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THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHOBITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 3 
iRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS, LECTURES, MOTION PICTURES 



INCLUDING 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1946 
NEW SERIES, VOLUME 19 



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PREFACE 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. This section of the Catalog contains the com- 
pleted registrations in Class C (lectures, sermons, addresses prepared for oral delivery), Class D (dra- 
matic or dramatico-musical compositions) Class L (motion-picture photoplays) and Class M (motion pictures 
other than photoplays) for the calendar year 1946. 

Registrations in these classes are interfiled in a single alphabet. Entry is under author with cross refer- 
.encesirom titles and from joint authors, translators, editors, and copyright proprietors. In certain instances 
references are also made from the author and title of the original source^as in the case of dramatic works 
based upon a novel by another author. An exception to author entry is made in listing radio serials, which are 
given under title . Entries for motion pictures are under title with cross references from copyright proprie- 
tors and authors of source material, screenplays, etc. 

Renewal copyright registrations are listed in a separate alphabet at the end of the catalog. 
Copyright data is given in the following order: Copyright symbol "©," date of publication; date of re- 
ceipt of copies, or copy, (1 c. signifies deposit of one copy and 2 c, two copies), name and address of the 
Copyright proprietor, and the registration number. Dates are given in the order of month, day and year. 

In the case of every copyright entry listed in this Catalog, the deposit of copies (or copy) as required by 
Sees. 11 and 12 of the Copyright Act of March 4, 1909, as amended, (17 U. S. C. 11, 12) has been made. 
Section 56 of the Act of March 4, 1909 (17 U. S. C. 56) provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries "shall 
be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright regis- 
tration." „, . 

The cost of Part 1, Group 3, shown below is payable in advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Wash- 
ington 25, D. C, by postal money order, express order, or New York draft. The prices of the several parts 
of the Catalog of Copyright Entries for 1946 are as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper — — — — ., . -— $3.00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Newspapers or Periodicals, 

and Maps 3.00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions, Lectures and Motion Pictures 3.00 

Part 2, Periodicals 3.00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions complete 6.00 

Separately: Group 1, Unpublished Music 3.00 

Group 2, Published Music 3.00 

Group 3, Renewals 1.00 

Title Index to Groups 1 and 2 2.00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 3.00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10.00 



CLASS D 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS, LECTURES 



THE ABC's of servicing Frigidaire electric 
ranges. See Jam Handy organization, inc. 

THE A-BOMB at the bridge table. -See Jacob, 
Charles R. 

A l'approche du soir du monde. See Frachat, 
Fabien. 

A L'ENFANT POETE. Noel a la roulotte. 
See Serreau, Genevieve. 

ABE LINCOLN'S answer. See Sachs, John 
H. Remembered day. 

ABEKEN, RODOWE H. 

Mecca, a fantasy of the Arabian nights. 
© lc 7-15-46 ; Rodowe H. Abeken, St. 
Louis ; D unp. 4841. 

Memories of Galilee, a passion play in 10 
episodes, music, drama. Text only. © lc 
5-8-46 ; Rodowe H. Abeken, St. Louis ; D 
unp. 2935. 

ABERCROMBIE, HUGH. See Anderson, 
Hugh Abercrombie. 

ABILITY unlimited. See Von Hesse, Elisa- 
beth. Help yourself. 

ABRAHAM, PAUL. Elyana. Carpathian 
melody. A musical in two acts ; book and 
lyrics by Alfred Gruenwald and William J. 
Blake ; based upon a story by Alfred H. 
Hurst and William J. Blake ; music by Paul 
Abraham. © lc 2-4-46 ; Edward B. Marks 
music corp.. New York ; D unp. 1024. 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN. See Boshco, Elinor 
Gene. 

ABRAMS, TED EVANS. Oil wells in Wales. 
See Szemere, Paul Peter. 

ABRAMSON, GEORGE. Fighter, pirates in- 
corporated, a radio drama by George Abram- 
son and Lillian Herz. © lc 3-5-46 ; George 
Abramson and Lillian Herz, Mt. Vernon, N. 
Y. ; D unp. 2396. 

ABSCHIED von Wien. See Alberich, John. 

ABSOLUTION, source title. See Eagan, Al- 
berta Stedman. The sweetened cup. 

THE ACADEMY of the air! See Klausner, 
Herman W. 

ACADEMY award. See Pollack, Janice. 

ACCENT on genius. See Lucas, Marjorie M. 

ACCENT ON MUSIC. See Hackett, Rita. 

AN ACCIDENT for the Cisco Kid. See The 
Cisco Kid. No. 68A. 

ACCIDENTAL romance. See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 

ACCIDENTS' will happen. See The Green 
Hornet. No. 758. 

ACCOLA, HARVEY O. Shake hands with the 
devil, a play in two scenes by Harvey Ac- 
cola and Ted Rockwood. © lc 5-31-46 ; 
Harvey O. Accola and Theodore Rockwood, 
Naperville, 111. ; D unp. 3351. 

AN ACCOUNT for the Cisco Kid. See The 
Cisco Kid. No. 96A. 

ACCOUNT rendered. See Gaver, Claude H. 

THE ACCURSED well, source title. See 
Hoffman, Marie Lundi Gilbert. Son of the 
well. 

ACE-DRAMA GUILD. The children of the 
parsonage. See Mack, Robert. 

THE ACE of death. See Murder at midnight. 
No. 17. 

ACETO, MICHAEL THOMAS. The all 
American football sports quizz. Radio pro- 
gram prepared and produced by Chris St. 
James [pseud.] © lc 12-6-46; Michael 
Thomas Aceto, Brooklyn ; D unp. 6448. 



ACHARD, MARCEL. Theatre de Marcel 
Achard. [t. 2] Voulezvous jouer avec moa ; 
Jean de la lune ; Colinette. [Paris] Galli- 
mard [1943] 229 p. 19 cm. 

© 5-30-43 ; lc 10-30-45 ; Librairie Galli- 
mard, Paris ; D pub. 649. 

ACHARD, PAUL. La Celestine. See Rojas, 
Fernando de. 

ACHILLES heel. See Carre\ Raymond F. 

L'ACQUAIOLA Napulitana. See Ciaramella, 
Roberto. 

ACROSS my waters. See DiBenedetto, Anni- 
bale. 

ACT of darkness. See Gabrielson, Frank. 

ACTON, WALLACE. War in ourselves. See 
Bartling, Marie Falls. 

AD LIB playhouse. See Friedman, Joseph J. 

ADAIR, TOM. Dearest inheritance. See Ellis, 
Raymond. 

ADAM, ALFRED. 

La fugue de Caroline, piece en deux actes. 
1945, 

(In Les Oeuvres libres. Nouv. ser., no. 7 
(233) Paris, Fayard, 1945. 19 cm. p. 
[235]-319) 

© 12-30-45 ; lc 5-8-46 ; Alfred Adam, 
Paris ; D pub. 4156. 

ADAM and Eve. See Chamberlin, Norwood. 
Rainbow productions, inc. 

ADAM and Eve evolute. See Truax, Harry A. 

ADAM had it easy. See Simonson, Theodore 
Wilmer. 

ADAMS, MERT. Let me love you, a three act 
modern musicale of romance, comedy and 
mystery ; book and lyrics by Joseph A. Con- 
way ; music by Mert Adams. © lc 12-6-45 ; 
Joseph A. Conway, Hull, Mass. ; D unp. 
1021. 

ADAMS, RICHARD. When witches ride, a 
mystery comedy in three acts. Pasadena, 
Calif., Stage door play co., c 1946. 95 p. 
diagr. 19 cm. © 9-1-46 ; 2c 11-6-46 ; 
Stage door play co. (Valdemar Karl San- 
deen, mgr.) Pasadena, Calif. ; D pub. 6004. 

ADAMSON, EDWARD. Paul Revere — handy- 
man of liberty. See Exploring the un- 
known, Apr. 21, 1946. 

ADD 'em and weep. See Crutchfield, Les M. 

ADDER'S eggs. See Bowker, Betrenia Watt. 

ADDITIONS to the family. See Jam Handy 
organization, inc. 

ADELMAN, CHARLES S. Lest we forget, a 
play in three acts. © lc. 3-1-46 ; Charles S. 
Adelman, Chicago ; D unp. 921. 

ADELMANN, JACQUELINE. Cinderella. 
Summary of a book of a musical operetta, 
in a prologue, an epilogue and two acts 
complete with lyrics, by Jacqueline and 
Milton Adelmann. Text only. © lc 4-14- 
46 ; Milton and Jacqueline Adelmann, 
Brooklyn, D unp. 3614. 

ADELMANN, MILTON. Cinderella. See 
Adelmann, Jacqueline. 

ADELSON. JOSEPH. Beauty and the beast. 
See Alpert, Burt. 

ADIRONDACK Annie. See Buell, Irwin A. 

ADKINS, ROBERT F. 

No night so long, a play in three acts. 
© lc 6-26-46 ; Robert F. Adkins, Raleigh, 
N. C. ; D unp. 3762. 

Patio, a play in three acts. © lc 
2-13-46 ; Robert F. Adkins, Raleigh, N. C. ; 
D unp. 725. Revised version of Point 
Chartres, 5-22-36 ; D unp. 42818. 



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ADLER, CURTIS. 

How to choose babies' names. Address. 

© lc 12-19-46 ; Curtis Adler, Brooklyn ; 

C 989. 

What does your name mean? Lecture. 

© lc 6-17-46 ; Curtis Adler Brooklyn ; 

C 489. 
ADLER, PAUL F. 

Kilroy was here. Radio program no. 1 

by Paul F. Adler and Henry Slesar. © lc 

8-28-46 ; Paul F. Adler, New York ; D unp. 

4730. 

Starling of the White House. See Men- 
kin, Lawrence. 
ADMINISTRATIVE attitudes. See Beecher, 

Willard Edgar. 
THE ADMIRAL had a wife. See Barrington, 

Lowell. 
ADOLESCENT delinquent. See Gregory, 

Ethel Harris. 
THE ADORABLE slave, dee Reid, Robert 

Ingram. 
ADRIAN, HENRY. Please marry me, farce 

comedy in three acts. © lc 1-19-46 ; 

Henry Adrian, New York, D unp. 246. 
ADRIAN saved. See Ireland, Sumner. 
ADRIFT on life's sea. See Weed, Dunstan. 

A fate worse than death. 
ADVANCED course. See Holmes, Marguerite. 
ADVANTAGE to a local bank of belonging to 

the Federal reserve system. See Keeping 

up with the Wigglesworths. No. 67. 
ADVENTURE. See Oboler, Arch. 
ADVENTURE at Eagle Pass. See The Lone 

Ranger. No. 2070-1295. 
ADVENTURE in music. See Stanton, Louis. 
ADVENTURE in tutoring. See Dr. Christian. 

No. 405. 
ADVENTURE north. See Piatt, Helen. 
ADVENTURE time with Dick Allen. See 

Hackett, Rita. 
ADVENTURES in shopping. See Hochgraf, 

Robert I. 
ADVENTURES in Storyland. See House, L. 

Margueritte. Professor Owl. 
THE ADVENTURES of Brownie. See Freels, 

Marjorie Ruth. 
ADVENTURES of Buzzy Bear and Peggy 

Penguin. See Marvin, Julie. 
ADVENTURES OF FRANK MERRIWELL. 

(Radio program) Scripts in this series 

are by Ruth and Gilbert Braun. © Harvan 

Barr Patten, Vista, Calif. 

1. © lc 10-15-46 : D unp. 6299. 

4. Broadcast Oct. 26, 1946. © lc 10-15- 

46 ; D unp. 6300. 
THE ADVENTURES of Kilroy. See Pike, 

Tflinps Alhprt* 
THE ADVENTURES of Nip and Tuck. See 

Hill, Gene Renouf. 
THE ADVENTURES of Patsy and Phil. See 

Young and Shubert, inc. 
THE ADVENTURES of Private Hargrove. 

See Freeman, Charles K. 
THE ADVENTURES of Tinkle Toes. See 

Nevard, Ruth. 
THE ADVENTURES of Tom Sawyer. See 

Chorpenning. Charlotte Barrows. 
ADVENTURES of Tom Thumb. See Cott, 

Ted. 
THE ADVENTUROUS road. See Moffat. 

William Graham. 
ADVERTISING. See Keeping up with the 

Wigglesworths. No. 36. 
ADVICE on starting a new business. See 

Keeping up with the Wigglesworths. No. 71. 
ADVOCATING a national program of educa- 
tional mental hygiene. See Niles, Ruth 

Cecile. 
AFFAIRS of Anne. See Bickerton, Phoebe 

Hoffman. 
AFFORD, MAX. Lady in danger, a comedy 

thriller in three acts by Max Afford and 

Alexander Kirkland. New York, French ; 
[etc.] c 1946. 89 p. diagrs. 18 cm. 
(French's acting edition) ©2-19-46; 2c 



6-23-46 ; Alexander Kirkland and Max Af- 
ford, New York ; D pub. 3715. Prev. reg. 
5-20-43, D unp. 85016 ; 5-17-45, D unp. 
93541. 

AFRICAN angle. See Peach, Lawrence du 
Garde. 

AFTER all. See Parris, Campbell James. 

AGE before beauty. See Greendale, Alexan- 
der. 

AGE of miracles. See Regan, Sylvia. 

AGG, HOWARD. 

Heads in the sand, an island comedy for 
women, in one act. London, French [1946] 
24 p. 19 cm. (French's acting edition) 
© 5-4-46 ; lc 7-12-46 ; Samuel French, ltd., 
London ; D pub. 4048. 

Peacock for two. See Constanduros, 

1 Mabel. 

Shepherd's pie. See Constanduros, Mabel. 

AGNES ever virtuous. See Roelofson, Kath- 
arine Dickey. 

AGREDA, MARIA DE JESUS DE. See Maria 
de Jesus de Agreda, madre. 

AGRICULTURAL prosperity. See Keeping 
up with the Wigglesworths. No. 46. 

L'AGRIPPA. See Barsarg, Andre\ 

EL AGUILA de la libertad. See Gomez, 
Abelardo Luis. The eagle of liberty. 

AH men ! See Klenett, Frances. 

AH, Sabina, Sabina Gladglands. See McGee, 
James Vincent. 

AH, senorita. See Miller, Carolyn. 

AH ! The little angel ! See Grismaijer, 
Michael K. 

AH youth ! See Downton, William. 

A-HUNTING we will go. See Johnson, Marian 
Page. The game room. 

AIKEN, ALFRED. 

Malay, a musical play in two acts ; book 
and lyrics by Alfred Aiken. Text only. 
© lc 8-31-46 ; Alfred Aiken, New York ; 
D unp. 4771. 

You never know, a play in three acts. 
© lc 6-4-46 ; Alfred Aiken, New York ; 
D unp. 3396. 

AIMING at the stars. See Gray, Henry 
David. 

AIN'T dat uhshame. See Todd, James Lee. 

THE AIR we breathe. See Vocafilm corpora- 
tion. 

AKERSON, FLORENCE ANTONIA. A frost- 
winged eagle. '99 ; a play in three acts. 
© lc 5-27-46 ; Florence Antonia Akerson, 
New York ; D unp. 3328. 

AKLOM, MIKHAIL. The girl in the tube, 
a comedy in one act. London, S. French 
[19453 25 p. 18y 2 cm. (French's acting 
edition) © 12-31-45; lc 7-12-46; Samuel 
French, ltd., London ; D unp. 4044. 

THE AL Bernie show. See Price, Al Bernie. 

ALADDIN and his lamp, from Arabian nights. 
See Popular science publishing company, inc. 

ALADDIN and his wonderful lamp. See 
Colombo, Alberto. 

ALADDIN'S lamp. See Goldberg. Ronald H. 

ALAN Young show. See Vornholt, Roger 
William. 

ALASKAN bush pilot. See Feins, Bernard. 

ALBERICH, JOHN. Abschied von Wien, 
spiel in acht bildern. © lc 1-24-46 ; Hans 
Brunner, Chicago ; D unp. 380. 
» ALBERT Gates. See Brighouse, Harold. 

ALBERTSON, MABEL. Apple Blossom 
Drive-in, Radio program no. 1. © lc 8-27- 
46 : Lou Levy, New York ; D unp. 4710. 

ALBYN, GENEVIEVE NICETAS. 

Ganoni ; or, Hard to beat. Modern 
drama adapted to the motioh picture film 
play. © lc 9-20-46 ; Genevieve Nicetas 
Albyn, Brooklyn ; D unp. 5446. 

Private stock ; or, Liquid dynamite. A 
three act comedy of the re-conversion pe- 
riod. A revision of Tom and Jerry, The 
fast set, and Private stock. © lc 4-23-46 ; 
Genevieve N. Albyn, Brooklyn ; D unp. 2901. 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS, LECTURES 



v. 19, 1946 



ALCARESE, HELEN MARIE. 

Drums of Jivaro, by Helen Alcarese. 
Radio script. © lc 12-6-46 ; Helen Marie 
Alcarese, Baltimore ; D unp. 6433. 

The green iris. Recording script. © lc 
10-11-46 ; Helen Marie Alcarese, Balti- 
more ; D unp. 5251. 

Tomorrow comes, a radio play in one 
act. © lc 10-29-46 ; Helen Marie Al- 
carese, Baltimore ; D unp. 5702. 

THE ALCHEMIST, source title. -See Gottes- 
man, Frederick. The golden fleecing. 

ALDRIDGE, JAMES WILLIAM. The baron 
of Manhattan, a play itf one act. © lc 11- 
20-46 ; James William Aldridge, Detroit ; 
D unp. 6006. 

ALEMANY, BERNARDO CARLOS. Half- 
silk, a comedy in three acts. © lc 6-10- 
46 ; Bernardo Carlos Alemany, New York ; 
D unp. 3483. 

ALEX in Wonderland. -See Baxt, George 
Leonard. „. , '. 

ALEXANDER, ALTON. See Fighting sen- 
ator. _ , 

ALEXANDER, CHARLES, pseud. See Saad, 
Charles Khalil. 

ALEXANDER, F. See Miller, Frances Alex- 

ALEXANDER, HI. See The Hallmark Char- 
lotte Greenwood show. 

ALEXANDER, I. J., pseud. -See Borodulm, 
Alexander. „ 

ALGER, ESTHER MARION. Stone walls a 
plav in five scenes. © lc 11-1-46 ; Esther 
Marion Alger, Cleveland; D unp. 5(71. 

ALGER, HORATOR. Struggling upward. 
See Martens, Anne (Coulter). Horatio Al- 
ger's Struggling upward. 

ALI Baba and the forty thieves. -See Popular 
science publishing company, inc. 

ALIBI. -See Challenge of the Yukon. No. 
397. 

ALICE. See Pole, Frances. 

ALICE Adams. -See Trotter, Elizabeth. 

ALICE in Blunderland. -See Loving, Boyce. 

ALICE in Queenland. -See Follen, Josephine 
P. Laugh and learn. 

ALICE in Wonderland. -See Berger, Howard 
Merrill. Chorpenning, Charlotte Barrows. 
Laderhandel, Harry Zarjure. 

ALICE'S adventures in Wonderland, source 
title. -See Chorpenning, Charlotte Barrows. 
Alice in Wonderland. Pole, Frances. Alice. 

THE ALL-AMERICA antique automobile clas- 
sic. -See Todd, Mrs. John. 

THE ALL-AMERICAN amateur hour. -See 
Stein, Morris H. The chance of a lifetime. 

THE ALL-AMERICAN football sports quizz. 
-See Aceto, Michael Thomas. 

ALL-AMERICAN revue. -See Orvis, Frank. 

ALL because of a nose. -See Kaunitz, Julius. 

ALL blood is red. -See Davis, Owen. 

ALL God's children. -See Shatter, Otto. 

ALL good men are married. -See Metcalfe, 
Leigh. 

ALL it takes is genius. -See Horwich, David. 

A.LL of us. -See Moore, Baker. 

ALL on a Saturday morning. -See Barbee, 
Lindsey. 

ALL other dreams. -See Broughton, W. Fred. 

ALL set for Christmas. -See Fisher, Aileen. 

ALL the frailties. -See Dugan, Lawrence Jo- 
seph. 

ALL the live murmur. -See Schlapp, Julia. 

ALL this and baby too. -See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 

ALL to the good. -See Kramer, Searle. 

-ALL told. -See Truax, Ravaud Hawley. 

ALLAN, DOROTHY. The silver scarf. Bos- 
ton, Baker's plays ; [etc., 1946] 20 p. 19 
cm. (Baker's plays for amateurs) © 9-27- 
46 ; 2c 9-29-46 ; Walter H. Baker co., Bos- 
ton ; D pub. 5318. 



ALLARDICE, ALICE. 

Fair play. -See Allardice, James B. 
Try again. -See Allardice, James B. 

ALLARDICE, James B. 

Fair play, a comedy in one act. © lc 
6-11-46 ; James B. Allardice and Alice 
Allardice, Canton, O. ; D unp. 3515. 

Try again, a play in one act. © lc 8-17— 
46 ; James B. Allardice and Alice Allardice, 
Lakewood, O. ; D unp. 4595. 

ALLEN, ARIA. 

Angel in disguise, a play in three acts. © 
lc 2-1-46 ; Arlene Miller, Hollywood ; D 
unp. 495. 

Off the record, a two-act comedy for a 
musical. Text only. © lc 8-29-46 ; Arlene 
Miller, Hollywood ; D unp. 4738. 

ALLEN, BARBARA. Navy blue, a new mu- 
sical in three acts. © lc 6-27-46 ; Barbara 
Allen, Arlington, Mass. ; D unp. 1068. 

ALLEN, DAYTON. Ulcers can be annoying. 
Monologue. © lc 9-4-46 ; Dayton Allen, 
Mt. Vernon, N. Y. ; D unp. 4945. 

ALLEN, DEANE S. Let's play Pokerphone, 
the telephone-radio game. Audition script. 
© lc 4-28-46 ; Dean S. Allen, Chicago ; 
C 399. 

ALLEN," DICK, Pseud. -See Gosta, Jan Marcel. 

ALLEN, FRANCES. Together we play, a 
brotherhood program for children. © lc 
4-7-46, Frances Allen, Atlantic City ; D 
unp. 2511. 

ALLEN, KAY. The sun in a sack, a play in 
five acts about the atomic bomb and other 
desiderata stuffed in sack. © lc 12-17- 
46 ; Minna Kallen, New York ; D unp. 6599. 

ALLEN, LOIS. -See Allen, Sarah Lois. 

ALLEN, MARION. -See Free, Marion Allen. 

ALLEN ROBERT E. High pressure packing 
developments, a paper given at the Confer- 
ence on hydraulic machinery, Oct. 23, 1946. 
© lc 12-13-46 ; Robert E. Allen, Wilmette, 
111. ; C 972. 

ALLEN, SARAH LOIS. Let me say I'm sorry, 
a play in three acts by Lois Allen. © lc 12- 
18-46 ; Sarah Lois Allen, Charlotte, N. C. : 
D unp. 6570. 

ALLENSWORTH, CARL. Court your bless- 
ings, a play in three acts. © lc 9-3-46 ; 
Carl Allensworth, Forest Hills, N. Y. ; D 
unp. 4795. 

ALLIED RECORDING COMPANY. 

The building of the ark. -See Taylor, 
Norman Ross. 

Slaughter of the innocents. -See Morgan, 
Troy Lee. 

A story of Christmas. -See Morgan, Troy 

The world begins. -See Morgan, Troy Lee. 

THE ALLISON scandal. See Breed, Edgar 
R. 

ALLVINE, GLENDON. My seal and my girl, 
a play in three acts, based on a French novel, 
Mon phoque et elle, by Charles de Richter. 
© lc 3-16-46 ; Glendon Allvine, Long Beach, 
N. Y. ; D unp. 2550. 

ALLYSON, ELEKTRA. Spring song, a mu- 
sical mystery fantasy in two acts, based 
on the lives of Felix and Fanny Mendels- 
sohn Bartholdy ; books, dialogue, musical 
adaptations and lyrics by Elektra Allyson. 
Text only. © lc 11-21-46; Elektra Ally- 
son., Rosedale, N. Y. : D unp. 6043. 

ALONG came Charlie. -See Hale, Nathan. 

ALONG came Harriet. -See Rose, Le Roma. 

ALONZO the Great. -See Berg Morton. 

ALPERT, BURT. Beauty and the beast, a 
comedy in two acts by Burt Alpert, Monroe 
Chasson and Joseph Adelson. © lc 10- 
15-46 ; Burt Alpert, New York ; D unp. 
5402. 

ALPERT, PAULINE. Pauline. Pauline's 
piano puzzler. Radio script. © lc 9-1-46 ; 
Pauline Alpert, New York ; D unp. 4767. 



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ALPHABET fun from A to Z. See Wicker, 

ALSCHULER, NORMAN WARREN. See you 
in church, a comedy in two acts. © lc 
3-11-46 ; Norman Warren Alschuler, Los 
Angeles ; D unp. 2404. 

ALTHOFF, MARY E. Their story runneth 
thus, a drama in two parts. © lc 9-8-46 ; 
Mary E. Althoff, Dayton, O. ; D unp. 5089. 

ALTMAN, JESS H. The son-in-law. See 
Barnett, Paul. 

ALTMAN, WILLIAM MARKHAM. Pheiffer 
and fission, a farce-comedy in three acts 
by Bill Markham. © lc 11-7-46 ; William 
Markham Altman, Kew Gardens, N. Y., D 
unp. 5855. 

ALUMINUM. See Wilding picture produc- 
tions, inc. 

ALVIRA from Anzio. See Del Onofrio, Nicola. 

ALWAYS a bridegroom. See Keating, Law- 
rence A. Our dear husband. 

ALYSIA Clark's fashion cast. See Clark, 
Alysia. 

THE AMAZING Mrs. Holliday. See Lux radio 
theatre, Mar. 4, 1946. 

AN AMAZING woman. See Coxe, Daniel M. 

AMAZON throne, source title. See Harding, 
Bertita. Carioca purple. 

AMBASSADOR with a guitar. See Lyon, Don 
W. 

AN AMBUSH for the Cisco Kid. See The 
Cisco Kid. No. 47A. 

AMERICA, here we come ! See Collins, Fred- 
erick L. 

AMERICA — one market. See Keeping up with 
the Wigglesworths. No. 27. 

AMERICA our father's land. See Quinto, 
Eleanor Marie Bear. The urge. 

AMERICAN ENTERPRISE ASSOCIATION. 
Better tools for Congress. See Jam Handy 
organization, inc. 

AMERICAN FILMS CORPORATION. Two 
loves have I, the story of Frederic Reming- 
ton. Screen play by Dale Van Every, em- 
ployee for hire. © lc 9-27-46 ; American 
films corp., Los Angeles ; D unp. 5618. 

AMERICAN GAS ASSOCIATION. See Trade- 
Ways, inc., for the titles listed below : 
It gets easier, when you learn how. 
Know when to talk turkey. 
Planned demonstrations make sales. 
Take the straight road to sales. 
Vote of confidence. 
Walk-ins are self-selected prospects. 

AMERICAN handicap. See King, Billy. 

AMERICAN music enters the classroom. See 
Graffy, Marguerite. 

THE AMERICAN promise. See Wilding pic- 
ture productions, inc. 

THE AMERICAN scout 'Hawkeye', Chingach- 
gook and Uncas in a narrative of 1757. See 
Barrows, George Edward. 

AMERICAN THEATRE wing war service, 
inc. Meet Harry. See Klee, Lawrence M. 

AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY. See 
Your hit parade. 

AMERICAN town. See Vendetti, Chester 
Peter. 

THE AMERICAN way. See Sterne, Martin. 

AMERICANA. See Downey, Joseph Augus- 
tine. 

AMERICANA, inc. See Moore, Thomas F. 

AMERICANISM in the public, or private 
school. See Dodd, Jeannette Roat Betts. 

AMERICANS sing for their independence. 
See Sharpe, Pauline. 

AMERICANS sing to free their brothers. See 
Sharpe, Pauline. 

AMERICANS to remember. See Rennert, 
Aaron Ephraim. Paul Revere. 

AMERICA'S communist conspiracy. See 
Josephson, Emanuel M. 

AMERICA'S immortal song. See Older, Cora. 



AMERICA'S new international credit posi- 
tion. See Keeping up with the Wiggles- 
worths. No. 42. 

AMERICA'S public debt. See Keeping up 
with the Wigglesworths. No. 25. 

AMERICA'S weight in the world's economy. 
See Keeping up with the Wigglesworths. 
No. 58. 

UN AMI viendra ce soir. See Kompaneizeff, 
Jacques. 

AMIEL, DENYS. 

Le manoir de Gers, piece en quatre actes. 
© lc 10-30-45 ; Denys Amiel, Paris ; D unp. 

Mensonge, piece en trois actes. © lc 
10-30-45 ; Denys Amiel, Paris ; D unp. 632. 
AMODEO, MIRINDA C. Rehabilitation 
clinic. Lecture. © lc 11-15-45 ; Mirinda C. 
Amodeo, East Boston, Mass. ; C 158. 
AMONG friends. See Judson, Lester E. 
THE AMOS 'N ANDY SHOW. (Radio pro- 
gram) Scripts in this series are by Charles 
J. Correll and Freeman F. Gosden. © 
Charles J. Correll and Freeman F. Gosden, 
Beverly Hills, Calif. 
Volume 3. 

1-5. Broadcast Oct. 2-Oct. 30-1945. 
© lc each 2-3-46 ; D unp. 548-552. 

10-13. Broadcast Dec. 4-25, 1945. 
© lc each 1-14-46 ; D unp. 188-191. 

14-18. Broadcast Jan. 1-29, 1946. 

© lc each 2-19-46 ; D unp. 755-759. 

19-22. Broadcast Feb. 5-26, 1946. 

© lc each 4^-46 ; D unp. 2492-2495. 

23-26. Broadcast Mar. 5-26, 1946. 

© lc each 4-19-46 ; D unp. 2712-2715. 

27. Broadcast Apr. 2, 1946. © lc 

6-26-46; D unp. 3756. 

28-30. Broadcast Apr. 9-23, 1946. 
© lc each 6-26-46 ; D unp. 3749-3751. 
31. Broadcast Apr. 30, 1946. © lc 
7-12-46 ; D unp. 4058. 

32-35. Broadcast May 7-28, 1946. 
© lc each 6-26-46 ; D unp. 3752-3755. 
Volume 4. 

1. Broadcast Oct. 1, 1946. © lc 
10-14-46 ; D unp. 5438. 

2. Broadcast Oct. 8, 1946. © lc 
10-14-46 ; D unp. 5396. 

3. Broadcast Oct. 15, 1946. © lc 
10-21-46 ; D unp. 5545. 

4. Broadcast Oct. 22, 1946 ; © lc 
10-28-46 ; D unp. 5679. 

5. Broadcast Oct. 29, 1946, © lc 
11-5-46 ; D unp. 5828. 

6. Broadcast Nov. 5, 1946. © lc 
11-11-46 ;. D unp. 5905. 

7. Broadcast Nov. 12, 1946. © lc 
11-18-46 ; D unp. 5986. 

8. Broadcast Nov. 19, 1946. © lc 
11-25-46 ; D unp. 6216. 

11. Broadcast Dec. 10, 1946. © lc 
12-16-46 ; D unp. 6557. 

12. Broadcast Dec. 17, 1946. © 
12-24-46 ; D unp. 6667. 

THE AMPS creed. See Kelly, Howard 
Joseph. 

AMY Thomas. See Harker, James Wiley. 

AMYITIS plans Elona's death. See General 
mills, inc. 

AND all the milky way. See Hall, Eugene J. 
Hulett. 

AND all the world's. See Spewack, Bella. 

AND he hid himself. See Silone, Ignazio. 

AND here is Lana. See Orefice, Frank Ed- 
ward. 

AND life goes on. See Milstead, Wallace L. 

AND lo, the Star. See Roberts, Helen M. 

AND now the children. See Goodman, Vera. 

AND precisely so. See Jam Handy organ- 
ization, inc. 

AND say, amen. See Walsh, Frederick 
George. 

AND so can you. See Meyer, Hans Bruno. 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS, LECTURES 



v. 19, 1946 



And then there was one ! See Jam Handy- 
organization, inc. Selecting salesmen. 

AND where she stops. See Hillery, Thomas 
Joseph. 

AND you too, source title. See Ryan, Sandra 
Maria. Out of the enchanted past. 

ANDE, George. Hollywood handout. Radio 
program no. 5, by George Ande Jack Sweiger. 
© lc 4-29-46 ; George Ande, Oklahoma 
City ; C 398. 

ANDERSEN, Hans. The nightingale, source 
title. See Evans, Alfred. Once upon a 
time. 

ANDERSON, AXEL WILHELM. 

The sheerline, a play in three acts. © lc 
11-25-46 ; Axel Wilhelm Anderson, Esparto, 
Calif. ; new matter : revised and enlarged ; 
D unp. 6233. Prev. reg. 5-31-38 ; D unp. 
57277. 

ANDERSON, EDWIN. 

The house of Lucifer, a play in three acts. 
© lc 12-13—46 ; Edwin Anderson, Long 
Island City, N. Y. ; D unp. 6540. 

The sword of Damascus, a historical- 
dramatic play in three acts. © lc 10-2—46 ; 
Edwin Anderson, Long Island City, N. Y. ; 
D unp. 5192. 

Wheel o' fortune, a play in three acts. 
© lc 7-28-46 ; Edwin Anderson, Long 
Island City, N. Y. ; D unp. 4313. 

ANDERSON, HAROLD L. With open arms. 
See Nolan, Stephen. 

ANDERSON, HUGH ABERCROMBIE. 

Auld lang syne, a musical romance of 
Robert Burns in two acts, by Hugh Aber- 
crombie. Text only. © lc 10-8-46 ; Hugh 
Abercrombie Anderson, New York.; new 
matter : revisions and additions ; D unp. 
5231. Prev. reg. Flow gently, sweet Afton, 
2-12-46 ; D unp. 666. 

Flow gently, sweet Afton ; the musical 
life of Robert Burns. A play in two acts by 
Hugh Abercrombie. © lc 2-12-46 ; Hugh 
Abercrombie Anderson, New York ; D unp. 
666. 

ANDERSON, MAXWELL. Winterset ; play in 
three acts. [New York] Dramatists play 
service [1946] 90 p. 19 cm. © 1-7-46 ; 
2c 1—11—46 ; Anderson house, Washington ; 
new matter : revisions ; D pub. 176. Prev. 
reg. 11-7-35 ; D 38815. 

ANDERSON HOUSE. Winterset. See An- 
derson. Maxwell. 

ANDREEV, LEONID. Misle. source title. See 
Roth, Karl Heinz. The thought. 

ANDREW, PAUL, pseud. See Waldmann, 
Paul Andrew. 

ANDREWS, MRS. WILSON HOPE. Chal- 
lenge. An interpretation of Beethoven's 
Fifth symphony ; choreography by Audrey 
King, words by Mrs. Hope Andrews. © lc 
6-7—46 ; Mrs. Wilson Hope Andrews, Ches- 
tertown, Md. ; D unp. 3455. 

ANDROMEDAS, NICHOLAS J. The sacred 
flame ; or, Keepers of the flame ; or, The 
eternal song. A drama in two acts. © lc 
6—11-46 ; Nicholas J. Andromedas, Jersey 
City ; D unp. 3726. 

ANGEL in disguise. See Allen, Aria. 

THE ANGEL of Red Canyon. See Price, Le- 
land. 

EL ANGEL que se nego a cantar. See Velaz- 
quez, Luis Pastor. 

ANGEL with two faces. See Haggart, John 
Daniel. 

ANGELA'S surprise. See Humphrey, Esther 
M. 

ANGEL'S flight. See Dr. Christian. No. 403. 

ANGELSON, CHRISTY ANDREW. Zeramba, 
a light opera in three acts. Latin-American 
musical. Text and music on separate leaves. 
© lc text 2-17-46; lc music 4-15^6; 
Angelson international American musical 
productions, Sacramento, Calif. ; D unp. 
1033. 



ANGELSON INTERNATIONAL AMERICAN 
MUSICAL PRODUCTIONS. Zeramba. See 
Angelson, Christy Andrew. 

ANGRY ranger. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2132—1357 

THE ANIMAL cracker fair. See Colombo, 
Alberto. 

THE ANIMAL fair. See Katzentine, A. Frank. 

ANIMAL S"hangri-la. See Pacheco, Justin M. 

ANN and Betty. See Joyce, Elizabeth. 

ANNABELLA and I. See Dr. Christian. No. 
407. 

ANNE et le dragon. See Caillava, Raymond. 

ANNENKOV, GEORGES. 

Les dieux au village. See Tesseyre, 
Gaston. 

Facheuse aventure, piece en huit tableaux 
d'apres Th. M. Dostoievsky ; adaptation 
frangaise de Robert Dol [pseud.] Etudes 
de maquillage de G. Annenkoff. Paris, Edi- 
tions des quatre-vents, 1946. 131 p. inch 
front., plates. 19 cm. (Collection Arle- 
quin) Author's pseudonym, B. Temiriaseff, 
at head of title. © 3-1-46 ; lc 5-8-46 ; 
Editions des quatre-vents, Paris ; D pub. 
4157. 

ANNIE Jones. See Challenge of the Yukon. 
No. 434. 

ANNO Domini. See Schillinger, Eugene. 

ANNOUNCER'S continuity, California fruit 
growers. See Foote, Cone and Belding, inc. 
California fruit growers' announcement con- 
tinuity. 

ANOTHER part of the forest. See Hellman, 
Lillian. 

ANOTHER time. See Levin, Beatrice Sarah. 

ANOUILH JEAN. 

Antigone, adapted by Lewis Galantiere 
from the play by Jean Anouilh. New York, 
Random House [1946] © 5-27-46; 2c 
6-16-46 ; Random house, inc., New York ; 
D pub. 3879. 

Le bal des voleurs, par Jean Anouilh ; 
com6die-ballet. Grenoble, Editions fran- 
caises nouvelles, cl945. 80 p. front., illus. 
21 cm. (Le theatre contemporian) © 12- 
31-45 ; lc 8-9-46 ; Editions Bordas, Paris ; 
D pub. 6409. 

Eurydice, a play in four acts by Jean 
Anouilh, translated from the French by John 
Boruff. © lc 10-12-46 ; John Perry Boruff, 
jr., Mt. Kisco, N. Y. ; D unp. 5335. 

ANSERITE. See Cox, Alphonsus P. 

ANSPACH, MARCEL. 

Ariel, a short play for tender souls. © lc 
2-25-46 ; Marcel Anspach, New York ; D 
unp. 863. 

As dumb as a fox ... a one act play. 
© lc 9-26-46 ; Marcel Anspach, Westhamp- 
ton Beach, N. Y. ; D unp. 5103. 

The polygamist lark, a play in five acts. 
Attached : Paradise, one act play, copy- 
righted June 14, 1945, D unp. 93862. © lc 
11-14-45 ; Marcel Anspach, New York : D 
unp. 24. 

Prologue, a one-act play. © lc 9-26-46 ; 
Marcel Anspach, Westhampton Beach, N. Y. ; 
D unp. 5104. 
THE ANSWER. See Smith, Willard S. 
THE ANT hill. See Irving, Franklin. 
ANTHOLOGIE du theatre Frangais contem- 

porain. See Pillement, Georges. 
ANTHONY, JOSEPH. 

Return at night, a melodrama in three 
acts. © lc 3-21-46 ; Joseph Anthony, New 
York; D unp. 2174. 

Some of the sky, a play in three acts. © 
9-3-46 ; Joseph Anthony, New York ; D unp. 
4798. 

ANTHONY, PRINCE, pseud. See Pope, An- 
thony. 

ANTIGONE. See Anouilh, Jean. 

ANTIOCHUS, the coward. See Plotkin, 
Ceclia. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. i, n. s. 



ANTON, NINA. Silk purse, a play in three 
acts by Nina Anton and John Lloyd. © lc 
3-12-46 ; Nina Anton, New York, and John 
Lloyd, Los Angeles ; D unp. 2163. 

APARTMENT X. See Lengyel, Melchior. 

THE APE song. See Murder at midnight. 
No. 29. 

APPALACHIAN broadcasting corporation. 
The adventures of Brownie. See Freels, 
Marjorie Ruth. 

APPEL, NATHAN M. Insurance widow, a 
comedy-drama in three acts by David Sonn 
[pseud.] © lc 1-27-46; Nathan M. Appel, 
New York ; D unp. 425. 

APPELL, DON. Two cents plain, a play in 
three acts. © lc 10-28-46 ; Don Appell, 
Brooklyn ; D unp. 5680. 

THE APPLE barrel. See Perenyi, Eleanor. 

APPLE Blossom Drive-in. See Albertson, 
Mabel. 

APPLE of his eye. See Nicholson, Kenyon. 

APPLEBAUM, ELI. Going home, a comedy 
in three acts. © lc 2-17-46 ; Eli Apple- 
baum, New York, D unp. 766. 

APPLETON, CHARLES LEONARD. Beloved 
bigamist, a comedy in two acts by Charles 
Leonard [pseud.] © lc 7-10-46; Charles 
Leonard Appleton, Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 
D unp. 4139. 

APPOINTMENT. See Murder at midnight. 

No - 46 - cr. , 

APPOINTMENT for murder. See Sherak, 

Bernard. „ 

APSTEIN, THEODORE. My neighbor Con- 

chita, a play in three acts. © lc 10-12- 

46 ; Theodore Apstein, New York ; D unp. 

5342 - „ • , T T 

THE ARABIAN knight. See Spiegel, J. J. 

ARASON. STEINGUMUR. Smoky bay. See 
Piatt, Helen. 

ARCHER, SYLVIA. General Sir Hector Mac- 
Donald. See Fowler, Jack Beresford. 

ARCHON and Demos. See Furber, Henry 
Jewett. „ , , _ , 

ARCTIC chase. See Challenge of the Yukon. 
No. 393. a . 

ARDIN, LEON. Beethoven, a drama in five 
acts. © lc 3-19-46; Associated produc- 
tions, New York ; D unp. 2173. 

ARE you an inventor? See Michnoff, David 
Nathan. 

ARENT, ARTHUR. I guess it's here to stay ! 
A radio play. (Cavalcade of America, June 
3, 1946) © lc 9-25-46; E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & co., Wilmington, Del. ; D unp. 
5043. . _, . ,. 

ARGUMENT. See Jam Handy organization, 

inc. 
ARIEL. See Anspach, Marcel. 
ARIEL, ALEX, pseud. -See Malhs, Alexander 

ARIOCH and Elona. See General Mills, inc. 
ARISTA Spear. See Coutts, Alan. 
ARISTOPHANES, Lysistrata, source title. 

See , . . , , 

Cory, George C, jr. The right to love. 
Gundlach, Robert. The Lysistrata. 
ARLINGTON, CHARLES. How would you 

do it? -See Nye, Alden S. 
L'ARMADIETTO cinese. -See Benedetti, 

Aldo de. 
ARMITAGE, WALTER. The ruptured duck, 

a comedy in three acts. © lc 4—24—46 ; 

Walter Armitage, New York ; D unp. 2803. 
ARMS, ANTHONY THOMAS. 

The eternal glow, a fantastic farce in 

three acts. © lc 6-14-46 ; Anthony Thomas 

Arms, Lemoyne, Pa. ; D unp. 3604. 

Nightmare, a play in three acts. © lc 

8—13-46 ; Anthony Thomas Arms, Lemoyne, 

Pa. ; D unp. 4511. 
ARMS for the Cisco Kid. -See The Cisco Kid. 

No. 55A. 
THE ARMY way. -See Auerbach, Arnold M. 
ARMY with banners. See Gray, Reland. 



Encyclopedaedia 



ARNAUD, BONNEVIERE. 

It might have been you, a farce comedy 
in three act. San Francisco, Banner play 
bureau. c 1946. 79 p. 20 cm. © 10-1-46 ; 
11-3-46 ; Banner play bureau, inc., San 
Francisco ; D unp. 5767. 

Springtime for Johnny, a comedy in three 
acts. San Francisco, Banner play bureau, 
c 1946. 73 p. 20 cm. © 10-1-46 ; 2c 
11-3-46 ; Banner play bureau, inc., San 
Francisco ; D unp. 5766. 
ARNSPIGER, V. C. -See 
britanniac films, inc. 

Children of China. 

Children of Holland. 

Children of Switzerland. 

Colonial children. 

Eskimo children. 

The far western states. 

French-Canadian children. 

Mexican children. 

The middle states. 

Navajo children. 

The northeastern states. 

The northwestern states. 

The southeastern states. 

The southwestern states. 
ARONIN, BEN. My vineyard, a dramalogue 
in five scenes,- based on the life of Henrietta 
Szold. © lc 4-3-46, Muriel Wolfson, 
Chicago ; D unp. 2332. 
AROUND Manhattan island. -See La Hines, 
Viola L. 

AROUND the dawn. -See Arvold, Alfred 
Mason. 

AROUND the world in 80 days. See Porter. 

Cole. 
AROUND the world with A & P. See Wilding 

picture productions, inc. 
AN ARREST for the Cisco Kid. -See The 

Cisco Kid. No. 80A. 
ART and Prudence. -See Kerr, Walter 

Stardust. 
ARTHUR, DOROTHY. See Hood-Daniel, 

Dorothy Arthur. 
ARTHUR, ERIC. -See The Shadow. 
ARTHUR, TIMOTHY SHAY. Ten nights in 

a bar-room. See Tiller, Ted 
ARTHUR WILLIS. Poker quiz— it's in the 

cards, a new and original novelty radio 

program. © lc 5-6-46; Willis Arthur, 

Chicago ; C 410. 
ARTISTS GUILD PRODUCTIONS. Oliver' 

Twist. -See Mathias, Phillip. 
ARTIST'S sketch book. See Brown, Dave 
ARVOLD, Alfred Mason. Around the dawn, 

a play in three parts by Mason Arvold. 

© lc 9-13-46; Alfred Mason Arvold, New 

York ; D unp. 4899. Prev. reg. 12-17-42 

D unp. 82784 and 5-25-43, D unp. 84434. ' 
ARVOLD, MASON. -See Arvold, Alfred Mason. 
AS a driven leaf. See The eternal light. No. 

AS dumb as a fox. See Anspach, Marcel. 

AS is, is not. -See Firestone, Murray. 

AS lambs to the slaughter. -See Raynor, 

Elizabeth F. 
AS mortal man. See Guenther, Hoddes J. 
AS one woman to another. -See De Lvs, 

Claudia. 
AS the Martians would see it. -See Bisgaier, 

Paul. 
AS the twig bends. -See Seitlin, Jean D. 
AS young as you feel. See Monell, Rona. 
ASBRAND, KARIN, pseud. -See Sundelof- 

Asbrand, Karin. 
ASCHER, MAURY. Birthday party. 

script. © lc 11-30-45, Maury 

Brooklyn ; D unp. 3220. 
ASK for me tomorrow. -See Hayes, Joseph 

Arnold. 
ASK me anything. -See Somers, Lee. 
THE ASSASSIN. -See Shaw, Irwin. 
ASSASSINATION by radio waves. 

Feeney, George T. 



Radio 
Ascher, 



See 



6 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS, LECTURES 



v. 19, 1946 



ASSIGNMENT home. -See Perl, Arnold. The 

class. 
ASSOCIATED COMPOSERS, INC. Teeny, 

the elephant detective. See Green, 

Bernie 
ASSOCIATED PRODUCTIONS. Beethoven. 

See Ardin, Leon. 
THE ASSURANCE. -See Vocafilm corpora- 

AT last Abaddon. See Eisenbach, Blanche. 

AT the borderline. -See Gorton, Alfred 

ATKIN, DEBORAH K. Naomi and John s 
story, a play in three acts © lc 11-25-46 • 
Deborah K. Atkin, New York ; D unp. 6228. 

\TLEE, DAVID, -See Phillips, David Atlee. 

ATOM and Eva. -See Yates, Ray Baker. 

THE ATOM and the ostrich. -See Manoogian, 

Hai S P - *, , ' ■ ' «. 

THE ATOM bomb : Bikini. -See Exploring the 

unknown, June 30, 1946. 

ATOM in my pocket. -See Gardner, Paul 
Allen. 

THE ATOMIC age. -See Oppenheimer, J. 
Ro Dert - , , _ 

THE ATOMIC bombing of Japan. See Bow- 
ers, John Leonard. _ . 

THE ATOMIC man. -See Canovaca, Rafael A. 
Fiske, Irving. . 

ATOMIC medicine. -See Exploring the un- 
known, Oct. 13, 1946. . . 

THE ATOMIC nucleus. -See Rabi, Isidor I. 

THE ATOMIC round table. -See Waycott, 
Ruth. The immortals column. 

THE ATOMIC vitamin. See Dr. Christian. 
No. 408. 

THE ATOMIC waitress. -See Culler, Robert 
Jervis. 

ATTACHMENT. -See Welty, Ruth. 

ATTENHOFER, ELSIE. Wer wirft den ersten 
stein. Zeitstiick in 4 akten. © lc 5-13-46 ; 
Theaterverlag Reiss, a. g., Basel, Switzer- 
land : D unp. 3423. . 

ATTENTIVENESS — behind the counter. See 
Jam Handy organization, inc. 

ATTERMEYER, ALBERT. 

Coiffures through history. See Berman, 

Sylvia. „' _ „ , 

Hair and headdresses. See Berman, Syl- 

Hair and male vanity. See Berman, Syl- 

Hair color - cosmetics - permanents. See 
Berman, Sylvia. . . 

Hair fashion leaders in history. See Ber- 
man, Sylvia. • 

Hairdressing and the freedom of women. 
See Berman. Sylvia. 

Hairdressing as an art and social barom- 
eter. -See Berman, Sylvia. 
ATTITUDE. -See Jam Handy organization, 

inc. 
ATTU ! See O'Dea, John Bassity. 
AUCHINCLOSS, Gordon. See Hollywood 

jackpot. _ . . 

AUDEN, WYSTAN HUGH. The Duchess of 
Malfl, a play in three acts by W. H. Auden 
and Bertold Brecht. © lc 4-4-46 ; W. EL 
Auden and Bertold Brecht, New York; D 
unp. 2445. 
AUDIBERTI, JACQUES. 

La bete noire, piece en trois actes ; illus- 
trations par l'auteur. Paris, Editions des 
quatre-vents, 1945. 118 p., front. 18% c ™. 
(Collection Arlequin) © 9-7-45; lc 10- 
30-45 ; Editions des quatres vents, Pans ; D 
pub. 645. 
AUDREY Hyslop writes some more. See Hy- 

slop, Audrey. 
AUERBACH, ARNOLD M. 

The army way, a play in one act. © lc 
2-18-46 ; Arnold M. Auerbaeh, New York ; 
D. unp. 731. 

Off we go, a play in one act by Arnold 



M. Auerbaeh and Arnold B. Horwitt. © lc 
2-18-46 ; Arnold M. Auerbaeh and Arnold 
B. Horwitt, New York ; D unp. 733. 

Once very lightly, a play in one act by 
Arnold M. Auerbaeh and Arnold B. Horwitt. 
© lc 2-18-46 ; Arnold M. Auerbaeh and 
Arnold B. Horwitt, New York ; D unp. 736. 
A place to sleep, a play in one act. © lc 
2-18-46 ; Arnold M. Auerbaeh, New York ; 
D unp. 732. 

Skit preceding "Housing sketch". © lc 
2-18-46 ; Arnold M. Auerbaeh, New York ; 
D unp. 734. 

South wind, a play in one act. © lc 
2-18-46 ; Arnold M. Auerbaeh, New York ; 
D unp. 735. 

Welcome home, a play in one act. © lc 
2-18-46 ; Arnold M. Auerbaeh, New York ; 
D unp. 737. 
AULD lang syne. -See Anderson, Hugh Aber- 

crombie. 
AUNT Betsy's Christmas splurge. -See Bugbee, 

Willis N. 
AUNT Carrie. -See Lockhart, Eunice Chapin. 

Her first client. 
AUNT JENNY'S REAL LIFE STORIES. (Ra- 
dio program) Scripts in this series are by 
Clinton Osborne and Elizabeth Evans. © 
Lever brothers co., Cambridge, Mass. 

2434-2438. Broadcast May 24, 27-30- 
1946. Mission to heaven. © lc each 6- 
13-46 ; D unp. 3549-3553. 

2549-2554. Broadcast Nov. 4-8, 11, 1946. 
The changeling. © lc each 12-4-46 ; D unp. 
6380-6385. 
AUNT Kitty to the rescue. See Roberts, Helen 

M. 
AUNT Lizzie's millions. -See Baker, Ethel. 
AUNT Martha marches on. -See George, 

Charles. - 
AUNT Milly and the family skeleton. See 

Neher, Jack. 
AUNT Miranda's will. -See Rose, Le Roma. 
AURA. -See Maeterlinck, Maurice. 
AUREL, pseud. -See Mortier, Aurelie (de 

Faucainberge) 
AURIA, GEMMA D'. -See Houston, Gemma 

d'Auria. 
AUSTIN, ALEXANDER. The painted people, 
a play in four acts. © lc 5-13-46, Alex- 
ander Austin, Jackson Heights, N. Y. ; D 
unp. 3051. 
AUSTIN, DONALD E. Birthday party. Sept. 
1, 1946. Radio script. © lc 7-27-46 ; 
Donald E. Austin, San Francisco ; D unp. 
4322. 
AUSTIN, MARGOT. Peter Churchmouse, by 
Margot Austin, adapted for recording by 
Paul Wing. © lc 10-2-46 ; Margot Austin, 
New -York ; D unp. 5191. 
AUTHOR to composer. See Jackson, John 

Marion. Overture to brotherhood. 
THE AUTO race number. (See Weaver, Win- 
stead Doodles. The Indianapolis races. 
THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY of an ancient piece 

of silver. See Rock, William N. 
THE AUTOGRAPH-CHASERS. See Martens, 

Anne Coulter. 
L'AUTRE aventure. -See Haedrich, Marcel. 
UNE AUTRE vie. -See Duran, Michel. 
AUTUMN fever. -See Lumet, Baruch. 
AUTUMN story. -See Sandeen, Dagmar Vola 

Thomas. 
THE AVALANCHE and the Cisco Kid. -See 

The Cisco Kid. No. 134A. 
AN AVALANCHE of freedom. See Vergason, 

Edwin L. 
THE AVENUE of America, fifee Rosenberg, 

Harold. 
AVERELL, WILLIAM C. Ladies be listenin', 
autographed records and transcriptions pro- 
gram for radio broadcasting. © lc 5-18- 
46 ; Program producers corp., New York ; 
C 436. 



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pt. i, n. s. 



AVERILL, ESTHER C. Patty turns the tide, 
a purpose play in one act. Cedar Rapids, 
la., Heuer [1946] 27 p. 19 cm. © 3-7- 
46 ; 2c 3-11-46 ; Edward I. Heuer, Cedar 
Rapids, la. ; D pub. 2011. 

AVILES, JUAN, JR. Buscando un hombre 
raro, drama en dos actos. © lc 1—9-46 ; 
Juan Avil6s, jr., New York ; D unp. 119. 

AVLON, GEORGE VINCENT. The concep- 
tion, a drama in three acts and six scenes. 
69 leaves 29% cm. © 2-18-46 ; 2c 2-23-46 ; 
George Vincent Avion, Jamaica, N. Y. ; D 
pub. 850. 

AWFULLY nice. See Orefice, Frank Edward. 

AXFORD makes a deal. See The Green Hor- 
net. No. 768. 

AXIOMS concerning coordinated executive 
control. See Stewart, Robert L. 

AYER, FREDERIC W. The Swan family. 
See Worcester, Lawrence G. 

AYERS, HOOKE, pseud. See Lautenschlag- 
er, Thurman H. 

AZINE, HAROLD. Ladies of the house. 
Radio program. © lc 12-5-46 ; Harold 
Azine, Washington ; C 953. 

B 

BAB goes dramatic. See McMullen, J. C. 
BABBITT, MILTON B. Time to go home. See 

Koch, Richard. 
BABCOCK, ALFRED RAYMOND. 

Pioneers of progress. Audition script 

no. 1, by Alfred R. Babcock and Fred Kilian. 

© lc 5-10-46 ; Alfred R. Babcock and Fred 

Kilian, Chicago ; D unp. 3020. 

Rainbow nuts. Radio script no. 1, Feb. 

5, 1946. © lc 2-8-46 ; Alfred Raymond 

Babcock, Chicago ; C 148. 
BABCOCK and the nightingale. See Foch, 

Dirk. 
BABES in arms. See De Suze, Carlyle Neville. 
THE BABES in the wood. See Reisewitz, 

Ellen Anna. 
BABES in the woods. See Levinson, Judith 

R. 
BABY fever. See Oliver, Albert C. 
BACHELOR dinner. See Grady, Lester C. 
BACHELOR of arts. See O'Bannon, Eugene 

E. 
A BACHELOR sewing a button. See Lyons, 

Jimmy. 
BACHELOR'S wife. See Seiler, Conrad. 
BACHENHEIMER, THEODORE. The gay 

masquerade. See Greenberger, Howard. 
BACK from the grave. See The Shadow, Dec. 

30, 1945. 
BACK in stride. See Mendola, Dominic 

Francis. 
BACK to the wars. See Eshleman, Richard 

E. 
BACKWATER. See Zimmorle, Carl Frank. 
BAER, RICHARD. Macbeth. See Shake- 
speare, William. 
BAGETELLE. See Nelson, Merwyn. 
BAGGING the Kodiak killer. See Reeves, 

Zoe. 
BAGPIPES at Lucknow. See Smith, Lewis 

Worthington. 
BAILEY, ALBERTA. 

Dear Aunt Helen, a three-act play. © lc 

9-19-46 ; Alberta Bailey, New York ; D unp. 

4958. 

Step family's reunion, a three-act play. 

© lc 5-26-46 ; Alberta Bailey, New York ; 

D unp. 3307. 
BAILEY, ERNEST HERBERT. See Bailey, 

Herbert. 
BAILEY, HERBERT. 

Calm as the wind. See Keller, Leonard. 
Sail to the sky, a drama in three acts. 

© lc 8-22-46 ; Ernest Herbert Bailey, 

Chicago ; D unp. 4666. 



BAILEY, LEROY WILLIAM. I am a lady, 
a play in three acts. © lc 7-11-46 ; LeRoy 
William Bailey, Sea Girt, N. J.; D unp. 
3985 

BAILEY, WILLIAM A. 

The City of Blood, a four-act screen play 
by William Azenuwa Ogboy, pseud. New 
York, Arkay press, c 1946. 17 p. 25% cm. 
© 4-9-46 ; lc 4-22-46 ; lc 5-19-46 ; W. A. 
Ogboy, New York ; D pub. 3327. 

The gold coast, a screen dramatic play in 
five acts by William Azenuwa Ogboy 
[pseud.] © lc 8-7-46 ; William Azenuwa 
Ogboy, New York ; D unp. 4946. 

BAIN, K. MARJORIE. Far horizon, a play 
with music in three acts. Text only. © lc 
12-18-46 ; K. Marjorie Bain, Hillingdon, 
Middlesex, Great Brit. ; D unp. 6578. 

BAIRD, ARTHUR. Fathers in limbo, a 
comedy in three acts and five scenes. © lc 
5-3-46 ; Arthur Baird, New York ; D unp. 
3388 

BAITSELL, MARIANNA. The Canary club, a 
comedy in one act. Cedar Rapids, la. 
Heuer, c 1946. 24 p. diagr. 19 cm. © 
9-12-46 ; 2c 10-6-46 ; Edward I. Heuer, 
Cedar Rapids, la. ; D pub. 5219. 

BAKER, EDNA MAE. There are those, a 
three-act comedy. © lc 7-24-46 ; Edna 
Mae Baker, Chicago ; D unp. 4750. 

BAKER, ELLICOTT. Bride and prejudice, a 
comedy in three acts. © lc 9-7-46 ; Elliott 
Baker, New York ; D unp. 4850. 

BAKER, ETHEL. Aunt Lizzie's millions, a 
comedy in one act. London French 
[1945] 17 p. 18% cm. (French's acting 
edition) © 12-31-45; lc 7-16-46; Samuel 
French, ltd., London ; D pub. 4071. 

BAKER, GRETTA. Prejudice— challenge to 
democracy. Thev American Mercury radio 
script of the month. © lc 11-26-45 
Gretta Baker, New York ; D unp. 555. 

BAKER, HOWARD. Willow Creek chronicle 
a play in three acts. © lc 11-19-45 ; How 
ard Baker, Terra Bella, Calif. ; D unp. 600 

BAKER, ISADORE LEON. Slaves stay 
home, a play in three acts. © lc 5-25-46 ; 
Isadore Leon Baker, Baltimore ; D unp. 
3290. 

BAKER, MORGAN. See Baker, W. Morgan. 

BAKER, PAUL HAMILTON. 

Sham and Rock, a 4-character radio serial 
for kids and grown-ups, in six programs by 
Paul Hamilton Baker and Bart Perham. 
© lc each 10-9-46 ; Paul Baker, Silver 
Spring, Md., Maro B. Perham, New York ; 
D unp. 5883-5888. 
Sky writers. See Perham Maro B. 

BAKER, W. MORGAN. The painted eagle. 
Book for a musical comedy in two acts. 
© lc 5-10-46 ; W. Morgan Baker, Wash- 
ington ; new matter ; revisions ; D unp. 
2378. Prev. reg. Eagle from paradise, 
11-21-44 : D unp. 91311. 

BAKER (WALTER H.) company. Bab goes 
dramatic. See McMullen, J. C. 

The bat in the belfry. See Worcester, 
Lawrence G. 

The blessing of Banba. See Phillips, 
John J. 

Boy gets girl. See Pierce, Carl Web- 
ster. 

Bridal shower. See Bates, Esther 
Willard. 

Buddy goes literary. See McMullen, J. C. 
A candlelighting service. See Wilson, 
Dorothy Clarke. 

The case of Private Johnny Doe. See 
Brown, Albert M. 

Cash and Carrie. See Goetz, Austin. 
A Christmas carol. See Dickens, Charles. 
A cloud of witnesses. See Bates, Esther 
Willard. 

Dainty daisy. See Urban, Catherine. 
Darkness falls on laughter. See Howard, 



8 



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v. 19, 1946 



Mary Warner. 

Date bait. See Knapp, Bettye. 

The Devil and Miss Appleby. See How- 
ard, Mary Warner. 

Doctor's orders. See Kurtz, C. Gordon. 

From story to stage. See Robinson, Mar- 
vin G. 

A gift for the Christmas Princess. See 
Thalimar, Florence Lance. 

The guest of honor. See Stroud, Rupert. 

A happy ending. Sec Mintz, Evrom Allen. 

Happy holiday. See Knipe, Robert. 

He is not here ! He is risen ! See Nagy, 
Paul, jr. 

I'll be seeing you. See Goetz, Austin. 

Johnny in a jam.. See Van Woeart, Al- 
pheus. 

Kitty, Kitty, Kitty. See Swartout, Nor- 
man Lee. 

Laugh and learn. See Follen, Josephine 
P. 

The layette. See Osherson, Adele S. 

Little plays from big authors. See Prov- 
ence, Jean. 

The man who lived too soon. See Wilson, 
Dorothy Clarke. 

The minx from Missouri. See Tobias, Jay. 

My best girl. See George, Charles. 

My Father's business. See Pickett, 
Christine Hubbard. 

Nice going. See Goetz, Austin. 

An old-fashioned mother. See Nielson, 
Margaret A. 

One-rehearsal novelty programs. See 
Kaser, A. L. 

Out of this woi'M. See Goetz. Austin. 

Pinafore. See George, Charles. 

Raising the rent. See Howard, Mary 
Warner. ' 

Ripe watermelons. See Johnston, Leo- 
nora. 

The silver scarf. See Allan, Dorothy. 

The slow-poke. See George, Charles. 

Spider's web. See Helsby, Arnold. 

Stevenson dramatized for young people. 
See Schnittkind, Henry Thomas. 

Thank your lucky stars. See Goetz, Aus- 
tin. 

Tons o' fun. See Tobias, Jay. 

Week-end. See Osherson, Adele S. 

Welcoming the new minister. See Shute, 
Sally. 

The whistling parrot. See Knipe, Robert. 

Winter dust. See Hackett, Walter. 

Your money or your wife. See Hughes, 
Glenn. 

You're on the air. See Garrigus, Fred- 

BAKER, CAMERON, Soby and Penfield ad- 
vertising agency. The question before the 

house, Hartford electric light company. 

Radio program, Jan. 6, 1946. © lc 1-6-46 : 

Baker, Cameron, Soby & Penfield advertising 

agency. Hartford ; C 45. 
BAKER-STRIKER. See The Lone Ranger. 
BAKER'S royalty plays. Plays in this series 

are listed separately under their respective 

authors. 
BAKER VTLLE eazette. See The Lone Ranger. 

No. 2071-1296. 
BAKSHY, ALEXANDER. Twelve months. 

See Marshak, Samuel. 
LE BAL des voleurs. See Anouilh, Jean. 
BAL musette. See Stolz, Robert. 
BALCH, JACK. Me the sleeper, a three act 

plav. © lc 6-19-46 ; Jack Balch, St. Louis ; 

D unp. 3643. 
BALCOM, CARROLL HEALY. Tribute to a 

soldier. Address. © lc 5-5-46 ; Carroll H. 

Balcom, Clinton, Mass. ; C 413. 
BALDWIN, ANN. Fagade. See Williams, 

Hallam-Keep. 
BALDI, ALFRED J. Common seed, a comedy 

in three acts. © lc 10-28-46 ; Alfred J. 

Baldi, Boston ; D unp. 5675. 



BALF, MIRIAM. Very magic. See Rubio, 
Emery. 

BALFE, MICHAEL WILLIAM. The Boh«m- 
ian girl. See Benz, George Hamilton. 

THE BALLAD of Nicky. See Hoather, Wini- 
fred G. 

BALLET box ballad. See Bayer Jerome. 

BALLOTS and bluff. See The Green Hornet. 
No. 727. 

BALMY Bill. See Challenge of the Yukon. 
No. 429. 

BALZAC, HONORE DE. Les petites miseres 
de la vie conjugate, source title. See Belvi- 
anes, Marcel. Comme ils s'aiment. 
THE BAND leader. See Kaplan, Hyman. 
BAND leaders. See Kaplan, Hyman. 
THE BANDMASTER. See Cohn, Stewart 

Harrison. 
BANGHAM, LOUISE. 

Careers in the field of home economics. 
See Schrock, Margaret. 

Child development — extension worker. 
See Schrock, Margaret. 

Dietetics. See Schrock, Margaret. 
For the girl who doesn't plan to attend 
college. See Schrock, Margaret. 

Home service. See Schrock, Margaret. 
Homemaking and teaching. See Schrock, 
Margaret. 

Research. See Schrock, Margaret. 
Retail merchandising. See Schrock, Mar- 
garet. 
BANK guard. See The Lone Ranger. No. 

2127-1352. 
BANKER and broker. See Myers, Gustave 

Francis. 
THE BANKER buys a car. See Wilding pic- 
ture productions, inc. 
BANKER'S swan song. See The Lone Ranger. 

No. 2057-1282. 
BANKING. See Keeping up with the Wiggles- 
worths. No. 21. % 
BANNER PLAY BUREAU, INC. 

And lo, the star. See Roberts, Helen M. 
Aunt Kitty to the rescue. See Roberts, 
Helen M. 

Children of God. See Stedman, Marshall. 
The dramatic moment. See McMillin, 
Mark. 

The gay nineties revue. See Carter, Les- 
lie H. 

The hope of the world. See Roberts, 
Helen M. 

It might have been you. See Arnaud, 
Bonneviere. 

Mother's day. See McMillin, Mark. 
One day of grace. See McMillin, Mark. 
Scandal in the neighborhood. See Curry, 
Marian Stearns. 

The show is to-night. See Stedman, Mar- 
shall. 

Springtime for Johnny. See Arnaud, 
Bonneviere. 

What every man wants. See McMillin, 
Mark. 
BANNERMAN, HELEN. 

Little Black Sambo and the twins. Re- 
cording script.' © lc 7-6-46 ; Helen Ban- 
nerman, Edinburgh ; D unp. 3982. 

The story of Little Black Sambo, source 
title. See Caton, Dorothy Webber. 
Special-day plays and flashlight fun. 
BANNISTER, ALBERT. The man with the 
glass head, a play in three acts by Albert 
Bannister, Clark Glick and Philip St. George 
Cooke. © lc 9-8-46 ; Albert Bannister, 
Carl Glick and Philip St. George Cooke, 
New York ; D unp. 4847. 
BANNY boy. See Burdick, Orel Z. 
BAR in Miami. See Cole, Martin J. 
THE BAR mitzvah of Private Cohen. See 

The eternal light. No. 37. 
BAR Rococo. See Capablanca, Olga. 
BARABAS. See Murdock, Edith A. 



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BARBEE, LINDSEY. 

All on a Saturday morning, a comedy in 
one act. Minneapolis, Northwestern press, 
c 1946. 30 p. 19 cm. © 10-9-46 ; 2c 
10-13-46 ; Northwestern press, Minneapolis ; 
D pub. 5294. 

Magic for three, a play in one act. Minne- 
apolis, Northwestern press, c 1946. 28 p. 
19 cm. © 10-9-46 ; 2c 10-13-46 ; North- 
western press, Minneapolis ; D pub. 5298. 

Reunion, a play in one act. Minneapolis, 

Northwestern press, c 1946. 12 p. 19 cm. 

© 10-9-46 ; 2c 10-11-46 ; Northwestern 

press, Minneapolis ; D pub. 5289. 

BARBER, BETTY ANN. See Lennon, Betty 

Ann Barber. 
BARBIER, JULES. The tales of Hoffmann, 
source title. See Leuthreau, Andre. The 
ride of hope. 
BARBINEL, ANN, pseud. See Handelman, 

Anna K. 
BARCAROLLE. See Graf, Herbert. 
THE BARD of Zana. See Stroup, Cecil Homer. 
BARER, SHIRLEY. Harmony, a pageant in 
three parts by Shirley Barer and Jay Morton 
Schnapp. © lc 10-13-46 : Shirley Barer 
and Jay Schnapp. New York ; D unp. 6113. 
BARKER, ALBERT W. 

A dav in the city, a new play in three 
acts. © lc 7-16-46 ; Albert W. Barker, 
New York ; D unp. 4083. 

A night in the country, a two-act play 
about tourist camps. © lc 7-9-46 ; Albert 
Barker, New York ; D unp. 3981. 
BARKER, LOIS H. Know your onions. See 

Gorldard, Gladys L. 
BARKER, MARGARET T. Army with ban- 
ners. See Gray. Reland. 
BARKER and the brass ring. See Crutchfield, 

Les M. 
BARKING dog. See The Lone Ranger. No. 

2108-1333. 
BARNACLE Bill. See Lux radio theatre, 

Apr. 1, 1946. 
BARNARD, JOSEPHINE. The Blips, a com- 
edy in three acts by Josephine Barnard and 
Richard Woodworth.' © lc 7-9-46 ; Jo- 
sephine Barnard and Richard Woodworth, 
Kew Gardens, N. Y. ; D unp. 3984. 
BARNE, KITTY. Three and a pigeon. See 

Lockhart. Katharine. 
BARNES, FORREST. Johnny comes home. 

See Gelb, Phillip. 
BARNETT, PAUL. 

Pierre and Jean, a play in two acts. lc 
2-4-46 ; Paul Barnett, New York ; D unp. 
595. 

The son-in-law, a play in two acts by 
Paul Barnett and Jess H. Altman, based on 
a De Maupassant short story. © lc 6—14— 
46 : Paul Barnett and Jess H. Altman, New 
York ; D unp. 3606. 
BARNEY, MARGARET. See Hatton, Mar- 
garet Barney. 
BARNEY the bungler. See The Sheriff. No. 

99 
BARNOUW, ERIK. The story they'll never 
print. Radio script. © lc 5-4-46 ; Erik 
Barnouw, Larchmont, N. Y. ; D unp. 3008. 
THE BARNYARD Sunday School. See Sal- 
isbury, Lottie Charlotte. 
BARNY'S barber shop. See Burke, Howell 

M., jr. 
THE BARON and the Cisco Kid. See The 

Cisco Kid. No. 76A. 
THE BARON of Manhattan. See Abridge, 

James William. 
BARRAUD, GEORGE. Tread softly, a play 
in three acts. © lc 2-23-46 ; George Bar- 
raud. New York ; D unp. 836. 
THE BARRETS of Wimpole Street. See 

Lux radio theatre, Sept. 9, 1946. 
BARRETT, CARL A. On heaven's doorstep, 
a drama in parts. In Illinois automobile 



magazine. © Carl A. Barrett. Chicago. 

Part 15. © 11-2-45; lc 12-23-45; 
D pub. 52. 

Part 16. © 12-20-45 : lc 12-23-45 ; 
D pub. 53. 
BARRETT, RHO. The lost Christmas, a mu- 
sical fantasy in two acts. Book and lyrics 
by Joan Carole Usoskin : music by Rho 
Barrett. Text and music on separate 
leaves. © lc 6—6-46, Joan Carole Usoskin, 
New York ; D unp. 1058. 
BARRIER. EDGAR. 

Best of all worlds. See Kortner. Fritz. 
Mississippi orchard, an adaptation of 
Anton Chekhov's The cherry orchard, trans- 
planted to Mississippi, by Edgar Barrier and 
Loia Cheaney. A play in three acts. © lc 
2-7-46 : Edgar Barrier, Los Angeles : D 
unp. 568. 
BARRINGTON, LOWELL. The admiral had 
a wife, a comedy in three acts. © lc 10- 
4-46 ; Lowell Barrington, Balboa Island, 
Calif. ; D unp. 5205. 
BARROWS, GEORGE EDWARD. 

The American scout Hawkeye, Chingach- 
gook, and Uncas in a narrative of 1757 ; 
from The last of the Mohicans, by James 
Fenimore Cooper. Compiled for moving 
picture production. © lc 8-26-46 : George 
Edward Barrows, Worcester, Mass. ; D unp. 
4704. 

The Bible world after Christ, including 
three modern miracles. Moving picture 
version for use in technicolor. © lc 5-8- 
46 : George Edward Barrows, Worcester, 
Mass. ; D unp. 3133. 

The Bible world of before Christ : actual 
Biblical story of the Old Testament show- 
ing all the highlights and interesting stories. 
Talking moving picture version for use in 
technicolor. © lc 3-25-46 : George Ed- 
ward Barrows, Worcester, Mass. : D unp. 
2227. 
BARRY, IRVING. The shadow people, a play 
in three acts. © lc 3-27-46 : Irving Barry, 
Elmhurst, N. Y. ; D unp. 2250. 
BARRY, PETER. 

A drink of water. See Exploring the 
unknown. Mar. 3, 1946. 

Tomorrow, the moon. See Exploring the 
unknown. Oct., 20, 1946. 
BARRY. WILLIAM E. Strikingly so. a com- 
edy in three acts. © lc 8-20-46 ; William 
E. Barry, Chicago : D unp. 4629. 
BARSARG. ANDRE. L'Agrippa, com6die en 
trois acres. © lc 10-30-45 ; Andre Barsarg, 
Paris : D unp. 625. 
BARSHA. HENRY. The moon song. See De- 

Koven. David. 
BARSTOCK, JOSEPH. The Kentucky pearl, 
Original scenario in 52 scenes. © lc 3-19- 
46 ; Joseph Barstock, Brooklyn ; D unp. 
3868 
BARTELL. GERALD A. Tingo, the clown. 
Radio script. © lc 8-26-46 ; Gerald A. 
Bartell, Madison, Wis. ; D unp. 5430. 
B\RTLETT, ARTHUR J. Out where the 
West begins, nos. 1-6. Radio scripts. © lc 
each 6-28-46 : Arthur J. Bartlett, Y, est 
Hollvwood, Calif. : D unp. 6075-6080. 
BARTLING, MARIE FALLS. War in our- 
selves by Marie Falls Bartling and Wallace 
Acton, in prologue, two scenes, epilogue. © 
1 C 4_9-46 : Marie Falls Bartling, Ware- 
ham. Mass., and Wallace Acton, New York ; 
D unp. 2501. 
BARTSCH, HANS. The wife. See Bokay, 

Janos. . , , _. 

BARZMAN, SOL. Pennsylvania duchess. See 

Robinson, Seymour B. 
BASCH. GRETA. A love dream. See Benatz- 

ky, Ralph. . , _ , 

BASCHEBA. See Deval, Jacques Boularan. 



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v. 19, 1946 



BASHKIN. GLADYS. Interlude, a play in 
three acts. © lc 7-21-46 ; Gladys Bash- 
kin, Brooklyn : D imp. 4180. 

BASIC sales training course. For recording 
scripts in this series see Vocafilm corpo- 
ration. 

BASS. RALPH. 

Column time. Radio script. © lc 5-21-46 : 
Ralph Bass, New York : C 566. 

BASTIA. PASCAL. Mademoiselle Star. See 
De Wissant, Andre. 

THE BAT in the belfry. See Worcester, Law- 
rence C. 

BATES, EDITH MAY HILLIARD. The room 
shortage, a comedy in three acts, bv Edith 
Hilliard Bates. © lc 11-25-46 : Edith May 
Hilliard Bates, Miami. Fla. : D unp. 6204. 

BATES. ESTHER WILLARD. 

Bridal shower, a one act play for women. 
Boston, Baker's plays ; [etc., 1946] 36 p. 
diagr. 19 cm. (Baker's royalty plays) © 
10-17-46 ; 2c 10-18-46 ; Walter H. Baker 
co.. Boston ; D pub. 5669. 

A cloud of witnesses, an Easter play. 
Boston, Baker's plays [1946] 32 p. diagr. 
19 cm. © 12-5-46 ; 2c 12-7-46 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston : D pub. 6610. 

BATES. JOHN McKINNEY. 

Don't count vour sea monster. Radio 
drama. © lc 3-26-46 : John McKinney 
Bates. New Haven ; D. unp. 2672. 

The trial, a plav in one act bv Jonathan 
Bates. © lc 3-26-46 ; John McKinney 
Bates. New Haven : D unp. 2671. 

BATES. JONATHAN. See Bates, John Mc- 
Kinnev. 

BATES, LEILA CARRINGTON. My dearest 
Patsy, a play in five acts. © lc 12-23-46 ; 
Leila Carrington Bates, Washington : D unp. 
6653. 

BATSFORD. BENJAMIN F. Seeds of free- 
dom, a play in three acts. © lc 3—4—46 : 
Benjamin F. Batsford, Floral Park, N. Y. ; 
D unp. 924. 

BATSON, GEORGE. Cordelia, a play in three 
acts. © lc 7-24-46 ; George Batson, New 
York : D unp 4217. 

BATTEN. JEANNE. The merry widower, a 
dramatization of a story. © lc 10-31-46 ; 
Jeanne Batten, New York ; D unp. 5727. 

BATTING for Joe. See Westervelt, George 
Conrad. 

BATTLE for heaven. See Weightman- 
Smith. Michael. 

BATTLE of the century. See Greendale, 
Alexander. 

BATTLE SCARS. See Holzinger, Harold 
Thomas. 

THE BATTLE that never ends. See Explor- 
ing the unknown, Feb. 17, 1946. 

BATTLES, ROY. The farm front. Radio 
script, Feb. 17, 1946. © lc 4-24-46 ; Cros- 
ley corp., Cincinnati ; C 403. 

BAUER, EILEEN MARIE COSGRIFF. Get 
a load of this, a comedy in three acts by 
Eileen M. Cosgriff. © lc 6-9-46 : Eileen 
Marie Cosgriff Bauer, New York ; D unp. 
3487. 

BALM, HARRY LESTER. Prelude to victory, 
a Masonic play. [Denver, Hirschfeld press, 
1946] 132 p. plates. 20 cm. " 'Prelude to 
victory' was first presented under the title 
'Brother service', September 20, 1932, as 
the feature of the George Washington 
Masonic Bicentennial Celebration, in Den- 
ver." © 6-18-46 ; lc 6-26-46 ; lc 7-22-46 ; 
Harry Lester Baum, Denver ; D pub. 4248. 
Prev. reg. 5-12-42, D unp. 80187. 

BAUM, LEONARD K., pseud. See Kirsh- 
baum, Louis. 

BAUMAN, RICHARD OLLENDORFF. Sparks 
fly upward, a comedy-drama in three acts. 
© lc 11-8-46 ; Richard Ollendorff Bauman, 
Milwaukee ; D unp. 6497. 



BAUMER, MARIE ELIZABETH. Little 

brown jug, a drama in three acts by Marie 

Baumer. New York, French, c 1946. 95 p. 

diagrs. 19 cm. © 11-12-46 ; 2c 12-18-46 ; 

Marie Elizabeth Baumer, New York ; D pub. 

6690. Prev. reg. Ira. 4-3-44, D unp. 88378. 
BAUMGARTNER, ELIZABETH BURKE. 

See Morris B. Sachs amateur hour. 
BAUR, BETTY. See Knox, Bettv Baur. 
BAXT. GEORGE LEONARD. 

Alex in Wonderland ; or, The boy Alex. 

A comedy in three acts. © lc 12-5-46 ; 

George Leonard Baxt, Brooklvn ; D unp. 

6547. 

The laughter of ladies, a comedy in three 

acts with incidental drama. © lc 1-21-46 ; 

George Leonard Baxt, Brooklyn ; D unp. 

275. 
BAXTER, MARIA DOBRENCHUK. One is 

enough, a play in two acts. © lc 8—13—46 : 

Maria Dobrenchuk Baxter, Chelsea, Mass. ; 

D unp. 4514. 
BAYER. JEROME. 

Ballot box ballad, a script for informal 

production to stimulate registration and 

voting. © 6-27-46 ; 2c 6-27-46 ; Jerome 

Bayer, New York ; D pub. 3768. 

Witchful thinking, a Halloween sketch 

for political action. © 6—27—46 ; 2c 

6-27-46 ; Jerome Bayer, New York ; D pub. 

3769. 
BAYNE-JONES, STANHOPE. Epidemics. 

New York Philharmonic-symphony inter- 
mission feature. Broadcast Mar. 3, 1946. 

© lc 3-14—46 : United States rubber co., 

New York ; C 289. 
THE BAYOU. See Peacock, Jacqueline Cour. 
BAYOU Suzette. See Lockhart, Katharine. 
BE it ever so humble. See Older, Cora. 

America's immortal song. 
BE sharp. See Yarborough, William C, jr. 
BE still Clotilde. See Sutherland, Ethel 

Clifton. 
BE your age. See Orr, Mary. 
THE BEADED moccasins. See Bennett, Ro- 

wena Bastin. Six holiday plays. 
BEAL. WILLIAM ALLEN. The first degree, 

a dramatic sketch for stage or vaudeville in 

one act. © lc 11-3-46 ; William Allen 

Beal, Los Angeles : D unp. 5824. 
BEAL. WILLIAM B. Dime-a-rime. Radio 

broadcast, Feb. 6. 1946. © lc 2-13^6 ; 

Moo-vie auction sales, inc., Pittsburgh ; 

C 163. 
THE BEAM of the balance. See Paalen, Wolf- 
gang Robert. 
BEAR trap. See Challenge of the Yukon. No. 

396. 
BEARDMORE, GEORGE. Come out and play. 

See Madden, Cecil Charles. 
THE BEAST and the Cisco Kid. See The 

Cisco Kid. No. 54A. 
BEATTIE. DAN. See 
The Green Hornet. 
The Lone Ranger. 
BEAUMONT, WILLIAM GERALD. Up- 
/ stream, a play in three acts. © lc 2—7—46 : 

William Gerald Beaumont, New York ; D 

unp. 573. 
BEAUTIFUL New York. See Pacullv, Ernest. 
BEAUTY and the beast. See Alpert, Burt. 
BEAUVOIR, SIMONE DE. Les bouches 

inutiles ; pi&ce en deux actes et huit 

tableaux. [Paris] Gallimard [1945] 140 p. 



18% 



12-10-45 ; lc 3-1-46 ; Librairie 



Gallimard, Paris : D pub. 939. 
BEAVER dam. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

No. 441. 
BECDELIEVRE D'INDY, Mme. See Maur- 

ette, Marcelle. 
BECHER, ULRICH. Neidinger. See Preses, 

Peter. 
BECKER, DON. See Life can be beautiful. 



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BECKER, EDNA M. 

Once is enough, by Edna Becker. Radio 
script. © lc 4-21-46 ; Edna M. Becker, 
Topeka, Kan. ; D unp. 2730. 

Sunny. See Dunn, Rebecca Welty. 
Vegetables, vitamins and villains, a musi- 
cal play in three acts. Text only. © lc 10— 
17-46 ; Edna M. Becker, Topeka, Kan. ; D. 
unp. 5503. 

BECKER, IVAN LAWRENCE. Undertow, a 
new play in three acts. © lc 6—17^6 ; Ivan 
Lawrence Becker, New York ; D unp. 3864. 

BECKMAN, R. O. The diamond necklace, a 
play in three acts. "The author is indebted 
to Johann Wolfgang Goethe for research and 
writings concerning the affaire of the neck- 
lace. © lc 6-27-46 ; R. O. Beckman, Miami, 
Fla. ; D unp. 3758. 

BECKWITH, REGINALD. A soldier for 
Christmas, a comedy in three acts. London, 
.French [1946] 78 p. front. 21 Y 2 cm. 
(French's acting edition.) © 9-25-46 ; lc 
11-29-46 ; Samuel French, ltd., London ; D 
pjab. 6297. 

BECKY'S corset. See Redfern, Joseph Walter. 

BECTON, EDITH. See Uhrbrock, Edith Bee- 
ton. 

A BED with the others. See Williamson, Scott 
Graham. 

BEDEVILED. See Scheyer, Paul Jay. 

BED-TIME stories. See Kupferberg, Helen B. 

BEDTIME story — adults only. See Oboler, 
Arch. 

BEECH, CROWELL. Prayer for peace. See 
Moser, Marian. 

BEECHER, WILLARD EDGAR. 

Administrative attitudes. Lecture. © lc 
6-12-46 : Willard Edgar Beecher, Washing- 
ton ; C 482. 

The job of an administrator, Lecture. 
© lc 6-12-46 ; Willard Edgar Beecher, Wash- 
ington ; C 481. 

Without organization, we die ; or, The 
"why" of organization. Lecture. © lc 6— 
12-46 ; Willard Edgar Beecher, Washington ; 
C 480. 

BEER, GUSTAVE. 

I am back, America ; a musical comedy 
in two acts by Gustave Beer and Richard 
Engel. Text only. © 7-24-46 ; Gustave 
Beer and Richard Engel, New York ; D unp. 
5450. 

The light in our eyes. Comedy in three 
acts by Gustave Beer and Richard Engel. 
© lc 2-12-46 ; Gustave Beer and Richard 
Engel, New York ; D unp. 680. 

BEESTON, LOUISE. 

The iron dog, a play in three acts by 
Louise Beeston and Frances Kroll. © lc 
12-7-46 ; Louise Beeston and Frances Kroll, 
San Francisco : D unp. 6462. 

Sitting pretty, by Louise Beeston and 
Frances Kroll. A comedy in four scenes. 
© lc 5-2-46 ; Louise Beeston and Frances 
Kroll, San Francisco ; D unp. 3286. 

BEETHOVEN. -See Ardin, Leon. 

BEETHOVEN music drama. See Bryant-Tal- 
bot, Ona. 

BEFORE dawn. See Meidell, Hjalmar. 

BEFORE oblivion. See Yates, Ray Baker. 
Atom and Eva. 

DIE BEFREITEN. See Tagger, Theodor. 

BEGGAR'S choice. See Eagan, Lois R. 

BEGINNER'S course. See Holmes, Marguer- 
ite. 

BEHIND the counter — merchandising film. 
See Jam Handy organization. 

BEHIND the name. See Jam Handy organiza- 
tion, inc. 

BEHOLD your King. See Rigney, Edward 
Anthony. 

BEHRMAN, SAMUEL, NATHANIEL. Dun- 
nigan's daughter, a comedy. New York, 
Random house [1946] 184 p. 19% cm . 
© 6-3-46 ; 2c 6-16-46 ; S. N. Behrman, New 



York ; D pub. 4132. Prev. reg. 10-26-45 ; D 
unp. 95687. 

BEIM, NORMAN. 

Off Picadilly, a one-act study of prostitu- 
tion and homosexuality. © lc 12-26-46 ; 
Norman Beim, Philadelphia ; D unp. 6663. 
The poet and the drummer, a tragedy with 
comic overtones, in two acts. © lc 10-20— 
46 ; Norman Beim, Philadelphia ; D unp. 
5535. 

The wind returns, a play in two parts. 
© lc 8-7-46 ; Norman Beim, Philadelphia ; 
D unp. 4419. 

BEITH, J. H. Burglar alarm, a midnight 
adventure in one act by Ian Hay [pseud.] 
London, French [1945]. 33 p. 18y 2 cm. 
(French's acting edition) © 12-28-45 ; lc 
11-29-46 ; Samuel French, ltd., London ; D 
pub. 6291. 

BEKASSY, HAGAR WILDE. The best vears, 
a two-act play by Hagar Wilde. © lc 7- 
11-45 ; Hagar Wilde Bekassy, Beverly Hills, 
Calif. : D unp. 398. 

BELA, NICHOLAS. 

Once upon a dime, a comedy in three acts 
by Nicholas Bela and Poppy Cannon. © lc 
6-15-46 ; Nicholas Bela and Poppy Can- 
non, New York ; D unp. 3630. 

The skeleton, a play in one act. © lc 4— 
4-46 ; Nicholas Bela, Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 
D unp. 2338. 

THE BELIEVER. See Bowers, Evelyn G. 

BELL, HELEN DRUSILLA. The master 
passes by, a play in three scenes. © lc 
3-25-46 : Helen Drusilla Bell, Mecca, Calif. : 
D unp 2854. 

BELL modern minstrel man. See Herscher, 
Louis. 

BELL SONG PUBLISHING COMPANY. See 
Herscher, Louis. 

THE BELLES of Central high. See Wolfe 
Norman J. 

BELLMAN, CARL MICHAEL. See Macin- 
tire, Elizabeth Jelliffe. The lute plaver. 

BELLOS NAUSICAA. The man who lost 
himself, a play in three acts by Nausicaa 
Bellos, translated from French bv Rubin 
Gotesky © lc 4-19-46; Nausicaa Bellos, 
New lork; D unp. 2720. 

BELLS of San Gabriel. See Montgomery 
Cora. ' 

BELLS of San Pedro. See The Lone Ranger 
No. 2173-1398 

BELOVED bigamist. See Appleton, Charles 
Leonard. 

BELVIANES, MARCEL. 

Comme ils s'aiment. Op4ra-comique en 
deux actes, inspire par Les petites miseres 
de la vie conjugate, de Balzac. Livret de 
Marcel Belvianes, musique de Andre La- 
vagne. Paris, Heugel, c 1940. 40 p. ny 2 
cm. Text only. © 12-31-40 ; lc 11-1- 
45 : Heugel, Paris ; D pub. 3468. 

BELYEA, HARRY ALTON. 

Home builder's clinic. Radio program 
no. 1. © lc 1-16-46 ; Harry Alton Belyea, 
Watertown, Mass. ; D unp 232. 

Mental baseball. Radio program no. 1. 
© lc 1-16-46 : Harry Alton Belyea, Water- 
town, Mass. ; D unp. 403 

There goes Swifty. Radio program no. 
1, Feb. 23, 1946. © lc 2-27-46 : Harry 
Alton Belyea, Watertown, Mass. : C 208. 

BEMELMANS, LUDWIG. Now I lay me 
down to sleep. See Ryan, Elaine. 

BENATSKY, RALPH. See Benatzky, Ralph. 

BENATZKY, RALPH A love dream, oper- 
etta in three acts. Book by Greta Basch 
and Ralph Benatzky. Lyric by Ralph 
Benatzkv. Music (based upon themes and 
motives of Franz Liszt) by Ralph Benatzky. 
Text and music on separate leaves. © lc 
6-9-46 ; Greta Basch and Ralph Benatsky, 
New York ; D unp. 1062. 



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BENCH WARMER. See Smith, Paul Gerard. 
BENDA, SIMONE. -See Porche\ Simone 

Benda. 
BENDIX AVIATION CORPORATION. Ben- 

dix radio division. 

Bendix — Leader in radio. See Jam Handy 

organization, inc. 

The real voice of radio. -See Jam Handy 

organization, inc. 
BENDIX — leader in radio. See Jam Handy 

organization, inc. 
BENEDETTI. ALDO DE. 

I/Armadietto cinese, commedia in tre 

atti. [Roma, 1946] 95 1. 30 cm. © 8- 

25-46 ; lc 11-21-46 ; Aldo de Benedetti, 

Rome ; D pub. 6612. 

Non ti conosco piu, commedia in tre atti. 

Firenze, Libreria del teatro [1946]. 77 p. 

18 cm. © 2-1-46 ; lc 7-9-46 ; Aldo de 

Benedetti. Rome ; D pub. 6042. 

Lo sbaglio di essere vivo, commedia in 

tre atti. © lc 2-7-46 ; Aldo de Benedetti. 

Rome ; D unp. 566. 

Lo sbaglio di essere vivo, commedia in 

tre atti. {In Maschere. Rome, 1945. 33V2 

cm. vol. 1, no. 14, p. 285-297. illus.) © 

9-1-45 ; lc 1-28-46 ; Aldo de Benedetti, 

Rome ; D pub. 6265. 
BENEDETTO, ANNIBALE DI. See DiBene- 

detto, Annibale. 
BENELLI, SEM. Orfeo e Proserpina, dram- 
ma lirico in quattro atti e sei quadri. 

Milano. Mondadori [1938] 271 p. 20% cm . 

Tutte ie opere di Sem Benelli) Prima edi- 

zione 1929, seconda edizione 1938. © 4—15- 

38 ; lc 2-3-41 ; Sem Benelli, Milano ; D pub. 

212. 

BENES, K. J. 

Child of 1945. Treatment. A transla- 
tion by Helen Fisher of the motion picture 
scenario Dlte 1945, by K. J. Benes, J. A. 
Holman and F. Peroutka. © lc 7-23-46 ; 
K. J. Benes, J. A. Holman and F. Peroutka, 
Prague, Czechoslovakia ; D unp. 5388. 

Dite 1945, filmova povldka, by K. J. 
Benes, J. A. Holman and F. Peroutka. © lc 
7-23-46 ; K. J. Benes, J. A. Holman and F. 
Peroutka, Prague, Czechoslovakia ; D unp. 
5387. 

BENHAM, CHARLES CAPELL. Johnny is 
my conscience, a play in three acts. © lc 
10-19-46 : Charles Capell Benham, Coro- 
nado Beach, Fla. ; D unp. 5536. 

BENJAMIN Franklin. See Frankel, Ben Z. 

BENNETT, ALEON. The fox and the grapes. 
Radio script. © lc 5-9—46 ; Aleon Bennett, 
Brooklyn ; D unp. 2986. 

BENNETT, CAROL. Kathy the great! A 
comedy in three acts. Cedar Rapids, la., 
Heuer, 1946. 85 p. diagr. 19 cm. © 
9-11-46 ; 2c 10-10-46 : Edward I. Heuer, 
Cedar Rapids, la. ; D pub. 5260. 

BENNETT, HELEN, pseud. See Duckett, 
Helen. 

BENNETT, JOHN. Master Skylark. iSfee 
Lockhart, Katharine. 

BENNETT, JULIA. 

Her immortal life, a play in four acts. 
© lc 8-6—46 ; Julia Bennett, San Francisco ; 
D unp. 4447. 

Nellie'll do it, a comedy in three acts. 
© lc 3-25-46 ; Julia Bennett, San Fran- 
cisco ; D unp. 2255. 

BENNETT, KIRK, pseud. See Cartwright, 
Arthur P. 

BENNETT, MABEL KEIGHTLEY. 

The brand of the Drakes, a half-hour 
sketch for radio. © lc 8-19-46 ; Mabel 
Keightley Bennett, New York ; D unp. 4620. 
The devil's violin, half hour drama for 
radio. © lc 3-13-46 ; Mabel Keightley 
Bennett. New York ; D unp. 2102. 

BENNETT, ROWENA (Bastin). Six holiday 
plays, for primary and intermediate grades. 



Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson; [etc., 1946] 
50 p. 20*/> cm. 

CONTENTS. — The witch who gave up 
witching. — The beaded moccasins. — Christ- 
mas upside down. — Out of the clock. — The 
littlest artist. — The March hare who wanted 
to be an Easter rabbit. © 9-25-46 ; 2c 
10-13—46 ; Row, Peterson & co., Evanston, 
111. ; D pub. 5484. 

BENT halo. See Corington, William C. 

BENTKOVER, JACOB. You gotta give him 
credit, a play in three acts. © lc 7-26—46 ; 
Jacob Bentkover, Chicago ; D unp. 4309. 

BENTLEY, JOHN, pseud. See Clark, Frank 
Howard. 

BENTON, PAULINE. Ch'ango's flight to the 
moon, a drama based on a Chinese legend. 
In five scenes. © lc 5-30-46 ; Pauline 
Benton, New York ; D unp. 3334. 

BENTON AND BOWLES, INC. -See House of 
mystery. 

BENZ, GEORGE HAMILTON. 

The Bohemian girl, a new dialogue in four 
scenes. A revision adapted from the orig- 
inal by Michael William Balfe, as it appears 
in the publication bv G. Schirmer, inc., vocal 
score, 1902. © lc 4-15-46 ; George Hamil- 
ton Benz, Vineyard Haven, Mass. ; new mat- 
ter : revised adaptation of dialog ; D unp. 
2609. 

The Bohemian girl, a new version adapted 
to Balfe's The Bohemian girl, by Hamilton 
Benz. In three acts. © lc 10-4-46 ; George 
Hamilton Benz, Vineyard Haven, Mass. ; 
new matter ; revision ; D unp. 6114. 

Liza Trotter, a musical play in three 
acts ; the book and lyrics by Hamilton Benz. 
Text only. © lc 8-12-46 ; George Hamilton 
Benz, Vineyard Haven, Mass. ; D unp. 4495. 
A protasis to the Marriage of Figaro ; a 
prologue to Marriage of Figaro by Mozart, 
in an English version drawn from Beau- 
marchais' French as well as DaPonte's orig- 
inal Italian libretto. Text only. © lc 5- 
12-46 ; Hamilton Benz, Vineyard Haven, 
Mass. ; D unp. 3049. 

- BENZ, HAMILTON. See Benz, George Ham- 
ilton. 
BERENBERG, BEN ROSS. 

Pepito Mosquito. Radio script. © lc 
11-20-46 ; Ben Ross Berenberg, New York: 
D unp. 6064. 

The story of the churkendoose — part 
chicken, turkey, duck and goose. Radio 
script. © lc 6-18-46 ; Ben Ross Berenberg, 
New York ; D unp. 3651. 

The story of Jimmy Jazz, version "D". 
Radio script. © lc 10-9-46 : Ben Ross Ber- 
enberg, New York ; D unp. 5249. 
BERENS*, WILLIAM. Short cut, a plav in 
three acts. © lc 9-16-46 ; William Berens, 
Los Angeles ; D unp. 4895. 
BERG, LEE, pseud. See Lichtenberg, Leo. 
BERG, MORTON. 

Alonzo the Great. Screenplay. © lc 12- 
23-46 ; Morton Berg, New York ; D unp. 
6651. 

Laurel Kane. Screen play. © lc 8-26- 

46 ; Morton Berg, New York ; D unp. 5427. 

More than coronets. Film script. © lc 

7-12-46 ; Morton Berg, New York ; D unp. 

4013. 

BERGEN, EDGAR JOHN. See The Chase and 

Sanborn program. 
BERGER, HOWARD MERRILL. 

Alice in Wonderland, an adaptation of the 
story by Lewis Carroll, in three acts. © lc 
10-9-46 ; Howard Merrill Berger, Yeadou, 
Pa. ; D unp. 5237. 
BERGER, MARSHALL WILLIAM. Goodness, 
Washington is sad ; a new comedy in three 
acts. © lc 10-14-46 ; Marshall William 
Berger, Washington ; D unp. 5333. 



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BERGMANN, ERICK WOLFGANG. Sugges- 
tions for development of condensation wells. 
Lecture. © lc 5-20-46 ; Erick Wolfgang 
Bergmann, Monroe, Mich; ; C 443. 

BERKOWITZ, ALBERT MAURICE. The du- 
enna ; words by Richard Brinsley Sheridan, 
original musical score composed by Albert 
Maurice Berkowitz for the opera. For solo 
voice with piano accompaniment. © lc 
2-11—46 ; Albert Maurice Berkowitz, New 
Rochelle, N. Y. ; D unp. 1014. 

BERMAN, SYLVIA. 

Hair and headdresses. (Coiffures through 
history. Radio script, Apr. 19, 1946.) © lc 
7-2-46 ; Albert Attermeyer, New York ; 
C 565. 

Hair and male vanity. (Coiffures through 
history. Radio script, Apr. 12, 1946) © lc 
7-2-46 ; Albert Attermeyer, New York ; 
C 564. 

Hair color-cosmetics-permanents. (Coif- 
fures through history. Radio script, Apr. 
26, 1946) © lc 6-10-46; Albert Atter- 
meyer, New York ; C 479. 

Hair fashion leaders in history. (Coif- 
fures through history. Radio script, Apr. 5, 
1946) © lc 7-2-46; Albert Attermever, 
New York ; C 563. 

Hairdressing and the freedom of women. 
(Coiffures through historv. Radio script, 
Mar. 29, 1946) © lc 7-2-46 ; Albert Atter- 
meyer, New York ; C 562. 

Hairdressing as an art and social barom- 
eter. (Coiffures through historv. Radio 
script, Mar. 22, 1946) © lc 6-10-46; Al- 
bert Attermeyer, New York ; C 478. 

BERMANN-FISCHER VERLAG, a. b. Des 
teufels general. See Zuckmayer, Karl. 

BERNARD, JEAN-JACQUES. Marie Stuart, 
reine d'Ecosse ; piece en deux parties et 
quatorze tableaux. Paris. Editions thea- 
trales; [etc.] 1941. 216 p. 18 cm. © 
12-30-41 : lc 8-29-45 : Jean-Jacques Ber- 
nard, Paris ; D pub. 639. 

BERNARD. MARC. Les voix piece en trois 
actes. [Paris] Gallimard [1946] 165 p. 
19 cm. © 3-19-46: lc 5-8-46; Librairie 
Gallimard, Paris : D pub. 4154. 

BERNARD, VICTOR. Cheers. See Ives, 
George Montgomery. 

BERNEY. WILLIAM. Just imagine. See 
Richardson, Howard. 

BERNHARDT, RUSSELL NORMAN. Your 
smile is showing, a new comedy in three 
acts. © lc 8-21-46 : Russell Norman Bern- 
hardt, Passaic, N. J. : D unp. 5302. 

BERNHEIM, MICHEL. Opening night, a 
play in three acts by Michel Bernheim, 
adapted by Edward G. Greer. © lc 6-27- 
46 ; Michel Bernheim, New York ; D unp. 
4172. 

BERNSTEIN. HILLEL. Breakfast boy. See 
Bernstein, Svlvia Harris. 

BERNS. JULIE For heaven's sake, Mother. 
A comedy in three acts. © lc 2-26-46 ; 
Julie Berns, New York : D unp. 858. 

BERNSTEIN, RUDOLPH I. Miracle. Half- 
hour radio drama. © lc 4-25-46 : Rudolph 
I. Bernstein, Brooklyn ; D unp. 2844. 

BERNSTEIN, SYLVIA HARRIS. Breakfast 
boy, a comedy in three acts by Sylvia 
Bernstein and Hillel Bernstein. © lc 5-17- 
46 ; Sylvia Harris Bernstein and Hillel 
Bernstein, New York ; D unp. 3472. 

BERR, GEORGES. Le coffre-fort vivant. 
piece a grand spectacle en 2 actes et 18 
tableaux de Georges Berr et Louis Verneuil 
[pseud.] d'apres le roman de Frederic Mau- 
bens. © lc 3-6-46 : Georges Berr and Louis 
Jacques Marie Collin (Louis Verneuil) 
Los Angeles ; D unp. 2397. 

BERRY, HENRIETTE MILLER Families, 
three, and the bound girl ; an allegorical 
play in two acts. © lc 11-4-46 ; Henriette 
Miller Berry, Galena, Mo. ; D unp. 5772. 



BERRY. SIDNEY N. They don't get away 

with it. a radio drama ; sample script for 

projected series. © lc 6-5-46 ; Sidney N. 

Berry, New York ; D unp. 3400. 
BERTAL-MAUBON. Le tour du ciel, fan- 

taisie-operette en deux actes et 15 tableaux 

de Bertal-Maubon. Paris, Editions Eimef- 

opera, 1946. 178 p. 28 cm. Text only. 

© 4-10-46 ; lc 7-18-46 ; Editions Eimef- 

opera, Paris ; D pub. 4213. 
BERTHET, JEAN. Joseph, par Jean Ber- 

thet ; comedie en un acte Edition origi- 

nale. Paris, Mouton Bleu, 1946. 55 p. 19 

cm. © 3-30-46 ; lc 8-8-46 ; Jean Berthet, 

Paris, D pub. 6410. 
BERTON, RALPH. A girl's best friend. See 

Ginsburg, Bernard Matthew. 
BERTRAM. LEE, pseud. See Reinherz, 

Leona Gosman. 
BERTRAND. LEWIS. Non olet. See Molls, 

Max. 
BESSIE, the bandit's beautiful baby. See 

Price, Leland. 
BEST, CHARLES MONROE, JR. 

The innocent kid, a one-act play. © lc 

11-6-46: Charles Monroe Best, jr., Berk- 
eley, Calif. : D Unp. 5895. 

Mister Clay, a comedy in two acts. © lc 

5-22-46 : Charles Monroe Best, jr., Ber- 
keley, Calif. ; D unp. 3241. 
THE BEST fools. See Casey, Walter S. 
THE BEST for everything ! See Jam Handy 

organization, inc. 
THE BEST is yet to be. See Govans players. 
BEST man. See Gingrich, Harold. 
THE BEST man's wedding. See Knittel, Paul 

William, jr. 
THE BEST of all possible worlds. See Mc- 

Knight, Robert Stuart. 
REST of all worlds. -See Kortner, Fritz. 
THE BEST of families. See Caulfleld, Ed- 
ward. 
THE BEST years. See Bekassy. Hagar Wilde. 
BESTER, ALFRED. See The return of Nick 

Carter. 
LA BETE noire. See Audiberti, Jacques. 
BETSY Ross. See Clark, Arthur Freehand. 
BETSY Ross, romantic rebel. See Clark, 

Arthur Freeland. Romantic Betsy Ross. 
THE BETTER HALF. See First nighter. Feb. 

9, 1946. Goodhew, Jonathan George. 
THE BETTER life. See Dorrian, Charles 

James. 
BETTER or worse. See Compton, Walter. 
BETTER tools for Congress. See Jam Handy 

organization, inc. 
THE BETTER world. See Gomez, Enrique 

Arava. 
BETTGER, LYLE. 

Thanks for the effort, a comedy in three 

acts. © lc 10-15-46 ; Lyle Bettger, New 

York : D unp. 5644. 
BETTI. UGO. 

Corruzione al Palazzo di giustizia ; tre 

atti. © lc 6-20-46 ; Ugo Betti, Rome ; 

D unp. 6274. 

Ispezione : tre atti. © lc 7-10-46 ; Ugo 

Betti, Rome ; D unp. 6271. 

Marito e moglie ; tre atti. © lc 6-20- 

46 ; Ugo Betti, Rome : D unp. 6272. 

Notte in casa del ricco, tragedia moderna 

in un prologo e tre atti. (In Comoedia. 

Rome, 1942. 31% cm. vol. 24, no. 12, 

p. 429-438) © 12-15^42 : lc 11-9-45 ; 

Ugo Betti, Rome ; D pub. 6264. 

II paese delle vacanze, idillio in tre atti. 
(In Comoedia. Rome, 1942. 31% cm. vol. 

24, no. 5, p. 173-183) © 5-15-42 : lc 11- 

9-45 ; Ugo Betti, Rome ; D pub. 6263. 

Spiritismo nella antica casa ; tre atti. © 

le fi_20-46 ! u £<> Betti, Rome ; D unp. 6273. 
II vento notturno, 3 atti, 8 quadri. © lc 

11-9-46: Ugo Betti, Rome; D unp. 6269. 
BETTY. See James, Elizabeth Coates. 
BETTY the butterfly. See Lipton, George. 



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v. 19, 194(5 



BETWEEN covers. See Haddock, Charles. 

BETWEEN law and God. See Stessin, 
Terenthy Trofimoff. 

BEUGGE, WALTER J. You die at midnight. 
See Donaldson, Keith. 

BEWARE of fishbones. See Brand, Otto. The 
mute witness. 

BEWARE of widows. See George, Charles. 

BEWARE the magpie. See Helvenston, Har- 
old Finley. 

BEYER. WILLIAM HENRY. Me, too ; a 
comedy in three acts. © lc 4-25-46 ; Wil- 
liam Henry Bever, New York ; D imp. 2748. 

BEYOND good and evil. See The Lone 
Ranger. 2013-1238. 

BIANCARDO. PASCAL. Love comes first, 
a farce-comedy in three acts by Pascal 
Biancardo and Jeff Kerrigan. © lc 
9-25— 46 ; Pascal Biancardo, Brooklyn ; D 
unp. 5096. 

BIBA, CAROL. The avenue of America. See 
Rosenberg, Harold. 

BIBLE lectures. See Fortune, Clarion Ed- 
ward. 

THE BIBLE world after Christ, including 
modern miracles. See Barrows, George 
Edward. 

THE BIBLE world of before Christ. See 
Barrows, George Edward. 

BICKERTON, PHOEBE HOFFMAN. Affairs 
of Anne, a play in three acts. © lc 
11-21—46 ; Phoebe Hoffman Bickerton, New 
York : D unp. 6100. 

BIDDLE, FRANCIS BEVERLEY. Mr. Jus- 
tice Holmes, source title. See Lavery, 
Emmet. The magnificent Yankee. 

BIDWELL, MARTIN, pseud. See French, 
Andrews. 

BIEL, NICHOLAS J. Winners and losers, a 
comedy in three acts 1 . © lei 4—6-46 ; 
Nicholas J. Biel, New York ; D unp. 2568. 

BIERMAN, BERNARD. There are flowers 
enough for all, an operetta for children. By 
Bernard Bierman, Albert Sells, and Jack 
Manus. Text and music on separate leaves. 
© lc 7—2—46 ; Bernard Bierman, Albert 
Sells & Jack Manus, New York ; D unp. 
1078. 

BIERWERT, THANE L. The Christmas 
star. Lecture. © lc 10-17-46 ; Graphic 
science associates, inc., New York ; C 774. 

BIG and little Johnny. See Dr. Christian. 
No. 384. 

BIG Bill. See Challenge of the Yukon. No. 
398. 

BIG Boy Blue. See Holland, Gerald. 

BIG brother. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2035-1260. 

THE BIG cat. See The Sheriff. No. 91. 

THE BIG deal. -See Shelton, Edgar Greer, jr. 

BIG-GIRL Beckv. -See Muhro, Helen Waite. 

THE BIG Mr. Corry. -See The Green Hornet. 
No. 777. 

THE BIG people. -See Young, Stanley. 

THE BIG two. See Bush-Fekete, Leslie. 

THE BIG wheel. -See Nelson, Ralph. 

THE BIG wind. -See Michelson, Lottie. 

BIGELOW, ALICE. Bobby sox brigade, a 
modern and amusing comedy of youth in one 
act. New York, French ; [etc.] 1946. 40 p. 
illus. 19 cm. © 3-26-46 ; 2c 6-23-46 ; 
Samuel French. New York ; D pub. 3707. 

BIGGER than Barnum. See Rath, Frederick. 

BILIK, EUGENE WYCKOFF. The letter 
signed in blood, Chap. I of The god of the 
sun gun, by Gene Wyckoff [pseud.] (Mark 
Loyal, science spy) Radio script. © lc 7-8- 
46. Eugene Wyckoff Bilik, New Rochelle, 
NY. ; D unp. 3932. 

BILLINGS, ANDREW E. Elmer Titus, a 
comedy in three acts. © lc 8-24—46 ; An- 
drew E. Billings, Great Neck, N. Y. ; D unp. 
4699. 

BILLION dollar baby. -See Comden, Betty. 

BILLY Baton. -See Harten, Perry. 

BINDER, BRAMMER. Lightning elixir, a 



comedy in three acts. © lc 6-25-46 ; Bram- 
mer Binder, Newton. Pa. ; D unp. 3740. 

BING, JULIUS. The voice of science, featur- 
ing Dr. Julius Bing, eminent scientist, fa- 
mous inventor of ttie famous Bingolin ; a 
character comedy act. © lc 6-10—46 ; Julius 
Bing, New York ; D unp. 5246. 

BIOW, RICHARD. The story of rheumatic 
fever. -See Exploring the unknown, May 12, 
1946. 

BIRABEAU, ANDRE. Le seducteur, comedie 
en 3 actes. © lc 5-8-46 ; Andr6 Birabeau, 
Monaco, France : D unp. 4201. 

BIRCH, PETER H. Storm king, a musical 
fantasy in two acts. © lc 1-28-46 ; Peter 
H. Birch, New York ; D unp. 776. 

BIRDIE. -See Solomon, Louis. 

BIRDLAND convention. See Werner, Ruth. 
Birdland revue. 

BIRDLAND revue. -See Werner, Ruth. 

BIRDS of a feather. -See Slatkin, Irving. 

BIRN, JERRY. Sunset again. -See Savage, 
Lesley. 

BIRNKRANT, SAMUEL H. You're an angel, 
a play in two acts. © lc 8-20-46 : Samuel 
H. Birnkrant, Brooklyn ; D unp. 4981. 

THE BIRTH of the song Silent night. -See 
French, Florence Felton. 

BIRTH of the Stars and Stripes. -See Clark, 
Arthur Freeland. Betsv Ross. 

THE BIRTH of the United Nations. -See 
Spector, Nathan. 

THE BIRTHDAY of Jesus. -See Meredith, 
Isaac Hickman. 

BIRTHDAY party. See 
Ascher, Maury. 
Austin, Donald E. 
First nighter, Jan. 19, 1946. 

BISGAIER, PAUL. As the Martians would 
see it ; atomic energy in peace and war. A 
play in three scenes. © lc 2-11-46 ; Paul 
Bisgaier, New York ; D unp. 671. 

BISHOP, ELOISE CAREY. The Hill of 
Nazareth, a play in three acts. © lc 5-15- 
46 : Eloise Carey Bishop, New York ; D unp. 
3174. 

THE BISHOP. See Dropkin, Louis. 

A BIT of philosophy. -See Peterson, Margaret 
Dick. 

BITTER bread -See Tallman, Albert. 

BITTER glory. -See Covington, Walter 
Phalti, 111. 

BIXBY, CARL, -See Life can be beautiful. 

BIZMAN, IRVING E. 

The adventures of Buzzy Bear and Peggy 
Penguin. See Marvin, Julie. 

Report to the ladies. -See Marvin, Julie. 

BLACK, LEOTA HULSE. Ma's psychologi- 
cal moment (Humorous reading). [Sioux 
City, la., Wetmore declamation bureau] 
« 1943. 3 leaves. 28 cm. © 9-1-43 ; 2c 
6-23-45 ; Wetmore declamation bureau, 
Sioux City, la. : D pub 729. 

BLACK, THOMAS E. H. 

Family session, a play in three acts, by 
Mackiym Hartyl [pseud.] © lc 9-19-46; 
Thomas E. H. Black, Detroit ; D unp. 4960. 
Reception for angels, musical play in two 
acts, by Mackiym Hartyl [pseud.] Text 
only. © lc 2-28-46 ; Thomas E. H. Black, 
Detroit ; D unp. 877. 

BLACK, WALTER. The man who stole 
Sixth avenue, a play in two acts by Walter 
Black and William Mendrek. © lc 2-8-46 ; 
Walter Black and William Mendrek, New 
York ; D unp. 603. 

THE BLACK arrow. -See Popular science 
publishing company, inc 

BLACK Bart. -See Denny, Melcena Burns. 

THE BLACK bear. -See Challenge of the 
Yukon. No. 401. 

THE BLACK curtain. -See Murder at mid- 
night. No. 28. 

THE BLACK death. -See The eternal light. 
No. 5. 



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BLACK hail over New York. See Kussy, Na- 
than. 

THE BLACK Hood. See The Lone Ranger. 
No 2077-1302. 

BLACK market. See Fighting senator. No. 
9. 

BLACK market, A. D. See Hicks, Lonnie. 

THE BLACK Messiah. See Donohue, Den- 
nis. 

BLACK sheep. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2019-1244. 

BLACK snow. See Fuchs, Arthur William. 

BLACK sugar. See Huguenot, Harry A. 

THE BLACK swan. See Murder at midnight. 
No. 35. 

BLACKSTONE, FRANCES. The land of the 
little red shoes, an operetta for children ; 
music by Frances Blackstone, story by 
Frances Blackstone and Norman Summer- 
held, lyrics by Norman Summerfield. Re- 
cording script. Text and music on separate 
leaves. © lc 5—30-46 ; Frances Blackstone, 
New York : D unp. 1089. 

BLACKWELL, ELIZABETH. See Williams, 
Carola Bell. Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell. 

BLAIR, HAROLD RAYMOND. The lieuten- 
ant is S.O.L. ; or, T.S., sir ! Play in three 
acts. © lc 5-7-46 ; Harold Raymond Blair, 
Brooklyn, D unp. 3007. 

BLAISDELL, ELINORE. Falcon fly back. 
See Piatt, Helen. 

BLAKE, PEGGY. 

Rose of my dreams. See Hummert, Frank. 
Tempest in Dublin. See First nighter, 
Mar. 30, 1946. 

BLAKE, SAMUEL W. Devil's world, a play 
in one act. © lc 2-25-46 ; Samuel W. 
Blake, Islip, N. Y. ; D unp. 867. 

BLAKE, SARAH WELD. Once in a thousand 
years, a play of Anglo-Saxon times by Sarah 
Weld. In three acts. Book one — -the play. 
© lc 10-2-46 ; Sarah Weld Blake, Natick, 
Mass. ; new matter : additions and revi- 
sions ; D unp. 6302. Prev. reg. 7-25-44, D 
unp. 89783. 

BLAKE, WALTER. Something for nothing, 
a blithe and invigorating comedy in three 
acts. New York. French; [etc.] c 1945. 
© 12-12-45 : 2c 6-23-46 ; Samuel French, 
New York ; D pub. 3713. 

BLAKE, WILLIAM DORSEY. 

The long road, a play with prologue and 
three acts. © lc 1—28—46 ; William Dorsey 
Blake, Croton-on-Hudson, N. Y. ; D unp. 429. 
Marry the , moon, a play in three acts. , 
© lc 3-1-46 ; William Dorsey Blake, 
Croton-on-Hudson, N. Y. : D unp. 893. 

BLAKE, WILLIAM J. Elyana. See Abra- 
ham, Paul. 

THE BLANK paper. See The Green Hornet. 
No. 738. 

BLASHE, LEONARD S. The skeptics; a 
revue of skits, sketches and lyrics. © lc 
12-1-46 : Leonard S. Blashe, New York ; 
D unp. 6366. 

BLASHE, MAURICE. Free 'n' easy, a musi- 
cal comedy in two acts. Text only. © lc 
10-15—46 ; Maurice Blashe, New York ; new 
matter : revision ; D unp. 5394. Prev. reg. 
6-26-44, D unp. 89495. 

BLAU, BAFE. See Murder at midnight. 

BLAU, MILTON. Minor incident, a three-act 
play by Milton Blau and Kevin Mullen, pre- 
viously entitled Cobbler, cobbler. © lc 
3-19-46 ; Milton Blau, New York ; D unp. 
2209. 

BLESSED are they that mourn. See 
Calantiis, John Anthonv. 

THE BLESSED Virgin Mary, Mother of God. 
See Draugelis. Simon John. 

THE BLESSING of Banba. See Phillips, 
John J. 

BLIND love goes begging. See Rosenfeld. 
Paul. Decision. 



THE BLIND man. -See Challenge of the 
Yukon. No. 418. Feld, Olga Carolyn. 

BLIND man's claim. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. No. 450. 

BLIND mirrors. See Lerner, Eugene Morris. 

THE BLIND nightingale. See Kambourian, 
Elizabeth H. 

BLIND wolf. See Challenge of the Yukon. 
No. 443. 

THE BLIPS. See Barnard, Josephine. 

BLISS, CHARLES K. A new world writing, a 
lecture given by Mr. C.^K. Bliss on Feb. 23, 
1943, in the Shanghai Jewish club. © lc 
4-21-46 ; Charles K. Bliss, Shanghai ; C 383. 

BLOCH (FELIX) erben. Die richtige. See 
Fulda, Ludwig. 

BLOCK, ARTHUR JOHN. In small print up- 
side down, a comedy in three acts. © lc 
6-23-46 ; Arthur John Block, New York ; 
D unp. 3744. 

BLOCK, HAL. The lady from Texas. See 
Howard, Cy. 

BLOCK, RALPH. A lack of virtue, a play 
iu three acts. © lc 5—8-46 ; Ralph Block, 
Beverly Hills, Calif. ; D unp. 2949. 

BLOESER, RAYMOND W. The killer, a one- 
act play. © lc 5-31-46 ; Raymond W. 
Bloeser, Lake Worth, Fla. ; D unp. 3335. 

THE BLOND bass. See Krieger, Herman John. 

THE BLONDE Sultana. See Westervelt, 
George Conrad. 

BLOOD and money. See Murdock, Edith A. 

BLOOD in the night. See Mitchell, Loften. 

BLOOD line. See Corington, William John C. 

BLOOD money. See The Shadow, Oct. 20, 
1946. 

BLOOD on her hands. See Peavey, Harris. 

BLOOD on the floor. See Grebanier, Joseph P. 

BLOOD on the sun. See Lux radio theatre, 
Dec. 3 1945. 

THE BLOOD that kills. See Exploring the 
unknown, Sept. 29, 1946. 

BLOOD will tell. See Burns, Fred H. Studies 
in crime. No. 3. The Sheriff. No. 93. 

BLOODSHED in Pearl Harbor. See Machorro, 
Rudolph. 

BLOOMGARDEN. LEE. Strictly from pixie, 
a farce in three acts. © lc 10—17-46 ; Lee 
Bloomgarden, New York ; D unp. 5504. 

BLOOMSBURY incarnate. See Yates, Herbert 
Leslie. 

BLOSSNER, BENJAMIN. Regards from Elsie, 
a musical comedy : book and lyrics by Ben- 
jamin Blossner, music by J. Frank Otto. 
Text only. © lc 3—5-46 ; Benjamin Bloss- 
ner. New York ; D unp. 911. 

BLOSSOM in November. See Popa, Eli, jr. 

BLOW, Gabriel, blow. See Harrison, Samuel 
B. 

A BLOW-UP for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 
Kid. No. 133A. 

THE BLUE- boy. See Guild, Helene Heath- 
cote. Children in art. 

THE BLUE Casino. See Brown, Beth. 

THE BLUE Danube. See Wood, Cyrus. 

BLUE moonshine. See Stewart, Ida. 

THE BLUE panda. See Gilbert, Leon M. 

BLUE pencil for love. See First nighter, Jan. 
12. 1946. 

THE BLUE song. See Costner, Geneva Mae. 

BLUEBERRY pie. See Weisman, Herman M. 

BLUEPRINT for romance. See Sherbowsky, 
David. 

BLUM, ROBERT. Dronie, a drama of bee life 
in three acts. Tel Aviv, Yavneh publish- 
ing co. [1946] 89 p. 17 cm. © lc 12-23- 
46 ; Robert Blum, Givatayim, Palestine ; D 
unp. 6649. 

BLUMBERG, THERESA. Rose water. See 
Curtis, Joseph. 

BO. goose, bo. See Mann, Michael E. 

BOARD OF MISSING HEIRS. (Radio pro- 
grams) Programs in this series are by 
James F. Waters and Alfred E. Shebel. © 



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V. 19, 1946 



James F. Waters and Alfred E. Shebel, New 
York. 

1. Broadcast Mar. 31, 1946. © lc 4-5- 
46; D unp. 2490; lc 7-24-46; D imp. 
4351. 

2. Broadcast Apr. 7, 1946. © lc 4-17- 
46 : D unp. 2623 ; lc 7-24-46 ; D unp. 
4252. 

3. Broadcast Apr. 14, 1946. © lc 4-17- 
46 ; D unp. 2624 ; lc 7-24-46 ; D unp. 
4253. 

4. Broadcast Apr. 21, 1946. © lc 4-25- 
46 : D unp. 2845. 

5. Broadcast Apr. 28, 1946. © lc 5-3- 
46 : D unp. 2985. 

6. Broadcast May 5, 1946. © lc 5-7-46 ; 
D imp. 2992. 

7. Broadcast May 12, 1946. © lc 5-15- 
46 : D. un. 3098. 

8. Broadcast May 19. 1946. © 5-21- 
46 : D unp. 3238. 

9. Broadcast May 26, 1946. © lc 5-29- 
46 : D unp. 4281. 

10. Broadcast June 2, 1946. © lc 6-10- 
46 : D unp. 4280. 

11. Broadcast June 9, 1946. © lc 6- 
19-46 : D unp. 4279. 

12. Broadcast June 12, 1946. © lc 6- 
15-46 : D unp. 3635. 

13. Broadcast June 19, 1946. © lc 7- 
24-46 : D unp. 4278. 

14. Broadcast June 26, 1946. © lc 7- 
24-46 : D unp. 4277. 

15. Broadcast July 3, 1946. © lc 7- 
24-46 : D unp. 4257. 

16. Broadcast July 10, 1946. © lc 7- 
24-46 : D unp. 4258. 

17. Broadcast July 17, 1946. © lc 7- 
24—46 ; D unp. 4259. 

19. Broadcast Julv 31, 1946. © lc 8- 
9-46 : D unp. 4483. 

20. Brondcast Aug. 7, 1946. © lc 8-9-46 ; 
D unp. 4484. 

21. Broadcast Aug. 21, 1946. © lc 8- 
28-46 ; D unp. 4725. 

22. Broadcast Aug. 28, 1946. © lc 9-4- 

46 : D unp. 4792. 

23. Broadcast Sept. 4, 1946. © lc 9-7- 

47 : D imp. 4832. 

24. Broadcast Sept. 11, 1946. © lc 9- 
15-46 ; D unp. 4896. 

25. Broadcast Sept. 18, 1946. © lc 10- 
5-46 ; D unp. 5235. 

26. Broadcast Sept. 25, 1946. © lc 10- 
5-46 ; D unp. 5226. 

27. Broadcast Oct. 2, 1946. © lc 10-5- 
46 : D unp. 5227. 

28. Broadcast Oct. 9, 1946. © lc 10-12- 
46 ; D unp. 5408. 

29. Broadcast Oct. 11, 1946. © lc 10-26- 
46 : D unp. 5677 . 

30. Broadcast Oct. 18, 1946. © lc 10-26- 
46 : D unp. 5678, 

31. Broadcast Oct. 25, 1946. © lc 10- 
31-46 ; D unp. 5723. 

32. Broadcast Nov. 8, 1946. © lc 11- 
20-46 ; D unp. 6008. 

33. Broadcast Nov. 15, 1946. © lc 11- 
20-46 : D unp. 6007. 

34. Broadcast Nov. 22, 1946. © lc 11- 
30-46: D imp. 6402. 

35. Broadcast Nov. 29, 1946. © lc 12- 
4-46 ; D unn. 6400. 

36. Broadcast Dec. 6, 1946. © lc 12- 
18-46 ; D unp. 6577. 

37. Broadcast Dec. 13, 1946. © lc 12- 
23-46 ; D unp. 6648. 

BOARDMAN, THELMA HUBBARD. A wom- 
an's place, a play in three acts by Thelma 
Hubbard. © lc 12-16-46 ; Thelma Hubbard 
Boardman, Hollywood ; D unp. 6572. 

THE BOATHOUSE mystery. See The Green 
Hornet. No. 735. 

THE BOB Warren show. See Zwirn, Bernard 
Phillip. 



BOBB, SYDNEY RALPH. Lessons of my life, 
a serious comedy in two acts. © lc 8-7-46 ; 
Sydney Ralph Bobb, Philadelphia D unp. 
4450. 

BOBBY Johnson. See The Lone Ranger. 2174- 
1399. 

BOBBY sox brigade. See Bigelow, Alice. 

BODEEN, DeWITT. Bunner sisters, a play 
in three acts dramatized from Edith Whar- 
ton's story. © lc 6-24-46 ; DeWitt Bodeen, 
Hollywood ; D unp. 3745. 

THE BODY in the ice. See The return of Nick 
Carter. Jan. 27, 1946. 

BOGACH, VICTOR. 

The Fred Allen's crazy commercials con- 
test. Audition script. © lc 6-29-46 ; Victor 
Bogach, Roslindale, Mass. ; D unp. 3867. 

Our listeners say. Radio script. © lc 
8-21-46 ; Victor Bogach, Boston ; D unp. 
4887. 

BOGART, MARY. Fool's paradise, a comedy 
in three acts. © lc 1-21-46 ; Mary Bogart, 
Detroit ; D unp. 6048. 

THE BOHEMIAN girl. See Benz, George 
Hamilton. 

THE BOHEMIANS. See Cramer, Bomar. 

BOKAY, JANOS*. The wife, a play in three 
acts ; English translation by Hans Bartsch. 
© lc 3-19-46 ; Hans Bartsch, New York ; 
D unp. 2166. 

BON marche. See Furber, Douglas. My long- 
est runs and greatest successes. 

THE BONANZA belle. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. No. 409. 

BONAPARTE in Jaffa. See Zweig, Arnold. 

BONGNIE, EMILE DE. Saucy Peg, a comedy 
in five acts ; dramatized from Charles Reade's 
novel, Peg Woffington. © lc 3-2-46 ; Emile 
de Bongnie, Suresnes, France ; D unp. 2349. 

BONHEUR, GASTON, pseud. See Tesseyre, 
Gaston. 

BONNEAU, LEONARD NELSON. Ockey, a 
screwy musical play about screwy people, 
in two acts. Text and music on separate 
leaves. © lc 9—18—46 ; Leonard Nelson Bon- 
neau, Brooklyn ; D unp. 1095. 

BONNEY, JOSEPH L. Look to the lady, a 
play in two acts and one set. © lc 2-8-46 ; 
Joseph Lr Bonney, Brooklyn ; D unp. 653. 

BONTEMPS, ARNA WENDELL. The domino 
masque, a libretto for a musical play in two* 
acts. © lc 8-5-46; Arna Wendell Bon- 
temps, Nashville ; D unp. 4418. 

BOOGIE-WOOGIE course. See Holmes, Mar- 
guerite. 

THE BOOK of Ruth. See The eternal light. 
No. 31. 

BOOKS BRING ADVENTURE. Dramatic 
compositions issued in this series are en- 
tered under their individual authors. 

BOOLACK, CLAUDE. Chansons de Paris, 
numbers 1, 2. Radio script. © lc each 
12—20—46 ; Commercial radio productions, 
inc., Chicago ; D unp. 6645, 6646. 

BOOMERANG. See 
Gaither, Gant. 
The Sheriff. No. 82. 

BOOMERANG frame-up. See The Lone 
Ranger. No. 2090-1315. 

BOOMERANG scheme. See The Lone Ranger. 
No 2027—1252 

BOOSE Y and HAWKES, ltd. The rape of 
Lucretia. See Duncan, Ronald. 

BOOST for heaven. See Dr. Christian. No. 
385. 

BOOTH, WILLIAM RAYMOND. Cinderella's 
party, a theatre and radio feature. © lc 
3-29-46. William Raymond Booth, Dunn's 
Station, Pa. ; D unp. 2300. 

BOOTS and saddles. See Myers, Gustave 
Francis. 

BORDER patrol. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
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BORETZ, ALVIN. Open house, a play in three 
acts. © lc 11-27-46 ; Alvin Boretz, Ar- 
verne, N. Y. ; D imp. 6236. 

BORGIA. See Ranson, Ernita Lascelles. 

BORKON, LOUIS YALE. Lincoln, a drama- 
tization of the life of Abraham Lincoln, in 
the Yiddish language. In three acts. © lc 
7-13-46 ; Louis Yale Borkon, Pittsburgh ; 
D unp. 4630. 

BORN on Monday. See Phillips, Robert. 

BORN unto trouble. See Willis, Moxley 
Waldo, sr. 

BORN yesterday. See Kanin, Garson. 

BORODIN, LAZAR, pseud. See Borodulin, 

BORODULIN, ALEXANDER. Never too late, 
a comedy in three acts by I. J. Alexander, 
pseud. © lc 2-8—46. Alexander Borodulin, 
New York ; D unp. 613. 
BORODULIN, LAZAR. Too early, a play in 
three acts by Lazar Borodin [pseud.] © lc 
4-26-46, Lazar Borodulin, Brooklyn ; D unp. 
2775. 
BORTNER, NORMAN STANLEY. Twist the 
lion's tail, a comedy in three acts by Stanley 
Bortner. © lc 3-23-46 ; Norman Stanley 
Bortner, Baltimore ; D unp. 2258. 
BORTNER, STANLEY. See Bortner, Norman 

Stanley. 
BORUFF, JOHN PERRY, JR. 
Eurydice. See Anouilh, Jean. 
The flies. See Sartre, Jean Paul. 
BOSCH, GEORGE. 

Casey, a dramatic parody of Casey at the 
bat. © lc 6-6—46; George Bosch, Grosse 
Pointe Farms, Mich. ; D unp. 3850. 

It's rainin' rye, a play in one act. © lc 
6-6—46 ; George Bosch, Grosse Pointe Farms, 
Mich. ; D unp. 3848. 
BOSHCO. ELINOR GENE. 

Twilight tales, a series of radio script*. 
© lc each 12-30-45 ; Elinor Gene Boshco, 
Glendale, Calif. 

Abraham Lincoln. C 12. 
Charles Dickens, the boy of the London 
streets. C 8. 

Christopher Columbus, the boy of Genoa. 
C 7. 

Hans Christian Andersen, a boy of old 
Denmark. C 15. 
Jenny Lind. C 13. 

John Paul Jones, the boy of the Atlantic. 
C. 6. 

Mary of Scotland. C 11. 
Mozart, a boy of old Salzburg. C 14. 
Napoleon Bonaparte, the boy from Cor- 
sica. C 9. 

Peter the Great, the boy of the Kremlin. 
C 16. 

Queen Elizabeth. C 10. 
BOSOM of the family. See Free, Marion 

Allen . 
BOSTON girl. See Robinson, Lincoln Fay. 
LA BOTTEGA da caffe. source title. See 

Zoff. Otto. Venetian folly. 
BOTTOMS up. See Gregory, Harold J. 
LES BOUCHES inutiles. See Beauvoir, 

Simone de. 
BOUCICAULT, DION. The octoroon. See 

Miller, Jill. 
BOUDIN, JEAN. A taste of peacetime. See 
Kent, Paul. 

BOUHELIER, SAINT-GEORGES DE. See 

Saint-Georges de BouheJier. 

BOUNCING molecules. See Gibbons, Willis A. 

BOURDET, EDOUARD. P re,T)iece en trois 
actes. Paris, Editions Stock, Delamain et 
Boutelleau, 1943. 174 p. 19 cm. © 

12-30-43 ; lc 8-29-45 ; Edouard Bourdet, 
Paris ; D pub. 2841. 
LE BOURGEOIS gentilhomme. source title. 
See Fernand, Roland F. The would-be 
gentleman. 



BOURKE, JAMES L. Lost and found, a 
sample script for a syndicated radio pro- 
gram with an original format. © lc 
4—15-46; Foster & Davies, inc., Cleveland; 
C 372. 

BOUSCAREN, EVELYN B. See McNulty, 
Evelyn Bouscaren. 

BOUSFIELD, HELEN C. 

No magic now, a play in three acts. 
© lc 5-15-46, H. C. Bousfleld, Sydney, Aus- 
tralia ; D unp. 3107. 

So what ! A play in three acts. © lc 
5—15—46, Helen C. Bousfleld, Sydney, Aus- 
tralia ; D unp. 3106. 

BOVE, CHARLES F. 

The broken bonds, a play in three acts. 
© lc 9-9-46 ; Charles F. Bove, New York ; 
D unp. 5088. 

Doctor Court, play in three acts. © lc 
8-5—46 ; Charles Bove, New York ; D unp. 
4652. 

BOWE, FAITH WILLIS. For works written 
in collaboration with S. Broughton Tall see 
Broughton, Willis, pseud. 

BOWE, MORTIMER CHADBOURNE. Dis- 
possessed, a motion picture scenario by 
Morton Bowe. adapted from a novel pub- 
lished in England in 1870. © lc 5-9-46 ; 
Mortimer Chadbourne Bowe, Dennis Port, 
Mass. ; D unp. 3019. 

BOWE, MORTON. See Bowe, Mortimer 
Chadbourne. 

BOWEN, GLADYS. Wear pink. See Burn- 
ham, Virginia. 

BOWEN, IRA SPRAGUE. The 200-inch tele- 
scope. New York Philharmonic-symphony 
intermission feature. Broadcast Dec. S, 
1946. © lc 12-18-46 : United States rub- 
ber co.. New York ; C 994. 

BOWERS, EVELYN G. The believer. Poem. 
Photocopy (negative). © lc 12-21-45; 
Evelyn G. Bowers, Toledo ; C 61. 

BOWERS, JOHN LEONARD. The atomic 
bombing of Japan. A fireworks spectacle 
with tableaux. Complete instructions for 
staging. 2 leaves. © lc 1-30-46 : John 
Leonard Bowers, Asheville, N. C. ; D unp. 
2903. 

BOWKER. BETRENIA WATT. Adder* s eggs, 
a three act play. © lc 11-15-^6 ; Betrenia 
Watt Bowker, Kansas City, Mo.; D unp. 
6085. 

A BOWL of cherries. See Quin, Shirlartd. 

THE BOX in the cellar. See The Sheriff. 
No. 80. 

THE BOY Alex. See Baxt, George Leonard. 
Alex in Wonderland. 

BOY and angel. See Guild, Helene Heathcote. 
Children in art. 

BOY gets girl. See Pierce, Carl Webster. 

BOY knight of Reims. See Lockhart, Kath- 
arine. 

BOY meets girl. See 

Mahoney. James Taylor. 
S*pewack, Bella. 

THE BOY who cried wolf. See Kahler, 
Hunter. 

A BOY with a drum. See Meek, Neal Law- 
rence. 

BOYD, B. B. The old gray mare ain't—. 
See Cox, M. M. 

BOYD, CAROLINE. Fanny Kemble, a play 
in three acts. © lc 10-15-46 ; Caroline 
Bovd. New York ; D unp. 5407. 

BOYLSTON, MARY LOUISE. The magic hour, 
the variety show for boys and girls. Radio 
script. © lc 12-11-46; Mary Louise Boyl- 
ston, Crewe, Va. ; D unp. 6614. 

BOYNTON, ETHEL STORR. The ravelled 
sleeve, a screen story by Ysobel Boynton 
[pseud.] © lc 9-25-46 ; Ethel Storr Boyn 
ton, Napoles, Mexico ; D unp. 6307. 

BOYNTON, YSOBEL, pseud. See Boynton 
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BOY'S exploration club of America. See Brat- 
ton, Ocier S. 
BOYS in the front room. See Washburn. 

Charles. 
BOZEK, EDWARD G. I swear by Apollo, a 

fantasy in three acts. © le 11-15-45 ; 

Edward G. Bozek. Cleveland ; D unp. 10. 
BOZELL AND JACOBS, INC. 

Penmaster quiz. no. 1. See Storey, H. 
Carlton. 

Reynolds penmaster quiz, no. 12. See 
Storey, H. Carlton. 
BOZEMAN. WILFRED BOSWALD. SR. De- 
liverance, a religious drama in five episodes, 

portraying the redemption of a lost soul. 

© lc 10-4-46 : Wilfred Boswald Bozeman, 

sr., S"t. Louis ; D unp. 5385. 
BRAAF, IRVING. Operation Jackpot. See 

Keller, Peter. 
BRAASCH, WILLIAM K. Service; — the key 

to satisfied owners, a special lecture on sales 

and service for aircraft dealers and fixed 

base operators. © lc 1—4-46 ; W. K. 

Braasch. Evanston, 111. ; C 26. 
BRACKEN, EDWARD V. See The Eddie 

Bracken show. 
BRACKEN PRODUCTIONS, INC. See The 

Eddie Bracken show. 
BRADBURY. RAY. Killer, come back to me. 

See Ruscoll, Joseph. 
BRADLEY, J. CHAPMAN. El angel que se 

nego a cantar. See Valazquez, Luis Pastor. 
BRADY, BETTY. 

The family fair. Radio script no. 1. © 

lc 10-20—46 ; Croslev corp., Cincinnati ; 

C 797. 

Listen ladies. Radio script no. 1, Sept. 

25, 1946. © lc 9-27-46 ; Crosley corp., 

Cincinnati ; C 745. 
BRAHMS, NATALIE. Merrily we love, a 

play in two acts. © lc 3-4—16 ; Natalie 

Brahms, Los Angeles ; D unp. 910. 
BRAILLARD, JOHN VICTOR. The man 

with the vivid mind. Radio script. © lc 

1—3^6 : John Victor Braillard, Paterson, 

N. J. ; D unp. 25. 
BRAIN trust session. See Grossman, Harry. 
THE BRAINS trussed. See Melford, Austin. 

Your face is familiar and other sketches. 
BRANCATO, PRANCES. Silent gem murder, 

an original screen play. © lc 5—7—46 ; 

Frances Brancato, Philadelphia ; D unp. 

3009. 
BRANCH, FRANK. Man on the loose, a 

comedy in three acts. © lc 8-6—46 ; Frank 

Branch, New York ; D unp. 4415. 
BRAND, OTTO. The mute witness ; or, Be- 
ware of fishbones. A play in a prologue 

and three acts. [Vienna, Gloriette-Verlag, 

1946] 99 p. 

English version of Der stumme Zeuge ; 

or, Hiiten sie Rich vor griiten. © 9—2—46 ; 

2c 11-14-46 ; Otto Brand, New York ; D pub. 

6197. 
THE BRAND of the Drakes. See Bennett, 

Mabel Keightlev. 
BRANDEIS, BETTY. Introduction to Italian 

art ; how to enjoy looking at paintings. 

Lecture. © lc 11-12-46 ; Betty Brandeis, 

New York ; C 841. 
BRANDEIS. See The eternal light. No. 14. 
BRANDINGER, LEO. Variations on a love 

theme, a play in one scene. © lc 8-20-46 ; 

Leo Brandinger, New York ; D unp. 4628. 
BRANDON, ARTHUR JAY. 

Experiment number five, a fantasy in 

three acts. © lc 6-6-46 ; Arthur Jay 

Brandon, Hollywood, Fla. ; D unp. 3412. 
The magic pool, a story of old Arabia in 

three acts, by Milo [pseud.] © lc 9-26-46 ; 

Arthur Jay Brandon, Alliance, O. ; D unp. 

5107. 
BRANDON, BRUCE, pseud. See Braun, 

Wilbur. 



BRANDSTATTER, ROMAN. Doktor Sem- 
melweis, ein drama in drei akten. © lc 
11—30—46 ; Theaterverlag Kurt Reiss, Basel, 
Switzerland ; D unp. 6658. 

BRANDT, JEAN. Bal musette. See Stolz, 
Robert. 

BRANDT, Johannes. See Brandt, Jean. 

BRANDT, MAE. You've often heard, a radio 
script by Mae and Ruth Brandt. © lc 
12-20-46 ; Mae and Ruth Brandt, Brook- 
lyn ; D unp. 6641. 

BRANDT, RUTH. You've often heard. See 
Brandt, Mae. 

BRANSBY, LILLIAN. Forgotten heritage. 
See Waters, Maisie Turner. 

BRASH, ARTHUR FRANCIS. The devil in 
the closet, a play in two acts by Arthur 
Francis Brash and Frances Davenport. © 
lc 4-19-46 ; Arthur Francis Brash, Beverly 
Hills, Calif. : D unp. 2673. 

BRASS, RALPH. Smoky. See Turner, E. 
Alfred. 

BRATTON, OCIER S.' 

Boys' exploration club of America. Open- 
ing pi-ogram ; a proposed nation wide radio 
program designed for the development of 
future markets. © lc 11-15-46 ; Ocier S. 
Bratton, Detroit : C 944. 

Boy's exploration club of America, Radio 
program no. 2. © 1 c 11—15-46 ; Ocier S. 
Bratton, Detroit ; D unp. 6316. 

BRAUN, DAVID H. A child's garden of man- 
ners. See Niesen, Barnev. 

BRAUN, GILBERT. See Adventures of Frank 
Merriwell. 

BRAUN, RUTH. See Adventures of Frank 
Merriwell. 

BRAUN, WILBUR. Out of this world, a new 
and exciting farce-comedy in three acts by 
Bruce Brandon [psued]. New York, 
French : [etc.] c 1945. 100 p. diagr. 18y 2 c,n . 
© 12-12-45 ; 2c 2-6-46 ; Samuel French, 
New York : D pub. 577. 

BRAUNSTEIN, BILL. Murder thrillers with 
inspector Miller. Radio script. © lc 6- 
2S-45 ; Transcribed radio shows, New York ; 
D unp. 3721. 

BRAVE. ROBERT ELLIS. The end of the 
world, a plea for the U. N. © lc 11-5-46 ; 
Robert Ellis Brave, Brooklyn ; C 815. 

BRAVE MAN. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2166-1391. 

THE BRAVE understanding. See O'Dea, John 
Bassitv. 

BRAYTON, GRACE MORSE. Johnny. See 
Morse, Samuel. 

BRAZIL, WALDO HAGGBERG. The old 
church bell, descriptive poem for radio pro- 
gram. © lc 9—11—46 : Waldo Haggberg Bra- 
zil. Oakland, Calif. : D unp. 5449. 

BREACHHEAD. See Brown, Stanley Dorr. 

BREAD and love. See Sanford, William 
Craig. 

THE BREAD basket. See Harris, Elmer. 

BREAKFAST. See Cohen, Elliot J. 

BREAKFAST boy. See Bernstein, Sylvia 

BREAKFAST table auiz : the Jap soldier. See 

Kelley, Lawrence Thomas. 
BREAKFAST with Derek and Daphne. See 

Toklas, Maxwell. 
BREAKING point. . See Rosenfeld, Paul. 

Decision. 
BREAKWATER. See Weil, Raymond. 
BRECHER, IRVING. See The life of Riley. 
BRECHT, BERTOLD. The Duchess ofMalfi. 

See Auden. Wvstan Hugh. 
BREED. EDGAR R. The Allison scandal, a 

comedv in three acts by Edgar Breed and 

Mari Hayes: © lc 9-1-43 : Edsrar R. Breed, 

rvnvnhririsre, Mass. : D unp. 85230. 
BRET Harte. See St. Clair, Robert. 
BREWSTER. MAY M. Jesus loves me. See 

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BREWSTER, TOWNSEND TYLER. My fair 
lady, a play in three acts. © lc 9-17-46; 
Townsend Tyler Brewster, Jamacia, N. Y. ; 
D unp. 4911. 

BRIDAL shower. See Bates, Esther Willard. 

BRIDE and gloom. See Kaser, Arthur Le Roy. 

BRIDE and prejudice. See Baker, Elliott. 

A BRIDE for the Cisco Kid. -See The Cisco 
Kid. No. 111A. 

BRIDE ship. See Jacobs, Jack. 

THE BRIDE sleeps alone. See Kennedy, 
Martin Alphons. 

THE BRIDE wore black. See The Shadow, 
May 12, 1946. 

BRIDES to burn. See Tobias, Jay. 

THE BRIDGE. See 
Osborn, Paul. 
Willson, Winifred. 

BRIDGE of sighs. See Pertwee, Roland. 

BRIDGERS, ANN PRESTON. Miss Sally, a 
play in three acts. © lc 12-8—46 ; Ann 
Preston Bridgers, Raleigh, N. C. ; D unp. 
6467. 

BRIDGET Burton. See Hunter, A. L. 

BRIDGMAN, MARGARET. 

Hold your wish, a comedy in two acts 
with music, by Irys Vorel [pseud.] Dia- 
logue adapted for the" theater by Louis 
Verdi. © lc 5-11-46 ; Margaret Bridgman, 
Canadensis, Pa. ; new matter : revisions and 
additions ; D unp. 3040. Prev. reg. Make 
a wish, 12-17-42 ; D unp. 82966. 

Hold your wish, a comedy with music in 
two acts, book and lyrics by Irys Vorel 
[pseud.] music by E. M. Gerston. Text 
only. © lc 9-13-46 ; Margaret Bridgman, 
Canadensis. Pa. ; new matter : revision and 
additions ; D unp. 4903. 

BRIGGS, MARIAN. In Bethlehem of Juda, 
a nativity play, London, French [1946] 
23 p. 19 cm. (French's acting edition) 
© 5-4-46 ; lc 7-12-46 ; Samuel French, 
ltd., London ; D pub. 4049. 

BRIGHOUSE, HAROLD. Albert Gates), a 
comedy in one act. London, French 
[1945] 24 p. 18% cm. (French's acting 
edition © 12-24-45 ; lc 7-12-4K ; Samuel 
French, ltd.. London ; D pub. 4047. 

THE BRIGHT sun. See Cicerale, Law- 
rence V. 

BRIGHTEN the corner. See Holm, John 
Cecil. 

BRIGHTON, BRUCE, pseud. See Lurch, 
Bruce John. 

BRILL, ETHEL CLAIRE. Madeleine takes 
command. See Piatt, Helen. 

BRILL. FLORENCE. The regeneration of 
Stanley Upjohn. See Welles, Ralph Emer- 
son. 

BRING them back alive. See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. Happy ending. 

BRINGING home no bacon. See Nelson, Mil- 
ton Andrew. 

BRINGING up daughter. See Zander, Norman. 

BRINGING up mother. See St. Clair, Robert. 

BRINTON, JASPER Y. The Odyssey of 
Homer, the greatest story in the world, 
being the strange and wonderful adventures 
of Ulysses (Odysseus). Screen play based 
on the original text. © lc 9-25-46 ; Jasper 
Y. Brinton, Philadelphia ; D unp. 5045. 

BROADWAY opening. See Reinherz, Leona 
Gosman. 

BROADWAY riot. See Tracy, Jules Edward. 

BRODIE, RUTH S. The Jennings heritage. 
See Wise, James Waterman. 

BRODNEY, KAY. Obituary, a play in one 
act. © lc 3-1-46 ; Kay Brodney, New York ; 
D unp. 894. 

BRODY, EDMUND E. 

Justice ; or, The past returns, A play in 
two acts of three scenes each. © lc 3-2-46 ; 
Edmund E. Brody, Boston ; D unp. 903. 

The singing soldier ; or, Special duty. A 
comedy drama, with songs, in two acts. © 



lc 3-2-46 ; Edmund E. Brody, Boston ; D 
unp. 904. 

THE BROKEN bonds. See Bove, Charles F. 

A BROKEN home. See Neely, Bennie Ehrman. 

THE BROKEN promise. See Henderson, Min- 
nie A. Criswell. 

BROMLEY, HARALD. 

Caligula. See Camus, Albert. 
The eagle has two heads, a play in three 
acts by Jean Cocteau, adapted by Harald 
Bromley. © lc 11-16-46 ; Harald Bromley, 
New York ; D unp. 6452. 

BROOKLYN COLLEGE RADIO GUILD. 
Death of an intellectual. See Kaplan, Mar- 
vin W. 

BROOKS, CHARLES BENTON. 

The Iliad. (Classics in comedy.) Radio 
script. © lc 8-3-46 ; Charles Benton 
Brooks, Jackson, Miss. ; D unp. 4453. 

Life of Cellini. (Classics in comedv.) 
Radio script. © lc 8-3-46 ; Charles Benton 
Brooks, Jackson, Miss. ; D unp. 4454. 

BROOKS, EVERETT L. These young Amer- 
icans. See Warner, Cora M. 

BROOKS, FRONA M. Kohinoor, a musical 
comedy by Leslie Brooks [pseud.] Text 
only. © lc 1-6-46 ; Frona M. Brooks, Wash- 
ington ; D unp. 399. 

BROOKS, LESLIE, pseud. See Brooks, Frona 
M. 

BROOKS, WALTER. Miss Emmeline takes 
off, source title. See Wood, Peggy. Heavens 
above. 

BROONES, MARTIN. See The Hallmark 
Charlotte Greenwood show. 

BROTHER'S love. See Farris, Campbell 
James. 

THE BROUGHT-ON saint. See Dr. Christian. 
No. 410. 

BROUGHTON, JAMES R. The condemned 
playground, a choreographic drama in one 
act. © lc 6-2-46 ; James R. Broughton, San 
Francisco ; D unp. 3349. 

BROUGHTON, W. FRED. 

All other dreams, an original comedy in 
one act. © lc 12-29-45 ; W. Fred Brough- 
ton, Mystic, Conn. ; D unp. 16. 

Through open doors, a fantasy in one act. 
© lc 1-9-46 ; W. Fred Broughton, Mystic, 
Conn. : D unp. 130. 

BROUGHTON, WILLIS, pseud. That young 
person, a romance in two acts. © lc 6-6— 
46 : Faith Willis Bowe & S. Broughton Tall, 
Baltimore; D unp. 3449. [Willis Brough- 
ton is the pseud, of Faith Willis Bowe and 
S. Broughton Tall] 

BROWDER, WILLIAM. Denise, an intimate 
operetta : book and lyrics by Bill Browder 
and William Whiting, music bv Ignatz 
Waghalter. Text only. © lc 5-11-46 ; 
William Whiting, New York : D unp. 3021. 

BROWN, ALBERT M. The case of Private 
Johnny Doe, a play in one act, in ten short 
scenes. Boston, Baker's plays ; [etc., 1946] 
26 p.' 19 cm. (Baker's royalty plavs) © 
8-7-46 ; 2c 8-8-46 : Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston ; D pub. 4542. 

BROWN, BESSIE. 

The dream ; or, The ideal state. A play 
in four acts. © lc 1—8—46 ; Bessie Brown, 
New York ; D unp. 561. 

On a farm, a play in two scenes. © lc 
2-19—46 : Bessie Brown, New York ; D unp. 
764. 

BROWN. BETH. The Blue Casino ; or, The 
New Orleans story. A play in two acts. 
© lc 4-15-46 ; Beth Brown, New York ; D 
unp. 2737. 

BROWN, DAVE. 

Artist's sketch book. Audition script. 
© lc 8—29—46 ; Crosley Corp., Cincinnati ; 
C 692. 

Bureau of missing tunes, no. 12, Radio 
script, June 5, 1946. © lc 6-7-46 ; Crosley 
corp., Cincinnati ; C 543. 

Curly Sparks and Vicki. Audition script. 



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© lc 7-11-46 ; Crosley Corp., Cincinnati ; 
D nnp. 413G. 

Homer and Jethro, Radio script, May 4, 
1946. © lc 5-9-40 ; Crosley Corp., Cincin- 
nati : C 447. 

Judv goes a'visitin'. Radio script no. 1. 
© lc '5-16-46; Crosley corp.j Cincinnati; 
D nnp. 3473. i ^ 

Luckv penny club. Audition script. © 
lc S-29-46 ; Crosley Corp., Cincinnati ; C 
693. 

Luckv penny club. Radio script no. 1, 
Nov. 19. 1946. © lc 11-21-46; Crosley 
broadcasting Corp.. Cincinnati ; C 886. 

Merry-go-round club. Radio program. © 
lc 12-15-46 ; Crosley broadcasting Corp., 
Cincinnati : C 991. 

Musical kaleidoscope. Radio script no. 1, 
Oct. 2. 1946. © lc 9-30-46 ; Crosley Corp.. 
Cincinnati ; C 747. 

The Pixie club. Audition recording. © 
lc 12-7—46 : Crosley broadcasting corp., Cin- 
cinnati ; C 961. 

Sbelf of melody. Radio scripts, .Tune 
14, 1946. © lc 6-17-46 ; Crosley Corp., 
Cincinnati : C 538. 

BROWN, F. WYNDHAM. Pity the poor rich ! 
A comedv in three acts by F. Wyndham Mal- 
lock [pseudl. © lc 11-26-45; F. Wynd- 
ham Brown, London ; D imp. 556. New ver- 
sion of This way madam. 

BROWN, FRANK ROBINSON. Microphonia, 
an original script for presentation on radio, 
in theatres, night clubs, auditorium, etc. 
© lc 5-5-46 ; Frank Robinson Brown, Los 
Angeles : C 411. 

BROWN, HARRY. A sound of hunting, a 
play in three acts? by Hirry Brown : intro- 
duction bv John Mason Brown. New York, 
Knopf, 1946 [ c 1945] 176 p. illus. 19 cm. 
Introduction appeared in the "Saturday 
review of literature" and is copyrighted, 
1945, bv Saturday Review associates, inc. 
© 6-12-46 ; 2c 6-19-46 ; Harry Brown, 
Brentwood. Calif. : D pub. 4474. 

BROWN, HIMAN. Defense attorney. See 
Sloane, Robert. 

BROWN, JOHN MASON. A sound r bf hunt- 
ing. See Brown, Harin*- " y . Vi 

BROWN, KAHRYN M. ^ uR &et> ■ _ 

Ensign junior grade. ? T . ' ,, h T. 
Very much the wom^ e „ lgn £' J™3 T John T. 

BROWN. KAY. See Br+t- See hchm M. 

BROWN, MARGARET _ „. T ,e selfish 
giant. See Wilde, Ost See ine L,o 

BROWN, MARION MAI ;The old 

fly's tale, a play with mus/t in J? ^wo acts ; 
music and lyrics by Michael Martin Brown 
[pseud.] book by Michael Brown and Erin 
Ford [pseud.] © lc 6-19-46: Marion M. 
Brown, II, Bronxville, N. Y. ; D unp. 1083. 

BROWN. MICHAEL MARTIN, pseud. See 
Brown, Marion Martin, II. 

BROWN, RICHARD WALTER. 

Cotton gal, a play in three acts. © lc 
2-7-46 ; Richard Walter Brown, Philadel- 
phia • D unp. 616. 

The labvrinth, a play in three acts. © lc 
7-26-46 ; Richard Walter Brown, Philadel- 
phia ; D unp. 4300. 

The miserable critter, a play in one act. 
© lc 6-4-46 ; Richard Walter Brown, Phila- 
delphia : D unp. 3397. 

The pit. a one act play. © lc 6-11-46 ; 
Richard Walter Brown, Philadelphia ; D unp. 
3516. 

The prodigal, a dramatic legend in six 
scenes. © lc 3-30-46, Richard Walter 
Brown. Philadelphia ; D unp. 2298. 

Sunset and evening star, a comedy in 
three acts. © lc 5-23-46 ; Richard Walter 
Brown, Philadelphia ; D unp. 3264. 

BROWN, SARA COWLEY. See Cowley-Brown, 
Sara. 

BROWN, STANLEY DORR. Breachhead, a 
comedy in three acts. © lc 5-14-46 ; Stan- 



lev Dorr Brown, Bradford, Pa. ; D unp. 3034. 

BROWNE, FRANCES. 

Sour and civil. See Reisewitz, Ellen Anna. 
The story of Childe Charity. See Reise- 
witz, Ellen Anna. 

BROWNE, RAYMOND. Store front, a com- 
edy in three acts. © lc 6-5-46 ; Raymond 
Browne, Plandome, N. Y. ; D unp. 3398. 

BROWNING, ROBERT. The Pied Piper of 
Hamelin. See Shaw, 'Artie. 

BROWNSTONE citadel. See Foch, Dirk. 

BRUCE, STANLEY. The failure, a play in 
one act. © lc 7-24-46 ; Stanley Bruce, Los 
Angeles ; D unp. 4254. 

BRUCKNER, FERDINAND, pseud. See Tag- 
ger, Theodor. 

BRULL, SILVIA. A foreign affair, a musical 
comedy in three acts. Text only. © lc 
11-14-46 ; Silvia Brull, Ottawa ; D unp. 
5968. 

BRUNELL, HENRY. Mama and papa, a com- 
edy in three acts. © lc 3-24-46 ; Henry 
Brunell, New York ; D unp. 2228. 

BRUNNER, HANS. Abschied von Wien. See 
Alberich, John. 

BRUSH-OFF. See Robinson, David. 

BRYAN, JOSEPH BLACKSHEAR. Mail or- 
der Sherlock, a play in three acts. Joseph 
Blackshear Bryan, Pasadena, Calif. ; © lc 
6-24-46, D unp. 3692 ; lc 7-1-46 ; D unp. 
3833 

BRYANT-TALBOT, ONA. Beethoven music 
drama, in three acts. Text only. © 4-3-46 ; 
2c 4-5-46 ; Ona Bryant-Talbot, New York ; 
D. pub. 2442. 

BRYLAWSK1, EDWARD. My relationship to 
Cookie, mv granddaughter. Lecture. Parts 
I-III. © lc each 3-21-46 ; Albert A. Lampl 
and Edward Brylawski, Philadelphia ; C 
294-296. 

BUBLICK, DAVID. The truth serum. See 
Exploring the unknown, Oct. 6, 1946. 

BUBLICK, JUDITH. The truth serum. See 
Exploring the unknown, Oct. 6, 1946. 

BUCHALTER, BEVERLY. Hoaxes. See 
Ross, James. 

BUCHWALD, CHARLOTTE. See Harmon, 
Charlotte Buchwald. 

BUCK. DORIS PITKIN. Two-bit oracle. One 
scene. © lc 1-1—46 ; Doris Pitkin Buck, 
Arlington, Va. ; D unp. 17. 

BUCKLE my shoe. See Hyatt, Dave. 

BUCKY, FRIDA SARSEN. 

Fala. a dramatic musical. Text and 
music on separate leaves. © lc 9—4—46 ; 
Frida Sarsen Bucky, New Y'ork ; D unp. 
1114.. 

Hello ! I'm Adelaine ! Radio scripts 
© lc 9-4-46 ; Frida Sarsen Bucky, New- 
York ; D unp. 4843. 

Teeny, the story of a marionette. © lc 
9-4—46 ; Frida Sarsen Bucky, New York ; 
D ump. 1113. 

BUDDY goes literary. See McMullen, J. C. 

BUDGET selling. See Wilding picture pro- 
ductions, inc. 

BUELL, IRWIN A. Adirondack Annie, musi- 
cal play in two acts. Text only. © lc 
5-4-46 ; Irwin A. Buell, West Hartford, 
Conn. : D unp. 3611. 

BUELOW, LEE. See Buelow, Leola. 

BUELOW, LEOLA. 

Dinner at the doctor's ; program 1 of 
a dramatic radio series. © lc 4—26—46, 
Leola Buelow, New York ; D unp. 2782. 

Maid-to-order, a comedy with music, in 
one act and three scenes ; book by Lee 
Buelow, lyrics by Joan Chamberlain ; 
adapted from an idea by Ruth Fisk and 
Helen Zywiecka. Text only. © lc 4-26^46, 
Leola Buelow, New York ; D unp. 2784. 

A perfect technique. See Halprinv 
George. 

Your Hollywood quiz, a sample one- 
minute spot for a radio series. © lc 
5-26-46 ; Leola Buelow, New York ; C 456. 



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BUFFUM, RAY. Commissioner of police, an 
audition script. © lc 11-22—46 ; Trans- 
world productions, Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 
D unp. 6095. 

BUG in a rug. See Latshaw, George Tar- 
rant. 

BUGBEE, WILLIS N. 

Aunt Betsy's Christmas splurge, a one- 
act play. Syracuse, N. Y., Bugbee, c 1946. 
14 p. 18% cm. (Bugbee's Christmas 
plays) © 9-18-46 ; 2c 9-21-46 ; Willis N. 
Bugbee co., Syracuse, N. Y. ; D pub. 5153. 

Christmas on Old MacDonald's farm, a 
play in one act. Syracuse, N. Y., Bugbee, 
*1946. 15 p. 18% cm. (Bugbee's Christ- 
mas plays) © 9-18-46 ; 2c 9-21-46 ; Willis 
N. Bugbee co., Syracuse, N. Y. ; D pub. 5152. 

BUGBEE (WILLIS N.) COMPANY, claimant. 
Aunt Betsy's Christmas splurge. See 
Bugbee, Willis N. 

Christmas on Old MacDonald's farm. 
See Bugbee, Willis N. 

Girls are like that. See Stone, James 
Floyd. 

Off-and-on again Bill. See Stone, James 
Floyd. 

Uncle Godfrey's ghost. See Kaser Stew- 
art. 

BUILD me straight. See Parker, Phyllis. 

THE BUILDING of the ark. See Taylor, 
Norman Ross. 

BULBS — their selection and care. See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 

BULL song. See Ellis, Salone Rebecca. 

BULLOCK, WALTER. Great to be alive a 
musical whodunit ; book by Walter Bullock 
and Sylvia Regan, music by Abraham Ell- 
stein. Text only. © lc 2-8-46 ; Walter 
Bullock and Sylvia Regan, New York ; new 
matter : revision ; D unp. 2545. Prev. reg. 
Do not disturb, 7-28-44, D unp. 89827. 

THE BULLY. See Challenge of the Yukon. 
No. 422. 

BUNCE FRANK. Too near the sun, a play 
in three acts. © lc 12-16-46 : Frank 
Bunce, San Diego, Calif. ; D unp. 6558. 

BUNNER sisters. See Bodeen, DeWitt. 

THE BUNNY beat. See Green, E. Mawby. 

BURDETTE, GENE. Luck o' the Irish. 
Radio program. © Gene Burdette Holly- 
wood. 

2. Hair again for Harrigan ; © lc 1—28- 
46 ; D unp. 417. 

3. Local vocal yokel ; © lc 4-30-46 ; D 
unp 2831. 

BURDICK, HULDAH N. Banny boy. See 
Burdick, Orel Z. 

BURDICK, OREL Z. Banny boy, a domestic 
comedy in three acts bv Orel Z. Burdick and 
Huldah N. Burdick. © lc 8-4-46 ; Orel Z. 
Burdick and Huldah N. Burdick, Hart, 
Mich. : D unp. 4372. 

BUREAU of missing tunes, no. 1. See Par- 
sons, Jim. 

BUREAU of missing tunes, no. 12. See Brown, 
Dave. 

BURGLAR alarm. See Beith J. H. 

BURIED rails. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2068-1293. 

BURKE. ELIZABETH. See Baumgartner, 
Elizabeth Burke. 

BURKE, HOWELL M., JR. Barny's barber 
shop. Skit 1, Aug. 11 1945. Radio script. 
© lc 8-22— i5 ; Howell M. Burke, jr., Chi- 
cago ; D unp. 652. 

BURN-D-LITE. See Kuyler, B. Howard. 

BURNETT, MURRAY. 

The frightened detective, by Murray Bur- 
nett and Charles Stubblefleld. © lc 4-5-46 ; 
Murray Burnett and Charles Stubblefield, 
New York ; D unp. 2439. 

Transatlantic voyage, a half-hour dra- 
matic radio series, by Murray Burnett and 
Max Ehrlich. © lc 9-5—46 ; Murray Bur- 



nett, New York & Max Ehrlich, Kew Gar- 
dens. N. Y. ; D unp. 4982. 

BURNHAM. VIRGINIA. Wear pink, a musi- 
cal comedy in two acts ; book and lyrics by 
Gladys Bowen, music by Virginia Burnham. 
Text and music on separate leaves. © lc 
4—25—46 ; Gladys Bowen, New York ; D unp. 
1044. . 

BURNS, FRED H. 

Studies in crimes nos. 1—15. © lc each 
8-15—46 ; Fred H. Burns. Fort Benning, Ga. 

1. The deadline. D unp. 4558. 

2. The hand of guilt. D unp. 4559. 

3. Blood will tell. D unp. 4560. 

4. The man in the glass. D unp. 4561. 

5. The modern Solomon. D unp. 4562. 

6. The drift of death D unp. 4563. 

7. Death never takes a holiday. D unp. 
4564. 

8. Science helps Cupid. D unp. 4565. 

9. The frame-up. D unp. 4566. 

10. The case of the 32 bullet. D unp. 
4567. 

11. The chicken coop case. D unp. 4568. 

12. The trap. D unp. 4569. 

13. Hairs and tires D unp. 4570. 

14. The case for fingerprinting. D unp. 
4571. 

15. The poisoner. D unp. 4572. 
BURNS, PERSIA THURTELL. Dolores, a 

play in three acts. © lc 3-15-46 : Persia 
Thurtell Burns. Washington ; D unp. 2127. 

BURNS, ROBERT. -See Munsell, Warren 
Perry, jr., The jolly beggar. 

BURR. DONALD. Katie comes across. See 
Dennis, Gene. 

BURROWS, ABRAM S. See Holiday and 
company. 

BURSCOUGH, JOHN. Garson pas, a comedy 
in three acts for young men. San Francisco, 
Lennon [1946] 80 p. diagr. 21 V 2 cm. © 
9-15-46 : lc 9-25-46 : lc 10-25-46 ; John 
A. Lennon. San Francisco : D pub. 6322. 

BURTON, JOHN ALEXANDER. Phases of 
college life, a film script. © lc 11-1-46 ; 
John Alexander Burton, Philadelphia ; D 
unp. 6311. 

BURY the past. See Ravicovitz, Murray N. 

BUSCANDO un *Vr»^bre raro. See Aviles, 
Juan. "D u/,j,. 130. 

BUSCHHTON, WILL See Busch, George Ed- 
ward.", a romance i 

BUSCH, itn Willis Bot) WARD . Sister cat, a 
one ae^: D « n P- Edward Busch. © lc 
8-18-4^ P sei r lfl - Edward Busch, Munhall, 
Pa • : D .{hton Tayi 

BUSCHI^^jUhn' PRESTON. Murder kills 
me, a comedy in three acts and no murders, 
by Jack Preston. © lc 12-3-46 ; John Pres- 
ton Buschlen, AKA Jack Preston, Van Nuys, 
Calif. :'<D unp". 6367. 

BUSFIELD, ROGER MELVIL, JR. Little 
Bostick, a' one act playlet for children. © 
lc 2-3-46 ; Roger Melvil Busfield, jr., Aus- 
tin. Tex. : D unp. 2824. 

BUSH, A. M. For the bitter and the sweet, 
a play in three acts. © lc 6-6-46 ; A. M. 
Bush, Brooklyn : D unp. 3452. 

BUSH-FEKETE, LESLIE. The big two, a 
comedy in three acts by L. Bush-Fekete and 
Mary Helen Fay. © lc 4-12-46 ; Leslie 
Bush-Fekete, Los Angeles ; D unp. 2611. 

A BUSINESS heart. See Snow, Alice Taylor. 

BUSS, CARL A. 

Davtime queen, a comedy in three acts. 
© lc 12-18-46 ; Carl A. Buss, New York ; 
new matter ; revision of plot and dialogue ; 
D unp. 6574. Prev. reg. 2-4-43 ; D unp. 
83220. 

Hollv Hill, a play in three acts. © lc 
3-5-46 ; Carl A. Buss, New York ; D unp. 
943. 

Only to be kind, a play in two acts by 
Carl A. Buss and Blaine Cordner. © lc 
12-18-46 ; Carl A. Buss and Blaine Cordner, 



22 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS, LECTURES 



v. 19, 1946 



New York : new mutter : plot and dialogue 
revised : D imp. G575. Prev. reg. 3-13-43 ; 
1) imp. 83828. 

BIT fair tomorrow. -See Parkhirst, Douglass 
F. 

BUT for the grace of God. See Clapp, Charles. 
Lonsdale, Frederick. 

BUT not for love. -Sec Lee, Virgil Jackson, jr. 

BUT the dead walk alone. -See Tepperman, 
Emile C. 

BUTCH. See MacDonald, Dora Mary. 

BUTHORN, MARK FREDERICK. A message 
from Santa, by Mark F. Buthorn and Ted 
V. Dunikoski. For oral delivery. © lc 
11-9-46; Mark Frederick Buthorn and 
Theodore Vincent Dunikoski, New York ; C 
S4^. 

BUTLER, WILLIAM. Devil may care. See 
Diamond, Richard. 

BUTLER. WILLIAM H. Let's forget papa; 
or, I'll forget papa. A play in six scenes, 
four acts. © lc 1-2-46 ; William H. Butler, 
New York : D unp. 38. 

BUTTER side down. See Meeter, Leonard. 

BUTTERFLY. -See Unger, David. 

BUTTERWORTH, WALLACE. The inter- 
collegiate quiz. Radio program, broadcasts 
Jan. 26 and Feb. 14, 1946. © lc each 
2-22-46 ; Wallace Butterworth, Flushing 
N. Y. : C 204, 205. 

BUTTITTA, ANTHONY. Diggin' the ring, a 
folk opera in two acts by Anthony Buttitta 
and Lawrence Gellert ; suggested by Wag- 
ner's ring cycle, augmented by native Amer- 
ican folk material. Text only. © lc 6-6- 
-)6 : Anthonv Buttitta and Lawrence Gellert 
New York ; D unp. 3730. 

BUTTS. DOROTHY WORTHINGTON. East- 
ward in Eden, the love story of Emily Dick- 
inson, in three acts. © lc 3—7—46 ; Doro- 
thy Butts Gardner, New York : new matter : 
revisions ; D unp. 3312. Prev. reg. 4—25—45, 
D unp. 93252. 

BUY and sell. -See Frank Stanley Newton. 

BY and other name. -See Elias, George S. 

BY death deferred. -See Dr. Christian. No. 
406. 

BY Jupiter ! -See Wilding picture productions, 
inc. 

A BY-LINE for St, Luke. -See Lorenzen, 
Ronald. 

BY special delivery. -See Light, Mary Danis. 

BY wagon and flatboat. -See Schmidt, Doro- 
thy C. 

BY weight of numbers. -See The Lone Ranger. 
No. 2014-1239. 

BY which we live. See Wilding picture pro- 
ductions inc. 

BYNG. EDWARD JOHN. A legend of Vienna, 
a play in three acts. © lc 1-22-46 ; Ed- 
ward J. Byng, New York ; D unp. 296. 

BYRD, MILTON BRUCE. Kilroy is here. 
See Pike, James Albert. 

BYRDIE'S bill. See Skinner Ruth Hargrave. 

BYRNE, JOHN. Hidden hunger. -See Ex- 
ploring the unknown, Jan. 27, 1946. 

BYRNE, JOHN JOSEPH. 

The garden of Lisieux, a complete sce- 
nario with directions sets, and characters, 
written exclusively for movie production. 
© lc 8-29-46 : John Joseph Byrne, Garri- 
son, N. Y. ; D unp. 4742. 

A girl for Gilson ; a comedy in three acts. 
© lc 2—3—46 : John Joseph Byrne, New 
York ; D unp. 517. 

The revolt of the alphabet. Monologue. 
© lc 7-13-46 ; John Joseph Byrne, New 
York ; D unp. 4062. 

BYRON, GEORGE GORDON NOEL BYRON, 
Manfred. -See Schick, Elliot. 

BYRON, MILTON P. For art's sake, a new 
comedy in three acts by Ted Byron. © lc 
1-22-46 ; Milton P. Byron, New York ; D 
unp. 270. 



BYRON, PAUL. Slampoons a comedy of 
parallels in two acts. © lc 4—16—46; Paul 
Byron, New York ; D unp. 2652. 

BYRON, TED. See Byron, Milton P. 



C. I. C. and tour service. -See Jam Handy 
organization, inc. 

C. M. H. episode 7. -See Holland, Gerald. 

THE CABIN at Rocky mountain. -See The 
Lone Ranger. No. 2081-1306. 

CADMIUM. See Roberts, Ethel Wallace. 

CAFE au lait. -See Comparet, Jack Wheler. 

CAFE rendezvous. -See Weiss, Ernest Raoul. 

CAILLAVA, RAYMOND. Anne et le dragon, 
piece en trois actes et douze tableaux. 
© lc 5-8—46 ; Raymond Caillava, Paris ; 
D unp. 4200. 

CALAMITY Jane. -See 

Hawkes, Frederick William. 
Seiler, Conrad. 

CALANTJIS, JOHN ANTHONY. Blessed are 
they that mourn, a tragedy in three acts. 
© lc 8-9—46 ; John Anthony Calantjis, 
New York ; D unp. 4476. 

CALDWELL, FRED. Miss Chatterbox, a 
beguiling comedy in three acts. New York, 
French ; [etc.] c 1946. 105 p. diagm. 18% 
cm. © 6-14-46 ; 2c 6-23-46 ; Samuel 
French, New York ; D pub. 3714. 

CALDWELL, MONITA. Love is a song, a 
comedy in three acts by Monita Caldwell 
and Helen Kerr. © lc 1-10-46 ; Monita 
Caldwell and Helen Kerr, Highland Park, 
111. ; D unp. 136. 

CALHOUN, THONNIS WATSON. Josephine, 
a play in three acts. © lc 6—7—46 ; Thonnis 
Watson Calhoun, Houston, Tex. ; D unp. 
3454. 

CALIBAN, CAIN, pseud. -See Mallis, Alex- 
ander Hagi. 

CALIFORNIA fruit growers' announcer's con- 
tinuity. See Foote, Cone and Belding, inc. 

CALIGULA. See Camus, Albert. 

CALKINS, CLINCH, pseud. -See Merrell, 
Marion Calkins. 

THE CALL. See Luttrell, Velma. 

A CALL for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 
Kid. No. 131A. 

CALL me darling. -See Stone, James Floyd. 

CALL me dearie. -See Ellis, Joseph Roland. 

CALL me rebel. -See Matson, Elson Lowell. 

THE CALL of death. -See The Green Hornet. 
No. 784. 

CALL the manager. -See First nighter, Dec. 
15 1945 

CALLAHAN, MARIE J. 

The candy kids. Radio program. 
© Marie J. Callahan, Dallas. 

Broadcast Jan. 26, 1946. © lc 2-2-46; 
D unp. 519. 

Broadcast Feb. 2, 1946. Hansel and 
Greteh © lc 2-22-46 ; D unp. 834. 

Sweetest story ever told. Radio program. 
© Marie J. Callahan, Dallas. Broadcast 
Jan. 27, 1946. © lc 2-2-46 ; D 518. Broad- 
cast Mar. 1, 1946. © lc 3-1-46 ; C 226. 

CALLARD, E. RYDON. Money for love, a 
simple family drama in three acts. © lc 
4-26-46 : Kathleen E. Callard Drewry, Bev- 
erly Hills. Calif. ; D unp. 2797. 

CALLING ALL GIRLS CLUB. (Radio pro- 
gram) Scripts in this series are by L. 
Kermit Lyons. © Calling all girls, inc., New 
York. 

94-99. © lc each 1-23-46 ; D unp. 300- 
305. 

100-105. © lc each 2-22-46; D unp. 
790-795. 

106-110. © lc each 4-9-46 ; D unp. 
2517—2521 

111-116'. © lc each 5-17-46 ; D unp. 
3155-3160. 

117-120. © lc each 6-14-46 ; D unp. 



23 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. i, n. s. 



CALLING ALL GIRLS CLUB— Continued. 
3607-3610. 

121-3 24. © lc each 7-18-46; D unp. 
4126-4128. 

125-128. © lc each 8-22-46 ; D unp. 
4670-4673. 

129-134. © lc each 10-11-46 ; D unp. 
£279-5284. 

135-139. © lc each 11-6-46 ; D unp. 
kcpcq 5862 

140-147! © lc each 12-13-46 ; D unp. 
6531-6538. 

Christmas show 1946. © lc 12-13-46; 
D unp. 6530. 
CALLING ALL GIRLS, INC. See Calling all 

girls club. 
CALM as the wind. See Keller, Leonard. 
CALVO-SOTELO, JOAQUIN. El dragon de 
lance. (The second hand dragon) Esquema 
teatral en un acto y varias escenas. Based 
on his story by the same title. © lc 4-29- 
46 ; Joaquin Calvo-Sotelo, New York ; D 
unp. 2793. 
CALWIS COMPANY. The wizard and the 
windshield. See Jam Handy organization, 
inc. 
CAMELBACK trail. See The Lone Ranger. 

No. 2047-1272. 
THE CAMELS are coming. See Lesan, David. 
CAMERON (DON) associates. 

Front row center. See Spatz, H. Donald. 

Holiday. See Spatz, H. Donald. 

Nola. See Holtby, Grace. 

Tales of terror. See Holtby, Grace. 
CAMILA'S coach. See Marimee, Prosper. 
CAMPANA SALES COMPANY. See First 

nighter. 
CAMPBELL, ETHELMAY SHOREY. Lost ! 
A reputation ! A play in three acts. © 
lc 5-26-46 ; Ethelmay Shorey Campbell, 
Lvnn, Mass. : D unp. 3305. 
CAMPBELL, LAWTON. Foolish sunset, a 
comedy of manners and morals in two acts 
and four scenes. © lc 11-22-46 ; Lawton 
Campbell, New York : D unp. 6099. 
THE CAMPBELL ROOM. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Anna Sosenko. 
© Anna Sosenko, New York. 

Oct. 6, 1946. © lc 10-11-46 ; D unp. 
5274. ■ , 

Oct. 13, 1946. © lc 10-16-46 ; D unp. 
5440. 

Oct. 20, 1946. © lc 10-23-46 : D unp. 
5589. 

Oct. 27, 1946. © lc 10-31-46 ; D unp. 
5729 

Nov. 3, 1946. © lc 11-7-46 ; D unp. 
5894. 

Nov. 10, 1946. © lc 11-15-46 ; D unp. 
5983 

Nov. 17, 1946. © lc 11-20-46 ; D unp. 
6044. 

Nov. 24, 1946. © lc 11-27-46- D unp. 
6280. * 

Dec. 1, 1946. © lc 12-5-46 ; D unp. 
6423. 

Dec. 8, 1946. © lc 12-13-46 ; D. unp. 
6528. 

Dec. 15, 1946. © lc 12-18-46 ; D unp. 
6576. 
CAMPION, CYRIL. Lady-killer, a play for 
women in two acts. London, French [1945] 
80 p. diagr. 21% cm. (French's acting 
edition) © 12-31-45 ; lc 7-16-46 ; Samuel 
French, ltd., London ; D pub. 4072. 
CAMUS, ALBERT. Caligula, a play in four 
acts by Albert Camus, translated from the 
French by Harald Bromley. © lc 4-8-46 ; 
Harald Bromley, East Orange, N. J. ; D unp. 
2491. 
CAN a girl in her teens fall in love? See Rice's 

hi-teen board. No. 20. 
CAN a materialist believe in God? See 
Schrammeck, Clifford Thomas. A quest for 
truth. 



CAN we communicate with the dead? See Ex- 
ploring the unknown, Nov. 3, 1946. 

CAN you imagine. See Harcleroad, Grace 
Evelyn. 

CAN you remember? See Hayes, Sam. 

CAN you tie that? See Jarvis, Al S. 

CAN you write a song? See Dickinson, San- 
ford H. 

CANAL street. See Rochna, Frank Joseph. 

THE CANARY club. See Baitsell, Marianna. 

CANCER — cause for hope. See Exploring the 
unknown, Dec. 16, 1945. 

CANDEE, MARJORIE DENT. Yankee clip- 
per, an original play in two acts. Original 
words of songs in the play are set to music 
of old sea chanties which are in the public 
domain. © lc 4-16-46 ; Marjorie Dent Can- 
dee, New York ; D unp. 3316. 

THE CANDELABRA of the Steppes. See The 
eternal light. No. 7. 

CANDLE of faith. See Foster, Lillian. 

A CANDLELIGHTING service. See Wilson, 
Dorothy Clarke. 

THE CANDLESTICK maker. See Kelley, John 
Thomas. 

THE CANDY kids. See Callahan, Marie J. 

CANFIELD, CURTIS. See Canfleld, Fayette 
Curtis. 

CANFIELD, FAYETTE CURTIS. The seed 
and the sowers, a chronicle of the founding 
of Amherst College, in nine scenes, by Curtis 
Canfield. © lc 5-28-46 ; Fayette Curtis 
Canfield, Amherst, Mass. ; D unp. 3615. 

CANFIELD, GERTRUDE. Ruth, a pageant 
in four scenes. © lc 11-26-46 ; Gertrude 
Canfield, Oklahoma Citv ; D unp. 6223. 

THE CANNIBAL stewed a la king. See Stes- 
sin, Terenthy Tr_ofinioff. The roseless thorns. 

CANNON, Poppy. Once upon a dime. See 
Bela, Nicholas. 

CANOUNE, HOWARD. The cooing of the an- 
gels. See Clark, Lamar. 

CANOVACA, RAFAEL A. 

The atomic man. Movie script. Chapter 
1. © lc 5-16-46 ; Rafael A. Canovaca, New 
York ; D unp. 3138. 

The atomic man. Radio script. © lc 
4-14-46 ; Rafael A. Canovaca, New York ; 
C 349. 

THE CANTON cup. See Ridgway, Agnes I. 

CANVAS Kelly meets Aloysius Updike. See 
Reynolds, Richard J. 

CANVAS Kelly meets Horizontal Harrigan. 
See Reynolds, Richard J. 

CANYON trail. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2175-1400. 

CAPABLANCA, OLGA. Bar Rococo, a play 
in three acts. © lc 9-19-46 ; Olga Capa- 
blanca, New York ; D unp. 4969. 

A CAPE for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 
Kid. No. 16A. 

A CAPITOL fling. See Goldstein, Emma. 

CAPLAIN, ROBERT. Facheuse adventure. 
See Annenkov, Georges. 

CAPPEL, VICTOR L. In the City of David, 
a Christmas play in three scenes. Myers- 
town, Pa., Church center press, 1946. 16 p. 
19 cm. © 7-16-46 ; 2c 7-23-46 ; Victor L. 
Cappel, Allentown, Pa. ; D pub. 4282. 

THE CAPRICES of Marianne. See Meeter, 
Leonard. 

CAPRIFIED. See Hudson, Roy F. 

CAPTAIN January. See Lux radio theatre, 
Feb. 18, 1946. 

CAPTAIN Kidd. See Rosen, Norman. 

CAPTAIN Kidd's cow. See Piatt, Helen. 

CAPTAIN Pallas and the General. See 
Caveney, Edward Webster. 

CAPTAIN Wattle. See Whiteman, Martyn 
Coleman. A little for the bottle. 

THE CAPTAIN'S wife. See Milward, Eliz- 
abeth. 

CAREERS in the field of home economics. 
See Schrock, Margaret. 

CAREFUL — the children. See White, Ken- 
neth. . 



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t. 19, 194(5 



CAREY. CLARICE BENTLEY. For the love 

of Mike, a three act comedy by Clarice 

Bentlev Carey and Harland J. Nordbye. 

© lc 10-1-40 : Clarice Bentley Carey and 

Harland J. Nordbye, Elmhurst, N. Y. ; D 

imp. 5711. 
CARGO for Europe. See Valenty, Lili. 
A CARGO for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 

Kid. No. 81A. 
CARIOCA purple. See Harding. Bertita. 
CARLISLE, R1.LLA, pseud. See Martens, 

Anna Coulter. 
CARLSON, ROBERT B. The rose unfolds- 

See Thomas. Margaret Loring. 
CARLTON. JOSEPH, pseud. See McMullen, 

X C. 
CARLTON. R. M. The trial of John Corwin. 

See Shnrkey, Rita. 
CARLTON, SAM. Guilty or not guilty. Ra- 
dio scrip. © lc 9-10-40 : Sam Carlton, 

New York : D unp. 4929. 
CARMAN, WARREN. See Carman, William 

Warren. 
CARMAN, WILLIAM WARREN. 

Strings hold up the stars, a play in three 

acts by Warren Carman. © lc 7-20-40 ; 

William Warren Carman, 3d., New York ; • 

D unp. 4221. 
CARMELA Fresella e Saverio Biscotto. See 

Ciaramella. Roberto. 

A wallet at his back, a comedy in three 

acts by Warren Carman. © lc 4—11—40 ; 

William Warren Carman, 3d., New York ; 

D unp. 2740. 
CARMEN. See Houston, George. 
CARMENITA Jenkins. See Hoover. Eugenia. 
CARMICHAEL. JOEL. The case of Kuragin, 

a play in thirteen scenes, suggested by the 

Kreutzer sonata of Count Leo N. Tolstoy. 

© lc 4-18-40 ; Joe Carmichael, New York : 

D. unp. 2711. 
CARNEGIE hall. See Echoes of New York. 

No. 2. 
CARNEY turns con. See Nathan, C. Henry. 
CARNIVAL. See Sosenko, Anna. 
CARNIVAL night. See Kozlenko, William. 

Even as you and I. 
CAROLE, JOSEPH JEROME. Roger the 

sixth, a comedy in three acts. © lc 0—21— 

40 : Joseph Jerome Carole, Los Angeles ; D 

unp. 3080. 
CAROLINA hayride. See Crutchfield, Charles 



H. 



See 



CAROLINA hayride and hit parade. 
Crutchfield. Charles H. 

LE CAROSSE dut Saint Sacrament, source 
title. See Merimee, Prosper. Camila's 
coach. 

CAROUSEL. See Rodgers, Richard. 

CARPENTER. EDWARD CHILDS. Mas- 
querade, a play in three acts, from a novel 
by Patricia Wentworth. © lc 8-10-40 : 
Edward Childs Carpenter, New Hartford, 
Conn- ; D unp. 4549. 

GARR, MARY JANE. Young Mac of . Fort 
Vancouver. See Piatt, Helen. 

CARRE, RAYMOND F. Archilles heel, a 
drama in three acts. © lc 7-10-40 ; Ray- 
mond F. Carre, New York ; D unp. 3935. 

CARREN, HENNI. 

Chanting in gray, a play in two acts. © 
lc 1—14—40 ; Henri Carren, Forest Hills. 
N. Y. : D unp. 197. 

The fives, a plav in three acts. © lc 
2-17-40 ; Henni Carren, Forest Hills, N. Y. ; 
D unp. 751. 

An incident in Greenwicl} Village, a play 
in six scenes by Henni. Vieda and Martin 
Carren. © lc 7-1-40 : Henni. Vieda and 
Martin Carren, Kew Gardens, N. Y. ; D 
unp. 3883. 

CARREN. MARTIN. An incident in Green- 
wich Village. See Carren. Henni. 

CARREN, VIEDA. An incident in Greenwich 
Village. See Carren, Henni. v 



CARRINGTON, ELAINE. Crosstown, a revue 
in two acts and fifteen scenes. © lc 11— 
7-40 ; Elaine Carrington, New York ; D unp. 
5840. 

CARRINGTON, OTIS M. Mountain music, 
one act comic operetta especially suitable 
for high school ; words and music by Otis 
M. Carrington. Redwood City, Calif., Myers 
& Carrington, C 194G. 24 p. 27 cm. With 
piano accompaniment. © 8-22-40 ; 2c 8- 
20-40 ; Otis M. Carrington, Redwood City, 
Calif., ; D pub. 1100. 

CARROL, PAULINE. Reprieve from matri- 
mony, a comedy in three acts. © lc 9-9-40 ; 
Alma S. Haensel, Milwaukee ; D unp. 4800. 

CARROLL, LEWIS, pseud. See Dodgson, 
Charles Lutwidge. 

CARROLL, MADELINE. Born on Monday. 
See Phillips, Robert. 

CARROLL, MARIE. The promise, by Marie 
Carroll and Nora Stirling. Radio and play 
script. © 5-1-40 ; 2c 5-4-40 ; Marie Car- 
roll and Nora Stirling, New York ; D pub. 
3015. 

CARROLL, RICHARD. See The Hallmark 
Charlotte Greenwood show. 

CARRY him back. See Theberge, Helena Be- 
dard. 

CARSON pass. See Burscough, John. 

CARTER, ARTHUR PHILLIP. 

The delight of kings, a play in three acts. 
© lc 7-17-40 ; Arthur Phillip Carter, Provi- 
dence ; D unp. 4121. 

A different love, a play in three acts. © 
lc 10-23-40 ; Arthur Phillip Carter, Provi- 
dence, D unp. 5588. 

CARTER, CONRAD. Your brother George, a 
light comedy in three acts. London, Fox, 
1940. 88 p. diagr. 21# cm. © 5-29-40 ; 
lc 7-12-40 : Samuel French, ltd., London ; 
D pub. 4057. 

CARTER, EVERETT. New harmony, a play 
in three acts by Everett Carter and Sandv 
Mock. © lc 9-8-40 ; Everett Carter and 
Sanford Judson Mock, Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 
D unp. 5505. 

CARTER, LESLIE H. The gay nineties revue, 
a musical burlesque of Ye olde daze. San 
Francisco, Banner play bureau [1940] 10 p. 
20 cm. (Banner plays) © 10-1-40; 2c 
Banner play bureau, inc., San Francisco ; 
D nub. 5761. 

CARTER, RANDOLPH. Battle for heaven. 
See Weightman-Smith, Michael. 

CARTER, RAY. Teeny, the elephant detec- 
tive. See Green, Bernie. 

CARTWRIGHT, ARTHUR P. A trip to 
Fairyland, a fantasy in twenty scenes in 
rhyme and song by Kirk Bennett [pseud.] 
Text onlv. © lc 9-30-40 ; Kirk Bennett 
(Arthur P. Cartwright) Daleville, Ind. ; D 
unp. 0029. 

CARVEN, BERNARD N. Star reporter. See 
Hagedorn, Horace. 

CARYL, RIMA. Harmonies of life. Radio 
scrint. © lc 10-18-40 ; Rima Caryl, New 
York ; C 920. 

CASA McCLUSKEY. See Grady, Lester C. 

CASCADE. See Phelps. Carol. 

THE CASE for fingerprinting. See Burns. 
Fred H.. Studies in crime, No. 14. 

CASE histories from the private diary of a 
psychiatrist. See Kane, Albert M. 

CASE history of . . . For radio scripts in this 
series see Parker, Sam. 

CASE of a scheming wife. See Policewoman : 
Mary Sullivan, detective. No. 10. 

CASE of a woman's earring. See Police- 
woman : Mary Sullivan, detective. No. 8. 

CASE of a woman's mind. See Policewoman : 
Mary Sullivan detective. No. 2. 

CASE of Adair-Pasterski-Delaney. See Gang 
busters. No. 437. 

CASE of Al Simeone. See Gang busters. No. 
410. 



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CASE of Alcatraz prison riot. See Gang 
busters. No. 436. 

CASE of Blackie Thompson. See Gang bust- 
ers. No. 414. 

CASE of Carl Hopper. See Gang busters. 
No. 443. 

THE CASE of Carol Arthur. See Smith, 
Benjamin Vernon. 

CASE of Corporal Kelly. See Veterans of 
victory. No. 4. 

THE CASE of Cynthia Edward. See Neher, 

CASE of Damiani-Krause. See Gang busters. 
Nos. 421, 422. 

CASE of death on a lonely road. See Police- 
woman : Mary Sullivan, detective. No. 12. 

CASE of Drake-Motari-Ward. See Gang bust- 
ers. No. 442. 

THE CASE of Earl Hawk. See Smith Benja- 
min Vernon. 

CASE of Ed Davis. See Gang busters. Nos. 
448, 449. 

CASE of Gelson-Fish-Boyce. See Gang bust- 
ers. No. 463. 

CASE of George Donald Dillon. See Gang 
busters. Nos. 426, 427. 

CASE of George Sidney (Sitts). See Gang 
busters. Nos. 464, 465. 

CASE of Horace Bowers. See Gang busters. 
No. 428. 

CASE of Jack La Rocca. See Gang busters. 
No. 435. 

CASE of James Hall. See Gang busters. No. 
439. 

CASE of Jennings-Windmayer. See Gang 
busters. No. 441. 

THE CASE of Jezebel's jewels. See The re- 
turn of Nick Carter. Jan. 13, 1946. 

CASE of Joe Black. See Gang busters. No. 
447. 

CASE of Joe McCann. See Gang busters. 
Nos. 429. 430. 

THE CASE of Kuragin. See Carmichael, Joel. 

CASE of La Nacha. See Gang busters. No. 
450. 

CASE of Louise Peete. See Gang busters. 
Nos. 461, 462. 

CASE of McCann-Quinn. See Gang busters. 
Nos. 431-433. 

CASE of Miran Thompson. See Gang busters. 
No. 415. 

THE CASE of Mrs. Wingate. See Micheaux, 
Oscar. 

CASE of Moore-Murphy. See Gang busters. 
No. 454. 

CASE of murder by accident. See Police- 
woman : Mary Sullivan, detective. No. 14. 

CASE of Nick Derembeis. See Gang busters. 
No. 424. 

THE CASE of Niva Anderson. See Smith, 
Benjamin Vernon. 

CASE of Paul Barker. See Gang busters. 
No. 434. 

CASE of Pegleg Cobb. See Gang busters. 
No. 419. 

CASE of Pete Norris. See Gang busters. 
Nos. 451-453. 

THE CASE of Private Johnny Doe. See 
Brown, Albert M. 

CASE of Ralph Grecco. See Gang busters. 
No. 423. 

CASE of reverse blackmail. See David Hard- 
ing — counterspy. No. 192. 

CASE of Rumbold vault robbery. See Gang 
busters. No. 418. 

CASE of Scissors Saunders. See Gang busters. 
No. 460. 

THE CASE of Shakespeare's ghost. See The 
return of Nick Carter. ' Dec. 30, 1945. 

CASE of Singer-Fauls. See Gang busters. 
No. 420. 

CASE of the airlines racket. See David 
Harding — counterspy. No. 215. 

CASE of the ambitious organizer. See David 
Harding — counterspy. No. 229. 



CASE of the apartment racket. See David 
Harding — counterspy. No. 182. 

THE CASE of the asphyxiated cat. See The 
return of Nick Carter. Oct. 6, 1946. 

THE CASE of the babbling silence. See 
Eagan. Lois R. 

CASE of the badger game. See Policewoman : 
Mary Sullivan, detective. No. 6. 

CASE of the baffling books. See David Hard- 
ing — counterspy. No. 218. 

THE CASE of the beautiful brunette. See 
The return of Nick Carter. July 16, 1946. 

CASE of the big swindle. See David Hard- 
ing — counterspy. No. 189. 

CASE of the bite on the arm. See Police- 
woman : Mary Sullivan detective. No. 1. 

CASE of the bitter medicine. See Police- 
woman : Mary Sullivan detective. No. 5. 

THE CASE of the black key. See The return 
of Nick Carter. July 9, 1946. 

THE CASE of the blue mink. See The re- 
turn of Nick Carter. Sept. 15, 1946. 

THE CASE of the blue paper heart. See The 
return of Nick Carter. Feb. 10 1946. 

THE CASE of the boss's secretarv. See The 
return of Nick Carter. May 7, 1946. 

CASE of the British brides. See David Hard- 
ing — counterspy. No. 191. 

CASE of the broken bottle. See Policewoman : 
Mary Sullivan, detective. No. 26. 

THE CASE of the broken heart. See Monroe, 
Florence Mae. 

CASE of the Burma beauty. See Vest, Peter 
Jean. 

CASE of the burned books. See Policewoman : 
Mary Sullivan, detective. No. 22. 

CASE of the careful murderers. See Police- 
woman : Mary Sullivan, detective. No. 4. 

THE CASE of the circus killer. See The re- 
turn of Nick Carter. Mar. 19, 1946. 

THE CASE of the clumsy forgeries. See The 
return of Nick Carter. June 11, 1946. 

CASE of the confident crook. See David 
Harding — counterspy. No. 199. 

CASE of the counterfeit sardines. See David 
Harding — counterspy. No. 185. 

CASE of the crystal ball. See Policewoman : 
Mary Sullivan, detective. No. 27. 

CASE of the dance hall hostess. See David 
Harding — counterspy. No. 180. 

THE CASE of the dead man's giggle. See The 
return of Nick Carter. Mar. 12, 1946. 

THE CASE of the dead witnesses. See The 
return of Nick Carter. Mar. 5, 1946. 

CASE of the deafened spy. See David Hard- 
ing — counterspy. No. 195. 

THE CASE of the demented daughter. See 
The return of Nick Carter. May 28, 1946. 

THE CASE of the dictaphone murder. See 
The return of Nick Carter. June 4, 1946. 

THE CASE of the diplomat diamond. See 
The return of Nick Carter. Aug. 6, 1946. 

THE CASE of the disappearing corpse. See 
The return of Nick Carter. Apr. 9, 1946. 

CASE of the disappearing ships. See David 
Harding — counterspy. No. 219. 

THE CASE of the disguised identity. See 
The return of Nick Carter. Sept. 22, 1946. 

THE CASE of the double double-cross. See 
The return of Nick Carter. July 30, 1946. 

CASE of the dress designer. See David Hard- 
ing — counterspy. No. 206. 

THE CASE of the educated corpse. See The 
return of Nick Carter. Dec. 23, 1945. 

THE CASE of the emerald murders. See The 
return of Nick Carter. Nov. 24, 1946. 

CASE of the excellent marksman. See Police- 
woman : Mary Sullivan, detective. No. 7. 

CASE of the exported death. See David Hard- 
ing — counterspy. No. 230. 

THE CASE of the extra confession. See The 
return of Nick Carter. Nov. 17, 1946. 

THE CASE of the extra husbands. See The 
return of Nick Carter. Aug. 25, 1946. 



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t. 19, 194G 



CASE of the faithful friend. See David Hard- 
ing — counterspy. No-. 214. 

CASE of the foreign counterfeit. See David 
Harding — counterspy. No. 224. 

CASE of the forged account books. See David 
Harding — counterspy. No. 181. 

CASE of the framed Congressman. See David 
Harding — counterspy. No. 222. 

CASE of the gambling orphans. See David 
Harding— counterspy. No. 227. 

CASE of the gigolo and jewels. See Police- 
woman : Mary Sullivan, detective. No. 3. 

CASE of the hallway murder. See Police- 
woman : Mary Sullivan, detective. No. 15. 

CASE of the heroes' book. See David Hard- 
ins — counterspy. No. 202. 

CASE of the hidden cash. See David Hard- 
ing — counterspy. No. 204. 

CASE of the hi-jacking gambler. See David 
Harding — counterspy. No. 203. 

CASE of the hoaxed husband. See David 
Harding — counterspy. No. 183. 

CASE of the hungry baby. See Policewoman : 
Mary Sullivan, detective. No. 20. 

THE CASE of the immigrant girl. See The 
return of Nick Carter. Aug. 13, 1946. 

THE CASE of the insufficient bank account. 
See The return of Nick Carter. Nov. 3, 
1946. 

CASE of the invented gang. See David Hard- 
ing — counterspy. No. 190. 

CASE of the juvenile delinquents. See David 
Harding — counterspy. No. 221. 

CASE of the kidnapped agents. See David 
Harding- — counterspy. No. 225. 

CASE of the kidnapped butcher. See David 
Harding — counterspy. No. 210. 

CASE of the left handed clue. See Police- 
woman : Mary Sullivan, detective. No. 28. 

CASE of the liquor hi-jackers. See Gang 
busters. No. 457. 

CASE of the list of names. See David Hard- 
ing — counterspy. No. 201. 

THE CASE of the little old ladies. See The 
return of Nick Carter. Apr. 23, 1946. 

CASE of the Lolli gang. See Gang busters. 
Nos. 455, 456. 

CASE of the lonely artist. See Policewoman : 
Mary Sullivan, detective. No. 18. 

CASE of the lonely women. See Police- 
woman : Mary Sullivan, detective. No. 21. 

THE CASE of the make believe robbery. See 
The return of Nick Carter. June 18, 1946. 

CASE of the marriage racket. See David 
Harding — counterspy. No. 184. 

CASE of the meek mannered orderly. See 
Policewoman : Mary Sullivan, detective. 
No. 13. 

CASE of the megalomaniac. See David 
Harding — counterspy. No. 231. 

CASE of the Mexican swindle. See David 
Harding — counterspv. No. 187. 

THE CASE of the missing alarm clock. See 
The return of Nick Carter. June 25, 1946. 

CASE of the missing heiress. See Police- 
woman : Mary Sullivan, detective. No. 24. 

CASE of the missing soldier. See David 
Harding — counterspy. No. 207. 

THE CASE of the murdered teacup. See 
The return of Nick Carter. Jan. 20, 1946. 

THE CASE of the mutilated match book. See 
The return of Nick Carter. Oct. 27, 1946. 

CASE of the nautical nylons. See David 
Harding — counterspy. No. 216. 

CASE of the overseas brides. See David Hard- 
ing — counterspy. No. 212. 

CASE of the packages for Europe. See 
David Harding — counterspy. No. 188. 

THE CASE of the Persian dagger. See The 
return of Nick Carter. Dec. 8, 1946. 

CASE of the phoney agent. See David 

Harding — counterspy. No. 220. 
CASE of the phoney builder. See David Hard- 
ing — counterspy. No. 196. 



THE CASE of the poker murders. See The 
return of Nick Carter. May 21, 1946. 

CASE of the psychiatric gambler. See 
David Harding — counterspy. No. 193. 

CASE of the psychoneurotic veteran cab 
driver. See David Harding — counterspy. 
No. 217. 

CASE of the racket in suits. See David Hard- 
ing — counterspy. No. 228. 

THE CASE of the Red Goose. -See The re- 
turn of Nick Carter. Sept. 1, 1946. 

CASE of the red hands. See Policewoman : 
Mary Sullivan, detective. No. 19. 

THE CASE of the reformed redhead. See 
The return of Nick Carter. Oct. 20, 1946. 

THE CASE of the remodeled killer. See 
The return of Nick Carter. Mar. 26, 1946. 

CASE of the renegade citizen. See David 
Harding — counterspy. No. 208. 

CASE of the reservation racket. See David 
Harding — counterspy. No. 179. 

THE CASE of the restless saint. See The 
return of Nick Carter. Dec. 1, 1946. 

CASE of the running bowline. See Police- 
woman : Mary Sullivan, detective. No. 16. 

CASE of the scheming showgirl. See Police- 
woman : Mary Sullivan, detective. No. 25. 

CASE of the school racket. See David Hard- 
ing- — counterspy. No. 194. 

THE CASE of the silent noise. See Explor- 
ing the unknown, Sept. 8, 1946. 

CASE of the silky siren. See David Hard- 
ing — counterspy. No. 223. 

CASE of the sleeping death. See David 
Harding — counterspy. No. 211. 

CASE of the smuggled smuggler. See David 
Harding — counterspy. No. 200. 

CASE of the souvenir weapons. See David 
Harding — counterspy. No. 226. 

CASE of the Spanish sweethearts. See 
Policewoman : Mary Sullivan, detective. 
No. 9. 

THE CASE of the stock exchange murder. 
See The return of Nick Carter. Nov. 10, 
1946. 

CASE of the stolen car racketeers. See David 
Harding — counterspy. No. 213. 

THE CASE of the studious professor. See 
The return of Nick Carter. Sept. 29, 1946. 

CASE of the sugar racket. See David Hard- 
ing — counterspy. No. 186. 

THE CASE of the supervised robberies. See 
The return of Nick Carter. Oct. 13, 1946. 

CASE of the tell-tale switch. See Police- 
woman : Mary Sullivan, detective. No. 17. 

THE CASE of the 32 bullet. See Burns, Fred 
H. Studies in crime. No. 10. 

CASE of the unexpected husband. See Po- 
licewoman : Mary Sullivan, detective. No. 
11. 

THE CASE of the uninvited client. See The 
return of Nick Carter. Feb. 17, 1946. 

CASE of the unloved son. See Policewoman : 
Mary Sullivan, detective. No. 23. 

THE CASE of the unwilling criminal. See 
The return of Nick Carter. July 2, 1946. 

THE CASE of the useless shots. See The 
return of Nick Carter. Aug. 18, 1946. 

CASE of the valiant veteran. See David 
Harding — counterspy. No. 205. 

THE CASE of the vanishing Indian. See 
The return of Nick Carter. Sept. 8, 1946. 

THE CASE of the wandering corpse. See 
The return of Nick Carter. Jan. 6, 1946. 

CASE of the Washington dancer. See David 
Harding — counterspy. No. 197. 

CASE of the white paper. See David Hard- 
ing — counterspy. No. 198. 

THE CASE of the wrong clue. See The re- 
turn of Nick Carter. Apr. 30, 1946. 

CASE of Fckele and Matysek. See Gang 
busters. No. 438. 

CASE of Walter Freisleben. See Gang bust- 
ers. Nos. 458, 459. 



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CASE of West-Pepperman. See Gang busters. 
No. 440. 

CASE of William La Trasse. See Gang 
busters. No. 413. 

CASE of Willy De Normand. See Gang bust- 
ers. No. 425. 

CASE of Willy Sutton. See Gang busters. 
Nos. 444-446. 

CASE report : Scleroderma treated with 
promin. See Wuerthele, Virginia. 

CASEY, WALTER S. The best fools, a play 
in three acts by Richard Cassidy [pseud.] © 
lc 10-20-46 ; Walter S. Casey, New York ; 
D unp. 5544. 

CASEY. See Bosch, George. 

CASEY at the bat. See Bosch, George. Casey. 
Gurvitz, Simon. 

CASEY wuz framed. See -Norman, John 
David. 

CASH and Carrie. See Goetz, Austin. 

CASH & Cary. See Jantzen, Kitty. 

THE CASH quiz contest for the listening 
audience. See Silverstein, Louis. 

CASH registering made easy. See Leicht, 
Raymond W. 

CASIMIR. See Fauchois. Rene. 

THE CASK of Amontillado. See Holtby, 
Grace. Tales of terror. 

EL CASO de la mujer asesinadita. See Mi- 
hura, Miguel. 

CASSANDRA. See Morris, T. B. 

CASSERES. BIO DE. See De Casseres, Bio. 

CASSIDY, APPOLONIA H. Conflict, the age 
of hate, a play in prologue and three acts, 
adapted from the two books. Conflict and 
The age of hate, with the permission of the 
author, George Fort Milton. Photocopies of 
2 pages of Congressional record, year 1875, 
attached. © lc. 2-7-46 : Appolonia H. Cas- 
sidy, New York ; D unp. 754. 

CASSIDY, RICHARD, pseud. See Casey, 
Walter S. 

CASSVAN, MAX. Floor below, a play in two 
acts by Max Cassvan and Earl R. Sweeting. 
© lc 7-3-46 : Max Cassvan and Earl Sweet- 
ing, New York ; D unp. 3845. 

CASTANEDA, ABELARDO LUIS G6MEZ. 
See Gomez, Abelardo Luis. 

CASTINE, JOHN, pseud. See Dick. V. C. 

CASTLE, EVERETT RHODES. How's your 
Hooner, a farce in three acts. © lc 5-21— 
46, Everett Rhodes Castle, Shaker Heights, 
O. : D unp. 3233. 

CASWELL, ANNE, pseud. See Orr, Mary. 

THE CAT collar. See Challenge of the Yukon. 
No. 458/ 

THE CAT cut). See Roach. Clarence Michael. 

THE CATALYST. See Elliott, Thompson 
Phelps. 

CATASTROPHE. See Rose, Earle C. A race 
between greed and dictatorship. 

CATCH the question. See Katz, Joseph. 

CATHCART, WILLIAM ELLIOT. Every 
soldier stands retreat a play of imagina- 
tion, in two acts and a prologue. © lc 
6-25-46 : William Elliot Cathcart. Merion 
Station. Pa. : D unp. 3765. 

THE CATHEDRAL. See Lowther, George 
Francis. 

CATHERINE of Siena. See Maloney, Mer- 
ritt S. 

CATHERINE the great waitress. See Nor- 
man, John David. 

CATHEY, Ralph. Shades of green, a plav in 
three acts. © lc 6-25-46 ; Ralph Cathey, 
Big Spring, Tex. ; D unp. 3691. 

CATON, DOROTHY WEBBER. Special-day 
plays and flashlight fun, six plays for the 
primary grades. Evanston. 111., Row Peter- 
son : retc. 1946] 61 p. diasrrs. 20% cm. 
CONTENTS. — Shadow's night out. — One 
starry night. — Stars on parade. — Read it for 
yourself [adaptation of Little Black 



Sambo] — Dreams for sale.— The Easter-egg 
king. 

© 9-1-46 ; 2c 10-13-46 ; Row, Peterson 
& co., Evanston, 111. ; D pub. 5485. 

THE CAT'S meow and the Cisco Kid. See 
The Cisco Kid. No. 116A. 

GATTS, SAMUEL WALKER. Twins of Rock- 
land ; or, Oh, daught' of Oldburn. A story 
of mountaineer life, love and tragedy of the 
Southern Cumberlands ; in two acts. © lc 
12-9-46 ; Samuel Walker Catts, Mont- 
gomery, Ala. ; D unp. 6461. 

CAUBLE, S. J. George Washington's sover- 
eign thesis. © lc 9-24-46 ; S. J. Cauble, 
Washington ; C705. 

CAULFIELD, EDWARD. The best of fami- 
lies, a farce-comedy in three acts. © lc 
6-28-46 ; Edward Caulfiekl, New York ; 
D unp. 3772. 

THE CAUSES and effects of strikes and settle- 
ment of labor disputes. See Rickmire, 
Ara P. 

CAVALCADE OF AMERICA. (Radio pro- 
gram.) Radio plays in this series © E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours and- company are en- 
tered under their respective authors. 

THE CAVALCADE of Mary Jones. See Wood- 
ward, Ruth Margaret. 

THE CAVALIER. See Miller. Jacob. 

CAVALIERI, LEA LUCIA. The visions of 
spring, a one-act play. © lc 2-3-46 : Lea 
Lucia Cavalieri. Hartford : D unp. 502. 

CAVAN, ROMILLY. I'll see you again, a 
comedv in three acts. London. Fox [1946] 
84 p. diagr. 21% cm. © 9-2-46: lc 11- 
29-46 ; Samuel French, ltd., London ; D pub. 
6295. 

CAVANAUGH. ARTHUR, pseud. See Fuchs, 
Arthur William. 

THE CAVE of the King. See Citron, Sam- 
uel J. 

CAVE of the Zombies. See The Shadow, Oct. 
27. 1946. 

CAVENEY. EDWARD WEBSTER. 

Captain Pallas and the General, a play in 
three acts. © lc 6-9-46 : Edward Webster 
Caveney, Marietta, O. ; D unp. 3519. 

Life begins at home, a comedy in three 
acts. © le 6-9-46 : Edward Webster 
Caveney, Marietta, O. : D unp. 351 8. 

Shadow of the rainbow, a comedy drama 
in three acts. © lc 8-3-46 : Edward Web- 
ster Caveney, Marietta, O. ; D unp. 4635. 

CAVERLY, MILLIS. The mystery of Good- 
acre farm, a comedy in three acts for junior 
high schools. Evanston, 111.. Row. Peter- 
son : [etc., 1946]. 78 p. front. 20% cm. 
© 9-13-46; 2c 10-13-46; Row, Peterson & 
co., Evanston. 111. ; D pub. 5481. 

CAWTHRA, LILLIAN. 

The great romantic, a plav in three acts. 
© 1-15-45 ; 2c 2-19-46 : Lillian Cawthra, 
New York ; D pub. 774. 

Marriage can't happen in heaven, a com- 
edy in four acts. © lc 11-21-46 ; Lillian 
Cawthra, New York ;,D unp. 6213. 

CAYLOR, ARTHUR. Terminal leave, a com- 
edy in three acts. © lc 12-5-46 : Arthur 
Caylor, San Francisco : D unp. 643*. 

CAYLUS. ANNE CLAUDE PHILIPPE, comte 
de. Fairy gifts. See Reisewitz, Ellen. 

CECIL, PETER. The Magnificent faker, com- 
edy in three acts. © lc 1-30-46 ; Peter 
Cecil. New York ; D unp. 434. 

THE CEDAR deer. See Hill, Catherine. 

CEILING unlimited. See Myers, Gustave 
Francis. 

A CELEBRATION for the Cisco Kid. See 
The Cisco Kid. No. 108A. 

CELESTI, JOHN. Miracle of love ; or, Love 
sacrifice. A play in three acts by John 
Celesti, translated from the Italian by El- 
eanor Colket Wolfort. © lc 10-31-46; 
John Celesti, Flushing, N. Y. ; D unp. 5726. 



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v. 19, 1946 



LA CELESTINE. See Kojas, Fernando de. 

A CELL for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 
Kid. No. 104A. 

CELLE qui revient. See Maurette, Marcelle. 

CERF, KURT. Rocket to paradise ; or, A 
day in paradise ; or, Twenty four hours in 
paradise; or. Round trip to paradise; or, 
A trip to paradise ; or, Reach for it. A 
fantasy with music in three parts, eight 
episodes. © lc 2—7—46 ; Kurt Cerf, New 
York : D imp. 567. 

CHADWICKE, ALICE. Indian giver, a com- 
edy of youth in one act, bv Alice Chadwicke. 
New York, French: [etc.] cl946. 44 p. 
diagr. 18 y 3 cm. © 1-24-46 ; 2c 4-17-46 ; 
Samuel French, New York ; D pub 2668. 

CHAFKIN, SOL. The stuff will sell, a sketch 
by Sol Chafkin and I. J. Seligsohn. © lc 
6-6-46 : Sol Chafkin and I. J. Seligsohn, 
Xey\ York ; D unp. 3S49. 

CHAIN, HI T . Cancer — cause for hope. See 

Exploring the unknown, Dec. 16, 1945. 

CHAIN of evidence. See The Green Hornet. 
No. 782. 

CHAIN reaction. See Grossman, Abraham. 

CHALLENGE. See Andrews, Mrs. Wilson 
Hope. 

CHALLENGE OF THE YUKON. (Radio pro- 
gram) Scripts in this series are by Tren- 
dle-Merrill, unless otherwise indicated. © 
Challenge of the Yukon, inc., Detroit. 
Broadcast weekly, Aug. 14, 1945-Dec. 5, 
1946. 

393. Arctic chase. © lc 1-24-46 ; D 
imp. 352. 

394. Maw Baker's pies. © lc 1-24-46 ; 
D unp. 353. 

395. Magnanimous ghost. © lc 1-24-46 ; 
D unp. 354. 

396. Bear trap. © lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 
355. 

397. Alibi. © lc 1-24-46 : D unp. 356. 

398. Big Bill. © lc 1-24-46; D unp. 
358. 

399. The red mitten. © lc 1-24-46 ; D 
unp. 357. 

400. Chechako. © lc 1-24-46 ; D imp. 
316. 

401. The black bear. © lc 1-24-46 ; D 
unp. 317. 

402. Scorpion Sam's gold. © lc 1—24- 
46 : D unp. 318. 

403. Dynamite provides. © lc 1-24-46 ; 
D imp. 319. 

404. The trail. © lc 1-24-46 : D unp. 
320- 

405. The last laugh. © lc 1-24-46 ; D 
unp. 321. 

406. The Irish wolf hound 
46 : D imp. 322. 

407. Father Donovan. © 
D imp. 323. 

408. Long Fall canvon, 
Striker. © lc 1-24-46 : D unp. 340. 

409. The bonanza belle. © lc 1-24-46 ; 
D unp. 341. 

410. The .dachshund, i 
imp. 342. 

411. Christmas present. 
D unp. 343. 

412. New r Year's eve. (< 
unp. 901. 

413. The grave robbers. 
D unp. 344. 

414. The mail team, by Earl Gormaine 
revised by Merrill. © lc 1-24-46 ; D unp 
345. 

415. Preston takes over. © lc 1-24-46 
D unn. 346. 

416. Jane gets her man. © lc 1-24-46 
D unp. 347. 

417. The cure. © lc 4-5-46 ; D unp. 
2473. 

418. The blind man. © lc 4-5-46 ; D 
unp. 2474. 



© lc 1-24- 
lc 1-24-46 ; 
by Trendle- 



lc 1-24^46 ; D 
© lc 1-24-46 ; 
lc 1-24-46 ; D 
© lc 1-24-46 



419. The shamaness. © lc 4-5-46 > D 
unp. 2457. 

420. Mabel. © lc 4-5-46 ; D imp. 2458. 

421. Mad wolf. © lc 4-5-46 ; D unp. 
2459. 

422. The bully. © lc 5-15-46 ; D unp. 
3081. 

423. Hold up. © lc 5-15-46 ; D unp. 
3082. 

424. The rivals. © lc 5-15-46 ; D unp. 
3083. 

425. The return of Pete Hunt. © lc 
5-15-46 ; D unp. 3069. 

426. Ned's wife. © lc 5-15-46 ; D unp. 
3070. 

427. Rex. © lc 5-15-46 ; D imp. 3071. 

428. Torn parka. © lc 5-15-46 ; D unp. 
3089. 

429. Balmy Bill. © lc 5-15-46 ; D unp. 
3090. 

430. Eskimo justice. © lc 5-15-46 ; D 
unp. 3091. 

431. Shrimp Togan. © lc 5-15-46 ; D 
unp. 3092. 

432. Chap. © lc 5-15-46 : D unp. 3093. 

433. The mitten. © lc 5-30-46 ; D unp. 
3384. 

434. Annie Jones. © lc 7-25-46 ; D unp. 
4234. 

435. The great Dane. © lc 7-25-46 ; D 
unp. 4233. 

436. How Preston got King. © lc 7- 
25-46 ; D unp. 4232. 

437. The sharp-shooter. © lc 7-25-46 ; 
D imp. 4231. 

438. The pup that ate too much. © lc 
7-25-46 ; D unp. 4230. 

439. Flash. © lc 7-25-46 ; D imp. 4243. 

440. Preston breaks a rule. © lc 7-25— 
46 : D unp. 4242. 

441. Beaver dam. © lc 7-25-46 ; D unp. 
4241. 

442. The silver fox. © lc 7-25-46 ; D 
imp. 4240. 

443. Blind wolf. © lc 8-2-46 ; D unp. 
4351. 

444. The mute speaks. © lc 8-2-46; D 
unp. 4352. 

445. Grizzly Martin. © lc 9-19-46 ; D 
imp. 5137. 

446. Preston goes to jail. © lc 9-19-46 ; 
D imp. 5138. 

447. The man who couldn't remember. 
© lc 9-19-46 ; D unp. 5139. 

448. The epidemic. © lc 9-19-46 ; D 
unp. 5120. 

449. Preston sells King. © lc 10-6-46 ; 
D unp. 5307. 

450. Blind man's claim. ' © lc 10-6-46 ; 
D imp. 5308. 

451. The wooden case. © lc 10-6-46 ; 
D imp. 5309. 

452. One-man cat. © lc 10-20-46 ; D 
imp. 5554. 

453. False alarm. © lc 10-20-46 ; D 
unp. 5555. 

454. The dear head. © lc 10-20-46 ; D 
unp. 5556. 

455. The timber-wolf. © lc 10-20-46 ; D 
unp. 5553. 

456. Trap in the mountains. © lc 11— 
3-46 : D imp. 5775. 

457. The choice. © lc 11-3-46 ; D unp. 
5776. 

458. The cat collar. © lc 11-27^6; 
D imp. 6250. 

459. Thanksgiving in the wilderness. © 
lc 11-27-46 ; D imp. 6244. 

460. The watch-dog. © lc 11-27-46 ; D 
unp. 6245. 

461. The dog-fight. © lc 12-11-46 ; D 
unp. 6475. 

CHALLENGE OF THE YUKON, inc. See 
Challenge of the Yukon. 



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CHALLENGE to spring. See Keegan, How- 
ard Thomas. 

CHAMBERLAIN, JOAN. Maid-to-order. See 
Buelow, Leola. 

CHAMBERLIN. NORWOOD. Adam and Eve, 
a play in three acts. © lc 2—10—46 ; Nor- 
wood Chamberlin, Cincinnati ; D unp. 611. 

CHAMPION, Florence Cooke. 

The pickle princess, a comedy in three acts. 

© lc 3-30-46 ; Florence Cooke Champion, 

New York ; D unp. 2301. Revision of Pros- 

ser's perfect pickles, 1-8-36. D unp. 40072. 

The purple parrot. See Wyndette. Olive. 

THE CHAMPION. See The Green Hornet. 
No. 761. 

THE CHANCE of a lifetime. See 
St. Clair, Robert. 
Stein, Morris H. 

A CHANCELLOR there was. See Wolff, 
Joseph Warfield. 

A CHANGE is needed. See Vocafilm corpora- 
tion. 

CHANGE of heart. See Good, Richard James. 

THE CHANGELING. See Aunt Jenny's real 
life stories, nos. 2549-2554. 

THE CHANGING world population. See Note- 
stein, Frank W. 

CH'ANGO'S flight to the moon. See Benton, 
Pauline. 

CHANSONS de Paris. See Boolack, Claude. 

LE CHANT de la liberte. See Saint-Georges 
de Bouhelier. 

CHANTING in gray. See Carren, Henni. 

CHANTLER, DAVID EVERETT. The cinder 
gloweth, a play in four acts. © lc 20-28-46 ; 
David Everett Chantler, Pittsburgh ; D unp. 
5691. 

CHAP. See Challenge of the Yukon. No. 
432. 

CHAPIN, ROSAMOND. Tristan and Isolde. 
See Wagner. Richard. 

CHAPLIN, CHARLES. 

Comedy of murders, a dramatic composi- 
tion in four acts. © lc 2—14—46 ; Charles 
Chaplin, Hollywood, D unp. 701. 

Comedy of murders. Motion picture 
script. © lc 4-29-46 ; Charles Chaplin. 
Hollywood : D unp. 3073. 

CHAPMAN, BRUCE. 

Here's Howe, Radio program no. 1, July 
9, 1945. © lc 10-1-46 ; Bruce Chapman, 
New York ; D unp. 5190. 

Tell your neighbor. Radio program no. 1. 
July 29, 1946. © lc. 10-1-46 ; Bruce Chap- 
man, New York ; D unp. 5687. 

CHAPMAN, RAY O. The silver man, a play 
in five acts and nine scenes, made from a 
history of John Kinzie and his familv in the 
founding of Chicago. © lc 6-14-46 ; Ray O. 
Chapman, Chicago ; D unp. 3605. 

CHARLES, GEORGE. It's a lovely morning, 
a fairy tale for grown-ups, A play in three 
acts. © lc 8-31-46 ; George Charles, New 
York : D unp. 4781. 

CHARLES Dickens, the boy of the London 
streets. See Boshco, Elinor Gene. 

CHARLES Horton, case history. See Parker, 
Sam. Dr. Parker presents Out of the dark. 

CHARLIER, RUTH MARIE GARVIN. Easy 
does it, play in three acts by Ruth Marie 
Garvin. © lc 4-23-46, Ruth Marie Garvin 
Charlier, New Rochelle, N. Y. D unp. 
2773. 

CHARLIE'S justice. See The Lone Ranger. 
No. 2096-1321. 

CHARLING MUSIC CORPORATION. 

Fantasy, the Princess and the willow 
tree. See Mayer, Natalie. 

A Mother Goose dream. See Mayer, 
Natalie. 

THE CHARLING musical playlet series. See 
Mayer, Natalie. A Mother Goose dream. 

CHARROUX, ALFRED ANDREW. Princi- 
ples of modern golf instructions, by Al 
Charroux. Address. © lc 8-27-46 : Alfred 
Andrew Charroux, Los Angeles ; C 649. 



CHARTING nation-states. See Hustad,. 

Hugo R. 
THE CHASE AND SANBORN PROGRAM. 
(Radio program) Scripts in this series are 
by Edgar John Bergen. © Edgar John 
Bergen, Los Angeles. 

Dec. 2-16, 1945. © lc each 1-7-46 ; 
D unp. 64-66. 

Dec. 23, 1945. © lc 1-21-46 ; D unp. 
279. 

Dec. 30, 1945. © lc 1-7-46 ; D unp. 67. 
Jan. 6-13, 1946. © lc each 1-7-46 ; I> 
unp. 280, 281. 

Jan. 20-Feb. 3, 1946. © lc each 2-12- 
46 ; D unp. 688-690. 

Feb. 10-24, 1946. © lc each 3-4-46 
D unp. 914-916. 

Mar. 3-17, 1946. © lc each 3-25-46 
D unp. 2220-2222. 

Mar. 24-31. 1946. © lc each 4-8-46 
D unp. 2514, 2515. 

Apr. 7-21, 1946. © lc each 4-29-46 
D unp. 2879-2881. 

Apr. 28-May 12. 1946. © lc each. 
5-17-46 : D unp. 3149-3151. 

May 19, 1946. © lc 5-28-46; D unp. 
3319 

May 26, 1946. © lc 6-15-46 ; D unp. 
3626. 

Sept. 1-8, 1946. © lc each 9-17-46 ; 
D unp. 4934, 4935. 

Sept. 15-29. 1946. © lc each 10-7-46; 
D unp. 5228-5230. 

Oct. 6, 1946. © lc 10-22-46 ; D unp. 
5572. 

Oct. 13, 1946. © lc 10-22-46; D unp. 
5571. 

Oct. 20-Nov. 3. 1946. © lc each 11-25- 
46 : D unp. 6238-6240. 

Nov. 10-Dec. 1, 1946. © lc each 
12-16-46 : D unp. 6591-6594. 
A CHASSIDIC tale. See The eternal light. 

No. 58. 
CHASSON. MONROE, Beauty and the beast. 

See Alpert, Burt. 
CHAYES. STEWART LIONEL. Up and 
down the beat. Radio script no. 1. © lc 
11-1-45; Stewart Lionel Chayes, Chicago; 
C 2. 
CHEANEY, LOIA. Mississippi orchard. 

See Barrier, Edgar. 
THE CHEAT. See The Cross syndicate, inc. 
THE CHEATER and the Cisco Kid. See 

The Cisco Kid. No. 109A. 
CHECHAKO. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

No. 400. 
CHECK and double-check. See The Green 

Hornet. No. 755. 
CHEDNEY press. America's communist con- 
spiracy. See Josephson, Emanuel M. 
CHEERS. See Ives, George Montgomery. 4 
CHEKHOV. ANTON PAVLOVICH. 

The cherry orchard, by Anton Chekhov ; 
a new acting version in four acts by Fitzroy 
Davis and Lee Furman. © lc 6-15-46 ; 
Fitzroy Davis and Lee Furman, New York ; 
D unp. 3632. 

Cherry orchard, source title. See Bar- 
rier, Edgar. Mississippi orchard. 

A happy ending. See Mintz, Evrom 
Allen. 
CHELLSON, ELIZABETH. Leftover ghost. 

See Fox, Ruth. 
CHENEY, WARREN DeWITT. Flying fox, 
a comedy in three acts. © lc 5-31-46 : 
Warren DeWitt Cheney, New York ; D unp. 
B360. 
CHENOWETH. STUART CURRAN. Yester- 
dav you said today, a folk comedy in two 
scenes. © lc 9-19-46 ; Stuart Curran 
Chenoweth, Santa Barbara, Calif. ; D unp. 
5617. 
CHERNIAVSKY, JOSEF. Salute to the hat 
check girl, a new radio show designed for 



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any firm selling men's hats. © lc 3-12-46 ; 
Josef Cherniavsky, New York ; C 261. 

THE CHERRY orchard. See 

Barrier, Edgar. Mississippi orchard. 
Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich. 

CHERTOFF, ABEL, pseud. See Chertoff, 
Abraham Albert. 

CHERTOFF, ABRAHAM ALBERT. The 
house on Emerald Bay, a radio script by 
Abel Chertoff [pseud.] © lc 6-28-46: 
Abraham Albert Chertoff, New York ; D 
unp. 3318. 

CHESLEY, MARY CARITHERS. For men 
onlv. Radio program. © lc 2-12-46 : Mary 
Carithers Chesley, Cambridge, Mass. : C 329. 

CHESSLER, MAURICE. Spell and tell. Au- 
dition script no. 924-46. © lc 2-26-46 ; 
Maurice Chessler, Baltimore ; C 202. 

CHESTNUT, WILLIAM. 

To the hands of the people, a play in three 
acts bv William Chestnut and Charles 
Smith. ' © lc 7-6-46 ; William Chestnut and 
Charles Smith, San Jose, Calif. ; D unp. 
3889. 

CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION, General 

* motors corporation. See General motors 
corporation. Chevrolet motor division. 

CHIARONI, BARBARA FEDERICA. Fede- 
rica and Puck. A curtain talk. © lc 2-8- 
46 : Barbara Federica Chiaroni, New York ; 
D unp. 604. 

CHICAGO BAR ASSOCIATION. 

State of confusion. See Sprowl, Charles R. 
What's cookin' ; See Sprowl, Charles. 

CHICAGO — city of people. See Nathan, C. 
Henry. 

CHICAGO HERALD-AMERICAN. What 
makes them click? See Jam Handy organi- 
zation, inc. 

CHICAGO, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific 
railroad. See Wilding picture productions, 
inc. 

CHICAMOO Joe. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2069-1294. 

CHICKEN and dumplings. -See The Lone 
Ranker. No. 2025-1250. 

THE CHICKEN coop case. See Burns, Fred 
H. Studies in crime. No. 11. 

CHICKEN every Sunday. See Epstein, Jul- 
ius J. 

CHILD development — extension worker. See 
Schrock, Margaret. 

CHILD of 1945. See Benes, K. J. 

THE CHILD of prophecy. See Wilson, Ira 
Bishop. 

CHILDCRAFT transcription. See Osborne, 
-Ernest G. 

THE CHILDHOOD of Jesus. Dollefeld, Mrs. 
Fred. 

CHILDREN come home. See Jones, Marc 
Edmund. 

CHILDREN in art. See Guild, Helene Heath- 
cote. 

THE CHILDREN long to see you. See Foster, 
Elma Michael Wilkins. Evening with 
swans. 

CHILDREN of China. See Encyclopaedia 
britannica films, inc. 

CHILDREN of God. See Stedman. Marshall. 

CHILDREN of Holland. See Encyclopaedia 
britannica films, inc. 

CHILDREN of Switzerland. See Encyclopae- 
dia britannica films, inc. 

THE CHILDREN of the parsonage. -See Mack, 
Robert. 

THE CHILDREN speak. See Kunkel. Mary 
Lynn. 

CHILDREN'S hour, fif.ee Horn and Hardart 
children's hour. 

CHILDS, RICHARD STORRS. Time to go 
home, fiee Koch, Richard. 

A CHILD'S garden of manners. See Niesen, 
Barney. 

THE CHIMAERA. fiee Reisewitz, Ellen 
Anna. 



CHINELLO. JAMES VANCE. The hurdy- 
gurdy, a play in three acts. © lc 4-21—46 ; 
James Vance Chinello, Los Angeles ; D unp. 
2734. 

DIE CHINESISCHE mauer. See Frisch, Max. 

CHIPMAN, MYRA. See Chipman, Nettie 
Myra. 

CHIPMAN, NETTIE MYRA. Broadway open- 
ing, fiee Reinherz, Leona Gosman. 

THE CHIQUITA and the Cisco Kid. See The 
Cisco Kid. No. 97A. 

CHODOROV, EDWARD. 

Common ground, a drama in three acts. 
New York, French, c 1946. 85 p. front., 
diagrs. 18% cm. (French's standard li- 
brary edition) © 12-13-46; 2c 12-18-46; 
Edward Chodorov, New York ; D pub. 6692. 
Prev.« reg. 2-21-45 ; D unp. 92403. 

Decision, a melodrama in three acts. New 
York, French. c 1946. 86 p. front., diagr. 
18% cm. (French's standard library edi- 
tion) © 8-12-46; 2c 12-18-46; Edward 
Chodorov, New York ; D pub. 6691. 

CHODOROV, JEROME. The French touch. 
See Fields, Joseph. 

THE CHOICE. See Challenge of the Yukon. 
No. 457. 

CHO-ICE. See Dechant. Stella. 

THE CHOICE of the years. See Wilding pic- 
ture productions, inc. 

CHORPENNING, CHARLOTTE BARROWS. 
The adventures of Tom Sawyer, drama- 
tized [in four acts] from the story by 
Samuel L. Clemens. Chicago. Dramatic pub- 
lishing co. [1946]. 86 p. diagrs. 18% cm. 
© 10-2-46 ; 2c 10-13-46 ; Charlotte B. 
Chorpenning, Chicago ; D pub. 5351. 

Alice in Wonderland, dramatized [in 
three acts] — Chicago, Dramatic publishing 
co. [1946] 68 p. diagrs. 18% cm. © 
10-21-46 ; 2c 10-31-46 ; Charlotte B. 
Chorpenning, Chicago ; D pub. 5717. 

James Thurber's Many moons, drama- 
tized by Charlotte B. Chorpenning. In 
three acts. Chicago. Dramatic publishing 
co. [1946] 91 p. front., pi., diagrs. 18 
cm. © 11-14-46 : 2c 11-24-46 ; James 
Thurber, New York ; D pub. 6318. 

THE CHORUS in the skies. See Wilson, Ira 
Bishop. 

CHRESTENSEN, FRANCIS J. Honor of the 
press, a play in three acts. © lc 6-19-46 ; 
Francis J. Chrestensen, Miami, Fla. ; D 
unp. 3654. 

CHRIST at Oak Ridge. See Scholl, Roy 
Louis. 

THE CHRIST way. See Long, Essie Lee. 

CHRISTIE, AGATHA MILLER. Ten little 
Niggers, a play in three acts by Agatha 
Christie. London, French [1945] 82 p. 
pi., diagr. 21% cm. (French's acting edi- 
tion) © 7-16-45; lc 2-23-46; Samuel 
French, ltd., London : D pub. 800. 

CHRISTIE, CATHERINE A. Heigh-ho 
holly, a Christmas operetta ; lyrics and 
dialog by Catherine A. Christie and Wil- 
helmina Matson, music by Catherine A. 
Christie. Franklin, O., Eldridge enter- 
tainment house ; [etc.] cl945. 50 p. 26% 
cm. © 10-24-45 ; 2c 12-26-45 ; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin, O. ; D 
pub. 1015. 

CHRISTINA. See Orlovitz, Gilbert. 

A CHRISTMAS adventure with Jump-Jump. 
See Hickox, Mary McConnell. Jump-Jump 
and the story of the little lost star. 

THE CHRISTMAS adventures of Cuddles and 
Tuckie. See Williams, Frances Royster. 

CHRISTMAS at the trailer camp. See Wil- 
son, Ira Bishop. 

CHRISTMAS bells. See 
Moser, Marian. 
Nolte, Roy E. 

A CHRISTMAS carol. See Dickens, Charles. 



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CHRISTMAS customs. See Grantley, 

Arthur. 
CHRISTMAS eve at Santa's. See Thalimer, 

Florence Lance. * 

A CHRISTMAS fantasy. See Wesley, Mary 

Lou. 
CHRISTMAS for Santa. See Tillstrom, F. 

Burr. 
CHRISTMAS for the Duchess. See Northrop, 

Evelyn. 
CHRISTMAS gift for a lady. See The 

Sheriff. No. 68. 
THE CHRISTMAS guest. See Longfellow, 

Mary Elizabeth. 
CHRISTMAS on Old Mac Donald's farm. 

See Bugbee, Willis N. 
XMAS past. See Schram, John J. Michael. 
CHRISTMAS plays and rhymes for very 

young children. See Fidelman, Gertrude. 
CHRISTMAS present. See Challenge of the 

Yukon. No. 411. 
THE CHRISTMAS star. See Bierwert, 

Thane L. 
CHRISTMAS upside down. See Bennett, 

Rowena Bastin. Six holiday plays. 
CHRISTOPHER Columbus, the boy of Genoa. 

See Boshco, Elinor Gene. 
CHRISTOPHER King. See The Lone Ranger. 

No. 2046-1271. 
THE CHRISTUS. -See Winningham, Ray 

Charles. 
CHURCH, GEORGE LUCIEN. Dese, doze 

'n' dames, a musical farce in two acts. Text 

only. © 1c 6-21-46 ; George Lucien Church, 

Mount Vernon, N. Y. ; D imp. 3897. 
CIARAMELLA, ROBERTO. 

L'acquaiola Napulitana. A dramatic 

sketch. 2 leaves. © 1c 9-26-46 : Stand- 
ard phono corp.. New York ; D unp. 5943. 
Carmela Fresella e Saverio Biscotto, la 

contravvenzione. A dramatic sketch. 3 

leaves. © lc 9-26-46 ; Standard phono 

corp., New York ; D unp. 5942. 

'Na mugliera sorda. A dramatic sketch. 

3 leaves. © lc 9-26-46 : Standard phono 

corp., New York ; D unp. 5944. 

'O ciuccio 'o parulano e 'a signora. A 

dramatic sketch. 3 leaves. © lc 9-26—46 ; 

Standard phono corp., New York ; D unp. 

5878. 
CICERALE. LAWRENCE V. The bright sun, 

a play in three acts by Byron Keath [pseud.] 

© lc 6-6-46 : Lawi-ence V. Cicerale, Gutten- 

berg-, N. J. ; D unp. 3415. 
CIGARETTE smoke and the non-smoker. See 

Jensen, Grant Carl. 
THE CINDER gloweth. See Chantler, David 

Everett. 
CINDERELLA. See 

Adelmann. Jacqueline. 

Davis, Dona. 

Duddy, Lyn John. 

Mack, Nila. 

Miller. Henrv Wisp. 
CINDERELLA'S party. See Booth. William 

Ravmond. 
CIPES. LEO RICHARD. Shoulder the sky. 

a new play in three acts bv L. Richard 

Cipes. © lc 3-24-46 ; Leo Richard Cipes, 

New York ; D unp. 2229. 
CIRCUS (lav. See Miller, Sigmund. 
THE CISCO KID. (Radio program) Pro- 
grams in this series are by James Mc- 

Cracken. © Frederic W. Ziv co., Cincin- 
nati. 

1. A trick for the Cisco Kid. © lc 7-3- 

46: Dunp. 3918. 

3A. A flame f^r the Cisco Kid. © lc 

7-3-46 ; D unp. 3919. 

4. Tbe silent killer and the Cisco Kid. 

© lc 7-3-46 : 3920. 

6. A war for the Cisco Kid. © lc 7-3- 
46 : D unp. 3921. 

7. <* diamond for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
7-3-46 ; D unp. 3922. 

8. Two hats for the Cisco Kid. © lc 



7-3-46 ; D unp. 3923. 

9. A treasure for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
7-3-46 ; D unp. 3924. 

10. A kidnap for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
7-3-46 ; D unp. 3925. 

11. A mistake for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
7-3-46 ; D unp. 3926. 

12. A frame for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
7-3-46 ; D unp. 3927. 

13. Double murder for the Cisco Kid. © 
lc 8-18-46 ; D unp. 4573. 

14A. A curse for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
8-18-46 ; D unp. 4574. 

14A. A curse for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
9—2-46 ; revision ; D unp. 5464. 

15A. Dvnamite for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
S-18-46 ; D unp. 4575. 

16A. A cape for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
8-18-46 ; D unp. 4576. 

17A. A promise for the Cisco Kid. © 
lc 8-18-46 ; D unp. 4577. 

18A. The rodeo rider and the Cisco Kid. 
© lc 8-18-46 ; D unp. 4578. 

19A. An exploding mine for the Cisco 
Kid. © lc 8-18-46 : D unp. 4579. 

20A. A roundup for the Cisco Kid. © 
lc 8-18-46 ; D unp. 4580. 

21A. A number for the Cisco Kid. © 
lc 8-18-46 ; D unp. 4581. 

22A. A warpath for the Cisco Kid. © 
lc 8-18-46 ; D unp. 4582. 

23A. A triumph for the Cisco Kid. © 
lc 7-8-46 ; D unp. 3939. 

24. A date for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
7-8-46 ; D unp. 3940. 

25A. A wedding for the Cisco Kid. © 
lc 7-8-46 : D unp. 3941. 

26A. The rustler and the Cisco Kid. © 
lc 7-8-46 : D imp. 3942. 

27A. A mirror for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
7-8-46 : D unp. 3943. 

28A. A landslide for the Cisco Kid. © 
lc 7-8-46 : D unp. 3944. 

29A. A crossing for the Cisco Kid. © 
lc 7-8-46 ; D unp. 3945. 

30A. A prize for the' Cisco Kid. © lo 
7-8-46 ;' D unp. 3946. 

31A. A search for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
7-8-46 : D unp. 3947. 

32. A kiss for the Cisco Kid. © le 
7-30-46 ; D unp. 3948. 

33. A close call for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
8-18-46 : D unp. 4583. 

3 4 A. The fire and the Cisco Kid. © lc 
8-18-46 : D unp. 4584. 

35A. Handcuffs for the Cisco Kid. © 
lc S-18-46 : D unp. 4585. 

36. A whip for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
8-1S-46 : D unp. 4586. 

37A. A reward for the Cisco Kid. © 
lc 8-18-46 : D unp. 4587. 

38A. A tax for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
8-18-46 : D unp. 4588. 

39A. The gunner and the Cisco Kid. © 
lc 8-18-46 : D unp. 4589. 

40A. A fortune for the Cisco Kid. © 
lc 8-18-46 : D unp. 4590. 

41 A. Gold for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
8-18-46 : D unp. 4591. 

42A. A rescue for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
8-18-46 : D imp. 4592. 

43A. Four aces for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
9-2-46 : X> unp. 4756. 

44A. The madman and the Cisco Kid. © 
lc 9-2-46 ; D unp. 4757. 

45A. An escape for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
9-2-46 : D unp. 4758. 

46A. Ransom for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
9-2-46 : D imp. 4759. 

47A. An ambush for the Cisco Kid. © 
lc 9-2-46 : D unp. 4752. 

48A. A new love for the CisGO Kid. © 
lc 9-2-46 : D unp. 4753. 

50A. A hold-up for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
9-2-46 ; D unp. 4751. 



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lc 



lc 



51 A. A crisis for the Cisco Kid. 
9-2-46 ; D unp. 4754. 

52A. A teacher for the Cisco Kid. 
9-2-40 : D imp. 4755. 

53A. A river bed for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
9-2-46 ; D imp. 4760. 

54A. The beast and the Cisco Kid. © lc 
9-16-46 ; D unp. 4917. 

55A. Arms for the Cisco Kid. © lc 9-16- 
46 ; D unp. 4918. 

56A. A shadow for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
9-16-46 : D unp. 4919. 

57A. A wound for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
9-16-46 ; D unp. 4920. 

58. A dispatch for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
9-16-46 : D unp. 4921. 

59A. A favor for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
9-16-46 ; D unp. 4922. 

60A. Ah execution for the Cisco Kid. 
© lc 9-16-46 ; D unp. 4923. 

61A. A lion for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
9-16-46 ; D unp. 4924. 

62A. A feud for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
9-16-46 : D unp. 4925. 

63A. A stage coach murder and the Cisco 
Kid. © lc 9-16-46 ; D unp. 4926. 

64A. A gold mine for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
10-31-46 ; D unp. 5733. 

65A. A dead end for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
10-31-46 ; D unp. 5734. 

66A. A wedding for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
12-6-46 : D unp. 6476. 

67. A tombstone for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
9-23-46 : D unp. 5473. 

68A. An accident for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
9-23-46; D unp. 5472. 

69A. Twice-stolen -money for the Cisco 
Kid. © lc 9-23-46 ; D unp. 5471. 

70A. A vote for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
9-23-46 ; D unp. 5470. 

71A. Diamonds for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
9-23-46 ; D unp. 5469. 

72A. A white rose for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
9-23-46 ; D unp. 5468. 

73A. A wedding for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
12-6-46 ; D unp. 6477. 

74A. A formula for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
9-23-46 : D unp. 5467. 

75A. Senorita Pancho and the Cisco Kid. 
© lc 9-23-46 ; D unp. 5466. 

76A. The baron and the Cisco Kid. © lc 
9-23-46 : D unp. 5474. 

77A. The lost girl and the Cisco Kid. © 
lc 10-31-46 ; D unp. 5735. 

78A. A letter for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
10-31-46 ; D unp. 5736. 

79A. A spur for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
9-23-46 : D unp. 5465. 

80A. An arrest for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
10-31-46 ; D unp. 5737. 

81A. A cargo for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
10-31-46 : D unp. 5738. 

82A. An inn for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
10-31-46; D unp. 5739. 

83 A. A long wait for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
10-31-46 ; D unp. 5740. 

84A.„A plant for the Cisco Kid. .© lc 
10-31-46 ; D unp. 5741. 

85A. A walk for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
10-31-46: D unp. 5742. 

86A. A long shot for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
10-31-46; D unp. 5743. 

87A. A maverick for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
10-31-46 ; D unp. 5744. 

88A. A hunch for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
10-31-46 ; D unp. 5745. 

89A. A workout for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
10-31-46 : D unp. 5746. 

90A. A knockout for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
10-31-46 : D unp. 5747. 

91A. A twin for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
10-31-46 ; D unp. 5748. 

92A. The line riders and the Cisco Kid. 
© lc 10-31-46 : D unp. 5749. 

93A. A deposit for the Cisco Kid. © lc 



10-31-46 ; D unp. 5750. 

94A. A range war and the Cisco Kid. 
© lc 10-31-46 ; D unp. 5751. 

95A. A hanging for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
10-31-46 ; D unp. 5752. 

96A. An account for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
11-2-46 ; D unp. 5798. 

97A. The chiquita and the Cisco Kid. © 
lc 11-2-46 ; D unp. 5799. 

98A. A pardon for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
11-2-46 ; D unp. 5800. 

99A. The marshall and the Cisco Kid. 
© lc 11-2-46 ; D unp. 5801. 

100A. The senorita's shoe and the Cisco 
Kid. © lc 11-2-46 ; D unp. 5802. 

101A. A shell for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
11-2-46 ; D unp. 5803. 

102A. A helping hand for the Cisco Kid. 
© lc 11-2-46 ; D unp. 5804. 

103A. The slaves and the Cisco Kid. © 
lc 11-2-46 ; D unp. 5805. 

104A. A cell for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
11-2-46 ; D unp^. 5806. 

105A. Fighting wages for the Cisco Kid. 
© lc 11-2-46 ; D unp. 5807. 

106A. The river and the Cisco Kid. © lc 
11-2-46 ; D unp. 5808. 

107A. The wrong trail for the Cisco Kid. 
© lc 11-2-46 ; D unp. 5809. 

108A. A celebration for the Cisco Kid. 
© lc 11-2-46 ; D unp. 5810. 

109A. The cheater and the Cisco Kid. 
© lc 11-2-46 ; D unp. 5811. 

110A. The cougar and the Cisco Kid. © 
lc 11-2-46 ; D unp. 5812. 

111A. A bride for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
11-2-46 : D unp. 5813. 

112A. The gorge and the Cisco Kid. © lc 
11-2-46 : D unp. 5814. 

113. The dead men and the Cisco Kid. 
© lc 11-2-46 ; D unp. 5815. 

114A. The ghost and the Cisco Kid. © lc 
11-2-46 ; D unp. 5816. 

115A. A touch for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
11-2-46 : D unp. 5817. 

116A. The cat's meow and the Cisco Kid. 
© lc 12-6-46 ; D unp. 6478. 

117A. The train wreck and the Cisco Kid. 
© lc 11-18-46 ; D unp. 6023. 

118A. A note for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
11-18-46 : D unp. 6014. 

119A. The trance and the Cisco Kid. © 
lc 11-18-46 ; D unp. 6015. 

120A. A president for the Cisco Kid. © 
lc 11-18-46 : D unp. 6016. 

121A. The shot in the back and the Cisco 
Kid. © lc 11-18-46 : D unp. 6019. 

122A. The safe and the Cisco Kid. © lc 
11-18-46; D unp. 6018. 

123A. A loss for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
11-18-46 : D unp. 6017. 

124A. The emperor's treasure and the 
Cisco Kid. © lc 11-18-46 : D unp. 6020. 

125A. A picture for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
11-18-46 : D unp. 6021. 

126A. A line for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
11-18-46: D unp. 6022. 

127A. Two beauties for the Cisco Kid. 
© lc 12-6-46 ; D unp. 6479. 

128A. The packet rider and the Cisco Kid. 
© lc 12-6-46 ; D unp. 6480. 

129A. A pass for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
12-6-46 ; D unp. 6481. 

130A. A strange case for the Cisco Kid. 
© lc 12-6-46 : D unp. 6482. 

131A. A call for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
12-6-46 ; D unp. 6483. 

132A. A coach for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
12-6-46 : D unp. 6484. 

133A. A blow-up for the Cisco Kid. © lc 
12-6-46 : D unp. 6485. 

134A. The avalanche and the Cisco Kid. 
© lc 12-6-46 : D unp. 6486. 
CITIZEN. See Lessin?. Norman. 
CITIZEN Joe. See Hirsh, Irving R. 



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pt. i, n. s. 



CITIZENSHIP in action. See Shloss, Ger- 
trude B. 

CITRON, MILTON. Man from La Plata. See 
Groag. Edward R. 

CITRON, SAMUEL J. The cave of the King, 
a dramatic legend in two acts, adapted by 
Samuel J. Citron from Meleh Yisrael, by 
Yaakov Cohen ; lyrics by Helen V. Sprung. 
© lc 3-5-46 ; Samuel J. Citron, Flushing, 
N. Y. ; D unp. 3135. 

CITY ICE AND FUEL COMPANY. 

Ice — a modern business. See Jam Handy 
organization, inc. 

This is your job. See Jam Handy organi- 
zation, inc. 

CITY morgue. See Murder at midnight. 
No. 43. 

THE CITY of Blood. See Bailey, William A. 

CITY of God, source title. See Draugelis, 
Simon John. The Blessed Virgin Mary, 
Mother of God. 

CITY of sand. See Dowell, George Brendan. 
The lost city. 

THE CITY slicker. See Seiter, Hilde W. 

CLAGUE, HERBERT KENNETH. I got a 
cold, a one act play. © lc 9—22—46 ; Herbert 
Kenneth Clague, Binghamton, N. Y. ; D unp. 
5209. 

CLAIMANT of the Lazv D. See The Lone 
Ranger. No. 2169-1394. 

CLAIR de lune. see O'Neill, Lita Margaret. 

CLAIRE. CLARA, pseud. See Peters, Clara. 

CLAIRE'S clothesline. See Peters, Clara. 

CLANCY, JOHN LEONARD. Contented, a 
dramatic work with music. Text and music 
on separate leaves. © lc 5-29—46 ; John 
Leonard Clancy, Edithvale, Victoria, Aus- 
tralia ; D unp. 1052. 

CLAPP, CHARLES. But for the grace of 
God, a comedy in three acts by Charly 
Clapp. © lc 6-29-46 ; Charles Clapp, New 
York : D unp. 3916. 

CLARET, ELYNE. Les nouvelles aventures 
de Blanche-Neige, suite imaginee au conte 
de Grimm ; f6erie musicale en quatre 
tableaux avec les principaux airs de Blanche- 
Neige. Paris, Editions de la Revue moderne 
[1945]. 40 p. 18% cm. (Collection les 
editions theatrales. ) © 10-11-45; lc 
3-2-46 ; Elyane Claret, Paris ; D pub. 2334. 

CLARK, AL W. This ghost business, a mys- 
tery-comedy in three acts. Cedar Rapids, 
Iowa, Heuer, cl946. 75 p. diasr. 19 cm. 
© 9-18-46 : 2c 10-10-46 : Edward I. Heuer, 
Cedar Rapids. Iowa ; D pub. 5258. 

CLARK, ALYSIA. 

Alysia Clark's fashion cast ; or, Fashions, 
now and then. Film script. © lc 6-25-46 ; 
Alysia Clark, New York ; C 522. 

The immortals column at The atomic 
round table. See Waycott, Ruth. 

Fairy tales of fashion ; or, From rags to 
riches. A play in six scenes. © lc 
4-19-46 ; Alysia Clark, New York ; D unp. 
2721. 

CLARK, ARTHUR FREELAND. 

Betsy Ross ; or, Birth of the Stars and 
Stripes. A play in three acts and four 
scenes. © lc 8-20-46 ; Arthur Freeland 
Clark, Rego Park, N. Y. ; D unp. 4609. 

Romantic Betsy Ross ; or, Betsy Ross, 
romantic rebel. A play in three acts, four 
scenes. © lc 5-22-46 ; Arthur Freeland 
Clark, New York : D unp. 3266. 
CLARK, FRANK HOWARD. 

These women, a comedy in three acts by 
John Bentley [pseud.] © lc 3-11-46; 
Frank Howard Clark, Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 
new matter : revision : D unp. 999. Prev. 
reg. Wild canary, 10-1-38, D unp. 59848, 
1-18-39, D unp. 61295. 

These women, a three act comedy by 
John Bentley [pseud.] © lc 5-14-46; 
Frank Howard Clark, Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 
new matter : revision ; D unp. 3035. 



\ 



CLARK, HELEN M. With silver wings, a 
one-act play of India. New York, Friend- 
ship press [ c 1946] 30 p. 18% cm. © 
8-12-46 ; 2c 8-23-46 ; Friendship press, 
inc., New York ; D pub. 4696. 

CLARK, HERMA. Port of Chicago. See 
Gerstenberg. Alice. 

CLARK, LAMAR. The cooing of the angels, 
a romantic fantasy in two acts by Lamar 
Clark and Howard Canoune. © lc 2-3-46 ; 
Lamar Clark and Howard Canoune, 
Mercersburg, Pa. ; D unp. 506. 

CLARK, PAUL WINTHROP. Little Don, a 
comedy in three acts. © lc 12-8-45, Paul 
Winthrop Clark, Holyoke, Mass. ; new mat- 
ter : revisions ; D unp. 34. Prev. reg. Eddie 
Fev, 10-13-41, D unp. 78027. 

CLARK, ROGER, pseud. See Sergei, Christo- 
pher. 

CLARKE, ENID HAGER, What's become 
of . . . Radio script by Enid Hager Clarke 
and Milton J. Feldman. © lc 1-15-46 ; 
Enid Hager Clarke and Milton J. Feldman, 
Philadelphia : C 86. 

CLARKE, WILLIAM KENDALL. See 
Fighting senator. 

CLASH of wills. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2113-1338. 

CLASSIFIED ad. See The Green Hornet. 
No. 749. 

CLAUDE comes a'callin'. -See Kirchner, 
Claude H. \ 

CLAUDY, CARL H. If a man die, a Masonic 
fantasy in one act. Washington, D. C, 
Masonic services association of the U. S., 
1945. 21 p. 27* m . © 11-2-45; 2c 11- 
4-45 ; Carl H. Claudy, Washington ; D pub. 
601. 

CLEAN hands. See Morris, Alfred G. 

CLEANLINESS and sanitation. See Fer- 
nald, Alan R. 

CLEAR, WAYNE, pseud. See Harms, Hans. 

CLEAR the tables. See Myers, Gustave 
Francis. 

CLEARWATER. See Vorys, George Warren. 

CLEAVAGE. See Wellstone, Leon. 

CLEMENS, SAMUEL LANGHORNE. 

The adventures of Tom Sawyer. See 
Chorpenning, Charlotte Barrows. 

Huckleberry Finn. See Popular science 
publishing company, inc. 

CLEMENT, VICTOR. 

Marriage, a play in three acts by Victor 
Clement, based on August Strindberg's 
The dance of death. © lc 11-11-46 ; Victor 
Clement, New York ; D unp. 5907. 

The roval comedy, a play in three acts, 
six scenes'. © lc 2-23-46 ; Victor Clement, 
New York ; D unp. 849. 

CLEMENTS, ALICE V. See Horn and Hardart 
children's hour. 

CLEMENTS, COLIN. Oh ! Susanna. See 
Clements. Florence Ryerson. 

CLEMENTS, FLORENCE RYERSON. Oh ! 
Susanna. A comedy with music in two acts 
by Florence Rverson and Colin Clements, 
suggested by the life of Stephen Foster. 
Stephen Foster songs. Text only. © lc 
4_18-46 : Colin Clements and Florence Ryer- 
son Clements, Canoga Park, Calif. ; D unp. 
2677. 

CLEMENTS COMPANY INC. See Horn and 
Hardart children's hour. 

CLEO and the clock. See Koppin, Eugene 
Pingree. 

CLEVELAND, JAMES. 

Lost Monday, a farce in three acts by 
-James Cleveland and Eddie Cope. © lc 
4_26-46 ; James Cleveland and Eddie Cope, 
Rockport, Tex. ; D unp. 2800. 

Take the count, a comedy in three acts 
for six men and six women by James Cleve- 
land and Eddie Cope. © lc 10-5-46 ; Eddie 



34 



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v. 19, 1946 



Cope and James Cleveland, Rockport, Tex. ; 

D unp. 5233. 
CLEVELAND, NANCY J. 

Sea Cliff. Radio script. © lc 9-30-46; 

Nancy J. Cleveland, Los Angeles ; D unp. 

5181. 

This mad hour. Radio script. © lc 

9-30-46 : Nancy J. Cleveland, Los Angeles ; 

D unp. 5180. 
CLEWES. WINSTON DAVID ARMSTRONG. 

The violent friendship, a play in three acts. 

© lc 2-5—46 : Winston David Armstrong 

Clewes, Beckenham. Kent, Eng. ; D unp. 522. 
THE CLIFFHANGERS. -See Knapp, Jack. 
CLIFFORD. GEORGE. Hudson River lady. 

See Travers, Vincent. 
THE CLOCK. See Lux radio theatre, Jan. 

28. 1946. 
CLOETE, STUART. The coin of courage, a 

play in two acts, nine scenes, two sets, and 

six characters (& some extras). Final draft, 

with an introduction, of the play originally 

entitled The Tropic of Cancer. © lc 3-9-46 ; 

Stuart Cloete. New York ; D imp. 2023. 
CLOKEY, BELLE BROWN. Via Christi, a 

dramatic meditation blending the hymns and 

the history of the church. © lc 11-10-46 ; 

Belle Brown Clokey, Orlando, Fla. ; C 921. 
A CLOSE call for the Cisco Kid. See The 

Cisco Kid. No. 33. 
A CLOUD of witnesses. See Bates, Esther 

Willard. 
CLOWN alley. See Kramer, Allen Cornell. 
CLUB forum. See Leeds, Katharine Royce. 
THE CLUE. See The Sheriff. No. 100. 
THE CLUE of the left-handed matches. See 

Dr. Christian. No. 388. 
THE CLUE of the red ribbon. See Fernand, 

Roland F. 
A COACH for the Cisco Kid. ^See The Cisco 

Kid. No. 132A. 

COALS of fire. See Rossi, Heddy E. 

COATES, CAROL. The jade heart, a fantasy 
in one act in the Chinese manner. © lc 
9-7-46 ; Carol Coates, New York ; D unp. 
5086. 

COATSW r ORTH, ELIZABETH JANE. The 

golden horseshoe. See Piatt, Helen. 
COBB, IRA, pseud. See Sokolove, Benjamin 

Lawrence. 
COCA-COLA COMPANY. 

Dear Barney. See Jam Handy organiza- 
tion, inc. 

The five-cent drink. See Jam Handy or- 
ganization, inc. 

Follow fundamentals. See Jam Handy 
organization, inc. 

From the dealer's viewpoint. Recording 
script for the Coca-cola company. © lc 
4-5-46 ; Coca-cola co., Wilmington. Del.; C 
340. 

It's what you make it. See Jam Handy 
organization, inc. 

The modern oasis. See Jam Handy or- 
ganization, inc. 

. The new mills "120" and "60". See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 

The new open-type coolers. See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 

The new vendo '59' and '83'. See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 

The quality team. See Jam Handy or- 
ganization, inc. 

The story of oil. See Jam Handy organ- 
ization, inc. 
COCHRAN, JOSEPH. The petticoat jury, a 
radio play. (Cavalcade of America, May 
20, 1946) © lc 9-25-46; E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & co., Wilmington, Del. ; D unp. 
5042. 
COCKY doodler. See Maner, William Law- 
ton, jr. Uncertain death. 
COCTEAU, JEAN. The eagle has two heads. 
See Bromley, Harald. 



COE, DOUGLAS, psued. Road to Alaska. 
See Piatt, Helen. 

THE COFFEE grinder. See Fenigson, Philip. 

COFFEY, HERSCHEL H. Romance in 
strings, dramatico-musical composition in 
three acts, adaptable for stage, screen and 
radio. Text by Herschel H. Coffey and 
others, music by Herschel H. Coffey, J. 
Charles McNeil and others. © lc 2-4-46 ; 
Herschel H. Coffey, Lowville, N. Y. ; D imp. 
1008. 

COFFIN, DEAN. Hi, pop. A half-hour ra- 
dio program. (One night stand, Feb. 7, 
1946) © lc 2-14-46; Dean Coffin, Bir- 
mingham, Mich. ; D unp. 3313. 

LE COFFRE-FORT vivant. See Berr, 
Georges. 

COGHLAN, HUGH WILLIAM. Could this 
be a trend? A play. 7 leaves. © lc 9-23- 
46 ; Hugh William Coghlan, Jersey City ; 

- D unp. 5032. 

COGSWELL, MASON D. Possessed. See 
Esser, Wright. 

COHEN, ABE HENRY. Rabingo, introduc- 
tion to a radio program. © lc 11-17—46 ; 
A. Henry Cohen, Pittsburgh ; D unp. 5976. 

COHEN, ELLIOT J. 

Breakfast, a comedy in one scene. © 
lc 6-6-46 ; Elliot J. Cohen, New York ; D 
unp. 3854. 

French brides, one scene with song and 
dance interlude. © lc 6-6-46 ; Elliot J. 
Cohen, New York ; D unp. 3859. 

Hell, humorous skit in one scene. © lc 
6-6-46: Elliot J. Cohen, New York; D 
unp. 3855. 

Hey moon, a fantasy partly in verse. © 
lc 6-6-46 : Elliot J. Cohen, New York ; 
D unp. 3851. 

Hotel lobby, a short skit. © lc 6-6-46 ; 
Elliot J. Cohen, New York ; D unp. 3857. 

Love affair, a short skit. © lc 6-6-46 ; 

Elliot J. Cohen, New York; D unp. 3856. 

Me brand new cab, a short skit. © lc 

6-6-46 ; Elliot J. Cohen, New York ; D unp. 

3858. 

Politics, a dramatization in one scene. 
© lc 6-6-46 ; Elliot J. Cohen, New York ; 
D unp. 3852. 

Queen Rachel III, a musical dramatic 
sketch. Text only. © lc 6-6-46 ; Elliot 
J. Cohen, New York ; D unp. 3860. 

Step right up, one scene, in verse. © lc 
6-6-46 ; Elliot J. Cohen, New York ; D unp. 
3853. 

COHEN, HARVEY DEUTSCHER. 

Homicide House. Radio script. © lc 
6-1-46 : Harvey Deutscher Cohen, Brook- 
lyn : D imp. 3364. 

Maelstrom. Radio script. © lc 3-15- 
46 : Harvey Deutscher Cohen, Brooklyn ; 
D imp. 2121. 

COHEN, LESTER. The web and the rock, a 
play in three acts by Lester Johen, from 
the novel by Thomas Wolfe. © lc 11-28-46 ; 
Lester Cohen and Maxwell Perkins, Doyles- 
town. Pa. ; D imp. 6275. 

COHEN, SAMUEL H. Lemel's millions 
(Lemels millionen) comedie in 2 acts and 
19 scenes, by Samuel H. Cohen and Isidor 
Friedman. Yiddish text. © lc 8-10-46 ; 
Samuel H. Cohen and Isidor Friedman, New 
York ; D unp. 4500. 

COHEN, YAAKOV. Meleh Yisrael. See 
Citron, Samuel J. The cave of the King. 

COHN, ALBERT MARCUS. A cup of coffee, 
a play in one act. © lc 7-7-46 ; Albert 
Marcus Cohn, Providence ; D unp. 3930. 

COHN, STEWART HARRISON. The band- 
master, a musical comedy in two acts, 
Text only. © lc 11-8-46 ; Stewart Harri- 
son Cohn,- Great Neck. N. Y. ; D unp. 5904. 

COIFFURES through history. See Berman, 
Sylvia. 

THE COIN of courage. See Cloete, Stuart. 



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pt. i, n. s^ 



COLBY, HELEN KINGSLEY. Indian giver, 
a comedy in three acts by Helen Colby. © 
lc 11-29-46 ; Helen Kingsley Colby, Pel- 
ham Manor, N. Y. ; D unp. 6443. 
COLD facts on home freezers. See Jam 

Handy organization,, inc. 
COLDRICK, PATRICK. 

Account rendered. See Gaver, Claude H. 

Good intentions. See Gaver, Claude H. 

COLDS in the head. See Dunwoodie, 

David M. 
COLDWELL, KATHERINE. The vote, pre- 
sented by Grant, Flory & Williams ; pro- 
duced and directed by John Flory ; screen- 
play by Katherine Coldwell and John Flory. 
(Tools of democracy series) © lc 12-24—46 ; 
Katherine Coldwell and John Flory, New 
York ; D unp. 6700. 
COLE, BEATRICE. The temporary Mrs. 

Smith. See Susann, Jacqueline. 
COLE, BENTON. The Pied Piper of Hamelin. 

See Shaw, Artie. 
COLE, GERALD EMERSON. Toe path, a 
three act play. © lc 11-19-46 ; Gerald 
Emerson Cole, New York ; D unp. 5987. 
COLE, JOSEPH H. 

The choice of the years. See Wilding 
picture productions, inc. 

The haunted store. See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 

Merchandising atmosphere. See Wilding 
picture productions, inc. 

Safety service on the drive. See Wilding 
picture productions, inc. 

Safety service on the lift. See Wilding 
picture productions, inc. 

Shaping your future at Montgomery Ward 
and company. See Wilding picture produc- 
tions, inc. 

Stepping high. See Wilding picture pro- 
ductions, inc. 

The successful failure. See Wilding pic- 
ture productions, inc. 

Trouble in the tavern. See Wilding pic- 
ture productions, inc. 

Your tell-tale voice. See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 
COLE, MARTIN J. 

Bar in Miami, a play in three acts. 
© lc 5-13-46, Martin J. Cole, Tucson, Ariz. ; 
D unp. 3060. 

Lillian's house, a play in three acts. © lc 
6-30-46 ; Martin J. Cole, Tucson, Ariz. : 
D unp. 3836. 

Sow's ear. a comedy in three acts. © lc 
3-27-46: Martin J. Cole, Tucson, Ariz.; 
D unp. 2991. 
COLE, RUTH HAGGIN. Orchid on her 
shoulder, a comedy in three acts. © lc 
11-22-46 : Ruth Haggin Cole, Douglas, 
Ariz. ; D unp. 6199. 
COLE, THOMAS OLIVER. Poets corner. 

See Marshman, Donald McGill, jr. 
COLEMAN, MARTYN. See Whiteman, Martyn 

Coleman. 
COLES, STEDMAN. 

The inner world, a new half -hour in radio, 
by Stedman Coles and Robert Steel. © lc 
9-24-46 ; Stedman Coles and Robert Steel, 
New York ; D unp. 5393. 

Insulin shock. See Exploring the un- 
known, May 26, 1946. 

The Shadow. For radio scripts in this 
series see The Shadow. 
COLINETTE. See Achard, Marcel, Theatrede 

Marcel Achard. t. 2. 
COLLAMORE, JEROME. The twin sisters, a 
play in two acts. © lc 8-11-46 ; Jerome 
Collamore, New York ; D unp. 4502. 
COLLEGE problem. See Veterans of victory. 

No. 7. 
COLLIN, LOUIS JACQUES MARIE. Le 
Coffre-fort vivant. See Berr. Georges. 



COLLINE. PAUL. Un village perdu, suivi de 
Le socle ; 2 sketches inedits de Paul Colline, 
represented pour la premiere fois, le 24 
fevrier 1945, sur la scene du Theatre des 
Varietes. (In Les oeuvres libres, Paris, 
Fayard, c 1945. 19 cm. p. 299-317. Nou- 
velle serie no. 5) © 10-1-45 ; lc 4-24-46 ; 
Paul Colline, Paris ; D pub. 3249. 
COLLINS, FREDERICK L. America, here we 
come ! Radio script. © lc 5-12-46 ; Fred- 
erick L. Collins, New York ; D unp. 3469. . 
COLOMBIER, PIERRE. Le roi des resquil- 

leurs. See Pujol, Rene. 
COLOMBO, ALBERTO. 

Aladdin and his wonderful lamp, record- 
ing script for a dramatico-musical composi- 
tion in two parts. © lc 7-26-46 ; Alberto 
Colombo, Los Angeles ; D unp. 1092. 

The animal cracker fair, piano-vocal score. 
© lc 11-19-46 ; Alberto Colombo, Los An- 
geles ; D unp. 1127. 

The doll that ran away, recording script 
for a dramatico-musical composition in two 
parts. © lc 7-26-46 ; Alberto Colombo, Los 
Angeles ; D unp. 1091. 

Sinbad the sailor, piano-vocal score. © lc 
11—19-46 : Alberto Colombo, Los Angeles ; 
D unp. 1125. 

Tommy the toy soldier, piano-vocal score. 
© lc 11-19-46 ; Alberto Colombo, Los An- 
geles ; D unp. 1126. 

COLON, ADOLFO JIMENEZ Y. See Jimenez 
y Colon. Adolfo. 

COLONEL Don Quixote. See Peck, Charles 
K., jr. 

THE COLONEL'S dilemma. See Veterans of 
victory. No. 8. 

COLONIAL children. See Encyclopaedia bri- 
tannica films, inc. 

COLONY. See Shore, Joseph. 

COLOR-BLIND. See Rosen, Irving. 

COLOR shouldn't count, Nellie Wilson. See- 
Hensley, Lula Turner. 

COLORS that move ! See Wilding picture pro- 
ductions, inc. 

COLSON, ROBERT CROSBY. Run with the 
hare, a play in three acts. © lc 5-15-46, 
Robert Crosby Colson, New York ; D unp. 
3097. 

COLTON, JOHN. The soldier tanaka, a play 
in two acts ; adapted by John Colton from 
the German by Georg Kaiser. © lc 6-26- 
46 ; Harry H. Oshrin, New York ; new mat- 
ter : revision ; D unp. 3759. Prev. reg. 
5-6-41, D unp. 75010. 

COLUMBIA BROADCASTING SYSTEM, INC. 
Cinderella. See Mack, Nila. 
The empty noose. See Perl, Arnold. 
Jack and the bean stalk. See Mack, Nila. 
Puss in boots. See Mack, Nila. 
Report to the nation. See Report to the 
nation. 

COLUMBUS and his party before the mon- 
archs. See Schneider, Harry. 

COLUMN time. See Bass. Ralnh. 

COMDEN, BETTY. Billion dollar baby, a 
musical play of the terrific twenties, in two 
acts : book and lyrics by Betty Comden and 
Adolph Green, music by Morton Gould. 
Text only. © lc 8-23-46 : Betty Comden 
and Adolph Green, New York : D unp. 4688. 

COME hither ! See Stubbs, Kenneth Norman. 

COME on over. See West, Mae. 

COME out and play. See Madden, Cecil 
Charles. 

COMEDY no. X. See Fox, Dulce. 

COMEDY of murders. See Chaplin, Charles. 

COMING attractions routine. See Franklin, 
Bill. 

COMMAND. See Haines, William Wister. 

COMMANDING officer Cupid. See Sherbow- 
sky, David. 

A COMMANDO in Wall Street. See Jacob, 
Cary Franklin. 



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v. 19, 1946 



COMME ils s'ainment. See Belvianes, 

Marcel. 
COMMENCEMENT in khaki. See Granick, 

Harry. 
COMMERCIAL RADIO PRODUCTIONS, 
INC. Chansons de Paris. See Boolack, 
Claude. 
•COMMERCIAL radio productions, inc. Chan- 
sons de Paris. See Boolack, Claude. 
COMMERCIAL sales training course. For 
recording scripts in this series. See Voca- 
film corporation. 
COMMISSIONER of police. See Buffum, 

Ray. 
COMMITTEE for Jewish war veterans 
pageant, inc. The unknown soldier speaks. 
See Robertson, Milton. 
COMMON ground. See Chodorov, Edward. 
COMMON seed. See Baldi. Alfred J. 
COMMONS, E. L. The mission of the Magi, 
a Christmas play in four scenes. [Lincoln, 
Nebr.] n 946. 23 p. 18 cm. © 3-4-46 ; 
2c 3-22-46 : E. L. Commons, Lincoln, Nebr. ; 
D pub. 2210. 
COMMUNICATION and transportation. See 
Keeping up with the Wigglesworths. No. 
57. 
A COMMUNITY center, a recreational center, 
a perpetual monument. See Fletcher, 
Nellie O. 
COMMUNITY chests and councils, inc. A 
symbol of service. See Jam Handy or- 
ganization, inc. 
COMPANEEZ, JACQUES. See Kompaneiz- 

eff, Jacques. 
COMPARATIVE advantage. See Keeping up 

with the Wigglesworths. No. 26. 

COMPARET, Jack Wheler. Cafe au lait, a 

play in three acts. © lc 8-9-46 ; Jack 

Wheler Comparet, New York ; D unp. 4481. 

COMPASSIONATE leave. See Uzzell, 

Thomas H. 
COMPETENT parties? -See Smith, Ethel 

Beatty. 
COMPTON, KARL TAYLOR. Science at the 
front. New York Philharmonic-symphony 
intermission feature. Broadcast Nov. 17, 
1946. © lc 12-5-46 : United States rub- 
ber co., New York ; C 959. 
COMPTON, WALTER. Better or worse. 
Radio Script. © lc 8-23-46 ; Walter Comp- 
ton, Washington ; C 645. 
COMSTOCK, CHARLES FRANCIS. The 
punch bowl party, a play in two acts. © 
lc 2-20-46 ; Charles Francis Comstock, 
Struthers, O. : D unp. 2098. 
THE CONCEPTION. See Avion, George Vin- 
cent. 
CONCERTO. See Gordon. Shelby. 
CONCORD contest. See The Lone Ranger. 

No. 2067-1292. 
THE CONDEMNED playground. See 

Broughton, James R. 
CONDENSED version new supervisory devel- 
opment series. See Vocafilm corporation. 
CONDITION red. See Harms, Hans. 
CONDITIONAL I do. See Spurr, Frank 

Floyd. 
CONDON, RICHARD. Who tickled Atlas? 
A new play in three acts by Richard Condon 
and Max E. Youngstein. © lc 5—18-46, 
Richard Condon and Max E Youngstein, 
New York : D unp. 3235. 
CONELLY, BERTHA B. With eyes of youth. 

See Ramsey, Helen. 
CONEY island. See Lux radio theatre, Sept. 

30, 1946. 
THE CONFERENCE. See Schram, John 

Michael. 
CONFESS by day. See Couse, John Robert 

Howard. 
CONFESSIO amantis, source title. See 
Heine, Arthur. Pericles, prince of Tyre. 
THE CONFESSIONS of a nurse. See The 
Sheriff. No. 98. 



CONFLICT, the age of hate. See Cassidy, 

Appolonia H. 
A CONFUSED world, and the answer. See 

Daum, Ida C. E. 
CONGRESS speaks. See Englander, F. Eu- 
gene. 
CONGRESSIONAL medal of honor. See Hol- 
land, Gerald. C. M. H. 
CONKLIN, BYRON EDWARD. The gentle 
rain, a play in three acts. © lc 12-26-46 ; 
Byron Edward Conklin, New York ; D unp. 
6697. 
CONNECTICUT corsair. See Eyre, Laurence. 
CONNORS, JANE WINTERS. The Stork Club 
of the air. Radio script. © lc 7-25-46 ; 
The Hartford Times, inc. (Station WTHT), 
Hartford ; D unp. 4276. 
CONQUER your heart. See Smyth, Nona 

Long. 
CONQUEST. See Vocafilm corporation. 
CONRY. BARTH. See The return of Nick 

Carter. v 

CONSCIENCE. See Lefkowitz, Abe. Werth, 

Paul. 
CONSCIENTIOUSLY speaking. See Young, 

Harry. 
CONSERVATION. See Keeping up with the 

Wigglesworths. No. 77. 
CONSIGNMENT 99. See Reade, Leslie. 
CONSTANDUROS, MABEL. 

Peacock for two, a rather pathetic little 
episode in one act, by Mabel Constanduros 
and Howard Agg. London, French [1946]. 
22 p. 18% cm. (French's acting edition) 
© 6-22-46 ; lc 11-29-46 ; Samuel French, 
ltd., London ; D pub. 6290. 

Shepherd's pie, a comedy for women in 
one act, by Mabel Constanduros and 
Howard Agg. London, French [1946]. 
32 p. diagr. 18% cm. (French's acting 
edition) © 9-2-46; lc 9-29-46; Samuel 
French, ltd., London ; D pub. 6293. 
THE CONSTANT killer. See The Sheriff. 

No. 76. 
CONTENTED. See Clancy, John Leonard. 
CONTINENTAL celebrity club. See Report 

to the Nation, Dec. 8, 1945. 
CONTROLLED cooking. See Vocafilm cor- 
poration. 
CONTROLLED heat. See Wilding picture 

productions, inc. 
THE CONVAIR— 240. See Wilding picture 

productions, inc. 
CONVENTION-AL women. See Johnson, 

Ermane Lowell. 
CONVERSATION piece. See Weiss, Arnold. 
CONVERSATIONAL Spanish. See Los An- 
geles city school district. Course in con- 
versational Spanish. 
CONWAY, JOSEPH A. Let me love you. See 

Adams, Mert. 
THE COOING of the angels. See Clark, 

Lamar. 
COOK, IMOGENE. 

Cry baby, cry, a comedy in one act. Phila- 
delphia, Penn play co. [ e 1946]20p. 18 cm. 
© 1-2-46 : 2c 2-11-46 ; Penn play co., Phila- 
delphia ; D pub. 657. 

Orchids for glamour, a comedy in one act. 
Philadelphia, Penn plav co. [ c 1945 i e 
1946] 22 p. 18 cm. © 1-2-46 : 2c 2-11-46 ; 
Penn plav co.. Philadelphia : D pub. 658. 
COOKE, PHILIP ST. GEORGE. The man 
with the glass head. See Bannister, Albert. 
COOKIN' with gas. See Gordon, Shelby. 
COOKSEY, CURTIS. 

Emmy Lou, a play in three acts. © lc 
1-4-46 ; Curtis Cooksey, Ardsley, N. Y. ; 
D. ump. 47. 

The senator's wife, a comedy in three 
acts. © lc 4-2-46 ; Curtis Cooksey, Ards- 
ley. N. Y. ; D unp. 2692. 

Sons of Olaf, a play in three acts. © lc 
1-16-46 ; Curtis Cooksey, Ardsley, N. Y. : 
D unp. 224. 



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A COOLER house. See Warp, Harold. 
COOMBS, ELIZABETH. The Friday brides, 
a comedy in three acts by Elizabeth and 
Gloria Coombs. © lc 8-6-46 ; Gloria 
Coombs and Elizabeth Coombs, Santa Mon- 
ica, Calif. ; D unp. 4721. 
COOMBS, GLORIA. The Friday brides. 

See Coombs, Elizabeth. 
COOMBS, MINOTT LEE. 

It happens each spring, a comedy in one 
act, by Minott Coombs and Leon Stevens. 
© lc 4-17-46 ; Minott Lee Coombs, Dur- 
ham, N. H. ; D unp. 2613. 

Up jumped the devil, a comedy in one 
act. © lc 10-20-46 ; Minott Lee Coombs, 
Durham, N. H. ; D unp. 5543. 
COOPER, EDWARD K. A pre-natal fantasy. 
Radio script. © lc 7-10-46 ; Edward K. 
Cooper, Jackson Heights, N. Y. ; D unp. 
4207. 
COOPER, JAMES FENIMORE. The last of 
the Mohicans. See Barrows, George Ed- 
ward. The American scout Hawkeye, 
Chingachgook, Uncas in a narrative of 1757. 
COORS (ADOLPH) company. See The Coors 

show. 
THE COORS SHOW. (Radio program) 

Scripts in this series are by W. W. Mac- 
Gruder. © Adolph Coors co., Golden. Col. 
Dec. 27, 1945. © lc 12-30-45 ; C 19. 
Jan. 1, 1946. © lc 1-5-46 ; C 39. 
Jan. 3, 1946. © lc 1-6-46 : C 44. 
Jan. 8, 1946. © lc 1-11-46 : C 62. 
Jan. 10, 1946. © lc 1-13-46 : C 71. 
Jan. 15, 1946. © lc 1-18-46 ; C 96. 
Jan. 17, 1946. © lc 1-20-46 ; C 99. 
Jan. 22, 1946. © lc 1-28-46 : C 108. 
Jan. 24. 1946. © lc 1-27-46 ; C 109. 
Jan. 29, 1946. © lc 2-1-46 : C 112. 
Jan. 31, 1946. © lc 2-3-46 : C 118. 
Feb. 5, 1946. © lc 2-7-46 : C 141. 
Feb. 7, 1946. © lc 2-10-46 ; C 154. 
Feb. 14, 1946. © lc 2-17-46 : C 347. 
Feb. 19, 1946. © lc 2-22-46 : C 210. 
Feb. 21, 1946. © lc 2-23-46; C 201. 
Feb. 26, 1946. © lc 3-3-46 : C 335. 
Feb. 28, 1946, © lc 3-4-46 : C 224. 
Mar. 5, 1946. © lc 3-9-46 : C 256. 
Mar. 7, 1946. © lc 3-10-46 : C 252. 
Mar. 12, 1946. © lc 3-16-46 : C 280. 
Mar. 14, 1946. © lc 3-18-46: C 281. 
Mar. 19, 1946. © lc 3-23-46 ; C 291. 
Mar. 21, 1946. © lc 3-25-46 ; C 297. 
COPE, EDDIE. 

Lost Monday. See Cleveland, James. 
The trap, a play in one act. © lc 
4-11-46. Eddie Cope, Rockport, Tex.;. D 
unp. 2525. 

Take the count. See Cleveland. James. 
COPELAND, MRS. HOMER. See Copeland, 

Mary E. 
COPELAND, MARY E. The New England 
geneologist, radio script. © lc 12-4-46 : 
Mary E. Copeland (Mrs. Homer) East Mil- 
ton, Mass. : D unp. 6404. 

COPPEE, FRANCOIS. Pater noster, a one- 
act poetic drama by Francois Coppee, 
adapted and arranged by Nell Young. © 
lc 12-4-46 : Nell Foster Comeggs Young. 
New York ; D unp. 6403. 

COPPER-TOED boots. See Lockhart, Kath- 
arine. 

COPPY cat. See Ward, Julia Louise. 

COPS and robbers. See Herrick, Landon. 

CORBETT, LANSING. The laff revue, a 
vaudeville show consisting of skits, stunts, 
and specialties. New York, French : [etc.] 
p 1945. 36 p. 19 cm . © 12-1-45 ; 2c 
2-6-46 : Samuel French, New York ; D pub. 
583 

CORBIN, LOUIS E. The autobiography of an 
ancient piece of silver. See Rock, Wil- 
liam N. 

CORCORAN, FRANCES VIRGINIA. Pitch 
on the left, a realistic fantasy in three acts. 



© lc 6-20-46 ; Frances Virginia Corcoran, 
Rhinebeck, N. Y. ; D unp. 3679. 

CORCORAN, L. M. Mr. Dullard talks back. 
See Meehan, John. jr. 

CORCORAN PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Mr. Dullard talks back. See Meehan, 
John, jr. 

Plant it where it grows best. See Megee, 
John. 

CORDELIA. See Batson, George. 

CORDIALLY yours. See Jam Handy organi- 
zation, inc. 

CORDNER, BLAINE. Only to be kind. See 
Buss, Carl A. , 

CORINGTON, WILLIAM C- 

Bent halo, a comedy in five scenes. © lc 
4-11-46 ; William C. Corington, New York ; 
D unp. 3390. 

Blood line, a romantic comedy in six 
scenes. © lc 7-10-46 ; William * John C- 
Corington, New York ; D unp. 3936. 

CORINGTON WILLIAM JOHN C. See Cor- 
ington, William C. 

CORN festival ballet. See' Dawson, Marlow. 

CORNELIA bakes a cake. See Curley, Leo. 

CORNZAPOPPIN. See McDonald, Edward. 

CORPORATIONS : how formed, advantages 
and disadvantages. See Keeping up with 
the Wigglesworths. No. 55. 

THE CORPSE without a skin. See The 
Shadow, Nov. 10, 1946. 

THE CORPSE wore medals. See The return 
of Nick Carter. Feb. 3, 1946. 

THE CORRECTION of speech defects of bi- 
linguals through genuine musical experi- 
ences. See King, Gwendolyn Noon. 

CORRELL, CHARLES J. See The Amos 'n 
Andv show. 

A CORRESPONDENCE from Egypt. -See Mor- 
lev, Blvthe. 

THE CORRIDOR of doom. See Murder at 
midnight. No. 45. 

CORRUZIONE al Palazzo di giustizia. See 
Betti, Ugo. 

CORY, GEORGE C, jr. The right to love, a 
musical adaptation of the Lysistrata of 
Aristophanes : book and lyrics by Ben Pur- 
rington, music by George C. Cory, jr. Text 
and music on separate leaves. © lc 1-1-46 ; 
Benjamin Purrington and George C. Cory, 
jr.. San Francisco : D unp. 1000. 

COSENTINO, NICHOLAS. Peter, a comedy 
in three arts. © lc 11-9-46 ; Nicholas 
Cosentino. New York ; D unp. 5902. 

COSGRIFF. EILEEN M. See Bauer, Eileen 
Marie Cosgriff. 

COSMIC catastrophes during human history. 
See Velikovskv, Immanuel. 

COSMOS without gravitation. See Velikov- 
sky, Immanuel. 

THE COST of handling orders with recom- 
mendations for future operations. See 
Greer, Charles Chase. 

COST of juvenile delinquency. See Keeping 
up with the Wigglesworths. No. 65. 

COSTELLO, Mildred. Hot and cold, a phan- 
tasy with music, in three acts, by Peggv 
Costello and Lota Hoffman. Text only. © 
lc 7-14-46 ; Lota Hoffman and Mildred 
Costello, Detroit : D unp. 4334. 

COSTELLO, PEGGY. See Costello, Mildred. 

COSTNER. GENEVA MAE. The blue song, 
a romantic drama in four acts. © lc 2—4- 
46 ; Geneva Mae Costner, Spindale, N. C. ; 
D unp. 661. 

COTT. TED. 

Adventures of Tom Thumb. © lc 10- 
23—46 : Tone products corporation of Amer- 
ica. New York ; D unp. 5578. 

Who's who at the zoo. See Robertson, 
Milton. 

COTTON gal. See Brown, Richard Walter. 

COTTRELL, John Torrey. Narcissus left in 
the lurch, a radio fantasy. © lc 8-12-46 : 



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19, 1946 



John Torrey Cottrell, Ypsilanti, Mich. ; D 

unp. 4507. 
COUASNON, ODON DE. Le jeu pendant 

I'attente ; com£die en un acte. Paris, Edi- 
tions theatrales ; Lete.] c 1939. 40 p. 

22% cm. 

At head of title: Odon de Coiiasnon (Don- 

asco) © 8-15-39; lc 8-29-45; Odon de 

Coiiasnon, La Croixille, Moyene, France ; 

I) pub. 650. 
THE COUGAR and the Cisco Kid. -See The 

Cisco Kid. No. 110A. 
COULD he. -See 

Hall. Dorothy. 

Tro.utman, Ivy. 
COULD this be a trend? -See Coghlan, Hugh 

William. 
THE COUNT of Donkey island. -See Follen, 
Josephine P. Laugh and learn. 
COUNT your blessings. -See Allensworth, 

Carl. 
COUNTERPOINT. -See Morris, George. 
THE COUNTRY wife, source title. -See Weil, 

Robert Edward. She's from the country. 
COURAGE over the Andes. -See Nicholson, 

Anne. 
THE COURAGEOUS Mrs. Richland. -See 

The Green Hornet. No. 780. 
COURBET. -See Miihlestein. Hans. 
COURSE in conversational Spanish. -See 

Los Angeles city school district. 
COURT of special gripes. -See Turner, E. 

Alfred. 
COURTIN' days. -See Drake. Russell. 
THE COURTSHIP of Miles Standish. -See 

Popular science publishing company, inc. 
COUSE, JOHN ROBERT HOWARD. Con- 
fess bv day. a dramatic casuistry in three 

acts. *((*) lc 2-5-46 : John Robert Howard 

Couse, New York ; D unp. 538. 
COUSIN JILL from Junction Hill. -See Steele, 

Philip. 
COUTANT. RAYMOND TYRELL. The El- 
wood Doudt show. Series no. 1, script no. 1. 

A comedy show for radio use. © lc 

4_16_46 ; Raymond Tyrell Coutant, New 

York ; D unp. 2610. 
COUTTS, ALAN. Arista Spear, a play in 

three acts. © lc 11-8-46 ; Alan Coutts, 

New York ; D unp. 5897. 
COVAN, MORTON. 

Hell's fury, a play in three acts. © lc 

5-12-46 ; Morton Covan, Hollywood ; D unp. 

3037. 

Murder is hilarious, a play in three acts. 

© lc 3-26-46, Morton Covan, Hollywood ; 

D unp. 2265. 
COVERING the water fronts. -See Jam Handy 

organization, inc. 
COVINGTON, WALTER PHALTI. Bitter 

glory, a play in one scene. © lc 11—22—46 ; 

Walter Phalti Covington, III, Winston- 
Salem, N. C. ; D unp. 6203. 
Cow that coughed. -See The eternal light. 

No. 73. 
COWAN (LOUIS G.) INC. 

Fighting senator. For radio scripts in 

this series see Fighting senator. 

Murder at midnight. For radio scripts in 

this series see Murder. at midnight. 

Quiz kids. For radio scripts in this series 

see Quiz kids. 

State senator. See Teichmann, Howard. 
The Virginian. -See Teichmann, Howard. , 
COWARD NOEL PIERCE. 

Present laughter, a light comedy in three 

acts. London, Heinemann [1943] 92 p. 

19 cm. © 4-29-43 ; lc 11-27-46, Noel 

Coward, London ; D pub. 6405. 

Le printemps de la saint Martin (Fallen 

angels) comgdie en trois actes de Noel 

Coward. Version francaise de Claude- 



Andrei Puget et Virginia Vernon. (In Les 
Oeuvres libres, nouv. ser., no. 4 (230) Paris, 
Fayard, 1945. 19 cm. p. [235]-300) 
Caption title. © 7-31-45 ; lc 10-30-45 ; 
Noel Coward, Paris ; D pub. 648. 

This happy breed, a play in three acts. 
London, French [1945] 99 p. front., 
diagrs. 22 cm. (French's acting edition) 
© 8-1-45 ; lc 7-12-46 ; Noel Coward, Lon- 
don ; D pub. 4054. 

THE COW-BOY engineer. -See Heather, Wini- 
fred G. The ballad of Nicky. 

COWBOY" pictures. -See Morgan, John G. 

COWHAM, BERNARD G. 

What's in a name. Radio scripts. © lc 
each 11-4-46 ; Bernard G. Cowham, New 
York. Titles in this series received during 
1946 are listed below. 

1. Scott C 852. 

2. Reed C 851. 

3. Stark C 853. 

4. McNamara C 854. 

5. Schaefer C 855. 

6. Carr C 903. 

7. Ricci C 856. 

8. Rosenberg C 857. 

9. Knudsen C 858. 

10. Malcolm C 859. 

COWLES, VIRGINIA. Love goes to press. 
-See Gellhorn, Martha. 

COWLEY-BROWN, SARA. 

The deceivers, a play in one act. © lc 
2—4—46 ; Sara Cowley-Brown, Chicago ; 
D unp. 536. 

The lighted window, a play in three acts. 
© lc 4-29-46 ; Sara Cowley-Brown, Chi- 
cago ; D unp. 2796. 

Scott free ; a play in one act. © lc 
1-28-46 ; Sara Cowley-Brown, Chicago ; 
D unp. 405. 

Too many husbands, a play in three acts. 
© lc 6-30-46 ; Sara Cowley-Brown, Chi- 
cago ; D unp. 3838. 

COX, ALPHONSUS P. 

Anserite. Radio script. © lc 2-11-46 ; 
Alphonsus P. Cox, Philadelphia ; C 164. 

Dial shoe stores. Radio spot commercial. 
© lc 7-15-46 ; Alphonsus P. Cox, Phila- 
delphia ; C 581. 

Jim Brady barber shop quartette. Radio 
program. © lc 12-29-45 ; Cox and Tanz, 
Philadelphia ; C 79. 

COX, M. M. The old gray mare ain't — , a 
comedy in one act by M. M. Cox and B. B. 
Boyd. Des Moines, Hardin [1946] 16 p. 
18y 2 cm. © 9-1-46 ; 2c 11-15-46 ; Ivan 
Bloom Hardin co., Des Moines ; D pub. 5962. 

COX AND TANZ, Philadelphia. Jim Brady 
barber shop quartette. See Cox, Alphon- 
sus P. 

COXE. DANIEL M. An amazing woman, a 
play in three acts by Daniel M. Coxe and 
Alexander DuBin. © lc 4-17-46 ; Alexander 
DuBin and Daniel M. Coxe, Philadelphia ; 
new matter : revisions ; D unp. 2759. Prev. 
reg. 5-10-34, D 29126 ; 1-31-35, D 33998. 

COXE, MARIA M. -See Skinner, Maria M. 
Coxe. 

COYLE, JESSIE M. Homekeeper radio pro- 
gram, nos. 1-4. © lc each 12-6-45 ; Jessie 
M. Coyle. Seattle ; D unp. 2380-2383. 

CRAIG, JOE NATHAN. Unfortunate woman, 
a play in one act. © lc 2—28-46 ; Joe 
Nathan Craig, New York ; D unp. 882. 

CRAM session. See Morrow, Timothy T. 

CRAMER, BOMAR. The Bohemians, in three 
acts ; text and lyrics by Elmer Ellsworth 
[pseud.], music by William Lowell [pseud.] 
Text and music on separate leaves. © lc 
7-23-46 ; Elmer Ellsworth Spenner, Indian- 
apolis ; D unp. 1070. 

CRAMPTON, FERNANDE. T a w y a. See 
Scherer, Frank Herbert. 



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CHANCER, GEORGE A. 

The executive lady, a, play in three acts. 
© lc 5-31-46; George A. Crancer, Lincoln, 
Neb. ; D unp. 3345. 

Hurrah for Mrs. Smythe, a play in three 
acts. © lc 9-9-46 ; George A. Crancer, 
Lincoln, Neb. ; D unp. 6659. 

Waiting for the breaks, a play in three 
acts. © lc 11-6-46 ; George A. Crancer, 
Lincoln. Neb. ; D unp. 5896. 

CRANE, JAMES. Rogues in togas, a play in 
three acts. © lc 4-11-46 ; Octagon club, 
Cornell university, Ithaca, N. Y. ; D unp. 
5455 

CRANFORD, PETER GORDON. Oowha tagoo 
Siam, a lecture on the presentation of radio 
ideas, Mar. 5. 1946. © lc 3-10-46 : Peter 
Gordon Cranford, Austin, Tex. ; C 253. 

CRAVEN AND HEDRICK, inc. Feature and 
assignment. See Sloan, Allen. 

CRAWFORD, ELMA. Strange laughter, a 
play in three acts. © lc 7-30-46 : Elma 
Crawford, North Hollywood. Calif. ; D unp. 
4409. 

THE CREATURE that kills. See The Shadow, 
Jan. 6, 1946. 

CREDIT. See Keeping up with the Wiggles- 
worths. No. 20. 

A CREDIT to the family. See Sergei, Chris- 
topher. 

THE CREEPER. See Murder at midnight. 
No. 11. 

CREGAR. H. JOHN, pseud. See Krieger, Her- 
man John. 

CREHAN, KATE, pseud. See Griffin, Cather- 
ine M. 

CREST of the wave. See Preston, David. 

CREYKE. RICHARD P. Out of the crowd 
(introductory program) a 30-minute radio 
drama. © lc 2-27-46 : Richard P. Creyke, 
Washington ; D unp. 859. 

THE CRIB is empty. See Rochna, Frank 
Joseph. 

THE CRIME-CASTER. See Kutner, Luis. 

CRIME DOCTOR. (Radio program) 

Scripts in this series are by Max Marcin. 
© Max Marcin, New York. 

279-280. Broadcast Dec. 23, 30, 1945. 
© lc each 1-12-46 ; D unp. 186, 187. 

281. Broadcast Jan. 6, 1946. © lc 
1-16-46 ; D unp. 215. 

282-283. Broadcast Jan. 13, 20, 1946. 
© lc each 1-30-46 : D unp. 442, 443. 

284. Broadcast Jan. 27, 1946. © lc 
2-16-46 : D unp. 710. 

285-286. Broadcast Feb. 2. 10. 1946. 
© 1 c each 2-22-46 : D unp. 344, 345. 

287. Broadcast Feb. 17, 1946. © lc 
3-5-46 : D unp. 927. 

288. Broadcast Feb. 24, 1946. © lc 
3-5-46 ; D unp. 926. 

/ 289. -Broadcast Mar. 3, 1946. © lc 
3-14-46 : D unp. 2118. 

290. Broadcast Mar. 10, 1946. © lc 
3-14-46 : D unp. 2117. 

291-292. Broadcast Mar. 17, 24, 1946. 
© lc each 4-2-46 : D unp. 2302, 2303. 

293. Broadcast Mar. 31, 1946. © lc 
4-11-46 : D unp. 2523. 

294. Broadcast Apr. 7, 1946. © lc 
4-11-46 : D unp. 2526. 

295-296. Broadcast Apr. 14. 21. 1946. 
© lc each 4-30-46 : D unp. 2828. 2829. 

297-298. Broadcast Apr. 28. Mav 5, 
1946. © lc each 5-14-46; D unp. 3031, 
3032. 

300-301. Broadcast May 19, 26, 1946. 
© lc each 6-6-46 ; D unp. 3409, 3410. 

302. Broadcast June 2, 1946. © lc 
6-15-46 : D unp. 3627. 

303. Broadcast June 9, 1946. © lc 
6-27-46 : D unp. 3761. 

304. Broadcast June 16, 1946. © lc 
6-27-46 ; D unp. 3760. 



305-307. Broadcast June 23-July 7, 
1946. © lc each 7-17-46 ; D unp. 4114- 
4116. 

308-310. Broadcast July 14-28, 1946. 
© lc each 8-2-46 ; D unp. 4348-4350. 

311. [Broadcast Aug. 4, 1946] © lc 
8-27-46 ; D unp. 4715. 

312-314. Broadcast Aug. 11-25, 1946. 
© lc each 8-31-46 ; D unp. 4762-4764. 

315. Broadcast Sept. 1, 1946. © lc 
9-12-46 : D unp. 4876. 

316-317. Broadcast Sept. 8, 15, 1946. 
© lc each 9-20-46 : D unp. 4970-4971. 

318-320. Broadcast Sept. 22-Oct. 6, 
1946. © lc each 10-15-46 ; D unp. 5404- 
5406. 

321-323. Broadcast Oct. 13-27, 1946. 
© lc each 11-7-46 ; D unp. 5849-5851. 

324. Broadcast Nov. 3, 1946. © lc 
11-14-46 ; D unp. 5925. 

325. Broadcast Nov. 10, 1946. © lc 
11-21-46 : D unp. 6047. 

326. Broadcast Nov. 17, 1946. © lc. 
11-28-46 : D unp. 6283. 

327. Broadcast Nov. 24, 1946. © lc 
12-14-46 : D unp. 6542. 

THE CRIME of Donald Westcott. See 

Peskin, Harry. 
THE CRIME of Margaret Foley. See Robin- 
son, Percy. 
THE CRIMINALS. See Granick, Harry. 
THE CRIMSON Prophet. See The Lone 

Ranger. Nos. 2072-1297, 2073-1298. 
A CRISIS for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 

Kid. No. 51A. 
CRISS cross. -See Eckert, Erwin F. 
CROCCO, PETER. 

Statuesque, a satirical mystery-comedy 
in three acts by Peter Gregg [pseud.] © 
lc 8-13-46 ; Peter Crocco, New York ; D 
unp. 4521. 

This day's madness, a drama in three 
acts by Peter Gregg [pseud.] © lc 11- 
13-46 ; Peter Crocco, New York ; D unp. 
6544. 
CROSLEY BROADCASTING CORPORA- 
TION and CROSLEY CORPORATION. 

Accent on music. See Hackett, Rita. 

Adventure time with Dick Allen. See 
Hackett, Rita. 

All-American revue. See Orvis, Frank. 

Artist's sketch book. See Brown, Dave. 

Bureau of missing tunes, no. 1. See Par- 
sons, Jim. 

Bureau of missing tunes, no. 12. See 
Brown, Dave. 

Curly Sparks and Vicki. See Brown, 
Dave A. 

A date with Jack Brown. See Parsons, 
Jim. 

Destination unlimited. Sec Parsons, Jim. 

The Doodle sockers. See Ten Eyck, 
Sidney. 

The family fair. See Brady, Betty. 

The farm front. See Battles, Roy. 

Fifty club. See Lyons, Ruth. 

The flying legion. See Maley, Bob. 

Harmonaires. See Parsons, James. 

Homer and Jethro. See Brown, Dave. 

The housewarmers. See Maley. Bob. 

Jimmy Dare foreign correspondent. See 
Maley; Bob. 

Jimmy Rabbit, Inc. See Parsons, Jim. 

Judy goes a'visitin'. See Brown, Dave. 

Listen ladies. See Brady, Betty. 

Lucky penny club. See Brown, Dave. 

Merry-go-round club. See Brown, Dave. 

Moon river. See WLW staff writers. 

Musical kaleidoscope. -See Brown, Dave. 

Neighborhood music shop. -See Ten Eyck, 
Sidney. 

On dial. -See Whitescarver. Wilda. 

On the carpet. -See Ten Evck, Sidney. 

On the sunny side. -See Parsons. James. 

Paging the girls. -See Parsons, Jim. 



40 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS, LECTURES 



V. 19, 1946 



Pioneer tales. See Maley, Bob. 
The Pixie club. See Brown, Dave. 
Rainbow revue. See Maley, Bob. 
Shelf of melody, no. 1. See Parsons, Jim. 
Shelf of melody, no 16. See Brown, Dave. 
Stairway to the stars. See Meredith, 
William. 

Star parade. See Parsons, James. 
Sunnyside revue. See Meredith, Bill. 
Tales of the sea. See Maley, Bob. 
That's life. See Hubbell, Richard. 
This is the nation's station. See Parsons, 
James. 

Time to listen. See Parsons, Jim. 
Today's notebook. See Meredith, William. 
The tune reviewer. See Ten Eyck, 
Sidney. 

WLW newsreel. See Maley, Bob. 
We must be vigilant. See Merewith, 
William. 
CROSS, PHILIP STANLEY. 

Cross views of the sports news. Radio 
script. © lc 3-14-46 ; Philip Stanley 
Cross, Boulder, Colo. ; Col. ; C 269. 

Heartbeats in sports. Radio script. © lc 
7-6-46 ; Philip Stanley Cross, Boulder, 
Colo. ; C 561. 
CROSS, TERRY. World song derby. Radio 
program. © 2-27-46 ; 2c 4-12-46 ; Terry 
Cross, Buena Park, Calif. ; D pub. 2649. 
THE CROSS current. See McKinley, Edwin. 
THE CROSS SYNDICATE, INC. 

The cheat. (This game of life series) 
Radio script. © lc 7-18-46 ; Cross syndi- 
cate, inc., Baltimore ; D unp. 4130. 

My Father's house. Radio script. © lc 
7-18-46 ; Cross syndicate, inc., Baltimore ; 
D unp. 4129. 

My friend, Jim. Radio script. © lc 
7-18-46 ; Cross syndicate, inc., D unp. 
4131. 
CROSS views of the sports news. See Cross, 

Philip Stanley. 
GROSSER, ROBERT. Mankind's goal, an ad- 
dress delivered by Robert Crosser at the 
commencement exercises of Western Re- 
serve university, Cleveland, Ohio, on Sept. 
3 2, 1945. © lc 1-21-46; Robert Crosser, 
Washington ; C 92. 
A CROSSING for the Cisco Kid. See The 

Cisco Kid. No. 29A. 
CROSSING the line. See Lester, Raymond 

Blaine. 
CROSSPURPOSES. See McFarlane, Adele F. 
CROSSROAD. See Hawley, Esther M. 
CROSS-ROADS. See 

The Lone Ranger. No. 2122-1347. 
Peach, Lawrence du Garde. 
CROSSTOWN. -See Carrington, Elaine. 
CROUSE. RUSSELL. State of the union. 

See Lindsay, Howard. 
CROWELL, CARTERET. What now, Dame 
Destiny? A comedy-drama in one act. © lc 
8-27-46 : Carteret Crowell, New York ; D 
unp. 4706. 
CROWLEY, LAWRENCE. See The Shadow. 
CROWN colony. See Young, Lyman. 
THE CRUCIFIXION and resurrection. See 

Murdock, Edith A. 
CRUGER, PAUL. 

London premiere, a radio program. © lc 
8-2-46 ; Paul Cruger, Hollywood ; D unp. 
4342. 

The party entertainer. Recording script. 
© lc 12-8-46 ; Paul Cruger, Hollywood ; 
C 968. 
CRUST, ANITA WALTRIP. Maybe you're 
wrong, a comedy in three acts. Evanston, 
111., Row. Peterson; [etc., 1946] 88 p. 
• diagr. 20% cm. © 9-30-46 ; 2c 10-13-46 ; 
Row, Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. ; D pub. 
5479. 
CRUTCHFIELD, CHARLES H. 

Carolina Hayride. Radio script. © lc 



8-7-46 ; Southeastern broadcasting co., 
Charlotte, N. C. ; D unp. 4527. 

Carolina hayride and hit parade. Radio 
script. © lc 7-29-46 ; South Eastern broad- 
casting co., Charlotte, N. C. ; D unp. 4420. 
CRUTCHFIELD, FLOYD. Uncertain wings. 

-See Hill, Robert. 
CRUTCHFIELD, L. M. -See Crutchfield, 

Les M. 
CRUTCHFIELD, LES M. 

Add 'em and weep, an original radio com- 
edy in three acts. © lc 5-5-46 ; L. M. 
Crutchfield, Monrovia, Calif. ; D unp. 2987. 

Barker and the brass ring, a radio drama 
of things as they might be. © lc 11-21-46 ; 
Les M. Crutchfield, Monrovia, Calif. ; D unp. 
6097. 

Feet, seconds — and blood ; a statistical 
radio drama by Les Crutchfield. © lc 12-1- 
46 ; L. M. Crutchfield, Monrovia, Calif. ; 
D unp. 6362. 

The guinea pig, an original radio comedy 
in three acts. © lc 4-22-46 ; L. M. Crutch- 
field, Monrovia, Calif. ; D unp. 2746. 

"Hubba, hubba, hubba ! An original radio 
comedy-romance. © lc 4-22-46 ; L. M. 
Crutchfield, Monrovia, Calif. ; D unp. 2747. 

A night to think back, an original radio 
drama in two acts. © lc 5-9-46 ; L. M. 
Crutchfield, Monrovia, Calif. ; D unp. 3025. 

Ninotchka, a radio comedy adaptation. 
© lc 11-21-46 ; L. M. Crutchfield, Mon- 
rovia, Calif. ; D unp. 6096. 

No world. An original radio drama of 
today. © lc 5-27-46 ; L. M. Crutchfield, 
Monrovia, Calif. ; D unp. 3326. 

Open letter, an original radio drama, in 
two acts. © lc 8-22-46 ; L. M. Crutch- 
field, Monrovia, Calif. ; D unp. 4665. 

The path and the door, a fantasy in ra- 
dio. © lc 7-29-46 ; L. M. Crutchfield, Mon- 
rovia, Calif. : D unp. 4312. 

Paul and Virginia, a radio adaptation of 
Bernadin de Saint Pierre's eighteenth cen- 
tury classic. © lc 10-24-46 ; L. M. Crutch- 
field, Monrovia, Calif. ; D unp. '5598. 

Popinjay and Christmas time, a one-act 
fantasy for radio. © lc 12-1-46 ; L. M. 
Crutchfield, Monrovia, Calif. ; D unp. 6363. 

The stage of shadows, no. 1—2. A radio 
show. © L. M. Crutchfield, Monrovia, 
Calif. ; 

1. Perfectly harmless. © lc 6-5-46 ; 
D unp. 3417. 

2. Unavoidable accident. © lc 6-5- 
46 ; D unp. 3890. 

Ticket to Rochester, an original comedy- 
romance. Radio scrip. © lc 8—16—46 ; 
L. M. Crutchfield, Monrovia, Calif. ; D unp. 
4554. 

CRY baby, cry. -See Cook, Imogene. 

A CRY of players. -See Gibson, Will. 

CUBALO. -See Milstead, W. L. 

CUBAN Canebrake. -See Robertson, Arthur. 

CUCKOOS in the Odeon. -See Heine, Arthur. 

CULBERTSON, ERNEST H. Mariana. 
See Steinhardt, Rebecca. 

CULLER, ROBERT JERVIS. The atomic 
waitress, a comedy in three acts. © lc 
7—1—46 ; Robert Jervis Culler, Baltimore ; 
D unp. 3792. 

CULLINAN, THOMAS PATRICK. Native 
shore. A dramatic composition in three 
parts. © lc 5-17-46 ; Thomas Patrick Culli- 
nan, Cleveland : D unp. 3139. 

CUMINGS, THAYER. Idea man, a farce in 
three acts. © lc 9-25-46 ; Thayer Cum- 
ings, New York : D unp. 5033. 

CUMMINGS, FORTE SOUE CADWALLADER. 
pseud. See Welles, Ralph Emerson. 

A CUP of coffee. -See Cohn, Albert Marcus. 

THE CUP of trembling. See Johannes, Viv- 
ian. 

CUPID goes to boarding school. -See Suppe 
Franz von. 



742772—47- 



41 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. i, n. s. 



CUPID'S capers. See Ostergren, Eugene 
George. 

CUPPETT, CHARLES. The Kahn of Teheran. 
See McCullough, Earl. 

CUPSA caufy. See Montague, Esther Priest. 

CURARE. See Dr. Christian. No. 372. 

THE CURE. See. 

Challenge of the Yukon. No. 417. 
Jaffe, Eli. 

THE CURE for love. See Greenwood, Walter. 

CURED. See Thomas, Carlson R. 

CURIOSITY. See Hargrave, Roy. 

THE CURIOSITY cure. See Rolseth, Harold. 

CURLEY, LEO. Cornelia bakes a cake, a play 
in three acts. © lc 7-26-46 ; Leo Curley, 
Waterbury, Conn. ; D unp. 4303. 

CURLY Sparks and Vicki. See Brown, 
Dave A. 

CURRY, MARIAN STEARNS. Scandal in the 
neighborhood, a comedy in one act for six 
women. San Francisco, Banner play bu- 
reau, c 1946. 14 p. 20 cm. (Banner plays) 
© 10-1-46 ; 2c 11-3-46 ; Banner play bu- 
reau, inc., San Francisco ; D pub. 5758. 

CURRY, MASON, pseud. See Cogswell, Ma- 
son D. 

A CURSE for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 
Kid. No. 14A. 

THE CURSE of drink. See Folse, Alex- 
ander H. 

THE CURSE of the cat. See The Shadow, 
Jan. 20, 1946. 

CURSES on my fatal beauty. See Price, 
Leland. Bessie, the bandit's beautiful baby. 

CURTAIN call. See Steinhardt, Jack Leon. 

CURTAIN up. See Richardson, E. C. 

CURTIS, JOSEPH. 

Museum piece, a sketch for revue. © lc 
6-7-46 ; Joseph Curtis, New York ; D unp. 
3456. 

Rose water, a sketch for revue by Joseph 
Curtis and Theresa Todas [pseud.] © lc 
6—7-46 ; Joseph Curtis and Theresa Blum- 
berg, New York ; D unp. 4205. 

CURTIS, NORTON SHATTUCK. Liberty 
tree, a motion picture script. © lc 3—14—46 ; 
Norton Shattuck Curtis, San Jose, Calif. ; 
D unp. 2119. 

CURVES and angles. See Kavanau, Alex- 
ander. 

CUTLER, LUCILE E. The wise bird catches 
the worm, a play in one scene. © lc 
5-22-46 ; Lucile E. Cutler, Newton, Mass. ; 
D unp. 3239. 

CUTLER, STANLEY. White boy, a play in 
one act. © lc 10-3-46 ; Stanley Cutler, 
Newark, N. J. ; D unp. 5185. 

CUTTLE, EVELYN ROEDING. The family 
takes a bride, a play in three acts. © lc 
9-11-46 ; Evelyn Roeding Cuttle, Los Gatos, 
Calif. ; D unp. 4864. 

CYCLE. See Field, Ernest Robert. 

CYCLE for concern. See Edwards, Roland. 

CYNTHIA, the girl from the mail room. See 
Hasty, John Eugene. 

CYRUS Adler. See The eternal light. No. 23. 

CZERNIKOFF, VLADIMIR. The lake of the 
swans. See Leatham, Janet. 

D 

THE DABBLERS. See Kirkpatrick, John. 

THE DACHSHUND. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. No. 410. 

DADDY'S girl. See Loshak, Louis Allan. 

DAD'S night out. See Ward, Kenneth J. 

DAILING for dates. See Zander, Norman. 
Dialing for dates. 

DAINTY daisy. See Urban, Catherine. 

DAIROU. MRS. HENRI. The martyr child. 
See Rollin, Henri. 

DALE, RUTH, pseud. See Wilson, Ira Bishop. 

DALLIS, NICHOLAS P. Radio racing an- 
alyst. Radio script nos. 1, 2. © lc each 



11-13-46 ; Rockwell C. Force, Toledo ; C 
1011, 1012. 

DALTON, HOWARD. Once upon a star, a 
comedy with music for children. Text and 
music in separate volumes. © lc 2-8-46 ; 
Howard Dalton, Kalamazoo, Mich. ; D unp. 
1013. 

DALVEN, RAE. Second motherland, a play 
in three acts. [Act one only] © lc 12- 
4-45 ; Rae Dalven, New York ; D unp. 2899. 

DAMANCE, JEAN, pseud. See Toulout, Jean. 

DAMEL, CARLOS SANTIAGO. Manuel Gar- 
cia. See Darthes, Juan Fernando Camilo. 

DAMIEN, JOHN, pseud. See Esau, John 
William. 

THE DAMNATION of the dictator. See- 
Reuter, Edward Louis Albert Otto. 

DAMON, BERTHA. Grandma called it car- 
nal. See Kapner, Irving. 

DAMON, WILLIAM. White man, a play in 
two acts. © lc 1-3-46 ; William Damon, 
Hollywood : D unp. 952. 

THE DAMSEL and the devil. See Miley, Vin- 
cent Arthur. 

DANA, RICHARD ANDERSON. 

The atom bomb : Bikini. See Exploring 
the unknown, June 30, 1946. 

The case of the silent noise. See Explor- 
ing the unknown. Sept. 8, 1946. 

The odyssey of Butch. See Hoffman, 
Harry. 

River Bend, D. C. Radio script. © lc 
2-26-46 ; Richard Anderson Dana, Forest 
Hills, N. Y. : D unp. 848. 

Your hit parade. For radio scripts in 
this series. See Your hit parade. 

THE DANCE of death, source title. See 
Clement. Victor. Marriage. 

THE DANCING party. See Goldoni. Carlo. 

DANGEL. VICTOR>. Twentieth century 
revelation, a play in seven acts. © lc 
9-19-46 : Victor Dangel, Grants Pass, 
Oreg. : D unp. 5683 

DANGER : women at work. See Frankel, 
Doris. 

DANGEROUS age. See Ellis, Edith. 

DANGEROUS rehearsal. See Lane, Alex- 
ander E. 

THE DANGEROUS season. See Johnson, 
Ermane Lowell. 

DANIEL in the lion's den. See 
General mills, inc. 
Murdock, Edith A. 

DANIEL interprets the dream. See General 
mills, inc. 

DANIEL is banished. See General mills, inc. 

DANIELS, ELLIS. Model marriage, a com- 
edy in three acts. © lc 4-5-46 ; Ellis 
Daniels, New York : D unp. 2486. 

DANIELS, MICHAEL. Whistler, a play in, 
two acts. © lc 8-29-46 ; Michael Daniels, 
Brooklyn : D unp. 4741. 

DANIELS, PERRIS. Love is an accident, a 
play in three acts. © lc 3-6-46 : Thomas 
H. Golt. Ocean Park, Calif. ; D unp. 928. 

DANIELS, WALTER M. Historv in the 
making, a sample broadcast. © lc 11- 
11-46 ; Walter M. Daniels, Yonkers, N. Y. ; 
C 842. 

DANN, SAMUEL H. Treaty of peace. See 

Gast, Harold. 
DANNETT, SYLVIA GWENDOLYN L. 

The plan of Carolyne Swiggett, a sus- 
pense play for radio. © lc 3-10-46. Sylvia 
G. L. Dannett. Deal, N. J. ; D unp. 2306. 

Starting with babv, a business farce in 
three acts. © lc 2-21-46, Sylvia G. L. 
Dannett, Deal, N. J. ; D unp. 2307. 
DANNY LARKTN. See McGee, James Vin- 
cent. To die is customary. 
DAPHNE'S debut. See Radford, Dorothy 

Humes The morning edition. 
DA PONTE. LORENZO. See Benz, Hamil- 
ton. A protasis to the marriage of Figaro* 
THE DAPPLED meadow, See Yates, Heix 
bert Leslie. 



42 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS, LECTURES 



v. 19, 194G 



DARK brown. See Johnson, Philip. 
THE DARK cellar. See Murder at mid- 
night. No. 39. 
THE DARK chamber. See Murder at mid- 
night. No. 37. 
A DARK curtain. See Thomson, Gavin. 
DARK hammock. See Orr, Mary. 
A DARK horse of a different color. See 

Vergason, Edwin L. 
DARK morning. See Rothe, Velma Royton. 

The shining city. 
DARK secret. See The Sheriff. No. 101. 
THE DARK star. See First nighter, Feb. 2, 

1946. 
DARKNESS falls on laughter. See Howard, 

Mary Warner. 
A DARKTOWN wedding. See Smith, Hazel 

Wallacer 
DARNELL, JOHN W. Mystic lecture on 
Aquarian evolution, given Mar. 24, 1946, at 
Midland Hotel grand ballroom, Chicago. 
© lc 3-27-46 ; John W. Darnell, Chicago ; 
C 307. 
DARTHES, JUAN FERNANDO C A M I L O. 
Manuel Garcia, comedia en tres actos, de 
Darthes y Darnel. Buenos Aires, Editorial 
"Argentores", 1946. (In Argentores, May 
30, 1946, no. 258) © 5-30-46, lc 9-24-46 ; 
« Carlos Santiago Darnel and Juan Fernando 
Camilo Darthes, Buenos Aires ; D unp. 5037. 
DASHER, JUNE LOWMAN . Follow our star, 
a Christmas fantasy, with music, [n. p.] 
c 1946 [i. e. 1945] 16 1. 35 cm. Text 
only. © 12-10-45 ; 2c 9-8-45 ; Katharine C. 
LoAvman co., Willoughby, O. ; D pub. 4907. 
DATE bait. See 
Kriapp, Bettye. 
James, Sylvia. 
A DATE for Bobby Sox. See Payton, Donald. 
A DATE for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco Kid. 

No. 24. 
DATE show. See Zwirn, Bernard Phillip. 

The Bob Warren show. Date show. 
A DATE with Barbara. See Smarte, Bette. 
A DATE with Jack Brown. See Parsons, Jim. 
A DATE with Judy. See Leslie, Aleen. 
A DATE with the future. See Power, Joe. 
DAUGHTER of Mephistopheles. See Rossen, 

Terrie. 
DAUGHTER of the moon. See Schellenberg, 

Elizabeth Trufant. 
DAUM, Ida C. E. A confused world, and the 
answer ; a movie script. © lc 10-25-46 ; 
Ida C. E. Daum, Allentown, Pa. ; D unp. 
5795 
D'AURIA, GEMMA. See Houston, Gemma 

d'Auria. 
DAVENPORT, FRANCES. The devil in the 

closet. See Brash, Arthur Francis. 
DAVID. WILLIAM. Ole Louisiana, a musical 
romance in eight scenes. Text only. © lc 
5-29-46 ; William David, New York ; D unp. 
3324 
DAVID Copperfleld. See 
Garrigus, Frederick. 
You're on the air. 

Popular science publishing company, inc. 
DAVID HARDING — COUNTERSPY. (Radio 
program) 

Programs in this series are by Lord, Inc. 
© Lord, inc., New York. Broadcast weekly 
Nov. 28, 1945-Dec. 1, 1946. 

179. Case of the reservation racket. © lc 
2-23-46; D unp. 785. 

180. Case of the dance hall hostess. © lc 
2-23-46 ; D unp. 786. 

181. Case of the forged account books. © 
lc 2-23-46 ; D unp. 787. 

182. Case of the apartment racket. © lc 
2-23-46; D unp. 788. 

183. Case of the hoaxed husband. © lc 
3-3-46 ; D unp. 2408. 

184. Case of the marriage racket. © lc 
3-3-46 ; D unp. 2409. 

185. Case of the counterfeit sardines. © 



lc 3-3-46 ; D unp. 2410. 

186. Case of the sugar racket. © lc 
3-3-46 ; D unp. 2411. 

187. Case of the Mexican swindle. © 
lc 3-3-46 ; D unp. 2412. 

188. Case of the packages for Europe. © 
lc 3-3-46 ; D unp. 2413. 

189. Case of the big swindle. © lc 3- 
3-46 ; D unp. 2414. 

190. Case of the invented gang. © lc 
3-3-46 ; D unp. 2415. 

191. Case of the British brides. © lc 
3-3-46 ; D unp. 2416. 

192. Case of reverse blackmail. © lc 
3-11-46 ; D unp. 2008. 

193. Case of the psychiatric gambler. 
© lc 3-13-46 ; D unp. 2185. 

194. Case of the school racket. © lc 
3-27-46 ; D unp. 2860. 

195. Case of the deafened spy. © lc 3- 
27-46 ; D unp. 2861. 

196. Case of the phony builder. © le 
4-7-46 ; D unp. 3225. 

197. Case of the Washington dancer. © 
lc 4-17-46 ; D unp. 2645. 

198. Case of the white paper. © lc 4— 
17-46 ; D unp. 2646. 

199. Case of the confident crook. © le 
5-8-46 ; D unp. 3011. 

200. Case of the smuggled smuggler. © 
lc 5-8-46 ; D unp. 3012. 

201. Case of the list of names. © lc 
5-16-46 ; D unp. 3145. 

202. Case of the heroes' book. © lc 
5-16-46 ; D unp. 3146. 

203. Case of the hi-jacking gambler. © 
lc 6-8-46 ; D unp. 3534. 

204. Case of the hidden cash. © lc 6-8- 
46 : D unp. 3535. 

\ 205. Case of the valiant veteran. © lc 
6-8-46 : D unp. 3536. 

206. Case of the dress designer. © lc 
6-22-46 ; D unp. 3701. 

207. Case of the missing soldier. © lc 
6-22-46 ; D unp. 3702. 

208. Case of the renegade citizen. © lc 
6-27-46 ; D unp. 3796. 

210. Case of the kidnapped butcher. © 
lc 7-25-46 ; D unp. 4264. 

211. Case of the sleeping death. © lc 
7-25-46 : D unp. 4265. 

212. Ca'se of the overseas brides. © lc 
7-25-46 ; D unp. 4266. 

213. Case of the stolen car racketeers. 
© lc 8-8-46 ; D unp. 4461. 

214. Case of the faithful ffiend. © lc 
8-8-46 ; D unp. 4462. 

215. Case of the airlines racket. © lc 
8-22-46 ; D unp. 4674. 

216. Case of the nautical nylons. © lc 
8-22-46 ; D unp. 4675. 

217. Case of the psychoneurotic veteran 
cab driver. © lc 9-7-46 ; D unp. 4828. 

218. Case of the baffling books. © lc 
9-7-46 : D unp. 4830. 

219. Case of the disappearing ships. © 
lc 9-12-46 ; D unp. 4906. 

220. Case of the phoney agent. © le 
9-19-46 ; D unp. 4967. 

221. Case of the juvenile delinquents. © 
lc 10-10-46 ; D unp. 5272. 

222. Case of the framed Congressman. 
© lc 10-10-46 ; D unp. 5271. 

223. Case of the silky siren. © lc 10- 
10-46 ; D unp. 5270. 

224. Case of the foreign counterfeit. © 
lc 10-17-46 ; D unp. 5497. 

225. Case of the kidnapped agents. © 
lc 10-25-46 ; D imp. 5607. 

226. Case of the souvenir weapons. © 
lc 10-31-46 ; D unp. 5732. 

227. Case of the gamblers orphans. © 
lc 11-9-46 ; D unp. 5929. 

228. Case of the racket in suits. © lc 
11-13-46 ; D unp. 5911. 



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DAVID HARDING— COUNTERSPY— Con. 

229. Case of the ambitious organizer. © 
ic 12-18-46 ; D unp. 6583. 

230. Case of the exported death. © lc 
12-18-46 ; D unp. 6584. . 

231. Case of the megalomaniac. © lc 
12-18-46 ; D unp. 6585. 

DAVID MORDECAI. See General mills, inc. 
DAVID organizes underground. See General 
mills, inc. _ 

DAVIDA. See Goldfinger, Miriam Frances. 
DAVIDOVNA, LILLIANA, pseud. See Rut- 

ter, Lillian Pascoe, lady. 
DAVIDSON, FRANK C. . ^ 

A nice place to visit, a farce in three 
acts by Frank C. Davidson and Thomas W. 
Pulliain. „,■,,'„ ^ , 

© lc 3-10-46 : Thomas Weddell Pul- 
iiam, Valhalla, N. Y. ; D unp. 2100. _ 

A nice place to visit. For musical ver- 
sion see Kadison, Philip. 
DAVIDSON, HARRY B. For the love of 
Mike, a musical play in two acts, 11 scenes. 
© lc 2-15-46 : Harry B. Davidson, River 
Forest. 111. ; D unp 1017. 
DAVIDSON, WILLIAM F. 

A little honey, a comedy in three acts. 
103 p. illus. 18cm. © 3-2-46; 2c 3- 
4_46 ; William F. Davidson, St. Paul ; new 
matter : revision ; D nub. 947. Prev. reg. 
1-25-45 ; D pub 92293. 

Strictly formal, a comedy in three acts. 
Chicago, Dramatic publishing co. [1946]. 
105 p. illus. 18% cm. © 2-14-46; 2c 
2-17-46 : William F. Davidson, St. Paul ; 
D nub. 752. 
DAVIE, STANLEY F. His honor is not 
pleased, a comedy for radio. © lc 5-14-46 ; 
Stanley F- Davie, Oakland, Calif.; D unp. 
3033. 
DAVIES, LESLIE OWEN. 

Scandal and spice, a play in three acts by 
Leslie Lowe. © lc 11-28-46 ; Leslie Owen 
Davies, London ; D unp. 6279. 
DAVIS, BARBARA M. Crown colony. See 

Young, Lyman. 
DAVIS, BLEVINS. Delaware, the first state 

of the union. See Nathan, Adele. 
DAVIS. CHARLES TWITCHELL. 

Metro Pigalle, a play in three acts by 
Charles T. Davis, and George W. Kisker. 
(ft i c 8-9-46 : Charles Twitchell Davis, 
Washington ; D unp. 4477. 
DAVIS. DONA. „ rt 

Cinderella, a dramatic poem. © lc 10- 
21-46 : Dona Davis, New York : D unp. 5532. 
Hansel and Gretel ; dramatic adaptation 
in verse. © lc 5-15-46 ; Dona Davis, New 
York : C 487. 

Jack and the beanstalk, a dramatic poem. 
© lc 10-2146 ; Dona Davis, New York ; D 
un*v 5534. 

The shoemaker and the elves, a dramatic 
poem. © lc 10-21-46; Dona Davis, New 
York ; D unn. 5533. 
DAVIS. ELAINE, pseud. See Davis, Flora 

Emily. 
DAVIS. FTTZROY. 

The cherry orchard. See Chekhov, Anton 
Pavlovich. 

Queer fire, a psychological play m four 
acts. © lc 4-21-46 ; Fitzroy Davis, New 
York ; D unp. 2745. 
DAVIS, FLORA EMILY. It's a woman's 
world, by Elaine Davis [pseud.] Radio 
script, Mar. 21. 1946. © lc 7-29-46 ; Flora 
Emily Davis. Hollywood ; D unp. 5243. 
DAVIS. HELEN ?1. Rainbow world, a play 
in two acts, with music. Text only. © lc 
3_7_46, Helen M. Davis, South Bend, Wash. ; 
D unp. 2760. 
DAVIS, HOWARD W. The Starkist Treasure 
chest. Radio program nos. 1-5. © lc 
12-31-45 ; Howard W. Davis, San Antonio ; 
C 21. 



DAVIS, JAMES B. Two-men-and-a-girl, origi- 
nal screen play. No. 1 of a series of five 
two-reel shorts of real life. © lc 8—2—46 ; 
James B. Davis, Burbank, Calif. ; D unp. 
4444. 
DAVIS, LILLIAN BASSETT. A recently-dis- 
covered portrait of George Washington, 
believed to have been painted by John Trum- 
bull. Lecture. © lc 1-29-46 ; Lillian Bas- 
sett Davis, New York ; C 162. 
DAVIS, LUTHER. 

The. day the shoelace broke, a play in 
two acts. © lc 5—3—46 ; Luther Davis, New 
York ; D unp. 2877. 

Glissando, a radio play. © lc 10-18—46 ; 
Luther Davis, Beverly Hills, Calif. ; D unp. 
5512 
DAVIS*, OWEN. All blood is red, a play in 
two acts. © lc 7-2-46 ; Owen Davis, New 
York ; D unp. 3888. 
DAVIS, SAMUEL STANLEY. The Inde- 
pendent order of Galilean fishermen. Ad- 
dress. © lc 10-29-46 ; Samuel Stanley 
Davis, New York ; C 977. 
DAWN. See Morrow, Blanche M. 
DAWN hanging. See The Lone Ranger. No. 

2102-1327. 
DAWN on the threshold. See Monroe, Bruce. 
DAWN test. See Nuckles, Rolla Hargiss. 
THE DAWN'S early light. See Lowe, Joseph. 
DAWSON, MARLOW. Corn festival ballet. 
© lc 9-22-46 ; Marlow Dawson, New Or- 
leans ; D unp. 5456. 
DAY, FRANCES PALFREY. The spoon hunt, 
a play in two acts. © lc 12—2-46 ; Frances 
Palfrey Day, Temple, N. H. ; D unp. 6394. 
DAY, GERRY. Since I was six. See First 

nighter, Jan. 5, 1946. 
DAY, HELEN. Papa-Mama. See Jenkins, 

Helen (Day) 
DAY. HOMER. 

The velvet bee, a play in three acts. © lc 
8-15-46 ; Homer Day, New York ; D unp. 
4530. Prev. reg. 10-20-38, D unp. 59736. 
The velvet bee, a play in three acts. 
© lc 9-21-46 ; Homer Day, New York ; 
new matter ; revision ; D unp. 5952. 
DAY after day. See Roberts, Paul. 
THE DAY after tomorrow. See Roe, Alex- 
ander Vinton, jr. 
DAY for regret arid reflection. Bee Miller, 

John R. Practically imperfect. 
A DAY in paradise. See Cerf, Kurt. Rocket 

to paradise. 
A DAY in the city. See Barker, Albert W. 
THE DAY in your life. See Karren, Henny. 
DAY of the shadow. See The eternal light. 

No. 54. 
THE DAY the shoelace broke. See Davis, 

Luther. 
THE DAY they all come back. See Finch, 

Robert Voris. 
DAYLIGHT. See Veterans of victory. No. 3. 
A DAY'S work. See Ober, Robert Howard. 
DAYTIME queen. See Buss, Carl A. 
DE NUEVA YORK al Olimpo. See Jimenez 

y Col6n, Adolfo. 
DE Puerto Rico a Nueva York. See Martinez, 

Frank Vincenty. 
DEA, IRA. See Sherman, Charles H., jr. 
THE DEAD come back. See Murder at mid- 
night. No. 9. 
A- DEAD end for the Cisco Kid. See The 

Cisco Kid. No. 65A. 
THE DEAD hand. See Murder at midnight. 

No. 1. 
DEAD man's deal. See Inner sanctum, Aug. 

28. 1945. 
DEAD man's justice. See The Lone Ranger. 

No. 2099-1324. 
THE DEAD men and the Cisco Kid. See The 

Cisco Kid. No. 113. 
DEAD men break no bones. See The return 
of Nick Carter. May 14, 1946. 



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THE DEAD that would not die. See Taubes, 

Frank. 
DEAD to rights. See Golden, John. 
THE DEADLINE. See Burns, Fred H. 

Studies in crime, No. 1. 
DEADLY double. See Hartman, Walter. 
DEAN, GRAHAM M. Riders of the Gabilans. 

See Nicholson, Anne. 
DE ANGELI, MARGUERITE LOFFT. Cop- 
per-toed boots. See Lockhart, Katharine. 
DEAR Aunt Helen. -See Bailey, Alberta. 
DEAR Barney. See Jam Handy organization, 

inc. 
DEAR diary. See Geier, John E. Recitation 

to "Dear diary". 
THE DEAR head. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

No. 454. 
DEAR papa ! See Metcalfe, Felicia. 
DEAR Sherry. See Roemheld, Edgar J. 
DEARBORN, ELWYN. Through a glass, 

darkly ; a new psychological play in three 

acts by Elwyn Dearborn and Betty Jo 

Weaver. © lc 10-27-46 ; Elwyn Dearborn 

and Betty Jo Weaver, New York ; D unp. 

5698. 
DEAREST inheritance. See Ellis, Raymond. 
DEAREST is nearest. See Treitel, Symon J. 
DEARLY beloved. See Vollmer, Lula. 
DEATH across the board. See Murder at 

midnight. No. 24. 
DEATH after dinner. See The return of Nick 

Carter. July 23, 1946. 
DEATH by the demon puppet. See House of 

mystery, Apr. 27, 1946. 
DEATH falls in love. See Taubes, Frank. 
DEATH has no accent. See Hawkes, Frederick 

William. 
DEATH in a minor key. See The Shadow, 

June 2, 1946. 
DEATH in the dark. See The Green Hornet. 

No. 771. 
DEATH in the tunnel. See The Lone Ranger. 

No. 2136-1361. 
DEATH in the valley. See The Lone Ranger. 

No. 2141-1366. 
DEATH is my stop. See Sainer, Artie. 
DEATH is no end. See Murder at midnight. 

No. 38. 
DEATH never takes a holiday. See Burns, 

Fred H. Studies in crime. No. 7. 
DEATH of a hus"band. See Dekobra, Maurice. 
DEATH of a rat. See Hartog, Jan de. 
DEATH of Akiba. See The eternal light. 

No. 29. 
DEATH of an intellectual. See Kaplan, 

Marvin W. 
DEATH rides the merry-go-round. See The 

Shadow, Sept. 29, 1946. 
DEATH ship. See Murder at midnight. No. 

DEATH tolls a requiem. See Murder at mid- 
night. No. 19. 

DEATH'S ephemera. See Ingram, Glenn Ray- 
mond, jr. 

DEATH'S goblet. See Murder at midnight. 
No. 6. 

DEATH'S worshipper. See Murder at mid- 
night. No. 26. . 

DE BENEDETTI, ALDO. See Benedetti, 
Aldo de. 

DEBORAH I. See Dody, Sandford. 

DE BRUIN, RICHARD W. People, peo- 
ple . . . ! An ode, dedicated to mankind. 
© le 4-9-46 ; Richard W. De Bruin, Me- 
hasha, Wis. : C 558. 

DE CASSERES, BIO. The star baby, a fan- 
tasy in one act, three scenes. Couplets by 
Bio De Casseres ; dramatization by Wini- 
fred Dunn. © lc 4-20-46 ; Bio De Casseres 
and Winifred Dunn, New York : D unp. 
3616. 

THE DECEIVERS. See Cowley-Brown, Sara. 

DECENTRALIZING American industry. See 
Keeping up with the Wigglesworths. No. 
76. 



DECHANT, STELLA. Cho-ice. Address. 
© lc 5-7-46 ; Stella Dechant, Berkeley, 
Calif. ; C 420. 
DECISION. See 
Chodorov, Edward. 
Randall, Ethel Claire. 
Rosenfeld, Paul. 

DECKELMAN, ETHEL. Maxie on the 
merry-go-round. See Liss, Joseph. 

DECKER, DELLA WEST. See A woman of 
America. 

DE COSTA, Leon. 

Have it your way ! An intimate musi- 
cal in three acts. Text only. © lc 
4-16-46 ; Leon de Costa, New York ; D unp. 
2616. 

Mums, a comedy in three acts. © Leon 
de Costa, New York. Act 1. © lc 6-4-46 ; 
D unp. 3402. Act 2 and 3. © 6-19-46 ; 
D unp. 4473. 

Waltz night, a musical fantasy in three 
acts. Text only. © lc 4-16-46 ; Leon de 
Costa, New York; D unp. 2615. 

DEE, SYLVIA. One born every minute. 
See Lippman, Sidney. 

DEEP are the roots. See D'Usseau, Arnaud. 

THE DEEP blue sea. See Keefe, Willard. 

THE DEEP Mrs. Sykes. See Kelly, George 
Edward. 

DEEP woods with untold dreams. See Ken- 
nedy, Katharine. 

DEFEAT. See Hutner, Herbert Hart. 

DEFENSE attorney. See Sloane, Robert. 

DE HARTOG, JAN. See Hartog, Jan de. 

DE JONG, DOLA. See Jong, Dola de. 

DEKOBRA, MAURICE. 

Death of a husband, a play in three acts. 
© lc 2-10-46 ; Maurice Dekobra, Holly- 
wood ; D unp. 651. 

Uranium 235. See Zeisl, Eric. 
Wanted — a lover ; a farce in three acts 
by Maurice Dekobra, translation by Barre 
Dunbar. © lc 5-1-46 ; William L. Barre 
Dunbar, New York ; D unp. 2942. 

DeKOVEN, DAVID. The moon song, a musi- 
cal play in two acts by David De Koven 
and Henry Barsha ; music by Walter Kent, 
lyrics by Kim Gannon. Based on an original 
story by Henry Barsha. Text only. © lc 
4-10-46 ; Henry Barsha and David De- 
Koven, Los Angeles ; D unp. 3164. 

DELAGE, JEAN. Madame est 61ue, com6die 
en trois actes de Jean Delage et Marie 
Roger. © lc 10-30-45 ; Jean Delage (ps. 
de Fillion) Paris and Marie Roger, Fontaine- 
bleau, France ; D unp. 633. 

DELAWARE, the first state of the Union. 
See Nathan, Adele. 

De LEON, WALTER. Okay, copper? A play 
in three acts. © lc 8-11-46 ; Walter De 
Leon, Los Angeles ; D unp. 4501. 

THE DELIGHT of kings. See Carter, Arthur 
Phillip. 

DELIRIUM. See Good, Roscoe Wayne. 

DELIVERANCE. See Bozeman, Wilfred Bos- 
wald, sr. 

DELMONT, CARL. Tragodin oder Salon- 
dame? Lustspiel in 3 akten. © lc. 
3-27-46 ; Appl. rec'd ; 6-17-40 ; Buhnen- 
vertrieb M. Kantorowitz, Zurich ; D unp. 
3816. , 

DeLONG, WINFIELD P. Mile. Destiny, a 
romance of the Balkans, with music, in three 
acts. Text and music on separate leaves. 
© lc. 7-31-46 ; Winfield P. DeLong, Lyn- 
brook, N. Y. ; D unp. 1073. 

DEL ONOFRIO, NICOLA. Alvira from 
Anzio, a play in three acts. © lc 6-17-^46 ; 
Nicola Del Onof rio, Long Beach, Calif. ; 
D unp. 3634. 

DE LYS, CLAUDIA. As one woman to an- 
other, by Claudia De Lys and Margaret 
Mara. Radio script. © lc 3-8-46 ; Claudia 
De Lys and Margar#»* Mara, New York ; 
D unp. 972. 



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DEMAREST, DANIEL. The gift from the 
gods, a comedy in four acts. © lc 4—9—46, 
Daniel Demarest, Woodbridge, N. J. ; D unp. 
2513. 

DE MARNEY, TERENCE. The crime of 
Margaret Foley. See Robinson Percy. 

DEMING, JANE. The marriage festival of 
Laszalo and Ilonka, a folk play in one act 
and three scenes, for junior high school. 
Lyrics and musical arrangements of 29 Hun- 
garian folk songs by Jane Deming. © lc 
4-7-46 ; Jane Deming, Anaheim, Calif. ; 
D unp. 1028. 

DEMONSTRATION of love. See King, Billy. 

DEMOS to dollars. See Jam Handy organiza- 
tion, inc. 

DENHAM, REGINALD. 

Be your age. See Orr, Mary. 
Dark hammock. See Orr, Mary. 
The sweetest rain. See Orr, Mary. 

DENISE. See 

Browder, William. 
Kline, Erma Irene. 

DENISON (T. S.) AND COMPANY 

The angel of Red Canyon. See Price, 
Leland. 

The answer. See Smith, Willard S. 
Aunt Martha marches on. See George, 
Charles. 

Brides to burn. See Tobias, Jay. 
In Fairyland. See Enoch, Lora L. 
It happens every time. See St. Clair, 
Robert. 

Junior detectives. See Hadley, Harry L. 
Kitty Kearney from Killarney. See 
George, Charles. 

Maid to order. See St. Clair, Robert. 
Meet the Middletons. See St. Clair, 
Robert. 

The night before Christmas. See George, 
Charles. 

They that walk in darkness. See Smith, 
Willard S. 

Waltz time. See George, Charles. 

DENKER, HENRY. Thirst without end, a 
radio play. (Cavalcade of America, Apr. 
29, 1946) © lc 9-25-46; E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & co., Wilmington, Del. ; D unp. 
5041. 

DENN seine zeit ist kurz. See Tagger, Theo- 
dor. 

DENNIS, ALBERT N. Labor news review. 
Radio program no. 615, May 4, 1946. © 
lc 5-6-46 ; Albert N. Dennis, Washington ; 
C 412. 

DENNIS, GENE. Katie comes across, a play 
in two acts by Gene Dennis and Donald 
Burr. © lc 1—7-46 ; Gene Dennis and 
Donald Burr, Dorchester, Mass. ; D unp. 
2401. 

DENNISON (CRAIG E.) ADVERTISING 
AGENCY, INC. See The Gordon dress-up 
quiz. 

DENNY, MARY LOIS. Musical pages. 
Script no. 1. © lc 2-28-46 ; Hazel Glad- 
ding Gaston, Indianapolis ; C 218. 

DENNY, MELCENA BURNS. Black Bart, 
an unpublished melodrama in six acts. © 
lc 2-8-46 ; Melcena Burns Denny, San 
Diego, Calif. : D unp. 675. 

DEPAUL, HUGO. Hudson River lady. See 
Travers, Vincent. 

A DEPOSIT for the Cisco Kid. See The 
Cisco Kid. No. 93A. 

DERARA, FALDERAL, pseud. See Judell, 
Kurt Felix. 

DERBY day. See King, Billy. 

DERLETIAN, MARY M. The blind nightin- 
gale. See Kambourian, Elizabeth H. 

DE ROGATIS, FRANK. Philip Brodrero, jr. ; 
a play in three acts. © lc 3-5-46 ; Frank 
de Rogatis, Brooklyn ; D unp. 978. 

DE ROO, EDWARD JOHN. Remember the 
Sabbath, a folk play of Colorado. In three 



acts. © lc 11-16-45 ; Edward John De 

Roo, Albuquerque, N. M. ; D unp. 245. 
DE ROULF, PATTY. Tommy Barton, a play 

in three acts. © lc 5-27-46 ; Patty De 

Roulf, New York; D unp. 3301. 
DESE, doze 'n' dames. See Church, George 

Lucien. 
THE DESERT canary. See Fisher, Arthur 

John. 
DESERT episode. See Griffith, Helen Isabel 

Ottilie. 
THE DESERT grows. See Higley, Philo. 
DESIRE of mine. See Wardwell, May Co- 

lumba. 
DE SOLMINIHAC, MRS. ENRIQUE. See 

Solminihac, Mrs. Enrique de. 
DESPERATE Desmond's dastardly deed. See 

Price, Leland. 
THE DESPERATION waltz. See Weil, Ray- 
mond. 
DESTINATION unlimited. See Parsons, Jim. 
THE DESTINY of Leadsville. See Roman- 

detto, Vincent. 
DE SUZE, CARL. See De Suze, Carlyle 

Neville. 
DE SUZE, CARLYLE NEVILLE. Babes in 

arms ; or, Small fry session. A radio pro- 
gram by Carl De Suze. © lc 5-10-46 ; 

Carlyle Neville De Suze, Boston ; C 419. 
DESY, GEORGE HENRI. Old Doc Mud Hole, 

a character musical comedy in three scenes ; 

screen play, story and lyrics. © lc 10-30— 

46 ; George Henri Desy, Sioux City, la. ; D 

unp. 6125. 
DETOUR to terror. See Inner sanctum, May 

21, 1946. 
DETROIT radio newsreel. See Pival, John F. 
DEVAL, JACQUES BOULARAN. 

Bascheba, piece en 2 actes. © lc 3-27- 

46 : Jacques Boularan Deval, New York ; 

D unp. 2278. 

Mourir pour toi, com§die en trois actes. 

© lc 6-11-46 ; Jacques Boularan Deval, New 

York : D unp. 3497. 
DE VIERA, LILLIAN JONES. See Viera, 

Lillian Jones. 
THE DEVIL and Miss Appleby. See Howard, 

Marv Warner. 
THE DEVIL chimneys. See First nighter, 

Apr. 13. 1946. 
DEVIL drums. See Henningfeld, Mirriam 

Bowden. 
THE DEVIL in the closet. See Brash, Arthur 

Francis. 
THE DEVIL is a fool. See Russell, An- 
drew J. 
DEVIL may care. See Diamond, Richard. 
THE DEVIL rode my conscience. See Vertullo, 

Anthony J. 
THE DEVIL take her. See Goldoni, Carlo. 

The dancing party. 
THE DEVIL that calls in the night. See 

Dr. Christian. No. 390. 
' DEVIL'S deputy. See The Lone Ranger. No. 

2137—1362. 
THE DEVIL'S garden. See Foreman, Curtis 

Martin. 
THE DEVIL'S violin. See Bennett, Mabel 

Keightley. 
DEVIL'S world. See Blake, Samuel W. 
DeVINCENT, MICHAEL JOHN. Welcome 

home, a play in one act. © lc 5—1—46 ; 

Michael John De Vincent, Brooklyn ; D unp. 

2941. 
DE VRIES, JOHN. Sleeping beauty, a 

frenzied fable ; book by John De Vries, 

continuity by John Kemp. Film script. 

© lc 6-18-46 ; John De Vries, New York ; 

D unp. 3803. 
DEVRON, PAUL, pseud. See Giachero, Wil- 
liam DeLisle. 
DE WISSANT, ANDRE. Mademoiselle Star, 

op6rette en trois actes de Mm. Andre" de 

Wissant et Pascal Bastia ; musique et 

couplets de M. Pascal Bastia. Paris, Sala- 



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bert, 1945. 160 p. 27% cm. Text only. 
© 12-15-45 ; lc 7-18-46 ; Editions Salabert, 
Paris ; D pub. 4212. 

DE ZAHUBA, LIONEL CHARLES. Up the 
ladder, a musical play in two acts by Lionel 
de Zaruba and Lowell H. Judson [pseud.] 
Text only. © lc 3-10-46 ; Lionel Charles 
(Je Zaruba and Lowell Hollander Judis, New 
York ; D unp. 2659. 

DEZENDORF, JOAN STORM. Be still 
Clotilde. See Sutherland, Ethel Clifton. 

DE ZEVALLOS, MARY. Junior league, a 
musical comedy in two acts,; book by Mary 
de Zevallos and P. A. Leonard. Text only. 
© lc 6-20-46 ; P. A. Leonard, New York ; 
D unp. 4332. 

DIABETES. See Exploring the unknown, Apr. 
28, 1946. 

DIAL shoe stores. See Cox, Alphonsus P. 

DIALING for dates. See Zander, Norman. 

DIAMOND, ISIDORE. Some of the people. 
See Rosenberg, Arthur. 

DIAMOND, RICHARD. 

Devil may care, a divine comedy in two 
acts by Richard Diamond with music by 
Mischa & Wesley Portnoff ; William Butler 
& Charles Cooke and lyrics by Richard 
Diamond & William Butler. Text only. 
© lc 12-7-46 ; Richard Diamond and Wm. 
Butler, New York ; D unp. 6510. 
Unseen scar. See Maltz, Maxwell. 

A DIAMOND for the Cisco Kid. See The 
Cisco Kid. No. 7. 

THE DIAMOND necklace. See Beckman^ 
R. O. 

DIAMONDS for the Cisco Kid. See The 
Cisco Kid. No. 71A. 

DIBBLE, FLOYD JAMES. Tell mother 
where it hurts. See Stone, James Floyd. 

DIBENEDETTO, ANNIBALE. Across my 
waters, a play in three acts. © lc 12- 
20-46 ; Annibale Di Benedetto, New York ; 
D unp. 6644. 

DICK, V. C. No bed of roses, a play in two 
acts by John Castine [pseud.] © lc 2-16- 
46 : V. C Dick, Islip, N. Y. ; D unp. 747. 

A DICK and his chick. See Young and Shu- 
bert, inc. 

DICKASON, ALBERT. 

The House of Tyron, by Albert Dickason, 
a play in three acts. © lc 4-10-46 ; Albert 
Dickason, Williamsport, Pa. ; D unp. 2699. 
The master's chair. See Elliot, Rand. 

DICKASON, ALBERT A. The robin is back, 
a comedy in two acts. © lc 7-22-46 ; Al- 
bert A. Dickason, Montpelier, Ind. ; D unp. 
4223. 

DICKENS, CHARLES. 

A Christmas carol, by Charles Dickens ; 
adapted as a half-hour radio broadcast in- 
cluding musical interludes for the use of 
intra-school public address systems, by 
Frederick Garrigus. Boston, Baker's 
plays ; [etc., 1946.] 26 p. 19 cm. © 
8-9-46 ; 2c 8-13-46 ; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston ; D pub. 4643. 

David Copperfield. See Popular science 
publishing company, inc. 

Oliver Twist. See Mathias, Phillip. 

DICKENS, STAFFORD. Lady — be careful, 
a farcical comedy in three acts. London, 
Fox, 1946. 67 p. 22 cm. © 1-28-46 ; lc 
7-12-46 ; Samuel French, ltd., London ; D 
pub. 4051. 

DICKEY, KATHARINE. See Roelofson, 
Katharine Dickey. 

DICKINSON, SANFORD H. Can you write 
a song? Radio program A-B. © lc ea. 
9-23-46 : Music-mart, Oakland, Calif. ; D 
unp. 5028. 5029. 

THE DICTION clinic. See Lamar, Nedra, 
Newkirk. 

DIE, lover, die! See The Shadow, Sept. 22, 
1946. 



DIENER, DAVID E. Hizzoner the mayor, a 
book for a musical comedy in two acts, by 
David E. Diener and Leon Roth. Text 
only. © lc 2-19-46 ; David E. Diener, Elm- 
hurst, N. Y., and Leon Roth, Jackson 
Heights, N. Y. ; D unp. 723. 
DIETER, RALPH VINCENT, JR. There's 
many a slip, a comedy in three acts. © lc 
11-28-46 ; Ralph Vincent Dieter, jr., 
Rochester, N. Y. ; D unp. 6324. 
DIETETICS. See Schrock, Margaret. 
LES DIEUX au village. See Tesseyre, Gas- 
ton. 
A DIFFERENT love. See Carter, Arthur 

Phillip. 
DIG this. See Willis, Moxley Waldo, sr t 
DIGGIN' the ring. See Buttitta, Anthony. 
DI GIOIA, GIUSEPPE. 

Don't give a hoot, a farce-comedy in 
three acts. © lc 6-19-46 ; Giuseppe Di 
Gioia, Brooklyn ; D unp. 4722. 

We will dream again, a farce comedy in 
two acts. © lc 10-4-46 ; Giuseppe Di Gioia, 
Brooklyn ; D unp. 5880. 
DILEMMA of the Orient. See Lewis, Jessica. 

The world is listening series. 
DILLON, ANNA ELIZABETH. 

Junior board round table forum, march 
of teens. Radio program no. 1, by Nancy 
Dillon. © lc 2-18-46 ; Nancy Dillon, Wash- 
ington ; C 189. 

The Palais Royal junior board, a radio 
script by Nancy Dillon. 

© lc 2-7-46; Nancy Dillon, Washington; 
C 142. 

Rice's hi-teen board. For scripts in this 
series see Rice's hi-teen board. 

Rice's teen-age board. For scripts in this 
series see Rice's hi-teen board. 
DILLON, GEORGE. No war in Troy. See 

Giraudoux, Jean. 
DILLON, NANCY. See Dillon, Anna Eliza- 
beth. 
DiMAMBRO, MICHAEL JOSEPH. 

It's a bet, a three-act comedy. © lc 
3-22-46 ; Michael Joseph DiMambro, Utica, 
N. Y. ; new matter : revision ; D unp. 2217. 
Prev. reg. 11-1-45, D 95701 ; Golden Hair 
is married, 6-15-40, D 70518. 

Swing it, a three-act musical comedy. 
Text only. © lc 1-10-46 ; Michael Joseph 
DiMambro, Utica, N. Y. ; D unp. 599. 
DIME-A-RIME. See Beal, William B. 
DI NEMO, DINA. 

Strauss and Vienna, a play in three acts, 
with orchestral music by Johann Strauss, 
[n. p., 1945] 
48 p. 20% cm. 

© 12-11-45 : 2c 12-20-45 ; Dina di Memo, 
Los Angeles ; D pub. 2398. 
LE DINER de famille. See Luc, J. Bernard. 
DINNER, WILLIAM. 

A dozen plays for amateurs, by William 
Dinner and William Morum. London, Fox, 
C1945. 152 p. 18 cm. 

© 10-5-45 ; lc 2-23-46 ; Samuel French, 
ltd.. London ; D pub. 796. 

Family drama, a play in three acts by 
William Dinner and William Morum. Lon- 
don, Fox, 1946. 107 p. diagr. 18 cm. 

© 2-25-46 ; lc 7-12-46 ; Samuel FreAch, 
ltd., London : D pub. 4043. 

The old wives' tale, a play in one act by 
William Dinner and William Morum. Lon- 
don, French [1946] 

19 p. 18% cm. (French's acting edi- 
tion) 

© 9-2-46 ; lc 11-29-46 ; Samuel French, 
ltd.. London : D pub. 6292. 
DINNER and Morum write a dozen plays. See 

Dinner, William. 
DINNER at midnight. See The Sheriff. No. 

73. 
DINNER at the doctor's. See Buelow, Leola. 
DIRECTION home. See Hughes, Russell. 



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pt. i, n. s. 



DIRECTOR'S manual for "The would-be gen- 
tlemen", See Fernand, Roland F. The 
would-be gentleman. 

THE DISAPPEARANCE of the million-dollar 
stevedore. See Esau, John William. 

DISASTER is the tragic road to safety. See 
LEWIS, Jack R. 

DISCOVERY of S. African diamonds, no. 2-M. . 
See Kelley, Lawrence Thomas. It's a 
strange world. 

THE DISENCHANTED. See Zink, Ralph 
Spenser. 

DISPATCH case. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2100-1325. 

A DISPATCH for the Cisco Kid. See The 
Cisco Kid. No. 58. 

DISPENSER techniques. See Fernald, Alan R. 

DISPLACED person. See Keller, Alvin J. 

DISPOSSESSED. See 

Bowe, Mortimer Chadbourne. 
Murder at midnight. No. 34. 

DISSERTATION upon roast pig. See Popu- 
lar science publishing company, inc. 

DfTE 1945. See Benes, K. J. 

DITWILER, D. DE V. Relatively speaking, 
a comedy in three acts © lc 9-16-46 ; 
D. de V. Ditwiler, Redlands, Calif. ; D unp. 
4898. 

DIXCEL license quiz. See Olian advertising 
co. 

DIXON, HUME. 

You guessed it, a musical who-dunnit in 
two acts. Music, lyrics and original story 
by Idelle Milne and Calvin Piatt, libretto by 
Hume Dixon, co-ordinated by H. Lawrence 
Spiegelglass. Libretto only. © lc 4-16-46 ; 
Hume Dixon, New York ; D unp. 4494. 

DIZZY and daffy. See Peavey, Hazel. 

THE DIZZY DRAKES. See Golden, Myron 
Marc. 

DO girls prefer the caveman type? See Rice's 
hi-teen board. No. 11. 

DO you and the experts agree? See Ford, 
Christopher. A helping hand. 

DO you have to be beautiful to be charming? 
See Rice's hi-teen board. No. 12. 

DOAK, VIRGINIA. Bret Harte. See St. 
Clair, Robert. 

DOANE (JAMES M.) PRODUCTIONS. Ca- 
lamity Jane. See Hawkes, Frederick Wil- 
liam. 

DOBRANS, SAMUEL WILBUR. History was 
never like this! Radio script. © lc 3-10- 
46 ; Samuel Wilbur Dobrans, Long Island 
City, N. Y. ; C 254. 

DOC ordered democracy. See Rosefield, Jonas 
A. 

DOC the Clock, the breakfast-time friend. See 
Sharpies, Winston. 

DOC'S second chance. See The Lone Ranger. 
No. 2048-1273. 

THE DOCTOR. See Klee, Lawrence M. 

DR. CHRISTIAN. (Radio program) 

Episodes in this series are by McCann- 
Erickson, inc. © McCann-Erickson, inc., 
New York. Broadcast weekly Dec. 5, 1945— 
Oct. 9 1946. 

367.' Girl trouble. © lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 
384. 

368. Susan comes marching home. © lc 
1-24-46 : D unp. 385. 

369. The little carpenter. © lc 1-23-46 ; 
D unp. 306. 

370. Mission accomplished. © lc 1-23- 
46 ; D unp. 307. 

371. What it takes. © lc 1-23-46; D 
unp. 308. 

372. Curare. © lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 386. 

373. Scandal in the fourth dimension. 
© lc 2-3-46 ; D unp. 526. 

374. Mr. Sourpuss. © lc 4-3-46 ; D 
unp. 2358. 

375. Miss Minnie. © lc 4-3-46 ; D unp. 
2359. 



376. Requiem for a hero. © lc 4-3-46; 
D unp. 2360. 

377. The hoofer. © lc 4-3-46 ; D unp. 
2361. 

378. The girl with golden gauntlets. © 
lc 4-3-46 ; D unp. 2362. 

379. Forbidden hill. © lc 4-3-46 ; D unp. 
2363. 

380. One for the money. © lc 4-3-46; 
D unp. 2364. 

381. Two notes. © lc 4-3-46 ; D unp. 
2365. 

382. Man to man. © lc 4-3-46 ; D unp. 
2366. 

383. The vagabond veteran. © lc 4-3- 
46 ; D unp. 2367. 

384. Big and little Johnny. © lc 5-8- 
46 ; D unp. 3257. 

385. Boost for heaven. © lc 5-8-46 ; D 
unp. 3258. 

386. Live wire. © lc 5-8-46 ; D unp. 
3259. 

387. The junction. © lc 5-8-46 ; D unp. 
3260. 

388. The clue of the left-handed matches. 
© lc 5-8-46 ; D unp. 3261. 

389. Mother trouble. © lc 6-8-46 ; D 
unp. 3817. 

390. The devil that calls in the night. 
© lc 6-8-46 ; D unp. 3818. 

391. Hero in the doghouse. © lc 6-8- 
46 ; D unp. 3819. 

392. Pattern completed. © lc 6-8-46 ; 
D unp. 3820. 

393. The love bug. © lc 7-15-46 ; D 
unp. 4140. 

394. The other side of the page. © lc 
7-15-46 ; D unp. 4141. 

395. Dr. Christian award winners. © lc 
7-15-46 : D unp. 4142. 

396. The ghost-ridden doctor. © lc 7— 
15-46 ; D unp. 4143. 

397. Two loves had Marian. © lc 7-15— 
46 ; D unp. 4144. 

398. Spotlight on grandma. © lc 7-15- 
46 ; D unp. 4145. 

399. The silver cup. © lc 8-25-46 ; D 
unp. 5321. 

400. Squeegee. © lc 8-25-46 ; D unp. 
5322. 

401. World champion. © lc 8-25-46 ; 
D unp. 5323. 

402. Marriage masquerade. © lc 8-25- 
46 : D unp. 5324. 

403. Angel's flight. © lc 8-25-46 ; D 
unp. 5325. 

404. Wedding bells. © lc 8-25-46; D 
unp. 5326. 

405. Adventure in tutoring. © lc 10- 
25-46 ; D unp. 5658. 

406. By death deferred. © lc 10-25-46 ; 
D unp. 5659. 

407. Annabella and I. © lc 10-25-46 r 
D unp. 5660. 

408. The atomic vitamin. © lc 10-25— 
46 : D unp. 5661. 

409. Lorelei. © lc 10-25-46; D unp. 
5662. 

410. The brought-on saint. © lc 10-25— 
46 : D unp. 5663. 

411. A loose nut in the living machine. 
© lc 10-25-46 ; D unp. 5664. 

DR. Christian award winners. See Dr. Chris- 
tian. No. 395. 
DOCTOR Court. See Bove, Charles. 
DR. Elizabeth Blackwell. See Williams, 

Carola Bell. 
DR. I. Q. (Radio program) 

Scripts in this series are by Will C. 
Grant. © Grant advertising, inc., Chicago. 
Dec. 31, 1945. © lc 1-2-46 ; C 20. 
Jan. 7, 1946. © lc 1-13-46 ; C 65. 
Jan. 14, 1946. © lc 1-13-46 ; C 64. 
Jan. 21, 1946. © lc 1-19-46 ; C 94. 
Jan. 28, 1946. © lc 1-27-46 ; C 107. 



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DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS, LECTURES 



C 283. 

; C 306. 

C 338. 



; C 387. 
; C 397. 

C 532. 

C 425. 
.C 437. 



C 752. 
; C 781. 
; C 800. 

C 808. 

C 865. 



© lc 2-3-46 ; C 128. 
© lc 2-11-46 ; C 153. 
© lc 2-17-46 ; C 190. 
© lc 2-28-46 ; C 219. 
© lc 3-4-46 ; C 225. 
© lc 3-9-46 ; C 259. 
3 lc 3-18-46 
5 lc 3-27-46 
) lc 4-3-46 ; . 
lc 4-14-46 ; C 370. 
*> lc 4-14-46 ; C 371. 
D lc 4-24-46 
j) lc 4-29-46 
lc 6-26-46 : 
D lc 5-11-46 
D lc 5-19-46 , 
D lc 5-27-46 ; C 460. 
i lc 6-3-46 ; C 470. 
5 lc 6-8-46 ; C 477. 
} lc 6-15-46 ; C 491. 
5) lc 6-24-46 ; C 521. 
lc 6-29-46 ; C 571. 
lc 7-5-46 ; C 575. 
D lc 7-13-46 ; C 576. 
5 lc 7-21-46 ; C 593. 
5 lc 7-27-46 ; C 605. 

lc 8-4-46 ; C 617. 
9 lc 8-11-46 ; C 632. 
} lc 8-18-46; C 641. 
5) lc 9-5-46 ; C 656. 
lc 9-5-46 ; C 655. 
lc 9-8-46 ; C 682. 
5 lc 9-15-46 ; C 687. 
© lc 9-21-46 ; C 703. 
© lc 9-29-46 ; C 720. 
© lc 10-5-46; C 726. 
© lc 10-12-46 : 
© lc 10-19-46 
© lc 10-26-46 : 
© lc 11-2-46 ; 
© lc 11-9-46 ; _ 
© lc 11-16-46 ; C 872. 
© lc 11-24-46 ; C 893. 
© lc 11-29-46 ; C 931. 
© lc 12-8-46 : C 966. 
© lc 12-14-46 ; C 986. 
© lc 12-22-46 ; C 1016. 
DR. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. See Weiler, Erich. 
DOCTOR Moylan's patient. See The Green 

Hornet. No. 756. 
DR. Parker presents Out of the dark. See 

Parker, Sam. 
EL DOCTOR Quinbamba. See Martinez, 

Frank Vincenty. 
THE DOCTOR with hope in his hands. See 

Dryer. Bernard Victor. 
THE DOCTOR'S daughter. See Goodman, 

Ruth. 
DOCTOR'S orders. See Kurtz, C. Gordon. 
DODD, JEANNETTE ROAT BETTS. Amer- 
icanism in the public ; or, private school. 
Lecture. © lc 1-16-46 ; Jeannette Roat 
Betts Dodd. Frederica, Del. : C 268. 
DODGSON, CHARLES LUTWIDGE. 

Alice's adventures in Wonderland, source 
title. See 

Berger, Howard Merrill. 
Chorpenning, Charlotte Barrows. 
Pole, Frances. 
DODY, SANDFORD. 

Deborah I, a play in three acts. © lc 3-18- 

46 ; Sandford Dody New York ; D imp. 2128. 

DODSDANSEN, source title. See Goldbaum, 

Ppfpr. Eds?ar and Alice. 
DOERNER, CARL. This is my story, a me- 
moTial. 4 leaves.. Monologue. © 1 c 
9-23-46: Carl DoeTner, St. Cloud, Minn. ; 
D unp. 5027. 
DOES absence make the heart grow fonder? 

See Rice's hi-teen board. No. 23. 
THE DOG at the wheel. See Pullen, John 

James. 
DOG eat dog. See Topa, John A. 



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Feb. 25, 1946. 
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July 15, 1946. 
July 22, 1946. 
July 29, 1-946. 
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Dec. 2, 1946. 
Dec. 9, 1946. 
Dec. 16, 1946. 
Dec. 23, 1946. 



THE DOG-FIGHT. See Challenge of the Yu- 
kon. No. 461. 
THE DOGFACE sonata. See Harrity, Rich. 

ard. 
DOKTOR Semmelweis. See Brandstatter, 

Roman. 
DOL, ROBERT, pseud. See Caplain, Robert. 
DOLE, DAVID W. A more effective use of 
audience measurement data will help radio 
stations do a more effective selling job. 
Lecture. © lc 9-25-46 ; David W. Dole, 
Chicago ; C 706. 
THE DOLL. See Ebersole, Doris A. 
THE DOLL that ran away. See Colombo, 

Alberto. 
DOLLARS and sense. See Stern, Milton. 
DOLLARS in your own backyard. See Wild- 
ing picture productions, inc. 
DOLLARS to donuts. See Padwe, Frank. 
DOLLEFELD, MRS. FRED. 

The childhood of Jesus, a Children's day 
pageant ; book and lyrics by Mrs. Fred Dolle- 
feld, incidental music by Ruth Dale [pseud.] 
New York, Lorenz ; [etc.] c 1946. 
24 p. 22i/o cm. 

© 3-29-46"; 2c 4-11-46; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. ; D pub. 1030. 
DOLLY darling. See Powell, James Francis. 
DOLORES. See Burns, Persia Thurtell. 
THE DOMINO masque. See Bontemps, Arna 

Wendell. 
DONALDSON, KEITH. 

You die at midnight, a mystery drama 
in three acts. 

© lc 5-14-46, Walter J. Beugge, Phila- 
delphia ; D unp. 3105. 
DONALDSON, THOMAS B. 

Our Uncle Dudley, a four-act comedy of 
an American family in a New England town, 
year 1913. 

© lc 3-1-46 ; Thomas B. Donaldson, Glen 
Ridge, N. J. ; D unp. 896. 
DONASCO. See Coiiasnon, Odon de. 
DONER, KITTY. See Donohoe, Catherine 

Doner. 
DONIGER, WALTER. Father was president. 

See Wald, Malvin. 
DONNELLY, ALLEN. See Donnelly, Hugh 

Robert Allen. 
DONNELLY, ELIZABETH NORTON. Stage 
center, a comedy with songs in three acts. 
Text only. © lc 11-1-46 : Elizabeth Nor- 
ton Donnelly, New York ; D unp. 5719. 
DONNELLY, HUGH ROBERT ALLEN. 

When doctors meet, original screen play. 
Synopsis and dialogue. © lc 3-1-46 ; Hugh 
Robert Allen Donnelly, Shirley, Christ- 
church, New Zealand ; D unp. 891. 

Winds of chance ; or, The strangler. 
Original screen play by Allen Donnelly. 
© lc 2-2-46 ; Hugh Robert Allen Donnelly, 
Shirley, Christchurch, New Zealand : D unp. 
2902. 
DONNELLY, ROBERT W. Minus the middle. 

See Kilbride, Percy. 
DONOHOE, CATHERINE DONER. First 

formal. See Mahler, Pauline Koner. 
DONOHUE, DENNIS. The black Messiah, by 
Dennis Donohue ; incidental music by Roy 
L. Bell. A comedy drama in three acts, 
four scenes, with incidental music. Text 
only. © lc 5-24-45 ; Dennis Donohue, 
Npw York ; D unp. 3330. 
DON'T be bashful. See Phillips, Irving. 
DON'T call me Madam. See Kaser, Stewart. 
DON'T count your sea monster. See Bates, 

John McKinney. 
DON'T give a hoot. See Di Gioia, Giuseppe. 
DON'T open till Christmas. See Martens, 

Anne Coulter. 
DON'T pass the buck. See Vocafilm cor- 
poration. 
DON'T stop dreaming. See Raymond, Martha 
Gould. 



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pt. i, n. s. 



THE DOODLE sockers. See Ten Eyck, 

Sidney. 
DOOLEY, Mrs. J. W. Wisconsin historical 

pageant. Presented by Girl Scout Troup 

138. © lc 6-24-46 ; Mrs. J. W. Dooley, 

West Allis, Wis. ; D unp. 3681. 
A DOOR must be open or shut. See Musset, 

Alfred de. 
DORIAN, MARGERY SCHNEIDER, The 

north window, a play in three acts. © lc 

7-30-46 ; Margery Schneider Dorian, San 

Francisco ; D unp. 4311. 
DORIS. See Thi6baut, Marcel. 
DORREY, CHARLES. Senor Joe. See Shar- 

dell, Paul. 
DORRIAN, CHARLES JAMES. The better 

life, a musical comedy in two parts by 

Johnathan Hart [pseud.] Text only. © lc 

2-14-46 ; Charles James Dorrian, Brook- 
lyn ; D unp. 3729. 
DOSTOEVSKI!, FEDOR MIKAILOVICH. 

Fficheuse aventure. See Annenkov, Georges. 

Idiot. See Pole, Reginald. 
DOTTINI, LOUIS A. Gods over Broadway, 

a play in three acts. © lc 9-6-46 ; Louis 

A. Dottini, Trenton ; D unp. 4822. 
DOTTY and Michel go to Montreal. See 

Pervy, Adolphe Victor. 
DOTTY and Michel in a French Canadian 

village. See Pervy, Adolphe Victor. 
DOTTY and Michel on the way to Quebec. 

See Pervy, Adolphe Victor. 
DOTTY and Michel visit Quebec. See Pervy, 

Adolphe Victor. 
DOUBLE exposure. See Robison, Katherine 

Mason. 
DOUBLE murder for the Cisco Kid. See The 

Cisco Kid. No. 13. 
DOUBLE or nothing. See Stein, George. 
DOUBLE up. See Gomsrud, Arthur A. 
DOUBT. See First nighter, Mar. 16. 1946. 
DOUGALL, — . See The Lone Ranger. 
DOUGHERTY, DORA J. 

Hangar flying, a program containing the 

conversation which takes place all over the 

world when members of the flying game get 

together to talk shop ; written by Dora J. 

Dougherty and Evelyn B. Bouscaren. 

Scripts nos. 1. 2. © lc 1-25-46 ; Evelyn 

Bouscaren McNulty and Dora Dougherty, 

Winnetka, 111. ; D unp. 394, 395. 

Hangar flying, by Dora Dougherty and 

Everlyn Bouscaren McNultv. [Talk of the 

flying world] Script no. 1. © lc 11-23-45 ; 

Evelyn Bouscaren McNulty and Dora 

Dougherty, Winnetka, 111. ; D unp. 598. 
DOUGHNUTS and paint. See Waren, Helen. 
DOUGLASS. PAUL W. Spin and win. Radio 

script. © lc 2-28-46; Paul W. Douglass, 

New York ; C 223. 
THE DOVE and the branch. See Falligant, 

Andr^e. 
THE DOVE and the carpenter. See Jones, 

T T^ 
DOVE 'of the church. See Phillips, John J. 

The blessing of Banba. 
DOWELL, GEORGE BRENDAN. 

The lost city ; or, City of sand. A radio 

play by George B. Dowell and George F. 

Slavin. © lc 3-25-46 ; George Brendan 

Dowell, New York and George Slavin, 

Orange, N. J. ; D unp. 2254. 

Old greenhorn ; or Green as grass, A 

new play in three acts. © lc 8-14-46 ; 

George Brendan Dowell, New York ; D unp. 

4528. 

Violets on Old Baldy, an original radio 

play by George Brendan Dowell and Maud 

McCurdy Welch. © lc 6-18-46 ; George B. 

Dowell, New York ; Maud McCurdy Welch, 

Hot Springs, Ark. ; D unp. 3663. 
DOWELL, INC. More power to America's 

industry. See Jam Handy organization, 

inc. 



DOWNEY, JOSEPH AUGUSTINE. Amer- 
icana. © lc 8-13-46 ; Joseph Augustine 
Downey, Ontario, Calif. ; C 631. 
DOWNING, MAE. Troublesome Saint, a play 
in three acts by Mae Downing and Robert 
Downing. © lc 8-14-46 ; Robert Downing 
and Mae Downing, Cedar Rapids, la. ; D 
unp. 4811. 
DOWNING, ROBERT. Troublesome Saint. 

See Downing, Mae. 
DOWNRIGHT Dencey. See Lockhart, Kath- 
arine. 
THE DOWNSTAIRS window. Se& Hicks, 

Elizabeth. 
DOWNTON, WILLIAM. 

Ah youth ! A comedy in three acts. © 
lc 4-16-46, William Downton, Swarthmore, 
Pa. ; D unp. 2761. 

Rabelais, a comedy in three acts. © lc 
2—14—46 ;' William Downton, Swarthmore, 
Pa. : D unp. 705. 
EL DRAGON de lance. See Calvo-Sotelo, 

Joaquin. 
THE DRAGON'S doom. See Fortune, John. 
DRAGONWYCK. See Lux radio theatre, Oct. 

7, 1946. 
DRAKE, RUSSELL. Courtin' days ; a merry, 
down-to-mirth comedy in three acts. New 
York, French, c 1946. 110 p. diagrs. 19 
cm. © 8-16-46 ; 2c 12-18-46 ; Samuel 
French, New York ; D pub 6683. 
DRAMA GUILD PUBLISHERS. 

Beware of widows. See George, Charles. 

Just my style. See Sterling, Dorothy. 

Miggles. See George, Charles. 

Murder, they say. See St. Clair, Robert. 

The real Mr. McCoy. See Tobias, Jay. 
DRAMA school. See Madden, Cecil Charles. 
THE DRAMATIC moment. See McMillin, 

Mark. 
DRAMATIC PUBLISHING COMPANY. 

The autograph-chasers. See Martens, 
Anne Coulter. 

Bride and gloom. See Kaser, Arthur Le 
Roy. 

The clue of the red ribbon. See Fernand, 
Roland F. 

A credit to the family. See Sergei, Chris- 
topher. 

Director's manual for "The would-be 
gentleman". See Fernand, Roland F. The 
would-be gentleman. 

Don't open till Christmas. See MaTtens, 
Anne Coulter. 

The enchanted rose. See Martens, Anne 
Coulter. 

Grandma's love seat. See Kelly, Mollie. 

Horatio Alger's Struggling upward. See 
Martens, Anne Coulter. 

I'll eat my hat. See Vining, Donald. 

In again ! Out again ! See Stone, James 
Floyd'. 

Little Miss Somebody. See Martens, 
Anne Coulter. 

Our hearts were young and gay. See 
Kerr, Jean. 

Paul splits the atom.- See Sergei, Chris- 
topher. 

The pipes of Dunbar. See Pettitt, Wil- 
frid H. 

The snowman who wouldn't melt. See 
Sergei, Christopher. 

The stone in the road. See Lukaszewski, 
Leon. 

They tried him with pie. See Martens, 
Anne Coulter. 

Wildcat Willie carves the turkey. See 
Martens, Anne Coulter. 

The wrong professor. See Kavanaugh, 
Katharine. 
DRAMATIZATION of the song of Preacher 
and the b'ar. See Murray, AlBryant Wash- 
ington. 
DRAMEN unserer zeit. See Tagger, Theodor. 



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DRAPER, WALT. Illinois loyalty, a play in 
three acts. © lc 7-3-46 ; Walt Draper, 
Urbana, 111. ; D unp. 3846. 

DRAUGELIS, SIMON JOHN. The Blessed 
Virgin Mary, Mother of God, in mystery 
play Madonna of Nazareth. Based on the 
City of God, an English translation of La 
mistica ciudad de Dios, by Maria de Jesus 
de Agreda. In four acts. (Advent series, 
no. 2) © lc 3-9-46 ; Simon John Drauge- 
lis, Cincinnati ; new matter : amended and 
revised : D unp. 2026. Prev. reg. 11-10-44, 
D unp. 91617. 

THE DREADFUL impersonation. See Levin, 
Stanford Marvin. 

THE DREAM. See Brown, Bessie. 

DREAM boy. See The Sheriff. No. 90. 

DREAM girl. See Rice, Elmer L. 

THE DREAM of an Irish lassie. See Harvie, 
Ann Jefferson. 

DREAM of death. See The Shadow, Jan. 27, 
1946. 

A DREAM of love. See Williams, William 
Carlos. 

DREAM valley. See Roby, Vic. 

THE DREAMERS. See Fitzgibbon, Ruth. 

DREAMS for sale. See Caton, Dorothy Web- 
ber. Special-day plays and flashlight fun. 

THE DREAMS of death. See The Shadow, 
Apr. 28, 1946. 

DREI von der Donau. See Stolz, Robert. 

DREWRY, KATHLEEN E. Callard. Money 
for love. Sec Callard, E. Rydon. 

THE DRIFT of death. See Burns, Fred H. 
Studies in crime. No. 6. 

A DRINK of water. See Exploring the un- 
known, Mar. 3, 1946. 

DRISCOLL, DAVID. See Young Doctor 
Malone. 

DRONIE. See Blum, Robert. 

DROPKIN, LOUIS. 

The Bishop. A radio series by Louis 
Dropkin and Felix Leon. No. 1. Murder 
in the basement. © lc 4-20-46 ; Louis 
Dropkin and Felix Leon, Bronx, New York ; 
D unp. 2749. 

The square peg club, a radio script by 
Louis Dropkin and Felix Leon. © lc 8-12- 
46 ; Felix Leon and Louis Dropkin, New 
York : D unp. 4504. 

DROUTH and death. See The Lone Ranger. 
No. 2106-1331. 

DROWNE, TATIANA BALKOFF. Sadko. 
See Rimski-Korsakov, Andrei Nikolaevich. 

DRUCKER SYLVIA. The lucifer match, a 
light comedy in three acts. © lc 7-21-46 ; 
Svlvia Drucker, Brooklyn : D unp. 4222. 

DRUM of We-oh-pa. See The Lone Ranger. 
No. 2065-1290. 

DRUMMOND. BETTY DUNBAR. Water 
fashion parade ; or, Memories i-n swim- 
time. A new water ballet. © lc 6-10-46 ; 
Betty Dunbar Drummond, Los Angeles ; D 
unp. 3485. 

DRUMS intangible. See Webster, Irenne. 

DRUMS of fate. See Weeks, Leland R. 

DRUMS of Jivaro. See Alcarese, Helen 
Marie. 

DRUON, MAURICE, Megaree, piece en trois 
actes. © lc 3-6-45 ; Maurice Druon, Paris ; 
D unp. 2446. 

DRUTEN, JOHN VAN. See Van Druten, 
John. 

DRY-GULCHER. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2087-1312. 

DRYER, BERNARD VICTOR. 

The doctor with hope in his hands, a 
radio play. (Cavalcade of America, Mar. 
11, 1946) © lc 6-11-46 ; E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & co., Wilmington, Del. ; D unp. 
3509. 

I count the days, a radio play. (Caval- 
cade of America ; Nov. 19, 1945) © lc 



1-4-46 ; E. I. du Pont de Nemours & co., 
Wilmington, Del. ; D unp. 48. 

DSIDSARNEROO Kaghte. See Servantz- 
diantz, Vagharshag M. The flight of the 
swallows. 

DU BIN, ALEXANDER. An amazing woman. 
See Coxe, Daniel M. 

DUBRIDGE, LEE ALVIN. Microwaves. 
New York Philharmonic-symphony inter- 
mission feature. Broadcast, Jan. 27, 1946. 
© lc 2-8-46 ; United States rubber co., 
New York ; C 322. 

DU BROCK, NEAL, pseud. See Meek, Neal 
Lawrence. 

THE DUCHESS of Malfi. See Auden Wystan 
Hugh. 

A DUCK named Luke. See Kurlan, David. 

DUCKETT, HELEN. Korean eagle, a play 
in three acts by Helen Bennett [pseud.] 
© lc 5-23-46 ; Helen Duckett, Yelverton, 
S. Devon, Eng. ; D unp. 3876. 

DUCRO, EDNA EVANGELINE. The river 
between, a tragedy in three acts. © lc 
7-6-46 ; Edna E. Ducro, Santa Monica, 
Calif. ; new matter : revision ; D unp. 3885. 
Prev. reg. 5-14-38, D unp. 56945. 

DUDDY, LYN JOHN. 

Cinderella, a dramatico-musical in two 
parts. © lc 8-2-46 ; Lyn John Duddy, 
New York ; D unp. 1075. 

Hansel and Gretel, a dramatico-musical. 
© lc 8-2-46 ; Lyn John Duddy, New York ; 
D unp. 1077. 

Jack and the beanstalk, a dramatico- 
musical. © lc 8-2-46 ; Lyn John Duddy, 
New York ; D unp. 1076. 

DUDE'S downfall. See The Lone Ranger. 
No. 2037-1262. 

THE DUENNA. See Berkowitz, Albert Mau- 
rice. 

DUET for solo. See Rosen, Norman. 

DUGAN, JOHN THOMAS. Glean the sheaves, 
a new play in three aets. © lc 6-29-46 ; 
John Thomas Dugan, New York : D unp. 
3835 

DUGAN, LAWRENCE JOSEPH. All the 
frailties, a comedy in three acts. © lc 
1-24-46 ; Lawrence Joseph Dugan, Phila- 
delphia ; D unp. 762. 

DU GARDE PEACH, LAWRENCE. See 
Peach, Lawrence du Garde. 

DUICHO, WILLIAM E. The fraudulent halo. 
See Heckman, Renay C. 

DUNBAR, BARRE. See Dunbar, William L. 

DUNBAR, WILLIAM L. BARRE. Wanted— 

a lover. See Dekobra, Maurice. 
DUNCAN, DAVID, pseud. See George, 

DUNCAN, FREDERICK. Honeymoon house 
boat, a play in two acts. © lc 11-16-46 ; 
Frederick Duncan, New York ; D unp. 6304. 

DUNCAN, RONALD. The rape of Lucretia. 
a libretto by Ronald Duncan ; after Andre 
Obey's play, Le viol de Lucrece. London, 
Boosey & Hawkes ; [etc., c 1946] 56 p. 
20 cm. © 7-18-46; lc 7-18-46; Boosey & 
Hawkes, ltd., London ; D pub. 4818. 

DUNIKOSKI, Theodore VINCENT. A mes- 
sage from Santa. See Buthorn, Mark Fred- 

DUNKIN, LENVILLE HAWTHORN. Edu- 
cational salesman's salestalk on Diesel. 
Lecture. © lc 10-31-46 ; Lenville Haw- 
thorn Dunkin, Houston, Tex. ; C 980. 

DUNKLE, ANNA B. Wash away those tears, 
a play in one act by Anna B. Dunkle and 
George G. Struble. © lc 1-5-46 ; Anna B. 
Dunkle and George G. Struble, Steelton, 
Pa. ; D unp. 41. 

DUNN, EDWARD DELANEY. Royal ro- 
mance, a play in three acts. © lc 10-19-46 : 
Edward Delaney Dunn, New York ; D unp. 
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DUNN, EDYTHB HANZSCHE. The story of 
Coppy, the boy who wanted to laugh. Radio 
program in 13 episodes. Episode 1 only. 
© lc 10-8-46 ; Edythe Hanzsche Dunn, 
Baltimore ; D unp. 5235. 

DUNN, ELIZABETH. Fish and visitors, a 
play in three acts. © lc 11—19-45 ; Eliza- 
beth Dunn, New Canaan, Conn. ; D unp. 244. 

DUNN, HALBERT BRANDNER. 

John Rutledge of South Carolina, a pag- 
eant in two parts. © lc 7-1—46 ; Halbert 
B. Dunn, Minneapolis ; D unp. 3793. 

Mister Rutledge, a play in three acts. 
© lc 11-19-46 ; Halbert Brandner Dunn, 
Minneapolis ; D unp. 5988. 

DUNN, REBECCA WELTY. Sunny, a chil- 
dren's operetta in three acts ; libretto by 
Edna M. Becker, music by Rebecca Welty 
Dunn. Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson ; [etc., 
1945] 68 p. 26 cm. © 12-6-45; 2c 1-14- 
46 ; Row, Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. ; 
D pub. 1003. 

DUNN, WINIFRED. The star baby. See De 

CclSSGTGS Bio 

DUNNE. GEORGE H. The Johnson case, a 
play in three acts. © lc 6-4-46 : George 
H. Dunne. Los Angeles ; D unp. 3416. 
DUNNIGAN'S daughter. See Behrman, Sam- 
uel Nathaniel. 
DUNNING, PHILIP. All to the good. See 

Kramer, Searle. 
DUNPHY, THOMAS. Ring twice tonight. 

See Mander, Miles. 
DUNWOODIE, DAVID M. Colds in the 
head. Lecture. © lc 1-18-46 ; David M. 
Dunwoodie, Dayton. O. : C 88. 
DU PONT DE NEMOURS (E. I.) AND 
COMPANY. 

Alaskan bush pilot. See Feins, Bernard. 

Big Boy Blue. See Holland, Gerald. 

Build me straight. See Parker, Phyllis. 

The camels are coming. See Lesan, 
David. 

Cavalcade of America. Radio plays in 
this series are entered under their respec- 
tive authors. 

Circus day. See Miller, Sigmund. 

Commencement in khaki. See Granick, 
Harry. 

Danger : women at work. See Frankel, 
Doris. 

Direction home. See Hughes, Russell. 

The doctor with hope in his hands. See 
Dryer, Bernard Victor. 

General Benjamin Franklin. See Metz, 
Zachary. 

The General's wife. See Kent, Priscilla. 

The hickory tree. See Walsh, Henry. 

I count the days. See Dryer, Bernard 
Victor. 

I sruess it's here to stay. See Arent, 
Arthur. 

Johnny comes home. See Gelb, Phillip. 

Mr. Conynsrham sweeps the seas. See 
Husrhes, Russell. 

My freshman husband. See Kent, Pris- 
cilla. 

The old Fall river line. See Reines, 
Bernard. 

One wagon westward. See Woodman, 
Ruth. 

Passport to freedom. See Kent, Priscilla. 

The petticoat jury. See Cochran, Joseph. 

Remembered day. See Sachs, John H. 

Star in the West. See Reines, Bernard. 

The story of the tremendous, trifle. See 
Feins, Bernard. 

Thirst without end. See Denker, Henry. 

Traveller to Arkansas. See Rabiner, 
Charles. 

Yonnsr Major Washington. See Kani- 

gher. Robert. 

DURAN. MICHEL. Une autre vie; com6die 

en deux actes et quatre tableaux. © lc 

5-8-46 ; Michel Duran. Paris ; D unp. 4202. 



DURGEE gang. See The Lone Ranger. No. 

2040-1265. 
DURIEUX, TILLA. Zagreb, 1945, ein schau- 

spiel in drei akten. © lc"5-27-46 ; Theater- 

verlag Reiss, a. g., Basel, Switzerland ; D 

unp. 3373. 
DUSK. See 

Rochna, Frank Joseph. 

Taubes, Frank. 
D'USSEAU, ARNAUD. Deep are the roots, 

by Arnaud d'Usseau and James Gow. New 

York, Scribner's sons, 1946. 205 p. pi. 

19 cm . A play. © 1-21-46 ; 2c 2-10-46 ; 

James Gow and Arnaud d'Usseau, New 

York ; D pub. 722. 
DUSSEAULT, WILFRID. The unwanted, a 

play in three acts. © lc 4-17—46 ; Wilfrid 

Dusseault, Montreal ; D unp. 3331. 
THE DUST of the earth, source title. See 

Martens, Anne Coulter. Little Miss Some- 
body. 
THE DUSTMAN. See Penwall, Leo. 
DUTKA, JULIUS. Der gottversucher. tra- 

goedie in drei akten. Second elaboration. 

© lc 1-14-46 ; Julius Dutka, New York ; 

D unp. 198. 
DUVAL, JUAN. Gypsy caravan ; or, The 

wandering gypsies. A dramatico-musical in 

three acts. © lc 2-20-46 ; Juan Duval, San 

Francisco : D unp. 1019. 
DYNAMITE for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 

Kid. No. 15A. 
DYNAMITE provides. See Challenge of the 

Yukon. No. 403. 

E 

E' state per errore. See Paterno, Giuseppe. 

EAGAN, ALBERTA STEDMAN. The sweet- 
ened cup, a play in three acts. A drama- 
tization of the author's novel published in 
London under the same title and in New 
York under the title Absolution. © lc 
9-19-46 ; Alberta Stedman Eagan, New 
York ; D unp. 4962. 

EAGAN, LOIS R. 

Beggar's choice, a 15-minute radio story- 
drama. © lc 5-10-46 ; Lois R. Eagan, 
Denver ; D unp. 3045. 

The case of the babbling silence. (Good 
neighbor, in deed series) Radio program. 
© lc 2-22-46 ; Lois R. Eagan, Denver ; D 
unp. 839. 

Gunman's lady. (Good neighbor, in deed 
series) Radio program. © lc 2-22-46 ; 
Louis R. Eagan, Denver ; D unp. 840. 

The raid, a 15-minute radio story-drama. 
© lc 5—10-46 ; Lois R. Eagan, Denver ; D 
unp. 3044. 

Rookie cop. Half-hour radio drama. © 
lc 5-10-46 ; Lois R. Eagan, Denver ; D 
unp. 3042. 

"Salzy" Jack Little, a 15-minute radio 
story-drama. © lc 5-10-46 ; Lois R. 
Eagan, Denver : D unp. 3043. 

THE EAGER beavers. See St. Clair, Robert. 

THE EAGLE has two heads. See Bromley, 
Harald. 

THE EAGLE of liberty. See G6mez, Abelardo 
Luis. 

EARDLEY, CARL. 

Madame chairman, ? three-act comedy. 
© lc 10-7-46 ; Carl Eardley, Arlington, 
Va. : D unp. 5210. 

EARNEST. JOEL G. The eighth day, a play 
in three acts. © lc 8-6-46 ; Joel G. 
Earnest. Stony Point, N. Y. ; D unn. 4426. 

EARTH and stars. See Edmonds, Sheppard 
Randolph. 

EAST through West. See Salerno, Antonio. 

EASIER around the world. See Rice's hi-teen 
board. No. 7. 

THE EASTER-EGG king. See Caton, Dor- 
othy Webber. Special-day plays and flash- 
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EASTERLIN, MALCOLM BENNETT. 
Preacher Jolly's miracle, an all negro play 
in two parts with ten scenes. © lc 3-25- 
46 ; Malcolm Bennett Easterlin, Washing- 
ton : D imp. 2428. 

EASTMAN, FRED. A man's monument, a 
plav in one act. New York, French ; [etc.] 
cl945. 44 p. 3 9 cm. © 12-27-44; 2c 
2-6-46 ; Samuel French, New York ; D pub. 
5SS 

EASTON, SIDNEY. The melody I found. 

* Radio script. © lc 9-20-46 ; Sidney 
Easton, Corona, N. Y. ; D unp. 49S5. 

EASTWARD in Eden. See Butts, Dorothy 
Worthington. 

EASY does it. See Charlier, Ruth Marie 
Garvin. 

EASY money. See Kahn, Morton L. 

EASY street. -See Hiatt, Howard H. 

EATON, JULIA. Portland fancy, a three act 
plav. © lc 1-29-45 ; Julia Eaton, Ander- 
son, Ind. ; D unp. 230. 

EBB tide. See Garrigus, Frederick. You're 
on the air. 

EBENHACK, ARTHUR. 

Orchids for two, a play in three acts. 
© lc 3-29-46 ; Arthur Ebenhack, New 
York ; D unp. 2277. 

The silver spoon, a play in three acts. 
© lc 7-25-46 : Arthur Ebenhack, New 
York : D unp. 4270. 

EBERSOLE, DORIS A. The doll, a one-act 
plav. © lc 3-26-46 ; Doris Ebersole, West- 
field. N. J. ; D. unp. 2226. 

ECCLESINE. JOSEPH. Lucky birthday. 
See Fairbanks, William F. 

ECHEC a don Juan. See Puget, Claude 
Andre, Theatre, [t. 1] 

ECHEGARAY Y EIZAGUIRRE, JOSE. 
locure 6 santidad, source title. See Gray, 
Henry David. Aiming at the stars, 

ECHO of thunder. See Silver, Leon Joseph. 

ECHOES OF NEW YORK. (Radio program) 

Episodes in this series are by McCann- 

Erickson, inc. © McCann-Erickson, inc., 

New York. Broadcast weekly Oct. 1-22, 

1946. 

1. The Joneses of New York. © lc 10- 
25-46 : D unp. 5645. 

2. Carnegie hall. © lc 10-25-46 ; D unp. 
5646. 

3. The Joneses found money. © lc 
10-25-46 ; D unp. 5647. 

4. Peggy Jones. © lc 10-25-46 ; D unp. 
5648. 

ECKERT, ERWIN F. Criss cross, a play in 
three acts. © lc 3-8-46 ; Erwin F. Eckert, 
Chicago : D unp. 974. 

ECKSTEIN, GUSTAV. The pet shop, a play. 
[1st ed.] New York, Harper; [etc., 1944] 
196 p. 19V 2 cm. © 11-7-45; Gustav Eck- 
stein. Cincinnati ; D unp. 114. Prev. reg. 
6-15-44, D unp. 33659. 

ECLIPSE. See Leppard, Lois. 

ECOLE matrimoniale pour demoiselles. See 
Quantin, Suzanne. 

ECONOMIC efficiency. See Keeping up with 
the Wigslesworths. No. 52. 

ECONOMICS of war. See Keeping up with 
the Wi?glesworths. No. 39. 

ECSTASY. See Webb, Marjorie. 

EDDIE Barker, P. A. See Lawrence, Lou. 

EDDIE BARKER, P. A. See Lawrence, Lou. 

THE EDDIE BRACKEN SHOW. (Radio 
program) 

Scrints in this series are by George Hope 
and Edward V. Bracken. © Bracken pro- 
ductions, inc., Hollywood. 

1. Broadcast Sept. 29, 1946 
46 : D unp. 5924. 

2. Broadcast Oct. 6, 1946. 
46 : D unp. 5345. 

3. Broadcast Oct. 13, 1946. 
46; D unp. 5573. 



D lc 10-7- 
lc 10-12- 
lc 10-20- 



lc 10- 



© lc 11-1- 
© lc 11-8- 
© lc 11-17- 
© lc 11- 
lc 11-29- 
) lc 12-8- 
lc 12-15- 



4. Broadcast Oct. 20, 1946. 
27-46 ; D unp. 5672. 

5. Broadcast Oct. 27, 1946. 
46 ; D unp. 5857. 

6. Broadcast Nov. 3, 1946. 
46 ; D unp. 5901. 

7. Broadcast Nov. 10, 1946. 
46 : D unp. 5979. 

8. Broadcast Nov. 17, 1946. 
22-46 ; D unp. 6106. 

9. Broadcast Nov. 24, 1946. 
46 ; D unp. 6329. 

10. Broadcast Dec. 1, 1946. 
46 ; D unp. 6459. 

11. Broadcast Dec. 8, 1946. 
46 : D unp. 6555. 

EDELMAN, WILLIAM. Hang your hat here, 
a play in three acts. © lc 6-28-46 ; William 
Edelman, Jackson Heights, N. Y. ; D unp. 
3834. 
EDELSON, TEDDY. Twenty a week, a play 
in three acts. © lc 3-8-46 ; Teddy Edel- 
son, Brooklyn ; D unp. 982. 
EDGAR and Alice. See Goldbaum, Peter. 
EDISON ELECTRIC INSTITUTE. For re- 
cording scripts prepared in consultation 
with National electrical wholesalers asso- 
ciation see Vocafilm corporation. 
EDITH. See Plazanet, Jean. 
EDITH Becton monologues. See Uhrbrock, 

Edith Becton. 
EDITIONS BERNARD GRASSET. 

La folle de Chaillot. See Giraudous, 
Jean. 

Les mal ainigs. See Mauriac, Frangois. 
EDITIONS BORDAS. 

Le bal des voleurs. See Anouilh, Jean. 
Les gueux au paradis. See Martens, Gas- 
ton-Marie. 
EDITIONS DE DA NOUVELLE FRANCE. 

La Celestine. See Rojas, Fernando de. 
EDITIONS DES QUATRE-VENTS. 

La bete noire. See Audiberti, Jacques. 
Les dieux au village. See Tesseyre, 
Gaston. 

Facheuse aventure. See Annenkov, 

Georges. 

EDITIONS DU BELIER, Anthologie du 

theatre Frangais contemporain. See Pille- 

ment, Georges. 

EDITIONS Eimef-opera. Le tour du ciel. 

See Bertal-Maubon. 
EDITIONS NAGEL. 

Le chant de la liberty. See Saint-Georges 
de Bouhelier. 

Le diner de famille. See Luc, J. Bernard. 
La fureur d'aimer. See Montaigne, 
Pierre. 

Printemps. See Houssaye, Henry. 
Western-idyll. -See Laspeyres, Pierre- 
Jean. 

EDITIONS PHILIPPE PARES. 

Une femme par jour. See Veber, Serge. 

EDITIONS S. T. A. E. L. Et delivrez-nous 
du mal. See Montalais, Jacques de. 

EDITIONS SALABERT. Mademoiselle Star. 
See De Wissant. Andre\ 

EDITIONS STOCK, DELAMAIN ET BOU- 
TELLEAU. See Stock, Delamain et Bou- 
telleau. 

EDMONDS, RANDOLPH. Earth and stars. 
See Edmonds, Sheppard Randolph. 

EDMONDS, SHEPPARD RANDOLPH. Earth 
and stars, a play in three acts by Randolph 
Edmonds. © lc 4-26-46 ; Sheppard Ran- 
dolph Edmonds, New Orleans ; D unp. 3613. 

EDSON, WESLEY. George comes to stay, a 
play in three acts. © lc 10-26-46 ; Wesley 
Edson, New York : D unp. 5676. 

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EDUCATION. See Jam Handy organization, 
inc. 

EDUCATION and economic prosperity. See 
Keeping up with the Wigglesworths. No. 

, 40. 

EDUCATION is fun. See Eller, Herman. 

EDUCATIONAL card game. t See La Pearl, 
Roy, jr. 

EDUCATIONAL salesman's salestalk on 
Diesel. See Dunkin, Lenville Hawthorn. 

EDWARDS, JONATHAN. The grass I love, 
a play in two acts by Jonathan Edwards and 
John Richards. © lc 3-13^6; Jonathan 
Edwards and John Richards, Roslyn, N. Y. ; 
D unp. 2105. 

EDWARDS, LEE. Love letters and love 
songs of yesterday and today. Radio script. 
Text only. © lc 4-20-46 ; Lee Edwards, 
Chicago ; C 376. 

EDWARDS, ROLAND. 

Cvcle for concern, a play in three acts. 
© lc 9-22-46 : Roland Edwards, Philadel- 
phia ; D unp. 5015. 

Heritage, a drama in one scene. 27 leaves. 
<© lc 9-22-46 ; Roland Edwards, Philadel- 
phia ; D unp. 5014. 

EELLS, GEORGE. Little soul, a play in three 
acts. © lc 5-19-46, George Eells, New 
York ; D unp. 3230. 

EFFECTIVE management. See Vocafilm cor- 
poration. 

EFRON, MORRY. Night fantasy, by Morry 
Efron and Manny Gurian ; a story told in 
modern ballet and tap, in three acts. © 
lc 3-29-46, Morry Efron and Manny Gur- 
ian, New York ; D unp. 2297. 

EGER, PAUL. Ein Salzburger sommer- 
maerchen. 30 leaves. © lc 4-25-46 ; 
Theaterverlag Reiss, a. g., Basel, Switzer- 
land : D unp. 3375. 

THE EGO and the mouse. See Sturm, Justin. 

EGRI, LAJOS. Tight rope, a play in three 
acts by Lajos Egri and Clayton Spicer. © 
lc 2-28-46 : Lajos Esrri and Clayton Spicer, 
New York ; D unp. 900. 

EGYPTIAN expedition. See Malle\ Clyde E. 

EHRENFORD. PAULINE N. The old fly's 
tale. See Brown, Marion Martin, II. 

EHRLICH, IDA LUBLENSKI. Stutzpunkt ; 
play in two acts. New York, Everyman's 
theatre. c 1946. 48 numbered leaves. © 
9-18-46 ; 2c 9-20-46 ; Ida Lublenski Ehr- 
lich, Brooklyn ; D pub. 5008. 

EHRLICH, MAX. 

Murder at midnight. For radio scripts 
in this series see Murder at midnight. 

The return of Nick Carter. For radio 
scripts in this series see The return of Nick 
Carter. 

Transatlantic voyage. See Burnett, Mur- 
ray. 

EICHBERG. RICHARD A. It's all in the 
mind, a plav in one act by Richard A. Eich- 
berg and Kitty Jantzen. © lc 2-27-46 ; 
Richard A. Eichberg, New York ; D unp. 
870. 

EIGHT records of death. See The return of 
Nick Carter. Apr. 2, 1946. 

EIGHT steps to murder. See Inner sanctum, 
June 4. 1946. 

THE EIGHTH day. See Earnest, Joel G. 

BIKER, MATHILDE. The patient lover, a 
plav in one act. © lc 5-27-46 ; Mathilde 
Eikpr, Washington : D unp. 3292. 

EISENBACH, BLANCHE. At last, Abaddon ; 
a drama in four acts. © lc 8—28-46 : 
Blanche Eisenbach, Los Angeles ; D unp. 
4726. 

EISENBACH. ROBERT. Listen to Skeets, a 
weekly ra.dio series for children. © lc 
2-1-46 : Constance Stone, Robert Eisen- 
bach, Jerry Feldman, Los Angeles ; D unp. 
2110. 



ELDRIDGE ENTERTAINMENT HOUSE, 
INC. Heigh-ho holly. See Christie, Cath- 
erine A. 
THE ELECTRIC range. See Vocafilm cor- 
poration. 
THE ELECTRIC refrigerator. See Vocafilm 

corporation. 
THE ELECTRIC water heater. See Voca- 
film corporation. 
ELECTRONIC surgery. See Exploring the 

unknown, Sept. 22, 1946. 
THE ELEGANT Mrs. Westerbury. See 

Stewart, Leila Maude. 
ELEGY. See Silver, Warren A. 
THE ELEVENTH commandment. See Kar- 

len, Stymean. 
ELIAS, GEORGE S. 

By any other name, a comedy in three 
acts by George S. Elias and Jay F. Looney. 
New York, French, c 1946. 77 p. diagr. 
18% cm. © 10-8-46 : 2c 12-18-46 ; Samuel 
French, New York ; D pub. 6693. 

Reflections, a modern comedy in two acts 
by George S. Elias and Jay F. Looney. © 
lc 2-15-46 ; George S. Elias and Jay 
Frances Looney, New York ; D unp. 738. 
ELICKER, JOSEPH EDWIN. Pocono, an 
original screen play by Joe E. Flicker. © 
lc 7-24-46 ; Joseph Edwin Elicker, Dallas, 
Pa. : D unp. 4413. 
ELLER, HERMAN. Education is fun, radio 
script, Nov. 24, 1946. © lc 11-21-46; 
Herman Eller, Brooklyn ; D unp. 6063. 
ELLIOT, RAND. The master's chair, a psy- 
chological >play in three acts by Rand 
Elliot and Albert Dickason. ©-lc 11-15- 
46 ; Albert Dickason, Bridgeport, Conn., 
and Rand Elliot. New York ; D unp. 6028. 
ELLIOTT, PHELPS. See Elliott, Thompson 

Phelps. 
ELLIOTT, THOMPSON PHELPS. The 
catalyst, a play in three acts, by Phelps 
Elliott. © lc 2-28-46 : Thompson Phelps 
Elliott, Annapolis ; D unp. 881. 
ELLIS, BRUCE. Invitation to college, a 
half -hour radio program. © lc 2—15—46 ; 
Bruce Ellis, New York; C 192. 
ELLIS, EDITH. Dangerous age, a play in 
three acts and an epilogue, based on Karin 
Michaelis' book of the same name. © lc 
4-25-46 ; Edith Ellis, New York ; D unp. 
2785 
ELLIS,' JOSEPH ROLAND. Call me dearie, 
a comedy in three acts. © lc 7-26-46 ; 
Joseph Roland Ellis, Norristown, Pa. ; D 
unp. 4310. 
ELLIS, RAYMOND. Dearest inheritance, 
play in three acts by Raymond Ellis and 
Tom Adair. © lc 2-15-46 ; Raymond 
Ellis, Detroit, and Tom Adair, Los Angeles ; 
D unp. 745. 
ELLIS, ROBERT. Pig alley sun, a play in 
three acts about Paris and GI's. © lc 
2-15-46 ; Robert Ellis, New York ; D unp. 
720. 
ELLIS, SALONE REBECCA. Bull song, a 
drama in three acts. © lc 7-3-46 : Salone 
Rebecca Ellis, New York ; D unp. 3842. 
ELLSWORTH, ELMER, pseud. See Spenner, 

Elmer Ellsworth. 
ELMER and the wise guys. See Lieblich, 

Gertrude H. 
ELMER the pearl diver. See Lovelace, John 

Haywood. 
ELMER TITUS. See Billings. Andrew E. 
ELONA and Shari reunited. See General 

mills, inc. 
ELONA becomes a dancing girl. See General 

mills, inc. 
ELONA hears of Jonathan's death. See Gen- 
eral mills, inc. 
ELONA in Arioch's home. See General mills, 

inc. 
ELONA makes a bargain. See General mills, 
inc. 



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ELONA marries Jonathan. See General mills, 
inc. 

ELONA returns to Arioch. See General mills, 
inc. 

ELROD, Tommy LEON. Take my lonely heart, 
the story of a life with music, by Tom 
Elrod. A play in two acts. © lc 7-15-46 ; 
Tommy Leon Elrod, Oak Park, 111. ; D imp. 
5242. 

ELSNER, BEATRIZ H. 

Theme "extraordinario" : or, Maria Mis- 
tretta. An oral composition. © lc 10—19— 
46 ; Beatriz H. Eisner, Chicago ; C 911. 

Typewriters vs. typists. An oral com- 
position. © lc 8-4-46 ; Beatriz H. Eisner, 
Chicago ; C 754. 

ELSNER, EDWARD. The power of money, 
a new modern play in three acts with music. 
Text only. © lc 7-9-46 ; Edward Eisner, 
Hollywood, D unp. 3979. 

ELVIDGE, TOM. 

The boy who cried wolf. See Kahler, 
Hunter. 

The trial of Bumble the Bee. See Kahler, 
Hunter. 

THE ELWOOD Doudt show. See Coutant, 
Raymond Tyrell. 

ELYANA. See Abraham, Paul. 

EMBARRASSING moments. See Rice's hi- 
teen board. No. 25. 

EMBASSY row. See West, Mae. Come on 
over. 

EMERSON. GERALDINE B. Winter-kill, a 
play in three acts by Jerry Emerson. © lc 
3-22-46 : Geraldine B. Emerson, Greenwich, 
Conn. ; D unp. 2205. 

EMERSON, JERRY. See Emerson, Geraldine 
B. 

EMERSON, VICTORIA, pseud. See Thomp- 
son. Helene, Nevada. 

EMILY Dickinson. See French, Florence 
Felten. A poet is born. 

EMILY talks training. See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 

EMMA Lazarus — a modern Esther. See 
The eternal light. No. 21. 

EMMERICH, WILLIAM JOSEPH. The radio 
tone test. Radio script. © lc 12-28-45 ; 
William Joseph Emmerich, Richmond ; C 27. 

EMMY Lou. See Cooksey, Curtis. 

THE EMPEROR'S treasure and the Cisco Kid. 
See The Cisco Kid. No. 124A. 

EMPIRE PRODUCING CO. Cornzapoppin. 
See McDonald, Edward. 

THE EMPTY noose. See Perl, Arnold. 

EMPTY saddles. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2083—1308 

THE ENCHANTED castle. See Martinez, 
Julita. 

THE ENCHANTED rose. See Martens, Anne 
Coulter. 

ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA FILMS, 
INC. 

Children of China, an instructional film- 
strip based on the motion picture, Children 
of China : continuity script by V. C. Arns- 
spijrer and Oscar E. Sams, jr. © lc 11- 
1-46 ; Encyclopaedia britannica films, inc., 
Chicago : C 1006. 

Children of Holland, an instructional 
filmstrip based on the motion picture, Chil- 
dren of Holland : continuity script by V. C. 
Arnspiger and Oscar E. Sams, jr. © lc 
11—1-46 ; Encyclopaedia britannica films, 
inc.. Chicago ; C 1005. 

Children of Switzerland, an instructional 
filmstrin based on Hhe motion picture. Chil- 
dren of Switzerland : continuity script by 
V. C. Arnspiger and Oscar E. Sams, jr. 
© lc 11-1-46 : Encvclonaedia britannica 
films, inc.. Chicago ; C 1004. 

Colonial children, an instructional film- 
strin based on the motion picture. Colonial 
children ; continuity script by V. C. Arn- 



spiger and Oscar E. Sams, jr. © lc 11-1- 
46 ; Encyclopaedia britannica films, inc., 
Chicago ; C 1008. 

Eskimo children, an instructional filmstrip 
based on the motion picture, Eskimo chil- 
dren ; continuity script by V. C. Arnspiger 
and Oscar E. Sams, jr. © lc 11-1-46 ; 
Encyclopaedia britannica films, inc., Chi- 
cago ; C 1003. 

The far western states, an instructional 
filmstrip based on the motion picture, The 
far western states ; continuity script by 
V. C. Arnspiger and Lyle Stewart. © 1 c 
11-1-46 ; Encyclopaedia britannica films, 
inc., Chicago ; C 1001. 

French-Canadian children, an instruc- 
tional filmstrip based on the motion picture, 
French-Canadian children ; continuity script 
by V. C. Arnspiger and Oscar E. Sams, jr. 
© lc 11-1-46 ; Encyclopaedia britannica 
films, inc., Chicago ; C 1009. 

Mexican children, an instructional film- 
strip based on the motion picture, Mexican 
children ; continuity script by V. C. Arn- 
spiger and Oscar E. Sams, jr. © lc 11-1- 
46 ; Encyclopaedia britannica films, inc., 
Chicago ; C 1007. 

The middle states, an instructional film- 
strip based on the motion picture, The mid- 
dle states ; continuity script by V. C. Arn- 
spiger and Lyle F. Stewart. © lc 11-1-46 ; 
Encyclopaedia britannica films, inc., Chi- 
cago ; C 998. 

Navajo children, an instructional film- 
strip based on the motion picture, Navajo 
children ; continuity script by V. C. 
Arnspiger and Oscar E. Sams, jr. © lc 
11-1—46 ; Encyclopaedia britannica films, 
inc., Chicago ; C 1002. 

The northeastern states, an instructional 
filmstrip based on the motion picture, The 
northeastern states ; continuity script by V. 
C. Arnspiger and Lyle F. Stewart. © lc 
11—1-46 : Encyclopaedia britannica films, 
inc.. Chicago ; C 996. 

The northwestern states, an instructional 
filmstrip based on the motion picture, The 
northwestern states ; continuity script by 
V. C. Arnspiger and Oscar E. Sams, jr. © 
lc 11-1-46 : Encyclopaedia britannica 
films, inc., Chicago ; C 999. 

The southeastern states, an instructional 
filmstrip based on the motion picture, The 
southeastern states : continuity script by 
V. C. Arnspiger and Lyle F. Stewart. © lc 
11-1-46 : Encyclopaedia britannica films, 
inc., Chicago : C 997. 

The southwestern states, an instructional 
filmstrip based on the motion picture, The 
southwestern states ; continuity script by 
V. C. Arnspisrer and Oscar E. Sams, jr. 
© lc 11—1—46 ; Encyclopaedia britannica 
films, inc., Chicago ; C 1000. 
END of a war. See Schram, John Michael. 
THE END of the world, a plea for the U. N. 

See Brave, Robert Ellis. 
ENDICOTT, PAUL. 

Return heroes, a play in three acts. © 
lc 5-29-46 : Paul Endicott, Flint, Mich. ; 
D unp. 3337. 

Seek my beloved, a play in four acts. 
© lc 6-7-46 ; Paul Endicott, Flint, Mich. ; 
D imp. 3451. 
ENDREY. EUGENE. The man in masquer- 
ade, a play in three acts by Eugene Endrey 
and Patti Spears. © lc 9-6-46 ; Eugene 
Endrey. New York : D unp. 4823. 
THE ENEMY. See Whitbourn, Frank. 
ENFIELD, LOUIS W- The invasion of the 
demons, a drama. 22 leaves. Typewritten 
("carbon copv). © lc 10-26-46; Louis W. 
Enfield. Detroit : D unp. 5627. 
ENGEL, LEHMAN. The prettiest song in the 
world. See Stein, Joseph. 



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pt i, n. s. 



ENGEL, RICHARD. 

I am back, America. See Beer, Gustave. 
The light in our eyes. See Beer, Gustave. 

ENGELMAN, WANDA ALBERTA. See Bn- 
gelman, Wanda Wade. 

ENGELMAN, WANDA WADE. Gabrielle ; or, 
Slumbering woman. A melodrama in three 
acts. © lc 12-7-46 ; Wanda Alberta Engel- 
man, Mohnton, Pa. ; D unp. 6501. 

ENGINES for superbombers. See Wilding 
picture productions, inc. 

ENGLAND and her colonies. See Lewis, 
Jessica. The world is listening series. 

ENGLANDER, F. EUGENE. Congress 
speaks, a one act play by Gene Englander. 
© lc 7-11-46 ; F. Eugene Englander, Co- 
lumbus ; D unp. 4012. 

ENGLANDER, GENE. See Englander, F. 
Eugene. 

ENGLE, ELEANOR I. Over the second cup. 
Audition script no. 1. © lc 10-28-46 ; 
Eleanor I. Engle, Chicago ; C 793. 

ENHOLM, ERIC R. Young forever ; comedy- 
drama in three acts. © lc 9-12-46 ; Eric 
R. Enholm, Brooklyn ; D unp. 4888. 

ENOCH, LORA L. In Fairyland, an operetta 
in three acts for unchanged voices ; libretto 
and lyrics by Ethel Rogers, music by Lora 
L. Enoch. Chicago, Denison [etc., 1946] 
64 p. illus. (music) 26 cm. (Denison's 
operettas.) © 4-1-46; 2c 4-5-46; T. S. 
Denison & co., Minneapolis ; D pub. 1026. 

ENOUGH rope. See Yablonskl, Margaret. 

ENSIGN, junior grade. See Kane, John T. 

ENTHUSIASM — behind the counter. See 
Jam Handy organization, inc. 

ENTRANCE strictly private. See Schneider, 
Hazel Hardesty. 

THE EPIDEMIC. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. No. 448. 

EPIDEMICS. See 

Bayne-Jones, Stanhope. 

Exploring the unknown, Mar. 31, 1946. 

LA EPOPEYA de America. See Gomez, Abe- 
lardo Luis. The eagle of liberty. 

EPSTEIN, BERYL WILLIAMS. Road to 
Alaska. See Piatt, Helen. 

EPSTEIN, JULIUS J. 

Chicken every Sunday, [a play] by Julius 
J. and Philip G. Epstein, from the novel 
bv Rosemary Taylor. New York, French ; 
etc. [1946.] 129 p. front., plates, 19y 2 cm. 
© 1-24-46 ; 2c 4-17-46 ; Philip G. Epstein 
and Julius J. Epstein, New York ; D pub. 
2669. 

Chicken every Sunday. See Epstein, 
Julius J. 

EPSTEIN, SAMUEL. Road to Alaska. See 
Piatt, Helen. 

EQUINOXE. See Toudouze, George G. 

EQUITABLE trust company. See Ferguson, 
Courtland D. 

'ERBERT and the Pirate. See Winters, 
Roland. 

'ERBERT'S 'appy birthday. See Wintere, 
Roland. 

ERNST, ARTHUR. 

Grazia placida, sfiditalische historie in 
drei aufziigen. © lc 11—3—46 ; Arthur 
Ernst, Springfield, Mass. ; D unp. 6084. 

The missing link, schauspiel in drei 
aufziigen. © lc 9-26-46 ; Arthur Ernst, 
Springfield, Mass. ; D unp. 6305. 

Ungarische traeumerei, drei einakter 
fiber liebe and ehe. 1. Geschichte einer 
ehe. 2. Der hochzeitstag des grafen. 3. 
Das wunder der grossen liebe. © lc 10—12— 
46 : Arthur Ernst, Springfield, Mass. ; D 
unp. 5341. 

ERNST. ELMA R. 

Splinterville, U. S. A., a play in three 
acts by Elma R. Ernst and William A. Mc- 
Clung. © lc 10-14-46 ; William A. Mc- 
Clung, Charlottesville, Va. ; D unp. 5337. 



We never had it so good, a play in three 
acts by Elma R. Ernst and William A. Mc- 
Clung and M. Jean Hermann. © lc 3-29- 
46 ; William Alexander McClung, Char- 
lottesville, Va. ; D unp. 2259. 

You never had it so good, a play in three 
acts by Elma R. Ernst, William A. McClung 
and M. Jean Hermann. Revised by William 
A. McClung. © lc 5-21-46; William A- 
McClung, Charlottesville, Va. ; new matter ; 
revisions ; D unp. 3722. Prev. reg. We 
never had it so good ; 3-29-46, D unp. 2259. 

ERNST, JESSIE. Dawn on the threshold. 
See Monroe, Bruce. 

AN ERROR in statistics. See Sherak, 
Bernard. 

ERTHEIM, JAMES. Nutrition in childbirth. 
See Exploring the unknown, Mar. 17, 1946. 

ESAU, JOHN WILLIAM. 

The disappearance of the million-dollar 
stevedore, presentation script in a radio, 
program series, Reward ; by John Damien 
[pseud.] © lc 4-10-46; John William, 
Esau, New York ; D unp. 2554. 

The disappearance of the million-dollar 
stevedore, presentation script in a radio 
program series, Reward, by John Damien 
[pseud.] © lc il-15-46; John William 
Esau, Hollis, N. Y. ; new matter ; revision 
and slight changes in format, D unp. 6083. 

ESCAPE for revenge. See The Green Hornet. 
No. 740. 

AN ESCAPE for the Cisco Kid. See The 
Cisco Kid. No. 45A. 

ESCAPE from reality. See Mieselas, Lester. 

ESCAPE to the sun. See Provo, Frank. 

ESHLEMAN, RICHARD E. Back to the 
wars, a comedy in three acts. © lc 4-9-46. 
Richard E. Eshleman, Los Angeles, D 
unp. 2502. 

ESKIMO children. See Encyclopaedia britan- 
nica films, inc. 

ESKIMO justice. See Challenge of the Yukon. 
No. 430. 

ESLICK; LOUIS HARWOOD, One way ticket, 
a play in three acts. © lc 6-10-46 ; Louis. 
H. Eslick, Rockwell City, la. ; D unp. 3513. 

ESPINA, ANGEL BEAUNONI S. Song of the 
Star, a Christmas cantata. © lc 12-31-45 ; 
Angel Beaunoni S. Espina, Leyte, Philip- 
pines ; D unp. 1034. 

ESSER, WRIGHT. Possessed, a drama in 
three acts by Wright Esser and Mason 
Curry [pseud.] © lc 12-1-46; Mason D, 
Cogswell and Wright Esser, Mobile, Ala. ; 
D unp. 6369. 

ESTAVER, LILLIAN MARGUERITE MOORE. 
Light dawns, a fantasy in four acts, by 
Marguerite Estaver. © lc 3-23-46 ; Lillian 
Marguerite Estaver, Newton Centre, Mass. ; 
D unp. 2224. 

ESTAVER. MARGUERITE. See Estaver, Lil- 
lian Marguerite Moore. 

ESTHER and the king. See Leonard, Francis 
C. 

ESTHER chosen queen. See General mills,, 
inc. 

ESTHER decides to enter contest. See Gen- 
eral mills, inc. 

ESTHER enters contest. See General mills,, 
inc. 

ESTHER the queen. See The eternal light. 
No. 13. 

ET delivrez-nous du mal. See Montalais,. 
Jacques de. 

ETCHED with acid. See The Shadow, Mar. 
17, 1946. 

THE ETERNAL glow. See Arms, Anthony- 
Thomas. 

THE ETERNAL LIGHT. (Radio program) 
Chapters in this series are by Morton Wish- 
engrad. © Jewish theological seminary of 
America, New York. Broadcast Oct. 29, 
1944-June 30, 1946. 

4. The tabernacle in the Duke's place. ©>. 



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2c 



12-7-44 ; 2c 1-11-46 ; D pub. 169. 

5. The black death. © 12-18-44 ; 2c 1- 
11-46 ; D pub. 170. 

6. A Roman sanctuary. © 12-22-44 ; 2c 
1-11-46 ; D pub. 171. 

7. The candelabra of the Steppes. © 
12-27-44; 2c 1-11-46; D pub. 172. 

8. The temple of K'Ai-Feng-Fu. © 1-4- 

45 ; 2c 1-11-46 ; D pub. 173. 

9. Maimonides. © 1-9-45 ; 2c 1-11-46 ; 
D pub. 174. 

10. The Maccabees. © 1-15-45 ; 2c 1-11- 

46 ; D pub. 175. 

11. Founding of the synagogue. © 1-18- 
45 : 2c 2-27-46 ; D pub. 876. 

13. Esther the queen. © 1-23-45 ; 2c 3- 
12-46 ; D pub. 2095. 

14. Brandeis. © 1-29-45 ; 2c 3-12-46 ; D 
pub. 2094. 

' 15. Schechter. © 2-6-45 ; 2c 3-12-46 ; 
D pub. 2093. 

16. Rabbi Israel Salanter. © 2-12-45 ; 
2c 3-12-46 ; D pub. 2092. 

18. Waldemar M. W. Haffkine. © 2-28- 
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19. Mr. Lincoln and the rabbi. © 3-5- 

45 ; 2c 3-24-46 ; D pub. 2237. 

20. Rebecca Gratz. © 3-12-45; 2c 3- 
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21. Emma Lazarus — a modern Esther. © 
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22. Sholom Aleichem. © 3-26-45 ; 
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23. Cyrus Adler. © 4-2-45 ; 2c 3-24-46 ; 
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24. Isaac M. Wise. © 4-9-45 ; 2c 3-24- 

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25. A second exodus. © 4-16-45 ; 2c 
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26. Monsieur Levy passes over. © 4—23- 

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27. The seed and the dream. © 4-30-45 ; 
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28. Henrietta Szold. © 5-7-45 ; 2c 3-24- 

46 ; D pub. 2244. 

29. Death of Akiba. 
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30. Seven who were ordained. © 5-21- 

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31. The book of Ruth. © 5-28-45 ; 2c 
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32. As a driven leaf. © 6-4-45 ; 2c 
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33. Story of an American. © 6-11-45 ; 
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34. The lie. © 6-18-45; 2c 3-24-46; 
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37. The bar mitzvah of Private Cohen. © 
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49. My father's Talis. © 10-29-45; 2c 
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50. The Talmud. © 

46 ; D pub. 2539. 
51.* Unbroken circle. 

4-10-46 : D pub. 2540. 
52. Lilien Wald. C 
46 : D pub. 2541. 

54. Day of the shadow. 
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55. Thomas Kennedy. 
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57. Lantern in the inferno. © 12-24-45 ; 
2c 4-26-46 ; D pub. 2836. 

58. A Chassidic tale. 
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59. Sound of music. © 
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60. Voice of Rachel. 
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62. Parable of Reb. Yisroel. © 1-28-46 ; 
2c 4-27-46 ; D pub. 2882. 

. 63. My cousin Avigdor. 
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66. Postmaster of Quincy. © 3-4-46 ; 2c 
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67. Pastor of Eindhoven. © Mar. 11, 
1946 ; 2c 4-27-46 ; D pub. 2886. 

68. Moses Mendelssohn. © 3-19-46 ; 2c 
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69. Ransom of Rabbi Meir. © 3-28-46 ; 
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70. My favorite assassin. © 4-3-46 ; 2c 
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71. The great Purim scandal. © 4-18- 
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72. Rachel. © 4-24-46 ; 2c 4-27-46 ; D 
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73. Cow that coughed. © 5-2-46 ; 2c 
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74. Hand of the hunter. © 5-6-46 ; 2c 
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75. Tender grass. © 5-9-46 ; 2c 5-15- 
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76. When I think of Seraye. © 5-14- 
46 ; 2c 5-15-46 ; D pub. 3129. 

82. Hunger. © 6-10-46 ; 2c 10-10-46 ; 
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83. The remarkable adventures of Deu- 
teronomy Katz. © 6-17-46 ; 2c 10-10-46 ; 
D pub. 5253. 

86. To the disinherited. © 7-9-46 ; 2c 

10-10-46 ; D pub. 5255. 
THE ETERNAL song. See Andromedas* 

Nicholas J. The sacred flame. 
ETERNAL surge. See Humphries, Walter 

Valley. 
THE ETERNAL way. See Marie Antoine, 

sist"pr 
ETERNALLY yours. See Kiss, J. Archer. 
EUDEMIA. See Stein, Kenneth E. 
EUREKA. See The Lone Ranger. No. 2056- 

1281. 
EURIPIDES. Medea, freely adapted from 

the Medea of Euripides by Robinson Jeffers. 

New York, Random house [1946] © 4-16- 

46 ; 2c 4-1-46 ; Robinson Jeffers, CarmeL 

Calif., D pub. 2808. 
EURYDICE. See Anouilh, Jean. 
EVACUATION clay. See Follen, Josephine P. 

Laugh and learn. 
EVANS*, MRS. AL. Five minutes forgotten, 

a play in three acts. © lc 8-29-46 ; Mrs. 

Al Evans, Reno, Nev. ; D unp. 5620. 
EVANS, ALFRED, Once upon a time, book 

and lyrics of a romantic fantasy based in 

part upon Hans Andersen's story of The 

nightingale, by Agnes Morgan ; music by 

Alfred Evans. Text and music on separate 

leaves. © lc 10-10-45; Agnes Morgan, 

Millburn, N. J. ; D unp. 1011. 
EVANS, DOROTY GENE GODFREY. 

Family entrance, a play in three acts 

by Gene Evans. © lc 8-6-46 ; Dorothy Gene 

Godfrey Evans, New York ; D unp. 4416. 
Merry Christmas, Elizabeth ; a play in 

three acts by Gene Evans. © lc 11-17-46 ; 

Dorothy Gene Godfrey Evans, New York ; 

D unp. 5981. 
EVANS, ELIZABETH, See Aunt Jenny's 

EVANS, GENE. ' See Evans, Dorothy Gene 
Godfrey. 

EVANS, HOWARD R. Height-ho-the-merry-o, 
a farce in three acts. © lc 11-10-46 ; How- 
ard R. Evans, San Jose, Calif. ; D unp. 5908. 

EVANS, HUGH. Sally and the angel, a new 
comedy in three acts. © lc 8-21-46 ; Hugh 
Evans, Bayside, N. Y. ; D unp. 4657. 

EVANS, MADGE H. Time, the present; a 
play in two acts. © lc 3-19-46 : Madge 
H. Evans, Oakland, N. J. ; D unp. 2165. 

EVANS, MAURICE. G. I. production of 
Hamlet. See Shakespeare, William. Mau- 
rice Evans' G. I. production of Hamlet. 

EVEN as you and I. See Kozlenko, William. 

EVENING in Deadwood. See The Lone 
Ranker. No. 2097-1322. 

EVENING; star. See George, Charles.. 



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EVENING with swans. See Foster, Elma 

Michael Wilkins. 
EVER since Eve. See Johnson, Ermane 

Lowell. 
EVER since Paradise. See Priestley, John 

Boynton. 
EVER the beginning. See Prumbs, Lucille S. 
EVERETT, TOM. See The Shadow, i 
EVERGREENS. See Jam Handy organiza- 
tion, inc. 
EVERLASTING flowers. See Johnson, 

Philip. 
EVERY soldier stands retreat. See Cath- 
cart. William Elliot. 
EVERYBODY pays taxes. See Keeping up 

with the Wigglesworths. No. 60. 
EVERYBODY plays Quizcall ! See Swan, 

Dorothy Anne. 
EVERYDAY miracles. See Wilding picture 

productions, inc. , 

EVERYTHING happens to us. See Griffen, 

Bettv Marguerite. 
EVERTHING'S under control ! See Reich, 

Dore. 
EVIL ansel. See Haussamen, Crane. 
THE EVIL one. See The Lone Ranger 2015- 

1240. \ 

THE EVILS of platonic friendship. See 

Katz, Charles E. 
THE EVOLUTION of the hat. See Halter, 

Eva Franks. 
EWING, ROBERT MARTIN. To what bright 

heaven, a post-war play in three acts, about 

the millions of women who face life without 

men. © lc 9-8-46 ; Robert Martin Ewing, 

Delaware. O. : D unp. 4835. 
EXAMPLES in orchestration. See Lockhart, 

Eunice Ohanin. 
EXAMPLES in sound effects. See Lockhart, 

Eunice Chapin. 
EXCEPT marriasre. See Robertson. Arthur. 
EXCLUSIVE rights. See Hoffmann, John 

Rohert. 
AN EXECUTION for the Cisco Kid. See The 

Cisco Kid. No. 60A. 
THE EXECUTIVE lady. See Crancer, George 

A. 
EXILES decay. See Yates, Herbert Leslie. 
EXITS and entrances. See Hobbs, Stephen 

Bertram. 
EXPANDING energy theorem. See Kendrick, 

Glenn. 
EXPENDITURES on veterans. See Keeping 

nn with the Wigglesworths. No. 35. 
EXPERIMENT in color. See Quinto, Eleanor 

Marie Bear. 
EXPERIMENT in radio. See Norman, John 

David. 
EXPERIMENT number five. -See Brandon, 

Arthur Jay. 
EXPERT evidence. See Pertwee, Roland. 
AN EXPLODING mine for the Cisco Kid. 

See The Cisco Kid. No. 19A. 
EXPLORING THE UNKNOWN. (Radio pro- 
gram) Scripts in this series © St. Georges & 

Keyes, inc.. New York. 

Dec. 2, 1945. The lie detector, bv Kath- 
leen Prindiville. © lc 12-7-45 ; D unp. 662. 
Dec. 16, 1945. Cancer — cause for hope, by 

Hu Chain. © lc 1-2-46 : D unp. 40. 

Dec. 30, 1945. Plastics — nature gone 

modern, bv Peter Harkins. © 12-30-45 ; 

2c 1-17-46 : D pub. 241. 

Jan. 6. 1946. What is the atom? Bv 

Joseph Mindel. © 1-6-46 ; 2c 1-24-46 ; 

D pub. 374. 

Jan. 27. 1946. Hidden hunger, by John 

Byrne. © lc 2-26-46 ; D unp. 861 

Feb. 3. 1946. Pneumonia, by Kathleen 

Prindiville. © lc 2-26-46 : D unp. 862. 
Feb. 10, 1946. The ice-locked lane, by 

Sam Ross. © lc 3-3-46 ; D unp. 906. 

Feb. 17, 1946. The battle that never ends, 

bv Stewart Hawkins. © lc 3-10-46 ; D unp. 

2018. 



Feb. 24, 1946. Windows on the world, by 
Harry Granick. © lc 3-10-46 ; D unp. 2017. 

Mar. 3, 1946. A drink of water, by Peter 
Barry. © lc 3-14-46 ; D unp. 2116. 

Mar. 10, 1946. The invisible detective, 
© lc 3-22-46 ; D unp. 



Nutrition in childbirth, 
© lc 4-24-46 ; D unp. 

The weeping wood, by 
© lc 4-24-46 ; D unp. 



by Peter Harkins. 
2206. 

Mar. 17, 1946. 
by James Ertheim. 
2806. 

Mar. 24, 1946. 
Richard E. Forrest. 
2805. 

Mar. 31, 1946. Epidemics, by Joseph 
Mindel. © lc 4-24-46 ; D unp. 2804. 

Apr. 6, 1946. Psychoanalysis, by Lee 
Schoen. © lc 4-25-46 ; D unp. 3274. 

Apr. 14, 1946. Telephone — the invisible 
messenger, by Paul R. Milton. © lc 4— 
25-46 ; D unp. 2843. 

Apr. 21, 1946. Paul Revere — handyman 
of liberty, by Edward Adamson and Law- 
rence Lader. © lc 5-2-46 ; D unp. 2940. 

Apr. 28, 1946. Diabetes, by Kathleen 
Prindiville. © lc 5-9-46 ; D unp. 3005. 

May 5, 1946. Petroleum — pipeline to 
power, by Joseph Mindel. © lc 5-15-46 ; D 
unp. 3104. 

May 12, 1946. The story of rheumatic 
fever, by Richard Biow. © lc 5-22-46 ; D 
unp. 3245. 

May 17, 1946. A rocket to the moon, by 
Paul Milton. © lc 5-31-46 ; D unp. 3340. 

May 26, 1946. Insulin shock, bv Stead- 
man Coles. © lc 6-12-46 ; D unp. 3546. 

June 2, 1946. Scientific crime detection, 
by Kathleen Prindiville. © lc 6-11-46 ; D 
unp. 3512. 

June 9, 1946. The story of blood, by B. D. 
Kaye. © lc 6-27-46 ; D unp. 3782. 

June 16, 1946. Migraine, by B. D. Kaye. 
© lc 6-27-46 : D unp. 3783. 

June 23, 1946. Television, by Paul 
Milton. © lc 7-9-46 ; D unp. 3909. 

June 30, 1946. The atom bomb ; Bikini, 
by Richard Dana. © lc 7-10-46 ; D unp. 
4005. 

Sept. 8, 1946. The case of the silent noise, 
by Richard Dana. © lc 9-21-46 ; D unp. 
5017. 

Sept. 15, 1946. How not to worry, by 
Paul Milton. © lc 9-21-46 ; D unp. 5018. 

Sept. 22, 1946. Electronic surgery, by A. 
S. Ginnes. © lc 10-17-46 ; D unp. 5510. 

Sept. 29, 1946. The blood that kills, by 
Stanley Niss. © lc 10-17-46 ; D unp. 5509. 

Oct. 6, 1946. The truth serum, by David 
Bublick and Judith Bublick. © lc 11-8-46 ; 
D unp. 5891. 

Oct. 13, 1946. Atomic medicine, by Paul 
Milton. © lc 11-8-46 ; D unp. 5892. 

Oct. 20, 1946. Tomorrow, the moon ; by 
Peter Barry. © lc 11-8-46; D unp. 5893. 

Oct. 20, 1946. Tomorrow, the moon ; by 
Peter Barry. © lc 11-15-46 ; D unp. 6115. 
(Duplicate) 

Oct. 27, 1946. Under the sea, by A. S. 
Ginnes. © lc 11-15-46 ; D unp. 5970. 

Nov. 3, 1946. Can we communicate with 
the dead? By Wentzle Ruml, III. © lc 12- 
5-46 ; D unp. 6437. 

Nov. 10, 1946. The winged killer, by 
Stanley Niss. © lc 12-5-46 ; D unp. 6438. 

Nov. 17, 1946. Sandhog, by A. S. Ginnes. 
© lc 12-5-46 ; D unp. 6439. 
THE EYE of justice. See Skourlas, Tessie J. 
EYRE, . KATHERINE JANE. Spurs for 

Antonia. See Lockhart, Katherine. 
EYRE, LAURENCE. 

Connecticut corsair, a comedy in three 
acts. © lc 8-20-46 ; Laurence Eyre, Ridge- 
field, Conn. ; D unp. 4621. 

Next bench in Central Park, a dramatic 
sketch in one act. © lc 7-26-46 : Laurence 
Eyre, Prout's Neck, Me. ; D unp. 3884. 



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EYRING, HENRY. The time factor in chem- 
istry. See Taylor, Hugh Scott. 



See Wilding picture 



See The Sheriff. 



FABULOUS Field's. 

productions, inc. 
THE FABULOUS trunk. 

No. 69. 
FAQADE. See Williams, Hallam-Keep. 
THE FACE. See Murder at midnight. No. 

50. 
THE FACE of the dragon. See Murder at 

midnight. No. 41. 

FACHEUSE aventure. See Annenkor, 

Georges. 

FACTS about fertilizers. See Jam Handy or- 
ganization, inc. 

FACTS that sell. See Wilding picture pro- 
ductions, inc. 

FADEM, HARRY. Kilroy is back. See Rey- 
nolds. Joseph Maynard. 

THE FAILURE. See Bruce, Stanley. 

FAIR, CHARLES MAITLAND. The magic 
mirror, a comedy drama in three acts. 
© lc 8-25-45 ; Charles Maitland Fair, New 
York : D unp. 609. 

THE FAIR invaders. See Osborn, Marie- 
Louise Montgomery. 

FAIR play. See Allardice, James B. 

FAIRBANKS, WILLIAM F. Lucky birthday 
Audition script by William F. Fairbanks 
and Joseph Ecclesine. © lc 11-29-46 ; 
William F. Fairbanks and Joseph Eccle- 
sine, Sea Cliff. N. Y. ; D unp. 6276. 

FAIRY gifts. See Reisewitz, Ellen Anna. 

A FAIRY prank. See Glassman, Joyce Alice. 

FAIRY tales of fashion. See Clark, Alysia. 

THE FAIRY who judged her neighbors. See 
Reisewitz, Ellen Anna. 

FAITH in the future. See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 

FAITH, let the modest matrons. See Watson, 
Wilfred. 

FALA. See Bucky, Frida Sarsen. 

FALCON fly back. See Piatt, Helen. 

FALL, THOMAS, pseud. See Snow, Donald 
C. 

FALLEN angel. See Lux radio theatre, June 
17, 1946. 

FALLEN angels. See Coward, Noel Pierce. 
Le printemps de la saint Martin. 

FALLER, JAMES. 

The hotheads, a play in three acts, seven 
scenes. © lc 12-8-46 ; James Faller, New 
York ; D unp. 6450. 

Olga, a play in three acts. © lc 2-8-46 ; 
James Faller, New York; D unp. 605. 

FALLIGANT, ANDREE. The dove and the 
branch, a play in three acts. © lc 11— 
24—46 ; Andree Falligant, Houston, Tex. ; 
D unp. 6237. 

FALLON, MICHAEL KENNETH. The Sa- 
maritan, a play in three acts. © lc 9-6-46 ; 
Michael Kenneth Fallon, New Orleans ; D 
unp. 5305. 

FALSE alarm. See Challenge of the Yukon. 
No. 453. 

FALSTAFF. See Flatter, Richard R. 

FALUDI, HENRY F. Die gestohlenen atom- 
bomben. Faludi. A play. 31 leaves. © 
lc 2-4-46 ; Henry F. Faludi, Brooklyn ; D 
unp. 505. 

FAME and fortune. See Todd, Mrs. John. 

FAMILIES, three, and the bound girl. See 
Berry, Henriette Miller. 

THE FAMILY. See Rochna, Frank Joseph. 
See Misrock, Henry R. 
downstairs. See Sanders, 



FAMILY affair. 
THE FAMILY 

Maury. 
FAMILY drama. 
FAMILY entrance. 

Godfrey. 
THE FAMILY fair 



See Dinner, William. 

See Evans, Dorothy Gene 

See Brady, Betty. 



THE FAMILY fool. See Lumb, Geoffrey. 

FAMILY session. See Black, Thomas E. H. 

FAMILY show. See Faricy, George. 

THE FAMILY takes a bride. See Cuttle, 
Evelyn Roeding. 

FAMOUS first nights. See Young and Shu- 
bert, inc. 

FAMOUS murder and crime trials. See 
Sharkey, Rita. The trial of John Corwin. 

FAN TAN GUM CORPORATION. Fan Tan 
twins say. See Land, Herman W. 

FAN Tan twins say. See Land, Herman W. 

FANFARE. See Lee, Rowland V. 

FANNY Kemble. See Boyd, Caroline, 

FANTASY, the Princess and the willow tree. 
See Mayer, Natalie. 

THE FAR-DISTANT shore. See Finch, Rob- 
ert. 

FAR horizon. See Bain, K. Marjorie. 

THE FAR western states. See Encyclopaedia 
britannica films, inc. 

FARABOUGH, ALMA JEAN. Hero trouble, 
a play in one act by Jean Farabough. © 
lc 2-1-46 ; Alma Jean Farabough ; New 
York : D unp. 492. 

FARABOUGH, JEAN. See Farabough, Alma 
Jean. 

FARAH, THEODORE. Irish legend, a play 
in three acts by Ted Farah. © lc 7-12-46 ; 
Theodore Farah, Baltimore ; D unp. 4019. 

FARESE, BIAGIO. Montana settlers, a rus- 
tic tflrama in three acts. © lc 1-23-46 ; 
Biagio Farese, Brooklyn ; D unp. 379. 

FAREWELL, character. See Joyce, Jack. 

FAREWELLS should be sudden. See Fayant, 
Frank. 

FARICY, GEORGE. Family show, a play in 
three acts. © lc 3-13-46 ; George Faricy, 
New York ; D unp. 2107. 

FARKAS, KARL. 

Puppets of fate. See Stolz, Robert. 
Yours is my heart. See Sokolove, Benja- 
min Lawrence. 

THE FAUM front. See Battles, Roy. 

FARM loans under the GI bill of rights. See 
Keeping up with the Wigglesworths. No. 
59. 

FARMER, MALVIN, pseud. See Grossman, 
Abraham. 

THE FARMER as a prospect. See Vocafllm 
corporation. 

FARMERS' interest in foreign markets. See 
Keeping up with the Wigglesworths. No. 
47. 

FARQUHAR. JOSEPHINE. The monkey's 
tale. See Stiner, Ruth. 

FARRAND. NOEL EDWARD. The great 
American, by Noel Farrand and Warren Le 
Mon. A play in two acts, with music. 
© lc 9-14-46 ; Noel Edward Farrand, Roch- 
ester, N. Y., and Warren Jas. Le Mon, 
Mount Vernon, N. Y. ; D unp. 4897. 

FARRAR, JOSE, pseud. See Ferraro, Joseph. 

FARRIS, CAMPBELL JAMES. 

After all, a play in twenty-six acts. © 
lc 4-12-46 ; Campbell James Farris, Jack- 
sonville, Fla. ; D unp. 2558. 

Brothers' love, a play in 12 acts. © lc 
8-7-46 ; Campbell J. Farris, Jacksonville, 
Fla. : D unp. 4430. 

FARTHING, FREDA. A time to be foolish. 
See Morawetz, Gertrud. 

FASANO, HARRIET WALKER. Home vari- 
eties. Radio script, Nov. 5, 1946. © lc 
11-14-46 ; Harriet Walker Brubaker Fa- 
sano. Omaha ; D unp. 6543. 

FASHIONS for .Americans. See Wilding 
picture productions, inc. 

FASHIONS, now and then. See Clark, Alysia. 
Alysia Clark's fashion cast. 

FATAL interruption. See Murder at mid- 
night. No. 33. 

THE FATAL weakness. See Kelly, George 
Edward. 

FATE. See Vernon, William Ward. 



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A FATE worse than death. See: 

Webb, Morley. The lost brother. 
Weed, Dunstan. 
FATHER Christmas. See Knight, J. Stephen. 
FATHER Donovan. See Challenge of the 

Yukon. No. 407. 
FATHER was president. See Wald, Malvin. 
FATHER'S in limbo. See Baird, Arthur. 
FATHER'S reward. See The Lone Ranger. 

No. 2059-1284. 
FAUCHOIS, RENE. 

"Casimir" ; ou, Le g6nie de la Bastille. 
Comedie en 5 actes. © lc 10-30-45 ; Rene" 
Fauchois, Paris ; D unp. 631. 

Quand le diable y serait, come'die en trois 
actes. © lc 5-8-46 ; Ren6 Fauchois, Paris ; 
D unp. 4190. 

Vitrail ; un acte. Paris, Lieutier, 1944. 
28 p. 19 cm. © 12-30-44; lc 10-30-45; 
Rene" Fauchois, Paris ; D pub. 646. 
FAULKNER, ANNE I. 

Forest patrol, radio adaptation by Nancy 
Faulkner of the book of that title by Jim 
Kjelgaard. (Books bring adventure) © lc 
9-25-46 ; Anne I. Faulkner, New York ; D 
unp. 5071. 

Hidden treasure of Glaston, by Nancy 

Faulkner ; dramatic adaptation for radio of 

the book of that title by Eleanor M. Jewett. 

(Books bring adventure) © lc 9-25-46 ; 

Anne I. Faulkner, New York ; D unp. 5069. 

The middle button, by Nancy Faulkner ; 

dramatic adaptation for radio of the book 

of that tile by Kathryn Worth. (Books 

bring adventure) © lc 9-25-46 ; Anne I. 

Faulkner, New York ; D unp. 5067. 

FAULKNER, NANCY. See Faulkner, Anne I. 

FAUST, ESTHER. Once in a blue moon, a 

laugh-explosive farce in three acts, by 

Esther Faust. New York, French; [etc.] 

cl946. 105 p. diagr. 18i cm . © 4-24-46 ; 

2c 6-23-46 ; Samuel French, New York ; D 

pub. 3710. 

LA FAUTEUIL Voltaire. See Montazel, 

Pierre. 
A FAVOR for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 

Kid. No. 59A. 
FAY, MARY HELEN. The big two. See 

Bush-Fekete, Leslie. 
FAYANT, FRANK H. Farewells should be 
sudden, a romantic drama in three acts. 
© lc 11-18-46; Frank H. Fayant, Fort 
Plain, N. Y. ; D unp. 6012. 
FEAR. See The Lone Ranger. No. 2078- 

1303. 
FEATHERWEIGHTS and featherbrains. See 

Sands, Alan S. 
FEATURE assignment. See Sloan, Allen. 

THE FEDERATION OF CERCLES LACOR- 
DAIRE AND STE. JEANNE D'ARC, INC. 

Les sans-dieu. See Vekeman, Victor., 
Le triomphe de Baptiste. See Vekeman, 
Victor. 

FEDERICA and Puck. See Chiaroni, Barbara 
Federica. 

FEE-FAW-FUM. See Judell, Kurt Felix. 

THE FEELING grows. See Heaney, Paul 
Gerard. 

FEENEY, GEORGE T. Assassination by 
radio-waves, a skit by George Tiffany. © 
lc 7-31-45 ; George T. Feeney, Los Angeles ; 
C 761. 

FEET in the air. See Freed, Frederick August. 

FEET, seconds — and blood. See Crutchfield, 
Les M. 

FEILBERT, EDWARD A. The bunny beat. 
See Green, E. Mawby. 

FEINBERG, MORTON C. Nature crescent, 
a three-act play. © lc 3-9-46 ; Morton C. 
Feinberg, New York ; D unp. 2021. 

FEINS, BERNARD. 

Alaskan bush pilot, a radio play by Bern- 
ard Feins and Harold Franklin. (Cavalcade 
of America, Mar. 18, 1946.) © lc 6-11-46 ; 



E. I. du Pont de Nemours & co., Wilming- 
ton, Del. ; D unp. 3510. 

Direction home. See Hughes, Russell. 
The story of the tremendous trifle, a radio 

play. (Cavalcade of America, Mar. 4, 1946) 

© lc 6-11-46 ; E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 

co., Wilmington, Del. ; D unp. 3508. 
FEITH, ERWIN PETER. 

Power was given them ; or, The worm 

turns ; or, Murder for peace ; or, Nie wieder 

krieg. A play in three acts. © lc 3-1-46 ; 

Erwin Peter Feith, Elmhurst, N. Y .; D unp. 

968. 

Sauerkraut-seeds ; or, Fix that crack ; or. 

Mixed marriage ; or, Love on a porch ; or, 

What's in a name ? A comedy in three acts. 

© lc 3-1-46 ; Erwin Peter Feith, Elmhurst, 

N. Y. ; D unp. 967. 
FEKETE, LESLIE BUSH- See Bush-Fekete, 

Leslie. 
FELD, OLGA CAROLYN. 

The blind man, an original one-act drama 

by Scott Nelson [pseud.] © lc 8-30-46; 

Olga Carolyn Feld, Indianapolis ; D unp. 

4744. 

Vice-versa, a comedy in three acts by Scott 

Nelson [pseud.] © lc 7-13-46; Olga 

Carolyn Feld, Indianapolis; D unp. 4016. 
FELD, ROSE C Oh, promise me, a play in 

three acts by Rose C. Feld and Anne V. 

Masters [pseud.] © lc 8-7-46; Rose C. 

Feld and Anita E. Viemeister, Newton, 

Conn. ; D unp. 5239. 
FELDMAN, JERRY. Listen to Skeets. See 

Eisenbach, Robert. 
FELDMAN, MILTON J. What's become of 

. . . See Clarke, Enid Hager. 
FELIX, KARYL. A few easy lessons. See 

Richards, Harriet. 

FELSEN, GREGOR. See Felsen, Henry 
Gregor. 

FELSEN, HENRY GREGOR. Struggle is our 
brother. See Piatt, Helen. 

LA FEMME du boulanger. See Pagnol, 
Marcel. 

UNE FEMME par jour. See Veber, Serge. 

LA FEMME punie. See Haurigot, Paul. 
Theatre t 2 

FENIGSON, PHILIP. The coffee grinder, a 
two act play in a prologue and eight scenes. 
© lc 3-31-46 ; Philip Fenigson, Passaic, 
N. J. ; D unp. 2339. 

FENN, WALLACE OSGOOD. The muscle 
machinery. New York Philharmonic-sym- 
phony intermission feature. Broadcast, Feb. 
3, 1946. © lc 2-20-46 ; United States rub- 
ber co., New York ; C 267. 

FENTON, CHARLES. Members only, a play 
in three acts. © lc 4-11-46 ; Charles Fen- 
ton. Norwalk, Conn. ; D unp. 2532. 

FERBER, EDNA. The land is bright, play in 
three acts by Edna Ferber and George S. 
Kaufman. Acting edition. [New York] 
Dramatists play service [1946] 86 p. 19 
cm. © 10-11-46 ; 2c 10-20-46 ; Edna Fer- 
ber, Easton, Conn., and George S. Kaufman, 
New York ; new matter : revisions ; D pub. 
5665. Prev. reg. under title, Three acts, 
6-19-41 ; D unp. 75338 ; the Land is bright, 
12-17-41 ; D pub. 78885. 

FERBER, STANLY. A nice place to visit. 
See Kadison, Philip. 

FERGUSON, COURTLAND D. Equitable 
trust company. Radio script 1—5. © lc 
each 11-23-45 ; Courtland D. Ferguson, 
inc., Washington : C 32-36. 

FERGUSON (COURTLAND D.) inc. See 
Ferguson, Courtland D. 

FERGUSON, WILLIAM B. Too much plum 
pudding, a short play for children. A farce 
in three acts. 10 p. 28 cm. © 11-7-45 ; 
2c 11-9-45 ; William B. Ferguson, New- 
burgh. N. Y. : D pub. 8. 

FERGUSON, WILLIAM IRWIN. The sev- 
enth mystery : War, why must it be ? Ad- 



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dress. © 4 lc 6-24-46 ; William Irwin Fer- 
guson, Berkeley, Calif. ; C 520. 
FERGUSSON, FRANCIS. Penelope ; or, The 
return. Dramatization in one act based on 
The Qdyssey. © lc 10-14-46 ; Francis Fer- 
gusson, Bennington, Vt. ; D imp. 5876. 
FERIENKIND. See Raff, Friedrich. 
FERNALD, ALAN R. 

Cleanliness and sanitation. Produced for 
the Ice cream merchandising institute, 
Washington, D. C. Master recording script, 
Jan. 23, 1946. (Spotlite on you series, 
no. 2) © lc 2-1-46 ; Ice cream merchan- 
dising institute, Washington ; C 114. 

Dispenser techniques. Produced for the 
Ice cream merchandising institute, Wash- 
ington, D. C. Master recording script, Jan. 
18, 1946. (Spotlite on you series, no. 3) 
© lc 2—1—46 ; Ice cream merchandising in- 
stitute, Washington ; C 115. 

The know how. Produced for the Ice 
cream merchandising institute, Washing- 
ton, D. C. Master recording script, Jan. 
16, 1946. (Spotlite on you series, no. 4) 
© lc 2—1-46 : Ice cream merchandising 
institute, Washington ; C 116. 

Merchandising sells ice cream. Pro- 
duced for the Ice cream merchandising in- 
stitute, Washington, D. C. Master record- 
ing script, Jan. 16, 1945. (Spotlite on you 
series, no. 5) © lc 2—1—46 : Ice cream 
merchandising institute, Washington ; C 
117. 

Prelude to service. Produced for the Ice 
cream merchandising institute, Washington, 
D. C. Master recording script, January 8, 
1946. (Spotlite on you series, no. 1) © 
lc 2-1-46, Ice cream merchandising insti- 
tute, Washington ; C 113. 
FERNAND, ROLAND F. 

The clue of the red ribbon, a three-act 
comedy for teen-age girls, by Robert Forbes 
[pseud.] Chicago, Dramatic publishing 
co [1946] 64 p. diagrs. 18% cm. 
© 10-10-46 : 2c 10-13-46 ; Dramatic pub- 
lishing co., Chicago ; D pub. 5357. 

The would-be gentleman [a play in three 
acts] arranged and adapted from Moliere's 
Le bourgeois gentilhomme, by Roland Fer- 
nand. Chicago, Dramatic publishing co. 
[1946] 88 p. diagrs. 18% cm. 
"Director's manual for 'The would-be gen- 
tleman' " : p. [731-88. 

© 9-14-46 : 2c 9-26-46 : Roland F. Fer- 
nand, Chicago : D pub. 5114. Manual © 
new matter. 9-14-46 : 2c 9-26-46 ; Dra- 
matic publishing: co., Chicago ; D pub. 5115. 
FERRARO, JOSEPH. Jenny, a new operetta 
in three acts by Joseph Y. Israel ; music by 
Jose Farrar [pseud.] © lc 11-26-46; 
Joseph Y. Israel and Joseph Ferraro, New 
York : D unp. 1129. 
FERRIN, F. W., d.b.a. F. W. Ferrin company. 

See Ferrin (F. W.) company. 
FERRIN (F. W.) COMPANY. See Phone 

aeain Finnegan. 
FETCH your favorite record. See Twyman, 

Harvey Louis. 
A FEUD for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 

Kid. No. 62A. 
A FEW easy lessons. See Richards, Harriet. 
FIBBER MCGEE AND MOLLY. (Radio pro- 
gram) Scripts in this series are by Don 
Quinn and Phil Leslie. © S. C. Johnson & 
son, inc., Racine, Wis. 

9-20. Broadcast Nov. 27, 1945-Feb. 12, 
1946. © lc each 2-23-46 : D unp. 820-831. 
21. Broadcast Feb. 19, 1946. © lc 3-3- 
46 : D unp. 920. 

22-24. Broadcast Feb. 26-Mar. 12. 1946. 
<© lc each 3-29-46 ; D unp. 2292-2294. 

25-27. Broadcast Mar. 19-Apr. 2, 1946. 
© lc each 4-22-46 ; D unp. 2684-2686. 

28-31. Broadcast Apr. 9-30, 1946. © lc 
each 5-14-46 ; D unp. 3052-3055. 



32-34. Broadcast May 7-21, 1946. © lc 

each 6-11-46 ; D unp. 3520-3522. 

35-37. Broadcast May 28-.7une 11, 1946. 

© lc each 7-12-46 ; D unp. 3999-4001. 
1. Broadcast Oct. 1, 1946. © lc 10-14- 

46 ; D unp. 5422. 

2-5. Broadcast Oct. 8-29, 1946. © lc 

each 11-7-46 ; D unp. 5866-5869. 

6-8. Broadcast Nov. 5-19, 1946. © lc 

each 12-2-46 ; D unp. 6373-6375. 
FICHANDLER, LEAH. The weather man, 

a dramatic script in 12 scenes by Leah Gale 

[pseud.] © lc 7-10-46 ; Leah Fichandler, 

Brooklyn ' D unp. 3990. 
FIDDLER'S green. See Roarers, Harold L. 
FIDELIO. See Kahan, J. H. 
FIDELMAN, GERTRUDE. Christmas plays 

and rhymes for very young children. 14 

leaves. © lc 9-19-46 ; Gertrude Fidelman, 

New York : D unp. 5945. 
FIELD, ANATOLE. Fire in the flint, a play 

in three acts. © 3c 3-17-46 ; Anatole Field, 

New York : D unp. 2134. 
FIELD, ERNEST ROBERT. Cycle, an origi- 
nal play in three acts. © lc 4-20-46 ; 

Ernest Robert Field, Forest Hills, N. Y. ; 

D unp. 2729. 
FIELD, PAUL. Union station, a comedy in 

three acts. © lc 8-1-46 ; Paul Field, Point 

Washington, N. Y. ; D unp. 4341. 
FIELD, SYDNEY. The Arabian knight. See 

Spiegel, J. J. 
FIELD Marshal Kutuzov. See Solov'ev, 

Vladimir Sergeevich. 
FIELDS, JOSEPH. The French touch. Play 

in two acts by Joseph Fields and Jerome 

Chodorov. [New York] Dramatists play 

service [1946] 76 p. front. 19% cm. 

© 7-3-46 : 2c 7-12-46 ; Joseph Fields and 

Jerome Chodorov, Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 

new matter : additions and changes in text ; 

D pub. 4151. Prev. reg. A comedy Fran- 

caise, 12-9-44 ; D unp. 91558. 
FIERY furnace. See Murdock, Edith A. 
THE FIFER. See Guild, Helene Heathcote. 

Children in art. 
FIFTEEN studies in crime. See Burns, Fred 

H. 
THE FIFTH freedom. See Sullivan, John 

Walter. 
THE FIFTH gospel. See Rubinstein, Harold 

Frederick 
FIFTY CLUB. See Lyons, Ruth. 
FIFTY stories in five minutes. See Furber, 

Douglas. My longest runs and greatest suc- 
cesses. 
FIGHTER pirates incorporated. See Abram- 

son, George. 
FIGHTING Meg Farrelly. See The Sheriff. 

No. 77. 
FIGHTING men. See The Lone Ranger. No. 

2060-1285. 
FIGHTING SENATOR. (Radio program) 

Programs in this series. © Louis G. Cowan 

inc., New York. 

1. Broadcast July 20, 1946. Mental hos- 
pitals, by Joseph Ruscoll, Irene Winston, 
and Lawrence Menkin. © lc 8-7-46 ; D 
unp. 4431. 

2. Broadcast Aug. 5, 1946. By Arnold 
Perl. © lc 8-7-46 ; D unp. 4432. 

3. Broadcast Aug. 12, 1946. Free elec- 
tions, by Arnold Perl. © lc 8-13 — 46 ; D 
unp. 4512. 

4. Broadcast Aug. 19, 1946. By Irene 
Winston. © lc 8-20-46; D unp. 4610. 

5. Broadcast Aug. 26, 1946. Marijuana, 
by Arnold Perl. © lc 8-27-46 ; D unp. 4713. 

6. Broadcast Sept. 2, 1946. By Alton 
Alexander and William Kendall Clarke. © 
lc 9-4-46 ; D unp. 4783. 

7. Broadcast Sept. 9, 1946. War profit- 
eering, by Joseph Ruscoll. © lc 9-10-46 ; 
D unp. 4862. 



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FIGHTING SENATOR — Con. 

8. Broadcast Sept. 16, 1946. Juvenile 
delinquency, by Arnold Perl. © lc 9-18-46 ; 
D unp. 4974. 

9. Broadcast Sept. 23, 1946. Black mar- 
ket automobiles, by Joseph Ruscoll. © lc 
9-25-46 ; D unp. 5036. 

FIGHTING wages for the Cisco Kid. See 

The Cisco Kid. No. 105A. 
FIGURE on the photograph. See The Green 

Hornet. No. 751. 
FILIPPO, EDUARDO DE. 

Napoli milionaria ; tre atti. © lc 4-19— 

46 ; Eduardo de Filippo, Rome ; D unp. 6270. 
Questi fantasmi, apparizioni raccapricci- 

anti in tre atti. © lc 5-19-46 ; Eduardo de 

Filippo, Rome ; D unp. 3757. 
FILLER, Agnes Emberson. One summer at 

the San Juan, a comedy in three acts. © 

lc 5-6-46 ; Agnes Emberson Filler, Dickin- 
son, N. D. ; D unp. 2908. 
FILLION. See Delage, Jean. 
THE FILLY from Flatbush. See Holm, John 

Cecil. 
FINCH, ROBERT. 

The far-distant shore [a play in one act] 

by Robert Finch and Betty Smith. (In 

The best one-act plays of 1945. New York, 

Dodd, Mead, 1946. 21 cm. p. [295J-309) 

© 6-18-46; 2c 9-12-46; Samuel French, 

New York ; D pub. 5491. 

Story of Nancy. [a play in 15 scenes]. 

New York, Play club, n946. 68 p. 19 cm. 

© 11-19-46 ; 2c 11-28-46 ; Play club, New 

York ; D pub. 6287. 
FINCH, ROBERT VORIS. 

The day they all come back, a play in one 

act. © lc 8-29-46 ; Robert V. Finch, Dillon, 

Mont. ; D unp. 4737. 

Gone today, a comedy in one act. © lc 

8-29-46 ; Robert Voris Finch, Dillon, Mont. ; 

D unp. 4736. 

The invaders, a play in three acts. © lc 

8-29-46 ; Robert Voris Finch, Dillon, Mont. ; 

D unp. 4734. 

The old grad, a play in one act. © lc 

8-29-46 ; Robert Voris Finch, Dillon, Mont. ; 

D unp. 4735. 

Rodeo, a play in one act. © lc 8-29-46 ; 

Robert Voris Finch, Dillon, Mont. ; D unp. 

4733. 
FIND the blonde. See Taylor, William Edwin. 
FINDERS keepers, losers weepers. See Victor, 

Ervin. 
FINELINE — right line! See Jam Handy 

organization, inc. 
FINESSING the knave. See Melford, Austin. 

Your face is familiar and other sketches. 
THE FINGER tip. See Rowe, Harvey J. 
THE FINISHING touch. See Raddock, 

Charles. 
FINKE, JACQUES ANSON. The yellow 

streak. See Pelletier, Louis. 
FINKELSTEIN, CELIA. The lost soul, a play 

in four acts. © lc 4-22-46 ; Celia Finkel- 

stein, Keene, N. H. ; D unp. 2819. 
FINTEL, FRANCES. Modern miss. Radio 

script. © lc 5-3-46 ; Frances Fintel, Yonk- 

ers, N. Y. ; D unp. 2988. 
FIRE. See Steinhardt, Herschel Samuel. 
THE FIRE and the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 

Kid. No. 34A. 
THE FIRE god. See The Lone Ranger. No. 

2011-1236. 
FIRE in the flint. See Field, Anatole. 
A FIRE in the night. See Vendelly Carol 

Jean. 
FIRE is your responsibility. See Lurvey, 

Diana I. 
THE FIRES of spring. See Reach, James. 
FIRESTONE, MURRAY. As is, is not; a 

comedy in three acts. © lc 2-15-46 ; Mur- 
ray Firestone, New York ; D unp. 713. 
FIRST class passage. See Halevy, Irving. 
THE FIRST degree. See Beal, William Allen. 



THE FIRST 50 years. See Wilding picture 

productions, inc. 
FIRST formal. See Mahler, Pauline Koner. 
FIRST in heart. See Smith, Betty. 
FIRST NIGHTER. (Radio program) Radio 
plays in this series © Campana sales com- 
pany, Batavia, 111. 

Dec. 15, 1945. Call the manager, by Joe 
Grenzeback. © lc 1-6-46 ; D unp. 109. 

Dec. 29, 1945. A nickel's worth of dia- 
monds, by Charles F. Wilde. © lc 1-6-46 ; 
D unp. 110. 

Jan. 5, 1946. Since I was six, by Gerry 
Day. © lc 1-13-46 ; D unp. 185. 

Jan. 12, 1946. Blue pencil for love, by 
Martin Ryerson. © lc 1-20-46 ; D unp. 261. 

Jan. 19, 1946. Birthday party, by Vir- 
ginia Safford Lynn. © lc 4-15-46; D 
436. 

Jan. 26. 1946. Horses don't lie, by Mar- 
tin Ryerson. © lc 2-3-46 ; D unp. 514. 

Feb. 2, 1946. The dark star, by Robert 
Hartman. © lc 2-10-46 ; D unp. 686. 

Feb. 9, 1946. The better half, by Virginia 
SaffoM Lynn. © lc 2-20-46; D unp. 760. 

Feb. 16, 1946. No island paradise, by 
Floyd Miller. © lc 2-23-46 ; D unp. 835. 

Mar. 2, 1946. One night in Brooklyn, by 
Martin Ryerson. © lc 3-9-46 ; D unp. 2000. 

Mar. 16, 1946. Doubt, by Anthony 
Wayne. © lc 3-24-46 ; D unp. 2253. 

Mar. 23, 1946. A reasonable facsimile, 
by Virginia Safford Lynn. © lc 4-5-46 ; 
D unp. 2437. 

Mar. 30, 1946. Tempest in Dublin, by 
Peggy Blake. © lc 4-7-46 ; D unp. 2509. 

Apr. 6, 1946. Separation center, by Vir- 
ginia Spafford Lynn. © lc 4-15-46 ; D 
unp. 2675. 

Apr. 13, 1946. The devil chimneys, by 
Robert Hartman. © lc 4-20-46 ; D unp. 
2732. 
FIRST on the record. See Smith, Robert. 

Your record round-up. 
FIRST the bridle. See Graves, Nancy Cush- 

man. 
FISH and visitors. See Dunn, Elizabeth. 
FISHBURN, ALAN M. 

Wait for lady. Radio script. © lc 8-18- 
46; Alan M. Fishburn, Chicago; D unp. 
4611. 

Wish I might. See Houston, Kenneth. 
FISHER, AILEEN. All set for Christmas, 
a one-act Christmas play for intermediate 
grades. Evanston, 111. Row, Peterson ; 
[etc.. 1946] 24 p. 20% cm. © 10-2-46; 
2c 10-13-46 ; Row, Peterson & co., Evan- 
ston, 111. ; D pub. 5487. 
FISHER, ARTHUR JOHN. The desert ca- 
nary, a dramatic composition. 29 leaves. 
© lc 8-6-46 ; Arthur J. Fisher, Wildwood, 
N. J. ; D unp. 4475. 
FISHER, HELEN. Child of 1945. See BeneS, 

K. J. 
FISHIN'. See Manning, Landon Carter, jr. 
FISHING AND HUNTING CLUB OF THE 
AIR. (Radio program) Programs in this 
serigs are by Walker and Downing, general 
agency. © Walker & Downing, general 
agency, Pittsburgh. 

24. Broadcast Dec. 5, 1945. © lc 12- 
29—45 • C 5 

25. Broadcast Dec. 12, 1945. © lc 1-7- 
46 ; C 46, 

26. Broadcast Dec. 19, 1945. © lc 1- 
17-46; C 83. 

27. Broadcast Dec. 26, 1945. © lc 1-23- 
46 ; C 98. 

28. Broadcast Jan. 2, 1946. © lc 1-29- 
46; C 111. 

29. Broadcast Jan. 9, 1946. © lc 2-7- 
46; C 143. 

30. Broadcast Jan. 16, 1946. © lc 2- 
19-46; C 196. 



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31. Broadcast Jan. 23, 1946. © lc 2- 
23-46 : C 212. 

32. Broadcast Jan. 30, 1946. © lc 3- 
1-46 ; C 220. 

33. Broadcast Feb. 6, 1946. © lc 3- 
8-46; C 255. 

34. Broadcast Feb. 13, 1946. © lc 3- 
22-46 : C 290. 

35. Broadcast Feb. 20, 1946. © lc 3- 
29—46 • C 309 

36. Broadcast Feb. 27, 1946. © lc 4- 
10-46; C 358. 

37. Broadcast Mar. 6. 1946. © lc 4- 
26-46 ; C 391. 

38. Broadcast Mar. 13, 1946. © lc 5- 
8-46 ; C 418. 

39. Broadcast Mar. 20, 1946. © lc 5- 
29-46 ; C 458. 

40. Broadcast Mar. 27, 1946. © lc 5- 
14-46; C 430. 

41. Broadcast Apr. 3, 1946. © lc 5- 
23-46 : C 450. 

42. Broadcast Apr. 10, 1946. © lc 6- 
5-46 ; C 469. 

43. Broadcast Apr. 17, 1946. © lc 6- 
12-46 ; C 486. 

44. Broadcast Apr. 24, 1946. © lc 6- 
26-46; C 527. 

45. Broadcast May 1, 1946. © lc 7- 
3-46 ; C 573. 

46. Broadcast May 8, 1946. © lc 7- 
10-46 ; C 578. 

47. Broadcast May 15, 1946. © lc' 8- 
6-46 ; C 620. 

48. Broadcast May 22, 1946. © lc 7-12- 
46; C 577. 

49. Broadcast May 29, 1946. © lc 8-13- 
46 ; C 633. 

50. Broadcast June 5, 1946. © lc 8-27- 
46; C 650. 

51. Broadcast June 12, 1946. © lc 9-6- 
46; C 663. 

52. Broadcast June 19, 1946. © lc 9-12- 
46 : C 683. 

53. Broadcast June 26, 1946. © lc 9-17- 
46 ; C 688. 

54. Broadcast July 3, 1946. © lc 9-22- 
46 ; C 704. 

55. Broadcast July 10, 1946. © lc 10-4- 
46 ; C 724. 

56. Broadcast July 17, 1946. © lc 10-13- 
46 : C 753 

57. Broadcast July 24, 1946. © lc 10-23- 
46 ; C 790. 

58. Broadcast July 31, 1946. © lc 10-26- 
46 ; C 799. 

59. Broadcast Aug. 7, 1946. © lc 1^-31- 
46 ; C 803. 

60. Broadcast Aug. 14, 1946. © lc 11-5- 
46 ; C 816. 

61. Broadcast Aug. 21, 1946. © lc 11-17- 
46; C 873. 

62. Broadcast Aug. 28, 1946. © lc 11- 
19-46 ; C 874. 

63. Broadcast Sept. 4, 1946. © lc 11-21- 
46 * C 882 

64. Broadcast Sept. 11, 1946. © lc 12-4- 
46 ' C 954 

65. Broadcast Sept. 18, 1946. © lc 12-8- 
46 ; C 967. 

FISK, HOWARD WALTER. Straw hat, a 
comedy in three acts, by Walt Fisk and 
Charles Saxtoh. © lc 5-17-46 ; Howard 
Walter Fisk, Los Angeles ; D unp. 3167. 

FISK, RUTH. Maid-to-order. See Buelow, 
Leola. 

FISK, WALT. See Fisk, Howard Walter. 

FISKE, IRVING. The atomic man, a modern 
comedy in three acts. © lc 6-25-46 ; Irving 
Fiske, New York ; D unp. 3697. 

A FITTING memorial for Loudoun county. 
See Fletcher, Nellie O. 

FITZGERALD, BURDETTE SPENCER. Not 
without love, a drama in three acts by 



Burdette Spencer. © lc 1-22-46 ; Burdette 
Spencer, Berkeley, Calif. ; D unp. 295. 

F1TZGIBBON, RUTH. 

Tbe dreamers, a play in three acts. © lc 
8-2-46 ; Ruth Fitzgibbon, New York ; D 
unp. 4434. 

The last man on earth, a comedy in seven 
scenes. © lc 2-9-46 ; Ruth Fitzgibbon, New 
York ; D unp. 612. 

THE FIVE-CENT drink. See Jam Handy 
organization, inc. 

FIVE dollar bill. See The Lone Ranger. 
No. 2140-1365. 

FIVE minutes forgotten. See Evans, Al, Mrs. 

THE FIVES. See Carren, Henni. 

FIX that crack. See Feith, Erwin Peter, 
Sauerkraut-seeds. 

FLACCUS, KIMBALL. Knock on wood, an 
original choric verse play. © lc 1-16-46 ; 
Kimbal Flaccus, New York ; new matter ; 
revision ; D unp. 217. Prev. reg. 11-17-42, 
D imp. 82752 ; 2-16-43, D unp. 83584. 

A FLAG is born. See Hecht, Ben. 

A FLAME for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 
Kid. No. 3A. 

FLAMES of freedom. See Govans players. 

THE FLAMES that were Lydia. See Nesnow, 
Doris Sorell. 

THE FLAMING sword. See Vale, Eugene. 

FLASH. See Challenge of the Yukon. No. 
439 

FLATOW, NORMAN. Some day I'll be king, 
a play in three acts. © lc 10-7-46 ; Norman 
Flatow, New York ; new matter : revisions ; 
D unp. 5428. Prev. reg. 9-25-45 ; D unp. 
95222. 

FLATTER, RICHARD R. Falstaff ; an adapta- 
tion by Richard R. Flatter, of King Henry 
IV, by Shakespeare. In 14 scenes. © lc 
11-26-45 ; Joseph Weinberger, ltd., London ; 
D unp. 703. 

FLEMING, JAMES FRANCIS. Your family 
question bee. Radio script. © lc 7—30—46 ; 
James Francis Fleming, Brooklyn ; D unp. 
4317. 

FLEMING, JOHN. Miss United Nations. 
Radio program no. 1. The search for Miss 
United Nations commences in Brazil. © lc 
5-4-46 ; John Fleming, Elmhurst, N. Y. ; D 
unp. 2894. 

FLESCHER, JOACHIM. The right to forget, 
a play in three acts by J. Schrager, [pseud.] 
© lc 11-21-46 ; Joachim Flescher, Rome ; 
D unp. 6494. 

FLETCHER, FRED F. Lone Star. See Wick, 
Otto. 

FLETCHER, HARVEY. The science of hear- 
ing. New York Philharmonic-symphony in- 
termission feature. Broadcast Oct. 6, 1946. 
© lc 11-7-46 ; United States rubber co., 
New York; C 891. 

FLETCHER, NELLIE O. 

A community center ,a recreational center, 
a perpetual monument. Speech and paper 
read before the Loudoun county Board of 
supervisors at Leesburg, Virginia, Sept. 25, 
1944. © lc 12-27-46 ; Nellie O. Fletcher, 
Leesburg, Va. ; C 1017. 

A fitting memorial for Loudoun county. 
Address. © lc 12-27-46 ; Nellie O. 
Fletcher, Leesburg, Va. ; C 1019. 

A living, pulsating factor for Loudoun 
county and the state of Virginia, an educa- 
tional recreational center. Speech before 
the Loudoun county Board of supervisors, 
Mar. 4, 1946. © lc 12-27-46 ; Nellie O. 
Fletcher, Leesburg, Va. ; C 1020. 

Luxury tax plan, talk before the Loudoun 
county Board of supervisors, Mar. 1, 1945 
© lc 12-27-46 ; Nellie O. Fletcher, Lees- 
burg, Va. ; C 1018. 

FLEXIBLE farming with the Ferguson sys- 
tem. See Wilding picture productions, inc. 



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FLIEGERS. SERGEI. Sergei Fliegers' Private 
line to Washington. Radio script. © lc 
4-18-46; Sergei Fliegers, Washington; D 
unp. 2674. 

THE FLIES. See Sartre, Jean Paul. 

THE FLIGHT of the swallows. See Ser- 
vantzdiantz, Vagharshag M. 

FLOOR below. See Cassvan, Max. 

FLORY, JOHN. 

The Graybar team, Narration for slidefllm 
for Graybar electric company, inc. ; pro- 
duced and directed by John Flory ; written 
by Lewis Llewellyn. © lc 11-7-46; Gray- 
bar electric co., inc., New York ; C 929. 
The vote. See Coldwell, Katherine. 

FLOW gently, sweet Afton. See Anderson, 
Hugh Abercrombie. 

THE FLOWERING plum. See Hogan, Pen- 
dleton. 

FLOWERS of the rock. See Follen, Josephine 
P. Laugh and learn. 

DER FLUCHTLING. See Hochwalder, Fritz. 

THE FLUTE with the double face. See 
House of mystery, Feb. 16, 1946. 

FLY away birdie. See Pertwee, Roland. 

THE FLYING bookshelf. See Hill, Catherine 
The cedar deer. 

FLYING clipper holiday. See Woodward, 
Marion Leslie. 

FLYING fox. See Cheney, Warren DeWitt. 

THE FLYING legion. See Maley, Bob. 

FLYING weather. See Hambleton, John 
Spaulding. 

FLYNN, EDWARD FRANCIS. The pink 
deetees, an original play in three acts. © 
lc 4-28-46 ; Edward Francis Flynn, St. 
Paul ; new matter : complete revision ; D 
unp. 2874. Prev. reg. 1-6-19, A 512766. 

FLYNN, MARY. 

What kind of people? A historical play 
of 1942 by Mary Flynn and Donovan Pe- 
delty. In three acts. © lc 9-9-46 ; Mary 
Flynn and Donovan Pedelty; "Vancouver, 
B. C, Can. ; D unp. 4869. 

The witch of Hertford, a half-hour radio 
play reconstructing a dramatic case in the 
blood-stained history of witchcraft, by Mary 
Flynn and Donovan Pedeltv. (She was a 
witch, no. 6) © lc 9-9-46; Mary Flynn 
and Donovan Pedelty, Vancouver, Can. ; 
D unp. 4874. 

The witch of Huntingdon, a half-hour ra- 
dio play reconstructing a dramatic case in 
the bloodstained history of witchcraft, by 
Mary Flynn and Donovan Pedelty. (She 
was a witch, no. 1) © lc 9-9-46; Mary 
Flynn and Donovan Pedelty, Vancouver, 
Can. ; D unp. 4870. 

The witch of Lancashire, a half-hour ra- 
dio play reconstructing a dramatic case in 
the bloodstained history of witchcraft, by 
Mary Flynn and Donovan Pedelty. (She 
was a witch, no. 3) © lc 9-9-46; Mary 
Flynn and Donovan Pedelty, Vancouver. 
Can. ; D unp. 4872. 

The witch of Tring, a half-hour radio 
play reconstructing a dramatic case in the 
bloodstained history of witchcraft, by Mary 
Flynn and Donovan Pedelty. (She was a 
Witch, no. 4) © lc 9-9-46 ; Mary Flynn 
and Donovan Pedelty, Vancouver, Can. ; D 
Unp. 4873. 

The witch of Westminster, a half-hour 
radio play reconstructing a dramatic case 
in the bloodstained history of witchcraft, 
by Mary Flynn and Donovan Pedelty. (She 
was a witch, no. 2) © lc 9-9-46; Mary 
Flynn and Donovan Pedelty, Vancouver, 
Can. ; D unp. 4871. 

FLYPAPER'S proxy. See Skinner, Ruth Har- 
grave. 



FOCH, DIRK. 

Babcock and the nightingale, a play in 
two acts by Richard Tyndall [ pseud.] © 
lc 11-24-46 ; Dirk Foch, New York ; D unp. 
6205. 

Brownstone citadel, a play in three acts 
by Richard Tyndall [pseud.] © lc 9-5-46; 
Dirk Foch, New York ; D unp. 4803. 

No time for the angels, a mystery play in 
three acts. © lc 9-5-46 ; Dirk Foch, New 
York ; D unp. 4804. 

FODOR, NICHOLAS. Fanfare. See Lee, 
Rowland V. 

FOG, F. HERBERT. Riverboat ; a melodrama 
in three acts. © lc 1-11-46 ; F. Herbert 
Fog, inc., Astoria, N. Y. ; D unp. 164. 

FOG (F. HERBERT) inc. See Fog, F. Her- 
bert. 

FOG or no fog. See Giachero, William DeLisle. 

FOGLER, HENRY. Murder after midnight, 
a radio play. © lc 5-26-46 ; Henry Fog- 
ler, Warsaw, N. Y. ; D unp. 3304. 

FOLK song of America. See Ott, Susana 
Clayton. 

LA FOLLE de Chaillot. See Giraudoux, Jean. 

FOLLEN, JOSEPHINE P. Laugh and learn, 
five plays for junior high. Boston, Baker's 
plays ; [etc., 1946] 109 p. diagrs. 19 cm. 
Contents. — Alice in Queenland. — Flowers 
of the rock. — Mardi Gras. — Evacuation 
day. — The count of Donkey island. 

© 10-30-46; 2c 11-6-46; Walter H. Ba- 
ker co., Boston ; D pub. 5958. 

FOLLOW fundamentals. See Jam Handy or- 
ganization, inc. 

See Dasher, June Low- 



See The Lone Ranger. 



FOLLOW our star, 
man. 

FOLLOW the lilacs. 
No. 2049-1274. 

FOLSE, ALEXANDER H. The curse of drink, 
a play in two acts. © lc 7-18-46 ; Alex- 
ander H. Folse, New Orleans ; D unp. 4123. 

FOOD for thought. See The Sheriff. No. 83. 

FOOD hoarder. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2021-1246. 

FOOD shortage. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2103-1328. 

THE FOOLISH heart. See Montaigne, Pierre. 

FOOLISH sunset. See Campbell, Lawton. 

FOOL'S fool. See Maginnis, Monica, sister. 

FOOL'S paradise. See Bogart, Mary. 

FOOT-LIGHTS. See Morris, Evelyn Corriene. 

FOOTE, CONE AND BELDING, inc. Cali- 
fornia fruit growers' announcer's continuity 
for Dec. 17 and 19, 1945. © lc 2-23-46; 
Foote. Cone & Belding, inc., Los Angeles ; C 
199. 200. 

FOOTSTEPS through the years. See Lewis, 
Jessica. The world is listening series. 

FOR art's sake. See Byron, Milton P. 

FOR Dad's sake. See Palmer, James Wesley. 

FOR dear life. See Wise, Elizabeth. 

FOR heaven's sake. Mother ! See Berns, Julie. 

FOR men only. See Chesley, Mary Carithers. 

FOR of such is the kingdom. See The Lone 
Ranger. No. 2064-1289. 

FOR the bitter and the sweet. See Bush, A. M. 

FOR the girl who doesn't plan to attend col- 
lege. See Schrock, Margaret. 

FOR the love of Mike. See: 
Carey, Clarice Bentley. 
Davidson, Harry B. 

FOR the winter is past. See Sonino, Max. 

FORBES, ESTHER. Johnny Tremain. See 
Piatt, Helen. 

FORBES, ROBERT, pseud. See Fernand, 
Roland F. 

FORBIDDEN hill. See Dr. Christian. No. 
379. 

FORBIDDEN shore. See Gilner, Elias. Re- 
sistance. 

FORCE, ROCKWELL C. Radio racing ana- 
lyst. See Dallis, Nicholas P. 

FORD, CHRISTOPHER. A helping hand. Do 
you and the experts agree? Audition script. 



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© lc 10-10-46 ; Christopher Ford, Chicago ; 
C 838. 

FORD, ERIN, pseud. See Enrenford, Pauline 
N. 

FORD, MONTGOMERY. Leave it to Psmith, 
a play in three acts by Montgomery Ford 
and P. G. Wodehouse. © lc 9-27-46 ; 
Montgomery Ford, New York, and Pelham 
Grenville Wodehouse, Paris ; D unp. 5144. 

FORDE, MARGARET. Getting rid of Peggy, 
a radio comedy. © lc 2-18-46 ; Margaret 
Forde, Tuiunga, Calif. ; D unp. 765. 

FORECASTING earthquakes. -See Macelwane, 
James Bernard. 

THE FORECITING technique of customer 
problem solving. See Morrison, Samuel N. 
How to sell retail newspaper advertising. 

A FOREIGN affair. See Brull, Silvia. 

FOREIGN loans and our foreign trade. See 
Keeping up with the Wigglesworths. No. 
73. 

FOREIGN MISSION SISTERS OF ST. DOMI- 
NIC, INC. The eternal way ; the story of 
Our Lady of the Rosary of Fatima. See 
Marie Antoine, sister. 

FOREMAN, CURTIS MARTIN. The devil's 
garden. Radio script. © lc 11-29-46 ; 
Curtis Martin Foreman, Beverly Hills, 
Calif. : D unp. 125. 

FOREST patrol. See Faulkner, Anne I. 

FORESTER, PAUL. The torch of Eros, a 
play in three acts. © lc 1-17-46 ; Paul 
Forester, New York : D unp. 231. 

FOREVER a dream. See Istrick, Abraham. 

FORGOTSTON, BENNO H. The new Adam 
and Eve, a play in four scenes. © lc 10- 
29-46 : Benno H. Forgotston, New York ; D 
unp. 5705. 

FORGOTTEN Empress Meen. See Hahn, Do 
Soo. 

FORGOTTEN heritage. See Waters, Maisie 
Turner. 

A FORMULA for the Cisco Kid. See The 
Cisco Kid. No. 74A. 

FORREST. RICHARD E. The weeping wood. 
See Exploring the unknown, Mar. 24, 1946. 

FORTUNE, CLARION EDWARD. Bible lec- 
tures, nos. 1-6. © lc each 10-19-45 ; 
Clarion Edward Fortune, Cedar Rapids, la. ; 
C 240-245. 

FORTUNE, JOHN. The dragon's doom, a play 
in two acts. © lc 7-17-46 ; John Fortune, 
New York : D unp. 4412. 

A FORTUNE for the Cisco Kid. See The 
Cisco Kid. No. 40A. 

FOSTER, ELMA MICHAEL WILKINS. Eve- 
ning with swans ; or, The children long to 
see you. A comedy-drama in three acts by 
Elma Michael Wilkins. © lc 10-27-46; 
Elma Michael Wilkins Foster, San Fran- 
cisco ; D unp. 5625. - 

FOSTER, LILLIAN. Candle of faith, a one 
act play. © lc 12-10-46 ; Lillian Foster, 
New York ; D unp. 6502. 

FOSTER, STEPHEN COLLINS. See Clem- 
ents, Florence Ryerson. Oh ! Susanna. 

FOSTER AND DAVIES, INC. Lost and 
found. See Bourke, James L. 

FOUND his mind. See Sonderegger, Arnold 
Arthur. 

FOUNDATIONS of politics. See Titus, 
Charles Hickman. Politics. 

FOUNDING of the synagogue. See The eter- 
nal light. No. 11. 

FOUR aces for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 
Kid. No. 43A. 

FOUR flights up. See Parker, Kenneth Ful- 
ler. 

FOUR friends. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2123-1348. 

FOUR fundamentals of a quality dealer. See 
Jam Handy organization, inc. 

FOURTH marriage. See Olson, Pershing Or- 
ville. 



FOWLER, JACK BERESFORD. General Sir 
Hector MacDonald, a play in nine episodes 
by J. Beresford Fowler and Sylvia Archer. 
[Windsor, Melbourne, Trumble & son print- 
ery, 1946] 70 p. 21% cm. © 12-6-43; 
lc 5-1-46 ; Jack Beresford Fowler, Mel- 
bourne ; D pub. 4886. 

FOX. BEAUVAIS. Fun with Mister Shake- 
speare. Recording script. © lc 5-29-46 ; 
Beauvais Fox, Los Angeles ; D unp. 3317. 

FOX, DULCE. Comedy no. X, a hew comedy 
in three acts by Dulce Fox and Jain Straw 
[pseud.] © lc 1-23-46; Dulce Fox and 
H. M. Fox, New York ; D unp. 297. 

FOX, GIBSON SCOTT. See The Shadow. 

FOX, HELEN M. 

Comedy no. X. See Fox, Dulce. 
The pale lady, a play in three acts by 
Jane Straw [pseud.] Completely modern 
version of When we dead awaken, by Hen- 
rik Ibsen. © lc 1-9-46 ; Helen M. Fox, 
New York ; D unp. 2111. 

FOX, RUTH. Leftover ghost, by Ruth Fox 
and Elizabeth Chellson. Radio script. © 
lc 10-17-46 ; Ruth Fox and Elizabeth 
Chellson, Washington ; D unp. 5881. 

THE FOX and the grapes. See Bennett, 
Aleon. 

FOXHOLE in the parlor. See Shelley, Elsa. 

FRACHAT, FABIEN. 

A l'approche du soir du monde, piece en 
trois actes de Fabien Reignier [pseud.] 
© lc 5-8-46; Fabien Reignier (pseud, de 
Fabien Frachat) Paris ; D unp. 4198. 

Les 4 temps, piece en trois actes de Fa- 
bien Reignier [pseud.] © lc 5-8-46 ; Fa- 
bien Reignier (pseud, de Fabien Frachat) 
Paris ; D unp. 4163. 

FRAENKEL, HELENE. Bosom of the fam- 
ily. See Allen, Marion. 

A FRAME for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco' 
Kid. No. 12. 

THE FRAME-UP. See Burns, Fred H. Stud- 
ies in crime. No. 9. 

FRANCE, ANATOLE. , The man who married 
a dumb wife, a play adapted for the screen 
by Florence B. Wilbur. 28 leaves. © lc 
2-3-46 ; Florence B. Wilbur, Keene, N. H. ; 
D unp. 507. 

FRANCES, pseud. See Gross, Frances W. 

FRANCISCO, HALE. 

Dead to rights. See Golden, John. 
Mademoiselle from Montreal ; three act 
comedy. © lc 4-11-46 ; Hale Francisco, 
Stroudsburg, Pa. ; D unp. 2528. 

FRANCK, JAMES. Medical benefits from 
atomic energy. New York Philharmonic- 
symphony intermission feature. Broadcast 
Dec. 16, 1945. © lc 1-27-46; United: 
States rubber co., New York ; C 122. 

FRANK, LOUIS PAUL. Schooldays. Scena- 
rio for an animated cartoon. © lc 8-3-46 ; 
Louis P Frank, New York ; D unp. 4436. 

FRANK, PAUL. Pappy of Gowanus, a story 
of Brooklyn. Series no. 1, script no. 1. A 
romantic comedy for radio. © lc 4-22-46 ; 
Paul Frank, Brooklyn ; D unp. 2676. 

FRANK, STANLEY NEWTON. Buy and sell, 
an original play in three acts. © lc 12-2— 
46 ; Stanley Newton Frank, Brooklyn ; D 
unp. 6368. 

FRANKEL, BEN Z. Benjamin Franklin, a 
play in three acts by Ben Frankel and 
Donald C. Yelton. © lc 9-4-46 ; Donald 
C. Yelton, Bethesda, Md., and Ben Z. 
Frankel, East Orange, N. J. ; D unp. 4791. 

FRANKEL, DORIS. Danger : women at 
work, A radio play. (Cavalcade of America, 
Sept. 9, 1946) © lc 11-13-46; E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & co., Wilmington, Del. ; 
D unp. 5914. 

FRANKEL, HERBERT. Timber weed, a play 
in three acts. © lc 5-29-46 ; Herbert 
Frankel, New York ; D unp. 3338. 



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FRANKLIN, BILL. 

Coming attractions routine, a satire by 
Bill Franklin and Stan Franklin. © 6-11- 
46 ; 2c 6-28-46 ; Bill Franklin and Stan 
JTranklin, Brooklyn ; D pub. 5475. 

The mad doctor routine, a pantomine to 
verbal sound effects by Bill Franklin and 
Stan Franklin. © 6-11-46 ; 2c 6-28-46 ; 
Bill Franklin and Stan Franklin, Brooklyn ; 
D pub. 5476. 

FRANKLIN, FRANCES. The Christmas ad- 
ventures of Cuddles and Tuckie. See Wil- 
liams, Frances Royster. 

FRANKLIN, HAROLD. Alaskan bush pilot. 
See Feins, Bernard. 

FRANKLIN, STAN. 

Coming attractions routine. See Frank- 
lin, Bill. 

The mad doctor routine. See Franklin, 
Bill. 

FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT. See 
Lane, Arthur. 

FRANKLY speaking. See Salaway, Lowell. 

FRANZ SCHUBERT, his story and his music. 
See Machlis. Joe. 

FRASER, GEORGE. Strictly legit. See 
Fraser, Paula. 

FRASER, PAULA. Strictly legit, a comedy in 
three acts by Paula Fraser, George Fraser 
and H. J. Lengsfelder. © lc 3-23-46 ; 
Paula Fraser, George Fraser and Hans J. 
Lengsfelder, New York ; D unp. 2215. 

THE FRAUD. See Pattiz. Warren Bruce. 

THE FRAUDULENT HALO. See Heckman, 
Renay C. 

THE FRED ALLEN SHOW. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Fred Allen. 
© Fred Allen, New York. 

1. Broadcast Oct. 7, 1945. © lc 1-3-46 ; 
D unp. 27. 

2-20. Broadcast Oct. 14, 1945-Feb. 17, 
1946. © lc each 3-18-46 ; D unp. 2142- 
2160. 

21-24. Broadcast Feb. 24-Mar. 17, 1946. 
© lc each 3-30-46 ; D unp. 2328-2331. 

25. Broadcast Mar. 24, 1946. © lc 4-11- 
46 : D unp. 2561. 

26. Broadcast Mar. 31, 1946. © lc 4-11- 
46 ; D unp. 2638. 

27. Broadcast Apr. 7, 1946. © lc 4-23- 
46 : D unp. 2799. 

28-30. Broadcast Apr. 14-28, 1946. © 
lc each 5-30-46 ; D unp. 3369-3471. 

31-33. Broadcast May 5-19. 1946. © lc 
each 6-7-46 ; D unp. 3459-3461. 

35-37. Broadcast June 2-16, 1946. © lc 
each 6-29-46 : D unp. 3797-3799. 

38-39. Broadcast June 23-30, 1946. © 
lc each 7-12-46 ; D unp. 4021-4022. 

1-2. Broadcast Oct. 6-13. 1946. © lc 
each 10-25-46 ; D unp. 5603-5604. 

3. Broadcast Oct. 20, 1946. © lc 12- 
21-46 ; D unp. 6675. 

4-5. Broadcast Oct. 27-Nov. 3, 1946. © 
lc each 11-19-46 ; D unp. 5996-5997. 

6-7. Broadcast Nov. 10-17, 1946. © lc 
each 11-21-46 ; D unp. 6107-6108. 

8. Broadcast Nov. 24, 1946. © lc 12- 
21-46 ; D unp. 6671. 

9. Broadcast Dec. 1, 1946. © lc 12- 
21-46 ; D unp. 6674. 

10. Broadcast Dec. 8, 1946. © lc 12- 
21-46 ; D unp. 6676. 

THE FRED ALLEN'S crazy commercials con- 
test. See Bogach, Victor. 

FRED BROWN — prospector. See Jam Handy 
organization, inc. 

FREDERICK, GEORGIA. You, you and you ; 
a comedy in three acts by Georgia Frederick 
and Charles Washburn. © lc 6-18-46 ; 
Georgia Frederick and Charles Washburn, 
New York ; D unp. 3898. 

FREDERICKS, PIERCE GRIFFIN. Feet in 
the air. See Freed, Frederick August. 



FREE, MARION ALLEN. 

Bosom of the family, a comedy in three 
acts and five scenes by Marion Allen and 
Helene Fraenkel. © lc 7-12-46 ; Marion 
Allen and Helene Fraenkel, New York ; D 
unp. 4523. 

Bosom of the family, a play in three acts. 
© lc 1-7-46 ; Marion Allen Free, New York ; 
D. unp. 70. 
FREE and easy. See Spiro, Bernard H. 
FREE elections. See Fighting senator. No. 3. 
FREE for all. See Rose, Ralph, jr. 
FREE Mibbs. See Stoddart, Dayton. 
FREE 'n' easy. See Blashe\ Maurice. 
FREE ride. See Wilding picture productions, 

inc. 
FREED, FREDERICK AUGUST. Feet in the 
air, a play in three acts by F. A. Freed and 
P. G. Fredericks. © lc 6-18-46 ; Frederick 
August Freed, and Pierce Griffin Fredericks, 
New York ; D unp. 3896. 
FREEDOM of opportunity. See Vocafilm cor- 
poration. 
FREELS, MARJORIE RUTH. The adven- 
tures of Brownie. Radio script. © lc 11— 
17-46 ; Appalachian broadcasting corp., 
Bristol, Va.-Tenn. ; D unp. 5980. 
FREEMAN, CHARLES K. The adventures 
of Private Hargrove, adapted by Charles 
K. Freeman from See here, Private Har- 
grove, by Marion Hargrove, copyright 1942. 
(In Soldier shows, folio no. 19, script 178) 
© 3-13-44 ; 2c 4-18-44 ; Marion Hargrove, 
New York ; D pub. 88567. 
FREEMAN, FLORENCE ELEANOR. Tristan 
and Iseult, dramatized from the legend. 
© lc 8-9-46 ; Florence Eleanor Freeman, 
Wilmington, Del. ; D unp. 4498. 
FREEMAN, WILLIAM. Grandy's Goblin au- 
thors club. See Voss, Kitty Keepers. 
FREIGHT. See White, Kenneth. 
FREILICHER, ELIZABETH. And now the 

children. See Goodman, Vera. 
FREIMAN, LOUIS. IWV aWVltt 

[A thousand wives] Yiddish text. © lc 
4-25-46 : Louis Freiman, New York ; D 
unp. 2744. 
FRENCH, ANDREWS. Time must end, a 
drama in three acts by Martin Bidwell 
[pseud.] © lc 2-4-46; Andrews French, 
Hollywood ; D unp. 508. 
FRENCH, FLORENCE FELTEN. 

The birth of the song "Silent night," an 
original historical radio drama for school 
public address systems. Boston, Baker's 
plays ; [etc., 1946] 18 p. 18y 2 cm. "Bib- 
liography" : p. 18. © 9-21-46 ; 2c 9-26-46 ; 
Florence Felten French, New York ; D pub. 
5492. Previous registrations : 11-27-40, D 
unp. 72506 ; 10-24-42, D pub. 82357. 

A poet is born ; or, Emily Dickinson. Ra- 
dio script. © lc 5-18-46 ; Florence Felten 
French, Hamilton, N. Y. ; D unp. 4633. 
FRENCH. SAMUEL. 

Ask for me tomorrow. See Hayes, Joseph 
Arnold. 

Bobby sox brigade. See Bigelow, Alice. 
But fair tomorrow. See Parkhirst, Doug- 
lass F. 

By any other name. See Elias, George S. 
The cathedral. See Lowther, George. 
Courtin' days. See Drake, Russell. 
Cousin Jill from Junction Hill. See 
Steele, Philip. 

The dabblers. See Kirkpatrick, John. 
Dead to rights. See Golden, John. 
Dizzy and Daffy. See Peavey, Hazel. 
The far-distant shore. See Finch, Robert. 
A fate worse than death. See Weed, 
Dunstan. 

The fires of spring. See Reach, James; 
Fresh as a daisy. See Thursby, David. 
Gertie goes "plain." See London, s Peggy. 
Indian giver. See Chadwicke, Alice. 
Tide laff revue. See Corbett, Lansing. 



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v. 19, 194(5 



Life of the party. See Hayes, Marrijane. 

Little Dolly Dollars. See George, Charles. 

A man's monument. See Eastman, Fred. 

Married at sunrise. See Kirkpatrick, 
John. 

Miss Chatterbox. See Caldwell, Fred. 

Miss Posey from Poseyville. See George, 
Charles. 

Murder with orchids. See Kicks, Otto. 

Old Mrs. Brown. See Gould, Marian. 

Once in a blue moon. See Faust, Esther. 

Out of this world. See Braun, Wilbur. 

Remarkable baby. See Kirkpatrick, John. 

Sis o' the Ozarks. See Young, Dan. 

Soap opera. See Kirkpatrick, John. 

Something for nothing. See Blake, 
Walter. 

The submarine. See Lowther, George. 

Teacher's pet. See Lownsbury, Luke. 

Uncertain wings. See Hill, Robert. 

Youth and consequences. See London, 

FRENCH (SAMUEL) LTD. 

African angle. See Peach, Lawrence du 
Garde. 

Albert Gates. See Brighouse, Harold. 

Audrey Hyslop writes some more. See 
Hyslop, Audrey. 

Aunt Lizzie's millions. See Baker, Ethel. 

Burglar alarm. See Beith, J. H. 

Cassandra. See Morris, T. B. 

A collection of sketches by various au- 
thors. See Smile, please ! 

The crime of Margaret Foley. See Robin- 
son, Percy. 

Cross-roads. See Peach, Lawrence du 
Garde. 

Curtain up. See Richardson, E. C. 

Dark brown. See Johnson, Philip. 

Dinner & Morum write a dozen plays. 
■See Dinner, William. 

The enemy. See Whitbourn. Frank. 

Everlasting flowers. See Johnson, Philip. 

Family drama. See Dinner, William. 

The girl in the tube. See Aklom, Mikhail. 

Go make you ready. 

The haunted barn. 



See Jeayes, Allan. 
See Reynolds, John B. 
See Agg, Howard. 
See Cavan, Romilly. 
Juda. See Briggs, 



Heads in the sand. 

I'll see you again. 

In Bethlehem of 
Marian. 

Lady, be careful. See Dickens, Stafford. 

Lady-killer. See Campion, Cyril. 

The last of Corporal Micklass. See 
Peach, Lawrence du Garde. 

The liar. See Peach, Lawrence du Garde. 

Morning departure. See Wollard, K. B. 

My longest runs and greatest successes. 
See Furber, Douglas. 

The old wives' tale. See Dinner, William. 

Peacock for two. See Constanduros, 
Mabel. 

The perfect alibi. See Peach, Lawrence 
du Garde. 

Quiet week-end. See McCracken, Esther. 

Scandal at Barchester. See Wheatley, 
Vera. 

Shepherd's pie. < See Constanduros, 
Mabel. 

The six wives of Calais. See Peach, 
Lawrence du Garde. 

Smile, please, a collection of sketches. 
■See Smile, please ! 

A soldier for Christmas. See Beckwith, 
Reginald. 

Sorcery in a suburb. See Johnson, Philip. 

The story of Ruth. See Peach, Lawrence 
•du Garde. 

Ten little Niggers. See Christie, Agatha 
Miller. 

Thinking aloud. See Williams, Emlyn. 

Win or lose. See Peach, Lawrence du 
Garde. 

Your brother George. See Carter, Conrad. 



Your face is familiar and other sketches. 
See Melford, Austin. 

FRENCH brides. -See Cohen, Elliot J. 

FRENCH-CANADIAN children. See Encyclo- 
paedia britannica films, inc. 

THE FRENCH touch. See Fields, Joseph. 

FRESH air. See Hughes, Glenn. 

FRESH as a daisy. See Thursby, David. 

FRESH'ND-AIRE COMPANY. Successor to 
the fan. See Jam Handy organization, inc. 

THE FRIAR'S potion. See McCurdey, Catha- 
rine Millar. 

FRIDAY at five. See Livingston Hunt, pseud. 

THE FRIDAY brides. -See Coombs, Elizabeth. 

FRIEDMAN, ISIDOR. Lemel's Millions. -See 
Cohen, Samuel H_. 

FRIEDMAN, JOSEPH J. Ad lib playhouse. 
Model radio script for future productions. 
© lc 4-10-46 ; Joseph J. Friedman, Nor- 
folk, Va. ; C 345. 

FRIEDMAN, WILLIAM. A child's garden of 
manners. -See Niesen, Barney. 

FRIEND in need. -See The Lone Ranger. Nos. 
2158-1383, 2165-1390. 

FRIENDLINESS — behind the counter. -See 
Jam Handy organization, inc. 

FRIENDLY lass. -See Hadley, Roberta. 

FRIENDSHIP PRESS, INC. 

Out of Nazareth. -See Loomis, Amy Good- 
hue. X 

The slaves that freed themselves. -See 
Nixon, Elizabeth. 

With silver wings. -See Clark, Helen M. 

THE FRIGHTENED detective. See Burnett, 
Murray. 

FRIGIDAIRE DIVISION. GENERAL 
MOTORS CORPORATION. -See General 
motors corporation. Frigidaire division. 

FRISCH, MAX. 

Die Chinesische mauer, eine farce. 120 
leaves. © lc 10-12-46 ; Kurt Reiss verlag, 
a. g., New York ; D unp. 5340. 

Nun singen sie wieder. Versuch eines 
requiems in sieben bildern. © lc 5—13—46 ; 
Theaterverlag Reiss, a. g., Basel, Switzer- 
land ; D unp. 3426. 

Santa Cruz, eine romanze in sechs bildern. 
© lc 4-14-46 ; Theaterverlag Reiss, a.g., 
Basel, Switzerland : D unp. 2856. 

FRISCO spree. -See Kafka, Rudolf. 

FROGGY Chinkapin and the Mocking Bird. 
-See Hunt, Madeline. King Frog. 

FROM A-B-C's to college degrees. -See Padwe, 
Frank. Dollars to donuts. 

FROM failing hands. -See Lowenthal, Jean 
Arthur. 

FROM little acorns. -See Hirsch, Moreen. 

FROM rags to riches. -See Clark, Alysia. 
Fairy tales of fashion. 

FROM Singapore to Baltimore. -See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 

FROM story to stage. -See Robinson, Marvin 
G. 

FROM the dealer's viewpoint. -See Coca-cola 
company. 

THE FRONT. -See Korneichuk, Alexander. 

FRONT page final. -See Miller, John R. Prac- 
tically imperfect. 

FRONT row center. -See Spatz, H. Donald. 

FRONTIER town. -See Shumate, Harold. 

FRONTMAN, Richard. No time for trouble, 
a comedy in two acts by Richard Frontman 
and William Reutti. © lc 5-17-46 ; Rich- 
ard Frontman and William Reutti, State 
College, Pa. ; D unp. 3161. 

A FROST-WINGED EAGLE, '99. -See Aker- 
son, Florence Antonia. 

THE FRUSTRATED pharmacist. -See Pelo- 
vitz, Samuel J. 

FRYDAN, CAMILLA. Intriguing lady ; book 
by Camilla Frydan and Elise Sorelle, lyrics 
by Albert Gamse, music by Camilla Frydan. 
Text and music on separate leaves. © lc 
7-2-46 ; Camilla Frydan, Elise Sorelle, and 
Albert Gamse, New York ; D unp. 1082. 



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FRYER, JOHN GAILLARD. Beware the 

magpie. See Helvenston, Harold Finley. 
FRYERS, EDWIN DANIEL. The worldly 

hope, a play in three acts. © lc 11—15-46 ; 

Edwin Daniel Fryers, Philadelphia ; D unp. 

5969. 
FUCHS, ARTHUR WILLIAM. Black snow, 

a play in three acts by Arthur Cavanaugh 

[pseud.] © lc 2-8-46 ; Arthur William 

Fuchs, Woodhaven, N. Y. ; D unp. 963. 
FUE, CHARLES. Jenny Wren, a play in three 

acts. [Stamford, Conn., Brock and Wall- 

ston, 1946] 156 p. diagrs. 23% cm. 

© 10-1-46 ; 2c 10-1-46 ; Charles Fue, 

Brooklyn ; D pub. 5198. 
FUERSTENAPPARTEMENT. See Lichten- 

berg, Wilhelm. 
LA FUGUE de Caroline. See Adam, Alfred. 
FULD, LEO. The understudy, a comedy scene, 

based on the old Hollywood slapstick Chap- 
lin theme. © lc 3-24-46 ; Leo Fuld, New 

York ; D unp. 2219. 
FULDA, LUDWIG. Die richtige, traum- 

schwank in vier aufziigen. 2. und 3. auflage. 

Stuttgart, Gotta'sche; [etc.] 1918. 181 p. 

20 cm. © 12-15-18; lc 10-9-46; Felix 

Bloch erben, Berlin- Wilmersdorf, Germany ; 

D pub. 6526. 
FULLER, LOIS COMPTON. Nelly was no 

lady, a comedy in two acts. © lc 8-18—46 ; 

Lois Compton Fuller, Indianapolis ; D unp. 

4656. 
FUN for your mon. See Morgan, R. Duke. 
FUN with Mister Shakespeare. See Fox, 

Beauvais. 
FUNDAMENTALS. See Titus, Charles Hick- 
man. Politics. 
FUNFEST forum. See Todd, Mrs. John. 
FUNGI — friends and foes. See Stakman, 

Elvin Charles. 
FUNK BROTHERS SEED COMPANY. Great 

stories about corn. See Smith, Kenneth 

Henry. 

FUNNY money. See Quigley, Robert. 

THE FUNNY paper theatre See Kivlan, 
Thomas. 

FUQUA, NELSON. See Fuqua, William Nel- 
son. 

FUQUA, WILLIAM NELSON. A G. I.'s 
golden rule days, a play in three acts by 
Nelson Fuqua. © lc 1-25-46 ; William 
Nelson Fuqua, Chicago ; D unp. 408. 

FURBER, DOUGLAS. My longest runs and 
greatest successes. London, French, 1945. 
59 p. 22 cm. (French's acting edition.) 
Contents. — One good turn. — Bon marche\ — 
Fifty stories in five minutes. — Speak as you 
read. — Un peu d'amour. — Seeing life. — Le 
roi. — Revolt. © 12-31-45 ; lc 7-12-46 ; 
Samuel French, ltd., London ; D pub. 4050. 

FURBER, HENRY JEWETT. Archon and 
Demos, a play in verse in six scenes. © lc 
8-28-46 ; Henry Jewett Furber, Chicago ; D 
unp. 4731. 

LE FUREUR d-aimer. See Montaigne, 
Pierre. The foolish heart. 

FURLOUGH from Hades. See South, George 
C. 

FURMAN, LEE. The cherry orchard. See 
Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich. 

FUSON, JAMES W. See Korn's-a-krackin'. 

FUTRAN, HERBERT S. I knew a woman, 
the story of Karen Wesley. Radio script. 
© lc 2-20-46 ; Herbert S. Futran, Chicago ; 
D unp. 2548. 

FUTTERER, MARIANNE S. A touch of salt, 
an original radio play based on an incident 
from the London Times. © lc 9-11-46 ; 
Marianne S. Futterer, Chevy Chase, Md. ; 
D unp. 4857. 

THE FUTURE and Mu Phi Epsilon. See 
Morgan, Ruth L. 



G ' 

GI mom. See Kenney, Marie. 

G. I. production of Hamlet. See Shakespeare, 
William. Maurice Evans' G. I. production 
of Hamlet. 

A G. I.'s golden rule days. See Fuqua, Wil- 
liam Nelson. 

GABOWITZ, MARTIN, This love business. 
See Newman, Adele. 

GABRIELLE. See Engelman, Wanda Wade. 

GABRIELSON, FRANK. Act of darkness, a 
play in three acts. © lc 7-3-46 ; Frank 
Gabrielson, Beverly Hills, Calif. ; D unp. 
3844. 

GAGE, HELEN. Never say goodnight, a play 
in three acts by Helen Gage and Louise 
Hutchins. © lc 7-19-46 ; Helen Gage and 
Louise Ellen Hutchins, Chicago ; D unp. 
4167. 

GAINES, HARRIS B., jr. The life we live, 
a play in three acts. © lc 3-20-46 ; Harris 
B. Gaines, jr., Chicago ; D unp. 2691. 

GAITHER, GANT. Boomerang, a play in 
three acts. © lc 3-26-46; Gant Gaither, 
New York ; D unp. 2218. 

GALA premiere. See Goode, Gerald. 

GALANTIERE, LEWIS. Antigone. See 
Anouilh, Jean. 

GALE, EDWIN. 

What's in a name? Radio program. © 
Edwin Gale, Hollywood. 

Navaho trail. © lc 2-8-46 ; C 159. 
Roger. © lc 1-14-46 ; C 85. 
Wabash. © lc 2-8-46 ; C 160. 

GALE, LEAH, pseud. See Fichandler, Leah. 

GALLANT journey. See Lux radio theatre, 
Nov. 11, 1946. 

THE GALLOWS tree. See Rice, Craig. 

GALVIN, MARY CORRIGAN. Intercession, 
a play in three acts. © lc 2-2-46 ; Mary 
Corrigan Galvin, New York ; D unp. 504. 

GAMBLE, JAMES L. The internal environ- 
ment. New York Philharmonic-symphony 
intermission feature. Broadcast Mar. 17, 
1946. © lc 3-29-46 ; United States rubber 
co., New York; C 325. 

GAMBLE, RAYMOND BUD. No road back; 
or, Wide is the gate ; or, The wrong road to 
heaven. Script for radio, television or films 
by Raymond Bud Gamble and Paula Selig- 
man. © lc 7-29-46 ; Raymond Bud Gam- 
ble and Paula Seligman, New York ; D unp. 
4306. 

THE GAME of anagram melds and expropria- 
tion. See Zolan, Henry. 

THE GAME room. See Johnson, Marian Page. 

GAMMON, WILLIAM. Who's kiddin' who? 
See Reese, John. 

GAMSE, ALBERT. Intriguing lady. See 
Frydan, Camilla. 

GANG BUSTERS. (Radio program) Pro- 
grams in this series are by Lord, inc. © 
Lord, inc., New York. Broadcast weekly 
Dec. 1, 1945-Nov. 30, 1946. 

413. Case of William La Trasse. © lc 
2-23-46 ; D unp. 780. 

414. Case of Blackie Thompson. © lc 
2-23-46 ; D unp. 781. 

415. Case of Miran Thompson. © lc 2- 
23-46 ; D unp. 782. 

416. Case of Al Simeone. © lc 2-23-46 ; 
D unp. 783. 

417. Red Goleman. © lc 2-23-46 ; D 
unp. 784. 

418. Case of Rumbold vault robbery. © 
lc 3-3-46 ; D unp. 2417. 

419. Case of Pegleg Cobb. © lc 3-3-46 ; 
D unp. 2418. 

420. Case of Singer-Fauls. © lc 3-3-46 ; 
D unp. 2419. 

421. Case of Damiani-Krause, part I. © 
lc 3-3-46 ; D unp. 2420. 

422. Case of Damiani-Krause, part II. 
© lc 3-3-46 ; D unp. 2421. 



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423. Case of Ralph Greece 
46 ; D unp. 2422. 

424. Case of Nick Derembeis 
3-46 ; D unp. 2423. 

425. Case of Willy De Normand. © lc 3- 
3-46 : D unp. 2424. 

426. Case of George Donald Dillon, part 

1. © lc 3-11-46 ; D unp. 2007. 

427. Case of George Donald Dillon, part 

2. © lc 3-13-46 ; D unp. 2184. 

428. Case of Horace Bowers. © lc 3- 
27-46 ; D unp. 2858. 

429. Case of Joe McCann, part 1 
3-27-46 ; D unp. 2859. 

430. Case of Joe McCann, part 2. 
4-7-46 : D unp. 3224. 

431. Case of McCann-Quinn, part 3. © 
lc 4-17-46 ; D unp. 2647. 

432. Case of McCann-Quinn, part 4. © 
lc 4-17-46 ; D unp. 2648. 

433. Case of McCann-Quinn, part 5. © 
lc 5-8-46 ; D unp. 3013. 

434. Case of Paul Barker. © lc 5-8-46 ; 
D unp. 3014. 

435. Case of Jack La Rocca. © lc 5-16- 
46; D unp. 3143. 

436. Case of Alcatraz prison riot. C 
5-16-46 ; D unp. 3144. 

437. Case of Adair-Pasterski-Delaney. 
lc 6-8-46 ; D unp. 3531. 

438. Case of Uckele and Matysek. C 
6-8-46 ; D unp. 3532. 

439. Case of James Hall. © lc 6-8-46 ; 
D unp. 3533. 

440. Case of West-Pepperman. C 
22-46 ; D unp. 3703. 

441. Case of Jennings- Windmayer 
6-22-46 ; D unp. 3704. 

442. Case of Drake-Motari-Ward. 
6-27-46 ; D unp. 3795. 

443. Case of Carl Hopper. © lc 7-25- 
46 ; D unp. 4260. 

444. Case of Willy Sutton, part 1. © 
lc 7-25-46 ; D unp. 4261. 

445. Case of Willy Sutton, part 2. © 
lc 7-25-46 ; D unp. 4262. 

446. Case of Willy Sutton, part 3. C 
7-25-46 ; D unp. 4263. 

447. Case of Joe Black. © lc 8-8-46 
unp. 4459. 

448. Case of Ed Davis, part 1. © lc 8-8- 
46 ; D unp. 4460. 

449. Case of Ed Davis, part 2. © lc 8- 
22-46; D unp. 4676. . 

450. Case of La Nacha. © lc 8-22-46 ; 
D unp. 4677 . 

451. Case of Pete Norris, part 1. 
9-7-46 ; D unp. 4827. 

452. Case of Pete Norris, part 2. 
9-7-46; D unp. 4829. 

453. Case of Pete Norris, part 3. 
9-12-46; D unp. 4904. 

454. Case of Moore-Murphy. © lc 9—19— 
46 ; D unp. 4968. 

455. Case of the Lolli gang, part 1. © 
lc 10-10-46 ; D unp. 5267. 

456. Case of the Lolli gang, part 2. © 
lc 10-10-46 ; D unp. 5268. 

457. Case of the liquor hi-jackers 
10-10-46 ; D unp. 5269. 

458. Case of Walter Freisleben, part 1. 
© lc 10-17-46 ; D unp. 5498. 

459. Case of Walter Freisleben, part 2. 
© lc 10-25-46 ; D unp. 5605. 

460. Case of Scissors Saunders. 
10-31-46 ; D unp. 5731. 

461. Case of Louise Peete, part 1. 
11-9-46; D unp. 5927. 

462. Case of Louise' Peete, part 2. 
11-13-46 ; D unp. 5909. 

463. Case of Gelson-Fish-Boyce. 
12-18-46 ; D unp. 6586. 

464. Case of George Sidney (Sitts), part 
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465. Case of George Sidney (Sitts), part 
2. © lc 12-18-46 ; D unp. 6588. 

GANG doctor. See The Shadow, Nov. 24, 1946. 

GANONI. See Albyn, Genevieve Nicetas. 

GANTKOWSKI, ROMUALD. Neutrality, a 
satirical dramatic sketch based upon W. 
Perzynski's short story. © lc 3-21-46 ; 
Romuald Gantkowski, Hollywood ; D unp. 
2738. 

THE GAP. See Levy, Charles Samuel. 

GARDEMAL, LOUIS GASTON. Naked in the 
wind, a play in one act. © lc 9-19-46 ; 
Louis Gaston Gardemal, Iowa City, Iowa ; 
D unp. 4989. 

THE GARDEN of Jordan. See Mallis, Alex- 
ander Hagi. 

THE GARDEN of Lisieux. See Byrne, John 
Joseph. 

THE GARDEN of romance. See Morgan, 
Ray I. 

GARDNER, ANNETTA JOSEPHINE. Quick 
alterations, a comedy in three acts. © lc 
3-17-46 ; Annetta Josephine Gardner, 
Pacific Grove, Calif. ; D unp. 2131. 

GARDNER, DOROTHY BUTTS. Eastward 
in Eden. See Butts, Dorothy Worthington. 

GARDNER, EDWARD, JR. See Island ven- 
ture. 

GARDNER, LAUREL M. Malaguena, an 
original radio script. © lc 4-25-46 ; Laurel 
Moench, Maywood, 111. ; D unp. 2834. 

GARDNER, PAUL ALLEN. Atom in my 
pocket, a play in three acts. © lc 8-15-46 ; 
Paul Allen Gardner, Ottawa ; D unp. 4553. 

GARIBALDI. See Orlovitz, Gilbert. 

GARLING,, LEE LEONARD. V. E. T., 1st 
class. A radio script. © lc, 1—25-46; Lee 
L. Garling, Alexandria, Va. ; D unp. 393. 

GARRIGUS, FREDERICK. 

A Christmas carol. See Dickens, Charles. 
You're on the air, a collection of eight 
plays adapted for radio with individual pro- 
duction notes for each play, edited by Fred 
Garrigus and Theodore Johnson. Boston, 
Baker's plays; [etc., 1946.] 128 p. 19 cm. 
CONTENTS. — Lights out, by Roger 
Wheeler. — The gold-bug, by Fred Garrigus. — 
Paradise, by Roger Wheeler. — Not quite 
such a goose, by Elizabeth Gale. — Robe- 
spiere, by Roger Wheeler and Basil Bur- 
well. — Runner in the snow, by Fred Gar- 
rigus. — Ebb tide, by Roger Wheeler. — David 
Copperfield, by Fred Garrigus. © 10-16-46 ; 
2c 10-18-46 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston ; 
D pub. 5666. 

GARST, ELEANOR AVERITT. 

Wife to Socrates, a play in nine scenes. 
© lc 6-7-46 ; Eleanor Averitt Garst, 
Spokane; D unp. 3736. 

Xanthippe, a play in three acts. Dramati- 
zation of Plato's Dialogues and Xenophon's 
Banquet. © lc 2-21-46 ; Eleanor Averitt 
Garst, Spokane ; D unp. 3735. 

GARVIN, RUTH MARIE. See Charlier, Ruth 
Marie Garvin. 

THE GAS pen. See The Green Hornet. No. 
750. 

GASLIGHT. See Lux radio theatre, Apr. 29, 

1946. 
GAST, HAROLD. Treaty of peace, a play in 
three acts by Harold Gast and Samuel H. 
Dann. © lc 9-15-46 ; Harold Gast and 
Samuel H. Dann, Far Rockaway, N. Y. ; D 
unp. 4913. 
GASTON, HAZEL GLADDING. 

Musical pages, no. 1. See Denny, Mary 
Lois. 

Musical pages, nos. 2, 3. See Van Veen, 
Frances Swing. 
GATHER ye rosebuds? See Hood-Daniel, 

Dorothy Arthur. 
THE GAUDY spring. See Olson, Pershing 
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GAUTHIER, ROBERT. The heartache of 
Don Juan. Original scenario by Robert 
Gauthier and Andre" Leuthreau. © lc 1-^ 
4—45 ; Andre Lelarge, New York ; D unp. 
554. 
GAVER, CLAUDE H. 

Account rendered, a melodrama in three 

acts by Jack Gaver and Patrick Coldrick. 

© lc 5-2-46 ; Claude H. (Jack) Gaver and 

Patrick Coldrick, New York ; D unp. 2869. 

Good intentions, a comedy in two acts 

by Jack Gaver and Patrick Coldrick. © 

lc 10-23-46; Jack (Claude H.) Gaver and 

Patrick Coldrick, New York ; D unp. 5794. 

GAVER, JACK. See Gaver, Claude H. 

GAWNE, IRENE ENRIGHT. Jenny, a play 

in three acts. © lc 5-3—46 ; Irene Enright 

Gawne, New York ; D unp. 2990. 

THE GAY fantastic. See Silverman, Howard 

Allen. 
THE GAY masquerade. See Greenberger, 

Howard. 
THE GAY nineties revue. See Carter, Leslie 

H. 
GEDDES, GAIL G. Now ! Action by manage- 
ment. Produced for the National associa- 
tion of manufacturers, by Vocafilm corpora- 
tion. Master recording script. © lc 6—11— 
46 ; National association of manufacturers 
of the United States of America, New York ; 
C 525 
GEIER, JOHN E. Recitation to Dear diary. 
© lc 6-13-46 ; John E. Geier, New York ; 
C 523. 
GELB, PHILIP. Johnny comes home, a ra- 
dio play by Phillip Gelb and Forrest Barnes. 
(Cavalcade of America, Oct. 22, 1945) © 
lc 1-4-46 ; E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
co., Wilmington, Del. ; D unp. 402. 
GELB, PHILLIP S. The man's in love, an 
original comedy romance in three acts. © 
lc 6-3-46 ; Phillip S. Gelb, Minneapolis ; 
D unp. 3368. 
GELLERT, LAWRENCE. Diggin' the ring. 

See Buttitta, Anthony. 
GELLHORN, MARTHA. Love goes to press, 
a comedy in three acts by Martha Gellhorn 
and Virginia Cowles. © lc 7-11-46 ; Mar- 
tha Gellhorn and Virginia Cowles, London ; 
D unp. 4010. 
GEMINI. See Wallach, Michael. 
GENERAL Benjamin Franklin. See Meta, 

Zachary. 
GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY. 

Lighting that moves merchandise. See 
Jam Handy organization, inc. 

Tipping the scales. Commentary to ac- 
company the silent motion picture. Identi- 
cal to the transcription made during the 
shooting of the film. © lc 10-8-45 : Gen- 
eral electric co., Schenectady, N. Y. ; C 1. 

Wired for life. See Jam Handy organi- 
zation, inc. 
GENERAL FOODS CORPORATION. See 

House of mystery. 
GENERAL MILLS, INC. 

Additions to the family. See Jam Handy 
organization, inc. 

Amyitis plans Elona's death. (The Story 
of the Bible, Daniel sequence) Radio 
script by Adele Seymour. © 3-1-46 ; 2c 
4-29-46 ; General mills, inc., Minneapolis ; 
D pub. 3438. 

Arioch and Elona. (The Story of the 
Bible. Daniel sequences) Radio script by 
Adele Seymour. © 12-7-45 ■ 2c 1-7-46 ; 
General Mills, inc. : Minneapolis ; D pub. 123. 
Daniel in the lions' den. (Light of the 
world, nos. 1611-1615. The story of the 
Bible, Daniel sequence.) Radio broadcast: 
May 20-24, 1946. Script by Adele Seymour. 
© 5-28-46 ; 2c 8-2-46 ; General mills, inc., 
Minneapolis ; D pub. 4361. 

Daniel in the lions' den. (Light of the 
world, nos. 1616-1620. The story of the 



Bible, Daniel sequences) Radio broadcasts 
May 27-31, 1946. Script by Adele Sey- 
mour. © 6-14-46 ; 2c 8-2-46 ; General 
mills, inc., Minneapolis ; D pub. 4362. 

Daniel interprets the dream. ' (The Story 
of the Bible, Daniel sequence) Radio script 
by Adele Seymour. © 2-14-46 ; 2c 4-29-46 ;. 
General mills, -inc., Minneapolis ; D pub. 

Daniel is banished. (The Story of the 
Bible, Daniel sequence) Radio script by 
Adele Seymour. © 4-1-46 ; 2c 4-29-46 ; 
General mills, inc., Minneapolis ; D pub. 
3442. 

David, Mordecai, I. (Light of the world, 
nos. 1631-35. The story of the Bible, Es- 
ther sequence) Radio broadcast : June 
17-21, 1946. Script by Adele Seymour. © 
7-1-46 ; 2c 8-2-46 ; General mills, inc., 
Minneapolis ; D pub. 4365. 

David, Mordecai, II. (Light of the 
world, nos. 1636-40. The story of the Bi- 
ble, Esther sequence) Radio broadcast: 
June 24-28. 1946. Script by Adele Sev- 
mour. © 7-1-46 ; 2c 8-2-46 ; General 
mills, inc., Minneapolis ; D pub. 4366. 

David organizes underground. (Light of 
the world, nos. 1666-1670. The story of 
the Bible, Esther sequence) Radio broad- 
cast : Aug. 5-9, 1946. Script by Adele Sey- 
mour. © 8-26-46 ; 2c 9-30-46 : General 
mills, inc., Minneapolis ; D pub. 5170. 

Elona and Shari reunited. (The Story 
of the Bible, Daniel sequence) Radio script 
by Adele Seymour. © 3-14-46 ; 2c 4-29- 
46 : General mills, inc., Minneapolis ; D pub. 
3441. 

Elona becomes a dancing girl. (The 
Story of the Bible, Daniel sequence) Radio 
script by Adele Seymour. © 1-2-46 ; 2c 
4—29-46 ; General mills, inc., Minneapolis ; 
D pub. 3428. 

Elona hears of Jonathan's death. (The 
Story of the Bible, Daniel sequence) Radio 
script by Adele Seymour. © 1-29-46 ; 2c 
4—29-46 ; General mills, inc. Minneapolis ; 
D pub. 3432. 

Elona in Arioch's home. (The Story of 
the Bible. Daniel sequence) Radio script 
by Adele Seymour. © 1-2-46 ; 2c 4-29-46 ; 
General mills, inc., Minneapolis ; D pub. 
3427. 

Elona makes a bargain. (The story of 
the Bible, Daniel sequence) Radio script 
by Adele Seymour. © 2-14-46 ; 2c 4-29- 
46 : General mills, inc., Minneapolis ; D pub. 
3437. 

Elona marries Jonathan. (The Story of 
the Bible, Daniel sequence) Radio script 
by Adele Seymour. © 4-15-46 : 2c 4-29- 
46 : General mills, inc., Minneapolis ; D pub. 
3445. 

Elona returns to Arioch. (The Story of 
the Bible, Daniel sequence) Radio script 
by Adele Seymour. © 4-15-46 : 2c 4-29- 
46 ; General mills, inc., Minneapolis ; D pub. 
3444. 

Esther chosen queen. (Light of the 
world, nos. 1676-1680. The story of the 
Bible, Esther sequence) Radio broadcast : 
Aug. 19-23, 1946. Script by Adele Sey- 
mour. © 8-30-46 : 2c 9-30-46 : General 
mills, inc., Minneapolis ; D pub. 5172. 

Esther decides to enter contest. (Light 
of the world, nos. 1606-1610. The story 
of the Bible. Esther sequence) Radio 
broadcast : July 8-12. 1946. Script by 
Adele Seymour. © 7-17-46 : 2c 8-2-46 ; 
General mills, inc., Minneapolis ; D pub. 
4368. 

Esther enters contest. (Light of the 
world, nos. 1651-1655. The story of the 
Bible, Esther sequence) Radio broadcast : 
July 15-19. 1946. Script by Adele Sey- 
mour. © 8-7-46 : 2c 9-30-46 : General 
mills, inc., Minneapolis ; D pub. 5167. 



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Hassan aids Elona's escape. (The Story 
of the Bible, Daniel sequence) Radio 
script by Adele Seymour. © 3-1-46 ; 2c 
4-2H-40 ; General mills, inc., Minneapolis ; 
D pub. 3439. 

Hassan makes plans. (The Story of the 
Bible, Daniel sequence) Radio script by 
Adele Seymour. © 1-2-46 ; 2c 4-29-46 ; 
General mills, inc., Minneapolis ; D pub. 
3428 

Hassan takes over. (The Story of the 
Bible. Daniel sequence) Radio script by 
Katherine and Adele Seymour. © 12-7-45 ; 
2c 1-7-46 ; General Mills, inc., Minneapolis ; 
D pub. 124. a , 

House of the women. (Light of the 
world, nos. 1656-60. The story of the 
Bible, Esther sequence) Radio broadcast : 
.Tulv 22-26. 1946. Script by Adele Sey- 
mour. © 8-7-46 ; 2c 9-30-46 ; General 
mills, inc., Minneapolis ; D pub. 5168. 

House of the women — Tutu. (Light of 
the world, nos. 1661-1665. The story of 
the Bible, Esther sequence) Radio broad- 
cast : July 29-Aug. 2. 1946. Script by 
Adele Seymour. © 8-7-46 ; 2c 9-30-46 ; 
General mills, inc., Minneapolis ; D pub. 
5169. 

Jonathan escapes. (The Story of the 
Bible, Daniel sequence) Radio script by 
Adele Seymour. © 1-2-46 ; 2c 4-29-46 ; 
General mills, inc., Minneapolis ; D pub. 
3429. 

Jonathan frees Jorah. (The Story of the 
Bible, Daniel sequence) Radio script by 
Adele Seymour. © 2-14-46 ; 2c 4-29-46 ; 
General mills, inc., Minneapolis ; D pub. 
3435. 

Jonathan goes to Babylon. (The Story of 
the Bible. Daniel sequence) Radio script 
bv Katherine and Adele Seymour. © 12-7- 

45 : 2c 1-7-46 : General Mills, inc., Minne- 
apolis ; D. pub. 122. 

Jonathan joins Hassan. (The Story of 
the Bible, Daniel sequence) Radio script by 
Adele Seymour. © 1-29-46 ; 2c 4-29-46 ; 
General mills, inc., Minneapolis ; D pub. 
3431. 

Jonathan visits Elona. (The Story of 
the Bible. Daniel sequence) Radio script 
bv Adele Seymour. © 1-29-46 ; 2c 4-29-46 ; 
General mills, inc., Minneapolis ; D pub. 
3433. 

King Belshazzar. (Light of the world, 
nos. 1596-1600. The story of the Bible. 
Daniel sequence) Radio broadcast Apr. 29 
to May 3. 1946. Script by Adele Seymour. 
© 5-7-46 : 2c 6-4-46 : General mills, inc., 
Minneapolis : D pub. 3719. 

King Belshazzar slain. (The story of 
the Bible. Daniel sequence) "Light of the 
world, nos. 1601-1605. Radio broadcast 
May 6-10, 1946. Script by Adele Seymour. 
© 5-7-46 : 2c 6-4-46 : General mills, inc., 
Minneapolis ; D pub. 3718. 

King Darius. (Light of the world, nos. 
1606-1610. The story of the Bible, Daniel 
sequence) Radio broadcast : May 13-17, 
1946. Script by Adele Seymour. © 5-28- 

46 ; 2c 8-2-46 ; General mills, inc., Minne- 
apolis ; D pub. 4360. 

The King renews faith in Daniel. (The 
story of the Bible. Daniel sequence) Radio 
script bv Adele Seymour. © 2-14-46 ; 2c 
4-29-46 : General mills, inc., Minneapolis ; 
D pub. 3436. 

King Xerxes and the City of Susa. (Light 
of the world, nos. 1621-25. The story of 
the Bible. Esther sequence) Radio broad- 
cast : June 3-7, 1946. Script by Adele Sey- 
mour. © 6-14-46: 2c 8-2-46: General, 
mills, inc., Minneapolis : D pub. 4363. 

The miracle of the fiery furnace. (The 
Story of the Bible. Daniel sequence) Radio 
script by Adele Seymour. © 4-1-46 ; 2c 



4-29-46 ; General mills, inc., Minneapolis ; 
D pub. 3443. 

Nebuchadnezzar goes mad. (The Story 
of the Bible, Daniel sequence) Radio script 
by Adele Seymour. © 4-15-46 ; 2c 4-29-46 f 
General mills, inc., Minneapolis ; D pub. 
3446. 

Omar. (Light of the world, nos. 1641-45. 
The story of the Bible, Esther sequence) 
Radio broadcast : July 1-5, 1946. Script by 
Adele Seymour. © 7-17-46 ; 2c 8-2-46 ; 
General mills, inc., Minneapolis ; D pub. 
4367. 

Princess Lana of Persia. (The Story of 
the Bible, Daniel sequence) Radio script by 
Adele Seymour. © 3-14-46 ; 2c 4-29-46 ; 
General mills, inc., Minneapolis ; D pub. 
3440. 

Queen Vashti. (Light of the world, nos. 
1626-1630. The story of the Bible, Esther 
sequence) Radio broadcast : June 10-14,. 
1946. Script by Adele Seymour. © 6-14- 
46 ; 2c 8-2-46 ; General mills, inc., Min- 
neapolis ; D pub. 4364. 

Reign of Belshazzar. (Light of the world,, 
nos. 1591-1595. The story of the Bible. 
Daniel sequence) Radio broadcast : Apr. 22 
to 26, 1946. Script by Adele Seymour. © 
5-3-46 ; 2c 6-4-46 ; General mills, inc., 
Minneapolis ; D pub. 3720. 

The story of the Bible. Radio programs 
in this series will be found under their in- 
dividual titles. 

Xerxes interviews Esther. (Light of the 
world, nos. 1671-1675. The story of the 
Bible, Esther sequence) Radio broadcast: 
Aug. 12-16, 1946. Script by Adele Seymour. 
© 8-26-46 ; 2c 9-30-46 ; General mills, inc.. 
Minneapolis ; D pub. 5171. 
GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION. 

They look to you. See Jam Handy organi- 
zation, inc. 
GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION. 
Chevrolet motor division. 

Help needed ! See Jam Handy organi- 
zation, inc. 

Induction and training of personnel. See 
Jam Handy organization, inc. 

The opportunity of a lifetime. See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 

Selection and employment of personnel. 
See Jam Handy organization, inc. 

What the customer thinks. See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 
GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION. 
Frigidaire division. 

ABC's of servicing Frigidaire electric 
ranges. See Jam Handy organization, inc. 

The best for everything ! See Jam Handy 
organization, inc. 

Cold facts on home freezers. See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 

Four fundamentals of a quality dealer. 
See Jam Handy organization, inc. 

Fred Brown — prospector. See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 

How to hold sales meetings. See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 

The replacement market. See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 

Selecting Frigidaire salesmen. See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 

Selling Frigidaire kitchens. See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 

Supervising individual salesmen. See 
Jam Handy organization, inc. 

Winning your place on the iteam. See 
Jam Handy organization, inc. 
GENERAL Sir Hector MacDonald. See 

Fowler, Jack Beresford. 
THE GENERAL'S wife. See Kent, Priscilla. 
GENESIS I. 27. See Meyer, Annie Nathan. 
LE GENIE de la Bastille. See Fauchois, Rene* 
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GENIUS for breakfast. See Poston, Richard 
Dale. 

A GENIUS or two. See Winston, Perry Low- 
ell. 

GENOVA, ANGELO P. When were you 
born? Were you ever married? See 
Ressler, Harry C. 

GENOVESE, MICHAEL ANGELO. 

A star has fallen, a four act drama with 
song poems. Text only. © 10-21—46 ; 
Michael Angelo Genovese, Brooklyn ; D unp. 
5587. 

Three crosses on Calvary, a play in three 
acts, with four hymns and fourteen scenes. 
Text only. © lc 11-8-46 : Michael Geno- 
vese, Brooklyn ; D unp. 5889. 

THE GENTLE heart. See Houston, Gemma 
d'Auria. 

THE GENTLE rain. See 
Conklin, Byron Edward. 
Monroe. Florence Mae. 

THE GENTLEMAN. See Stern, Monroe. 

THE GENTLEMAN from London. See The 
Lone Ranger. No. 2167-1392. 

THE GENTLEMAN from Moscow. See Mur- 
phy, John Francis. 

GEORGE, CHARLES. 

Aunt Martha marches on, a farce comedy 
in three acts. Minneapolis, Denison ; [etc., 
19461 92 p. diagr. 18 cm. (Denison's 
royalty plays) © 11-15-46 ; 2c 11-18-46 ; 
T. S. Denison & CO.. Minneapolis ; D pub. 
5999. 

Beware of widows, a comedy in one act. 
Boston, Drama guild publishers [1946] 37 
p. diagr. 19 % cm. (Drama guild plays) 
© 12-5-46 ; 2c 12-14-46 : Drama guild 
publishers, Boston ; D pub. 6565. 

Evening star, a comedy drama in one act. 
Minneapolis, Northwestern press. cl946. 
30 p. 19 cm. © 10-9-46 : 2c 10-11-46 ; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis ; D pub. 
5290. 

Kitty Kearney from Killarney, a comedy 
in three acts. Chicago, Denison ; [etc., 
1946] 89 p. 18 cm. Denison's royaltv 
plays) © 10-25-46 ; 2c 10-28-46 : T. S. 
Denison & co., Minneapolis ; D pub. 5714. 

Little Dolly Dollars, a farce-comedy in 
three acts. New York, French ; [etc.] 
C1946. 83 p. diagr. 18y 2 cm. © 3-13- 
46 ; 2c 6-23-46 ; Samuel French, New York ; 
D pub. 3711. 

Miggles, a different one act play. Bos- 
ton, Drama guild publishers [1946] 35 p. 
diagr. 19% cm. (Drama guild plays) © 
12-5-46 : 2c 12-14-46 : Drama guild pub- 
lishers ; Boston ; D pub. 6567. 

Miss Posey from Poseyville. a comedy in 
three acts. New York, French : [etc.l 
C1945. 86 p. diagr. 19 cm. © 7-27-45 : 
2c 2-6-46 ; Samuel French, New York ; D 
pub. 586. 

My best girl, a musical comedy. T^xt 
and vocal score, parts. © lc 2-27-46 ; Wal- 
ter H. Baker co., Boston ; D unp. 1020. ; 

The night before Christmas, a Christmas 
operetta in one act ; , libretto, lyrics and 
music, by Charles George. Chicago, Deni- 
son [etc., 1946] 56 p. 26 cm. (Deni- 
son's onerettas) © 12-5-46 : 2c 12-9-46 ; 
T. S. Denison & co., Minneapolis ; D pub. 
1126. 

Pinafore, a half-hour version of Gilbert 
and Sullivan's nautical comic opera, con- 
densed and arranged bv Charlps George. 
Boston, Baker's plays: [etc.. 19461 26 p. 
18% cm. (Baker's plays for amateurs) 
© 8-21-46 : 2c 8-26-46 : Walter H. Baker 
co.. Boston : D pub. 4773. 

The slow-poke : a comedy drama in three 

acts, bv David Duncan [pscnrM. Boston. 

Baker's plays: [etc.l [1945] 113 p. 

diagr. 18V, cm. © 1-25-46: 2c 2-5-46; 

Walter H. Baker co., Boston : D unp. 530. 



Waltz time ; a modern musical comedy 
in two acts. Book, lyrics and music. Chi- 
cago, Denison [etc., c 1945, i. e. 1946] 107 
p. 26 cm. © 1-7-46 ; 2c 1-14-46 ; T. S. 
Denison & co., Minneapolis ; D pub. 1004. 

GEORGE and Martha in Washington. See 
Moore, Ruth Easley. 

GEORGE Carrol, case history. See Parker, 
Sam. Dr. Parker presents Out of the dark. 

GEORGE comes to stay. See Edson, Wesley. 

GEORGE Haven's secret. See The Green 
Hornet. No. 739. 

GEORGE Washington's sovereign thesis. See 
Cauble, S. J. 

GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY. Sascha 
calls the Kremlin. See Monaghan, Leo. 

GEORGIE meets David and Goliath. See 
Weston, Frances Stevens. 

GERLETTE, ANNE. Physician in spite of 
himself, a modern translation and adapta- 
tion of Moliere's play in three acts, by Anne 
Gerlette and George Voskovec. © lc 8-27- 
46 : George Voskovec, New York ; D unp. 
4719. 

GERLINGER, IRENE HAZARD. Pageant of 
the mistresses of the White House. Nar- 
rator's story. © lc 1-7-46; Irene Hazard 
Gerlinger, Portland, Or. ; C 127. 

THE GERMAN story. See Marks, Leo David. 

GERSHE, IRVING. Homeland, a play in ten 
scenes. © lc 11-19-46 ; Irving Gershe, 
Brooklyn : D imp; 5990. 

GERSHE, LEONARD. Hand in hand, a mu- 
sical comedy in two acts based on a one act 
play by Thelma Terry. Music by Dean 
Fuller, book and lyrics by Leonard Gershe. 
Text only. © lc 9-3-46 ; Leonard Gershe, 
New York : D unp. 5384. 

GERSON, NOEL B. 

Long upon the land, a play in three acts. 
© lc 12-29-46 ; Noel B. Gerson, New York ; 
D unp. 6698. 

Success story. Radio script no. 1. © 
lc 4-25-46 ; Guy Sorel, New York ; D unp. 
2833 

GERSTAD. JOHN LEIF. 

Monday mourning, a new play by John 
L. Gerstad and James Lee. © lc 3-8-46 : 
John Leif Gerstad and James Henderson 
Lee. New York : D unp. 977. 

You sneak, a new plav in three acts. 
© lc 3-8-46 ; John Leif Gerstad, New York ; 
D unp. 969. 

GERSTENBERG, ALICE. Port of Chicago, 
a play in seven scenes by Alice Gergtenberg 
and Herma Clark. © lc 1-7-46 ; Alice 
Gerstenberg and Herma Clark. Chicago ; new 
matter : revision ; D unp. 178. Prev. reg. 
When Chicago was young, 8-13—43 ; D unp. 
85298. 

GERTIE goes "plain." See London, Peggy. 

GESTAPO. See Him, Edith. 

DIE GESTOHLENEN ATOMBOMBEN. See 
Faludi, Henry F. 

GESU nella passione. See Longo, Luigi. 

GET a load of this. See Bauer, Eileen Marie 
Cosgriff. 

GET me home. See Wolpert. Roland Howard. 

GET out and push. See Phillips, Irving. 

GETO. ALFRED DAVID. 

The nook ; or. The Pocohantas plate. A 
play in three acts by Alfred D. Geto, adapted 
from a story by Roy Post. © lc 11-2—45 ; 
Alfred David Geto and Roy Post, New York ; 
D unp. 7. s 

Promised land : or, The man from Polnnd, 
a plav in two acts. © lc 7-11-46 ; Alfred 
David Geto. Bronx, N. Y. : D unp. 4007. 

We trap rats, a radio play. © lc 
6-12-46 : Alfred David Geto, Bronx, N. Y. ; 
D mm. 3517. 

GETTING ideas across. See Vocafilm corpo- 
ration. 

GETTING Ma Gibbs married. See Rosten, 
Robert. 



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GETTING rid of Peggy. See Forde, Margaret. 

GETTING the right start. See Vocafilm Cor- 
poration. 

GEYER, CORNELL AND NEWELL, INC. 
Holiday for music. Radio program no. 1, 
Apr. 3, 1946. © lc 5-7-46 ; Geyer, Cornell 
ft Newell, inc., New York ; C 417. 

THE GHASTLY frustration of Claude Sharp. 
See Levin, Stanford Marvin. 

GHOLSON. RUSSELL B. Kilroy is back. 
See Reynolds, Joseph Maynard. 

THE GHOST and the Cisco Kid. See The 
Cisco Kid. No. 114A. 

THE GHOST of Elsinore. See MacKaye, 
Percy. 

GHOST of Gilson cove. See House of mystery, 
Dec. 22, 1945. 

THE GHOST on the flying trapeze. See 
House of mystery, Apr. 6, 1946. 

THE GHOST on the tracks. See House of 
mystery, Feb. 2, 1946. 

THE GHOST-RIDDEN doctor. See Dr. Chris- 
tian. No. 396. 

THE GHOST without a face. See The 
Shadow, Mar. 10, 1946. 

THE GHOST wore a silver slipper. See The 
Shadow, Apr. 7, 1946. 

THE GHOST wore white. See Rose, Le Roma. 

THE GHOSTLY sonata. See House of mys- 
tery, Jan. 26, 1946. 

GHOSTS, source title. See VonHarden, Lew. 
Robert Lee Alving. 

GIACHERO, WILLIAM DELISLE. Fog or 
no fog, a melodrama of the sea by Paul 
Devron [pseud.] © lc 8-10-46: William 
DeLisie Giachero, New York ; D unp. 4517. 

GIBBONS, WILLIS A. Bouncing molecules. 
New York Philharmonic-symphony inter- 
mission feature. Broadcast Mar. 10, 1946. 
© lc 3-22-46 ; United States rubber co., 
New York ; C 324. 

GIBNEY, MORGAN W. See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 
By which we live. 
Honeymoon detour. 
The house of Goodyear. 
Project X. 
The step ahead. 

GIBSON, THOMAS VICTOR. King size, a 
three-act comedy-drama for stage presenta- 
tion, motion picture, or radio, by Tom 
Gibson. © lc 10-14-46 ; Thomas Victor 
Gibson, Hollywood ; D unp. 5395. 

GIBSON, WILL. A cry of players„a play in 
three acts. © lc 10-21-46 ; Will Gibson, 
Topeka, Kan. ; D unp. 5551. 

GIDLEY, LELA E. One brief moment. See 
Lynn. Joseph G. 

A GIFT for the Christmas Princess. See 
Thalimar, Florence Lance. 

THE GIFT from the gods. See Demarest, 
Daniel. 

GIFT of the forest. See Wolfe, Jeanette. 

GIL, FEDREICO GUILLERMO. The house of 
Bernarda Alba. See Lorca, Federico Garcia. 

GILBERT, BERTHA JONES. 

Old Number 1-8-7. Radio script. 

© lc 1-20-46 ; Bertha Jones Gilbert, 

Ottumwa, la. ; D unp. 678. 

GILBERT, HILDA. See Sylvaine, Hilda 
Gilbert. 

GILBERT, LEE. See Gilbert, Leon M. 

GILBERT, LEON M. The blue panda, by 
Lee Gilbert. A dream play with one setting 
in two acts and an epilogue. © lc 3—22-46 ; 
Leon M. Gilbert, San Francisco ; D unp. 
2207. 

GILBERT, LOUIS N. Queen Esther, an 
operetta, in two scenes. Libretto type- 
written with 1 sheet of music attached. 
© lc 3-28-46 ; Louis N. Gilbert, Provi- 
dence ; D unp. 1039. 

GILBERT, LUNDI, pseud. See Hoffman, 
Marie Lundi Gilbert. 



GILBERT, ROBERT, Drei von der Donau. 

See Stolz, Robert. 
GILBERT, SIR WILLIAM SCHWENCK.- 

Gilbert and Sullivan in song and story. 
See Terry, Warren Lee. 

H. M. S. Pinafore. See Sullivan, Sir 
Arthur Seymour. 

Pinafore. See George, Charles. 

GILBERT and Sullivan in song and story. 
See Terrv, Warren Lee. 

GILCHRIST, HENRIETTA. Race hatred and. 
prejudiceness. Address. © lc 11—15—46 ; 
Henrietta Gilchrist, Chicago ; C 982. 

GILNER, ELIAS. Resistance ; or, Forbidden 
shore. A drama in two acts, four scenes. 
© lc 12-16-46 ; Elias Gilner, Brooklyn ; D 
unp. 6597. 

GINGRICH, HAROLD. 

Best man. Radio program no. 1. © lc 

6-2-46 ; Harold Gingrich, Chicago ; C 467. 

One for the book. Audition script no. 1. 

© lc 5-15-46 ; Harold Gingrich, Chicago ; 

C 429. 

Post office. Audition script no. 1. © lc 
1-1-46 ; Harold Gingrich, Chicago ; C 23. 

Tip the scales. Audition script nos. 3, 4. 
© Harold Gingrich, Chicago. No. 3, © lc 
7-24-46 ; C 600. No. 4, © lc 9-16-46 ; 
C 689. 

GINN, JEANETTE, pseud. See Weintraub, 
Jane. 

GINNES, A. S. See 

Exploring the unknown. 
Murder at midnight. 

GINSBURG, BERNARD MATTHEW. A girl's 
best friend, a musical comedy in two acts 
by Bernard Matthew and Ralph Berton. Text 
only. © lc 6-27-46 ; Bernard Matthew 
Ginsburg and Ralph Berton, New York ; D 
unp. 3786. 

G1NTY, ELIZABETH B. Of famous memory, 
a play in three acts. © lc 3-8-46 ; Eliza- 
beth B. McGinty, New York ; D unp. 790. 

GIRAUDOX, JEAN. 

La folle de Chaillot ; piece en deux actes. 
Paris, Grasset [1946] [13]-185 p. col. 
front., col. pi. 18y 2 cm . © 3-6-46 ; lc 
5-8-46 ; Editions Bernard Grasset, Paris ; D 
pub. 4159. 

No war in Troy, a play in two acts 
adapted by George Dillon from the French 
play, La guerre-de Troie n'aura pas lieu. 
© lc 7-9-46 ; George Dillon, Richmond ; new 
matter ; minor revisions throughout ; D unp. 
3928. Prev. reg. 9-25-39, D unp. 66032. 

A GIRL for Gilson. See Byrne, John Joseph. 

A GIRL for me. See Hyde, Mary Morley 
Crapo. 

GIRL from the East. See The Lone Ranger. 
No. 2145-1370. 

GIRL in the newspaper store. See Gordon, 
Sada. 

THE GIRL in the tube. See Aklom, Mikhail. 

THE GIRL mystic. See Holland, Clifford H. 

GIRL of the moment. See Klein, Lillian M. 

GIRL SCOUTS. The unhappy Echo. See 
Price, Edith Ballinger. 

GIRL trouble. See Dr. Christian. No. 367. 

THE GIRL with golden gauntlets. See Dr. 
Christian. No. 378. 

GIRL with turban. See Guild, Helene Heath- 
cote. Children in art. 

THE GIRL with two faces. , See Spence, W. 
Wall. 

GIRLS are like that. See Stone, James Floyd. 

A GIRL'S best friend. See Ginsburg, Ber- 
nard Matthew. 

GIRLS will be — . See Kussell, Daniel. 

GIROUETTE. See Nivoix, Paul. 

GIUSTI, ARNDT. Personal problem, a com- 
edy in three acts. © lc 10-4-46 ; Arndt 
Giusti, San Francisco ; D unp. 5208. 

GIVE it to the girls. See Tell, Pincus W. 

GIVE me liberty. See Hogan, Frank. 



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pt. r, n. s. 



GLASS, EVERETT. The Little Red Hen. A 

play in four scenes from the library of The 

association of the junior leagues of America, 

inc. Chicago, Dramatic publishing co. 
[1946] 26 p. 18% cm. © 9-14-46; 2c 

9-26-46 ; Everett Glass, Berkeley, Calif. ; 

D pub. 5111. 
THE GLASS. See Perl, Arnold. 
THE GLASS slipper. See Shayeson, Frances 

Emilie. 
GLASSMAN, JOYCE ALICE. 

A fairy prank, a play in two acts by 

Joyce Alice Ross. © lc 1-28-46 ; Joyce 

Alice Glassman, New York ; D unp. 441. 
The golden Easter egg, a play in three 

acts by Joyce Alice Ross. © lc 1-28—46 ; 

Joyce Alice Glassman, New York ; D unp. 

439. 

A Patience's Christmas, a play in four 

scenes by Joyce Alice Ross. © lc 1—28-46 ; 

Joyce Alice Glassman, New York ; D unp. 

440. 
GLAZER, BENJAMIN. Carousel. See Rod- 

gers, Richard. 
GLEAN the sheaves. See Dugan, John 

Thomas. 
GLENNON, John O'Leary. 

The unwanted Mr. Zilch. Radio script. 

© lc 11-25-46 ; John O'Leary Glennon, 

Jackson Heights, N. Y. ; D unp. 6217. 
Who's got the button. A collection of 

dramatic compositions for a review. © lc 

5—29—46 ; John O'Leary Glennon, Jackson 

Heights, N. Y. ; D unp. 3336. 
GLICK, CARL. The man with the glass head. 

See Bannister, Albert. 
GLISSANDO. See Davis, Luther. 
GLOBAL-FASHIONS. See Merwin, Grace 

Haskins. • 

THE GLORIOUS tragedy of life. See Hoerger, 

Frederick F. 
THE GLORY of children. See Legere, Marcia. 
GLORY train. See Murder at midnight. No. 

47. 
GLORYA. S-ee Markowitz, Mildred. 
GLOVER, GEORGE. The queen of romance. 

See Higgin, Clifford. 
GLOVER, RANDAL. The queen of romance. 

See Higgin, Clifford. 
GLUECK, SHELDON. 

The queen versus Holland, a radio script. 

© lc 9-11-46 ; Sheldon Glueck, Cambridge, 

Mass. ; D uhp. 4859. 

When will they grow up, a dramatic fable 

of our times, with music, in three acts. 

Text only. © lc 8-25^6 ; Sheldon Glueck, 

Cambridge, Mass. ; D unp. 5429. 
GO make you ready. See Jeayes, Allan. 
GODDARD, GLADYS L. Know your onions, 

a three act comedy by G. L. Goddard and 

L. H. Barker. © lc 10-3-46 ; Gladys L. 

Goddard and Lois H. Barker, Englewood, 

Col. ; D unp. 5183. 
THE GODS at home. See Samachson, Joseph. 
GOD'S happiest man. See Marks, Leonard. 
GODS over Broadway. See Dottini, Louis A. 
GOETZ, AUGUSTUS. 

The doctor's daughter. See Goodman, 

Ruth. 

Washington Square. See Goodman, Ruth. 
GOETZ, AUSTIN. 

Cash and Carrie, a fantastic comedy in 

three acts. Boston, Baker's plays : [etc., 

1946] 96 p. 19 cm. (Baker's royalty 

plays) © 8-7-46; 2c 8-8-46; Walter H. 

Baker co., Boston ; D pub. 4534. 

I'll be seeing you, a comedy in three acts 

by Kathleen O'Neill [pseud.] Boston, Bak- 
er's plays ; [etc., 1946] 94 p. diagr. 19 

cm. (Baker's royalty plays) © 9-28-46 ; 

2c 10-3-46 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston ; 

D pub. 5315. 

Nice going, a comedy in three acts by 

Kathleen O'Neill [pseud.] Boston, Baker's 

plays ; [etc., 1946] 84 p. diagr. 19 cm. 



© 10-24-46 ; 2c 10-25-46 ; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston ; D pub. 5671. 

Out of this world, a mystery farce in 
three acts by Kathleen O'Neill [pseud.] 
Boston, Baker's plays ; [etc., 1946] 92 p. 
diaecr. 19 cm. © 10-15-46; 2c 10-16-46; 
Walter H. Baker co , Boston ; D pub. 5668. 
Thank your lucky stars, a comedy in three 
acts. Boston, Baker's plavs ; [etc., 1946] 
87 p. diagr. 19 cm.' © 10-17-46 ; 2c 10- 
18-46 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston ; D pub. 
5670. 

Who's a sissy? Dayton, O., Paine [1946] 
102 p. diagr. 18% cm. © 9-3-46 ; 2c 
9-5-46 ; Paine publishing co., Dayton, O. ; 
D pub. 4806. 

GOHEEN, MARGARET R. • 

Men and models, a dramatico-musical in 
three acts ; music by Margaret R. Goheen, 
words by Le Roy Hale. Text and music on 
separate leaves. © lc 6-21-46 ; Margaret R. 
Goheen, Tacoma, Wash. ; D unp. 1087. 

GOING home. See Applebaum, Eli. 

GOING places ! See Jam Handy organiza- 
tion, inc. 

GOING up. See Kernan, Philip Aloysius. 

GOING your way. See Jam Handy' organiza- 
tion, inc. 

THE GOLD-BUG. See Garrigus, Frederick. 
You're on the air. 

THE GOLD coast. See Bailey, William A. 

GOLD for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco Kid. 
No. 41A. 

GOLD isn't everything. See Priest, Robert W. 

THE GOLD King. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
20^*8—1253 

A GOLD mine for the Cisco Kid. See The 
Cisco Kid. No. 64A. 

GOLD on the sea. See Mower, Jeanne. 

GOLDBAUM, PETER. Edgar and Alice, a 
play in three acts by Peter Goldbaum and 
Robin Short, based on August S'trindberg's 
Dodsdansen. © lc 10-14-46; Peter Gold- 
baum and Robin Short, Hollywood ; D unp. 
5877. 

GOLDBERG, MILTON BRUCE. The incredi- 
ble Kilroy. See Pike, James Albert. 

GOLDBERG, RONALD H. Aladdin's lamp. 
Radio script. © lc 10-17-46 : Ronald H. 
Goldberg, Brooklyn ; D unp. 5955. 

GOLDEN. ALFRED L. 'S wonderful. See 
Thurschwell, Harrv T. 

GOLDEN, JOHN. Dead to rights, a farce in 
one act. New York, French ; [etc., 1945] 
19 p. 18% cm. © 12-1-45 ; 2c 2-6-46 ; 
Samuef French, New York ; D pub. 582. 

GOLDEN, MYRON MARC. 

The dizzy Drakes. Radio script no. 1. 
© lc 1-14-46 : Myron Marc Golden, Chi- 
cago ; D unp. 201. 

. Mamie and the major. Radio program. 
© Mvron Marc Golden, Chicago. 

No. 1-2. © lc 1-14-46 ; D unp. 202. 
No. 35. © lc 1-14-46 ; D unp. 199. 
The world of Claudia Wells. Radio pro- 
gram. © Myron Marc Golden, Chicago. 
No. 1-2. © lc 1-14-46 ; D unp. 203. 
No. 25. © lc 1-14-46 ;,D unp. 200. 

THE GOLDEN Easter egg. See Glassman, 
Joyce Alice. 

THE GOLDEN fleecing. See Gottesman, 
Frederick. 

THE GOLDEN horseshoe. -See Piatt, Helen. 

THE GOLDEN valley. See Reisewitz, Ellen 
Anna. 

THE GOLDEN violet. See Turnev, Catherine. 

GOLDFINGER, MIRIAM FRANCES. Da- 
vida, a play in three acts. © lc 5-7-46 ; 
Miriam Frances Goldfinger. Jersey Citv ; 
D unp. 2954. 

THE GOLDFISH castle. See Reich, Dore. 

GOLDMAN, MICHAEL LOUIS. Not accord- 
ing to plan, a play in 22 scenes. © lc 
12-31-45 : Michael Louis Goldman, Ala- 
meda, Calif. ; D unp. 54. 



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GOLDONI, CARLO. 

La bottega da caffe, source title. See 
Zoff, Otto. Das kaffeehaus and Venetian 
folly. 

The dancing party ; or, The devil take 
her. A comedy in three acts, translated and 
adapted bv Phyllis Wheelock and Mary 
Manning. © lc 1-1S-46 ; Phyllis de K. 
Wheelock (Mrs. J. H. Wheelock) and Mary 
Manning Howe (Mrs. Mark Howe), New 
York ; D unp. 256. 

GOLDREGEN. See Ropner. Manfried. 

GOLDSMITH, BETTY HART. Many happy 
returns. A day in three acts. © lc 4-5- 
46 ; Bettv Hart Goldsmith, Rochester, N. Y. ; 
D unp. 3387. 

GOLDSTEIN, EMMA. A Capitol fling. A 
musical farce in eight scenes ; book and 
lyrics by June Kaye [pseud.], music by 
Emma Gould [pseud.] Text and music on 
separate leaves. © lc 10-20—44 ; Maury 
Kolskv, Philadelphia ; D unp. 76360. 

GOLDSTEINS, — . -See The Lone Ranger. 

GOLDTOOTH Sadie. See Hammerman, Dan. 

GOLENPAUL, DAN. See Information please. 

GOLT, THOMAS H. Love is an accident. 
See Daniels, Perris. 

G6MEZ, ABELARDO LUIS. The eagle of 
liberty. Translation of La epopeya de Am- 
erica, or El aguila de la libertad, by Abe- 
lardo L. Gomez. Translated by Alfred Levy 
Lyon. Screenplay. © lc 8-19-46 ; Abe- 
lardo Luis Gomez Castaneda, Havana ; D 
unp. 4608. 

GOMEZ, ENRIQUE ARAYA. The better 
world, a play in three acts. © lc 4—10-46 ; 
Enrique Araya Gomez, Santago, Chile ; D 
unp. 4335. 

GOMSRUD, ARTHUR A. Double up, a farce 
in three acts. © lc 6—8—46 ; Arthur A. 
Gomsrud, Bronxville, N. Y. ; D unp. 3482. 

GONDELL, HARRY. Job on our hands, a 
play in three acts. © lc 8-25-46 ; Harry 
Gondell, Los Angeles ; D unp. 4720. 

GONE today. See Finch, Robert Voris. 

GONZALEZ GONZALEZ, JOSE ANTONIO. 

Tia Matilde, comedia en dos actos. © lc 

11-7—46 ; Jose Antonio Gonzalez Gonzalez, 

Rio Piedras, P. R. ; D unp. 6038. 
GOOD, RICHARD JAMES. Change of heart, 

a comedy in three acts. © lc 6-27-46 ; 

Richard James Good, Bedford, O. ; D unp. 

3775. 
GOOD. ROSCOE WAYNE. 

Delirium ; or, Now come George. 

in three acts. © lc 11-22-46 ; 

Wayne Good, Pasadena, Calif. ; D unp. 6101 
We are the dead, a play in eight acts. 

© lc 8-18-46 ; Roscoe W. Good, Pasadena, 

Calif. : D unp. 4618. 
GOOD clean fun. See Sands, Alan S. 
GOOD fishing off Cotue. See Porter 

Albert. 

GOOD intentions. See Gaver, Claude H. 
GOOD morning, Aleoh ! See Katz, Aleph. 
GOOD morning, darling. See Melford, Austin. 

Your face is familiar and other sketches. 

Moskowitz, Harry. 
GOOD neighbor in deed series. See Eagan, 

Lois R. 
THE GOOD old days. See Mogle, William. 
A GOOD trick if you can do it. See The 

Sheriff. No. 106. 
THE GOOD young man. See Home, Kenneth. 
GOOD-BYE Victoria. See Palmer, Winthrop 

Bushnell. 
GOODE, GERALD. Gala premiere, a play in 

three acts. © lc 11-14-46 ; Gerald Goode, 

New York ; D unp. 6541. 
GOODHEW. JONATHAN GEORGE. 

The better half, a comedy in three acts. 

© lc 11-18-46 ; Jonathan Goodhew, Pasa- 
dena, Calif. ; D unp. 5989. 



A play 
Roscoe 



Rose 



Venus and Jeremiah. 
Three falls for stuff. 



Mr. Lucifer, a comedy in three acts. © 
lc 3—26-46 ; Jonathan George Goodhew, 
Pasadena, Calif. ; new matter : revision ; 
D unp. 2232. Prev. reg. 12-12-45 ; D unp. 
96399. 

GOODMAN, ARTHUR. In heaven and earth, 
a play in three acts by Arthur Goodman 
and A. Washington Pezet. © lc 7-6-46 ; 
Arthur Goodman and A. W. Pezet, Woodside, 
N. Y. ; D unp. 4169. 

GOODMAN, HASKELL, pseud. See Goodman, 
Herman. 

GOODMAN, HERMAN. 
See Lauren, Fredda. 

GOODMAN, LEHMAN. 
See Pole, Frances. 

GOODMAN, RANDOLPH. Hudden and Dud- 
den and Donald O'Neary, a dramatic com- 
position in one scene. © lc 6—7—46 ; Ran- 
dolph Goodman, New York ; D unp. 3453. 

GOODMAN, RUTH. 

The doctor's daughter, a play in three 
acts by Ruth Goodman nad Augustus Goetz. 
© lc 12-31-45 ; Ruth Goodman and Au- 
gustus Goetz, New York ; D unp. 12. 

Washington Square, a play in three acts 
by Ruth Goodman and Augustus Goetz, based 
on the novel by Henry James. © lc 9- 
20-46 ; Ruth Goodman and Augustus Goetz, 
New York ; D unp. 4975. 

GOODMAN, VERA. And now the children, a 
radio script by Vera Goodman and Elizabeth 
Freilicher. © lc 5-1-46 ; Vera Goodman 
and Elizabeth Freilicher, Brooklyn ; D unp. 
2944. 

GOODNESS, Washington is sad. See Berger, 
Marshall William. 

GOODWIN, NANCY. 

Of men and music. See Morrow, Timo- 
thy T. 
Scout session. See Morrow, Timothy T.' 

Tin Pan alley of the air. For radio scripts 
in this series see Tin Pan alley of the air. 

GOODYEAR, ELIZABETH. Widow's walk, a 
play in three acts by Elizabeth Goodyear 
and Philip Huston. © lc 10-4-46 ; Eliza- 
beth Goodyear, New York ; new matter : com- 
pletely rewritten script ; D unp. 5207. Prev. 
reg. Surinam trade, 12-4-42 ; D unp. 82775. 

GORDON HOMER. See Wilding picture pro- 
ductions, inc. 
Engines for superbombers. 
Facts that sell. 
Faith in the future. 
S'ave 'em with service. 
Sales conditioning. 
Top notch selling. 

GORDON, KURTZ, pseud, 
don. 

GORDON, LAURETTA. 
Scheyer, Paul. 

GORDON, RUTH. Born yesterday. See Ka- 
nin, Garson. 

GORDON, SADA. 

Girl in the newspaper store. Monologue. 
© lc 10-28-46 ; Sada Gordon, New York ; 
C 908. 

Irish lady in the park. Monologue. © lc 

10-28-46 ; Sada Gordon, New York ; C 904. 

Italian vegetable woman. Monologue. © 

lc 10-28-46 ; Sada Gordon, New York ; C 

907. 

Lady in refined boarding-house. Mono- 
logue. © lc 10-28-46 ; Sada Gordon, New 
York ; C 905. 

Lady in Second avenue restaurant. 
Monologue. © lc 10-28-46 ; Sada Gordon, 
New York; C 906. 

GORDON, SHELBY. 

Concerto, a radio drama by Shelby Gor- 
don and Norm Karel. © lc 4-8-46 ; Nor- 
man Karel and Shelby Gordon, CarmeL 
Calif. : D unp. 2485. 

Cookin' with gas, a radio script by Shelby 
Gordon and Norman Karel. © lc 4-8-46, 



See Kurtz, C. Gor- 



Bedeviled. 



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GORDON, SHELBY— Con. 

Shelby Gordon and Norman Karel, Carmel, 
Cal. ; D unp. 2530. 

Johnny comes marching, a radio script. 
© lc 4-8-46 ; Shelby Gordon, Carmel, Cat ; 
D unp. 2522. 

The things they love. See Karel, Norm. 

GORDON, SIDNEY. Try later. See Hagan, 
Thomas. 

THE GORDON DRESS-UP QUIZ. (Radio 
program) Scripts in this series are by 
Craig E. Dennison advertising agency, inc. 
© Craig E. Dennison advertising agency, 
inc., Chicago. 

Mar. 20, 1946. © lc 7-17-46 ; D unp. 
4110. 

May 15, 1946. © lc 7-17-46 ; D unp. 
4111. 

June 5, 1946. © lc 7-17-46 ; D unp. 
4112. 

June 26, 194fl. © lc 7-17-46; D unp. 
413 3. 

'GORDONI, LILLA. Let's swap ideas, radio 
script broadcast July 16, 1946. © lc 10- 
16-46 ; Lilla Gordoni, Atlantic City ; D unp. 
5686. 

GORDUN, JACK. See Murder at midnight. 

GORDUN, JACK HARRIS". See Gordun, 
Jacob Harris. 

GORDUN, JACOB HARRIS. 

She's from the country. See Weil, Rob- 
ert Edward. 

Sleepy Hollow. See Weil, Robert Edward. 

THE GORGE and the Cisco Kid. See The 
Cisco Kid. No. 112A. 

GORILLA man. See The Shadow, Apr. 21, 
1946. 

GORMAINE, EARL. The mail team. See 
Challenge of the Yukon. No. 414. 

GORMICK, CLAIRE WERTHER. Mama takes 
a spouse, a play in three acts. © lc 1-20- 
46 ; Claire Werther Gormick, Bronx, N. Y. ; 
D unp. 266. 

GORTON, ALFRED. At the borderline, a 

drama in three acts, based on the German 

plav, Der weibsteufel, by Karl Schonherr. 

- © ic 5-23-46 ; Alfred Gorton, New York ; 

D unp. 3268. 

GOSDEN. FREEMAN F. See The Amos n' 
Andv show. 

GOSTA, JAN MARCEL. Riot in Brooklyn, 
a farce comedy in three acts by Dick Allen 
[pseud] © lc 3-5-46 : Jan Marcel Gosta, 
New York ; D unp. 2177. 

GOSTANIAN, VICTORIA. The flight of the 
swallows. See Servantzdiantz, Vagharshag 
M. 

GOSTONY, ADAM. Susanna and the elders, 
a play in three acts based on the Bible story. 
© lc 5-1-46 ; Adam Gostony, New York ; 
D unp. 2895. 

GOTESKY, RUBIN. The man who lost him- 
self. See Bellos, Nausicaa. 

GOTTESMAN, FREDERICK. The golden 
fleecing, a farce-comedy in three acts by 
Frederick Gottesman and John Harmon, 
based on The alchemist, by Ben Jonsoh. © 
lc 10-2-46 : Frederick Gottesman and John 
Harmon, Chicago : D unp. 5187. 

DER GOTTVERSUCHER. See Dutka, Julius. 

GOUDEKET, MAURICE. Pas un mot a la 
reine-m^re. See Mirande, Yves. 

GOULD, EMMA, pseud. See Goldstein, Emma. 

GOULD, FRANK. Snow-iob, a new comedy in 
three acts. © lc 5-16-46 ; Frank Gould, 
Brooklvn : D unp. 3141. 

GOULD, MARIAN. Old Mrs. Brown, a com- 
edy in one act for all women. New York, 
French ; [etc.] c 1946. 24 p. diagr. 18% cm. 
© 1-24-46 : 2c 4-17-46 ; Samuel French, 
New York : D pub. 2662. 

GOULD, MILTON JEWELL. Night before 
dawn, a tragedy in eight scenes. © lc 
5-27-46 : Milton Jewell Gould, Brooklyn ; 
D unp. 3306. 



GOULDING, EDMUND. The Ryan girl, a 
drama in three acts. Acting edition. New 
York, French, c 1946. 82 p. diagr. 19 cm. 
(French's standard library edition) © 7-8- 
46 ; 2c 12-18-46 ; Edmund Goulding, Bever- 
ly Hills, Calif. ; D pub. 6689. 

GOVANS PLAYERS. 

The best is yet to be, a play in one act. © 
lc 9-23-46; Govans players, Baltimore; D 
unp. 5623. 

Flames of freedom, a play in one act. 
© lc 9-23-46 ; Govans players, Baltimore ; 
D unp. 5622. 

Women's ways and means, a play in one 
act by the Drama section, Woman's club 
of Govans. © lc 9-23-46 ; Govans players, 
Baltimore ; D unp. 5621. 

GOW, JAMES. Deep are the roots. See 
D'Usseau, Arnaud. 

GOWER, JOHN. Confessio amantis, source 
title. See Heine, Arthur. Pericles, prince 
of Tyre. 

GRABSCHEID. HENRY GU STAVE. His 
greatest pleasure, a play in three acts. © 
lc 3-8-46 ; Henry Gustave Grabscheid, Min- 
neapolis ; D unp. 976. 

GRACE, VIRGINIA PAULINE. The little 
Ming horses, an original comedy in one act. 
© lc 6-26-46 ; Virginia Pauline Grace, 
New York ; D unp. 3763. 

GRADY, LESTER C. 

Bachelor dinner, a play in three acts. © 
lc 6-19-46 ; Lester C. Grady, New York ; 
D unp. 3655. 

Casa McCluskey, a play in two acts. 
© lc 1-29-46 ; Lester C. Grady, Jackson 
Heights, N. Y. ; D unp. 438. 

GRAF, HERBERT. Barcarolle, highlights 
from Offenbach's life and music ; a musical 
play. Text only. © lc 11-21-46 ; Herbert 
Graf, New York ; D unp. 6098. 

GRAFFY, MARGUERITE. 

American music enters the classroom. 
Prologue and one scene. Text only. © lc 
12-10-46 ; Marguerite Graff y, Chicago ; D 
unp. 6552. 

A musical calendar. Narration to ac- 
company musical selections. Text only. 
© lc 12-10-46 ; Marguerite Graffy, Chicago ; 
D unp. 6550. 

A musical tour through toyland, a musical 
story best performed by students from 
fourth to sixth grade. Narration to accom- 
pany musical selections. Text only. © lc 
12-10-40 ; Marguerite Graffy, Chicago ; D 
unp. 6551. 

GRAHAM, EDITH SAVAGE. See Savage- 
Graham, Edith. 

GRAHAM, HARRY. Yours is my heart. See 
Sokolove, Benjamin Lawrence. 

GRAHAM. HELEN, pseud. See Griffith, 
Helen Isabel Ottilie. 

GRAHAM, ROBERT, pseud. See Kidde, Rob- 
ert Graham. 

GRAHAM, WALTER C. Light imagery of 
opaque objects. Two lectures. No. 1, The- 
oretical analysis, Feb. 4, 1944. No. 2, Sept. 
12, 1945. © lc each 10-1-45 ; Walter C. 
Graham, Los Angeles ; C 145, 146. 

GRAM. See Raymond, Martha Gould. 

GRAMERCY ghost. See Holm, John Cecil. 

GRAND larceny on wheels. See The Green 
Hornet. No. 752. 

LE GRAND Poucet. See Puget, Claude-Andre\ 
Theatre, t. 2. 

GRANDAD meets a pal. See Lindsey, Sandra. 

GRANDMA called it carnal. See Kapner, 
Irving. 

GRANDMA'S love seat. See Kelly, Mollie. 
GRANDPA takes a hand. See Marks, Leonard. 
GRANDPA'S pipe dream. See Nevard, Ruth. 
GRANDY'S Goblin authors club. See Voss, 
Kitty Keepers. 



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GRANGE. INA FLORENTINE. 

The lady in the moon, a 15 minute radio 
program. © lc 3-10-46 ; Ina Florentine 
Grunge, Now York ; D unp. 2006. 

Tavern knights. Ye Okie Cheshire Cheese 
tavern, London, England. A series of radio 
programs for male quartet. Text only. 
© lc 4-1-46, Ina Florentine Grange, New 
York ; D unp. 2321. 

GRANICK, HARRY. 

Commencement in khaki, a radio play. 
(Cavalcade of America, Jan. 28, 1946) © 
lc 6-7-46 ; E. I. du Pont de Nemours & co., 
Wilmington, Del. ; D unp. 3466. 

The criminals, a new play in three acts. 
© lc 9-28-46 ; Harry Granick, New York ; 
D unp. 5161. 

Windows on the world. See Exploring the 
unknown, Feb. 24, 1946. 

GRANT, WILL C. See Dr. I. Q. 

GRANT ADVERTISING, INC. See Dr. I. Q. 

GRANT us peace. See Lyvers, Helen Eliza- 
beth. 

GRANTLEY, ARTHUR. Christmas customs, 
a pageant for younger children by Fleta 
Leonard ; music by Arthur Grantlev. New 
York, Tullar-Meredith, «1946. 11 'p. 22% 
cm. Music : p. 8-11. © 7-29-46 ; 2c 
9-21-46 ; Tullar-Meredith co., New York ; D 
pub. 1104. 

GRAPES for dinner. See Hark, Mildred. 

GRAPHIC SCIENCE ASSOCIATES, INC. 
The Christmas star. See Bierwert, Thane L. 

THE GRASS I love. See Edwards, Jonathan. 

THE GRASS is greener. See Richards, Lex. 

GRASSET, BERNARD. Editions. See Edi- 
tions Bernard Grasset. 

THE GRAVE diggers. See Weiner, Ira Leslie. 

THE GRAVE robbers. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. No. 413. 

GRAVES, NANCY CUSHMAN. First the 
bridle, a play in one act. © lc 10—31—46 ; 
Nancy Cushman Graves, New Haven ; D unp. 
5725. 

THE GRAVY train. See: 
Harvey, Leveridge. 
Stuckey, Norman. 

GRAY, HENRY DAVID. 

Aiming at the stars, a drama in three 

acts suggested by Echegaray's 6 locura 6 

santidad. © lc 11-26-46 ; Henry David 

Gray, Stanford University, Calif. ; D unp. 

6277. 

The shadow on the sun, a drama in three 

acts. © lc 3-29-46 ; Henry David Gray, 

New York; D unp. 2287. 
GRAY, ISABEL McREYNOLDS. Vacancy, a 

comedy in three scenes. © lc 7—26—46 ; 

Lorraine LaVani, Los Angeles ; D unp. 4290. 
GRAY, NAIN, pseud. See Hensley, Lula 

Turner. 
GRAY, RELAND. Army with banners, a play 

in three acts, by Reland Gray and Margaret 

Barker. © lc 8-21-46 ; Margaret T. Barker, 

Baltimore and Reland Gray, Chester, Vt. ; 

D unp. 4625. 
GRAY-FILM. 

Roger la honte. See Viot. Jacques. 
Le roi des resquilleurs. See Pujol, Rene\ 
GRAYBAR ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC. 

The Graybar team. See Flory, John. 
THE GRAYBAR team. See Flory, John. 
GRAZIA placida. See Ernst, Arthur. 
THE GREAT American. See Farrand, Noel 

Edward. 
THE GREAT Dane. See Challenge of the 

Yukon. No. 435. 
GREAT Day. See Storm, Lesley. 
THE GREAT GILDERSLEEVE. (Radio pro- 
gram) 

Scripts in this series are by John Whedon 

and Sam Moore. © Kraft foods co., 

Chicago. 

190 r 199. Broadcast Nov. 25, 1945-Jan. 
lc each 2-23-46 ; D unp. 



27, 1946. 
810-819. 



200-202. Broadcast Feb. 3-17, 1946. © 
lc each 3-3-46 ; D unp. 917-919. 

203. Broadcast Feb. 24, 1946. © lc 
3-12-46 ; D unp. 2032. 

205-207. Broadcast Mar. 3-17, 1946. -© 
lc each 3-29-46 ; D unp. 2289-2291. 

208-209. Broadcast Mar. 24-31, 1946. 
© lc each 4-22^6 ; D unp. 2687, 2688. 

210-213. Broadcast Apr. 7-28, 1946. © 
lc each 5-14-46 ; D unp. 3056-3059. 

214-216. Broadcast May 5-19, 1946. © 
lc each 6-11-46 : D unp. 3523-3525. 

217-219. Broadcast May 26-June 9, 1946. 
© lc each 7-12-46 ; D unp. 4002-4004. 

220. Broadcast Sept. 11, 1946. © lc 
10-14-46 ; D unp. 5425. 

221. Broadcast Sept. 18, 1946. © lc 
10-14-46 ; D unp. 5954. 

222. Broadcast Sept. 25, 1946. © lc 
10-14-46 ; D unp. 5424. 

223. Broadcast Oct. 2, 1946. © lc 10- 
14-46; D unp. 5423. 

224-227, Broadcast Oct. 9-30, 1946. © 
lc each 11-7-46 ; D unp. 5870-5873. 

228-230. Broadcast Nov. 6-20. 1946. © 
lc each 12-2-46 ; D unp. 6370-6372. 

THE GREAT illusion, source title. See 
Schubert, Bernard S. Lost illusion. 

THE GREAT Purim scandal. See The eternal 
light. No. 71. 

THE GREAT rainbow of love. See Rondon, 
Frederick Stephen. 

THE GREAT romantic. See Cawthra. Lillian. 

GREAT stories about corn. See Smith, Ken- 
neth Henry. 

GREAT to be alive. See Bullock, Walter. 

THE GREATER love. See Spira, Alva. 

GREATER than fear. See The Lone Ranger. 
No. 2089-1314. 

THE GREATEST of these. See Wylie, Max. 

GREBANIER, JOSEPH P. Blood on the 
floor, a play in three acts. © lc 7-2-46 ; 
Joseph P. Grebanier, Brooklyn ; D unp. 
3886. 

GREEN, ADOLPH. Billion dollar baby. See 
Comden, Betty. 

GREEN, BERNIE. Teeny, the elephant de- 
tective ; dramatic composition bv Bernie 
Green and Ray Carter. © lc 9-26-46 ; 
Associated composers, inc., New York ; D 
unp. 5094. 

GREEN, BOB. See The Lone Ranger. 

GREEN, E. MAWBY. The bunny beat, a 
farce comedy in three acts by E. Mawby 
Green and Edward A. Feilbert. © lc 8-28- 
46 ; E. Mawby Green and Edward A. Feil- 
bert, New York : D unp. 4728. 

GREEN, HORACE CHRISTMAN. Seeking 
after truth, a Masonic play. © lc 4-12-46 ; 
Horace Christman Green, Los Angeles ; D 
unn. 2700. 

GREEN, MAWBY. See Green, E. Mawby. 

GREEN, MORRIS. 

It's a beauty. A play with music in two 
acts by Morris Green and Al Steen. Text 
only. © lc 5-13-46 ; Morris Green, New 
York ; D unp. 3022. 

The music box, a comedy in one scene. © 
lc 12-17-46; Morris Green, New York; D 
unp. 6559. 

The tin god. See Stapleton, Douglas. 
GREEN as grass. See Dowell, George Bren- 
dan. Old greenhorn. 
THE GREEN desert. See Poritz, Ruth Hol- 
leman. 

THE GREEN HORNET. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Trendle-Beattie, 
unless otherwise indicated. © Green Hor- 
net, inc., Detroit. Broadcast weekly Oct. 
25, 1945-Dec. 15, 1946. 

726. What price glamour, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 361. 

727. Ballots and bluff, by Trendle-Striker. 
© lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 359. 

728. Hornet drops a hint. © lc 1-24-46 ; 



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THE GREEN HORNET — Con. 
D unp. 360. 

729. Katz with nine lives, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 362. 

730. Superhighway robbery. © lc 1-24- 
46 ; D unp. 363. 

731. Protection incorporated, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 364. 

732. The voice. © lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 
365. 

733. Paid in full. © lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 
324 

734. When money talks. © lc 1-24-46 ; D 
unp. 325. 

735. The boathouse mystery. © lc 1-24- 
46 : D unp. 326. 

736. Turban of Jarpur, by Trendle-Strik- 
er. © lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 327. 

737. Hot cash, by Trendle-Striker. © lc 
1-24-46 : D unp. 348. 

738. The blank paper. © lc 1-24-46 ; D 
unp. 349. 

739. George Haven's secret. © lc 1-24- 
46 ; D unp. 350. 

740. Escape for revenge. © lc 1-24-46 ; 
D unp. 351. 

741. Washington story. © lc 4-5-46 ; D 
unp. 2469. 

742. Woman in the case. © lc 4-5-46 ; D 
unp. 2470. 

743. A soldier and his dog. © lc 4-5-46 ; 
D unp. 2471. 

744. The last of Oliver Perry. © lc 
4-5-46 ; D upp. 2472. 

745. A question of time. © lc 4-5-46 ; 
D unp. 2460. 

746. The letter, i © lc 4-5-46 ; D unp. 
2461. 

747. A pair of nylons. © lc 4-5-46 ; D 
unp. 2462. 

748. Youth takes the headlines. © lc 
5-3-46 : D unp. 2928. 

749. Classified ad. © lc 5-3-46 ; D unp. 
2929. 

» 750. The gas pen. © lc 5-3-46 ; D unp. 
2930. 

751. Figure on the photograph. © lc 
5-3-46 : D unp. 2931. 

752. Grand larceny on wheels, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 5-3-46 ; D unp. 2932. 

753. The Hornet closes a case. © lc 5-3- 
46 : D unp. 2933. 

754. Murder for sale. © lc 5-15-46 ; 
D unp. 3078. 

755. Check and double-check. © lc 5— 
15-46 ; D unp. 3079. 

756. Doctor Moylan's patient. © lc 5- 
15-46 ; D unp. 3080. 

757. Polarized glasses. © lc 5-15-46 ; 
D unp. 3061. 

758. Accidents will happen. © lc 5-15- 
46 ; D unp. 3062. 

759. Hornet does it again. © lc 5-15-46 ; 
D unp. 3063. 

760. Pogo — the wonder dog. © lc 5- 
15-46 ; D unp. 3064. 

760. Revenge for Melakim. © lc 5- 
30-46 ; D unp. 3383. 

761. The champion. © lc 5-30-46 ; D 
unp. 3382. 

762. A man of many words. © lc 6— 
10-46 ; D unp. 3490. 

763. The Haverhill necklace. © lc 6- 
10-46 ; D unp. 3491. 

764. Mistaken identity. © lc 6-10-46 ; 
D unp. 3492. 

765. Murder at City Hall. © lc 7-12-46 ; 
D unp. 4027. 

766. Voice of death. © lc 7-25-46 ; D 
unp. 4229. 

767. The torn map. © lc 7-25-46 ; D 
unp. 4228. 

768. Axford makes a deal. © lc 7-25-46 ; 
D unp. 4239. 



769. One too many frame-ups. © lc 7- 
25-46 ; D unp. 4238. 

770. Profits from war. © lc 9-19-46 ; D 
unp. 5136. 

771. Death in the dark. © lc 9-19-46 ; 
D unp. 5118. 

772. Oliver Perry tries again. © lc 9- 
19-46 ; D unp. 5119. 

773. Underwater adventure. © lc 10— 
6-46 ; D unp. 5310. 

774. The silver cup race. © lc 10-6-46 ; 
D unp. 5311. 

775. When time stood still. © lc 10- 
6-46 ; D unp. 5312". 

776. The wrapped book. © lc 10-6-46 ; 
D unp. 5313. 

777. The big Mr. Corry. © lc 10-20-46 ; 
D unp. 5561. 

778. Killer Carson. © lc 10-20-46 ; D 
unp. 5562. 

779. The prodigal brother. © lc 11-3- 
46 : D unp. 5778. 

780. The courageous Mrs. Richland. © 
lc 11-3-46 ; D unp. 5779. 

781. The quiz program clue. © lc 11— 
3-46 ; D unp. 5780. 

782. Chain of evidence. © lc 11-3-46 
D unp. 5777. 

783. Guiseppi's secret. © lc 11-27-46 
D unp. 6251. 

784. The call of death. © lc 11-27-46 
D unp. 6243. 

785. Music and murder. © lc 12-11-46 
D unp. 6473. 

786. The man who changed. © lc 12- 
11-46 : D unp. 6474. 

GREEN HORNET, INC. See The Green Hor- 
net. 

THE GREEN iris. See Alcarese, Helen Marie. 

GREENBERG, BEATRICE S. The unborn 
tomorow. See Greenberg, Boris E. 

GREENBERG, BORIS E. The unborn tomor- 
row, a play in three acts by Boris E. Green- 
berg and Beatrice S. Greenberg. © lc 5— 
1-46 : Boris E. Greenberg, M. D., and Bea- 
trice S. Greenberg, Boston : D unp. 3612. 

GREENBERG. EMANUEL MARTIN. Rendez- 
vous with destiny ; or, Homo futurens. A 
play in three acts. © lc 4-27-46 ; Emanuel 
Martin Greenberg, New York ; D unp. 2873. 

GREENBERGER, HOWARD. The gay mas- 
querade, an operetta in two acts by Howard 
Greenberger, with supplementary ideas by 
Theodore Bachenheimer. © lc 4-4-46 ; 
Howard Greenberger and Theodore Bachen- 
hoimer, New York ; D unp. 2343. 

GREENDALE, ALEXANDER. 

Age before beauty, a comedy in three acts. 
© lc 3-16-46 ; Alexander Greendale, Brook- 
lyn ; D unp. 2658. 

Battle of the century, a play in three acts. 
© lc 9-21-46 ; Alexander Greendale, Brook- 
lyn ; D unp. 5020. 

GREENHILL, SARA. Love is more than that, 
a three act play. © lc 7-23-46 ; Sara Green- 
hill. New York: D unp. 4214. 

GREENWOOD. CHARLOTTE. See The Hall- 
mark Charlotte Greenwood show. 

GREENWOOD, WALTER. The cure for love, 
originally produced by the Oldham reportory 
theatre club on the 29th Jan. 1945, under 
the title Rod of iron. A Lancashire comedy 
in three acts. © lc 7-25-46 ; Parkwood 
productions, ltd., Manchester, Eng. ; D unp. 
4249. 

GREER, CHARLES CHASE. The cost of 
handling orders with recommendations for 
future operations ; a report to the board of 
directors of Greer and Laing. © lc 6-9-46 ; 
Charles Chase Greer, Zanesville, O. ; C 476. 

GREER, EDWARD G. Opening night. See 
"Bernheim, Michel. 

GREGG, HAZEL STELZER. Marriage pro 
tern, a comedy in three acts. © lc 7-8-46 ; 
Hazel Stelzer Gregg, Columbus, O. ; D unp. 
3980. 



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GREGG. PETER, pseud. See Crocco, Peter. 

GREGORY, ETHEL HARRIS. Adolescent de- 
linquent, an original script and program 
idea. © lc 3-27-46 ; Ethel Harris Gregory, 
New York ; D unp. 2273. 

GREGORY. FRANCOIS STEPHEN. See 
Royal, Charles E. The modeler. 

GREGORY. HAROLD J. 

Bottoms up, a comedy in three acts. © lc 
1-7-46 : Harold J. Gregory, Minneapolis ; 
D unp. 107. 

Bottoms up. a college comedy in three 
acts. Minneapolis, Northwestern press, 
cl946. 106 p. diagrs. 19 cm. © 9-28-46 ; 
2c 9-30—46 ; Northwestern press, Minne- 
apolis : D pub. 5166. 

GREGORY, JOHN, pseud. See Pattiz, Warren 
Bruce. 

GREGORY. JOHN HANNAPORD. 

The inheritance, an American play in 
three acts. © lc 11-21-46 ; John Hanna- 
ford Gregory. New York ; D unp. 6045. 

On with the dance, a tragedy in three 
acts. © lc 11—15-46 ; John H. Gregory, 
New York : D unp. 5984. 

Our good Uncle's troubles, a play in six 
. scenes. © lc 11-23—46 ; John Hannaford 
Gregory, New York ; D unp. 6232. 

GRENZEBACK, JOE. Call the manager. See 
First nighter. Dec. 15, 1945. 

GREY. GLORINE, pseud. See Wardwell, May 
Columba. 

GRIBBLE. HARRY WAGSTAFF. Joan, a 
comedv in three acts. © lc 8—27—46 ; Harry 
Waestaff Gribble, New York ; D unp. 4718. 

GRIFFEN, BETTY MARGUERITE. Every- 
thing happens to us, a youthful comedy in 
three acts. © lc 9-28—46 ; Betty Marguerite 
Griffen. Hannibal, Mo. ; D unp. 5992. 

GRIFFETH, GERALDINE. Speakeasy past, 
a play in three acts with music, by Gerry 
Griffeth. Text only. © lc 8-29-46 ; Ger- 
aldine Griffeth, Oklahoma City ; D unp. 
4740. 

GRIFFIN, CATHERINE M. Of midnight fan- 
tasy, a play in three acts by Kate Crehan 
[pseud.] and Paul Scott [pseud.] © lc 
7—2—46 : Joseph A. Williams and Catherine 
M. Griffin, Dorchester, Mass. ; D unp. 4245. 

GRIFFIN. MARY M. Story time program. 
Radio script. © lc 8-30-46 ; Mary M. 
Griffin. Philadelphia ; C 919. 

GRIFFITH. HELEN ISABEL OTTILIE. 
Desert episode, a play in three acts by 
Helen Graham [pseud.] © lc 6-11-46; 
Helen Isabel Ottilie Griffith, New York, D 
unp. 3869. 

GRIGGS, MARTHA A. Out of this world. 
Radio episode 1. © lc 8-16-46 ; Martha A. 
Griggs, St. Louis ; D unp. 4617. 

GRIMES, LEE. Pocahantas. See Grimes, 
Mary. 

GRIMES, MARY. Pocahantas, musical in two 
acts by Mary and Lee Grimes. Text only. 
© lc 12-29—45 ; Lee Grimes, Arlington, Va. ; 
D unp. 2. . 

GRISMAIJER, MICHAEL K. Ah, the little 
angel ! A comedy in five scenes. © lc 
3—17-46 : Michael K. Grismaijer, New York ; 
D unp. 2135. 

GRIST to the mill. See Weber, Sonia. 

GRIZZLY Martin. See Challenge of the Yu- 
kon. No. 445. 

GROAG, EDWARD R. Man from La Plata, a 
stage play in three acts by Edward R. 
Groag and Milton Citron. © lc 3-11—46 ; 
Edward R. Groag and Milton Citron, New 
York ; D unp. 2029. 

GROPPER, MILTON HERBERT. Wolfie. 
See Lehar, Franz. 

GROSS, EDWIN ARTHUR. Maneuvers on 
the desert, a radio play. © lc 1—22—46 ; 
Edwin Arthur Gross, Yonkers, N. Y. ; D 
unp. 273. 



GROSS, FRANCES W. Pan, a musical fan- 
ta sy in three acts by Frances. © lc 12-8— 
4<> ; Frances \V. Gross, Los Angeles ; D 
unp. 6469. 

GROSSMAN, ABRAHAM. 

Chain reaction, a play in three acts by 
Malvin Farmer [pseud.] © lc 9-15-46; 
Abraham Grossman, New York ; D unp. 
4947. 

Rock bottom, a comedy in three acts by 
Malvin Farmer, pseud. © lc 12-5-46'; 
Abraham Grossman, New York ; D unp. 
6429. 

GROSSMAN, HARRY. Brain trust session, a 
sample script. © lc 10-13—46 ; Harry 
Grossman, Stamford, Conn. ; C 791. 

GROWTH. See Robbins, William Jacob. 

GRUENWALD. ALFRED. 

Elyana. See Abraham, Paul. 
Wolfie. See Lehar, Franz. 

GRUSETZ, ESTHER and HERMAN, MILTON 
A., d.b.a. Herman & Grusetz. See Herman, 
Milton A. 

GRUWER, MORRIS. The rising destitute 
of humanity, a play in 25 acts. © lc 4-27- 
46 ; Morris Gruwer, Brooklyn ; D unp. 3865. 

G'S for GI's. &ee_Todd, Mrs. John. 

THE GUARDIAN angel. See Tovrov, Orin. 

GUEDEL. JOHN. Frontier town. See Shu- 
mate, Harold. 

GUENTHER, HODDES J. As mortal man, 
a drama of men at war, in three acts. © 
lc 9-3-46 ; Jack Jacobs, Washington ; D 
unp. 4786. 

LA GUERRE de Troie n'aura pas lieu, source 
title. See Giraudoux, Jean. No war in 
Troy. 

GURSTER, EUGEN. Das lachkrautlein ; 
oder, Das marchen vom zauberer, der nicht 
lachen durfte. Kindermarchen in 6 bildern, 
von Eugen Gurster und Hannes Steinbach ; 
musik von Hans Haug. Text only. © lc 
5-27Ht6 ; Theaterverlag Reiss, a. g., Basel, 
Switzerland ; D unp. 3374. 

GUESS again. See Schleifer, Milton. 

GUESS and tell. See Moritz, Wallace A. 

GUESSIN' good. See Phipps, Daisy B. 

GUEST in the house. See Lux radio theatre, 
Nov. 12, 1945. 

THE GUEST of honor. See Stroud, Rupert. 

GUEST wife. See Lux radio theatre, Dec. 10, 
1945. 

GUESTS of the West. See Murphy, Francis 

CrPOro*P 

LES GTJEUX au paradis. See Martens, Gas- 
ton-Marie. 

GUGGENHEIM, KURT. 

Der heitere lebensabend, eine komodie 
in drei akten. © lc 9-10-46 ; Theaterver- 
lag Reiss A. G., Basel, Switzerland ; D unp. 
4863. 

Der sterbende schwan ; oder, Der unter- 
gang der zweiten eskader, schauspiel in 3 
Akten . . . [Basel, Switzerland, Reiss, 
<-1943] 68 p. 20y 2 cm. © lc 5-13-46 ; 
Theaterverlag Reiss, a.g., Basel, Switzer- 
land ; D unp. 5300. 

GUILD, HELENE HEATHCOTE. Children 
in art. Ten dramatic presentations of 
children painted by famous artists. © lc 
3-18-46 ; Helene Heathcote Guild, New 
York : D unp. 2735. 

GUILTY or not guilty. See Carlton, Sam. 

THE GUINEA pig. See 
Crutchfield, Les M. 
Taubes, Frank. 

GUINGRICH, Rosaline. The Child of 
prophecy. See Wilson, Ira Bishop. 

GUISEPPI'S secret. See The Green Hornet. 
No. 783. 

GUITERMAN, RICHARD L. Vallev coaches. 
Script no. 6. © lc 6-6-46 ; Richard L. 
Guiterman, Milwaukee ; C 473. 



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GUITRY, SACHA. N'ecoutez pas, mesdames ! 
Comedie en 3 actes. © lc 5-3^L6 ; Sacha 
Guitry, Paris ; D unp. 4197. 

GULLICKSON, CHARLES H. The portrait, 
a play in three acts. © lc 10-3-46 ; Charles 
H. Gullickson, Chattanooga; D unp. 5182. 

GUNDLACH, ROBERT. The Lysistrata, a 
new musical in two acts based on Aris- 
tophanes' comedy ; music by Joseph R. 
. Wood. Text only. © lc 7-23-46 ; Robert 
Gundlach, New York : D unp. 4298. 

GUNMAN'S lady. -See Eagan, Lois R. 

THE GUNNER and the Cisco Kid. -See The 
Cisco Kid. No. 39A. 

GURIAN, MANNY. Night fantasy. -See 
Efron, Morry. 

THE GUR1E Brekkan program. See Haugs- 
jaa, Julia Amanda Sophia. 

GURVITZ, SIMON. 

Casey at the bat. A sound slidefilm car- 
toon, adapted by Simon Gurvitz from the 
poem by Ernest L. Thayer. © lc 2-22-46 ; 
Simon Gurvitz, Detroit ; D unp. 2697. 

Won't someone please rent us a house. 
Poem. © lc 1-8-46 ; Simon Gurvitz, De- 
troit ; C 193. 

GURY, JEREMY. The hither and thither of 
Danny Dither. -See North, Alex. 

GUTHERZ, GERHARD. Makart-Bukett. ein 
wiener lustspiel in 4 akten. Vienna, Eirich 
[1939] 111 p. 20% cm. © 11-29-39; 
lc 3-27-46 ; Theaterverlae: Eirich ges. 
m. b. h., Vienna ; D pub. 3812. 

GUTTMANN, JOE. The perfect state. See 
St. George, George. 

A GUY can dream. -See Kelly, Mary Cosette. 

GWOREK, STELLA M. Out of the enchanted 
past, a play in three acts by Sandra Maria 
Ryan [pseud.] © lc 3-4-46 ; Sandra M. 
Ryan (Stella M. Gworek) Detroit ; new 
matter : revisions ; D unp. 902. Prev. reg., 
You, too, translated from Ukrainian Sins 
of you ; 8-26-44 ; D unp. 90208. 

GYGER, WALTER. San Juan story. See 
Taverniti, Helen Stewart. 

GYPSY caravan. See Duval, Juan. 



H. M. S. Pinafore. See George, Charles. Pina- 
fore. Sullivan, Sir Arthur Seymour. 

HABBITS. -See Jenkins, Frank Gillis. 

HACKETT (M. H.) company. A present from 
Hollywood, a radio script by Montague 
Hackett. © lc 2-14-46 ; M. H. Hackett 
company, New York ; D unp. 683. 

HACKETT, Montague. A present from Holly- 
wood. See Hackett (M. H.) company. 

HACKETT, RITA. 

Accent on music. Radio script, Jan. 5, 
1946. © lc 1-10-46 ; Crosley corp., Cin- 
cinnati ; C 60. 

Adventure time with Dick Allen. Audi- 
tion script no. 1. © lc 7-15-46 ; Crosley 
corp., Cincinnati ; D unp. 4133. 

HACKETT, WALTER. 

Winter dust, a play in one act. Boston, 
Baker's plays ; [etc., 1946] 31 p. diagr. 
19 cm. (Baker's royalty plays) © 10— 
10-46 ; 2c 10-11-46 ; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston ; D pub. 5507. 

Madame Jumel, a play in three acts. © 
lc 2-23-46 ; Walter A. Hackett, Bronxville. 
N. Y. ; D unp. 842. 

HADLEY, HARRY L. Junior detectives, a 
comedy drama in three acts for junior high 
schools. Minneapolis, Denison ; [etc., 1946] 
54 p. 18 cm. (Denison's junior high school 
plays) © 10-19-46; 2c 10-23-46; T. S. 
Denison & co., Minneapolis ; D pub. 5568. 

HADLEY, ROBERTA. Friendly lass, a play 
in three acts. © lc 9-25-46 ; Roberta 
Hadley, New York ; D unp. 5031. 



HAEDRICH, MARCEL. L'autre aventure. 
Trois actes. © lc 10-30— 45 ; Marcel Haed- 
rich, Paris ; D unp. 628. 

HAENSEL, ALMA S. Reprieve from matri- 
mony. -See Carrol, Pauline. 

HAGAN, THOMAS. Try later, a comedy in 
two acts by Thomas Hagan and Sidney 
Gordon. © lc 12-30-46 ; Sidney Gordon, 
Washington, and Thomas Hagan, Wee- 
hawken, N. J. ; D unp. 6695. 

HAGAR. -See Murdock, Edith A. 

HAGEDORN, HORACE. Star reporter, a half 
hour radio program based on real life, Docu- 
mented stories from the files of great Ameri- 
can newspapers. © lc 1—5—46 ; Horace 
Hagedorn, Bernard N. Carven and PauLH. 
Hedrick, New York ; D unp. 73. 

HAGGART, JOHN DANIEL. Angel with two 
faces, a melodrama in three acts. © lc 
8—2—46 ; John Daniel Haggart, New York ; 
D unp. 4338. 

HAGUET, ANDRE. Une jeune fille savait ; 3 
actes. Paris, Librairie theatrale L. Billau- 
dot, successeur [1944] 50 p. illus. 18 cm. 
© 12-30-44 : lc 10-30^5 ; Andre Haguet, 
Paris ; D pub. 644. 

HAHN, DO SOO. Forgotten Empress Meen, 
a drama in three acts and epilogue. © lc 
6-1-46 ; Do Soo Hahn, New York ; D unp. 
3363. 

HAIL and hello. -See Spickers, Reed Hutchins. 

HAIL, Prince of Peace. See Wefer, Marion. 

HAIL the male. -See Sherwood, Lorraine. 

HAINES, WILLIAM WISTER. Command, a 
play in three acts. © lc 1-28-46 ; William 
Wister Haines, Laguna Beach, Calif. ; D 
unp. 414. 

HAIR again for Harrigan. -See Burdette, Gene. 
Luck o' the Irish, no. 2. 

HAIR and headdresses. -See Berman, Sylvia. 

HAIR and male vanity. -See Berman, Sylvia. 

HAIR color-cosmetics-permanents. -See Ber- 
man, Sylvia. ^ 

HAIR fashion leaders in history. -See Berman, 
Sylvia. 

HAIRDRESSING and the freedom of women. 
-See Berman, Sylvia. 

HAIRDRESSING as an art and social bar- 
ometer. See Berman, Sylvia. 

HAIRS and tires. -See Burns, Fred H. 
Studies in crime. No. 13. 

HAKOL, kol Yaakov. -See Regelson, Abraham. 

HALE, LE ROY. Men and models. -See 
Goheen. Margaret R. 

HALE NATHAN. 

Along came Charlie, a comedy in three 
acts by Nathan and Ruth Hale. . . . Cedar 
Rapids, la., Heuer, c 1946. 83 p. diagr. 
19 cm. © 9-11-46 ; 2c 10-10-46 ; Edward 
I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, la. : D pub. 5263. 
There'll come a day. -See Hale, Ruth. 

HALE, RUTH. 

Along came Charlie. See Hale, Nathan. 
There'll come a day, a comedy in three 
acts by Ruth and Nathan Hale. Cedar 
Rapids, la., Heuer, c 1946. 96 p. diagr. 
19 cm. © 9-10-46 ; 2c 10-16-46 ; Edward 
I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, la. ; D pub. 5441. 

HALEVY, IRVING. First class passage, a 
play in three acts. © lc 9-3-46 ; Irving 
Halevy, Sunnyside, N. Y. ; D unp. 4785. 

HALF-SILK. See Alemany, Bernardo Carlos. 

HALF the gladness. >See Scott, Aurelia 
Grether. 

HALING, ELBERT JOSEPH. Hometown 
editor. Radio program no. 56, Mav 11, 
1946. © lc 5-17-46 ; Elbert Joseph Haling, 
Fort Worth, Tex. ; C 434. 

HALL, BAIRD. Incline our hearts, a dra- 
matic comedy in three acts. © lc 6—2-46 ; 
Baird Hall, Weston, Vt. ; D unp. 3350. 

HALL, CLIFF. See Hall, Robert C. 

HALL, DOROTHY. Could be, a comedy 
drama in three acts by Ves Ilgood [pseud.] 
© lc 11-26-46 ; Dorothy Hall, Larchmont, 



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X. Y. : D unp. 6215. Prev. reg. as Yester- 
dav's tomorrow; 4-9-38; D unp. 56291. 

HALL. EUGENE J. HULETT. 

And all the milky way, a play in three 
acts by Eugene Hulett Hall. © lc 5-22- 
4t> : Eusrene J. Hulett Hall, New York ; D 
unp. 3263. 

Silence in the city, a play in three acts 
by Eugene Hulett Hall. © lc 1-15-46 ; 
Euaene J. H. Hall, New York ; D unp. 196. 

HALL, EUGENE HULETT. See Hall, Eu- 
ge"ne J. Hulett. 

HALL, JOHN DAVIDSON. The seventh age, 
a comedy in one act. Minneapolis, North- 
western press, c 1946. 23 p. 19 cm. © 
9-2S-46 ; 2c 10-4-46 ; Northwestern press, 
Minneapolis ; D pub. 5443. 

HALL ROBERT C. Play ball, a base ball 
radio quizz show by Cliff Hall. © lc 10- 
25-46 ; Robert C. Hall, Englewood, N. J. ; 
C 930. 

HALL. WALTER RICHARD. 

Leave it to Virgie, a comedy in three 
acts. © lc 4-18-46, Walter Richard Hall, 
Caldwell, N. J. ; D unp. 2762. 

A little lower than the angels, a comedy 
drama in two acts. © lc 10-31-46 ; Walter 
Richard Hall, West Caldwell, N. J. ; D unp. 
5797. 

To high heaven, a comedy drama in two 
acts. © lc 1-18-46 ; Walter Richard Hall, 
Caldwell, N. J. ; D unp. 234. 

HALLACK, A. VANCE. Writer's cramps ; 
script for radio or television, no. 10. © 
lc 10-22-46 ; A. Vance Hallack, New York : 
D unp. 5542. 

THE HALLMARK CHARLOTTE GREEN- 
WOOD SHOW. (Radio program) Scripts in 
this series are by Betty Hopkins, Richard 
Carroll and Hi Alexander. © Charlotte 
Greenwood and Martin Broones, Los 
Angeles. 

Nov. 25, 1945. © lc 2-23-46 ; D unp. 832. 
Dec. 2-30, 1945. © lc each 1-15-46 ; 
D unp. 235-239. 

Jan. 6, 1946. © lc 1-15-46 ; D unp. 240. 

HALLORAN, PATRICIA J. Psychologically 
speaking, a play in ten scenes. © lc 3— 
25-46 ; Patricia J. Halloran, Buffalo ; D 
unp. 2786. 

HALLOWAY. VANCE, pseud. See Van 
Woeart, Alpheus. 

HALPRIN, GEORGE. A perfect technique, 
radio drama by George Halprin and Lee 
Buelow. © lc 4—26-46, Leola Buelow, New 
York : D unp. 2783. 

HALTER, EVA FRANKS. The evolution of 
the hat, a pageant poem. © lc 11—16—45 ; 
Eva Franks Halter, Clvde O. : C 84. 

HAMBLETON, JOHN SPAULDING. Flying 
weather. Lecture. © lc 6-30-46 ; John 
Spaulding Hambleton, Springfield, Ky. ; C 

HAMBY. RAY IRVINE. This little pig, a 
play in two acts. © lc 1—29-46 ; Ray 
Irvine Hamby, Hollywood ; D unp. 421. 

HAMILTON, DELBERT W. 

It's up to you, a play in two acts. © lc 
12-12-46 ; Delbert W. Hamilton, Carbon- 
dale, 111. ; D unp. 6519. 

Meeds of honor, a play in three acts. 
© lc 12-26-46 ; Delbert W. Hamilton, Car- 
bondale. 111. ; D unp. 6673. 

HAMILTON, JOHN MERIDETH. Simon sold 
a dream, a fantasy in one act. © lc 3—18— 
46, John Merideth Hamilton, Los Angeles ; 
D unp. 2308. 

HAMLET, source title. See: 

MacKaye, Percy. The ghost of Elsinore. 
Shakespeare, William. Maurice Evans' G. 
I. production of Hamlet. 

HAMMER, L. H. Pearl Harbor, December 7, 
1941; an historical dream in three acts 
and an epilogue. © lc 8-9-46 ; L. H. Ham- 
mer, New York ; D unp. 4478. 



HAMMERMAN. DAN. 

Goldtooth Sadie, a musical comedy in two 

acts. Text only. © lc 7-25-46 ; Dan 

Hammerman, New York ; D unp. 4272. 
World on a carousel, a comedy-drama in 

three acts. © lc 3—4—46 ; Dan Hammerman, 

New York ; D unp. 905. 
HAMMERSTEIN, OSCAR, II. Carousel. See 

Rodgers, Richard. 
HAMMOND, ELEANOR. The obliging clock. 

See Wilson, Faith C. 
HAMMOND, LAURENCE. See Keeping up 

with the Wigglesworths. 
HAMPTON, ORVILLE H. The magic lamp, 

an audition script. © lc 3-13-46 ; Richard 

E. Messer, Van Nuys, Calif. ; D unp. 2120. 
HAND in hand. See Gershe, Leonard. 
THE HAND of guilt. See Burns, Fred H. 

Studies in crime. No. 2. 
HAND of the hunter. See The eternal light. 

No. 74. 
THE HAND that rocks. See Richardson, Hal 

Ainslie. 
HANDCUFFS for the Cisco Kid. See The 

Cisco Kid. No. 35A. 
HANDEL, CHARLES. Photo print service 

for point of sales advertising. Address. 

© lc 10-9-46 ; Charles Handle, New York ; 

C 729. 
HANDELMAN, ANNA K. Over the tea-cups ; 

radio or television program I by Ann Barbi- 

nel [pseud.] © lc 1-4-46 ; Anna K. Hahdel- 

man. New York ; D unp. 58. 
HANDLE with care. See Schooler, Leon D. 
HANDLEY, JAMES R. Over the rainbow. 

See Wilding picture productions, inc. 
HANDLING complaints. See 

Lyman, Robert Edmund. 

Vocafilm corporation. 
THE HANDS family. See Wellstone, Leon. 

Cleavage. 
HANDS of men. See Laubenstein, William J., 

jr. 
HANG your hat here. See Edelman, William. 
HANGAR flving. See Dougherty, Dora J. 
A HANGING for the Cisco Kid. See The 

Cisco Kid. No. 95A. 
HANK'S kid. See Stern, Stewart Henry. 
HANLON,ROBERT WESTERVELT. I hear 

the guns, a one act play. © lc 12—3-46 ; 

Robert Westervelt Hanlon, Rockville Centre, 

N. Y. ; D unp. 6360. 
HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN, a boy of 

old Denmark. See.Boshco, Elinor Gene. 
HANSEL AND GRETEL. See 

Callahan, Marie J. The candy kids, Feb. 2, 
1946. 

Davis, Dona. 

Duddy, Lyn John. 

Wilkinson, Catherine Ellis. 
HANSEN, GERTRUDE BABCOCK. Voice of 

the X'mas tree, a drama in one act. © lc 

8-19-46 ; Gertrude Babcock Hansen, New 

York ; D unp. 4597. 
HAPPINESS is not a horse. See Moore, 

Elena Miramova. 
HAPPITY-APPETITE, the lunch time friend. 

See Sharpies, Winston. 
HAPPY ending. See 

Mintz, Evrom Allen. 

Wilding picture productions, inc. 
HAPPY-GO-LUCKY. See St. Clair, Robert. 
HAPPY holiday. See 

Knipe, Robert. 

Turner, E. Alfred. 
THE HAPPY medium. See 

Sloan, Rebekah. 

The happy medium. 
Larrv Matthews' strange complex. 
HAPPY New Year. See Mock, Flora Clar. 
HARALDSON, JOHN R. Prove all things, a 

play in three acts. © lc 10-14-46 ; John 

R. Haraldson, Ottawa, 111., D unp. 3281. 
HARCLEROAD, EVELYN. See Harcleroad, 

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HARCLEROAD, GRACE EVELYN. Can you 

imagine, an audition script prepared for 
Evelyn Harcleroad by N. Brewster Morse 
and Dick Martin. © lc 5-15-46 ; Grace 
Evelyn Harcleroad, Los Angeles ; D unp. 
3100. 
HARD on the bard. See McGuire, Karl. 
HARD to beat. See Albyn, Genevieve Nicetas. 

Ganoni. 
HARDIN (IVAN BLOOM) COMPANY. 

Angela's surprise. See Humphrey, Es- 
ther M. 

The old gray mare ain't — . See Cox, M. 
M. 
HARDING, BERTITA. Carioca purple, an 
operetta adapted from Amazon throne, by 
Bertita Harding. Libretto by Bertita Hard- 
ing, Torrey McKenny. Text only. © lc 
3-17-46 ; Torrey T. McKenny and Bertita 
Harding, New York ; D unp. 2132. 
HARDING, H. W., pseud. See Seiter, Hilde 

W. 
HARDY, CHANNEL WARING. For works 
written in collaboration with David Strong 
McMillan see Strong, Waring, pseud. 
THE HARE in the nest. See Licata, Charles 

J. 
HARGRAVE, ROY. Curiosity, a play in six- 
teen scenes by Roy Hargrave and Paul 
Paturel. © lc 6-13-46 ; Roy Hargrave and 
Paul Paturel, New York ; D unp. 3538. 
HARGROVE, MARION. See here, Private 
Hargrove, source title. See Freeman, Charles 
K. The adventures of Private Hargrove. 
HARK, MILDRED. 

Grapes for dinner, a Thanksgiving play 
in one act bv Mildred Hark and Noel Mc- 
Queen. New York, Play club [ c 1946] 19 p. 
19 cm. © 10-25-46 ; 2c 11-5-46 ; Play 
club, New York ; D. pub. 5840. 

A toast to Christmas, a Christmas play 
in one act by Mildred Hark and Noel Mc- 
Queen. New York, Play club, c 1946. 18 p. 
19 cm. © 11-19-46 ; 2c 11-28-46 ; Play 
club, New York ; D pub. 6286. 
HARKER, JAMES* WILEY. Amy Thomas, a 
. new play in three acts. © lc 1—11-46; 
James Wiley Harker, Washington ; D unp. 
163. 
HARKINS, PETER. 

The invisible detective. See Exploring the 
unknown, Mar. 10, 1946. 

Plastics — nature gone modern. See Ex- 
ploring the unknown, Dec. 30, 1945. 
HARLEY, ALEXANDER M. The unknown 
American composers radio hour. Address 
delivered at a meeting of music educators 
held at Maine township high school, Oct. 5, 
1945. © lc 3-29-46 : Alexander M. Harley, 
Park Ridge, 111. ; C 308. 
HARMON, CHARLOTTE BUCHWALD. 
Strawberries in January, a comedy in three 
acts by Charlotte Buchwald. © lc 12-12- 
46 ; Charlotte Buchwald Harmon, New York ; 
D unp. 6512. 
HARMON, DAVID. His brother's keeper, a 
play in three acts. © lc 3-17-46 ; David 
Harmon, New York ; D unp. 2138. 
HARMON, JOHN. The golden fleecing. See 

Gottesman, Frederick. 
HARMONAIRES. See Parsons, James. 
HARMONIES of life. See Caryl, Rima. 
HARMONY. See Barer, Shirley. 
HARMONY at stake. See Soussanin, Nicholas. 
HARMS, HANS. Condition red, a comedy- 
drama of post-war America by Wayne Clear 
[pseud.] In three acts. © lc 12-11-46; 
Hans Harms, New York ; D unp. 6517. 
HARPER AND BROTHERS. And he hid him- 
self. See Silone, Ignazio. 
HARRIS, AURAND. See Harris, James Aur- 

and. 
HARRIS, BLANEY. 
Harris, Elmer. 



The bread basket. See 



HARRIS, EDWARD PEYTON. Winter wind, 
a play in three acts by Edward Peyton 
Harris and Deha Reed. © lc 6-4-46 ; Ed- 
win Peyton Harris, Morehead City, N. C, 
and Dena Reed Houanec, Brooklyn ; D unp. 
3361. 
HARRIS, ELLEN. Mayflower boy. Dramatic 
adaptation for radio of the book of the same 
name by Stanley Young. (Books bring 
adventure) © lc 9-25-46 ; Ellen Harris 
Vancouver ; Can. ; D unp. 5074. 
HARRIS, ELMER. The bread basket, a play 
in three acts by Elmer Harris, Blaney Har- 
ris and Victor Harris. © lc 6—9-46 ; Elmer 
Harris, Fortune Bridge, Prince Edward 
Island, Can., Blaney Harris, Bronxville, 
N. Y., Victor Harris, Washington ; D unp. 
3486. 
HARRIS. ESTER MARIE. There's always 

one. See Harris, William Howard. 
HARRIS, GEORGE BERNARD. One more 
song ; an operetta. 39 p. Text only. © lc 
1-8-46 ; George Bernard Harris, San Fran- 
cisco : D Unp. 108. 
HARRIS, JAMES AURAND. 

Hop o' my thumb, a new play in four 
scenes for children, based on the folk tale 
of Hop o' my thumb, by Aurand Harris. 
© lc 9-6-46 ; James Aurand Harris, New 
York ; D unp. 4821. 

Madam Ada, a comedy in three acts by 
Aurand Harris. © lc 8-16-46 ; James 
Aurand Harris, New York ; D unp. 5244. 

The moon makes three, a play in three 
acts by Aurand Harris. © lc 5-20-46 ; 
James Aurand Harris, New York ; D unp. 
3237. 
HARRIS, LESTER ABRAHAM. Treaties un- 
der the Constitution and international law. 
Lecture. © lc 1-20-46 ; Lester A. Harris, 
Orlando, Fla ; C 97. 
HARRIS, PHILIP WILLIAM. Poppa or 
pauper. Radio script. © lc 6-13-46 ; 
Philip William Harris, Milwaukee ; D unp. 
3540. 
HARRIS, Mrs. R. C. See Harris, Ellen. 
HARRIS, VICTOR. The bread basket. See 

Harris, Elmer. 
HARRIS, WILLIAM HOWARD. There's al- 
ways one. a play in three acts by William 
Howard Harris and Ester Marie Harris. 
© lc 9-4-46 ; William Howard Harris and 
Ester Marie Harris, Bronx, N. Y. ; D unp. 
4797. 
HARRISON, GEORGE. The hypnotist, a ten 
page story with dialogue and action. © lc 
12-18-46 ; George Harrison, New York ; D 
unp. 6596. 
HARRISON, IRMA FISH. Spartan, a drama 
in three acts by Reola [pseud.] © lc 
9-8-46 : Irma Fish Harrison, Sanger, 
Calif. ; D unp. 4910. 
HARRISON, SAMUEL B. Blow, Gabriel, 
ujluw , a eomeuy mama in three acts. © lc 
9—5—46 ; Samuel B. Harrison, New York ; 
D unp. 4800. 
HARRITY, RICHARD. The dogface sonata, 
a play in three acts. © lc 12-20-46 ; 
Richard Harrity, New York ; D unp. 6647. 
HARRY comes home. See Holzinger, Harold 

Thomas. 
HART, JONATHAN, pseud. See Dorrian, 

Charles James. 
HART, MOSS. The world of Christopher 
Blake, a play in two acts. © lc 8-23-46 ; 
Moss Hart, New York ; D unp. 4684. 
HART. RAY, pseud. See Steinhardt, Rebecca. 
HART, VIRGINIA LEE. Jersey and Guern- 
sey, a three act play. © lc 10-29-46 ; 
Virginia Lee Hart, Nutley, N. J. ; D Unp. 
5706. 
HART. WALTER. Shootin' star, the musi- 
cal story of Billy the kid in two acts ; book 
by Jay Lawrence [pseud.] Lee Willis 
[pseud.] and Halsted Welles. Text only. 



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© lc 3-31-46, Walter Hart (Jay Lawrence, 
pseud.) Lewis Jacobs (Lee Willis, pseud.) 
and Halsted Welles, New York ; D unp. 2318. 

HARTEN, PERRY. Billy Baton. Story writ- 
ten by Perry Harten ; musical score com- 
posed by Irving Rabinowitz. Recording 
script. Text only. © lc 12-16-46 ; Perry 
Harten, New York ; D unp. 6582. 

HARTFORD. Radio station WTHT. The 
Stork Club of the air. See Connors, Jane 
Winters. 

HARTFORD TIMES, INC. The Stork Club of 
the air. See Connors, Jane Winters. 

HARTMAN, MURRAY. Harvest in Berlin, a 
play in one act. © lc 10-21-46 ; Murray 
Hartman. New York ; D unp. 5585. 

HARTMAN, ROBERT. 

The dark star. See First nighter, Feb. 
2, 1946. 

The devil chimneys. See First nighter, 
Apr. 13, 1946. 

HARTMAN, WALTER. Deadly double, a 
radio drama in one act, based on the short 
storv. Uncle Charlie. © lc 5-18-46, Walter 
Hartman, New York : D unp. 3231. 

HARTOG, JAN DE. Death of a rat, a play 
without acts. 69 leaves. © lc 12-14-46 ; 
Jan de Hartog, New York ; D unp. 6562. 

HARTYL, MxVCKLYM, pseud. See Black, 
Thomas E. H. 

HARUM all scarum. See Stessin, Terenthy 
Trofimoff. 

HARVEST in Berlin. See Hartman, Murray. 

HARVEY, JOHN. The stranger, a new radio 
program by John Harvey and Paul Phillips. 
© lc 6-22-46 ; John Harvey and Paul 
Phillips, New York ; D unp. 3693. 

HARVEY LEVERIDGE. 

The gravy train, a play in three acts, with 
the same continuous scene. © lc 8—14—46 ; 
Leveridge Harvey, New York ; D unp. 4529. 
The millennium, a melodramatic comedy 
in three acts. © lc 1—18—46 ; Leveridge 
Harvey, New York ; D unp. 267. 

HARVEY, RAY. The Lew Lahr show, comedy 
program for radio. © lc 10-22-46 ; Ray 
Harvey, Flushing, N. Y. ; D unp. 5582. 

HARVEY, RICHARD. A vagrant issue, a 
comedy in three acts. © lc 2-19-46 ; Rich- 
ard Harvey, New York ; D unp. 749. 

HARVIE, ANN JEFFERSON. The dream of 
an Irish lassie, a children's operetta in 
three acts ; text, lyrics and music by Ann 
Jefferson Harvie and Eugenia Winslow 
West. © lc 7-30-46 ; Eugenia Winslow 
West and Ann Jefferson Harvie, Richmond ; 
D unp. 1072. 

HARWOOD, DON VALENTINE. I love but 
I laugh, a comedy in three acts by Don 
Valentine [pseud.] © lc 4-21-46, Don 
Valentine Harwood, New York : D unp. 
2772. 

HASSAN aids Elona's escape. See General 
mills, inc. 

HASSAN makes plans. See General mills, 
inc. 

HASSAN takes over. See General mills, inc. 

HASTEN the day. See Lozier, A. A. 

HASTINGS, ROSS. Peasant from Parma. 
See Silva, Mario. 

HASTY, JOHN EUGENE. 

Cynthia, the girl from the mail room. 
Episode no. 1. Radio script. © lc 8-23- 
46 ; John Eugene Hasty, Hollywood ; D unp. 
4686. 

Strange stories ; or, The strange story 
club. Radio script. Originally produced 
under the title Adventures in the Super- 
natural. © lc 12-23-46 : John Eugene 
Hasty, Hollywood ; D unp. 6652. 

Treasure hunt, a radio program. © lc 
11-18-46 ; John Eugene Hasty, Hollywood ; 
D imo. 6082. 
■HATCH, CLAUDIA. The foolish heart. See 
Montaigne, Pierre. 



HATS off to Sarge. See McAllester, David. 
HATTON, MARGARET BARNEY. Ox goad. 

See Lampman, Evelyn Sibley. 
HAUGSJAA, JULIA AMANDA SOPHIA. 

The Gurie Brekkan program. Radio 

script. © lc 7-29-46 ; Julia Amanda Sophia 

Haugsjaa, Eugene, Ore. ; D unp. 4316. 

Our bouquet for today. Radio script. © 

lc 9-9—45 ; Julia Amanda Sophia Haugsjaa, 

Eugene Ore ' C 755 
THE 6 HAUNTED BARN. See Reynolds, 

John B. 
THE HAUNTED STORE. See Wilding picture 

productions, inc. 
THE HAUNTED SUITCASE. See Thalimer, 

Florence L. 
THE HAUNTED VIOLIN. See House of 

mystery, Nov. 24, 1945. 
HAURIGOT, PAUL. Theatre [t. 2] Mediter- 

ranee ; La femme punie. Sequana-Paris, 

Editions litteraires de Monaco [1944] 202 p. 

19y 2 cm. © 1-20-44 ; lc 8-29-45 ; Rene" 

Julliard, Paris : D pub. 642. 
HAUSMAN, LEON. Nerves, a two act farce- 

comedv. © lc 9-21—46 ; Leon Hausman, 

Atlantic City ; D unp. 5034. 
HAUSSAMEN, CRANE. Evil angel, a play in 

thre acts. © lc 2—1-46 ; Crane Haussamen, 

New York ; D unp. 496. 
HAVE it your way ! See De Costa, Leon. 
THE HAVERHILL necklace. See The Green 

Hornet. No. 763. 
HAVEY, ROBERT W. You ... the witness, 

a one reel motion picture quiz . . . with 

audience participation. A collaboration by 

Robert W. Havey, Bobby Kroll and Norman 

Rankow. © lc 4-25-46 ; Robert W. Havey, 

Bobby Kroll and Norman Rankow, New 

York ; D unp. 3517. 
HAWES, BESS. Hootenanny (The union hoot, 

town hall, May 9, 1946) a dramatic script in 

two parts by Bess Hawes, Lee Hays and 

Peter Seeger ; produced by Bess Hawes. 

Stage manager : Charles Polacheck. © lc 

7-15-46 ; People's songs, inc., New York ; 

D unp. 4076. 
HAWKES. FREDERICK WILLIAM. 

Calamity Jane, a radio program by Kirby 

Hawkes [pseud.] Broadcast Mar. 31. Apr. 

7, 1946. © lc each 4-22-46 ; James M. 

Doane productions, Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 

D unp. 2682, 2683. 

Death has no accent, a play by Kirby 

Hawkes [pseud.] 27 leaves. © lc 8-27^6 ; 

Frederick William Hawkes, Beverly Hills, 

Calif. ; D unp. 4717. 
HAWKES, KIRBY, pseud. See Hawkes, Fred- 
erick William. 
HAWKINS, ROSS. 

Lockout 1946, a play in three acts. © lc 

1-27-46; Ross Hawkins, Brooklyn ;.D unp. 

426. 

Tragic victory : or, The tragedy of Colonel 

McCoy. A play in three acts. © lc 3-28— 

46 ; Ross Hawkins, Brooklyn ; D unp. 2272. 
HAWKINS. STEWART. The battle that 

never ends. See Exploring the unknown, 

Feb. 17, 1946. 
HAWLEY, ESTHER M. 

Crossroad, a dramatic composition. 20 

leaves. © 10-10-45 ; 2c 1-9-46 ; Esther M. 

Hawley, by assignment from the American 

theatre wing war service, inc. ; D pub. 95554. 
People seem to lose their way, a play in 

one act. ©10-15-46 ; 2c 10-31-46 : Esther 

M. Hawley, New York ; D pub. 5753. 

What's the why? A play in one act. © 

10-25-46 ; 2c 10-31-46 : Esther M. Hawley, 

New York : D pub. 5754. 
HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL. 

The Chimaera. See Reisewitz, Ellen 

Anna. 

The three golden apples. See Reisewitz, 

Ellen Anna. 
HAY, IAN, pseud. See Beith, J. H. 



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HAYE, THEODORE S. Prologue to tomorrow, 
a play in three acts. © 1 c 3-7-46 ; Ralph 
Weinstein, Brooklyn ; D unp. 984. 

HAYES, ELIZABETH MacPHERSON. Little 
men U need in your menu, a rhymed story 
of nutrition for dramatic presentation. 10 
leaves. © lc 11-21-46 ; Elizabeth Mac- 
Pherson Hayes, New Haven ; D unp. 6661. 

HAYES, JOSEPH ARNOLD. 

Ask for me tomorrow, a comedy-drama 
in three acts for all females. New York, 
French, c 1946. 98 p. diagr. 19 cm. © 
8-12-46 ; 2c 12-18-46 ; Samuel French, 
New York ; D pub. 6694. 

Life of the party. See Hayes, Marrijane. 

HAYES, MARL The Allison scandal. See 
Breed, Edgar R. 

HAYES, MARRIJANE. Life of the party, a 
family comedy in three acts by Marrijane 
and Joseph Hayes. New York, French ; 
[etc.] cl945. 123 p. diagr. 18y 2 cm. © 12- 
7-45 ; 2c 2-6-46 ; Samuel French, New 
York ; D pub. 581. 

HAYES, ROBERT AUSTIN. What-a-man 
Parker ! An original 15-minute comedy. 
© lc 3-26-46 ; Robert Austin Hayes, Bos- 
ton ; D unp. 2266. 

HAYES, SAM. Can you remember? Radio 
script no. 2. © lc 5-20-46 ; Sam Hayes, 
Hollywood ; C 461. 

HAYES, THOMAS M. H. M. S. Pinafore. 
See Sullivan, Sir Arthur Seymour. 

HAYS, LEE. Hootenanny. See Hawes, Bess. 

HAZELTON, QUEENA. Wizard of earth. 
Episode I. Radio script. © lc 5-22-46 ; 
Queena Hazelton, New York ; D unp. 3262. 

HE HAD to face it. See Jam Handy organiza- 
tion, inc. 

HE is not here ! He is risen ! See Nagy, 
Paul, jr. 

HE went with Marco Polo. See Lockhart, 
Katharine. 

HE who laughs last. See Toby, Jackson. 

HEA, MARSHALL CHARLES. The thorne 
tree ; a short play in one scene. © lc 2—15- 
46 ; Marshall Charles Hea, Pasadena, Calif. ; 
D unp. 2002. 

HEADS in the sand. See Agg, Howard. 

HEAGY, HAROLD J. Dog eat dog. See 
Topa, John A. 

HEALEY, ROBERT MATHIEU. You can al- 
ways tell a mushroom, a one act farce. 
© lc 11-20-46 : Robert Mathieu Healey, 
New York ; D unp. 6009. 

HEALTHY building industry is essential to 
prosperity. See Keeping up with the Wig- 
glesworths. No. 49. 

HEALTHY, wealthy and wise. See United 
productions of America. 

HEANEY, PAUL GERARD. The feeling 
grows, a play in three acts. © lc 11-6- 
46 ; Paul Gerard Heaney, St. Joseph, Mo. ; 
D unp. 5845. 

HEARNDON House. See Herron, Estella 
Wynne. 

THE HEART hath reasons. See Swan, Paul. 

THE HEART is wide.' See Richton, Addy. 

THE HEART remembers. See Jopling, Made- 
Ion June. 

THE HEARTACHE of Don Juan. See 
Gauthier, Robert. 

HEARTBEATS in sports. See Cross, Philip 
Stanley. 

HEARTSONG. See Laurents, Arthur. 

HEATH, WALTER T. 

Olga sings, episode no. 1. Radio script. 
© lc 7-2-46 ; Walter T. Heath, Denver ; 
D unp. 4653. 

Safety program for schools, a fifteen 
minute radio program. © lc 4-2-46 ; Wal- 
ter T. Heath, Denver ; C 339. 

HEAVEN in the hay. See Laskoff, Leo L. 

HEAVEN isn't so bad. See Neuenburg, 
Evelyn. 



HEAVENLY hosts. See Sherman, Charles H. 
HEAVENLY road. See Page, Sarah. 
THE HEAVENLY uprising. See Kirshbaum, 
Louis. 

HEAVEN'S above. See Wood, Peggy. 
HEAVY bombardment. See Mott, Grenville. 
THE HEAVY death. See Murder at midnight. 

No. 7. 
HECHT, BEN. 

A flag is born, a drama. 45 leaves. © lc 
7-24-46 ; Ben Hecht, Nyack, N. Y .; D unp. 
4842. 

Swan song, a play in three acts by Ben 
Hecht and Charles MacArthur. © lc 
3-29-46 ; Ben Hecht and Charles MacAr- 
thur : D unp. 2295. 

HECHT COMPANY. Today in history. See 
Martin (Harwood) advertising agency. 

HECKMAN, RENAY C. The fraudulent halo, 
a comedy in three acts by Renay C. Heck- 
man and William E. Duicho. © lc 11-7-46 ; 
Renay C. Heckman and William E. Duicho, 
Sharon Hill, Pa. ; D unp. 5848. 

HEDDA Gabler. See Teschan, Walter E. v. B. 

HEDRICK, PAUL H. Star reporter. See 
Hagedorn, Horace. 

THE HEEPLE steeple. See Zerwick, M. B. 

HEIBEL, MAMIE. 

Our first community Mother's club, 1910- 
1917. A play in two scenes. © lc 5-29-46 ; 
Mamie Heibel, Muskegon, Mich. ; D unp. 
4407. 

HEIDELBERGER, MICHAEL. Resistance to 
infectious disease. New York Philharmonic- 
symphony intermission feature. Broadcast 
Oct. 27. 1946. © lc 11-10-46; United 
States rubber co., New York ; C 877. 

HEIGH-HO holly. See Christie, Catherine 
A. 

HEIGH-HO-THE-MERRY-O. See Evans, 
Howard R. 

HEINE. ARTHUR. 

Cuckoos in the Odeon, a one act morality 
play about professional drama critics. 
© lc 6-15-46 ; Arthur Heine, New York ; 
D imp. 3637. 

Pericles, prince of Tyre, an adaptation in 
five acta from the works of John Gower, 
poet, Lawrence Twyne, novelist. William 
Shakespeare et alii. © lc 4-4-46 ; Arthur 
Heine, New York : D unp. 2441. 

HEISLER, KALMAN. The accursed well, 
source title. See Hoffman, Marie Lundi 
Gilbert. Son of the well. 

DER HEITERE lebensabend. See Guggen- 
heim, Kurt. 

HELEN of Joy. See Matray, Maria. 

HELL. See Cohen, Elliot J. 

HELLER, IRVING. These are your children. 
Audition script by Irving Heller and Hal 
Reid. (Heller and Reid program no. 1) 
© lc 4-4-46 ; Irving Heller and Hal Reid, 
New York : D unp. 2436. 

HELLER. JOSEPH. A suite disorder, a play 
in three acts by Joseph Heller and Seymour 
Ostrow. © lc 10-9-46 ; Joseph Heller, New 
York : D unp. 5948. 

HELLMAN, DORA. Portraits in oil, source 
title. See Miller, Jacob. The cavalier. 

HELLMAN, LILLIAN. Another part of the 
forest, a play in three acts. © lc 10-18-46 ; 
Lillian Hellman, New York ; D unp. 5514. 

HELLO ! I'm Adeline ! See Bucky, Frida 
Sarsen. 

HELL'S fury. See Covan, Morton. 

HELP bv wire. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2170-1395. 

HELP needed ! See Jam Handy organization, 
inc. 

HELP wanted. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2036-1261. 

HELP vourself. See Von Hesse, Elisabeth. 

HELPFULNESS — behind the counter. See 
Jam Handy organization, inc. 

A HELPING hand. See Ford, Christopher. 



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See 



A HELPING hand for the Cisco Kid. 
The Cisco Kid. No. 102A. 

HELPING hands. See Veterans of victory. 
No. 10. 

HELSBY. ARNOLD. Spider's web, a play in 
one act. Boston, Baker's plays ; [etc., 
1946] 35 p. 19 cm. (Baker's royalty 
plays) © 8-7-46 : 2c 8-8-46 ; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston ; D pub. 4541. 

HELVENSTON, HAROLD FINLEY. Beware 
the magpie, a comedy in three acts by Har- 
old Helvenston and John Fryer. © lc 12-2- 
46 ; John Gaillard Fryer, Los Angeles and 
Harold Finley Helvenston, Pittsburgh ; D 
imp. 6365. 

HENDERS House. See Weisman. Herman M. 

HENDERSON, MINNIE A. Criswell. The 
broken promise, a three act drama. © lc 
9-12-46 ; Minnie A. Criswell Henderson, 
Washington : D unp. 4878. 

THE HENDRYS. -See Lanfield, Eunice. 

HENNEFELD, EDMUND B. Once over 

lightly. See Kaiser, Samuel. 

HENNESSY. EDWARD WILLIAM. Play ball. 
See Matesky, Ralph. 

HENNINGFELD, MIRRIAM BOWDEN. Dev.il 
drums, a musical play in four acts. Music, 
lyrics and book by Monica Witni [pseud.] 
Text and music on separate leaves. © lc 
7—24-46 ; Mirriam Bowden Henningfeld, 
Milwaukee ; D unp. 1071. 

HENRI, the tolerant. See Victor, Victor. 

HENRICLE, KATHERINE. Mulberry bend, 
a four act play. © lc 9-27-46 ; Katherine 
Henricle. Houston, Tex. ; D unp. 5140. 

HENRIETTA. -See Kirschbaum, Kenneth 
James. 

HENRIETTO SZOLD. -See The eternal light. 
No. 28. Williams, Carola Bell. 

HENRY, AUSTIN. 

Blood on her hands. -See Peavey, Harris. 
Listen to the wind. -See Peavey, Harris. 

HENRY, BRUCE. -See Wilding picture pro- 
ductions, inc. 
By Jupiter. 
Colors that move. 
Everyday miracles. 
Fabulous field's. 
Free ride. 
The haunted store. 
Key to the future. 
Mortgaged miles. 

HENRY, PAUL THOMAS. The nation's tem- 
perature, a lecture on advertising ingenuity. 
© lc 8-1-46 : Paul Thomas Henry, Harris- 
burs:, Pa.; C 612. 

HENRY IV, source title. See Flatter, Richard 
R. Falstaff. 

HENRY VI. source title. -See McCurdey, Cath- 
arine Millar. Joan of Arc. 

HENSLEY, LULA TURNER. 

Color shouldn't count, Nellie Wilson ; a 
play by Nain Gray [pseud.] 10 leaves. 
© lc 1-14-46 : Lula Turner Hensley, Wago- 
ner. Okl. ; D unp. 242. 

Holy angels sing, a play by Nain Gray 
[pseud.] © lc 1-14-46 : Lula Turner Hens- 
ley, Wagoner, Okla. ; D unp. 221. 

HEPBURN, DICK. -See Hepburn, Richard 
Houghton. 

HEPBURN, RICHARD HOUGHTON. Valen- 
tine, a comedy, 1941—1946, in three acts, 
by Dick Hepburn. © lc 9-3-46 ; Richard 
Houghton Hepburn, Hartford ; new matter : 
revisions ; D unp. 4790. Prev. reg. 4—17- 
42 ; D unp. 79926. 

HER airborne lover. -See Makaroff, George 
Alexander. 

HER first client, Aunt Carrie. -See Lockhart, 
Eunice Chapin. 

HER highness, Mrs. Jamison. See The 
Sheriff. No. 88. 

HER immortal life. -See Bennett, Julia. 

HERBERT, DOROTHY. Sundayland, episode 
1 for radio. Text by Blanche McArthur, 



music and lyrics by Dorothy Herbert. © lc 
12-3-45 ; Blanche McArthur, New York ; D 
unp. 1009. 

HERBERT, F. HUGH. Noblesse oblige, a 
comedy in . three acts. © lc 1-15-46 ; F. 
Hugh Herbert, Los Angeles ; D unp. 213. 

HERBERT, HUGH. -See Herbert, F. Hugh. 

HERE today. -See Lamson, Peggy. 

HERE we go again. -See Wigley, Senga A. 

HERE'S how. -See Vocafilm corporation. 

HERE'S Howe. -See Chapman, Bruce. 

HERINGMAN, BERNARD. Letter from the 
night, a radio script by Bernard Heringman 
on a suggestion by Doryce Solomon. © lc 
3-8-46 : Bernard Heringman, Baltimore ; 
D unp. 2399. 

HERITAGE. -See Edwards, Roland. 

L'HERITAGE de Galuche. -See Morjardin, 
Alin. 

HERMAN, JACK. -See The return of Nick 
Carter. 

HERMAN, MILTON A. Murder is for keeps, 
a play in three acts. © lc 6-5-46 ; Milton 
A. Herman and Esther Grusetz, copartners, 
trading as Herman & Grusetz, Brooklyn ; 
D unp. 3401. 

HERMAN, RUTH. Julie. -See Riegner, Henry 
George. 

HERMAN AND GRUSETZ. -See Herman, 
Milton A. 

HERMANN, M. JEAN. 

We never had it so good. -See Ernst, 
Elma R. 

You never had it so good. -See Ernst, 
Elma R. 

HERN, HOPE. Venetian folly. -See Zoff, 
Otto. 

HERNDON, ALICE MAUD SHELBY. The 
Let's Get Together club. Radio program 1. 
© lc 4-15-46 ; Alice Maud Shelby Herndon, 
Louisville, Ky. ; D unp. 2612. 

HERO in the doghouse. -See Dr. Christian. 
No. 391. 

HERO trouble. -See Farabough, Alma Jean. 

HEROES of the Americas. -See Welshans, 
Winnifred Guise. 

HERRICK, LANDON. Cops and robbers, a 
cartoon in three acts. © lc 1-29-46 ; Lan- 
don Herrick, New York ; D unp. 410. 

HERRON, ESTELLA WYNNE. Hearndon 
House, a drama in three acts by Stella 
Wynne Herron. © lc 5-13-46 ; Estella 
Wynne Herron, New York ; D unp. 3030. 

HERRON, STELLA WYNNE. -See Herron, 
Estella Wynne. 

HERSCHER, LOUIS. "Bell" modern min- 
strel man, with complete songs, jokes, dia- 
logue and stage directions ; text and musie 
by Louis Herscher. Text and music on- 
separate leaves. © lc 9-14-46 ; Louis 
Herscher (Bell song pub. co.), Hollywood;: 
D unp. 1111. 

HERTZ, ANDREW. The rift of dawn. -See 
Pevzner, William. 

HERZ, LILLIAN. Fighter pirates incor- 
porated. -See Abramson, George. 

HE'S a good neighbor. -See Kuhn, Frederick 
Annen. 

HESS, FRANCES LEEDOM. Scenes in solo ; 
monologues for a woman. Philadelphia, 
Penn play co. [1946] 89 p. © 1-2-46; 
2c 2-11-46 ; Penn play co., Philadelphia ; 
D pub. 659. 
HETRICH, STELLA. The smiling madonna, 
a post-war play in three acts. © lc 8—20— 
46 ; Stella Hetrich, Reiffton, Pa. ; D unp. 
4614. 
HEUER, EDWARD I. 

Along came Charlie. -See Hale, Nathan. 

Along came Harriet. See Rose, Le Roma. 

Aunt Miranda's will. -See Rose, Le Roma. 

Call me darling. -See Stone, James Floyd. 

The Canary club. -See Baitsell, Marianna. 

Christmas bells. -See Moser, Marian. 



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HBUER, EDWARD I. — Con. 

A date for Bobby Sox. See Payton, 
Donald. 

A date with Barbara. See Smarte, Bette. 
Dear papa ! See Metcalf, Felicia. 
For Dad's sake. See Palmer, James 
Wesley. 

The ghost wore white. See Rose, Le Roma. 
Grandad meets a pal. See Lindsey, 
Sandra. 

It always works. See Laufe, A. L. 
Just ducky ! See Payton, Donald. 
Kathy the great. See Bennett, Carol. 
Life o' the party. See Payton, Donald. 
Life with Bobby Sox. See Payton, 
Donald. 

Love hits Wilbur. See Payton, Donald. 
Muggsy's Merry Christmas. See Payton, 
Donald. 

. The novel event. See Winthrop, Dorothy. 
Pardon my ancestors. See Rose Le 
JRoma. 

Patty turns the tide. See Averill, Esther C. 
Prayer for peace. See Moser, Marian. 
So help me ! See Johnson, Albert. 
Society rides again. See Payton, Donald. 
Springtime for Skippy. See Rose, Le 
Roma. 

Stoney's brides. See Payton, Donald. 
There'll come a day. See Hale, Ruth. 
This ghost business. See Clark, Al W. 
HEUER, J. VINCENT. Out of this world. 

See McCoy, Paul Stevens. 
HEUGEL ET CIE. Comme ils s'aiment. See 

Belvianes, Marcel. 
HEWES, Mrs. AGNES DANFORTH. Spice 

and the devil's cave. See Piatt, Helen. 
HEWSON, ISABEL MANNING. The land of 
the lost, a fantasy with music in three acts. 
Text only. © lc 9-20-46 ; Isabel Manning 
Hewson, New York; D unp. 5011. 
HEY moon. See Cohen, Elliot J. 
HI ho Figaro. See Whiting, William. 
HI JINX. (Radio program). 

Scripts in this series are by Tex McCrary 
and Mrs. Tex McCrary. © Tex McCrary 
and Mrs. Tex McCrary, New York. 

May 14, 1946. © lc 6-29-46 ; D unp. 
3974. 

May 36, 1946. © lc 6-29-46; D unp. 
3975. 

June 12, 1946. © lc 6-29-46 ; D unp. 
3976. 
HI, pop. See Coffin, Dean. 
HIATT, HOWARD H. Easy street, the tragic 
love story of a waterfront cafe singer ; a 
plav in two acts by Hiatt and Martin. © lc 
4-12-46 ; Howard H. Hiatt and Wallace H. 
Martin, Washington ; D unp. 2557. 
THE HICKORY tree. See Walsh, Henry. 
HICKOX, HARRY M. Jump-Jump and the 
story of the little lost star. See Hickox, 
Mary McConnell. 
HICKOX, MARY McCONNELL. Jump-Jump 
and the story of the little lost star ; or, A 
Christmas adventure with Jump-Jump. Text 
by Mary McConnell, lyrics and music by 
Mary McConnell Hickox and Harry M. 
Hickox. Text and music on separate leaves. 
© lc 9-26-46 ; Mary McConnell Hickox, 
Hollywood ; D unp. 1096. 
HICKS, ELIZABETH. The downstairs win- 
dow, a comedy in one act. Minneapolis, 
Northwestern press. c 1946. 29 p. 19 cm. 
© 10-9-46 ; 2c 10-13-46 ; Northwestern 
press, Minneapolis ; D pub. 5295. 
HICKS, LONNIE. Black market, A. D. ; a 
one act playlet. © lc 9—9-46 ; Lonnie 
Hicks, Los Angeles ; D unp. 5526. 
THE HIDDEN hand. See The Lone Ranger. 

No. 2101-1326. 
HIDDEN hunger. See Exploring the unknown, 
Jan. 27, 1946, 



HIDDEN treasure of Glaston. See Faulkner, 
Anne I. 

HIDE and seek. See Huckins, Janet. 

HIGGINS, CLIFFORD. The Queen of ro- 
mance, a light opera in two acts ; music by 
Clifford Higgin, book and lyrics by Randal 
Glover and Clifford Higgin. Text and 
music on separate leaves. © lc 4-27-46 ; 
Clifford Higgin, Calgary, Alb., Can. ; Geo. 
Glover, Vancouver, B. C., Can. ; and Mar- 
garet H. Noble, Toronto ; D unp. 1045. 

THE HIGGINS* touch. See Richardson, 
Virgil J. 

HIGH pressure packing developments. See 
Allen, Robert E . 

HIGH stakes. See Vest, Peter Jean. 

HIGH time. See Latshaw, George Tarrant. 

THE HIGHEST bidder, source title. See Vest, 
Peter Jean. High stakes. 

HIGLEY, PHILO. The desert grows, a play 
in three acts. © lc 12-5-46 ; Philo Higley, 
New York ; D unp. 6419. 

HIJACK and Jill. See The Sheriff. No. 105. 

HILL, CATHERINE. The cedar deer ; or, The 
flying bookshelf. Radio script. © lc 
6-3-46 ; Catherine Hill, Chicago ; D unp. 
4915. 

HILL, ELLIE. See Pettit, Ellie Hill. 

HILL, GENE RENOUF. 

The adventures of Nip and Tuck. Episode 
No. 8, for radio. Radio script. © lc 
7-1-46 : Gene Renouf Hill, Pleasanton, 
Calif. ; D unp. 3891. 

Liz Nash— Dude ranch. Episode I, for 
radio. © lc 7-26-46 ; Gene Renouf Hill, 
Pleasanton, Calif. ; D unp. 4287. 

Old country store, Novelty radio program. 
© lc 5-28-46 ; Gene Renouf Hill, Pleasan- 
ton, Calif. ; C 454. 

HILL, MALVERN. Poor Percival. See St. 
Clair, Robert. 

HILL, ROBERT. Uncertain wings, a com- 
edy in three acts by Robert Hill and Floyd 
Crutchfield. New York, French ; [etc., 1946] 
73 p. diagr. 18% cm. © 2-8-46, 2c 6-23-46 ; 
Samuel French, New York ; D pub. 3712. 

THE HILL of Nazareth. See Bishop, Eloise 
Carey. 

HILLERY, THOMAS JOSEPH. And where 
she stops. A comedy in three acts by Tom 
Hillery. © lc 2-11-46 ; Thomas Joseph 
Hillery. Boonton, N. J. ; D unp. 2189. 

HILLERY, TOM. See Hillery, Thomas Joseph. 

HILLES, DAVE E. The House That Sin 
Built, a play in three acts. © lc 5-17-46 ; 
Dave E. Hilles, Stillwater, Okl. ; D unp. 
3866. 

HILLIARD, FRANK. Wind along the waste, 
a play in three acts by Frank Hilliard and 
Violet Rodda. © lc 9-8-46 : Frank Hilliard, 
Hollywood, and Violet Rodda, Los Angeles ; 
D unp. 4836. 

HILLIER, JAMES. The story of the electron 
miscroscope. New York Philharmonic- 
symphony intermission feature. Broadcast 
Feb. 24, 1946. © lc 3-14-46 ; United States 
rubber co.. New York, C 288. 

HILSE, BRUNO. Lone Star. See Wick, Otto. 

HIMMELL, SAMUEL S. The retired mer- 
chant ; or, Retired. A play in three acts. 
© lc 5-8-46 ; Samued S". Himmell, New 
York ; D unp. 2943. 

DER HIMMELSKANDITAT. See Neubach, 
Ernst. 

HIMSELF. See McCabe, Francis Joseph. 

HINTON, JANE. I have killed, a play in 
three acts based on a play by Leopold 
Marchand. © lc 2-15-46 ; Jane Hinton, 
Philadelphia ; D unp. 718. 

HIRN, EDITH. Gestapo, a play in three acts. 
Hungarian text. © lc 7-24-46 : Edith Him, 
Budapest, Hungary ; D unp. 4271. 

HIRSCH. FDW4RD. Southern comfort. See 
Ross, Richard. 



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HIRSCH, MOREEN. From little acorns, a 
new play in three acts by Moreen Hirsch. © 
1C 3-19-46 ; Moreen Hirsch, New York ; D 
unp. 2742. 

HIRSH, IRVING R. Citizen Joe, a play in 
three acts. © lc 2-3-46 ; Irving R. Hirsh, 
Paterson, N. J. ; D unp. 516. 

HIRSH, MOREEN. See Hirsch, Moreen. 

HIS brother's keeper. See Harmon, David. 

HIS day of triumph. See Rosemon, Mabel J. 

HIS greatest pleasure. See Grabscheid, 
Henry Gustave. 

HIS honor is not pleased. See Davie, Stanley 
F. 

HIS mother's promise. See Wyatt, Euphemia. 

THE HISS of death. See The Shadow. Feb. 
24. 1946. 

HISTORICAL PRODUCTIONS INC. Dela- 
ware, the first state of the Union. See Na- 
than, Adele. 

HISTORY in the making. See Daniels, Wal- 
ter M. 

HISTORY was never like this ! See Dobrans, 
Samuel Wilbur. 

HITCH your trailer. See Teeter, Robert 
Waldron. 

THE HITHER and thither of Danny Dither. 
%See North, Alex. 

HIZZONER the mayor. See Diener, David E. 

HO ARE, JOHN EDWARD. My bobolink, a 
comedy in three acts. © lc 7—27-46 ; John 
Edward Hoare, Montreal ; D unp. 4307. 

HOATHER, WINIFRED G. The ballad of 
Nicky ; or, The cow-boy engineer. Words 
by Alice Lightner, music by Winifred G. 
Hoather. © lc 12-17-46 ; Alice Lightner, 
New York : D unp. 1141. 

HOAXES. See Ross, James. 

HOBBS, STEPHEN BERTRAM. Exits and 
entrances, a radio drama. © lc 6—11—46 ; 
Stephen Bertram Hobbs, Scarsdale, N. Y. ; 
D unp. 3537. 

HOBEN, ALICE M. The linked triangles ; or, 
International baby. A comedy in three acts. 
© lc 8-13-46 ; Alice M. Hoben, New York ; 
D unp. 4519. 

HOCHGRAF, ROBERT I. Adventures in 
shopping. Radio broadcast. © lc 2—15-46 ; 
Robert I. Hochgraf, New York ; C 187. 

HoCHWALDER, fritz. 

Der fliichtling, schauspiel in drei akten. 
© lc 1-12-46 ; Kurt Reiss, Basel, Switzer- 
land ; D unp. 162. 

Die verschleierte frau, komodie in drei 
akten. © lc 10-23-46 ; Kurt Reiss 
theaterverlag a. g., Basel, Switzerland ; D 
unp. 5590. 

HOERGER, FREDERICK F. 

The glorious tragedy of life ; a quintuple 
of art. An intellectual drama in four acts. 
© lc 5-2-46 ; Frederick F. Hoerger, Penns- 
ville, N. J. ; D unp. 2906. 

Immortal aid, a comedy in three acts. 
© lc 4-6-46 ; Frederick F. Hoerger, Penns- 
vilte. N. J. ; D unp. 2482. 

HOFFMAN, CHARLENE S. Understudy. 
Radio script. © lc 5-22-46 ; Charlene S. 
Hoffman, New York ; D unp. 3386. 

HOFFMAN, HARRY. The odyssey of Butch, 
a radio script by Harry Hoffman and Rich- 
ard Dana. © lc 4-5-46 ; Harry Hoffman 
and Richard Dana, Forest Hills, N. Y. ; D 
unp. 2434. 

HOFFMAN, LEO C. Sunset, a play in three 
acts. © lc 12-24-46 ; Leo C. Hoffman, 
Neponsit, N. Y. ; D unp. 6668. 

HOFFMAN. LOTA. Hot and cold. See Cos- 
tello, Mildred. 

HOFFMAN. LOUIS. 

No place like home, a domestic comedy in 
four scenes. © lc 6-15-46 ; Louis Hoffman, 
Hartford ; D unp. 3631. 

Not tonight, Josephine ; a satire in two 



acts. © lc 3-22-46 ; Louis Hoffman, Hart- 
ford ; D unp. 2425. 

HOFFMAN, MARIE LUNDI GILBERT. Son 
of the well, a play in three acts by Lundi 
Gilbert [pseud.], adapted from the play, 
The accursed well, bv Kalman Heisler. 
© lc 2-10-46, Marie Lundi Gilbert Hoff- 
man, New York ; D unp. 2766. 

HOFFMANN, ELEANOR. Mischief in fez. 
See Lockhart, Katharine. 

HOFFMANN, JOHN ROBERT. Exclusive 
rights, a farce comedy in three acts by 
Robert Hoffmann. © lc 3-17-46 ; John 
Robert Hoffmann, Oak Park, 111. : D unp. 
2133. 

HOFFMANN, ROBERT. See Hoffmann, John 
Robert. 

HOGAN, FRANK. 

Give me liberty ; music by Frank Hogan, 
text by Sumner Moulton. Text and music 
on separate leaves. © lc 10-1-46 ; Frank 
Hogan and Sumner Moulton, Cambridge. 
Mass. ; D unp. 1097. 

The Miss in the weather, by Frank 
Hogan and Sumner Moulton. Radio script. 
© lc 4-5-46 ; Frank Hogan and Sumner 
Moulton, Cambridge, Mass. ; C. 638. 

HOGAN, PENDLETON. The flowering plum, 
a play in three acts. © lc 5-9-46 ; Pendle- 
ton Hogan, New York ; D unp. 2983. 

HOGGER Maginnis. See Wilding picture pro- 
ductions, inc. 

HOIST, VINCENT E. Until the dawn, a play 
in three acts. © lc 1-30-46 ; Vincent E. 
Hoist, Bronx, N. Y. ; D unp. 430. 

HOLCOMB, H. Lawrence. Little Miss Flat- 
foot, by H. Lawrence Holcomb and Ash- 
mead E. Scott, jr. Radio script. © lc 1- 
21—46 ; H. Lawrence Holcomb and Ashmead 
E. Scott, jr., West Los Angeles, Calif. ; D 
unp. 276. 

HOLCZER, IRVING D. Reunion, an original 
radio script. © lc 1-16-46 ; Irving D. 
Holczer, Waterbury, Conn. ; D unp. 219. 

HOLD your wish. See Bridgman, Margaret. 

HOLD-UP. See Challenge of the Yukon. No. 
423. 

A HOLD-UP for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 
Kid. No. 50A. 

HOLE in the sky. See Smith, Paul Gerard. 

HOLETON, ELIZABETH SUZANNE. The 
victor. A radio play. © lc 3-10-46 ; 
Elizabeth Suzanne Holeton, Niles, O. ; r> 
unp. 2030. 

HOLIDAY. See Spatz, H. Donald. 

HOLIDAY AND COMPANY. (Radio pro- 
gram). 

Scripts in this series are by Abram S. 
Burrows. © Abram S. Burrows, New York. 
Feb. 8, 15, 1946. © lc each 3-1-46 ; D 
unp. 897, 898. 

Feb. 22, Mar. 1, 1946. © lc each 3-31- 
46 ; D unp. 2325, 2326. 

Mar. 8-Mar. 22, 1946. © lc each 4-11- 
46 ; D unp. 2534-2536. 

Mar. 29-Apr. 12, 1946. © lc each 4-21- 
46 ; D unp. 2754-2756. 

Apr. 19, 26, 1946. © lc each 5-20-46 ; 
D unp. 3247-3248. 

HOLIDAY for Cupid. See Lovelace, John 
Haywood. 

HOLIDAY for ihusic. See Geyer, Cornell and 
Newell, inc. 

HOLLADAY, VIRGINIA VAN SANT. Locker 
room, a play in two acts. © lc 6-18-46 ; 
Virginia Van Sant Holladay, Roslyn, N. Y. ; 
D unp. 3659. 

HOLLAND, CLIFFORD H. The girl mystic, 
a musical comedy in three acts by Clifford 
H. Holland. Text and music on separate 
leaves. © lc 2-25-46 ; Ingeborg Holland ; 
Pasadena, Calif. ; D unp. 1047. 



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HOLLAND, GERALD. 

Big Boy Blue, a radio play. (Cavalcade 
of America, Dec. 10, 1945) © lc 6-7-46 ; 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Wilming- 
ton, Del. ; D unp. 3463. 

C. M., H., episode 7. Lieut. Ray Zussman. 
Radio script. © lc 5-14-46 ; National 
broadcasting co., inc., D unp. 3471. 

HOLLAND, INGEBORG. The girl mystic. 
See Holland, Clifford H. 

HOLLEMAN, RUTH. See Poritz, Ruth Holle- 
man. 

HOLLISTER, LEN D. Secret witness, a 
modern melodrama in three acts by Len D. 
Hollister and G. O. MacConachie. © lc 
8-22-46 ; Len D . Hollister and G. O. 
MacConachie, New York ; D unp. 4658. 

HOLLOWAY, JEAN. Prayer for peace. Ra- 
dio script. © lc 4-13-46 ; Jean Holloway, 
Beverly Hills, Calif. ; D unp. 2605. 

HOLLY HILL. -See Buss, Carl A. 

THE HOLLYWOOD grab bag. See Pearson, 
Ben. 

HOLLYWOOD handout. See Ande, George. 

HOLLYWOOD is murder. See Smith, Ben- 
jamin Vernon. 

HOLLYWOOD JACKPOT. Pre-shows, nos. 
1—4 by Gordon Auchincloss. Radio scripts. 
© lc each 10-2-46 ; Show productions, inc., 
New York ; D unp. 5193-96. 

HOLLYWOOD JACKPOT. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Gordon 
Auchincloss, II. © Show productions, inc., 
New York. 

1. Broadcast Sept. 30, 1946. © lc 10-2- 
46 : D unp. 5197. 

2-5. Broadcast Oct. 2-11, 1946. © lc 
each 10-11-46 ; D unp. 6117-6120. 

6-8. Broadcast Oct. 11-16, 1946. © lc 
each 10-18-46 ; D unp. 6121-6123. 

9. Broadcast Oct. 18, 1946. © lc 10-24- 
46 ; D unp. 6356. 

10. Broadcast Oct. 21, 1946. © lc 10- 
24-46 ; D unp. 6444. 

11-12. Broadcast Oct. 25, 28, 1946. © 
lc each 10-31-46 ; D unp. 5721-5722. 

13-17. Broaclcost Oct. 30-Nov. 8. 1946. 
© lc each 11-13-46 ; D unp. 5932-5936. 

18. Broadcast Nov. 11, 1946. © lc 11-20- 
46 : D unp. 6057. 

19. Broadcast Nov. 13, 1946. © lc 11-20- 
46 : D unp. 6056. 

20. Broadcast Nov. 15, 1946. © lc 11- 
20-46 : D unp. 6058. 

21-23. Broadcast Nov. 18-23, 1946. © lc 
each 11-27-46 : D unp. 6254-6256. 

24-26. Broadcast Nov. 25-29, 1946. © lc 
each 12-4-46 : D unp. 6701-6703. 

27-29. Broadcast Dec. 2-6, 1946. © lc 
each 12-11-46 : D unp. 6520-6522. 

30-32. Broadcast Dec. 9-13, 1946. © lc 
each 12-20-46 ; D unp. 6605-6607. 
HOLM. JOHN CECIL. 

Brighten the corner, a new comedy in 
three acts. © lc 12-11-45 ; John Cecil 
Holm, New York ; new matter : revision ; 
D unp. 209. Prev. reg. Here comes Harvey ; 
6-10-44, D unp. 89244. 

Brighten the corner : play in three acts. 
[New York] Dramatists play service 
[1946] 77 p. 19 cm. © 3-20-46 ; 2c 3-25- 
46 ; John Cecil Holm, New York ; D pub. 
2333. 

The filly from Flatbush. a musical 
comedy book by John Cecil Holm and Charles 
K. Peck, jr. In two acts. © lc 5-8—46; 
John Cecil Holm and Charles K. Peck, jr., 
New York ; D unp. 2934. 

Gramercy ghost, a new comedy in three 
acts. (D lc 3-7-46 : John Cecil Holm, New 
York : D unp. 941. 
HOLMAN, J. A. 

Child of 1945. See Bene§, K. J. 

DftS 1945. See Bene§, K. J. 



HOLMES, MARGUERITE. 

Advanced course. Lesson nos. 1-18. 
(Second series) © lc each 3-20-45: Mar- 
guerite Holmes, Santa Monica, Calif. ; C 
17073-90. 

Beginner's course. Lesson nos. 1-19. 
(First series) © lc each 3-20-45 : Mar- 
guerite Holmes, Santa Monica, Calif. ; C 
17054-72. 

Boogie-woogie course. Lesson nos. 1-9. 
(Third series) © lc each 3-20-45; Mar- 
guerite Holmes, Santa Monica, Calif. ; C 
17091-99. 

HOLMES, OLIVER WENDELL. See Lavery, 
Emmet. The magnificent Yankee. 

HOLST, CATHERINE. How John Henry fell 
asleep, a story written for a children's 
phonograph record. © lc 9-24-46 ; Cathe- 
rine Hoist, New York ; C 277. 

HOLTBY, GRACE. 

Nola. Radio script no. 1. © lc 4-12-46 ; 
Don Cameron associates, Baltimore ; D unp. 
2643. 

Tales of terror : the mysteries of Edgar 
Allan Poe. The cask of Amontillado. Radio 
script. © lc 2-22-46 ; Don Cameron asso- 
ciates, Baltimore ; D unp. 838. 

HOLTON, FRED B., pseud. See Wilson, Ira 
Bishop. 

HOLTZMAN, GENE. Kilroy is back. See 
Revnolds, Joseph Maynard. 

HOLY angels sing. See Hensley, Lulu Tur- 
ner. 

HOLZINGER, HAROLD THOMAS. 

Battle scars, a skit for radio or other 
oral reproduction. © lc 6-29-46 ; Harold 
Thomas Holzinger, Union City, N. J. ; C 553. 
Harry comes home, a skit for radio or 
other oral reproduction. © lc 6-29-46 ; 
ILarold Thomas Holzinger, Union City, 
N. J. ; C 554. 

HOME again. See Pursell, Charles S. 

HOME builder's clinic. See Belyea, Harry 
Alton. 

HOME for changelings. See Passmore, Rich- 
ard Erskine. 

HOME for Christmas. See Morley, Blythe. 

THE HOME laundry. See Vocafilm corpora- 
tion. 

HOME of the brave. See Laurents, Arthur. 

THE HOME of the moon. See McDonnell, 
Harold E. 

HOME service. See Schrock, Margaret. 

HOME, sweet home. See Older, Cora. Ameri- 
ca's immortal song. 

HOME to mother. See Johnson, Ermane 
Lowell. 

HOME varieties. See Fasano, Harriet Walker. 

HOME your palace. See Lockhart. Eunice 
Chapin. 

HOMECOMING. -See 

The Lone Ranger. No. 2143-1368. 
Sherbowskv, David. 

HOMEKEEPERS radio program. -See Coyle, 
Jessie M. 

HOMELAND. -See Gershe. Irving. 

HOMEMAKING and teaching. See Schrock, 
Margaret. 

HOMER, FRANCES*. -See Roos, Frances 
Homer. 

HOMER and Jethro. -See Brown, Dave. 

HOMER Price. See Lockhart, Katharine. 

HOMERUS. The Odyssey, source title. -See 
Brinton. Jasper Y. The Odyssey of Homer. 
Koch. Richard. Time to go home. 

HOMESTEADS on the range. See The Lone 
Ranger. No. 2115-1340. 

HOMETOWN editor. See Haling, Elbert 
Joseph. 

HOMICIDE House. -See Cohen, Harvey 
Deutscher. 

HOMO futurens. -See Greenberg, Emanuel 
Martin. Rendezvous with destiny. 

HONE ST debts. -See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2075-1300. 



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See Wilding picture 



boat. See Duncan, 



See Jam Handy organi- 
se Jam Handy or- 



HONEYMOON detour, 
productions, inc. 

HONEYMOON bouse 
Frederick. 

HONKY tonk. See Lux radio tbeatre, Apr. 8, 
1946. 

HONOLULU. -See Hughes, David C. 

HONOR of the press. See Cbrestensen, Fran- 
cis J. 

LHONORABLE Catherine. See Tessot, 
Solange. 

THE HONORABLE Jane. See Olson, Pershing 
Orville. 

HOOD - DANIEL, DOROTHY ARTHUR. 
Gather ye rosebuds? A play in three acts 
by Dorothy Arthur and Kenneth Keith 
[pseud.] 14 leaves. © lc 2-5-46; Dorothy 
Arthur Hood-Daniel. New York : D unp. 563. 

HOOD-DANIEL, KENNETH KEITH. Gather 
ye rosebuds? See Hood-Daniel, Dorothy 
Arthur. 

THE HOOFER. See Dr. Christian. No. 377. 

HOOKER, JANE. Jo Jo the storybook clown. 
Radio program no. 1—2. © lc each 4-25-46 ; 
Jane Hooker and Grant V. Wilson, jr., 
Maxwell Field, Ala. ; D unp. 2801, 2802. 

HOORAY for Joe. See Lyons, John Patrick. 

THE HOOSIER youth. See Stern, Josefa 
Thrall. 

HOOTENANNY. See Hawes, Bess. 

HOOTON, EARNEST A. The science of the 

. individual. New York Philharmonic-sym- 
phony intermission feature. Broadcast Oct. 
21. 1945. © lc 10-30-45 : United States 
rubber co., New York ; C 126. 

HOOVER, EUGENIA. Carmenita Jenkins, a 
play in three acts. © lc 6-27-46 ; Eugenia 
Hoover, New York ; D unp. 3774. 

HOOVER COMPANY. 
Cordially yours, 
zation, inc. 

Demos to dollars, 
ganization, inc. 

He had to face it. See Jam Handy organi- 
zation, inc. 

The lady said "yes". See Jam Handy 
organization, inc. 

The story of an American business. See 
Jam Handy organization, inc. 

This next house. See Jam Handy organi- 
zation, inc. 

HOP o' mv thumb. See Harris, James Aurand. 

HOPE, BOB. Selections from Bob Hope radio 
programs. [Los Angeles] Hope enterprises. 
1946. 27 p. 20 cm. © 5-18-46 ; 2c 5-20- 
46 ; Hope enterprises, inc., Los Angeles ; D 
pub. 3717. 

HOPE, GEORGE. See The Eddie Bracken 
shoiv. 

HOPE, LOUISE GERTRUDE. El tigre, an 
international musical comedy in three acts 
by Louise Hope. Text and music on sep- 
arate leaves. © lc 5—12—46, Louise Gertrude 
Hope, San Francisco ; D unp. 1048. 

HOPE ENTERPRISES. Selections from Bob 
Hope radio programs. See Hope, Bob. 

HOPE for the best. See McCleery, William. 

THE HOPE of the world. See Roberts, Helen 
M. 

HOPEFUL Hank. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2157-1382. 

HOPKINS, BETTY. See The Hallmark Char- 
lotte Greenwood show. 

HOPKINS, MAY DE WITT. 

The oar song of the Emperor Wu-Ti, a 
musical play in four acts, for screen or 
legitimate stagre. Text only. © lc 6-27-46 ; 
May deWitt Hopkins, Philadelphia ; D unp. 
3773. 

The oar song of the Emperor Wu-ti, a 
play in 4 acts and prologue. [Philadelphia, 
1946] 161 p. 21% cm. © 8-21-46: 2c 8- 
23-46 ; May de Witt Hopkins, Philadelphia ; 
D pub. 4697. 



HOPKINS, PAULINE MACKIE. 

Minelda-in-the-barley, a play in two acts, 
with prologue and epilogue. © lc 8-11-46 ; 
Pauline Mackie Hopkins, New York ; D unp. 
4515. 

The moving house, a play in three acts. 
© lc 8-11-46 ; Pauline Mackie Hopkins, 
New York ; D unp. 4509. 
HORATIO Alger's Struggling upward. See 

Martens, Anne Coulter. 
HORINE, CHARLES EDWIN. 

Sheepskin patrol. See Miles, Henry. 

The virgin at Nick's, a new play in three 
acts. © lc 3-9-46 ; Charles Edwin Horine, 
New York ; D unp. 2038. 
HORIZONTAL dreams. See Peters, Detlev 

Haack. 
HORN AND HARDART CHILDREN'S HOUR. 
(Radio program) 

Scripts in this series are by Alice V. 
Clements. © Clements co., inc., Philadel- 
phia. 

Dec. 23, 1945. © lc 1-4-46 

Dec. 30, 1945. © lc 1-4-46 

Jan. 6, 1946. © la 1-17-46 

Jan. 13, 1946. © lc 1-17-46 

Jan. 20, 1946. © lc 1-24-46 

Jan. 27, 1946. © lc 1-29-46 

Feb. 3, 1946. © lc 2-13-46 

Feb. 10, 1946. © lc 2-15-46 

Feb. 17, 1946. © lc 2-20-46 

Feb. 24, 1946. © lc 2-27-46 

Mar. 3, 1946. © lc 3-10-46 

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Mar. 17, 1946. © lc 3-26-46 

Mar. 24, 1946. © lc 4-2-46 

Mar. 31, 1946. © lc 4-2-46 

Apr. 7, 1946. © lc 4-11-46 

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June 9, 1946. © lc 6-24-46 

June 16, 1946. © lc 6-24-46 

June 23, 1946. © lc 6-26-46 

June 30, 1946. © lc 7-3-46 

July 7, 1946. © lc 7-11-46 

July 14, 1946. © lc 7-16-46 

July 21, 1946. © lc 7-24-46 

July 28, 1946. © lc 7-2S-46 

Aug. 4, 1946. © lc 8-21-46 

Aug. 11, 1946. © lc 8-21-46 

Aug. 18, 1946. © lc 8-21-46 

Aug. 25, 1946. © lc 8-27-46 

Sept. 1, 1946. © lc 9-13-46 

Sept. 8. 1946. © lc 9-13-46 

Sept. 15, 1946. © lc 9-18-46 

Sept. 22, 1946. © lc 9-25-46 

Sept. 29, 1946. © lc 10-1-46 

Oct. 6. 1946. © lc 10-8-46 

Oct. 13, 1946. © lc 10-16-46 

Oct. 20, 1946. © lc 10-31-46 

Oct. 27, 1946. © lc 10-31-46 

Nov. 3, 1946. © lc 11-5-46 

Nov. 10, 1946. © lc 11-14-46 ; C 867. 

Nov. 17, 1946. © lc 11-21-46 ; C 883. 

Nov. 24, 1946. © lc 11-28-46 : C 896. 

Dec. 1,1946. © lc 12-14-46 ; C 981. 

Dec. 8. 1946. © lc 12-20-46 ; C 992. 

Dec. 15, 1946. © lc 12-20-46 ; C 993. 

HORNE, KENNETH. The good youna: man, 
a comedy in three acts. London, English 
theatre guild [1946] 98 p., diagr., 18y 2 cm. 
(Guild library.) © 8-13-46 ; lc 10-11-46 ; 
Kenneth Home, London ; new matter : revi- 
sions ; D pub. 6196. Prev. reg. 11-9-39 ; 
D pub. 66985. 

HORNER, CHARLES, pseud. See Horine, 
Charles Edwin. 

THE HORNET closes a case. See The Green 
Hornet. No. 753. 



C 24. 
C 25. 
C 80. 
C 81. 
C 106. 
C 110. 
C 182. 
C 191. 
C 195. 
C 209. 
C 258. 
C 282. 
C 304. 
C 327. 
C 328. 
C 357. 
C 389. 
C 390. 
C 404. 
C 459. 
C 722. 
C 721. 
C 463. 
C 472. 
C 531. 
C 530. 
C 533. 
C 572. 
C 579. 
,C 586. 
C 602. 
C 604. 

642. 

643. 

644. 

651. 

684. 
C 685. 
C 698. 
C 712. 
C 719. 
C 725. 
; C 773. 
; C 805. 
; C 806. 
C 814. 



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pt. i, n. s. 



HORNET does it again. See The Green 
Hornet. No. 759. 

HORNET drops a hint. See The Green Hor- 
net. No. 728. 

A HORSE on you. See Phillips, Irving. 

HORSE opera. See McKinney, Robert M, 

HORSES don't lie. See First nighter, Jan. 26, 
1946. 

HORWICH. DAVID. All it takes is genius, a 
comedy in three acts. © lc 7—23—46 ; David 
Horwich, New York ; new matter : revisions ; 
D unp. 4224. Prev. reg. To market, to 
market, 8-5-40 ; D unp. 71273. 

HORWITT, ARNOLD B. 

Off we go. See Auerbach, Arnold M. 
Once very lightly. See Auerbach, 
Arnold M. 

HOT and cold. See Costello. Mildred. 

HOT cash. See The Green Hornet. No. 737. 

HOT lead and cold type. See Lone Ranger. 
No. 2052-1277. 

HOT water. See Wilding picture productions, 
inc. 

HOTCHNER, AARON E. Pinwheel, a plav in 
two acts. © lc 6-21-46 ; Aaron E. Hotch- 
ner, New York ; D unp. 3677. 

HOTCHNER. SELWYN. Sugar and spice, a 
musical play in two acts. Text only. © 
lc 1-11-46 ; Selwyn Hotchner and Quad- 
rangle club, St. Louis ; D unp. 166. 

HOTEL lobby. See Cohen, Elliot J. 

THE HOTHEADS. See Faller, James. 

THE HOTPOINT home laundry. See Wilding 
picture productions, inc. 

HOUANEC, DENA REED. Winter wind. See 
Harris, Edward Peyton. 

HOUR, ROBERT VAN AKEN. 

The love gambit, a comedy in two acts. 
© 3 c 3-12-46; Robert Van Aken Houk, 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. ; D unp. 2031. 

Virtuous lady, a comedy in two acts by 
Robert Van Aken Houk and Richard Reich. 
© lc 12-12-46 : Robert Van Aken Houk, 
Poughkeepsie. N. Y.. and Richard Reich, 
New York : D unp. 6515. 

HOUSE, L. MARGUERITTE. Professor Owl ; 
or, Adventures in Storyland. A musical 
play in one act ; text and music by L. Mar- 
gueritte House. © lc 12-19-46 ; L. Mar- 
jyueritte House, Milwaukee ; D unp. 1140. 

HOUSE f<5r sale. See Kline, Edgar. 

THE HOUSE of Bernarda Alba. See Lorca, 
Federico Garcia. 

THE HOUSE of Brahmacharananda. See 
Rasmussen, Yvonne. 

THE HOUSE of Goodyear. See Wilding pic- 
ture productions, inc. 

THE HOUSE of Lucifer. See Anderson, Ed- 
win. 

HOUSE OF MYSTERY. (Radio program). 

Scripts in this series are by Benton and 
Bowles, inc. © General foods Corp.. New 
York. 

Nov. 24, 1945. The haanted vioJin. © 
lc 12-4-45 : D unp. 89. 

Dec. 8. 1945. The pigmy ghost of Red 
Mist valley. © lc 12-17-45 ; D unp. 88. 

Dec. 15. 1945. The merman of Coombal- 
low. © lc 12-22-45 : D unp. 90. 

Dec. 22, 1945. Ghost of Gilson cove. 
© lc 1-6-46 ; D unp. 86. 

Dec. 29, 1945. The mummy's secret. 
© lc 1-6-46 ; D unp. 87. 

Jan. 5, 1946. The ship of death. © lc 
1-16-46 : D unp. 226. 

Jan. 12, 1946. The tunnel of doom. © lc 
1-27-46 : D unp. 523. 

Jan. 19, 1946. The invisible killer. © lc 
1-27-46 : D unp. 524. 

Jan. 26. 1946. The ghostly sonata. © lc 
2-6-46 : D unp. 590. 

Feb. 2, 1946. The ghost on the tracks. 
© lc 2-28-46 ; D unp. 871. 



Feb. 9, 1946. The mystery of the deadly 
vampire. © lc 2-28-46 ; D unp. 872. 

Feb. 16, 1946. The flute with the doable 
face. © lc 2-28-46 ; D unp. 873. 

Feb. 23, 1946. The mystery of the great 
white wolf. © lc 3-5-46 ; D unp. 937 

Mar. 2, 1946. The phantom castle of 
Ranta. © lc 3-7-46 ; D unp. 2096. 

Mar. 9, 1946. The mystery of the scream- 
ing white statues. © lc 3-27-46 ; D unp. 
2344. 

Mar. 16, 1946. The mystery of Brian's 
banshee. © lc 3-27-46 ; D unp. 2345. 

Mar. 23, 1946. The mystery of hang- 
man's house. © lc 3-27-46 ; D unp. 2346. 

Mar. 30, 1946. The phantom fountain. 
© lc 4-3-46 ; D unp. 2347. 

Apr. 6, 1946. The ghost on the fiying 
trapeze. © lc 4-13-46 ; D unp. 2706. 

Apr. 13, 1946. The singing spirits of 
Zenzura. © lc 4-48-46 ; D unp. 2707. 

Apr. 20, 1946. The terror of Mellock val- 
ley. © lc 4-25-46 ; D unp. 2792. 

Apr. 27, 1946. Death by the demon pup- 
pet. © lc 4-30-46 ; D unp. 3251. 

May 4, 1946. The mystery of the Tiger 
woman. © lc 5-10-46 ; D unp. 3274. 

May 11, 1946. The teeth of dea.h. © lc 
5-16-46 ; D unp. 3475. 

May 18, 1946. The mystery of the van- 
ishing train. © lc 5-23-46 ; D unp. 33f 8. 
May 25, 1946. The mystery of the men 
of fire. © lc 6-11-46 ; D unp. 381 4. 

June 1, 1946. Possessed of the devil. 
© lc 6-11-46 : D unp. 3815. 

June 8, 1946. The mystery of the howi- 
ing death. © lc 6-19-46 : D unp. 3809. 
HOUSE of the women. See General mills, inc. 
HOUSE of the women — Tutu. See General 

mills, inc. 
THE HOUSE of Tyron. See Dickason, Albert. 
THE HOUSE on Emerald Bay. See Chertoff, 

Abraham Albert. 
THE HOUSE on the bill. See Silver, War- 
ren A. 
THE HOUSE that Jack built. See Tarver, 

James L. 
THE HOUSE That Sin Built. See Hilles, 

Dave E. 
THE HOUSE that time forgot. See Murder 

at midnight. No. 18. 
HOUSE wanted. See The Sheriff. No. 72. 
THE HOUSE where death lived. See Murder 

at midnisrht. No. 15. 
THE HOUSEWARMERS. See Maley, Bob. 
HOUSING sketch. See Auerbach, Arnold M. 

Skit preceding "Housing sketch." 
HOUSSAYE, HENRY. Printemps. Com€die 
en trois actes. Paris, Nagel [1945] 116 p. 
19 cm. (Collection du theatre contem- 
porain) © 7-30-45; lc 5-2-46; Editions 
Nagel, Paris ; D pub. 3278. 
HOUSTON, GEMMA D'AURIA. The gentle 
heart. Soliloquies to precede songs of 
Stephen Foster, by Gemma d'Auria. © lc 
6-12-46 ; Gemma d'Auria Houston, Holly- 
wood ; D unp. 3545. 
HOUSTON, GEORGE. Carmen, by Henry 
Reese ; English translation by George 
Houston. Text only. © lc 8-25-46 ; Vir- 
ginia Card Houston, New York ; D unp. 
5610. 
HOUSTON, KENNETH. Wish I might, a 
comedy in three acts by Kenneth Houston 
and Alan Fishburn. © lc 12-10-46 ; Ken- 
neth Houston and Alan M. Fishburn, Chi- 
cago ; D unp. 6518. 
HOW do first dates compare with later dates? 

See Rice's hi-teen board. No. 22. 
HOW do today's teen-agers compare with teen- 
agers of 25 years ago? See Rice's hi-teen 
board. No. 10. 
HOW I fared during the rationing. See Wil- 
liams, Lathan Lewis. 
HOW it happened. See Katov, Oscar R. 



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t. 19, 1946 



HOW John Henry fell asleep. See Hoist, 

C^ "i i~ Vi p v i n f* 
HOW much can we see ? See O'Brien, Brian. 
HOW not to worry. See Exploring the un- 
known, Sept. 15, 1946. 
HOW people save in the United States. See 

Keeping up with the Wigglesworths. No. 

53. 
HOW Preston got King. See Challenge of the 

Yukon. No. 436. 
HOW to choose babies' names. See Adler, 

Curtis. 
HOW to draw 1.000 funny faces. See Ross, 

Art. 
HOW to drive a woman crazy. See Wilding 

picture productions, inc. 
HOW to drive a woman crazy. (Selling) 

See Wilding picture productions, inc. 

Lowell Thomas meets the Premier. 
HOW to enjoy looking at paintings. See 

Brandeis, Betty. Introduction to Italian 

HOW to get a job. See Rice's hi-teen board. 
No. 14. 

HOW to have a truly fine lawn. See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 

HOW to hold sales meetings. See Jam Handy 
organization, inc. 

HOW to keep your job. See Rice's hi-teen 
board. No. 19. 

HOW to make a dress form. See Nyberg, 
Ester. 

HOW to operate the Ford-Ferguson tractor 
and Ferguson implements. See Wilding pic- 
ture productions, inc. Flexible farming 
with the Ferguson system. 

HOW to organize a barber shop quartette. 
See Stull, Arlin Edmond. 

HOW to propose. See Seiler, Conrad. 

HOW to sell retail newspaper advertising. 
See Morrison, Samuel N. 

HOW to teach a job. See Lurvey, Diana I. 

HOW to use DDT. See Jam Handy organiza- 
tion, inc. 

HOW would you do it? See Nye, Alden S. 

HOWARD. CY. The lady from Texas, a two 
act musical comedy by Cy Howard and Hal 
Block. Text only. © lc 5-10-46 ; Cy 
Howard and Hal Block, New York ; D unp. 
3003. 

HOWARD, LAURENCE TONIE. A knight of 
Malta, a romance of the Mediterranean, with 
music. In two acts. Text only. © lc 4— 
10-46, Laurence Tonie Howard, New York ; 
D unp. 2516. 

HOWARD, MARY WARNER. 

Darkness falls on laughter, a one act play. 
Boston, Baker's plays; [etc., 1946] 29 p. 
19 cm. (Baker's royalty plays) © 8-7-46 ; 
2c 8-8-46 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston ; 
D pub. 4543. 

The Devil and Miss Appleby, a farce com- 
edy in one act. Boston, Baker's plays ; 
[etc., 1946] 39 p. 19 cm. (Baker's roy- 
altv plays) © 8-7-46 : 2c 8-8-46 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston ; D pub. 4533. 

Raising the rent, a comedy in one act. 
Boston, Baker's plays; [etc.. 1946] 31 p. 
18% cm. (B-aker's royalty plays) © 8-7- 
46 ; 2c 8-8-46 : Walter H. Baker co., Bos- 
ton ; D pub. 4532. 

HOWE, LYN P. Louis of Orleans, a roman- 
tic melodrama in two acts. © lc 2-13-46 ; 
Lvn P. Howe, Freeport, N. Y. ; D unp. 2109. 

HOWE, Mrs. MARK. See Howe, Mary Man- 
ning. 

HOWE, MARY MANNING. The dancing 
party, or, The devil take her. See Goldoni, 
Carlo. 

HOWELL, TOM. A nice place to visit. See 
Kadison, Philip. 

HOWEY, ELLA MAE. Record lady program. 
Audition script. © lc 6-4-46 ; Ella Mae 



Howey (Mrs. John S. Howey) Cleveland 
Heights, O. ; C 468. 
HOWEY, Mrs. JOHN S. See Howey, Ella 

Mae. 
HOW'S your Hooper. See Castle, Everett 

Rhodes. 
HUBBA, hubba, hubba ! See Crutchfield, 

Les M. 
HUBBARD, DOUGLAS GAR. The white pea- 
cock, a play in three acts. © lc 7-5-46 ; 
Douglas Gar Hubbard, New York ; D unp. 
3931. 
HUBBARD, HAVEN. 

The city slicker. See Seiter, Hilde W. 
The minister's daughter, a comedy drama 
in three acts. © lc 7-15-46 ; Haven Hub- 
bard, New York ; D unp. 4074. 

Visit from oblivion, a drama in three acts. 
© lc 2-2-46 ; Haven Hubbard, New York ; 
D unp. 503. 
HUBBARD, THELMA. A woman's place. 

See Boardman, Thelma Hubbard. 
HUBBELL, RICHARD. 

That's life. Audition script. © lc 
1-4-46 ; Crosley Corp., Cincinnati ; C 58. 

That's life. Radio script Jan. 2, 1946. 
© lc 1-3-46; Crosley corp., Cincinnati; 
C 59. 
HUBERT, ANN, pseud. See Jonas, Anna 

Moskovitz. 
HUCKINS, JANET. Hide and seek, a play in 
three acts. © lc 8-30-46 ; Janet Huckins, 
New York ; D unp. 5092. 
HUCKLEBERRY FINN. See Popular science 

publishing company, inc. 
HUDDEN and Dudden and Donald O'Neary. 

See Goodman, Randolph. 
HUDSON (J. L.) COMPANY. 

Bulbs — their selection and care. See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 

Evergreens. See Jam Handy organiza- 
tion, inc. 

Facts about fertilizers. See Jam Handy 
organization, inc. 

How to have a truly fine lawn. See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 

Know your roses. See Jam Handy organ- 
ization, inc. 

Shrubs — their selection, planting and 
care. See Jam Handy organization, inc. 
HUDSON, ROY F. Caprified, a one-act 
play. © lc 11-19-46 ; Roy F. Hudson, 
Fresno, Calif. ; D unp. 5991. 
HUDSON River lady. See Travers, Vincent. 
HUESTON, BILLY. 

A child's garden of manners. See Niesen, 
Barney. 

A turn for the worse, a play in three acts. 
© lc 3-23-46 ; Billy Hueston, New York ; 
D unp. 2351. 
HUESTON, WILLIAM JOHN. See Hueston, 
Billy. 

HUTEN sie sich vor graten. See Brand, Otto. 

The mute witness. 
HUGHES, DAVID COLSON. 

Honolulu, a play in two acts by David 

C. Hughes and Charles F. Lowe. © lc 

9-19-46 ; David C. Hughes and Charles F. 

Lowe, New York ; D unp. 4988. 

Johnny on the spot, a play in five scenes. 

© lc 8-16-46 ; David Colson Hughes, Eas- 

ton, Pa. ; D unp. 4616. 
HUGHES, EDWARD. Lend me your ears, 

a comedy in three acts by Eddie Hushes. 

© lc 8-4-46 ; Edward Huges, Miami, Fla. ; 

D unp. 4375. 
HUGHES, GLENN ARTHUR. 

Fresh air, a farce-comedy in three acts. 

Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson ; [etc., 1946] 

82 p. front., diagr. 20% cm. © 10-4-46 ; 

2c 10-13-46 ; Row, Peterson & co., Evans- 
ton, 111. ; D pub. 5490. 

Your money or your wife, a farce in three 

acts. Boston, Baker's plays [etc., 1945] 



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pt. i, n. s» 



HUGHES, GLENN ARTHUR— Con. 

83 p. diagr. 18% cm. (Baker's royalty 
plays) © 12-20-45; 2c 1-23-46; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston ; new matter : revision ; 
D pub. 373. Prev. reg. 1-26-35 ; D pub. 
33609. 

HUGHES, LANGSTON. Street scene. See 
Rice, Elmer. 

HUGHES, RUSSELL. 

Direction home, a radio play, by Russell 
Hughes and Bernard Feins. (Cavalcade of 
America, Dec. 3, 1945) © lc 6-7-46; 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & co., Wilming- 
ton, Del. ; D imp. 3467. 

Mr. Conyngham sweeps the seas, a radio 
play. (Cavalcade of America, Oct. 21, 1946) 
© lc 11-13-46 : E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& co., Wilmington, Del. ; D unp. 5917. 

HUGO, VICTOR. Les miserables. See Popular 
science publishing company, inc. 

HUGUENOT, HARRY A. Black sugar, an 

all negro operetta, in two acts and nine 

scenes. Book and lyrics only. © lc 5-23- 

46 : Harry A. Huguenot, New York ; D unp. 

/ 3289. 

THE HUMAN race. -See Long, William J; 

HUMMERT, ANNE. 

Rose of my dreams. See Hummert, 
Frank. 

What's the word? See Hummert, Frank. 

HUMMERT, FRANK. 

Rose of my dreams. Story by Frank and 
Anne Hummert. Dialogue script by Peggy 
Blake, employee for hire. © lc each 11- 
22-46 ; Frank and Anne Hummert, New 
York. 

1. Broadcast Nov. 25, 1946. D unp. 
6109. 

2. Broadcast Nov. 26, 1946. D unp. 
6110. 

What's the word? Radio continuity no. 
1, by Frank Hummert and Anne Hummert. 
© lc 10-26-46 ; Frank Hummert and Anne 
Hummert, New York : D unp. 5694. 

THE HUMP. See Marshall, Howard E. 

HUMPHREY, ESTHER M. Angela's sur- 
prise, a plav in one act. Des Moines, Hardin 
[1946] 24 p. 18% cm. © 9-1-46; 2c 
11—15-46 ; Ivan Bloom Hardin co., Des 
Moines : D pub. 5961 . 

HUMPHRIES, WALTER VALLEY. Eternal 
surge, a play in three acts, with epilogue. 
© lc 9-9-46 ; Walter Valley Humphries, 
Tucson, Ariz. ; D unp. 4831. 

A HUNCH for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 
Kid. No. 88A. 

HUNGER. See The eternal light. No. 82. 

HUNT, DORIS LIVINGSTON. See Living- 
ston Hunt, Doris. 

HUNT, JOHN RAY. I want a home. Radio 
script. © lc 3-27-46, James M. Steinman 
for Sydney Shovitt co., Chicago ; D unp. 
2268. 

HUNT, MADELINE. King Frog: or. Froggy 
Chinkapin and the Mocking Bird. A playlet 
for children for stage, radio and television, 
by Madeline Hunt and Jeanne Norvelle. © 
lc 9-30-46 ; Jeanne Mower, Hollywood ; D 
unp. 5179. 

HUNT, RUTH LIVINGSTON. See Livingston 
Hunt. Ruth. 

THE HUNT. See Lichtenberg, Leo. 

HUNTER, A. L. Bridget Burton, underworld 
drama in one-act, one scene. © lc 11—7— 
46 : A. L. Hunter, New York ; D unp. 5847. 

HUNTLEY. LESTON. See Ma Perkins. 

THE HURDY-GURDY. See Chinello, James 

HURRAH for Mrs. Smythe. See Crancer, 
George A. 

HURRAH for the Iowa irregulars. See Mer- 
rill, Irving Rodgers. 

HURST, ALFRED H. Ely-ana. See Abraham, 
Paul. 



HUSBANDS are poor lovers. See Miller, 

Charles Edward. 
HUSSEY, MARY ANNE. The landlady with 

rooms to let, a play in three acts. © lc 

11-5-46 : Mary Anne Hussey, New York ; 

D unp. 5825. 
HUSTAD, HUGO R. Charting nation-states. 

Lecture. © lc 11-29-46 ; Hugo R. Hustad, 

Detroit ; C 895. 
HUSTON, PHILIP. Widow's walk. See- 

Goodyear, Elizabeth. 
HUTCHINS, LOUISE ELLEN. Never say 

goodnight. See Gage, Helen. 
HUTNER, HERBERT HART. Defeat, a play 

in three acts and three scenes. © lc 10—31— 

46 ; Herbert Hart Hutner, New York ; D 

unp. 5728. 
HUY. CHARLES. Play music. Audition 

script, Jan. 18 and 19. 1946. © lc 2-17- 

46 ; Charles Huy, Los Angeles ; C 378. 
HYATT, DAVE. Buckle my shoe, a serious- 
comedy in nine scenes. © lc 4-16-46 ; Dave 

Hyatt, New York ; D unp. 2608. 
HYDE. MARY MORLEY CRAPO. A girl for 

me. a play in three acts by Marv Morley. 

© lc 8-20-46 ; Mary Morley Crapo Hyde, 

New York ; D unp. 4613. 
THE HYDRA. See Kamile, Coleman. 
HYMNODY of the United Believers called 

Shakers. See Weeks, Estella T. 
HYMSON. ALFRED. Something about a 

sailor, a play in three acts by Alfred Hvm- 

son and Joel Hymson. © lc 3-14-46 ; Alfred 

Hymson and Joel Hymson, Paterson, N. J. ; 

D unp. 2546. 
HYMSON, JOEL. Something about a sailor. 

See Hymson, Alfred. 
THE HYPNOTIST. See Harrison, George. 
HYSLOP. AUDREY. Audrey Hyslop writes 

some more ; sketches and bits for a service 

programme. London, French [1945] 30 p. 

18y 2 cm. (French's acting edition. No. 

1323). © 12-31-45; lc 7-12-46; Samuel 

French, ltd., London ; D pub. 4046. 
HYTONE, JEAN. The highest bidder, source 

title. See Vest, Peter Jean. High stakes. 



. a stranger. See Potter, Grace Elizabeth. 

am a lady. See Bailey, Le Roy William. 

am back, America. See Beer, Gustave. 

count the days. See Dryer, Bernard Victor. 

die at dawn, source title. See Heringman, 

Bernard. Letter from the night. 

got a cold. See Clague, Herbert Kenneth. 

gotta get out. See Sher, Benjamin R. 

guess it's here to stay. See Arent, Arthur. 

have killed. See Hinton, Jane. 

have seen the glory. See Salamo, Michael 

Joseph. 

hear the guns. See Hanlon, Robert Wester- 

velt. 

hit him on the head. See Pelovitz, Samuel J. 
, John. See Murdock, Edith A. 

knew a woman. See FutraU, Herbert S. 

live in fear. See Meiselas, Lester. 

love but I laugh. See Harwood, Don Valen- 
tine. 

loved you Wednesday. See Keating, Law- 
rence A. Our dear husband. 

must have you. See Philipp, Rochelle. 

promise you. See Laff, Harry Merrill. 

pronounce you . . . See Stevenson, Janet 

Marshall. 

swear by Apollo. See Bozek, Edward G. 

walk in the night. See Inner sanctum, Feb. 

26, 1946. 

wanna go home ! See Miller, Morton Arthur. 

want a home. See Hunt, John Ray. 
BSEN, HENRIK. 

Ghosts, source title. See VonHarden, Lew. 

Robert Lee Alving. 

When we dead awaken, source title. See 

Fox, Helen M. The pale lady. 



92 



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v. 19, 1946 



ICE — a modern business. See Jam Handy 
organization, inc. 

ICE CREAM MERCHANDISING INSTI- 
TUTE. 

Cleanliness and sanitation. See Fernald, 
Alan R. 

Dispenser techniques. See Fernald, Alan 
R. 

The know how. See Fernald, Alan R. 
Merchandising sells ice cream. 'See 
Fernald, Alan R. 

Prelude to service. Sec Fernald, Alan R. 

THE ICE-LOCKED lane. See Exploring the 
unknown, Feb. 10, 1946. 

THE ICEMAN COMETH. See O'Neill, Eugene 
Gladstone. 

THE "IDEA" as a tool in advertising. See 
McDonald, Frederick H. 

IDEA man. See Cumings, Thayer. 

THE IDEAL state. See Brown, Bessie. The 
dream. 

THE IDIOT. See Pole, Reginald. 

IF a man die. . . . See Claudy, Carl H. 

IF Christ should come. See Privette, Hettie E. 

IF I were queen. See Roos, Frances Homer. 

IF the sun rises. See Philipp, Rochelle. 

IF we had known. See Smith, Lewis Worth- 
ington. Bagpipes at Lucknow. 

IF you were the judge on the peoples supreme 
court. See Klausner, Herman W. 

IGO, HAROLD. Pushka and the puritan, a 
farce-comedy in three acts. © lc 8-30-46 ; 
Harold Igo, Yellow Springs, O. ; D unp. 4749. 

ILGOOD, VES, pseud. See Hall, Dorothy. 

THE ILIAD. See Brooks, Charles Benton. 

I'LL be seeing you. See 
Goetz, Austin. 
Lux radio theatre, Dec. 24, 1945. 

I'LL eat my hat. See Vining, Donald. 

I'LL forget papa. See Butler, William H. 
Let's forget papa. 

ILL met by moonlight. See MacLiammoir, 
Michael. 

I'LL see you again. See Cavan, Romilly. 

ILLICIT isle. See Silver, Warren A. 

ILLINOIS lovalty. See Draper, Walt. 

THE ILLUSTRATED voice. See Jam Handy 
organization, inc. 

IMBRIE, McCREA. She came waltzing. See 
Kidde. Robert Graham. 

IMMORTAL aid. See Hoerger, Frederick F. 

THE IMMORTAL Mr. King. See Millman, 
David. 

THE IMMORTALS column at The atomic 
round table. See Waycott, Ruth. 

IMPORT — export. See Keeping up with the 
Wigglesworths. No. 29. 

IMPORTANCE of foreign trade to the United 
States. See Keeping up with the Wiggles- 
worths. No. 23. 

IMPORTANCE of pure science. See Keeping 
up with the Wigglesworths. No. 64. 

IMPORTANCE of small business. See Keep- 
ing up with the Wigglesworths. No. 33. 

IMPOSTER. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2118-1343. 

IN again ! Out again ! See Stone, James 
Floyd. 

IN Bethlehem of Juda. See Briggs, Marian. 

IN clean hay. See Piatt, Helen. 

IN 1896. See Jones. Marc Edmund. 

IN Fairyland. See Enoch, Lora L. 

IN heaven and earth. See Goodman, Arthur. 

IN secret places. See Lytle, Hazel. 

IN small print upside down. See Block, Ar- 
thur John. 

IN the beginning. See Miller, Beulah Leotha. 

IN the City of David. See Cappel, Victor L. 

IN the name of God. See Krangel, Ida. 

AN INCIDENT in Greenwich Village. See 
Carren, Henni. 

INCLINE our hearts. See Hall, Baird. 

INCREASING and decreasing our "money sup- 
ply. See Keeping up with the Wiggles- 
worths. No. 68. 



See Veen, Jan. 
See Pike, James 



See 



the 



THE INCREDIBLE flutist. 

THE INCREDIBLE Kilroy. 
Albert. 

THE INDEPENDENT order of Galilean fisher- 
men. See Davis, Samuel Stanley. 

INDIAN giver. See 
Chadwicke, Alice. 
Colby, Helen Kingsley. 

THE INDIANAPOLIS races. See Weaver, 
Winstead Doodles. 

INDIAN'S son. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2041-1266. 

INDIVIDUAL adjustment. See Vocafilm cor- 
poration. 

INDIVIDUAL output. See Vocafilm corpora- 
tion. 

INDUCTION and training of personnel. 
Jam Handy organization, inc. 

INDY, BECDELIEVRE D', Mme. See Bec- 
delievre d'Indy, Mme. 

INFLATION. See Keeping up with 
Wigglesworths. Nos. 28, 31. 

INFORMATION PLEASE. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Dan Golenpaul. 
© Dan Golenpaul, New York. 

29-33. Broadcast Nov. 12-Dec. 10, 1945. 
© lc each 2-28-46 ; C 213-217. 

34-36. Broadcast Dec. 17-31, 1945. 
© lc each 3-24-46 ; C 300-302. 

37-39. Broadcast Jan. 7-21, 1946. © lc 
each 4-13-46 ; C 353-355. 

40-42. Broadcast Jan. 28-Feb. 11, 1946. 
© lc each 4-13-46 ; C 350-352. 

43-44. Broadcast Feb. 18, 25, 1946. 
each 6-24-46 ; C 517, 518. 

45. Broadcast Mar. 4, 1946. 
6-24-46 ; C 516. 

46. Broadcast Mar. 11, 1946. 
6—24—46 ' C 515. 

47-52.' Broadcast Mar. 18-Apr. 22, 1946. 
© lc each 7-2-46 ; C 547-552. 

53-55. Broadcast Apr. 29-May 13, 1946. 
© lc each 8-14-46 : C 635-637. 

56. Broadcast May 20, 1946. 
10-11-46 ; C 732. 

57. Broadcast May 27, 1946. 
10-11-46 ; C 731. 

58-61. Broadcast June 3-24, 1946. 
each 10-23-46 ; C 782-784. 

1-3. Broadcast Oct. 
10-23-46 ; C 782-784. 

4. Broadcast Oct. 
11-1-46 : C 802. 

5-6. Broadcast Oct. 
© lc each 11-9-46 ; C 973, 974. 

7. Broadcast Nov. 13, 1946. 
11-15-46; C 868. 

8. Broadcast Nov. 20, 1946. 
11-22-46 ; C 880. 

9. Broadcast Nov. 27, 1946. ( 
1-46 ; C 987. 

10-11. Broadcast Dec. 4, 11, 1946. 

each 12-13-46 ; C 975, 976. 
INGE, WILLIAM MOTTER. Unhappy in 

heaven, a play in one scene. © lc 6—5—46 ; 

William Motter Inge, St. Louis ; D unp. 

3392. 
INGELOW, JEAN. The fairy who judged her 

neighbors. See Reisewitz, Ellen Anna. 
INGRAM, GLENN RAYMOND. Death's 

ephemera, a three act mystery. © lc 

6-3-46 : Glenn Raymond Ingram, Terry, 

Mont. ; D unp. 3367. 
INGRAM, HARRY. These are the women, a 

radio program. © lc 7—16-46 ; Harry In- 
gram, New York ; D unp. 4080. 
INGRAM, JAY. A woman like that ! A 

comedy in three acts. © lc 3-6-46 ; Jay 

Ingram, Beverly Hills, Calif. ; D unp. 980. 
INHERIT the earth. See Kramer, Stearle. 
THE INHERITANCE. See Gregory, John 

Hannaford. 
AN INN for the Cisko Kid. See The Cisco 

Kid. No. 82A. 



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INNER SANCTUM. (Radio program) A 
series of mysteries by Emile C. Tepperman. 
© Emile C. Tepperman, Long Island City, 
N. Y. 

Aug. 28, 1945. Dead man's deal. © lc 
4-8-46 ; D unp. 2487. 

Oct. 2, 1945. Terror by night. © lc 
4-26-46 ; D unp. 2774. 

Oct. 16, 1945. Till death do us part. 
© lc 3-7-46 ; D unp. 940. 

Feb. 12. 1946. The man who couldn't die. 
© lc 11-21-46 ; D unp. 6060. 

Feb. 19, 1946. You'll never escape. 
© lc 11-21-46 ; D unp. 6062. 

Feb. 26, 1946. I walk in the night. 
© lc 11-21-46 ; D unp. 6059. 

Apr. 2. 1946. The night is my shroud. 
© lc 3-27-46 ; D unp. 2256. 

Apr. 23, 1946. Make ready my grave. 
© lc 4-15-46 ; D unp. 2604. 

May 21, 1946. Detour to terror. © lc 
5-13-46 ; D unp. 3036. 

June 4, 1946. Eight steps to murder. 
© lc 6-4-46 ; D unp. 3362. 

Sept. 9, 1946. Murder comes at mid- 
night. © lc 9-30-46 ; D unp. 5158. 

Nov. 11, 1946. Nightmare. © lc 
11-21-46 ; D unp. 6061. 

Dec. 16, 1946. Whistle while I die. 
© lc 12-24-46 ; D unp. 6656. 

THE INNER Willy. See Knapp, Bettve. 

THE INNER world. See Coles, Stedman. 

THE INNOCENT kid. See Best, Charles 
Monroe, jr. 

INSATIATE hunger. See Nilson, Artha Vic- 
toria. 

INSTALLMENT buying. See Keeping up 
with the Wigglesworths. No. 72. 

EI INSTITUTO de la felicidad. See Moreno, 
Gloria. 

INSULIN shock. See Exploring the unknown, 
May 26. 1946. 

INSURANCE widow. See Appel. Nathan M. 

INTERCESSION. See Galvin, Mary Corri- 
gan. 

THE INTERCOLLEGIATE quiz. See Butter- 
worth, Wallace. 

INTERESTING facts about tailoring. See 
Poole, Robert S. 

INTERLUDE. See Bashkin. Gladys. 

INTERMISSION feature. See New York 
Philharmonic-symphony intermission fea- 
ture. 

THE INTERNAL environment. See Gamble, 
James L. 

INTERNATIONAL baby. See Hoben, Alice 
M. The linked triangles. 

THE INTERNATIONAL fellowship. See 
Wells, P. A. 

INTERNATIONAL fiesta pageant. See Mc- 
Cracken. Grace E. 

THE INTERPRETER. See Melford, Austin. 
Your face is familiar, and other sketches. 

INTERSTATE trade restrictions. See Keep- 
ing up with the Wigglesworths. No. 37. 

THE INTERVIEW. See Kaplan, Hyman. 

INTIMATE friends. See Rowan, Lynn Lloyd. 

INTO eternity. See Rowe, Margaret Jaques. 

INTRIGUING lady. See Frydan; Camilla. 

INTRODUCTION to Italian art. See Brandeis, 
Betty. 

THE INVADERS. See Finch, Robert Voris. 

THE INVASION of the demons. See Enfield, 
Louis W. 

INVESTMENT required to create jobs in vari- 
ous enterprises. See Keeping up with the 
Wigglesworths. No. 54. 

INVICTUS. See Sloan, Rebekah. The ways 
of chance. 

THE INVISIBLE detective. See Exploring 
the unknown, Mar. 10, 1946. 

THE INVISIBLE killer. See House of mys- 
tery, Jan. 19, 1946. 

INVITATION to college. See Ellis, Bruce. 



AN INVITATION to the whole regiment. Seer 

Redfern, Joseph Walter. 
INWOOD, HELEN. The little oracle, a 

comedy in three acts. © lc 4—10-46, Helen 

Inwood, Chicago ; D unp. 2503. 
IRELAND, SUMNER. Adrian saved, a comedy 

in three acts. © lc 1-31-46 ; Sumner Ire- 
land, New York ; D unp. 494. 
IRISH lady in the park. See Gordon, Sada. 
IRISH legend. See Farah. Theodore. 
THE IRISH wolf hound. See Challenge of the 

Yukon. No. 406. 
THE IRON deer. See Roberts, Edward 

Barry. 
THE IRON dog. See Beeston, Louise. 
THE IRON maiden. See Webb, Kenneth. 
THE IRRESISTIBLE ham. See Tolmach, 

Milton. 
IRVING, FRANKLIN. 

-,n T o^ fJP* £, in ' P la r in thr ee acts.. © lc 
10-23-46 ; Franklin Irving, Brooklyn : D 
unp. 0550. 

-. J -,°o hn o^ y £ asey ' a play in fifteen scenes. © 
lc 12-2D-46 ; Franklin Irving, Brooklyn : D 
unp. 6696. 

IRVING, WASHINGTON. The legend of 
Sleepy Hollow. See 

Mann, Gustav E. 

Popular science publishing company, inc 

Rip Van Winkle. See Popular science 
publishing company, inc. 

Weil, Robert Edward. 

IS J ive ^ ere t0 sta y? See Rice's hi-teen board. 

No. 18. 

IS there a hit in the house? See Posnack, 

Blanche. 
ISA Lei. See McNelly. Richard L. 
ISAAC M. Wise. See The eternal light. No. 

ISELIN. COLUMBUS O'DONNELL. Ocean- 
ography. New York Philharmonic-svm- 
P h ?£y intermission Mature. Broadcast Dec. 
1, 1946. © lc 12-11-46 : United States rub- 
ber co.. New York ; C 971. 

ISLAND of ancient death. See The Shadow, 
Mar. 3, 1946. 

ISLAND of King Neptune. See Tumbridge. 
Jessica L. 

ISLAND of the dead. See Murder at mid- 
night. No. 36. 

ISLAND VENTURE. (Radio program) . Epi- 
sodes in this series are by Ken Robinson 
and. Edward Gardner, jr. © William Wrig- 
ley. jr., co., Chicago. 

5-8. Broadcast Dec. 6-27, 1945. © lc 
each 1-10-46 : D unp. 132-135. 

9-12. Broadcast Jan. 10-31, 1946. © lc 
each 2-14-46 : D unp. 694-697. 

13-16. Broadcast Feb. 7-28, 1946. © lc 
each 3-6-46 ; D unp. 933-936. 

17-20. Broadcast Mar. 7-28, 1946. © lc 
each 4-5-46 ; D unp. 2429-2432. 

21-24. Broadcast Apr. 4-25, 1946. © lc 
each 5-3-46 ; D unp. 2950-2953. 

25. Broadcast May 2, 1946. © lc 6-19- 
46 : D unp. 3668. 

26. Broadcast May 9, 1946. © lc 6-19- 
46 : D imp. 3667. 

27. Broadcast May 16, 1946. © lc 6-19- 
46 ; D unp. 3666. 

28. Broadcast May 23, 1946. © lc 6-19- 
46 ; D unp. 3665. 

29. Broadcast May 30, 1946. © lc 6- 
19-46 : D unp. 3664. 

30-32. Broadcast June 6-20, 1946. © lc 
each 6-28-46 ; D unp. 3800-3802. 

ISOTOPES in atomic research. See Urey, 
Harold Clayton. 

ISPEZIONE. See Betti. Ugo. 

ISRAEL, JOSEPH Y. Jenny. See Ferraro, 
Joseph. 

ISTRICK, ABRAHAM. Forever a dream, a 
play in three acts by A. Istrick. © lc 4-12- 
46 ; Abraham Istrick, Venice, Calif. ; new 



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matter : revisions ; D imp. 2741. Prey. reg. 
Echo of the opera, 7-17-36 ; D 44096. 

IT always works. See Laufe, A. L. 

IT can't happen twice. See Watson, Vera 
'Margaret. 

IT gets easier, when you learn how. See 
TradeWays. inc. 

IT happens each spring. See Coombs, Minott 
Lee. 

IT happens every time. See St. Clair, Robert. 

IT is not lawful. See Logal, Nelson W. 

IT might have been you. See Arnaud, Bonne- 
viere. 

IT really happened. See Riley, Arlen. 

ITALIAN vegetable woman. See Gordon, 
Sada. 

IT'S a beauty. See Green, Morris. 

IT'S a bet. See DiMambro, Michael Joseph. 

IT'S a hard life — the films. See Melford, Aus- 
tin. Your face is familiar. 

IT'S a lovely morning. See Charles, George. 

IT'S a risky life. See Styles, John E. 

IT'S a strange world. See Kelley, Lawrence 
Thomas. 

IT'S a woman's world. See Davis, Flora 
Emily. 

IT'S all a dream ! See Morrow, Timothy T. 

IT'S all in the cards. See Yudkoff, Alvin 
Stephen. 

IT'S all in the mind. See Eichberg, Richard A. 

IT'S been a long, long time. See Le Donne, 
Antoinette Thela. Navajo. 

IT'S done with mirrors. See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 

IT'S Flex-o-glass time. See Warp, Harold. 

IT'S hard to be. See Molnar, Ferenc. 

IT'S love. See Rochna, Frank Joseph. 

IT'S murder, Jackson ! See Young and Shu- 
bert, inc. 

IT'S rainin' rye. See Bosch, George. 

IT'S the people in it. See Taub, Belle S. 

IT'S the tops. See Wilding picture produc- 
tions, inc. 

IT'S up to you. See Hamilton. Delbert W. 

IT'S what you make it. See Jam Handy or- 
ganization, inc. 

IT'S your move. See Stefano, Joseph W. 

I'VE always loved you. See Lux radio 
theatre, Nov. 4, 1946. 

IVES, GEORGE MONTGOMERY. Cheers, a 
comedy in three acts by George Ives and 
Victor Bernard. © lc 10-14-46 ; George 
Montgomery Ives, New York ; D unp. 5338. 

THE IVORY fisherman. See Werner, Eliza- 
beth May. The ivory madonna. 

THE IVORY madonna. See Werner, Eliza- 
beth May. 



JABEZ. See Lovelace, John Haywood. 

JACK and the beanstalk. See 
Davis, Dona. 
Duddy, Lyn John. 
Mack, Nila. 
Riggs, Katharine. 

JACK Faust. See Wellins, Marvin. 

JACKHAMMER song. See Lampell, Millard. 

JACKSON, ALGERITA W. The Christ way, 
See Long, Essie Lee. 

JACKSON, JILL. See Whaddya' know. 

JACKSON, JOHN MARION. Overture to 
brotherhood. Choral tragedy text by Marion 
Jackson. Pantomime, Uncle Sam and Vic- 
tory. Includes also an essay entitled Au- 
thor to composer. © lc 4—15—46 ; John 
Marion Jackson, Los Angeles ; new matter : 
revision ; D unp. 2614. Prev. reg. 1945 
to Uncle Sam, 7—5-45 ; D unp. 



Overture 

94392. 
JACKSON, 

Marion. 
JACOB, CARY FRANKLIN. A commando 

in Wall Street, a play in two acts. © lc 



MARION. See Jackson, John 



3-1-46 ; Cary Franklin Jacob, Charlottes- 
ville, Va. ; D unp. 892. 
JACOB, CHARLES RICHARD. 

The A-bomb at the bridge table. Sketch 
without music. © lc 8-27-46 ; Charles R. 
Jacob, Wyomissing, Pa. ; D unp. 4707. 

The mock moon, a comedy in two acts. 
© lc 4-28-46 ; Charles Richard Jacob, Wy- 
omissing, Pa. ; D unp. 2896. 
JACOBS (F. L.) COMPANY. No more wash- 
day. See Jam Handy organization, inc. 
JACOBS, JACK. 

As mortal man. See Guenther, Hoddes 
J. 

Bride ship, a new play in one act. © lc 
4-24-46 ; Jack Jacobs, New Haven ; D unp. 
3420. 
JACOBS, LEWIS. Shootin' star. See Hart, 

Walter. 
JACOBSON, DOROTHY. Jim-boy, a play in 
one act. © lc 4—15—46 ; Dorothy Jacobson, 
Salt Lake City ; D unp. 3784. 
JACOBSON, PERCY N. The prodigal father, 
a one act play. © lc 7-29-46 ; Percy N. 
Jacobson, Westmount, Que., Can. ; D unp. 
4411. 
JACOBY, LARRY. Tail, waist and turret. 

See Perlman, William Jacob. 
THE JADE heart. See Coates, Carol. 
JAFFE, ELI. 

The cure, a play in one act. © lc 6-28- 
46 ; Eli Jaffe, Los Angeles ; D unp. 3788. 
Operation peace. See Wald, Malvin. 
JAFFE, HELENE PLATOVA. Lost wings, a 
ballet in three scenes. © lc 7—8-44 ; He- 
lene Platova Jaffe, New York ; D unp. 6338. 
JAFFEY, BETTY. The search ; story of Dr. 
Liebeault, father of applied hypnotism. 
Radio script. © lc 1-27-46 ; Betty Jaffey, 
Chicago ; D unp. 412. 
JAM HANDY ORGANIZATION, INC. 

The ABC's of servicing Frigidaire elec- 
tric ranges. Recording script for Frigid- 
aire division of General motors corp. © lc 
10-18-46 ; Frigidaire division, General 
motors corp., Dayton, O. : C 778. 

Additions to the family. Recording script 
for General mills. © lc 10-18-46; Gen- 
eral mills, Minneapolis ; C 775. 

And precisely so. Recording script for 
Swift and Company. © lc 3-3-46 ; Swift 
& co., Chicago ; C 228. 

Argument. Recording script for the 
Ralston purina company. © lc 3—24-46 ; 
Ralston purina co., St. Louis ; C 298. 

Attentiveness — behind the counter. Re- 
cording script for the Jam Handy organi- 
zation. © lc 9-23-46 ; Jam Handy organi- 
zation, inc., Detroit ; C 710. 

Attitude. Recording script for Swift and 
company. © lc 6-18-46 ; Swift & co., Chi- 
cago ; C 505. 

Behind the counter — merchandising film. 
Recording script for the Jam Handy organ- 
ization. © lc 11-6-46 ; Jam Handy organ- 
ization, Detroit ; C 835. 

Behind the name. Recording script for 
the W. A. Sheaffer pen company. © lc 
7-13-46 ; W. A. Sheaffer pen co., Fort 
Madison, la. ; C 585. 

Bendix — leader in radio. Recording 
script for the Bendix radio division, Ben- 
dix aviation corp. © lc 2-14-46 ; Bendix 
radio division, Bendix aviation corp., Bal- 
timore ; C 185. 

The best for everything ! Recording script 
for Frigidaire division, General motors 
corp. © lc 7-18-46 ; Frigidaire division, 
General motors corp., Dayton, O. ; C 589. 

Better tools for Congress. Recording 
script for the American enterprise asso- 
ciation. © lc 2-5-46 ; American enterprise 
association, New York ; C 129. 

Bulbs — their selection and care. Re- 
cording script for the J. L. Hudson com- 



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JAM HANDY ORGANIZATION, INC.— Con. 
pany. © lc 6-18-46 ; J. L. Hudson co., 
Detroit ; C 508. 

C. I. C. and tour service. Recording 
script for the Sinclair refining company. 
© lc 4-1-46 ; Sinclair refining co., New 
York ; C 311. 

Cold facts on home freezers. Recording 
script for Frigidaire division, General 
motors corp. © lc 7-13-46 ; Frigidaire 
division, General motors corp., Dayton, O. ; 
C 584. 

Cordially yours. Recording script for the 
Hoover company. © lc 5-23-46 ; Hoover 
co., North Canton, O. ; C 452. 

Covering the water fronts. Recording 
script for the F. E. Myers and brother com- 
pany. © lc 5-6-46 : F. E. Myers & bro. 
co., Ashland, O. ; C 421. 

Dear Barney. Recording script for the 
Coca-cola eompany. © lc 12-26-46 ; Coca- 
cola co., Wilmington, Del., C 1024. 

Demos to dollars. Recording script for 
the Hoover company. © lc 5-29-46 ; 
Hoover co., North Canton, O. ; C 457. 

Education, recording script for Swift and 
company. © lc 6-18-46 ; Swift & co., 
Chicago ; C 506. 

Enthusiasm — behind the counter. Re- 
cording script for the Jam Handy organiza- 
tion. © lc 9-23-46 ; Jam Handy organiza- 
tion, inc., Detroit ; C 707. 

Evergreens. Recording script for the 
J. L. Hudson company. © lc 6-18-46 ; 
J. L. Hudson CO., Detroit ; C. 509. 

Facts about fertilizers. A recording 
script for the J. L. Hudson company. © lc 
6-18-46 ; J. L. Hudson co., Detroit ; C 513. 

Fineline — right line ! Recording script 
for W. A. Sheaffer pen companv. © lc 
4-16-46 ; W. A. Sheaffer pen co., Fort Mad- 
ison, la. ; C 365. 

Fineline — right line ! Recording script 
for W. A. Sheaffer pen companv. © lc 
8-2-46 ; W. A. Sheaffer pen co., Fort Mad- 
ison, la. ; C 609. 

The five-cent drink. Recording script for 
the Coca-cola company. © lc 12-26-46 ; 
Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. : C 1023. 

Follow fundamentals. Recording script 
for the Coca-cola company. © lc 9-18-46 ; 
Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. ; C 701. 

Four fundamentals of a quality dealer. 
Recording script for Frigidaire division, 
General motors corn. © lc 3-4-46 ; Frigid- 
aire division, General motors corp., Dayton, 
O. ; C 235. 

Fred Brown — prospector. Recording 
script for Frigidaire corp. © lc 3-4-46 ; 
Frigidaire division, General motors corp., 
Dayton, .0. ; C 236. 

Friendliness — behind the counter. Re- 
cording script for the Jam Handy organiza- 
tion. © lc 9-23-46 ; Jam Handy organiza- 
tion, inc., Detroit ; C 711. 

From Singapore to Baltimore. Recording 
script for McCormick and company. © lc 
11-6-46 ; McCormick & co., Baltimore ; 
C 823. 

Going places ! Recording script for Pabst 
blue ribbon beer. © lc 3-11-46 ; Pabst sales 
co., Chicago ; C 262. 

Going your way. Recording script for 
Richfield oil corp. © lc 4-9-46 ; Richfield 
oil corp., New York ; C 360. 

He had to face it. Recording script for 
the Hoover company. © lc 5—23—46 ; 
Hoover co., North Canton, O. : C 451. 

Help needed ! Recording script for 
Chevrolet motor division, General motors 
corp. © lc 4—16-46 ; Chevrolet motor divi- 
sion, General motors Corp., Detroit ; C 366. 

Helpfulness- — behind the counter. Re- 
cording script for the Jam Handy organiza- 



tion. © lc 9—23—46 ; Jam Handy organiza- 
tion, inc., Detroit ; C 709. 

How to have a truly fine lawn. Record- 
ing script for the J. L. Hudson company. © 
lc 6-18-46 ; J. L. Hudson co., Detroit ; C 
512. 

How to hold sales meetings. Recording 
script for Frigidaire division, General 
motors corp. © lc 3-11—46 ; Frigidaire 
division, General motors corp., Dayton, O. ; 
C 263. 

How to use DDT. Recording script for 
Ralston purina company. © lc 3-4-46 ; 
Ralston-purina co., St. Louis ; C 231. 

Ice- — a modern business. Recording 
script for the City ice and fuel company. 
© lc 1-16-46 ; City ice and fuel co., Chica- 
go ; C 78. 

The illustrated voice. Recording script 
for the Illustravox division of the Magnavox 
company. © lc 8-2-46 ; Magnavox co., Fort 
Wayne ; C 608. 

Induction and training of personnel. 
Recording script for Chevrolet motor divi- 
sion, General motors corp. © lc 11—6—46 ; 
Chevrolet motor division, General motors 
corp., Detroit ; C 833. 

It's what you make it. Recording script 
for the Coca-cola company. © lc 12-26-46 ; 
Coca-cola CO., Wilmington, Del. ; C 1022. 

Know your roses. Recording script for 
the J. L. Hudson company. © lc 6-18—46 ; 
J. L. Hudson co.. Detroit ; C 510. 

The lady said "yes". Recording script 
for the Hoover company. © 1 c 3-3—46 ; 
Hoover co.. North Canton, O. ; C 230. 

Leadership. Recording script for Swift 
and companv. © lc 6-12-46 : Swift & CO., 
Chicago ; C 502. 

Lighting that moves merchandise. Re- 
cording script for the General electric com- 
pany. ' © lc 11-6-46 ; General electric co., 
East Cleveland, O. ; C 831. 

Losses are like the wind. Recording 
script for the National cash register com- 
panv. © lc 11-6-46 ; National cash regis- 
ter 'co., Dayton, O. ; C 837. 

Manuel — the manual. Recording script 
for the Ralston-purina company. © lc 5— 
16-46 ; Ralston purina co., St. Louis ; C 432. 

The modern oasis. Recording script for 
the Coca-cola company. © lc 9-18-46 ; 
Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. ; C 699. 

More power to America's industry. Re- 
cording script for Dowell. inc. © lc 1—16— 
46 : Dowell, inc., Tulsa, Okl. ; C 75. 

The new mills "120" and "60". Record- 
ing script for the Coca-cola company. © 
lc 9-18-46 ; Coca-cola co., Wilmington, 
Del. ; C 700. 

The new open-type coolers. Recording 
script for the Coca-cola company. © lc 
9-18-46 ; Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. ; 
C 702. 

The new Sinclair H-C gasoline. Record- 
ing script for the Sinclair refining company. 
© lc 4-1-46 : Sinclair refining co., New 
York : C 310. 

The new Sinclair lubricants. Recording 
script for the Sinclair refining company. 
©3c 4-1-46 ; Sinclair refining co., New 
York ; C 312. 

The new" Sinclair premium motor oils. 
Recording script for the Sinclair refining 
companv. © lc 4-9-46 ; Sinclair refining 
co., New York ; C 361. 

The new vendo "59" and "83". Record- 
ing script for the Coca-cola company. © 
lc 12-26-46 ; Coca-cola co., Wilmington, 
Del. ; C 1025. 

No more washday. Recording script for 
F. L. Jacobs company. © lc 8-9-46 ; F. L. 
Jacobs co., Detroit ; C 626. 

One — five and ten, Sinclair-izing. Record- 
ing script for the Sinclair refining company. 



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Jam Handy organization, inc., con., 
© lc 4-9-46 ; Sinclair refining co., New 
York : C 362. 

Opportunity. Recording script for Swift 
and company. © lc 6-18-46 ; Swift & co- 
Chicago : C 503. 

The opportunity of a lifetime. Record- 
ing script for Chevrolet motor division, 
General motors corp. © lc 11-6-46 ; 
Chevrolet motor division, General motors 
corp., Detroit ; C 836. 

Pictures to a purpose. Recording script 
for the Jam Handy organization. © lc 8— 
2-46 ; Jam Handy organization, inc., De- 
troit ; C 607. 

Plan your sale — and sell. Recording 
script for W. A. Sheaffer pen company. 
© lc 3-3-46 ; W. A. Sheaffer pen co., 
Madison, Wis. ; C 229. 

Planning for dental leadership. Record- 
ing script for Ritter company, inc. © lc 
7-13-46 ; Ritter co., inc., Rochester, N. Y. ; 
C 583. 

Port Comfort. Recording script for the 
Michigan masonic home. © lc 11-6-46 ; 
Michigan masonic home. Alma, Mich. ; C 824. 

Prescription for selling. Recording script 
for E. R. Squibb and sons. © lc 11-6-46 ; 
E. R. Squibb & sons, New York ; C 821. 

The quality team. Recording script for 
the Coca-cola company. © lc 12-26-46 ; 
Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. ; C 1021. 

The real voice of radio. Recording script 
for the Bendix radio division, Bendix avia- 
tion corp. © lc 2-14-46 ; Bendix radio 
division, Bendix aviation Corp., Baltimore ; 
C 184. 

Rebuilding with better training. Record- 
ing script for S. S. Kresge and company. 
© lc 11-6-46 ; S. S. Kresge & co., Detroit ; 
C 829. 

Recognition. Recording script for Swift 
and company. © lc 6-18-46 ; Swift & co., 
Chicago ; C 504. 

The replacement market. Recording 
script for Frigidaire division, General motors 
corp. © lc 3-4-46, Frigidaire division, 
General motors corp., Dayton, O. ; C 233. 

Selecting Frigidaire salesmen. Recording 
script for Frigidaire division, General motors 
corp. © lc 3-4-46 ; Frigidaire division, 
General motors Corp., Dayton, O. ; C 234. 

Selecting salesmen. Recording scripts 
for Swift and company. © lc each 2-5-46 ; 
Swift & co., Chicago. 

And then there was one ! C 134. 

The patterned interview. Part 1, The 

need, C 132. Part 2, What and how, C 

131. Part 3, What it discovers and how 

to rate the applicant, C 133. 

The weighted application. C 135. 

Selection and employment of personnel. 
Recording script for Chevrolet motor divi- 
sion, General motors corp. © lc 11-6-46 ; 
Chevrolet motor division, General motors 
corp., Detroit ; C 832. 

Sell up — sell more. Recording script for 
W. A. Sheaffer pen company. © lc 4-15- 
46 ; W. A. Sheaffer pen co., Fort Madison, 
la. ; C 367. 

Selling Frigidaire kitchens. Recording 
script for Frigidaire division, General 
motors corp. © lc 3-4-46, Frigidaire divi- 
sion, General motors corp. Dayton, O. : 
C 232. 

Seven keys to comfort. Recording script 
for Minneapolis-Honeywell regulator com- 
pany. © lc 1-16-46 : Minneapolis-Honey- 
well regulator co., Minneapolis ; C 74. 

Shrubs — their selection, planting, and 
care. Recording script for the J. L. Hud- 
son company. © lc 6-16-46 ; J. L. Hud- 
son co.. Detroit ; C 511. 

Sincerity — behind the counter. Record- 
ing script for the Jam Handy organization. 



© lc 9-23-46 ; Jam Handy organization, 
inc., Detroit ; C 708. 

So said Mr. Shen. Recording script for 
McCormick and company. © lc 11-6-46 ; 
McCormick & co., Baltimore ; C 822. 

A sound proposition. Recording script 
for the Warwick manufacturing corp. © lc 
11-6-46 ; Warwick manufacturing corp., 
Chicago ; C 820. 

The storv of an American business. Re- 
cording script for the Hoover company. 
© lc 11-6-46 ; Hoover co., North Canton, 
O * C 830 

The story of oil. Recording script for 
the Coca-cola bottling company. © lc 12- 
26-46 ; Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. ; C 
1026. 

The story of slab 37. Recording script fox 
the Master builders company. © lc 8-2- 
46 ; Master builders co., Cleveland ; C 610. 

Successor to the fan. Recording script for 
the Fresh'nd-aire company. © lc 1-16-46 ; 
Fresh'nd-aire co., Chicago ; C 76. 

Supervising individual salesmen. Record- 
ing script for Frigidaire division, General 
motors corp. © lc 3-4-46, Frigidaire di- 
vision, General motors corp, Dayton, O. ; 
C 237. 

Swift is people. Recording script for 
Swift and company. © lc 6-18-46 ; Swift 
& co., Chicago ; C 507. 

A symbol of service. Recording script 
for Community chests and councils, inc. 
© lc 10-18-46; Community chests and 
councils, inc., New York ; C 777. 

The telephone check. Recording script 
for Swift and company. © lc 2-5-46 ; 
Swift & co., Chicago ; C 136. 

Tell 'em to sell 'em. Recording script for 
Richfield oil corp. © lc 5-16-46 ; Richfield 
oil corp., New York ; C 431. 

They look to you. Recording script for 
General motors corp. © lc 8-17-46 ; Gen- 
eral motors corp., Detroit ; C 640. 

This is your job. Recording script for 
the City ice and fuel company. © lc 1-16- 
46 ; City ice & fuel co., Chicago ; C 77. 

This next house. Recording script for 
the Hoover company. © lc 5-23-46 ; Hoov- 
er co., North Canton, O. ; C 453. 

What it takes. Recording script for W 
A. Sheaffer pen company. © lc 4-16-46 
W. A. Sheaffer pen co., Fort Madison, la 
C 364. 

What makes them click ? Recording 
script for the Chicago Herald-American. 
© lc 2-5-46 ; Chicago Herald- American, 
Chicago ; C 130. 

What the customer thinks. Recording 
script for Chevrolet service meetings. © 
lc 11-6-46 ; Chevrolet motor division, Gen- 
eral motors corp., Detroit ; C 834. 

The winning trick. Recording script for 
Sherman paper products corp. © lc 1-16- 
46 ; Sherman paper products corp., Upper 
Newton Falls, Mass. ; C 73. 

Winning, your place on the team. Re- 
cording script for Frigidaire division, Gen- 
eral motors corp. © lc 3-4-46, Frigidaire 
division, General motors corp., Dayton, 
O. ; C 238. 

Wired for life. Recording script for Gen- 
eral electric company. ©~ lc 3-11-46 ; 
General electric co., Bridgeport, Conn. ; 
C 264. 

The wizard and the windshield. Record- 
ing script for Calwis company © lc 2-14- 
46 ; Calwis co., Green Bay, Wis. ; C 186. 

Your Checkerdale hatchery. Recording 
script for the Ralston-purina company. © 
lc 10-18-46 ; Ralston purina company, St. 
Louis ; C 776. 

Your company. Recording script for S. S. 
Kresge and company. © lc 11-6-46 ; S. S. 
Kresge & co., Detroit ; C 828. 



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JAM HANDY ORGANIZATION, INC.— Con. 

Your customer. Recording script for S. S. 
Kresge and company. © lc 11-6-46 ; S. S. 
Kresge & co., Detroit ; C 826. 

Your job. Recording script for S. S. 
Kresge and company. © lc 11-6-46 ; S. S. 
Kresge & co., Detroit ; C 825. 

Your lucky 'leven. Recording script for 
Richfield oil corp. © lc 4-9-46; Richfield 
oil corp., New York ; C 359. 

Your silent partner. Recording script for 
W. A. Sheaffer pen company. © lc 4-16- 
46 ; W. A. Sheaffer pen co., Fort Madison, 
la. ; C 363. 

Your store. Recording script for S. S. 
Kresge and company. © lc 11-6-46 ; S. S. 
Kresge & co.. Detroit ; C 827. 

JAMES, COATES. See James, Elizabeth 
Coates. 

JAMES, ELIZABETH COATES. 

Betty, a play in three acts by Coates 
James. © lc 2-13-46 ; Elizabeth Coates 
James, Atlanta ; D unp. 699. 

Many mansions, a play in three acts. 
© lc 3-20-46 ; Elizabeth Coates James, 
Atlanta; D unp. 2203. 

Paul of Tarsus, a play in five acts by 
Coates James. © lc 2-6-46 ; Elizabeth 
Coates James, Atlanta ; D unp. 565. 

JAMES, HENRY, Washington Square. See 
Goodman, Ruth. 

JAMES, SYLVIA. Date bait. Radio script. 
© lc 7-25-46 ; Sylvia James, Camden, 
N. J. ; D unp. 4814. 

JAMESON, COLIN G. . Toupee, a musical 
> play in three acts. Text only. © lc 
3-31-46 ; Colin G. Jameson, Newfane, Vt. ; 
D unp. 2323. 

JAMESON, GEORGIANA. Kitchen kwiz. 
See Keith, S. 

JANARO, RICHARD PAUL. Primitive mo- 
ment, a play in three acts by Richard Paul 
[pseud.] © lc 8-31-46; Richard Paul 
Janaro, Medford, Mass. ; D unp. 5087. 

JANDA, GEORGE. Prophetic story. ' Audi- 
tion scripts I and II. © lc each 9-1—46 ; 
Claude H. Kirchner ; Chicago ; C 756, 757. 

JANE gets her man. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. No. 416. 

JANE Huston. See Mar, Marvin. 

JANE Walters' promise. See The Lone 
Ranger. No. 2111-1336. 

JANTZEN, KITTY. 

Cash & Cary, an American comedy in 
three acts by Kitty Jantzen and Richard 
Welland. © lc 11-23-45 ; Kitty Jantzen, 
New York ; D unp. 140. 

It's all in the mind. See Eichberg, 
Richard A. 

JANUARY thaw. See Roos, William. 

J.AP propaganda — from inside. See Kalb- 
fleish, Edwin, jr. 

JAR VIS, AL S. Can you tie that? A radio 
broadcast show. © lc 4—3—46 ; Al S. Jar- 
vis, Los Angeles ; C 342. 

JASON suivi de Argos. See Poucherol. E. 

JEAN de la lune. See Achard, Marcel. The- 
atre de Marcel Achard, t. 2. 

JEANNE avec nous. See Vermorel, Claude. 

JEANNE D'ARC. See Maginnis, Monica, 
sister. An outdoor plav of Jeanne d'Arc. 

JEANTET, JEAN-FRANCOIS, pseud. See 
Plazanet, Jean. 

JEAYES, ALLAN. Go make you ready, 
dramatic exercises for students, twelve 
monologues. London. French [1946] 28 p. 
18% cm. © 6-22-46 ; lc 11-29-46 ; Sam- 
uel French, ltd., London ; D pub. 6289. 

JEEP Flaherty goes west. See Marks, 
Leonard. 

JEFFERS, ROBINSON. Medea. See 

Euripides. 



JEFFERY, ALFRED M. 

Radio baseball. A radio quiz game. 

© lc 5-16-46 ; Jeffery radio features, 

Snyder, N. Y. ; C 433. 

Radio football. Club crackers program 

no. 1. © lc 1-18-46 ; Alfred M. Jeffery, 

Snyder, N. Y. ; C 93. 

Radio golf, a radio quiz game. © lc 

2-23-46 ; Alfred M. Jeffery, Snyder, N. Y. ; 

C 211. 
JEFFERY radio features. Radio baseball. 

See Jeffery, Alfred M. 
JEFFREY, ROBERT N., Triumphant jour- 
ney. See Rising, Betty. 
JELLY donuts. See Reisland, Calvin M. 
JENKINS, FRANK GILLIS. Habbits. 

Humorous reading. © lc 8-15—46 ; Frank 

Gillis Jenkins, Long Beach, Calif. ; C 730. 
JENKINS, HELEN DAY. Papa-mama, a 

story of a lovable couple. A play by Helen 

Day. 117 leaves. © lc 1-7-46 ; Helen 

Day Jenkins, New York ; D unp. 546. 
THE JENNINGS heritage. See Wise, James 

Waterman. 
JENNY. See 

Ferraro, Joseph. 

Gawne, Irene Enright. 
JENNY LIND. See Boshco. Elinor Gene. 
JENNY WREN. See Fue, Charles. 
JENSEN, GRANT CARL. Cigarette smoke 

and the non-smoker. Address. © lc 11— 

25-46 ; Grant Carl Jensen, Moroni, Utah ; 

C 885. 
JERSEY and Guernsey. See Hart, Virginia 

Lee. 
THE JERSEY jamboree. See Reimer, 

Frances. 
JESUS loves me. See Meredith, Isaac Hick- 
man. 
LE JEU pendant l'attente. See Couasnon, 

Odon de. 
UNE JEUNE fille savait. See Hague,t, Andre. 
A JEW in the war for independence. See 

Schneider. Harry. 
JEWELL, JAMES E. 

The boy who cried wolf. See Kahler, 

Hunter. • 

The trial of Bumble the Bee. See 

Kahler, Hunter. 
JEWELS OF DESTINY. (Radio program), 

Scripts in this series are by Winifred R. 

Parker. © Winifred R. Parker, Provi- r 

dence. 

Sept. 12, 1945. © lc 1-20-46 ; D unp. 

258. 

Jan. 23. 1946. © lc 5-21-46 ; C 439. 
Feb. 6, 1946. © lc 5-21-46 ; C 440. 
Feb. 13, 1946. © lc 5-21-46 ; C 441. 
Mar. 13, 1946. © lc 5-21-46 ; C 442. 
Sept. 24, 1946. © lc 9-24-46 ; D unp. 

5038. 
JEWETT, ELEANOR M. Hidden treasure 

of Glaston. See Faulkner, Anne I. 
JEWISH PEOPLES FRATERNAL ORDER. 

The family downstairs. See Sanders, 

Maury. 
JEWISH THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY OF 

AMERICA. See The eternal light. 
JIM-BOY. See Jacobson, Dorothy. 
JIM BRADY barber shop quartette. See 

Cox, Alphonsus P. 
JIM Miller's return. See The Lone Ranger. 

No. 2156-1381. . 
JIM Rogers, claims agent. See Kane, Frank 

J. 
JIMENEZ Y COL6N, ADOLFO. De Nueva 

York al Olimpo, fantasia humoristica 

critico-lfrico-mitol6gica en un acto y nueve 

cuadros. Letra v mtisica de A. Jime'nez y 

Colon. Text only. © lc 2-15-46 ; Adolfo 

Jimenez y Colon, New York ; D unp. 746. 
JIMMY and the Golden Rule. See Weston, 

Frances Stevens. 
JIMMY Dare foreign correspondent. See 

Maley, Bob. 



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JIMMY Rabbit, inc. See Parsons, Jim. 
JIMMY the problem child. See Kane, Albert 

M. Case histories from the private diary 

of a psychiatrist. 
JIMMY'S reindeer. See Norris, Geraldine 

Leslie. 
JO JO, the storybook clown. See Hooker, 

Jane. 
JOAN. See Gribble, Harry Wagstaff. 
JOAN de la motte. See Tepa, George W. 
JOAN of Arc. See McCurdey, Catharine 

Millar. 
THE JOB of an administrator. See Beecher, 

Willard Edgar. 
JOB on our hands. See Gondell. Harry. 
JOE CHANDLER gets a lift. See Neher, 

JOE MILLER, case history. See Parker, 
Sam. Dr. Parker presents Out of the dark. 

JOEL. See Onorato, Leonard Anthony. 

JOEL MEYERS. -See Onorato, Leonard An- 
thony. 

JOEY wants to whistle. See Roszelle, Mary 
Helene. 

JOHANNES, VIVIAN. The cup of trembling, 
a drama in two acts. © lc 10-7-46 ; Vivian 
Johannes, Meredith, N. H. ; D unp. 6116. 

JOHN Paul Jones. See Subotsky, Milton. 

JOHN PAUL JONES, the boy of the Atlantic. 
See Boshco, Elinor Gene. 

JOHN RUTLEDGE of South Carolina. See 
Dunn, Halbert B. 

JOHNN-ST. JOHNN, Allison Kingsson Nich- 
ols. The Seventh Isle, ,a drama with music 
in three acts. Text only. © lc 9—2-46 ; 
Allison Kingsson Nichols Johnn-St. Johnn, 
New York ; D unp. 4766. 

JOHNNIE'S claim. See The Lone Ranger. 
No. 2168-1393. 

JOHNNY. See Morse, Samuel. 

JOHNNY at the door. See Russell, Andrew J. 

JOHNNY Casey. See Irving, Franklin. 

JOHNNY comes home. See Gelb, Phillip. 

JOHNNY comes marching. See Gordon, 
Shelby. 

JOHNNY Eager. >S'ee Lux radio theatre, Jan. 
21, 1946. 

JOHNNY in a jam. See Van Woeart, Alpheus. 

JOHNNY is my conscience. See Benham, 
Charles Capell. 

JOHNNY on the spot. See Hughes, David 
Colson. 

JOHNNY Tremain. See Piatt, Helen. 

JOHNSON, ALBERT. So help me ! A comedy 
in three acts. Cedar Rapids, la., Heuer, 
c 1946. 79 p. diagr. 19cm. © 9-10-46 ; 
2c 9-26-46 ; Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rap- 
ids, la. ; D pub. 5110. 

JOHNSON, ERMANE LOWELL. 

Conventional women. (Tips from the 
waiter, no. 2) Television script. © lc 
11-6—46 : E. Lowell Johnson, Syracuse, N. 
Y. ; D unp. 6073. 

The dangerous season, by Lowell John- 
son. (Tips from the waiter, no. 5) Record- 
ing script. © lc 12—2-46 ; Ermane Lowell 
Johnson. Syracuse, N. Y. ; D unp. 6396. 

Ever since Eve, by Lowell Johnson. (Tips 
from the waiter, no. 4) Television script. 
© lc 11-6-46 ; E. Lowell Johnson, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. ; D unp. 6071. 

Home to mother. Radio script. © lc 
12—2—46 ; Ermane Lowell Johnson, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. ; D unp. 6397. 

A letter from Cyprus, radio script. © lc 
10-3-46 ; Ermane Lowell Johnson, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. ; D unp. 5202. 

My eyes are green,. (Tips from the 
waiter, no. 1) Television script. © lc 
11-6-46 ; E. Lowell Johnson, Syracuse, N. 
Y. ; D unp. 6074. 

The stomach versus art, by Lowell John- 
son. (Tips from the waiter) Recording 
script. © lc 12-2-46 ; Ermane Lowell 
Johnson, Syracuse, N. Y. ; D unp. 6395. 



Wake-up! Men ! (Tips from the waiter, 
no. 3) Television script. © lc 11-6-46; 
E. Lowell Johnson, Syracuse, N. Y .; D unp. 
6072. 

JOHNSON, FLORENCE HOOD. 

Naaman and Elisha, a one-act play. © lc 
2-18-46 ; Florence Hood Johnson, Tacoma, 
Wash. ; D unp. 714. 

On the road to Emmaus, a dramatic 
composition based on Luke 24 : 13-25. © lc 
2-18-46 ; Florence Hood Johnson, Tacoma, 
Wash. ; D unp. 716. 

Solomon, a religious drama in two acts. 
© lc 2-18-46 ; Florence Hood Johnson, 
Tacoma, Wash. ; D unp. 715. 

JOHNSON, FRANK WILLIAM. 

Youth of Andros, a play in three acts. © lc 
9-22-46 : Frank William Johnson, La Mesa, 
Calif. ; D unp. 5012. 

JOHNSON, GRACE LEORA. The wedding 
dress, a drama in three acts. © lc 6-2-46 ; 
Grace Leora Johnson, Ephraim, Utah ; D 
unp. 3365. 

JOHNSON, HELEN REDINGTON. Woman 
trouble, a comedy in three acts by Helen 
Redington. © lc 10-5-46 ; Helen Reding- 
ton Johnson, Wingdale, N. Y. ; D unp. 5211. 

JOHNSON, JOHN. The scarlet bag, a thriller 
in three acts by John Johnson, revised by 
William Henry Sherwood and Ann Rose- 
mary Sherwood. © lc 1—23—46 ; William 
Henry Sherwood and Ann Rosemary Sher- 
wood, London ; D unp. 2767. 

JOHNSON, LOWELL. See Johnson, Ermane 
Lowell. 

JOHNSON, MARIAN PAGE. The game room ; 
or, A-hunting we will go — . A 1 act play. 
© lc 10-30-45 : Marian Page Johnson, New 
York : D unp. 229. 

JOHNSON, PHILIP. 

Dark brown, a melodrama in one act. 
Illustrated by Anthonv Mendleson. Lon- 
don, French [1946] 35 p. illus. 22 cm. 
(French's acting edition. No. 392) © 
5-4-46 ; lc 7-12-46 ; Samuel French, ltd., 
London ; D pub. 4052. 

Everlasting flowers, an improbable com- 
edy in one act. London, French [1945] 
34 p. illus. 21% cm. (French's acting 
edition. No. 1225) © 7-31^6; lc 2-23- 
46 ; Samuel French, ltd., London ; D pub. 
799. 

Sorcery in a suburb, an improbable com- 
edy in one act. London, French [1945] 42 
p. 18% cm. (French's acting edition. 
No. 1376) © 9-6-45 ; lc 2-23-46 ; Samuel 
French, ltd., London ; D pub. 798. 

JOHNSON (S. C.) AND SON, INC. See Fib- 
ber McGee and Molly. 

JOHNSON. THEODORE. You're on the air. 
See Garrigus, Frederick. 

THE JOHNSON case. See Dunne, George H. 

JOHNSTON, LEONORA. Ripe watermelons, 
a play in one act. Boston, Baker's plays ; 
[etc., 1946] 26 p. I8V2 cm. (Baker's 
plays for amateurs) © 8-21-46 ; 2c 8-26- 
46 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston ; D pub. 
4776. 

JOHNSTON, WINIFRED. They say no, a 
script for our times, in five scenes. © lc 
7-13-46 ; Winifred Johnston, Washington ; 
D unp. 4017. 

THE JOLLY beggar. See Munsell, Warren 
Perry, jr. 

JONAS, ANNA MOSKOVITZ. Jupiter, the 
monkey, and the white rabbit, by Ann Hu- 
bert [pseud.] Radio script. © lc 1-20-46; 
Anna Moskovitz Jonas, Louisville, Ky. ; D 
unp. 253. 

JONAS kills the dragon. See Yablonski, 
Margaret. 

JONATHAN escapes. See General mills, inc. 

JONATHAN frees Jorah. See General mills 
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JONATHAN goes to Babylon. See General 
mills, inc. 

JONATHAN joins Hassan. See General mills, 
inc. 

JONATHAN visits Elona. See General mills, 
inc. 

JONES, BARBARA E. 

Personality previews, no. 1. Film'seript. 
© lc 10-1—46 ; Video associates, inc., New 
York ; C 964. 

Personality previews, no. 2. Television 
script. © lc 10-22-46 ; Video associates, 
inc., New York ; D unp. 5583. 

JONES. FRANK. Romance of furs : Em- 
peror's choice. Radio script. © lc 12—5- 
46 ; Radio productions, Providence ; D unp. 
6435. 

JONES, L. E. The dove and the carpenter, 
a topical comedy in three acts. © lc 
4-3-46, L. E. Jones, London ; D unp. 2341. 

JONES, MARC EDMUND. 

Children come home ; drama in three 
acts. © lc 4-17-46 ; Marc Edmund Jones, 
New York ; D unp. 2654. 

In 1896 ; romantic drama in two acts 
and fourteen scenes. © lc 11-16—46 : Marc 
Edmund Jones, New York ; D unp. 5977. 

JONES, STARR WEST. Storm tarn, a play 
in three acts. A dramatization by Starr 
West Jones and Arden Young of the novel 
by Princess Paul Troubetzkoy. © lc 12-6- 
46; Starr West Jones, A. P. O. 541 c/o 
P. M., New York ; new matter : revisions ; 
D unp. 6453. Prev. reg. 12-30-38 ; D unp. 
60985. 

JONES, WILLIAM McPHEETERS. Murder 
in state, a comedy in three acts by William 
Spottswood [pseud.] © lc 4-23-46; Wil- 
liam McPheeters Jones, Arlington, Va. ; D 
unp. 2716. 

THE JONESES found money. See Echoes of 
New York. No. 3. 

THE JONESES of New York. See Echoes of 
New York. No. 1. 

JONG, DOLA DE. The level land. See Piatt, 
Helen. 

JONSON, BEN. The alchemist, source title. 
See Gottesman, Frederick. The golden fleec- 
ing. 

JOPLING, MADELON JUNE. The heart re- 
members, a play in 65 scenes. © lc 10— 
9-45 ; Madelon June Jopling, Pasadena, 
Calif. ; D unp. 56. 

JORDAN, ELIZABETH. 

Leap to the leap, my darling ; a play in 
three acts. © lc 1-27-46 ; Elizabeth Jor- 
dan. Pittsburgh ; D unp. 424. 

The weaver's shuttle, a play in three acts 
by Elizabeth Jordan and Richard Riebling. 
© lc 11-6-46 ; Elizabeth Jordan and Richard 
Riebling, Pittsburgh ; D unp. 5843. 

JOSEPH. See 
Berthet, Jean. 
Murdock, Edith A. 

JOSEPH and Maria. See Stury, Alfred 
Frantz. 

JOSEPH McGinnical, cynical pinnacle. See 
Pine, Lester. 

JOSEPHINE. See Calhoun, Thonnis Watson. 

JOSEPHSON, EMANUEL M. America's com- 
munist conspiracy. Address. © lc 1—15— 
46 ; Chedney press, New York ; C 70. 

JOSSET, ANDRE. 

Le majordome, piece en deux parties et 
cinq tableaux. © lc 5—8—46 ; Andre" Josset, 
Paris ; D unp. 4196. 

La porte de l'abime, piece en 2 parties et 
cinq tableaux. © lc 5-8-46 ; Andre Josset, 
Paris ; D unp. 4193. 

Premier amour, piece en huit tableaux, 
deux parties. © lc 5-8-46 ; Andre Josset, 
Paris ; D unp. 4162. 

LES JOURS heureux. See Puget, Claude 
Andre\ Theatre, [t. 1] 



JOY, FELIX, pseud. See Clark Paul Win- 

throp. 
JOYCE, ELIZABETH. Ann and Betty. Epi- 
sode one. Radio script. © lc 4-11-46, 

Elizabeth Joyce, Detroit ; D unp. 2527. 
JOYCE, JACK. Farewell, character ; a human 

comedy with music, in one act. © lc 12- 

2-46 ; Jack Joyce, New York ;. D unp. 6326. 

JOYCE, JORDAN, M. D. (Radio program) 

Scripts in this series are by Henry Se- 

linger. © Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 
184. Broadcast Dec. 13, 1945. © lc 1- 

20-46 ; D unp. 287. 

205. Broadcast Jan. 11, 1946. © lc 2- 

8-46 ; D unp. 623. 

231. Broadcast Feb. 18, 1946. © lc 3- 

10-46 ; D unp. 989. 

25'8. Broadcast Mar. 27, 1946. © lc 4- 

3-46 ; D unp. 2316. 

269. Broadcast Apr. 11, 1946. © lc 5- 

26-46 ; D unp. 3293. 

296. Broadcast May 20, 1946. lc 6- 

18-46 ; D unp. 3673. 

311. Broadcast June 10, 1946. © lc 7- 

11-46 ; D unp. 3995. 

342. Broadcast July 23, 1946. © lc 8- 

4-46 : D unp. 4438. 

352. Broadcast Aug. 6, 1946. © lc 9- 

19-46 ; D unp. 4942. 

379. Broadcast Sept. 12, 1946. © lc 10- 

15-46 ; D unp. 5411. 

407. Broadcast Oct. 22, 1946. © lc 11- 

4-46 ; D unp. 6031. 

422. Broadcast Nov. 12. 1946. © lc 12- 

3-46 ; D unp. 6389. 
JUDELL, KURT FELIX. Fee-faw-fum^ 

crimedy in three acts by Falderal Derara 

[pseud.] © lc 8-9-46 ; Kurt Felix Judell, 

London ; D unp. 6306. 
JUDGE. JAMES P. The other half, a com- 
edy drama in two acts. © lc 7-26-46 ; 

James P. Judge, Garrison, N. Y. ; D unp. 

4301. 
JUDGE of men. See The Lone Ranger. No. 

2109-1334. 
THE JUDGMENT of Mars. See Slote, Lo- 

vera Krupp. 
JUDIS, LOWELL HOLLANDER. Up the 

ladder. See De Zaruba, Lionel Charles. 
JUDSON. LESTER E. Among friends, a 

play in three acts. »© lc 10-27-46 ; Lester 

E. Judson, New York ; D unp. 5674. v 
JUDSON, LOWELL H., pseud. See Judis, 

Lowell Hollander. 
JUDY and the champ. See The Lone Ranger. 

No. 2082-1307. 
JUDY goes a' visitin'. See Brown, Dave. 
JUKE box. See Moss, Harry. 
JULIA. See Lewis, Ovid B. 
JULIA Doyle. See Yoder, Charles Lester. 
JULIA Walker's curls. -See O'Shea, Nora. 
JULIE. See Riegner, Henry George. 
JULLIARD, RENE, Theatre, t. 2. See 

Haurigot, Paul. 
JUMP-JUMP and the story of the little lost 

star. See Hickox, Mary McConnell. 
JUMPIN' jive follies. See Sheffer, Paul. 
THE JUNCTION. See Dr. Christian. No. 

387. 
JUNE blackouts of 1946. See Stevens, Leslie 

C. 
JUNIOR board round table forum. See 

Dillon, Anna Elizabeth. 
JUNIOR detectives. See Hadley, Harry L. 
JUNIOR genius. See Robinson. Gladys. 
JUNIOR jury. See Schafer, Ruth. 
JUNIOR league. -See De Zevallos, Mary. 
JUNIOR prom. -See Leland, John Clarki 
JUPITER RECORD CORPORATION. Pan- 

cho goes to a fiesta. See Tripp, Paul. 
JUPITER, the monkey, and the white rabbit. 

-See Jonas, Anna Moskovitz. 



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JURGENSEN, KAI OLAP HEIBERG. The 
house of Bernarda Alba. See Lorca, Fede- 
rico Garcia. 

JUST ducky ! See Payton, Donald. 

JUST growin' pains. See Porter, Irene Eliza- 
beth- ^. ^ * 

JUST imagine. See Richardson, Howard. 

JUST last night. See Schindler, Ruth Arun- 
del Piercy. . . m 

JUST my style. See Sterling, Dorothy. 

JUST outside. See Melcher, Marguerite 
Fellows. 

JUST people. See Kudisch, Rosa. 

JUST pretend. See Sundelof-Asbrand, Karin. 

THE JUST vengeance. See Sayers, Dorothy 

JUSTICE. See Brody, Edmund E. 
JUSTICE A. W. O. L. See Solem, Carol. 
JUVENILE delinquency. See Fighting sena- 
tor. No. 8. 



KTOK, INC. Market basket. See Lea, Mar- 
gie. 

THE KABBALA. See Murder at midnight. 
No. 16. . . 

KADISON, PHILIP. A nice place to visit, 
a musical comedy in two acts by Frank C. 
Davidson, Thomas W. Pulliam and Stanly 
Ferber. Lyrics by Tom Howell, music by 
Philip Kadison ; additional lyrics by Mr. 
Ferber and Mr. Pulliam. Text and music 
on separate leaves. © lc 6-11-46 ; 
Thomas Weddell Pulliam, Valhalla, N. Y. ; 
D unp. 1063. 

KADUSON, JACK. This is so sudden ; radio 
script by Jack Kaduson and Martin Wel- 
don. © lc 8-25-46 ; Jack Kaduson and 
Martin Weldon, New York ; D unp. 5431. 

DAS KAFFEEHAUS. Sfee Zoff, Otto. 

DAS KAFFEEHAUS (English version) See 
Zoff, Otto. Venetian folly. 

KAFKA, RUDOLF. Frisco spree, a comedy 
in three acts. © lc 10-19-46 ; Rudolf 
Kafka, Oberlin, O. ; new matter : additions 
and changes ; D unp. 5538. Prev. reg. 
10-28-43. D unp. 85824. 

KAGAN, BEN. The troubadour and the 
thrush, a radio script. © lc 3-12-46 ; Ben 
Kagan, Jackson Heights, N. Y. ; D unp. 
2033. 

KAHAN, J. H. Fidelio, a new version of the 
opera. In three acts. © lc 1-23-46 ; Josef 
Weinberger, ltd., London ; D unp. 533. 

KAHLER, HUNTER. 

The boy who cried wolf ; music by 
Hunter Kahler, words by James E. Jewell 
and Tom Elvidge. Text and music in sep- 
arate bindings. © lc 2-18-46 ; James E. 
Jewell, Evanston, 111. ; D unp. 1036. 

The trial of Bumble the Bee ; music by 
Hunter Kahler, words by James E. Jewell 
and Tom Elvidge. Libretto and music in 
separate bindings. © lc 2-18-46 ; James 
E. Jewell. Evanston, 111. ; D unp. 1035. 

KAHN, MORTON L. 

Easy money. Radio script. © lc 5—8— 
46 ; Fannie Kahn Price and Morton L. 
Kahn, trading as Kahn & Rosenau, Phila- 
delphia ; C 4i6. 

Easy money. Radio script. © lc 5-9— 
46 ; Fannie Kahn Price and Morton L. 
Kahn, trading as Kahn & Rosenau, Phila- 
delphia ; C 424. 
KAHN AND ROSENAU. Easy money. See 

Kahn, Morton L. 
KAISAR, GEORG. The soldier tanaka. See 

Colton, John. 
KAISER, SAMUEL. Once over lightly, a 
play in three acts by Samuel Kaiser and 
Edmund B. Hennefeld. © lc 1-8-46; Sam 
Kaiser. Brooklyn and Edmund B. Henne- 
feld. New York ; D unp. 113. 
KALBFLEISH, EDWIN, JR. Jap propa- 
ganda — from inside. Lectures 1-7. © lc 



each 8-19-46 ; Edwin Kalbfleish, jr., St. 
Louis ; C 922-928. 
KA*LLEN. MINNA. The sun in a sack. See 

Allen, Kay. 
KAMBOURIAN, ELIZABETH H. The blind 
nightingale, a play in three acts, translated 
by Mary M. Derletian. © lc 1-22-46 ; 
Elizabeth H. Kambourian, New York ; D 
unp. 271. 
KAMILE, COLEMAN. The hydra, a comedy 
in three acts. © lc 2—5—46 ; Coleman 
Kamile, New York ; D unp. 727. 
KANE, ALBERT M. Case histories from the 
private diary of a psychiatrist. Jimmy the 
problem child, case no. 1017. Half hour 
radio script. © lc 6-10-46 ; Albert M. 
Kane, Philadelphia ; D unp. 3548. 
KANE, FRANK. See 

The return of Nick Carter. 
The Shadow. 
KANE, FRANK J. Jim Rogers, claims agent. 
Case no. 6. Radio script. © lc 7-13-46 ; 
Frank J. Kane, New York ; D unp. 4208. 
KANE, JACK. See Kane, John T. 
KANE, JOHN T. 

Ensign junior grade, a play in three acts 
by Jack Kane and Kay Brown. © lc 7—27— 
46 ; Kay Brown, Jack Kane (John T. Kane, 
Kathryn M. Brown), Dorchester, Mass.; 
D unp. 4323. 

Very much the woman, a comedy in three 
acts by Jack Kane and Kay Brown. © lc 
4—22—46 ; Jack Kane, Dorchester, Mass. 
and Kay Brown, Newtonville, Mass. ; D 
unp. 2750. 
KANE, WHITFORD. Love sits a'spinning. 

See Lomask, Milton. 
KANIGHER, ROBERT. Young Major Wash- 
ington, a radio play. (Cavalcade of Amer- 
ica, Feb. 18, 1946.) © lc 6-11-46 ; E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & co., Wilmington, 
Del. ; D unp. 3506. 
KANIN, GARSON. Born yesterday, a com- 
edy in three acts. New York, Viking press, 
1946. 141 p. front. 19%. cm. © 10-4- 
46 ; 2c 10-15-46 ; Garson Kanin and Ruth 
Gordon, New York ; D pub. 5531. Prev. 
reg. 7-29-45 ; D unp. 94492. 
KANIN, RUTH GORDON. See Gordon, 

Ruth. 
KANTOR, MACKINLAY. Tenting tonight, 
a play in three acts by MacKinlay Kantor, 
Emile Liss and Robert Patrick Wilmot. 
© lc 1-11-46 ; MacKinlay Kantor, Emile 
Liss and Robert Patrick Wilmot, New 
York ; D unp. 158. 
KANTOROWITZ. BUHNENVERTRIEB M. 
Tragodin oder Salon-Dame? See Del- 
mont, Carl. 
KAPLAN, HYMAN. 

A bachelor sewing a button. See Lyons, 
Jimmy. 

The band leader, by Hal Stone [pseud.] 
Revised. Comic reading. © lc 4-27-46 ; 
Hyman Kaplan, New York ; D unp. 2798. 

Band leaders, by Hal Stone [pseud.] 
Comic reading. © lc 4-6-46 ; Hal Stone, 
New York ; D unp. 2499. 

The interview, by Hal Stone [pseud.] as- 
sisted by Nina Kaye. Comic reading. © lc 
1—2—46 ; Hyman Kaplan, New York ; D unp. 
44. 

The quiz kid, by Hal Stone [pseud.] 
Comic reading. © lc 12—31-45 ; Hyman 
Kaplan, New York ; D unp. 28. 

Rationed, by Hal Stone [pseud.] with 

Nina Kaye. Comic reading. © lc 12-31- 

45 ; Hyman Kaplan, New York ; D unp. 29. 

KAPLAN, IRENE. Not at home, a play in 

three acts by Irene and Lawrence L. Keyne 

[pseud.] © lc 6-30-46 ; Lawrence L. Kap- 

. Ian, Flushing. N. Y. ; D unp. 3847. 

KAPLAN, JESSE. Lulu's candy store, a radio 

comedy audition script. © lc 1—1—46 ; Jesse 

Kaplan, Brooklyn ; D unp. 13. 



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pt. i, n. s. 



KAPLAN, LAWRENCE L. Not at home. See 
Kaplan, Irene. 

KAPLAN, MARVIN W. Death of an intellec- 
tual. Radio script. At head of title : 
Brooklyn college radio guild. © lc 1-11-46 ; 
Marvin W. Kaplan, Brooklyn ; D unp. 167. 

KAPNER, IRVING. Grandma called at car- 
nal, a three act play by Irving Kapner, 
based on the book by Bertha Damon. © lc 
7—27-46 ; Irving Kapner, New York ; D unp. 
4326. 

KAPUTSOS, PAUL PETE. Uncertain treas- 
ure, an original screenplay. 174 leaves. © 
lc 7-26-46 ; Paul Pete Kaputsos, Balti- 
more ; D unp. 4283. 

KAREL, NORMAN. 

Concerto. See Gordon, Shelby. 
Cookin' with gas. See Gordon, Shelby. 
The things they love ; radio script by Norm 
Karel and Shelby Gordon. © lc 5-8-46 ; 
Norm Karel and Shelby Gordon, Carmel, 
Calif. ; D unp. 3176. 

KARLEN, STYMEAN. 

The eleventh commandment, a play in 
three acts. © lc 2-28-46 ; Stymean Kar- 
len, Philadelphia ; D unp. 878. 

Sweet land of liberty, a comedy in three 
acts, by Stymean Karlen and David Weiss. 
© lc 11—5—46 ; David Weiss and Stymean 
Karlen, New York ; D unp. 5899. 

KARREN, BETTY. Sweeter than sweet. See 
Karren, Henny. 

KARREN, HENNY. 

The day in your life, a play in a prologue 
and four acts. © lc 9-3-46 ; Henny Kar- 
ren, Kew Gardens, N. Y. ; D unp. 4787. 

Sweeter than sweet, a play in three acts 
by Henny, Martin, Vieda, and Bettv Karren 
© lc 12-7-46 ; Henny, Martin, Vieda and 
Betty Karren, Kew Gardens, N. Y .; D unp. 
6464. 

KARREN, MARTIN. Sweeter than sweet. 
See Karren, Henny. 

KARREN, VIEDA. Sweeter than sweet. See 
Karren, Henny. 

KASER, ARTHUR LE ROY. 

Bride and gloom, a mock wedding, by 
Camilla Rye [pseud.] Chicago, Dramatic 
publishing co. [1946] 16 p. 18% cm. © 
10-10-46 : 2c 10-13-46 ; Dramatic pub. co., 
Chicago ; D pub. 5356. 

One-rehearsal novelty programs, variety 
entertainments for any informal programs, 
bv Mark Kent [pseud.] Boston, Baker's 
plays; [etc., 1946] 112 p. 19 cm. © 8-7- 
46 ; 2c 8-8-46 ; Walter H. Baker co., Bos- 
ton ; D pub. 4536. 

KASER, STEWART. 

Don't call me Madam, a three act comedy. 
© lc 7-6-46 ; Stewart Kaser, Santa Monica. 
Calif : : D unp. 3917. 

Uncle Godfrey's ghost, a one-act comedy 
for junior high age. Syracuse, N. Y., Bug- 
bee. c 1946. 16 p. 18y 2 cm. (Young folks 
series) © 9-18-46 ; 2c 9-21-46 ; Willis N. 
Bugbee co., Syracuse, N. Y. ; D pub. 5151. 

KAS»S, ISIDORE. Proposed broadcast. 1 
leaf. © lc 11-21-46 ; Isidore Kass, Wash- 
ington ; C 956. 

KATHY the great. See Bennett, Carol. 

KATIE comes across. See Dennis, Gene. 

KATOV, OSCAR R. How it happened, a 
radio dramatic series. © lc 10—28—46 ; 
Oscar R. Katov, Chicago ; D unp. 5673. 

KATZ. ALEPH. Good morning, Aleph ! Dra- 
matic poem in nine scenes. Yiddish text. 
© lc 2-6-46 ; Morris A. Katz, New York ; 
D unp. 571. 

KATZ, BENJAMIN. So help me, Jackson. 
See Wilensky, Abraham. 

KATZ, CHARLES E. The evils of platonic 
friendship, a one act play. © lc 9-24-46 ; 
Charles E. Katz, Cleveland ; D unp. 5520. 

KATZ, JOEL. No man lives forever. See 
Slaff, Bert Allen. 



KATZ, JOSEPH. Catch the question. Audi- 
tion show, Feb. 15, 1945. © lc 2-16-45 ; 
Joseph Katz, Baltimore ; C 937. 

KATZ, MORRIS A. Good morning, Aleph! 
See Katz, Aleph. 

KATZ with nine lives. See The Green Hornet. 
No. 729. 

KATZENTINE, A. FRANK. The animal fair. 
Radio program, broadcast Oct. 20, 1945. 
© lc 10-25-45 ; A Frank Katzentine, d. b. a. 
Radio station WKAT, Miami Beach, Fla., 
D unp. 6. 

KAUFFMANN, STANLEY. 

The return of Nick Carter. For radio 
scripts in this series see The return of Nick 
Carter. 

A world of, difference, a play in three acts. 
© lc 9-7-46 ; Stanley Kauffmann, New 
York ; D unp. 4833. 

KAUFMAN, GEORGE SIMON. 

The land is bright. See Ferber, Edna. 
The late George Apley. See Marquand, 
Jobn Phillips. 

KAUFMAN, MARTIN. The mandate, a play 
in three acts. © lc 7-26-46 ; Martin Kauf- 
man, New York ; D unp. 4305. 

KAUNITZ, JULIUS. All because of a nose, 
a play in 29 scenes, a prologue and an 
epilogue. © lc 8-28-46 ; Julius Kaunitz, 
New York ; D unp. 5461. 

KAVANAU, ALEXANDER. Curves and 
angles, a comedy in three acts. © lc 11— 
13—46 : Alexander Kavanau, Brooklyn ; D 
unp. 5923. 

KAVANAUGH, KATHARINE. [Full name: 
Katharine (Kavanaugh) Ziegfeld] 

The dust of the earth, source title. See 
Martens. Anne (Coulter) Little Miss 
Somebody. 

The wrong professor, a comedy in three 
acts. Chicago. Dramatic publishing co. 
[1946] 84 p. diagrs. 18 cm. ©8-12-46; 
2c 8-19-46 ; Dramatic publishing co., Chi- 
cago ; D pub. 4606. 

KAYE, B. D. 

Migraine. See Exploring the unknown, 
June 16, 1946. 

The story of blood. See Exploring the 
unknown, June 9, 1946. 

KAYE. GEORGIE. Odd characters. Radio 
script. © lc 6-30-46 ; Georgie Kaye, New 
York * C 536 

KAYE, JUNE, pseud. See Kolsky, Bebe June. 

KAYE, NINA. 

The interview. See Kaplan, Hyman. 
Rationed. See Kaplan, Hyman. 

KEATH, BYRON, pseud. See Cicerale, Law- 
rence V. 

KEATH, DONNA. Soon the morning, a play 
in three acts by Donna Keath and Alden 
Nash. © lc 7-5-46 ; Donna Keath and Al- 
den Nash, New York ; D unp. 3913. 

KEATING, LAWRENCE A. Our dear hus- 
band ; or. Always a bridegroom ; or, Made 
in heaven ; or, I loved you Wednesday. A 
play in three acts by Lawrence A. Keating 
and Howard Peck. © lc 3-7-46 ; Lawrence 
A. Keating and Howard L. Peck, Milwaukee ; 
D unp. 986. 

KEEFE, WILLARD. The deep blue sea, a play 
in three acts. © lc 4-12-46 ; Willard Keefe, 
New York ; D unp. 2562. 

KEEGAN, HOWARD THOMAS. Challenge 
to spring. Radio script. © lc 5—22-46 : 
Howard Thomas Keegan, Weehawken, N. J. ; 
D unp. 3881. 

KEENEY, BENJAMIN F. The regeneration 
of Stanley Upjohn. See Welles, Ralph 
Emerson. 

KEENEY, CLAIRE HANDSAKER. Once an 
actor, a play. 34 leaves. © lc 2—4-46 : 
Claire Handsaker Keeney, Whittier, Calif. ; 
D unp. 512. 

KEEP it clean. See Kilbourn, Jonathan. 



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v. 19, 1946 



KEEPERS of the flame. See Andromedas, 
Nicholas J. The sacred flame. 

KEEPING UP WITH THE WIGGLES- 
WORTHS. (Radio program) Scripts in 
this series are by Laurence Hammond. © 
Laurence Hammond, New York. 

1. © lc 3-20-46 ; D unp. 2197. 

2. © lc 4-12-46 ; D unp. 2559. 

3-14. © lc each 4-14^6 ; D unp. 2626- 

15-17. © lc each 5-15-46 ; D unp. 3108- 
3110. 

IS. Women in gainful employment. © lc 
5-15-46 ; D unp. 3111. 

19. © lc 5-15-46 ; D unp. 3112. 

20. Credit. © lc 5-15-46 ; D unp. 3113. 

21. Banking. © lc 5-15-46 ; D unp. 3114. 

22. Production is wealth. © lc 5-15-46 : 
D unp. 3115. 

23. Importance of foreign trade to the 
United States. © lc 5-15-46 ; D unp. 3116. 

24. Loans to foreign countries. © lc 5- 
15-46 : D unp. 3117. 

25. America's public debt. © lc 5-15-46 ; 
D unp. 3118. 

26. Comparative advantage. © lc 5-15- 
46 ; D unp. 3119. 

27. America — one market. © lc 5-15-46 ; 
D unp. 3120. 

28. Inflation. © lc 5-15-46 ; D unp. 3121. 

29. Import — export. © lc 5-15-46 ; D 
unp. 3122. 

30. Public debt. © lc 5-15-46 ; D unp. 



Inflation. © lc 5-15-46 ; D unp. 3124. 
Profit motive. © lc 5-15-46 ; D unp. 



lc 7- 
© lc 7-16-46 ; 
lc 7-16-46 ; D 



3123. 

31. 

32. 
3125. 

33. Importance of small business. © lc 
7-16-46 : D unp. 4085. 

34. Patents. © lc 7-16-46 ; D unp. 4086. 

35. Expenditures on veterans. © lc 7- 
16-46 ; D unp. 4087. 

36. Advertising. © lc 7-16-46 ; D unp. 
4088. 

37. Interstate trade restrictions. 
16-46 : D unp. 4089. 

38. Shortages of goods. 
D unp. 4090. 

39. Economics of war. 
unp. 4091. 

40. Education and economic prosperity. 
© lc 7-16-46 ; D unp. 4092. 

41. Prosperous foreigners are good cus- 
tomers. © lc 7-16-46 ; D unp. 4093. 

42. America's new international credit po- 
sition. © lc 7-16-46 ; D unp. 4094. 

43. Special reason for continued shortages 
of goods. © lc 7-16-46 ; D unp. 4095. 

44. Value of the machine to labor and the 
consumer. © lc 7-16-46 ; D unp. 4096. 

45. Rural poverty. © lc 7-16-46 ; D 
unp. 4097. 

46. Agricultural prosperity. © lc 7—16- 
46 : D unp. 4098. 

47. Farmers' interest in foreign markets. 
© lc 7-16-46 ; D unp. 4099. 

48. New housing. © lc 7-16-46 ; D unp. 
4100. 

49. Healthy building industry is essential 
to prosperity. © lc 7-16-46 ; D unp. 4101. 

50. Wealth of nations. © lc 7-16-46 : 
D unp. 4102. 

51. Miscellaneous services offered by banks 
and bankers. © lc 7-16-46 ; D unp. 4103. 

52. Economic efficiency. © lc 7-16-46 : 
D unp. 4104. 

53. How people save in the United States. 
© lc 7-25-46 ; D unp. 4292. 

54. Investment required to create jobs in 
various enterprises. © lc 7-25-46 ; D unp. 
4293. 

55. Corporations : how formed, advantages 
and disadvantages. © lc 8-8-46 ; D unp. 
4455. 



56. Roads and our economy. © lc 8- 
8-46 ; D unp. 4456. 

57. Communication and transportation. 
© lc 9-19-46 ; D unp. 4991. 

, ' 58. America's weight in the world's econ- 
omy. © lc 9-19-46 ; D unp. 4992. 

o9. Farm loans under the GI bill of rights. 
© lc 9-19-46 ; D unp. 4993. 

60. Everybody pays taxes. © lc 9-19-46 : 
D unp. 4994. 

61. Shift in population from rural com- 
munity to the city. © lc 9-19-46 ; D unp. 
4995. 

62. Synthetic and natural rubber. © lc 
9-19-46 ; D unp. 4996. 

63. Our newer foreign trade controls. © 
9-19-46 ; D unp. 4997. 

64. Importance of pure science. © lc 
9 r 19-46 ; D unp. 4998. 

65. Cost of juvenile delinquency. © lc 
9-19-46 ; D unp. 4999. 

66. New products and our economy. © lc 
9-19-46 ; D unp. 5000. 

67. Advantage to a local bank of belonging 
to the Federal reserve system. © lc 9—19- 
46 ; D unp. 5001. 

68. Increasing and decreasing our money 
supply. © lc 9-19-46 ; D unp. 5002. 

69. Where the government's money goes. 
© lc 9-19-46 ; D unp. 5003. 

70. Our revolution in export trade. © lc 
9-19-46 : D unp. 5004. 

71. Advice on starting a new business. 
© lc 9-19-46 ; D unp. 5005. 

72. Installment buying. © lc 9-19-46 : 
D unp. 5006. 

73. Foreign loans and our foreign trade. 
© lc 9-19-46 ; D unp. 5007. 

74. Securities. © lc 9-28-46 ; D unp. 
5162. 

75. National income. © lc 9-28-46 ; D 
unp. 5163. 

76. Decentralizing American industry. © 
lc 9-28-46 ; D unp. 5164. 

77. Conservation. © lc 9-28-46 ; D unp. 
5165. 

78. Value of imports. © lc 10-9-46 ; D 
unp. 5248. 

KEHL, Mrs. Gerry. See Kehl, Pearl J. 
KEHL, PEARL J. The tangled web, a play 

in three acts by Mrs. Gerry Kehl. © lc 

8-28-46 ; Pearl J. Kehl, New York ; D unp. 

5386. 
KEITH, KENNETH, pseud. See Hood-Daniel, 

Kenneth Keith. 
KEITH, REGINALD. Emily talks training. 

See Wilding picture productions, inc. 
KEITH, S. Kitchen kwiz, by S. Keith and 

Georgia Jameson. Radio script no. 1. © 

lc 10-16-46 ; S. Keith and Georgiana 

Jameson, Alexandria, Va. ; C 760. 
KELLER, ALVIN J. Displaced person, a 

play in three acts. © lc 11-25-46 ; Alvin 

J. Keller, Los Angeles : D unp. 6257. 
KELLER, LEONARD. Calm as the wind, a 

play in three acts by Leonard Keller and 

Herbert Bailey. © lc 5-8-46 ; Leonard 

Keller, Chicago ; D unp. 2936. 
KELLER, PETER. Operation Jackpot, a 

farce comedy in three acts by Peter Keller, 

Irving Braaf and Herb Steinberg. © lc 

9-19-46 ; Herb Steinberg, Brooklyn ; D unp. 

4963. 
KELLEY, EVELYN C. Lilian's light, a play 

in three acts. © lc 4-6-46, Evelyn C. 

Kelley, Port Washington, N. Y. ; D unp. 

2508. 
KELLEY, JOHN BARTRAM. Tranquility 

Cove, a play in three acts. © lc 10-1-46 ; 

John Bartram Kelley, New York ; D unp. 

5175. 
KELLEY, JOHN THOMAS. The candlestick 

maker, a play in three acts. © lc 6-19—46 ; 

John T. Kelley, Bayside, N. Y. ; D unp. 

3647. 



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KELLEY, LAWRENCE THOMAS. 

Breakfast table quiz : the Jap soldier. 
Radio script. © 1c 4-26-45 ; Lawrence 
Thomas Kelley, Highland Park, Mich. ; C 
939. 

It's a strange world ; or, Strange world. 
(Discovery of S. African diamonds, no. 2-M) 
Radio script. © lc 11-13-46 ; Lawrence 
Thomas Kelley, Detroit ; D unp. 6081. 

KELLEY, MARY SULLIVAN. Seniorella, a 
class day play [in two scenes] Raleigh, 
N. C, Printed by The Graphic press, c 1946. 
24 p. 23 cm. © 1-25-46; 2c 2-13-46; 
Mary Sullivan Kelley, Raleigh, N. C. ; D 
pub. 704. 

KELLEY, MRS. W. O. See Kelley, Mary 
Sullivan. 

KELLY, ERIC PHILBROOK. In clean hay. 
See Piatt, Helen. 

KELLY, GEORGE EDWARD. 

The deep Mrs. Sykes, a play. New York, 
French ; [etc.], 1946. 191 p. front. 19y 2 
cm. © 3-28-46 ; 2c 4-17-46 ; George Kelly, 
New York; D pub. 2670. Prev. reg. The 
great Mrs. Sykes ; 3-5-40 ; D unp. 68847. 

The fatal weakness, a three act comedy. 
© lc 6-16-46 ; George Edward Kelly, New 
York ; D unp. 3639. 

KELLY, HOWARD JOSEPH. The Amps 
creed, adopted by the United States World 
war amputations association, inc., Feb. 22, 
1925. 1 leaf. © lc 2-12-46 ; Howard J. 
Kelly, New York ; C 331. 

KELLY. JACK WALTER. Sweet moan, a 
comedv in three acts. © lc 9—15—46 ; Jack 
Walter Kellv, Springfield, O. ; D unp. 5451. 

KELLY, MARY COSETTE. A guy can dream, 
a play in three acts. © lc 8-19-46 ; Mary 
Kellv, New York ; D unp. 4598. 

KELLY, MOLLIE. Grandma's love seat, a 
comedy in one act. Chicago, Dramatic pub- 
lishing co. [1946] 29 p. 18V 2 cm. © 
10-7-46 ; 2c 10-13-46 ; Dramatic publish- 
ing co., Chicago ; D pub. 5353. 

KELSEY. RUTH WILSON. Where's Julie? 
A one-act comedy for girls. Chicago, Dra- 
matic publishing co. [1946] 23 p. diagrs. 
18% cm. © 9-7-46; 2c 9-9-46; Ruth 
Wilson Kelsey, Wichita, Kan. ; D pub. 4855. 

KEMP, JOHN. Sleeping beauty. See De 
Vries, John. 

KENDALL, JANE, pseud. See Martens, Anne 
Coulter. 

KENDRICK, GLENN. 

Expanding energy theorem. Lecture. 
© lc 7-9-46 ; Glenn Kendrick, Cameron, 
Mo. ; C 588. 

Traetionless propulsion. Address. © lc 
8-12-46 ; Glenn Kendrick, Caiheron, Mo. ; 
C 630. 

KENNEDY, KATHARINE. Deep woods with 
untold dreams, an operetta in three acts. 
Text and music on separate leaves. © lc 
text 5-31-46 : lc music 8-26-46 ; Katharine 
Kennedv, Savannah ; D unp. 1128. 

KENNEDY, MARGARET. Who will remem- 
ber? A play in one act. Chicago, Dra- 
matic publishing co. [1946] 40 p. 18 cm. 
© 10-28-46 ; 2c 11-15-46 ; Margaret Ken- 
nedy, London ; D pub. 6067. 

KENNEDY, MARTIN ALPHONS. The bride 
sleeps alone. (The teen agers) A play in 
three acts. © lc 3-17-46 : Martin A. 
Kennedv, New York ; D unp. 2140. 

KENNEDY. THOMAS J. Your hope chest, a 
radio script by Tom Kennedy. © lc 9—3— 
45 ; Tom Kennedy, New York ; D unp. 4780. 

KENNEDY. TOM. See Kennedy, Thomas J. 

KENNEY, MARIE. 

GI mom. Radio script no. 1-2. © lc 
each 10-19-46 : Marie Kenney, New York ; 
D unp. 5548, 5549. 

Pierre and Petite ; radio script no. 1-2. 
© lc each 9-26-46 ; Marie Kenney, New 
York ; D unp. 5098, 5099. 



KENNY, CHARLES F. With sword and 
song. See Kenny, Nick. 

KENNY, NICK. With sword and song ; book, 
score and lyrics by Nick and Charles 
Kenny. An operetta in two acts based on 
the life of Jean Lafitte, the Louisiana 
pirate. Text only. © lc 3-19-46 ; Nick 
Kenny and Charles F. Kenny, New York ; 
D unp. 2164. 

KENT, LOUISE ANDREWS. He went with 
Marco Polo. See Lockhart, Katharine. 

KENT, MARK, pseud. See Kaser, A. L. 

KENT, PAUL. A taste of peacetime, a one 
act play with songs by Jean Boudin and 
Paul Kent. Text and music on separate 
leaves. © lc 5-27-46 ; Jean Boudin and 
Paul Kent, New York ; D unp. 1053. 

KENT, PRISCILLA. 

The general's wife, a radio play. (Cav- 
alcade of America, Mar. 25, 1946) © lc 
6-11-46 ; E. I. du Pont de Nemours & co., 
Wilmington, Del. ; D unp. 3511. 

My freshman husband, a radio play. 
(Cavalcade of America. June 10, 1946) 
© lc 9-25-46 ; E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
co.. Wilmington, Del. ; D unp. 5044. 

Passport to freedom, a radio play. (Cav- 
alcade of -America, Aug. 26, 1946) © lc 
11-13-46 ; E. I. du Pont de Nemours & CO., 
Wilmington, Del. ; D unp. 5913. 

The star and the sword, a drama with 
music in three acts ; play and lyrics by 
Priscilla Kent, music by Charles Paul. 
Text only. © lc 7-13-46 ; Priscilla Kent 
and Charles Paul, New York ; D unp. 4026. 
The star and the sword, a one-act play, 
with music to be composed. © lc 5—2—46 ; 
Priscilla Kent Wilson, New York ; D unp. 
2863. 

THE KENTUCKY pearl. See Barstock, 
Joseph. 

KERN, MARTIN H. Heavy bombardment. 
See Mott, Grenville. 

KERNAN, PHILIP ALOYSIUS. Going up. 
Radio script. © lc 5-24-46 ; Aloysius Ker- 
nan. Oklahoma City ; C 519. 

KERR, HELEN. Love is a song. See Cald- 
well, Monita. 

KERR, JEAN. Our hearts were young and 
gay, dramatized by Jean Kerr, from the 
book by Cornelia Otis Skinner and Emily 
Kimbrough. A comedy in three acts. Chi- 
cago. Dramatic publishing co. [1946] 135 
p. front., pi., diagrs. 18 cm. © 10-25- 
46 ; 2c 10-31-46 ; Dramatic publishing co., 
Chicago. D pub. 6321. 

KERR, RUSSELL MASTER. 

Mr. Handel on the Thames. (The story 
behind the score, episode 1) Radio script. 
© lc 6-29-46 : Russell Master Kerr, New 
York ; D unp. 3789. 

The wheelwright's son who composed a 
national anthem. (The story behind the 
score, episode 2) Radio script. © lc 8- 
23-46 : Russell Master Kerr, New York ; D 
unp. 4687. 

KERR, WALTER. Stardust, a comedy in 
three acts. Chicago, Dramatic publishing 
co. [1946] 119 p. front., diagr. 18y 2 
cm. "Presented under the title 'Art and 
Prudence' at the Catholic university the- 
atre." © 10-25-46 ; 2c ' 10-31-46 ; Wal- 
tpr Kerr, Washington ; D pub. 5718. 

KERRIGAN, JEFF. Love comes first. See 
Biancardo, Pascal. 

THE KETTLE. See Morris, Agnes L. 

KETTLES and calico. See Theurich, Ora 
Belle. 

KEY to the future. See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 

KEY to the highway. See Smith, J. Augus- 
tus. 

KEYNE, IRENE, pseud. See Kaplan, Irene. 

KEYNE, LAWRENCE L., pseud. See Kap- 
lan, Lawrence L. 



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KEYS of the kingdom. See Lux radio 
theatre. Nov. 19, 1945. 

KEYSER, RUTH FABIAN. Three ring cir- 
cus. Radio script. © lc 8-19-46 ; Ruth 
Fabian Keyser, Salt Lake City ; D unp. 
4622. 

THE KHAN of Teheran. See McCullougn, 
Earl. 

KICKS. OTTO. Murder with orchids, a 
mystery comedy in three acts. New York, 
S. French : [etc.] c 1946. 112 p. diagr. 
IS cm. © 3-22-46 : 2c 0-23-46 ; Samuel 
French. New York ; D pub. 3709. 

KIDDE, ROBERT GRAHAM. She came 
waltzing, a play in three acts by Robert 
Graham [pseud.] and McCrea Imbrie. 
© lc 5-4-40 ; Robert Graham Kidde, New 
York : D imp. 2905. 

A KIDNAP for the Cisco Kid. See The 
Cisco Kid. No. 10. 

KILBOURN, JONATHAN. Keep it clean, a 
new musical comedy in two acts ; book by 
Jonathan Kilbourn and Marvin Sleeper, 
music by H. N. Oliphant, lyrics by H. N. 
Oliphant, Jonathan Kilbourn and Marvin 
Sleeper. Text only. © lc 11-2-46 ; Jon- 
athan Kilbourn and Marvin Sleeper, New 
York ; D unp. 6314. 

KILBRIDE. PERCY. Minus the middle, a 
play in thi »e acts by Percy Kilbride and 
Robert W. Donnelly. © lc 12-1S-46 ; 
Percv Kilbride and Robert W. Donnelly, 
Hollywood : D unp. 6580. 

KILIAN. FRED. Pioneers of progress. See 
Babcock, Alfred Raymond. 

THE KILLER. See Bloeser, Raymond W. 

KILLER CARSON. See The Green Hornet. 
No. 778. 

KILLER, come back to me. See Ruscoll, 
Joseph. 

A KILLER comes home. See The Lone 
Ranser. Nos. 2094-1319, 2095-1320. 

THE KILLER horse. See The Lone Ranger. 
No. 2038-1263. 

THE KILLER on High Cliff road. See The 
Shadow. Sept. 15. 1946. 

KILLIAM, PAUL. Musical clues closet. See 
Yoell, Roland F. 

KILROY is back. See Reynolds, Joseph May- 
nard. 

KILROY is here. See Pike, James Albert. 

KILROY was here. See Adler, Paul F. 

KIM. LAURENCE HOPILL. 

Rose colored world, a play in two acts. 
© lc 3-7-46 ; Laurence Hopill Kim, New 
York ; D unp. 944. 

The sensitive plant, a farce in three acts. 
© lc 9-24—46 ; Laurence Hopill Kim, New 
York ; D unp. 5039. 

KIMBROUGH, EMILY. Our hearts were 
young and gay. See Kerr, Jean. 

THE KINDLY heart. See Randall, Ethel 
Claire. 

KING, AUDREY. Challenge. See Andrews, 
Mrs. Wilson Hope. 

KING. BILLY. 

American handicap. Introductory enter- 
tainment script. 2 leaves. © lc 9-16-46 ; 
Billy King, New York ; D unp. 5699. 

Demonstration of love, a play in two acts. 
© lc 7-8-46, Billy King, New York ; D unp. 
4011. 

Derby day : musical comedv. Text only. 
© lc 1-14-46; Billy King, New York: D 
unp. 726. 

Our country's flag, a military sketch with 
text and lyrics. 3 leaves. © lc 2-10-46 ; 
Billy King, New York : D unp. 614. 

KING, GWENDOLYN NOON. The correction 
of speech defects of bilinguals through 
genuine musical experiences. A lecture on 
a proposed textbook. © lc 5-14-46: 
Gwendolyn Noon King, Nogales, Ariz. ; C 
568. 



KING, JOSEPH S., pseud. See Koenigsberg, 
Joseph S. 

KING, LAURA P. Out of today, a play in 
three acts. © lc 4-6-46 ; Laura P. King, 
New York ; D unp. 3882. 

KING Belshazzar. See General mills, inc. 

KING Belshazzar slain. See General mills, 
inc. 

THE KING Cole cure. See More, Blanche 
Rebecca. 

KING Darius. See General mills, inc. 

KING David. See Lorimer, Morrison Wal- 
lace. 

KING Frog. See Hunt, Madeline. 

THE KING renews faith in Daniel. -See Gen- 
eral mills, inc. 

KING size. See Gibson, Thomas Victor. 

KING Xerxes and the City of Susa. See Gen- 
eral mills, inc. 

THE KINGS of Saranazette. See Pyle, Fran- 
cis Johnson. 

KINGSLEY, FLORENCE MORSE. Veronica. 
See Soderquist, Nelspn. 

KINZIE, JOHN. See Chapman, Ray O. The 
silver man. 

KIRCHER, HELTON AND COLLETT. Wash- 
ington wives. See Land, Herman W. 

KIRCHNER, CLAUDE H. 

- Claude comes a'callin'. Audition script 1. 
© lc 6-16-46 ; Claude H. Kirchner, Chi- 
cago ; C 490. 

Prophetic story. See Janda, George. 

KIRK. ANTHONY. This light and darkness ; 
or, Light and shadow. A play in three acts. 
© lc 4-11-46 ; Anthony Kirk, New York ; 
D unp. 2567. 

KIRKLAND, ALEXANDER. Lady in dan- 
ger. See Afford, Max. 

KIRKPATRICK, JOHN. [Full name: John 
Alexander Kirkpatrick] 

The Dabblers, a one-act farce for six girls. 
New York, French; [etc.] c 1945. 39 p. 
19 cm. © 12-11-45 ; 2c 2-6-46 ; Samuel 
French, New York ; D pub. 580. 

Married at sunrise, a comedy in one act. 
New York, French; [etc.] C 1946. 36 p. 
diagr. 18 ;i / 2 cm. © 1-24-46 ; 2c 4-17-46 : 
Samuel French, New York ; D pub. 2666. 

Remarkable baby, a farce in one act. New 
York. French ; [etc.] c 1945. 42 p. diagr. 
19 cm. © 12-14-45 ; 2c 4-17-46 ; Samuel 
French, New York ; D pub. 2665. 

Soap opera, a farce in one act. New York. 
French; [etc.] c 1945. 36 p. 19 cm. © 
12-11-45 : 2c 2-6-46 ; Samuel French, New 
York ; D pub. 578. 

KIRSCHBAUM, KENNETH JAMES. 

Henrietta, a romantic comedy in three 
acts. © lc 12-14-46 ; Kenneth James 
Kirschbaum, New York ; D unp. 6563. 

Play no. 8, a drama in three acts by James 
Kenneth Konlande [pseud.] © lc 1-1-46 ; 
Kenneth James Kirschbaum, New York ; D 
unp. 79. 

The Sea Gull cafe, a drama in three acts. 
© lc 4-10-46 ; Kenneth James Kirschbaum. 
New York ; D unp. 2621. 

KIRSHBAUM, LOUIS. 

The heavenly uprising, a play in three 
acts by Leonard K. Baum. [pseud.] © lc 
12—10-46 : Louis Kirshbaum, Los Angeles : 
D unp. 6513. 

Out of this world, a play in four scenes 
by Leonard K. Baum [pseud.] © lc 11-20- 
46 : Louis Kirshbaum, Los Angeles ; D unp. 
6049. 

KISKER, GEORGE W. Metro Pigalle. See 
Davis, Charles Twitchell. 

KISS, J. ARCHER. Eternally yours. Address. 
© lc 11-22-46 ; J. Archer Kiss, Chicago : 
C 881. 

A KISS for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco Kid. 

' No. 32. 

KITCHEN kwiz. See Keith. S. 



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KITTY Kearney from Killarney. See George, 

KITTY, Kitty, Kitty. See Swartout, Norman 
Lee. „ ., 

KIVLAN, THOMAS. The funny paper thea- 
tre. Audition script. © lc 2- 19_4 £j 
Thomas Kivlan, Evanston, 111. ; D unp. 7d0. 

KJAER, JENS CHRISTIAN. The word. See 

KJELGAARD, JAMES ARTHUR. Forest pa- 
trol. -See Faulkner, Anne I. 
KLAUSNER, HERMAN W. . 

The academy of the air ! Radio script. 
© lc 4_26-46 ; Herman W. Klausner, Jersey 
Citv ' C 392 

If 'you were the judge on the peoples su- 
preme court. Radio script. © lc 7-14-46 ; 
Herman W. Klausner, Jersey City ; C o87. 
KLEE, LAWRENCE M. 

The doctor, a play in one act. 11 leaveb. 
© 10-21-46; 2c 11-20-46; Lawrence M. 
Klee. New York ; D pub. 6024. 

Meet Harry, a play in one scene. 8 leaves. 
© 11-15-45 ; 2c 1-9-46 ; American theatre 
wing Avar service, inc., New York ; D pub. 

211 

The word. Radio and play script. © 
4-30-46 • 2c 5-4-46 ; Lawrence Klee, New 
York; D'pub. 3016. 

KLEIN, LILLIAN M. Girl of the moment. 
Radio script. © lc 6-28-46 ; Lillian M. 
Klein, Woodmere, N. Y. ; D unp. 3778. 

KLEIN RUTH. One pink Camellia, a play 
in three acts by Ruth Klein and Maxine 
Schlingman. © lc 3-28-46; Ruth Klein 
and Maxine Schlingman, St. Louis ; D unp. 
2279. 

KLENETT, FRANCES. .. . 

Ah men, a musical comedy m two acts 
and six scenes bv Frances Klenett and 
Helen Loring. Text and music on separate 
leaves © lc 11-7-45 ; Frances Klenett 
and Helen Loring, St. Albans, N. Y. ; D 
unp. 1001. J . , 

\.h men, a musical comedy in two acts 
by Frances Klenett and Helen Loring. 
Text and music on separate leaves. © lc 
g_15_46 • Francis Klenett and Helen Lor- 
ing, Jamaica, N. Y. ; D unp. 1112. 

KLINE, EDGAR. , > 

House for sale, a play in one act. © lc 
5-23-46 : Edgar Kline, San Francisco ; D 
unp. 3269. s ,_ i 

The tribe, a play in four scenes. © lc 
5_23-46 ; Edgar Kline, San Francisco ; D 
unp. 3270, 

KLINE, ERMA IRENE. Denise ; or, Violet 
dawn. A dramatic musical in three acts. 
Text and music on separate leaves. © lc 
7-1.1-40 ; Erma Irene Kline, San Leandro, 
Calif. ; D unp. 1069. 

KNAPP, BETTYE. 

Date bait. Boston, Baker s plays ; [etc., 
19461 105 p. diagr. 18% cm. s (Baker's 
royalty plays) © S-9-46 ; 2c 8-15-46; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston ; D pub. 4648. 
The inner Willy, a comedy in three acts. 
Evanston, 111., Row. Peterson; [etc., 1946]' 
76 p. diagr. 20% cm. © 9-13-46 ; 2c 
10-13-46 : Row. Peterson & co., Evanston, 
111. ; D pub. 5482. 

KNAPP, ELISABETH DAY. Out of Naz- 
areth. See Loomis, Amy, Goodhue. 

KNAPP, JACK. The cliffhangers, a new 
play in three acts by Jack Knapp and Rob 
Yerrington. © lc 1-27-46 ; Jack Knapp 
and Rob Yerrington, New York ; D unp. 423. 

KNEPLER. PAUL. Bal musette. See 
Stolz, Robert. 

KNICKERBOCKER'S CHILDREN. See 

Timberg, Herman. 

THE KNIFE THROWERS. See Perry, Jack 
Barked. 



KNIGHT, J. STEPHEN. Father Christmas, 
a one act play. © lc 2—13-46 ; J. Stephen 
Knight, New Haven ; D unp. 670. 

THE KNIGHT and the crystal sphere. See 
Tannenbaum, Samuel Aaron. 

A KNIGHT of Malta. See Howard, Laurence 
Tonie. 

KNIPE, ROBERT. 

Happy holiday, a comedy in three acts 
by Mark Wright [pseud.] Boston, Baker's 
plays; etc. [1946] 70 p. diagr. 19 cm. 
© 8-14-46 ; 2c 8-15-46 ; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston ; D pub. 4807. 

The scarlet hat ; a comedy in three acts by 
Minneapolis, Northwestern press, c 1946. 
80 p. diagrs. 19 cm. © 11-12-46 ; 2c 11- 
13-46; Northwestern press, Minneapolis; 
D pub. 5938. 

The whistling parrot, a comedy in three 
acts by Mark Wright [pseud.] Boston, 
Baker's plays ; [etc., 1946] 63 p. 19 cm. 
© 8-7-46 ; 2c 8-8-46 ; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston : D pub. 4535. 

KNISELY, ARVIN D. Weary Willie de luxe, 
a play in three acts. © lc 4—7—46 ; Arvin 
D. Knisely. Sandusky, O. : D unp. 2533. 

KNITTEL, PAUL WILLIAM, JR. The best 
man's wedding, a play in three acts. © 
lc 7-6-46 ; Paul William Knittel, jr., 
Philadelphia ; D unp. 4108. 

KNOCK on wood. See Flaccus, Kimball. 

THE KNOCKOUT. See Wells, William K. 

A KNOCKOUT for the Cisco Kid. See The 
Cisco Kid. No. 90A. 

KNOLLER, JACOB. Die schlacht im War- 
schauer Ghetto, drama in 5 akten. [n. p.] 
c 1946. 87 1. 28% cm. © 3-10-46 ; lc 
3-20-46 ; lc 5-8-46 ; Jacob Knoller, New 
York ; D pub. 4817. 

THE KNOW how. See Fernald, Alan R. 

KNOW when to talk turkey. See TradeWays, 
inc. 

KNOW your onions. See Goddard, Gladys L. 

KNOW your roses. See Jam Handy organi- 
zation, inc. 

KNOX, BETTY BAUR. Vice versa, a comedy 
in three acts by Betty Baur. © lc 9-28-46 ; 
jw+v Baur Knox, Darien, Conn. ; D unp. 
5160. 

KNOX (JOHN) PRESS. The rock and the 
pit. See McGeachy, D. P. 

KOBB, NATHAN PAUL. Watching the right 
pot. Lecture. © lc 11-27-46 : Nathan 
Paul Kobb, Oakland, Calif. ; C 898. 

KOCH. RICHARD. Time to go home, a musi- 
cal play in two acts adapted from the 
Odyssey of Homer, by Richard Koch and 
Riehard S. Childs : music bv Milton B. Bab- 
bit, lyrics by Milton B. Babbitt, Richard S. 
Childs, and Richard Koch. Text only. © 
1 c 8-31-46 : Richard Koch, Richard Storrs 
Child*. Milton B. Babbitt, New York ; D 
unp. 5521. 

KOENIGSBERG, JOSEPH S. Pilgrims' pride, 
a plav in three acts and six scenes, by 
Joseph S. King [pseud.] © lc 8-7-46; 
Joseph S. Koenigsberg, Brooklyn ; D unp. 
4429. 

KOHINOOR. See Brooks, Frona M. 

KOLBE, MORRIS D. Mr. Srubbickle from 
Chi. a play in three acts. © lc 1—5-46 ; 
Morris D. Kolbe, New York ; D unp. 68. 

KOLSKY, BEBE JUNE. A Capitol fling. See 
Goldstein, Emma. 

KOLSKY, MAURY. A Capitol fling. See 
Goldstein, Emma. 

KOMPANEIZEFF, JACQUES. 

Un ami viendra ce soir, piece en 3 actes, 
de MM. Jacques Companeez et Yvan Noe 
[pseud;] © lc 10-30-45; Jacques Kom- 
pnnelzeff et Jean Noetinger, Paris; D unp. 
629. 

Un ami viendra ce soir, pilce en 3 actes 
de MM. Jacques Companeez et Yvan Noe 



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29, 1946. © lc 



20, 1946. © lc 



[pseud.] © lc 3-7-46 ; Jacques Companeez 
and Yvan Noe, Paris ; D imp. 2710. 
KONER, PAULINE. See Mahler, Pauline 

Koner. , „ 

KONLANDE, JAMES KENNETH, pseud. See 
Kirschbaum, Kenneth James. 

KOPPIN, EUGENE PINGREE. Cleo and the 
clock. Radio script. © lc 6-17-46 ; Eu- 
gene Pingree Koppin, Ypsilanti, Mich. ; D 
unp. 3650. 

KOREAN eagle. See Duckett, Helen. 

THE KORN kobblers kornival. See Sands, 
Alan S. 

KORNEICHUK, ALEXANDER. The front, a 
play in three acts and five scenes by Alex- 
ander Korneichuk, translated from the Rus- 
sian bv Bernard L. Kotem and Zina Voynow. 
(//; Seven Soviet plays, New York, Mac- 
millan, 1946. 21 cm. p. 455-520) © 
1-8-46 ; 2c 4-15-46 ; Macmillan co., New 
York ; D pub. 2705. 

KORN'S-A-KRACKIN'. (Radio program) 

Scripts in this series are by James W. 
Fuson. © Ozarks broadcasting co., inc., 
Springfield, Mo. 

22. Broadcast June 15, -1946. © lc 
6-19-46 ; D unp. 3646. 

23. Broadcast June 22, 1946. © lc 
6-24-46 ; D unp. 3696. 

24. Broadcast June 
6-28-46 ; D unp. 3776. 

25. Broadcast July 6, 1946. © lc 
7-6-46 ; D unp. 3938. 

26. Broadcast July 13, 1946. © lc 
7-15-46 ; D unp. 4068. 

27. Broadcast July 
7-20-46 ; D unp. 4220. 

28. Broadcast July 27, 1946. © lc 
7-31-46 ; D unp. 4330. 

29. Broadcast Aug. 3, 1946. © lc 
8-5-46 ; D unp. 4376. 

30. Broadcast Aug. 10, 1946. © lc 
8-10-46 ; D unp. 4510. 

31. Broadcast Aug. 17, 1946. © lc 
8-21-46 ; D unp. 4627. 

32. Broadcast Aug. 24, 1946. © lc 
9-5-46 ; D unp. 4801. 

33. Broadcast Aug. 31, 1946. © lc 
9-5-46 ; D unp. 4802. 

KORTNER, FRITZ. Best of all worlds, a 
drama in three acts by Fritz Kortner ; 
translation by Fritz Kortner and Edgar 
Barrier. © lc 9-16-46 ; Fritz Kortner, Los 
Angeles ; D unp. 6037. 

KOS'LOW, JULES. The warrior's return, a 
play in three acts. © lc 4-16-46 ; Jules 
Koslow, Los Angeles ; D unp. 2651. 

KOSTER, ERIC. New salvage surgery for 
cancer ; "being notes covering a lecture to be 
eiven at the Berkeley hospital. © lc 9-3- 
46 ; Eric Koster, Berkeley, Calif. ; C 681. 

KOTEM, BERNARD L. The front. See Kor- 
neichuk, Alexander. 

KOZLENKO, WILLIAM. Even as you and I : 
or, Carnival night. A play in three acts. 
© lc 10-29-46 ; William Kozlenko, Los An- 
geles ; D unp. 3223. 

KRAFT FOODS COMPANY. See 
The Great Gildersleeve. 
The Kraft Music hall. 

THE KRAFT MUSIC HALL. (Radio pro- 
gram) Scripts in this series are by J. Wal- 
ter Thompson company. © Kraft foods co., 
Chicago. 

Nov. 22, 1945-Jan. 17. 1946. © lc eacb 

1-25-46 ; D unp. 444-452. , 

Jan. 24, 1946. © lc 2-4-46 ; D unp. 770) 

Jan. 31-Feb. 28, 1946. © lc each 3-11- 

46 ; D unp. 2044-2048. 

Mar. 7-Apr. 4. 1946. © lc each 4-11-46 ; 
D unp. 2569-2573. 

Apr. 11 1946. © 5-18-46 ; D unp. 3218. 
Apr. 18, 1946. © lc 5-18-46 ; D unp. 
3217. 



© lc 11-12-46 ; D unp. 
© lc 11-12-46 ; D unp. 
i lc each 1-12-46; 



lc 12-9-46 ; D unp. 
-9-46 ; D unp. 
See Renker, Gus- 



lc l: 



Apr. 25, 1946. © lc 5-18-46 ; D unp. 
3215. 

May 2, 1946. © lc 5-18-46 ; D unp. 3216, 

Mav 9, 1946. © lc 5-18-46 ; D unp. 3214, 

May 16-June 27, 1946. © lc each 7-8- 
46 : I) unp. 3949-3955. 

July 4-25, 1946. © lc each 8-1-46 ; D> 
unp. 4382-4385. 

Aug. 1-15, 1946. © lc each 8-21-46;- 
D unp. 4693-4695. 

Aug. 22-Sept. 5, 1946. © lc each 9-15- 
46 : D unp. 5361-5363. 

Sept. 12, 1946. © lc 11-12-46 ; D unp. 
6184. 

Sept. 19, 1946. 
618(5. 

Sept. 26, 1946. 
6185. 

Oct. 3-31, 1946. 
D unp. 6187-6191. 

Nov. 7, 1946. © lc 12-9-46 ; D unp. 6618. 

Nov. 14, 1946. © lc 12-9-46 ; D unp. 
6620. 

Nov. 21, 1946. 
6619. 

Nov. 28, 1946. 
6621. 
KRAFTWERK sankt aegyd 

tav. 

KRAMER, ALLEN CORNELL. Clown alley, 
a circus comedy in two acts by Allen ana 
Edward Kramer. © lc 7-7-46 ; Edward 
Jackson Kramer and Allen Cornel Kramer, 
Staten Island, N. Y. ; D unp. 3937. 
KRAMER, EDWARD JACKSON. Clown alley. 

See Kramer, Allen Cornell. 
KRAMER, SEARLE. 

All to the good, a new comedy in three 
acts by Searle Kramer and Philip Dunning. 
© lc 2-2-46 ; Searle Kramer, New York ; 
Philip Dunning, Westport, Conn. ; D unp. 
521. 

Inherit the earth, a comedy in three acts. 
© lc 7-25-46 ; Searle Kramer, New York : 
D unp. 4423. 
KRAMM, JOSEPH. Tomorrow is now, a play 
in three acts. © lc 11-12-46 ; Joseph 
Kramm, New York ; D unp. 5966. 
KRANGEL, IDA. 

In the name of God. a play in three acts, 
eight scenes. © lc 7-18-46 ; Ida Krangel, 
Bronx, N. Y. ; D unp. 4120. 

Muddying clear water, a play in three 
acts. © lc 8-29-46 ; Ida Krangel, New 
York ; D unp. 4732. 
KRASNA, NORMAN. William and Mary, a 
comedy in three acts. © lc 6-30-46 ; Nor- 
man Krasna, Beverly Hills, Calif. ; D unp. 
3794. 
KRAUTTER, ELISA BIALK. Lengthy 
shadow, a play in three acts by Elisabeth 
Martin [pseud.] © lc 3-11-46 : Elisa Bialk 
Krautter, Glencoe, 111. ; D unp. 2004. 
KRESGE (S. S.) AND COMPANY. 

Rebuilding with better training. See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 

Your company. See Jam Handy organ- 
ization, inc. 

Your customer. See Jam Handy organ- 
ization, inc. 

Your job. See Jam Handy organization, 
inc. 

Your store. See Jam Handy organiza- 
tion, inc. 

KRETLOW, ANNE. Naughty? See Kretlow, 
Arthur. 

KRETLOW, ARTHUR. Naughty? A three 
act musical comedy about present day life 
in any large American city, by Arthur and* 
Anne Kretlow. Text and music on separate 
leaves. © lc 7-5—46 ; Arthur Kretlow and 
Anne Kretlow, Coloma, Mich. ; D unp. 1080'. 

KREUTZER sonata, source title. See €ar- 
michael, Joel. The case of Kuragin. 



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KRIEGER, HERMAN JOHN. The blond bass, 
a play in three acts by H. John Cregar. © 
lc 4—12—46 ; Herman John Krieger, Chi- 
cago : D unp. 25G4. 

KRIMSKY, JERROLD. The soft-boiled heart, 
a play in two acts. © lc 9-4-46 ; Jerrold 
Krimsky, New York ; D unp. 4793. 

KROLL, BOBBY. You ... the witness. See 
Havey, Robert W. 

KROLL, FRANCES. 

The iron dog. See Beeston, Louise. 
Sitting pretty. See Beeston, Louise. 

KROTINGER, EDITH. Nothing ventured. 
See Krotinger, Myron. 

KROTINGER. MYRON. Nothing ventured, a 
comedy in three acts by Myron and Edith 
Krotinger. © lc 12-29—45 ; Myron and 
Edith Krotinger, New York ; D unp. 292. 

KRUMSCHMIDT, E. A. You never can tell. 
See Krumschmidt, Elizabeth A. 

KRUMSCHMIDT, ELIZABETH A. You never 
can tell, a comedy in three acts by Lisa 
Osten [pseud.] in collaboration with E. A. 
Krumschmidt. © lc 11-28-46 ; E. A. 
Krumschmidt & Mrs. Elizabeth A. Krum- 
schmidt (Lisa Osten) New York; D unp. 
6412. 

KUCINSKAS, THEODORE. The satan's 
kingdom, a play in three scenes. © lc ' 
5—5—46 ; Theodore Kucinskas, Chicago ; D 
unp. 2996. 

KUDISCH, ROSA. Just people. Radio pro- 
gram, Jan. 4, 1946. © lc 1-5-46 ; Rosa 
Kudisch, Fort Myer, Va. : C 38. 

KUHLENBERG. DOROTHY. The second 
death, an historical fanlasy in two acts. 
© lc 2-6—46 ; Dorothy Kuhlenberg, Brook- 
lyn ; D unp. 576. 

KUHN, FREDERICK ANNEN. He's a good 
neighbor, a musical comedy in two acts ; 
book and lyrics by Frederick and Victoria 
Kuhn. Text only ; music previously regis- 
tered under name of Roberto Sanz. © lc 
9—26-46 : Victoria and Frederick Annen 
Kuhn, Washington ; D unp. 5102. 

KUHN, VICTORIA. He's a good neighbor. 
See Kuhn, Frederick Annen. 

KUMMER, FREDERIC ARNOLD. Courage 
over the Andes. See Nicholson, Anne. 

KUNER, MILDRED CHRISTOPHE. The 
new Alcestis, a comedy in three acts. © lc 
8—24—46 ; Mildred Christophe Kuner, New 
York ; D unp. 4692. 

KUNICKI, HELENE BAKSIS. 

The lady- at Leley Square, a play in three 
acts. © lc 12-14-46 ; Helene Baksis Ku- 
nicki, Arnold, Pa. ; D unp. 6564. 

The pink cameo, a play in three acts, 
© lc 5-3—46 ; Helene Baksis Kunicki, Ar- 
nold. Pa. : D imp. 2945. 

KUNKEL, MARY LYNN. The children speak. 
Radio script. © lc 7-3-46 ; Mary Lynn 
Kunkel, Harrisburg, Pa. ; D unp. 3825. 

KUNSTLER, WILLIAM M. Long distance, a 
fantasy for the radio. © lc 8-22-46 ; Wil- 
liam M. Kunstler, New York ; D unp. 4663. 

KUPFERBERG, HELEN B. Bed-time stories : 
The wooly, wooly lamb, and The little 
"blue" pig. A 5-minute radio program. © 
lc 2-12^6: Helen B. Kupferberg, New 
York: C 161. 

KURLAN, DAVID. 

A duck named Luke. Recording script. 
© lc 8-1-46 ; David Kurlan, New York : D 
unp. 4339. 

Orpheus in Manhattan, a tone poem with 
narration. © lc 11-16-46 ; David Kurlan, 
New York ; D unp. 6070. 

A trip to the zoo, a dramatic composi- 
tion. 7 leaves. © lc 10-16-46; David 
Kurlan. New York ; D unp. 5439. 

KURTZ. C. GORDON. 

Doctor's orders, a comedy in three acts 
by Kurtz Gordon [pseud.] © lc 4-30-46; 
C. ^Gordon Kurtz, New York; D unp. 2830. 



Doctor's orders, a comedy in three acts 
by Kurtz Gordon [pseud.] Boston, Baker's 
plays; [etc., 1946] 130 p. diagr. 19y 3 
cm. © 10-15-46 ; 2c 10-17-46 ; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston ; D pub. 5667. 

KUSELL, DANIEL. Girls will be — ; a play 
in two acts. © lc 8-23-46 ; Daniel Kusell, 
Goshen, Conn. ; D imp. 4685. 

KUSSY, NATHAN. Black hail over New 
York, a play in five acts and an epilogue. 
© lc 9-10-46 ; Nathan Kussy, East Orange, 
N. J. ; D unp. 5359. 

KUTNER, LUIS. The crime-caster, an origi- 
nal radio program. © lc 2-22-46 ; Luis 
Kutner, Chicago ; C 203. 

KUYLER. B. HOWARD 

Burn-d-lite ; radio commercial for Burndy 
engineering company. © lc 12-29-45 ; B. 
Howard Kuyler, New York ; C 4. 

Suntoons ; radio commercial for Oculens 
sun glasses. © lc 12-29-45 ; B. Howard 
Kuyler, New York ; C 3. 



LABOR news review. See Dennis, Albert N. 

LABOR pains. See Munkacsi, Martin. 

THE LABYRINTH. See Brown, Richard 
Walter. 

DAS LACHKRAUTLEIN. See Giirster, Eu- 
gen. 

A LACK of virtue. See Block, Ralph. 

A LADDER to the skies. See Sherman, Alice 
Ella. 

LADER. LAWRENCE. Paul Revere — handy- 
man of liberty. See Exploring the unknown. 
Apr. 21, 1946. 

LADERHANDEL, HARRY ZARJURE. 

Alice in Wonderland, a play in three acts. 
© lc 7-24-46 : Harry Zarjur6 Laderhandel. 
Los Angeles ; D unp. 4183. 

A nickel whistle, a play in one act. © lc 
1-3-46 ; Harry Laderhandel, New York ; D 
unp. 39. 

LADIES, be good. See Smith, Mark Landis. 

LADIES be listenin'. See Averell, William C. 

THE LADIES from Limbo. See Phillips, Irv- 
ing Walter. ' 

LADIES in waiting. See Shayeson, Frances 
Emilie. 

LADIES, is he eligible? See Monroe, Charles 
Henry, jr. 

LADIES must behave. See Sperling, William. 

LADIES of the house. See Azine, Harold. 

THE LADY at Leley Square. See Kunicki, 
Helene Baksis. 

LADY Baltimore. See Stewart, Fred. 

LADY, be careful. See Dickens, Stafford. 

THE LADY from Texas. See Howard, Cy. 

LADY in danger. See Afford, Max. 

LADY in refined boarding-house. See Gordon. 
Sada. 

LADY in Second avenue restaurant. See Gor- 
don, Sada. 

THE LADY in the moon. See Grange, Ina 
Florentine. 

LADY-KILLER. See Campion, Cyril. 

A LADY of valor. See Pontinovitz, Rose K. 

THE LADY said "yes". See Jam Handy or- 
ganization, inc. 

LAFF, HARRY MERRILL. I promise you, a 
play in two acts. © lc 5-7-46 ; Harry Mer- 
rill Laff, Los Angeles : D unp. 2997. 

THE LAFF revue. See Corbett, Lansing. 

LAFF your troubles away. See Loeb, Jack 
Barton. 

LA GUARDIA, FIORELLO H. See Gruwer, 
Vorris.' The rising destitute of humanity. 

LA HINES. VIOLA L. Around Manhattan 
Island. Lecture © lc 7-12-46 ; Viola L. 
La Hines, New York ; C 659. 

LAIGLESIAS, I. G. El coso de la mujer 
os.^sinadifa. See Mihura, Miguel. 

THE LAKE of the swans. See Leatham, 
Janet. 



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Poor Rich- 

3 lc 9-27- 

Altadena, 



script. © 
Dayton, 



LALAU, GEORGES. Monsieur Francois, li- 
bra ire ; piece en 5 actes par Georges Manoir 
[pseud.] © lc 5-8-46; Georges Manoir 
(pseudo. de Georges Lalau), Paris; D unp. 
4204. 

LAMAR, NEDRA NEWKIRK. The diction 
clinic, a play in one act. © lc 12-8-4G : 
Nedra Newkirk Lamar, White Plains, N. Y. ; 
D imp. 6364. 

LAMB, CHARLES. A dissertation upon roast 
pig. See Popular science publishing com- 
pany, inc. 

LAMB, EDDY. Red flannel lads, a comic op- 
eretta circa the flaming seventies in San 
Francisco. © lc 2-15-46 ; Eddy Lamb, San 
Francisco ; D unp. 698. 

LAMPE, HELEN. Melody man, a comedy- 
drama in three acts. © lc 5-21-46, Helen 
Lampe\ New York ; D unp. 3228. 

LAMPELL, MILLARD. Jackhammer song, a 
play in three acts. © lc 9-26-46 ; Millard 
Laiiipell, New York ; D unp. 5105. 

LAMPL, ALBERT A. My relationship to 
Cookie, my granddaughter. See Brylawski, 
Edward. 

LAMPMAN, EVELYN SIBLEY. Ox goad, a 
plav in three acts by Evelyn Sibley and Mar- 
garet Barney. © lc 4-2-46, Evelyn Sibley 
Lampman and Margaret Barney Hatton. 
Portland Ore. ; D uno. 2320. 

LAMSON, PEGGY. Here today, a play in 
three acts. © lc 12-10-46 ; Peggy Lam- 
son, New York ; D unp. 6498. 

LAND, CHARLES THEODORE, 
ard, a comedy in three acts. ({ 
46 ; Charles Theodore Land, 
Calif. ; D unp. 5145. 

LAND. HERMAN W. 

Fan Tan twins say. Radio 
lc 3-27-46 ; Fan Tan gum corp., 
O. ; C 384. 

Washington wives. Radio script. © lc 
7-23-46 ; Kircher, Helton & Collette and 
Mrs. Elizabeth M. Swayzee, Dayton. O. ; 
,C 601. 

LAND 'em at random. See Roberts. Allen. 

THE LAND is bright. See Ferber, Edna. 

THE LAND of terror. See Peoples, Harold 
Lloyd. 

THE LAND of the little red shoes. 
Blackstone, Frances. 

THE LAND of the lost. See Hewson, 
bel Manning. 

THE LANDLADY with rooms to let. 
Hussev. Marv Anne. 

LANDRY, ELLA. Three on a match. 
White. Alfred H. 

A LANDSLIDE for the Cisco Kid. 
Cisco Kid. No. 28A. 

LANE, ALEXANDER E. 

Dangerous rehearsal, a play 
acts. © lc 2-9-46 ; Alexander E. Lane, 
Cleveland ; D unp. 687. 

Pitching curves for love, a play in three 
acts. © lc 9-15-46 ; Alexander E. Lane, 
Cleveland ; D unp. 4916. 

LANE, ARTHUR. Franklin Delano Roose- 
velt, a memorial album in 10 parts. Re- 
cording script. © lc 11-12-46 ; Arthur 
Lane, Staten Island, N. Y. ; D unp. 6112. 

LANE, CHARLES FRANCIS, pseud. See 
Wilson, Ira Bishop. 

LANEY, JOHN CHARLES. The Pasig still 
flows, a play in three acts. © lc 2-14-46 ; 
J. C. Laney. San Francisco ; D unp. 2736. 

LAN FIELD. EUNICE. The Henrys, n Tilay 
in three acts. ©lc 10-28-46 ; Eunice 
Lanfield, New York ; D unp. 5709. 

LANG, DON. On the dark of the moon. 
See, Lockhart, Kattierine. 

LANGHAMMER, JOE H. Swinging with the 
blue stars. Radio script. © lc 3-4-46 ; 
Joe H. Langhammer & associates, Omaha ; 
C 239. 

LANGHAMMER (JOE H.) AND ASSOCI- 



See 
Isa- 

See 
See 



See The 



in three 



See 



AXES. Swinging with the blue stars. 

Langhammer, Joe H. 
LANTERN in the inferno. See The eternal 

light. No. 57. 
LA PEARL, ROY, JR. Educational card 

game, episode 1. Radio script. © lc 11— 

24-46 ; Roy La Pearl, jr., Chicago ; D unp. 

6219. • 
..LA RICCIA, MICHAEL. Man wanted, a 

radio drama. © lc 4-30—46 ; Michael La 

Riecia, Inglewood, Calif. ; D unp. 3419. 
THE LARK will sing again. See Smith, 

Barbara Jean. 
LARKIN, GREG. The Light of the world, 

an allegory in one act. © lc 3-8-46 ; Greg 

Larkin, Arlington, Mass. ; D unp. 2406. 
LARRY MATTHEWS' STRANGE COMPLEX. 

See Sloan, Rebekah. 
LASCELLES, ERNITA. See Ranson, Ernita 

Lascelles. 
LASKOFF, JOAN. Heaven in the hay. See 

Laskoff, Leo L. 
LASKOFF, LEO L. Heaven in the hay, a 

musical comedy in two acts ; book by Leo L. 

Laskoff and Milton Silver, lyrics by Joan 

Laskoff. Text only. © lc 4-3-46 ; Leo L. 

Laskoff, New York ; D unp. 2481. 
LASPEYRES, PIERRE JEAN. Western-idyll, 

piece en trois actes. Paris, Nagel [1945] 

90 p. I8V2 cm. (Collection du theatre con- 

temporain). © 6-30-45; lc 5-2-46; Edi- 
tions Nagel, Paris ; D pub. 3279. 
THE LAST chronicle of Barset, source title. 

See Wheatley, Vera. Scandal at Barchester. 
THE LAST flood. See Silverman, Joseph R. 
THE LAST illusion. See Leight, Bernard 

Bertrand. -^ 

THE LAST laugh. See Challenge of the 

Yukon. No. 405. 
THE LAST man on earth. See Fitzgibbon, 

Ruth. 
THE LAST night. See Winwar, Frances, 
THE LAST of Corporal Micklass. See Peach, 

Lawrence du Garde. 
THE LAST of Oliver Perry. See The Green 

Hornet. No. 744. 
THE LAST of the Mohicans, source title. See 

Barrows, George Edward. The American 

scout Hawkeye, Chingachgook, and Uncas 

in a narrative of 1757. 
LASZLO. MIKLOS. 

No other land, a play in three acts. © 

lc 10-29-46 ; Miklos Laszlo, Long Island 

City, N. Y. ; D unp. 5830. 

Szt. Lazar Patika. Mese egy oreg boltrol, 

harom felvonas, 6s elojatok. Issued also in 

English. Typewritten (carbon copy) © lc 

3-29-46 ; Miklos Laszlo, Long Island City, 

N. Y. ; D unp. 2350. 
LATCHAW, TRULY TROUSDALE. Looks 

begin at forty, a costume monolog. [Sioux 

City. la., Wetmore declamation bureau] 

c 1943. © 9-1-43 ; 2c 6-23-45 ; Wetmore 

declamation bureau, Sioux City, la. ; D pub. 

728 
THE LATE George Apley. See Marquand, 

John Phillips. 
LATIMER, DOROTHY. The undaunted city, 

London, 1940-1945 ; a drama in two acts. 

© lc 3-30-46 ; Dorothy Latimer, London; 

D unp. 2660. 
LATNER, DAVID. Welcome home, a farce- 
comedy in three acts. © lc 6-29-46 ; David 

Latner, Bronx, N. Y. : D unp. 3977. 
LATSHAW, GEORGE TARRANT. 

Bug in a rug, a play for puppets, in four 

acts. © lc 8—25-46 ; George Tarrant Lat- 

shaw, Akron, O. ; D imp. 4701. 

High time. Television script. © lc 

3—12-46 ; George Tarrant Latshaw, Akron, 

O. ; D unp. 2034. 
LAUBENSTEIN, W r ILLIAM J., JR. Hands 

of men, a dramatic comedy in three acts. 

© lc 9—11-46; William J. Laubenstein, jr., 

Hingham, Mass. ; D unp. 4861. 



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LAUFE, A. L. It always works, a comedy 

in one act. Cedar Rapids, la., Heuer, 1946. 

31 p. diagr. 19 cm. © 9-12-46 ; 2c 10-6- 

46 ; Edward K. Heuer Cedar Rapids, la. : 

D Dub. 5212. 
LAUGH and learn. See Follen, Josephine 

P. 
THE LAUGHING Journey. See Lennon, 

Thomas. 
LAUGHING star of Zuni. See Strickland, 

Lily. 
THE LAUGHTER of ladies. See Baxt, 

George Leonard. 
LAUREL Kane. See Berg, Morton. 
LAUREN, PREDDA. Venus and Jeremiah, 

a comedy in three acts by Fredda Lauren, 

Dora Lynn [pseud.] and Haskell Goodman 

[pseud.] © lc 1-29-46 ; Dorothea Lin- 

grell, Trenton, N. Y., Fredda Lauren, St. 

Albans, N. Y., and Herman Goodman, New 

York ; D unp. 418. 
LAURENTS. ARTHUR. 

Heartsong. a play in three acts. © lc 

6-13-46 ; Arthur Laurents, New York ; D 

unp. 3541. 

Home of the brave, a play. Foreword by 

Robert Garland. New York, Random 

house [1946] 167 p. 21cm. ©5-27-46; 

2c 6—7—46 ; Arthur Laurents, New York ; 

D pub. 3554. 
LAUTENSCHLAGER, THURMAN H. Ro- 

miette and Julio, a play in five acts by 

Hooke Ayers [pseud.] © lc 2-3-46 ; 

Thurman H. Lautenschlager, Dayton, O. ; 

D unp. 509. 
LA VANI, LORRAINE. Vacancy. See Gray, 

Isabel McReynolds. 
LAVERY, EMMET. The magnificent Yankee, 

a play in three acts. Revised Oct. 1945. 

Biographical data from a biography by 

Francis Biddle entitled Mr. Justice Holmes. 

© lc 12-17-45 ; Emmet Lavery, Los An- 
gels ; D unp. 559. 
THE LAW wears skirts. See The Lone 

Ranger. 2045-1270. 
LAWMAN pro tern. See The Lone Ranger. 

No. 2085-1310. 
LAWMAN'S honor. See The Lone Ranger. 

No. 2034-1259. 
LAWMAN'S reward. See The Lone Ranger. 

No. 2050-1275. 
LAWRENCE, FREDRICA. Eddie Barker, 

P. A. Fee Lnwrence, Lou. 
LAWRENCE, JAY, pseud. See Hart, Walter. 
LAWRENCE, JEROME. Look. Ma. I'm 

dancin' ! A play in two acts by Jerome 

Lawrence and Robert E. Lpe ; based on a 

story idea by Jerome Robbins. © lc 

11—19—46 ; Jerome Lawrence and Robert 

E. Lee, New York ; D unp. 6011. 
LAWRENCE, LOU. Eddie Barker, P. A. ; a 

comedy in three acts by Lou Lawrence and 

Fredrica Lawrence. © lc 1-16-46 ; Lou 

Lawrence and Fredrica Lawrence, New 

York : D unp. 216. 
LAWRENCE. MARY, pseud. See Martens, 

Anne Coulter. 
LAW'S masquerade. See The Lone Ranger. 

No. 2147-1372. 
THE LAYETTE. See Oscherson, Aflele S. 
LAYTON, STANFORD, pseud. See Levin, 

Stanford Marvin. 
LAZOWICK, LEWIS. Subway Romeo. See 

Mausham. Dora. 
LEA. MARGIE. Market basket. Radio pro- 
gram. April 16 and 23, 1945. © lc each 

6-2-46 : KOTK. Oklahoma City ; C 465, 

C 466. 
LEADERSHIP. See 

Jam Handy organization, inc. 

Titus, Charles Hickman. Politics. 
LEAGUE, ROBIN M. Bachelor of arts. See 

O'Bannon. Eugene E. 
THE LEANING tower. See Reade, Leslie. 
LEAP to the leap, my darling. See Jordan, 

Elizabeth. 



LEATHAM, JANET. The lake of the swans, 
a comedy with a musical background in twe 
acts by Janet Leatham and Vladimir Czerni- 
koff. © lc 7-13-46 ; Leon M. Lion, Hurst- 
pierpoint, Sussex, Eng. ; D unp. 4069. 

LEAVE and let live. See Morris, Michael. 

LEAVE everything to me. See Uren, Bertram 
Thomas. 

LEAVE it to Psmith. See Ford, Montgomery. 

LEAVE it to Virgie. See Hall, Walter Rich- 
ard. 

LEAVE it to Yosel. See Siegel, William. 

LEAVES fall on October. See Maxfield, John. 

LEBRECHT, GRACE, Rumbin galleries. See 
O'Day, Shelley. 

LE DONNE, ANTIONETTE THELA. Navajo : 
or, It's been a long, long time. A play in 
one act. © lc 11—7-45 ; Antoinette Thela 
Le Donne, Grand Rapids ; D unp. 63. 

LEE, CHARLES. Good clean fun. See 
Sands, Alan S. 

LEE, JACKSON. See Lee, Virgil Jackson, 

LEE, JAMES HENDERSON. 

Monday mourning. See Gerstad, John 
Leif. 

The sable's back, a satirical farce in a pro- 
logue and three acts. © lc 6-5-46 ; James 
Henderson Lee, New York ; D unp. 3403. 

LEE, RICHARD EVERETT. The mystery of 
the missing moonstones. © lc 2-28-46 ; 
Richard Everett Lee, Beltsville, Md. : D unp. 
883. 

LEE, ROBERT E. Look, Ma, I'm dancin' ! 
See Lawrence, Jerome. 

LEE, ROWLAND V. Fanfare, a play in two 
acts ; book and lyrics by. Rowland V. Lee, 
music by Albert May Malotte ; based on a 
story by Nicholas Fodor and Nicholas Su- 
ranyi. Text only. © lc 4-22-46 ; Rowland 
V. Lee. Los Angeles ; D unp. 2776. 

LEE, VIRGIL JACKSON, jr. But not for love, 
a farce-comedy in three acts by Jackson Lee. 
© lc 11-7-46 ; Virgil Jackson Lee, jr., New 
York ; D unp. 6317. 

LEEDS. KATHARINE ROYCE'. Club Forum. 
Radio program no. 1. © lc 3-5—46 ; Kath- 
arine Royce Leeds, Easton, Pa. ; C 227. 

LEEDS MUSIC CORPORATION. Punch and 
Judy. See Luther, Frank. 

LEFKOWITZ, ABE. Conscience, a radio play 
© lc 3-10-46 ; Abe Lefkowitz, Mount Ver- 
non, N. Y. : D unp. 2028. 

LEFTOVER ghost. See Fox, Ruth. 

LEGEND from life. See Tuite, Robert Jacob. 

THE LEGEND of Sleepy Hollow. See 
Mann. Gustav E. 

Popular science publishing company, inc. 
Weil, Robert Edward. Sleepy Hollow. 

THE LEGEND of the evening star. See 
Stury. Alfred Frantz. 

A LEGEND of Vienna. See Byng, Edward 
John. 

LEGERE, MARCIA. The glory of children, 
a drama in three acts. © lc 7—19-46 ; 
Marcia Legere, Los Angeles ; D unp. 4176. 

LEGIONAIRE. See Viera, Lillian Jones. 

LEHAR, FRANZ. Wolfie, a musical play in 
two acts ; book and lyrics by Milton Her- 
bert Gropper and Alfred Gruenwald, lyrics 
adapted to music of Franz Lehar. © lc 
6-5—46 ; Milton Herbert Gropper and Al- 
fred Gruenwald. New York ; D unp. 1079. 

LEHMAN, VALERIA R. Return to Bethle- 
hem. Sec Meredith, Isaac Hickman. 

LEHRER, IRVING. Academy award. See 
Pollack, Janice. 

LEIB. SOL. 

Malkelah's chavarte. See Massman, 
Ben. 

Shaindellah, a Jewish American comedy 
in three acts. © lc 1-24-46 ; Sol Leib, 
New Haven ; D unp. 377. 

LEIBOWITZ, Joseph. A child's garden of 
manners. See Niesen, Barney. 



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v. 19, 1946 



LEICHT, RAYMOND W. Cash registering 
made easy. Film script. © lc 4-17-46 ; 
Syndicate store merchandiser, inc., New 
York ■ C 394 

LEIGHT, BERNARD BERTRAND. 

The last illusion, fantasy in two acts. 
© lc 3-20-46 ; Bernard Bertram! Leight, 
New York ; D unp. 2176. 

Take a chance on romance, a play in 
three acts. © lc 12-6-46 ; Bernard B. 
Leigh t, New York ; D imp. 6431. 

LELAND, JOHN CLARK. Junior prom, a 
pantomime in dance form. In one scene. 
© lc 11-7-46: John Clark Leland,, Elms. 
N. Y. ; D unp. 5874. 

LELARGE. ANDRE. 

The heartache of Don Juan. See Gau- 
thier, Robert. 

The ride of hope. -See Leuthreau, Andre. 

LEMEL'S millions. See Cohen, Samuel H. 

LE MON, WARREN JAMES. The Great 
American. See Farrand, Noel Edward. 

LEND-LEASE husband. See Soussanin, 
Nicholas. Harmony at stake. 

LEND me your ears. See Hughes, Edward. 

LENGSFELDER, HANS J. Strictly legit. 
See Fraser, Paula. 

LENGTHY shadow. See Krautter, Elisa 
Bialk. 

LENGYL, MELCHIOR. Apartment X, a 
comedy in three acts. © lc' 5-18-46 ; Mel- 
chior Lengvel, New York ; D unp. 3470. 

LENNON, BETTY ANN BARBER. 

The popcorn tree, a play in three acts 
for children by Betty Ann Barber. San 
Francisco, Lennon publications [1946] 79 
p. 21% cm. © 10-1-46 ; 2c 11-26-46 ; 
John Auzerias Lennon, San Francisco ; D 
pub. 6261. 

Remember always, a play in three acts for 
young ladies by Betty Ann Barber. San 
Francisco, Lennon publications [1946] 78 p. 
illus. 21 cm. © 4-8-46 ; 2c 4-13-46 ; John 
A. Lennon. San Francisco ; D pub. 2601. 

LENNON, JOHN A. 

Carson pass. See Burscough, John. 
Lydia, a comedy in three acts. © lc 12- 
29-46 ; John A. Lennon, Goldston, N. C. : 
D unp. 6669. 

The popcorn tree. See Lennon, Betty 
Ann Barber. ^ 

Remember always. See Lennon, Betty 
Ann Barber. 

LENNON, THOMAS. 

The laughing journey, a play with songF 
and music in three acts and seventeen 
scenes. Based on his novel of the same 
title. Text only. © lc 2-17-46 ; Thomas 
Lennon, Beverly Hills, Calif. ; D unp. 708. 

The laughing journey, a play with song? 
and music, in three acts and seventeen 
scenes. Text only. © lc 3-6-46 ; Thomas 
Lennon, Beverly Hills, Calif. ; new matter : 
revisions ; D unp. 2099. 

LENSKI, LOIS. 

Bayou Suzette. See Lockhart, Katha- 
rine. 

Strawberry girl. See Lockhart. Katha- 
rine. 

LEON, FELIX. 

The Bishop. No. 1, Murder in the base- 
ment. See Dropkin, Louis. 

The Square peg club. See Dropkin, Louis. 

LEONARD, CHARLES, pseud. See Appleton, 
Charles Leonard. 

LEONARD, FLETA. Christmas customs. See 
Grantley, Arthur. 

LEONARD, FRANCIS C. Esther and the 
king, a dramatic composition based on the 
book of Esther in the Bible. 10 leaves. © 
lc 1-8-46 ; Francis C. Leonard, San An- 
tonio ; D unp. 105. 

LEONARD, LYNN. Little Black Sambo, a 
children's play in three acts. © lc 1-10-46 ; 
Madelyn Mary Leonard, Detroit ; D unp. 168. 



LEONARD, MADELYN MARY. Little Black 
Sambo. See Leonard, Lynn. 

LEONARD, P. A. Junior league. See De 
Zevallos, Mary. 

LEONOV, LEONID MAKSIMOVICH. The or- 
chards of Polovchansk, a play in four acts 
by Leonid Leonov ; translated from the Rus- 
sian by J. J. Robbins. (In Seven Soviet 
plays, New York, Macmillan, 1946. 21 cm. 
p. 97-185). © 1-8-46; 2c 4-15-46; John 
Jacob Robbins, Chatham. N. J. : D pub. 2703. 
Prev. reg. 11-25-41 ; D unp. 78383. 

LE PELLEY, GUERNSEY. Love is too much 
trouble, a farce-comedy in three acts. Evan- 
ston, 111., Row, Peterson [1946]. 96 p. 
diagr. 20y 2 cm. © 9-30-46 ; 2c 10-13-46 ; 
Row, Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. ; D pub. 
5480. 

LEPPARD, LOIS. Eclipse, a play in three 
acts by Lois Leppard and Victor Messine. 
© lc 9-9-46 ; Lois Leppard and Victor Mes- 
sine, New York ; D unp. 4868. 

LE QUERREC, YVES. See Mirande, Yves. 

LERNER, EUGENE MORRIS._ Blind mirrors, 
a symphonic fantasy in three acts. © lc 
2-6—46 ; Eugene Morris Lerner, New York ; 
D unp. 534. 

LE ROY, IRVIN, pseud. See Rosenthal, Er- 
win J. 

LESAN, DAVID. The camels are coming, a 
radio play. (Cavalcade of America, Jan. 21, 
1946) © lc 6-7-46; E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & CO., Wilmington, Del. ; D unp. 
3465. 

LESH, CHARLES MOREL AND. Queen Tut. 
Address. © lc 5-28-46 ; Charles Moreland 
Lesh, Pasadena, Calif. ; C 623. 

LESLIE, ALEEN. >A date with Judy, a 
comedy in three acts adapted from the radio 
program of the same name. Dramatic pub- 
lishing co. [1946] 121 p. front, (port.) 
diagrs. 18% cm. Song: "I've got a date 
with Judy" : p. 120-121. © 9-14-46 ; 2c 
9-26-46 ; Aleen Leslie and Jacques Leslie, 
Hollywood ; D pub. 5117. 

LESLIE, JACQUES. A date with Judy. See 

TjPsIip .AIppti 

LESLIE. PHIL. See Fibber McGee and Molly. 

LESSING, NORMAN. Citizen, a play in two 
acts about Haym Salomon and the Ameri- 
can revolution. © lc 12— S— 46 ; Norman 
Lessing, New York ; D unp. 6468. 

LESSONS in lyric diction. See Marshall, 
Madeleine. 

LESSONS of my life. See Bobb, Sydney 
Ralph. 

LEST we forget. See Adelman, Charles S. 

LESTER, BLAINE. See Lester, Raymond 
Blaine. 

LESTER, ELLIOTT. This is my own, a play 
in three acts. © lc 8-13-46 ; Elliott Les- 
ter, Wyncote, Pa. ; D unp. 4513. 

LESTER, RAYMOND BLAINE. 

Crossing the line, an emotional comedy in 
three acts by Blaine Lester. © lc 3-27-46 ; 
Raymond Blaine Lester, Hartford ; D unp. 
2270. 

Only the brave, a post-war drama in four 
acts by Blaine Lester. © lc 3-27-46 ; Ray- 
mond Blaine Lester, Hartford ; D unp. 2271. 

LET me love you. See Adams, Mert. 

LET me say I'm sorry. See Allen, Sarah Lois. 

LET my people go. See Shanker, Sidney 
Morris. 

LET'S forget papa. See Butler, William H. 

THE LET'S get together club. See Herndon, 
Alice Maud Shelby. 

LET'S go sleuthing. See Newton, Dayton O. 

LET'S go to the auction. See Richmond, 
Grant, pseud. 

LET'S play airplane. See Timer, Julia. 

LET'S play Pokerphone. See Allen, Deane S. 

LET'S swap ideas. See Gordoni, Lilla. 

THE LETTER. See The Green Hornet. No. 
746. 



Ill 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. i, n. s. 



A LETTER for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 

Kid. No. 78A. 
A LETTER from Cyprus. See Johnson, Er- 

mane Lowell. 
LETTER from the night. See Heringman, 

Bernard. 
THE LETTER signed in blood. See Bilik, 

Eugene Wyckoff. 
LETTERS from abroad. See Terriss, Tom. 

LEUTHREAU. ANDRE. 

The heartache of Don Juan. See Gauth- 
ier, Robert. 

The ride of hope, from The fantastic tales 
by Hoffmann and the opera by Jules Barbier 
and Jacques Offenbach. Original scenario 
script by Andre Leuthreau. © lc 1-4—46 ; 
Andre Lelarge, New York ; D unp. 553. 

THE LEVEL land. See Piatt, Helen. 

LE VEQUE, EDWARD. El Toro, a motion 
picture script. © lc 6-18—46 : Edward Le 
Veque, Hollywood : D unp. 4424. 

LEVER BROTHERS COMPANY. 

See Aunt Jenny's real life stories. 
Lux radio theatre. 

LEVEY. LAWRENCE. Walk-up, a play in 
three acts. © lc 3-9—46 ; Lawrence Levey, 
New York : D unp. 2027. 

LEVIN, BEATRICE SARAH. Another time, 
a play in three acts. © lc 11-4-46 ; Bea- 
trice Sarah Levin. Brooklyn ; D unp. 6642. 

LEVIN. LOUIS. My first day in the army ; 
or, Recruits' nightmare. Monologue. © lc 
3-7-46 ; Louis Levin, Philadelphia ; C 336. 

LEVIN, STANFORD MARVIN. 

The dreadful impersonation, an original 
screen play by Stanford Lay ton [pseud.] 
© lc 5-26-46 ; Stanford Marvin Levin, 
Hollywood ; D unp. 3284. 

The ghastly frustration of Claude Sharp, 
an original screen play bv Stanford Layton 
[pseud.] © lc 5-26-46; Stanford Marvin 
Levin, Hollywood ; D unp. 32S3. 

LEVINE, ABRAHAM. 

One Sunday evening, a song medley by 
Al Lewin [pseud.] Text only. © lc 3—14- 
46 : Abraham Levine, Liberty. N. Y. ; C 435. 
Quiz kid numbered, a radio script with 
musical background bv A. Will Lewin 
[pseud.] Text only. © lc 2-12-46: Abra- 
ham Levine, Liberty, N. Y. ; D unp. 2763. 

Routine, a dramatic monologue with mu- 
sical background by Al Lewin [pseud.] 
Text only. © lc 2-21-46 : Abraham Levine, 
Liberty, N. Y. ; D unp. 773. 

That house on Fifty-second street, lyrics 
in form of recitation and song delivery style 
with incidental musical background by Al 
Lewin [pseud.] Text only. © lc 2-12-46 ; 
Abraham Levine, Liberty, N. Y. ; D unp. 693. 
The wittew fireman, a monologue by Al 
Lewin [pseud.] © lc 2-12-46; Abraham 
Levine. Liberty, N. Y. : C 395. 

LEVINSON, ARTHUR THEODORE. Shadow 
dance, a play in three acts. © lc 8-27-^16 ; 
Arthur Theodore Levinson, San Francisco ; 
D unp. 4711. 

LEVINSON, BEN. 

Knickerbocker's children. See Timberg, 
Herman. 

The lonely voice, a comedy drama in two 
acts. © lc 12—4-46 ; Ben Levinson, New 
York ; D unp. 6398. 

LEVINSON, JUDITH R. Babes in the woods, 
a playlet in one act, three scenes, prologue, 
epilogue. © lc 3-17-46 ; Judith R. Levin- 
son, Chicago ; D unp. 2549. 

LEVITT, RAY. A song for tomorrow. Radio 
script. © lc 8-7-46 ; Ray Levitt, Brooklyn ; 
D unp. 4451. 

LEVY, BERTRAM P. Poor Mr. Throckmor- 
ton, a mystery play for adults in three acts, 
by Bert Levy ; based on a story by Patrick 
Quentin. © lc 7-15-46 ; Bertram P. Levy, 
Oakland, Calif. ; D unp. 4075. 



LEVY, CHARLES SAMUEL. 

The gap, a play in three acts by Barrie 

Michelle [pseud.] © lc 8-13-46; Charles 

S. Levy, Brooklyn ; D unp. 4497. 

Omelet, the Harlem Hamlet ; a musical 

comedy in two acts. Book and lyrics by 

C. Samuel Levy. Text only. © lc. 1-17-46 ; 

Charles S. Levy, Brooklyn ; D unp. 247. 

Tit for tat ; or, Why, professor. A com- 
edy with music, adapted from the play, 

Tit for tat. Text only. © lc 9-28-46; 

Charles Samuel Levy, Brooklyn ; D unp. 

5141. 
LEVY, LOU. Apple Blossom Drive-in. See 

Albertson, Mabel. 
LEVY. NEWMAN. May it please the court, 

an operetta in three scenes, prologue and 

epilogue. Text and music on separate 

leaves. © lc 3-22—46 ; Newman Lew, New 

York ; D unp. 1040. 
THE LEW LEHR show. See Harvey, Ray. 
LEWELLEN, John B. See Quiz kids. 
LEWERTH, MARGARET. The white haw- 

thorne, a play in three acts. © lc 6—29- 

46 ; Margaret Lewerth, New York ; D unp. 

3791. 
LEWIN, A. WILL, pseud. See Levine, Abra- 
ham. 
LEWIN, AL, pseud. See Levine, Abraham. 
LEWIS. BENJAMIN H. The merchant of 

Venice. See Shakespeare, William. 
LEWIS, ELIZABETH FOREMAN. When 

the typhoon blows. See Piatt, Helen. 
LEWIS, JACK R. Disaster is the tragic 

road to safety. Visual educational film. 

Text and film. © lc 12-3-46 ; Jack R. 

Lewis, Baltimore ; C 943. 
LEWIS, JESSICA. The world is listening 

series. Radio scripts. © Jessica Lewis, 

Long Beach, Calif. 

Dilemma of the Orient. © lc 10-14-46 ; 

D unp. 5421. 

England and her colonies. © lc 10—25- 

46 : D unp. 5946. 

Footsteps through the years. © lc 10- 

14-46 ; D unp. 5417. 

Lincoln's birthday. © lc 8-9-46 ; D 

unp. 5460. 

The man who met the Mayflower. © lc 

10-14-46 ; D unp. 5418. 

Mexican Independence day. © lc 10—14— 

46 : D unp. 5416. 

A million marching men. © lc 10—14— 
46 ; D unp. 5420. 

The wailing wall in Palestine. © lc 

10-14-46 : D unp. 5419. 

Youth searching truth. © lc 10-25-46; 

D unp. 5947. 
LEWIS, JOSEPH W.. jr. What's new? 

Audition script, Dec. 1, 1945. © lc 2-18- 

46 ; Joseph W. Lewis, jr., New York ; C 188. 
LEWIS, LEONARD. Mother Opal Ghand- 

jees, a play in three acts. © lc 10-28-46 ; 

Leonard Lewis. New York ; D unp. 5628. 
LEWIS, OVID B. Julia, a dramatico-musi- 

cal composition in two acts. Text and 

music on separate leaves. © lc 4-18—46 ; 

Ovid Lewis, East Orange, N. J. ; D unp. 

1054. Copyright claimed on book and five 

songs. Other music previously registered. 
THE LIAR. See Peach, Lawrence du Garde. 
THE LIARS. See Sturges, Donald. 
LIBERTY rock. See Zara, Louis. 
LIBERTY tree. See Curtis, Norton Shat- 

tuck. 
LIBOWITZ, LEO. This is it, a play in three 

acts. © lc 12-10-46 ; Leo Libowitz, 

Brooklyn ; D unp. 6499. 
LIBRAIRIE GALLIMARD. 

Les bouches inutiles. See Beauvoir, 

Simone de. 

Theatre de Marcel Achard. See Achard, 

Marcel. 

Les voix. See Bernard, Marc. 



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LICATA. CHARLES J. The hare in the nest, 
a dramatic comedy in three acts. © lc 2- 
23-40 : Charles J. Licata, Flushing, N. Y. ; 
D imp. 841. 

LICHTENBERG, LEO. 

The hunt, audition script, episode no. X, 
by Lee Berg [ pseud. 1 © lc 1-31-46 ; Leo 
Lichtenberg, Jackson Heights, N. Y. ; D unp. 
491. 

Turn the tables, audition script by Lee 
Berg [pseud.] © lc 10-15-46: Leo Lich- 
tenberg. Jackson Heights, N. Y. ; D unp, 
5608. 

LICHTENBERG, WILHELM. Fuersteuap- 
partement. Das charmante gesellschaftslust- 
spiel. 78 leaves. © lc 5-13-46 ; Theater- 
verlas: Reiss, a. g., Basel, Switzerland ; D 
unp. 3424. 

THE LIE. See The eternal light. No. 34. 

THE LIE detector. See Exploring the un- 
known, Dec. 2. 1945. 

LIEBERTHAL, EDWIN MARVIN. Time will 
tell : written for radio. © lc 6-1S-46 ; Ed- 
win Marvin LieberthaL Yonkers, N. Y. ; D 
unp. 3644. 

LIEBESTRAUM. See Stauffer, William Au- 
brey. 

LIEBLICH. GERTRUDE H. Elmer and the 
wise guys. (The Carrington playhouse, ra- 
dio program no. 11). © lc 5-8—46; Ger- 
trude H. Lieblich. Pittsburgh ; D unp. 3006. 

THE LIEUTENANT is S.O.L. See Blair, Har- 
old Raymond. 

LIEUT. Ray Zussman. See Holland, Gerald. 
C. M. H. episode 7. 

LIFE begins at home. See Caveney, Edward 
Webster. % 

LIFE begins at twelve. See Thurschwell, 
Harry T. 

LIFE CAN BE BEAUTIFUL. (Radio pro- 
gram.) Scripts in this series are by Carl 
Bixby and Don Becker. © Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 

1897. Broadcast Dec. 12, 1945. © lc 1- 
20-46 ; D unp. 284. 

1928. Broadcast Jan. 24, 1946. © lc 2- 
8-46 ; D unp. 620. 

1941. Broadcast Feb. 12, 1946. © lc 3- 
10-46 : D unp. 992. 

1960. Broadcast Mar. 11, 1946. © lc 4- 
3-46 ; D unp. 2313. 

1993. Broadcast Apr. 25, 1946. © lc 5- 
26-46 : D unp. 3296. 

2006. Broadcast May 14, 1946. © lc 6- 
18-46 ; D unp. 3669. 

2036. Broadcast June 25, 1946. © lc 7- 
11-46 ; D unp. 3997. 

2051. Broadcast July 16, 1946. © lc 8- 
4-46 ; D unp. 4441. 

2070. Broadcast Aug. 12, 1946. © lc 9- 
19-46 ; D unp. 4939. 

2100. Broadcast Sept. 23, 1946. © lc 
10-15-46 ; D unp. 5413. 

2115. Broadcast Oct. 14, 1946. © lc 11- 
4-46 : D unp. 6033. 

2143. Broadcast Nov. 21, 1946. © lc 12- 
3-46 ; D unp. 6391. 

LIFE in two worlds. See Polke, Hilde. 

LIFE is dangerous. See Meeter, Leonard. 

LIFE is worth living. See Rivas, Dagoberto. 
Ode to madness. 

LIFE o' the party. See Payton, Donald. 

LIFE of Cellini. See Brooks, Charles Benton. 

THE LIFE of Charles Proteus Steinmetz. See 
Thompson, Helene Nevada. 

THE LIFE OF RILEY. (Radio program.) 
Scripts in this series are by Irving Brecher. 
© Irving Brecher, Hollywood. 

10. Broadcast Nov. 10, 1945. © lc 11- 
19^15 ; D unp. 9. 

11. Broadcast Nov. 17, 1945. © lc 11- 
22-45 ; D unp. 179. 

12. Broadcast Nov. 24, 1945. © lc 12- 
4-45 ; D unp. 126. 



13. Broadcast Dec. 1, 1945. 
10-45 ; D unp. 82. 

14. Broadcast Dec. 8, 1945. 
15-45 ; D unp. 81. 

16. Broadcast Dec. 22, 1945. 
46 ; D unp. 36. 

17. Broadcast Dec. 29, 1945. 
46 ; D unp. 74. 

18. Broadcast Jan. 5, 1946. ($ 
46 ; D unp. 181. 

19. Broadcast Jan. 12, 1946. 
18-46 ; D unp. 262. 

20. Broadcast Jan. 19, 1946. 
25-46 ; D unp. 392. 

21. Broadcast Jan. 26, 1946. 
46 ; D unp. 513. 

v 22. Broadcast Feb. 2, 1946. 
46 ; D unp. 669. 

23. Broadcast Feb. 9, 1946. « 
46 ; D unp. 741. 

24. Broadcast Feb. 16, 1946. 
23-46 ; D unp. 833. 

25. Broadcast Feb. 23, 1946. 
46 ; D unp. 929. • 

26. Broadcast Mar. 2, 1946. 
46 ; D unp. 2005. 

27. Broadcast Mar. 9, 1946. « 
46 ; D unp. 2161. 

28. Broadcast Mar. 16, 1946. 
24-46 ; D unp. 2269. 

29. Broadcast Mar. 23, 1946. 
30-46 ; D unp. 2299. 

30. Broadcast Mar. 30, 1946. 
46 ; D unp. 2483. 

31. Broadcast Apr. 6, 1946. « 
46 : D unp. 2678. 

32. Broadcast Apr. 13, 1946. 
19-46 ; D unp. 2733. 

33. Broadcast Apr. 20, 1946. 
46 : D unp. 29S4. 

34. Broadcast Apr. 27, 1946. 
46 ; D unp. 2981. 

35. Broadcast May 4, 1946. 
10-46 ; D unp. 3039. 

36. Broadcast May 11, 1946. 
19-46 ; D unp. 3229. 

37. Broadcast May 18, 1946. 
27-46 : D unp. 3322. 

38. Broadcast May 25, 1946. 
46 ; D unp. 3366. 

39. Broadcast June 1, 1946. <i 
46 ; D unp. 3495. 

40. Broadcast June 8, 1946. (j 
46 ; D unp. 3645. 

41. Broadcast June 15, 1946. 
23-46 ; D unp. 3743. 

42. Broadcast June 22, 1946. 
46 ; D unp. 3832. 

43. Broadcast June 29, 1946. 
46 ; D unp. 3933. 

44. Broadcast July 6, 1946. (L 
46 ; D unp. 4081. 

B-l. Broadcast Sept. 7, 1946. ( 
17-46 ; D unp. 4944. 

B-2. Broadcast Sept. 14, 1946 
9-20-46 ; D unp. 5025. 

B-3. Broadcast Sept. 21, 1946. 
9-29-46 ; D unp. 5176. 

B-4. Broadcast Sept. 28, 1946. 
10-4-46 ; D unp. 5206. 

B-5. Broadcast Oct. 5, 1946. (g 
11-46 ; D unp. 5285. 

B-6. Broadcast Oct. 12, 1946. <£ 
22-46 ; D unp. 5576. 

B-7. Broadcast Oct. 19, 1946. C 
27-46 ; D unp. 5681. 

B-8. Broadcast Oct. 26, 1946. 
11-5-46 ; D unp. 5836. 

B-9. Broadcast Nov. 2, 1946. C 
19-46 ; D unp. 5993. 

B-10. Broadcast Nov. 9, 1946. 
11-19-46 ; D unp. 6013. 

B-ll. Broadcast Nov. 16, 1946. 
12-5-46 ; D unp. 6420. 



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THE LIFE OF RILEY — Continued. 

B-12. Broadcast Nov. 23, 1946. © lc 

12-5-46 ; D unp. 6422. 

B-13. Broadcast Nov. 30, 1946. © lc 

12-6-46 ; D unp. 6428. 

B-14. Broadcast Dec. 7, 1946. © lc 

12-16-46 ; D unp. 6579. 
LIFE of the party. See Hayes, Marrijane. 
LIFE presents to you whatever you ask from 

it. See Solem. Carol. 
LIFE the monstrous, love the merciless. See 
Stessin, Terence Trofimoff. 
THE LIFE we live. See Gaines, Harris B., 

jr. 
LIFE with Bobby Six. See Payton, Donald, 
LIFE'S second part. See Rosenthal, Erwin J. 
LIGHT, MARY DANIS. By special delivery, 

a new audience participation radio show. 

© lc 7-2-46 ; Mary Danis Light, New 

York ; C 574. 
THE LIGHT. See Schwenk, John Andrew. 
LIGHT and shadow. See Kirk, Anthony. 

This light and darkness. 
LIGHT dawns. See Estaver, Lillian Mar- 
guerite Moore. 
LIGHT imagery of opaque objects. See 

Graham, Walter C. 
THE LIGHT in our eyes. See Beer, Gustave. 
THE LIGHT of Candor Valley. See Rudolph, 

Bert A. 
THE LIGHT of morning. See Wallsten, 

Robert. 
LIGHT of the world. See 

General mills, inc. 

Larkin, Greg. 
THE LIGHT on Slane. See Phillips, John J. 

The blessing of Banba. 
THE LIGHTED window. See Cowley-Brown. 

Sara. 
LIGHTING that moves merchandise. See 

Jam Handy organization, inc. 
LIGHTLY row. See Severance, Paul, 
LIGHTNER, ALICE. The ballad of Nicky. 

See Hoather, Winifred G. 
LIGHTNING elixir. See Binder, Brammer. 
LIGHTS out. See Garrigus, Frederick. 

You're on the air. 
LIKE one of the family. See Smith, Royall 

Geor°*e 
LILIAN'S light. See Kelley, Evelyn C. 
LILIEN Wald. See ThCeternal light. No. 52. 
LILIOM, source title. See Rodgers, Richard. 

Carousel. 
LILLIAN'S house. See Cole, Martin J. 
LILY of the Mohawks. See McNeil, Emma 

Kelly. 
LINCOLN. See Borkon, Louis Yale. 
LINCOLN'S birthday. See Lewis, Jessica. 

The world is listening series. 
LINDA. Sec Maisel. Fred E. 
LINDQUIST, JOHN FREDERICK. They 

called him Jesus Christ, a script for radio. 

© 1 c 3-5-46 : John Frederick Lindquist, 

Minneapolis : D unp. 2260. 
LINDSAY, DONALD. May I ask why? A 

play in one act. © lc 9-17-46 ; Donald 

Lir.dsav, Shaker Heights, O. ; D unp. 4927. 
LINDSAY, HOWARD. State of the union, a 

comedy by Howard Lindsay and Russel 

Crouse. with a foreword by Thomas L. Stokes. 

New York, Random House [1946] 226 p. 

front., plates. 21 cm. © 4-16-46 : 2c 

4-4-46 : Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse, 

New York ; D unp. 2807. 
LINDSEY, SANDRA. Grandad meets a pal, 

a farce-comedy in three acts. Cedar Rapids, 

la.. Heuer, ^1946. 100 p. diagr. 19 cm. 

© 9-12-46 : 2c 10-10-46 ; Edward I. Heuer, 

Cedar Rapids, la. ; D pub. 5262. 
THE LINE between. See Tuite, Robert Jacob. 

Legend from life. 
A LINE for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco Kid. 

No. 126A. 
THE LINE is dead. See Murder at midnight. 

No. 23. 



THE LINE riders and the Cisco Kid. See 

The Cisco Kid. No. 92A. 
LINGRELL. DOROTHEA. Venus and Jere- 
miah. See Lauren, Fredda. 
THE LINKED triangles. See Hoben, Alice M. 
LINXWEILER, ALMA LOUISE. Nothin' like 
it ! A farce in three acts. © lc 6-6—46 ; 
Alma Louise Linxweiler, Dayton, O. ; D 
unp. 3450. 
LION, LEON M. 

The lake of the swans. See Leatham, 
Janet. 

Portrait of Paulette. See Savage-Graham, 
Edith. 
THE LION for president. See Weldon, Mar- 
tin. 

A LION for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 
Kid. No. 61A. 

LIPPMAN, SIDNEY. One born every minute, 
a comedy with music ; book by Sidney Lipp- 
man and Sylvia Dee, music by Sidney Lipp- 
man, lyrics by Sylvia Dee. Text and music 
on separate leaves. © lc 8-1-46 ; Sidney 
Lippman and Sylvia Dee, New York ; D unp. 
1081. 

LIPS that touch liquor shall never touch 
mine ! See Tiller, Ted. Ten nights in a 
bar-room. 

LIPSCHUTZ, PAUL. Olga Pagoda, a play in 
three acts. © lc 11-17-46 ; Paul Lipschutz, 
New York ; D unp. 5973. 

LIPTON, GEORGE. 

Bettv the butterfly. Recording script. 
© lc 10-24-46 ; George Lipton, New York ; 
D unp. 5601. 

Peter the Pollywog who didn't like water. 
Recording script. © lc 10-24-46 ; George 
Lipton, New York; E> unp. 5600. 

Wads worth Walrus the third. Recording 
script. © lc 10-24-46 ; George Lipton, 
New York ; D unp. 5599. . 

The wizard of Camelot. Recording script. 
© lc 10-24-46 ; George Lipton, New York ; 
D unp. 5602. 

LIQUID dynamite. See Albyn, Genevieve N. 
Private stock. 

LISS, EMILE. Tenting tonight. See Kan- 
tor, MacKinlay. 

LISS, JOSEPH. Maxie on the merry-go- 
round ; radio script by Joseph Liss and Ethel 
Deckelman. © lc 9-6-46; Joseph Liss and 
Ethel Deckelman, New York ; D unp. 4820. 

LISTEN, ladies. See Brady, Betty. 

LISTEN to Skeets. See Eisenbach, Robert. 

LISTEN to the wind. See Peavey, Harris.. 

LITTLE, L. MAPPIN. Portrait of Paulette. 
See Savage-Graham, Edith. 

LITTLE Black Sambo. See 

Caton, Dorothy Webber. Special-day 
plays and flashlight fun. 
Leonard, Lynn. 

LITTLE Black Sambo and the twins. See 
Bannerman, Helen. -,,.-, 

LITTLE Bostick. See Busfield, Roger Melvil, 
jr. 

LITTLE brown jug. See Baumer, Marie 
Elizabeth. ^ «,. f. 

THE LITTLE carpenter. See Dr. Christian. 
No. 369. „ _ . 

LITTLE Dolly Dollars. See George, Charles. 

LITTLE Don. See Clark, Paul Winthrop. 

A LITTLE for the bottle. See Whiteman, 
Martyn Coleman. " „ 

THE LITTLE gold chair. See Smith, Charles 

LITTLE green apples. See North, John. 
LITTLE Herman. See The Sheriff. No. 86. 
A LITTLE honey. See Davidson, William F. 
LITTLE Johnny Higgins. See The Lone 

Ranger. No. 2152-1377. 
A LITTLE like Lincoln. See Marks; Leonard. 
A LITTLE lower than the angels. See Hall, 

Walter Richard. 
LITTLE men U need in your menu. See 

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THE LITTLE Ming horses. See Grace, Vir- 
ginia Pauline. 

LITTLE Miss Flatfoot. -See Holcomb, H. 
Lawrence. 

LITTLE Miss Somebody. See Martens, Anne 
Coulter. 

THE LITTLE oracle. See Inwood. Helen. 

THE LITTLE parson. See The Lone Ranger. 
No. 2126-1351. 

LITTLE plays from big authors. See Prov- 
ence, Jean. 

THE LITTLE Red Hen. See Glass, Everett. 

LITTLE soul. -See EeL^, George. 

LITTLE theatre goes to our town. See Silver- 
stone, Isadore Joseph. 

LITTLE white house. See Lockwood, Ann 
Trippe. 

THE LITTLE white mouse. See Reynolds, 
Alice P. Miss Tiverton writes another play. 

THE LITTLE woman. See Weinstein, Morris. 

THE LITTLEST angel. See Tazewell, 
Charles. 

THE LITTLEST artist. See Bennett, Ro- 
wena Bastin. Six holiday plays. 

LIVE life and love. See Williams, Payne, II. 

LIVE wire. See Dr. Christian. No. 386. 

THE LIVING dead. See Murder at midnight. 
No. 49. 

THE LIVING head. See The Shadow, Feb. 
10, 1946. 

A LIVING, pulsating factor for Loudoun 
county . . . See Fletcher, Nellie O. 

THE LIVING strong box. See Berr, Georges. 
Le coffre-fort vivant. 

LIVINGSTON HUNT, pseud. Friday at five, 
a comedy in three acts. [Livingston Hunt 
pseud, of Ruth and Doris Livingston Hunt] 
© lc 10-5-46 ; Ruth Livingston Hunt and 
Doris Livingston Hunt, New York ; D unp. 
5882. 

LIVINGSTON HUNT, DORIS. For works 
written in collaboration with Ruth Liv- 
ingston Hunt See Livingston Hunt, pseud. 

LIVINGSTON HUNT, RUTH. For works 
written in collaboration with Doris Living- 
ston Hunt See Livingston Hunt, pseud. 

LIZ Nash — Dude ranch. See Hill Gene 
Renouf. 

LIZA Trotter. See Benz, George Hamilton. 

LLEWELLYN, LEWIS. The Graybar team. 
See Flory, John. 

LLOYD, JOHN. 

The prettiest song in the world. 
See Stein, Joseph. 

Silk purse. 
See Anton, Nina. 

LLOYD, MARION. Through a glass, a play 
in three acts. © lc 6-1-46 ; Marion Lloyd, 
Beverlv Hills, Calif. : D unp. 3347. 

LOADS of love — Helen. See Thomas, Helen. 

LOANS to foreign countries. See Keeping up 
with the Wigglesworths. No. 24. 

LOCAL color. See Schoenwetter, Sydney. 

LOCAL to place. See Stessin, Terenthy Trof- 
inioff. 

LOCAL vocal yokel. See Burdette, Gene. 
Luck o' the Irish, no. 2. 

LOCICERO, Anthony ; Saucier, Andrew ; 
Wong, Andrew, d.b.a. Artists guild produc- 
tions. See Artists Guild productions. 

LOCKER room. See Holladay, Virginia Van 
Sant. 

LOCKHART, EUNICE CHAPIN. 

Examples in 'orchestration' to show : 
Change of scene with bridge music ; Lapse 
of time with bridge music [etc.] Radio 
- skits. © lc 11-13-45 : Eunice Chapin Lock- 
hart, Rochester, N. Y. : D unp. 6312. 

Examples in 'sound effects' to demon- 
strate ; Setting the stage ; Substituting for 
movement of characters [etc.] Radio skits. 
© lc 11-13-45 ; Eunice Chapin Lockhart, 
Rochester, N. Y. ; D unp. 6313. 



Her first client, Aunt Carrie. Radio 
script. © lc 11-13-45 : Eunice Chapin 
Lockhart, Rochester, N. Y. ; C 945. 

Home your palace ; interior decorating ra- 
dio program, episode 6, Sept. 20, 1945. 
© lc 11-13-45 ; Eunice Chapin Lockhart, 
Rochester, N. Y. ; C 138. 

W. A. C. musical spot, Aug. 3, 1945. Epi- 
sode 6. © lc 11-13-45 ; Eunice Chapin 
Lockhart, Rochester, N. Y. ; D unp. 607. 
LOCKHART, Mrs. GEORGE D. See Lockhart, 

Katharine. 
LOCKHART, KATHARINE. 

Bayou Suzette, dramatic adaptation for 
radio of the book of the same name by Lois 
Lenski. (Books bring adventure) © lc 
9-25-46 ; Katharine Lockhart, Pittsburgh ; 
D unp. 5056. 

Books bring adventure. Radio program. 
Dramatic adaptations in this series by Kath- 
arine Lockhart are listed under their in- 
dividual titles. 

Boy knight of Reims, dramatic adapta- 
tion for radio of the book of the same name 
by Eloise Lownsbery. (Books bring adven- 
ture) © lc 9-25-46 ; Katharine Lockhart, 
Pittsburgh; D unp. 5078. 

Copper-toed boots, dramatic adaptation 
for radio of the book of the same name by 
Marguerite De Angeli. (Books bring adven- 
ture) © lc 9-25-46; Katharine Lockhart, 
Pittsburgh ; D unp. 5066. 

Downright Dencey, dramatic adaptation 
for radio of the book of the same name by 
Caroline Dale Snedeker. (Books bring ad- 
venture) © lc 9-25-46; Katharine Lock- 
hart, Pittsburgh ; D unp. 5065. 

He went with Marco Polo, dramatic adap- 
tation for radio of the book of the same 
name by Louise Andrews Kent. (Books 
bring adventure) © lc 9-25-46 ; Katharine 
Lockhart, Pittsburgh ; D unp. 5064. 

Homer Price, a dramatic adaptation for 
radio by Elizabeth Parrack and Katharine 
Lockhart of the -book of the same name by 
Robert McCloskey. (Books bring adven- 
ture) © lc 9-25-46 ; Elizabeth Parrack and 
Katharine Lockhart, Pittsburgh ; D unp. 
5073. 

Master Skylark, dramatic adaptation for 
radio of the book of the same name by John 
Bennett. (Books bring adventure) © lc 
9-25-46 ; Katharine Lockhart, Pittsburgh ; 
D unp. 5063. 

Mischief in fez, dramatic adaptation for 
radio of the book of the same name by 
Eleanor Hoffmann. (Books bring adven- 
ture) © lc 9-25-46: Katharine Lockhart, 
Pittsburgh ; D unp. 5059. 

Mocha the Djuka, dramatic adaptation for 
radio of the book of the same name by 
Frances Fullerton Neilson. (Books bring 
adventure) © lc 9-25-46 ; Katharine Lock- 
hart, Pittsburgh ; D unp. 5060. 

On the dark of the moon, dramatic adapta- 
tion for radio of the book of the same name 
by Don Lang. (Books bring adventure) 
© lc 9-25-46 ; Katharine Lockhart, Pitts- 
burgh ; D unp. 5061. 

Spurs for Antonia, dramatic adaptation 
for radio of the book of the same name by 
Katherine Eyre. (Books bring adventure) 
© lc 9-25-46 ; Katharine Lockhart, Pitts- 
burgh ; D unp. 5058. 

Strawberry girl, dramatic adaptation for 
radio of the book of the same name by Lois 
Lenski. (Books bring adventure) © lc 9— 
25-46; Katharine Lockhart, Pittsburgh; D 
unp. 5057. 

Three and a pigeon, dramatic adaptation 
for radio of the book of the same name by 
Kitty Barne. (Books bring adventure) © 
lc 9-25-46 ; Katharine Lockhart, Pitts- 
burgh ; D unp. 5062. 



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LOCKOUT 1946. See Hawkins, Ross. 
LOGKWOOD, ANN TRIPPE. Little white 
house, a play in two acts. © lc 4-18-46 ; 
Ann Trippe Loekwood, Kansas City, Mo. ; 
D unp. 2717. 
THE LOCUST years. See Reber, Frank B., jr. 
LOEB, JACK BARTON. 

Court of special gripes. See Turner, E. 
Alfred. 

Laff your troubles away, first radio pro- 
gram script, by Jack Barton Loeb and E. 
Alfred Turner. © lc 9-12-46 ; Jack Barton 
Loeb, New York ; D unp. 4877. 

Paging all chumps, first radio program 
script, by Jack Barton Loeb and E. Alfred 
Turner. © lc 7-27-46 ; Jack Barton Loeb, 
New York ; D unp. 5448. 
LOGAL, NELSON W. It is not lawful, a play 
in five acts. © lc 2-17-46; Nelson W. 
Logal, Buffalo; D unp. 712. 
LOHR, THOMAS FREDERICK. Wait for 
me, baby ; a comedy of life in a German 
prisoner-of-war camp. In two acts. © lc 
12-15-46 ; Thomas Frederick Lohr, Lincoln 
Park, N. J. ; D unp. 6598. 
LOMASK, MILTON. Love sits a'spinning, an 
idyl in three acts by Milton Lomask and 
Whitford Kane. © lc 7-13-46 ; Milton Lo- 
mask and Whitford Kane, New York ; D unp. 
4015. 
LONDON, PEGGY. 

Gertie goes "plain," a comedy in two acts, 
six scenes. New York, French ; [etc:] c 1945. 
68 p. diagr. 19 cm. © 11-9-45 : 2c 
2-6-46 ; Samuel French, New York ; D pub. 
585. 

Youth and consequences, a comedy in 
two acts. New York, French; [etc.] cl945. 
32 p. 19 cm. © 12-11-45 ; 2c 2-6-46 ; 
Samuel French, New York ; D pub. 579. 
LONDON, SASCHA. Mind your own busi- 
ness. See Wilson, Allen. 
LONDON premiere. See Cruger, Paul. 
LONE RANGER, INC. See The Lone Ranger. 
THE LONE RANGER. (Radio program). 
Scripts in this series © Lone Ranger, inc., 
Detroit. Broadcast three times a week, 
Dec. 12, 1945-Jan. 1, 1947. 

2011-1236. The fire god, by Trendle- 
Green. © lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 366. 

2012-1237. The man who came back, by 
Trendle-Striker. © lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 367. 
203 3-1238. Beyond good and evil, by 
Trendle-Green. © lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 368. 
2014-1239. By weight of numbers, by 
Trendle-Striker. © lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 369. 
2015-1240. The evil one, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 370. 

2016-1241. Music cue, by Trendle-Green. 
© lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 371. 

2017-1242. Rushville sheriff, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 372. 

2018-1243. Officer in charge, bv Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 328. 

2019-1244. Black sheep, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 329. 

2020-1245. South of the Border, by 
Trendle-Striker. © lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 
330. 

2021-1246. Food hoarder, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 331. 

2022-1247. Willie One-note, by Trendle- 
Green. © lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 332. 

2023-1248. Thunder and Clarabelle, by 
Trendle-Striker. © lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 333. 
2024-1249. White horses, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 334. 

2025-1250. Chicken and dumplings, by 
Trendle-Green. © lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 335. 
2026-1251. Nesters and Clarabelle, by 
Trendle-Striker. © lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 336. 
2027-1252. Boomerang scheme, by 
Trendle-Striker. © lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 337. 
2028-1253. The Gold King, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 338. 



2029-1254. The man on top, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 1-24-46 ; D unp. 339. 

1230—1255. Outlaw's gold, chap. 1, by 
Trendle-Green. © lc 4-5-46 ; D unp. 2475. 
2031-1256. Outlaw's gold, chap. 2, by 
Trendle-Green. © lc 4-5-46 ; D unp. 2476. 
2032-1257. State's witness, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 4-5-46 ; D unp. 2477. 

2033-1258. Solid citizen, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 4-5-46 : D unp. 2478. 

2034—1259. Lawman's honor, bv Trendle- 
Green. © lc 4-5-46 ; D unp. 2479. 

2035-1260. Big brother, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 4-5-46 ; D unp. 2480. 

2036-1261. Help wanted, by Trendle- 
Green. © lc 4-5-46 ; D unp. 2463. 

2037-1262. /Dude's downfall, bv Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 4-5-46 ; D unp. 2464. 

2038-1263. The killer horse, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 4-5-46 ; D unp. 2465. 

2039-1264. Mother Carey, by Trendle- 
Beattie. © lc 4-5-46 ; D unp. 2466. 

2040-1265. Durgee gang, by Trendle- 
Smits. © lc 4-5-46 ; D unp. 2467. 

2041-1266. Indian's son, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 4-5-46 ; D unp. 2468. 

2042-1267. Tainted grubstake, by Tren- 
dle-Striker. © lc 4-5-46 ; D unp. 2448. 

2043-1268. The Trojan horse, by Trendle- 
Green. © lc 4-5-46 ; D unp. 2449. 

2044-1269. Sister Susie, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 4-5-46 ; D unp. 2450. 

2045-1270. The law wears skirts, by 
Trendle-Green. © lc 4-5-46 ; D unp. 2451. 
2046-1271. Christopher King, by Tren- 
dle-Green. © lc 4-5-46 ; D unp. 2452. 

2047-1272. Camelback trail, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 4-5-46 ; D unp. 2453. 

2048-1273. Doc's second chance, by 
Trendle-Striker. © lc 4-5-46 : D unp. 2454. 
2049-1274. Follow the lilacs, by Trendle- 
Green. © lc 4-5-46 ; D unp. 2455. 

2050-1275. Lawman's reward, by Tren- 
dle-Siegrist. © lc 4-5-46 ; D unp. 2456. 

2051-1276. Thunder signs offhand, by 
Trendle-Striker. © lc 5-3-46 ; D unp. 
2910. 

2052-1277. Hot lead and cold type, by 
Trendle-Green. © lc 5-3-46 ; unp. 2911. 

2053-1278. Special stage, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 5-3-46 ; D unp. 2912. 

2054-1279. Wet cattle, by Trendle-Green. 
© lc 5-3-46 ; D unp. 2913. 

2055-1280. The White Phantom, by 
Trendle-Green. © lc 5-3-46 ; D unp. 2914. 
2056-1281. Eureka, by Trendle-Striker. 
© lc 5-3-46 ; D unp. 3733. 

2057-1282. Banker's swan song, by 
Trendle-Striker. © lc 5-3-46 ; D unp. 2915. 
2058-1283. Order restored, by Trendle- 
Siegrist. © lc 5-3-46 ; D unp. 2916. 

2059-1284. Father's reward, by Trendle- 
Siegrist. © lc 5-3-46 ; D unp. 2917. 

2060-1285. Fighting men, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 5-3-46 ; D unp. 2918. 

2061-1286. The sleeping man, by Baker 
and Striker. © lc 5-3-46 ; D unp. 5619. 

2062-1287. Shep, by Trendle-Green. © 
lc 5-3-46 ; D unp. 2919. 

2063-1288. Sultan's return, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 5-3-46 ; D unp. 2920. 

2064-1289. For of such is the kingdom, 
by Trendle-Beattie. © lc 5-3-46; D unp. 
2921. 

2065-1290. Drum of We-oh-pa, by Tren- 
dle-Striker. © lc 5-3-46 ; D unp. 2922. 

2066-1291. Piutes revenge, by Trendle- 
Goldsteins-Striker. © lc 5-3-46; D unp. 
3734. 

2067-1292. Concord contest, by Trendle- 
Green. © lc 5-3-46 ; D unp. 2923. 

2068-1293. Buried rails, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 5-3-46 ; D unp. 2924. 



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2069-1294. Chicamoo Joe. by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 5-3-46 ; D unp. 2925. 

2070-1295. Adventure at Eagle Pass, by 
Trendle-Beattie. © lc 5-3-46 : D imp. 2926. 

2071-1296. The Bakerville gazette, by 
Trendle-Siegrist. © lc 5-3-46 ; D unp. 
2927. 

2072-1297. The Crimson Prophet, by 
Trendle-Striker. © lc 5-15-46 ; D unp. 
3074. 

2073-1298. The Crimson Prophet — part 
two, by Trendle-Striker. © lc 5-15-46; D 
unp. 3075. 

2074-1299. Spirit valley by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 5-15-46; D unp. 3076. 

2075-1300. Honest debts, by Trendle- 
Green. © lc 5-15-46 : D unp. 3077. 

2076-1301. The Weasel, by Trendle- 
Siegrist. © lc 5-15-46 : D unp. 3065. 

2077-1302. The Black Hood, by Trendle- 
Green. © lc 5-15-46 ; D unp. 3066. 

2078-1303. Fear, bv Trendle-Green. © 
lc 5-15-46 ; D unp. 3067. 

2079-1304. North star, by Trendle- 
Green. © lc 5-15-46 : D unp. 3068. 

2080-1305. The ranger and the bull-whip, 
bv Trendle-Siegrist. © lc 5-15-46 ; D unp. 
3084. 

2081-1306. The cabin at Rocky moun- 
tain, by Trendle-Beattie. © lc 5-15-46 ; D 
unp. 3085. 

2082-1307. Judy and the champ, by 
Trendle-Siegrist. © lc 5-15-46 ; D unp. 
3086. 

2083-1308. Empty saddles, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 5-15-46': D unp. 30S7. 

2084-1309. The silk neckerchief, by 
Trendle-Beattie. © lc 5-15-46 ; D unp. 
3088. 

2085-1310. Lawman pro tern, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 5-30-46 ; D unp. 3385. 

2086-1311. The saddle, by Trendle- 
Siegrist. © lc 5-30-46 ; D unp. 3376. 

2087-1312. Dry-gulcher, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 5-30-46 ; D unp. 3377. 

2088-1313. The Trigger Kid's nemesis, 
bv Trendle-Siegrist. © lc 5-30-46 : D unp. 
3378. 

2089-1314. Greater than fear, bv Tren- 
dler-Striker. © lc 5-30-46 ; D unp. 3379. 

2090-1315. Boomergang frame-up, by 
Trendle-Striker. © lc 5-30-46 ; D unp. 
3380 

2091-1316. Lucy's locket, by Trendle- 
Green. © lc 5-30-46 ; D unp. 3381. 

2092-1317. Murder man, bv Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 6-10-46 ; D unp. 3488. 

2093-1318. The parrot and the sea-doc, 
by Trendle-Siegrist. © lc 6-10-46 ; D unp. 
3489. 

2094-1319. A killer comes home, part 1, 
by Trendle-Green. © lc 7-12-46 : D unp. 
4028. 

2095—1320. A killer comes home, part 2, 
by Trendle-Green. © lc 7-12-46 : D unp. 
4029. 

2096-1321. Charlie's justice, bv Trendle- 
Siegrist. © lc 7-12-46 ; D unp. 4030. 

2097-1322. Evening in Deadwood. by 
Trendle-Dougall. © lc 7-12-46 : D unp. 
4031. 

2098-1323. Uncle Barnaby. bv Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 7-12-46 ; D unp. 4032. 

2099-1324. Dead man's justice, bv Tren- 
dlevGreen. © lc 7-12-46 ; D unp. 4033. 

2100-1325. Dispatch case, bv Trendle- 
Stryker. © lc 7-12-46 ; D unn. 4034. 

2101-1326. The hidden hand, by Trendle- 
Green. © lc 7-12-46 ; D unp. 4035. 

2102-1327. Dawn hanging, bv Trendle- 
Dougall. © lc 7-12-46 ; D unp. 4036. 

2103-1328. Food shortage, "bv Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 7-12-46 ; D unp. 4037. 



2104-1329. Weight in gold, by Trendle- 
Merrill. © lc 7-12-46 ; D unp. 4038. 

2105-1330. Town marshal!, by Trendies 
Green. © lc 7-12-46 ; D unp. 4039 

2106-1331. Drouth and death, by Tren- 
dle-Green. © lc 7-12-46 ; D unp. 4040 

2107-1332. The right-of-way, by Tren- 
dle-Beattie. © lc 7-12-46 ; D unp. 4041 

2108-1333. Barking dog, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 7-25-46 ; D unp. 4227. 

2109-1334. Judge of men, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 7-25-46 ; D unp. 4226. 

2110-1335. Twice accused, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 7-25-46 ; D unp. 4225. 

2111-1336. Jane Walters' promise, by 
Trendle-Beattie. © lc 7-25-46 ; D unp. 
4237. 

2112-1337. Quitters, by Trendle-Striker. 
© lc 7-25-46 ; D unp. 4236. 

2113-1338. Clash of wills, bv Trendle- 
Dougall. © lc 7-25-46 ; D unp. 4235. 

2114-1339. Scene of the crime, by Tren- 
dle-Beattie. © lc 8-2-46 ; D unp. 4353. 

2115-1340. Homesteads on the range, by 
Trendle-Dougall. © lc 8-2-46 ; D unp. 
4354. 

2116-1341. Rainy day, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 8-2-46 ;. D unp. 4355. 

2117-1342. Too much law, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 8-2-46 ; D unp. 4356. 

2118-1343. Imposter, by Trendle-Striker. 
© lc 8-2-46 ; D unp. 4357. 

2119-1344. The western way, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 8-2-46 ; D unp. 4358. 

2120-1345. Stubborn man, bv Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 8-2-46 ; D unp. 4359. 

2121-1346. The welcome guest, by 
Trendle-Dougal. © lc 9-19-46 ; D unp. 
5130. 

2122-1347. The cross-roads, by Trendle- 
Merrill. © lc 9-19-46 ; D unp. 5131. 

2123-1348. Four friends, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 9-19-46 ; D unp. 5132. 

2124-1349. Long drought, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 9-19-46 ; D unp. 5133. 

2125-1350. New marshall, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 9-19-46 ; D unp. 5134. 

2126-1351. The little parson, by Trendle- 
Beattie. © lc 9-19-46 ; D unp. 5135. 

2127-1352. Bank guard, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 9-19-46 ; D unp. 5121. 

2128-1353. Property rights, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 9-19-46 ; D unp. 5122. 

2lZ0-lh54. Wolf hunters, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 9-19-46 ; D unp. 5123. 

2130-1355. Silver lode, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 9-19-46 ; D unp. 5124. 

2131-1356. Many-cave mountain, by 

Trendle-Striker. © lc 9-19-46 ; D unp. 
5125. 

2132-1357. Angry ranger, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 9-19-46 ; D unp. 5126. 

2133-1358. Wagons west, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 9-19-46 D unp. 5127. 

2134-1359. The old lady who smoked, by 
Trendle-Merrill. © lc 9-19-46 ; D unp. 
5128." 

2135-1360. Trail to danger, by Trendle- 
Beattie. © lc 9-19-46 ; D unp. 5129. 

2136-1361. Death in the tunnel, by 
Trendle-Striker. © lc 10-6-46 ; D um>. 
5306. 

2137-1362. Devil's deputy, bv Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 11-3-46 : D unp. 5773. 

2138-1363. Mad dog, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 11-3-46 ; D unp. 5774. 

2189-1364. Windy Hanks, by Trendle- 
Beattie. © lc 10-20-46; D unp. 5557. 

2140-1365. Five dollar bill, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 10-20-46 ; D unp. 5558. 

2141-1366. Death in the vallev, by 
Trendle-Merrill. © lc 10-20-46 ; D unp. 
5559. 



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THE LONE RANGER — Continued. 

2142-1367. When duty calls, Dy Trendle- 
Beattie. © lc 10-20-46 ; D unp. 5560. 

2143-1368. The homecoming, by Tren- 
dle-Beattie. © lc 11-3-46 ; D unp. 5781. 

2144-1369. Old Jeb's choice, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 11-3-46; D unp. 5782. 

2145-13/0. Girl from the East, oy Tren- 
dle-Striker. © lc 11-3-46 ; D unp. 5783. 

2146-1371. Poetic justice, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 11-3-46 ; D unp. 5784. 

2147-1372,* Law's masquerade, by Tren- 
dle-Striker. '© lc 11-3-46 ; 1) unp. 5785. 

2148-1373. Victory over tear, by Tren- 
dle-Merill. © lc 11-3-46 ; D unp. 5786. 

2149-1374. Two old men, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 11-3-46; D unp. 5787. 

2150-1375. Old Tex, by Trenclle-Striker. 
© lc 11-3-46 ; D unp. 5788. 

2151-1376. Trail boss, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 11-3-46 ; D unp. 5789. 

2152-1377. Little Johnny Higgins, by 
Trendle-Beattie. © lc 11-3-46 ; D. unp. 
5790. 

2153-1378. Masked deputy, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 11-3-46 ; D unp. 5791. 

2154-1379. Rustler trap, Oy Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 11-3-46 ; D unp. 5792. 

2155-1380. Soldier son. by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 11-3-46 ; D unp. 5793. 

2156-1381. Jim Miller's return, by 
Trendle-Beattie. © lc 11-7-46 ; D unp. 

5863. 

2157-1382. Hopeful Hank, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 11-7-46 ; D unp. 5864. 

2158-1383. A friend in need, by Trendle- 
Beattie. © lc 11-7-46 : D unp. 5865. 

2159-1384. The newcomer, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 11-27-46 : D unp. 6248. 

2160-1385. Old Poncho, by Trendle- 
Merrill. © lc 11-27-46 : D unp. 6249. 

2161-1386. Perfect alibi, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 11-27-46 ; D unp. 6246. 

2162-1387. Valley of death, by Trendle- 
Beattie. © lc 11-27-46 ; D unp. 6247. 

2163-1388. The silver claw, by Trendle- 
Beattie. © lc 12-11-46 ; D unp. 6471. 

2164-1389. Border patrol, by Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 12-11-46 : D unp. 6472. 

2165-1390. Friend in need, by Trpndle- 
Striker. © lc 12-11-46 : D unp. 6503. 

2166-1391. Brave man, bv Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 12-11-46 ; D unp. 6504. 

2167-1392. The gentleman from London, 
bv Trendle-Beattie. © lc 12-11-46 ; D unp. 
6505. 

2168-1393. Johnnie's claim, bv Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 12-11-46 ; D unp. 6506. 

2169-1394. Claimant of the Lazv D, by 
Trpndle-Striker. © lc 12-11-46 : D unp. 
6507. 

2170-1395. Help by wire, bv Trendle- 
Striker. © lc 12-11-46 : D unp. 6508. 

2171-1396. Quicksand point, bv Tren- 
dle-Beattie. © lc 12-29-46 : D unp. 6677. 

2172-1397. Outlaw masquerade, by 
Trpndle-Beattie. © lc 12-29-46 ; D unp. 
6678. 

2173-1398. Bells of San Pedro, by Tren- 
dle-Striker. © lc 12-29-46; D unp. 6679. 

2174-1399. Bobby Johnson, bv Trendle- 
Merrill. © lc 12-29-46 ; D. unp. 6680. 

2175-1400. Canvon trail, bv Trpndle- 
Striker. © lc 12-29-46 : D unp. 6681. 

2176-1401. Wild horse round-up, by 
Trpndle-Striker. © lc 12-29-46 : D unp. 
6682. 
THE LONE rover. -See Petracca, Joseph R. 
LONE Star. See Wick. Otto. 
THE LONELY voice. See Levinson, Ben. 
LONESOME road. See McGehee, Charles 

White. 
LONG, ESSIE LEE. The Christ way, a pag- 
eant by Mrs. Essie Long, with assistance in 
compiling and arranging technical details 



by Mrs. Mary B. Prince and Miss Algerita 
W. Jackson. © lc 2-23-46 ; Essie Lee Long, 
Tulsa, Okl. ; D unp. 857. 

LONG, GABRIELLE MARGARET VERE 
CAMPBELL. The golden violet. See Tur- 
ney, Catherine. 

LONG, NONA. See Smyth, Nona Long. 

LONG, SARA LISTON. Love me, love my 
dog ; for primary children. Dayton, O., 
Paine [1946] 16 p. 18 cm. © 9-6-46; 2c 
9-8-46 : Paine publishing co., Dayton, O., 
D pub. 4884. 

LONG, WILLIAM J. The human race, a com- 
edy in three acts by W. J. Long. © lc 
2-13-46 : William J. Long, Columbus, O. ; 
D unp. 673. 

LONG distance. See Kunstler, William M. 

LONG drought. See The Lone Ranger. 
No. 2124-1349. 

LONG Fall canyon. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. No. 408. 

THE LONG lost brother. See Webb, Morley. 
The lost brother. 

THE LONG road. -See Blake. William Dorsev. 

A LONG shot for the Cisco Kid. See The 
Cisco Kid. No. 86A. 

THE LONG stay cut short. See Williams, 
Tennessee. 

LONG upon the land. See Gerson. Noel B. 

A LONG wait for the Cisco Kid. -See The 
Cisco Kid. No. 83A. 

LONGFELLOW. HENRY WADSWORTH. 
The courtship of Miles Standish. See Pop- 
ular science publishing company, inc. 

LONGFELLOW, MARY ELIZABETH. The 
Christmas guest ; lyrics by Constance D'Arcy 
Mackay. music by Mary Longfellow. © lc 
12-12-45 : Mary Elizabeth Longfellow, 
Macksburg, O. ; D unp. 1010. 

LONG0, LUIGI. Gesft nella passione, in due 
tempi : adattazione sui Vangeli. Roma, 
Tipografia consorzio nazionale, 1942. 132 
p. 26% cm. © 8-28-42 : lc 11-9-45 ; Luigi 
Longo, Rome ; D pub. 6262. 

LONGSHOT. -See Merling, Howard. 

LONGWORTH, ROBERT ALLEN, pseud. -See 
Steele. Allen. 

LONSDALE. FREDERICK. But for the grace 
of God ! A play in two acts. © lc 3-12-46 ; 
Frederick Lonsdale, New York ; D unp. 
2108. 

LOOK, Ma, I'm dancin' ! -See Lawrence, 
Jerome. 

LOOK me in the eye. -See Vaughey, Andrew. 

LOOK to the lady. See Bonney, Joseph L. 

LOOKS begin at forty. -See Latchaw, Truly 
Trousdale. 

LOOMIS. AMY GOODHUE. Out of Nazareth, 
a dramatic worship service by Amy Goodhue 
Loomis and Elisabeth Day Knapp. New 
York, Friendship press [1946] 23 p. 23 
cm. © 6-26-46: 2c 7-13-46: Friendship 
press, inc.. New York : D pub. 4042. 

LOONEY. JAY FRANCES. By any other name. 
See Elias. George S. 

Reflections. See Elias, George S. 

A LOOSE nut in the living machine. -See Dr. 
Christian. No. 411. 

LORCA. FEDERICO GARCIA. The house of 
Bernarda Alba, a drama of women in the 
villages of Spain, by Federico Garcia Lorca, 
translated by Federico G. Gil and Kai Jur- 
gensen. In three acts. © lc 7-24-46 ; Kai 
Olaf Heibersr-Jurgensen and Federico Gui- 
llprmo Gil, Chapel Hill, N. C. : D unp. 4273. 

LORD, WILLIAM. Murder when it rains. 
-See Warner. John. 

LORD. INC. -See 

David Harding — counterspy. 

Gang busters. 

Policewoman : Mary Sullivan, detective. 

THE LORD'S harvest. -See Pope. Anthony. 

LORELEI. -See Dr. Christian. No. 409. 

LORENZ. ELLEN JANE. The story of Christ- 
mas according to Scripture, a Christmas 



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WALLACE. King 
ff. A one act play. 



* choir cantata for mixed voices (S. A. T. B.) 
supplemented, if desired, by a three-part 
treble (S. S. A.) hymn choir. Text selected 
and music composed by Ellen Jane Lorenz. 
Dayton, Lorenz ; [etc.] c 1946. 64 p. 26% 
cm. With piano accompaniment. Applica- 
tion author : Lorenz publishing co., em- 
plover for hire of Ellen Jane Lorenz. © 
7-15-46 ; 2c 9-21-46 ; Lorenz publishing co., 
Davton, O. ; D pub. 1107. 

LORENZ. PUBLISHING COMPANY. 

The Child of prophecy. See Wilson, Ira 
Bishop. 

The childhood of Jesus. See Dollefeld, 
Mrs. Fred. 

The chorus in the skies. See Wilson, Ira 
Bishop. 

Christmas at the Trailer Camp. See Wil- 
son, Ira Bishop. 

Christmas bells. See Nolte, Roy E. 
His day of triumph. See Rosemon, 
Mabel J. 

The story of Christmas according to 
scripture. See Lorenz, Ellen Jane. 

The town of Bethlehem. See Wilson, Ira 
Bishop. 

LORENZEN. RONALD. A by-line for St. 
Luke, a Christmas play in one act. Chicago, 
Dramatic publishing co. [1946] 22 p. 18% 
cm. © 8-2-46 ; 2c 8-8-46 ; Ronald Loren- 
zen, Davenport, la. ; D pub. 4490. 

LORENZINI, CARLO. Le avventure di 
Pinocchio, source title. See Stone, Dorothy 
Davton. Pinocchio. 

LORIMER, MORRISON 
David, I Samuel 16 : 1 

© lc 1-11-46 ; Morrison Wallace Lorimer, 
New York ; D unp. 547. 

LORING, HELEN. Ah, men. See Klenett, 
Frances. 

LORTZING, ALBERT. The poacher ; or, The 
voice of nature. Comic opera in three acts 
by Albert Lortzing ; English translation by 
Bayard Quincy Morgan. Text only. © lc 
7-20-46 ; Bayard Quincy Morgan. Stan- 
ford University, Calif. ; D unp. 4845. 

LOS ANGELES' city high school district. See 
Los Angeles citv school district. 

LOS ANGELES CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT. 
Course in conversational Spanish as recorded 
on 32 recordings. © lc 2-10-46 ; Los 
Angeles city school district and Los Angeles 
citv high school district, Los Angeles ; C 
348. 

LOSERS — winners. See Spivack, Irving T. 

LOSHAK, LOUIS' ALLAN. 

Daddy's girl, a play in three acts, eight 
scenes. © lc 4-2-46 ; Louis Allan Loshak, 
Woodside, N. Y. J D unp. 2851. 

LOSIN, HARRY I. The sword and the lute, 
an original drama in three acts, nine scenes. 
© lc 5-5-46 ; Harry I. Losin, Brooklyn ; 
D unp. 2980. 

A LOSS for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 
Kid. No. 123A. 

LOSSES are like the wind. See Jam Handy 
organization, inc. 

LOST ! A reputation ! See Campbell, Ethel- 
may Sfaorey. 

LOST and found. See Bourke, James L. 

LOST brother. See 
The Sheriff. No. 94. 
Webb, Morley. 

THE LOST Christmas. See Barrett, Rho. 

THE LOST city. See Dowell, George Bren- 
dan. 

THE LOST girl and the Cisco Kid. See The 
Cisco Kid. No. 77A. 

THE LOST hoosegow. See The Sheriff. 
81. 

LOST illusion. See Schubert, Bernard 

LOST Monday. See Cleveland, James. 

THE LOST soul. See Finkelstein, Celia 

LOST wings. See Jaffe, Helene Platova. 



No. 

S. 



LOTAR, PETR. Die wahrheit seigt, schau- 

spiel zwischen zwei weltkriegen. [Olten, 

Genossenschafts-druckerei, c 1942] 80 p. 

2iy 2 cm. © lc 5-27-46; Theaterverlag 

Reiss a. g., Basel, Switzerland ; D unp. 

3738. 
LOTS of room. See Phaneuf, Raymond F. 
LOUIS of Orleans. See Howe, Lyn P. 
LOUNSBERRY, FRED. Moderns of the moon, 

an original screenplay. © lc 5-8-46 ; Fred 

Lounsberry, Williamsville, N. Y. ; D unp. 

2938. 
LE LOUP-GAROU. See Vitrac, Roger. 
LOVE affair. See Cohen, Elliot J. 
LOVE among the machines. See Schonhard, 

Rose. Revolt against the machine. 
LOVE among the ruins. See Middlebrook, 

Douglas Percival. 
LOVE and learn. See Swaim, Hugh Glenn. 
THE LOVE bug. See Dr. Christian. No. 393. 
LOVE comes first. See Biancardo, Pascal. 
A LOVE dream. See Benatzky, Ralph. 
THE LOVE gambit. See Houk, Robert Van 

Aken. 
LOVE goes to press. See Gellhorn, Martha. 
LOVE, here is my heart. See Natapoff, 

Samuel. 
LOVE hits Wilbur. See Payton, Donald. 
LOVE in a Quonset. See Therriault, Emer- 
son Morrill. 
LOVE in the snow. See Shubert, Jacob J. 
LOVE is a nuisance. See Showers, Paul. 
LOVE is a patron. See Merrell, Marion 

Calkins. 
LOVE is a song. See Caldwell, Monita. 
LOVE is an accident. See Daniels, Ferris. 
LOVE is more than that. See Greenhill, Sara. 
LOVE is the thing. See Webb, Marjorie. 
LOVE is too much trouble. See Le Pelley, 

Guernsey. 
LOVE letters. See Warwick, Howard. 
LOVE letters and love songs of yesterday and 

today. See Edwards, Lee. 
LOVE me, love my dog. See Long, Sara Lis- 

ton. 
THE LOVE of Oscar. See Smith, Susan Jes- 
sie. 
LOVE on a porch. See Feith, Erwin Peter. 

Sauerkraut-seeds. 
LOVE sacrifice. See Celesti, John. Miracle 

of love. 
LOVE seats and suites. See Schillinger, Eu- 
gene. 
LOVE sits a'spinning. See Lomask, Milton. 
LOVELACE, John Haywood. 

Elmer the pearl diver. Radio script. © 

lc 4-18-46 ; John Haywood Lovelace, New 

York; D unp. 2822. 

Holiday for Cupid. Radio script. © lc 

4-18-46 ; John Haywood Lovelace, New 

York ; D. unp. 2823. 

Jabez. Radio script. © lc 4-18-46 ; 

John Haywood Lovelace, New York ; D unp. 

2821. 

Prairie woman. Radio script. © lc 4— 

18-46 ; John Haywood Lovelace, New York ; 

D unp. 2820. 
LOVETTE'S destiny. See Wedeman, Erna. 
LOVETTE'S life-line. See Wedeman, Erna. 

Lovette's destiny. 
LOVING. BOYCE. Alice in Blunderland, a 

comedy of youthful errors in three acts. 

© lc 1-27-46 ; Boyce Loving, Alexandria, 

Va. ; D unp. 428. 
LOWE. CHARLES F. Honolulu. See 

Hughes, David C. 
LOWE, JOSEPH. The dawn's early light, a 

dramatic radio series written and produced 

by the Lowe agency. © lc 11-16-46 ; Lowe 

aeencv, Hollywood : D unp. 5978. 
LOWE. K. ELMO. For dear life. See Wise, 

Elizabeth. 
LOWE, LESLIE. See Davies, Leslie Owen. 
LOWE AGENCY. The dawn's early light. 

See Lowe, Joseph. 



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LOWELL, WILLIAM, pseud. See Cramer, 

Bomar. 
LOWELL Thomas meets the premier. See 

Wilding picture productions, inc. 
LOWENTHAL, Jean Arthur. From failing 

hands, a play in two acts. © lc 5-9-46 ; 

Jean Arthur Lowenthal, Clarksville, Del. ; 

D unp. 2989. 
LOWMAN (KATHARINE C.) COMPANY. 
Follow our star. See Dasher, June Low- 
man, v 

A welcome to the worthy grand matron 

and visiting chapters. See Railsbach, 

Berniece. 
LOWNSBERY, ELOISE. 

Boy knight of Reims. See Lockhart, 

Katharine. 

Gift of the forest. See Wolfe, Jeanette. 
LOWNSBURY, LUKE. Teacher's pet, a 

schoolroom comedy in one act. New York, 

French. c 1946. 36 p. diagr. 19 cm. 

© 7-25-46 ; 2c 12-18-46 ; Samuel French, 

New York ; D pub. 6688. 
LOWTHER, GEORGE FRANCIS. 

The cathedral, a one-act play for Easter. 

New York, French; [etc.] c 1946. 16 p. 

diagr. 19 cm. © 3-8-46 ; 2c 4-17-46 ; 

Samuel French, New York ; D pub. 2664. 
The submarine, a one-act drama. New 

York, French; [etc.] c 1946. 17 p. illus. 

19 cm. © 3-8-46 ; 2c 4-17-46 ; Samuel 

French, New York ; D pub. 2663. 
LOY, THOMAS. Something on the ball, a new 

American comedy in three acts. © lc 

10-13-46 ; Tom Loy, New York ; D unp. 

5334 
LOYAL ORDER OF BISONS, INC. The 

ritual. © lc 7-15-46 ; Loyal order of 

Bisons, inc., Huntington, W. Va. ; C 582. 
LOZIER, A. A. Hasten the day, a drama in 

three acts. © lc 3-10-46 ; A. A. Lozier, 

Oakland, Calif. : D unp. 2025. 
LUBELL. BENNETT. Morning is a daily 

affair, a play in five parts. Parts one and 

two only. © lc 12-20-46; Bennett Lubell, 

Brooklyn ; D unp. 6643. 
LUBOV. TANIA. Those were the days, a 

comedy in three acts. © lc 10-22-46 ; 

Tania Lubov. New York ; D unp. 5552. 
LUBRICATING pressed-metal production 

machinery. See Meyer, Arthur E. 
LUC, J. BERNARD. Le diner de f amille ; 

piece en 3 actes. Paris, Nagel [1945] 

110 p. 19 cm. (Collection du theatre con- 

temporin) © 3-7-45; lc 8-29-45; 

Editions Nagel, Paris ; D pub. 634. 
LUCAS, MARJORIE M. Accent on genius, 

a farce-comedv in three acts. © lc 

9-12-46 : Marjorie M. Lucas, Dutton. Ont., 

Can. : D unp. 4889. 
LUCHSINGER, MARGARET MARY. What 

is astrology, bv Mary Luxinger. Lecture. 

© lc 12-16-46*; Margaret Mary Luchsinger, 

San Francisco : C 988. 
THE LUCIFER match. See Drucker, Sylvia. 
LUCK o' the Irish. See Burdette, Gene. 
LUCKE, THOMAS. 

Tin Pan Alley Cinderella, a play in 23 

scenes. © lc 7-2-46 ; Thomas Lucke, New 

York ; D unp. 4107. 

Tin Pan Alley Cinderella, a screen play 

in 28 scenes. © lc 8-30-46 ; Thomas 

Lucke, New York ; D unp. 5452. 
LUCKY birthday. See Fairbanks, William F. 
LUCKY ponnv club. See Brown, Dave. 
LUCKY puzzle. See Tho Sheriff. No. 108. 
LUCKY TIGER MANUFACTURING COM- 
PANY. Morning mirror blues. See Owens, 

Merritt. 
LUCY. See Thomas, Carlson R. 
LUCY'S locket. See The Lone Ranger. No. 

2091-1316. 
LUDWIG van Beethoven, his story and his 

music. See Machlis, Joe. 



LUKASZEWSKI, LEON. The stone in the 
road; a play in one act. Chicago, Dramatic 
publishing co. [1946] 27 p. 18% cm. © 
10-7-46 ; 2c 10-13-46 ; Dramatic publishing 
co., Chicago ; D pub. 5352. 
LUKE Larkin's luck. See Martens, Anne 
Coulter. Horatio Alger's Struggling up- 
ward. 
LULU'S candy store. See Kaplan, Jesse. 
LUMB, GEOFFREY. The family fool, a com- 
edy in three acts. © lc 4-5-46 ; Geoffrey 
Lumb, New York ; D unp. 2642. 
LUMET, BARUCH. Autumn fever, a comedy 
in three acts, by Baruch and Julia Lumet. 
© lc 9-21-46 ; Baruch Lumet, New York ; 
D unp. 5458. 
LUMET, JULIA. Autumn fever. See Lumet, 

Baruch. 
LUMPACIVAGABUNDUS, source title. -See 

Stolz, Robert. Drei von der Donau. 
LUNNAY, JAMES J. Oh boy, listen ; a mono- 
logue. © lc 1-22-46 ; James J. Lunnay, 
New York : D unp. 294. 
LURCH, BRUCE JOHN. Run to your uncle, a 
play in three acts, by Bruce Brighton 
[pseud.] © lc 6-24-46 ; Bruce John Lurch, 
Woodhaven, N. Y. ; D unp. 3700. 
LURVEY, DIANA I. 

Fire is your responsibility. Recording 
script. © lc 7-5-46 ; Syndicate store mer- 
chandiser, inc., New York ; C 912. 

How to teach a job. Recording script. 
© lc 7-5-46 ; Syndicate store merchandiser, 
inc.. New York ; C 913. 
THE LUTE player. See Macintire, Elizabeth 

Jelliffe. 
LUTHER, FRANK. Punch and Judy, a musi- 
comedy for children. Incidental dialogue. 
96 leaves. © lc 1-11-46 ; Leeds music corp., 
New York ; D unp. 1002. 
LUTTRELL, VELMA. The call, a play in 
scenes. © lc 5-26-46 ; Velma Luttrell, 
Cleveland; D unp. 3288. 
LUTZ, WILLIAM O. A skit for skat. Radio 
script. © lc 6-21-46 ; Jack Harold Smaha, 
New York ; D unp. 3684. 
LUX RADIO THEATRE. (Radio program) 

Radio plays in this series are by J. Walter 
Thompson company. © Lever brothers com- 
pany, Cambridge, Mass. 

Nov. 12, 1945. Guest in the house. © 
, lc 1-25-46 ; D unp. 483. 

Nov. 19, 1945. Keys of the kingdom. © 
lc 1-25-46; D unp. 484. 

Dec. 3, 1945. Blood on the sun. © 
lc 1-25-46 ; D unp. 485. 

Dec. 10, 1945. Guest wife. © lc 1-25- 
46 ; D unp. 486. 

Dec. 17, 1945. Made for each other. © 
lc 1-25-46 ; D unp. 487. 

Dec. 24, 1945. I'll be seeing you. © lc 
1-25-46 : D unp. 488. 

Dec. 31. 1945. Pride of the mai'ines. © 
lc 1-25-46 ; D unp. 489. 

Jan. 7, 1946. You came along. © lc 
1-25-46 ; D unp. 490. 

Jan. 14,- 1946. Valley of decision. © lc 
2-4-46 ; D unp. 771. 

Jan. 21, 1946. Johnny Eager. © lc 3- 
11-46 ; D unp. 2039. 

Jan. 28. 1946. The clock. © lc 3-11-46 ; 
D unp. 2040. 

Feb. 4, 1946. This love of ours. © lc 
3-11-46; D unp. 2041. 

Feb. 11. 1946. Now voyager. © lc 3- 
11-46 ; D unp. 2042. 

Feb. 18, 1946. Captain January. © lc 
3-11-46 ; D unp. 2043. 

Feb. 25, 1946. Thunderhead, son of 
Flicka. © lc 4-11-46 ; D unp. 2574. 

Mar. 4. 1946. The amazing Mrs. Holli- 
dav. © lc 4-11-46 : D unp. 2575. 

Mar. 11, 1946. Presenting Lily Mars. 
© lc 4-11-46 ; D unp. 2576. 



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Mar. 18. 1946. A tale of two cities. © 
lc 4-11-40 : D unp. 2577. 

Mar. 25, 1946. Wonder man. © lc 5- 
18-46 : D imp. 3213. 

Apr. 1, 1946. Barnacle Bill. © lc 5-18- 
46 : 1) unp. 3212. 

Apr. 8. 1946. Honky Tonk. © lc 5-18- 
46 : D unp. 3211. 

Apr. 15, 194(>. Whistle stop. © lc 5- 
18-46; D unp. 3210. 

Apr. 29, 1946. Gaslight. © lc 5-18-46 ; 
D unp. 3209. 

May 6, 1946. Tomorrow is forever. © lc 
6-13-46 ; D unp. 3555. 

May 13, 1946. Pardon my past. © lc 
6-13-46 ; D unp. 3556. 

May 27, 1946. Music for millions. © lc 
7-8-46 ; D unp. 3956. 

June 17, 1946. Fallen angel. © lc 8-1- 



46 : D unp. 4380. 

June 24. 1946. 
D unp. 4381. 

Aug. 26, 1946. 
5529. 

Sept. 2, 1946. 



State fair. © lc 8-1-46 ; 
© lc 9-15-46 ; D unp. 



Our vines have tender 
grapes. ©' lc 9-15-46 ; D unp. 5360. 

Sept. 9, 1946. The Barrets of Wimpole 
' street. © lc 11-12-46 ; D unp. 6192. 

Sept. 16, 1946. Madame Curie. © lc 11- 
12-46; D unp. 6193. 

Sept. 23, 1946. Sentimental journey. © 
lc 11-12-46 ; D unp. 6194. 

Sept. 30, 1946. Coney island. © lc 11- 
12-46 ; D unp. 6127. 

Oct. 7, 1946. Dragonwyck. © lc 11-12- 
46 ; D unp. 6128. 

Oct. 14, 1946. To have and have not. © 
lc 11-12-46 ; D unp. 6132. 

Oct. 28, 1946. © lc 11-12-46 ; D unp. 
6129. ^ 

Nov. 4, 1946. I've always loved you. © 
lc 11-12-46 ; D unp. 6130. 

Nov. 11, 1946. Gallant journey. © lc. 
12-9-46 ; D unp. 6617. 

Nov. 25, 1946. Mrs. Parkington. © lc 
12-9-46 ; D unp. 6616. 
LUXINGER, MARY. See Luchsinger, Mar- 
garet Mary. 
LUXURY tax plan. See Fletcher, Nellie O. 
LYD1A. See Lennon, John A. 
LYMAN, KAY, pseud. See Morningstar, Lil- 
lian Lyman. 
LYMAN, ROBERT EDMUND. Handling com- 
plaints, by Bob Lyman. Salesmanship in 
transportation. Lecture series, unit no. 6. 
Recording script. © lc 7-1-46 : Robert 
Edmund Lyman, Piedmont. Calif. ; C 537. 
LYNCH, GEORGE RALPH. The vagabonds' 
dream, a musical revue and water ballet play 
in four scenes. © lc 2-23-46 ; George 
Ralph Lynch. Cleveland : D uno. 4060. 
LYNN, Dora, pseud. See Lingrell, Dorothea. 
LYNN. Joseph G. One brief moment, a drama 
in three acts. © lc 12-3-46 ; Lela E. Gid- 
lev, Bakersfield, Calif. ; D unp. 6378. 
LYNN. VIRGINIA SAFFORD. 

The better half. See First Nighter, Feb. 
9, 1946. 

Birthday party. See First Nighter, Jan. 
19, 1946. 

A reasonable facsimile. See First 
nighter, Mar. 23, 1946. 

Separation center. See First nighter, 
Apr. 6, 1946. 
LYON. ALFRED LEVY. The eagle of liberty. 

See Gomez, Abelardo Luis. 
LYON. DON W. Ambassador with a guitar. 
Radio program no. 3. © lc 1-29-46 : Don 
W. Lyon. New York; D unp. 422. 
LYONS, JIMMY. A bachelcTr sewing a but- 
ton : comedy pantomin a scone. © lc 4—6— 
46 • Hal Stone. New York ; D unp. 2498. 
LYONS. JOHN PATRICK. Hooray for Joe, 
a musical satire in two acts. © lc 1-23-46 ; 
John Patrick Lyons, Chicago : D unp. 387. 



lc 5- 
1c 6- 

lc 7- 



LYONS, L. KERMIT. See Calling all girls 

club. 
LYONS, Ruth. Fifty club. Radio script, 

Apr 5, 1946. © lc 4-11-46 ; Crosley corp., 

Cincinnati ; C 368. 
LYS1STRATA. See Cory, George C, jr. The 

right to love. Gundlach, Robert. 
LYTLE, HAZEL. In secret places, a drama 

in three acts. © lc 4-1-46 ; Hazel Lvtle, 

Hollywood : D unp. 2283 
LYVERS, HELEN ELIZABETH. Grant us 

peace, a choric drama. © lc 4-15-46 ; 

Helen Elizabeth Lyvers, Buffalo ; D unp. 

2619. 

M 

M '/5- HACKETT COMPANY. See Hackett 

(M. II.) company. 
MA PEKKINS. (Radio program). 

Scripts in this series are by Leston Hunt- 
ley. Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati 

3243. Broadcast Jan. 2, 1946. © lc 1- 
20-46 ; D unp. 282. 

3267. Broadcast Feb. 5, 1946. © lc 2- 
8-46 ; D unp. 618. 

3288. Broadcast Mar. 6, 1946 © lc 
3-10-46 ; D unp. 987. 

3308. Broadcast Apr. 3, 1946. © lc 4- 
3-46 ; D unp. 2311. 

3331. Broadcast May 6, 1946. 
26-46 ; D unp. 3295. 

3353. Broadcast June 5, 1946. 
18-46 : D unp. 3675. 

3373. Broadcast July 3, 1946. 
11-46 ; D imp. 3998. 

3396. Broadcast Aug. 5, 1946. © lc 8- 
4-46 ; D unp. 4442. 

3417. Broadcast Sept. 3, 1946. © lc 9- 
19-46 ; D unp. 4941. 

3441. Broadcast Oct. 7, 1946. © lc 10- 
15-46 ; D unp. 5415. 

3461. Broadcast Nov. 4, 1946. © lc 
11-4-46 : D imp. 6035. 

3481. Broadcast Dec. 2, 1946. © lc 12- 
3-46 ; D unp. 6388. 
MABEL. See Challenge of the Yukon. No. 

420. 
McALLESTER, DAVID. Hats off to Sarge, 
by David McAllester and Jack Neher. (Na- 
tional mental health foundation, series I, 
program 5): © 11-15-46; 2c 11-13-46; 
National mental health foundation, Phila- 
delphia : D pub. 5926. 
McARTHUR. BLANCHE, Sundayland. See 

Herbert. Dorothv. 
MacARTHUR, CHARLES. Swan song. See 

Hecht, Ben. 
MC ARTHUR, DOROTHY. Sundayland. See 

Herbert, Dorothy. 
MACBETH. See Shakespeare, William. 
McCABE, FRANCIS JOSEPH. Himself, a 
comedy in three acts. © lc 9-16-46 ; 
Francis Joseph McCabe, Bronxville, N. Y. ; 
D unp. 4961. 
THE MACCABEES. See The eternal light. 

No. 10. 
McCANN, GERALD. Shine the brass. See 

Ryan, John. 
McCANN-ERICKSON, INC. 

Dr.- Christian. For radio scripts in this 
series see Dr. Christian. 

Echoes of New York. For radio scripts 
in this series see Echoes of New York. 

Predictions by experts. Radio program, 
Feb. 27, 1946. © lc 2-26-46 ; McCann- 
Erickson. inc.. New York : C 207. 

The Sheriff. For radio scripts in this 
series see The Sheriff. 
McCAULEY, GEORGE V. Today's glass. 
New York Philharmonic-symphony inter- 
mission feature. Broadcast Nov. 3. 1946. 
© lc 11-14-46 : United States rubber co.. 
New York ; C 889. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. i, n. s. 



AicCLEERY, WILLIAM. 

Hope for the best, a comedy in three acts. 
New York, French.; [etc.] cl946. 104 p. 
plates, diagrs. 18cm. © 3-8-46 ; 2c 4-17- 
46 ; William McCleery, New York ; D pub. 
2661. Prev. reg. 3-31-44 ; D unp. 88354. 

Parlor story, a comedy in three acts. © 
lc 7-9-46 ; William McCleery, New York ; 
D unp. 4631. 
McCLOSKEY, ROBERT. Homer Price. -See 

Lockhart, Katharine. 
McCLUNG, WILLIAM A. 

Splinterville, U. S. A. See Ernst, Elma 
R. 

We never had it so good. See Ernst, Elma 
R. 

You never had it so good. See Ernst, 
Elma R. 
MacCONACHIE, G. O. Secret witness. See 

Hollister, Len D. 
McCONNELL, MARY. See Hickox, Mary 

McCopnell. 
McCORD, VERA. The man on horseback. 

See Tarkington, Booth. 
MCCORMICK, CHARLES P. The McCormick 
"unsung hero" awards. Address. © lc 11- 
12-46 ; McCormick & co., inc., Baltimore ; 
C 866. 

Mccormick and company, inc. 

From Singapore to Baltimore. See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 

The McCormick "unsung hero" awards. 
See McCormick, Charles P. 

So said Mr. Shen. See Jam Handy or- 
ganization, inc. 

THE McCORMICK "unsung hero" awards. 
See McCormick, Charles P. 

McCOY. PAUL STEVENS. Out of this 
world, a comedy in three acts. Marion, la., 
Art craft play co., c 1946. 104 p. diagr. 
19cm. © 9-13-46 ; 2c 9-26-46 : J. Vincent 
Heuer, Marion, la. ; D pub. 5109. 

McCRACKEN, ESTHER. Quiet week-end, 
a comedy in three acts. London, French 
[1945] 96 p. front., diagr. 22 cm. 
(French's acting edition. No. 1681) © 
12-24-45 ; lc 7-12-46 ; Samuel French, ltd., 
London : D pub. 4055. 

McCRACKEN, GRACE E. International 
fiesta pageant, by Carole Maxwell [pseud.] 
© lc 9-20-45 : Carole Maxwell, Los An- 
geles ; D unp. 3028. 

McCRACKEN, JAMES. See the Cisco Kid. 

McCRARY, TEX. See Hi jinx. 

McCRARY, Mrs. TEX. See Hi Jinx. 

McCULLOUGH, EARL. The Khan of Teh- 
eran ; or, Oil's well that ends well. A 
musical comedy in prologue and three acts ; 
book and lyrics by Ray Zirkel, music by Earl 
McCullough and Charles Cuppett. Text and 
music paged separately. © lc 11-4-46 ; 
Ray Zirkel, Columbus, O. : D unp. 1120. 

McCURDEY, CATHARINE MILLER. 

The friar's potion. Adapted from Romeo 
and Juliet, by William Shakespeare. Adap- 
tation and choreography by Catharine 
Millar, music by Wilmea Schmedemann. A 
balvocal drama. 5 leaves. Text only. 
© lc 4-11-46 ; Catharine Millar McCurdey, 
Alexandria. Va. ; D unp. 3311. 

Joan of Arc, according to the English ; an 
adaptation from William Shakespeare's 
Henry VI. by Catharine Millar. Monologue. 
© lc 7-20-46 : Catharine Millar McCurdey, 
Alexandria, Va. : D unp. 4524. 

The nightingale and the rose, bv Catharine 
Millar, an adaptation from Oscar Wilde's 
story of the same name. Monologue. © lc 
8-27-46 : Catharine Millar McCurdev, Alex- 
dria, Va. ; D unp. 5303. 

True Gun Nell and Horace, bv Catharine 
Millar. Monologue. © lc 8-20-46 ; Cath- 
arine Millar McCurdey, Alexandria, Va. : D 
unp. 4615. 



MacDONALD, , ANNE. Musical treasure 
chest. Radio script. © lc 7-19-46 ; Anne 
MacDonald, Cleveland ; D unp. 4164. 

MacDONALD, DORA MARY 

Butch, a comedy in one act. Minneapolis, 
Northwestern press, c 1946. 23 p. 19 cm. 
© 10-9-46 ; 10-13-46 ; Northwestern press, 
Minneapolis ; D unp. 5292. 

The mislaid princess, a comedy in one 
act. Minneapolis. Northwestern press. 
c 1946. 27 p. 19 cm. © 9-28-46 ; North- 
western press, Minneapolis ; D pub. 5444. 

The mouse and the marquis, a comedy in 
one act. Minneapolis, Northwestern press, 
c 1946. 25 p. 19 cm. © 9-28-46 ; 2c 10- 
4-46 ; Northwestern press, Minneapolis ; D 
pub. 5442. 

A sense of values, a play in one act. 
Minneapolis, Northwestern press, c 1946. 
25 p. 19 cm. © 10-9-46 ; 2c 10-13-46 ; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis ; D pub. 
5293. 

There comes a time, a comedy in one act. 
Minneapolis, Northwestern press, c 1946. 
22 p. 19 cm. © 9-28-46 : 2c 10-4-46 ; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis ; D pub. 
5445. 

McDONALD, EDWARD, a grand ole opra 
with local talent. Kansas City, Mo.. Empire 
producing co., c 1946. 31 p. 21% cm. 
(An Empire 4-star production) © 9-9-46 ; 
2c 8-2-46; Empire producing co., Kansas 
City, Mo.-; D pub. 5495. 

McDONALD. FREDERICK H. The "idea" 
as a tool in advertising, an address before 
the Carolina advertising club. © lp 11— 
13-46 : Frederick H. McDonald, Charleston, 
S. C. : C 863. 

McDONALD, NORMAN. See Schiller, Johann 
Chrlstoph Friedrich von. Marv Stuart. 

McDONNELL, BUCKY. See McDonnell, 
Harold E. 

McDONNELL. HAROLD E. The home of the 
moon, a play in three acts bv Bucky Mc- 
Donnell. © lc 12-13-44 : Harold E. Mc- 
Donnell, West Englewood,N. J. ;D unp. 6337. 

MacELWANE, James Bernard. Forecasting 
earthquakes. New York Philharmonic- 
symphony intermission feature. Broadcast 
Jan. 13, 1946. © lc 1-27-46 : United 
States rubber co.. New York ; C 125. 

McENERY, AGNES. A wild Irish rose, an 
Irish drama in three acts. © lc 12-10-46 ; 
A^nes McEnery, San Antonio : D unp. 6500. 

McENROE, ROBERT E. Mulligan's Snug, 
a play in three acts. © lc 2-19-46 : Rob- 
ert E. McEnroe, Hartford ; D unp. 2112. 

McFARLANE, ADELE F. Crosspurposes. 
radio script. © lc 12-18-46 : Adele F. 
McFarlane, Chicago ; D unp. 6581. 

McGARVEY. William. Wrong women ; 
or, William what's the answer? A play in 
two acts. © lc 7-6-46 : William McGarvey, 
Newark, N. J. ; D unp. 4105 . 

McGEACHY, D. P. The rock and the pit, 
a study in origins in thirteen acts ; spon- 
sored by the Presbyterian committee of 
publication, Richmond, Va. © lc 12-30-45 ; 
John Knox press. Richmond ; D unp. 2178. 

McGEE, JAMES VINCENT. 

Ah, Sabina, Sabina Gladclands : a sketch. 
© lc 8-31-46 ; James V. McGee, New York ; 
D unp. 5390. 

The quality of Jason Goatdust, a sketch. 
© lc 8-31-46 ; James V. McGee, New York ; 
D unp. 5496. 

The saga of Major Longue-Worthy of the 
old Chaise Longue-Worthv's. A sketch. 
© lc 8-2-46 ; James Vincent McGee, 
Chicago ; D imp. 4344. 

To die is customary : or, Danny Larkin. 
A play with music in two acts. Text only. 
© lc 6-16-46 ; James Vincent McGee, 
New York ; D unp. 3648. 



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McGEHEE. CHARLES WHITE. Lonesome 
road. Radio broadcast Oct. 28, 1946. © lc 
11-3-46 ; Charles White McGehee, Birming- 
ham. Ala. ; D imp. 585TJ. 
McGHEE, BERRY MACK. You must be 
crazy, don't you? A musical stage play in 
one 'act and song. © lc 2-9-47 ; Berry 
Mack McGhee, Detroit ; D unp. 3094. 
McGOVERN, TERRY. A night in gay Paree. 
Synopsis of a play in three acts. 8 leaves. 
© lc 4-15-46; Terry McGovern, Denver; 
D imp. 2650. 
MacGREGOR, JOCK. See The return of 

Nick Carter. 
MacGREGOR. JOHN EDGAR. The love of 

Oscar. See Smith, Susan Jessie. 
THE MacGREGORS. See MacLeod, Anne. 
MacGRUDER. W. W. See The Coors show. 
McGUIRE. KARL. Hard on the bard, a 
revue with music in two acts ; music and 
lvrics by Karl McGuire. book by McElroy 
Wilkes and Karl McGuire. additional dia- 
logue by Will Shakespeare. Text and music 
on separate leaves. © lc 10-22-46 ; Karl 
McGuire and McElroy Wilkes, New York ; 
D imp. 1115. 
MACHLIS, JOE. 

Franz Schubert, his story and his music. 
Text for phonograph records, six sides. © 
lc 6-16-46; Vox productions, inc., New 
York; D unp. 3623. 

Ludwig van Beethoven, his story and his 
music. (Music master series, no. 4) Re- 
cording script. © lc 7-21-46 : Vox pro- 
ductions, inc., New York : D unp. 5818. 

Peter Ilyitch Tchaikovsky, his story and 
his music. Recording script. © lc 
6-20-46 : Vox productions, inc., New York ; 
D unp. 4525. 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, his story and 

his music. Recording script. © lc 6-9-46 ; 

Vox production, inc., New York; D unp. 

3499 

MACHORRO, LOIS PANGALLO. Sangre in 

Pearl Harbor. See Machorro, Rudolph. 
MACHORRO, RUDOLPH. 

Bloodshed in Pearl Harbor ; opera in 3 
acts in English and Spanish. Verse and 
music by Prof. Rudy Machorro. English 
text. Text and music on separate leaves. 
© lc 5-7-46 ; Rudolph Machorro, El Paso. 
Tex. : D unp. 1061. 

Sangre in Pearl Harbor ; opera in 3 actos 
en Ingles y Espanol. Verso y musica del Prof. 
Rudy Machorro, traducido por Lois Pangallo 
Machorro. Spanish text. Text and music 
on separate leaves. © lc 5-7-46 : Rudolph 
Machorro, El Paso, Tex. : D imp. 1059. 
MacINTIRE, ELIZABETH JELLIFFE. 
The lute player, a semi-historical play in 
three acts based on the life of the Swedish 
poet, Carl Michael Bellman. © lc 3-3-46 ; 
(Mrs. H. J.) Elizabeth Jelliffe Macintire, 
Urbana, 111. : D unp. 2385. 
McINTYRE, JOHN T. She told the world, a 
comedv in three acts. © lc 9-21-46 : John 
T. Mclntyre, Philadelphia ; D unp. 5022. 
MACK, MARY ANNA. One dolla^, American ; 
a play in one act. © lc 3-1-46 ; Mary 
Anna Mack, Hollywood ; D unp. 895. 
MACK, NILA. 

Cinderella, a play in two acts. © lc 
11-15-46 ; Columbia broadcasting system, 
inc.. NeW York ; D unp. 5964. 

Jack and the bean stalk, a one-act play. 
© lc 11-15-46 : Columbia broadcasting sys- 
tem, inc.. New York ; D unp. 5965. • 

Puss in boots, a play in two acts. © lc 
11-15-46 ; Columbia broadcasting system, 
inc.. New York ; D unp. 5963. 
MACK. ROBERT. 

The children of the parsonage, a comedy 
drama in one act. © lc 10-14-46 ; Robert 
Mack, New York : D unp. 5336. 

The children of the parsonage, a comedy 



drama in one act. New York, Ace-drama 
guild [1946] [9] p. 21 cm. © lc 11-16- 
46 ; 2c 11-19-46 ; Robert Mack, New York ; 
D pub. 6569. 

MACK, RUSSELL. Top lady. See Orefice, 
Frank E. 

MACKAY, CONSTANCE D'ARCY. The 
Christmas guest. See Longfellow, Mary 
Elizabeth. 

McKAY. GEORGE FREDERICK. San Juan 
story. See Taverniti, Helen Stewart. 

MacKAYE, PERCY. The ghost of Elsinore, 
a play in four acts. Being the first play of 
The mystery of Hamlet, king of Denmark ; 
or, What we will. A tetrology of plays in 
prologue to The tragicall historie of Hamlet, 
prince of Denmarke by William Shake- 
speare. © lc 3-23-46 ; Percy MacKaye, New 
York ; D unp. 2402. 

MeKEE. TOM. Stowaway to love. See Ore- . 
fice. Frank Edward. 

McKELVEY, RICHARD. The tinder box, a 
comedy in three acts. Chicago, Dramatic 
publishing co. [1946] 41 p. 18% cm. © 
lc 10-28-46 ; 2c 11-24-46 ; Richard McKel- 
vev, Ann Arbor, Mich. ; D pub. 6319. 

McKENNY. TORREY T. Carioca purple. 
See Harding, Bertita. 

McKINLEY, EDWIN. The cross current, a 
play in three acts. © lc 12-15-46 ; Edwin 
McKinlev, New York : D unp. 6539. 

McKINNEY, JOHN ROBERT. Mr. Pipps and 
the pink elephant. A fantasy in one act. 
© lc 5-30-46 ; John Robert McKinney, Dal- 
las : D unp. 3359. 

McKINNEY, ROBERT M. Horse opera, a 
play in three acts. © lc 12-29-45 ; Robert 
M. McKinney ; Morristown, N. J. ; D unp. 
560. 

Mcknight, Robert stuart. The best 

of all possible worlds, a play in two acts 
by Bob Stuart McKnight. © lc 4-16-46 ; 
Robert Stuart McKnight, Homer, N. Y. ; D 
unp. 2617. 

Mclaughlin, e d w a r d anthony. 

Stark mad. See Trent, Marvin Patrick. 
MCLEAN, J. DOUGLAS. Spring day, a play 
in three acts. © lc 7-17-46 ; J. Douglas 
McLean, New York ; D unp. 4118. 
MacLEOD, ANNE. The MacGregors, a play 
in three acts by Anne MacLeod and Thomas 
P. Robinson. © lc 3-14-46 ; Anne MacLeod, 
Boston, and Thoraas P. Robinson, Hingham, 
Mass. : D unp. 3134. 
MacLIAMMOIR, MICHAEL. Ill met by 
moonlight, an adventure in three acts. © 
lc 11-27-46 ; Michael MacLiammoir, Dub- 
lin : D unp. 6242. 
McMILLAN, DAVID STRONG. For works 
written in collaboration with Channell War- 
ing Hardv see Strong. Waring, pseud. 
MacMILLAN COMPANY. The front. See 

Korneichuk, Alexander. 
McMILLIN, MARK. 

The dramatic moment, a farce in one act. 
San Francisco, Banner play bureau, c 1946. 
21 p. 19y 3 cm. (Banner plays) © 10-15- 
46 ; 2c 11-3-46 ; Banner play bureau, inc., 
San Francisco ; D pub. 5764. 

Mother's day, a comedy in one act. San 
Francisco, Banner play bureau, c 1946. 18 
p. 20 cm. (Banner plays). © 10-1-46; 
2c 11-3—46 ; Banner play bureau, inc., San 
Francisco ; D pub. 5755. 

One day of grace, a comedy in one act. 
San Francisco, Banner play bureau, c 1946. 
19 p. 20 cm. (Banner plays). © 10-1- 
46 ; 2c 11-3—46 ; Banner play bureau, inc., 
San Francisco ; D pub. 5757. 

What every man wants, a comedy in one 
act. San Francisco, Banner play bureau, 
c 1946. 16 p. 20 cm. (Banner plays). © 
10-15-46 : 2c 11-3-46 ; Banner play bureau, 
inc., San Francisco ; D pub. 5763. 



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McMULLEN, JOSEPH CARL. 

Bab goes dramatic, a comedy in one act 
by Joseph Carlton [pseud.] Boston, Bak- 
er's plays; [etc.] c 1946. 31 p. 19 cm. 
(Baker's plays for amateurs). © 8-7-46 § 
2c 8-8-46 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston ; 
D pub. 4539. 

Buddv goes literary, a comedy in one act. 
Boston, Baker's plays: [ete. c 1946] 32 p. 
IS 1 /) cm. (Baker's plays for amateurs) 
© 8-21-46 ; 2c 8-26-46 ; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston ; D pub. 4775. 

Kitty, Kitty, Kitty. -See Swartout, Nor- 
man Lee. 

Welcoming the new minister. See Shute, 
Sally. 

McNAMEE, EDWARD. The purity of Peggy, 
a plav in three acts. © lc 11-21-46 : Ed- 
ward McNamee, Flushing, N. Y. ; D unp. 
6046. 

McNEIL, EMMA KELLY. 

Lily of the Mohawks. [Tucson, Acme 
printing co., 1946] 40 p. 23 cm. © 1-5- 
46 ; 2c 4-1-46 ; Emma Kelly McNeil, Tucson, 
Ariz. ; D pub. 3219. Prev. reg. 3-10-43 ; D 
unp. 83619. 

Who is Brother Martin? A play in four 
acts. [Tucson?] cl946. 22 p. 23 cm. 
© 8-26-46 ; 2c 8-21-46 ; Emma Kelly Mc- 
Neil, Tucson, Ariz. : D pub. 5494. 

McNEIL, J. CHARLES. Romance in strings. 
-See Coffey. Herschel H. 

MacNelis, WILLIAM JOSEPH. 10 mil- 
lion jobs — veterans employment agency of 
the air. Audition script. © lc 11-20-45 ; 
William Joseph MacNelis, Washington : C 
933. 

McNELLY, RICHARD L. Isa Lei, a play 
in two acts. © lc 3-21-46 : Richard L. 
MeNellv, Rocky River, O. : D unp. 2194. 

McNULTY, EVELYN BOUSCAREN. Hangar 
flying. See Dougherty. Dora J. 

McPHERSON, MARGARET I. Sewer Wedd 
and Medallion, a play in five parts by Mar- 
guerite I. McPherson. © lc 3-7-46 ; Mar- 
garet I. McPherson, Cobourg, Ont., Can. ; 
D unp. 2405. 

McQUEEN, NOEL. Grapes for dinner. See 
Hark, Mildred. 

A toast to Christmas. See Hark, Mil- 
dred. 

McWITHY, REID. Whoopee and Einstine. 
A dialogue (question and answer) .© lc 4- 
8-46 ; Reid McWithy, Killiher, Minn. ; D 
unp. 3310. 

THE MAD doctor routine. See Franklin, Bill. 

MAD dog. See The Lone Ranger. No. 2138- 
1363. 

MAD wolf. See Challenge of the Yukon. 
No. 421. 

MADAM Ada. See Harris, James Aurand. 

MADAME chairman. See Eardley, Carl. 

MADAME Curie. See Lux radio theatre, Sept. 
16, 1946. 

MADAME est elue. See Delate, Jean 

MADAME his mother. See Mini, William. 

MADAME Jumel. See Hackett, Walter A. 

MADAME Ritch-Witch. See The Sheriff. 
No. 84. « • 

MADDEN, BENJAMIN ELLICOTT. Mister 
Jaloppy, a juvenile one act play. © lc 
9-17-46 : Benjamin Ellicott Madden, Los 
Ansreles ; D unn. 4932. 

MADDEN, CECIL CHARLES. 

Come out and play, a new style comedy 
in a holiday camp in 3 acts divided in 17 
scenes, by C p cil Madden and OerMc stokes 
[pseud.]* © lc 2-21-46: Cecil Charles 
Madden and George Beardmore, London ; 
D unp. 789. 

Drama school, ? play in three acts. © lc 
10-6-46 : Cecil Charles Madden, London ; 
D unn. 5616. 

MADDEN. HARRY TIMOTHY. Mr. Atwell's 
assignment, a play in two acts and four 



scenes. © lc 9-6-46 ; Harry Timothy 
Madden, Merion, Pa. ; D unp. 4819. 

THE MADDEST profession. See Metzger, 
Marianne Christine. 

MADE for each other. See Lux radio theatre,. 
Dec. 17, 1945. 

MADE in heaven. See Keating, Lawrence A. 
Our dear husband. 

MADEE, ALBERT, pseud. See Maduri, 
Albert John. 

MADELEINE takes command. See Piatt,. 
Helen. 

MLLE. Destiny. See DeLong, Winfield P. 

MADEMOISELLE from Montreal. See Fran- 
cisco, Hale. 

MADEMOISELLE Star. See De Wissant, 
Andre. 

THE MADMAN and the Cisco Kid. See The 
Cisco Kid. No. 44A. 

MADONNA of Nazareth. See Draugelis, 
Simon John. The Blessed Virgin Mary,. 
Mother of God. 

MADURI, ALBERT JOHN. Two heavens, ha 
hell ; a play by Albert Madee [pseud.] 
62 leaves. © lc 5-8-46; Albert J. MadurL 
Brooklyn : D unp. 4336. 

MAELSTROM. -See Cohen, Harvey Deutscher. 

DAS MARCHEN vom zauberer, der nicht 
lachen durfte. -See Gurster, Eugen. Das- 
lachkrautlein. 

MAETERLINCK, MAURICE. Aura. Piece 
en treize scenes. © lc 1-30-46 ; Maurice 
Maeterlinck, New York ; D unp. 433. 

THE MAGIC carpet. See Short, Donald H. 

MAGIC for three. -See Barbee, Lindsey. 

THE MAGIC hour. -See Boylston, Mary 
Louise. 

THE MAGIC keys. -See Woodmansee, Mignon. 
Rittenhouse. 

THE MAGIC lamp. -See Hampton, Orville H. 

THE MAGIC mirror. See Fair, Charles Mait- 
land. 

THE MAGIC pool. -See Brandon, Arthur Jay. 

THE MAGIC ring. -See Myers, Gustave Fran- 
cis. 

MAGINNIS, MONICA, sister. 

Fool's fool, a revelry, by Margaret Man- 
ton [pseud.] 28 leaves. © lc 4-24-46, 
Sister Monica Maginnis, St. Martin, Ohio ; 
D unp, 2780. 

An outdoor play of Jeanne d'Arc, by Mar- 
garet Manton [pseud.] 70 leaves. © lc 
4—24-46 : Sister Monica Maginnis, St. Mar- 
tin. Ohio : D unp. 2781. 

MAGNANIMOUS chost. -See Challenge of the 
Yukon. No. 395. 

MAGNAVOX COMPANY. The illustrated 
voice. -See Jam Handy organization, inc. 

THE MAGNIFICENT faker. See Cecil, 
Peter. 

THE MAGNIFICENT Yankee. -See Lavery, 
Emmet. 

MAGNO. PASCHOAL CARLOS. Tomorrow 
will be different, a play in three acts. © 
lc 1-25-46 ; Paschoal Carlos Masrno, Lon- 
don : D unp. 383. 

MAGNOLIA scent. -See Winner, Helen. 

MAHL, WILLIAM. Madame his mother, a 
plav in three acts. © lc 2-19-46 : William 
Mahl, Carmel. N. Y. ; D unp 2013. 

MAHLER, PAUL I. Parlor {rame, a drama 
in three acts. © lc 3-22-46; Paul I. 
Mahler, New York: D unp. 2211. 

MAHLER, PAULINE KONER. First formal, 
a dance-drama about young America, by 
Pauline Koner and Kittv Doner. Three 
scenes, and epilogue. 3 leaves. © lc 12— 
9-45 : Pauline Koner Mahler and Catherine 
Doner Donohue. New York : D unn. 2377. 

MAHONEY. DONALD CORNELIUS, repre- 
senting the author. 

A satirical exposition of German propa- 
ganda nrior to American declaration of war ; 
svnonsis of a manuscript ori>rinallv titled, 
To whom it may concern. In three parts. 



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© lc 1-14-46 : Donald Cornelius Mahoney, 
Cbicago : C 333. 

To our auditors, a letter to accompany a 
series of lectures. © lc 12-16-43 : Donald 
Cornelius Mahoney, Chicago ; C 332. 

To whom it may concern. Part 1. © lc 
10-25-43 : Donld Cornelous Mahoney, Chi- 
cago ; C 334. 
MAHONEY. JAMES TAYLOR. Boy meets 
girl. Mar. 23, 1946. Radio program. © 
lc 3-28-46 : James Taylor Mahoney, Arling- 
ton, Mass. ; C 305. 
THE MAID of Pango Pango. See Marquette 

Mabel Fardeliers. 
MAID ro order. See Buelow, Leola. St. 
* Clair. Robert. 
MAIER. GEORGE E. 

New principles of the circle and the 
sphere. Lecture. © lc 5-9-46 : George E. 
Maier, Los Angeles ; C 422. 

New principles of the circle and the 

sphere. Lecture. © lc 10-3-46 ; George E. 

Maier. Los Angeles : C 723. 

MAIL order love affair. See Wilder, Viney H. 

MAIL order Sherlock. See Bryan, Joseph 

Blaekshear. 
THE MAIL team. See Challenge of the Yu- 
kon. No. 414. 
MAIMONIDES. See The eternal light. 

No. 9. 
MAISEL. FRED E. Linda, a play in three 
acts. © lc 6-17-46 : Fred E. Maisel, River- 
side, Calif. : D unp. 3633. 
MAJOR, MARIE AUSTIN. Rose-Marie, where 
are you? A scenario. [Seattle, 1946] 71 
p. 20% cm. © 5-11-46 : 2c 5-23-46 ; 
Marie Austin Major, Seattle : D pub. 3716. 
LE MAJORDOME. See Josset. Andre\ 
MAKAROFF, GEORGE ALEXANDER. Her 
airborne lover, a play in three acts sug- 
gested by characters from "Nana" bv Emil 
Zola. © lc 5-20-46 ; George Alexander 
Makaroff, New York ; D unp. 3243. 
MAKART-BUKETT. See Gutherz. Gerhard. 
MAKE ready my grave. See Inner sanctum, 

Apr. 23, 1946. 
MAKE yourself at home. See Martens, Anne 

Coulter. 
MAKEUP for murder. See The Shadow, Dec. 

1, 1946. 
MAKING a rum cake. See Stark, Arthur. 
MAKING your job better. See Wilding pic- 
ture productions, inc. 
LES MAL aimes. See Mauriac. Frangois. 
MALAGUENA. See Gardner, Laurel M. 
MALAY. See Aiken, Alfred. 
MALEY, BOB. 

The flying legion. Audition script no. 1. 
© lc 7-19-46 ; Crosley corp., Cincinnati ; D 
unp. 4184. 

The housewarmers. Radio script no. 1, 
Nov. 25, 1946. © lc 12-1-46 ; Crosley 
broadcasting corp., Cincinnati : C 948. 

Jimmy Dare foreign correspondent. Audi- 
tion script no. 1. © lc 7-19-45 ; Crosley 
corp., Cincinnati ; D unp. 4185. 

Pioneer tales. Audition script no. 1. © 
lc 7-19-46; Crosley corp., Cincinnati; D 
unp. 4186. 

Rainbow revue. Audition script. © lc 

10-9-46 : Crosley corp., Cincinnati ; C 748. 

Tales of the sea. Audition script. © lc 

12-22-45 : Crosley corp., Cincinnati ; D unp. 

155. 

WLW newsreel. Audition script. © lc 
9-22-46 ; Crosley corp., Cincinnati ; C 772. 
MALINDA. See O'Donohue, Dennis. 
MALIVUK, RADE. 

Play parlay. Radio script. © lc 1-25- 
46 : Rade Malivuk, New York ; C 102. 

Who has it? Radio script. © lc 1-14- 
46 : Rade Malivuk, New York ; C 72. 
MALKELAH'S cnavarte. See Massman, Ben. 



MALKIN, SAMUEL ANTAEUS. Peace, it's 
wonderful ; a comedy in three acts. © lc 
6-22-46 ; Samuel Antaeus Malkin, New 
York ; D unp. 3685. 

MALLE, CLYDE EDWARD.' 

Egyptian expedition, travesty on ciga- 
rette commercials, by Eddie Malle. © lc 
10-19-46; Eddie Malle (Clyde E. MallS), 
Philadelphia ; D unp. 5547. 

The ole fox hunt, by Eddie Mailed A rou- 
tine dialogue, based upon The fox hunt. © 
lc 1-16-46 ; Clyde Edward Malle, Philadel- 
phia ; D unp. 233. 

The taxi driver, a monoluge and poem by 
Eddie Malle. © lc 12-3-46 ; Eddie Malle 
(Clyde E. Malle), Philadelphia ; D unp. 6359. 

MALLE, EDDIE. See Malie, Clyde Edward. 

MALLIS, ALEXANDER HAGI. 

The garden of Jordan, a musical play and 
fantasy ; book by Michael Mercury [ pseud, j, 
lyrics by Alex Ariel [pseud.] and Cain Cali- 
ban [pseud.] Text only © lc 1-11-46; 
Alexander Hagi Mallis, Berlin, N. H. ; D 
unp. 157. 

A winter nightmare ; or War is hell. A 
musical play ; book by Michael Mercury 
[pseud.] lyrics by Alex Ariel [pseud.] and 
Cain Caliban [pseud.] Revised edition. 
Text only. © lc 4-25-46 ; Alexander Hagi 
Mallis, Berlin, N. H. ; D unp. 2835. Prev. 
reg. The bishop's fantasia, 7-30-42 ; D. unp. 
81450. 

MALLOCK, F. WYNDHAM, pseud. See 
Brown, F. Wyndham. , 

MALONEY, MERRITT S. Catherine of 
Siena, a true history of the life and time 
of Saint Catherine of Siena. A play in 
^three acts by Mai Merritt [pseud.] © lc 
4-19-46 : Merritt S. Maloney, Los Angeles ; 
D unp. 2787. 

MALOTTE, ALBERT MAY. Fanfare. See 
Lee. Rowland V. 

MALTZ, MAXWELL. 

Unseen scar, a new play in three acts. 
© lc 1-7-47"; Dr. Maxwell Maltz, New 
York ; D unp. 5971. 

Unseen scar, a new play in two acts by 
Maxwell Maltz and Richard Diamond. © 
lc 1-27-46 ; Maxwell Maltz and Richard 
Diamond, New York : D unp. 416. 

MAMA and papa. See Brunell, Henry. 

MAMIE and the major. See Golden. Myron 
Marc. 

MAMMA takes a spouse. See Gormick, Claire 
Werther. 

MAN from La Plata. See Groag, Edward R. 

THE MAN from Poland. See Geto, Alfred 
David. Promised land. 

THE MAN in masquerade. See Endrey, Eu- 
gene. 

THE MAN in the cage. See United produc- 
tions of America. 

THE MAN in the glass. See Burns, Fred H. 
Studies in crime, No. 4. 

MAN of all time. See Romaine, Florence. 

A MAN of many words. See The Green Hor- 
net. No. 762. 

MAN of the people. See Purrington, Benja- 
min Allen. 

THE MAN on horseback. See Tarkington, 
Booth. 

THE MAN on the hook. See Randan, Leane 
Zugsmith. 

MAN on the loose. See Branch, Frank. 

THE MAN on top. See The Lone Ranger. 
No. 2029-1254. 

MAN to man. See Dr. Christian. No. 382. 

MAN wanted. See La Riccia, Michael. 

THE MAN who came back. See The Lone 
Ranker. 2012-1237. 

THE MAN who changed. See The Green 
Hornet. No. 786. 

THE MAN who couldn't die. See Inner sanc- 
tum, Feb. 12, 1946. 



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-See 



See Murder 
See Wilson, 
See Bellos, 



See 



THE MAN who couldn't remember 

Challenge of the Yukon. No. 447. 
THE MAN who died again. See Murder at 

midnight. No. 42. 
THE MAN who died yesterday 

at midnight. No. 12. 
THE MAN who lived too soon. 

Dorothy Clarke. 
THE MAN who lost himself. 

Nausicaa. 
THE MAN who married a dumb wife 

France, Anatole. 
THE MAN who met the Mayflower. See 

Lewis, Jessica. The world is listening 

series. 
THE MAN who stole Sixth Avenue. See 

Black. Walter. 
THE MAN who was death.' See Murder at 

midnight. No. 2. 
THE MAN with the black beard. 

at midnight. No. 30. 
THE MAN with the glass head. 

ter, Albert. 
THE MAN with the vivid mind 

lard, John Victor. 
MANCEWlCZ, BERNICE WINSLOW. Young 

stuff, a play in three acts. © lc 11-14-45 ; 

Bernice Winslow Mancewicz, Grand Rapids ; 

D unp. 2379. 
THE MANDATE. See Kaufman, Martin. 
MANDER, MILES. Ring twice tonight, a 

romantic farce in three acts by Miles Man- 

der, Fred Schiller and Thomas Dunphv. 

© lc 1-22-46 ; Fred Schiller, Hollywood ; 

D unp. 768. 
MANER, WILLIAM LAWTON, JR. Uncer- 
tain death ; or. Cocky doodler, a comedy in 

three acts. © lc 12-17-46 ; William L. 

Maner, jr., Richmond : D unp. 6554. 
MANEUVER incident. See Orlovitz, Gilbert. 
MANEUVERS on the desert. See Gross, Ed- 
win Arthur. 
MANFRED. See Schick, Elliot. 
MANHATTAN magic. /SeeriNIi'Mi.H-fceguMarion.Mk 
MANHATTAN project. /Sfee^vfj 5522 * 8 *^*' 

3 T ictor, Victor. ^sUAj^a\ef i^l 



See Murder 

See Bannis- 

See Brail- 



;rw 



Yates. Ray Baker. Atom and Eva 

MANKIND'S goal. See Crosser, Robert 

MANN, GUSTAV E. The legend of Sleepy 
Hollow, a farce comic opera in three acts. 
Written for symphony orchestra and opera 
soloists and chorus. © lc 3-11-46 ; Gustav 
E. Mann, Sylvania, O. ; D unp. 1025. 

MANN, KLAUS. The seventh angel, a play in 
three acts. © lc 10-12-46 ; Klaus Mann, 
New York : D unp. 5343. 

MANN, MICHAEL E. Bo, goose, bo. A play 
in three acts. © lc 5-20-46 ; Wilferd Earl 
Mann, Hermosa Beach, Calif. ; D unp. 3227. 

MANN, PHILLIP GRENVILLE. The seas be- 
tween, a radio play in' three acts. © lc 
8-31-46 ; Phillip Grenville Mann, Chats- 
wood, nr. Sydney, New South Wales ; D unp. 
4782. 

MANN, TIMOTHY. 

The educated torso, a play in three acts. 
© lc 1-15-46; Timothy Mann, New York; 
D unp. 886. 

The pork is rare, a new comedy in one 
act, six scenes. © lc 3-20-46 ; Timothy 
Mann, New York ; D unp. 2175. 

MANN. WILFERD EARL. Bo, goose, bo ! 
See Mann, Michael E. 

MANNERHOUSE. See Wolfe, Thomas. 

MANNERS, FLORINE LOUISE. Miss and 
forfeit. A dramatic skit for radio. © lc 
2-4-46 ; Florine Louise Manners, Chicago ; 
D unp. 930. 

MANNING, LANDON CARTER, JR. Fishin', 
a play in four scenes. © lc 5-15—46 ; Lan- 
don Carter Manning, jr., Brooklyn ; D unp. 
3309. 

MANNING, MARY. See Howe, Mary Manning. 

MANOIR, GEORGES, pseud. See Lalau, 
Georges. 



LE MANOIR de Gers. See Amiel, Denys. 

MANOOGIAN, HAIG P. The atom and the 
ostrich, a play in three acts. © lc 6-5-46 ; 
Haig P. Manoogian, Guilford, Conn. ; D unp. 
3414. 

THE MAN'S in love. -See Gelb, Phillip S. 

A MAN'S monument. See Eastman, Fred. 

MANTON, MARGARET, pseud. See Maginnis, 
Monica, sister. 

MANUEL Garcia. -See Darthes, Juan Fer- 
nando Camilo. 

MANUEL — the manual. See Jam Handy or- 
ganization, inc. 

MANUS, JACK. There are flowers enough for 
all. See Bierman, Bernard. 

MANY-CAVE mountain. See The Lone 
Ranger. No. 2131-1356. 

MANY happy returns. See Goldsmith, Betty 
Hart. 

MANY mansions. See James, Elizabeth 
Coates. 

MANY moons. See Chorpenning, Charlotte B. 
Jame Thurber's Many moons. 

MAR, MARVIN. Jane Huston, a play in three 
acts. © lc 8-8-46 ; Marvin Mar. New York ; 
D unp. 4487. 

MARA, MARGARET. As one woman to an- 
other. See De Lys, Claudia. 

THE MARCH hare who wanted to be an Eas- 
ter rabbit. See Bennett, Rowena Bastin. 
Six holiday plays. 

MARCHAND, JEAN PAUL. The triumphant 
road, the mystery of the holy sacrifice ; an 
explanation of the Mass on a 3-stages play. 
A pageant. © lc 2-2-46 ; Jean Paul Mar- 
chand, Saranac Lake, N. Y. ; D unp. 594. 

MARCHAND, LEOPOLD. I have killed. See 
Hinton. Jane. 

MARCHESE, VIRGINIA LOVELAND. Seek- 
ene, a play in two parts. © lc 8-19-46 ; 
Virginia Loveland Marchese, Oklahoma 
City : D unp. 4623. 

MARCIN, MAX. 

Crime doctor. For radio scripts in this 
series see Crime doctor. 

The vellow streak. See Pelletier, Louis. 
ARDI Gras. -See Follen, Josephine P. 
Laugh and learn. 

MARIA DE JESUS DE AGREDA, madre. La 
mistica ciudad de Dios, source title. See 
Draugelis, Simon John. The Blessed Virgin 
Mary, Mother of God. 

MARIA Mistretta. -See Eisner, Beatriz H. 
Theme extrnordinario. 

MARIANA. -See Steinhardt, Rebecca. 

MARIE ANTOINE. sister. The eternal way, 
the story of Our Lady of the Rosary of 
Fatima : a choric drama in seven scenes, 
prologue and epilogue. Musical score in- 
serted. © lc 3-24-46 ; Foreign mission 
sisters of St. Dominic, inc., Maryknoll,. 
N. Y. : D unp. 2212. 

MARIE Stuart. -See Bernard, Jean- Jacques. 

MARIJUNA. -See Fighting senator. No. 5. 

MARION, IRA So goes the nation, a play 
in three acts. © lc 7-24-46 ; Ira^M^rion, 
New York : D unp. 42.9JBL ^-<^S5aa 

MARION, LEE. -See/Miller, Lee MarTT 

MARITO e moglie. See Betti, Ugo. 

MARK and Maury. -See Wnlff. Robert G. 

MARK of angels. -See Schneider, Max Samuel. 
Miracle on Forgotten street. . 

THE MARK of Cain. -See Murder at midnight. 
No. 21. 

MARK Twain. See Sherman, Harold M. 

MARKET basket. See Lea, Margie. 

MARKEY, ALEXANDER. Heavenly road. 
-Sec Pasre, Sarah. 

MARKHAM, BILL. -See Altman, William 
Markham. 

MARKOWITZ, MILDRED. Glorya, a musi- 
cal play in two acts ; book by Mildred 
Marks [pseud.] music and lyrics by Ben 
Victor. Text only. © lc 2-6-46 ; Mildred; 



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Markowitz, Miami Beach, Fla. ; D unp. 

12384. 

MARKS (EDWARD B.> MUSIC CORPORA- 
TION. 

Eiyana. See Abraham, Paul. 
The hither and thither of Danny Dither. 
See North, Alex. 

MARKS, LEO DAVID. The German story, a 
radio drama. © lc 7-28-46 ; Leo David 
Murky, San Antonio ; D unp. 4840. 

MARKS, Leonard. 

God's happiest man, a play in three 
acts. © lc 6-4-46 ; Leonard Marks, New 
York ; D unp. 3728. 

Grandpa takes a hand, a play in three 
acts. © lc 4-6-46 ; Leonard Marks, New 
York ; D unp. 2544. 

Jeep Flaherty goes west, a play in three 
acts. © lc 3-6-46 ; Leonard Marks, New 
York ; D unp. 2101. 

A little like Lincoln, a play in three acts. 
© lc 10-7-46 ; Leonard Marks, New York ; 
D unp. 5611. 

MARKS, MILDRED, pseud. See Markowitz, 
Mildred. 

MARLOW, REGINALD HILL. The natural 
son, a drama in a prologue and two acts. 
© lc 8-31-46 ; Reginald Hill Marlow, New 
York ; new matter : revision : D unp. 6357. 
Previously registered 10-10-45 ; D unp. 
95425 

MARLOWE, REGINALD. See Marlow, Reg- 
inald Hill. 

MARLY, JEAN. Teacup tempest, a three act 
comedy-drama. © lc 5-21-46 : Jean Marly, 
New York ; D unp. 3356. 

MARQUAND, JOHN PHILLIPS. The late 
George Apley, a play by John P. Marquand 
and George S. Kaufman ; based on Mr. Mar- 
quand's novel. [New York] Dramatists 
play service [1946] 72 p. 19 cm. © 7- 
3-46 : 2c 7-12-46 ; John P. Marquand, New- 
buryport, Mass., and George S. Kaufman, 
New York ; new matter : revisions ; D pub. 
4152. Prev. reg. 10-19-44 : D unp. 91028. 

MARQUETTE. MABEL FARDELIERS. The 
maid of Pango Pango, an operetta of the 
South Seas in four acts ; book and lyrics by 
Mabel Marquette and Don Morito, music by 
Mabel Marquette. Text and music on sep- 
arate leaves. © lc 10-11-46 : Mabel Far- 
deliers Marquette, Los Angeles ; D unp. 
1099. 

MARRIAGE. See Clement, Victor. 

MARRIAGE can't happen in heaven. See 
Cawthra, Lillian. 

MARRIAGE clinic. See Rinaker. Marjorie M. 

THE MARRIAGE festival of Laszalo and 
Ilonka. See Deming, Jane. 

MARRIAGE masquerade. See Dr. Christian. 
No. 402. 

THE MARRIAGE of Figaro, a protasis to. 
See Benz. Hamilton. A protasis to the 
marriage of Figaro. 

MARRIAGE pro tern. See Gregg, Hazel Stel- 
zer. 

MARRIED at sunrise. See Kirkpatrick, John. 

MARRY the moon. See Blake, William Dor- 
sey. 

MARSHAK. SAMUEL. Twelve months, a 
play in four acts by S. Marshak, translated 
from the Russian bv Alexander Bakshy in 
collaboration with Paul S. Nathan. © lc 
2-22-46 : Alexander Bakshv, New York ; 
D unp. 868. 

MARSHALL, HOWARD E. The hump, by 
Howard E. Marshall and Myron G. Wood- 
worth. In 3 acts. © lc 9-21-44 ; Howard 
E. Marshall and Myron G. Woodworth, Kew 
Gardens. N. Y. : D unp. 90519. I 

MARSHALL MADELEINE. Lessons in lyric 
diction, prepared for the exclusive and lim- 
ited use of students of Madeleine Marshall 
at the Juillard school of music. © lc 8-2— 
46 : Madeleine Marshall, New York ; C 611. 



THE MARSHALL and the Cisco Kid. See 

The Cisco Kid. No. 99A. 
MARSHMAN, DONALD McGILL, JR. Poets 
corner, a comedy in three acts by Donald 
Marshman and T. O. Cole. © lc 9-17-46; 
Donald McGill Marshman, jr., New York ; D 
unp. 4933. 
MARTENS, ANNE (COULTER) [Full name : 
Anne Louise (Coulter) Martens] 

The autograph-chasers, a one-act comedy 
for girls by Rilla Carlisle [pseud.] Chicago, 
Dramatic publishing co. [1946] 27 p. 18% 
cm. © 8-2-46 ; 2c 8-8-46 ; Dramatic pub- 
lishing co., Chicago ; D pub. 4492. 

Don't open till Christmas. A comedy in 
one act by Rilla Carlisle [pseud.] Dramatic- 
publishing co. [1946] 31 p. diagrs. 18% 
cm. © 9-7-46 ; 2c 9-9-46 ; Dramatic pub- 
lishing co., Chicago ; D pub. 4853. 

The enchanted rose, a play in one act 
by Mary Lawrence [pseud.] Chicago, Dra- 
matic publishing co. [1946] 21 p. 18% 
cm. © 8-12-46 ; 2c 8-19-46 ; Dramatic pub- 
lishing co.„ Chicago ; D pub. 4604. 

Horatio Alger's Struggling upward; or, 
Luke Larkin's luck. A play in three acts, 
dramatized by Rilla Carlisle [pseud.] Chi- 
cago, Dramatic publishing co. [1946] 80 p. 
diagrs. 18% cm. © 9-14-46 ; 2c 9-26-46 ; 
Dramatic publishing co., Chicago ; D pub. 
• 5112. 

Little Miss Somebody, a play in three acts 
by Jane Kendall [pseud.] Chicago, Dra- 
matic publishing co. [1946] 67 p. diagrs. 
18% cm. Adapted from "The dust of the 
earth," by Katharine Kavanaugh. © 8—12— 
46 ; 2c 8-19-46 ; Dramatic publishing co., 
Chicago ; D pub. 4607. 

Make yourself at home, a comedy in three 
acts. Chicago, Dramatic publishing- co. 
[1946] 94 p. diagrs. 18% cm. © 10-11-46 ; 
2c 10-13-46 ; Anne Coulter Martens, Wash- 
ington, N. J. ; D pub. 5349. 

They tried him with pie, a comedy in one 
act by Rilla Carlisle [pseud.] Chicago, Dra- 
matic publishing co. [1946] 28 p. 18% cm. 
© 8-2-46 ; 2c 8-8-46 ; Dramatic publishing 
co., Chicago ; D pub. 4491. 

Wildcat Willie carves the turkey, a com- 
edy in one act. Chicago, Dramatic publish- 
ing co. [1946] 32 p. 18% cm. ©7-26-46; 
2c 8-8-46 ; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago ; D^ 
pub. 4493. 
MARTENS, GASTON-MARIE. 

Les gueux au paradis par G. M. Martens et 
Andre Obey ; comedje [en 3 actes] Paris, 
Bordas [1945] 71 p. front., illus. 21 cm. 
(Theatre de notre temps. Collection dirigee 
par Olivier Hussenot. 2. © 12-30-45 ; lc 
8-8-46 ; Editions Bordas, Paris ; D pub. 
6406. 

Les vengeurs, scenario pour film en trois 
parties. Ghent, Belgium, Printed by Snoeck- 
Ducaju and son [1943] 75 p. front. 23% 
cm. © lc 6-17-46 ; G. M. Martens, Ghent, 
Belgium ; D unp. 3656. 

La ville sans enfants, scenario pour film 
en quatre parties. Ghent, Belgium, Printed, 
by Snoeck-Ducaju and son [1943] 75 p. 
front. 23% cm. © lc 6-17-46 ; G. M. 
Martens, Ghent, Belgium ; D unp. 3657. 
MARTIN, DICK. Can you imagine. See 

Harcleroad, Grace Evelyn. 
MARTIN. ELISABETH, pseud. See Krautter, 

Elisa Bialk. 
MARTIN, FRANCIS B. Open, wide your arms, 
a play in three acts by Frank Martin. ©• 
lc 7-5-46 ; Francis B. Martin, Philadelphia ; 
D unp. 3914. 
MARTIN (HARWOOD) ADVERTISING 
AGENCY. Today in history. Radio script, 
Sept. 24, 1944. © lc 10-26-44 ; Hecht co.,. 
Washington; C 940. 



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MARTIN, MINERVA. Lots of room. See 

Phaneuf, Raymond F. 
MARTIN, PETER. See Murder at midnight. 
MARTIN, ROBERT S. The thought. See 

Roth, Karl Heinz. 
MARTIN, RUTH. La traviata. See Verdi, 

Giuseppe. 
MARTIN, THOMAS. La traviata. See Verdi, 

Giuseppe. 
MARTIN, WALLACE H. Easy street. See 

Hiatt, Howard H. 
MARTINEZ, FRANK VINCENTY. 

De Puerto Rico a Neuva York, comedia 

musical en dos actos. Text only. © lc 

8-13-46 : Frank Vincenty Martinez, Ponce, 

Puerto Rico ; new matter ; revisions ; D imp. 

4809. Prev. reg. Los Apuros de Tranquilina, 

o De Puerto Rico a Nueva York ; 5-16-38 ; 

D unp. 56963. 

El Doctor Quinbamba, comedia ligera en 

un acto. © lc 8-13-46 ; Frank Vincenty 

Martinez, Ponce, Puerto Rico ; D unp. 4808. 
MARTINEZ, JULITA. The enchanted castle, 

a dramatico-musical in one act. Text and 

music on separate leaves. © lc 6-4-46 ; 

Julita Martinez, Jackson Heights, N. Y. ; 

D unp. 1067. 
THE MARTYR child. See Rollin, Henri. 
MARVIN, JULIE. 

The adventures of Buzzy Bear and Peggy 

Penguin. Radio script. © lc 11-14-46 ; 

Julie Marvin and Irving E. Bizman, New 

York ; C 902. 

Report to the ladies ! Radio script. © 

lc 9-29-46 : Julie Marvin and Irving Biz- 
man, New York : D unp. 5177. 
MARY. JULES. Roger la honte. See Viot, 

Jacques. 
MARY or Scotland. See Boshco, Elinor Gene. 
MARY STUART. See Schiller, Johann Chris- 

toph Friedrich von. 
MARY SULLIVAN, detective. See Police- 
woman : Mary Sullivan, detective. 
MARY SULLIVAN of the homicide squad. 

See Policewoman : Mary Sullivan, detective. 
MARYKNOLL SISTERS NOVITIATE. See 

Foreign mission sisters of St. Dominic, inc. 
MA'S psychological moment. See Black, 

Leota Hulse. 
THE MASK rider. See Stephens, Clvde. 
MASKED deputy. See The Lone Ranger. No 

2153-1378. 
MASON. HARVARD R. 

Scrambles. Radio program nos. 1, 2. 

© lc each 3-9-46 ; Harvard R. Mason, 

Decatur, Ga. : C 591, 592. 

Scrambles. Radio script no. 1. © lc 

1-4-46 ; Harvard R. Mason, Decatur, Ga. ; 

C 37 
MASON. RUTH PUTNAM. The taker, a play 

in two acts. © lc 2-20-46 : Ruth Putnam 

Mason, New York : D unp. 761. 
MASON, SUSIE PIERCE. Old Nan 13, a one- 
act play with music. Text only. © lc 

4-27-46 ; Susie Pierce Mason, Flushing, 

N. Y. : D unp. 2868. 
MASQUERADE. See 

Carpenter, Edward Childs. 

Shame. Pauline. 

masqUeraders of the woodland 

TOWN AND COUNTRY CLUB. See Wood- 
land town and countrv club. Masqueraders. 

MASSEY. GEORGE BRAGG, JR. Training 
American youth for world citizenship. © 
lc 8-21-46 : George Bragg Massey, jn, 
Northbrook. 111. ; C 955. 

MASSMAN, BEN. 

Malkelah's chavarte, a Jewish musical 
farce in thrpe acts ; music by Ben Massman 
and Sol Leib, lyrics by Sol Leib. Text and 
music in separate volumes. Application 
title : Molkelah's chaviter. © lc 4-18-46 ; 
Sol Leib and Ben Massman, New Haven ; D 
unp. 1037. 



Molkelah's chaviter. See his Malkelah's 
chavarte. 

MASTER BUILDERS COMPANY. The story 
of slab 37. See Jam Handy organization, 
inc. 

THE MASTER passes by. See Bell, Helen 
Drusilla. 

MASTER Skylark. See Lockhart, Katharine. 

MASTERS, ANNE V., pseud. See Vie- 
meister, Anita E. 

MASTERS, GORDON, pseud. See Reuter, Ed- 
ward Louis Albert Otto. 

THE MASTER'S chair. See Elliot, Rand. 

MATE SKY, RALPH. Play ball, a musical 
baseball Comedy in two acts ; text and lyrics 
by Edward Hennessy, music by Ralph 
Matesky. Text and music on separate 
leaves. © lc 8-27-46 : Edward William 
Hennessv,.Compton. Calif.; D unp. 1086. 

MATHEWS, VERA, pseud. See Schoenbaum, 
v'fM**! A Fit* if* 

MATHIAS, PHILLIP. Oliver Twist ; or, The 
parish boy's progress. A play in three acts 
by Phillip Mathias, from the story by 
Charles Dickens, with many apologies to 
him. © lc 3-1-46 ; Anthony LoCicero, An- 
drew Saucier, Andrew Wong, d.b.a. Artists 
guild productions, San Francisco ; D unp. 
2689. 

MATRAY, MARIA. Helen of Joy, a musical 
comedy in six scenes, based on Jacques 
Offenbach's life and his music. Text only. 
© lc 4-18-46 : Maria Matray, Hollywood ; 
D unp. 3315. 

MATSON, ELSON LOWELL. Call me rebel, 
a play in three acts by Lowell Matson. © 
lc 9—13-46 ; Elson Lowell Matson, Iowa 
City. la. : D unp. 478S. 

MATSON, LOWELL. See Matson, Elson 
Lowell. 

MATSON, WILHELMINA. Heigh-ho holly. 
See Christie, Catherine A. 

MATTHEW PALMER, deceased. See The 
Sheriff. No. 71. 

MAUGHAM, DORA. 

Subway Romeo, a play in three acts, based 
on an idea of Lewis Lazowick. © lc 7-31- 
46 : Dora Maugham, Hollywood ; D unp. 
5389. 

With the demi tasse, a play in three acts, 
based on an idea of Lewis Lazowick. © lc 
6-23-46 : Dora Maugham, Hollywood ; D 
unp. 4655. 

MAUPASSANT, GUY DE. 

The necklace. See Popular science pub- 
lishing company, inc. 

The son-in-law. See Barnett, Paul. 

MAURETTE. MARCELLE. 

Celle qui revienf, conte fantastique en 
2 actes. © lc 5-8-46 : Marcelle Maurette. 
pseudo. de Mme. Becdelievre d'Indy ; Paris ; 
D unp. 4191. 

La tour d'amour, piece dramatique en 
deux actes d'apres le roman de Mme. 
Rachilde. © lc 5-8-46 ; Marcelle Maurette, 
pseudo. de Mme. Becdelievre d'Indy, Paris ; 
D unp. 4192. 

MAURIAC, FRANQOIS. Les mal aimes, 
piece en trois actes. Paris, Grasset [1945] 
206 p. 19 cm. © 11-30-45 ; lc 3-1-46 ; 
Editions Bernard Grasset, Paris, D pub. 
2335 

MAURY, ALFRED. See Maury, Curt Al- 
fred T. 

MAURY, CURT ALFRED T. No time for talk, 
a plav in three acts by Alfred Maury. © 
lc 4^12-46 ; Curt Alfred T. Maury, New 
York ; D unp. 3175. 

MAUZENS, FREDERIC. Le coffre-fort vl- 
vant. See Berr, Georges. 

A MAVERICK for the Cisco Kid. See The 
Cisco Kid. No. 87A. 

MAW BAKER'S pies. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. No. 394. 



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DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS, LECTURES 



MAXFIELD, JOHN. Leaves fall on October, 

a drama in two acts. © lc 12-1-46 ; John 

Max field, Springfield Gardens. N. Y. ; D imp. 

6333. 

MAX IE on the merry-go-round. See Liss, 

Joseph. 
MAXIE taxi. See Weldon, Martin. 
MAXON, HELEN HITCHCOCK. One hun- 
dred years, the story of an era : a dramatic 
work in prologue and five parts. © lc 5- 
13—40. Helen Hitchcock Maxon, Honolulu ; 
D unp. 3072. 
MAXWELL, CAROLE, pseud. See Mc- 
Cracken, Grace E. 
MAY I ask why? See Lindsay. Donald. 
MAY it please the court. See Levy, Newman. 
MAYBE you're wrong. See Crust, Anita Wal- 

trip. 
MAYER, JEROME. Now I lay me down to 

sleep. See Ryan, Elaine. 
MAYER, Natalie. 

Fantasy, the Princess and the willow tree ; 
a musical playlet for children, ages 11-15, 
lyrics and music by Natalie Mayer. New 
York, Charting, c 1946. 10 p. 27 cm. 
(The Charling musical playlet series) © 
11-13-46 ; 2c 11-17-46 ; Charling music 
Corp., New York ; D unp. 1133. 

A Mother Goose dream, a musical playlet 
for children ages 4-7. Lyrics and music by 
Natalie Mayer. New York, Charling, 1946. 
9 p. diagr. 27% cm. The Charling musi- 
cal playlet series) © 8-12-46: 2c 8-14-46; 
Charling music Corp., New T York ; D. pub. 
1093. 

MAYER. PEGGY L. See The return of Nick 
Carter. 

MAYFIELD, SARA MARTIN. The private 
life of Mona Lisa, a play in three acts. © 
lc 4-22-46 : Sara Martin Mayfield, Tuska- 
loosa, Ala. ; D. unp. 2728. 

MAYFLOWER BOY. See Harris, Ellen. 

MAYNE, J. H. The Convair — 240. See Wild- 
ing picture productions, inc. 

MAZEN, ABE. 

Slapstick rides again, a plav in two acts. 
© lc 3-14-46 ; Abe Mazen, West New York, 
N. J. : D unp. 2126. 

A songwriter's report. Address. © lc 
11-13-46 ; Abe Mazen, West New York, 
N. J. ; C 864. 

ME brand new cab. See Cohen. Elliot J. 

ME the sleeoer. See Balch, Jack. 

ME. too. See Beyer, William Henry. 

MEADER, STEPHEN WARREN. Trap lines 
north. See Piatt, Helen. 

MEADOW. LEON. See Murder at midnight. 

MEADOWCROFT, ENID LA MONTE. Bv 
wagon and flatboat. See Schmidt, Doro- 
thy C. 

MEAT the people. See Phillips. Irving. 

MECCA. See Abeken. Rodowe H. 

THE MECHANICS OF THINKING. See Sil- 
ver. Aaron Henrv. 

MEDEA. See Euripides. 

MEDICAL benefits from atomic energv. See 
Franck. James. 

MEDICAL research during the war. See 
Richards. Alfred Newton. 

MEDICINE man. See Silverman. Stanley H. 

MEDITERRANEE. See Haurigot, Paul. 
Theatre, t. 2. 

MEDUSA girl. See Wilmot, Walter, jr. 

THE MEED of the mooter. See Weil, Ray- 
mond. 

MEEDS of honor. See Hamilton, Delbert W 
MEEHAN, JOHN, JR. Mr. Dullard talks 
back, a play in one act by John Meehan, jr. 
and L. M. Corcoran. © lc 12-12-46 : Cor- 
coran productions, inc., New York : D unp. 
6527. 
MEEK, NEAL LAWRENCE. A bov with a 
drum ; a musical fantasy, by Neal Du Brock 
[pseud.] Text only. © lc 2-27-46; Neal 



Lawrence Meek, North Hollywood, Calif. ; 
D unp. 869. 

MEET Abigail Bishop. See Spurr, Frank 
Floyd. 

MEET Harry. See Klee, Lawrence M. 

MEET the Middletons. See St. Clair, Robert. 

iMEETER. LEONARD. 

Butter side clown, a farce in three acts. 
© lc 1-19-46 ; Leonard Meeter, Upper 
Darby. Pa. ; new matter : revision ; D unp. 
274. Prev. reg. 7-9-40 ; D unp. 70749. 

The caprices of Marianne, a play in nine 
scenes by Alfred de Musset ; set hi another 
play in seven scenes by Leonard Meeter. 
© lc 10-29-46 ; Leonard Meeter, Upper 
Darby, Pa. ; D unp. 5692. 

Life is dangerous, a play in seven scenes. 
© lc 6-29-46 ; Leonard Meeter, Upper 
Darby, Pa. ; D unp. 3790. 

War correspondent, a comedy in three 
acts. © lc 1-27-46 ; Leonard Meeter, Up- 
per Darby, Pa. ; D unp. 411. 

MEGAREE. See Druon. Maurice. 

MEGEE, JOHN. Plant it where it grows 
best. Film script. © lc 5-20—46 ; Corcoran 
productions, inc., New York; D unp. 3182. 

MEIDELL, HJALMAR. Before dawn, a play 
in three acts by Hjalmar Meidell, translated 
from the Norwegian by Astrid Rosing Saw- 
yer. © lc 10-25-46 ; Astrid Rosing Saw- 
yer, Chicago : D unp. 5594. 

MEISELAS, LESTER. 

Escape from reality. Radio version 
no. 1. © lc 3-23-46 ; Lester Meiselas, 
Brooklyn ; D unp. 2497. 

I live in fear. Radio script. © lc 3-30- 

46 : Lester Meiselas, Brooklyn : D unp. 2427. 
MEKTOUB. See Toulout, Jean. 
MELCHER, MARGUERITE FELLOWS. Just 

outside, a play in one act. © lc 12-8-46 ; 

Marguerite Fellows Melcher, Montclair r 

N. J. ; D unp. 6446. 
MELEH YISRAEL, source title. See Citron, 

Samuel J. The cave of the King. 
MELFORD. AUSTIN. Your face is familiar 

and other sketches. London, Fox [1946] 

47 p. 21 1 /2 cm. (No. 384) Contents. — ■ 
Your face is familiar. — Utility suit, or No 
pockets. — Finessing the knave. — Such a nice 
young lady. — Private enquiry.- — It's a hard 
life — the films. — Good morning, darling. — 
The brains trussed.^ — Secret agent H2S. — 
The interpreter. — The prize giving. — Oakie 
dope. © 6-22-46 ; lc 11-29-46 ; Samuel 
French, ltd., London ; D pub. 6296. 

THE MELODY I found. See Easton. Sidney. 

MELODY man. See Lampe, Helen. 

MEMBERS only. See Fenton, Charles. 

MEMORIES in swimtime. See Drummond. 
Betty Dunbar. Water fashion parade. 

MEMORIES of Galilee. See Abeken, Rodowe 
H. 

MEN and models. See Goheen, Margaret R. 

MENDICK, CHARLES. Voice in the wind, a 
play in two acts. © lc 1-11-46 ; Charles 
Mendick, New York ; D unp. 165. 

MENDOLA, DOMINIC FRANCIS. Back in 
stride, a comedy drama in three acts. © lc 
3-29-46 ; Dominic Francis Mendola. New 
York ; D unp. 2426. 

MENDREK, WILLIAM* The man who stole 
Sixth avenue. See Black, Walter. 

MENKIN, LAWRENCE. 

Fighting senator. For radio scripts in 
this series see Fighting senator. 

S'tarling of the White House, the story 
of a Kentuckian who guarded five presi- 
dents over a period of thirty years, by 
Lawrence Menkin and Paul F. Adler. 
Radio script. © lc 8-16-46 ; Paul F. Adler, 
New York ; D unp. 4548. 

MEN'S clothing commercials. See Smithson, 
Lloyd. 

MENSONGE. See Amiel, Denys. 

MENTAL baseball. See Belyea, Harrv Alton. 



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MENTAL hospitals. See Fighting senator. 
No. 1. 

MENTAL marathon. See Ross, Robert. 

MERCATOR, source title. See Wilmurt, Ar- 
thur. The merchant. 

MERCEY, ELENA. Rosanne Hall, a comedy 
in three acts. © lc 11-25-46 ; Elena Mer- 
cey, Washington ; D unp. 6206. 

MERCHANDISING atmosphere. See Wild- 
ing picture productions, inc. 

MERCHANDISING sells ice cream. See 
Fernald, Alan R. 

THE MERCHANT. See Wilmurt, Arthur. 

THE MERCHANT of Venice. See Shake- 
speare, William. 

MERCURY, MICHAEL, pseud. See Mallis, 
Alexander Hagi. 

MERCURY ENTERPRISES, INC. Around 
the world in 80 days. See Porter, Cole. 

MEREDITH, ISAAC HICKMAN. 

The birthday of Jesus ; text by Edith 
Hull Pearl, music bv I. H. Meredith. New 
York, Tullar-Meredith, c 1946. 8 p. 23 cm. 
At head of title : A primary program for 
Christmas. © 7-29-46 ; 2c 9-21-46 ; 
Tullar-Meredith co., New York ; D pub. 
1103. 

Jesus loves me, Children's day pageant 
for younger children, by May M. Brewster ; 
music by I. H. Meredith. New York, Tullar- 
Meredith [1946] 15 p. 22% cm. © 
3-30-46 : 2c 5-16-46 ; Tullar-Meredith co., 
New York ; D pub. 1065. 

Return to Bethlehem, a Christmas pag- 
eant by Valeria R. Lehman ; music by I. H. 
Meredith. New York, Tullar-Meredith, 
c 1946. 23 p. 22 cm. Songs: p. 16-[24] 
© 7-29-46 ; 2c 9-21-46 ; Tullar-Meredith 
co., New York ; D pub. 1102. 

MEREDITH. WILLIAM. 

Stairway to the stars. Radio script. May 
3, 1946. © lc 5-6-46 : Crosley corp., Cin- 
cinnati : C 409. 

Sunnyside revue, by \Bill Meredith. 
Audition script, Nov. 29, 1946. © lc 
12-1-46 ; Crosley broadcasting corp., Cin- 
cinnati : C 947. 

Today's notebook. Audition script. © 
lc 9-22-46 ; Crosley corp., Cincinnati ; C 
771. 

We must be vigilant. Radio script. May 
5. 1946. © lc 5-9-46 ; Crosley corp., Cin- 
cinnati ; C 445. 

MERELY players. See Phillips, Ruth. 
MEREWETHER, JOHN A. They cut you 
down alone, a drama in three acts. © lc 
7-26-46 ; John A. Merewether, Ann Arbor, 
Mich. : D unp. 4302. 
MERICAT and Mormonee. See Miller, Selma 
Nancy. Mormon Rose. 

MERIMEE, PROSPER. Camila's coach, a 
play in one scene. Translation by Edmond 
W. Rickett of "Le carosee du Saint Sacra- 
ment," by Prosper Merimee. 33 leaves. © 
lc 6-4-46 ; Edmond W. Rickett, New York ; 
D unp. 3407. 

MERLING. HOWARD. 

Longshot, a play in two parts. © lc 
1-11-46 ; Howard Merling, Minneapolis ; D 
unp. 160. 

Undercurrent, a play in three acts. © lc 
10-18-46 ; Howard Merling, Minneapolis ; 
D unp. 5513. 

MERMAIDS singing. See Van Druten, John. 

THE MERMAN of Coomballow. See House of 
mystery, Dec. 15, 1945. 

MERRELL, MARION CALKINS. Love is a 
patron, a play in three acts by Clinch 
Calkins [pseud.] © lc 10-25-46; Marion 
Calkins Merrell, McLean, Va. ; D unp. 5595. 

MERRILL, IRVING ROGERS. Hurrah for 
the Iowa irregulars, an Iowa centennial show 
of Civil war days. 16 leaves. © lc 8—5- 
46 ; Irving Rodgers Merrill, Ames, la. ; D 
unp. 4373. 



MERRILL. M. H. See 

Challenge of the Yukon. 
The Lone Ranger. 
MERRILY we love. See Brahms, Natalie. 
MERRITT, MAL, pseud. See Maloney, Mer- 

ritt £. 
MERRY Christmas, Elizabeth. See Evans, 

Dorothy Gene Godfrey. 
THE MERRY Englishman. See Saad, Charles 

Khalil. 
MERRY-GO-ROUND club. See Brown, Dave. 
THE MERRY widower. See Batten, Jeanne. 
MERWIN, GRACE HASKINS. Global-fash- 
ions, a fantasy. Television presentation or 
fashion movie short. 6 leaves. © lc 3-15- 
46 ; Grace Haskins Merwin, Pittsburgh ; 
D. unp. 2122. 
MESMER. See Stuart, Morna. 
MESSAGE for Margaret. See Parish, James. 
A MESSAGE from Santa. See Buthorn, Mark 

Frederick. 
MESSER, RICHARD E. The magic lamp. See 

Hampton, Orville H. 
MESSRS. Scotty. See Rubley, Frances Bech- 

ler. 
MESSRS. Shubert present. See Young and 

Shubert, inc. 
MESSINE, VICTOR. Eclipse. See Leppard, 

Lois. 
METCALF, PAUL C. 

The moon and the fire, a play in two acts 
and prologue. © lc 1-15-46 ; Paul C. Met- 
calf, Cambridge, Mass. ; D unp. 218. 

Stars of the earth, a play in four acts. 
© lc 2-28-46 ; Paul C. Metcalf, Cambridge, 
Mass. ; D unp. 880. 
METCALFE, FELICIA. Dear papa ! A com- 
edy in three acts. Cedar Rapids, la.. Heuer, 
=1946. Ill p. diagr. 19 cm. © 9-18- 
46 : 2c 10-10-46 ; Edward I. Heuer, Cedar 
Rapids, la. ; D pub. 5261. 
METCALFE, LEIGH. All good men are mar- 
ried, an original play in three acts. © lc 
l_22-46 ; Leigh Metcalfe, Dayton, O. ; D 
unp. 272. 
METH, SAUL HAROLD. Objective beauty, 
a fifteen minute radio program. © lc 12- 
4-45 : Saul Harold Meth, New York : C 43. 
METRO. PIGALLE. See Davis, Charles 

Twitchell. 
METZ, ZACHARY. General Benjamin Frank- 
lin, a radio play. (Cavalcade of America, 
Sept. 16, 1946) © lc 11-13-46: E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & co., Wilmington, Del. ; 
D unp. 5915. 
METZGER, MARIANNE CHRISTINE. The 
maddest profession, a comedy in three acts. 
© lc 9-2-46: Mnrianne Christine Metzger, 
Marceline, Mo. ; D unp. 4784. 
MEXICAN children. See Encyclopaedia bri- 

tannica films, inc. 
MEXICAN Independence day. See Lewis, 

Jessica. The world is listening series. 
MEXICO. See Young, Rex P. 
MEYER, ANNIE NATHAN. Genesis I. 27, a 
plav in three acts. © lc 4-19-45 : Annie 
Nathan Meyer, New York : new matter : re- 
vision ; D. unp. 6355. Prev., reg. Full 
circle, 10-18-33 ; D. unp. 25125. 
MEYER, ARTHUR E. Lubricating pressed- 
metal production machinery, an address be- 
fore the National convention of the Ameri- 
can society of lubrication engineers, Chicago, 
Apr. 5 and 6, 1946. © lc 2-8-46 ; Arthur 
E. Meyer, Los Angeles ; C 379. 
MEYER, HANS BRUNO. And so can you, a 
musical comedy in two acts. Text and mu- 
sic on separate leaves. © lc 6-3-46 : Hans 
Bruno Meyer, New York : D unp. 1056. 
MEYERS, DANIEL A. Mr. Pushover of New 
York, a play in two acts by Dan Meyers ; an 
adaptation of Timon of Athens, by William 
Shakespeare. © lc 8-20-46 ; Daniel A. 
Meyers, New York ; D unp. 4779. 



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MIAMI BEACH. FLA., RADIO STATION 

WKAT. See Katzentine, A. Frank. 
MICHAELIS, ARNOLD. Court of special 

gripes. See Turner, E. Alfred. 
MICHAELIS, KARIN. Dangerous age. See 

Ellis. Edith. 
MICHEAUX, OSCAR. The case of Mrs. Win- 
gate, a play in throe acts based on the best- 
selling hovpI of tbe same name. © lc 7— 
1J-46 ; Oscar Micheaux, New York ; D unp. 
4009. 
MICHEL, ALBIN, Jason suivi de Argos. See 
Poucherol, E. 

MICHELLE. BARRIE, pseud. See Levy, 
Charles Samuel. 

MICHELSON. LOTTIE. The big wind, a corn- 
ed" in three acts. © lc 7-10-46 : Lottie 
Michelson, New York ; D unp. 4006. 

MICHIGAN MASONIC HOME. Port Com- 
fort. See Jam Handv organization, inc. 

MICHNOFF, DAVID NATHAN. Are you an 
inventor? Radio script. © lc 9-1-46: 
David N. Michnoff, Brooklvn ; C 654. 

MICROPHONIA. See Brown, Frank Robin- 
son. 

MICROWAVES. See DuBridge. Lee Alvin- 

THE MIDDLE button. See Faulkner, Anne I. 

THE MIDDLE states. See Encyclopaedia 
britanniea films, inc. 

THE MIDDLE window. See Pillot, Eugene. 

MIDDLEBROOK, DOUGLAS PERCIVAL. 

Love among the ruins, a comedy in two 
acts. © lc 7-14-46; Douglas Percival Mid- 
dlebrook, Evanston, 111. ; D unp. 4061. 

The two trials of Massachusetts, a six 
scene play about intolerance. © lc 11-3— 
46 ; Douglas Percival Middlebrook, Port 
Richmond, N. Y. ; D unp. 5823. 

MIDNIGHT battle with the shee-fish. See 
Reeves, Zoe. 

MIGGLES. See George, Charles. 

MIGRAINE. See Exploring the unknown, 
June 16, 1946. 

MIHURA, MIGUEL. El caso de la mujer 
asesinadita, comedia en tres actos de Miguel 
Mihura and I. G. Laiglesias. © lc 5-16- 
46 : Miguel Mihura. Madrid ; D unp. 3142. 

MILES, HENRY. Sheepskin patrol, a new 
farce comedy in three acts by Henry Miles 
and Charles Horner [pseud.] © lc 6-21- 
46 : Henry Miles and Charles Horine, New 
York ; D unp. 3678. 

MILES, MARGOT. Sunset to sunrise. See 
Miley, Vincent Arthur. 

MILEY, VINCENT ARTHUR. 

The damsel and the devil, a play in six 
scenes. © lc 8-30-46 ; Vincent Arthur 
Miley, Los Angeles : D unp. 4748. 

Sunset to sunrise, a play in three acts, 
edited by Margot Miles. Abbreviated ver- 
sion. © lc 10-8-46 ; Vincent Arthur Miley, 
Los Angeles : D unp. 5232. 

MILLAR, CATHARINE. See McCurdey, 
Catharine Millar. 

MILLAR. LYDIA. Song of songs which is 
Solomon's, a dramatization in five acts. © 
lc 10-29-46 ; Lydia Millar, Chico, Calif. ; 
D unp. 5690. 

THE MILLENNIUM. See Harvey, Leveridge. 

MILLER, ALBERT G. 

Old Lady Robbins, a play in three acts, 
six scenes. © lc 3-3-46 ; Albert G. Miller, 
New York ; D unp. 962. 

The shaggy dog, a play with music by 
Albert G. Miller and Carley Mills. Text 
only. © lc 4-24-46 : Albert G. Miller and 
Carley Mills, New York ; D unp. 2727. 

MILLER, ARLENE. 

Angel in disguise. See Allen, Aria. 
Off the record. See Allen, Aria. 

MILLER. ARTHUR. The sign of the archer, a 
play in three acts. © lc 10-15-46 ; Arthur 
Miller. New York ; D unp. 5403. 

MILLER. BEULAH LEOTHA. In the begin- 
ning, a play in one scene. © lc 5-23-46; 



Beulah Leotha Miller, Owosso, Mich. ; D unp. 
3273. 

MILLER (BILL) INC. See The Youngstown 
hour. 

MILLER, CAROLYN. Ah, senorita ; a play in 
six scenes by Carolyn Miller and Rowena 
Richards. © lc 2-13-46 ; Rowena Richards, 
Lake Bluff, 111., and Carolyn Miller, Wash- 
ington ; D. unp. 672. 

MILLER, CHARLES EDWARD, JR. Hus- 
bands are poor lovers, a farce in three acts 
and six scenes. © lc 12-5-46 ; Charles Ed- 
ward Miller, jr., South Orange, N. J. ; D unp. 
6449. 

MILLER, FLOYD. No island paradise. See 
First nighter, Feb. 16, 1946. 

MILLER. FRANCES ALEXANDER. Present 
enchantment, a play in three acts, six 
scenes, by F. Alexander and J. Miller. © 
lc 8-11-46 ; Joseph William Miller and 
Frances Alexander Miller, Stony Point, 
N. Y. ; D unp. 4503. 

MILLER, HENRY WISE. Cinderella, a play 
in two acts. © lc 11—9—46 ; Henry Wise 
Miller, Butler, N. J. ; D imp. 5922. 

MILLER, HERMAN A. The mystic needle, a 
one act play. © lc 6-7—46 ; Herman Mil- 
ler, Los Angeles ; D unp. 3478. 

MILLER, JACK. See Miller, Jacob. 

MILLER, JACOB. The cavalier, a Dutch- 
costume play by Jack Miller ; based on 
some of the characters and dialogue sug- 
gested by Dora Hellman in her play, Por- 
traits in oil. © lc 1-8-46 ; Jacob (Jack) 
Miller, Brooklyn ; D unp. 121. 

MILLER, JILL. The octoroon, a play in three 
acts by Dion Boucicault ; new acting version 
by Jill Miller. © lc 12-5-46 ; Jill Miller, 
Mahopac, N. Y. ; D unp. 6432. 

MILLER, JOHN E. The search for love, a 
play in three acts based on the life of 
George Sand. © lc 9-23-46 : John E. Mil- 
ler, Orange, N. J. ; D unp. 4986. 

MILLER. JOHN R. 

Practically imperfect, story of a girl 

named Fluff, series I. Radio scripts. © lc 

each 2-2-46 ; John R. Miller, Oak Park, 111. 

Day for regret and reflection. D unp. 

500. 

Front page final. D unp. 498. 
School daze. D unp. 501. 
Uneventful night. D unp. 499. 

MILLER, JOSEPH WILLIAM Present en- 
ch antme nt. See Miller. Frances Alexander. 

M&LSK-. LEETMARiON- Manhattan magic, 

s a play in three acts rJy~"Lee Marion and Mary 

Ellen Miller. © lc 1-29-46 ; Lee Marion 

and Mary Ellen Miller, New York ; D unp. 

420. 

MILLER. MADGE. The Princess and the 
swineherd, an adaptation in three acts. 
Chicago, Dramatic publishing co. [1946] 
70 p. IS 1 /* cm. © 10-28-46 ; 2c 11-15-46 ; 
Madge Miller, Pittsburgh ; D pub. 6068. 

MILLER, MARY ELLEN. ManhattjaiLjnasi 




y in three acts. © lc 7-12- \^<-*W 
Allen Miller, Columbus, O. ; \3 



See Milled Loo Marion,Lee.O/we»\Mt^Xn*. {&W £?**■** 
MILLER, MAURICE ALLEN^ Sweet " W il- X ^"f, ) 

liam, a comedy 

46 ; Maurice 

D unp. 4014. 
MILLER. MORTON ARTHUR. I wanna go 

home, a comedy in three acts. © lc 2—7—46 ' 

Morton Arthur Miller, Long Beach, N. Y. ; 

D unp. 615. 
MILLER, NELSON. Shopping news of the 

air. Radio script. © lc 11-27-46 ; Nelson 

Miller, New York ; D unp. 6241. 
MILLER. PATSY RUTH. Windy hill, a play 

in three acts. © lc 7-15-46 ; Patsy Ruth 

Miller, Encino, Calif. : D unp. 4063. 
MILLER, SELMA NANCY. Mormon Rose : 

or, Mericat and Mormonee. A musical play 

in three acts. Text only. © lc 9-9-46 : 

Selma Nancy Miller, New York ; D unp. 

5527. 



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MILLER, SIGMUND. 

Circus clay, a radio play. (Cavalcade of 
America, Apr. 8, 1946) © lc 9-25-46; E. 
I. du Pont de Nemours & co., Wilmington, 
Del. ; D unp. 5040. 

Murder at midnight. For radio scripts 
in this series see Murder at midnight. 

MILLER, WILLIAM S. See The Youngstown 
hour. 

A MILLION marching men. See Lewis, Jes- 
sica. The world is listening series. 

MILLMAN, DAVID. 

The immortal Mr. King, a psychological 
comedy in three acts. © lc 3—7—46: David 
Millman, New York ; new matter ; revision ; 
D unp. 946. Prev. reg. Mr. King's English, 
1-30-43 ; D unp. 83162. 

The immortal Mr. King, a psychological 
comedy in three acts. © lc 7—19—46 ; David 
Millman, New York ; new matter : revisions ; 
D unp. 4166. 

Will Shakespeare boards the stage. A 
revised version of The merry ghost from 
Stratford, and Will Shakespeare returns. 
In four acts. © lc 9-1-46 ; David Millman, 
New York ; D unp. 4761. Earliest prev. reg. 
8-19-37, D unp. 51428. 

MILLS, CARLEY. The shaggy dog. See Mil- 
ler, Albert G. 

MILLS, PARMELIA MARGARET. On to 
Oregon, a one act play. © lc 8-26-46 ; 
Parmelia Margaret Mills, Seattle ; D unp. 
5433. 

MILNE, IDELLE. You guessed it. See 
Dixon, Hume. 

MILNER, LUCILLE B. v 

The strange case of Mr. Macgregor, a 
courtroom drama in three acts, © lc 3-4— 
46 : Lucille B. Milner, New York ; D unp. 
932. 

The strange case of Mr. Macgregor, a 
courtroom drama in two acts. © lc 4—10— 
46 ; Lucille B. Milner, New York ; new mat- 
ter : revisions : D unp. 3314. 

MILO. pseud. See Brandon, Arthur Jay. 

MILSTEAD, WALLACE L. 

And life goes on, a play in three acts. 
© lc 9-25-46 : Wallace L. Milstead, New 
York ; D unp. 5093. 

Cubalo, a play in three acts. © lc 4-11— 
46 : W. L. Milstead, New York ; D unp. 
2555. 

Poison ivy, a play in three acts. © lc 
5-18-46. Wallace L. Milstead, New York ; 
D unp. 3181. 

MILTON, BURT. This love business. See 
Newman, Adele. 

MILTON, GEORGE FORT. The age of hate, 
source title. See Cassidy, Appolonia H. 
Conflict, the a?e of hate. 

MILTON, PAUL. See Exploring the un- 
known. 

MILWARD. ELIZABETH. The captain's 
wife, a plav in three acts. © lc 2-19-46 ; 
Elizabeth Milwarcl, New York : D unp. 724. 

MIND over murder. See The Shadow, Mar. 
31. 1946. 

MIND vour own business. See Wilson, Allen. 

MINDEL. JOSEPH. See Exploring the un- 
kn own . 

MINELDA-in-the-barley. See Hopkins, Paul- 
ine Mackie. 

THE MINISTER'S daughter. See Hubbard, 
Haven. 

MINNEAPOLIS-HONEYWELL regulator com- 
pany. Seven kevs to comfort. See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 

MINOR incident. See Blau, Milton. 

MINTZ EVROM ALLEN. A h^py ending: 
comedy in one act, suggested by a story of 
the same name bv Anton Chekhov. Boston, 
Baker's plavs : [etc., 19461 21 r>. 19 cm. 
(Baker's nlavs for amateurs) © 8—7-46 ; 
2c 8-8-46 • Walter H. Baker co., Boston : 
D nnb. 4540. 

MINUS the middle. See Kilbride, Percy. 



THE MINX from Missouri. See Tobias, Jay. 

MIRACLE. See Bernstein, Rudolph I. 

THE MIRACLE in belief. See Ricos, Mildred. 
H pistis kanei thaumata. 

MIRACLE OF LOVE. See Celesti, John. 

THE MIRACLE of the fiery furnace. See Gen- 
eral mills, inc. 

THE MIRACLE of the Nativity. See Schram, 
Ralph L. 

MIRACLE on Forgotten street. See Schnei- 
der, Max Samuel. 

MIRAMOVA, ELENA. See Moore, Elena 
Miramova. 

MIRANDA, EDGARD DA ROCHA. Not 
I . . . ! A play in three acts. © lc 5-13— 
46 ; Edgar d da Rocha Miranda, Rio de 
Janeiro, Brazil : D unp. 3026. 

MIRANDA. See Welshans, Winnifred Guise. 
Heroes of the Americas. 

MIRANDE, YVES. Pas un mot a la reine- 
mere : comedie en trois actes de Mm. Yves 
Mirande et Maurice Goudeket. © lc 5-8-46 ; 
Yves Mirande pseudo. de Yves Le Querrec ; 
Maurice Goudeket, Paris ; D unp. 4195. 

A MIRROR for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 
Kid. No. 27A. 

A MIRROR for the skv. See West, Jessamyn, 

MIRROR on the wall. See Schoenfeld, Ber- 
nard C. 

MISCELLANEOUS services offered by banks 
and bankers. See Keeping up with the Wig- 
glesworths. No. 51. 

MISCHIEF in fez. See Lockhart, Katharine. 

THE MISERABLE critter. See Brown, Rich- 
ard Walter. 

LES MISERABLES. See Popular science 
publishing companv, inc. 

THE MISLAID princess. See MacDonald, 
Dora Mary. 

MISLE, source title. See Roth. Karl Heinz. 
The thought. 

MISROCK, HENRY R. Family affair, a play 
in three acts. © lc 6-13-46 : Henry R. Mis- 
rock. New York ; D unp. 3542. 

MISS Ainsley in charge. See Sirota, Elsie. 

MISS Alexander. See Guild, Helene Heath- 
cote. Children in art. 

MISS and forfeit. See Manners, Florine- 
Louise. 

MISS Chatterbox. See Caldwell, Fred. 

MISS Emmeline takes off, source title. See 
Wood. Peggy. Heavens above. 

MISS Hippocrates. See Sherbowskv, David. 

THE MISS in the weather. See Hogan, 
Frank. 

MISS Minnie. See Dr. Christian. No. 375. 

MISS Mischief. See Guild. Helene Heathcote, 
Children in art. 

MISS Posey from Poseyville. See George, 
Charles. 

MISS Sally. See Bridgers. Ann Preston. 

MISS Tiverton writes another play. See Rey- 
nolds. Alice P. 

MISS United Nations. See Fleming, John. 

MISSING in action. See Wellman, Coe R. 

THE MISSING link. See Ernst, Arthur. 

MISSION accomplished. See Dr. Christian. 
No. 370. 

MISSION completed. See Smith. Dorothv. 

THE MISSION of the Magi. See Commons, 
E. L. 

MISSION to Heaven. See Aunt Jenny's real 
life stories, nos. 2434-2438. 

MISSISSIPPI orchard. See Barrier, Edsar. 

A MISTAKE for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 
Kid. No. 11. 

MISTAKEN identity. See The Green Hornet. 
No. 764. 

MR Atwell's assignment. See Madden, Harry 
Tiirotny. 

MR. Benson, case history. See Parker, Sam. 
Dr. Parker presents Out of the dark. 

MR. Bulfinch presents. See Weinberg, Al- 
vin T. 

MR. Butterflv. See Wvlie. Evan. 

MISTER Clay. See Best, Charles Monroe, jr.. 



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MR. Conyngham sweeps the seas. See Hughes, 

Russell. , , 

MK. Dullard talks back. See Meehan, John, 

MK. Evers tinkers with chance. See Welds, 
.Maurice Wilson. 

MK. Handel on the Thames. See Kerr, Kus- 
seil Master. • . 

MISTER Jaloppy. See Maddeu, Benjamin 
Eilicott. 

MK Justice Holmes, source title, bee 
Lavery, EiumSt. The maguiticent Yankee. 

MK. Liddinglon is betrayed. See The She- 
riff. No. 79. 

MK. Lincoln and the rabbi. See Ihe eternal 
light. No. 19. 

MK. Lucifer. See Goodhew, Jonathan George. 

MK. Pipps and the pink elephant. See fcLC- 
Kinney, John Kobert. 

MK. Pushover of New York. See Meyers, 
Daniel A. TT 

MISTER Kutledge. See Dunn, Halbert 
Brandner. „ 

MK. Sourpuss. See Dr. Christian. Ao. 374. 

MK. Srubbickle from Chi. See Kolbe, Morris 

MR. TRAVEL, INC., pseud. See Young, Rex 

LA MISTICA ciudad de Dios, source title. 

Sec Draugelis, Simon John. The Blessed 

Virgin Mary, Mother of God. 
THE MISTRAL. See Westerkamp, Richard F. 
MRS. L, case history. See Parker, Sam. Dr. 

Parker presents Out of the dark. 
MRS. Lambert, case history. See Parker, 

Sam. Dr. Parker presents Out of the dark. 
MRS. Mathilde Wesendonk. See Wagner, 

Richard, 
MRS. Parkington. See Lux radio theatre, 

Nov. 25. 1946. 
MRS. Protheroe. See Tarkington, Booth. 

The man on horseback. 
MRS. Seldon returns. See Watters, Joseph 

Anthony. 
MITCHELL. GEORGE. Doughnuts and 

paint. See Waren, Helen. 
MITCHELL, LOFTEN. Blood in the night, a 

plav in three acts. © lc 3-6-46 ; Loften 

Mitchell. New York ; D unp. 2182. 
THE MITTEN. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

No. 433. 
MIXED marriage. See Feith, Erwin Peter. 

Sauerkraut-seeds. 
MOASE. GEORGE HEWITT. Pepher and 

Sault, a comedv-drama in rime. In three 

acts. © lc 1-24-46 : George Hewitt Moase. 

Forest Hills. N. Y. : D unp. 376. 
MOCHA the D.juka. See Lockhart, Katharine. 
MOCK. FLORA CLAR. Happy New Year, a 

plav in three acts bv Flora and Sandy Mock. 

© lc 2-8-46 : Flora Clar Mock and Sanford 

Judson Mock, Beverlv Hills, Calif. : D imp. 

606. 
MOCK SANDY. See Mock. Sanford Judson. 
MOCK, SANFORD JUDSON. 

Happy New Year. See Mock. Flora Clar. 
New harmony. See Carter, Everett. 
MOCK horizon. See Overman, Frederick 

Vaile, jr. 
THE MOCK moon. See Jacob. Charles Rich- 
ard. 
MOCKUS, VICTOR. The subject, a nlay in 

four acts. © lc 12-15-46 : Victor Mockus, 

Hastings, Neb. ; D unp. 6571. 
MODEL marriage. See Daniels. Ellis. 
THE MODELER. See Royal. Charles E. 
MODERN Aladdin. See Townsend, Dorothy 

Bowling. 
MODERN miss. See Fintel. Frances. 
THE MODERN oasis. See Jam Handy organi- 
zation, inc. 
THE MODERN Solomon. See Burns, Fred H. 

Studies in crime. No. 5. 
MODERN technique of selling. See Morrison. 

Samuel N. 



MODERNS of the moon. See Lounsberry, 
Fred. 

MOENCH, LAUREL. Malaguena. See Gard- 
ner, Laurel M. 

MOFFAT, Graham. See Moffat, William Gra- 
ham. 

MOFFAT, WILLIAM GRAHAM. 

The adventurous road, a comedy in one 
act by Graham Moffat. © lc 10-17-46 ; 
William Graham Moffat, Cape Town ; D unp. 
5501. 

They are not changed, a psychic play in 
one act by Graham Moffat. © lc 10-17-46 ; 
William Graham Moffat, Cape Town ; D unp. 
5502. 

The witch's mantle, a plav in one act by 
Graham Moffat. © lc' 10-17-46 ; William 
Graham Moffat, Cape Town ; D unp. 5500. 

MOGLE, WILLIAM. The good old days, a 
new half -hour script by Bill Mogle. Radio 
script. © lc 11-25-46 ; William Mogle, 
New York ; D imp. 0227. 

MOLECULAR architecture and medical prog- 
ress. See Pauling, Linus. 

MOLIERE, JEAN BAPTISTE POQUELIN. 

Le bourgeois gentilhomme, source title. 
See Fernand, Roland F. The would-be gen- 
tleman. 

Physician in spite of himself. See Ger- 

MOLKELAH'S chaviter. See Massman, Ben. 

MOLNAR. FERENC. 

It's hard to be, a play in three acts, re- 
written from the same author's Hungarian 
play Valaki. © lc 6-24-46 ; Ferenc Molnar, 
New York ; D unp. 3902. 

Liliom, source title. See Rodgers, Rich- 
ard. Carousel. 

MOMENTS in history. See Weir, Lyon S. 

MON phoque et elie, source title. See All- 
vine, Glendon. My seal and my girl. 

MONAGHAN, LEO. Sascha calls the Krem- 
lin, a play in three acts by Leo Monaghan 
and Philip Scharper. © lc 12-5-46 ; 
Georgetown university, Washington ; D unp. 
6427. 

MONASH, PAUL. See Murder at midnight. 

MONDAY mourning. See Gerstad. John Leif. 

MONDAY through Friday. See Rieck, Milton 
Abner. 

MONELL, RONA. 

As young as you feel, a television play. 
© lc 9-24-46 ; Rona Monell, Paterson, N. J. ; 
D unp. 5030. 

What's buzzin' cousin, a half-hour radio 
show. © lc 8-29-46 ; Rona Monell, Pater- 
son. N. J. : C 762. 

MONEY for love. See Callard, E. Rydon. 

MONICA, sister. See Maginnis, Monica, 

MONKEY-BUSINESS. See Waldmann, Paul 
Andrew. 

A MONKEY in a coconut tree. See Todd, 
James Lee. 

THE MONKEY'S tale. See Stiner, Ruth. 

MONROE, BRUCE. Dawn on the threshold, 
a drama in three acts by Bruce Monroe and 
Jessie Ernst. © lc 3-16-46 ; Jessie Ernst 
and Bruce Monroe, New York ; D unp. 2137. 

MONROE CHARLES HENRY, JR. Ladies, is 
he eligible. Radio script. © lc 12-8-46 ; 
Charles Henrv Monroe, jr., Stockton, Calif. ; 
D unp. 6447. 

MONROE, FLORENCE MAE. 

The case of the broken heart, a play in 
seven scenes. © lc 3—29—46, Florence Mae 
Monroe. Kew Gardens. N. Y. : D unp. 2296. 
The gentle rain, a play in six scenes. 
© lc 7-24-46 : Florence M. Monroe, Kew 
Gardens, N. Y. : D unp. 4275. 

'Twixt the darkness and the light, a play 
in three scenes. © lc 5—21—46 ; Florence 
M. Monroe. Kew Gardens, N. Y. : new mat- 
ter : revisions : D unn. 3234. Prev. reg. 
7-12-45 ; D unp. 94225. 



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MONROE, PAUL. The town of Bethlehem. 

See Wilson, Ira Bishop. 
MONS, MAX. Non olet, a farce in three acts 
by Max Mons ; reading translation from the 
German by Lewis Bertrand. © 1c 5-8—46 ; 
Gilliat G. Schroeder, jr., Philadelphia; D 
unp. 2955. 
MONSIEUR Frangois. See Lalau, Georges. 
MONSIEUR Levy pusses over. See The eter- 
nal light. No. 2,6. 
MONTAGUE, ESTHER PRIEST. Cupsa 
caufy, a one-act piay lor a music group by 
Esther Priest Montague and Friedericke W. 
Kipp Ward. © lc 7-21-46 ; Esther Priest 
Montague, Arlington, Va. and Friedericke 
W. Kipp Ward, El Paso, Tex. ; D unp. 6440. 
MONTAIGNE, PIERRE. 

The foolish heart, a play in three acts by 
Claudia Hatch ; translated and adapted 
from the French play entitled Le fureur 
d'aimer, by Pierre Montaigne. © lc 4-27- 
46 ; Claudia Hatch, Ridgefield, Conn. ; D 
unp. 2872. 

La fureur d'aimer, piece en trois actes. 
Paris, Nagel [1945] 103 p. 19 cm. (Col- 
lection du theatre contemporain) © 9-10- 
45 ; lc 5-2-46 ; Editions Nagel, Paris ; D 
pub. 3250. 
MONTALAIS, JACQUES DE. Et delivrez- 
nous du mal, piece en quatre actes. Tou- 
louse, Editions S. T. A. E. L. [1945] 224 
p. 18 cm. © 5-15-45 ; lc 8-29-45 ; Edi- 
tions S. T. A. E. L., Toulouse, France ; D 
pub. 635. 
MONTANA settlers. See Farese, Biagio. 
MONTAZEL, PIERRE. La fauteuil Voltaire, 
piece en trois actes. © lc 5-8-46 ; Pierre 
Montazel, Paris ; D unp. 4188. 
MONTGOMERY, CORA. Bells of San Gabriel, 
a play in three acts. © lc 2-18-46 ; Cora 
Montgomery, Alhambra, Calif. ; D unp. 739. 
MONTGOMERY, LOUIS. Slip of the tongue, 
a comedy in three acts. © lc 6-18-46 ; 
Louis Montgomery, New York ; D unp. 3662. 
MOOD piece. See Richards, Stanley. 
THE MOON and the fire. See Metcalf, Paul C. 
THE MOON makes three. See Harris, James 

Aurand. 
MOON river. See WLW staff writers. 
THE MOON song. See DeKoven, David. 
MOONEY. WILLIAM. We ; words to accom- 
pany The song of courage. © lc 4-23-46; 
William Mooney, Detroit ; C 396. 
MOORE, ALVAH LOYCE. Promachos, a play 
in three acts by June Rose Munsella 
[pseud.] © lc 8-29-46; Alvah Loyce 
Moore, Los Angeles ; D unp. 4768. 
MOORE, BAKER. All of us, a play in three 
acts. © lc 6-5-46 ; Baker Moore, New 
York ; D unp. 3723. 
MOORE, MRS. BYRON CARR. See Moore, 

Elena Miramova. 

MOORE, ELENA MIRAMOVA. Happiness 

is not a horse, a play in three acts by Elena 

Miramova. © lc 2-17-46 ; Elena Miramova 

(Mrs. B. C. Moore) New York ; D unp. 2188. 

MOORE. GLENN. Tah-quitz. paereant of 

beautifuj Idyllwild © lc 11-28-45: Glenn 

Moore, Palm Springs, Calif. : D unp. 593. 

MOORE, LILLIAN MARGEURITE. See, Es- 

taver. Lillian Marguerite Moore. 
MOORE. MICHAEL, pseud. See Morse, 

Samuel. 
MOORE, RUTH EASLEY. 

George and Martha in Washington. Ra- 
dio scrint. © lc 1-11-46 : Ruth Easley 
Moore, Washington ; D unp. 207 

Over the coffee cups with the Randolphs. 
Radio script. © lc 1-11-46 : Ruth Easley 
Moore, Washington : D unp. 206. 
MOORE, SAM. See The Great GildersVeve. 
MOORE. THOMAS F. Americana, inc. : a 
musical comedv in two acts. Text only. 
(r*i lc 6-2 4-4f$ ; Thomas F. Moore, New York ; 
D unp. 3682. 



MOO-VIE AUCTION SALES, INC. Dime-a- 
rime. See Beal, William B. 

MORAWETZ, GERTRUD. A time to be fool- 
ish, a comedy in three acts by Gertrud Mora- 
wetz, translated by Freda Farthing. © le 
4-12-46 ; Gertrud Morawetz, Maadi, near 
Cairo, Egypt ; D unp. 2607. 

MORE, BLANCHE REBECCA. The King. 
Cole cure, a play in one act and a prologue. 
Chicago, Dramatic publishing co. [1946] 
34 p. 18% cm. © 10-30-46 ; 2c 11-15-46 ; 
Blanche Rebecca More, Bethlehem, Pa. ; 
new matter : revision ; D pub. 6065. Prev.. 
reg. 4-28-39 ; D unp. 63650. 

MORE about Pinocchio. See Strasburger, 
Marie. 

A MORE effective use of audience measure- 
ment data . . . See Dole, David W. 

MORE power to America's industry. See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 

MORE than coronets. See Berg, Morton. 

THE MORE the merrier. See Weatherly, Anne 
Ferring. 

MORENO, GLORIA. 

El instituto de la felicidad, comedia en. 
tres actos. [Santiago de Chile] Imprenta 
La Libertad [1943] 90 p. 19 cm. © 12- 
1-43 ; lc 3-3-46 ; Gloria Moreno, Santiago,. 
Chile; D pub. 949. 

La ultima victoria, drama historico en 
tres actos, inspirada en la vida de O'Higgins. 
[Santiago de Chile, 1945] 142 p. 17 cm. 
© 4-1-45 ; lc 3-3-46 : Gloria Moreno, San- 
tiago, Chile ; D pub. 2012. 

MORGAN, AGNES. Once upon a time. See 
Evans. Alfred. 

MORGAN. ALVIN. Rip Van Winkle, a play 
in two acts. © lc 3-22-46 ; Alvin Morgan, 
Brooklvn ; D unp. 2204. 

MORGAN, BAYARD QUINCY. The poacher. 
See Lortzing, Albert. 

MORGAN, JOHN G. Cowboy pictures, by 
Johnny Morgan. Radio script. © lc 1-24— 
46 ; John G. Morgan, New York ; C 101. 

MORGAN, R. DUKE. Fun for you* mon, a 
play in two acts. © lq 4-3-46 ; R. Duke- 
Morgan, Philadelphia ; D unp. 3222. 

MORGAN. RAY I. The garden of romance, a 
radio script by Ray I. Morgan and Roy 
Verett. © lc 11-5-46 ; Ray I. Morgan and 
Rov Verett. Washington ; C 809. 

MORGAN. RUTH L. The future and Mu Phi 
Epsiion, a play in three scenes. © lc 6—30— 
46 : Ruth L. Morgan, Bethesda, Md. ; D unp. 
3785. 

MORGAN. TROY LEE. 

Slaughter of the innocents. Radio script. 
© lc 8-23-46 : Allied recording co., Long 
Beach, Calif. ; D unp. 4681. 

A story of Christmas. Radio script. 
© lc 8-23-46 : Allied recording co., Long 
Beach. Calif. : D unp. 4682. 

The world begins. © lc 8-23-46 ; Allied 
recording co.. Long Beach, Calif. ; D unp. 
4680. 

MORGENSTERN, RICHARD. The trial of 
John Corwin. See Sharkey, Rita. 

MORITO, DON. The maid of Pango Pango. 
See Marquette, Mabel Fardeliers. 

MORITZ, WALLACE A. Guess and tell. 
Radio script. © lc 10-15-46 ; Wallace A. 
Moritz. San Ansrelo, Tex. : D unp. 5409. 

MOR.TARDIN, ALIN. L'heritage de Galuche ; 
pi£ce eaie en trois actes. © lc 3—1—46 ; 
Alin Moriardin. Paris ; D unp. 938. 

MORLEY, BLYTHE. 

A correspondence from Ecrypt, an histori- 
cal plav in three acts. © lc 1-24-46 ; 
Blythe Morley. New York : D unp. 375. 

Home for Christmas, a dramatic fantasy 
in two acts. © lc 4-*>3-46 ; Blythe Morley, 
New York; D unp. 2752. 
MORLEY, MARY. See Hyde, Mary Morley 

Crapo. 
MORLEY, ROBERT. Staff dance, a play in 
three acts. London, English theat-s guild 



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v. 19, 1946 



[1946]. 84 p. front., diagr. 18y 3 cm. 
(Guild library) © 10-19-46 ; lc 11-14-46 ; 
Robert Morley, Wargrave, Berks, Eng. ; 
D pub. 5937. 

MORMON Rose. See Miller, Selma Nancy. 

MORNING departure. See Woollard, K. B. 

THE MORNING edition. See Radford, Doro- 
thy Humes. 

MORNING is a daily affair. See Lubell, Ben- 
nett. 

MORNING mirror blues. See Owens, Merritt. 

MORNINGSTAR, LILLIAN LYMAN. Rock a 
bve baby, a three act play by Kay Lyman 
[pseud.]. © lc 1-26-46; Lillian Lyman 
Morningstar. Saginaw, Mich. ; D unp. 415. 

MORRIS, AGNES L. The kettle, a play in 
three acts. © lc 2-4-46 ; Agnes L. Morris, 
Toledo ; D unp. 510. 

MORRIS, ALFRED G. Clean hands, a play 
in seven scenes. © lc 10-16-46 ; Alfred G. 
Morris, New York ; unp. 5437. 

MORRIS, ANDREW. The picture God gave 
to me. Address. © lc 11-26-46 ; Andrew 
Morris, Botsford, Conn. ; C 897. 

MORRIS, Evelyn Corriene. Foot-lights, a 
plav in three acts. © lc 8-18-46 ; Evelyn 
C. Morris, New York ; D unp. 4599. 

MORRIS, GEORGE. 

Counterpoint, a play in three acts. © lc 
5_28-46 ; George Morris, Brooklyn ; D unp. 
3300. 

Frankly speaking. -See Salaway, Lowell. 

MORRIS, GOUVERNEUR. 

The prairie chicken, an instructive melo- 
drama in three acts. © lc 4-18-46 ; 
Gouverneur Morris, Coolidge, N. M. ; D unp. 
2680. 

The trumpet shall sound, a play in one 
act. © lc 4-4-46 ; Gouverneur Morris, 
Coolidge, N. M. ; D unp. 2690. 

MORRIS, HERMAN C. Weeds never perish, 
a new play in three acts. © lc 2-9-46 ; 
Herman C. Morris, New Rochelle, N. Y. ; D 
unp. 617. 

MORRIS, JOHN LAWRENCE. The priva- 
teer, a comedy operetta in three acts. A 
semi-historical romance. Music and lyrics 
by Pauline Winslow. book by John Lawrence 
Morris. Text only. © lc 3-14-46 ; John 
Lawrence Morris, Brooklyn ; new matter : 
revision ; D unn. 2181. Earliest prev. reg. 
3-4-35 ; D 28848. 

MORRIS, MICHAEL. Leave and let live, a 
comedy in two acts with music ; book and 
Ivrics by Michael Morris, music by Ronnie 
Keeper.* Text only. © lc 3-19-46; Mi-. 
chael Morris, New York ; D unp. 2171. 

MORRIS, T. B. Cassandra, a play for women 
in one act. London. French [1945] 35 p. 
J8V2 cm. (French's acting edition.) 
© 12-31-45 : lc 2-23-46 ; Samuel French, 
ltd., London ; D pub. 797. 

MORRIS B. SACHS AMATEUR HOUR. 
(Radio program) Scripts in this series, 
nos. 619-622 are by Patricia Wade, nos. 
623-639 are by Elizabeth Burke Baumgart- 
ner. © Morris B. Sachs, inc.. Chicago. 

619. Broadcast July 28, 1946. © lc 
10-3-46 ; D unp. 5700. 

620. Broadcast Aug. 4, 1946. © lc 8-22- 
46 ; D unp. 4667. 

621. Broadcast Aug. 11, 1946. © lc 8- 
22-46 ; D unn. 4668. 

622. Broadcast Aug. 18, 1946. © lc 8- 
22-46 ; D unp. 4669. 

623. Broadcast Aug. 25, 1946. © lc 8- 
28-46 ; D unp. 4723. 

624. Broadcast Sept. 1. 1946. © lc 9- 
. 6-46 ; D unp. 4824. 

625. Broadcast Sept. 8, 1946. © lc 9- 
13-46 ; D unp. 4891. 

626. Broadcast Sept. 15, 1946. © lc 9- 
18-46 ; D unp. 4976. 

627. Broadcast Sept. 22, 1946. © lc 9- 
26-46 ; D unp. 5100. 



© lc 10- 



630. 
10-46 

631. 
23-46 

632. 
31-46 



6, 1946. © lc 10- 



lc 10- 



27, 1946. 
3, 1946. 



lc 10- 
lc 10- 
lc 11- 
1c 11- 
lc 11- 
lc 12- 
lc 12- 
lc 12- 
lc 12- 



628. Broadcast Sept. 29, 1946. 
3-46 ; D unp. 5684. 

629. Broadcast Oct. 
11-46 ; D unp. 5286. 

Broadcast Oct. 13, 1946. 
D unp. 5436. 
Broadcast Oct. 20, 1946. 
D unp. 5586. 
Broadcast Oct. 
D unp. 5724. 

633. Broadcast Nov. 
8-46 ; D unp. 5900. 

634. Broadcast Nov. 10, 1946. 
21-46 ; D unp. 6102. 

635. Broadcast Nov. 17, 1946. 
21-46 ; D unp. 6103. 

636. Broadcast Nov. 24, 1946. 
5-46 ; D unp. 6425. 

637. Broadcast Dec. 1, 1946. 
5-46 ; D unp. 6426. 

638. Broadcast Dec. 8, 1946. 
12-46 ; D unp. 6511. 

639. Broadcast Dec. 15, 1946. 
19-46 ; D unp. 6602. 

MORRISON, SAMUEL NATHAN. 

How to sell retail newspaper advertising ; 
the "foreciting" technique of customer prob- 
lem solving, Lecture nos. 1, 2. © lc each 
11—15-46 ; Samuel N. Morrison, Brooklyn ; 
C 869, 870. 

Modern technique of selling ; address de- 
livered by Earl C. Bruner at American surgi- 
cal trade association, Warwick Hotel, Phila- 
delphia, Pa., Oct. 4, 1946. Written and 
prepared by Samuel N. Morrison. © lc 10- 
28-46 ; Samuel N. Morrison, Brooklyn ; 
C 910. , 

Sales training for newspaper advertising 
salesmen, an address delivered to committee 
of Retail division, Bureau of advertising, 
National association of newspaper publish- 
ers. © lc 10-9-46 ; Samuel N. Morrison, 
Brooklyn ; C 728. 

Sales training for surgical instrument 
salesmen. Address. © lc 10-9- -46 ; Samuel 
Nathan Morrison, Brooklyn ; C 727. 

What is sales training, a lecture especially 
prepared for presentation to American surgi- 
cal trade association. © lc 12-11-46 ; Sam- 
uel N. Morrison, Brooklyn ; C 969. 
MORROW, BLANCHE M. Dawn, a scenario 
by Dolly Morrow [pseud.] © lc 7-12-46; 
Blanche M. Morrow, Swampscott, Mass. ; 
D unp. 4020. 
MORROW, DOLLY, pseud. See Morrow, 

Blanche M. 
MORROW, HONORE McCUE WILLSIE. On 

to Oregon. See Piatt, Helen. 
MORROW, TIMOTHY T. 

Cram session ; the breezy, informal, fun- 
crammed high school quiz program. © lc 
1-14-46 ; Timothy T. Morrow, Chicago ; 
C 67. 

It's all a dream ! Dramatization no. 1. 
Radio script. © lc 1-17-46 ; Timothy T. 
Morrow, Chicago"; D unp. 249. 

It's all a dream. Narratives 1, 2. Radio 
script. © lc each 1-17-46 ; Timothy T. 
Morrow, Chicago ; D unp. 250, 251. 

Of men and music. Audition script by 
Nancy Goodwin. © lc 11-2-46 ; Tim Mor- 
row, Chicago ; D unp. 6441. 

The Phil Silvers show. Audition script. 
© lc 2-15-46 ; Timothy T. Morrow, Chi- 
cago ; D unp. 717. 

Scout session, Boy scout radio program. 
Audition script by Nancy Goodwin. © lc 
11-27-46 ; Timothy T. Morrow, Chicago ; 
D unp. 6260. 

The secret of the flame. Audition script. 
© lc 1-26-46 ; Timothy T. Morrow, Chi- 
cago ; C 104. 

Songsmiths, U. S. A. Audition script. 
© lc 6-28-46 ; Timothy T. Morrow, Chi- 
cago ; D unp. 3787. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. i, n. s. 



MORROW, TIMOTHY T. Tin Pan alley of the 
air. For radio scripts in this series see Tin 
Pan alley of the air. 

The village songsmith. Audition script, 
Jan. 8, 1946. © lc 1-12-46 ; Timothy T. 
Morrow, Chicago ; C 87. 

MORSE, GEORGE CHESTER. The open door, 
a drama in three acts. © lc 4-19-46 ; 
George Chester Morse, Orange, N. J. ; D unp. 
2862. 

MORSE, N. BREWSTER. Can you imagine. 
See Harcleroad, Grace Evelyn. 

MORSE, SAMUEL. Johnny, a melodrama in 
three acts by Michael Moore [pseud.]. 
© lc 11-10-45 ; Grace Morse Brayton, New 
York ; D unp. 127. 

MORTGAGED miles. See Wilding picture pro- 
ductions, inc. 

MORTIER, ALFRED. Theatre de l'amour ; 
preface de Rene Fauchois. Notes d'Aurel 
[pseud.]. Paris, Messein, 1941. 401 p. 
illus. 19 cm. © 12-30-41 ; lc 8-29-45 ; 
Aurel (ps. de Mme. Alfred Mortier), Paris; 
D pub. 636. 

MORTIER, MME. ALFRED. See Mortier, 
Aurelie (de Faucamberge) 

MORTIER, AURELIE (de FAUCAMBERGE). 
Theatre de l'amour. See Mortier, Alfred. 

MORTON, WILLIAM. 

Canvas Kelly meets Aloysius Updike. See 
Reynolds, Richard J. 

Canvas Kelly meets Horizontal Harrigan. 
See Reynolds, Richard J. 

MORUM, WILLIAM. 

Dinner & Morum write a dozen plays. See 
Dinner, William. 

Family drama. See Dinner, William. 
The old wives' tale. See Dinner, William. 

MORWOOD, WILLIAM. See 
Murder at midnight. 
The Shadow. 

MOSATESCU, TUDOR. Titanic waltz, a 
comedy drama in three acts by Tudor Mosa- 
tescu, translated and adapted by Arthur S. 
Ross. © lc 4-20-46 ; Arthur Saunders 
Ross and Tudor Mosatescu, New York ; D 
unp. 2731. 

MOSER, MARIAN. 

Christmas bells, by Marian Moser and 
Bettie Severin. Cedar Rapids, Heuer. 1946. 
16 p. 23 cm. Christmas program. © 
9-19-46 : 2c 10-16-46 ; Edward I. Heuer, 
Cedar Rapids, la. ; D pub. 6195. 

Prayer for peace, a program suitable for 
Memorial day, Armistice day, Pearl Harbor 
day ; by Marian Moser and Crowell Beech. 
Cedar Rapids, la., Heuer, cl946. 13 p. 
23 cm. © 9-18-46; 2c 10-16-46: Edward 
I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, la. ; D pub. 5715. 

MOSES, JOHN G. The Princess of the City 
of the Sun. See Yazbik, Joseph A. 

MOSES MENDELSSOHN. See The eternal 
light. No. 68. 

MOSKOWITZ, HARRY. 

Good-morning. darling. Radio script. 
© lc 4-26-46 : Harry Moskowitz, Phila- 
delphia ; D unp. 2842. 

The Philadelphia lawyer. See Ross, Sid- 
ney H. 

MOSS, E. HAL, pseud. See Moskowitz, Harrv. 

MOSS, HARRY. Juke box, a play in three 
acts. © lc 9-12-46: Harry Moss, New 
York ; D unp. 4890. 

MOST likely to succeed. See Robinson, Mi- 
chael. 

MOTHER Carey. See The Lone Ranger. 
No. 2039-1264. 

A MOTHER Goose dream. See Mayer, Nata- 
lie. 

MOTHER-IN-LAW comnlex, case history. See 
Parker. Sam. Dr. Parker presents Out of 
the dark. 

MOTHER OPAL CHANDJEES. See Lewis, 
Leonard. 

MOTHER trouble. See Dr. Christian. No. 
389. 



MOTHER'S day. See McMillin, Mark. 

A MOTHER'S love. See Powell, James Fran- 
cis. Dolly darling. 

MOTIVE for the crime. See Stowers, Fred- 
erick. 

MOTT, GRENVILLE. Heavy bombardment, 
a play in three acts by Grenville Mott and 
Martin Kern. © lc 4-14-46 ; Martin H. 
Kern, New York and Grenville Mott, El 
Paso, Tex. ; D unp. 2566. 

MOULTON, SUMNER. 

Give me liberty. See Hogan, Frank. 
The Miss in the weather. See Hogan, 
Frank. 

MOUNTAIN music. See Carrington, Otis M. 

MOURIR pour toi. See Deval, Jacques Bou- 
laran. 

THE MOUSE and the marquis. See MacDon- 
ald, Dora Mary. 

MOVIE matinee. See Norris, Kathleen J. 

THE MOVING house. See Hopkins, Pauline 
Mackie. 

MOWER, JEANNE. 

Gold on the sea ; four act comedy drama 
by Jeanne Norvelle. © lc 12-3-45 ; Jeanne 
Norvelle, Hollywood ; D unp. 558. 
King Frog. See Hunt. Madeline. 

MOZART, JOHANN CHRYSOSTOM WOLF- 
GANG AMADEUS. See 

Benz. Hamilton. A protasis to the mar- 
riage of Figaro. 

Machlis, Joe. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. 

MOZART, a boy of old Salzburg. See Boshco, 
Elinor Gene. 

MUDDYING clear water. See Krangel, Ida. 

Mf HLESTEIN, HANS. Courbet ; Oder, Die 
siiule schwankt. Drama in vier akten. 
Celerina, Schweiz, The author [1945] 193 
p. 18y 2 cm. © lc 5-13-46 : Theaterverlag 
Reiss. a. g., Basel, Switzerland : D unp. 
5299. 

MUELLER, JESSE A. The traveler who 
detoured, a Masonic play in one act. © lc 
3-4—46 : Jesse A. Mueller, San Francisco ; 
D unp. 945. 

MUGGSY'S merry Christmas. See Payton, 
Donnld. 

MULBERRY bend. See Henricle, Katherine. 

MULLEN. KEVIN. Minor incident. -See 
Blau, Milton. 

MULLER. LOUIS J. Intimate friends. See 
Rowan, Lvnn Llovd. 

MULLIGAN'S Snug. See McEnroe, Robert E. 

THE MUMMY'S secret. See House of mys- 
tery, Dpc 29, 1945. 

MUMS. See De Costa, Leon. 

MUNK, KAJ. The word ! A drama in four 
acts. American translation and adaptation 
by Jens Christian Kjaer of the Danish plav. 
Ordet, by Kaj Munk. © lc 7-27-46, Jens 
Christian Kjaer, Lawton, Okl. ; D unp. 
4321. 

MUNKACSI, MARTIN. 

Labor pains, a satirical play in one act. 
© lc 12-9-46 : Martin Munkacsi, New York ; 
D unp. 6455. 

Sixty cents for a period, a comedy in three 
acts. '© lc 5-2-46 : Martin Munkacsi, New 
York : D unn. 2947. 

MUNRO, HELEN WAITE. Big-girl Becky, 
an early colonial play for upper grades or 
junior high school. Evanston, 111.. Row, 
Peterson ; [etc.. 1946] 16 P. 20% cm. 
. © lc 10-1-46 : 2c 10-13-46 ; Row. Peterson 
& co.. Evanston. 111. ; D nub. 5486. 

MUNSELL, WARREN PERRY, JR. The 
jolly beggar, a two act comedy with music 
based on the life of Robert Burns, by Warren 
P. Munsell, jr. ; lvrics bv Robert Burns, 
music from the Old Scotch. © lc 9-21-46 : 
Warren Perry Munsell, jr., New York ; D 
unn. 5019. 

MUNSELLA. JUNE ROSE, pseud. See Moore, 
Alvah Loyce. 

MURDER after midnight. See Fogler, Henry. 



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v. 19, 1946 



MURDER at City Hall. See The Green Hor- 
net. No. 765. 

MURDER AT MIDNIGHT. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series © Louis G. Cowan, inc. 
Broadcast beginning April 19, 1946. ' 

1. The dead hand, by Robert Newman. 
© lc 4-30-46 ; D unp. 2S97. 

2. The man who was death, by Robert 
Newman. © lc 4-30-46 ; D unp. 2898. 

3. The secret of XR-3. by Max Ehrlich. 
© lc 5-9-16 ; D unp. 3023. 

4. Wherever I go, by William Morwood. 
© lc 5-12-46 ; D unp. 3046. 

5. Trigger man. by Max Ehrlich. © lc 
5-12-46 ; D unp. 3047. 

6. Death's goblet, by Sigmund Miller. 
<D lc 5-23-46 ; D unp. 3271. 

7. The heavy death, by Robert Newman. 
© lc 5-23-46 ; D unp. 3272. 

8. Nightmare, by Joseph Ruscoll. © lc 
5-28-46 ; D unp. 3320. . 

9. The dead come back, by William Mor- 
wood. © lc 5-28-46 ; D unp. 3321. 

10. Terror out of space, by Robert New- 
man. © lc 6-4-46 ; D unp. 3395. 

11. The creeper, by Joseph Ruscoll. 
C) lc 6-11-46 ; D unp. 3503. 

12. The man who died yesterday, by Wil- 
liam Morwood. © lc 6-11-46 ; D unp. 



3504. 

13. 
coll. 

14. 



Till death do us part, by Joseph Rus- 
© lc 6-11-46 ; D unp. 3505. 
Murder is a lonely business, by Wil- 
liam Morwood. © lc 6-16-46 ; D unp. 3641. 

15. The house where death lived, by Rob- 
ert Newman. © lc 6-16-46 : D unp. 3642. 

16. The Kabbala, by Robert Newman. 
© lc 7-28-46 ; D unp. 4314. 

17. The ace of death, by Max Ehrlich. 
© lc 7-28-46 ; D unp. 4315. 

18. The house that time forgot, by Sig- 
mund Miller. © lc 8-7-46 ; D unp. 4485. 

19. Death tolls a requiem, bv Max Ehr- 
lich. © lc 8-7-46 ; D unp. 4486. 

20. The 13th floor, by Winifred Wolfe. 
© lc 8-16-46 ; D unp. 4550. 

21. The mark of Cain, by A. S. Ginnes. 
© lc 8-24-46 ; D unp. 4698. 

22. Red wheels, by Jack Gordun. © lc 
8-28-46 ; D unp. 4729. 

23. The line is dead, by Bafe Blau. © lc 
9-8-46 ; D unp. 4851. 

24. Death across the board, bv Robert 
Newman. © lc 9-18-46 ; D unp. 4973. 

25. Murder out of mind, by Sigmund Mil- 
ler. © lc 11-6-46 ; D unp. 6086. Previ- 
ously registered under No. D unp. 5013. 
Hobert Newman erroneously given as 
author. 

26. Death's worshipper, by Jay Williams. 
-© lc 9-25-46 ; D unp. 5035. 

27. We who are about to die, bv A. S. 
Ginnes. © lc 10-11-^6 ; D unp. 5275. 

28. The black curtain, bv Max Ehrlich. 
© lc 10-11-46 ; D unp. 5276. 

29. The ape song, by Peter Martin. © lc 
10-11-46 ; D unp. 5277. 

30. The man with the black beard, bv 
Sigmund Miller. © lc 10-11-46 ; D unp. 
5278. 

31. Death ship, by William Morwood. 
© lc 10-18-46 ; D unp. 6039. 

32. Outcast, by Max Ehrlich. © lc 10- 
18-46 : D unp. 6040. 

33. Fatal interruption, by Bafe Blau. 
© lc 10-18-46 ; D unp. 6041. 

34. The dispossessed, bv Jack Gordun. 
© lc 10-24-46 : D unp. 5593. 

35. The black swan, by Leon Meadow. 
© lc 10-31-46 ; D unp. 5720. 

36. Island of the dead, by Robert New- 
man. © lc 11-6-46 : D unp. 5853. 

37. The dark chamber, bv Robert New- 
,man. © lc 11-6-46 ; D unp. 5854. 

38. Death is no end, by A. S. Ginnes. 



goes places. See Sullivan, Ro- 
in state. See Jones, William 



© lc 11-13-46 ; D unp. 5930. 

39. The dark cellar, by Max Ehrlich. 
© lc 11-13-46 ; D unp. 5931. 

40. Murder is not enough, by Bafe Blau. 
© lc 11-13-46 ; D unp. 5932. 

41. The face of the dragon, by Jack Bor- 
dun. © lc 11-20-46 ; D unp. 6055. 

42. The man who died again, by Robert 
Newman. © lc 11-20-46 ; D unp. 6054. 

43. City morgue, by Winifred Wolfe. © 
lc 11-27-46 ; D unp. 6252. 

44. Terror, by Joseph Ruscoll. © lc 11- 
27-46 ; D unp. 6253. 

45. The corridor of doom, by Robert 
Newman. © lc 12-4-46 ; D unp. 6704. 

46. Appointment, by Winifred Wolfe. 
© lc 12-4-46 ; D unp. 6705. 

47. Glory train, by Robert Newman. © 
lc 12-11-46 ; D unp. 6523. 

48. A week ago Wednesday, by Winifred 
Wolfe. © lc 12-11-46 ; D unp. 6524. 

49. The living dead, by Robert Newman. 
© lc 12-20-46 ; D unp. 6603. 

50. The face, by Paul Monash. © lc 12- 
20-46 ; D unp. 6604. 

MURDER by telephone. See The Sheriff. 
No. 85. 

MURDER comes at midnight. See Inner 
sanctum, Sept. 9, 1946. 

MURDER comes high. See The Sheriff. No. 
104. 

MURDER for blackmail. See The Shadow, 
Nov. 3, 1946. 

MURDER for money. See The Shadow, Feb. 
17. 1946. 

MURDER for peace. See Feith, Erwin Peter. 
Power was given them. 

MURDER for sale. See The Green Hornet. 
No. 754. 

MURDER 
land S. 

MURDER 
McPheeters. 

MURDER in the basement. See Dropkin, 
Louis. The Bishop. 

MURDER in the carnival. See The Shadow, 
Jan. 13, 1946. 

MURDER in the north meadow. See The 
Sheriff. No. 96. 

MURDER is a lonely business. See Murder at 
midnight. No. 14. 

MURDER is for keeps. See Herman, Mil- 
ton A. 

MURDER is hilarious. See Covan, Morton. 

MURDER is not enough. See Murder at mid- 
night. No. 40. 

MURDER kills me. See Buschlen, John Pres- 
ton. 

MURDER man. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2092-1317. 

MURDER out of mind. See Murder at mid- 
night. No. 25. 

MURDER strikes out. See The Sheriff. No. 
109. 

MURDER, they say. See St. Clair, Robert. 

MURDER thrillers with inspector Miller. See 
Braunstein, Bill. 

MURDER when it rains. See Warner, John. 

MURDER with music. See The Shadow, Feb. 
3, 1946. 

MURDER with orchids. See Kicks, Otto. 

MURDOCK, EDITH A. Dramatizations of 
Bible passages by this author are listed 
below. © lc each 3-7-46 ; Edith A. Mur- 
dock, Los Angeles. 

Barabas. D unp. 2389. 
Blood and money. D unp. 2386. 
The crucifixion and resurrection. D unp. 
2390. 

Daniel in the lion's den. D unp. 2388. 
Fiery furnace. D unp. 2387. 
Hagar. ,D unp. 2393. 
I, John. D unp. 2394. 
Joseph. D unp. 2391. 
Peter. D unp. 2392. 



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MURPHY, FRANCIS GEORGE. 

Guests of the West, a musical comedy in 
three acts. Text only. © lc 3-25-46 ; Fran- 
cis George Murphy, Tucson, Ariz. ; D unp. 
2214. 

Who's crazy, a play in three scenes. © lc 
1-20-46 ; Francis George Murphy, Tucson, 
Ariz. ; D unp. 254. 

MURPHY, JOHN FRANCIS. The gentleman 
from Moscow, a play in three acts. © lc 
11-20-46 ; John Francis Murphy, Lawrence, 
Mass. ; D unp. 6010. 

MURRAY, ALBRYANT WASHINGTON. 
Dramatization of the song of Preacher and 
the b'ar. [Portsmouth, \'a.] cl946. 20 1. 
28 cm. Text only. © 7-20-46 ; 2c 7-22-46 ; 
AlBryant Washington Murray, Portsmouth, 
Va. : D pub. 4369. 

MURRAY HILL. See Weinberg, Tilly. 

MURROUGHS, THADDEUS R. Your new 
lenses. Lecture. © lc 8-8-46 ; Thaddeus 
R. Murroughs, Linton, Ind. ; C 624. 

THE MUSCLE machinery. See Fenn, Wallace 
Osgood. 

MUSEUM piece. See Curtis, Joseph. 

MUSIC and murder. See The Green Hornet. 
No. 785. 

THE MUSIC box. See 
Green, Morris. 
Ragsdale, Raiford Moncrief. 

MUSIC cue. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2016-1241. 

MUSIC for millions. See Lux radio theatre, 
May 27, 1946. 

MUSIC in the valley. See Sandeen, Dagmar 
Vola Thomas. 

MUSIC-MART. Can you write a song? See 
Dickinson, Sanford H. 

MUSIC master series, no. 4. See Machlis, 
Joe. Ludwig van Beethoven, his story and 
his nmsic. 

A MUSICAL calendar. See Graffy, Margue- 
rite. 

MUSICAL clues closet. See Yoell, Roland F. 

MUSICAL kaleidoscope. See Brown, Dave. 

MUSICAL pages, No. I. See Denny, Mary 
Lois. 

MUSICAL pases, no. II, III. See Van Veen, 
Frances Swing. 

A MUSICAL tour through toyland. See 
Graffy, Marguerite. 

MUSTCAL treasure chest. See MacDonald, 
Anne. 

MUSSET, ALFRED DE. 

The caprices of Marianne. See Meeter, 
Leonard. 

A door must be open or shut, a "proverb" 
bv Alfred de Musset ; translation by Edmond 
W. Riekett. 11 leaves. © lc 6-4-46 ; Ed- 
mond W. Riekett. New York ; D unp. 3406. 
You can't think of everything, a play in 
one scene by Alfred de Musspt : English 
translation bv Edmond W. Riekett. © lc 
5_7_4B : Edmond W. Riekett. New York : D 
unp. 2909. 

THE MUTE speaks. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. No. 444. 

THE MUTE witness. See Brand, Otto. 

MY best girl. See George, Charles. 

MY bobolink. See Hoare, John Edward. 

MY brother George. See Post, Barney. 

MY cousin Avigdor. See The eternal light. 
No. 63. 

MY darling from the lions. See Von Hagen, 
Willard A. 

MY darling guinea pig. See The Sheriff. No. 
111. 

MY dear golden mother. See Rose, Rachel. 

MY dear Prometheus. See Waldman. Lester. 

MY dearest Patsy. See Bates, Leila Carring- 
ton. 

MY eyes are green. See Johnson, Ermane 
Lowell. 

MY fair lady. See Brewster, Townsend Tyler. 



MY Father's business. See Pickett, Christine 
Hubbard. 

MY Father's house. See The Cross syndicate, 
inc. 

MY father's Talis. See The eternal light. 
No. 49. 

MY favorite assassin. See The eternal light. 
No. 70. 

MY first day in the army. See Levin, Louis. 

MY freshman husband. See Kent, Priscilla. 

MY friend, Jim. See The Cross syndicate, inc. 

MY immortal lawyer. See Watson, Robert W. 

MY longest runs and greatest successes. See 
Furber, Douglas. 

MY neighbor Conchita. See Apstein, Theo- 
dore. 

MY pal Martin. See The Sheriff. No. 95. 

MY poverty is my wealth. See Probst, Jack. 
Prince of poverty. 

MY relationship to Cookie, my granddaughter. 
See Brylawski, Edward. 

MY rusty heart. See Southgate, Howard 
Smith. 

MY seal and my girl. See Alivine, Glendon. • 

MY sister. See Winter, Teresa Catherine. 

MY vineyard. See Aronin, Ben. 

MYERS (F. E) AND BROTHER COM- 
PANY. Covering the water fronts. See 
Jam Handy organization, inc. 

MYERS, GUSTAVE FRANCIS. 

Banker and broker, a, new game program 
suggested for radio. © lc 11-4-46 ; Gus- 
tave Francis Myers, Scarsdale, N. Y. ; C 818. 
Boots and saddles, a new game program 
suggested for radio and television. © lc 
11-13-46 ; Gustave Francis Myers, Scars- 
dale, N. Y. ; C 848. 

Ceiling unlimited, a new idea in quiz pro- 
grams suggested for radio and television. 
© lc 11-20-46 ; Gustave Francis Myers, 
Scarsdale, N. Y. ; C 909. 

Clear the tables, a new quiz program sug- 
gested for radio. © lc 11-4-46 ; Gustave 
Francis Myers, Scarsdale, N. Y. ; C 844. 

The magic ring, a new quiz program sug- 
gested for radio. © lc 11-4-46 ; Gustave 
Francis Myers, Scarsdale, N. Y. ; C 846. 

One no trump, a new type game program 
suggested for radio and television. © lc 
11-4-46 : Gustave Francis Myers, Scarsdale, 
N. Y. ; C 850. 

Play ball, a new game program suggested 
for radio and television. © lc 11-4-46 ; 
Gustave Francis Myers, Scarsdale, N. Y. : 
C 845. 

Stop the clock, a new game program sug- 
gested for radio and television. © lc 11-4- 
46 : Gustave Franeis Myers, Scarsdale, 
N. Y. ; C 849. 

Thank your lucky stars, a new type of 
quiz program suggested for radio and tele- 
vision. © lc 11-4-46 ; Gustave Francis 
Myers, Scarsdale, N. Y. ; C 817. 

The wheel of fortune, a new game program 
suggested for radio and television. © lc 
11-4-46: Gustave Francis Myers, Scars- 
dale, N. Y. : C 847. 

MYERS, REED. The Pat Pending show. 
Audition serint. © lc 8-1-46 ; Reed Myers, 
Chicago : C 606. 

MYERS, WILLIAM J.. JR. Santa won't come 
this year, a play in 33 parts, i. e. 33 leaves. 
© lc 9-17-46 : William J. Myers, jr., New 
York: D unp. 5615. 

MYERSON, ROBERT ISAAC. She's from the 
country. See Weil, Robert Edward. 

MYLES. MARIAN WALLACE. Rebel isle, a 
play in two acts. © lc 12-24-46 : Marian 
Wallace Mvles. New York : D unp. 6655. 

MYRTLE. See Zimring. Molly. 

THE MYSTERY of Brian's banshee. See 
House of mystery. Mar. 16, 1946. 

THE MYP^ERY of Goodacre farm. See Cav- 
erly, Millis. 



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See 



See 
See 

See 
See 



THE MYSTERY of hangman's house. 

House of mystery, Mar. 23, 1946. 
THE MYSTERY of the deadly vampire. 

House of mystery, Feb. 9, 1946. 
THE MYSTERY of the great white wolf. 

House of mystery, Feb. 23, 1946. 
THE MYSTERY of the howling death. 

House of mystery, June 8, 1946. 
THE MYSTERY of the men of fire. 

House of mystery, May 25, 1946. 
THE MYSTERY of the missing moonstones. 

See Lee, Richard Everett. 
THE MYSTERY of the screaming white stat- 
ues. See House of mystery, Mar. 9. 1946. 
THE MYSTERY of the Tiger woman. See 

House of mystery, May 4, 1946. 
THE MYSTERY of the vanishing tram. See 

House of mystery, May 18, 1946. , 
MYSTIC lecture on Aquarian evolution. See 

Darnell. John W. 
THE MYSTIC needle. -See Miller, Herman A. 

N 

'NA mugliera sorda. See Ciaramella, Roberto. 

NAAMAN and Elisha. See Johnson, Florence 
Hood. . , . , TT . 

NAGY, PAUL, JR. He is ,not here . He is 
risen ! A dramatic service for Easter. Bos- 
ton, Baker's plays ; [etc., 1946] 32 p. illus. 
18^ cm. (Baker's religious plays and pag- 
eants) © 8-21-46 : 2c 8-26-46 ; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston ; D pub. 4772. 

NAKED in the wind. -See Gardemal, Louis 
Gaston. 

NAKITA. -See Steele, Allen. 

NALLY, M. CHRISTOPHER. There is a Santa 
Claus, a play in a prologue and one scene. 
© lc 4-2-46 ; M. Christopher Nally, Minerva, 
N. Y. : D unp. 2857. ^ n 

NANA source title. -See Markaroff, George 
Alexander. Her airborne lover. 

NAOMI, -See Stevens, Penelope. 

NAOMI and John's story. See Atkm, De- 
borah K. „ . _ . „ 

NAPOLEON Bonaparte, the boy from Corsica. 
-See Boshco, Elinor Gene. 

NAPOLI milionaria. -See Filippo, Eduardo de. 

NARCISSUS left in the lurch. See Cottrell, 
John Torrey. „ ,_ 

NARRATOR'S story of Pageant of the mis- 
tresses of the White House. -See Gerhnger, 
Irene Hazard. Pageant of the mistresses of 
the White House. 

NASH. ALDEN. Soon the morning. See 
Keath, Donna. 

NATAPOFF, SAMUEL. Love, here is my 
heart ; a play in three acts. © lc 12-6-46 ; 

' Samuel Natapoff, New York ; D unp. 6431. 

NATHAN, ADELE. Delaware, the first state 
of the union. Motion picture short by Adele 
Nathan and Blevins Davis. © lc 3-7-46 : 
Historical productions, inc., New York ; D 
unp. 948. 

NATHAN, C. HENRY. 

Carney turns con. Secrets of the secret 
service. Audition script. © lc 7-24-46 ; 
C. Henry Nathan, Chicago ; D unp. 4255. 

Chicago — city of people, audition scenario. 
© lc 7-24-46 ; C. Henry Nathan. Chicago ; 
D un>p. 4256. 

See how they run, a comedy of modern 
manners. In three acts. © lc 1-24-46 ; 
C. Henry Nathan ; Chicago ; D unp. 381. 

Teen canteen, episode 1. Audition script. 
© lc 7-3-46 : C. Henry Nathan, Chicago ; 
D unp. 4333. 

To keep it clean, to give it sheen, always 
use Drene. Audition commercial. © lc 
3_10-46 ; C. Henrv Nathan, Chicago ; C 260. 

NATHAN, HENRY. Tie-the-title contest. 
Radio script. © lc 2-7-46 ; Henry Nathan, 
Chicago ; C 140. 

NATHAN. PAUL S. Twelve months. See 
Marshak, Samuel. 



NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MANUFAC- 
TURERS OF THE UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. Now ! Action by management, 
-See Geddes, Gail G. 

NATIONAL BROADCASTING COMPANY* 
INC. C. M. H. episode 7. -See Holland* 
Gerald. 

NATIONAL CASH REGISTER COMPANY. 
Losses are like the wind. -See Jam Handy 
organization, inc. x 

NATIONAL ELECTRICAL WHOLESALERS; 
ASSOCIATION. For recording scripts pre- 
pared in consultation with Edison electric 
institute see Vocafilm corporation. 

NATIONAL income. -See Keeping up with 
the Wigglesworths. No. 75. 

NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL CONFERENCE! 
BOARD, INC. Organizing a marketing re- 
search department. -See Thompson, G. 
Clark. 

NATIONAL MENTAL HEALTH FOUNDA- 
TION. 

Aunt Milly and the family skeleton. -See 
Neher, Jack. 

The case of Cynthia Edward. -See Neher, 
Jack. 

Hats off to Sarge. -See McAllester, David. 
Joe Chandler gets a lift. -See Neher, 
Jack. 

P. Q. gets another chance. -See Neher, 
Jack. 

The story of Louise Mapleton. -See Ne- 
her, Jack. 

NATIONAL RADIO FEATURES. See Vet- 
erans of victory. 

THE NATION'S temperature. -See Henry, 
Paul Thomas. 

NATIVE shore. -See Cullinan, Thomas Pat- 
rick. 

THE NATURAL son. -See Marlow, Reginald 
Hill. 

NATURE crescent. -See Feinberg, Morton C. 

NAUGHTY? -See Kretlow, Arthur. 

NAVAJO. -See Le Donne, Antoinette Thela. 

NAVAJO children. -See Encyclopedia britan- 
nica films, inc. 

NAVY T blue. -See Allen, Barbara. 

NEBUCHADNEZZAR goes mad. -See General 
mills, inc. 

THE NECKLACE. -See Popular science pub- 
lishing company, inc. 

N'ECOUTEZ pas, mesdames ! -See Guitry, 
Sacha. 

NED'S WIFE. -See Challenge of the Yukon. 
No. 426. 

THE NEED. -See Jam Handy organization, 
inc. Selecting salesmen. The patterned 
interview. 

NEEDHAM, LOUIS and BRORBY. Sky king. 
-See Wallace, Alan. 

NEELY. BENNIE EHRMAN. A broken 
home, a play in three acts. © lc 6-18-46 : 
Bennie Ehrman Neely, Chicago ; D unp. 
3658. 

NEGLEY, LILLIAN JONES. -See Viera, Lil- 
lian Jones. 

NEHER. JACK- 

Aunt Milly and the family skeleton. (Na- 
tional mental health foundation, series I, 
no. 4) Radio script. © 10-25-46; 2c. 11- 
13—46 : National mental health foundation. 
Philadelphia ; D pub. 5919. 

The case of C.vnthia Edward, by Jack 
Neher and Alex Sareyan. A radio drama- 
tization. (National mental health founda- 
tion, reprint no. 26) © lc 8-30-46: Na- 
tional mental health foundation, Philadel- 
phia ; D unp. 4747. 

Hats off to Sarge. -See McAllester, David. 
Joe Chandler gets a lift, by Jack Neher 
and Alex Sareyan. (National mental health 
foundation, series I, program 6). Radio 
script. © 11-15-46 ; 2c 11-13-46 ; National 
mental health foundation, Philadelphia : 
D pub. 5921. 



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NEHER, JACK — Continued. 

P. Q. gets another chance, by Jack Neher 
and Alex Sareyan. (National mental health 
foundation, series I, no. 3) Radio script. 
© 10-25-46 ; 2c 11-13-46 ; National mental 
health foundation, Philadelphia ; D pub. 
5918. 

The story of Louise Mapleton, case no. 
50773 ; by Jack Neher and Alex Sareyan. 
A radio dramatization. (National mental 
health foundation, reprint no. 25) © lc 
8-30-46 ; National mental health founda- 
tion, Philadelphia ; D unp. 4746. 

NEIDINGER. See Preses, Peter. 

NEIGHBORHOOD music shop. See Ten Eyck, 
Sidney. 

NEIGHBORS. See Salaway, Lowell E. 

NEILSON, FRANCES FULLERTON. Mocha 
the Djuka. See Lockhart, Katharine. 

NEILSON, NORMA. People we all admire. 
Radio script. © lc 12-10-46 : Norma Neil- 
son, Yonkers, N. Y. ; D unp. 6460. 

NELLIE'LL do it. See Bennett, Julia. 

NELLY was no lady. See Fuller, Lois Comp- 
ton. 

NELSON, MERWYN. Bagatelle, a play in 
two acts. © lc 10-9-45 ; Merwyn Nelson, 
New York ; D unp. 597. 

NELSON, MILTON ANDREW. Bringing 
home no bacon, a play. 8 leaves. © lc 
8-12-46 ; Milton Andrew Nelson, Rockford, 
111. ; D unp. 4506. 

NELSON, RALPH. 

The big wheel, a play in three acts. © 
lc 5-17-46 ; Ralph Nelson, Americus, Ga. ; 
D unp. 3163. 

The wind is ninety, a play in three acts. 
Chicago, Dramatic publishing co. [1946] 
84 p. front., diagr. 18% cm. © 9-14- 
46 ; 2c 9-26-46 ; Ralph Nelson, New York ; 
D pub. 5113. Prev. reg. 10-23-44 ; D unp. 
91158. 

NELSON, ROBERT A. Presentation — Prin- 
^ cess Ilina. Address nos. 1, 2. © lc each 
8-7-46 ; Joseph Simonette, New York ; C 
766, 767. 

NELSON, SCOTT, pseud. See Feld, Olga 
Carolyn. 

NEMERSON, LEWIS. A place called home, 
a play in three acts, from an idea by Joseph 
Ungar. © lc 7-9-46 ; Lewis Nemerson and 
Joseph Ungar, Brooklyn ; D unp. 4138. 

NENNO, HOWARD F. One foot in the gravy. 
Monologue. © lc 11-9-45 : Howard F. 
Nenno, Rochester, N. Y. ; C 147. 

NERVES. See Hausman, Leon. 

NESNOW, DORIS SORELL. 

The flames that were Lydia, by Doris 
Sorell. © lc 3-6-46 ; Doris Sorell Nesnow. 
Flushing. N. Y. ; new matter : revision ; D 
unp. 997. Prev. reg. 5-11-45 ; D unp. 
93420. 

The flames that were Lydia, a new play 
in three acts by Doris Sorell. © lc 10- 
18—46 ; Doris Sorell Nesnow, Flushing, 
N. Y. ; new matter : revision : D unp. 5941. 

NESTERS and Clarabelle. See The Lone 
Ranger. 2026-1251. 

NESTROY, JOHANN. Lumpacivagabundus, 
source title. See Stolz, Robert. Drei von 
der Donau. 

NEUBACH, ERNST. Der himmelskanditat, 
amerikanische kriminalkomodie in drei 
akten. © lc 1-13-46 ; Kurt Reiss, Basel, 
Switzerland ; D unp. 161. 

NEUENBURG, EVELYN BEYL. Heaven isn't 
so bad, a play in three acts. © lc 1-8-46 ; 
Evelyn Beyl Neuenburg, Altadena, Calif. ; 
D unp. 118. 

NEUTRALITY. See Gantkowski, Romuald. 

NEVARD, RUTH. 

The adventures of Tinkle Toes. Radio 
■scripts. © Ruth Nevard, Hackensack, N. J. 

1. © lc 12-29-45; D unp. 75. 

2. © lc 12-29-45 ; D unp. 76. 

* 3. © lc 8-17-46 ; D unp. 4594. 



Grandpa's pipe dream. Episode nos. 1, 2. 
Radio scripts. © lc each 12-29-45 ; Ruth 
Nevard, Hackensack, N. J. ; D unp. 77, 78. 

NEVER say goodnight. See Gage, Helen. 

NEVER too late. See Borodulin, Alexander. 

NEVERTHELESS, it moves! See Stewart, 
Donald Ogden. 

THE NEW Adam and Eve. See Forgotston, 
Benno H. 

THE NEW adventures of Robin Hood. See 
Stanley, John W. 

THE NEW Alcestis. See Kuner, Mildred 
Christophe. 

A NEW approach to safety through industrial 
unions. See Whittington, J. Milton. 

NEW baby. See Wilding picture productions, 
inc. 

THE NEW England geneologist. See Cope- 
land, Mary E. 

NEW fashion love. See Porter, William Ever- 
ett. 

NEW harmony. See Carter, Everett. 

NEW horizons. See Peterson, Margaret Dick. 
A bit of philosophy. 

NEW housing. See Keeping up with the Wig- 
glesworths. No. 48. 

A NEW love for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 
Kid. No. 48A. 

NEW marshal. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2125-1350. 

THE NEW mills "120" and "60". See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 

THE NEW open-type coolers. See Jam Handy 
organization, inc. 

NEW Orleans. See Potter, John Moss. 

THE NEW Orleans story. See Brown, Beth. 
The Blue Casino. 

NEW principles of the circle and sphere. See 
Maier, George E. 

NEW products and our economy. See Keep- 
ing- up with the Wigglesworths. No. 66. 

NEW salvage surgery for cancer. See Koster, 
Eric. 

THE NEW scientific economic system of en-~ 
ergy hours. See Rose, Earle C. A race be- 
tween greed and dictatorship. 

THE NEW Sinclair H-C gasoline. See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 

THE NEW Sinclair lubricants. See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 

THE NEW Sinclair premium motor oils. See 
Jam Handy organization, inc. 

THE NEW vendo '59' and '83'. -See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 

A NEW world writing. See Bliss, Charles K. 

NEW Year's Eve. See Challenge of the Yu- 
kon. No. 412. 

NEW York Philharmonic-symphony intermis- 
sion feature. See 

Bayne-Jones, Stanhope. Epidemics. 
Bowen, Ira Sprague. The 200-inch tele- 
scope. 

Compton, Karl Taylor. Science at the 
front. 

DuBridge, Lee Alvin. Microwaves. 
Fenn, Wallace Osgood. The muscle ma- 
chinery. 

Fletcher, Harvey. The science of hearing. 
Franck, James. Medical benefits from 
atomic energy. 

Gamble, James L. The internal environ- 
ment. 

Gibbons, Willis A. Bouncing molecules. 
Heidelberger, Michael. Resistance to in- 
fectious disease. 

Hillier, James. The story of the electron 
microscope. 

Hooten. Earnest A. The science of the 
individual. 

Iselin, Columbus O'Donnell. Oceanogra- 
phy. 

McCauley, George V. Today's glass. 
Macelwane, James Bernard. Forecast- 
ing earthquakes. 

Northrup, John H. The quick and the 
dead. 



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Notestein, Frank W. The changing 
world population. 

O'Brien, Brian. How much can we see? 
Oppenheimer. J. Robert. The atomic age. 
Painter, T. S. The science of heredity. 
Pauling, Linus. Molecular architecture 
and medical progress. 

Rabi, Isidor I. The atomic nucleus. 
Richards, Alfred Newton. Medical re- 
search during the war. 

Robbins. William Jacob. Growth. 
Rose, William Cumming. Some acids 
which are necessary for life. 

Sigerist. Henry E. Science and history. 
Stakman, Elvin Charles. Fungi — friends 
and foes. 

Taylor, Hugh Scott. The time factor in 
chemistry. 

Urey. Harold Clayton. Isotopes in 
atomic research. 

NEW York scrapbook. See Sharpe. Pauline. 

NEWARK goes to school. See Thompson, 
Helene Nevada. The story of anatomy. 

THE NEWCOMER. See The Lone Ranger. 
No. 2159-1384. 

NEWFIELD, JOHN ALDRICH. What's in a 
name, a play in two acts. © lc 2—6—46 ; 
John Aldrich Newfield, New York ; D unp. 
575. 

NEWMAN, ADELE. This love business, a 
musical comedy in two acts ; book by Adele 
Newman and Burt Milton, music by Martin 
Gabowitz, lyrics by Burt Milton. Text 
only. © lc 9-10—46 ; Adele Newman and 
Burt Milton, New York ; D unp. 4860. 

NEWMAN, BENJAMIN W. Shake hands 
with Victor, a comedy in three acts. © lc 
1—9-46 ; Benjamin W. Newman, New York ; 
D unp. 131. 

NEWMAN, CY. Stop, look and listen. Au- 
dition script. © lc 9—9—46 ; Cy Newman, 
New Orleans ; C 758. 

NEWMAN, ROBERT. See Murder at mid- 
night. 

NEWTON, DAYTON O. Let's go sleuthing. 
Radio script. © lc 4-9-46 ; Dayton O. 
Newton, Glen Ridge, N. J. : D unp. 2506. 

NEXT bench in Central Park. See Eyre, 
Laurence. 

NICE croing. See Goetz. Austin. 

A NICE place to visit. See Davidson, Frank C. 
Kadison. Philip. 

NICHOLSON, ANNE. 

Courage over the Andes, dramatic adapta- 
tion for radio of the book of the same name 
by Frederic Arnold Kummer. (Books bring 
adventure) © lc 9-25-46 ; Anne Nichol- 
son, Chicago ; D unp. 5072. 

Riders of the Gabilans, dramatic adapta- 
tion for radio of the book of the same name 
by Graham M. Dean. (Books bring adven- 
ture) © lc 9-25-46 ; Anne Nicholson, Chi- 
cago ; D unp. 5068. 

NICHOLSON, KENYON. Apple of his eye, a 
comedy in two acts by Kenyon Nicholson 
and Charles Robirpson. Chicago. Dramatic 
publishing co. [1946] 109 p. front., diagr. 
18% cm. © 10-11-46: 2c 11-15-46; Ken- 
yon Nicholson, New York, and Charles Rob- 
inson. Stockton, N. J. ; D pub. 6069. 

A NICKEL whistle. See Laderhandel, Harry 
Zarjure. 

A NICKEL'S worth of diamonds. See First 
nicrhter, Dec. 29, 1945. 

NICODEME. See Thareau. Pierre. 

NIE wiede" krieg. See Feith. Erwin Peter. 
Power was given them. 

NIELSON, MARGARET A. An old-fashioned 
mother, a domestic comedy in one act. Bos- 
ton, Baker's plays; [etc., 1946] 23 p. 
19 cm. (Baker's plays for amateurs) © 
10-3-46 ; 2c 10-6-46 ; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston ; D pub. 5314. 

NIESEN, BARNEY. A child's garden of 
manners ; text by Billy Hueston, William 



Friedman and Joseph Leibowitz ; music by 
Barney Niesen. In four parts. Text and 
music on separate leaves. © lc 11-1-46 ; 
David H. Braun, Newark, N. J. ; D unp. 1135. 

NIGGY Hyam. See Orlovitz, Gilbert. 

THE NIGHT before Christmas. See George, 
Charles. 

NIGHT before dawn. Gould, Milton Jewell. 

NIGHT cry. See Whelan, Russell. 

NIGHT fantasy. See Efron, Morry. 

A NIGHT in gay Paree. See McGovern, Terry. 

A NIGHT in the country. See Barker, Al- 
bert W. 

THE NIGHT is mv shroud. See Inner sanc- 
tum, Apr. 2, 1946. 

A NIGHT to think back. See Crutchfield, 
Les M. 

THE NIGHTINGALE, source title. See 
Evans, Alfred. Once upon a time. 

THE NIGHTINGALE and the rose. See Mc- 
Curdey, Catharine Millar. 

NIGHTMARE. See: 

Inner sanctum, Nov. 11, 1946. 
Murder at midnight. No. 8. 

NIGHTMARE money. See Rabinowitz, Mil- 
ton. 

NILES, RUTH CECILE. Advocating a na- 
tional program of educational mental hy- 
giene. Lecture. © lc 11-20-45; Ruth C. 
Niles, Baltimore ; C 22. 

NILSON, Artha Victoria. Insatiate hunger, a 
comedy in three acts. © lc 12-24-46 ; 
Artha Victoria Nilson, Aurora, Neb. ; D 
unp. 6670. 

NINE hours to live. See The return of Nick 
Carter. Apr. 16, 1946. 

NINOTCHKA. See Crutchfield, Les M. 

NISS, STANLEY. See Exploring the un- 
known. 

NITWIT'S marriage. See Wedeman, Erna. 

NIVOIX, PAUL. Girouette, comedie en 3 
actes. © lc 3-6-46 ; Paul Nivoix, St. 
Cloud, France ; D unp. 2447. 

NIXON, ELIZABETH. The slaves that freed 
themselves. A play of Africa for boys and 
girls, 9—14 years, or for a group of adults 
and children. New York, Friendship press 
[1945] 22 p. 18% cm. © 3-22-46; 2c 
3—27—46 ; Friendship press, inc., New York ; 
D pub. 2639. 

NO bed of roses. See Dick, V. C. 

NO funny business. See Parnell, Wallace R. 

NO help wanted. See Wilding picture produc- 
tions, inc. 

NO island paradise. See First nighter, Feb. 
16, 1946. 

NO longer alone. See Taubes, Frank. 

NO loophole. See Sherak, Bernard. 

NO magic now. See Bousfield, Helen C. 

NO man lives forever. See Slaff, Bert Allen. 

NO more washday. See Jam Handy organiza- 
tion, inc. 

NO night so long. See Adkins, Robert F. 

NO other land. See Laszlo, Miklos. 

NO place like home. See Hoffman, Louis. 

NO pockets. See Melford, Austin. Your face 
is familiar and other sketches. 

NO previous experience. See Orwig, Clara. 

NO road back. See Gamble, Raymond Bud. 

NO substitute for purity. See Young, 
Miriam. 

NO time for talk. See Maury, Curt Alfred T. 

NO time for the angels. See Foch, Dirk. 

NO time for trouble. See Frontman, Richard. 

NO trespassing. See O'Ryan, Jane Joyce. 

NO walls at all. See Salomon, Louis B. 

NO war in Troy. See Giraudoux, Jean. 

NO world. See Crutchfield. Les M. 

NOBLE, MARGARET H. The Queen of ro- 
mance. See Higgin, Clifford. 

A NOBLE science. See Wilding picture pro- 
ductions, inc. 

NOBLESSE oblige. See Herbert, F. Hugh. 

NOCTURNE. See Noel, Anne Van Wie. 

NOE, YVAN, pseud. See Noetinger, Jean. 



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NOEL, -ANNE VAN WIE. Nocturne, a drama 
! in four acts. New York, Gansevoort square 
publishing co. [1946] 87 p. 21 y 2 cm. © 
6-7-46 ; 2c 6-27-46 ; Anne Van Wie Noel, 
New York ; D pub. 3770. Prev. reg. 1-30- 
37; D 47422. 

NOEL, STERLING. Free Mibbs. See Stod- 
dart, Dayton. 

NOEL a la roulotte. See Serreau, Genevieve. 

NOETINGER, JEAN. Un ami viendra ce soir. 

■ See Kompaneizeff, Jacques. 
NOLA. See Holtby, Grace. 

NOLAN, STEPHEN. With open arms, a play 

in three acts by Stephen Nolan and Harold 

; L. Anderson. © lc 8-5-46; Stephen Nolan 

and Harold L. Anderson, Brooklyn ; D unp. 

4892. 

NOLTE, ROY E. Christmas bells, a Christ- 

■ mas choir cantata for mixed voices. Music 
composed and text compiled by Edward W. 
Norman [pseud.] Dayton, Lorenz [etc.] 
cl946. 64 p. 26% cm. With piano ac- 
companiment. Application author : Lorenz 

' • publishing co., employer for hire of Roy E. 
Nolte. © 7-25-46 ; 2c 9-21-46 ; Lorenz 
publishing co., Dayton, O. ; D pub. 1106. 

NON olet. See Mons, Max. 

NON ti conosco piu. See Benedetti, Aldo de. 

NONE may cross. See Ross, Betsy. 

THE NOOK. See Geto, Alfred David. 

NORDBYE. HARLAND J. For the love of 
Mike. See Carey, Clarice Bentley. 

NORFORD, GEORGE E. Of liberty and love, 

■ a play in three acts. © lc 1-17-46 : George 
E. Norford. Washington ; D unp. 269. 

NORMAN, EDWARD W., pseud. See Nolte, 
Rov E. 

NORMAN, JOHN DAVID. 

Casey wuz framed. (Experiment in ra- 
dio, Aug. 5, 1946) © lc 9-12-46; John 
David Norman, Houston, Tex. ; D unp. 4879. 
Catherine the great waitress. (Experi- 

: ment in radio, Aug. 26, 1946) © lc 9-12- 
46 : John David Norman, Houston, Tex. ; D 
unp. 4881. 

The numbered hours. (Experiment in 
radio. Sept. 9, 1946) © lc 9-^12-46; John 
David Norman, Houston, Tex. ; D unp. 4880. 
Pink lemonade. (Experiment in radio, 
Aug. 12, H946) © lc 9-12-46 ; John David 
Norman, Houston, Tex. ; D unp. 4882. 

NORRIS, GERALDINE LESLIE. Jimmy's 
reindeer, a Christmas radio play by Les 
Norris. © lc 8-21-46; Geraldine Leslie 
Norris, Hollvwood : D unp. 4624. 

NORRIS, KATHLEEN J. Movie matinee. 
Audition script, Oct. 11, 1946. © lc 10-23- 
46 : Kathleen J. Norris, New York ; C 899. 

NORRIS, Les. See Norris, Geraldine Leslie. 

NORTH, ALEX. The hither and thither of 
Danny Dither, a play with music for chil- 
dren, or adults ; play and lyrics by Jeremy 
Gurv. music by Alex North. [New York] 
Marks, cl946. 156 p. 26% cm. © 12- 
11-46 ; 2c 12-12-46 ; Edward B. Marks 
music corp.. New York ; D Tmb. 1138. 

NORTH, JOHN. Little green apples, a not too 
improbable farce in three acts. © lc 8-29— 
46 : John North. New York ; D unp. 5009. 

NORTH. MARTIN A. Hakol, kol Yaakov. 
See Reselson, Abraham. 

NORTH, VIRGINIA CATHERINE. War on 

' f*""al. Radio script. © lc 2-18-46; Vir- 
ginia Catherine North, San Antonio ; D unp. 
709. 

NORTH star. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2079-1304. 

THE NORTH window. See Dorian, Margery 
Schneider. 

THE NORTHEASTERN states. See Encyclo- 
paedia britannica films, inc. 

NORTHROP, EVELYN. Christmas for the 
Duchess, a two act comedy. Dayton, O., 
Paine T1946] 27 p. 18 cm. © 9-3-46; 



2c 9-5-46 ; Paine publishing co., Dayton, 
O. ; D pub. 4805. 
NORTHRUP, JOHN H. The quick and the 
dead. New York Philharmonic-symphony 
intermission feature. Broadcast, Apr. 7, 
1946. © lc 4-16-46 ; United States rubber 
co., New York ; C 381. 
NORTHWESTERN PRESS. 

All on a Saturday morning. See Barbee, 
Lindsey. 

Bessie, the bandit's beautiful baby ; or, 
Curses on my fatal beauty. See Price, 
Leland. 

Bottoms up. See Gregory, Harold J. 
Butch. See MacDonald, Dora Mary. 
The chance of a lifetime. See St. Clair, 
Robert. 

Desperate Desmond's dastardly deed ; or, 
Wedded, but no wife. See Price, Leland. 

The downstairs window. See Hicks, 
Elizabeth. 

Evening star. See George, Charles. 
Happy-go-lucky. See St. Clair, Robert. 
The haunted suitcase. See Thalimer, 
Florence L. 

Magic for three. See Barbee, Lindsey. 
The mislaid princess. See MacDonald, 
Dora Mary. 

The mouse and the marquis. See Mac- 
Donald, Dora Mary. 

Reunion. See Barbee, Lindsey. 
The scarlet hat. See Knipe, Robert. 
A sense of values. See MacDonald, Dora 
Mary. 

The seventh age. See Hall, John David- 
son. 

Spooky junction. See Stone, James 
Floyd. 

There comes a time. See MacDonald, 
Dora Mary. 

With eyes of youth. See Ramsey, Helen. 
THE NORTHWESTERN states. See Ency- 
clopaedia britannica films, inc. 
NORTON, FRED. Yours is my heart. See 

Sokolove, Benjamin Lawrence. 
NORVELLE, JEANNE. See Mower, Jeanne. 
NOT according to plan. See Goldman, Mi- 
chael Louis. 
NOT at home. See Kaplan, Irene. 
NOT I . . . ! See Miranda, Edgard da 

Rocha. 
NOT quite such a goose. See Garrigus, Fred- 
erick. You're on the air. 
NOT tonight, Genevieve. See Steele, Charles 

Ishmael. 
NOT tonight, Josephine. See Hoffman, Louis. 
NOT unclean. See Turnage, Martha Allen. 
NOT without love. See Fitzgerald, Burdette 

Spencer. 
A NOTE for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 

Kid. No. 118A. 
A NOTE to myself. See Summers, Hollis. 
NOTESTEIN, FRANK W. The changing 
world population. New York Philharmonic- 
svmphonv intermission feature. Broadcast 
Jan. 6, 1946. © lc 1-27-46 ; United States 
rubber co., New York ; C 124. 
NOTHIN' like it ! See Linxweiler, Alma 

Louise. 
NOTHING serious. See Snow, Donald C. 
NOTHING ventured. See Krotinger, Myron. 
NOTTE in casa del ricco. See Betti, Ugo. 
LES NOUVELLES aventures de Blanche- 

Neige. See Claret, Elyane. 
THE NOVEL event. See Winthrop, Dorothy. 
NOW ! Action by management. See Geddes, 

Gail G. 
NOW come George. See Good, Roscoe Wayne. 

Delirium. 
NOW I lay me down to sleep. See Ryan, 

Elaine. 
NOW I'll tell one. See Phillips, Irving. 
NOW proxies grow. See Yates, Herbert 
Leslie. 



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NOW voyager. See Lux radio theatre, Feb. 

11. 1946. 
NUCKLES. ROLLA HARGISS. Dawn test, a 

rit'reen minute radio play. © lc 6— 7— 4G ; 

Rolla Hargiss Nuckles, Kansas City, Mo. ; 

D unp. 34S<>. 
LAS NUEVAS de resurreccion. See Velaz- 
quez. Luis Pastor. 
NUGENT. RICHARD BRUCE. Magnolia 

scent. See Winner, Helen. 
NUIT et jour. See Puget, Claude Andre", 

Theatre, [t. 1] 
A NUMBER for the Cisco Kid. See The 

Cisco Kid. No. 21A. 
THE NUMBERED hours. See Norman, John 

David. 
NUN singen sie wieder. See Frisch. Max. 
NUTRITION in childbirth. See Exploring 

the unknown. Mar. 17, 1946. 
NYBERG, ESTER. How to make a dress 

form. Film script. © lc 6-25-46 ; Ester 

Nyberg, Seattle ; C 526. 
NYBURG. SIDNEY L. Lady Baltimore. See 

Stewart, Fred. 
NYE, ALDEN S. 

How would you do it ? A new program idea 

presented by Charles Arlington and Alden 

S. Nye. Audition script. © lc 4-8-46 ; 

Alden S. Nye and Charles Arlington, S ( an 

Francisco ; D unp. 2512. 







See 



'O ciuccio 'o parulano e 'a signora. 

Ciaramella. Roberto. 
'O locura o' santidad, source title. See Gray, 

Henry David. Aiming at the stars. 
OAKTE dope. See Melford, Austin. Your 

face is familiar and other sketches. 
OAKLAND'S studios. See Sands. Alan S. 
THE OAR song of the Emperor Wu-Ti. See 

Hopkins, May de Witt. 
O'BANNON, EUGENE E. Bachelor of arts, a 

comedy in three acts by Eugene E. O'Bannon 

and Robin M. League. © lc 8-12-46 ; Robin 

M. League and Eugene E. O'Bannon, Chi- 
cago ; D unp. 4505. 
OBER. EMIL H. Land 'em at random. See 

Roberts, Allen. 
OBER, ROBERT HOWARD. A day's work, 

a play in one scene. © lc 1—10—46 ; Robert 

Howard Ober, New York ; D unp. 129. 
OBEY, ANDRE. 

Les srueux au paradis. See Martens, 

Gaston-Marie. 

Le viol de Lucrece, source title. See 

Duncan, Ronald. The rape of Lucretia. 
OBITUARY. See Brodney. Kay. 
OBJECTIVE beauty. See Meth, Saul Harold. 
THE OBLIGING clock. See Wilson, Faith C. 
OBOLER, ARCH. 

Adventure, no. 1 of a series. Radio script. 

© lc 4-30-46 ; Arch Oboler, Cornell, Calif. ; 

D unp. 2866. 

Bedtime story — adults only. Radio script. 

© lc 3-4-46 ; Arch Oboler, Cornell, Calif. ; 

C 246. 

Rocket from Manhattan. Radio script. 

© lc 2-4-46 ; Arch Oboler, Cornell, Calif. ; 

D unp. 2547. 

Task force. A salute to the fleet. Radio 

program, Oct. 27, 1945. © lc 11-7-45 ; 

Arch Oboler, Cornell, Calif. ; C 42. 
O'BRIEN. BRIAN. How much can we see? 

New York Philharmonic-symphony inter- 
mission feature. Broadcast Nov. 24, 1946. 

© lc 12-5-46 : United States rubber co., 

New York ; C 960. 
OCEANIC codicil. See Wise, Elizabeth. For 

dear life. 
OCEANOGRAPHY. See Iselin, Columbus 

O'Donnell. 
OCKEY. See Bonneau, Leonard Nelson. 
O'CONNELL, ALBERTA MASTERS, Prologue, 

a one act drama in four scenes. © lc 



4-29-46 : Alberta Masters O'Connell, Wash- 
ington ; D unp. 2794. 
OCTAGON CLUB. Rogues in togas. See 

Crane, James. 
THE OCTOROON. See Miller, Jill. 
O'DAY, SHELLEY. Rumbin galleries, a play 

in three acts and one set by Shelley O'Day ; 

based on the novel by Booth Tarkin.uton. 

Revised edition. © lc 11-21-46; Shelley 

O'Day and Grace Lebrecht, New York ; D 

unp. 6050. 
ODD characters. See Kaye. Georgie. 
AN ODE to hunger. See Simon, Solomon. 
ODE to madness. See Rivas, Dagoberto. 
O'DEA, JOHN BAS'SITY. 

Attu ! A one-act play. New York, 

French [etc.] c 1945. 23 p. diagr. 18% 

cm. © 11-27-45 ; 2c 4-17-46 ; John B. 

O'Dea, Hollywood ; D pub. 2667. 

The brave understanding, a comedy in 

three acts. © lc 3-9-46 ; John Bassity 

O'Dea, Hollywood ; D unp. 2001. 
ODETS. CLIFFORD. The Russian people. 

See Simonov, Konstantin Mikhailovich. 
O'DONOHUE, DENNIS. 

Malinda, a musical comedy drama of 

Negro life in the South and Harlem, in two 

acts. Text only. © lc 6-7-46 ; Dennis 

O'Donohue, New York ; D unp.' 3448. 

Songs of freedom, an historical drama of 

the Negro race with music in prologue, four 

acts and epilogue. Text only. © lc 5-29— 

46 ; Dennis O'Donohue, New York ; D unp. 

3325. 
ODYSSEUS. See 

Brinton, Jasper Y. The Odyssey of 

Homer. 

Koch, Richard. Time to go home. 
THE ODYSSEY of Butch. See Hoffman 

Harry. 
ODYSSEY of Homer. See 
Brinton, Jasper Y. 
Koch, Richard. Time to go home. 
OESTRICHER. ANNE. Springtide, a play in 

three acts. © lc 3-7-46 ; Anne Oestricher, 

New York ; D unp. 981. 
OF famous memory. See Ginty, Elizabeth B. 
OF liberty and love. See Norford, George E. 
OF men and music. See Morrow. Timothy T. 
OF midnight fantasy. See Griffin, Catherine 

M. 
OFF, DOROTHY. The singing tree, dramatic 

adaptation for radio of the book of the same 

name by Kate Seredv. (Books bring- adven- 
ture) © lc 9-25-46 ; Dorothy Off (Mrs. 

Theodore) Los Angeles ; D unp. 5076. 
OFF, MRS. THEODORE. See Off, Dorothy. 
OFF-and-on-again Bill. See Stone, James 

Floyd. 
OFF Picadilly. See Beim, Norman. 
OFF the record. See Allen, Aria. 
OFF Ave go. See Auerbach, Arnold M. 
OFFENBACH, JACQUES. 

Helen of Joy. See Matray, Maria. 

The tales of Hoffmann, source title. See 

Leuthreau, Andre. The ride of hope. 
OFFICER in charge. See The Lone Ranger. 

No. 2018-1243. 
OGBOY, W. A., pseud. See Bailey, William A. 
OGBOY, WILLIAM AZENUWA, pseud. See 

Bailey, William A. 
OH boy listen. See Lunnay, James J. 
OH. daught' of Oldburn. See Catts, Samuel 

Walker. Twins of Rockland. 
OH. promise me. See Feld, Rose C. 
OH ! Susanna. See Clements, Florence Ryer- 

son. 
O'HIGGINS, BERNARDO. See Moreno, 

Gloria. La ultima victoria. 
OIL wells in Wales. See Szemere, Paul 

Peter. 
OIL'S well that ends well. See McCullough, 

Earl. The Khan of Teheran. 
OKAY, copper? See DeLeon, Walter. . t 
OLA Pagoda. See Lipschutz, Paul. 



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See The Lone Ranger. No. 



THE OLD church bell. See Brazil, Waldo 
Haggberg. / 

OLD country store. See Hill, Gene Renouf. 

OLD Doc Mud Hole. See Desy, George Henri. 

THE OLD Fall River line. See Reines, Ber- 
nard. 

AN OLD-FASHIONED mother. See Nielson, 
Margaret A. 

THE OLD fly's tale. See Brown, Marion 
Martin, II. 

THE OLD grad. See Finch, Robert Voris. 

THE OLD gray mare ain't — . See Cox, M. M. 

OLD greenhorn. See Dowell, George Brendan. 

OLD Jeb's choice. See The Lone Ranger. 
No. 2144-1369. 

OLD Lady Robbins. See Miller, Albert G. 

THE OLD lady who smoked. See The Lone 
Ranger. No. 2134-1359. 

THE OLD maid misbehaves. See Reimer, 

OLD MAN'S darling. See The Sheriff. No. 
70. 

OLD Mrs. Brown, gee Gould, Marian. 

OLD Nan 13. See Mason, Susie Pierce. 

OLD Number 1-8-7. See Gilbert, Bertha 
Jones. 

OLD Poncho. 
2160-1385. 

THE OLD smoke-filled room. See Sack, Louis. 

OLD Tex. See The Lone Ranger. No. 2150- 
1375. 

AN OLD tradition. See Walling, Roy. 

THE OLD wives' tale. See Dinner, William. 

OLDER, CORA. America's immortal song ; 
or, Be it ever so humble ; or, Home sweet 
home. Sketch for a scenario on the life of 
John Howard Payne. 75 leaves. © lc 
8-26-46; Cora -Older (Mrs. Fremont Older) 
Cupertino, Calif. ; D unp. 5950. 

OLDER, MRS. FREMONT. See Older, Cora. 

THE OLE fox hunt. See Malle, Clyde Ed- 
ward. 

OLE Louisiana. See David, William. 

OLESKEY, ISADORE H. The torque prin- 
ciple in body mechanics. Lecture. © lc 
10-31-46 ; Isadore H. Oleskey, Chicago ; 
C 804. 

OLGA. See Faller, James. 

OLGA sings. See Heath, Walter T. 

OLIAN, I. A. and Steinberg, M. C, d.b.a. 
Olian advertising company. .See Olian ad- 
vertising company. 

OLIAN ADVERTISING COMPANY. Dixcel 
license quiz. Radio broadcast, Feb. 8, 1946. 
© lc 4-21-46 ; I. A. Olian and M. C. Stein- 
berg, d.b.a. Olian advertising co., St. Louis ; 
C 377. 

OLIPHANT, H. N. Keep it clean. See Kil- 
bourn, Jonathan. 

OLIVE, HARRY. Sun, shine on me ; a play 
in three acts by Harry Olive and Frank 
Taubes. © lc 4-3-46 ; Frank Taubes and 
Harry Olive, New York ; D unp. 2440. 

OLIVER, ALBERT C. Baby fever, a comedy 
farce in three acts. © lc 11-4-46 ; Albert 
C. Oliver, New York ; D unp. 5769. 

OLIVER PERRY tries again. See The Green 
Hornet. No. 772. 

OLIVER TWIST. See Mathias, Phillip. 

OLMSTED, PATRICIA MALLINSON. Spin 
the world. See Riddle, James E. 

OLSON, PERSHING ORVILLE. 

Fourth marriage, a comedv in. three acts. 
© lc 9-8-46 ; Pershing Orville Olson, San 
Francisco ; D unp. 4849. 

The gaudy spring, a comedy in three acts. 
© lc 11-17-46 ; Pershing Orville Olson, 
San Francisco ; D unp. 5975. 

The honorable Jane, a comedy in three 
acts. © lc 7-3-46 ; Pershing Orville Olson, 
San Francisco ; D unp. 3843. 

Portrait of Ellen, a drama in three acts. 
© lc 10-14-46 ; Pershing Orville Olson, San 
Francisco ; D unp. 5400. 

The twisted arrow, a play in three acts. 



© lc 9-2-46 ; Pershing Orville Olson, S"an 
Francisco ; D unp. 4765. 

OMAR. See General mills, inc. 

OMELET, the Harlem Hamlet. See Levy, 
Charles Samuel. 

ON a farm. See Brown, Bessie. 

ON demande un amant, source title. See 
Dekobra, Maurice. Wanted — a lover. 

ON dial. See Whitescarver, Wilda. 

ON heaven's doorstep. See Barrett. Carl A. 

ON higher ground. See Petty, Katnryn Am- 
ber. 

ON the carpet. See Ten Eyck, Sidney. 

ON the dark of the moon. See Lockhart, 
Katharine. 

ON the hunt of the mountain lion. See 
Reeves, Zoe. 

ON the road to Emmaus. See Johnson, Flor- 
ence Hood. 

ON the road to fame. See Vogel, Harry. 

On the sunny side. See Parsons, James. 

ON to Oregon. See 

Mills, Parmelia Margaret. 
Piatt, Helen. 

On with the dance. See Gregory, John Han- 
naford. 

On with the show. See Phillips, Irving. 

ONCE an actor. See Keeney, Claire Hand- 
saker. 

ONCE around the heart. See Zubek, Johan- 
na F. 

ONCE in a blue moon. See Faust, Esther. 

ONCE in a thousand years. See Blake, Sarah 
Weld. 

ONCE is enough. See Becker, Edna M. 

ONCE over lightly. See Kaiser, Samuel. 

ONCE upon a dime. See Bela, Nicholas. 

ONCE upon a star. See Dalton, Howard. 

ONCE upon a time. See Evans, Alfred. 

ONCE very lightly. See Auerbach, Arnold M. 

ONE born every minute. See Lippman, Sid- 
ney. 

ONE brief moment. See Lynn, Joseph G. 

ONE day of grace. See McMillan, Mark. 

ONE dollar, American. See Mack, Mary Anna. 

ONE — five and ten, Sinclair-izing. See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 

ONE FOOT IN HEAVEN. (Radio program.) 
, Scripts in this series are by Hartzell Spence 
and others. © Hartzell Spence, Somerset, 
Va. 

16. Broadcast May 20, 1945. © lc 2-18- 
46 ; D unp. 964. 

17. Broadcast May 27, 1945. © lc 2-18- 
46 ; D unp. 965. 

18. Broadcast June 3, 1945. © lc 2-18- 
46 : D unp. 966. 

28. Broadcast Aug. 16, 1945. © lc 2-18- 
46 ; D unp. 953. 

29. Broadcast Aug. 23, 1945. © lc 2-18- 
46 ; D unp. 954. 

30. Broadcast Aug. 30, 1945. © lc 2-18- 
46 ; D unp. 959. 

31. Broadcast Sept. 6, 1945. © lc 2-18- 
46 ; D unp. 960. 

32. Broadcast Sept. 13, 1945. © lc 2-18- 
46 ; D unp. 961. 

34. Broadcast Sept. 20, 1945. © lc 2-18- 
46 ; D unp. 955. 

35. Broadcast Sept. 27, 1945. © lc 2-18- 
46 ; D unp. 956. 

35a. Broadcast Oct. 10, 1945. © lc 2-18- 
46 ; D unp. 957. 

36. Broadcast Oct. 17, 1945. © lc 2-18- 
46 ; D unp. 958. 

37. Broadcast Oct. 24, 1945. © lc 12- 
10-45 ; D unp. 401. 

38. Broadcast Nov. 7, 1945. © lc 11- 
18-45 ; D unp. 22. 

39. Broadcast Nov. 14, 1945. © lc 11- 
18-45 ; D unp. 23. 

40. Broadcast Nov. 21, 1945. © lc 12- 
11-45 : D unp. 950. 

41. Broadcast Nov. 28, 1945. © lc 12- 
11-45 ; D unp. 951. 



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v. 19, 1946 



ONE foot in the gravy. -See Nenno, Howard 

F. 
ONE for the book. -See Gingrich, Harold. 
ONE for the money. -See Dr. Christian. No. 

3S0. 
ONE good turn. See Furber, Douglas. My 

longest runs and greatest successes. 
ONE hundred years. See Maxon, Helen 

Hitchcock. 
1 in 5.000. See Swan, Robert G. 
ONE is enough. -See Baxter, Maria Dobren- 

chuk. 
ONE-MAN cat. -See Challenge of the Yukon. 

No. 452. 
ONE man woman. -See Waer, John Alexander. 
ONE meets such nice people. -See Thomas, 

Carlson R. 
ONE minute overtime. -See Taubes, Frank. 
ONE more song. -See Harris, George Bernard. 
ONE night in Brooklyn. -See First nighter, 

Mar. 2, 1946. 
ONE night stand. -See Coffin, Dean. Hi, pop. 
ONE no trump. -See Myers, Gustave Francis. 
ONE page of glory. -See Schwenck, Herbert 

John. 
ONE pink Camellia. -See Klein, Ruth. 
ONE-REHEARSAL novelty programs. -See 

ONE starry night. -Sec Caton, Dorothy Web- 
ber. Special-day plays and flashlight fun. 

ONE summer at the San Juan. -See Filler. 
Agnes Emberson. 

ONE Sunday evening. -See Levine, Abraham. 

ONE too niany frame-ups. -See The Green 
Hornet. No. 769. 

ONE, two, three, four, five, six, seven. -See 
Parmentier, Margaret. 

ONE wagon westward. -See Woodman, Ruth. 

ONE way ticket. -See Eslick, Louis Harwood. 

O'NEIL/.IOHN CLYDE. Two to kill, a mys- 
tery-farce in three acts. © lc 9-30-46 ; 
John Clyde O'Neil, Los Angeles ; D unp. 
5159. 

O'NEILL. EUGENE GLADSTONE. 

The iceman cometh, a play. New York, 
Random house [1946] 260 p. 21 cm. © 
10-10-46 ; 2c 10-4-46 ; Eugene O'Neill, New 
York ; D pub. 5541. Prev. reg. 2-12-40 ; 
D unp. 6S436. 

A touch of the poet, a play in four acts. 
© lc 1-4-46 ; Eugene O'Neill, New York ; 
D unp. 57. 

O'NEILL, Frances. Thorn in the flesh, a play 
in three acts. © lc 4—11—46 ; Frances 
O'Neill, New York : D unp. 2553. 

O'NEILL, KATHLEEN, pseud. -See Goetz, 
Austin. 

O'NEILL, LITA MARGARET. Clair de lune, 
dramatic script for a water ballet in one 
scene. © lc description 1—21—46 ; lc script 
2-23-46 ; Lita Margaret O'Neill, Los An- 
geles : D unp. 887. 

O'NEILL, THOMAS. Nothing serious. -See 
Snow, Donald C. 

THE ONLY magnolia. -See Tweedy, Kent. 

ONLY the brave\ -See Lester, Raymond Blaine. 

ONLY to be kind. -See Buss, Carl A. 

ONOFRIO, NICOLA DEL. -See Del Onofrio, 
Nicohi. 

ONORATO, LEONARD ANTHONY. Joel ; or, 
Joel Meyers. A scenario screen-play in four 
acts. © lc 7-15^6 ; Leonard Anthony 
Onorato, Boston ; D unp. 4171. 

OOWHA tagoo Siam. -See Cranford, Peter 
Gordon. 

THE OPEN door. -See Morse, George Chester. 

OPEN house. -See Boretz, Alvin. 

OPEN house at Molly's. -See Shellev, Elsa. 

OPEN letter. -See Cmtchfield, Les M. 

OPEN wide your arms. -See Martin, Francis B. 

OPENING night. -See Bernheim, Michel. 

OPERATION Jackpot. -See Keller, Peter. 

OPERATION Peace. -See Wald, Malvin. 

OPPENHEIMER, J. ROBERT. The atomic 
age. New York Philharmonic-symphony 



intermission feature. Broadcast Dec. 23, 
1945. © lc 1-27-46 ; United States rubber 
co., New York ; C 123. 

OPPERMAN, JOSEPH. Rosebud and Peter- 
kin, a play for children, with music ; based 
on a production plan by Boris Tumarin 
suggested by The sleeping beauty, from 
Grimm's fairy tales, In two acts. Text 
only. © lc 10-11-46 ; Joseph Opperman, 
New York : D unp. 5288. 

THE OPPORTUNIST. -See Sturm, Richard 
Franklin. 

OPPORTUNITY. See Jam Handy organiza- 
tion, inc. 

THE OPPORTUNITY of a lifetime. -See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 

ORACLE junction. -See Scott, Sari Elizabeth. 

ORALEXICON. -See School of radio tech- 
nique, inc. 

THE ORCHARDS of Polovchansk. -See Le- 
onov, Leonid Maksimovich. 

ORCHID on her shoulder. -See Cole, Ruth 
Haggin. 

ORCHIDS for glamour. -See Cook, Imogene. 

ORCHIDS for two. -See Ebenhack, Arthur. 

ORDER restored. -See The Lone Ranger. 
oapcq 1283 

ORlDET, source title. -See Munk, Kaj. The 
word. 

OREFICE, FRANK EDWARD. 

And here is Lana, a three act comedy 
drama. © lc 2-25-46 ; Frank Edward 
Orefice, Hartford ; D unp. 3727. 

Awfully nice, a play in two acts ; book 
by Frank E. Orefice, lyrics by Tom McKee, 
music by Frank Stuart. Text only. © lc 
5-7-46 ; Frank Edward Orefice, Hartford ; 
D unp. 3732. 

Stowaway to love, a musical comedy in 
two acts ; book by Frank E. Orefice, lyrics 
by Tom McKee, music by Frank Stuart. 
Text only. © lc 3-27-46 ; Frank Edward 
Orefice, Hartford ; D unp. 2827. 

Top lady, a musical comedy in two acts 
and thirteen scenes ; book, lyrics and music 
by Frank Orefice, Frank Stuart and Russell 
Mack. Text only. © lc 8-22-46 ; Russell 
Mack, Newark, N. J. ; Frank E. Orefice, 
Hartford and Frank Stuart, New York ; D 
unp. 5459. 

ORENSTEIN, LEO ALAN. Run Gabriel run, 
a radio play. © lc 2-15-46 ; Leo Alan 
Orenstein, Toronto ; D unp. 750. 

ORFEO e Proserpina. -See Benelli, Sem. 

ORGANIZATION. See Titus, Charles Hick- 
man. Politics. 

ORGANIZED community responsibility. -See 
Sallee, Alvah Charles. 

ORGANIZING a marketing research depart- 
ment. -See, Thompson, G. Clark. 

ORKOW, BEN HARRISON Victoria winked, 
a comedy in two acts. © lc 9—2—46 ; Ben 
Harrison Orkow, Los Angeles ; D unp. 4769. 

ORLOVITZ, GILBERT. 

Christina, a libretto in seven scenes by 
Gil Orlovitz. © lc 8-2-46 ; Gilbert Orlo- 
vitz, Philadelphia ; D unp. 4844. 

Garibaldi, a play in three acts by Gil 
Orlovitz. © lc 6-30-46 ; Gilbert Orlovitz, 
Philadelphia ; D unp. 4170. 

Maneuver incident, a play in three acts 
by Gil Orlovitz. © lc 6-24-46 ; Gilbert 
Orlovitz, Philadelphia ; D unp. 3342. 

Niggy Hyam, a play in three acts by Gil 
Orlovitz. © lc 10-8-46 ; Gilbert Orlovitz, 
Philadelphia ; D unp. 5695. 

ORNITZ, SADIE LESSER. Semper fidelis. 
-See Ornitz, Samuel Badisch. 

ORNITZ, SAMUEL BADISCH. Semper fidelis, 
a play in three acts. © lc 10—27—44 ; Sadie 
Lesser Ornitz, Los Angeles ; new matter : 
revised version ; D unp. 6336. Prev. reg. 
Here I am, 10-4-44 ; D unp. 90689. 

ORPHEUS in Manhattan. >See Kurlan, David. 



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ORR, MARY. 

Be your age, a domestic comedy in three 
acts by Mary Orr and Reginald Denham. 
© lc 10-15-46 ; Mary Orr and Reginald 
Denham, New York ; D unp. 6036. 

Dark hammock, play in three acts by 
Mary Orr and Reginald *Denham. [New 
York] Dramatists play service [1946] 82 p. 
front., diagr. 19 cm. © 9-6-46 ; 2c 9-13- 
46 ; Reginald Denham and Mary Orr (Anne 
Caswell, pseud.), New York; new matter: 
additions and revisions ; D pub. 4979. Prev. 
reg. Put out the light; 11-13-42, D unp. 
824:35. 

The sweetest rain, a play in three acts by 
Mary Orr and Reginald Denham ; adapted 
from the play Where angels fear, by Mar- 
garet and Joseph Yablonski. © lc 3-14-46 ; 
Reginald Denham, Mary Orr, Joseph Yablon- 
ski and Margaret Yablonski, New York ; new 
matter : revision ; D unp. 2743. Prev. reg. 
Where angels fear ; 9—25—45, D unp. 95254. 

ORSON Jones. See Ryan, Reginald Terry. 

OR VIS, FRANK. All-American revue. Audi- 
tion script, Aug. 30, 1946. © lc 8-30-46 ; 
Crosley corp., Cincinnati ; C 690. 

ORW1G, CLARA. No previous experience, a 
comedy in three acts. © lc 9—23—46 ; Clara 
Orwig, Los Angeles ; D unp. 5026. 

O'RYAX. JANE JOYCE. No trespassing, a 
comedy in three acts and four scenes. © lc 
7-13-46 ; Jane Joyce O'Ryan, New York ; 
D unp. 4023. 

OSBORN, MARIE-LOUISE MONTGOMERY. 

The fair invaders, a comedy in three acts 

by Marie-Louise Osborn. © lc 4-11-46 ; 

Marie-Louise M. Osborn, New Haven ; D unp. 

2552. 

Who is Sylvia, a play in three acts. © lc 
12-11-46 ; Mrs. Marie-Louise Osborn, New 
Haven; D unp. 6549. 

OSBORN, PAUL. The bridge, a play in two 
acts. © lc 11-2-46 ; Paul Osborn, Brook- 
field Center, Conn. ; D unp. 5957. 

OSBORNE, CLINTON. See Aunt Jenny's real 
lifp st"orif*s 

OSBORNE, ERNEST G. Childcraft transcrip- 
tion no. 1-26. © lc each 6-14-46 ; Quarrie 
corp- Chicago ; D unp. 3577-3602. 

OSCEOLA. See Ross. Herman. 

O'SHAUGHNESSY, MICHAEL, pseud. Bee 
Weightman-Smith, Michael. 

O'SHEA, NORA. Julia Walker's curls, a mono- 
logue. © lc 9-27-46 ; Nora O'Shea, New 
York ; D unp. 5149. 

OSHERSON, ADELE S. 

The layette, a comedy in one act. Boston, 
Baker's plays ; [etc., 1946] 19 p. 19 cm. 
(Baker's plays for amateurs.) © 9-27-46 ; 
2c 9-29-46 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston ; D 
pub. 5319. 

Week-end, a play in three acts.- Boston, 
Baker's plays ; [etc., 1946] 111 p. 19 cm. 
(Baker's royalty plays) © 8-13-46 ; 2c 8- 
15-46 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston ; D pub. 
4647. 

OSHRIN. HARRY H. The soldier tanaka. 
See Colton, John. 

OSTEN, LISA, pseud. See Krumschmidt, 
Elizabeth A. 

OSTERGREN, EUGENE GEORGE. Cupid's 
capers. Radio script. © lc 8-28-46 ; Eu- 
gene George Ostergren, Chicago ; D unp. 
4727. 

OSTROW, SEYMOUR. A suite disorder. See 
Heller, Joseph. 

THE OTHER fella's cap. See Sftarpe, Pauline. 

THE OTHER half. See Judge, James P. 

THE OTHER side of the page. See Dr. Chris- 
tian. No. 394. 

OTT, SUSANA CLAYTON. Folk song of 
America, a drama of her history. A dra- 
matic monologue. © lc 10-24—45 ; Susana 
Clayton Ott, Los Angeles ; D unp. 4634. 



OTTENHEIMER, ALBERT M. San Juan 
story. See Taverniti, Helen Stewart. 

OTTO, J. FRANK. Regards from Elsie. See 
Blossner, Benjamin. 

THE OUBLIETTE. See Williams, Edwin 
Everitt. 

OUR bouquet for today. See Haugsjaa, Julia 
Amanda Stophia. 

OUR country's flag. See King, Billy. 

OUR dear husband. See Keating, Lawrence 
A. 

OUR first community Mother's club, 1910- 
1917. See Heibel, Mamie. 

OUR good uncle's troubles. See Gregory, John 
Hannaford. 

OUR hearts were young and gay. See Kerr, 
Jean. 

OUR listeners say. See Bogach, Victor. 

OUR newer foreign trade controls. See Keep- 
ing up with the Wigglesworths. No. 63. 

OUR revolution in export trade. See Keep- 
ing up with the Wigglesworths. No. 70. 

OUR superiors. See Rhodes, Carl. 

OUR Uncle Dudley. See Donaldson, Thomas 
B. 

OUR vines have tender grapes. See Lux radio 
theatre, Sept. 2, 1946. 

OUT from New Bedford. See Walsh, Fred- 
erick George. 

OUT of Nazareth. See Loomis, Amy Good- 
hue. 

OUT of the clock. See Bennett, Rowena 
(Bastin). Six holiday plays. 

OUT of the crowd. See Creyke, Richard P. 

OUT of the dark. See Parker, Sam. Dr. 
Parker presents Out of the dark. 

OUT OF THE DARK, INC. Dr. Parker pre- 
sents Out of the dark, case history of . . . 
See Parker, Sam. 

OUT of the enchanted past. See Gworek, 
Stella M. 

OUT of this world. See 
Braun, Wilbur. 
Goetz. Austin. 
Kirshbaum, Louis. 
McCoy, Paul Stevens. 
Siegelaub, Nina. 
Griggs, Martha A. 

OUT of today. See King, Laura P. 

OUT where the West begins. See Bartlett, 
Arthur J. 

OUTCAST. See Murder at midnight. No. 32. « 

AN OUTDOOR play of Jeanne d'Arc. See 
Maginnis, Monica, sister. 

OUTLAW masquerade. See The Lone Ranger. 
No. 2172-1397. 

OUTLAW'S gold. See The Lone Ranger. 
Nos. 2030-1255, 2031-1256. 

OUTLINE of plan for newspaper features of 
interest to smokers and other tobacco users. 
See Purcell, Robert H. . 

OVER the coffee cups with the Randolphs. See 
Moore, Ruth Easley. 

OVER the rainbow. See Wilding picture pro- 
ductions, inc. 

OVER the second cup. See Engle, Eleanor I. 

OVER the tea-cups. See Handelman, Anna K. 

OVERMAN, FREDERICK VAILE, JR. 

Mock horizon, a play in three acts. © lc 
4—19—46 : Frederick Vaile Overman, jr., 
Tipton, Ind. ; D unp. 2719. 

Selective volunteer, a play in one act. © 
lc 1-30-46 ; Frederick Vaile Overman, jr., 
Tipton, Ind. ; D unp. 431. 

Take a diva, a farce in one act. © lc 
2—6—46 ; Frederick Vaile Overman, jr., Tip- 
ton, Ind. ; D unp. 572. 

This to remember, a play in three acts. 
© lc 2-13-46 ; Frederick Vaile Overman, jr., 
Tipton, Ind. ; D unp. 677. 

Two in the bush, a farce in three acts. © 
lc 3-15-46 ; Frederick Vaile Overman, jr., 
Tipton, Ind. ; D unp. 2125. 

OVERTURE to brotherhood. See Jackson, 
John Marion. 



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OWEN, DELOS. Right? Right: A one- 
minute dramatization, designed primarily 
for a radio spot announcement. © le 8-27- 
46 ; Delos Owen, Chicago ; D unp. 470fi. 

OWENS, MERRITT. Morning mirror blues. 
Radio program. Mar. 18, 1946. © lc 3-24- 
46 : Lucky tiser mfg. co., Kansas Citv, Mo. ; 
C 337. 

OX uoad. See Lampman. Evelyn Siblev. 

OZARKS BROADCASTING CO., INC. -See 
Korn's-a-krackin'. 



P. Q. gets another chance. See Neher, Jack. 

PAALEN. WOLFGANG ROBERT. The beam 
of the balance, play in three acts by Wolf- 
gang Paalen. © lc 4-18-46 ; Wolfgang 
Robert Paalen, New York ; D unp. 2653. 

PABST SALES COMPANY. Going places. 
See Jam Handy organization, inc. 

PACHECO, JUSTIN M. Animal Shangri-la. 
.Monologue. © lc 6-17-46 : Justin M. Pa- 
checo. North Hollywood, Calif. : C 492. 

THE PACKET rider and the Cisco Kid. See 
The Cisco Kid. No. 128A. 

PACULLY, ERNEST. Beautiful New York, 
a comedy in three acts. © lc 11-1-46 ; 
Ernest Pacully. Brooklyn ; D unp. 5796. 

PADOVANI, GEORGE JOSEPH. This day 
in the centuries. Radio script. © lc 3-15- 

45 : George Joseph Padovani, Long Island 
City, N. Y. ; C 938. 

PADWE, FRANK. 

Dollars to donuts : or, From A-B-C's to 
college degrees. A fictionalized version of 
a dramatic and radio audience participation 
show. First of the series. © lc 10-22-46 ; 
Frank Padwe, New York ; D unp. 5697. 

You name it — you get it ! A dramatic 
and radio audience-participation series, fic- 
tionalized. Opening chapter. © lc 9-19- 

46 : Frank Padwe, New York ; D unp. 6111. 
You name it — you get it ! (with the Peri- 
lous Pool) A dramatic and radio audi- 
ence participation show, fictionalized. Sec- 
ond of the series. © lc 10-29-46 ; Frank 
Padwe, New York ; D unp. 5689. 

IL PAESE delle vacanze. See Betti, Ugo. 

PAGE. SARAH. Heavenly road, a play in 
three acts by Sarah Page and Alexander 
Markey. © ic 9-5-46 ; Alexander Markey, 
New York ; D unp. 4799. 

PAGEANT of the mistresses of the White 
House. See Gerlinger, Irene Hazard. 

PAGET, DIANE, pseud. See Rowe, Mar- 
garet Jaques. 

PAGING all chumps. See Loeb, Jack Barton. 

PAGING the girls. See Parsons, Jim. 

PAGNOL, MARCEL. 

La femme du boulanger, piece en trois 
actes. © lc 8-9-46 ; Marcel Pagnol, Paris ; 
D unp. 6414. 

Le premier amour, en trois parties. © lc 
5-8-46 ; Marcel Pagnol, Paris ; D unp. 4161. 

PAID in full. See The Green Hornet. No. 
733. 

PAIGE, ETHEL. Queen Wilhelmina. her life 
and times. Address. © lc 3-4-46 : Ethel 
Paige, New York ; C 462. 

PAINE PUBLISHING COMPANY. 

Christmas for the duchess. See North- 
rop, Evelyn. 

Curiosity cure. See Rolseth, Harold. 
Just pretend. See Sundelof-Asbrand, 
Karin. 

Love me, love my dog. See Long, Sara 
Liston. 

Who's a Sissy? See Goetz. Austin. 

THE PAINTED eagle. See Baker, W. Mor- 
gan. 

THE PAINTED people. See Austin. Alexan- 
der. 

PAINTER, T. S. The science of heredity. 
New York Philharmonic-symphony inter- 



mission feature. Broadcast Mar. 31, 1946, 
© lc 3-14-46 ; United States rubber co., 
New York ; C 289. 

A PAIR of nylons. See The Green Hornet. 
No . 747. 

THE PALAIS Royal junior board. See Dil- 
lon, Anna Elizabeth. 

THE PALE lady. See Fox, Helen M. 

PALETTE of hate. See Wattron, Frank J., 
jr. 

PALMER, JAMES WESLEY. For Dad's 
sake, a comedy in one act. Cedar Rapids, 
la., Heuer, c 1946. 22 p. diagr. 19 cm. 
© 9-12-46 ; 2c 10-7-46 ; Edward I. Heuer, 
Cedar Rapids, la.; D pub. 5220. 

PALMER, WINTHROP BUSHNELL. Good- 
bye Victoria, a play in three acts. © lc 
9-27-46 ; Winthrop Bushnell Palmer, New 
York ; D unp. 5434. 

PALMERIO, ANTHONY JOSEPH. Silver 
apples of the moon, a play in three acts. 
© lc 9-15—46 ; Anthony Joseph Palmerio, 
New York ; D unp. 5247. 

PAN. See Gross, Frances W. 

PANCHO and Don Burro. See Tripp, Paul, 
Pancho goes to a fiesta. 

PANCHO goes to a fiesta. See Tripp, Paul. 

PANCHO Smit goes to Hollywood. See Slier, 
bowsky, David. 

PAONESSA, RALPH DOMINICK. Liebes- 
traum. See Stauffer, William Aubrey. 

PAPA-MAMA. See Jenkins, Helen Day. 

PAPER moon. See Phillips, Peggy. 

PAPPY of Gowanus. See Frank, Paul. 

PAPPY travels. See Roosen, George. 

PARABLE of Reb. Yisroel. See The eternal 
light. No. 62. 

PARADISE. See Garrigus, Frederick. You're 
on the air. 

PARAGON for fraud. See Veterans of vic- 
tory. No. 9. 

A PARDON for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 
Kid. No. 98A. 

PARDON my ancestors. See Rose, Le Roma. 

PARDON my oomph. See Rossen, Terrie Mill. 

PARDON my past. See Lux radio theatre, 
May 13, 1946. 

PARENTS' day quiz show. See Welton, David 
Goe. 

PARES, PHILIPPE. Editions. See Editions 

Philippe Pares. 
PARESIS, case history. See Parker, Sam. 

Dr. Parker presents Out of the dark. 
PARIS fashions on the air. See Scholten, 

George F. 
PARISH, JAMES. 

Message for Margaret, a play in three 

acts. © lc 10-1-46 ; James Parish, London ; 

D unp. 5178. 

Truant in Park Lane, a comedy in three 

acts. © lc 10-30-46 ; James Parish, Lon- 
don ; D unp. 5701. 
THE PARISH boy's progress. See Mathias, 

Phillip. Oliver Twist. 
PARKE, ACLE. Thoughts create feelings 

which result in happiness, etc. Lecture. 

© lc 1-28-46 ; Acle Parke, Yakima, Wash. ; 

C 105. 
PARKER, KENNETH FULLER. Four flights 

up. a new play in three acts by Ken Parker. 

© lc 10-22-46 ; Kenneth Fuller Parker, New 

York : D unp. 5575. 
PARKER, PHYLLIS. Build me straight, a 

radio play. (Cavalcade of America, Jan. 7, 

1946) © lc 6-7-46; E. I. du Pont de 

Nemours & co., Wilmington, Del. ; D unp. 
, 3464. 
PARKER. SAM. 

Dr. Parker presents Out of the dark. 

Radio scripts. © Out of the dark, inc., 

New York. Case histories in this series are 

listed below : 

Charles Horton. Broadcast Nov. 24, 1946. 

© lc 11-22-46 ; C 884. 

George Carrol. Broadcast Nov. 10, 1946. 



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PARKER, SAM — Continued. 
© lc 11-10-46 ; C 900. 

Joe Miller. © lc 12-22-46 ; D unp. 6672. 
Mr. Benson. © lc 11-2-46 ; C 819. 
Mrs. L. © lc 10-27-46; C 801. 
Mrs. Lambert. Broadcast Nov. 17, 1946. 
© lc 11-16-46 ; C 871. 

Mother-in-law complex. © lc 12-15-46 ; 
D unp. 6556. 

Paresis. © lc 11-30-46 ; C 946. 
Tommy Burns. © lc 12-8-46 ; D unp. 
6458. 

Virginia Rollins. © lc 12-29-46 ; D unp. 
6699. 
PARKER, WINIFRED R. See Jewels of des- 
tiny. 
PARKHIRST, DOUGLASS F. 

But fair tomorrow, a comedy in three 
acts. New York, French, c 1946. 108 p. 
front., diagr. 18% cm. © 10-3-46; 2c 
12-18-46 ; Samuel French, New York ; D 
pub. 6685. 
PARKWOOD PRODUCTIONS, LTD. The 

cure for love. See Greenwood, Walter. 
PARLOR game. See Mahler, Paul I. 
THE PARLOR pig. See Weldon, Martin. 
PARLOR story. See McCleery, William. 
PARMENTIER, MARGARET. One, two, 
three, four, five, six, seven ; a play in three 
.acts. © lc 6-30-46 ; Margaret Parmentier, 
New York ; D unp. 3837. 
PARNELL, WALLACE R. No funny business, 
a farce in three acts. © lc 6-23-46 ; Wal- 
lace R. Parnell, Van Nuys, Calif. ; D unp. 
3742. 
PARRACK, ELIZABETH, Homer Price. See 

Lockhart, Katharine. 
THE PARROTT and the sea-dog. See The 

Lone Ranger. No. 2093-1318. 
PARSON, GLENN. Naomi. See Stevens, 

Penelope. 
PARSONS, JAMES. 

Harmonaires. Radio script, Apr. 28, 
1946. © lc 5-9-46; Crosley corp., Cincin- 
nati ; C 446. 

On the sunny side. Radio script, May 2, 
1946. © lc 5-8-46 ; Crosley corp., Cincin- 
nati ; C 448. 

Star parade. Radio script, Apr. 22, 1946. 
© lc 5-9-46 ; Crosley corp., Cincinnati ; 
C 449. 

This is the nation's station. Audition 
script, Feb. 24, 1946. © lc 2-23-46 ; Cros- 
lev corp., Cincinnati ; C 197. 
PARSONS, JIM. 

Bureau of missing tunes. Radio script 
no. 1, Apr. 29, 1946. © lc 4-30-46 ; Crosley 
corp., Cincinnati ; C 401. 

A date with Jack Brown, Audition script. 
© lc 9-8—46 ; Crosley corp., Cincinnati ; 
C 691. 

A date with Jack Brown. Radio script 
no. 1, Oct. 5, 1946. © lc 9-30-46 ; Crosley 
corp., Cincinnati ; C 746. 

Destination unlimited. Radio script no. 1, 
Nov. 17, 1946. © lc 11-17-46; Crosley 
corp., Cincinnati ; D unp. 6026. 

Jimmy Rabbit, inc. Radio script. © lc 
7-15-46 ; Crosley corp., Cincinnati ; D unp. 
4135. 

Paging the girls. Audition script no. 2. 
© lc 1-20-46 ; Crosley Corp., Cincinnati ; 
C 91. 

Shelf of melody, no. 1. Radio script. © 
lc 7-15-46 ; Crosley corp., Cincinnati ; D 
unp. 4134. 

Time to listen. Audition script. © lc 
2-8-46 ; Crosley corp., Cincinnati ; C 144. 
PARTING is such sweet sorrow. See Rich- 
ards, Stanley. ^_ 
PARTRIDGE, BELLAMY. January thaw. 

See Roos, William. 
THE PARTY entertainer. See Cruger, Paul. 
PAS un mot a la reine-m&re. See Mirande, 
Yves. 



PASCOE-RUTTER, LILLIAN, lady. See Rut- 
ter, Lillian Pascoe, lady. 

THE PASIG still flows. See Laney, John 
Charles. 

A PASS for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 
Kid. No. 129A. 

PASS the bonanzas. See The Sheriff. No. 
110. 

THE PASSING of the dishpan. See Wilding 
picture productions, inc. 

PASSMORE, RICHARD ERSKINE. Home 
for changelings, a melodrama in two acts. 
© lc 4-17-46 ; Richard Erskine Passmore, 
New York ; D unp. 2655. 

PASSPORT to freedom. See Kent, Priscilla. 

THE PAST returns. See Brody, Edmund E. 
Justice. 

PASTOR of Eindhoven. See The eternal 
light. No. 67. 

THE PAT Pending show. See Myers, Reed. 

PATENTS. See Keeping up with the Wiggles- 
worths. No. 34. 

PATER noster. See Coppee, Francois. 

PATERNO, GIUSEPPE. 

E' stato per errore, commedia per cine- 
matografo in due tempi. © lc 10-23-45 
Giuseppe Paterno, Naro, Italy ; D unp. 6266 
Quattro matrimoni in una volta ; ovvero 
Siciliani in America, commedia per cinema 
tografo in due tempi. © lc 10-23-45 
Giuseppe Paterno, Naro, Italy ; D unp. 6268 
Signorina, non m'interrompa ; commedia 
per cinematografo in due tempi. © lc 10— 
23-45 ; Giuseppe Paterno, Naro, Italy ; D 
unp. 6267. 

THE PATH and the door. See Crutchfield, 
Les M. 

PATIENCE'S Christmas. See Glassman, 
Joyce Alice. 

THE PATIENT lover. See Eiker, Mathilde. 

PATIO. See Adkins, Robert F. 

THE PATRIARCH. See Shanker, Sidney 
Morris. 

PATTEN, ELVA MAUDE. The sewing circle. 
Radio script. © lc 3-12-46 ; Elva Maude 
Patten, Arlington, Mass. ; D unp. 2035. 

PATTEN, HARVAN BARR. See Adventures 
of Frank Merriwell. 

PATTERN completed. See Dr. Christian. No. 
392. 

PATTERNS of painefull adventures, source 
title. See Heine, Arthur. Pericles, prince 
of Tyre. 

THE PATTERNED interview. See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. Selecting sales- 
men. 

PATTIZ, WARREN BRUCE. The fraud, a 
comedy farce in three acts by John Gregory 
[pseud.] and Richard Venturella. © lc 
9-28-46 ; Warren Bruce Pattiz, New York ; 
D unp. 5525. 

PATTY turns the tide. See Averill, Esther C. 

PATUREL, PAUL. Curiosity. See Har- 
grave, Roy. 

PAUL, CHARLES. The star and the sword. 
S c& E^cnt Priscills,. 

PAUL, RICHARD, pseud. See Janaro, Rich- 
ard Paul. 

PAUL and Virginia. See Crutchfield, Les M. 

PAUL of Tarsus. See James, Elizabeth 
Coates. \ 

PAUL Revere. See Rennert, Aaron Ephraim. 

PAUL Revere — handyman of liberty. See Ex- 
ploring the unknown, Apr. 21, 1946. 

PAUL splits the atom. See Sergei, Chris- 
topher. 

PAULA and Virginia. See Pratt, Louise C. 

PAULINE'S piano puzzler. See Alpert, 
Pauline. 

PAULING, LINUS. Molecular architecture 
and medical progress. New York Philhar- 
monic-symphony intermission feature. 
Broadcast Oct. 13, 1946. © lc 11-7-46; 
United States rubber co., New York ; C 890. 



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PAUL'S appeal before King Agrippa. See 

Russell, Ona B. Wilson. 
PAULSON, ARVID. Swedish interlude, Yim- 

my and Yon. Episode 1, The trouble be- 
gins, by Arvid Paulson and F. P. Pitzer. 

Radio script. © lc 4-12-46 ; Arvid Paul- 
son and Fred P. Pitzer, New York ; D unp. 

3422. 
PAYMENT overdo. See The Sheriff. No. 97. 
PAYNE, JOHN HOWARD. See Older, Cora. 

America's immortal song. 
PAYNTER, THEODOSIA. Laughing star of 

Zuni. See Strickland, Lily. 
PAYTON, DONALD. 

A date for Bobby Sox, a comedy in one 

act. Cedar Rapids, la., Heuer, 1946. 32 p. 

diagr. 19 cm. © 9-12-46 ; 2c 10-6-46 ; 

Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, la. ; D 

pub. 5215. 

Just ducky ! A comedy in three acts. 

Cedar Rapids, la., Heuer, c 1946. 107 p. 

diagr. 19 cm. © 9-9-46 ; 2c 9-26-46 ; 

Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, la. ; D pub. 

5108. 

Life o' the party, a comedy in one act. 

Cedar Rapids, la., Heuer [1946] 32 p. 

19 cm. © 3-7-46 ; 2c 3-11-46 ; Edward I. 

Heuer, Cedar Rapids, la. ; D pub. 2009. 
Life with Bobby Sox, a farce-comedy in 

one act. Cedar Rapids, la., Heuer, c 1946. 

32 p. diagr. 19 cm. © 9-12-46 ; 2c 

10-7—46 ; Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, 

la. ; D pub. 5222. 

Love hits Wilbur ! A comedy in one act. 

Cedar Rapids, la., Heuer, c 1946. 39 p. 

diagr. 19 cm. © 9-12-46 ; 2c 10-6-46 ; 

Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, la. : D pub. 

5212. 

Muggsy's merry Christmas, one act 

Christmas play. Cedar Rapids, la., Heuer, 

c 1946. 30 p. diagr. 19 cm. © 9-12-46 ; 

2c 10-6-46 ; Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rap- 
ids, la. ; D pub. 5216. 

Society rides again, a comedy in one act. 

Cedar Rapids, la., Heuer, c 1946. 32 p. 

diagr. 19 cm. © 9-27-46 ; 2c 10-6-46 ; 

Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, la. ; D 

pub. 5214. 

Stoney'« brides, a comedy in one act. 

Cedar Rapids, la., Heuer, c 1946. 36 p. 

diagr. 19 cm. © 9-12-46 ; 2c 10-7-46 ; 

Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, la. : D pub. 

5221. 

PEACE, it's wonderful. See Malkin, Samuel 

Antaeus. 
PEACH, LAWRENCE DU GARDE. 

African angle, a play in one act. London, 
French, c 1945. 27 p. 21% cm. (PJays for 
youth groups. French's acting edition.) 
© 9-6-45 ; lc 2-23-46 ; Samuel French, 
ltd., London ; D pub. 804. 

Cross-roads, a play in one act. London, 
French, «1945. 23 p. 21% cm. (Plays 
for vouth groups. French's acting edition.) 
© 10-5-45 ; lc 2-23-46 ; Samuel French, 
ltd., London ; D pub. 802. 

The last of Corporal Micklass, a play in 
one act. London, French, cl945. 28 p. 
12% cm. (Plays for vouth groups. French's 
acting edition) © 10-5-45 ; lc 2-23-46 ; 
Samuel French, ltd., London ; D pub. 801. 

The liar, a play in one act. London, 
French, C1945. 28 p. 21% cm. (Plays for 
youth groups. French's acting edition). © 
9-6-45 ; lc 2-23-46 ; Samuel French, ltd., 
London ; D pub. 803. 

The perfect alibi, a nlav in one act. Lon- 
don, French, cl945. 32 p. 21% cm. (Plays 
for youth groups. French's acting edition) 
© 9-6-45 ; lc 2-23-46 ; Samuel French, ltd., 
London ; D pub. 808. 

The six wives of Calais, a play in one act. 
London, French, cl945. 25 p. 21% cm. 
(Plays for youth groups. French's acting 



edition) © 10-5-45 ; lc 2-23-46 ; Samuel 
French, ltd., London ; D pub. 806. 

The story of Ruth, a play in one act. Lon-- 
don, French, cl945. 23 p. 21% cm. (Plays- 
for youth groups. French's acting edition) 1 
© 9-6-45 ; lc 2-23-46 ; Samuel French, ltd., 
London ; D pub. 807. 

Win or lose, a play in one act. London, 
French, cl945. 25 p. 21% cm. (Plays for 
youth groups. French's acting edition) ©J 
10-5-45 ; lc 2-23-46 ; Samuel French, ltd.„ 
London ; D pub. 805. 

PEACOCK, JACQUELINE COUR. The bayotf, 
a mystery drama in three acts. © lc 4-22— 
46 ; Jacqueline Cour Peacock, Sarasota, Fla. ; 
D unp. 2724. 

PEACOCK for two. See Constanduros, Mabel. 

PEAR.L, EDITH HULL. The birthday of 
Jesus. See Meredith, Isaac Hickman. 

PEARL Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941. See Hammer, 
I H 

THE PEARL of Patooti. See Whitney, 
Charles O. 

PEARLE, GOODMAN. Rich girl, poor girl ; a 
musical-comedy love drama. Text only. © 
lc 8-5-46 ; Goodman Pearle, New York : 
D unp. 4815. 

PEARLSTEIN, STANLEY S. The square peg, 
a domestic, aptitude serio-comedy in three 
acts. © lc 4-25-46 ; Stanley S. Pearlstein, 
New York ; D unp. 2846. 

PEARSON, BEN. The Hollywood grab bag. 
Radio script. © lc 11-4-45 ; Ben Pearson,. 
Hollywood ; C 137. 

PEASANT from Parma. See Silva, Mario. 

PEAVEY, HARRIS. 

Blood on her hands, a play in three act» 
by Harris Peavey and Austin Henry. © le 
1-15-46 : Harris Peavey and Austin Henry, 
Union, N. J. ; D unp. 220. 

Listen to the wind, a comedy in three acts; 
by Harris Peavey and Austin Henry. © lc 
9-25-46 ; Harris Peavey and Austin Henry, 
Union, N. J. ; D unp. 5097. 

PEAVEY, HAZEL. Dizzy and Daffy, a delight- 
ful comedy in three acts. New York. 
French; [etc.] c 1946. 107 p. diagr. 1& 
cm. © 3-22-46 ; 2c 6-22-46 ; Samuel 
French, New York ; D pub. 3708. 

PECK, CHARLES K., JR. 

Colonel Don Quixote, a modern musical 
fairy tale. In two acts. Text only. © le 
8-30-46 ; Charles K. Peck, jr., New York : 
D imp. 5142. 

The filly from Flatbush. See Holm, John 
Cecil. 

PECK, H. The heeple steeple. See Zerwick, 
M. B. 

PECK, HOWARD L. Our dear husband ; or, 
Always a bridegroom ; or, Made in heaven *, 
or, I loved you Wednesday. See Keating,. 
- Lawrence A. 

A PECULIAR situation. See Zander, Norman. 
PEDELTY, DONOVAN. 

What kind of people ? See Flynn, Mary, 
The witch of Hertford. See Flynn, Mary 
The witch of Huntingdon. See Flynn, 
Mary. 

The witch of Lancashire. See Flynn 
Mary. * 

The witch of Tring. See Flynn, Mary. 
Ike witch of Westminster. See Flynn, 
Mary. ' 

PEG Womngton, source title. See Bongnie,. 

Emile de. Saucy Peg. 
PEGGY Jones. See Echoes of New York. 

No. 4. 
PELLETIER, LOUIS. The yellow streak, by^ 

Louis Pelletier and Jacques Ansok Finke. 

(The seven deadly sins, a Max Marcin pro^- 

duction) Radio script. © lc 6-20-46; 

Louis Pelletier, Jacques Finke and Max- 

Marcin, New York ; D unp. 4408. 



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PELOVTTZ, SAMUEL J. 

The frustrated pharmacist. Monologue 
in verse. © lc 12-16-46 ; Samuel J. Pelo- 
vitz, Baltimore ; C 984. 

I hit him on the head. Monologue in 
verse. © lc 12-16-46 ; Samuel J. Pelovitz, 
Baltimore ; C 985. 
PENELOPE. See Fergusson, Francis. 
THE PENGUIN ROOM. (Radio program) 

Scripts in this series are by Anna Sosenko. 
© Anna Sosenko, New York. 

Apr. 3, 1946. © lc 4-8-46 ; D unp. 2510. 
Apr. 10, 1946. © lc 4-20-46 ; D unp. 
' 2778. 

Apr. 17, 1946. © lc 4-20-46 ; D unp. 
2779. 

Apr. 24. 1946. © lc 4-27-46 ; D unp. 
2867. 

May 1, 1946. © lc 5-6-46 ; D unp. 2993. 
May 8. 1946. © lc 5-10-46 ; D unp. 3737. 
May 15, 1946. © lc 5-20-46 ; D unp. 
3179. 

May 22, 1946. © lc 6-2-46 ; D unp. 
3404. 

May 29, 1946. © lc 6-2-46 ; D unp. 
3405. 

June 5, 1946. © lc 6-10^6 ; D unp. 
3484. 

June 12, 1946. © lc 6-15-46 ; D unp. 
3625. 

June 19, 1946. © lc 6-27-46 ; D unp. 
3779. 

June 26, 1946. © lc 6-29-46 ; D unp. 
3841. 

July 3, 1946. © lc 7-9-46 ; D unp. 3988. 
July 10, 1946. © lc 7-15-46 ; D unp. 
4067. 

July 17, 1946. © lc 7-21-46 ; D unp. 
4174. 

Julv 24. 1946. © lc 7-27-46 ; D unp. 
4327. 
PENMASTER quiz, no. 1. -See Storey, H. 

Carlton. 
PENN PLAY COMPANY. 

Cry baby, cry. Sec Cook, Imogene. 
Orchids for glamour. See Cook, Imogene. 
Scenes in solo. See Hess, Frances Leedom. 
Three thirds of a ghost. See Wallen, Van. 
PENNSYLVANIA duchess. See Robinson, 

Seymour B. 
DAS PENSIONAL. See Suppe, Franz von. 

Cupid goes to boarding school. 
PENWALL. LEO. The dustman, a phantasy 
in three acts. © lc 12-27-45 : K. Marjorie 
Ransohoff, New York ; D unp. 389. 
PEOPLE, people . . .! See De Bruin, Rich- 
ard W. 
PEOPLE seem to lose their way. See Hawley, 

Esther M. 
PEOPLE we all admire. See Neilson, Norma. 
PEOPLES. HAROLD LLOYD. The land of 
terror. Radio play. © lc 1-2-46 ; Harold 
Llovd Peoples, Richmond, Calif. : D unp. 31. 
PEOPLE'S PLAYHOUSE, INC. Unacknowl- 
edged love. See Thornton, Donald. 
PEOPLE'S SONGS, INC. Hootenanny. See 

Hawes, Bess. 
PEPHER and Sault. See Moase, George 

Hewitt. . 
PEPITO Mosquito. See Berenberg, Ben Ross. 
PEPPER and Sandy. See Stevenson, Philip 

Edward. 
PERCY requests a transfer from the queen. 

See Sharpe, Pauline. 
PERDIX, ELIZABETH, pseud. See Wise, 

Elizabeth. 
PERE. See Bourdet, Edouard. 
PERENYI, ELEANOR. The apple barrel, a 
play in three acts. © lc 10-15-46 ; Eleanor 
Perenvi, New York ; D unp. 5435. 
PERFECT alibi'. See 

The Lone Ranger. No. 2161-1386. 
Peach, Lawrence du Garde. 
THE PERFECT state. See St. George, George. 
A PERFECT technique. See Halprin, George. 



PERFECTLY harmless. See Crutchfield, Les 
M. The stage of shadows. No. 1. 

PERHAM, BART. See Perham, Maro B. 

PERHAM. MARO B. 

Sham and Rock. See Baker, Paul Hamil- 
ton. 

Sky writers. A dramatic radio script, 
parts 1 to 3, by Maro B. Perham and Paul 
Baker. © lc 4-27-46 ; Maro B. Perham, 
New York and Paul Baker, Silver Spring, 
Md. : D unp. 3329. 

PERICLES, prince of Tyre. See Heine, Ar- 
thur. 

PERIOD style show. See Webb, Justine 
Strieker. 

PERKINS, MAXWELL. 

Mannerhouse. See Wolfe, Thomas. 

The web and the rock. See Cohen, Lester. 

PERL. ARNOLD. 

The empty noose, Oct. 16, 1946. Radio 
script. © 10-16-46 ; 2c 11-27-46 : Colum- 
bia broadcasting system, inc., New York ; D 
pub. 6284. 

Fighting senator. For radio scripts in 
this series see Fighting senator. 

The glass, a dramatic composition 
adapted for Stage for action from the sup- 
pressed War department script Assignment 
home. 21 leaves. © lc 3-8-46 ; Arnold 
Perl, New York ; D unp. 983. 

PERLMAN, WILLIAM JACOB. Tail, waist 
and turret : a comedy in three acts by Wil- 
liam J. Perlman in collaboration with Larry 
.Tacoby. © lc 11-11-46 ; William Jacob 
Perlman. Los Angeles : D unp. 5903. 

PERMISSION to sin. See Sylvaine, Vernon. 

PEROUTKA, F. 

Child of 1945. See Bene§, K. J. 
Dfte 1945. See Benes, K. J. 

PERPETUAL plea. See Thompson, Rose 
Clements. 

PERRY. BARBARA. Rehearsal hall, a com- 
edy in one act. © lc 11-2-46 ; Barbara 
Perry, Hollvwood : D imp. 5768. 

PERRY. JACK BARKER. The knife throw- 
ers, a sophisticated comedy in three acts. 
© lc S-26-46 : Jack Barker Perry, Mt. Ver- 
non, la. : D unp. 4702. 

PERRY. LAWRENCE. Two years too many, 
a farce comedy in two acts. © lc 7-24-46 ; 
Lawrence Perry, Glen Ridge, N. J. ; D unp. 
4297. 

THE PERSONAL affairs clinic. See Reed, 
Stan Lee. 

THE PERSONAL column. See Rosten, Rob- 
ert. Getting Ma Gibbs married. 

PERSONAL problem. See Giusti, Arndt. 

PERSONALITIES — lost and found. See Shaf- 
fer, Isidor. 

THE PERSONALITY experiment. See Sher- 
bowsky, David. 

PERSONALITY previews. See Jones, Bar- 
bara E. 

PERSONALIZED lubrication service. See 
Wilding picture productions, inc. 

PERSONALIZED product advertising. See 
Wilding picture productions, inc. 

"PERSONNE" triche . . .? See Strauss, 
Jean Jacques. 

PERTWEE, ROLAND. 

Bridge of sighs, a play in one act. Lon 
don. English theatre guild [1946] 23 p 
diasrr. 18 1 /. cm. (Guild one act library) 
© 8-21-46 ; lc 9-19-46 ; Roland Pertwee 
London : D pub. 4977. • 

Expert evidence, a play in one act. Lon 
don. English theatre guild [1946] 18 p 
diacr 18% cm. (Guild one act library) 
© 9-3-46 : lc 10-10-46 ; Roland Pertwee 
London : D pub. 5257. 

Fly away birdie, a comedy in one act 
London. English theatre guild [19461 20 p 
diagr. 18% cm. (Guild one act library) 
© 0-3-4fi"lc 10-io_46; Roland Pertwee, 
London ; D pub. 5256. 



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PERVY. ADOLPHE VICTOR. 

Dottv and Michel go to Montreal, a Lang- 
ofilm French lesson (third semester col- 
lege ». Film script. © lc 7-6-46 : Adolphe 
Victor Pervv, Swarthmore, Pa. ; D imp. 3S93. 
Dottv and Michel in a French Canadian 
village." a Langofilm French lesson (third 
semester college) Film script. © lc 7-15- 
46 ; Adolphe Victor Pervy, Swarthmore, 
Pa. ; D imp. 4065. 

Dottv and Michel on the way to Quebec, 
a Lang'ofilm French lesson (third semester 
college). Film script. © lc 7-6-46: 
Adolphe Victor Pervy, Swarthmore, Pa. ; D 
unp. 3894. 

Dotty and Michel visit Quebec, a Lango- 
film French lesson (third semester col- 
lege) Film script. © lc 7-15-46 ; Adolphe 
Victor Pervy, Swarthmore, Pa. ; D unp. 
4064. 
PERZYNSKI, W. Neutrality. See Gantkow- 

ski, Romuald. 
PESKIN, HARRY. The crime of Donald 
Westcott, a play in three acts. © lc 3- 
S-46 : Harry Peskin, Brooklyn : D unp. 2186. 
THE PET shop. See Eckstein, Gustav. 
PETER. -See 

Cosentino, Nicholas. 
Murdock, Edith A. 
PETER Churchmouse. See Austin, Margot. 
PETER Ilyitch Tchaikovsky, his story and his 

music. See Machlis, Joe. 
PETER the Great, the boy of the Kremlin. 

See Boshco, Elinor Gene. 
PETER the pollywog who didn't like water. 

See Lipton, George. 
PETERS. ALICE THOMSON. The shining 

citv. See Rothe, Velma Royton. 
PETERS, CLARA. Claire's clothesline, an or- 
iginal radio show by Clara Claire [pseud.] 
© lc 6-29-46 : Clara Peters, Wilkes-Barre, 
Pa. : D unp. 3906. 
PETERS, DETLEV HAACK. Horizontal 
dreams, a comedy in three acts. © lc 11—28— 
46 ; Detlev Haack Peters, New York ; D unp. 
6325. 
PETERSON, MARGARET DICK. A bit of 
philosophy, an address based on New hori- 
zons, by Dr. Francis E. Townsend. © lc 
12-9-44 : Margaret Dick Peterson, Pueblo. 
Col. ; C 934. 
UN PETIT ange de rien du tout. See Puget, 

Claude-Andre. Theatre, t. 2. 
LES PETITES miseres de la vie conjugate, 
source title. See Belvianes, Marcel. Comme 
ils s'aiment. 
PETITJEAN, LEON. The martyr child. See 

Rollin. Henri. 
PETRACCA, JOSEPH R. The lone rover, a 
verv probable satire in three acts. © lc 
3-26-46 ; Joseph R. Petracca, Brooklyn ; D 
unp. 2261. 
PETROLEUM — pipeline to power. See Ex- 
ploring the unknown, May 5. 1946. 
THE PETTICOAT jury. See Cochran, Joseph. 
PETTIT, ELLIE HILL. Beckj-'s corset. See 

Redfern, Joseph Walter. 
PETTITT, WILFRID HENRY. 

The pipes of Dunbar, a Christmas play in 
free verse. In one scene. © lc 6-21-46 ; 
Winfrid Henrv Pettitt, South Pasadena, 
Calif. ; D unp. 3676. 

The pipes of Dunbar, a play in one act. 

Chicago, Dramatic publishing co. [1946] 

'23 p. diagr. 18% cm. © 11-7-46 ; 2c 

11-15-46 ; Wilfrid H. Pettitt, Hollywood ; 

new matter ; revision ; D pub. 6553. 

PETTY, KATHRYN AMBER. On higher 

ground, a drama in three acts by Paula K. 

Pettv [pseud.] © lc 5-9-46: Kathrvn 

Amber Pettv, New York ; D unp. 3018. 

PETTY. PAULA K., pseud. See Petty, Kath- 

ryn Amber. 
UN PEU d'amonr. See Furber, Douglas. My 
longest runs and greatest successes. 



PEVZNER, WILLIAM. The rift of dawn, a 
play in three acts by William Pevzner and 
Andrew Hertz. © lc 7-14-46 ; William 
Pevzner and Andrew Hertz, New York ; D 
unp. 4066. 

PEZET, A. Washington. In heaven and earth. 
■See Goodman, Arthur. 

PHANEUF, RAYMOND F. Lots of room, a 
comedy in three acts on the housing short- 
age, by Raymond F. Phaneuf and Minerva 
Martin. © lc 5-3-46 ; Minerva Martin and 
Raymond F. Phaneuf, New York ; D unp. 
2948. 

THE PHANTOM castle of Ranta. See House 
of mystery, Mar. 2, 1946. 

THE PHANTOM fountain. See House of mys- 
tery. Mar. 30, 1946. 

THE PHANTOM of the haunted steeple. See 
The Shadow, Nov. 17, 1946. 

PHASES of college life. See Burton, John 
Alexander. 

PHEIFFER and fission. See Altman, William 
Markham. 

PHELPS, CAROL. Cascade, a new musical 
comedy in two acts ; book and lyrics by 
Carol Phelps and Chester Schiff. Text only. 
© lc 7-6-46 ; Chester Schiff, New York ; 
D unp. 3934. 

THE PHIL Silvers show. See Morrow, Tim- 
othy T. 

THE PHILADELPHIA lawyer. See Ross, 
Sidney IP 

PHILIP Brodrero, jr. See De Rogatis, Frank. 

PHILIPP, ROCHELLE. 

I must have you, a play with music in 
three acts. ' Text only. © lc 2-14-46 ; 
Rochelle Philipp, New York ; D unp. 682. 

If the sun rises, a play with prologue 
and two acts. © lc 5-21-46 ; Rochelle 
Philipp, New York ; D unp. 3236. 

PHILLIPS, DAVID ATLEE. The snow job, a 
comedy in three acts and five scenes by 
David Atlee [pseud.] © lc 9-10-46 ; David 
Atlee Phillips, New York ; D unp. 4858. 

PHILLIPS. HOWARD. Happy holiday. See 
Turner. E. Alfred. 

PHILLIPS. IRVING. 

Don't be bashful, a short skit. Chicago, 
Dramatic publishing co. [1946] 13 p. 18% 
cm. © 8-2-46 : 2c 8-19-46 ; Irving Phillips, 
North Hollywood, Calif. ; D pub. 4601. 

Get out and push, a short skit. Chicago, 
Dramatic publishing co. [1946] 14 p. 18% 
cm. © 9-7-46 ; 2c 9-9-46 ; Irving Phillips, 
North Hollywood, Calif. ; D pub. 4854. 

A horse on you, a short skit. Chicago, 
Dramatic publishing co. [1946] 14 p. 18% 
cm. © 7-26-46 ; 2c 8-19-46 ; Irving Phil- 
lipps, North Hollywood, Calif. ; D pub. 
4602. 

The ladies from Limbo, a musical play in 
two acts. Text only. © lc 7-26-46 ; Irving 
Walter Phillips, North Hollywood, Calif. ; 
D imp. 4286. 

Meat the people, a short skit. Chicago, 
Dramatic publishing co. [1946] 16 p. 18% 
cm. © 8-5-46 ; 2c 8-19-46 j Irving Phillips, 
North Hollywood, Calif. ; D pub. 4605. 

Now I'll tell one, a short skit. Chicago, 
Dramatic publishing co. [1946] 13 p. 18% 
cm. © 9-7-46 ; 2c 9-9-46 ; Irving Phillips, 
North Hollywood, Calif. ; D pub. 4852. 

On with the show, a ventriloquist skit. 
Chicago, Dramatic publishing co. [1946] 13 
p. 18% cm. © 8-2-46 ; 2c 8-19-46 ; Irving 
Phillips, North Hollywood, Calif. ; D pub. 
4603. 

Slap-happy birthday, a skit. Chicago, 
Dramatic Publishing co. [1946] 18 p. 18% 
cm. © 9-7-46 : 2c 9-9-46 ; Irving Phillips, 
North Hollywood, Calif. ; D pub. 4856. 

Two Adams for Eve, a farce comedy in 
three acts. © lc 3-12-46 ; Irving Walter 
Phillips, North Hollywood, Calif. ; D unp. 
2036. 



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PHILLIPS, IRVING WALTER. See Phillips, 
Irving. 

PHILLIPS, JOHN J. The blessing of Banba, 
a trilogy of Catholic plays about the saints 
in Ireland. Boston, Baker's plays ; [etc., 
194G] 63 p. 18% cm. 

Contents. — The light on Slane (Saint Pat- 
rick) — The prince from far away (Saint 
Brigid) — Dove of the church (Saint Coluin- 
cille) © 10-24-46 ; 2c 11-6-46 ; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston ; D pub. 5960. 

PHILLIPS, PAUL. The stranger. See Har- 
vey, John. 

PHILLIPS, PEGGY. Paper moon, a new 
comedy in three acts. © lc 10-26-46 ; 
Peggy Phillips, New York ; D unp. 5831. 

PHILLIPS, ROBERT. Born on Monday, a 
two act play by Bob Phillips and Madeline 
Carroll. © lc 11-2-46 ; Robert Phillips and 
Madeline Carroll, Hollywood ; D unp. 5832. 

PHILLIPS, RUTH. Merely players, a play in 
three acts. © lc 11-7-46 ; Ruth Phillips, 
New York; D .unp. 6308. 

PHIPPS, DAISY B. 

Guessin' good, a play in three acts. © lc 
12-5-46 ; Daisy B. Phipps, Los Angeles ; 
new matter : revisions ; D unp. 6436. 

Guessin' good, a western comedv in three 
acts. © lc 3-22-46 ; Daisy B. Phipps, Los 
Angeles ; D unp. 2216. 

PHONE AGAIN FINNEGAN. (Radio pro- 
gram) 

Programs in this series are by F. W. 
Ferrin d.b.a. F. W. Ferrin co. © F. W. 
Ferrin d.b.a. F. W. Ferrin co., Hollywood. 
Scripts 30, 31 have title That's Finnegan. 
1. Broadcast Mar. 30, 1946. © lc 5-27- 
46 ; D unp. 4463. 

[2.-5] Broadcast Apr. 6-27, 1946. © lc 
each 6-2-46 ; D unp. 3352-3355. 

6-8. Broadcast May 4-18, 1946. © lc 
each 8-7-46 ; D unp. 4464-4466. 

9-10. Broadcast June 1, 1946. © lc 8-7- 
46 : D unp. 4467. 

11-15. Broadcast June 8-July 4, 1946. 
© lc each 8-7-46 ; D unp. 4468-4472. 

16-25. Broadcast Julv 11-Sept. 12, 1946. 
© lc each 11-6-46 ; D unp. 6339-6348. 

26-30. Broadcast Sept. 19-Oct. 17, 1946. 
© lc each 11-6-46 ; D unp. 6350-6354. 

31. Broadcast Oct. 24, 1946. © lc 11-6- 
46 ; D unp. 6349. , 

PHOTO print service for point of sales ad- 
vertising. See Handel, Charles. 

PHYSICIAN in spite of himself. See Ger- 
lette, Anne. 

PIAVE. FRANCESCO MARIA. La traviata. 
See Verdi, Giuseppe. 

PICK a hit. See Reid, Reidy. 

PICK-UP girl. See Shelley, Elsa. 

PICK up the threads. See Shreiber, David. 

PICKARD, JOHN HENRY. Escape to the 
sun. See Provo, Frank. 

PICKENS, PAUL L. Selfishness, the root. 
Address. © lc 8-12-46 ; Paul L. Pickens, 
Youngstown, O. : C 629. 

PICKETT, CHRISTINE HUBBARD. My 
Father's business, play in two acts and an 
epilogue. Boston, Baker's plays ; [etc., 
1946] 75 p. 19 cm. © 10-26-46 '; 2c 11-6- 
46 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston ; D pub. 
5959. 

THE PICKLE princess. See Champion, Flor- 
ence Cooke. 

A PICTURE for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 
Kid. No. 125 A. 

THE PICTURE God gave to me. See Morris, 
Andrew. 

PICTURES to a purpose. See Jam Handy 
organization, inc. 

PIECE of a man. See Wellman, Esther 
Turner. 

THE PIED Piper of Hamelin. See Shaw, 
Artie. 



PIEDRA, RAMON. El verdadero tesoro ; 
novela radial en 45 episodios, episodio no. 1. 
© lc 4-19-46 ; Ramon Piedra, Long Island 
City, N. Y. ; D unp. 2679. 

PIERCE, CARL WEBSTER. Boy gets girl, a 
comedy in three acts. Boston, Baker's 
plays ; [etc., 1946] 80 p. diagr. 19 cm. 
(Baker's royalty plays) © 9-27-46; 2c 9- 
29-46 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston ; D pub. 
5316. 

PIERCE, JANE. Your daughter today. Radio 
script no. 1. © lc 4-24-46 ; Jane Pierce, 
New York ; D unp. 3372. 

PIERCY, ARUNDEL. See Schindler, Ruth 
Arundel Piercy. 

PIERRE and Jean. See. Barnett, Paul. 

PIERRE and Petite. See Kenney, Marie. 

PIG alley sun. See Ellis, Robert. 

A PIG goes to Broadway. See Riley, Edgar 
R. 

THE PIGMY ghost of Red Mist valley. See 
House of mystery, Dec. 8, 1945. 

PIKE, JAMES ALBERT. 

The adventures of Kilroy. Radio script. 
© lc 3-16-46 ; James Albert Pike, Boston ; 
D unp. 2130. 

The incredible Kilroy, radio script by 
James Albert Pike and Milton Bruce Gold- 
berg. © lc 4—29-46 ; James Albert Pike 
and Milton Bruce Goldberg, Boston ; D unp. 
2871. 

Kilroy is here, radio script by Jim Pike 
and Milt Byrd. © lc 7-31-46 ; James Al- 
bert Pike and Milton Bruce Byrd, Boston ; 
D unp. 4331. 

PILGRIMS' pride. See Koenigsberg, Joseph 
S. 

PILLEMENT, GEORGES. Anthologie du 
theatre Frangais contemporain. Le theatre 
d'avant-garde. Paris Du Belier [1945] 
444 p. illus. 25 cm. (Les documents 
litteraires) © 9-29-45 ; lc 5-2-46 ; Edi- 
tions du Belier, Paris ; D pub. 3280. 

PILLOT, EUGENE. The middle window, a 
play in seven scenes. © lc 12—3—46 ; Eugene 
Pillot, Houston, Tex. ; D unp. 6379. 

The tower, a one-act play. © lc 12-11— 
46 : Eugene Pillot, Houston, Tex. ; D unp. 
6516. 

PINAFORE. See George, Charles. 

PINE, LESTER. Joseph McGinnical, cynical 
pinnacle ; opus II, second installment. A 
dramatic composition by Lester Pine and 
Anita Short. 10 leaves. © lc 4-2-46 ; 
Stage for action, New York : D unp. 2327. 

THE PINK cameo. See Kunicki, Helene Bak- 
sis. 

THE PINK deetees. See Flynn, Edward 
Francis. 

PINK lemonade. See Norman, John David. 

PINKERTON, KATHRENE SUTHERLAND 
(GEDNEY). Adventure north. See Piatt, 
Helen. 

P1NOCCHIO. See Stone, Dorothy Dayton. 

PINWHEEL. See Hotchner, Aaron E. 

PIONEER tales. See Maley, Bob. 

PIONEERS. See Reich, Dore. 

PIONEERS of progress. See Babcock, Al- 
fred Raymond. 

THE PIPES of Dunbar. See Pettitt, Wilfrid 
Henrv. 

LES PIRATES. See Turbet, L6on. 

H PISTIS kanei thaumata. See Ricos, Mil- 
dred. 

PISTOLE, WALTER. Welcome, Senator ! A 
Dixie fantasy, a farce in three acts by Walter 
Pistole and Francis Steegmuller. © lc 
5-22-46 : Walter Pistole and Francis Steeg- 
muller. New York ; D unp. 3476. 

THE PIT. Sec Brown, Richard Walter. 

PITCH on the left. See Corcoran, Frances 
Virginia. - 

PITCHING curves for love. See Lane, Alex- 
ander E. 



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PITY the poor audience. Sec Rutherford, 
Dwight M. 

PITY the poor rich ! Sec Brown, F. Wynd- 
lw.ni. 

PITZER, F. P. Swedish interlude. Yimmy and 
Yon. See Paulson, Arvid. 

PIUTES revenge. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2066-1291. 

PIYAL. JOHN F.. 

Detroit radio newsreel. Radio script. 
© lc 12-17-45 ; John F. Pival, Detroit ; C 
935. 

Telereel, the radio newsreel, Radio script. 
© lc 12-17-45 ; John F. Pival, Detroit ; C 
936. 

THE PIXIE club. Sec Brown, Dave. 

THE PIXIE gets the bird. See Zaretzky, 
Hyman. 

A PLACE called home. Sec Nemerson, Lewis. 

A PLACE to sleep. See Auerbach, Arnold M. 

PLAN for organizing a chain of television 
stations. See Spivak, Max. 

A PLAN for seeing. See Vocafilm corporation. 

THE PLAN of Carolyne Swiggett. See Dan- 
nett, Sylvia Gwendolyn L. 

PLAN your sale — and sell. See Jam Handy 
organization, inc. 

PLANNED demonstrations make sales. See 
TradeWays, inc. 

PLANNING for dental leadership. See Jam 
Handv organization, inc. 

A PLANT for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 
Kid. No. 84A. 

PLANT it where it grows best. See Megee, 
John. 

PLASTICS — nature gone modern. See Ex- 
ploring the unknown, Dec. 30, 1945. 

PLATT, CALVIN. You guessed it. See Dixon, 
Hume. 

PLATT, HELEN. 

Adventure north,- dramatic adaptation for 
radio of the book of the same name by 
Kathrene Pinkerton. (Books bring adven- 
ture) © lc 9-25-46 ; Helen Piatt, Port- 
land, Or. ; D unp. 5077. 

Captain Kidd's cow, a dramatic adapta- 
tion for radio of the book of that title by 
Phil Stong. (Books bring adventure) © lc 
9-25-46 ; Helen Piatt, Portland, Or. ; D unp. 
5046. 

Falcon fly back, a dramatic adaptation 
for radio of the book of the same name by 
Elinore Blaisdell. (Books bring adventure) 
© lc 9-25-46 ; Helen Piatt, Portland, Or. ; 
D imp. 5055. 

The golden horseshoe, dramatic adapta- 
tion for radio of the book of the same name 
by Elizabeth Coatsworth. (Books bring 
adventure) © lc 9-25-46; Helen Piatt, 
Portland, Or. ; D unp. 5053. 

In clean hay, a dramatic adaptation for 
radio of a story of the same name by Eric 
P. Kelly. (Books bring adventure) © lc 
9-25-46 ; Helen Piatt, Portland, Or. ; D unp. 
5047. 

Johnny Tremain, dramatic adaptation for 
radio of the book of the same name by 
Esther Forbes. (Books bring adventure) 
© lc 9-25-46 ; Helen Piatt, Portland, Or. ; 
D unp. 5054. 

The level land, dramatic adaptation for 
radio of the book of the same name by Dola 
De Jong. (Books bring adventure) © lc 
9-25-46 ; Helen Piatt, Portland, Or. ; D 
unp. 5048. 

Madeleine takes command, a dramatic 
adaptation for radio of the book of the same 
name by Ethel C. Brill. (Books bring ad- 
venture) © lc 9-25-46 ; Helen Piatt, Port- 
land, Or. ; D unp. 5051. 

On to Oregon, dramatic adaptation for 
radio of the book of the same name by 
Honore Morrow. (Books bring adventure) 
© lc 9-25-46 ; Helen Piatt, Portland, Or. ; 
D unp. 5050. 



Road to Alaska, dramatic adaptation for 
radio of a book of the same name by Douglas 
Coe, pseud, of Samuel Epstein and Beryl 
Williams Epstein. © lc 9-25-46 ; Helen 
Piatt, Portland, Or. ; D unp. 5081. 

Robin on the mountain, dramatic adapta- 
tion for radio of the book of the same name 
by Charlie May Simon. (Books bring ad- 
venture) © lc 9-25-46 ; Helen Piatt, 
Portland, Or. ; D unp. 5080. 

Smoky bay, dramatic adaptation for radio 
of the book of that name by Steingumur 
Arason. (Books bring adventure) © lc 
9-25-46 ; Helen Piatt, Portland, Or. ; D unp. 
5049. 

Spice and the devil's cave, dramatic 
adaptation for radio of the book of the 
same name by Agnes Hewes. (Books bring 
adventure) © lc 9-25-46 ; Helen Piatt, 
Portland, Or. ; D unp. 5052. 

Struggle is our brother, dramatic adapta- 
tion for radio of the book of that name by 
Gregor Felsen. (Books bring adventure) 
© lc 9-25-46 ; Helen Piatt, Portland, Or. ; 
D unp. 5082. 

Trap lines north, dramatic adaptation for 
radio of the book of that title by Stephen 
Meader. (Books bring adventure) © lc 
9-25-46 ; Helen Piatt, Portland, Or. ; D unp. 
5083. 

When the typhoon blows, dramatic adap- 
tation for radio of the book of that name by 
Elizabeth Foreman Lewis. (Books bring 
adventure) © lc 9-25-46 ; Helen Piatt, 
Portland, Or. ; D unp. 5084. 

Young Mac of Fort Vancouver, dramatic 
adaptation for radio of the book of the same 
name by Mary Jane Carr. (Books bring 
adventure) © lc 9-25-46 ; Helen Piatt, 
Portland, Or. ; D unp. 5079. 

PLAUTUS T. MACCIUS. Mercator, source 
title. See Wilmurt, Arthur. The merchant. 

PLAY BALL. See 
Hall, Robert C. 
Matesky, Ralph. 
Myers, Gustave Francis. 

PLAY CLUB. 

Grapes for dinner. See Hark, Mildred. 
Story of Nancy. See Finch, Robert. 
A toast to Christmas. See Hark, Mildred. 
The voyage of the Ark. See Vining, Don- 
ald. 

PLAY r music. See Huy, Charles. 

PLAY no. 8. See Kirschbaum, Kenneth James. 

PLAY parlay. See Malivuk, Rade. 

PLAZANET, JEAN. Edith, piSce en trois 
actes de J. Francois Jeantet [pseud.] © lc 
5-8-46 ; Jean-Frangois Jeantet, pseudo. de 
Jean Plazanet, Bordeaux, France ; D unp. 
4189. 

PLEASE marry me. See Adrian, Henry. 

PLEASURE house. See Taubes, Frank. 

PLOTKIN, CELIA. Antiochus, the coward ; a 
one-act play with incidental music, [n. p.] 
c 1946. 10 leaves. © 8-14-46 ; 2c 8-15-46 ; 
Celia Plotkin, New York, D pub. 4546. 

PNEUMONIA. See Exploring the unknown, 
Feb. 3. 1946. 

THE POACHER. See Lortzing, Albert. 

POCAHANTAS. See Grimes, Mary. 

THE POCOHANTAS plate. See Geto, Alfred 
David. The nook ; or, The Pocohantas 
plate. 

POCONO. -See Elicker, Joseph Edwin. 

PODIUM performances. See Wangerin, Rich- 
ard Henry. 

POE. EDGAR ALLAN. The cask of Amontil- 
lado. Sec Holtby, Grace. 

THE POET and the drummer. See Beim, Nor- 
man. 

A POET is born. See French, Florence Felten. 

POETIC iustice. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2146-1371. 

POET'S corner. See Marshman, Donald Me- 
Gill, jr. 



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pt. i, n. s. 



POGO — the wonder dog. See The Green Hor- 
net. No. 760. 

POISON ivy. See Milstead, Wallace L. 

THE POISON pen. See Vest, Peter Jean. 

THE POISONER. See Burns, Fred H. Stud- 
ies in crime, No. 15. 

POKER quiz — it's in the cards. See Arthur, 
Willis. 

POLACHECK, CHARLES. Skin deep ; a liv- 
ing newspaper. A Stage for action dra- 
matic composition. 24 leaves. © lc 4-2— 
46 : Stage for action, New York ; D unp. 
2696. 

POLARIZED glasses. See The Green Hornet. 
No. 757. 

POLE, FRANCES. 

Alice, a musical play in two acts, adapted 
from Lewis Carroll's stories, Alice in Won- 
derland and Through the looking glass ; 
music by John Sacco, book by Frances Pole. 
Text only. © lc 8-27-46 ; Frances Pole, 
New York ; new matter : revision ; D unp. 
4708. Prev. reg. 4-9-45 ; D unp. 93013. 

Three falls for stuff, a play in three acts 
by Frances Pole and Lehman Goodman. 
© lc 4-3-46 ; Frances' Pole and Lehman 
Goodman, New York; D unp. 2695. ' 

POLE, REGINALD. The idiot, a play in ten 
scenes by Reginald Pole and John Cowper 
Powys ; adapted and dramatized from the 
novel of Dostoevsky. © lc 1-27-46 ; Reg- 
inald Pole and John Cowper Powys. New 
York ; new matter : revision ; D unp. 2403. 
Prev. reg. 7-20^45 ; D unp. 95181. 

POLICEWOMAN: MARY SULLIVAN, DE- 
TECTIVE. (Radio program) 

Scripts in this series are by Lord, inc. 
© Lord, inc., New York. Broadcast weekly 
May 6, 1946-Nov. 24, 1946. Scripts 1-2 
have sub-title Policewoman : Mary Sullivan 
of the homicide squad. 

1. Case of the bite on the arm. © lc 
6-8-46 ; D unp. 3526. 

2. Case of a woman's mind. © lc 6—8— 
46 ; D unp. 3527. 

3. Case of the gigolo and the jewels. © 
lc 6-8-46 ; D unp. 3528. 

4. Case of the careful murderers. © lc 
6-8-46 ; D unp. 3529. 

5. Case of the bitter medicine. © lc 
6-8-46 ; D unp. 3530. 

6. Case of the badger game. © lc 6-22- 
46 : D unp. 3705. 

7. Case of the excellent marksman. © 
lc 6-22-46 ; D unp. 3706. 

8. Case of a woman's earring. © lc 
7-25-46 ; D unp. 4267. 

9. Case of the Spanish sweethearts. © 
lc 7-25-46 ; D unp. 4268. 

10. Case of a scheming wife. © lc 7-25- 
46 : D unp. 4269. 

11. Case of the unexpected husband. © 
lc 8-8-46 : D unp. 4457. 

12. Case of death on a lonely road. © 
lc 8-8-46 ; D unp. 4458. 

13. Case of the meek mannered orderly. 
© lc 8-22-46 ; D unp. 4678. 

14. Case of murder by accident. © lc 
8-22-46 ; D unp. 4679. 

15. Case of the hallway murder. © lc 
9-7-46 : D unp. 4826. 

16. Case of the running bowline. © lc 
9-7-46 : D unp. 4825. 

17. Case of the tpll-tale switch. © lc 
9-12-46 ; D unp. 4905. 

18. Case of the lonely artist. © lc 9-19- 
46 : D unp. 4966. 

19. Case of the red hands. © lc 10-10-46 : 
D unp. 5264. 

20. Case of the hungry baby. © lc 10- 
10-46 : D unp. 5265. 

21. Case of the lonely woman. © lc 
10-10-46 ; D unp. 5266. 

22. Case of the burned books. © lc 10- 
17-46 ; D unp. 5499. 



23. Case of the unloved son. © lc 10- 
25-46 : D unp. 5606. 

24. Case of the missing heiress. © lc 
10-31-46 ; D unp. 5730. 

25. Case of the scheming showgirl. © lc 
11-9-46 ; D unp. 5928. 

26. Case of the broken bottle. © lc 11- 
13-46 ; D unp. 5910. 

27. Case of the crystal ball. © lc 12- 
18-46 ; D unp. 6589. 

28. Case of the left handed clue. © lc 
12-18-46 ; D unp. 6590. 

POLICEWOMAN : Mary Sullivan of the homi- 
cide squad. See Policewoman : Mary Sul- 
livan, detective. 

POLITICS. See 
Cohen, Elliot J. 
Titus, Charles Hickman. 

POLKE, HILDE. Life in two worlds, a real- 
istic play in four acts. © lc 4-16-46 ; 
Hilde Polke, New York ; D unp. 2771. 

POLLACK, JANICE. Academy award, a mu- 
sical play in two acts, by Janice Pollack 
and Irving Lehrer. Text only. © lc 8—2- 
46 ; Janice Pollack and Irving Lehrer, Bev- 
erly Hills, Calif. ; D unp. 4343. 

POLONAISH. See Smith, Frederic Stuart. 

THE POLYGAMIST lark. See Anspach, Mar- 
cel. 

POMPONIO, JOHN ROBERT. Who did it, 
and why ; a play in two scenes. © lc 6-30- 
46 ; John Robert Pomponio, New York ; D 
unp. 3839. 

PONTE, LORENZO DA. See Da Ponte, Lor- 
enzo. 

PONTINOVITZ. ROSE K. A lady of valor, 
by Rose K. Ponty [ pseud. 1 Radio script. 
© lc 4-8-46 ; Rose K. Pontinovitz, Worces- 
ter, Mass. ; D unp. 2500. 

PONTY, ROSE K., pseud. See Pontinovitz, 
Rose K. 

POOLE, ROBERT S. Interesting facts about 
tailoring. Radio broadcast, Feb. 20, 1946. 
© lc 7-18-46 ; Robert S. Poole, Greensboro, 
N. C. ; C 625. 

POOR Mr. Throckmorton. See Levy, Bertram 
P. 

POOR Percival. See St. Clair, Robert. 

POOR Richard. See 

Land, Charles Theodore. 
Tweedy, Kent. 

POPA, ELI JR. Blossom in November, a com- 
edy in three acts. © lc 9-12-46 : Eli Popa, 
jr.. East Chicago, Incl. ; D unp. 4875. 

THE POPCORN tree. See Lennon, Betty Ann 
Barber. 

POPE, ANTHONY. The Lord's harvest, a 
gospel musical and romantic drama of the 
East Indies in three acts, bv Prince An- 
thony [pseud.] Text only. © lc 7-29-46 ; 
Anthony Pope, Chicago ; D unp. 5432. 

POPINJAY and Christmas time. See Crutch- 
field, Les M. 

POPPA or pauper. See Harris, Philip Wil- 
liam. 

POPULAR SCIENCE PUBLISHING COM- 
PANY. INC. 

Aladdin and his lamp, from Arabian 
nishts. © lc 9—17—46 : Popular science pub- 
lishing co., inc., New York ; D unp. 4948. 

Ali Baba and the forty thieves. © lc 
9-17—46 ; Popular science publishing co., 
inc.. New York ; D unp. 4949. 

The black arrow, by Robert Louis Steven- 
son. Radio script. © lc 9-17-46 ; Popular 
science publishing co., inc., New York ; D 
unp. 4956. 

The courtship of Miles Standish, by Henry 
W. Longfellow. Radio script. © lc 9-17- 
46 : Popular science publishing co., inc., New 
York ; D unp. 4951. 

David Copperfield, by Charles Dickens. 
Radio script. © lc 9—17—46 ; Poular science 
publishing CO., inc., New York ; D unp. 4950. 



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v. 19, 1946 



Dissertation upon roast pig by Charles 
Lamb, a dramatic narration. © lc 9-17-46 ; 
Popular science publishing company, inc., 
New York ; D unp. 5685. 

Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain 
[pseud.] Radio script. © lc 9-17-46; 
Popular science publishing co., inc., New 
York ; D unp. 4952. 

Legend of Sleepy Hollow, by Washington 
Irving. Radio script. © lc 9-17-46 ; Popu- 
lar science publishing co., inc., New York ; 
D unp. 4954. 

Les miserables, by Victor Hugo. Radio 
script. © lc 9-17-46 ; Popular science 
publishing co., inc., New York ; D unp. 4957. 
The necklace, by Guy de Maupassant. 
Radio script. ' © lc 9-17-46 ; Popular sci- 
ence publishing co., inc., New York ; D unp. 
4953. 

Rip Van Winkle, by Washington Irving. 
Radio script. © lc 9-17-46 ; Popular sci- 
ence publishing co., inc., D unp. 4955. 

PORCHE, Mme FRANCOIS. See Porche, Si- 
mone Benda. 

PORCHE, SIMONE BENDA. 

Rosiers blancs, piece en 4 actes. 1945. 
(In Les Oeuvres libres. Nouv. ser., no. 6 
(232) Paris, Fayard. 1945. 19 cm. 6, 
[227]-318) 

Author's pseud., Simone, at head of cap- 
tion title. © 12-1-45 ; lc 3-1-46 ; Madame 
Simone (Simone Frangois Porche) Paris ; D 
pub. 2336. 

PORCHE, SIMONE FRANQOIS. See Porche, 
Simone Benda. 

PORITZ. Ruth Holleman. The green desert, 
a play in three acts by Ruth Holleman. © 
lc 8-11-46 : Ruth Holleman Poritz, East 
Haddam, Conn. ; D unp. 4508. 

THE PORK is rare. See Mann, Timothy. 

PORQUEROL, ELIZABETH, pseud. See 
Poucherol, E. 

PORT Comfort. See Jam Handy organization, 
inc. 

PORT of Chicago. See Gerstenberg, Alice. 

LA PORTE de l'ablme. See Josset, Andre. 

PORTER, COLE. Around the world in 80 
days : or. A wager won. A play in two acts 
by Cole Porter and Orson Welles, adapted 
from the story by Jules Verne. © lc 5—13- 
46 ; Mercury enterprises, inc., New York ; D 
unp. 3103. 

PORTER, IRENE ELIZABETH. 

Just growin' pains, teen-age comedy in 
3 acts. © lc 5-14-46 ; Irene Elizabeth 
Porter, Sharon Hill, Pa. : D unp. 3048. 

Whoa there Silas, a comedv in three acts. 
© lc 11-24-46 ; Irene Elizabeth Porter, 
Sharon Hill. Pa. ; D unp. 6201. 

PORTER, LOUIS. Turn the dark cloud, a 
olay in three acts and eight scenes by Louis 
Porter and Gerald Sprung. © lc 2-28-46 ; 
Gerald Sprung, New York ; D unp. 885. 

PORTER, ROSE ALBERT. Good fishing off 
Cotue, a plav in 14 scenes. © lc 3-29-46 ; 
Rose Albert Porter, New York. D unp. 2286. 

PORTER. WILLIAM EVERETT. New fash- 
ion love, a comedy in three acts by Riolado 
Tpseud.] © lc 11-20-46; William Everett 
Porter. Washington ; D unp. 5994. 

PORTLAND fancy. See Eaton, Julia. 

THE PORTRAIT. See Gullickson, Charles 
H. 

THE PORTRAIT of Christine. See Rawley, 
William Thomas. 

PORTRAIT of Ellen. See Olson, Pershing 
Orville. 

PORTRAIT of Paulette. See Savage-Graham, 
Edith. 

PORTRAITS in oil, source title. See Miller, 
Jacob. The cavalier. 

POSNACK, BLANCHE. Is there a hit in the 
house? Radio script.- © lc 2-7-46; 
Blanche Posnack, Brooklyn ; C 139. 



POSSESSED. See Esser, Wright. 

POSSESSED of the devil, See House of mys- 
tery, June 1, 1946. 

POST, BARNEY. My brother George, a play 
in two acts and epilogue. © lc 3-12-46 ; 
Barney Post, Brooklyn ; D unp. 2024. 

POST, ROY. The nook. See Geto, Alfred 
David. 

POST office. See Gingrich, Harold. 

POSTMASTER of Quincy. See The eternal 
light. No. 66. 

POSTON, RICHARD DALE. Genius for 
breakfast, a farce in three acts. Originally 
titled Technically speaking. © lc 1-4-46 ; 
Richard Dale Poston, New York ; D unp. 
2739. 

POTTER, EDWARD J. What's holding back 
the sun? Special radio broadcast, Dec. 7, 
1945. © lc 12-29-45 ; Edward J. Potter, 
Austin, Tex. ; D unp. 1. 

POTTER, GRACE ELIZABETH. I, a stran- 
ger : a play in a prologue and three acts. 
© lc 10-29-46 ; Grace Elizabeth Potter, 
Ann Arbor, Mich. ; new matter : revisions 
and additions ; D unp. 5703. Prev. reg. 
5-4-39, D unp. 63370. 

POTTER, JOHN MOSS. New Orleans, an 
operetta in a prologue and two acts. © lc 
9-12-46 ; John Moss Potter, Winnetka, 111. ; 
D unp. 5085. 

POUCHEROL, *E. Jason suivi de Argos, 
pieces en quatre actes. Paris, Michel [1945] 
339 p. 19 cm. At head of title : Elisabeth 
Porquerol [pseud.] © 12-30-45 ; lc 5-8-46 ; 
Albin Michel, Paris ; D pub. 4155. 

POULTRY growth experimentation. See 
Warp, Harold. 

POWELL, JAMES FRANCIS. Dolly darling ; 
or, A mother's love. A human interest 
play in three acts. © lc 3-5-46 ; James 
Francis Powell, Norwalk, Conn. ; D unp. 

985. 

POWER, JOE. A date with the future, by Joe 
Power, Carl Ritchie and Robert Scott. Ra- 
dio script. © lc 5-31-46 ; Joe Power, Carl 
Ritchie and Robert Scott, ' Salem, Or. ; C 
901. 

THE POWER of money. See Eisner. Edward. 
POWER was given them. See Feith, Erwin 
Peter. 

POWYS, JOHN COWPER. The idiot. See 
Pole, Reginald. 

PRACTICALLY imperfect. See Miller, John 
R. \ 

PRAGER-PLATZ 3, eine treppe. See Schott- 
laender, Leo. 

THE PRAIRIE chicken. See Morris, Gouver- 
neur. • 

PRAIRIE woman. See Lovelace, John Hay- 
wood. 

PRATT. LOUISE C. Paula and Virginia, a 
comedy in three acts by L. C. Pratt. © lc 
12-8-46 ; Louise C. Pratt, Los Angeles ; D 
unp. 6465. 

PRATT, WILLIAM W. Ten nights in a bar- 
room. See Tiller, Ted. 

PRAYER for peace. See. 
Holloway, Jean. 
Moser, Marian. 

PREACHER and the b'ar. See Murray, Al- 
Bryant Washington. 

PREACHER Jolly's miracle. See Easterlin, 
Malcolm Bennett. 

PRECIOUS legacy. See Rimmer, Lotti. 

PREDICTIONS by experts. See McCann- 
Erickson. inc. 

PREFERABLY thine. See Reiss, Samuel. 

PREJUDICE — challenge to democracy. See 

PRELUDE. See Smith, Lawrence Williams. 
PRELUDE to service. See Fernald, Alan R. 
PRELUDE to victory. See Baum, Harry 
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PREMIER amour. See 
Josset, Andre. 
Pagnol, Marcel. 

A PRE-NATAL fantasy. See Cooper. Edward 
K. 

PRESCRIPTION for selling. See Jam Handy 
organization, inc. 

PRESENT enchantment. See Miller, Frances 
Alexander. 

A PRESENT from Hollywood. See Hackett 
(M. H. ) company. 

PRESENT laughter. See Coward. Noel Pierce. 

PRESENTATION — Princess Ilina. See Nel- 
son. Robert A. 

PRESENTING Lily Mars. See Lux radio 
theatre, Mar. 11, 1946. 

PRESES, PETER. Neidinger. dramatisches 
possenspiel in drei akten von Peter Preses 
und Ulrich Becher. © lc 2-28-46 ; Peter 
Preses and Ulrich Becher, New York ; D 
unp. 879. 

A PRESIDENT for the Cisco Kid. See The 
Cisco Kid. No. 120A. 

PRESSLEY, CHARLES EUGENE. Romance 
of the Bear Flag Republic, an historical 
drama of Sonoma in eight episodes. © lc 
7-9-46 ; Charles Eugene Presslev, Santa 
Barbara, Calif. : D unp. 3987. 

PRESTON, DAVID. Crest of .the wave, a 
comedy with music in two acts. Text only. 
© lc 2-19-46 : David Preston, Abilene, 
Tex. : D unp. 743. 

PRESTON, JACK. See Buschlen, John Pres- 
ton. 

PRESTON breaks a rule. See Challenge of 
the Yukon. No. 440. 

PRESTON goes to jail. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. No. 446. 

PRESTON sells King. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. No. 449. 

PRESTON takes over. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. No. 415. 

THE PRETTIEST song in the world. See 
Stein, Joseph. 

PRICE, AL BERNIE. The Al Bernie show; 
radio broadcast. Oct. 14. 1946. © lc 12- 
19-46 ; Al Bernie Price, New York ; D unp. 
6609. 

PRICE, EDITH BALLINGER. The unhappy 
Echo, a play for children. [New "fork, 
Girl scouts, 1946] 15 p. illus. 22% cm. 
© 9-20-46 : 2c 10-10-46 : Girl scouts. New 
York ; D pub. 5477. 

PRICE, FANNIE KAHN and Kahn, Morton 
L.. trading as Kahn and Rosenau. See 
Kahn. Morton L. 

PRICE, LELAND. 

The angel of Red Canyon, a comedy of 
the great West in three acts. Minneapolis, 
Denison : [etc., 1946] 95 p. diagr. 18 cm. 
(Denison's royalty plays) © 11-15-46: 2c 
11-18-46 : T. S. Denison & co., Minneapolis ; 
D pub. 5998. 

Bessie, the bandit's beautiful baby : or, 
Curses on my fatal beauty. A rip-roaring, 
old-time "meller drammer" in one act. 
Minneapolis. Northwestern press. c 1946. 
36 p. diagr. 19 cm. © 10-19-46 ; 2c 
10—23-46 : Northwestern press. Minneapo- 
lis : D pub. 5564. 

Desperate Desmond's dastardly deed : or, 
Wedded, but no wife. An old-fashioned 
"meller-drammer" in one act. Minneapolis, 
Nortlrwestern press. c 1946. 32 p. diagr. 
19 cm. © 10-19-46 : 2c 10-23-46 : North- 
western press, Minneapolis : D pub. 5563. 

PRICE, OLIVE M. Stage-struck, a comedy 
in three acts. Evanston, 111., Row, Peter- 
son ; [etc., 1946] 80 p. diagrs. 20% cm. 
© 9-13-46 ; 2c 10-13-46 : Row. Peterson & 
co., Evanston, 111. ; D pub. 5483. 

PRIDE of the marines. See Lux radio theatre, 
Dec. 31. 1945. 

PRIEST. ROBERT W. Gold isn't everything, 
a play in three acts. © lc 1-27-46 ; 
Robert W. Priest, Deans, N. J. ; D unp. 409. 



PRIESTLEY, J. B. See Priestley, John Boyn- 

ton. 
PRIESTLEY, JOHN BOYNTON. Ever since* 
Paradise, a play in three acts by J. B. 
Priestley. © lc T-24-46 ; J. B. Priestley,. 
London : D unp. 4295. 
PRIMITIVE moment. See Janaro, Richard 

Paul. 
PRINCE ANTHONY, pseud. See Pope, Anth- 
ony. 
PRINCE, MARY B. The Christ way. See 

Long, Essie Lee. 
THE PRINCE from far away. See Phillips,. 

John J. The blessing of Banba. 
THE PRINCE of poverty. See Probst, Jack. 
THE PRINCESS and the swineherd. See 

Miller, Madge. 
THE PRINCESS and the willow tree. See 
Mayer, Natalie. Fantasy, the Princess and 
the willow tree. 
PRINCESS Ilina. See Nelson, Robert A. 

Presentation — Prineess Ilina. 
PRINCESS Lana of Persia. See General mills, 

inc. 
THE PRINCESS of the City of the Sun. See 

Yii_zV)ik TospdIl ^L 
PRINCIPLES of modern golf instructions. 

See Charroux, Alfred Andrew. 
PRINDIVILLE, KATHLEEN. See Exploring 

the unknown. 
PRINDLE, JAMES P. See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 

Accidental romance. 
All this and baby too. 
Aluminum. 

The American promise. 
The banker buys a car. 
Hogger Maginnis. 
New baby. 
No help wanted. 

Personalized lubrication service. 
Personalized product advertising. 
Professional salesmanship. 
Standard personalized service. 
Story of gasoline. 
This is aluminum. 
PRINTEMPS. See Houssaye, Henry. 
LE PRINTEMPS de la saint Martin. See 

Coward, Noel Pierce. 
PRIVACY, please. See Stiefvater, Anthony J. 
PRIVATE enquiry. See Melford, Austin. 

Your face is familiar and other sketches. 
PRIVATE exit. See Wiseman, Mark Hunting- 
ton. 
THE PRIVATE life of Milton Berle. See 

Zwirn. Bernard Phillip. 
THE PRIVATE life of Mona Lisa. See May- 
field, Sara Martin. 
PRIVATE line to Washington. See Fliegers, 
Sergei. Sergei Fliegers' Private line to 
Washington. 
PRIVATE stock. See Albyn, Genevieve N. 
THE PRIVATEER. See Morris, John Law- 
rence. 
PRIVETTE. HETTIE E. 

If Christ should come, a play in three acts. 

Application title : If Christ should come 

tonight. © lc 3-2-46 ; Hettie E. Privette, 

St. Louis ; D unp. 2855. 

A PRIZE for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 

Kid. No. 30A. 
THE PRIZE giving. See Melford, Austin. 
Your face is familiar and other sketches. 

PROBST, JACK. The prince of poverty ; or, 

My poverty is my wealth. A play in one act, 

with prologue. © lc 2-19-46 ; Jack Probst, 

New York ; D unp. 742. 
PROCTOR. LANGDON. 

Thy will be done, a play in three acts. © 

lc 4-10-46 : Langclon Proctor, New York ; 

D unp. 2524. 

Tin Lizzie, a half-hour radio plav. © lc 

7-8-46 ; Langdon Proctor, New York ; D 

unp. 3905. 



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See The Green 

See Jacobson, 

See Keeping up 
No. 22. 

See Wilding 



PROCTER AND GAMBLE COMPANY. See 
Joyce Jordan, M. D. 
Life can be beautiful. 
Ma Perkins. 

The right to happiness. 
Road of life. 
A woman of America. 
Young Doctor Malone. 
THE PRODIGAL. See Brown. Richard Wal- 
ter. 
THE PRODIGAL brother. 

Hornet. No. 779. 
THE PRODIGAL father. 

Percy N. 
PRODUCTION is wealth. 

with the Wigglesworths. 
.■PROFESSIONAL salesmanship. 

picture productions, inc. 
A PROFESSOR Arachnida mystery. See 

Vest, Peter Jean. Case of the Burma beauty. 
PROFESSOR Owl. See House, L Marguer- 

itte. 
PROFESSOR White. .See Van Druten, John. 
PROFIT motive. See Keeping up with the 

Wigglesworths. No. 32. 
PROFITS from war. See The Green Hornet. 

No. 770. 
Program producers corporation. Ladies be 

listenin'. See Averell, William C. 
PROJECT futile. See Willis, Moxley Waldo, 

sr. 
PROJECT X. See Wilding picture produc- 
tions, inc. 
PROLOGUE. See 

Anspach, Marcel. 

O'Connell, Alberta Masters. 
PROLOGUE to tomorrow. See Haye, Theo- 
dore S. 
PROMACHOS. See Moore, Alvah Loyce. 
"THE PROMISE. See Carroll, Marie. 
A PROMISE for the Cisco Kid. See The 

Cisco Kid. No. 17A. 
PROMISED land. See Geto, Alfred David. 
PROPERTY rights. See The Lone Ranger. 

No. 2128-1353. 
PROPHETIC story. See Janda, George. 
PROPOSED broadcast. See Kass, Isidore. 
PROSPECTUS of new tomorrow. See Ruplin, 

Esterre W. 
PROSPEROUS foreigners are good customers. 

See Keeping up with the Wigglesworths. 

No. 41. 
A PROTASIS to the marriage of Figaro. See 

Benz, Hamilton. 
PROTECTION incorporated. See The Green 

Hornet. No. 731. 
PROVE all things. See Haraldson, John R. 
PROVENCE, JEAN. Little plays, from big 

authors. Boston, Baker's plays ; [etc., 1946] 

140 p. 19 cm. © 8-7-46 ; 2c 8-8-46 ; 

Walter H. Baker co. Boston ; D pub. 4537. 
PROVO, FRANK. Escape to the sun, a play 

in three acts by Frank Provo and John 

Pickard. © lc 12-26-46 ; Frank Provo and 

John Henry Pickard, Great Barrington, 

Mass. ; D unp. 6665. 

PRUMBS, LUCILE S. Ever the beginning, a 
new plav in three acts by L. S. Prumbs and 
S. B. Smith. © le 5-14-46 ; Lucille S. 
Prumbs and Sara B. Smith, New York ; D 
unp. 3101. 

THE PSALTREE. See Willis, Holman. 

PSYCHOANALYSIS. See Exploring the un- 
known, Apr. 6, 1946. 

PSYCHOLOGICALLY speaking. See Hal- 
loran. Patricia J. 

PUBLIC debt. See Keeping up with the 
Wigglesworths. No. 30. 

PUGET, CLAUDE ANDRE. 

Le printemps de la saint Martin. See 
Coward, Noel Pierce. 

Theatre [t. 1] Les jours heureux ; Echec 
a don Juan ; Nuit et jour. Paris, R. Julliard 
•£1943] 260 p. 19y 2 cm. (Sequana) © 



9-16-43 ; lc 8-29-45 ; Claude Andre Puget, 

Paris ; D pub. 647. 

Theatre [t. 2] Le grand Poucet ; Un petit 

ange de rien du tout. Paris, Editions lit- 

teraires de Monaco [1944] 253 p. 19% cm. 

(Sequana) © 1-20-44 ; lc 8-29-45 ; Claude 

Andre Puget, Paris ; D pub. 641. 
PUJOL, RENE. Le roi des resquilleurs, piece 

pour la cinema par Ren6 Pujol et Pierre 

Colombier. © lc 5—8-46 ; Gray -film, Paris ; 

D unp. 4371. 
PULLEN, JOHN JAMES. The dog at the 

wheel. Address. © lc 12-6-46 ; John 

James Pullen, West Granby, Conn. ; C 963. 
PULLIAM, THOMAS WEDDELL. A nice 

place to visit. See. 
Davidson, Frank C. 
Kadison, Philip. 
PUMA, FERNANDO. Doughnuts and paint. 

See Waren, Helen. 
PUNCH and Judy. See Luther, Frank. 
THE PUNCH bowl party. See Comstock, 

Charles, Francis. 
THE PUNISHMENT fitted the crime. See 

Sherak, Bernard. 
THE PUP that ate too much. See Challenge 

of the Yukon. No. 438. 
PUPPETS of fate. See Stolz, Robert. 
PURCELL, ROBERT H. 

Outline of plan for newspaper features of 

interest to smokers and other tobacco users. 

Address. © lc 12-1-46 ; Robert H. Purcell, 

San Francisco : C 942. 

Smokiana and the smoking fraternity. 

Address. © lc 3-1-46 ; Robert H. Purcell, 

San Francisco ; C 221. 
THE PURITY of Peggy. See McNamee, 

Edward. 
THE PURPLE COW. See Turet, Milton. 
THE PURPLE parrot. See Wynclette, Olive. 
PURRINGTON, BENJAMIN ALLEN. 

Man of the people, a play in three acts. 

© lc 11-23-46 ; Benjamin Allen Purrington, 

San Francisco ; D unp. 6225. 

The right to love. See Cory, George C, 

jr- 

The song of Lady Lotus-Eyes, a Japanese 

idyl by Ben Purrington. 23 leaves © lc 

1—18—46 : Benjamin Allen Purrington, San 

Francisco ; D unp. 264. 
PURSELL. CHARLES S. Home again, a 

comedy in three acts. © lc 11-7-46 ; Charles 

S. Pursell, New York ; D unp. 5834. 
PUSHKA and the puritan. See Igo, Harold. 
PUSS in boots. See Mack, Nila. 
PYLE, FRANCIS JOHNSON. The kings of 

Saranazette. a four-act drama of the unrest 

now current in the middle East ; by Lewis 

Worthington Smith, with music for the 

lyrics by Francis Johnson Pyle. Text and 

music on separate leaves. © lc 5—1—46 ; 

Lewis Worthington Smith, Des Moines ; D 

unp. 1064. 

Q 

Q. E. D. See Sivigny. Miriam K. 

QUADRANGLE CLUB. 

Southern comfort. See Ross, Richard. 
Sugar and spice. See Hotcner, Selwyh. 

THE QUALITY of Jason Goatdust. See 
McGee, James Vincent. 

THE QUALITY team. See Jam Handy or- 
ganization, inc. 

QUAND le diable y serait. See Fauchois, 
Rene. 

QUANTIN, SUZANNE. Ecole matrimoniale 
pour demoiselles, piece en trois actes et six 
tableaux par Gisele Servor [pseud.] © lc 
7—10—41 ; Gisele Servor (ps. de Suzanne 
Quantin) Paris ; D unp. 5304. 

QUARRIE CORPORATION. Childcraft tran- 
scription. See Osborne, Ernest G. 

LES 4 temps. See Frachat, Fabien. 



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pt. i, n. s. 



QUATTRO matrimoni in una volta. See 
Paterno, Giuseppe. 

QUEEN Esther. See Gilbert, Louis N. 

THE QUEEN of romance. See Higgin, Clif- 
ford. 

QUEEN Rachel III. See Cohen, Elliot J. 

QUEEN Tut. See Lesh, Charles Moreland. 

QUEEN Vashti. See General mills, inc. 

THE QUEEN versus Holland. See Glueck, 
Sheldon. 

QUEEN Wilhelmina, her life and times. See 
Paige, Ethel. 

QUEEN'S WORK, INC. St. Joseph's sense 
of humor. See Treacy, Emerson. 

QUEER fire. See Davis, Fitzroy. 

QUENTIN, PATRICK. Poor Mr. Throck- 
morton. See Levy, Bertram P. 

A QUEST for truth. See Schrammeck, Clif- 
ford Thomas. 

QUESTI fantasmi. See Filippo, Eduardo de. 

THE QUESTION before the house. See Baker, 
Cameron, Soby and Penfield advertising 
agencv. 

A QUESTION of time. See The Green Hornet. 
No. 745. 

QUICK alterations. See Gardner, Annetta 
Josephine. 

THE QUICK and the dead. See Northrup, 
John H. 

QUICKSAND point. See The Lone Ranger. 
No. 2171-1396. 

QUIET, please ! See Whitman, Victor Sar- 
gent. 

QUIET week-end. See McCracken, Esther. 

QUIGLEY. ROBERT. Funny money, a public 
participation show for radio. © lc 11— 
20-46 ; Robert Quigley, New York ; D imp. 
6301. 

QUIN, SHIRLAND. A bowl of cherries, a 
comedy in three acts. © lc 7-24-46 ; Shir- 
land Quin, Rye, N. Y. ; D unp. 5879. 

QUIN RYAN'S anniversaries. See Ryan, Quin 
Augustus. 

QUINN. DON. See Fibber McGee and Molly. 

QUINTO. ELEANOR MARIE BEAR. 

Experiment in color, one act drama with 
lyrics, Shadows on the pond. © lc 9-17—46 ; 
Eleanor Marie Bear Quinto, New York ; D 
unp. 5708. , 

The urge, a one act drama : lyrics and 
melody. Part of a drama entitled America 
our father's land. Text only. © lc 2-25- 
46 : Eleanor M. Bear Quinto, New York ; 
D unp. 847. 

QUITTERS. See The Lone Ranger. ' No. 
2112-1337. 

THE QUIZ kid. See Kaplan, Hyman. 

QUIZ kid number . See Levine, Abraham. 

QUIZ KIDS. (Radio program) Scripts in 
this series are by John B. Lewellen. © 
Louis G. Cowan, Chicago. 

285. Broadcast Dec. 9, 1945. © lc 1-9- 
46: C 68. 

288. Broadcast Dec. 30, 1945. © lc 12- 
30-45 ; C 17. 

289. Broadcast Jan. 6, 1946. © lc 1-7- 
46 ; C 40. 

290. Broadcast Jan. 13, 1946. © lc 1-14- 
46 ; C 69. 

291. Broadcast Jan. 20, 1946. © lc 1- 
20-46 ; C 95. 

292. Broadcast Jan. 27, 1946. © lc 
1-27-46 ; C 103. 

293. Broadcast Feb. 3, 1946. © lc 2-4- 
46 ; C 119. 

294. Broadcast Feb. 10, 1946. © lc 2-10- 
46: C 151. 

295. Broadcast Feb. 17, 1946. © lc 2-17- 
46 ; C 194. 

296. Broadcast Feb. 24, 1946. © lc 
2-25-46 ; C 198. 

297. Broadcast Mar. 3, 1946. © lc 3-3- 
46 ; C 222. 



298. Broadcast Mar. 10. 1946. © le 
3-10-46 : C 265. 

299. Broadcast Mar. 17, 1946. © le 
3-17-46 : C 314. 

300. Broadcast Mar. 24, 1946. © le 
3-24-46 : C 320. 

301. Broadcast Mar. 31, 1946. © le 
3-31-46 ; C 321. 

302. Broadcast Apr. 7, 1946. © lc 4-7- 
46 : C 344. 

303. Broadcast Apr. 14, 1946. © le 
4—15—46' C 373 

304. Broadcast Apr. 21, 1946. © lc 
4-21-46; C 382. 

305. Broadcast Apr. 28, 1946. © lc 4-28- 
46 ; C 402. 

306. Broadcast May 5, 1946. © lc 5-5- 
46 : C 408. 

307. Broadcast May 12, 1946. © lc 
5-12-46 : C 444. 

308. Broadcast May 19, 1946. © le 
5-19-46 ; C 475. 

309. Broadcast May 26, 1946. © le 
5-27-46 : C 464. 

310. Broadcast June 2, 1946. © lc 6-3- 
46 : C 488. 

311. Broadcast June 9, 1946. © lc 6-9- 
46 : C 545. 

312. Broadcast June 16, 1946. © le 
6-16-46 : C 540. 

313. Broadcast June 23, 1946. © lc 
6-24-46 ; C 541. 

314. Broadcast June 30, ■ 1946. © lc 
6-30-46: C 597. 

315. Broadcast July 7, 1946. © lc 7-7- 
46; C 598. 

316. Broadcast July 14, 1946. © le 
7-15-46 : C 590. 

317. Broadcast July 21, 1946. © lc 
7-21-46 : C 603. 

318. Broadcast July 28, 1946. © lc 
7-27-46 ; C 621. 

319. Broadcast Aug. 4, 1946. © lc 8-4- 
46 ; C 622. 

320. Broadcast Aug. 11, 1946. © lc 
S-ll-46 : C 657. 

321. Broadcast Aug. 18, 1946. © lc 
S-18-46 : C 658. 

322. Broadcast Aug. 25, 1946. © lc 
8-25-46 : C 694. 

323. Broadcast Sept. 1, 1946. © lc 9-1- 
46 ; C 695. 

324. Broadcast Sept. 8, 1946. © lc 9-8- 
46 ; C 696. 

325. Broadcast Sept. 15, 1946. © lc 
9-18-46 ; C 770. 

326. Broadcast Sept. 22, 1946. © lc 
9-22-40 : C 769. 

327. Broadcast Sept. 29, 1946. © lc 
9-29-4(5 ; C 742. 

328. Broadcast Oct. 6, 1946. © lc 10-6- 
46; C 743. 

329. Broadcast Oct. 13, 1946. © lc 
10-13-46: C 876. 

330. Broadcast Oct. 20, 1946. © lc 
10-20-46 ; C 798. 

331. Broadcast Oct. 27, 1946. © lc 
10-27-46 : C 810. 

332. Broadcast Nov. 3, 1946. © lc 11-4- 
46; C 811. 

333. Broadcast Nov. 10, 1946. © lc 
11-10-46 ; C 875. 

334. Broadcast Nov. 17, 1946. © lc 
11-17-46 ; C 888. 

335. Broadcast Nov. 24, 1946. © lc 
11-27-46 ; C 949. 

336. Broadcast Dec. 1, 1946. © lc 12-2- 
46 : C 952. 

337. Broadcast Dec. 8, 1946. © lc 12-5- 
46 ; C 962. 

338. Broadcast Dec. 15, 1946. © le 
12-15-46; C 978. 

QUIZPOT contest. See Robb, John C. Spoken 
material. 



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THE QUIZZ program clue. See The Green 
Hornet. No. 781. 

R 

RABBI ISRAEL SALANTER. See The eter- 
nal light. No. 16. 

RABELAIS. See Downton, William. 

RABI, ISIDOR I. The atomic nucleus. New 
York Philharmonic-symphony intermission 
feature. Broadcast Mar. 24, 1946. © lc 
4-4- -46 ; United States rubber CO., New 
York ; C 341. 

RABINER. CHARLES. Traveller to Arkan- 
sas, a radio play. (Cavalcade of America, 
Nov. 26, 1945) © lc 1-8-46 ; E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & co., Wilmington, Del. ; 
D imp. 104. 

RABINGO. See Cohen, Abe Henry. 

RABINOFF, LEON. Grandy's Goblin authors 
club. See Voss, Kitty Keepers. 

RABINOWITZ, IRVING. Billy Baton. See 
Harten, Perry. 

RABINOWITZ, MILTON. Nightmare money, 
an original radio suspense drama. © lc 
12-4-46 ; Milton Rabinowitz, New York ; 
D unp. 6399. 

A RACE between greed and dictatorship. See 
Rose, Earle C. 

RACE hatred and prejudiceness. See Gil- 
christ, Henrietta. 

RACHEL. See The eternal light. No. 72. 

RADANO, ASCANIO EUGENE. There are 
such things, a play in three acts. © lc 11- 
15-45 ; Ascanio Eugene Radano, New York ; 
D unp. 80. 

RADDOCK, CHARLES. 

Between covers, a comedy of Bestseller- 
dom in three acts. © lc 1-19-46 ; Charles 
Raddock, New York ; new matter : revision ; 
D unp. 775. Prev. reg. Merely coincidental ; 
8-31-42, D unp. 81737. 

The finishing touch, a farce in three acts. 
© lc 11-27-46 : Charles Raddock, New 
York : D unp. 6235. 

RADFORD, DOROTHY HUMES. The morn- 
ing edition ; or, Daphne's debut. A musical 
extravaganza. Text only. © lc 6-15-46 ; 
Dorothy Humes Radford, Memphis, D unp. 
4173. 

RADIO-AMERICA TRANSCRIPTION COM- 
PANY. Men's clothing commercials. See 
Smithson, Lloyd. 

RADIO anniversaire jeunesse. See Riopel, 
Julien A. 

RADIO baseball. See Jeffery, Alfred M. 

RADIO CONTESTS COMPANY OF AMERI- 
CA. See Silverstein, Louis. 

RADIO football. See Jeffery, Alfred M. 

RADIO golf. See Jeffery, Alfred M. 

RADIO PRODUCTIONS. Romance of furs: 
Emperor's choice. See Jones, Frank. 

RADIO racing analyst. See Dallis, Nicholas 
P. 

THE RADIO tone test. See Emmerich, Wil- 
liam Joseph. 

RADIO youth birthday party. See Riopel, 
Julien A. Radio anniversaire jeunesse. 

RAFF, FRIEDRICH. Ferienkind, a play in 
three acts by Friedrich Raff, translated and 
adapted by Maria M. Coxe. © lc 3-27-46 ; 
Maria M. Coxe (Mrs. Neil M. Skinner) Drif- 
ton, Pa. ; D unp. 2257. 

R A G A W A Y, MARTIN. The rancher's 
daughter. See Stern, Len. 

RAGIR, JULIA. The undeceived, a play in 
three acts. © lc 10-9-46 ; Julia Ragir, 
Chicago ; D unp. 5391. 

RAGSDALE, RAIFORD, MONCRIEF. The 
music box, a short drama in four scenes. © 
lc 5-3-46 ; Raiford Moncrief Ragsdale, At- 
lanta : D unp. 3131. 

THE RAID. See Eagan, Lois R. 

RAILSBACH, BERNIECE. A welcome to the 
worthy grand matron and visiting chapters. 
In verse. © 8-3-46 ; 2c 9-22-46 ; Kath- 



arine C. Lowman co., Willoughby, O. ; D 
pub. 5712. 

RAINBOW nuts. See Babcock, Alfred Ray- 
mond. 

RAINBOW PRODUCTIONS, INC. Adam and 
Eve, a screen play. © lc 11-6-46 ; Rain- 
bow productions, inc., Los Angeles ; D unp. 
6445. 

RAINBOW revue. See Maley, Bob. 

RAINBOW world. See Davis, Helen M. 

RAINY day. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2116-1341. 

RAISING the rent. See Howard, Mary 
Warner. 

THE RALEIGH ROOM. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Anna Sosenko. 
© Anna Sosenko, New York. 

Dec. 26, 1945. © lc 1-4-46 ; D unp. 46. 

Jan. 2, 1946. © lc 1-4-46 ; D unp. 45. 

lc 1-14-46 ; D unp. 184. 

© lc 1-18-46 ; D unp. 



© lc 2-5-46 ; D unp. 539. 

© lc 2-5-46 ; D unp. 540. 

© lc 2-9-46 ; D unp. 685. 

© lc 2-17-46 ; D unp. 744. 

© lc 2-25-46 ; D unp. 864. 

© lc 3-1-46 ; D unp. 890. 

" lc 3-8-46 ; D unp. 973. 

© lc 3-16-46 ; D unp. 

© lc 3-23-46 ; D unp. 

© lc 4-2-46 ; D unp. 



Jan. 9, 1946. 
Jan. 16, 1946. 
263. 

Jan. 23, 1946. 
Jan. 30, 1946. 
Feb. 6, 1946. 
Feb. 13, 1946. 
Feb. 20, 1946. 
Feb. 27, 1946. ( 
Mar. 6, 1946. £ 
Mar. 13, 1946. 
2129 

Mar. 20, 1946. 
2252 

Mar. 27, 1946. 
2322. 
RALSTON PURINA COMPANY. 

Argument. See Jam Handy organization,, 
inc. 

How to use DDT. See Jam Handy or- 
ganization, inc. 

Manuel — the manual. See Jam Handy 
organization, inc. 

Your Checkerdale hatchery. See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 
RAMRAS, JOSEPH. The simplified "F" cleff 
musical staff. Lecture. © lc 11—1—46 ;. 
Joseph Ramras, Brooklyn ; C 957. 
RAMSEY, HELEN. With eyes of youth, a 
play in one act by Helen Ramsey and Bertha 
B. Conelly. Minneapolis, Northwestern 
press, c 1946. 20 p. 19 cm. © 10-10-46 \. 
2c 10—13—46 ; Northwestern press, Minne- 
apolis ; D pub. 5348. 
THE RANCHER'S daughter. See Stern, Len. 
RANDALL, ETHEL CLAIRE. 

Decision, a radio play. © lc 5—10—46 ; 
Ethel Claire Randall, Washington ; D unp. 
2999. t 

The kindly heart, a radio play. © le 
5-10-46 ; Ethel Claire Randall, Washing- 
ton ; D unp. 3001. 

The sword of the spirit, a radio play. 
© lc 5-10-46 ; Ethel Claire Randall, Wash- 
ington ; D unp. 3000. 
RANDAU, CARL. The man on the hook. See 

Randau, Leane Zugsmith. 
RANDAU, LEANE ZUGSMITH. The man on 
the hook, a play in three acts by Leane- 
Zugsmith and Carl Randau. © lc 9-13-46 ; 
Leane Zugsmith Randau and Carl Randau, 
New York ; D unp. 4900. 
RANDOM HOUSE, INC. Antigone. See 

Anouilh, Jean. 
A RANGE war and the Cisco Kid. See The 

Cisco Kid. No. 94A. 
THE RANGER and the bull-whip. See The 

Lone Ranger. No. 2080-1305. 
RANKOW, NORMAN. You ... the witness. 

See Havey, Robert W. 
RANSOHOFF, K. MARJORIE. The dust- 
man. See Pen wall, Leo. 
RANSOM for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 

Kid. No. 46A. 
RANSOM of Rabbi Meir. See The eternal 
light. No. 69. 



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HANSON, ERNITA LASCELLES. Borgia, a 
comedy of the domestic life of the Borgias, 
by Ernita Lascelles. In three acts. © lc 
2-11-4G ; Ernita Lascelles Ranson, Beech- 
hurst, N. Y. ; D unp. 674. 

THE RAPE of Lucretia. See Duncan, Ronald. 

RAPHEL, MURRAY STANLEY. Adam had 
it easy. See Simonson, Theodore Wilmer. 

RASMUSSEN, WILFORD. The House of 
Brahmacharananda. See Rasmussen, 

Yvonne. 

RASMUSSEN, YVONNE. The House of 
Brahmacharananda, by Yvonne and Wilford 
Rasmussen. Radio script. © lc 1—13—45 ; 
Wilford J. Rasmussen, San Francisco ; D 
unp. 92916. 

RATH, FREDERICK. Bigger than Barnum, 
a farce in three acts by Fred Rath and Lee 
Sands [pseud.] © i c 3-16-46; Frederick 
Rath and Leon Schachter, New York ; D unp. 
2141. 

RATIONED. See Kaplan, Hyman. 

RATTIGAN, TERENCE. 

While the sun shines, a comedy in three 
acts. New York, French ; [etc.] c 1945. 
98 p. front., plates, diagr. 18% cm. © 
6-11-45 ; 2c 2-6-46 ; Terence Rattigan, 
London : D pub. 589. 

The Winslow boy, a play in four acts. © 
lc 4-11-46 ; Terence Rattigan, London ; D 
unp. 2640. 

THE RAVELLED sleeve. See Boynton, Ethel 
Storr. 

RAVICOVITZ, MURRAY N. Bury the past, a 
drama in three acts and seven scenes. © lc 
1—15—46 ; Murray N. Ravicovitz, Yonkers, 
N. Y. ; D unp. 225. 

RAWLEY, WILLIAM THOMAS. The portrait 
of Christine, a play in three acts. © lc 
6-4-46 ; William Thomas Rawley, Wor- 
cester, Mass. ; D unp. 3393. 

RAYMOND, MARTHA GOULD. 

Don't stop dreaming, a comedy in one 
scene. © lc 7-15-46 ; Martha Gould Ray- 
mond, Anaheim, Calif. ; D unp. 4078. 

Gram, a. play in one act. © lc 2-12-46 ; 
Martha Gould Raymond, Anaheim, Calif. ; 
D unp. 663. 

RAYNOR, ELIZABETH F. As lambs to the 
slaughter, a comedy in three acts- by E. F. 
Raynor. © lc 3-17-46 : Elizabeth F. Ray- 
nor, Marion, Conn. ; D unp. 2168. 

REACH. James. The fires of spring, a comedy 
of youth in three acts. New York, French, 
c 1946. 80 p. diagr. 18% cm. © 11-29-46 ; 
2c 12-18-46 ; Samuel French, New York ; D 
pub. 6684. 

REACH for it. See Cerf, Kurt. Rocket to 
paradise. * ■ 

REACH for tomorrow. See Witten, Leon. 

READ it for yourself. See Caton, Dorothy 
Webber. Special-day plays and flashlight 
fun. 

READE, CHARLES. Peg Woffington, source 
title. See Bongnie, Emile de. Saucy Peg. 

READE, LESLIE. 

Consignment 99, a play in three, acts. © 
lc 5-5-46 ; Leslie Reade, New York ; D unp. 
3132. 

The leaning tower, a play in three acts. © 
lc 7-26^6 ; Leslie Reade, New York ; D unp. 
4291. 

THE REAL Mr. McCov. See Tobias, Jay. 

THE REAL voice of radio. See Jam Handy 
organization, inc. 

A REASONABLE facsimile. See First 
nighter, Mar. 23, 1946. 

REBECCA GRATZ. See The eternal light. 
No. 20. 

REBEL isle. See Myles, Marian Wallace. 

REBER. FRANK B., JR. The locust years, a 
play in three acts. © lc 3-30-46 ; Frank 
B. Reber, jr., New York ; D unp. 3136. 

REBUILDING with better training. See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 



A RECENTLY-DISCOVERED portrait of 
George Washington, believed to have been 
painted by John Trumbull. See Davis, Lil- 
lian Bassett. 

RECEPTION for angels. See Black, Thomas 

F TT 

RECITATION to "Dear diary." See Geier, 
John E. 

RECOGNITION. See Jam Handy organiza- 
tion, inc. 

RECONVERSION. See Rovner, Seymour S. 

RECORD lady program. See Howey, Ella 
Mae. 

RECORD Mecca. See Swineford, John Lester. 

RECRUITS' nightmare. See Levin, Louis. 
My first day in the army. 

RED flannel lads. See Lamb, Eddy. 

RED Goleman. See Gang busters. No. 417. 

THE RED-HAIRED professor. See The Sher- 
iff. No. 103. 

THE RED mitten. See Challenge of the Yu- 
kon. No. 399. 

THE RED thread of blood runs through the 
generations. See Stone, Robert. 

RED wheels. See Murder at midnight. No. 
22. 

REDCOAT. See Smith, Louis. 

REDFERN, JOSEPH WALTER. Becky's cor- 
set ; or, An invitation to the whole regi- 
ment. Book by Ellie Hill ; play in two 
acts, twelve blackout scenes by J. Walter 
Redfern. © lc 10-2-45 ; Ellie Hill Pet- 
tit, New York : D unp. 753. 

REDINGTON, Helen., See Johnson, Helen 
Redington. 

REED, DENA. See Houanec, Dena Reed. 

REED. STAN LEE. The personal affairs 
clinic. Radio script, May 26, 1946. © lc 
7-18-46 ; Stan Lee Reed radio productions, 
Baltimore : D unp. 4244. 

REED (STAN LEE) RADIO PRODUCTIONS. 
The personal affairs clinic. See Reed, Stan 
Lee. 

REESE, HENRY. Carmen. See Houston, 
George. 

REESE, JOHN. Who's kiddin' who? A mu- 
sical play in three acts ; book and lyrics 
by John Rees and William Gammon. Music 
and additional lyrics separately copyrighted 
by William Friml. © lc 7-2-46 ; John 
Reese and William Gammon, Beverly Hills, 
Calif. : D un. 3830. 

REEVES, ZOE. 

Bagging the Kodiak killer. (The sports- 
men's show, no. 4) Radio script. © lc 
11-29-46 ; Zoe Reeves, Chicago ; D unp. 
6332. 

Midnight battle with the shee-fish. (The 
sportsmen's show, no. 1) Radio script. © 
lc 11-29-46 ; Zoe Reeves, Chicago ; D unp. 
6330. 

On the hunt of the mountain lion. (The 
sportsmen's show, no. 2) Radio script. © 
lc 11-29-46 ; Zoe Reeves, Chicago ; D unp. 
6331. 

REFLECTIONS. See Elias, George S. 

THE REFUGEE at the automat. See Sher- 
bowsky, David. 

REGAN, SYLVIA. 

Age of miracles, a new play in three acts. 
© lc 8-16-46 ; Sylvia Regan, New York ; 
D unp. 4551. 

Great to be alive. See Bullock, Walter. 

REGARDS from Elsie. See Blossner, Benja- 
min. 

REGELSON, ABRAHAM. Hakol, kol Yaakov. 
(The voice is the voice of Jacob) A pag- 
eant. 7 leaves. © 12-3-45 ; 2c 12-11-45 ; 
Martin A. North, New York ; D pub. 544. 

THE REGENERATION of Stanley Upjohn. 
See Welles, Ralph Emerson. 

REGUN, PHILIP, pseud. See Unger, David. 

REHABILITATION clinic. See Amodeo, 
Mirinda C. 



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REHEARSAL. See Steinhardt, Jack Leon. 
Curtain call. 

REHEARSAL hall. See Perry, Barbara. 

REICH. ALEXANDER. Tausch. See Sam- 
stag, Erwin. 

REICH, DORE. 

Everything's under control ! A comedy 
in three acts. © lc 2-18-46 ; Dore" Reich, 
Milwaukee ; D unp. 740. 

The goldfish castle, a play in three acts. 
© lc 5—17-46 ; Dore Reich, Milwaukee ; D 
unp. 3148. 

The goldfish castle, a play in three acts. 
© lc 7-9-46 ; Dore Reich, Milwaukee ; new 
matter : revised version ; D unp. 3929. 

Pioneers ; an interlude, book, lyrics, and 
music. To be added to Wisconsin in revue, 
by the same author, copyrighted 1946, D 
unp. 1088. Text and music on separate 
leaves. © lc 9-18-46 ; Dore Reich, Mil- 
waukee : D unp. 1094. 

Tintype, a play in one scene. © lc 5—27— 
46 : Dore Reich, Milwaukee ; D unp. 3303. 
Wisconsin in revue, a dramatico-musical 
composition in six scenes. Text and music 
on separate leaves. © lc 8—19—46 ; Dore" 
Reich, Milwaukee ; D unp. 1088. 

Wisconsin in revue. Additional book, 
lyrics, music. In two parts. © lc 12—26— 
46 : Dore Reich, Milwaukee ; new matter : 
revisions : D unp. 1142. 

REICH, RICHARD. Virtuous lady. See 
Houk, Robert Van Aken. 

REICH, SANDOR. See Reich, Alexander. 

REID, HAL. These are your children. See 
Heller. Irving. 

REID. REIDY. Pick a hit, a musical quiz 
audition script. © lc 8-27-46 ; Reidy Reid, 
New York : C 652. 

REID, ROBERT INGRAM. The adorable 
slave, the adventures of Rahmus in Egypt; 
a tragedy in six acts adapted for screen and 
radio. © lc 10-20-46 ; Robert Ingram Reid, 
New York ; D unp. 5574, x 

REIDER, DAVID. Teeth on edge, a one-act 
play. © lc 5-19-46 ; David Reider, Long 
Island City, N. Y. ; D imp. 3178. 

REIGN of Belshazzar. See General mills, inc. 

REGNIER, FABIEN, pseud. See Frachat, 
Fabien. 

REIMER, FRANCES. 

The Jersey jamboree, a musical play in 
two acts. Book and lyrics only. © lc 
5-28-46; Frances Reimer (Mrs. Leroy 
Reimer), Woodside, N. Y. ; D unp. 3308. 

The old maid misbehaves, a comedy in 
three acts. © lc 10-28-46 ; Frances Reimer, 
Woodside, N. Y. ; D unp. 5710. 

REIMER, MRS. LEROY. See Reimer, Frances. 

REINES, BERNARD. 

The old Fall river line, a radio play. 
(Cavalcade of America, Sept. 23, 1946) 
© lc 11-26-46 ; E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
co., Wilmington, Del. ; D unp. 6221. 

Star in the West, a radio play. (Caval- 
cade of America, Feb. 25, 1946) © lc* 
6-11-46 ; E. I. du Pont de Nemours & co., 
Wilmington, Del. ; D unp. 3507. 

REINHERZ, LEONA GOSMAN. Broadway 
opening, a comedy in three acts by Lee 
Bertram [pseud.] and Myra Chipman. © lc 
3-27-46, Leona Gosman Reinherz (Lee 
Bertram, pseud. ) and Nettie Myra Chipman, 
Boston ; new matter : revision ; D unp. 2264. 
Prev. reg. 3-5-45 ; D unp. 92621. 

REISEWITZ, ELLEN ANNA. 

The babes in the wood, from an old fairy 
tale. Radio script. © lc 9-30-46 ; Ellen 
Anna Reisewitz, Oakland, Calif. ; D unp. 
5157. . 

The Chimaera, based on Hawthorne's 
story of the same title. Radio script. © lc 



2-5-46 ; Ellen Reisewitz, Oakland, Calif. ; 
D unp. 541. 

Fairy gifts, radio script adapted from 
the story by the Comte de Caylus of the 
same title. © lc 9-30-46 ; Ellen Anna 
Reisewitz, Oakland, Calif. ; D unp. 5155. 

The fairy who judged her neighbors, 
radio script adapted from the story by 
Jean Ingelow. © lc 11-29-46 ; Ellen Anna 
Reisewitz, San Leandro, Calif. ; D unp. 
6328. 

The golden valley. Radio script. © lc 
12-5-45 ; Ellen Anna Reisewitz, Oakland, 

. Calif. ; D unp. 542. 

Sleepy Town, Radio script. © lc 9-30- 
46 ; Ellen Anna Reisewitz, Oakland, Calif. ; 
D unp. 5156. 

Sour and civil, adapted from the story by 
Frances Browne. Radio script. © lc 6—11— 
46 ; Ellen Anna Reisewitz, Oakland, Calif. ; 
D unp. 3514. 

The story of Childe Charity, radio script 
adapted from story of same title by Frahces- 
Browne, in book entitled Granny's wonder- 
ful chair. © lc 4-9-46, Ellen Anna Reise- 
witz, Oakland, Calif. ; D unp. 2507. 

The three golden apples, radio script based 
on the story by Hawthorne. © lc 4-9-46 ; 
Ellen Anna Reisewitz, Oakland, Calif. ; D 
unp. 2543. 

REISLAND, CALVIN M. Jelly donuts, a 
farce-comedy in three acts. © lc 12-16-46 ; 
Calvin M. Reisland, Pasadena, Calif. ; D 
unp. 6660. 

REISS (KURT) A. G. -See Theaterverlag 
Reiss, a. g. 

REISS (KURT) THEATERVERLAG, A. G. 
See Theaterverlag Reiss, a. g. 

REISS (KURT) VERLAG. See Theaterverlag 
Reiss, a. g. 

REISS, SAMUEL. Preferably thine, a comedy 
in three acts. © lc 5-14-46, Samuel Reiss,. 
Cleveland ; D unp. 3094. 

RELATIVELY speaking. See Ditwiler, D. 
de V. 

RELIABLE refrigeration. See Wilding pic- 
ture productions, inc. 

THE RELUCTANT virgin. See Valency, 
Maurice. 

THE REMARKABLE adventures of Deuteron- 
omy Katz. See The eternal light. No. 83. 

REMARKABLE BABY. See Kirkpatrick, 
John. 

REMEMBER always. See Lennon, Betty Ann 
Barber. 

REMEMBER the ladies. See Williams, Carola 
Bell. Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell. 

REMEMBER the Sabbath. See De Roo, 
Edward John. 

REMEMBERED day. See Sachs, John H. 

REMINGTON, FREDERIC. See American 
films corporation. Two loves have I. 

A RENDEZVOUS with a star. See Sherman, 
Alice Ella. 

RENDEZVOUS with destiny. See Greenberg, 
Emanuel Martin. 

RENKER, GUSTAV. 

Kraftwerk sankt aegyd, schauspiel aus 
unseren tagen in vier akten. © lc 10—12— 
46 ; Kurt Reiss, theaterverlag, a. g., Basel, 
Switzerland ; D unp. 5339. 

Zweimal um mitternacht, kriminalstiick 
in drei akten. © lc 10-19-46 ; Theaterver- 
lag Reiss, a. g., Basel, Switzerland ; D unp. 
5539. 

RENNERT, AARON EPHRA1M. Paul Revere. 
(Americans to remember, no. 2) Radio- 
script. © lc 10-17-46 ; Aaron E. Rennert, 
New York ; D unp. 5511. 

RENO ! See Stauffer, William Aubrey. 

REOLA, pseud. See Harrison, Irma Fish. 

THE REPLACEMENT market. See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 

REPORT to the ladies. See Marvin, Julie. 



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REPORT TO THE NATION. (Radio pro- 
gram.) Scripts in this series are by Bill 
Slocum, jr. and Margaret Miller, employees 
for hire of Columbia broadcasting system 
inc. © Columbia broadcasting system, inc. 
New York. 

July 29, 1945. © 8-13-45 ; lc 8-30-45 
lc 12-27-45 : D pub. 32. 

Aug. 5, 1945. © 8-5-45 ; lc 8-30-45 
lc 12-27-45 : D pub. 33. 

Aug. 26,- 1945^. © 9-10-45 ; 2c 4-27-46 
D pub. 2809. 

Sept. 2, 1945. © 9-10-45 ; 2c 4-27-46 
1 D pub. 2810. 

Sept. 9. 1945. © 9-11-45 ; 2c 4-27-46 
D pub. 2811. 

Sept. 15, 1945. © 9-20-45 ; 2c 4-27-46 
D pub. 2812. 

Sept. 22, 1945. © 10-2-45 ; 2c 4-27-46 
D pub. 2813. 

Sept. 29. 1945. © 10-3-45 ; 2c 5-9-45 
D pub. 2962. 

Oct. 6. 1945. © 10-29-45 ; 2c 4-27-46 
D pub. 2814. 

Oct. 13, 1945. © 10-29-45 ; 2c 4-27-46 
"D pub. 2815. 

Oct. 20. 1945. © 10-29-45 ; 2c 4-27-46 
D pub. 2816. 

Oct. 27, 1945. © 11-12-45 ; 2c 5-9-46 
D pub. 2957. 

Nov. 3. 1945. © 11-3-45 ; 2c 4-27-46 
D pub. 3880. 

Nov. 10, 1945. © 12-4-45 ; 2c 5-9-46 
D pub. 2958. 

Nov. 17. 1945. © 12-7-45; 2c 5-9-46 
D pnb. 2959. 

Nov. 24, 1945. © 12-11-45 ; 2c 4-27-46 
D pub. 2817. 

Dec. 1, 1945. © 1-11-46 ; 2c 5-9-46 
D nub. 2960. 

Dec. 8. 1945. © 1-11-46 ; 2c 5-9-46 
D pub. 2961. 
REPRIEVE from matrimony. See Carrol 

Pauline. 
REPTILE fortune forecaster. See Vitale 

Albert Mavnard. 
REQTJE, FLORENCE GAIL. Smith's castle, a 
three act play. © lc 2-27—46 : Florence 
Gail Reque, Duluth ; D unp. 866. 
REQUIEM for a hero. See Dr. Christian. 

No. 376. 
A RESCUE for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 

Kid. No. 42A. 
RESEARCH. See Schrock, Margaret. 
RESIDENTIAL sales training course. For 
recording scripts in this series. See Voca- 
film corporation. 
RESISTANCE. See Gilner, Elias. 
RESISTANCE to infectious disease. See 

Heidelherger. Michael. 
RESSLER, HARRY C. When were you born? 
Were you ever married? Idea and script 
the collective efforts of Harrv C. Ressler, 
Angelo P. Genova and Arthur Wilson. Ra- 
dio script. © lc 3-12-46 ; Harry C. Ress- 
ler, Brooklyn ; D unp. 2014. 

RETAIL merchandising. See Schrock, Mar- 
garet. 

RETIRED. See Himmell, Samuel S. The 
retired merchant. 

THE RETIRED merchant. See Himmell, 
Samuel S. 

RETROGRAD. See Silver, Nathan Martin. 

THE RETURN. See Fergusson, Frances 
Penelope. 

RETURN at night. See Anthony, Joseph. 

RETURN heroes. See Endicott. Paul. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (Radio 
program) Scripts in this series © Street 
and Smith publications, inc., New York. 

Dec. 23, 1945. The case of the educated 
corpse, by Alfred Bester. © lc 1—4-46 ; 
D unp. 51. 

Dec. 30, 1945. The case of Shakespeare's 
ghost, by Stanley Kauffman. © lc 1-12- 



46 ; D unp. 193. 

Jan. 6, 1946. The case of the wandering 
corpse, by Stanley Kauffman. © lc 1-12- 
46 ; D unp. 194. 

Jan. 13, 1946. The case of Jezebel's 
iewels, by Alfred Bester. © lc 1-16-46 ; 
D unp. 227. 

Jan. 20, 1946. The case of the murdered 
teacup, bv Alfred Bester. © lc 1-30-46 ; 
D unp. 529. 

Jan. 27, 1946. The bodv in the ice. by 
Alfred Bester. © lc 2-26-46 : D unp. 853. 

Feb. 3, 1946. The corpse wore medals, 
by Alfred Bester. © lc 2-8-46 ; D unp. 591. 

Feb. 10, 1946. The case of the blue paper 
heart, bv Alfred Bester. © lc 2-26-46 ; 
D unp. 854. 

Feb. 17, 1946. The case of the unin- 
vited client, bv Alfred Bester. © lc 2-26- 
46 ; D. unp. 855. 

Feb. 24, 1946. The witness saw nothing, 
by Alfred Bester. © 1 2-27-46 ; D unp. 
874. 

Mar. 5, 1946. The case of the dead wit- 
nesses, bv Jock MacGregor. © lc 3-12-46 ; 
D unp. 2199. 

Mar. 12. 1946. The case of the dead 
man's giggle, by Stanley Kauffman. © lc 
3-14-46 : D unp. 2200. 

Mar. 19, 1946. The case of the circus 
killer, by Jock MacGregor. © lc 3-21-46 ; 
D unp. 2352. 

Mar. 26, 1946. The case of the remodeled 
killer, bv Frank Kane. © lc 3-29-46 ; D 
unp. 2355. 

Apr. 2, 1946. Eight records of death, by 
Jock MacGregor. © lc 4-2-46 ; D unp. 
2354. 

Apr. 9, i946. The case of the disappear- 
ing corpse, by Jock MacGregor. © lc 4- 
11-46 ; D unp. 2641. 

Apr. 16, 1946. Nine hours to live, by 
Barth Conry. © lc 4-18-46 : D unp. 2709. 

Apr. 23, 1946. The case of the little old 
ladies, bv Jock MacGregor. © lc 4-25-46 ; 
D unp. 2791. 

Apr. 30, 1946. The case of the wrong 
clue, by Jock MacGregor. © lc 5-3-46 ; 
D unp. 2893. 

May 7, 1946. The case of the boss's sec- 
retary, by Jock MacGregor. © lc 5—10—46 ; 
D unp. 3275. 

May 14, 1946. Dead men break no bones, 
by Jock MacGregor and Peggy Mayer. © 
lc 5-28-46 : D unp. 3474. 

May 21, 1946. The case of the poker 
murders^ bv Max Ehrlich. © lc 5-28-46 ; 
D unp. 3619. 

May 28, 1946. The case of the demented 
daughter, by Jock MacGregor and Peggy 
Mayer. © lc 6-14-46 ; D unp. 3807. 

June 4, 1946. The case of the dictaphone 
murder, by Jock MacGregor and Peggy 
Mayer. © lc 6-14-46 ; D unp. 3806. 

June 11, 1946. The case of the clumsy 
forgeries, by Jock MacGregor. © lc 6-19— 
46 : D unp. 3808. 

June 18, 1946. The case of the make- 
believe robbery, by Jock MacGregor and 
Peggy Mayer. © lc 6-27-46 ; D unp. 3901. 

June 25, 1946. The case of the missing 
alarm clock, by Jock MacGregor and Peggy 
Mayer. © lc 6-27-46 ; D unp. 3900. 

July 2, 1946. The case of the unwilling 
criminal, by Jock MacGregor. © lc 7-9- 
46 ; D unp. 3978. 

July 9, 1946. The case of the black key, 
by Jock MacGregor and Peggy Mayer. © 
lc 7-11-46 ; D unp. 4137. 

July 16, 1946. The case of the beautiful 
brunette, by Jock MacGregor and Peggy 
Mayer. © lc 7-19-46 ; D unp. 4187. 

July 23, 1946. Death after dinnei% by 
Jock MacGregor and Peggy Mayer. © lc 
8-1-46 ; D unp. 4421. 



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July 30, 1946. The case of the double 
double-cross by Jock MacGregor and Peggy 
Mayer. © lc 8-1-46 ; D unp. 4422. 

Aug. 6, 1946. The case of the diplomat 
diamond, by Max Ehrlich. © lc 8-8-46 ; 
D unp. 4S16. 

Aug. 13, 1946. The case of the immi- 
grant girl, by Jock MacGregor and Peggy 
Mayer. © lc 8-22-46 ; D unp. 4777. 

Aug. 18, 1946. The case of the useless 
shots, by Jack Herman. © lc S-22-46 ; D 
unp. 4778. 

Aug. 25, 1946. The case of the extra hus- 
bands, by Peggy L. Mayer. © lc 9-9-46 ; 
D unp. 4983. 

Sept. 1. 1946. The case of the Red Goose 
murder, by Jock MacGregor. © lc 9-9- 
46 : D unp. 4984. 

Sept. 8, 1946. The case of the vanishing 
Indian, by Max Ehrlich. © lc 10-23-46 ; 
D unp. 5629. 

Sept. 15, 1946. The case of the blue 
mink, by Jock MacGregor and Peggy Mayer. 
<g> lc 10-23-46 ; D unp. 5630. 

Sept. 22, 1946. The ease of the dis- 
guised identity, by Jock MacGregor and 
Peggy Mayer. © lc 10-23-46 ; D unp. 5631. 

Sept. 29, 1946. The case of the studious 
professor, by Jock MacGregor and Peggy 
Mayer. © lc 10-23-46 : D unp. 5632. 

Oct. 6. 1946. The ease of the asphyxiated 
■cat. by Jock MacGregor and Peggy L. Mayer. 
© lc 10-23-46 ; D unp. 5633. 

Oct. 13, 1946. The case of the supervised 
robberies by Jock MacGregor. © lc 10-23— 
46 : D unp. 5634. 

Oct. 20, 1946. The case of the reformed 
redhead, by Jock MacGregor and Peggy 
Mayer. © lc 10-23-46 ; D unp. 5635. 

Oct. 27, 1946. The case of the mutilated 
match book, by Jock MacGregor and Peggy 
L. Mayer. © lc 11-15-46 : D unp. 6027. 

Nov. 3. 1946. The case of the insufficient 
bank account, by Jock MacGregor and Peggv 
Mayer. © lc 11-15-46 ; D unp. 6207. 

Nov. 10. 1946. The case of the stock 
exchange murder, by Peggv L. Mayer. © 
lc 11-15-46 ; D unp. 6208. 

Nov. 17, 1946. The case of the extra 
confession, by Jock MacGregor. © lc 12- 
10-46 ; D unp. 6490. 

Nov. 24, 1946. The case of the emerald 
murders, by Jock MacGregor and Peggy 
Mayer. © lc 12-10-46 ; D unp. 6491. 

Dec. 1, 1946. The case of the restless 
saint, by Max Ehrlich. © lc 12-10-46 ; 
D unp. 6492. 

Dec. 8, 1946. The case of the Persian 
dagger, by Jock MacGregor. © lc 12-10- 
46 ; D unp. 6493. 
THE RETURN of Pete Hunt. See Challenge 

of the Yukon. No. 425. 
THE RETURN of Rip Van Winkle. See Roff- 

man, Maurice. 
THE RETURN of the fatted calf. See Welles, 
Ralph Emerson. The regeneration of Stan- 
ley Upjohn. 

RETURN of the valiant. See Veterans of vic- 
tory. No. 2. 

RETURN to Bethlehem. See Meredith, Isaac 
Hickman. 

RETURN to salesmanship. See Wilding pic- 
ture productions, inc. 

REUNION. See 

Barbee, Lindsey. 
Holczer, Irving D. 

REUTER. EDWARD LOUIS ALBERT OTTO. 
The damnation of the dictator, a fantastic 
satire, in six scenes, by Gordon Masters 
[pseud.] © lc 8-4-46; Edward Louis 
Albert Otto Reuter, Sheboygan, Wis. ; D unp. 
4374. 

REUTTI, WILLIAM. No time for trouble. 
See Frontman, Richard. 



REVENGE for Melakim. See The Green Hor- 
net. No. 760. 

REVOLT. See Furber, Douglas. My longest 
runs and greatest successes. 

REVOLT against the machine. See Schon- 
hard, Rose. 

THE REVOLT of the alphabet. See Byrne, 
John Joseph. 

REWARD. See Esau, John William. The dis- 
appearance of the million-dollar stevedore. 

A REWARD for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 
Kid. No. 37A. 

REX. See Challenge of the Yukon. No. 427. 

REYNOLDS. ALICE P. Miss Tiverton writes 
another play ; or, The little white mouse. A 
comedy in four acts. © lc 10-13-46 ; Alice 
P. Revnolds, New York ; D unp. 5344. 

REYNOLDS, JOHN B. The haunted barn, a 
play for boys in" one act and one scene. 
London, French [1945] 27 p. diagr. 18% 
cm. (French's plays for boys) © 12-31- 
45 ; lc 7-12-46 ; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don : D pub. 4045. 

REYNOLDS. JOSEPH MAYNARD. Kilroy is 
back, a musical comedy in three acts; book 
and libretto by Joseph M. Reynolds ; lyrics 
by R. B. Gholson, Gene Holtzman, Joseph 
M. Reynolds, and Harry Fadem ; music by 
R. B. Gholson and Joseph M. Reynolds. 
35 num. leaves. 29 cm. ' Music for songs 
laid in. © 7-23-46 ; 2c 8-19-46 ; Joseph 
Maynard Reynolds. St. Louis ; D pub. 1109. 

REYNOLDS, RICHARD J. 

Canvas Kelly meets Aloysius Updike, by 
Richard J. Reynolds and William Morton. 
(Canvas Kelly series, episode I) Radio 
script. © lc 7-31-46 ; Richard J. Reynolds 
and William Morton, Providence ; D unp. 
4346. 

Canvas Kelly meets Horizontal Harrigan, 
by Richard J. Reynolds and William Morton. 
(Canvas Kelly series, episode II) Radio 
script. © lc 7-31-46 ; Richard J. Reynolds 
and William Morton, Providence ; D unp. 
4347. 

REYNOLDS, VIVIAN G. Teen-agers name' it 
hobby show, 13 to 19 years inclusive. © lc 
12-12-46 ; Vivian G. Reynolds, Wichita, 
Kans ■ C 983 

REYNOLDS penmaster quiz, no. 12. See 
Storey, H. Carlton. 

RHIES, HELEN. Stranger from Madrid, 
musical play in two acts, four scenes. Text 
only. © lc 3-12-46 ; Helen Rhies, North 
Pelham, N. Y. ; D unp. 2022. 

RHODES, CARL. Our superiors, a play in 
four acts. © lc 1-4-46 ; Carl Rhodes, St. 
Louis ; D unp. 61. 

RICE, CARL. She's from the country. See 
Weil, Robert Edward. 

RICE, CRAIG. The gallows tree, a play in 
three acts by Craig Rice and Seymour B. 
Robinson. © lc 8-27-46 ; Craig Rice and 
Seymour B. Robinson, Los Angeles ; D unp. 
4716. 

RICE, ELMER L. 

Dream girl, a comedy in two acts. New 
York, Coward-McCann [1946] © 7-8-46; 
2c 7-9-46 ; Elmer Rice, Stamford, Conn. ; 
D pub. 4153. 

Street scene, a dramatic musical in two 
acts, based upon the play of the same name 
by Elmer Rice. Music by Kurt Weill, book 
bv Elmer Rice, lyrics by Langston Hughes 
and Elmer Rice. Text only. © lc 11-22-46 ; 
Elmer Rice and Langston Hughes, Stam- 
ford, Conn. ; D unp. 6104. 

RICE. RICHARD ASHLEY, JR. Succotash 
Valley, a three act comedy farce. © lc 
9-23-46 ; Richard Ashley Rice, jr., North- 
ampton, Mass. ; D unp. 5021. 

RICE'S HI-TEEN BOARD. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Nancy Dillon, 
pseud. © Anna Elizabeth Dillon, Washing- 
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RICE'S HI-TEEN BOARD — Continued. 

1946. Scripts 1—8 have title Rice's teen- 
age board. 

1. Should a teen-ager choose her own 
clothes? © lc 3-11-46 ; C 257 

2. What makes a boy popular with girls? 
© lc 6-19-46 ; C 494. 

4. What is the teen-agers' idea of a good 
time? © lc 6-19-46; C 495. 

5. Why can't girls get along with girls? 
© lc 6-19-46 ; C 496. 

6. Should parents influence their children 
in the selection of a career? © lc 4-6-46 ; 
C 343. 

7. Easter around the world. © lc 6-19- 
46 ; C 497. 

8. © lc 4-26-46 ; C 385. 

10. How do today's teen-agers compare 
with teen-agers of 25 years ago? © lc 
5-8-46 : C 407. 

11. Do girls prefer the caveman type? 
© lc 6-19-46 ; C 498. 

12. Do you have to be beautiful to be 
charming? © lc 6-19-46: C 499. 

13. What is your ambition? © lc 6-19- 
46 : C 500. 

14. How to get a job. © lc 6-26-46 ; C 
528. 

15. Who is boss, Dad? © lc 6-19-46; 
C 501. 

16. Should teen-agers be seen and not 
heard? © lc 6-19-46; C 493. 

17. Teen-agers, get in the swim. © lc 
6-26-46 ; C 529. 

18. Is jive here to stay? © lc 7-2-46; 
C 543. 

19. How to keep your job. © lc 7-12-46 ; 
C 580. 

19. How to keep your job. © lc 9-6-46 ; 
C 664. (Duplicate) 

20. Can a girl in her teens fall in love? 
© lc 9-0-46 ; C 665. 

21. Telephone personality. © lc 9-6—46 ; 
C 666. 

22. How do first dates compare with later 
dates? © lc 9-6-46; C 667. 

23. Does absence make the heart grow 
fonder? © lc 9-6-46; C 668. 

24. Should teen-agers vote? © lc 9-6-46 ; 
C 669. 

25. Embarrassing moments. © lc 9-6- 
46 : C 670. 

26. Why return to school? © lc 9-6-46 ; 
C 671. 

27. When should a teen-ager get a driver's 
license? © lc 9-6-46; C 672. 

RICE'S teen-age board. See Rice's hi-teen 
board. 

RICH girl, poor girl. See Pearle, Goodman. ' 

RICH port, source title. See Shore, Joseph. 
Colony. 

RICHARDS, ALFRED NEWTON. Medical re- 
search during the war. New York Phil- 
harmonie-symphonv intermission feature. 
Broadcast Jan. 20, 1946. © lc 2-8-46 ; 
United States rubber co., New York : C 323. 

RICHARDS, HARRIET. A few easy lessons, 
a comedy in three acts bv Harriet Richards 
and Karyl Felix. © lc 6-14-46 ; Harriet 
Richards and Karyl Felix. New York ; D unp. 
3603. 

RICHARDS, JOHN. The grass I love. See 
Edwards. Jonathan. 

RICHARDS, LEX. The grass is greener, a 
musical revue in fourteen scenes. Text and 
music on separate leaves. © lc music 
10-9-46 ; lc text 10-4-46 ; Lex Richards, 
New York ; D unp. 1119. 

RICHARDS, ROWENA. Ah, senorita. See 
Miller, Carolyn. 

RICHARDS, STANLEY. 

Mood piece, a play in one act. © lc 
7-10-46 ; Stanley Richards, North Holly- 
wood, Calif. ; D unp. 4410. 

Parting is such sweet sorrow, a comedy 



in one act. © lc 5-2-46 ; Stanley Richards, 
Brooklyn ; D unp. 2939. 

RICHARDSON, E. C. Curtain up, some 
sketches by E. C. Richardson and H. Lu 
Wright. London, French, 1945. 46 p. 2134 
cm. (French's acting edition.) Some of the 
sketches were specially written for broad- 
casting in "Happidrome," and have been 
slightly adapted to meet requirements of 
the stage. © 12-31^5 ; lc 7-16-46 ; Sam- 
uel French, ltd., London ; D pub. 4073. 

RICHARDSON, HAL AINSLIE. The hand 
that rocks, a comedy in three acts. © lc 
9-26-46 ; Hal Ainslie Richardson, Los An- 
geles ; D unp. 5101. 

RICHARDSON, HOWARD. Just imagine, a 
musical comedy in two acts by Howard 
Richardson and William Berney. Text only. 
© lc 11-16-45 ; Howard Richardson and 
William Berney, New York ; D unp. 62. 

RICHARDSON, VIRGIL J. The Higgina 
touch, a play in one act. © lc 8-7-46 ; 
Virgil J. Richardson, New York ; D unp. 
4813. 

RICHFIELD OIL CORPORATION. 

Going your way. See Jam Handy or- 
ganization, inc. 

Tell 'em to sell 'em. See Jam Handy 
organization, inc. 

Your lucky 'leven. See Jam Handy organ- 
ization, inc. 

RICHMOND, GRANT, pseud. Let's go to the 
auction, a play in three acts. © lc 1-9-46 - 
Ulysses Eddy Walden, Schenectady, N. Y. ;. 
D unp. 120. 

RICHMOND, SUSAN. Treasure island, a play 
in six scenes ; Robert Louis Stevenson's 
novel adapted for the stage by Susan Rich- 
mond. London, H. F. W. Deane & sons, the 
Year book press ltd. ; Boston, Baker inter- 
national play bureau [1946] 44 p. diagrs.. 
21 cm. ("Special play" series) © 3-21-46 ; 
lc 4—17—16 ; Susan Richmond, London, I> 
pub. 2769. 

RICHTER, CHARLES DE. Mon phoque et 
elle, source title. See Allvine, Glendon. My 
seal and my girl. 

DIE RICHTIGE. See Fulda, Ludwig. 

RICHTON, ADDY. The heart is wide, a play 
in three acts by Addy Richton and Lynn 
Stone. © lc 11-22-46 ; Addy Richton and 
Lynn Stone, New York ; D unp. 6094. 

RICKETT, EDMOND W. 

Camila's coach. See Merimee, Prosper. 
A door must be open or shut. See Musset, 
Alfred de. 

You can't think of everything. See Mus- 
set, Alfred de. 

RICKMIRE, ARA P. The causes and effects 
of strikes and settlement of labor disputes. 
Address. © lc 12-24-46 ; Ara P. Rickmire, 
Minneapolis ; C 1013. 

RICOS, MILDRED. H pistis kanei thaumata. 

(The miracle in belief) 83 leaves. Greek 

and English vocabulary p. 79-83. © 7-3-46 ; 

2c 7-17-46; Mildred Ricos, Indianapolis; 

D pub. 4649. 

RIDDLE. JAMES E. Spin the world, a drama 
by James Riddle and Pat Olmsted. Radio 
script. © lc 8-22-46 ; Patricia Mallinson 
Olmsted, New York ; D unp. 4664. 

RIDE a cock horse. See Simcoe, Stanley. 

THE RIDE of hope. See Leuthreau. Andre. 

RIDERS of the Gabilans. See Nicholson, 
Anne. 

RIDGEWAY, AGNES I. The Canton cup, a 
play in three acts. © lc 12-23-46 : Agnes 
I. Ridgwav, Rockville Centre, N. Y. : D unp. 
66 ~ 7. 

RIEBLING, RICHARD. The weaver's shuttle. 
See Jordan, Elizabeth. 

RIECK. MILTON ABNER. Monday through 
Friday, a new comedy in three acts. © l'c- 
11-15-46 ; Milton A. Rieck, New York ; D» 
unp. 5967. 



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RIEGNER, HENRY GEORGE. Julie, a musi- 
cal play in three acts. Original stage play 
by Henry G. Riegner, collaboration by Ruth 
Herman, music by Eugene Cines, lyrics by 
H. G. Riegner. Text only. © lc 5-8-46 ; 
Henry George Riegner, Brooklyn ; new mat- 
ter : abridgement and modernization ; D 
unp. 3S99. Prev. reg. Comin' home, 12-11- 
44, D unp. 91753 ; Comin' home ; or, Julie, 
9-21-45 ; D unp. 95177. 
THE RIFT of dawn. See Pevzner, William. 
RIGGS. KATHARINE. Jack and the bean- 
stalk, a dramatic adaptation. 6 leaves. © 
lc S-31-46 ; Katharine Riggs, New York ; 
D unp. 4980. 
BIGGS. ORVILLE. 

The case of Carol Arthur. See Smith, 
Benjamin Vernon. 

The case of Earl Hawk. See Smith, Ben- 
jamin Vernon. 

The case of Niva Anderson. See Sinn*-, 
Benjamin Vernon. 
THE RIGHT OF WAY. See The Lone Ranger. 

No. 2107-1332. 
RIGHT? RIGHT! See Owen, Delos. 
THE RIGHT to forget. See Flescher, Joachim. 
THE RIGHT TO HAPPINESS. (Radio pro- 
gram ) Episodes in this series are by John 
M. Young. © Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

1601. Broadcast Dec. 10, 1945. © lc 
1-20-46 ; D unp. 285. 

1622. Broadcast Jan. 8, 1946. © lc 
2-8-46 ; D unp. 621. 

1650. Broadcast Feb. 15, 1946. © lc 
:3-10-46 : D unp. 990. 

1672. Broadcast Mar. 19, 1946. © lc 
4-3-46 ; D unp. 2314. 

1686. Broadcast Apr. 8, 1946. © lc 
^-26-46 ; D unp. 3298. 

1715. Broadcast May 17, 1946. © lc 
-6-18-46 ; D unp. 3670. 

1740. Broadcast June 21, 1946. © lc 
7-11-46 ; D unp. 3993. 

1760. Broadcast July 19, 1946. © lc 
8-4-46 ; D unp. 4439. 

1788. Broadcast Aug. 28, 1946. © lc 
'9-19-46 ; D unp. 4938. 

1797. Broadcast Sept. 10, 1946. © lc 
10-15-46 ; D unp. 5412. 

1825. Broadcast Oct. 18, 1946. © lc 
11-4-16 : D unp. 6032. 

1846. Broadcast Nov. 18, 1946. © lc 
12-3-46 ; D unp. 6390. 
THE RIGHT to love. See Cory, George C, jr. 
RIGNEY, EDWARD ANTHONY. Behold your 
King, by E. A. Rigney. [Wilmington, N. C. 
1946] 28 p. illus. 25% cm. © 1-24-46 ; 
2c 1-25-46 ; Edward Anthony Rigney, Lake 
Forest, N. C. ; D pub. 391. 
RILEY, ARLEN. It really happened, a radio 
script adapted by Arlen Riley. © lc 11-10- 
46 : Arlen Riley, New York ; D unp. 5906. 
RILEY, EDGAR R. A pig goes to Broadway, a 
play in three acts. © lc 4—9-46 ; Edgar R. 
Riley, Los Angeles ; D unp. 2529. 
RILEY. HENRY THOMAS. The merchant ; or, 

Who's whose? See Wilmurt, Arthur. 
RIMMER, LOTTI. Precious legacy, a screen 
play. © lc 11-25-46 ; Lotti Rimmer, 
Toronto : D unp. 6334. 
RIMSKI-KORSAKOV, Andrei Nikolaevich. 
Sadko, by Rimsky-Korsakoff ; English ver- 
sion in seven acts by Tatiana Balkoff 
Drowne, based on the composer's text. Text 
only. © lc 4-16-46, Tatiana Balkoff 
Drowne, New York ; D unp. 2768. 
RINAKER, MARJORIE M. Marriage clinic. 
Radio script no. 1, Aug. 8, 1946. © lc 
9—11-46 : Marjorie M. Rinaker, Lake Forest, 
111. : C 763. 
THE RING. See Sherak, Bernard. 
RING twice tonight. See Mander, Miles. 
RIOLADO, pseud. See Porter, William 
Everett. 



RIOPEL, JULIEN A. Radio anniversaire 

jeunesse. Radio script. Application title : 

Radio youth birthday party. © lc 1-31-46 ; 

Julien Riopel, Montreal; D unp. 769. 
RIOT in Brooklyn. See Gosta, Jan Marcel. 
RIP A'an Broadway. See Smith, Paul Gerard. 
RIP Van Winkle. See 
Morgan, Alvin. 

Popular science publishing company, inc. 
RIPE watermelons. See Johnston, Leonora. 
RISING, ALICE. Wine without bread, a play 

in three acts by Alice and Lawrence Rising. 

© lc 5—9—46 ; Alice and Lawrence Rising, 

New York ; D unp. 2982. 
RISING, BETTY. Triumphant journey, a play 

in three acts by Betty Rising and Robert N. 

Jeffrey. © lc 11-3-46 ; Betty Rising and 

Robert N. Jeffrey, St. Paul ; D unp. 5822. 
RISING. LAWRENCE. Wine without bread. 

See Rising. Alice. 
THE RISING destitute of humanity. See 

Gruwer, Morris. 
RITCHIE, CARL. A date with the future. 

See Power, Joe. 
RITTENHOUSE, MIGNON. See Woodman- 
see. Mignon Rittenhouse. 
RITTER COMPANY, INC. Planning for 

dental leadership. See Jam Handy organ- 
ization, inc. 
THE RITUAL. See Loyal order of Bisons, inc. 
THE RIVALS. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

No. 424. 
RIVAS, DAGOBERTO. Ode to madness; or, 

Life is worth living. An ultra modernistic 

farce in three acts. © lc 4—27—46 ; Dag- 

oberto Rivas, Sinaloa, Mexico ; D unp. 5523. 
THE RIVER and the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 

Kid. No. 106A. 
A RIVER bed for the Cisco Kid. See The 

Cisco Kid. No. 53A. 
RIVER Bend, D. C. See Dana, Richard, An- 
derson. 
THE RIVER between. See Ducro, Edna Evan- 
geline. 
RIVERBOAT. See Fog, F. Herbert. 
ROACH, CLARENCE MICHAEL. The cat 

cup, a half hour radio play. © lc 7-16—46 ; 

Clarence Michael Roach, Takoma Park ; 

D. C. ; D unp. 4077. 
ROAD, EVELYN. See Harcleroad, Grace 

Evelyn. 
ROAD OF LIFE. (Radio program) Episodes 

in this series are by Howard Teichmann. 

© Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

2158. Broadcast Dec. 20, 1945. © lc 

1-20-46 : D unp. 283. 

2177. Broadcast Jan. 16, 1946. © lc 

2-8-46 : D unp. 619. 

2203. Broadcast Feb. 21, 1946. © lc 

3-10-46 ; D unp. 993. 

2213. Broadcast Mar. 7, 1946. © lc 

4-3-46 ; D unp. 2312. 

2242. Broadcast Aor. 17, 1946. © lc 

5-26-46 : D unp. 3297. 

2267. Broadcast May 22, 1946. © lc 

6-18-46 ; D unp. 3674. 

2283. Broadcast June 13, 1946. © lc 

7-11-46 : D unp. 3994. 

2302. Broadcast July 10, 1946. © lc 

8-4-46 ; D unp. 4440. 

2333. Broadcast Aug. 22, 1946. © lc 

9-19-46 ; D unp. 4940. 

2352. Broadcast Sept. 18, 1946. © lc 

10-15-46 : D unp. 5414. 

2367. Broadcast Oct. 9, 1946. © lc 

11-4-46 : D unp. 6034. 

2393. Broadcast Nov. 14, 1946. © lc 

12-3-46 ; D unp. 6392. 
ROAD to Alaska. See Piatt, Helen. 
THE ROAD to stardom. See Thornton, Frank 

R- 
ROADS and our economy. See Keeping up 

with the Wigglesworths. No. 56. 
ROADSIDE. See Zuckerman, Samuel A. 



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ROBB, John C. Spoken material for use in 
conducting Quiz-pot contest in theatre or 
other location. © lc 3-31-46 ; John C. 
Robb, Los Angeles ; C 313. 

BOBBINS, JOHN JACOB. 

Field Marshal Kutuzov. See Solov'ev, 
Vladimir Sergeevich. 

The orchards of Polovchansk. See Leonov, 
Leonid Maksimovich. 

ROBBINS, WILLIAM JACOB. Growth. New 
York Philharmonic-s 1 , mphony intermission 
feature. Broadcast Feb. 10, 1946. © lc 
3-1-46 ; United States rubber co., New York ; 
C 248. 

ROBERT Lee Alving. See VonHarden, Lew. 

ROBERTS, ALLEN. Land 'em at random, a 
comedy farce in three acts by Allen Roberts 
and Emil H. Ober. © lc 1-1-46 ; Allen 
Roberts and Emil H. Ober, New York ; D imp. 
18. 

ROBERTS, EDWARD BARRY. The iron deer, 
a play in three acts. © lc 11-8—46 ; Edward 
Barry Roberts, New Haven ; D unp. 5898. 

ROBERTS, ETHEL WALLACE. Cadmium, a 
dramatic sketch in four scenes by Ethel 
Wallace. © lc 4-30-46 ; Ethel Wallace 
Roberts. New Hone. Pa. ; D unp. 2865. 

ROBERTS, HELEN M. 

And lo, the star ; a Christmas play in two 
scenes. San Francisco, Banner play bureau, 
c 1946. 27 p. 20 cm. (Banner Christmas 
series) © 10-20-46; 2c 11-3-46; Banner 
plav bureau, inc., San Francisco ; D pub. 
5759. 

Aunt Kitty to the rescue, a comedy in one 
act for eight women. San Francisco, Banner 
play bureau, c 1946. 25 p. 20 cm. (Banner 
plays) © 10-1-46; 2c 11-3-46; Banner 
play bureau, inc., San Francisco ; D pub. 
5762. 

The hope of the world, a Christmas pag- 
eant in eight episodes. San Francisco, Ban- 
ner play bureau, c 1946. 57 p. 20 cm. 
(Banner Christmas series) © 10-20-46 ; 2c 
11-3—46 ; Banner play bureau, inc., San 
Francisco ; D pub. 5760. 

ROBERTS, PAUL. Day after day, a play in 
two acts. © lc 2-12-46 ; Paul Roberts, New 
York ; D unp. 663. 

ROBERTSON, ARTHUR. 

Cuban Canebrake, a drama in three acts. 
© lc 11-4-46 ; Arthur Robertson, Berkeley, 
Calif. ; D unp. 5821. 

Except marriage, a play in three acts. © 
lc 9-18-46 ; Arthur Robertson, Berkeley, 
Calif. ; D unp. 4937. 

ROBERTSON, HAZEL GLAISTER. Titian, 
the boy painter. See Tully, Nora. 

ROBERTSON, MILTON. 

The unknown soldier speaks, a pageant. 
104 leaves. © lc 11-6-46 ; Committee for 
Jewish war veterans pageant, inc., Chicago ; 
D unp. 5844. 

Who's who at the zoo, by Milton Robertson 
and Ted Cott. Recording script. © lc 
10—23—46 ; Tone products corporation of 
America, New York ; D unp. 5577. 

ROBESPIERE. See Garrigus, Frederick. 
You're on the air. 

ROBIN HOOD. ' See Stanley, John W. The 
new adventures of Robin Hood. 

THE ROBIN is back. See Diekason, Albert A. 

ROBIN on the mountain. See Piatt,. Helen. 

ROBINSON, CHARLES. Apple of his eye. 
See Nicholson, Kenyon. 

ROBINSON, DAVID. 

Brush-off, a comedy in three acts. © lc 
2-11-46 ; David Robinson, Los Angeles ; D 
unp. 684. 

The torch grows dim. a play in three acts. 
© lc 1-16-46 : David Robinson, Los An- 
geles ; D unp. 214. 

ROBINSON, GEORGE. Junior genius. Sec 
Robinson, Gladys. 



ROBINSON, GLADYS. Junior genius, a play 
in two acts, by Gladys and George Robinson.. 
© lc 9-13-46 ; Gladys Robinson and George 
Robinson, New York ; D unn. 4901. 

ROBINSON, KEN. See Island venture. 

ROBINSON, LINCOLN FAY. Boston girl, a 
play in two acts. © lc 7—13—46 ; Lincoln 
Fay Robinson, Cedar Vale, Kan. ; D unp. 
4084. 

ROBINSON. MARVIN G. From story* to 
stage ; eleven miniature dramatizations of 
well known stories by famous authors. Bos- 
ton, Baker's plays ; [etc., 1946], 123 p. 19> 
cm. © 8-9-46 ; 2c 8-13-46 ; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston ; D pub. 4646. 

ROBINSON, MICHAEL. Most likely to suc- 
ceed, a play in three acts. © lc 3—29—46 ;. 
Michael Robinson, New York ; D unp. 2276. 

ROBINSON, PERCY. The crime of Margaret 
Foley, a drama in a N prologue and three acts 
by Percy Robinson and Terence De Marney. 
London, French [1946] 87 p. diagrs. 22: 
cm. (French's acting edition) ©5-16-46; 
lc 7-12-46 ; Samuel French, ltd., London ;. 
D pub. 4056. 

ROBINSON, SEYMOUR B. 

The gallows tree. See Rice, Craig. 
Pennsylvania duchess, a musical i in two 
acts by Seymour B. Robinson and Sol Barz- 
man. Text only. © lc 10-8-46 ; Seymour 
B. Robinson and Sol Barzman, Los Angeles, 
D unp. 5223. 

ROBINSON, THOMAS P. The MacGregors. 
See MacLeod, Anne. 

FOBISON, KATHERINE MASON. Double ex- 
posure, a farce in two acts. © lc 6—19-46; 
Katherine Mason Robison, Danville, 111. ; D 
unp. 3660. 

ROBSON, JOHN LUTTRELL. Silent rain, a 
play in one act. © lc 11-17-46 ; John Lut- 
trell Robson, Santa Monica, Calif. ; D unp. 
6615. 

ROBY, VIC. Dream valley, a 15-minute radio 
program. © lc 3—24-46 ; Vic Roby, Denver ; 
C 293. 

ROCHA' MIRANDA, EDGARD DA. See Mi- 
randa, Edgard da Rocha. 

ROCHNA, FRANK JOSEPH. 

Canal street, a play in three acts. © lc 
4-20-46 ; Frank Joseph Rochna, Jersey City ; 
D unp. 2848. 

The crib is empty, a play in two acts. © 
lc 5—22-46 ; Frank Joseph Rochna, Jersey 
City, D unp. 3246. 

Dusk, a play in three acts. © lc 3-29-46 ; 
Frank Joseph Rochna, Jersey City ; D unp. 
2288. 

The family, a play in three acts. © lc 
5-14-46 : Frank Joseph Rochna, Jersey City ; 
D unp. 3050. 

It's love, a play in three acts. © lc 
9-9-46 ; Frank Joseph Rochna, Jersey City ; 
D unp. 4848. 

The weaker sex, a play in three acts. © 
lc 4—11—46 ; Frank Joseph Rochna, Jersey 
City ; D unp. 2565. 

ROCK, WILLIAM N. The autobiography of 
an ancient piece of silver. Special Good 
Friday radio program, Apr. 19, 1946, by 
William N. Rock and Louis E. Corbin. © 
lc 4-29-46 ; William N. Rock and Louis E. 
Corbin, Baltimore ! D unp. 2864. 

ROCK a bye baby. See Morningstar, Lillian 
Lyman. 

THE ROCK and the pit. See McGeachy, D. P. 

ROCK bottom. See Grossman, Abraham. 

ROCKET from Manhattan. See Oboler, Arch. 

ROCKET to paradise. See Cerf, Kurt. 

A ROCKET to the moon. See Exploring the 
unknown, May 17, 1946. 

ROCKEY, ORDEAN. Telemachus, a play in 
three acts. © lc 3-4-46 ; Ordean Rockey, 
San Diego, Calif. : new matter : revision ; 
D unp. 913. Prev. reg. 10-15-37, D unp. 
52551. 



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ROCKWOOD, THEODORE. Shake hands with 
the devil. See Aecola, Harvey. 

ROD of iron. See Greenwood, Walter. The 
cure for love. 

RODDA, VIOLET. Wind along the waste. See 
Hilliard. Frank. 

RODEO. See Finch, Robert Voris. 

THE RODEO rider and the Cisco Kid. See 
The Cisco Kid. No. ISA. 

RODGERS, RICHARD. Carousel, a musical 
play by Richard Rodgers, and Oscar Ham- 
merstein 11 ; based on Ferenc Molnar's 
Liliom, as adapted by Benjamin Glazer. 
Book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. 
New York, Knopf, 1946. ITS p. illus. 19 
cm. Book and lyrics only. © 3-28-46 ; 
2c 4-4-46 ; Richard Rodgers and Oscar 
Hammerstein. II, New York ; D pub. 2443. 

ROE, ALEXANDER VINTON, JR. The day 
after tomorrow, a play in three acts by Alex 
Roe. © lc 11-1-46 ; Alexander Vinton Roe, 
jr., New York ; D imp. 5770. 

ROELOFSON, KATHARINE DICKEY. Agnes 
ever virtuous, a play in three acts by Kath- 
arine Dickev. © lc 3-27-46 ; Katharine 
Dickev Roelof son, Laguna Beach, Calif. ; D 
imp. 3332. 

ROEMHELD, EDGAR JULIUS. Dear Sherry, 
an operetta in two acts. Text only. © lc 
11-4-46 ; Edgar Julius Roemheld, North 
Hollywood, Calif. ; D unp. 5826. 

ROPNER, MANFRIED. Goldregen, musikal- 
isches lustspiel in 3 akten von Manfried 
Ro'mer, musik von Hellmut Ropner. Vienna, 
Eirich [1939] 83 p. 20% cm. ©6-26-39; 
lc 3-27-46 ; Theaterverlag Eirich ges. m. b. 
h.. Vienna, D pub. 3813. 

ROFFMAN, MAURICE. The return of Rip 
Van Winkle, a weekly radio presentation 
with original story, based on a general idea 
bv Maurice Roffman. © lc 11-26-46 ; 
Maurice Roffman, New York ; D unp. 6224. 

ROGATIS, FRANK DE. See De Rogatis, 
Frank. 

Madame est elue. See 



See Viot, Jacques 
See Carole, Joseph Jerome. 
In Fairyland. See Enoch, 



ROGER. MARIE. 
Delage, Jean. 

ROGER la honte. 

ROGER the sixth. 

ROGERS, ETHEL 
Lora L. 

ROGERS. HAROLD L. Fiddler's green, a 
musical comedy in two acts. Text and 
music on separate leaves. © lc 5-23—46 ; 
Harold L. Rogers, San Francisco ; D unp. 
1060. 

ROGERS, JOHN WILLIAM. Where the dear 
antelope play, comedy in three acts. [New 
York] Dramatists play service. [1946] 
98 p. diagr. 19 cm. © 1-31-46 ; 2c 
2-4-46 : John William Rogers, Dallas ; new 
matter : revision : D nub. 543. Prev. reg. 
3-17-41 ; D unp. 74095. 

ROGUES in togas. See Crane, James. 

LE ROI. See Furber, Douglas. My longest 
runs and greatest successes. 

LE ROI des resquilleurs. See Pujol, Rene. 

ROJAS, FERNANDO DE. La Celestine, tragi- 
eomedie de Calixte et Melibee ; par Fernando 
de Rojas (1492) adaptation complete de 
Paul Achard, illustrations de Maurice 
L'Hoir. Paris, Editions de la nouvelle 
France. 1943. 288 p. illus. 19 cm. © 
5-22-43 ; lc 8-29-45 ; Paul Achard, Poissy, 
France: et Editions de la nouvelle France, 
Paris; D pub. 640. 

ROLLIN. HENRI. The martyr child, a melo- 
drama in five acts by Henri Rollin and Leon 
Petitjean, translated from the French ver- 
sion by Mrs. A. J. Sutton. © lc 5-16-45 ; 
Mrs. Henri Dairou. Montreal, D unp. 93510. 

ROLSETH, HAROLD. The curiosity cure, a 
two-act comedy. Dayton, O., Paine [1946] 
21 p. 18 cm. © 9-10-46; 2c 9-12-46; 



Paine publishing co., Dayton, O. ; D pub. 

48S3. 

ROMA1NE, FLORENCE. Man of all time, a 
play in two acts, and four scenes ; based on 
historic incidents in the period of Paul of 
Tarsus. © lc 3-21-46 ; Florence Romaine, 
New York ; D unp. 2198. 

A. ROMAN sanctuary. See The eternal light. 
No. 6. 

ROMANCE in strings. Sec Coffey, Herschel H. 

ROMANCE of furs : Emperor's choice. See 
Jones, Frank. 

ROMANCE of the Bear Flag Republic. See 
Pressley, Charles Eugene. 

ROMANDETTO, VINCENT. The destiny of 
Leadsville, a miniature radio melodrama. 
© lc 1-2-46 ; Vincent Romandetto, Brook- 
lyn ; D unp. 35. 

ROMANTIC Betsy Ross. See Clark, Arthur 
Freeland. 

ROME billet. See Shanker, Sidney Morris. 

ROMEO and Juliet, source title. See Mc- 
Curdey, Catharine Millar. The friar's po- 
tion. 

ROMIETTE and Julio. See Lautenschlager,. 
Thurman H. 

RONDON, FREDERICK STEPHEN. The 
great rainbow of love. Radio script. Eng- 
lish and Spanish text. © lc 1-28-46 ;. 
Frederick Stephen Rondon, Vedado, Havana r 
Cuba ; D unp. 532. 

ROOKIE cop. See Eagan, Lois R. 

THE ROOM shortage. See Bates, Edith May 
Hilliard. 

ROOS, FRANCES HOMER. If I were queen, 
a play in one act by Frances Homer. © lc 
12-1-46 ; Frances Homer Roos, Toledo ; D 
unp. 6361. 

ROOS, WILLIAM. January thaw, a play in 
three acts based upon the novel by Bellamy 
Partridge. Chicago, Dramatic publishing 
co. [1946] 179 p. front., pi. diagr. 20 
cm. © 10-4-46 ; 2c 10-13-46 ; William 
Roos, New York ; D pub. 5358. Prev. reg. 
10-26-45 ; D unp. 95648. 

ROOSEN, GEORGE. Pappy travels, one epi- 
sode. Radio script. © lc 4-23-46 ; George 
Roosen, Woodstown, N. J. ; D unp. 2751. 

ROOT, LYNN. Two biers for Cyrus, a farce- 
comedv in three acts. © lc 9—27—46 ; Lynn 
Root, Beverly Hills, Calif. ; D unp. 5143. 

ROSANNE Hall. See Mercey, Elena. 

ROSE, EARLE C. A race "between greed and 
dictatorship ; or. The new scientific eco- 
nomic system of energy-hours ; or, Catas- 
trophe. Address. © lc 9-25-46 ; Earle C. 
Rose, New Kensington, Pa. ; C 713. 

ROSE, IRWIN, pseud See Rosen, Irving 

ROSE, LE ROMA 

Along came Harriet, a farce-comedy in one 
act. Cedar Rapids. la., Heuer, c 1946. 31 p. 
diagr. 19 cm. © 9-12-46 ; 2c 10-3-46 ; 
Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, la. ; D pub. 
5199. 

Aunt Miranda's will, a farce in one act. 
Cedar Rapids, la., Heuer, c 1946. 29 p. 
diagr. 19 cm. © 9-12-46 ; 2c 10-3-46 ; 
Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, la. ; D pub. 
5200. 

The ghost wore white, a mystery-comedy 
in one act. Cedar Rapids, la., Heuer c 1946. 
32 p. diagr. 19 cm. © 9-12-46 ; 2c 
10-6-46 ; Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, 
la. ; D pub. 5217. 

Pardon my ancestors, a comedv in one act. 
Cedar Rapids, la., Heuer, c 1946. 30 p. 
diagr. 19 cm. © 9-12-46 ; 2c 10-3-46 ; 
Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, la. ; D pub. 
5201. 

Springtime for Skippy, a comedy in one 
act. Cedar Rapids, la., Heuer, 1946. 24 p. 
diagr. 19 cm. © 9-12-46 : 2c 10-6-46 ; 
Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, la. ; D pub. 
5218. 



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ROSE, RACHEL. My dear golden mother, a 
dramatic composition. 3 leaves. © lc 
5-12-44 ; Rachel Rose, New York ; D unp. 
8S885. 

ROSE, RALPH, JR. Free for all, a comedy in 
three acts. © lc 11-18-46 ; Ralph Rose, jr., 
Whittier. Calif. ; D unp. 5995. 

ROSE, WILLIAM CUMMING. Some acids 
which are necessary for life. New York 
Philharmonic-svmphony intermission fea- 
ture. Broadcast Feb. 17, 1946. © lc 
3-1-46 ; United States rubber co., New York ; 
C 247. 

ROSE colored world. See Kim, Laurence 
Hopill. 

ROSE-MARIE, where are you? See Major, 
Marie Austin. 

ROSE of mv dreams. See Hummert, Frank. 

THE ROSE unfolds. See Thomas, Margaret 
Loring. 

ROSE water. See Curtis, Joseph. 

ROSEBUD and Peterkin. See Opperman, 
Joseph. 

ROSEFIELD, Jonas A. Doc ordered democ- 
racy, a comedy drama in two acts. © lc 
1-19-46 ; Jonas A. Rosefield, Jackson 
Heights, N. Y. ; D unp. 257. 

THE ROSELESS thorns. See Stessin, Ter- 
enthy Trofimoff. 

ROSEMON, MABEL J. His day of triumph, 
an Easter pageant. Book and lyrics by 
Mabel J. Rosemon, incidental music by 
Charles Francis Lane [pseud.] New York, 
Lorenz; [etc., c 1945 i. e. 1946] 24 p. 22% 
cm. © 1-2-46 ; 2c 1-17-46 ; Lorenz publish- 
ing co., Dayton, O. ; D pub. 1005. 

ROSEN, IRVING. 

Color-blind, a play in two acts by Irwin 
Rose [pseud.] © lc 4-9-46 ; Irwin Rose, 
Stamford, Conn. ; D unp. 2560. 

Color-blind, a play in two acts by Irwin 
Rose [pseud.] © lc 5-17-46 ; Irving Rosen, 
to be legally Irwin Rose, Stamford, Conn. ; 
new matter : revision ; D unp. 3154. 

ROSEN, ISADORE. 

Too shallow the grave, a play in four acts. 
© lc 8-7-46 ; Isidore Rosen, Brooklyn ; D 
unp. 4449. 

ROSEN, NORMAN. 

Captain Kidd, a fifteen minute radio pro- 
gram for children. © lc 8-2-46 ; Norman 
Rosen, Long Island City, N. Y. ; D unp. 4379. 
Duet for solo. Radio script. © lc 
8_3_46 ; Norman Rosen, Long Island City, 
N. Y. ; D unp. 4435. 

ROSENBAUM. MAX. The American way. 
See Sterne, Martin. 

ROSENBERG, ARTHUR. Some of the people, 
a play in two acts by Arthur Rosenberg and 
Isidore Diamond. © lc 4-5-46 ; Arthur 
Rosenberg and Isidore Diamond, Los An- 
geles : D unp. 2435. 

ROSENBERG, HAROLD. The avenue of 
America, a radio script by Harold Rosenberg 
and Carol Biba. ■ © lc 12-20-45 ; Carol 
Biba, New York ; D unp. 138. 

ROSENBERG, JOSEPH. The tramp and the 
nightingale, a play in three acts. © lc 
5-3-46 : Joseph Rosenberg, West Orange, 
N. J. : D unp. 2878. 

ROSENCRANS, LEO S. See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 

Flexible farming with the Ferguson sys- 
tem. 

Free ride. 
Happy ending. 
How to drive a woman crazy. 
How to drive a woman crazy (selling) 
See Lowell Thomas meets the Premier. 
It's the tops. 

Lowell Thomas meets the Premier. 
The story of the storage battery. 
The world in a glass. 



ROSENFELD, HAROLD. A slight case of New 
Year's eve, a play in five acts by Harold and 
Lucy Rosenfeld. © lc 10-2-46 ; Harold 
Rosenfeld and Lucy Rosenfeld, Lynbrook, 
N. Y. ; D unp. 5188. 

ROSENFELD, LUCY. A slight case of New 
Year's eve. See Rosenfeld, Harold. 

ROSENFELD, PAUL. 

Decision ; or Blind love goes begging. 
Radio program. © lc 3-29-46 ; Paul Rosen- 
feld, New York ; D unp. 2282. 

Decision ; or Breaking point. Radio pro- 
gram. © lc 3-29-46 ; Paul Rosenfeld, New 
York ; D uhp. 2281. 

ROSENTHAL, ERWIN J. Life's second part, 
a comedj' in four acts by Irvin LeRoy 
[pseud.] © lc 2-13-46; Erwin J. Rosen- 
thal (Irvin LeRoy) Berkeley, Calif. ; D unp. 
676. 

ROSENTHAL, SYLVIA. A whale of a tale, a 
dramatization with music. Recording script. 
.Text only. © lc 11-8-46 ; Svlvia Rosen- 
thal, New York ; D unp. 5890. 

ROSIERS blancs. See Porche, Simone Benda. 

ROSS, ART. How to draw 1000 funny faces, 
parts 1 and 2. Recording script. © lc 
10-28-46 ; Art Ross, 'Forest Hills, N. Y .; 
C 965 

ROSS, ARTHUR SAUNDERS. Titanic waltz. 
See Mosatescu, Tudor. 

ROSS, BETSY. None may cross, a plav in two 
acts. © lc 4-10-46 ; Betsy Ross, Brooklyn ; 
D unp. 2620. 

ROSS, HERMAN. Osceola, a drama with 
music added, in two acts and seven scenes. 
Text only. © lc 11-6-46 ; Herman Ross, 
Brooklyn ; D unp. 6281. 

ROSS, JAMES. Hoaxes, by J. Ross and 
Beverly Buchalter. Radio script. © lc 
2-15-46 ; James Ross and Beverly Buchalter, 
Chicago ; D unp. 700. 

ROSS, JOYCE ALICE. See Glassman, Joyce 

ROSS, RICHARD. Southern comfort, a play 
in two acts by Edward Hirsch. Music by 
Dick Ross, lyrics by Phil Sachs, on separate 
leaves. © lc 11—8-46 ; Quadrangle club, 
Richard Ross, and Edward Hirsch, St. Louis ; 
D unp. 1124. 

ROSS, ROBERT. Mental marathon. Radio 
program no. 1, Dec. 12, 1945. © lc 
12-11-45 ; Robert Ross, Brooklyn ; C 206. 

ROSS. SAM. The ice-locked lane. See Ex- 
ploring the unknown, Feb. 10, 1946. 

ROSS, SIDNEY H. The Philadelphia lawyer, 
by Sid Ross and E. Hal Moss [pseud.] 
Audition program. © lc 5-22—46 ; Harry 
Moskowitz and Sidney H. Ross, Philadel- 
phia : D unp. 3242. 

ROSSEN, TERRIE MILL. 

Daughter of Mephistopheles, a play in 
three acts. © lc 9-23-46 ; Terrie Rossen, 
Los Angeles ; D unp. 5522. 

Pardon my oomph, a play in three acts. 
© lc 10-26-45 ; Terrie Mill Rossen, Los 
Angeles ; new matter : revision ; D unp. 299. 
Prev. re?. 9-6-45, D unp. 94920. 

ROSSI, HEDDY E. Coals of fire, a drama in 
three acts. © lc 12-30-45 ; Heddy E. Rossi, 
New York : D unp. 11. 

ROSTEN, ROBERT. Getting Ma Gibbs mar- 
ried, original radio play. Revised version. 
(The personal column, no. 1) © lc 2-5—46 ; 
Robert Rosten. Washington ; D unp. 564. 

ROSTETTER, ALICE L. She loved them both, 
a play in three acts. © lc 4—5—46 ; Alice L. 
Rostetter, New York ; D unp. 2489. 

ROSZELLE, HELENE. See Roszelle, Mary 
Helene. 

ROSZELLE, MARY HELENE. Joey wants to 
whistle, a play in one act by Helene Ros- 
zelle. © lc 12-5-46 ; Mary Helene Roszelle, 
Leesburg, Fla. : D imp. 6418. 

ROTH, KARL HEINZ. The thought, a play in 
five scenes by Karl Heinz Roth and Robert 



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S. Martin. English version and adaptation 
from the Russian work "Misle," by Leonid 
Andreev. © lc 1-21-46 ; Robert S. Martin 
and Karl Heinz Roth, Los Angeles; D unp. 
277. 

ROTH, LEON. Hizzoner the mayor. See 
Diener, David E. 

ROTHBARD, MOLLY. She isn't Einstein ! A 
play in three acts. © lc 3-3-46 ; Molly 
Rothbard, New York ; I) unp. 899. 

;ROTHE. VELMA ROYTON. The shining city ; 
or, Dark morning. A play in two acts by 
Velma Rovton and Alice Thomson. © lc 
8-16-46 ; Alice Page Thomson (Alice Peters) 
New York ; new matter : revision ; D unp. 
4557. Prev. reg. Always the morning, 
12-23-43 ; D unp. 86385. 

ROTT, JACOB. Sleeping boy, a play in three 
acts. © lc 4-26-46 ; Jacob Rott, New York ; 
D unp. 2850. 

ROUND trip to paradise. See Cerf, Kurt. 
Rocket to paradise. 

A ROUNDUP for the Cisco Kid. See The 
Cisco Kid. No. 20A. 

ROUSSIN, ANDRE. Le tombeau d'Achille, 
illustre de cinq pointes seches de Claude 
Lepape. [Paris] Lieutier [1945] 28 p. 
illus. 25 cm. © 12-26-45 ; lc 5-8-46 ; 
Andre Roussin, Paris ; D pub. 4160. 

•ROUTINE. See Levine, Abraham. 

ROVNER, SEYMOUR S. Reconversion, a play 
in three acts. © lc 3-18-46 ; Seymour S. 
Rovner, Albuquerque, N. M. ; D unp. 2139. 

ROW. PETERSON AND COMPANY. 

All set for Christmas. See Fisher, Aileen. 
Big-girl Becky. See Munro, Helen Waite. 
Christmas eve at Santa's. See Thalimer, 
Florence Lance. 

Fresh air. See Hughes, Glenn. 
Hail. Prince of Peace. See Wefer, Marion. 
The inner Willy. See Knapp, Bettye. 
Love is too much trouble. See Le Pelley, 
-Guernsey. 

Mavbe you're wrong. See Crust, Anita 
•Waltrip. 

The more the merrier. See Weatherly, 
Anne Ferring. 

The mystery of Goodacre farm. See 
Cacerly, Millis. 

Six holiday plays. See Bennett, Rowena 
Bastin. 

Special-day plays and flashlight fun. See 
Caton. Dorothy Webber. 

Stage-struck. See Price, Olive M. 
Sunny. See Dunn, Rebecca Welty. 

-ROWAN, LYNN LLOYD. Intimate friends, a 
farce in three acts bv Lvnn Rowan and Louis 
Muller. © lc 5-30-46 ; Lynn Lloyd Rowan 
and Louis J. Muller, New York ; D unp. 3339. 

ROWE, HARVEY J. The finger tip, a slightly 
dramatic farce in three acts. © lc 12—21— 
46 ; Harvey J. Rowe, University Heights, O. ; 
D unp. 6650. 

ROWE, MARGARET JAQUES. Into eternity, 
a comedy in three acts by Diane Paget 
[pseud.] © lc 4-17-46; Margaret Jaques 
Rowe, Scarsdale, N. Y. ; D unp. 2657. 

ROYAL, CHARLES E. The modeler, a novelty 
monologue act written especially for Fran- 
cois Stephen Gregory. © lc 8-21-46 ; 
Francois Stephen Gregory, Hollvwood ; D 
unp. 4659. . " 

THE ROYAL comedy. See Clement, Victor. 

ROYAL jade. See Treitel, Symon J. 

ROYAL romance. See Dunn, Edward Delaney. 

ROYLE, JOSEPHINE FETTER. Cupid goes 
to boarding school. See Suppe, Franz von. 

ROYTON, VELMA. See Rothe, Velma, Roy- 
ton. 

-RUBEN, J. WALTER. The great illusion, 
source title. See Schubert, Bernard S. 
Lost illusion. 

:RUBIN, BENEDICT HARRIS. Their first 
vacation, a play in one scene by B. H. Rubin. 



84 numb, leaves. © lc 12-6-46 ; Benedict 
Harris Rubin, New York ; D unp. 6430. 

RUBIN, DANIEL N. Vicki Dean, a play in 
three acts. © lc 7-6-46 ; Daniel N. Rubin, 
Newburgh, N. Y. ; D unp. 3915. 

RUBINSTEIN, HAROLD FREDERICK. The 
fifth gospel, a play in a prologue and three 
acts by H. F. Rubinstein. London, Gollancz, 
1946. 96 p. 18y 2 cm. © 8-19-46 ; lc 
10-16-46 ; Harold Frederick Rubinstein, 
London ; D pub. 6495. 

RUBIO, EMERY. Very magic, a play in three 
acts bv Emery Rubio and Mirian Balf. © 
lc 10-20-46 ; Emery Rubio and Miriam Balf, 
New York ; D unp. 5580. 

RUBLEY, FRANCES BECHLER. Messrs. 
Scotty, a pictured opera in verse. 31 leaves. 
Text only. © lc 2-12—46 ; Frances Bechler 
Rubley, North Hollywood, Calif. ; D unp. 
2764. 

RUDDOCK, BILL. Not unclean. See Turn- 
age, Martha Allen. 

RUDOLPH, BERT A. The light of Candor 
Valley, a drama in three acts. © lc 
8-2-46 ; Bert A. Rudolph, San Jose, Calif. ; 
D unp. 4445. 

RUDY, ESTHER. The trail of the gourmet 
thru time and place. Lecture. © lc 
1-11-46 ; Esther Rudy, New York ; C 63. 

RUGE, JACK. See Ruge, John. 

RUGE, JOHN. Mr. Butterfly. See Wylie, 
Evan. 

THE RUGGED path. See Sherwood, Robert E. 

THE RUM cake bit. See Stark, Arthur. 
Making a rum cake. 

RUMBIN galleries. See O'Day, Shelley. 

RUML, WENTZLE, III. Can we communi- 
cate with the dead? See Exploring the 
unknown. Nov. 3, 1946. 

RUMPELSTILTSKIN. See Suggs, Kacy. 

RUMSEY, LEROY RENNER. Sweet love, a 
play in three acts. © lc 2-15-46 ; Leroy 
Renner Rumsey, New York ; new matter ; 
new dialogue ; D unp. 721. Prev. reg. You 
changed my life, 6-21-40 ; D unp. 70530. 

RUN Gabriel run. See Orenstein. Leo Alan. 

RUN to your uncle. See Lurch, Bruce John. 

RUN with the hare. See Colson, Robert 
Crosby. 

RUNNER in the snow. See Garrigus, Freder- 
ick. You're on the air. 

RUPLIN, ESTERRE W. Prospectus of new 
tomorrow, a serial drama for radio by 
Esterre Schuyler [pseud.] © lc 4-26-46; 
Esterre W. Ruplin, Chicago ; D unp. 3130. 

THE RUPTURED duck. See Armitage, 
Walter. 

RURAL poverty. See Keeping up with the 
Wigglesworths. No. 45. 

RURAL sales training course. For recording 
scripts in this series see Vocafllm corpora- 
tion. 

RUSCOLL, JOSEPH. 

Fighting senator. For radio scripts in 
this series see Fighting senator. 

Killer, come back to me ; a play adapted 
for radio by Joseph Ruscoll, from a story by 
Ray Bradbury. (Molle mystery theatre. 
May 17 1946) © lc 8-1-46 ; Joseph Ruscoll, 
Jackson Heights, N. Y., D unp. 4340. 

Murder at midnight. For radio scripts 
in this series see Murder at midnight. 

RUSHVILLE sheriff. See The Lone Ranger. 
No. 2017-1242. 

RUSSELL, ANDREW J. 

The devil is a fool, an original screen play 
by A. J. Russell and Larry Young. © lc 
7-29-46 ; Andrew J. Russell and Larry 
Young, Pasadena, Calif. ; D unp. 4308. 

Johnny at the door, a play in three acts. 
© lc 5—24—46 ; Andrew J. Russell, Pasadena, 
Calif. ; D unp. 3282. 

RUSSELL, LEE. Story killed. Radio script 
no. one. © lc 3-7-46 ; Lee Russell, New 
York ; D unp. 998. 



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RUSSELL, ONA B. WILSON. Paul's appeal 
before King Agrippa, a Bibical drama in 
four scenes. © lc 6-10-46 ; Ona B. Wilson 
Russell, Los Angeles ; D unp. 4337. 

RUSSELL, RICHARD. Your success and se- 
curity. Address. © lc 8-28-46 ; Richard 
Russell. Chicago ; C 653. 

THE RUSSIAN people. See Simonov, Kon- 
stantin Mikhailovich. 

THE RUSTLER and the Cisco Kid. See The 
Cisco Kid. No. 26 A. 

RUSTLER trap. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2154-1379. 

RUTH. See Canfield, Gertrude. 

RUTHERFORD, DWIGHT M. Pity the poor 
audience. Lecture. © lc 5-6-46 ; Dwight 
M. Rutherford, Los Angeles, C 556. 

RUTTER. LILLIAN PASCOE, lady. 

The saint in evening frock, a play in three 
acts bv Lilliana Davidovna [pseud.] © lc 
5_8-46 ; Lillian Pascoe-Rutter, Kingston on 
Thames, Surrey, Eng. ; D unp. 3421. 

The still small voice, a play in two acts 
by Lilliana Davidovna [pseud.] © lc 
4l_5_46, Lillian Pascoe Rutter, Kingston on 
Thames, Surrey, Eng. ; D unp. 243S. 

RYAN, ELAINE. Now I lay me down to sleep, 
a plav in three acts by Elaine Ryan and 
Jerome Mayer ; from t,he novel by Ludwig 
Bemelmans. © lc 11-23-46 ; Elaine Ryan, 
Los Angeles and Jerome Mayer, New York ; 
D unp. 6413. 

RYAN, JOHN. Shine the brass, a comedy in 
two acts bv John Ryan and Gerald McCann. 
© lc 10-22-46 ; John Ryan and Gerald 
McCann. Lowell. Mass. : D unp. 6124. 

RYAN, QUIN AUGUSTUS. 

Quin Ryan's anniversaries. Radio script. 
© lc 1-17-46 ; Quin Augustus Ryan, Chi- 
cago ; C 90. 

That was the year. Radio script. © lc 
10-20-46 ; Quin Augustus Ryan, Chicago ; 
C 789. 

Wedding anniversaries. Radio script. © 
lc 1-17-46 ; Quinn Augustus Ryan, Chicago , 
C 89. 

RYAN, REGINALD TERRY. Orson Jones, a 
comedy sketch by Terry Ryan. © lc 9-7-46 ; 
Reginald Terry Ryan, New York ; D unp. 
4846. 

RYAN, SANDRA MARIA, pseud. See Gworek, 
Stella M. 

RYAN. TERRY. See Ryan, Reginald Terry. 

THE RYAN girl. See Gouldine. Eclmunu. 

RYE, CAMILLA, pseud. See Kaser, Arthur 
Le Rov. 

RYERSON, FLORENCE. See Clements, Flor- 
ence Ryerson. 

RYERSON, MARTIN. 

Blue pencil for love. See First nighter, 
Jan. 12, 1946. 

Horses don't lie. See First nighter, Jan. 
26, 1946. 

One night in Brooklyn. See First nighter, 
Mar. 2, 1946. 

S 

'S wonderful. See Thurschwell, Harry T. 

SAAD, CHARLES KHALIL. The merry Eng- 
lishman, a play in three acts by Charles 
Alexander [pseud.] © lc 12-4-46 ; Charles 
Khalil Saad, New York ; D unp, 6416. 

THE SABBATH of Chaim the porter. See The 
eternal lisht. No. 65. 

THE SABLE'S back. See Lee, James Hender- 
son. 

SACHS, JOHN H. Remembered day ; or, Abe 
Lincoln's answer. A radio play by John H. 
Sachs and Milton Wayne. (Cavalcade of 
America, Feb. 11, 1946) © lc 6-7-46 ; E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & co., Wilmington, Del. ; 
D unp. 3462. 

SACHS (MORRIS B.) INC. See Morris B. 
Sachs amateur hour. 



SACHS, PHILLIP. Southern comfort. See 
Ross, Richard. ' 

SACK, LOUIS. The old smoke-filled room. 
Radio script. © lc 5-7—46 ; Louis Sack,. 
New York ; D unp. 3010. 

THE SACRED flame. See Andromedas, Nich- 
olas J. 

THE SADDLE. See The Lone Ranger. No. 
2086-1311. * 

SADKO. See Rimgki-Korsakov, Andrei Nikol- 
aevich. 

SADOWSKY, HOWARD. Time out to talk, an 
original comedy in two acts by Howard 
Sadowsky and Jonathan Sogg. © lc 2-19- 
46 ; Jonathan S. Sogg and Howard Sadow- 
sky, New York ; D unp. 763. 

DIE SAULE schwankt. See Mtihlestein, Hans. 

Courbet. 
THE SAFE and the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 

Kid. No. 122A. 
SAFETY program for schools. See Heath. 

Walter T. 

SAFETY service on the drive. See Wilding 

picture productions, inc. 
SAFETY service on the lift. See Wilding 

pictiire productions, inc. 
THE SAGA of Major Longue-Worthy of the 
old Chaise Longue-Worthy's. See McGee, 
James Vincent. 
SAGALYN, ROBERT VINTON. Where do we 
go from here? a lay in one act. © lc 
3-14-46 ; Robert V. Sagalyn, Springfield, 
Mass. ; D unp. 2114. 
SAIL to the sky. See Bailey, Herbert. 
SAINER, ARTIE. 

Death is my stop, a play in one act, by 
Artie Sajner and Frank Taubes. © lc 
1-25-46 ; Artie Sainer and Frank Taubes, 
New York ; D unp. 406. 

The will to power. See Taubes, Frank. 
THE SAINT in evening frock.- See Rutter, 

Lillian Pascoe, Lady. 
ST. CLAIR. ROBERT. 

Bret Harte, screen play. © lc 10-21-46 ; 
Virginia Doak, Hollywood ; D unp. 5540. 

Bringing up mother, a comedy in three 
acts. Pasadena, Calif., Stage door play co., 
c 1946. 92 p. diagr. 19 cm. © 9-1-46 ; 
2c 11-6-46; Valdemar K. Sandeen (Stage 
door play co.) Pasadena, Calif. ; D pub. 
6000. 

The chance of a lifetime, a comedy in 
three acts. Minneapolis, Northwestern 
press. c 1946. 92 p. diagr. 19 cm. © 
10-9-46 : 2c 10-11-46 : Northwestern press, 
Minneapolis : D pub. 5291. 

The eager beavers, a comedy in three acts. 
Pasadena, Calif., Stage door plav co., c 1946. 
103 p. diagr. 19 cm. © 9-1-46 : 2c 
11-6-46 ; Stage door play co. (Valdemar 
Karl Sandeen) Pasadena, Calif. ; D pub. 
6001. 

Happy-go-lucky, a comedy in one act. 
Minneapolis, Northwestern press. c 1946. 
44 p. 19 cm. © 10-9-46 ; 2c 10-13-46 ; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis ; D pub. 
5296. 

It happens every time, a comedy in three 
acts. Chicago, Denison : [etc. 1946] 91 p. 
diagr. 18 cm. (Denison's royalty plays) © 
10-10-46 ; 2c 10-14-46 t T. S. Denison & 
co., Minneapolis ; D pub. 5347. 

Maid to order, a comedy in three acts. 
Minneapolis, Denison ; [etc., 1946] 92 p. 
diagr. 18% cm. (Denison's select plavs) 
© 10-15-46 ; 2c 10-18-46 : T. S. Denison & 
co.. Minneapolis : D pub. 5518. 

Meet the Middletons, a comedy in three 
acts. Minneapolis, Denison ; [etc. 1946] 
95 p. diagr. 18 cm. (Denison's rovaltv 
plays) © 10-10-46: 2c 10-14-46: T. S. 
Denison & co., Minneapolis : D pub. 5346. 

Murder, they say ; a comedy in one act. 
Boston, Drama guild publishers [1946] 



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37 p. diagr. 19 cm. (Drama guild plays) 
© 12-5-46 ; 2c 12-14-46 ; Drama guild 
publishers, Boston ; D pub. 6508. 

Poor Percival, a comedy in three acts by 
Robert St. Clair and Malvern Hill. Pasa- 
dena, Calif;, Stage door play co., 1946. 94 p. 
diagr. 19 cm. © 9-1-46 ; 2c 11-6-46 ; 
Stage door play co. (V. K. Sandeen, sole 
owner) Pasadena, Calif. ; D pub. 6662. 
ST. GEORGE, GEORGE. The perfect state, a 
new comedy in three acts by George St. 
George and Joe Guttmann. © 1c 9-3-46 ; 
George St. George, New York, and Joe Gutt- 
mann, Jackson Heights, N. Y. ; D unp. 4789. 

SAINT-GEORGES DE BOUHELIER. Le 
chant de la liberte, piece en 3 actes et 11 
tableaux. Paris, Nagel [1945] 176 p. 19 
cm. (Collection du theatre contemporain) 
© 9-30-45 ; lc 5-2-46 ; Editions Nagel, 
Paris : D pub. 3277. 

ST. GEORGES AND KEYES, INC. See Ex- 
ploring the unknown. 

ST. JAMES, CHRIS, pseud. See Aceto, 
Michael Thomas. 

ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST. See Guild, Helene 
Heathcote, Children in art. 

ST. JOHNN, ALLISON KINGSSON NICHOLS 
JOHNN-. See Johnn-St. Johnn, Allison 
Kingsson Nichols. 

ST. JOSEPH'S SENSE OF HUMOR. See 
Treacy, Emerson. 

SAINT Louis bulletin board. See Smith, 
Charles D. 

SAINT-PIERRE, Jacques Henri Bernadin de. 
,Paul and Virginia. See Crutchfield, Les M. 

SALABERT. Editions. See Editions Sala- 
bert. 

SALACROU, ARMAND. Le soldat et la sor- 
ciere, divertissement historique en deux 
parties. (In Les Oeuvres libres. Nouv. 
ser., no. 8 (234) Paris, Fayard, 1946. 19 
cm. p. [55]-144) © 2-23-46; lc 5-8- 
46 ; Armand Salacrou, Paris ; D pub. 4158. 

SALAMO, MICHAEL JOSEPH. I have seen 
the glory, a one act play. © lc 1-29—46 ; 
Michael Joseph Salamo, Brooklyn ; D unp. 
419. 

SALAWAY, LOWELL. Frankly speaking, a 
comedy in three acts by Lowell Salaway 
and George Morris. © lc 10—8—46 ; Lowell 
Salaway and George Morris ; Brooklyn ; D 
unp. 5224. 

SALAWAY, LOWELL E. Neighbors, a play 
in three acts. © lc 7-12-46 ; Vinnie J. 
Salaway, Elmhurst, 111. ; D unp. 4025. 

SALAWAY, VINNIE J. Neighbors. See 
Salawav, Lowell E. 

SALERNO, ANTONIO, 
a play in four acts. 
Salerno, Corona, N. Y. : D unp. 2280. 

SALES conditioning. See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 

SALES lighting. See Vocafllm corporation. 

SALES training for newspaper advertising 
salesmen. See Morrison, Samuel Nathan. 

SALES training for surgical instrument sales- 
men. See Morrison, Samuel Nathan. 

SALESMAN needed. See Vocafllm corpora- 
tion. 

SALESMANSHIP. See Wells, L. V. 

SALESMANSHIP in transportation, unit no. 
6. See Lyman, Robert Edmund. Handling 
complaints. 

SALISBURY. LOTTIE CHARLOTTE. The 
barnyard Sunday School, a dramatico-musi- 
cal. Text and music of song on separate 
leaves. © lc 6-20-46 : Lottie Charlotte 
Salisbury, Los Angeles : D unp. 1066. 

SALLEE, ALVAH CHARLES. Organized 
community responsibility, the key that will 
unlock the door to national prosperity and 
permanent world peace. Lecture. © lc 
10-28-46 : Alvah Charles Sallee, Indianap- 
olis ; C 794. 



East through West, 
lc 3-29-46 ; Antonio 



SALLY and the angel. See Evans, Hugh. 

SALOMON, LOUIS B. No walls at all, a play 
in three acts. © lc 11-28— 10 : Louis B. 
Salomon, New York ; D unp. 6327. 

SALTER. HARRY. Your record round-up. 
See Smith, Robert. 

SALUTE to the hat check girl. See Cherniav- 
sky, Josef. 

EIN SALZBURGER sommermaerchen. See 
Es:er, Paul. 

"SALZY" Jack Little. See Eagan, Lois R. 

SAMACHSON, JOSEPH. The gods at home, 
a play in three acts and five scenes. © lc 
8-15-46 ; Joseph Samachson, New York ; D 
unp. 4531. 

THE SAMARITAN. See Fallon, Michael 
Kenneth. 

SAMS, OSCAR E., JR. 

Children of China. See Encyclopaedia 
britannica films, inc. 

Children of Holland. Sec Encyclopaedia 
britannica films, inc. 

Children of Switzerland. See Encyclo- 
paedia britannica films, inc. 

Colonial children. See Encyclopaedia 
britannica films, inc. 

Eskimo children. See Encyclopaedia bri- 
tannica films, inc. 

French-Canadian children. See Encyclo- 
paedia britannica films, inc. 

Mexican children. See Encyclopaedia bri- 
tannica films, inc. 

Navajo children. See Encyclopaedia bri- 
tannica films, inc. 

The northwestern states. See Encyclo- 
paedia britannica films, inc. 

The southwestern states. See Encyclo- 
paedia britannica films, inc. 

SAMSTAG, ERWIN. Tausch, komoedie in 
einem vorspiel und drei akten, von Erwin 
Samstag und Alexander Reich. © lc 11— 
26-46 ; Sandor Reich, New York ; D unp. 
6258. 

SAN Juan story. See Taverniti, Helen Stew- 
art. 

SANDBERG, GEORGE. Welcome home, a 
comedy in three acts by Sara and George 
Sandberg. © lc 2-7—46 ; Sara and George 
Sandberg,' New York ; D unp. 574. 

SANDBERG, SARA. Welcome home. See 
Sandberg, George. 

SANDEEN, DAGMER VOLA Thomas. 

Autumn story, a comedy drama in three 
acts by Dana Thomas [pseud.] Pasadena, 
Calif., Stage door play co., cl946. 95 p. 
diagr. 19% cm. © 9-1-46 ; 2c 11-6--16 ; 
Stage door play co., (Valdemar Karl San- 
deen, mgr.) Pasadena, Calif. ; D pub. 6002. 
Music in the valley, a comedy drama in 
three acts by Dana Thomas [pseud.] Pasa- 
dena, Calif., Stage door play co., c 1946. 
99 p. diagr. 19 cm. © 9-1-46 ; 2c 11-6- 
46 ; Stage door play co. (Valdemar Karl 
Sandeen) Pasadena, Calif. ; D pub. 6003. 

SANDEEN, V. K. Poor Percival. See St 
Clair, Robert. 

SANDERS, MAURY. The family downstairs, 
a one act play. New York, Issued by Activi- 
ties department Jewish peoples, fraternal 
order of the International workers order, 
1946. 23 p. 28 cm. (J. P. F. O. plav 
series) © 5-23-46 ; 2c 6-7-46 ; Maury 
Sanders, New York ; D pub. 3447. 

SANDHOG. See Exploring the unknown, Nov. 
17. 1946. 

SANDS, ALAN S. 

Featherweights and featherbrains, a half 
hour comedy sports program. Radio script. 
© lc 1-6-46 ; Alan S. Sands, Brooklyn ; D 
unp. 69. 

Good clean fun, vaudeville act bv Alan 
S. Sands and Charles Lee. © lc 3-21-46 ; 
Alan S. Sands and Charles Lee, Brooklyn; 
D unp. 2196. 



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pt. i, n. s. 



SANDS, ALAN S. — Continued. 

The korn kobblers kornival, a half hour 
comedy situation, episode one. Audition 
script. © lc 12-20-46 ; Alan S. Sands, 
Brooklyn ; D unp. 6608. 

Oakland's studios, a one-half hour comedy 
situation show, episode 1. © lc 9-17-46 ; " 
Alan S. Sands, New York ; D unp. 4914. 

Watch the birdie, an audience participa- 
tion program. Radio script. © lc 10—1— 
46 ; Alan S. Sands, New York ; D unp. 5173. 

SANDS, LEE, pseud. See Schachter, Leon. 

■SANFORD, WILLIAM CRAIG. Bread and 
love, a play in three acts. © lc 7-17-46 ; 
William Craig Sanford, Washington, ; D 
unp. 4119. 

SANGRE in Pearl Harbor. See Machorro, 
Rudolph. 

LES SANS-DIEU. See Vekeman, Victor. 

SANTA Cruz. See Frisch, Max. 

SANTA won't come this year. See Myers, 
William J., jr. 

SAPHRO, MERYL. Musical clues closet. 
See Yoell, Roland F. 

SAREYAN, ALEX. 

The case of Cynthia Edward. See Neher, 
Jack. 

P. Q. gets another chance. See Neher, 
Jack. 

The story of Louise Mapleton. See 
Neher, Jack. 

SARTRE, JEAN PAUL. The flies, a play in 
three acts by Jean Paul Sartre, translated 
from the French by John Boruff. © lc 7- 
20-46 ; John Perry Boruff, jr., New York ; 
D unp. 4175. 

SASCHA calls the Kremlin. See Monaghan, 
Leo. 

SASSANO, ANTHONY. 

Budget selling. See Wilding picture pro- 
ductions, inc. 

Trail by experts. See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 

THE SATAN'S kingdom. See Kucinskas, 
Theodore. 

A SATIRICAL exposition of German propa- 
ganda prior to American declaration of war. 
See Mahonev. Donald Cornelius. 

SAUCIER. ANDREW ; LoCicero, Anthony ; 
Wong, Andrew, d.b.a. Artists guild produc- 
tions. See Artists guild productions. 

SAUCY Peg. See Bongnie, Emile de. 

SAUERKRAUT-SEEDS. See Feith, Erwin 
Peter. 

SAVAGE LESLEY. Sunset again, a play in 
three acts by Lesley Savace and Jerry Birn. 
©lc 3-19-46 ; Lesley Savage and Jerry 
Birn, New York ; D unp. 2170. 

SAVAGE-GRAHAM, EDITH. Portrait of 
Paulette, a costume comedv of 1895 in three 
acts and an epilogue, by Edith Savage-Gra- 
ham and L. Manpin Little. © lc 7-13-46 ; 

' Leon M. Lion, Hurstpierpoint, Sussex, Eng. ; 
D unp. 4070. 

SAVE 'em with service. See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 

SAVOY, PERRY. Wanda, a play in three 
acts. Russian text. © lc 2-5-46 ; Perry 
Savov, Brooklvn : D unr>. 557. 

SAWYER. ASTRID ROSING. Before dawn. 
See Meidell, Hialmar. 

SAXTON. CHARLES. Straw hat. See Fisk, 
Howard Walter. 

SAYERS, DOROTHY LEIGH. The just ven- 
geance ; the Lichfield festival play for 1946. 
London. Gollancz. 1946. 80 p. 19 V<i cm. 
© 6-14-46 ; lc 8-17-46 ; Dorothy L. Sayers, 
Witham, Essex. Eng. ; D pub. 4600. 

LO SBAGLIO di essere vivo. See Benedetti, 
Aldo de. 

SCANDAL and spice. See Davies, Leslie 
Owen. 

SCANDAL at Barchester. See Wheatley, 
Vera. 



SCANDAL in the fourth dimension. See Dr. 
Christian. No. 373. 

SCANDAL in the neighborhood. See "Curry, 
Marian Stearns. 

THE SCARLET bag. See Johnson, John. 

THE SCARLET hat. See Knipe, Robert. 

SCEARCE, JESSIE M. The secret of a 
scheme, a three act play. © lc 12-11-46 ; 
Jessie M. Scearce, Tacoma ; D unp. 6470. 

SCENE of the crime. See The Lone Ranger. 
No. 2114-1339. 

SCENES in solo. See Hess, Frances Leedom. 

SCHACHTER, LEON. Bigger than Barnum. 
See Rath, Frederick. 

SCHAFER, RUTH. Junior jury. Radio 
script. © lc 11-22-46; Ruth Schafer, 
Chicago ; D unp. 6202. 

SCHARPER, PHILIP. Sascha calls the 
Kremlin. See Monaghan, Leo. 

SCHECHTER. See The eternal light. No. 
15. 

SCHELLENBERG, ELIZABETH TRUFANT. 
Daughter of the moon, a light opera in 
three acts. Text only. © lc 12-9-46 ; 
Elizabeth Trufant Schellenberg, Palos Ver- 
des Estates, Calif. ; D unp. 6548. 

SCHERER, FRANK HERBERT. Tawya, an 
operetta in three acts ; music by Frank 
Scherer, book and lyrics by Fernande Cramp- 
ton. Text and music on separate leaves. 
© lc 10-4-46 ; Frank Herbert Scherer, Up- 
per Montclair, N. J. ; D unp. 1098. 

SCHEYER, PAUL JAY. 

Bedeviled, a melodrama in three acts by 
Paul Shy re [pseud.] and Lauretta Gordon. 
© lc 7-16-46 ; Paul Scheyer, New York ; D 
unp. 4079. 

Tomorrow is January, a play in three 
acts by Paul Shrye [pseud.] © lc 9-4-46; 
Paul Jav Scheyer, New York ; D unp. 4796. 

SCHICK, ELLIOT. 

Manfred, a dramatic spectacle in blank 
verse, in three acts. Based on an adapta- 
tion of Manfred, by Lord Byron. © lc 
12-21-46 ; Elliot Schick, Brooklyn ; D unp. 
6666. 

Shuttle train, an original radio script. 
© lc 11-11-46 ; Elliot Schick, Brooklyn ; D 
unp. 5956. 

SCHICKSAL mit musik. See Stolz, Robert. 
Puppets of fate. 

SCHIFF, CHESTER. Cascade. See Phelps, 
Carol. 

SCHILLER, FRED. Ring twice tonight. 
See Mander, Miles. 

SCHILLER, FRIEDRICH VON. See Schiller, 
Johann Christoph Friedrich von. 

SCHILLER, JOHANN CHRISTOPH FRIED- 
RICH VON. Mary Stuart, a play by Fried- 
rich Schiller ; adapted by Sala Staw and 
Norman McDonald. In three acts. © lc 
5-15-46 ; Sala Staw, New York ; D unp. 
3102. 

SCHILLINGER, EUGENE. 

Anno Domini, a Biblical play in three acts 
and sixteen scenes, based on the New Testa- 
ment. © lc 7-28-46 ; Eugene Schillinger, 
Brooklyn ; D unp. 4319. 

Love seats and suites, a play in three acts. 
© lc 4-4—46 ; Eugene Schillinger, Brooklyn : 
D unp. 2694. 

SCHINDLER, EWALD. Venetian folly. 
See Zoff. Otto. 

SCHINDLER, Mrs. F. H. See Schindler, Ruth 
Arundel Piercy. 

SCHINDLER. RUTH ARUNDEL PIERCY. 
Just last night, a play in three acts by 
Arundel Piercy. © lc 11-23-46 ; Ruth 
Arundel Piercy Schindler, Oreland, Pa. ; D 
unp. 6218. 

DIE SCHLACHT im Warschauer Ghetto. See 
Knoller, Jacob. 

SCHLAPP, JULIA. AH the live murmur, a 
plav in one act. © 8-20-45 : 2c 12-7-45 ; 
Julia Schlapp, Clayton, Mo. ; D pub. 390. 



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SCHLEIER, GERTRUDE. Whistler's code, a 
play in one act. © lc S-27— 46 ; Gertrude 
Schleier, New York ; D unp. 4709. 

SCHLEIFER, MILTON. 

Guess again, a radio script bv Milt Surrey 
[pseud.] © lc 10-26-46 ; Milton Schleifer, 
New York; D unp. 5693. 

The songs of tomorrow, a radio script by 
Milt Surrey [pseud.] © lc 7-24-46, Milton 
Schleifer, New York ; D unp. 4274. 

SCHLINGMAN, MAXINE. One pink Camel- 
lia. See Klein, Ruth. 

SCHMIDT, DOROTHY C. By wagon and flat- 
boat, dramatic adaptation for radio of the 
book of the same name by Enid L. Meadow- 
croft. (Books bring adventure) © lc 
9-25-46 : Dorothy C. Schmidt (Mrs. Wil- 
liam J.) Pasadena, Calif. ; D unp. 5075. 

SCHMIDT, Mrs. WILLIAM J. See Schmidt, 
Dorothy C. 

SCHNAPP, JAY MORTON. Harmony. See 
Barer, Shirley. 

SCHNEIDER, HARRY. 

Columbus and his party before the mon- 
archs, a sketch in one act. © lc 3—24-46 ; 
Harry Schneider, Detroit ; D unp. 2230. 

A Jew in the war for independence, a 
sketch in one act. © lc 2-16-46 ; Harry 
Schneider, Detroit ; D unp. 707. 

SCHNEIDER, HAZEL HARDESTY. En- 
trance strictly private, an original radio 
play. © lc 2-4-46 : Hazel Hardesty 
Schneider, New York ; D unp. 569. 

SCHNEIDER, MAX SAMUEL. Miracle on 
Forgotten street, a play in three acts. 
(Mark of angels) © lc 4-18-46; Max 
Samuel Schneider, Detroit; D unp. 2722. 

SCHNITTKIND, HENRY THOMAS. Steven- 
son dramatized for young people, by Henry 
Thomas [pseud.] Boston, Baker's plays; 
[etc., 1946] 185 p. 19 cm. © 8-7-46; 
2c 8-8-46 : Walter H. Baker co., Boston ; 
D pub. 4545. 

SCHOEN, LEE. Psychoanalysis. See Ex- 
ploring the unknown, Apr. 6, 1946. 

SCHOENBAUM. VERA MARIE. Third 
cousin, a comedy in three acts by Vera 
Mathews [pseud.] © lc 6-2-46, Vera 
Marie Schoenbaum, Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 
D unp. 3348. 

SCHOENFELD, BERNARD C. Mirror on 
the wall, a play in three acts. © lc 5-18- 
46 ; Bernard C. Schoenfeld, New York ; D 
unp. 3357. 

SCHONHERR, KARL. Die weibsteufel,- 
source title. See Gorton, Alfred. At the 
borderline. 

SCHOENWETTER, SYDNEY. Local color, a 
radio play. © lc 4-20-46 ; Svdney Schoen- 
wetter, New York ; D unp. 2726. 

SCHOLL, ROY LOUIS. Christ at Oak Ridge, 
a play in three acts. © lc 1-20-46 ; Roy 
Louis Scholl. Petersburg, O. ; D unp. 260- 

SCHOLTEN GEORGE F. Paris fashions on 
the air. script for fashion show broadcast. 
© lc 8-27-46 : George F. Scholten, New 
York : D unp. 5383. 

SCHONHARD, ROSE. Revolt against the 
machine ; or, Love among the machines. A 
drama in three acts. © lc 2-15-46 ; Rose 
Schonhard. Los Angeles ; D unp. 702. 

SCHOOL daze. See Miller. John R. Practi- 
cally imperfect. 

SCHOOL of radio technique, inc. Oralexicon. 
Lecture, parts 1-8. © lc each 7-3-46 ; 
School of radio technique, inc., New York ; 
- parts 1-2, C 559 ; parts 3-8, C 560. 

SCHOOLDAYS. See Frank, Louis Paul. 

SCHOOLER, LEE. See Schooler, Leon D. 

SCHOOLER, LEON D. Handle with care. A 
musical comedy of sorts, in three acts, by 
Lee Schooler and Larry Warren ; original 
music by Larry Warren, original lyrics by 
Lee Schooler. Text only. © lc 3-13-46 ; 



Laurence C. Warren and Leon D. Schooler, 
Chicago ; D unp. 2113. 

SCHOTTLAENDER, LEO. Prager-platz 3, 
eine treppe ; ein operettenschwank in drei 
acten. Text and music in separate bind- 
ings. © lc 8-18—44; Leo Schottlaender, 
Basel, Switzerland ; D unp. 1118. 

SCHRAGER, J., pseud. See Flescher, Joa- 
chim. 

SCHRAM, JOHN J. MICHAEL. 

Xmas past, a play in one scene. © lc 
3-26-46 ; John J. Michael Schram, New 
York ; D unp. 3165. 

The conference, a revue sketch by Johnny 
Schram. Sketch no. 1. © lc 9-15-46 ; 
John Michael Schram, New York ; D unp. 
4912. 

End of a war. Radio script. © lc 4—24- 
46 ; Johnny Schram, New York ; D unp. 
6442. 

Triangle, a revue sketch by Johnny 
Schram. © lc 9-20-46 ; John Michael 
Schram, New York ; D unp. 5023. 

Vacancy, a dialogue by Johnny Schram. 
© lc 9-20-46 ; John Michael Schram, New 
York; D unp. 5024. 

SCHRAM, JOHNNY. See Schram, John J. 
Michael. 

SCHRAM, RALPH L. The miracle of the Na- 
tivity, a pageant-drama for Christmas. 9 
leaves. © 9-1-46 ; 2c 9-20-46 ; Ralph L. 
Schram, Millbrae, Calif. ; D pub. 5016. 

SCHRAMMECK, ALICE. A quest for truth. 
See Schrammeck, Clifford Thomas. 

SCHRAMMECK, CLIFFORD THOMAS. A 
quest for truth, Feb. 24, 1946. Can a ma- 
terialist believe in God ? A radio discussion 
by Clifford and Alice Schrammeck. © lc 
3-19-46 ; Clifford Thomas Schrammeck, Ta- 
coma ; C 284. 

SCHRANK, JOSEPH. The world and Mr. 
Wilkins, a play in three acts. © lc 4—24- 
46 ; Joseph Schrank, New York ; D unp. 
2795. 

SCHRANK, STUART LIONEL. We are tak- 
ing wooden nickels, a comedy in three acts. 
© lc 12-13-46 ; Stuart Lionel Schrank, 
New York; D unp. 6600. 

SCHROCK, MARGARET. 

Careers in the field of home economics, no. 
1. Radio script. © lc 6-7-46 ; Louise 
Bangham, Margaret E. Schrock and Hulda 
U. Wells, Columbus, O. ; D unp. 3877. 

Child development — extension worker. 
(Careers in the field of home economics, no. 
7) Radio script. © lc 8-30-46 ; Louise 
Bangham, Margaret Schrock and Hulda 
Wells, Columbus, O. ; D unp. 5613. 

Dietetics. (Careers in the field of home 
economics, no. 3) Radio script. © lc 
6-7-46 ; Louise Bangham, Margaret Schrock 
and Hulda Wells, Columbus, O. ; D unp. 
3872. 

For the girl who doesn't plan to attend 
college. (Careers in the field of home eco- 
nomics, no. 8) Radio script. . © lc 8-30— 
46 ; Louise Bangham, Margaret Schrock, 
Hulda Wells, Columbus, O. ; D unp. 5614. 

Home service. (Careers in the field of 
home economics, no. 5) Radio script. © 
lc 6-30-46 ; Louise Bangham, Margaret 
Schrock, and Hulda Wells, Columbus, O. ; D 
unp. 3874. 

Homemaking and teaching. (Careers in 
the field of home economics, no. 2) Radio 
Script. © lc 6-7-46 ; Louise Bangham, 
Margaret Schrock. and Hulda Wells, Colum- 
bus, O. ;.D unp. 3871. 

Research. (Careers in the field of home 
economics, no. 6) Radio script. © lc 
8-30-46 ; Louise Bangham, Margaret 
Schrock and Hulda Wells, Columbus, O. ; 
D unp. 5612. 



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SCHROCK, MARGARET— Continued. 

Retail merchandising. (Careers in the 
field of home economics, no. 4) Radio 
script. © lc 6-7-46 ; Louise Bangham, 
Margaret Schrock and Hulda Wells, Colum- 
bus, O. ; D unp. 3873. 

SCHROEDER, GILLIAT G. Non olet. See 
Mons, Max. 

SCHUBERT, BERNARD S. Lost illusion, a 
play in three acts by Bernard Schubert ; 
based upon the play The great illusion, by 
Bernard Schubert and J. Walter Ruben. 
© lc 6-28-46 ; Bernard S. Schubert, Holly- 
wood ; D unp. 3771. 

SCHUBERT, FRANZ PETER. See Machlis, 
Joe. Franz Schubert, his story and his 
music. 

SCHUMER, ARTHUR. Too many crooks, a 
farce in three acts. © lc 12—4—46 ; Arthur 
Schumer, New York ; D imp. 6401. 

SCHUYLER, ESTERRE, pseud. See Ruplin, 
Esterre W. 

SCHWARTZ, DAVID REUBEN. You'll never 
get rich, a comedy in three acts. © lc 6-14- 
46 ; David Reuben Schwartz, Los Angeles ; 
D unp. 3544. 

SCHWARTZ, GOTTWALD. Mrs. Mathilde 
Wesendonk. See Wagner, Richard. 

SCHWENK, HERBERT JOHN. One page of 
glory, a play in three acts. © lc 1-21—46 ; 
Herbert John Schwenck, New York ; D unp. 
255 

SCHWENK, JOHN ANDREW. The light, a 
play in three acts. © lc 1—4—46 ; John 
Andrew Schwenk, New York ; D unp. 60. 

SCIENCE and history. See Sigerist, Henry E. 

SCIENCE at the front. See Compton, Karl 
Taylor. 

SCIENCE helps Cupid. See Burns, Fred H. 
Studies in crime. No. 8. 

THE SCIENCE of hearing. See Fletcher, 
Harvey. 

THE SCIENCE of heredity. See Painter, T. S. 

THE SCIENCE of the individual. See Hooton, 
Earnest A. 

SCIENTIFIC crime detection. See Exploring 
the unknown, June 2, 1946. 

SCIENTIST claims discovery in atomic explo- 
sives. See Snyder, John Amos. 

SCIENTIST claims new discovery in natural 
nuclear explosives. See Snyder, John Amos. 

SCLERODERMA treated with promin. See 
Wuerthele, Virginia. Case report : Sclero- 
derma treated with promin. 

SCORPION Sam's gold. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. No. 402. 

SCOTT, ASHMEAD E.. JR. Little Miss Flat- 
foot. See Holcomb, H. Lawrence. 

SCOTT, AURELIA GRETHER. Half the 
gladness, a plav in three acts, based on the 
life of Shelley. © lc 10-24-46 : Aurelia 
Grether Scott. Warner, N. H. ; D unp. 5696. 

SCOTT. LAVINIA, pseud. See Evans, Doro- 
thy Gene Godfrey. . 

SCOTT, PAUL, pseud. See Williams, Jo- 
seph A. 

SCOTT, ROBERT. A date with the future. 
See Power, Joe. 

SCOTT, SARI ELIZABETH. Oracle junction, 
a play in three acts. © lc 8-11—46 ; Sari 
Elizabeth Scott, Los Angeles ; D unp. 4522. 

SCOTT free. See Cowley-Brown, Sara. 

SCOUT session. See Morrow, Timothv T. 

SCRAMBLES. See Mason, Harvard R. 

SCRIPT for spring concert of the Nassau 
chorus. See Stone, Roy. 

SCUFFLIN'. See Willis, Moxley Waldo, sr. 

SEA cliff. See Cleveland, Nancv J. 

THE SEA Gull cafe. See Kirschbaum, Ken- 
neth James. 

THE SEARCH. See Jaffey, Betty. 

THE SEARCH for love. See Miller, John E. 

THE SEARCH for Miss United Nations com- 
mences in Brazil. See Fleming, John. 



A SEARCH for the Cisco Kid. See The Cisco 

Kid. No. 31A. 
THE SEAS between. See Mann, Phillip Gren- 

ville. 
SEATTLE repertory playhouse, inc. San Juan 

story. See Taverniti, Helen Stewart. 
THE SECOND death. See Kuhlenberg, Doro- 
thy. 
A SECOND exodus. See The eternal light. 

No. 25. 
SECOND guesser. See Sherman, Harold M. 
THE SECOND hand dragon. See Calvo-Sotelo, 

Joaquin. El dragon de lance. 
SECOND motherland. See Dalven, Rae. 
SECRET agent H2S. See Melford, Austin. 

Your face is familiar and other sketches. 
THE SECRET of a scheme. See Scearce, 

THE SECRET of the flame. See Morrow, 
Timothy T. 

THE SECRET of XR-3. See Murder at mid- 
night. No. 3. 

SECRET service. See Sterne, Martin. T-man. 

SECRET witness. See Hollister, Len D. 

SECRETS of the secret service. See Nathan, 
C. Henry. Carney turns con. 

SECURITIES. See Keeping up with the Wig- 
glesworths. No. 74. 

LE SEDUCTEUR. See Birabeau, Andre\ 

SEE here, Private Hargrove, source title. See 
Freeman. Charles K. The adventures of 
Private Hargrove. 

SEE how they run. See Nathan, C. Henry. 

SEE you in church. See Alschuler, Norman 
Warren. 

SEEBACHER, RHYISSA VAN ROSEN. See 
Van Rosen, Rhyissa. 

THE SEED and the dream. See The eternal 
light. No. 27. 

THE SEED and the sowers. See Canfield, 
Favette Curtis. 

SEEDS of freedom. See Batsford, Benjamin 
F. 

SEEGER, PETER. Hootenanny. See Hawes, 
Bess. 

SEEING life. See Furber, Douglas. My 
longest runs and greatest successes. . 

SEEK my beloved. See Endicott, Paul. 

SEEKENE. See Marchese, Virginia Love- 
land. 

SEEKING after truth. See Green, Horace 
Christma'n. 

SEELING, ANNIE LAURIE. 

A woman's place, a comedy in- three acts. 
© lc 7-17-46 ; Annie Laurie Seeling, New 
York ; D unp. 4651. 

The women have it, a comedy in three 
acts. © lc 10-29-46 ; Annie Laurie Seel- 
ing, Bronxville, N. Y. ; D unp. 5704. 

SEGAL, HARRY. The stars weep, a play in 
three acts. © lc 5-18-46 ; Harry Segall, 
Hollywood ; D unp. 3177. 

SEILER, CONRAD. 

Bachelor's wife, a farce comedy in three 
acts. © lc 8-25-46 ; Conrad Seiler, Holly- 
wood ; D unp. 4700. 

Bachelor's wife, a farce in three acts. 
New York Play club, c 1946. 69 p. 19 
cm. © 10-25-46 ; 2c 11-5-46 ; Conrad 
Seilev, Hollywood ; D pub. 5839. 

Calamity Jane, a comedy in two acts and 
eight scenes. © lc 2-4-46 ; Conrad Seiler 
and Herman Wohl, Hollywood ; D unp. 515. 
How to propose, a farce in one act. © 
lc 9-2-46 ; Conrad Seiler, Hollywood ; D 
unp. 4794. 

How to propose, a farce in one act. New 
York Plav Club. c 1946. 24 p. 19 cm. 
© 11-19-46 ; 2c 11-28-46 ; Conrad Seiler, 
Hollywood; D pub. 6285. 

Two-gun woman, a comedy in two acts 
and eight scenes, based on an idea by Her- 
man Wohl. © lc 3-29-46 ; Conrad Seiler 
and Herman Wohl, Hollywood ; D unp. 2274. 



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See Vocafilm corpo- 



SEITEK, HILDE W. The city slicker, a 
comedy in three acts by H. W. Harding 
[pseud.] and Haven Hubbard. © lc 4-18- 
4(*> ; Hilde W. Seiter and Haven Hubbard, 
New York : D imp. 3333. 

-SEITLIX, JEAN D. As the twig bends, a 
play in prologue and three acts by Jean D. 
Silent [pseud.] © lc 4-26-46, Jean D. 
Seitlin, Miami, Fla. ; D unp. 2847. Prev. 
reg. 9-6-43 : D unp. 85249. 

SELECT THEATRES CORPORATION. The 
blue Danube. See Wood, Cyrus. 

SELECTING Frigidaire salesmen. See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 

SELECTING salesmen. See Jam Handy or- 
ganization, inc. 

SELECTION and employment of personnel. 
See Jam Handy organization, inc. 

SELECTIONS from Bob Hope radio programs. 
See Hope. Bob. 

SELECTIVE volunteer. See Overman, Fred- 
erick. Vaile, jr. 

THE SELFISH giant. See Wilde, Oscar. 

SELFISHNESS, the root. See Pickens, Paul 
L. 

SELIGMAN, PAULA. No road back. See 
Gamble, Raymond Bud. 

SELIGSjOHN, I. J. The stuff will sell. See 
Chafkin, Sol. 

SELINGER, HENRY. See Joyce Jordan, 
M. D. 

SELL up — sell more. See Jam Handy organi- 
zation, inc. 

SELLING ahead of trouble. See Wilding pic- 
ture productions, inc. 

SELLING Frigidaire kitchens. See Jam 
Handy organization, inc. 

SELLING the value. See Vocafilm corpora- 
tion. 

SELLING to the farmer, 
ration. 

SELLS, ALBERT. 

There are flowers enough for all. See 

Bierman, Bernard. 

Walls and the sky, a play in three scenes. 

The dream, an interlude, between scenes two 

and three. © lc 6-8-46 ; Albert Sells, New 

York ; D unp. 3481. 
SEMPER fidelis. See Ornitz, Samuel Badisch. 
THE SENATOR'S wife. See Cooksey, Curtis. 
SENIOR, RAIMOND DELNOCE. Take a 

look ! A musical comedy in two acts by 

Raimond D. Senior and Robert W. Taylor. 

Text only. © lc 7-26-46 ; Raimond Del- 

noce Senior and Robert Walter Taylor, New 

York ; D unp. 4654. 
SENIORELLA. See Kelley, Mary Sullivan. 
SENOR Joe. See Shardell, Paul. 
SENORITA Pancho and the Cisco Kid. See 

The Cisco Kid. No. 75A. 
THE SENORITA'S shoe and the Cisco Kid. 

See The Cisco Kid. No. 100A. 
A SENSE of values. See MacDonald, Dora 

Mary. 

THE SENSITIVE plant. See Kim, Laurence 

Hopill. 
SENTIMENTAL journey. See Lux radio 

theatre, Sept. 23, 1946. 
SEPARATION center. See First nighter, 

Apr. 6, 1946. 
SEREDY, KATE. The singing tree. See 

Off, Dorothy. 
SERGEI Fliegers' Private line to Washington. 

See Fliegers, Sergei. 
•SERGEL. CHRISTOPHER. 

A credit to the family, a comedy in three 

acts by Lee Sherman [pseud.] Chicago, 

Dramatic publishing co. [1946] 85 p. 

diagrs. 18% cm. © 9-14-46 : 2c 9-26-46 ; 

Dramatic publishing co., Chicago; D pub. 

5116. 

Paul splits the ato'm, a comedv in one act. 

Chicago, Dramatic publishing co. [1946]. 

21 p. diagrs. 18y 2 cm. © 11-8-46; 2c 



11-15-46 ; Dramatic publishing co., Chi- 
cago ; D pub. 6066. 

The snowman who wouldn't melt, com- 
edy by Roger Clark [pseud.] Chicago, 
Dramatic publishing co. [1946] 18 p. 18% 
cm. © 9-25-46 ; 2c 10-13-46 ; Dramatic 
publishing co.. Chicago ; D pub. 5350. 
SERREAU, GENEVIEVE. Noel a la roulotte, 
piece en 4 tableaux. Decors et costumes de 
Fabienne Bertoux. Paris, A l'enfant poete 
[1945] 30 p. illus. 19 cm. (Theatre de 
L'enfant poete) © 9-15-45 ; lc 3-2-46 ; A 
l'enfant po&te, Paris ; D pub. 2444. 
SERVANTZ, V. M. See Servantzdiantz, Vag- 

harshag M. 
SERVANTZDIANTZ, VAGHARSHAG M. 
The flight of the swallows, a juvenile oper- 
etta in 1 act, five scenes ; music by V. 
Servantzdiantz ; lyrics by Victoria Gos- 
tanian. Boston, The author, 1946. 27 p. 
illus. (incl. port.) 32% cm. Armenian text. 
Title transliterated : Dsidsarneroo kaghte. 
© 10-5-46 ; 2c 10-8-46 ; Vagharshag 
Servantzdiantz, Boston ; D pub. 1116. 
Prev. reg. Dsidsarneroo kaghte, 8—13—41 ; 
D unp. 76030. 

SERVE 'em and sell 'em. See Wilding picture 
productions, inc. 

SERVICE— the key to satisfied owners. -See 
Braasch, William K. 

SERVOR, GISELE, pseud. See Quantin, Suz- 
anne. 

SET the pace. See Vocafilm corporation. 

SETTLEMENT House. See Wilderman, 
Louis H. 

SEVEN keys to comfort. See Jam Handy or- 
ganization, inc. 

SEVEN who were ordained. See The eternal 
light. No. 30. 

THE SEVENTH age. See Hall, John David- 
son. 

THE SEVENTH angel. See Mann, Klaus. 

THE SEVENTH Isle. See Johnn-St. Johnn, 
Allison. Kingsson Nichols. 

THE SEVENTH mystery : War, why must it 
be? See Ferguson, William Irwin. 

SEVERANCE, MARGARET. The torch, a 
plav in three acts by Paul and Margaret 
Severance. © lc 6-1-46 ; Margaret Sever- 
ance, Cha-ttanoosra : new matter : revisions 
and additions : D unp. 5949. Pre. reg. La- 
favette. 4-7-24: D unp. 67354. 

SEVERANCE, PAUL. 

Lightly row, a comedy in three acts. © 
lc 5-17-46; Paul Severance, New York; D 
unr>. 3140. 

The torch. See Severance, Margaret. 

SEVERIN. BETTIE. Christmas bells. See 
Moser, Marian. 

SEWER Wedd and Medallion. See McPher- 
snn, Margaret I. 

THE SEWING circle. See Patten, Elva 
Maude. 

SEYMOUR, ADELE. See General mills, inc. 

SEYMOUR, KATHERINE. See General mills, 
inc. 

SHADES of green. See Cathey, Ralph. 

THE SHADOW. (Radio program) 

Scripts in this series. © Street and Smith 
publications, inc., New Y T ork. 

Dec. 23, 1945. Three crimes on Christ- 
mas eve, by Joe Bates Smith. © lc 1-4-46 ; 
D unp. 49. 

Dec. 30, 1945. Back from the grave, by 
Frank Kane. © lc 1-4-46 ; D unp. 50. 

Jan. 6, 1946. The creature that kills, by 

Tom Everett. © lc 1-12-46 ; D unp. 192. 

Jan. 13, 1946. Murder in the carnival, 

by Joe Bates Smith. © lc 1-16-46 ; D unp. 

228. 

Jan. 20, 1946. The curse of the cat, by 
Lawrence Crowley. © lc 1-30-46 ; D unp. 
528. 



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THE SHADOW — Continued. 

Jan. 27, 1946. Dream of death, by Eric 
Arthur. © lc 1-30-46 ; D unp. 527. 

Feb. 3, 1946. Murder with music, by Joe 
Bates Smith. © lc 2-8-46 ; D unp. 592. 

Feb. 10, 1946. The living head, by Frank 
Kane. © lc 2-26-46 ; D unp. 851. 

Feb. 17, 1946. Murder for money, by Joe 
Bates Smith. © lc 2-26-46 ; D unp. 852. 

Feb. 24, 1946. The hiss of death, by Joe 
Bates Smith. © lc 2-27-46 ; D unp. 875. 

Mar. 3, 1946. Island of ancient death, by 
Gibson Scott Fox. © lc 3-12-46 ; D unp. 
2201. 

Mar. 10, 1946. The ghost without a face, 
by Joe Bates Smith. © lc 3-14-46 ; D unp. 
2202. 

Mar. 17, 1946. Etched with acid, by 
Frank Kane. © lc 3-21-46 ; D unp. 2357. 

Mar. 24, 1946. The walking corpse, by 
Eric Arthur. © lc 3-29-46 ; D unp. 2356. 

Mar. 31, 1946. Mind over murder, by 
Joe Bates Smith. © lc 4-2-46 ; D unp. 
2353. 

Apr. 7, 1946. The ghost wore a silver 
slipper, by Lawrence Crowley. © lc 4-11- 
46 ; D unp. 2708. 

Apr. 14, 1946. The unburied dead, by 
Frank Kane. © lc 4-18-46 ; D unp. 2770. 

Apr. 21, 1946. Gorilla man, by Joe Bates 
Smith. © lc 4-25-46 ; D unp. 2790. 

Apr. 28. 1946. The dreams of death, by 
Stedman Coles. © lc 5-3-46 ; D unp. 2892. 

May 5, 1946. The white witchman of 
Lawaiki, by Joe Bates Smith. © lc 5-10- 
46 ; D unp. 3276. 

May 12, 1946. The bride wore black, by 
Joe Bates Smith. © lc 5-28-46 ; D unp. 
3621. 

May 17, 1946. The touch of death, by 
Stedman Coles. © lc 5-28-46 ; D unp. 
3620. 

May 26, 1946. They kill with a silver 
hatchet, by Joe Bates Smith. © lc 6-14- 
46 : D unp. 3804. 

June 2, 1946. Death in a minor key, by 
Tom Wilson. © lc 6-14-46 ; D unp. 3805. 

Sept. 8, 1946. Vampires prowl by night, 
by Gibson Scott Fox. © lc 10-23-46 ; D 
unp. 5636. 

Sept. 15', 1946. The killer on High Cliff 
road, by Joe Bates Smith. © lc 10-23-46 ; 
D unp. 5639. 

Sept. 22, 1946. Die, lover, die ! By Gib- 
son Scott Fox. © lc 10-23-46 ; D unp. 
5638. 

Sept. 29. 1946. Death rides the merry- 
go-round, by Joe Bates Smith. © lc 10-23- 
46 ; D unp. 5637. 

Oct. 13, 1946. The valley of living ter- 
ror, by Joe Bates Smith. © lc 10-23-46 ; 
D unp. 5640. 

Oct. 20, 1946. Blood money, by Frank 
Kane. © lc 10-23-46 ; D unp. 5641. 

Oct. 27, 1946. Cave of the Zombies, by 
William Morwood. © lc 11-15-46 ; D unp. 
6209. 

Nov. 3, 1946. Murder for blackmail, by 
Stedman Coles. © lc 11-15-46; D unp. 
6210. 

Nov. 10. 1946. The corpse without a 
skin, by Gibson Scott Fox. © lc 11-15-46 ; 
D uAp. 6211. 

Nov. 17, 1946. The phantom of the 
haunted steeple, by Evan Wylie. © lc 12— 
10-46 ; D unp. 6487. 

Nov. 24, 1946. Gang doctor, bv Frank 
Kane. © lc 12-10-46 ; D unp. 6488. 

Dec. 1, 1946. Makeup for murder, by Joe 
Bates Smith. © lc 12-10-46 ; D unp. 6489. 
SHADOW dance. See Levinson, Arthur The- 
odore. 
A SHADOW for the Cisco Kid. See The 
Cisco Kid. No. 56A. 



SHADOW of the rainbow. See Caveney, Ed- 
ward Webster. 
THE SHADOW on the sun. See Gray, Henry 

David. 
THE SHADOW people. See Barry, Irving. 
SHADOW'S night out. See Caton, Dorothv 
Webber. Special-day plays and flashlight 
fun. 
SHADOWS of the manger. See Stury, Alfred 

Frantz. 
SHADOWS on the pond. See Quinto, Eleanor 

Marie Bear. Experiment in color. 
SHAFFER, ISIDOR. Personalities — lost and 
found. Audition script. © 1 c. 11-21-45 ; 
Isidor Shaffer, Flushing, N. Y. ; C 100. 
SHAFTER. OTTO. All God's children, a 
comedy drama in three acts. © lc 3-24-45 ; 
Otto Shatter, Hollywood ; D unp. 5528. 
THE SHAGGY dog. See Miller, Albert G. 
SHAINDELLAH. See Leib, Sol. 
SHAKE hands with the devil. See Accola, 

. Harvey. 
SHAKE hands with Victor. See Newman, 

Benjamin W. » 

SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

Hamlet, source title. See MacKaye, 
Percy. The ghost of Elsinore. 

Hard on the bard. See McGuire,»Karl. 
Henry IV, source title. See Flatter, 
Richard R. Falstaff. 

Henry VI, source title. See McCurdey, 
Catharine Miller. Joan of Arc. 

Macbeth, a play by William Shakespeare, 
acting version and adaptation in three acts 
by Richard Baer. © lc 11-26-46 ; Richard 1 
Baer, Los Angeles ; D unp. 6222. 

Maurice Evans' G. I. production of Ham- 
let, by William Shakespeare. Acting edi- 
tion, with a preface by Mr. Evans. De-" 
signer's sketches by Frederick Stover. Gar- 
den City, N. Y., Doubleday, 1947 [i. e. 1946] 
187, [4] p. front, (port.) illus., plates. 
20 cm. © 12-5-46 ; 2c 12-8-46 ; Maurice' 
Evans, New York ; D pub. 6611. 

The merchant of Venice, a drama in five 
acts abridged by Benjamin H. Lewis. © lc 
5-21-46 : Benjamin H. Lewis, Stockton, 
Calif. ; D unp. 3895. 

Pericles, source title. See Heine, Arthur. 
Pericles, prince of Tyre. 

Romeo and Juliet, source title. See Mc- 
Curdey, Catharine Millar. The friar's : 
potion. 

Timon of Athens, source title. See 
Meyers, Daniel A. Mr. Pushover of New 
York. 
SHAM and Rock. See Baker, Paul Hamilton. 
SHAKESPEARE'S rose. See Williams, Eve- 
lyn. 
THE SHAMANESS. See Challenge of the 

Yukon. No. 419. 
SHANAPHY, J. LEE. See Shanaphy, John 1 

Leo Anthony. 
SHANAPHY, JOHN LEO ANTHONY. Thir- 
teen o'clock, a play in three acts by J. Lee 
Shanaphy. © lc 8-31-46; John Leo An- 
thony Shanaphy, Jersey City ; D unp. 4770. 
SHANKER, SIDNEY MORRIS. 

Let my people go, a play in three acts. 
© lc 1-22-46 ; Sidney Morris Shanker, 
Brooklyn ; D unp. 291. 

The patriarch, a drama in three acts. 
© lc 1-22-46 ; Sidney Morris Shanker, 
Brooklyn ; D unp. 290. 

Rome billet, a play in three acts. © lc 
1-22-46 ; Sidney Morris Shanker, Brooklyn ; 
D unp. 289. 

Villa Berat, a play in three acts. © lc 
8-27-46 ; Sidney Shanker, Brooklyn ; D unp. 
4712. 
SHAPING your future. See Wilding picture 

productions, inc. 
SHARDELL, PAUL. Sefior Joe, a modern ro- 
mantic operetta in two acts bv Paul Shar- 
dell and Chirles Dorrey. Libretto and 



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music in separate volumes. © lc 3-30-46 ; 
Paul Shardell and Charles Dorrey, Brook- 
lyn ; D imp. 1032. 
SHARKEY, RITA. The trial of John Cor- 
win, dramatization of a court scene, by Rita 
Sharkey and R. M. Carlton. To be incor- 
porated in a book entitled Famous murder 
and crime trials. © lc 8-27-46 ; Richard 
Morgenstern, .Newark, N. J. ; D unp. 4714. 

THE SHARP-SHOOTER. See Challenge of 
the Yukon. No. 437. 

SHARPE, PAULINE. 

Americans sing for their independence. 
Radio script. © lc 7-2-46 ; Pauline Sharpe, 
Brooklyn ; D uup. 3826. 

Americans sing to free their brothers, an 
anthology of American prose, poetry, a?nd 
music based on the Civil war of the United 
States. Radio script, ©lc 7-2-46 ; Paul- 
ine Sharpe, Brooklyn ; D unp. 3828. 

Masquerade, a film script. © lc 11- 
18-46 ; Pauline Sharpe, Brooklyn ; D unp. 
5974. 

New York scrapbook. Television script. 
© lc 10-9-46 ; Pauline Sharpe, Brooklyn ; 
C 861. 

The other fella's cap, a fifteen-minute 
television drama. © lc 10-9—46 ; Pauline 
Sharpe, Brooklyn"; D unp. 5939. 

Percy requests a transfer from the queen. 
Radio script. © lc 7-2-46 ; Pauline Sharpe, 
Brooklyn ; D unp. 3829. 

We planned for another baby. Radio 
script. © lc 7-2-46 ; Pauline Sharpe, 
Brooklyn ; D unp- 3827. 

SHARPLES, WINSTON. 

Doc the Clock, the breakfast-time friend ; 
music by Winston Sharpies ; words by Mur- 
ray and Sylvia Winant. Recording script. 
Text and music of the songs on separate 
leaves. © lc 4-29-46 ; Winant produc- 
tions, inc., New York : D unp. 1041. 

Happity-Appetite, the lunch-time friend ; 
music by Winston Sharpies, words by Mur- 
ray and Sylvia Winant. Recording script. 
Text and music of the songs on separate 
leaves. Application title : Happity-yap- 
pity-Appetite. © lc 4-29-46 ; Winant 
productions, inc., New York ; D unp. 1042. 

Sip-Sip Supper, the supper-time friend ; 
music by "Winston Sharpies; words by Mur- 
ray and Sylvia Winant. Recording script. 
Text and music of the songs on separate 
leaves. © lc 4—29—46 ; Winant productions, 
inc., New York ; D unp. 1043. 

SHATTUCK (PRANK G.) COMPANY. Spe- 
cial service. Slide film script by Robert O. 
Youngson. © lc 5-1-46 ; Frank G. Shat- 
tuck co.. New York : C 524. 

SHAW, ARTIE, The Pied Piper of Hamelin, 
a dramatic musical composition freely 
adapted from the poem by Robert Browning ; 
music and adaptation by Artie Shaw and 
Benton Cole. Text and music on separate 
leaves. © lc 8—25—46 : Winfield music, inc., 
New York : D unp. 1085. 

SHAW. CHARLES G. The selfish giant. See 
Wilde, Oscar. 

SHAW, IRWIN. The assassin, a play in three 
acts. New York, Random house [19461 158 
p. 21 cm. © 3-20-46 : 2r 3-14-46 : Irwin 
Shaw, New York ; D pub. 2337. Prev. reg. 
3-23-44 ; D unp. 88486. 

SHAYESON, FRANCIS EMILIE. 

The glass slipper, an original comedy- 
drama in two acts. © lc 7—25-46 ; Frances 
EmiTfe Shayeson, Chicago ; D unp. 4285. 

Ladie* in waiting, a drama in three acts. 
© lc 11-18-46 ; Frances Emil