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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Third Series 



VOLUME 3, PARTS 3-4, NUMBER 1 



Dramas and Works Prepared 
for Oral Delivery 



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COPYRIGHT OFFICE 
THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

WASHINGTON 25, D. C. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

Third Series 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

THIRD SERIES 

TABLE OF ORGANIZATION 

Price per 

semiannual 

issue 

Part 1 A Books $1. 50 

A Books and selected pamphlets. 

AF Books in foreign languages published abroad. 

AI Books in the English language first published abroad. 

Part IB Pamphlets, Serials and Contributions to Periodicals 1. 50 

AA Pamphlets and serials, also books not included in Part lA. 
B5 Contributions to periodicals. 

Part 2 Periodicals 1. 00 

B Periodicals. 

Parts 3 6? 4 Dramas and Works Prepared for Oral Delivery 1. 00 

C Lectures and other works prepared for oral delivery. 

DP Published dramatic and dramatico-musical works. 
DU Unpublished dramatic and dramatico-musical works. 

Part 5A Published Music 1. 50 

EF Musical compositions published abroad. 

EP Musical compositions pubHshed in the United States. 

Part 5B Unpublished Music 1. 50 

EU Unpublished music. 

Part 6 Maps 50 

F Maps. 

Parts 7-11 A Works of Art, Reproductions of Works of Art, Scientific and 

Technical Drawings, Photographic Works, Prints and Pictorial 
Illustrations 1. 00 

GP Published works of art and designs for works of art. 

GU Unpublished works of art and designs for works of aft. 

H Reproductions of works of art published in the United 

States. 

HF Reproductions of works of art published abroad. 

IP Published drawings or plastic works of a scientific or tech- 

nical character. 

lU Unpublished drawings or plastic works of a scientific or 
technical character. 

JP Published photographs. 

JU Unpubhshed photographs. 

K Prints and pictorial illustrations, published in the United 

States. 

KF Prints and pictorial illustrations published abroad. 

Part llB Commercial Prints and Labels 1. 00 

KK Commercial prints and labels. 

Parts 12 &? 13 Motion Pictures 50 

LP Published motion picture photoplays. 

LU Unpublished motion picture photoplays. 

MP Published motion pictures other than photoplays. 

MU Unpublished motion pictures other than photoplays. 

Part 14A Renewal Registrations — Literature, Art, Film 50 

R Renewal registrations. 

Part 14B Renewal Registrations — Music 1. 00 

R Renewal registrations. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 
Third Series 

VOLUME 3, PARTS 3-4, NUMBER 1 



Dramas and Works Prepared 
for Oral Delivery 



JANUARY-JUNE 

1949 



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COPYRIGHT OFFICE 
THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

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PREFACE 



THIS part of the Catalog of Copyright Entries con- 
tains an alphabetical list of the dramas and works 
prepared for oral delivery which were registered in 
the Copyright Office in Classes C and D from Janu- 
, ary 1, 1949, through June 30, 1949, and also selected 
dramas registered in Class A during the same period. 
Approximately ninety percent of the works regis- 
tered in Class C are scripts for radio programs, tele- 
vision productions, motion pictures, or phonograph 
records. Similar scripts, essentially dramatic in 
nature, are sometimes registered in Class D, as 
either published or unpublished works. Approxi- 
mately eighteen percent of the dramatic composi- 
tions listed in this issue are published works. 
Renewal registrations in these classes made in this 
period are listed in Part 14A. 

Arrangement and Entry. — All entries are 
arranged in one alphabet, which includes cross 
references from titles, editors, translators, claimants, 
other contributing authors, and, in the case of 
dramatic works based upon works by other authors, 
from the authors and titles of those original works. 
The main entry for each work is under author, except 
for radio and television programs which are entered 
under the title of the program. 

Copyright Data. — The portion of the entry 
giving facts of copyright registration begins with the 
copyright symbol © and consists of the name of the 
claimant, the date of publication as given in the 
application (for published works) or the abbrevia- 
tion ""Ic,"' followed by the date of receipt of one 
copy (for unpublished works), and the copyright 
registration number. 

Deposit of Copies. — In the case of every copy- 
right entry listed in this part of the Catalog, the 
deposit of copies (or copy) as required by Title 17, 
U. S. C, sees. 12, 13, or 215 has been made. Foreign 
works for which two copies have been deposited 
under sec. 215, are distinguished by a registration 
number, the first digit of which is a zero. 

Authority. — The Catalog of Copyright Entries 
is published by authority of Title 17, U. S. C, sees. 
210 and 211. Section 210 provides that the Catalog 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evi- 
dence of the facts stated therein as regards any copy- 
right registration." 

Organization of the Catalog. — This issue of 



the Catalog is part of Volume 3 of the Third Series. 
The parts are numbered according to the alphabeti- 
cal sequence of classes as listed in Title 17, U. S. C, 
sec. 5. Letters are added to the part numbers to 
indicate subdivisions. 

The classes of material principally contained in 
each part are listed, together with their respective 
symbols, under the title of the part in the Table of 
Organization which faces the title page in this issue. 
In each, the first letter of the symbol is that of the 
class under which registration is made; the second, if 
any, is a designation added by the Copyright Office 
for purposes of statistical analysis of registrations. 
The symbol R does not represent a class designated 
by the Copyright Act, but has been adopted by the 
Copyright Office to distinguish renewal copyright 
registrations. Some parts also contain registrations 
made under other symbols if the subject matter or 
type of material of these registrations is similar to 
that generally included in the part. 

Orders. — The Office calls attention to the fact 
that orders for all parts of the Catalog should 
henceforward be sent directly to the Register of 
Copyrights, Library of Congress, Washington 25, 
D. C. Orders may be placed as follows: (1) as 
subscriptions to continue until further notice, or 
(2) as orders for individual issues. All orders 
should state clearly the title and inclusive dates of 
the issues wanted. For the convenience of sub- 
scribers, payment may be made either in advance 
(accompanying the order) or upon receipt of an 
invoice from the Copyright Office. Checks or 
money orders should he made payable to the Register 
of Copyrights. 

The price of each individual number of the Catalog 
is given in the Table of Organization. The annual 
subscription rate for each part is twice the price of 
a single number, since all parts are issued semi- 
annually. The complete Catalog of Copyright En- 
tries for one year may be secured on a subscription 
basis for $20. 

Inquiries. — The Copyright Office welcomes 
inquiries, suggestions, and comments on the content 
and organization of the Catalog. Please address 
communications of this nature to the Chief of the 
Cataloging Division, Copyright Office, Library of 
Congress, Washington 25, D. C. 



ABBREVIATIONS 

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

aka — also known as pseud. — pseudonym 

c (followed by — the year of publication given in prev. reg. — previously registered 

date) copyright notice pt. — part 

© — copyright claimed by pub. — publisher, published, publishing 

comp. — compiled by, compiler rev. — ^revised by, reviser, revision 

dba — doing business as ta — trading as 

ed. — edited by, editor, edition tr. — translator, translated by 

Ic — one copy deposited v., vol. — volume, volumes 

p. —page, pages 

COPYRIGHT REGISTRATIONS OF DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED 

FOR ORAL DELIVERY 

January- June 1949 

Class C — Lectures and other works prepared for oral delivery 597 

Class D — Published dramatic and dramatico-musical works 396 

Unpublished dramatic and dramatico'musical works 2, 400 

Total 3, 393 

The above figures show the registrations for dramas and works prepared for oral delivery for January- 
June 1949, but do not necessarily represent the exact number of entries in this issue of the Catalog. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 

An alphabetical list of dramatic compositions registered during the period covered 
by this issue. The list includes, in addition to dramas, scripts for radio programs 
television productions, motion pictures, and phonograph records. Works are listed 
under author except for radio and television programs, which are entered under the 
title of the program. Cross references from titles, claimants, editors, translators, 
etc. are included in their alphabetical place. 



A &P country store. DU18811. SEE 
Ascher, Maury, 

ABBA, Marta. SEE MUlikin, Marta Abba. 

ABBOTT, Bruce, pseud. SEE Reach, James. 

ABBOTT, Dorothy, pseud, SEE Yale, 
Elsie Duncan, 

ABBOTT, GERALD, 
Prove your talent, a radio program. 
[Sample script] £ Gerald Abbott; 
Ic 22Mar49;C3563. 

ABBOTT, NINA. 
Dialect cuttings for auditions [for] women. 
Sixteen short excerpts from well-known 
plays. London, S. French [1948], 19 p. 
® Samuel French, ltd,; lDec48; DP17961. 

ABDICATION. DU19529. SEE Lowe, Helen 
Tracy Porter. 

ABEGG, Carl Julius. 
Der unsichtbare Weg. DP18710. SEE 
Malatesta, Luigi. 

ABEL, ROBERT. 
The Samson slasher, a drama in three acts, 
by Bob Abel. © Robert Abel; Ic 4Jan48: 
DU17873. 

ABILENE traU. DU19038. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2508-1733. 

ABRAHAMS, Mortimer. 
Telemag. DU20069. SEE Siegel, Marc M. 

ABRASHKLN, RAYMOND. 
Funniest song in the world. [Recording 
script] ® Young People's Records, inc.; 
Ic 9Feb49;DU18464. 
The little cowboy [Recording script] By 
Raymond Abrasnkin and Peter Gordon 

tpseud.^ of Judith Sidorsky ] S Young 
'eople's Records, inc.; Ic ljun49; 
DU20342. 

The runaway sheep, [Recording script] 
By John Michaels [pseud. ] © Young 
People's Records, inc.; Ic lTun49; 
DU20344. 

Winter fun. DU20339. SEE Sidorsky, 
Judith. 

SEE ALSO Andrews, Daniel. 
Works by Raymond Abrashkin in colla- 
boration with Judith Sidorsky written under 
the pseud., Daniel Andrews, are entered 
under the pseud. 

THE ABSOLUTE at large. SEE Hanig, 
David, God in the cellar, DU20099. 

ACACIA Avenue. DP18360. SEE Constan- 
duros Mabel (Tilling) 

ACCIDENTAL music. DU18940. SEE Brill, 
Klaus. 

ACCOUNT closed. DU18087. SEE Mair, 
Mary Emma. 



ACHIEVEMENTS. DP19093. 
Mary Frances Read. 



SEE Doht, 



ACKERMAN, MARGUERITE. | 

The bunnykins, a story arranged for L' 
recording, by Marguerite Meadows 
[pseud.] © Marguerite Ackerman; 
Ic 26Nov48; DU18687. 
Easter morn, a story arranged for radio 
and records by Marguerite Meadows 
[pseud.] © Marguerite Ackerman; 
Ic 26Nov48; DU18686. 

THE ACT of Maggie. DU19571. SEE 
Finch, John Marshall. 



ACTION autographs. DU19379. 
Brand, Jack William. 



SEE 



THE ACTOR'S STUDIO (Television pro- 
gram) Scripts in this series are by 
various authors. © World Video, inc. 



6. Oct. 31, 1948. The inexperienced 
ghost, by Kermit Love and Robert 
Moore. Adapted from the original 
work by H. G. Wells. © Ic 30Dec48; 
DU17787. 

15. Jan. 2, 1949. A day in town, by 

Ben Zavin. Adapted from the original 
work by Ernest Haycox. © Ic 30Dec48; 
DU17790. 

16. Jan. 9, 1949. I'm no hero, by Douglas 
Wood Gibson. Adapted from the original 
work by Henry Kane. © Ic lljan49; 
DU17987. 

17. Jan. 16, 1949. The little wife, by 
David Shaw. Adapted from the story by 
William March [pseud, of William 
Edward March Campbell] © Ic 3Feb49; 
DU18398. 

IB. Jan. 23, 1949. The lady in 142, by 
Michael Zeamer. Adapted from the 
story by James Thurber. © Ic 3Feb49; 
DU18399. 

20. Feb. 6, 1949. Jim Pemberton and his 
boy Trigger, by Howard Rodman. Adapted 
from the original work by William 
Saroyan. © Ic 3Feb49; DU18402. 

20. Feb. 6, 1949. Jim Pemberton and his 
boy Trigger, by Howard Rodman. Adapted 
from the original work by William 
Saroyan. © Ic 8Feb49; DU18447. 

21. Feb. 13, 1949. Zone of quiet, Ity David 
Shaw. Adapted from the original work 
by Ring Lardner. © Ic 16Feb49; 
DU18577. 

22. Feb. 20, 1949. The tell-tale heart, 
by Howard Rodman. Adapted from the 
story by Edgar Allan Poe. © Ic 23Feb49; 
DU18767. 

24. Mar. 6, 1949. Joe McSween's atomic 
machine, by Michael Zeamer. Adapted 
from the original work by Richard B. 
Gehman. © Ic 14Mar49; DU19115. 

25. Mar. 13, 1949. Dead man, by Ben 
Zavin. Adapted from the original work 
by James M. Cain. © Ic 18Mar49; 
DU19159. 

26. Mar. 24, 1949. Concerning a woman of 
sin, by David Shaw. Adapted from the 
story by Ben Hecht. © Ic 31Mar49; 
DU19325. 

27. Mar. 31, 1949. Three o'clock, by 
Kenneth Bunning. Adapted from the 




original work by Cornell Woolrich. 
© Ic lLApr49;DU19515. 

28. April 7, 1949. A reputation, by 
Howard Rodman. Adapted from a 

story by Richard Connell. © Ic 19Apr49; 
DU19627. 

29, Apr. 14, 1949. I can't breathe, by 
David Shaw. Adapted from an original 
work by Ring Lardner. © Ic 21Apr49; 
DU19659. 



ADAIR, JACK. 
Your home town minstrel show, 
Adair; lNov48; DP 17990. 



© Jack 



ADAIR, TED, 

,.The case of the covered Venus, a farcical 
musico-mystery by Ted Adair and George 
Karle, [Text only] © Ted Adair, George 
Karle; fc 14Feb49; DU18893, 
The case of the purloined poil, a farcical 
musico-mystery by Ted Adair and George 
Karle, [Text only] © Ted Adair, George 
Karle; Ic 25jan49; DU18352, 

ADAIR, Thomas M. SEE The Shadow 
(Radio program) 

ADAM, JOSEPH. 
Henny Penny; or. Chicken Little. A 
children's operetta in two acts. Boston, 
C. C. Birchard [1949]. 28 p. © C. C. 
Birchard & Co.; 25Mar49; DP19286. 

ADAMS C. B. 
AU's fair, a sentimental comedy in three 
acts. New York Play Club, cl948. 
98 p. (A Play Club selection, no. 19) 
© The Play Club; lDec48; DP18281. 



ADAMS, Lee R. 
Howdy stranger! DU20260. 
Flautz, John T. 



SEE 



ADAMSON, Edward J. SEE The Shadow 
(Radio program) 

ADAPTATION of color principles in the 
home, C3629, SEE Ross, Laurette 
Lacey. Practical home decoration, 
no. 2. 

ADDIN^ELL, RICHARD. 
Alice s adventures in Wonderland, and 
Through the looking-glass, by Lewis 
Carroll [pseud.] Dramatised by Clemence 
Dane [pseud.] with music by Richard 
Addinsell. London, S. French [19481 
63 p. (French's acting edition, no. 2331) 
Text only. © Samuel French, ltd.; 
rDec48;DP19092. 

ADELINA, la figlia dell'albergatrice. 
DU18794. SEE Rosato, Marco Carmine. 

ADELINE'S adventures. DU18134. SEE 
Bucky, Frida Sarsen, 

ADELSON, LEONE. 
The sleepy family. [Script] © Leone 
Adelson; Ic ljun49; DU20349. 

ADEMY, JOHN JOSEPH 
Nocturne. Two verses for a radio program. 
© John Ademy; Ic 10Mar49; DU19017. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



ADLER. MARJORIE DXJHAN. 
Love for sale, a comedy in three acts. 
© Marjorie Duhan Adler; Ic 15jun49; 
DU20390. 

ADLER, PAUL F. 
In person, an audience participation 

program by Paul F. Adler, from an 

outline form by Richard Bernstein. 

© Paul F. Adler; Ic 7Dec48; DU17823. 
Your Canada, a radio program. Script 

no. 2. © Paul F. Adler; Ic 7Dec48; 

DU17824. 

ADMIRAL Corporation. 
Admiral television shorts. DU19843, 

DU20101, SEE Wilding Picture 

Productions, inc. 
Television shorts. DU18383. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

ADMIRAL television shorts. DU19843 
DU20101. SEE Wilding Picture Produc- 
tions, inc. 

ADRIANNE. DU20369. SEE Gottlieb, 
Seymour. 

ADVANCE design for '49. C3425. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

ADVENTURE. DU19982. SEE Maray, 
Sandor. 

ADVENTURE in quarantine. DU20354. SEE 
Little Herman, no. 22. 

ADVENTURE in Selkirk. DU20010. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 654. 

THE ADVENTURE of the rival captain, 
DU19279. SEE The Adventures of Frank 
Merriwell, no. 122. 

THE ADVENTURE of the sleepwalking 
turtle. DU19186, SEE Tarpley, Kenneth 
Jackson. 

THE ADVENTURE of the speckled band, 
DU18523. SEE Your Show Time (Tele- 
vision program) 

ADVENTURE parade. DU19304. SEE Line, 
Francis Raymond. Television scripts. 

ADVENTURE unlimited. DU19308. SEE 
Line, Francis Raymond. Television scripts. 

ADVENTURES in Atom Space Land. DU18501. 
SEE Templeton, Mrs. Claiborne. 

THE ADVENTURES of Benny Brim. C3295, 
SEE Davis, Muse. 

THE ADVENTURES of Daniel Boone. DU20418. 
SEE Glazer, Tom. 

' THE ADVENTURES of Dr. Dangerfield. 
DU19409. SEE Golden, Myron M. 

THE ADVENTURES OF FRANK MERRIWELL 
(Radio program) Scripts in this series are 
by Gilbert and Ruth Braun and William 
Welch. © Harvan Barr Patten, 

109. Oct. 30, 1948. The blundering soph- 
omores. © Ic 18Jan49;DU18180. 

110. Nov. 6, 1948. The doubtful alibi. 
© Ic 4Apr49;DU19437. 

111. Nov. 13, 1948. The front page 
story, © ic 28Mar49;DU19273. 

112. Nov. 20, 1948. The senior dinner. 
© Ic 28Mar49;DUl9274. 

113. Nov. 27 1948. The surprise play. 
© Ic 18Jan49;DU18176. 

114. Dec. 4, 1948. The duplicate dean, 
© Ic 18Jan49;DU18177. 

115. Dec. 11, 1948. The bench warmer. 
© Ic 18jan49;DU18178. 

116. Dec. 18, 1948. Quarantined. © Ic 
18jan49;DU18179. 

118. Jan. 8, 1949. Gold fever. © Ic 
28Mar49;DU19275. 

119. Jan. 15, 1949. The snow trap. © Ic 
28Mar49;DU19276. 



120. Jan. 22, 1949. The double test, 
© Ic 28Mar49:DU19277. 

121. Jan. 29, 1949. The dangerous quest. 
© Ic 28Mar49;DUl9278. 

122. Feb. 5, 1949, The adventure of the 
rival captain. © Ic 28Mar49; DU19279. 

123. Feb. 12, 1949. The mystery of Green 
HUl. © Ic 29Mar49;DU19280. 

124. Feb. 19, 1949. Kid brother trouble. 
© Ic 29Mar49;DU19281. 

125. Feb. 26, 1949. The incriminating 
papers. © Ic 29Mar49; DU19282. 

126. Mar. 5, 1949. The championship 
game. © Ic 7jun49; DU20305. 

127. Mar. 12, 1949. Danger on the 
river. © Ic 7jun49; DU20306. 

128. Mar. 19, 1949. The boomerang 
pitch. © Ic 7Jun49; DU20307. 

129. Mar. 26, 1949. The unexpected 
game. © Ic 7Jun49; DU20308. 

130. Apr. 2, 1949.. The AprU shower 
adventure. © Ic 7jun49; DU20309. 

131. Apr. 9, 1949. The missing witness.. 
© Ic 6Jun49;DU20275. 

132. Apr. 16, 1949. The urgent errand. 
© Ic 6jun49;DU20276. 

133. Apr. 23, 1949. The test game, 
© Ic 6jun49;DU20277. 

134. Apr. 30^ 1949. The sawdust ad- 
venture. © Ic 6jun49;DU20278. 

135. May 7, 1949. The vagabond pitcher. 
© Ic 6Jun49;DU20279, 

136. May 14, 1949. The loser's challenge. 
© Ic 6Jun49;DU20280. 

13 7. May 21, 1949. The disappearing 
runner. © Ic 6Jun49; DU20281, 

THE ADVENTURES OF HOMER HERK 
(Television program) Scripts in this series 
are by Patrick F. Sammon, with original 
music by Gordon Pace. [Text and music 
on separate leaves] © Patrick F. Sammon, 
Gordon Pace. 

1. An Egyptian conniption. © Ic 6Apr49- 
DU19422. 

2. Apr, 7 1949. The neglected lady, 
© Ic 14Apr49; DU19546. 

3. Apr, 14, 1949. The king who wasn't. 
© Ic 20Apr49;DU19622. 

4. Apr. 21, 1949. The lady in the balcony. 
© Ic 21Apr49;DU19662, 

THE ADVENTURES of Huckleberry Finn. 
SEE Whiting, Frank M. Huckleberry 
Finn. DP19063, 

THE ADVENTURES of Olga and HUda. 
DU19424. SEE Ostgarden, Minora. 



THE ADVENTURES OF PRINCESS PET 
(Radio program) Scripts in this series are 
by Robert E, Clarke and Associates, inc, 
© Pet Dairy Products Co. 

1-8. Apr. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, May 7, 14, 
21, 1949. © Ic each31May49;DU20510- 
20&17. 

9. May 28, 1949. © Ic 23jun49; DU20521, 

10, June 4, 1949. © Ic 23jun49; DU20520, 

11, June 11, 1949, © Ic 23jun49; DU20519. 

12. June 18, 1949. © Ic 23jun49; DU20518. 

13. June 25, 1949. © Ic 23jun49; DU20522, 

THE ADVENTURES of Skiddle Skaddle, 
C3462. SEE Edgar, Ellen Rice. 

ADVERTISERS' Agency, inc. 
Right place, right time. C3726, DP20465, 
SEE Lowlow, Jack G. 

ADVERTISING, DU18965, DU20184. SEE 
Keeping Up With the Wigglesworths, nos. 
93, 123. 

ADVICE on starting small business. 
DU18974, DU20213. SEE Keeping Up 
With the Wigglesworths, nos, 103, 127, 

THE AFFAIR of the tired tiger. SEE 
Vittes, Louis. The affairs of Peter 
Salem. DU19774. 

THE AFFAIRS of Peter Salem, DU19774. 
SEE Vittes, Louis. 

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AFTER a fashion. DU18666. SEE 
Long, William H. 

AFTER the fog lifts, DP19230. SEE 
Hackett, Walter. 

AFTER the recital. DU19311. SEE Bald- 
win, Joseph Burkette, 

AFTER today. DU18474. SEE Kingsbeer, 
Alonzo George. 

AFTERMATH. SEE 
MerrUl, Mildred Henry. DU19928. 
Zavin, Benjamin. DU19942. 

AFTERNOON of a pawn. SEE Connor 
Marian Joan. For the ladies. DU19416. 

AN AGE old tale, DU19445. SEE Green- 
berg, Laenu Adelilah. 

AGG, HOWARD. 
When the streets are dark, a drama in 
one act, London, S. French [19481 
36 p. Ulus. (French's acting edition, 
no. 447) © Samuel French, ltd,; lDec48: 
DP17960. 

AGGIE wins her point, DU19356. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2528-1753. 

AGOSTON, Gerty. 
For each man kills. SEE Mayorga 
Margaret. The best one-act plays' of 
1948-1949. AA117053. 

AH choosen uff probeer. DU19419. SEE 
Leib, Sol. 

AHL, HENRY CURTIS, 
Around Essex County. [A composition] 
31 leaves. © Henry Curtis Ahl; Ic 
24Feb49; C3445. 

AHRIMAN, William Henry, pseud. SEE 
Birsh, Henry William. 

L'AIGLE a deux tetes. SEE Cocteau 
Jean. Theatre, t. 2. DP19819. 

THE AIRPORT murder case. DU18901. SEE 
Stand By For Crime (Television program) 

ALADDIN and the wonderful lamp. DU19747. 
SEE Let s Pretend, Mar. 5, 1949. 

ALBERT, Ned, pseud. SEE Braun, WUbur. 

ALDRICH, Thomas BaUey. 
Marjorie Daw. SEE Favorite Story, 
Nov. 23, 1948. 

ALDRICH FAMILY (Radio program) Scripts 
in this series are by Clifford Goldsmith. 
© Clifford Goldsmith, 

468, Oct. 14, 1948. Wiener roast. 
© Ic 6Jan49;DU18753. 

473. Nov. 18, 1948. Grab bag. © Ic 
29Dec48; DU18751. 

474. Nov. 25, 1948, Thanksgiving duck. 
© Ic 29Dec48;DU18750. 

475. Dec. 2, 1948, "New look" Homer. 
© Ic 29Dec48:DU18749. 

476. Dec, 9, 1948. Grouse Pierre. 
© Ic 29Dec48; DU18748. 

477. Dec. 16, 1948. Quiet evening at 
home. © Ic 10jan49: DU18738. 

478. Dec. 23, 1948. Christmas gifts. 
© Ic 6jan49;DU18754. 

479. Dec. 30, 1948, New Year's eve, 
© Ic 10Jan49:DU18779. 

480. Jan. 6, 1949. Northwest mounted. 
© Ic 18jan49; DU18085. 

481. Jan. 13, 1949. French lesson, 
© Ic 7Feb49;DU18431. 

482. Jan. 20, 1949. Kathleen's dinner. 
© Ic 3Feb49:DU18394. 

483. Jan. 27, 1949. Tuxedo trouble, 
© Ic 18Feb49: DU18662. 

484. Feb. 3, 1949. Snow removal, 
© Ic 16Feb49;DU18587. 

485. Feb. 10, 1949. Trapezoid. © Ic 
23Feb49;DU18720. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



ALDRICH FAMILY. Cont'd. 

486. Feb. 17, 1949. Six chairs. © Ic 
3Mar49; DU18820. 

487. Feb. 24, 1949. Gilbert & Sullivan. 
© Ic 4Mar49; DU18905. 

488. Mar. 3, 1949. Trip to Washington, 
© Ic 18Mar49; DU19169. 

489. Mar. 10, 1949. In Washington, D. C. 
© Ic 23Mar49; DU19221. 

490.. Mar. 17, 1949. Girl trouble. © Ic 
28Mar49; DU19264. 

491, Mar, 24, 1949. Nineteenth century 
debate, © Ic 30Mar49; DU19333. 

492, Mar. 31, 1949. Stuffed dates, © Ic 
13Apr49; DU19549. 

493, Apr. 7, 1949. Blind date, © Ic 
19Apr49; DU19634. 

494, Apr. 14, 1949. Counting baseball 
chickens, © Ic 28Apr49; DU19809. 

495, Apr, 21, 1949, Theatre ticket, 
© Ic 4May49; DU19883, 

496, Apr, 28, 1949. Taller than she, 
© Ic 9May49; DU19923. 

497, May 5, 1949, Engagement ring. 
© Ic 17May49; DU19986. 

498, May 12, 1949, Surprise party, © Ic 
20May49; DU20072, 

499, May 19, 1949, Great comedian. 
© Ic 8jun49; DU20292, 

500, May 26, 1949, Business deal. © Ic 
7Tun49; DU20273, 

501, June 2, 1949, Blob editor, © Ic 
14Jun49; DU20380, 

502, June 9, 1949, Dinner date, © Ic 
17Jun49; DU20428, 

ALEXANDER, MARJORIE MARIE. 
The magic touch, a play in one act. 
© Marjorie Marie Alexander; Ic 23May49; 
DU20098, 

ALEXANDER, DU19234, SEE Richards, 
Lex. 

ALEXANDER the Great seeks mastery of 
the world, SEE You Are There, nos, 69-71. 

ALGYER, Helga Lund, SEE Lund, Helga. 

A LI Baba and the forty thieves, SEE 
Masters, Lillian Decker, DP19065, 
West, Trudy, DPI 7964, 

ALIAS Tom Sawyer, DU19219. SEE Carter, 
Ruth L, 

ALICE in Animal Wonderland, SEE Tarpley, 
Kenneth Jackson, The adventure of the 
sleepwalking turtle, DU19186, 

ALICE in Wonderland. DP18568, SEE 
Le Gallienne, Eva. 

ALICE und der Weltprasident, SEE Fliir, 
Josef, Hilfe, wir werden ver jiingt. 
DU18298, 

ALICE'S adventures in Wonderland, DP19092, 
SEE Addinsell, Richard, 

ALIMONY Pete, DU18452, SEE Williams, 
Hallam-Keep, 

ALISON, FLETCHER, 
Ticket to Reno; format and first play of an 
original television series, "Theater For 
Two," © Fletcher Alison; Ic 16Mar49; 
DU18648, 

THE ALL American hill billy band contest, 
C3542. SEE Hoyt, Noyce Clement, 

ALL around the town, DU19119, SEE 
Davis, Harriet Eager, 

ALL for a friend, DU20158, SEE Bates, 
Edith May Hilliard. 

ALL from one, DU19880. SEE Wilkinson, 
Louise Emma, 

ALL good people. DU18144. SEE Raynor, 
Sally, 



THE ALL Southwestern hill billy band 
contest. C3543. SEE Hoyt, Noyce 
Clement. 

ALL that glitters, DU17754. SEE 
Mason, Lucy, 

ALL these barren hUls. DP18535. SEE 
The Eternal Light, no. 200. 

ALL things new , DP18732, SEE Wheeler, 
Doris Kathleen. 

ALLADIN and his magic lamp. DU19558. 
SEE Lehr, Lew, 

ALLARDICE, Alice. 
Marriage a la mode, DU20291, SEE 
Allardice, James Burns, 

ALLARDICE, JAMES BURNS. 
Marriage a la mode, a comedy in three 
acts. © James B. Allardice, Alice 
Allardice; Ic 8Jun49; DU20291, 

ALLEN, ALFRED WHATOFF, 
The case of Barry Arden, a play in three 
acts, © Alfred Whatoff Allen; Ic 16Mar49; 
DU19240, 

ALLEN, Fred, SEE The Fred Allen Show 
(Radio program) 

ALLEN, HAROLD B. 
The model bride, an operetta in two 
acts. Book by Harold B. Allen, music 
by Don Wilson. New York, E. B. Marks 
Music Corp., cl949. 64 p. © Edward 
B. Marks Music Corp.; 28Apr49; 
DP20064. 



ALLEN, Jack. 
Coffee with the Tuttles. DU18369. 
Morris, John Leonard, 



SEE 



ALLEN, JOHN LITTLEJOHN, 
Quiz for Congress, a program idea for 
radio or television, [Sample script] 
© John L. Allen, Ic 18Apr49; C3584, 

ALLEN, Portland Hoffa, SEE 
The Fred Allen Show (Radio program) 

ALLEN, SYBIL MARGARET, 
Do you know your neighbor? A proposed 
video program, © SybU M. Allen; Ic 
18jan49;DU18641, 

ALLENTOWN Record Company, inc. 
Cowboy songs for little broncho-busters. 

DU19207. SEE Krasnow, Hermann. 
Goldilocks and the three bears. DU19668. 

SEE Cott, Ted, 
Jack and the beanstalk, DU19666, SEE 

Cott, Ted, 
Pinocchio goes to school. DU19665. 

SEE Sylvem, Henry. 
Play-a-long songs. DU19206. SEE 

Krasnow, Hermann. 
The shoemaker and the elves. DU19669. 

SEE Sylvern, Henry, 
The three little pigs. DU19667, SEE 

Cott, Ted, 

ALLINGTON. RAYMOND, 
The birth of charity, a Christmas trilogy, 
rn,p., 19481 20 p, © The Rev, Raymond 
AUington; ]bec48; DP18918, 

all's fair. DP18281, SEE Adams, C, B. 

ALLSTATE aH the way, DU18071. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

ALMANSI, RENATO J, 
The finger of God, a psychoanalytical 
interpretation of the Ten commandments 
and the Tetragrammaton, [Lecture] 
© Renato J, Almansi, M,D,; Ic 17May49; 
C3702, 



ALOHA, stranger, DU19408, SEE 
Entwistle, Mary Joy, 



AN ALPHABET honeymoon. C3507. SEE 
Winston, Edward A. 

ALS der Krieg zu Ende war. DU20540. 
SEE Frisch, Max. 

ALTENBERG, ROGER MONROE, 
Mountain madness, a television film 
series. Program no. 1. © Roger M. 
Altenberg; Ic 24Feb49; DU19653. 

ALTER, PAUL. 
Look at me, a comedy for television. 
© Paul Alter; Ic 14Feb49; DU18559. 

ALTHOFF MARY ELIZABETH. 
The flight of the doves, a play in three 
acts and seven scenes, © Mary Eliza- 
beth Althoff ; Ic 9Nov48- on revisions; 
DU17815, Prev, reg, "Their story runneth 
thus ', 8Sep46;D5089, 

ALTHOUSE JOHN NISSLEY, 
An occupational or indigenous industrial 
clinic; a lecture. © Rev. John N. Alt- 
house; Ic 22Apr49; C3593. 

ALTMAN, Zeke, pseud, SEE MUler, 
Arthur Joseph, 

Alvarez quintero, joaqu^j and 
Alvarez quintero, serafi:n. 

Burlona, comedia en tres actos [de] 
Serafm y Joaquin Alvarez Quintero, 
[Madrid] Espasa-Calpe [1948], Qn 
Obras completas,^ p, [7877]-7908) 
© Serafm y Joaquin Alvarez Quintero; 
30Dec48;DP18933, 

La divina inventor a, comedia en tres 
actos [de] Serafm y Joaquin Alvarez 
Quintero. [Madrid] Espasa-Calpe 
[1948], (In Obras completas. p, [7813]- 
7875) © Serafin y Joaquin Alvarez 
Quintero; 30Dec48; DP18934, 

Fifin n, comedia casera en tres actos 

Ede] Serafin y Joaquin Alvarez Quintero, 
Madrid] Espasa-Calpe [1948 ], (In 
Obras completas,^ p, [7601J-7657J 
© Serafin y Joaquin Alvarez Quintero; 
30Dec48;DP18930, 

La giralda, zarzuela con aires de revista, 
en tres actos, divididos en diez cuadros 
[de] Serafin y Joaquin Alvarez Quintero. 
[Madrid] Espasa-Calpe [^19481. Qn 
Obras completas.^ p, [7497]- 7545) 
® Serafin y Joaquin Alvarez Quintero; 
30Dec48;DP18929. 

Maiiana de sombras, paso de comedia 
[de] Seraiin y Joaquin Alvarez Quintero. 
[Madrid] Espasa-Calpe [1948]. (In 
Obras completas.^ p. [7803]- 78 12) 
© Serafin y Joaquin Alvarez Quintero; 
30Dec48;DP18931. 

Nidos sin paiaros, comedia en tres actos 
[de] Serafm y Joaquin Alvarez Quintero. 
[Madrid] Espasa-Calpe [19481 On 
Obras completas. _, p. f7995]-8051) 
© Serafin y Joaquin Alvarez Quintero; 
30Dec48;DP19271.^ 

Siete veces, entremes [de] Serafin y 
Joaquin Alvarez Quintero. [Madrid] 
Espasa-Calpe [1948], (In Obras com- 
pletas^. p. [ 7660]- 7671) e) Serafin y 
Joaquin Alvarez Quintero; 30Dec48; 
DP18932. 

AMATEUR hit parade. DU19830, SEE 
Kramig, George, 

AMBUSH, DU18595. SEE Challenge of 
the Yukon, no, 612, 

AMBUSH at Forty-MUe, DU19050, SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no, 620, 

AMBUSH at sundown, DU20549. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2564-1789. 

AMBUSH at the Yardley-Plaza. DU19141. 
SEE Little Herman, no. 12. 

AMERICA— one market. DU18959, DU20174. 
SEE Keeping Up With the Wigglesworths, 
nos. 92, 113. 



854120 O - 49 - 2 



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AMERICA, walk with me, my love. DU19864. 
SEE Loofbourow, Mary Reginaldus, sister . 

THE AMERICAN. DU19413. SEE Browne, 
Ellen Van Volkenburg. 

AMERICAN Agriculturist, inc. 
Xmas on the farm. DP20449, SEE Kamarck, 

Edward Lawrence. 
Money for college. DP20448. SEE 

Drummond, Alexander Magnus. 

AMERICAN almanac— December. DU20347. 
SEE Brand, Oscar. 

AMERICAN almanac— May, DU20338. SEE 
Brand, Oscar. 

AN AMERICAN Cinderella. C3764. SEE 
Cherniavsky, Josef. 

THE AMERICAN economy. C3655. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

THE AMERICAN farmers' interest in foreign 
markets. DU18967. SEE Keeping Up 
With the Wigglesworths, no. 85. 

AMERICAN Friends Service Committee. SEE 
Friends, Society of. American Friends 
Service Committee. 

AMERICAN Institute of Laundering. 
Time for living. DU18699. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

AMERICAN Meat Institute. 
Tell your own fortune. DU19839. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

AMERICAN Tobacco Company, inc. SEE 
Your Hit Parade (Radio program) 

THE AMERICAN WAY (Radio program) 
© Harry Wismer. 

C47. Whizzer White. © Ic 3jan49; 

C3222. 
C49. Walter Hagen. © Ic 3jan49; 

C3223. 
C52. Walter Evers. © Ic 3Jan49; 

C3221. 
C54. Bobby Jones, © Ic 3Jan49; 

C3224. 
C57. Van Bracklin. © Ic 27Jan49; 

C3283. 
C59. Barney Ross. © Ic 27Jan49; 

C3284. 
C62. D oak Walker. © Ic 27jan49; 

C3285 
C64. Red Grange. © Ic 27Jan49; 

C3286. 
C67, Levi Jackson. © Ic 27Jan49; 

C3287. 
C69. JackDempsey, © Ic 27Jan49; 

C3288. 
C72. Leslie Drew. © Ic 27jan49; 

C3289 
C74, RedDutton, © Ic 27jan-.9; 

C3290. 
C77, Arcaro, © Ic 21Feb49; 

C3391 
C79, TyCobb. © Ic 21Feb49; C3392. 
C82. Schoolboy Rowe. © Ic 4Mar49; 

C3417. 
C84. Rupp. © Ic 4Mar49; C3418. 
C87. Beau Jack. © Ic 23Mar49; 

C3513. 
C89. George Mikan. © Ic 23Mar49; 

C3514. 
C92. Tony Lavelli. © Ic 23Mar49; 

C3512. 
C94. Mickey Cochrane, © Ic 23Mar49; 

C3511. 
C97, Satchel Paige. © Ic 23Mar49; 

C3510. 
C99. Christy Mathewson. © Ic 23Mar49; 

C3515. 
C104. Macauley, © Ic 29Apr49; C3653. 
Babe Herman. & Ic 3Jun49; C3739. 
Ben Hogan. © Ic 29Apr49; C3645. 
Bin Veeck. © Ic 29Apr49; C3649, 
Bob Kurland. © Ic 6May49; C3670. 
Bronko Nagurski. © Ic llMay49; 
C3688. 



Buck Newsom. © Ic 29Apr49; C3647, 
Casey Stengel. © Ic 29Apr49; C3651, 
Connie Mack. © Ic llMay49; C3687. 
Dr. Middlecoff. © Ic 3jun49; C3746. 
EdHickey. © Ic llMay49; C3689. 
Gene Tunney. © Ic 29Apr49; C3646. 
GU Dodds. © Ic llMay49; C3690. 
Gus Lesnevich. © Ic llMay49; C3685. 
Henry Greenberg, © Ic 3Jun49; C3744, 
Honus Wagner. © Ic llMay49- C3686. 
Jack Stewart. © Ic 3Jun49; C3743. 
Jackie Robinson. © Ic llMay49; C3684. 
Joe Falcaro. © Ic 3jun49; C3748. 
Joe Fulks. © Ic llMay49: C3691. 
Joe McCarthy. © Ic 3Tun49; C3741, 
John McGraw; © Ic 29Apr49; C3652. 
Johnny Sain. © Ic 29Apr49; C3648. 
Larry Doby. © Ic 3Jun49; C3749. 
Lefty Grove. © Ic 3jun49; C3745, 
Luke Appling. © Ic 3jun49; C3747. 
Pappy Waldorf, © Ic 6May49; C3669, 
Ralph Kiner. © Ic 3Jun49; C3740. 
Stanley Ketchel, © Ic 6May49- C3671. 
Tony Zale. © Ic 3Jun49; C3742. 
WiUie Pep. © Ic 29Apr49; C3650. 

AMERICANA. DU19778. SEE Proesel, 
Marion Ellen. 

AMERICA'S economic leadership. DU18961. 
SEE Keeping Up With the Wigglesworths, 
no, 90. 

AMERICA'S economic supremacy. DU20179, 
SEE Keeping Up With the Wigglesworths, 
no, 118. 

AMERICA'S top tunesmiths. DU20249. SEE 
MuUins, Thomas Michael. 



AMISS step. 
Louis J. 



DU19828. SEE Odets, 



GLI AMORI di Torquato Tasso con Eleanora 
d Este, SEE Cataldo, Vincent C. Le 
crudelta d'un incoronato tiranno, DU18407. 

THE ANATOMY of the world. DU17995. 
SEE Gallenstein, Leo Jacob. 

AND be merry. DU18124. SEE Wallace, 
Gordon. 

AND gold to spare. DU20120. SEE Kircher, 
Elisabeth Beuuce. 

AND heaven sings. DU18046. SEE 
Sulzberger, May. 

"AND it came to pass." DU19428. SEE 
Harris, Edna K, 

AND so to bed. DU19992. SEE Mallory, 
Peter. 

AND the snow falls, DU18715. SEE Laszlo, 
Miklos, 

AND we were young. DU19187. SEE Baker, 
EUiott. 

ANDERER, Jakob, pseud. SEE Jacobson, 
Otto. 

ANDERSEN, HELEN SOMERVILLE. 
Arizona, hi-ho; a musical comedy in 
seven scenes. Libretto by Helen 
SomervUle Andersen, lyrics by Rollin 
Pease, music by Arthur Olaf Andersen. 

5 Text only] © Mrs. Helen Somerville 
indersen; Ic 16May49; DU20063. 

ANDERSON, ERNEST, 
Floor show; television program. Script 
for Jan. 8 1949. © World Video, inc.; 
Ic 19Jan49;DU18776. 

ANDERSON, George B. SEE Nick Carter, 
Master Detective (Radio program) 

AND OR PAUL. 
Ann of the Ozarks, a folk play in four acts, 
© Paul Andor; Ic 2Feb49; DU19383. 



ANDREWS, DANIEL, pseud. 
The music listening game. [Recording 
script] By Daniel Andrews [pseud, of 
Raymond Abrashkin and Judith Sidorsky] 
© Young People's Records, inc.; Ic 
lJun49;DU20343. 

ANDY'S antics. DP19945. SEE Heath, 
Anna Lenington. 



ANGEL in the rough. 
Sturm, Justin, 



DU19810, SEE 



ANGELL, ROSE, 
The fountain of youth, a play in seven 
scenes. © Rose Angell; Ic 18Mar49: 
DU19166. 

ANGELS full front, DU19130. SEE Casey, 
Francis Michael, 

ANGLES or angels, DU18386, SEE 
Dunkle, Anna Bamet, 

animal's adventure, DU18131. SEE 
Bucky, Frida Sarsen, 

ANIMATED advertising displays. C3797, 
SEE Childs, Leroy Francis, 

ANN of the Ozarks. DU19383. SEE 
Andor, Paul. 

ANN Smith's needlecraft corner. DU18925. 
SEE Smith, Ann Anderson. 

ANNIE get your gun. DU19868. SEE 
Fields, Herbert. 

ANNO Domini. DP18656. SEE Plumb, 
Ma Belle Houghton, 

ANOTHER love. DU20057. SEE 
Needleman, Rae. 

ANOUILH, JEAN. 

Ardele; or La marguerite. A farce 
in one act by Jean Anouilh; English 
version by Cecil Robson. ® Cecil 
Robson; Ic 21Mar49; DU19198. 

Ardele; ou. La marguerite. Farce en 
un acte. © Jean Anouilh; Ic 27jan49; 
DU18518. 

Eurydice, a play in four acts by Jean 
Anouilh. Adapted from the French by 
Miranda d'Ancona and Marie Donnet. 
© Miranda d'Ancona, Marie Donnet; 
Ic 16Jun49; DU20396. 

Eurydice, a play in four acts by Jean 
Anouilh. English translation and 
adaptation by Mel Ferrer. © Mel 
Ferrer; Ic 180ct48; DU19126. 

THE ANSWER. DU20376. SEE Houston, 
Gemma d'Auria. 

ANTHES, Otto. 
SchwanhUd. DP18605. SEE Graener, 
Paul, 

ANTHONY, VICTOR, 
The superior sex, a play in three acts, 
© Victor Anthony; Ic 3May49; DU19845, 

ANTIGONE, SEE Cocteau, Jean, Theatre, 
t, 1, DP19270, 

ANTON Dvorak in SpillvUle. DU17827, 
DP19372, SEE Mortensen, Louise Hovde. 

...NY day in the year. C3439. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

APACHE treachery. DU19030. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2513-1738. 

APARTMENT for Peggy. DU20094. SEE 
Lux Radio Theatre, Feb. 28, 1949. 

APHRODITE ist meine Frau. DU18286. 
SEE Menzel, Hanns. 

APPELL, DON. 
The light heads, a play in three acts. 
© Don Appell; Ic 16Feb49; DU18708, 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



AN APPLE for the teacher. DP18092. 
SEE Braun, Wilbur. 

APPLE of discord. DU19116. SEE 
Kronenberger, Louis. 

APPLETON-Century -Crofts, inc. 
The tragedy of Julius Caesar. A29704. 

SEE Shakespeare, William. 
The tragedy of King Richard the Second. 

A29705. SEE Shakespeare, William. 
The tragedy of Macbeth. A31485. SEE 

Shakespeare, WUliam. 

THE APPRAISAL. DU18700. SEE WUding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

APPROACH with benefits. C3212, SEE 
Maynard, Harold Bright. Master 
salesmanship. 

APRIL and September. DP20256. SEE 
Dinner, William. 

THE APRIL shower adventure. DU20309. 
SEE The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 130. 

APRIL 12, 1861, Fort Sumter. DU20133. 
SEE You Are There, no. 81. 

APSTEIN, THEODORE. 
Fortunata writes a letter. cl949. 
(In The best one-act plays of 1948-1949. 
New York, Dodd, Mead, 1949. p. [251-43) 
© Theodore Apstein; 9May49; AA117054. 

THE ARBOR girls. DU19239. SEE 
Winter, Rudolph Theodore. 

L'ARBRE. DP18509. SEE Dutourd, 
Jean. 

ARCARO. C3391. SEE The American 
Way, no, C77. 

ARCHER, Daniel. 
Mr. Barry's etchings. DU18429. SEE 
Bullock, Walter, 

ARDfiLE. DU18518, DU19198. SEE 
Anouilh, Jean. 

ARDEN, JULIE. 
That old chestnut a play in one act. 
© Julie Arden; Ic 19jan49; DU18691, 

ARE we more civilized than cannibals? 
C3367. SEE What Do You Think? 
(Television program) 

ARE you kidding? DP17954. SEE 
Braun, WUbur. 

ARE you psychic? DU17820. SEE Segal, 
Bessie Jaffey. 

ARENT, Arthur. SEE The Cavalcade of 
America (Radio program) 

aren't we all? DU19644. SEE 
Loving, Boyce. 

ARISTOPHANES. 
The clouds. SEE What Do You Think? 

Do you have a sense of humor? C3332. 
Lysistrata. SEE What Do You Think? 
Snould this play be banned ? C3310, 

ARISTOTELES. 
Ethics. SEE 
What Do You Think? Can education 

make us happy? C3333, 
What Do You Think? What makes 
us happy? C3335. 
Politics. SEE What Do You Think? 

Is man superior to the state? C3334. 
Politics. Book 1. SEE What Do You Think? 
Would you like to move to a desert island? 
C3321. 

ARIZONA, hi-ho. DU20063. SEE Andersen, 
Helen Somerville. 



ARMSTRONG, Charlotte. 
Bitch on wheels. DU19742. SEE 
Craven, Bernard H. 

ARMSTRONG, DOROTHY GRACE. 
Mary finds she's a Brownie; one act 
playlet for Brownies, by Dorothy 
Armstrong and Marion Cazmay. 
Based on original "Brownie story" 
by Juliana Horatia Ewing. © Dorothy 
Armstrong, Marion Cazmay; 9Apr49; 
DP19776. 

ARMSTRONG, ROBERT GOLDEN. 
Pillar of fire, a play in three acts. 
© Robert Golden Armstrong, Jr.; 
Ic 6Apr49; DU19420. 

ARMSTRONG CORK COMPANY. 

Hank Zanavragegy. C3370. SEE Evans, 
John J. 

Human relations in supervision. Scripts 
for the cases in this series of slide 
fUms are by WUliam M. Lybarger. 
Leader's guides included. © Arm- 
strong Cork Co. 

Introductory session. © Ic 7Mar49; 
C3458, 

1. The case of Mary Benson. © Ic 
7Mar49;C3423. 

2. A difference of opmion. © Ic 
7Mar49; C3416. 

3. The case of independent Sadie. 
© Ic 7Mar49;C3456. 

4. The case of Tom, Dick, and Harry. 
© Ic 7Mar49; C3460. 

5. The case of Paul Steele. © Ic 
7Mar49; C3457. 

6. The case of Joe and Bob. © Ic 
7Mar49; C3454. 

7. The case of Alice, Jane, and Agnes. 
© Ic 7Mar49;C3422. 

8. The case of Al Miller, © Ic 
7Mar49; C3421. 

9. The case of Harry Carey. © Ic 
7Mar49; C3455. 

10. The case of George Gray. © Ic 
7Mar49; C3419. 

11. The case of Lefty Laws. © Ic 
7Mar49; C3420. 

12. The case of Sara Blake. © Ic 
7Mar49; C3459. 

Welcome to Armstrong. C3424. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

ARNOLD, George. 
Why Thomas was discharged. DU19197. 
SEE Your Show Time (Television 
program) 

AROMATIC ether is a faithful servant of 
mankind and emblem of space. C3606. 
SEE Klochkov, John V. 

AROUND Essex County, C3445, SEE Ahl, 
Henry Curtis, 

AROUT, GABRIEL. 
Pauline ou I'ecume de la mer. Piece 
en deux actes. cl948. (In Les Oeuvres 
libres. Nouv. ser., no. 28 (254) Paris, 
A. Fayard, 1948. p. [2511-318) 
© Gabriel Arout [pseud, de Gabriel 
Aroutcheff]; lSep48; DP1801B. 

AROUTCHEFF, Gabriel. SEE Arout, 
Gabriel. 

ARROWHEAD frame-up, DU18322. SEE 
The Challenge of the Yukon, no. 593. 

ARTEMIS-Verlags-Aktiengesellschaft. 
Griechische Dramen. AF9742. SEE 

Kaiser, Georg. 
Zu viel Geld. AF10190. SEE Shaw, 

George Bernard. 

ARTHUR, Phil, pseud. SEE Guibord, 
Philip Arthur. 

ARTHUR and the magic scord. DU19784. 
SEE Engar, Keith Maurice. 



ARTICULATE conception. DU18105. SEE 
Gunzburg, Milton Lowell. 

THE ARTISTS. DU18561. SEE Singer, 
Irving L. 

ARTZT, Ahda. 
When your number is up. DU19911. SEE 
Van Rosen, Rhyissa. 

ARVANTTAKIS, NICHOLAS GEORGE, 
H kathpamenh koph (The forlorn daughter) 
A drama. 46 leaves, [Greek text] 
© Nicholas G, Arvanitakis; Ic 7Feb49; 
DU18762. 

AS I wander, DU19183. SEE Niles, 
John Jacob, 

AS the strings of a lute, DU19146, SEE 
Renavent, George, 

AS the twig is bent... DU18619. SEE 
Lumet, Baruch. 

ASBRAND, Karin. SEE Sundelof-Asbrand, 
Karin, 

ASCHER, MAURY, 
A & P country store, [Sample television 
script] © Maury Ascher; Ic 2Mar49; 
DU18811. 

ASHKENAZY, Irvin, 
Sing a new song, DU19433, SEE First 
Nighter, Jan. 13, 1949, 

ASHTON, LEONORA SILL, 

The innkeeper, a Christmas play in four 
scenes. Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge 
Entertainment House, cl948, 20 p. 
(Eldridge Christmas entertainments) 
© Eldridge Entertainment House, inc.; 
27Sep48;DP18633. 

Where the sun shone, an Easter play in 
two acts, Indianapolis, Meigs Pub. Co. 
[1949], 32 p. (Meigs religious plays and 
pageants) © Meigs Pub. Co.; lMar49; 
DP20433. 

ASHTON, Winifred. 
Alice's adventures in Wonderland. 
DP19092. SEE Addinsell, Richard. 

THE ASPERN papers. SEE Roeder, 
Ralph Leclercq. The lonely and the 
free. DU19782. 

THE ASSASSINATION of Julius Caesar. 
DU20129. SEE You Are There, no. 77. 

ASSER Levy. DP20464. SEE Peretz, 
Josephine. 

ASSOCIATION of the Junior Leagues of 
America, inc. 

Yung Lu and the magic pearl. DP20231, 
SEE Franklin, Frances. 

AT the gates of the righteous. SEE 
Davies, Robertson. Eros at breakfast. 
DP19801. 

ATCHKUT Loois. DU18688. SEE Cho- 
banian, Yervant. 

ATTENTION: Dr. Homey. 
DU18569. SEE Rose, Lrwin. 

ATTILA. DU19610. SEE Bums, Victor 
Marcus, 

AUDEN, Wvstan Hugh, 
The rake s progress, DU18957, SEE 
Stravinskii, Igor Fedorovich, 

AUDITION for angels, DU19650. SEE 
Zwerdltng, Allen P, 

AUGUST. DU17826. SEE Hansen, 
Waldemar Einer. 

AUGUST God. DU18458. SEE Sugg, 
Alfred Rosco. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



AUGUSTINUS, Aurelius, Saint, Bp. of Hippo. 
Confessions. SEE 
What Do You Think? 
Can you be happy without religion? 
C3324. 
What Do You Think? 
Is faith better than reason? C3323. 

AULICINO, ARMAND DANIEL. 
Where is home; reflections on a back- 
ground. A play in two acts. © Armand 
Daniel Aulicino; Ic 9Mar49; DU19020. 

AULULARIA. SEE Orland, Lucille Selkin. 
Roman holiday. DU20191. 

AUNT Alice's pyramid. DU19535. SEE 
Kessler, Aaron James. 

AUNT CLOTILDE'S passion. DU18409. 
SEE Spira, Alva Ann. 

AUNT Jessie's lucky letter story party. 
DU20054. SEE Gad, Tom. 

AUTRY (Gene) Productions. SEE 
Champion, the World's Wonder Horse 
(Radio program) 

AVERILL, ESTHER (CUNNINGHAM) 
I made Christ's cross, an Easter play 
in four scenes. Boston, Baker s 
Plays [19491 28 p. © Walter H. 
Baker Co.; 22jun49; DP20526. 

AXFORD gets a story. DU19340. SEE 
The Green Hornet, no. 926. 

AXFORD gets the dope. DU18597. SEE 
The Green Hornet, no. 912. 

AXFORD, the receiver. DU20315. SEE 
The Green Hornet, no. 945. 

AXFORD wins a loss. DU20018. SEE 
The Green Hornet, no. 942. 



B 



B-girl. DU19180. SEE Bachmann, 
Robert Alexander. 

B-36, the stork. DU18010. SEE Cartoon 
Teletales, Dec. 26, 1948. 

BABBAGE, DOROTHY JOAN. 
Three's a marriage, a play in one act. 
© Dorothy Joan Babbage; Ic 7Mar49; 
DU18949. 

BABBITT. DU19543. SEE Studio One, 
Mar. 30, 1948. 

BABE Herman. C3739. SEE The American 
Way (Radio program) 

BACHELOR'S castle. DU18770. SEE 
Goldschlag, Eugene. 

BACHMANN ROBERT ALEXANDER. 
B-girl, a play in three acts and pro- 
logue, by Stacy Hull [pseud.] © Robert 
Alexander Bachmann; Ic 8Mar49; 
DU19180. 

BACHRACH, RUTH BARCLAY. 
Can you name It? [Television script] 

by Ruth Barclay. © Ruth Barclay 

Bachrach; Ic 24Jan49; DU18114. 
The strolling players, a half-hour 

dramatic show, by Ruth Barclay. 

© Ruth Barclay Bachrach; Ic lDec48; 

DU17821. 



BACKFIRE. DU20270. 
Natalie Wyeth. 



SEE Fritsche, 



BACKSTAGE fantasy. DU19882. 
Fenn, Peggy Dorothy. 



SEE 



BACON, CHESTER HENRY, 
Harmony of the bees; script for both 
shots and commentary for 800 foot 
picture. © Chester Henry Bacon; 
Ic 14Mar49; C3486. 



BACON, WALLACE ALGER. 
The roaring girl adapted freely from 
the play by Middleton and Deldcer, 
with song lyrics, by Wallace A. Bacon. 
© Wallace A. Bacon; Ic 16Mar49; DU19145. 

THE BAD penny. DU20009. SEE Challenge 
of the Yukon, no. 653. 

BADGE of friendship. DU19688. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2534-1759. 

BADGER, ROBERT E. 
Batter-up; radio quiz game. [Continuity] 
© Station WEDO; Ic 28Apr49; C3634. 

THE BADLANDS and Teddy Roosevelt. 
C3711. SEE Nellis, Elwyn A. 

BAEHR, NICHOLAS EDWARD. 
The Palmer way, a play in one act. 
© Nicholas Edward Baehr; Ic 26May49; 
DU20145. 

BAILEY Rietta. 
Washed in de blood. SEE Selden, Samuel. 
International folk plays. DP20078. 

BAKER, ELLIOTT. 
And we were young, a play in three acts. 
© Elliott Baker; Ic 21Mar49; DU19187. 

BAKER, JOAN PRENTIS. 
The invisible boundary, a comedy in one 
act. © Joan Prentis Baker; Ic 8Apr49; 
DU19489. 

BAKER (Walter H.) Company. 
After the fog lifts. DP19230. SEE 

Hackett Walter. 
Don't call me Junior. DP18507. SEE 

Bennick, Hugh Richard. 
Elmer and the soprano. DP19452. SEE 

McNeil, Beatrice Humiston. 
Food for Father. DP18711. SEE 

Waldes, PhUipH. 
Hits for misses. AA119773. SEE 

Ingalls, Joyce, 
I love you truly. DP19395. SEE 

Birdsall, Elizabeth Montague. 
I made Christ's cross, DP20526. SEE 

Averill, Esther (Cunningham) 
Jericho Road. DP20408. SEE Barr, 

Isabel (Harriss) 
Knock on wood. DP19587. SEE Hughes, 

Glenn. , 
The lawyer of Springfield. DP18830, SEE 

Gow, Ronald. 
The linden tree. DP20523. SEE Tashjian, 

Vahan. 
Mary wasn't here. DP19552. SEE 

Phillips, Marguerite Kreger. 
The old district school. DP20453. 

SEE Sundelof-Asbrand Karin. 
Opened by mistake. DP19394. SEE 

Seller, Thomas. 
The second guest. DP19231. SEE Beres- 

ford, Hugh. 
The stuffed shirt. DP 18506. SEE Martens, 

Anne (Coulter) 
There she goes. DP 18607. SEE George, 

Charles. 
These golden days. DP20527. SEE Gage, 

Sophie. 
Tonight we graduate. DP20524. SEE 

Wilson, Robley C. 
Verba c rue is. DP18017. SEE Nagy, Paul. 

baker's dozen. DU19848. SEE Moe, 
Osborne Rangvall. 

BAKSHY, ALEXANDER. 
Marriage, a play in three acts. © Alex- 
ander Bakshy; Ic 25Feb49; DU18892, 

BALANCIO, WUliam. 
So dear to Pasticiotti. DU20302. SEE 
Germano, Frank A. 

BALDWIN, BERTHA. 
Family reunion, a play in three acts. 

© Bertha Baldwin; Ic 3Feb49; DU18388. 
Farmer Gray's family. [Radio program] 

Episodes 1-13. © Mrs. Bertha Baldwin; 

Ic each 4Aug48; DU17799-17811. 



A slipped halter, a play in three acts. 
© Bertha Baldwin; Ic 3Feb49; DU18389. 

BALDWIN, JOSEPH BURKETTE. 
After the recital, a play in two parts. 
and seven scenes. © Joseph B. Bald- 
win; Ic 30Mar49; DU19311. 

bAlINT, Jolan Maria Margit. SEE 
Balint, Margaret Maria Jolan, 

BALINTj MARGARET MARIA JOLAN. 
Az ujsagarus fiu; vagy, A szerencse 
medalia. (The newspaper boy; or. 
The lucky medal) Irta Balint Jolan 
Maria Margit. [A musical play in 
three acts. Hungarian text only] 
© Margaret Balint; Ic 12jul48; 
DU18505. 

BALL, MYRTLE MARTIN. 
One day at a time. DU19892, SEE 
Burleson, Elizabeth Brown. 

BALTHROPE, CHARLES W. 
It pays to remember. [Sample radio 

script] © Charles W. Balthrope; Ic 

8Feb49;DU18744. 
Sixty silver minutes. [Sample radio 

script] © Charles W. Balthrope; 

Ic 8Feb49;DU18743. 

BALZAC, Honore de.. 
Papa Goriot. DU18436. SEE White- 
ford, Edith L. 

BAMBOOZLE, the ostrich. DU20037. 
SEE Cartoon Teletales, Jan. 23, 1949, 

BANKING. DU20490. SEE Keeping 
Up with the Wigglesworths, no. 131. 

BANKS, BERTHA MAE. 
Discord, a play in four acts by Beula 
Blair [pseud,] © Bertha Mae Banks; 
Ic 2May49;DU20066. 

BANKS. DU18978. SEE Keeping Up With 
the Wigglesworths, no. 99. 

BANKSON, BUDD NORMAN. 

Springtime in the southland, the 1949 
Lewis and Clark minstrel show, by 
Budd Bankson, with music by Bill 
Byers. [Text only] © Budd Norman 
Bankson; Ic 7Apr49; DU19468. 

You're On the Air. SEE You're On the 
Air (Radio program) 

BANNER Play Bureau, inc. 
Death writes a message. DP18139. SEE 
Westgate, Ted. 



BANNER Records, inc. 
Your friend — the swindler. 
SEE Jampel, Carl. 



DU19211. 



BANTAM-LITE, inc. 
Script for animated flip pictures. 
DU18783. SEE Larier, Lawrence. 

BAR sinister. DU19647. SEE Cecil, 
Peter, 

BARCLAY, Ruth. SEE Bachrach, Ruth 
Barclay. 

BARE acres, a deadly menace of this 
present day. C3518. SEE Burnett, 
Matthew M. 

BARKER, Edmund A. 
Sports battle. C3555. SEE Hawthorne, 
Earl J. 

BARKER Bros, is the last place people 
go to buy home furnishings. SEE Gard- 
ner George Thomas. Radio commercial. 
C3623, 

barleycorn's nightmare. DU18784. SEE 
LaRich, Michael. 

BARNARD, Julie. 
Faust. DU19985. SEE Gounod, Charles 
Francois. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



BARNES, Eric Wollencott. 
The man ran up the clock. DU19804. 
SEE Carriere, Albert. 

BARNETT, ARTHUR E. 
Trip and take, a sample audience -partici- 
pation program. © Arthur Bamett; Ic 
16Feb49;DU18578. 

BARNEY Ross. C3284. SEE The American 
Way, C59. 

barney's bank. DU20478. SEE Reeser, 
Edwin Isherwood. 

BARNOUW, ERIK. 

Hans. (Quaker world service, series 2) 
Radio script. © American Friends 
Service Committee; 15Dec48; DP18730, 

The house. (Quaker world service, 
series 2) Radio script. © American 
Friends Service Committee; llNov48; 
DP18728. 

BARNUM, Merritt W. SEE The Shadow 
(Radio program) 

BARR, ISABEL (HARRISS) 
Jericho Road and other one -act miracle 
plays. Boston, Baker's Plays [1949]. 
48 p. Contents. --The first miracle. -- 
It came to pass. — Jericho Road. 
© Walter H. Baker Co.; 13jun49; 
DP20408. 

BARR RICHARD DAVID. 

Falstaff, a play in two acts, adapted 
from William Shakespeare's plays. 
© Richard David Barr; Ic 17Feb49; 
DU1B653. 

Richard HI. DU18042. SEE Shake- 
speare, William. 

BARR, ROBERT MARSHALL. 
Take Monday, too; a play in three acts. 
© Robert Marshall Barr; Ic 27Apr49; 
DU19789. 

BARRE Emilie Wallock. 
The Kmg's highway of peace. DU19961. 
SEE Wallock, Anthony Mark. 

A BARREL of money. DU20033. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2550-1775. 

BARRINGTON, LOWELL. 
Open, a comedy in three acts. © Lowell 
Barrington; Ic 13May49; DU19980. 

BARRY, Peter. SEE The Shadow 
(Radio program) 

BARTELL, GERALD AARON. 
The men who come to our house. 

[Script] © Gerald A. Bartell; Ic 18May49; 

C3701. 
Pat and the pixies. [Recording script] 

© Gerald A. Bartell; Ic llApr49; 

DU19496. 

BARWELL, PEGGY. 
Prison without bars, a play in three 
acts. London, S. French [1948]. 
104 p. illus. (French's acting edition, 
no. 543) © Samuel French ltd.; 
3jan49;DP18100. 

BASIC rules for furniture arrangement. 
C3572. SEE Ross, Laurette Lacey. 
Practical home decoration, no. 1. 

BASS, Dora Maryanne. 
A letter. DU20424. SEE Mission Bell 
Film Productions, inc. Jack and Jill 
series, no. 4. 

THE BAT. DU20393, DU20575. SEE 
Strauss, Johann. 

BATES, Mrs. B. L. SEE Bates, Wilma 
Josepiiine. 

BATES, EDITH MAY BILLIARD . 
All for a friend, a dramatic composition. 
© Mrs. Edith May HUliard Bates; Ic 
9May49;DU2015g. 



BATES, HENRY ANSON. 
Discovery, a play in three acts. 
© Henry Anson Bates; Ic 18May49; 
DU20074. 

BATES, WILMA JOSEPHINE. 
Famous women, a pageant arranged for 
the use of women s clubs. 14 leaves. 
© Mrs. B. L. Bates; Ic 110ct48; 
DU17786. 



BATH after twelve. DU19829. 
Dawson, Marlow. 



SEE 



BATIK, ALBERT LLOYD. 
It's show time, a musical comedy in 
two acts by Al Batik. Music by Bud 
Stanley [pseud.] Text and music on 
separate leaves. © Albert Lloyd 
Batik, Robert Mitenbuler; Ic lApr49; 
DU19448. 

BATSON, GEORGE. 
Dangerous Nan McGrew, a mystery comedy 
in three acts. New York, S. French 
[1949]. 75 p. Ulus, © George Batson; 
17Jan49; DP 18098. 

BATTER-UP. C3634. SEE Badger, 
Robert E. 

THE BATTLE of Gettysburg. DU19746, 
SEE You Are There, no. 23. 

THE BATTLE of Hastings. DU19081. 
SEE You Are There, no. 66. 

BAUER, BELA. 
Strange triangle, a play in three acts. 
© Bela Bauer; Ic 24Jan49; DU18642. 

BAUM BERNARD. 
The famine of hearing, a modern 
morality play in three acts. © Bernard 
Baum; Ic 16May49; DU19995. 

BAYBUSKY, MAX. 
A nation, a play. 22 leaves. [Yiddish 
text] © Max Baybusky; Ic lbFeb49; 
DU19226. 

BE quiet, my love. DU20230. SEE 
Lurch, Bruce John, 

BEALL, Samuel. 
The truck that tips its cab to service. 
DU18991. SEE WUding Picture Pro- 
uuctions, inc. 

THE BEAR trap. DU19999. SEE Chal- 
lenge of the Yukon, no. 643. 

BEARD CLARENCE M, 
Gospel skits and dialogues. Boston, 
Christopher Pub. House [1949]. 
174 p. © The Christopher Pub. 
House; 3Jan49; A28967. 

THE BEARD is gone. DU18814. SEE 
Kaplan, David Leon. 

BEAT the rap, DU19209. SEE KUliam, 
Paul. 

THE BEATITUDES in Aramaic. C3504. 
SEE Newey, Mary Yonan. 

BEATRICE. DU19736. SEE Gersten- 
berg, Alice. 

BEATTIE, Dan. 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
The Green Hornet (Radio program) 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 

BEATY, CecU Jack. 
Mud in your eye 1 DU18116. SEE 
O'NeUl, Frank Herbert. 

BEAU Jack. C3513. SEE The American 
Way, no. C87. 

BEAUMARCHAIS, PIERRE AUGUSTIN 
CARONDE. 
The marriage of Figaro, a translation of 



Beaumarchais' "Le mariage de Figaro,' 
by Charlotte Frankel. © Charlotte 
Frankel; Ic llApr49; DU19490. 

BEAUTY— with a purpose! C3426. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

BECAUSE of their unbelief. DU19392. 
SEE The Greatest Story Ever Told, 
no. 103. 

BECHET, REN6 -RICHARD. 
Le cantique de la nativite, scenes con- 
templatives d'apres les Evangiles en 
douze tableaux, un prologue et un 
epilogue, de Rene-Richard Bechet. 
Musique de scene de Henriette Roget. 
[Text only] © Rene-Richard Bechet; 
Ic 2Dec48;DU18024. 

BECK, John. 
KUl the umpire. DU20159. SEE Hill, 
James Henry. 

A BED with the others. SEE Mayorga, 
Margaret. The best one-act plays of 
1948-1949. AA117053. 



BEDLAM in Bohemia. DU19161. 
Levine, Ben. 



SEE 



BEDORTHA, JIM. 
Mexican heydaze, a musical comedy 
in two acts. Book by Jim Bedortha, 
lyrics by Noel French music by 
Howard L. Richards. [Text and music 
on separate leaves] © Howard L. 
Richards, Jr. Jim Bedortha, Noel 
French; Ic 16Jun49; DU20395. 

THE BEELER gang. DU20403. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2557-1782. 

BEFORE and after. C3339. SEE Hewson, 
Isabel Manning. 

BEFRIELSE. DP18860. SEE NUsen, 
Ernst. 

THE beggar's opera. DP1912 7. SEE 
Gay, John. 

BEGOTTEN. DU19645. SEE Kirk- 
patrick, John. 

BEHEADED roses. DU18690, SEE Raddi, 
Primo. 

BEHIND that door, DU20370, SEE Wood- 
mansee, Horace Albro, 

BEHIND the front page, DU17879. SEE 
Gidding, Nelson. 

BEHREND, FRANZ HEINRICH. 

The mystery of "ivan, the Terrible," a 
satiric detective film by F. H. Behrend. 
Translated from German into English 
by Marion Lee Taylor. © F. H. Behrend; 
Ic 4Mar49;DU19309. 

The mystery of "Ivan, the Terrible " a 
satiric detective play in five acts oy 
F. H. Behrend. Translated from German 
into English by Marion Lee Taylor, 
© F. H. Behrend; Ic 4Mar49; DU18870. 

The mystery of "Ivan, the Terrible," 
a satiric detective radio play by F. H. 
Behrend. Translation from the German 
by Marion Lee Taylor. © Franz Heinrich 
Behrend; Ic 4Mar49; DU19094. 

BEHRENS, PAUL ALBERT. 
Liebe deinen Naechsten (Love thy 
neighbor). [In German. Film script] 
© Paul A. Behrens; Ic 28Apr49; 
DU19827. 

BEHRMAN, CHESTER THEODORE. 

Hour before midnight; opening program 
for new radio stations, written by 
Chet Behrman. © Chester T. Behrman; 
lDec48;DP18168. 

Junior jamboree; radio script no. 57, 
Mar. 29, 1949 by Chet Behrman. © The 
Crosley Broadcasting Corp.; Ic 30Mar49; 
C3534. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BEHRMAN, Chet. SEE Behrman, Chester 
Theodore. 

BEIM, NORMAN. 
Echo and Narcissus, a poetic melodrama 
in five acts. © Norman Beim; Ic 
19May49;DU20096. 

BEL ami. DU19595. SEE Eckhardt, Fritz, 

BELA, NICHOLAS FRANCIS. 
Emergency operation, a comedy in three 
acts. © Nicholas Bela; Ic 4Feb49; 
DU18461.^ 
Saint Peter's umbrella, a musical 
comedy in two acts. Based on the 
novel of Kalman Mikszath. [Text only 1 
© Nicholas Bela; Ic 18Feb49; DU18659. 

BELGRADE, DAVID. 

Yea gods I A play in three acts. 
© David Belgrade; Ic 21Apr49; 
DU19648. 

BELIEVE-receive. SEE Saint Mary- 
of-the-Woods College. One-act plays 
for all girl casts, DP17989. 

BELL JAMES H. 
The figurine, a play in two acts by 
Sheridan McRae [pseud.] © James 
H. Bell; Ic 29Apr49; DU19835. 

BELL, Robert. 
Headliners and sideltners. DP19143. 
SEE The Telerama Company. 

BELL, RUTH. 
A specialized educational program of 
the air: The shorthand dictation class 
of the air. [Sample script] © Dr. 
Ruth Bell; fc 23Mar49; C3532. 

BELL, STANLEY JAMES. 
Birds of passage, a play in three acts. 
© Stanley J. Bell; Ic 7Mar49; on 
revisions; DU18997, Prev. reg. 
10Aug48;DU15902, 
His wife's first husband, a play in three 
acts, © Stanley James Bell; Ic 13Jan49- 
on revisions; DU18015. Prev. reg. "The 
man upstairs," 18Nov48; DU17206. 

BELL, book and candle. DU19952. SEE 
Van Druten, John. 

THE BELL of Padre Junipero. DU18953. 
SEE The Hour of St. Francis (Radio 
program) 

BELLA-Maya. DU19949. SEE Ely, 
John T, A. 

LA BELLE Meuniere, DP19396. SEE 
Pagnol, Marcel. 

BELLEROPHON. SEE Kaiser Georg. 
Griechische Dramen. AF974z. 



THE BELLS of Calais. DU20345. 
Marshack, Alexander. 



SEE 



THE BELT buckle. DU20402. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no, 2556-1781, 

BELT surgery. C3717. SEE WUding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

BELWIN, inc. 
Thirty minutes at the county fair. 
DP20463. SEE Martin, Gertrude 
Graves. 

BENHogan. C3645. SEE The American 
Way (Radio program) 

THE BENCH warmer. DU18178. SEE 
The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 115. 

BENDIX Home Appliances, inc. 
The washer that couldn't happen. 
DU19509. SEE Wilding Picture Produc- 
tions, inc. 



THE BENEFIT plan. DU18076. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

BENNETT, DONN HENRY. 
Just a minute; audition script for a 
half -hour weekly audience participa- 
tion show. © Donn H. Bennett; Ic 
20Apr49; C3590. 

BENNETT, JOSEPH DEERICKS. 
The common man. a satirical comedy 
in three acts. © Joseph Bennett; Ic 
19Jan49;DU18083. 

BENNICK HUGH RICHARD. 
Don't call me Junior, a comedy in one 
act. Boston Baker's Plays [1949], 
26 p. © Waiter H. Baker Co.; 5Feb49; 
DP18507, 

BENTHAM, JOSEPHINE. 
Oh, my darling! A musical comedy in 
two acts. Book and lyrics by Josephine 
Bentham. music by Paul Nordoff. 
[Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Josephine Bentham, Paul Nordoff; 
Ic 13Apr49;DU19551. 

BENTON, WILLIAM RAYMOND. 
Wnat is it? Television program script. 
© William Raymond Benton; Ic 8Feb49; 
C3397. 

BERCOVICI, BERNARD S. 
Suzy Popover and the man in the moon. 
First week, story 1 [for radio] 
© Bernard S, Bercovici; Ic 14Mar49; 
C3482. 

THE BEREAN system for marking liter- 
ature. Supplement. C3516. SEE Harris, 
Samuel B. 

BERESFORD, HUGH. 
The second guest, a play in one act, by 
Hugh Beresford and C. S. St. Brelade 
Seale. Boston, Baker's Plays [1949L 
14 p. (Baker's royalty plays) © Walter 
H. Baker Co.; llMar49; DP19231. 

BERGEN, Edgar John. SEE The Charlie 
McCarthy Show (Radio program) 

BERGER, Josef. 
Bowleg Bill, the sea-going cowboy. 
DU19243. SEE Stewart, Virginia 
Harden. 

BERGER, Sylvia. SEE 
The Eternal Light (Radio program) 
You Are There (Radio program) 

BERKOWITZ, Albert M. 
Somersault in the sea. DU20567. SEE 
Mangum, Edward P. 

BERLAND, SYDNEY ISAAC. 
Rehearsal, a comedy in three acts. 
© Sydney Isaac Berland; Ic 28Dec48; 
DU18413, 

BERLIN, Irving. 
Annie get your gun. DU19868. SEE 

Fields, Herbert. 
Miss Liberty. DU19826. SEE Sherwood, 

Emmet. 

BERMAN, ROSE BAKALAR. 
Prince United Nations, a play in two 
acts, © Rose Bakalar Berman; Ic 
3Mar49; DU18819. 

BERNARD, JEAN JACQUES. 
Marie Stuart reine d ficosse; piece 
en douze taoleaux et un epUogue, 
Suivie de Richelieu, evocation radio- 
phonique. Paris, A. Michel [1949]. 
281 p. (His Theatre, t. 7) © Albin 
Michel; 2ijan4 9; DP19398. 

BERNARD -LUC, JEAN. 
Le complexe de Philemon, comedie en 
deux actes. © Jean Bernard-Luc 
(Lucien Boudousse); Ic 25Mar49; 
DU19404. 



BERNFELD, ROSE MORRIS. 
Liberty, a play in one act. © Rose 
Morris Bernfield; Ic 6Apr49; DU19636. 

BERNHART, Gerd. 
Home-longing. SEE Selden, Samuel. 
International folk plays. DP20078. 

BERNSTEIN, BEATRICE. 
Music brought us together, a story. 
© Beatrice Bernstein; Ic 17Mar49; 
DU19447. 

BERNSTEINj HENRI. 
La sotf; piece en trois actes. © Henri 
Bernstein; Ic 25Mar49; DU19406. 



BERNSTEIN, Richard. 
In person. DU17823. 
Paul F. 



SEE Adler, 



BERNSTEIN, ROBERT ALAN. 
The moral of the rabbits, a play in one 
act, © Robert Alan Bernstein; Ic 
25May49;DU20126. 

BERRY, ED. J. 
Spell your name- radio quiz show. 
[Sample script] © Ed. J. Berry; Ic 
31Mar49; C3694. 

BERSON, LILLIAN. 
Inside the book, a one act play. New York, 

School Plays, cl948. 13 p. A Play 

Club selection for the Young America 

play series. 
Their first Thanksgiving a one act 

play. New York, School Plays, cl948. 

12 p. A Play Club selection for the 

Young America play series. © School 

Plays, inc.; lDec48; DP 18028. 

BERTRAM, Lee, pseud. SEE Reinherz, 
Leona Gosman. 

THE BEST one-act plays of 1948-1949. 
AA117053. SEE Mayorga, Margaret. 

BESTER, ALFRED. 
Blind-man's buff, a comedy in three acts. 

© Alfred Bester; Ic 26jan49; DU18354. 
Nick Carter, Master Detective. SEE 

Nick Carter, Master Detective (Radio 

program) 

BESTOR, Constance. SEE Bestor, Sarah 
Constance. 

BESTOR, SARAH CONSTANCE. 
Man's little woman, a play in three 
acts, by Constance Bestor. © Constance 
Bestor; Ic 14Mar49; DU19111. 

BETRAYAL I DU19866. SEE Burton, 
Gertrude Marian. 

THE BETRAYAL and the crucifixion. 
DU19575. SEE The Greatest Story Ever 
Told, no. 106. 

THE BETRAYAL of Toussaint L'Ouverture. 
DU19078, SEE You Are There, no. 63. 

BETSY'S dream. DU19504. SEE Moessel, 
Julius. 

THE BETTER mousetrap. DU19907. SEE 
Eiten, Myles, 

BETTER to reign. DU18440. SEE Chapman, 
John Trail. 

BETTI UGO. 
U fratello protegge e ama; dramma in 
tre atti. © Aw. Ugo Betti; Ic 31Mar49; 
DU20438. 

BETWEEN us the dark. DU20434. SEE 
Key, Naiad Cresap. 

BEY, ABDUL AHMAD. 
Fear- or, I had no chance to live. 
A play in one act. © Abdul Ahmad Bey; 
Ic 27Dec48;DUl9210. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



BEYEA, BasU. 
Explosion at 17 Elm. DU19887. SEE 
Davis, Leo Aaron. 

BEYOND Mecca. DU17830. SEE McCurdey, 
Catharine Miller. 

BEYOND the sunset. DU18650. SEE 
Chamberlain, Lowell Colby. 

BICHROME refraction. C3521, SEE 
Walker, Robert Norman. 

BIDS from the kids. DU19905. SEE 
Rowe (Ralph J.) Productions. 

BIDWELL, Sylvia. 
WhisUe and bell. DU19000. SEE 
McCormick, Langdon. 

BIEL, Edward V. 
Can you write a song? C3779. SEE 
Newman, Ruby. 

THE BIG ace. DU19894. SEE The 
Shadow, no. 367. 

THE BIG and Little Club audition. C3237, 
SEE Posner (Dr. A.) Shoes, inc. 

BIG as life. DP19933. SEE Russell, 
Earl Louis. 

BIG auger. DU18120. SEE Roscoe, 
Theodore. 

BIG BUI Landis. DU18312. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2487-1712. 

BIG brother. DP20105. SEE Reach, 
James. 

THE BIG city. DU18498. SEE Poor, 
Johnson. 

THE BIG day. C3617. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

THE BIG engine. DU20336. SEE Sidorsky, 
Judith. 

THE BIG one that got away. DU17978. SEE 
Dr. Christian, no. 528. 

THE BIG potato. DP19790. SEE Wilkin- 
son, Richard Hill. 

BIG time. DU19497. SEE Quadrangle 
Club of Washington University, St. Louis. 

BIG to-do about something. DU94985. 
SEE Pratt, Louise C. 

THE BIG toe. DU19106. SEE Roman, 
Lawrence. 

THE BIG town. DU19246. SEE Valentine, 
Richard Harden. 

THE BIG voice. DU20071. SEE Byrne, 
John Joseph. 

BIGELOW, OTIS MUNRO. 
The lion and the unicorn, a play in 
three acts. © Otis Bigelow; Ic 28Apr49; 
DU19795. 

BIGSTUFF, the elephant. DU18006. SEE 
Cartoon Teletales, Nov. 14, 1948. 

BILL Harpel's News notebook. C3448, 
SEE Harpel, Willis Russell. 

BILLVeeck. C3649. SEE The American 
Way (Radio program) 

BILLIE THE BROWNIE (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Lawrence 
E. Teich. © Ed. Schuster & Co., inc. 

10. Nov. 25, 1948. The wonderful train 
that BUlie buUt. © Ic 7Apr49; DU19469. 

16. Dec. 2, 1948. Stone in the road. 
© Ic 7Apr49;DU19470. 



19. Dec. 6, 1948. King Hawkbeak. 

© Ic 7Apr49;DU19471. 
21. Dec. 8, 1948. Christ Child in the 

ruins. © Ic 7Apr49; DU19472. 
23. Dec. 10, 1948. Rhymes of good 

health. © Ic 7Apr49; DU19473. 
28. Dec. 16, 1948. Billie the Brownie's 

own alphabet. © Ic 7Apr49; DU19474. 
30. Dec. 18, 1948. Dream train. 

© Ic 7Apr49;DU19475. 

32. Dec. 21, 1948. Questions about 
Christmas answered by Billie and Santa. 
© Ic 7Apr49;DU19476. 

33. Dec. 22, 1948. Song of the Christmas 
stockings. © Ic 7Apr49; DU19477. 

BIMONTE RICHARD IRPINIO. 
Christy Adamo, a comedy in three acts. 
© Richard Irpinio Bimonte; Ic 7Feb49: 
DU18425, 

THE BIOLOGY of soU. SEE Ludwig, 
Harvey Fred. Rotary tillage talk by 
M-E. C3528. 

BIRABEAU, ANDRfe.^ 
Le Seducteur, comedie en trois actes. 
cl948. (In Les Oeuvres libres, no. 29. 
Paris, A. Fayard, 1948. p. [2311-318) 
© Andre Birabeau; 150ct48; DP18019. 

BIRCHARD (C. C.) and Company. 
Henry Penny. DP19286. SEE Adam, 
Joseph. 



BIRD, beast, or fish. 
Forster, Herman. 



DU18822. SEE 



BIRDS of passage. SEE 
BeU, Stanley James. DU18997. 
McGUl, Jerry. DU20329. 

BIRDSALL, ELIZABETH MONTAGUE. 
I love you truly, a comedy in one act. 
Boston, Baker s Plays [19491. 29 p. 
(Baker s royalty plays) © Walter 
H. Baker Co.; 23Feb49; DP19395. 

BIRSH, HENRY WILLIAM. 
The consuming passion, a drama in four 
acts by William Henry Ahriman [pseud.] 
© Henry William Birsh; Ic 27May49; 
DU20160. 

BIRTH. DU18987. SEE Curry, Clarence. 

THE BIRTH of charity. DP18918. SEE 
Allington, Raymond. 

THE BIRTH of Paul Bunyan. DU20340. 
SEE Glazer, Tom, 

THE BIRTHDAY of the Infanta. DU19606. 
SEE Your Show Time (Television pro- 
gram) 

BIRTHRIGHT. DU19339, SEE The Green 
Hornet, no. 925. 

BISSON, Andre. 
Eau trouble. DU19822. SEE Tremois, 
Edge. 

A BIT of old Ireland. DU18563. SEE 
Winter, Janet. 

BITCH on wheels. DU19742. SEE Craven 
Bernard H. 

BITE the dust. DU18948. SEE Reynolds, 
Earle Landry. 

BLACHER, Boris. 
Die Flut. DU19193. SEE Cramer, 

Heinz von. 
Die Nachtschwalbe. DP18041. SEE 
Wolf, Friedrich. 

BLACK, Matthew Wilson. 
Typical Elizabethan plays. A28876. 
SEE Schelling, Felix Emmanuel. 

BLACK, THOMAS EARL HOWARD. 
Dream in hand, a comedy in three acts 
by Macklym Hartyl [pseud.] © Thomas 



E. H. Black; Ic 18Mar49; on revisions; 
DU20055. Prev. reg. 3May37; D49431. 

THE BLACK and white pup. DU19364. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 628. 

BLACK Hamlet. DU19912. SEE Bright, 
John. 

THE BLACK lamb. DU19616. SEE Kubli, 
Nicholas Ott. 

BLACK-outs. DU18045. SEE Roboz, 
Aladar. 

BLACK Piet. SEE Selden, Samuel. 
International folk plays. DP20078. 

THE BLACK robe. DU20127, SEE Visual 
Drama, inc. 

BLACKMAIL on the wing. DU20355. SEE 
Little Herman, no. 23. 

BLAIR, Beula, pseud, SEE Banks, 
Bertha. Mae. 

BLAKA Kabonga. C3641. SEE Brate, 
Charlotte. 

BLAKE, SARAH SWAN (WELD). 
Once in a thousand years, a play of 
Anglo-Saxon times in three acts, by 
Sarah Weld, Music by Newton Swift and 
Roy S. Stoughton. Book 1. The play. 
Ill p. illus. Bibliography: p. 107. 
Text only. © Sarah Swan Weld Blake; 
Ic 27Dec48; on revisions; DU18038. 
Prev. reg. 3jun33, D22718; 25Jul44, 
D89783; 20ct46, D6302; 22Dec47, 
D13014. 

BLAKE, Walter, pseud. SEE Braun, 
WUbur. 

BLAYDES, ELEANOR AGNES. 
The holy night, a Christmas play in one 
act. © Eleanor Agnes Blaydes; Ic 
31Jan49;DU18364. 

BLESSED are the poor. DU19457. SEE 
Feinbaum, Israel. 

THE BLESSING. DU18135. SEE Bucky, 
Frida Sarsen. 

BLIMPY. DU20367. SEE FoU, Charles. 

THE BLIND caterpillar. DU20426. SEE 
Shand, William. 

BLIND date. DU19634. SEE Aldrich 
Family, no. 493. 

BLIND -man's buff. DU18354. SEE Bester, 
Alfred. 

BLISTERS. DU19185. SEE Johnson, Otto. 

BLOB editor. DU20380. SEE Aldrich 
Family, no. 501. 

BLOCH, Julia, SEE Straus, Julia Bloch. 

BLOCK, Aleen Barbara. 
It's a hit. DU18737. SEE Sievers, 
David Wieder. 

BLOCK, BILL. 
Pumpkin eater. DU19097. SEE Kerr, 

Berrilla. 

BLOOD of India. DU19139. SEE Little 
Herman, no. 8. 

BLOOD under the tree. DU18082. SEE 
Lester, Noel Bovell. 

BLOOM, SEYMOUR L. 

Hollywood marriage, a revue sketch. 
© Seymour L. Bloom; Ic 29Apr49; 
DU19833. 

Now you see it, a revue sketch. © Sey- 
mour L. Bloom; Ic 29Apr49; DU19834, 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BLOOMBERG, DONALD. 
The Parsons story, a blackout sketch. 
3 leaves. ® Donald Bloomberg; Ic 
31Jan49;DU18368. 

BLOW the loud clarion. DU19701. SEE 
Gardner, Rufus Hallette. 

BLUE sequins. DU18086. SEE Mair, 
Mary Emma. 

THE BLUNDERING sophomores. DU18180. 
SEE The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 109. 

BOB Kurland. C3670. SEE The American 
way (Radio program) 

BOBBY Jones. C3224. SEE The American 
Way, C54. 

BODANSKY, Hugo, pseud. SEE litis, Hugo. 

BOD FISH, MORTON. 
Statement of facts, as published by the 
Illinois Bankers Association, with 
explanations by the savings and loan 
business. © United States Savings and 
Loan League; Ic 7Feb49; C3398. 

BODIES galore. DU19699. SEE DeKay, 
Nona Re id. 

BODY and soul. DU18302. SEE Lux 
Radio Theatre, Nov. 15, 1948. 

BOGART, Barbara. SEE LoCicero, 
Barbara Elizabeth Bogart. 

BOGHOSIAN, Alice. 
Atchkut Loois. DU18688. SEE Chobanian, 
Yervant. 

LA BOHEME. C3777. SEE Weiner, 
Joseph J. 

LA BOHEME Vineyards Company. SEE 
Schenley Industries, inc. 

BOHN, JOHN YATES. 
Leonce. a play with music in three acts. 
Variations on a theme originally stated 
in the German of George Buechner. 
[Text only] © John Yates Bohn; Ic 
Bjun49;DU20247. 

BOLEN, VIRGINIA. 
With no awakening, a translation and 
adaptation of Anton Checkov's "The 
cherry orchard," by Virginia Bolen 
and Ben Edwards. © Virginia Bolen, 
Ben Edwards; Ic 14Mar49; DU19117.- 

BOLTON, Guy. 
Miss Mabel. DU19316. SEE Sherriff, 
R. C, 

BOLTON, Larry. 
The bat. DU20575. SEE Strauss, 
Johann. 

BONANZA 47. SEE The ChaUenge 
of the Yukon, no. 596. 

BONDS, Margaret. 
Cover to cover. DU20204. SEE May, 
Marjorie. 

LE BONHEUR est dans le pre. SEE 
Charbonnier, Lucien. Le songe sur 
la terrasse. DU18517. 

BOOK of books. DP18541. SEE The 
Eternal Light, no. 197. 

A BOOK of dramas. A23577. SEE Car- 
penter, Bruce. 

BOOKJANS, BERTHA ROSE. 
Magic on Christmas Eve, a play in four 
scenes. © Bertha Rose Bookjans; Ic 
lMar49;DU19110. 

THE BOOMERANG pitch. DU20307. SEE 
The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 128. 



BOOSEY & Hawkes, inc. 
The gypsy baron. DU20282. SEE 

Strauss, Johann. ^ 

Oedipus rex, DP19162. SEE Stravinskii, 

Igor' Fedorovich. 
The rake's progress. DU18957. SEE 

Stravinskii, Igor' Fedorovich. 

BOOTH, PHRYA HECKER. 
Table for two. a play in one act by Polly 
Booth [pseud.J © Phrya Booth; Ic 
6Jun49;DU20271. 

BOOTH, Polly, pseud. SEE Booth, 
Phrya Hecker. 

BORCHERT, WOLFGANG. 
Outside the door, a play in a prologue 
and five scenes by Wolfgang Borchert. 
Translated from the German, "Draussen 
vor der Tur," by Erwin Piscator and 
Zoe Lund-Schiller. © Erwin Piscator; 
Ic 25Feb49;DU19781. 

BORG-Warner Corporation. 
The American economy. C3655. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
What do you want? C3656. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

BORG-Wamer Corporation. Norge 
Division. 

The golden touch. DU18698. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

BORING, RANDOLPH O. 
The chosen one, a three act play of 
Sankyism, by Rand Bowring [pseud.] 
© Randolph O. Boring; le 28Feb49; 
DU18808. 

BORTNER, NORMAN STANLEY. 
Road show, a comedy in three acts by 
Stanley Bortner. © Norman Stanley 
Bortner; Ic 7Mar49; DU19190. 

BORTNER, Stanley. SEE Bortner, 
Norman Stanley. 

THE BOSS of Cedar Bend. DU18148. 
SEE The Lone Ranger, no. 2495-1720. 

BOSTON BLACKIE (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Ralph 
Rosenberg. © Frederic W. Ziv Co. 

21-40. Aug. 27, Sept. 6, 13. 20 Oct. 4, 
11, 18, 25, Nov. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, Dec. 6, 
13, 20, 27, 1945. Jan. 3, 8, 15, 1946. 
© Ic each 3jan49; DU17846-17865. 

41-60. Jan. 22. 29, Feb. 5, 12, 19, 26, 
Mar. 5, 12, 19, 26, Apr. 2, 9, 16, 23, 
30, May 7, 14, 21, 28, June 4, 1946. 
© Ic each 7Jan49; DU17907-17926. 

61-80. June 11, 18, 25, July 2, 9, 16, 
23, 30, Aug. 6, 13, 20, 27, Sept. 3, 10, 

17, 24, Oct. 1, 8, 15. 22, 1946. © Ic 
each 6Jan49:DUl7927-17946. 

81-85. Oct. 29, Nov. 5, 12, 19, 26, 1946. 

© Ic each 12Jan49; DU18196-18200. 
86-90. Dec. 3, 10, 17, 31, 1946, Jan. 7, 

1947. © Ic each 12jan49;DUl8191- 

18195. 
91-100. Jan. 14, 21, [28] Feb. 4, 11, 

18, 25, Mar. 4, 11, 18, 1947. © Ic 
each 12jan49;DU18181-18190. 

101. Mar. 25, 1947. © Ic 12jan49; 
DU18213. 

102. Apr. 1, 1947. © Ic 12jan49; 
DU18212. 

103. Apr. 8, 1947. © Ic 12jan49; 
DU18211. 

104. Apr. 16, 1947. © Ic 12jan49; 
DU18210, 

105. Apr. [22] 1947. © Ic 12lan49; 
DU18209. 

106. Apr. 29, 1947. © Ic 12jan49; 
DU18208. 

107. May 7, 1947. © Ic 12jan49; 
DU18207. 

108. May 14, 1947. © Ic 12jan49; 
DU18206. 

109. May 21, 1947. © Ic 12jan49; 
DU18205. 

110. May 28, 1947. © Ic 12jan49: 
DU18204. 

10 



111. June 4, 1947. © Ic 12jan49; 
DU18203. 

112. June 11, 1947. © le 12jan49; 
DU18202. 

113. June 18, 1947. © Ic 12jan49; 
DU18201. 

114. June 25, 1947. © Ic 12jan49; 
DU18220. 

115. July 2, 1947. © Ic 12jan49; 
DU18219. 

116. July 9, 1947. © Ic 12jan49; 
DU18218. 

117. July 16, 1947. © Ic 12jan49; 
DU18217. 

118. July 23, 1947. © Ic 12jan49; 
DU18216. 

119. July 30, 1947. © Ic 12jan49; 
DU18215. 

120. Aug. 6, 1947. © le 12Jan49; 
DU182f4. 

121. Aug. 13, 1947. © Ic 14Jan49; 
DU18230. 

122. Aug. 20, 1947. © Ic 14Jan49: 
DU18229. 

123. Aug. 27, 1947. © Ic 14jan49; 
DU18228. 

124. Sept. 3, 1947. © le 14jan49; 
DU18227. 

125. Sept. 10, 1947. © Ic 14Jan49; 
DU18226. 

126. Sept. 17, 1947. © Ic 14Jan49; 
DU18225. 

127. Sept. 24, 1947. © Ic 14Jan49; 
DU18224. 

128. Oct. 1, 1947. © Ic 14jan49; 
DU18223. 

129. Oct. 8, 1947. © Ic 14Jan49; 
DU18222. 

130. Oct. 15, 1947. © Ic 14Jan49; 
DU18221. 

131. Oct. 22, 1947. © Ic 14Jan49; 
DU18240. 

132. Oct. 29, 1947. © Ic 14Jan49; 
DU18239. 

133. Nov. 5, 1947. © Ic 14jan49; 
DU18238. 

134. Nov. 12, 1947. © Ic 14jan49; 
DU18237. 

135. Nov. 19, 1947. © Ic 14Jan49; 
DU18236. 

136. Nov. 26, 1947. © Ic 14jan49; 
DU18235. 

137. Dec. 3, 1947. © Ic 14jan49; 
DU18234. 

138. Dec. 10, 1947. © Ic 14Jan49; 
DU18233. 

139. Dec. 17, 1947. © Ic 14jan49; 
DU18232. 

140. Dec. 31, 1947. © Ic 14jan49; 
DU18231. 

141. Jan. 7, 1948. © Ic 14jan49; 
DU18249. 

142. Jan. 14, 1948. © Ic 14Jan49: 
DU18250. 

143. Jan. 21, 1948. © Ic 14Jan49; 
DU18247. 

144. Jan. 2 7, 1948. © Ic 14Jan49; 
DU18248. 

145. Feb. 4, 1948. © Ic 14Jan49; 
DU18245. 

146. Feb. 11, 1948. © Ic 14Jan49; 
DU18246. 

147. Feb. 18, 1948. © Ic 14Jan49; 
DU18243. 

148. Feb. 25, 1948. © Ic 14jan49; 
DU18244. 

149. Mar. 3, 1948, © Ic 14Jan49; 
DU18241. 

150. Mar. 10, 1948. © Ic 14Jan49; 
DU18242. 

151. Mar. 17, 1948. © Ic 14jan49; 
DU18258. 

152. Mar. 24, 1948. © Ic 14Jan49; 
DU18259. 

153. Mar. 31, 1948. © Ic 14Jan49; 
DU18256. 

154. Apr. 7, 1948. © Ic 14Jan49; 
DU18257. 

155. Apr. 14, 1948. © Ic 14jan49; 
DU18260. 

156. Apr. 21, 1948. © Ic 14jan49; 
DU18255. 

157. Apr. 28, 1948. © Ic 14Jan49; 
DU18253. 

158. May 5, 1948. © Ic 14Jan49; 
DU182S4. ' 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



BOSTON BLACKIE. Cont'd, 

159. May 12, 1948. S le 14Jan49; 
DU18251. 

160. May 19, 1948. >£ Ic 14jan49; 
DU18252. 

161-180. May 26, June 2, 9, 16, 23, 

30,July 7, 14, 21 28^ Aug. 11, 18, 

25, Sept. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, Oct. 6, 

13, 1948. 3 Ic each 17Jan49; DU18261- 

18280. 
181. Oct. 20, 1948. ® Ic llMar49; 

DU19071. 
184. Nov. 10, 1948. © Ic llMar49; 

DU19072. 
187. Dec. 1, 1948. X Ic llMar49; 

DU19073, 
190. Dec. 29, 1948. 3 Ic llMar49; 

DU19074. 
193, Jan. 19, 1949, © Ic llMar49; 

DU19075. 
196. Feb. 9, 1949. S Ic llMar49; 

DU19076. 
199. Mar. 2, 1949, © Ic 27May49; 

DU20193. 
202. Mar. 23, 1949. © Ic 27May49; 

DU20194. 
205. Apr. 13, 1949. © Ic 27May49; 

DU20195. 



THE BOSTONIANS. DU19510. 
Quinn, Alison. 



SEE 



BOSUSTOW, JAMES URE. 
Carnival for coconuts, a comed)^ in 
three acts by Jim Bosustow. & James 
Ure Bosustow; Ic 25Feb49; DU18895. 



BOSWELL, Mary Louise. 
Clem's barber shoo. DU18693. 



SEE 



Boswell, ToUa Raymond. 
Let's go shopping with Mary Lou. 
DU19263, SEE Boswell, Tolla Raymond. 

BOSWELL, TOLLA RAYMOND, 
Clem's barber shop, by Tolla Raymond 
Boswell and Mary Louise Bosw'ell. 

B Television script] © Tolla Raymond 
oswell, Jr., Mary Louise Boswell; 
lc^lOFeb49; DU18693. 
Let's go shopping with Mary Lou, by 
Tolla Raymond Boswell and Mary Louise 
Boswell. [Sample television script] 
© Tolla Raymond Boswell, Jr., Mary 
Louise Boswell; Ic 28Mar49; DU19263. 

BOTE (Ed.) & G. Bock. 
Die Flut, DU19193. SEE Cramer, 

Heinz von. 
Die Nachtschwalbe. DP18041. SEE 

Wolf, Friedrich, 

BOUDOUSSE, Lucien. SEE Bemard-Luc, 
Jean. 

BOUGHS and holly. C3378. SEE The 
Voice of Christmas, no, 3. 

BOUND for glory. DU19577. SEE 
Chamberlain, Lowell Colby. 

BOURBON Street. DU19974, SEE 
Farley, Richard Joseph. 

BOURKE, JOHN JAMES. 
The busy buddies, a sketch by Jack 
Riano [pseud.] and Marjorie Howard. 
© John J. Bourke, Marjorie Howard; 
Ic 14Feb49;DU18558. 

BOWEN, VERNON. 
Little Tommy Tinkle, the little bell 
who found a big job; an original children's 
operetta. Book by Vernon Bowen, 
lyrics by Edward Lane, music by John 
Jacob Loeb. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] 3 Vernon Bowen Edward Lane, 
John Jacob Loeb; Ic 5Apr49; DU19652. 

BOWER, Grant, pseud. SEE Bower 
Roy E. B. 

BOWER, ROY E. B. 
Brownstone front, a murder play in three 
acts by Grant Bower [pseud.] © Roy 
E. B. Bower; Ic 10May49; DU19929, 



854120 0-49-3 



DOWLEG Bill, the sea-going cowboy. 
DU19243. SEE Stewart, Virginia Harden. 

BOWRING, Rand, pseud. SEE Boring, 
Randolph O. 

A BOY and his dog. DU20544. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 663. 

BOY with courage. DU18044. SEE 
The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 93. 

BOYD, Caroline. SEE Boyd, Carolyn 
Fitzgerald-Plummer. 

BOYD, Carolyn Fitzgerald-Plummer, 
Galabeea. DU1788 7. SEE MUler, 

Stanley Arthur. 
The O'Briens of Paris. DU19738. SEE 
Miller, Stanley Arthur. 

BOYD, James Michael, 
The cold war of Mr. Tuttle. DU18035. 

SEE Mosher (Ira) Associates, inc. 
Men at work-together. DU18034. SEE 

Mosher (Ira) Associates, inc. 
Platform for America. DU18036. SEE 

Mosher (Ira) Associates, inc. 

BOYD, MOREON BEURNERE. 
Of life, a song; a children's musical 
for adults, in four acts. [Text and 
music on seoarate leaves] © Mrs, 
Moreon Boya; Ic 12Apr49; DU19541. 

BOYKIN, PATRICIA HENRY. 
Tugaloo, a musical play in three acts, by 
Cynthia Gale [pseud.] © Patricia Henry 
Boykin; Ic 6Jan49; DU17888. 

BOYLES, RAYMOND JAMES. 
The death of Jesus Christ; radio script 

by Jay James [pseud. ] © Raymond 

James Boyles; Ic 9May49; C3668. 
A piece of cord; radio monologue by 

Jay James [pseud. ] © Raymond James 

Boyles; Ic 2May49; C3638. 
Thirty lashes; radio script by Jay James 

[pseud.] © Raymond James Boyles; 

Ic 9May49; C3667. 

BRADFORD, Bruce, pseud. SEE 
Hingston, Harold L. 

BRADFORD, ROY. 
Chameleon, a play in three acts, 
© Roy Bradford; Ic 24Jan49; DU18500. 

BRADIE, ABRAM BARTON. 
Hobbies — a must for cardiacs. 
[Lecture] © Abram Barton Bradie; 
ic 2May49; C3644. 



BRADLEY, David. 
No place to hide. 
Monks, John. 



DU20216. SEE 



BRANCH, HOUSTON. 
Springing Stephen, a comedy in three 
acts. & Houston Branch; Ic 4Mar49; 
DU18907. 



BRANCHES for Shvuoth. DP19934. 
Plotkin, Celia. 



SEE 



BRANCH OR, RUTH. 
Three blind dates; television series. 
[Sample script] 3 Ruth Branchor; Ic 
12May49; C3681, 

BRAND, JACK WILLIAM. 
Action autographs, [Sample television 
script] © Jack William Brand; Ic 
28Mar49;DU19379. 

BRAND, OSCAR, 

American almanac — December. [Re- 
cording script] ® Young People's 
Records, inc; Ic ljun49; DU20347. 

American almanac — Mav. [Recording 
script] © Young People's Records, 
inc.; Ic ljun49; DU20338. 

Let's all join in. [Recording script] 
© Young People s Records, inc.; 
Ic lJun49;DU20417. 



11 



BRANT, Henry. 
Kitchen music. DU20350. SEE 
Child, Malcolm. 

BRANT, JOHN QUINTEN, 
Vision of Avernus, a radio play. © John 
Quinten Brant; Ic 6May49; DU19909. 

BRANT, Neil. 
The silly chick. DU19649. SEE 
Fitelberg, Jerzy. 

BRASH, ARTHUR FRANCIS. 
The shadow of a dream, a comedy in three 
acts. © Arthur Francis Brash; Ic 
21Apr49; DU19854. 

BRASS dogs. DU18904. SEE Weiner, Ira 
Leslie. 

BRATE, CHARLOTTE. 
Blaka Kabonga, a sermon by Rt. Rev, Wm. 
Hearsay [pseud.] © Rt. Rev. Wm, 
Hearsay; Ic 2May49; C3641. 

BRAUDE, Michael. 
If there isn't, DU19656. 
Shirley Babcock, 



SEE Genther, 



BRAUN, Gilbert. SEE The Adventures of 
Frank Merriw ell (Radio program) 

BRAUN, Ruth, SEE The Adventures of 
Frank Merriw ell (Radio program) 

BRAUN, WILBUR. 

An apple for the teacher, a schoolroom 
comedy in one act, by Percy Forst 
l^pseud.] New York, S. French, cl948. 
37 p. illus. © Samuel French; 9Dec48; 
DP18092. 

Are you kidding? A richly amusing farce 
in three acts, by Russell Drake [pseud.] 
New York, S. French, cl948. 102 p. 
illus. © Samuel French; 30Dec48; 
DP17954. 

Confidentially, a captivating comedy for 
an all-female cast in one act, by Peggy 
Fernway [pseud.] New York, S. French, 
cl949. 41 p. illus, © Samuel French; 
10Mar49; DP19088, 

Feudin', a hillbilly comedy in one act. 
New York, S, French, cl948, 33 p. 
illus. © Samuel French; 17Dec48; 
DP18093. 

The hick from Hicksville; a fuU-of-fun 
comedy in three acts, by Ned Albert 
[pseud.] New York, S. French, [19491. 
106 p. illus. © Samuel French; 17May49; 
DP20104. 

Just one big happy family! An invigorating 
modern comedy in three acts, by Edith 
Loring [pseud.] New York, S. French, 
cl949. 107 p, illus, © Samuel French; 
17Feb49; DP19086, 

A month of Tuesdays; an exciting and 
amusing farce in three acts, by Orville 
Snapp [pseud.] New York, S. French 
[1949], 95 p. illus. © Samuel French; 
20Apr49; DP20079. 

My shadow, a one-act farcical pantomime. 
New York, S. French, cl949. 22 p. illus. 
© Samuel French; 29Apr49; DP20083. 

The roof fell in; a one-act hillbilly panto- 
mime, by Ned Albert [pseud.] New York, 
S. French, cl949. 20 p. illus. © Samuel 
French; 29Apr49; DP20084. 

Who would a-murdering go? A suspense- 
filled mystery comedy in three acts by 
Walter Blake [pseud.] New York, S. French 
[1948]. Ill p, illus, © Samuel French; 
lDec48; DP18097. 

THE BRAVE new tomorrow. DU18504, 
SEE Tani, Frederick Satoru. 

BREAD and wine. DU20386. SEE Kamile, 
Coleman, 

THE BREAKING of the bread. DP18834. 
SEE Yale, Elsie Duncan. 

BRECHER, Irving, SEE The Life of Riley 
(Radio program) 

BREITEN, Jerry, 
Out of a hat. DU20218. SEE Verbelovsky, 
Gerald. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BRENT, ROMNEY. 
From little acoms, a comedy in three 
acts, by Romney Brent and Elsa Larralde. 
© Romney Brent, Elsa Larralde: Ic 
15Feb49;DUl8576. 

BRETON, J. ROBERT. 
Sugar and spice, a new musical in two 
acts by J. Robert Breton. Lyrics by 
June Goldman, music by Mac Perrin. 
[Text only] © J. Robert Breton; Ic 
29Dec48;DU18443. 

BREVDA, MOSES. 
To the promised land, a play in two 
acts. 2d rev. and enlarged ed. 
New York, Bloch Pub. Co., 1949. 
9 leaves. ® Moses Brevda; 22Mar49; 
DP20123. Prev. reg. 12Dec44; DP91667. 

BREWER Helen James. 
Mint and anise. DU18759. SEE Wal- 
pole, Helen. 

BREWSTER, TOWNSEND TYLER. 
The choreography of love, a dramatic 
sketch. © Townsend Tyler Brewster- 
Ic 9Mar49;DU18995. 

THE BRIDAL theatre of the air. DU19793. 
SEE Ross, Harlan. 

THE BRIDGE. DU19324. SEE Schull, 
Joseph. 

BRIDIE, James, pseud. SEE Mavor, 
Osborne Heni^. 

THE BRIEFCASE snatcher, DU18157, 
SEE The Green Hornet, no. 910. 

BRIGHT, JOHN. 
Black Hamlet, a play in three acts. 
Based on a work by WuU Sachs. © John 
Bright, Wulf Sachs; Ic 6May49; DU19912, 

BRIGHT ember. DU19296. SEE Holman, 
Bertha. 

BRIGHT prospects. C3412. SEE WUding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

BRIGHT star of the west. DU19456. SEE 
Wenig, Edward Jacob. 

BRIGHTON, Bruce, pseud. SEE Lurch, 
Bruce John. 

BRILL. KLAUS. 
Acciaental music, a play. 16 leaves. 
© Klaus BrUl; Ic 180ct48; DU18940. 

BRINCKERHOFF, ELBERT VERMILYE. 

Cajun Pete says. [Radio commercial] 
© G. H. Tichenor Antiseptic Co.; Ic 
9jun49;C3758. 

Keep your breath Tichenor fresh. [Radio 
commercial] ® G. H. Tichenor Anti- 
septic Co.; Ic 9Jun49; C3759. 

There are qualities in Dr. Tichenor 's 
that you wUl not find in any other anti- 
septic. [Radio commercial] © G. H. 
Tichenor Antiseptic Co.; Ic 9Jun49; 
C3760. 

BRING home the bacon. DU17980. SEE 
Dr. Christian, no. 530. 

BRINKMAN, JULIA HIGGINS. 
Charge and send, a play in three acts. 
© Julia Higgins Brinkman; Ic 9Feb49; 
DU18462. 

BRISMAN, CHAIM. 
Love a la mode, a musical fantasy in 
two acts and seven scenes. [Text only] 
© Chaim Brlsman; Ic 16Mar49; DUl9r52. 

BRITTEN, BENJAMIN. 
The beggar's opera. DP19127. SEE 

Gay, John. 
The little sweep [a dramatlco-musical; 

libretto by Eric Crozler. music by] 

Benjamin Britten. Vocal score. 

[London] Boosey &Hawkes [1949]. 



37 p. Scene one. © Hawkes & Son 
(London) ltd.; 24May49; DP20323. 

BROADCAST Productions, inc. 
Land of fun. DU18333. SEE Schneiders, 
Joseph Anthony . 

BROADWAY cavalcade, C3806. SEE 
Kennedy, Walter Joseph. 

BROADWAY diner. DU19163. SEE 
Ettlinger, Don V. 

BRODERICK, FRANCIS T. 
The musical adventures of Serlna & 
Buster; a television program, by 
Buster Bumell [pseud.] © Francis T. 
Broderlck; Ic 14Feb49; DU18527. 

BRODNEY, SPENCER. 
Generally speaking, a comedy In three 
acts. © Spencer Brodney; Ic 28jun49; 
DU20566, 

BROGAN's gang. DU19034. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2506-1731. 

BROKEN records. SEE Felth, Erwin 
Peter. In distant land. DU19105. 

BROKEN song. DU18021, SEE Stephens, 
Peter John. 

BRONKO Nagurskl. C3688. SEE The 
American Way (Radio program) 

BROOKS, GEORGE FREDERICK. 
Unflnlsned, the story of mankind. A 
combination of words to music and 
description of suggested scenes. 

g'ext and music on separate leaves] 
George Frederick Brooks: Ic 17Feb49; 
DU18755. 

BROOKS, George Sprague. 
Dearly beloved. DU19467. SEE Brooks, 
Helen Clark. 

BROOKS, HELEN CLARK. 
Dearly beloved, a comedy in a prologue 
and three acts, by Helen C. and George 
S. Brooks. © Helen C. Brooks, George 
S. Brooks; Ic 7Apr49; DU19467. 

BROTMAN, OSCAR. 
Play bridge with the excerpts, [Sample 
television script] © Oscar Brotman; 
Ic 15Apr49; DU19601. 

BROUGHTON, JAMES. 
The playground [a play for precarious 
grown-ups] With drawings by Zev. 
[First pub. in Theatre arts. Text has 
been completely revised. San Francisco] 
Centaur Press, 1949. © James Broughton; 
lFeb49; A29956. 

BROWN, ALBERT M. 
Co-ed club, a one-act farce for teen- 
agers. Franklin, Ohio Eldridge En- 
tertainment House, C1948. 18 p. 
(Eldridge popular one act plays) 
© Eldridge Entertainment House, inc.; 
17Sep48;DP18631. 

BROWN, Elizabeth. SEE Burleson, 
Elizabeth Brown. 

BROWN HIMAN. 
The affairs of Peter Salem. DU19774. 

SEE Vlttes, Louis. 
The creaking door. [Sample radio script] 

© Hlman Brown; Ic 17Feb49; DU18649. 
International airport. DU19775. SEE 

Roeburt, John. 

BROWN, Kenneth W. 
On the highway to a dream. DU20537. 
SEE McCann, Christian David. 

BROWN, MARGARET WISE. 
Happy birthday. [Recording script] 
© Young People's Records, lnc.;lc 
ljun49; DU20337. 



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Little brass band. [Recording script] 
Story by Margaret Wise Brown, music 
by Walter Hendl. [Text and music on 
separate leaves] © Young People's 
Records, inc.; Ic ljun49; DU20348. 

BROWNE, ELLEN VAN VOLKENBURG. 

The American, a play in three acts by 

EUen Van Volkenburg, Based on the 

novel by Henry James, © Ellen Van 

Volkenburg; Ic 5Apr49; DU19413. 

THE BROWNIES, DU18403, SEE Price, 
Gertrude, 

BROWNSTONE front, DU19929, SEE 
Bower, Roy E. B. 

BROYLES, HORACE NEY. 
Guessing. [Suggestion for radio 
commercial] © H. N. Broyles; 
Ic 17Jan49;C3359. 

BRUCKNER, Ferdinand, pseud. SEE 
Tagger, Theodor. 

BRUSSELS, IRIS. 
Lesson on ... Explanations to piano 
pupils. © Iris Brussels; Ic each 
17Dec48. 

From an Indian lodge, by MacDowell. 
C3228. 

Minuet in G, by Beethoven. C3231. 

Scarf dance, by Chaminade. C3227. 

Scotch poem, by MacDowell. C3230. 

Serenade, by Chamhiade. C3229. 

Serenade, by Moszkowskl, C3233. 

To a WUd Rose, by MacDoweU, C3232, 

BRYANT, BILLY EDWARD, 
Martins and the McCoys a play in three 
acts by BUly and Josephine Bryant, 
© Mr. Billy (Edward) Bryant Mrs, 
BUly Bryant; Ic 12jan49; DU19376. 



BRYANT, Josephine. 
Martins and the McCoys. 
Bryant, Billy Edward. 



DU19376. SEE 



BUCK Newson. C3647. SEE The American 
Way (Radio program) 

BUCKY, FRIDA SARSEN. 

Adeline s adventures, a musical play In 
three acts. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © Frlda Sarsen Bucky; Ic 
25Jan49;DU18134. 

Animal's adventures, a musical play in 
four scenes. [Text and music on 
separate leaves] © Frlda Sarsen Bucky; 
Ic 25Jan49;DUlB131. 

The blessing, a musical play in four 
scenes. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © Frlda Sarsen Bucky; Ic 
25Jan4§;DU18135. 

The doll's adventures, a musical play 
in two acts. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © Frlda Sarsen Bucky; Ic 
25Jan49;DUl8133. 

Queen of the night stories, a musical play 
In two acts. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © Frlda Sarsen Bucky; Ic 
25Jan4S; DU18132. 

BUDDEMEIER (H. W.) Company. 
Remember. C3564. SEE Buddemeler, 
Harry William. 

BUDDEMEIER, HARRY WILLIAM. 
Remember, a television audition script 
by Harry WUllam Buddemeler and 
Marcus Edward Smith. © H. W. 
Buddemeler Co.; Ic 8Apr49; C3564. 

BCCHNER, Georg. Leonce. DU20247. 
SEE Bohn, John Yates. 

BUFF, Darling! DU18795. SEE McKean, 
Mildred Brothers. 

BUFFUM, Ray. SEE Prowl Car (Radio 
program) 

BUFFY the bullfrog. DU19444. SEE 
Jordan, Sidney. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



THE BULL pit. DU18140. SEE Gibbons, 
Edward. 

BULLDOG charm. DU19360. SEE Chal- 
lenge of the Yukon, no. 623. 

BULLER, MARGUERITE. 
The steadfast heart, a play in three 
acts. S Marguerite BuUer; Ic lApr49; 
DU197V3. 

BULLOCK, WALTER. 
Mr. Barry's etchings, a comedy in three 
acts by Walter Bullock and Daniel Archer. 
© Walter Bullock, Daniel Archer; Ic 
7Feb49;DU18429. 

THE BULLWINKLES. DU18926. SEE 
Treacy, Emerson. 

A BUM at heart. DU19703. SEE Steiger, 
Anita Cecilia. 

BUMSNIFF, the bloodhound. DU18011. 
SEE Cartoon Teletales, Oct. 6, 1948. 

BUNDLE for BriUin. DU19960. SEE 
Lucas, Walter Ray. 

THE BUNKHOUSE trap. DU18604. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2505-1730. 

BUNNER, Henry Cuyler. SEE Your 
Show Time (Television program) 

BUNNING, Kenneth. SEE The Actor's 
Studio (Television program) 

THE BUNNYKINS. DU18687. SEE 
Ackerman, Marguerite. 

BURGESS, Victor, pseud. SEE 
Salmone, Victor. 

BURLESON, ELIZABETH BROWN. 
One day at a time, a play in four acts 
by Elizabeth Brown and Myrtle Martin. 
© Mrs. Elizabeth Brown Burleson; Ic 
5May49;DU19892. 

BURLONA. DP18933. SEE Alvarez 
Quintero, Serafm. 

BURNELL, Buster, pseud. SEE Broderick, 
Francis T. 

BURNET, Robert, pseud. SEE Gagnon, 
Raymond Fred. 

BURNETT (Leo) Company, inc. 
Tell your own fortune. DU19B39. SEE 
WUding Picture Productions, inc. 

BURNETT, MATTHEW M. 
Bare acres, a deadly menace of this 
present day. [Lecture] © Matthew 
M. Burnett; Ic 25Mar4^; C3518. 

THE BURNING man. DU18935. SEE 
Longstreet, Stephen. 

BURNING up the line. DU18449. SEE 
Quaife, Elise West. 

BURNS, VICTOR MARCUS. 
Attila, an historical drama in five acts. 
© Victor M. Bums; Ic 5Apr49; DU19610. 

BURTE, Hermann, pseud. SEE Striibe, 
Hermann. 

BURTON, GERTRUDE MARIAN. 
Betrayal; or, Fog; or. Reprisal! A 
modern opera by G. Marian Burton. 
[Text only] © G. Marian Burton; 
Ic 3May49;DU19866. 

BURY the quick. DU18033. SEE Rossi, 
Heddy Elizabeth. 

bushwhacker's feud. DU19689. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2537-1762. 

THE BUSIEST lady. DU19862. SEE 
The Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 



^USI. JESS deal. DU202/3. SEE Aldrich 
Fim.ily, no. 500. 

BUSS, CARL ALFRED. 
Lillybelle, a comedy series for tele- 
vision. No. 1. © Carl Alfred Buss; 
Ic 16May49;DU19978. 



THE BUSY buddies. DU18558. 
Bourke, John James. 



SEE 



BUT the face is familiar. DU18549. SEE 
First Nighter, Dec. 30, 1948. 

BUTT, HAROLD CHARLES. 
Him and her; or, For whom women 
dress. A comedy in three acts. 
© Harold Charles Butt; Ic 16May49; 
DU19976. 

BUTTERFIELD, Alfred. 
Beat the rap. DU19209. SEE KUliam, 
Paul. 

BUTTERFLY of fashion. DU19997. SEE 
Shubert, John. 

BUTTITTA, ANTHONY JAMES. 
Lilly, a screen play based on the life 
of Lilly Windsor. © Anthony Buttitta; 
Ic llJan49;DU17988. 

BY rocket to the moon. DU19884. SEE 
Griggs, John. 

BY the light of the moon. DU19466. 
SEE Tyler, Mattie Richards. 

BYRNE, JOHN JOSEPH. 
The big voice, a dramatic composition. 
© John Joseph Byrne; Ic 20May49; 
DU20071. 

BYRON, PAUL, 
Mister Brooklyn, a farce in three acts. 
© Paul Byron; Ic 28Mar49; on revisions; 
DU19272. Prev. reg. "incidentally yours/' 
20May48; DU15049. 



CBS news broadcast. C3568. SEE 
Columbia Broadcasting System, inc. 

CBS television news. C3570. SEE 
Columbia Broadcasting System, inc. 

CBS views the press. C3569. SEE 
Columbia Broadcasting System, inc. 

CABOT, TONY. 
Vegetaland, land of health and happiness. 
[Television script] © Tony Cabot; Ic 
10May49;DU19927. 

CADY, Fay Evelyn. 
The good neighbor policy. DU19741. 
SEE Cady, Lawrence R. 

CADY, LAWRENCE R. 
The good neighbor policy, a musical 
comedy in three acts by Lawrence R. 
Cady. Music by Fay Evelyn Cady. 
[Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Fay Evelyn Cady, Lawrence R. Cady; 
Ic 25Apr49;DU1974l. 

CAFE Society presents stars of today and 
tomorrow. DU20219. SEE Winter, Paul. 

CAIN, James Mallahan. 
Dead man. DU19159. SEE The Actor's 
Studio, no. 25. 

CAJUN Pete says. C3758. SEE Brincker- 
hoff, Elbert VermQye. 

A CAKE for Skinner. DU19028. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2517-1742. 

THE CALENDAR. DU18622. SEE Di Gioia, 
Giuseppe. 

CALIFORNIA bound. DU17822. SEE 
Leonard, Aileen. 



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CALL me dearie. DP18350. SEE Ellis, 
Joseph Roland. 

A CALL to action. DP18494. SEE Youngsma, 
SydT. 

CALLAND, Mary, pseud. SEE Mair, Mary 
Emma. 

CALLING aU Carrs. DP18090. SEE 
Tobias, Jay. 

CALLING all names. C3595. SEE 
Moynahan, Frederick Granville. 

CALLING the stars. DU18692. SEE 
Courtney, Diane, 

CAMERA caravan. DU19539. SEE Lucas, 
Joseph Wilson. 

CAMERA girl. DU17785. SEE Gelle, 
Gisele. 

IL CAMMING invisible. SEE Malatesta 
Luigi. Der unsichtbare Weg. DP18710. 

CAMOUFLAGE. DU18327. SEE The 
Green Hornet, no. 901. 

CAMPANA Sales Company. SEE First 
Nighter (Radio program) 

CAMPBELL, FRANK HERBERT. 
Outpost 205; television script no. 2. 
© Frank Herbert Campbell; Ic 
21Apr49;DU19660. 

CAMPBELL, WUliam Edward March 
The little wife. DU18398. SEE The 
Actor's Studio, no. 17. 

CAJ^S, ALBERT. 
L etat de siege, spectacle en trois 
parties. [Paris] Gallimard [19481. 
233 p. © Librairie Gallimard; 30Dec48; 
DP19192. 

CAN education make us happy? C3333, 
SEE What Do You Think? (Television 
program) 

CAN two walk together. DU20485. SEE 
Kelly, George Edward, 

CAN you be happy without religion? C3324. 
SEE What Do You Think? (Television 
program) 

CAN you name it? DU18114. SEE Bach- 
rach, Ruth Barclay. 

CAN you write a song? C3779. SEE 
Newman, Ruby. 

THE CANARY choir. C3624. SEE 
Pacheco, Justin Marmion. 

CANCEL the five numbers. DU19357. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2529-1754. 

CANTEEN. DU20220. SEE Morse, 
Arthur D. 

LE CANTIQUE de la nativite. DU18024. SEE 
Bechet, Rene -Richard. 

CAPEK, Karel. 
The absolute at large. SEE Hanig, 
David. God in the cellar. DU20099. 

THE CAPITAL of the world. SEE Lacloche, 
A. Marie. Death in the night. DU19950. 

CAPITOL City Tuning School. 
Practical piano tuning. C3373. SEE 
Kline, Robert Newton. 

CAPTAIN from CastUe, DU18798. SEE 
Lux Radio Theatre, Feb. 7, 1949. 

A CAPTURE. DU18524. SEE Your Show 
Time (Television program) 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



CARAVAN of capers. DU20210. SEE Dow, 
Harold iB. 

CARAVIAS, ORPHEUS BASIL. 
Ponemenes Kardies. An original Greek 
screen-play. © Orpheus Basil Cara- 
vias; Ic 31Jan49; DU18705. 

CAREER plays for young people. A30260. 
SEE Richmond, Samuel S. 

CAREER woman. DU18847. SEE Dr. 
Christian, no. 534. 

CARELESS love. DU19412, SEE Milton, 
Paul Robert. 

CARGO of death. DU18325. SEE The 
Green Hornet, no. 899. 

CARHARTT, JAMES NEALE. 
The case of the angry clown by James 
Carhartt and Nicholas Winter. [Screen- 
play] © James Neale Carhartt, Nicholas 
Winter; Ic lDec48; DU18032, 

CARHARTT, Peter. 
Set for a spell. DP18096. SEE Kerr, 
Alvin. 

THE CARIBOU case. DU19363. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 627. 

CARLETON, LINNIE BENOIT. 
Golden cargo, a musical comedy in 
three acts by Linnie Benoit Carleton 
and Corene Benoit Warren. [Text only] 
© Linnie Benoit Carleton, Corene Benoit 
Warren; Ic 19Apr49; DU19631, 

THE CARLSBAD Caverns of New Mexico, 
C3523. SEE Shafer, Elizabeth Jane. 

CARMEN. DP19501. SEE Jacobson, 
Louis Josia. 

CARNEY, THOMAS CLEVELAND. 
Jack, a nursery rhyme drama by Thom 
Carney and Ben Moore. © Thom Carney, 
Ben Moore; Ic 29Mar49; DU19300. 

CARNIVAL for coconuts. DU18895. SEE 
Bosustow, James Ure. 

CARO, Mae, pseud. SEE Sulzberger, May. 

CAROLE, JOSEPH JEROME. 
The wife s other John, a comedy in three 
acts. © Joseph Jerome Carole; Ic 
10Jan49;DU18761. 

CARPENTER, BRUCE. 
A book of dramas. New York, Prentice- 
Hall, 1949. 992 p. (Prentice-Hall English 
series) Contents. — Agamemnon, by 
Aeschylus. — Oedipus, king of Thebes, 
by Sophocles. — The Trojan women, by 
Euripides. — Phaedra, by Jean Racine. — 
Riders to the sea, by J. M. Synge. — 
The misanthrope, by Moliere.— Love 
for love, by William Congreve.— The 
second man, by S. N. Behrman.— The 
importance of being Earnest by Oscar 
Wilde. — Beggar on horseback, by G. S. 
Kaufman and Marc Connelly. — Cyrano de 
Bergerac, by Edmond Rostand. — The 
intruder, by Maurice Maeterlinck. — 
Hedda Gabler, by Henrik Ibsen.— The 
cherry orchard, by Anton Tchekhoff. — 
The long voyage home^ by Eugene O Neill.- 
Biographical notes. © Prentice -Hall, 
inc.; 28Apr49; on revisions & additions; 
A23577. 

CARR, JOHN EMMETT. 
A country wife, a musical play in two 
acts by John Emmett Carr and Jack 
Lindrup. Based on the play, "The 
country wife," by William Wycherley. 
[Text only] © John Emmett Carr, Jack 
Lindrup; Ic 2May49; DU19823. 

CARR, Leon. 
On the square. DU18788. SEE Corday, 
Leo. 



CARRlfiRE, ALBERT. 
The man ran up the clock, a comedy 
in three acts by Albert Carriere and 
Eric W. Barnes. © Albert Carriere 
Eric W. Barnes; Ic 28Apr49; DU19804. 
What a day for science! A one -act play. 
© Albert Carriere; Ic 6May49; DU19888. 

CARRINGTON, ELAINE. 
Die for dear old Prescott a play in three 
acts. © Elaine Carrington; Ic 4Apr49: 
DU19694. 

CARROLL, Lewis, pseud. SEE Dodgson, 
Charles Lutwidge. 

CARROLL, RICHARD A. 
Down at Casey's; television script, 
nos. 1-2. © Richard Carroll; Ic each 
lApr49;DU19503. 

CARROLL ROBERT FRANCIS. 
Heat lightning, a play in one act. 
New York, S. French [1949]. 18 p. 
illus. © Samuel French; 31May49- 
DP20332. Prev. reg. 22May4B; DU13544. 

CARRYALL scraper lubrication. C3509. 
SEE Kiewit (Peter) Sons' Company. 

CARTER Conrad C. 
Jack and JUL DP17963. SEE Polley, 
Sydney Arthur. 

CARTER, Mrs. Gerald G. SEE Carter. 
Ruth L. 

CARTER, RUTH L. 

Alias Tom Sawyer (Tom Sawyer Smith) 
f [Sample script] © Ruth Carter (Mrs. 
/ Gerald G. Carter); Ic 23Mar49; DU19219. 

\f CARTOON TELETALES. (Television 

program) Scripts in this series are by 
Chuck Luchsinger. © Charles R. Luch- 
singer. 

Sept. 29, 1948. Madcap, the mountain goat. 

© Ic 10jan49;DU18012. 
Oct. 6, 1948. Bumsniff, the bloodhound. 

© Ic 10jan49;DU18011. 
Oct. 13, 1948. Geronimo, the flying 

squirrel. © Ic 10jan49; DU18000. 
Oct. 21, 1948. Stick-in-the-Mud, the 

duck. © Ic 10Jan49;DUl8001. 
Oct. 28, 1948. Lucifer, the cat. © Ic 

10jan49;DU18002. 
Nov. 7, 1948. Homer, the horse. © Ic 

10jan49;DU18003. 
Nov. 14 1948. Bigstuff, the elephant. 

© Ic 10jan49;DU18006. 
Nov. 21, 1948. Titus, the turkey. © Ic 

10jan49; DU18004. 
Nov. 28 1948. Whatchamacallit, the 

gnu. © Ic 10jan49;DUlB005. 
Dec. 5, 1948. Melody the humming bird. 

© Ic 10jan49; DU18007. 
Dec. 19, 1948. Maurice, the mouse, and 

Saint Nick. © Ic 10jan49; DU18008. 
Dec. 26, 1948. B-36, the stork. © Ic 

10jan49; DU18010. 
Jan. 2, 1949. Hambone the opossum. 

© Ic 10jan49;DU18009. 
Jan. 16, 1949. Odontoid the walrus. 

© Ic 17May49;DU20038. 
Jan. 23, 1949. Bamboozle, the ostrich, 

© Ic 17May49;DU20037. 
Jan. 30, 1949. Grampa Jimmy, the jump- 
ing jerboa. © Ic 17May49;DU20038. 
Feb. 6, 1949. Gadabout the koala bear. 

© Ic 17May49;DU20039. 
Feb. 13 1949. Herman, the stupid cupid. 

© Ic 17May49;DU20040. 
Feb. 20 1949. Torpie, the tortoise. 

© Ic l7May49; DU20041. 
Feb. 27 1949. Humphrey, the camel. 

© Ic 17May49;DU20042. 
Mar. 6, 1949. Smallfry, the stickleback. 

© Ic 17May49;DU20043. 
Mar, 13, 1949. Peewee, the kiwi. 

© Ic 17May49;DU20044. 
Mar. 20, 1949. Upsie Doozy, the giraffe. 

© Ic 17May49;DU20045. 



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Mar. 27, 1949. Corky, the crocodile. 

© Ic 17May49;DU20046. 
Apr. 3, 1949. Roscoe the raccoon. 

© Ic 17May49;DU2O04 7. 
Apr. 10 1949. Mozart, the mocking bird. 

© Ic i7May49; DU20048. 

THE CARVED cartoon. DP19319. SEE 
Orde, Henry Brooke. 

CARY, Falkland L. 
Holiday eve. DP20109. SEE King, 
PhUip. ' 

CASE dismissed. DU18553. SEE First 
Nighter, Nov. 18, 1948. 

THE CASE of Barry Arden. DU19240. SEE 
Allen, Alfred Whatoff. 

THE CASE of Doctor Lopez. DU17872. SEE 
Jordan, Philip Harding. 

THE CASE of Frank Weaver. DU18323. SEE 
The Challenge of the Yukon, no. 594. 

THE CASE of Ivar Haug. DP19485. SEE 
The Eternal Light, no. 222. 

THE CASE of Molly and the marine, 
DU18842. SEE The Sheriff, no. 229, 

THE CASE of the angry clown. DU18032. 
SEE Carhartt, James Neale. 

THE CASE of the canyon holdup. DU20405. 
SEE Challenge of the Yukon, no. 660. 

THE CASE of the covered Venus. DU18893, 
SEE Adair, Ted. 

THE CASE of the emerald ring. DU18613. 
SEE The Sheriff, no. 225. 

THE CASE of the frightened chUd. DU20314. 
SEE Challenge of the Yukon, no. 659. 

THE CASE of the hard-hearted hermit. 
DU20004. SEE Challenge of the Yukon, 
no. 648. 

THE CASE of the missing playboy. DU19229. 
SEE Vest, Peter Jean. 

THE CASE of the purloined poU. DU18352. 
SEE Adair, Ted. 

THE CASE of the swapping wives. DU18781. 
SEE LaRich, Michael, 

THE CASE of the turncoat Mountie. 
DU20316, SEE ChaUenge of the Yukon, 
no. 658. 

THE CASE of the yellow ribbon. DU20407, 
SEE Challenge of the Yukon, no. 662. 

CASE of ... For additional titles beginning 
"Case of ..." see the following: 
Armstrong Cork Company, Human rela- 
tions in supervision, 
Mr. Chameleon (Radio program) 
Nick Carter, Master Detective (Radio 
program) 

CASEY, FRANCIS MICHAEL. 
Angels full front, a play in three acts. 

© Francis Micnael Casey; Ic 15Mar49; 

DU19130.^ 
Dearie, ye're a dreamer, a play in one 

act. © Francis Michael Casey; Ic 

4Feb49; DU18395. 

CASEY, WALTER SWEENEY, 
Jeff, a play in three acts. © Walter Casey; 
Ic 24Jun49; DU20486. 

CASEY Stengel. C3651. SEE The American 
Way (Radio program) 

EL CASO de Don Juan Manuel. SEE Partida, 
Rafael Luis. The night watch. DU18115. 

CASPERSON, WILLIAM CLEMENT. 
Mineral coloration under electronic activa- 
tion, a lecture. © William Clement Casper- 
son; Ic 9Mar49: C3468. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



CASPERSON, WILLIAM CLEMENT, Cont'dw 
The science of luminescence, a lecture. 
© William Clement Casperson; Ic 
lMar49; C3466. 

CASSIDY, FREDERIC GOMES, ed. 
Modern American plays. [1st ed.] 
New York, Longmans, Green, 1949. 
501 p. Contents. — Anna Christie, by 
Eugene O'Neill. — Abe Lincoln in Illinois, 
by Robert Sherwood. — Waiting for Lefty, 
by Clifford Odets. — Winterset, by Max- 
well Anderson. — Watch on the Rhine, by 
Lillian Hellman.— Life with Father, by 
Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse, 
© Longmans, Green & Co., Inc.; 
12jan49; on compUatlon; A29810. 

THE CASTLE land of the sky. DU19695. 
SEE Mellon, George Ellsworth. 

CASTO, JEAN. 
Spread your wings, a television program 
Dy Jean Casto and Verlyn Webb. Program 
no. 2. © Jean Casto, Verlyn Webb; Ic 
3Dec48;DU18681. 

CASTRO FERNANDEZ, HECTOR ALFREDO. 

Franc-jeu, piece en un act de Marizancen 
[pseud.] ©Marizancen (ps. de Alfredo 
Caotro Fernandez); Ic 27Jan49; DU18520. 

La Fregate's Bar piece en deux actes 
de Marizancene Ipseud.] ® Marizancene 
(ps. de Alfredo Castro-Fernandez); Ic 
2Dec48;DU18023. 

Tetard, farce en un acte de Marizancen 
[pseud.] © Marizancen (ps. de H. Al- 
fredo Castro Fernandez); Ic 27Jan49; 
DU18519. 

CATALDO, Louisa S. 
Le crudeita d'un incoronato tiranno. 
DU18407. SEE Cataldo, Vincent C. 

CATALDO VINCENT C. 
Le crudeita d'un incoronato tiranno; 
ovvero, Gli amori di Torquato Tasso con 
Eleanora d'este. Tradotto dal romanzo 
storico da Vincent C. Cataldo. [In ten 

4Jan 



acts] © Louisa S. Cataldo; Ic 
DU18407. 



Jan49; 



CATHCART, VIRGINIA MAY. 
The seventh day he rested, a one -act 
play. © Virginia Cathcart; Ic 17Jan49; 
DU18048. 

CATHOLIC Visual Education, inc. 
The Way, the Truth and the Life. 
DU20207. SEE O Hara, Constance. 

THE CATTLE-buyer. DU20318. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2553-1778. 

THE CAVALCADE OF AMERICA (Radio 
program) Scripts in this series are by 
various authors. © E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Co. 

592. Dec. 27, 1948. The indigo girl, by 
Virginia Radcllffe and Paul Peters. 
© Ic 22jan49;DU18106. 

594. Jan. 10, 1949. Experiment at Monti- 
cello, by Arthur Arent. © Ic 21Mar49; 
DU19172. 

595. Jan. 17, 1949. Secret operation, by 
Morton Wishengrad. © Ic 21Mar49; 
DU19173. 

601. Feb. 28 1949. Pink lace, by Virginia 
Radcllffe. © Ic 14Apr49; DU19582. 

603. Mar. 14, 1949. My hunt after the 
captain, by Arthur Arent. © Ic 14Apr49; 
DU19583. 

604. Mar. 21, 1949. Letter from Europe, 
by Russell Hughes. © Ic 14Apr49; 
DU19584. 

612. May 16, 1949. The house near Little 
Dock Street, by Margaret Lewerth. © Ic 
17Jun49;DU20427. 

CAVIN, BRAM. 
The golden staircase a play In three acts. 
© Bram Cavin; Ic 6jun49; DU20266. 



CAVIN, RUTH BRODIE. 
On our way home, a musical comedy in 
two acts. [Text only] © Ruth Brodie 
Cavin; Ic 6jun49; DU20262. 

CAZMAY, Marion Alice. 
Mary finds she's a Brownie. DP19776. 
SEE Armstrong, Dorothy Grace. 

CfeALIS (Max) Editions. 
Cent sept minutes. DP18510. SEE 

Passeur, Steve. 
Les J3. DP18511. SEE Ferdinand, 

Roger. 

CECIL, PETER. 
Bar sinister, a play in three acts. 
© Peter CecU; Ic 21Apr49; DU19647. 

CEELEY, Leonard, pseud. SEE Ceiley, 
Leonard Robert. 

CEILEY, LEONARD ROBERT. 
Only one m the world, a musical play in 
three acts by Leonard Ceeley [pseud.] 
Text and music on separate leaves, 
© Leonard Robert Ceiley; Ic 24Jan49: 
DU18119. 

THE CELEBRATED jumping frog of Cala- 
veras County. DU19194. SEE Your Show 
Time (Television program) 

CELEBRITY time. DU19462. SEE 
Lafferty, Perry. 

THE CELLAR. DU19791. SEE Mitchell, 
L often. 

THE CELLAR and the well. DU20206. SEE 
Pruneau, Phillip. 

CELLES qu'on alme. DU20378. SEE 
Verneuil, Louis. 

CENT sept minutes. DP18510. SEE 
Passeur, Steve. 

CENTURY Metalcraft Corporation. 
Time for action. C3621. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

CERTIFIED checks. DU19165. SEE Uhl, 
Edwin George. 

CHABANNES, JACQUES. 
Monsieur et Madame Moliere, comedie 
en quatre actes et hull tableaux. cl948. 
(In Les Oeuvres llbres. No. 30. Paris, 
A. Fayard, 1948. p. [239]-318) 
© Jacques Chabannes; 15Nov48; DP18709. 

CHALLENGE OF THE YUKON (Radio 
program) Scripts in this series are by 
various authors. ® The Challenge of the 
Yukon, inc. 

589. Dec. 17, 1948. Faith in a mountie, 
by Trendle -Striker. © Ic 27Dec48; 
DU18318. 

590. Dec. 20, 1948. The emerald in the 
nugget by Trendle -Dougall. © Ic 
27Dec48;DU18319. 

591. Dec. 22, 1948. The man with the 
red coat, by Trendle-Dougall. © Ic 
27Dec48;DU18320. 

592. Dec. 27, 1948. Injun DevU by 
Trendle -DougaU. © Ic 27Dec48; DU18321. 

593. Dec. 29, 1948. Arrowhead frame-up, 
by Trendle-Striker. © Ic 27Dec48; 
DU18322. 

594. Dec. 31, 1948. The case of Frank 
Weaver by Trendle-Beattle. © Ic 

2 7Dec48;DU18323. 

595. Jan. 3, 1949. King takes over, by 
Trendle-Merrill. © Ic 27Dec48; DU18324. 

596. Jan. 5, 1949. Bonanza 47, by Trendle- 
Dougall. © Ic 4jan49;DU18159. 

597. Jan. 7, 1949. Jim Belden's secret, 
by Trendle-Beattle. © Ic 4Jan49; 
DU18160. 

598. Jan. 10, 1949. King proves his worth, 
by Trendle-MerrUl. © Ic 4Jan49; DU18161. 



599. Jan. 12, 1949. Peril for Preston, 

by Trendle -Joyce. © Ic 4Jan49; 

DU18162. 
GOO. Jan. 14, 1949. Lem BaUey's pet 

bear by Trendle-Merrill. © Ic 13Jan49; 

DU18163. 

601. Jan. 17, 1949. White water, by 
Trendle -DougaU. © Ic 4jan49; DU18164. 

602. Jan. 19, 1949. Jimmy s birthday 
cake, by Trendle -Strilcer. © Ic 
13jan49;DU18165. 

603. Jan. 21, 1949. Skagway patrol, by 
Trendle -DougaU. © Ic 14Jan49; DU181G6. 

604. Jan. 24, 1949. Mystery in the cave, 
by Trendle-Beattle. © Ic 31Jan49; 
DU18589. 

605. Jan. 28, 1949. The Moose River 
murder, by Trendle-Dougall. © Ic 
31Jan49; DU18590. 

606. Jan. 28, 1949. Lost River ambush, 
by Trendle-Dougall. © Ic 31jan49; 
DU18591. 

607. Jan. 31, 1949. The mongrel, by 
Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 31Jan49; DU18592. 

608. Feb. 2, 1949. On one condition, by 
Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 31jan49; DU18596. 

609. Feb. 4, 1949. The traU of Grizzley 
Grayson, by Trendle-Striker. © Ic 
28Jan49; DU18593. 

610. Feb. 7, 1949. Rogue's progress, 
by Trendle-Dougall. © Ic 31Jan49; 
DU18594. 

611. Feb. 9, 1949. Sergeant Preston 
faces death, by Trendle-Merrill. © Ic 
17Feb49;DU19059. 

612. Feb. 11, 1949. Ambush by Trendle- 
Joyce. © Ic 31Jan49; DU18595. 

613. Feb. 14, 1949. The coward, by 
Trendle -DougaU. © Ic 17Feb49; DU19060. 

614. Feb. 16, 1949. Doublecross Creek, 
by Trendle-Dougall. © Ic 17Feb49; 
DU19061. 

615. Feb. 18, 1949. The dog with the 
gold teeth, by Trendle-MerrUl. ® Ic 
17Feb49; DU19057. 

616. Feb. 21, 1949. The magic light, 
by Trendle-Striker. © Ic 17Feb49; 
DU19056. 

617. Feb. 23, 1949. Signal in green, by 
Trendle-Striker. © lc.l7Feb49; DU19058. 

618. Feb. 25, 1949. Danger signal, by 
Trendle-Striker. © Ic lMar49; DU19055. 

619. Feb. 28 1949. River pirates, by 
Trendle-Holt. © Ic lMar49; DUl9054. 

620. Mar. 2, 1949. Ambush at Forty- 
MUe by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic lMar49; 
DU19050. 

621. T'ar. 4, 1949. The music hall murder, 
by Trendle-Dougall. © Ic lMar49; 
DU19053. 

622. Mar. 7, 1949. TraU-mates, by 
Trendle-Beattie. © Ic lMar49; DU19052. 

623. Mar. 9, 1949. Bulldog charm, by 
Trendle -Lawrence. © Ic 18Mar49; 
DU19360. 

624. Mar. 11, 1949. The meal that con- 
victed, by Trendle -Joyce. © Ic lMar49; 
DU19051. 

625. Mar. 14, 1949. The white huskle, by 
Trendle-Beattle. © Ic 18Mar49; DU19361. 

626. Mar. 16, 1949. The Klondike queen, 
by Trendle-Striker. © le 22Mar49; 
DU19362. 

62 7. Mar. 18, 1949. The Caribou case, by 
Trendle-HoU. © Ic 18Mar49; DU19363. 

628. Mar. 21, 1949. The black and white 
pup, by Trendle-Merrill. © Ic 18Mar49; 
DU19364. 

629. Mar. 23, 1949. The devil dog, by 
Trendle -Lawrence, © Ic 18Mar49; 
DU19365. 

630. Mar. 25, 1949. Letters to a kUler, 
by Trendle -DougaU. © Ic 22Mar49; 
DU19366. 

631. Mar. 28, 1949. Conover's crime, 
by Trendle-Striker. © Ic 28Mar49; 
DU19367. 

632. Mar. 30, 1949. Crumpled handbiUs, 
by Trendle-Holt. © Ic 28Mar49; DU19368. 

633. Apr. 1 1949. The killer by Trendle- 
MerrlU. © Ic 18Mar49; DU19369. 

634. Apr. 4, 1949. The remittance man, 
by Trendle -Lawrence. © Ic 28Mar49; 
DU19370. 



15 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



CHALLENGE OF THE YUKON. ^ Cont'd. 

635. Apr. 6, 1949. Dead man's map, 
by Trendle -Striker. © Ic 18Apr49; 
DU19677. 

636. Apr. 8, 1949. The knife throwers, 
by Trendle -Joyce. © Ic 14Apr49; 
DU19678. 

637. Apr. 11 1949. The lucky shirt by 
Trendle-Holt. © Ic 14Apr49; DU19679. 

638. Apr. 13, 1949. The traU of the 
werewolf, by Trendle -Dougall. © Ic 
18Apr49;DU19680. 

639. Apr. 15, 1949. Trouble at Forty- 
Mile, by Trendle -Beattie. © Ic 
18Apr49;DU19681. 

640. Apr. 18, 1949. The luck of the 
Newtons, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 
14Apr49;DU19682. 

641. Apr. 20, 1949. The empty coffin, 
by Trendle -DougaU, © Ic 14Apr49; 
DU19683. 

642. Apr. 22, 1949. The doomed wit- 
ness, by Trendle -Striker. © Ic 14Apr49: 
DU19684. 

643. Apr. 25, 1949. The bear trap, by 
Trendle-Dougall. © Ic 2May49; DU19999. 

644. Apr. 27, 1949. The perfect crime, 
by Trendle Lawrence. © Ic 2May49; 
DU20000. 

645. Apr. 29, 1949. Fire in the sky, by 
Trendle-Dougall. © Ic 2May49; DU20001. 

646. May 2, 1949. Escape to the north, 
by Trendle -Lawrence. © Ic 2May49; 
DU20002. 

647. May 4, 1949. The sparrow, by 
Trendle-Lawrence. © Ic 2May49; 
DU20003. 

648. May 6, 1 949. The case of the hard- 
hearted hermit, by Trendle-Lawrence. 
© Ic 2May49j DU20004. 

649. May 9, 1949. Race to Twenty MUe, 

by Trendle-Holt. © Ic 13May49; DU20005. 

650. May 11, 1949. The mUlion dollar 
deadline, by Trendle-Dougall, © Ic 
13May49;DU20006. 

651. May 13, 1949. The Skagway maU 
by Trendle-Lawrence. © Ic 13May49; 
DU20007. 

652. May 16, 1949. The counter-plan, 
by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 13May49; 
DU20008. 

653. May 18, 1949. The bad penny, by 
Trendle -Striker. © Ic 13May49: 
DU20009. 

654. May 20, 1949. Adventure in Selkirk, 
by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 13May49: 
DU20010. 

655. May 23, 1949. The duel, by Trendle- 
Lawrence. © Ic 13May49;DU20011. 

656. May 25, 1949. Death and the Lucky 
Seven, by Trendle -Joyce. © Ic 13May49; 
DU20012. 

657. May 27, 1949. The skull in the stone, 
by Trendle-Dougall. © Ic 13May49; 
DU20013. 

658. May 30, 1949. The case of the turn- 
coat Mountie, by Trendle-Lawrence. 

© Ic 23May49:DU20316. 

659. June 1, 1949. The case of the fright- 
ened child, by Trendle-Dougall. © Ic 
31May49;DU20314. 

660. June 3, 1949. The case of the canyon 
holdup, by Trendle-Dougall. © Ic 
3Tun49;DU20405. 

661. June 6, 1949. The missing code, by 
Trendle-Lawrence, © Ic 3jun49: 
DU20406. 

662. June 8, 1949. The case of the yellow 
ribbon, by Trendle-Dougall, © Ic 
6Jun49;DU20407. 

663. June 10, 1949. A boy and his dog, 
by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 15jun49; 
DU20544. 

THE CHALLENGE of the Yukon, inc. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 

CHAMBERLAIN, LOWELL COLBY. 
Beyond the sunset, a play in three acts. 
© Lowell Chamberlain; Ic 17Feb49; 
DU18650. 
Bound for glory, a comedy in three acts. 
© Lowell Chamberlain: Ic 14Apr49: 
DU19577. 



Cross currents, a play in three acts. 

© Lowell Chamberlain; Ic 24Feb49; 

DU18768. 
Den of inequity, a farce comedy in three 

acts. © Lowell Chamberlain; Ic 8Dec48; 

on revisions; DU17996. Prev. reg. 

"Knockout,"^ 7May32; D 16314. 
Twilight zone, a play in three acts. 

© Lowell Chamberlain; Ic 23Dec48; 

DU18757. 

CHAMELEON. DU18500. SEE Bradford, 
Roy. 

A CHAMPAGNE princess. DU19068. SEE 
Hart, Abraham Lincoln. 

CHAMPION in pawn. DU19345. SEE 
The Green Hornet, no. 931. 

CHAMPION, THE WORLD'S WONDER 
HORSE (Radio program) Stories in this 
series are by various authors. © Gene 
Autry Productions. 

1. Chapters nos. 1-5^ June 20-24, 1949, 
by Larry Roman. © Ic each 27Jun49; 
DU20500-20504. 

2. Chapters nos. 2-5, June 28-30, July 1, 
1949, by Fred Howard [pseud, of Fred 
Howard Wright]. © Ic each 27Jun49; 
DU20505-20508. 

THE CHAMPIONSHIP game. DU20305, 
SEE The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 126. 

CHANCEREL, ANDRfi. 
Faites vos jeuxl Piece en trois actes, 
par Andre Chancerel et Andre Faillie, 
© Andre Chancerel, Andre Faillie; Ic 
2Dec48;DU18025. 

CHANDLER, Paul, pseud, SEE Wieghart, 
Harold Oscar. 

CHANSLOR, ROY. 
There's a new wind blowing, a play in 
three acts. © Roy Chanslor; Ic 
21Apr49;DU19890. 

CHAPMAN, JOHN TRAIL. 
Better to reign, a play in two acts. 
© John Trail Chapman; Ic 8Feb49; 
DU18440. 

CHARBONNIER, LUCIEN. 
Le songe sur la terrasse; ou, Le 
bonheur est dans le pre. Comedie en 
trois actes. © Lucien Charbonnier; 
Ic 27Jan49; DU18517. 

CHARGE and send. DU18462. SEE 
Brinkman, Julia Higgins. 

CHARITY ends at home. DU19341. SEE 
The Green Hornet, no, 927. 

CHARLEE Cheero. C3598-3600. SEE 
Pitou, Gertrude Evelyn. 

CHARLES, NevUle. pseud. SEE 
Stephenson, Charles Neville. 

THE CHARLIE MCCARTHY SHOW (Radio 
program) Scripts in this series are by 
Edgar John Bergen. © Edgar John Bergen. 

Dec. 12, 19, 26, 1948, © Ic each 3jan49; 
DU17843-17845, 

THE charwoman's daughter. DP 19530. 
SEE Johnson, PhUip. 

chase, MARY COYLE. 
Mister Thing, a play for children in three 
acts and eight scenes. © Mary Coyle 
Chase; Ic 6May49; DU19919. 

CHECKER CABaret. C3554. SEE 
Shapiro, Milton. 

THE CHEESE familv album. DU17952. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 



CHEKHOV, Anton Pavlovich. 
The cherry orchard. SEE Bolen, 

Virginia. DU19117. 
A work of art. DU19712. SEE Favorite 

Story, Nov. 9, 1948. 

CHEMICAL structure of soU. C3311, SEE 
Ludwig, Harvey Fred. Rotary tillage talk 
by M-E. Discourse no. 3. 

CHERNUVSKY, JOSEF. 
An American Cinderella, a new original 
musical audience-participation show 
for radio or television. © Josef 
Cherniavsky; Ic 6May49; C3764. 

THE CHERRY orchard. SEE Bolen, 
Virginia. With no awakening. DU19117. 

CHERUBINI, Eugenio. 
Pinocchio in Africa. SEE Harris, 
Aurand. Pinocchio and the Indians. 
DU18769. 

CHESTNUT, WILLIAM AUSTIN. 
Connie went a walking, a play in three 
acts. © William Austin Chestnut; Ic 
8Feb49;DU18433. 

CHETHAM-STRODE, WARREN. 
The guinea-pig, a play in three acts. 
London, S, French [1949], 84 p. 
illus. (French's acting edition, 
no. 1862) © Warren Chetham-Strode; 
3May49;DP20112. 

LE CHEVALIER Bayard. DU18837. SEE 
Homez, Andre. 

LES CHEVALIERS de la fable ronde. 
SEE Cocteau, Jean. Theatre, t. 1. 
DP19270. 

CHEVROLET truck lubrication. C3508. 
SEE Kiewit (Peter) Sons' Company. 

CHICAGO. Board of Trade. 
Freedom has grass roots. DU19840, 
SEE WUding Picture Productions, inc, 

CHICAGO, Hyde Park Baptist Church. 
Our church goes marching on. DP20494. 
SEE Steinhaus, Eva Kunzmann. 

CHICAGO Bar Association. 
Win, place & show. DP 18404. SEE 
Sprowl, Charles R. 



CHICKEN Licken. 
Lehr, Lew. 



DU19563. SEE 



CHICKEN Little. SEE Adam, Joseph. 
Henny Penny. DP19286. 

CHIDSEY, ALAN LAKE. 
There cometh Immanuel, a choral play 
in two acts. Book by Alan Lake Chid- 
sey, music by George Alex Kevan. 

S'ext and music on separate leaves] 
Alan Lake Chidsey, George Alex 
Kevan; Ic 21Feb49; DU18942. 

CHIESA, Mary Tibaldi. SEE Tibaldi 
Chiesa, Mary. 



CHILD, Bert. 
As the twig is bent. 
Lumet, Baruch. 



DU18619. SEE 



CHILD, MALCOLM. 
Kitchen music. [Recording script] 
Story by Malcolm ChUd, music by 
Henry Brant. [Text and music on 
separate leaves] © Young People's 
Records, inc.; Ic ljun49; DU20350. 

CHILD behavior commercials for tele- 
vision. C3535. SEE Walter, Helen. 

THE CHILD city. DU17951. SEE WUd- 
ing Picture Productions, inc. 



CHILDREN of the nations. 
Kane, Albert Morris. 



DU19019. SEE 



16 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



THE children's Theatre Press. 
Ali Baba and the forty thieves. 

DP 19065. SEE Masters, LUlian 

Decker. 
Huckleberry Finn. DP19033. SEE 

Whiting, Frank M. 
The land of the dragon. DP19066. 

SEE Miller Madge. 
Lee Bobo, detective for Chinatown. 

DP19064. SEE Lee, Rose Hum. 
The Sleeping Beauty. DP19062. SEE 

Chorpenning, Charlotte (Barrows) 

CHILDS, IRENE MAUD. 
Naughty Phoebe, a comedy in three acts. 
© Irene M. ChUds; Ic 4Jan49; DU1840C. 

CHILDS. LEROY FRANCIS. 
Animated advertising displays. [Illus- 
trated lecture] 3 Leroy Francis 
Childs; Ic 27Jun49; C3797. 

CHILDS, Mariska. 
Yung Lu and the magic pearl. DP20231. 
SEE Franklin, Frances. 

THE CHILTERN Hundreds. DP19288. SEE 
Home, William Douglas. 

CHIMNEY corner. DU19V66. SEE 
Mattoon, Nancy Nina. 

A CHINA -handled knife. DP19531. SEE 
Conkle, Ellsworth Prouty. 

CHINA skies. DU19516. SEE First 
Nighter, Feb. 17, 1949. 

THE CHINESE girl. DU19693. SEE 
Phillips, Ruby Hart. 

CHIOZZA, Joseph P. 
Are you psychic? DU17820. SEE Segal, 
Bessie Jaffey. 

CHIPMAN, Myra. SEE Chlpman, Nettie 
Myra. 

CHIPMAN, Mrs. Sands C. SEE Chipman, 
Nettie Myra. 

CHIRLIAN, Leonora Morrison. 
Hospital Street. DU19147. SEE 
Russota, Marvin Victor. 

CHISHOLM, THEODORE LIVINGS. 
Lectures on patent law (revised text) 
© Johnson & Johnson; Ic 7Jun49: 
C3750. 

CHISHOLM Trail. DU20422. SEE WiUiams, 
Jay. 

CHITTENDEN, EDWIN F. 
Let's pretend. [Radio script] 
© Edwin F. Chittenden: Ic 26Apr49: 
C3627. 

CHOBANIAN, YERVANT. 
Atchkut Loois, a play in three acts by 
Yervant Chobanian, Alice Boghosian, 
Lily Derderian, and Vahan Khorigian. 
© St. James Juniors; Ic 21Feb49; 
DU18688. 

CHOCTAW Pass. DU18150. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2497-1722. 

LE CHOIX du hasard. SEE Molinaro, 
Ursule. Jocaste. DU19596. 

CHOOSE sooner death. DU18664. SEE 
Morris, Howard Lowell. 



CHOOSE your own. DU18695. 
Sonderegger, Arnold Arthur. 



SEE 



THE CHOREOGRAPHY of love. DU18995. 
SEE Brewster, Townsend Tyler. 

CHORPENNING, CHARLOTTE (BARROWS) 
Lee Bobo, detective for Chinatown. 

DP 19064. SEE Lee, Rose Hum. 
The Sleeping Beauty, a play for children 
in three acts. Anchorage, Ky., Chil- 
dren's Theatre Press, cl947. 39 p. 



illus. © The Children's Theatre Press; 
4Dec47; DP19062. 

THE CHOSEN one. DU18808. SEE Boring, 
Randolph O. 

THE CHOSEN vessel. DU19160. SEE 
Zimmerman, Jack. 

CHRIST Child in the ruins. DU19472. 
SEE Billie the Brownie, no. 21. 

CHRIST on trial. SEE Evans, Louis 
Hadley. The trial of Jesus. DU19487. 

CHRKTENBERRY, CHARLES WILKES. 
Let's improvise. [Television script] 
© Charles W. Christenberry Jr.; 
lDec48;DP18546. 

CHRISTIAN, SHELDON. 
Our Lady's tumbler; a modern miracle 
play, based on the mediaeval legend 
of the same name. [Portland, Me.] 
Anthoensen Press. 1948. 21 p. © Sheldon 
Christian; 20Dec48; DP18655. 

CHRISTIE, AGATHA (MILLER) 
Murder on the Nile, a play in three 
acts. London S. French [1948]. 
66 p. illus. (French's acting edition, 
no. 174) © Samuel French ltd.; 
25Mar48;DP20113. 

CHRISTIE, Sidney. 
The pUgrimage play. DU19869. SEE 
Kachel, Arthur B. 

XMAS comes to Sandy. DU18311. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2486-1711. 

CHRISTMAS Day. C3376. SEE The Voice 
of Christmas. Special Christmas Day 
program. 

CHRISTMAS gift from England. C3385. 
SEE The Voice of Christmas, no. 10. 

CHRISTMAS gift from Portugal. C3384, 
SEE The Voice of Christmas, no. 9. 

CHRISTMAS gifts. DU18754. SEE Aldrich 
Family, no. 478. 

XMAS on the farm. DP20449. SEE Kamarck, 
Edward Lawrence. 

THE CHRISTMAS pie. DP18371. SEE 
Dunaway, Anna Brownell. 

A CHRISTMAS street scene. DU18039, 
SEE Gafke, Elsie. 

CHRISTMAS time. DU20187. SEE DeMund, 
Harold Alexander. 

CHRISTOPHER Publishing House. 
Gospel skits and dialogues, A28967. 
SEE Beard, Clarence M. 

CHRISTY Adamo. DU18425. SEE Bimonte, 
Richard Irpinio. 

CHRISTY Mathewson. C3515. SEE The 
American Way, no. C99. 

CHUNGSHU, Kwei. SEE Kuei, Chung-shu. 

CIABATTARI, MARY ANGELA. 
The other ending, a dramatic composition. 
16 leaves. © Mary Angela Ciabattari; 
Ic 4Jan49; DU18685. 

CINDER, my eye 1 DP18628. SEE 
Steele, Charles Ishmael. 

CINDERELLA. SEE Lehr, Lew. DU19557. 
Sexton, Kenard Bradfield. Slenderella. 
DU19441. 

CIRCUS day. DP17959. SEE Harris, 
Aurand. 

CIRCUS night at the North Pole. C3601. 
SEE Peets, Arthur George. 



17 



CIRCUS, the biggest show in town. 
DU20140. SEE Synthetic Plastics 
Sales Company. 

THE CISCO KID (Radio program) Scripts 
in this series are by James McCracken. 
© Frederic W. Ziv co. 

43 5A. The Cisco Kid and the doctor 

who almost died. © Ic 24Jan49; DU18334. 
436A. The Cisco Kid and the convict's 

hostage. © Ic 24Jan49; DU18335. 
437A. The Cisco Kid and the killers 

who gave him his choice, © Ic 24Jan49; 

DU18336. 
438A. The Cisco Kid and the man who 

would murder for gold. © Ic 24jan49; 

DU18338. 
43 9A. The Cisco Kid and the mountain 

of gold. © Ic 24jan49; DU18339. 
440A. The Cisco Kid and the trick that 

cheated a cheat. © Ic 24Jan49; DU18340. 
441A. The Cisco Kid and senorita who 

played ghost. © Ic 24Jan49; DU18341. 
442a. The Cisco Kid and the poisoned 

supper. © Ic 24Jan49; DU18342. 
443A. The Cisco Kid and the outlaw who 

fell for a beating. © Ic 24Jan49; 

DU18343. 
444A. The Cisco Kid and the murder 

that went wrong. © Ic 24jan49; DU18344. 
445A. The Cisco Kid and the brother who 

played too much. © Ic 24Jan49; DU18345. 
446A. The Cisco Kid and the outlaw who 

wanted revenge. © Ic 24Jan49; DU18337. 
44 7A. The Cisco Kid and the top hand 

who got there first. © Ic 24Jan49; 

DU18346. 

448. The Cisco Kid and the killers who 
took the bait. © Ic 24Jan49; DU18347. ,^ 

449. The Cisco Kid and the school teacher s 
refusal. © Ic 24Jan49; DU1B348. 

452. The Cisco Kid and the avalanche of 

snow. © Ic 27May49;DU20196. 
455. The Cisco Kid and the top hand who 

got there first. © Ic 27May49; DU20197. 
458. © Ic 27May49;DU20198. 
ET3. The Cisco Kid and the man who was 

trapped in the cave. © Ic 25Feb49; 

DU18887. 
ET6. The Cisco Kid and the killers 

just desserts. © Ic 25Feb49; DU18888. 
ET9. The Cisco Kid and the secret gold 

mine tunnel. © Ic 25Feb49; DUI8880. 
ET12. The Cisco Kid and the boat ride he 

missed. © Ic 25Feb49; DU18885. 
ET15. The Cisco Kid and the outlaws who 

haunted a house. © Ic 25Feb49; DU18884. 

CITIES SERVICE COMPANY. 
Cities Service quartet; radio program, 
Dec. 31, 1948. © Cities Service Co.; 
Ic 12jan49; DU18040. 

CITIES Service quartet. DU18040. SEE 
Cities Service Company. 

CITIZENS ' Housing and Planning Council 
of New York, inc. 

The story of Jacob A. Riis. DP19371. 
SEE Denker, Henry. 

CITY desk. DP20572. SEE Pheatt, 
Richard Cadwell. 

CITY in bondage. DU19672. SEE The 
Green Hornet, no, 934. 

CLAIR, Austin, 
The carved cartoon. DP19319. SEE Orde, 
Henry Brooke. 

CLAIR de lune. DU1V818. SEE Duran, 
Germaine. 

CLAMAGE, ELSIE FEIN. 
Tic-tac-toe. a television script, adapted 
from her Guess who?" © Elsie Fein 
damage; Ic 12Jan49; DU18014, 

CLARK, EDWARD, 
Come into my parlor, a comedy in two acts 
by Edward and Janet Clark, © Edward 
Clark, Janet Clark; Ic 17Feb49; 
DU18651. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



CLARK, J. B. 
Cowboys and Indians; radio quiz program. 
[Sampla script] © Kilroy, Hague, and 
Atkins, inc.; Ic 3lMay49; C3737. 

CLARK, JAMES JEFFERSON. 
The mUl-song, a play in four acts. 
© James Jefferson Clark; Ic 25Feb49- 
on revisions; DU18897. Prev. reg. ' 
"A southern village," 2jan47; D unp, 6738. 

CLARK, Janet. 
Come into my parlor. DU18651. SEE 
Clark, Edward. 



CLARK, Perry, pseud. 
Christopher. 



SEE Sergei, 



CLARK, ROBERT. 
A lass with a lack, a comedy in three 
acts. © Robert Clark; Ic 20Mav49- 
DU20073. ' 

CLARKE, Julio Marion. 
Man in the moon, DU17949. SEE De- 
Noon, David John. 

CLARKE (Robert E.) and Associates, inc. 
SEE The Adventures of Princess Pet 
(Radio program) 

CLARKE, WILLIAM KENDALL. 
Leftover. Radio program. May 10, 1946. 
© Columbia Broadcasting System, inc.; 
Ic 12Apr49;DU19542. 

CLARKE, Irwin and Company, ltd. 
Eros at breakfast. DP19801. SEE 
Davies, Robertson. 

CLAUDEL PAUL. 
Partage de midi, drame. [Paris] 
Gallimard [1949]. 233 p. © Librairie 
Gallimard; 5Mar49; DP19815. 

CLAY, DAVID M. 
Mr. Pickwick, a television program. 

Acting version, serial 1. ® David 

M. Clay; Ic 28Feb49; DU18790. 
Screeno casino, a television program. 

[Sample script] © David M. Clay; 

Ic 31Jan49;DU18943. 
State fair a quiz show in a variety 

setting for television. © David M. 

Clay; Ic 14Feb49; DU18529. 

CLEMENS, Samuel Langhorne. 

The adventures of Huckleberry Finn. 
SEE Whiting, Frank M. Huckleberry 
Finn. DP19063. 

The celebrated jumping frog of Cala- 
veras County. DU19194. SEE Your 
Show Time (Television program) 

The million pound bank note. DU19196. 
SEE Your Show Time (Television 
program) 

CLEMENTS, Colin Campbell. 
Ohl Susanna. DP17967. SEE Ryerson, 
Florence. 

CLEMENTS, Florence Ryerson. SEE 
Ryerson, Florence. 

CLEMEIvTTS, JAY WELLINGTON. 
Father s son John, a play in three acts. 

® Jay W. Clements; Ic 7Mar49- 

DU18911. 
Listen to my voice; or The parson's 

dream. A psychomedy in three acts. 

© Jay W. Clements; Ic 7Mar49; 

DU18912. 
Saint Peter and me too, a play in three 

acts. © Jay W. Clements; Ic 7Feb49- 

DU18451. 

CLEM'S barber shop. DU18693. SEE 
Boswell, Tolla Raymond. 

CLORK, Harry. 
KUl the umpire. DU20159. SEE Hill, 
James Henry. 

CLOSED chapter. DU18928. SEE 
Williams, John. 



CLO\yARD, ANN GILLESPIE. 
Don t put it in writing, a play in one 

act. © Mrs. Ann G. Cloward; Ic 

24Feb49;DU18764. 
Romance is wonderful, a play in one act. 

© Mrs. Ann Gillespie Cloward; Ic 

23May49; DU20095. 

THE CLOWN prince. DU20469. SEE 
Stevens, Leslie C. 

LE CLUB du 29 fevrier. DU19439. SEE 
Gehri, Alfred Hermann. 

COACHING the salesman on the job. C3211. 
SEE Maynard, Harold Bright. Master 
salesmanship. 

THE COAST of Ulyria. DU19916. SEE 
Parker, Dorothy. 

C GATES, Robert M. 
Wisteria Cottage. DU18022. SEE Mayer, 
Jerome. 

COBIN, HAROLD CHESTER. 
Night awakening, a play in one act. 
© Harold Cobin; Ic 2jun49; DU20222. 

COCA Cola Company. 
A route manager works with the route 

salesmen. C3270. SEE Pathescope 

Productions. 
A route manager works with the routes. 

C3271. SEE Pathescope Productions. 

COCHRAN, JEAN CARTER. 
Pilgrims of peace, a Christmas pageant 
in one act. © Jean C. Cochran; Ic 
26May49; DU20330. 

COCHRANE^ MARIAN BEACH. 
Little folk s verse (The children speak 
creatively) A radio script by Marian 
Beach Cochrane and Edna Risley McCabe. 

6'ext and music on separate leaves] 
Mrs. Marian B. Cochrane, Mrs. EdnaR. 
McCabe; Ic 22Mar49; DU19203. 

COCTEAU, JEAN. 

Oedipus rex. DP19162. SEE Stravinskii, 
Ig,or' Fedorovich. 

Theatre [t. 1] Antigone. Les maries de la 
Tour Eiffel. Les chevaliers de la Table 
ronde. Les parents terribles. [Paris] 
Gallimard [1948]. 299 p. ©Librairie 
Gallimard- 15Dec48; DP19270. 

Theatre j^t. 2]^L_es monstres sacres. 
La macnine a ecrire. Renaud et Armide. 
L aigle a deux tetes. [Paris] Gallimard 
[1948]. 415 p. © Librairie Gallimard; 
3Qpec48;DP19819. 

Theatre de ppche; avec quatorze dessins 
inedits de I'auteur. [Paris] P. Morihien 
[19491. 151 p. Ulus. Contents.— 
Parade.— Le Boeuf sur le toit; ou. The 
Nothing Doing Bar.— Le pauvre matelot.— 
L ecole^des veuves. — Le bel indifferent. — 
Le fantome de Marseille.— Anna la bonne.— 
La dame de Monte -Carlo.— Le fils de I'air. 
— Le menteur.— Par la fenetre.— Je I'ai 
perdue. — Lis ton journal.— La farce du 
chateau. © Editions Paul Morihien; 
lMar49; DP20287. 

CO-ED club. DP18631. SEE Brown, Albert M. 

COFFEE at the Clover Club. C3560. SEE 
Thomas, V/illiam Frazier. 

COFFEE with the Tuttles. DU18389. SEE 
Morris, John Leonard. 

COFFIN, ALGERNON BRUCE. 
Philanderer a play in three acts by A. 
Bruce Coffin. © Algernon Bruce Coffin; 
Ic 26May49;DU20161. 

COHAN, Robert A. 
Howdy stranger I DU20260. SEE Flautz 
JohnT. 

COHEN, Doris Bugatch. 
An age old tale. DU19445. SEE 
Greenberg, Laenu Adelilah. 



18 



COHN, ART. 
Ronyon of Broadway; original screenplay. 
© Marshall Grant Pictures, inc.- Ic 
14Feb49; DU18514. 

COIRO ANGELO JOHN. 
Play ball, an idea for a television quiz 
show and sample program by BUI 
Corio [pseud.] and Pal Palladino. 
© Angelo John Coiro Peter Anthony 
Palladino; Ic 17May49; C3700. 

COLBY, ARCHIE. 
Hail to the Chief, a comedy in three 
acts. © Archie Colby; Ic 3May49; 
DU19858. ' 

COLD blood. DU19430. SEE VUlani 
Fred Joseph. ' 

COLD kisses. DU19499. SEE Davis 
Claire H. ' 

THE COLD war of Mr. Tuttle. DU18035. 
SEE Mosher (Ira) Associates, inc. 

COLE, Joseph H. 
Admiral television shorts. DU19843, 

DU20101. SEE WUding Picture 

Productions, inc. 
Frozen assets. DU18073. SEE WUding 

Picture Productions, inc. 
The international model plane contest. 

C3558. SEE WUding Picture Productions, 

inc. 
The Sunbeam toaster. DU18992, DU19008, 

SEE WUding Picture Productions, inc. 
Television shorts. DU18383. SEE WUd- 
ing Picture Productions, inc. 
Tell your own fortune. DU19839. SEE 

WUding Picture Productions, inc. 
The Velveeta story. C3275. SEE WUding 

Picture Productions, inc. 
WUl you be there? C3350. SEE WUding 

Picture Productions, inc. 
Zenith television. DU17829. SEE WUding 

Picture Productions, inc. 

COLEMAN, MARTYN. 
Kind hearts and coronets. Martyn Cole- 
man's dramatization of "Cranford" 
by Mrs. Gaskell. © Martyn Coleman; 
Ic 25Feb49;DUl8863. 

COLIN, Saul. 
The way home. DU18903. SEE Jung, 
Franz. 

COLLECTION of narratives wUh music. 
DU20487. SEE Glassman, Joyce Alice. 

COLLECTORS of death. DU19099. SEE 
The Shadow, no. 364. 

COLLEGE knights. DP 17957. SEE Reach, 
James. 

COLLIN, Louis Jacques Marie. SEE 
VemeuU, Louis. 

COLONEL Johnson eats the love apple. 
DU19079. SEE You Are There, no. 64. 

COLONEL Starbottle for the plaintiff. 
DU19402. SEE Your Show Time (Tele- 
vision program) 

COLOR scheme. DU19213. SEE Eaton, 
Joseph Henry. 

COLUMBIA BROADCASTLvfG SYSTEM, INC. 

CBS news broadcast, AprU 26, 1948. 
[Radio script] © Columbia Broadcasting 
System, inc.; Ic 12Apr49; C3568. 

CBS television news, Feb. 25, 1949. 
[Television script] © Columbia Broad- 
casting System, inc.; Ic 12Apr49; C3570. 

CBS views the press. May 22, 1948. 
[Radio script] © Columbia Broadcasting 
System, inc.; Ic 12Apr49; C3569. 

Feature story. May 20, 1946. [Radio script] 
© Columbia Broadcasting System, inc.; 
Ic 12Apr49; C3567. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



COLUMBIA Broadcasting System inc. Cont d. 
Leftover. DU1354?.. SEE Clarke, 

William Kendall. 
Let's pretend. SEE Let s Pretend (Radio 

program) 
Mind in the shadow. DUlSB/g. SEE Perl, 

Arnold. 
The people's choice. DU19963. SEE 

Lyon, Peter. 
Studio one. SEE Studio One (Radio 

program) 
Studio one. SEE Studio One (Television 

program) 
You are there. SEE You Are There 

(Radio program) 

COMBINE G. DUl 7868. SEE Heinberg, 
Paul Julius. 

COME back, little Sheba. DU19202. SEE 
Inge, William Motter. 

COME back soon. DU18G46. SEE Phillips, 
Wendell K. 

COME into rj-.y parlor. DU1835i. SEE 
Clark, Edward. 

COME play with me. DU19154. SEE Davis, 
Claire H. 

A comet's tail centrifugal swing. C3299. 
SEE Patricoff, Henry S. 

COMIC time. DU20232. SEE Gold, Horace. 

COMMON denominator. DU18565. SEE 
Reich, Dore. 

THE COMMON man. DU18083. SEE 
Bennett, Joseph Deericks. 

COMMUNICATION and transportation. 
DU18960. SEE Keeping Up With the 
Wigglesworths, no. 91. 

COMMUNICATIONS and transportation. 
DU20488. SEE Keeping Up with the 
Wigglesworths, no. 129. 

COMMUNITY Research Institute. SEE 
McDonald, Frederick H. 

THE COMPANY they keep. DU19344. 
SEE The Green Hornet, no. 930. 

COMPETITION. DU19637. SEE Keeping 
UP With the Wigglesworths, no. 81. 

COMPETITION is the "Big stick." DU20168. 
SEE Keeping Up With the Wigglesworths, 
no.. 107. 

LE COMPLEXE de Philemon. DU19404. 
SEE Bernard-Luc, Jean. 

THE COMPREHENSIVE business license. 
C3298. SEE McDonald, Frederick Homer. 

CONANT, LAWRENCE FRANKLW. 
Operetta Americana, a musical mural of 
the American scene, in three parts. 
[Text only] ® Lawrence F. Conant; 
Ic 23May49;DU20310. 

CONCEPTS of normality and abnormality 
in sexual behavior. C3395. SEE Kinsey, 
Alfred Charles. 

CONCERNING a woman of sin. DU19325. 
SEE The Actor's Studio, no. 26. 

CONCERTO for voices. DU20467. SEE 
Hickling, John. 

EL CONDE Lucanor. SEE Jacobson, Otto. 
Das Narrengericht. DU18450. 

CONDON, Bob. 
Hold that camera. DP19607. SEE 
Kneeland, Edward S. 

A CONFESSION on New Year's eve. DU19006. 
SEE Your Show Time (Television program) 



854120 O - 49 - 4 



CONFIDENTIALLY. DP19088. SEE Braun, 
Wilbur. 

THE CONGREGATION of the dead. DP18532. 
SEE The Eternal Light, no. 201. 

CONK and Carrie. DU19109. SEE Smith, 
Herbert Wilson. 

CONKLE, ELLSWORTH PROUTY. 
A china -handled knife, a one -act play 

about young Abe Lincoln. New York, 

S. French [1949]. 29 p. iUus. 

© Samuel French; 21Mar49; DP19531. 
Lavender gloves, a play in four episodes. 

© Ellsworth P. Conkle; Ic 28Jun49; DU20574. 

CONNELL, Howard. SEE 
Stop the Music (Radio program) 
Stop the Music (Television program) 

CONNELL, Richard Edward. 
A reputation. DU19627. SEE The Actor's 
Studio, no. 28. 

CONNIE Mack. C3687. SEE The American 
Way (Radio program) 

CONNIE went a walking. DU18433. SEE 
Chestnut, William Austin. 

CONNOR, Joan. SEE Connor, Marian Joan. 

CONNOR, MARIAN JOAN. 
For the ladies; or. The afternoon of a 
pawn. A play in one act by Joan Connor. 
© Marian Joan Connor; Ic 5Apr49; 
DU19416. 

CONOVER, Theresa Maxwell. 
AU that glitters. DU17754. SEE 
Mason, Lucy. 

CONOVER'S crime. DU19367. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 631, 

THE CONQUERED man. DU20375. SEE 
Slotkin, Joseph. 

CONQUEST in the hUls. DU20295. SEE 
Phipps, Daisy B. 

THE CONQUEST of the Grand Canyon. 
SEE You Are There, no. 56. 

CONRAN, RUSSELL FRANK. 
Midvale melodies, an operetta in three 
acts by Russell and Vivienne Conran. 
© Russell F. Conran; Ic 15Apr49; 
DU19600. 

CONRAN, Vivienne. 
Midvale melodies. DU19600, SEE 
Conran, Russell Frank. 

CONROY, Harold E. 
Fast and fair. DU20286. SEE Fisher, 
George Peter. 

CONSCIENCE. DU19696. SEE Keeney, 
Claire Handsaker. 

CONSIGN me to oblivion. DU18683. SEE 
Healey, Robert M. 

CONSTANDUROS, Denis. 
Acacia Avenue. DP18360. SEE Constan- 
duros, Mabel (TUling) 

CONSTANDUROS, MABEL (TILLING) 
Acacia Avenue, by Mabel and Denis 
Constanduros. London, S. French 
[1944]. 90 p. Ulus. (French's 
acting edition no. 545) A comedy. 
© Samuel French ltd.; 260ct44; DP18360. 

THE CONSTANT bride. DU18074. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

THE CONSUMING passion. DU20160. SEE 
Birsh, Henry WUliam. 

CONTEMPORARY PRODUCTIONS. INC. 
Down memory lane. [Film script for 
a Mack Sennett comedy] © Contemporary 

19 



Productions, inc.; Ic 29jun49; DU7.053t:. 

Port of New York. [Film script] © Con- 
temporary Productions, inc.; Ic lGJun49; 
DU20383. 

Trapped. [Film script] J Contemporary 
Productions, inc.; Ic lGJun49; DU20302. 

CONTmENTAL transmitting— analyzed and 
specialized. C3524. SEE Thayer, Richard 
Dudley. 

CONTRACT steal. DU19040. SEE The 
Green Hornet, no. 916. 

CONTRARY winds. DU18988. SEE Kirk, 
Mabel L. 

COOK (David C.) Publishing Company. 
The glory of the Lord. DP 17905. SEE 

Dolby, Harriet (Geister) 
The holy night. DP 179 74. SEE Felkner, 
Myrtle E. 

COOK, PHILENA. 
Shakespeare's Hamlet, a 1949 version 
interpreted in our vernacular idiom. 
© PhUena Cook; Ic 25Mar49; DU19429. 

COOKE, Virginia M. 
The castle land of the sky. DU19695, 
SEE Mellon, George Ellsworth. 

COOMBS, MINOTT LEE. 
Up jumped the devil, a comedy in one 
act. [Brunswick, Me., Brunswick Pub. 
Co.] C1946 [1949]. 42 p. illus. 
© Minott Lee Coombs; 10May49; DP19953. 
Prev. reg. 20Dec46;D unp. 5543. 

COPELAND, DOTTE BERGEN. 
Tales for tiny tots. [Nine stories] 
® Dotte B. Copeland; Ic 25Apr49; 
C3633. 

COPELAND, Sudie Lee. SEE Your Show 
Time (Television program) 

THE COPPER penny. DU19713. SEE 
Favorite Story, Dec. 28, 1948. 

THE COPPER year. DU19832. SEE Mazer, 
Joseph I. 

COQUATRIX, Bruno. 
Le chevalier Bayard. DU18837. SEE 
Hornez, Andre. 

CORBETT. Edward Lawrence. 
Novel Eniertainment Culture Organization. 
C3396. SEE Lih, Fredrik Lorenzo. 

CORBETT, Strat. 
Who's that girl? DU19876-19877. SEE 
LaRoy, Rita, 

CORCORAN, ROBERT JOHN. 
Pick me a long-stemmed flower, a short 
play in four scenes. © Robert John 
Corcoran; Ic 4Feb49; DU18396. 

CORDAY, LEO. 
On the square, a revue in two acts. 
Lyrics by Leo Corday, music by Leon Carr. 
[Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Leon Carr, Leo Corday; Ic 10Feb49; 
DU18788. 

CORINGTON, WILLIAM JOHN CURTIS. 
The tides of the heart, a drama in 
four scenes. © William John Curtis 
Corington; Ic 31Mar49; DU19323. 



CORIO, BUI, pseud. SEE Coiro, Angelo 
John. 

CORKY, the crocodUe. DU20046. SEE 
Cartoon Teletales, Mar. 2 7, 1949. 

CORN. DU20423. SEE Mission BeU FUm 
Productions, inc. Jack and Jill series, 
no. 3. 

THE CORNER of the moon. DU20499. SEE 
Johnson, Helen Muriel. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



SEE Morrissey, 



CORTEZ, Don. 
Texarkana. DU18939. 
Will James. 

COSTELLO, EDWARD ALPHONSUS. 
A wake for me and thee, a play in one 
act, by V/ard Costello. © Ward Costello; 
Ic 18jan49; DU18069. 
A wake for me and thee. SEE ALSO 
Mayorga, Margaret. The best one-act 
plays of 1948-1949. AA117053, 

COSTELLO, Ward. SEE Costello, 
Edward Alphonsus. 

COSTER, Charles Theodore Henri de. 
The mysterious picture. DU19003. SEE 
Your Show Time (Television program) 

THE C5TE d'Azur. C3326. SEE Hoff- 
man, Edward J, 

COTT, TED. 

Goldilocks and the three bears, a dramatico- 
musical composition. Adaptation and lyrics 
by Ted Cott, music by Hank Sylvem. [Text 
and music on separate leaves] © Allen- 
town Record Co., inc.; Ic 21Apr49: 
DU19668. 

Jack and the beanstalk, a dramatico-musical 
composition. Adaptation and lyrics by Ted 
Cottj music by Hank Sylvem. [Text and 
music on separate leaves] © Allentown 
Record Co^ inc.; Ic 21Apr49; DU19666. 

The three little pigs, a dramatico-musical 
composition. Adaptation and lyrics by 
Ted Cott, music by Hank Sylvem. [Text 
and music on separate leaves] © Allen- 
town Record Co., inc.; Ic 21Apr49; 
DU19667, 

COUCH, Herbert NeweU. 
The Syracusan women of Theocritus. 
DP20391. SEE Theocritus. 

COULTER, MARGARET EVELYN. 
The music room, an audition script by 
Arda Olsen [pseud.] © Margaret 
E. Coulter; Ic 23Mar49; DU19227. 

COUNT Bruga. DU19797. SEE Ruric, 
Peter. 

THE COUNTER-plan. DU20008. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 652. 

COUNTER-SPY (Radio program) Scripts 
in this series are by Phillips H. Lord, 
inc. © PhUlips H. Lord, inc. 

337. Jan. 11, 1949. Case of the gold pesos. 

© Ic 25jan49;DU18126. 
365. Apr. 19, 1949. Case of the importf>d 

impersonation. © Ic 22Apr49; DU19663. 

COUNTING baseball chickens. DU19809. 
SEE Aldrich Family, no. 494. 

THE COUNTRY editor, DP18378. SEE 
Martin, John M. 

COUNTRY mile. DU19613. SEE Ragotzy, 
Jack P . 

A COUNTRY wife, DU19823. SEE Carr, 
John Emmett. 

THE COURTING of Marie Jenvrin. SEE 
Seldon, Samuel. International folk 
plays. DP 2 00 78. 

COURTNEY, DIANE. 
Calling the stars, a sample script for a 
television program, by Diane Courtney 
and Bernard Lubar. © Diane Courtney; 
Ic 21Feb49;DU18692. 

THE COURTSHIP and marriage of George 
Washington. SEE Ross, Harlan. The 
bridal theatre of the air. DU19793. 

COURTSHIP clinic. C3403, DU18812. 
SEE Kleihauer, Alyce Martha de la 
Vergne. 



THE COURTSHIP of Adam. DU18419, SEE 
David Frank McCartney. 

THE COURTSHIP of Liza and Rastus. 
DP20228. SEE MUler, Arthur Joseph. 

COVER to cover. DU20204. SEE May, 
Marjorie. 

COWAN (Louis G.) inc, SEE 
The Pet Shop (Television program) 
R.FX). America (Radio program) 
R.FX). America (Television program) 
Stop the Music (Radio program) 
Stop the Music (Television program) 

COWARD, NOEL PIERCE. 
Joyeux chagrins, comedie §aie en 3 
actes et 4 tableaux de Noel Coward, 
adaptation franpaise d'Andre Roussin 
et Pierre Gay. cl949. (In Les Oeuvres 
libres no. 32. Paris A. Fayard, 1949, 
p, [225J- 318) © Noel Coward; 15Jan49; 
DP193g9. 
Private lives, an intimate comedy in three 
acts, London, S. French [194 7], 68 p. 
illus. (French's acting edition, no, 256) 
© Noel Coward; 31Dec47; DP18362, 
Prev, reg. 23Mar30 D unp. 4915; 
22Sep30, D pub. 7942; 22Sep30, D pub, 9119. 

THE COWARD. DU19060. SEE Challenge 
of the Yukon, no. 613. 

COWBOY songs for little broncho-busters, 
DU19207, SEE Krasnow, Hermann. 



COWBOYS and Indians. 
Clark, J, B. 



C3737, SEE 



COX, ALPHONSUS PATRICK. 
The homemakers treasure chest. Radio 
scripts no. 1-2. © Alphonsus Patrick 
Cox; Ic each 6Dec48; C34 72-3473. 

COX, CONSTANCE. 
The picture of Dorian Gray; a play in two 
acts, adapted from Oscar Wilde s novel. 
London, Fortune Press [1948] 81 p. 
© Constance Cox; 60ct48; DP18917. 

CRABTREE, PAUL, 
A story for a Sunday evening, a comedy 
in two acts. © Paul Crabtree; Ic 10jun49; 
DU20371. 

THE CRACKED pot. DU19488. SEE 
Hart, Abraham Lincoln. 

CRAFTON, Allen. 
The strength of ten, D^J20294, SEE 
Crafton, Jessica Royer. 

CRAFTON, JESSICA ROYER, 
The strength of ten, a comedy in three 
acts by Jessica and Allen Crafton. 
© Allen Crafton, Jessica Crafton; Ic 
8Jun49; DU20294. 



CRAIG, Walter. 
Everything good! DU18503. 
Joseph H. 



SEE Neebe, 



CRAMER, ALVERDI BLANCHE, 
II virtuoso, a dramatic composition in 
12 scenes. 17 leaves, © Alverdi Blanche 
Cramer; Ic 3Mar49; DU18884. 

CRAMER, HEINZ VON. 
Die Flut; Kammeroper von Heinz von 
Cramer, Musik von Boris Blacher. 
[Text only! © Ed, Bote & G. Bock; 
Ic 21Mar49;DUl9193, 

CRANE, BURTON. 
Hecuba, a play in one act. Adapted and 

considerably abridged from the play 

by Euripides. Includes music, © Burton 

Crane; Ic 6Jun49; DU20263. 
Sleep, baby, sleep; a farce in one act. 

© Burton Crane; Ic 180ct48; DU19443, 
So up the stairs, a comedy in three acts. 

© Burton Crane; Ic 24May49; DU20301. 



CRANFORD. SEE Coleman, Martyn. Kind 
hearts and coronets. DUlSSi^S. 

CRAVEN, BERNARD H. 
Bitch on wheels; a play in two acts and 
four scenes by Bernard H. Craven, 
adapted from a story by Charlotte 
Armstrong. [Alternate titles: Lend 
me your petticoat; This charming de- 
spair; The pumpkin eaters] © Bernard 
H. Craven; Ic 25Apr49; DU19742, 

CRAVEN, Bernard Neville. 
Jack-in-the-box. DU19425. SEE 
Hedrick, Paul Harrington. 

CRAVEN & Hedrick, inc. 
Jack-in-the-box, DU19425. SEE 
Hedrick, Paul Harrington, 

CRAZY-clean. DU20235. SEE Ely, 
Sylvia Sharon. 

THE CRAZY Mrs, Asvay. DU20264, SEE 
Harsanyi, Zsolt. 

THE CREAKING door. DU18649. SEE 
Brown, Himan. 

THE CREATION. DP18539, SEE The 
Eternal Light, no. 202. 

CREATURE of darkness. DU19902. SEE 
The Shadow, no, 369. 

THE CREATURES were stirring. DU19737, 
SEE Koehler, Alan Robert. 

THE CRICKET on the heartli, SEE 
Jerome, Helen (Bruton) DP 183 58. 
Your Show Time (Television program) 
DU19401. 



CRIME against nature. DU18836, 
Smith, Pat, 



SEE 



CRISIS. DU19802. SEE Lesley, Leonard, 

CRISIS at Quiet Rest. DU18031. SEE 
Druck, Murray David. 

CRISS Concrete Company, 
Criss Concrete singing commercial jingle. 
C3763, SEE Murphy, Laurence Vinton. 

CRISS Concrete singing commercial jingle. 
C3763. SEE Murphy, Laurence Vinton. 

CROCCO, J. PETER. 
King of the house, a comedy in three 
actSj by Peter Gregg [pseud. 1 and Albert 
Olivieri. © Peter Crocco, Albert Olivieri; 
Ic 3jan49; DU17841. 

CROCCO, Peter. SEE Crocco, J. Peter. 

CROOM, JACK GARRISON. 
The Dixie deacon, a comedy act for stage 
and television or a program idea for radio. 
© Jack Garrison Croom; Ic 9May49; 
C3674. 

CROSLEY Broadcasting Corporation. 
Easy listening. C3520. SEE Stern, Alan. 
'49 — magazine of television. C3292, 

SEE Hackett, Rita, 
Junior jamboree. C3534. SEE 

Behrman, Chet. 
Music please. C3553. SEE Stern, Alan. 
The Neals and Orville. C3406. SEE 

Hamner, Earl. 
What's next? DU17984. SEE FUion, Ross. 

CROSS currents. DU18768, SEE Chamber- 
lain, Lowell Colby. 

CROVETTO, ELENA GALLO. 
The same slow; original Italian creation 
for the screen. Tr. by Hetty Kaufmann 
Saunders. [Genoa, Italy, 1948], 40 p. 
© Elena Gallo Crovetto; 2jul48; DP20437, 



A CROWD always gathers. DU19138. 
Stubbs, Kenneth Norman. 



SEE 



20 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



CROWN of thunder. DU20445. SEE 
Keane, Ronda. 

CROZIER, Eric. 
The little sweep. DP20323. SEE 
Britten, Benjamin. 

LE CRUDELTA d'un incoronato tiranno. 
DU18407. SEE Cataldo, Vincent C. 

THE CRUMBS from the table. DU19847. 
SEE The Greatest Story Ever Told, 
no. 108. 

CRUMPLED handbUls. DU19368. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 632. 

CRUTCHER, ROBERT RILEY. 

Key to the city, a screenplay. © Z. 
Wayne Griffin; Ic 10Jan49; DUl 7973. 

CRY for the Captain. DU20472. SEE 
Slote, Alfred Horace. 

CRY out in the night. DU20326. SEE 
Leavitt, Polly. 

CUMMLNGS, E. E. y 

Oedipus rex. DP19162. SEE Stravinskii, 
Igor' Fedorovich. 

CUMMINS, CLARENCE RAY. „ 
Uncle Ned's "Hometown quiz, the 
food show of the air. [Sample radio 
script] © Clarence R. Cummins; Ic 
18Apr49; C3585. 

CUPID and Psyche. SEE Kleine, Grace 
Ottme, Mischief mountain. DU19658. 

THE CURE for love. DP19176. SEE 
Greenwood, Walter. 

CURRAN, JOHN. 
A gold mine, an original comedy in three 
acts. © John Curran; Ic 19Apr49; 
DU19629. 

CURRENT choice. DU20284. SEE 
Willis, Lynn Kenneth. 

CURRY, CLARENCE. 
Birth, a poem in four parts. © Clarence 
Curry, Jr.; Ic 8Mar49; DU18987. 

THE CURSE of Damascus. DU20352. SEE 
Little Herman, no. 20. 

CURTIS. AGNES. 
Special day plays. Anderson, Ind., 
Warner Press [19471. 71 p. © Gospel 
Trumpet Co.; 2'0jan47; DP20415. 

THE CUT-out lady. C3770. SEE Steffan, 
Catherine. 

CUTHRELL, STEPHEN. 
One for the books, a musical comedy in 
three acts. Book by Stephen Cuthrell, 
music and lyrics by S. Woodmansee, Jr. 
© Stanley Dennison Woodmansee, Jr. 
Stephen Cuthrell; Ic 21Jun49; DU204 76. 

CYCLES. DU19174. SEE Trimble, Jessy. 



daddy's girl. DU20164. SEE 
Loshak, Louis Allan. 

THE DAINTY hyacinth, DU18639. SEE 
Hammond, Gordon. 

DAISY at the shore. DU19837. SEE Levine, 
Max. 

DAME, HAZEL STEVENS. 
Karen, a play in three acts. © Hazel 
Stevens Dame; Ic 25Feb49; DU18894. 

D'ANCONA, Miranda. 
Eurydice. DU20396. SEE Anouilh, 
Jean. 



DANE, Clemence, pseud. SEE Ashton, 
Winifred. 

DANGER on the river. DU20306. SEE 
The Adventures of Fi'ank Merriwell, 
no. 127. 

DANGER signal. DU19055. SEE Challenge 
of the Yukon, no. 618. 

DANGEROUS Nan McGrew. DP18098. SEE 
Bats on, George. 

THE DANGEROUS quest. DU19278. SEE 
The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 121. 

DANIELOU, J. 
Oedipus rex. DP19162. SEE Stravinskii, 
Igor' Fedorovich. 

DANIELS, Norman A. SEE Nick Carter, 
Master Detective (Radio program) 

DANNY. DP18405. SEE Patton, Lois 
Frances. 

DAPHNE Laureola. DU19621. SEE 
Mavor, Osborne Henry. 

DARK genius. DU19599. SEE Long, Nona. 

DARK leaven. DU19328. SEE Lloyd, 
David Demarest. 

DARK legend. DU19214. SEE Fraenkel, 
Helene Esberg. 

DARK mountain. DP18637. SEE Elser, 
Donald. 

THE DARKCLIFF terror. DU19897. SEE 
The Shadow, no. 368. 

DARKNESS caUed night. DU19700. SEE 
Hennefeld, Edmund Bertram. 

DARKNESS came before dawn. DP18993. SEE 
WiLkins, Roy J. 

DARLING, Scott. 
The Lawton story. DP 183 56. SEE Horn, 

Mildred A. 

DARLINGTON, ANNE. 
A hat with red roses, a play in one act. 
© Anne Darlington; Ic llMay49; DU19958. 

DARRIGO, JOHN JAMES. 
Yoga relaxation formula. [Instructions] 
© John James Darrigo; Ic 28Jan49; 
C3447. 

DART golf game. C3573. SEE 
Davies, William T. L. 

THE DARTNELL Corporation. 
The salesmaster series. C3719. SEE 
WUding Picture Productions, inc. 

THE DARWIN theory. DU20413. SEE 
Miller, Tommy James. 

DARY, Al. 
The Hollywood legend. DU20255. SEE 
Hale, Bryant Mclntyre. 

THE DAUGHTER of the house. DU19651. SEE 
Wiener, Miriam. 

D'AURIA, Gemma. SEE Houston, Gemma 
d'Auria. 

DAVENPORT PEMBROKE M. 
Prevues with Pembroke, a television 
script. © Pembroke Enterprises, inc.; 
Ic 7Feb49; C3329. 

DAVID, Mack. 
Once in a lovetime. DU19133. SEE 
MUler, Albert Griffith. 

DAVID and Venetia. SEE Luce Margaret. 
The rose in the cloister. DP18101. 



DAVID Harding, Counter-spy (Radio program) 
SEE Counter-spy (Radio program) 

DAVIDSON, MADELmE. 
The perfect pattern, a comedy in three 
acts by Madeline Davidson and Maurice 
Glucher. © Madeline Davidson, 
Maurice Leon Glucher; Ic 29Apr49; on 
revisions; DU19813. Prev. reg. 
"Manhattan boomerang;" 21Sep37; D unp. 
52061. 



DAVIE, Cedric Thorpe. 
The Forrigan reel. DU20225. 
Osborne Henry. 



SEE Mavor, 



DAVIES, ROBERTSON. 
Eros at breakfast, and other plays. 
With an introd. by Tyrone Guthrie. 
Toronto, Clarke, Irwin, 1949. 129 p. 
Ulus. Contents. — Eros at breakfast.— 
The voice of the people.— Hope deferred. 
—Overlaid,— At the gates of the righteous. 
© Clarke, Irwin & Co., ltd.; lApr49; 
DP19801. 

DAVIES, WILLLVM T. L, 
Dart golf game, a lecture. © William 
T. L. Davies; Ic 13Apr49; C3573. 

DAVIS, ALBERT SAMUEL. 
Exploitation of Inventions. [Lecture] 
© Albert Samuel Davis, Jr.; Ic 29Mar49; 
C3526. 

DAVIS, CLAIRE H. 

Cold kisses, a mystery melodrama in 
two acts by Claire Read [pseud.] 
© Claire H. Davis; Ic 8Apr49; on revisions; 
DU19499. Prev. reg. "Murder presides," 
26Sep45;DU95256. 

Come play with me a script to be used 
for television, radio, music, stage, 
screen, by Claire Read [pseud. j © Claire 
H. Davis; Ic 17Mar49; DU19154. 

Love that pet, a radio and television program 
by Claire Read [pseud.] Sample script. 
© Claire H. Davis; Ic 15Mar49; DU19136, 

Love that pet a television show by Claire 
Read [pseud.] © Claire H. Davis; Ic 
20Apr49; on revisions; DU19632. 

My talking picture letter to you, a script 
for radio, television, stage, motion 
pictures, vaudevUle and musical composi- 
tions, by Claire Read [pseud.] and John 
McGowan. © Claire H. Davis, John 
McGowan; Ic 3Mar49; DU19134. 

DAVIS, HARRIET EAGER. 
All around the town, a comedy in three 
acts. © Mrs. Harriet Eager Davis; 
Ic 14Mar49;DU19119. 

DAVIS, JOHN HOMER. 
A song and a story: Wagon wheels. By 
John Davis and Jack Shawn [pseud, of 
John Albert Williams] Sample script. 
© John Homer Davis, John Albert Wil- 
liams; Ic 3jan49; DU18Q45. 

DAVIS, LEO AARON. 
Exposition at 17 Elm, a comedy in three 
acts by Leo Davis and Basil Beyea. 
© Leo A. Davis, Basil Beyea; Ic 6May49; 
DU19887. 

DAVIS LUTHER. 
Troublesome Jane, a radio play. © Luther 
Davis; Ic 31May49; DU20203. 

DAVIS, MUSE. 
The adventures of Benny Brim. [Story 
prepared for radio narration] © Muse 
Davis; Ic 250ct48; C3295. 

DAVTS Peter W. 
Ill wind. DU18644. SEE Peifer, Albert H. 

DAWSON, MARLOW. 
Bath after twelve, a vaudeville variety 
show. © Marlow Dawson; Ic 2May49; 
DU19829. 



21 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



DAY, BARBAFIA McEVOY. 
Judy in Easterland, an original ecreenplay. 
© Barbara McEvoy Day; Ic 30Dec48; 
DU18420. 
The two little love birds, a Valentine 
Day's story for the radio. S> Barbara 
McEvoy Day; Ic 30Dec48; DU18421. 

DAY, Helen. SEE Jenkins, Helen Day. 

THE DAY after forever. DP20492. SEE 
Emery, Charles. 

THE DAY beyond forever. DU18480. SEE 
Shayeson, Frances Emilie. 

A DAY in June. DP20334. SEE Taggart, 
Tom. 

A DAY m town. DU17790. SEE The 
Actor's Studio, no. 15. 

DE bello Peloponnesiaca. SEE What Do 
You Think? Is war necessary? C3501. 

DE Lord's winter apples. C3363. SEE 
Grubbs, William Herschel. 

THE DEAD beat. SEE Weeks, Donald. 
Policeman's lot. DU18130. 

DEAD man. DU19159. SEE The Actor's 
Studio, no, 25. 

DEAD man's deputy. DU18314. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2489-1714. 

DEAD man's map. DU19677. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 635. 

DEADLIER than the male. DU19205. 
SEE Soares, Irineu de Macedo. 

DEAR EMILY POST (Television program) 
Scripts in this series are by Walter 
Draper. © Regency Productions, inc. 

1. © Ic 4Jan49; DU18672. 

2. © Ic 4Jan49; DU18675. 

3. © Ic 4Jan49; DU18674. 

4. © Ic 4Jan49; DU18673. 

DEAR mom. DP18373. SEE James, Enna 
Nielsen. 

DEAJIBORN Motors Corporation. 
Freddy, the Ford tractor, in "A guy's 
gotta breathe." C3620. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

DEARIE, ye're a dreamer. DU18395. SEE 
Casey, Francis Michael. 

DEARLY beloved. DU19467. SEE Brooks, 
Helen Clark. 

De ARMEN, Bo. 
Texarkana. DU18939. SEE Morrissey, 
Will James. 

DEARSTYNE, STANLEY CHARLES. 
Don't step on that body! A play in three 
acts. © Stanley Charles Dearstyne; Ic 
16May49;DU19994. 

DEATH and the crown of Odalph. DU18060. 
SEE The Shadow, no. 356. 

DEATH and the double cross. DU18855. 
SEE The Shadow, no. 359. 

DEATH and the Easter bonnet. DU19904. 
SEE The Shadow, no. 371. 

DEATH and the Lucky Seven. DU20012. 
SEE Challenge of the Yukon, no. 656. 

DEATH came to dinner. DU19590. SEE 
Little Herman, no. 17. 

DEATH in the night. DU19950. SEE 
Lacloche, A. Marie. 

DEATH leaves a trademark. DU20353. SEE 
Little Herman, no. 21. 



DEATH of a salesman. DP 19965. 
Miller, Arthur. 



SEE 



THE DEATH of Jesus Christ. C3668. 
Boyles, Raymond James. 



SEE 



THE DEATH of Montezuma. DU20130. SEE 
You Are There, no. 78. 

DEATH writes a message. DP18139. SEE 
Westgate, Ted. 

DECEMBER days. DU19875. SEE 
Lane, Dorothy Mildred Guyon. 

A DECENT birth, a happy funeral. 
DP20077. SEE Saroyan, WUliam, . 

DECENTRALIZATION of American 
industry. DU20186. SEE Keeping Up With the 
Wigglesworths, no. 125. 

DECENTRALIZING American industry. DU18964. 
SEE Keeping up with the Wigglesworths, 
no. 87. 

DECISION. DU19808, SEE WoUgien, Kurtis. 

THE DEEP six. DU19787. SEE Haislip, 
Harvey Shadle. 

DEEP waters. DU18839. SEE Little 
Herman, no. 10. 

DEERE & Company. 
Roots in the soU. DU20237. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

DEES, PAUL ELBERT. 
He embraces me, a three act play. 
© Paul Dees; 40ct48; DP 18658. 

DeKAY, NONA REID, 
Bodies galore, a mystery -comedy in three 
acts. © Nona Reid deKay; Ic 22Apr49- 
DU19699. 

DEKKER, Thomas. 
The roaring girle. SEE Bacon Wallace 
Alger. The roaring girl. DU19145. 

DE LA VERGNE, Alyce. SEE Kleihauer, 
Alyce Martha de la Vergne. 

DELCO-Remy Division of General Motors 
Corporation. SEE General Motors 
Corporation. Delco-Remy Division, 

DEMIANOFF, RENEfi LOCKHARD. 
The miller's daughter; synopsis of a two- 
act play. © Sigmund Schwartzenstein; 
Ic 28Feb49;DU18809. 

DEMUND, HAROLD ALEXANDER. 
Christmas time, a dramatic composition. 
© Harold Alexander DeMund; Ic 23May49; 
DU20187, 

DEN of inequity, DU17996, SEE Chamber- 
lain, Lowell Colby. 

DENISON (T. S.) and Company. 
The big potato. DP19790. SEE Wilkinson, 

Richard HUl. 
Miss Starlight. DP19175, SEE George, 

Charles. 
Sally in our alley. DP19377. SEE George, 

Charles, 
The skywayman. DP 18955. SEE Preston, 

Effa Estelle. 
Treasure girl. DP 19779. SEE George, 

Charles. 

DENKER, HENRY. 
The greatest story ever told. SEE 

The Greatest Story Ever Told (Radio 

program) 
The story of Jacob A. Riis, a dramatic 

narration for radio. New York, cl949. 

15 leaves. (Riis Centennial bulletin 

no. 3) © Citizens' Housing and Planning 

Council of New York inc.; 25Mar49; 

DP19371. 



DENNEY, MARIE K, 
They rehearse; humorous reading. 
© V/etmore Declamation Bureau; 
lSep48;DPl83 75. 

DENNYS, JOYCE. 
The end of the song, a drama in three acts, 
London, S. French [1949], 84 p, illus. 
(French's acting edition, no, 500) 
© Samuel French ltd.; 14Mar49; 
DP19598. 

DeNOON, DAVID JOHN. 
Man in the moon, a musical fantasy in 
two acts, by David DeNoon and Julio 
Clarke. [Text only] © David John 
DeNoon, Julio Marion Clarke; Ic 10jan49; 
DU17949. 

DENT, Wade. 
The golden curtain. DU19191. SEE 
Yannopoulos, Dino. 

DERDERIAN, Lily. 
Atchkut Loois. DU18688. SEE Chobanian, 
Yervant. 

DESCENT into Eden. DU19579. SEE 
Stubbs, Kenneth Norman. 

DESCRIPTION of a plan for increasing 
membership of organizations, clubs, 
associations, and the like. C3659. 
SEE Pearse, Herbert. 



DESERT rat. DU17998. 
William Thomas. 



SEE Martin, 



DESIGN for peace. 
Werth, Paul. 



DU19290. SEE 



DESIGN macabre. DU19939. SEE 
The Sheriff, no. 241. 

DESIGN of rigid frames. C3281. SEE 
Korn, Martin Pinney. 

DESIRE. DP18657. SEE Picasso, 
Pablo, 

DESIRE at the crossroads. DU18382. 
SEE Rolnick, Jacob, 

DETECTIVE story. DU19523. SEE 
Kingsley, Sidney S, 

DE THOMAS, ERNEST. 
Rhumba instruction course, by Ernest 
De Thomas and Al Joltin. [Recording 
script] © Alfred Joltin Ernest De 
Thomas; Ic 4Mar49; C3409. 

DEUTSCH, ROBERT HARMON. 
Peter Piper, a play in two acts. 
© Robert H. Deutsch; Ic 31May49; 
DU20188. 

DEVELOPMEiMT and growth of the 
U.S.A. DP19093. SEE Doht, Mary 
Frances Read. Achievements. 

THE DEVIL dog. DU19365. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 629. 

THE DEVIL is a dreamer. DU19149. 
SEE Sokoloff, Ivan Boris. 

DEVINE, JERRY. 
West of Armageddon, a play in three 
acts. © Jerry Devine Productions; 
Ic 24jan49;DU18118. 

DEVINE (Jerry) Productions. 
West of Armageddon. DU18118. SEE 
Devine, Jerry. 

DEVLIN, William Edward. 
Here we are. DU19857. SEE Folts, 
Harry Claude. 

DeVOE JOHN WILLIAM. 
Less than a year. [Film script] 
© John W. DeVoe; Ic lljan49; 
DU18741. 



22 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



DIAL 999. DU19811. SEE Elirlich, Max 
Simon. 

DIALECT cuttings for auditions. DP17961, 
SEE Abbott, Nina. 

DIAMOND, C. S. 
Love plays a part. [Screenplay! © C. S. 
Diamond; Ic 27Sep48; DU18057. 



DIAMOND, Leonard. 
Roman holiday. DU20191. 
Lucille Selkia. 



SEE Or land, 



DIAMOND, RICHARD. 
The question box, by Richard Diamond, 
with music by Mischa and Wesley Port- 
noff. Vol. 1, no. 1: Thunder and 
lightning; no. 2: The weather. [Televi- 
sion scripts. Text only] © Ricnard 
Diamond; Ic 23Nov48; DU18890, 

DIAMONDS and murder. DU19046. SEE 
The Green Hornet, no. 920. 

DIANA'S mirror. DU19615. SEE Maltz, 
Maxwell. 



THE DIARIES. 
Philip. 



DU17993. SEE Korn, 



DICK Whittlngto.i and his cat. DU18110. 
SEE Let's Pretend, Jan. 15, 1949. 

DICKENS, Charles. 
The cricket on the hearth. SEE 
Jerome, Helen (Bruton) DP18358. 
Your Show Time (Television program) 
DU19401, 



DICKERSON, CHARLES GRIFFIN. 
Shadow across the sun, a play in three 
acts. © Charles Griffin Dickerson; Ic 
llFeb49; DU18493. 



THE DICTATES of conscience. 
SEE Sofia, Vincent. 



C3632. 



DIE for dear old Prescott. 
Carrington, Elaine. 



DU19694, SEE 



A DIFFERENCE of opinion. C3416. SEE 
Armstrong Cork Company. Human rela- 
tions in supervision, no. 2. 

DIGGES, Jeremiah, pseud, SEE Berger, 
Josef. 

DI GIOIA, GIUSEPPE. 
The calendar, a comedy in three acts. 
© Giuseppe Di Gioia; Ic 26jan49; 
DU18622. 

DILLS, HOLLAND MCTYEIRE. 
Morning in Normandy, a play in three acts. 
© Holland McTyeire Dills; Ic 13May49; 
DU19962. 

DING-dong belU DU20359. SEE The 
Sheriff, no. 245. 

DINNER, WILLIAM. 
April and September; a play in one act, by 
William Dinner and William Morum. 
Acting ed.] London, Vawser & Wiles 
1949]. 28 p. illus. © William Dinner, 
X^illiam Morum; lFeb49; DP20256. 

DINNER date. DU20428. SEE Aldrich 
Family, no. 502. 



DINNER for six. DU17870. SEE Fue, 
Charles. 

DINNES, NATHAN. 
Our own little world, a play in three acts. 
© Nathan Dinnes; Ic 23Mar49; DU19212. 

DINWOODIE, NINA HEPBURN. 
The silver, a one-act play by Hepburn 
Dinwoodie. © Nina Hepburn Dinwoodie; 
Ic 8Mar49; DU18999. 



UNDIOsolo. DU20435. SEE Soriano, 
Rocco. 

DIRK Billing's downfall. DU19686. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2532-1757. 

Di SALVO, JOSEPH JOHN. 
I weep red tears, a play in five acts. 
© Joseph John di Salvo Ul; Ic 28Feb49; 
DU18807. 

THE DISAPPEARING house. DU19589. 
SEE Little Herman, no. 16. 

THE DISAPPEARING runner. DU20281. 
SEE The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 137. 

DISAPPOINTMENT in Russia. DU18437. 
SEE Unger, Abraham. 

THE DISCIPLE of death. DU18061. SEE 
The Shadow, no. 357. 

DISCORD. DU20066. SEE Banks, Bertha 
Mae. 

DISCOURSE on inequality and treatise on 
political economy. SEE Harmon, John S. 
Rousseau. C3465. 

DISCOVERY. DU20074. SEE Bates, 
Henry Anson. 

DISCRIMINATION for everybody. DP18099. 
SEE Mabley, Edward Howe. 

LA DISILLUSA. SEE Rosato, Marco Carmine. 
Adelina, la figlia dell'albergatrlce. DU18794. 

DISPUTED barricade. DU19314. SEE 
Rulon, Samuel Archer. 

DISTRACTING afternoon. SEE Luce, 
Margaret. The rose in the cloister. DP18101 

THE DISTRIBUTION of energy over particle 
and field of the free electron. C3804. 
SEE Kilian, Edward. Problems of relativity 
in modern physics. 

LA DIVINA inventora. DP18934. SEE 
Alvarez Quintero, Seraiih. 

THE DIVORCE comedy. DU20475. SEE 
Hepburn, Dick. 

THE DIXIE deacon. C3674. SEE Croom, 
Jack Garrison. 

A DIZZYNARY of American slanguage. 
C3371. SEE Jones, E. Charlton. 

DO it with grace. DU19374. SEE Laskoff, 
Joan Vera. 

DO ye unto others. DU20484. SEE The 
Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 115. 

DO you have a sense of humor? C3332. SEE 
What Do You Think? (Television program) 

DO you know your neighbor? DU18641. SEE 
Allen, Sybil Margaret. 

DOAK Walker. C3285. SEE The American 
Way, C62. 

DR. A. Posner Shoes, inc. SEE Posner 
(Dr. A.) Shoes, inc. 

DR. Angelus. SEE Mavor, Osborne Henry. 
John Knox, and other plays. AI-2261. 

DR. CHRISTIAN (Radio program) Episodes 
in this series are by McCann-Erickson, 
inc. © McCann-Erickson, inc. 

527. Jan. 5, 1949. Obsession. © Ic 
7Tan49;DU17977. 

528. Jan. 12, 1949. The big one that got 
away. © Ic 7Tan49; DU17978. 

529. Jan. 19, 1949. Doctor of law. © Ic 
7Jan49; DU17979. 



23 



530. Jan. 26, 1949. Bring home the bacon. 
© Ic 7jan49;DUl7980. 

531. Feb. 2 1949. Her husband's ghost. 
© Ic 31Jan49: DU18616. 

532. Feb. 9, 1949. Time and love. © Ic 
31Jan49;DU18617. 

533. Feb. 16, 1949. Phantom in the studio. 
© Ic 31Jan49;DU18618. 

534. Feb. 23, 1949. Career woman. © Ic 
25Feb49;DUlB847. 

535. Mar. 2, 1949. I choose Daddy. 
© Ic 25Feb49; DU18846. 

536. Mar. 9, 1949. Sense of humor. 
© Ic 25Feb49: DU18845. 

537. Mar. 16, 1949. Who would not sing 
for David? © Ic 25Feb49; DU18844. 

538. Mar. 23, 1949. Mademoiselle from 
River s End. © Ic 9Mar49; DU19025. 

539. Mar. 30, 1949. Optical Ulusion. 
© Ic 9Mar49;DUl9026. 

539. Mar. 30, 1949. The toy pistol. 
© Ic 28Mar49; DU19254. 

540. Apr. 6, 1949. The full treatment. 
© Ic 28Mar49;DUl9235. 

542. Apr. 20, 1949. The lie. © Ic 
llApr49;DUl9591. 

543. Apr. 27, 1949. Poor Henry. © Ic 
25Apr49;DUl9763. 

544. May 4, 1949. One -dog ambulance. 
© Ic llApr49;DU19592, 

545. May 11 1949. The river rats. 
© Ic 9May49j DU19941. 

546. May 18, 1949. Dr. Christian award 
winners for 1949. © Ic 9jun49; DU20360 

547. May 25. 1949. Stolen glory. © Ic 
9Tun49;DU20361. 

54J. June 1 1949. Dr. Christian's magic. 
© Ic 9jun49;DU20362. 

549. June 8, 1949. The perfectionist. 
© Ic 9jun49;DU20363. 

550. June 15 1949. Is good— egtrs. 
© Ic 9jun49; DU20364. 

551. June 22, 1949. Three sprigs of 
bittersweet. © Ic 13jun49; DU20410. 

552. June 29 1949. Wanted: a wife. 
© Ic 23jun49; DU20529. 

553. July 6, 1949. The wedding present. 
© Ic 23jun49;DU20530. 

554. July 13, 1949. Sammy hits the 
jackpot. © Ic 23jun49;DU20531. 

DR. Christian award winners for 1949. 
DU20360. SEE Dr. Christian, no. 546. 

DR. Christian's magic. DU20362. SEE 
Dr. Christian, no. 548. 

DOCTOR, dear doctor I DU20162. SEE 
Follmann, Joseph Francis. 

DR. I. Q. (Radio program) Scripts in 
this series are by Will C. Grant. © Grant 
Advertising, inc. 

Dec. 27 1948. © Ic 31Dec48; C3220. 
Jan. 3 1949. © Ic 7Jan49; C3225. 
Jan. 10, 1949. © Ic 14jan49; C3266. 
Jan. 17, 1949. © Ic 22jan49; C3277. 
Jan. 24, 1949. © Ic 28Jan49: C3293. 
Jan. 31, 1949. © Ic 23Feb49; C3366. 
Feb. 7, 1949. © Ic 18Feb49; C3361. 
Feb. 14, 1949. © Ic 23Feb49; C3390. 
Feb. 21, 1949. © Ic 25Feb49; C3410. 
Feb. 28, 1949. © Ic 2Mar49; C3405. 
Mar. 7, 1949. © Ic 18Mar49; C3494. 
Mar. 14, 21, 1949. © Ic each 18Mar49; 

C3492-3493 
Mar. 28, Apr.' 4, 11, 18, 1949. © Ic each 

20Apr49;C3580-3583. 
Apr. 25, May 2, 1949. © Ic each 

6May49; C3661-3662. 
May 9, 16, 1949. © Ic each 19May49; 

C3709-3710. 
May 23, 30, June 6, 1949. © Ic each 

6Jun49;C3754-3756. 
June 13, 20, 27, 1949. © Ic each 

27Jun49; C3801-3803. 

DR. I. Q. JUNIOR SHOW (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Will C. 
•Grant. © Grant Advertising, inc. 

33. Jan. 8, 1949. © Ic 13jan49; C3265. 

34. Jan. 15, 1949. © Ic 22jan49; C3296. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



DR. I. Q. JUNIOR SHOW. (Radio program) 
Cont d. 

35. Jan. 22, 1949. © Ic 27jan49; 
C3301. 

36. Jan. 29, 1949. © Ic 2Feb49- 
C3314. ' 

37. Feb. 5, 1949. © Ic 10Feb49; 
C3349. 

38. Feb. 12, 1949. © Ic 17Feb49- 
C3362. 

39. Feb. 19, 1949. © Ic 28Feb49; 
C3400. 

40. Feb. 26, 1949. © Ic 2Mar49- 
C3404. 

41. Mar. 5, 1949. © Ic 14Mar49- 
C3481. 

42. Mar. 12, 1949. © Ic 17Mar49- 
C3487. ' 

43. Mar. 19, 1949. © Ic 23Mar49; 
C3506. ' 

44. Mar. 26, 1949. © Ic 30Mar49- 
C3530. 

45. Apr. 2, 1949. © Ic 6Apr49; C3541. 

DR. Mesmer. DU19838. SEE Petrie 
Maria. ' 

DR. Middlecoff. C3746. SEE The American 
Way (Radio program) 

DOCTOR of law. DU17979. SEE Dr. 
Christian, no. 529. 

DODD, JEANNETTE BETTS. 
The presentation of Linkaloop Simulasound 
and Recordscope. [Lecture/ © Mrs 
Jeannette Betts Dodd; Ic 14jan49; C3446. 

DODD. Mead and Company inc. 
The best one-act plays of 1948-1949. 
AA117053. SEE Mayorga, Margaret. 

DODGSON, Charles Lutwidge. 
Alice in Wonderland. DP18568. SEE 

Le (^alllenne, Eva. 
Alice s adventures in Wonderland. 
DP19092. SEE Addinsell, Richard. 

DOES the end justify the means? C3348 
SEE What Do You Think? (Television 
program) 

A DOG named Deuce, DU20548. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2561-1786. 

THE DOG with the gold teeth. DU19057. 
SEE Challenge of the Yukon, no. 615. 

DOHT, MARY FRANCES READ. 
Achievements; or, Development and 
growth of the U.S.A. Patriotic pageant 
effectively suitable for grades and inter- 
mediate high schools. Book and lyrics by 
Charlotte Scoones, music by Mary Frances 
Doht. Vocal score and libretto complete. 
Chicago, R. A. Hoffman Co. [1928, cl923]. 
32 p. © The Raymond A. Hoffman Co.; 
13Apr28 (in notice: copyright 1923, 
copyright assigned 1928); DP19093. Prev, 
reg. "Development and growth of the 
U.S.A., 26Dec22; D pub. 26407. 



DOLAN, Edward Ignatius. 
'Neath campus skies. DU18566. 
Whelan, Thomas Vincent. 



SEE 



DOLBIER, MAURICE. 
Pastime, a comedy in three acts. 
© Maurice Dolbier; Ic 23May49; DU20116. 

DOLBY, HARRIET (GEISTER) 
The glory of the Lord, a dramatization in 
one act with worship service for Christ- 
mas. [Elgin, 111., D. C. Cook Pub. Co., 
1948]. 12 p. (A David C. Cook Bible 
play) © David C. Cook Pub. Co.; 
27Oct48;DP17905. 

THE doll's adventures. DU18133. SEE 
Bucky, Frida Sarsen. 

DOLSON, HILDEGARDE. 

What year is this? A musical revue by 
Hildegarde Dolson and Eudora Welty. 



[Text only] © Hildegarde Dolson, Eudora 
Welty; Ic 8Mar49; DU19022. 

DOMINA. DU18081. SEE Murphree, Zoe 
Vernon. 

DOMINIQUE. DU19821. SEE Noe, Yvan. 

DON Juan in exile. DU17885. SEE 
Palescandolo, Frank Joseph. 

DON Juan liquidiert, DU18299. SEE 
Koch-Gaarden, Otto. 

DON Mike and Estrellita. DU18146. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2493-1718, 

DONIGER, Walter. 
The adventures of the speckled band. 
DU18523. SEE Your Show Time (Tele- 
vision program) 

DONKEY skin, DU18111. SEE Let's 
Pretend, Jan. 22, 1949. 

DONNET, Marie. 
Eurydice. DU20396. SEE Anouilh, Jean, 

DON'T call me Junior, DP18507. SEE 
Bennick, Hugh Richard. 

DON'T go away mad. DP20076, SEE 
Saroyan, William, 

DON'T put it in writing. DU18764. SEE 
Cloward, Ann Gillespie, 

DON'T step on that body. DU19994, SEE 
Dearstyne, Stanley Charles, 



THE DOOMED witness. DU19684, 
Challenge of the Yukon, no, 642. 



SEE 



THE DOPE fishers. DU19342. 
Green Hornet, no. 928, 



SEE The 



DORAN, Adine Haga, 
The adventures of Olga and Hilda, 
DU19424, SEE Ostgarden, Minora, 

DORNfeS, ROGER, 
Interdit au public, piece en trois actes de 
Roger Domes et Jean Marsan. cl949, 
(In Fra^nce illustration,^ Le Monde 
illustre, supplement theatral et 
litteraire, n, 28, Paris, 1949, 31 p,) 
© Roger Domes, Jean Marsan (ps, de 
Leon Street); 12Feb49; DP19820. 



DOUBLE Dutch. DU19625, 
George. 



SEE Morris, 



DOUBLE exposure. DU20015. SEE The 
Green Hornet, no, 938, 

DOUBLE masquerade, DU20546. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no, 2559-1784, 



THE DOUBLE slug killer, DU19969. 
The Shadow, no. 373, 



SEE 



THE DOUBLE test, DU19277, SEE The 
Adventures of Frank Merriw ell, no, 120, 

DOUBLECROSS Creek. DU19061. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 614. 

THE DOUBTFUL alibi. DU19437, SEE 
The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 110, 

DOUGALL, Tom. SEE 
The Challenge of the Yukon (Radio 

program) 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 

DOUGHERTY, DANIEL FRANKLIN. 
Green grow the shamrocks, a dramatico- 
musical composition by Danny Dougherty. 
[Text only] © Daniel Franklin Dougherty; 
ic llMay4^; DU19937. 

DOW, HAROLD B. 
Caravan of capers; an original miniature 
musical by Hal Dow and Joe Dunn, 



Television script, [Text only] © Harold 
B. Dow, Joseph V, Durn; Ic ljun49; 
DU20210, 

DOW Chemical Company. 
Recording for Plastics Division presenta- 
tion, C3618. SEE Handy (Jam) Organiza- 
tion, inc. 

DOWELL, George Brendan. 
East is not west. DU19639. SEE Spier, 
Rosemarie. 

DOWELL, inc. 
More efficiency, C3429, SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc, 

DOWN at Casey's, DU19503, SEE Carroll, 
Richard A, 

DOWN memory lane. DU20535, SEE 
Contemporary Productions, inc, 

DOWNEY, JOSEPH AUGUSTINE. 
Silver bonus; radio broadcast, Aug, 4, 
1948, © Joseph Augustine Downey; 
Ic 23Mar49; C3677, 

DOWNS, Frederic, pseud, SEE Flesher, 
Frederic Downs. 

DOYLE, Arthur Conan. 
The adventures of the speckled band. 
DU18523. SEE Your Show Time (Tele- 
vision program) 

DRAKE, Russell, pseud. SEE Braun, 
Wilbur. 

DRAKESTAIL. DU18109. SEE Let's 
Pretend, Jan. 8, 1949. 

DRAMA Guild Publishers. 
Calling all Carrs. DPI 8090. SEE 

Tobias, Jay. 
Suffering Sarah. DP17837. SEE Kurtz, 

C. Gordon. 
Timmie's double date. DP17839. SEE 

Stone, James Floyd. 
What's cookin'? DP17838. SEE George, 

Charles. 

DRAMATIC Publishing Company. 
One foot in heaven. DP19872, SEE 

Martens, Anne (Coulter) 
Uncle Fred flits by. DP19873. SEE 
Sergei, Christopher. P. G, Wodehouse's 
Uncle Fred flits by, 

DRAMATISTS Play Service, inc. 
Skipper next to God. DP20135. SEE 
Hartog, Jan de. 

DRAPER, WALT. 

The ghost of Possum Hollow! A farce 
comedy in three acts. New York, 
S. French [19491. 102 p, © Samuel 
French; 16t"eb49: DP19090, Prev, reg, 
14Mar48; DU14663, 

Henry Jones of Jones Junction, a play in 
two acts, © Walt Draper; Ic 20Apr49; 
DU19620, 

DRAPER, Walter, SEE 
Dear Emily Post (Television program) 
New Day for America (Television pro- 
gram) 

DRAUSSEN vor der Tur, SEE Borchert, 
Wolfgang, Outside the door. DU19781. 

DRAW your own conclusions. C3771. SEE 
Rose, Allen. 

DREAM in hand. DU20055. SEE Black, 
Thomas Earl Howard. 

THE DREAM of Jochanon Hasandler. 
DU19807. SEE Perlmutter, Sholom. 

DREAM of life. DU18667, SEE Schrag, 
Allen. 



A DREAM of love, DPI 8956, 
liams, William Carlos, 



SEE Wil- 



24 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



DREAM train. DU19475. SEE Billie 
the Brownie, no. 30. 

DREAMS do come true. DU18306. SEE 
Radford, Ruby Lorraine. 

A DRESS for Michi. DP18668. SEE 
Wells, Virginia. 

DRESSED to kill. DU18556. SEE Kurtz, 
C. Gordon. 

DREYFUSS, ALAN. 
Studio U. S. A.; a play in three acts. 
© Alan Dreyfuss; Ic 21Jun49; DU20473. 

DRISCHELL, ALBERT STARKE. 
Not exactly company, a one-act comedy. 
© Albert Starke Drischell; Ic 25May49; 
DU20146. 



DROP the coke, Lou. DU20234. 
Kaplan, Jesse. 



SEE 



DROPKIN, LOU. 
The missing check, a play in one act by 
Dropkin & Leon, © Lou Dropkin, 
Felix Leon; Ic 15Mar49; DU19132. 

DRUCK, MURRAY DAVID. 
Crisis at Quiet Rest, a play in one act. 
© Murray D. Druck; Ic 10Dec48; 
DU18031. 

THE DRUMMER. DU19387. SEE Farley, 
Richard Joseph. 

DRUMMOND, ALEXANDER MAGNUS. 
Money for college, a one-act farce 
comedy, by A. M. Drummond and E. L. 
Kamarck, Ithaca, N. Y., American 
Agriculturist, cl948. 8 p. "An Amer- 
ican Agriculturist play ... sponsored 
jointly by American Agriculturist and 
the Cornell University Theatre." 
© American Agriculturist, inc.; 
18Sep48; DP20448. 

THE DRUMS. DU19692. SEE Phillips, 
Ruby Hart. 

DRUON,^MAURICE. 
Megaree, piece en trois actes. *^1949. 
(In Les Oeuvres libres. Nouv. ser., 
no. 34. Paris, A. Fayard, 1949. 
p. [2711-318) © Maurice Druon; 
15Mar49; DP19817. 

DUANE, Frank, pseud. SEE Rosengren, 
Frank Duane. 

DUBOIS, Christopher Francis, pseud. 
SEE Franziss, Karl Max. 

DU BOIS, WILLIAM. 
The man from Sverdlosk, a comedy in 
three acts. © William Du Bois; Ic 
23Mar49; DU19217. 

DUCKLER, Marvin. 
The golden tears. DU18899. SEE 
Schick, Elliot. 

DUDLEYS, PauL SEE Your Hit Parade 
(Radio program) 



THE DUEL. DU20011. 
the Yukon, no. 655. 



SEE Challenge of 



DtTRRENMATT, FRIEDRICH. 
Romulus der Grosse; eine ungeschicht- 
liche historische Komodie in vier 
Akten. © Kurt Reiss; Ic 27Jun49; 
DU20539. 

DUFF, HARRY JAMES, 
Finale, a drama in one act. © Harry 

James Duff; Ic 21Mar49; DU19168. 
When Daniel roars, a comedy in three 

acts. © Harry James Duff; Ic 30Dec48; 

DU17791. 

DUFFY'S TAVERN (Radio program) Scripts 
in this series are by Ed Gardner, © Ed 
Gardner. 



Dec. 3, 1947. Pigsfeet in Paris. © Ic 
14Mar49; DU19118. 



DUMAS, Marcel. 
Roman holiday. 
Xantho, Peter. 



DU20385. SEE 



DU MAURIER, DAPHNE. 
September tide, a play in three acts. 
© Daphne du Maurier; Ic llFeb49; 
DU18513. 

DUMLER, CHARLES. 
Wedding bells of Eden, a parental 
wedding congratulatory sermonette. 
© Charles Dumler; Ic 9Jun49; C3762. 

THE DUMMY'S lament, SEE Eady, 
David. Items from May Week revue, 
DP18104. 

DUNAWAY, ANNA BROWNE LL, 
The Christmas pie, a one act play. 
© Wetmore Declamation Bureau; 
lSep48; DP18371. 

DUNBAR, BARRE. 
Orchid Island, a comedy in three acts. 
© Barre Dunbar; Ic 31Jan49; DU18499. 

DUNDY, Arthur G. 
China skies. DU19516. SEE First 
Nighter, Feb. 17, 1949. 

DUNKLE, ANNA BARNET. 
Angles or angels, a play in three acts by 
Arthur Bennett Durward [pseud.] 
© Anna B. Dunkle; Ic 2Feb49; DU18386. 

DUNLAP, Donald H. 
The copper year, DU19832. SEE 
Mazer, Joseph I. 

DUNN, CAESAR. 
Maggie, a comedy in two acts. © Caesar 
Dunn; Ic 25Apr49; on revisions; 
DU19744. Prev. reg, "Brackett Hills"; 
180ct44; D90911. 



DUNN, Joseph V. 
Caravan of capers. DU20210. 
Harold B, 



SEE Dow, 



DUNN, MAURICE TEL 
More sinned against than usual, a satire 
on the melodramas of the Gay Nineties. 
In three acts, © Maurice Tei Dunn; Ic 
6jun49; DU20442. 

DUNSTON, Alfred G. 
"And it came to pass." DU19428. SEE 
Harris, Edna K. 

DUPLER, EMMERT PARKER. 
John Kline, a brother in reality; a play in 
three acts. [Elgin, 111.] Brethren Serv- 
ice Commission, General Brotherhood 
Board, Church of the Brethren [1949], 
107 p. illus. © Emmert Parker 
Dupler; 18Apr49; DP20139. Prev. reg. 
3Jun41; D unp. 75161. 

THE DUPLICATE dean. DU18177. SEE 
The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 114. 

DU PONT de Nemours (E, I.) and Co. 
SEE The Cavalcade of America (Radio 
program) 

DURAN, GERMAINE. 
Clair de lune, a play in three acts based 
on the life of Claude Debussy. © Ger- 
maine Duran; Ic 4Nov48; on revisions; 
DU17818. Prev. reg. 14Feb45; D92342. 

DURFEE, DOROTHY GARDNER. 

Eastward in Eden, the love story of 
Emily Dickinson, by Dorothy Gardner. 
[A play in three acts] New York, Long- 
mans, Green [1949]. 100 p. illus. 
© Longmans, Green & Co., inc.; 
25May49; DP20153. 

Eastward in Eden, the love story of Emily 
Dickinson, by Dorothy Gardner. [A play 

25 



in three acts] Production prepared by 
Nathaniel Edward Reeid. New York, 
Longmans, Green [1949]. 89 leaves, 
illus. (Longman's play series) "Di- 
rector's manuscript.' © Longman's, 
Green & Co., inc.; 25May49; DP20154. 

DURWARD, Arthur Bennett, pseud. SEE 
Dunkle, Anna Barnet. 

DURYEA (O. C.) Corporation. 
Shockproof shipping. C3273. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

D'USSEAU, Arnaud. 
Rough cradle. DU19144. SEE Gow, 
James. 

DUTOURD, JEAN. 
L'arbre, piece en trois journees. [Paris] 
Gallimard [1948]. 181 p. © Librairie 
Gallimard; 20ct48; DPI 8509. 

DWIGGINS, Susan. 
The magic shop. DU19906. SEE Johnson, 
Edward T. 

DWORKIN, MARVIN. 
Glass dream, a play in one act. © Marvin 
Dworkin; Ic 10Jan49; DU17972. 

DYMOW, OSSIP. 
The stranger of the Kremlin, a play in 
three acts by Ossip Dymow, tr. from the 
Russian by J, J. Robbins. © Ossip 
Dymow; Ic llFeb49; DU19013. 



EADY, DAVID. 
Items from May Week revue. [I got a 
house, by David Eady. The dummy's 
lament, by David Eady and Kenneth Pool- 
man, In histrionic circles, by Stephen 
Joseph] London, S, French [1948]. 19 p, 
(French's acting edition, no. 554) 
© Samuel French ltd,; 30Dec48; 
DP18104, 

THE EAGLE with clay feet. DU18410, 
SEE Wyman, Justus Edwin. 

EAKINS, James. 
The house of wonder, DU20412. SEE 
Fabian, Bunty. 

EARLY dew. DU18123. SEE Kibbee, 
Roland. 

EARLY stage. DU19442. SEE Straus, 
Julia Bloch. 

EARTHBORN. DU18867. SEE Richards, 
Walter Auldon. 

EAST is not west. DU19639. SEE Spier, 
Rosemarie. 

EAST Lynne. DU20436. SEE LoCicero, 
Barbara Elizabeth Bogart. 

EASTBOUND-westbound. DU19359. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2531-1756. 

THE EASTER egg mystery. DP20156. 
SEE Mann, Hannah. 

THE EASTER garden. DP19269. SEE 
Yale, Elsie Duncan. 

EASTER morn. DU18686, SEE Ackerman, 
Marguerite. 

THE EASTER spirit, DP18833. SEE 
McCarty, Rega Kramer, 

EASTMAN, FRED, 
The great choice, an incident of the next 
war. A play in one act, modeled after 
Sophocles' "Antigone.' [Rev. ed.] 
New York, S. French [1949]. 30 p. illus. 
© Samuel French; 18Mar49; DP19248. 
Prev. reg. 70ct32; D pub. 18649, 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



EASTMAN, FRED. Cont'd. 
The great choice, an incident of the next 
war. A play in one act, modeled after 
Sophocles' "Antigone.' [Rev. ed.] 
New York, S. French [19491. 30 p. 
illus. © Samuel French; 18Mar49; 
DP20082. 

EASTWARD in Eden. DP20153-20154. 
SEE Durfee, Dorothy Gardner. 

EASY listening. C3520. SEE Stern, Alan. 

EATON, JOE. 
Ev'rybody's talking about Town Talk, 
Town Talk. [Radio commercial] 
© Joe Eaton; Ic 6May49; C3692. 

EATON, JOSEPH HENRY. 
Color scheme, a play in three acts. 
© Joseph Henry Eaton; Ic 23Mar49; 
DU19213. 

EAU trouble. DU19822. SEE Tremois, 
Edge. 

ECHO and Narcissus. DU20096. SEE 
Beim, Norman. 

ECKHARDT, Agnes. 
Babbitt. DU19543. SEE Studio One 
(Radio program) Mar. 30, 1949. 

ECKHARDT, FRITZ. 
Bel ami. Operette in drei Akten von 
Fritz Eckhardt, unter Verwendung von 
Motiven des gleichnamigen Romans 
von Guy de Maupassant. Muzik von 
Rudolf Kattnigg. [Text only] © Josef 
Weinberger, ltd.; ic 30Mar49; DU19595. 



ECONOMIC relationships. 
Rees, Albert Winfield. 



C37e 



SEE 



DP19450. SEE 



ED Rickey. C3689. SEE The American 
Way (Radio program) 

Ed. Schuster & Company, inc. SEE 
Schuster (Ed.) & Company, inc. 

EDGAR, ELLEN RICE. 
The adventures of Skiddle Skaddle. 
[Stories] Contents.— Skiddle Skaddle 
and Spinner Spider.— Skiddle Skaddle 's 
Thanksgiving.— Clydie Cloud's visit.— 
Skiddle Skaddle and the snow man. — 
Skiddle Skaddle visits Cupboard Land. 
© Ellen Rice Edgar; Ic 7Dec48; C3462. 

EDISON Electric Institute. 
Constant bride. DU18074. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

Editions du Rocher. 

La petite hutte. DPI 8512, SEE Roussin, 
Andre. 

Editions Nagei. ^ 

Et Vive la liberte. 
Letraz, Jean de. 

education and economic prosperity. 
DU18976, DU20181, SEE lieeping Op With 
the Wigglesworths, nos. 101, IZO. 

EDWARDS, Ben. 
With no awakening. DU19117. SEE 
Bolen, Virginia. 

EDWARDS, ELEANOR JEAN. 
Spring tonic, a one-act play. © The 
J. L. Hudson Co.; Ic 25Apr49; DU19739. 

EDWARDSON, ROBERT. 

Multiple sponsorship play— acting pro- 
gram. © Robert Edwardson. 

1. Advertising coffee, milk and cream, 
pastry, silverware, tableware, coffee 
percolator, automatic coffee makers, 
furniture, television sets, and radio 
sets. © 29Jan49 (in notice: 1948) ; 
DP19120. 

2. Advertising cigarette lighters, ciga- 
rettes, cigarette papers, etc. © 29Jan49 
(in notice: 1948); DP18913. 

3. Advertising shaving brush, shaving 
cream, razor blades, shaving lotion. 
© 29Jan49 (in notice: 1948); DP18545. 



4. Advertising washing machines, water 
heaters, washing powder. © 29Jan49 
(in notice: 1948); DP19121. 

5. Advertising cosmetics, toilet soap, 
hair wave sets, stockings, dresses, 
women's hats, women's coats, women's 
shoes, etc. © 29Jan49 (in notice: 1948); 
DP18544. 

6. Advertising gasoline engines, gasoline, 
storage batteries, spark plugs, gene- 
rators, distributors, spark coils, ignition 
wiring and fittings, lubricating oil. 

© 29Jan49 (in notice: 1948); DP19122. 

7. Advertising foods, drinks, dining 
furniture, silverware, tableware. 

© 29Jan49 (in notice: 1948); DP19123. 

8. Advertising men's underwear, men's 
shirts, neckties, socks, suits and top- 
coats, men's shoes, men's hats. 

© 29Jan49 (in notice: 1948); DP19124. 

9. Advertising toilet soap, hair wave sets, 
shampoo, hair tonic. © 29Jan49 (in 
notice: 1948); DP18914. 



EGAN, Eugene. 
Mystery town. 
Adrian S. 



DU18789. SEE Price, 



EGMONT— 1949. DU19633. SEE Oenslager, 
Donald. 

AN EGYPTIAN conniption. DU19422. SEE 
The Adventures of Homer Herk, no. 1. 

EHRLICH, MAX SIMON. 
Dial 999— the case of the deceased drum- 
mer. [Radio script] © Max Simon 
Ehrlich; Ic 29Apr49; DU19811. 

EICHENDORFF, Joseph Karl Benedikt, 
Freiherr von. 

Das Schloss Diirande. DP18824, SEE 
Schoeck, Othmar. 

EICKS, JEAN. 

The story of Joseph Cardinal Mindszenty, 

a 30-minute radio drama presented by 

The Ave Maria Hour. © Friars of the 

Atonement, inc.; Ic llApr49; DU19514. 

EISENBERG, Isidor. 
Sales talk and sales clinchers. C3399. 
SEE Le Rose Hosiery Company. 

EISENBERG, Philip. 
Cowboy songs for little broncho-busters. 

DU19207. SEE Krasnow, Hermann. 
Play-a-long songs. DU19206. SEE 

Krasnow, Hermann. 

EITEN, MYLES. 
The better mousetrap, by Myles Eiten and 

Roger Sklar. [Radio script] © Roger 

Sklar, Myles Eiten; Ic 6May49; DU19907. 
The voice of Mister Fry, an original radio 

fantasy in verse. © Myles Eiten; Ic 

4Jan49; DU17867. 

EITHER or ither. DU20056. SEE Lessman, 
Harry. 

ELDER, Gene. SEE Elder, William Eugene. 

ELDER, WILLLAM EUGENE. 
Slightly normal, a comedy in three acts 
by Gene Elder. © William Eugene Elder; 
Ic 21Feb49; DU18909. 

ELDRIDGE Entertainment House, inc. 
Cinder, my eye! DP18628. SEE Steele, 

Charles Ishmael. 
Co-ed club. DP18631. SEE Brown, 

Albert M. 
Dark mountain. DP18637. SEE Elser, 

Donald. 
The enchanted attic. DP18638. SEE 

Woolsey, Maryhale. 
Everybody's assembly book. DP18625, 

SEE Everybody's assembly book. 
Everybody's party book. DPI 8627. SEE 

Githens, Harry Wright. 
Everything's on ice. DP18632. SEE 

Summers, Camilla McLaren. 
The grapevine. DP18629. SEE Stone, 

James Floyd. 



26 



Groom's biscuits. DP18626. SEE 

Steele, Charles Ishmael. 
The honeymoon is over, DP18636. SEE 

Stone, James Floyd. 
The innkeeper. DP18633. SEE Ashton, 

Leonora Sill. 
Tobaccy Road— with detours. DP18635. 

SEE Sutton, Vanita. 
Too much Christmas. DP18634. SEE 

Sutton, Vanita. 
Windows, and other humorous monologs. 

DP18630. SEE Sharpe, Mary G. 



THE ELECTION bet. 
Martin, Charles H. 



DU20053. SEE 



ELECTIVE affinities. SEE Whiteford, 
Edith L. Joined in heaven. DU17869. 

ELIMINATE retardants. C3217. SEE 
Maynard, Harold Bright. Master sales- 
manship. 

ELISABETH von England. SEE Tagger, 
Theodor. Historische Draman. DP19373. 

ELLE a dit: Jamais! DU19438. SEE 
Mairens, Jacques. 

ELLEN Evanson, DU20097. SEE Orlovitz, 
Gilbert. 

ELLIOTT, Dean. 
Blimpy. DU20367. SEE Foil, Charles. 

ELLIOTTE, John. SEE The Great Gilder - 
sleeve (Radio program) 

ELLIS, David. 
The Manchester marriage. DU18453. SEE 
Your Show Time (Television program) 

ELLIS, FLENOID. 
Jacob's well (There cometh a woman of 
Samaria to draw water) A play in one 
act. © Mrs. Flenoid Ellis; Ic 31Mar49; 
DU19765. 

ELLIS, JOSEPH ROLAND. 
Call me dearie, a comedy in three acts. 
Boston, Christopher Pub. House [1949], 
191 p. © Joseph R. Ellis; 12Jan49; 
DP18350. Prev. reg. 26jul46; D unp, 
4310. 

ELMER and the soprano. DP19452. SEE 
McNeil, Beatrice Humiston. 

ELSER, DONALD. 
Dark mountain, a mystery comedy in three 
acts, by Ralph Glenn [pseud.] Franklin, 
Ohio, Eldridge Entertainment House 
[19481. 84 p. (An Eldridge 3-act play) 
© Eldridge Entertainment House, inc.; 
19N0V48; DP18637. 

ELY, JOHN T. A. 
Bella-Maya, a play in a prologue, three 
acts, and an epilogue. Adapted by 
John T. A. Ely from the play "Maya" 
by Simon Gantillon. © John T. A. Ely; 
Ic llMay49; DU19949. 

ELY, SYLVIA SHARON. 
Crazy-clean; a twenty-five minute radio 
play. © Sylvia S. Ely; Ic 2Jun49; 
DU20235. 

EMERALD Garden. DU18306. SEE Rad- 
ford, Ruby Lorraine. 

THE EMERALD in the nugget. DU18319. 
SEE The Challenge of the Yukon, no. 590. 

EMERGENCY door. DU19446. SEE Roux, 
Serge. 

EMERGENCY operation. DU18461. SEE 
Bela, Nicholas Francis. 

EMERY, CHARLES. 
The day after forever, a one-act comedy- 
drama. New York, S. French [1949]. 
24 p. illus. © Samuel French; 6jun49; 
DP20492. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



EMERY, CHARLES. Cont'd. 
The red key, a one-act drama. New York, 
S. French [19491. 26 p. illus. © Samuel 
French; 6jun49; DP20493. 

THE EMPTY coffin. DU19683. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 641. 

THE EMPTY cradle. DU19299. SEE 
Evensen, Isobel. 

THE ENCHANTED attic. DP18638. SEE 
Woolsey, Maryhale. 

THE ENCHANTED Christmas tree. DP19287. 
SEE Wilde, Percival. 

THE ENCHANTED frog. DU19752. SEE 
Let's Pretend, Apr. 9, 1949. 

THE ENCHANTED stag. DU18882. SEE 
Let's Pretend, Feb. 12, 1949. 

END money. DU20459. SEE Yawltz, 
Paul Arthur. 

THE END of the song. DP19598. SEE 
Dennys, Joyce. 

ENDLESS engineering. C3557. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

THE ENEMY is lite. DU20398. SEE 
Hoskins, Katherine de Montalant. 

ENGAGEMENT ring. DU19986, SEE 
Aldrich Family, no. 497. 

ENGAR, KEITH MAURICE. 
Arthur and the magic sword, a play for 
children. © Keith M. Engar; Ic 
27Apr49; DU19784. 

DIE ENTSCHEIDUNG. DU18290. SEE 
Hauptmann, Franz. 

ENTWISTLE, MARY JOY. 
Aloha, stranger! A musical comedy in 
three acts. © Mary Joy Entwistle; Ic 
5Apr49; DU19408, 

EPITAPH in Tombstone. DU20304. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2535-1760. 

EQUAL angles. DU19498, SEE Wilmurt, 
Arthur Ranous. 

ERIKA Denton, DU18763. SEE Marion, 
Ira. 

EROS at breakfast. DP19801. SEE 
Davies, Robertson. 

ERVINE, John St. John Greer. SEE 
Ervine, St, John Greer. 

ERVINE, ST. JOHN GREER. 
Private enterprise, a play in three acts. 
G. Allen & Unwin [19481. 100 p. © John 
St. John Greer Ervine; 29Jul48; DP18919, 

ES kam nicht in die Zeitung. DU19977. 
SEE Leyden, Jan van. 

ESCAPE from horror. SEE Fishburn, 
Alan M. Stories of escape. DU17783. 

ESCAPE to the north. DU20002. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 646. 

ESCORT home. DU19852. SEE Gelle, 
Gisele. 

ESTRANGED. DU18570. SEE Rose, Irwin. 

ET Vive la liberte. DP19450, SEE Letraz, 
Jean de. 

L'fiTAT de siege. DP19192. SEE Camus, 
Albert. 

THE ETERNAL LIGHT (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by various 
authors. © Jewish Theological Seminary 
of America, unless otherwise indicated. 



854120 O - 49 - 5 



193. Aug. 15, 1948. The head of the 
table, by Irve Tunick. © Ic 10Feb49; 
DU19011. 

194. Aug. 22, 1948. Portland, U.S.A., 

by Irve Tunick. © Ic 10Feb49; DU19010. 

195. Aug. 29, 1948. The woman rich in 
time, by Sylvia Berger. © Ic 10Feb49; 
DU19012. 

196. Sept. 5, 1948. Messenger of prayer, 
by Irve Tunick. © 6Sep48; DP18537. 

197. Sept. 12, 1948. Book of books, by 
Peter Lyon, and inspired by the volume 
of the same title by Solomon Goldman. 
© 13Sep48; DP18541. 

198. Sept. 19, 1948. Zipporah, by Sigmund 
Miller; based on an essay by Zipporah 
Wind, © 20Sep48; DP18533. 

199. Sept. 26, 1948. The man who hated 
God, by Morton Wishengrad; adapted from 
the story by Winifred Holtby, © 27Sep48; 
DP18536. 

200. Oct, 3, 1948, All these barren hills, 
by Morton Wishengrad; based upon two 
articles edited by Meyer Levin entitled 
"The journal of Kibbutz Buchenwald." 
© 40ct48: DP18535, 

201. Oct, 10, 1948, The congregation of 
the dead, by Morton Wishengrad; based 
on a story of the same name by Paul 
Tabori. © 110ct48; DP18532. 

202. Oct. 17, 1948. The creation, by Irve 
Tunick. © 180ct48; DP18539. 

203. Oct. 24, 1948. Josiah, by Irve Tunick. 
© 250ct48; DP18538. 

204. Oct. 31, 1948. The man with the kiss 
of God, by Sigmund Miller. © lNov48; 
DP18534. 

205. Nov. 7, 1948. The light from the 
darkness, by Sylvia Berger. © 8Nov48; 
DP18540. 

206. Nov, 14, 1948, Sentence of life, by 
Morton Wishengrad. © 15Nov48; DP18472. 

207. Nov. 21, 1948. The man who touched 
the stars, by Sigmund Miller. © 22Nov48; 
DP18473. 

208. Nov. 28, 1948. In Henry's backyard, 
by Peter Lyon. © 29Nov48; DP18468. 

209. Dec. 5, 1948. The sneeze of Schlomele 
by Alan Marcus. © 6Dec48; DP18471. 

210. Dec. 12, 1948. The trolley Bible of 
the Broadway line, by Morton Wishengrad, 
© 13Dec48; DP18467. 

211. Dec. 19, 1948. His Excellency of 
Vilna, by Irve Tunick, © 20Dec48; 
DP18469. 

212. Dec, 26, 1948, The great outcry, by 
Sigmund Miller, © 27Dec48; DP18466. 

213. Jan, 2, 1949, -The seven who came 
home, by Sigmund Miller, © 3Jan49; 
DP 1846 5, 

214. Jan, 9, 1949. The merry jests of 
Hershel Ostropolier, by Ernest Kinoy, 
© 10Jan49; DP18470. 

215. Jan. 16, 1949, Trial and error, by 
Morton Wishengrad. © 16jan49; DP19478. 

216. Jan. 23, 1949. The four spinsters of 
Gimel, by Morton Wishengrad. © 23jan49; 
DP19479. 

217. Jan. 30, 1949. Who can build a house? 
By Morton Wishengrad, © 30Jan49; 
DP19480. 

218. Feb. 6, 1949, The man who knew 
Carver, by Morton Wishengrad. 

© National Broadcasting Co., inc.; 
14Feb49; DP19252, 

218, Feb, 6, 1949, The man who knew 
Carver, by Morton Wishengrad, © 6Feb49; 
DP19481, 

219, Feb, 13, 1949, The physician and the 
sorcerer, by Alan Marcus. © 13Feb49; 
DP19482. 

220. Feb. 20, 1949. Gandhi, by Morton 
Wishengrad, © 20Feb49; DP19483, 

221, Feb, 27, 1949, Lizzie and the whis- 
kers, by Morton Wishengrad, © 27Feb49; 
DP 19484. 

222. Mar. 6, 1949. The case of Ivar Haug, 
by Morton Wishengrad. © 6Mar49; 
DP19485. 

223. Mar. 13, 1949. The lot of Esther, by 
Peter Lyon. © 13Mar49; DP19486. 

ETTLINGER, DON V. 
Broadway diner, an audition script. © Don 
Ettlinger; Ic 21Mar49; DU19163. 



27 



EURIPIDES. 
Hecuba. DU20263. SEE Crane, Burton. 

EURYDICE. DU19126, DU20396. SEE 
Anouilh, Jean. 

EVANS, Annette. SEE Evans, Marion 
Annette. 

EVANS, JOHN J. 
Hank Zanavragegy; slide film script. 
© Armstrong Cork Co.; Ic 21Feb49; 
C3370. 

EVANS, LOUIS HADLEY. 
The trial of Jesus; or Christ on trial. 
A play in one act. © Dr. Louis Hadley 
Evans; Ic 8Apr49; DU19487. 

EVANS, MARION ANNETTE. 
Happy birthday to you; or, A rehearsal 
and what happened to it. An entertainment 
in two scenes by Annette Evans, © Marion 
Annette Evans; Ic 13Apr49; DU19878. 



EVANS, Ross. 
The coast of lUyria. 
Parker, Dorothy. 



DU19916. SEE 



EVE ate the apple, DU18423. SEE Glotzer, 
Jack. 

EVENING out. DP19108. SEE Scott, John 
Alden. 

EVENSEN, ISOBEL, 
The empty cradle, a 20-minute skit, 

© Isobel Evensen; Ic 30Mar49; DU19299, 
Inside story, a dramatic skit. © Isobel 
Evensen; Ic 30Mar49; DU19298. 

EVERYBODY pays taxes, DU18983, 
DU20489, SEE Keeping Up With the 
Wigglesworths, no, 94, no, 130, 

EVERYBODY'S ASSEMBLY BOOK [a useful 
collection of programs for high school and 
grades] by various authors. Franklin, 
Ohio, Eldridge Entertainment House [1948]. 
122 p. © Eldridge Entertainment House, 
inc.; 8Sep48; DP18625. 

EVERYBODY'S party book. DP18627. SEE 
Githens, Harry Wright. 

EVERYMAN'S story. SEE Mindel, Joseph. 
Lost children. DP18547, 

EVERYTHING good! DU18503. SEE Neebe, 
Joseph H. 

EVERYTHING'S on ice! DP18632. SEE 
Summers, Camilla McLaren. 

EV'RYBODY'S talking about Town Talk, 
Town Talk. C3692. SEE Eaton, Joe. 

EWING, Juliana Horatia (Gatty) 
The Brownies. DU18403. SEE Price, 

Gertrude. 
Mary finds she's a Brownie. DP19776. 

SEE Armstrong, Dorothy Grace. 

EXCHANGE. DU19266. SEE Orlovitz, 
Gilbert, 

EXCLUSIVE! DU19603, SEE Van Hooton, 
Robert, 

THE EXECUTION of Mary, Queen of Scots, 
DU19707. SEE You Are There, no. 73. 

THE EXECUTIONER'S assistant, DU19512, 
SEE Farago, Alexander, 

EXILED. DU19348. SEE The Lone Ranger, 
no, 2520-1745. 

EXPERIMENT at Monticello. DU19172, 
SEE The Cavalcade of America, no. 594, 

EXPLOITATION of inventions, C3526. 
SEE Davis, Albert Samuel. 

EXPLOSION at 17 Elm. DU19887. SEE 
Davis, Leo Aaron. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



EXPORT more. C3712. SEE Garcia, 
Manuel Garcia. 

THE EX-YOUNG lady. DU18910. SEE 
Jones, Cornelia Jennings Reid. 

EZEE answers. C3728. SEE Tompkins, 
Joseph Herbert. 



FABIAN, BUNTY. 
The house of wonder; radio script and 
television script by Bunty Fabian and 
James Eakins. © Bunty Fabian; Ic 
6Jun49; DU20412. 

FACE in the television. DU19044. SEE 
The Green Hornet, no. 917. 

FACE the lights. DU19242. SEE Nasht 
(John) & Associates, inc. 

FACE-to-face with guns. DU19351. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2523-1748. 

FACT or fancy grabbag. C3723. SEE 
Whitney, Helen Lenore. 



THE FACTS about price. DU18697. 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 



SEE 



FAGAN, MYRON COUREVAL. 
Hollywood, the Red fortress in America; 
a lecture. © Myron Coureval Fagan; 
Ic 23Nov48; C3389. 

FAILLIE, Andre. 
Faites vos jeuxl DU18025. SEE 
Chancerel, Andre. 

FAIN, SAM E. 
Living in clover, a new musical comedy 
in two acts. [Text only] © Sam E. 
Fain; Ic 27Jan49; DU18353. 

FAIRBANKS, Jerry. SEE Fairbanks (Jerry) 
inc. 

FAIRBANKS (JERRY) INC. 

The golden touch, by Jerry Fairbanks and 
Lou Lilly. [Television script] © Jerry 
Fairbanks, inc.; Ic 9May49; DU19926. 

The inside story of lubricating oil; sce- 
nario prepared for the Standard Oil 
Company (Indiana) by Lou Lilly and 
Jerry Fairbanks. Version no. 1 (Sales 
training) A leadership through science 
film. © Jerry Fairbanks, inc.; Ic 
17Jan49; DU18706. 

The inside story of lubricating oil; sce- 
nario prepared for the Standard Oil 
Company (Indiana) by Lou Lilly and 
Jerry Fairbanks. Version no. 1 (Sales 
training) A leadership through science 
fibn. © Jerry Fairbanks, inc.; Ic 
21Feb49; DU18714. 

The inside story of modern gasoline. All 
versions. © Jerry Fairbanks, inc.; Ic 
22Dec48; DU18785. 

1. The inside story of modern gasoline. 
A "Leadership through science" film 
presented by Standard Oil Company 
(Indiana) 

2. Gasoline's amazing molecules. A 
"Progress through science" film pre- 
sented by Standard Oil Company (Indiana) 

3. The story of gasoline. A "Serving 
through science" film, presented by the 
Bureau of Mines in cooperation with the 
Standard Oil Company (Indiana) 

4. The inside story of modern gasoline. 
A "Leadership through science" film, 
presented by Pan American Petroleum 
Corporation. 

Jackson and Jill. SEE Jackson and Jill 

(Television program) 
Lathing and plastering. Shooting script by 

Jerry Fairbanks and Lou Lilly. Gypsum 

picture, no. 2. © Jerry Fairbanks, inc.; 

Ic 3Feb49; DU18393. 



Paradise Island, by Lou Lilly and Jerry 
Fairbanks. [Sample television script] 
© Jerry Fairbanks, inc.; Ic 25Feb49; 
DU18791. 

Sheathing and wallboard. Shooting script 
by Jerry Fairbanks and Lou Lilly. 
Gypsum picture, no. 3. © Jerry Fairbanks, 
inc.; Ic 3Feb49; DU18392. 

White magic, a shooting script, by Lou 
Lilly and Jerry Fairbanks. © Jerry 
Fairbanks, inc.; Ic 13Jan49; DU18043. 

FAIRYTALE. DU19855. SEE Wieghart, 
Harold Oscar. 

FAITES vos jeux! DU18025. SEE Chancerel, 
Andre. 

FAITH in a mountie. DUX 831 8. SEE The 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 589. 

FAITH is the victory. DPI 8374. SEE 
James, Enna Nielsen. 

THE FALCON and the lady. SEE Luce, 
Margaret. The rose in the cloister. 
DP18101. 

THE FALCON hawk. DU20022. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2539-1764. 

FALK, ETHEL H. 
The mayor's masquerade ball, a children's 
play in three acts, by Ethel H. Falk. 
Music by William J. Falk. Adapted from 
a story by Mary E. Wilkins. [Text and 
music on separate leaves] © William 
J. Falk; Ic 3Mar49; DU18871. 

FALK, JOHN RICHARD. 
Fur, fin, and feathers; by John R. Falk 
and James W. Gaines, [Film script] 
© John Richard Falk, James W. Gaines; 
Ic 15Mar49; DU19378. 

FALK, William J. 
The mayor's masquerade baU. DU18871. 
SEE Falk, Ethel H. 

FALL, NELLIE MAY. 
Mrs. Jonese, a musical play from the book 
of the same title. [Text only] © Nellie 
May Fall; Ic 10Jan49; DU18862. 

THE FALL of Savanarola. DU19082. SEE 
You Are There, no. 67. 

FALSTAFF. DU18653. SEE Barr, Richard 
David. 

FALSTAFF Brewing Corporation. 
Plan for action. C3430. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

FAMILY album, DU20157. SEE Forslund, 
Donald William. 

FAMILY honeymoon. DU20090. SEE Lux 
Radio Theatre, Apr. 4, 1949. 

FAMILY reunion. DU18388. SEE Baldwin, 
Bertha. 

THE FAMINE of hearing. DU19995. SEE 
Baum, Bernard. 

FAMOUS women. DU17786. SEE Bates, 
Wilma Josephine. 

FANNY. DU18439. SEE Tranter, Gladdis 

Joy- 

DER FAR kishefter Shabus. DU20474. SEE 
Weinrauch, Herschel. 

FARAGO, ALEXANDER. 

The executioner's assistant, a play in one 
act by Alexander Farago,tr. by Thomas Roboz 
© Roboz International Productions, inc.; 
Ic llApr49; DU19512, 

The traveling salesman, a play in one act, 
by Alexander Farago, English translation 
by Thomas Roboz. © Roboz International 
Productions, inc.; Ic 14Mar49; DU19114. 



28 



FARBER, Stuart Daniel. 
Roman holiday. DU20191, SEE Orland, 
Lucille Selkin, 

FARKAS, Karl, 
Fregola. DU17825. SEE Robbeling, 
Harald. 

FARLEY, RICHARD JOSEPH. 
Bourbon Street, a play in three acts. 

© Richard Joseph Farley; Ic 13May49; 

DU19974. 
The drummer, a one-act fantasy. © Richard 

Joseph Farley; Ic 4Apr49; DU19387. 

FARMER Gray's family. DU17799-17811. 
SEE Baldwin, Bertha. 

THE FARMER'S daughter. DP18377. SEE 
White, Kate Alice. 

FARRELL, MAURY J. 
Hello America, by Maury J. Farrell and 
Burtt Francis McKee, Jr. [Radio script] 
© Voice of Alabama, inc.; Ic 27Juii49; 
C3795. 

FASHION clinic, DU18444. SEE Tamas, 
Helen. 

THE FASHION shop. DU20052, SEE Pfeil, 
Herman W. 

FAST, Howard Melvin. 
A man's wife. SEE Jack, Gladys Gates, 
Lady Washington, DU20392, 



FAST and fair. DU20286. 
George Peter. 



SEE Fisher, 



FATHER AuU's message to the world. C3769. 
SEE Henry, Elinor Benigna. 



FATHER'S son John. DU18911. 
Clements, Jay Wellington. 



SEE 



FAUST. DU19985, SEE Gounod, Charles 
Francois. 

FAVORITE STORY (Radio program) Scripts 
in this series are by Jerome Lawrence 
[pseud, of Arthur Wister Mays] and Robert 
E. Lee, unless otherwise indicated. 
© Jerome Lawrence, Robert E. Lee. 

Nov. 9, 1948. A work of art. Adapted from 

a story by Anton Chekov. © Ic 25Apr49; 

DU19712. 
Nov. 23, 1948. Long ago. Adapted from 

the story "Marjorie Daw" by Thomas 

Bailey Aldrich. © Ic 25Apr49; DU19711, 
Dec. 28, 1948. The copper penny, by 

Arthur Wister Mays. © Ic 25Apr49; 

DU19713. 
Jan. 25, 1949. The judgment of Paris, 

Adapted from a story by Leonard Merrick. 

© Ic 25Apr49; DU19714. 

FEAR. DU19210. SEE Bey, Abdul Ahmad, 

THE FEAST of Sant' Urbano. DU20366. SEE 
McCuUoch, Samuel C. 

FEATURE story. C3567. SEE Columbia 
Broadcasting System, inc. 

A FEELING of importance. C3258. SEE 
Human Relations Films. 



FEET of clay. DU19297. 
Shirley. 



SEE Stanwood, 



FEINBAUM, ISRAEL. 
Blessed are the poor, a comedy in three 
acts, by Paul Kaye Paley [pseud.] © Paul 
Kaye Paley (Israel Feinbaum); Ic 31Mar49; 
DU19457. 

FEITH, ERWIN PETER. 
In distant land; or, Lohengrin; or. Broken 
records. An original play for television, 
© Erwin Peter Feith; Ic llMar49; DU19105. 

FELKNER, MYRTLE E. 
The holy night, a Christmas pageant 
expecially suited to' small churches. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



FELKNER, MYRTLE E. Cont'd. 

[Elgin, 111., D. C. Cook Pub. Co., 1948]. 
12 p. © David C. Cook Pub. Co.; 
270ct48; DP17974. 

THE FENCE has two sides. DU20236. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

FENN, PEGGY DOROTHY. 
Backstage fantasy, a play in two acts. 
© Peggy Dorothy Fenn; Ic 5May49; 
DU19882. 

FERDINAND, ROGER. 
Les J3; ou, La nouvelle ecole. Comedie 
en quatre actes. Paris, M. Cealis 
[19481. 156 p. port. © Editions Max 
Cealis; 12jul48; DP18511. 



FERGUSON (Harry) inc. 
Specifically yours. C3274. 
Picture Productions, inc. 



SEE Wilding 



FERNANDEZ, ^Hector Alfredo Castro. SEE 
Castro Fernandez, Hector Alfredo. 

FERNWAY, Peggy, pseud. SEE Braun, 
Wilbur. 

FERREL, George Franklin. 
Vacation days. DU17784. SEE Gelgelbach, 
Patty Brandom. 

FERRER, MeL 
Eurydice. DU19126. SEE Anouilh, Jean, 

FETISH. SEE Sugg, Alfred Rosco. August 
God. DU18458. 

FEUCHTWANGER, Lion. 
Haben. DU18051. SEE Hay, Julius. 

THE FEUD. DU20319. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2552-1777. 

FEUDIN'. DP18093. SEE Braun, Wilbur. 

FIBBER MCGEE AND MOLLY (Radio pro- 
gram) Scripts in this series are by Don 
Quinn and Phil Leslie. © S. C, Johnson & 
Son, inc. 

6-12. Nov. 9, 16, 23, 30, Dec. 7, 13, 21, 

1948. © Ic each 6Jan49; DU17891-17897. 
[131 Dec. 28, 1948. © Ic llFeb49; 

DU18481. 
14-18. Jan. 4, 11, 18, 25, Feb. 1, 1949. 

© Ic each llFeb49; DU18482-18486. 
19-27. Feb. 8, 15, 22, Mar. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, 

Apr. 5, 1949. © Ic each 22Apr49; 

DU19715-19723. 
28-35. Apr. 12, 19, 26, May 3, 10, 17, 24, 

31, 1949. © Ic each 27Jun49; DU20550- 

20557. 



FICHANDLER, Zelda. 
Somersault in the sea. 
Mangum, Edward P. 



DU20567. SEE 



FIDEL, Violet, 
Wherefore is this night. SEE Selden, 
SamueL International folk plays. DP20078. 

FIELD operations in the Tennessee Valley 
Authority. C3713. SEE Mason, Max. 



FIELDS, Dorothy. 
Annie get your gun. 
Fields, Herbert. 



DU19868. SEE 



FIELDS, Frank Gaskin. 
Bread and wine. DU20386. 
Coleman. 



SEE Kamile, 



FIELDS, HERBERT. 
Annie get your gun, a musical comedy in 
two acts by Herbert and Dorothy Fields. 
Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin. J^Text 
only] © Herbert Fields, Dorothy Fields; 
Ic 4May49; DU19868. 

FIFfi^ II. DP18930. SEE Alvarez Quintero, 
Seraffn. 

THE FIGHT. DU19657. SEE Veiller, 
Bayard. 



THE FIGURE at the door. DU18141. SEE 
The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 95. 

THE FIGURINE. DU19835. SEE Bell, 
James H. 

FILBERT, NORMAN HENRY. 
A hair perhaps, a musical comedy in three 
acts by Filbert and Weiser. [Text and 
music on separate leaves] © Norman H. 
Filbert, Jr., C. Bruce Weiser (in notice: 
Filbert & Weiser); lMar49; DP20450. 

FILION, ROSS. 
What's next? Audition script by Ross 
Filion and Earl Hamner. © The Crosley 
Broadcasting Corp.; Ic lljan49; DU17984. 

FINALE. DU19168. SEE Duff, Harry 
James. 

FINCH, JOHN MARSHALL. 
The act of Maggie, a dramatic dance. 
2 leaves. © John Marshall Finch; Ic 
15Apr49; DU19571. 

FIND a fashion. C3488. SEE Whitney, Helen 
Lenore. 

FIND a place to die. DU19385. SEE 
Mainville, Eldor Jean. 



THE FINGER of God. 
Almansi, Renato J. 



C3702. SEE 



FINGER on the pulse. DU19814. 
Porter, Stephen Winthrop. 



SEE 



FINKELSTEIN, Benjamin. 
Tawny-L. DU18676. SEE Finkelstein, 
Ida A. 

FINKELSTEIN, IDA A. 
Tawny-L; television program by Ida A. 
Finkelstein and Benjamin Finkelstein. 
Script no. 1, Nov. 9, 1948. © Ida A. 
Finkelstein, Benjamin Finkelstein, d,b.a. 
Flint Advertising Associates; Ic 
15Feb49; DU18676. 

FINN, Kel. SEE Kel Finn, pseud. 

FINNE, VELLA LORETTA, 
Grandma untangles the strings, a play in 
one act. © Mrs. Vella Loretta Finne; Ic 
4Apr49; DU19389. 

FINNERTY, Francis Xavior. 
Works by Francis Xavior Finnerty in 
collaboration with Harold Kelly, written 
under the pseud., Kel Finn, are entered 
under the pseud. 

FIRE in the sky. DU20001, SEE Challenge 
of the Yukon, no. 645, 

FIRE on the earth. DU18946. SEE 
Franziss, Karl Max. 

FIRE sale. DU19251, SEE Horine, Charles 
Edwin. 

FIRST catch your hare. DU20285. SEE 
Heberden, Mary Violet. 

THE FIRST Christmas tree. C3383. SEE 
The Voice of Christmas, no, 8. 

FIRST citizen. DU19612. SEE Munsell, 
Warren Perry. 

THE FIRST miracle. SEE Barr, Isabel 
(Harriss) Jericho Road. DP20408. 

FIRST NIGHTER (Radio program) Dramatic 
compositions in this series are by various 
authors. © Campana Sales Co. 

Nov. 11, 1948. Summer replacement, by 

Virginia Safford Lynn. © Ic 14Feb49; 

DU18554. 
Nov. 18, 1948. Case dismissed, by Martin 

J. Maloney. © Ic 14Feb49; DU18553. 
Nov. 25, 1948. The senator bewitched, by 

Dorothy Cheney Quinan. © Ic 14Feb49; 

DU18552. 

29 



Dec. 2, 1948. Snug Harbor, by Lawrence 

Goldman. © Ic 14Feb49; DU18551. 
Dec. 9, 1948. A shower for the bridesmaid, 

by Ruth Henning. © Ic 14Feb49; DU18550. 
Dec. 16, 1948. The honest dope, by Ben 

Starr. © Ic 14Feb49; DU18548. 
Dec, 30, 1948. But the face is familiar, by 

Sidney Renthal. © Ic 14Feb49; DU18549. 
Jan. 6, 1949. The man who saw the elephant, 

by Gertrude P. Knapp. © Ic 6Apr49; 

DU19432. 
Jan. 13, 1949. Sing a new song, by Irvin 

Ashkenazy. © Ic 6Apr49; DU19433. 
Jan. 20, 1949. The high cost of living, by 

Virginia Safford Lynn. © Ic 6Apr49; 

DU19434. 
Jan. 27, 1949. Quoth the raven, by Sidney 

RenthaL © Ic 6Apr49; DU19435. 
Feb. 3, 1949. Things for Sticky Bill to do, 

by Doris F. Halman. © Ic 6Apr49; 

DU19423. 
Feb. 10, 1949, South with the boarder, 

by Virginia Safford Lynn. © Ic llApr49; 

DU19519. 
Feb. 17, 1949. China skies, by Arthur G. 

Dundy. © Ic llApr49; DU19516. 
Mar, 3, 1949. The invisible eye. by Sidney 

RenthaL © Ic llApr49; DU19517. 
Mar. 10, 1949. No greater need, by Sidney 

MarshaU. © Ic llApr49; DU19520. 
Mar. 17, 1949. Manhattan rain, by David 

Swift and Joel Murcott. © Ic llApr49; 

DU19521. 

THE FIRST singing of the Star Spangled 
Banner. DU20325. SEE Hauck, Mary 
Barnum Bush, 

FISCHBACH, BERNICE WINFEELD. 

Forfeit four; audition script by AnnBern 
Walter [pseud.] © Bernice Winfield 
Fischbach; Ic 23May49; DU20119, 

Name one; audition script by AnnBern 
Walter [pseud,] © Bernice Winfield 
Fischbach; Ic i4Apr49; DU19572. 

Pin it, win it; audition script by AnnBern 
Walter [pseud,] © Bernice Winfield 
Fischbach; Ic i4Apr49; DU19573, 

Try for three; audition script, by AnnBern 
Walter [pseud,] © Bernice Winfield 
Fischbach; Ic S3Mar49; DU19220. 

FISCHER, LECK, 
Hende vi glemmer, tre enaktere af Leek 
Fischer, Soya, og Knud Sj^nderby. 
Ki^benhavn, Gyldendal, 1947. 146 p. 
Contents. — Livet er sk^nt, af Leek Fischer. 
— R^dt og graat, af Soya.— Krista, af Knud 
Sj^nderby. © Gyldendalske Boghandel 
Nordisk For lag A/S; 150ct47; DP18916. 
Livet er sk{<nt, SEE HIS Hende vi glemmer. 
DP18916, 

FISCHER -KARWIN, HEINZ. 
Melodie aus Paris; Lustspiel in drei Akten, 

© Theaterverlag Eirich Ges. m.b.H.; Ic 

19Apr48; DU18296. 
Ein Stern fur Viola; Lustspiel in vier Akten. 

© Theaterverlag Eirich Ges. m.b.H.; Ic 

19Apr48; DU18297. 

FISHBURN, ALAN M. 
Marge 'n Gerry. SEE Marge 'n' Gerry 

(Television program) 
Stories of escape, a television program. 
Script no. 1: Escape from horror. © Alan 
M. Fishburn; Ic 27Dec48; DU17783. 

FISHEL, Bud. SEE Fishel, Herman L. 



FISHEL, Herman L, 
Careless love. DU19412. 
Paul Robert. 



SEE Milton, 



FISHER, AILEEN. 
Witches, beware! A Halloween play in one 
act. New York, Play Club, cl948. 13 p. 
(A Play Club selection for the Young 
America play series) © The Play Club, 
inc.; lDec48; DP18282. 

FISHER, DAISY. 
A ship comes home, a play in three acts. 
London, S. French [1948]. 100 p. illus. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



FISHER, DAISY. Cont'd. 

(French's acting edition, no. 1957) 

© Samuel French ltd.; lDec48; DP17965. 

FISHER, GEORGE PETER. 
Fast and fair, a musical comedy in two 
acts by George Fisher and Harold Conroy. 
[Text only] © George Peter Fisher; Ic 
7Jun49; DU20286. 

FISK Air-borne is different, C3718. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

FISSIONED atoms in a fissioned world. 
C3408. SEE Lincoln, George Arthur. 

FITELBERG, JERZY. 
The silly chick, a children's opera in one 
act by Jerzy Fitelberg. Text by Neil 
Brant. © Jerzy Fitelberg, Neil Brant; 
Ic 21Apr49; DU19649. 

FIVE to one. DU18838. SEE Little Herman, 
no. 11. 

FKEL, ARTHUR ELLIS, 
Joan d'Arc (Joan of Arc), a chronicle play 
in four acts by Arnold Munn fpseud.] 
© Arthur E, Fixel; Ic ISJun-I^g; DU20368. 

THE FIXERS fixed. DU18156. SEE The 
Green Hornet, no. 909. 

FDCLER, Alvin. SEE Stand By for Crime 
(Television program) 

A FLAG for Flag Day. DP20411. SEE 
Mann, Hannah K. 

FLATLANDS, DP20431. SEE Morgoglione, 
Luigia. 

FLAUM, ETHEL SORIN. 
The honeymoon is over, a one-act play by 
Ethel S. Flaum and Grace Flynn. © Ethel 
S. Flaum; Ic 13Jun49; DU20377. 

FLAUTZ, JOHN T, 
Howdy stranger! A musical play in two acts. 
Book by John T. Flautz, music by Robert 
A. Cohan, lyrics by Lee R. Adams, [Text 
and music on separate leaves! © Scarlet 
Mask Club; Ic 31May49; DU20260. 

FLEAS and figs. SEE Selden, Samuel, 
International folk plays, DP20078. 

DIE FLEDERMAUS, SEE Strauss, Johann. 
The bat. DU20393, DU20575. 



FLESHER, Frederic Downs. 
The tragedy of Hamlet. DU18774. 
Shakespeare, William. 



SEE 



FLETCHER, HELEN JILL. 

Patsy's kitchen. [Sample radio or television 
script] © Helen Jill Fletcher; Ic 31Jan49; 
DU18367. 

The weekly story, an original television 
play; the first of a series by Helen Jill 
Fletcher and Jack Barton Loeb. © Jack 
Barton Loeb, Helen Jill Fletcher; Ic 
2Feb49; DU18684. 

FLIGHT from yesterday. SEE Roeburt, 
John. International airport. DU19775, 
SEE Roeburt, John. 

THE FLIGHT of the doves. DU17815. SEE 
Althoff, Mary Elizabeth, 

FLINT Advertising Associates. SEE 
Finkelstein, Ida A. 

FLOOR show. DU18776. SEE Anderson, 
Ernest. 

FLORAL degree. Faith Chapter, O.E.S.. 
DU18677. SEE Townley, John. 

THE FLORIDA special. DU18883. SEE 
Lyons, Robert. 

FLORY FILMS, INC. 
Getting selected prospects. [Film script] 
© Spencer, inc.; Ic IGMayffl; C3696. 



FLtTR, JOSEF. 
Hilfe, wir werden verjiingt; Oder, Alice 
und der Weltprasident. Komodie in vier 
Akten. © Theaterverlag Eirich 
Ges. m.b.H.; Ic lApr48; DU18298. 



DIE FLUT. 
Heinz von. 



DU19193. SEE Cramer, 



FLYNN, Grace. 
The honeymoon is over. DU20377. SEE 
Flaum, Ethel Sorin. 

FODOR, Ladislas, SEE Fodor, Laszlo, 

FODOR, LASZLO, 
The vigil, a play in three acts, by Ladislas 
Fodor, New York, S, French [1949], 
108 p, © Ladislas Fodor; 2Feb49; 
DP18567. Prev, reg, 22Apr47; D unp. 8883. 

THE FOEMAN. DP20258. SEE Richardson, 
Alida L. 

FOGl SEE Burton, Gertrude Marian. 
Betrayall DU19866. 

FOGARTY, STEPHEN RICHARD. 
The Irish in us, an original comedy in three 
acts. © Stephen Richard Fogarty; Ic 
17Jan49; DU 18080. 

FOGLIA, PETER A. 
Hi-teeners, format of a television show by 
Ted Navarre [pseud.] © Peter A. Foglia; 
Ic 28Feb49; DU18793. 

FOLL, CHARLES. 
Blimpy. Script by Charles Foil, music by 
Dean Elliott. [Recording script. Text 
only] © Charles Foil, Dean Elliott; Ic 
10Jun49; DU20367. 

FOLLARI, SALVATORE. 
Music, cfreams, and songs; a drama in 
three acts by Donald Runn [pseud.] © Sol, 
Follarich; Ic 12May49; DU20115. 

FOLLARICH, SoL SEE FoUari, Salvatore. 

FOLLMANN, JOSEPH FRANCIS. 
Doctor, dear doctorl A musical conception 
and adaptation of Moliere's "Le medecin 
malgre lui." [Text only] © Joseph 
Francis FoUmann, Jr.; Ic 27May49; 
DU20162. 

FOLTS, HARRY CLAUDE. 
Here we are, an unpublished radio drama 
by Harry Folts and Bill Devlin. © William 
Edward Devlin, Jr.; Ic 3May49; DU19857. 

FONE, STEFANIE. 
Irish miracle, a play in one act. London, 
H. F. W. Deane; Boston, W. H. Baker Co. 
[19481. 18 p. (Deane's series of plays) 
© SteTanie Fone; 18Dec48; DP18825. 



FOOD for Father. 
Philip H. 



DP18711. SEE Valdes, 



FOR each man kills. SEE Mayorga, Mar- 
garet. The best one-act plays of 1948-1949. 
AA117053. 

FOR old times' sake. DP19318. SEE 
Herbert, Manuel D. 

FOR the ladies. DU19416. SEE Connor, 
Marian Joan. 

FOR whom women dress. SEE Butt, Harold 
Charles. Him and her. DU19976. 



THE FORBIDDEN land. DU19294. 
Hettleman, Bertha. 



SEE 



FORD, FREDERICK M. 
The General Electric Boston tea party. 
Radio script by Frederick M, Ford and 
Corrinne Faith Robertson. © General 
Electric Appliances, inc.; Ic 30Dec48; 
C3263. 

FORD, LOTA M. 
How we want to be remembered, a drama 

30 



in three acts. © Lota M. Ford; Ic 
26Apr49; DU19769. 

FORD Motor Company, 
The appraisaL DU18700. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc, 
Sellir^ Ford vs, Chevrolet. C3716. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Selling Ford vs. Plymouth. C3720. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Tools of the trade. DU19506. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Trader Thorne. DU20238. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 

FORD Motor Company. Lincoln-Mercury 
Division. 
Bright prospects. C3412. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 
The fence has two sides. DU20236. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
How to present, demonstrate, and sell. 

DU19505. SEE Wilding Picture Produc- 
tions, inc. 
Pip, my job, and me. DU18077. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Skip Fenwick's discovery. DU20239. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Take it from "Bound-to-Happen-0'Hoola- 

han." DU18078. SEE Wilding Picture 

Productions, inc. 
Trade-in tactics. DU19842. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 

FOREMAN, MYRTLE. 
In time to come, a play in three acts. 
© Myrtle Foreman; Ic 25Apr49; DU19735. 



FOREVER. 
Arthur M. 



DU19979. SEE McLaird, 



FORFEIT four. DU20119. SEE Fischbach, 
Bernice Winfield. 

FORGET tomorrow. DU18064. SEE Unger, 
Abraham. 

FORGIVE us as we forgive. DU19386. SEE 
Sonderegger, Arnold Arthur. 

FORK in the road, DU19431. SEE Wiley, 
Howard Alonzo. 

THE FORLORN daughter. SEE Arvanitakis, 
Nicholas George. H kathpamenh koph. 
DU18762. 

THE FORRIGAN reel. DU20225. SEE Mavor, 
Osborne Henry. 

See also his John Knox, and other plays. 
AI-2261. 

FORSLUND, DONALD WILLIAM. 
Family album; sample script by Don 
Forslund and Bob Healy. © Donald Wil- 
liam Forslund; Ic 24May49; DU20157. 

FORST, Percy, pseud. SEE Braun, Wilbur. 

FORSTER, HERMAN. 
Bird, beast, or fishi A sportsman's quiz. 
© Herman Forster; Ic 3Mar49; DU18822. 

FORTUNATA writes a letter. SEE 
Apstein, Theodore. AA117054, 
Mayorga, Margaret. The best one-act plays 
of 1948-1949. AA117053. 

THE FORTUNE seekers. DU19045. SEE 
The Green Hornet, no. 921. 

'49— magazine of television. C3292. SEE 
Hackett, Rita. 

FOSTER, Ervin. 
Coffee with the Tuttles. DU18369. SEE 
Morris, John Leonard, 

FOSTER, Stephen, 
Ohl Susanna. DP17967. SEE Ryerson, 
Florence. 

THE FOUNTAIN of youth. DU19166. SEE 
Angell, Rose. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



FOUR-in-hand. 
Weiss, Jonas. 



DU19757. SEE 



THE FOUR spinsters of Gimel. DP19479. 
SEE The Eternal Light, no. 216. 

FOX, Gibson S. SEE The Lone Ranger 
(Radio program) 

FRAENKEL, HELENE ESBERG. 
Dark legend, a play in three acts, eight 
scenes by Helene Fraenkel. A revision 
of the play of the same title by Helene 
Fraenkel and Zelda Popkin. Based on 
the book by Frederic Wertham. © Helene 
Esberg Fraenkel; Ic 15Mar49; DU19214. 

FRANC-jeu. Dyi3520. SEE Castro 
Fernandez, Hector Alfredo. 

FRANCKENSTEIN, Clemens, Frleherr von 
iind zu, Schwanhild. DP18605. SEE 
Graener, Paul. 

FRANCO-American Audio-Visual Distribu- 
tion Center. 
The Cote d'Azur. C3326. SEE Hoffman, 

Edward J. 
French primitive paintings. C3471. SEE 

Schoolman, Regina, 
Morals and manners in the XVIIIth century. 

C3325. SEE Seznec, Jean. 
Southern France. C3327. SEE Hoffman, 

Edward J. 

FRANKEL, Charlotte. 
The marriage of Figaro. DU19490. SEE 
Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de. 

FRANKEL, DORIS. 
What's to love? A play in three acts by 
Doris Frankel and John C. Gibbs. © Doris 
Frankel, John C. Gibbs; Ic 24May49; 
DU20199. 

FRANKLIN, D. Murray. 
Pop Gardner's Garden Shop. C3260. SEE 
Ross, Arthur M. 

FRANKLIN, FRANCES. 
Yung Lu and the magic pearl, a play in 
three acts by Frances Franklin and 
Mariska Childs. © The Association of 
the Junior Leagues of America, inc.; 
llSep46; DP20231. 

FRANKLIN, Murray. SEE Franklin, D. 
Murray. 

FRANZBLAU, HAROLD BENJAMIN. 
Trail of the song, a synopsis for an 
operetta. © Harold Benjamin Franzblau; 
Ic 27Apr49; DU19881. 

FRANZISS, KARL MAX. 
Fire on the earth, a play in three acts by 
Christopher Francis Dubois [pseud.] 
© Dr. Karl Max Franziss; Ic 8Mar49; 
DU18946. 

ERASER, GEORG. 
Lied aus der Vorstadt, ein Wiener Stuck 
in vier Bildern. © Theaterverlag Eirich 
Ges. m.b.H.; Ic 19Apr48; DU18985. 

IL FRATELLO protegge e ama. DU20438. 
SEE Betti, Ugo. 

FRECHTMAN, Bernard. 
Desire. DP18657. SEE Picasso, Pablo. 

THE FRED ALLEN SHOW (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Mr. and Mrs. 
Fred. Allen. © Mr. and Mrs. Fred Allen. 

Nov. 14, 1948. © Ic 22Nov48; DU17991. 
Nov. 21, 28, Dec. 5, 1948. © Ic each 

28Dec48; DU18745-18747. 
Dec. 12, 1948. © Ic 29Dec48; DU18752. 
Dec. 19, 1948. © Ic 10Jan49; DU18739. 
Dec. 26, 1948. © 10Jan49; DU18778. 
Jan. 2, 1949. © Ic 12jan49; DU18782. 
Jan. 9, 1949. © Ic 18Jan49; DU18307. 
Jan. 16, 1949. © Ic 24Jan49; DU18113. 



Jan. 23, 1949. © Ic lFeb49; DU18671. 
Jan. 30, 1949. © Ic 7Feb49; DU18456. 
Feb. 6, 1949. © Ic 16Feb49; DU18588. 
Feb. 13, 1949. © Ic 23Feb49; DU18719. 
Feb. 20, 1949. © Ic 4Mar49; DU18906. 
Feb. 27, 1949. © Ic 9Mar49; DU19015. 
Mar. 6, 13, 1949. © Ic each 18Mar49; 

DU19170-19171. 
Mar. 20, 1949. © Ic 28Mar49; DU19265. 
Mar. 27, 1949. © Ic 30Mar49; DU19334. 
Apr. 3, 1949. © Ic 8Apr49; DU19493. 
Apr. 10, 1949. © Ic 19Apr49; DU19635. 
Apr. 17, 1949. © Ic 27Apr49; DU19770. 
Apr. 24, 1949. © Ic 2May49; DU19844. 
May 1, 1949. © Ic 10May49; DU19936. 
May 8, 1949. © Ic 17May49; DU19987. 
May 15, 1949. © Ic 23May49; DU20114. 
May 22, 1949. © Ic 31May49; DU20205. 
May 29, 1949. © Ic 7Jun49; DU20274. 
June 5, 1949. © Ic 14Jun49; DU20381. 
June 12, 1949. © Ic 17jun49; DU20429. 

FREDDIE the great. DU19578. SEE 
Guibord, Philip Arthur. 

FREDDY, the Ford tractor, in "A guy's 
gotta breathe." C3620. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

FREEBORN, Carlyle W. 
Who? What? Where? When? DU18585, 
SEE Friedrick, Frank Robert. 

FREEDOM has grass roots. DU19840. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

FREEDOM is a dove. DU18583, DU19780. 
SEE Matz, James Mario. 

FREEDOM is a home-made thing. DP18137. 
SEE National Broadcasting Company, inc. 

FREEHOF, LILLIAN S. 

In Pesach land, a two-act Pesach play for 
children. © The Union of American 
Hebrew Congregations; 3Feb49; DP19208. 

The magic hammer, a Chanuko play in 
three acts. © Union of American Hebrew 
Congregations; 12Nov48; DP18775. 

FREEMAN, ETHEL JOHNSON, 
Joy Star, a play in one act. © Ethel Johnson 
Freeman (Mrs. H. S. Freeman); Ic 
llMay49; DU19951. 

FREEMAN, Mrs, Harold S. SEE Freeman, 
Ethel Johnson. 

FREEMAN, Mary Eleanor (Wilkins) 
The mayor's masquerade ball. DU18871. 
SEE Falk, Ethel H. 

LA FRfiGATE^S Bar. pU18023. SEE 
Castro Fernandez, Hector Alfredo, 

FREGOLA. DU17825. SEE Robbeling, 
Harald. 

THE FREIGHTYARD robberies, DU20541, 
SEE The Green Hornet, no. 952. 



FRENCH, Noel. 
Mexican heydaze. 
Bedortha, Jim. 



DU20395. SEE 



FRENCH, SamueL 
An apple for the teacher. DP18092. SEE 

Braun, Wilbur. 
Are you kidding? DP17954. SEE Braun, 

Wilbur. 
Big brother. DP20105. SEE Reach, 

James. 
A china-handled knife. DP19531. SEE 

Conkle, Ellsworth Prouty. 
Circus day. DP17959. SEE Harris, 

Aurand. 
College knights. DP17957. SEE Reach, 

To rvjgg 

Confidentially. DP19088. SEE Braun, 

Wilbur. 
The day after forever. DP20492. SEE 

Emery, Charles. 
A day in June. DP20334. SEE Taggart, 

Tom. 



31 



Feudin'. DP18093. SEE Braun, Wilbur. 
For old times' sake. DP19318. SEE 

Herbert, Manuel D. 
The ghost of Possum Hollow. DP19090. 

SEE Draper, Walt. 
Good-time Charlie. DP20333. SEE 

Reach, James. 
The great choice. DP19248, DP20082. 

SEE Eastman, Fred. 
The great western melodrama. DP19087. 

SEE Morris, Florence Huntington. 
Happy ever after. DP17956. SEE 

Parkhirst, Douglass. 
Heart trouble. DP17955. SEE Taggart, 

Tom. 
Heat lightning. DP20332. SEE Carroll, 

Robert Francis. 
The hick from Hicksville. DP20104. 

SEE Braun, Wilbur. 
The house on the lake. DP19089. SEE 

Reach, James. 
The importance of being important. 

DP17953. SEE Taggart, Tom, 
Just imagine. DP18091. SEE George, 

Charles. 
Just one big happy family. DP19086. 

SEE Braun, Wilbur. 
Lady-kiUers. DP19249. SEE Kirkpatrick, 

John. 
Lily, the felon's daughter. DP19532. 

SEE Taggart, Tom, 
Little Miss Fixit. DP19247. SEE 

Russell, Earl Louis. 
A month of Tuesdays. DP20079. SEE 

Braun, Wilbur. 
My shadow. DP20083. SEE Braun, 

Wilbur. 
On the sentimental side. DPI 8094. SEE 

Kirkpatrick, John. 
The red key. DP20493. SEE Emery, 

Charles. 
The roof fell in. DP20084. SEE Braun, 

Wilbur. 
Set for a spell. DP18096. SEE Kerr, 

Alvin. 
The spirit is willing. DP17958. SEE 

Reach, James. 
Whatever goes up. DP19091, SEE 

Reach, James. 
Who would a-murdering go? DP18097. 

SEE Braun, Wilbur. 
World mother, DP18095, SEE Houston, 

Gemma d'Auria, 

FRENCH (Samuel) ltd. 
Acacia Avenue. DP18360. SEE 

Constanduros, Mabel (Tilling) 
Ali Baba and the forty thieves. DP17964. 

SEE West, Trudy. 
Alice's adventures in Wonderland. 

DP19092, SEE Addinsell, Richard. 
The charwoman's daughter. DP19530, 

SEE Johnson, Philip. 
The Chiltern Hundreds. DP19288. SEE 

Home, William Douglas. 
Dialect cuttings for auditions. DP17961. 

SEE Abbott, Nina. 
The enchanted Christmas tree. DP19287. 

SEE Wilde, PercivaL 
The end of the song, DP19598. SEE 

Dennys, Joyce. 
Items from May Week revue. DPI 8104. 

SEE Eady, David, 
Jack and JiU. DP17963. SEE PoUey, 

Sydney Arthur. 
Lady from Edinburgh. DP19177. SEE 

Stuart, Aimee (McHardy) 
The little dog laughed. DP17966, SEE 

Thomas, Geoffrey Arden. 
The little tin god. DP20107. SEE 

Knowles, John. 
The medicine of Hau Sao. DP20110. 

SEE Jeffrey, Charles F. 
Murder on the Nile. DP20113. SEE 

Christie, Agatha (Miller) 
Mute swan. DP20108. SEE Wall, 

Winifred. 
Nobody knows. DP18103, SEE Johnson, 

Philip, 
Player queen. DP20106. SEE Stafford, 

Kathleen. 
Prison without bars. DP18100. SEE 

Barwell, Peggy. 
The rose in the cloister. DP18101. SEE 

Luce, Margaret. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



FRENCH (Samuel) ltd. Cont'd. 
Saturday night at the Half Way House. 

DP20111. SEE Johnson, William 

Branch. 
A ship comes home. DP17965. SEE 

Fisher, Daisy. 
Spinster s pie. DP19597. SEE 

Thornley, Alice. 
That state of life. DP18102. SEE 

Morris, Thomas Baden. 
Uncle Aesop. DP17962. SEE Patton, 

M. F. 
When the streets are dark. DPI 7960. 

SEE Agg, Howard. 
Wild for to hold. DP19085. SEE 

Morris, Thomas Baden. 

FRENCH lesson. DU18431. SEE Aldrich 
Family, no. 481. 

FRENCH primitive paintings. C3471. 
SEE Schoolman, Regina. 

FRENCHY at the doctor. C3317. SEE 
Mullarkey, Michael. 

FRENCHY at the football match. C3316. 
SEE Mullarkey, Michael. 

FRENCHY'S first ball game, C3309. SEE 
Mullarkey, Michael. 

FRENCHY'S second ball game. C3308. 
SEE Mullarkey, Michael. 

FRIARS of the Atonement, inc. 
The story of Joseph Cardinal Mindszenty. 
DU19514. SEE Eicks, Jean. 

FRIEBUS, Florida. 
Alice in Wonderland. DP18568, SEE 
Le Gallienne, Eva. 

FRIEDMAN, HERMAN. 
Name the movie, a one-act play. © Herman 

Friedman; Ic 26May49; DU20141. 
Spot the buck. DU20202. SEE Roberts, 
Gordon. 

FRIEDRICK, FRANK ROBERT. 
Music from the stars. [Television script] 
© Frank Robert Frieorick; Ic 17Feb49; 
DU18586. 
Who? What? Where? When? [Television 
script] By Frank Robert Friedrick, 
Carlyle W. Freeborn, and Philip Richard 
Theibert. © Frank Robert Friedrick; Ic 
17Feb49; DU18585. 

THE FRIENDLY enemy. DU20320. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2551-1776. 

THE FRIENDLY forest. DU18866. SEE 
Lynn, Jeanette. 

FRIENDS, Society of. American Friends 
Service Committee. 
A dress for Michi. DP18668. SEE Wells, 

Virginia. 
Hans. DPI 8730. SEE Barnouw, Erik. 
The house. DP18728. SEE Barnouw, 

Erik. 
The promise. DP18729. SEE Kagan, Ben. 
The story of Anna. DP18727. SEE Wells, 

Virginia. 
The straw. DP18731. SEE Kagan, Ben, 

FRIESEN, BONNIE ALDEN. 
Letter a month club. {Address! © Bonnie 
Alden Friesen; Ic 18Apr49; C3637. 

FRIGIDAIRE Division, General Motors 
Corporation. SEE General Motors Cor- 
poration. Frigidaire Division. 

FRISCH, MAX. 
Als der Krieg zu Ende war; Schauspiel in 
zwei Akten. © Kurt Reiss; Ic 27Jun49; 
DU20540, 

FRITSCHE, NATALIE WYETH. 
Backfire, a pessimistic play in one act, 
© Natalie Wyeth Fritsche; Ic 7Jun49; 
DU20270. 



FRITZ, JOHN. 
Right is never wrong, a radio play. 
© John Fritz; Ic 2Dec48; C3235. 

FROM little acorns. DU18576. SEE 
Brent, Romney. 

FROM the ground up. C3234. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

THE FRONT page story. DU19273. SEE 
The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 111. 

FROZEN assets. DU18073. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

FRU Sylvia. SEE Nilsen, Ernst. Befrielse. 
DPI 8860. 

THE FRUIT of forgiveness. DU20208. SEE 
The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 112. 

FUE, CHARLES. 
Dinner for six, a play in five scenes and 
five episodes. © Charles Fue: Ic 
4jan49; DU17870, 

FtrSSEL, FRANZ, 
Verliebtes Dreieck. Lustspiel mit Musik 
in drei Akten von Franz Fiissel; Musik 
von Hans Lang, [Text only] © Theater- 
verlag Eirich Ges, m,b.H,; Ic 19Apr48; 
DU18288. 

FUGITIVE from injustice. DU18602. 
SEE The Lone Ranger, no. 2502-1727. 

FULL moon. SEE Jean, Monique. A trick 
of the moon. DU18766. 

THE FULL treatment. DU19235. SEE 
Dr. Christian, no. 540. 

FULLER and Smith and Ross, inc. 
Specifically yours. C3274. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

FUN and fashion. C3547. SEE Whitney, 
Helen Lenore. 

FUN fields bis Holliwood. SEE Schechter, 
Harry. The voice. DU18055. 

FUND raising. C3491. SEE Spencer, 
William J. 

FUNNIEST song in the world, DU18464. 
SEE Abrashkin, Raymond, 

FUR, fin, and feathers. DU19378. SEE 
Falk, John Richard. 

THE FURNACE of the world. DU20470. 
SEE Kuner, Mildred Christophe. 



G. H. Tichenor Antiseptic Company. SEE 
Tichenor (G. H.) Antiseptic Company. 

GAARDEN, Otto Koch-, SEE Koch-Gaarden, 
Otto. 

GABRIEL, Alex, pseud, SEE Mallis, 
Constantine Alexander Hagi. 

GAD, TOM. 
Aunt Jessie's lucky letter story party. 
[Radio script] © Mrs. Jessie Rofheart; 
ic 18May49; DU20054. 

GADABOUT, the koala bear. DU20039. 
SEE Cartoon Teletales, Feb. 6, 1949. 

GADEN. DU18355. SEE McLaughlin, 
Robert. 

GAFKE, ELSIE. 
A Christmas street scene, a one-act juve- 
nile play, © Elsie Gafke; Ic 15Dec48; 
DU18039. 



GAGE, SOPHIE. 
These golden days, a play in three acts 
for women. Boston, Baker's Plays [1949] 
126 p. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 21juh49- 
DP20527. 

GAGNON, RAYMOND FRED, 
Shadows of the past, an original screenplay 
by Robert Burnet [pseud. ] © Raymond 
Fred Gagnon; Ic 16Feb49; DU18582, 

GAINES, James W. 
Fur, fin, and feathers. DU19378. SEE 
Falk, John Richard, 

GAITHER, GANT. 
Halo, a play in three acts by Gant Gaither 
and Lex Richards. © Gant Gaither, Lex 
Richards; Ic 22Mar49; DU19232. 



GALABEEA. DU17887. 
Stanley Arthur. 



SEE Miller, 



GALE, Cynthia, pseud, SEE Boykin, 
Patricia Henry. 

GALE HOUSE, Clark. 
AUadin and his magic lamp. DU19558. 

SEE Lehr, Lew. 
Chicken Licken. DU19563. SEE Lehr, 

Lew. 
Cinderella. DU19557. SEE Lehr, Lew, 
Gingerbread Boy. DU19568. SEE Lehr, 

Lew. 
The goose that laid the golden eggs. 

DU19561. SEE Lehr, Lew, 
Hansel and Grettel. DU19556. SEE 

Lehr, Lew. 
The lion and the mouse. DU19570. SEE 

Lehr, Lew. 
The Little Red Hen. DU19569. SEE 

Lehr, Lew. 
Little Red Riding Hood. DU19565. SEE 

Lehr, Lew. 
The Pied Piper of Hamelin. DU19559. 

SEE Lehr, Lew. 
The three bears. DU19564. SEE Lehr, 

Lew. 
Three billy goats Gruff. DU19560. SEE 

Lehr, Lew. 
The three pigs. DU19562. SEE Leht, 

Lew. 
The tortoise and the hare, DU19566, 

SEE Lehr, Lew. 
The ugly duckling. DU19555. SEE Lehr, 

Lew. 
Wolf— wolf. DU19567, SEE Lehr, Lew, 

GALLANT son. DU19153. SEE May, 
Emmett Menrel. 

GALLENSTEIN, LEO JACOB. 
The anatomy of the world, a play in three 
scenes. © Leo Jacob Gallenstein, Jr.; 
Ic 5jan49; on revisions; DU17995. Prev. 
reg, "The breaking of nations," 9Dec47; 
D12236. 

GALST, VALRE GRACE ZECH. 
A prospector's widow; monologue, © Vaire 
G, Zech Galst; Ic 27Jun49; C3805, 

THE GAME of Lucky strike. C3635, SEE 
McDonald, Frederick Homer. 

GANDHI. DP19483. SEE The Eternal Light, 
no. 220. 

GANGBUSTERS (Radio program) Scripts in 
this series are by Phillips H. Lord, inc, 
© Phillips H. Lord, inc. 

565. Jan. 8, 1949. Case of the Bonagura-De 
Lucia gang. © Ic 25jan49; DU18125. 

579. Apr. 16, 1949. Case of Mike Melito— 
part 2. © Ic 22Apr49; DU19664. 

GANTILLON, Simon. 
Maya. SEE Ely, John T. A, Bella-Maya. 
DU19949. 

GARCIA, MANUEL GARCIA. 
Export more. [Lecture] © Manuel Garcia 
Garcia; Ic 19May49; C3712. 



32 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



CARD, ROBERT EDWARD. 
Wisconsin showtime, a musical show in 
two acts by Robert E. Gard and Edward 
L. Kamarck. Madison, Wis., Wisconsin 
Idea Theatre, 1949. 81 p. [Te.xt only] 
© Robert Edward Gard, Edward Lawrence 
Kamarck; 2Feb49; DP18379. 

GARDNER, Dorothy. SEE Durfee, Dorothy 
Gardner. 

GARDNER, Ed. SEE Daffy's Tavern (Radio 
program) 

GARDNER, GEORGE THOMAS. 
Radio commercial: Barker Bros, is the 
last place people go to buy home furnish- 
ingsl © George Thomas Gardner, Jr.; 
Ic 22Apr49; C3623. 

GARDNER, Hal. SEE Gardner, Rufus 
Hallette. 

GARDNER, RALPH DAVID. 
Timberline shack, a three-act musical 
comedy. [Text only] © Ralph D. Gardner; 
Ic 22Mar49; DU19337. 

GARDNER, RUFUS HALLETTE. 
Blow the loud clarion, a comedy in three 
acts by Hal Gardner. © Rufus Hallette 
Gardner, Jr.; Ic 22Apr49; DU19701. 

GARISS, JACK LYMAN. 
Pan, Pan is dead; a one-act play. © Jack 
Lyman Gariss; Ic 4Mar49; DU18868. 

GARLAND, MARY CALDWELL. 
The three joys, a dramatic playlet for deaf 
people. © Mary Caldwell Garland; Ic 
28Jan49; DU18682. 

GARLING, LEE L. 
National press conference; radio and tele- 
vision broadcast. [Sample script] © Lee 
L. Garling; Ic 22Mar49; C3499. 

GARNER, Claud. SEE Uncle North Wind 
and Aunt Gentle Breeze (Television pro- 
gram) 

GARRICK Cafe. DU19112. SEE Lewis, 
Harry. 

GASKELL, Elizabeth Cleghorn (Stevenson) 
Cranfordl SEE Coleman, Martyn. Kind 

hearts and coronets. DU18863. 
The Manchester marriage. DU18453. 
SEE Your Show Time (Television pro- 
gram) 

GASOLINE'S amazing molecules. SEE 
Fairbanks (Jerry) inc. The inside story 
of modern gasoline. DU18785, 

GATES, NATALIE. 
Pop goes the weasel, a serio-comedy in 
three acts. © Natalie Gates; Ic 18Mar49; 
DU19158. 

GAY, JOHN. 
The beggar's opera, a ballad-opera by 
John Gay; in a new musical version realised 
from the original airs by Benjamin Britten; 
vocal score by Arthur Oldham. London, 
Hawkes; sole selling agents, Boosey & 
Hawkes, London, New York [1949]. 192 p. 
© Hawkes & Son (London) Ifd.; llMar49; 
DP19127. 



GAY, Pierre. 
Joyeux chagrins. 
Noel Pierce. 



DP19399. SEE Coward, 



THE GAY caballero. DU20025. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2542-1767. 

GAYDEN. DU19317. SEE McLaughlin, 
Robert. 

GEBHARD, Paul H. 
Concepts of normality and abnormality in 
sexual behavior. C3395. SEE Kinsey, 
Alfred Charles. 



GERMAN, Richard B. 
Joe McSween's atomic machine. DU19115. 
SEE The Actor's Studio, no. 24. 

GEHRI, ALFRED^ HERMANN., 
Le Club du 29 fevrier; comedie en trois 
actes. © Alfred Gehri; Ic 13Jan49; 
DU19439. 

GELB, Phillip Stanley. 
House in the sun. DU18422. SEE Heiman, 
Cyril Poses. 

GELLE, GISELE. 
Camera girl, a dramatic script. 23 leaves. 

© Gisele Gelle; Ic lDec48; DU17785. 
Escort home, a play in two acts. © Gisele 
Gelle; Ic 3May49; DU19852. 

THE GEMS in the paper. DU20399. SEE 
The Green Hornet, no. 949. 

GENE Autry Productions. SEE Autry (Gene) 
Productions. 

GENE Tunney. C3646. SEE The American 
Way (Radio program) 

GEN£e, Richard. 
The bat. DU20393, DU20575. SEE Strauss, 
Johann, 

GENEEN, SAMUEL. 
Perishable merchandise, a play in two acts 
and four scenes by Sascha Geneen. 
© Samuel (Sascha) Geneen; Ic 13May49; 
on additional scenes; DU20229. Prev. reg. 
5Aug36; DU44061. 

GENEEN, Sascha. SEE Geneen, SamueL 

GENERAL Electric Appliances, inc. 
The General Electric Boston tea party. 
C3263. SEE Ford, Frederick M. 

THE GENERAL Electric Boston tea party. 
C3263. SEE Ford, Frederick M. 

GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY. 
Value analysis. A lecture prepared by 

Lawrence D. Miles. © General Electric 

Co.; Ic 27Apr49; C3628. 
You can't judge a book—. C3436. SEE 

Handy Qam) Organization, inc. 

GENERAL Motors Corporation. Chevrolet 
Motor Division. 
Advance design for '49. C3425. SEE 

Handy Qam) Organization, inc. 
Beauty— with a purpose. C3426. SEE 

Handy Qam) Organization, inc. 
Sell accessories the Chevrolet way. 

C3427. SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, 

inc. 
What's new for '49. C3428. SEE Handy 

Qam) Organization, inc. 

GENERAL Motors Corporation. Delco-Remy 
Division. 

The key to more sales. C3619. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

GENERAL Motors Corporation. Frigidaire 
Division. 
The big day. C3617. SEE Handy (Jam) 

Organization, inc. 
Greater than ever. C3431. SEE Handy 

(Jam) Organization, inc. 
Passing the know-how along. C3432. SEE 

Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
Selling the other seven. C3433. SEE 

Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
Servicing Frigidaire automatic electric 

dryers. C3434. SEE Handy Qam) 

Organization, inc. 
Servicing Frigidaire ironers. C3616. 

SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
Servicing Frigidaire rotary -type refriger- 
ating systems in Coca-Cola coolers. 

C3435. SEE Handy Qam) Organization, 

inc. 

GENERAL Motors Corporation. Oldsmobile 
Division. 

Johnny makes a date. DU19508. SEE Wild- 
ing Picture Productions, inc. 

33 



Six television spots. DU19507, DU19841. 

SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Treasure ho. DU20240. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 

GENERAL Timber Service, inc. 
Green harvest. C3411. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

GENERALLY speaking. DU20566. SEE 
Brodney, Spencer. 

GENGELBACH, John Gordon. 
Vacation days. DU17784. SEE Gengel- 
bach, Patty Brandom. 

GENGELBACH, PATTY BRANDOM. 
Vacation days, an operetta in two acts. 
Book and lyrics by Patty Brandom Gen- 
gelbach; music by George Ferrel and 
Gordon Gengelbach. © Patty Brandom 
Gengelbach, George Ferrel, Gordon 
Gengelbach; Ic lDec48; DU17784. 

GENTHER, SjHIRLEY BABCOCK. 
If there isn't, a musical comedy in two 
acts, by Shirley Genther, Michael 
Braude, and Su Bonner Walcutt. Music 
by Shirley Genther. [Text and music on 
separate leaves] © Shirley Babcock 
Genther, Michael Braude, Su Bonner 
Walcutt; Ic 2Feb49; DU19656. 



GENTLE Adam. 
Michael. 



DU19250. SEE Keane, 



GENTRY, ROBERT CARLTON. 
Your happinessi A half-hour program for 
radio and television, by Bob Gentry and 
Harry Long. © Robert Carlton Gentry, 
Harrison Reed Long; Ic 27May49; 
DU20165. 

GEORGE, CHARLES. 
Just imaginel A comedy in one act for the 

ladies. New York, S. French, cl948. 

28 p. illus. © Samuel French; 17Dec48; 

DP18091, 
Miss Starlight, a musical comedy in two 

acts. Minneapolis, T. S. Denison [1949]. 

Ill p. illus. © T. S. Denison & Co.; 

9Mar49; DP19175. 
Sally in our alley, a musical comedy in 

one act. Minneapolis, T. S. Denison 

[1949]. 55 p. © T. S. Denison & Co.; 

25Mar49; DP19377. 
There she goes, a comedy in three acts. 

Boston, Baker's Plays [^1949]. 79 p. 

illus. (Baker's royalty plays) © Walter 

H. Baker Co.; 9Feb49; DP18607. 
Treasure girl, a musical comedy in one 

act. Minneapolis, T. S. Denison [19491. 

56 p. illus. (Denison's musical comedies) 

© T. S, Denison & Co.; 20Apr49; DP19779. 
What's cookin'? A comedy in three acts. 

Boston, Drama Guild Publishers [1948]. 

98 p. illus. © Drama Guild Publishers; 

lDec48; DP17838. 

GEORGE Mikan. C3514. SEE The American 
Way, no. C89. 

GEORGE, the last. DU18127. SEE Kneisley, 
James F. 

GEORGE Whitley's conquest. C3565. SEE 
Jones, Robert John. 

THE GERMAN God SEE Kyle, Joseph Ad- 
dison. The witch of Demmin, DU18397. 

GERMANO, FRANK A. 
So dear to Pasticiotti, a comedy in three 
acts by Frank Germano and Bill Balancio. 
© William (Bill) Balancio, Frank Germano; 
Ic 7Jun49; DU20302. 

GERONIMO, the flying squirrel. DU18000. 
SEE Cartoon Teletales, Oct. 13, 1948, 

GERSON, RICHARD MERRIT. 
The thirteenth god, a play in four acts. 
© Richard M. Gerson; Ic 15Apr49; 
DU19602, 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



GERSTAD, John Leif. 
Sandy. DU20447. SEE Scott, Robert 
Sanford. 

GERSTENBERG, ALICE. 
Beatrice, a three-act play. © Alice 
Gerstenberg; Ic 25Apr49; DU19736. 

GERTZ, HELEN XANTHE. 
Pinky, the rabbit. [Short story] © Helen 
Xanthe Gertz; Ic 4Feb49; C3356. 

GET In a pet. DU19182. SEE Savage, 
Lesley. 

GET out to live. DU19411. SEE Karp, 
Abraham Norman. 

GETTING ready for Christmas. C3388. 
SEE The Voice of Christmas, no. 1. 

GETTING selected prospects, C3696. 
SEE Flory Films, inc. 

GHfiON, HENRI. 
The little match girl [a play] by Henri 
Gheon. Tr. by Jean Murray. River 
Forest, 111., Rosary College, 1949. 
34 p. English version of La petite 
fille aux allumettes. " © Rosary Col- 
lege; 14May49; DP20138. 

THE GHOST films. DU20404. SEE The 
Green Hornet, no. 951. 

THE GHOST in the house. DP18283. SEE 
Seller, Conrad. 

THE GHOST of Possum Hollow 1 DP19090, 
SEE Draper, Walt. 

GIBBONS, EDWARD. 
The bull-pit, a play in one act. © Edward 
Gibbons; Ic 31Jan49; DU18140, 

GIBBS, John C. 
What's to love? DU20199. SEE Frankel, 
Doris. 

GIBNEY, Morgan W. 

The benefit plan. DU18076. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

The constant bride, DU18074. SEE Wild- 
ing Picture Productions, inc. 

GIBSON, Douglas Wood. SEE The Actor's 
Studio (Television program) 

GIBSON, HARDY. 
Layoff Inn, a continuity for television, 
stage, pictures, and radio. © Hardy 
Gibson; Ic 14Feb49; DU18922. 

GIDDING, NELSON. 
Behind the front page. Radio script no. 50, 
Nov. 21, 1948. © Ruthrauff & Ryan, inc.; 
Ic 5jan49; DU17879. 

GIELGUD, VAL. 
Siding 273, a play in three acts by Sullivan 
Jones [pseud.] © Val Gielgud; Ic 4Feb49; 
DU18424. 

GIGI and the magic ring. DU18112. SEE 
Let's Pretend, Jan. 29, 1949. 

GIL Dodds. C3690. SEE The American Way 
(Radio program) 

GILBERT, Clement Scott, 
Revolution. DU20444. SEE Vajda, Ernest. 

GILBERT, Lee. SEE Gilbert, Leon M, 

GILBERT, LEON M. 
Name your spirits, a play in one act by 
Lee Gilbert. © Leon M. Gilbert; Ic 
lMar49; DU18816. 

GILBERT, William. 
One if by land. DU19184. SEE Weinstock, 
Jacob L. 

GILBERT & Sullivan. DU18905. SEE 
Aldrich Family, no. 487. 



GILCHRIST, ELEANOR. 
A husband's rights. [Film script] 
© Eleanor Gilchrist; Ic 14Feb49; 
DU18530. 

THE GILDED clock. DU19218. SEE 
Mitchell, Ronald Elwy. 

OILMAN, C, H. 
Toy-time. DP19302. SEE Winant, Sylvia. 

THE GIMMICK. DU19463. SEE Stuhl, 
Dorothy Maxwell. 



GINGERBREAD Boy. 
Lehr, Lew. 



DU19568, SEE 



GINNES, Abram. 
Cafe Society presents stars of today and 
tomorrow. DU20219. SEE Winter, Paul. 

GINSBURY, Norman. 
Peer Gynt. AI-1990. SEE Ibsen, Henrik. 

LA GIRALDA. DPI 8929. SEE Alvarez 
Quintero, Seraffn. 

GIRAUDOUX, JEAN. 
The madwoman of Chaillot. English adap- 
tation by Maurice Valency. New York, 
Random House [1949, cl947]. 134 p. 
illus. © Maurice Valency; i6Apr49; 
DP19824. Prev. reg, "La foUe de 
Chaillot"; 13Nov47: D unp. 11711, 



GIRL from St. Louis. DU19033. 
Lone Ranger, no. 2507-1732. 



SEE The 



GIRL trouble, DU19264. 
Family, no. 490. 



SEE Aldrich 



THE GIRLS do it. DU20014. SEE The 
Green Hornet, no. 937. 

GITHENS, HARRY WRIGHT. 
Everybody's party book. Franklin, Ohio, 
Eldridge Entertainment House, cl948. 
200 p. © Eldridge Entertainment House, 
inc.; 16Sep48; DP18627. 



GIVE him a chance. 
Jacob. 



DP18351. SEE KnoUer, 



GIVE us this day. DU17985. SEE The 
Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 92. 

GLAROS, WILLIAM G. 
Grecian melodies; radio script for WBBW. 

© William G. Glaros; Ic 21Apr49; 

C3588. 
Grecian melodies; radio script for WSRS. 

© William G. Glaros; Ic 21Apr49; C3587. 
Hellenic hour; radio script for WHHH. 

© William G. Glaros; Ic 21Apr49; 

C3589. 

GLASS dream. DU17972. SEE Dworkin, 
Marvin. 

THE GLASS mountain. DU18896. SEE 
Kimes, Allen Bowman. 

GLASSMAN, JOYCE ALICE. 
Collection of narratives with music, by 
Joyce Ross [pseud.] Contents.— Johnny 
Robbins.— The singing peddler.— Paul 
Revere. [Text and music on separate 
leaves,] © Joyce Alice Glassman; Ic 
24Jun49; DU20487. 

GLAZER, TOM. 

The adventures of Daniel Boone. [Record- 
ing script] © Tom Glazer; Ic ljun49; 
DU20418. 

The birth of Paul Bunyan- by Tom Glazer 
and Anton M. Leader. [Recording script] 
© Young People's Records, inc.; Ic 
ljun49; DU20340. 

GLENN, Ralph, pseud. SEE Elser, Donald. 

GLENNON, JOHN O'LEARY. 
The Twitchet little show, a television revue. 
Sketches and lyrics by John Glennon, 
music by Raymond Taylor. Script no. 1: 



34 



Mostly culture and progress; or. We 
open at last. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © John O'Leary Glennon; Raymond 
Thompson Taylor; Ic 13Jun49; DU20379. 

THE GLITTERING thread. DU17992. SEE 
Nucklas, Marian Quinn. 

THE GLORY of the Lord. DP17905. SEE 
Dolby, Harriet (Geister) 

GLOTZER, JACK. 
Eve ate the apple, a play in three acts, by 
Jack G. Piatt [pseud.] © Jack Glotzer; 
Ic 7Feb49; DU18423, 

GLUCHER, Maurice Leon. 
The perfect pattern. DU19813. SEE 
Davidson, Madeline. 

GLUCKMAN, BERNARD LOUIS. 
Play along; script for television program, 
© Bernard Louis Gluckman; Ic 8Dec48: 
C3262. 

GOD in the cellar. DU20099. SEE Hanig, 
David. 

GODDESS on a pedestal. DU18756. SEE 
Moe, Osborne Rangvall. 

GOD'S garden of love. DP17840. SEE 
Sherman, Alice Ella. 

THE GODS have descended. DU19289, 
SEE Hopf, Alice Lightner. 

GOETHE, Johann Wolfgang von. 
Egmont. SEE Oenslager, Donald. Egmont — 

1949. DU19633. 
Elective affinities. SEE Whiteford, 
Edith L. Joined in heaven. DU17869, 

GOLD, HORACE. 
Comic time, a juvenile television show. 
[Sample script] © Martin Video Produc- 
tion, inc.; Ic 23May49; DU20232. 

GOLD and fire. SEE Johnson, Severance. 
The gold of Croesus. A30660. 

THE GOLD chain of death. DU18615. SEE 
The Sheriff, no. 227. 

GOLD fever. DU19275. SEE The Adven- 
tures of Frank Merriwell, no. 118. 

GOLD isn't everything. DU20051, SEE 
Priest, Robert W. 

A GOLD mine, DU19629. SEE Curran, 
John. 

THE GOLD of Croesus, A30660. SEE 
Johnson, Severance. 

GOLD rush, 1949. DP18878. SEE Lippert, 
Alice Virginia S, 

GOLDBERG, OSKAR. 

Message against the secularization of 
Palestine, a lecture. © Oskar Goldberg; 
Ic lljan49; C3364. 

GOLDEN, MYRON M. 
The adventures of Dr. Dangerfield. [Sample 
radio script] © Myron M. Golden; Ic 
5Apr49; DUI9409. 

THE GOLDEN calf. DP19129. SEE Grodsky, 
Emanuel. 

GOLDEN cargo. DU19631. SEE Carleton, 
Linnie Benoit, 

THE GOLDEN city. DU19957. SEE Ruben, 
Alex. 

THE GOLDEN curtain. DU19191. SEE 
Yannopoulos, Dino. 

GOLDEN EAGLE. 
Tales of the Redman; a group of one-act 
plays based on the legends and customs 
of the American Indian. Contents, — 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



GOLDEN EAGLE. Cont'd. 

The mighty one. — The seven dancers. — 
The son of a chief. © Golden Eagle; 
Ic 24May49; DU20124. 

THE GOLDEN mountain. DU19464, SEE 
Greendale, Alexander. 

GOLDEN roses. DP19527. SEE Yale, 
Elsie Duncan. 

THE GOLDEN staircase. DU20266, SEE 
Cavin, Bram. 

THE GOLDEN tears. DU18899. SEE 
Schick, Elliot, 

THE GOLDEN touch. SEE 
Fairbanks (Jerry) inc. DU19926, 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
DU18698. 

GOLDILOCKS and the three bears. 
DU19668. SEE Cott, Ted. 

GOLDMAN, June. 
Sugar and spice. DU18443. SEE Breton, 
J. Robert. 

GOLDMAN, Lawrence. 
Snug Harbor. DU18551. SEE First 
Nighter, Dec. 2, 1948. 

GOLDMAN, LEO. 
The masters, a play in three acts. © Leo 
Goldman; Ic 5jan49; DU18411. 

GOLDSBERRY, EtheL 
Corn. DU20423. SEE Mission Bell Film 
Productions, inc. Jack and Jill series, 
no. 3. 

GOLDSCHLAG, EUGENE. 
Bachelor's castle, a new comedy in three 
acts. © Eugene Goldschlag; Ic 23Feb49; 
DU18770. 

GOLDSMITH, Clifford. SEE Aldrich 
Family (Radio program) 

GOLENPAUL, Dan. SEE Information 
Please (Radio program) 

GOLL, Ralph. SEE The Lone Ranger 
(Radio program) 

GOLLIDAY, C. Leslie. SEE The Voice of 
Christmas (Radio program) 

GOLNICK, LEON S. 
Reward, a television drama-quiz show. 
Televised, Apr. 18, 1949. © Leon S. 
Golnick & Associates; 19Mar49; DP19756. 

GOLNICK (Leon S.) and Associates. 
Reward. DP19756. SEE Golnick, Leon S. 

GONE about girls. DP19956. SEE Rose, 
Le Roma, 

THE GOOD bad actors. DU19676. SEE 
The Green Hornet, no. 938. 

GOOD housekeeping. DU19426. SEE 
McCleery, William. 

GOOD morning, Mr. Mayor. DU17832. SEE 
The Hour of St, Francis (Radio program) 

THE GOOD neighbor policy, DU19741, 
SEE Cady, Lawrence R, 

THE GOOD Samaritan. DU18448. SEE 
The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 96. 

GOOD-time Charlie. DP20333. SEE Reach, 
James. 

GOODBYE, Hollywood. DP20103, SEE 
Hale, Ruth, 

GOODBYE, my fancy. DP20416. SEE 
Kanin, Fay (Mitchell) 

GOODEN, JOHN EDWIN, 
Life begins at Fairhope, a radio announce- 

854120 O - 49 - 6 



ment, 
C3497 



© J. E. Gooden; Ic 28Feb49; 



GOODMANN, HENRIETTA, 
Papa was a patriot, a half-hour script 
for radio by Jane Marshall [pseud.! 
© Henrietta Goodmann; Ic 28Mar49; 
DU19863. 

GOODYEAR, ELIZABETH. 
Lost illusion, a play in three acts. 
© Elizabeth Goodyear; Ic 15Feb49: 
DU19125. 

THE GOOSE that laid the golden eggs. 
DU19561. SEE Lehr, Lew, 

GORDON, FRANCES ROMER, 
Hollywood haven, a play in two acts by 
France Romer [pseud.] © Frances 
Romer Gordon; Ic 21Mar49; DU19167. 

GORDON, Homer, 
The child city, DU17951, SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

GORDON, Kurtz, pseud. SEE Kurtz, 
C. Gordon, 

GORDON, Peter, pseud, SEE Sidorsky, 
Judith. 

GORDON, RUTH. 

The leading lai^; play in three acts. New 
York, Dramatists Play Service [1949]. 
81 p, A revision of the unpublished 
dramatic composition by Ruth Gordon 
and Garson Kanin. © Ruth Gordon, 
Garson Kanin; 26jan49; DP18521, Prev, 
reg. 40ct47; D unp. 1896, 

Man and wife, a screenplay by Ruth Gordon 
and Garson Kanin, © Garson Kanin, Ruth 
Gordon; Ic 15Dec48; DU18030. 

GORMAN, Elmer Grant. 
Sir Thomas More, courtier to Henry the 
Eighth. DU18665. SEE O'Hara, Mary 
Louise Robinson, 



GOSPEL skits and dialogues, A28967. 
Beard, Clarence M. 



SEE 



GOSPEL Trumpet Company. 
Special day plays, DP20415. SEE Curtis, 
Agnes. 

GOTTLIEB, SEYMOUR. 
Adrianne, a drama in four acts, © Seymour 
Gottlieb; Ic 10May49; DU20369. 

GOTTSCHALKSON, FALK FELDC. 
Second revised description of Number Jack 
as a radio show and radio broadcast and 
as a television show and television broad- 
cast. © Falk Felix Gottschalkson; 
23Mar49; DP19436. Prev. reg, 27Dec46, 
AA32198; 4Feb48: DU13130. 

GOTTWALD, FRITZ. 
Tip auf Amalia; Volksstuck in vier Akten. 
(Siiddeutsche Fassung) © Theaterverlag 
Eirich Ges, m,b.H.; Ic 19Apr48; DU18292. 

GOUNOD, CHARLES PRANQOIS. 
Faust, an opera by Charles Gounod newly 
translated and adapted for radio, televi- 
sion and stage by Rene Maison, Julie 
Barnard and Francis Sherling Oliver. 
© Francis Sherling Oliver, Rene Maison, 
Julie Barnard; Ic llMay49; DU19985, 

GOUREVITCH, GREGOIRE, 
Monocide, the uncanny nature of the 
Bolshevist Revolution, [Lecture] 
© Gregoire Gourevitch; Ic 29Nov48; 
C3241. 
Scriabin, the greatest Russian composer of 
the pre-Revolutionary epoch, a lecture, 
© Gregoire Gourevitch; Ic 8Feb49; C3340, 

GOW, JAMES, 
Rough cradle, a play in three acts by James 
Gow and Arnaud d Usseau. © James Gow, 
Arnaud d'Usseau; Ic 16Mar49; DU19144, 



35 



GOW, RONALD, 

The lawyer of Springfield, a play in one 
act. Boston, Baker's Plays [19491. 
24 p. (Baker's royalty plays) © Walter 
H, Baker Co,; 26Feb49; DPI 8830. 



GRAB bag. DU18751, 
no. 473. 



SEE Aldrich Family, 



GRABOW, Harry. 
The golden touch. DU18698. 
Picture Productions, inc. 



SEE Wilding 



GRADY, HENRY WILLIAM. 
The Mitchell Boy choir show; audition script 
by Hank Grady. © Henry W, Grady; Ic 
17jun49; DU20498. 

GRAENER, PAUL. 
Schwanhild, romantische Oper in drei Akten 
[von] Paul Graener. Dichtung von Otto 
Anthes. Klavierauszug mit Gesang von 
Clemens v. Franckenstein. Wien, Universal- 
Edition, C1941. 136 p. © Universal- 
Edition; 13Sep41; DP18605, 



GRAMMOS Mountains. 
Salomonsen, Jacob. 



DU19548, SEE 



GRAMPA Jimmy, the jumping jerboa. 
DU20038. SEE Cartoon Teletales, Jan. 30, 
1949. 

THE GRAND Lama laughed. DU18723. SEE 
Jackson and Jill (Television program) 

LA GRANDE illusion. AF10279. SEE Spaak, 
Charles. 

GRANDMA untangles the strings, DU19389. 
SEE Finne, Vella Loretta, 

GRANDPA 'S boy. DU18400. SEE Morgan, 
John G, 

GRANDSTAND managers, C3664, SEE 
Hengehold, Ferd J, 

GRANT, MarshaU, SEE Realm Television 
Productions, inc. 

GRANT (Marshall) Pictures, inc. 
Runyon of Broadway, DU18514. SEE 

Cohn, Art. 
SEE ALSO Realm Television Productions, 

inc. 

GRANT, Will C. SEE 
Dr. I. Q, (Radio program) 
Dr. I. Q. Junior Show (Radio program) 

GRANT Advertising, inc. 
Dr. I, Q. SEE Dr. I. Q, (Radio program) 
Dr. I. Q. Junior Show SEE Dr. I. Q, 

Junior Show (Radio program) 
Time to televote, a television plan for 

Time magazine, [Includes drawings]^ 

© Grant Advertising, inc.; Ic 17Jan4^; 

DU18643. 

THE GRAPEVINE. DP18629. SEE Stone, 
James Floyd. 

THE GRAVY train. DU20059, SEE Kitt, 
Henry Sherrell, 

GRAY, Patricia, pseud. SEE Nucklas, 
Marian Quinn. 

GREAT Books Foundation, 
Rousseau, C3465. SEE Harmon, John S. 
What do you think? SEE What Do You 
Think? (Television program) 

THE GREAT choice. DP19248, DP20082. 
SEE Eastman, Fred. 



GREAT comedian. DU20292. 
Aldrich Family, no. 499. 



SEE 



THE GREAT GILDERSLEEVE (Radio pro- 
gram) Scripts in this series are by John 
Elliotte, Andy White, Gene Stone, and Jack 
Robinson. © The Kraft Foods Co. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE GREAT GILDERSLEEVE (Radio 
program) Cont'd. 

306-312. Nov. 3, 10, 17, 24, Dec. 1, 8, 

15, 1948. © Ic each 6Jan49; DU17898- 
17904. 

313-318. Dec. 22, 29, 1948, Jan. 5, 12, 
19, 26, 1949. © Ic each llFeb49; 
DU18487-18492. 

319-325. Feb. 2, 9, 16, 23, Mar. 2, 9, 

16, 1949. © Ic each 22Apr49; DU19724- 
19730. 

327-329. Mar. 23, 30, Apr, 6, 1949. © Ic 

22Apr49; DU19731-19733. 
330-337. Apr. 13, 20, 27, May 4, 11, 18, 

25, June 1, 1949. © Ic each 27jun49: 

DU20558-20565, 

THE GREAT illusion. C3312. SEE Harring- 
ton, Francis Timothy. 

GREAT moments in great lives. C3467. 
SEE Ormond, Estelle L. 

GREAT opportunities. C3608. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

THE GREAT outcry. DP18466. SEE 
The Eternal Light, no, 212. 

THE GREAT reformer. DU20017. SEE 
The Green Hornet, no. 941. 

THE GREAT western melodrama. DP19087. 
SEE Morris, Florence Huntington. 

GREATER than ever, C3431. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

THE GREATEST man in the world. DU18415. 
SEE Itkowitz, Bernard. 

THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD 
(Radio program) Scripts in this series are 
by Henry Denker, © Radio Program Pro- 
duction Co,, unless otherwise indicated. 

90. Dec. 19, 1948. Unto you, this day, 

© Rayshow, inc.; Ic 30Dec48; DU17789. 

91. Dec, 26, 1948, Star of peace, © Ic 
7Jan49; DU17947, 

92. Jan, 2, 1949, Give us this day, © Ic 
lljan49; DU17985, 

93. Jan, 9, 1949, Boy with courage, © Ic 
14Jan49; DU18044, 

94. Jan, 16, 1949, The house In darkness, 
© Ic 22Tan49; DU18107, 

95. Jan, 23, 1949, The figure at the door. 
© Ic 31Tan49; DU18141, 

96. Jan, 30, 1949. The good Samaritan. 
© Ic 9Feb49; DU18448. 

97. Feb. 6, 1949. Journey to Tiberias. 
© Ic 17Feb49; DU18742. 

98. Feb. 13, 1949. The prodigal son. 
© Ic 24Feb49; DU18891. 

99. Feb. 20, 1949. This is My command- 
ment. © Ic 2Mar49; DU18821, 

100, Feb. 27, 1949, Moment of decision, 
© Ic 8Mar49; DU18996, 

101, Mar, 6, 1949, The salt of the earth, 
© Ic llMar49; DU19070, 

102, Mar, 13, 1949, "One thing thou 
lackest," © Ic 17Mar49; DU19156. 

103, Mar. 20, 1949, Because of their unbe- 
lief. © Ic 4Apr49; DU19392, 

104, Mar, 27, 1949. That which is gone 
astray, © Ic 4Apr49; DU19393, 

105, Apr, 3, 1949, Not by word alone, © Ic 
12Apr49; DU19537. 

106, Apr, 10, 1949, The betrayal and the 
crucifixion, © Ic 15Apr49; DU19575, 

107, Apr, 17, 1949, The resurrection, © Ic 
21Apr49; DU19783. 

108, Apr, 24, 1949, The crumbs from the 
table, © Ic 2May49; DU19847, 

109, May 1, 1949, Seventy were sent forth, 
© Ic 9May49: DU19920. 

110, May 8, 1949, Let not thy left hand 
know, © Ic 17May49; DU19988, 

111, May 15, 1949, Wolves in sheep's cloth- 
ing. © Ic 20May49; DU20068, 

112, May 22, 1949. The fruit of forgiveness, 
© Ic ljun49: DU20208, 

113, May 29, 1949, The widow's mite. © Ic 
7Jun49; DU20269. 



114. June 5, 1949. He who exalted him- 
self, © Ic 15jun49; DU20384, 

115, June 12, 1949. Do ye unto others. 
© Ic 24jun49; DU20484, 

GRECIAN melodies, C3587, C3588, SEE 
Glaros, William G, 

GREEN, CHARLES ANTHONY, 
One question quick quiz; television script. 

i Sample program] © Charles A, Green; 
c 12Apr49; C3721, 

GREEN grow the shamrocks, DU19937. 
SEE Dougherty, Daniel Franklin. 

GREEN harvest, C3272, C3411, SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc, 

THE GREEN HORNET (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by various 
authors, © The Green Hornet, inc, 

899. Dec. 9, 1948. Cargo of death, by 
Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 27Dec48; 
DU18325. 

900. Dec. 14, 1948. The incredible rob- 
bery, by Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 
27Dec48; DU18326. 

901. Dec. 16, 1948. Camouflage, by 
Trendle-Randon. © Ic 27Dec48; DU18327. 

902. Dec. 21, 1948, Mystery on Pier 20, 
by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 27Dec48; 
DU18328. 

903. Dec. 23, 1948. The Hornet plays 
Santa Claus, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 
27Dec48; DU18329. 

904. Dec. 28, 1948. Miss Double Lucky, 
by Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 27Dec48; 
DU18330. 

905. Dec. 30, 1948. Road to ruin, by 
Trendle-Striker. © Ic 27Dec48; 
DU18331. 

906. Jan. 4, 1949. A matter of identity, 
by Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 27Dec48; 
DU18332. 

906. Jan, 4, 1949, A matter of Identity, 
by Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 4Jan49; 
DU18153, 

907. Jan. 6, 1949. A switch of salt, by 
Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 13Jan49; 
DU18154. 

908. Jan. 11, 1949. The jewels of the 
Kingdoms, by Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 
4jan49; DU18155. 

909. Jan. 13, 1949. The fixers fixed, by 
Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 13jan49; 
DU18156. 

910. Jan. 18, 1949. The briefcase snatcher, 
by Trendle-Striker. © Ic 13Jan49; 
DU18157. 

911. Jan. 20, 1949. The Hornet and a 
sparrow, by Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 
14Jan49; DU18158. 

912. Jan. 25, 1949. Axford gets the dope, 
by Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 28Jan49; 
DU18597. 

913. Jan. 27, 1949. The numbers total 
death, by Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 
28Jan49; DU18598. 

914. Feb. 1, 1949. Poor substitutes for 
prison, by Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 
31jan49; DU18599. 

915. Feb. 3, 1949. Jackpot, by Trendle- 
McCarthy. © Ic 28jan49; DU18600. 

915. Feb, 3, 1949. Jet test, by Trendle- 
McCarthy, © Ic 17Feb49; DU19041, 

916. Feb, 8, 1949. Contract steal, by 
Trendle-McCarthy, © Ic 17Feb49; 
DU19040, 

917. Feb. 10, 1949. Face in the television, 
by Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 17Feb49; 
DU19044, 

918. Feb. 15, 1949. Sign of the Deaths- 
head, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 17Feb49; 
DU19043. 

919. Feb. 17, 1949. The Hornet gets a 
franchise, by Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 
17Feb49; DU19048. 

920. Feb. 22, 1949, Diamonds and murder, 
by Trendle-Beattie, © Ic 17Feb49; 
DU19046, 

921. Feb, 24, 1949, The fortune seekers, 
by Trendle-McCarthy, © Ic 17Feb49; 
DU19045, 



922, Mar. 1, 1949. Vindication, by 
Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 17Feb49; 
DU19042. 

923, Mar. 3, 1949, Space ship, by 
Trendle-McCarthy, © Ic lMar49; 
DU19039. 

924, Mar, 8, 1949, Race date cancelled, 
by Trendle-McCarthy, © Ic lMar49; 
DU19049, 

925, Mar. 10, 1949. Birthright, by 
Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 18Mar49; 
DU19339. 

926, Mar. 15, 1949. Axford gets a story, 
by Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 18Mar49; 
DU19340. 

927, Mar. 17, 1949, Charity ends at home, 
by Trendle-McCarthy, © Ic 18Mar49: 
DU19341, 

928, Mar, 22, 1949, The dope fishers, by 
Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 18Mar49; 
DU19342, 

929, Mar, 24, 1949, The racket busters, 
by Trendle McCarthy. © Ic 18Mar49; 
DU19343. 

930, Mar, 29, 1949, The company they 
keep, by Trendle McCarthy, © Ic 
28Mar49; DU19344, 

931, Mar. 31, 1949, Champion in pawn, by 
Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 28Mar49; 
DU19345, 

932, Apr, 5, 1949, The invaders, by 
Trendle-McCarthy, © Ic 18Apr49; 
DU19670, 

933, Apr. 7, 1949. Kato acts as decoy, 
by Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 18Apr49; 
DU19671. 

934, Apr. 12, 1949, City in bondage, by 
Trendle-McCarthy, © Ic 14Apr49; 
DU19672, 

935, Apr, 14, 1949. Madison Carr re- 
turns, by Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 
14Apr49; DU19673. 

936, Apr. 19, 1949. A matter of time, by 
Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 14Apr49; DU19674. 

937, Apr. 21, 1949. Hail Caesar, by Trendle- 
McCarthy. © Ic 14Apr49; DU19675. 

937. Apr. 21, 1949. The girls do it, by 
Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 2May49; DU20014. 

938. Apr. 26, 1949. The good bad actors, 
by Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 14Apr49; 
DU19676. 

938. Apr. 26, 1949. Double exposure, by 
Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 2May49; 
DU20015. 

939. Apr, 28, 1949. Hot car center, by 
Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 2May49; 
DU20016. 

941, May 5, 1949. The great reformer, 
by Trendle-McCarthy, © Ic 2May49; 
DU20017, 

942, May 10, 1949, Axford wins a loss, 
by Trendle-McCarthy, © Ic 13May49; 
DU20018, 

943, May 12, 1949, Storm over picnic, by 
Trendle-McCarthy, © Ic 13May49; 
DU20019. 

944, May 17, 1949, Oliver Perry closes 
in, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 13May49; 
DU20020. 

945, May 19, 1949. Axford, the receiver; 
by Trendle-McCarthy, © Ic 23May49; 
DU20315, 

946, May 24, 1949, The Howard Island 
gang, by Trendle-McCarthy, © Ic 
23May49; DU20322, 

947, May 26, 1949. Jobs for sale, by 
Trendle-Lawrence, © Ic 23May49; 
DU20321, 

949, June 2, 1949. The gems in the paper, 
by Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 3Jun49; 
DU20399. 

949. June 7, 1949. Tony Far no had a 
farm, by Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 
31May49; DU20312. 

950. June 9, 1949. The Worthington papers, 
by Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 3Jun49; 
DU20400, 

951. June 13, 1949. The ghost films, by 
Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 6jun49; DU20404. 

952. June 23, 1949, The freightyard 
robberies, by Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 
17Jun49; DU20541, 

953. June 30, 1949. The murder weapon, 
by Trendle-Lawrence. © Ic 15Jun49; 
DU20542. 



36 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



THE GREEN HORNET (Radio program) 
Cont'd. 

954. July 4, 1949. A matter of indirection, 
by Trendle-McCarthy. © Ic 17Jun49; 
DU20543. 

GREEN Hornet, inc. SEE The Green 
Hornet (Radio program) 

GREEN is for go. DU19327. SEE Margolies, 
Albert. 

GREENBERG, LAENU ADELILAH. 
An age old tale, a musical play written for 
the Beth Teiloh Day School. Lyrics by 
Doris B. Cohen; music by Laenu Adelilah 
Greenberg. © Laenu Adelilah Greenberg, 
Doris Bugatch Cohen; Ic 21Mar49; 
DU19445. 

GREENBTE, Marjorie Latte (Bar stow) 
The general was a lacty. DU20351. SEE 
Greenbie, Sydney. 

GREENBIE, SYDNEY. 
The general was a lady, a play in three 
acts by Sydney Greenbie and Marjorie 
Barstow Greenbie. Based on the biog- 
raphy "My dear lady" by Marjorie 
Barstow Greenbie. © Sydney Greenbie, 
Marjorie Barstow Greenbie; Ic 31May49: 
DU20351. 

GREENDALE, ALEXANDER. 
The golden mountain, a romantic comedy 
in three acts. © Alexander Greendale: 
Ic 7Apr49; DU19464. 

GREENFIELD, MOSES A. 
Theory of instrumentation. Lectures 1-10. 
© Moses A. Greenfield; Ic 12May49; 
C3724. 

GREENWOOD, WALTER. 
The cure for love; a Lancashire comedy 
in three acts. London, S. French [1947], 
86 p. illus. (French's acting edition, 
no. 2102) "First produced under the 
title 'Rod of iron'". © Walter Green- 
wood; 29Sep47; DP19176. Prev. reg. 
25JU146; D unp, 4249. 

GREG Hanson's trickery. DU20023. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2540-1765, 

GREGG, Peter, pseud, SEE Crocco, 
J. Peter. 

GREGORY, ETHEL HARRIS. 
We ride a white donkey, a play in three 
acts, by Ethel Harris Gregory, based on 
the novel of the same title by George 
Panetta. © Ethel Harris Gregory; Ic 
9Feb49; DU18454. 

GREGORY (Willard G.) & Company. 
The magic shop. DU19906. SEE Johnson, 
Edward T. 

GRESSIEKER, HERMANN. 
Der Regenbogen, Komodie in drei Akten, 
© Theaterverlag Reiss A.G.; Ic 12jan49; 
DU18052. 



GRIECHISCHE Dramen, AF9742. 
Kaiser, Georg. 



SEE 



GRIFFIN, Z. Wayne. 
Key to the city. DU17973. SEE Crutcher, 
Robert Riley. 

GRIGGS, JOHN. 
By rocket to the moon, [Recording script] 
© John Griggs; Ic 2May49; DU19884, 

GRINGALET. DP19453. SEE Vandenberghe, 
PauL 

GROAG, EDWARD ROBERT. 
Peter Ney, schoolteacher; stage play in 
three acts. © Edward R, Groag; Ic 
18Apr49; DU19611. 

GRODSKY, EMANUEL. 
The golden calf, a play in three acts, 
© Emanual Grodsky; 12Mar49; DP19129, 



GROOM'S biscuits. DP18626. SEE Steele, 
Charles Ishmael. 

GROSS, HAROLD F. 
Santa says hello, an address, © Harold 
F. Gross; Ic 23May49; C3715. 

GROSS, SEYMOUR ABBOTT. 
Room at the inn, a sentimental comedy in 
three acts. © Seymour Gross; Ic 
23May49; on revisions; DU20118. Prev. 
reg. 'The Moorings;" 17Nov38; D60241, 

GROSS, SOPHIE. 
The nursery school of the air, a television 
program. © Sophie Gross; Ic 30Dec48; 
DU17788. 

GROSS, Stephen. 
Aftermath. DU19928, SEE Merrill, 
Mildred Henry. 

GROUSE Pierre. DU18748. SEE Aldrich 
Family, no. 476. 

GROWTH OF THE MIND (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Albert Morris 
Kane. © Albert M. Kane. 

[1] © Ic 8Nov48; DU17816. 

15. © Ic 7Feb49; DU18432. 

16. © Ic 14Feb49; DU18528. 

17. © Ic 24Feb49; DU18773. 

18. © Ic 28Feb49; DU18804. 

26. © Ic 9May49; DU19910. 

27. © Ic 13May49; DU19959. 

28. © Ic 23May49; DU20100. 

GRUBBS, WILLIAM HERSCHEL. 
De Lord's winter apples, a darky preacher's 
vision of life in the Garden of Eden. Ab- 
breviated for records. © William Herschel 
Grubbs, Sr.; Ic 10jan49; C3363. 



GUENEVER. DU19617, 
Herbert Oswald, 



SEE Kubly, 



GUESS again. C3679. SEE Whitney, Helen 
Lenore. 

GUESSING, C3359. SEE Broyles, Horace 
Ney. 

GUESTS. DU19734, SEE Martin, Thomas 
Andrew, 

GUIBORD, PHILIP ARTHUR, 
Freddie the great; a come(fy in three acts, 
by Phil Arthur [pseud,! © Phil Arthur; 
Ic 13Apr49; DU19578, 

GUINEA galL DU20458, SEE Patterson, 
Thomas McEvoy, 

THE GUINEA pig, DP20112, SEE 
Chetham-Strode, Warren, 

GUNZBURG, MILTON LOWELL. 
Articulate conception, a comedy drama in 
three acts, © Milton Lowell Gunzburg; 
Ic 22jan49; DU18105, 

GUS Lesnevich, C3685, SEE The American 
Way (Radio program) 

GUYON, Dorothy M, SEE 
Lane, Dorothy Mildred Guyon, 

GYLDENDAL Norsk For lag, 
Befrielse, DP18860. SEE Nilsen, Ernst, 

GLYDENDALSKE Boghandel Nordisk For lag, 
Hende vi glemmer. DP18916, SEE 

FischGi* T 6ck 
Idyllen. DP18915, SEE Rode, Edith 
(Nebelong) 

THE GYPSY baron, DU20282. SEE Strauss, 
Johann, 

THE GYPSY remains, DU17817, SEE 
Kaufmann, George Sothern. 



37 



H 



H. W. Buddemeier Company. SEE 
Buddemeier (H. W,) Company, 

HAAS, Charles F. 
The lady or the tiger? DU19007. SEE 
Your Show Time (Television program) 

HABEN. DU18051. SEE Hay, Julius. 

HACKETT, RITA. 
'49 — magazine of television. Television 
script, Jan, 19, 1949, © The Crosley 
Broadcasting Corp,; Ic 22jan49; C3292. 

HACKETT, WALTER, 
After the fog lifts, a play in one act. 
Boston, Baker's Plays [19491. 24 p. 
illus. (Baker's royalty plays) © Walter 
H. Baker Co.; 10Mar49; DP19230. 

HAGER, FRANZISKA. 
Thamar, Tr^odie in drei Akten von 
Franziska Hager; Muzik von Wilhelm 
Mauke, Klavierauszug mit Text. Wien, 
Universal-Edition A.G., cl921. 215 p. 
© Universal-Edition A.G. ; 28Dec21: 
DP17798. 

HAIL Caesar. DU19675. SEE The Green 
Hornet, no. 937. 

HAIL to the Chief. DU19858. SEE Colby, 
Archie. 



A HAIR perhaps. 
Norman Henry, 



DP20450, SEE Filbert, 



HAISLIP, HARVEY SHADLE. 
The deep six; a play concerning women in 
naval uniform, in three acts, © Harvey 
Shadle Haislip; Ic 27Apr49; DU19787, 

HALE, BRYANT MCINTYRE. 
The Hollywood legend, a musical play in 
two acts by Bryant M. Hale. Music by 
Bryant M. Hale and Al Dary, [Text and 
music on separate leaves] © Bryant 
Mclntyre Hale; Ic 24May49; on revisions; 
DU20255. Prev. reg. "Salt water daffy"; 
26Mar43; D76227. 

HALE, NATHAN. 

Goodbye, Hollywood. DP20103. SEE 
Hale, Ruth, 

Hoppsville holiday, a comedy in three acts, 
by Nathan and Ruth Hale. Evanston, 111., 
Row, Peterson [1949]. 104 p. illus. (A 
Row -Peterson play) © Row, Peterson & 
Co.; 28Feb49; DP19874. 

HALE, RUTH. 

Goodbye, Hollywood; a comedy in three 
acts, by Ruth and Nathan Hale. Cedar 
Rapids, la., Heuer Pub. Co., cl949. 96 p. 
illus. © Edward I. Heuer; 13May49; on 
revisions; DP20103. Prev. reg. "There'll 
come a day", 10Sep46; DP5441. 

HoppsviUe holiday. DP19874, SEE Hale, 
Nathan. 

THE HALEYVILLE hornet. DU20372. SEE 
Richards, Walter Auldon. 

THE HALF dead corpse, DU18853. SEE 
The Shadow, no, 361, 

HALF past 'teen, DP20152, SEE Henderson, 
John. 

HALFF, ALMA MURPHY, 
The jack pot, a play in one act, Boston, 
Baker's Plays [1949]. 21 p. (Baker's 
plays for amateurs) © Walter H. Baker 
Co.; 8Feb49; DP18573, 

HALL, BAIRD, 
The Hibbses of Vermont, Book 1, 
episode 1, [Radio script] © Baird Hall; 
Ic llMay49; DU19972, 

HALL, Gene, pseud. SEE Hanrahan, Gene. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



HALL, JOHN DAVIDSON. 
Passport to treason, an international 
three-act drama. © John Davidson HaU; 
Ic 22Jun49; DU20471, 



HALLMARK Productions, inc. 
The Lawton story. DP18356. 
Mildred A. 



SEE Horn, 



HALMAN, Doris F. 
Things for Sticky Bill to do. DU19423. 
SEE First Nighter, Feb. 3, 1949. 

HALO. DU19232. SEE Gaither, Gant. 

HAMBONE, the opossum. DU18009. SEE 
Cartoon Teletales, Jan. 2, 1949. 

HAMILTON, JAMES MARION. 
Love, faith, and prayer; a play in three 
acts. © James Marion Hamilton; Ic 
9Feb49; DU18457, 

HAMILTON, JOHN MERIDETH. 
King of the mountain, a play in two acts, 
© John Merideth Hamilton; Ic 22Jan49; 
DU18300. 

HAMILTON, Nancy, 
Our best girl. DU20155, SEE Hokinson, 
Helen. 



HAMLET in Prague. DU19971. 
Hochman, Eugene Joseph. 



SEE 



HAMMERSTEIN, Oscar. 
South Pacific. DU19879. SEE Rodgers, 
Richard, 

HAMMOND, GORDON, 
The dainty hyacinth, a comic opera in two 
acts, [Text only] © Gordon Hammond; 
Ic 6jan49; DU18639. 

HAMMOND, Laurence. SEE Keeping Up 
With the Wigglesworths (Radio program) 

HAMMOND (Laurence) Productions, inc. 
SEE Keeping Up with the Wigglesworths 
(Radio Program) 

HAMNER, EARL. 
The Neals and Orville; audition script, 
Mar, 2, 1949. © The Crosley Broadcast- 
ing Corp.; Ic 2Mar49; C3406. 
What's next? DU17984. SEE Filion, 
Ross, 

THE HANDS of death. DU19256. SEE 
Little Herman, no, 14. 

HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION, INC, 

Advance design for '49; recording script 
for Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corporation. © Chevrolet Motor 
Division, General Motors Corp,; Ic 
4Mar49; C3425. 

Any day in the year; recording script for 
Swift & Company, © Swift & Co,; Ic 
4Mar49; C3439. 

Beauty— with a purposel Pts. 1 and 2. 
Recording script for Chevrolet Motor Di- 
vision, General Motors Corporation, 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; Ic 4Mar49; C3426, 

The big day; recording script tor Frigidaire 
Division, General Motors Corp, © Frig- 
idaire Division, General Motors Corp; Ic 
25Apr49; C3617, 

Freddy, the Ford tractor, in "A guy's 
gotta breathe"; recording script for Dear- 
born Motors, © Dearborn Motors Corp,; 
Ic 25Apr49; C3620, 

Great opportunities; recording script for 
the Ralson Purina Co, © Ralston Purina 
Co.; Ic 25Apr49; C3608, 

Greater than ever; recording script for 
Frigidaire Division, General Motors 
Corporation, © Frigidaire Division, 
General Motors Corp.; Ic 4Mar49; C3431. 

Helping profits climb; recording script 
for Wyandotte Chemicals Corp, © Wyan- 
dotte Chemicals Corp.; Ic 25Apr49; C3612. 

The key to more sales; recording script 
for Delco-Remy Products Division. 



© Delco-Remy Division of General 
Motors Corp.; Ic 25Apr49; C3619, 

Let her help you sell! Recording script 
for Swift and Company. © Swift & Co.; 
Ic 4Mar49; C3440, 

Making the shoes fit; recording script 
for the Ralston-Purina Co, © Ralston 
Purina Co.; Ic 25Apr49; C3609, 

Modern commercial dish-washing; record- 
ing script for Wyandotte Chemicals Corp. 
© Wyandotte Chemicals Corp,; Ic 
25Apr49; C3613, 

More efficiency; recording script for 
Dowell, inc. © Dowell, inc.; Ic 4Mar49; 
C3429. 

Passing the know-how along; recording 
script for Frigidaire Division, General 
Motors Corporation. © Frigidaire Divi- 
sion, General Motors Corp.; Ic 4Mar49; 
C3432. 

The pay-off; recording script for the S, S. 
Kresge Company. © S. S. Kresge & Co,; 
Ic 4Mar49; C3437, 

Plan for action; recording script for the 
Falstaff Brewing Corporation. © Falstaff 
Brewing Corp,; Ic 4Mar49; C3430, 

Producing pork the Purina way; recording 
script for Ralston Purina Co, © Ralston 
Purina Co,j Ic 25Apr49; C3607. 

Proof; recording script for the Ralston 
Purina Co. © Ralston Purina Co.; Ic 
25Apr49; C3610, 

The reasons whyl Recording script for 
Swift and Company, © Swift & Co,; 
Ic 4Mar49; C3441. 

Recording for Plastics Division presenta- 
tion. Recording script for the Dow 
Chemical Co, © The Dow Chemical Co,; 
Ic 25Apr49; C3618, 

Sell accessories the Chevrolet way; re- 
cording script for Chevrolet Motor Divi- 
sion, General Motors Corporation, 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp,; Ic 4Mar49; C3427, 

Selling the other seven; recording script 
for Frigidaire Division, General Motors 
Corporation. © Frigidaire Division, 
General Motors Corp.; Ic 4Mar49; 
C3433, 

Servicing Frigidaire automatic electric 
dryers; recording script for the Frig- 
idaire Division of the General Motors 
Corporation. © Frigidaire Division, 
General Motors Corp,; Ic 4Mar49; C3434. 

Servicing Frigidaire ironers; recording 
script for Frigidaire Division, General 
Motors Corp, © Frigidaire Division, 
General Motors Corp.; Ic 25Apr49: C3616. 

Servicing Frigidaire rotary -type refriger- 
ating systems in Coca-Cola coolers; 
recording script for Frigidaire Division 
of the General Motors Corporation, 
© Frigidaire Division General Motors 
Corp,; Ic 4Mar49; C3435, 

Slidefilm review; recording script for the 
Ralston Purina Co, A script for Purina 's 
slidefilm review of their group selling 
slidefilms. © Ralston Purina Co.; Ic 
25Apr49; C3611. 

Startena film; recording script for Ralston- 
Purina Co. © Ralston Purina Co.; Ic 
4Mar49; C3438, 

Time for action; recording script for 
Century Metalcraft Corp. © Century Metal- 
craft Corp.; Ic 25Apr49; C3621. 

Touch all four to score; recording script 
for Mutual Benefit Health and Accident 
Association. © Mutual Benefit Health 
& Accident Assn.; Ic 25Apr49; C3615. 
Welcome to Armstrong; recording script 
for Armstroi^ Cork Company. © Arm- 
strong Cork Co.; Ic 4Mar49; C3424. 
What's new for '49; recording script for 
Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp. © Chevrolet Motor Divi- 
sion, General Motors Corp.; Ic 4Mar49; 
C3428, 
Yesterday becomes tomorrow; recording 
script for Nabisco Co. © National 
Biscuit Co. (Nabisco); Ic 25Apr49; C3614, 
You can't judge a book—; recording script 
for General Electric Company, © General 
Electric Co,; Ic 4Mar49; C3436. 

HANG fire. DU20245. SEE Zavidowsky, 
Bernard. 



HANG together. 
Leonard. 



DU19661. SEE Lee, 



HANGER, WILLIAM ARNOLD. 
Zee Tavern biere presentations, a dra- 
matic composition. 2 leaves, © Lafa- 
yette Brewery, inc.; Ic 3Feb49; DU18704. 

HANIG, DAVID. 
God in the cellar, a satirical fantasy in 
three acts. Based on the novel "The 
absolute at large" by Karel Capek. 
© David Hanig; Ic 23May49; DU20099, 



HANK Zanavragegy, 
John J, 



C3370, SEE Evans, 



HANRAHAN, GENE, 
The woman's opinion, by Gene Hall [pseud.] 
Radio script, April 5, 1949. © Gene 
Hanrahan; Ic 19Apr49; C3579. 

HANS. DP18730. SEE Barnouw, Erik. 

HANSEL and Gretel. DU20468. SEE 
Major, Clare Tree, 



HANSEL and Grettel, 
Lehr, Lew. 



DU19556. SEE 



HANSEN, OSKAR J. W. 
Proposed good neighbor monument for 
the Organization of American States at 
Washington, D. C. © Oskar J, W. Hansen; 
Ic 30Mar49; C3529. 

HANSEN, WALDEMAR EINER, 
August, a play in three acts. © Waldemar 
Hansen; Ic 30Dec48; DU17826. 

HANSON, MARY KATHRYN. 
Springtide of the stars, an original comedy 
in three acts. © Mary Kathryn Hanson; 
Ic 10Mar49; DU19018. 

HAPPINESS exchange. C3658. SEE Noe, 
James A, 

HAPPY birthday, SEE 
Brown, Margaret Wise, DU20337. 
Schwarz, Lewis E. C3790. 

HAPPY birthday to you. DU19878, SEE 
Evans, Marion Annette. 

HAPPY Easter. C3791. SEE Schwarz, 
Lewis E. 

THE HAPPY ending. DU19574. SEE 
Nordness, Orvin Lee. 

HAPPY ever after, DP17956. SEE Park- 
hirst, Douglass. 

HAPPY new century! DU19414. SEE 
Kelm, Karlton Adam. 

HAPPY theatre, DU19973, SEE Harris, 
Harriett M, 

HARCOURT, Brace and Company, inc. 
Six plays of Shakespeare, A32505, SEE 
Shakespeare, William, 

HARDEN, Virginia, SEE Stewart, 
Virginia Harden. 

HARDING, JOHN BRLMID, 
A place on earth, a play in two acts, 
© John Briard Harding; Ic 5May49; on 
revisions: DU20137, Prev. reg. "Come 
to life;" 7Sep48; DU16230. 

HARK, MILDRED. 

If we only could cook, a Thanksgiving play 
in one act, by Mildred Hark and Noel 
McQueen, New York, Play Club, cl948, 
(A Play Club selection, no, 20) © The 
Play Club; lDec48; DP18285, 

Nothing to be thankful for, a one act play, 
by Mildred Hark and Noel McQueen. 
New York, School Plays, cl948. 15 p. 
(A Play Club selection for the Young 
America play series) © School Plays, 
inc.; lDec48; DP18026. 



I 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



HARK, MILDRED. Cont'd. 

The star in the window, a one act play, 
by Mildred Hark and Noel McQueen, 
New York, Play Club, cl948. 18 p. 
(A Play Club selection, no. 23) © The 
Play Club; lDec48; DP19284. 

Vote for Uncle Sam, a patriotic play in 
one act, by Mildred Hark and Noel 
McQueen. New York, Play Club, cl948. 
13 p. (A Play Club selection for the 
Young America play series) © The 
Play Club; lDec48; DP18284. 

HARMON, CHARLOTTE BUCHWALD. 
You have to be crazy, a comedy in three 
acts. © Charlotte Buchwald Harmon; 
Ic 27Apr49; DU19788. 

HARMON, JAMES ORAN, 
Mrs. Johnson, a play in three acts, © James 
Gran Harmon; Ic 3Jan49; DU17831, 



HARMON, JOHN S. 

Rousseau. Discourse on inequality [and] 
treatise on political economy. Sugges- 
tions for Great Books leaders. Prelimi- 
nary draft. © Great Books Foundation; 
Ic 9Mar49; C3465. 

What do you think? SEE What Do You 
Think? (Television program) 

HARMONY of the bees. C3486. SEE Bacon, 
Chester Henry. 

HAROLD of England. DP18624. SEE 
Rainsford, Kerr, 

HARPEL, Bill. SEE Harpel, Willis Rus- 
sell. 



HARPEL, WILLIS RUSSELL. 
Bill Harpel's News notebook, [Sample 
radio script] © Willis R. Harpel; Ic 
14jan49; C3448. 
Words and music. [Sample radio script] 
© Willis R. Harpel; Ic 14Jan49; C3449. 



HARPER and Brothers. 
Typical Elizabethan plays. A28876. SEE 
Schelling, Felix Emmanuel. 

HARRINGTON, FRANCIS TIMOTHY. 
The great illusion, a lecture, © Francis 
T, Harrington; Ic 3Feb49; C3312, 

HARRIS, AURAND. 

Circus day, a play in four scenes. New 
York, S. French [1949]. 75 p. illus. 
© Samuel French; 5jan49; DP17959. 

Pinocchio and the Indians, by Aurand 
Harris. A dramatization of "Pinocchio 
in Africa" by Cherubini, from the Italian 
by Angelo Patri. © James Aurand Harris; 
Ic 23Feb49; DU18769. 

HARRIS, EDNA K. 
"And it came to pass," a pageant in two 
acts, by Edna K. Harris. Titled by the 
Rev. Alfred G. Dunston, Jr. © Mrs, 
Edna K. Harris; Ic 6Apr49; DU19428. 

HARRIS, GUY S. 
Spring planting, a comedy in three acts. 
© Guy S, Harris; Ic 7Feb49; DU18427. 

HARRIS, HARRIETT M. 
Happy theatre. Script no. 1. [for radio] 
© Harriett Harris; Ic 16May49; DU19973. 

HARRIS, James Aurand. SEE Harris, Aurand. 

HARRIS, SAMUEL B. 
The Burean system for marking literature. 
Supplement. 2d ed. © Samuel B, Harris; 
Ic 15Mar49; C3516. 

HARSANYI, Alexander. 
The crazy Mrs. Asvay, DU20264, SEE 
Harsanyi, Zsolt, 



HARSANYI, ZSOLT. 
The crazy Mrs. Asvay, a play in four acts. 
Tr. from the Hungarian by Alexander 
Harsanyi. © Roboz International Pro- 
ductions, inci; Ic 6Jun49; DU20264. 

HART, ABRAHAM LINCOLN. 
A champagne princess, a musical comedy 
in two acts and a prologue, by Lincoln 
Hart. [Text only] © Abraham Lincoln 
Hart; Ic 10Mar4g; DU19068. 
The cracked pot, a comedy in three acts. 
© Abraham Lincoln Hart; Ic llApr49; 
DU19488. 

HART, Lincoln. SEE Hart, Abraham 
Lincoln. 

HART, MOSS. 
Light up the sky, a play [in three acts] 
New York, Random House [1949]. 120 p. 
© Moss Hart; 3Mar49; DP19142. 

HARTE, Bret. 

Colonel Starbottle for the plaintiff. 
DU19402. SEE Your Show Time (Tele- 
vision program) 

The outcasts of Poker Flat. DU19228, 
SEE Heathcote, Alfred Fischer. 

Tennessee's partner. SEE Heathcote, 
Alfred Fischer. The outcasts of Poker 
Flat. DU19228. 

HARTOG, JAN DE, 
Skipper next to God; play in three acts, 
[New York] Dramatists Play Service 
[19491. 59 p. front. © Dramatists 
Play Service, inc.; 19May49; DP20135. 
Prev. reg. lApr47; D unp. 8417, 

HARTRYCE, JEAN SMITH. 
Walking the dc^, a play in three acts with 
prologue. © Jean Smith Hartryce; Ic 
22Mar49; on revisions; DU19200. Prev, 
reg, 14jun34; D29929, 

HARTWELL, Betty IsabeL 
Wanted: a father, DU19955, SEE Taussig, 
Stefan Simon, 

HARTYL, Macklym, pseud, SEE Black, 
Thomas Earl Howard. 

HASTY, Jack. SEE Jackson and Jill (Tele- 
vision program) 



A HAT with red roses. 
Darlington, Anne, 



DU19958, SEE 



HATVANY, Lilly. 
Adventure. DU19982. SEE Maray, Sandor, 

HAUCK, MARY BARNUM BUSH, 

The first singing of the Star Spangled Banner; 

presented by Dauphin County's 13th Annual 

Folk Festival "Americans AIL" © Mary 

Barnum Bush Hauck; Ic 10Jun49; DU20325. 

HAUG, CARL GOTTFRIED. 
The original Dixie platter party, a radio 
program, by Carl G, Haug and Jennie Lee 
Haug. © Carl G. Haug, Jennie Lee Haug; 
Ic 10Jan49; C3338. 

HAUG, Jennie Lee. 
The original Dixie platter party. C3338, 
SEE Haug, Carl Gottfried. 

HAUPTMANN, FRANZ. 
Die Entscheidung; Spiel aus dem Leben 
eines grossen Mannes. © Theaterverlag 
Eirich Ges. m.b.H.; Ic 19Apr48; DU18290. 

HAVE a lot of fun. DU20128. SEE Walling, 
Roy. 

HAWKES & Son (London) ltd. 
The beggar's opera. DP19127. SEE Gay, 

John. 
The little sweep. DP20323, SEE Britten, 
Benjamin. 

HAWSE, ELBERTA. 
To them that sit in darkness, a Christmas 
story presentation. Kansas City, Mo., 



39 



Lillenas Pub. Co., cl947. fl2] p. 

© Haldor Lillenas; 28Aug47; DP20414. 

HAWTHORNE, EARL J. 
Sports battle, by Earl J. Hawthorne and 
Edmund A. Barker. [Sample script] 
© Earl J. Hawthorne, Edmund A, Barker; 
Ic llApr49; C3555, 

HAY, JULIUS. 
Haben, Schauspiel von Julius Hay. Mit 
einem Vorwort von Lion Feuchtwanger. 
© Theaterverlag Reiss A.G.; Ic 12Jan49; 
DU18051. 



HAYCOX, Ernest. 
A day in town. DU17790. SEE 
Actor's Studio, no. 15. 



The 



HAZAM, Louis. 
Freedom is a home-made thing. DP18137. 

SEE National Broadcasting Company, inc. 
Second class citizens. DP19553. SEE 

National Broadcasting Company, inc. 

HAZELTON, RICHARD MARQUARD. 
The incubus, a play in three acts. © Richard 
M. Hazelton; Ic 28Feb49; DU18805. 



HE embraces me. 
Paul Elbert. 



DP18658. SEE Dees, 



HE stopped at the Bluestarlet's Inn, C3315. 
SEE Welz, John, 

HE who exalted himself. DU20384, SEE 

The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 114. 



THE HEAD of doom. 
Shadow, no. 353. 



DU17795, SEE The 



THE HEAD of the table, DU19011, 
The Eternal Light, no, 193. 



SEE 



HEADLINERS and sideliners, DP19143, 
SEE The Telerama Company, 

HEALEY, ROBERT M. 
Consign me to oblivion; or, Mr. Bach comes 
to .courti A one-act comeety in sonata 
form, © Robert M, Healey; Ic 31jan49; 
DU18683, 



HEALY, Bob. 
Family album. DU20157, 
Donald William. 



SEE Forslund, 



HEANEY, PAUL GERARD. 
Names of blaSphemy, a play in eight scenes. 
© Paul Gerard Heaney; Ic 27Apr49; 
DU19786. 

HEAPS, Raymond B. 
Forever. DU19979. SEE McLaird, 
Arthur M. 



HEAPS, Seldon N. 
The enchanted attic. DP18638. 
Woolsey, Maryhale. 



SEE 



HEAR no evil, 
no. 370. 



DU19903. SEE The Shadow, 



HEARSAY, William, pseud. SEE Brate, 
Charlotte. 

HEART trouble. DP17955. SEE Taggart, 
Tom. 



HEAT lightning. DP20332. 
Robert Francis. 



SEE Carroll, 



HEATH, ANNA LENINGTON. 
Andy's antics, a comedy in one act. Cedar 
Rapids, la.. Art Craft Play Co., cl949. 
24 p. illus. (An Art Craft play) 
© J. Vincent Heuer; 6May49; DP19945. 

HEATHCOTE, ALFRED FISCHER. 
The outcasts of Poker Flat, a play in three 
acts. Based on two sketches by Bret 
Harte: "Tennessee's partner" and "The 
outcasts of Poker Flat." © Alfred Fischer 
Heathcote; Ic 24Mar49; DU19228. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



HEAVEN knows. DU20246. SEE Rosen- 
gren, Frank Duane. 

HEAVEN sent. SEE Waldron, Robert. 
Three citizens from heaven. DU20289. 

HEAVENLY music. DU19753, SEE Let's 
Pretend, Apr. 16, 1949. 

HEBERDEN, MARY VIOLET. 
First catch your hare, a short play in 
three acts. © Mary Violet Heberden: 
Ic 7Jun49; DU20285. 

HECHT, Ben. 
Concerning a woman of sin, DU19325. 

SEE The Actor's Studio, no. 26. 
Count Bruga. DU19797. SEE Ruric, 

Peter. 

HECUBA. DU20263. SEE Crane, Burton. 

HEDRICK, PAUL HARRINGTON. 
Jack-in-the-box, a 15-minute television 
show, by Paul Harrington Hedrick and 
Bernard Neville Craven. [Sample script] 
© Craven & Hedrick, inc.; Ic 17Mar49: 
DU19425. 

HEGELUND, FRED RASMUS. 
Turn back your heart, a comedy in three 
acts. © Fred Hegelund; Ic 12Apr49: 
DU19540. 

HEGER, ROBERT. 
Lady Hamilton, Opere in drei Akten, 
sieben Bilder und ein Epilog [von] 
Robert Heger. Klavierauszug mit 
Gesang von Anno Schmieden, Wien, 
Universal-Edition, cl941. 350 p. 
front. © Universal-Edition; 19Sep41; 
DPI 8606. 

HEIDEMAN, LEONARD MARTIN. 
The isles of Greece, a play in three acts. 
© Leonard Martin Heideman; Ic 
18Apr49; DU19604. 

HEIDT, Horace. SEE Horace Heidt Show 
(Radio program) 

HEIMAN, CYRIL POSES, 
House in the sun, a tragedy in three acts, 
by Cyril Heiman and Phillip Gelb. 
© Cyril Poses Heiman, Phillip S. Gelb; 
Ic 13Jan49; DU18422. 

HEINBERG, PAUL JULIUS, 
Combine G, a play in three acts, © Paul 
Julius Heinberg; Ic 4jan49; DU17868, 



HEIR to the flesh, 
Harriet. 



DU19181. SEE Hinsdale, 



HELBERG, BURTON EDWARD. 
A radio commercial for Jackson M. Potter 
real estate, Syracuse, New York. 1 leaf. 
© Burton Edward Helberg; Ic 22Nov48; 
DU18053. 

HE LI, Joe, pseud, SEE Liebau, Helene 
Hans. 

HELLENIC hour. C3589. SEE Glares, 
William G. 

HELLMAN, LILLIAN. 
Montserrat, a play in two acts. © Lillian 
Hellman; Ic 24Jun49; DU20482. 

HELLO America. C3795. SEE Farrell, 
Maury J. 

HELLO out there. DP20080. SEE Saroyan, 
William, 

HELPING profits climb. C3612, SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

HEMINGWAY, Ernest. 
The capital of the world, SEE Lacloche, 
A. Marie. Death in the night, DU19950. 

HENDE vi glemmer. DP18916. SEE 
Fischer, Leek. 



HENDERSON, JOHN. 
Half past 'teen; a comedy in three acts. 
Cedar Rapids, la., Art Craft Play Co., 
C1949. 80 p. (An Art Craft play) 
© J. Vincent Heuer; 25Feb49; DP20152, 



HENDL, Walter, 
Little brass band, 
Margaret Wise. 



DU20348. SEE Brown, 



HENGEHOLD, FERD J. 
Grandstand 



randstand managers, by Fred J. Henge- 
hold. [Continuity] © Ferd J. Hengehold; 
Ic 6May49; 0366^. 



HENGEHOLD, Fred J. 
Ferd J. 



SEE Hengehold, 



HENKIN, HOWARD HAROLD. 
The unsealed coffin, an original television 
drama, © Howard Harold Henkin; Ic 
28Apr49; DU19954, 

HENNEFELD, EDMUND BERTRAM. 
Darkness called night, a play in three acts. 
© Edmund Bertram Hennefeld; Ic 
llApr49; DU19700. 

HENNESSY, EDWARD WILLIAM. 
Terrible Terry O'Toole, a musical comedy 
in two acts. © Edward William Hennessy; 
Ic 25May49; DU20125, 

HENNING, Ruth. 
A shower for the bridesmaid. DU18550. 
SEE First Nighter, Dec. 9, 1948. 

HENNY Penny, DP19286. SEE Adam, 
Joseph. 

HENRY, Bruce L. 
Endless engineering. C3557. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 
Flsk Air-borne is different. C3718. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
The salesmaster series. C3719. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Streams of black gold. C3375, SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
The washer that couldn't happen, DU19509, 

SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
You asked for it. C3374. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 

HENRY, ELINOR BENIGNA. 
Father AuU's message to the world. In 
six chapters. © Elinor B. Henry; Ic 
13Jun49; C3769, 



HENRY Greenberg. C3744. 
can Way (Radio program) 



SEE The Ameri- 



HENRY Jones of Jones Junction, DU19620. 
SEE Draper, Walt. 

HEPBURN, DICK, 
The divorce comedy, a play in two acts. 
© Dick Hepburn; Ic 21Jun49; DU20475, 

HEPPLEDINK, Jerusha, pseud. SEE White- 
ford, Edith L. 

HER husband's ghost. DU18616, SEE 
Dr. Christian, no. 531. 

HERB Shriner television show. DU20233. 
SEE Marshall, Thomas. 

HERBERT, TERRY J. 
North of 36-30, an original screenplay, 
© Jerry J. Herbert; Ic 16Mar49; DU19151. 

HERBERT, MANUEL D, 
For old times' sake, a one-act play for 
two characters. New York, S, French 
[1949], 23 p, illus, © Samuel French; 
18Mar49; DP19318, 

HERE I must remain, DU19850. SEE 
Keller, Alvin Joseph, 

HERE we are, DU19857. SEE Folts, 
Harry Claude. 

LES HfiRITIERS Bouchard. DU19407. SEE 
Regnier, Max, 



40 



HERMAN, GERALD SHELDON. 
Step right up! A musical play in two acts 
by Jerry Herman. [Text and music on 
separate leaves] © Gerald Herman; Ic 
15Feb49; DU18584. 

HERMAN, the stupid cupid, DU20040. SEE 
Cartoon Teletales, Feb. 13, 1949, 

THE HERO worshipper. DU19036. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2510-1735. 

HEROISCHE Komodie. SEE Tagger, 
Theodor. Historische Draman. DP19373. 

HERR Grosz. SEE Jung, Franz. The way 
home. DU18903. 

HERSHENOW, HAROLD JOHN, 
The prefabricated dream, a comedy in 
three acts. © Harold Hershenow; Ic 
14Feb49; DU18543. 

HESS, MARY BRIM. 
Susan and the Elders, a play in three acts. 
© Mary Brim Hess; Ic lFeb49; DU18387. 

HETTLEMAN, BERTHA. 
The forbidden land, a play in three acts. 
Adapted from the book of the same title, 
© Bertha Hettleman; Ic 28Mar49; 
DU19294, 

HEUER, Edward I. 
Big as life. DP19933. SEE Russell, 

Earl Louis. 
Goodbye, Hollywood. DP20103. SEE Hale, 

Ruth. 
Three fingers in the door, DP20134, SEE 

Metcalfe, Felicia. 
Uninvited ghost. DP19946. SEE Rose, 

Le Roma. 
Wilbur faces life. DP17884. SEE Payton, 

Donald. 

HEUER, J. Vincent. 
Andy's antics. DP19945. SEE Heath, 

Anna Lenington. 
Gone about girls. DP19956. SEE Rose, 

Le Roma. 
Half past 'teen. DP20152, SEE Henderson, 

John. 
In the shadows. DP19943. SEE Rose, 

Le Roma. 
Taming the brat. DP19944. SEE Russell, 

Earl Louis. 
Wilbur faces facts, DP19984. SEE Payton, 

Donald, 

HEWSON, ISABEL MANNING, 
Before and after, an interior decoration 
television show. Episode 1. © Isabel 
Manning Hewson; Ic 12Dec48; C3339. 

HEXTER, LOUIS J. 
James Hickman vs. the people, a play in 
six scenes, by Louis J. Hexter and John W. 
Rice. © Louis J, Hexter, John W. Rice; 
Ic 4Mar49; DU19104. 



HEY hey, DU20373. 
Richardson. 



SEE Zellers, Parker 



HEYl This is it! DU19320. SEE Stewart, 
Horace Winfred, 

HEYWOOD, DOROTHY LOIS. 
It's great to be livin', an operetta in two 
acts, [Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Dorothy Lois Heywood; Ic 25Jan49; 
DU18572, 

THE HIBBSES of Vermont. DU19972. SEE 
Hall, Baird. 

THE HICK from Hicksville. DP20104. SEE 
Braun, Wilbur. 

HICKLING, JOHN. 
Concerto for voices. Episode no. 1. 
[Radio script] © John Hickling; Ic 
20Jun49; DU20467, 

HICKMAN, Carolyn Marie, 
The power of love and lyrics. DU18758. 
SEE Hickman, Sharpe Frost. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



HICKMAN, SHARPE FROST. 
The pcrwer of love and lyrics, a musical 
drama. 45 leaves. [Text only] 
© Carolyn Marie Hickman; Ic 2Feb49; 
DU18758. 

HICKS, WALTER ROBERT, 
Once upon a time; sample television pro- 
gram, © Walter Robert Hicks; Ic 
13Jan49; DU18621. 



HIDE and seek. C3666. 
Helen Lenore. 



SEE Whitney, 



HIDE and shriek. DU19846. SEE Sidlinger, 
Bruce C. 

HIGH Barbaree. DU18800. SEE Lux Radio 
Theatre, Jan. 24, 1949, 

HIGH button shoes. DP18357. SEE Long- 
street, Stephen, 

THE HIGH cost of living. DU19434, SEE 
First Nighter, Jan. 20, 1949. 

HILDA Brant. DU20144. SEE Weingarten, 
Aaron, 

HILFE, wir werden verjungt. DU18298. 
SEE Flur, Josef. 

HILFIKER, EARL L, 
The rabbit that runs on snowshoes; com- 
mentary and list of subjects for a sound 
film on the life of the snow shoe hare, 
© Earl L, Hilfiker; Ic 28Mar49; C3525. 

HILL, EOLA MITCHELL. 
To buy a star, a one-act play in two 
scenes. © Eola Mitchell Hill; Ic 8Mar49; 
DU18945. 

HILL, JAMES HENRY. 
Kill the umpire; or, The umpire. By James 
Hill and Harry Clork, [Film script] 
© John Beck; Ic 27May49; DU20159, 

HILLIARD, FRANK, 
Slender anchorage; or, House trailer. A 
play in three acts by Frank Hilliard and 
Violet Rodda. © Frank Hilliard, Violet 
Rodda; Ic 18Nov48; DU17812. 

HILLS, CONSTANCE HARVEY. 
Outpost of innocence; or, Souvenir from 
the mountain, A play In three acts, 
© Constance Harvey Hills; Ic 18Feb49; 
DU18654, 



HIM and her, 
Charles, 



DU19976. SEE Butt, Harold 



HIM or me. DU19865. SEE Oboler, Arch. 

HINGSTON, Harold L. 
Three citizens from heaven, DU20289, 
DU20446. SEE Waldron, Robert, 

HINRICHS, PAUL CHRISTOPHER. 
In all her glory, a fanciful comedy in two 
acts, © Paul Hinrichs; Ic 7Dec48; 
DU17813. 

HINSDALE, HARRIET, 
Heir to the flesh, a play in three acts, by 
Ramon Romero and Harriet Hinsdale. 
© Harriet Hinsdale, Ramon Romero; Ic 
28Feb49; DU19181. 

HIRSCH, SAMUEL, 
Repple-Depple, a play in three acts. 

© Samuel Hirsch; Ic 30Mar49; DU19312, 
Scatter my words, a play in one act. 

© Samuel Hirsch; Ic 5Jan49; DU17866. 
Subway rhapsody, a play in one act. 

© Samuel Hirsch; Ic 20Dec48; DU17994, 

HIS Excellency of Vilna, DP18469, SEE 
The Eternal Light, no, 211. 



HIS wife's first husband. DU17206, 
Bell, Stanley James, 



SEE 



HISTORISCHE Draman. 
Tagger, Theodor, 



DP19373, SEE 



HISTORY of the Peloponnesian War. SEE 
What Do You Think? Is war necessary? 
C3501, 



HIT the road. DU19803, 
Barry Conrad, 



SEE Kaye, 



HI-TEENERS, 
Peter A. 



DU18793. SEE Foglia, 



HITS for misses. AA119773. SEE Ingalls, 
Joyce. 

HIVNOR, ROBERT HANKS, 
The ticklish acrobat, a farce in four acts, 

© Robert Hivnor; Ic 28Apr49; DU19796. 
Too Many Thumbs, a three-act play. 

Minneapolis, Univ. of Minnesota Press 

[1949], 90 p. © Robert H. Hivnor; 

lApr49; DP19619. Prev. reg. 21Jul47; 

DU9900. 



HOBBIES— a must for cardiacs. 
SEE Bradie, Abram Barton. 



C3644. 



HOCHMAN, EUGENE JOSEPH. 
Hamlet in Prague, a play in five acts. 
© Eugene J. Hochman; Ic 10May49; 
DU19971, 

HODGE, Max, 

The appraisaL DU18700, SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, incj 

How to present, demonstrate, and sell. 
DU19505, SEE Wilding Picture Produc- 
tions, inc. 

Take it from "Bound-to-Happen O'Hoola- 
han." DU18078, SEE Wilding Picture 
Productions, inc. 

Treasure ho, DU20240. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

HODGES, ROBERT M. 
I didn't know what I was doing I No. 1 in a 
series of television dramas. © Robert 
M, Hodges; Ic 26Apr49; DU19759, 

HOERNER, Edward M, 
Happy birthday, C3790, SEE Schwarz, 

Lewis E, 
Happy Easter, C3791. SEE Schwarz, 

Lewis E. 
Merry Christmas. C3788, SEE Schwarz, 

Lewis E. 
You better get well. C3789. SEE Schwarz, 

Lewis E. 

HOFFMAN, EDWARD J. 

The Cote d'Azur, an illustrated lecture, 
© Franco-American Audio-Visual Distri- 
bution Center, inc.; Ic 7Feb49; C3326. 

Southern France, an illustrated lecture. 
© Franco-American Audio-Visual Distri- 
bution Center, inc.; Ic 7Feb49; C3327. 

HOFFMAN, EMANUEL. 
The martyrs, a play in three acts. 
© Emanuel Hoffman; Ic 23May49; 
DU20200, 

HOFFMAN (Raymond A,) Company. 
Achievement. DP19093. SEE Doht, Mary 
Frances Read. 

HOFRICHTER, Albert C, SEE The Voice 
of Christmas (Radio program) 

HOKINSON, HELEN. 
Our best girl, a play in three acts by 
Helen Hokinson and Nancy Hamilton. 
© Nancy Hamilton, Helen Hokinson; Ic 
25May49; DU20155. 

HOLD that camera, DP19607, SEE 
Kneeland, Edward S. 



THE HOLE in the wall, DU19027. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no, 2516-1741, 

HOLETON, ELIZABETH SUZANNE. 
Through many things. [Radio script] 
No. 1, Romance with PauL © Elizabeth 
Suzanne Holeton; Ic llApr49; DU19554. 



HOLIDAY eve, DP20109, SEE King, 
Philip, 

HOLIDAY time, C3785, SEE Sherman, 
Alexander, 

HOLLOW trumpet, DU18365, SEE Maloy, 
Richard. 

HOLLYWOOD Bowl Association, 
The pilgrimage play. DU19869. SEE 
Kachel, Arthur B. 

HOLLYWOOD haven. DU19167. SEE 
Gordon, Frances Romer, 



THE HOLLYWOOD legend, DU20255, 
Hale, Bryant Mclntyre. 



SEE 



HOLLYWOOD marriage. DU19833. SEE 
Bloom, Seymour L, 

HOLLYWOOD SCREEN TEST (Television 
program) Scripts in this series are by 
Lester H. Lewis. © Lester H. Lewis, 

Jan. 9, 1949. © Ic 9Jun49; DU20296, 
Mar, 13. 1949, © Ic 9Jun49; DU20297, 
June 4, 1949. © Ic 9Jun49; DU20298. 

HOLLYWOOD, the Red fortress in America, 
C3389, SEE Fagan, Myron Coureval, 

HOLMAN, BERTHA. 
Bright ember, a play in four acts by 
Barrett Howe [pseud.] © Bertha Holman; 
Ic 28Mar49; DU19296. 

HOLT, BARBARA JEAN. 
Vision in the night, a play in three acts. 
© Barbara Jean Holt; Ic 15Sep48; 
DU18502. 

HOLT, Felix. SEE 
The Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 

HOLT (Henry) and Company, inc. 
Short plays. A32492. SEE Knickerbocker, 
Edwin Van Berghen. 

THE HOLY night. SEE 
Blaydes, Eleanor Agnes. DU18364. 
Felkner, Myrtle E. DP17974. 

HOLZINGER, HAROLD THOMAS. 
It happened on an island, a dramatico- 
musical composition. [Text only] 
© Harold Thomas Holzinger; Ic 6jun49; 
DU20250. 

HOME, WILLIAM DOUGLAS, 
The Chiltern Hundreds; a comecfy in three 
acts. London, S, French [1949], 75 p, 
illus. (French's acting edition, no, 743) 
© Samuel French ltd,; 3Jan49; DP19288. 

HOME again, DU18079, SEE Mabeau, 
Michel M, 

HOME arenas. DU20272, SEE Raney, 
Rebekah Elizabeth. 

HOME In the dark. DU20440. SEE 
Schubert, Bernard S. 

HOME -longing. SEE Selden, Samuel. 
International folk plays, DP20078. 

HOME, suite, home. DU19241, SEE Rougas, 
Michael John, 

THE HOMEMAKERS treasure chest, 
C3472-3473. SEE Cox, Alphonsus Patrick. 

HOMER, the horse. DU18003. SEE 
Cartoon Teletales, Nov, 7, 1948, 

THE HONEST dope. DU18548. SEE First 
Nighter, Dec. 16, 1948. 

AN HONEST man. DU19047. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2518-1743. 

THE HONEYMOON is over. SEE 
Flaum, Ethel Sorin. DU20377. 
Stone, James Floyd. DP18636. 



41 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



HONEYSUCKLE homicide. DU19216. 
SEE Rule, Georgia Eugene. 

HONSBERGER, HERBERT MARSHALL, 
Melody Lane amateur song writing con- 
test. Radio-script, Apr. 23, 1949. 
© Herbert Marshall Honsberger; Ic 
28Apr49; DU19785, 

HONUS Wagner, C3686. SEE The Ameri- 
can Way (Radio program) 

HOP O' My Thumb. DU19754, SEE Let's 
Pretend, Apr, 23, 1949, 

HOPE deferred. SEE Davies, Robertson, 
Eros at breakfast, DP19801, 

HOPE, ALICE LIGHTNER. 
The gods have descended, a fantasy in 
three acts by Alice Lightner, © Mrs, 
Alice Lightner Hopf; Ic 28Mar49; 
DU19289, 

HOPKINS, EDWIN. 
The second son of God, a drama in three 
acts. © Edwin Hopkins; Ic 25Apr49; 
DU19702. 

HOPLEY-WOOLRICH, Cornell George, 
Three o'clock. DU19515, SEE The 
Actor's Studio, no. 27, 



HOPPSVILLE holiday. DP19874. 
Hale, Nathan. 



SEE 



HORACE HEIDT SHOW (Radio prt^ram) 
Scripts in this series are by Horace 
Heidt. © Horace Heidt. 

Jan. 9, 1949. © Ic 24Jan49; C3279. 

HORINE, CHARLES EDWIN. 
Fire sale, a farce comedy in three acts 
by Chuck Horner [pseud.] and Hank 
Miles. © Charles E. Horine, P. Henry 
Miles; Ic 18jan49; DU19251. 

HORN, MILDRED A. 
The Lawton story, including The Prince 
of Peace (the Wichita Mountain religious 
pageant). Original story by Mildred A, 
Horn; pageantry story by A. Mark Wal- 
lock; screen story by Scott Darling. 
Final shooting script^ © Hallmark Pro- 
ductions, inc.; 25jan49; DP18356. 

HORNER, Chuck, pseud, SEE Horine, 
Charles Edwin, 

THE HORNET and a sparrow, DU18158, 
SEE The Green Hornet, no, 911, 

THE HORNET gets a franchise, DU19048. 
SEE The Green Hornet, no, 919. 

THE HORNET plays Santa Claus, DU18329, 
SEE The Green Hornet, no. 903. 

HORNEZ, ANDRfi. 
Le chevalier Bayard; operette en^deux 
actes et quinze tableaux d'Andre Hornez 
et Bruno Coquatrix. Musique de Paul 
Misraki, [Text only] © Rayven Music 
Co., inc.; Ic lMar49; DU18837. 

HORSE thieves of Devil's Mesa. DU19350. 
SEE The Lone Ranger, no. 2522-1747. 

HOSKINS, KATHERINE DE MONTALANT, 
The enemy is life, a play in three acts. 
© Katherine de Montalant Hoskins; Ic 
15jun49; DU20398, 

HOSPITAL Street, DU19147, SEE Russota, 
Marvin Victor, 

HOSTETLER, Del, SEE Hostetler, Delbert 
Wayne, 

HOSTETLER, DELBERT WAYNE, 
The star bug, a farce in three acts by 
Del W. Hostetler. © Delbert Wayne 
Hostetler; Ic 18jan49; DU18068. 

HOT car center. DU20016. SEE The 
Green Hornet, no, 939, 



HOT seat hostage. DU19764. SEE Little 
Herman, no. 18. 

HOTCHNER, ARAN EDWIN, 
Kitten hips, a musical play by A. E. 
Hotchner and Helen Markel. [Text only] 
© A. E. Hotchner, Helen Markel; Ic 
lMar49; DU19077. 



HOUR before midnight. DP18168. 
Behrman, Chester Theodore. 



SEE 



THE HOUR OF ST, FRANCIS (Radio pro- 
gram) Scripts in this series are by Juanita 
Teresa Vaughan, unless otherwise indi- 
cated. © The Hour of St. Francis, 

The bell of Padre Junipero. © Ic 7Mar49; 

DU18953. 
The busiest lady. © Ic 3May49; DU19862. 
Good morning, Mr. Mayor. © Ic 

31Dec48; DU17832. 
I believe. © Ic 3May49; DU19861, 
In God we trust. © Ic 31Dec48; DU17835. 
The meaning of Christmas. © Ic 31Dec48; 

DU17834. 
Mission of blood, by Boniface Pfeilschifter 

and Juanita Teresa Vaughan. © Ic 

31Dec4B; DU17833. 
The morning of the west. © Ic 3May49; 

DU19859. 
The mystery of Sister Marie. © Ic 7Mar49; 

DU18954. 
The passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ ac- 
cording to plan, © Ic 3May49; DU19860. 
Patience has a story. © Ic 7Mar49; 

DU18951. 
Tough guy, by James Griffin Jay, © Ic 

31Dec48; DU17836. 
Where's my hat? © Ic 7Mar49; DU18952. 



THE HOUSE. 

Erik, 



DP18728, SEE Barnouw, 



A HOUSE divided, SEE Luce, Margaret. 
The rose in the cloister, DP18101, 

THE HOUSE in darkness. DU18107. SEE 
The Greatest Story Ever Told, no, 94, 

HOUSE in the sun, DU18422, SEE Haiman, 
Cyril Poses, 

THE HOUSE near Little Dock Street, 
DU20427, SEE The Cavalcade of America, 
no, 612, 



THE HOUSE of the ravens. 
The Shadow, no. 360. 



DU18856. SEE 



THE HOUSE of the world. DU18108. SEE 
Let's Pretend, Jan. 1, 1949. 

THE HOUSE of wonder. DU20412. SEE 
Fabian, Bunty. 



THE HOUSE on the lake. DP19089. 
Reach, James, 



SEE 



HOUSE trailer. SEE Hilliard, Frank. 
Slender anchorage. DU17812. 

HOUSEBOAT in Brooklyn, DU20409. SEE 
Little Herman, no. 24. 

HOUSEHOLD Finance Corporation, 
May I help you, please? DU18072. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Television spots, DU18385. SEE Wild- 
ing Picture Productions, Inc, 

HOUSTON, GEMMA D'AURIA, 
The answer, by Gemma d'Aurla, [Radio 

script] © Gemma d'Aurla (Houston); 

Ic 13Jun49; DU20376, 
World mother, a one-act play by Gemma 

d'Aurla, New York, S. French [1948], 

15 p, lUus. © Samuel French; 9Dec48; 

DP18095. Prev. reg, 13Apr47; D unp, 

8713. 

HOUSTON, Virginia Card. 
La travlata. DU20163. SEE Verdi, 
Gulseppe. 

HOW can you be famous? C3318. SEE 
What Do You Think? (Television program) 

42 



HOW people save in the United States. 
DU18981, DU20175. SEE Keeping Up 
With the Wigglesworths, nos. 96, 114. 

HOW six traveled through the world, 
DU19750. SEE Let's Pretend, Mar. 26, 
1949. 



HOW to get a male. DP18376. 
Stephenson, Shirley. 



SEE 



HOW to murder your husband, SEE 
Kirkpatrick, John, Lady-killers. 
DP19249, 

HOW to present, demonstrate, and selL 
DU19505. SEE Wilding Picture Produc- 
tions, inc. 

HOW we want to be remembered. DU19769. 
SEE Ford, Lota M. 

HOWARD, Fred, pseud, SEE Wright, 
Fred Howard, 

HOWARD, Marjorie. 
The busy buddies. DU18558. SEE 
Bourke, John James. 

HOWARD, Mary Louise. 
Mischief mountain. DU19658. SEE 
Klelne, Grace Ottllie, 

THE HOWARD Island gang. DU20322. SEE 
The Green Hornet, no. 946, 

HOWDY strangerl DU20260. SEE Flautz, 
John T. 

HOWE, Barrett, pseud. SEE Holman, 
Bertha. 

HOYT, NOYCE CLEMENT. 
The all American hill billy band contest. 

I Sample radio script] © Noyce Clement 
loyt, Jr,; Ic 14Mar46; C3542, 
The all Southwestern hill billy band contest, 

t Sample radio script] © Noyce Clement 
loyt, Jr,; Ic 14Mar49; C3543. 
The Texas all state hill billy band contest, 
[Sample radio script] © Noyce Clement 
Hoyt, Jr.; Ic 14Mar4d; C3544, 



HUBER, James G. 
After a fashion, DU18666. 
William H. 



SEE Long, 



HUCKLEBERRY Finn. DP19063, 
Whiting, Frank M. 



SEE 



HUDDLE, MAX BLAINE. 
The key to a prosperous economy. [Address] 
© Max B. Huddle; Ic 9Jun49; C3784. 

HUDKINS, PAUL DICKINSON. 
A new system for the American and Con- 
tinental codes. [Lecture] © Paul Dickinson 
Hudkins; Ic 20Apr49; C3594, 

HUDSON (J, L,) Company, 
Spring tonic, DU19739. SEE Edwards, 
Eleanor Jean. 

HUEBSCH, Edward, SEE Your Show Time 
(Television program) 

HUGHES, Elizabeth Wilson. 
Wantin fever. SEE Mayorga, Margaret. 
The best one-act plays of 1948-1949. 
AA117053. 

HUGHES, GLENN. 
Knock on wood, a mystery comedy in three 
acts. Boston, Baker's Plays [1949], BO p, 
illus. (Baker's royalty plays) ©Walter 
H. Baker Co.; 13Apr49; DP19587. 



HUGHES, Langston, 
Troubled Island, DP19449. 
William Grant. 



SEE Still, 



HUGHES, Russell. SEE 
The Cavalcade of America (Radio program) 

HUGO, Victor Marie. 
Les miserables. DU19195. SEE Your 
Show Time (Television program) 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



HULL, Stacy, pseud, SEE Bachmann, 
Robert Alexander. 

THE HUMAN bite-o-meter. SEE Lawless, 
Grace Theo. Recipes men like. DU19224. 

HUMAN RELATIONS FILMS. 

A feeling of importance. Recording 
script, no. 4805. © Human Relations 
Films; Ic 3jan49; C3258. 

Self respect and the respect of others. 
Recording script, no. 4806. © Human 
Relations Films; Ic 3Jan49; C3259. 

Understanding yourself. Recording scripts, 
pts. 1-4, nos. 4801-4804. © Human Re- 
lations Films; Ic each 3Jan49; C3254- 
3257. 



HUMAN relations in supervision. 
Armstrong Cork Company. 



SEE 



HUMMERT, Anne. SEE Mr. Chameleon 
(Radio program) 

HUMMERT, Frank. SEE Mr. Chameleon 
(Radio program) 

HUMPHREY, the camel. DU20042. SEE 
Cartoon Teletales, Feb. 27, 1949. 

HUNTER, HELEN. 
Sudden romance, a play in three acts. 
© Helen Hunter; Ic 17Jan49; DU18065. 

HURD, REGINALD GARFIELD. 
Savior from Agnew Alley, a play in three 
acts, by Reggie Hurd. © Reginald 
Garfield Hurd, Jr.; Ic 17May49; DU20061. 

HURLEY, GENE. 
Red spy. [Film script] © Transcontinehtal 
Productions, inc.; Ic 19Apr49; DU19628. 

A HUSBAND'S rights. DU18530. SEE 
Gilchrist, Eleanor. 

HUTCHINGS, O'GENE MOORE. 
The shirt-tail decision; or. Truth with 
apple. A comedy in three acts. © O'Gene 
Moore Hutchings; Ic llMar49; DU19321. 

HUTCHISON, CHARLES BURROW. 
Texas tideland oil property plan for Texas. 
© Charles B. Hutchison; Ic 22Jan49; 
C3352. 

HYDE Park Baptist Church. SEE 
Chicago. Hyde Park Baptist Church. 

HYGIENIC Productions, inc. 
The men's lecture. C3304. SEE 

Meade, Charles R. 
The women's lecture. C3303. SEE 
Meade, Charles R. 



I believe. DU19861. SEE The Hour of 
St. Francis (Radio program) 

I can't breathe. DU19659. SEE The 
Actor's Studio, no. 29. 

I choose Daddy. DU18846. SEE Dr. 
Christian, no. 535. 

I dident have a date in 1948. DU18777. 
SEE Mabry, Irene B. 

I didn't know what I was doingi DU19759. 
SEE Hodges, Robert M. 

I didn't say a word. DU18416. SEE 
Wren, Micajah. 

I got a house. SEE Eady, David. Items 
from May Week revue. DP18104. 

I had no chance to live. SEE Bey, Abdul 
Ahmad. Fear. DU19210. 

I lived through it, DU19204, SEE Soares, 
Irineu de Macedo. 

I love you. DU20149. SEE Murray, Norbert. 

854120 O - 49 - 7 



I love you truly. DP19395. SEE 
Birdsall, Elizabeth Montague. 

I made Christ's cross. DP20526. SEE 
Averill, Esther (Cunningham) 

I should have stood in bed. DU19576. 
SEE Silverman, Howard Allen. 

I weep red tears. DU18807. SEE Di Salvo, 
Joseph John. 

IBSEN, HENRIK. 
Peer Gynt, English version by Norman 
Ginsbury. Foreword by Tyrone Guthrie. 
London, Hammond, Hammond [1946] 
170 p. illus. © Norman GinsDury^ 
3May46; on translation; AI-1990. 

IDYLLEN. DP18915. SEE Rode, Edith 
(Nebelong) 

IF there isn't. DU19656. SEE Genther, 
Shirley Babcock. 

IF we only could cook. DP18285. SEE 
Hark, Mildred. 

IF you don't weaken. DU18129. SEE 
Taubes, Frank. 

IGNAT, JOSEPH ALLEN. 
Love thy neighbors, a radio and television 
program. © Joseph Allen Ignat; Ic 
llFeb49; DU18475. 

IL a tue mon ame. SEE Tremois, Edge. 
Eau trouble. DU19822. 

ILIDON. DU18670. SEE Moase, George 
Hewitt. 

I'LL keep the land. DP20477. SEE 
Ragg, Louis Gladstone. 

ILL wind. DU18644. SEE Peifer, Albert H. 

ILLIG, CarL 
Between us the dark. DU20434. SEE 
Key, Naiad Cresap. 

ILTIS, HUGO. 
Immortal refugee, the romance of Heinrlch 
Heine In six parts, by Hugo Bodansky 

t pseud.] © Hugo litis; Ic 4Jan49: 
)U17871. 

I'M blossoming. DU19856. SEE Teasley, 
Gerri Farrar. 

I'M no hero. DU17987. SEE The Actor's 
Studio, no. 16. 

IMAGINATION. DU20268. SEE Oboler, 
Arch. 

IMMORTAL refugee. DU17871. SEE 
litis, Hugo. 

IMMORTAL son. DP19586. SEE London, 
Hannah Ruth. 

IMPASSE. SEE Mayorga, Margaret. The 
best one-act plays of 1948-1949. 
AA117053. 

THE IMPEACHMENT of Andrew Johnson. 
DU19083. SEE You Are There, no. 68. 

THE IMPEACHMENT of Supreme Court 
Justice Samuel Chase. DU20131. SEE 
You Are There, no. 79. 

THE IMPORTANCE of being important. 
DP17953. SEE Taggart, Tom. 

IMPORTANCE of small business, DU18973, 
DU20183. SEE Keeping Up With the 
Wlgglesworths, nos. 104, 122. 

IMPOSSIBLE man. DU20509. SEE 
Nelson, Jack T. 

AN IMPROVED method of teaching account- 
ing fundamentals. C3336. SEE Murphy, 
Thomas R. 



43 



IN all her glory. DU17813. SEE Hlnrichs, 
Paul Christopher. 

IN distant land. DU19105. SEE Felth, 
Erwln Peter. 

IN God we trust. DU17835. SEE The 
Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

IN Henry's back yard. DP 1846 8. SEE 
The Eternal Light, no. 208. 

IN histrionic circles. SEE Eady, David. 
Items from May Week revue. DPI 8104. 

IN person. DU17823. SEE Adler, Paul F. 

IN Pesach land, DPI 9208. SEE Freehof, 
Lillian S. 

IN sand. DU20311. SEE Yeats, John 
Butler. 

IN the Americas. DU20394. SEE Muller, 
Carl. 

IN the light of the Christmas candle. 
C3386. SEE The Voice of Christmas 
(Radio program) No. 11. 

IN the shadows. DP19943. SEE Rose, 
Le Roma. 

IN this corner, DU18944, SEE Rivera, 
Art, 

IN time to come. DU19735. SEE 
Foreman, Myrtle. 

IN Washington, D. C. DU19221. SEE 
Aldrlch Family, no. 489. 

THE INCREDIBLE robbery. DU18326. 
SEE The Green Hornet, no. 900, 

THE INCRIMINATING papers, DU19282. 
SEE The Adventures of Frank Merrlw ell, 
no. 125. 

THE INCUBUS. DU18805. SEE Hazelton, 
Richard Marquard. 

THE INDIGO girl. DU18106. SEE The 
Cavalcade of America, no, 592. 

INEBRIETY. DU19403. SEE Minardi, 
Ruggero. 

THE INEXPERIENCED ghost. DU17787. 
SEE The Actor's Studio, no. 6. 

INFORMATION PLEASE (Radio program) 
Scripts In this series are by Dan Golen- 
paul. © Dan Golenpaul. 

29-34. Apr. 9, 16, 23, 30, May 7, 14, 
1948, © Ic each 15Nov48; C3242-3247, 

35-40, May 21, 28, June 4, 11, 18, 25, 
1948. © Ic each 3Jan49; C3248-3253. 

INGALLS, JOYCE. 
Hits for misses, a Baker's dozen of char- 
acter sketches for teen-aged girls, 
Boston, Baker's Plays [19491. 64 p, 
© Walter H, Baker Co.; 3jun49; AA119773. 

INGE, WILLIAM MOTTER. 
Come back, little Sheba; a play In six 
scenes. © William Inge; Ic 22Mar49; 
DU19202, 

INHERIT the wind, DU18438. SEE 
McLaln, Gene Arthur. 

INJUN Devil, DU18321, SEE The Challenge 
of the Yukon, no, 592, 

INLAND Steel Company. 
The American economy. C3655. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
What do you want? C3656. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, Inc. 

THE INNKEEPER. DP18633. SEE 
Ashton, Leonora Sill. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE INS and outs, DP20327. SEE 
Stirling, Nora. 

INSIDE story. DU19298. SEE Evensen, 
Isobel. 

THE INSIDE story of lubricating oil, 
DU18706, DU18714. SEE Fairbanks 
(Jerry) inc, 

THE INSIDE story of modern gasoline, 
DU18785, SEE Fairbanks (Jerry) inc, 

INSIDE the book, DPI 8027, SEE Berson, 
Lillian, 

INSURANCE. DU18971, DU20212. SEE 
Keeping Up With the Wigglesworths, 
nos. 106, 126. 

INTERDIT au public. DP19820. SEE 
Domes, Roger, 

INTERNATIONAL airport, DU19775, SEE 
Roeburt, John, 

INTERNATIONAL Bureau voor Auteurs- 
recht, N,V, 

Es kann nicht in die Zeitung, DU19977. 
SEE Leyden, Jan van, 

INTERNATIONAL folk plays. DP20078, 
SEE Selden, Samuel 

INTERNATIONAL Harvester Company, 
Keep it alive, C3413, SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc, 

THE INTERNATIONAL model plane contest, 
C3558, SEE Wilding Picture Productions, 
inc. 

INTERNATIONAL quiz. C3678. SEE 
Materna, Ted Oscar. 

THE INVADERS, DU19670, SEE The 
Green Hornet, no, 932, 

INVESTMENT required to create jobs in 
various enterprises, DU18975, DU20491. 
SEE Keeping Up With the Wigglesworths, 
nos, 102, 132, 

THE INVISIBLE boundary. DU19489. SEE 
Baker, Joan Prentis, 

THE INVISIBLE eye. DU19517. SEE 
First Nighter, Mar. 3, 1949. 

THE IRISH in us. DU18080. SEE Fogarty, 
Stephen Richard. 

IRISH miracle. DPI 8825. SEE Fone, 
Stefanie. 

THE IRON hearse. DU20024. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2541-1766. 

IRON lace. DU19935. SEE Storey, Violet 
AUeyn. 

IS ambition good or bad? C3319. SEE 
What Do You Think? (Television program) 

IS faith better than reason? C3323. SEE 
What Do You Think? (Television program) 

IS good— eggs. DU20364, SEE Dr. 
Christian, no. 550. 

IS it a crime to start a war? C3320. SEE 
What Do You Think? (Television program) 

IS man superior to the state? C3334. SEE 
What Do You Think? (Television program) 

IS war necessary? C3501. SEE What Do 
You Think? (Television program) 

ISAACS, Edward, 
Headliners and sideliners. DP19143. 
SEE The Telerama Company. 

ISABELLA, Michael, 
Aunt Alice's pyramid, DU19535. SEE 
Kessler, Aaron James. 



ISKOLDOFF, EUGENE. 
The virgin of the fire, a three-act play. 
© Eugene Iskoldoff; Ic 17Jan49; DU18067. 



THE ISLES of Greece. DU19604. 
Heideman, Leonard Martin. 



SEE 



IT belongs to me. DP19283. SEE Kern, 
Dorothy. 

IT came to pass. SEE Barr, Isabel 
(Harriss) Jericho Road, DP20408. 

IT can happen to you tool DU19178. SEE 
Saeta, Minerva. 



IT could happen again. DU19513. 
Rowe, Margaret Jaques. 



SEE 



IT depends what you mean. DU20224. 
SEE Mavor, Osborne Henry. 
SEE ALSO his John Knox, and other plays. 
AI-2261. 

IT happened on an island. DU20250, SEE 
Holzinger, Harold Thomas. 



IT pays to laugh. C3675. 



IT pays to remember. DU18744. 
Balthrope, Charles W. 



SEE Sill, Sanford. 
SEE 



IT wasn't Pandora. DU19536. 
Kilgariff , John James. 



SEE 



ITEMS from May Week revue. DP 181 04. 
SEE Eady, David. 



IT'S a betl DU17890. 
Harrison. 



SEE Orkow, Ben 



IT'S a deaL DU18121. SEE Jackson and 
Jill (Television program) 



IT'S a hit. DU18737, 
Wieder. 



SEE Sievers, David 



IT'S a red string, DU19867, SEE Morey, 
Frank L. 



IT'S for free, DU20293 
Catherine Elizabeth. 



IT'S fun to be neat, 
Sylvia. 



SEE McDonald, 
DP19301. SEE Winant, 



IT'S fun to learn, DU18701. SEE Pearl- 
stein, Morton, 

IT'S great to be livin'. DU18472. SEE 
Heywood, Dorothy Lois. 

IT'S show time. DU19448. SEE Batik, 
Albert Lloyd, 

ITZKOWITZ, BERNARD, 
The greatest man in the world, a comedy 
in three acts. © Bernard Itzkowitz; Ic 
29Dec48; DU18415. 



IVE been here before. DU20242. 
Ormont, Louis Robert. 



SEE 



J. D. Trop Productions, inc. SEE Trop 
(J. D.) Productions, inc. 

"j" is for Jason, DU18717. SEE Wittels, 
Herbert G. 

J. L. Hudson Company. SEE Hudson (J. L.) 
Company, 

LES J3, DP18511. SEE Ferdinand, Roger. 

J. Walter Thompson Co. SEE Thompson 
Q. Walter) Co. 

JACK, Mrs, Ellis. SEE Jack, Gladys Gates. 

JACK, GLADYS GATES. 
Lady Washington, a play in three acts. 
Based on "A man's wife" by Howard 



44 



Fast. © Gladys Gates Jack (Mrs. 
Ellis Jacl^; Ic 16Jun49; DU20392. 

JACK. DU19300. SEE Carney, Thomas 
Cleveland. 

JACK and Jill. DP17963. SEE Polley, 
Sydney Arthur, 

JACK and Jill series. SEE Mission Bell 
Film Productions, inc, 

JACK and the beanstalk. DU19666. SEE 
Cott, Ted. 

JACKDempsey. C3288. SEE The American 
Way, C69. 

JACK-in-the-box. DU19425. SEE Hedrick, 
Paul Harrington. 

JACK Stewart. C3743. SEE The American 
Way (Radio program) 

JACKIE Robinson. C3684. SEE The 
American Way (Radio program) 

JACKPOT. DU18600. SEE The Green 
Hornet, no. 915. 

THE JACK POT. DPI 8573. SEE Halff, 
Alma Murphy, 

JACKSON, Jill, pseud, SEE Schwartz, 
Alice. 

JACKSON AND JILL (Television program) 
Scripts in this series are by various 
authors. © Jerry Fairbanks, inc. 

The Grand Lama laughed, by Lou Lilly 
and Jerry Fairbanks. © Ic 21Feb49; 
DU18723. 

It's a deal, by Jack Hasty and Jerry Fair- 
banks. © Ic 24jan49; DU18121. 

Let 'em eat cake, by David Victor, Herb 
Little, Jr., and Jerry Fairbanks. © Ic 
21Feb49; DU18721. 

The lost bookend, by Jerry Fairbanks and 
Donald H. Johnson, © Ic 28Feb49; 
DU18802. 

Trouble: it's a gift. By David Victor, 
Herb Little, Jr., and Jerry Fairbanks. 
© Ic 24Jan49; DU18122. 

Who's who, by Jack Hasty and Jerry Fair- 
banks. © Ic 21Feb49; DU18722, 

JACOB'S well. DU19765. SEE Ellis, 
Flenoid. 

JACOBSON, LOUIS JOSIA. 

Carmen; play-opera written and produced 
for television. © Louis Josia Jacobson; 
lMar49; DP19501. 

La traviata; play-opera written and pro- 
duced for television. © Louis J. Jacobson; 
lMar49; DP19502. 

JACOBSON, OTTO. 
Das Narrengericht, ein marchenhafter 
Schelmenstreich. Kcmodie in drei Akten 
von Jakob Anderer [pseud,] unter teil- 
weiser Benutzung ernes Fabelstoffes aus 
"El Conde Lucanor" von Don Juan ManueL 
© Jakob Anderer (pseud, of Otto Jacobson) ; 
Ic 7Feb49; DU18450. 

THE JADE buddha. DU17981. SEE Little 
Herman, no. 2. 

JAFFEY, Betty. SEE Segal, Bessie Jaffey. 

JAM Handy Organization, inc. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

JAMES, ENNA NIELSEN. 

Dear mom, a Mother 's Day skit. © Wet- 
more Declamation Bureau; lSep48; 
DP18373. 

Faith is the victory; inspirational pageant 
in one act. © Wetmore Declamation 
Bureau; lSep48; DP18374. 

JAMES, Henry. 
The American. DU19413. SEE Browne, 
Ellen Van Volkenburg. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



JAMES, Henry. Cont'd. 
The Aspern papers. SEE Roeder, Ralph 

Leclercq. The lonely and the free. 

DU19782. 
The Bostonians. DU19510. SEE Qulnn, 

Alison. 
The real thing. DU18522, SEE Your 

Show Time (Television program) 

JAMES, Jay, pseud. SEE Boyles, Raymond 
James. 

JAMES, POLLY. 
Mr. Crescendo, a comedy with music in 
two acts. [Text only] © Polly James; 
Ic 14Feb49; DU18560. 

JAMES Hickman vs. the people. DU19104. 
SEE Hexter, Louis J. 

JAMESTOWN, C3538. SEE Perlcins, 
Lewis Bryant. 

JAMPEL, CARL. 
Your friend — the swindler; audition 
script. © Banner Records, inc.; Ic 
23Mar49; DU19211. 

JANGEN, Ivan. SEE Jorgensen, Henry 
Irvan. 

JANGEN, Jean. SEE Jorgensen, Elizabeth 
Watkins. 

JANSS, ELIZABETH. 
Kitchen privileges, a quiet comedy in 
two acts, by Betty Janss. © Mrs, Eliza- 
beth Janss; Ic 2May49; DU19851, 

JARED, Charles, 
Come back soon. DU18646. SEE 
Phillips, Wendell K. 

JAY, Helen. 
Love on the wing, DU18401, SEE Jay, 
Verne Roosevelt, 

JAY, James Griffin, SEE The Hour of 
St, Francis (Radio program) 

JAY, VERNE ROOSEVELT. 
Love on the wing, a radio play by Verne 
and Helen Jay. © Verne Roosevelt Jay, 
Helen Jay; Ic 4Feb49; DU18401. 

JAZZ band. DU20421. SEE Williams, Jay. 

JEAN, MONIQXJE. 
A trick of the moon; or. Full moon. A 
play in one act. © Monique Jean; Ic 
23Feb49; DU18766. 

JEANY, more musicl DU17969. SEE 
Palma, Anthony, 

JEFF, DU20486, SEE Casey, Walter 
Sweeney, 

JEFFREY, CHARLES F. 
The medicine of Hau Sao [a play in two 
scenes]. London, S. French [19481. 
27 p, illus, (French's acting edition, 
no, 866) © Samuel French ltd.; 
31Dec48; DP20110. 

JENKINS, HELEN DAY, 
Why worry? A comedy in two acts by 
Helen Day, © Helen Day Jenkins; Ic 
18Jan49; DU20536. 

JENNY kissed me. DP19128. SEE Kerr, 
Jean. 

JENSEN, EILEEN STITH, 
Pink — with feathers, a one-act play for 
women, © Eileen S. Jensen; Ic 8Jun49; 
DU20283, 

JERICHO Road. DP20408. SEE Barr, 
Isabel (Harriss) 

JEROME, HELEN (BRUTON) 
The cricket on the hearth, a fairy-tale of 
home in three chirps. Dramatized from 
the little story by Charles Dickens. 



London, S. French [1948]. 55 p. 
(French's acting edition, no. 224) 
© Helen Jerome; 4Feb48; DP18358. 



JERRY ButterbaU, DU19626, SEE 
Nicholson, Daniel Vernon. 

JERRY Devine Productions. SEE Devine 
(Jerry) Productions. 

JERRY Fairbanks, inc. SEE Fairbanks 
(Jerry) inc. 

JET test, DU19041, SEE The Green 
Hornet, no. 915, 

THE JEWELS of the Kingdons. DU18155, 
SEE The Green Hornet, no, 908, 

JEWETT, Sarah Orne. 
An only son. DU19400. SEE Your Show 
Time (Television program) 

JEWISH Theological Seminary of America. 
SEE The Eternal Light (Radio program) 

JIM Belden's secret. DU18160. SEE 
The Challenge of the Yukon, no. 597. 

JIM Pemberton and his boy Trigger. 
DU18402, DU18447, SEE The Actor's 
Studio, no. 20. 

JIMMY'S birthday cake. DU18165, SEE 
The Challenge of the Yukon, no. 602. 

JIMSAKS. SEE Saks, James H. 

JOAN d'Arc, DU20368, SEE Fixel, 
Arthur Ellis. 

JOBS for sale. DU20321. SEE The 
Green Hornet, no. 947. 

JOCASTE. DU19596. SEE Molinaro, 
Ursule. 

JOE Falcaro. C3748. SEE The American 
Way (Radio program) 

JOE Fulks. C3691. SEE The American 
Way (Radio program) 

JOE McCarthy. C3741. SEE The Ameri- 
can Way (Radio program) 

JOE McSween's atomic machine. DU19115. 
SEE The Actor's Studio (Television 
program) No. 24. 

JOE the great. DU20456. SEE Seller, 
Conrad. 

John, Evan, pseud. SEE Simpson, Evan 
John. 

JOHN F. Trommer, inc. SEE Trommer 
0ohn F.) Inc. 

JOHN Kline, DP20139. SEE Dupler, 
Emmert Parker. 

JOHN Knox. SEE Mavor, Osborne Henry, 
John Knox, and other plays. AI-2261. 

JOHN McGraw. C3652. SEE The American 
Way (Radio program) 

JOHN Nasht & Associates, Inc. SEE 
Nasht 0ohn) & Associates, Inc. 

JOHNNY makes a date. DU19508. SEE 
Wlldli^ Picture Productions, inc. 

JOHNNY Sain. C3648, SEE The American 
Way (Radio program) 

JOHNSON, Donald H. SEE 
Jackson and Jill (Television program) 

JOHNSON, EDWARD T. 
The magic shop, a television program by 
Edward T. Johnson, Vy Russell, and 
Sue Dwlggins. [Sample script] © Willard 
G. Gregory & Co.; Ic 9May49; DU19906. 



45 



JOHNSON, HELEN MURIEL. 
The corner of the moon, a play in three 
acts. © Helen M. Johnson; Ic 27Jun49; 
DU20499. 

JOHNSON, MARION LOUISE. 
Mother said no! A play in three acts by 
Marian L. Johnson. © Marion Louise 
Johnson- Ic 13May49; on revisions; 
DU19975. Prev. reg. "Star-light, 
star-bright;" 19May44; D89011. 

JOHNSON, OTTO. 
Blisters, a play in three acts. © Otto 
Johnson; Ic 21Mar49; DU19185, 

JOHNSON, PHILIP, 
The charwoman's daughter, a study in 
black and white, in one act, London, 
S, French [1949], 31 p. illus. (French's 
acting edition, no. 1993) © Samuel 
French ltd.; 14Mar49; DP19530. 
Nobody knows, a ghost story In one act. 
Illus. by Anthony Mendleson. London, 
S, French [1948], 32 p. illus, (French's 
acting edition, no, 2043) © Samuel 
French ltd,; 30Dec48; DP18103, 

JOHNSON (S, C) & Son, Inc. SEE 
Fibber McGee and Molly (Radio program) 

JOHNSON, SEVERANCE. 
The gold of Croesus; or. Gold and fire. 
A drama In four acts. Front, by Isabel 
Moncayo Johnson, New York, Ecnareves 
Press, 1949, 157 p. illus. © Severance 
Johnson; 8Mar49; A30660. 

JOHNSON, WILLIAM BRANCH. 
Saturday night at the Half Way House; a 
play In one act by W. Branch Johnson. 
London, S. French [1947]. 23 p. illus. 
(French's actir^ edition, no. 855) 

Samuel French ltd.; 70ct47; DP20111, 



g' 



JOHNSON & Johnson, 
Lectures on patent law. C3750. 
Chisholm, Theodore Livings. 



SEE 



JOHNSTON, ALBERT HENRY. 
Woman whose laughter, a three-act drama. 
© Albert Henry Johnston; Ic 29Mar49; 
DU19381, 

JOHNSTON, Marjorie J, SEE Sexton, 
Marjorie Jean, 

JOINED in heaven, DU17869. SEE White- 
ford, Edith L. 

JOLTIN, Alfred, 
Rhumba instruction course, C3409, 
SEE De Thomas, Ernest. 

JONES, Charlton. SEE Jones, E. Charlton. 

JONES, CORNELIA JENNINGS REID. 
The ex-young lady. [Radio script] 
© Cornelia Jennings Reid Jones; Ic 
7Mar49; DU18910. 

JONES, E. CHARLTON. 
A dizzynary of American slanguage, in- 
cluding a contradictionary, jinglenitions, 
dlzzynltlons. [Humorous address] 
© E. Charlton Jones; Ic 2Feb49; C3371. 

JONES, ROBERT JOHN. 
George Whitley's conquest. [Sample radio 
script] © Robert John Jones; Ic llApr49; 
C3565. 

JONES, Sullivan, pseud. SEE Glelgud, VaL 

JORDAN, PHILIP HARDING. 
The case of Doctor Lopez, a play In three 

acts and seven scenes. © Philip Harding 

Jordan; Ic 4Jan49; DU17872. 
Star of Dallas, a play in one act. © Philip 

Harding Jordan; Ic 15Feb49; DU18579. 

JORDAN, SIDNEY. 
Buffy the bullfrog, a dramatico-musical 
composition, by Sidney Jordan. Music by 
Frank J. Russell, [Text and music on 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



JORDAN, SIDNEY. Cont'd. 

separate leaves] © Sidney Jordan, 
Frank J. Russell; Ic 28Mar49; DU19444. 

JORGENSEN, E llzabeth Watklns. 
The reluctant werewolf of the I.B.C.S.H.W.W, 
DU19225. SEE Jorgensen, Henry Irvln. 

JORGENSEN, HENRY IRVIN. 
The reluctant werewolf of the I.B.C.S.H.W.W. 
A comedy in three acts by Jean and Ivan 
Jangen. © Henry Irvin Jorgensen, Elizabeth 
Watkins Jorgensen; Ic nMar49; DU19225. 

JOSEPH, NATHAN BRISK. 
Material evidence, a play in three acts. 
© Nathan B. Joseph; Ic 28Mar49; DU19458, 

JOSEPH, Stephen. 
Items from May Week revue. DP18104, 
SEE Eady, David. 

JOSHUA Biddle returns. DU18151. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2498-1723. 

JOSIAH. DP18538. SEE The Eternal Light, 
no. 203. 

JOURNEY to Tiberias. DU18742. SEE 
The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 97. 

JOY Star. DU19951. SEE Freeman, Ethel 
Johnson. 

JOY to the world. DP20328, SEE Scott, 
Allan. 

JOYCE, Betty, SEE 
The Challenge of the Yukon (Radio pro- 
gram) 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 

JOYEUX chagrins. DP19399. SEE Coward, 
Noel Pierce. 

JUAN Manuel, infante of Castile. 
El conde Lucanor. SEE Jacobson, Otto. 
Das Narrengericht. DU18450. 

THE JUDGMENT of Paris. DU19714. SEE 
Favorite Story, Jan. 25, 1949. 

JUDICIAL system of the Republic of Italy. 
C3575. SEE Kait, Harry Carl. 

JUDY in Easter land. DU18420. SEE 
Day, Barbara McEvoy. 

JULIUS Caesar. DU19966. SEE Studio 
One (Television program) May 1, 1949. 

JUNG, FRANZ. 
The way home (Herr Grosz) A drama in 
five acts by Franz Jung, translated from 
the German by Saul Colin. Ed, by Irwin 
Rose. © Saul Colin; Ic 7Mar49; 
DU18903. 

THE JUNIOR baseball league of the air. 
C3444. SEE Thormahlen, Fred L. 

JUNIOR jamboree. C3534. SEE Behrman, 
Chester Theodore. 

JURGENSEN, Kai. 
Tarantula. SEE Selden, Samuel. Inter- 
national folk plays. DP20078. 

JUST a minute, C3590. SEE Bennett, 
Donn Henry. 

JUST imagine. DPI 8091, SEE George, 
Charles, 

JUST off Broadway, DU17782. SEE 
Weiss, Margaret Rose. 

JUST one big happy family! DP19086. 
SEE Braun, Wilbur. 



KABICA, ALFRED R. 
Silent night; holy night, a Christmas pageant. 
© Alfred R. Kabica; Ic 7Mar49; DU18908. 



KACHEL, ARTHUR B. 
The pilgrimage play, a play by Arthur B. 
Kachel, Moroni Olsen and Sidney 
Christie. Scenes 11-17, 21-28. © Holly- 
wood Bowl Association; Ic 3May49; 
DU19869. 

KADOW, LEONORA M. 
Promise of marriage, a play in one act 
and five scenes by Leonora Kadow and 
Margaret Means. © Margaret Means, 
Leonora M. Kadow; Ic 28Mar49; 
DU19295. 

KAFFIE, DORA ETHELYN. 
Lillie's Easter hunt, a play in one act for 
primary children. © Dora E. Kaffie; 
Ic 24Feb49; DU18772. 

KAFKA, RUDOLF DIONYS. 
Law and rights, a play in six scenes. 
© Rudolf Kafka; Ic 7Feb49; on revisions; 
DU18430. Prev. reg. "The medic," 
20Apr45, D93151. 

KAGAN, BEN. 
The promise. (Quaker world service, 
series 2) Radio script. © American 
Friends Service Committee; 28Dec48; 
DP18729. 
The straw. (Quaker world service, 
series 2) Radio script. © American 
Friends Service Committee; 9Nov48; 
DP18731. 

KAHN, Gordon. 
Man on a broom. DU20460. SEE Solomon, 
Louis. 

KAISER, GEORG. 
[Griechiache Dramen] Pygmalion, 
Zweimal Amphitryon, Bellerophon. 
Zurich, Artemis ri948]. 382 p. 
front., facsim. © Artemis-Verlags- 
Aktiengesellschaft; 30Sep48; AF9742. 

KAIT, HARRY CARL. 
Judicial system of the Republic of Italy, 

describing also the influence of Roman 

law on the legal system of Italy, Lecture. 

© Lt, Col. Harry Carl Kait; Ic 14Apr49; 

C3575, 
The settlement of war claims on behalf 

of United States nationals, [Lecture] 

© Lt, Col, Harry Carl Kait; Ic 14Apr49; 

C3574, 

KALLMAN, Chester. 
The rake s progress, DU18957, SEE 
Stravinskii, Igor' Fedorovich, 

KAMARCK, EDWARD LAWRENCE, 
Xmas on the farm, a comedy in one act, 
Ithaca, N, Y,, American Agriculturist, 
cl948, 12 p, "An American Agricul- 
turist play .,. sponsored jointly by 
American Agriculturist and the Cornell 
University Theatre." © American Agri- 
culturist, inc.; 18Sep48: DP20449. 
Money for college. DP20448. SEE 

Drummond, Alexander Magnus. 
Wisconsin showtime. DP18379, SEE 
Gard, Robert Edward. 

KAMILE, COLEMAN, 
Bread and wine, a musical play in two 
acts. Book and lyrics by Coleman 
Kamile, music and orchestration by 
Frank Gaskin Fields. [Text only! 
© Coleman Kamile; Ic 14Jun49; DU20386. 

KAMRATH, C, LLOYD, 
Lanky becomes a top salesman, a series 
of sales training films. Film no. 1; 
Lanky gets the prospect's viewpoint. 
© C. Lloyd Kamrath, Sales Training 
Institute; Ic 29Apr49; DU20086. 

KANE, ALBERT MORRIS. 
Children of the nations. [Radio script] 

© Albert M. Kane; Ic 9Mar49; DU19019. 
Grcjwth of the mind. SEE Growth of the 
Mind (Radio program) 

KANE, Frank. SEE 
The Shadow (Radio program) 

46 



KANE, Henry. 
I'm no hero. DU17987. SEE The Actor's 
Studio, no. 16. 

KANER, ABRAHAM DAVID. 
Vitamins, atomic vitamins; a three-act 

play and prologue. © Abraham David 

Kaner; Ic 3lMay49; on revisions; 

DU20335. 
Vitamins, atomic vitamins; a three-act 

play in four scenes, © Abraham David 

Kaner; Ic 28Apr49; DU19836, 

KANIN, FAY (MITCHELL) 
Goodbye, my fancy; a comedy. New York, 
S. French [1949 J. 107 p. illus. © Fay 
Kanin, Michael Kanin; 31May49; 
DP20416. Prev. reg. "Most likely to 
succeed," 28Sep47; DU10986. 

KANIN, Garson. 
The leading lady. DP18521. SEE 

Gordon, Ruth. 
Man and wife. DU18030. SEE Gordon, 

Ruth. 



KANIN, Michael, 
Goodbye, my fancy, DP20416, 
Kanin, Fay (Mitchell) 



SEE 



DER KAPELLMEISTER Sr. Durchlaucht. 
DU18294. SEE Lessen, Curt von. 

KAPLAN, DAVID LEON. 
The beard is gone, a play in three acts. 
© David Leon Kaplan; Ic lMar49; 
DU18814, 

KAPLAN, JESSE. 
Drop the coke, Lou; a dramatic composi- 
tion. © Jesse Kaplan; Ic 20May49; 
DU20234. 

DER KARDINAL. SEE Ley den, Jan van. 
Es kam nicht in die Zeitung. DU19977, 

KAREN. DU18894. SEE Dame, Hazel 
Stevens, 

KARLE, George. 
The case of the covered Venus. DU18893. 

SEE Adair, Ted. 
The case of the purloined poll. DU18352. 

SEE Adair, Ted. 

KARLEN, STYMEAN, 
Port A us, a study of frustration. A play 
in three acts. © Stymean Karlen; Ic 
24Mar49; DU19492. 

KARP, ABRAHAM NORMAN. 
Get out to live, a revue in two acts, by 

Abraham Karp and John Rothschild. 

© Abraham Karp, John Rothschild; Ic 

5Apr49; DU19411. 
Turn the tables, an audition script by 

Abraham Karp and John Rothschild. 

© Abraham Karp, John Rothschild; Ic 

9Mar49; DU19016. 

KARP, DAVID. 
Lisa, a play in three acts. © David Karp; 
Ic 4May49; DU19870. 

KARWIN, Heinz Fischer-. SEE Fischer- 
Karwin, Heinz. 

KASHUK, Jay. SEE Kashuk (Lew) and 
Son Advertising Company. 

KASHUK, Lew. SEE Kashuk (Lew) and 
Son Advertising Company. 

KASHUK (LEW) AND SON ADVERTISING 

COMPANY. 

Mail-o-vision. Script for television pro- 
gram broadcast Dec. 12, 1948, and 
resume of the show. © Lew Kashuk and 
Jay Kashuk, dba Lew Kashuk & Son 
Advertising Co.; 12Dec48; DP18920. 

KATHLEEN'S dinner. DU18394. SEE 
Aldrich Family, no, 482, 

H KATHPAMENH koph. DU18762, SEE 
Arvanitakis, Nicholas George, 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



KATO acts as decoy. DU19671, SEE The 
Green Hornet, no.' 933. 

KATTNIGG, Rudolf. 
Bel ami. DU19595. SEE Eckhardt, 
Fritz. 

KATZ, MILTON. 
We look at television. [Narration to ac- 
company film strip] © Nestor Produc- 
tions, inc.; Ic 14Jun49; C3796. 

KAUFMAN, SILMAN JAY. 
Listen with a pencil. 4 leaves. © S. Jay 
Kaufman; Ic llApr49; C3559. 

KAUFMANN, GEORGE SOTHERN. 
The gypsy remains, a play in three acts. 
© George S. Kaufmann; Ic 290ct48: 
DU17817. 

KAUFMANN, Millard. SEE Your Show 
Time (Television program) 

KAYE, BARRY CONRAD. 
Hit the road, an audience participation 
quiz show. [Sample television script] 
© Barry C. Kaye; Ic 26Apr49; DU19803. 

KAYE, NIKH A. 
Leaders of America, a half-hour radio 
program. [Sample script] © Nlkki 
Kaye; Ic 27Apr49; DU19772. 

KAYNE, Greg, 
Roman holiday. DU20385. SEE Xantho, 
Peter. 

KEAN, Robert, pseud. SEE Taggart, Tom. 

KEANE, BARBARA G. 
Let's talk shopping. [Television script] 
© Barbara G. Keane; Ic 27Jun49; C3794. 

KEANE, MICHAEL. 
Gentle Adam, a comedy in three acts. 
© Thomas Joseph Keane; Ic 25Mar49; 
DU19250. 

KEANE, RONDA. 
Crown of thunder, a play in two acts and 
six scenes. © Ronda Keane; Ic 20Jun49; 
DU20445, 

KEANE, Thomas Joseph. 
Gentle Adam. OU19250. SEE Keane, 
Michael. 

KEELER, ELOISE. 
Once upon a murder, a mystery melodrama 
in three acts. © Eloise Keeler; Ic 
13Dec48; DU17997. 

KEENE, EUGENE HARRISON. 
A sword in the house, a play by Peter 
Keene [pseud.1 124 leaves. ©Eugene 
Harrison "Peter" Keene; Ic 29Nov48; 
DU17875. 

KEENE, Peter, pseud. SEE Keene, Eugene 
Harrison. 

KEENEY, CLAIRE HANDSAKER. 
Conscience, a play in one act. © Claire 

Handsaker Keeney; Ic 25Apr49; DU19696. 
Pity the poor fish, a play in one act. 

© Claire Handsaker Keeney; Ic 

17Feb49; DU19101. 

KEEP it alive. C3413. SEE Wilding Pic- 
ture Productions, inc. 

KEEP your breath Tichenor fresh. C3759. 
SEE Brinckerhoft, Elbert Vermilye. 

KEEPING Jesus' birthday. C3382. SEE 
The Voice of Christmas, no. 7. 

KEEPING UP WITH THE WIGGLESWORTHS 
(Radio program) Scripts in this series are 
by Laurence Hammond. Scripts 81-106 
© Laurence Hammond; scripts 107-132 
© Laurence Hammond Productions, inc. 

81. Competition. © Ic 10Nov48; DU19637. 



82. Profit. © Ic 10Nov48; DU18969. 

83. Production is the only source of 
wealth. © Ic 10Nov48; DU18970. 

84. Productive efficiency. © Ic 10Nov48; 
DU18968. 

85. The American farmers' interest in 
foreign markets. © Ic 10Nov48; 
DU18967. 

86. The law of substitution. © Ic 10Nov48; 
DU18966. 

87. Decentralizing American industry. 
© Ic 10Nov48; DU18964. 

88. Pioneering new products. © Ic 
10Nov48; DU18963. 

89. What do we mean by inflation? © Ic 
10Nov48; DU18962. 

90. America's economic leadership. © Ic 
10Nov48; DU18961. 

91. Communication and transportation. 
© Ic 10Nov48; DU18960. 

92. America— one market. © Ic 10Nov48; 
DU18959. 

93. Advertising. © Ic 10Nov48; DU18965. 

94. Everybody pays taxes. © Ic 10Nov48; 
DU18983. 

95. Value of imports. © Ic 10Nov48; 
DU18982. 

96. How people save in the United States. 
© Ic 10Nov48; DU18981. 

97. Securities. © Ic 10Nov48; DU18979. 

98. Value of the machine to labor and the 
consumer. © Ic 10Nov48; DU18980. 

99. Banks. © Ic 10Nov48; DU18978. 

100. Miscellaneous services offered by 
banks and bankers. © Ic 10Nov48; 
DU18977. 

101. Education and economic prosperity. 
© Ic 10Nov48; DU18976. 

102. Investment required to create jobs 
in various enterprises. © Ic 10Nov48; 
DU18975. 

103. Advice on starting small business. 
© Ic 10Nov48; DU18974. 

104. Importance of small business. © Ic 
10Nov48; DU18973. 

105. Wages and prices. © Ic 10Nov48; 
DU18972. 

106. Insurance, © Ic 10Nov48; DU18971, 

107. Competition is the "Big stick." © Ic 
4May49; DU20168. 

108. Wages and prices. © Ic 4May49; 
DU20169. 

109. Pioneering new products, © Ic 
4May49: DU20170, 

110. Production is the only source of 
wealth, © Ic 4May49; DU20171. 

111. Value of the machine to labor and the 
consumer. © Ic 4May49; DU20172. 

112. What do we mean hy inflation? © Ic 
4May49; DU20173, 

113. America— one market, © Ic 4May49: 
DU20174, 

114. How people save in the United States, 
© Ic 4May49; DU20175. 

115. The profit motive and the free enter- 
prise system. © Ic 4May49; DU20176. 

116. Productive efficiency. © Ic 4May49; 
DU20177. 

117. Mass production. © Ic 4May49; 
DU20178. 

118. America's economic supremacy. © Ic 
4May49; DU20179. 

119. Value of imports. © Ic 17May49; 
DU20180. 

120. Education and economic prosperity. 
© Ic 4May49; DU20181. 

121. Securities, © Ic 4May49; DU20182, 

122. Importance of small business. © Ic 
17May49; DU20183, 

123. Advertising, © Ic 17May49; DU20184, 

124. Substitution promotes competition. 
© Ic 17May49; DU20185. 

125. Decentralization of American industry. 
© Ic 17May49; DU20186. 

126. Insurance. © Ic 24May49; DU20212. 

127. Advice on starting small business. 
© Ic 24May49; DU20213. 

128. Miscellaneous services offered by 
banks and bankers. © Ic 24May49; 
DU20214. 

129. Communications and transportation. 
© Ic 23Jun49; DU20488. 

130. Everyboc^ pays taxes. © Ic 23Jun49; 
DU20489. 



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131. Banking. © Ic 23jun49; DU20490. 

132. Investment required to create jobs in 
various enterprises. © Ic 23Jun49; 
DU20491. 

KEL FINN, pseud. 
Mary's whisper, a play in twelve scenes 
by Kel Finn [pseud, of Harold Kelly and 
Francis Xavior Finnerty] © Harold 
Kelly. Francis X. Finnerty; Ic 29Jun49; 
DU20573. 

KELLER, ALVIN JOSEPH. 
Here I must remain, a play in three acts. 
© Alvin J. Keller; Ic 3May49; DU19850. 



KELLER, Klementine Suchewitz-. 
Suchewitz-Keller, Klementine. 



SEE 



KELLER, WILLIAM SLOTTERBACK. 
The past remembers, a play in three acts. 

© William Slotterback Keller; Ic 

20jun49; DU20461. 
Sojourn into hell, a play. 24 leaves. 

© William Slotterback Keller; Ic 

31Jan49; DU18363. 

KELLEY, MARY SULLIVAN. 
The magic spectacles, for Class Day 
exercises. Raleigh, N. C, cl949. 23 p. 
iUus. © Mary Sullivan Kelley; 10Feb49; 
DP18877. 
Seniors In Wonderland, for Class Day exer- 
cises. [Rev. ed.] Raleigh, N. C, [■1948] 
C1949. ^9 p. © Mary Sullivan Kelley; 
10Feb48; DP18876. Prev. reg. "A Senior 
in Wonderland", 27Feb39, DP62204. 

KELLY, GEORGE EDWARD. 
Can two walk together (A study in marriage). 
A play in three acts. © George Edward 
Kelly; Ic 24Jun49; DU20485. 

KELLY, Harold. 
Works by Harold Kelly in collaboration 
with Francis Xavior Finnerty, written 
under the pseud., Kel Finn, are entered 
under the pseud. 

KELLY, RUSSELL ANTHONY, 
Sunshine and running water, a play in three 
acts, © Russell A. Kelly; Ic 17Feb49; 
DU18647, 

KELM, KARLTON ADAM, 
Happy new century! A comedy in three 
acts by Karlton Kelm and William Kelm, 
© Karlton Kelm, William Kelm; Ic 
5Apr49; DU19414. 



KELM, William Eulberg, 
Happy new century! DU19414, 
Kelm, Karlton Adam, 



SEE 



KELMAN, LEAH. 
Park bench sittees, inc., a television pres- 
entation. [Synopsis, format, and sample 
script] © Leah Kelman; Ic 7Feb49; 
DU18780. 

KENDRICK, Eleanore J. 
Meet yourself. DU19526. SEE Scott, 

Robert Sanford. 
Sherry and the genie, DU19524. SEE 

Scott, Robert Sanford. 
What makes you think so? DU19525. 

SEE Scott, Robert Sanford. 

KENDRICK, GILBERT HAVEN, 
The white Hamlet, a Napoleonic father and 
son picture, [Script] © Gilbert Haven 
Kendrlck; Ic Z8Apr49; DU20167, 

KENNEDY, THOMAS JAMES, 
The shabby genteels, [Sample television 
script] © Thomas J. Kennedy; Ic 
31Dec48; DU18412, 

KENNEDY, WALTER JOSEPH, 
Broadway cavalcade. [Sample radio script] 
© Walter Joseph Kennedy; Ic 21Jun49; 
C3806. 



KENT, BERYL F, 
Miss Fingernail, a farce In one act. 
F, Kent; Ic 7Jan49; DU17948. 



Beryl 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



KERN, DOROTHY, 
It belongs to me, a drama in one act, by 
Dorothy Kern and Frederick G. Walslu 
New York, Play Club, cl948, 19 p. 
(A Play Club selection, no, 21) © The 
Play Club; lDec48; DP19283. 

KERR, ALVIN. 
Set for a spell, a comedy in three acts, 
by Alvin Kerr and Peter Carhartt, 
New York, S. French [19481, 119 p, 
illus. © Samuel French; 12Nov48; 
DP18096, 

KERR, BERIULLA. 
Pumpkin eater, a play in three acts, by 
Berrilla Kerr and Bill Block. © Berrilla 
Kerr, Bill Block; Ic 14Mar49; DU19097. 

KERR, JEAN. 
Jenny kissed me; comecfy in three acts. 
Acting ed, [New York] Dramatists 
Play Service [19491 91 p, illus, © Jean 
Kerr; 3Mar49'; DP19128, Prev, reg, 
5jan48; DU12365. 
Prize package, a musical revue by Jean 
and Walter Kerr. [Text only] © Jean 
Kerr, Walter Kerr; Ic 7Mar49; DU18900. 

KERR, JESSE ZELLER. 
The lost opportunity, a Christmas story 
in three acts. © Jesse Zeller Kerr; Ic 
7Mar49; DU18950. 

KERR, MILDRED LEWIS. 
Mother's gift to Ann, a play tor mother 
and daughter banquets and other occa- 
sions. Dayton, Ohio, Lorenz Pub. Co,, 
cl949, 20 p. © Lorenz Pub. Co.; 
23Feb49; DP19528. 

KERR, WALTER, 

Prize package. DU18900. SEE Kerr, 
Jean. 

Sing out, sweet land; a musical biography 
of American song. Boston, Baker's 
Plays [1949]. 119 p. Text only, © Walter 
Kerr; 18Mar49; DP19267, Prev. reg, 
12May44; D unp. 88887. 

KESSLER, AARON JAMES. 
Aunt Alice's pyramid, a play in twelve 
scenes by James Kessler and Michael 
Isabella. © James Kessler, Michael 
Isabella; Ic 23Mar49; DU19535. 

KESSLER, James, SEE Kessler, Aaron 
James. 

KETCHUM, inc. 
Pittsburgh in music. DU20265. SEE 
Paulus, John D. 



KEVAN, George Alex. 
There cometh Immanuel. DU18942, 
Chidsey, Alan Lake, 



SEE 



KEY, NAIAD CRESAP, 
Between us the dark, a play in eight scenes 
by N, Cresap Key and Carl lUig. © Naiad 
Cresap Key, Carl lUig; Ic 15jun49; 
DU20434. 

THE KEY to a prosperous economy, C3784. 
SEE Huddle, Max Blaine, 



THE KEY to more sales, C3619, 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 



SEE 



KEY to the city, DU17973, SEE Crutcher, 
Robert Riley, 

KHORIGIAN, Vahan. 
Atchkut Loois. DU18688. SEE Chobanian, 
Yervant. 

KIBBEE, ROLAND. 
Early dew, a comedy in two acts and four 
scenes. © Roland Kibbee; Ic 22jan49; 
DU18123. 

KID brother trouble. DU19281. SEE The 
Adventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 124. 

KIEWIT (PETER) SONS' COMPANY. 
Carryall scraper lubrication; script by 



John William Symonds, © Peter Kiewit 
Sons' Co.; Ic 23Mar49; C3509, 

Chevrolet truck lubrication; script by 
John William Symonds, © Peter Kiewit 
Sons' Co.; Ic 23Mar49; C3508. 

Preventive maintenance of construction 
equipment, presented by Peter Kiewit 
Sons' Company. A PKS sound strip 
production. Script written by Jim Sy- 
monds and Bill Sales. © Peter Kiewit 
Sons' Co.; Ic 20Dec48; C3470. 

HLGARIFF, JOHN JAMES. 
It wasn't Pandora, a satiric farce in four 
acts. © John J, Kilgariff; Ic 12Apr49; 
DU19536. 

KILL^N, EDWARD. 
Problems of relativity in modern physics. 
A series of lectures, © Edward Kilian, 

Introduction, © Ic 17May49; C3699. 
The distribution of energy over particle 

and field of the free electron. © Ic 

27Jun49; C3804. 
General relativistic considerations, © Ic 

14Jun49; C3768. 
Lorentz' and Einstein's versions of the 

mass-velocity relation. © Ic 31May49; 

C3727. 

KILL the umpire. DU20159. SEE Hill, 
James Henry, 



THE KILLER. DU19369. 
of the Yukon, no. 633. 



SEE Challenge 



KILLIAM, PAUL, 
Beat the rap, a new audience-participation 
radio and television entertainment. 
Audition script by Paul Killiam and 
Alfred Butterfield. © Paul Killiam, 
Alfred Butterfield; Ic llMar49; DU19209. 

KILROY, Hague, and Atkins, inc. 
Cowboys and Indians. C3737. SEE 
Clark, J. B. 

KIMES, ALLEN BOWMAN. 
The glass mountain, a play in three acts 
by Bruce Kimes [pseud.] © Allen 
Bowman Kimes; ic 25Feb49; DU18896. 

KIMES, Bruce, pseud, SEE Kimes, Allen 
Bowman, 



KIND hearts and coronets. 
Coleman, Martyn. 



DU18863. SEE 



KINDS, EDMOND, 
Le valet des songes, piece en un prologue 
et 4 actes, [Brussels] Le Cormoran 
pgcheur [1949], 81 p. © Edmond Kinds; 
10Jan49;X)P 191367, 



KING, David R, 
The bridal theatre of the air., 
SEE Ross, Harlan. 



DU19793, 



KING, Joseph Montgomery, 
Fairytale, DU19855. SEE Wieghart, 
Harold Oscar, 

KING, PHILIP, 
Holiday eve, a comedy in one act, by 
Philip King and Falkland L. Cary, 
London, C. H.Fox ltd. [1946J. 31 p. 
© Falkland L. Cary; 180ct46; DP20109, 

KING Hawkbeak. DU19471. SEE Billie 
the Brownie, no. 19, 

KING Johnny. DU19330. SEE Shiffrin, A. B. 

KING of the county. DU20026. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2543-1768. 

KING of the house, DU17841, SEE Crocco, 
J. Peter, 

KING of the mountain. DU18300. SEE 
Hamilton, John Merideth. 

KING proves his worth. DU18161, SEE 
The Challenge of the Yukon, no, 598. 



48 



KING takes over. DU18324. SEE The 
Challenge of the Yukon, no, 595, 

THE KING who wasn't, DU19622. SEE 
The Adventures of Homer Herk, no, 3, 

THE KING'S highway of peace, DU19961, 
SEE Wallock, Anthony Mark. 



THE KING'S house, 
Lewis, Addison, 



DU20147, SEE 



KINGSBEER, ALONZO GEORGE, 
After today, a screenplay. © Alonzo 
George Kingsbeer; Ic ilFeb49; DU18474. 



HNGSLEY, Madge Evans. 
Detective story. DU19523. 
Sidney S. 



SEE Kingsley, 



KINGSLEY, SIDNEY S. 
Detective story, a play in three acts by 
Sidney Kingsley and Madge Evans 
Kingsley. © Sidney S. Kingsley, Madge 
Evans Kingsley; Ic 25Mar49; on revi- 
sions; DU19523. Prev. reg. 20Oct48; 
DU16812, 

HNOY, Ernest. 
The Eternal Light. SEE The Eternal 

Light (Radio program) 
Whistle, daughter, whistle. SEE Mayorga, 

Margaret. The best one-act plays of 

1948-1949. AA117053. 
SEE ALSO National Broadcasting Company, 

inc. Radio City playhouse. DP17999. 

HNSEY, ALFRED CHARLES. 
Concepts of normality and abnormality 
in sexual behavior, by Alfred C. Kinsey, 
Warden B. Pomeroy, Clyde E. Martin, 
and Paul H. Gebhard, [A reportf 
34 leaves, © Alfred C. Kinsey; ic 
21Feb49; C3395. 

KIRCHER, ELISABETH BEUUCE, 
And gold to spare; California centennial 
celebration, A dramatic composition, 
© Elisabeth B. Kircher; Ic 23May49; 
DU20120, 

KIRK, MABEL L. 
Contrary winds, scenario for a religious 
motion picture, © Mabel L, Kirk; Ic 
7Feb49; DU18988, 

KIRKPATRICK, JOHN, 

Begotten, a play in three acts, [Full name: 
John Alexander Kirkpatrickl © John 
Alexander Kirkpatrick; Ic 21Apr49; 
DU19645, 

Lady-killers; or. How to murder your 
husband. A farce in one act for six 
women and an offstage man. New York, 
S. French [1949]. 37 p. illus. [Full 
name: John Alexander Kirkpatrick] 
© Samuel French; 18Mar49; DP19249, 

On the sentimental side, a comedy in one 
act. New York, S, French [1948], 34 p, 
illus, [Full name: John Alexander Kirk- 
patrick] © Samuel French; 17Dec48; 
DP18094, 



KITCHEN music, DU20350. 
Malcolm, 



SEE Child, 



KITCHEN privileges. 
Janss, Elizabeth. 



DU19851. SEE 



KITT, HENRY SHERRELL, 
The gravy train, a play in three acts, 
© Henry Sherrell Kitt; Ic 19May49; 
DU20059, 



KITTEN hips. DU19077. 
Aran Edwin, 



SEE Hotchner, 



KLEIHAUER, ALYCE MARTHA DE LA 
VEIlGNE, 

Courtship clinic, a radio and television 
program by Alyce de la Vergne and 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



KLEIHAUER, ALYCE MARTHA DE LA 

VERGNE. Cont'd. 
Aylsworth Kleihauer. [Sample script] 
© Aylsworth and Alyce Martha de la 
Vergne Kleihauer; Ic lMar49; DU18812. 

Courtship clinic; dramatization of problem 
for television, by Alyce de la Vergne, 
© Aylsworth Kleihauer, Alyce Martha 
de la Vergne Kleihauer; Ic lMar49; C3403, 

KLEIHAUER, Aylsworth. 
Courtship clinic. C3403. SEE Kleihauer, 

Alyce Martha de la Vergne, 
Courtship clinic. DU18812. SEE 

Kleihauer, Alyce Martha de la Vergne, 

KLEINE, GRACE OTTILIE. 
Mischief mountain; radio series. Episode 1, 
Cupid and Psyche, © Grace Ottille 
Kleine. Mary Louise Howard; Ic 21Apr49; 
DU19658. 

KLINE, Leone. 
Practical piano tuning. C3373. SEE 
Kline, Robert Newton. 

KLINE, ROBERT B. 
The lady and the bookmaker, a comedy in 
three acts, © Robert B, Kline; Ic 
8Mar49; DU18994, 

KLINE , ROBERT NEWTON. 
Practical piano tuning, including: lesson 1, 
Unisons; lesson 2, Octaves; lesson 3, 
Temperament. © Robert N. Kline, Leone 
Kline, dba Capitol City Tuning School: Ic 
22jan49; C3373. 

KLING, Edward James. 
Current choice. DU20284, 
Lynn Kenneth. 



SEE Willis, 



KLOCHKOV, JOHN V, 
Aromatic ether is a faithful servant of 
mankind and emblem of space. Lecture, 
© John V, Klochkov; Ic 26Apr49; C3606, 



THE KLONDIKE queen, DU19362. 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 626. 



SEE 



KLOSE, Alex Norbert, 
Rotary tillage talk by M-E, C3311, C3528, 
C3751. SEE Ludwig, Harvey Fred. 

KNAPP, Gertrude P, 
The man who saw the elephant, DU19432. 
SEE First Nighter, Jan, 6, 1949. 

KNEE LAND, EDWARD S, 
Hold that camera, an original idea by 
Edward S, Kneeland, written by Bob 
Condon, [Sample television script! 
© Thaddeus Suski Productions, Tele- 
vision Division, inc.; 8Sep48 (in notice: 
April, 1949); DP19607, 

KNEISLEY, JAMES F, 
George, the last; a drama in three acts. 
© James F. Kneisley; Ic 25jan49; 
DU18127. 

KNICKERBOCKER, EDWIN VAN BERGHEN, 
Short plays. Revised. New York, H, Holt 
[1949], 506 p. illus. © Henry Holt & 
Co., inc.; 2May49; A32492. 

THE KNIFE throwers. DU19678, SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no, 636, 

KNIGHT, CLARENCE BERNHARDT, 
Stranger in the womb, a comedy in one 
act. © Clarence Bernhardt Knight; Ic 
10jan49; DU17968. 

KNOCK on wood. DP19587. SEE Hughes, 
Glenn. 

KNOLLER, JACOB. 
Give him a chancel Play in three acts. 

© Jacob Knoller; 15jan49; DP18351. 
Lass ihn sein Gliick versucheni Volkstiim- 

liches Schauspiel in fiinf Akten. 79 leaves. 

© Jacob Knoller; 15jan49; DP18016. 



KNOWLES, JOHN. 
The little tin god, a comedy in three 
acts. London, S. French [19471. Ill p. 
(French's acting edition, no. 282) 
© Samuel French ltd.; 31Dec47; 
DP20107. 

KOCH-GAARDEN, OTTO. 
Don Juan liquidiertl Komodie in drei 
Akten. © Theaterverlag Eirich 
Ges. m.b.H.; Ic 19Apr48; DU18299, 

A KODA CHROME tour of the Carlsbad 
Caverns of New Mexico. C3682. SEE 
Shafer, Elizabeth Jane. 

KOEHLER, ALAN ROBERT. 
The creatures were stirring, a play in 
three acts. © Alan Robert Koehler; 
Ic 26Apr49; DU19737. 

KOEHRING, VERA L. 
Rosaline, niece to Capulet; a play in one 
act. © Vera Koehring; Ic 29Nov48; 
DU18414, 

KOHLER, William. 
Headliners and sideliners. DP19143. 
SEE The Telerama Company, 

KOHNSTAMM (H,) & Company, inc. 
Time for living, DU18699, SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 



KOMMEN und Gehen, 
Podehl, Peter, 



DU18050. SEE 



KORN, MARTIN PINNEY. 
Design of rigid frames, [Lecture] 
© Martin P. Korn; Ic 26jan49; C3281. 

KORN, PHILIP. 
The diaries, a play in three acts, by 

Philip Landau [pseud,] © Philip Korn; 

Ic 4Jan49; DU17993. 
No other place, a play in two acts, 

© Philip Korn; Ic 17May49; DU19990, 



KRACK-pot jack pot, DU19440, 
McDermott, Frank E, 



SEE 



KRAFT Foods Company. 
The cheese family album. DU17952. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
The great Gildersleeve. SEE The Great 

Gildersleeve (Radio program) 
The Velveeta story, C3275. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc, 

KRAMIG, GEORGE, 
Amateur hit parade; sample radio script, 
© George Kramig, Jr,; Ic 2May49; 
DU19830. 

KRASNA, NORMAN. 
Time for Elizabeth; a comedy in three 
acts, by Norman Krasna and Groucho 
Marx, [Acting ed. New York] Drama- 
tists Play Service [1949], 66 p, illus, 
© Norman Krasna, Julius H. Marxj 
6May49; DP20062. Prev. reg. "Middle 
Ages", 12Sep41, D unp. 77645. 

KRASNO, Hecky, pseud. SEE Krasnow, 
Hermann. 

KRASNOW, HERMANN. 

Cowboy songs for little broncho-busters, 
a dramatico-musical composition. 
Music arranged by Hecky Krasno [pseud.] 
Text by Peter Steele [pseud, of Philip 
Eisenberg] © AUentown Record Co., 
inc.; Ic 22Mar49; DU19207. 

Play-a-long songs, a dramatico-musical 
composition. Original music and arrange- 
ments by Hecky Krasno [pseud.] Lyrics 
by Peter Steele [pseud, of Philip Eisen- 
berg] © AUentown Record Co., inc; Ic 
22Mar49; DU19206. 



KREGER, Leon A. 
Allstate all the way. DU18071. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
A new way of living. DU18075. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Selling Ford vs. Chevrolet. C3716. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Selling Ford vs. Plymouth. C3720. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

KREMSER, RUDOLF, 
Der rote Salon, eine ernsthafte Komodie 
in drei Akten. © Theaterverlag Eirich 
Ges. m,b.H.; Ic 19Apr48; DU18445. 

KRESGE (S, S,) and Company. 
The pay-off. C3437. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc, 

KRISCH, CARLO, 
Wiener Luft; Posse mit Musik in drei 
Akten, [Text only] © Theaterverlag 
Eirich Ges. m.b.H.; Ic 19Apr48; DU18295. 

KRONENBERGER, LOUIS. 
Apple of discord, a play in three acts, 
© Louis Kronenberger; Ic 14Mar49; 
DU19116, 

KROUSE, MORTON. 
Pay to the order of $ _. A play 

in three acts. © Morton Krouse; Ic 

24Jun49; DU20496. 
Split personalities, a television idea. 

Scripts no. 1 and 2, © Morton Krouse; 

Ic each llMar49; DU19390. 

KUBLI, NICHOLAS OTT. 
The black lamb, a play in three acts. 
© Nicholas Ott Kubli; Ic 18Apr49; 
DU19616, 

KUBLY, HERBERT OSWALD. 
Guenever, an informal history in six 

scenes. © Herbert O. Kubly; Ic 

18Apr49; DU19617. 
Stir crazy, a play in a prologue and 

three acts. © Herbert Oswald Kubly; 

Ic 18Apr49; DU19618. 

KUEI, CHUNG-SHU. 
The positional system, by Kwei Chungshu. 

[Lecture] © Kwei Chungshu; Ic 

31Mar49; C3625. 
The three-radical system, by Kwei 

Chungshu. [Lecture] © Kwei Chungshu; 

Ic 31Mar49; C3626, 

KUHN, KATHARINE. 
Land of tomorrow, a play in three acts, 
© Katharine Kuhn; Ic 4Apr49; DU19382, 

KUNER, MILDRED CHRISTOPHE, 
The furnace of the world, a play in three 
acts. © Mildred Christophe Kuner; Ic 
22Jun49; DU20470. 

KURTZ, C. GORDON. 

Dressed to kill, a melo-mystery in three 
acts, by Kurtz Gordon [pseud.] 
© C. Gordon Kurtz; Ic 15Feb49; on revi- 
sions; DU18556. Prev, reg. "The black 
ace,"^3Feb32, D14320. 

Suffering Sarah, a caustic comedy in one 
act, by Kurtz Gordon [pseud. ]^ Boston, 
Drama Guild Publishers [^194^]. 31 p. 
Illus. © Drama Guild PuDlishers; 
lDec48; DP17837. 

KWEI, Chungshu. SEE Kuei, Chung-shu; 

KYLE, JOSEPH ADDISON. 
The witch of Demmin; or. The German 
God. A three act lyric-pageant-tragedy 
of the middle ages. Based on the Wendish 
crusade and the story of a modern woman 
born four hundred years before it was 
safe to be modern. Illus. Historical 
notes. © Joseph Addison Kyle; Ic 4Feb49; 
DU18397. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



LACKNER, STEPHAN ERNEST. 
Vor Gericht, ein Spiel in drei Akten. 
© Stephan E. Lackner; Ic 25Mar49; 
DU19244. 

LACLOCHE, A. MARIE. 
Death in the night, a ballet by A. Marie 
Lacloche. Based on "The capital of 
the world" by Ernest Hemingway, 
© A. Marie Lacloche; Ic 12May49; 
DU19950. 

LADIES in waiting. DU18366. SEE 
Shayeson, Frances Emilie. 

LADIES, it's for you. DU18381. SEE 
Reid, Robert Jost, 

THE LADY across the haU. DU20244. 
SEE Reidy, Jack Edward. 

THE LADY and the bookmaker. DU18994. 
SEE Kline, Robert B. 

A LADY called Cannonball. DU19687. 
SEE The Lone Ranger, no. 2533-1758. 

LADY from Edinburgh. DP19177. SEE 
Stuart, Aimee (McHardy) 

LADY Hamilton. DP18606. SEE Heger, 
Robert. 

LADY Hushabye. DU18562. SEE Winter, 
Janet. 

THE LADY in 142. DU18399. SEE The 
Actor's Studio, no. 18. 

THE LADY in the balcony. DU19662. SEE 
The Adventures of Homer Herk, no. 4. 

LADY-killers. DP19249. SEE Kirk- 
patrick, John. 

LADY Macbeth on the Colorado. DU18418. 
SEE Parke, James Hambright, 

THE LADY or the tiger? DU19007. SEJ 
Your Show Time (Television program) 

LADY Washington. DU20392. SEE Jack, 
Gladys Gates. 

LAFAYETTE Brewery, inc. 
Zee Tavern biere presentations, DU18704, 
SEE Hanger, William Arnold. 

LAFFERTY, PERRY. 

Celebrity time; television script for 
Apr. 3, 1949, by Perry Lafferty and 
Lee Rogow. © World Video, inc.; 
Ic 7Apr49; DU19462. 

Riddle Me This (Television program) 

LA FORGE, EDWARD CHARLES. 
You have to be hardy, a play in three acts. 
© Edward Charles La Forge; Ic 
19May49; on revisions; DU20058. 
Prev. reg. '^Vhere beauty lies;" 
20May45; D93568. 

LAND, CHARLES THEODORE. 
The paper wedding, a comedy in three 
acts. © Charles Theodore Land; Ic 
10Mar49; DU190e9. 

LAND of fun. DU18333. SEE Schneiders, 
Joseph Anthony. 

THE LAND of the dragon. DP19066. SEE 
Miller, Madge. 

THE LAND of the fable. DU19608. SEE 
Lindner, Gladys. 

LAND of tomorrow. DU19382. SEE 
Kuhn, Katharine, 

LANDAU, Philip, pseud. SEE Korn, 
Philip, 



LANDECK, BEATRICE. 
Mister E, super-sleuth; a television show 
for children, with songs and music, by 
Beatrice Landeck and Sylvia Rosenthal. 

tText only] © Beatrice Landeck, Sylvia 
losenthal; Ic 31Jan49; DU18733. 
Pooki and Hank; a television show for 
children, using American folk songs. 
By Beatrice Landeck, Sylvia Rosenthal, 
and Sam Locke. [Text only] © Mrs. 
Beatrice Landeck, Mrs. Sylvia Rosen- 
thal; Ic 10Jun49; DU20324. 

LANE, DOROTHY MILDRED GUYON. 
December days, a play in three acts by 
Dorothy M. Guyon. 4 leaves. [Text 
and music on separate leaves] 
© Dorothy M. Guyon Lane; Ic 29Apr49; 
DU19875. 

LANE, Edward. 
Little Tommy Tinkle. DU19652. SEE 
Bow en, Vernon. 

LANG, Hans. 
Verliebtes Dreieck. DU18288. SEE 
Fiissel, Franz. 

LANGER, ADOLPH ARTHUR. 
The magic Christmas tree. [Short story] 
© Adolph Arthur Langer; Ic 8Feb49; 
C3464. 

LANGSTROTH, SUE HALL. 
Let's visit Hawaii. [Script] © Sue HaH 
Langstroth; Ic 18Apr49; DU19981. 

LANIN, JAMES. 
The public picks. [Radio script]^ 
© James Lanin; Ic 26Apr49; DU20049. 

LANKTON, ROBERT EARL. 
Tele-quiz time. [Sample television 
script] © Robert Earl Lankton; Ic 
14Feb49; DU18663, 

LANKY becomes a top salesman. DU20086. 
SEE Kamrath, C. Lloyd. 

LANTZ, Louis. SEE Your Show Time 
(Television program) 

LARDNER, Ring Wllmer, 
I can't breathe. DU19659. SEE The 

Actor's Studio, no. 29, 
Zone of quiet, DU18577, SEE The 
Actor's Studio, no. 21, 

LaRICH, MICHAEL. 
Barleycorn's nightmare, a comedy in 

three acts. © Michael LaRich; Ic 

290ct48; on revisions; DU18784. Prev. 

reg. "Bug house," 21Jul33, D23626. 
The case of the swapping wives, a comedy 

in one act. © Michael LaRich; Ic 

9Dec48; DU18781. 

LARIER, LAWRENCE. 
Script for animated flip pictures. 
© Bantam-lite, inc.; Ic 17Dec48; 
DU18783. 

LaROY, RITA. 
Who's that girl? An original television 
program by Rita LaRoy and Strat 
Corbett. © Rita LaRoy; Ic each 2May49. 
Script televised Dec. 7, 1948. DU19877. 
Script televised Feb. 15, 1949. DU19876. 



LARRALDE, Elsa. 
From little acorns. DU18576. 
Brent, Romney, 



SEE 



LARRY Doby. C3749, SEE The American 
Way (Radio program) 

LARSON, DAVID JEREMY. 
My father's tomahawk, a farce-comedy 
in three acts. © David Jeremy Larson; 
Ic 31May49; DU20190, 



LASKER, Henry. 
Of the people. DU18143, 
Alfred. 



SEE Sherman, 



LASKER, Yale, 
The lucky shopper program. C3360. 
SEE Riseman, George Jacob Matthew. 

LASKOFF, JOAN VERA. 
Do it with grace, a musical skit. Words 
by Joan Vera Laskoff, music by George 
Alfred Prideaux, [Text and music on 
separate leaves] © Joan Vera Laskoff, 
George Alfred Prideaux; Ic 29Mar49; 
DU19374, 

LASS ihn sein Gliick versuchenl DP18016, 
SEE KnoUer, Jacob. 

A LASS with a lack, DU20073. SEE 
Clark, Robert, 

LAST operas and plays, A30769, SEE 
Stein, Gertrude, 

A LAST request. DU20027. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2544-1769. 

LASZLO, MIKLOS. 
And the snow falls, a comedy in three 
acts. © Miklos Laszlo; Ic 21Feb49; 
DU18715. 

LATHING and plastering. DU18393, SEE 
Fairbanks (Jerry) inc. 

THE LAUGH doctor. C3787. SEE Smith, 
William Roger. 

LAUGH, grin, and giggle. DU19963, SEE 
Lewis, Nat, 

THE LAUGH maker, DU19996, SEE 
Lawrence, Jerome, pseud, 

LAURENCE Hammond Productions, inc, 
SEE Hammond (Laurence) Productions, 
inc. 

LAVENDEL. DU18289. SEE Schuppler, 
Bruno. 

LAVENDER gloves. DU20574. SEE 
Conkle, Ellsworth Prouty. 

LAW and rights. DU18430. SEE Kafka, 
Rudolf Dionys. 

THE LAW of substitution. DU18966. SEE 
Keeping Up With the Wigglesworths 
(Radio program) No, 86. 

LAWLER, MARGRETTA SCOTT. 
Three kisses, a fantasy in three acts. 
© Margretta Scott Lawler; Ic 17Jun49; 
DU20439. 

LAWLESS, GRACE THEO. 
Recipes men like; or. The human bite-o- 
meter. Sample script. © Grace Theo 
Lawless; Ic 23Mar49; DU19224. 

LAWMAN'S legacy. DU18315. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2490-1715. 

LAWRENCE, J. D. SEE 
The Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
The Green Hornet (Radio program) 

LAWRENCE, JEROME, pseud. 
Favorite Story. SEE Favorite Story 

(Radio program) 
The laugh maker, a play in two acts by 

Jerome Lawrence [pseud, of Arthur 

Wister Mays] and Robert E. Lee. 

© Jerome Lawrence, Robert E, Lee; Ic 

16May49; DU19996. 

LAWRENCE, REGINALD. 
Peking man, a play of modern China in 
three acts. Adapted by Reginald 
Lawrence from the play by Wan Chia-Pao 
(Tsao-Yu). © Wan Chia-pao, Reginald 
Lawrence; Ic 25May49; DU20148. 

LAWRIE, Duncan, pseud. SEE Unger, 
Abraham. 

THE LAWTON story. DP18356. SEE 
Horn, Mildred A. 



I 



50 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



THE LAWYER of Springfield. DP18830. 
SEE Gow, Ronald. 

LAYOFF Inn. DU18922, SEE Gibson, 
Hardy. 

LAZO, Agustfn, 
El caso de Don Juan ManueL SEE 
Partida. Rafael Luis, The night watch. 
DU18115, 

LEADER, Anton M. 
The birth of Paul Bunyan. DU20340, 
SEE Glazer, Tom. 

LEADERS of America. DU19772. SEE 
Kaye, Nikki A. 

THE LEADING lady, DP18521. SEE 
Gordon, Ruth. 

LEATHER. C3294. SEE Werman, Hannah 
Beatrice, 

LEAVITT, POLLY. 
Cry out in the night, a play in two acts. 
© Polly Leavitt; Ic 10Jun49; DU20326. 



LECTURE course in bank auditing. 
SEE Suhrbier, Arthur Charles. 



C3654. 



LECTURE— Fund raising, SEE Spencer, 
William J, Fund raising. C3491. 

LECTURES on patent law. C3750. SEE 
Chisholm, Theodore Livings, 

LEDERMAN, Milton Bernard. 
Headliners and sideliners. DP19143. 
SEE The Telerama Company. 

LEE, Joseph Patrick. 
Small fry. C3778. SEE Olmstead, 
Elnora Belle. 

LEE, LEONARD. 
Hang together, a play in three acts. 
© Leonard Lee; Ic 21Apr49; DU19661. 

LEE, Robert E. 
Favorite Story. SEE Favorite Story 

(Radio program) 
The laugh maker. DU19996. SEE 

Lawrence, Jerome, pseud, 

LEE, ROSE HUM. 
Lee Bobo, detective for Chinatown; a 
mystery play for children in three acts, 
by Rose Hum Lee and Charlotte B, 
Chorpenning, Anchorage, Ky., Children's 
Theatre Press, cl948. 47 p. illus. 
© The Children's Theatre Press; lMar48; 
DP19064. 

LEE Bobo, detective for Chinatown. 
DP19064. SEE Lee, Rose Hum. 



LEEDS Music Corporation. 
Troubled island. DP19449. 
William Grant, 



SEE Still, 



LEFTOVER. DU19542. 
William Kendall. 



SEE Clarke, 



LEFTWICH, Vernon. 
On the sidewalks of Paree. DU19534. SEE 
Nelson, Adolph John, 



LEfTY Grove. C3745. 
Way (Radio program) 



SEE The American 



LE GALLIENNE, EVA. 
Alice in Wonderland; a play in two acts, 
adapted for the stage by Eva Le Gallienne 
and Florida Friebus, from Lewis Car- 
roll's Alice in Wonderland and Through 
the looking-glass. Foreword by Eva 
Le Gallienne. J^Rev. and rewritten] 

New York, S. French [1949]. 154 p. 

illus. © Eva Le Gallienne, Florida 

Friebus; 31Jan49; DP18568. Prev. reg. 

29Dec32; D pub. 19956. 



THE LEGEND of Raikes Cross. 
SEE Ready, Stuart. 



DP19096. 



THE LEGEND of the dogwood. DU19924. 
SEE Sloan, Catherine Bryan. 

LEGG, CLARENCE ANGLE. 
Selling cemetery plots before need. 
[Sales instructions] © Clarence Angle 
Legg; Ic 7Jan49; C3226. 

LEGION of old timers. DU19354. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2526-1751. 

LEHMANN, ADOLPH. 
Vignettes; eight one act plays. Contents,— 
The greatest show on earth.— The confes- 
sion.— The secret.— Thank you Louise.— 
Come home.— Help wanted.— Aged but not 
mellowed, — My mirror tells me. © Adolph 
Lehmann; 4May49; AA116931. 

LEHR, LEW. 
Alladin and his magic lamp. [Recording 

script! © Clark Galehouse; Ic llApr49; 

DU19558. 
Chicken Licken. [Recording script] 

© Clark Galehouse; Ic llApr49- DU19563. 
Cinderella. [Recording script] © Clark 

Galehouse; Ic llApr49; DUig557. 
Gingerbread Boy. [Recording script] 

© Clark Galehouse: Ic llApr49; DU19568. 
The goose that laid the golden eggs. 

[Recording script]^ © Clark Galehouse; 

Ic llApr49; DU19561. 
Hansel and Grettel. [Recording script] 

© Clark Galehouse; Ic llApr49; 

DU19556. 
The lion and the mouse. [Recording 

script] © Clark Galehouse; Ic llApr49; 

DU19570. 
The Little Red Hen. [Recording script] 

© Clark Galehouse; Ic llApr49; DU19569. 
Little Red Riding Hood, [Recording 

script] © Clark Galehouse; Ic llApr49; 

DU19565. 
The Pied Piper of Hamelin. [Recording 

script] © Clark Galehouse; Ic llApr49; 

DU19559. 
The three bears. [Recording script] 

© Clark Galehouse; Ic llApr49; DU19564. 
Three billy goats Gruff. [Recording 

script] © Clark Galehouse; Ic llApr49; 

DU19560. 
The three pigs. [Recording script]^ 

© Clark Galehouse; Ic llApr49; DU19562. 
The tortoise and the hare. [Recording 

script] © Clark Galehouse; Ic llApr49; 

DU195B6. 
The ugly duckling. [Recording script] 

© Clark Galehouse; Ic llApr49- DU19555. 
Wolf— wolf. [Recording script]^ © Clark 

Galehouse; Ic llApr49; DU19567. 

LEIB, SOL. 
Ah choosen uff probeer, a play in three acts 
by Sol Leib, Music by Ben Massman. 
[Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Sol Leib; Ic 5Apr49; DU19419. 

LEIGH, Courtney, pseud, SEE Day, 
Barbara McEvoy. 



LEONCE. 
Yates. 



DU20247. SEE Bohn, John 



LEIGH, Rowland. 
Butterfly of fashion. DU19997, 
Shubert, John. 



SEE 



LEM Bailey's pet bear, DU18163, SEE 
The Challenge of the Yukon, no, 600. 

LENARD, CHRISTOPHER. 
Paris was never like this, a television play. 
© Christopher Lenard; Ic 7Apr49; 
DU19454. 

LENT, CONSTANTIN PAUL. 
Napoleon Rex, an opera comique in three 
acts, © Constantin Paul Lent; Ic 
280ct48; DU19009, 

LEO Burnett Company, inc, SEE Burnett 
(Leo) Company, inc, 

LEON, Felix. 
The missing check. DU19132. SEE 
Dropkin, Lou. 

LEONARD, AILEEN. 
California bound, [Television script] 
© Aileen Leonard; Ic 2Dec48; DU17822. 

51 



LEONE, EDMUND. 
Zinka, the queen of Crystal Spring, a 
gypsy love tale. An operetta in one 
act and four scenes. Lyrics by Edmund 
Leone and Emma Silvers; music by 
Augusto Rizzi. [Text only] © Augusto 
Maria Rizzi; Ic 6Dec48; DU18669. 

LEONHARDT, HANS WALTER. 
Sieben sind verdachtig, Kriminalkomodie 
in drei Akten. © Theaterverlag Eirich 
Ges. m.b.H.; Ic 19Apr48; DU18291, 

THE LEPRACHAUN. DU19748. SEE 
Let's Pretend, Mar. 12, 1949. 

LE ROSE HOSIERY COMPANY. 
Sales talk and sales clinchers, by Isidor 
Eisenberg. © Le Rose Hosiery Co.; 
Ic 9Feb49; C3399. 

LESLEY, LEONARD. 
Crisis, a play about Tom Paine. In 
seven scenes. © Leonard Lesley; Ic 
15Apr49; DU19802. 

LESLIE, Phil. SEE Fibber McGee and 
Molly (Radio program) 

LESLIE Drew. C3289. SEE The American 
Way, C72. 

LESS than a year. DU18741. SEE DeVoe, 
John William. 

LESSEL, WILLIAM M. 
The shepherds live again, a Christmas 
program in three scenes. Wheaton, 111,, 
Van Kampen Press [1948]. 12 p, illus, 
© Van Kampen Press; 29Sep48; 
DP18349. 

LESSEN, CURT VON, 
Der Kapellmeister Sr. Durchlaucht; drei 
kleine Bilder aus dem Leben eines 
grossen Mannes. © Theaterverlag 
Eirich Ges. m.b.H.; Ic 19Apr48; DU18294. 

LESSMAN, HARRY. 
Either or ither, a comedy in one act. 

© Harry Lessman; Ic 19May49; DU20056. 

LESSON on ... Explanations to piano 
pupils. C3227-3233. SEE Brussels, Iris. 

LESTER, NOEL BOVELL, 
Blood under the tree, a drama in two acts 
and ten scenes. © Noel B. Lester; Ic 
19jan49; DU18082. 

LET 'em eat cake. DU18721. SEE Jackson 
and Jill (Television program) 



LET her help you sell. 
Swift and Company. 



C3440. SEE 



LET not thy left hand know. DU19988. 
SEE The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 110. 

LfiTRAZ, JEAN DE. 
Et Vive la liberie, piece en 3 actes; Paris, 
Librairie Contemporaine [1947]. 255 p. 
illus. © Librairie Contemporaine (Les 
editions Nagel); 150ct47^; DP19450. 
Nous avons tous fait la meme chose; 
comedie en trois actes. © Jean de 
Letraz; Ic 22Apr49; DU19798. 

LET'S all join in. DU20417. SEE Brand, 
Oscar. 

LET'S be friends. DU18557. SEE 
Sonderegger, Arnold Arthur. 

LET'S go shoppir^ with Mary Lou. DU19263. 
SEE Bosw ell, Tolla Raymond. 

LET'S improvise, DP18546. SEE 
Christenberry, Charles Wilkes, 

let's PRETEND (Radio program) Scripts 
in this series are by Nila Mack. © Colum- 
bia Broadcasting System, inc. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



LET'S PRETEND. Cont'd. 
Jan, 1, 1949. The house of the world. 

© Ic 22Jan49: DU18108. 
Jan. 8, 1949, Drakestail. © Ic 

22jan49; DU18109. 
Jan. 15, 1949. Dick Whittington and his 

cat, © Ic 22Jan49; DU18110. 
Jan. 22, 1949. DonJtey skin. © Ic 

22jan49; DU18111. 
Jan. 29, 1949. Gigi and the magic ring, 

© Ic 22Tan49; DU18112. 
Feb. 12, 1949. The enchanted stog. 

© Ic lMar49; DU18882. 
Feb. 19, 1949. The youth who learned to 

shiver and shake. © Ic lMar49; DU18881. 
Feb. 26, 1949. Thumbelina. © Ic lMar49; 

DU18880. 
Mar. 5, 1949. Aladdin and the wonderful 

lamp, © Ic 26Apr49; DU19747. 
Mar. 12, 1949. The leprachaun. © Ic 

26Apr49: DU19748. 
Mar. 19, 1949. The six swans. © Ic 

26Apr49: DU19749. 
Mar. 26, 1949. How six traveled through 

the world. © Ic 26Apr49; DU19750. 
Apr. 2, 1949. The Snow Queen. © Ic 

26Apr49; DU19751. 
Apr. 9, 1949. The enchanted frog. © Ic 

26Apr49; DU19752. 
Apr. 16, 1949. Heavenly music. © Ic 

26Apr49; DU19753. 
Apr. 23, 1949, Hop O' My Thumb. © Ic 

26Apr49; DU19754. 
Apr. 30, 1949. The little mermaid. © Ic 

26Apr49; DU19755. 
May 28, 1949, The three golden hairs. 

© Ic 28Jun49; DU20568. 
June 18, 1949. Three terrible heads. 

© Ic 28Jun49; DU20569. 

let's pretend; radio script. C3627. SEE 
Chittenden, Edwin F. 

LET'S talk shopping. C3794. SEE Keane, 
Barbara G. 

LET'S visit Hawaii. DU19981, SEE 
Langstroth, Sue Hall. 

A LETTER. DU20424. SEE Mission Bell 
Film Productions, inc. Jack and Jill 
series, no. 4. 

LETTER a month club. C3637. SEE 
Friesen, Bonnie Alden. 

LETTER from Europe. DU19584. SEE 
The Cavalcade of America, no. 604. 

LETTERS to a killer. DU19366. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 630. 

LEVER Brothers Company, SEE 
Lux Radio Theatre (Radio program) 

LEVI Jackson. C3287. SEE The American 
Way, C67. 

LEVINE, Abraham S. 
Are you psychic? DU17820, SEE Segal, 
Bessie Jaffey. 

LEVINE, BEN, 
Bedlam in Bohemia, a comedy in three 
acts, © Ben Levine; Ic 16Feb49: 
DU19161. 
Madonna from Memphis, a comedy in 
three acts, © Ben Levine; Ic 28Feb49; 
DU18806, 



LEVINE, Julius, 
Daisy at the shore, 
Levine, Max. 



DU19837. SEE 



LEVINE, MAX, 
Daisy at the shore, a dramatico-musical 
composition. Words by Max Levine, 
music by Julius Levine, [Text and music 
on separate leaves] © Max Levine, 
Julius Levine; Ic 2May49; DU19837. 

LEWELLEN, John Bryan. SEE 
The. Pet Shop (Television program) 
Quiz kids teadio program) 
Quiz Kids (Television program) 



R.F.D. America teadio program) 
R.F.D. America (Television program) 

LEWERTH, Margaret. 
The house near Little Dock Street, 
DU20427. SEE The Cavalcade of 
America, no. 612. 

LEWIN, JOHN IGNACE. 
Mr. Doudalduck gets married, a comedy 
in three acts by John Ignace Lewin 
and Max Lewin. © John Ignace Lewin; 
Ic 29Dec48; on revisions; DU18734. 
Prev. reg. 13Sep48; DU16317. 

LEWIN, Max Robert. 
Mr. Doudalduck gets married. DU18734. 
SEE Lewin, John Ignace. 

LEWIS, ADDISON. 
The King's house, a play in three acts. 
© Addison Lewis; Ic 25May49; DU20147. 

LEWIS, HARRY. 
Garrick Cafe, a play in two acts. © Harry 
Lewis; Ic llMar49; DU19112. 

LEWIS, LEON HOWARD. 
One pound, two ounces. [Radio script] 
© Leon Howard Lewis; Ic 30Nov48; 
C3297. 

LEWIS, Lester H. SEE Hollywood Screen 
Test (Television program) 

LEWIS, NAT. 
Laugh, grin, and giggle; television script. 
Program no. 6. © Nat Lewis; Ic 
13May49; DU19963. 

LEWIS, Richard. 
Quick as a flash. DU17881. SEE Prockter, 
Bernard J. 

LEWIS, Sinclair. 
Babbitt. DU19543. SEE Studio One 
(Radio program) Mar. 30, 1948. 

LEXINGTON, Concord, andMerriam's 
Corner. DU20132. SEE You Are There, 
no. 80. 

LEYDEN, JAN VAN. 
Es kam nicht in die Zeitung (Der Kardinal); 
Drama in drei Akten. © International 
Bureau voor Auteursrecht, N.V.; Ic 
16May49; DU19977. 

LIBERTY. DU19636. SEE Bernfeld, Rose 
Morris. 

LIBRAIRIE Contemporaine, 
Et Vive la liberte. DP19450. SEE Letraz, 
Jean de. 

LIBRAIRIE Gallimard. 
L'arbre. DP18509. SEE Dutourd, Jean. 
L'etat de siege. DP19192. SEE Camus, 

Albert. 
Partage de midi. DP19815. SEE Claudel, 

Paul. 
Robinson. DP18020. SEE Supervielle, 

Jules. 
Sheherazade. DP19816. SEE Supervielle, 

Jules. 
Theatre, t. 1-2. DP19270, DP19819. SEE 

Cocteau, Jean. 
Le voleur d'enfants. DP19818. SEE 

Supervielle, Jules. 



LICHTENFELS, Edna Anderson. 
Springtime in California. DU19511. 
Lichtenfels, Paul Jacob.. 



SEE 



LICHTENFELS, PAUL JACOB. 
Springtime in California, a musical play in 
three acts. Book by Paul Reed [pseud.] 
Music and lyrics by Edna Wright [pseud,] 
Text and music on separate leaves. © Paul 
Jacob Lichtenfels, Edna Anderson Lichten- 
fels; Ic llApr49; DU19511. 

LICORICE stick. DU20419. SEE Moore, 
Douglas Stuart. 



52 



LIDOR, ALEXANDER. 
Springboard to nowhere, a play in a pro- 
logue ana two parts. © Alexander 
Lidor; Ic 26Jan49; DU18136. 

LIDORIKIS, Alexander. SEE Lidor, 
Alexander. 

THE LIE. DU19591. SEE Dr. Christian, 
no. 542. 

LIEBAU, HELENE HANS. 
You are as old as the world, which you 
make youi^ every spring; a dramatic 
composition by Joe Heli [pseud. ]^ © Helene 
Hans Liebau; Ic 16Feb49; DU18b80. 

LIEBE deinen Naechsten. DU19827. SEE 
Behrens, Paul Albert. 

LIEBERMAN, SIDNEY. 
That little difference, a musical comedy 
in two acts. Book by Sidney Lieberman 
and Adele Newman. [Text only] 
© Sidney Lieberman, Adele Newman; Ic 
22Dec48; DU18406. 

LIEBLING, HOWARD. 
The porcelain clay, a play in three acts. 
© Howard Liebling; Ic 27May49; 
DU20192. 

LIED aus der Vorstadt. DU18985. SEE 
Fraser, Georg. 

LIFE begins at Fairhope. C3497. SEE 
Gooden, John Edwin. 

THE LIFE OF RILEY (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Irving 
Brecher. © Irving Brecher. 

D17. Dec. 24, 1948. © Ic 30Dec48; 

DU17828. 
D18. Dec. 31, 1948. © Ic 17Jan49; 

DU18088. 
D19. Jan. 7, 1949. © Ic 17Jan49; 

DU18089. 
D20. Jan. 14, 1949. © Ic 22Jan49; 

DU18308. 
D21. Jan. 21, 1949. © Ic 28Jan49; 

DU18167. 
D22. Jan. 28, 1949. © Ic 4Feb49; 

DU18426. 
D23. Feb. 4, 1949. © Ic 14Feb49; 

DU18564. 
D24. Feb. 11, 1949. © Ic 21Feb49; 

DU18716. 
D25. Feb. 18, 1949. © Ic 2BFeb49; 

DU18803. 
D26. Feb. 25, 1949. © Ic 14Mar49; 

DU19102. 
D27. Mar. 4, 1949. © Ic 14Mar49; 

DU19103, 
D28. Mar. 11, 1949. © Ic 18Mar49; 

DU19164. 
D29. Mar. 18, 1949. © Ic 5Apr49; 

DU19410. 
D30. Mar. 25, 1949. © Ic 4Apr49; 

DU19384. 
D31-D32. Apr. 1, 8, 1949. © Ic each 

14Apr49; DU19580-19581. 
D33. Apr. 15, 1949. © Ic 20Apr49; 

DU19643. 
D34. Apr. 22, 1949. © Ic 2May49; 

DU19849. 
D35. Apr. 29, 1949. © Ic 6May49; 

DU19908. 
D36. May 6, 1949. © Ic 20Apr49; 

DU19642. 
D37. May 13, 1949. © Ic 19May49; 

DU20067. 
D38. May 20, 1949. © Ic 27May49; 

DU20189. 

LIGGETT, Robert George. 
Pokey, the Christmas elf. DU17970. 
SEE Parker, Jack Darwin. 

THE LIGHT from the darkness. DP18540. 
SEE The Eternal Light, no. 205. 

THE LIGHT heads. DU18708. SEE 
Appell, Don. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



THE LIGHT of faith. DP18446. SEE 
Sherman, Alice Ella. 

THE LIGHT of the World is Jesus. 
DPlb726. SEE Mickerson, Mellie 
Evelyn. 

LIGHT up the sky. DP19142. SEE Hart, 
Moss. 



LIGHTNER, Alice. 
Lightner. 



SEE Hopf, Alice 



LIH, FREDRIK LORENZO. 
Novel Entertainment Culture Organization 
(N.E.C.O.) Sample program of new pro- 
posed radio series, by Fredrik Lorenzo 
Lih and Edward Lawrence Corbett. 
© Fredrik Lorenzo Lih, Edward Lawrence 
Corbett; Ic 8Feb49; C3396-. 



LIKE father, like son. DU20313. 
Lone Ranger, no. 2554-1779. 



SEE The 



LILLENAS, Haldor. 
Darkness came before dawn. DP18993. 

SEE Wilkins, Roy J. 
To them that sit in darkness. DP20414. 

SEE Hawse, Elberta. 

LILLIAN. DU18056. SEE Moe, Osborne 
Rangvall, 

LILLIE'S Easter hunt. DU18772. SEE 
Kaffie, Dora Ethelyn. 

LILLY, Lou. 
The golden touch. DU19926. SEE 

Fairbanks (Jerry) inc. 
The inside story of lubricating oil. 

DU18706, DU18714. SEE Fairbanks 

(Jerry) inc. 
The inside story of modern gasoline. 

DU18785. SEE Fairbanks (Jerry) inc. 
Jackson and Jill. SEE Jackson and Jill 

(Television program) 
Lathing and plastering. DU18393. 

SEE Fairbanks Qerry) inc. 
Paradise Island. DU18791. SEE 

Fairbanks (Jerry) inc. 
Sheathing and wallboard. DU18392. SEE 

Fairbanks (Jerry) inc. 
White magic. DU18043. SEE Fairbanks 

(Jerry) inc. 

LILLY. DU17988. SEE Buttitta, Anthony 
James. 

LILLYBELLE. DU19978. SEE Buss, 
Carl Alfred. 

LILY, the felon's daughter. DP19532. 
SEE Taggart, Tom. 

LINCOLN, GEORGE ARTHUR. 
Fissioned atoms in a fissioned world. 

t Lecture] 15 leaves. © George A. 
Ancoln; Ic 4Mar49; C3408. 

LINCOLN-Ifiercury Division, Ford Motor 
Company. SEE Ford Motor Company. 
Lincoln-Mercury Division. 

THE LINDEN tree. SEE 
Priestley, John Boynton. DP18359. 
Tashjian, Vahan. DP20523. 

LINDENMUTH, Alice Taylor. 
Melody Court. DU19310. SEE 
Lindenmuth, William Isaac. 

LINDENMUTH, WILLIAM ISAAC. 
Melody Court; or. Your tune on trial. 
Television, radio, or stage presentation 
idea, by William I. Lindenmuth and 
Alice Taylor Lindenmuth. Program 
no. 1. © William I. Lindenmuth, Alice 
Lindenmuth; Ic 30Mar49; DU19310. 

LINDNER, Edmund F. 
The land of the fable. DU19608. SEE 
Lindner, Gladys. 

LINDNER, GLADYS. 
The land of the fable: The story of the 
frog and the ox. Book by Gladys Lind- 
ner; music and lyrics by Ed Lindner. 



Recording script and music for two songs. 
© Gladys Lindner, Edmund F. Lindner; 
Ic 8Apr49; DU19608. 

LINDRUP, Jack. 
A country wife. DU19823. SEE Carr, 
John Emmett. 

LINE, FRANCIS RAYMOND. 
Television scripts tiy Francis R.. Line, 
Helen Line, and Phil Paradise. © Francis 
R. Line, Phil Paradise, Helen E. Line; 
Ic each 28Mar49. 

Adventure parade. DU19304. 
Adventure unlimited. DU19308. 
A line to the world. DU19307. 
Lines to adventure. DU19303. 
Teleadventure lines. DU19306. 
Teletravel, DU19305. 

LINE, Helen E. 
Television scripts. SEE Line, Francis 
Raymond. 

A LINE to the world, DU19307. SEE Line, 
Francis Raymond. Television scripts. 

LINES to adventure. DU19303. SEE Line, 
Francis Raymond. 

LINOU, A. 
Dominique. DU19821. SEE Noe, Yvan. 

THE LION and the mouse. DU19570. SEE 
Lehr, Lew. 

THE LION and the unicorn. DU19795. SEE 
Bigelow, Otis Munro, 

LIONE, JOHN. 
Prescription for love, a comedy in three 
acts by Jack Lyon [pseud.] © John Lione; 
Ic 27May49; DU20331. 

LIPPERT, ALICE VIRGINIA S. 
Gold rush, 1949; an inspirational sketch 
for actors or puppets. 11 leaves. © Alice 
Virginia S. Lippert; 16Feb49; DP18878. 

LISA. DU19870. SEE Karp, David. 

LISS, Joseph. SEE You Are There (Radio 
program) 

LISTEN, my children. DU20201. SEE 
Meyers, Harold. 

LISTEN to my voice. DU18912. SEE 
Clements, Jay Wellington. 

LISTEN with a pencil. C3559. SEE 
Kaufman, Silman Jay. 

LITTLE, Herb, Jr. SEE Jackson and Jill 
(Television program) 

A LITTLE analysis. DU17842. SEE 
Pincus, Abraham. 

LITTLE Boy Blue. DU19135. SEE Miller, 
Albert Griffith. 

LITTLE brass band. DU20348. SEE 
Brown, Margaret Wise. 

THE LITTLE cowboy. DU20342. SEE 
Abrashkin, Raymond. 

THE LITTLE dog laughed. DP17966. SEE 
Thomas, Geoffrey Arden. 

LITTLE folk's verse. DU19203. SEE 
Cochrane, Marian Beach. 

LITTLE HERMAN (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by McCann- 
Erickson, inc. © McCann-Erickson, inc. 

2. Jan. 8, 1949. The jade buddha. © Ic 
7Jan49; DU17981. 

3. Jan. 15, 1949. Suspicious cargo. © Ic 
7Jan49; DU17982. 

4. Jan. 22, 1949. Man of plenty. © Ic 
7Jan49; DU17983. 



53 



5. Jan. 29, 1949. Pieces of glass. © Ic 
31Jan49; DU18609. 

6. Feb. 5, 1949. Quicker than the eye. 
© Ic 31Jan49; DU18610. 

7. Feb. 12, 1949. PocketfuU of trouble. 
© Ic 31Jan49; DU18611. 

8. Feb. 19, 1949. Blood of India. © Ic 
17Mar49: DU19139. 

9. Feb. 26, 1949. Murder in a capsule. 
© Ic 25Feb49: DU18840, 

10. Mar. 5, 1949. Deep waters. © Ic 
25Feb49; DU18839. 

11. Mar. 12, 1949. Five to one. © Ic 
25Feb49; DU18838. 

12. Mar. 19, 1949. Ambush at the 
Yardley-Plaza. © Ic 17Mar49; DU19141. 

13. Mar. 26, 1949. Shades of 62d Street. 
© Ic 28Mar49: DU19255. 

14. April 2, 1949. The hands of death. 
© Ic 28Mar49; DU19256. 

15. Apr. 9, 1949. The loot question. 
© Ic llApr49; DU19588. 

16. Apr. 16, 1949. The disappearing 
house. © Ic llApr49; DU19589. 

17. Apr. 23, 1949. Death came to dinner. 
© Ic llApr49; DU19590. 

18. Apr. 30, 1949, Hot seat hostage. 
© Ic 25Apr49; DU19764. 

19. May 10, 1949. Prescription for 
crime. © Ic 9May49; DU19940. 

20. May 17, 1949. The curse of Damascus. 
© Ic 9Jun49: DU20352. 

21. May 24, 1949. Death leaves a trade- 
mark. © Ic 9Jun49; DU20353. 

22. May 31, 1949. Adventure in quarantine. 
© Ic 9Jun49; DU20354. 

23. June 7, 1949. Blackmail on the wing. 
© Ic 9Jun49: DU20355. 

24. June 14, 1949. Houseboat in Brooklyn. 
© Ic 13Jun49; DU20409. 

25. June 21, 1949. Money is no object. 
© ic 23Jun49; DU20528. 

LITTLE Johnny Strike Out. DU19624. 
SEE Loeb, John Jacob. 

THE^LITTLE match girl. DP20138. SEE 
Gheon, Henri. 

THE LITTLE mermaid. DU19755. SEE 
Let's Pretend, Apr. 30, 1949. 

LITTLE Miss Fixit. DP19247. SEE 
Russell, Earl Louis. 

THE LITTLE Red Hen. DU19569. SEE 
Lehr, Lew. 

LITTLE Red Riding Hood. SEE 
Lehr, Lew. DU19565. 
Moon, Ethel Alberta Brown. DU17886. 

THE LITTLE sweep. DP20323. SEE 
Britten, Benjamin. 

A LITTLE thing like love. DP20525. 
SEE Willock, Ruth. 

THE LITTLE tin god. DP20107. SEE 
Knowles, John. 

LITTLE Tommy Tinkle. DU19652. SEE 
Bow en, Vernon. 

LITTLE white way. DU19964. SEE 
Reinherz, Leona Gosman. 

THE UTTLE wife. DU18398. SEE The 
Actor's Studio, no. 17. 

LIVING In clover. DU18353. SEE Fain, 
Sam E. 

LIVING 1949. SEE National Broadcasting 
Company, Inc. Second class citizens. 
DP19553. 

LIVING room. DP18361. SEE McCracken, 
Esther Helen (Armstrong) 

LIZ Huntley's gang. DU19358. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2530-1755. 

LIZZIE and the whiskers. DP19484. SEE 
The Eternal Light, no. 221. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



LLOYD, DAVID DEMAREST. 
Dark leaven, a play in three acts. 

© David Demarest Lloyd; Ic 31Mar49; 

DU19328. 
Ours is the harvest, a play in four acts. 

© David Demarest Lloyd; Ic 31Mar49; 

DU19326. 

LoCICERO, BARBARA ELIZABETH 
BOGART, 

East Lynne; or, Never to be redeemed. 
An original three-act adaptation by 
Barbara Bogart, Based on the sensation- 
al novel by Ellen Price Wood. © Barbara 
Elizabeth Bogart LoCicero; Ic 13Apr49; 
DU20436. 



LOCKE, Samuel. 
Pooki and Hank. DU20324. 
Landeck, Beatrice. 



SEE 



LODGING for the night. DU19605. SEE 
Your Show Time (Television program) 

LOEB, Jack Barton. 
The weekly story. DU18684. SEE 
Fletcher, Helen Jill. 

LOEB, JOHN JACOB. 

Little Johnny Strike Out, a baseball story 
with songs for boys and girls. [Text 
and music on separate leaves] © John 
Jacob Loeb; Ic 20Apr49; DUig624. 

Little Tommy Tinkle. DU19652. SEE 
Bow en, Vernon. 

LOHENGRIN. SEE Faith, Erwin Peter, 
In distant land. DU19105. 

LOMAX, ALLEN CHRISTOPHER. 
The tide runneth out, a trilogy by Alton 
Christie Lomaxi © Allen Lomax; Ic 
13May49; on revisions: DU20070. 
Prev. reg. "The web;" 12Sep36; D45321. 



LOMAX, Alton Christie, 
Allen Christopher. 



SEE Lomax, 



LONDON, HANNAH RUTH, 
Immortal son [a play in one act] Boston, 
1949. 16 p. © Hannah R. London 
(Mrs. Benjamin M. Siegel) ; 5Apr49; 
DP19586. 

THE LONE bandit. DU18310. SEE The 
Lone Raider, no. 2484-1709. 

THE LONE RANGER (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by various 
authors. © The Lone Ranger, inc. 

2471-1696, Nov. 19, 1948, Relief train, 

by Trendle-DougaU. © Ic 12May49; 

DU19998. 
2484-1709. Dec 20, 1948. The lone 

bandit, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 

27Dec48; DU18310. 
2485-1710. Dec. 22, 1948. Three against 

the sunrise, by Trendle-GoU. © Ic 

27Dec48; DU1830&. 
2486-1711. Dec. 24, 1948. Xmas comes 

to Sandy, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 

27Dec48; DU18311. 
2487-1712. Dec. 27, 1948. Big Bill 

Landis, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 

27Dec48; DU18312. 
2488-1713. Dec. 29, 1948. Pancho Blanca, 

by Trendle-Holt. © Ic 27Dec48; 

DU18313. 
2489-1714. Dec. 31, 1948. Dead man's 

deputy, by Trendle-Striker. © Ic 

27Dec48; DU18314. 
2490-1715. Jan. 3, 1949. Lawman's legacy, 

by Trendle-GoU. © Ic 27Dec48; 

DU18315. 
2491-1716. Jan. 5, 1949. New neighbors, 

by Trendle-Holt. © Ic 27Dec48; 

DU18316. 
2492-1717. Jan. 7, 1949. Pop Travis' 

letter, by Trendle-Beattie, © Ic 

27Dec48; DU18317. 
2492-1717. Jan. 7, 1949. Man of goodwill, 

by Trendle-Holt. © Ic 4Jan49; DU18145. 
2493-1718. Jan. 10, 1949. Don Mike and 

Estrellita, by Trendle-Dougall. © Ic 

4Jan49; DU18146. 



2494-1719. Jan. 12, 1949. Mary Robert's 

legacy, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 

13Tan49; DU18147. 
2495-1720. Jan. 14, 1949. The boss of 

Cedar Bend, by Trendle-Striker. © Ic 

13jan49; DU18148. 
2496-1721. Jan. 21, 1949. Matilda's 

kittens, by Trendle-Holt. © Ic 14Jan49; 

DU18149. 
2497-1722. Jan. 19, 1949. Choctaw Pass, 

by Trendle-Striker. © Ic 14Jan49; 

DU18150-. 
2497-1722, Jan. 19, 1949. Ring, no, 1; 

by Trendle-Striker. © Ic 28Jan49; 

DU18601. 
2498-1723. Jan, 21, 1949. Joshua Blddle 

returns, by Trendle-Striker. © Ic 

14Jan49; DU18151. 
2501-1726. Jan. 28, 1949. Ned Franklin's 

grand-dad, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 

14Jan49- DU18152. 
2502-1727. Jan. 31, 1949, Fugitive from 

injustice, by Trendle-GoU. © Ic 

28Jan49; DU18602. 
2503-1728. Feb. 2, 1949. Man at large, 

by Trendle-Striker. © Ic 28Jan49; 

DU18603. 
2505-1730. Feb. 7, 1949. The bunkhouse 

trap, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 

28Jan49; DU18604. 
2506-1731. Feb. 9, 1949. Brogan's gang, 

by Trendle-Striker. © Ic 17Feb49; 

DU19034. 
2507-1732. Feb. 11, 1949. Girl from 

St, Louis, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 

17Feb49; DU19033. 
2508-1733. Feb, 14, 1949. Abilene trail, 

by Trendle-Holt. © Ic 17Feb49; 

DU19038. 
2509-1734. Feb. 16, 1949. Stolen horses, 

by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 17Feb49; 

DU19037, 
2510-1735, Feb, 18, 1949. The hero wor- 
shipper, by Trendle-GoU. © Ic 

17Feb49; DU19036. 
2511-1736. Feb. 21, 1949. Surprise for 

Red Dolan, by Trendle-Holt. © Ic 

17Mar49; DU19035. 
2512-1737. Feb. 23, 1949. Veterans 

Valley, by Trendle-GoU. © Ic lMar49; 

DU19031. 
2513-1738. Feb. 25, 1949. Apache 

treachery, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 

lMar49; DU19030. 
2514-1739. Feb. 28, 1949. Night train, by 

Trendle-DougaU. © Ic 17Feb49; 

DU19032. 
2515-1740. Mar. 2, 1949. Rifles under- 
ground, by Trendle-Striker. © Ic 

lMar49; DU19029. 
2516-1741. Mar. 4, 1949. The hole in 

the wall, by Trendle-GoU. © Ic 

lMar49; DU19027. 
2517-1742. Mar. 7, 1949. A cake for 

Skinner, by Trendle-Holt. © Ic lMar49; 

DU19028. 
2518-1743. Mar. 9, 1949. An honest man, 

by Trendle-Striker. © Ic lMar49; 

DU19047. 
2518-1743. Mar. 9, 1949. The white 

buffalo, by Trendle-Smits. © Ic 22Mar49; 

DU19346. 
2519-1744. Mar. 11, 1949. Wild West 

steamboats, by Trendle-Fox. © Ic 

18Mar49; DU19347. 
2520-1745. Mar, 14, 1949. Exiled, by 

Trendle-Holt. © Ic 22Mar49; DU19348, 
2521-1746. Mar. 16, 1949. The whimsical 

bandit, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 22Mar49; 

DU19349. 
2522-1747. Mar. 18, 1949. Horse thieves 

of Devil's Mesa, by Trendle-Fox. © Ic 

18Mar49; DU19350. 
2523-1748. Mar. 21, 1949. Face-to-face 

with guns, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 

18Mar49; DU19351. 
2524-1749. Mar. 23, 1949. A political 

debt, by Trendle-Holt. © Ic 18Mar49; 

DU19352, 
2525-1750. Mar. 25, 1949. Three against 

one, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 18Mar49; 

DU19353, 
2526-1751. Mar. 28, 1949. Legion of old 

timers, by Trendle-Fox. © Ic 22Mar49; 

DU19354. 



H 



2527-1752. Mar. 30, 1949. Where you 

find it, by Trendle-GoU. © Ic 

22Mar49; DU19355. 
2528-1753. Apr. 1, 1949. Aggie wins her 

point, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 

28Mar49; DU19356. 
2529-1754. Apr. 4, 1949. Cancel the five 

numbers, by Trendle-GoU. © Ic 

28Mar49; DU19357. 
2530-1755. Apr. 6, 1949. Special deputy, 

by Trendle-Striker. © Ic 18Apr49; 

DU19685. 
2530-1755. Apr. 6, 1949. Liz Huntley's 

gang, by Trendle-Beattie, © Ic 

28Mar49; DU19358. 
2531-1756. Apr. 8, 1949. Eastbound- 

westbound, by Trendle-Striker. © Ic 

28Mar49; DU19359. 
2532-1757. Apr. 11, 1949. Dirk Billing's 

downfall, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 

14Apr49; DU19686. 
2533-1758. Apr. 13, 1949. A lady called 

Cannonball, by Trendle-GoU. © Ic 

18Apr49; DU19687. 
2534-1759. Apr. 15, 1949. Badge of 

friendship, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 

14Apr49; DU19688. 
2535-1760. Apr. 18, 1949. Epitaph in 

Tombstone, by Trendle-Fox. © Ic 

14Apr49; DU20304. 
2537-1762. Apr. 22, 1949. Bushwhacker's 

feud, by Trendle-Fox. © Ic 14Apr49; 

DU19689. 
2538-1763. Apr. 25, 1949. The unusual 

Rex Morgan, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 

2May49; DU20021. 
2539-1764. Apr. 27, 1949. The falcon 

hawk, by Trendle-Holt. © Ic 2May49; 

DU20022. 
2540-1765. Apr. 29, 1949. Greg Hanson's 

trickery, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 

2May49; DU20023. 
2541-1766. May 2, 1949. The iron hearse, 

by Trendle-Fox. © Ic 2May49; DU20024. 
2542-1767. May 4, 1949. The gay 

cabellero, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 

2May49; DU20025. 
2543-1768, May 6, 1949. King of the 

county, by Trendle-DougaU. © Ic 

13May49; DU20026. 
2544-1769. May 9, 1949. A last request, 

by Trendle-Holt. © Ic 13May49; DU20027. 
2545-1770. May 11, 1949. Re-named town, 

by Trendle-Joyce. © Ic 13May49; 

DU20028. 
2546-1771, May 13, 1949. The medicine 

bird, by Trendle-GoU. © Ic 13May49; 

DU20029. 
2547-1772. May 16, 1949. The tenderfeet, 

by Trendle-Striker. © Ic 13May49; 

DU20030. 
2548-1773. May 18, 1949. Trail of the 

Sioux, by Trendle-Holt. © Ic 13May49; 

DU20031. 
2549-1774. May 20, 1949. Rustlers of 

Redstone, by Trendle-GoU. © Ic 

13May49; DU20032. 
2550-1775. May 23, 1949. A barrel of 

money, by Trendle-GoU. © Ic 13May49; 

DU20033. 
2551-1776. May 25, 1949. The friendly 

enemy, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 

23May49; DU20320. 
2552-1777. May 27, 1949. The feud, by 

Trendle-Striker. © Ic 23May49; DU20319. 
2553-1778. May 30, 1949. The cattle- 
buyer, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 

23May49; DU20318. 
2554-1779. June 1, 1949. Like father, like 

son: by Trendle-GoU. © Ic 31May49; 

DU20313. 
2555-1780. June 3, 1949. Savage Jackson, 

by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 3Jun49; 

DU20401. 
2556-1781. June 6, 1949. The belt buckle, 

by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 3Jun49; 

DU20402. 
2557-1782. June 8, 1949. The Beeler gang, 

by Trendle-Holt. © Ic 3Jun49; DU20403. 
2558-1783. June 10, 1949. Substitute 

ranger, by Trendle-Striker. © Ic 

15Jun49; DU20545. 
2559-1784. June 13, 1949. Double masquer- 
ade, by Trendle-Beattie. © Ic 15jun49; 

DU20546. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



THE LONE RANGER. Cont'd. 
2560-1785. June 15, 1949. Record run, 

by Trendle-Dougall. © Ic 17Jun49; 

DU20547. 
2561-1786. June 17, 1949. A dog named 

Deuce, by Trendle-GoU. © Ic 17Jun49; 

DU20548. 
2563-1788. June 22, 1949. The missing 

lawman, by Trendle-Striker. © Ic 

23May49; DU20317. 
2564-1789. June 24, 1949. Ambush at 

sundown, by Trendle-Smits. © Ic 

15jun49; DU20549. 

THE LONE RANGER, inc. SEE 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 

THE LONELY and the free. DU19782. 
SEE Roeder, Ralph Leclercq, 

THE LONESOME wind. DU18391. SEE 
Silvius, Gilbert G. 

LONG, Harrison Reed. 
Your happiness! DU20165. SEE 
Gentry, Robert Carlton. 

LONG, Harry. SEE Long, Harrison Reed. 

LONG, NELLIE AYLESWORTH. 
Novel numbers for children, a collection 
of plays for primary and intermediate 
grades. Millbrae, Calif., National Book 
Publishers, cl949. 56 p. Contents.— 
Oh happy day. — Untwining the twins. — 
When I am Santa. — Just before Christmas. 
— Information please. — Who is Jack? — 
Prairie rovers. — A passing cloud. 
© Nellie Aylesworth Long; 10Jan49; 
DP18138. 

LONG, NONA. 
Dark genius, a play about Edgar Allan 
Poe, by Nona Long. In three acts. 
© Nona Long Smyth; Ic 15Apr49; 
DU19599. 

LONG, WILLIAM H. 
After a fashion, a musical comedy In two 
acts, by William Long and James G. 
Huber. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © William H. Long, James G, 
Huber; Ic 18Feb49; DU18666. 

LONG ago. DU19711. SEE Favorite 
Story, Nov. 23, 1948. 

LONGMAN'S, Green and Company, Inc. 
Eastward In Eden. DP20153 -20154, 

SEE Durfee, Dorothy Gardner. 
Modern American plays. A29810. SEE 
Cassldy, Frederic Gomes, 

LONGSTREET, STEPHEN. 

The burning man, a play in three acts by 
Stephen Loi^street and Catherine 
Turney. © Catherine Turney, Stephen 
Longstreet; Ic 24Feb49; DU18935. 

High button shoes, a period comedy in 
two acts. New York, S. French [1949]. 
xll, 61 p. Adapted from the author's 
book "The sisters liked them handsome." 
© Stephen Loi^street; 24Jan49; DP18357. 

LOOFBOUROW, MARY REGINALDUS, sister . 
America, walk with me, my love- a play 
by Reglnaldus Loofbourow. 142 leaves. 

gl'ext and music on separate leaves] 
Sister Mary Reglnaldus, O.P.; Ic 
14Apr49; DU19864. 

LOOK at me. DU18559. SEE Alter, Paul. 

THE LOOT question. DU19588. SEE 
Little Herman, no. 15. 

LORD (Phillips H.) inc. SEE 
Counter -Spy fRadlo program^ 
Gangbusters (Radio program) 

THE LORD'S prayer. C3238. SEE Newey, 
Mary Yonan. 

LORENTZ (Pare) Associates, Inc. 
No place to hide. DU20216. SEE 
Monks, John. 



LORENZ, Victoria, pseud. SEE 
Stanley, Lorena May. 

LORENZ Publishing Company. 
The Easter garden. DP19269. SEE 

Yale, Elsie Duncan. 
Mother's gift to Ann. DP19528. SEE 

Kerr, Mildred Lewis. 

LORING, EDITH, pseud. SEE Braun, 
Wilbur. 

THE LOSER'S challenge. DU20280. SEE 
The Adventures of Frank Merrlwell, 
no. 136. 

LOSHAK, LOUIS ALLAN. 
Daddy's girl, a play In a prologue, twelve 
scenes, and an epilogue. © Louis Allan 
Loshak; Ic 27May49; on revisions; 
DU20164. Prev. reg. 2Apr46; D2851. 

THE LOST bookend. DU18802. SEE 
Jackson and Jill (Television program) 

LOST children. DP18547. SEE Mlndel, 
Joseph. 

THE LOST dead. DU17796. SEE The 
Shadow, no. 354. 

LOST freedom. DU18702. SEE 
Stlrton, Alfred Leroy. 

LOST illusion. DU19125. SEE Goodyear, 
Elizabeth. 

THE LOST opportunity. DU18950. SEE 
Kerr, Jesse Zeller. 

LOST River ambush. DU18591. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 606. 

THE LOT of Esther, DP19486. SEE 
The Eternal Light, no. 223. 

LOTAR, PETER. 
Miguel, ein Mysterlum In vier Akten. 

© Peter Lotar; Ic 10Feb49: DU18476. 
Sulla, der Glueckliche. DU16049, SEE 
Peroutka, Ferdinand. 

LOUIE 'S lunch. DU18678. SEE Plerron, 
Robert Nicholas. 

LOVE, Kermlt. SEE The Actor's Studio 
(Television program) 

LOVE a la mode. DU19152. SEE 
Brisman, Chaim. 

LOVE comes in August. DU20143. SEE 
Martinez Sierra, Gregorlo. 

LOVE, faith, and prayer, DU18457. SEE 
Hamilton, James Marlon. 

LOVE for sale. DU20390. SEE Adler, 
Marjorle Duhan. 

LOVE In a cellar. DU20065. SEE Wlere, 
Harry Vetter. 

LOVE me, I'm cheap. DU20425. SEE 
Shand, William, 

LOVE on the wing, DU18401. SEE Jay, 
Verne Roosevelt. 

LOVE plays a part. DU18057. SEE 
Diamond, C. S. 

LOVE that pet. DU19136, DU19632. SEE 
Davis, Claire H. 

LOVE thy neighbors. DU18475. SEE 
Ignat, Joseph Allen. 

LOVE, why did you leave me? DU20357. 
SEE The Sheriff, no. 243. 

LOVELL JAMES REYNOLDS. 
Tonight s the night. [Radio script] 
© James R. Lovell; Ic lFeb49; C3306. 

THE lover's dilemma. DU19758. SEE 
Rltter, Irene. 



LOVE'S way. DU19654. 
Robert Lewis. 



SEE Weed, 



LOVING, BOYCE. 
Aren't we all? A farce-comedy In three 
acts. © Boyce Loving; Ic 14Mar49; 
DU19644. 

LOWE, FLORENCE. 
The magic salt shaker, episodes 1-4. 
© Florence Lowe; Ic lMar49; DU18938. 

LOWE, HELEN TRACY (PORTER) 
Abdication, a chronicle play In five acts 
by H. T. Lowe-Porter. © H. T. Loew- 
Porter; Ic 6Apr49; DU19529. 

LOWE-Porter, H. T. SEE Lowe, Helen 
Tracy (Porter) 

LOW LOW, JACK G. 

Right place, right time. [Radio commer- 
cial] © Advertisers' Agency, Inc.; 
Ic 27May49; C3726. 

Right place, right time. Radio script. 
May 10, 1949. © Advertisers' Agency, 
Inc.; 13May49; DP20465. 

LOYAL Order of Moose. 
The child city. DU17951. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 



LUBAR, Bernard. 
Calling the stars. DUX 8692. 
Courtney, Diane. 



SEE 



LUCAS, GEORGIE FRANCES. 
Melody jackpot; a half-hour program for 
radio and television presenting new 
melodies In open jackpot contest, by 
Georgle and Joseph Lucas. [Sample 
script] © Georgle Frances Lucas, 
Joseph Wilson Lucas, Jr.; Ic 6Jun49; 
DU20251. 
The song-of-the-hour, a program for 
radio and television by Georgle and 
Joseph Lucas. [Sample script] 
© Georgle Frances Lucas, Joseph Wilson 
Lucas, Jr.; Ic 7Jun49; DU20267. 

LUCAS, JOSEPH WILSON. 
Camera caravan, a program for television. 

Sample script. © Joseph Wilson Lucas, 

Jr.; Ic 12Apr49; DU19539. 
Melody jackpot. DU20251. SEE Lucas, 

Georgie Frances. 
The song-of-the-hour. DU20267. SEE 

Lucas, Georgie Frances. 

LUCAS, WALTER RAY. 
Bundle for Britain, a scenario. © Walter 
Ray Lucas, Jr.; Ic 13May49; DU19960. 

LUCE, MARGARET. 
The rose In the cloister, and four other 
one-act plays. London, S. French [1948]. 
127 p. lUus. (French's acting edition, 
no. 434) Contents. — The rose in the 
cloister. — A house divided. — David and 
Venetla. — The falcon and the lady.— 
Distracting afternoon. © Samuel French 
ltd.; 30Dec48; DP18101. 

LUCHSINGER, Charles R. SEE Cartoon 
Teletales (Television program) 

LUCIFER, the cat. DU18002. SEE Cartoon 
Teletales, Oct. 28, 1948. 

THE LUCK of the Irish. DU18303. SEE 
Lux Radio Theatre, Dec. 27, 1948. 

THE LUCK of the Newtons. DU19682, SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 640. 

THE LUCKY medal. SEE Ballnt, Margaret 
Maria Jolan. Az ujsagarus fiu. DU18505. 

THE LUCKY shirt. DU19679. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 637. 

THE LUCKY shopper program. C3360. SEE 
Rlseman, George Jacob Matthew. 

LUDWIG, HARVEY FRED. 
Rotary tillage talk by M-E. Discourse 
no. 3, Chemical structure of soil. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



LUDWIG, HARVEY FRED, Cont'd. 

© Milwaukee Equipment Manufacturing 
Co.; Ic 2Feb49; C3311. 

Rotary tillage talk by M-E. Discourse 
no. 4, The biology of soil, by Harvey 
Fred Ludwig and Alex Norbert Klose. 
© Milwaukee Equipment Manufacturing 
Co.; Ic 14Mar49; C3528. 

Rotary tillage talk by M-E. Discourse 
no. 5, Organic structure of soil, by 
Harvey Fred Ludwig and Alex Norbert 
Klose. © Milwaukee Equipment Manufac- 
turing Co.; Ic 6jun49; C3751. 



LUKE Appling. C3747. 
Way (Radio program) 



SEE The American 



LUMET, BARUCH. 
As the twig is bent... A play in two parts, 
by Baruch Lumet, Bert Child, and Julia J. 
Lumet. © Baruch Lumet, Bert Child, 
Julia J. Lumet; Ic 18Jan49; DU18619, 



LUMET, Julia J. 
As the twig is bent... DU18619, 
Lumet, Baruch. 



SEE 



LUND, HELGA. 
Object matrimony, the first script in a 
projected television series. © Helga 
Lund A^yer; 15Nov48; DP19585. 

LUND-Schiller, Zoe. SEE Schiller, Zoe 
Lund. 

LURCH, BRUCE JOHN, 
Be quiet, my love; a comedy in three acts, 
by Bruce Brighton [pseud.] © Bruce 
Brighton; Ic 17May49; DU20230. 

LUTHER, FRANK. 
Transcript of a concert -talk to audiences 
of parents and teachers, © Frank 
Luther, inc.; Ic 25Apr49; C3604. 

LUX RADIO THEATRE (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by J. Walter 
Thompson Co. © Lever Brothers Co. 

Nov. 15, 1948. Body and soul. © Ic 

24Jan49; DU18302. 
Dec. 20, 1948, Miracle on 34th Street, 

© Ic 24Jan49; DU18304. 
Dec, 27, 1948. The luck of the Irish. 

© Ic 24Jan49; DU18303. 
Jan. 3, 1949. The mating of Millie. 

© Ic 24Jan49; DU18305. 
Jan. 10, 1949. [The velvet touch] © Ic 

28Feb49; DUrt797. 
Jan. 17, 1949. You gotta stay happy, 

© Ic 28Feb49; DU18801, 
Jan, 24, 1949. High Barbaree. © Ic 

28Feb49; DU18800. 
Jan. 31, 1949. The street with no name. 

© Ic 28Feb49; DU18799. 
Feb. 7, 1949. Captain from Castile. 

© Ic 28Feb49; DU18798. 
Feb. 14, 1949, Sitting pretty, © Ic 

28Feb49; DU18796. 
Feb. 21, 1949, The unafraid. © Ic 

29Apr49; DU20087. 
Feb. 28, 1949. Apartment for Peggy. 

© Ic 29Apr49; DU20094. 
Mar. 7, 1949. Red River. © Ic 29Apr49; 

DU20093. 
Mar. 14, 1949. What a woman. © Ic 

29Apr49: DU20092, 
Mar. 21, 1949. That wonderful urge. 

© Ic 29Apr49; DU20091. 
Apr. 4, 1949. Family honeymoon. © Ic 

29Apr49; DU20090, 
Apr. 11, 1949. The song of Bernadette. 

© Ic 29Apr49; DU20089. 
Apr. 18, 1949. The treasure of Sierra 

Madre. © Ic 29Apr49; DU20088. 
Apr. 25, 1949. When my baby smiles at 

me. © Ic 20May49; DU20075. 



LYBARGER, William M. 
Human relations in supervision. 
Armstrong Cork Company, 



SEE 



LYNCH, LOUIS DOMINIC, 
Second thoughts, a play in three acts. 

SOmagh, Ire., North-west of Ireland 
>rinting & Pub. Co., 1948] cl949. 83 p. 



© Louis D. Lynch; ljul48 (in notice: 
1949); DP20259. 

LYNN, JEANETTE. 
The friendly forest, a television produc- 
tion by Jeanette and Jerry Lynn. 
© Jeanette Lynn, Jerry Lynn; Ic 4Mar49; 
DU18866. 



LYNN, Jerry. 
The friendly forest. DU18866. 
Lynn, Jeanette. 



SEE 



LYNN, Virginia Saftord. 
The high cost of living. DU19434. SEE 

First Nighter, Jan. 20, 1949. 
South with the boarder, DU19519, SEE 

First Nighter, Feb. 10, 1949. 
Summer replacement. DU18554. SEE 

First Nighter, Nov, 11, 1948. 

LYON, Jack, pseud. SEE Lione, John. 

LYON, PETER. 
The Eternal Light. SEE The Eternal 

Light (Radio program) 
The people's choice, a radio play. A CBS 

Documentary Unit presentation. 

© Columbia Broadcasting System, inc.; 

Ic 12May49; DU19983, 

LYONS, ROBERT. 
The Florida special, a radio script. 
1 leaf. © Robert Lyons; Ic 13Jan49; 
DU18883, 



M 



MABEAU, MICHEL M, 
Home again, a satirical drama in four 
acts, by Michel Mabeau. Translated 
from the Russian by Marie D. Sarkar, 
adapted by Walker Matheson. © Michel 
Mabeau, Marie D. Sarkar, Walker 
Matheson; Ic 19Jan49; DU18079. 

MABLEY, EDWARD HOWE. 
Discrimination for everybody, an adapta- 
tion for stage of the radio script. 
Created equal, first produced over the 
network of the Columbia Broadcasting 
System, 8 December 1947. New York, 
S, French [19481, 26 p, © Edward 
Mabley; 12Nov48; DP18099, 

MABRY, IRENE B, 
I dident have a date in 1948, a dramatic 
sketch. © Irene B, Mabry; Ic 7Feb49; 
DU18777. 

McBRIDE, WALTER THOMAS, 
William of Orange, a play in four acts, 
© Walter Thomas McBride; Ic 22Jun49; 
DU20466, 

McCABE, Edna Risley, 
Little folk's verse, DU19203, SEE 
Cochrane, Marian Beach, 

McCANN, CHRISTIAN DAVID, 
On the highway to a dream; a new musical 
comedy in two acts based on the original 
story, "Blue horizon. " Book by Chris 
McCann and Ken W. Brown, words and 
music by Chris McCann. [Text and music 
on separate leaves] © Christian David 
McCann, Kenneth W. Brown; Ic 27Jun49; 
DU20537. 

McCANN, ROBERT CLINTON CLOYD. 
Union label, a three-act play. © Robert 
C. C. McCann; Ic 22Mar49; DU19199. 

McCANN-Erickson, inc. SEE 
Dr, Christian (Radio program) 
Little Herman (Radio program) 
The Sheriff (Radio program) 



MCCARTHY, Steve. 
(Radio program) 



SEE The Green Hornet 



MCCARTNEY, DAVID FRANK, 
The courtship of Adam, a play in three 
parts. © David Frank McCartney; Ic 
6Dec48; DU18419. 



5G 



Mccarty, rega kramer. 

The Easter spirit, a one-act play. 
Winona Lake, Ind., Rodeheaver Hall- 
Mack Co., C1949. [8] p. © The Rode- 
heaver Co.; 24Feb49; DP18833. 

The unexpected guest, a play in one act. 
Winona Lake, Ind., Rodeheaver Hall- 
Mack Co., C1949. [7] p. © The Rode- 
heaver Co.; 24Feb49; DP18832. 



MACAULEY, C3653. 
Way, no. CI 04. 



SEE The American 



McCLANE, ZULA LEE. 
Spirit of Moses, a blackface comedy in 
one act. © Zula Lee McClane; Ic 
lApr49; DU19329, 

McCLEERY, WILLIAM, 
Good housekeeping, a comedy in three 

acts. © William McCleery; Ic 6Apr49; 

DU19426. 
A play for Mary, a comedy in three acts, 

© William McCleery; Ic 6Apr49; 

DU19427. 

McCLURE, James Nathaniel. 
The gimmick. DU19463. SEE Stuhl, 
Dorothy Maxwell. 

Mccormick, langdon. 

Whistle and bell, a whimsical play by 
Langdon McCormick and Sylvia Bidwell. 
© Langdon McCormick, Sylvia Bidwell; 
Ic 8Mar49; DU19000. 

Mccracken, esther helen (Armstrong) 

Living room, a comedy in three acts. 
London, C. H. Fox [1944], 70 p. illus, 
(French's acting edition, no. 474) 
© Esther McCracken; 260ct44; DP18361. 

Mccracken, james. see 

The Cisco Kid (Radio program) 

McCRILLIS, carl GREGORY. 
World time signal; radio announcement, 
© Carl Gregory McCrillis: Ic 2May49: 
C3657, 

Mcculloch, samuel c. 

The feast of Sant' Urbano, a play in one 
act. © Samuel C. McCuUoch; Ic 13Jun49; 
DU20366. 

McCURDEY, CATHARINE MILLER. 
Beyond Mecca, a play in three acts, by 
Katherine Millar [pseud.] © Catharine 
Miller McCurdey; Ic 31Dec48; DU17830. 

McDERMOTT, FRANK E. 
Krack-pot jack-pot, a 30-minute audience 
participation program. [Sample script] 
© Frank E. McDermott; Ic 28Feb49; 
DU19440. 

Mcdonald, Catherine Elizabeth. 

It's for free, a twenty-five minute sketch 
for television. © Catherine McDonald; 
Ic 8Jun49; DU20293. 

Mcdonald, Frederick homer. 

The comprehensive business license, an 
address prepared for delivery before 
the Business License League. © Com- 
munity Research Institute; Ic 19Jan49; 
C3298. 

The game of Lucky strike, an address 
before the Carolina Advertising Club. 
© Frederick H. McDonald, dba Community 
Research Institute; Ic 28Apr49; C3635. 

MacDONALD, RALPH. 
No moon tonight, a farce-comedy in three 
acts. Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson 
[1949]. 103 p. (A Row -Peterson play) 
te Row, Peterson & Co.; 2jan49; DP18531. 

MacDUFFIE, Laurette. SEE Maier, Laurette 
MacDuffie. 

McEnroe, robert edward. 

The silver whistle [comedy in three acts] 
New York, Dramatists Play Service 
[1949]. 113 p. front. © Robert Edward 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



MCENROE, ROBERT EDWARD. Cont'd. 
McEnroe; 29Apr49; DP19893. Prev. 
reg. "Oliver Erwenter," 24Mar48; 
DU13599. 

McFADDEN, DOROTHY LOA. 
Mrs. Hurrybout... A series of 3-minute 
television commercials. Nos. 1-2. 
© Mrs. Dorothy L. McFadden; Ic 
8Mar49; DU18998. 

McGILL, JERRY. 
Birds of passage; or, Storm of passage, 
A play in three acts. © Jerry McGlU; 
Ic 8Jun49; DU20329. 

McGOVERN, MILTON. 
"Yet never a word," a drama in three 
acts. © Milton McGovern; Ic 17Mar49; 
DU19150. 

McGOWAN, John. 
My talking picture letter to you. DU19134. 
SEE Davis, Claire H. 

McGRAW, Walter J. SEE Nick Carter, 
Master Detective (Radio program) 

M.ACHIAVELLI, Niccolo. 
The prince. SEE 
What Do You Think? Does the end 

justify the means. C3348. 
What Do You Think? Should we adopt 
Russia's tactics? C3322. 

LA MACHINE a ecrire. SEE Cocteau, 
Jean. Theatre, t. 2. DP19819. 

MACK, Nila. SEE 
Let's Pretend (Radio program) 

MCKEAN, MILDRED BROTHERS. 
Buff, darlingl A comedy in three acts by 
Mildred Brothers McKean and Millicent 
Hoyt McKean; Ic 25Feb49; on revisions; 
DU18795. Prev. reg. 150ct47; D1984. 

McKEAN, Millicent Hoyt. 
Buff, darlingl DU18795. SEE McKean, 
Mildred Brothers. 



McKEE, Burtt Francis. 
Hello America. C3795. 
Maury J. 



SEE Farrell, 



McKEESPORT, Pa. Radio Station WEDO. 
Batter-up. C3634. SEE Badger, 
Robert E. 

McKENNA, EDWIN HENRY. 
Time marches backl An original televi- 
sion show. © Edwin Henry McKenna; 
Ic 24Feb49; DU18771. 

McLAIN, GENE ARTHUR. 
Inherit the wind, a play in three acts. 
© Gene Arthur McLain; Ic 7Feb49; 
DU1843B. 

McLAIRD, ARTHUR M. 
Forever, an opera-comique in three 
acts by Art McLaird, music by Ray 
Heaps. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © Arthur M. McLaird, Jr., 
Raymond B. Heaps; Ic 16May49; 
DU19979. 

MCLAUGHLIN, Mignon. 
Gaden. DU18355. SEE McLaughlin, 

Robert. 
Gayden. DU19317. SEE McLaughlin, 
Robert. 

Mclaughlin, robert. 

Gaden, a play in three acts by Robert and 
Mignon McLaughlin. © Robert Mc- 
Laughlin, Mignon McLaughlin; Ic 
27Jan49; DU18355. 

Gayden, a play in three acts by Robert and 
Mignon McLaughlin. © Mignon McLaugh- 
lin, Robert McLaughlin; Ic 30Mar49; on 
revisions; DU19317. Prev. reg. "Gaden" 
27Jan49, DU18355. 

MacLEOD, WILLIAM CHRISTIE. 
On the assimilation of a self-scoring 
technique to the quiz pattern and the con- 



stitution thereby of a game. [Lecture] 
© William Christie MacLeod; Ic 6Apr49; 
C3539. 
Supplementary comments on the assimila- 
tion of gaming elements to the quiz 
pattern. [Lecture] © William Christie 
MacLeod; Ic 12Apr49; C3566. 

McLIAM, John, pseud. SEE Williams, John. 

McNAMEE, EDWARD. 
We sat by the fleshpots, a play in six 
scenes. © Edward McNamee; Ic lljan49; 
DU18680. 

MCNEIL, BEATRICE HUMISTON. 
Elmer and the soprano, a comedy in one 
act. Boston, Baker's Plays [1949]. 53 p. 
illus. (Baker's plays for amateurs) 
© Walter H. Baker Co.; 6Apr49; DP19452. 

MCQUEEN, Mildred Hark. SEE Hark, 
Mildred. 

McQueen, Noel. 
If we only could cook, DP 182 85, SEE 

Hark, Mildred. 
Nothing to be thankful for. DP18026. 

SEE Hark, Mildred, 
The star in the window. DP19284, SEE 

Hark, Mildred. 
Vote for Uncle Sam. DP18284. SEE 

Hark, Mildred. 

McQUILLIN, EDNA JOSEPHINE. 
Rehearsal for romance. Radio script 
written for the Detroit Edison Company, 
© Edna Josephine McQuillin; Ic 12jan49; 
C3337. 

McRAE, Sheridan, pseud. SEE Bell, 
James H, 

MADAME de Falindor. DU19800, SEE 
Manoir, Georges. 

MADCAP, the mountain goat. DU18012. 
SEE Cartoon Teletales, Sept. 29, 1948. 

MADDEN, HARRY TIMOTHY. 
My wife doesn't understand nie, a play in 
two acts and eleven scenes. © Harry T. 
Madden; Ic 17May49; DU19989. 

MADEMOISELLE from River's End. 
DU19025, SEE Dr. Christian, no, 538. 

MADISON Carr returns. DU19673. SEE 
The Green Hornet, no. 935. 

MADONNA from Memphis, DU18806. 
SEE Levine, Ben. 

THE MADWOMAN of Chaillot, DP19824, 
SEE Giraudoux, Jean, 

MAGEE, Mrs. Charles F. SEE Magee, 
Mary Jane. 

MAGEE, MARY JANE. 
The women's club of the air; a new, original 
radio program. [Sample script] © Mary 
Jane Magee (Mrs. Charles F. Magee); Ic 
22N0V48; C3495. 

MAGGIE. DU19744, SEE Dunn, Caesar, 

THE MAGIC brain. DU18843. SEE The 
Sheriff, no. 228. 

THE MAGIC Christmas tree. C3464. SEE 
Langer, Adolph Arthur. 

THE MAGIC circle. C3490. SEE Whitney, 
Helen Lenore. 

THE MAGIC hammer. DP18775. SEE 
Freehof, Lillian S. 

THE MAGIC light. DU19056. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 616. 

MAGIC on Christmas Eve. DU19110. SEE 
Bookjans, Bertha Rose. 

THE J/IAGIC salt shaker, DU18938. SEE 
Lowe, Florence. 

57 



THE MAGIC shop. DU19906. 
Edward T. 



SEE Johnson, 



THE MAGIC spectacles. DP18877. SEE 
Kelley, Mary Sullivan. 

THE MAGIC touch. DU20098. SEE 
Alexander, Marjorie Marie. 

THE MAGIC trapline, SEE Mellon, George 
Ellsworth. The castle land of the sky. 
DU19695, 

MAHL, WILLIAM. 
The rose, a costume melodrama in one 
act by Anthony Marshall [pseud.] 
© William Mahl; Ic 10Jan49; DU17950. 

MAIER, LAURETTE MacDUFFIE. 
Public like a frog, a play in three acts 
and five scenes by Laurette MacDuffie. 
© Laurette MacDuffie Maier; Ic 23Jun49; 
DU20534. 

MAIL-O-VISION. DP1B920. SEE Kashuk 
(Lew) and Son Advertising Company. 

MAINVILLE, ELDOR JEAN. 
Find a place to die, a three-act play. 
© Eldor Jean Mainville; Ic lApr49; 
DU19385. 

MAIR, MARY EMMA, 

Account closed, a fifteen-minute sketch 
for the radio by Mary Calland [pseud,] 
© Mary Emma Mair; Ic 17Jan49; 
DU18087, 

Blue sequins, a thirty-minute radio 
detective' drama by Mary Calland [pseud.] 
© Mary Emma Mair; Ic 17Jan49; 
DU18086. 

MAIRENS, JACQUES. 
EUe a dit: Jamais! Comedie en trois 
actes. © Jacques Mairens; Ic 10jan49; 
DU19438, 

MAISON, Rene. 
Faust. DU19985. SEE Gounod, Charles 
Francois. 

MAJOR, CLARE TREE, 
Hansel and Gretel, a play in two acts. 
© Clare Tree Major; Ic 22Jun49; 
DU20468, 

MAKEREADY. C3210. SEE Maynard, 
Harold Bright. Master salesmanship. 

MAKING the shoes fit, C3609. SEE 
handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

MALATESTA, LUIGI. 
Der unsichtbare Weg (II cammino invisibile) 
lyrisch-dramatische oper [von] Luigi 
Malatesta, Dichtung [von] Carl Julius 
Abegg. Versione ritmica italiana di Mary 
Tibaldi Chiesa. Riduzione per canto e 
pianoforte. Milano, G. Ricordi, 1948. 
291 p. German and Italian. © Luigi 
Malatesta; 9Dec48; DP18710, 

MALEK, STANLEY J. 
The story of John Milton's "Paradise 
lost;" revised for radio. © Stanley J. 
Malek; Ic 26Apr49; DU19930. 

MALLAN, LLOYD. 
The thing beyond, a play in three acts. 
© Lloyd Mallan; Ic 8Feb49; DU18434. 

MALLIS, CONSTANTINE ALEXANDER HAGI. 
A midsummer night's dream; or. One 
world. A modern musical adaptation by 
Alex Gabriel ]^pseudj of that famous old 
comedy by WUliam Shakespeare. Lyrics 
by Guy Puck [pseud.] music by Rex 
Ober on [pseud.] Text only. © Constan- 
tine Alexander Hagi Mallis; Ic 6Apr49; 
DU19522. 

MALLORY, PETER. 
And so to bed, a comedy in three acts. 
© Peter Mallory; Ic 16May49; DU19992. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



IVL\LMAR, McKnight. 
The storm. DU19544. SEE Studio One 
(Television program) Nov. 7, 1948. 

MALONEY, Martin J. 
Case dismissed. DU18533. SEE First 
Nighter, Nov. 18, 1948. 

MALOY, RICHARD. 
Hollow trumpet, a drama in two acts. 
© Richard Maloy; Ic 26Jan49; DU18365. 

MALTZ, MAXWELL. 
Diana's mirror, a play in two acts. 

© Maxwell Maltz; Ic 12Apr49; DU19615. 
The open doors, a play in two acts. 

© Maxwell Maltz; Ic 12Apr49; DU19614. 

MAN and wife, DU1B030. SEE Gordon, 
Ruth. 

MAN at large. DU1B603. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2503-1728. 

MAN bites apple. DU19743. SEE 
Williams, Bernice W. 

THE MAN from Sverdlosk. DU19217. 
SEE Du Bois, William. 

MAN in the moon. DU17949. SEE DeNoon, 
David John. 

A MAN miscalled a miser. DU19459. SEE 
Storey, Violet AUeyn. 

A MAN of distinction. DU17819, SEE 
O'Byrne, Emmet Patrick. 

MAN of good will. DU18145. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2492-1717. 

MAN of plenty. DU17983. SEE Little 
Herman, no. 4. 

MAN on a broom. DU20460. SEE Solomon, 
Louis. 

THE MAN ran up the clock. DU19804. 
SEE Carriere, Albert. 

THE MAN who hated God. DP18536. SEE 
The Eternal Light, no. 199. 

THE MAN who .knew Carver. DP19252, 
DP19481. SEE The Eternal Light, no. 218. 

THE MAN who saw the elephant. DU19432. 
SEE First Nighter, Jan. 6, 1949. 

THE MAN who touched the stars. DP18473. 
SEE The Eternal Light, no. 207. 

THE MAN with the kiss of God. DP18534. 
SEE The Eternal Light, no. 204. 

THE MAN with the red coat. DU18320. 
SEE The Challenge of the Yukon, no. 591. 

MANANA de sombras. DP18931. SEE 
Alvarez Quintero, Serafin. 

MANCHESTER, JAMES GORDON. 
Tillie and Dink in Square Land; script no. 1. 
[Recording script] © Lewis Edwin Ryan, 
Advertising Agency; Ic ljun49; DU20217. 

THE MANCHESTER marriage. DU18453. 
SEE Your Show Time (Television program) 

MANGANARO, ANGELINE MARY. 
Our Lady of Fatima, cantata for mixed 
voices. 12 pages. © Angeline Manganaro; 
Ic 9Feb49; DU18787. 

MANGUM, EDWARD P. 
Somersault in the sea, a farce in two acts 
by Edward Mangum and Zelda Fichandler. 
Lyrics and music by Albert Berkowitz. 
[Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Edward P. Mangum, Zelda Fichandler, 
Albert M. Berkowitz; Ic 27Jun49; DU20567. 

MANHATTAN rain. DU19521. SEE First 
Nighter, Mar. 17, 1949. 



MANN, Claire. SEE 
Relaxercising: Figure magic, 1949 (Tele- 
vision program) 

MANN, Mrs. Clyde. SEE Mann, Martha 
Neville. 

MANN, HANNAH. 
The Easter egg mystery. [A musical play. 

Text only] 4 leaves. © Hannah Mann; 

ljan49; DP20156. 
A flag for Flag Day, a play in one act. 

© Hannah Mann; 10May49; DP20411. 

MANN, MARTHA NEVILLE. 
Nathan Hale, patriot; a play in three acts 
with a prologue. Based on the author's 
novel of the same title. © Martha 
Neville Mann (Mrs. Clyde Mann); Ic 
21Jun49; DU20457. 

MANOIR, GEORGES. 
Madame de Falindor; comedie en trois 
actes par Georges Manoir et Arniand 
Verhylle. © Georges Manoir, Armand 
Verhylle; Ic 22Apr49; DU19800, 



MAN 'S little w Oman. DU 1 9 1 1 1 . 
Bestor, Sarah Constance. 



SEE 



A MAN'S wife. SEE Gates, Gladys Gates. 
Lady Washington. DU20392. 

MANUEL, Juan. SEE Juan Manuel, infante 
of Castile. 

IvlARAY, SANDOR. 
Adventure, a play in three acts by Sandor 
Maray. Translated into English by Lilly 
Hatvany. © Roboz International Produc- 
tions, inc.; Ic 25Apr49; DU19982. 

MARCH, William, pseud. SEE Campbell, 
William Edward March. 

MARCHAND, LEOPOLD. 
Le secret aes dieux, comedie en trois 
actes. [1949] cl94&. (hi Les Oeuvres 
libres, no. 33. Paris, A. Fayard, 1949. 
p. [215]-3ia) © Leopold Marchand; 
15Feb49; DP19397. 

MARCUS, Alan. SEE The Eternal Light 
(Radio program) 

MARGE 'N' GERRY (Television program) 
Scripts in this series are by Alan M. 
Fishburn. © Alan M. Fishburn. 

1-3. © le each 10Feb49; DU18495-18497. 

MARGOLIES, ALBERT. 
Green is for go, a play in three acts. 
© Albert Margolies; Ic 31Mar49; 
DU19327. 

LA MARGUERITE. SEE Anouilh, Jean, 
Ardele. DU18518, DU19198, 

LE MARIAGE de Figaro. SEE Beaumarchais, 
Pierre Augustin Caron de. The marriage 
of Figaro. DU19490. 

MARIE Stuart, reine d'fecosse. DP19398. 
SEE Bernard, Jean Jacques. 

LES MARlfiS de la Tour Eiffel. SEE 
Cocteau, Jean. Theatre, t. 1. DP19270. 

MARINO, JOHN NICHOLAS. 
Pauper s penthouse, a play in three acts. 
© John Nicholas Marino; Ic 3Jun49; 
DU20241. 

MARION, IRA. 
Erika Denton, a new play in three acts. 

© Ira Marion; Ic 24Jan49; DU18763. 
This is no dream, a living newspaper about 
Israel. A play in five scenes. © Ira 
Marion; Ic 30Mar49; DU19291. 

iviARIZANCEN, pseud. SEE Castro Fernandez, 
Hector Alfredo. 

MARJORIE Daw. SEE Favorite Story, 
Nov. 23, 1948. 



58 



MARKEL, Helen. 
Kitten hips. DU19077. SEE Hotchner, 
Aran Edwin. 

MARKS (Edward B.) Music Corporation. 
The model bride. DP20064. SEE Allen, 
Harold B. 

THE MARQUISE. DU19004. SEE Your 
Show Time (Television program) 

MARRIAGE. DU18892. SEE Bakshy, 
Alexander. 

iVLARRIAGE a la mode. DU20291. SEE 
AUardice, James Burns. 

THE MARRIAGE noose. DP20257. SEE 
Newman, Terry. 

MARRIAGE of convenience. DU19831. 
SEE Monaghan, James E. 

THE MARRIAGE of Figaro. DU19490. SEE 
Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de. 

MARSAN, Jean. 
Interdit au public. DP19820. SEE Domes, 
Roger. 

MARSHA CK, ALEXANDER. 
The bells of Calais. [Recording script] 
© Young People's Records, inc.; Ic 
ljun49; DU20345. 



MARSHALL, Anthony, pseud. 
Mahl, William. 



SEE 



MARSHALL, Howard Edward. 
Finger on the pulse. DU19814. SEE 
Porter, Stephen Winthrop. 

MARSHALL, Jane, pseud. SEE Goodmann, 
Henrietta. 

MARSHALL, LAWRENCE PARSONS. 
Slaughter on Tenth Avenue, a dramatic 
sketch by Larry MarshalL Music by 
Richard Rodgers. [Text only] © Lawrence 
P. Marshall, Jr.; Ic 2Mar49; DU18986. 



MARSHALL, Sidney. 
No greater need. DU19520. 
Nighter, Mar. 10, 1949. 



SEE First 



MARSHALL, THOMAS. 

Herb Shriner television show; by Thomas 
Marshall and John Van Geldern. [Sample 
script] © Martin Video Production, inc.; 
Ic 23May49; DU20233. 

Mystery Miss; television show. Sample 
script by Thomas Marshall and John 
Bernard Van Geldern. © Martin Video 
Production, inc.; Ic 23May49; C3765. 

Rhythmasters show; television program. 
Sample script by Thomas Marshall and 
John Bernard Van Geldern. © Martin 
Video Production, inc.; Ic 25May49; 
DU20481. 



MARSHALL Grant Pictures, inc. 
Grant (Marshall) Pictures, inc. 



SEE 



MARTENS, ANNE (COULTER) 
One foot in heaven, dramatized by Anne 
Coulter Martens from the novel by 
Hartzell Spence. Chicago, Dramatic 
Pub. Co. [1948]. 104 p. illus. © The 
Dramatic Pub. Co.; 13Dec48; DP19872. 
The stuffed shirt, a comedy in one act, 
Boston Baker's Plays [1949]. 29 p. 
(Baker s plays for amateurs) © Walter 
H. Baker Co.; 5Feb49; DP18506. 

MARTIN, Carroll. 
Guests. DU19734. SEE Martin, Thomas 
Andrew. 

MARTIN, CHARLES H. 
The election bet, a play in three acts. 
© Chas. H. Martin; Ic 18May49; DU20053. 

MARTIN, Clyde Eugene. 
Concepts of normality and abnormality in 
sexual behavior, C3395. SEE Kinsey, 
Alfred Charles. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



MARTIN, Edith. 
The Marquise. DU190u4. SEE Your 
Show Time (Television program) 

MARTIN, GERTRUDE GRAVES. 
Thirty minutes at the county fair [a musical 
play. New York] Belwin [19491. 16 p. 
© Belwin, inc.; i5Jun49; DP204G3. 

MARTIN, HELEN. 
When the circus comes to town. [Verse] 
2 leaves. © Helen Martin; Ic 20May49; 
C3798. 

MARTIN, Herbert Edward. 
That's the spiritl DU20454. SEE Rose, 
Irwin. 

MARTIN, JOHN M. 
The country editor, a humorous reading, 
© Wetmore Declamation Bureau; lSep48; 
DP18378, 

MARTIN, Myrtle. SEE Ball, Myrtle Martin. 

MARTIN, Ruth Kelley. 
The bat. DU20393, DU20575. SEE Strauss, 

Johann. 
The gypsy baron. DU20282, SEE Strauss, 

Johann. 

MARTIN, THOMAS ANDREW. 
Guests, a three-act comedy by Tom and 
Carroll Martin. © Thomas Andrew 
Martin, Carroll Martin; Ic 26Apr49; 
DU19734. 

MARTIN, Thomas Philipp. 
The bat. DU20393, DU20575. SEE Strauss, 

Johann. 
The gypsy baron. DU20282. SEE Strauss, 

Johann. 

MARTIN, WILLIAM THOMAS. 
Desert rat, an original three-act drama. 
© William Thomas Martin; Ic 10Dec48; 
DU17998. 

MARTIN Video Production, inc. 
Comic time. DU20232. SEE Gold, Horace. 
Herb Shriner television show. DU20233. 

SEE Marshall, Thomas. 
Mystery Miss. C3765. SEE Marshall, 

Thomas. 
Rhythmasters show.. DU20481. SEE 

Marshall, Thomas. 

MARTINEZ SIERRA, GREGORIO. 
Love comes in August, a comedy in three 
acts. Translated from the Spanish "Sueno 
de una noche de agosto"by Donald 
Devenish Walsh. © Donald Devenish 
Walsh; Ic 26May49; DU20143. 

MARTINS and the McCoys. DU19376. SEE 
Bryant, Billy Edward. 

THE MARTYRS. DU20200. SEE Hoffman, 
Eruanuel. 

MARWITZ, ROLAND. 
Tanz im Thermidor, eine ernste Komodie 
in drei Akten. © Theaterverlag Eirich 
Ges. m.b.H.; Ic 19Apr48; DU18293. 

MARX, Groucho. 
Time for Elizabeth. DP20062. SEE 
Krasna, Norman. 

MARX, Julius H. SEE Marx, Groucho. 

MARY Agnese, Sister. 
Believe-receive. SEE Saint Mary-of-the- 
Woods College. One-act plays for all 
girl casts. DP17989. 

MARY Olive, Sister. 
The spinners. SEE Saint Mary-of-the- 
Woods CoUef^e. One-act plays for all 
girl casts. DP17989. 

MARY Reginaldus, Sister . SEE Loof- 
bourow, Mary Reginaldus, sister . 

MARY Baker Eddy and the printing of her 
books. C3630. SEE Orcutt, William Dana. 



MARY finds she's a Brownie. DP19776. 
SEE Armstrong, Dorothy Grace. 

MARY Robert's legacy. DU18147. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2494-1719. 

MARY wasn't here. DP19552. SEE 
Phillips, Marguerite Kreger. 

MARY'S whisper. DU20573, SEE Kel Finn, 
pseud. 

MASON, LUCY. 
All that glitters, a play in three acts, by 
Lucy Mason and Theresa Maxwell Con- 
over. © Theresa Maxwell Conover, 
Lucy Mason; Ic 22Jan49; DU17754. 

MASON, MAX. 
Field operations in the Tennessee Valley 
Authority. [Lecture] © Max Mason; 
Ic 21Feb49; C3713. 

MASON, Wilton. 
Wherein is treasured and renewed, 
DU20365. SEE Schenkkan, Robert 
Frederic. 

MASS production. DU20178. SEE Keeping 
Up With the Wigglesworths, no. 117. 

MASSMAN, Ben. 
Ah choosen uff probeer. DU19419. SEE 
Leib, Sol. 

IvIASTER leader, C3218, SEE Maynard, 
Harold Bright. Master salesmanship, 

MASTER salesmanship, C3210-3218, SEE 
Maynard, Harold Bright, 

MASTEROFF, JOSEPH, 
Yesterday, a play in two acts, © Joseph 
Masteroff; Ic 16Jun49; DU20430. 

MASTERS, LILLIAN DECKER, 
Ali Baba and the forty thieves, a play for 
children by Lillian and Robert Masters, 
Anchorage, Ky., Children's Theatre 
Press [1948] cl947, 47 p, illus, © The 
Children's Theatre Press; 29Jan48; 
DP19065, 

MASTERS, Robert W. 
Ali Baba and the forty thieves, DP19065, 
SEE Masters, Lillian Decker, 

THE MASTERS, DU18411. SEE Goldman, 
Leo, 

MATERIAL evidence. DU19458. SEE 
Joseph, Nathan Brisk. 

MATERNA, TED OSCAR. 
International quiz, by Ted Materna and 
Nellene Smith. [Sample radio script] 
© Ted Oscar Materna, Nellene Smith; 
Ic llMay49; C3678. 

MATHESON, Walker. 
Home again. DU18079. SEE Mabeau, 
Michel M. 

MATHEWS, Vera, pseud. SEE Schoenbaum, 
Vera Marie. 

MATILDA'S kittens. DU18149. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2496-1721. 

THE MATING of Millie, DU18305, SEE 
Lux Radio Theatre, Jan, 3, 1949, 

A MATTER of identity, DU18153, DU18332. 
SEE The Green Hornet, no, 906, 

A MATTER of indirection, DU20543, SEE 
The Green Hornet, no, 954, 

A MATTER of time, DU19674. SEE The 
Green Hornet, no, 936, 

MATTOON, NANCY NINA, 
Chimney corner; radio script, Feb, 26, 
1949, © Nancy Nina Mattoon; Ic 23Apr49; 
DU19766. 



59 



MATZ, JAMES MARIO. 
Freedom is a dove, a musical drama in 

three acts. [Text only] © James M. 

Matz; Ic 16Feb49; DU18533. 
Freedom is a dove, a musical drama in 

three acts. [Text only] © James M. 

Matz; Ic 25Apr49; on revisions; DU19780, 

MAUGHAM, WILLIAM SOMERSET, 
Quartet: stories by W. Somerset Maugham, 
screenplays by R. C. Sherriff. London, 
W. Heinemann [1948]. 243 p. illus., port. 
Contents.— Foreword by R. C, Sherriff.— 
The facts of life.— The alien corn.— The 
kite.— The colonel's lady. © W. Somerset 
Maugham, R. C. Sherriff; 280ct48; Ic 
24Mar49; AI-2111, 

MAUKE, Wilhelm. 
Thamar, DP17798. SEE Hager, Franziska. 

MAUPASSANT, Guy de. 
Bel ami. DU19595. SEE Eckhardt, Fritz. 

MAURICE, the mouse, and Saint Nick. 
DU18008. SEE Cartoon Teletales, Dec, 19, 
1948, 

MAVOR, OSBORNE HENRY, 

Daphne Laureola, a play in four acts by 
James Bridie [pseud,] © O, H, Mavor; 
Ic 20Apr49; DU19621, 

The Forrigan reel; a play with music in 
a prologue, two acts, and an epilogue, 
by James Bridie [pseud.] and Cedric 
Thorpe Davie, fXext only] © O, H, 
Mavor; Ic 2Jun49; DU20225. 

It depends what you mean, an improvisation 
for the Glockenspiel, by James Bridie 
[pseud.] In three acts. © O, H, Mavor; 
Ic 2Jun49; DU20224, 

John Knox, and other plays by James Bridie 
[pseud.] London, Constable [1949] 320 p. 
Contents. — John Knox. — Dr. Angelus, — 
It depends what you mean. —The Forrigan 
reel. © Osborne Henry Mavor; 7Apr49; 
Ic 3Jun49; AI-2261, 

MAXFIELD, Romilly, psued, SEE Thornley, 
Alice, 

MAY, EMMETT MENREL, 
Gallant son, a play in three acts, © Emmett 
M, May; Ic 16Mar49; DU19153, 

MAY, MARJORIE. 
Cover to cover, an intimate revue in two 
acts. Sketches and lyrics by Marjorie 
May, music by Margaret Bonds. [Text 
only] © Marjorie May, Margaret Bonds; 
Ic 3iMay49; DU20204. 

MAY I help you, please? DU18072, SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc, 

MAYA, SEE Ely, John T, A, Bella-Maya. 
DU19949, 

MAYER, J. MANUEL, 
Playground, a play in two acts by J, Manuel 
Reyam [pseud.] © J, Manuel Mayer; Ic 
23Jun49; DU20495, 

MAYER, JEROME. 
Wisteria Cottage, a play in two acts. Based 
on the novel by Robert M, Coates, 
© Jerome Mayer; Ic 10Jan49; DU18022, 

MAYNARD, HAROLD BRIGHT, 
Master salesmanship, [A series of lectures] 
© Harold Bright Maynard; Ic each 
3Dec48, 

Approach with benefits, C3212, 
Coaching the salesman on the job, C3211, 
Eliminate retardants. C3217, 
Makeready. C3210, 
Master leader; instructions in the use of 

solicitation problem cases. C3218, 
Ring up the sale, C3216, 
Solicitation problems, C3215. 
Stimulate desire, C3213, 
Tell the tacts, C3214, 

MAYNE, Joseph H, 
Shockproof shipping, C3273, SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



MAYNE, Joseph H. Cont'd. 
Wiley's big week. DU18989. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

MAYO, TOHN. 
World s famous international prayer. 
[Poem] © John Mayo; Ic 14Apr49; 
C3597. 

MAYORGA, MARGARET. 
The best one-act plays of 1948-1949. New 
York, Dodd, Mead, 1949. 277 p. Contents. 
— For each man kills, by Gerty Agoston. — 
Fortunata writes a letter, by Theodore 
Apstein. — A bed with the others, by S. G, 
Williamson and Joseph Shore. — Whistle, 
daughter, whistle, by Ernest Kinoy.— 
A wake for me and thee, by Ward Costello. 
— Patrick Bronte and the Saint, by Barbara 
Packer. — Mind in the shadow, by Arnold 
Perl.— O distant land, by Stanley Richards. 
— Wantin' fever, by E. W. Hi^hes. — 
Impasse, by F. A. Woodress. — Bibliog- 
raphies: Selected plays of the year; New 
collections of one-act plays. © Dodd, 
Mead & Co., inc.; 9May49; AA117053. 

THE MAYOR'S masquerade balL DU18871. 
SEE Falk, Ethel H. 



MAYS, Arthur Wister. 
Jerome, pseud. 



SEE Lawrence, 



MAZER, JOSEPH I. 
The copper year, a play in three acts by 
Joseph I. Mazer and Donald H. Dunlap. 
© Joseph I. Mazer, Donald H. Dunlap; 
Ic 2May49; DU19832. 



MEAD, George. 
La traviata. DU20163. 
Guiseppe. 



SEE Verdi, 



MEADE, CHARLES R. 

The men's lecture, given in connection 
with exhibition of the motion picture 
"Mom and Dad. " © Hygienic Produc- 
tions, inc.- Ic 31Jan49; C3304. 

The women s lecture, given in connection 
with exhibition of the motion picture 
"Mom and Dad." © Hygienic Produc- 
tions, inc.; Ic 31Jan49; C3303. 

MEADOWS, Marguerite, pseud. SEE 
Ackerman, Marguerite. 

THE MEAL that convicted. DU19051. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 624. 

THE MEANING of Christmas. DU17834, 
SEE The Hour of St. Francis (Radio 
program) 

MEANS, Margaret, 
Promise of marriage, DU19295. SEE 
Kadow, Leonora M. 

LE mSdECIN malgre lui. SEE Follmann, 
Joseph Francis. Doctor, dear doctor! 
DU20162, 



THE MEDICINE bird. DU20029, 
Lone Ranger, no. 2546-1771, 



SEE The 



THE MEDICINE of Hau Sao. DP20110, 
SEE Jeffrey, Charles F. 

MEDNICK, STANLEY ROBERT, 
Slow the whistle sang! A play in three acts, 
© Stanley Robert Mednick; Ic 6Jan49; 
DU17882. 

MEERKERK, MAXIMILLAAN E, R. F. 
Peggy and Lo, a play in three acts. 
© Maximiliaan E. R, F. Meerkerk; Ic 
30Mar49; DU19313. 

MEET Mister Magee. SEE Vest, Peter 
Jean, The case of the missii^ playboy. 
DU19229. 

MEET yourself. DU19526. SEE Scott, 
Robert Sanford. 

m£GAR£E. DP19817, SEE Druon, Maurice, 



MEIGS Publishing Company. 
Where the sun shone, DP20433. SEE 
Ashton, Leonora Sill. 

MELLON, GEORGE ELLSWORTH. 
The castle land of the sky; original story 
by George Ellsworth Mellon, adapted 
for radio by Virginia M. Cooke. 
Episode 1, The magic trapline. © George 
Ellsworth Mellon; Ic 22Mar49; DU19695. 

MELODIE aus Paris. DU18296. SEE 
Fischer-Karwin, Heinz. 

MELODY Court. DU19310. SEE Linden- 
muth, William Isaac. 

MELODY jackpot. DU20251. SEE Lucas, 
Georgie Frances. 

MELODY Lane amateur song writing con- 
test. DU19785. SEE Honsberger, Herbert 
Marshall, 

MELODY, the humming bird, DU18007, 
SEE Cartoon Teletales, Dec, 5, 1948, 

MEMORY Lane, DU19768, SEE Phillips, 
Theodore J, 

MEN at work— together, DU18034. SEE 
Mosher (Ira) Associates, inc. 

THE MEN who come to our house. C3701. 
SEE Bartell, Gerald Aaron. 

THE MEN'S lecture. C3304. SEE Meade, 
Charles R. 



MENTAL murder. 
Sarah Francis. 



DU19914. SEE Page, 



MENZEL, HANNS, 
Aphrodite ist meine Frau; Komodie in 

drei Akten, © Theaterverlag Eirich 

Ges. m.b.H.; Ic 19Apr48; DU18286. 
Spitzbuben; Komodie in drei Akten. 

© Theaterverlag Eirich Ges. m.b.H.; 

Ic 19Apr48; DU182B7. 

MERDON, Elver, pseud. SEE Stow sand, 
Ida Marie. 

MEREDITH, Isaac Hickman. 
Golden roses. DP19527, SEE Yale, 

Elsie Duncan, 
The story of the cross, DP19268, SEE 
Parker, Thelma. 

MERRICK, Leonard. 
The judgment of Paris. DU19714. SEE 
Favorite Story, Jan. 25, 1949. 



MERRILL, Howard. 
(Radio program) 



SEE You Are There 



MERRILL, MILDRED HENRY. 
Aftermath, a play in two acts by Mildred 
Merrill and Stephen Gross. © Mildred 
Henry Merrill, Stephen Gross; Ic 
10May49; DU19928. 
The challer^e of the Yukon. SEE The 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 

MERRITT, PATRICIA ANN. 
The search into darkness, a three-act 
play. © Patricia Ann Merritt; Ic 
31Mar49; DU19336. 

THE MERRY jests of Hershel Ostropolier, 
DP18470. SEE The Eternal Light, no. 214. 

THE MESSAGE. A32891. SEE Richardson, 
Isla Paschal. 

MESSAGE against the secularization of 
Palestine, C3364. SEE Goldberg, Oskar. 



MESSENGER of prayer. DP18537. 
The Eternal Light, no. 196. 



SEE 



METCALFE, FELICIA. 
Three fingers in the door, a mystery- 
comedy in three acts. Cedar Rapids, la., 
Heuer Pub. Co., cl949. 106 p. illus. 
© Edward I. Heuer; 17May49; DP20134. 

60 



I^IEXICAN heydaze. DU20395. SEE 
Bedortha, Jim. 

MEYERS, HAROLD. 
Listen, my children; a play in three 

acts. © Harold Meyers; Ic 3lMay49; 

DU20201. 
The rope, a love story in three acts. 

© Harold Meyers' Ic 21Feb49; DU18923. 
What's my number? A play in three acts. 

© Harold Meyers; Ic 29Mar49; DU19292. 

MICHAELS, John, pseud. SEE Abrashkin, 
Raymond. 

MICHEL, Albin. 
Marie Stuart, reine a'ficosse. DP19398. 
SEE Bernard, Jean Jacques. 

MICHELSON, LOTTIE. 
Of cabbages and kings, a play in three 
acts. © Lottie Michelson; Ic 3Jun49; 
DU20374. 

NUCKEY Cochrane. C3511. SEE The 
American Way, no. C94. 

MIDDLEBURY parade, DU19917, SEE 
Upson, William Hazlett. 

MIDDLETON, Thomas. 
The roaring girle. SEE Bacon, Wallace 
Alger. The roaring girl, DU19145. 

A MIDSUMMER night's dream, DU19522. 
SEE Mallis, Constantine Alexander 
Hagi. 

MIDVALE melodies. DU19600. SEE 
Conran, Russell Frauk. 

MIGUEL. DU18476! SEE Lotar, Peter. 

MIKSZATH, Kalman. 
Saint Peter's umbrella. DU18659. SEE 
Bela, Nicholas Francis. 

MILES, Hank. SEE Miles, Preston Henry. 

MILES, Lawrence D. 
Value analysis. C3628. SEE General 
Electric Company. 

MILES, Preston Henry. 
Fire sale. DU19251. SEE Horine, 
Charles Edwin. 

THE MILL-SONG. DU18897. SEE Clark, 
James Jefferson. 

MILLAR, Katherine, pseud, SEE 
McCurdey, Catharine Miller, 

MILLER, ALBERT GRIFFITH. 
Little Boy Blue, a musical comedy in 
two acts by Albert G, Miller. Music 
by Max Showalter. [Text only] © Albert 
G. Miller; Ic 7Mar49; DU19135. 
Once in a lovetime, an original musical 
comedy for television. Lyrics by Mack 
David, music by Max Showalter, book by 
Albert G. Miller. [Text only] © Albert 
G. Miller, Mack David, Max Showalter; 
Ic 9Mar49; DU19133. 

MILLER, ARTHUR. 
Death of a salesman; certain private con- 
versations in two acts and a requiem. 
New York, Viking Press, 1949. 139 p. 
© Arthur Miller; 3May49; DP19965, 
Prev. reg, 21Sep48; DU18406. 

MILLER, ARTHUR JOSEPH. 
The courtship of Liza and Rastus, a play 
in one act by Zeke Altman [pseud.] 
© Arthur Joseph Miller; 2oMay49; 
DP20228. 

MILLER, HARRY BARTON. 
Play ball, a quiz show. [Sample script] 
© Harry Barton Miller; Ic 29Mar49; 
C3531. 

MILLER, MADGE. 
The land of the dragon, a Chinese fantasy. 
Anchorage, Ky., Children's Theatre 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



MILLER, MADGE. Cont'd. 

Press [1947] cl946. 51 p. illus, © The 
Children's Theatre Press; 21Apr47; 
DP19066. 

MILLER, Sigmimd. SEE 
The Eternal Light (Radio program) 
You Are There (Radio program) 

MILLER, STANLEY ARTHUR. 

Galabeea, a musical comedy in two acts. 
Book by Stanley Miller ana Caroline 
Boyd; words and music by Stanley Miller. 
[Text only] © Stanley Arthur Miller, 
Caroline Plummer Boyd; Ic 5Jan49; 
DU17887. 

The O'Briens of Paris, a musical play in 
two acts. Book by Stanley Miller and 
Caroline Boyd, words and music by 
Stanley Miller. [Text only] © Stanley 
Arthur Miller, Carolyn Fitzgerald- 
Plummer Boyd; Ic 25Apr49; on revisions; 
DU19738. Prev. reg. ''paris, Mo.," 
21May48, DU14771; 8Jul48, DU15504. 

MLLER, TOMMY JAMES. 
The Darwin theory, a tragi-comedy with 
music. In two acts. [Text only] 
© Tommy James Miller; Ic 23May49; 
DU20413. 

NULLER, Viola Patey. 
Mother and home, SEE Smith, Levi J. 
Scenario of "Mother and home," 
DP19533. 

THE MILLER'S daughter. DU18809. SEE 
Demianoff, Renee Lockhard, 

MILLHOLLAND, CHARLES BRUCE, 
A new wayl A comedy in three acts, 
© Charles Bruce MillhoUand; Ic 
23May49; DU20117, 

MILLIKIN, Marta Abba, 
The new colony, DU18084, SEE 

Pirandello, Luigi, 
No one knows how, DU19331, SEE 

Pirandello, Luigi, 

THE MILLION dollar deadline, DU20006, 
SEE Challenge of the Yukon, no, 650. 

THE MILLION pound bank note. DU19196, 
SEE Your Show Time (Television program) 

MILLSTONE, SEYMOUR, 
Shushan boys, a play in seven scenes. 
© The Union of American Hebrew Con- 
gregations; 27Jan49; DP18696. 

MILTON, John. 
Paradise lost. SEE Malek, Stanley J, 
The story of John Milton's "Paradise 
lost," DU19930, 

MILTON, PAUL ROBERT, 
Careless love, a musical play in two acts 
by Paul Milton and Bud Fishel, from an 
idea by Robert Milton, Music by George 
Lessner. [Text only] © Paul R. Milton, 
Herman L, Fishel, Robert Milton; Ic 
5Apr49; DU19412, 

MILTON, Robert. 
Careless love. DU19412. SEE Milton, 
Paul Robert. 

MILWAUKEE Equipment Manufacturing 
Company. 

Rotary tillage talk by M-E., C3311, C3528, 
C3751. SEE Ludwig, Harvey Fred. 

MINARDI, RUGGERO. 
Inebriety, un atto. © Ruggero Minardi; 
Ic 18Feb49; DU19403. 

MIND in the shadow. SEE 
Mayorga, Margaret. The best one-act 

plays of 1948-1949. AA117053. 
Perl, Arnold. DU18879. 

MINDEL, JOSEPH. 
Lost children. Script no. 10 in the radio 
program "Everyman's story," broadcast 
Dec. 12, 1948. Presented by the Feder- 



ation of Jewish Philanthropies of New 
York. © Joseph Mindel; 12Dec48; 
DP18547. 

MINER, Worthington. 
Julius Caesar. DU19966. SEE Studio 

One (Television program) May 1, 1949. 
The storm. DU19544, SEE Studio One 

(Television program) Nov. 7, 1948, 

MINERAL coloration under electronic 
activation, C3468, SEE Casperson, 
William Clement, 

MINNESOTA, DP19189, SEE Sakry, Clif- 
ford Raymond, 

MINOTAU, the avenger, DU18849, SEE 
The Shadow, no. 362. 

MINT and anise. DU18759. SEE Walpole, 
Helen. 

THE MIRACLE and the boar. DU19495. 
SEE Weber, William Louis. 

MIRACLE of the doll. C3372. SEE Payne, 
Lawrence Bernard. 

MIRACLE on 34th Street. DU18304. SEE 
Lux Radio Theatre, Dec. 20, 1948. 

MIRAGE. SEE Oboler, Arch. Imagination. 
DU20268. 

MISCELLANEOUS services offered by 
banks and bankers. DU18977, DU20214. 
SEE Keeping Up With the Wigglesworths, 
nos. 100, 128. 

MISCHIEF mountain, DU19658, SEE 
Kleine, Grace Ottilie, 

LES MISERABLES, DU19195, SEE Your 
Show Time (Television program) 

MISS Double Lucky, DU18330, SEE The 
Green Hornet, no, 904, 

MISS Fingernail, DU17948, SEE Kent, 
Beryl F, 

MISS Liberty, DU19826. SEE Sherwood, 
Robert Emmet. 

MISS Mabel. DU18608, DU19316. SEE 
Sherriff, Robert Cedric. 

MISS Starlight. DP19175, SEE George, 
Charles. 

THE MISSING check. DU19132. SEE 
Dropkln, Lou. 

THE MISSING code. DU20406. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 661. 

THE MISSING lawman. DU20317. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2563-1788. 

THE MISSING witness, DU20275. SEE 
The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 131. 

MISSION BELL FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
Jack and Jill series. [Tilm scripts^ 
© Mission Bell Film Productions, inc.; 
Ic each 21Apr49. 

3. Corn, by Ethel Goldsberry. DU20423. 

4. A letter,, by Dora M. Bass. DU20424. 

MISSION of blood, DU17833. SEE The 
Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

THE MISTAKE. DU20060. SEE Ragozzino, 
Edward William. 

MR. Bach comes to court. SEE Healey, 
Robert M. Consign me to oblivion. 
DU18683. 

MR, Barry's etchings, DU18429, SEE 
Bullock, Walter, 



61 



MISTER Brooklyn, DU15049. SEE Byron, 
Paul. 

MR. CHAMELEON (Radio program) Scripts 
in this series are by Frank and Anne Hum- 
mert. © Frank Hummert. 

30. Feb. 9, 1949. The case of the marriage 
of death. © Ic llFeb49; DU18477. 

MR. Crescendo. DU18560. SEE James, 
Polly, 

MR, Doudalduck gets married, DU18734, 
SEE Lewin, John Ignace, 

MISTER E, super -sleuth, DU18733, SEE 
Landeck, Beatrice. 

MR, Pickwick, DU18790, SEE Clay, 
David M. 

MISTER Thing, DU19919, SEE Chase, 
Mary Coyle. 

MISTER Weatherpad, DU18689. SEE 
Waters, James Francis, 

MRS, Hurrybout, DU18998. SEE McFadden, 
Dorothy Loa. 

MRS. Johnson. DU17831. SEE Harmon, 
James Oran, 

MRS, Jonese, DU18862, SEE Fall, Nellie 
May. 

MRS. Kitten-Cat and her favorite friends. 
DU20576. SEE Newmeyer, Sarah Webb. 

MITCHELL, LOFTEN. 
The cellar; a new play in a prologue, two 
acts, and an epilogue. © Loften 
Mitchell; Ic 28Apr49; DU19791. 

MITCHELL, RONALD ELWY, 
The gilded clock, a comedy in three acts. 
© Ronald Elwy Mitchell; Ic 23Mar49; 
DU19218. 

THE MITCHELL Boychoir show. DU20498. 
SEE Grady, Henry William. 

MITENBULER, Robert. 
It's show time. DU19448. SEE Batik, 
Albert Lloyd, 

MIZRACHI National Education Committee, 
Purim in Bagdad. DP19001, SEE 
Slutzky, David, 

MOASE, GEORGE HEWITT, 
lUdon, a drama in three acts, © George 
Hewitt Moase; Ic 28Nov48; DU18670, 

THE MODEL bride, DP20064. SEE Allen, 
Harold B. 

MODERN American plays. A29810. SEE 
Cassicty, Frederic Gomes. 

MODERN commercial dish-washing. 
C3613. SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, 
inc. 

THE MODERN Hatshepsut. DU19690. SEE 
Phillips, Ruby Hart. 

A MODERN revelation. C3639. SEE 
Sandridge, Justin Boykin. 

MOE, OSBORNE RANGVALL. 
Baker's dozen, a play in three acts. 

© Osborne Rangvall Moe; Ic 2May49; 

DU19848. 
Goddess on a pedestal, a play in three 

acts. © Osborne Rangvall Moe; Ic 

26Jan49; DU18756. 
Lillian, a play in three acts. © Osborne 

Rangvall Moe; Ic 19Nov48; DU18056. 

MOESSEL, JULIUS. 
Betsy's dream; script for an animated 
film. © Julius Moessel; Ic llApr49; 
DU19504. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



MOLlfiRE, Jean Baptiste Poquelin. 
Le medecin malgre lui. SEE Follmann, 
Joseph Francis. Doctor, dear doctor! 
DU20162, 

MOLINARO, URSULE. 
Jocaste; ou, Le choix du hasard. Piece 
en quatre actes et quatorze tableaux. 
© Ursule Molinaro; Ic 23Mar49; 
DU19596. 

MOLLISON, A. P., pseud. SEE Pincus, 
Abraham. 

MOM and Dad. C3303, C3304. SEE Meade, 
Charles R. 

MOMENT of decision. DU18996. SEE 
The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 100. 

MONAGHAN, JAMES E. 
Marriage of convenience, a play in three 
acts. © James E. Monaghsn; Ic 
4Apr49; DU19831. 

MONEY for college. DP20448. SEE Drum- 
mond, Alexander Magnus. 

MONEY is no object. DU20528. SEE 
Little Herman, no. 25. 

THE MONGREL. DU18592. SEE Challenge 
of the Yukon, no. 607. 

MONKS, JOHN. 
No place to hide, a screenplay by John 
Monks, Jr., and Pare Lorentz. Based on 
the book of the same title by Dr. David 
Bradley. On cover: No time to hide. 
© Pare Lorentz Associates, inc.; Ic 
2jun49; DU20216. 

MONOCIDE. C3241. SEE Gourevitch, 
Gregoire. 

MONSIEUR et Madame Moliere. DP18709, 
SEE Chabannes, Jacques. 

LES MONSTRES sacres. SEE Cocteau, 
Jean. Theatre, t. 2. DP19819. 

MONTAIGNE, Michel Eyquem de. 
Selected essays. SEE What Do You 
Think? (Television program) Are we 
more civilized than cannibals? C3367. 

A MONTH of Tuesdays. DP20079. SEE 
Braun, Wilbur. 

MONTSERRAT. DU20482. SEE Hellman, 
Lillian. 

MOON, ETHEL ALBERTA BROWN. 
Little Red-Riding Hood, a dramatization 
in three acts. © Ethel Brown Moon; 
Ic 6Jan49; DU17886. 

MOORE, Benjamin. 
Jack. DU19300. SEE Carney, Thomas 
Cleveland. 

MOORE, DOUGLAS STUART. 
Licorice stick (The clarinet's story), 
[Recording script] © Young People's 
Records, inc.; Ic ljun49; DU20419, 

MOORE, DWARD ALTON. 
A person, a place, or a thing; a radio quiz 
show. [Sample script] © Dward Alton 
Moore, Katherine Frances Moore; Ic 
2Dec48; C3498. 



MOORE , Katherine Frances. 
A person, a place, or a thing. 
SEE Moore, Dward Alton. 



C3498. 



MOORE, MABLE. 
The seven last churches, a pageant. 
4 leaves. © Mable Moore; Ic 13Jan49; 
DU18013. 

MOORE, Robert. SEE The Actor's Studio 
(Television program) 

THE MOOSE River murder. DU18590. 
SEE Challenge of the Yukon, no. 605. 



THE MORAL of the rabbits. DU20126. 
SEE Bernstein, Robert Alan. 

MORALS and manners in the XVIIIth century. 
C3325. SEE Seznec, Jean, 

MORE efficiency. C3429. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

More sinned against than usual, DU20442, 
SEE Dunn, Maurice Tei. 

MOREY, FRANK L. 
It's a red string; script for a motion 
picture. © Frank L. Morey; Ic 27Apr49; 
DU19867. 

MORGAN, BYRON ALBERT. 
Rondelet, a play in one act. © Byron 
Albert Morgan; Ic 23jun49; DU20483, 

MORGAN, JOHN G. 
Grandpa's boy, a radio program by Johnny 
Morgan, © John G. Morgan; Ic 2Feb49; 
DU18400. 

MORGOGLIONE, LUIGIA. 
Flatlands, a one act play. © Luigia Mor- 
goglione; 16Jun48 (in notice: 1949); 
DP20431. 
The unfinished, a three act play. © Luigia 
Morgoglione; 16Jun48 (in notice: 1949); 
DP20432. 

MORIHIEN (Paul) Editions. 
Theatre de poche, DP20287. SEE 
Cocteau, Jean, 

MORIN, Etienne, SEE Passeur, Steve, 

MORNING in Bardstown, Kentucky. DU18875. 
SEE New Day For America (Television 
program) No. 5. 

MORNING in New York. DU18872. SEE 
New Day For America (Television program) 
No. 1. 



MORNING in Normandy. DU19962. 
Dills, Holland McTyeire. 



SEE 



MORNING in Philadelphia. DU18873. SEE 
New Day For America (Television program) 
No. 2. 

MORNING in Rome, New York. DU18874. 
SEE New Day For America (Television 
program) No. 4. 

THE MORNING of the west. DU19859. SEE 
The Hour of St. Francis. (Radio program) 

MORRIS, FLORENCE HUNTINGTON. 
The great western melodrama, a one-act 
drammer of the gay 90's. New York, 
S. French, cl949. 23 p. illus. © Samuel 
French; 17Feb49; DP19087. 

MORRIS, GEORGE. 
Double Dutch, an improbable comedy in 
three acts. © George Morris; Ic 
20Apr49; DU19625. 

MORRIS, HOWARD LOWELL. 
Choose sooner death, an historical drama 
in four acts. © Howard Lowell Morris; 
Ic 18Feb49; DU18664. 

MORRIS, J. George. SEE Morris, George, 

MORRIS, JOHN LEONARD. 
Coffee with the Tuttles, a dramatic sketch 
by John Morris, Jack Allen, and Ervin 
Foster. [Sample television script] 
© John L. Morris, Jack Allen, Ervin Foster; 
Ic 31Jan49; DU18369. 

MORRIS, THOMAS BADEN. 
That state of life, a play in a prologue and 
three acts. "London, S. French [1949]. 
116 p. illus. (French's acting edition, 
no, 699) © Samuel French ltd,; 3Jan49; 
DP18102. 
Wild for to hold, a play in one act. London, 
S. French [1948]. 36 p. illus, (French's 
acting edition, no. 938) © Samuel French 
ltd.; 31Dec48; DP19085. 

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MORRISSEY, WILL JAMES. 
Texarkana, a musical concoction in two 
acts and several scenes. Book by Will 
Morrissey and Bud Pollard. Score by 
Don Cortez, Bo De Armen, and Will 
Morrissey. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © Will Morrissey, Bud Pollard, 
Don Cortez, Bo De Armen; Ic 24Feb49; 
DU18939. 

MORSE, ARTHUR D. 

Canteen; a 30-minute television show aimed 
at teen-agers, by Arthur D. Morse and 
Edward S. Shulman. Sample script. 
© Arthur D. Morse, Edward S. Shulman; 
Ic ljun49; DU20220. 

Yesteryears. DU18459. SEE Shulman, 
Edward S. 

You and your child; a fifteen-minute dra- 
matic program for television, by Arthur D. 
Morse and Edward S. Shulman. © Arthur 
D. Morse, Edward S. Shulman; Ic 
31May49; DU20211. 

MORSE, DONALD HARTMAN. 
Sure Doc, a farce in three acts, © Donald 
H, Morse; Ic 6Jan49; DU17883, 

MORTENSEN, LOUISE HOVDE. 

Anton Dvorak in Spillville, a play in two 
acts. © Louise Hovde Mortensen. Mary 
Louise Mortensen; Ic 3jan49; DU17827, 

Anton Dvorak in Spillville, [Des Moines] 
C1949. [11] p. © Louise Hovde Mortensen, 
Mary Louise Mortensen (in notice: Louise 
Hovde Mortensen); 18Mar49; DP19372, 

MORTENSEN, Mary Louise. 
Anton Dvorak in Spillville. DU17827, 
DP19372. SEE Mortensen, Louise Hovde, 



MORUM, William, 
April and September. 
Dinner, William. 



DP20256. SEE 



MOSER, MARIE. 
Television formats: Child life of great 
musicians; Teen-age opera house; Child 
classics; Kiddie opera company; Children's 
poetry hour: Little Boy Blue; Scotty's 
Corner, episodes 1-2. © Marie Moser; Ic 
26Jan49; DU18786, 

MOSES, ELBERT R, 
From cabin to Capitol, Chapters 1-6. 
[Radio scripts] © Elbert R, Moses; 
12Feb49; DP18724. 

MOSHER (IRA) ASSOCIATES, INC. 

The cold war of Mr. Tuttle, a dramatic 
feature by James Michael Boyd, Presented 
at NAM Congress of American Industry, 
Waldorf-Astoria, Wednesday, Dec, 1, 1948. 
© Ira Mosher Associates, inc.; Ic 
13Dec48; DU18035. 

Men at work — together, a dramatic feature 
by James Michael Boyd. Presented at 
NAM Congress of American Industry, 
Waldorf-Astoria, Thursday, Dec. 2, 1948, 
© Ira Mosher Associates, inc.; Ic 
13Dec48; DU18034. 

Platform for America, a dramatic feature 
by James Michael Boyd. Presented at 
NAM Congress of American Industry, 
Waldorf-Astoria, Friday, Dec. 3, 1948. 
© Ira Mosher Associates, inc.; Ic 
13Dec48; DU18036. 

MOSTLY culture and progress. SEE Glennon, 
John O'Leary. The Twitchet little show, 
DU20379. 

MOTHER and home. SEE Smith. Levi J. 
Scenario of "Mother and home' . DP19533. 

MOTHER said nol DU19975. SEE Johnson, 
Marion Louise. 

MOTHER'S gift to Ann. DP19528. SEE 
Kerr, Mildred Lewis. 

MOTOR Products Corporation. Deepfreeze 
Division. 

Frozen assets. DU18073. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



MOTYLEFF, ILYA. 
Prometheus impotent, a comedy -farce in 
three acts, i? Ilya Motyleff; Ic 18Feb49; 
DU18661. 

MOUEZY-EON, ANDRfi. 
Un p'tit mari en or;_quatre tableaux et un 
prologue. © Andre Mouezy-Eon; Ic 
25Mar49; DU19405. 

THE MOUNTAIN climber. DU19293. SEE 
Waxier, Sidney. 

MOUNTAIN madness. DU19653. SEE Alten- 
berg, Roger Monroe. 

THE MOUNTIE and the spy. DU20397, SEE 
Newman, Dorothy Marion. 

THE MOUSE who told the horse. DU19594. 
SEE The Sheriff, no. 237. 

MOYNAHAN, FREDERICK GRANVILLE. 
Calling all names; sample script. 
© Frederick Granville Moynahan; Ic 
21Apr49; C3595. 

MOZART, the mocking bird, DU20048. SEE 
Cartoon Teletales, Apr. 10, 1949. 

MUD in your eye! DU18116. SEE O'Neill, 
Frank Herbert. 

LA MUJER de tu pr5jimo. SEE Roman- 
Orozco, Jose. Thy neighbor's wife. 
DU18921. 

MULLARKEY, MICHAEL. 

Frenchy at the doctor, a monologue. 
© Michael Mullarkey; Ic 3Feb49; C3317. 

Frenchy at the football match, a mono- 
logue. © Michael Mullarkey; Ic 3Feb49; 
C3316. 

Frenchy 's first ball game. [Monologue] 
© Michael Mullarkey; Ic ZFeb49; C3309. 

Frenchy's second ball game. [Monologue] 
© Michael Mullarkey; Ic 2Feb49; C3308. 

MULLER, CARL. 
In the Americas, an operetta in four acts. 
© Carl Muller; Ic 6Jun49; DU20394. 

MULLINS, THOMAS MICHAEL. 
America's top tunesmiths. [Film script] 
© Thomas M. Mullins; Ic Bjun49; 
DU20249. 

MULTIPLE sponsorship play. SEE 
Edwardson, Robert. 

MUNN, Arnold, pseud. SEE Fixel, Arthur 
Ellis. 

MUNRO, Hector Hugh. 
The un-rest cure. SEE Wynn, Richard 
Fischer. 

MUNRO;_ MARY -ELLEN. 
Paris a la mode, a musical comedy in 
two acts for an all girl cast, by Mary- 
Ellen Munro. Music by Adeline Oppen- 
heimer- lyrics by Marilyn Shapiro. [Text 
only] © Mary-Ellen Munro; Ic lApr49; 
DU19335. 

MUNSELL, WARREN PERRY. 
First citizen, a new play based on the life 
of Haym Salomon, in three acts. © Warren 
P. Munsell, Jr.; Ic 18Apr49; DU19612. 

MURCOTT, Joel. 
Manhattan rain. DU19521. SEE First 
Nighter, Mar. 17, 1949. 

MURDER and Mrs. McNulty. DU18612, 
SEE The Sheriff, no. 224. 

MURDER in a capsule. DU18840. SEE 
Little Herman, no. 9. 

MURDER in a tea cup. DU19253. SEE 
The Sheriff, no. 234. 

MURDER in the treble clef. DU18614. SEE 
The Sheriff, no. 226. 



MURDER is a business. DU20356. SEE 
The Sheriff, no. 242. 

MURDER is cooking. DU19938. SEE The 
Sheriff, no. 240. 

MURDER marked Merry Christmas. 
DU17797. SEE The Shadow, no. 355. 

MURDER on display. DU18380. SEE 
Stand by for Crime (Television program) 

MURDER on the Nile. DP20113. SEE 
Christie, Agatha (Miller) 

THE MURDER weapon. DU20542. SEE 
The Green Hornet, no. 953. 

MURPHREE, ZOE VERNON. 
Domina; or. Once upon a parade. An 
original play for children in one act, two 
scenes. © Zoe Vernon Murphree; Ic 
22jan49; DU18081. 

MURPHY, LAURENCE VINTON. 
Criss Concrete singing commercial jingle. 
© Ohio Valley Broadcasting Corp., Criss 
Concrete Co.; Ic 7Jun49; C3763. 

MURPHY, THOMAS R. 
An improved method of teaching account- 
ing fundamentals, a lecture. © Thomas R. 
Murphy; Ic 27Dec48; C3336. 

MURRAY, Jean. 
The little match girl. DP20138. SEE 
Gheon, Henri. 

MURRAY, NORBERT. 
I love you, a musical comedy in two acts. 
[Text only] © Norbert Murray; Ic 
25May49; DU20149. 

MUSIC brought us together. DU19447. SEE 
Bernstein, Beatrice. 

MUSIC, dreams, and songs. DU20115, SEE 
Follari, Salvatore. 

MUSIC from the stars. DU18586. SEE 
Friedrick, Frank Robert. 

THE MUSIC hall murder. DU19053, SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 621. 

THE MUSIC listening game. DU20343. 
SEE Andrews, Daniel. 

MUSIC please. C3553. SEE Stern, Alan. 

THE MUSIC room. DU19227. SEE 
Coulter, Margaret Evelyn. 

THE MUSICAL adventures of Serina & 
Buster. DU18527. SEE Broderick, 
Francis T. 

THE MUSICAL steeplechase. DU18792. 
SEE Willey, Merritt Eugene. 

MUTE swan. DP20108. SEE Wall, Winifred. 

MUTUAL Benefit Health and Accident Asso- 
ciation. 

Touch all four to score. C3615. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

MY dear lady. SEE Greenbie, Sydney. The 
general was a lady. DU20351, 

MY fair lady. DU19925. SEE Weir, 
George Paul. 

MY father's tomahawk. DU20190. SEE 
Larson, David Jeremy. 

MY hunt after the captain. DU19583. SEE 
The Cavalcade of America, no. 603. 

MY shadow. DP20083. SEE Braun, Wilbur. 

MY sister. SEE Winter, Rudolph Theodore. 
The Arbor girls. DU19239. 

MY sister and I. DU19806. SEE Perlmutter, 
Sholom. 

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MY talking picture letter to you. DU19134. 
SEE Davis, Claire H. 

MY widow's wedding, DU20209. SEE 
Siegel, William. 

MY wife doesn't understand me. DU19989. 
SEE Madden, Harry Timothy. 

MYERS, ROWLAND MASON. 
The romance of words. [Lecture]^ © Row- 
land Mason Myers; Ic 16Jun49; C3793. 

THE MYSTERIOUS picture. DU19003. SEE 
Your Show Time (Television program) 

MYSTERY guest. DU18713. SEE Smith, 
Paul Gerard. 

MYSTERY in the cave. DU18589. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 604. 

MYSTERY Miss. C3765. SEE Marshall, 
Thomas. 

THE MYSTERY of Green Hill. DU19280, 
SEE The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 123. 

THE MYSTERY of 'Ivan, the Terrible." 
DU18870, DU19094, DU19309. SEE 
Behrend, Franz Heinrich. 

THE MYSTERY of Sister Marie. DU18954. 
SEE The Hour of St. Francis (Radio 
program) 

MYSTERY on Pier 20. DU18328. SEE 
The Green Hornet, no. 902. 

MYSTERY town. DU18789. SEE Price, 
Adrian S. 



N 



NABISCO Company. SEE National Biscuit 
Company. 

DIE NACHTSCHWALBE. DP18041. SEE 
Wolf, Friedrich. 

NAGY, PAUL. 
Verba crucis, a Good Friday evening 
memorial service. Boston, Baker s 
Plays [19491. 14 p. illus. © Walter H. 
Baker Co.; Iljan49; DP18017. 

NAME it— and it's yours. C3665. SEE 
Witt, Hyman. 

NAME one. DU19572. SEE Fischbach, 
Bernice Winfield. 

NAME the movie. DU20141. SEE Fried- 
man, Herman. 

NAME your spirits. DU18816. SEE 
Gilbert, Leon M. 

NAMES of blasphemy. DU19786. SEE 
Heaney, Paul Gerard. 

NANCY and Arthur. DU18172. SEE 
Schryock, Buren. 

NAPOLEON. DU17878. SEE Specht, Paul L. 

NAPOLEON returns from Elba. DU19709. 
SEE You Are There, no. 76. 

NAPOLEON Rex. DU19009. SEE Lent, 
Constantin Paul. 

DAS NARRENGERICHT. DU18450. SEE 
Jacobson, Otto. 

NASH, N. RICHARD. 
The young and fair, a play. New York, 
Dramatists Play Service [1949]. 115 p. 
port. © N. Richard Nash; 5Feb49: 
DP18831. Prev, reg. "Class day'% 
230ct44, D unp. 90974; "The young and 
fair", 24Feb48, D unp, 13093. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



NASHT (JOHN) & ASSOCIATES, INC. 
Face the lights. [Sample television 
script] © John Nasht & Associates, 
inc.; Ic 25Mar49; DU19242. 

NAT Turner. DU19388. SEE Woolfolk, 
George Ruble. 

NATHAN Hale, patriot. DU20457. SEE 
Mann, Martha Neville. 

A NATION. DU19226. SEE Baybuslcy, Max. 

NATIONAL Biscuit Company. 
Yesterday becomes tomorrow. C3614. 
SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

NATIONAL BROADCASTING COMPANY, 
INC. 
The Eternal Light. SEE The Eternal Light 

(Radio program) 
Freedom is a home-made thing, by Lou 

Hazam. Script for May 30, 1948. 

© National Broadcasting Co., inc.; 

17Jan49; DP18137. 
Radio City playhouse, a radio program. 

Script no. 4, July 24, 1948: Whistle, 

daughter, whistle, by Ernest Kinoy. 

© National Broadcasting Co., inc.; 

3Jan49; DP17999. 
Second class citizens, broadcast for 

March 20, 1949, in the radio series 

"Living 1949." Script by Louis Hazam. 

© National Broadcasting Co., inc.; 

4Apr49; DP19553. 



NATIONAL press conference. 
Garling, Lee L. 



C3499. SEE 



NAU, MAE AGNES. 
Turn right, then go straight. [Radio 
script] © Mae Nau; Ic 15Nov48; 
DU17877. 

NAUGHTY Phoebe. DU18408. SEE Childs, 
Irene Maud. 



NAVARRE, Ted, pseud. 
Pater A. 



SEE Foglia, 



THE NEALS and Orville. C3406. 
Hamner, Earl. 



SEE 



"NEATH campus skies. DU18566. SEE 
Whelan, Thomas Vincent, 

NED Franlclin's grand-dad. DU1B152. 
SEE The Lone Ranger, no. 2501-1726. 

NEEBE, JOSEPH H. 
Everything goodl A comedy in three acts 
by Joseph Reedy [pseud,] and Craig 
Wynns [pseud.] A revision of the drama 
"The lucky son of a bishop," by Joseph H. 
Neebe. © Joseph H. Neebe, Walter Craig;; 
Ic 22jan49; DU18503. 



NEEDLEMAN, RAE. 
Another love, a play in three acts, i 
Needleman; Ic 19May49; DU20057. 



Rae 



THE NEGLECTED lady. DU19546. SEE 
The Adventures of Homer Herk, no. 2. 

NELLIS, ELWYN A. 
The badlands and Teddy Roosevelt, a 
narration for a pageant. © Elwyn A. 
Nellis; Ic 19May49; C3711. 

NELSON, ADOLPH JOHN. 
On the sidewalks of Paree, a musical sketch 
by Adolph J. Nelson. Musical arrangement 
by Vernon Leftwich. [Text and music on 
separate leaves] © Adolph John Nelson; 
Ic 7Mar49; DUW534. 

NELSON, Jack H. 
Impossible man. DU20509. SEE Nelson, 
Jack T. 

NELSON, JACKT. 
Impossible man, one episode in a children's 
serial story for television, radio, stage or 
motion pictures; by Jack T. Nelson and 
Jack H. Nelson. © Jack T. Nelson, Jack H. 
Nelson; Ic 8Jun49; DU20509. 



NESTOR Productions, inc. 
We look at television. C3796. SEE 
Katz, Milton. 

NEVER a dull moment. DU19002. SEE 
Van Heerde, Ruby Lucille. 

NEVER to be redeemed. SEE LoCicero, 
Barbara Elizabeth Bogart, East Lynne. 
DU20436. 

THE NEW colony. DU18084. SEE 
Pirandello, Luigi. 

NEW DAY FOR AMERICA (Television pro- 
gram) Scripts in this series are by Walter 
Draper. © Regency Productions, inc. 

1. Morning in New York. © Ic 4Mar49; 
DU18872. 

2. Morning in Philadelphia. © Ic 4Mar49; 
DU18873. 

4. Morning in Rome, New Yorlc © Ic 
4Mar49; DU18874. 

5. Morning in Bardstown, Kentucky. © Ic 
4Mar49; DU18875. 

"NEW look" Homer. DU1B749. SEE 
Aldrich Family, no. 475. 

NEW neighbors. DU18316. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2491-1716. 

THE NEW Oldsmobile trailers. DU18070. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

A NEW system for the American and Conti- 
nental codes. C3594. SEE Hudkins, 
Paul Dickinson. 



THE NEW voice. DP17874. 
Louis. 



SEE Nizer, 



A NEW wayl DU20117. SEE Millholland, 
Charles Bruce. 

A NEW way of living. DU18075. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

NEW Year's eve. DU18779. SEE Aldrich 
Family (Radio program) No. 479. 

NEWEY, MARY YONAN. 
The Beatitudes in Aramaic, with phonetic 

pronunciation and translation. © Mary 

Y. Newev; Ic 22Mar49; C3504. 
The Lord s prayer in Aramaic, with 

phonetic pronunciation and translation, 

© Mary Y. Newey; Ic 10Jan49; C3238. 

NEWMAN, Adele. 
That little difference. DU18406, SEE 
Lieberman, Sidney. 

NEWMAN, D. Scott, pseud. SEE Newman, 
Dorothy Marion. 

NEWMAN, DOROTHY MARION. 
The Mountie and the spy, a musical play 
in two acts by D. Scott Newman [pseud.] 
Text only. © Dorothy Marion Newman; 
Ic 16Jun49; DU20397. 

NEWMAi;, RUBY. 
Can you write a song? By Ruby Newman 
and Edward V. Biel. [Sample radio script] 
© Mr. Ruby Newman, Edward V. Biel; Ic 
17Jun49; C3779. 

NEWMAN, TERRY. 
The marriage noose, a play in one act. 
[Acting ed,] London, Vawser & Wiles 
[1949]. 39 p. illus. © Terry Newman; 
ljan49; DP20257. 

NEWMEYER, SARAH WEBB. 
Mrs. Kitten-Cat and her favorite friends; 
a television series. Script no. 1. 
© Sarah Webb Newmeyer; Ic 29Jun49; 
DU20576. 

NEWS notebook, SEE Harpel, Willis 
RusseU. Bill Harpel's News notebook. 
C3448. 



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THE NEWSPAPER boy. SEE Balint, 
Margaret Maria Jolan. Az ujsagarus fiu, 
DU18505. 

THE NEXT champ. DU20142. SEE Sher- 
man, Charles Elliott. 

NEXT of kin. DU19777. SEE Richardson, 
Hal Ainslie. 

NEYERLIN, WARREN JAMES. 
Rage of the purple sage, a dramatic com- 
position. © Warren James Neyerlin; 
Ic 16Jun49; DU20441. 

NICHOLS, BEVERLEY. 
Shadow of the vine, a play in three acts. 
London, J. Cape [19491. 95 p. © Beverley 
Nichols; 10Jan49; DP1^725. 

NICHOLSON, DANIEL VERNON. 
Jerry Butter laall (The baby cloud). Script 
for a record album for children by Daniel 
V. Nicholson and Norma Steinberg. 
[Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Daniel V. Nicholson, Norma Steinberg; 
Ic 19Apr49; on revisions; DU19626. 
Prev. reg. 13Dec48; DU17565. 

NICHOLSON, ROY LENNARD. 
Return of the prodigal, a drama in three 
scenes. © Roy Lennard Nicholson; Ic 
2jun49; DU20243. 

NICK CARTER, MASTER DETECTIVE 
(Radio program) Scripts in this series are 
by various authors. © Street & Smith 
Publications, inc. 

Dec. 12, 1948. The case of the counterfeit 

corpse, by Jim Parsons. © Ic 4Jan49; 

DU17792. 
Dec. 19, 1948. The case of the 500 wit- 
nesses, by Jim Parsons. © Ic 19Jan49; 

DU18058. 
Dec. 26, 1948. The case of the disappear- 
ing bandit, by Jim Parsons. © Ic 

4Jan49; DU17793. 
Jan. 2, 1949. The case of the dying stamps, 

by Alfred Bester. © Ic 4Jan49; DU17794. 
Jan. 9, 1949. The case of the disappearing 

doctor, by Walter J. McGraw. © Ic 

19Jan49; DU18059. 
Jan. 16, 1949. The case of the corpse 

named Smith, by Jim Parsons. © Ic 

10Feb49; DU18859. 
Jan. 23, 1949. The case of the bad Samari- 
tan, by Jim Parsons. © Ic 10Feb49; 

DU18854. 
Jan. 30, 1949. The case of the blind wit- 
ness, by Jim Parsons. © Ic 10Feb49; 

DU18858. 
Feb. 6, 1949. The case of the man who 

married murder, by Jim Parsons. © Ic 

10Feb49; DU18857. 
Feb. 13, 1949. The case of the perfect 

crime, by Jim Parsons. © Ic 3Mar49; 

DU18851. 
Feb. 20, 1949. The case of the killer in 

the dark, by Alfred Bester. © Ic 

3Mar49; DU18852. 
Feb. 27, 1949. The case of the deadly 

torch bearer, by Jim Parsons and Norman 

A. Daniels. © Ic 3Mar49; DU18848. 
Mar. 6, 1949. The case of the would-be 

crook by Alfred Bester. © Ic llMar49; 

DU19100. 
Mar. 13, 1949. The case of the living 

corpse, by Jim Parsons. © Ic 25Mar49; 

DU19238. 
Mar. 20, 1949. The case of the bronze 

dragon, by Jim Parsons. © Ic 25Mar49; 

DU19237. 
Mar. 27, 1949. The case of the genial 

gambler, by Alfred Bester. © Ic 5Apr49; 

DU19896. 
Apr. 3, 1949. The case of the Lady Arsenal, 

by Alfred Bester. © Ic 5Apr49; DU19898. 
Apr. 10, 1949. The case of death in the 

dark, by Jim Parsons. © Ic 27Apr49; 

DU19899. 
Apr. 17, 1949. The case of the Cupid killer, 

by Alfred Bester. © Ic 27Apr49; 

DU19900, 
Apr. 24, 1949. The case of Marvelous 

Mabel, by Alfred Bester. © Ic 27Apr49; 

DU19901. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



NICK CARTER, MASTER DETECTIVE. 
Cont'd. 
May 1, 1949. The case of the seven 

sinister steps, by George B. Anderson. 

© Ic llMay49; DU19967. 
May 8, 1949. The case of the troubled 

bridegroom, by Jim Parsons. <£> Ic 

llMay49; DU19968. 

NICKERSON, Evelyn. SEE Nickerson, 
Mellie Evelyn. 

NICKERSON, MELLIE EVELYN. 
The Light of the World is Jesus, a Christ- 
mas drama by Evelyn Nickerson. 
© Evelyn Nickerson (Mellie Evelyn 
Nickerson); lNov48; DP18726, 

NIDOS sin pajaros. DP19271. SEE Alvarez 
Quintero, Seraffn. 

NIELSEN, ELIZABETH ANN. 
Private protest, a play in three acts. 
© Elizabeth Ann Nielsen; Ic 26Apr49; 
DU19760. 

NIGGLI, Josephina. 
The red velvet goat. SEE Selden, SamueL 
International folk plays. DP20078. 

A NIGHT at the concert. DU18902. SEE 
Stand By for Crime (Television program) 

NIGHT awakening. DU20222. SEE Cobin, 
Harold Chester, 

THE NIGHT before death. DU18660. SEE 
Winwar, Frances. 

A NIGHT in Brooklyn. DU18063. SEE 
Peters, Detlev Haack. 

NIGHT train. DU19032. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2514-1739. 

THE NIGHT watch. DU18115. SEE 
Partida, Rafael Luis. 

NILES, JOHN JACOB. 
As I wander, a musical play in three acts, 
by John Jacob Niles and Suzie Smith 
Sinclair. [Text only] © John Jacob Niles, 
Suzie Smith Sinclair; Ic 21Mar49; 
DU19183. 

NILSEN, ERNST. 
Befrielse, tre spill [af] Ernst Orvil 
[pseud.] 1. Fru Sylvia. 2. Under 
froUhammen. 3. R^dt lys, Oslo, 
Gyldendal, 1948. 205 p. © Gyldendal 
Norsk Forlag; 17Nov48; DP18860. 

NINETEENTH century debate. DU19333. 
SEE Aldrich Family, no. 491. 

NIZER, LOUIS. 
The new voice, a dramatic sketch, [n.p,, 
1948] 7 p. © Louis Nizer; 3Dec4S; 
DP17874. 

NO greater love. DU18810. SEE Uhler, 
Alfred, 

NO greater need. DU19520. SEE First 
Nighter, Mar. 10, 1949. 

NO moon tonight. DP18531. SEE Mac- 
Donald, Ralph. 

NO moss. DU18054. SEE Stanton, 
Stoddard Johnston. 

NO one knows how. DU19331. SEE 
Pirandello, Luigi, 

NO one loves a murderer. DU19762. SEE 
The Sheriff, no. 239. 

NO other place, DU19990, SEE Korn, 
Philip. 

NO place to hide. DU20216. SEE Monks, 
John. 

NOBODY knows. DP18103. SEE Johnson, 
Philip. 



NOCTURNE. DU19017. SEE Ademy, John 
Joseph. 

NOE, JAMES A. 
Happiness exchange; radio script, Apr. 2, 
1949. © James A. Noe; Ic 4May49; 
C3658. 

NOE, YVAN. 
Dominique; comedie en trois actes d'Yvan 
Noe et A. Linou. © Yvan Noe (ps. de Jean 
Noetinger), A. Linou (ps. de Pierrette 
Caillol); Ic 22Apr49; DU19821. 

NOETINGER, Jean. SEE Noe, Yvan, 

NON si sa come. SEE Pirandello, Luigi. 
No one knows how. DU19331. 

NOONAN, THOMAS HENRY. 
Tele-flying; program no. 1. [Television 
script] © Thomas H. Noonan; Ic 
27May49; C3729. 

NORDNESS, ORVIN LEE. 
The happy ending, a play in twenty scenes. 
© Orvin Lee Nordness; Ic 15Apr49; 
DU19574. 

NORDOFF, Paul. 
Oh, my darlingi DU19551. SEE Bentham, 
Josephine. 

NORTH Carolina. University. Press. 
International folk plays. DP20078. SEE 
Selden, SamueL 

NORTH of 36-30. DU19151. SEE Herbert, 
Jerry J. 

NORTHWEST mounted. DU18085. SEE 
Aldrich Family, no. 480. 

NOT by word alone. DU19537. SEE The 
Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 105. 

NOT exactly company. DU20146, SEE 
Drischell, Albert Starke. 

NOTHING to be thankful for. DP18026, 
SEE Hark, Mildred. 

NOUS avons tous fait la meme chose. 
DU19798. SEE Letraz, Jean de, 

LA NOUVELLE ecole. SEE Ferdinand, 
Roger, Les j3. DP18511. 

LA NOUVELLE fidition. 
La grande illusion. AF10279. SEE 
Spaak, Charles. 

NOVEL Entertainment Culture Organization, 
C3396, SEE Llh, Fredrik Lorenzo, 

NOVEL numbers for children. DP18138, 
SEE Long, Nellie Aylesworth. 

NOW green in youth, DU18889. SEE 
Wolpert, Roland Howard, 

NOW I've heard everything, DU19021, SEE 
Taylor, Margaret Norton. 

NOW you see it. DU19834. SEE Bloom, 
Seymour L. 

NUCKLAS, MARIAN QUINN. 
The glittering thread, a play in three acts, 
by Patricia Gray [pseud.] © Marian 
Quinn Nucklas (Mrs, Joseph), Lillian 
Plummer (Mrs, Basil); Ic 20Sep48; 
DU17992, 

NUMBER Jack, SEE Gottschalkson, Falk 
Felix, Second revised description of 
Number Jack. DP19436, 

THE NUMBERS total death, DU18598, SEE 
The Green Hornet, no, 913. 

THE NURSERY school of the air. DU17788. 
SEE Gross, Sophie. 

NUZZI, VERA. 
Smokescreen, a play in three acts. © Vera 
Nuzzi; Ic 26Jan49; DU18128. 

65 



O distant land, SEE Mayorga, Margaret. 
The best one-act plays of 1948-1949. 
AA117053. 

O little town on Christmas Eve. C3387, 
SEE The Voice of Christmas, no, 12, 

OBERON, Rex, pseud, SEE 
Mallis, Constantine Alexander Hagi, 

OBJECT matrimony, DP19585, SEE 
Lund, Helga. 

OBLIGATIONS. DU17814. SEE Ricos, 
Mildred. 

OBOLER, ARCH. 
Him or me, a suspense radio play, 

© Arch Oboler; Ic 3May49; DU19865, 
Imagination, a radio program. Script 

no. 1: Mirage. © Arch Oboler; Ic 

6jun49; DU20268. 

O'BRIEN, JOHNW, 
Pericles, [Radio script] © John W. 
O'Brien; Ic 7Jun49; DU20261, 

THE O'BRIENS of Paris, DU19738, SEE 
Miller, Stanley Arthur, 

OBSESSION, SEE 
Dr, Christian, no, 527, DU17977, 
Sell, Kemal A, DU19491, 

O'BYRNE, EMMET PATRICK, 
A man of distinction, a play in three acts, 
© Emmet P. O'Byrne; Ic 22Nov48; 
DU17819, 



OCCUPATION zone, 
Fritz von. 



DU18555. SEE Unruh, 



O'CONNOR, JOSEPH, 
Stage folk, a romantic drama in three 

acts, © Joseph O'Connor; Ic llFeb49; 

DU18765, 
Stage-folk, a romantic drama in three 

acts, © Joseph O'Connor; Ic 29Apr49; 

on revisions; DU19812, 

AN OCCUPATIONAL or indigenous indus- 
trial clinic, C3593, SEE Althouse, John 
Nissley, 

ODETS, LOUIS J, 
Amiss step, a play in three acts by L, James 
Owen [pseud,] © L, James Owen (pseud, 
of Louis J, Odets); Ic 2May49; DU19828, 

O'DONNELL, MARGARET ANN. 
Sentiment for sale, a play in one act. 
© Margaret Ann O'Donnell; ljan49; 
DP17971. 

ODONTOID, the walrus, DU20036, SEE 
Cartoon Teletales, Jan. 16, 1949. 

OEDIPUS tyrannus. SEE Stravinskii, Igor' 
Fedorovich. Oedipus rex. DP19162. 

OENSLAGER, DONALD. 
Egmont — 1949; a play in two acts by 
Donald Oenslager. Adapted from the 
play "Egmont by Johann Wolfgang 
von Goethe. © Donald Oenslager; Ic 
20Apr49; DU19633. 



OF cabbages and kings. DU20374. 
Michelson, Lottie. 



SEE 



OF life, a song. DU19541. 
Moreon Beurnere. 

OF the people. DU18143. 
Alfred. 

OFF the record. C3442. 
Abraham Lincoln. 



SEE Boyd, 



SEE Sherman, 



SEE Simon, 



OFF with their headsl DU19460. 
Robinson, Marvin William. 



SEE 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



OH, my darlingi DU19551. SEE Bentham, 
Josephine. 

OHl Susanna. DP17967. SEE Ryerson, 
Florence. 

O'HARA, CONSTANCE, 
The Way, the Truth, and the Life. [Film 
script] © Catholic Visual Education, 
inc.; Ic ljun49; DU20207, 

O'HARA, MARY LOUISE ROBINSON. 
Sir Thomas More, courtier to Henry the 
Eighth; a play in three acts by Mary 
Louise Robinson O'Hara and Elmer Grant 
Gorman. © Mary Louise O'Hara, E. G. 
Gorman; Ic 3Feb49; DU18665. 

O'HARRA, Michaela, pseud. SEE Williams, 
Bernlce W. 

THE OHIO Oil Company. 
Unseen horizons. DU18990. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

OHIO Valley Broadcasting Corporation. 
Criss Concrete singing commercial jingle. 
C3763. SEE Murphy, Laurence Vinton. 

THE OKLAHOMA land run, DU19706. SEE 
You Are There, no. 72. 



THE OLD district school. DP20453. 
Sundelof-Asbrand, Karin. 



SEE 



AN OLD, old story. DU19005. SEE Your 
Show Time (Television program) 

THE OLD rag. DU19215. SEE VoUmer, 
Alberta Ely. 

OLDHAM, Arthur. 
The beggar's opera. DP19127. SEE 
Gay, John. 

OLDSMOBILE Division, General Motors 
Corporation. SEE General Motors 
Corporation. Oldsmobile Division. 

OLIVER, Francis Sherling. 
Faust. DU19985. SEE Gounod, Charles 
Frangois. 

OLIVER Perry closes in. DU20020, SEE 
The Green Hornet, no. 944. 

OLIVIERI, Albert. 
King of the house. DU17841. SEE Crocco, 
J. Peter. 



OLMSTEAD, ELNORA BELLE. 
Small fry, by Elnora B. Olmstead and 
Joseph P. Lee. [Radio script! © Elnora 
B. Olmstead, " 
C3778. 



ee. [Radio script] © Elnor: 
1, Joseph P. Lee; Ic 6jun49; 



OLSEN, Arda, pseud. SEE Coulter, 
Margaret Evelyn. 

OLSEN, Moroni. 
The pilgrimage play. DU19869. SEE 
Kachel, Arthur B. 

OLSEN, OTTO NORMAN. 
Say it with song, a musical play in two 
acts. © Otto Norman Olsen; Ic 31May49; 
DU20215. 

ON gossamer wings. DU18813. SEE Robin- 
son, Louis. 

ON one condition. DU18596. SEE Challenge 
of the Yukon, no. 608. 

ON our way home. DU20262. SEE Cavln, 
Ruth Brodie. 

ON the assimilation of a self-scoring 
technique to the quiz pattern and the consti- 
tution thereby of a game. C3539. SEE 
MacLeod, William Christie. 

ON the highway to a dream. DU20537. SEE 
McCann, Christian David. 



ON the sentimental side. DP18094. SEE 
Kirkpatrick, John, 

ON the sidewalks of Paree. DU19534. 
SEE Nelson, Adolph John. 

ON the square. DU18788. SEE Corday, 
Leo. 

ONCE in a lovetime. DU19133. SEE 
Miller, Albert Griffith. 

ONCE in a thousand years. DU18038. SEE 
Blake, Sarah Swan (Weld). 

ONCE upon a murder. DU17997. SEE 
Keeler, Eloise. 

ONCE upon a parade. SEE Murphree, Zoe 
Vernon, Domina. DU18081. 

ONCE upon a time. DU18621. SEE 
Hicks, Walter Robert. 

ONE day at a time. DU19892, SEE Bur- 
leson, Elizabeth Brown. 

ONE did not pass. DU20577. SEE Rolfs, 
Hans Wilhelm. 

ONE -d(% ambulance. DU19592. SEE 
Dr. Christian (Radio program) 

ONE foot in heaven. DP19872. SEE 
Martens, Anne (Coulter) 

ONE for the books. DU20476, SEE 
Cuthrell, Stephen. 

ONE God only. SEE Soriano, Rocco, 
Un Dio solo. DU20435. 

ONE if by land. DU19184. SEE Weinstock, 
Jacob L. 

ONE minute murder mysteries, DU19646, 
SEE Raymond, Ray, 

ONE pound, two ounces, C3297, SEE 
Lewis, Leon Howard, 

ONE question quick quiz, C3721, SEE 
Green, Charles Anthony, 

"t)NE thing thou lackest," DU19156. 
SEE The Greatest Story Ever Told, 
no, 102, 

ONE wild oat, DU18623, SEE Sylvaine, 
Vernon, 

ONE world, SEE Mallis, Constantine 
Alexander Hagi, A midsummer night's 
dream. DU19522. 

O'NEILL, FRANK HERBERT. 
Mud in your eye! A comedy in three acts 
by Frank O'Neill and Jack Beaty. 
© Frank Herbert O^Jeill, Cecil Jack 
Beaty; Ic 24Jan49; DU18116. 

ONLY one in the world. DU18119. SEE 
Ceiley, Leonard Robert, 

AN ONLY son, DU19400, SEE Your Show 
Time (Television program) 

OPEN, DU19980, SEE Barrington, LoweU. 

THE OPEN doors. DU19614. SEE Maltz, 
MaxweU. 

OPENED by mistake. DP19394. SEE 
SeUer, Thomas. 

OPENING nite, DU19891, SEE Stephenson, 
Charles Neville, 

OPERETTA Americana, DU20310, SEE 
Conant, Lawrence Franklin, 

OPTICAL illusion. DU19026. SEE Dr. 
Christian (Radio program) No. 539. 



ORCHID Island. DU18499. SEE Dunbar, 
Barre. 

ORCUTT, WILLIAM DANA, 
Mary Baker Eddy and the printing of her 
books, a lecture, © William Dana 
Orcutt; Ic 12Apr49; C3630, 

ORDE, HENRY BROOKE, 
The carved cartoon, adapted for the screen 
by H. B, Orde, from the novel of the same 
name by Austin Clair, © Henry Brooke 
Orde; llFeb49; DP19319, 

ORDEAL by reason. DU18173. SEE 
Williams, Mona. 

ORGANIC structure of soil, SEE Ludwig, 
Harvey Fred. Rotary tillage talk by M-E, 
C3751, 



THE ORIGINAL Dixie platter party. 
SEE Haug, Carl Gottfried. 



C3338, 



ORKOW, BEN HARRISON. 
It's a betl A comedy in three acts. © Ben 
Harrison Orkow; Ic 6Jan49; DU17890. 

ORLAND, LUCILLE SELHN. 
Roman holiday, a musical play in two 
acts by Lucille Orland, Leonard Diamond, 
and Stuart Farber. Adapted from the 
comedy "Aulularla" by Plautus. [Text 
and music on separate leaves] © Stuart 
Farber, Lucille Selkin Orland, Leonard 
Diamond; Ic 31May49; DU20191. 

ORLOVITZ, GILBERT. 
Ellen Evanson, a play in four acts. 

© Gilbert Orlovitz; Ic 28Apr49; 

DU20097. 
Exchange, a farce in four acts. © Gilbert 

Orlovitz; Ic 23Dec48; DU19266. 

ORMOND, ESTELLE L. 
Great moments in great lives; continuity 
for television. © Estelle L. Ormond; 
Ic 23Feb49; C3467. 

ORMONT, LOUIS ROBERT. 
I've been here before, a play in two acts. 
© Louis Robert Ormont; Ic 2jun49; 
DU20242. 

ORVIL, Ernst, pseud. SEE Nilsen, Ernst. 

OSBOROT:, THOMAS JAMES. 
Tom Osborne's original magic and tele- 
vision show. © Thomas James Osborne; 
Ic 8Mar49; C3451. 

OSTERMEIER, EDWIN J. 
The smoke abatement story. Paper read 
before the meeting of the Appleton 
Section of the National Association of 
Power Engineers, Feb. 3, 1949. 
© Edwin J. Ostermeier; Ic 7Mar49; 
C3415. 

OSTGARDEN, MINORA. 
The adventures of Olga and Hilda, a play 
in one act, by Minora Ostgarden and 
Adine Haga Doran. © Minora Ostgarden, 
Mrs. Adine Haga Doran; Ic 6Apr49; 
DU19424. 

THE OTHER ending. DU18685. SEE 
Ciabattari, Mary Angela. 

OTHER Torontos. DU20254. SEE Rothe, 
Frank. 

OUR best girU DU20155. SEE Hokinson, 
Helen. 

OUR church goes marching on. DP20494. 
SEE Steinhaus, Eva Kunzmann. 

OUR Lady of Fatima. DU18787. SEE 
Manganaro, Angeline Mary. 

OUR Lady's tumbler. DP18655. SEE 
Christian, Sheldon. 

OUR last tomorrow. DU20166. SEE 
Rockey, Or dean. 



66 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



OUR own little world. DU19212. SEE 
Dinnes, Nathan. 

OURS is the harvest. DU19326. SEE 
Lloyd, David Demarest. 

OUT in the snow you go, DU19494. SEE 
Rado, Roslind Mandel. 

OUT of a hat. DU20218. SEE Verbelovsky, 
Gerald, 

OUT-of-doors. DU20346. SEE Sidorsky, 
Judith. 

OUT of the dust, DU19609. SEE Riggs, 
Lynn. 

OUT of the whirlwind, DU18703, SEE 
Perry, Charlotte L. 

OUT on a Limbo, DU19918, SEE Richard- 
son, Patricia Ann, 

THE OUTCASTS of Poker Flat, DU19228, 
SEE Heathcote, Alfred Fischer, 

OUTPOST of innocence, DU18654, SEE 
Hills, Constance Harvey, 

OUTPOST 205, DU19660, SEE Campbell, 
Frank Herbert, 

OUTSIDE the door, DU19781, SEE 
Borchert, Wolfgang, 

OVERLAID. SEE Davies, Robertson, 
Eros at breakfast, DP19801. 

OWEN, L, James, pseud, SEE Odets, 
Louis J, 

OYSHER, Moishe, 
The voice. DU18055. SEE Schechter, 
Harry. 



P, G, Wodehouse's Uncle Fred flits by. 
DP19873, SEE Sergei, Christopher. 

PACE, Gordon. SEE The Adventures of 
Homer Herk (Television program) 

PACHECO, JUSTIN MARMION. 
The canary choir. [Story] © Justin 
Marmion Pacheco; Ic lIOct48; C3624. 

PACKARD-BELL TELEVISION TALENT 
TEST (Television program) Scripts in 
this series are by Robert Raisbeck. 
© Robert Raisbeck. 

Oct. 30, 1948. © Ic 29Nov48; DU18736, 
Nov, 6, 1948, © Ic 29Nov48; DU18735, 
Nov. 13, 1948. © Ic 29Nov48; DU18740. 

PACKER, Barbara, 
Patrick Bronte and the Saint, SEE 
Mayorga, Margaret. The best one-act 
plays of 1948-1949, AA117053, 

PAGE, Eugene Edgar, 
River Row. DU19913, SEE Page, 
Sarah Francis. 

PAGE, HARRY L, 
Primary steps in articulation, [Report 

with illustrations] © Harry L, Page; 

Ic 13Apr49; C3571, 
Three most useless ideas in articulation, 

[Lecture] © Harry L, Page; Ic 21Apr49; 

C3596. 

PAGE, SARAH FRANCIS, 

Mental murder, a farce in two acts, 
© Sarah Page; Ic 25Mar49; DU19914, 

River Row, a Negro musical folk play in 
two acts. Book by Sarah Page, music by 
Eugene Page, lyrics by Eugene and Sarah 
Page, [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © Sarah Page, Eugene Page; Ic 
14Apr49; DU19913, 



PAGING Johnny, DU17976, SEE The 
Sheriff, no, 223, 

PAGNOL, MARCEL, 
La belle Meuniere, scenario et dialogues 
sur des melodies de Franz Schubert. 
Paris, editions Self,^ 1948, 187 p, 
(Les Mailres du cinema) © Marcel 
Pagnol; 30Nov48; DP19396, 

PAKINGTON, MARY AUGUSTA, 
Time and Mrs. Podbury, a comedy in one 
act, London, H, F, W. Deane [1948], 
26 p, (Deane's series of plays) © The 
Hon. Mary Pakington; 19Dec48; DP18826, 

PALESCANDOLO, FRANK JOSEPH, 
Don Juan in exile, a one-act play in two 

scenes, © Frank Joseph Palescandolo; 

Ic 6Jan49; DU17885, 
The visible God, a one-act play in two 

scenes, © Frank J, Palescandolo; Ic 

23Feb49; DU18927, 

PALEY, Paul Kaye, pseud. SEE Feinbaum, 
Israel, 

PALLADINO, PaL SEE Palladino, Peter 
Anthony, 

PALLADINO, Peter Anthony, 
Play ball, C3700, SEE Coiro, Angelo 
John, 

PALMA, ANTHONY, 
Jeany, more music! A play in six scenes, 
© Anthony Palma; Ic 10Jan49; DU17969, 

THE PALMER way. DU20145. SEE Baehr, 
Nicholas Edward, 

PAN, Pan is dead. DU18868, SEE Gariss, 
Jack Lyman, 

PANCHO Blanca, DU18313, SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no, 2488-1713, 

PANETTA, George. 
We ride a white donkey, DU18454, SEE 
Gregory, Ethel Harris, 

PAPA Goriot, DU18436, SEE Whitefor'd, 
Edith L, 

PAPA was a patriot, DU19863, SEE 
Goodmann, Henrietta, 

PAPER matches. DU19113. SEE Pierce, 
Emily Stanton. 

THE PAPER wedding, DU19069. SEE Land, 
Charles Theodore, 

PAPP, Mary Patton. 
The story of Anna, DP18727. SEE Wells, 
Virginia, 

PAPPY Waldorf, C3669, SEE The Amer- 
ican Way (Radio program) 

PARADISE, Phil. 
Television scripts, SEE Line, Francis 
Raymond, 

PARADISE Island. DU18791, SEE Fair- 
banks (Jerry) inc, 

PARADISE lost, SEE Malek, Stanley J. 
The story of John Milton's "Paradise 
lost." DU19930. 

THE PARAGON. DP19014. SEE Pertwee, 
Roland, 

PARDON my back. SEE Smith, Paul Gerard, 
Mystery guest, DU18713, 

LES PARENTS terribles, SEE Cocteau, 
Jean. Theatre, t. 1, DP19270, 

PARIS, FRANK. 
Who's zoo. [Sample television script] 
© Frank Paris; Ic 24Jan49; DU18760, 

PARIS a la mode. DU19335. SEE Munro, 
Mary-Ellen, 



PARIS was never like this. DU194b4, 
SEE Lenard, Christopher, 

PARK bench sittees, inc. DU18780. SEE 
Kelman, Leah, 

PARKE, JAMES HAMBRIGHT, 
Lady Macbeth on the Colorado, a play in 
three acts, © James Hambright Par'-e; 
Ic 27Dec48; DU18418. 

PARKER, DOROTHY. 
The coast of lUyria, a play in three acts 
by Dorothy Parker and Ross Evans. 
© Dorothy Parker, Ross Evans; Ic 
6May49; DU19916, 

PARKER, JACK DARWIN, 
Pokey, the Christmas elf; a half-hour 
radio script, by Jack Darwin Parker, 
Robert George Liggett, and Dorothy 
Sherba, © Jack Darwin Parker, Robert 
George Liggett, Dorothy Sherba; Ic 
10Jan49; DU17970, 

PARKER, THELMA M. 
The story of the cross, an Easter pageant. 
Book and lyrics by Thelma M. Parker; 
music by I. H. Meredith. New York, 
Tullar -Meredith Co., cl949. 19 p. 
© Tullar -Meredith Co.; 7Jan49; DP19268, 

PARKHIRST, DOUGLASS. 
Happy ever after, a comedy in three acts. 
New York, S, French [1948], 93 p, illus, 
© Samuel French; 30Dec4ff; DP17956, 

PARSONS, Jim. SEE Nick Carter, Master 
Detective (Radio program) 

THE PARSON'S dream, SEE Clements, 
Jay Wellington, Listen to my voice, 
DU18912, 

THE PARSONS story. DU18368. SEE 
Bloomberg, Donald, 

PARTAGE de midi, DP19815. SEE Claudel, 
PauL 

PARTIDA, RAFAEL LUIS, 
The night watch, a drama in three acts. 
Translated and adapted by Rafael L, 
Partida from "iEl Caso de Don Juan 
Manuel" by Agustin Lazo, © Rafael 
Luis Partida; Ic 24Jan49; DU18115. 



PARTNERS in crime. DU19970. 
The Shadow, no, 372, 



SEE 



PASSEUR, STEVE, 
107' ri,e. Cent sept minutes] Comedie en 
trois actes [del Steve Passeur [pseud, de 
Etienne Morinf. Paris, M, Cealis [1948], 
154 p, © fiditions Max Cealis; 16Jun48; 
DP18510, 



PASSING the know-how along, C3432, 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 



SEE 



THE PASSION of Our Lord Jesus Christ 
according to plan, DU19860, SEE The 
Hour of St, Francis (Radio program) 



PASSPORT to treason. 
Hall, John Davidson. 



DU20471. SEE 



PAST and present. DU17986. SEE Shanaphy, 
John Leo Anthony. 

THE PAST remembers, DU20461, SEE 
Keller, William Slotterback. 

PASTIME. DU20116. SEE Dolbier, Maurice. 

PAT and the pixies. DU19496, SEE Bartell, 
Gerald Aaron, 

PATHESCOPE PRODUCTIONS. 

A route manager works with the route 
salesmen. Script for a color slidefilm for 
the Coca-Cola Company. © The Coca-Cola 
Co,; ,1c 12jan49; C3270, 

A route manager works with the routes. 
Script for a color slidefilm for the Coca- 
Cola Company, © The Coca-Cola Co,; 
Ic 12jan49; C3271, 



07 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PATIENCE has a story. DU18951. SEE 
The Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

PATRI, Angelo. 
Plnocchio in Africa. SEE Harris, Aiirand. 
Pinocchio and the Indians. DU18769. 

PATRICK Bronte and the Saint. SEE 
Mayorga, Margaret. The best one-act 
plays of 1948-1949. AA117053. 

PATRICOFF, HENRY S. 
A comet's tail centrifugal swing. [Lecture] 
© Henry S. Patricoft; Ic 2Nov48; C3299. 

PATSY. DU18958, SEE Toeg, Nora. 

PATSY'S kitchen. DU18367. SEE Fletcher, 
Helen Jill. 

PATTEN, Harvan Barr. SEE 
The Adventures of Frank Merriwell 
(Radio program) 

PATTERSON, McEvoy. SEE Patterson, 
Thomas McEvoy. 

PATTERSON, THOMAS McEVOY. 
Guinea gall, a play in three acts by 
McEvoy Patterson. © Thomas McEvoy 
Patterson; Ic 20Jun49; DU20458. 

PATTON, LOIS FRANCES. 
Danny, a play in one act. © Lois Frances 
Patton; ljan49; DP 18405. 

PATTON, M. F. 
Uncle Aesop, a play in one act for chil- 
dren. London, S. French [1948]. 19 p. 
illus. (French's plays for juvenile per- 
formers, no. 84) © Samuel French ltd.; 
lDec48; DP17962. 

PATTON, Mary. SEE Papp, Mary Patton. 

PAULINE ou I'ecume de la mer. DP18018. 
SEE A rout, Gabriel. 

PAULUS, JOHN D. 
Pittsburgh in music; singing is believing. 
[Musical pageant. Text only] © Ketchum, 
inc.; Ic 6jun49; DU20265. 

PAUPER'S penthouse. DU20241. SEE 
Marino, John Nicholas. 

PAVLO, Hattie May. 
A little thing like love. DP20525. SEE 
Willock, Ruth. 

THE PAY-OFF. C3437. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 



PAY to the order of 



SEE Krouse, Morton. 



$_. DU20496. 



PAYNE, LAWRENCE BERNARD. 
Miracle of the doll, a Christmas fantasy 
by Larry Payne. [Poem] 5 leaves. 
© Larry B. Payne; Ic 20Dec48; C3372. 

PAYTON, DONALD. 
Wilbur faces tacts, a comedy in one act. 
Cedar Rapids, la.. Art Craft Play Co., 
cl949. 36 p. illus. (An Art Craft play) 
© J. Vincent Heuer; 9May49; DP19984. 
Wilbur faces life, a comedy in one act. 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Heuer Pub. Co., 
C1949. 32 p. illus. © Edward I. Heuer; 
3Jan49; DP17884. 



PEACE on earth. 
Detlev Haack. 



DU20497. SEE Peters, 



PEARLSTEIN, MORTON. 
It's fun to learn, by Gerald Pear sen [pseud.] 
Sample television script, © Morton 
Pearlstein; Ic lFeb49; DU18701. 

PEARSE, HERBERT. 
Description of a plan for increasing member- 
ship of organizations, clubs, associations, 
and the like. [Lecture] © Herbert 
Pearse; Ic 5May49; C3659. 

PEARSEN, Gerald, pseud. SEE Pearlstein, 
Morton. 



PEARY'S dash to the North Pole. DU19708. 
SEE You Are There, no. 75. 

PEASE, Rollin. 
Arizona, hi-ho. DU20063. SEE Andersen, 
Helen Somerville. 

PEER Gynt. AI-1990. SEE Ibsen, Henrik. 

PEETS, ARTHUR GEORGE. 
Circus night at the North Pole, [Sketch] 
© Arthur George Peets; Ic 25Apr49; 
C3601. 

PEEWEE, the kiwi. DU20044. SEE Cartoon 
Teletales, Mar. 13, 1949. 

PEGGY and Lo. DU19313. SEE Meerkerk, 
Maximiliaan E. R. F, 

PEG'S house. DU18817. SEE Terkel, 
Louis. 

PEIFER, ALBERT H. 
Ill wind, a comedy in two acts by Albert 
H, Peifer. Music by Peter W. Davis, 
[Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Albert H. Peifer, Peter W. Davis; 
Ic 18Jan49; DU18644, 

LA PEINE capitale. DP18508. SEE Puget, 
Claude Andre, 

PEKING man, DU20148. SEE Lawrence, 
Reginald. 

PEMBROKE Enterprises, inc. 
Prevues with Pembroke. C3329. SEE 
Davenport, Pembroke M. 

THE PEN and the sword. DU18047. SEE 
Thierry, James Francis. 

THE PEOPLE'S choice. DU19983. SEE 
Lyon, Peter. 

PEPPER and sand. DP18827. SEE Williams, 
Emlyn. 

PfiRE Victoire. DU17975. SEE Williams, 
Wythe. 

PEREC Recording Studio. 
The pink and white horse. C373B. SEE 
Sorensen, James William. 

PERENNIAL Pierrette. DP18370. SEE 
Smith, Lorraine. 

PERETZ, JOSEPHINE. 
Asser Levy, a play in three scenes. 
© The Union of American Hebrew Con- 
gregations; 13May49; DP20464, 

THE PERFECT crime. DU20000. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 644, 

THE PERFECT pattern. DU19813. SEE 
Davidson, Madeline. 

THE PERFECTIONIST. SEE 
Dr. Christian, no. 549. DU20363. 
Smith, Conrad Sutton. DU18581. 

PERICLES. DU20261. SEE O'Brien, 
John W. 

PERIL for Preston. DU18162. SEE The 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 599. 

PERISHABLE merchandise. DU20229. 
SEE Geneen, Samuel. 

PERKINS, LEWIS BRYANT. 
Jamestown, [Poem] © Lewis Bryant 

Perkins; Ic 4Apr49; C3538. 
Television, [Poem] © Lewis Bryant 
Perkins; Ic 14Mar49; C3480. 

PERL, ARNOLD, 
Mind in the shadow, [Radio script] 

(CBS Documentary Unit, Feb. 2, 1949) 

© Columbia Broadcasting System, inc.; 

Ic lMar49; DU18879. 
Mind in the shadow. SEE ALSO Mayorga, 

Margaret. The best one-act plays of 

1948-1949. AA117053. 

68 



PERLING, JOSEPH JERRY. 

Yet must be singing. [Film script] 
© Joseph Jerry Perhng; Ic 20Jun49; 
DU20455. 

PERLMUTTER, SHOLOM. 
The dream of Jochanon Hasandler, a 

legendary operetta in two acts and six 

scenes. [In Yiddish, Text only] 

© Sholom Perlmutter; Ic 29Apr49; 

DU19807. 
My sister and I, a musical comedy in 

two acts and four scenes. [In Yiddish. 

Text only] © Sholom Perlmutter; Ic 

29Apr49; DU19806. 

PEROUTKA, FERDINAND. 
Sulla, der Glueckliche, Drama in zwolf 
Bildern von Ferdinand Peroutka. Ins 
Deutsche iibertragen von Petr Lotar. 
© Theaterverlag Reiss A.G.; Ic 12jan49; 
DU18049. 

PERRIN, Mac. 
Sugar and spice. DU18443. SEE Breton, 
J. Robert. 

PERRY, CHARLOTTE L, 
Out of the whirlwind, a winter's tale about 
a few remaining naive mountaineers, in 
two acts with music and dance. [Tejct 
only] © Charlotte L. Perry; Ic 3Feb49; 
on revisions; DU18703. Prev. reg. 
"When Satan hops out"; 28Jun47, D9911; 
25Feb48, DU13918. 



A PERSON, a place, or a thing. 
SEE Moore, Dward Alton. 



C3498, 



PERTWEE, MichaeL 
The paragon. DP19014. SEE Pertwee, 
Roland, 

PERTWEE, ROLAND. 
The paragon, a play in two acts, by Roland 
and Michael Pertwee, London, English 
Theatre Guild [1949]. 93 p. illus. 
(Guild library) © Roland Pertwee, 
Michael Pertwee; 18Feb49; DP19014. 

PET Dairy Products Company. SEE 
The Adventures of Princess Pet (Radio 
program) 

THE PET SHOP (Television program) 
Scripts in this series are by John Bryan 
Lewellen. © Louis G, Cowan, inc, 

1, May 31, 1949, © Ic 3Jun49; C3736, 

2. June 22, 1949. © Ic 24Jun49; C3792. 

PETER Kiewit Sons' Company. SEE 
Kiewit (Peter) Sons' Company. 

PETER Nay, schoolteacher. DU19611, 
SEE Groag, Edward Robert. 

PETER Piper. DU20188. SEE Deutsch, 
Robert Harmon. 

PETERS, DETLEV HAACK. 
A night in Brooklyn, a play in three acts. 

© Detlev Haack Peters; Ic 17Jan49; 

DU18063. 
Peace on earth, a play in four acts. 

© Detlev Haack Peters; Ic 26Jun49; 

DU20497. 

PETERS, Paul. SEE The Cavalcade of 
America (Radio program) 

LA PETITE fille aux allumettes. SEE 
Gheon, Henri. The little match girl. 
DP20138. 



LA PETITE hutte. DP18512. 
Andre. 



SEE Roussin, 



PETRIE, MARIA. 
Dr. Mesmer. [Shooting script] © Maria 
Petrie; Ic 25Apr49; DU19838. 

PFEIL, HERMAN W. 
The fashion shop, a play in four acts. 
© Herman W. Pfeil; Ic 18May49; 
DU20052. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



PFEILSCHIFTER, Boniface. SEE 
The Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

PHANTOM In the studio. DU18618. SEE 
Dr. Christian, no. 533. 

PHARIS, Gwen. 
The courting of Marie Jenvrin. SEE 
Seldon, Samuel. International folk 
plays. DP20078. 

PHEATT, RICHARD CADWELL. 
City desk, a three-act comedy drama of 
the news room. © Richard Pheatt; 
25jun49; DP20572. 

PHILANDERER. DU20161, SEE Coffin, 
Algernon Bruce. 

PHILIP Morris Night with Horace Heidt 
(Radio program) SEE Horace Heldt 
Show (Radio program) 

PHILIPPI, Patrick Ardell. 
Louie's lunch. DU18678. SEE Pierron, 
Robert Nicholas. 

PHILLIPS, IRVING WALTER. 
Two Adams for Eve, an improbable inter- 
lude with music. [Text only] © Irving 
Walter Phillips; Ic 8Nov48; on revisions; 
DU18442. Prev. reg. 12Mar46, D2036. 

PHILLIPS, MARGUERITE KREGER. 
Mary wasn't here, a comedy in one act 
for girls. Boston, Baker's Plays, cl949. 
32 p. (Baker's plays for amateurs) 
© Walter H. Baker Co.; 12Apr49; 
DP19552. 

PHILLIPS, RUBY HART. 
The Chinese girl. [Monologue] © Ruby 

Hart Phillips; Ic 10Mar49; DU19693. 
The drums. [Monologue] © Ruby Hart 

Phillips; Ic 10Mar49; DU19692. 
The modern Hatshepsut. [Monologue] 

© Ruby Hart Phillips; Ic 10Mar49; 

DU19690. 
The teen-ager. [Monologue] © Ruby 

Hart Phillips; Ic 10Mar49; DU19691. 

PHILLIPS, THEODORE J. 

Memory Lane; radio script by Ted Phil- 
lips. © Theodore J. (Ted) Phillips; Ic 
16Dec48; DU19768. 

The South Sea Islanders; radio script by 
Ted Phillips. © Theodore T. (Ted) 
Phillips; Ic 16Dec48; DU19767. 

PHILLIPS, WENDELL K. 
Come back soon, a play in three acts by 
Wendell Phillips and Charles Jared. 
© Wendell K. Phillips, Charles Jared; 
Ic 29Dec48; DU18646. 

PHILLIPS H. Lord, inc. SEE Lord 
(Phillips H.) inc. 

PHIPPS, DAISY B. 
Conquest in the hills, a play in three acts. 
© Daisy B. Phipps; Ic 8Jun49- on revi- 
sions; DU20295. Prev. reg. '^It's the 
berries"; lApr48; DU140B3. 

PHOTOGRAPHICALLY yours. DU19375. 
SEE Proctor, Albert Carlton. 



THE PHYSICIAN and the sorcerer. 
SEE The Eternal Light, no. 219. 



DP19482. 



PIANO lesson. C3268-3269. SEE Wozen- 
crait, Marian Leitch. 

PIANO playtime. C3268-3269. SEE 
Wozencraft, Marian Leitch. 

PICASSO, PABLO. 
Desire, a play tr. from the French by 
Bernard Frechtman. New York, Philo- 
sophical Library [1948], 63 p. © Philo- 
sophical Library, mc; 270ct48; DP18657. 

PICK a page. C35i5. SEE Squire, Burt. 

PICK me a long-stemmed flower. DU18396. 
SEE Corcoran, Robert John. 



THE PICTURE of Dorian Gray. 
SEE Cox, Constance. 



DP18917, 



A PIECE of cord. C3638. SEE Boyles, 
Raymond James. 

PIECES of glass. DU18609. SEE Little 
Herman, no. 5. 

THE PIED Piper of Hamelin. DU19559, 
SEE Lehr, Lew. 

PIERCE, EMILY STANTON. 
Paper matches, a revue with music, by 
Emily Pierce. Additional music by Pris- 
cilla Beacham Stanton. [Text and music 
on separate leaves] © Emily S. Pierce; 
Ic 14Mar49; DU19I13. 

PIERCE, JOHN. 
Stag at eve, a comedy in three acts. 
© John Pierce; Ic 28Apr49; DU19792. 

PIERRON, ROBERT NICHOLAS. 
Louie's lunch, by Robert N. Pierron and 
Patrick A. Philippi. [Sample television 
script] © Robert N. Pierron, Patrick A. 
Philippi; Ic lFeb49; DU18678. 

PIGNERO, EDGAR. ^ 
Terre-neuve, comedie inedite en trois 
actes. Paris, cl949. 54 p. © Edgar 
Pignero; 14Feb49; DP20034. 

PIGSFEET in Paris. DU19118. SEE 
Duffy's Tavern (Radio program) Dec. 3, 
1947. 

THE PILGRIMAGE play. DU19869, SEE 
Kachel, Arthur B. 

PILGRIMAGE to the past of California. 
DU19710. SEE Smith, Verna Hannah. 

PILGRIMS of peace. DU20330. SEE 
Cochran, Jean Carter. 

PILLAR of fire. DU19420. SEE Arm- 
strong, Robert Golden. 

PIN it, win it. DU19573. SEE Fischbach, 
Bernice Winfield. 

PINCUS, ABRAHAM. 
A little analysis, a play in three acts by 
A. P. MoUison [pseud.] © Abraham 
Pincus; Ic 3Jan49; DU17842. 

THE PINE Tree Limited. DU20223. SEE 
Shea, Henry Richard. 

THE PINK and white horse. C3738. SEE 
Sorensen, James William. 

PINK lace. DU19582. SEE The Cavalcade 
of America, no. 601. 

PINK— with feathers. DU20283. SEE 
Jensen, Eileen Stith. 

PINKY, the rabbit. C3356, SEE Gertz, 
Helen Xanthe. 

PINOCCHIO and the Indians. DU18769. SEE 
Harris, Aurand. 

PINOCCHIO goes to school. DU19665. SEE 
Sylvern, Henry. 

PIONEERING new products. DU18963, 
DU20170, SEE Keeping Up With the 
Wlgglesworths, nos. 88, 109. 

PIP, my job, and me. DU18077, SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

PIRANDELLO, LUIGL 

The new colony, a play in three acts by 
Luigi Pirandello. Translated by Marta 
Abba MlUikin. © Marta Abba Millikln; 
Ic 19jan49; DU18084. 

No one knows how, a play in three acts by 
Luigi Pirandello. Translated from the 
Italian by Marta Abba. © Marta Abba 
Millikin; Ic lApr49; DU19331. 



69 



PISCATOR, Erwin. 
Outside the door. DU19781. 
Borchert, Wolfgang. 



SEE 



PITOU, GERTRUDE EVELYN. 
Char lee Cheero; episodes 1-3 in a series 
of stories. © Gertrude E. Pitou; Ic 
each llApr49; no. 1, C3600; no. 2, 
C3599; no. 3, C3598. 

PITT, HAMILTON. 
Thrush of the marshlands, a drama in two 
acts. © Hamilton Pitt; Ic 16May49; 
DU19993. 

PITT, MYRIL CHRISTINE. 
The puppet show, a play in one act. London, 
H. F. W. Deane, Boston, W. H. Baker Co. 
[1948], 27 p. illus. (Deane's series of 
plays) © Myril Christine Pitt; 17Dec48; 
DP18829. 

PITTSBURGH in music. DU20265. SEE 
Paulus, John D. 

PITY the poor fish. DU19101. SEE Keeney, 
Claire Handsaker. 

A PLACE on earth. DU20137. SEE 
Harding, John Briard. 

PLAN for action. C3430. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

PLAN for murder. DU19140. SEE The 
Sheriff, no, 233, 

PLANE planning, SEE Wilding Picture 
Productions, inc. The international model 
plane contest, C3558. 

PLASTICS Division presentation, SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. Recording 
for Plastics Division presentation. C3618. 

PLATFORM for America. DU18036. SEE 
Mosher (Ira) Associates, inc. 

PLATT, Jack G., pseud. SEE Glotzer, 
Jack, 

PLAUTUS, Titus Maccius, 
Aulularia. SEE Orland. Lucille Selkin, 
Roman holiday. DU20191. 

PLAY along. C3262. SEE Gluckman, 
Bernard Louis. 

PLAY-a-long songs. DU19206. SEE 
Krasnow, Hermann. 

PLAY ball. SEE 
Coiro, Angelo John. C3700. 
Miller, Harry Barton. C3531. 

PLAY bridge with the experts. DU19601. 
SEE Brotman, Oscar. 

THE PLAY Club. 

All's fair. DP18281. SEE Adams, C. B. 

If we only could cook. DP18285. SEE 
Hark, Mildred, 

It belongs to me. DP19283, SEE Kern, 
Dorothy, 

Star gazer. DP19285. SEE West, Mar- 
garet King, 

The star in the window, DP19284, SEE 
Hark, Mildred, 

Vote for Uncle Sam. DP18284. SEE Hark, 
Mildred, 

Witches, beware! DP18282, SEE Fisher, 
Aileen. 

A PLAY for Mary, DU19427, SEE 
McCleery, William. 

PLAYER queen, DP20106, SEE Stafford, 
Kathleen, 

THE PLAYGROUND. SEE 
Broughton, James. A29956. 
Mayer, J, Manuel, DU20495. 

PLEASURE and play, your plan for the day. 
C3546. SEE Whitney, Helen Lenore. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUTT, ALICE. 
Written in the stars; or, You can't have 
it all, Georgel A play in five acts. 
© Mrs. Alice Plitt; Ic 23May49; DU20462. 

PLOTKIN, CELIA. 
Branches for Shvuoth, a one-act play, with 
incidental music. © Celia Plotkin; 
3May49; DP19934. 

PLUMB, Mrs. Joseph Hudson. SEE Plumb, 
Ma Belle Houghton. 

PLUMB, MA BELLE HOUGHTON. 
Anno Domini, a Christmas opera, [n.p., 
1948] 75 p. Text only. © Mrs. Joseph 
Hudson Plumb (in notice: M. H. Plumb)- 
20Nov48; DP18656. 



PLUMMER, Lillian, 
The glittering thread. DU17992. 
Nucklas, Marian Quinn. 



SEE 



PLUTARCHUS. 
Alexander and Caesar. SEE What Do You 
Think? How can you be famous? C3318. 
Lycurgus, Numa, Alexander, and Caesar. 
SEE What Do You Think? Is ambition 
good or bad? C3319. 

PLYMOUTH Motor Corporation. 
The international model plane contest. 
C3558. SEE Wilding Picture Productions, 
inc. 

POCKETFULL of trouble. DU18611. SEE 
Little Herman, no, 7. 

PODEHL, PETER. 
Kommen und Gehen, ein Spiel in 5 Fen- 
sterszenen und 5 Bildern. © Theater - 
verlag Reiss A.G,; Ic 12Jan49; DU18050, 

POE, Edgar Allan. 
The tell-tale heart. DU18767. SEE The 
Actor's Studio (Television program) 
No. 22. 

POINSETTLA— the good neighbor plant. 
C3379. SEE The Voice of Christmas, no. 4, 

POKEY, the Christmas elf. DU17970. 
SEE Parker, Jack Darwin. 

POLICEMAN'S lot. DU18130. SEE Weeks, 
Donald. 



A POLITICAL debt. DU19352. 
Lone Ranger, no. 2524-1749. 



SEE The 



POLL and Jimmy in fairyland. DU19889. 
SEE Trop, Jack D. 

POLLACK, ABRAHAM THEODORE. 
A wedding in Japan, a play in two acts. 
© Abraham Theodore Pollack; Ic 
25Apr49; DU19740. 

POLLARD, Bud, 
Texarkana. DU18939. SEE Morrissey, 
Will James. 

POLLEY, SYDNEY ARTHUR. 
Jack and Jill, by S. A. PoUey and Conrad 
Carter. London, New York, S, French, 
cl948. 66 p. (French's acting edition, 
no. 1813. Basic pantomime no. 6) 
© Samuel French ltd.; lDec48; DP17963, 

POLLOCK, BERT DANIEL. 
Years of the harvest, a play in two acts. 
© Bert Daniel Pollock; Ic 3Mar49; 
DU18865. 

POMEROY, Warden Baxter. 
Concepts of normality and abnormality 
in sexual behavior. C3395. SEE 
Kinsey, Alfred Charles. 

PONEMENES Kardies. DU18705. SEE 
Caravias, Orpheus Basil. 

THE PONY Reed show. C3313. SEE Reed, 
William Pinckney. 



POOKI and Hank. DU20324. SEE 
Landeck, Beatrice. 

POCLMAN, Kenneth. 
Items from May Week revue. DP18104. 
SEE Eady, David. 

POOR, JOHNSON. 

The big city, a comedy in one act. 
© Johnson Poor; Ic 9Feb49; DU18498. 

POOR Henry. DU19763. SEE Dr. Christian, 
no. 543. 

POOR substitutes for prison. DU18599, 
SEE The Green Hornet, no. 914. 

POP Gardner 's Garden Shop. C3260. SEE 
Ross, Arthur M. 

POP goes the weaseL DU19158. SEE 
Gates, Natalie. 

POP Travis' letter. DU18317. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2492-1717. 

POPE, Mrs. L. G. SEE Pope, Myrtle 
Pihlman. 

POPE, MYRTLE PIHLMAN. 
Refugees from Russia, a play in seven 
scenes. 10 leaves. © Myrtle Pihlman 
Pope (Mrs. L. G. Pope); Ic 28Mar49; 
DU19825. 

THE PORCELAIN clay, DU20192. SEE 
Liebling, Howard. 



PORT Aus. 
Sty mean. 



DU19492. SEE Karlen, 



PORT of New York. DU20383. SEE 
Contemporary Productions, inc. 

PORTER, ROBERT NIEL. 
Santa and the Fairy Snow Queen, a play 
in one act. © Robert Niel Porter; Ic 
7Jan49; DU17889. 

PORTER, STEPHEN WINTHROP. 
Finger on the pulse, a play in three acts 
by Stephen Porter and Howard E. 
Marshall. © Howard Edward Marshall, 
Stephen Winthrop Porter; Ic 29Apr49; 
DU19814. 

PORTLAND Cement Association. 
From the ground up. C3234. SEE Wild- 
ing Picture Productions, inc. 

PORTLAND, U. S. A. DU19010. SEE 
The Eternal Light, no. 194. 

PORTRAIT of death. DU19236. SEE 
The Sheriff, no, 235. 



THE POSITIONAL system, 
Kuei, Chung-shu, 



C3625. SEE 



POSNER (DR. A.) SHOES, INC. 
The Big and Little Club audition. Script 
for Nov. 20, 1948, by Stephen Carlin. 
© Dr. A. Posner Shoes, inc.; Ic 
lljan49; C3237. 

THE POWER of love and lyrics. DU18758. 
SEE Hickman, Sharpe Frost. 

THE POWER of prayer. SEE Stanley, 
Lorena May. They call me a delinquent. 
DU20252. 



POWERS (Ralph) Productions. 
Pop Gardner's Garden Shop. C3260. 
Ross, Arthur M. 



SEE 



PRACTICAL home decoration. SEE Ross, 
Laurette Lacey. 



PRACTICAL piano tuning. C3373. 
Kline, Robert Newton. 



SEE 



PRATT, LOUISE C. 
Big to-do about something, a play in three 
acts by L. Cecelia Pratt. © Louise C. 
Pratt; Ic 7Feb49; on revisions; DU18428. 

70 



Prev. reg. "Death in the gardenroom," 
12Sep45, D94985. 

THE PREFABRICATED dream. DU18543. 
SEE Her shenow, Harold John. 

PRENTICE -Hall, inc. 
A book of dramas. A23577. SEE Carpenter, 
Bruce. 



i 



PRESCRIPTION for crime. DU19940. 
Little Herman, no. 19, 



SEE 



PRESCRIPTION for love. DU20331. SEE 
Lione, John. 

THE PRESENTATION of Linkaloop, 
Simulasound and Recordscope. C3446. 
SEE Dodd, Jeannette Betts. 

PRESTON, EFFA ESTELLE. 
The skywayman, an operetta in two acts, 
for high schools and colleges. Libretto 
and lyrics by Effa E. Preston, music by 
Harold Wansborough. Minneapolis, T. S. 
Denison [ltf49]. 140 p. (Denison's 
operettas) 1' T". S. Denison & Co.; 
4Mar49; DP 189 5 5. 

PREVENTIVE maintenance of construction 
equipment. C3470. SEE Kiewit (Peter) 
Sons' Company. 

PREVUES with Pembroke. C3329. SEE 
Davenport, Pembroke M. 

PRICE, ADRIAN S. 
Mystery town, a combined television 
variety show and coincidental telephone 
quiz, by Adrian S. Price and Eugene 
Egan. © Adrian S. Price, Eugene Egan; 
Ic 21Feb49; DU18789. 

PRICE, GERTRUDE. 
The Brownies, a musical play by Gertrude 
Price, based on the original story by 
Juliana Horatia Ewing. © Gertrude 
Price; Ic 3Feb49; DU18403. 

PRICE, Hereward Thimbleby. 
The tragedy of Julius Caesar. A29704. 
SEE Shakespeare, William. 

PRIDE AUX, George Alfred, 
Do it with grace. DU19374. SEE 
Laskoff, Joan Vera. 

PRIEST, ROBERT W, 
Gold isn't everything, a play in three acts, 
© Robert W. Priest; Ic 18May49; on 
revisions; DU20051. Prev, reg. 27Jan46; 
D409. 

PRIESTLEY, JOHN BOYNTON. 
The Linden tree, a play in two acts. 
London, S. French [1948]. 84 p. illus, 
(French's acting eoition, no, 714) 
© J. B, Priestley; 28Sep48: DP18359. 
Prev. reg. 18Dec47; DU12292. 

PRIMARY steps in articulation. C3571. 
SEE Page, Harry L. 

THE PRINCE of Peace. SEE Horn, Mildred A. 
The Lawton story. DP18356. 

THE PRINCE passes. DU17876. SEE 
Sheldon, Paula Drendell. 



PRINCE United Nations. DU18819. 
Berman, Rose Balcalar. 



SEE 



PRINDLE, James P. 

The American economy. C3655. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

Green harvest. C3272, C3411. SEE Wild- 
ing Picture Productions, inc. 

The new Oldsmobile trailers. DU18070. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

Roots in the soil. DU20237. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

Six television spots. DU19507, DU19841. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

Unseen horizons. DU18990, SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



PRINDLE, James P. Cont'd. 
What do you want? C3656. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 
Will you be there? C3350. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 

PRISON without bars. DP18100. SEE 
Harwell, Peggy. 

PRIVATE enterprise. DP18919. SEE 
Ervine, St. John Greer. 

PRIVATE lives. DP18362, SEE Coward, 
Noel Pierce. 

PRIVATE protest. DU19760. SEE Nielsen, 
Elizabeth Ann. 

PRIZE package. DU18900. SEE Kerr, 
Jean Collins. 

PROBLEMS of relativity in modern physics. 
SEE Kilian, Edward. 

PROCKTER, BERNARD J. 
Quicli as a flash, by Bernard J. Prockter 
and Richard Lewis. [Television program] 
© Bernard J. Prockter, Richard Lewis; 
Ic 5jan49; DU17881. 

PROCTOR, ALBERT CARLTON. 
Photographically yours, by Jack Proctor, 
Radio camera and home movie "Club of 
the air." Program no. 1: Still cameras. 
Program no. 2: Horde movies. [Sample 
scripts] © Albert Carlton Proctor; Ic 
each 30Mar49; DU19375. 

PROCTOR, Jack. SEE Proctor, Albert 
Carlton. 

THE PRODIGAL son. DU18891, SEE 
The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 98. 

PRODUCING pork the Purina way. C3607. 
SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

PRODUCTION is the only source of wealth. 
DU18970, DU20171. SEE Keeping Up 
With the Wigglesworths, nos. 83, 110. 

PRODUCTIVE efficiency. DU18968, 
DU20177. SEE Keeping Up With the 
Wigglesworths, nos. 84, 116. 

PROESEL, MARION ELLEN. 
Americana, a musical comedy in three 
acts. [Text and music on toparate 
leaves] © Marion Ellen Proesel; Ic 
25Apr49; DU19778. 

PROFIT. DU18969. SEE Keeping Up 
With the Wigglesworths, no. 82. 

THE PROFIT motive and the free enter- 
prise system. DU20176. SEE Keeping 
Up With the Wigglesworths, no. 115. 

PROMETHEUS impotent, DU18661. SEE 
Motyleff, Ilya, 

THE PROMISE. DP18729. SEE Kagan, 
Ben. 

PROMISE of marriage, DU19295. SEE 
Kadow , Leonora M. 

PROOF. C3610. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

PROPOSED good neighbor monument for 
the Organization of American States at 
Washington, D. C. C3529. SEE Hansen, 
Oskar J. W. 

A PROSPECTOR'S widow. C3805. SEE 
Galst, Valre Grace Zech. 

PROVE your talent. C3563. SEE Abbott, 
Gerald. 

PROWL CAR (Radio program) Episodes in 
this series are by Ray Buffum. © Hunt 
Stromberg. 

1. © Ic 10Feb49; DU18516. 

2. © Ic 10Feb49; DU18515. 



PRUNEAU, PHILLIP. 
The cellar and the well, a naturalistic 
comedy in three acts. & Phillip 
Pruneau; Ic 31May49; DU20206. 

UN P'TIT mari en or, DU19405. SEE 
Mouezy-Eon, Andre. 

PUBLIC like a frog. DU20534. SEE 
Maier, Laurette MacDuffie. 

THE PUBLIC picks. DU20049. SEE Lanin, 
James. 

PUCK, Guy, pseud. SEE Mallis, Constantine 
Alexander Hagi. 

PUDNEY, JOHN. 
Reunion, a play in three acts. © John 

Pudney; Ic 25Feb49; DU18924. 
Reunion. A screenplay by John Pudney, 

produced by Royston Morley. © John 

Pudney; Ic 22jan49; DU18301. 

PUGET, CLAUDE ANDRfi. 
La peine capitaie; drame en trois actes 
et quatre tableaux. Paris, Editions 
Stock, 1948. 198 p. © Claude-Andre 
Puget; 13Dec48; DP18508. 

PULCINI, CELESTINO. 
II Santo, dramma in tre atti. © Prof. 
Celestino Pulcini; Ic 5May49; DU19885. 



PUMPKIN eater. 
Berrilla. 



DU19097. SEE Kerr, 



THE PUPPET show. 
Myril Christine. 



DPI 8829. SEE Pitt, 



PURGE LL, PAUL, pseud. 
The snake and the web, purportedly a 
satire in three acts. [Paul Purcell is 
the pseud, of Victor Paul Satinsky and 
Joseph Satinsky] © Victor Paul Satinsky, 
Joseph Satinsl^; Ic 22Mar49; DU19201. 



PURIM in Bagdad, 
David, 



DP19001. SEE Slutzky, 



PYGMALION. SEE Kaiser, Georg. 
Griechische Dramen. AF9742. 



Q 

QUADRANGLE CLUB OF WASHINGTON UNI- 
VERSITY, St. Louis. 

Big time, a musical play in three acts by 
Ronald Stein, Dave Lehr, Jeff Bates [and 
others] Text and music on separate 
leaves. © Quadrangle Club of Washington 
University, St. Louis; Ic 8Apr49; 
DU19497. 

QUAIFE, ELISE WEST, 
Burning up the line, a farce in one act, 
© E Use West Quaife; Ic 7Feb49; DU18449. 

QUARANTINED. DU18179. SEE The 
Adventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 116. 

QUARTET. AI-2111, SEE Maugham, 
William Somerset. 

QUEEN of the night stories. DU18132. SEE 
Bucky, Frida Sarsen. 

THE QUESTION box. DU18890. SEE 
Diamond, Richard. 

QUESTIONS about Christmas answered by 
Billie and Santa. DU19476. SEE Billie 
the Brownie, no. 32. 

QUICK as a flash. DU17881. SEE 
Prockter, Bernard J, 

QUICKER than the eye. DU18610. SEE 
Little Herman, no. 6. 

QUICKSAND. DP19095. SEE Smith, Robert. 

QUIET evening at home. DU18738, SEE 
Aldrich Family, no. 477. 



QUINAN, Dorothy Cheney, 
The senator bewitched. DU18552. SEE 
First Nighter, Nov. 25, 1948, 

QUINN, ALISON. 
The Bostonians, a play in three acts by 
Alison Quinn. Based on the novel by 
Henry James. © Alison Quinn; Ic 
llApr49; DU19510. 

QUINN, Don. SEE Fibber McGee and 
Molly (Radio program) 



QUIZ for Congress. 
John Llttlejohn, 



C3584. SEE Allen, 



QUIZ KIDS (Radio program) Scripts in 
this series are by John Bryan Lewellen. 
© Quiz Kids, inc. 



445. 
446. 
447. 
448, 
449, 
450, 
451. 
452. 
453. 
454. 
455. 
456, 
457. 
458. 
459. 
460. 
461. 
462. 
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469. 



Jan. 2, 1949. 
Jan. 9, 1949. 
Jan. 16, 1949, 
Jan. 23, 1949. 
Jan. 30, 1949. 
Feb. 6, 1949, 
Feb. 13, 1949. 
Feb. 20, 1949. 
Feb. 27, 1949, 
Mar. 6, 1949. 
Mar. 13, 1949, 
Mar. 20, 1949, 
Mar, 27, 1949, 
Apr, 3, 1949, 
Apr. 10, 1949. 
Apr. 17, 1949. 
Apr. 24, 1949. 
May 1, 1949. 
May 8, 1949. 
May 15, 1949. 
May 22, 1949. 
May 29, 1949. 
June 5, 1949. 
June 12, 1949. 
June 19, 1949. 



© Ic 3Jan49; C3219. 
© Ic 10Jan49; C3240. 

© Ic 17Jan49; C3261. 

© Ic 24Jan49; C3291. 

© Ic 31Jan49; C3355. 

© Ic 7Feb49; C3347. 

© Ic 14Feb49; C3354. 

© Ic 21Feb49; C3394. 

© Ic 28Feb49; C3450. 

© Ic 7Mar49; C3461. 

. © Ic 14Mar49; C3479. 

. © Ic 21Mar49; C3503. 

. © Ic 28Mar49; C3519. 

© Ic 4Apr49; C3537. 

© Ic llApr49; C3562. 

© Ic 18Apr49; C3592. 

© Ic 25Apr49; C3622. 
© Ic 2May49; C3640. 
© Ic 9May49; C3680. 

© Ic 16May49; C3695. 

© Ic 23May49; C3725. 

© Ic 31May49: C3732. 
© Ic 6jun49; C3757. 

© Ic 13Jun49; C3772. 

© Ic 20Jun49; C3781. 



QUIZ KIDS (Television program) Scripts in 
this series are by John Bryan Lewellen, 
© Quiz Kids, inc. 



1, 

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10. 
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18, 



Jan, 25, 1949, 
Feb, 1, 1949. 
Feb. 8, 1949. 
Feb. 15, 1949. 
Feb. 22, 1949. 
Mar. 1, 1949. 
Mar. 8, 1949. 
Mar, 15, 1949, 
Mar, 22, 1949. 
Mar, 29, 1949. 
Apr, 5, 1949, 
Apr, 12, 1949, 
Apr. 19, 1949. 
Apr. 26, 1949. 
May 3, 1949. 
May 10, 1949. 
May 17, 1949. 
May 24, 1949. 



© Ic 27Jan49; C3300. 
© Ic 3Feb49; C3346. 
© Ic 10Feb49; C3353. 
© Ic 18Feb49; C3365. 
© Ic 24Feb49; C3393, 
© Ic 3Mar49; C3407. 
© Ic 10Mar49; C3469. 
, © Ic 17Mar49; C3502. 
, © Ic 24Mar49; C3505. 
© Ic 31Mar49; C3533. 
© Ic 7Apr49; C3552. 
© Ic 14Apr49; C3576. 
© Ic 21Apr49; C3591. 
© Ic 28Apr49; C3631. 
© Ic 5May49; C3663. 
© Ic 13May49; C3693. 
© Ic 19May49; C3730. 
© Ic 26May49; C3731. 



QUIZ Kids, inc. SEE 
Quiz Kids (Radio program) 
Quiz Kids (Television program) 

QUOTH the raven. DU19435. SEE First 
Nighter, Jan. 27, 1949. 



R 

R.F.D. AMERICA (Radio program) Scripts 
in this series are by John Bryan Lewellen. 
© Louis G. Cowan, inc. 

42. Jan, 8, 1949, © Ic 10Jan49; C3236, 

43. Jan. 15, 1949. © Ic 17Jan49; C3267, 

44. Jan. 22, 1949. © Ic 24Jan49; C3280. 

45. Jan, 29, 1949. © Ic 31Jan49; C3307. 

46. Feb. 5, 1949. © Ic 7Feb49; C3331, 

47. Feb. 12, 1949. © Ic 14Feb49; C3357. 

48. Feb. 19, 1949, © Ic 21Feb49; C3368. 

49. Feb. 26, 1949. © Ic 28Feb49; C3402. 

50. Mar. 5, 1949. © Ic 7Mar49; C3452. 

51. Mar. 12, 1949. © Ic 14Mar49; C3485. 

52. Mar, 19, 1949. © Ic 2lMar49; C3500. 

53. Mar, 26, 1949. © Ic 28Mar49; C3522. 

54. Apr. 2, 1949. © Ic 4Apr49; C3536. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



.F.D. AMERICA. 


55. 


Apr. 9, 1949. 


56. 


Apr. 16, 1949. 


07. 


Apr. 23, 1949. 


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Apr. 30, 1949. 


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May 7, 1949. 


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May 14, 1949. 


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May 21, 1949. 


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June 4, 1949. 


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June 25, 1949. 



Cont'd. 

© Ic llApr49; C3561. 
, © Ic 18Apr49; C3578. 
, © Ic 25Apr49; C3602. 
, © Ic 3May49; C3642. 
© Ic 9May49; C3676. 
© Ic 16May49; C3697. 
© Ic 23May49; C3714. 
© Ic 31May49: C3734, 
© Ic 6Jun49; C3753. 
© Ic 13Jun49; C3767. 
© Ic 20Jun49; C3782. 
© Ic 27Jun49; C3800. 

R.F.D. AMERICA (Television program) 
Scripts in this series are by John Bryan 
Lewellen. © Louis G. Cowan, inc. 

1. Jan. 28, 1949. © Ic 31Jan49; C3302. 

2. Feb. 4, 1949. © Ic 7Feb49; C3330. 

3. Feb. 11, 1949. © Ic 14Feb49; C3358, 

4. Feb. 18, 1949. © Ic 21Feb49; C3369. 

5. Feb. 25, 1949. © Ic 28Feb49; C3401. 

6. Mar. 3, 1949. © Ic 7Mar49; C3453. 

7. Mar. 10, 1949. © Ic 14Mar49; C3484. 

8. Mar. 17, 1949. © Ic 21Mar49; C3496. 

9. Mar. 24, 1949. © Ic 28Mar49; C3527. 

10. Apr. 7, 1949. © Ic llApr49; C3556, 

11. Apr. 14, 1949. © Ic 18Apr49; C3577. 

12. Apr. 21, 1949. © Ic 25Apr49; C3603. 

13. Apr. 28, 1949. © Ic 2May49; C3643. 

14. May 5, 1949. © Ic 9May49; C3672. 

15. May 12, 1949. © Ic 16May49; C3698. 

16. May 19, 1949. © Ic 23May49; C3722. 

17. May 26, 1949. © Ic 31May49: C3733. 

18. June 2, 1949. © Ic 6jun49; C3752. 

19. June 9, 1949. © Ic 13jun49; C3766. 

20. June 16, 1949. © Ic 20jun49; C3783. 

21. June 23, 1949. © Ic 27Jun49; C3799. 

THE RABBIT that runs on snow shoes. 
C3525. SEE Hilfiker, Earl L. 

RACE date cancelled. DU19049. SEE 
The Green Hornet, no. 924. 

RACE to Twenty Mile. DU20005. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 649. 

THE RACKET busters. DU19343. SEE 
The Green Hornet, no. 929. 

RADCLIFFE, Virginia. SEE 
The Cavalcade of America (Radio pro- 
gram) 

RADDI, PRIMO. 
Beheaded roses, a play in three acts. 

© Primo Raddi; Ic 21Feb49; DU18690. 

Release from beyond, a play in three acts. 

© Primo Raddi; Ic 31Mar49; DU19338. 

RADFORD, EVERETT GERMAINE. 
Winter in heaven, a comedy in three acts. 
Produced by and with the co-operation of 
the Northern Hills Little Theatre. 
© Everett Germaine Radford; Ic 8Dec48; 
DU18441. 

RADFORD, RUBY LORRAINE. 
Emerald Garden; or. Dreams do come 
true. A dramatic composition. 46 leaves. 
© Ruby Lorraine Radford; Ic 7Jan49; 
DU18306. 

RADIO Church Associates, inc. SEE 
They Lived the Word (Radio program) 

RADIO City playhouse. DP17999. SEE 
National Broadcasting Company, inc. 

RADIO commercial. C3623. SEE Gardner, 
George Thomas. 

A RADIO commercial for Jackson M. Potter 
real estate, Syracuse, New York. DU18053. 
SEE Helberg, Burton Edward. 

RADIO Program Production Co. SEE 
The Greatest Story Ever Told (Radio pro- 
gram) 

RADOWSKI, Philip. 
Butterfly of fashion. DU19997. SEE 
Shubert, John. 

RAGE of the purple sage. DU20441. SEE 
Neyerlin, Warren James. 



RAGG, LOUIS GLADSTONE. 
I'll keep the land, a midw ester n play 
in three acts. (Poinsettia plays) 
© Louis Gladstone Ragg; 20Jun49; 
DP20477. 

RAGOTZY, JACK P. 
Country mile, a comedy -drama in three 
acts. © Jack P. Ragotzy; Ic 18Apr49; 
DU19613. 

RAGOZZINO, EDWARD WILLIAM. 
The mistake. [Radio script] © Edward 
William Ragozzino; Ic 16May49; DU20060. 

RAINSFORD, Christina. 
Harold of England, DP18624. SEE 
Rainsford, Kerr. 

RAINSFORD, KERR. 
Harold of England, Introd. by Albert 
Edmund Trombly. New York, Fine Edi- 
tions Press [1948] 109 p. A historical 
drama in blank verse. © Christina 
Rainsford (Mrs. Kerr Rainsford); 
10Dec48; DP18624. 



RAINY day. DU20341, 
Judith. 



SEE Sidorsky, 



RAISBECK, Robert. SEE Packard-Bell 
Television Talent Test (Television pro- 
gram) 

THE RAKE '^ progress. DU18957. SEE 
Stravinskii, Igor' Fedorovich. 

RALPH J. Rowe Productions. SEE 
Rowe (Ralph J.) Productions. 

RALPH Kiner. C3740. SEE The American 
Way (Radio program) 

RALSTON Purina Company. 

Great opportunities. C3608. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

Making the shoes fit. C3609. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

Producing pork the Purina way, C3607. 
SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

Proof. C3610. SEE Handy (Jam) Organi- 
zation, inc. 

Slidefilm review. C3611. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

Startena film. C3438. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

RAND, John, pseud. SEE Reach, James. 

RANDON, Lee. SEE The Green Hornet 
(Radio program) 

RANEY, REBEKAH ELIZABETH. 
Home arenas; fifty -six playlets for House- 
hold songs by Reb. Raney. [Text only] 
© Rebekah Elizabeth Raney; Ic 6jun49; 
DU20272. 

RAPE. DP19451. SEE Wagner, Geoffrey. 

RAYMOND, RAY. 
One minute murder mysteries, [Televi- 
sion commercial] No. 1. © Milton 
Rosenstock; Ic 2iApr49; DU19646. 

RAYNOR, SALLY. 
All good people, a play in three acts. 
© Sally Raynor; Ic 31Jan49; DU18144. 

RAYSHOW, inc. SEE The Greatest Story 
Ever Told (Radio program) 



RAYVEN Music Company, inc. 
Le chevalier Bayard. DU18837. 
Hornez, Andre. 



SEE 



REACH, JAMES. 
Big brother, a comedy in three acts. 
New York, S. French [19491. 82 p. 
illus. © Samuel French; 17May49; 
DP20105. 
College knights, a comedy in three acts, 
by John Rand [pseud.J New York, 
S. French [19481. 8ffp. illus. ©Samuel 
French; 31Dec48; DP17957. 



72 



REACH. JAMES. Cont'd. 
Good-time Charlie, a comedy in three 

acts, by Bruce Abbott [pseud.] New York, 

S. French [19491. 82 p. illus. © Samuel 

French; 31May49; DP20333. 
The house on the lake, a melodramatic 

comedy in three'acts. New York, 

S. French [1949]. 79 p. iUus. © Samuel 

French; 8Mar49; DP190B9. 
The spirit is willing, a comedy in three acts. 

New York, S. French [1949]. 79 p. illus. 

© Samuel French; 5jan49; DP17958. 
Whatever goes up, a comedy in three acts, 

by Thomas Sutton [pseud.] New York, 

S. French, cl949. 78 p. illus. © Samuel 

French; 2Mar49; DP19091. 

READ, Claire, pseud, SEE Davis, Claire H. 

READY, STUART. 
The legend of Ralkes Cross, a thriller in 
one act. London, H. F. W. Deane; Boston, 
W. H. Baker Co. [1948]. 27 p. (Deane's 
series of plays) © Stuart Ready; 22Dec48; 
DP19096. 

THE REAL thing. DU18522. SEE Your 
Show Time (Television program) 

REALM Television Productions, inc. SEE 
Your Show Time (Television program) 

THE REASONS why? C3441. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

RECIPES men like. DU19224. SEE 
Lawless, Grace Theo. 

RECORD run. DU20547. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no, 2560-1785. 

RECORDING for Plastics Division presenta- 
tion. C3618. SEE Handy (Jam) Organiza- 
tion, inc. 

REC-O-Tour Recording Company. 
The Carlsbad Caverns of New Mexico. 
C3523. SEE Shafer, Elizabeth Jane. 
A Kodachrome tour of the Carlsbad 
Caverns of New Mexico. C3682. SEE 
Shafer, Elizabeth Jane. 

RED cross. U.S. American National Red 
Cross. Chicago Chapter. 
Will you be there? C3350. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

THE RED death. DU17880. SEE Seltzer, 
Dan, 

RED Dutton. C3290. SEE The American 
Way, C74, 

RED Grange. C3286. SEE The American 
Way, C64. 

THE RED key. DP20493. SEE Emery, 
Charles. 

RED River. DU20093, SEE Lux Radio 
Theatre, Mar. 7, 1949, 

RED spy. DU19628. SEE Hurley, Gene, 

THE RED velvet goat. SEE Selden, Samuel. 
International folk plays. DP20078. 

REED, Paul, pseud, SEE Lichtenfels, 
Paul Jacob, 

REED, WILLIAM PINCKNEY. 
The Pony Reed show, a radio -television 
broadcast show. © William Pinckney 
Reed; Ic 3Feb49; C3313. 

REEDY, Joseph, pseud. SEE Neebe, 
Joseph H. 

REEID, Nathaniel Edward. 
Eastward in Eden. DP20154. SEE Durfee, 
Dorothy Gardner, 

REES, ALBERT WINFIELD. 
Economic relationships. Lecture no. 2. 
© Albert Winfield Rees; Ic 22jun49; 
C3786. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



REESER. EDWIN ISHERWOOD. 
Barney s bank, a drama in three acts. 
& Edwin Isherwood Reeser; Ic 22jun49; 
DU20478. 

DER REFREIUNGSMINISTER. SEE Unruh, 
Fritz von. Occupation zone. DU18555. 



REFUGEES from Russia. 
Pope, Myrtle Pihlman. 



DU19825. SEE 



DER REGENBOGEN. DU18052. SEE 
Gressieker, Hermann. 

REGENCY Productions, inc. SEE 
Dear Emily Post (Television program) 
New Day for America (Television program) 

RfiGNIER, MAX. 
Les heritiers Bouchard; piece de theatre 
en deux actes. © Max Regnier; Ic 
25Mar49; DU19407. 

REHABILITATION training methods for 
developing dexterity in the least used hand. 
C3540. SEE Smith, Nelly Pussie. 



REHEARSAL. DU18413. 
Sydney Isaac. 



SEE Berland, 



A REHEARSAL and what happened to it. 
SEE Evans, Marion Annette. Happy birthday 
to you. DU19878. 

REHEARSAL for romance. C3337. SEE 
McQuillin, Edna Josephine. 

REICH, DORfi. 

Common denominator, a play in two acts. 
© Dore Reich; Ic 14Feb49; DU18565. 

REID, CAROL LOUISE. 
A Rose and gardenia slips, a play in two 
acts. © Carol Louise Reid; Ic 6Jun49; 
DU20253. 

REID, ROBERT JOST. 
Ladies, it's for you; a radio script, Jan. 23, 
1949. © Robert Jost Reid; Ic lFeb49; 
DU18381. 



REID, T. 
It's fun to be neat. 
Sylvia, 



DP19301. SEE Winant, 



REIDY, JACK EDWARD. 
The lady across the hall, an original play 
in eleven scenes. © Jack Reicty; Ic 
3Jun49; DU20244, 

REINBURG, ANNABELLE MOORE. 
The Sultan's dilemma. (^Film script] 
© Annabelle Moore Reinburg; Ic 10jan49; 
DU20085. 

REINGOLD, HAROLD I. 

Sports jackpot. [Sample radio script] 
© Harold I. Reingold; Ic 29Apr49; 
DU19805. 

REINHERZ, LEONA GOSMAN. 
Little white way, a romantic musical comedy 
in two acts by Lee Bertram [pseud.] and 
Myra Chipman. [Text only] © Nettie Myra 
Chipman (Mrs. Sands C. Chipman), Leona 
Gosman Reinherz. Ic 13May49; on revisions; 
DU19964. Prev. reg. "Captain Plume 
presents," 9Mar48, DU13686- "Broadway 
opening,'' 5Mar45, D92621; 27Mar46, D2264. 

REISS, Kurt. 
Als der Krieg zu Ende war. DU20540. 

SEE Frisch, Max. 
Romulus der Grosse. DU20539. SEE 

Durrenmatt, Friedrich. 
SEE ALSO Theaterverlag Relss A.G. 

THE RELATIONSHIP between physiology and 
physics. C3660. SEE Rood, Royal Daven- 
port. 

RELAX— and enjoy it! C3463. SEE Stedman, 
Sidney R. 

RELAXERCISING: FIGURE MAGIC, 1949 
(Television program) Scripts in this series 
are by Claire Mann. © Claire Mann. 



2. © Ic llFeb49; DU18936. 

3. © Ic 25Feb49; DU18937. 

RELEASE from beyond. DU19338, SEE 
Raddi, Primo. 

RELIEF train. DU19998. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2471-1696. 

THE RELUCTANT werewolf of the 
I.B.C.S.H.W.W. DU19225. SEE Jorgen- 
sen, Henry Irvin. 

REMEMBER. C3564. SEE Buddemeier, 
Harry William. 

THE REMITTANCE man. DU19370. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 634. 

RE-NAMED town, DU20028. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2545-1770. 

RENAUD et Armide. SEE Cocteau, Jean. 
Theatre, t. 2. DP19819, 

RENAVENT, GEORGE, 
As the strings of a lute, a play in three 
acts, by George Renavent and Selena 
Royle. © George Renavent, Selena 
Kirtley Royle; Ic 16Mar49; DU19146, 

RENEE reneges, DU19024, SEE The 
Sheriff (Radio program) No, 232, 

RENOIR, Jean, 
La grande illusion, AF10279. SEE 
Spaak, Charles, 

RENTHAL, Sidney, 
But the face is familiar, DU18549, SEE 

First Nighter, Dec. 30, 1948. 
The invisible eye. DU19517. SEE 

First Nighter, Mar. 3, 1949. 
Quoth the raven. DU19435. SEE First 

Nighter, Jan. 27, 1949. 

REPENT at leisure. DP18574. SEE 
Vooght, Cherry. 

REPPLE-Depple. DU19312. SEE Hirsch, 
Samuel. 

REPRISAL! SEE Burton, Gertrude Marian. 
Betrayal! DU19866, 

A REPUTATION, DU19627, SEE The 
Actor's Studio, no. 28, 

RESPONSIBLE Enterprise Association. 
The relationship between physiology and 
physics. C3660. SEE Rood, Royal 
Davenport. 

THE RESURRECTION. DU19783. SEE 
The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 107. 

RETURN of the prodigal. DU20243. SEE 
Nicholson, Roy Lennard. 

THE RETURN to Fableland, DU20290. SEE 
Teasley, Gerri Farrar. 

REUNION. DU18301, DU18924. SEE 
Pudney, John. 

REVOLUTION. DU20444. SEE Vajda, 
Ernest. 

REWARD. DP19756. SEE Golnick, Leon S. 

REYAM, J. Manuel, pseud. SEE Mayer, 
J. Manuel. 

REYNOLDS, EARLE LANDRY. 
Bite the dust, a play in three acts, © Earle 
Landry Reynolds; Ic 28Feb49; on revi- 
sions; DU18948, Prev, reg, 19May47; 
D unp 9302, 

RHUMBA instruction course, C3409, SEE 
De Thomas, Ernest. 

RHYMES of good health. DU19473. SEE 
Billie the Brownie, no. 23. 

RIANO, Jack, pseud. SEE Bourke, John 
James. 

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RICE, John W. 
James Hickman vs. the people. DU19104. 
SEE Hexter, Louis J. 

RICHARD III. DU18042. SEE Shakespeare, 
William. 

RICHARDS, Howard Lester. 
Mexican heydaze. DU20395. SEE 
Bedortha, Jim. 

RICHARDS, LEX. 
Alexander, a comedy in three acts. © Lex 

Richards; Ic 22Mar49; DU19234. 
Halo. DU19232. SEE Gaither, Gant. 
Where there's a will, a comedy in one act. 
© Lex Richards; Ic 22Mar49; DU19233. 

RICHARDS, Stanley. 
O distant land. SEE Mayorga, Margaret. 
The best one-act plays of 1948-1949. 
AA117053. 

RICHARDS, WALTER AULDON. 
Earthborn, a radio novel by Walter Hank 
Richards. 30 leaves. © Walter Auldon 
Richards, Jr.; Ic 21Feb49; DU18867. 
The Haleyville hornet, a radio drama by 
Walter Hank Richards and Fred Howard 
[pseud, of Fred Howard Wright] © Walter 

Hank" Richards, Fred Howard; Ic 
13Jun49; DU20372. 

RICHARDSON, ALIDA L. 
The foeman, a drama in one act. [Acting 
ed.] London, Vawser & Wiles [1949]. 
36 p. illus. © Alida L. Richardson; 
lFeb49; DP20258. 

RICHARDSON, HAL AINSLIE. 
Next of kin, a play in three acts. © Hal A. 
Richardson; Ic 12Apr49; DU19777. 

RICHARDSON, ISLA PASCHAL. 
The message [an Easter play in one act] 
Portland, Me., Falmouth Pub. House 
[1949]. 23 p. © Isla Paschal Richardson; 
12Apr49; A32891. 

RICHARDSON, PATRICIA ANN. 
Out on a Limbo, a musical comedy in 
three acts. [Text only] © Patricia Ann 
Richardson; Ic 6May49; DU19918. 

RICHELIEU, SEE Bernard, Jean Jacques, 
Marie Stuart, reine d'ficosse, DP19398, 

RICHMOND, SAMUEL S. 
Career plays for young people; nonroyalty 
vocational guidance plays, Boston, Plays, 
inc, [1949], 342 p. Appeared originally 
in the monthly issues of Plays, the drama 
magazine for young people, © Samuel S, 
Richmond; 17Feb49; A30260, 

RICKERT, Corinne, 
Huckleberry Finn. DP19063. SEE 
Whiting, Frank M. 



RICOS, MILDRED. 
Obligations, a one-act comedy. 
Ricos; Ic 2Dec48; DU17814. 



© Mildred 



RIDDLE ME THIS (Television program) 
Scripts in this series are written by Perry 
Lafferty and Leon Rogow. © World Video, 
inc. 

Dec. 26, 1948. © Ic 27Dec48; DU18175. 
Jan. 2, 1949. © Ic 7Jan49; DU17906. 
Jan. 9, 1949. © Ic 19Jan49; DU18169. 
Jan. 16, 1949. © Ic 19Jan49; DU18170. 
Jan. 23, 1949. © Ic 24Jan49; DU18117. 
Jan. 30, 1949. © Ic 9Feb49; DU18460. 
Feb. 6, 1949. © Ic 10Feb49; DU18455. 

RIFKIN, WALLACE ESY. 
Take the day off! [Sample radio script] 
© Wallace Rifkin; Ic 25jan49; DU18620. 

RIFLES underground, DU19029. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2515-1740. 

RIGGS, LYNN. 
Out of dust, a play in two acts. © Lynn 
Riggs; Ic 19Apr49; DU19609. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



* 



RIGHT is never wrong. C3235, SEE 
Fritz, John. 

RIGHT place, right time. C3726, DP20465. 
SEE Low low, JackG. 

RING, no. 1. DU18601. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2497-1722. 

RING o' bells. DP18828. SEE Wilkinson, 
Hilda. 

THE RING of Mahlalaylee. DU19895. SEE 
The Shadow, no. 366. 

RING up the sale. C3216. SEE Maynard, 
Harold Bright. Master salesmanship. 

RISEMAN (George) and Company, 
The lucky shopper program. C3360. 
SEE Riseman, George Jacob Matthew. 

RISEMAN, GEORGE JACOB MATTHEW. 
The luclqf shopper program, by George 
Jacob Matthew Riseman and Yale Lasker. 
Radio continuity, broadcast Dec. 6, 1948. 
© George Riseman & Co.; Ic 23Dec48: 
C3360. 

RITTER, IRENE. 
The lover's dilemma, a comedy in three 

acts by Caroline Stock [pseud. 1 Text in 

German. © Irene Ritter; Ic 22Apr49; 

DU19758. 
The temptation, a comedy in four acts by 

Caroline Stock [pseud.] © Irene Ritter; 

Ic 14Mar49; DU19223. 
The uncle from Rio, a comedy in three 

acts, by Caroline Stock [pseud.] © Irene 

Ritter; Ic 16Mar49; DU19148. 

RIVER fire. DU19623. SEE Valente, 
Richard Emmanuel. 

RIVER pirates. DU19054. SEE Challenge 
of the Yukon, no. 619. 

THE RIVER rats. DU19941. SEE Dr. 
Christian, no. 545. 

RIVER Row. DU19913. SEE Page, 
Sarah Francis. 

RIVERA, ART. 
In this corner. [Sample radio script] 
© Art Rivera; Ic lMar49; DU18944. 

RIZZI, Augusto Maria. 
Zinka, the queen of Crystal Spring, 
DU18669. SEE Leone, Edmund, 

ROAD show. DU19190. SEE Bortner, 
Norman Stanley. 

ROAD to ruin. DU18331. SEE The Green 
Hornet, no. 905. 

THE ROARING girl. DU19145, SEE 
Bacon, Wallace Alger. 

ROBBINS, J. J. 
The stranger of the Kremlin. DU19013. 
SEE Dymow, Ossip. 

ROBERT E. Clarke and Associates, inc. 
SEE Clark (Robert E.) and Associates, 
inc. 

ROBERTS, GORDON. 

Spot the buck, a one-act play, by Gordon 
Roberts, Harry Rosti, and Herman Fried- 
man. © Herman Friedman, Gordon 
Roberts. Harry Rosti; Ic 31May49; 
DU20202. 

ROBERTSON, Corrinne Faith. 
The General Electric Boston tea party. 
C3263. SEE Ford, Frederick M. 

ROBERTSON, JACK A. 
The wanderer- script for a photo play and 
television. © Jack A. Robertson; Ic 
22Apr49; DU19698, 



ROBINS, EDWARD H. 
Those who will not see, a drama in three 
acts by Edward H. Robins and Reina 
Bond Robins. © Edward H. Robins, 
Reina Bond Robins; Ic 22Jan49; on revi- 
sions; DU18174. Prev. reg. 3Mav48- 
D14301. 

ROBINS, Reina Bond. 
Those who will not see. DU18174. SEE 
Robins, Edward H. 

ROBINSON, DAVID. 
Square pegs, round holes; a play in eight 
scenes. © David Robinson; Ic 17May49- 
DU20050, 

ROBINSON, Jack. SEE The Great Gilder - 
sleeve (Radio program) 

ROBINSON, LOUIS. 
On gossamer wings, a new comedy in two 
acts. © Louis Robinson; Ic 2Mar49; 
DU18813. 

ROBINSON, MARVIN WILLIAM. 
Off with their heads! A dance drama in 
two acts, © Marvin W. Robinson; Ic 
8Apr49; DU19460. 

ROBINSON; comedie. DP18020. SEE 
Supervielle, Jules. 

ROBISON, JOHN AGNEW. 
Views of our country, a lecture. © John 
Agnew Robison; Ic 7Feb49; C3328. 

ROBOZ, ALADAR. 
Black-outs, a series of sketches. 7 leaves. 
© Roboz International Productions, inc.; 
Ic 14Jan49; DU18045. 

ROBOZ, Thomas. 
The executioner's assistant. DU19512. 

SEE Farago, Alexander. 
The traveling salesman. DU19114. SEE 

Farago, Alexander. 

ROBOZ International Productions, inc. 
Adventure. DU19982. SEE Maray, Sandor. 
Black-outs. DU18045. SEE Roboz, Aladar, 
The crazy Mrs. Asvay. DU20264. SEE 

Harsanyi, Zsolt. 
The executioner's assistant. DU19512. 

SEE Farago, Alexander. 
The traveling salesman. DU19114. SEE 

Farago, Alexander. 

ROBSON, CeciL 
Ardele; or. La Marguerite. DU19198. 
SEE Anouilh, Jean. 

ROCKEY, ORDEAN, 
Our last tomorrow, a play in three acts. 
© Ordean Rockey; Ic 10May49; on revi- 
sions; DU20166. Prev. reg. 2Mar47; 
D7848. 

ROD of iron. SEE Greenwood, Walter. 
The cure for love. DP19176. 

RODDS, Violet. 
Slender anchorage. DU17812. SEE 
Hilliard, Frank. 

RODE, EDITH (NE BE LONG) 
Idyllen, vaudeville uden sang. 1 akt. 
Kjft)enhavn, Gyldendal, 1947. 58 p. 
© Gyldendalske Boghandel Nordisk 
Forlag A/S; 16Apr47; DP18915. 

THE RODEHEAVER Company. 
The breaking of the bread. DPI 8834. 

SEE Yale, Elsie Duncan. 
The Easter spirit. DP18833. SEE 

McCarty, Rega Kramer. 
They also served, DP18835. SEE Yale, 

Elsie Duncan. 
The unexpected guest. DP 18832. SEE 

McCarty, Rega Kramer. 

RODGERS, RICHARD. 
South Pacific, a musical play in two acts 
by Richard Rocfeers and Oscar Hammer - 
stein. Music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics 
by Oscar Hammerstein. [Text only] 

74 



© Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammer- 
stein 2d; Ic 2May49; DU19879. 

RODMAN, Howard. SEE 
The Actor's Studio (Television program) 

ROBBELING, HARALD. 
Fregola, Drehbuch von Harald Robbeling 
nach einer Idee von Karl Farkas. 
© Styria-Filmgesellschaft M.B.H.; Ic 
3Jan49; DU17825. 

ROEBURT, JOHN. 
International airport, a radio program. 
Script no. 1, Apr. 27, 1949: Flight from 
yesterday. © Himan Brown; Ic 27Apr49; 
DU19775. ' 

ROEDER, RALPH LECLERCQ. 
The lonely and the free, a play in three 
acts. Based on "The Aspern papers" by 
Henry James. © Ralph Roeder; Ic 
25Apr49; DU19782, 

R0DT lys. SEE Nilsen, Ernst. Befrielse. 
DP18860. 

ROFHEART, Jessie. 
Aunt Jessie's lucky letter story party. 
DU20054. SEE Gad, Tom. 

ROGOW, Lee. 
Celebrity time. DU19462. SEE Lafferty, 

Perry. 
Riddle me this. SEE Riddle Me This 
(Television program) 

ROGUE 'S progress. DU18594. SEE Chal- 
lenge of the Yukon, no. 610. 

ROLAND, GEORGE. 
The stone wall, a drama In three acts. 
© George Roland; Ic 2Jun49; DU20221. 

ROLFS, HANS WILHELM. 
One did not pass, a one-act play. © Hans 
W. Rolfs; Ic 29Jun49; DU20577. 

ROLNICK, JACOB. 
Desire at the crossroads; or. To fetch a 
pail of water. A play in eight scenes. 
© Jacob Rolnick; Ic 2Feb49; DU18382. 

ROMAN, LAWRENCE. 
The big toe, a play in two acts. © Lawrence 

Roman; Ic llMar49; DU19106. 
Champion, the world's wonder horse. SEE 

Champion, the World's Wonder Horse 

(Radio program) 

romAn-orozco, jos£. 

Thy jieighbor's wife (La mujer de tu^ 
projimo) A play in one act. © Jose Roman- 
Orozco; Ic 15Feb49; DU18921. 

ROMAN holiday. SEE 
Orland, Lucille Selkin. DU20191. 
Xantho, Peter. DU20385. 

ROMANCE is wonderful. DU20095. SEE 
Cloward, Ann Gillespie. 

THE ROMANCE of words. C3793. SEE 
Myers, Rowland Mason. 

ROMER, France, pseud, SEE Gordon, 
Frances Romer, 

ROMERO, Ramon, 
Heir to the flesh. DU19181. SEE Hinsdale, 
Harriet. 

ROMULUS der Grosse. DU20539. SEE 
Diirrenmatt, Friedrich. 

RONDELET. DU20483. SEE Morgan, 
Byron Albert. 

RONELL, Ann. 
Oh! Susanna. DP17967. SEE Ryerson, 
Florence. 

ROOD, ROYAL DAVENPORT, 
The relationship between physiology and 
physics, an address. © Responsible 
Enterprise Association; Ic 27Apr49; 
C3660. 



\ 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



THE ROOF fell in. DP20084. SEE 
Braun, Wilbur. 

ROOM at the inn. DU20118. SEE Gross, 
Seymour Abbott. 

ROONEY-Stiefel, inc. 
Quicksand. DP19095. SEE Smith, Robert. 

ROOTS in the soil. DU20237. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

THE ROPE. DU18923. SEE Meyers, Harold. 

ROSALIE. DU18694. SEE Sonderegger, 
Arnold Arthur. 

ROSALINE, niece to Capulet. DU18414. 
SEE Koehring, Vera L. 



ROSARY College. 
The little match girl. DP20138. 
Gheon, Henri. 



SEE 



ROSATO, MARCO CARMINE. 
Adelina, la figlia dell'albergatrice; oppure. 
La disillusa. Dramma in quattro atti ed 
un epilogo. [Text only] © Marco Carmine 
Rosato; Ic 25Feb49; DU18794. 

ROSCOE, Rosamund G. 
Big ai^er, an American legend. DU18120. 
SEE Roscoe, Theodore. 

ROSCOE, THEODORE. 
Big auger, an American legend. A comedy 
in three acts. © Theodore Roscoe, 
Rosamond G. Roscoe; Ic 24Jan49; DU18120. 

ROSCOE, the raccoon. DU20047. SEE 
Cartoon Teletales, Apr. 3, 1949. 

ROSE, ALLEN. 
Draw your own conclusions; television 
program. Format. © Allen Rose; Ic 
15jun49; C3771. 

ROSE, IRWIN. 

Attention: Dr. Horney (author of "Self- 
analysis") A playlet. © Irwin. Rose; Ic 
14Dec48; DU18569. 

Estranged, a playlet. © Irwin Rose; Ic 
14Dec48; DU18570. 

That's the spiritl A play in two acts by 
Irwin Rose and Herbert Martin. © Irwin 
Rose; Ic 20Jun49; DU20454. 

The way home. DU18903. SEE Jung, 
Franz. 



ROSE, L. Arthur. 
Lady from Edinburgh. DP19177. 
Stuart, Aimee (McHardy) 



SEE 



ROSE, LE ROMA. 

Gone about girls, a comedy in one act. 
Cedar Rapids, la.. Art Craft Play Co., 
C1949. 28 p. illus. (An Art Craft play) 
© J. Vincent Heuer; 6May49; DP19956. 

In the shadows, a drama in one act. 
Cedar Rapids, la.. Art Craft Play Co., 
cl949. 21 p. illus. (An Art Craft play) 
© J. Vincent Heuer; 6May49; DP19943. 

Uninvited ghost, a mystery in one act. 
Cedar Rapids, la., Heuer Pub. Co., 
cl949. 31 p. illus. © Edward I. Heuer; 
6May49; DP19946. 

THE ROSE. DU17950. SEE Mahl, William. 

A ROSE and gardenia slips. DU20253. SEE 
Reid, Carol Louise. 

THE ROSE in the cloister. DP18101. SEE 
Luce, Margaret. 

THE ROSE of California. DU18712. SEE 
Van Houtte, Albert Leon. 



ROSEN, Paul. 
La traviata. 
Giuseppe. 



DU20163. SEE Verdi, 



ROSENBAUM, MAXWELL RICHARD. 
The showcase; or. The daily special. A 
television series. [Sample script] 
© Maxwell Richard Rosenbaum; Ic 
4Apr49; DU19380. 



ROSENBERG, Ralph. SEE Boston 
Blackie (Radio program) 

ROSENCRANS, Leo S. 

The cheese family album. DU17952. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

The facts about price. DU18697. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

Freedom has grass roots. DU19840. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

Specifically yours. C3274. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

The truck that tips its cab to service. 
DU18991. SEE Wilding Picture Produc- 
tions, inc. 

ROSENGREN, FRANK DUANE. 
Heaven knows, a musical comedy in three 
acts. Book by Frank Duane [pseud.] 
music and lyrics by William C. Wiederhold. 
[Text and music on separate leaves] 
© William C. Wiederhold; Ic 2Jun49; 
DU2 24^. 

ROSENTHAL, Sylvia. 
Mister E, super-sleuth. DU18733. SEE 

Landeck, Beatrice. 
Pooki and Hank. DU20324. SEE Landeck, 
Beatrice. 

ROSS, ARTHUR M. 
Pop Gardner's Garden Shop, by Art Ross, 
with material by Murray Franklin. 
Audition script no. 1 for a radio recording. 
© Ralph Powers Productions; Ic lljan49; 
C3260. 

ROSS, HARLAN. 
The bridal theatre of the air. [Television 
series of plays] No. 1, The courtship 
and marriage ol George Washington. 
Dramatization by Harlan Ross, from 
research done by David R. King. © Harlan 
Ross aka Herman Ross, David R. King aka 
David King Rothstein; Ic 28Apr49; DU19793. 

ROSS, Herman. SEE Ross, Harlan. 

ROSS, Joyce, pseud. SEE Glassman, Joyce 
Alice. 

ROSS, LAURETTE LACEY. 
Practical home decoration, a series of eight 
weekly discussions, © Laurette Lacey 
Ross. 

1. Basic rules for furniture arrangement, 
© Ic 13Apr49; C3572. 

2. Adaptation of color principles in the 
home. © Ic 26Apr49; C3629. 

ROSSI, HEDDY ELIZABETH. 
Bury the quick, a mystery -fantasy in three 
acts. © Heddy Elizabeth Rossi; Ic 
lDec48; DU18033. 

ROSTI, Harry. 
Spot the buck. DU20202. SEE Roberts, 
Gordon. 

ROTARY tillage talk by M.E. C3311, C3528, 
C3751, SEE Ludwig, Harvey Fred. 

DER ROTE Komodie, DU18445. SEE 
Kremser, Rudolf. 

ROTHE, FRANK. 
Other Torontos, a play in four acts, 
© Frank Rothe; Ic 6jun49; DU20254. 

ROTHSCHILD, John Edward. 
Get out to live. DU19411. SEE Karp, 

Abraham Norman. 
Turn the tables. DU19016. SEE Karp, 
Abraham Norman. 

ROTHSTEIN, David King. SEE King, 
David R. 

ROUGAS, MICHAEL JOHN. 
Home, suite, home; a one act comedy 
farce. © Michael J. Rougas; Ic 25Mar49; 
DU19241. 

ROUGH cradle. DU19144. SEE Gow, 
James. 



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ROUSSEAU. C3465. SEE Harmon, John S. 

ROUSSIN, ANDRfi. 
Joyeux chagrins. DP19399. SEE Coward, 

Noel Pierce. 
La petite hutte; comedie en trois actes. 
Monaco, fiditions du Rocher [1948]. 
128 p. © Editions du Rocher; 30Dec48; 
DP18512. 

A ROUTE manager works with the route 
salesmen. C3270. SEE Pathescope 
Productions. 

A ROUTE manager works with the routes, 
C3271. SEE Pathescope Productions, 

ROUX, SERGE. 
Emergency door, a musical sketch. [Text 
only] © Serge Roux; Ic 24Feb49; 
DU19446. 

ROW, Peterson, and Company. 

Hoppsville holiday. DP19874. SEE 
Hale, Nathan. 

No moon tonight. DP18531. SEE Mac- 
Donald, Ralph. 

ROWE, MARGARET JAQUES. 
It could happen again, a one-act play. 
© Margaret Jaques Rowe; Ic llAor49; 
DU19513. 

ROWE (RALPH J.) PRODUCTIONS. 
Bids from the kids; sample script no. 2. 
© Ralph J. Rowe Productions; Ic 
27Apr49; DU19905. 



ROYLE, Selena Kirtley. 
As the strings of a lute, 
Renavent, George. 



DU19146. SEE 



RUBEN, Albert. 
The golden city. DU19957. SEE Ruben, 
Alex. 

RUBEN, ALEX. 
The golden city, a musical comedy in two 
acts. Lyrics and book by Alex Ruben, 
Ray Ruben, and Albert Ruben. [Text 
only] © Alex Ruben; Ic 13May49; 
DU19957. 



RUBEN, Ray. 
The golden city. 
Alex. 



DU19957. SEE Ruben, 



RUBLEY, FRANCES BECHLER. 
The winged symphony, an operetta. [Text 
only] © Frances Bechler Rubley; Ic 
6jun49; DU20303. 

RUDO, ROSLIND MANDEL, 
Out in the snow you go, a play in two acts 
by Rusty M. Rudo, © Rosline Mandel 
Rudo; Ic 25Mar49; DU19494, 

RUDO, Rusty M. SEE Rudo, Roslind 
Mandel. 

RULE, Gene. SEE Rule, Georgia Eugene. 

RULE, GEORGIA EUGENE. 
Honeysuckle homicide, a play in three acts 
by Gene Rule and Victor Burgess [pseud, 
of Victor Salmone] © Georgia Eugene 
Rule, Victor Burgess; Ic 23Mar49; 
DU19216. 

RULON, SAMUEL ARCHER. 
Disputed barricade, a play in three acts. 
© Samuel A. Rulon 3rd; Ic 30Mar49; 
DU19314. 

THE RUNAWAY sheep. DU20344. SEE 
Abrashkin, Raymond. 

RUNN, Donald, pseud. SEE Follari, 
Salvatore. 

RUNYON of Broadway. DU18514. SEE 
Cohn, Art. 

RUPP. C3418. SEE The American Way, 
no. C84. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



RURIC, PETER. 
Count Bruga, a morality play in three 
acts. Based on a novel by Ben Hecht. 
© Peter Ruric; Ic 27Apr49; DU19797. 

RUSSELL, EARL LOUIS. 

Big as life, a comedy in three acts. 
Cedar Rapids, la., Heuer Pub, Co., 
C1949. 94 p. illus. ©Edward I. 
Heuer; 4May49; DP19933. 

Little Miss Fixit, a farce-comedy in three 
acts. New York, S. French, cl949. 
90 p. illus. © Samuel French; 16Mar49; 
DP19247. 

Taming the brat, a comedy in three acts. 
Cedar Rapids, la., Art Craft Play Co., 
C1949. 106 p. illus. (An Art Craft play) 
© J. Vincent Heuer; 5May49; DP19944. 



RUSSELL, Frar.K J. 
Buffy the bullfrog. 
Sidney. 



DU19444. SEE Jordan, 



RUSSELL, VIOLET. 
The magic shop. DU19906. SEE Johnson, 
Edward T. 

RUSSOTA, MARVIN VICTOR. 
Hospital Street, a radio play; adapted 
from an unpublished novel by Leonora 
Morrison Chirlian. © Marvin Victor 
Russota; Ic 16Mar49; DU19147, 

RUSTLERS of Redstone. DU20032. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2549-1774, 

RUTHRAUFF & Ryan, inc. 
Behind the front page. DU17879. SEE 
Gidding, Nelson. 

RYAN, Lewis Edwin. 
Tillie and Dink in Square Land. DU20217. 
SEE Manchester, James Gordon. 

RYAN, QUIN AUGUSTUS. 
Tele-story. Script prepared for television 
delivery. Mar. 1, 1949, © Quin Augustus 
Ryan; Ic 4Mar49; C3483, 

RYAN, SUE. 

Mystery guest. DU18713. SEE Smith, 
Paul Gerard. 

Star dressing room, a comedy type of 
television program with home-audience 
participation, by Sue Ryan and Paul 
Gerard Smith. [Sample script! © Sue 
Ryan, Paul Gerard Smith; Ic 4Mar49; 
DU18869. 

RYERSON, FLORENCE. 
Oh! Susanna. A comedy with music in two 
acts, by Florence Ryerson ana Colin 
Clements; musical score and lyrics by 
Ann Ronell, based on the songs of Stephen 
Foster. New York, S. French [1948]. 
128 p. illus. Text only. © Florence 
Ryerson Clements; Ann Ronell; 18Nov48; 
on lyrics and new revision for production; 
DP17967. 



THE SABBATH of the talons. DU18062. 
SEE The Shadow, no. 358. 



SACHS, Wulf. 
Black Hamlet. DU19912. 
John. 



SEE Bright, 



SAETA, MINERVA. 
It can happen to you too! Lyrics from an 
imaginary musical play called "Hit the 
road." 2 leaves. © Minerva Saeta; Ic 
15Mar49; DU19178. 



ST. CLAIR, Margaret. 
The perfectionist. DU18581. 
Smith, Conrad Sutton. 



SEE 



ST. CLAIR, Shirley, pseud. SEE Wheeler, 
Doris Kathleen. 

ST. JAMES Juniors. 
Atchkut Loois. DU18688. SEE Chobanian, 
Yervant. 



SAINT MARY -OF -THE -WOODS COLLEGE. 
[One-act plays for all girl casts] Believe- 
receive, by Sister Mary Agnese. The 
spinners, by Sister Mary Olive. © Saint 
Mary-of-the-Woods College; ljan49; 
DP17989. 

SAINT Peter and me too. DU18451. SEE 
Clements, Jay Wellington. 

SAINT Peter's umbrella. DU18659. SEE 
Bela, Nicholas Francis. 

SAKI. SEE Munro, Hector Hugh, 

SAKRY, CLIFFORD RAYMOND. 
Minnesota, a musical play [in three acts]. 
Book, lyrics, and melodies by Cliff Sakry; 
harmony and orchestration by Harvey 
Waugh, [St, Cloud, Minn,, Times Pub. 
Co., 1949]. 114 p. Music for seven songs 
separate. © Cliff Sakry; 15Mar49; 
DP19189, 

SAKS, JAMES H. 
What a state to be in, by Jimsaks [pseud.] 
[Poem] © James H. Saks; Ic 22jan49; 

SALES, William W. 
Preventive maintenance of construction 
equipment. C3470. SEE Kiewit (Peter) 
Sons' Company, 

SALES talk and sales clinchers. C3399, 
SEE Le Rose Hosiery Company. 

SALES Training Institute. SEE Kamrath, 
C. Lloyd. 

THE SALESMAN in the parlor. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. The 
international model plane contest. C3558. 

THE SALESMASTER series. C3719. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

SALLY in our alley. DP19377. SEE 
George, Charles, 

SALMONE, Victor. 
Honeysuckle homicide. DU19216, SEE 
Rule, Georgia Eugene, 

SALOMONSEN, JACOB. 
Grammos mountains, a play in three 
acts, © Jacob Salomonsen; Ic 13Apr49; 
DU19548. 

SALRIN, JOE, 
Time, a dramatic reading. © Wetmore 
Declamation Bureau; lSep48; DP18372, 

THE SALT of the earth. DU19070. SEE 
The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 101. 

SAM Ego's house. DP20081. SEE Saroyan, 
William. 

THE SAME slow. DP20437. SEE Crovetto, 
Elena Gallo. 

SAMMON, Patrick F. SEE The Adventures 
of Homer Herk (Television program) 

SAMMY hits the jackpot. DU20531. SEE 
Dr. Christian, no. 554. 

THE SAMSON slasher. DU17873. SEE 
Abel, Robert. 

SAMUEL Karen, Esquire. DU19465. SEE 
Sutton, John Roger. 

SAND, George, pseud, of Mme Dudevant. 
The Marquise. DU19004. SEE Your 
Show Time (Television program) 

SAND in her shoes. DU19157. SEE Theil, 
Leon S, 

SANDBY, ALFHILD FINCH (MYHR) 
A visit to H, C. Andersen, a film manu- 
script by Alfhild Herman Sandby, © Alfhild 
Herman Sandby; Ic 21Mar49; on revisions; 
DU19655. Prev. reg, "With H. C. Andersen 
in the land of memory," 25Mar48, DU13697. 

76 



SANDBY, Alfhild Herman. SEE Sandby, 
Alfhild Finch (Myhr) 

3ANDRIDGE, JUSTIN BOYKIN. 
A modern revelation, a lecture. © Justin 
Boykin Sandridge; Ic 28Mar49; C3639. 

SANDY. DU20447. SEE Scott, Robert 
Sanford. 

SANSOM, CLIVE HENRY. 
The world turned upside down, a modern 
morality play, London, F. MuUer [1948]. 
62 p. © Clive Henry Sansom; 3Dec48; 
DP18542, 

SANTA and the Fairy Snow Queen. DU17889, 
SEE Porter, Robert NieL 

SANTA Claus comes to America, C3381. 
SEE The Voice of Christmas, no, 6, 

SANTA says hello. C3715, SEE Gross, 
Harold F, 



IL SANTO. 
Celestino. 



DU19885, SEE Pulcini, 



SARKAR, Marie D. 
Home again. DU18079. 
Michel M. 



SEE Mabeau, 



SAROYAN, WILLIAM. 
A decent birth, a happy funeral; a play in 

three acts and six scenes. New York, 

S. French [1949], 69 p, © William 

Saroyan; 15Apr49; DP20077. 
Don't go away mad, a play in three acts. 

New York, S. French [1949]. 99 p. 

© William Saroyan; l5Apr49; DP20076. 
Hello out there, a one-act play. [Acting ed.] 

New York, S. French [1949]. 28 p. 

© William Saroyan; 15Apr49; DP20080. 

Prev, reg. 12Dec41, D unp. 78634. 
Jim Pemberton and his boy Trigger. 

DU18402, DU18447. SEE The Actor's 

Studio, no. 20. 
Sam Ego's house, a play in three acts and 

seven scenes. New York, S. French [1949]. 

71 p, © William Saroyan; 15Apr49; 

DP20081, 

SASSANO, Anthony A. 

Bright prospects. C3412. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

Pip, my job, and me. DU18077. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

Sunbeam Shavemaster television shorts. 
DU201O2. SEE Wilding Picture Produc- 
tions, inc. 

Trade-in tactics, DU19842. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

SATCHEL Paige. C3510. SEE The American 
Way, no. C97. 

SATINSKY, Joseph. 
Works by Joseph Satinsky in collaboration 
with Victor Paul Satinsky are entered in 
this catalog under Purcell, Paul, pseud, 

SATINSKY, Victor Paul. 
Works by Victor Paul Satinsky in collabora- 
tion with Joseph Satinsky are entered in 
this catalog under Purcell, Paul, pseud. 

SATURDAY night at the Half Way House. 
DP20111. SEE Johnson, William Branch. 

SAUL, Oscar, SEE Your Show Time 
(Television program) 

SAUNDERS, Hetty Kaufmann, 
The same slow. DP20437. SEE Crovetto, 
Elena Gallo. 

SAVAGE, LESLEY. 
Get in a pet, an audition script for a 
fifteen minute television show. © Lesley 
Savage; Ic 21Mar49; DU19182. 

SAVAGE Jackson. DU20401, SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2555-1780, 

SAVANNAH, DU18947, SEE Sellers, Robert 
Sidney, 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



SAVIOR from Agnew Alley. DU20061. 
SEE Hurd, Reginald Garfield. 

THE SAWDUST adventure. DU20278. 
SEE The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 134. 

SAY it with song. DU20215. SEE Olsen, 
Otto Norman. 

SCARLET Mask Club. 
Howdy stranger I DU20260. SEE Flautz, 
John T. 

SCATTER my words. DU17866. SEE 
Hirsch, Samuel. 

SCHECHTER, HARRY. 
The voice, a comedy in two acts by Harry 
Schechter and Moishe Oysher. A revision 
of "Fun Belds bis HoUiwood" by Harry 
Schechter. [Text in Yiddish] © Harry 
Schechter, Moishe Oysher; Ic 29Nov48; 
DU18055. 

SCHELLING, FELIX EMMANUEL, ed. 
Typical Elizabethan plays, by contempo- 
raries and immediate successors of 
Shakespeare. 3d ed., rev. and enl., by 
Felix E. Schelling and Matthew W. Blaclc 
New York, Harper [1949] 1065 p. illus. 
With reproductions of original title pages. 
"Bibliographical note": p. 1051-1054. 
© Harper & Bros.; 5Jan49; on introductions 
& appendix; A28876. 

SCHENKKAN, ROBERT FREDERIC. 

Black Piet. SEE Selden, SamueL Inter- 
national folk plays. DP20078, 

Wherein is treasured and renewed. [Radio 
script] By Robert F. Schenkkan, music 
by Wilton Mason. [Text and music on 
separate leaves! © Robert F. Schenkkan; 
Ic 6Jun49; DU20365. 

SCHENLEY Industries, inc. 
La Boheme. C3777, SEE Weiner, Joseph J. 

SCHICK, ELLIOT. 
The golden tears, a television script by 
Elliot Schick and Marvin Duckler. (To 
rule the night, no. 1) © Elliot Schick, 
Marvin Duckler; Ic 14Feb49; DU18899. 

SCHILLER, Zoe Lund. 
Outside the door. DU19781. SEE 
Borchert, Wolfgang. 



DAS SCHLOSS Durande. 
Schoeck, Othmar. 



DP18824. SEE 



SCHMIEDEN, Anno. 
Lady Hamilton. DPI 8606. SEE Heger, 
Robert. 

SCHNEIDERS, JOSEPH ANTHONY. 
Land of fun, a radio program. Script 
for Jan. 8, 1949. © Broadcast Produc- 
tions, inc.; Ic 26jan49; DU18333. 



SCHNITZEL BANK. 
(John F.) inc. 



C3761. SEE Trommer 



SCHOECK, OTHMAR. 
Das Schloss Durande, Oper in 4 Akten. 
Dichtung nach der Novelle von Eichendorff 
von Hermann Burte [pseud, of Hermann 
Striibe] Musik von Othmar Schoeck, 
Klavierauszug mit Gesang. Wien, Universal- 
Edition [1942]. 382 p. © Universal-Edition; 
llDec4?; DP18824. 

SCHOENBAUM, VERA MAREE. 
The weather-glass, a play in two acts by 
Vera Mathews [pseud.] © Vera Marie 
Schoenbaum; Ic 5May49; DU19886. 

SCHOENLANK, HERBERT. 
Stehlen sie auch? Komodie der Redlichkeit 
in drei Akten. © Herbert Schoenlank; Ic 
2Mar49; DU19179. 

SCHOOL Plays, inc. 
Inside the book, DPI 8027. SEE Berson, 

Lillian, 
Nothing to be thankful for. DP18026. 

SEE Hark, Mildred. 



Their first Thanksgiving. DP18028. 

SEE Berson, Lillian. 
Toys in Dreamland. DPI 8029. 

Towne, Lloyd. 



SEE 



SCHOOLBOY Rowe. C3417. 
American Way, no. C82. 



SEE The 



SCHRAG, ALLEN. 
Dream of life, a new play in three acts. 
© Allen Schrag; Ic 18Feb49; DU18667. 

SCHRYOCK, BUREN. 
Nancy and Arthur, an American opera in 
four acts. [Text only] © Bur en 
Schryock; Ic 22jan49; DU18172. 

SCHUBERT, BERNARD S. 
Home in the dark, a play in three acts. 
© Bernard S. Schubert; Ic 31May49; on 
revisions; DU20440. Prev. reg. 
"Illusion's end," 24Jun35, D36103; "Lost 
illusion," 28Jun46, D3771. 

SCHULL, JOSEPH. 
The bridge, a play in three acts. © Joseph 
Schull; Ic 31Mar49; DU19324. 

SCHUPPLER, BRUNO. 
Lavendel, eine kleine Wiener Komodie in 
drei Akten. © Theaterverlag Eirich 
Ges. m.b.H.; Ic 19Apr48; DU18289. 

SCHUSTER (Ed,) & Company, Inc. SEE 
Billie the Brownie (Radio program) 

SCHUTZ, Helen Barre. 
The King's highway of peace. DU19961. 
SEE Wallock, Anthony Mark. 

SCHWANHILD. DPI 8605. SEE Graener, 
Paul. 

SCHWARTZ, Alice. 
Happy birthday. C3790. SEE Schwarz, 

Lewis E. 
Happy Easter. C3791. SEE Schwarz, 

Lewis E. 
Merry Christmas. C3788. SEE Schwarz, 

Lewis E. 
You better get weU. C3789. SEE 

Schwarz, Lewis E. 



SCHWARTZENSTEIN, Sigmund. 
The miller's daughter. DU18809. 
Demianoff, Renee Lockhard, 



SEE 



SCHWARZ, LEWIS E. 

Happy birthday; script by Lewis E. 
Schwarz, Edward M. Hoerner, and Jill 
Jackson [pseud, of Alice Schwartz] 
© Lewis E. Schwarz, Jr., Edward M. 
Hoerner, Jill Jackson; Ic 21Jun49; 
C3790. 

Happy Easter; script by Lewis E. Schwarz, 
Edward M. Hoerner, and Till Jackson 
[pseud, of Alice Schwartz] © Lewis E. 
Schwarz, Jr., Edward M. Hoerner, Jill 
Jackson; Ic 21Jun49; C3791. 

Merry Christmas; script by Lewis E, 
Schwarz, Edward M. Hoerner, and Jill 
Jackson [pseud, of Alice Schwartz] 
© Lewis E. Schwarz, Jr., Edward M. 
Hoerner, Jill Jackson; Ic 21jun49; C3788. 

You better get well; script by Lewis E. 
Schwarz, Edward M. Hoerner, and Jill 
Jackson [pseud, of Alice Schwartz] 
© Lewis E. Schwarz, Jr., Edward M. 
Hoerner, Jill Jackson; Ic 21Jun49; C3789. 

SCHWARZMAN, Jean Tripp. SEE Schwarz - 
man, Lena Jean Tripp. 

SCHWARZMAN, LENA JEAN TRIPP. 
Topsy Turvy Lane, a dramatic composition. 
Episode 1. © Mrs. Jean Tripp Schwarz- 
man; Ic 20Jun49; DU20443. 

THE SCIENCE of luminescence, C3466. 
SEE Casperson, William Clement. 

THE SCIENTIFIC God, DU18652. SEE 
Sears, Doris Persis. 

SCOONES, Charlotte. 
Achievements. DP19093, SEE Doht, 
Mary Frances Read, 

77 



SCOTT, ALLAN, 
Joy to the world, a comedy in three acts. 
New York, S. French [19491. 136 p. 
illus. © Allan Scott; ljun49: DP20328. 
Prev. reg. 240ct47; D unp. 11128. 

SCOTT, David. 
Secret weapons. DU20387. SEE Weyera- 
berg, Paul H. C. A. 

SCOTT, JOHN ALDEN. 
Evening out, a radio quiz program. 
© John A. Scott; 30Nov48; DP19108. 

SCOTT, RQBERT SANFORD. 

Meet yourself, an audition script for tele- 
vision, by Robert S. Scott and Eleanor e J. 
Kendrick. © Robert S. Scott, Eleanor e J. 
Kendrick; Ic llApr49; DU19526. 

Sandy, a play in two acts by Robert S. 
Scott and John L. Gerstad. © John Leif 
Gerstad, Robert Sanford Scott; Ic 16jun49; 
DU20447. 

Sherry and the genie, an imaginative pro- 
gram for television, by Robert S. Scott 
and Eleanor e J. Kendrick. [Audition 
script] © Robert S, Scott, Eleanore J. 
Kendrick; Ic llApr49; DU19524. 

What makes you think so? A television 
program of science and superstition, by 
Robert S. Scott and Eleanore J, Kendrick, 
[Sample script] © Robert S. Scott, 
Eleanore J. Kendrick; Ic llApr49; 
DU19525, 

SCOTTY'S Corner. SEE Moser, Marie. 
Television formats. DU18786. 

SCREENO casino. DU18943. SEE Clay, 
David M. 

SCRIABIN, the greatest Russian composer 
of the pre-Revolutlonary epoch. C3340. 
SEE Gourevitch, Gregoire. 

SCRIPT for animated flip pictures. DU18783, 
SEE Larler, Lawrence. 

SEALE, Cedric Stephen St. Brelade. 
The second guest. DP19231. SEE 
Beresford, Hugh. 

THE SEARCH into darkness. DU19336. 
SEE Merrltt, Patricia Ann. 

SEARS, DORIA PERSIS. 
The scientific God, a radio play. © Doris 
Sears; Ic 17Feb49; DU18652. 

SEARS, Roebuck, and Co. 
Allstate all the way. DU18071. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

SfiBASTIEN. DU19799. SEE Troyat, Henri. 

SECOND class citizens. DP19553. SEE 
National Broadcasting Company, inc. 

THE SECOND guest. DP19231. SEE 
Beresford, Hugh. 

SECOND revised description of Number Jack. 
DP19436. SEE Gottschalkson, Falk Felix. 

THE SECOND son of God. DU19702. SEE 
Hopkins, Edwin. 

SECOND thoughts. DP20259. SEE Lynch, 
Louis Dominic. 

LE SECRET des dieux. DP19397. SEE 
Marchand, Leopold. 

SECRET operation. DU19173. SEE The 
Cavalcade of America, no. 595. 

SECRET weapons. DU20387. SEE Weyem- 
berg, Paul H. C. A. 

SECURITIES. DU18979, DU20182. SEE 
Keeping Up With the Wigglesworths, nos. 97, 
121. 

LE SfipUCTEUR. DP18019. SEE Birabeau, 
Andre. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



SEEGER, HAL. 
A word with Wendy. [Sample television 
script] © Hal Seeger; Ic 4Apr49; 
DU194B1. 

SEEK the sun. DU18815. SEE Squire, 
Roy P. 

SEELYE, Mary-Averett. 
Fleas and figs, SEE Selden, Samuel. 
International folk plays. DP20078. 

SEFF, Manuel. 
End money. DU20459. SEE Yawitz, Paul 
Arthur, 

SEGAL, BESSIE JAFFEY. 
Are you psychic? By Betty Jaffey. [Radio 
program] © Bessie Jaffey Segal, 
Joseph P. Chiozza, Abraham S. Levine; 
Ic 10NOV48; DU17820. 

SEGEL, Temalaya, pseud. SEE Segel, 
Tess Laya. 

SEGEL, TESS LAYA. 
That's my lawyer, a play in three acts by 
Temalaya Segel [pseud.] © Temalaya 
Segel; Ic 19Jan4g; DU18171. 

SEILER, CONRAD. 
The ghost in the house, a mystery comedy 
in three acts. New York, Play Club, 
C1948. 62 p. (A Play Club selection, 
no. 22) © Conrad Seller; lDec48; 
DP18283. 
Joe the great; a play for children in two 
acts. © Conrad Seiler: Ic 201un49; 
DU20456. 

SELDEN, SAMUEL. 
International folk plays, ed, and with an 
introd. by Samuel Selden. Chapel Hill, 
Univ. of North Carolina Press [1949]. 
285 p. front. Contents. — Home-longing, 
by Gerd Bernhart.— Tarantula, by Kai 
Jurgensen.— Black Piet, by Robert S. 
Schenkkan. — Fleas and figs, by Mary- 
Averett Seelye. — The wandering dragon, 
by T'ang Wen Shun. —The courting of 
Marie Jenvrin, by Gwen Pharis,— The red 
velvet goat, by Josephina Niggli.— Where- 
fore is this night, by Violet Fidel.— 
Washed in de blood, by Rietta Bailey. 
© The University of North Carolina Press; 
23Apr49; DP20078. 



SELECT Operating Corporation. 
Butterfly of fashion. DU19997. 
Shubert, John. 



SEE 



SELECTIONS from South American plays. 
A31192. SEE Weisinger, Nina Lee. 

SELF respect and the respect of others. 
C3259. SEE Human Relations Films. 



SELI, KEMAL A. 
Obsession, a play in three acts. 
A. Sell; Ic 6Apr49; DU19491. 



© Kemal 



SELL accessories the Chevrolet way. 
C3427. SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, 
inc. 

SELL my show. C3489. SEE Whitney, 
Helen Le'iore. 

SELLER, THOMAS. 
Opened by mistake, a comedy in one act. 
Boston, Baker's Plays [19491. 32 p. 
illus. (Baker's royalty plays) © Walter 
H. Baker Co.; 23Feb49; DP19394. 

SELLERS, ROBERT SIDNEY. 
Savannah, a three-act musical drama by 
Robert S. Sellers and Jeanne C. Wells. 
Complete manuscript with melody notes 
to songs and lyrics. © Robert Sidney 
Sellers, Jeanne Carden Wells; Ic 7Mar49; 
DU18947. 

SELLING cemetery plots before need. 
C3226. SEE Legg, Clarence Angle. 



SELLING Ford vs. Chevrolet. C3716. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

SELLING Ford vs. Plymouth. C3720. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

SELLING the other seven. C3433. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, Inc. 

SELTERS, EVELYN ELIZABETH BUMPUS. 
With eyes that see, a play in three acts. 
© Evelyn Bumpus Sellers; Ic 4Apr49; 
DU19415. 

SELTZER, DAN. 
The red death, a drama in two scenes. 
© Dan Seltzer; Ic 6jan49; DU17880. 

THE SENATOR bewitched. DU18552. SEE 
First Nighter, Nov. 25, 1948. 

THE SENIOR dinner. DU19274. SEE The 
Adventures of Frank Merriw ell, no. 112. 

SENIORS in Wonderland. DP18876. SEE 
Kelley, Mary Sullivan. 

SENSE of humor. DU18845. SEE Dr. 
Christian, no. 536. 

SENTENCE of life. DP18472. SEE The 
Eternal Light, no. 206. 

SENTIMENT for sale. DP17971. SEE 
O'Donnell, Margaret Ann. 

SEPTEMBER tide. DU18513. SEE 
Du Maurier, Daphne. 

SERGEANT Preston faces death. DU19059. 
SEE Challenge of the Yukon, no. 611. 

SERGE L, CHRISTOPHER. 
P. G. Wodehouse's Uncle Fred flits by; 
dramatized by Perry Clark [pseud,] 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. [1949]. 80 p. 
© The Dramatic Pub. Co.; 10Feb49; 
DP19873. 

SERVICING Frigidaire automatic electric 
dryers. C3434. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

SERVICING Frigidaire ironers. C3616. 
SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

SERVICING Frigidaire rotary-type refriger- 
ating systems in Coca-Cola coolers. C3435. 
SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

SET for a speU. DP18096. SEE Kerr, 
Alvin. 

THE SETTLEMENT of war claims on behalf 
of United States nationals. C3574. SEE 
Kait, Harry Carl. 

THE SEVEN last churches. DU18013. SEE 
Moore, Mable. 

THE SEVEN who came home. DP18465. 
SEE The Eternal Light, no. 213. 

THE SEVENTH day he rested. DU18048. 
SEE Cathcart, Virginia May. 

SEVENTY were sent forth. DU19920. SEE 
The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 109. 

SEXTON, KENARD BRADFIELD. 
Slenderella, a musical version of 
"Cinderella" in two scenes for male 
characters. Libretto by Marjorie J. 
Johnston; music and staging by Kenard 
B. Sexton. © Kenard Bradfield Sexton, 
Marjorie Jean Sexton, dba Skits Syndicate; 
Ic 21Feb49; DU19441. 

SEXTON, Marjorie Jean. 
Slenderella. DU19441. SEE Sexton, 
Kenard Bradfield. 

SEZNEC, JEAN. 
Morals and manners in the XVIIIth century, 
an illustrated lecture. © Franco-American 
Audio-Visual Distribution Center, inc.; 
Ic 7Feb49; C3325. 

78 



SHAABER, Matthias Adam. 
The tragedy of Macbeth. A31485. SEE 
Shakespeare, William. 

THE SHABBY genteels. DU18412. SEE 
Kennedy, Thomas James. 

SHALES of life. DU18416. SEE Wren, 
Micajah. 

SHADES of 62d Street. DU19255. SEE 
Little Herman, no. 13. 

THE SHADOW (Radio program) Scripts in 
this series are written by various authors. 
© Street & Smith Publications, inc. 

353. Dec. 12, 1948. The head of doom, 
by Frank Kane. © Ic 4jan49; DU17795. 

354. Dec. 19, 1948. The lost dead, by 
Peter Barry. © Ic 4Jan49; DU17796. 

355. Dec. 26, 1948. Murder marked Merry 
Christmas, by Frank Kane. © Ic 4Jan49; 
DU17797. 

356. Jan. 2, 1949. Death and the crown of 
Odalph, by Peter Barry. © Ic 19Jan49; 
DU18060. 

357. Jan. 9, 1949. The disciple of death, 
by Edward Adamson. © Ic 19Jan49; 
DU18061. 

358. Jan. 16, 1949. The sabbath of the 
talons, by Peter Barry. © Ic 19Jan49; 
DU18062. 

359. Jan. 23, 1949. Death and the double 
cross, by Frank Kane. © Ic 10Feb49; 
DU18855. 

360. Jan. 30, 1949. The house of the 
ravens, by Peter Barry. © Ic 10Feb49; 
DU18856. 

361. Feb. 6, 1949. The half dead corpse, 
by Edward J. Adamson, © Ic 10Feb49; 
DU18853, 

362. Feb. 13, 1949. Minotau, the avenger; 
by Peter Barry. © Ic 3Mar49; DU18849. 

363. Feb. 20, 1949. The trail of the 
knifer, by Peter Barry. © Ic 3Mar49; 
DU18850. 

364. Feb. 27, 1949. Collectors of death, 
by Frank Kane. © Ic llMar49; DU19098. 

365. Mar. 6, 1949. Unto death do us part, 
by Edward J. Adamson. © Ic llMar49; 
DU19099. 

366. Mar. 13, 1949. The ring of Mahla- 
laylee, by Peter Barry. © Ic 25Mar49; 
DU19B95. 

367. Mar. 20, 1949. The big ace, by Frank 
Kane. © Ic 25Mar49; DU19894. 

368. Mar. 27, 1949. The Darkcliff terror, 
by Frank Kane. © Ic 5Apr49; DU19897. 

369. Apr. 3, 1949. Creature of darkness, 
by Edward J. Adamson. © Ic 27Apr49; 
DU19902. 

370. Apr. 10, 1949. Hear no evil, by 
Merritt W. Barnum and Thomas M. Adair, 
© Ic 27Apr49; DU19903. 

371. Apr. 17, 1949. Death and the Easter 
bonnet, by Peter Barry. © Ic 27Apr49; 
DU19904. 

372. Apr. 24, 1949. Partners in crime, by 
Frank Kane. © Ic llMay49; DU19970. 

373. May 1, 1949. The double slug killer, 
by Peter Barry. © Ic llMay49; DU19969. 



SHADOW across the sun. DU18493. 
Dickerson, Charles Griffin. 



SEE 



THE SHADOW of a dream. DU19854. SEE 
Brash, Arthur Francis. 



SHADOW of the viae. 
Beverley. 



DP18725. SEE Nichols, 



SHADOWS of the past. DU18582. SEE 
Gagnon, Raymond Fred. 

SHAFER, ELIZABETH JANE. 

The Carlsbad Caverns of New Mexico. 
[Recording script] © Rec-O-Tour Record- 
ing Co.; Ic 28Mar49; C3523. 

A Kodachrome tour of the Carlsbad Caverns 
of New Mexico. [Recording script] 
© Rec-O-Tour Recording Co.; Ic 12May49; 
C3682. 

SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 
Falstaff. DU18653. SEE Barr, Richard 
David. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. Cont'd. 

Julius Caesar. DU19966. SEE Studio 
One, May 1, 1949. 

A midsummer night's dream. DU19522. 
SEE Mallis, Constantine Alexander Hagi. 

Richard III. The Whorf-Barr production. 
© Richard Whorf, Richard David Barr; 
Ic 14Jan49; DU18042. 

Six plays of Shakespeare, ed, by G. B. Har- 
rison. New York, Harcourt, Brace [1949]. 
252 p. illus., geneal. table. Contents.— 
The tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. — The first 
part of King Henry the Fourth.— Twelfth 
night; or, What you will. — The tragedy of 
Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. —The tragedy 
of Othello, the Moor of Venice.— The 
tempest. © Harcourt, Brace & Co., inc.; 
12Apr49; on additions; A32505. 

The tragedy of Hamlet, prince of Denmark. 
Newly compiled from the old quartos and 
folios by Frederic Downs [pseud.] 
© Frederic Downs Flasher; Ic 24Feb49; 
DU18774. 

The tragedy of Julius Caesar; ed. by Hereward 
T. Price. New York, Appleton-Century- 
Crofts [19491. 78 p. (Crofts classics) 
© Appleton-Century-Crofts, inc.; lFeb49; 
A29704. 

The tragedy of King Richard the Second; ed. 
by Theodore Spencer. New York, 
Appleton-Century-Crofts [19491. xii, 81 p. 
(Crofts classics) © Appleton-Century- 
Crofts, inc.; lFeb49; A29705. 

The tragedy of Macbeth. Ed. by M. A. 
Shaaber. New York, Appleton-Century- 
Crofts [1949] 77 p. (Crofts classics) 
Bibliography: page at end. © Appleton- 
Century-Crofts, inc.; 30Mar49; A31485. 

SHAKESPEARE'S Hamlet. DU19429. SEE 
Cook, Philena. 

SHANAPHY, JOHN LEO ANTHONY. 
Past and present, a play in three acts, by 
J. Lee Shanaphy. © John Leo Anthony 
Shanaphy; Ic 10Jan49; on revisions; 
DU17986. Prev. reg. "Thirteen o'clock," 
31Aug46; D4770. 

SHAND, WILLL^M. 
The blind caterpillar, a drama in three 

acts. © William Shand; Ic 23Feb49; 

DU20426. 
Love me, I'm cheap! A drama in three 

acts. © William Shand; Ic 20Apr49; 

DU20425. 



SHAPIRO, Marilyn, 
Paris a la mode. DU19335. 
Mary -Ellen. 



SEE Munro, 



SHAPIRO, MILTON. 
Checker CABaret. [Sample radio script] 

© Milton Shapiro; Ic llApr49; C3554. 
Yellow CABaret; sample radio script. 
© Milton Shapiro; Ic 17Mar49; C3517. 

SHARPE, MARY G. 
Windows, and other humorous monologs. 
Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Entertainment 
House, cl948. 67 p. © Eldridge Enter- 
tainment House, inc.; 23Sep48; DP18630. 

SHARPLES, Winston. 
It's fun to be neat. DP19301, SEE Winant, 

Sylvia. 
Toy-time. DP19302. SEE Winant, Sylvia. 

SHAW, David. SEE The Actor's Studio 
(Television program) 

SHAW, GEORGE BERNARD. 
Zu viel Geld, eine unmanierliche Komodie 
in vier Akten. [Autorisierte deutsche 
Ubersetzung von Siegfried Trebitsch. 
1. AuflJ Zurich, Artemis-Verlag [1948]. 
79 p. © Artemis Verlags-Aktiengesell- 
schaft; 140ct48; on translation; AF10190. 

SHAWN, Jack, pseud. SEE Williams, John 
Albert. 

SHAYESON, FRANCES EMILIE. 
The day beyond forever, a one-act play, 
-i Frances Shayeson; Ic llFeb49; 
DU18480. 



Ladies in waiting, a drama in three acts. 
© Frances Shayeson; Ic 31Jan49; on 
revisions; DU18366. Prev. reg. 6Nov45, 
D95804; 18Nov46, D5985; 31Dec47, D12491. 

The woman who had everything, a one-act 
play. © Frances Shayeson; Ic llFeb49; 
DU18479. 

SHAYON, Robert Lewis. SEE 
You Are There (Radio program) 

SHEA, Dick. SEE Shea, Henry Richard. 

SHEA, HENRY RICHARD. 
The Pine Tree Limited, a play in three 
acts, by Dick Shea. © Henry R. Shea, 
Jr.; Ic ljun49; DU20223. 

SHEARER, GUY COOPER. 
The state-owned liquor store, an address. 
© Guy Cooper Shearer; Ic 9May49; 
C3673. 



SHEATHING and wallboard. DU18392. 
Fairbanks (Jerry) inc. 



SEE 



SHEEHAN, WILLLAM FRANCIS. 
Timothy and the lion, and other short plays 
for children. © William F. Sheehan, Jr.; 
Ic 28Apr49; DU19794. 

SHEFFER, PAUL L. C. 
A wedding at St. Mathew's, a play in two 
acts. © Paul L. C. Sheffer; Ic 17Mar49; 
DU19155. 

SHfiHfiRAZADE. DP19816. SEE Super- 
vielle, Jules. 

SHELDON, PAULA DRENDELL. 
The Prince passes, a play in three acts. 
© Paula Drendell Sheldon; Ic 30Nov48; 
on revisions; DU17876. Prev. reg. 
"Yesterday was springtime", 29Mar32, 
D15293. 

SHEPHERD, Donald N. 

Belt surgery. C3717. SEE Wilding Pic- 
ture Productions, inc. 

From the ground up. C3234. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

Keep it alive. C3413. SEE Wilding Picture 
Productions, inc. 

Sunbeam Shavemaster TV commercials. 
DU18384. SEE Wilding Picture Produc- 
tions, inc. 

Television spots. DU18385. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

Time for living. DU18699. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

Tools of the trade. DU19506. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

THE SHEPHERDS live again. DP18349. 
SEE Lessel, William M. 

SHERBA, Dorothy. 
Pokey, the Christmas elf. DU17970. SEE 
Parker, Jack Darwin. 

THE SHERIFF (Radio program) Episodes in 
this series are by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
© McCann-Erickson, inc. 

223. Dec. 31, 1948. Paging Johnny. © Ic 
7Jan49; DU17976. 

224. Jan. 7, 1949. Murder and Mrs. 
McNulty. © Ic 31Jan49; DU18612. 

225. Jan. 14, 1949. The case of the emerald 
ring. © Ic 31Jan49; DU18613. 

226. Jan. 21, 1949. Murder in the treble 
clef. © Ic 31Jan49; DU18614. 

227. Jan. 28, 1949. The gold chain of death. 
© Ic 31Jan49; DU18615. 

228. Feb. 4, 1949. The magic brain. © Ic 
25Feb49; DU18843. 

229. Feb. 11, 1949. The case of Molly and 
the marine. © Ic 25Feb49; DU18842. 

230. Feb. 18, 1949. The too plausible 
murder case. © Ic 25Feb49; DU18841. 

231. Feb. 25, 1949. Three for murder. 
© Ic 9Mar49; DU19023. 

232. Mar. 4, 1949. Renee reneges. © Ic 
9Mar49; DU19024. 

233. Mar. 11, 1949. Plan for murder. 
© Ic 17Mar49; DU19140. 



234. Mar. 18, 1949. Murder in a tea cup. 
© Ic 28Mar49; DU19253. 

235. Mar. 25, 1949. Portrait of death. 
9 Ic 28Mar49; DU19236. 

236. Apr. 1, 1949. The sin of Lee Sing. 
© Ic llApr49; DU19593. 

237. Apr. 8, 1949. The mouse who told 
the horse. © Ic llApr49; DU19594. 

238. Apr. 15, 1949. The wall of hate. 
© Ic 25Apr49; DU19761. 

239. Apr. 22, 1949. No one loves a 
murderer. © Ic 25Apr49; DU19762. 

240. Apr. 29, 1949. Murder is cooking. 
© Ic 9May49; DU19938. 

241. May 6, 1949. Design macabre. © Ic 
9May49; DU19939. 

242. May 13, 1949. Murder is a business. 
© Ic 9Jun49; DU20356. 

243. May 20, 1949. Love, why did you 
leave me? © Ic 9Jun49; DU20357. 

244. May 27, 1949. The suspended sword. 
© Ic 9Jun49: DU20358, 

245. June 3, 1949. Ding-dong beU. © Ic 
9Jun49; DU20359. 

246. June 10, 1949. The suicide letter. 
© Ic 23Jun49: DU20532. 

247. June 17, 1949. There's a flame in 
my heart. © Ic 23Jun49; DU20533. 

SHERMAN, ALEXANDER. 
Holiday time; a dramatic composition 
for radio and television. © Al Sherman; 
Ic 20Jun49; C3785. 

SHERMAN, ALFRED. 
Of the people, a dramatico-musical com- 
position. Lyrics and sketches by Alfred 
Sherman, music by Henry Lasker. [Text 
and music on separate leaves] © Henry 
Lasker, Alfred Sherman; Ic 28jan4S; 
DU18143. 

SHERMAN, ALICE ELLA. 
God's garden of love. [Ceremony for the 

Eastern Star]. © Alice E. Sherman; 

24Nov48; DP17840. 
The light of faith. [A ceremony] 8 p. 

© Alice Ella Sherman; 2Feb49; DP18446. 

SHERMAN, ARTHUR. 
Water is water, after all; a play. 34 leaves. 
© Arthur Sherman; Ic 10Feb49; DU18478. 

SHERMAN, CHARLES ELLIOTT. 
The next champ, a play in three acts by 
Chuck Sherman. © Charles Elliott 
Sherman; Ic 26May49; DU20142. 

SHERRIFF, ROBERT CEDRIC. 

Miss Mabel, a play in three acts. © R. C. 
Sherriff; Ic 27Jan49; DU18608. 

Miss Mabel, a play in two acts by R. C. 
Sherriff. Revised by Guy Bolton. © R. C. 
Sherriff; Ic 30Mar49; DU19316. 

Quartet. AI-2111. SEE Maugham, Wil- 
liam Somerset. 

SHERRY and the genie, DU19524. SEE 
Scott, Robert Sanford. 

SHERWOOD, ROBERT EMMET. 
Miss Liberty, a play in two acts. Book by 
Robert E. Sherwood, music and lyrics 
by Irving Berlin. [Text only]^ © Robert 
Emmet Sherwood; Ic 14Apr49; DU19826. 

SHIFFRIN, A, B. 
King Johnny, a play in three acts. © A. B. 
Shiffrin; Ic lApr48; DU19330. 

A SHIP comes home. DP17965. SEE 
Fisher, Daisy. 

THE SHIRT-tail decision. DU19321. SEE 
Hutchings, O'Gene Moore. 

SHOCKPROOF shipping. C3273. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

THE SHOEMAKER and the elves. DU19669. 
SEE Sylvern, Henry. 

SHOOLMAN, REGINA. 
French primitive paintings, an illustrated 
lecture in two parts. Prepared in co- 
operation with the French Cultural 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



SHOOLMAN, REGINA. Cont'd. 

Services. © Franco-American Audio- 
Visual Distribution Center, inc.: Ic 
llMar49; C3471. 

SHORE, Joseph. 
A bed with the others. SEE Mayorga, 
Margaret. The best one-act plays of 
1948-1949. AA117053. 

SHORT plays. A32492. SEE Knickerbocker, 
Edwin Van Berghen. 

SHOULD this play be banned? C3310. SEE 
What Do You Think? (Television program) 

SHOULD we adopt Russia's tactics. C3322. 
SEE What Do You Think? (Television 
program) 

SHOWALTER, Max, 
Little Boy Blue. DU19135. SEE Miller, 

Albert Griffith. 
Once in a lovetime. DU19133. SEE 

Miller, Albert Griffith. 

THE SHOWCASE. DU19380, SEE Rosen- 
baum, Maxwell Richard, 

A SHOWER for the bridesmaid. DU18550, 
SEE First Nighter, Dec, 9, 1948. 

SHUBERT, JOHN. 
Butterfly of fashion, a musical drama in 
three acts. Book and lyrics by John 
Shubert and Rowland Leigh, music by 
John Shubert and Philip Radowski. 
[Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Select Operating Corp.; Ic 19Apr49; 
DU19997. 

SHUBERT, Milton. 
Spring again. DU19947. SEE Verneuil, 
Louis. 

SHULMAN, EDWARD S. 
Canteen. DU20220. SEE Morse, Arthur D. 
Yesteryears, a 30-minute television show 

utilizing film clips, by Edward S. Shulman 

and Arthur D. Morse. © Edward S. 

Shulman, Arthur D. Morse; Ic 10Feb49; 

DU18459. 
You and your child. DU20211. SEE 

Morse, Arthur D. 



SHUSHAN boys. DPl86g6. 
Seymour. 



SEE Millstone, 



SIDING 273. DU18424. SEE Gielgud, Val. 

SIDLINGER, BRUCE C. 
Hide and shriek, a one-act play. © Bruce 
C. Sidlinger; Ic 29Apr49; DU19846. 

SIDORSKY, JUDITH. 
The big engine. [Recording script] 

© Young People's Records, inc.; Ic 

ljun49; DU20336. 
The little cowboy. DU20342, SEE 

Abrashkin, Raymond. 
Out-of-doors. [Recording script] © Young 

People's Records, inc.; Ic ljun49; 

DU20346. 
Rainy day. [Recording script] By Peter 

Gordon [pseud.] © Young People's 

Records, inc.; Ic ljun49; DU20341. 
Winter fun. [Recording script] By Peter 

Gordon [pseud, of Judith Sidorsky] and 

John Michaels [pseud, of Raymond 

Abrashkin] ©Young People's Records, 

inc.; Ic ljun49; DU20339. 
Works by Judith Sidorsky in collaboration 

with Raymond Abrashkin written under the 

pseud., Daniel Andrews, are entered under 

the pseud. 

SIEBEN sind verdachtig. DU18291. SEE 
Leonhardt, Hans Walter. 

SIEGE L, Mrs. Benjamin Mordecai. SEE 
London, Hannah Ruth. 

SIEGEL, MARC M. 
Telemag, the children's magazine of tele- 
vision. A one hour children's variety 
show designed for television, by Marc 
Siegel and Mortimer Abrahams. [Sample 



script] © Marc Siegel, Mortimer 
Abrahams; Ic 20May49; DU20069. 

SIEGEL, WILLIAM. 
My widow's wedding, a musical cometty 
in two acts. [In Yiddish, Text only]. 
© William Siegel; Ic 31May49; DU20209. 

SIETE veces. DP18932. SEE Alvarez 
Quintero, Seraffn, 

SIEVERS, DAVID WIEDER. 
It's a hit, a television quiz show with tele- 
stunts, by David Wieder Sievers and 
Aleen Barbara Block. Episode 25, 
Nov. 8, 1948. © Westhelmer & Co.; Ic 
3Dec48; DU18737. 

SIGN of the Deathshead. DU19043. SEE 
The Green Hornet, no. 918. 

SIGNAL in green. DU19058. SEE Chal- 
lenge of the Yukon, no. 617. 

THE SIGNING of the Magna Charta. 
DU19745. SEE You Are There, no. 34. 

SILENT night, holy night. DU18908. SEE 
Kabica, Alfred R. 

SILL, SANFORD. 
It pays to laugh; radio or television 
script, © Sanford Sill; Ic 9May49; 
C3675. 

THE SILLY chick, DU19649, SEE Fitel- 
berg, Jerzy. 

THE SILVER. DU18999. SEE Dinwoodie, 
Nina Hepburn. 

SILVER bonus. C3677. SEE Downey, 
Joseph Augustine. 

THE SILVER whistle. DP19893. SEE 
McEnroe, Robert Edward. 

SILVERMAN, HOWARD ALLEN. 
I should have stood in bed, a play in 
three acts, © Howard Allen Silverman; 
Ic 14Apr49; DU19576, 

SILVERS, Emma. 
Zinka, the queen of Crystal Spring. 
DU18669, SEE Leone, Edmund. 

SILVERSTONE, MARK EDISON. 
You can have it, an original musical satire 
in two acts. Book by Mark Silverstone 
and Martin Watten; music and lyrics by 
Mark Silverstone. [Text and music on 
separate leaves] © MarkE. Silverstone; 
Ic 14Dec48; DUl8679. 

SILVIUS, GILBERT G, 
The lonesome wind, a play. 23 leaves. 

© Gilbert G. Silvius; Ic 2Feb49; DU18391. 
Song stories: Temptation. [Television 

script] 1 leaf. © Gilbert G. Silvius; 

Ic lDec48; DU18037. 
Sponser party, a 15 -minute television 

quiz show. [Sample script] © Gilbert 

Silvius; Ic l2May49; C3683. 
A world of songs, a television series 

format. © Gilbert G. Silvius; Ic 2Feb49; 

DU18390, 

SIMON, ABRAHAM LINCOLN. 
Off the record, a radio program. [Sample 
script] © Abraham L. Simon; Ic 
12NOV48; C3442. 
You're the eye-witness, a new television 
program. Includes photographs. 
© Abraham L. Simon; Ic 12Nov48; 
C3443. 

SIMPLE arithmetic. C3735. SEE Tomp- 
kins, Joseph Herbert. 



THE SIN of Lee Sing. 
The Sheriff, no. 236. 



DU19593. SEE 



SINCLAIR, Suzie Smith. 
As I wander. DU19183. 
John Jacob. 



80 



SEE Niles, 



SING a new song. DU19433. SEE First 
Nighter, Jan. 13, 1949. 

SING out, sweet land. DP19267. SEE 
Kerr, Walter. 

SINGER, IRVING L. 
The artists, a play in three acts. © Irving 
L. Singer; Ic 14Feb49; DU18561. 

SINGING is believing. SEE Paulus, John D. 
Pittsburgh in music. DU20265. 

SIR Thomas More, courtier to Henry the 
Eighth. DU18665. SEE O'Hara, Mary 
Louise Robinson. 

THE SISTERS liked them handsome, SEE 
Longstreet, Stephen. High button shoes. 
DP18357. 

SITTING pretty. DU18796, SEE Lux 
Radio Theatre, Feb, 14, 1949, 

SIX chairs. DU18820, SEE Aldrich Family, 
no, 486. 

SIX plays of Shakespeare, A32505, SEE 
Shakespeare, William, 

THE SIX swans. DU19749, SEE Let's 
Pretend, Mar. 19, 1949, 

SIX television spots. DU19507, DU19841. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

SIXTY silver minutes. DU18743. SEE 
Balthrope, Charles W. 

THE SKAGWAY mail. DU20007. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 651. 

SKAGWAY patrol. DU18166. SEE The 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 603. 

THE SKETCHBOOK. C3636. SEE Zimmer- 
man, Duane Arthur. 

SKIP Fenwick's discovery. DU20239. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

SKIPPER next to God. DP20135. SEE 
Hartog, Jan de, 

SKITS Syndicate. 
Slenderella. DU19441. SEE Sexton, 
Kenard Bradfield. 

SKLAR, Michael. SEE You Are There 
(Radio program) 

SKLAR, Roger. 
The better mousetrap. DU19907. SEE 
Eiten, Myles, 

THE SKULL in the stone. DU20013. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 657. 

THE SKYWAYMAN. DP18955. SEE 
Preston, Effa Estelle. 

SLAUGHTER on Tenth Avenue. DU18986. 
SEE Marshall, Lawrence Parsons. 

SLEEP, baby, sleep. DU19443. SEE 
Crane, Burton. 

THE SLEEPING Beauty. SEE 
Chorpenning, Charlotte (Barrows) DP19062. 
Stains, Katherine Berle. DP18861. 

THE SLEEPY family. DU20349. SEE 
Adelson, Leone. 

SLENDER anchorage. DU17812. SEE 
Hilliard, Frank. 

SLENDERELLA. DU19441. SEE Sexton, 
Kenard Bradfield. 

SLEZAK, JOHN R, 
Some considerations of style. [Lecture] 
© John R. Slezak; Ic 25Apr49; C3605. 

SLIDEFILM review. C3611. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 



I 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



SLIGHTLY normal DU18909. SEE 
Elder, William Eugene. 

A SLIPPED halter. DU18389. SEE 
Baldwin, Bertha. 

SLOAN, CATHERINE BRYAN. 
The legend of the dogwood, a radio drama. 
© Catherine Bryan Sloan; Ic 25Apr49; 
DU19924. 

SLOTE, ALFRED HORACE. 
Cry for the Captain, a play in three acts. 
© Alfred Horace Slots: Ic 21Tun49: 
DU20472. 

SLOTKIN, JOSEPH. 
The conquered man, a play. In three acts. 
© Joseph Slotkin; Ic 13jun49; DU20375. 

SLOW the whistle sangi DU17882. SEE 
Mednick, Stanley Robert. 

SLUTZKY, DAVID. 
Purlm in Bagdad, 1948. One act play for 
children, in three scenes. Artist, Emanuel 
Slutzky. New York, Mizrachl National 
Education Committee [19491. 17 p. lUus. 
Hebrew text. © Mizrachi National Educa- 
tion Committee; 18Feb49; DP19001, 



SMALL fry. C3778. 
Ebiora Belle. 



SEE Olmstead, 



SMALLEY, WEBSTER LEROY CROXDALE. 
Some like 'em cold, a sketch for two off- 
Broadway mice. © Webster L. Smalley; 
Ic 4Apr49; DU19545. 

SMALLFRY, the stickleback. DU20043. 
SEE Cartoon Teletales, Mar. 6, 1949. 

SMITH, AKN ANDERSON. 
Ann Smith's needlecraft corner, a script 
for television. © Ann Smith; Ic 17Feb49; 
DU18925. 

SMITH, CONRAD SUTTON. 
The perfectionist, a play in three acts by 
Conrad S. Smith, adapted from a short 
story by Margaret St. Clair. © Conrad 
Sutton Smith; Ic 16Feb49; DU18581. 

SMITH, HERBERT WILSON. 
Conk and Carrie, an adult puppet show for 
television, y Herbert Wilson Smith; Ic 
14Mar49; DU19109. 

SMITH, LEVI T. 
Scenario of Mother and home," by Viola 
Patey Miller, adapted by L. J. Smith, 
© Levi J. Smith; lMay47; DP19533. 

SMITH, LORRAINE. 
Perennial Pierrette, a monolog that' may 
be given with music. © Wetmore 
Declamation Bureau; lSep48; DP18370. 

SMITH, LOUIS. 
What Elmer wants, a comedy in three acts. 
O Louis Smith; Ic 24May49; on revisions; 
DU20122. Prev. reg. "Smile, brethren, 
smile;" 5Sep44, D90314; 15Feb45, 
D92566. 

SMITH, Marcus Edward. 
Remember. C3564. SEE Buddemeier, 
Harry William. 

SMITH, Nellene. 
International quiz. C3678. SEE Materna, 
Ted Oscar. 

SMITH, NELLY PUSSIE. 
Rehabilitation training methods for develop- 
ing dexterity in the least used hand. 
[Report] © Nelly Pussle Smith; Ic 
BApr49; C3540. 

SMITH, PAT. 
Crime against nature, a drama In three 
acts. © Pat Smith; Ic 2Mar49; DU18836. 

SMITH, PAUL GERARD. 
Mystery guest; or. Pardon my back. By 
Paul Gerard Smith and Sue Ryan. [Televi- 



sion script] © Paul Gerard Smith, Sue 
Ryan; Ic 21Feb49; DU18713. 
Star dressing room. DU18869. SEE 
Ryan, Sue. 

SMITH, ROBERT. 
Quicksand, an original screen play. 
© Rooney-Stlefel, Inc.; 8Mar49; DP19095. 

SMITH, VERNA HANNAH. 
Pilgrimage to the past of California, a 
pageant in four scenes and four tableaux 
by Verna Hannah Smith, with original 
contrapuntal melody for theme and musical 
suggestions by Elva G. Triplett. © Verna 
Hannah Smith, Elva G, Triplett; Ic 
22Apr49; DU19710. 

SMITH, WILLIAM PHILIP. 
White gloves, a play In three acts by Wm. 
Philip Smith. © Wm. Philip Smith; Ic 
9Jun49; DU20288. 

SMITH, WILLIAM ROGER. 
The laugh doctor. [Sample radio script] 
© William Roger Smith; Ic 21Jun49; 
C3787. 

SMITS, Lee. SEE The Lone Ranger (Radio 
program) 

THE SMOKE abatement story. C3415. SEE 
Ostermeler, Edwin J. 

SMOKE SCREEN. DU18128. SEE Nuzzl, 
Vera. 

SMOKE screens. DU17878. SEE Specht, 
Paul L. 

SMOKE— why? C3414. SEE Stollker, 
J. Fred. 

SMYTH, Nona Long. SEE Long, Nona. 

SMYTH, William Roger. SEE Smith, 
William Roger. 

THE SNAKE and the web. DU19201. SEE 
Purcell, Paul, pseud. 

SNAPP, Orville, pseud. SEE Braun, 
Wilbur. 

THE SNEEZE of Schlomele. DP18471. 
SEE The Eternal Light, no. 209. 

THE SNOW Queen. DU19751. SEE Let's 
Pretend, Apr. 2, 1949. 

SNOW removal. DU18587. SEE Aldrich 
Family, no. 484. 

THE SNOW trap. DU19276. SEE The 
Adventures of Frank Merriwell, no. 119. 

SNUG Harbor. DU18551. SEE First 
Nlghter, Dec. 2, 1948. 

SO dear to Pastlclottl. DU20302. SEE 
Germano, Frank A. 

SO up the stairs. DU20301. SEE Crane, 
Burton. 

SOARES, IRINEU DE MACE DO. 

Deadlier than the male, a comedy screen- 
play. © Irlneu de Macedo Soares; Ic 
16Mar49; DU19205. 

I lived through it, a television series. 
Contents. — An English lesson. — My first 
pay check. — How to grow rich. © Irlneu 
de Macedo Soares; Ic 16Mar49; DU19204. 

S^DERBY, Knud. 
Krista. SEE Fischer, Leek. Hende vi 
glemmer. DP18916. 

SOFIA, VINCENT. 
The dictates of conscience; or, The spir- 
itual growth of Checco. A sermon and 
lecture. © Vincent Sofia; Ic 28jan49; 
C3632. 

LA SOIF. DU19406. SEE Bernstein, Henri. 



SOJOURN Into hell. DU18363. 
Keller, William Slotterback, 



SEE 



SOKOLOFF, rVAN BORIS. 
The devil Is a dreamer, an allegorical 
drama In two acts and six scenes. 
© Ivan Sokoloff; Ic 15Mar49; DU19149. 



SOLICITATION problems, 
Maynard, Harold Bright, 
ship. 



C3215. SEE 
Master salesman- 



SOLOMON, LOUIS, 
Man on a broom, a comedy In three acts by 
Louis Solomon and Gordon Kahn. © Louis 
Solomon, Gordon Kahn; Ic 20Jun49; 
DU20460. 

SOME considerations of style. C3605, SEE 
Slezak, John R. 

SOME like em cold. DU19545. SEE 
Smalley, Webster Leroy Croxdale. 

SOMERSAULT In the sea. DU20567. SEE 
Mangum, Edward P. 



SOMETHING for you, too. DU19538. 
Sonderegger, Arnold Arthur. 



SEE 



SONDEREGGER, ARNOLD ARTHUR. 
Choose your own, a play in one act. 

© Arnold Arthur Sonderegger; Ic 7Feb49; 

DU18695. 
Forgive us as we forgive, a play In one 

act. © Arnold Arthur Sonderegger; Ic 

lApr49; DU19386. 
Let's be friends, a play in one act. 

© Arnold Arthur Sonderegger; Ic 

14Feb49; DU18557. 
Rosalie, a play in two acts, © Arnold 

Arthur Sonderegger; Ic 8Feb49; DU18694. 
Something for you, too; a one-act play. 

© Arnold Arthur Sonderegger; Ic 

12Apr49; DU19538. 

A SONG and a story. DU18645. SEE 
Davis, John Homer. 

THE SONG of Bernadette. DU20089. SEE 
Lux Radio Theatre, Apr. 11, 1949. 

SONG of the Christmas stockings. DU19477. 
Blllle the Brownie, no. 33. 

THE SONG-of-the-hour. DU20267. SEE 
Lucas, Georgle Frances, 

SONG stories: Temptation. DU18037. 
SEE Sllvlus, Gilbert G. 

LE SONGE sur la terrasse. DU18517. 
SEE Charbonnler, Luclen. 

SOPHOCLES. ^ 

Oedipus tyrannus. SEE Stravlnskii, Igor' 
Fedorovlch. Oedipus rex. DP19162. 

SORENSEN, JAMES WILLLVM. 
The pink and white horse; recording script. 
© James W. Sorensen, Perec Recording 
Studio; Ic 31May49; C3738. 

SORIANO, ROCCO. 
Un Dio solo; dramma In cinque attl. 
© Rocco Soriano; Ic 2jun49; DU20435. 



SOUTH Pacific. 
Richard, 



DU19879. SEE Rodgers, 



THE SOUTH Sea Islanders. DU19767. SEE 
Phillips, Theodore J. 

SOUTH with the boarder. DU19519. SEE 
First Nlghter, Feb. 10, 1949. 

SOUTHERN France. C3327. SEE Hoffman, 
Edward J, 

SOUVENIR from the mounUln. SEE Hills, 
Constance Harvey. Outpost of Innocence. 
DU18654. 

SOYA, Carl Erik. 
Rj^dt og graat. SEE Fischer, Leek. Hende 
vl glemmer. DP18916. 



81 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



SPAAK, CHARLES. 
La grande illusion, un film de Jean Renoir. 
Scenario de Charles Spaak et Jean 
Renoir; adaptation et dialogues de Jean 
Renoir et C. Spaak. Paris, La Nouvelle 
Edition [19491. 185 p. illus. © La 
Nouvelle fiditlon; 25jan49; AF10279. 

SPACE ship. DU19039. SEE The Green 
Hornet, no. 923. 

THE SPARROW. DU20003. SEE Challenge 
of the Yukon, no. 647. 

SPECHT, PAUL L. 
Smoke screens, specimen outline for radio 
and television programs. Episode no. 1; 
Napoleon. © Paul L. Specht; Ic 4Nov48; 
DU17878. 

SPECIAL day plays. DP20415. SEE 
Curtis, Agnes. 

SPECIAL. deputy. DU19685. SEE The Lone 
Ranger, no. 2530-1755. 

A SPECIALIZED educational program of 
the air. C3532. SEE Bell, Ruth. 

SPECIFICALLY yours. C3274. SEE Wild- 
ing Picture Productions, inc. 

SPECTOR, Joel. 
Cafe Society presents stars of today and 
tomorrow. DU20219. SEE Winter, Paul. 

SPELL your name. C3694. SEE Berry, 
Ed. J. 



SPENCE, Hartzell, 
One foot in heaven. DP19872, 
Martens, Anne (Coulter) 



SEE 



SPENCER, Theodore. 
The tragedy of King Richard the Second. 
A29705. SEE Shakespeare, William. 

SPENCER, WILLIAM J. 
Fund raising, a lecture. © William J. 
Spencer; Ic 17Mar49; C3491. 



SPENCER, inc. 
Getting selected prospects. 
SEE Flory Films, inc. 



C3696. 



THE SPICE of life. DU19500. SEE Wilkin- 
son, Nan Stronach. 

SPIER, ROSEMARIE. 
East is not west, a play with music in 
three acts by Rosemarle Spier and George 
Brendan Dowell. [Text only] © Rose- 
marle Spier, George Brendan Dowell; 
Ic 20Apr49; DU19639. 

THE SPINNERS. SEE Saint Mary-of-the- 
Woods College. One-act plays for all 
girl casts. DP17989. 

SPINSTER'S pie. DP19597. SEE Thornley, 
Alice, 

SPIRA, ALVA ANN. 
Aunt Clotllde's passion, a satirical comedy 
in three acts. © Alva Spira; Ic 2Dec48; 
DU18409. 

THE SPIRIT is willing. DP17958. SEE 
Reach, James. 

SPIRIT of Moses. DU19329. SEE McClane, 
Zula Lee. 

THE SPIRITUAL growth of Checco. SEE 
Sofia, Vincent. The dictates of conscience. 
C3632. 

SPITZ BUBEN. DU18287. SEE Menzel, 
Hanns. 

SPLIT personalities. DU19390. SEE 
Krouse, Morton. 

SPONSER party. C3683, SEE Sllvius, 
Gilbert G. 



SPORTS battle, C3555. SEE Hawthorne, 
Earl J, 

SPORTS jackpot. DU19805. SEE Reingold, 
Harold I, 

SPOT the buck, DU20202. SEE Roberts, 
Gordon. 

SPREAD your wings. DU18681. SEE 
Casto, Jean. 

SPRING again. DU19947. SEE Verneull, 
Louis. 

SPRING planting. DU18427. SEE Harris, 
Guy S. 

SPRING tonic. DU19739. SEE Edwards, 
Eleanor Jean. 

SPRINGBOARD to nowhere. DU18136. SEE 
Lidor, Alexander. 

SPRINGING Stephen. DU18907. SEE 
Branch, Houston. 

SPRINGTIDE of the stars. DU19018. SEE 
Hanson, Mary Kathryn. 

SPRINGTIME in California. DU19511. SEE 
Lichtenfels, Paul Jacob. 

SPRINGTIME in the southland, DU19468. 
SEE Bankson, Budd Norman. 

SPROWL, CHARLES R. 
Win, place & show, a gridiron musicale of 
the bench and bar, presented by members 
of the Chicago Bar Association. Book of 
the show by Charles R. Sprowl and James 
A. Sprowl. [Chicago, 1948] 60 p. The 
Chicago Bar Association 24th annual 
Christmas spirits production. Text only. 
© Chicago Bar Association; 6Dec48; 
DPI 8404. 



SPROWL, James A. 
Win, place & show. DP18404. 
Charles R. 



SEE Sprowl, 



SQUARE pegs, round holes. DU20050. SEE 
Robinson, David. 

SQUIRE, BURT. 
Pick a page, a quiz show for radio or tele- 
vision. [Sam-ole script] t' Burt Squire; Ic 
4Apr49; C3545. 



SQUIRE, ROY P. 

Seek the sun, a play in five scenes. 
P. Squire; Ic lMar49; DU18bl5. 



Roy 



STAFFORD, KATHLEEN. 
Player queen, an imaginary incident in one 
act. London, S. French [1948]. 31 p. 
illus. (French's acting edition, no. 11) 
© Samuel French ltd.; 31Dec48; DP20106. 

STAG at eve. DU19792. SEE Pierce, John. 

STAGE folk, DU18765, DU19bl2. SEE 
O'Connor, Joseph. 

STAINS, KATHERINE BERLE. 
Sleeping Beauty, a play in three acts 
adapted from the folktale. Dallas, Story 
Book Press [1948] 60 p. front. 
© Katherine Berle Stains; 29Dec48; 
DP18861. 

STAND BY FOR CRIME (Television program) 
Scripts in this series are by Alvin Fixler. 
© Alvin Fixler. 
The airport murder case. © Ic 4Mar49; 

DU18901. 
Murder on display. © Ic 2Feb49; DU18380. 
A night at the concert. © Ic 4Mar49; 

DU18902. 

STANDARD Oil Company of Indiana. 
The inside story of lubricating oil. DU18706, 
DU18714. SEE Fairbanks (Jerry) inc. 

STANLEY, Bud, pseud. SEE Mitenbuler, 
Robert. 



STANLEY, LORENA MAY. 
They call me a delinquent; or, The power 
of prayer. A dramatization Ijy Victoria 
Lorenz [pseud,] © Lorena May Stanley; 
Ic 19May49; DU20252. 

STANLEY KetcheL C3671. SEE The 
American Way (Radio program) 

STANTON, Priscilla Beacham. 
Paper matches. DU19113, SEE Pierce, 
Emily Stanton. 

STANTON, STODDARD JOHNSTON. 
No moss, a series of sketches. © Stoddard 
J. Stanton; Ic 17Dec48; DU18054. 

STANWOOD, SHIRLEY. 
Feet of clay, a play in three acts. © Shirley 
Stanwood; Ic 28Mar49; DU19297. 



/ 



THE STAR bug. DU18068. 
Delbert 'Vayne, 



SEE Hosteller, 



STAR dressing room. 
Ryan, Sue, 



DU18869, SEE 



STAR gazer, 
garet King, 



DP19285. SEE West, Mar- 



THE STAR in the window. DP19284. 
Hark, Mildred. 



SEE 



STAR of Dallas. DU18579. 
Philip Harding. 



SEE Jordan, 



STAR of peace. DU17947. SEE The 
Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 91. 

STARR, Ben. 
The honest dope. DU18548. SEE First 
Nlghter, Dec. 16, 1948. 

STARTENA film. C3438. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

STATE fair. DU18529. SEE Clay, David M. 

THE STATE of life. SEE Morris, Thomas 
Baden. That state of life. DPI 8102. 

THE STATE -owned liquor store. C3673. 
SEE Shearer, Guy Cooper. 

STATEMENT of facts. C3398. SEE 
Bodfish, Morton. 

STATION WEDO. SEE McKeesport, Pa. 
Radio Station WEDO. 

THE STEADFAST heart. DU19773. SEE 
Buller, Marguerite. 

STEDMAN, SIDNEY R. 
Relax— and enjoy it! A program for tele- 
vision. JT Sidney R. Stedman; Ic 3Mar49; 
C3463. 

STEELE, CHARLES ISHMAEL. 
Cinder, my eye! A domestic farce by 
Jack Steele [pseud.] Franklin, Ohio, 
Eldridge Entertainment House, cl948. 
28 p. (Eldridge popular one act plays) 
© Eldridge Entertainment House, inc.; 
7Sep48; DP18628. 
Groom's biscuits, a modern farce in one 
act, by Tack Steele [pseud,] Franklin, 
Ohio, Eldridge Entertainment House, 
cl948. 28 p. (Eldridge popular one act 
plays) C Eldridge Entertainment House, 
inc.; lSep48; DPlb626. 

STEELE, Jack, pseud. SEE Steele, Charles 
Ishmael, 

STEELE, Peter, pseud, SEE Eisenberg, 
Philip. 

STEFFAN, CATHERINE. 
The cut-out lady; television program. 
Script no, 12; the adventures of Timothy 
Terrier, © Catherine Steffan; Ic 
15Jun49; C3770, 

STEHLEN sie auch? DU19179, SEE 
Schoenlank, Herbert. 



82 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



STEIGER, AOTTA CECILIA. 
A bum at heart, a play in three acts by 
Anita and Elaine Stelger. © Anita C. 
Steiger, Elaine K. Steiger; Ic 22Apr49; 
DU19703. 



STEIGER, Elaine Katherlne. 
A bum at heart. DU19703. 
Anita Cecilia. 



SEE Steiger, 



STEIN, GERTRUDE. 
Last operas and plays; ed. and with an 
introd, by Carl Van Vechten. New York, 
Rinehart [19491. 480 p. port. © Alice 
B. Toklas; 24Feb49; A30769. 

STEINBERG, Norma Margaret. 
Jerry Butterball (The baby cloud). 
DU19626. SEE Nicholson, Daniel 
Vernon. 

STEINHAUS, EVA KUNZMANN. 
Our church goes marching on, a pageant 
for the seventy -fifth anniversary of the 
founding of the Hyde Park Baptist Church 
in Chicago. [Chicago, 19491. 36 p. 
© Hyde Park Baptist Church; 9May49; 
DP20494. 



STEP right upl DU18584. 
Gerald Sheldon. 



SEE Herman, 



STEPHEN, pseud. 
Charles Neville. 



SEE Stephenson, 



STEPHENS, PETER JOHN. 
Broken song, a new play in three acts. 
© Peter John Stephens; Ic 10Jan49; 
DU18021. 

STEPHENSON, CHARLES NEVILLE. 
Opening nite, a musical farce in two acts. 
Book by Neville Charles [pseud, of Charles 
Neville Stephenson] music by Stephen 
[pseud, of Charles Neville Stephenson] 
© Charles Neville Stephenson; Ic bMay49; 
DU19891. 
Vacation time, a giant water ballet and 
musical revue for stadium or auditoriums. 
Book by Neville Charles [pseud, of Charles 
Neville Stephenson] music by Stephen 
[pseud, of Charles Neville Stephenson] 
© Charles Neville Stephenson; Ic 18Apr49; 
DU19638. 



STEPHENSON, SHIRLEY. 
How to get a male, a pantomimic skit. 
© Wetmore Declamation Bureau; lSep48; 
DP18376. 

STERN, ALAN. 
Easy listening; script for Mar. 24, 1949. 

© The Crosley Broadcasting Corp.; Ic 

25Mar49; C3520. 
Music please, an audition script. © The 

Crosley Broadcasting Corp.; Ic 7Apr49; 

C3553. 

EIN STERN fiir Viola. DU18297. SEE 
Fischer-Karwin, Heinz. 

STEVENS, LESLIE C. 
The clown prince, a farce-comedy in three 
acts. © Leslie C. Stevens; Ic 7Apr49: 
DU20469. 

STEVENSON, Robert Louis. 
Lodging for the night. DU19605, SEE 

Your Show Time (Television program) 
The treasure of Franchard. DU18525. 

SEE Your Show Time (Television 

program) 

STEWART, HORACE WINFRED. 
Hey! This is itl A musical play in two 
acts. [Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Horace Winfred Stewart; Ic 4Mar49; 
on revisions; DU19320, Prev. rag. "What 
a night," 5jun46; DU4250. 

STEWART, VIRGINIA HARDEN. 
Bowleg Bill, the sea-going cowboy; a dra- 
matic adaptation for radio or recording 
by Virginia Harden. Based on a story by 
Jeremiah Digges [pseud, of Josef Berger] 
© Virginia Harden Stewart; Ic 25Mar49; 
DU19243. 



STICK-in-the-Mud, the duck. DU18001. 
SEE Cartoon Teletales, Oct. 21, 1948. 

STIE GLITZ, PERRY J. 
A vase from China, a play in nine scenes. 
© Perry J. Stieglitz; Ic 14Mar49; 
DU19137. 

STILL, WILLIAM GRANT. 
Troubled island, an opera in three acts, 
by William Grant Still; libretto by Lang- 
ston Hughes. New York, Leeds Music 
Corp., cl949. 38 p. Text only. © Leeds 
Music Corp.: 31Mar49; DP19449, Prev. 
reg. 13Dec41; E unp. 278708. 

STIMULATE desire. C3213. SEE Maynard, 
Harold Bright. Master salesmanship. 



STIR crazy, 
Oswald. 



DU19618. SEE Kubly, Herbert 



STIRLING, NORA. 
The ins and outs, a play in one act. An 
American Theatre Wing Community Play. 
© Nora Stirling; 6Jun49; DP20327. 

STIRTON, ALFRED LEROY. 
Lost freedom, a short story. © Alfred L. 
Stirton; Ic 4Feb49; DU18702. 

STOCK, Caroline, pseud. SEE Ritter, 
Irene. 

STOCKTON, Frank Richard. 
The lady or the tiger? DU19007. SEE 
Your Show Time (Television program) 



STOLEN glory. DU20361. 
Christian, no, 547. 

STOLEN horses. DU19037. 
Ranger, no. 2509-1734. 



SEE Dr. 



SEE The Lone 



STOLIKER, J. FRED. 
Smoke— why? Paper read before the 
meeting of the Appleton Section of the 
National Association of Power Engi- 
neers, Feb. 3, 1949. © J. Fred Stoliker; 
Ic 7Mar49; C3414. 

STONE, Gene. SEE The Great Gilder- 
sleeve (Radio program) 

STONE, JAMES FLOYD. 

The grapevine, a comedy for girls in 
three acts. Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge 
Entertainment House [1948]. 72 p. (An 
Eldridge 3-act play) © Eldridge Enter- 
tainment House, Inc.; 29Sep48; DP18629. 

The honeymoon is over, a farce comedy 
in three acts. Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge 
Entertainment House [1948, cl947] 77 p. 
illus. (An Eldridge 3-act play) 
© Eldridge Entertainment House, inc.; 
2Sep48- DP18636. 

Timmie s double date, a nonsensical farce 
in tliree acts. Boston, Drama Guild 
Publishers [1948]. 93 p. Illus. © Drama 
Guild Publishers; lDec48; DP17839. 

STONE In the road. DU19470. SEE Billie 
the Brownie, no. 16, 

THE STONE wall. DU20221. SEE Roland, 
George. 

STOP THE MUSIC (Radio program) Scripts 
in this series are by Howard Connell. 
© Louis G. Cowan, inc. 

© Ic 6jan49; C3239. 
© Ic 14jan49; C3264. 

© Ic 19Jan49; C3276. 

© Ic 25Jan49; C3282. 

© Ic lFeb49; C3305. 

© Ic 8Feb49; DU18435. 
. © Ic 16Feb49; DU18575. 
. © Ic 23Feb49; DU18718, 
. © Ic lMar49; DU18818. 

© Ic 14Mar49; DU19107. 
© Ic 15Mar49; 



42. Jan, 2, 1949. 

43. Jan. 9, 1949, 

44. Jan. 16, 1949. 

45. Jan. 23, 1949. 

46. Jan. 30, 1949. 

47. Feb. 6, 1949. 

48. Feb. 13, 1949. 

49. Feb. 20, 1949. 

50. Feb. 27, 1949. 

51. Mar. 6, 1949. 

52. Mar. 13, 1949 
DU19131. 

53. Mar. 20, 1949 
DU19222. 



, © Ic 23Mar49; 



83 



54. Mar. 27, 1949. © Ic 30Mar49; DU19315. 

55. Apr. 3, 1949. © Ic 5Apr49; DU19417. 

56. Apr. 10, 1949. © Ic 13Apr49; DU19547. 

57. Apr, 17, 1949. © Ic 20Apr49; DU19640. 

58. Apr. 24, 1949. © Ic 27Apr49; DU19771. 

59. May 1, 1949. © Ic 4May49; DU19871. 

60. May 8, 1949. © Ic 10May49; DU19931. 

61. May 15, 1949. © Ic 16May49; DU20035. 

62. May 22, 1949. © Ic 25May49; DU20151. 

63. May 29, 1949. © Ic ljun49; DU20227. 

64. June 5, 1949. © Ic 9Jun49; DU20300. 

65. June 12, 1949. © Ic 14jun49; DU^0389. 

66. June 19, 1949. © Ic 22jun49; DU20480. 

67. June 26, 1949. © Ic 29Jun49; DU20571. 

STOP THE MUSIC (Television program) 
Scripts In this series are by Howard Con- 
nell. © Louis G. Cowan, Inc. 

1. May 5, 1949. © Ic 10May49; DU19932. 

2. May 12, 1949. © Ic 16May49; DU19991, 

3. May 19, 1949. © Ic 25May49; DU20150. 

4. May 26, 1949. © Ic ljun49; DU20226. 

5. June 2, 1949. © Ic 9Jun49; DU20299. 

6. June 9, 1949. © Ic 14jun49; DU20388. 

7. June 16, 1949. © Ic 22jun49; DU20479, 

8. June 23, 1949, © Ic 29jun49; DU20570, 



STOP the script, C3586. 
C, Leonard. 



SEE Williams, 



STOREY, VIOLET ALLEYN. 
Iron lace, an original radio drama based 
on the life of Micaela Almonester de 
Pontalba. © Violet AUeyn Storey; Ic 
llMay49; DU19935, 
A man miscalled a miser, an original 
radio drama. © Violet Alleyn Storey; 
Ic 7Apr49; DU19459, 



STORIES of escape. DU17783, 
Fishburn, Alan M. 



SEE 



THE STORM, DU19544, SEE Studio One, 
Nov, 7, 1948, 

STORM of passage. SEE McGlII, Jerry. 
Birds of passage. DU20329. 

STORM over picnic. DU20019. SEE 
The Green Hornet, no. 943, 

A STORY for a Sunday evening, DU20371, 
SEE Crabtree, Paul, 

THE STORY of Anna. DP18727. SEE 
Wells, Virginia, 

THE STORY of gasoline, SEE Fairbanks 
(Jerry) inc. The Inside story of modern 
gasoline, DU18785, 



THE STORY of Hezeklah, DP20452, 
They Lived the Word, no, 8, 



SEE 



THE STORY of Jacob A, Rlls, DP19371, 
SEE Denker, Henry. 

THE STORY of John Milton's "Paradise 
lost," DU19930. SEE Malek, Stanley J. 

THE STORY of Joseph Cardinal Mindszenty, 
DU19514, SEE Elcks, Jean. 

THE STORY of Judith. DP20451. SEE 
They Lived the Word, no. 7, 



THE STORY of Lazarus, DP19915. 
They Lived the Word, no, 6, 



SEE 



THE STORY of the cross. 
Parker, Thelma M. 



DP19268. SEE 



THE STORY of the frog and the ox. SEE 
Lindner. Gladys. The land of the fable. 
DU19608. 

STOUGHTON, Roy Spauldlng. 
Once in a thousand years. DU18038. SEE 
Blake, Sarah Swan (Weld). 

STOWSAND, IDA MARIE. 
The woodbees; radio script by Elver 
Merdon [pseud.] © Mrs. Ida M. Stowsand; 
Ic 9May49; DU19245. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE STRANGE adventures of Cuddles and 
Tuckie. DU20136. SEE Williams, 
Frances Royster. 



A STRANGE duel. 
Charles Lester. 



DU19853. SEE Yoder, 



STRANGE triangle. DU18642. SEE Bauer, 
Bela. 



STRANGER in the womb. DU17968. 
Knight, Clarence Bernhardt. 



SEE 



THE STRANGER of the Kremlin, DU19013, 
SEE Dymow, Ossip, 

STRAUS, JULIA BLOCK. 
Early stage, nine dramatic sketches for 

children, by Julia Bloch. © Julia Bloch 

Straus- Ic 21Mar49: DU19442. 
Tommy s dream, a play in one act. 

© Julia Bloch Straus; Ic 25Feb49; 

DU18898. 

STRAUSS, JOHANN. 

The bat (Die Fledermaus); operetta in three 
acts by Johann Strauss, Lyrics translated 
froni the original German of Richard 
Genee by Ruth and Thomas Martin, [Text 
only] © Ruth Kelley Martin, Thomas 
Philipp Martin; Ic 7Jun49; on revisions; 
DU20393. Prev. reg. 25Aug42; DU81783. 

The bat (Die Fledermaus); operetta In three 
acts by Johann Strauss. Book translated 
from the original German of Richard 
Genee by Ruth and Thomas Martin and 
Larry Bolton. [Text only] © Ruth Martin, 
Thomas Martin, Larry Bolton; Ic 29Jun49; 
on revisions; DU20575. Prev. reg, 
25Aug42; DU81783. 

The gypsy baron [a romantic opera in three 
acts; libretto by Ignaz Schnitzer based 
upon Moi Jol^i s "Saffi," music by Johann 
Strauss] Revised lyrics by Ruth and 
Thomas Martin. [Text of revised lyrics 
only] © Boosey & Hawkes, inc.; Ic 
31May49; DU20282. 

STRAVINSKllf, IG9R' FEDOROVICH. 

Oedipus rex, opera-oratorio en deux actes 
d'apres Sophocle, par Igor Strawinsky 
et Jean Cocteau, [Anglais traduction par 
E. E. Cummings; text mis en Latin par 
J. Danielou] Partition d'orchestre. Nouv. 
version. London, New York, Edition 
Russe de Muslque, Boosey & Hawkes [1949] 
144 p. illus. French and English text. 
Words to music in Latin, © Boosey & 
Hawkes, inc.; 18Mar49; DP19162. Prev. 
reg. 60ct27; E unp. 684649. 

The rake's progress, an opera in three 
acts by Igor Stravinslcy. Libretto by 
W. H. Auden and Chester Kallman. [Text 
and music on separate leaves. Act I only] 
© Boosey & Hawkes, inc.; Ic 23Feb49; 
DU18957. 

THE STRAW. DPI 8731. SEE Kagan, Ben. 

STRAWINSKY, Igor. SEE Stravinskii, 
Igor' Fedorovich. 

STREAMS of black gold. C3375. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

STREET, Leon, SEE Marsan, Jean., 

STREET & Smith Publications, inc. SEE 
Nick Carter, Master Detective (Radio 

program) 
The Shadow (Radio program) 

THE STREET with no name. DUt8799. 
SEE Lux Raalo Theatre, Jan, 31, 1949, 

THE STRENGTH of ten. DU20294, SEE 
Crafton, Jessica Royer. 

STRIKER, Francis. SEE 
The Challenge of the Yukon (Radio pro- 
gram) 
The Green Hornet (Radio program) 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 

THE STROLLING players. DU17821. SEE 
Bachrach, Ruth Barclay. 



STROMBERG, Hunt. 
(Radio program) 



SEE Prowl Car 



STRCBE, Hermann. 
Das Schloss Durande. DP18824. 
Schoeck, Othmar. 



SEE 



STRUM, MAURICE. 
This human comedy, a comedy in three 
acts by J. Maury Strum [pseud.] © Maurice 
Strum; Ic 25Apr49; on revisions; DU19697. 
Prev. reg. "The devil to pay;" 21Sep48; 
DU16401, 

STUART, AIMEE (McHARDY) 
Lady from Edinburgh- a comedy in two acts, 
by Aimee Stuart and L, Arthur Rose. 
London, S. French l'1948] 95 p. illus. ' 
(French's acting edition, no. 343) 
© Samuel French ltd,; 16Aug48; DP19177. 
Prev. reg. 25Sep45; D unp. 95263. 



STUART, Kenn, pseud. 
Kenneth Norman. 



SEE Stubbs, 



STUBBS, Kay Albert. 
I'm blossoming. DU19856. SEE Teasley, 

Gerri Farrar. 
The return to Fableland, DU20290. 

Teasley, Gerri Farrar, 



SEE 



STUBBS, KEN^TETH NORMAN. 

A crowd always gathers, a play in three 
acts, by Kenn Stuart [pseud.] © Kenneth 
Norman Stubbs; Ic 14Mar49; DU19138. 

Descent into Eden, a comedy in three acts 
by Kenn Stuart [pseud.] © Kenneth 
Norman Stubbs; Ic 14Apr49; DU19579. 

STUDIO ONE (Radio program) Scripts in 
this series are by various authors. 
© Columbia Broadcasting System, inc. 

Mar. 30, 1948. Babbitt, by Agnes Eckhardt, 
An adaptation of the novel by Sinclair 
Lewis. © Ic 12Apr49; DU19543. 

STUDIO ONE (Television program) Scripts 
in this series are by various authors. 
© Columbia Broadcasting System, inc. 

Nov. 7, 1948. The storm, by Worthington 
Miner. An adaptation of the short story 
by McNight Malmar. © Ic 12Apr49; 
t)U19544. 

May 1, 1949. Julius Caesar, adapted by 
Worthington Miner from the play by 
William Shakespeare. © Ic 13May49; 
DU19966. 



STUDIO U. S. A. 
Alan. 



DU20473. SEE Dreyfuss, 



STUFFED dates. DU19549. SEE Aldrich 
family, no. 492. 

THE STUFFED shirt, DP18506. SEE 
Martens, Anne (Coulter) 

STUHL, DOROTHY MAXWELL. 
The gimmick, a play in four acts by 
Dorothy Stuhl and James McClure. 
© Dorothy Maxwell Stuhl, James N. 
McClure; Ic 8Apr49; DU19463. 

STURM, JUSTIN. 
Angel in the rough, a comedy in three acts. 
© Justin Sturm; ic 29Apr49; on revisions; 
DU19810, Prev. r^, 150ct41; D unp. 
77772. 

STYRIA-Filmgesellschaft M.B.H. 
Fregola. DU17825. SEE Robbeling, 
Harald. 

SUBSTITUTE ranger. DU20545. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2558-1783. 

SUBSTITUTION promotes competition. 
DU20185. SEE Keeping Up With the 
Wigglesworths, no. 124. 

SUBWAY rhapsody. DU17994. SEE 
Hirsch, Samuel. 

SUCEVIC-Keller, Klementine. SEE 
Suchewitz-Keller, Klementine. 

84 



SUCHEWITZ-KELLER, KLEMENTINE. 
Wie sag' ich's meiner Frau? Komodie 
in drei Akten. © Theaterverlag Eirich 
Ges. m.b.H.; Ic 19Apr48; DU18984. 

SUDDEN romance. DU18065. SEE Hunter, 
Helen. 

SUDERMANN, Hermann, 
A confession on New Year's eve. DU19006. 
SEE Your Show Time (Television pro- 
gram) 

SUENO de una noche de agosto. SEE 
Martinez Sierra, Gregorio. Love comes 
in August. DU20143. 

SUFFERING Sarah. DP17837. SEE Kurtz, 
C. Gordon, 

SUGAR and spice. DU18443. SEE Breton, 
J. Robert. 

SUGG, ALFRED ROSCO. 
August God, a play in one act. Part 1 of 
Fetish, a trilogy. © Alfred R. Sugg; Ic 
9Feb49; DU18458. 

SUHRBIER, ARTHUR CHARLES, 
Lecture course in bank auditing. [Outline] 
© Arthur Charles Suhrbler; Ic 4May49; 
C3654. 



THE SmCIDE letter. DU20532. 
The Sheriff, no. 246. 



SEE 



SULLA, der Gliickliche. DU18049. SEE 
Peroutka, Ferdinand. 

THE SULTAN'S dilemma. DU20085. SEE 
Reinburg, Annabelle Moore. 

SULZBERGER, MAY. 
And heaven sings, a musical phantasy in 
three scenes by Mae Caro [pseud,] 
© Mae Caro (marriage name: May Sulz- 
berger); Ic 14Jan49; on revisions; 
DU18046, Prev. reg. "Charming Carol 
Mae"; 26Apr48; D14173. 

SUMMER and smoke. DPI 8707. SEE 
Williams, Tennessee. 



SUMMER replacement, DU18554. 
First Nighter, Nov. 11, 1948. 



SEE 



SUMMERS, CAMILLA McLAREN. 
Everything's on ice! A farce in three acts. 
Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Entertainment 
House [1948]. 96 p. (An Eldridge 
3-act play) © Eldridge Entertainment 
House, inc.; 24Sep48; DP18632, 



SUNBEAM Corporation. 
Sunbeam Shavemaster TV commercials. 
DU18384. SEE Wilding Picture Pro- 
ductions, inc. 

SUNBEAM Shavemaster TV commercials. 
DU18384. SEE Wilding Picture Produc- 
tions, inc. 

SUNBEAM Shavemaster television shorts, 
DU20102. SEE Wilding Picture Produc- 
tions, inc. 

THE SUNBEAM toaster. DU18992, DU19008. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

SUNDELOF-ASBRAND, KARIN. 
The old district school (with musical back- 
ground) by Karin Asbrand. Boston, 
Baker's Plays [1949] 23 p, (Baker's 
edition of plays) Text only. © Walter H. 
Baker Co.; 16Jun49; DP20453. 

SUNSHINE and running water. DU18647. 
SEE Kelly, Russell Anthony. 



THE SUPERIOR sex. DU19845. 
Anthony, Victor. 



SEE 



SUPERVIELLE, JULES. 
Robinson, comedie en trois actes. [Paris] 
GalUmard [1948]. 182 p. © Librairie 
Gallimard; 15Nov48; DP18020. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



SUPERVIELLE, JULES. Cont'd, 
Sheherazade, comedle en trols actes. 
[Paris] Galllmard [19491. 181 p. 
® Librairle Galllmard; I5Mar49; 
DP19816. 
Le voleur d'enfants, comedle en trols 
actes et un epilogue. [Paris] Galllmard 
[1949]. 209 p. © Llbralrie Galllmard; 
15Mar49; DP19818. 

SUPPLEMENTARY comments on the assim- 
ilation of gaming elements to the quiz 
pattern. C3566. SEE MacLeod, William 
Christie. 

SURE Doc. DU17883. SEE Morse, Donald 
Hartman. 

SURPRISE for Red Dolan. DU19035. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2511-1736. 

SURPRISE party. DU20072. SEE Aldrich 
Family, no. 498. 

THE SURPRISE play. DU18176. SEE 
The Adventures of Frank Merriwell, 
no. 113. 

SUSAN and the elders. DU18387. SEE 
Hess, Mary Brim, 

SUSKI (Thaddeus) Productions, Television 
Division, inc. 

Hold that camera. DP19607. SEE 
Kneeland, Edward S. 

THE SUSPENDED sword. DU20358. SEE 
The Sheriff, no. 244. 

SUSPICIOUS cargo. DU17982. SEE Little 
Herman, no, 3. 

SUTTON, JOHN ROGER. 
Samuel Karen, Esquire; a play in three 
acts. © John Roger Sutton; Ic 7Apr49; 
DU19465. 

SUTTON, Thomas, pseud. SEE Reach, 
James. 

SUTTON, VANITA. 

Tobaccy Road— with detours, a burlesque 
melodrama in two scenes, FranJilin, 
Ohio, Eldridge Entertainment House 
[1948] C1947. 16 p. (Eldridge Enter- 
tainment House, Inc.; 20Sep48; DP18635. 

Too much Christmasl A Christmas farce 
in two scenes. Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge 
Entertainment House, cl948. 34 p. 
(Eldridge Christmas entertainments) 
© Eldridge Entertainment House, inc.; 
16Sep48; DP18634. 

SUZY Popover and the man in the moon. 
C3482. SEE Bercovici, Bernard S. 

SWEET, Benjamin C. SEE They Lived the 
Word (Radio program) 

SWIFT, David. 
Manhattan rain. DU19521. SEE First 
Nighter, Mar. 17, 1949, 

SWIFT, Newton. 
Once In a thousand years. DU18038, 
SEE Blake, Sarah Swan (Weld,) 

SWIFT and Company. 
Any day In the year. C3439. SEE Handy 

(Jam) Organization, Inc. 
Let her help you sell C3440, SEE 

Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
The reasons why! C3441. SEE Handy 

(Jam) Organization, inc. 

SWING low, DU18417. SEE White, Barbara 
Jean. 

THE SWISS Santa Claus. C3380. SEE The 
Voice of Christmas, no. 5. 

A SWITCH of salt. DU18154. SEE The 
Green Hornet, no. 907. 

A SWORD In the house, DU17875. SEE 
Keene, Eugene Harrison. 



SYLVAINE, VERNON. 
One wild oat, a farce In three acts, 
© Vernon Sylvalne; Ic 10Jan49; DU18623, 

SYLVERN, HENRY. 
Goldilocks and the three bears. DU19668. 

SEE Cott Ted, 
Jack and the beanstalk, DU19666. SEE 

Cott, Ted. 
Pinocchio goes to school, a dramatico- 

muslcal composition by Hank Sylvern, 

[Text and music on separate leaves] 

© Allentown Record Co., inc.; Ic 

21Apr49; DU19665. 
The shoemaker and the elves, a dramatlco- 

muslcal composition by Hank Sylvern. 

[Text and music on separate leaves] 

© Allentown Record Co., Inc.; Ic 2IApr49; 

DU19669. 
The three little pigs. DU19667. SEE 

Cott, Ted, 

SYMONDS, John William. 
Carryall scraper lubrication. C3509. 

SEE Klewit (Peter) Sons' Company. 
Chevrolet truck lubrication. C350B. SEE 

Kiewlt (Peter) Sons' Company, 
Preventive maintenance of construction 

equipment. C3470. SEE Kiewlt (Peter) 

Sons' Company. 

SYNTHETIC PLASTICS SALES COMPANY, 
Circus, the biggest show in town. [Record- 
ing script] © Synthetic Plastics Sales 
Co.; Ic 20May49; DU20140, 

THE SYRACUSAN women of Theocritus, 
DP20391. SEE Theocritus. 

A SZERENCSE medalia. SEE^ Ballnt, Mar- 
garet Maria Jolan. Az ujsagarus flu, 
DU18505. 



TV boners, DU19391. SEE Tlmln, Carl L, 

TABLE for two. DU20271. SEE Booth, 
Phrya Hecker. 

TAFFEL, Bess. SEE Your Show Time 
(Television program) 

TAGGART, TOM. 

A day in June, a comedy In three acts. 
New York City, S. French [1949]. 100 p, 
illus. © Samuel French; 3lMay49; 
DP20334. 

Heart trouble, a comedy In three acts, by 
Robert Kean [pseud.] New York, 
S. French [19481. 90 p. Illus. © Samuel 
French; 3(Jt>ec48; DP17955. 

The Importance of being important, a comedy 
in three acts. New York, S. French [1948], 
88 p. illus. © Samuel French; 31Dec48; 
DP 179 53. 

Lily, the felon's daughter; a gay nineties 
melodrama In three acts. New York, 
S. French [19491. 79 p. Illus. © Samuel 
French; 22Mar49; DP19532. 

TAGGER, THEODOR, 
Historlsche Draman [von] Ferdinand 
Bruckner [pseud.] Elisabeth von England, 
Tlmon, Herolsche Komodle. Wlen, 
Schonbrunn-Verlag, 1948. 366 p. (His 
Dramatlsche Werke) © Ferdinand 
Bruckner; Sep48; DP19373. 

TAKE It from "Bound-to-Happen O'Hoolahan." 
DU18078. SEE Wilding Picture Productions 
Inc. 

TAKE Monday, too. DU19789. SEE Barr, 
Robert MarshalL 

TAKE the day offl DU18620. SEE Rlfkln, 
Wallace Esy, 

TALES for tiny tots. C3633, SEE Copeland, 
Dotte Bergen, 

TALES of the Redman, DU20124. SEE 
Golden Eagle. 



TALES out of school. DU19630. 
Ware, Wilson Peterson. 



SEE 



TALLER than she. DU19923, SEE 
Aldrich Family, no. 496. 

TAMAS, HELEN. 
Fashion clinic, a one-act play for radio 
and television. © Helen Tamas; Ic 
17Dec48; DU18444. 



TAMING the brat. 
Earl Louis. 



DP19944. SEE Russell, 



T'ANG, Wen Shun, 
The wandering dragon. SEE Seldon, Samuel. 
International folk plays, DP20078, 

TANl, FREDERICK SATORU, 
The brave new tomorrow, a play in three 
acts. © Frederick Satoru Tani; Ic 
17Jan49; DU18504. 

TANZ Im Thermldor. DU18293, SEE 
Marwltz, Roland, 

TARANTULA. SEE Selden, SamueL Inter- 
national folk plays. DP20078. 

TARPLEY, KENNETH JACKSON. 
The adventure of the sleepwalking turtle, 
by Ken and Vera Tarpley. Script no. 8 
In the radio series Alice in Animal 
Wonderland. © Kenneth Jackson Tarpley, 
Vera Chamberlain Tarpley; Ic 21Mar49; 
DU19186. 

TARPLEY, Vera Chamberlain. 
The adventure of the sleepwalking turtle. 
DU19186. SEE Tarpley, Kenneth Jackson. 

TASHJLAN, VAHAN. 
The linden tree, a radio play. Boston. 
Baker's Plays [1949]. 22 p. (Baker's 
royalty plays) © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
22Jun49; DP20523. 

TAUBES, FRANK. 
If you don't weaken, a play In three acts. 
© Frank Taubes; Ic 25jan49; DU18129, 

TAUSSIG, STEFAN SIMON. 
Wanted: a father; a satire in three acts by 
Stefan Taussig. Translated from the 
Italian by Betty Hartwell. © Stefan 
Taussig; Ic 27Apr49; DU19955. 

TAWNY-L. DU18676. SEE Finkelstein, 
Ida A. 

TAYLOR, MARGARET NORTON. 
Now I've heard everything, a comedy In 
three acts. © Mrs. Margaret Norton 
Taylor; Ic 9Mar49; DU19021. 

TAYLOR, Marlon Lee. 
The mystery of "Ivan, the Terrible." 
DU18870, DU19094, DU19309. SEE 
Behrend, Franz Helnrich. 



TAYLOR, Raymond Thompson. 
The Twltchet little show. DU20379. 
Glennon, John O'Leary. 



SEE 



TAYLOR, SAMUEL. 
Wesley. [Sample television program] 
© Samuel Taylor; Ic 13Apr49; DUldSSO. 

TAYLOR, TREVENEN JOHNS. 
Tide pool life. Narration [to accompany 
fllmj Elementary ed, © Trevenen Johns 
Taylor; Ic 19Jan49; C3474. 

TEAL, VAL, 
With sirens blowing, a play In three acts. 
© Val Teal; Ic 17Jan49; DU18066. 

TEASLEY, GERRI FARRAR. 

I'm blossoming, a musical comedy In two 
acts by Gerrl Teas ley and Kay Albert 
Stubbs. [Text only] © Gerrl Farrar 
Teasley, Kay Albert Stubbs; Ic 3May49; 
DU19856. 

The return to Fableland, a musical play In 
two acts by Gerrl and Jeritza Teasley. 



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TEASLEY, GERRI FARRAR. Cont'd 
Songs by Kay Albert Stubbs. [Text and 
music on separate leaves] © Gerri 
Teasley, Jeritza Teasley, Kay Albert 
Stubbs; Ic 8Jun49; DU20290. 



TEASLEY, Jeritza Marie. 
The return to Fableland. DU20290. 
Teasley, Gerri Farrar. 



SEE 



THE TEEN-ager. DU19691. SEE Phillips, 
Ruby Hart. 

TEICH, Lawrence E. SEE Billie the 
Brownie (Radio program) 

TELEADVENTURE lines. DU19306. SEE 
Line, Francis Raymond. Television scripts. 

TELE -FLYING. C3729. SEE Noonan, 
Thomas Henry. 

TELEMAG. DU20069. SEE Siegel, Marc M. 

TELE -QUIZ time. DU18663. SEE Lankton, 
Robert Earl. 

THE TELERAMA COMPANY. 
Headliners and sideliners; produced for 
television. Sample program by Robert 
Bell, Milton Bernard Lederman, Edward 
Isaacs, and William Kohler. © The 
Telerama Co.; 14Feb49; DP19143. 



TELE -STORY. 
Augustus. 



C3483. SEE Ryan, Quin 



TELETRAVEL. DU19305. SEE Line, 
Francis Raymond. Television scripts. 

TELEVISION. C3480. SEE Perkins, Lewis 
Bryant. 



TELEVISION formats. 
Moser, Marie. 



DU18786. SEE 



TELEVISION shorts. DU18383. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

TELEVISION spots. DU18385. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

TELL me the story of Christmas. C3377. 
SEE The Voice of Christmas, no. 2. 

THE TELL-TALE heart. DU18767. SEE 
The Actor's Studio, no. 22. 

TELL the facts. C3214. SEE Maynard, 
Harold Bright. Master salesmanship. 

TELL your own fortune. DU19839. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

TEMPLETON, MRS. CLAIBORNE. 
Adventures in Atom Space Land, a fantastic 
farce with songs and dances for children. 
[Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Mrs. Claiborne Templeton; Ic 13jan49; 
DU18501. 

THE TEMPTATION. SEE 
Ritter, Irene. DU19223. 
Silvius, Gilbert G. Song stories. DU18037. 

THE TENDERFEET. DU20030. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2547-1772. 

TENNESSEE'S partner. SEE Heathcote, 
Alfred Fischer. The outcasts of Poker 
Flat. DU19228. 

THE TENOR. DU18526. SEE Your Show 
Time (Television program) 

TERKEL, LOUIS. 

Peg's house, a play in three acts. © Louis 
Terkel; Ic 25Feb49; DU18817. 

TERRE-neuve. DP20034. SEE Pignero, 
Edgar. 

TERRIBLE Terry O'Toole. DU20125. SEE 
Hennessy, Edward William. 



THE TEST game. DU20277. SEE 
The Adventures of Frank Merriw ell, no. 133. 

TETARD. DU18519. SEE Castro Fernandez, 
Hector Alfredo. 

TEXARKANA. DU18939. SEE Morrissey, 
Will James. 

THE TEXAS all state hiU billy band contest. 
C3544. SEE Hoyt, Noyce Clement. 

TEXAS tideland oil property plan for Texas. 
C3352. SEE Hutchison, Charles Burrow. 

THADDEUS Suski Productions, Television 
Division, inc. SEE Suski (Thaddeus) 
Productions, Television Division, inc. 

THAMAR. DP17798. SEE Hager, Franziska. 

THANKSGIVING duck. DU18750. SEE 
Aldrich Family, no. 474. 

THAT little difference. DU18406. SEE 
Lieberman, Sidney. 

THAT old chestnut. DU18691. SEE Arden, 
Julie. 

THAT state of life. DPI 8102. SEE Morris, 
Thomas Baden. 

THAT which is gone astray. DU19393. SEE 
The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 104. 

THAT wonderful urge. DU20091. SEE Lux 
Radio Theatre, Mar. 21, 1949. 

THAT'S my lawyer. DU18171. SEE Segel, 
Tess Laya. 

THAT'S the spirit! DU20454. SEE Rose, 
Irwin. 

THAYER, RICHARD DUDLEY. 
Continental transmitting — analyzed and 
specialized. [Lecture] © Richard 
Dudley Thayer; Ic 161^ar49; C3524. 

THEATERVERLAG Eirich Ges. m.b.H. 
Aphrodite 1st meine Frau. DU18286, SEE 

Menzel, Hanns. 
Don Juan liquidiert. DU18299. SEE 

Koch-Gaarden, Otto. 
Die Entscheidung. DU18290. SEE Haupt- 

mann, Franz. 
Hilfe, wir werden verjiingt; Oder, Alice 

und der Weltprasident. DU18298. SEE 

Fliir, Josef. 
Der Kapellmeister Dr. Durchlaucht. 

DU18294. SEE Lessen, Curt von. 
Lavendel. DU18289. SEE Schuppler, 

Bruno. 
Lied aus der Vorstadt. DU18985. SEE 

Fraser, Georg. 
Melodie aus Paris. DU18296. SEE 

Fischer-Karwin, Heinz. 
Der rote Salon. DU18445. SEE Kremser, 

Rudolf. 
Sieben sind verdachtig. DU18291. SEE 

Leonhardt, Hans Walter. 
Spitzbuben. DU18287. SEE Menzel, Hanns. 
Ein Stern fur Viola. DU18297. SEE 

Fischer-Karwin, Heinz. 
Tanz im Thermidor. DU18293. SEE 

Marwitz, Roland. 
Tip auf Amalia. DU18292. SEE Gottwald, 

Fritz. 
Verliebtes Dreleck. DU18288. SEE 

Fiissel. Franz. 
Wie sag ich's meiner Frau? DU18984. 

SEE Suchewitz-Keller, Klementine. 
Wiener Luft, DU18295. SEE Krisch, 

Carlo. 

THEATERVERLAG Reiss A.G. 
Haben. DU18051. SEE Hay, Julius. 
Der Regenbogen. DU18052. SEE Gressieker, 

Hermann. 
Sulla, der Glueckliche. DU18049. SEE 

Peroutka, Ferdinand. 
SEE ALSO Reiss, Kurt. 

THfiATRE, t. 1-2. DP19270, DP19819. 
SEE Cocteau, Jean. 

86 



THfiATRE de poche. DP20287. SEE 
Cocteau, Jean. 



THEATRE ticket. DU19883. 
Family, no. 495. 



SEE Aldrich 



THEIBERT, Philip Richard. 
Who? What? Where? When? DU18585. 
SEE Friedrick, Frank Robert. 

THEIL, LEON S. 
Sand in her shoes, a play in three acts. 
© Leon S. Theil; Ic 17Mar49; DU19157. 



THEIR first Thanksgiving. DP 18028. 
Berson, Lillian. 



SEE 



THEOCRITUS. 
The Syracusan women of Theocritus, an 
acting version of the fifteenth idyl. Tr. 
into rhymed couplets and lyric stanzas 
by Herbert Newell Couch. Providence, 
Brown Univ., 1949. 13 p. © Herbert 
NeweU Couch; lljun49; DP20391. 



THEORY of instrumentation. C3724. 
Greenfield, Moses A. 



SEE 



THERE are qualities in Dr. Tichenor's that 
you will not find in any other antiseptic. 
C3760. SEE Brinckerhoff, Elbert 
Vermilye. 



THERE Cometh Immanuel. DU18942. 
Chidsey, Alan Lake. 



SEE 



THERE she blowsl DU18463 
Jay. 



THERE she goes. 
Charles. 



SEE Williams, 
DP18607. SEE George, 



THERE'LL come a day. SEE Hale, Ruth. 
Goodbye, Hollywood. DP20103. 

THERE 'S a flame in my heart. DU20533. 
SEE The Sheriff, no. 247. 

there's a new wind blowing. DU19890. 
SEE Chanslor, Roy. 

THESE golden days. DP20527. SEE Gage, 
Sophie. 



THEY also served. 
Elsie Duncan. 



DP18835. SEE Yale, 



THEY call me a delinquent. DU20252. 
SEE Stanley, Lorena May. 

THEY LIVED THE WORD (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series of original dramas 
are by Benjamin C. Sweet. © Radio Church 
Associates, inc. 

6. The story of Lazarus. © 22Apr49; 
DP19915. 

7. The story of Judith. © 3May49; DP20451. 
[8.1 The story of Hezekiah. © 3May49; 

DP20452. 

THEY rehearse. DP18375. SEE Denney, 
Marie K. 

THIERRY, JAMES FRANCIS. 
The pen and the sword, a screenplay. 
© James Francis Thierry; Ic 17Jan49; 
DU18047, 

THE THING beyond. DU18434. SEE Mallan, 
Lloyd. 

THINGS for Sticky Bill to do. DU19423. 
SEE First Nighter, Feb. 3, 1949. 

THE THIRTEENTH god. DU19602. SEE 
Gerson, Richard Merrit. 



THIRTY lashes. C3667. 
Raymond James. 



SEE Boyles, 



THIRTY minutes at the county fair. DP20463. 
SEE Martin, Gertrude Graves. 

THIRTY minutes to go— time bomb. DU19332. 
SEE Wisbar, Frank. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



THIS human comedy. 
Strum, Maurice. 



DU19697. SEE 



THIS is My commandment. DU18B21. 
SEE The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 99. 



THIS is no dream. 
Marion, Ira. 



DU19291. SEE 



THOMAS Aquinas, Saint. 
The treatise on law. SEE What Do You 
Think? Is it a crime to start a war? 
C3320. 

THOMAS, GEOFFREY ARDEN. 
The little dog laughed, a comedy in three 
acts. London, S. French [1948]. 78 p. 
illus. (French's acting edition, no. 2034) 
© Samuel French ltd.; lDec48; DP17966. 

THOMAS, HELEN. 
Tipple and me, a musical play based on 
Edwina's cartoon "Tipple. Book and 
lyrics by Helen Thomas, music by Helen 
Thomas and Robert Thomas. [Text 
only] © Helen Thomas; Ic 25jan49; 
DU18941. 

THOMAS, Robert. 
Tippie and me. DU18941, SEE Thomas, 
Helen. 

THOMAS, WILLIAM FRAZIER. 
Coffee at the Clover Club, an interview 
type radio or television show. [Sample 
script] © William Frazier Thomas; Ic 
8Apr49; C3560. 

THOMPSON Q. Walter) Co. SEE 
Lux Radio Theatre (Radio program) 

THORMAHLEN, FRED L. 
The junior baseball league of the air. 
[Sample radio script] © Fred L. Thor- 
mahlen; Ic 24Nov48; C3444. 

THORNLEY, ALICE. 
Spinster's pie, a play in one act, by 
Romilly Maxfield [pseud.] London, 
S. French [1948]. 31 p. lUus. (French's 
acting edition, no. 2337) © Samuel 
French ltd,; 31Dec48; DP19597. 

THOSE who will not see. DU18174. SEE 
Robins, Edward H. 

THREE against one. DU19353, SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2525-1750. 

THREE against the sunrise. DU18309. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2485-1710. 

THE THREE hears. DU19564, SEE Lehr, 
Lew. 

THREE billy goats Gruff. DU19560. SEE 
Lehr, Lew. 

THREE blind dates. C3681. SEE Branchor, 
Ruth. 

THREE citizens from heaven. DU20446, 
DU20289. SEE Waldron, Robert. 

THREE fingers in the door. DP20134. SEE 
Metcalfe, Felicia. 

THREE for murder. DU19023. SEE The 
Sheriff, no. 231. 

THE THREE golden hairs. DU20568. SEE 
Let's Pretend, May 28, 1949. 

THE THREE joys. DU18682. SEE Garland, 
Mary Caldwell. 

THREE kisses. DU20439. SEE Lawler, 
Margretta Scott. 

THE THREE little pigs. DU19667. SEE 
Cott, Ted. 

THREE most useless ideas in articulation. 
C3596. SEE Page, Harry L. 



THREE o'clock. DU19515. SEE The 
Actor's Studio, no. 27. 

THE THREE pigs. DU19562. SEE Lehr, 
Lew. 

THE THREE -radical system. C3626. SEE 
Kuei, Chung-shu. 

THREE sprigs of bittersweet. DU20410. 
SEE Dr. Christian, no. 551. 

THREE terrible heads. DU20569. SEE 
Let's Pretend, June 18, 1949. 

THREE 'S a marriage. DU18949. SEE 
Babbage, Dorothy Joan. 

THROUGH many things. DU19554. SEE 
Holeton, Elizabeth Suzanne. 

THRUSH of the marshlands. DU19993. 
SEE Pitt, Hamilton. 

THUCYDIDES. 
De bello Peloponnesiaca. SEE What Do 
You Think? Is war necessary? C3501, 

THUMBELINA. DU18880, SEE Let's. 
Pretend, Feb. 26, 1949. 

THURBER, James. 
The lady in 142. SEE The Actor's 
Studio, no. 18, 

THY neighbor's wife. ^DU18921. SEE 
Roman -Or ozco, Jose. 

TIBALDI Chiesa, Mary. 
Der unsichtbare Weg (II cammino in- 
visibile) DP18710. SEE Malatesta, 
Luigi. 

TIC-tac-toe. DU18014. SEE Clamage, 
Elsie Fein. 

TICHENOR (G. H.) Antiseptic Company. 
Cajun Pete says. C3758. SEE Brincker- 

hoff, Elbert Vermilye. 
Keep your breath Tichenor fresh. C3759. 

SEE Brinckerhoff, Elbert Vermilye. 
There are qualities in Dr. Tichenor 's that 

you will not find in any other antiseptic, 

C3760. SEE Brinckerhoff, Elbert 

Vermilye. 

TICKET to Reno. DU18648. SEE Alison, 
Fletcher. 

THE TICKLISH acrobat. DU19796. SEE 
Hivnor, Robert Hanks. 

TIDE pool life. C3474, SEE Taylor, 
Trevenen Johns. 

THE TIDE runneth out. DU20070. SEE 
Lomax, Allen Christopher. 

THE TIDES of the heart. DU19323. SEE 
Corington, William John Curtis. 

THE TIGER of France— conversations with 
Clemenceau. SEE Williams, Wythe. Pere 
Victoire. DU17975. 

TILLIE and Dink in Square Land. DU20217. 
SEE Manchester, James Gordon. 

TIMBERLINE shack. DU19337. SEE 
Gardner, Ralph David. 

TIME. DP18372. SEE Salrin, Joe. 

TIME and love. DU18617. SEE Dr. 
Christian, no. 532. 

TIME and Mrs. Podbury. DP18826. SEE 
Pakington, Mary Augusta. 

TIME for action. C3621. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

TIME for Elizabeth. DP20062. SEE 
Krasna, Norman. 



TIME for living. DU18699. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

TIME marches back. DU18771. SEE 
McKenna, Edwin Henry. 

TIME to televote. DU18643. SEE Grant 
Advertising, inc. 

TIMIN, CARL L. 
TV boners, a television series. Script 
no. 1. © Carl L. Timin; Ic 4Apr49; 
DU19391. 

TIMMIE 'S double date. DP17839. SEE 
Stone, James Floyd. 

TIMON. SEE Tagger, Theodor. Historische 
Draman. DP19373. 

TIMOTHY and the lion. DU19794. SEE 
Sheehan, William Francis. 

TIP auf Amalia. DU18292. SEE Gottwald, 
Fritz. 

TIPPIE and me, DU18941. SEE Thomas, 
Helen. 

TITUS, the turkey. DU18004. SEE Cartoon 
Teletales, Nov. 21, 1948. 

TO buy a star. DU18945. SEE Hill, Eola 
Mitchell. 

TO fetch a pail of water. SEE Rolnick, 
Jacob. Desire at the crossroads. 
DU18382. 



TO the promised land. DP20123. 
Brevda, Moses. 



SEE 



TO them that sit in darkness. DP20414. 
SEE Hawse, Elberta. 

TOBACCY Road— with detours. DP18635. 
SEE Sutton, Vanita. 

TOBIAS, JAY. 
Calling all Carrsl A frolicalamity in 
three howlarious acts. Boston, Drama 
Guild Publishers [1949] 144 p. © Drama 
Guild Publishers; 10Jan49; DP18090. 

TOEG, NORA. 
Patsy, an operetta-scenario for children. 

tText only] © Nora Toeg; Ic 24Feb49; 
)U18958. 

TOKLAS, Alice B. 
Last operas and plays. A30769. SEE 
Van Vechten, CarL 

TOM Osborne's original magic and tele- 
vision show, C3451, SEE Osborne, 
Thomas James, 

TOMBEOR Nostre Dame. SEE Christian, 
Sheldon. Our Lady's tumbler. DP18655. 

TOMMY'S dream. DU18898. SEE Straus, 
Julia Bloch. 

TOMORROW, DU19188. SEE Unger, 
Robert Louis. 

TOMORROW the wedding. DU19518. SEE 
Zukerman, Leonard Arthur. 

TOMPKINS, JOSEPH HERBERT. 

Ezee answers, an address for radio or 
television. © Joseph Herbert Tompkins; 
Ic 31May49; C3728, 

Simple arithmetic, an address for radio 
or television, © Joseph Herbert Tomp- 
kins; Ic 13May49; C3735. 

TONIGHT we graduate. DP20524. SEE 
Wilson, Robley C. 

TONIGHT'S the night, C3306, SEE Lovell, 
James Reynolds. 

TONY Farno had a farm, DU20312, SEE 
The Green Hornet, no, 949, 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



TONY Lavelli. C3512. SEE The 
American Way, no. C92. 

TOhfY Whatsamatta. DU18571. SEE 
Vallarelli, Frederick J. 

TONY Zale. C3742. SEE The American 
Way (Radio program) 

TOO Many Thumbs. DP19619, SEE 
Hivnor, Robert Hanks. 

TOO much Christmas. DP18634. SEE 
Sutton, Vanita. 

THE TOO plausible murder case. DU18841. 
SEE The Sheriff, no. 230. 

TOOLS of the trade, DU19506. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

TOPSY Turvy Lane. DU20443. SEE 
Schwarzman, Lena Jean Tripp. 

TOROSSIAU, Leon. SEE Troyat, Henri. 

TORPEE, the tortoise. DU20041. SEE 
Cartoon Teletales, Feb. 20, 1949. 

THE TORTOISE and the hare. DU19566. 
SEE Lehr, Lew. 

TOUCH all four to score. C3615. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

TOUGH guy. DU17836. SEE The Hour of 
St. Francis (Radio program) 

TOWNE, LLOYD. 
Toys in Dreamland, a play in one act. 
New York, School Plays, cl948. 8 p. 
© School Plays, inc.; lDec48; DP18029, 

TOWNLEY, Henrietta Holmes. 
Floral degree. Faith Chapter O.E.S. 
DU18677. SEE Townley, John. 

TOWNLEY, JOHN. 
Floral degree. Faith Chapter O.E.S.; a 
ritual prepared by the Rev. and Mrs. John 
Townley. 5 leaves. © Rev. and Mrs. 
John Townley; Ic 25Jan49; DU18677. 

THE TOY pistol. DU19254. SEE Dr. 
Christian, no. 539. 

TOY -time. DP19302. SEE Winant, Sylvia. 

TOYS in Dreamland. DP18029. SEE 
Towne, Lloyd. 

TRACY, ROYAL DANA. 
Winter harbor, a play in three acts. 
© Royal Dana Tracy; Ic 31Mar49; 
DU19322. 

TRADE -in tactics. DU19842. SEE Wild- 
ing Picture Productions, inc. 

TPtADER Thorne. DU20238. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

THE TRAGEDY of a Moor. DU19948. SEE 
Velasquez, John Francis. 

THE TRAGEDY of Hamlet, DU18774. SEE 
Shakespeare, William. 

THE TRAGEDY of Julius Caesar. A29704. 
SEE Shakespeare, William. 

THE TRAGEDY of King Richard the Second, 
A29705. SEE Shakespeare, William. 

THE TRAGEDY of Macbeth. A31485, SEE 
Shakespeare, William. 

TRAIL-mates. DU19052. SEE Challenge 
of the Yukon, no. 622. 

THE TRAIL of Grizzley Grayson. DU18593. 
SEE Challenge of the Yukon, no. 609. 

THE TRAIL of the knifer. DU18850. SEE 
The Shadow, no. 363. 



TRAIL of the Sioux. DU20031. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2548-1773. 

TRAIL of the song. DU19881. SEE 
Franzblau, Harold Benjamin. 

THE TRAIL of the werewolf. DU19680. 
SEE Challenge of the Yukon, no. 638. 



THE TRAITOR, 
Herman. 



DU19455, SEE Wouk, 



TRANSCONTINENTAL Productions, inc. 
Red spy. DU19628. SEE Hurley, Gene. 

TRANSCRIPT of a concert-talk to audi- 
ences of parents and teachers. C3604. 
SEE Luther, Frank. 

TRANSPORTATION and the growth of 
civilization, C3278. SEE Tuch, Law- 
rence Charles. 

TRANTER, GLADDIS JOY. 

Fanny, a play in three acts, © Gladdis 
Joy Tranter; Ic 7Feb49; DU18439, 



TRAPEZOID, DU18720. 
Family, no. 485. 



SEE Aldrich 



TRAPPED. DU20382. SEE Contemporary 
Productions, inc. 



THE TRAVELING salesman. 
SEE Far ago, Alexander. 



DU19114. 



LA TRAVIATA. SEE 
Jacobson, Louis Josia. DP19502. 
Verdi, Guiseppe. DU20163. 

TREACY, EMERSON. 
The BuUw inkles, a sample television 
script. © Emerson Treacy; Ic llFeb49; 
DU18926. 

TREASURE girl. DP19779, SEE George, 
Charles. 

TREASURE ho. DU20240. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

THE TREASURE of Franchard. DU18525. 
SEE Your Show Time (Television program) 

THE TREASURE of Sierra Madre. DU20088. 
SEE Lux Radio Theatre, Apr, 18, 1949, 

TREBITSCH, Siegfried. 
Zu viel Geld. AF10190. SEE Shaw, George 
Bernard. 

TRfiMOIS, EDGE. 
Eau trouble; ou, II a tue mon_ame. Piece 
en quatre actes de Edge Tremois et 
Andre Bisson. © Edge Tremois, Andre 
Bisson; Ic 22Apr49; DU19822. 

TREND LE, George W. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
The Green Hornet (Radio program) 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 

TRENDLE-BEATTIE. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
The Green Hornet (Radio program) 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 

TRENDLE-DOUGALL. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 

TRENDLE-FOX. SEE The Lone Harder 
(Radio program) 

TREND LE-GOLL, SEE The Lone Ranger 
(Radio program) 

TRENDLE-HOLT. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 

TRENDLE -JOYCE. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 



TRENDLE -LAWRENCE. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
The Green Hornet (Radio program) 

TRENDLE -MCCARTHY. SEE The Green 
Hornet (Radio program) 

TRENDLE -MERRILL. SEE Challenge of 
the Yukon (Radio program) 

TRENDLE -RANDON. SEE The Green 
Hornet (Radio program) 

TRENDLE -SMITS. SEE The Lone Ranger 
(Radio program) 

TRENDLE -STRIKER. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
The Green Hornet (Radio program) 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 

TRIAL and error. DP19478. SEE The 
Eternal Light, no. 215. 

THE TRIAL of Jesus. DU19487. SEE 
Evans, Louis Hadley. 

THE TRIAL of John Peter Zenger. DU19080. 
SEE You Are There, no. 65. 

A TRICK of the moon. DU18766. SEE 
Jean, Monique. 

TRIMBLE, JESSY. 
Cycles, a play in three acts. © Jessy 
Trimble; Ic 21Mar49; DU19174. 

TRIP and take. DU18578. SEE Barnett, 
Arthur E. 

TRIP to Washington. DU19169. SEE 
Aldrich Family, no. 488. 

TRIPLETT, Elva G. 
Pilgrimage to the past of California, 
DU19710. SEE Smith, Verna Hannah, 

TRIVERS, Paul, 
The celebrated jumping frog of Calaveras 
County, DU19194. SEE Your Show 
Time (Television program) 

THE TROLLEY Bible of the Broadway line. 
DP18467. SEE The Eternal Light, no. 210. 

TROMMER (JOHN F.) INC. 
Schnitzelbank; television film commercial. 
© John F. Trommer, inc.; Ic 6Jun49; 
C3761, 

TROP (J. D.) Productions, inc. 
Poll and Jimmy in fairyland. DU19889. 
SEE Trop, Jack D. 

TROP, JACK D. 
Poll and Jimmy in fairyland, a Trop story- 
land film script. © J. D, Trop Produc- 
tions, inc; Ic 6May4g; DU19889, 

TROUBLE at Forty -Mile. DU19681. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no. 639, 

TROUBLE: it's a gift. DU18122. SEE 
Jackson and Jill (Television program) 

TROUBLESOME Jane. DU20203, SEE 
Davis, Luther, 

TROYAT, HENRI. 
Sebastien: comedie en trois actes. © Henri 
Troyat (ps. de Leon Torossiau); Ic 
22Apr49; DU19799. 

THE TRUCK that tips its cab to service. 
DU18991. SEE Wilding Picture Produc- 
tions, inc, 

TRUTH with apple. SEE Hutchings, O'Gene 
Moore. The shirt-tail decision. DU19321. 

TRY for three. DU19220. SEE Fischbach, 
Bernice Winfield. 

TUCH, LAWRENCE CHARLES. 
Transportation and the growth of civiliza- 
tion, an historical narrative, written 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



TUCH, LAWRENCE CHARLES. Cont'd 
especially for a fllmstrip. © Lawrence 
C. Tuch; Ic 25jan49; C3278. 

TUGALOO. DU17888. SEE Boykln, Pa- 
tricia Henry. 

TULLAR -Meredith Company. 
Golden roses. Di?19527, SEE Yale, 

Elsie Duncan. 
The story of the cross, DP19268. SEE 
Parker, Thelma M. 

TUNICK, Irve. SEE 
The Eternal Light (Radio program) 
You Are There (Radio program) 

TUNZ-a-fun, C3780. SEE Vovos, Al D. 

TURN back your heart. DU19540. SEE 
Hegelund, Fred Rasmus. 

TURN right, then go straight, DU17877. 
SEE Nau, Mae Agnes. 

TURN the tables. DU19016. SEE Karp, 
Abraham Norman. 

TURNEY, Catherine. 
The burning man, DU18935. SEE Lor^- 
street, Stephen. 

TUXEDO trouble. DU18662. SEE Aldrich 
Family, no. 483. 

TWAIN, Mark, pseud. SEE Clemens, 
Samuel Langborne. 



TWILIGHT zone. DU18757. 
lain, Lowell Colby. 



SEE Chamber - 



THE TWITCHET little show. DU20379. 
SEE Glennon, John O'Leary, 



TWO Adams for Eve, DU18442. 
Phillips, Irving Walter. 



SEE 



THE TWO little love birds. 
Day, Barl)ara McEvoy, 



DU18421. SEE 



TY Cobb. C3392. SEE The American 
Way, no. C79. 

TYLER, MATTIE RICHARDS. 
By the light of the moon, a play In three 
acts. © Mattle Richards Tyler; Ic 
7Apr49; DU19466. 

TYPICAL Elizabethan plays. A28876. 
SEE Schelllng, Felix Emmanuel. 



U 



THE UGLY duckling. DU19555. SEE Lehr, 
Lew, 

UHL, EDWIN GEORGE. 
Certified checks, a playlet for training 
bank personneL © Edwin George Uhl; 
Ic 18Mar49; DU19165, 
Uncollected funds, a playlet for training 
bank personnel. © Edwin George Uhl; 
Ic 27Jun49; DU20538. 

UHLER, ALFRED. 
No greater love, a play in three acts with 
incidental music. [Text only] © Alfred 
Uhler; Ic 7Dec48; DU18810. 

AZ UJSAGARUS flu, DU18505. SEE Ballnt, 
Margaret Maria Jolan. 

THE UMPIRE. SEE Hill. James Henry. 
Kill the umpire. DU20159. 

THE UNAFRAID. DU20087. SEE Lux Radio 
Theatre, Feb. 21, 1949. 

UNCLE Aesop. DP17962. SEE Patton, 
M. F. 

UNCLE Fred flits by. DP19873. SEE 
Sergei, Christopher. P. G. Wodehouse's 
Uncle Fred flits by. 



THE UNCLE from Rio. DU19148. SEE 
Rltter, Irene. 

UNCLE Ned's "Hometown quiz", the food 
show of the air. C3585. SEE Cummins, 
Clarence Ray. 

UNCLE NORTH WIND AND AUNT GENTLE 
BREEZE (Television program) Scripts In 
this series are by Claud Garner. © Claud 
Garner. 

1-6, © Ic each 30Mar49; DU19257-19262. 

UNCOLLECTED funds. DU20538. SEE 
Uhl, Edwin George. 

UNDER troUhammen. SEE NUsen, Erngt. 
Befrlelse. DP18860. 

UNDERSTANDING yourself. C3254-3257. 
SEE Human Relations Films. 

THE UNEXPECTED game, DU20308. SEE 
The Adventures of Frank Merrlwell, 
no, 129. 



THE UNEXPECTED guest. 
McCarty, Rega Kramer. 



DP18832. SEE 



THE UNFINISHED. DP20432. SEE 
Morgogllone, Lulgla. 



UNFINISHED business. 
Wlshengrad, Morton. 



DP18823. SEE 



UNFINISHED, the story of mankind. 
DU18755. SEE Brooks, George Frederick. 

UNGER, ABRAHAM. 

Disappointment In Russia, a play about 
John Paul Jones in twenty scenes, by 
Richard Watson [pseud,] © Richard 
Watson (pseud, of Abraham Unger) ; Ic 
7Feb49; DU18437. 

Forget tomorrow, a play In three acts by 
Duncan Lawrle [pseud.] © Duncan 
Lawrle; Ic 17Jan49; DU18064. 

UNGER, ROBERT LOUIS. 
Tomorrow, an original play in one act. 
© Robert L. Unger; Ic 21Mar49; 
DU19188. 

UNINVITED ghost. DP19946. SEE Rose, 
Le Roma. 



UNION label. DU19199. 
Robert Clinton Cloyd. 



SEE McCann, 



UNION of American Hebrew Congregations, 
Asser Levy. DP20464. SEE Peretz, 

Josephine. 
In Pesach land. DP19208. SEE Freehof, 

Lillian S. 
The magic hammer. DPI 8775. SEE 

Freehof, Lillian S. 
Shushan boys. DP18696. SEE Millstone, 

Seymour. 

UNITED States Rubber Company, 

Belt surgery, C3717, SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, Inc. 

Endless engineering. C3557. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

Fisk Air-borne is different. C3718. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, Inc. 

Streams of black gold, C3375, SEE Wild- 
ing Picture Productions, inc. 

You asked for it. C3374. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, Inc. 

UNITED States Savings and Loan League, 
Statement of facts, C3398, SEE Bodflsh, 
Morton. 

UNIVERSAL-Edltlon, 
Lady Hamilton, DP18606. SEE Heger, 

Robert. 
Das Schloss Durande. DP18824. SEE 

Schoeck, Othmar. 
Schwanhild, DP18605. SEE Graener, 

PauL 
Thamar. DP17798. SEE Hager, Franziska. 

THE UN-REST cure. DU20248. SEE Wynn, 
Richard Fischer. 

89 



UNRUH, FRITZ VON. 
Occupation zone, a play in three acts. 
(German title, Der Refrelungsmlnlster) 
© Fritz von Unruh; Ic 15Feb49; 
DU18555. 

THE UNSEALED coffin. DU19954. SEE 
Henkln, Howard Harold. 

UNSEEN horizons. DU18990. SEE Wild- 
ing Picture Productions, Inc. 

DER UNSICHTBARE Weg. DP18710. SEE 
Malatesta, Lulgl. 

UNTO death do us part. DU19099. SEE 
The Shadow, no. 365. 

UNTO you, this day, DU17789. SEE The 
Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 90. 

THE UNUSUAL Rex Morgan. DU20021, 
SEE The Lone Ranger, no. 2538-1763. 

UP jumped the devil. DP19953. SEE 
Coombs, Mlnott Lee. 

UPSHAW (Banks) and Company. 
Selections from South American plays. 
A31192. SEE Welslnger, Nina Lee. 



UPSBE Doozy, the giraffe. DU20045. 
Cartoon Teletales, Mar. 20, 1949. 



SEE 



UPSON, WILLIAM HAZLETT. 
Middlebury parade, a play In two acts 
with music. [Text and music on separate 
leaves! © WxUiam Hazlett Upson; Ic 
6May49; on revisions; DU1991 7. Prev. 
reg. "Try and get It;"^' 27Dec48; DU17740. 

THE URGENT errand. DU20276. SEE The 
Adventures of Frank Merrlwell, no. 132. 



VACATION days. DU17784. SEE Gengel- 
bach, Patty Brandom. 

VACATION time. DU19638. SEE Stephen- 
son, Charles Neville. 

THE VAGABOND pitcher. DU20279. SEE 
The Adventures of Frank Merrlwell, 
no. 135. 



VAGABOND varieties. DU19421. 
Wainscott, Mary Elizabeth. 



SEE 



VAJDA, ERNEST. 
Revolution; a satire In a prologue, three 
acts, and an epilogue by Ernest Vajda 
and Clement Scott Gilbert. © Ernest 
Vajda, Clement Scott Gilbert; Ic 20Jun49: 
DU20444. 

VALDES, PHILIP H. 
Food for Father, a comedy in one act. 
Boston, Baker s Plays [1949]. 32 p. 
illus. (Baker's plays for amateurs) 
© Walter H. Baker Co.; 15Feb49; 
DP18711. 

VALENCY, Maurice Jacques. 
The madwoman of ChalUot, DP19824, 
SEE Glraudoux, Jean. 

VALENTE, RICHARD EMltANUEL. 
River fire, a musical drama In three acts. 
[Text only] © Richard Valente; le 
20 Apr49; I)U19623. 

VALENTINE, RICHARD HARDEN. 
The big town, an operetta for elementary 
grades, in ^o acts. [Text and music 
on separate leaves] © Richard Harden 
Valentine; Ic 25Mar49; DU19246. 

LE VALET des songes, DP19067. SEE 
Kinds, Edmond. 

VALLARELLI, FREDERICK J. 
Tony Whatsamatta, by Fred Vallery 
[pseud,] Sample radio script. © Freder- 
ick J. Vallarelli; Ic 22jan49; DU18571, 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



VALLERY, Fred, pseud. SEE Vallarelli, 
Frederick J. 

VALUE analysis, C3628. SEE General 
Electric Company, 

VALUE of imports. DU18982, DU20180. 
SEE Keeping Up With the Wigglesworths, 
nos, 95, 119, 

VALUE of the machine to labor and the con- 
sumer. DU18980, DU20172, SEE Keeping 
Up With the Wigglesworths, nos, 98, 111, 

VAN Bracklin. C3283. SEE The American 
Way, C57. 



VANDENBERGHE, PAUL, 
Gringalet, piece en 4 actes, [Paris] Musy 
[19451. 195 p. © Paul Vandenberghe; 
30Dec45; DP19453. 



VAN DRUTEN, JOHN. 
Bell, book and candle, a comedy in three 
acts, © John van Druten; Ic 12May49; 
on revisions; DU19952, Prev. reg, 
15JU148; DU15785. 

VAN GELDERN, John Bernard. 
Herb Shriner television show. DU20233. 

SEE Marshall, Thomas. 
Mystery Miss. C3765. SEE MarshaU, 

Thomas. 
Rhythmasters show, DU20481, SEE 

Marshall, Thomas. 

VANGEON, Henri Leon. SEE Gheon, Henri, 



VAN HEBRDE, Mrs, Everett, 
Van Heerde, Ruby Lucille, 



SEE 



VAN HEERDE, RUBY LUCILLE, 
Never a dull moment, a play in three acts 
by Mrs. Everett Van Heerde. © Mrs. 
Everett Van Heerde; Ic 7Mar49; 
DU19002. 

VAN HOOTON, ROBERT. 
Exclusivel A farce in three acts, 
© Robert Van Hooton; Ic 14Apr49; 
DU19603. 

VAN HOUTTE, ALBERT LEON, 
The rose of California, a drama in three 
acts, © Albert Leon Van Houtte; Ic 
21Feb49; DU18712, 

VAN KAMPEN Press. 
The shepherds live again. DPI 8349. 
SEE Lessel, William M. 



VAN RAAS, Rhyissa, pseud. 
Van Rosen, Rhyissa, 



SEE 



VAN ROSEN, RHYISSA. 
When your number is up, a dramatic com- 
position in two acts by Rhyissa Van Raas 
[pseud.] and Ahda Artzt. © Rhyissa Van 
Rosen; Ic 29Apr49; DU19911. 



VAN VECHTEN, Carl. 
Last operas and plays. A30769, 
Stein, Gertrude, 



SEE 



VAN VOLKENBURG, Ellen. SEE Browne, 
Ellen Van Volkenburg. 

A VASE from China, DU19137. SEE 
Stieglitz, Perry J. 

VAUGHAN, Juanita Teresa. SEE 
The Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

VEGETALAND. DU19927. SEE Cabot, 
Tony, 

VEILLER. BAYARD, 
The fight, a play in three acts, © Margue- 
rite VeiUer (Mrs, Bayard VeiUer); Ic 
20Apr49; DUi9657, 

VEILLER, Marguerite, 
The fight. DU19657. SEE Veiller, Bayard, 

VELASQUEZ, JOHN FRANCIS, 
The tragedy of a Moor, a play in three 



acts, © John Francis Velasquez: Ic 
12May49; DU19948. 

THE VELVEETA story. C3275, SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

THE VELVET touch, DU18797. SEE Lux 
Radio Theatre, Jan, 10, 1949, 

VERBA crucis, DP18017. SEE Nagy, 
PauL 

VERBEL, Jerry, pseud. SEE Verbelovsky, 
Gerald. 

VERBELOVSKY, GERALD, 
Out of a hat, a musical revue in two acts. 
Sketches and lyrics by Jerry Verbel 
[pseud,] music by Jerry Breiten, [Text 
and music on separate leaves] © Jerry 
Verbel, Jerry Breiten; Ic ljun49; 
DU20218, 

VERDI, GUISEPPE, 
La traviata; an opera in three acts by 
Guiseppe Verdi. English translation of 
a 50 minute television version by George 
Mead, Virginia Card Houston, and Paul 
Rosen. [Text only] © Paul Rosen; Ic 
27May49'; DU20163. 

VERHYLLE, Armand, 
Madame de Falindor, DU19800. SEE 
Manolr, Georges. 

VERLIEBTES Dreieck, DU18288. SEE 
Fussel, Franz. 

VERNEUIL, LOUIS. 

Celles qu on alme; comedie en deux actes 
et quatre tableaux. © Louis Verneuil; 
Ic 13jun49; DU20378. 

Spring again, a musical play in two acts 
and twenty-nine scenes by Louis Ver- 
neuil and Milton Shubert. [Text onlyl 
© Milton Shubert; Ic llMay49; DU19947. 

VEST, PETER JEAN. 
The case of the missing playboy; television 
script in the series 'Tileet Mister Magee." 
© Peter Jean Vest; Ic 14Mar49; DU19229. 

VETERANS Valley, DU19031, SEE The 
Lone Ranger (Radio program) No, 2512- 
1737. 

VICTOR, David. SEE 
Jackson and Jill (Television program) 

VIEWS of our country. C3328. SEE 
Robison, John Agnew. 

THE VIGIL, DP18567, SEE Fodor, Laszlo, 

VIGNETTES. AA116931. SEE Lehmann, 
Adolph. 

VILLANI, FRED JOSEPH. 
Cold blood, a one-act play, © Fred Joseph 

Vlllani, Jr,; Ic 6Apr49; DU19430. 
Within these walls, a play in three acts. 
© Fred Joseph Villani, Jr.; Ic 19Jan49; 
DU18640. 

VINDICATION, DU19042. SEE The Green 
Hornet, no, 922, 

LE VIOL. SEE Wagner, Geoffrey. Rape. 
DP19451. 

THE VIRGIN of the fire. DU18067, SEE 
Iskoldoff, Eugene. 

IL VIRTUOSO, DU18864, SEE Cramer, 
Alverdi Blanche, 

THE VISIBLE God. DU18927. SEE 
Palescandolo, Frank Joseph. 

VISION In the night. DU18502. SEE Holt, 
Barbara Jean. 

VISION of Avernus. DU19909. SEE Brant, 
John Qulnten. 



90 



A VISIT to H. C. Andersen. DU19655. 
Sandby, Alfhlld Finch (Myhr) 



SEE 



VISUAL DRAMA, INC, 
The black robe; to be played before unseen 
audience. © Visual Drama, inc.; Ic 
17May49; DU20127. 

VITAMINS, atomic vitamins. DU19836, 
DU20335. SEE Kaner, Abraham David. 

VITTES, LOUIS. 
The affairs of Peter Salem, a radio pro- 
gram. Script no. 1, Apr, 25, 1949: The 
affair of the tired tiger, © Himan Brown; 
Ic 27Apr49; DU19774. 



THE VOICE, 
Harry. 



DU18055, SEE Schechter, 



VOICE of Alabama, inc. 
Hello America. C3795. 
Maury J. 



SEE Farrell, 



THE VOICE OF CHRISTMAS (Radio pro- 
gram) Scripts in this series are by 
Albert C. Hofrichter and C. Leslie GoUi- 
day, © Albert C, Hofrichter, Jr,, 
C, Leslie Golliday; Ic each 14Dec48, 

1. Getting ready for Christmas. C3388. 

2. Tell me the story of Christmas. C3377. 

3. Boughs and holly. C3378, 

4. Poinsettia — the good neighbor plant, 
C3379. 

5. The Swiss Santa Claus, C3380, 

6. Santa Claus comes to America, C3381. 

7. Keeping Jesus' birthday, C3382, 

8. The first Christmas tree, C3383, 

9. Christmas gift from Portugal, C3384, 

10, Christmas gift from England. C3385. 

11, In the light of the Christmas candle, 
C3386, 

12, O little town on Christmas Eve. C3387, 
Special Christmas Day program. Christmas 

Day. C3376. 



THE VOICE of Mister Fry. 
Eiten, Myles. 



DU17867, SEE 



THE VOICE of the people. SEE Davies, 
Robertson, Eros at breakfast. DP19801. 



LE VOLEUR d'enfants. 
Supervielle, Jules. 



DP19818. SEE 



VOLLMER, ALBERTA ELY. 
The old rag. [Radio script] © Alberta 
Ely Vollmer; Ic 23Mar49; DU19215, 

VON Lessen, Curt. SEE Lessen, Curt 
von. 

VOOGHT, CHERRY. 
Repent at leisure, a play in one act. 
London, English Theatre Guild [1949, 
cl948] 19 p. iUus. (Guild one act 
library) © Cherry Vooght; 27Jan49; 
DP18574. 



VOR Gericht. DU19244. 
Stephan Ernest. 



SEE Lackner, 



VOTE for Uncle Sam. 
Hark, Mildred. 



DPI 8284. SEE 



VOVOS, AL D. 
Tunz-a-fun; a dramatic sketch. 1 leaf, 
© Al D. Vovos; Ic 16May49; C3780, 



W 

WAGES and prices, DU18972, DU20169, 
SEE Keeping Up With the Wigglesworths, 
nos. 105, 108, 

WAGNER, GEOFFREY. 
Rape, a play in two acts. English transla- 
tion of "Le Viol", one of the Grand 
Guignol plays. © Geoffrey Wagner; 
lApr48; DP19451. 

WAGON wheels. SEE Davis, John Homer. 
A song and a story. DU18645. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



WAINSCOTT, MARY ELIZABETH. 
Vagabond varieties; or, A week of fun 
in one nite. A dramatic composition in 
seven acts. 31 leaves. © Mary E. 
Wainscott; Ic 6Apr49; DU19421. 

A WAKE for me and thee. SEE 
Costello, Edward Alphonsus. DU18069. 
Mayorga, Margaret. The best one-act 
plays of 1948-1949. AA117053. 

WALCUTT, Su Bonner. 
If there isn't. DU19656. SEE Genther, 
Shirley Babcock. 

WALDRON, ROBERT. 

Three citizens from heaven, a play in 
three acts by Robert Waldron and Bruce 
Bradford [pseud, of Harold L. Kingston] 
© Robert Waldron, Bruce Bradford; Ic 
20Jun49; DU20446. 

Three citizens from heaven; or. Heaven 
sent. A play in three acts by Robert 
Waldron and Bruce Bradford [pseud, of 
Harold L. Hlngston] © H. L, Hingston, 
Robert Waldron; Ic 9Jun49; DU20289. 

WALKER, ROBERT NORMAN. 
Blchrome refraction. [Report! © Dr, 
Robert Norman Walker; Ic 25Mar49; 
C3521. 



WALKING the dog. DU19200., 
Jean Smith, 



SEE Hartryce, 



WALL, WINIFRED. 
Mute swan; a fantasy In one act for eight 
women and two men, London, S. French 
[1947]. 24 p, illus. (French's acting 
edition, no, 134) © Samuel French ltd.; 
70ct47; DP20108. 

THE WALL of hate. 
Sheriff, no, 238, 



DU19761, SEE The 



THE WANDERER. DU19698, 
Robertson, Jack A, 



SEE 



WALLACE, GORDON. 
And be merry, a play in one act, 
Wallace; Ic 26Jan49; DU18124. 



Gordon 



WALLING, ROY, 
Have a lot of fun, a play in two acts, 
© Roy Walling; Ic 25May49; DU20128, 

WALLOCK. ANTHONY MARK. 
The King s highway of peace; the Wichita 

Mountains Easter sunrise service, 1948, 

© Emllle Wallock Barre, Helen Barre 

Schutz; Ic 13May49; DU19961, 
The Lawton story, DP18356. SEE Horn, 

Mildred A. 

WALPOLE, HELEN. 
Mint and anise, a play in three acts, by 
Helen Walpole and Helen Brewer, 
© Helen Walpole, Helen James Brewer; 
Ic 2Feb49; DU18759. 

WALSH, Donald Devenish, 
Love comes in August, DU20143, SEE 
Martinez Sierra, Gregorlo. 

WALSH, Frederick G, 
It belongs to me. DP19283, SEE Kern, 
Dorothy, 

WALSH, Henry, SEE You Are There 
(Radio program) 

WALTER, AnnBern, pseud. SEE Fischbach, 
Bernlce Wlnfleld. 

WALTER Evers, C3221. SEE The Amer- 
ican Way, C52, 

WALTER Hagen, C3223, SEE The Amer- 
ican Way, C49. 

WALTER, HELEN, 
Child behavior commercials for television. 
Script no. 1. © Helen Walter; Ic 31Mar49; 
C3535. 

WAN, Chia-Pao. 
PeMng man. DU20148, SEE Lawrence, 
Reginald. 



THE WANDERING dragon. SEE Seldon, 
Samuel, International folk plays, 
DP20078. 

WANSBOROUGH, Harold. 
The skywayman. DP18955. SEE Preston, 
Effa Estelle, 



WANTED: a father. DU19955. 
Taussig, Stefan Simon. 



SEE 



WANTED: a wife, DU20529, SEE Dr. 
Christian, no, 552, 

WANTIN' fever, SEE Mayorga, Margaret, 
The best one-act plays of 1948-1949, 
AA117053, 

WARD, JAMES THEODORE, 
Whole hog or nothing, a one act play by 
Theodore Ward. © James Theodore 
Ward; Ic 20Apr49; DU19641, 

WARD, Theodore, SEE Ward, James 
Theodore, 

WARE, WILSON PETERSON.. 
Tales out of school, a play in two acts, 
© Wilson P, Ware; Ic 19Apr49; on revi- 
sions; DU19630. Prev, reg, "1 stand 
alone;" 90ct37; D unp. 52386. 

WARREN, Corene Benoit, 
Golden cargo, DU19631. SEE Carleton, 
Llnnle Benoit, 

WASHED In de blood. SEE Selden, Samuel. 
International folk plays. DP 2007 8, 

THE WASHER that couldn't happen. 
DU19509, SEE Wilding Picture Produc- 
tions, Inc. 

WASHINGTON, GLADYS ELIZABETH, 
Who needs a clock; a play In two acts. 
© Gladys Eliz. Washington; Ic 24May49; 
DU20121, 

WATER is water, after all. DU18478, SEE 
Sherman, Arthur. 

WATERS, JAMES FRANCIS, 
Mister Weatherpad; script for a television 
program. © James Francis Waters; Ic 
21Feb49; DU18689, 

WATSON, Richard, pseud. SEE Unger, 
Abraham. 

WATTEN, Martin, 
You can have It, DU18679, SEE Silver- 
stone, Mark Edison. 

WAUGH, Harvey, 
Minnesota. DP19189, SEE Sakry, Clif- 
ford Raymond. 

WAXLER, SIDNEY, 
The mountain climber, a love story, in 
three acts and eleven scenes, © Sidney 
Waxier; Ic 29Mar49; DU19293, 

THE WAY home. DU18903. SEE Jung, 
Franz. 

THE WAY, the Truth, and the Life. DU20207. 
SEE O'Hara, Constance, 

WE look at television. C3796, SEE Katz, 
Milton. 

WE open at last, SEE Glennon, John 
O'Learyl The Twltchet little show. 
DU20379, 

WE ride a white donkey, DU18454. SEE 
Gregory, Ethel Harris. 

WE sat by the fleshpots, DU18680, SEE 
McNamee, Edward, 

THE WEATHER-glass, DU19886. SEE 
Schoenbaum, Vera Marie, 

91 



WEBB, F, W, W,, pseud, SEE Wlnwar, 
Frances, 



WEBB, Verlyn. 
Spread your wings, 
Casto, Jean, 



DU18681, SEE 



WEBER, WILLIAM LOUIS, 
The miracle and the boar, a one-act 
comedy. © William Louis Weber; Ic 
8Apr49; DU19495. 

A WEDDING at St, Mathew's, DU19155. 
SEE Sheffer, Paul L, C, 

WEDDING bells of Eden, C3762, SEE 
Dumler, Charles, 

A WEDDING In Japan. DU19740, SEE 
Pollack, Abraham Theodore, 

THE WEDDING present, DU20530, SEE 
Dr, Christian, no, 553. 

WEED, ROBERT LEWIS, 
Love s way, a play In three acts, 
© Robert Lewis Weed; Ic 4Apr49; 
DU19654. 

A WEEK of fun In one nite, SEE Wainscott, 
Mary Elizabeth. Vagabond varieties, 
DU19421, 

THE WEEKLY story, DU18684,. SEE 
Fletcher, Helen JUL 



WEEKS, Albert L, 
May I help you, please? DU18072, 
Wilding Picture Productions, Inc. 



SEE 



WEEKS, DONALD. 
Policeman's lot; or, The dead beat. A 
play In three acts. © Donald Weeks, 
Eliza C, G. Weeks; Ic 24Jan49; DU18130, 



WEEKS, Eliza C, G, 
Policeman's lot; or 
DUl813a 



The dead beat, 
SEE Weeks, Donald, 



WEINBERGER (Josef) ltd, 
Bel ami, DU19595. SEE Eckhardt, 
Fritz, 



WEINER, IRA LESLIE. 
Brass dogs, a play In three acts, 
Welner; Ic 28Feb49; DU18904, 



© Ira 



WEINER, JOSEPH J, 
La Boheme; one minute transcribed spot 
announcement. © Schenley Industries, 
Inc. dba La Boheme Vineyards Co.; Ic 
10Jun49; C3777, 

WEINGARTEN, AARON, 
Hilda Brant, a play In three acts, © Aaron 
Welngarten; Ic 26May49; DU20144, 

WEINRAUCH, HERSCHEL. 
Der far klshefter Shabus, a Jewish folk 
comedy In eight scenes by Herschel 
Welnrauch and Tlllle Welnrauch. [In 
Yiddish] © Mrs, Herschel Welnrauch; 
Ic 21Jun49; DU20474. 



WEINRAUCH, Tlllle. 
Der far klshefter Shabus. 
Welnrauch, Herschel. 



DU20474. SEE 



WEINSTOCK, JACOB L, 
One If by land, a musical comedy In two 
acts ty J, L. Welnstock and WtUle Gil- 
bert, [Text only] © Jacob L. Welnstock, 
William Gilbert; Ic 21Mar49; DU19184, 

WEIR. GEORGE PAUL, 
My fair la<^, a play In three acts and two 
scenes, © George Paul Weir; Ic 
18Apr49; DU19925, 

WEISER, Charles Bruce, 
A hair perhaps. DP20450, SEE Filbert, 
Norman Henry, 

WEISINGER, NINA LEE, 
Selections from South American plays, 
selected and edited, with notes and 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



WEISINGER, NINA LEE, Cont'd, 
vocabulary. Dallas, Banks Upsha-w 
[1948]. 184 p. © Banks Upshaw & Co.; 
19JU148; A31192, 

WEISS, JONAS. 
Four-in-hand, a comedy in three acts. 
© Jonas Weiss; Ic 26Apr49; DU19757. 

WEISS, MARGARET ROSE. 
Just off Broadway; script no. 1 for a 
weekly half hour television program. 
© Margaret R. Weiss; Ic 8Dec48; 
DU17782. 

WELCH, William. SEE 
The Adventures of Frank Merriwell 
(Radio program) 

WELCOME to Armstrong. C3424. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

WELD, Sarah. SEE Blake, Sarah Swan 
(Weld). 

WELLS, Herbert George. 
The inexperienced ghost. DU17787. SEE 
The Actor's Studio, no. 6. 

WELLS, Jeanne Garden. 
Savannah. DU18947. SEE Sellers, 
Robert Sidney. 

WELLS, VIRGINIA. 
A dress for Michi. (Quaker World Serv- 
ice, series 2) Radio script. © Amer- 
ican Friends Service Committee; 
27jan49; DP18668. 
The story of Anna, by Virginia Wells and 
Mary Patton. (Quaker world service, 
series 2) Radio script. © American 
Friends Service Committee; 290ct48; 
DP18727. 



WELTY, Eudora. 
What year is this? DU19022. 
Dolson, Hildegarde. 



SEE 



WELZ, JOHN. 
He stopped at the Bluestarlet's Inn. 
[Poem] © John Welz; Ic 2Feb49; C3315, 

WENIG, EDWARD JACOB. 
Bright star of the west, a pageant for the 
California Constitutional CentenniaL 
© Edward J. Wenig; Ic 7Apr49; DU19456. 

WERMAN, HANNAH BEATRICE. 
Leather. [Illustrated discourse with 
questions for review] © Hannah Bea- 
trice Werman; Ic 22Jan49; C3294. 

WERTH, PAUL. 
Design for peace, a dramatic composition. 
© PaulWerth; Ic 28Mar49; DU19290. 

WERTHAM, Frederic. 
Dark legend. DU19214. SEE Fraenkel, 
Helene Esberg. 

WESLEY. DU19550. SEE Taylor, Samuel 

WEST, MARGARET KING. 
Star gazer, a play in one act. New York, 
Play Club, cl948. 25 p. (A Play Club 
selection, no. 24) © The Flay Club; 
lDec48; DP19285. 

WEST, TRUDY, 
Ali Baba and the forty thieves. London, 
S. French [1948]. 66 p. (Basic panto- 
mime, no. 7) © Samuel French ltd.; 
lDec48; DP17964. 



WEST of Armageddon. 
Devine, Jerry. 



DU18118, SEE 



WESTGATE, TED. 
Death writes a message, a mystery In 
one act. San Francisco, Banner Play 
Bureau, cl949. 32 p. illus. © Banner 
Play Bureau, inc.; 15jan49; DP18139. 

WETMORE Declamation Bureau. 
The Christmas pie. DP18371. SEE 
Dunaway, Anna Brownell. 



The country doctor. DP18378. SEE 

Martin, John M. 
Dear mom. DP18373. SEE James, Enna 

Nielsen. 
Faith is the victory, DPI 8374, SEE 

James, Enna Nielsen, 
The farmer's daughter, DP18377, SEE 

White, Kate Alice. 
How to get a male. DP18376. SEE 

Stephenson, Shirley. 
Perennial Pierrette. DP18370. SEE 

Smith, Lorraine. 
They rehearse. DPI 8375. SEE Denney, 

Marie K. 
Time. DP18372. SEE Salrin, Joe. 

WEYEMBERG, PAUL H. C. A. 
Secret weapons, a film scenario. English 
version by David Scott. © Paul H. C. A. 
Weyemberg; Ic 15jun49; DU20387. 

WEYERHAEUSER Timber Company. 
Green harvest. C3272. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inci 

WHAT a day for sciencel DU19888. SEE 
Carriere, Albert. 



WHAT a state to be in. 
Saks, James H. 



C3351, SEE 



WHAT a woman. DU20092. SEE Lux 
Radio Theatre, Mar, 14, 1949. 

WHAT do we mean by inflation? DU18962, 
DU20173. SEE Keeping Up With the 
Wigglesworths, nos, 89, 112, 

WHAT DO YOU THINK? (Television pro- 
gram) Scripts in this series are by John 
S, Harmon, © The Great Books Founda- 
tion. 

Are we more civilized than cannibals? 
A discussion of selected essays of 
Montaigne. © Ic 23Feb49; C3367. 
Can education make us happy? A discus- 
sion of Aristotle's "Ethics." © Ic 
2Feb49- C3333. 
Can you be happy without religion? First 
discussion of St, Augustine's "Confes- 
sions." © Ic 3Feb49; C3324. 
Do you have a sense of humor? A dis- 
cussion of Aristophanes' "The Clouds." 
© Ic 2Feb49; C3332. 
Does the end justify the means? A dis- 
cussion of Machiavelli's "The prince." 
© Ic 10Feb49; C3348. 
How can you be famous? A discussion of 
Plutarch's "Alexander and Caesar." 
© Ic 3Feb49; C3318. 
Is ambition good or bad? A discussion of 
Plutarch's "Lycurgus, Numa, Alexander, 
and Caesar." © Ic 3Feb49; C3319. 
Is faith better than reason? Second dis- 
cussion of St. Augustine's "Confessions." 
© Ic 3Feb49; C3323. 
Is It a crime to start a war? A discussion 
of St, Thomas' "Treatise on law." © Ic 
3Feb49; C3320. 
Is man superior to the state? A discussion 
of Aristotle's "Politics." Book 1. © Ic 
2Feb49; C3334. 
Is war necessary? A discussion of 
Thucydldes' "History of the Peloponneslan 
War.'" © Ic 15Dec48; C3501, 
Should this play be banned? A discussion 
of Aristophanes' "Lyslstrata," © Ic 
2Feb49; C3310, 
Should we adopt Russia's tactics? A dis- 
cussion of Machiavelli's "The prince." 
© Ic 3Feb49; C3322, 
What makes us happy? A discussion of 
Aristotle's "Ethics." Book 1. © Ic 
2Feb49; C3335. 
Would you like to move to a desert Island? 
Second discussion of Aristotle's "Politics.' 
Book 1. © Ic 3Feb49; C3321. 

WHAT do you want? C3656. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

WHAT Elmer wants. DU20122. SEE 
Smith, Louis. 

WHAT Is It? C3397. SEE Benton, William 
Raymond. 

92 



WHAT makes us happy? C3335. SEE 
What Do You Think? (Television pro- 
gram) 

WHAT makes you think so? DU19525. 
SEE Scott, Robert Sanford. 

WHAT would you do? C3708, SEE 
Wyman, Herbert Jack. 

WHAT year Is this? DU19022. SEE 
Dolson, Hildegarde. 

WHATCHAMACALLIT, the gnu. DU18005. 
SEE Cartoon Teletales, Nov, 28, 1948. 

WHATEVER goes up. DP19091. SEE 
Reach, James. 

WHAT'S cookin'? DP17838. SEE George, 
Charles. 

WHAT'S my number? DU19292, SEE 
Meyers, Harold. 

WHAT'S new for '49. C3428. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

WHAT'S next? DU17984. SEE Fllion, 
Ross. 



WHAT'S to love? 
Frankel, Doris. 



DU20199. SEE 



WHEELER, DORIS KATHLEEN. 
All things new, a play in three acts and an 
epilogue and containing a play within 
the play which forms the greater part 
of act three, by Shirley St. Clair Jpseud.] 
London, Girls' Friendly Society [1948, 
C1947J. 95 p. lUus. © Doris Kathleen 
Wheeler (in notice: Shirley St. Clair); 
12jan48; DP18732. 

WHELAN, THOMAS VINCENT. 
"Neath campus skies, a musical comedy 
In two acts by Thomas V. Whelan. Music 
by Edward I. Dolan, lyrics by Edward I. 
Dolan and Thomas V. Whelan. [Text and 
music on separate leaves] © Thomas 
Vincent Whelan; Ic 15Feb49; DU18566. 



WHEN Daniel roars. DU17791, 
Duff, Harry James. 



SEE 



WHEN my baby smiles at me. DU20075, 
SEE Lux Radio Theatre, Apr. 25, 1949. 

WHEN the circus comes to town. C3798. 
SEE Martin, Helen. 

WHEN the streets are dark. DP17960. 
SEE Agg, Howard. 

WHEN your number Is up. DU19911. SEE 
Van Rosen, Rhylssa. 

WHERE Is home. DU19020. SEE AuUclno, 
Armand Daniel. 

WHERE the sun shone. DP20433. SEE 
Ashton, Leonora SilL 

WHERE there's a will. DU19233. SEE 
Richards, Lex. 

WHERE you find It. DU19355. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2527-1752. 

WHEREFORE is this night, SEE Selden, 
Samuel. International folk plays. 
DP20078. 

WHEREIN is treasured and renewed. 
DU20365. SEE Schenkkan, Robert 
Frederic. 

WHERE 'S my hat? DU18952. SEE The 
Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

THE WHIMSICAL bandit. DU19349. SEE 
The Lone Ranger, no. 2521-1746. 

WHISTLE and beU. DU19000. SEE 
McCormlck, Langdon. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



WHISTLE, daughter, whistle, SEE 
Mayorga, Margaret. The best one-act 

plays of 1948-1949. AA117053. 
National Broadcasting Company, inc. 
Radio City playhouse. DP17999. 

WHITE, Andy. SEE The Great Gilder - 
sleeve (Radio program) 

WHITE, BARBARA JEAN. 
Swing low, a play In three acts. 
© Barbara Jean White; Ic 23Dec48; 
DU18417, 

WHITE, KATE ALICE. 
The farmer's daughter, a pantomime. 
© Wetmore Declamation Bureau; 
lSep48; DP18377, 

THE WHITE buffalo. DU19346. SEE The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2518-1743. 

WHITE gloves, DU20288. SEE Smith, 
William Philip. 

THE WHITE Hainlet DU20167. SEE 
Kendrick, Gilbert Haven. 

THE WHITE huskie. DU19361. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon, no, 625. 

WHITE magic, DU18043, SEE 
Fairbanks (Jerry) inc. 

THE WHITE Motor Company, 
The truck that tips its cab to service, 
DU18991, SEE Wilding Picture Pro- 
ductions, inc, 

WHITE water. DU18164, SEE The Chal- 
lenge of the Yukon, no, 601. 

WHITEFORD, EDITH L. 
Joined in heaven, a dramatization of 
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's "Elective 
affinities," by Jerusha Heppledink 
[pseud,] © Edith L. Whiteford; Ic 
4Jan49; DU17869. 
Papa Goriot. a dramatization of Honore de 
Balzac's ''Pere Goriot", by Jerusha 
Heppledink [pseud,] © Edith L. White- 
ford; Ic 7Feb49; DU18436. 

WHITING, FRANK M. 
Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain [pseud.] 
adapted for the stage by Frank M. 
Whiting and Corinne Rickert. Anchorage, 
Ky,, Children's Theatre Press [1949] 
cl948, 63 p, illus. © The Children's 
Theatre Press; 31Jan49; DP19063, 

WHITNEY, HELEN LENORE, 
Fact or fancy grabbag; radio script, 

[Sample script] © Mrs, Helen L, 

Whitney; Ic 25May49; C3723. 
Find a fashion, a radio script, © Mrs, 

Helen L, Whitney; Ic 8Mar49; C3488, 
Fun and fashion. [Sample radio script] 

© Mrs. Helen L. Whitney; Ic lApr49; 

C3547. 
Guess again, [Sample radio script] 

© Mrs, Helen L, Whitney; Ic 10May49; 

C3679, 
Hide and seek; radio script, © Mrs, 

Helen L. Whitney; Ic 6May49; C3666, 
The magic circle, a radio script, © Mrs, 

Helen L. Whitney; Ic 8Mar49; C3490. 
Pleasure and play, your plan for the day. 

[Sample radio script] © Mrs, Helen L, 

Whitney: Ic lApr49; C3546, 
Sell my show, a radio script. © Mrs. 

Helen L. Whitney; Ic 8Mar49; C3489. 

WHIZZER White, C3222, SEE The 
American Way, 047. 

WHO can build a house? DP19480, SEE 
The Eternal Light, no. 217. 

WHO needs a clock. DU20121, SEE 
Washington, Gladys Elizabeth. 

WHO? What? Where? When? DU18585. 
SEE Friedrick, Frank Robert. 



WHO would a-murdering go? DP18097. 
SEE Braun, Wilbur. 

WHO would not sing for David. DU18844, 
SEE Dr. Christian, no. 537, 

WHOLE hog or nothing. DU19641, SEE 
Ward, James Theodore. 

WHORF, Richard. 
Richard HI. DU18042, SEE Shakespeare, 
William. 

WHO'S that girl? DU19876-19877. SEE 
LaRoy, Rita. 

WHO'S who. DU18722. SEE Jackson and 
Jill (Television program) 

WHO'S zoo. DU18760. SEE Paris, Frank. 

WHY Thomas was discharged. DU19197. 
SEE Arnold, George, 

WHY worry? DU20536, SEE Jenkins, 
Helen Day, 

THE WIDOW'S mite, DU20269, SEE 
The Greatest Story Ever Told, no, 113, 

WIE sag' ich's meiner Frau? DU18984. 
SEE Suchewitz-Keller, Klementine. 

WIEDERHOLD, WilUam Cordt. 
Heaven knows, DU20246, SEE Rosengren, 
Frank Duane. 

WIEGHART, HAROLD OSCAR, 
Fairytale, a musical comedy in two acts 
by Paul Chandler [pseud.] and Joe King. 
Music by Paul Chandler fpseua,] 
lyrics by Joe King, [Text and music on 
separate leaves] © Paul Chandler 
(pseud, of Harold Oscar Wieghart) , 
Joseph Montgomery King; Ic 3May49; 
DU19855, 

WIENER, MIRIAM, 
The daughter of the house, a drama in a 
prologue and three acts, © Miriam 
Wiener: Ic 30Mar49; on revisions: 
DU19651. Prev, reg, llMarlS; D39946, 

WIENER Luft. DU18295. SEE Krisch, 
Carlo. 

WIENER roast, DU18753, SEE Aldrich 
Family, no, 468, 

WIERE, HARRY VETTER. 
Love in a cellar, a dramatic and sexual 
play in three acts, © Harry V, Wiere; 
Ic 2May49; DU20065. 

THE WIFE'S other John. DU18761. SEE 
Carole, Joseph Jerome. 

WILBUR faces facts. DP19984. SEE 
Payton, Donald. 

WILBUR faces life. DP17884. SEE Payton, 
Donald. 

WILCOCK, George, 
The fence has two sides, DU20236, SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc, 
Johnny makes a date. DU19508. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Skip Fenwick's discovery. DU20239. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Trader Thorne. DU20238. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 

WILD for to hold. DP19085. SEE Morris, 
Thomas Baden, 

WILD West steamboats. DU19347. SEE 
The Lone Rangerj no, 2519-1744, 

TytTTT T^CJ OSCSJ!" 

The birthday of the Infanta, DU19606, 
SEE Your .Show Time (Television pro- 
gram) 

The picture of Dorian Gray, DP18917. 
SEE Cox, Constance, 



93 



WILDE, PERCIVAL, 
The enchanted Christmas tree, a yuletide 

filay. [Acting ed.] London, S. French 
1948], 31 p. (French's plays for juve- 
nile performers, no, 70) © Samuel 
French ltd,: 28Sep48; DP19287, Prev, 
reg. 10Nov25, DP73336. 

WILDING PICTURE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Admiral television shorts. Script written 
by Joseph H. Cole. © Wilding Picture 
Productions, inc.; Ic 29Apr49; DU19843, 

Admiral television shorts. Script written 
by Joseph H, Cole. © Wilding Picture 
Productions, inc.; Ic 23May49; DU20101, 

Allstate all the way; scenario for a sound 
motion picture on selling Allstate Motor 
Oils, especially prepared for Sears, 
Roebuck and Co. Script by Leon Kreger, 
© Wilding Picture Productions, inc; Ic 
17Jan49; DU18071, 

The American economy, its problems and 
possibilities; especially prepared for the 
Borg-Warner Corporation and the Inland 
Steel Company. Written by James P. 
Prindle. © Wilding Picture Productions, 
inc.; Ic 29Apr49; C3655. 

The appraisal; scenario for a sound slide 
film prepared for the Ford Motor Company 
by Max Hodge. © Wilding Picture Pro- 
ductions, inc.; Ic 7Feb49; DU18700, 

Belt surgery, prepared for United States 
Rubber Company, Film script written by 
Donald N, Shepherd. © Wilding Picture 
Productions, inc; Ic 23May49; C3717, 

The benefit plan. Film script by Morgan 
W. Gibney. © Wilding Picture Productions, 
Inc; Ic 17Jun49; DU18076, 

Bright prospects. Film no, 2 in a sales 
training program for the Lincoln-Mercury 
Division, Ford Motor Company, Film 
script by Anthony A, Sassano, © Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc; Ic 3Mar49; 
C3412, 

The cheese family album, the story of 
cheese, in a sound motion picture. Script 
written by Leo S, Rosencrans for the 
Kraft Foods Company, © Wilding Picture 
Productions, inc; Ic 7Jan49; DU17952, 

The child city, a sound motion picture for 
the Loyal Order of Moose, Script written 
by Homer Gordon. © Wilding Picture Pro- 
ductions, Inc; Ic 7Jan49; DU17951, 

The constant bride, a film script by Morgan 
W, Gibney, prepared for Edison Electric 
Institute, © Wilding Picture Productions, 
Inc.; Ic 17Jan49; DU18074, 

Endless engineering; scenario of a sound 
motion picture prepared for the U,S, 
Rubber Company, by Bruce Henry, 
© Wilding Picture Productions, Inc.; Ic 
12Apr49; C3557. 

The facts about price. Script prepared for 
Wlllard Storage Battery Company by Leo S, 
Rosencrans, © Wilding Picture Pro- 
ductions, inc; Ic 7Feb49; DU18697, 

The fence has tnvo sides; a sound slidefilm 
prepared for the Lincoln -Mercury Division 
of the Ford Motor Company. Script written 
by George Wllcock. © Wilding Picture 
Productions, Inc; Ic 3Jun49; DU20236. 

Flsk Air-borne is different; scenario of a 
sound motion picture especially prepared 
for U. S, Rubber Company, Written by 
Bruce L, Henry, © Wilding Picture Pro- 
ductions, inc; Ic 23May49; C3718. 

Freedom has grass roots, the story of the 
Chicago Board of Trade, Film script 
written by Leo S, Rosencrans, © Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc; Ic 29Apr49; 
DU19840. 

From the ground up, a kodachrome motion 
picture prepared for Portland Cement 
Association. Script by Don Shepherd. 
© Wilding Picture Productions, inc; Ic 
7Jan49; C3234. 

Frozen assets, a film script by Joseph H. 
Cole, prepared for Deepfreeze Division, 
Motor Products Corporation. © Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc; Ic 17Jan49; 
DU18073. 

The golden touch, a sound slide film pro- 
duced for Norge Division, Borg-Warner 
Corporation. Scenario by Harry Grabow. 
© Wilding Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 
7Feb49; DU18698. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



WILDING PICTURE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
Cont'd. 

Green harvest; one reel theatrical ver- 
sion prepared for General Timber 
Service, inc. Film script by James P. 
Prindle. © Wilding Picture Produc- 
tions, inc.; Ic 3Mar49; C3411. 
Green harvest; one reel theatrical ver- 
sion prepared for Weyerhaeuser 
Timber Company. Script by James P, 
Prindle. © Wilding Picture Productions, 
inc.;. Ic 17Jan49- C3272. 
How to present, aemonstrate, and sell a 
sound slidefilm prepared for the Lincoln- 
Mercury Division of the Ford Motor 
Company. Script l^ Max Hodge. 
© Wilding Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 
12Apr49; DU19505. 
The international model plane contest, 
a sound slide-film script in two parts, 
prepared for Plymouth Motor Corporation, 
by Joseph H. Cole. Part 1: The salesman 
in the parlor. Part 2: Plane planning. 
© Wilding Picture Productions, inc.; 
Ic 12Apr49; C3558. 
Johnny makes a date; script for a motion 
picture prepared for the Oldsmobile 
Division of the General Motors Corpora- 
tion, by George Wilcock, © Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 12Apr49; 
DU19508. 
Keep it alive; scenario of a sound slide 
film especially prepared for International 
Harvester by Donald N. Shepherd. 
© Wilding Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 
3Mar49; C3413. 
May I help you, please? Scenario of a 
sound film especially prepared for House- 
hold Finance Corp, Script by Albert L. 
Weeks. © Wilding Picture Productions, 
inc.; 17jan49; DU18072.. 
The new Oldsmobile trailers. Film script 
by James P. Prindle. © Wilding Picture 
Productions, inc.; Ic 17Jan49; DU18070. 
A new way of living, a scenario for a sound 
slide film in color on the Coolerator 
Refrigerator, Script by Leon Kreger. 
© Wilding Picture Productions, Inc.; Ic 
17Jan49- DU18075, 
Pip, my job, and me, Sound slidefilm 
no. 1, Sales Training Series, prepared for 
Lincoln-Mercury. Script by Anthony A, 
Sassano, © Wilding Picture Productions, 
inc.; Ic 17Jan49; DU18077. 
Roots In the soil, an original screenplay 
especially prepared for Deere & Company, 
Written by James Prindle, © Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 3Jun49; 
DU20237. 
The salesmaster series (A post-graduate 
course in scientific selling) Outline of a 
visual training program prepared for the 
Dartnell Corporation, Written by 
Bruce L, Henry, © Wilding Picture Pro- 
ductions, inc; Ic 23May49: C3719, 
Selling Ford vs, Chevrolet (1949 new cars) 
prepared for Ford Motor Company, 
Written by Leon A, Kreger. © Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 23May49; 
C3716. 
Selling Ford vs, Plymouth (1949 new cirs) 
A sound slidefilm prepared for Ford Motor 
Company, Written by Leon A. Kreger, 
© Wilding Picture Productions, inc; Ic 
23May49- C3720, 
Shockproof shipping; scenario for a sound 
motion picture prepared for The O, C, 
Duryea Corporation by Joseph H. Mayne, 
© Wilding Picture Productions, Inc; Ic 
17Jan49; C3273, 
Six television spots, especially prepared 
for the Oldsmobile Division of the General 
Motors Corporation, by James Prindle. 
© Wilding Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 
12Apr49; DU19507. 
Six television spots, especially prepared 
for the Oldsmobile Division of the General 
Motors Corporation. Script written by 
James Prindle, © Wilding Picture Pro- 
ductions, Inc; Ic 29Apr49; DU19841, 
Skip Fenwlck's discovery; a sound slidefilm 
prepared for the Lincoln-Mercury Divi- 
sion of the Ford Motor Company, Script 
written by George Wilcock. © Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 3Jun49; 
DU20239. 



Specifically yours, a story of the new 
Ferguson tractor, presented in Koda- 
chrome by Harry Ferguson, inc. Pre- 
pared by Fuller and Smith and Ross, 
inc., and Wilding Picture Productions, 
inc Film script by Leo S, Rosencrans. 
© Wilding Picture Productions, inc.; 
Ic 17jan49; C3274, 
Streams of black gold; scenario of a sound 
motion picture, prepared for the U,S, 
Rubber Company by Bruce Henry. 
© Wilding Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 
7Feb49; C3375, 
Sunbeam Shavemaster TV commercials. 
Scripts for 4 TV shorts by Don Shepherd. 
© Wilding Picture Productions, Inc.; Ic 
31Jan49; DU18384. 
Sunbeam Shavemaster television shorts. 
Script written by Anthony A. Sassano, 
© Wilding Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 
23May49; DU20102, 
Sunbeam toaster, a twenty-second tele- 
vision commercial, by Joseph H, Cole. 
© Wilding Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 
3Mar49; DU19008. 
The Sunbeam toaster; script by Joseph H, 
Cole. © Wilding Picture Productions, 
inc; Ic 3Mar49; DU18992, 
Take It from "Bound-to-Happen O'Hoolahan," 
a sound slidefilm prepared for Lincoln- 
Mercury Division, Ford Motor Company, 
Script l^ Max Hodge, © Wilding Picture 
Productions, Inc.; 17Jan49; DU18078, 
Television shorts. Six scripts by Joseph H, 
Cole, especially prepared for Admiral 
Corp, © Wilding Picture Productions, 
inc; 31Jan49; DU18383, 
Television spots. Scripts for 18 TV shorts, 
by Don Shepherd, especially prepared for 
Household Finance Corp, © Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 31Jan49; 
DU18385, 
Tell your own fortune; script for a sound 
slidefilm prepared for American Meat 
Institute in cooperation with Leo Burnett 
Company, inc. Written by Joseph H. Cole, 
© Wilding Picture Productions, inc.; 
Ic 29Apr49; DU19839, 
Time for living; scenario of a motion 
picture prepared for American Institute of 
Laundering and H, Kohnstamm & Co,, inc. 
by Don Shepherd. © Wilding Picture 
Productions, inc.; Ic 7Feb49; DU18699. 
Tools of the trade; scenario for a sound 
slidefilm on advertising and displaying 
used trucks prepared for the Ford Motor 
Co., by Don Shepherd. © Wilding Picture 
Productions, inc.; Ic 12Apr49; DU19506. 
Trade-in tactics; sound slidefilm script 
prepared for Lincoln-Mercury. Written 
by A. A. Sassano. © Wilding Picture 
Productions, inc.; Ic 29Apr49; DU19842, 
Trader Thorne; a sound motion picture 
(on the subject of trading techniques for 
Ford retail salesmen) prepared for the 
Ford Motor Company, Script written by 
George Wilcock, © Wilding Picture Pro- 
ductions, inc; Ic 3jun49; DU20238, 
Treasure ho; car presentation portion of 
Oldsmobile 's Futuramlc dealer show. 
Film script written by Max Hodge, 
© Wilding Picture Productions, inc; Ic 
3Jun49; DU20240, 
The truck that tips its cab to service; the 
White 3000, Presented by The White 
Motor Company. Script by Samuel Beall 
and Leo Rosencrans. © Wilding Picture 
Productions, inc; Ic 3Mar49; DU18991, 
Unseen horizons- film script especially 
prepared for The Ohio Oil Company, by 
James P. Prindle. © Wilding Picture 
Productions, inc.; Ic 3Mar49; DU18990, 
The Velveeta story, a 30-50 automatic 
sound slide film prepared for Kraft 
Foods Company, Script by Joseph H, 
Cole. © Wilding Picture Productions, 
inc; Ic 17jan49; C3275, 
The washer that couldn't happen; scenario 
of a sound motion picture prepared for 
Bendix Home Appliances, Inc., by Bruce 
Henry, © Wilding Picture Productions, 
inc; Ic 12Apr49; DU19509, 
What do you want? A discussion of the past, 
present and future of the American econ- 
omy; especially prepared for Borg Warner 



94 



and Inland Steel, Written by James P, 
Prindle, © Wilding Picture Produc- 
tions, inc; Ic 29Apr49; C3656. 

Wiley's big week: scenario for a sound 
slidefilm on selling used trucks, by 
Joseph Mayne, © Wilding Picture Pro- 
ductions, inc; Ic 3Mar49; DU18989, 

Will you be there? An original script 
especially prepared for the American 
Red Cross (Chicago Chapter)' by James 
Prindle and Jos, H, Cole. © Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc.; Ic 17Jan49; 
C3350, ' 

You asked for it; scenario of a sound 
motion picture, especially prepared for 
U,S, Rubber Company by Bruce Henry. 
© Wilding Picture Productions, inc.: Ic 
7Feb49; C3374. 

Zenith television, an announcement film 
for dealers and distributors prepared 
for Zenith Radio Corporation. Script 
written by Joseph H. Cole. © Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc; Ic 3Ian49; 
DU17829, 

WILEY, HOWARD ALONZO, 
Fork in the road, a play in five scenes, 
© Howard A, Wiley; Ic 23Mar49; 
DU19431, 

WILEY'S big week. DU18989, SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc, 

WILKINS, ROY J, 
Darkness came before dawn, an Easter 
pageant, Kansas City, Mo,, Lillenas Pub. 
Co., 1949. 15 p. Includes music. 
© Haldor Lillenas; 10Jan49; DPI 8993. 

WILKINSON, HILDA. 
Ring o' bells, a thriller in one act, 
London, H, F, W, Deane, Boston, W, H, 
Baker Co, [19481. 23 p, (Deane's series 
of plays) © Hilda Wilkinson; 10Dec48; 
DP18828. 

WILKINSON, LOUISE EMMA. 
All from one, a play in two acts. © Louise 
E. Wilkinson; Ic 29Apr49; DU19880, 

WILKINSON, NAN STRONACH. 
The spice of life, a play in one act. © Nan 
Stronach Wilkinson; Ic 3lMar49; 
DU19500. 

WILKINSON, RICHARD HILL. 
The big potato, a comedy in three acts. 
Minneapolis, T, S, Denlson [19491. 
62 p. (Denison's royalty plays) © T, S. 
Denlson & Co,; 25Apr49; DP19790. 

WILL you be there? C3350, SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, Inc, 



WILLARD G, Gregory & Company, 
Gregory (Willard G,) & Company, 



SEE 



WILLARD Storage Battery Company, 
The facts about price, DU18697, SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, Inc 



WILLEY, Eugene Harry. 
The musical steeplechase. 
WlUey, Merritt Eugene. 



DU18792. SEE 



WILLEY, MERRITT EUGENE, 
The musical steeplechase, a radio game 
by Merritt E. WiUey and Eugene Harry 
WlUey. © Merritt Eugene Willey; Ic 
25Feb49; DU18792, 



WILLIAM of Orange. DU20466. 
McBride, Walter Thomas, 



SEE 



WILLIAMS, BERNICE W. 
Man bites apple, a comedy in three acts 
by Michaela O Harra [pseud.] Based on 
an idea by Dorothy Pe%en and Miss 
O'Harra. © Bernlce W. Williams; Ic 
25Apr49; DU19743. 

WILLIAMS, C. LEONARD. 
Stop the script, a sketch for a radio and 
television play by Len w'ims [pseud.] 
© C. Leonard Williams; Ic 21Apr49; 
C3586, 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



WILLIAMS, EMLYN. 
Pepper and sand, a duologue. London, 
H, F. W. Deane [1943], 10 p. 
(Deane's series of plays) © Emlyn 
Williams; 14Dec49; DP18827. 

WILLIAMS, FRANCES ROYSTER. 
The strange adventures of Cuddles and 
Tuckie. Episodes 1-13. [Radio script] 
© Frances Royster Williams; Ic 
23May49; DU20136. 

WILLIAMS, HALLAM-KEEP. 
Alimony Pete, a play in three acts. 
© flallam-Keep WilUams: Ic 28Jan49; 
DU18452. 

WILLL/UktS, JAY. 
Chisholm TraiL [Recording script] 

© Jay Williams; Ic ljun49; DU20422. 
Jazz band. [Recording script] © Jay 

Wimams;lc ljun49; DU20421, 
There she blow si [Recording script] 

© Jay Williams; Ic 9Feb49; DU18463. 
Workin' on the railroad, [Recording 

script] © Jay WlUiams; Ic ljun49; 

DU20420. 

WILLIAMS, JOHN. 
Closed chapter, a tragic comedy in two 
acts by John McLiam [pseud.] © John 
WiUiams; Ic 25Feb49; DU18g28, 

WILLIAMS, John Albert. 
A song and a story. DU18645. SEE 
Davis, John Homer. 

WILUAMS, MONA, 
Ordeal by reason, a play In three acts. 
© Mona Williams; Ic 22Dec48; DU18173, 

WILLIAMS, TENNESSEE, 
Summer and smoke. [A play in twelve 
scenes. 1st ed. New York] New Direc- 
tions [1948]. 130 p. © Tennessee 
Williams; 17Nov48; DP18707. 

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM CARLOS. 
A dream of love, a play in three acts and 
eight scenes. [New York, New Dlrec- • 
tions, 1948] 107 p. (Direction, 6) 
© WiUiam Carlos Williams; l6Sep48; 
DP18956. 

WILLIAMS, WYTHE. 
Pere Victoire, a play in a prologue and 
three acts. Dramatized from his book, 
"The tiger of France— conversations with 
Clemenceau." © Wythe Williams; Ic 
10Jan49; DU17975. 

WILLIAMSON, Scott Graham. 
A bed with the others- SEE Mayorga, 
Margaret. The best one-act play's ot 
1948-1949. AA117053. 

WILLIE Pep. C3650. SEE The American 
Way (Radio program) 

WILLIS, LYNN KENNETH. 
Current choice, by Lynn Willis and Edward 
j^>,?g- [R^dio script] © Lynn Kenneth 
DU20284 James Kling; Ic 8jun49; 

WILLOCK, RUTH. 
A little thing like love; comedy in one act 
by Ruth Willock and Hattie May Pavlo 
Boston, Baker's Plays [1949]. 34 p 
lUus. (Baker's royalty plays) © R'uth 
^AoS^^t H^"i^ *^ay Pavlo; 22jun49; 
DP20525. Prev. reg. 21jun48; DU15282. 

WILMURT, ARTHUR RANOUS. 
Equal angles, a comedy in one act. 
© Arthur Ranous Wilmurt; Ic 8Apr49; 
DU19498. 



WILSON, Donald, 
The model bride. 
Harold B. 



DP20064. SEE Allen, 



WILSON, ROBLEY C. 
Tonight we graduate [a play in verse] 
Boston. Baker's Plays [1949], 16 p. 
(Baker s plays for amateurs) © Walter H. 
Baker Co,; 21Jun49; DP20524. 



WILSON, Roger C. 
The Easter garden. DP19269. SEE 
Yale, Elsie Duncan. 

WIMS, Len, pseud. SEE Williams, C. 
Leonard- 



WIN, place & show. DP18404. 
Sprowl, Charles R. 



SEE 



WINANT, Murray. 
It's fun to be neat. DP19301. SEE 

Winant, Sylvia. 
Toy -time. DP19302, SEE Winant, 

Sylvia. 

WINANT, SYLVIA, 

It's fun to be neat. Original idea, story, 
and material created by Sylvia and 
Murray Winant; music composed and 
directed by Winston Sharpies; set to 
verse by T. Reid. [5 verses on envelope 
for child's record. Text only] © Winant 
Productions, inc; 17Mar47; DP19301, 

Toy-time, Original idea, characters, and 
material created by Sylvia and Murray 
Winant; music composed and directed by 
Winston Sharpies; set to verse by C, H. 
Oilman. [4 verses on envelope for 
child's record. Text only]^ © Winant 
Productions, inc; 17Mar47; DP19302. 

WINANT Productions, inc. 
It's fun to be neat. DP19301, SEE 

Winant, Sylvia, 
Toy -time, DP19302, SEE Winant, Sylvia. 

WINDOWS, and other humorous monologs. 
DP18630, SEE Sharpe, Mary G, 

WINER, Elihu. SEE Your Show Time 
(Television program) 



THE WINGED symphony, DU20303. 
Rubley, Frances Bechler. 



SEE 



WINSTON, EDWARD A. 
An alphabet honeymoon, a radio dream 
story, [Monologue] © Edward A. 
Winston; Ic 23Mar49; C3507, 

WINTER. JANET, 
A bit 01 old Ireland, a 15-minute television 

program, © Janet Winter; Ic 15Feb49; 

DU18563. 
Lac^ Hushabye, a 15-minute television 

program. © Janet Winter; Ic 15Feb49; 

DU18562. 

WINTER, Nicholas. 
The case of the angry clown, DU18032. 
SEE Carhartt, James Neale. 

WINTER, PAUL. 
Cafe Society presents stars of today and 
tomorrow; program script for television 
series, by Paul Winter, Joel Spector, 
and Abram Ginnes. © Paul Winter, 
Joel Spector; Ic ljun49; DU20219. 

WINTER, RUDOLPH THEODORE. 
The Arbor girls, a comedy in three acts 
by Rudolph T. Winter. A revision of the 
play "My sister" by Teresa Catherine 
Winter and Rudolph T. Winter, © Rudolph 
Theo. Winter; Ic 22Mar49; DU19239. 

WINTER, Teresa Catherine. 
My sister. SEE Winter, Rudolph Theodore. 
The Arbor girls. DU19239. 

WINTER fun. DU20339. SEE Sidorslqr, 
Judith. 

WINTER harbor. DU19322. SEE Tracy, 
Royal Dana. 

WINTER in heaven, DU18441. SEE Radford, 
Everett Germaine. 

WINWAR. FRANCES, pseud. 
The night before death, a play in three acts, 
by F. W. W. Webb fpseud.] © Frances 
Wlnwar^ Ic 18Feb49; DU18660. 



95 



WISBAR, FRANK. 
Thirty minutes to go — time bomb. ('Film 
script] © Frank Wisbar; Ic lApr49; 
DU19332. 



WISCONSIN showtime. DPI 8379. 
Gard, Robert Edward, 



SEE 



WISHENGRAD, MORTON, 

The Cavalcade of America. SEE The 
Cavalcade of America (Radio program) 

The Eternal Light, SEE The Eternal 
Light (Radio program) 

Unfinished business— U,S,A, Presented 
by the American Jewish Committee at 
its 42d annual meeting, 21 leaves, 
© Morton Wishengrad; 22Jan49; DP18823. 

WISMER, Harry. SEE The American Way 
(Radio program) 

WISTERIA Cottage. DU18022. SEE Mayer, 
Jerome. 

THE WITCH of Demmin. DU18397. SEE 
Kyle, Joseph Addison. 

WITCHES, bewarel DP18282. SEE Fisher, 
Aileen. 

WITH eyes that see. DU19415. SEE 
Selters, Evelyn Elizabeth Bumpus. 

WITH no awakening. DU19117. SEE 
Bolen, Virginia. 

WITH sirens blowing, DU18066, SEE 
Teal, VaL 

WITHIN these walls, DU18640. SEE 
Villani, Fred Joseph. 

WITT, HYMAN. 
Name It — and it's yours; radio quizz game. 
[Sample script] © Hyman Witt; Ic 
3May49; C3665. 

WITTELS, HERBERT G, 
"j" is for Jason, a play in three acts. 
© Herbert G, Wittels; Ic 21Feb49; 
DU18717. 

WODEHOUSE, Pelham Grenville, 
Uncle Fred flits by. DP19873, SEE 
Sergei, Christopher, P. G, Wodehouse's 
Uncle Fred flits by, 

WOLF, FRIEDRICH. 
Die Nachtschwalbe, dramatisches Nocturno 
von Friedrich Wolf, Musik von Boris 
Blacher. Op. 27. Textbuch. Berlin, 
Bote & Bock [1947]. 36 p. © Ed. Bote 
& G. Bock; 10l)ec47; DP18041. 

WOLF— wolf, DU19567, SEE Lehr, Lew, 

WOLLGIEN, KURTIS. 
Decision, a play in two acts. [In verse]^ 
© Kurtis Wollgien; Ic 28Apr49; DUigsOS. 

WOLPERT, ROLAND HOWARD. 
Now green in youth, a play in three acts 
by Roland and Stanley Wolpert, © Roland 
Howard Wolpert, Stanley Albert Wolpert; 
Ic 21Feb49; DU18889. 

WOLPERT, Stanley Albert. 
Now green in youth. DU18889. SEE 
Wolpert, Roland Howard. 

WOLVES in sheep's clothing. DU20068. 
SEE The Greatest Story Ever Told, no. 111. 

THE WOMAN rich in time, DU19012. SEE 
The Eternal Light (Radio program) No. 195. 

THE WOMAN who had everything. DU18479. 
SEE Shayeson, Frances Emille. 

Woman whose laughter. DU19381. SEE 
Johnston, Albert Henry. 

THE WOMAN'S opinion. C3579. SEE 
Hanrahan, Gene. 

THE WOMEN'S club of the air. C3495. SEE 
Magee, Mary Jane, 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE WOMEN'S lecture, 
Meade, Charles R. 



C3303. SEE 



THE WONDERFUL train that Billie built. 
DU19469. SEE Billie the Brownie, no. 10, 

WOOD, Ellen Price, 
East Lynne. DU20436, SEE LoCicero, 
Barbara Elizabeth Bogart, 



THE WOODBEES, DU19245. 
Stow sand, Ida Marie. 



SEE 



WOODMANSEE, HORACE ALBRO. 
Behind that door. [Television script] 
© Horace Albro Woodmansee; Ic l6jun49: 
DU20370. 

WOODMANSEE, Stanley Dennison. 
One for the books. DU20476. SEE 
Cuthrell, Stephen. 

WOODRESS, Frederick A. 
Impasse. SEE Mayorga, Margaret. The 
best one-act plays of 1948-1949. 
AAin053. 

WOOLFOLK, GEORGE RUBLE. 
Nat Turner, a play in two scenes. © Dr. 
George Ruble Woolfolk; Ic 4Apr49; 
DU19388, 

WOOLRICH, Cornell George Hopley, SEE 
Hopley-Woolrich, Cornell George, 

WOOLSEY, MARYHALE, 
The enchanted attic, a musical play for 
children in one act. Story and lyrics 
by Maryhale Woolsey, music by Seldon 
N. Heaps. Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge 
Entertainment House, cl948. 38 p. 
© Eldridge Entertainment House, inc.; 
14Sep48; DP18638. 



A WORD with Wendy. 
Seeger, Hal. 



DU19461. SEE 



WORDS and music. 
Willis Russell. 



C3449. SEE Harpel, 



A WORK of art. DU19712. SEE Favorite 
Story, Nov. 9, 1948. 

WORKIN' on the railroad. DU20420. SEE 
Williams, Jay. 

WORLD mother. DP18095. SEE Houston, 
Gemma d'Auria. 

A WORLD of songs. DU18390. SEE 
Silvius, Gilbert G. 

WORLD time signal. C3657. SEE McCrillis, 
Carl Gregory. 

THE WORLD turned upside down. DP18542. 
SEE Sansom, Clive Henry. 

WORLD Video, inc. SEE 
The Actor's Studio (Television program) 
Celebrity time. DUi9462. SEE 

Lafferfy, Perry. 
Floor show. DU18776. SEE Anderson, 

Ernest. 
Riddle Me This (Television program) 

WORLD'S famous international prayer. 
C3597. SEE Mayo, John. 

THE WORTHINGTON papers. DU20400. 
SEE The Green Hornet, no. 950. 



WOUK, HERMAN. 
The traitor, a play in two acts. 
Wouk; Ic 7Apr49; DU19455. 



© Herman 



WOULD you like to move to a desert island? 
C3321. SEE What Do You Think? (Tele- 
vision program) 

WOZENCRAFT, MARIAN LEITCH. 
Piano playtime; or. Piano lesson time. 
Scripts 1-2. © Marian Leitch Wozen- 
craft; Ic each 17Jan49; C3268-3269. 

WREN, MICATAH. 
Shades of life. Audition script no. 1. 
I didn't say a word. © Micajah Wren; Ic 
14Dec48; DU18416. 



You are there, 
program) 



SEE You Are There (Radio 



WRIGHT, Edna, pseud. SEE Lichtenfels, 
Edna Anderson. 

WRIGHT, Fred Howard. 
Champion, the world's wonder horse. 
SEE Champion, the World's Wonder Horse 
(Radio program) 
The Haleyville hornet. DU20372. SEE 
Richards, Walter Auldon. 



WRITTEN in the stars. 
Plitt, Alice. 



DU20462. SEE 



WYANDOTTE Chemicals Corporation. 
Helping profits climb. C3612. SEE Handy 

(Jam) Organization, inc. 
Modern commercial dish-washing. C3613. 
SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

WYCHERLEY, William. 
A country wife. DU19823. SEE Carr, 
John Emmett. 

WYMAN, HERBERT JACK. 
What would you do? Sample radio script. 
© H. JackWyman; Ic 19May49; C3708. 

WYMAN, JUSTUS EDWIN. 
The eagle with clay feet, a drama in three 
acts. © Justus E. Wyman; Ic 10Jan49; 
DU18410. 

WYNN, RICHARD FISCHER. 
The un-rest cure, an original comedy in 
three acts. Based on characters created 
by Saki (H. H. Munro). © Richard F. 
Wynn; lc.6Jun49; DU20248. 

WYNNS, Craig, pseud. SEE Craig, Walter. 



XANTHO, PETER. 
Roman holiday, a musical satire in two 
acts. Book by Peter Xantho, lyrics by 
Greg Kayne, music by Marcel Dumas. 
© Peter Xantho, Greg Kayne, Marcel 
Dumas; Ic 14Jun49; DU20385. 

XMAS. SEE Christmas. 



YALE, ELSIE DUNCAN. 

The breaking of the bread, a playlet for 
Easter. Winona Lake, Ind., Rodeheaver 
Hall-Mack Co., cl949. ri6] p. © The 
Rodeheaver Co.; 24Feb49; DP18834. 

The Easter garden, an Easter cantata- 
pageant for choir and Sunday school. 
Book and lyrics by Elsie Duncan Yale, 
music by Roger C. Wilson. Dayton, O., 
Lorenz Pub. Co., cl949. 32 p. © Lorenz 
Pub. Co.; 3Jan49- DP19269. 

Golden roses, a Children's Day pageant. 
Book and lyrics by Dorothy Abbott 
[pseudj music by I. H. Meredith. New 
York, Tullar -Meredith Co., cl949. 
© Tullar -Meredith Co.; 16Mar49; 
DP19527. 

They also served, a playlet for Children's 
Day. Winona Lake, Ind., Rodeheaver 
Hall-Mack Co., cl949. {7] p. © The 
Rodeheaver Co.; 24Feb4^9; DP18835. 

YANNOPOULOS, DINO. 
The golden curtain, by Dino Yannopoulos 
and Wade Dent. [Screenplay] © Dino 
Yannopoulos; Ic 23F.eb49; DU19191. 

YAWITZ, PAUL ARTHUR. 
End money, a play in three acts by Paul 
Yawitz and Manny Seff. © Manuel Seff, 
Paul A. Yawitz; Ic 20Jun49; DU20459. 



YEA gods! 
David. 



DU19648. SEE Belgrade, 



YEARS of the harvest. DU18865. 
Pollock, Bert DanieL 

96 



SEE 



YEATS, JOHN BUTLER. 
In sand, a play in three acts by Jack B. 
Yeats. © John Butler Yeats; Ic 
13May49; DU20311. 

YELLOW CABaret. C3517. SEE 
Shapiro, Milton. 

YESTERDAY. DU20430. SEE Masteroff, 
Joseph. 

YESTERDAY becomes tomorrow. C3614. 
SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

YESTERDAY was springtime. SEE 
Sheldon, Paula Drendell. The Prince 
passes. DU17876. 

YESTERYEARS. DU18459. SEE Shulman, 
Edward S. 

YET must be singing. DU20455. SEE 
Perling, Joseph Jerry. 

"YET never a word." DU19150. SEE 
McGovern, Milton. 

YODER, CHARLES LESTER. 
A strange duel, a play in three acts. 
© Charles Lester Yoder; Ic 3May49; 
DU19853. 



YOGA relaxation formula. 
Darrigo, John James. 



C3447. SEE 



YOU and your child, DU20211. SEE 
Morse, Arthur D. 

YOU are as old as the world, which you 
make young every spring. DU18580. 
SEE Llebau, Helene Hans. 

YOU ARE THERE (Radio program) Scripts 
in this series are by various authors. 
© Columbia Broadcasting System, inc. 

23. Feb. 22, 1948. The battle of Gettys- 
burg, by Micajah Wren and Robert Lewis 
Shayon. © Ic 26Apr49; DU19746. 

J Issued under the title CBS Is There] 
. May 16, 1948. The signing of the 
Magna Charta, by Henry Walsh and 
Robert Lewis Shayon. © Ic 26Apr49; 
DU19745. 
56. Nov. 28, 1948. The conquest of the 
Grand Canyon, by Irve Tunick and 
Robert Lewis Shayon. © Ic 27Jan49; 
DU18142. 

63. Jan. 23, 1949. The betrayal of Tous- 
saint L'Ouverture, by Joseph Liss. © Ic 
llMar49; DU19078. 

64. Jan. 30, 1949. Colonel Johnson eats 
the love apple, by Micajah Wren and 
Robert Lewis Shayon. © Ic llMar49; 
DU19079. 

65. Feb. 6, 1949. The trial of John Peter 
Zenger, by Irve Tunick and Robert 
Lewis Shayon. © Ic llMar49; DU19080. 

66. Feb. 13, 1949. The battle of Hastings, 
by Michael Sklar and Robert Lewis 
Shayon. © Ic llMar49; DU19081. 

67. Feb. 20, 1949. The fall of Savanarola, 
l^ Henry Walsh. © Ic llMar49; 
DU19082. 

68. Feb. 27, 1949. The impeachment of 
Andrew Johnson, by Irve Tunick. © Ic 
llMar49; DU19083. 

69. Mar. 6, 1949. Alexander the Great 
seeks mastery of the world, a trilogy. 
Part 1, The peace offer, by Michael 
Sklar and Robert Lewis Shayon. © Ic 
llMar49; DU19084. 

70. Mar. 13, 1949. Alexander the Great 
seeks mastery of the world, a trilogy. 
Part 2, The battle for Asia, by Michael 
Sklar. © Ic 25Apr49; DU19704. 

71. Mar. 20, 1949. Alexander the Great 
seeks mastery of the world, a trilogy. 
Part 3, Mutiny in India, by Michael 
Sklar. © Ic 25Apr49; DU19705. 

72. Mar. 27, 1949. The Oklahoma land 
run, by Sylvia Berger. © Ic 25Apr49; 
DU19706. 

73. Apr. 3, 1949. The execution of Mary, 
Queen of Scots; by Joseph Liss and 
Robert Lewis Shayon. © Ic 25Apr49; 
DU19707. 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



YOU ARE THERE (Radio program) Cont'd 

75. Apr. 10, 1949. Peary's dash to the 
North Pole, by Irve Tunick. © Ic 
25Apr49; DU19708. 

76. Apr. 17, 1949. Napoleon returns 
from Elba, by Irve Tunick and Robert 
Louis Shayon. © Ic 25Apr49; DU19709, 

77. Apr. 24, 1949, The assassination of 
Julius Caesar, by Sigmund Miller. © Ic 
24May49; DU20129. 

78. May 1, 1949, The death of Montezuma, 
l^ Michael Sklar and Robert Shayon. © Ic 
24May49; DU20130. 

79. May 8, 1949. The impeachment of 
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Chase, by 
Irve Tunick. © Ic 24May49; DU20131. 

80. May 15, 1949. Lexington, Concord, 
and Merriam's Corner; by Howard Mer- 
rill and Robert Shayon. © Ic 24May49; 
DU20132. 

81. May 22, 1949. April 12, 1861, Fort 
Sumter; by Michael Sklar, © Ic 
24May49; DU20133. 

YOU asked for it. C3374. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

YOU better get well. C3789, SEE 
Schwarz, Lewis E, 

YOU can have it.. DU18679, SEE Silver - 
stone, Mark Edison. 

YOU can't have it all, George! SEE 
Plitt, Alice. Written in the stars, 
DU20462. 

YOU cant judge a book, C3436, SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc, 

YOU gotta stay happy, DU18801, SEE 
Lux Radio Theatre, Jan. 17, 1949. 

YOU have to be crazy, DU19788, SEE 
Harmon, Charlotte Buchwald. 

YOU have to be hardy. DU20058, SEE 
La Forge, Edward Charles. 

THE YOUNG and fair. DP18831. SEE 
Nash, N. Richard, 

YOUNG Calvinist Federation, 
A call to action. DPI 8494. SEE 
Youngsma, Syd T. 

YOUNG People's Records, inc. 
American almanac — December. 

DU20347. SEE Brand, Oscar. 
American almanac— May. DU20338. 

SEE Brand, Oscar. 
The bells of Calais. DU20345. SEE 

Mar shack, Alexander. 
The big engine. DU20336. SEE 

Sidorslqr, Judith. 
The birth of Paul Bunyan. DU20340. 

SEE Glazer, Tom. 
Funniest song in the world. DU18464. 

SEE Abrashkin, Raymond, 
Happy birthday. DU20337. SEE Brown, 

Margaret Wise. 
Kitchen music, DU20350, SEE Child, 

Malcolm. 
Let's all join in, DU20417, SEE Brand, 

Oscar, 
Little brass band, DU20348. SEE 

Brown, Margaret Wise, 
The little cowboy, DU20342, SEE 

Sidorsky, Judith, 
The music listening game, DU20343, 

SEE Andrews, Daniel. 
Out-of-doors. DU20346. SEE Sidorsky, 

Judith. 
Rainy day, DU20341. SEE Sidorsky, 

Judith. 
The runaway sheep. DU20344, SEE 

Abrashkin, Raymond, 
There she blowsl DU18463. SEE 

Williams, Jay, 
Winter fun. DU20339, SEE Sidorsky, 

Judith. 

YOUNGSMA, SYD T, 
A call to action, an historical pageant. 
Grand Rapids, Mich,, [Young Calvinist 
Federation, 1949] 32 p, © The Young 
Calvinist Federation; 25jan49; DP18494, 



YOUR Canada, 
Paul F, 



DU17824, SEE Adler, 



YOUR friend— the swindler, DU19211, 
SEE Jampel, CarU 



YOUR happinessi DU20165. SEE Gentry, 
Robert Carlton. 

YOUH HIT PARADE (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Paul Dudleys. 
© The American Tobacco Co., Inc. 

708. Jan. 1, 1949. © Ic 3Feb49; C3344. 

709. Jan. 8, 1949. © Ic 3Feb49; C3343. 

710. Jan. 15, 1949. © Ic 3Feb49; C3342. 

711. Jan. 22, 1949. © Ic 3Feb49; C3341. 

712. Jan. 29, 1949. © Ic 3Feb49; C3345. 
713-716. Feb. 5, 12, 19, 26, 1949. © Ic 

each 14Mar49; C3475-3478. 
717-720. Mar. 5, 12, 19, 26, 1949. © Ic 

each 7Apr49; C3548-3551, 
721-725, Apr, 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 1949. 

© Ic each 17May49; C3703-3707, 
726-729. May 7, 14, 21, 28, 1949. © Ic 

each 15jun49; C3773-3776. 

YOUR home town minstrel show. DP17990. 
SEE Adair, Jack. 

YOUR SHOW TIME (Television program) 

Marshall Grant-Realm Television Produc- 
tions. Scripts in this series are by various 

authors. ©> Realm Television Productions, 

inc. 

The adventure of the speckled band; screen- 
play by Walter Doniger, based on the story 
fay A. Conan Doyle. © ic 8Feb49; DU18523. 

The birthday of the Infanta; screenplay by 
Oscar Saul, based on a story by Oscar 
Wilde. © Ic 12Apr49; DU19606. 

A capture; screenplay by Bess Taffel, based 
on the story by H. C. Bunner. © Ic 
8Feb49; DU18524. 

The celebrated jumping frog of Calaveras 
County; screenplay by Elihu Winer and 
Paul Trivers, based on the story by 
Samuel Clemens, © Ic 22Mar49; DU19194, 

Colonel Starbottle for the plaintiff; screen- 
play by Elihu Winer, based on a story by 
Bret Harte. © Ic lApr49; DU19402, 

A confession on New Year's eve; screenplay 
by Elihu Winer, based on a story by 
Hermann Sudermann. © Ic 3Mar49; 
DU19006, 

Cricket on the hearth; screenplay by Louis 
Lantz, based on a story by Charles 
Dickens, © Ic lApr49; DU19401, 

The lady or the tiger? Screenplay by 
Charles F. Haas, based on a story by 
Frank R. Stockton. © Ic 3Mar49; 
DU19007. 

Lodging for the night; screenplay by Ed- 
ward Huebsch, based on a story l^ 
Robert Louis Stevenson. © Ic 12Apr49; 
DU19605. 

The Manchester marriage, screenplay by 
David Ellis, based on a tale by Elizabeth 
GaskeU. © Ic 8Feb49; DU18453. 

The Marquise; screenplay by Edith Martin, 
based on a story by George Sand, © Ic 
3Mar49; DU19004. 

The million pound bank note; screenplay by 
Louis Lantz, based on the story by Samuel 
Clemens, © Ic 22Mar49; DU19196, 

Les mlserables; screenplay by Bess Taffel, 
based on the novel by Victor Hugo. © Ic 
22Mar49; DU19195, 

The mysterious picture; screenplay by 
Bess Taffel, based on the story 1^ Char- 
les de Coster, © Ic 3Mar49; DU19003, 

An old, old story; screenplay by Sudifi Lee 
Copeland, based on a story by H. C. 
Bunner, © Ic 3Mar49; DU19005, 

An only son; screenplay by Lee Copeland, 
based on a story ty Sarah Orne Jewett. 
© Ic lApr49; DU19400. 

The real thing; screenplay by Elihu Winer, 
based on the story by Henry James, © Ic 
8Feb49; DU18522, 

The tenor; screenplay by Elihu Winer, 
based on the story by H. C, Bunner, © Ic 
8Feb49; DU18526, 

The treasure of Franchard; screenplay by 
Edward Huebsch, based on the story by 
Robert Louis Stevenson. © Ic 8Feb49; 
DU18525. 

Why Thomas was discharged; screenplay 
by Millard Kaufmann, based on the story 
by George Arnold, © Ic 22Mar49; 
DU19197. 

YOUR tune on trial. SEE Llndenmuth, 
William Isaac. Melody Court. DU19310. 



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YOU'RE ON THE AIR (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Budd Norman 
Bankson. © Budd Norman Bankson. 

Audition script. © Ic 5Apr49; DU19418. 
Apr. 27, May 4, 1949. © Ic each 9May49; 
DU19921-19922. 

YOU'RE the eye-witness. C3443. SEE 
Simon, Abraham Lincoln. 



THE YOUTH who learned to shiver and 
shake, DU18881, SEE Let's Pretend, 
Feb, 19, 1949, 



YUNG Lu and the magic pearl. DP20231. 
SEE Franklin, Frances. 



ZAVIDOWSKY, BERNARD. 
Hang fire, a play in three acts. © Bernard 
Zavldowsky; Ic 3Jun49; DU20245. 

ZAVIN, Benjamin. 

The Actor's Studio, SEE The Actor's 
Studio (Television program) 

Aftermath, a play In three acts, © Ben- 
jamin Zavin; Ic 9May49; DU19942. 

ZEAMER, MlchaeL SEE The Actor's 
Studio (Television program) 

ZEE Tavern blere presentations. DU18704. 
SEE Hanger, William Arnold. 



ZELLERS, PARKER RICHARDSON. 
Hey hey; a musical play in two acts. [Text 
and music on separate leaves] © Parker 
Richardson Zellers; Ic 13Jun49; 
DU20373. 



ZENITH Radio Corporation. 
Zenith television. DU17829. SEE Wild- 
ing Picture Productions, Inc. 

ZENITH television. DU17829. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, Inc. 

ZIMMERMAN, DUANE ARTHUR. 
The sketchbook. [Radio, script] © Duane 
Arthur Zimmerman; Ic 2May49; C3636, 

ZIMMERMAN, JACK. 
The chosen vessel, a life of St. PauL A 
play In three acts. © Jack Zimmerman; 
Ic 17Mar49; DU19160. 

ZINKA, the queen of Crystal Spring. 
DU18669. SEE Leone, Edmund. 



ZIPPORAH, DP18533. 
Light, no. 198. 



SEE The Eternal 



ZIV (Frederic W.) Company. SEE 
Boston Blackle (Radio program) 
The Cisco Kid (Radio program) 

ZONE of quiet. DU18577. SEE The 
Actor's Studio, no. 21. 

ZUvlelGeld. AF10190. SEE Shaw, 
George Bernard. 

ZUKERMAN, LEONARD ARTHUR. 
Tomorrow the wedding, a radio play from 
the series "Files from the Desertion 
Bureau." © Leonard A. Zukerman; Ic 
llApr49; DU19518. 

ZWEIMAL Amphitryon, SEE Kaiser, Georg. 
Grlechische Dramen. AF9742. 

ZWERDLING, ALLEN P. 
Audition for angels, a new television show. 
[Audition script]^ © Allen Zwerdllng; Ic 
19Apr49; DU19650. 

U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : O — 1949 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 
Third Series 

VOLUME 3, PARTS 3-4, NUMBER 2 



Dramas and Works Prepared 
for Oral Delivery 



JULY-DECEMBER 

1949 




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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 
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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

THIRD SERIES 

TABLE OF ORGANIZATION 

Price per 

semiannual 

issue 

Part 1 A Books $1. 50 

A Books and selected pamphlets. 

AF Books in foreign languages published abroad. 

AI Books in the English language first published abroad. 

Part IB Pamphlets, Serials and Contributions to Periodicals 1. 50 

A A Pamphlets and serials, also books not included in Part lA. 
B5 Contributions to periodicals. 

Part 2 Periodicals 1. 00 

B Periodicals. 

Parts 3 &? 4 Dramas and Works Prepared for Oral Delivery 1. GO 

C Lectures and other works prepared for oral delivery. 

DP Published dramatic and dramatico-musical works. 
DU Unpublished dramatic and dramatico-musical works. 

Part 5A Published Music 1. 50 

EF Musical compositions pubhshed abroad. 

EP Musical compositions pubHshed in the United States. 

Part 5B Unpublished Music 1. 50 

EU Unpublished music. 

Part 6 Maps 50 

F Maps. 

Parts 7-11 A Works of Art, Reproductions of Works of Art, Scientific and 

Technical Drawings, Photographic Works, Prints and Pictorial 
Illustrations 1. 00 

GP Published works of art and designs for works of art. 

GU Unpublished works of art and designs for works of art. 

H Reproductions of works of art published in the United 

States. 

HE Reproductions of works of art published abroad. 

IP Published drawings or plastic works of a scientific or tech- 

nical character. 

lU Unpublished drawings or plastic works of a scientific or 
technical character. 

JP Published photographs. 

JU Unpublished photographs. 

K Prints and pictorial illustrations, published in the United 

States. 

KF Prints and pictorial illustrations published abroad. 

Part llB Commercial Prints and Labels 1. 00 

KK Commercial prints and labels. 

Parts 12 &? 13 . . . . Motion Pictures 50 

LP Published motion picture photoplays. 

LU Unpublished motion picture photoplays. 

MP Published motion pictures other than photoplays. 

MU Unpublished motion pictures other than photoplays. 

Part 14A Renewal Registrations — Literature, Art, Film 50 

R Renewal registrations. 

Part 14B Renewal Registrations — Music 1. 00 

R Renewal registrations. 



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COPYRIGHT OFFICE 

NOTICE is given to authors, copyright proprietors and 
other lawful claimants that they may claim and remove 
before January 1, 1951, any article of the following named 
classes of published works deposited for copyright between 
January 1, 1947, and January 1, 1948, not reserved or dis- 
posed of as provided by sections 213 and 214 of Title 17 of 
the United States Code and still remaining in the files of the 
Copyright Office at the time of the request for their removal. 
The classes of published works covered by this notice are : 

Contributions to periodicals. 

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

Reproductions of a work of art. 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or 

technical character. 
Photographs. 
Prints and pictorial illustrations excluding 

prints or labels used for articles of merchandise. 

Other published works and all unpublished works are not 
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PREFACE 



THIS part of the Catalog of Copyright Entries con' 
tains an alphabetical list of the dramas and works 
prepared for oral delivery which were registered in 
the Copyright Office in Classes C and D from July 1, 
1949, through December 31, 1949, and also selected 
dramas registered in Class A during the same period. 
Approximately ninety percent of the works regis- 
tered in Class C are scripts for radio programs, tele- 
vision productions, motion pictures, or phonograph 
records. Similar scripts, essentially dramatic in 
nature, are sometimes registered in Class D, as 
either published or unpublished works. Approxi- 
mately eighteen percent of the dramatic composi- 
tions listed in this issue are published works. 
Renewal registrations in these classes made in this 
period are listed in Part 14A. 

Arrangement and Entry. — All entries are 
arranged in one alphabet, which includes cross 
references from titles, editors, translators, claimants, 
other contributing authors, and, in the case of 
dramatic works based upon works by other authors, 
from the authors and titles of those original works. 
The main entry for each work is under author, except 
for radio and television programs which are entered 
under the title of the program. 

Copyright Data. — The portion of the entry 
giving facts of copyright registration begins with the 
copyright symbol © and consists of the name of the 
claimant, the date of publication as given in the 
application (for published works) or the abbrevia- 
tion ''Ic," followed by the date of receipt of one 
copy (for unpublished works), and the copyright 
registration number. 

Deposit of Copies. — In the case of every 
copyright entry listed in this part of the Catalog, the 
deposit of copies (or copy) as required by Title 17, 
U. S. C, sees. 12, 13, or 215 has been made. Foreign 
works for which two copies have been deposited 
under sec. 215 are distinguished by a registration 
number, the first digit of which is a zero. 

Authority. — The Catalog of Copyright En- 
tries is published by authority of Title 17, U. S. C, 
sees. 210 and 211. Section 210 provides that the 
Catalog ''shall be admitted in any court as prima 
facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 

Orgam2;ation of the Catalog. — This issue of 



the Catalog is part of Volume 3 of the Third Series. 
The parts are numbered according to the alphabeti- 
cal sequence of classes as listed in Title 17, 0. S. C, 
sec. 5. Letters are added to the part numbers to 
indicate subdivisions. 

The classes of material principally contained in 
each part are listed, together with their respective 
symbols, under the title of the part in the Table of 
Organi2;ation which faces the title page in this issue. 
In each, the first letter of the symbol is that of the 
class under which registration is made ; the second, if 
any, is a designation added by the Copyright Office 
for purposes of statistical analysis of registrations. 
The symbol R does not represent a class designated 
by the Copyright Act, but has been adopted by the 
Copyright Office to distinguish renewal copyright 
registrations. Some parts also contain registrations 
made under other symbols if the subject matter or 
type of material of these registrations is similar to 
that generally included in the part. 

Orders. — The Office calls attention to the fact 
that orders for all parts of the Catalog should 
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ABBREVIATIONS 

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

— pseudonym 

— previously registered 

— part 

— publisher, published, publishing 

— revised by, reviser, revision 

— trading as 

— translator, translated by 

— volume, volumes 

COPYRIGHT REGISTRATIONS OF DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED 

FOR ORAL DELIVERY 

July-December 1949 

Class C — Lectures and other works prepared for oral delivery 519 

Class D — Published dramatic and dramatico-musical works 383 

Unpublished dramatic and dramatico'musical works 1, 758 

Total , 2, 660 

The above figures show the registrations for dramas and work prepared for oral delivery for July-December 
1949, but do not necessarily represent the exact number of entries in this issue of the Catalog. 



aka 


— also known as 


pseud. 


c (followed by 


— the year of publication given in 


prev. reg 


date) 


copyright notice 


pt. 


© 


— copyright claimed by 


pub. 


comp. 


— compiled by, compiler 


rev. 


dba 


— doing business as 


ta 


ed. 


— edited by, editor, edition 


tr. 


Ic 


— one copy deposited 


v., vol. 


P- 


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VI 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 

An alphabetical list of dramatic compositions registered during the period covered 
by this issue. The list includes, in addition to dramas, scripts for radio programs, 
television productions, motion pictures, and phonograph records. Works are listed 
under author except for radio and television programs, which are entered under the 
title of the program. Cross references from titles, claimants, editors, translators. 
etc. are included in their alphabetical place. 



AC theory, pt. 2-3. C4063, C4156. SEE 
Gorder, Leslie Orlando. Transpondence 
course EE, no. 14-15. 

A Dieu vat. DU21188. SEE Marchand. 
Leopold. 

A la carte. DP21338. SEE Melville, 
Alan. 

AABERG, JEAN LITTLEJOHN. 
Get the coast on the phone, a com,edy in 
three acts, by Jean Aaberg and Carolyn 
Ramsey. © Jean L. Aaberg, Carolyn 
Ramsey; Ic 25Aug49; DU21196. 

AARN, the cobbler, and the western wall. 
DP21606. SEE The Eternal Light (Radio 
Program) No. 237. 

ABARNO, FRANK PAUL. 
Short plays for boys and girls. 
Contents. —The belittled little Little. — 
A matter of law and pants. — Truant trou- 
ble. — Fifteen in eight. — Claudius goes 
to town. © Frank Paul Abarno; Ic 
29Aug49; DU21204. 

ABEL, Lionel. 
Three plays. A35222. SEE Sartre, 
Jean Paul. 

ABEL, ROBERT. 
The battle of sexes, a three-act play. 
© Robert Abel; Ic 170ct49; DU21972. 

ABERCROMBIE, Hugh, pseud. SEE- 
Anderson, Hugh Abercrombie. 

ABRAHAM Lincoln. C4254. SEE Sundeen, 
Harry Lloyd. 



ABRAMS, Annie. 
Meet me tonight in dreamland. 
SEE Abrams, Louis. 



DU21391. 



ABRAMS, LOUIS. 
Meet me tonight in dreamland, a play in 
twenty scenes by Lou and Ann Abrams. 
© Louis Abrams, Annie Abrams.; Ic 
8Sep49; DU21391. 

ABRAMS, LOUIS ENARD. 
It's a glorious life, a three-act operetta 
by George Clavis [pseud. ] Text and 
music on separate leaves. © Louis 
Enard Abrams; Ic 240ct49- 
DU21857. 

THE ABYSS. DU22462. SEE Rodiack, 
Robert Eric. 

ACCIDENTAL hero. DP22408. SEE Sapp 
Phyllis Woodruff. 

Accidentally yours. dp2iooo. see 

Snapp, Pauline Williams. 



ACHARD, MARCEL. 
Aupr^s de ma blonde. SEE Behrman, 
Samuel Nathauiiel. I know my love. 
DU22111. 
La demoiselle de petite vertu, pifece en 
trois actes. © Marcel Achard; Ic 
29Nov49; DU22585. 



ACKLEY, Alfred Henry. 
A King is born. DP21982. 
Elsie Duncan. 



SEE Yale, 



ACKLEY, Bentley DeForrest. 
A King is born. DP21982. SEE Yale. 
Elsie Duncan. 

ACQUITTED. DU22316. SEE Rauh, Ida. 

ACRES of sunshine. DU20725, DU22436. 
SEE Stevens, Mary Ellen. 

ACTOR'S STUDIO (Television program) 
Scripts in this series are by various au- 
thors. © World Video, inc. 

36. Sept. 28, 1949. The Canterville 
ghost, from the phantasy by Oscar 
Wilde. Adapted by Robert Anderson. 
© Ic 10Oct49; DU21726. 

37. Oct. 5, 1949. Terror in the streets, 
from a story by Robert Lowry. Adapt- 
ed by Doris Frankel. © Ic 5Dec49; 
DU22370. 

38. [Oct. 12, 1949] It's a free country, 
from a story by Colin G. Jamison. 
Adapted by Howard Rodman. © Ic 
240ct49; DU21866. 

39. Oct. 19, 1949. We'll never have a 
nickel, from a work by James Ronald. 
Adapted by Mel Goldberg. © Ic 3Nov49; 
DU21975. 

40. Oct. 26, 1949. Clarissa, from a 
story by Mary E. Wilkins. Adapted by 
David Shaw. © Ic 9Nov49; DU22100. 

[1.] Nov. 1, 1949. Return to Kansas 
City, from a story by Irwin Shaw. 
Adapted by Richard Farley. © Ic 
5Dec49; DU22371. 

3. Nov. 15, 1949. A frame-up, from a 
story by Ring Lardner. Adapted by 
David Shaw. © Ic 5Dec49; DU22350. 

4. Nov. 22, 1949. The three strangers, 
from a story by Thomas Hardy. Adapt- 
ed by Alvin Sapinsley. © Ic 8Dec49; 
DU22444. 

ADAIR, JACK. 
The hometowner's favorite minstrel show. 

© Jack Adair; 15Aug49; DP21109. 
Jack Adair's big time minstrels. © Jack 

Adair; 25Aug49; DP21232. 
Main Street's minstrel revue. [Text only] 

©Jack Adair; 10Oct49; DP21751. 

ADAMS, JAMES FOWLER. 
Star bright, a play in a prologue and eight 
scenes. © James F. Adams, Jr. ; Ic 
6Sep49; DU21313. 



ADAMS, Richard, pseud. 
Dagmar Vola (Thomas) 



SEE Sandeen, 



ADAMS, ROBERT NEAL. 
Huckleberry Finn, a play with music in 
two acts. Based on the book by Samuel 
Clemens, adapted by Robert Adams, 
music and lyrics by Henry Sullivan. 
[Text only] © Robert N. Adams; Ic 
9Nov49; DU22095. 

ADAMSON, Edward J. SEE The Shadow 
(Radio program) 

ADE, George. 
Aunt Fanny from Chautauqua. SEE One- 
act plays for stage and study. AA136700. 

ADELMAN, LOUIS C. 
Corner of God, a play in three acts. 
© Louis Adelman; Ic 29Sep49; DU21624. 

ADKINS, Josephine Bacon. SEE Bacon, 
Josephine. 

ADLER, PAUL F. 
Junior Police Academy; television and 
radio program. [Sample script] © Af- 
filiated Program Service, inc. ; Ic 
280ct49; DU21977. 

ADMON, Jed, pseud. SEE Gorochov, 
ledidia. 

ADVENTURE in time. DP21617. SEE 
The Eternal Light (Radio program) 
No. 226. 

ADVENTURES of an Afikomon. DU20 773. 
SEE Mayer, Heidy S. 

THE ADVENTURES of Bric-el-de-bric, the 
magic donkey. DU22341. SEE Dalton, 
Helen Drucilla. 

THE ADVENTURES OF CYCLONE MALONE 
(Television program) Scripts in this se- 
ries are by Ann Irene Davis and Dorothy 
Anderson Novis. © Ann Irene Davis, 
Dorothy Anderson Novis. 

1-20. © Ic each 210ct49; DU21856. 

21-40. © Ic each 5Dec49; bU22373. 

41-60. © Ic each 5Dec49; DU22374. 

61-80. © Ic each 16Dec49; DU22580. 

THE ADVENTURES OF FRANK MERRI- 
WELL (Radio program) Scripts in this 
series are written by Gilbert and Ruth 
Braun and William Welch. © Harvan 
Barr Patten. 

138. May 28, 1949. Frank Merriwell's 
promise. © Ic lSep49; DU2197. 

139. June 4, 1949. The mystery man. 
© Ic lSep49; DU21298. 

140. June 11, 1949. The Class Week 
adventure. © Ic lSep49; DU21299. 

141. June 18, 1949. The case of the 
sensitive horse. © Ic lSep49; DU21300. 

142. June 25, 1949. Aunt Susan's 
dilemma. © Ic lSep49; DU21301. 

143. July 2, 1949. The fire trap. © Ic 
lSep49; DU21302. 

144. July 9, 1949. The mysterious is- 
land. © Ic lSep49; DU21303. 



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THE ADVENTURES of Gertie. DU22358. 
SEE Lawrence, Jerome, pseud. 

ADVENTURES of Glymis. DP21382. SEE 
Turrentine, Charles Glenn. 

ADVENTURES of Jeff Stockton, cabdriver. 
SEE Roth, Stella Ann. Jeff Stockton, cab- 
driver. DU21885. 

THE ADVENTURES OF PRINCESS PET 
(Radio program) Scripts in this series are 
by Robert E. Clarke and Associates inc 
© Pet Dairy Products Co. 

14-33. July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30. Aug. 6, 13 
20, 27, Sept. 3, 10, 17, 24, Oct. 1 8 
15, 22, 29, Nov. 5, 12, 1949. © Ic each 
25Jul49; DU20883-20902. 

34-39. Nov. 19, 26, Dec. 3, 10, 17, 24, 

1949. © Ic each 8Aug49; DU21031-' 
21036. 

40-52. Dec. 31, 1949, Jan. 7, 14, 21 28 
Feb. 4, 11, 18, 25, Mar. 4, 11, 18, 25,' 

1950. © Ic each 7Nov49; DU22264-22276. 

THE ADVENTURES of Tom Sawyer. SEE 
Chorpenning, Charlotte (Barrows). The 
glorious whitewasher. DU22221. 
A pirate bold to be. DU22222. 
Seeking the buried treasure. DU22223. 

ADVENTURES with Billy Bumpkin and his 
magic pumpkin. DU20686. SEE Shane, 
Leonard. 

AEGEAN fable. DU21080. SEE Lona 
William H. 

AFFILIATED Program Service, inc. 
Junior Radio Academy. DU21977. SEE 
Adler, Paul F. 

AFRICAN story. DU20937. SEE Oboler 
Arch. 

AFTER the storm. DU21159. SEE The 
Green Hornet (Radio program) No. 961. 



AGAINST the night. 
Dermer, Joseph. 



DU22684. SEE 



AGG, HOWARD. 
Strange parallel, a play in one act. Lon- 
don, S. French ] 1949). 28 p. illus. 
(French's acting edition, no. 1963) 
© Samuel French, ltd.; 28Jun49- 
DP20811. 

AGNEW, Mrs. H. D. SEE Agnew, Jean 
Cameron. 

AGNEW, JEAN CAMERON. 
No gift in return, and other religious plays 
for churches, schools, and clubs. Mont- 
gomery, Ala., Paragon Press [1949] 
41 p. Contents. —No gift in return — 
Out of the tombs of Gadara. —No garden 
wall. —The line fence. © Jean Cameron 
Agnew (Mrs. H. D. Agnew); 10Nov49- 
DP22528. 

AGNEW, Mary. SEE McGraw, Mary. 

AGOSTON, GERTRUDE. 
Die Bestie; Schauspiel in einem Akt 

(Vor- und Nachspiel) © Gerty Agoston- 

Ic 4Nov49; DU22105. 
Der Tolle (L'Enrag^) [Lecture. In 

German] © Les Editions Nagel; Ic 

23Sep49; C4196. 

THE AIR we breathe. DU20640. SEE 
Wellstone, Leon Stephen. 

AKERSON, FLORENCE ANTONIA 
Voiceless, a play in three acts. © 
Florence Antonia Akerson; Ic 27Sep49; 
IjU21588, 

AL Norris. DU22284. SEE Plainclothes 
Man (Television program) No. 7. 



ALADARNE, Kem^ny. 
The smokestack. DU21138. SEE 
Ludasy, Akos. 

ALBRECHT, JUANITA. 
Thrummings; monologs for oral or dra- 
matic delivery. © Juanita Albrecht- Ic 
26Aug49; C4015. 

ALBRIGHT, Hardie. 
The final word. SEE One-act plays for 
stage and study. AA13670O. 

ALDRICH FAMILY (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Clifford 
Goldsmith. © Clifford Goldsmith. 

503. June 16, 1949. A boy's best pal 
© Ic 6Jul49; DU20644. 

504. June 23, 1949. Excursion ride. 
© Ic 6Jul49; DU20645. 

505. Oct. 6, 1949. Loneliest night in 
the week. © Ic 270ct49; DU21924 

506. Oct. 13, 1949. The boiler-room 
works. © Ic 270ct49; DU21925. 

507. Oct. 20, 1949. © Ic 310ct49- 
DU21956. 

508. Oct. 27, 1949. © Ic 7Nov49- 
DU22028. 

509. Nov. 3, 1949. © Ic 14Nov29- 
DU22134. 

510. Nov. 10. 1949. ©lcl8Nov49- 
DU22215. 

511. Nov. 17, 1949. Home is the hunter. 
© Ic 28Nov49; DU22321. 

512. Nov. 24, 1949. And there I stood 
with my piccolo. © Ic 13Dec49; 
DU22517. 

513. Dec. 1, 1949. The composition. 
© Ic 13Dec49; DU22518. 

514. Dec. 8. 1949; © Ic 19Dec49- 
DU22601. 

515. Dec. 15, 1949. Homer leaves home 
© Ic 28Dec49; DU22683. 

ALDRIDGE, JAMES WILLIAM. 
El Hombre Dorado; a radio story of 
buried treasure. © James William 
Aldridge; Ic 250ct49; DU21881. 
Pantocrime. [Radio script] © James 
William Aldridge; Ic 60ct49; C4187. 

ALEKSANDROWSKI, FLORENCE. 
Too human for Hollywood, a comedy in 
five acts, by Alix Androvna [pseud. ] 

® ^io/enceAleksandrowski; Ic 6Dec49; 
L)u223 78 , 

ALESTRA, Rosario Joseph. 
Strange facts of the little known. C3947 
SEE Wendel, Paul Luther. 

ALEXANDER, WILLIAM FRANCIS 
Tabloid-Taffy, a play in three acts 
© William Francis Alexander; Ic 7Sep49- 
DU21324. ^t^t-t^. 

ALEXANDER Smith & Sons Carpet Compa- 
ny. SEE Smith (Alexander) & Sons Carpet 
Company. 

ALEXANDRIA, Va. Trinity Methodist 
Church. The house on the rock. DU21221. 
SEE McCurdey, Catharine Miliar. 

ALEXANDRIA, thy sons. DP20 752. SEE 
Campbell, Thomas Beverly. 

ALIAS Lawman. DU20854. SEE The Lone 
Ranger (Radio program) No. 2572-1797. 

ALL dreaised up with a song. SEE Stanch- 
field, Walter Anthony. Young man on a 
date. C3982. 

ALL good men go away. DU21939. SEE 
Richardson, Hal Ainslie. 

ALL I can do. DU21927. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

ALL of us. DU 20667. SEE White. 
Arthur Corning. 

ALL steel plus. C3925. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

ALL that glitters is not glass. DU20666. 
SEE Hobbs. Stephen Bertram. 



ALL the world's a stage. SEE Jeayes, 
Allan. Piccadilly circus. DP21418. 

ALLEN, Fred. SEE The Fred Allen Show 
(Radio program) 

ALLEN, ISAAC WY. 
The bull session, a play in three acts. 

© Isaac Wy Allen; Ic 8Dec49; DU22453. 
Two is a crowd, a play in three acts. 

© Isaac Wy Allen; Ic 8Dec49; DU22452. 

ALLEN, Marion. SEE Free, Marion Allen. 

ALLEN, Mark, pseud. SEE Tullen, Jacob. 

ALLEN, Portland Hoffa. SEE The Fred 
Allen Show (Radio program) 

ALLEN. Roy, pseud. SEE Goetz, Austin. 

ALLEN Enterprises, inc. Count and col- 
lect. C3832. SEE Bass, Walter Allen. 

ALLEN McRae's birthday present. DU21473. 
SEE Challenge of the Yukon (Radio pro- 
gram) No. 689. 

ALLENTOWN Record Company, inc. 
Foodini goes a'huntin'. DU21171. SEE 

Lynn, Jeannette. 
Foodini' s trip to the moon. DU21172. SEE 
Lynn, Jeannette. 

ALLISON, THEODORE. 
Give a little, a play in one act. © Theo- 
dore Allison; Ic 310ct49; DU21962. 

THE ALMIGHTY also fights. DP21411. 
SEE Gottesman, Meyer Harold. 

THE ALPHABET murder case. DU21293. 
SEE The Sheriff (Radio program) No. 258. 

ALTAR shy. DP22560. SEE Sandeen, 
Dagmar Vola (Thomas) 

ALTER, Paul. 
The duel, an adaptation by Paul Alter of 
the story by Andreas Latzko. [Film 
script] © Paul Alter; Ic 29Dec49- 
DU22699. 

ALTERNATING current. C4009. SEE 
Gorder, Leslie Orlando. Transpondence 
course EE-13. 

ALTMAN, George Joseph. 
Improvement of character. DU21405 SEE 
Fulda, Ludwig. 

ALWAISE, FRANCIS D. 
Simon's wife, a play in three acts. 
Boston, Baker's Plays [1949]. 65 p. 
© Walter H. Baker Co. ; 10Oct49; 
DP21769. Prev. reg. 2Mar43; DU83514. 

LES AMANTS d'Argos. DU21186. SEE 
Eger, Jean Claude. 

AMATEUR. DU21169. SEE Van Blarcom, 
Anne Catherine. 

THE AMAZING Doctor McLean. DP21809. 
SEE The Land We Live In (Radio program) 
Oct. 13, 1949. 

THE AMAZING Dr. Walsh. DU22000. SEE 
Fleischer, Max. 

AMBUSH near Selkirk. DU21165. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
No. 683. 

AMERICAN Association of University 
Women. Martinez (Calif.) Branch. 
The Talbot story. DP22066. SEE 
Taylor, Jeannette E. 



i 



I 



AMERICAN citizen. DP21634. 
Provence, Jean. 



SEE 



100 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



AMERICAN Federation of Labor. 
Democracy on display. C3985. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

AMERICAN Feed Manufacturers Associ- 
ation. The growth of a nation. DU21935. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

AMERICAN Gas Association. 
Heart of the home. DU21269. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

AN AMERICAN gentleman. DU22037. SEE 
Dubs, Florence Arnold. 

AN AMERICAN island. DU21052. SEE 
Peter, Joseph. 

AMERICAN Lutheran Church. 
At home with God. C3917. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

AMERICAN Tobacco Company, inc. SEE 
Leave It to Joan («adio program com- 
mercial) 
Your Hit Parade (Radio program) 
Your Hit Parade on Parade (Radio program) 

THE AMERICAN WAY (Radio program) 
© Harry Wismer. 

Bennie Oosterbaan. © Ic 70ct49; C4148. 
Bill Klem. © Ic 30Jun49; C3813. 
Bill Terry. © Ic llJul49; C3871. 
Bob Feller. © Ic 9Aug49; C3950. 
Branch Rickey. © Ic 10Aug49; C3961. 
Charley Gehringer. © Ic 30Jun49; C3819. 
Charley Moran. © Ic 12Sep49; C4070. 
Charlie Trippi. © Ic 70ct49; C4154. 
Cy Young. © Ic 12Sep49; C4069. 
Dizzy Dean. © Ic 30Jun49; C3817. 
Doc Blanchard. © Ic 70ct49; C4145. 
Dominic DiMaggio. © Ic 30Jun49; C3821. 
Eddie Collins. © Ic 9Aug49; C3956. 
Enos Slaughter. © Ic 9Aug49; C3962. 
Frank Shea. © Ic lljul49; C3874. 
Frank Sinkwich. © Ic 70ct49; C4151. 
Frankie Frisch. © Ic lljul49; C3869. 
Fred Clarke. © Ic 12Sep49; C4068. 
George Halas. © Ic 70ct49; C4147. 
George Magerkurth. © Ic lljul49; C3870. 
George Sisler. © Ic 9Aug49; C3958. 
George Stallings. © Ic 12Sep49; C4066. 
Glenn Davis. © Ic 70ct49; C4152. 
Grover Cleveland Alexander. © Ic 9Aug49; 

C3959. 
Harry Greb. © Ic 70ct49; C4140. 
Jay Berwanger. © Ic 70ct49; C4150. 
Jim Thorpe. © Ic 30Jun49; C3811. 
Jimmy Conzelman. © Ic 12Sep49; C4072. 
Jimmy Foxx. © Ic 9Aug49; C3951. 
Jimmy McLarnin. © Ic 30Jun49; C3822. 
Joe Cronin. © Ic 9Aug49; C3952. 
Joe Medwick. © Ic lljul49; C3873. 
John MacEwan. © Ic 70ct49; C4142. 
Johnny Evers. © Ic 9Aug49; C3960. 
Lefty O'Doul. © Ic lljul49; C3872. 
Lou Little. © Ic 70ct49; C4149. 
Luke Johnsos. © Ic 70ct49; C4153. 
Mel Ott. © Ic 30Jun49; C3818. 
Mickey Walker. © Ic 70ct49; C4146. 
Miller Huggins. © Ic 12Sep49; C4071. 
Paul Berlenbach. © Ic 30Jun49; C3814. 
Paul Calvert. © Ic 9Aug49; C3954. 
Rabbit Maranville. © Ic 30Jun49; C3820. 
Red Rolfe. © Ic 9Aug49; C3953. 
Rex Barney. © Ic 30Jun49; C3816. 
Robert Dodd. © Ic 70ct49; C4143. 
Rogers Hornsby. © Ic 12Sep49; C4064. 
Sammy Baugh. © Ic 70ct49; C4141. 
Spud Chandler. © Ic 9Aug49; C3955. 
Ted Schroeder. © Ic 12Sep49; C4067. 
Ted Williams. © Ic 12Sep49; C4065. 
TonyLazzeri. © Ic 9Aug49; C3957. 
Tris Speaker. © Ic 12Sep49; C4073. 
Vern Stephens. © Ic 30Jun49; C3812. 
Walter Johnson. © Ic 30Jun49; C3815. 
Y. A. TitUe. © Ic 70ct49; C4144. 
Yogi Berra. © Ic 12Sep49; C4074. 

AMERICA'S future. DU21486. SEE 
Kennedy, Alice M. 

AMES, FLORENZ SEBASTIAN. 
Dunk-a-dibble; a comedy. 30 leaves. 
© Florenz Ames; Ic 20Oct49; DU21825. 



AMES, Russeil Alan. 
Heart of gold. DU21945. SEE 
Wheeling, William Stuart. 

L 'AMIGA deUe mogli. SEE Pirandello, 
Luigi. The wives' friend. DU22238. 

AMIEL, DENYS. 
La dormeuse ^veill^e, pi&ce in^dite en 
trois actes. (In Rfealites litteraires, 
n. 25. Paris,'~I549. 56 p. ) © Denys 
Amiel; 30Jun49; DP-07. 

AMMONIATED chewing gum. C3938. SEE 
Razim, Otto Arthur. 

AMONG those present. DU20973. SEE 
Drayton, Arthur Lowndes. 

L'AMORE delle trg melarance. SEE 
Prokof 'ev, Sergei Sergeevich. The 
love for three oranges. DP22209, 
DU22210. 

L 'AMOUR et son image. DP-09. SEE 
Dorn&s, Roger. 

AMOURY, DAISY. 
My son Matt. Scripts no. 1-4. © Amoury 
Productions, Daisy Amoury; Ic 15Jun49; 
DU21403. 

AMOURY Productions. 
My son Matt. DU21403. SEE Amoury, 
Daisy. 

AMRAM, HORTENSE L. 
Over the candle, a one-act play. © Mrs. 
Hortense L. Amram; Ic 8Sep49; 
DU21343. 

AND George, too. SEE 
Siebert, Janet Hutchinson. 
And George, too. DU21280. 
Divorce me never. DU22184. 

AND it shall be opened to you. DU22320. 
SEE The Greatest Story Ever Told (Radio 
program) No. 125. 

AND life awaits. DU20928. SEE 
Hershkowitz, Harriette. 

AND nothing for reward. DU22150. SEE 
Tullen, Jacob. 

AND the bird new back. DU20822. SEE 
Taylor, John Horace. 

AND the midwife danced. DU21346. SEE 
Bela, Nicholas. 

AND the truth shall make you free. 
DU22421. SEE Wilding Picture Produc- 
tions, inc. 

AND there I stood with my piccolo. 
DU22517. SEE Aldrich Family (Radio 
program) No. 512. 

ANDERSEN, ARTHUR OLAF. 

The roaming minstrel: Arizona sketch. 
For television. [Text and music on sep- 
arate leaves] © Arthur Olaf Andersen; 
Ic lNov49; DU22262. 

The roaming minstrel: Kentucky sketch. 
For television. [Text and music on sep- 
arate leaves] © Arthur Olaf Andersen; 
Ic lNov49; DU22261. 

The roaming minstrel: Minnesota sketch. 
For television. [Text and music on sep- 
arate laves] © Arthur Olaf Andersen; 
Ic 7Nov49; DU22042. 

The roaming m^instrel: Oregon sketch. 
For television. [Text and music on sep- 
arate leaves] © Arthur Olaf Andersen; 
Ic 7Nov49; DU22043. 



ANDERSEN, Hans Christian. 
The Emperor's new clothes. 
SEE Barzman, Sol. 



DU20998. 



ANDERSON, HATTIE BAILEY. 
Why I was driven to sin, a dramatic 



composition. © Hattie Bailey Anderson; 
Ic 22Nov48; DU22439. 

ANDERSON, HUGH ABERCROMBIE. 
Far from the hurly-burly, a play in three 
acts, by Hugh Abercrombie [pseud. ] 
© Hugh Abercrombie Anderson; Ic 
27Sep49; DU21587. 

ANDERSON, MAXWELL. 

Anne of the thousand days. SEE The 
Burns Mantle best plays of 1948-49. 
AA132040. 

Lost in the stars, a musical play in two 
acts by Maxwell Anderson and Kurt 
Weill. Based on the novel "Cry, the 
beloved country" by Alan Paton. [Text 
only] © Maxwell Anderson, Kurt Weill; 
Ic 10Nov49; DU22142. 

ANDERSON, NOMA ETTA. 
New earth, a play in three acts. © Noma 
E. Anderson; Ic 28Sep49; DU21596. 

ANDERSON, Paquita. 
All good men go away. DU21939. SEE 

Richardson, Hal Ainslie. 
The face is familiar. DU21450. SEE 
Richardson, Hal Ainslie. 

ANDERSON, Robert. SEE Actor's Studio 
(Television program) 

ANDORA Adams. DU21294. SEE Gold- 
smith, Gloria. 

ANDROVNA, Alix, pseud. SEE 
Aleksandrowski, Florence. 

ANGEL blaze. DU21646. SEE Finley, 
Charles Quigley. 

ANGEL in a pawnshop. DU21209. SEE 
Shiffrin, Abraham B. 

ANGEL of the forest. DU20806. SEE 
Geiger, Washington Thomas Park. 

ANGEL with a black eye. DU21545. SEE 
Dr. Christian (Radio program) No. 567. 



ANGEL'S legacy. DU22145. 

Nell. 



SEE Young, 



ANHEUSER-Busch inc. 
The eagle flies. C4302. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 
The house that faith built. DU20701. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Meet your partner. DU22429. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
P. O. P. tactics. DU22424. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Quality first. DU22427, DU22553. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 



ANN Loring. C4289. 
Gerard William. 



SEE Ford, 



ANNA and the King of Siam. DU20729. 
Lux Radio Theatre (Radio program) 
May 30, 1949. 



SEE 



ANNE of the thousand days. SEE The Burns 
Mantle best plays of 1948-49. AA132040. 

ANNEZ DE TABOADA, MARIETTE JOSSE. 
Mon curS cherche un pferel Com^die en 
trois actes et un tableau, de Gilles de 
Han [pseud. ] © Mariette Josse Annez de 
Taboada; Ic 29Nov49; DU22586. 

ANOUILH, JEAN. 
Cry of the peacock, a play in three acts 
by Jean Anouilh; adapted by Cecil Robson. 
© Jean Anouilh, Cecil Robson; Ic 
23Nov49; DU22325. 



ANTE-ROOM. 
Ernest. 



DP21419. SEE Kershaw, 



ANTONAKOS, Vicky. 
The immigrant. DP21479. SEE 
Kiamopoulos, Harry (Kay) 



101 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



ANTONINI, LORNA ROTHNEY. 
Playlets for children. Contents. — The 
new look. — Dance playlett. —Fairy land. 
How to bring up parents well. © Lorna 
Rothney Antonini; Ic 9Aug49; DU21051. 

ANTONY, JONQUIL. 
Sense and sensibility, a play in three 
acts, adapted from Jane Austen's novel. 
London, S. French [1949]. 80 p. Ulus. 
(French's acting edition, no. 427) 
© Samuel French ltd. ; ljun49; 
DP21062. 

ANYTfflNG for a laugh. DP22404. SEE 
St. Clair, Robert. 

APARTMENT on Madison Avenue. 
DU21652. SEE Barnett, Paul. 

APOLLINAIRE, GUILLAUME. 
Couleur du temps, drame en trois actes 
et en vers. Paris, Editions du B^lier, 
1949. 105 p. © feditions du Holier; 
10Mar49; DP21182. 

APOLLONIUS Rhodius. 
Argonautica. SEE Ostrove, Ellis. 
Operation Jason. DU22187. 

THE APPEARANCE of murder. DU22573. 
SEE First Nighter (Radio program) 
Sept. 22, 1949. 

APPELL, DON. 
The gold in her hair, a play in two acts. 
© Don Appell; Ic llAug49; DU21121. 

APPLETON-Century- Crofts. 
The tragedy of King Lear. A36190. SEE 
Shakespeare, William. 

THE APRIL fool. DU20823. SEE Daven- 
port, Gwen. 

APRIL showers. DU20727. SEE Lux 
Radio Theatre (Radio program) May 16, 
1949. 

APSTEIN, THEODORE. 
The sky is different here, a play in three 
acts. © Theodore Apstein; Ic 19Aug49; 
DU21126. 

ARE European women winners in love? SEE 
Rollini, Mario. Le Europee vittoriose in 
amore? DU22482. 

ARE judges people? DU22204. SEE 
Champion, Rachel Martin. 

ARE they twins? DP22607. SEE Woster, 
Alice. 

ARE you making any money? DU22348. SEE 
PhUlips, Phillip W. 

ARES no. 5. DU20880. SEE Cook, 
Mercer Hughes. 

ARGONAUTICA. SEE Ostrove, Ellis. 
Operation Jason. DU22187. 

ARISTOPHANES. 
Die V3gel. DP21386. SEE Braunfels, 
Walter. 

ARLETT, VERA ISABEL. 
The tree, a play in one act. London, 
S. French [1949]. 24 p. illus. 
(French's acting edition, no. 2098) 
© Samuel French ltd. ; 56ct4S, 
DP21834. 

ARMOUR AND COMPANY. 
Meatin time. Radio script. © Armour 
and Co. ; Ic 27Dec49; C4319. 

ARNAVON, JACQUES. 
Le Don Juan de Molifet-e; 1' interpretation 
de la com^die classique. Copenhague, 
Gyldendal, 1947 [i. e. 1948]. 450 p. 
illus. © Gyldendalske Boghandel, 
Nordisk Forlag A/S. ; 4Feb48 (in notice: 
1947); AF11181. 



ARNOLD, Florence. 
Florence Arnold. 



SEE Dubs, 



ARRANGEMENT in rose and silver. 
DU21768. SEE Brewster, Townsend 
Tyler . 

ART and craft. DU21143. SEE Dugan, 
John Thomas. 



ART Craft Play Company. 
Grandma's best years. DP21242. 
Russell, Earl L. 



SEE 



ARTIE, the artist. DU20767. SEE 
Here's Heidy (Radio program) May 1, 
1949. 

ARTIST MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATES. 
Red hot mama, the Sophie Tucker story. 
[Format and sample script of a pro- 
posed television series) Written by 
James Neale Carhartt and Nicholas 
Winter. © Artist Management Associ- 
ates; Ic 7Dec49; DU22434. 

As big as life. DU21647. SEE Rohmann, 
Paul Henry. 

As long as the grass grows. DP21441. 
SEE Davis, Wallace Martin. 

AS winter closes in. DU20960. SEE Klein, 
Ruth C. 

ASBRAND, Karin. SEE Sundelof-Asbrand, 
Karin. 

ASCHERBERG, Hopwood and Crew, ltd. 
Love at the inn. DP-05. SEE QuUter, 
Roger. 

ASHLEY, Gisela. 
Vengeance is mine. DU21718. SEE 
Lennox, Gilbert. 

ASK me no questions. DP21001. SEE 
Levy, Edward J. 

ASNESS, George. 
The horse said "Yes. " DU21504. SEE 
First Nighter (Radio program) June 9, 
1949. 

ASSIGNMENT: life. DU208 78. SEE 
Christopher, John David. 

ASSOCIATED Music Publishers, inc. 
Johann, der muntre SeLfensieder. 

DP22627. SEE Fischer, Erich. 
Mutter Schradern. DP22626. SEE 

Kreutzer, Konradin. 
Seine Schwester. DP22625. SEE 

Offenbach, Jacques. 

ASTARTE. SEE Fabre-Luce, Alfred. 
Theatre interdit. DP20736. 

AT home with God. C3917. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

AT Sadie's. DU21081. SEE Freeman, 
Lea David. 

AT the count of three. DU22513. SEE The 
Lone Ranger (Radio program) No. 2638- 
1863. 

AT the Nosegay. DU21217. SEE Duncan, 
William Henry. 

THE ATHLETE. DU21808. SEE Bartron, 
Harry OUen. 

ATKINSON, EUNICE. 
The perfect idiot, a farce in three acts, 
by Eunice and Grant Atkinson. Chi- 
cago, Dramatic Pub. Co. [1949]. 85 p. 
illus, © Eunice Atkinson, Grant 
Atkinson; 23Sep49; DP21759. 



ATKINSON. Grant. 
The perfect idiot. DP21759. 
Atkinson, Eunice. 



SEE 



THE ATOM at work. C4235. SEE. 
Gotlieb, Albert. Your atomic world, 
no. 2. 

ATWOOD, Robert James. 
Swing east. DU22644. SEE Byrne, 
John Joseph. 

AUCHINCLOSS, Gordon. SEE 
Your Hit Parade on Parade (Radio 
program) 

AUDIO frequency amplifiers. C4061. 
SEE Gorder, Leslie Orlando. Trans- 
pondence couree ER, no. 12. 

AUERBACH-LEVY, Mrs. WUliam. SEE 
Von Wien, Florence. 

AUMONT, Jean-Pierre, pseud. SEE 
Salomons, Jean-Pierre. 

AUNT Fanny from Chautauqua. SEE One- 
act plays for stage and study. AA136700. 

AUNT JENNY'S REAL LIFE STORIES 
(Radio program) Scripts in this series 
are by Ruth Adams Knight. © Lever 
Brothers Co. 

June 14, 15, 16, 1949. It's an original, 
pts. 1-3. © Ic each llJul49; 
DU20680-20682. 

AUNT Silly. DP20797, DP21145, DP21752. 
SEE Francis, Charles, pseud. 

AUNT Susan's dilemma. DU21301. SEE 
The Adventures of Frank Merriwell 
(Radio program) No. 142. 

AUNTY misbehaves. DP21412. SEE 
St. Clair, Robert. 

AUPRES de ma blonde. SEE Behrman, 
Samuel Nathaniel. I know my love. 
DU22111. 

AUSTEN, Jane. 
Sense and sensibility. DP21062. SEE 
Antony, Jonquil. 

THE AUTOMATIC man. DP21432. SEE 
Vining, Donald. 

AUTRY (Gene) Productions. SEE 
Champion, the World's Wonder Horse 
(Radio program) 

AUTUMN leaves. DU20601, DP22454. SEE 
Loeffler, Albert Joseph. 

AVANT le derby. DP-03. SEE Maugham, 
William Somerset. 

AVCO Manufacturing Corporation. 
Crosley Division. 

Every man a king. DU21270. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

AVENUE A— U. S. A. DU21044. SEE 
Coles, Stedman. 

AVERELL, William C. 
Beverly and Bill's "Hoo's hoo of the air. " 
DU22281. SEE Paterno, Beverly, P. 

AVERILL, ESTHER (CUNNINGHAM) 
Voices from the Bible; twelve Biblical 
monologues. Indianapolis, Meigs 
Pub. Co. [19491. 63 p. ©Meigs 
Pub. Co.; lApr49; DP20598. 



/ 



AN AWAKENING. 
Louis J. 



DU20606. SEE Odets, 



f 



AXFORD takes a chance. DU21067. SEE 
The Green Hornet (Radio program) No. 
958. 

AYLSWORTH, MARGARET LAUREL. 
Glooby game, by Peggy Aylsworth. 
[Recording script] © Margaret L. 
Aylsworth; Ic 6Dec49; DU22379. 



102 



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AYOUB, ROBERT ANTHONY. 
The mid-century revue, a revue in two 
acts and 25 scenes by Max Pax [pseud. ] 
Text only. © Robert Anthony Ayoub; Ic 
8Aug49; DU21261. 



B 



BAA-baa, black sheep. DU21728. SEE 
Hare, Montgomery. 

BABBITT, Milton Byron. 
Fabulous voyage. DU20788. SEE Koch, 
Richard Henry. 

BABY and me. DU22690. SEE Columbia 
University. VD radio project. 

THE BABY who would be king. DU21649. 
SEE The Hour of St. Francis (Radio 
program) 

THE BACHELOR and the bobby-soxer. 
DU20731. SEE Lux Radio Theatre (Radio 
program) June 6, 1949. 

BACHELOR button. DU21144. SEE Loose, 
Richard Elmer. 

BACHRACH, RUTH BARCLAY. 
Glamorous ladies, a comedy show for 
radio by Ruth Barclay. © Ruth Barclay 
Bachrach; Ic 15Nov49; DU22247. 

BACON, JOSEPHINE. 
On the road to Bethlehem, a Christmas 
play. Carlisle, Iowa, Holliday House 
[1949]. 23 p. © Josephine Bacon 
Adkins (in notice: Josephine Bacon); 
15Sep49; DP22155. 
Star of the nativity, a Christmas play. 
Carlisle, Iowa, Holliday House [1949]. 
16 p. © Josephine Bacon Adkins (in 
notice: Josephine Bacon); 15Sep49; 
DP22156. 

BAD boy. DU21780. SEE Challenge of the 
Yukon (Radio program) No. 696. 

A BAD tooth. DU22014. SEE The Lone 
Ranger (Radio progrann) No. 2624-1849. 

BAILEY, HARRY PRESTON. 
The boy from Michigan, a comedy in 
three acts. © Harry Preston Bailey; Ic 
130ct49; DU21821. 

BAILEY, JOHN WARREN. 
The loves of Anna Morgan, a play in three 
acts by Jonathan Blair [pseud. ] © John 
Warren Bailey, Jr.; Ic 23Nov49; 
DU22280. 



BAILEY, Pauline. 
The golden highway. 
William John. 



C4304. SEE Bailey, 



BAILEY, WILLIAM JOHN. 
The golden highway — inner peace. [Ad- 
dress for radio presentation] © Pauline 
Bailey; Ic 13Dec49; C4304. 



BAKER, Dorothy. 
Sparrow and the characters. 
SEE Baker, Howard. 



DU21793. 



BAKER, ELLIOTT. 
The toy martyrdom, a play in three acts. 
© Elliott Baker; Ic 120ct49; DU21733. 

BAKER, HOWARD. 
Sparrow and the characters, a comedy in 
three acts by Howard and Dorothy Baker. 
© Howard Baker, Dorothy Baker; Ic 
170ct49; DU21793. 



BAKER, Ray Jay, pseud. 
Raymond James. 



SEE Boyles, 



BAKER (Walter H. ) Company. 
Button busters. DP20926. SEE Kaser, 

Arthur LeRoy. 
By the beautiful sea. DP21451. SEE 

Vining, Donald. 



Collector's item. DP20927. SEE 

Spence, Wall. 
College is terrific. DP21452. SEE 

Goetz, Austin. 
Dollars and nonsense. DP21495. SEE 

Jones, William Ellis. 
Dressed to kill. DP21600. SEE Kurtz, 

C. Gordon. 
Easy Easterettes. DP22022. SEE 

Sundelof-Asbrand, Karin. 
Easy plays for boys. DP20654. SEE 

Brown, Albert M. 
The farce of the worthy Master Pierre 

Patelin. DP20631. SEE Pathelin. 
Frankly speaking. DP20380. SEE 

Martens, Anne (Coulter) 
It's a hit; DP21493. SEE McMullen, 

Joseph Carl. 
The mad house. DP20925. SEE Goetz, 

Austin. 
Ma's new husband. DP21601. SEE 

George, Charles. 
The road that led to London. DP20581. 

SEE Prescott, Virginia F. 
Scootin' Grandma. DP21494. SEE Nash. 

John. 
Simon's wife. DP21769. SEE Alwaise, 

Francis D. 
Strictly feminine. DP20655. SEE Nagel, 

Lyda. 
Transcontinental bus minstrels. DP20578. 

SEE McMullen, Joseph Carl. 
We're in the money. DP20579. SEE 

Johnson, Albert. 
The Whiz Kids. DP20583. SEE Tobias, 

Jay. 
The wrecking crew. DP21492. SEE 

Storer, Winifred Carol. 
You don't have to be rich. DP20653. 

SEE Provence, Jean. 

BALCH, Germaine Cornier. 
The Steamship Tenacity. DU21680. SEE 
Vildrac, Charles. 



BALCH, Marston Stevens. 
The Steamship Tenacity. 
Vildrac, Charles. 



DU21680. SEE 



BALD, Robert Cecil. 
The tragedy of King Lear. A36190. SEE 
Shakespeare, William. 

BALDERSTON, JOHN LLOYD. 
Goddess and god, a play in three acts. 
Based on the novel "A goddess to a 
god" by John L. Baldeston and Sybil 
Bolitho. © John Lloyd Balderston; Ic 
30ct49; DU21639. 

THE BALLAD of the man of steel. 
DU22694. SEE Columbia University. VD 
radio project. 

BALLARD, FRANCIS DRAKE. 

Be mine, beloved.' A modernized adap- 
tation of Shakespeare's comedy "Two 
gentlemen of Verona. " In two acts. 
© Francis Drake Ballard; Ic 10Aug49; 
DU21046. 

The princess of Virginia, a musical story 
of Pocahontas. Book, lyrics, and music 
by Francis Drake Ballard; choral ar- 
rangements by Tom Scott and 
Frederic Fay Swift. New York, P. Bal- 
lard Music Corp., cl949. 37 p. © Pat 
Ballard Music Corp. ; 17Nov49; DP22296. 

BALLARD, JOHN GARLAND. 

Santa's big trip. [Radio scripts] 
Episodes 1-10. © John Garland Ballard; 
Ic 20Oct49; DU22024. 



BALLARD (Pat) Music Corporation. 
The princess of Virginia. DP22296. 
Ballard, Francis Drake. 



SEE 



BALLEW, Carey Leonard. 
Works by Carey Leonard Ballew in col- 
laboration with Bryan Ridgway Horner, 
and Charles Francis Horner, written 
under the pseud. Charles Francis, are 
entered under the pseud. 



BAMBAS, MARAINE HAYTHORN. 
Long live the kingi A comedy of 
"disappearances" in four scenes. 
© Maraine Haythorn Bambas; Ic 2Sep49; 
DU21277. 

THE BANDIT chief. DU21958. SEE 
Sacramento Civic Repertory Theater. 

BANKS, WILLIAM N. 
The love game, a comedy in three acts. 
© William N. Banks, Jr. ; Ic 19Sep49; 
DU21442. 

BANNED in Boston. DU21457. SEE 
Hall, Frederick Stanley. 

BANNER Play Bureau, inc. 
Ming Toy. DP22295. SEE Carter, 

Leslie H. 
O distant land. DP21501. SEE 
Richards, Stanley. 

BARALT, Luis Alejandro. 
7-B-XC. DU20954. SEE Munoz, Matilde. 



BARBARA Blomberg. 
Zuckmayer, Carl. 



DU20825. SEE 



BARBEE, LINDSEY. 
Take off your mask, a mystery comedy in 
three acts, for junior high schools. 
Minneapolis, T. S. Denison [1949]. 36 p. 
© T. S. Denison & Co. ; llNov49; 
DP22165. 

BARBOUR, Caroline Ford. 
Powder and patches. DU22239. SEE 
Herndon, Alice Maud Shelby. 

BARCLAY, Ruth. SEE Bachrach, 
Ruth Barclay. 

BAKER, ALBERT. 
The bridge between, a drama in two acts 
by Albert Barker and Gertrude Rozan. 
© Gertrude Rozan, Albert Barker; Ic 
16Nov49; DU22190. 

BARNABY Boggs, eradicator. DU21470. 
SEE The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 
No. 2607-1832. 

BARNES, Lei. 
The brain. DU20691. SEE Bittman, 
Loran R. 

BARNES, Matthew Rackham. 
Germwar. DU22548. SEE Burkhardt, 
George Henry. 

BARNETT, Paul. 
Apartment on Madison Avenue, a play in 
four scenes. © Paul Barnett; Ic 40ct49- 
DU21652. 

BARNOUW, Erik. 
It never dawned on me. DU22693. SEE 
Columbia University. VD radio 
project. 

BARRY, Ellen S. 
Second threshold. DU21199. SEE Barry, 

Philip. 
Without love. DP22470. SEE Barry, 
Philip. 

BARRY, PHILIP. 
Second threshold, a play in two acts by 
Philip Barry and Ellen S. Barry. 
© Philip Barry, Ellen S. Barry; Ic 
22Aug49; DU21199. 
Without love, a comedy in three acts. 
[Acting ed. ] New York, S. French 
[1949]. 117 p. illus. © Philip Barry, 
Ellen S. Barry; lDec49; on revisions 
and rewriting; DP22470. Prev. reg. 
26Jul43, DP84913; 4Nov41, DU78096. 



BARSHA, Henry. 
Sing to the moon. 
DeKoven, David. 



DU21999. SEE 



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HARTLEY, NEVIN PACKARD. 
He shall be called wonderful, a mono- 
drama. © Mrs. Nevin P. Bartley; Ic 
13Dec49; DU22487. 

BARTRON, HARRY OLLEN. 
The athlete, a pantomime. © Harry 

Bartron; Ic 180ct49; DU21808. 
The drama critic, a pantomime in two 

scenes. © Harry Bartron; Ic 15Sep49- 

DU21404. 

BARZMAN, SOL. 
The Emperor's new clothes, a television 
presentation based on the story by 
Hans Christian Andersen. Book and 
lyrics by Sol Barzman, music by Ruby 
Raksin. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © Sol Barzman, Ruby Raksin- 
Ic llJul49; DU20998. 

BASCH, FRANCES SCOTT. 
Bonny Maid Versatile varieties. 
Television script, Aug. 26, 1949. 
© Basch Radio & Television Productions; 
Ic 22Aug49; DU21139. 

BASCH Radio and Television Productions. 
Bonny Maid Versatile varieties. 
DU21139. SEE Basch, Frances Scott. 



THE BASILISK rose. 
May, Marjorie. 



DU20713. SEE 



BASS, Roger. 
An onion makes me cry. 
Kaniile, Coleman. 



DU21015. SEE 



BASS, WALTER ALLEN. 
Count and collect; sample script [for radio] 
© Allen Enterprises, inc. ; Ic 5Jul49; 
C3832. 

BATES, HENRY ANSON. 
The hand; lecture for oral presentation. 
© Henry A. Bates; Ic 19Dec49; C4311. 



BATS in your belfry. DU21422. 
Gentry, Robert Carlton. 



SEE 



BATSON, GEORGE. 
Rehearsal for death, a mystery comedy 
in three acts. New York, S. French 
[1949]. 88 p. © Samuel French; 
llNov49; DP22475. 

BATTLE for Bill. DP21366. SEE 
Russell, Earl L. 

THE BATTLE of sexes. DU21972. SEE 
Abel, Robert. 

BAUER, BELA. 
Outsiders, a play in three acts. © Bela 
Bauer; Ic 17Nov49; DU22205. 

BAXTER, John Thomas. 
Operation Mickey. DU21350. SEE 
Howard, Cloyde Payton. 

BE mine, beloved. DU21046. SEE 
Ballard, Francis Drake. 

BE not afraid. DU2157&,. SEE 
The Children's Chapel (Radio program) 
No. SP-1. 



THE BEACON show. 
Soutar, Lane. 



DU21764. SEE 



BEALL, Samuel. 
Democracy on display. C3985. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Every man a king. DU21270. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Jarvis learns his lesson. DU21688. 

SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Packaging freshness. C4125. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Paint is a partnership. DU21932. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Vision, unlimited. C3984. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 



BEAR trap. DU22017. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
No. 699. 



BEATRICE alive; DU22628. 
Mendicino, Saverio. 



SEE 



BEATTIE, Dan. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
The Green Hornet (Radio program) 
The Long Ranger (Radio program) 

BECKER, Janet Hattersley. 
Works by Janet Hattersley Becker in 
collaboration with Harriet Burns Fellows 
written under the pseud. , Becky Boyes, 
are entered under the pseud. 

BECKER, KATHRYN DAWES. 
The sea lamp, a play in three acts by 
Kathryn Becker aind Constance Sontag. 
© Kathryn D. Becker, Constance G. 
Sontag; Ic 22Aug49; DU21312. 



A BED of neuroses. 
Pincus, Abraham. 



DU21168. SEE 



BEEBE, ROBERT M. 
Find the famous name game, by Bob 
Beebe. [Sample radio script] 
© Robert M. Beebe; Ic 28Sep49; C4109. 

BEEF for Lame Bear. DU21471. SEE 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 
No. 2606-1831. 

BEER, Gustave. 
Fiesta. DU20832. SEE Gruenwald. 
Alfred. 

BEER, JEAN DE. 
Philoctfete; ou, Le guerrier involontaire. 
Pifece en trois actes. © Jean de Beer; 
Ic 8Aug49; DU21185. 

BEER§, HENRIETTA GILCHRIST. 
A question and an answer; address by 
Henrietta Gilchrist. © Mrs. Henrietta 
Gilchrist Beers; Ic 60ct49; C4164. 

BEERS, MARVIN. 
Pig in the parlor; sample script for the 
documentary comedy series, "it's off 
the record. ' © Marvin Beers; Ic 
7Nov49; DU22073. 



BEFORE the throne. 
Dowling, Jennette. 



DU20605. SEE 



BEFORE their years. DU21340. SEE 
Wilderman, Louis H. 



BEHIND the trade-mark. C3926. 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 



SEE 



BEHRMAN, CHESTER THEODORE. 

Courageous women; radio audition script 
no. 1, by Chet Behrman. © The 
Crosley Broadcasting Corp. ; Ic 
27Sep49; C4110. 

Dixieland limited; radio script, Sept. 6, 
1949, by Chet Behrman. © The Crosley 
Broadcasting Corp. ; Ic 8Sep49; C4076. 

Family time; radio script, July 3, 1949. 
by Chet Behrman. © The Crosley Broad- 
casting Corp. ; Ic 5jul49; C3835. 

Hello girls; radio audition script by Chet 
Behrman. © The Crosley Broadcasting 
Corp. ; Ic 16Nov49; C4246. 

Roundup stars; radio script, Sept. 5, 
1949, by Chet Behrman. © The Crosley 
Broadcasting Corp. ; Ic 8Sep49; C4075. 

Your town; radio script, June 18, 1949, 
by Chet Behrman. © The Crosley 
Broadcasting Corp. ; Ic 27Jun49; C3807. 

BEHRMAN, SAMUEL NATHANIEL. 
I know my love, a play in three acts. 
Adapted from "Auprfes de ma blonde" by 
Marcel Achard. © S. N. Behrman; Ic 
9Nov49; DU22111. 

BELA, NICHOLAS. 
And the midwife danced, a play in three 



acts. Based on the play "Tiszazug" by 
Julius Hay. © Nicholas Bela; Ic 
9Sep49; DU21346. 

BELATT, William, pseud. SEE Blatt, 
William Mosher. 

BELGRADE, DAVID. 
Coral reef, a play in three acts. 
© David Belgrade; Ic 7Sep49; DU21320. 

BELL, JAMES HARLLEE. 
Manakin, a play in two acts. 
© James Harllee Bell; Ic 28Jul49; on 
revisions; DU20930. Prev. reg. 
230ct36; DU45411. 

BELL, STANLEY JAMES. 
The jackpot, a comedy in three acts. 
© Stanley J. Bell; Ic 9Sep49; DU21342. 

LA BELLE au bois dormant. SEE Gh^on, 
Henri. Sleeping princess. DP20656. 



BELLE of Paris. DU22687. 
Howard Kenneth. 



SEE Day kin. 



BELLY of gold. SEE Muse, Violet Frances. 
Gold for dearie. DU22146. 

BELOVED. DU22593. SEE Kaladore 
Corporation. 

BELVEDERE. DP21846. SEE Davenport, 
Gwen. 

BENDIX Home Appliances, inc. 
The line of least resistance. DU21698. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

BENGIS, JEROME. 
The silent years, a play in four acts. 
Based upon those years in the life of 
Christ concerning which the Gospels 
are silent. © Jerome Bengis; Ic 
30Nov49; DU22333. 

BENJAMIN, Frederick Jay. 
The joust of the Golden and Silver Knights. 
C3896. SEE Fiala, Anthony. 

BENJAMIN, MARYE DURRUM. 

Ma and Lillie; radio program. Episodes 
no. 1-4. By Marye Durrum Benjamin, 
Anne Durrum Robinson, and Mrs. E. L. 
Steck. © Marye Durrum Benjamin, 
Anne Durrum Robinson, Mrs. E. L. 
Steck; Ic 2Sep49; DU21281. 

Take a fashion note; a dramatic composi- 
tion by Marye Durrum Benjamin and 
Anne Durrum Robinson. © The Durrum 
Twins, aka Marye Durrum Benjamin, 
Anne Durrum Robinson; Ic 2Sep49; 
DU21282. 

BENNETT, DONN HENRY BONHOFF. 
The big idea; audition script [for television] 

© Donn H. B. Bennett;!'^ 30Jun49; C3810. 
rhe big idea; television script, Nov. 6, 

1949. © Donn H. B. Bennett; le 

8Nov49; C4212. 
Tic tac toe; script no. 1 in a series for 

television. [Includes music for theme 

song] © Donn H. B. Bennett; Ic 

23Nov49; C4255. 



BENNETT, Julia. 
Julia Bennett. 



SEE Fuller, 



BENNETT, Rodney. 
Love at the inn. DP-05. SEE Quilter, 
Roger. 

BENNIE Oosterbaan. C4148. SEE 
The American Way (Radio program) 



BENSON, Edward Frederic. 
Make way for Lucia. DP21003. 
Van Druten, John. 



SEE 



BENTKOVER, JACOB. 
Chance of a lifetime, a play in three acts. 
© Jacob Bentkover; Ic 22Aug49; DU21142. 



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BENTLEY, ERIC RUSSELL. 

From the modern repertoire, series one. 
[Denver] University of Denver Press 
[1949]. 406 p. illus. Contents.— 
Fantasio, by A. de Musset. — Danton's 
death, by G. Buchner. — La Parisienne, 
by H. Becque. —Round dance, by A. 
Schnitzler. —The snob, by C. Stern- 
heim. — Sweeney Agonistes, by T. S. 
Eliot. —The threepenny opera, by B. 
Brecht. —The love of Don Perlimplin 
and Belisa in the garden, by F. Garcia 
Lorca. — The infernal machine, by J. 
Cocteau. — A full moon in March, by 
W. B. Yeats. —Notes. © Eric Bentley; 
190ct49; A38512. 

BERG, ALBAN. 
George BQchners Wozzeck Oper in 3 
Akten (15 Szenen) von Alban Berg. Op. 
7. Partitur. Wien, Universal-Edition 
[1926] 405 p. ©Universal-Edition; 
15Dec26; DP21385. 

BERGEN, Edgar John. SEE Edgar Bergen 
with Charlie McCarthy (Radio program) 

BERGER, Sylvia. SEE The Eternal Light 
(Radio program) 

BERGES, MAXL. 
The jackpot, a play in three acts by 
Marvin Lewis [pseud. ] © Max L.Berges; 
Ic 15Sep49; DU21421. 

BERGH, Haakon Peder. 
Sing ho for a prince: DU21638. SEE 
Grenzeback, Joe Edward. 

BERLIN incident. DU22613. SEE West- 
land, Mary (Hutchinson) 

BERMINGHAM, Ted. SEE Bermingham, 
William Edward. 

BERMINGHAM, WILLIAM EDWARD. 

Blood-frost, a play in three scenes by 
Ted Bermingham. © William Edward 
Bermingham; Ic 29Nov49; DU22395. 

The glass roadblock, a play in one act by 
Ted Bermingham. © William Edward 
Bermingham; Ic 29Nov49; DU22398. 

Highway interlude, a play in one act by 
Ted Bermingham. © William Edward 
Bermingham; Ic 29Nov49; DU22397. 

Renegades, a play in one act by Ted 
Bermingham. © William Edward 
Bermingham; Ic 29Nov49; DU22396. 

The spring tree yoke, a play in one act 
by Ted Bermingham. © William Edward 
Bermingham; Ic 2gNov49; DU22399. 

BERNARD, EDWARD. 

Material values or human values: The 
problem; The complication of money; 
Government. [Lecture] © Edward 
Bernard; Ic 28Nov49; C4269. 

The quest for security: The causes; 
The possibilities for economic, social 
and political security in the world of 
today; The fallacy of nationalism in the 
quest for security. [Lecture] © Edward 
Bernard; Ic 28Nov49; C4270. 

The real place of money in the economic 
cycle. [Lecture] © Edward Bernard; 
Ic 28Nov49; C4271. 

A world to be; a series of lectures. 
© Edward Bernard; Ic each 240ct49. 

1. The ideal form of government. 
C4239. 

2. The duties of the various units of 
government. C4240. 

3. Economic details. C4241. 

4. Laws and law enforcement. C4242. 

5. Consumer economics and the 
educational and religious pattern. 
C4243. 

BERNEY, WILLIAM CLAIBORNE. 
Design for a stained glass window, a play 
in two acts, by William Berney and 
Howard Richardson. © OBS Produc- 
tions, inc.; Ic 12Sep49; DU21355. 



BERNSTEIN, BETTE REA. 
Out of this world, an original musical 
satire in two acts. Book by Elizabeth 
Byrnes [pseud, of Bette Bernstein) 
music by Edward Davis. [Text and 
music on separate leaves) © Edward 
Henry Davis, Bette Rea Bernstein; Ic 
26Sep49; DU21521. 

BERSON, LILLIAN. 
Inside the book, a one act play. New 
York. School Plays, cl948. 13 p. 
A Play Club selection for the Young 
America play series. © School Plays, 
inc.; lDec48; DP18027. 

BERTO, Giuseppe. 
II cielo fe rosso. SEE Taub, Harold 
Jaediker. The sky is red. DU22094. 

BERTON, MAX. 
Tony Beaver, a dramatic script and lyrics. 
© Max Berton; Ic 30Sep49; DU21622. 

BERTRAM, Lee. SEE Reinherz, Leona 
Gosman. 

BEST, CHARLES M. 
Gordon Reilly, a drama in three acts. 
©Charles M. Best, Jr.; Ic 10Aug49; 
on revisions; DU21076. Prev. reg. 
"The tragedy of Gordon Reilly, " 
25Jun48; DU15338. 

BESTER, Alfred. SEE 
Nick Carter, Master Detective (Radio 

program) 
The Shadow (Radio program) 



DIE BESTIE. DU22105. 
Gertrude. 



SEE Agoston, 



BETHUNE, MARY McLEOD. 
Fourteen years of service; recording 
script. © Walter H. Sammons; Ic 
210ct49; C4184. 

BETTER be soon. DU21665. SEE 
Waters, Marianne. 

BETTER than ever. C4300, DU21929. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

THE BETTER way. C3856. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

BETTERTON, FRANK. 
Witness man's actions, a lecture. 
© Frank Betterton; Ic 12Aug49; C4112. 

BETTINA, SEE Fabre-Luce, Alfred. 
Theatre interdit. DP20736. 



BETTY'S Bargain. DP21440. 
Vining, Donald. 



SEE 



BETWEEN husbands. DU20931. SEE 
Olson, Esther Evangeline. 



BETWEEN the two. 
Charles. 



DP22023. SEE Fue, 



BEVERLY and Bill's "Hoo's hoo of the air. 
DU22281. SEE Paterno, Beverly P. 

BEWILDERMENT in Hades. DU21330. 
SEE Thenen, Hans. 

BIANCARDO, PASCAL R. 
Where there's a will, a mystery-comedy 
in four acts by Pascal Biancardo and 
Ruth Dow. © Pascal Biancardo, Ruth 
Dow; Ic 18Aug49; DU21H1. 



BIG Ben. DU20934. 
Oboler, Arch. 



SEE 



THE BIG kitchen. DU20699. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

THE BIG knife. DP21388. SEE Odets, 
Clifford. 

BIG Mike plays Santa Claus. DU21484. 
SEE Seely, John. 

BIG Navajo medicine. DP21911. SEE 
Fenderson, Julia K. 

BIG 3 tours. 
Theatre Tours act. DP21085. SEE 
Rhoades, Charles O. 

BIG time minstrels. SEE Adair, Jack. 
Jack Adair's big time minstrels. 
DP21232. 

THE BIGGER they are. DU20863. SEE 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) No. 
2581-1806. 

THE BIGGEST thief in town. DU20786, 
DP22202. SEE Trumbo, Dalton. 

BILL Klem. C3813. SEE The American 
Way (Radio program) 

BILL Terry. C3871. SEE The American 
Way '(Radio program) 

BILL'S night out. DP21413. SEE Provence, 
Jean. 



THE BIG break. DU22120. SEE 
The Shadpw (Radio program) No. 380. 

BIG deal. DU22692. SEE Columbia 
University. VD radio project. 

THE BIG idea. SEE 
Bennett, Donn Henry Bonhoff. C3810, C4212 



BILLY and the Boojum. 
Busch, Martin Miller. 

BILLY Budd. DU20814. 
Coxe, Louis Osborne. 



DU20991. SEE 



SEE 



BIMBONI, ALBERTO. 
In the namie of culture, a musical satire 
in one act by Alberto Bimboni and 
Norma Stolzenbach. [Text and music 
on separate leaves] © Alberto Bimboni; 
Ic 7Nov49; DU22177. 

BIMM, HARRY LEE. 
Spring tide; or. Moon years. A play in 
three acts. © Harry Lee Bimm; Ic 
15Aug49; DU21099. 

BINKY. DU20614. SEE Young, Margie. 

BIP, Bop, and Burp. SEE Johnstone, 
Thomas Arthur. The huckster Mikado. 
DU22349. 

BIRCHARD (C. C.) and Company. 
In David's town. DP21814. SEE Kirk, 

Hazel Jean. 
The miracle of the tumbler. DP21813. 
SEE Elsmith, Berta. 

BIRDS from our tree. DU21655. SEE 
Grieco, Rose Florence. 

BIRDSALL, Maurice. 
Pinxlico. DU20963. SEE 
Holland, Edward. 

BIRKENSTEIN, LILLIAN R. 
Miss Chief, a comedy in three acts. 
© Lillian R. Birkenstein; Ic 25Nov49; 
DU22303. 

BIRO, LA JOS. 
The blue room mystery, a play in three 
acts. © British and Continental Plays, 
ltd.; Ic lAug49; DU21449. 
Comedy at Tarnavfeg; or, A Hungarian 
rhapsody. A play in three acts by 
Lajos Biro. Translated by Vera Biro 
and Maurice Browne. © British and 
Continental Plays, ltd. ; Ic lAug49; 
DU21448. 

BIRO, Vera. 
Comedy at Tarnavfeg. DU21448. SEE 
Biro, Lajos. 

BIRTHDAY parade. .DU22203. SEE 
McCann Erickson, inc. 



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BIRTHDAY party. SEE 
Gilmore, Edward Joseph. DP21903. 
The Sheriff (Radio program) No. 253 
DU21005. 

BISCH, HENRIETTE BLANCHE. 
What price love, a play in three acts by 
Fabienne and Dudley Dane (pseud, of 
Henriette B. and Louis E. Bisch] 
© Henriette B. Bisch, Louis E. Bisch; 
Ic 4Nov49; DU22001. 

BISCH, Louis Edward. 
What price love. DU22001. SEE 
Bisch, Henriette Blanche. 



BITTER bread. 
F. Howard. 



DU22173. SEE O'Neill, 



BITTER Root Pageant Committee of 
Stevensville. SEE Stevensville, Mont. 
Bitter Root Pageant Committee. 

BITTMAN, LORAN R. 
The brain, by Loran R. Bittman and 
others. [Film script] © Loran R. 
Bittman, Lei Barnes, Lynn Saunders, 
Irene Saunders, Howard Steele, Myron 
Wheeler, Corinne Wheeler, Jean Rock- 
wood, Mickey Greene, Bob Howard, Peg- 
gey Steele, John Maciag, Martha Maciag, 
James Harnack, Ruth Harnack; Ic 
8Jul49; DU20691. 

BLACK, LEOTA HULSE. 
Double trouble; humorous reading. 

© Wetmore Declamation Bureau; lSep49; 

DP22524. 
Ma at cooking school; humorous reading. 

® Wetmore Declamation Bureau; lSep49- 

DP22527. 
School daze; humorous reading. 

© Wetmore Declamation Bureau; lSep49- 

DP22526. 

BLACK, WALTER. 
Money to burn, a play in three acts by 
Walter Black and William Mendrek. 
© Walter Black, William Mendrek; Ic 
lNov49; DU22169. 

THE BLACK arrow. DU22400. SEE 
Hopkins, Joseph Martin. 

THE BLACKGUARD. DU21008. SEE 
Newman, Alice Charlotte. 

BLACKMORE, MADELINE. 
Dear virtue, a dramatization of Samuel 
Richardson's novel "Pamela, or. Virtue 
rewarded. " In three acts. © Madeline 
Blackmore; Ic 140ct49; on revisions; 
DU21749. Prev. reg. "Pamela"; 
llSep47; DU11060. 

BLACKWELL, PAUL CLARK. 
Dude round-up, a three-act comedy 
drama. © Paul Clark Blackwell; Ic 
140ct49; DU21878. 



BLACKWOOD, Hermione J. 
The Shamrock Inn. DU20796. SEE 
Young, Donald L. 

THE BLADE. DU21546. SEE 

The Sheriff (Radio program) No. 259. 

BLAIR, Jonathan, pseud. SEE Bailey, 
John Warren. 



BLANCK, Ninette Loos. 
Ninette. 



SEE Loos-BIanck, 



BLAND, DOROTHY BEATRICE. 
Tell my story, a play in three acts by 
Dorothy Herbert (pseud. ) © Dorothy 
Beatrice Bland; Ic 8Aug49; DU21011. 

BLANEY, CECIL SPOONER. 
Curse of drink. DU20881. SEE 

Blaney, Charles Edward. 
Stamina, a dramatic sketch in one act. 

© Cecil Spooner Blaney; Ic 310ct49; 

DU21957. 



Willie Live, the boy behind the gun. 

DU20631. SEE Blaney, Charles Edward. 
Willie Live, the boy detective. 

DU20882. SEE Blaney, Charles Edward. 

BLANEY, CHARLES EDWARD. 
Curse of drink, a melodrania in three acts 

by Charles E. Blaney. New version by 

Cecil S. Blaney. © Cecil Spooner Blaney; 

Ic 25Jul49; DU20881. 
Willie Live, the boy behind the gun; a 

melodrama in three acts by Charles E. 

Blaney. New version by Cecil S. 

Blaney. © Cecil Spooner Blaney; Ic 

7Jul49; DU20634. 
Willie Live, the boy detective; a melo- 
drama in four acts by Charles E. 

Blaney. New version by Cecil S. 

Blaney. © Cecil Spooner Blaney; Ic 

25Jul49; DU20882. 

BLATT, WILLIAM MOSHER. 

In my lady's chamber, a romantic com- 
edy in two acts by William Belatt (pseud. ] 
© WUliam Mosher Blatt; Ic 26Sep49; 
DU21994. 

The moving finger, a play in two acts by 
William Belatt (pseud. ] © William Mosh- 
er Blatt; Ic 30Jun49; DU20749. 

BLAU, Raphael David. 
Mother is a freshman. DP21436. SEE 
Sergei, Christopher. 

BLAZING glory. DU22466. SEE 
Echevarria, Mele Pastor. 

BLEAK house. SEE Wetzel, Robert. 
Charles Dickens' Bleak house. DU22550. 



BLEI, Franz. 
Das Nusch-Nuschi. 
Hindemith, Paul. 



DP22159. SEE 



BLIND faith. 
John M. 



DP22525. SEE Martin, 



BLOCH, ROBERT. 
Near chaos, a play in three acts by 
Robert Bloch and Lawrence A. Keating. 
© Robert Bloch, Lawrence A. Keating; 
Ic 5Jul49; DU20622. 

BLOCK, DONN WILSON. 
Without conviction, a probable comedy in 
three acts by Donn Block and Al Sugg. 
© Donn Wilson Block; Ic 19Jul49; 
DU20804. 

BLOESER, RAYMOND W. 
Twenty-four hours, a modern play in 
three acts. © Raymond W. Bloeser; Ic 
9Nov49; DU22096. 

BLOOD and thunder. DP21430. SEE 
Johnson, Philip. 

BLOOD-frost. DU22395. SEE Bermingham, 
WUliam Edward. 

THE BLOOD of a poet. A38386. SEE 
Le sang d'un pofete (Motion picture) 

THE BLOODY alley incident. DU22213. 
SEE The Shadow (Radio program) No. 386. 

BLOOM, SEYMOUR L. 
Movie fans, a revue sketch. © Seymour 
L. Bloom; Ic 2Sep49; DU21276. 

BLOOMGARDEN, LEE. 
The golden egg, a comedy in three acts. 
© Lee Bloomgarden; Ic 22Aug49; 
DU21258. 

THE BLUE room mystery. DU21449. SEE 
Biro, Lajos. 

BLUM, EDWIN HARVEY, 
The noon of life, a play in three acts. 
© Edwin Harvey Blum; Ic 140ct49; 
DU21750. 



BLUME, Norman Barton. 
Fona-tel. C4183. SEE Busch, 
Vincent J. 

BOARD of Parish Education, The Evangeli- 
cal Lutheran Church. SEE 
Evangelical Lutheran Church. Board of 
Parish Education. 

THE BOASTFUL bandit. DU21787. SEE 
The Lone Ranger {Radio program) 
No. 2620-1845. 

BOB Dayton's secret. DU21070. SEE 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 
No. 2588-1813. 

BOB Feller. C3950. SEE The American 
Way (Radio program) 

BOCK, G. 
Johann, der nauntre Seifensieder. 

DP22627. SEE Fischer, Erich. 
Mutter SchrOdern. DP22626. SEE 

Kreutzer, Konradin. 
Seine Schwester. DP22625. SEE 

Offenbach, Jacques. 

THE BODLEY Press. 
The blood of a poet. A38386. SEE Le 
sang d'un poete-(Motion picture) 

BOGEAUS, BENEDICT. 
Johnny One- eye. A film script adapted by 
John McQuean [pseud. ] from the story 
by Damon Runyon. © Cahuenga Produc- 
tions, inc.; Ic 24Aug49; DU21201. 

THE BOHEMIAN bowl. DU21623. SEE 
Jones, Marc Edmund. 

THE BOILER-room works. DU21925. SEE 
Aldrich Family (Radio program) No. 506. 

BOLITHO, Sybil. 
A goddess to a god. SEE Balderston, 
John Lloyd. Goddess and god. 
DU21639. 



/ 



A BOLT from the blue. DU21629. 
Jeanette, Gertrude Hadley. 



SEE 



BOLTON, MURIEL ROY. 
Time and Tod, a play in three acts, 
dramatized from the Tod stories pub- 
lished in the American magazine. New 
York, S. French [1949]. 91 p. illus. 
© Muriel Roy Bolton; 170ct49; DP21837. 

UN BON dimanche. SEE Salomons, 
Jean-Pierre. Une rencontre. DU22583. 

BON voyage. Miss Tweedie. DU22342. 
SEE Dr. Christian (Radio program) No. 
578. 

BONDS so enduring. DU22688. SEE 
Daykin, Howard Kenneth. 

LES BONNES cartes. DP20737. SEE 
Thiebaut, Marcel. 

BONNIERS (Albert) fOrlag a. -b. 
Hans PortfOlj. AF 11018. SEE 

HellstrSm, Gustaf. 
Strandernas svall. AF11273. SEE 
Johnson, Eyvind. 

BONNY Maid Versatile varieties. 
DU21139. SEE Basch, Frances Scott. 

THE BOOK of Job. SEE One-act plays 
for stage and study. AA136700. 

THE BOOKS give a party. DP21895. SEE 
Edmonds, Edith. 

BOOMERANG versus gravity. C3987. SEE 
Patricoff, Henry S. 

BOOSEY & Hawkes, inc. 
The love for three oranges. DP22^09. 
DU22210. SEE Prokof'ev, Sergei 
Sergeevich. 



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BOOSEY & Hawkes, ltd. 
The rape of Lucretia. DP21056. SEE 
Britten, Benjamin. 



BOOTH, Earl Madison. 
Top floor front. DU22257. 
Jack Francis. 



SEE Schaack, 



BOOTH, Richard, pseud. SEE Booth, 
Earl Madison. 

BORG Warner Company. 
In our hands. DU21934. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 



THE BORN genius. 
Roos, Joseph. 



DU21427. SEE 



BORN to die. 
Iva Fern. 



DP22563. SEE Luther, 



BOSOM of the family. DU22443. SEE 
Free, Mairion Allen. 

BOTE, Ed. 

Johann, der miuntre Seifensieder. 
DP22627. SEE Fischer, Erich. 

Mutter Schr5dern. DP22626. SEE 
Kreutzer, Konradin. 

Seine Schwester. DP22625. SEE Offen- 
bach, Jacques. 

THE BOUNDARY. DU20864. SEE 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 
No. 2582-1807. 

BOURKE, JOHN JAMES. 
T-Bone and Tabby, a television series by 
Jack Riano [pseud. ] and Mar jorie 
Howard. [Sample script] © John J. 
Bourke, Mar jorie Howard; Ic 19Jul49; 
DU20829. 

BOVA, JOE. 
Santa's calling. Text and lyrics by 
Joe Bova, music by Jack Elton. 
[Sample radio script. Text and music on 
separate leaves. ] © K. B. M. Pub- 
lishers, inc. ; Ic 4Nov49; DU22340. 

BOVILL, CELIA CHESLEY. 
That creative urge, a three act play 
written by Celia C. Bovill and Lorraine 
C. Mains. © Celia Chesley Bovill, 
Lorraine Cochrane Mains; Ic 19Dec49; 
DU22576. 



BOX-office. 
David. 



DU20904. SEE Dargin, 



THE BOY from Michigan. 
Bailey, Harry Preston. 



DU21821. «E3 



THE BOY who feared dogs. DU2H61. 
SEE The Challenge of the Yukon (Radio 
program) No. 678. 

THE BOY with the hatchet. DP 2 1906. 
SEE Peacock, Mary. 

BOYD, BYRON BENNETT. 
The miracle at Fatinaa, a drama in one 
act. Des Moines, Ivan Bloom Hardin 
Co., C1949. 23 p. © Ivan Bloom Hardin 
Co.; 20Sep49; DP21620. 

BOYD, HELEN ABRAM. 
The great decision, a play in five scenes, 
© Helen Boyd; Ic 19Dec49; DU22577. 

BOYES. BECKY, pseud. 
Stumbling block; comedy approach to 
Brotherhood propaganda. A play in one 
act by Becky Boyes [pseud, of Harriet 
Burns Fellows and Janet Hattersley 
Becker) © Harriet Burns Fellows, 
Janet Hattersley Becker; Ic 20Sep49; 
DU21464. 

BOYLES, RAYMOND JAMES. 
Chile; radio script by Ray Jay Baker 
[pseud. ] © Raymond James Boyles; 
Ic 28Sep49; DU21589. 



Himself; radio script by Ray Jay Baker 

[pseud. ] © Raymond James Boyles; Ic 

19Sep49; DU21446. 
His Honor; radio script by Ray Jay Baker 

[pseud. ]© Raymond James Boyles; Ic 

28Sep49; DU21590. 
Pozer; radio script by Ray Jay Baker 

[pseud. ] © Raymond James Boyles; Ic 

28Nov49; DU22322. 

A BOY'S best pal. DU20644. SEE 
Aldrich Family (Radio program) No. 503. 

BOY'S Town of Missouri. DP21729. SEE 
The Land We Live In (Radio program) 
No. 230. 

BRADLEY, David. 
Julius Caesar. DP21820. SEE 
Shakespeare, Williana. 

BRADLEY, WESLEY. 
The crackerbarrel, a play in one act. 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Art Craft Play Co. 
C1949. 23 p. illus. ©J. Vincent 
Heuer; 26Aug49; DP21230. 

BRAGAZZI, Anthony J. 
Here to stay. DU21736. SEE 
Migliaccio, Almo Claudio. 

THE BRAIN. DU20691. SEE 
Bittman, Loran R. 

BRAINARD, EDWARD MOFFAT. 
The man in the ivory tower, a play in 
three acts. One in a series of plays 
entitled "Broadway opening. " [Radio 
script] © Edward Moffat Brainard; Ic 
27Dec49; DU22fa'85. 

BRAKE efficiency and effective brake 
factors. C4127. SEE Wilding Picture 
Productions, inc. 



BRAMMER, Arthur. 
Southland. DU21656. 
Horn, Arthur Price. 



SEE 



BRANCH Rickey. C3961. SEE The 
American Way (Radio program) 

BRAND, Donald Dilworth. 
Moonlight and rosy. DU20721. SEE 
Brand, Joy Morenci Erickson. 

BRAND, JOY MORENCI ERICKSON. 
Moonlight and rosy; a comedy in three 
acts and nine scenes. © Joy Brand, 
Donald Dilworth Brand; Ic 13Jul49; 
DU20721. 

BRAND, OSCAR S. 
Sports on trial. [Television script] 
© Oscar Brand; Ic 120ct49; DU21993. 

DAS BRANDMAL. SEE Giannini, Vittorio. 
The scarlet letter. DU21531. 

BRANDON-THOMAS, JEVAN. 

Sit down a minute, Adrian [a comedy in 
three acts) London, S. French [1949]. 
73 p. illus. (French's acting edition, 
no. 1168) © Jevan Brandon-Thomas; 
6Sep49; DP21636. 

Vanity fair, a play in three acts, adapted 
from the novel by William Makepeace 
Thackeray. New York City, S. French 
[1949]. 131 p. iUus. ©Jevan 
Brandon-Thomas; 25Jul49; DP21060. 

BRANNUM, HUGH. 
Orley and the bubble-gunn. [Recording 

script] © Shawnee Press, inc. ; Ic 

23Nov49; DU22327. 
Orley and the cricket; recording script. 

[Text and music on separate leaves] 

© Shawnee Press, inc. ; Ic 22Sep49; 

DU21497. 
Orley and the haunted house; recording 

script. [Text and music on separate 

leaves) © Shawnee Press, inc. ; Ic 

22Sep49; DU21498. 



Orley and the little engine; recording 

script. © Shawnee Press, inc.; Ic 

23Nov49; DU22328. 
Orley and the moon. [Recording script] 

© Shawnee Press, inc. ; Ic 23Nov49; 

DU22329. 
Orley's barn dance. [Recording script) 

© Shawnee Press, inc. ; Ic 23Nov49; 

DU22326. 

BRASH, ARTHUR FRANCIS. 
The devil's deputy, a play in seven 
scenes. © Arthur Francis Brash; Ic 
60ct49; DU21666. 

THE BRASH monkey. DU20754. SEE 
Brown, Forman George. 

BRASS buttons and good old Jack. 
DU21512. SEE Hawell, Emlie May. 

THE BRASS dog. DU21522. SEE Weiner, 
Ira Leslie. 

A BRAT grows up. SEE Nelson, Virginia 
Armistead. A twig is bent. DU21747. 

BRAUN, Gilbert. SEE The Adventures of 
Frank Merriwell (Radio program) 

BRAUN, Ruth. SEE The Adventures of 
Frank Merriwell (Radio program)/ 

BRAUN, WILBUR. 

Caught in the villain's web; or. More 
sinned against than sinning. A riotous 
meller drayma in three acts, by 
Herbert E. Swayne [pseud. ) New York, 
S. French [1949]. 107 p. illus. 
© Samuel French; 23nov49; DP22473. 

Domestic symphony, an amusing comedy of 
family life in three acts, by Alice 
Chadwicke [pseud. ] Based on Lillian 
Day's novel of the same name. New 
York, S. French [1949]. 114 p. illus. 
© Samuel French; 3Aug49; DP21402. 

Your time is up, a thrilling and absorbing 
mystery comedy in three acts, by Ed- 
win F. Hornung [pseud. ] New York, 
S. French [1949]. 107 p. illus. 
© Samuel French; ljul49; DP21002. 

BRAUNFELS, WALTER. 
Die VOgel, ein lyrisch-phantastisches 
Spiel in zwei Aufztigen nach Aristophanes. 
Op. 30. Partitur. Wien, Universal- 
Edition, cl921. 457 p. ©Universal 
Edition; 15Dec21; DP21386. 

BRAVO: DP21383. SEE Ferber, Edna. 

BRECHER, Irving. SEE The Life of Riley 
(Radio program) 

BRECKINRIDGE, FRANK PREVOST. 
Mary, the wife of Abraham Lincoln. A 

play in seven acts. A revision of the 

play of the same title by Frank 

Breckinridge and Muriel Brown. 

© Frank Prevost Breckinridge; Ic 25Jul49; 

DU20879. 
Wish upon a star; television script. 

© Frank Prevost Breckinridge; Ic 

6Jul49; C3833. 

BREEZE, ELIZABETH HARR. 
T. Terrapin Turkle, Esq. ; or. The story 
of Terry, the turtle. A television comic 
strip by Elizabeth H. and Thomas H. 
Breeze. Episode 1: What's in a name? 
Includes illustrations. © Elizabeth Harr 
Breeze, Thomas Hamilton Breeze; Ic 
8Aug49; DU21124. 

BREEZE, Thomas Hamilton. 
T. Terrapin Turkle, Esq. DU21124. SEE 
Breeze, Elizabeth Harr. 

BREEZING. DU21867. SEE 
Fairweather, Frederic Hedly. 

BRENNAN, JOHN J. 
A new commandment, a play in three 
acts. © John J. Brennan; Ic 9Aug49; 
DU21050. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BRENTANO, LOWELL. 
The frozen web, a play in three acts by 
Lowell Brentano and Will Oursler. 
© Lowell Brentano, Will Oursler; Ic 
26Jul49; on revisions; DU20868. Prev. 
reg. "Queen Bee, " ljul48; DU15500; 
260ct48, DU17133. 

BRENTON, MYRON. 
The downhill sun, a play in two acts. 
© Myron Brenton; Ic 6Sep49; DU21316. 

BRESSOUD, R. PAUL, pseud. SEE 
Bressoud, Robert Charles. 

BRESSOUD, ROBERT CHARLES. 

These were the blind, a play in prologue, 
epilogue, and three acts, by R. Paul 
Bressoud [pseud. ] © Robert Charles 
Bressoud; Ic 29Aug49; DU21205. 

BREVDA, MOSES, 
Giborei Isroel lefonim vehayom. New 
York, Bloch Pub. Co., 1949. 10 p. 
Hebrew text. A play. © Moses Brevda; 
3Nov49; DP22038. 

BREWSTER, TOWNSEND TYLER. 
Arrangement in rose and silver, a comedy 
in one act, three scenes. © Townsend 
T. Brewster; Ic 120ct49; DU21768. 

BRIAR rose. SEE Grenzeback, Joe Edward. 
Sing ho for a prince! DU21638. 

BRIDAL ballad. DU21306. SEE 
Greensweig, Joseph David. 

THE BRIDGE between. DU22190. SEE 
Barker, Albert. 

BRIDGES, JAMES. 
Win your dinner; radio script. © Hugo 
Wagenseil & Associates; 2May49; 
DP21241. 

BRIEF sanctuary. DU21012. SEE 
Gribble, Harry Wagstaff. 

THE BRIGHT evening. DU21468. SEE 
Heidelberg, Richard Loeb. 

BRIGHT is tomorrow. SEE Nagel, Lyda. 
Strictly feminine. DP20655. 

BRING 'em in to buy. C4301. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

BRINGING Christ to the home. C4032. 
SEE Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

BRITISH and Continental Plays, ltd. 
The blue room mystery. DU21449. 

SEE Biro, Lajos. 
Comedy at Tarnav^g. DU21448. SEE 

Biro, Lajos. 

BRITTAIN, DOSS. 
Time; discourse. © Doss Brittain; Ic 
8Sep49; C4120. 

BRITTEN, BENJAMIN. 

Let's make an opera! An entertainment 
for young people in three ar.s, including 
The little sweep, a children's opera, by 
Eric Crozier, music by Benjamin Britten. 
London, New York, Hawkes & Son [1949]. 
96 p. Text only. © Hawkes & Son (Lon- 
don) ltd.; 18Nov49; DP22252. 

The little sweep [a drannatico-musical; 
libretto by Eric Crozier, music by 
Benjamin Britten. London] Boosey & 
Hawkes [1949]. 38-65 p. Scene two. 
Vocal score. © Hawkes & Son (London) 
ltd.; 8Dec49; DP22623. 

The little sweep (a dramatico-musical; 
libretto by Eric Crozier, music by] 
Benjamin Britten. [London] Boosey & 
Hawkes [1949]. 66-94 p. Scene three 
Vocal score. © Hawkes & Son (London) 
ltd.; 25Jun49; DP20584. 

The rape of Lucretia (Der Raub der 
Lukrezia) An opera in two acts. Li- 
bretto after Andr^ Obey's play "Le 



viol de Lucrfece, by Ronald Duncan; 
German translation by Elisabeth Mayer. 
Full score. Rev. ed. London, Boosey 
& Hawkes [1949]. 327. p. © Boosey 
& Hawkes ltd.; 19Jul49; DP21056. 

BROADWAY bound. DU20671. SEE 
LaMarre, Howard Pierre. 



BROADWAY low-down. 
Manevitz, Charles. 



DU20972. SEE 



BROD, Max. 
Katja Kabanowa. SEE Janacek, LeoS. 
Kata Kabanova. DP21384. 

BROKEN record. C4049. SEE Kivlan, 
Thomas. 

THE BROKEN string. DU20791. SEE 
First Nighter (Radio program) Apr. 7, 1949 

THE BROKEN vase. DU22207. SEE 
Gens, Oskar. 

BROOK Farm. DU21026. SEE 
Crowell, William Conklin. 

BROOKS, EDWIN L. 
The dude from Manhattan, a musical 
comedy in three acts. Book by 
Edwin L. Brooks and Vic Mestman; 
music by Sid Brown; lyrics by Sid 
Brown and Edwin L. Brooks: from an 
idea by Edwin L. Brooks. © Edwi:i L. 
Brooks, Sid Brown, Vic Mestman; Ic 
30Nov49; DU22315. 



THE BROTHERS. DU22108. 
Kathe Frieda. 



SEE Zoder, 



BROTHERS of the Christian Schools. De la 
Salle College. 

Prince of a guy. DP22704. SEE Stroh, 
Richard N. 

THE BROTHER'S promise. DU22199. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
No. 706. 

BROWN, ALBERT M. 
Easy plays for boys. Boston, Baker's 
Plays [1949). 88 p. Contents. —The 
smart men of Nottingham. — Nick comes 
back in tinae. — Camping time. — Sweet 
land of liberty. — Rest hour; — Who's 
afraid of ghosts? — The last swim. — 
That's all, brother! — Frankie in the 
infirmary. — Sometimes it's right to 
fight. © Walter H. Baker Co. ; 30Jun49; 
DP20654. 

BROWN, FORMAN GEORGE. 
The brash monkey, a puppet play in a 
prologue and three scenes. © Forman 
Brown; Ic 24Jun49; DU20754. 

BROWN, Gwethalyn Graham Ericksen. 
Earth and high heaven. DU21630. SEE 
Goggan, John Patrick. 

BROWN, Howard Cecil. 
The Kangaroo Kid. DU22185. SEE 
Veitch, Anthony Scott. 

BROWN, JOHN S. 
A system of teaching reading to individuals 
and masses. [Recording script] 
© John S. Brown; Ic 16Dec49; C4308. 

BROWN, Muriel. 
Mary, the wife of Abraham Lincoln. 
DU20B79. SEE Breckinridge, 
Frank Prevost. 

BROWN, QUEST. 

The prodigal's return, a play in two 
acts. © Quest Brown; Ic 3Nov49; 
DU21980. 



BROWN, Sid. 
The dude from Manhattan. 
Brooks, Edwin L. 



DU22315. SEE 



BROWNE, Maurice. 
Comedy at Tarnavfeg. DU21448. SEE 
Biro, Lajos. 

THE BROWNING version. DP21811. SEE 
Rattigan, Terence. 

BRUESTLE, BEAUMONT SCHRADER. 
The wonderful tang, a pseudo -Chinese 
play in two acts for children, by 
Beaumont Bruestle. Incidental music 
by Charles Swier. [Text onl)^ 
©Beaumont Schrader Bruestle; Ic l6Dec49; 
DU22568. 

BRYAN, JOSEPH BLACKSHEAR. 
Shoaling fast, a play in seven scenes. 
© Joseph Blackshear Bryan; Ic 
6Sep49; DU21259. 

BUCHANAN, GLENNA IRENE. 
Peace, a cantata-pageant in four acts by 
Irene Buchanan. [Text only] © Glenna 
Irene Buchanan; Ic 280ct49; DU21947. 

BUCHANAN, Irene. SEE Buchanan, Glenna 
Irene. 

THE BUCK passers. DU21247. SEE The 
Green Hornet (Radio program) No. 963. 

BUCKLEY, FLOYD. 
One of the finest, a television serial 
story. Episode 1. © Floyd Buckley; Ic 
22Jul49; DU20876. 

BUCKMINSTER, HAROLD. 
Homecoming, a drama in three acts. 
© Harold Buckminster; Ic 29Dec49; 
DU22700. 

THE BUDDHA and the snarling dog. 
DU22114. SEE The Shadow (Radio pro- 
gram) No. 374. 

BUCHNERS, Georg. 
Wozzeck. SEE Berg, Alban. Georg 
BUchners Wozzeck. DP21385. 



I 



BUHNENVERTRIEB M. Kantorowitz. 
Kantorowitz, M. 



SEE 



BUGBEE (Willis N. ) Company. 
Take a look at Johnny. DP22090. SEE 

McCoy, Paul Stevens. 
Thank you, Mr. Parker. DP21836. 
SEE McCoy, Paul Stevens. 

BUILT to be best. C3924. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

BULL, EVELYN L. 
We make the flag, a playlet for primary 
grades prepared especially for American 
Education Week, November 6-12, 1949. 
Washington, National Education Assn. 
[1949]. lip. © National Education 
Association of the United States; 5Jul49; 
DP20989. 



THE BULL session. 
Allen, Isaac Wy. 



DU22453. SEE 



BULLETS make ballots. DU22201. SEE 
The Green Hornet (Radio prograna) No. 
972. 

BULLETS on Boot Hill. DU22510. SEE 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) No. 
2635-1860. 

BUNCE, FRANK. 
Town man, a comedy in three acts, with 
an envoy. © Frank Bunce; Ic 2Nov49; 
DU22109. 

BUNCO squad. DU21358. SEE 
Goldman, Lawrence. 

BURACK, Abraham Solomon. 

One hundred plays for children. A36733. 
SEE Plays; the Drama Magazine for 
Young People. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



BURGER, ISABEL BLOGG. 
The story of Little One. Episodes 1-3. 
(Film script] © Mrs. Isabel Blogg 
Burger; Ic 21Dec49; DU22619. 

BURGESS, GELETT. 
Ten word tales, a sample radio script. 
© Gelett Burgess; Ic 8Nov49; 
DU22077. 

BURKE, Emerson. SEE 
Burke, William Emerson. 

BURKE, WILLIAM EMERSON. 
Night is the time to watch, an original 
play in two acts, by Emerson Burke. 
© Emerson Burke; Ic 20Sep49; 
DU21455. 

BURKHARDT, GEORGE HENRY. 
Germwar, a drama in three acts, by 
George Burkhardt and Matthew Barnes. 
© George H. Burkhardt; Ic 15Dec49; 
DU22548. 

BURLFORD, THOMAS RUGBY. 
A modern Faust; or, Raynor's comeback. 
A drama of rejuvenation. © Thomas 
Rugby Burlford; Ic 10Oct49; DU21713. 

THE BURNING cabin. DU21476. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
No. 690. 



THE BURNING fence. DU20962. 
Edsall, Richard Linn. 



SEE 



THE BURNS MANTLE BEST PLAYS OF 
1948-49, and the year book of the drama 
in America, edited by John Chapman. 
New York, Dodd, Mead, 1949. 486 p. 
Contents. — Death of a salesman, by A. 
Miller. — Anne of the thousand days, by 
M. Anderson. — The madwoman of 
Chaillot, by J. Giraudoux. —Detective 
story, by S. Kingsley. —Edward, my 
son, by R. Morley and N. Langley. — 
Life with mother, by H. Lindsay and 
R. Crouse. —Light up the sky, by M. 
Hart. — The silver whistle, by R. E. 
McEnroe. — Two blind mice, by S. 
Spewack. — Goodbye, my fancy, by F 
Kanin. © Dodd, Mead & Co , inc. ; 
180ct49; AA132040, 

BURTON, Marian Sturges. 
Oh, dear me. DU21592. SEE O'Hara, 
Mary Louise Robinson. 



BUSCH, Mack. 
Miller. 



SEE Busch, Martin 



BUSCH, MARTIN MILLER. 
Billy and the Boojum, by Mack Busch, 
Rex Lardner, Donald M. Mankiewicz. 
[Television script] © Martin M. Busch, 
Rex Lardner; Ic 5Aug49; DU20991. 

BUSCH, VINCENT J. 
Fona-tel, a lecture designed for recording 
purposes, by Vincent J. Busch and Nor- 
man B. Blume. © Vincent Busch, 
Norman B. Blume; Ic 250ct49; C4183. 

BUSSIERE, MYRTLE ELLIOTT. 
Too good to be true, a play in three acts 
by Tad Bussiere [pseud. ] © Myrtle Elliott 
Bussiere; Ic 70ct49; DU21700. 

BUSSIERE, Tad, pseud. SEE 
Bussiere, Myrtle Elliott. 

BUTT, HAROLD CHARLES. 
Funny story; or. She learned him! A 
comedy of life in two acts. © Harold 
Charles Butt; Ic 12Dec49; DU22448. 

BUTTITTA, ANTHONY JAMES. 
The enchanted inn, a musical comedy in 
two acts. Suggested by "The mistress 
of the inn, " by Carlo Goldoni. [Text 
only] ©Anthony Buttitta; Ic 21Dec49- 
nU22620. 



BUTTOLPH, EDNA GIBSON. 
Trains and planes. [Recording script] 
© Edna Gibson Buttolph; Ic 7Sep49; 
DU21790. 

BUTTON busters. DP20926. SEE Kaser, 
Arthur LeRoy. 

BUY the way. C4028. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization,inc . 

BUZZANCA, Mimmo, pseud. SEE 
Buzzanca, Salvatore. 

BUZZANCA, SALVATORE. 
The devil's sonata, a film script by 
Mimmo Buzzanca [pseud. ] © Rag. 
Salvatore Buzzanca; Ic 5Dec49; DU22481. 

BY any other name. DU20663. SEE 
Langer, Martin Gerald. 



BY the beautiful sea. 
Vining, Donald. 



DP21451. SEE 



BYRD, ADELAIDE. 
A letter from Pontius Pilate's wife, ed. 
by Catherine Van Dyke from an ancient 
manuscript. Dramatized for radio by 
Adelaide Byrd. © Adelaide Byrd; Ic 
29Aug49; DU21220. 

BYRD, WILLIAM. 
The magic serenade, a musical play in 
two acts. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © William Byrd; Ic 10Nov49; 
DU22129. 

BYRNE, JOHN JOSEPH. 
Swing east, a musical comedy in two acts 
adapted from John J. Byrne's play, 
"It's my love. " Book by John Joseph 
Byrne. Music by Robert James Atwood. 
Lyrics by Milt Francis. Special lyrics 
by Nick and Charles Kenny. [Text and 
music on separate leaves] © John 
Joseph Byrne, Robert James Atwood, 
Milt Francis, Nick Kenny; Charles 
Kenny; Ic 31Aug48; DU22644. 

BYRNES, Elizabeth, pseud. SEE 
Bernstein, Bette Rea. 



C. Frederick and Associates. SEE 
Frederick (C. ) and Associates. 

C. M. Guggenheimer Corporation. SEE 
Guggenheimer (C. M. ) Corporation. 

THE CABAL. DU22186. SEE 
Hammer, L. H. 

CADEN, FRANK. . 
The Filly-Loo bird; a musical fantasy 
in five scenes by Frank Caden, musical 
compositions by Helen Steele. [Text 
only] © The Filly-Loo Bird Co. ; Ic 
24Aug49; DU21684. 

CAESAR crosses the Rubicon. DU20650. 
SEE You Are TherefRadio program) 
June 12, 1949. 

CAESAR'S wife. DP20722. SEE Maugham, 
William Somerset. 

CAFE Janine. DU21913. SEE Stephens, 
Ronald Reginald. 

CAGLEY versus the people. DU22401. 
SEE Leibson, Laurence S. 

CAHUENGA Productions, inc. 
Jahnny One-Eye. DU21201.. SEE 
Bogeaus, Benedict. 

CAIRNS, Dorothy, pseud. SEE Cams, 
Dorothy. 

CALIFORNIA gold. SEE Muse, Violet 
Frances. Gold for dearie. DU22146. 



CAMP ANA Sales Company. SEE" 
First Nighter (Radio program) 

CAMPBELL, JEAN JOY. 
Presented for the Savings Banks Associ- 
ation of the State of New York, Group 5. 
[Address] © Jean Joy Campbell; Ic 
120ct49; C4167. 

CAMPBELL, THOMAS BEVERLY. 
Alexandria, thy sons; a historical pag- 
eant drama, by T. Beverly Campbell and 
Howard Southgate. [Alexandria, Va. , 
1949]. 61 p. © T. Beverly Campbell, 
Howard Southgate; lljul49; DP20752. 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM JESS. 
The jealous mother, a play in one act. 
© William Jess Campbell; Ic 26Sep49; 
DU21547. 

CAMPTOWN races — a square dance. 
DU22356. SEE Cunningham, William 
Everett. 

CAN long endure. SEE One-act plays for 
stage and study. AA136700. 

CAN you believe your ears? DU21509. 
SEE Haydon, Julie. 

CANDEE, MARJORIE DENT. 
Mirror, mirror; a play in three acts. 
© Marjorie Dent Candee; Ic 30Jun49; 
DU20600. 

CANDLE in your heart. DU21083. SEE 
Waxman, Gerald Robert. 

A CANDLELIGHT carol service. DU22653. 
SEE Huffman, Herbert. 

CANFIELD, Chauncey de Leon. 
Diary of a '49er. SEE Muse, Violet 
Frances. Gold for dearie. DU22146. 

THE CANTERVILLE ghost. DU21726. 
SEE Actor's Studio (Television program) 
No. 36. 

LA CANZONE di Nennella. DU20784, 
DP223I3. SEE Fulgione, Gregory. 

CAPITOL RECORDS, INC. 

How the fire engine got its siren. [Re- 
cording script] © Capitol Records, inc.; 
Ic 12Dec49; DU22589. 

Sparky's magic piano. DP22581. SEE 
May, Billy. 

CAPTAIN Tonti. DP21513. SEE Darneille, 
Frank. 

THE CAPTURE of John Wilkes Booth. 
DU20649. SEE You Are There (Radio 
program) June 5, 1949. 

CARDONA, Juan, pseud. SEE 
Gaertner, Hans. 

THE CARE and feeding of Mr. Dobbs. 
DU20790. SEE First Nighter j(Radio 
program) Mar. 31, 1949. 

A CAREER for Gus. DP22606. SEE 
The Land We Live In (Radio program) 
Dec. 15, 1949. 



CARHARTT, James Neale. 
Red hot mama. DU22434. 
Management Associates. 



SEE Artist 



CARL Hoffer. DU22596. SEE Plain- 
clothes Man (Television program) No. 10. 

CARLETON, LINNIE BENOIT. 
Petticoated cargo, a musical comedy in 
two acts by Linnie Benoit Carleton 
and Corene Benoit Warren. [Text and 
music on separate leaves] © Linnie 
Benoit Carleton; Corene Benoit Warren; 
Ic 140ct49; on revisions; DU21995. 
Prev. reg. "Golden cargo"; 19Apr49; 
DU19631. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



CARLISLE, Rilla, pseud. SEE Martens, 
Anne (Coulter) 

CARMI, AVNER. 
The Siena pianoforte; screen story. 
Translated by Ch. Reed. 3d ed 
[Tel-Aviv, Israel, 1949]. 77 p. Ulus. 
© Avner Carmi; lJan49; DP21753. 

CARMICHAEL, DANIEL JOSEPH. 
Western Book Company. fA report pre- 
pared by the Research Department on 
the results of advertising in three 
magazines] ® Daniel J. Carnriichael; Ic 
30Nov49; C4297. 

CARNS, DOROTHY. 
La Lu, a comedy in three acts by 
Dorothy Cairns [pseud. ] © Dorothy 
earns; Ic 50ct49; DU21679. 

CARPENTER, MURRAY. 
Inky Pinky; script of program as re- 
corded July 5, 1949. ©Carpenter, inc.; 
Ic 15Aug49; C3973. 

CARRE, LINDA JORDAN. 
It's an old California custom, a play in 
seven scenes. © Linda Jordan Carre; 
Ic 29Aug49; DU21222. 

CARRIERE, Albert. 
He who gets hooked. SEE One-act plays 
for stage and study. AA136700. 

CARRINGTON, ELAINE STERNE. 
Mine was one voice, a play in three acts. 
© Elaine Sterne Carrington; Ic 20Sep49; 
on revisions; DU21458. Prev. reg. 
4Apr49; DU19694. 

CARROLL, CHARLES GORDON. 
Cover story; or. Editors' choice. By 
Gordon Carroll and Richard L. Tobin. 
[Sample television script] © Charles 
Gordon Carroll, Richard Lardner 
Tobin; Ic 26Aug49; DU21206. 

CARROLL, Gordon. SEE Carroll, Charles 
Gordon. 

CARROLL, Jimmy. 
Foodini goes a'huntin'. DU21171. SEE 

Lynn, Jeannette. 
Foodini's trip to the moon. DU21172. 

SEE Lynn, Jeannette. 

CARROLL, Robert F. 
Time is a thief. SEE One-act plays for 
stage and study. AA136700. 

CARSON, MARCO. 
The first impression, a comedy in two 
acts. © Marco Carson; Ic 26Sep49; 
DU21528. 

CARTER, ARTHUR PHILIP. 
Let me be guilty, a play in three acts. 
© Arthur Philip Carter; Ic 21Nov49; 
DU22366. 

CARTER, LESLIE H. 
Ming Toy a musical comedy in prologue 
and two acts. Book by Leslie H. 
Carter, music by John Laurence 
Seymour. San Francisco, Banner Play 
Bureau [1949). 35 p. illus. Libretto 
and complete stage guide. © Banner 
Play Bureau, inc.; 15Nov49; DP22295. 

CARTER, MARGARET. 
Robinson Crusoe, a pantomime in two 
acts. London, S. French [1949]. 73 p. 
(French's acting edition, no. 579) 
© Samuel French ltd. ; 250ct49; 
DP22469. 

CARTER, OLGA BEATRICE. 
A drop in the bucket [a travelogue intro- 
duced and closed with dramatic 
script] 72 leaves. © Olga Beatrice 
Carter; Ic 280ct49; DU21919. 



THE CARTER Street story. DP20956. 
SEE Frances, Charlotte. 

CARTMELL, VAN H. 
Fiddlefoot Inn. Episode 2: The Flag Day 
oration. © Van H. Cartmell; Ic 
30ct49; DU21628. 

CARTOON TELETALES (Television pro- 
gram) Scripts in this series are by 
Charles R. Luchsinger, unless other- 
wise indicated. © Charles R. Luchsinger, 
unless otherwise indicated. 

Apr. 17, 1949. Jake, the tadpole; by 

Charles R. and Jack D. Luchsinger. 

© Charles R. Luchsinger, Jack D. 

Luchsinger; Ic 4Aug49; DU20975. 
Apr. 24, 1949. Snookums, the anteater. 

© Ic 4Aug49; DU20976. 
May 1, 1949. Wee Willie, the whale. 

© Ic 4Aug49; DU20977. 
May 8, 1949. Lil' Newt, the bandicoot. 

© Ic 4Aug49; DU20978. 
May 15, 1949. Earnest, the umbrella 

bird. © Ic 4Aug49; DU20979. 
May 22, 1949. Sparky, the ray fish. 

© Ic 4Aug49; DU20980. 
June 5, 1949. Little Slivers, the porcu- 
pine. © Ic 4Aug49; DU20981. 
June 12, 1949. Little Tommy Turnstone. 

© Ic 4Aug49; DU20982. 
June 19, 1949. Panoply, the bumber- 

shoot. © Ic 4Aug49; DU20983. 
June 26, 1949. Scooter, the worm. © Ic 

4Aug49; DU20984. 
July 10, 1949. Harem Scarem, the 

possum mouse. © Ic 4Aug49; DU20985. 
July 17, 1949. Dipsy, the dolphin. © Ic 

4Aug49; DU20986. 
July 31, 1949. Needle-Beak, the tailor 

bird. © Ic 4Aug49; DU20987. 

CARVER, CHARLES. 
New one-act plays. [Waco, Tex.] 
Dept. of Drama, Baylor University, 
1948. 147 p. Contents. —A tilt of stein, 
by Joe Byers. — Hearts, inc. , by 
Michelle Condre. — The whistle, by Nina 
Dickey. — Mile. Deceit, by Gladys 
Dickson. — The common touch, by Roy 
Hammons. — The color -conscious con- 
science, by Irene Lockridge. — A rose 
for Madame Calva, by Fay McClintock. 
— The ivory tower two flights down, by 
Gene McKinney. — Back to Boston, by 
James Rogers. — The test, by Lee and 
Bill Vance. — The lace handkerchief, by 
Bobbie Wilson. "Written. . .by students 
of playwriting at Baylor University. " 
© Charles Carver; 30Jul48; DP22171. 

GARY, FALKLAND L. 
Knight's move, a play in three acts. 
[London, S. French, 1949]. 74 p. illus. 
(French's acting edition, no. 1860) 
© Falkland L. Gary; 29Mar49; 
DP20957. 

CASE, WILLIAM RICHARD. 

Lo and behold, a new revue. Sketches and 
lyrics by William Richard Case. [Text 
only] © William Richard Case; Ic 
lljul49; DU20679. 

THE CASE of Barney Judson. DU21696. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

THE CASE of the lost payroll. DU21818. 
SEE The Sheriff (Radio program) 
No. 263. 

THE CASE of the pernicious blonde. 
DU22343. SEE The Sheriff (Radio pro- 
gram) No. 269. 

THE CASE of the sensitive horse. 
DU21300. SEE The Adventures of Frank 
Merriwell (Radio program) No. 141. 

CASE of the sleeping beauty. DU22347. 
SEE Krinn, George. 



THE CASE of the troublesome parrot. 
DU21225. SEE The Sheriff (Radio pro- 
gram) No. 257. 

THE CASE of the wandering moccasins. 
DU22634. SEE The Sheriff (Radio pro- 
gram) No. 272. 

THE CASE of Tommy Tucker. DU21691. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

CASE of. . . 
For additional titles beginning "Case 
of. . . " see the following radio programs; 
Challenge of the Yukon. 
Counter -spy. 
Gangbusters. . 
Nick Carter, Master Detective. 

CASEY, FRANCIS MICHAEL. 
Dearie, you're a dreamer; a comedy in 

one act. New York, S. French [1949], 

24 p. © Francis Michael Casey; 

29Sep49; DP21844. Prev. reg. "Dearie, 

ye're a dreamer"; 4Feb49; DU18395. 
John Shanahan, me boy; a play in two 

scenes. New York, S. French [1949]. 

33 p. illus. © Samuel French; 

9Aug49; DP21400. 

CASTIGLIA, STEVEN. 
Seek not alone, a play in three acts, by 
Stephen Castiglia and Harry F. Polos. 
© Stephen Castiglia, Harry F. Polos; 
Ic 12Dec49; DU22484. 
Uncle Benny's place, by Steven Castiglia 
and Harry F. Polos. [Television 
script] © Steven Castiglia, Harry F. 
Polos; Ic 14Sep49; DU21396. 



THE CAT and the cream. 
Dinner, William. 



DP20812. SEE 



I 



CATCH a nigger. 
Kantor, Cyril. 



DU21792. SEE 



CATflODE ray tube. C4062. C4261. 
SEE Gorder, Leslie Orlando. Trans- 
pondence course ET, no. 3-4. 

CATO Records Products. 
A thousand years down the road of 
error, and a new path to an old truth. 
C4232. SEE Robinson, Thomas A. 

CAUGHT in the villain's web. DP22473. 
SEE Braun, Wilbur. 

CAUWET, RAYMOND JEAN. 
Winners circle. [Radio script] © Ray- 
mond Jean Cauwet; Ic 8Aug49; C3943. 

THE CAVALCADE OF AMERICA (Radio 
program) Scripts in this series are by 
various authors. © E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Co. 

615. June 6, 1949. The return of the 

lodger, by Morton Wishengrad. © Ic 

10Oct49; DU21721. 
619. Aug. 30, 1949. Wire to the west 

by Irve Tunick. © Ic 10Oct49; 

DU21722. 
624. Oct. 4, 1949. The lady becomes a 

governor, by Margaret Lewerth. © Ic 

9Nov49; DU22075. 

CAVES and houses. C3876. SEE Here's 
Heidy (Radio program) May 15, 1949. 

CE printemps--la ne vint jamais. 
SEE Damman-Dubois, Suzanne. 
Lueurs entre les ombres. DU22101. 

A CERTAIN psychic phenomenon in the 
creative imagination field. C4038. 
SEE MacLeod, William Christie. 

CERVINKY, Vine. 
K4ta Kabanovi. DP21384. SEE 
Jandifek, he6S. 

CHADWICKE, Alice, pseud. SEE Braun, 
Wilbur. 



110 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



CHAINED slaves. DU20955. SEE 
Wrean, Frances Marquette. 

CHALLENGE OF THE YUKON <Radio pro- 
gram) Created by George W. Trendle. 
Scripts in this series are by various au- 
thors. © Challenge of the Yukon, inc. 

664. June 15, 1949. The uphill sled, by 
Jim Lawrence. © Ic 27Jun49; DU20833. 

665. June 22, 1949. King takes over, by 
Mildred Merrill. © Ic 27Jun49; 
DU20834. 

666. June 29, 1949. The case of the 
beautiful swindler, by Jim Lawrence. 
© Ic 30Jun49; DU20835. 

667. Julj^ 6, 1949. The case of the 
Crjwn fire, by Tom Dougall. © Ic 
30Jun49; DU20836. 

668. July 13, 1949. Trickery on the 
river, by Dan Beattie. © Ic 30Jun49- 
DU20837. 

669. July 20. 1949. The case of the 
kind-hearted killer, by Jim Lawrence. 
© Ic 14Jul49; DU20838. 

670. July 27, 1949. The case of the un- 
willing guardian, by Tom Dougall. © ic 
26Jul49; DU20839. 

671. Aug. 3, 1949. The renegade 
huskie, by Jim Lawrence. © Ic 
26Jul49; DU20840. 

672. Aug. 10, 1949. What price King? 
By Jim Lawrence. © Ic 26Jul49; 
DU20841. 

673. Aug. 17, 1949. The case of the 
friendly enemies, by Tom Dougall. 
© Ic 25Jul49; DU20942. 

674. Aug. 24, 1949. The yellow kit- 
ten, by Dan BeatUe. © Ic 26jul49- 
DU20842. 

675. Aug. 31, 1949. The minister's 
missing money, by Betty Joyce. © Ic 
25Jul49; DU20943. 

676. Sept. 7, 1949. The case of the 
detective who liked excitement, by Tom 
Dougall. © Ic 8Aug49; DU21066. 

677. Sept. 12, 1949. The Fan-Tan 
gold robbery, by Jim Lawrence. © Ic 
llAug49; DU21160. 

678. Sept. 14, 1949. The boy who 
feared dogs, by Jim Lawrence. © Ic 
llAug49; DU21161. 

679. Sept. 16, 1949. The case of the 
wishbone claims, by Tom Dougall © ir 
llAug49; DU21162. ■ w ic 

680. Sept. 19, 1949. Fire on the trail, 
by Betty Joyce. © Ic llAuff49- 
DU21163. ' 

681. Sept. 21, 1949. King and the 
Baxter gang, by Dan Beattie. © Ic 
llAug49; DU21164. 

682. Sept. 23, 1949. The case of the 
river pirates, by Tom Dougall. © Ic 
18Aug49; DU21252. 

683. Sept. 26, 1949. Ambush near 
Selkirk, by Dan Beattie. ©lcllAug49; 
DU21165. 

684. Sept. 28, 1949. The case of the 
Sourdough's dog, by Jim Lawrence. 
© Ic 18Aug49; DU21253. 

685. Sept. 30, 1949. The phantom wit- 
ness, by Dan Beattie. © Ic 18Aug49- 
DU21254. 

686. Oct. 3, 1949. The scent of blood, 
by Jim Lawrence. © Ic 7Sep49; 
DU21360. 

687. Oct. 5, 1949. The murder mountain, 
by Tom Dougall. © Ic 26Sep49; 
DU21532. 

687. Oct. 5, 1949. Murder on the 
mountain, by Tom Dougall. © Ic 
60ct49; DU21777. 

688. Oct. 7, 1949. The generous hobo, 
by Tom Dougall. © Ic 15Sep49; DU21474. 

689. Oct. 10. 1949. Allen McRae's 
birthday present, by Jim Lawrence. 
© Ic 15Sep49; DU21473. 

690. Oct. 12, 1949. The burning cabin, 
by Jim Lawrence. © Ic 15Sep49- 
DU21476. 

691. Oct. 14, 1949. The great Charlotta, 
by Dan Beattie. © Ic 15Sep49; DU21475. 

692. Oct. 17, 1949. The doctor disap- 
pears, by Jim Lawrence. © Ic 260ct49; 
DU21537. 



693. Oct. 19, 1949. Hazel Crest's 
decision, by Dan Beattie. © Ic 
26Sep49; DU21536. 

694. Oct. 21, 1949. Rescue in the for- 
est, by Mildred Merrill. © Ic 
120ct49; DU21778. 

695. Oct. 24, 1949. The missing money, 
by Dan Beattie. © Ic 120ct49; DU21779. 

696. Oct. 26, 1949. Bad boy, by Jim 
Lawrence. © Ic 60ct49; DU21780. 

697. Oct. 28, 1949. The last will, by 
Felix Holt. © Ic 10Oct49; DU21781. 

698. Oct. 31, 1949. Nipper proves him- 
self, by Dan Beattie. © Ic 180ct49; 
DU22016. 

699. Nov. 2, 1949. Bear trap, by 
Felix Holt. © Ic 170ct49; DU22017. 

701. Nov. 7, 1949. Trapped, by Dan 
Beattie. © Ic 270ct49; DU22195. 

702. Nov. 9, 1949. The miser and the 
mob, by Jim Lawrence. © Ic 180ct49; 
DU22018. 

703. Nov. 11, 1949. The old timer, by 
Tom Dougall. ©Ic 270ct49; DU22196. 

704. Nov. 14, 1949. The senator finds 
a treasure, by Jim Lawrence. © Ic 
270ct49; DU22197. 

705. Nov. 16, 1949. Note of evidence, 
by Dan Beattie. © Ic 270ct49; 
DU22198. 

706. Nov. 18, 1949. The brothers' 
promise, by Tom Dougall. © Ic 
270ct49; DU22199. 

707. Nov. 21, 1949. The king-emperor, 
by Jim Lawrence. © Ic 270ct49; 
DU22200. 

710. Nov. 28, 1949. Grubstake for 
Vickers, by Felix Holt. © Ic 14Nov49; 
DU22289. 

711. Nov. 30, 1949. Forty-eight hours 
to pay, by Jim. Lawrence. © Ic 14Nov49; 
DU22290. 

712. Dec. 2, 1949. The outlaw's twin, 
by Tom Dougall. © Ic 14Nov49; 
DU22291. 

713. Dec. 5, 1949. Dance at Caribou 
Creek, by Felix Holt. © Ic 5Dec49; 
DU22500. 

714. Dec. 7, 1949. The return of Tom 
Becket, by Jim Lawrence. © Ic 
5Dec49; DU22501. 

715. Dec. 9, 1949. Swindler's luck, by 
Jim Lawrence. © Ic 5Dec49; DU22502. 

716. Dec. 12, 1949. Copper Gulch 
patrol, by Felix Holt. © Ic 2Dec49; 
DU22503. 

717. Dec. 14, 194?. The Wainwright 
cache, by Tom Dougall. ® Ic 7Dec49; 
DU22490. 

718. Dec. 16, 1949. Return of the 
fugitive, by Dan Beattie. © Ic 7Dec49; 
DU22491. 

720. Dec. 21, 1949. The shanghaied 
sergeant, by Tom Dougall. © Ic 
12Dec49; DU22495. 

CHALLENGE of the Yukon, inc. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 

CHAMBERLAIN, JEROME VIZE. 
Vinegaroon, a musical play in two acts 
by Jerome Vize Chamberlain, Jr. , 
William Clyde Odeneal, Jr., James 
Lyndon Wells, and Sidney Bob Farrar. 
[Text only] © Jerome Vize Chamber- 
lain, Jr. , William Clyde Oderneal, Jr. , 
James Lyndon Wells, Sidney Bob Far- 
rar; Ic 5Jul49; DU20971. 

CHAMBERLAIN, LOWELL COLBY. 
Cross currents, a play in three acts. 
© Lowell Chamberlain; Ic 16Sep49; on 
revisions; DU21423. Prev. reg. 
24Feb49; DU18768. 
Cross currents, a play in three acts. 
© Lowell Chamberlain; Ic 6Dec49; on 
revisions; DU22367. 

CHAMBERLIN, Norwood. 
The broken string. DU20791. SEE 
First Nighter (Radio program) Apr. 7, 
1949. 

CHAMPION, RACHEL MARTIN. 
Are judges people? A farce in one act. 



© Rachel Martin Champion; Ic 4Nov49; 
Du22204. 

CHAMPION, THE WORLDS WONDER 
HORSE (Radio program) Stories in this 
series are by various authors. 
© Gene Autry Productions. 

2. By Fred Howard, [pseud, of Fred 
Howard Wright] Chapter no. 1, June 27, 
1949. © Ic 27Jun49; DU20723. 

CHAMPLAIN, ROBERT HALLOCK. 
Matinee idol. Outlines and first episode 
for a proposed television or radio 
series. © Robert Champlain; Ic 
28Nov49; DU22438. 

CHAMPLIN, BETTY MEE. 
Occupation: housewife; or. How to go 
easy in five crazy lessons! A musical 
skit. [Text only] 9 Betty Mee 
Champlin; Ic 10Oct49; DU21714. 

CHANCE of a lifetime. SEE 
Bentkover, Jacob. DU21142. 
Jennings, Robert G. C3979. 

THE CHANCELLOR'S party. DP21969. 
SEE Lilejnquist, Don Clifford. 

CHANDLER, Tanis, pseud. SEE Gold- 
thwaite, Ann Scott. 



CHANGE of hearts. 
Rodda, Violet. 



DU21641. SEE 



A CHANGE of plans. DU21068. SEE The 
Green Hornet (Radio program) No. 959. 

CHAPLAIN, MARY ELZABETH. 
Mrs. Santa Claus' story for (child's 
name). Personalized song and story 
records for children by Mrs. Santa 
Claus. [Sample recording script] 
© Mary Elzabeth Chaplain; Ic 3Nov49; 
DU22645. 

CHAPMAN, John. 
The Burns Mantle best plays of 1948-49. 
SEE The Burns Mantle best plays of 
1948-49. AA132040. 

CHAPMAN, Robert Harris. 
Billy Budd. DU20814. SEE Coxe, Louis 
Osborne. 

CHAPMAN, TEDWELL. 
The enchantress, a play in three acts. 

© Tedwell Chapman; Ic 25May49; 

DU20672. 
The intriguing stranger, a play in three 

acts. [Presented under the title "Twice 

upon a time"] © Tedwell Chapman; Ic 

25May49; DU20673. 
Make mine love, a musical comedy in two 

acts. Book and lyrics by Tedwell 

Chapman, music by Hamish Menzies. 

[Text only] © Tedwell Chapman; Ic 

21Sep49; DU21991. 

CHAR, RENE. 
Claire, theatre de verdure. [Dix 
tableaux. Paris] Gallimard [1949] 
107 p. © Librairie Gallimard; 5Jul49; 
DP21179. 

CHARACTER loan. DU22497. SEE The 
Lone Ranger (Radio program) No. 2640- 
1865. 

CHARACTER sketches. DP22005. SEE 
Huber, Louis Joseph. 

CHARAKTERVERBESSERUNG. SEE 
Fulda, Ludwig. Improvement of 
character. DU21405. 

CHARLES Dickens' Bleak house. DU22550. 
SEE Wetzel, Robert. 

CHARLEY Gehringer, C3819. SEE 
The American Way (Radio program) 



111 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



CHARLEY Moran. C4070. SEE 
The American Way (Radio program) 

CHARLIE Johnson. DU21978. SEE 
Plainclothes Man (Television program) 
No. 4. 

CHARLIE Trippi. C4154. SEE The 
American Way (Radio program) 

CHARLIE'S boss. DU21028. SEE 
Price, Eugenia. 

CHARrOC, Shepard. 
Charlie's boss. DU21028. SEE 
Price, Eugenia. 

CHASE, ILKA. 
Your golden chance to be lovely; radio 
script. © Ilka Chase; Ic 8Jul49; 
C3845. 



CHASE, Janice C. 

Fire in the head. 

Lloyd Fremont. 



DU22614. SEE Chase, 



CHASE, LLOYD FTIEMONT. 
Fire in the head, a musical comedy in 
three acts. Suggested by an experience 
of Mr. Leo Ward. Edited by Mr. Nate 
Le Vene. © Janice C. Chase; Ic 
19Dec49; DU22614. 

CHASSIS dimensions: frames and springs. 
C4124. SEE Wilding Picture Productions, 
inc. 

CHASSIS-matched bodies. C4126. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

CHAUTAUQUA. DU21829. SEE 
McConnor, John Vincent. 



CHECK wrongs. 
Edwin George. 



DU22431. SEE Uhl, 



CHEKHOV, Anton Pavlovich. 
The cherry orchard. SEE Logan, 
Joshua. The wisteria trees. DU20948. 

CHERRY, JEANNE. 
The legend of the golden fish; continuity 
script for radio or stage. © Carl 
Cherry Foundation; Ic 10Aug49; 
DU21078. 

THE CHERRY orchard. SEE Logan, 
Joshua. The wisteria trees. DU20948. 

CHESTNUT, WILLIAM AUSTIN. 
Into this universe, a play in three acts. 
© William Austin Chestnut; Ic 21JuI49; 
DU20815. 

CHETHAM-STRODE, WARREN, 1899- 
The gleam, a play in three acts. London, 
Samuel French ltd. [1949]. 92 p. illus. 
(French's acting edition, no. 950) 
© Warren Chetham-Strode, Esq. ; 
28Jun49; DP21292. 
The guinea-pig, a play in three acts. 
London, S. French [ 1949]. 84 p. 
illus. (French's acting edition, no. 
1862) © Warren Chetham-Strode; 
3May49; DP20958. 



LE CHEVALIER et la belle. 
SEE Couprie, James. 



DU21187. 



CHEVROLET maintenance. C4179. 
Kiewit (Peter) Sons' Company. 



SEE 



CHICAGO. University. 
Company's coming. DU22420. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

CHICOINE, MARTIN JOSEPH. 
Unclaimed, a new comedy in three acts. 
© Martin J. Chicoine; Ic 16Jun49; 
DU20616. 

LE CHIEN de pique. DU22584. SEE 
Clement, Colette (Grunbaum). 



THE CHILDREN'S CHAPEL (Radio pro- 
gram) Scripts in this series are adapted 
from the Holy Bible by Robert E. A. Lee. 
© Board of Parish Education, The 
Evangelical Lutheran Church. 

50. How Saul became king. © Ic 
19Sep49; DU21576. 

51. The young king's secret. © Ic 
19Sep49; DU21575. 

52. Daniel — young statesman of courage. 
© Ic 19Sep49; DU21550. 

53. Daniel and the king's dream. © Ic 
19Sep49; DU21574. 

54. The fiery furnace. © Ic 19Sep49; 
DU21573. 

55. Gideon and the angel. © Ic 
19Sep49; DU21572. 

56. Gideon destroys the altar of Baal. 
© Ic 19Sep49; DU21571. 

57. Gideon recruits his army. © Ic 
19Sep49; DU21570. 

58. Gideon and the strange battle. © Ic 
19Sep49; DU21569. 

59. The great supper. © Ic 19Sep49; 
DU21568. 

60. The unmerciful servant. © Ic 
19Sep49; DU21567. 

61. Laborers in the vineyard. © Ic 
19Sep49; DU21566. 

62. The pearl of great price. © Ic 
19Sep49; DU21565. 

63. Queen Esther. © Ic 19Sep49; 
DU21549. 

64. Job. © Ic 19Sep49; DU21564. 

65. The coat of many colors. © Ic 
19Sep49; DU21563. 

66. Joseph sold by his brothers. © Ic 
19Sep49; DU21562. 

67. Joseph tempted. © Ic 19Sep49; 
DU21561. 

68. Joseph in prison. © Ic 19Sep49; 
DU21560. 

69. Joseph and the dreams of Pharoah. 
© Ic 19Sep49; DU21559. 

70. Preparing for famine. © Ic 19Sep49; 
DU21558. 

71 Joseph meets his brothers in 
Egypt. © Ic 19Sep49; DU21557. 

72. Joseph's brothers explain to Jacob. 
© Ic 19Sep49; DU21556. 

73. Invitation to Joseph's feast. © Ic 
19Sep49; DU21555. 

74. The finding of the silver cup. © Ic 
19Sep49; DU21554. 

75. Joseph is identified. © Ic 19Sep49; 
DU21553. 

76. Jacob goes to Egypt. © Ic 19Sep49; 
DU21552. 

77 Jacob blesses the sons of Joseph. 
© Ic 19Sep49; DU21551. 

SP-1 Be not afraid. (Passion story, 
1949) © Ic 19Sep49; DU21578. 

SP-2. Easter story. 1949. © Ic 
19Sep49; DU21577. 

THE CHILDREN'S Theatre Press. 
The three bears. DP21941. SEE 
Chorpenning, Charlotte (Barrows) 

CHILE. DU21589. SEE 
Boyles, Raymond James. 

A CHILL on the wind. DU21029. SEE 
Gibbons, Edward William. 

CHIPMAN. Nettie Myra. 
Little white way. DU222 77. SEE 
Reinherz, Leona Gosman. 

CHIPP, Elinor. 
The honor and the glory. SEE One-act 
plays for stage and study. AA 136 700. 

THE CHISELING countess. DU22504. 
SEE The Green Hornet (Radio program) 
No. 976 



DER CHOIZER bitshove. 
Levinson, Selig Jacob. 



SEE 



CHORDAS, Nina. 
Echo of the past. 
Rudin, Vladimir. 



DU22402. SEE 



THE CHORD. DU21341. SEE 
Mansure, Irene. 



CHORPENNING, CHARLOTTE (BARROWS). 

The glorious whitewasher, adapted fo" 
television by Charlotte B. Chorpenning 
from "The adventures of Tom Sawyer' by 
Samuel L. Clemens. ©Grant Sandberg 
Productions; Ic 18Nov49; DU22221. 

Marco Polo and the drum of Ahmad, a 
play in three acts. © Charlotte Barrows 
Chorpenning; Ic lAug49; DU20951. 

A pirate bold to be, adapted for television 
by Charlotte B. Chorpenning from "The 
Adventures of Tom Sawyer" by Samuel 
L. Clemens. ® Grant Sandberg Produc- 
tions; Ic 18Nov49; DU22222. 

Seeking the buried treasure, adapted for 
television by Charlotte B. Chorpenning 
from "The adventures of Tom Sawyer' 
by Samuel L. Clemens. © Grant Sand- 
berg Productions, Ic 18Nov49; DU22223. 

The three bears [a play in three acts] 
Anchorage, Ky. , Children's Theatre 
Press, cl949. 50 p. illus. © The 
Children's Theatre Press; 280ct49; 
DP21941. 

LE CHRIST en veston. DU21184. SEE 
NoS, Yvan. 

CHRISTIE, Joseph, pseud. SEE 
George, James Christie. 

THE CHRISTIES. DP22126. SEE Ervine, 
St. John Greer. 

A CHRISTMAS carol. SEE 
Foss, Kenelm. DP20658. 
Maddox, M. Fern. DU22282. 
Oberg, Earl White. C4178. 

A CHRISTMAS dream. DP22533. SEE 
Raunsholm, Peter Lasse Georg. 

CHRISTMAS in ninety-nine words. DP21905. 
SEE Fisher, Aileen Lucia. 

CHRISTMAS in the toy shop. DP20597. 
SEE Poovey, William Arthur. 

CHRISTMAS on Main Street. DP21843. 
SEE Draper, Walt. 

THE CHRISTMAS story. DP21189. SEE 
Whittier, Phoebe. 

A CHRISTMAS street scene. DP20674. 
SEE Grafke, Elsie. 

CHRISTOPHER, John, pseud. SEE Dunn, 
Claude Cobbs. 

CHRISTOPHER, JOHN DAVID. 
Assignment: life. A play in two acts and 
ten scenes. © John David Christopher; 
Ic 25Jul49; DU20878. 

CHRYSLER Corporation. Plymouth 
Division. 

The case of Tommy Tucker. DU21691. 

SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Let's have a fight. C3986. SEE Wilding, 

Picture Productions, inc. 

CHUBBY cherub. C3876. SEE Here's 
Heidy (Radio program) May 15, 1949. 

CHUM, the chipmunk. DU20763. SEE 
Here's Heidy (Radio program) Mar. 20, 
1949. 

THE CHUMP or the champ. DU21692. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

IL CIELO fe rosso. SEE Taub, Harold 
Jaediker. The sky is red. DU22094. 

CINDERELLA and Prince Charming. C4010. 
SEE Ostrander, Robert Malcolm. 

CINDERELLA -dream. DU20907. SEE 
Shapleigh, Rachel Mary Jane. 



/ 



112 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



THE CINDERELLA show. 
Edelmann, Norman J. 



C3929. SEE 



CINNAMON Rose. DU21742. SEE 
Despouey, Rene Arturo. 

CIRCUMSTANCES. DU22578. SEE 
Perlmutter, Sholom J. 

CIRCUS guy. DU20767. SEE 
Here's Heidy (Radio program) 
May 1, 1949. 

CITIZEN of the world. DU21039. SEE 
Corwin, Norman. 

CITRON. SAMUEL JOSEPH. 
Maccabee-- 1948. (Headline parade, a 
dramatization of current events of 
Jewish interest, v. 3, no. 4, Dec. 21, 
1948) © Jewish Education Committee 
of New York, inc. ; 21Dec48; DP20630. 

CLAIM jumpers. DU21250. SEE 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 
No. 2598-1823. 

CLAIRE. DP21179. SEE Char, Rene. 

CLAPP, JOHN MANTLE. 

Paragraphs and paragraph groups. A 
lecture published by National Electric- 
al Manufacturers Association] © John 
Mantle Clapp; Ic 20Jul49; C3894. 

Punctuation marks. [Lecture] © John 
Mantle Clapp; Ic 20Jul49; C3893. 

CLARABELLE'S mortgage. DU22294. 
SEE The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 
No. 2632-1857. 

CLARENCE Day's Life with mother. 
DP21542. SEE Lindsay, Howard. 

CLARISSA. DU22100. SEE 
Actor's Studio ^(Television program) 
No. 40. 

CLARK, Candee. SEE Clark, Eliot 
Candee. 



CLARK, Edward. 
Play out the play. DU20877. 
Clark, Janet Elsie. 



SEE 



CLARK, Eliot Candee. 
Peace and plenty. DU21025. SEE 
Clark, Margaret Winslow Fowler. 

CLARK, JANET ELSIE. 
Play out the play, a three-act comedy 
drama by Janet and Edward Clark. 
© Janet Clark, Edward Clark; Ic 
25Jul49; DU20877. 

CLARK, JOHN BIGELOW. 
The gym, a play in three acts. 
© John B. Clark; Ic 22Aug49; on revi- 
sions; DU21264. Prev. reg. "The 
fools of loss"; 26Jun40; DU70597. 

CLARK, JOHN LESTER. 
Famous Jury Trials. SEE Famous 

Jury Trials (Television program) 
Plainclothes Man. SEE Plainclothes 

Man (Television program) 
Polly calling. C3949. SEE 

Clark, Pauline Rosanna. 

CLARK, MARGARET WINSLOW FOWLER. 
Peace and plenty, a comedy in three 
acts by Winslow Fowler and Candee 
Clark. © Margaret Winslow Fowler 
Clark, Eliot Candee Clark; Ic 
8Aug49; DU21025. 

CLARK, PAULINE ROSANNA. 
Polly calling, television audition script 
by Pauline Rosanna Clark and John 
Lester Clark. © Pauline Rosanna 
Clark; Ic 15Jul49; C3949. 

CLARK, Perry, pseud. SEE Sergei, 
Christopher. 



CLARKE fRobert E. ) and Associates, inc. 
SEE The Adventures of Princess Pet 
(Radio program) 

THE CLASS Week adventure. DU21299. 
SEE The Adventures of Frank Merri- 
well (Radio program) No. 140. 

CLAUDEL, PAUL. 
Partage de midi, nouvelle version pour 
la scfene. [Paris] Gallimard [1949]. 
242 p. © Librairie Gallimard; 
5Jul49; DP21180. 

CLAUSEN, SVEN. 
Paladsrevolution, komedie i 4 akter. 
[2. udg. ] Kobenhavn, Gyldendal, 1948. 
125 p. © Gyldendalske Boghandel 
Nordisk Forlag A/S. 8Sep49; DP22642. 

CLAVEL, MAURICE. 
La terrasse de midi [pifece en] trois 
actes. [Paris] Gallimard [1949]. 
154 p. © Librairie Gallimard; 30May49; 
DP22088. 

CLAVIS, George, pseud. SEE 
Abrams, Louis Enard. 

CLAY, DAVID M. 
A letter home, a television program. 
Acting version with explanatory preface. 
© David M. Clay; Ic 17Aug49; DU21114. 

THE CLAYTON mine. DU20865. SEE The 
Lone Ranger (Radio program) No. 2583- 
1808. 

CLEAR conscience. DU22381. SEE Dr. 
Christian (Radio program) No. 579. 

CLEMENS, JAMES R. 
Yay Springdalel An operetta in two acts, 
by James R. Clemens and Rod Johnston. 
© James R. Clemens, Rod Johnston; 
27Sep49; DP22251. 



CLEMENS, Richard, pseud. 
Migliaccio, Almo Claudio. 



SEE 



CLEMENS, Samuel Langhorne. 
The adventures of Tom Sawyer. SEE 
Chorpenning, Charlotte (Barrows). 
The glorious whitewasher. DU22221. 
A pirate bold to be. DU22222. 
Seeking the buried treasure. DU22223. 
Huckleberry Fmn. DU22095. SEE 
Adams, Robert Neal. 

CLEMENT, COLETTE (GRUNBAUM). 
Le chien de pique, comedie en trois 
actes, par Constance Coline [pseud. ] 
© Constance Colline; Ic 29Nov49; 
DU22584. 

CLEWELL, GEORGE LIVINGSTON. 
The professional question box. [Radio 
script] © Livingston Clewell; Ic 
16Aug49; C4041. 

CLIFT, DENISON HALLEY. 
Rayhanah, an Oriental tale in three acts, 
with music and ballet. [Text only] 
© Denison Clift; Ic 26Aug49; DU21213. 

CLIVE of India. DP20809. SEE Lipscomb, 
William Percy. 

A CLOD of dirt. DU20919. SEE Winter, 
Opal Irene. 

CLOSE isn't closed. C3908. SEE 
Lee, Raymond E. 

THE CLOSING door. DU21113. SEE Knox, 
Alexander. 

CLOUD of darkness. DU21926. SEE 
Frankel, Herbert. 

CLOUDBURST. DU21191. SEE Dr. 
Christian (Radio program) No. 563. 

CLOUDED majesty. DU20779. SEE 
Hilliard, Frank. 



THE CLOWN. DU22611. SEE Walker, 
Winifred Gertrude. 

THE CLOWN who ran away. DP22298. 
SEE Seller. Conrad. 

COALS of fire. DP22234. SEE Ristow, 
William Louis. 

THE COAT of many colprs. DU21563. 
SEE The Children's Chapel (Radio pro- 
gram) No. 65. 

COCA-COLA COMPANY. 
Front and center; recording script. 

© The Coca-Cola Co. ; Ic 260ct49; 

C4185. 
Here's how. C3861. SEE Handy (Jam) 

Organization, inc. 
It's got to be sold. C3862. SEE Handy 

(Jam) Organization, inc. 
A matter of degrees; recording script. 

© The Coca-Cola Co. ; Ic 3Nov49; 

C4198. 
Undercover man. [Film script] © The 

Coca-Cola Co.; Ic 12Sep49; C4080. 
What's in it? (Meeting no. 3, Profit) 

Recording script for sound slidefilm. 

© The Coca-Cola Co. ; Ic 5Jul49; C3823. 
The woman in your life. [Film script] 

© The Coca-Cola Co. ; Ic 12Sep49; 

C4079. 

COCHRAN, HOWE PRESTON. 
The law be an ass; a ballet in three acts. 
© Howe Preston Cochran; Ic 30Jun49; 
DU20602. 

COCHRAN, MARY BLAIR. 
You have to be born there, a play about 
Kentucky, in three acts. © Mrs. 
Mary Blair Cochran; Ic 26Sep49; 
DU21523. 

THE COCK of the walk. DU22461. SEE 
Hackett, Francis. 

COCO de France. AF10864. SEE 
Delhaye de Marnyhac, Therfese. 

COCTEAU, JEAN. 
Les parents terribles. An English trans- 
lation by Frederica Edelman of Jean 
Cocteau's play in three acts. 
© Frederica Edelman; Ic 18May49; 
DU21043. 
Le sang d'un pofete. SEE Le sang d'un 
pofete (Motion picture) The blood of 
a poet. A38386. 

COHAN, George Michael. 
The Farrell case. SEE One-act plays for 
stage and study. AAl 36700. 

COHEN, DORIS BUGATCH. 
The toy shop, a musical play in two acts 
for children at Chanukah time. Written 
for the Beth Tfiloh Day School. Lyrics 
by Doris B. Cohen. Music by Laenu 
Adelilah Greenberg. © Laenu Adelilah 
Greenberg, Doris Bugatch Cohen; Ic 
27Dec49; DU22681. 

COHEN, ROBERT. 
You are the jury, a television show con- 
ceived and originated by Robert Cohen 
and Alvin Greenwald. [Sample script] 
© Alvin G. Greenwald, Robert Cohen; 
Ic 15Aug49; DU21086. 

COLE, Joseph H. 
Chassis-matched bodies. C4126. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Do you want more birds. DU22555. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
ECA means business! DU22425. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
For those who serve. DU20707. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Found money. DU21265. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 
Heart of the home. DU21269. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 



113 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



COLE, Joseph H. Cont'd. 
International L-line trucks; front axles 

and steering. C4303, C4128. SfiE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
International's L-line trucks. C4129. 

SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
$ales from $ervice. DU20709. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Under the hood. C4299. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 

COLEMAN, PATRICIA. 
Recurrent dream, a comedy in three acts 
© Patricia Coleman; Ic 13Dec49; 
DU22514. 

COLES, STEDMAN. 
Avenue A — U. S. A. ; a new half-hour 
show for radio and television. [Sample 
script] © Stedman Coles; Ic lAug49; 
DU21044. 

COLEY, THOMAS LUTHER. 
The happiest years, a comedy in three 
acts, by Thomas Coley and William 
Roerick. New York, S. French ["1949]. 
125 p. illus. © Thomas Coley, William 
Roerick; 60ct49; DP21839. Prev. reg. 
23Apr49; DU14574. 

COLFER, WILLIAM ARTHUR. 
Last will and testament, a comedy in 
three acts. © William A. Colfer; Ic 
5Aug49; DU20990. 

COLFORD, Jack, pseud. SEE Schaack, 
Jack Francis. 

COLIHAN, JOSEPH PAUL. 
Crack that safe; radio quiz. © Joseph 
Paul Colihan; Ic 7Nov49; DU22041. 

COLINE, Constance, pseud. SEE 
Clement, Colette (Grunbaum) 

COLLECTOR'S item. DP20927. SEE 
Spence, Wall. 

COLLEGE is terrific. DP21452. SEE 
Goetz, Austin. 

COLLEGE man. DU22532. SEE Kelly, 
William Clemon. 



COLLEGE masquerade. DP22039. 
Donovan, Alice D. 



SEE 



COLLINE, Constance. SEE Clement, 
Colette (Grunbaum) 

COLLINS, DENNIS. 
The deceiver, a one-act play. © Dennis 

Collins; Ic 26Jul49; DU20873. 
Jack's Gorgon, a three-act play. 

©Dennis Collins; Ic 26Aug49; DU21207 



THE COLONEL takes over. 
SEE Richard, Robert. 



DU22547. 



THE COLOR wheel. DU22309. 
Crouch, Jack Herbert. 



SEE 



COLUMBIA Broadcasting System, inc. 
Citizen of the world. DU21039. SEE 

Corwin, Norman. 
Leave it to Joan (Radio program) 
Let's pretend (Radio program) 
You are there (Radio program) 

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY. 
VD radio project of Columbia University 
and the U. S. Public Health Service. 
Program. © Columbia University Press. 
Baby and me, by Ben Kagan. © Ic 

27Dec49; DU22690. 
The ballad of the man of steel, by Ben 

Kagan. © Ic 27Dec49; DU22694. 
Big deal, by Ben Kagan. © Ic 27Dec49; 

DU22692. 
It never dawned on me, by Erik Barnouw. 

© Ic 27Dec49; DU22693. 
The prodigal son, by Alan Lomax. © Ic 

27Dec49; DU22691. 
Trouble is my middle name, by Alan 
Lomax. © Ic 27Dec49; DU22689. 



COMBATING corrosion with the metal from 
the sea. C3919. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

COME back on Tuesday. DU20874, 
DU21650. SEE Hunter, Ruth. 

COME walk with me. DU22099. SEE 
Warren, Ruth I. 

COME with me, Joanna. DU22175. SEE 
Haas, Lee Dale. 

COMEDY at Tarnavfeg. DU21448. SEE 
Biro, Lajos. 

COMIN' round the mountain. DP21370. 
SEE St. Clair, Robert. 

THE COMING of Ulysses. DP22208. SEE 
Dorf, Philip. 

COMMENCEMENT. DU20781. SEE 
Peery, Beverly Hamer. 

THE COMMENSURATE circle, squared. 
C3866. SEE Maier, George E. 

COMMUNITY Fund of Chicago, inc. 
Easy payments. DU21271. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

COMPANY'S coming. DU22420. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

THE COMPARISON test. C4018. SEE 
King, Charles Evan. 

THE COMPOSITION. DU22518. SEE 
Aldrich Family (Radio program) No. 
513. 

COMRADE darling. DU21597. SEE 
Wilmot, Walter Robert. 

CONDEMNED man's return. DU21533. 
SEE The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 
No. 2610-1835. 

CONFERENCE with Portia. DU21333, 
DU22135. SEE Richter, Muriel E. 

CONKLE, ELLSWORTH PROUTY. 
Incident at Eureka Bumps. SEE One- 
act plays for stage and study. 
AA136700. 
Way down in the Paw -Paw Patch, a 
murder play in six episodes. 
© Ellsworth P. Conkle; Ic 8Jul49; 
DU20668. 

CONNELL, Howard. SEE 
Stop the Music. (Radio program) 
Stop the Music. (Television program) 

CONNER, EVELYN SAXTON. 
John steps askew, a comedy drama in 
four acts and eight scenes. © Mrs. 
Evelyn Saxton Conner; Ic 140ct49; 
DU21774. 

THE CONQUISTADOR. DU21103. SEE 
Kamile, Coleman. 

CONRAD, Carl, pseud. SEE Kelemen, 
Paul Gordon Stev. 

CONSUMER economics and the educational 
and religious pattern. C4243. SEE 
Bernard, Edward. A world to be, no. 5. 

CONTI, Elizabeth, pseud. SEE 
Von Kameniczky, Elizabeth Wellman. 

CONTINENTAL Illinois National Bank and 
Trust Company of Chicago. 
So you have to write letters. DU22419. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

CONTRACTS to murder. DU2I246. SEE 
The Green Hornet (Radio program) 
No. 962. 

COOK, MERCER HUGHES. 
Ares no. 5; a seriaus comedy in three 



acts. © Mercer Cook; Ic 26Jul49; 
DU20880. 
My brother, the fool (Mon frfere, le fou); 
a comedy in three acts. © Mercer Cook; 
Ic 14Sep49; DU21377. 

COOKING without recipe. C4325. SEE 
Robkin, Simon. 

COOLERATOR Company. 
Something new in freezers. DU21694. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

COOPER, Mary Jane, pseud. SEE 
Shapleigh, Rachel Mary Jane. 

COOPERSTEIN, EDWIN. 
Small party; television audition script. 
© Edwin Cooperstein; Ic 19Sep49; 
DU21466. 

COPELAND, Jack Louis. 
Big Mike plays Santa Claus. DU21484. 
SEE Seely, John. 

COPPER Gulch patrol. DU22503. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
No. 716. 



COR cordium. DU21129. 
Firman Andrews. 

CORAL reef. DU21320. 
Belgrade, David. 



SEE Houghton, 



SEE 



CORBETT, MARGARET DARST. 
Margaret D. Corbett School of Eye 
Education Training course for teachers. 
© Mrs. Margaret Darst Corbett; Ic 
18Jul49; C3891. 



CORBETT, Stratford. 
Model husband. DU21992. 
Rita. 



SEE LaRoy. 



CORD, DON ORLANDO. 
The elevator man, a play in two acts 
with a prologue, by Don Orlando Cord 
and Shirl Hendryx. © Don Orlando 
Cord, Shirl Hendryx; Ic 28Nov49; 
DU22310. 

CORDREY, JOHN DA.VID. 
A scandal in Manhattan, a comedy in 
three acts. © John David Cordrey; Ic 
30ct49; DU21643. 

CORNEILLE, PIERRE, supposed author. 
La mort de Solon, pifece attribuee par 
Elizabeth M. Eraser ci Pierre Corneille. 
Paris, L'editeur [1949]. 135 p. 
facsims. ® Elizabeth M. Fraser; 
12May49; DP20735. 

CORNELL, Evelyn Levin. 
The jackal. DU21875. SEE Howard, 
Sallie. 

CORNELL, Helen Kingstead. 
Elsie did it. DU20712. SEE Hartryce, 
Jean. 

CORNER Betty Leonard. C3932. SEE 
Leonard, Jack. 

THE CORNER drug store. DU21709. 
SEE Rockwell, Willard Miller. 



CORNER of God. DU21624. 
Adelman, Louis C. 



SEE 



CORWIN, NORMAN. 
Citizen of the world, a CBS documentary 
unit production, July 10, 1949. 
© Norman Corwin; Ic 8Aug49; DU21039. 

CORY, CLARY J. 
Monte Miser's change of heart; Community 
Chest show script by Mrs. Harlan Cory. 
© Junior League of Great Falls, inc. 
Ic 10Jun49; DU20591. 

CORY, Mrs. Harlan. SEE Cory, Clary J. 



114 



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COSTELUD. DU22701. SEE Hanlon, 
Robert Westervelt. 

THE COTTINGHAM'S last Banshee. 
DP22112. SEE Wilson, Francis. 

THE COTTONWOODS. DP21514. SEE 
Ragg, Louis Gladstone. 

COUGHLIN, Robert T. 
Broadway bound. DU20671. SEE 
LaMarre, Howard Pierre. 

COULEUR du temps. DP21182. SEE 
ApoUinaire, Guillaume. 

COUNCIL on Atomic Implications, inc. 
Your atomic world. SEE Gotlieb, 
Albert. 

COUNT and collect. C3832. SEE 
Bass, Walter Allen. 

COUNTER -SPY ^adio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Phillips H. 
Lord, inc. © Phillips H. Lord, inc. 

399. Aug. 16, 1949. Case of the 
wondering watchdog. © Ic 23Aug49; 
DU21154. 

THE COUNTRY girl. DU21826. SEE 
Odets, Clifford. 

A COUPLE OF JOES (Television program) 
Scripts in this series are by various au- 
thors. © World Video, inc. 

4. Aug. 26, 1949. By Alan Kent. © Ic 
16Sep49; DU21424. 

5. Sept. 9, 1949. By Oliver W. Nicoll. 
© Ic 16Sep49; DU21425. 

COUPRIE, JAMES. 
Le chevalier et la belle, drame en 
quatre actes. © James Couprie; Ic 
8Aug49; DU21187. 

COURAGEOUS women. C4110. SEE 
Behrman, Chester Theodore. 

COVER story. DU21206. SEE Carroll, 
Charles Gordon. 

COVERED wagon robbery. DU22013. 
SEE The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 
No. 2622-1847. 

COWAN, Edward Malott. 
The morning is here. DU20720. SEE 
Jensen, Eileen Stith. 

COWAN (Louis G. ) inc. SEE 
The Pet Shop (Television program) 
R. F. D. America (Radio program) 
R. F. D. America (Television progra^nj 
Stop the Music (Radio program) 
Stop the Music (Television program) 

COWARD, NOEL PIERCE. 

Present laughter, a light comedy in 
three acts. [Acting ed. ] New York, 
S. French [1949). 107 p. illus. 
© Noel Coward; 23Nov49; DP22471. 
Prev. reg. 29Apr43; DP6405. 

COX, CONSTANCE. 
Georgia story, a play in three acts. 
© Constance Cox; Ic llAug49; DU21075. 

COX and Tanz Advertising Agency. 
Strike it lucky. DU22009. SEE 
Tanz, Eugene R. 

COXE, LOUIS OSBORNE. 
Billy Budd, a play in three acts by 
Louis O. Coxe and R. H. Chapman. 
Adapted from the novel "Billy Budd, 
foretopman" by Herman Melville. 
© Louis O. Coxe, Robert H. Chapman; 
Ic 20Jul49; on revisions; DU20814. 
Prev. reg. "Uniform of flesh"; 
31Aug49; DU1936. 



CRACK that safe. DU22041. SEE 
Colihan, Joseph Paul. 

THE CRACKERBARREL. DP21230. SEE 
Bradley, Wesley. 

CRADLE troubadour. DP21896. SEE 
Stewart, Dorothy Rood. 

CRAIG'S wife. DP21842. SEE Kelly, 
George Edward. 

CRAM, Stewart M. 
How to turn chrome into silver. DU20703. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

CRANE, BURTON. 
Mister Faustus, a comedy in three acts. 
© Burton Crane; Ic 15Jul49; DU20746. 

CRANE, Paul, pseud. SEE Selig, 
Herbert. 

CRAVEN, Frank. 
The little stranger. SEE One -act plays 
for stage and study. AA136700. 

CRAWFORD, GEORGINA POPPLETON. 
The gay counterfeit, a comedy in three 
acts. © Georgina P. Crawford; Ic 
27Sep49; DU21579. 

CRAWFORD, OPAL NANCY GUY. 
The fathers of Charlcia, a play in three 
acts. © Opal Nancy Guy Crawford; Ic 
14Nov49; DU22339. 

CRAZY house. SEE Krinn, George. 
Case of the sleeping beauty. DU22347. 

CREATION. C3890. SEE Stephens, B. F. 

THE CREATIVE hour. C4213. SEE 
Darling, Marguerite V. Myers. 

CRIME peninsula. DU21478, DU22021. 
SEE The Green Hornet (Radio program) 
No. 966, 968. 

CRISLER, CAROL MARCELLA. 
Saga of Santa Monica, a pageant in three 
acts. © Carol Crisler; Ic 19Aug49; 
DU21132. 

CRISPUS Attucks. SEE Pawley, 
Thomas Desire. Experimental produc- 
tions of a group of original plays. DU21040. 

CRITES, LUCILE. 
A light in my window, a Christmas 
pageant. Book and lyrics by Lucile 
Crites, music composed and arranged 
by Roger C. Wilson. Dayton, Ohio, 
Lorenz Pub. Co., cl949. 24 p. 
© Lorenz Pub. Co. ; 16Jun49; DP20586. 

CRITES, MARION H. 
Leave it to mother, a comedy drama in 
one act, by Marion H. Crites and Helen 
Rovene Loewenthal. Minneapolis, 
Northwestern Press, cl949. 29 p. 
© The Northwestern Press; 15Sep49; 
DP21508. 

THE CRITIC'S award. DP12042. SEE 
Stark, Fred. 

CROMPTON, George. 
Interplanetary navigation, a lecture. 
© George Crompton, Jr. ; Ic 22Nov49; 
C4258. 

CROSBY, GERTRUDE VOLZ. 
Lizzie, a play in three acts with prologue 
and epilogue. © Gertrude Volz Crosby; 
Ic 130ct49; DU21735. 

CROSLEY Broadcasting Corporation. 
Courageous women. C4110. SEE 

Behrman, Chester Theodore. 
Dixieland limited. C4076. SEE 

Behrman, Chester Theodore. 
Family time. C3835. SEE 

Behrman, Chester Theodore. 



Hello girls. C4246. SEE 

Behrman, Chester Theodore. 
J. Smith, detective. DU21888. SEE 

Jay, Verne. 
Melody trail. C3809. SEE 

Jay, Verne. 
Morning stars. C3808. SEE 

Halloran, Jack. 
Roundup stars. C4075. SEE 

Behrman, Chester Theodore. 
Your town. C3807. SEE 

Behrman, Chester Theodore. 

CROSS currents. DU21423, DU22367. 
SEE Chamberlain, Lowell Colby. 

CROUCH, JACK HERBERT. 
The color wheel, a play in three acts, by 
J. H. Crouch and H. F. Salerno. 
© Henry Frank Salerno, Jack Herbert 
Crouch; Ic 28Nov49; DU22309. 

GROUSE, Russel. 
Life with mother. SEE 
The Burns Mantle best plays of 1948-49. 

AA132040. 
Lindsay, Howard. Clarence Days 
Life with mother. DP21542. 

CROWELL, WILLIAM CONKLIN. 
Brook Farm, an historical play in 
three acts. © William Conklin Crowell; 
Ic 8Aug49; DU21026. 

CROWN Publishers. 
Twenty-five best plays of the modern 
American theatre. A34319. SEE 
Gassner, John. 

CROZIER. Eric. 
Let's make an opera! DP22252. SEE 

Britten, Benjamin. 
The little sweep. DP20584, DP22623. 

SEE Britten, Benjamin. 

CRUTCHFIELD, Henry W. SEE Nick 
Carter, Master Detective (Radio pro- 
gram) 

CRY of the peacock. DU22325. SEE 
Anouilh, Jean. 

CRY, the beloved country. SEE Anderson, 
Maxwell. Lost in the stars. DU22142. 

A CUCUMBER patch on Broadway. 
DU21260. SEE Porter, Rose Albert. 

THE CULTURE club. DP21414. SEE 
Hadley, Harry L. 

THE CUMBERLAND trace. DU21730. 
SEE Morris, Stephen Vincent. 

CUNNINGHAM. WILLIAM EVERETT. 
Camptown races— a square dance. (Call 
and instructions] © William E. 
Cunningham; Ic 5Dec49; DU22356. 

A CUP of clay. DP22375. SEE Newell, 
Martha Hill. 

CURLY and Candy, the cowhands. DU21074. 
SEE Hunt, Gale Borden. 

CURRENT electricity. C4000. SEE 
Gorder, Leslie Orlando. Transpondence 
course EE-4. 



CURSE of drink. DU20881. 
Blaney, Charles Edward. 



SEE 



CURTIS, MYRL LEE. 
Oral survey for determining supervisory 
training needs and recommended pro- 
gram of supervisory training. [Report] 
© Myrl Lee Curtis; Ic 19Sep49; 
C4088. 

CUSHMAN, ROBERT HERMAN. 
New York; screenplay for an experimental 
two reel motion picture. © Robert H. 
Cushman; Ic 26Sep49; DU21581. 



115 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE CUTTER'S guide. C3831. SEE 
Halpern, Jack. 

CY Young. C4069. SEE The American 
Way (Radio program) 

CYNTHIA. DU20818. SEE Srail, 
George William. 



D as in dog. DU21724. SEE First 
Nighter (Radio program) Aug. 18, 1949. 

DC generators. C4059. SEE Gorder, 
Leslie Orlando. Transpondence course 
EE, no. 19. 

DC motors. C4262. SEE Gorder, 
Leslie Orlando. Transpondence course 
EE-20. 

D-8 lubrication. C4181. SEE Kiewit 
(Peter) Sons' Company. 

D-8 maintenance. C4180 SEE 
Kiewit (Peter) Sons' Company. 

DALE, Ruth, pseud. SEE Wilson, Ira 
Bishop. 

DALLAS, MEREDITH EUGENE. 
Ella called Cinder, a fairy story for 
children in two acts. © Meredith 
Dallas; Ic 15Aug49; DU21102. 

DALLWIG, George Arthur. 
At Sadie's. DU21081. SEE Freeman, 
Lea David. 

DALTON, HELEN DRUCILLA. 
The adventures ff Bric-el-de-bric, the 
magic donkey; a play in two acts. 
[5 leaves] © Helen Drucilla Dalton; 
Ic 310ct49; DU22341. 

THE DALTON gang. DU21668. SEE 
Kurtz, Russell Wilkinson. 

DALY, J. LANGDON, 
Songs of tomorrow, a television format. 
© J. Langdon Daly; Ic 270ct49; 
DU22393. 

DALY, Maureen. 
Seventeenth summer. DP21439. SEE 
Martens, Anne (Coulter) 

DAMIEN. DU22242, DU22243. SEE 
Kneubuhl, John A. 

DAMMAN-DUBOIS, SUZANNE. 
Lueurs entre les ombres; ou, Ce 
printemps — la ne vint jamais. Une 
pifece en cinq actes de Nordy [pseud. ] 
® Suzanne Damman-Dubois; Ic 
7Nov49; DU22101. 



DAMSEL fair. DU21354. 
Vivian Muriel Nunn. 



SEE Shaffer, 



DAN rides freight. DU20851. SEE 
The Lone Ranger {Radio program) 
No. 2569-1794. 

DANCE at Caribou Creek. DU22500. 
SEE Challenge of the Yukon (Radio pro- 
gram) No. 713. 

DANE, Dudley, pseud, SEE Bisch, 
Louis Edward. 

DANE, Fabienne, pseud. SEE 
Bisch, Henriette Blanche. 



DANGER -- Willie at work. 
SEE Kotzger, Harold. 



DP21434. 



DANGEROUS age for Ellen. DU21454. 
SEE Dr. Christian (Radio program) 
No. 566. 



DANIEL and the king's dream. DU21574. 
SEE The Children's Chapel (Radio 
program) No. 53. 

DANIEL — young statesman of courage. 
DU21550. SEE The Children's Chapel 
(Radio program) No. 52. 

DANIELS. Norman A. SEE Nick Carter, 
Master Detective (Radio program) 

DANNY Ross. DU22519. SEE Famous 
Jury Trials (Television program) No. 9. 

DARE, Debby. SEE Reinherz, Leona 
Go s man. 

DARGIN, DAVID. 
Box-office, a new comedy in three acts. 
© David Dargin; Ic lJul49; DU20604. 

THE DARK corner. SEE Nagel, Lyda. 
Strictly feminine. DP20655. 

DARK journey. DU20789. SEE First 
Nighter (Radio program) Mar. 24, 1949. 

DARK return. DP21417. SEE Ready, 
Stuart. 



THE DARK way. DU20659. 
Dermer, Joseph. 



SEE 



THE DARKNESS within. DU21372 
SEE Egan, William. 

DARLING, MARGUERITE V. MYERS. 
The creative hour; radio script no. 10, 
Oct. 6, 1939, Includes an address 
presented on the program by Eurith T. 
Rebasz. ©Mrs. Marguerite V. 
Myers Darling; Ic 250ct49; C4213. 

DARLING of the desert. DU21373. 
SEE Miller, Stanley Arthur. 

DARNEILLE, FRANK. 
Captain Tonti, a romantic comedy in four 
acts. Springfield, 111., cl949. 79 p. 
© Frank Darneille; 21Sep49; DP21513. 

DARRELL, BRONWEN. 

Nix on the fiddle; a comedy in three acts, 
with incidental songs and music, 
written by Molly Glessing [pseud. ] 
Text only. © Bronwen Darrell; Ic 
240ct49; DU22085. 

The slender line, a mystery drama in 
three acts by Molly Glessing [pseud. ] 
© Bronwen Darrell; Ic 13Dec49; 
DU22539. 

DASHE, ADELE DANE. 
It happens every Christmasl A screen- 
play. © Adele D. Dashe; Ic 29Aug49; 
DU21203. 

A DATE with a dream. DU21685. SEE 
Wiere, Harry Vetter. 

DAUGHERTY, MARY. 
Three damsels and a dam [a comedy in 
three acts] New York, Longmans, 
Green [1949]. 119 p. (Longmans' 
play series) © Longmans, Green & 
Co., inc.; 23Nov49; DP22297. 



THE DAVE Burns story. 
Greiff, Ira. 



DU21376. SEE 



DAVENPORT, GWEN. 

The April fool, a comedy in three acts. 
© Gwen Davenport; Ic 22Jun49; 
DU20823. 

Belvedere, a comedy in three acts. New 
York, S. French [1949]. 115 p. illus. 
"Stage version of. . . motion picture 
'Sitting pretty' ". © Gwen Davenport; 
23Sep49; DP21846. Prev. reg. "Squat- 
ters rights;" 21Dec44; DU91775. 

DAVENPORT, John Byrne. 
Dream house. DU21663. SEE White, 
Robertson Grubb. 



DAVID, Richard, pseud. SEE 
Tunick, Irve. 

DAVIDSON, Caroline F. 
No place to park. DP21854. SEE 
Davidson, William Fuson. 

DAVIDSON, WILLIAM FUSON. 
No place to park, a comedy in three 
acts. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 
[1949]. 89 p. illus. © William F. 
Davidson, Caroline F. Davidson; 
210ct49; DP21854. 

DAVIS, Ann Irene. SEE 
The Adventures of Cyclone Malone 
(Television program) 

DAVIS, CLAIRE H. 

Diary of Claire Read, the first of a 
series of plays for television, by 
Claire Read [pseud. ) © Claire H. 
Davis; Ic 12Dec49; DU22465. 

You name it; script and format for 
television, radio, stage, screen, 
musical compositions, and musical 
shows by Clare Read [pseud. ] and 
Estelle Morando. © Claire H. 
Davis; Ic 27Sep49; CU21580. 

DAVIS, Dothea, pseud. SEE 
Fisher, Grace Dothea. 



DAVIS, Edward Henry. 
Out of this world. DU21521. 
Bernstein, Bette Rea. 



SEE 



DAVIS, SAUL CHARLES. 
A seat on the moon, a new play in five 
scenes. © Saul Charles Davis; Ic 
19Jul49; DU20808. 

DAVIS, WALLACE MARTIN. 
As long as the grass grows, a community 
pageant-drama by Wallace Martin Davis 
and Bert Hansen. Presented and spon- 
sored by the Missoula Kiwanis Club 
and the Selfish Tribe of Indians, and 
produced with the assistance of the 
Public Service Division, Montana State 
University. © Missoula Kiwanis Club, 
inc. ; lSep49; DP21441. 

DAWSON, DAVID PHILIP. 
The money player, a dramatic sketch. 
© David Philip Dawson; Ic 5Dec49; 
DU22364. 

DAWSON, JOHN HAYLAND. 
Johnny on the spot. [Radio script] 
© John Hayland Dawson; Ic 10Nov49; 
C4233. 

DAWSON, MARLOW. 
Just a little Rosemary, a comedy in six 
scenes. Includes song, "Oozy moozy 
woozy baby. " © Marlow Dawson; Ic 
4Nov49; DU22003. 

DAY, Clarence. 
Life with mother. DP21542. SEE 
Lindsay, Howard. Clarence Day's 
Life with mother. 

DAY. Gerry. 
My lady, my love. DU21723. SEE 
First Nighter (Radio program) Aug. 11, 
1949. 

DAY, Katharine B. 
Life with mother. DP21542. SEE 
Lindsay, Howard. Clarence Day's 
Life with mother. 

DAY, Lillian. 
Domestic symphony. DP21402. SEE 
Braun, Wilbur. 

A DAY at the zoo. DU21319. SEE 
Dunkle, Annna Barnet. 

DAYKIN. HOWARD KENNETH. 
Belle of Paris, a play in three acts. 
© Howard Kenneth Daykin; Ic 
28Dec49; DU22687. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



DAYKIN, HOWARD KENNETH. Cont'd. 
Bonds so enduring, a play in three acts. 
© Howard Kenneth Daykin; Ic 28Dec49; 
DU22688. 

DEAD man's chest. DU22194. SEE 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) No. 
2628-1853. 

DEADLINE. DU22388. SEE The Shadow 
(Radio program) No. 388. 

A DEAL in crime. DU21158. SEE The 
Lone Ranger (Radio program) No. 2596- 
1821. 

DEAN, Basil. 
The heart of the matter. DU21823. 
SEE Greene, Graham. 

DEAN, DIXIE LOVE. 
World passport. [Radio script] 
© Dixie Love Dean; Ic 27Sep49; C4118. 

DEAR Christabel. C3963. SEE Perkins, 
Lewis Bryant. 

DEAR virtue. DU21749. SEE Blackmore, 

Madeline. 

DEARIE, you're a dreamer. DP21844. 
SEE Casey, Francis Michael. 

DEATH of a salesman. SEE The Burns 
Mantle best plays of 1948-49. AA132040. 

THE DEATH peddlers. DU21678. SEE 
The Shadow (Radio program) No. 381. 

DEATH tips the odds. DU22121. SEE 
The Shadow (Radio program) No. 382. 

DE BEER, Jean. SEE Beer, Jean de. 

DEBORAH. DU21353. SEE 
Stern, Ruth L. 

THE DECEIVER. DU20873. SEE 
Collins, Dennis. 

A DECENT birth, a happy funeral. SEE 
Saroyan, William. Don't go away mad. 
A38185. 

THE DECLINE of the Leamings. DU21131. 
SEE Timmons, David Jamison. 

DEEP waters. DU22070. SEE 
Lux Radio Theatre (Radio program) 
Sept. 12, 1949. 

DEERING, Rita Jayne. 
Sleeping princess. DP20656. SEE 
Gheon, Henri. 

DeFOREST-Sanabria Corporation. 
Transpondence course. SEE 
Gorder, Leslie Orlando. 

DeKOVEN, DAVID. 
Sing to the moon, a musical play in two 
acts. Book by David DeKoven and Henry 
Barsha, music by Walter Kent, lyrics 
by Kim Gannon. Based on an original 
story by Henry Barsha. [Text only] 
© David DeKoven, Henry Barsha; Ic 
4Nov49; on revisions; DU21999. 
Prev. reg. "The moon song"; 10Apr46- 
DU3164. 

DeKOVEN, REGINALD. 
Robin Hood, a comedy opera in three 
acts. Libretto by Harry B. Smith, 
music by Reginald DeKoven; adapters 
[of] music, John Glowacki, [of] libretto, 
Richard Rhodes. Boston,' Tricy Music 
[1949]. 209 p. © Tracy Music Library, 
inc.; 18Aug49; DP22006. 



DE LA SALLE College, 
the Christian Schools, 
the Christian Schools. 
College. 



Brothers of 
SEE Brothers of 
De La Salle 



DEL CASTILLO, ANTONIO CANOVAS. 
The merry widow, a ballet in one act 
with three scenes. Adapted from 
Franz Leber's operetta of the same 
title. [Text only] © Antonio Canovas 
Del Castillo; Ic 29Sep49; DU21598. 

DEL CASTILLO, LLOYD G. 

The elctrotones; sample radio script. 
© Lloyd G. del Castillo; Ic lSep49; 
DU21510. 

DE LEON, JACK. 
Goethe's Faust, part one. Prose stage 
version by Jack de Leon, with detailed 
production notes. London, Fortune 
Press, C1949. 176 p. illus. 
© Jack de Leon; ljun49; DP21041. 

DELHAYE DE MARNYHAC, THERESE. 

Coco de France, comedie en 3 actes 
[par] T. Trilby [pseud. ] Paris, 
Flammar ion [1949]. 96 p. (Theatre 
pour les jeunes) © Ernest Flammarion; 
16Jun49; AF10864. 

Petites filles modernes, comedie en 3 
actes [par] T. Trilby [pseud. ] Paris, 
Flammarion [1949]. 57 p. (Theatre 
pour les jeunes) © Ernest Flammarion; 
16Jun49; AF10863. 

THE DELICATE ape. DU21860. SEE 
Violette, E. M. 

THE DELINQUENT mark. DU22441. SEE 
Wendt, Catherine Kanzada. 

DE MAIN il f era jour. DP21181. SEE 
Montherlant, Henri de. 

DEMOCRACY on display. C3985. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

LA DEMOISELLE de petite vertu. 
DU22585. SEE Achard, Marcel. 

DEMONET, Jules A. 

Double-take. DU21690. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

Lincoln, with hydra-matic transmission. 
DU20695. SEE Wilding Picture Pro- 
ductions, inc. 

The meaning of "Bonus-built. " 
DU20700. SEE Wilding Picture Pro- 
ductions, inc. 

DENEH, Deneh. DU21082. SEE Selters, 
Evelyn Bump us. 

DENHAM, LILIAN. 
Elevenses, a play for five women in one 
act. London, English Theatre Guild 
[1949]. 22 p. (Guild one act library) 
© Lilian Denham; 10ct49; DP22004. 

DENISON (T. S. ) and Company. 
American citizen. DP2i634. SEE 

Provence, Jean. 
Aunty misbehaves. DP21412. SEE 

St. Clair, Robert. 
Bill's night out. DP21413. SEE 

Provence, Jean. 
College masquerade. DP22039. SEE 

Donovan, Alice D. 
Comin' round the mountain. DP21370. 

SEE St. Clair, Robert. 
The culture club. DP21414. SEE 

Hadley, Harry L. 
The fighting Fishers. DP21632. SEE 

Heenan, Barry. 
For men only. DP21760. SEE Kaser, 

Arthur LeRoy. 
The fortune hunters. DP21480. SEE 

St. Clair, Robert. 
House for sale. DP21369. SEE 

St. Clair, Robert. 
The house of vengeance. X)P21916. SEE 

St. Clair, Robert. 
It's. a date. DP21481. SEE Provence, 

Jean. 
Little sweetheart. DP21415. SEE 

Provence, Jean. 
Milly of the movies . DP21938. SEE 

St. Clair, Robert. 



My dear relatives. DP21633. SEE 

St. Clair, Robert. 
No fishing allowed. DP21915. SEE 

Kaser, Arthur LeRoy. 
Out of the darkness. DP22411. SEE 

McGreevey, John. 
Plucked peacocks. DP22040. SEE 

Provence, Jean. 
Stage struck. DP21368. SEE St. Clair, 

Robert. 
Take off your mask. DP22165. SEE 

Barbee, Lindsey. 
The television mystery. DP22181. SEE 

St. Clair, Robert. 
Unfinished business. DP21914. SEE 

St. Clair, Robert. 

DENKER, HENRY. SEE The Greatest 
Story Ever Told (Radio program) 

DENNIS and the red hat. DU21660. SEE 
Leo, Carl. 

DENVER. DU22306. SEE Temple, Norman. 

DEPICKER, EYRILLE. 

La roue de la fortune; scenario 
dialogue par Eyrille Picry [pseud. ] 
© Eyrille Depicker; Ic 22Jun49; 
DU20677. 

DePRIEST, ZOLA TAYLOR. 
If I had listened to mother, a play in 
three scenes. © Mrs. Zola Taylor 
DePriest; Ic 170ct49; DU21912. 

DERMAN, BILL. 
The life-guard, an original comedy rou- 
tine by Bill and Lou Derman. © Bill 
Derman; Ic 7Jul49; C3844. 



DERMAN, Lou. 
The life-guard. C3844. 
Bill. 



SEE Derman, 



DERMER, JOSEPH. 
Against the night, a play in three acts. 
© Joseph Dermer; Ic 27Dec49; 
DU22684. 
The dark way, a three-act play. 
© Joseph Dermer; Ic 8Jul49; DU20659. 

DESERT adventure. DU20944. SEE 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 
No. 2585-1810. 



DESERT springtime. DU20693. 
Van Ronkel Productions, inc. 



SEE 



DESIGN for a .stained glass window. 
DU21355. SEE Berney, William 
Claiborne. 



DESIRE at the crossroads. 
SEE Rolnick, Jacob. 



DU21089. 



DESPOUEY, RENE ARTURO. 
Cinnamon Rose, a tale with music in two 
parts and five scenes by Arturo 
Despouey. [Text only] © Rene Arturo 
Despouey; Ic 110Ct49; DU21742. 

DESTINATION moon. DU22590. SEE 
Pal ^George) Productions, inc. 

DETECTIVE story. SEE 
The Burns Mantle best plays of 1948-49. 

AA132040. 
Kingsley, Sidney S. DP22007. 

DEUTSCHLAND wird zertruemmert. 
C4050. SEE Prochnik, Bertha. 

THE DEVELOPMENT of the neuro- 
physical organism under environmental 
stress. C4315. SEE Gladin, Leo 
Leonard. 



THE DEVIL and the angel. DU21311. 
Kerrigna, Joseph John. 

DEVIL dance. DU20861. SEE 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 
No. 2579-1804. 



SEE 



117 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE DEVIL is a woman. DU22697. SEE 
Zimmerman, Mary Holoubek. 

DEVIL take all. DU21732. SEE 
Fowke, Helen Shirley. 

THE DEVIL'S deputy. DU21666. SEE 
Brash, Arthur Francis. 

THE DEVIL'S sonata. DU22481. SEE 
Buzzanca, Salvatore. 

De VINCENT: MICHAEL JOHN. 
Papa Penny, a series of stories adaptable 
for television, screen, stage, radio, 
and publication. Sample script: 
With Goldilocks and the three bears. 
© Michael John DeVincent; Ic 12Jul49; 
DU20714. 
Papa Penny. [Sample scripts in a tele- 
vision series] © Michael John De- 
Vincent; Ic 21Dec49; DU22622. 

DEVINE, JOHN FRANCIS. 
Ozark bride, a musical play in four scenes, 
by John Francis Devine, James Garrett 
Wallace, Bernard Robert Lauren, and 
Eugene A. Leiman. [Text only] 
© John Francis Devine, James Garrett 
Wallace. Bernard R. Lauren, Eugene 
A. Leiman; Ic 24Aug49; DU21151. 

DEVLIN, WILLIAM EDWARD. 
How many lives? An original play for 
television by Bill Devlin. © William 
Edward Devlin, Jr. ; Ic 25Jul49- 
DU20871. 

DeWITT, JACK. 
I confess, a drama in three acts. 

© Jack DeWitt; Ic 30ct49; on revisions; 

DU2I645. Prev. reg. "The living and 

the dead"; 25Aug49; DU21192. 
The living and the dead, a drama in 

three acts. © Jack DeWitt; Ic 

25Aug49; DU21192. 



DIAPER diary. 
Philip. 



C3829. SEE Fisher. 



DIARY of a '49er. SEE Muse, Violet 
Frances. Gold for dearie. DU22146. 



DIARY of Claire Read. DU22465. 
Davis, Claire H. 



SEE 



THE DIARY of Yola St. Clair. DU22505. 
SEE The Green Hornet (Radio program) 
No. 977. 

DICKASON, ALBERT. 
Season's greetings, a drama in three 
acts. ©Albert Dickason; Ic 25Aug49; 
DU21197. 

DICKENS, Charles. 
Bleak house. DU22550. SEE Wetzel, 

Robert. Charles Dickens' Bleak house. 
A Christmas carol. SEE 

Foss, Kenelm. DP20658. 

Maddox, M. Fern. DU22282. 

Oberg, Earl White. C4178. 

DICKENS, DEAN. 
Morning faces, by Dean Dickens and 
Mrs. Carson C. Going. [Radio script] 
© Mrs. Carson C. Going, Dean Dickens; 
Ic 10Aug49; DU21079. 

DICKEY, ELLEN ROSE. 
New tricks, a serio -comedy in three 
acts. © Ellen Rose Dickey; Ic 9Aug49; 
DU21049. 

THE DIFFERENT kiss. DU21092. SEE 
Pillot, Eugene. 

DiGANGI, Dick. SEE DiGangi, Marion 
Richard. 

DiGANGI, Louis Alfred. 
The snatch. DU20938. SEE 
DiGangi, Marion Richard. 



DiGANGI, MARION RICHARD. 
The snatch, a play in three acts by 
Dick and Lou DiGangi. © Marion 
Richard DiGangi, Louis Alfred DiGangi; 
Ic lAug49; DU20938. 



DIGGING in hell. 
Arturo. 



DU22285. SEE Sergio, 



DIHARCE, Colmar, pseud. SEE Hock, 
Virginia. 

DILEMMA. DU20718. SEE 
Kouba, Anna. 

DILLMAN, Lewis. 
Mystery movie. DU22128. SEE 
Stearns, Charles. 

DINNER, WILLIAM. 
The cat and the cream, a play in one 

act by William Dinner and William 

Morum. London, S. French [ 1949]. 23 p. 

illus. (French's acting edition, no. 2039) 

© Samuel French, ltd.; 28Jun49; 

DP20812. 
The leaning shepherdess, a play in one 

act by William Dinner and William 

Morum. London, S. French [ 1949]. 

31 p. illus. (French's acting edition, 

no. 2036) © Samuel French ltd. ; 

llJuI49; DP21146. 
Play without end, a comedy in one act by 

William Dinner and William Morum. 

London, S. French [1949]. 24 p. 

illus. (French's acting edition, no. 

2097) © Samuel French ltd. ; ljun49; 

DP2M)61. 

DINNER for threshers. DP21758. SEE 
Vining, Donald. 

DIPSY, the dolphin. DU20986. SEE 
Cartoon Teletales (Television program) 
July 17, 1949. 

DIRECT current measurements and 
instruments. C4008. SEE Gorder, 
Leslie Orlando. Transpondence course 
EE-12. 

DIRTY hacis. SEE Sartre, Jean Paul. 
Three pays. A35222. 

Di SALOV, JOSEPH JOHN. 
The return of the fish, a play in four 
acts. © Joseph John di Salvo III; Ic 
40ct49; DU21654. 

DISAPPEARANCE. DU21496. SEE 
The Sheriff (Radio program) No. 260. 

DISNEY. LOREN. 
My Granny Van, a comedy in three acts, 
by Loren Disney and George Sessions 
Perry. Based on the book "My Granny 
Van" by George Sessions Perry. 
© Loren Disney, George Sessions Perry 
Ic 210ct49; DU22330. 



THE DISREGUARDED. 
Doner, Maurice. 



DU21717. SEE 



THE DISTRIBUTION of energy over 
particle and field of the free electron 
C3907. SEE KUian, Edward. Problems 
of relativity in modern physics. 

DIVORCE me never. DU22184. SEE 
Siebert, Janet Hutchinson. 

DIXIELAND limited. C4076. SEE 
Behrman, Chester Theodore. 

DDCON. Ann. 
Pay-off. DU21701. SEE First Nighter 
(Radio program) Aug. 25, 1949. 

DIZZY Dean. C3817. SEE 
The American Way (Radio program) 

DO right--ar.d don't write. DU22079. SEE 
Earnshaw, Harry Alfred. 



DO veterans know? DU22346. SEE 
Levitan, Sidney Philip. 

DO you remember? DU20594. SEE 
Green, Morris. 

DO you want more birds? DU22555. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

DO your ears deceive you? SEE Haydon, 
Julie. Can you believe your ears? 
DU21509. 

DOC Blanchard. C4145. SEE The 
American Way (Radio program) 

DR. CHRISTIAN (radio program) 
Episodes in this series are by McCann- 
Erickson, inc. © McCann-Erickson, inc. 

555. July 20, 1949. Two-way promise. 
© Ic 27Jun49; DU20588. 

556. July 27, 1949. Fate breaks an arm. 
© Ic 27Jun49; DU20589. 

557. Aug. 3, 1949. The immigrant. 
© Ic 14Jul49; DU20799. 

558. Aug. 10, 1949. Operation Angela. 
© Ic 21Jul49; DU20903. 

559. Aug. 17. 1949. White magic. 
© Ic 29Jul49; DU20996. 

560. Aug. 24, 1949. The oxygen tent. 
© Ic 2Aug49; DU21004. 

[561. Aug. 31, 1949.) Tradition of the 
towel. © Ic 15Aug49; DU21177. 

562. Sept. 7, 1949. The magic cell. 
© Ic 15Aug49; DU2U78. 

563. Sept. 14, 1949. Cloudburst. 
© Ic 25Aug49; DU21191. 

564. Sept. 21. 1949. Miss Tittleworth's 
will. © Ic 29Aug49; DU21226. 

565. Sept. 28, 1949. Rendezvous in 
Paris. © Ic 19Sep49; DU21453. 

566. Oct. 5, 1949. Dangerous age for 
Ellen. © Ic 19Sep49; DU21454. 

567. Oct. 12, 1949. Angel with a black 
eye. © Ic 26Sep49; DU21545. 

568. Oct. 19, 1949. Say it with music. 
© Ic 30ct49; DU21681. 

569. Oct. 26, 1949. Sqush-face. 
© Ic 30ct99; DU21682. 

570. Nov. 2, 1949. Old Battle-Axe. 
© Ic 140ct49; DU21817. 

571. Nov. 9, 1949. Who would not sing 
for David? © Ic 14Nov49; DU22162. 

571. Nov. 9, 1949. To live a dream. 
© Ic 240ct49; DU21984. 

572. Nov. 16, 1949. Girl in the mist. 
© Ic 240ct49; DU21985. 

573. Nov. 23, 1949. The teakettle: 
she sing. © Ic 14Nov49; DU22163. 

575. Dec. 7, 1949. Lucky thirteen. 
© Ic 14Nov49; DU22164. 

576. Dec. 14, 1949. Miss Baltimore. 
© Ic 18Nov49; DU22254. 

577. Dec. 21, 1949. Santa's Sunday punch. 
© Ic 20Dec49; DU22635. 

578. Dec. 28. 1949. Bon voyage. Miss 
Tweedie. © Ic 28Nov49; DU22342. 

579. Jan. 4, 1950. Clear conscience. 
© Ic 5Dec49; DU22381. 

580. Jan. 11, 1950. The other road. 
© Ic 9Dec49; DU22455. 

581. Jan. 18, 1950. Peel rubber. © Ic 
9Dec49; DU22456. 

THE DOCTOR disappears. DU21537. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
No. 692. 

DR. I. Q. (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Will C. 
Grant. © Grant Advertising, inc. 

July 1, 8, 15, 22, 1949. © Ic each 3Aug49; 

C3913-3916. 
July 29, Aug. 5, 12, 19, 1949. © Ic 

each 22Aug49; C3993-3996. 
Aug. 26, 1949. © Ic 26Aug49; C4012. 
Sept. 2, 1949. © Ic 2Sep49; C4043. 
Sept. 9, 1949. © Ic 12Sep49; C4056. 
Sept. 16, 1949. © Ic 19Sep49; C4097. 
Sept. 23, 1949. © Ic 28Sep49; C4108. 
Sept. 30, 1949. © Ic 30ct49; C4119. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



DR. I. Q. (Radio program) Cont'd. 
Oct. 7, 1949. © Ic 10Oct49; C4160. 
Oct. 14, 1949. © Ic 170ct49; C4172. 
Oct. 21, 28, 1949. © Ic each 3Nov49; 

C4200-4201. 
Nov. 4, 1949. © Ic 14Nov49; C4237. 
Nov. 9, 16, 1949. © Ic each 21Nov49; 

C4256-4257. 
Nov. 23, 30, 1949. © Ic each 5Dec49; 

C4282-4283. 
Dec. 7, 1949. © Ic 19Dec49; C4313. 
Dec. 14, 1949. © Ic 19Dec49; C4312. 
Dec. 21, 1949. © Ic 27Dec49; C4322. 

DOCTOR Larramore's secret. DU21953. 
SEE Tillema, Catharine Hill. 



DOCTOR Massakof. DU22078. 
Earnshaw, Harry Alfred. 



SEE 



DODD, Mead and Company, inc. 
The Burns Mantle best plays of 1948-49. 
SEE The Burns Mantle best plays of 
1948-49. AA132040. 

DOKTOR, NIKE OLGA. 
O'Grady's place, a play in three acts. 
© Olga Doktor; Ic 2Sep49; on revisions; 
DU21420. Prev. reg. 3Dec47; DU11856; 
26Mar48; DU13644. 



A DOLLAR down. 
Kirk, Richard. 



DU20826. SEE 



DOLLARS and nonsense. 
Jones, William Ellis. 



DP21495. SEE 



THE DOLLS. DU22137. SEE 
Prumbs, Lucille Smith. 

DOMESTIC symphony. DP21402. SEE 
Braun, Wilbur. 

DOMINIC DiMaggio. C3821. SEE 
The American Way (Radio program) 



LE DON Juan de Molifere. 
SEE Arnavon, Jacques. 



AF11181. 



DON Pasquale. DU21963. SEE 
Mead, Phyllis Raid. 



DOfJA Juanita. DU21720. 
Solomon, Alfred. 



SEE 



DONER, MAURICE. 
The disreguarded, a play in two acts. 
© Maurice Doner; Ic 10Oct49; on 
revisions; DU21717. Prev. reg. 
"John Cutter the Third"; 17Dec40- 
D72799. 

DONIZETTI, Gaetano. 
Don Pasquale. DU21963. SEE Mead, 
Phyllis Reid. 

DONOVAN, ALICE D. 
College masquerade, a comedy of college 
life, in three acts. Minneapolis, T. S. 
Denison [1949]. 92 p. illus. \(Denison's 
select plays) © T. S. Denison & Co. ; 
3Nov49; DP22039. 

DONOVAN, HENRY BERNARD. 
The Magic Lady and Boko; story and 

adaptation. Episodes 1-13 [for 

television] © Telemount Pictures, inc. ; 

Ic 25Jul49; DDU21237. 
The magic queen. [Television script] 

© Telemount Pictures, inc. ; Ic 

2Dec49; DU22336. 



DON'T be a monkey. 
Garvey, Ralph J. 



C3850. SEE 



DON'T blame me. DP21757. SEE 
Martens, Anne (Coulter) 

DON'T go away mad. A38185. SEE 
Saroyan, William. 

DORDONI, LEA. 

Miami, a musical drama in two acts. 
Book by Lea Dordoni and Edward 



Raskin. [Text only] © Lea Dordoni, 
Edward A. Raskin; Ic 19Sep49; 
DU21712. 

DORF, PHIUP. 

The coming of Ulysses, a play in four 
acts. New York, Oxford Book Co. , 
1949. 73 p. "A retelling of the Odyssey 
in dramatic form. " © Philip Dorf; 
210ct49; DP22208. 



LA DORMEUSE eveillee. 
Amiel, Denys. 



DP-07. SEE 



DORNES, ROGER. 
L'amour et son image, pifece en cinq 
actes. [1949] cl948. (In France 
illustration. Le MondeTIlustre , 
supplement theatral et litteraire, n. 3i 
Paris, 1949. 23 p. ) © Roger Dornfes; 
9Jul49; DP-09. 

DOROTHY. DU22673. SEE Law, 
Dean Warner. 

DORREY, Charles. 
Gardenias for Julia. DU22093. SEE 
Freedman, Philip M. 

DOUBLE echo. DU21745. SEE 
Soffer, Sam. 

DOUBLE-take. DU21690. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 



DOUBLE trouble. DP22524. 
Leota Hulse. 



SEE Black, 



LA DOUBLE vie de M. Leonard. 
SEE Gehri, Alfred. 



DU22582. 



DOUGALL, Tom. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 

DOVE, JOHN FREDERICK. 
Down on a farm, a play in three acts 

by Frederick Dove. © John Frederick 

Dove; Ic 18Jul49; DU20787. 
Hell is what you make it, an improbable 

farce in three acts by Fred Dove. 

© John Frederick Dove; Ic 28Jul49- 

DU20933. 

DOW, Ruth. 

Where there's a will. DU21111. SEE 
Biancardo, Pascal R. 

DOWELL, inc. 
Combating corrosion — with the metal 
from the sea. C3919. SEE Handy (Jam) 
Organization, inc. 

DOWLING, JENNETTE. 
Before the throne; a play in two acts by 
Jennette Dowling in collaboration with 
Francis Letton. A revision of the play 
"Princess Elizabeth, " by Jennette 
Dowling. © Jennette Dowling, Francis 
Letton; Ic ljul49; DU20605. 

DOWN on a farm. DU20787. SEE 
Dove, John Frederick. 

DOWN to Pa's. C3968. SEE Scott, 
Flo Hampton. 

THE DOWNHILL sun. DU21316. SEE 
Brenton, Myron. 

THE DOWNSTAIRS dragon. DU21364 
SEE Finch, John. 

DOWTY, Diana. SEE Elliot, Diana Dowty. 

DRAKE, CLARENCE MARTIN. 
A night with Cleopatra, an extravaganza 
in three acts. © Clarence Martin 
Drake; Ic 23Dec49; DU22647. 

THE DRAMA critic. DU21404. SEE 
Bartron, Harry OUen. 



DRAMA Guild Publishers. 
There go the Grooms. DP22067. SEE 

Tobias, Jay. 
We're young only once. DP22068. SEE 

Stone, James Floyd. 

DRAMATIC Publishing Company. 
The automatic man. DP21432. SEE 

Vining, Donald. 
Betty's bargain. DP21440. SEE Vining, 

Donald. 
Danger— Willie at work. DP21434. 

SEE Kotzger, Harold. 
The four of hearts mystery. SEE 

Roos, William. EUery Queen's The 

four of hearts mystery. DP21855. 
Hand-me-down heart. DP21431. SEE 

McGreevey, John. 
The Informer. DP21437. SEE McGreevey 

John. 
It does something for youl DP21438. 

SEE Vining, Donald. 
Mother is a freshman. DP21436. 

SEE Sergei, Christopher. 
Oh, brother: DP21756. SEE Sergei, 

Christopher. 
Paul wrecks the car. DP22250. SEE 

Sergei, Christopher. 
The perils of Prudy. DP21435. SEE 

Martens, Anne (Coulter) 
Seventeenth summer. DP21439. SEE 

Martens, Anne (Coulter) 
Wildcat Willie minds the baby. DP21433. 

SEE Martens, Anne (Coulter) 

DRAPER, WALT. 
Christmas on Main Street, a religious 
fantasy in one act, with directions for 
simplified production. New York, S. 
French [1949]. 27 p. illus. ©Walt 
Draper; 29Sep49; DP21843. 



DRAUGELIS, SIMON JOHN. 
Madonna of Nazareth, in three acts, four 
settings; life of the Blessed Virgin 
Mary, Mother of God. [No. 2 in] 
a series of mystery plays based upon 
"The mystical city of God" by the 
Venerable Abbess Mary of Jesus of 
Agreda, Spain. Eden Hill, Stockbridge, 
Mass., The Marian Fathers [1949]. 
119 p. Bibliography; p. 44. ©The 
Marian Fathers (of the Immaculate 
Conception, B. V. M.); 16Jun49; 
DP22314. 

DRAYTON, ARTHUR LOWNDES. 
Among those present, a play in three 
acts. © Arthur Lowndes Drayton; 
Ic 4Aug49; DU20973. 

A DREAM. SEE One-act plays for stage 
and study. AA136700. 

DREAM house. DU21663. SEE 
White, Robertson Grubb. 

A DREAM on wheels. DU20708. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

A DREAMER'S journey. DP21607. SEE 
The Eternal Light (Radio program) 
No. 236. 

THE DREAMLOST. SEE one-act plays for 
stage and study. AA136700. 

DRESSED to kill. DP21600. SEE Kurtz, 
C. Gordon. 

DREYFUSS, ALAN. 
The latest news, an original play for 
television. © Alan Dreyfuss; Ic 
23Aug49; DU21198. 

DRIGGS, HOWARD ROSCOE. 
Our Star Spangled Banner in its historic 
setting. [Lecture] © Howard Roscoe 
Driggs; Ic 7Nov49; C4209. 

DRISCOLL, DAVID ALPHONSUS. 
The shower, a play in one act. 
© David Alphonsus Driscoll; Ic 17Aug49; 
DU21116. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



DRIVEN sheep. DU22015. SEE 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 
No. 2625-1850. 

DROP dead. DP21989. SEE Jackson, 
Caary Paul. 

A DROP in the bucket. DU21919. SEE 
Carter, Olga Beatrice. 

DROPPED stitches. DP21917. SEE 
Gomoll, Stella Christinia. 

THE DRUG store robberies. DU22288. 
SEE The Green Hornet (Radio program) 
No. 975. 

A DRUM for freedom. DU20758. SEE 
Here's Heidy (Radio program) 
Feb. 13, 1949. 

DRUM head. SEE One-act plays for stage 
and study. AA136700. 

DUBOIS, Suzanne Damman-. SEE 
Damman-Dubois, Suzanne. 

DUBS, Ann Louise. 
An American gentleman. DU22037. SEE 

Dubs, Florence Arnold. 
Eloise. DU22036. SEE 

Dubs, Florence Arnold. 

DUBS, FLORENCE ARNOLD. 

An American gentleman, a play in three 
acts by Florence Arnold and Ann Louise 
Dubs. ® Florence Arnold Dubs, Ann 
Louise Dubs; Ic 4Nov49; DU22037. 

Eloise, a comedy in three acts by 
Florence Arnold and Ann Louise Dubs. 
© Florence Arnold Dubs, Ann Louise 
Dubs; Ic 4Nov49; Du22036. 

THE DUCHESS. DU21023. SEE 
The Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

THE DUDE from Manhattan. DU22315. 
SEE Brooks, Edwin L. 

DUDE round-up. DU21878. SEE Black- 
well, Paul Clark. 

THE DUEL. DU22699. SEE Alter, Paul. 

DUFF, HARRY JAMES. 
Invisible barrier, a drama in three acts. 
© Harry James Duff; Ic 12Jul49; 
DU20719. 

DUFTY, William Francis. 
Wake me early. Mother; a play in seven 
scenes. © William F. Dufty; Ic 
240ct49; DU21870. 

DUGAN, JOHN THOMAS. 
Art and craft, a comedy in three acts. 
© John Thomas Dugan; Ic 22Aug49; 
DU21143. 

DULUD, MICHEL. 
Tous les deux, coinedie en 4 actes. 
cl949. (In Les Cteuvres libres, no. 
39. Paris; A. Fayard, 1949. p. [247]- 
318)® Michel Dulud; 15Jul49; DP-02. 

DU MAURIER, DAPHNE. 
September tide, a play in three acts. 
London, V. GoUancz, 1949. 112 p. 
© Daphne Du Maurier; 13Jun49; 
Ic 18Jul49; AI-2366. 

DUNCAN, Ronald Frederick Henry. 
The rape of Lucretia. DP21056. SEE 
Britten, Benjamin. 

DUNCAN, WILLIAM HENRY. 
At the Nosegay, a comedy in three acts 
and a prologue. © William Henry 
Duncan; Ic 29Aug49; on revisions; 
DU21217. Prev. reg. 2Sep49; 
D58862. 

DUNHAM, ROBERT HELMBOLDT. 
Of kith and kin, a one-act play. 



© Robert Helmboldt Dunham; 
26Sep49; DU21516. 



Ic 



DUNK-a-dibble. DU21825. 
Ames, Florenz Sebastian. 



SEE 



DUNKIN, LENVILLE HAWTHORNE. 
Introduction to the Diesel engine industry. 
[Instructions for a recruiting program] 
© Lenville Hawthorne Dunkin; Ic 
7Nov49; C4244. 

DUNKLE, ANNA BARNET. 
A day at the zoo, a play in three acts by 
Arthur Bennett Durward [pseud. ] 
© Anna B. Dunkle; Ic 7Sep49; on 
revisions; DU21319. Prev. reg. 
"Angles or angels' ; 2Feb49; DU18386. 

DUNN, CAESAR. 
Mr. Devil, a comedy in three acts. 
© Caesar Dunn; Ic 8Nov49; on revisions; 
DU22050. Prev. reg. "Silhouette"; 
17Sep35; D unp. 37429. 

DUNN, CLAUDE COBBS. 
Our song, a play in three acts by John 
Christopher [pseud. ] © Claude Cobbs 
Dunn; Ic 27Sep49; DU21593. 

DUNN, Rebecca Welty. 
Christmas in ninety-nine words. 
DP21905. SEE Fisher, AUeen Lucia. 

DUNSEITH, JOHN CARL. 

Remember is remember, a play in three 
acts by Robert Jamra [pseud. ] © John 
Carl Dunseith; Ic 9Sep49; DU21344. 

Under hanging mountains, a play in three 
acts by Robert Jamra [pseud. ] © John 
Carl Dunseith; Ic 170ct49; DU21795. 

Du PONT de Nemours (E. I. ) and 
Company. SEE The Cavalcade of 
America (Radio program) 

DU PUY-Mazuel, Henry. 
Le roi de coeur. DP-OIO. SEE 
Maurette, Marcelle. 

DURHAM, Frank. 
A little more than kin. SEE One- 
act plays for stage and study. AA136700. 



THE DURRUM Twins, pseud. 
Benjamin, Marye Durrum. 
Robinson, Anne Durrum. 



SEE 



DURWARD, Arthur Bennett, pseud. SEE 
Dunkle, Anna Bar net. 

THE DUTIES of the various units of 
government. C4240. SEE Bernard, 
Edward. A world to be, no. 2. 



DWIGGINS, Susan. 
Magic mysteries. DU22318. 
Johnson, Edward T. 



SEE 



DYDENS aereskrans. DP22534. SEE 
Raunsholm, Peter Lasse Georg. 

DYMOW, OSSIP. 
Episode, a play in seven scenes by 
Ossip Dymow. Translated by J. J. 
Robbins. © Ossip Dymow; Ic 8Nov49; 
DU22074. 



DYNAMICS of selling system. 
SEE Harris, Arthur Orr. 



C4171. 



EGA means business', DU22425. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions,, inc. 

THE EAGLE flies. C4302. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

THE EAGLE in the gorge. DU22447. SEE 
Palescandolo, Frank Joseph. 

EARLY Nebraska history. C4121. SEE 
Warren, Jeannette. 



EARNEST, the umbrella bird. DU20979. 
SEE Cartoon Teletales (Television pro- 
gram) May 15, 1949. 

EARNSHAW, HARRY ALFRED. 
Do right — and don't write; a play in one 
act, for television. © Harry Lewis 
Earnshaw; Ic 8Nov49; on revisions; 
DU22079. Prev. reg. "Do right and 
fear no man"; 21Jan35; DU33237. 
Doctor Massakof, a play in one act for 
television. © Harry Lewis Earnshaw; 
Ic 8Nov49; on revisions; DU22078. 
Prev. reg. 9Nov34; D unp 32013. 
Fancy meeting you here, a play in one 
act adapted for television. © Harry 
Lewis Earnshaw; Ic 8Nov49; on revi- 
sions; DU22083. Prev. reg. 21Jan35; 
D unp. 33239. 
The fortune teller, a play in one act 
adapted for television. © Harry Lewis 
Earnshaw; Ic 3Nov49; on revisions; 
DU22082. Prev. reg. 21Jan35; 
D unp. 33234. 
The great Modini, a play in one act 
adapted for television. © Harry Lewis 
Earnshaw; Ic 8Nov49; on revisions; 
DU22081. Prev. reg. 25Apr35; 
D unp. 35057. 
License bureau — this way; a play in one 
act adapted for television. © Harry 
Lewis Earnshaw; Ic 8Nov49; on revi- 
sions; DU22080. Prev. reg. 21Jan35; 
D unp. 33231. 

EARNSHAW, Harry Lewis. 
Do right—and don't write. DU22079. 

SEE Earnshaw, Harry Alfred. 
Doctor Massakof. DU22078. SEE 

Earnshaw, Harry Alfred. 
Fancy meeting you here. DU22083. SEE 

Earnshaw, Harry Alfred. 
The fortune teller. DU22082. SEE 

Earnshaw, Harry Alfred. 
The great Modini. DU22081. SEE 

Earnshaw, Harry Alfred. 
License bureau — this way. DU22080. 

SEE Earnshaw, Harry Alfred. 



/ 



EARTH and high heaven. 
Goggan, John Patrick. 



DU21630. SEE 



EASTER story, 1949. DU21577. SEE 
The Children's Chapel (Radio program) 
No. SP-2. 

EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY. 
The nature and effects of harmful worry 

of anxiety; recording script, film 2. 

© Eastman Kodak Co. ; Ic 140ct49; 

C4173. 
The nature of fear and worry; recording 

script, film 1. © Eastman Kodak 

Co.; Ic 140ct49; C4174. 
The supervisor and the worried employee; 

recording script, film 3. © Eastman 

Kodak Co.; Ic 140ct49; C4175. 

EASY Easterettes. DP22022. SEE 
Sundelof-Asbrand, Karin. 

EASY Eddie. DU21996. SEE 
Hennessy, Edward William. 

EASY payments. DU21271. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

EASY plays for boys. DP20654. SEE 
Brown, Albert M. 



EASY street. 
Mendelsohn, 



C3931. SEE 
Monroe Paul. 



EATON, Walter Prichard. 
Period house. SEE One-act plays for 
stage and study. AA136700. 

EBSEN, CHRISTIAN. 
Mr. Fixit, a television program. 
Episode 1, The decoy. © Christian 
Ebsen, Jr.; Ic 25Jul49; DU20869. 

ECHEVARRIA, MELE PASTOR. 
Blazing glory, a film script. © Mele P. 
Echevarria; Ic 15Nov49; DU22466. 



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ECHEVARRIA, MELE PASTOR. Cont'd. 
Princess Mindamora; a screenplay. 
© Mele Pastor Echevarria; Ic 140ct49; 
DU21822. 

ECHO of the past. DU22402. SEE Rudin. 

Vladimir. 

ECKERSALL, BETTY LOUISE. 
Once in a lifetime; an address. © Betty 
Louise Eckersall; Ic lloct49; C4168. 

ECONOMIC detaUs. C4241. SEE 
Bernard, Edward. A world to be, 
no. 3. 

EDDIE Collins. C3956. SEE The 
American Way (Radio program) 

EDELMAN, Frederica. 
Les parents terribles. DU21043. SEE 
Cocteau, Jean. 

EDELMANN, NORMAN J. 
The Cinderella show, presented by Miss 
and Mr. Midnight. [Radio script] 
© Know-How, inc.; Ic 4Aug49; C3929. 

EDELSTEIN, RUTH BIRNBAUM. 
Sleeping pills in solution, a play in four 
scenes. © Ruth Birnbaum Edelstein; 
Ic 9Dec49; DU22449. 

EDGAR BERGEN WITH CHARLIE 
McCarthy (Radio program) Scripts in 
this series are by Edgar John Bergen. 
Scripts prior to Oct. 2, 1949, have title: 
"The Charlie McCarthy Show. " © Edgar 
John Bergen. 

Oct. 2, 9, 1949. © Ic each 180ct49; 

DU21804-21805. 
Oct. 16, 23, 1949. © Ic each 310ct49; 

DU21943-21944. 
Oct. 30, Nov. 6, 1949. © Ic each 

14Nov49; DU22140-22141. 
Nov. 13, 20, 1949. © Ic each 28Nov49; 

DU22311-22312. 
Nov. 27, Dec. 4, 1949. © Ic each 

13Dec49; DU22542-22543. 

EDITIONS du Belier. 
Couleur du temps. DP21182. SEE 
ApoUinaire, Guillaume. 

EDITIONS Nagel. 
Der To lie. C4196. SEE Agoston, 
Gertrude. 



EDITIONS Royalty. 
Quatre jours k Paris. DU21200. 
Ovanessian, Raymond. 



SEE 



EDITORS' choice. SEE Carroll, 
Charles Gordon. Cover story. CU21206. 

EDMONDS, EDITH. 
The books give a party, a play for 
children. Evanston, 111. , Row, Peter- 
son, cl949. 17 p. ©Row, Peterson 
& Co.; 18Aug49; DP21895. 

EDSALL, RICHARD LINN. 
The burning fence, a play in three acts. 
© Richard L. Edsall; Ic 3Aug49; 
DU20962. 

EDWARD, my son. SEE The Burns 
Mantle best plays of 1948-49. AA132040. 

EDWARDS, Lee, pseud. SEE Levy, 
Edward J. 

EGAN, WILLIAM. 
The darkness within, a play in two acts. 
© William Egan; Ic 13Sep49; DU2I372. 

EGER, JEAN CLAUDE. 
Les amants d'Argos, pifece en trois 
actes. © Jean-Claude Eger; Ic 
8Aug49; DU21186. 

EHRLICH, MILTON. 
King of the hill, a play in three acts. 
© Milton Ehrlich; Ic 25Nov49; DU22458. 



EICHEL, LESLIE PHILIP. 
Tonnorrow is an ostrich, a play in three 
acts. © Leslie Eichel; Ic 21Dec49; 
DU22616. 

EILBIRT, HENRY. 
Successful selling. [Recording scripts] 
© Institute of Educational Relations; 
Ic 110ct49; C4161. 

DER EINGEBILDETE Kranke. DU21215. 
SEE Fischer, William Louis. 

EISENBERG, PHILIP. 

Fun on the farm; a record jigsaw game. 
Script by Peter Steele [pseud, of 
Philip Eisenberg] music by Hecky 
Krasno [pseud, of Hermann Krasnow] 
Text and music on separate leaves. 
© Herman Krasnow, Philip Eisenberg; 
Ic 12Sep49; DU21351. 

Slugger at the bat. DU21335. SEE 
Lyon, Peter. 

Stampede. DU21336. SEE Walsh, 
Henry H. 

ELDRIDGE Entertainment House, inc. 
Accidental hero. DP22408. SEE Sapp, 

Phyllis Woodruff. 
Anything for a laugh. DP22404. SEE 

St. Clair, Robert. 
Everybody's rehearsal-less Christmas 

book DP22403. SEE Everybody's 

rehearsal-less Christmas book. 
How green was her boy-friend. 

DP22406. SEE Nash, John. 
Judy and the Colonel. DP22409. SEE 

Stone, James Floyd. 
Lilacs for Louisa. DP22405. SEE 

Kotz, Kathleen Murphy. 
Merry Christmas mix-up. DP22410. 

SEE Moessner, Lois. 
Sixteen is spring. DP22407. SEE Stone, 

James Floyd. 

ELECTRIC Storage Battery Company. 
For those who serve. DU20707. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

$ales from $ervice. DU20709. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

ELECTRO magnetic induction, pts. 1-2. 
C4006-4007. SEE Gorder, Leslie Orlando. 
Transpondence course EE 10-11. 

ELECTRO magnetism. C4005. SEE 
Gorder, Leslie Orlando. Transpondence 
course EE-9. 

ELECTRON theory. C4058. SEE Gorder, 
Leslie Orlando. Transpondence course 
EP, no. 1. 

THE ELECTROPHONES. 'DU21510. SEE 
Del Castillo, Lloyd G. 

ELEMENTARY piping. C4290. SEE The 
Lummus Company. 

ELENA. DU20740. SEE 
Lowers, Virginia Belle. 

ELEPHANTS never forget. C3849. SEE 
Garvey, Ralph J. 

THE ELEVATOR man. DU22310. SEE 
Cord, Don Orlando. 

ELEVENSES. DP22004. SEE Denham, 
Lilian. 

ELFIN broth. DU21024. SEE 
McCowan, Elizabeth DeLano. 

ELINOR. DU22446. SEE Vining, 
Donald. 

ELLA called Cinder. DU21102. SEE 
Dallas, Meredith Eugene. 

ELLERY Queen's The four of hearts 
mystery. DP21855. SEE Roos, 
William. 



ELLIOT, DIANA DOWTY. 

Treasure your hands, a series of 
television commercials. © Mrs. 
Diana Dowty Elliot; Ic 120ct49; 
DU21766. 

Your hands are you, a series of sug- 
gested television programs based on 
palmistry. © Diana Dowty; Ic 
13Sep49; DU21381. 

ELLIOT, MICHAEL, pseud. 
A white raven, a play in two acts by 
Michael Elliot [pseud, of Carolyn 
Slaski and Stanley Stevens] 
© Carolyn Slaski, Stanley Stevens; Ic 
15Sep49; DU21407. 

ELUOTTE, John. SEE 
The Great Gildersleeve (Radio program) 

ELLSTEIN, Abraham. 
Stampede. DU21336. SEE Walsh, 
Henry H. 

£LMAN, IRVING. 
Tevye's daughters, a play in two acts. 
© Irving Elman; Ic 13Dec49; DU22483. 

ELOISE. DU22036. SEE 
Dubs, Florence Arnold. 

ELSER, DONALD. 
The pink dress, a drama in one act. 

Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson [1949]. 

28 p. illus. © Row, Peterson & Co. ; 

21Sep49; DP21901. 
Thanks to Mary Ann, a comedy in three 

acts. New York, S. French [1949]. 

95 p. illus. © Samuel French; 2Nov49; 

DP22479. 



ELSIE did it. DU20712. 
Hartryce, Jean. 



SEE 



ELSMITH, BERTA. 
The miracle of the tumbler, a short music 
play suitable for part of an Easter or 
Christmas program, by Berta and 
Leonard Elsmith. For grades 4 through 
6. Boston, C. C. Birchard [1949]. 
14 p. (Elsmith series, no. 6) © C. C. 
Birchard & Co. ; 170ct49; DP21813. 



ELSMITH, Leonard. 
The miracle of the tumbler. 
SEE Elsmith, Berta. 



DP21813. 



ELTON, Jack. 
Santa's calling. 
Bova, Joe. ' 



DU22340. SEE 



EMBASSY Pictures ltd. 
The Kangaroo Kid. DU22185. SEE 
Veitch, Anthony Scott. 

THE EMERALD ring. DU21544. SEE 
The Sheriff (Radio program) No. 261. 

EMERSON, ELIZABETH (HOLADAY) 
The voice of Moses, a play in one act. 
New York, Longmans, Green [1949]. 
18 p. (Longmans' play series) 
©Longmans, Green & Co., inc. 
260ct49; DP21937. 

EMERY, CHARLES. 
The glorified brat, a play in three 
scenes. © Charles Emery; Ic 
5Jul49; DU20638. 

EMMONS, BETSY. 
The time table, a play in three acts. 
© Betsy Emmons; Ic 240ct49; DU22110. 

THE EMPEROR'S new clothes. DU20998. 
SEE Barzman, Sol. 

EMPIRE buUders. DU21744, DU21998. 
SEE Loprete, Nicholas Richard. 

EMPTY heart. DP21339. SEE Knoerle, 
Mary Jeanne. 

THE ENCHANTED inn. DU22620. SEE 
Buttitta, Anthony James. 



121 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE ENCHANTED treasure. DU22363. 
SEE Nicholson, Anne Preston. 

THE ENCHANTRESS. DU20672. SEE 
Chapman, TedweU. 

ENCORE. SEE 
Ferraro, Iris. DU21064. 
McCabe, Terrence W. DU21356. 

END of a season. SEE Goldsmith, 
Gloria. Andora Adams. DU21294. 

ENDS of the candle. DU22307. SEE 
SuUum, Alvin. 

ENGINE performance diagnosis. DU21697. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

ENGLISH ham. DU21097. SEE Grant, 
Gary Ferrill. 

ENOS Slaughter. C3962. SEE The 
American Way (Rado program) 

ENOUGH rope. DU22192. SEE The 
Lone Ranger (Radio program) No. 2626- 
1851. 



ENRIGHT, Caroline Lanzl. 
A Weakespoint spring. DU22646. 
Lanzl, Frank Albert. 



SEE 



ENSIGN, CHARLES JOSEPH. 

In behalf of oblivion, a play in two acts. 
© Charles Joseph Ensign; Ic 6Sep49; 
DU21309. 

EPISODE. DU22074. SEE 
Dymow, Ossip. 

AN EPOS on Eros: "Sex-tet. " DU21868. 
SEE Gorton, Alfred. 

ERVINE, John St. John Greer. SEE 
Ervine, St. John Greer. 

ERVINE, ST. JOHN GREER. 
The Christies, a play in three acts. 
London, G. Allen & Unwin [1949]. 
93 p. © John St. John Greer Ervine; 
22Sep49; DP22126. 

ESPECIALLY for you. C3860. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

THE ETERNAL LIGHT (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by various au- 
thors. © Jewish Theological Seminary 
of America. 

224. Mar. 20, 1949. A magic power, by 
Sigmund MUler. © 20Mar49; DP21619. 

225. Mar. 27, 1949. Green thumb in 
the city, by Sylvia Berger. © 27Mar49; 
DP21618. 

226. Apr. 3, 1949. Adventure in time, 
by Sylvia Berger. © 3Apr49; DP21617. 

227. Apr. 10, 1949. The slave, by 
Sigmund Miller. © 10Apr49; DP21616. 

228. Apr. 17, 1949. One little nanny- 
goat, by Morton Wishengrad. 

© 17Apr49; DP21615. 

229. Apr. 24, 1949. Out of darkness, 
by Morton Wishengrad. © 24Apr49; 
DP21614. 

230. May 1, 1949. Portrait of dedica- 
tion, by Peter Lyon. © lMay49; 
DP21613. 

231. May 8, 1949. The second sun, by 
Ernest Kinoy. © 8May49; DP21612. 

232. May 15, 1449. Welcome home, by 
Richard David [pseud, of Irve Tunick] 
© 15May49; DP21611. 

233. May 22, 1949. The trial of 
Jonathan Green, by Sylvia Berger. 
© 22May49; DP21610. 

234. May 29, 1949. Man of peace, by 
Peter Lyon. © 29May49; DP21609. 

235. June 5, 1949. The way of my 
Uncle Gedalia, by Sylvia Berger. 
© 5Jun49; DP21608. 

236. June 12, 1949. A dreamer's 
journey, by Joseph Mindel. © 12Jun49; 
DP21607. 



237. June 19, 1949. Aarn, the cobbler, 
and the western wall, by Ernest Kinoy. 
© 19Jun49; DP21606. 

238. June 26, 1949. Incident at sea, 
by Joseph Mindel. © 26Jun49; 
DP21605. 

239. July 3, 1949. The sealed tunnel, 
by Irve Tunick. © 3Jul49; DP21604. 

ETKES, ADINA. 
Through the keyhole, a play in three 
acts. © Adina Etkes; Ic 19JuI49; 
DU20807. 

ETTLINGER, DON VICTOR. 
June dawn, a comedy in three acts, by 
Dorothy Evans [pseud, of Don Victor 
Ettlinger] and John Ware [pseud, of 
Edward Howe Mabley]. New York, S. 
French [1949]. 105 p. illus. 
© Samuel French; 7Nov49; DP22476. 

ETUE, JAMES JOSEPH. 
Mulrooney and naammon, a play in one 
act. © James J. Etue; Ic 2Nov49; 
DU22103. 

LE EUROPEE vittoriose in amore? 
DU22482. SEE Rollini, Mario. 

EVANGELICAL Lutheran Church. Board 
of Parish Education. SEE 
The Children's Chapel (Radio program) 

EVANS, Dorothy, pseud. SEE Ettlinger, 
Don Victor. 

AN EVENING in the Renaissance. DU21167. 
SEE Hofmann, Melita. 

THE EVER-eatin' alligators. DU20845. 
SEE The Green Hornet (Radio program) 
No. 957. 

EVERY girl should be married. DU20733. 
SEE Lux Radio Theatre (Radio program) 
June 27, 1949. 

EVERY man a king. DU21270. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

EVERYBODY'S REHEARSAL-LESS 
CHRISTMAS BOOK. 

Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Entertainment 
House, C1949. 98 p. ©Eldridge 
Entertainment House, inc. ; lSep49; 
DP22403. 

EVE'S daughters. DU22168. SEE 
Greenhill, Sara H. 

EWEN, JAMES. 
Twentieth century cavalcade, a television 
vaudeville variety program. Episode 1: 
Year 1899. ©James Ewen; Ic 140ct49; 
DU21773. 

EXCURSION ride. DU20645. SEE 
Aldrich family (Radio program) 
No. 504. 

EXECUTIVE speeches. C3882. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

EXPERIMENTAL productions of a group of 
original plays. DU21040. SEE 
Pawley, Thomas Desire. 



F. C. Russell Company. SEE Russell 
(F. C.) Company. 

FABER, ELMER. 
Safety quiz-down; script for radio or 
television presentation. © Elmer 
Faber; Ic 20Jul49; C3895. 

FABIENNE, pseud. SEE 
Bisch, Henriette Blanche. 

FABRE-LUCE, ALFRED. 
Theatre interdit: H^resie, Astart6, 



Bettina. Paris, Beranger [1949], 

274 p. © Alfred Fabre-Luce; 15May49; 

DP20736. 

FABULOUS voyage. DU20788. SEE 
Koch, Richard Henry. 

THE FACE is familiar. DU21450. SEE 
Richardson, Hal Ainslie. 

THE FACE of grief. DU21959. SEE 
Norinsky, Jack. 

FAIR and warmer. DU21322. SEE 
Weinstein, Harriett. 

FAIRBANKS, Jerry. SEE Fairbanks, 
(Jerry) inc. 

FAIRBANKS (Jerry) inc. SEE Jackson 
and Jill (Television program) 

FAIRWEATHER, FREDERIC HEDLY. 
Breezing, a play in three acts by 
Frederic Hedly Fairweather and 
W. Wallace Munro. © Frederic Hedly 
Fairweather, William Wallace Munro; 
Ic 240ct49; on revisions, DU21867. 
Prev. reg. "Grimshaw, inc. ;" 
lDec47; DU12133. 

FAITH for two. DU22219. SEE 
Schwartz, Suzanne Marilyn. 

FALK, Richard. 
Page the groom. DU21973. SEE 
George, James Christie. 

FALL, angel, fall. DU21824. SEE 
Rogers, Sherman Edward. 

FALSTAFF. DU21673. SEE 
Smith, George Smedley. 

FALSTAFF Brewing Corporation. 
Grocery sales pay off: C3920. SEE 

Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
Smooth sale-ing. C3859. SEE 

Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
To the point of sale; C4027. SEE 

Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 



, 



I 



FAME surrounds you. C3885. 
Lyman, John Hilton. 



SEE 



THE FAMILY. 
Erik. 



DU22451. SEE Martin, 



A FAMILY affair. DU20964. SEE 
McGowan, John Wesley. 

FAMILY time. C3835. SEE 
Behrman, Chester Theodore. 

FAMILY west. DU22143. SEE 
Temple, Norman. 

FAMOUS JURY TRIALS (Television pro- 
gram) 

Scripts in this series are by John L. 
Clark. © Transamerican Broadcasting 
and Television Corp. 



1. Frank Johnson. © Ic 120ct49; 
DU21739. 

2. Margaret Jennings. © Ic 20Oct49; 
DU21851. 

3. Robert Bender. © Ic 280ct49; 
DU21950. 

4. Sam Novack. © Ic 4Nov49; DU21976. 

5. Grace Dayton. © Ic 14Nov49; 
DU22131. 

6. Timothy Frost. © Ic 21Nov49; 
DU22245, 

7. Oscar Waller. © Ic 25Nov49; 
DU22283. 

8. Harold Tucker. © Ic 5Dec49- 
DU22360. 

9. Danny Ross. © Ic 13Dec49; 
DU22519. 

10. Steve MulUn. © Ic 19Dec49; DU22602. 

11. Jane Minster. © Ic 23Dec49; DU22650. 



FANCY meeting you. DP21840. SEE 
Taggart, Tom. 



122 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



FANCY meeting you here. DU22083. 
SEE Earnshaw, Harry Alfred. 

THE FAN-TAN gold robbery. DU21160. 
SEE The Challenge of the Yukon (Radio 
progrann) No. 677. 

FAR from the hurly-burly. DU21587. 
SEE Anderson, Hugh Abercrombie. 

FARICY, GEORGE. 
Proof of the pudding, a play in three 
acts. © George Faricy; Ic IJul49; 
DU20607. 

FARLEY, Richard. SEE Actor's Studio 
(Television program) 

FARRAR, Sidney Bob. 
Vinegaroon. DU20971. SEE 
Chamberlain, Jerome Vize. 

THE FARRELL case. SEE One-act plays 
for stage and study. AA136700. 

FASHION VARIETIES. DU20683. SEE 
Sterner, Mauritz Alexander. 

FASHIONABLY yours. DU21525. SEE 
Fraser, Mary Harrison. 

FATE breaks an arm. DU20589. SEE 
Dr. Christian (Radio program) No. 556. 

FATHER, dear father. DU22241. SEE 
Hunt, Marjori. 

THE FATHERS of Charlcia. DU22339. 
SEE Crawford, Opal Nancy Guy. 

FAULKNER, JACK J. 
Know the show; radio-television script. 
© Jack J. Faulkner; Ic lljul49; 
C3877. 

FAUST. SEE De Leon, Jack. Goethe's 
Faust. DP21041. 

FAVORITE son. DU21828. SEE 
Frank, Sidney Aaron. 

FEARLESS Morton. DU21519. SEE 
Gallahan, Betty Jane. 

THE FEAST of St. James. DU20757. 
SEE Gribble, Harry Wagstaff. 

THE FEDERATION of Cercles Lacordaire 
and Ste-Jeanne d'Arc inc. 
La morte en vie. DP22536. SEE Vekeman, 

Victor. 
Le reveillon du pfere Brisson. DP22535. 

SEE Vekeman, Victor. 

FEE, DOROTHY. 
Paradise rejected, an opera in three 
scenes. Based on the short story 
"Der Postsekretar im Himmel" by 
Ludwig Thoma. [Text only] © Dorothy 
Fee; Ic 9Nov49; DU22413. 

FEENEY, Gerard. 
Prince of a guy. DP22704. SEE Stroh, 
Richard N. 

FELLOWS, Harriet Burns. 
Works by Harriet Burns Fellows in col- 
laboration with Janet Hattersley Becker 
written under the pseud. , Becky Boyes, 
are entered under the pseud. 

FELTON, Norman. 
Sam 'n' Ella. SEE One-act plays for 
stage and study. AA136700. 

FENDERSON, JULIA K. 
Big Navajo medicine, a children's 
operetta in two acts. Evanston, 111., 
Row, Peterson[1949J. 24 p. ©Row, 
Peterson & Co. ; 16Aug49; DP21911. 

FENSTEMACHER, BERYL PROCTOR. 
United we stand; one act play on the 
United Nations. Chicago, United Nations 



Association of Chicago [1949]. 50 
leaves, illus. © Beryl Proctor 
Fenstemacher (Mrs. Wm. R.); 
18Jul49; DP21063. 

FENSTEMACHER, Mrs. William R. SEE 
Fenstemacher, Beryl Proctor. 

FERBER, EDNA. 
Bravol Play in three acts by Edna 
Ferber and George S. Kaufman. Acting 
ed. [New York] Dramatists Play 
Service [1949]. 77 p. illus. 
© Edna Ferber, George S. Kaufman; 
23Aug49; DP21383. Prev. reg. 
24Sep49; DU16422. 

FERGUSON, Leonard James. 
Cafe Janine. DU21913. SEE Stephens, 
Ronald Reginald. 

FERRARO, IRIS. 
Encore; original screenplay by Iris 
Ferraro. A musical piece "Interludio" 
by Joseph Ferraro to be played in film. 
[Text only] © Iris Ferraro; Ic 
23Jun49; DU21064. 

FERRIN, Alfred, pseud. SEE Fetscherin, 
Alfred. 

FETSCHERIN, ALFRED. 
Ich liebe ein Phantom (Steven), ein StQck 
in drei Akte von Alfred Ferrin [pseud. ] 
© Theaterverlag Reiss A. G • Ic 
19Dec49; DU22604. 

FIALA, ANTHONY. 
The joust of the Golden and Silver Knights; 
a dramatic composition by Anthony 
Fiala and Frederick Jay Benjamin. 
© Anthony Fiala, Frederick Jay Benjamin- 
Ic 21Jul49; C3896. 

FIBBER McGEE AND MOLLY (Radio 
program) 

Scripts in this series are by Don Quinn 
and Phil Leslie. © S. C. Johnson & 
Son, inc. 

1-5. Sept. 13, 20, 27, Oct. 4, 11, 
1949. © Ic each 18Nov49; DU22225- 
22229. 

FICHANDLER, ZELDA DIAMOND. 
Yellow shoes, a play in one act. 
Zelda Diamond Fichandler; Ic 29Jun49- 
DU20599. 

FIDDLEFOOT Inn. DU21628. SEE 
Cartmell, Van H. 

FIDO'S tale. DU20827. SEE 
Grayson, Jeffrey William. 

THE FIERY furnace. DU21573. SEE 
The Children's Chapel (Radio program) 

FIESTA. DU20832. SEE Gruenwald 
Alfred. 

THE FIG tree madonna. DU21511. SEE 
Fineman, Irving. 

FIGHT mit Sigel. DP22522. SEE The 
Land We Live In (Radio program) 
Dec. 8, 1949. 

THE FIGHTING Fishers. DP21632. SEE 
Heenan, Barry. 

THE FILLY-LOO bird. DU21684. SEE 
Caden, Frank. 

FILLY-LOO Bird Company. 
The Filly-Loo Bird. DU21684 SEE 
Caden, Frank. 

FINAL balance. DU21361. SEE 
The Green Hornet (Radio program) 

THE FINAL word. SEE One -act plays for 
stage and study. AA136700. 



FINALE. DU22629. 
Charles Karl. 



SEE Peck, 



FINCH, JOHN. 
The downstairs dragon, a comedy in three 
acts. © John Finch; Ic 250ct49; 
DU21864. 



FIND the famous name game. 
SEE Beebe, Robert M. 



C4109. 



THE FINDING of the silver cup. DU21554. 
SEE The Children's Chapel (Radio pro- 
gram) No. 74. 



THE FINE arts. 
Ray. 



DU22537. SEE Pierre, 



FINEMAN, IRVING. 
The fig tree madonna, a play in three 
acts. © Irving Fineman; Ic 8Sep49; 
DU21511. 

THE FINEST first. DU21693. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

FINLEY, CHARLES QUIGLEY. 
Angel blaze, a new play in three acts. 
© Charles Quigley Finley; Ic 30ct49; 
DU21646. 

FIORY. MARINA. 
Vassilissa (Vassilissa Melentieva), the 
private life of Czar Ivan the Terrible. 
A drama in five scenes translated and 
adapted by Marina Fiory from the work 
by A. Ostrovsky. © Marina Fiory, 
Maxim Panteleieff; Ic 14Jul49; DU22086. 

FIPPS, WILLIAM FREDERICK. 

God's bed-time story of sane-sex. A 
lecture. © William F. Fipps; Ic 
llAug49; C4023. 



THE FIR -tree fairy. 
Johnston, Leonora. 



DP21909. SEE 



FIRE answers fire. DU21889. SEE 
Slaughter, Howard Key. 



FIRE in the head. 
Lloyd Fremont. 



DU22614. SEE Chase, 



FIRE on the trail. DU21163. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
No. 680. 

THE FIRE trap. DU21302. SEE The 
Adventures of Frank Merriwell (Radio 
program) No. 143. 

FIRST daughter of the Confederacy. 
DP22259. SEE The Land We Live In 
(Radio program) Nov. 17, 1949. 

THE FIRST edition's murder case, 
DU22253. SEE The Sheriff (Radio 
program) No. 268. 

THE FIRST impression. DU21528. SEE 
Carson, Marco. 

FIRST NIGHTER (Radio program) 
Dramatic compositions in this series 
are by various authors. © Campana 
Sales Co. 

Mar. 24, 1949. Dark journey, by Sidney 

Marshall. © Ic 18Jul49; DU20789. 
Mar. 31, 1949. The care and feeding of 

Mr. Dobbs, by Sidney Renthal. © Ic 

l8Jul49; DU20790. 
Apr. 7, 1949. The broken string, by 

Norwood Chamber lin. © Ic 18Jul49; 

DU20791. 
Apr. 14, 1949. A woman's place, by 

Libby SoUis. © Ic 18Jul49; 

DU20792. 
May 5, 1949. The handwriting doesn't 

lie, by Sam Locke. © Ic 18Jul49; 

DU20793. 
May 12, 1949. Spring is loose again, by 

Virginia Safford Lynn. © Ic 18Jul49; 

DU20794. 



123 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



FIRST NIGHTER (Radio program) Cont'd. 
May 26, 1949. Nuisance case, by 

Sidney Renthal. © Ic 18Jul49; DU20795. 
June 9, 1949. The horse said "Yes, " by 

George Asness. © Ic 26Sep49; DU21504. 
June 16, 1949. Steffany gets engaged, 

by Virginia Safford Lynn. © Ic 

26Sep49; DU21584. 
June 30, 1949. For Pete's sake, by 

Joel Murcott. © Ic 26Sep49; DU21503. 
July 7, 1949. Incident on a park bench, 

by Gene Fromherz. © Ic 26Sep49; 

DU21527. 
July 14, 1949. See you in the comics, by 

Sidney Renthal. © Ic 26Sep49; DU21526. 
July 21, 1949. Uncle Henry, by Joel 

Murcott. © Ic 26Sep49; DU21586. 
Aug. 4, 1949. One of the boys, by 

Joel Murcott. © Ic 26Sep49; DU21585. 
Aug. 11, 1949. My lady, my love; by 

Gerry Day. © Ic 10Oct49; DU21723. 
Aug. 18, 1949. D as in dog, by Jean Lee 

Latham. © Ic 10Oct49; DU21724. 
Aug. 25, 1949. Pay-off, by Ann Dixon. 

© Ic 10Oct49; DU21701. 
Sept. 8, 1949. Martha in the morning, 

by John McGreevey. © Ic 10Oct49; 

DU21702. 
Sept. 15, 1949. His and hers, by Virginia 

Safford Lynn. © Ic 16Dec49; DU22574. 
Sept. 22, 1949. The appearance of 

murder, by Floyd Miller. © Ic 

16Dec49; DU22573. 
Sept. 29, 1949. Honeymoon express, by 

Joel Murcott. © Ic 16Dec49; DU22572. 



THE FIRST wonderful Christmas. 
SEE Luise, Ralph Joseph. 



DU21318. 



FISCHBACH, BERNICE WINFIELD. 
Tell me true; audition script by AnnBern 
Walter [pseud. ] © Bernice Winfield 
Fischbach; Ic 21Nov49; DU22258. 

FISCHER, ERICH. 

Johann, der muntre Seifensieder; ein 
lustiges Reimspiel (nach dem Hagedorn- 
schen Gedicht) von Erich Fischer, mit 
aiteren Volksliedern, bearbeitet von 
Erich Fischer. Berlin, Ed. Bote & 
G. Bock, cl922. 11 p. Piano vocal 
score; libretto laid in. © Associated 
Music Publishers, inc. (in notice: Ed. 
Bote & G. Bock); 15Nov22; DP22627. 

Mutter SchrOdern. DP22626. SEE Kreut- 
zer, Konradin. 

Seine Schwester. DP22625. SEE Offen- 
bach, Jacques. 

FISCHER, Helene. 
Mutter SchrOdern. DP22626. SEE 

Kreutzer, Konradin. 
Seine Schwester. DP22625. SEE Offen- 
bach, Jacques. 

FISCHER, WILLIAM LOUIS. 
Der eingebildete Kratike, Kom?*''.ie in 

drei Akten von J. B. Molifere. Frei 
Obersetzt von William L. Fischer. 
© William L. Fischer; Ic 29Aug49; 
DU21215. 

FISHER, AILEEN LUCL4. 
Christmas in ninety-nine words, a 
children's operetta in three scenes. 
Libretto by Aileen Fisher, music by 
Rebecca Welty Dunn. Evanston, 111. 
Row, Peterson [1949). 40 p. 
© Row, Peterson & Co. ; 20Sep49- 
DP21905. 

FISHER, Beatrice, pseud. See Hirsch, 
Beatrice. 

FISHER, EDNA. 
Time out, a play in two acts by Edna 
Fisher and Beatrice Levin. Music and 
lyrics by Edna Fisher. © Edna 
Fisher, Beatrice Levin; Ic 30Aug49; 
DU21238. 

FISHER, GRACE DOTHEA. 
Painted screens, a comedy in three acts 
by Dothea Davis [pseud] © Grace D. 
Fisher; Ic 25Aug49; DU21285. 



FISHER, Miriam Lois, pseud. SEE 
Wilson, Ira Bishop. 

FISHER. PHILIP. 
Diaper diary; audition tape recording. 
© Philip Fisher; Ic 5Jul49; C3829. 

FISHERMAN'S luck. C4245. SEE 
Turner, Winford Seth. 

FITTS, Dudley. 
Oedipus rex. A37017. SEE Sophocles. 

FITZGERALD, Robert. 
Oedipus rex. A37017. SEE Sophocles. 

FIVE STAR PRODUCTIONS. 
Stubby Nubbin, the Christmas donkey; 
television film cartoon. By Wayne 
McHenry [pseud, of Harry Wayne 
McMahan] and Tanis Chandler [pseud, 
of Ann Scott Goldthwaite] Episodes 
1-20. © Five Star Productions; Ic 
26Aug49; DU21227. 

THE FLAGS out there. DU22648. SEE 
Slote, Alfred H, 

FLAIANI, FLORINDO. 
La mamma in paradiso, dramma 
fiabesco in tre atti. Ascoli Piceno, 
Tipografia Ascolana, 1948. 38 p. 
© Florindo Flaiani; 31Dec48; DP22480. 

THE FLAMING bridge. DU20850. SEE 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 
No. 2568-1793. 

FLAMMARION, Ernest. 
Coco de France. AF10864. SEE Delhaye 

de Marnyhac, Therfese. 
Petites filles modernes. AF10863. 

SEE Delhaye de Marnyhac, Therese. 

FLASTER, Karl. 
The scarlet letter. DU21531. SEE 
Giannini, Vittorio. 

FLEISCHER, MAX. 
The amazing Dr. Walsh, a problem play 
in three acts. © Max Fleischer; Ic 
4Nov49; DU22000. 

THE FLESH cry. DU22551. SEE Selig, 
Herbert. 

FLIGHT into fantasy. DU22380. SEE 
Rolfs, Hans Wilhelm. 

FLOWERS, PRISCILLA. 

Let's go, a play in five scenes with a 
prologue and an epilogue. © Priscilla 
Flowers; Ic 17Nov49; DU22206. 

THE FLYING disk line ads. C4207. SEE 
Sharp, Phyllis Margaret. 

FOG Island. DP21897. SEE McCarty, 
Edward Clayton. 

FOLK songs of the world. C4122. SEE 
Franc, Robert. 

FOLLOW the snail. DU21244. SEE 
Hood, Ann. 

FOLLY'S cemetery. DU22191. SEE 
Woolley, Ivy Houtz. 

FONA-TEL. C4183. SEE Busch, 
Vincent J. 

FOODINI goes a'huntin . DU21171. SEE 
Lynn, Jeannette. 

FOODINI 'S trip to the moon. DU21172. 
SEE Lynn, Jeannette. 

FOOL'S noon. DU20629. SEE 
Snider, Richard Harlan. 

FOOT disease and cancer. C4251. SEE 
Wikler, Simon Joseph. 



FOOTLIGHT favorites. DP22125. SEE 
Miksch, W. F. 



FOOTLOOSE and fancy. 
Wallace, Morgan. 

FOR men only. DP21760. 
Arthur LeRoy. 



DU20777. SEE 



SEE Kaser, 



FOR Pete's sake. DU21503. SEE 
First Nighter (Radio program) June 30, 
1949. 

FOR she's a jolly good fellow. DU21831. 
SEE Merling, Jean Harriet. 

FOR the rich they sing. DU21317. SEE 
Kallesser, Michael. 

FOR those who serve. DU20707. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

FORCE against evil. DU21472. SEE 
The Lone Ranger ^adio program) 
No. 2613-1838. 



FORD, Eileen Otte. 
Ann Loring. C4289. 
Gerard William. 



SEE Ford, 



FORD, GERARD WILLIAM. 
Ann Loring, a fifteen minute daily radio 
serial, by Gerard William Ford and 
Eileen Otte Ford. [Background of the 
story and synopsis of the plot for a 
week in the series ] © Gerard William 
Ford, Eileen Otte Ford, known as 
The Fords; Ic lDec49; C4289. 

FORD Motor Company. 
The chump or the champ. DU21692. 

SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Do you want more birds. DU22555. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Executive speeches. C3882. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Larkin's letter. DU22557. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 
What do they have. DU20704. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
What every champ must know. DU20702. 

SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

FORD Motor Company. Ford division. 
Overdrive. DU22423. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

FORD Motor Company. Lincoln-Mercury 

Division. 

Better than ever. C4300, DU21929. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

Double-take. DU21690. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

Lincoln with hydra-matic transmission. 
DU20695. SEE Wilding Picture Pro- 
ductions, inc. 

The plan's thething. DU22422. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

Progress to date. DU22418. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

FORD Motor Connpany. Parts and Acces- 
sories Department. 
The case of Barney Judson. DU21696. 

SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
How to turn chrome into silver. 
DU20703. SEE Wilding Picture Produc- 
tions, inc. 
It could be anywhere. DU20697. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

FORD Motor Company. Service Department. 

Engine performance diagnosis (The 
story of Bernard Sure, D. D. G. ) 
DU21697. SEE Wilding Picture Produc- 
tions, inc. 

The magic of Loadamatic. DU21687. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

The 1949 suspension systems (Wheel 
alignment). C4189. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

Passenger car brakes (Step on it) 
DU21695. SEE Wilding Picture Produc- 
tions, inc. 



124 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



FORD Motor Company. Truck and Fleet 

Sales Department. 

A dream on wheels. DU20708. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

The meaning of "Bonus-built. " DU20700. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

My business is different. DU20705. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

Now is the time. DU20706. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

Reconditioning for quick turnover. 
DU20696. SEE Wilding Picture Pro- 
ductions, inc. 

FORD Motor Company. Used Truck 
Division. 

Nightmare buster. DU20698. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

THE FORDS. SEE Ford, Gerard WUliam. 

FOREMAN, Robert. 
Swan Soap radio program. C4133. 
SEE Lever Brothers Company. 

FORGERY frameup. DU22492. SEE The 
Lone Ranger (Radio program) No. 2643- 
1868. 

FORTUNE and men's eyes. DU20738. 
SEE Horowitz, Dorothy. 

THE FORTUNE hunters. DP21480. SEE 
St. Clair, Robert. 

THE FORTUNE teller. DU22082. SEE 
Earnshaw, Harry Alfred. 

FORTY-eight hours to pay. DU22290. 
SEE Challenge of the Yukon (Radio pro- 
gram) No. 711. 

FORTY miles around the moon. C4102. 
SEE Osborn, Charles William. 

FORTY miles from New York. DU22240. 
SEE Sokoloff, Ivan. 

'49er diary. SEE Muse, Violet Frances. 
Gold for dearie. DU22146. 

FORTY thousand Smiths. DU21096. SEE 
Pek, Desider P. 

FORWARD with the chUdren. DP21770. 
SEE Sumerau, Dorothy Lehman. 

FOBS, KENELM. 
A Christmas carol, a play in three parts, 
dramatized from the story by Charles 
Dickens. London, S. French [ 1949]. 
44 p. illus. (French's acting edition, 
no. 1377) ® Samuel French ltd. ; 
21Jun49; DP20658. 

FOSTER, DeEsta Houtz. 

Folly s cemetery. DU22191. SEE 
WooUey, Ivy Houtz. 

FOSTER, ELMA MICHAEL WILKINS. 
Serenade to the bidders; or. Serenade 
to Elizabeth. A motion picture 
synopsis by E. M. Wilkins. © Elma 
Michael Wilkins Foster- Ic 15Aub49- 
DU21106. ' 

The violet swans, a comedy in three acts 
© Elma Michael WUkins Foster; Ic 
8Aug49; on revisions; DU21027.' Prev. 
reg. "Evening, with swans"; 270ct46- 
DU5625. 



FOSTER, LEW. 
Ghost town, a musical comedy in two acts, 
with songs and dances. [Text and music 
on separate leaves] © Lew Foster- Ic 
310ct49; DU21960. 

FOSTER, the fire engine. DU20759. SEE 
Here's Heidy (Radio program) 
Feb. 20, 1949. 

FOUND money. DU21265. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 



FOUR minutes of fun. DP22179. SEE 
Huber, Louis Joseph. 

THE FOUR of hearts mystery. SEE Roos, 
William. EUery Queen's The four of 
hearts mystery. DP21855. 

FOURTEEN years of service. C4184. 
SEE Bethune, Mary McLeod. 

THE FOURTH time. . . you hang! DU22354. 
SEE Plainclothes Man (Television pro- 
gram) No . 8 . 

FOWKE, HELEN SHIRLEY. 
Devil take all, a play in three acts. 
© Helen Shirley Fowke; Ic 110ct49; 
DU21732. 

FOWLER, Winslow. SEE Clark, Margaret 
Winslow Fowler. 

FOX, CLEO JOHNSON. 
Smoke rings, a play with music in three 
acts. Book and lyrics by Cleo Johnson 
Fox, nnusic by Mary Beno Glascock. 
[Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Mrs. Cleo Johnson Fox; Ic 21Jul49; 
DU20997. 

FOX, Gibson. SEE 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 

FOX, LUACINE CLARK. 
The stars hung low, a musical play in 
three acts. [Music for song attached]. 
© Luacine Clark Fox; Ic 15Jul49; 
DU20776. 

FOXY outfoxed. DU21365. SEE 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 
No. 2602-1827. 

FRADEL, Judy, pseud. SEE Wolfson, 
Gertrud. 

FRAENKEL. HELENE ESBERG. 
Bosom of the famUy. DU22443. SEE 

Free, Marion Allen. 
There was a little girl, a play in three 
acts. © Helene Esberg Fraenkel; 
Ic 22Sep49; DU21850. 

FRAGMENT. DU22368. SEE Smalley, 
Webster Leroy. 

A FRAME-UP. DU22350. SEE Actor's 
Studio (Television program) No. 3. 

FRANC, ROBERT. 
Folk songs of the world; radio script. 
© Robert Franc; Ic 23Sep49; C4122. 

FRANCES, CHARLOTTE. 
The Carter Street story, a play in three 

acts. London, Fortune Press [1949]. 

73 p. © Charlotte Frances; 15Feb49; 

DP20956. 
Western wind, a comedy drama in three 

acts. London, Fortune Press [1949]. 

67 p. © Charlotte Frances; 13Feb49; 

DP21291. 

FRANCIS, CHARLES, pseud. 

Aunt Silly, a comedy in three acts by 
Charles Francis [pseud, of Carey 
Leonard Ballew, Charles Francis 
Horner, and Bryan Ridgway Horner] 
© Charles Francis; 14Jul49; DP20797. 

Aunt Silly, a comedy in three acts by 
Charles Francis [pseud, of Carey 
Leonard Ballew, Charles Francis 
Horner, and Bryan Ridgway Horner] 
© Charles Francis; 17Aug49; on 
revisions; DP21145. 

Aant Silly (She's no lady, she's a him); 
a comedy in three acts by Charles 
Francis [pseud, of Carey Leonard 
Ballew, Charles Francis Horner, and 
Bryan Ridgway Horner] © Charles 
Francis; 110ct49; on revisions; 
DP21752. 



FRANCIS, Milt. 
Swing east. DU22644. 
John Joseph. 



SEE Byrne, 



FRANC Kj^ MARCEL. 
Les maitres nageuj-s, pifece en trois actes. 
Mise en scfene dJEmile Dars. cl949. 
(In Realites litteraires, n. 26. Paris, 
ra?9. 48 p. ) © Marcel Franck; 
15Jul49; DP-08. 

FRANCOIS-JEANTET, JEAN. 
Mademoiselle Adelaide, pifece en trois 
actes. cl949. (In France illustration. 
Le Monde illustreT supplement theatral 
et litteraire, n. 35. Paris, 1949. 
30 p.) ©J. Frangois-Jeantet (ps. de 
Jean Plazanet); 28May49; DP21183. 



FRANK, Lee. 
The chord. DU21341. 
Irene. 



SEE Mansure, 



FRANK, SIDNEY AARON. 
Favorite son, a play in two scenes. 

© Sidney A. Frank; Ic 190ct49; 

DU21828. 
Seat of learning, a play in three acts. 

© Sidney A. Frank; Ic 8Nov49; DU22045. 
Somewhere around the Indiana-Oklahoma 

border, a dramatic sketch. © Sidney 

A. Frank; Ic 5Dec49; DU22362. 

FRANK, STANLEY NEWTON. 
Prestige, an original play in three acts. 
© Stanley Newton Frank; Ic 7Dec49; 
DU22432. 

FRANK Drake. DU22651. SEE Plain- 
clothes Man (Television program) 
No. 11. 

FRANK Johnson. DU21739. SEE 
Famous Jury Trials (Television program) 

No. 1. 

FRANK Merriwell's promise. DU21297. 
SEE The Adventures of Frank Merriwell 
(Radio program) No. 138. 

FRANK Shea. C3874. SEE The American 
Way (Radio program) 

FRANK Sinkwich. C4151. SEE The 
American Way (Radio program) 

FRANKEL, CHARLES. 
Semper fidelis, a play in three acts. 
© Charles Frankel; Ic 20Sep49; DU21456. 

FRANKEL, Doris. SEE 
Actor's Studio (Television program) 

FRANKEL, HERBERT. 
Cloud of darkness, a new play in three 

acts, with prologue and epilogue. 

© Herbert Frankel; Ic 270ct49; 

DU21926. 
Seewood's folly, a new musical comedy in 

two acts by Herbert Frankel and Gig 

Friedman. [Text only] © Herbert 

Frankel, Gig Friedman; Ic 110ct49; 

DU21731. 

FRANKIE and the firebug. DP20988. SEE 
Guralnik, Shirley. 

FRANKIE Frisch. C3869. SEE 
The American Way (Radio program) 



FRANKLY speaking. DP20580. 
Martens, Anne (Coulter) 



SEE 



FRASER, Elizabeth Margaret. 
La mort de Solon. DP20735. SEE 
Corneille, Pierre, supposed author. 

FRASER, Ferrin. SEE Nick Carter. 
Master Detective (Radio program) 

FRASER, MARY HARRISON. 
Fashionably yours; test film script by 
Mary H. Fraser and Robert C. Healey. 
© Mary Fraser, Robert C. Healey; Ic 
26Sep49; DU21525. 



880484 O - 50 - 3 



125 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE FRED ALLEN SHOW (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Mr. and 
Mrs. Fred Allen. © Mr. and Mrs. Fred 
Allen . 

June 19, 1949. © Ic 6Jul49; DU20647. 
June 26, 1949. © Ic 6Jul49; DU20646. 

FRED Clarke. C4068. SEE The 
American Way (Radio program) 



FREDERIC W. Ziv Company. 
(Frederic W. ) Company. 



SEE Ziv 



FREDERICK (C. ) and Associates. 
G clef on the diamond. DP21337. 
Lucks, Charles Frederick. 



SEE 



FREE, MARION ALLEN. 
Bosoni of the family, a comedy in three 
acts, by Marion Allen and Helene Esberg 
Fraenkel. © Marion Allen Free, Helene 
Fraenkel; Ic 8Dec49; on revisions; 
DU22443. Prev. reg. 12Jul46; 
DU4523. 

FREEDMAN, JULIAN. 
A pocketful of love, a one-act operetta 
by Julian Freedman and Eden Vale. 
(Text only] © Eden Vale, Julian Freed- 
man; Ic 22Jul49; DU20922. 

FREEDMAN, PHILIP M. 
Gardenias for Julia, a play in two acts. 
From an idea by Paul Shardell [pseud, 
of Philip M. Freedman] and Charles 
Dorrey. © Philip M. Freedman; Ic 
10Nov49; DU22093. 
My dear Patricia, a play in two acts by 
Paul Shardell [pseud. ] © Philip M. 
Freedman; Ic 28Dec49; DU22682. 



FREEDOM is a dove. DU21130. 
Matz, James Mario. 



SEE 



FREEMAN, LEA DAVID. 
At Sadie's, a comedy in three acts by 
Lea Freeman and G. A. Dallwig. 
© Lea David Freeman, George Arthur 
Dallwig; Ic llAug49; on revisions; 
DU21081. Prev. reg. "Cut rate 
people," lApr38; D56154. 

FREEMAN, Mary Eleanor (Wilkins) 
Clarissa. DU22100. SEE 
Actor's Studio (Television program) 
No. 40. 

FREEMAN, William. 
We dream awhile. C4099. SEE 
Voss, Kittle Keepers. 

FREEMASONS. VIRGINIA CITY, MONT. 

ROYAL ARCH MASONS. CHAPTER 

NO. 1. 

Ritual of the queens of the temple of the 
Royal Arch, by William R. Kohls. 
© Virginia City Chapter Number 1, 
Royal Arch Masons; Ic 9Dec49; C4295. 

FREGIUM. DU22587. SEE Lang, Andre. 

FRENCH, Samuel. 
Accidentally yours. DP21000. SEE 

Snapp, Pauline Williams. 
Ask me no questions. DP21001. SEE 

Levy, Edward J. 
Caught in the villain's web. DP22473. 

SEE Braun, Wilbur. 
Domestic symphony. DP21402. SEE 

Braun, Wilbur. 
Fancy meeting you. DP21840. SEE 

Taggart, Tom. 
Hansel and Gretel. DP22474. SEE 

Masters, Lillian Decker. 
John Shanahan , me boy. DP21400. SEE 

Casey, Francis Michael. 
A little bird of a woman. DP21845. SEE 

Sehon, Frank. 
Man in the house. DP21841. SEE 

Taggart, Tom. 
Many happy returns. DP20999. SEE 

George, Charles. 
Melody Jones. DP21059. SEE Hale, 

Nathan. 



No place like home. DP21838. SEE 

Reach, James. 
One-act plays for stage and study. 

AA136700. SEE One-act plays for stage 

and study. 
The people next door. DP22472. SEE 

Reach, James. 
Rehearsal for death. DP22475. SEE 

Batson, George. 
See how they run. DP22478. SEE 

King, Philip. 
Thanks to Mary Ann. DP22479. SEE 

Elser, Donald. 
That Brewster boy. DP21401. SEE 

Hopkins, Paulifie. 
Up to your ears. DP22477. SEE 

Parkhirst, Douglass F. 
Your time is up. DP21002. SEE 

Braun, Wilbur. 

FRENCH (Samuel) ltd. 
A la carte. DP21338. SEE Melville, 

Alan. 
Blood and thunder. DP21430. SEE 

Johnsofr, Philip. 
The cat and the cream. DP20812. SEE 

Dinner, William,. 
A Christmas carol. DP20658. SEE 

Foss, Kenelm. 
Green grow the cabbages. DP21810. 

SEE Johnson, Philip. 
Harlequinade. DP22467. SEE Rattigan, 

Terence. 
Hope springs eternal. DP21835. SEE 

Johnson, Philip. 
Land of make-believe. DP21057. SEE 

Lely, Cyril A. 
The leaning shepherdess. DP21146. 

SEE Dinner, William. 
The letter. DP21704 SEE Maugham, 

William Somerset. 
Michael. DP20810. SEE Malleson, Miles. 
Mother to Solomon. DP20657. SEE 

Monger, David. 
The phantom light. DP21812. SEE 

Price, Evadne. 
Play without end. DP21061. SEE 

Dinner, William. 
Robinson Crusoe. DP22469 SEE 

Carter, Margaret. 
Sense and sensibility. DP21062. SEE 

Antony, Jonquil. 
Strange parallel. DP208U. SEE 

Agg, Howard. 
Sugar plum. DP21635. SEE Macrae, 

Arthur . 
There's no problem. DP21058. SEE 

Jones, Gwenyth. 
The tree. DP21834. SEE Arlett, Vera 

Isabel. 
We took a cottage. DP22468. SEE 

Harris, Mary. 
Young Chippie. DP21147. SEE Wallace, 
Lewis Grant. 

FREQUENCY modulation. C4230. SEE 
Gorder, Leslie Orlando. Transpondence 
course ER. No. 22. 

FREQUENCY modulation receivers. 
C4193-4195. SEE Gorder, 
Leslie Orlando. Transpondence course 
ER. No. 19-21. 

FRESH paint. DU21940. SEE Lowe, 
Joseph. 

FRESH, variable winds. DP22677. SEE 
Stirling, Nora. 

FRIEDMAN, Gig. 
Seewood's folly. DU21731. SEE 
Frankel, Herbert. 

FRIEDMAN, Herman. 
Spot the buck. DU21731. SEE 
Frankel, Herbert. 

FRIENDLY wine. DU21426. SEE 
Manss, Constance Alice Louise. 

FRIENDSHIP sweepstakes radio program. 
C4314. SEE Lange, John Fred. 



FRITZ, Don. SEE Fritz, Edmond Don. 

FRITZ, EDMOND DON. 
More than just beautiful, dramatic revue 
in two acts based on ideas by Don 
Fritz. Book by Don Fritz and Greta 
Hartwig [pseud. ] lyrics by Greta 
Hartwig [pseud, of Margarethe 
Manschinger] © Don Fritz; Ic 16Dec49; 
DU22569. 

FROM the Rio Grande to top of the world. 
C3966. SEE Perkins, Lewis Bryant. 



FROMHERZ, Gene. 
Incident on a park bench. DU21527. 
First Nighter (Radio program) 
July 7, 1949. 



SEE 



FRONT and center. C4185. 
Coca-Cola Connpany. 



SEE 



THE FRONT PAGE (Television program) 
Scripts in this series are based on the 
play of the same title by Ben Hecht and 
Charles MacArthur. Adapted by Alvin 
Sapinsley. © World Video, inc. 

1. Sept. 29, 1949. © Ic 10Oct49; 
DU21725. 

2. [Oct. 6, 1949] © Ic 5Dec49; 
DU22351. 

3. Oct. 13, 1949. © Ic 250ct49; 
DU21882. 

4-5. Oct. 20, [28)1949. © Ic each 

14NOV49; DU22152-22153. 
6. Nov. 3, 1949. © Ic 5Dec49; DU22372. 
7-8. Nov. 10, 17, 1949. © Ic each 

5Dec49; DU22352-22353. 
9. Nov. 24, 1949. © Ic 8Dec49- 

DU22445. 
10. Dec. 1, 1949. © Ic 16Dec49- 

DU22571. 



THE FROZEN web. DU20868. SEE 
Brentano, Lowell. 

FRUIT salad. DP22703. SEE Kistler, 
Grace Olsen. 

FRY, CHRISTOPHER. 

The lady's not for burning, a comedy 
[in three acts] London, Oxford Univ. 
Press, 1949. 98 p. ©Christopher 
Fry; 3Mar49; DP21287. Prev. reg. 
21Apr48; DU14252. 

Venus observed, a play in three acts. 
© Christopher Fry; Ic 16Dec49; 
DU22643. 

FUE, CHARLES. 
Betweenthe two, a dramatic narrative in 
three parts. [Stamford, Conn. , Brock 
and Wallston, 1949]. 113 p. ©Charles 
Fue; 190ct49; DP22023. 

FULDA, LUDWIG. 
Improvement of character, a comedy in 
three acts. Translated from the 
German by George Altman. © George 
J. Altman; Ic 15Sep49; DU21405. 

FULGIONE, GREGORY. 
La canzone di Nennella, dramma in due 

atti. Providence, cl949. 35 p. 

illus. © Gregory Fulgione; 12Nov49- 

DP22313. 
La canzone di Nennella; o, Papd Nicola. 

A play in eleven scenes. © Gregory 

Fulgione; Ic 18Jul49; DU20784. 

FULLER, JULIA BENNETT. 
The tides of Wall Street, a comedy of 
scenes in three acts by Julia Bennett 
and Rudolph ver Mehr, Jr. © Julia 
Bennett Fuller, Rudolph ver Mehr, Jr.; 
Ic 20Jul49; DU20940. 



I 



FULLER, Rex, pseud. 
Rogoff, Ellas M. 



SEE 



FUN on the farm. DU21351. 
Eisenberg, Philip. 



SEE 



126 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



FUNK, ROBERT SOUTHWICK. 

Television science club, a thirty-minute 
television program, by Robert Southwick 
Funk and Lynn DeVere Poole. © Robert 
Southwick Funk; 26Jul49; DP20905. 

FUNNy story. DU22448. SEE Butt, 
Harold Charles. 

FYLEMAN, ROSE. 
Red-Riding-Hood [a children's operetta] 
Libretto by Rose Fyleman, music by 
Will Grant [pseud, of Wilhlem Grosz] 
London, Oxford Univ. Press [1949]. 
55 p. © The Oxford Univ. Press; 
21Apr49; DP-01. 



G clef on the diamond. DP21337. SEE 
Lucks, Charles Frederick. 



"G" is for Gloria. 
Hoben, Alice M. 

GAERTNER, Hans. 
Fiesta. DU20832. 
Alfred. 



DU20867. SEE 



SEE Gruenwald, 



GAFKE, ELSIE. 
A Christmas street scene, a one-act 
play for juveniles. Evanston, 111. , 
Row, Peterson, cl949. 26 p. 
© Row, Peterson & Co. ; 30Jun49; 
DP20674. 

GAITHER, GANT. 
Time out for love, a play in three acts 
© Gant Gaither; Ic 4Nov49; DU22113. 

GALA day. DU22308. SEE Locke, 
Elizabeth Joan Stuart. 

GALLAHAN, BETTY JANE. 
Fearless Morton, a play written for 
radio. © Betty Jane Gallahan; Ic 
23Sep49; DU21519. 
Homer and the Brownies from Christmas- 
ville, a dramatic sketch. © Betty Jane 
Gallahan; Ic 14Dec49; DU22545. 

GAMBLE Hinged Music Company. 
Halka. DP22412. SEE Moniuszko, 
Stanislaw. 



A GAME of cards. 
Louis Richard. 



DU21955. SEE Thoma, 



GANGBUSTERS (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Phillips 
H. Lord, inc. ® Phillips H. Lord, inc. 

596. Aug. 13, 1949. Case of the un- 
divided C's. © Ic 23Aug49; DU21153. 

GANNON, James Kimball. 
The miracle of scraggly Top. DU20688. 

SEE McGowan, John Wesley. 
Sing to the moon. DU21999. SEE 

DeKoven, David. 

GANNON, Kim. SEE Gannon, James 
Kimball. 

GANTILLON, SIMON. 
Maya; spectacle en un prologue, neuf 
tableaux et un epilogue. [Paris, G. Baty, 
1927]. 101 p. illus. (Masques; 
cahiers d'art dramatique. 5. cahier) 
© Simon Gantillon; ljan27; DP20830. 
Maya; spectacle en un prologue, neuf 
tableaux, et un Epilogue. La presente 
Edition est definitive, et cbmporte un 
certain nombre de retouches, additions 
ou suppressions. © Simon Gantillon; Ic 
12Dec49; DU22486. 

GARDEMAL, LOUIS GASTON. 
When the bough breaks, a play in two 
acts. © Louis Gaston Gardemal- Ic 
8Jul49; DU20669. 



THE GARDENER'S dog. DP21295. 
Vega Carpio, Lope F^lix de. 



SEE 



GARDENIAS for Julia. DU22093. SEE 
Freedman, Philip M. 

GARDNER, WILLARD LEON. 
A matter of life and death, a play in 
three acts. ® Willard Leon Gardner; 
Ic 21Sep49; on revisions; DU21485. 
Prev. reg. "Life versus death"; 
270ct37; DU52889. 

GARTNER, JACOB EDWARD. 

Wild mallard duck calling, parts 1-2. 
[Address] © Jacob Edward Gartner; 
Ic 60ct49; C4159. 

GARTNER, MARIE. 
Revolutions per minute, a play in two 
acts by Marie Gartner and John McGov- 
ern. © Mimi Gartner; Ic lAug49; 
DU20939. 

GARTNER, Mimi. SEE Gartner, Marie. 

GARVEY, RALPH J. 
Don't be a monkey. [Radio script] 

©Rev. Ralph J. Garvey; Ic 8Jul49; 

C3850. 
Elephants never forget. [Radio script] 

© Rev. Ralph J. Garvey; Ic 8Jul49- 

C3849. 
The greatest show on earth. [Radio 

script] © Rev. Ralph J. Garvey; Ic 

8Jul49; C3852. 
The Hail Mary. [Radio script] © Rev. 

Ralph J. Garv^ey; Ic 8Jul49; C3853. 
The Lord s Prayer. [Radio script] 

© Rev. Ralph J. Garvey; Ic 8Jul49; 

C3851. 
The man on the flying trapeze. [Radio 

script] © Rev. Ralph J, Garvey; Ic 

8Jul49; C3846. 
The show must go on. [Radio script] 

© Rev. Ralph J. Garvey; Ic 8Jul49; 

C3847. 
Stubborn as an old mule. [Radio script] 

©Rev. Ralph J. Garvey; Ic 8Jul49; 

C3848. 

GASLIGHT village. C4226. SEE 
Selleck, Milton. 

GASSNER, JOHN. 
Twenty-five best plays of the modern 
American theatre. Early series. 
New York, Crown Publishers [1949] 
756 p. Contents. —"The hairy ape, " 
by Eugene O'Neill. — Desire under the 
elms, by Eugene O'Neill. — What 
price glory? By Laurence Stallings and 
Maxwell Anderson. — They knew what 
they wanted, by Sidney Howard. — Beg- 
gar on horseback, by G. S. Kaufman and 
Marc Connelly. — Craig's wife, by 
George Kelly. — Broadway, by Philip 
Dunning and George Abbott. — Paris 
bound, by Philip Barry. — The road to 
Rome, by R. E Sherwood. — The second 
man, by S. N. Behrman. — Saturday's 
children, by Maxwell Anderson. — Porgy, 
by Dorothy and Du Bose Heyward. —The 
front page, by Ben Hecht and Charles 
MacArthur. — Machinal, by Sophie 
Treadwell. — Gods of the lightning, by 
Maxwell Anderson and Harold Hickerson. 
— Street scene, by Elmer Rice. — Strictly 
dishonorable, by Preston Sturges. — 
Berkeley Square, by J. L Balderston. — 
The clod, by Lewis Beach. — Trifles, by 
Susan Glaspell. — He, by Eugene O'Neill. 
— Aria da capo, by E. St. V. Millay. — 
Poor Aubrey, by George Kelly. — White 
dresses, by Paul Green. — Minnie 
Field, by E. P. Conkle. — Supplementary 
list of plays (p. 754-755) — Bibliography 
(p. 756) © Crown Publishers; 17Jun49; 
A34319. 

GASTONE, Michael. 
You have a chance. DU21315. SEE 
Glass, Everett. 

GAUL. HARRIET AVERY. 
Take it easy, Tony [a television series] 
Script 1: Home folks. Script 9; 
Mardi gras. © Harriet Avery Gaul; 
Ic each 5Dec49; DU22369. 



THE GAY counterfeit. DU21579. 
Crawford, Georgina Poppleton 



SEE 



GEHRI, ALFRED. 
La double vie de M. Leonard, comedie en 
trois actes. © Alfred Gehri; Ic 29Nov49; 
DU22582. 

GEIGER, Mary Aaron. 
Angel of the forest. DU20806. SEE 
Geiger, Washington Thomas Park. 

GEIGER, WASHINGTON THOMAS PARK. 
Angel of the forest, a three-act play by 
W. T P Geiger and Mary A. Geiger. 
© W. T. P. Geiger, Mary A. Geiger; Ic 
18Jul49; DU20806. 

GELZER, JAY. 
Lamb of God, a play in three acts. © Jay 
Gelzer; Ic 29Aug49; DU21219. 

GENE Autry Productions. SEE 
Autry (Gene) Productions. 

GENERAL Exchange Insurance Corporation 
Motor Insurance Corporation. 
Right again'. C3922. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

GENERAL Motors Acceptance Corporation. 
It's about time. C3921. SEE Handy 
(Jam) Organization, inc. 

GENERAL Motors Corporation. Chevrolet 
Motor Division. 

Value in volume. C3918. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

GENERAL Motors Corporation. Frigidaire 
Division. 
The better way. C3856. SEE 

Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
Especially for you. C3860. SEE 

Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
Profit in a package. C3858. SEE 

Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 
There's profit in the air. C3857. SEE 

Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

GENERAL Motors Corporation. Oldsmobile 
Division. 
The Oldsmobile Futuramics. C4188. 

SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Oldsmobile TV, script 4. DU22556. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Television spots. DU21930. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
The territory. DU21931. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Trail of the rocket. DU21936. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

THE GENEROUS hobo. DU21474. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
No. 688. 

GENS, OSKAR. 
The broken vase, a three-act play. 
© Oskar Gens; Ic 14Nov49; on revisions; 
DU22207. Prev. reg. "The girl in the 
painting;" 19May48; DU14831. 

THE GENTLE Spanish woman. DU21359. 
SEE The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 
No. 2605-1830. 



THE GENTLEMAN. DU21210. 
Hinckley, Catherine Henry. 



SEE 



GENTRY, ROBERT CARLTON. 
Bats in your belfry, a comedy in three 
acts by Bob Gentry and Harry Long. 
© Robert Carlton Gentry, Harrison Reed 
Long; Ic 16Sep49; DU21422. 

GEORGE, CHARLES. 
Many happy returns, a comedy in one act, 

by Leona Stephens HoUister [pseud. ] 

New York, S. French, cl949. 30 p. 

illus. © Samuel French; ljul49; 

DP20999. 
Ma's new husband, a funny farce in three 

acts. Boston, Baker's Plays [1949]. 

76 p. illus. (Baker's royalty plays) 



127 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



GEORGE, CHARLES. Cont'd. 

© Walter H. Baker Co. ; 22Sep49; on 
revisions; DP21601. Prev. reg. 
10Oct42; DP82063. 

GEORGE, JAMES CHRISTIE. 
Page in the groom, a musical comedy- 
drama in three acts and five scenes by 
Joseph Christie [pseud, of James Christ- 
ie George] Music in collaboration with 
Richard Falk, lyrics by Gertrude Selby. 
[Text and music on separate leaves. 
Includes songs no. 1-5, 7, 9-12, 
14-20. Tentative titles: Honeymoon 
aflying; Kidnap the bride. ] © James 
Christie George; Ic 270ct49; 
DU21973. 

GEORGE Halas. C4147. SEE 
The American Way (Radio program) 

GEORGE Magerkurth. C3870. SEE 
The American Way (Radio program) 

GEORGE Sisler. C3958. SEE The 
American Way (Radio program) 

GEORGE Stallings. C4068. SEE 
The American Way (Radio program) 

GEORGIA story. DU21075. SEE Cox, 
Constance. 

GERHART, ROBERT MARTIN. 
Name it and take it; radio script. 
© Robert Martin Gerhart; 2Nov49; 
DP22084. 

GERMWAR. DU22548. SEE Burkhardt, 
George Henry. 

GERSTENBERG, ALICE. 
White collars, a three act play. ©Alice 
Gerstenberg; Ic 25Nov49; DU22286. 

GERWIN, CLIFFORD. 
God and an enlisted man, a play in three 
acts. © Clifford Gerwin; Ic lDec49- 
DU22331. 

GET the coast on the phone. DU21196. 
SEE Aaberg, Jean Littlejohn. 

GHEON, HENRI. 
Sleeping princess, by Henri Gheon, tr. 
by Rita Jayne Deering. River Forest, 
111., Rosary College, 1949. 50 p. 
English translation of "La belle au bois 
dormant. " © Rosary CoUege; 27Jun49- 
DP20656. 

THE GHOST from Chinatree. DU22636. 
SEE The Shadow (Radio program) 
No. 390. 

GHOST town. DU21960. SEE Foster, Lew. 

GIANNINI, VITTORIO. 
The scarlet letter (Das Brandmal, 11 
marchio) An opera in two parts and 
four scenes, by Vittorio Giannini. Eng- 
lish text by Karl Piaster. Freely adapt- 
ed from the novel of the same title by 
Nathaniel Hawthorne. [Text and music 
on separate leaves] © Vittorio Giannini; 
Ic 26Sep49; DU21531. 

GIBBONS, CHLOE PECK. 
The Tone family, a series of lectures 
for teaching elementary music. With 
illustrations. © Chloe Peck Gibbons; 
Ic 6Sep49; C4044. 

GIBBONS, EDWARD WILLIAM. 
A chill on the wind, a play in three acts. 
© Edward Gibbons; Ic 8Aug49; DU2I029. 

GIBBS, HARRY COCHRAN. 
Skeeter Bill of the Lightning 'C. ' As 
broadcast on Station WWXL, Peoria, 
Illinois. Oct. 22, 1949. © Harry C. 
Gibbs; Ic 280ct49; DU22440. 

GIBNEY, Morgan W. 
And the truth shall make you free. 



DU22421. SEE Wilding Picture Pro- 
ductions, inc. 

The house that faith buUt. DU20701. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

How's about it. DU21689, DU22428. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

Rainbows to order. DU20710. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

The simple truth. DU21266. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

Tailor-made dollars. DU21268. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

The tire that changes everything. 
DU22554. SEE Wilding Picture Pro- 
ductions, inc. 

GIBOREI Isroel lefonim vehayom. 
DP22038. SEE Brevda, Moses. 

GIBSON, GEROLT. 

The midnight enigma, a play in three 
acts. © Gerolt Gibson; Ic 50ct49; 
on revisions; DU21674. Prev. reg. 
22Dec47; DU12422. 

GIBSON, WILLIAM. 
Sea change, a comedy of artifice in 
two acts. © William Gibson; Ic 
20Sep49; DU21520. 

GIBSON Refrigerator Company. 
The finest first. DU21693. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

GIDEON and the angel. DU21572. SEE 
The Children's Chapel (Radio program) 
No. 55. 

GIDEON and the strange battle. DU21569. 
SEE The Children's Chapel (Radio pro- 
gram) No. 58. 

GIDEON destroys the altar of Baal. 
DU21571. SEE The ChUdren's Chapel 
(Radio program) No. 56. 

GIDEON recruits his army. DU21570. 
SEE The Children's Chapel (Radio pro- 
gram) No. 57. 

THE GIFT divine. DP21190. SEE 
Parker, Thelma M. 

THE GIFT of hope. C4199. SEE 
Grantham, Katherine E. 

GILBERT, Robert. 
Die Musik kommtl DP21819. SEE 
Straus, Oscar. 

GILBERT, William. 
Your musical diary. C4011. SEE 
Weinstock, Jacob Laurence. 

GILBERT, William Schwenck. 
Mikado. SEE Johnstone, Thomas Arthur. 

DU22349. 
Not in the flesh. DU21148. SEE Page, 
Marian. 

GILCHRIST, Henrietta. SEE Beers, 
Henrietta Gilchrist. 

GILDED sepulchers. DP21815. SEE 
Squires, Beulah Greene. 

GILLIVAN, JAMES JOSEPH. 
In the morning, a ply in two acts. 
© James Joseph Gillivan; Ic 14Jul49; 
DU20747. 

GILMORE, EDWARD JOSEPH. 
Birthday party, a semi-serious play in 

one act. Evanston, 111. , Row, Peterson 

[1949]. 28 p. © Row, Peterson & Co. ; 

21Sep49; DP21903. 
Green autumn, a comedy in two acts. 

© Edward Joseph Gilmore, Jr. ; Ic 

19Sep49; DU21445. 

GIRAUDOUX, Jean. 
The madwoman of Chaillot. SEE The 
Burns Mantle best plays of 1948-49. 
AA132040. 



GIRL in the mist. DU21985. SEE 
Dr. Christian (Radio program) No. 572. 

THE GIRL next door. DU21741. SEE 
Mogle, William. 

GIRLS alone. DU21095. SEE Kundrat, 
Theodore Victor. 

GIUSTI, ARNDT HANIEL. 

Of such small dreams; a comedy in three 
acts by Arndt Giusti and Ethel and 
David Rosenberg, based on characters 
in Ethel Rosenberg's novel "Go fight 
City Hall." © Arndt Giusti, Ethel 
Rosenberg, David Rosenberg; Ic lJul49- 
DU20612. 

Ticket to nowhere, a play in three acts. 
©Arndt Giusti; Ic 27Dec49; DU22680. 
Prev. reg. "Lilith, " 13Jun38; DU57503. 

GIVE a little. DU21962. SEE 
Allison, Theodore. 

GIVING double, getting double. DU21047. 
SEE McGraw, Jock. 

GLADIN, LEO LEONARD. 
The development of the neuro- physical 
organism under environmental stress. 
[Lecture] © Leo Leonard Gladin; Ic 
21Dec49; C4315. 

GLAGOLIN, Boris Serge. 
The gardener's dog. DP21295. SEE 
Vega Carpio, Lope Felix de. 

GLAMOROUS ladies. DU22247. SEE 
Bachrach, Ruth Barclay. 

GLAMOUR boy. DP21898. SEE Olson, 
Esther Evangeline. 

GLASCOCK, Mary Beno. 
Smoke rings. DU20997. SEE 
Fox, Cleo Johnson. 

GLASER, JEROME. 
Lectures in pediatric allergy. 
Pediatric seminars. Strong Memorial 
Hospital, 1949. © Jerome Glaser, M. D. 
Ic 18JU149; C3886. 

GLASS, Albert. 
I beg to disagree with Horace Greely. 
C3981. SEE Glass, Miriam. 

GLASS, EVERETT. 
You have a chance, a play in three acts 
by Everett Glass and Michael Gastone. 
© Everett Glass, Michael Gastone; Ic 
6Sep49; DU21315. 

GLASS, MIRIAM. 
I beg to disagree with Horace Greely. 
[Address] © Albert Glass; Ic 5Aug49; 
C3981. 

THE GLASS roadblock. DU22398. SEE 
Bermingham, William Edward. 

THE GLEAM. DP21292. SEE Chetham- 
Strode, Warren. 

GLENDINNING, JOHN ANDREW. 
The tunnel, a new play in three acts. 
[Alternate titles: The live long day; 
Behind the wire; The lead ticket; Any 
day now] © John Andrew Glendinning; Ic 
13Sep49; DU21374. 

GLENN, Davis. C4152. SEE 
The American Way (Radio program) 

GLESSING, Molly, pseud. SEE 
Darrell, Bronwen. 

GLOOBY game. DU22379. SEE 
Aylsworth, Margaret Laurel. 

THE GLORIFIED brat. DU20638. SEE 
Emery, Charles. 

GLORIOUS answer. SEE McGlashan, 
Mariel, Sister. The woman in the pic- 
ture. DU20816. 



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THE GLORIOUS whitewasher. DU22221. 
SEE Chorpenning, Charlotte (Barrows). 

GLOWACKI, John Michael. 
Robin Hood. DP22006. SEE DeKoven, 
Reginald. 

THE GOBBLER gobbler. DU22287. SEE 
The Green Hornet (Radio prograna) 
No. 974. 

GOD and Abraham Lincoln. DP22608. 
SEE Kreif, Lois. 

GOD and an enlisted man. DU22331. 
SEE Gerwin, Clifford. 

GODDESS and god. DU21639. SEE 
Balderston, John Lloyd. 

A GODDESS to a god. SEE Balderston, 
John Lloyd. Goddess and god. DU21639. 

GOD'S bed-time story of sane-sex. C4023. 
SEE Fipps, William Frederick. 

GOETHE, Johann Wolfgang von. 
Faust. SEE De Leon, Jack. Goethe's 
Faust. DP21041. 

GOETHE'S Faust. DP21041. SEE De Leon, 
Jack. 

GOETZ, AUSTIN. 

College is terrific, a farce-comedy in 
three acts. Boston, Baker's Plays 
[1949]. 85 p. illus. (Baker's royalty 
plays) © Walter H. Baker Co. ; 
15Sep49; DP21452. 

The mad house, a comedy in three acts by 
Roy Allen [pseud. ] Boston, Baker's 
Plays [1949]. 85 p. illus. (Bakers' 
royalty plays) © Walter H. Baker Co. , 
25Jul49; DP20925. 

GOGGAN, JOHN PATRICK. 
Earth and high heaven, a play in three 
acts by John Patrick [pseud. ] Based on 
the novel of the same title by Gwethalyn 
Graham. © John Patrick; Ic 30Sep49; 
DU21630. 

GOING, Mrs. Carson C. 
Morning faces. DU21079. SEE Dickens, 
Dean. 

going; going: gone'. C4224. SEE 
Hayes, Benjamin F. 

GOIT, WHITNEY. 
Revenge, a play in three acts. © Whitney 
Goit; Ic 190ct49; DU21830. 

GOLD for dearie. DU22146. SEE 
Muse, Violet Frances. 

THE GOLD in her hair. DU21121. SEE 
Appell, Den. 

GOLDBERG, Mel. SEE 
Actor's Studio (Television program) 

GOLDBERGER, ARNOLD. 
Too many chandeliers, a drama in three 
acts. © Arnold Goldberger; Ic 21Dec49; 
DU22618. 

GOLDBLATT, SAUL. 
A world to change, an original screenplay. 
© Saul Goldblatt; Ic 19Aug49; DU21393. 

THE GOLDEN beam. DU22530. SEE 
Hirsch, Beatrice. 

GOLDEN dreams. DU20764. SEE 
Here's Heidy (Radio program) Mar. 27, 
1949. 

THE GOLDEN egg. DU21258. SEE Bloom- 
garden, Lee. 

THE GOLDEN goose. DU21644. SEE 
Lanouette, Roberta. 

THE GOLDEN highway. C4304. SEE 
Bailey, William John. 



THE GOLDEN princess. DU21310. SEE 
Selters, Evelyn Bumpus. <-> 

THE GOLDEN trail. DU22344. SEE 
The Sheriff (Radio program) No. 270. 

THE GOLDEN twenties. C4176. SEE 
Time, inc. 

GOLDEN wedding. C3983. SEE Price, 
John Lemar. 

GOLDILOCKS and the three bears. 
DU22052. SEE Let's Pretend (Radio pro- 
gram) Nov. 5, 1949. 

GOLDMAN, LAWRENCE. 
Bunco squad, by Lawrence Goldman and 
Troy Leonard [pseud, of Leonard 
Napier] Radio script. © Leonard 
Napier, Lawrence Goldman; Ic 12Sep49- 
DU213558. 

GOLDONI, Carlo. 
La locandiera. SEE Buttitta, Anthony 
James. The enchanted inn. DU22620. 

GOLDSMITH, Clifford. SEE 
Aldrich Family (Radio program) 

GOLDSMITH, GLORIA. 
An ra Adams; or. End of a season. A 
pi in five scenes. © Gloria Goldsmith; 
Ic iSep49; DU21294. 



GOLDSTEIN, Jennie. 
Goldstein. 



SEE Groll, Jennie 



GOLDSTEIN, Jesse. SEE 
Leave It to Joan (Radio program) 

GOLDTHWAITE, Ann Scott. 
Stubby Nubbin, the Christmas donkey 
DU21227. SEE Five Star Productions. 

GOLL. Ralph. SEE 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 

GO MOLL, STELLA CHRISTINIA. 
Dropped stitches, a play in three acts. 

©Stella C. Gomoll; 30ct49; DP21917. 
The Lord is my shepard, a play in three 

acts. © Stella C. Gomoll; Ic 2Dec49; 

DU22345. 

GONE tomorrow. SEE Harrity, Richard. 
Hope is the thing with feathers. DP21852. 

GOOD men go away. SEE Richardson, Hal 
Ainslie. All good men go away. DU21939. 

GOOD-night-club-land. C3878. SEE 
Von Kameniczky, Elizabeth Wellman. 

THE GOOD old days . SEE Nuetzel, Carl 
Rudolph. Today, yesterday, tomorrow. 
DU21794. 

GOODBYE, my fancy. SEE The Burns 
Mantle best plays of 1948-49. AA132040. 

GOODEN, GEORGE ST. CLAIR. 
Hear how to play canasta. [Instructions] 
© George S. Gooden; Ic 21Nov49; 
C4252. 
Hear how to play canasta (Outwitting your 
opponents); recording script. © George 
S. Gooden; Ic 2Dec49; C4278. 

GOODMAN, Milton. SEE 
Leave It to Joan (Radio program 
Commercial) 

GOODMANN, HENRIETTA. 
Mama's boy; radio script by Jane 

Marshall [pseud. ] © Henrietta Goodmann; 

Ic 7Nov49; DU22035. 
OScar's story, by Jane Marshall [pseud. ] 

Radio script. © Henrietta Goodmann; 

Ic 7Nov49; DU22034. 



GORDER, LESLIE ORLANDO. 
Transpondence course EE. © 
DeForest-Sanabria Corp. 



The 



1. Units and symbols. © Ic 22Aug49; 
C3997. 

2. Magnetism. © Ic 22Aug49; C3998. 

3. Introduction to current flow. . 
© Ic 22Aug49; C3999. 

4. Current electricity. © Ic 22Aug49; 
C4000. 

5. Ohm's law applicatons. © Ic 
22Aug49; C4001. 

6. Series and parallel circuits. © Ic 
22Aug49; C4002. 

7. Primary cells. © Ic 22Aug49; 
C4003. 

8. Secondary cells. © Ic 22Aug49; 
C4004. 

9. Electro magnetism. © Ic 22Aug49; 
C4005. 

10. Electro miagnetic induction, pt. 1. 
© Ic 22Aug49; C4006. 

11. Electro magnetic induction, pt. 2. 
© Ic 22Aug49; C4007. 

12. Direct current measurenaents and 
instruments. © Ic 22Aug49; C4008. 

13. Alternating current, pt. 1. © Ic 
22Aug49; C4009. 

14. AC theory, pt. 2. © Ic 12Sep49; 
C4063. 

15. AC theory, pt. 3. © Ic 70ct49; 
C4156. 

19. DC generators. © Ic 12Sep49; 
C4059. 

20. DC motors. © Ic 25Nov49; C4262. 
Transpondence course EM. © The 

DeForest-Sanabria Corp. 
20. Lesson on the slide rule, pt. 1. 
© Ic 25Nov49; C4264. 
Transpondence course EP. © The 
DeForest-Sanabria Corp. 

1. Electron theory. © Ic 12Sep49; 
C4058. 

2. Mechanics. © Ic 12Sep49; C4057. 
4. Physics of heat. © Ic 25Nov49; 

C4263. 
Transpondence course ER. © The 
DeForest-Sanabria Corp. 

12. Audio frequency amplifiers. 
© Ic 12Sep49; C4061. 

13. Power supplies. © Ic 70ct49; 
C4155. 

16. Oscillators, pt. 1. © Ic 12Sep49; 
C4060. 

17. Oscillators, pt. 2. © Ic 70ct49; 
C4157. 

18. The superheterodyne receiver. © Ic 
70ct49; C4158. 

19. Frequency modulation receivers, 
pt. 1. © Ic 210ct49; C4194. 

20. Frequency modulation receivers, 
pt. 2. © Ic 310ct49; C4193. 

21. Frequency modulation receivers, 
pt. 3. © Ic 310ct49; C4195. 

22. Frequency modulation, pt. 4. © Ic 
10Nov49; C4230. 

23. Modern receiving circuits, pt. I. 
© Ic 10Nov49; C4228. 

24. Modern radio receivers, pt. 2. 
© Ic 10Nov49; C4229. 

Transpondence course ET. © The 
DeForest-Sanabria Corp. 

3. Cathode ray tube. © Ic 12Sep49; 
C4062. 

4. Cathode ray tube, pt. 2. © Ic 
25Nov49; C4261. 

6. Television radio frequency, pt. 1. 
© Ic 25Nov49; C4265. 

7. Television radio frequency, pt. 2. 
© Ic 25Nov49; C4266. 

8. Television radio frequency, pt. 3. 
© Ic 25Nov49; C4267. 

GORDON, Al. SEE Leave It to Joan 
(Radio program) 

GORDON, HENRY SOL. 
The peppermint stick, a one-act fantasy. 
© Henry S. Gordon; Ic 50ct49; DU21657. 

GORDON, Kurtz, pseud. SEE Kurtz, 
C. Gordon. 

GORDON, NICHOLAS. 
Precinct 13, a television serial. [Sample 
script] © Nicholas Gordon; Ic 210ct49; 
DU21848. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



GORDON, Ruth. 
The rat race. DU21093. SEE Kanin, 

Garson. 
The smile of the world. DP21119. 
SEE Kanin, Garson. 

GORDON, WILLIAM RALPH. 
The issue of an ideal, a dramatic 
ceremony commemorating the founding 
of Aaronsburg, Pennsylvania. 
© William R. Gordon; Ic 8Sep49; 
DU21331. 

GORDON Reilly. DU15338. SEE Best, 
Charles M. 

GORE -Grain, Claire, SEE Grain, Claire 
Gore- 

GOROCHOV, lEDIDIA. 
The road, an original screenplay by 
Jed Admon [pseud. ] © ledidia 
Gorochov; Ic 30Aug49; DU21218. 

GORTON, ALFRED. 
An epos on Eros: "Sex-tet"; or, "S. -U. - 
R. " Drama of an abstract tragedy in 
five acts. © Alfred Gorton; Ic 240ct49; 
DU21868. 

GOTLEIB, ALBERT. 
Your atomic world. [Film scripts] 
© Council on Atomic Implications, inc. 

1. Let's look at the atom. ® Ic 14Nov49; 
C4234. 

2. The atom at work. © Ic 14Nov49; 
C4235. 

GOTTESMAN, MEYER HAROLD. 
The Almighty also fights; historic drama 
of Jewish heroism and international 
human bravery. New York, Judean- 
American Publications, 1949. 10 p. 
38 cna. © Meyer Harold Gottesman; 
20Jun49; DP21411. Prev. reg. 13Mar47; 
D unp. 8107. 

GOTTSCHALKSON,, FALK FELIX. 
Third revised description of Number 
Jack as a radio show and radio broad- 
cast and as a television show and tele- 
vision broadcast. © Falk Felix Gotts- 
chalkson; 29Jun49; DP20632. Prev. reg. 
23Mar49; DP19436. 

GOZZI, Carlo. 
L'amore delle tre melarance. SEE 
Prokof'ev, Sergei Sergeevich. The love 
for three oranges. DP22209, DU22210. 



THE GRAB bag of the legal beagle. 
SEE Low, Elmer Carlton. 



C3825. 



GRABOW, Harry, 
Better than ever. C4300, DU21929. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
The case of Barney Judson. DU21696. 

SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
A dream on wheels. DU20708. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Engine performance diagnosis. (The 

story of Bernard Sure, D. D. G. ) 

DU21697. SEE Wilding Picture Pro- 
ductions, inc. 
The magic of Loadamatic. DU21687. 

SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Now is the time. DU20706, SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
The plan's the thing. DU22422. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Textile selling tips. DU21267. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

GRACE Dayton. DU22131. SEE 
Famous Jury Trials (Television pro- 
gram) No, 5, 

GRACI, HELEN JOSEPHINE, 
Resurrection, a religious opera in three 
acts by Phoro R, Gracy [pseud. ] Text 
and music on separate leaves. © Helen 
J. Graci; Ic 50ct49; DU21659. 

GRACY, PhoraR., pseud. SEE Graci, 
Helen Josephine. 



GRADY, Fred. 
It could be anywhere. DU20697. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
The 1949 suspension systems (Wheel 

alignment). C4189. SEE Wilding 

Picture Productions, inc. 

GRAFTON, EDITH KINGSTONE. 
A piece of the sun, a play in two acts and 
an epilogue, by Edith and Samuel 
Grafton. © Edith K. Grafton, Samuel 
Grafton; Ic 23Sep49; DU21506. 

GRAFTON, Samuel. 
A piece of the sun. DU21506. SEE 
Grafton, Edith Kingstone. 

GRAHAM, CLEM. 
My brother's keeper, a play in four acts. 
© Clem Graham; Ic 24Aug49; DU21194. 

GRAHAM, Gwethalyn. SEE Brown, 
Gwethalyn Graham Ericksen. 

GRAHAM, IRVIN. 
A love story. [Radio script] © Irvin 
Graham; Ic 7Nov49; DU22031. 



GRAHAM, Ruth. 
Acres of sunshine. DU20725. 
Stevens, Mary Ellen. 



SEE 



GRAIN, CLAIRE GORE-. 
Matching wits; or, A watch tells. A play 
in three acts. © Claire Gore-Grain; 
Ic 140ct49; DU21772. 

GRANDMA'S best years. DP21242. SEE 
Russell, Earl L. 

GRANICK, HARRY. 
Witches' Sabbath, a new play in two acts. 
© Harry Granick, Ray W. Granick; Ic 
31Aug49; DU21245. 

GRANICK, Ray W. 
Witches' Sabbath. DU21245. SEE 
Granick, Harry. 

GRANNY knows best. DU21257. SEE 
The Sheriff (Radio program) No. 256. 

GRANT, GARY FERRILL. 
English ham, a three act comedy. 
© Gary Ferrill Grant; Ic 15Aug49; 
DU21097. 

GRANT, Will, pseud. SEE Grosz, 
Wilhelm. 

GRANT, Will C. SEE 
Dr. I. Q. (Radio program) 

GRANT Advertising, inc. SEE 
Dr. I. Q. (Radio program) 

GRANT Sandberg Productions. 
The glorious whitewasher. DU22221. 

SEE Chorpenning, Charlotte (Barrows) 
A pirate bold to be. DU22222. SEE 

Chorpenning, Charlotte (Barrows) 
Seeking the buried treasure. DU22223. 

SEE Chorpenning, Charlotte (Barrows) 

GRANTHAM, KATHERINE E. 
The gift of hope, by Katherine E. 
Grantham and William F. Murphy. 
[Report] © The Pychiatric Foundation- 
Ic 4Nov49; C4199. 



GRANTLEY, Arthur, pseud. 
Whittier, Phoebe. 



SEE 



THE GRAPHIC geometric precision cal- 
culus, pt. 1. C4293. SEE Rawlins, 
King Augustine. 

GRASS, ROBERT CLAIR. 
Nimble-symbols, by R. C. Grass, Lou R. 
Hague, W. M. Markley, and Don E. 
West. [Sample television program] 
© Robert Clair Grass, Lou Ross 
Hague, William Metzger Markley, 
Donald Edward West; Ic 9Sep49; 
DU21334. 



GRAUBARD, ROSE. 
Scorn no naan's love, a three-act play. 
© Rose Graubard; Ic 28Sep49; DU21595. 

GRAY, Barry. 
Sparky's magic piano, DP22581. SEE 
May, Billy. 

GRAYSON, JEFFREY WILLIAM. 
Fido's tale, a play in three acts. © Jef- 
frey William Grayson; Ic 22Jul49- 
DU20827. 

THE GREAT Charlotta. DU21475. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
No. 691. 

THE GREAT decision. DU22577. SEE 
Boyd. Helen Abram. 

THE GREAT GILDERSLEEVE (Radio pro- 
gram) 

Scripts in this series are by John Elliotte, 
Andy White, and Paul West. © The 
Kraft Foods Co. 

338-341. Sep. 21, 28, Oct 5, 12, 1949. 
© Ic each 18Nov49; DU22230-22233. 

THE GREAT healer. DU22249. SEE 
Schauermann, Karl. 

THE GREAT Modini, DU222081, SEE 
Earnshaw, Harry Alfred. 

THE GREAT Quillow. DU21621. SEE 
Stewart, Virginia Harden. 

THE GREAT supper. DU21568. SEE 
The Children's Chapel (Radio progam) 

No. 59. 

THE GREATER love, DU22260, SEE 
Linville, Sara Jane, 

THE GREATEST show on earth, C3852, 
SEE Garvey, Ralph J. 

THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD 
(Radio program) Scripts in this series 
are by Henry Denker. © Radio Program 
Production Co. 

116. Sept. 18, 1949. Love your enemies. 
© Ic 27Sep49; DU21582. 

117. Sept, 25, 1949, No man can serve 
two masters, © Ic 30Sep49; DU21627. 

118. Oct. 2, 1949. The second great 
commandment. © Ic 10Oct49; DU21719. 

119. Oct. 9, 1949. If ye forgive not. 
© Ic 170ct49; DU21797. 

120. Oct. 16, 1949, What shall it profit 
a man? © Ic 250ct49; DU21869, 

121. Oct. 23, 1949. The true treasure. 
© Ic 280ct49; DU21949. 

122. Oct. 30, 1949, One who did not re- 
turn. © Ic 7Nov49; DU22030. 

123. Nov, 6, 1949. Ye must be born 
again. © Ic 14Nov49; DU22139. 

124. Nov. 13, 1949. To them that ask. 
© Ic 18Nov49; DU22217. 

125. Nov. 20, 1949. And it shall be 
opened to you. © Ic 28Nov49; DU22320. 

126. Nov, 27, 1949. I was a stranger. 
© Ic 5Dec49; DU22359, 

127. Dec. 4, 1949. A man rich toward 
God. © Ic 13Dec49; DU22520. 

128. Dec. 11, 1949. Ye shall know the 
truth. © Ic 19Dec49; DU22597. 

129 Dec. 18, 1949. The Prince of 
peace, pt. 1. © Ic 23Dec49; DU22652. 

130. 
GRECK, Ted Martin. 

Royal flush and a Tedron suit. DU22136. 
SEE Jamieson, Ronald Stuart. 

GREEN, GEORGE HOBSON. 
Love, and Margie Hysaw's foot; a play 
in two acts. © George Hobson Green; 
Ic 23Aug49; DU21140. 

GREEN, MORRIS. 
Do you remember? A new show. © Mor- 
ris Green; Ic 13Jun49; DU20594. 



I 



130 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



GREEN, MORRIS. Cont'd. 
How quick is your eye? [A new tele- 
vision show] © Morris Green; Ic 
21Sep49; DU21491. 

GREEN autumn. DU21445. SEE 
Gilmore, Edward Joseph. 

GREEN glass. DU21091. SEE Moore, 
Ruth Easley. 

GREEN grow the cabbages. DP21810. 
SEE Johnson, Philip. 

THE GhEEN HORNET (Radio program) 
Created by George W. Trendle. Scripts 
in this series are by Steve McCarthy, 
unless otherwise indicated. © The 
Green Hornet, inc. 

955. July 11. 1949. Human cargo. © Ic 
30Jun49; DU20843. 

956. July 18, 1949. The hooded hoods. 
© Ic 14Jul49; DU20844. 

957. July 25, 1949. The ever-eatin' 
alligators. © Ic 26Jul49; DU20845. 

958. Aug. 1, 1949. Axford takes a 
chance. © Ic 8Aug49; DU21067. 

959. Aug 8, 1949 A change of plans. 
© Ic 8Aug49; DU21068. 

960. Aug. 15, 1949. Kato joins a mob. 
© Ic 8Aug49; DU21069. 

961. Aug. 22, 1949. After the storm. 
© Ic llAug49; DU21159. 

962. Aug. 29, 1949 Contracts to mur- 
der. © Ic 18Aug49; DU21246. 

963. Sept. 5, 1949. The buck passers. 
© Ic 18Aug49; DU21247. 

964. Sept. 12, 1949. Final balance. 
© Ic 7Sep49; DU21361. 

965. Sept. 20, 1949. The package in 
the locker. © Ic 15Sep49; DU21477. 

966. Sept. 27, 1949. Crime peninsula. 
© Ic 15Sep49; DU21478. 

967. Oct. 4, 1949. The Saracen 
diamond. © Ic 26Sep49; DU21538. 

968. Oct. 11, 1949. Crime peninsula. 
© Ic 170ct49; DU22021. 

968. Oct. 11, 1949. The Thorndyke 
bond robbery. © Ic 60ct49; DU21775. 

969. Oct. 18, 1949. Murder will out. 
© Ic 120ct49; DU21776. 

970. Oct. 25, 1949. Waterfront set-up. 
© Ic 180ct49; DU22019. 

971. Nov. 1. 1949. Oliver Perry, 
escaped convict, by Dan Seattle. © Ic 
170ct49; DU22020. 

972. Nov. 8, 1949. Bullets make bal- 
lots. © Ic 270ct49; DU22201. 

974. Nov. 22, 1949. The gobbler gob- 
bler. © lc.l4Nov49; DU22287. 

975. Nov. 29, 1949. The drug store 
robberies. © Ic 14Nov49; DU22288. 

976. Dec. 6, 1949. The chiseling count- 
ess. © Ic 2Dec49; DU22504. 

977. Dec. 13, 1949. The diary of Yola 
St. Clair. © Ic 2Dec49; DU22505. 

978. Dec. 20, 1949. The plot before 
Christmas. © Ic 2Dec49; DU22506 

THE GREEN Hornet, inc. SEE The Green 
Hornet (Radio program) 

GREEN thumb in the city. DP21618. SEE 
The Eternal Light (Radio program) 
No. 225. 

GREEN-up time. DU21748. SEE 
McLaughlin, Wilmar DeWitt. 

GREEN whiskers. DU21974. SEE 
Keith, Russell Morton. 

GREENBERG, Laenu Adelilah. 
The toy shop. DU22681. SEE Cohen, 
Doris Bugatch. 

GREENDALE, ALEXANDER. 
A storm, a tiger; a tragedy in ten scenes. 
© Alexander Greendale; Ic 24Aug49; 
DU21150. 

GREENE. GRAHAM. 
The heart of the matter, a play in three 
acts by Graham Greene and Basil 



Dean. From the novel of the same 
title by Graham Greene. © Graham 
Greene, Basil Dean; Ic 20Oct49; 
DU21823. 



GREENE, Mickey. 
The brain. DU20691. 
Loran R. 



SEE Bittman, 



GREENHILL, SARA H. 
Eve's daughters, a comedy in three acts. 
© Sara Greenhill; Ic 260ct49; DU22168. 

GREENSWEIG, JOSEPH DAVID. 
Bridal ballad, a play in three acts. 
© Joseph David Greensweig; Ic 17Aug49; 
DU21306. 



GREENWALD, Alvin G. 
You are the jury. DU21086. 
Robert. 



SEE Cohen, 



GREER, ALLEN. 
Without a suit, a play in three acts. 
©Allen Greer; Ic 14Nov49; DU22301. 



GREGORY, Ken, pseud. 
Kenneth Oscar. 



SEE Krikorian, 



GREIFF, IRA 
The Dave Burns story; television script 
by Ira Greiff and Art Shaw. © Arthur 
Shaw, Ira Greiff; Ic 13Sep49; DU21376. 

GRENIER, HENRY OLIVER. 
Pasha's predictions, a comedy- drama in 
three acts. © H. O. Grenier; Ic 
10Jun49; DU20639. 

GRENZEBACK, JOE EDWARD. 

Sing ho for a prince'. A musical play 
in two acts, based on the fairy tale 
"Briar Rose" by the Brothers Grimm. 
Text by Joe Grenzeback, music by 
Haakon Bergh. [Text and music on 
separate leaves] © Joe Edward Grenze- 
back, Haakon Peder Bergh; Ic 30ct49; 
DU21638. 

GRIBBLE, HARRY WAGSTAFF . 
Brief sanctuary, a play in three acts by 
Harry Wagstaff Gribble on a theme by 
John Proctor. © Harry Wagstaff Grib- 
ble; Ic 5Aug49; DU21012. 
The feast of St. James, a play in three 
acts by Harry Wagstaff Gribble and 
John Proctor. © Harry Wagstaff 
Gribble; Ic 2Mar49; DU20757. 

GRIECO, ROSE FLORENCE. 
Birds from our tree, a comedy in three 
acts. ©Rose Grieco; Ic 40ct49; on 
revisions; DU21655. Prev. reg. 
4Dec47; D12489. 

GRIGGS, JOHN. 
Tornado; recording script. © John Griggs; 
Ic 250ct49; DU21971. 

GRIMM, Jakob Ludwig Karl. 
Briar Rose. SEE Grenzeback, Joe Ed- 
ward. Sing ho for a prince; DU21638. 
Hansel and Grethel. SEE Masters, 
Lillian Decker, Hansel and Gretel. 
DP22474. 

GRIMM, WUhelm Karl. 

Briar Rose. SEE Grenzeback, Joe 
Edward. Sing ho for a prince'. DU21638. 

Hansel and Grethel. SEE Masters, Lil- 
lian Decker. Hansel and Gretel. 
DP22474. 

GRINBARG, Thelma. 
Binky. DU20614. SEE Young, Margie. 

GRISCOM, BERT. 
Life mask, a comedy in one act for six 
women, by Bert Griscom and W. W. 
Waldron. Evanston, 111., Row, Peter- 
son [1949]. 27 p. © Row, Peterson & 
Co.; 21Sep49; DP21900. 



GROCERY sales pay off. C3920. 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 



SEE 



GROLL, JENNIE GOLDSTEIN. 
Human problems; three one-act plays by 
Jenny Goldstein. Contents:— Should a 
married man carry life insurance? — 
Should a poor young girl marry her rich 
old employer for her family's sake? — 
Should a widow marry again? © Jennie 
Goldstein GroU; Ic 5Jul49; DU20611. 
Human problems; three one-act plays. 
Contents: — The last will and testament. 
— Should a girl give up cosmetics to 
please her fiance. — Should a mother 
have a favorite child. © Jennie Gold- 
stein GroU; Ic 2Aug49; DU21236. 

GROSZ, Wilhelm. 
Red-Riding-Hood. DP-01. SEE Fyleman, 
Rose. 

GROVER Ceveland Alexander. C3959. 
SEE The American Way (Radio program) 

THE GROWTH of a nation. DU21935. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

GROZA. SEE Janac^ek, Laos. Kata 
Kabanova. DP21384. 

GRUBSTAKE for Vickers. DU22289. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
No. 710. 



GRUBSTAKE to murder. DU20946. 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 
No. 2587-1812. 



SEE 



GRUENWALD, ALFRED. 
Fiesta; Operette in zwei Akten von Alfred 
Gruenwald und Gustave Beer. Musik 
von Juan Cardona [pseud, of Hans 
Gaertner] Text and music on separate 
leaves. © Alfred Gruenwald, Gustave 
Beer, Juan Cardona; Ic text 18Jul49; 
music lljul49; DU20832. 

LE GUERRIER involontaire. SEE Beer, 
Jean de. Philoctfete. DU21185. 

GUGGENHEIMER (C. M. ) CORPORATION. 
Guggenheimer's Santa Claus program. 
[23 radio scripts] © C. M. Guggen- 
heimer Corp.; Ic 15Jun49; DU21239. 

GUGGENHEIMER'S Santa Claus program. 
DU21239. SEE Guggenheimer (C. M. ) 
Corp. 

GUILLOT DE SAIX, Leon. 
Avant le derby. DP-03. SEE Maugham. 
William Somerset. 

THE GUINEA-PIG. DP20958. SEE 
Chetham-Strode, Warren. 

GUMBINNER, Paul G. SEE 
Leave It to Joan (Radio program 
commercial) 



GUNDLACH, Claire Cobham. 
Mr. Nappi's attic. DU20778. 
Reid, Sara Falknor. 



SEE 



GUNDRINGER, MICHAEL. 
The story of "Silent night, holy night. " 
[Lecture] © Marie Lammermeyer; Ic 
19Sep49; C4104. 

GUNMAN for hire. DU21156. SEE The 
Lone Ranger (Radio program) No. 2593- 
1818. 

GUNS for hire. DU20846. SEE The 
Lone Ranger (Radio program) No. 2562- 
1787. 

GURALNIK, SHIRLEY. 
Frankie and the firebug, a playlet for 
intermediate grades developed especially 
for Annerican Education Week, November 
6-12, 1949. Washington, National 
Education Assn. [1949]. 10 p. 
© National Education Association of 
the United States; 5Jul49; DP20988. 

GUTHRIE, RALPH RICHARD. 
Henbane, a comedy drama in three acts. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



GUTHRIE, RALPH RICHARD. Cont'd. 
© Lt. Col. Ralph Richard Guthrie; Ic 
4Aug49; DU20995. 

GYLDENDALSKE Boghandal Nordisk For- 
lag. 
Le Don Juan de Molifere. AF11181. SEE 

Arnavon, Jacques. 
Palads revolution. DP22642. SEE 
Clausen, Sven. 

THE GYM. DU21264. SEE 
Clark, John Bigelow. 



H 



HAAS, LEE DALE. 
Come with me, Joanna; a dramatic 
script. © Lee Dale Haas; Ic 7Nov49; 
DU22175. 

HACKETT, FRANCIS. 
The cock of the walk, a comedy in a 
prelude and four acts. © Francis 
Hackett; Ic 12Dec49; DU22461. 

HADLEY, HARRY L. 
The culture club, a comedy in one act 
for eleven ladies. Minneapolis, T. S. 
Denison [1949]. 18 p. (Denison's 
one-act plays) © T. S. Denison & Co. ; 
13Sep49; DP21414. 

THE HAGEN raid. DU20857. SEE The 
Lone Ranger (Radio program) No. 2575- 
1800. 



HAGUE, Lou Ross. 
Nimble -symbols. DU21334. 
Grass, Robert Clair. 



SEE 



HAHN, MARSHALL IRVING. 
Poet lost, a play in three acts. © Mar- 
shall Hahn; Ic 30Aug49; DU21229. 

HAIGH, Morris Albert. 
Elena. DU20740. SEE Lowers, Virginia 
Belle. 

THE HAIL Mary. C3853. SEE 
Garvey, Ralph J. 



HAIR, Ethel Quinlan. 
Nocturnal years. DU22087. 
Teach, Jean Cecilia. 



SEE 



HAITI celebrates the New World's five 
centuries of progress, the 200th anniver- 
sary of the founding of Port au Prince, the 
Holy Year, as proclaimed by the Holy 
Father, Pope Pius XU. DU21228. SEE 
Woodhouse, Henry. 

HALE, NATHAN. 
Melody Jones, a comedy-drama in three 

acts, by Nathan and Ruth Hale. New 

York. S. French [1949]. 96 p. 

© Samuel French; 25Jul49; DP21059. 
Seventeen is awfully young, a play in 

three acts, by Nathan and Ruth Hale. 

Cedar Rapids, la., Heuer Pub. Co., 

C1949. 95 p. illus. © Edward I. 

Heuer; 21Jul49; DP20904. 

HALE, Ruth. 
Melody Jones. DP21059. SEE Hale, 

Nathan. 
Seventeen is awfully young. DP20904. 
SEE Hale, Nathan. 

HALEY, Whitney. 
One foot in Eden. DU20870. SEE 
Slocombe, Lorna. 

HALFWAY to heaven. DP22562. SEE 
Sandeen, Dagmar Vola (Thomas) 

HALKA DP22412. SEE Moniuszko. 
Stanislaw. 

HALL, FREDERICK STANLEY. 
Banned in Boston, a musical farce in 
thirteen scenes. Script by Frederick 
S. Hall, lyrics by Marjorie G. Hastings, 



music by Hollis W. Hastings. [Text 
and music on separate leaves] © Hollis 
W. Hastings, Marjorie G. Hastings, 
Fredericks. Hall; Ic 21Sep49; DU21457 

HALLORAN, JACK. 
Morning stars; radio script, June 18, 1949. 
© The Crosley Broadcasting Corp. ; Ic 
27Jun49; C3808, 

HALPERN, JACK. 
The cutter's guide; lecture. © The 
Halpern Co. ; Ic 7Jul49; C3831. 



HALPERN Company. 

The cutter's guide. 

Halpern, Jack. 



C3831. SEE 



HALSTENSGAARD, JOHN WILLIAM. 
Silver horseshoes, a poem adapted for 
oral delivery. © John William Halstens- 
gaard; Ic 13Dec49; C4298. 

HALTER, RUTH ELLEN. 
Let all Americans stop being second- 
raters; an address. © Ruth Ellen 
Halter; Ic 26Sep49; C4170. 

HAMBLEN, STUART. 
Pony express, a film script. © Stuart 
Hamblen; Ic 7Nov49; DU22457, 

HAMBY. RAY IRVIN. 
Saved by a chee-ildl A melo-drama in 

one act. © Ray Irvin Hamby; Ic 

18Jul49; DU20775. 
A soul at stake, a melodrama in two 

scenes. ©Ray Irvin Hamby; Ic ljul49; 

DU20608. 
Unhand her, you villian'. A melodraina in 

three scenes. © Ray Irvin Hamby; Ic 

5Aug49; DU21262. 

HAMILTON, John Raymond. 
Mathematical analysis: a modern ap- 
proach. C4013. SEE Hamilton, 
Walter T. 

HAMILTON, WALTER T. 
Mathematical analysis: a modern approach; 
by Walter T. Hamilton and John Raymond 
Hamilton. Chapter two: Real numbers. 
[Includes illusij © Walter T. Hamilton, 
John Raymond Hamilton; Ic 26Aug49; 
C4013. 

HAMMER, L. H. 
The cabal, a drama in five scenes. 
© L. H. Hammer; Ic 16Nov49; DU22186. 

HAMMERMAN, DAN. 
A night in the village, a comedy in three 
acts. © Dan Hammerman; Ic 18Jul49; 
DU20782. 

HAMMERSTEIN, Oscar. 
South Pacific. DP22279. SEE Rodgers, 
Richard. 

HAN, Gilles de, pseud. SEE 
Annez de Taboada, Mariette Josse. 



THE HAND. 
Anson. 



C4311. SEE Bates, Henry 



THE HAND -me -down heart. 
SEE McGreevey, John. 



DP21431. 



THE HANDWRITING doesn't lie. DU20793. 
SEE First Nighter (Radio program) 
May 5, 1949. 

HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION, INC. 

All steel plus; recording script for 
Superior Coach Corp. © Superior Coach 
Corp. ; Ic 3Aug49; C3925. 

At home with God; recording script for the 
American Lutheran Church. © Amer- 
ican Lutheran Church; Ic 3Aug49; 
C3917. 

Behind the trade-mark; recording script 
for Wyandotte Chemicals Corp. 
© Wyandotte Chemicals Corp. ; Ic 
3Aug49; C3926. 

The better way; recording script for 



Frigidaire Division, General Motors 
Corp. © Frigidaire Division, General 
Motors Corp.; Ic 7Jul49; C3856. 
Bringing Christ to the home; recording 
script for the Methodist Church, Gen- 
eral Board of Evangelism. ©Tidings- 
Ic 30Aug49; C4032. 
Built to be best; recording script for 
Superior Coach Corp. © Superior 
Coach Corp.; Ic 3Aug49; C3924. 
Buy the way; recording script for the 
S. S. KresgeCo. © S. S. Kresge 
Co. ; Ic 30Aug49; C4028. 
Combating corrosion, with the metal from 
the sea; recording script for Dowell, 
inc. ©Dowell, inc.; Ic 3Aue49- 
C3919. ' 

Especially for you; recording script for 
Frigidaire Division, General Motors 
Corp. © Frigidaire Division, General 
Motors Corp.; Ic 7Jul49; C3860 
Grocery sales pay off: Recording script 
for Falstaff Brewing Corp. © Falstaff 
Brewing Corp.; Ic 3Aug49; C3920. 
Here's how; recording script for the 
Coca-Cola Co. © The Coca-Cola Co • 
Ic 7jul49; C3861. 
It's about time; recording script for 
General Motors Acceptance Corp. 
© General Motors Acceptance Corp • 
Ic 3Aug49; C3921. 
It's got to be sold; recording script for 
the Coca-Cola Co. © The Coca-Cola 
Co. ; Ic 7Jul49; C3862. 
One step ahead; recording script for the 
F. C. Russell Co. © The F. C Rus- 
sell Co. ; Ic 7Jul49; C3863. 
The passing of the flame; recording 
script for Hotpoint, inc. © Hotpoint, 
inc. ; Ic 7Jul49; C3855. 
Profit in a package; recording script for 
Frigidaire Division, General Motors 
Corp. © Frigidaire Division, General 
Motors Corp. ; Ic 7Jul49; C3858. 
Right again'. Recording script for Gen- 
eral Exchange Insurance Corp. , Motor 
Insurance Corp. © General Exchange 
Insurance Corp. , Motor Insurance 
Corp.; Ic 3Aug49; C3922. 
Signal for selling; recording script for 
the Ralston Purina Co © Ralston 
Purina Co.; Ic 30Aug49; C4031. 
Smooth sale-ing; recording script for 
Falstaff Brewing Corp. © Falstaff 
Brewing Corp. ; Ic 7Jul49; C3859. 
The story of floor-plan rugs; recording 
script for Alexander Smith & Sons 
Carpet Co. © Alexander Smith and 
Sons Carpet Co. ; Ic 30Aug49; C4026. 
The story of MuUins; recording script 
for the MuUins Manufacturing Corp. 
© MuUins Manufacturing Corp. ; Ic 
3Aug49; C3923. 
There's profit in the air; recording 
script for Frigidaire Division, General 
Motors Corp. © Frigidaire Division, 
General Motors Corp. ; Ic 7Jul49; 
C3857. 
The time is now; recording script for 
the Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A 
© The Presbyterian Church in the 
U. S. A. ; Ic 7Jul49; C3854. 
To the point of sale'. Recording script 
for the Falstaff Brewing Corp. © Fal- 
staff Brewing Corp. ; Ic 30Aug49; 
C4027. 
Value in volume, parts 1-2. Recording 
script for Chevrolet Motor Division, 
General Motors Corp. © Chevrolet 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp. ; 
Ic 3Aug49; C3918. 
Wasting away; recording script for the 
S. S. KresgeCo. © S. S. KresgeCo.; 
Ic 30Aug49; C4030. 
The way a house looks; recording script 
for United States Brewers' Foundation, 
inc. © United States Brewers' Foun- 
dation, inc.; Ic 30Aug49; C4033. 
Your side of the counter; recording script 
for the S, S. Kresge Co. © S. S. 
Kresge Co. ; Ic 30Aug49; C4029. 



HANGMAN'S bait. 
SchOnherr, Karl. 



DU21872. SEE 



132 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



HANIBAL, the goldfish. DU20768. 
Here's Heidy (Radio program) 
July 10, 1949. 



SEE 



HANK Keeler's lesson. DU20856. SEE 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 
No. 2574-1799 

HANLON, ROBERT WESTERVELT. 
Costello: an attempt at tragedy. Act I. 
© Robert Westervelt Hanlon; Ic 30Dec49; 
DU22701. 

HANNON, Richard, pseud. SEE 
Rocs, Joseph. 

HANOTEAU, GUILLAUME. 
La Tour Eiffel qui tue, roman feuilleton 
musical en douze tableaux. cl949. 
(In Les Oeuvres libres, no. 40 Paris, 
A~Fayard, 1949) Text only. 
© Guillaume Hanoteau; 15Sep49; DP22089. 



HANS PortfBlj. 
Gustaf. 



AF11018. SEE HellstrOm, 



HANSEL and Gretel. DP22474 SEE 
Masters, Lillian Decker. 

HANSEN, ARNE BERGER. 
My kingdom for a horse. [Film script] 
© Arne B. Hansen, Ic 5Jul49; DU20617. 

HANSEN, Bert B. 
As long as the grass grows. DP21441. 

SEE Davis, Wallace Martin. 
A tale of the Bitter Root. DU20661. 
SEE Jensen, Leonard G. 

HANSON, Hugh Bennoch. 
Shoot the moon. DU22459. SEE 
Janeway, Augustine Warner. 

HAPPENABEE, DU20717. SEE 
Kaplan, William Henry. 

THE HAPPIEST years. DP21839. SEE 
Coley, Thomas Luther. 

HAPPY ever after. DU22304. SEE 
Johnston, Winifred Josephine. 

HARCOURT, Brace and Company, inc. 
Modern American dramas. A37138. 

SEE Hatcher, Harlan Henthorne. 
Oedipus rex. A37017. SEE Sophocles. 



HARDEN, Virginia. 
Virginia Harden. 



SEE Stewart, 



HARDIN (Ivan Bloom) Company. 
Ivan Bloom Hardin Company. 



SEE 



HARDY, Thomas. 
The three strangers. DU22444. SEE 
Actor's Studio (Television program) 
No. 4 

HARE, MONTGOMERY. 
Baa -baa, black sheep; a play in three 

acts. © Montgomery Hare; Ic 10Oct49; 

DU21728. 
Rock of ages, a play in one act. 

© Montgomery Hare; Ic 10Oct49; 

DU21727. 

HARE, Walter Ben. 
Sunshine. SEE McMullen, Joseph Carl. 
It's a hit: DP21493. 

HAREM Scarem. DU20985. SEE 
Cartoon Teletales (Television program) 
July 10, 1949. 

HARLEQUINADE. DP22467. SEE 
Rattigan, Terence. 

HARNACK, James. 
The brain. DU20691. SEE 
Bittman, Loran R. 

HARNACK, Ruth. 
The brain, DU20691. SEE Bittman, 
Loran R. 



HAROLD Tucker. DU22360. SEE Famous 
Jury Trials (Television program) No. 8. 



HAROLDE, Ralf 
If it please the court. 
Wallace, Morgan. 



DU21642. SEE 



HARRIGAN. NOLAN. 
Salvation, a play in two acts. © Nolan 
Harrigan. Jr.;Ic 19Dec49; DU22598. 

HARRIS, ARTHUR ORR. 

Dynamics of selling system; training 
course lecture, pt. 1. © Arthur Orr 
Harris; Ic 70ct49; C4171. 

HARRIS, Dorothy, pseud. SEE 
Horowitz^ Dorothy. 

HARRIS, Helen Steele. 
The FUly-Loo bird. DU21684. SEE 
Caden, Frank. 

HARRIS, LLOYD GRIFFIN. 
Wed and win, a quiz program for radio 
or television. Script by L. G. "Bucky" 
Harris. © Lloyd G. Harris; Ic 19Dec49; 
DU22599. 

HARRIS, MARY. 
We took a cottage [a comedy in three acts], 
London, S. French [1949] . Ill p. 
illus. (French's acting edition, no. 996) 
© Samuel French ltd. ; 140ct49- 
DP22468. 

HARRIS, Nat, pseud. SEE Horowitz, 

Nat. 

HARRITY, RICHARD. 
Hope is the thing with feathers, and two 
other short plays. Pref. by Eddie 
Dowling. Acting ed. [New York] 
Dramatists Play Service [1949], 72 p. 
Contents. — Hope is the thing with 
feathers. — Home life of a buffalo. — 
Gone tomorrow. © Richard Harrity; 
50ct49; DP21852. Prev. reg. Ijan45, 
"Hope is the thing with feathers, " D unp. 
91795; "Home life of a buffalo, " O unp. 
91796; "Gone tomorrow" as "Sentimental 
savages, " D unp. 91794. 

HARRY Greb. C4140. SEE The American 
Way (Radio program) 

HART, Moss. 
Light up the sky. SEE The Burns Mantle 
best plays of 1948-49. AA132040. 

HARTRYCE, JEAN. 
Elsie did it; motion picture-video 
scenario by Jean Hartryce and Helen 
Kingstead. © Jean Hartryce, Helen 
Kingstead Cornell; Ic 12Jul49; DU20712. 

HARTWIG, Greta, pseud. SEE Manschinger, 
Margarethe. 

HARVEY, pseud. SEE Narcisenfeld, 
Harvey Lincoln David. 

HARVEY. Jack. SEE Leave It to Joan 
(Radio program) 

HARWARD, MICHAEL. 
High swing, a comedy in three acts. 
© Michael Harward; Ic 24Jun49; 
DU20687. 

HASTINGS, CHARLOTTE. 
Sister Cecilia, a play in three acts. 
© Charlotte Hastings; Ic 10Jun49; 
DU21762. 

HASTINGS, Hollis Washburn. 
Banned in Boston. DU21457. SEE Hall. 
Frederick Stanley. 

HASTINGS. Marjorie Goff . 
Banned in Boston. DU21457. SEE 
Hall, Frederick Stanley. 

HASTINGS, MARY HAY. 
Spring crazy, an original musical revue 



by Mary Hay. © Mary Hay Hastings; 
Ic 25Aug49; DU21392. 

HATCHER, HARLAN HENTHORNE. 
Modern American dramas. New ed. New 
York, Harcourt, Brace [1949]. 378 p. 
Each dranna preceded by biographical 
sketch of author. Contents. — Modern 
American drama. —The Emperir Jones, 
byE. O'Neill. —The adding machine, by 
E. Rice. — Winterset, by M. Anderson. — 
Abe Lincoln in Illinois, by R. E. Sher- 
wood. — The time of your life, by W. 
Saroyan. —The glass menagerie, by T. 
Williams. —All my sons, by A. Miller — 
Mister Roberts, by T. Heggen. —Stu- 
dents.' bibliography (p. 375)— Plays by 
dramatists represented in this volume 
(p. 377-378) ©Harcourt, Brace & Co., 
inc.; 110ct49; on additions & revisions-' 
A37138. 

HATED brother beloved. DU22489. SEE 
Lerch, John Olson. Man in the sun. 

DER HAUPTMANN des Herodes. DU21235. 
SEE Schulthess, Erica von. 

HAVANA moon. SEE One-act plays for 
stage and study. AA136700. 

HAVEN, FayeR, , pseud. SEE Sandeen, 
Dagmar Vola (Thomas) 

HAVING done all, stand. DU22104. SEE 
Saimders, Charlotte Anne. 

HA WELL, EMLIE MAY. 
Brass buttons and good old Jack, a play. 
© Susan D. Rice; Ic 19Sep49; DU21512. 

HAWKES & Son (London) ltd. 
Let's make an operal DP22252. SEE 

Britten, Benjamin. 
The little sweep. DP20584, DP22623. 
SEE Britten, Benjamin. 

HAWTHORNE, Nathaniel. 
The scarlet letter. DU21531. SEE 
Giannini, Vittorio. 

HAY, Julius. 
Tiszazug. SEE Bela, Nicholas. And 
the midwife danced. DU21346. 

HAY, Mary. SEE Hastings, Mary Hay. 

HAYDON, JULIE. 
Can you believe your ears? or. Do your 
ears deceive you? [Sample radio 
script] © Julie Haydon; Ic 17Jun49; 
DU21509. 

HAYES, BENJAMIN F. 
GoingI going! gone'. Script for stage, 
screen, radio, and television by 
Benjamin F. Hayes and Regina Hayes. 
© Benjamin F. Hayes, Regina Hayes; 
Ic 9Nov49; C4224. 

HAYES, JOSEPH ARNOLD. 
The tiger's eye, a play in three acts. 
© Marrijane Hayes, Joseph Hayes; 
Ic 14Sep49; DU21397. 

HAYES. Marrijane. 
The tiger's eye. DU21397. SEE 
Hayes, Joseph Arnold. 



HAYES, Regi.ia. 
Going! goingi gone! C4224. 
Hayes, Benjamin F. 



SEE 



HAZARD, LAWRENCE. 
A man's castle, a play in five scenes by 
Lawrence Hazard and Jeroam Stagg. 
© Lawrence Hazard, Jeroam Stagg; 
Ic 60ct49; on revisions; DU21961. 
Prev. reg. 28May49; D unp. 16584. 

HAZEL Crest's decision. DU21536. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
No. 693. 

HAZEN, BEN H. 
Two systems of insurance — a source of 



133 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



HAZEN, BEN H. Cont'd. 

pride. [Article abbreviated from an 
address] © United States Savings and 
Loan League; Ic 12Sep49; C4098. 

HE gave her the old oil, but she was too 
refined. SEE Miller, Stanley Arthur. 
Darling of the desert. DU21373. 

HE shall be called wonderful. DU22487. 
SEE Hartley, Nevin Packard. 

HE who gets hooked. SEE One-act plays 
for stage and study. aA 136700. 

HEADLINE parade, v. 3, no. 4. SEE 
Citron, Samuel Joseph. Maccabee-- 
1948. DP20630. 

HEALEY, Robert Christopher. 
Fashionably yours. DU21525. SEE 
Eraser, Mary Harrison. 

HEAR how to play canasta. C4252, C4278. 
SEE Gooden, George St. Clair. 

HEART of gold. DU21945. SEE 
Wheeling, William Stuart. 

HEART of the home. DU21269. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

THE HEART of the matter. DU21823. SEE 
Greene, Graham. 

HEAVEN has no rage. DU21710. SEE 
Winehouse, Irwin. 

HECHT, Ben. SEE The Front Page 
(Television program) 

HECHT, MIKE. 
What's in a name? A play in one act. 
64 leaves. © Mike Hecht; Ic 2Aug49- 
DU20950. 

HEENAN, BARRY. 
The fighting Fishers, a family comedy in 
three acts. Minneapolis, T. S. Denison 
[1949], 110 p. iUus, (Denison's 
royalty plays) © T. S. Denison & Co. ; 
28Sep49; DP21632. 

HEIDELBERG, RICHARD LOEB. 
The bright evening, a play in one act. 
© Richard Heidelberg; Ic 6Sep49- 
DU21468. 

HEINZ (H. J.) Company. 
The big kitchen. DU20699. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

HELL is what you make it. DU20933. 
SEE Dove, John Frederick. 

HELLEAVEN. DU22615. SEE Mazzocco, 
Edward Anthony. 

HELLO girls. C4246. SEE 
Behrman, Chester Theodore. 

HELLSTROM, GUSTAF. 
Hans PortfSlj, komedi i 3 akter. 
Stockholm, Bonnier [1949]. 116 p. 
(Nutids dramat) © Albert Bonniers 
fSrlag a. -b. ; 23Sep49; AF11018. 

HELM, DOROTHY SPEAKE. 
A man of few words, a play in four acts. 
© Dorothy Speake Helm; Ic 19Dec49; 
DU22575. 



HELP! Help'. DU21398. 
Pataky, Veronika. 



SEE 



HELP yourself to a job. C3824. 
Sanford, James E. 

HENBANE. DU20995. SEE 
Guthrie, Ralph Richard. 

HENDERSHOT, Marion John. 
The Shamrock Inn. DU20796. 
Young, Donald L. 



SEE 



SEE 



HENDERSON, ISABELLA FRANCES. 
Tea, the romantic commodity; a lecture. 
© Isabella F. Henderson; Ic 8Nov49; 
C4223. 

HENDRYX, Shirl. 
The elevator man. DU22310. SEE 
Cord, Don Orlando. 

HENNESSY, EDWARD WILLIAM. 

Easy Eddie, a television serial by 
Edward Hennessy and Alexander William 
Law. Chapters 1-3. © Edward Hennes- 
sy, Alexander William Law; Ic 110ct49; 
DU21996. 

Rip Van Winkle, a musical fantasy in two 
acts, based on a short story by Wash- 
ington Irving. Book and lyrics by 
Edward Hennesy, music by Ralph 
Matesky. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © Ralph Matesky, Edward 
Hennessy; Ic 250ct49; DU21887. 

HENRY, Bruce L. 
Company's coming. DU22420. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Last date. DU21928. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
The line of least resistance. DU21698. 

SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Nightmare buster. DU20698. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

HENRY the Fourth. SEE Smith. George 
Smedley. Falstaff. DU21673. 

HENTSCHEL, ALZA STRATTON. 
The laws of Egyptian sculpture. [Lecture] 
© Alza Stratton Hentschel; Ic 31Aug49; 
C4035. 



HER Christmas wish. 
Rose, Le Roma. 



DP21274. SEE 



HER soul's gone a-blackberryin' . 
DU21100. SEE Pauley, John Francis. 



HERBERT, Dorothy, pseud. 
Bland, Dorothy Beatrice. 



SEE 



HERBERT, MYLES FRANCISCO. 
Steps going down, a new play in three 
acts. © Myles Francisco Herbert; 
Ic 240ct49; DU21858 

HERE to stay. DU21736. SEE 
Migliaccio, Almo Claudio. 

HERE'S a howdy-do. SEE One-act plays 
for stage and study. AA136700. 

HERE'S HEIDY (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Heidy S. 
Mayer. © Heidy Mayer. 

Feb. 13, 1949. A drum for freedom. 

© Ic 25Mar49; DU20758. 
Feb. 20, 1949. Foster, the fire engine. 

© Ic 25Mar49; DU20759. 
Feb. 27, 1949. Scarey, the scarecrow. 

© Ic 25Mar49; DU20760. 
Mar. 6, 1949. The wonderful baton of 
Arturo Fortissimo. © Ic 25Mar49; 
DU20761. 
Mar. 13, 1949. Herman, the boisterous 
oyster; and. Tipple was not a monkey. 
© Ic 25Mar49; DU20762. 
Mar. 20, 1949. Chum, the chipmunk; 
and, Measle spots. © Ic 25Mar49; 
DU20763. 
Mar. 27, 1949. Golden dreams; and, 
Minnie and Moneky Face. © Ic 
5Jul49; DU20764. 
Apr. 3, 1949. Our baseball coach; and, 

Pirouli. © Ic 5Jul49; DU20765. 
Apr. 10, 1949. The square Easter egg; 
and, A turtle tale. © Ic 5Jul49; 
DU20766. 
May 1, 1949. Artie, the artist; and. 
Circus guy. © Ic 5Jul49; DU20767. 
May 15, 1949. Caves and houses, and 
chubby cherub. © Ic 5Jul49; C3876. 
July 10, 1949. The sunflower; and, 
Hanibal, the goldfish. © Ic 5Jul49; 
DU20768. 



July 31, 1949. Katie, the caterpillar; 

and. The pink cloud. © Ic 5Jul49; 

DU20769. 
Aug. 14, 1949. Tale of a leaf; and. 

Story of a soap bar. © Ic 5Jui49; 

DU20770. 
Aug. 28, 1949. Nina, the firefly; and. 

The lone cucumber. © Ic 5Jul49; 

DU20771. 
Sept. 18, 1949. Little sister came. 

© Ic 5Jul49; DU20772. 

HERE'S how. C3861. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

HERESIE. SEE Fabre-Luce, Alfred. 
Theatre interdit. DP20736. 

HERMAN, the boisterous oyster 
DU20762. SEE Here's Heidy (Radio pro- 
gram) Mar. 13, 1949. 

HERNDON, AUCE MAUD SHELBY. 
Powder and patches, a musical drama in 
four acts based on the life and works of 
George Federick Handel. Libretto by 
Alice Maud Shelby, music by Caroline 
Ford Barbour. [Text only] © Alice 
Maud Shelby Herndon; Ic 21Nov49; 
DU22239. 

THE HERO. DU21352. SEE 
Pollack, Merrill Sidney. 

HERRINGSHAW, Anne, pseud. SEE 
Smeeth, Adeline Vaile. 

HERRMANN, HENRY ROYDON. 
Up to now; a play in two acts, by Henry R, 
Herrmann, Edmund Rice, John Roche, 
and Ted Luce. © Henry R. Herrmann, 
Edmund Rice, John Roche, Ted Luce; 
Ic 27Sep49; DU21602. 

HERSH, Harriette, pseud. SEE 
Hershkowitz, Harriette. 

HERSHKOWTTZ, HARRIETTE 
— And life awaits, a play in three acts by 
Harriette Hersh [pseud. ] © Harriette 
Hersh; Ic 29Jul49; DU20928. 

HEUER, Edward I. 
Battle for Bill. DP21366. SEE Russell, 

Earl L. 
Honey in the hive. DP21275. SEE 

Payton, Donald. 
The house next door. DP21243. SEE 

Rose, Le Roma 
Now everybody's crazy. DP21231. SEE 

Metcalfe, Felicia. 
Say Uncle. DP21273. SEE Payton. 

Donald. 
Seventeen is awfully young DP20904. 

SEE Hale, Nathan. 

HEUER, J. Vincent. 
The crackerbarrel. DP21230. SEE 

Bradley, Wesley. 
Grandma's best years. DP21242. SEE 

Russell, Earl L. 
Her Christmas wish. DP21274. SEE 

Rose, Le Roma. 

HEWSON, ISABEL MANNING. 
How do you rate? [Television script] 
Episode no. 1, by Isabel Manning 
Hewson and Edward Earl Meyerson. 
© Isabel Manning Hewson, Edward Earl 
Meyerson; Ic 140ct49; DU21849. 

HII now. SEE Saunders. Francis Coleman. 
P-A-D-D-Y. DU22263. 

HIBBERT. MADELEINE. 
Of riper vintage, a play in three acts. 
© Madeleine Hibbert; Ic 7Jul49; 
DU20734. 

HICKERY-dickery-dock. DU20915. SEE 
Schick. Elliot. 



HIGGY. DU21170. 
Hans Wiihelm. 



SEE Rolfs. 



134 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



THE HIGH art of murder . DU21983. 
SEE The Sheriff (Radio program) 
No. 265. 

HIGH pressure area. DP22676. SEE 
Stirling, Nora. 

HIGH swing. DU20687. SEE 
Harward, Michael. 

HIGH timber. DU20847. SEE The Lone 
Ranger (Radio program) No. 2565- 
1790. 

HIGHLY holy holiday. DU22365. SEE 
Levine, Robert Hilliard. 

HIGHWAY interlude. DU22397. SEE 
Bermingham, William Edward. 

HILL, HAROLD. 
Ozzie, the owl. [Radio script] © Harold 

HUl; Ic 250ct49; DU21863. 
Ozzie, the owl. Recording script for a 

children's record album. 2d in a 

series. © Harold Hill; Ic 20Dec49; 

DU22610. 

HILLIARD, FRANK. 
Change of hearts. DU21641. SEE 

Rodda, Violet. 
Clouded nnajesty, a play in three acts. 
© Frank Hilliard; Ic 20Jun49; on 
revisions; DU20779. Prev. reg. 
250ct48; DU17104. 

HILLLA.RD, Robert L. , pseud. SEE 
Levine, Robert Hilliard. 

HIMSELF. DU21446. SEE 
Boyles, Raymond James. 

HINCKLEY, CATHERINE HENRY. 
The gentleman, a melodrama in three 
acts. © Catherine Henry Hinckley; Ic 
15Aug49; on revisions; DU21210. 
Prev. reg. "The end of the rainbow, " 
22Jul33; D23481. 

HINDEMITH, PAUL. 

MOrder, Hoffnung der Frauen; Schauspiel 
in einem Akt von Oskar Kokoschka; 
Musik von Paul Hindemith. Orchester- 
partitur. Op. 12. Mainz, B. Schott's 
S5hne [1921]. 106 p. © B. Schott's 
SOhne; 29Dec49; DP22160. 

Das Nusch-Nuschi; ein Spiel fflr 
burmanische Marionetten in einem Akt 
von Franz Blei; Musik von Paul 
Hindemith. Orchesterpartitur. Op. 20. 
Mainz, B. Schott's SShne; [1921]. 199 p. 
© B. Schott's S3hne; 24Dec21; DP22159. 

Sancta Susanna; ein Akt von August 
Stramm; Musik von Paul Hindemith. 
[Partitur] Op. 21. Mainz, B. Schott's 
SShne [1921]. 90 p. © B. Schott's 
Sahne; 24Dec21; DP22158. 

HINTON, JANE. 
Malatesta. DU22435. SEE Montherlant, 

Henry de. 
Obligato, a dramatic play in three acts by 
Jane Hinton. Based on the French novel 
"Une ombre" by Paul Vialar. © Jane 
Hinton, Paul Vialar; Ic 310ct49- 
DU22032. 

HIRAM Weeks' plan. DU21071. SEE The 
Lone Ranger (Radio program) No 2589- 
1814. 

HIRSCH, BEATRICE. 
The golden beam, a play in three acts with 
a prologue, by Beatrice Fisher [pseud. ] 
© Beatrice Fisher; Ic 22Aug49- 
DU22530. 

HIS and hers. DU22574. SEE First 
Nighter (Radioprogram) Sept. 15. 1949. 

HIS Honor. SEE 
Boyles, Raymond James. DU21590. 
Meyers, Harold. DU20965. 

HOBBS, Bertram. SEE Hobbs, Stephen 

Bertram. 



HOBBS, STEPHEN BERTRAM. 

All that glitters is not glass, a farce in 
one act by Bertram Hobbs. © Stephen 
Bertram Hobbs; Ic 6Jul49; DU20666. 

Hotel Phantasy. SEE Hotel Phantasy 
(Television program) 

HOBEN, ALICE M. 
"G" is for Gloria, a comedy in two acts. 
©Alice M. Hoben; Ic 26Jul49; 
DU20867. 

HOCHWALDER, FRITZ. 
Der Unschuldige, Kom3die in drei Akten. 
[Zflrich. 1949]. 103 p. ©Fritz 
Hochwalder; 4Sep49; DP-04. 

HOCK, VIRGINIA. 
Wormwood at random, a tragedy in three 
acts, by Colmar Diharce [pseud. ] 
© Virginia Hock; Ic 60ct49; DU21667. 

HODGE, Max. 
The territory. DU21931. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

HODGES, JAMES STEELE. 
Pretty Polly, a farce comedy for tele- 
vision, by James S. Hodges and Verne 
Phelps. © JamesS. Hodges; Ic 29Aug49; 
DU212U. 

HOFFMAN, CHARLES NORTH. 
The mask. [Radio script] © Charles N. 

Hoffman; Ic ljul49; DU20619. 
Mr. Average Man. [Radio script} 

© Charles N. Hoffman; Ic ljul49; 

DU20620. 
Pressure. [Radio script] © Charles N. 

Hoffman; Ic lJul49; DU20618. 
The woman's point of view. [Radio 

script] © Charles N. Hoffman; Ic 

lJul49; DU20621. 

HOFFMAN, HERMAN BENJAMIN. 

The life of a manufacturer, a two-act 
play. ©Hermans. Hoffman; Ic 
8Nov49; DU22047. 

Tender is my love, a three-act romantic 
comedy. A revision of the author's 
play "The trickster tricked. " © Herman 
B. Hoffman; Ic 15Jul49; DU20750. 

HOFMANN, ME LIT A. 
An evening in the Renaissance, an Italian 
court masque. © Melita Hofmann; 
Ic 25Aug49; DU21167. 



HOLD everything. C3897. 
Meyer, Harold H. 



SEE 



DU22624. SEE 



HOLIDAY Films, inc. 
The sun sets at dawn. 
Sloane, Paul H. 

HOLIDAY for Theresa. SEE Snowe, 
Dorothy Busby. In a strange land. 
DP21053. 

HOLLAND, EDWARD. 
Pimlico, a musical comedy in two acts. 
Book by Edward Holland and Maurice 
Birdsall; music by Marguerite Holland; 
lyrics by Edward Holland. [Text and 
music on separate leaves] © Edward 
Holland- Ic 3Aug49; on revisions; DU20963. 
Prev. reg. "Baltimore"; 40ct48; DU16628. 



HOLLAND, Marguerite Carl. 
Pimlico. DU20963. SEE 
Holland, Edward. 

HOLLISTER, Leona Stephens, pseud. 
SEE George, Charles. 

HOLLOWAY, PEARL. 
Nine timely programs for elementary 
schools. A program for each month of 
the school -year. Evanston, 111., Row, 
Peterson, cl949. 61 p. © Row, 
Peterson & Co.; 30Jun49; DP20753. 



HOLMES, JOHN CECIL. 
On stage, everybody'. An original musi- 
cal revue; music by Jack Holmes; 
lyrics by Mimi Weiss; book by Bob 
Holmes. © John Cecil Holmes (Jack); 
Ic 24Aug49; DU21149. 



HOLMES, Robert Wheeler. 
Onstage, everybody! DU21149. 
Holmes, John Cecil. 



SEE 



HOLT, Felix. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 

HOLT, LEA, pseud. 
Old ladies in a bathtub, a play in three 
acts. [Radio version entitled, "Night- 
mare over Washington;" suggested 
motion picture title, "Rebirth of a 
nation."] © Lea Holt; Ic 14Sep49; 
DU21379. 

EL HOMBRE Dorado. DU21881. SEE 
Aldridge, James William. 

HOME and beauty. SEE 
Maugham, William Somerset. 
Avant le derby. DP-03. 
Home and beauty. DP22389. 

HOME is the hunter. DU22321. SEE 
Aldrich Family (Radio program) 
No. 511. 

HOME life of a buffalo. SEE Harrity, 
Richard. Hope is the thing with feathers. 
DP21852. 

HOME to Galveston. DU20751. SEE 
Yelvington, Leonard Ramsey. 

HOMECOMING. DU22700. SEE Buck- 
minster, Harold. 

HOMER, Frances. 
Sweet sister, a drama in a prologue and 
two acts. © Frances Homer Roos; Ic 
15Aug49; DU21272. 

HOMER and the Brownies from Christmas - 
viUe. DU22545. SEE Gallahan, Betty 
Jane. 

HOMER leaves home. DU22683. SEE 
Aldrich Family (Radio program) No. 515. 

HOMER, the brave. DP22561. SEE St. 
Clair, Robert. 

HOMERUS. Odyssea. SEE 
Dorf, Philip. The coming of Ulysses. 

DP22208. 
Koch, Richard Henry. Fabulous voyage. 

DU20788. 

THE HOMETOWNER'S favorite minstrel 
show. DP21109. SEE Adair, Jack. 

HONEY in the hive. DP212175. SEE 
Payton, Donald. 

HONEYMOON express. DU22572. SEE 
First Nighter (Radio program) Sept. 29, 
1949. 

HONEYMOON night. DU21515. SEE 
Kaxiisch, Gerhard Ernest. 

THE HONOR and the glory. SEE One-act 
plays for stage and study. AA136700. 

HONORI, Emil. 
The smokestack. DU21138. SEE 
Ludasy, Akos. 

HONSBERGER, HERBERT MARSHALL. 
Lessons on all musical instruments, for 
radio and television. [Sample script] 
© Herbert M, Honsberger; Ic 22Aug49; 
03988. 

HOOD, ANN. 
Follow the snail, a play in three acts. 
©Ann Hood; Ic lSep49; DU21244. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE HOODED hoods. DU20844. SEE 
The Green Hornet (Radio program) 
No, 956. 

HOG'S hoc of the air. SEE Paterno, 
Beverly P. Beverly and Bill's "Hoo's 
hoo of the air. " DU22281. 

THE HOOT owl tree. DU20910. SEE 
Statler, George. 

HOPE is the thing with feathers. DP21852. 
SEE Harrity, Richard. 



HOPE springs eternal. 
Johnson, Philip. 



DP21835. SEE 



HOPKINS, JOSEPH MARTIN. 
The black arrow, an operetta in two acts 
with a prologue. Adapted from the 
novel by Robert Louis Stevenson. [Text 
and music on separate leaves] © Joseph 
M. Hopkins; Ic 17Nov49; DU22400. 

HOPKINS, PAULINE. 
That Brewster boy, a comedy in three 
acts. New York, S. French [1949]. 
82 p. illus. © Samuel French- 
12Aug49; DP21401. 

HOPSKOTCH. C3904. SEE 
Lurie, Robert. 

HORN, ARTHUR PKICE. 

Southland; a musical comedy in two acts 
and six scenes, inspired by memories 
of Uncle Tom's Cabin. Music, book, 
and lyrics by Art Horn and Art Brammer. 
[Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Arthur Price Horn, Arthur Brammer; 
Ic 50ct49; DU21656. 

HORNAFIUS, DANIEL UNUS. 
A slight case of Scotch, a slight comedy 
for music in two acts. Book and lyrics 
by Daniel Llords [pseud. ] music by 
Galen Lurwick. [Text only] ©Daniel 
Linus Hornafius, Galen Lurwick; Ic 
4Aug49; DU20992. 

HORNER, Bryan Ridgway. 
Works by Bryan Ridgway Horner in col- 
laboration with Carey Leonard Ballew 
and Charles Francis Horner, written 
under the pseud, Charles Francis, are 
entered under the pseud. 

HORNER, Charles Francis. 
Works by Charles Francis Horner in col- 
laboration with Carey Leonard Ballew 
and Bryan Ridgway Horner, written 
under the pseud. Charles Francis, are 
entered under the pseud. 



THE HORNING bee. DU22516. 
Schmock, Millard M. 



SEE 



HORNUNG, Edwin F., pseud. SEE Braun. 
Wilbur. 

HOROWITZ, DOROTHY. 
Fortune and men's eyes; a play in three 
acts by Dorothy Harris [pseud. ] and 
Nat Harris [pseud ] © Dorothy Harris, 
Nat Harris (or Dorothy and Nat Horo- 
witz); Ic 13Jul49; DU20738. 



HOROWITZ, Nat. 
Fortune and men's eyes. 
Horowitz, Dorothy. 



DU20738. SEE 



THE HORSE said "Yes." DU21504. SEE 
First Nighter (Radio program) June 9, 
1949. 

HOSKIN3, KATHERINE de MONTALANT, 
The man who missed the boat, a play in 
three acts. © Katherine de M. Hoskins; 
Ic 260ct49; DU21891. 

HOT air. DU20872. SEE Mears, 
Elizabeth. 

HOTEL PHANTASY (Television program) 
Scripts in this series are by Bertram 



Hobbs, adapted from "Well, well, Luella" 
and "Kidding the author." © Stephen 
Bertram Hobbs. 

1. © Ic 24Aug49; DU21284. 

2. © Ic 12Sep49; DU21380. 

3. -4. © Ic 26Sep49; DU21648. 



HOTPOINT, inc. 
The passing of the flame. C3855. 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 



SEE 



HOUGHTON, FIRMAN ANDREWS 
Cor cordium, a play in five acts. 
© Firman Andrews Houghton; Ic 18Aug49- 
DU21129. 

HOUK, ROBERT VAN AKEN. 
The skeptics, a comedy in three acts. 
© Robert Van Aken Houk; Ic 5Jul49- 
DU20625. 



THE HOUND of heaven. 
0''Donnell, Edward P. 



DU20911 SEE 



THE HOUR OF ST. FRANCIS (Radio pro- 
gram) Scripts in this series are by 
various authors. © The Hour of St. 
Francis. 

The baby who would be king, by Juanita 

Teresa Vaughan. © Ic 27Sep49; 

DU21649. 
The Duchess, by Juanita Teresa Vaughan. 

© Ic 8Aug49; DU21023. 
I ought to go home, by Juanita Teresa 

Vaughan. © Ic 8Aug49; DU21018. 
I remember, by Juanita Teresa Vaughan. 

© Ic 8Aug49; DU21020. 
The long denial, by James Griffin Jay. 

© Ic 8Aug49; DU21022. 
Michael has company for coffee, by 

Juanita Teresa Vaughan. © Ic 8Aug49;' 

DU21019. 
Peace prayer, by Juanita Teresa Vaughan. 

© Ic 8Aug49; DU21017. 
Table in the wilderness, by Juanita 

Teresa Vaughan. © Ic 8Aug49; 

DU21021. 



HOUSE for sale. 
Clair, Robert. 



DP21369. SEE St. 



THE HOUSE next door. DP 2 124 3. SEE 
Rose, Le Roma. 

THE HOUSE of deadly dreams. DU22212. 
SEE The Shadow (Radio program) No. 385. 

THE HOUSE of vengeance. DP21916. SEE 
St. Clair, Robert. 

HOUSE on Fallen Leaf Road. DP22558. 
SEE Sandeen, Dagmar Vola (Thomas) 



THE HOUSE on the rock. DU21221. 
McCurdey, Catharine Miller. 



SEE 



THE HOUSE that faith built. DU20701. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

THE HOUSEWIVES' treasure chest. 
C4208. SEE McKeon, Edwin Aloysius. 

HOVE, THOMAS OR VILLE . 
Scatter the stars, a romantic play in 
three acts by Tom Hove and Tom Rus- 
sell. © Thomas Orville Hove, Thomas 
F. Russell; Ic 50ct49; DU21873. 

HOW do you rate? DU21849. SEE 
Hewson, Isabel Manning. 



HOW green was her boy-friend. 
SEE Nash, John. 



DP22406. 



HOW long will your business run smoothly? 
C4305. SEE Levin, Nathan Samuel. 



HOW many lives? DU20871. 
Devlin, William Edward. 



SEE 



HOW quick is your eye? DU21491. 
Green, Morris. 



SEE 



HOW Saul became king. DU21576. SEE 
The Children's Chapel (Radio program) 
No. 50. 

HOW sleep the brave. DU21599. SEE 
Zink, Ralph. 

HOW the fire engine got its siren. DU22589- 
SEE Capitol Records, inc. 

HOW to go easy in five crazy lessons'. 
SEE Champlin, Betty Mee. Occupation: 
housewife, DU21714. 

HOW to turn chrome into silver DU20703. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

HOWARD, Bob. 
The brain, DU20691. SEE 
Bittman, Loran R. 

HOWARD, CLOYDE PAYTON. 
Operation Mickey, a play in three acts by 
Cloyde P. Howard and Tom Baxter, 
© Cloyde P. Howard, Tom Baxter; Ic 
12Sep49; DU21350. 



HOWARD, Fred, pseud. 
Fred Howard. 



SEE Wright, 



HOWARD, Marjorie. 
T-Bone and Tabby. DU20829. 
Bourke, John James. 



SEE 



HOWARD, MARY WARNER. 
Something special, five unusual plays for 
children (primary and intermediate 
grades) Evanston, 111., Row, Peterson. 
cl949. 61 p. Contents. —How does 
your garden grow? — Pandora's box. — 
At the end of the rainbow. — Letty's 
garden party, -Mother Goose medley. 
© Row, Peterson & Co. ; 21Sep49; 
DP21902. 

HOWARD, SALLIE. 
The jackal, a play in three acts by 
Sallie Howard and Evelyn Cornell. 
© Sallie Howard, Evelyn Cornell; Ic 
240ct49; DU21875. 

HOWE, CARROLL VICTOR. 

The long fall, a play in one act © Carroll 
V, Howe; Ic 28JU149; DU20916. 

HOWE and Hummel, DU20929. SEE 
Teichmann, Howard Miles. 

HO WORTH, Wayne. 
Halka. DP22412. SEE Moniuszko, 
Stanislaw . 

HOW'S about it? DU21689, DU22428. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

HROTSVITHA'S help. DU22025. SEE 
Reinherz, Leona Gosman. 

HUBER, LOUIS JOSEPH. 

Character sketches, a collection of plays 
designed for definite characterizations. 
Minneapolis. Northwestern Press, cl949. 
128 p. © The Northwestern Press; 
2Nov49; DP22005, 

Four minutes of fun, a collection of short 
blackout sketches. Minneapolis, North- 
western Press, cl949. 159 p. © The 
Northwestern Press; 4Nov49; DP22179. 

HUCKLEBERRY Finn. DU22095, SEE 
Adams, Robert Neal, 



THE HUCKSTER Mikado. DU22349. 
Johnstone, Thomas Arthur, 



SEE 



HUDKINS. PAUL DICKINSON. 
New terms and laws in chemistry, anatomjj 
and surgery. [Lecture] © Paul Dickinson 
Hudkins; Ic 13Sep49; C4078. 

HUDSON (J. L. ) Company. 
Textile selling tips, DU21267, SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 



136 



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HUFFMAN, HERBERT. 
A candlelight carol service presenting the 
Columbus Boychoir [Television script] 
© Herbert Huffman; Ic 27Dec49; 
DU22653. 

HUGHES, Babette (Plechner). 
Sisters under the skin. SEE One-act 
plays for stage and study. AA136700. 

HUGHES, Dorothy B. 
The delicate ape. DU21860. SEE 
Violette, E. M. 

HUGHES, Glenn. 
Havana moon. SEE One-act plays for 
stage and study. AA136700. 

HUGHES, LEO. 
Ten English farces [edited by] Leo Hughes 
and A. H, Scouten. Austin, University 
of Texas Press, 1948. 286 p. With 
facsim. repr jductions of original title 
pages, © The Board of Regents of the 
University of Texas; 31Dec49; A38981. 

HUGO Wagenseil & Associates, SEE 
Wagenseil (Hugo) & Associates. 

HULL, MAURY ISAAC . 
Three men, a play in three acts. . © Maury 
Isaac Hull; Ic 20Dec49; DU22621. 

HUMAN cargo. DU20843. SEE 
The Green Hornet (Radio program) 
No. 955. 

HUMAN problems . DU20611, DU21236. 
SEE Groll, Jennie Goldstein. 

HUMAN relations in industry. C4249. 
SEE Palmer, Dwight R. G. 

HUMMERT, Anne. SEE Nona from 
Nowhere (Radio program) 

HUMMERT, Frank. SEE Nona fron; 
Nowhere. (Radio program) 

HUMPTY Dumpty theatre. DU21308, 
SEE Moser, Marie Gertrude, 

A HUNGARIAN rhapsody. SEE Biro, 
Lajos. Comedy at Tar navfeg. DU21448. 

THE HUNGER I got. SEE One-act plays for 
stage and study. AA136700. 

HUNT, GALE BORDEN. 
Curly and Candy, the cowhands. Music, 
lyrics, and narrative written for record- 
ing. © Gale Borden Hunt; lcllAug49; 
DU21074. 

HUNT, MARJORI. 
Father, dear father; a play in three acts 
by Marjorie Hunt and Arthur Pierson. 
© Marjori Hunt, Arthur Pierson; Ic 
21Nov49; DU22241. 

HUNTER, GEORGE IVAN. 
We live and learn, a human comedy in 
three acts by Gregg Hunter. © Gregg 
Hunter; Ic 280ct49; DU22174. 

HUNTER, Gregg. SEE Hunter, George 
Ivan. 

HUNTER, HELEN. 
Sudden romance, a comedy in three acts. 
Boston, Baker's Plays [1949]. 91 p. 
illus. (Baker's royalty plays) ©Helen 
Hunter; 29Sep49; DP21661. Prev. reg 
17Jan49; DU18065. 

HUNTER, Philip, 
Come back on Tuesday. DU20874, 
DU21650. SEE Hunter, Ruth. 

HUNTER, RUTH 
Come back on Tuesday, a dramatico musi- 
cal play by Ruth and Philip Hunter and 
Francis Sherling Oliver. Music by James 
Courtland Livingston. © Ruth Hunter, 
Philip Hunter, James C. Livingston, 



Francis Sherling Oliver; Ic 26Jul49; 
DU20874. 
Come back on Tuesday, a musical comedy 
in two acts. Book by Ruth and Philip 
Hunter, music and lyrics by James 
Livingston. Adapted from the book of 
the same title by Ruth Hunter. [Text 
only] © Philip Hunter, Ruth Hunter, 
James C. Livingston; Ic 14Sep49; 
DU21650. 

HUNTER, Sarah Harding. SEE Whelpley, 
Sarah Harding Hunter. 

THE HUNTER and his gun, DU20595. SEE 
Molnar, Ferenc. 

HUNTER and the hunted. DU22499. SEE 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) No. 
2644-1869. 

HURLEY, GENE. 
The merry man, by Gene Hurley, Joan 
Kafka, and Nicola Paone. [Film 
script] © Nicola Paone; Ic 28Nov49; 
DU22305. 



HUTCHINSON, Janet. 
Janet Hutchinson. 



SEE Siebert, 



HUTCHINSON, Mary. SEE Westland, 
Mary (Hutchinson) 



HYDE, Mrs. Donald F. SfeE Hyde, Mary 

Morley Crapo. 

HYDE, MARY MORLEY CRAPO. 

Lively lady, a play in five scenes by Mary 
Morley. © Mary Morley Crapo Hyde 
(Mrs. Donald F. Hyde); Ic 8Aug49; 
DU21009. 



I, a stranger. DP20924. SEE Potter, 
Grace Elizabeth, 

I beg to disagree with Horace Greely. 
C3981. SEE Glass, Miriam. 

I confess. DU21192, SEE DeWitt, Jack. 

I know my love. DU22111. SEE Behrman, 
Samuel Nathaniel. 

I love you SEE Murray, Norbert. Spring 
song. DU21483. 

I ought to go home. DU21018. SEE The 
Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

I pledge allegiance, DU21948. SEE 
Levine, Robert Hilliard . 

I remember. DU21020. SEE The Hour of 
St. Francis (Radio program) 

I was a stranger. DU22359. SEE The 
Greatest Story Ever Told (Radio program) 
No. 126. 

I was born in vaudeville. C4268. SEE 
Maugham, Dora I. 

Ich liebe ein Phantom. DU22604. SEE 
Fetscherin, Alfred , 

THE IDEAL form of government. C4239 . 
SEE Bernard, Edward. A world to be, 
no. 1. 

THE IDEATER show budget. DP21240. 
SEE Lucas, Ulysses Sheridan. 

IF \ had listened to mother. DU21912. 
SEE DePriest, Zola Taylorf 

IF it please the court- DU21642. SEE 
Wallace, Morgan. 

IF ye forgive not. DU21797, SEE The 
Greatest Story Ever Told (Radio program) 
No. 119. 



IF you live so long. DU21871 SEE 
Kaunitz, Julius. 

IGO, HAROLD. 

The lion's whelp, a play in three acts. 
© Harold Igo; Ic 24Aug49; DU21152. 

I'LL elope with Calliope. C3965. SEE 
Perkins, Lewis Bryant, 

THE IMAGE and a soul. DU21861. SEE 
Silverman, Howard Allen. 

THE IMMIGRANT, SEE 
Dr. Christian (Radio program) 

No. 557. DU20799. 
Kiamopoulos, Harry (Kay) DP21479. 

THE IMPORTANCE of early influence in 
the home, i. e. Life of Margaret Mead. 
SEE Klotsche, Roberta R. Your child 
and mine. C4025. 

THE IMPOSTOR. SEE Rogers, Alice 
Jane, Tartuffe. C4083, 

IMPROVEMENT of character. DU21405. 
SEE Fulda, Ludwig. 

IN a house down the street. DU20660. 
SEE Martin, Gladys Laffin. 

"IN-a-minute" land. DU22361. SEE Keith, 
Clara Margaret. 

IN a strange land. DP21053, SEE Snowe, 
Dorothy Busby. 

IN behalf of oblivion. DU21309. SEE 
Ensign, Charles Joseph. 

IN David's town, DP21814. SEE Kirk, 
Hazel Jean. 

EN duplicate. DU21208, SEE Wynne, 
Richard Henry. 

IN my fashion. DU22437, SEE Polchlopek, 
Clover Burton. 

[N my lady's chamber. DU21994, SEE 
Blatt, William Mosher. 

IN our hands. DU21934. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

IN the middle of plenty. DU21703. SEE 
Mary Gretchen, Sister. 

IN the morning DU20747. SEE 
Gillivan, James Joseph. 

IN the name of culture. DU22177, SEE 
Bimboni, Alberto. 

INCIDENT at Eureka Bumps. SEE One-act 
plays for stage and study. AA136700, 

INCIDENT at sea. DP21605. SEE 
The Eternal Light (Radio program) 
No. 238. 

INCIDENT on a park bench. DU21527. SEE 
First Nighter (Radio program) 
July 7, 1949. 

THE INCONSTANT moon DU21216. SEE 
Kreutz, Irving William. 

INDIAN campaign. DU22511. SEE The 
Lone Ranger (Radio program) No. 2636- 
1861. 

THE INFORMER. DP21437. SEE 
McGreevey, John. 

INHERITANCE, DU21090. SEE Thomas, 
Jean Gwendolyn. 

INKY Pinky, C3973. SEE Carpenter, 
Murray. 

INKY Poo. C4053. SEE Karns, Roscoe 
Lewis. 



137 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



INLAND Marine Underwriters Association, 
Found money, DU21265. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

INLAND Steel Company. 
In our hands. DU21934, SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

INNES, JAMES MUNRO. 
Wonderful world a' coming, a comedy in 
seven scenes by Munro Innes, © James 
Munro Innes; Ic 23Sep49; DU21500. 

INSECT and disease control. C3865. SEE 
Milwaukee Equipment Manufacturing 
Company. Rotary tillage talks by M-E, 
no. 6 . 



INSIDE the book. 
Lillian. 



DP18027. SEE Berson, 



INSTITUTE of Educational Relations. 
Successful selling. C4161. SEE 
Eilbirt, Henry. 

INTERCHEMICAL Corporation. Internation- 
al Printing Ink Division. 

Rainbows to order. DU20710. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

INTERNATIONAL Haitian Exposition. 
Haiti celebrates. DU21228. SEE 
Woodhouse, Henry. 

INTERNATIONAL Harvester Company, 
Bring 'em in to buy. C4301. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc . 
Jarvis learns his lesson. DU21688. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

INTERNATIONAL Harvester Company. 
Motor Truck Division. 
Brake efficiency and effective brake 
factors. C4127. SEE WUding Picture 
Productions, inc. 
Chassis dimensions: frames & springs. 
C4124. SEE Wilding Picture Productions, 
inc. 
Chassis-matched bodies. C4126. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
International L-Iine trucks: front axles 
and steering. C4128, C4303. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
International's L-line trucks. C4129. 

SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Under the hood. C4299. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

INTERNATIONAL L-line trucks: front 
axles and steering. C4128, C4303. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

INTERNATIONAL Ladies' Garment Work- 
ers' Union. 

A way of life. DU20908. SEE 
Wishengrad, Morton. 

tNTERNATIONAL'S L-line trucks. C4129. 
SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

INTERPLANETARY navigation. C4258. 
SEE Crompton, George. 

INTIMATE glimpses of opera. C3828. 
SEE Singletary, Charles E. 

INTO this universe, DU20815. SEE 

Chestnut, William Austin, 



THE INTRIGUING stranger. 
SEE Chapman, Tedwell. 



DU20673 



INTRODUCTION to current flow. C399B. 
SEE Gorder, Leslie Orlando. Trans - 
pondence course EE-3. 

INTRODUCTION to the Diesel engine 
industry. C4244. SEE Dunkin, Lenville 
Hawthorne, 



INVISIBLE barrier. DU20719. 
Duff, Harry James. 



SEE 



INVITATION to Joseph's feast. DU21555. 
SEE The Children's Chapel (Radio pro- 
gram) No. 73. 

IRENE. DU22216, DU22579. SEE 
Verneuil, Louis. 

IRISH lace. DU20593- SEE Melcher, 
Marguerite Fellows. 

IRVING, Washington. 
The legend of the moor's legacy. SEE 
Nicholson, Anne Preston. The enchant- 
ed treasure. DU22363. 
Rip Van Winkle. DU21887. SEE Hennessy, 
Edward William. 

IS my slip showing? DU21065. SEE 
Morison, William Rainey. 

THE ISSUE of an ideal. DU21331. SEE 
Gordon, William Ralph. 

IT could be anywhere. DU20697. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

IT does something for you'. DP21438. 
SEE Vining, Donald. 

IT happens every Christmas. DU21203. 
SEE Dashe, Adele Dane. 

IT happens every spring. DU22071. SEE 
Lux Radio Theatre (Radio program) 
Oct. 3, 1949. 

IT is our own business DU22698. SEE 
Kalaszh, Helen Nador. 

IT isn't my problem. DU22442. SEE 
Smeeth, Adeline Vaile. 

IT never dawned on me. DU22693. SEE 
Columbia University. VD radio project. 

IT'S a date. DP21481. SEE Provence, 
Jean. 

IT'S a free country. DU21866. SEE 
Actor's Studio (Television program) 
No. 38. 

IT'S a glorious life. DU21857. SEE 
Abrams, Louis Enard. 

IT'S a hit: DP21493. SEE McMullen, 
Joseph Carl. 

IT'S about time, C3921. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

IT'S an old California custom. DU21222. 
SEE Carre, Linda Jordan. 

IT'S an original, pt. 1-3. DU20680- 
20682. SEE Aunt Jenny's Real Life 
Stories (Radio program) June 14- 
16, 1949. 

IT'S Christmas outside. DU21686. SEE 
Rand, Abby Hoff . 

IT'S done every day. DU22033. SEE 
Karp, Abraham Norman. 

IT'S fun to celebrate. DP21908 SEE 
Whipple, Mary. 

IT'S got to be sold. C3862. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

IT'S ridiculous. DU20613. SEE 
Jackson and Jill (Television program) 

IT'S show time. SEE Moser, Marie 
Gertrude. Humpty Dumpty theatre. 
DU21308. 

IVAN Bloom Hardin Company. 
The miracle at Fatima. DP21620. SEE 
Boyd, Byron Bennett. 



J. L. Hudson Company. SEE 
Hudson (J. L. ) Comoany. 

J. Smith, detective. DU21888, SEE 
Jay, Verne. 

J. Walter Thompson Company. SEE 
Thompson (J. Walter) Company. 

JACK Adair's big time minstrels. 
DP21232. SEE Adair, Jack. 

JACK-in-the-box. DU21671. SEE 
Martin, Elizabeth Yost. 

JACK Meyers. DU21946. SEE 
Plainclothes Man (Television program) 
No. 3. 

THE JACKAL. DU21875. SEE Howard, 
Sallie. 

THE JACKPOT. SEE 
Bell, Stanley James. DU21342. 
Berges, Max L. DU21421. 

JACK'S Gorgon. DU21207. SEE Collins, 
Dennis. 

JACKSON, CAARY PAUL 
Drop dead, a mystery farce in one act. 
Minneapolis, Northwestern Press, cl949. 
31 p. © The Northwestern Press; 140ct49; 
DP21989 

JACKSON, Danny, pseud. SEE Sachs, 
Daniel Howard. 

JACKSON, DONALD GORDON. 
Johnny has two lives. [Radio script] 

© Donald G. Jackson; Ic 5Jul49; 

DU20623. 
Love seeketh the milkman, a comedy in 

one act. © Donald G. Jackson; Ic 

25Jul49; DU20875. 

JACKSON, MARY LACKEYE. 
The rejected hayseed, a modern play in 
three acts. © Mrs. Mary Lackeye 
Jackson; Ic 27Jun49; on revisions; 
DU20756. Prev. reg "Old memories;" 
15Peb40; DU68491. 

JACKSON AND JILL (Television program) 
Script in this series is by Lou Lilly and 
Jerry Fairbanks. © Jerry Fairbanks, inc. 

It's ridiculous. © Ic lJul49; DU20613. 

JACOB blesses the sons of Joseph. DU21551. 
SEE The Children's Chapel (Radio pro- 
gram) No. 77. 

JACOB goes to Egypt. DU21552. SEE 
The Children's Chapel (Radio program) 
No. 76. 

JACOBSEN, HAZEL FELT. 

We sing for joy, for this is America; a 
dramatico-musical composition. 
© Hazel Felt Jacobsen; Ic 12Dec49; 
DU22485. 

We're coming. Uncle Sann; a patriotic 
pageant. [Text and music on separate 
leaves] © Hazel Felt Jacobsen; Ic 
15Jul49; DU20774. 

JAGENDORF, Moritz Adolf. 
The farce of the worthy Master Pierre 
Patelin. DP20631. SEE Pathelin. 

JAKE, the tadpole, DU20975. 
SEE Cartoon Teletales (Television pro- 
gram) Apr. 17, 1949. 

JAM Handy Organization, inc. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 



138 



DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



JAMES, BARRY. 
The story of Wynn Adair, a daily comic 
strip for television by Barry James and 
Nick Nichols. © Barry James, Nick 
Nichols; Ic 16Sep49; DU21408. 

JAMIESON, RONALD STUART. 
Royal flush and a Tedron suit; television 
commercial by Ronald Jamieson and Ted 
Martin Greek. © Ronald Jamieson, Jr. , 
Ted Martin Greek; Ic 14Nov49- 
DU22136. 

JAMISON, Colin G. 
It's a free country. DU21866. SEE 
Actor's Studio (Television program) 
No. 38. 

JAMRA, Robert, pseud. SEE 
Dunseith, John Carl. 

JANACEK, LEGS. 
Kdta Kabanovci, opera o 3 jedndnfch. 
Podle A. N. Ostrovsk^ho "Boure" 
v prekladu Vine Cervinky, hudbu 
slozil Leo^ Janicek. Katja Kabanowa, 
Oper in 3 Akten. Nach A. N. Ostrowskijs 
"Gewitt^r" in der Ubersetzung von 
Vine. Cervinka, musik von [Leos 
Jariacek]. Ins Deutsche Qbertragen von 
M^x Brod. Partitura. Partitur. 
Vide^, Universal-Edition, cl922. 2 v. 
© Universal-Edition; 30Aug22; DP21384. 

JANE Minster. DU22650. SEE Famous 
Jury Trials (Television program) No. 11. 



JANES, Robert W. 
Acquitted. DU22316. 



SEE Rauh, Ida. 



JANEWAY, AUGUSTINE WARNER. 
Shoot the moon, a musical play in three acts, 
by Augustine Warner Janeway, Julia Down- 
ing Jane way, and Hugh Bennoch Hanson. 
[Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Augustine Warner Janeway, Julia Down- 
ing Janeway, Hugh Bennoch Hanson; Ic 
12Dec49; DU22459. 

JANEWAY, Julia Downing. 
Shoot the moon. DU22459. SEE 
Janeway, Augustine Warner. 

JARALD, Franz. 
Works by Franz Jarald in collaboration 
with Hans St5ckel, written under the 
pseud. , Michael Roberts, are entered 
under the pseud. 

JARVIS learns his lesson. DU216 88. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

JAY, James Griffin. SEE 
The Hour of St. Francis (Radio program) 

JAY, VERNE. 
J. Smith, detective. Radio audition script, 

no. 1. © The Crosley Broadcasting 

Corp.; Ic 210ct49; DU21888. 
Melody trail; radio script, June 19, 1949. 

© The Crosley Broadcasting Corp.; Ic 

27Jun49; C3809. 

JAY Berwanger. C4150. SEE The 
American Way (Radio program) 

THE JEALOUS mother. DU21547. SEE 
Campbell, William Jess. 

JEANETTE, GERTRUDE HADLEY. 
A bolt from the blue, a three-act play. 
© Gertrude Hadley Jeanette; Ic 30ct49; 
DU21629. 

JEANTET, Jean Frangois. SEE Frangois- 
Jeantet, Jean. 

JEAYES, ALLAN. 
Piccadilly circus. Mother and daughter. 
All the world's a stage. Being three 
duologues for women. London, H. F. W. 
Deane [1949]. 20 p. © Allan Jeayes; 
lJun49; DP21418. 



JEFF Stockton, cabdriver. 
SEE Roth, Stella Ann. 



DU21885. 



JENNINGS, GERARD THOMAS. 
Tarnished silver, a play in three acts. 
© Gerard Thomas Jennings; Ic 310ct49; 
DU21942. 

JENNINGS, ROBERT G. 
Chance of a lifetime; radio script, July 31, 
1949. © Robert G. Jennings; Ic 17Jug49; 
C3979. 

JENSEN, EILEEN STITH. 
The morning is here, a play in three acts 
by Eileen Jensen and Edward Cowan. 
© Eileen S. Jensen, Edward M. Cowan; 
Ic 13Jul49; DU20720. 

JENSEN, LEONARD G. 
A tale of the Bitter Root, an historical 
community pageant-drama in four 
episodes, by Leonard G. Jensen, 
Mildred Martin, Bert B. Hansen, and 
Washington J. McCormick. Rev. ver- 
sion. © Bitter Root Pageant Commit- 
tee of Stevensville; Ic 7Jul49; DU20661. 

JERICHO. DU21530. SEE 
Mulroney, John Edward. 



JERRY Fairbanks, inc. 
(Jerry) inc. 



SEE Fairbanks 



JEWISH Education Committee of New York, 
inc. Maccabee— 1948. DP20630. SEE 
Citron, Samuel Joseph. 

JEWISH Theological Seminary of America. 
SEE The Eternal Light (Radio program) 

.JIM Dawson comes home. DU22508. SEE 
The Lone Ranger (Radio program) 
No. 2633-1858. 

JIM Johnson's busy week. DU21112. SEE 
Jones, Laflin Clifford. 

JIM Lansing. DU22244. SEE 
Plainclothes Man (Television program) 
No. 6. 

JIM Thorpe. C3811. SEE The 
American Way (Radio program) 

JIMMY Conzelman. C4072. SEE 
The American Way (Radio program) 

JIMMY Foxx. C3951. SEE The 
American Way (Radio program) 

JIMMY McLarnin. C3822. SEE The 
American Way (Radio program) 

JIMMY'S mistake; or, Jimmy's lucky 
mistake. DU22566. SEE Mader, 
John Robert. 

JOB. DU21564. SEE The Children's 
Chapel (Radio program) No. 64. 

JODICE, WILLARD ARTHUR. 
Train smoke, a comedy drama in two 
acts. © Willard Arthur Jodice; Ic 
7Nov49; DU22189. 

JOE Booth gets a break. DU21933. SEE 
Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

JOE Cronin. C3952. SEE The 
American Way (Radio program) 

JOE, der GlQcksbringer, DU21979. SEE 
Kelemen, Paul Gordon Stev. 

JOE Forchee's prayer tree. DP22675, 
SEE The Land We Live In (Radio program) 
Dec. 22, 1949, 

JOE Medwick. C3873. SEE The American 
Way (Radio program) 



JOHANN, der muntre Seifensieder. 
DP22627. SEE Fischer, Erich. 

JOHN Butterfield's overland express. 
DP21428. SEE The Land We Live In 
(Radio program) No. 277. 

JOHN Law. DU22391 SEE Roberts, 
Michael, pseud. 

JOHN MacEwan. C4142. SEE The 
American Way (Radio program) 

JOHN Ott Pictures, inc. SEE Ott (John) 
Pictures, inc, 

JOHN Shanahan, me boy. DP21400. SEE 
Casey, Francis Michael. 

JOHN steps askew. DU21774. SEE 
Conner, Evelyn Saxton. 

THE JOHNNIE Trundle legend. SEE Todd, 
Robert E. Lump in my throat. DU22218. 

JOHNNY. DU21444. SEE Kirschbaum, 
Kenneth James. 

JOHNNY and Mary and the Magic Rabbit 
visit the giants of Smokey Mountain. 
C3905, SEE Schuyler, Dorothy. 

JOHNNY Evers. C3960. SEE The Amer- 
ican Way (Radio program) 

JOHNNY has two lives. DU20623. SEE 
Jackson, Donald Gordon. 

JOHNNY on the spot. C4233. SEE 
Dawson, John Hayland. 

JOHNNY One -Eye. DU21201. SEE Bogeaus, 
Benedict. 

JOHNSON, ALBERT. 

We're in the money, a comedy in three 
acts. Boston, Baker's Plays [1949]. 
69 p. illus. (Baker's royalty plays) 
© Walter H. Baker Co. ; 23Jun49; 
DP20579. 

JOHNSON, EDWARD T. 
Magic mysteries, a television show, by 
Edward T. Johnson, Vy Russell, and 
Sue Dwiggins. [Sample script] © Wil- 
lard G. Gregory & Co. ; Ic 29Nov49; 
DU22318. 

JOHNSON, EYVIND. 
Strandernas svall, ett drama i tre akter 
och ett antal bilder om den atervandande. 
Stockholm, A. Bonnier [1948]. 143 p. 
(Sv. teatern. N:o 471) ©Albert 
Bonniers FSrIag A. -B. ; 10Nov48; 
AF11273. 



JOHNSON, Natalie Nichols. 
The devil and the angel. DU21311. 
Kerrigan, Joseph John . 



SEE 



JOHNSON, PHILIP. 
Blood and thunder, a comedy in one act. 

London, S. French [1949]. 30 p. illus. 

(French's acting edition, no. 1156) 

© Samuel French ltd. ; 2Sep49; 

DP21430. 
Green grow the cabbages, a connedy in 

one act- London, S. French [1949]. 

29 p» illus. (French's acting edition, 

no. 671) © Samuel French ltd. ; 

29Sep49; DP21810. 
Hope springs eternal, a comedy in one 

act. London, S. French [1949]. 31 p. 

illus. (French's acting edition, no. 1984) 

© Samuel French, ltd. ; 50ct49; DP21835. 

JOHNSON, Robert E. 
The dreamlost. SEE One-act plays for 
stage and study. AA136700. 

JOHNSON (S. C.)&Son, inc. SEE 
Fibber McGee and Molly (Radio program) 



139 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



JOHNSTON, LEONORA. 
The fir-tree fairy, a Christmas fantasy 
in prologue and one scene. Evanston, 
111-, Row, Peterson, cl949. 19 p. 
©Row, Peterson & Co.; 18Aug49- 
DP21909. 

JOHNSTON, Rod. 
Yay Springdalel DP22251. SEE Clemens, 
James R. 

JOHNSTON, WINIFRED JOSEPHINE. 
Happy ever after; a commemoration of the 
granting of statehood to Oklahoma, 
November 16, 1907, featuring a reenact- 
ment of the original ceremony "A mar- 
riage of state" performed on that day 
in Guthrie, Oklahoma. ©Winifred 
Johnston (Mrs. Charles M. Perry); 
Ic 14Nov49; DU22304. 

JOHNSTONE, THOMAS ARTHUR. 

The huckster Mikado; or, Bip, Bop, and 
Burp. A modern version of Gilbert and 
Sullivan's Mikado, in two acts and a pro- 
logue. © Thomas Arthur Johnstone- 
Ic 23Nov49; DU22349. 

JONES, Clyde William. 
The Dalton gang. DU21668. SEE 

Kurtz, Russell Wilkinson. 
Romance of Julia Dalton, wife of Emmett 

Dalton. DU21499. SEE Kurtz, Russell 

Wilkinson, 

JONES, GWENYTH. 
There's no problem, a comedy in one act. 
London, S. French [1949]. 39 p. illus. 
(French's acting edition, no. 2314) 
© Samuel French ltd.; 14Jun49; DP21058. 

JONES, J. Franklin. SEE 
You Are There (Radio program) 

JONES, KENSINGER. 
The Land We Live In. SEE The Land We 

Live In (Radio script) 
The witch charmer, a musical play in 

three acts. [Text only] © Kensinger 

Jones; Ic 3Aug49; DU20967. 

JONES. LAFLIN CLIFFORD. 
Jim Johnson's busy week, a play in three 
scenes. © Northwestern Mutual Life 
Insurance Co. ; Ic 18Aug49; DU21112. 

JONES, MARC EDMUND. 
The Bohenaian bowl, a drama in three acts. 

© Marc Edmund Jones; Ic 30Sep49; 

DU21623. 
The rich loam, a drama in three acts. 

© Marc Edmund Jones; Ic 260ct49; 

DU21893. 

JONES, WILLIAM ELLIS. 
Dollars and nonsense, a comedy of content- 
ment. [In three acts] Boston, Baker's 
Plays [1949]. 66 p. illus. (Baker's 
edition of plays) © Walter H. Baker Co. ; 
16Sep49; DP21495. 

JOSEPH and the dreams of Pharoah. 
DU21559. SEE The Children's Chapel 
(Radio program) No. 69. 

JOSEPH in prison. DU21560. SEE 
The Children's Chapel (Radio program) 
No. 68. 

JOSEPH is identified. DU21553. SEE 
The Children's Chapel (Radio program) 
No. 75. 

JOSEPH meets his brothers in Egypt 
DU21557. SEE The Children's Chapel 
(Radio program) No. 71. 

JOSEPH sold by his brothers. DU21562 
SEE The Children's Chapel (Radio program) 
No. 66. 

JOSEPH tempted. DU21561, SEE The 
Children's Chapel (Radio program) 
No. 67. 



JOSEPH'S brothers explain to Jacob, 
DU21556. SEE The Children's Chapel 
(Radio program) No. 72. 

JOSEPHUS, JOSEPH. 
May Day activities. A dramatic composi- 
tion. 8 pages . © Joseph Josephus; 
14Jul49; DP21108. 

JOURNEY to glory, DU21879. SEE 
Scott, Robert Franklin. 

THE JOUST of the Golden and Silver 
Knights. C3896. SEE Fiala, Anthony. 

^OYCE, Betty. SEE Challenge of the 
Yukon (Radio program) 

JUDY and the Colonel. DP22409. SEE 
Stone, James Floyd. 

JULIA'S Caesar, DU20642 SEE 
Zawadsky, Patience Hartman. 

JULIUS Caesar DP21820. SEE 
Shakespeare, William. 

JUNE bride DU22069. SEE 
Lux Radio Theatre (Radio program) 
Aug 29, 1949, 

JUNE dawn. DP22476 SEE Ettlinger, 
Don Victor. 

JUNIOR League of Great Falls, inc 
Monte Miser's change of heart. 
DU20591, SEE Cory, Clary J. 

JUNIOR Police Academy. DU21977 SEE 
Adler, Paul F. 

JUST a little Rosemary. DU22003. SEE 
Dawson, Marlow. 

JUST some tales. DU22609. SEE Long- 
streth, Joseph Edwin. 

JUSTUS Post's lost empire. DP22376. 
SEE The Land We Live In (Radio program) 
Dec. 1, 1949. 



K 



K. B. M Publishers, inc. 
Santa's calling. DU22340. SEE Bova, 
Joe. 

K. G. DU21323. SEE Melone, John Halsey. 

KO punching with flowing power. C4275. 
SEE Sachey, Michael. 

KABICA, ALFRED R. 
That they may learn, the origin of the 
modern Sunday school. A play in two 
acts. © Alfred R. Kabica; Ic 22Dec49; 
DU22632. 

KACZANDER, PAUL. 
Red Gcose quiz party. [Radio script] 
© Paul Kaczander; Ic 20Jul49; 
C4024 

KADISCH, GERHARD ERNEST. 
Honeymoon night, a comedy in three acts 
© Gerhard E. Kadisch; Ic 26Sep49; 
DU21515. 

KAFKA, Joan. 
The merry man. DU22305. SEE Hurley, 
Gene 

KAGAN, Ben. 
Baby and me. DU22690. SEE Columbia 

University. VD radio project. 
The ballad of the man of steel. DU22694. 

SEE Columbia University. VD radio 

project. 
Big deal. DU22692. SEE Columbia 

University. VD radio project. 

KAISER, GEORG. 

Napoleon in New Orleans; a play In eight 



scenes by Georg Kaiser, adapted for 
the American stage by Hans Rothe. 
© Hans Rothe; Ic 6Jul49; DU20636. 
Odyssee; Schauspiel. © Paul Gordon 
Stev Kelemen; Ic 21Jun49; DU20724. 

KALADORE CORPORATION. 
Beloved. [Film script] © Kaladore Corp. ; 
Ic 12Dec49; DU22593. 

KALASZH, HELEN NADOR. 
It is our own business, a play in ten 
scenes by Helen Nador. © Mrs. Helen 
Nador Kalaszh; Ic 29Dec49; DU22698. 

KALLESSER, MICHAEL. 
For the rich they sing, a comedy in two 
acts. © Michael Kallesser; Ic 6Sep49: 
DU21317. 

KAMARCK, NORBERT LAWRENCE. 
Lernean fen, a play in two acts by Norbert 
Lawrence Kamarck and Nicholas Verven. 
© Norbert Lawrence Kamarck, Nicholas 
Verven; Ic 12Dec49; DU22488. 

KAMILE, COLEMAN. 
The conquistador, a musical play in two 
acts. Book and lyrics by Coleman 
Kamile, music by David Fleischman. 
[Text only] © Coleman Kamile; Ic 
15Aug49; DU21103. 
An onion makes me cry, an operetta in a 
prologue and two acts. Book and lyrics 
by Coleman Kamile, music by Roger Bass. 
[Text and music on separate leaves] 
© Roger Bass, Coleman Kamile; Ic 
8Aug49; DU21015. 

KAMMAN, LEIGH. 
The my man show, by Leigh Kamman and 
Thomas P. McGovern. [Radio script] 
© Leigh Kamman, Thomas P. McGovern; 
Ic 26Sep49; C4107. 

KANE, Frank. SEE The Shadow (Radio 
program) ■ 

THE KANGAROO Kid. DU22185. SEE 
Veitch, Anthony Scott. 

KANIN, Fay (Mitchell) 
Goodbye, my fancy. SEE The Burns 
Mantle best plays of 1948-49. AA132040. 

KANIN, GARSON. 

The rat race, a comedy in three acts. 
© Gars on Kanin, Ruth Gordon; Ic 
15Aug49; DU21093. 

The smile of the world [a play in three 
acts] New York, Dramatists Play 
Service [1949]. 80 p. front. © Garson 
Kanin, Ruth Gordon; 27Jul49; DP21 119. 
Prev. reg. 5Aug47; D unp. 10675. 

KANTOR, CYRIL. 
Catch a nigger, a play in three acts. 
© Cyril Kantor; Ic 170ct49; DU21792. 

KANTOROWITZ, M. 
Der Hauptmann des Herodes. DU2J235. 

SEE Schulthess, Erica von. 
Lili SchOnemann. DU21305. SEE 

Schulthess, Erica von. 
Zwischen Ende und Anfang. DU21304. 

SEE Schulthess, Erica von. 

KAPLAN, WILLIAM HENRY. 
Happenabee, a play in three acts by 
Will K. Plan [pseud. ] © William H. 
Kaplan; Ic 13Jul49; DU20717. 

KAPNER, IRVING. 
The sideline soldiers, a play in three 
acts. © Irving Kapner; Ic 8Nov49; 
DU22046. 

KARAGOUNELIS, Melanchrine. 
The immigrant. DP21479. SEE 
Kiamopoulos, Harry (Kay) 

KARASTE, L. C, pseud. SEE 
Statler, George. 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



KARNS, ROSCOE LEWIS. 
Inky Poo; television script. © Roscoe 
Lewis Karns; Ic 9Sep49; C4053. 

KARP. ABRAHAM NORMAN. 
It's done every day, a play in two acts by 
Abraham Karp and John Rothschild. 
© Abraham Karp, John Rothschild; Ic 
7Nov49; DU22033. 

KASER. ARTHUR LeROY. 

Button busters; easily staged acts, skits, 
and sketches. Boston, Baker's Plays 
[1949]. 112 p. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
25Jul49; DP20926. 

For men only, a mock wedding entertain- 
ment with an all -male cast. Minneapo- 
lis, T. S. Denison [1949]. 11 p. 
© T. S. Denison & Co. ; 40ct49; DP21760. 

No fishing allowed, a comedy sketch. 
Minneapolis. T. S. Denison [1949). 
12 p. (Denison's comedy sketches) 
© T S. Denison & Co.; 140ct49; 
DP21915. 



KASLE, Daniel. 
Fair and warmer. DU21322. 
Weinstein, Harriett. 



SEE 



KATA^Kabanova. 
Janacek, Leos. 



DP21384. SEE 



KATIE, the caterpillar. DU20769. SEE 
Here's Heidy (Radio program) 
July 31, 1949. 

KATJA Kabanowa. SEE Janacek, Leos. 
Kata Kabanov^. DP21384. 

KATO joins a mob. DU21069. SEE The 
Green Hornet (Radio program) No. 960. 

KAUFFMANN, STANLEY. 
The late beginners, a play in two acts. 
© Stanley Kauffmann; Ic 15Nov49; 
DU22151. 

KAUFMAN, George Simon. 
Bravo: DP21383. SEE Ferber, Edna. 

KAUNITZ, JULIUS. 
If you live so long, a play in 32 scenes. 
© Julius Kaunitz; Ic 60ct49; DU21871. 



KAY. Harry. 
(Kay) 



SEE Kiamopoulos, Harry 



KAYE, NIKKI. 
Window shopping; television audition 
script. © Nikki Kaye; Ic 15Aug49; 
DU21238. 

KAYSER, MARTHA CABANNE. 
The time is now, a modern drama in two 
acts. © Martha Cabann^ Kayser; Ic 
14Dec49; DU22552. 

KAYTON, GEORGE RICHARD. 
More geese than swans? A play in three 
acts by B^la Philips [pseud. ] © George 
R. Kayton; Ic lAug49; DU20952. 

KEANE, JAMES. 
Lorna Gayle. . . G. A. V. ; a dramatic 
play in three acts. © James Keane; Ic 
20Sep49; DU21487. 

KEATING. Lawrence Alfred. 
Near chaos. DU20622. SEE Bloch, 
Robert. 

KEAY, HAROLD E. 
A safe Christmas tree, a play in six 
scenes. © Harold E. Keay; Ic 18Nov49; 
DU22414. 

KEEP it in the south. DU21859. SEE 
Norfleet, Mary Ellen. 

KEEP the secret. DU20716. SEE 
Yanopulos, Mary Arvanitaky Papa. 

KEETON, Arthur Claude. 
Robin Hood. DP21662. SEE Rhodes, 
Kathlyn. 



KEITH. CLARA MARGARET. 
"In-a-minute" land. For fun and fancy; 
primarily for age level 6 to 10 years 
old. [Sample radio script] © Clara 
Margaret Keith; Ic 5Dec49; DU22361. 

KEITH, RUSSELL MORTON. 
Green whiskers, a play in three acts. 
© Russell Morton Keith; Ic 3Nov49- 
DU21974. 

KELEMEN, PAUL GORDON STEV. 

Joe, der GlOcksbringer (Lucky Joe); 
KomOdie mit Musik in drei Akten und 
einer Verwandlung von Bert Reisfeld 
und Ludwig Stossel, nach dem Ameri- 
kanischen von Carl Conrad [pseud, of 
Paul Gordon Stev Kelemen] © Paul 
Gordon Stev Kelemen; Ic 3Nov49- 
DU21979. 

Odyssee. DU20724. SEE Kaiser, 
Georg. 

KELLER, Sheldon Bernard. 
Easy street. C3931. SEE 
Mendelsohn, Monroe Paul. 

KELLER, WILLIAM SLOTTERBACK. 
Venom, a play in three acts. © William 
Slotterback Keller; Ic 15Nov49; 
DU22144. 

KELLMAN, LEON. 
Worlds apart, a play in three acts. 
© Leon Kellman; Ic 29Aug49; 
DU21223. 

KELLOGG, LUCILE. 

A midsummer night's revue. A fashion 
show with Shakespearian background, 
comedy and song. [Text only] 
© Eleanore Phillips, Lucile Kellogg; 
Ic 14Sep49; DU21378. 



KELLY. Blanche C. 
College man. DU22532. 
William Clemon. 



SEE Kelly, 



KELLY, GEORGE EDWARD. 

Craig's wife, a drama [in three acts] 
New York, S. French [1949]. 126 p. 
illus. © George Kelly; 22Sep49; on 
revisions; DP21842. Prev. reg. 31Jul25, , 
D unp. 72339; 2Jan26, D pub. 74059. 

KELLY, WILLLAM CLEMON. 
College man, a new comedy in three acts. 
© William Clemon Kelly, Blanche C. 
Kelly; Ic 12Dec49; on revisions} 
DU22532. Prev. reg. 16Aug48, DU15960; 
270ct47. DU11156. 

KENDALL, ALMA PARK. 
Kill me lovingly, a play in three acts by 
Park Kendall. © Park Kendall; Ic 
27Jul49; DU20906. 

KENDALL, Park. SEE Kendall, Alma 
Park. 

KENNEDY, ALICE M. 
America's future, a choric reading. 
© Alice M. Kennedy; Ic 21Sep49; 
DU21486. 

KENNEDY, Margaret Todd. 
In David's town. DP21814. SEE Kirk, 
Hazel Jean. 

KENNEDY, TERESA ROSE. 
Pennsylvania — past and present; verse 
written for reading chorus, to accompany 
a pageantry of stage and local history. 
Used on Oct. 17, 1949, at Emporium 
High School. © Teresa Kennedy; Ic 
•l8Nov49; C4276. 

KENN?Y, MARIE. 
Women's program for peace; radio ad- 
dress. © Marie Kenney; Ic 13Jul49; 
C4037. 

KENNY, Charles. 
Swing east. DU22644. SEE Byrne, John 
Joseph. 



KENNY, Nick. 
Swing east. DU22644. SEE Byrne, John 
Joseph. 

KENT, Alan. SEE A Couple of Joes 
(Television program) 

KENT, Walter. 
Sing to the moon. DU21999. SEE 
DeKoven, David. 

KENYON, CHARLES ARTHUR. 
Night raven, a play in two acts. © Charles 
Arthur Kenyon; Ic 3Nov49; DU21981. 

KERKOW (HERBERT) INC. 
Your Air Force quiz; script no. 1 by 
Richard A. Walsh. [Illustrated film 
script] © Herbert Kerkow, inc.; Ic 
9Aug49; DU21123. 

KERMIT, the hermit. DU21921. SEE 
Mayor, Dorothy Compston. 

KERR, JEAN. 
Thank you, just looking; a musical revue 
in two acts. Sketches and lyrics by 
Jean and Walter Kerr. [Text only] Sub- 
sequently entitled "Touch and go. " 
© Jean Collins Kerr, Walter Francis Keri^ 
Ic 10Aug49; on revisions; DU21077. Prev. 
reg. "Prize package, " 7Mar49; DU18900. 

KERR, Walter. 
Thank you, just looking. DU21077. SEE 
Kerr, Jean. 

KERRIGAN, JOSEPH JOHN. 
The devil and the angel, a play in three 
acts by Joseph John Kerrigan and 
Natalie Nichols Johnson. © Joseph John 
Kerrigan, Natalie Nichols Johnson; Ic 
6Sep49; DU21311. 

KERSHAW, ERNEST. 
Ante-room, a play in one act. London, 
H. F. W. Deane [1949]. 21 p. (Deane's 
series of plays) © Ernest Kershaw; 
ljun49; DP21419. 

KESLER, HALO. 
Love rides the bus, a one act farce. Min- 
neapolis, Northwestern Press, cl949. 
31 p. © The Northwestern Press; 
13Sep49; DP21507. 

KEY Largo. DU22708. SEE Lux Radio 
Theatre (Radio program) Nov. 28, 1949. 

KEYSER, FRANCIS WEBB. 
Van Loon and sons, a play in three acts. 
© Francis Webb Keyser; Ic 7Nov49; 
DU22149. 

KHLENTZOS, CONSTANTINE THEODORE. 
Poisoning due to ingestion of an eel, 
gymnothorax flavimarginatus; report of 
seventeen cases. © Captain Constantine 
Theodore Khlentzos, M. C. ; Ic 
31Aug49; C4259. 

KIAMOPOULOS, HARRY (KAY) 
The immigrant; a comedy in three acts 
by Harry (Kay) Kiamopoulos, Harry 
Saricopoulos, Athena Michailides, 
Melanchrine Karagounelis, and Vicky 
Antonakos. © Harry (Kay) Kiamopou- 
los, Harry Saricopoulos, Athena 
Michailides, Melanchrine Karagounelis, 
Vicky Antonakos; 19Sep49; DP21479. 

KIEWIT (PETER) SONS' COMPANY. 

Chevrolet maintenance; film script by 
John "Jim" William Symonds. © Peter 
Kiewit Sons' Co. ; Ic 240ct49; C4179. 

D-8 lubrication; film script by John 
"Jim" William Symonds. © Peter 
Kiewit Sons' Co.; Ic 240ct49; C4181. 

D-8 maintenace; film script by John 
"Jim" William Symonds. © Peter 
Kiewit Sons' Co. ; Ic 240ct49; C4180. 

Motor grader lubrication; film script, by 
John "Jim" William Symonds. © Peter 
Kiewit Sons' Co.; Ic 9Nov49; C4214. 



880484 O - 50 - 4 



141 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



KIEWIT (PETER) SONS' COMPANY. 
Cont'd. 
Motor grader maintenance; film script 

by John "Jim" William Symonds. 

© Peter Kiewit Sons' Co. ; Ic 240ct49- 

C4182. 

KILIAN. EDWARD. 
Problemis of relativity in modern physics. 
A series of lectures. © Edward Kilian. 

The distribution of energy over particle 
and field of the free electron, and The 
new viewpoints in the interpretation of 
physical equations and diagrams. © Ic 
lAug49; C3907. 

The new viewpoints in the interpretation 
of physical equations and diagrams. 
© Ic 6Sep49; C4048. 

KILL me lovingly. DU20906. SEE 
Kendall, Alma Park. 



KILLIAM, Paul. 
Darling of the desert. DU21373. 
Miller, Stanley Arthur. 



SEE 



THE KILOCYCLE kids. DU22686. SEE 
Malloy, John Edward. 

KING, CHARLES EVAN. 
The comparison test, an outline of a 
sales plan or talk. Includes illus. 
© Charles Evan King; Ic 22Aug49; 
C4018. 

KING, MARY M. 
Will be home for Christmas, a play in 
three acts. © Mary M. King; Ic 
8Sep49; DU21345. 

KING, PHILIP. 
See how they run, a farce in three acts. 
[Rev. acting ed. ] New York, S. French 
[1949]. 106 p. front. © Samuel 
French; 30Nov49; DP22478. Pre^. 
reg. 9Sep47; DPI 1143. 

KING and the Baxter gang. DU21 164. 
SEE Challenge of the Yukon (Radio pro- 
gram) No. 681. 

THE KING-emperor. DU22200. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
No. 707. 

A KING is born. DP21982. SEE Yale, 
Elsie Duncan. 

THE KING of folly. DU21763. SEE 
Wynne -Tyson, Esm6. 

KING of the hill. DU22458. SEE 
Ehrlich, Milton. 

KING takes over. DU20834. SEE 
Challenge of the Yukon (Radio program) 
No. 665. 

THE KING \Yho wouldn't go home. 
DP22178. SEE The Land We Live In 
(Radio program) Nov. 3, 1949. 

THE KING'S feast. DU20689. SEE 
Kussy, Nathan. 

THE KING'S tart. DU20949. SEE 
Michel, Rimsa. 

KINGSLEY, SIDNEY S. 
Detective story, a play in three acts. 

New York, Random House [1949]. 

147 p. illus. © Sidney Kingsley; 

180ct49; DP22007. Prev. reg. by 

Sidney Kingsley and Madge Evans 

Kingsley, 20Oct48, D imp. 16812; 

25Mar49, D unp. 19523. 
Detective story. SEE ALSO The Burns 

Mantle best plays of 1948-49. 

AA132040. 

KINGSTEAD, Helen. SEE 
Cornell, Helen Kingstead. 



KINOY, Ernest. SEE The Eternal Light 
(Radio program) 

KIRK, HAZEL JEAN. 
In David's town, a Christmas cantata 
based on Latin-American carols. 
Traditional Latin-American carols col- 
lected and compiled by Hazel Jean Kirk 
and Margaret Todd Kennedy; original text 
by Hazel Jean Kirk and Margaret Todd 
Kennedy; text adapted to melodies by 
Hazel Jean Kirk; melodies harmonized 
and arranged by Fern Sherman. Boston, 
C. C. Birchard [1949]. 25 p. © C. C. 
Birchard & Co.; 170ct49; DP21814. 

KIRK, RICHARD. 
A dollar down, a play in three acts. 
© Richard Kirk; Ic 22Jul49; on revisions; 
DU20826. Prev. reg. 12Nov28; DU86851. 

KIRKPATRICK. John. 
The nerve of it. SEE One-act plays for 
stage and study. AA136700. 

KIRSCHBAUM, KENNETH JAMES. 
Johnny, a drama in three acts by Kenneth 
James KonlandS [pseud. ] © Kenneth 
James Kirschbaum; Ic 19Sep49; 
DU2I444. 

KISTLER, GRACE OLSEN. 
Fruit salad, a play in one act. © Grace 
Olsen Kistler; 10ct49; DP22703. 

KIVLAN, THOMAS. 
Broken record; audition script. © Thomas 
Kivlan; Ic 27Jtm49; C4049. 

KLEIN, RUTH C. 
As winter closes in, a play in three acts. 

© Ruth C. Klein; Ic 3Aug49; DU20960. 
There is always a story, a play in three 
acts. © Ruth C. Klein; Ic 3Aug49; 
DU20959. 

KLOSE. Alex Norbert. 
Rotary tillage talks by M-E. SEE Mil- 
waukee Equipment Manufacturing 
Company. 

KLOTSCHE, ROBERTA R. 
Your child and mine. [Television program] 
Sample outline: The importance of early 
influence in the home, i. e. Life of 
Margaret Mead. © Roberta R. Klotsche; 
Ic 25Aug49; C4025. 

KNEPLER, Paul. 
Die Musik kommt; DP21819. SEE Straus, 
Oscar. 

KNEUBUHL, JOHN A. 
Damien, a play in two acts. © Theatre 

Hawaii, ltd.; Ic 21Nov49; DU22242. 
Damien, a scenario for a photoplay. 

© Theatre Hawaii, ltd.; Ic 21Nov49; 

DU22243. 

KNIGHT, CLARENCE BERNHARDT. 
The logical errors, a play in three acts. 
© Clarence Bernhardt Knight; Ic 
310ct49; DU21954. 

KNIGHT, Ruth Adams. SEE Aunt Jenny's 
Real Life Stories (Radio program) 

KNIGHT'S move. DP20957. SEE Gary, 
Falkland L. 

KNIPPENBERG. L. SEE The Land We 
Live In (Television program) 

KNOERLE, MARY JEANNE. 
Empty heart, a play in one act by Jeanne 
Knoerle. © Mary Jeanne Knoerle; 
lAug49; DP21339. 



KNOPF, Alfred A. 
Three plays. A35222. 
Jean Paul. 



SEE Sartre. 



KNOW-HOW, inc. 
The Cinderella show. C3929. SEE Edel- 
mann, Norman J. 



KNOW the show. C3877. SEE 
Faulkner, Jack J. 

KNOX. ALEXANDER. 
The closing door, a play in two acts. 
© Alexander Knox; Ic 18Aug49- 
DU21113. 

KNOX, Dorothy. SEE Luther, Dorothy 
Knox. -^ 

KOBE'S jobs. DU21327. SEE Rogoff 
Elias M. * 

KOCH, RICHARD HENRY. 
Fabulous voyage, a musical play in two 
acts adapted from the Odyssey of Homer. 
Book by Richard Koch, music by Milton 
Babbitt, lyrics by Milton Babbitt and 
Richard Koch. [Text only] © Richard 
Koch, Milton Babbitt; Ic 18Jul49; on 
revisions; DU20788. Prev. reg. 
"Time to go home"; 31Aug46; DU5521. 

KOHLS, William R. 
Ritual of the queens of the temple of the 
Royal Arch. C4295. SEE Freemasons. 
Virginia City, Mont. Royal Arch 
Masons. Chapter No. 1. 



f 



KOKOSCHKA, Oskar. 
M5rder, Hoffnung der Frauen. 
SEE Hindemith, Paul. 



DP22160. 



KOLTHOFF, OSCAR ALBERT. 
Name the product, a radio show. [Sample 
script] © Oscar Albert Kolthoff; Ic 
22Aug49; C3989. 

KOLYNOS toothpaste radio advertisement. 
SEE Whitehall Pharmacal Company. 



KONLANDE, Kenneth James, pseud. 
Kirschbaum, Kenneth James. 



SEE 



KOTZ, KATHLEEN MURPHY. 
Lilacs for Louisa, a one-act play. 
Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Entertainment 
House, cl949. 20 p. (Eldridge popular 
one-act playscripts) © Eldridge Enter- 
tainment House, inc.; lSep49; DP22405. 

KOTZGER, HAROLD. 

Danger — Willie at work. A farce-comedy 
in three acts. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. 
Co. [1949]. 73 p. illus. © The 
Dramatic Pub. Co.; 7Sep49; DP21434. 

KOUBA, ANNA. 
Dilemma, a dramatic composition. 
©Anna Kouba; Ic 13Jul49; DU20718. 

KRAFT Foods Company. SEE The 
Great Gildersleeve (Radio program) 

KRASNO, Hecky, pseud. SEE Krasnow, 
Hermann. 

KRASNOW, Hermann. 
Fun on the farm. DU21351. 
Eisenberg, Philip. 



I 



SEE 



KREGER, Leon A. 
Easy payments. DU21271. SEE 

Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 
Something new in freezers. DU21694. 

SEE Wilding Picture Productions, inc. 

KREIF, LOIS. 
God and Abraham Lincoln, a dramatic 
sketch. © Edna Means Dramatic 
Service; lDec49; DP22608. 

KRESGE (S. S.)Company. 
Buy the way. C4028. SEE Handy (Jam) 

Organization, inc. 
Wasting away. C4030. SEE Handy (Jam) 

Organization, inc. 
Your side of the counter. C4029. SEE 

Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

KREUTZ, IRVING WILLIAM. 
The inconstant moon, a romantic comedy 
in three acts. © Irving William Kreutz; 
Ic 29Aug49; DU21216. 



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KREUTZER, KONRADIN. 
Mutter SchrOdern, eine lustige Schwieger- 
muttergeschichte von Helene Fischer und 
Erich Fischer. Musik von Konradin 
Kreutzer, frei bearbeitet von Erich 
Fischer. Berlin, Ed. Bote & G. Bock, 
c 1922. 15 p. Piano vocal score; libretto 
laid in. © Associated Music Publishers, 
inc. (in notice: Ed. Bote & G. Bock); 
150ct22; DP22626. 

KRIKORIAN, KENNETH OSCAR. 
Mirror, mirror on the wall; a comedy in 
three acts by Ken Gregory [pseud. | 
© Kenneth Oscar Krikorian; Ic 8Nov49; 
DU22049. 

KRINN, GEORGE. 
Case of the sleeping beauty, a play in the 



comedy series "Crazy house. ' 
Krinn; Ic 5Dec49; DU22347. 



George 



KROLL, ANNE. 
White trash, a play in three acts. 
Kroll; Ic 250ct49; DU21884. 



© Anne 



KULIKOWSKI, MARYAN KARL. 
346 Carrolle Street, a comedy in three acts 
by Karl Kulikowski. © Maryan Karl 
Kulikowski; Ic 170ct49; DU21876. 

KUNDRAT, THEODORE VICTOR. 
Girls alone, a drama in one act. © Theo- 
dore Victor Kundrat; Ic 15Aug49; 
DU21095. 
Yellow mud, a comedy-drama in one act. 
© Theodore Victor Kundrat; Ic 15Aug49; 
DU21094. 



KURTZ, C. GORDON. 
Dressed to kill, a melo-mystery in three 
acts by Kurtz Gordon [pseud, j Boston, 
Baker's Plays [1949|. 114 p. (Baker's 
royalty plays) © Walter H. Baker Co. ; 
19Sep49; DP21600. 

KURTZ, RUSSELL WILKINSON. 

The Dalton gang, by Russell W. Kurtz and 
Clyde William Jones. [Script| © Russell 
Wilkinson Kurtz; Ic 60ct49; DU21668. 

Romance of Julia Dalton, wife of Emmett 
Dalton (Dalton Boys gang). A play in one 
act by Russell Wilkinson Kurtz and Clyde 
William Jones. © Russell Wilkinson 
Kurtz; Ic 22Sep49; DU21499. 

KUSSY, NATHAN. 
The king's feast, a play in four acts. 
© Nathan Kussy; Ic 22Jun49; DU20689. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



LABORERS in the vineyard. DU21566. 
SEE The Children's Chapel (Radio pro- 
gram) No. 61. 



THE LABYRINTH. 
Erica Lily. 



DU22048. SEE Moser, 



THE LADY becomes a governor. DU22075. 
SEE The Cavalcade of America (Radio 
program) No. 624. 

THE LADY'S not for burning. DP21287. 
SEE Fry, Christopher. 

La FAROE, CHRISTOPHER. 
The sudden guest, a play in two acts. 
Based on his novel of the same title. 
© Christopher Grant La Farge; Ic 
14Dec49; DU22541. 

LAIRD, BRUCE GRAHAM. 
Party line, a musical comedy in a pro- 
logue and two acts. [Text and music on 
separate leaves] © Bruce Graham Laird; 
Ic 13Dec49; DU22540. 

LAKE, GOLDIE. 
Pumpkins are ripe, a three act comedy. 
© Goldie Lake; Ic 14Sep49; DU21399. 

LA LU. DU21679. SEE Cams, Dorothy. 

LaMARRE, HOWARD PIERRE. 
Broadway bound, a musical comedy in 
two acts. Music and lyrics by Howard 
P. LaMarre; book by Robert T. Cough- 
lin and Howard P. LaMarre. ©Howard 
P. LaMarre, Robert T. Coughlin; Ic 
8Jul49; on revisions; DU20671. Prev. 
reg. "Summer stock;" 10Jun48; 
DU15159. 

LAMB, EDDY. 
The visiting firemen, a comedy-farce in 
three acts. © Eddy Lamb; Ic 19Aug49; 
DU21128. 

LAMB of God. DU21219. SEE Gelzer, Jay. 

LAMBOURNE, Jeffrey. 
Love at the inn. DP-05. SEE Quilter, 
Roger. 

LAMMERMEYER, Marie. 
The story of "Silent night, holy night. " 
C4104. SEE Gundringer, Michael. 



LAND of make-believe. 
Lely, Cyril A. 



DP21057. SEE 



THE LAND WE LIVE IN (Radio program) 
Scripts in this series are by Kensinger 
Jones, unless otherwise indicated. 
© Union Electric Co. of Missouri. 

Sept. 15, 1949. John Butterfield's over- 
land express. © 15Sep49; DP21428. 
Sept. 22, 1949. Strategist in skirts. 

© 22Sep49; DP21482. 
Sept. 29, 1949. The prophet of Nauvoo. 

© 29Sep49; DP21541. 
Oct. 6, 1949. Boy's Town of Missouri. 

© 60ct49; DP21729. 
Oct. 13, 1949. The amazing Doctor 

McLean. © 130ct49; DP21809. 
Oct. 20, 1949. The story of Mirdza 

Kalnins, by L. Knippenberg and 

Kensinger Jones. © 20Oct49; DP21880. 
Oct. 27, 1949. The melodies linger on. 

© 270ct49; DP21952. 
Nov. 3, 1949. The king who wouldn't go 

home. © 3Nov49; DP22178. 
Nov. 10, 1949. The silent glory. 

© 10Nov49; DP22154. 
Nov. 17, 1949. First daughter of the 

Confederacy. © 17Nov49; DP22259. 
Nov. 24, 1949. Thanksgiving- '49. 

© 24Nov49; DP22299. 
Dec. 1, 1949. Justus Post's lost empire. 

© lDec49; DP22376. 
Dec. 8, 1949. Fight mit Sigel. © 8Dec49; 

DP22522. 



Dec. 15, 1949. A career for Gus. 

© 15Dec49; DP22606. 
Dec. 22, 1949. Joe Forchee's prayer 

tree. © 22Dec49; DP22675. 

LAND BERG, JOHN NOAH. 
Satan's brood, a drama in seven acts. 
Based on his novel of the same name. 
(29 leaves] © John N. Landberg; Ic 
lDec49; DU22337. 

LANE, ARTHUR ALBERT. 
Sportsman's paradise; film script. 
© Arthur Albert Lane; Ic 6Sep49; 
DU21389. 

LANE, KATHLEEN R. 
Pull the wagon; a dramatic composition. 
© Kathleen R. Lane; Ic 130ct49; 
DU21740. 

LANG, ANDRE. 
FrSgium, pifece en trois actes. © Andre 
Lang; Ic 29Nov49; DU22587. 

LANG, Bill. SEE Lang, Leslie William. 

LANG, LESLIE WILLIAM. 
Purely American, a musical in two acts 
and eight scenes by Bill Lang. [Text 
only] © Leslie W. Lang; Ic 5Aug49; 
DU21013. 

LANGE, JOHN FRED. 
Friendship sweepstakes radio program. 
Audition script. © John Fred Lange; 
Ic 20Dec49; C4314. 

LANGER, MARTIN GERALD. 
By any other name, a farce in three acts. 
© Martin G. Langer; Ic 7Jul49; 
DU20663. 

LANGLEY, Noel. 
Edward, my son. SEE The Burns 
Mantle best plays of 1948-49. 
AA132040. 

LANOUi3TTE. ROBERTA. 
The golden goose, a play in a prologue 
and three acts. © Roberta Lanouette; 
Ic 30ct49; DU21644. 

LANZL, FRANK ALBERT. 
A Weakespoint spring, a play for stage in 
two parts. © Frank A. Lanzl, Caroline 
Lanzl Enright; Ic 23Dec49; DU22646. 



LARDNER, Rex. 
Billy and the Boojum. DU20991. 
Busch, Martin Miller. 



SEE 



LARDNER. Ring Wilmer. 
A frame-up. DU22350. SEE Actor's 
Studio (Television program) No. 3. 

LARK, GWEN. 
Who's who? A two character black-face 
comedy skit. © Wetnaore Declamation 
Bureau; lSep49; DP22523. 

LARKIN'S letter. DU22557. SEE Wilding 
Picture Productions, inc. 

LaROY, RITA. 
Model husband, a radio and television 
show by Rita LaRoy and Stratford 
Corbett. Audition script, Sept. 24, 1949. 
© Rita LaRoy; Ic 30ct49; DU21992. 

LARTHOMAS, Pierre. 
Une recontre. DU22583. SEE Salomons, 
Jean-Pierre. 

LASKARIS, Nicholas. Keep the secret. 
DU20716. SEE Yanopulos, Mary 
Arvanitaky Papa. 

LAST date. DU21928. SEE Wilding Pic- 
ture Productions, inc. 

THE LAST day of William Colford. 
DU20748. SEE Rosenberg, Joseph. 



THE LAST outpost. DU20862. SEE The 
Lone Ranger (Radio program) 
No. 2580-1805. 

THE LAST will. DU21781. SEE Challenge 
of the Yukon (Radio program) No. 697. 

LAST will and testament. DU20990. SEE 
Golfer, William Arthur. 

THE LATE beginners. DU22151. SEE 
Kauffmann, Stanley. 

THE LATEST news. DU21198. SEE 
Dreyfuss, Alan. 

LATHAM, Jean Lee. 
D as in dog. DU21724. SEE First 
Nighter (Radio program) Aug. 18, 1949. 

LATZKO, Adolf Andreas. 
The duel. DU22699. SEE Alter, Paul. 

LAUREN, Bernard Robert. 
Ozark bride. DU21151. SEE Devine, 
John Francis. 

LaVAY, GERARD MACAULAY. 
Sold at auction, a new audience partici- 
pation television show created and 
written by Gerard Macaulay LaVay and 
Edward James Myerson. © Gerard 
Macaulay LaVay, Edward James 
Myerson; Ic 12Jul49; C3879. 

LAVISH M'Tavish. DU22544. SEE 
McCleery, James J. 

LAW, Alexander William. 
Easy Eddie. DU21996. SEE Hennessy, 
Edward William. 

LAW, DEAN WARNER. 
Dorothy, a play in three acts. © Dean 
Warner Law; Ic 27Dec49; DU22673. 

THE LAW be an ass. DU20602. SEE 
Cochran, Howe Preston. 

LAWMAN'S badge. DU22696. SEE The 
Lone Ranger (Radio program) 
No. 2639-1864. 



LAWRENCE, Barry T. , 
Liebson, Laurence S. 



pseud. SEE 



LAWRENCE, JEROME, pseud. 
The adventures of Gertie, by Jerome 
Lawrence [pseud, of Arthur Wister 
Mays] and Robert Edwin Lee. [Sample 
television script] © Lawrence and Lee 
(Jerome Lawrence, Robert E. Lee); 
Ic 5Dec49; DU22358. 

LAWRENCE, Jim. SEE Challenge of the 
Yukon (Radio program) 

LAWRENCE, Larry, pseud. SEE 
Lawrence, Ruben Bernard. 

LAWRENCE, RUBEN BERNARD. 
Let them hear, a play in one act, by 
Larry Lawrence [pseud.] © Major 
R. B. Lawrence; Ic 14Dec49; DU22546. 



LAWRENCE and Lee. 
The adventures of Gertie. DU22358. 
Lawrence, Jerome, pseud. 



SEE 



LAWS and law enforcement. C4242. SEE 
Bernard, Edward. A world to be, no. 4. 

THE LAWS of Egyptian sculpture. C4035. 
SEE Hentschel, Alza Stratton. 

LAYMAN, WILLIAM M. 
Mother Jenkins, a play in three acts. 
©Wm. M. Layman; Ic 20Jul49; DU20803. 

LEAF, MUNRO. 
You take it, Columbusl A Viking musical 
comedy. Book and lyrics by Munro Leaf, 
music by Kenneth Yeager. [Text and 
music on separate leaves] © Wilbur 
Munro Leaf, Kenneth Abbott Yeager; 
Ic 8Sep49; DU21321. 



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LEAF, MUNRO. Cont'd. 
You take it, Columbusl A musical 
comedy in four scenes by Munro Leaf, 
music by Kenneth Abbott Yeager. (Text 
and music on separate leaves] © Wilbur 
Munro Leaf, Kenneth Abbott Yeager; Ic 
7Nov49; on revisions; DU22044. 

THE LEANING shepherdess. DP2U46