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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 
Third Series 

VOLUME 7, PARTS 12-13, NUMBER 1 



Motion Pictures 

and Filmstrips 



JANUARY-JUNE 

1953 







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COPYRIGHT OFFICE 

THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

WASHINGTON: 1953 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 
Third Series 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 
Third Series 

VOLUME 7, PARTS 12-13, NUMBER 1 



Motion Pictures 

and Filmstrips 



JANUARY-JUNE 

1953 




COPYRIGHT OFFICE 

THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

WASHINGTON: 1953 



REMOVAL OF DEPOSITS FROM 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE 

NOTICE is given to authors, copyright proprietors and 
other lawful claimants that they may claim and remove 
before January 1, 1954, any article of the following named 
classes of published works deposited for copyright between 
January 1, 1950, and January 1, 1951, 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 pubhshed works covered by this notice are: 

Books and Pamphlets. 

Contributions to periodicals. 

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

Reproductions of a work of art. 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical char- 
acter. 

Photographs. 

Prints and pictorial illustrations excluding prints or labels 
used for articles of merchandise. 

Other published works and all unpublished works are 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

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



L. C. card, 6-35347 



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



For sale by the Register of Copyrights, Library of 
Congress, Washington 25, D. C. Price for this part: 
$0.50 per issue, $1.00 per year. 



V 

TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Page 

Motion Pictures and Filmstrips 1 

Classified List 65 

Subject Index for Non theatrical Films 69 

Renewals '^1 

Index of Claimants, Producing Companies, Sponsors, and 

Authors 75 

PREFACE 



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

Each annual volume is subdivided to represent 
the classes of material listed in section 5 of Title 17 
of the United States Code. The table at the end 
of this preface shows the organization of the Catalog, 
together with a brief listing of the materials princi- 
pally contained in each part, the symbols used to 
distinguish the materials, and the prices of semi- 
annual issues and of the annual subscription to the 
complete Catalog. 

Each copyright registration listed in the Catalog 
is recorded in a main entry, which includes a de- 
scription of the work copyrighted and data relating 
to the copyright claim (the name of the copyright 
claimant, the copyright date, the copyright registra- 
tion number, etc.). Cross-references, and, in some 
cases, indexes, are provided. 

The name of the copyright claimant in each 
entry is that given in the application for registration. 
Available information in the records of the Copy- 
right Office relating to subsequent changes of owner- 
ship can be obtained upon request and upon pay- 
ment to the Register of Copyrights of the fee speci- 
fied in the law for the conduct of a search of the 
records. 

In the case of each registration listed, except for 



renewals, the deposit of a copy (or copies) of the 
work has been made in accordance with the provi- 
sions contained in sections 12, 13, or 215 of Title 
17 of the United States Code, or, in the case of pub- 
lished three-dimensional works of art, there has 
been compliance with section 202.8 (b) of the regu- 
lations of the Copyright Office, published in the 
Code of Federal Regulations, 1949 Edition, which 
provides for the deposit of identifying reproductions 
in lieu of the work itself. To distinguish foreign 
works, for which two copies have been deposited 
under section 215 of Title 17 of the United States 
Code, a Ziero immediately following the class symbol 
in the registration number has been used. 

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

Orders, payable in advance, for all parts of the 
Catalog of Copyright Entries should be sent directly 
to the Register of Copyrights, Library of Congress, 
Washington 25, D. C. Orders may be placed for 
individual issues, as subscriptions for one or more 
parts or for the complete Catalog, and for periods 
of one or more years. All orders should state clearly 
the title and the inclusive dates of the part wanted. 
Checks or money orders should be made payable to 
the Register of Copyrights. 

The Copyright Office welcomes inquiries, sug- 
gestions, and comments on the content and organi- 
zation of the Catalog. Such communications should 
be addressed to the Chief of the Cataloging Division, 
Copyright Office, Library of Congress, Washington 
25, D. C. 



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TABLE OF ORGANIZATION 



Part lA Books. 



Price per 

semiannual 

issue 

. . 31. 50 



A Books and selected pamphlets 
AF Books in foreign languages published abroad 
AI Books in the English language first pub- 
lished abroad 



Part IB Pamphlets, Serials, and Contributions to 

Periodicals l. 50 

A Pamphlets, serials, and books not included 

in Part lA 
B5 Contributions to periodicals 



Part 2 Periodicals. 



B Periodicals 

BF Periodicals in foreign languages published 

abroad 
BI Periodicals in the English language first 

published abroad 

Parts 3-4 Dramas and Works Prepared for Oral 
Delivery 

C Lectures and other works prepared for oral 
delivery 

DF Dramatic and dramatico-musical works 
published abroad 

DP Published dramatic and dramatico-musical 
works 

DU Unpublished dramatic and dramatico- 
musical works 

Part 5 A Published Music 



EF Musical compositions published abroad 
EP Musical compositions published in the 
United States 



Part 5B Unpublished Music. 
EU Unpublished Music 



1.00 



1.00 



1.50 



1.50 



Part 5C Renewal Registrations — Music. 
R Renewal registrations 



Price per 

semiannual 

issue 

.. 31.00 



Part 6 Maps and Atlases. 
F Maps 



50 



Parts 7-11 A Works of Art, Reproductions of 
Works of Art, Scientific and Technical Draw- 
iNGS, Photographic Works, Prints and Pictorial 
Illustrations i. oo 

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 
HF Reproductions of works of art published 

abroad 
IP Published drawings or plastic works of a 

scientific or technical 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 UB Commercial Prints and Labels. . . 
KK Commercial prints and labels 

Parts 12-13 Motion Pictures and Filmstrips. 



LP Published motion picture photoplays 
LU Unpublished motion picture photoplays 
MP Published motion pictures other than photo- 
plays 
MU Unpublished motion pictures other than 
photoplays 



1.00 



.50 



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HOW TO USE THE CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES, PARTS 12-13 



Motion Pictures and Filmstrips (Parts 12-13) lists 
published and unpublished motion pictures regis' 
tered in Classes L and M and filmstrips registered in 
Class J. These registrations include such films as 
feature pictures, cartoons, newsreels, industrial films, 
classroom films, television films, etc. Filmstrips are 
also listed in Parts 7-11 A. Many of the recording 
scripts made to accompany filmstrips are registered 
in Classes C and D and are listed in Parts 3-4. 
Renewal registrations of motion pictures are listed 
in a separate section. Each film is described in a 
main entry and cross-references are provided to 
facilitate the location of the main entries. 

Parts 12-13 are composed of five sections. The first 
IS a list of main entries for films currently registered, 
arranged alphabetically under the titles appearing at 
the beginning of the entries. Interfiled with these 
are cross-reference entries beginning with other 
titles for which a searcher might look; in each case, 
the cross-reference refers the searcher to the title 
under which the main entry can be found. The 
second section is a classified list of the registered 
films, arranged according to their general type or 
intended use. The third section is a subject index to 
the published nontheatrical motion pictures and to 
selected filmstrips, arranged under broad subject 
headings. The fourth section, similar in arrange- 
ment to the first section, is a list of renewal registra- 
tions. The fifth section is an index to the names of 
the claimants, producing companies, sponsors, and 
authors given in the main entries both for works 
currently registered and for renewal registrations. 
The latter are distinguished in the index by the 
symbol R following the title of the work. In some 
instances the names of the releasing agents, if dif- 
ferent from the producing companies, and of the 
American distributors of films of foreign origin are 
included in the index. 

The main entries are listed under titles and cross- 
references are made for the titles of the literary 
works on which the motion pictures registered are 
based and for other titles connected with these 
works. 



Each main entry for films currently registered 
includes, in addition to the title used as the heading, 
the following information descriptive of the work, 
if available and applicable : 

1) Production statement. 

2) Date of release. 

3) Physical description, i. e., running time or 

number of reels, width of film, etc. 

4) Series title. 

5) Published work on which the film is based 

or with which it is correlated. 

6) Summary of the content of the work. 

7) Leading credits and actors. 

8) Names of authors given in the application 

which do not appear elsewhere in the 
entry. 

9) Name of the employer in the case of a work 

made for hire, if so named in the applica- 
tion, together with the names of the 
employees. 

10) Information contained in the application 

which relates to the registration of an 

earlier version of the work. 
Information relating specifically to the claim of 
copyright is preceded by the copyright symbol © 
and includes: 

1) A brief statement of the new matter on which 

copyright is claimed when this information 
is given in the application. 

2) Name of the claimant. 

3) For published works, date of publication as 

given in the application; for unpublished 
works, day, month, and year on which the 
last of all the items required to complete 
copyright (i. e., each of the following: title, 
copy— description and representative prints 
in the case of motion pictures — application 
and fee) was received in the Copyright 
Office. 

4) Registration number. 

An explanatory note is added to the main entry 
whenever it is necessary to indicate a variance in 
information which relates to the date of publication 



vu 



or the name of the claimant as given in the appHca' 
tion and in the copy of the work. 

For renewal copyrights, the main entry includes, 
in addition to the title of the film, the following 
information descriptive of the work : 

1) Length of the film in reels. 

2) Name of the author, which is usually the 

original producing company. 
The information relating specifically to the claim 
of copyright is preceded by the copyright symbol © 
and includes: 



1) Original copyright date. 

2) Original copyright registration number. 

3) Renewal registration number. 

4) Date of receipt in the Copyright Of^ce of the 

renewal application. 

5) Name of the renewal claimant followed by 

an abbreviation representing the claimant's 
statement of the basis of his renewal 
claim — e. g., John Doe (NK) indicates that 
renewal of copyright is claimed by John 
Doe as next of kin of the deceased author. 



ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS 

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



(A) 


— author 


(PCB) 


— ^proprietor of a work copyrighted by 


a.k.a. 


— also known as 




a corporate body otherwise than as 


appl. 


— application 




assignee or licensee of the author 


b&?w 


— black and white 


(PCW) 


— proprietor of the composite work 


© 


— copyright symbol 


prev. 


— previous 


(C) 


— child or children of the deceased 


pseud. 


— pseudonym 




author 


(PWH) 


— proprietor of copyright in a work made 


d.b.a. 


— doing business as 




for hire 


(E) 


— executor(s) of the author 


reg. 


— ^registration 


ft. 


— feet 


sd. 


— sound 


min. 


— minutes 


si. 


— silent 


mm. 


— millimeters 


t.a. 


— trading as 


(NK) 


next of kin of the author who is 


(W) 


— widow of the author 




not living, there being no will 


(Wr) 


— widower of the author 



COPYRIGHT REGISTRATIONS OF MOTION PICTURES 
January-June 1953 

Class L — Published motion picture photoplays 51 1 

Unpublished motion picture photoplays 1 

Class M — Published motion pictures other than photoplays. 570 

Unpublished motion pictures other than photoplays 68 

Total 1, 150 

Renewals : Classes L and M 241 

The above figures represent the number of registrations for motion pictures for January-June 1953, but 
do not necessarily represent the exact number of entries in this issue of the Catalog of Copyright Entries. 
Registration figures for other classes of material may be found in the respective parts. 



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MOTION PICTURES AND FILMSTRIPS 



An alphabetical list of the motion pictures and filmstrips which were 
registered for copyright during the pefiod covered by this catalog. 



A IS FOR ATOM. General Elertric Co., 1953. 
Made by John Sutherland Pro'Juctions. 
15 min., sd., color, 16mm. Ko.iachrome. 

Summary : An animated cartoon. Explains 
the nature of a single atom and its nucleus, 
the way in which atoms differ from one an- 
other, and the significance of the terms 
radioactive and stable. Describes the exper- 
iments which led to nuclear lission, the 
separation of mass uranium for the first 
atomic bomb, and the mass production of the 
artificial element, Plutonium. Describes the 
functioning of an atomic pile and the peace- 
time uses of atomic energy in agriculture, 
industry, transportation, and medicine. 

Credits : Associate producer, George 
Gordon; director, Carl Urbano; story. True 
Boardman; animators. Arnold Gillespie, 
Emery Hawkins; music, Eugene Poddany. 

©General Electric Co.; Ijun53 (in notice: 
1952); MP3572. 

ABBOTT AND COSTELLO GO TO MARS. 
Universal Pictures Co., 1953. 77 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. A Universal-International 
picture. 

Summary : A comedy-fantasy about two 
men who accidentally take off in a space ship 
for Mars, land in Louisiana, become in- 
volved with two escaped convicts, and fly 
to Venus where they encounter a race of 
beautiful women who are the sole inhabitants 
of the planet. 

Credits : Producer, Howard Christie; 
director, Charles Lamont; story, Howard 
Christie, D. D. Beauchamp; screenplay, 
D. D. Beauchamp, John Grant; music direc- 
tor, Joseph Gershenson; film editor, Russell 
Schoengarth. Cast: Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, 
Robert Paige, Mari Blanchard, Martha Hyer. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 10Mar53; 
LP2430. 

ACCENT ON SAVINGS (Filmstrip) E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours (1953) Made by Jam Handy 
Organization. 68 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for body and 
repair service men who sell Duco lacquer 
and Dulux enamel. 

© E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., inc.; 
17Jun53; JU7541. 

ADAM TO ATOM. John Ott Pictures, 1952. 
30 min., sd., color, 16mm. 

Summary : Depicts man's progress in 
scientific and industrial developments, and 
describes contributions made by outstanding 
scientists, engineers, and inventors. 

Credits : Script, Ben Aronin; music, Isaac 
Van Grove. 

© John Ott Pictures, inc.; 28Nov52; 
MP3094. 

AERO-NUTICS. Paramount Pictures Corp., 
1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Kartune) 
Technicolor. 

Summary : A musical cartoon designed for 
audience participation featuring the song. 
Come, Josephine, in my flying machine. 

Credits : Director, Seymour Kneitel; story. 



Irving Spector; animation, Al Eugster, 
George Germanetti; music, Winston 
Sharpies. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 8May53; 
LP2546. 

THE AFFAIRS OF DOBIE GILLIS. Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew's, 1953. 
73 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A comedy about the antics of a 
carefree college freshman whose love affair 
with his campus sweetheart is opposed by the 
girl's father. 

Credits : Producer, Arthur M. Loew, Jr.; 
director, Don Weis; story and screenplay. 
Max Shulman; music director, Jeff Alex- 
ander; film editor, Conrad A. Nervig. Cast : 
Debbie Reynolds, Bobby Van, Barbara Ruick, 
Bob Fosse, Hanley Stafford. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 28May53; LP2630. 

AFTERMATH. Screen Associates, 1953. 
3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A melodrama about a psycho- 
neurotic who attempts to murder his step- 
daughter. 

Credits: Producer, Gil Ralston; director, 
Leigh Jason; teleplay, Frank Moss; editor, 
Robert Swink. Cast : Carl Esmond, Ruth 
Warrick, Barbara Whiting. 

©Screen Associates, inc.; 5Feb53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2418. 

AIDA (ARIAS) SEE Great moments from 
Aida. MP3283. 

AIR AND ITS PROPERTIES (Filmstrip) 
Young America Films, 1953. Produced by 
Key Productions. 41 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Ele- 
mentary science series. Set no. 3) 

Summary : Experiments show that air oc- 
cupies space, has weight, expands when 
heated, contracts when cooled, and exerts 
pressure. 

© Key Productions, inc.; 3Feb53; JP1849. 

AIR FOR EVERY GAGING JOB (Filmstrip) 
Sheffield Corp. [ 1953] Produced by Jam 
Handy Organization. 55 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : An advertising film describing 
the features of a Sheffield gage tool product. 

© The Sheffield Corp.; 3Apr53; JU7408. 

AIRPLANES MAKE MARKETS. Idaho Dept. of 
Aeronautics, 1952. Made by Film Originals. 
26 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 

Summary : Shows how American business - 
men have used private airplanes to reduce 
their traveling time, acquire new customers, 
and increase their markets. Includes scenes 
of the new airport in the Stanley Basin 
country of central Idaho, constructed prin- 
cipally to serve the cattle ranchers, miners, 
lumbermen, and other inhabitants of that 
rural community. 

© George Oliver Smith and Helen Stanfield 
Smith, d.b.a. Film Originals; 27Dec52; 
MP3549. 

ALCOHOL AND YOU. Pt. 1 (Filmstrip) 
Young America Films, 1952. 44 fr., color, 
35mm. (Alcohol and narcotics series) 
Summary: Describes the processes of 



fermentation, brewing, and distillation; dis- 
cusses the uses of alcohol in industry, as a 
medicine, and as a beverage; and surveys 
the drinking habits of people living in past 
civilizations. Eastman color. 

© Young America Films, inc.; 29Dec52; 
JP1823. 

ALCOHOL AND YOU. Pt. 2 (Filmstrip) 
Young America Films, 1952. 45 fr., color, 
35mm. (Alcohol and narcotics series) 

Summary : Diagrams are used to demon- 
strate the effect of alcohol upon the blood 
stream, internal organs, and nervous system. 
Includes a discussion of the causes and treat- 
ment of alcoholism. Eastman color. 

© Young America Films, inc.; 29Dec52; 
JP1824. 

ALIEN RANGE. William Boyd Productions, 

1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on 
characters created by Clarence E. Mulford. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
Hopalong Cassidy. 

Credits : Production supervisor, Glenn 
Cook; director, Thomas Carr; screenplay, 
Sherman L. Lowe; music, Raoul Kraushaar; 
film editor, Sherman A. Todd. Cast : Wil- 
liam Boyd, Edgar Buchanan, Otto Waldis. 

® William Boyd Productions; 10ct52; 
LP2275. 

ALL ASHORE. Columbia Pictures Corp., 

1953. 80 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
Summary : A song-and-dance comedy about 

the adventures of three sailors who are 
stranded without money on Catalina Island. 

Credits : Producer, Jonie Taps; director, 
Richard Quine; story, Blake Edwards, Robert 
Wells; screenplay, Blake Edwards, Richard 
Quine; music, Fred Karger; music director, 
Morris Stoloff; film editor, Jerome Thoms. 
Technicolor. Cast : Mickey Rooney, Dick 
Haymes, Peggy Ryan, Ray MacDonald, Bar- 
bara Bates. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 13Mar53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2399. 

ALL GIRLS ON DECK. Paramount Pictures 
Corp., 1952. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
(Pacemaker) 

Summary : Shows the activities of the seven- 
woman crew of the racing yacht Tropicair 
during a week-end cruise in the Gulf of 
Mexico. 

Credits : Producer and director, Justin 
Herman; narrator. Ward Wilson; film editor, 
Lawrence F. Sherman, Jr. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 26Dec52; 
MP3108. 

ALL I DESIRE. Universal Pictures Co., 1953. 
79 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A Universal-In- 
ternational picture. Based on the novel Stop- 
over, by Carol Brink. 

Summary : A melodrama. Having deserted 
her husband and three children, a vaudeville 
actress returns to her family after a ten- 
year absence and attempts to regain their 
love and respect. Time: 1910. 

Credits : Producer, Ross Hunter; director, 
Douglas Sirk; story, David Lieberman; 
screenplay, James Gunn, Robert Blees; 



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ALL I DESIRE. Cont'd, 
adaptation, Gina Kaus; music director, 
Joseph Gershenson; film editor, Milton 
Carruth. Cast : Barbara Stanwyck, Richard 
Carlson, Lyle Bettger, Marcia Henderson, 
Lori Nelson. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 8May53; 
LP2569. 

ALL MATTER HAS THREE FORMS (Film- 
strip) Young America Films, 1953. Pro- 
duced by Key Productions. 43 fr., b&w, 
35nam. (Elementary science series. Set 
no. 3) 

Summary : Describes the physical proper- 
ties of solids, liquids, and gases; explains 
how they are affected by heat and cold; and 
shows how they can be changed from one 
state to another. 

© Key Productions, inc.; 3Feb53; JP1853. 

ALL STAR COMEDY. Motion pictures in this 
series, © Columbia Pictures Corp., are 
entered separately under their respective 
titles. 

ALLERGIES. Encyclopaedia Britannica 
Films, 1952. 12 min., sd., color, 16mm. 

Summary : Presents basic facts about the 
nature, symptoms, and treatment of allergies. 
Describes the types of scientific research 
which are being conducted, and explains the 
tests which are used in detecting allergies. 

Credits : Associate producer, Warren P. 
Everote; collaborator, Abraham Colmes. 
Kodachrome. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
230ct52; MP3344. 

ALPHABET ANTICS. Castle Films, 1951. 
1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Action shots, including scenes 
of animals from all parts of the world, are 
used to illustrate the ABC's. 

© United World Films, inc.; 15Aug51; 
MP3207. 

AMBUSH AT TOMAHAWK GAP. Columbia 
Pictures Corp., 1953. 73 min., sd., color, 
35mm. Technicolor. 

Summary : Following their release from 
prison, four convicts are thwarted in their 
efforts to recover stolen money by Indian 
attacks and by their own greed. 

Credits : Producer, Wallace MacDonald; 
director, Fred F. Sears; story and screen- 
play, David Lang; music director, Ross Di- 
Maggio; film editor, Aaron Stell. Cast : 
John Hodiak, David Brian, John Derek, Maria 
Elena Marques, Ray Teal. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 6Apr53; 
LP2481. 

AMERICA FOR ME. Vitaphone Corp., 1953. 
20 min., sd., color, 35mm. A Warner Bros, 
short subject. Technicolor. 

Summary : A story about a school teacher 
on a cross-country bus tour who falls in love 
with a cowboy. Includes scenes of the Garden 
of the Gods in Colorado, the Mardi Gras in 
New Orleans, Fisherman's Wharf in San 
Francisco, the site of the Pilgrims' landing 
in New England, Banff and Lake Louise in 
Canada, and Niagara Falls. 

Credits : Director, Albert Kelley; story. 
Rand McCabe; screenplay, Leo S. Rosen- 
crans; music, Edward Paul; film editor, 
Richard Fritch. Cast: John Archer, Ellen 
Drew, Meg Randall, Bob Nichols. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 8Jun53; MP3589. 

AMERICAN FOLK HEROES (Filmstrip) 
Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1953. 
8 filmstrips, color, 35mm. Eastman color. 
Captioned drawings. 

Contents: Buffalo Bill. 49 fr.— Davy 
Crockett. 52 fr.— Johnny Appleseed. 
49 fr.— Kit Carson. 49 fr. — Mike Fink. 
52 fr. — Miles Standish. 47 fr.— Sam Hous- 
ton. 50 fr. — Wild Bill Hickok. 55 fr. 

Credits : Producer, Oscar E. Sams, Jr.; 
collaborator, Thomas D. Clark. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
20Apr53; JP2133. 



AMERICANS ALL (Filmstrip) Popular 
Science Pub. Co., 1953. Produced in co- 
operation with the World book encyclopedia. 
51 fr., color, 35mm. (The American way, 
no. 1) 

Summary : Stresses the heterogeneity of 
the American people and shows contribu- 
tions made to industry, science, and the 
arts by Alexander Graham Bell, John Erics- 
son, Arturo Toscanini, Andrew Carnegie, 
Joseph Pulitzer, David Sarnoff, and other 
immigrants. Ansco color. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 30Jan53; 
JP1915. 

ANCIENT FISTORY. Paramount Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
(Popeye the sailor cartoon) 

Summary : Aided oy his fairy godfather, 
Popeye attends Olive Oyl's ball. 

Credits : Director, Seymour Kneitel; story, 
Irving Spector; music, Winston Sharpies; 
animation, Al Eugster, William B. Patten- 
gill. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 30Jan53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2236. 

ANCIENT MESOPOTAMIA. Coronet, 1953. 
11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Photographs of present-day 
Iraq, with scenes of the ruins of Babylon and 
Ur. Describes the culture and history of the 
Sumerians, the Semites, the Assyrians, the 
Chaldeans, and other peoples who inhabited 
ancient Mesopotamia, the land between the 
Tigris and the Euphrates Rivers. 

Credits: Educational collaborator, Richard 
A. Parker. 

© John Smart; 26Mar53; MP3498. 

ANDY RUSSELL AND DELLA IN HOUSE 
PARTY. Universal Pictures Co., 1953. 
15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A Universal-In- 
ternational picture. 

Summary : A musical short which features 
Andy Russell and his wife, Delia. 

Credits : Producer and director. Will 
Cowan; film editor. Jack Corrigan. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 10Mar53; 
LP2560. 

ANGEL FACE. RKO Radio Pictures, 1952. 
91 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A tragedy about a young psycho- 
path whose romantic infatuation for her 
family's chauffeur leads to murder and sui- 
cide. 

Credits : Producer and director. Otto 
Preminger; story, Chester Erskine; screen- 
play, Frank Nugent, Oscar Millard; music, 
Dimitri Tiomkin; film editor, Frederic 
Knudtson. Cast : Robert Mitchum, Jean 
Simmons, Mona Freeman, Herbert Marshall, 
Leon Ames. 

© RKO Radio Pictures, inc.; 31Dec52; 
LP2259. 

ANGELS ONE FIVE. Templar Productions, 
London. Released in the U. S. by Stratford 
Pictures Corp., 1953. 98 min., sd., b&w, 
35mm. 

Summary : A drama of life on an air base 
in England which depicts the role of an 
English fighter squadron in stemming the 
tide of the Nazi air invasion of Britain in the 
summer of 1940. 

Credits : Producers, John W. Gossage, 
Derek Twist; director, George More O'Fer- 
rall; original story, Pelham Groom; screen- 
play, Derek Twist; music, John Wooldridge; 
editor, Daniel Birt. Cast: Jack Hawkins, 
Michael Denison, Dulcie Gray, John Gregson, 
Cyril Raymond. 

© Stratford Pictures Corp.; 25Feb53; 
LP2510. 

ANIMAL CAVALCADE. Motion pictures in 
this series, © Columbia Pictures Corp., are 
entered separately under their respective 
titles. 

ANIMAL HOTEL. Paramount Pictures Corp., 
1953. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Topper 
series) 



Summary: Pictures the antics of a variety 
of animals in the National Zoological Park 
in Washington; shows the operation of the 
zoo's kitchen which feeds 3,000 animals daily 
and supplies special menus for animals 
from all parts of the world. 

Credits: Producer, John A. Haeseler; 
narrator. Ward Wilson. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 6Feb53 (in 
notice: 1952); MP3246. 

ANN RUTLEDGE. TV-Radio Workshop, 1953. 
3 reels, sd.. b&w, 35mm. Fifth in a series 
of films depicting the life of Abraham Lin- 
coln. 

Summary : A dramatization of events in 
Lincoln's life as a member of the Illinois 
State Legislature at Vandalia. Shows his 
attempts to clear his debts, his illness dur- 
ing the summer of 1835, his experiences as 
a lawyer, and his depression following the 
death of Ann Rutledge. 

Credits : Producer. Richard de Rochemont; 
director. Norman Lloyd; written by James 
Agec; filna editor. Morris Roizman. 

Appl. title: Mr. Lincoln: Ann Rutledge. 

© TV-Radio Workshop; 8Feb53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2306. 

ANT PASTED. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 1953. 
7 min.. sd.. color. 35mm. (Looney tune 
cartoon) Technicolor. 

Summary : An animated cartoon. A colony 
of ants declares war on Elmer Fudd after he 
disturbs the insects with his fourth of July 
firecrackers. 

Credits : Director, I. Freleng; story, 
Warren Foster; animation, Virgil Ross, 
Arthur Davis, Manuel Perez, Ken Champin; 
music director, Carl Stalling. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; Ijun53 (in notice: 
1952); MP3576. 

APPOINTMENT WITH VENUS. SEE Island 
rescue. LP2344. 

APPROACH. McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1952. 
Produced by Transfilm. 10 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. (Salesmanship series) Correlated 
with Textbook of salesmanship, by Frederic 
A. Russell and Frank H. Beach. 

Summary : An animated training film which 
stresses the importance of a well-planned 
sales interview; shows that a salesman must 
gain the interest, confidence, favorable 
attention, and positive interest of the prospec- 
tive customer during the interview. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 26Sep52; 
MP3227. 

THE APPROACH IN SELLING AND WHAT IT 
MEANS TO YOU (Filmstrip) Brown & 
Bigelow, 1953. Made by Wilding Picture 
Productions. 80 fr., color, 35mm. Ansco 
color. 

Summary : Presents tested approach tech- 
niques of successful Brown & Bigelow sales- 
men. 

© Brown & Bigelow; ljun53; JP2146. 

AQUATIC KIDS. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Re- 
leased by Loew's, 1953. 8 min., sd.. b&w, 
35mm. (Pete Smith specialty) 

Summary : Shows children learning and 
teaching water-skiing at Florida's Cypress 
Gardens. Includes scenes of champion 
skiers, and describes the techniques of skiing 
on water. 

Credits : Producer and narrator. Pete 
Smith; film editor, Joseph Dietrick. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 19Feb53 (in notice: 
1952); MP3228. 

ARC WELDING (Filmstrip) Popular Science 
Pub. Co., 1952. Produced in cooperation 
with the Lincoln Electric Co. 3 filmstrips, 
color, 35mm. 

Summary : Presents the development of the 
art of joining materials. Describes each 
standard operation in arc welding and shows 
how skill is developed. Stresses safety 
measures for the protection of workers. 
Ansco color. 
Contents : 1. Electric arc welding and how 



1953 



MOTION PICTURES AND FILMSTRIPS 



it helps man. 57 fr. — 2. Selecting and using 
welding equipment safely. 56 fr. — 3. Prac- 
ticing arc welding. 45 fr. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 30Dec52; 
JP1844-1846. 

AROUND THE WORLD WITH HEBREW 
(Filmstrip) Union of American Hebrew 
Congregations, 1952. Made by William P. 
Gottlieb Co. 43 fr., color, 35mm. Eastman 
color. 

Summary : Drawings and photographs are 
used to show how Hebrew is used throughout 
the world. Points out to young children the 
advantages of studying Hebrew. 

Credits : Directed and written by Samuel 
Grand; editor, Emanuel Gamoran. 

© The Union of American Hebrew Congre- 
gations; 9Sep52; JP2077. 

ART AND MOTION. Paul Burnford Produc- 
tions. Released by Encyclopaedia Britannica 
Films, 1952. 12 min., sd., color, 16mm. 

Summary : Shows a relationship of motion 
as revealed both in nature and in moving 
forms in space and time to the motion in ab- 
stract art forms as evidenced in the mobiles 
of Calder and Usher, in the paintings of Balla, 
Kadinsky, and Van Gogh, and in the film. 
Color fragments, by Decker. 

Credits: Producer, Paul Burnford; educa- 
tional collaborator, Virginia Purcell; music, 
Werner Bracher. Kodachrome. 

© Paul Burnford Productions (in notice: 
Paul Burnford); 280ct52; MP3231. 

ART IN AMERICA. March of Time, 1952. 
29 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Explains how art has penetrated 
into all phases of American life and reports 
on the position of the artist in the United 
States today. Includes scenes of New York's 
Metropolitan Museum, the Knoedler Galler- 
ies, the Carnegie International Exhibit in 
Pittsburgh, and the studios of a number of 
American painters and sculptors. 

© Time, inc.; 3Dec52; MP3351. 

THE ASCENSION OF JESUS (Filmstrip) Con- 
cordia Pub. House, 1952. 24 fr., color, 
35mm. 

Summary : A pictorial presentation of the 
ascension of Jesus to heaven. Matthew 28: 
16-20; Mark 16: 15-19; Luke 24: 49-53; 
Acts 1: 2-12. 

Credits: Author, Robert Isely. Ansco 
color. 

© Concordia Pub. House; 2Apr52; JP1792. 

ASPIRATION: STATEHOOD (Filmstrip) 
New York Times, 1952. 55 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
(A current affairs filmstrip, Jan. 1953) 

Summary : Presents the arguments for and 
against the admission of Hawaii anr" Alaska 
to statehood. Discusses the historical back- 
grounds of both territories, the principal 
industries, and the customs of the native in- 
habitants. 

© The New York Times Co.; 18Dec52 (in 
notice: 1953); JP1765. 

AUDUBON'S BIRDS OF AMERICA (Filmstrip) 
John A. Haeseler. Released by Encyclopae- 
dia Britannica Films, 1953. 6 filmstrips, 
color, 35mm. Eastman color. Produced in 
cooperation with the American Museum of 
Natural History, New York. 

Summary : A study of bird life is presented 
in captioned reproductions of Audubon's 
bird pictures. Photographs of representative 
natural habitats are included. 

Contents : John James Audubon, artist and 
naturalist. 64 fr. — Birds of forest and wood- 
land. 60 fr. — Birds of harbor and seashore. 
56 fr. — Birds of the countryside. 58 fr.— 
Birds of the gardens. 57 fr. — Birds of 
villages and towns. 57 fr. 

Credits : Collaborator, Richard H. Pough. 

© John A. Haeseler; 20Apr53; JP2079. 

AWAY IN A MANGER (Filmstrip) Elva R. 
Holden, 1952. 39 double fr., color, 35mm. 

Summary : Pictures of children portraying 
the story of the birth of Christ — Mary and 



Joseph taking shelter in the manger where 
Jesus is born, angels announcing His birth 
to shepherds who are in the fields tending 
their flocks, and the Wise Men bringing their 
gifts and paying homage to the Christ Child. 
Ansco color. 
© Elva R. Holden; 13Dec52; JP1882. 



BABY MAKES TWO. RKO Radio Pictures, 
1952. 17 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A slapstick comedy. In order 
to comply with a set of contest rules, the 
winner induces an ex-sweetheart to pose as 
her husband and as the father of a borrowed 
baby. 

Credits : Producer, George Bilson; direc- 
tor, Duke Goldstone; screenplay, Elwood 
UUman, Leslie Goodwins; film editor, Ed- 
ward W. Williams. Cast: Gil Lamb, Carol 
Hughes, Claire Carleton, Frank Nelson, 
baby Ulrich. 

© RKO Radio Pictures, inc.; 26Dec52; 
LP2466. 

BACHELOR IN PARIS. VanDyke Pictures 
Corp., London. Released in the U. S. by 
Lippert Pictures, 1953. 78 min., sd., b&w, 
35mm. Based on the story Clementine, by 
William Rose. 

Credits : Producer, Roger Proudlock; 
director, John Guillermin; screenplay, Allan 
MacKinnon; music director, Phillip Martell; 
editors, Robert J. Hill, Sam Simmons. Cast : 
Dennis Price, Anne Vernon, Mischa Auer, 
Hermione Baddeley, Brian Worth. 

© Lippert Pictures, inc.; 28May53; LP2607. 

THE BACHELOR TAKES A WIFE. LP2424. 
SEE Private secretary, no. 2. 

BAD BLONDE. Exclusive Films, London. 
Released in the U. S. by Lippert Pictures, 
1953. 79 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on 
a novel by Max Catto. 

Summary : A melodrama. The wife of an 
English fight promoter becomes infatuated 
with a young prizefighter whom she encour- 
ages to murder her husband. 

Credits : Producer, Anthony Hinds; direc- 
tor, Reginald Le Borg; screenplay, Guy 
Elmes, Richard Landau; music, Ivor Slaney; 
editor, James Needs. Cast : Barbara Payton, 
Frederick Valk, John Slater, Sidney James, 
Tony Wright. 

© Exclusive Films, ltd.; 22Apr53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2524. 

THE BAD MEN OF RIMROCK. Range Rider 
Productions, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Range Rider western for tele- 
vision. 

Credits : Producer, Hugh McCollum; 
director, William Berke; screenplay, Milton 
Raison; music, Walter Greene; music super- 
visor, Irving Friedman; film editor. Jack 
Wheeler. Cast: Jack Mahoney, Dick Jones, 
Stanley Andrews. 

© Range Rider Productions; 29Jan53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2240. 

BAKER GRANDEE. LP2204. SEE Man 
against crime. Oct. 15, 1952. 

BANDITS IN UNIFORM. Lone Ranger, inc., 
1953. Produced by Jack Chertok Produc- 
tions. 26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by 
George W. Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; direc- 
tor, Paul Landres; teleplay, David P. Shep- 
pard; based on a radio play by Tom Dougall; 
editor, Frank Capacchione. Cast : John Hart, 
Jay Silverheels, Gil Donaldson. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 22Jan53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2487. 

BANDITS OF CORSICA. Global Productions. 
Released by United Artists Corp., 1953. 



82 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A sequel to the 
motion picture Corsican brothers which was 
adapted from the novel by Alexandre Dumas. 

Summary : A swashbuckling melodrama 
about the efforts of one of the legendary 
Corsican brothers to liberate his people 
from the rule of a tyrannical dictator in spite 
of the opposition of his mentally-unbalanced 
brother. 

Credits : Director, Ray Nazarro; story, 
Frank Burt; screenplay, Richard Schayer; 
music, Irving Gertz; film editor. Grant Why- 
tock. Cast: Richard Greene, Paula Raymond, 
Raymond Burr, Dona Drake, Raymond Green- 
leaf. 

©Global Productions, inc.; 27Feb53; 
LP2363. 

THE BANDITS OF PANAMINT. Pacific Coast 
Borax Co., 1953. Made by Flying A Pictures. 
2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. (Death Valley 
days) 

Summary : Two young bandits forsake a 
life of crime as a result of an ingenious plan 
devised by their girl friends. 

Credits : Producer, Dorrell McGowan; 
director, Stuart McGowan; screenplay, 
Ruth C. Woodman; music supervisor, Irving 
Friedman; film editor, Anthony Wollner. 
Cast : Rick Vallin, Glase Lohman, Sheila 
Ryan. 

Appl. author: McCann-Erickson, inc. 

© Borax Consolidated, ltd. (Pacific Coast 
Borax Co.); 31Mar53; LP2692. 

BANGKOK, GOLDEN TEMPLE PARADISE. 
Circle Film Enterprises, 1953. 13 min., 
sd., color, 16mm. 

Summary : Contrasts the old and the new in 
Bangkok, Thailand. Includes scenes of the 
grounds of the Grand Palace, the canals of 
the city, and the Temples of the Emerald 
Bhudda and of the Fifth Sovereign. 

Credits : Produced, photographed, and 
written by Sam Waagenaar; narrator, James 
Wellard. 

© Circle Film Enterprises, inc.; lMar53; 
MP3427. 

THE BANK DICK. SEE Hurry, hurry. 
LP2316. 

BAR 20 RIDES AGAIN. Castle Films, 1950. 
1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on the book 
of the same title by Clarence E. Mulford. 

Summary : A western in which Hopalong 
Cassidy uses a magnifying glass in capturing 
a gang of cattle thieves. 

© United World Films, inc.; 15Feb50 (in 
notice: MCMXLX); LP2324. 

BARNEY'S ANIMATED FILM COMMERCIAL. 
Emil Mogul Co. [1953] 20 sec, sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Summary : Animated figures present an 
advertisement for Barney's clothing store. 

Appl. author: Myron Mahler. 

©Emil Mogul Co., inc.; 13May53; MU5554. 

BARNEY'S HUNGRY COUSIN. Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer. Released by Loew's, 1952. 7 min., 
sd., color, 35mm. 

Summary : Barney Bear finds that picnics 
aren't much fun when a greedy cousin eats 
all the food. 

Credits : Producer, Fred Quimby; direc- 
tor, Dick Lundy; story. Heck Allen, Jack 
Cosgriff; animation, Robert Bentley, Michael 
Lah, Walter Clinton, Grant Simmons, Ray 
Patterson; music, Scott Bradley. Techni- 
color. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 7Nov52 (in notice: 
1951); LP2369. 

BARTHOLDI. LP2224. SEE Man against 
crime. Dec. 17, 1952. 

BASEBALL. Gillette Co., 1952. 1 reel, sd., 
b&w, 16mm. Television commercial. 
Appl. title: Look sharp march opening. 
© The Gillette Co.; 10ct52; MP3169. 

A BASEBALL ROOKIE'S BIG CHANCE. 

March of Time, 1953. 29 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Jan.-June 



A BASEBALL ROOKIE'S BIG CHANCE. 
Cont'd. 

Summary : Follows baseball rookie Jim 
Lemon of the Cleveland Indians through his 
training period at Daytona Beach and at the 
regular spring camp in Arizona. Shows the 
outfielder demonstrating his skill as a batter 
in an exhibition game with the New York 
Giants. 
© Time, inc.; 25Mar53; MP3566. 

BATTLE CIRCUS. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 
Released by Loew's, 1953. 90 min., sd., 
b&w, 35mm. Based on a story by Allen 
Rivkin and Laura Kerr. 

Summary : A melodrama about an idealistic 
Army nurse and a hard-bitten Army surgeon 
who are serving in Kore^. 

Credits : Producer, Pandro S. Berman; 
director and author of screenplay, Richard 
Brooks; music, Lennie Hayton; film editor, 
George Boemler. Cast: Humphrey Bogart, 
June AUyson, Keenan Wynn, Robert Keith, 
William Campbell. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 23Jan53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2290. 

BATULA. Louis G. Cowan, inc., 1952. 
24 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Fearless Fos- 
dick adventures, no. A -6) Based on a comic 
strip character created by Al Capp [pseud, 
of Alfred Gerald Caplin] 

Summary : A puppet show which relates 
the adventures of detective Fearless Fos- 
dick and a vampire that steals toupees. 

Credits : Producer, Charles Guggenheim; 
director and marionettes, Mary Chase; 
script, Everett Crosby; puppeteers, Frank 
Sullivan, Silvia Meredith, Donald Sommers; 
film editor, Carl Tomlin. Cast : Voices, 
John Griggs, Gilbert Mack, Jean Carson. 

Appl. title: Fearless Fosdick in Batula. 

© Louis G. Cowan, inc.; 14Sep52 (in notice: 
1951); LP2273. 

BEAR COUNTRY. Walt Disney Productions. 
Released by RKO Radio Pictures, 1952. 
33 min., sd., color, 35mm. (True-life ad- 
venture series) Technicolor. 

Summary : A photographic study of the 
American black bear and his home in the 
Rocky Mountains. Describes the animal's 
feeding habits, his lengthy hibernation period, 
and his desire to be comfortable. Includes 
scenes of the disciplining of cubs, the 
mother's desertion of her offspring after two 
years, and a battle between male bears at 
the mating season. 

Credits : Producer, Walt Disney; directed 
and written by James Algar; narrator, 
Winston Hibler; music, Paul Smith; photog- 
raphers, Alfred G. Milotte, James R. Simon, 
Tom McHugh; film editor, Lloyd Richardson. 

© Walt Disney Productions; 21Nov52; 
MP3552. 

BEAR CRAZY. Paramount Pictures Corp., 
1953. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Topper 
series) 

Summary : Shows the amusing antics of 
two cubs and their encounter with a family 
of raccoons. 

Credits: Producer, John A. Haeseler; 
narrator. Ward Wilson, 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 29May53; 
MP3615. 

THE BEAST FROM 20,000 FATHOMS. 
Warner Bros. Pictures, 1953. 80 min., sd., 
b&w, 35mm. Suggested by a story by Ray 
Bradbury. 

Summary : A tale about a prehistoric 
monster. Scientists and Army personnel 
attempt to destroy a beast, supposedly un- 
earthed by an atomic blast at the Artie Circle, 
which terrorizes the city of New York 
leaving a path of destruction in its wake. 
Credits : Producers, Hal Chester, Jack 
Dietz; director, Eugene Lourie; screenplay, 
Lou Morheim, Fred Freiberger; music, 
David Buttolph; film editor, Bernard W. 
Burton. Cast : Paul Christian, Paula Ray- 
mond, Cecil Kellaway, Kenneth Tobey, 
Donald Woods. 



© Warner Bros. Pictures, inc.; 16Jun53; 
LP2638. 

BEAUTIFUL BAVARIA. Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer. Released by Loew's, 1953. 9 min., 
sd., color, 35mm. (James A. FitzPatrick's 
traveltalks) 

Summary : A view of Bavaria. Presents 
scenes of the Konigssee and Tegernsee 
lakes and of several villages, including 
Berchtesgaden, Oberammergau, and Mitten- 
wald, which is noted for its violin making. 

Credits: Producer and narrator, James A. 
FitzPatrick; photographer. Hone Glendinning. 
Technicolor. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 26Mar53; MP3398. 

BEAUTY PRIZE. LP2252. SEE Mr. and Mrs. 
North. No. 17. 

BEAVER VALLEY. Walt Disney Productions. 
Released by RKO Radio Pictures, 1950. 
32 min., sd., color, 35mm. (True-life ad- 
venture series) Technicolor. 

Summary : A photographic study of the life 
of a group of birds and animals inhabiting 
the region of a beaver pond. Pictures the 
beaver as the community's leading citizen, 
and shows his construction of a sturdy dam, 
his mating customs, his feeding habits, and 
his preparations for winter. Includes scenes 
of the moose, deer, heron, bittern, marmot, 
and badger. 

Credits : Producer, Walt Disney; director, 
James Algar; script, Lawrence Edward Wat- 
kin, Ted Sears; narrator, Winston Hibler; 
music, Paul Smith; photographers, Alfred 
G. Milotte, Karl H. Maslowski, Murl Deusing; 
film editor, Norman Palmer. 

© Walt Disney Productions; 19May50; 
MP3554. 

THE BEEHIVE. March of Time, 1952. 15 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. (Ballets de France, no. 5) 

Summary : A ballet fantasy danced by 
children who impersonate flowers and bees. 

Credits : Producer and director, J. A. 
Benoit-Levy; music, Schumann; music direc- 
tor, Richard Blareau; music arranger, 
Jeanine Rueff. 

© Time, inc.; 9Sep52; MP3099. 

BEETHOVEN'S FIRST SYMPHONY [AND] 
CHOPIN'S WALTZ. Castle Films, 1951. 
1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. (The music album) 

Summary : The Berlin Symphony Orches- 
tra plays the first movement of Beethoven's 
First symphony and Chopin waltz music ac- 
companied by ballet. 

Appl. title: Musical gems, Berlin Symphony 
Orchestra. 

© United World Films, inc.; 15Jul51; 
MP3291. 

THE BEGINNING AND THE END. TV -Radio 
Workshop, 1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. 
First in a series of films depicting the life 
of Abraham Lincoln. 

Summary : A dramatization of events in 
Lincoln's life immediately prior to his death. 
Includes a sequence showing Lincoln's 
humble birth. 

Credits : Producer, Richard de Rochemont; 
director, Norman Lloyd; written by James 
Agec; film editor, Morris Roizman. 

Appl. title: Mr. Lincoln: The end and the 
beginning. 

© TV-Radio Workshop; 16Nov52; LP2302. 

BEHIND SOUTHERN LINES. William F. 
Broidy Productions, 1951. 56 min., sd., 
b&w, 35mm. (Wild Bill Hickok, no. 1) 

Summary : While engaged in spying activi- 
ties for the Union Army, Wild Bill Hickok 
encounters a bungling sentry who becomes 
his partner in later adventures in the West. 

Credits : Producer, Wesley Barry; direc- 
tor, Thomas Carr; screenplay, Melvin Levy, 
Maurice Tombragel; music director, Edward 
J. Kay; editor. Ace Herman. Cast: Guy 
Madison, Andy Devine, Murray Alper. 

© William F. Broidy Productions, inc.; 
15Dec51 (in notice: 1952); LP2216. 



THE BELL OF SAN GABRIEL. Pacific 
Coast Borax Co.. 1953. Made by Flying 
A Pictures. 2 reels, sd.. b&w, 16mm. 
(Death Valley days) 

Summary : Dramatizes an incident in the 
life of a Franciscan missionary to California. 

Credits : Producer. Dorrell McGowan; 
director. Stuart McGowan; screenplay. 
Ruth G. Woodman; music supervisor. Irving 
Friedman; film editor. Walter Hannemann. 
Cast : Pedro Regas, Carlo Schipa. Charles 
Wagenheim. 

Appl. author: McCann-Erickson. inc. 

© Borax Consolidated, ltd. (Pacific Coast 
Borax Co.); 17Mar53; LP2690. 

BEST FEATURES FORWARD (Filmstrip) 
Lincoln-Mercury Sales Council. 1953. Made 
by Wilding Picture Productions. 91 fr.. 
b&w. 35mm. (Lincoln-Mercury sales 
round-table, no. 7) 

© Lincoln-Mercury Division of Ford Motor 
Co. (in notice: Ford Motor Co.); 26Jan53; 
JP2053. 

BEST LAID PLANS. Lone Ranger, inc.. 

1952. Produced by Jack Chertok Produc- 
tions. 3 reels, sd., b&\v. 16mm. Created 
by George W. Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer. Jack Chertok; direc- 
tor, John Morse; based on a radio play by 
Tom Dougall; teleplay. Charles Larson; 
editor, Everett Dodd. Cast : John Hart. Jay 
Silverheels. John Bryant. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc.. employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 25Dec52; LP2453. 

BETTER BAIT THAN NEVER. Paramount 
Pictures Corp., 1953. 7 min., sd., color. 
35mm. (Noveltoon cartoon) 

Summary : A lazy cat is outwitted by the 
crow that he attempts to use as fishing bait. 

Credits : Director. Seymour Kneitel; story, 
Irving Spector; animation, Dave Tendlar. 
Martin Taras; music. Winston Sharpies. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 5Jun53; 
LP2652. 

BETTER FENCING. Koppers Co. [ 1953] 
Produced by Jam Handy Organization. 
3 reels, color, 16mm. 

Summary : Describes the method used by 
the Koppers Company for pressure-cresoting 
fence posts and other wood for farm uses. 
Kodachrome. 

© The Jam Handy Organization, inc.; 
13Mar53; MU5530. 

BETTER THAN EVER CHEVROLET TRUCKS 
FOR 1953 (Filmstrip) Chevrolet Motor 
Division [ 1953] Made by Jam Handy Organ- 
ization. 61 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : Presents the features of the 
1953 Chevrolet trucks. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 17Jun53; JU7539. 

A BETTER WAY. United States Steel Corp., 

1953. Made by Wilding Picture Productions. 
27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Stresses the importance of 
improving operating methods, points out 
existing opportunities for improvement, 
and reports on achievements which have 
helped the United States Steel Corporation 
maintain its position as a producer of top 
quality steel. For plant foremen and super- 
visory personnel. 

© United States Steel Corp.; 15Feb53; 
LP2687. 

BETTY AND THE PIRATE. SEE Bobo the 
hobo and his traveling troupe in Betty and the 
pirate. LP2657. 

THE BIGGEST FAMILY (Filmstrip) Chevro- 
let Motor Division [1953] Made by Jam 
Handy Organization. 60 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
Summary : Presents the national adver- 
tising program for Chevrolet parts which 
has appeared in Life magazine. 



1953 



MOTION PICTURES AND FILMSTRIPS 



© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 18May53; JU7502. 

THE BIGGEST NEWS. Chevrolet Motor 
Division ( 1953) Produced by Jam Handy 
Organization. 75 ft., color, 35mm. 

Summary : Presents the features of the 
1953 Chevrolet passenger car. Eastman 
color. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 16Feb53; MU5513. 

BIRDS GROW. JP2130. SEE Growing things, 
no. 5. 

BIRTH OF VENUS; ART OF THE RENAIS- 
SANCE. Art Film Productions. Released 
by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1952. 
10 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. 

Summary : A teacher watching his students 
rehearse for the Greek Games recalls the 
wonder and glories of ancient Greece and the 
Italian Renaissance. Includes views of 
Raphael's mural The school of Athens and of 
Botticelli's The birth of Venus. 

Credits : Producer, Boris Vermont; 
director, Jean Oser; story and narration, 
Mildred Barish Vermont; narrator, Peter 
Allen; research, Marilyn Silverstone; music, 
Jacques D. Belasco; director of photography, 
Cyril J. Knowles. 

Appl. title: Birth of Venus; art of Ren- 
aissance. 

© Art Film Productions, inc.; 29Nov52; 
MP3460. 

BIRTHPLACE OF HOCKEY. Vitaphone Corp., 
1953. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Sports 
parade) A Warner Bros, short subject. 

Summary : Explains what hockey means to 
the entire population of Regina, Sask., where 
the 184 teams on the city's amateur league 
play many games each season. Shows hockey 
player Jack Staples instructing the children 
in the sport. Includes scenes of the Montreal 
Canadiens vs. the Toronto Maple Leafs in a 
Stanley Cup play-off game in Toronto. 

Credits : Director, Douglas Sinclair; writ- 
ten by Owen Crump; narrator. Art Gilmore; 
music, William Lava; film editor. Rex Steele. 
Technicolor. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 9Mar53 (in notice: 
1952); MP3320. 

BLACK, BROWN, OR GOLD. Sherer Sales 
Co. [1953] 13 min., color, 16mm. 

Summary : Three sportsmen compare the 
styles of retrieving of the Labrador, Golden, 
and Chesapeake retrievers as they hunt for 
ducks and geese near Martha's Vineyard. 

Credits : Author, Osborn Sherer. 

©Sherer Sales Co.; 6Mar53; MU5526. 

BLACK GOLD. Lone Ranger, inc., 1953. 
Made by Jack Chertok Productions. 3 reels, 
sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George W. 
Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; direc- 
tor, John H. Morse; teleplay. Bill Bruckner; 
editor, Ernest Leadlay. Cast: John Hart, 
Jay Silverheels. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 9Apr53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2656. 

THE BLACK TERROR. Range Rider Produc- 
tions, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Range Rider western for 
television. 

Credits : Producer, Hugh McCoUum; 
director, Ross Lederman; screenplay, Wil- 
liam Telaak; music score, Walter Greene; 
music supervisor, Irving Friedman; film 
editor, Harvey Manger. Cast : Jack Mahoney, 
Dick Jones, Jim Bannon. 

©Range Rider Productions; 16Mar53; 
LP2411. 

BLACK WATERS. William Boyd Productions, 
1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on 
characters created by Clarence E. Mulford. 



Summary : A television western featuring 
Hopalong Cassidy. 

Credits : Production supervisor, Glenn 
Cook; director, Thomas Carr; screenplay, 
Harrison Jacobs; music, Raoul Kraushaar; 
film editor, Jodie Copelan. Cast : William 
Boyd, Edgar Buchanan, Rick Vallin. 

© William Boyd Productions, inc.; lDec52; 
LP2390. 

BLACKOUT. LP2448. SEE Mr. and Mrs. 
North. No. 25. 

BLAZING GUNS. Castle Films, 1949. 1 reel, 
sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Kirby Grant western. A mar- 
shal unmasks a sheriff as the secret leader 
of a gang of outlaws. 

© United World Films, inc.; 15Aug49; 
LP2315. 

BLIND ENCOUNTER. William Boyd Produc- 
tions, 1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based 
on characters created by Clarence E. Mul- 
ford. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
Hopalong Cassidy. 

Credits : Production supervisor, Glenn 
Cook; director, Thomas Carr; screenplay, 
Sherman L. Lowe; music, Raoul Kraushaar; 
film editor, Fred W. Berger. Cast : William 
Boyd; Edgar Buchanan, Pepe Hern. 

© William Boyd Productions, inc.; lDec52; 
LP2391. 

BLOODHOUNDS OF BROADWAY. Twentieth 
Century-Fox Film Corp., 1952. 90 min., 
sd., color, 35mm. Based on the story of the 
same title by Damon Runyon. 

Summary : A song and dance story about a 
pert young miss from the backwoods of 
Georgia who soars to stardom in an under- 
world night club under the tutelage of a 
Broadway bookie. 

Credits: Producer, George Jessel; direc- 
tor, Harmon Jones; screenplay, Sy Gomberg; 
adaptation, Albert Mannheimer; music direc- 
tor, Lionel Newman; editor, George A. Git- 
tens. Cast : Mitzi Gaynor, Scott Brady, 
Mitzi Green, Marguerite Chapman, Michael 
O'Shea. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
llNov52; LP2328. 

THE BLUE GARDENIA. Warner Bros. Pic- 
tures, 1953. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A telephone operator who is 
implicated in the murder of an artist is ex- 
onerated when a Los Angeles newspaper 
columnist discovers the real killer. 

Credits : Producer, Alex Gottlieb; director, 
Fritz Lang; story. Vera Caspary; screen- 
play, Charles Hoffman; music, Raoul 
Kraushaar; film editor, Edward Mann. Cast : 
Anne Baxter, Richard Conte, Ann Sothern, 
Raymond Burr, Jeff Donnell. 

© Blue Gardenia Productions, inc.; 
26Mar53; LP2441. 

BLUE RIBBON HIT PARADE. Motion pictures 
in this series, © Vitaphone Corp., are entered 
separately under their respective titles. 

BOBBY SHANTZ. RKO-Pathe, 1952. 8 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) 

Summary : Presents the life of Bobby 
Shantz, star pitcher with the Philadelphia 
Athletics, who is considered the most valu- 
able player in the American League despite 
his small stature. 

Credits ; Producer, Jay Bonafield; direc- 
tor and photographer, Larry O'Reilly; 
written by Earle Luby; narrator, Andre 
Baruch; music supervisor, Herman Fuchs. 

©RKO-Pathe, inc.; 13Dec52; MP3620. 

BOBO, THE HOBO, AND HIS TRAVELING 
TROUPE IN BETTY AND THE PIRATE. 
Fantasy Features, 1952. 15 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Summary : A puppet show presenting a 
musical fairytale. 

Credits : Producer, Lorraine Lester; 
directed and written by Budd Fishel; music. 



George Lessner; film editor, Anthony 
Termini. 

© Fantasy Features, inc.; 22Nov52; 
LP2657. 

BOBO, THE HOBO, AND HIS TRAVELING 
TROUPE IN MOUNTAIN CINDERELLA. 
Fantasy Features. 1952. 15 min., sd., b&w, 
16 mm. 

Summary : A puppet show presenting a 
musical fairytale. 

Credits : Producer, Lorraine Lester; 
directed and written by Budd Fishel; music, 
George Lessner; film editor, Anthony 
Termini. 

© Fantasy Features, inc.; 29Nov52; 
LP2658. 

BODY DEFENSES AGAINST INVASION BY 
DISEASE (Filmstrip) Popular Science Pub. 
Co., 1952. 45 fr., color, 35mm. (Fighting 
disease) 

Summary : Explains how skin, nasal hairs, 
mucous membranes, cilia, and secretions act 
as external body defenses against disease; 
shows that blood contains minerals, digested 
nutrients, red and white cells, platelets, 
and anti-bodies which form an internal de- 
fense against invasion by disease; illustrates 
how the body develops immunity to disease. 
Ansco color. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 31Mar52- 
JPI885. 

THE BOOK OF BOOKS (Filmstrip) Union of 
American Hebrew Congregations, 1952. 
Made by Victor Kayfetz Productions. 35 fr., 
color, 35mm. Eastman color. 

Summary : Emphasizes the religious and 
ethical teachings of the Bible, and shows 
its applicability to modern life. 

Credits : Directed and written by Samuel 
Grand; illustrators, William Steinel, David 
Stone; editor, Emanuel Gamoran. 

© The Union of American Hebrew Congre- 
gations; 3Nov52; JP2076. 

BOOTY AND THE BEAST. Columbia Pic- 
tures Corp., 1953. 16 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A slapstick comedy about the 
Three Stooges who unwittingly help a burglar 
to break into a mansion. 

Credits : Producer and director, Jules 
White; screenplay. Jack White; story, Felix 
Adler; film editor, Edwin Bryant. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 5Mar53; 
LP2434. 

BORDER CITY AFFAIR. Range Rider Pro- 
ductions, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Range Rider western for 
television. 

Credits : Producer, Hugh McCollum; direc- 
tor, Frank McDonald; screenplay, Norman S. 
Hall; music score, Walter Greene; music 
supervisor, Irving Friedman; film editor. 
Jack Wheeler. Cast : Jack Mahoney, Dick 
Jones, Jean Willis. 

© Range Rider Productions; 16Mar53; 
LP2410. 

BORDER JUSTICE. Castle Films, 1951. 
1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A western in which Hopalong 
Cassidy apprehends the rustlers who are 
responsible for instigating a feud between 
two ranchers. 

© United World Films, inc.; 15Jan51; 
LP2319. 

BORIS GODOUNOFF (ARIAS) SEE Great 
moments from Boris Godunoff. MP3282. 

A BOTTLE OF DEATH. LP2490. SEE Man 
against crime. Feb. 25, 1953. 

BOTTLED HEALTH, FROM FARM TO YOU 
(Filmstrip) Tested Teaching Films Corp.. 
1953. 61 fr., color, 35mm. 

Summary : Shows how milk cows are cared 
for on the farm, how they are milked by 
hand or machine, how the milk is trans- 
ported to a receiving station where it is in- 
spected and tested, and how the milk is 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BOTTLED HEALTH, FROM FARM TO YOU. 
Cont'd. 

processed and bottled for home delivery. 
Explains why milk is necessary for good 
health. Ansco color. 

© Tested Teaching Films Corp.; 25Feb53- 
JP1911. 

THE BRAVE LITTLE BAT. Warner Bros. 
Cartoons, 1941. Re-released, 1953. 7 min., 
sd., color, 35mm. (Blue ribbon hit parade) 
Technicolor. 

Summary : An animated cartoon about a 
mouse whose cousin, the bat, saves him 
from a wily cat. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 23May53 (in notice: 
1941); MP3559. 

BRAZE WELDING. Linde Air Products Co., 
a division of Union Carbide and Carbon Corp., 
1952. 14 min., sd., color, 16mm. 

Summary : A training film. Demonstrates 
the equipment used in the braze welding 
process, and displays articles which have 
been braze welded. 

© Union Carbide and Carbon Corp.; Ijun52; 
MP3237. 

THE BREAKING POINT. LP2282. SEE Man 
against crime. Jan. 7, 1953. 

BREAKOUT. LP2514. SEE Mr. and Mrs. 
North. No. 29. 

BREATH OF DISASTER. Twentieth Century- 
Fox Film Corp., 1953. 10 min., sd., b&w, 
35mm. (See it happen) 

Summary : Presents the Movietone news- 
reel record of the explosion of the dirigible 
Hindenburg in 1937, the eruption of Mt. 
Vesuvius in 1944, the crash of an army 
bomber into the 78th and 79th floors of the 
Empire State Building in New York in 1945, 
and the disastrous floods in Kansas and 
Missouri in 1951. 

Credits : Producer, Edmund Reek; written 
by Dan Doherty; narrator, Joe King; music 
director. Jack Shaindlin; film editor, Louis 
Ashley. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
19Mar53; MP3632. 

BRIGHT PROSPECTS (Filmstrip) Lincoln- 
Mercury Sales Council, 1953. Made by 
Wilding Picture Productions. 154 fr., b&w, 
35mm. (Lincoln-Mercury sales round-table, 
no. 6) 

© Lincoln-Mercury Division of Ford Motor 
Co. (in notice: Ford Motor Co.); 26Jan53; 
JP2059. 

BRIGHT ROAD. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 
Released by Loew's, 1953. 68 min., sd., 
b&w, 35mm. Based on the story See how 
they run, by Mary Elizabeth Vroman. 

Summary : A Negro teacher, facing the 
challenge of a third grade class in a new 
school, helps an eleven-year-old boy who 
has a consuming interest in nature to resolve 
his difficulties with himself and his class- 
mates. 

Credits : Producer, Sol Baer Fielding; 
director, Gerald Mayer; screenplay, Emmet 
Lavery; music, David Rose; film editor, 
Joseph Dervin. Cast : Dorothy Dandridge, 
Harry Belafonte, Philip Hepburn, Barbara 
Sanders. 

©Loew's Incorporated; 24Mar53; LP2457. 

BRIGHTEN THE WORK DAY. Chevrolet Motor 
Division [1953] Produced by Jam Handy 
Organization. 75 ft., color, 35mm. 

Summary : Presents the various models of 
1953 Chevrolet trucks. Eastman color. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 13Mar53; MU5534. 

BRITAIN'S ROYAL FAMILY (Filmstrip) 
Popular Science Pub. Co., 1953. 45 fr., 
color, 35mm. Ansco color. 

Summary: Presents a historical review of 
the evolution of the British monarchy. 
Shows that the once-powerful ruler has re- 
linquished his control of the government. 



Jan.-June 



and has now become an important symbol of 
unity to the people of the British Common- 
wealth. Includes a biographical sketch of 
Elizabeth II and explains the religious and 
civil nature of the coronation ceremony. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 14Mav53- 
JP2105. ' ' 

BRITANNIA'S ATHLETIC CADETS. Para- 
mount Pictures Corp., 1953. 1 reel, sd., 
b&w, 35mm. (Grantland Rice sportlight) 

Summary : Shows the athletic training 
program of the Royal Naval College, Dart- 
mouth, where cadets participate in such 
sports as water polo, swimming, fencing, 
cricket, and Rugby football. 

Credits : Narrator, Ward Wilson; music, 
Harry D. Glass. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 16Jan53 (in 
notice: 1952); MP3191. 

BUCCANEER WOODPECKER. Universal Pic- 
tures Co., 1953. 6 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
(Woody Woodpecker Walter Lantz cartune) 
Technicolor. A Universal-International pic- 
ture. 

Summary : Woody Woodpecker is success- 
ful in apprehending Buccaneer Buzz, the 
pirate. 

Credits: Story, Homer Brightman; anima- 
tion. La Verne Harding, Ray Abrams; music, 
Clarence Wheeler. 

© Universal International; 10Mar53; 
MP3466. 

THE BUCKSKIN. Range Rider Productions, 
1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Range Rider western for 
television. 

Credits : Producer, Hugh McCoUum; direc- 
tor, Frank McDonald; screenplay, Arthur 
Rowe; music score, Walter Greene; music 
supervisor, Irving Friedman; film editor, 
Paul Borofsky. Cast: Jack Mahoney, Dick 
Jones, Stanley Andrews. 

© Range Rider Productions; 21May53; 
LP2613. 

BUGS BUNNY SPECIAL. Motion pictures 
in this series, © Vitaphone Corp., are entered 
separately under their respective titles. 

BUILDING THE PARAGRAPH. SEE Writing 
the paragraph. MP3134. 

BUILT FOR EACH OTHER (Filmstrip) 
Zenith Radio Corp., 1953. Produced by 
Vogue Wright Studios. 115 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : Presents the story of UHF and 
Zenith automatic station selector. 

© Zenith Radio Corp.; 27Jan53; JP1904. 

BULLETS AND BADMEN. Range Rider Pro- 
ductions, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Range Rider western for 
television. 

Credits : Producer, Hugh McCoUum; direc- 
tor, Frank McDonald; screenplay, Edward 
Llewellyn; music score, Walter Greene; 
music supervisor, Irving Friedman; film 
editor, Harvey Manger. Cast : Jack Mahoney, 
Dick Jones, Ella Ethridge. 

© Range Rider Productions; 17Apr53; 
LP2516. 

BULWARKS OF DEMOCRACY (Filmstrip) 
Popular Science Pub. Co., 1953. Produced 
in cooperation with the World book encyclo- 
pedia. 50 fr., color, 35mm. (The American 
way, no. 5) 

Summary : Shows that the strength of 
American democracy lies in its schools, 
books, newspapers, magazines, and libraries. 
Presents a historical sketch of the develop- 
ment of the American educational system, 
showing the early colonial private classes, 
the founding of the first American university, 
the growth of the public education system, 
the establishment of the first Negro college, 
and the enlargement of library facilities. 
Ansco color. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 30Jan53; 
JP1919. 



BUMA; AFRICAN SCULPTURE SPEAKS. 
Henry R. Cassirer. Released by Encyclo- 
paedia Britannica Films, 1952. 9 min., 
sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. Based on a 
story and research by Ladislas Segy. 

Summary : Native music and pictures of 
carved masks and statues are used to por- 
tray the life of the natives of West and 
Central Africa and to reflect their funda- 
mental fears and emotions. 

Credits : Directed and written by Henry R. 
Cassirer; tribal music recorded in Africa by 
Arthur S. Alberts; film editor, Lewis Jacobs. 

© Ladislas Segy, Henry R. Cassirer; 
10Nov52; MP3484. 

THE BUST OF PLATO. LP2669. SEE I'm 
the law, no. 22. 

BUSY SIGNAL. LP2634. SEE Mr. and Mrs. 
North. No. 34. 

BUTTERFLIES GROW. JP2128. SEE Growing 
things, no. 3. 

BUYING FOOD WISELY. SEE Cooking series, 
no. 2. JP1960. 

BWANA DEVIL. Arch Oboler Productions. 
Released by Gulu Picture Co., 1952, and by 
United Artists Corp., 1953. 79 min., sd., 
color, 35mm. A three-dimensional film: 
Natural Vision; magnetic sound track. 

Summary : An adventure melodrama about 
a British engineer who tracks down and 
destroys two man-eating lions that have dis- 
rupted the construction of the first railroad 
in East Africa at the turn of the century. 
Filmed in Africa and California. 

Credits : Produced, directed, and written 
by Arch Oboler; music, Gordon Jenkins; 
film editor, John Hoffman. Cast : Robert 
Stack, Barbara Britton, Nigel Bruce, Ramsay 
Hill, Paul McVey. 

© Gulu Picture Co.; 13Mar53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2462. 

BY THE LIGHT OF THE SILVERY MOON. 
Warner Bros. Pictures, 1953. 102 min., 
sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. Suggested 
by Booth Tarkington's Penrod stories. 

Summary : A connedy. A young woman, 
with the help of her spy-conscious brother, 
unwittingly leads the townspeople to believe 
that her father's business appointments with 
a French actress have romantic implications. 
Setting: an Indiana town in 1919. 

Credits : Producer, William Jacobs; direc- 
tor, David Butler; written by Robert O'Brien 
and Irving Elinson; music director, Ray 
Heindorf; music adaptor. Max Steiner; film 
editor, Irene Morra. Cast : Doris Day, 
Gordon MacRae, Leon Ames, Rosemary De- 
Camp, Billy Gray. 

© Warner Bros. Pictures, inc.; 22Apr53 
(in notice: 1952); LP2525. 

BY WAY OF EXPERIENCE. Union Carbide 
and Carbon Corp. [1953] 12 min. 

Summary : Demonstrates the ease and 
practicability of assembling, installing, 
and maintaining Karbate impervious graphite 
equipment. 

© Union Carbide and Carbon Corp.; 
27Jan53; MU5507. 

BY WAY OF EXPERIENCE. Union Carbide 
and Carbon Corp., 1953. 12 min., sd., color, 
16mm. 

Summary : Demonstrates the assembly, 
installation and maintenance of Karbate 
equipment, which includes pipe fittings, 
joints, couplings, valves, and towers. 

Credits : Producer, John Sutherland; direc- 
tor, Roger M. Andrews. 

© Union Carbide and Carbon Corp.; 6Feb53 
(in notice: 1952); MP3279. 



CALL ME MADAM. Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp., 1953. 118 min., sd., color, 
35mm. Based on the musical comedy book 



1953 



MOTION PICTURES AND FILMSTRIPS 



of the same title by Howard Lindsay and 
Russel Grouse. 

Summary : A musical comedy satirizing 
ollicial protocol. An uninhibited Washington 
hostess, completely ignorant of the duties of 
a diplomat, is appointed U. S. ambassadress 
to the mythical Grand Duchy of Lichtenburg. 

Credits : Producer, Sol C. Siegel; director, 
Walter Lang; screenplay, Arthur Sheekman; 
music and lyrics, Irving Berlin; music direc- 
tor, Alfred Newman; film editor, Robert 
Simpson. Cast : Ethel Merman, Donald 
O'Connor, Vera-Ellen, George Sanders, 
Billy De Wolfe. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
5Mar53; LP2650. 

CALL ME SKINNY. Paramount Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. 
(Pacemaker) 

Summary : Explains that jockeys should 
be small, ambitious men who have physical 
stamina and a love for horses. Follows the 
training of a young exercise boy until he be- 
comes a jockey and places in his first race. 

Credits : Producer and director, Justin 
Herman; narrator. Ward Wilson; film editor, 
Lawrence F. Sherman. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 25Jun53; 
MP3657. 

THE CALL OF ABRAHAM (Filmstrip) Con- 
cordia Pub. House, 1952. 28 fr., color, 
35mm. 

Summary : A pictorial presentation of the 
story of Abrsiham who led his people to a 
promised land at the command of God. 
Genesis 11: 27-32; 12: 1-9; 15: 1-7; 17: 
1-8; 15-19. 

Credits: Author, Robert Isely. Ansco 
color. 

© Concordia Pub. House; 22Jul52; JP1789. 

CAME THE DAWN. SEE Never let me go. 
LP2484. 

CAMERA MAGIC. Castle Films, 1946. 
1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary: Reveals the techniques by 
which seemingly impossible pictures are 
produced by the professional cameraman. 

© Castle Films, inc.; 15Jun46; MP3209. 

CANADA: A NATION GROWS (Filmstrip) 
New York Times, 1953. 55 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
(A current affairs filmslrip, April 1953) 

Summary : A pictorial survey of Canada 
today. Describes the people, land, political 
growth, and economic development of the 
provinces of Canada. 

© The New York Times Co.; 24Mar53; 
JP1934. 

CANADIAN BOOM. March of Time, 1952. 
29 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : The story of the post-war 
development of the industries and natural 
resources of Canada. Includes scenes of 
the aluminum, oil, and manufacturing in- 
dustries. 

© Time, inc.; 290ct52; MP3212. 

CANDID MICROPHONE. Columbia Pictures 
Corp., 1952-53. 1 reel each, sd., b&w, 
35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp. 

Credits : Producers and directors, George 
Blake, B. K. Blake; editor, S. Charles Raw- 
son. Cast: Allen Funt. 

Series 5. 

1. © 31Dec52; MP3268. 

2. © 13Mar53 (in notice: 1952); MP3395. 

3. © 18Feb53; MP3437. 

CAPTAINS OUTRAGEOUS. United Produc- 
tions of America. Released by Columbia 
Pictures Corp., 1952. 7 min., sd., color, 
35mm. (The near-sighted Mr. Magoo) 

Summary : The near-sighted Mr. Magoo 
mistakes a seal for his nephew while attempt- 
ing to conquer Mighty Moe, a giant marlin. 

Credits : Director, Pete Burness; story. 
Bill Scott; animation, Rudy Larriva, Tom 
McDonald; music, George Bruns. 



© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 29Dec52- 
LP2193. 

THE CARELESS KILLER. Lindsley Parsons 
Productions, 1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Summary : A television mystery from the 
files of Jeffrey Jones. 

Credits : Associate producers, Warren 
Douglas, Ace Herman; director, George 
Blair; written by George Bricker; film 
editor, Carl Pierson. Cast : Don Haggerty, 
Gloria Henry, Frank Sully. 

© Lindsley Parsons Productions; 5Aug52; 
LP2285. 

CARNIVAL GAL. Cinema Service Corp. 
[1953] b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A carnival barker introduces 
singers, dancers, and a series of comedy 
acts. 

Appl. author: Joseph Seiden. 

© Cinema Service Corp.; 8May53; MU5553. 

CARPATHIA. LP2208. SEE Man against 
crime. Oct. 29. 1952. 

CARTOON MELODIES. Motion pictures in 
this series, © Universal Pictures Co., 
inc., are entered separately under their 
respective titles. 

THE CASE FOR THE UPPER CASE (Film- 
strip) Coca-Cola Co., 1952. Made by Jam 
Handy Organization. 153 fr., color, 35mm. 
and disc. Ansco color. Based on characters 
created by Don Marquis. 

Summary : Archy, the cockroach addicted 
to lower-case letters, defines the term 
trade -mark and enlists the aid of his friend, 
the cat Mehitabel, in his effort to capital- 
ize specific trade-marks. Explains how 
trade -marks are important to a free economy 
and a free press, presents a historical 
sketch illustrating the origin of trade-marks, 
shows how they may be legally protected, and 
demonstrates their usefulness to the consum- 
er. 
© The Coca-Cola Co.; llNov52; JP2034. 

CASPER CARTOON. Motion pictures in this 
series, © Paramount Pictures Corp., are 
entered separately under their respective 
titles. 

CAUTION, DANGER AHEAD. RKO-Pathe, 
1952. 15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A graphic presentation of facts 
concerning American roads, cars, and 
drivers. Describes the increased use of 
roads and highways and current programs 
designed to meet the need for an improved, 
adequate highway system. 

Credits : Producer, Jay Bonafield; written 
by Paul Alley; narrator, Dwight Weist; 
music supervisor, Nathaniel Shilkret; film 
editor, David Cooper. 

© RKO Pathe, inc.; 150ct52; MP3232. 

CENTRALIZATION AND DECENTRALIZA- 
TION. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 
1952. 17 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (American 
democracy series) 

Summary : Dramatizes events of the past 
century and a half which have brought about 
a trend to centralization of power. Depicts 
the way in which a community achieves a 
balance between centralization and decen- 
tralization in settling a problem of flood 
control. 

Credits : Producer, John T. Bobbitt; collab- 
orator, James L. McCamy. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
90ct52; MP3239. 

CERTAIN SOMEONE. Gillette Co., 1952. 
1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Television com- 
mercial. 
© The Gillette Co.; 30ct52; MP3165. 

CEYLON. Dudley Pictures Corp. Released 
by Republic Pictures Corp., 1953. 9 min., 
sd.. color, 35mm. (This world of ours) 
Trucolor. 



Summary: A photographic tour of the 
island of Ceylon, a dominion in the British 
Commonwealth. Describes the flourishing 
rubber, tea, and copra industries, the gem 
center at Ratnapurna, and the handiwork of 
Singhalese craftsmen. Includes scenes of 
the Kandyan dancers, Buddhist temples, the 
seaport capital of Colombo, the holiday re- 
sort at Mount Lavinia, and the ancient Sing- 
halese capital of Kandy. 

Credits: Producer, Carl Dudley; photog- 
raphy, Edwin E. Olsen; editor, William 
Faris. 

©Dudley Pictures Corp.; 16Feb53; 
MP3570. 

CHANCE FOR MORE SALES (Filmstrip) 
A. B. Chance Co. [1953] Produced by Jam 
Handy Organization. 71 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen of 
electrical equipment. 

© A. B. Chance Co.; 3Apr53 (in notice: 
1952); JU7402. 

THE CHANGING SURFACE OF THE EARTH 
(Filmstrip) Popular Science Pub. Co., 1953. 
56 fr., color, 35mm. Ansco color. 

Summary: Captioned drawings and photo- 
graphs. Presents theories relating to the 
origin of the earth and its age. Explains the 
principles of volcanism and diastrophism; 
describes the way in which water, ice, vol- 
canoes, and earthquakes cause the surface of 
the earth to change. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 20Jan53; 
JP2044. 

THE CHASE. Range Rider Productions, 1953. 
3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Range Rider western for 
television. 

Credits : Producer, Hugh McCollum; 
director, Frank McDonald; screenplay, Ed- 
ward Llewellyn; music score, Walter Greene; 
music supervisor, Irving Friedman; film 
editor. Jack Wheeler. Cast : Jack Mahoney, 
Dick Jones, Karen Sharpe. 

© Range Rider Productions; 21May53; 
LP2614. 

CHECK-MATE. Princess Pictures, New York, 
in association with Iris-Film, Zurich, 1953. 
7 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : An adventure melodrama. 
A policeman induces a young advertising 
executive to aid him in exposing a thief who 
has joined an Austrian mountain-climbing 
party in an effort to escape to Switzerland 
with stolen securities. 

Credits : Producer and director. Gene 
Martel; story and screenplay, George Bellak; 
music, Herbert Jarczyk; film editor, Wolf- 
gang Becker. 

© Princess Pictures, inc.; 28May53; 
LP2683. 

CHEROKEE ROUND-UP. Range Rider Pro- 
ductions, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Range Rider western for 
television. 

Credits : Producer, Hugh McCollum; direc- 
tor, Ross Lederman; screenplay, Oliver 
Drake; music score, Walter Greene; music 
supervisor, Irving Friedman; film editor. 
Jack Wheeler. Cast : Jack Mahoney, Dick 
Jones, Gloria Saunders. 

© Range Rider Productions; 2Feb53; 
LP2250. 

CHEYENNE COWBOY. Castle Films, 1950. 
1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Tex Williams western. 
A ranch owner poses as a cowhand in order 
to investigate a series of thefts. 

© United World Films, inc.; 15Aug50 (in 
notice: MCMXLX); LP2321. 

CHEYENNE DAYS. Vitaphone Corp., 1953. 
10 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Sports parade) 
Technicolor. A Warner Bros, short subject. 

Summary : The annual rodeo in Cheyenne, 
Wyo. Includes calf roping, bulldogging, 
saddling and riding wild mustangs, the 
world's championship bucking contest, and 



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CHEYENNE DAYS. Cont'd, 
scenes of a war dance performed by Sioux 
Indians. 

Credits : Director, David Goodnow; 
written by Charles L. Tedford; narrator. 
Art Gilmore; music, Howard Jackson; film 
editor. Rex Steele. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 2May53; MP3477. 

CHILD LABOR. LP2698. SEE Private secre- 
tary, no. 15. 

CHILD SOCKOLOGY. Paramount Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 6 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
(Popeye the sailor cartoon) 

Summary : An animated cartoon. A baby- 
sitting assignment for Popeye and Bluto 
leads to a chase through the foundations of 
a skyscraper. 

Credits : Director, I. Sparber; story, Carl 
Meyer, Jack Mercer; animation, Tom John- 
son. Frank Endres; music, Winston Sharpies. 
Technicolor. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 27Mar53; 
LP2454. 

THE CHILDREN'S VOCABULARY OF A NEW 
SIGN LANGUAGE (Filmstrip) Wellcome 
Foundation, London, 1952. 4 filmstrips, b&w, 
35mm. 

Summary : A demonstration of Sir Richard 
Paget 's sign language for the deaf. 

Contents : 1. Basic hand postures. 
45 fr. — 2. Signs of the seasons, time, place, 
and things. 46 fr. — 3. Body and mind signs; 
and birds, insects, animals. 46 fr. — 4. 
Signs for qualities and miscellaneous words. 
45 fr. 

Appl. author: The Wellcome Film Unit. 

© Dennis Butler Fry; ljun52; JP2073. 

THE CHIVAREE. Pacific Coast Borax Co., 
1953. Produced by Flying A Pictures. 
2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. (Death Valley days 
series) 

Summary : A Bostonian who has married a 
local girl in a desert mining town refuses to 
invite the townspeople into his home on his 
wedding night thereby instigating a three-day 
chivaree which occupies the citizens and af- 
fords a needy old woman a chance to locate 
her claim. 

Credits: Producer, Dorrell McGowan; 
director, Stuart McGowan; screenplay, 
Ruth C. Woodman; film editor. Jack Wheeler. 
Cast: Tyler McDuff, Joyce Jamison, Harry 
Lauter. 

Appl. author: McCann Erickson, inc. 

© Borax Consolidated, ltd. (Pacific Coast 
Borax Co.); 7Jan53 (in notice: 1952); 
LP2294. 

CHRISTMAS TIME IN ELKHORN. March of 
Time, 1952. 28 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Claude Eames, editor of the 
Elkhorn newspaper, comments on prepara- 
tions for Christmas as he sees them in a 
typical town in southern Wisconsin. 

© Time, inc.; 17Dec52; MP3390. 

CHRYSLER NEW YORKER DE LUXE VS. 
LINCOLN CAPRI (Filmstrip) Chrysler 
Sales Division, 1953. Made by Ross Roy, 
inc. 92 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : Compares the features of the 
Chrysler New Yorker DeLuxe and the Lin- 
coln Capri. 

© Chrysler Corp.; 27Apr53; JP2071. 

CIRCUITS AND CYCLES (Filmstrip) Whirl- 
pool Corp. [ 1953] Made by Jam Handy Or- 
ganization. 58 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Servicing 
the automatic washer, ser. A, no. 1) 

Summary : A training film for men who 
service the Whirlpool automatic washer. 
© The Whirlpool Corp.; 17Jun53; JU7551. 

CIRCUS FUN (Filmstrip) Popular Science 
Pub. Co., 1952. Developed in cooperation 
with the World Book Encyclopedia. 45 fr., 
color, 35mm. 

Summary : Two primary school children 
learn how to use an encyclopedia following 
a visit to the circus. Ansco color. 



© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 10Oct52; 
JP1941. 

CITY BENEATH THE SEA. Universal Pic- 
tures Co., 1953. 87 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
A Universal-International picture. Based on 
Port Royal, the ghost city beneath the sea, by 
Harry E. Rieseberg. 

Summary : A melodrama. Two deep-sea 
divers, hired to locate in the Caribbean a 
sunken ship containing a fortune in gold 
bullion, uncover a conspiracy between an 
insurance investigator and the missing ship's 
captain. 

Credits : Producer, Albert J. Cohen; di- 
rector, Budd Boetticher; written by Jack 
Harvey, Ramon Romero; music director, 
Joseph Gershenson; film editor, Edward 
Curtiss. Technicolor. Cast : Robert Ryan, 
Mala Powers, Anthony Quinn, Suzan Ball, 
Hilo Hattie. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 2Jan53; 
LP2227. 

A CITY IS BORN: LEVITTOWN, PA. March 
of Time, 1953. 28 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Describes the completely pre- 
planned community of Levittown in Bucks 
County, Pa., which, when completed, will 
have 16,000 homes housing 70,000 people. 
Presents Bill and Alfred Levitt who discuss 
their philosophy of building and the problems 
encountered in planning the city. Includes a 
stop- motion photography sequence which 
shows the complete construction of a Levitt 
house from empty lot to finished dwelling. 

©Time, inc.; IlFeb53; MP3485. 

CLAIM JUMPIN' JENNIE. Pacific Coast 
Borax Co., 1953. Made by Flying A Pictures. 
2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. (Death Valley days) 

Summary : A hard-bitten woman prospector 
who has kept her daughter from early child- 
hood in a fashionable eastern boarding school, 
discloses her identity and is happily united 
with the girl. 

Credits : Producer, Dorrell McGowan; 
director, Stuart McGowan; screenplay, 
Ruth C. Woodman; music supervisor, Irving 
Friedman; film editor, Harvey Manger. Cast: 
Irene Barton, Wallace Ford, Harry Harvey. 

Appl. author: McCann-Erickson, inc. 

© Borax Consolidated, ltd. (Pacific Coast 
Borax Co.); 31Mar53; LP2691. 

CLEAN UP. Gillette Co., 1952. I reel, sd., 
b&w, 16mm. Television commercial. 
© The Gillette Co.; 10ct52; MP3167. 

CLEMENTINE. SEE Bachelor in Paris. 
LP2607. 

CLIMBING WITH SAFETY. Southwestern 
Bell Telephone Co., 1952. 25 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. With instructor's manual. 

Summary : Presents eight fundamentals of 
safe climbing and explains why these princi- 
ples are important to the safety of a work- 
man using climbing tools. Discusses the 
design, the maintenance, and the use of 
climbing equipment. 

Credits: Producer, C. H. Weiser. 

© Clarance H. Weiser; 29Dec52; MP3360. 

THE CLOCK RADIO STORY (Filmstrip) 
Zenith Radio Corp., 1953. Produced by 
Vogue Wright Studios. 98 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen. 

© Zenith Radio Corp.; 27Jan53; JP1902. 

THE CLOSE (Filmstrip) Brown & Bigelow, 
1953. Made by Wilding Picture Productions. 
70 fr., color, 35mm. Ansco color. 

Summary : A training film for Brown & 
Bigelow salesmen. 

© Brown & Bigelow; ljun53; JP2147. 

THE CLOWN. Metro-Goldwyn- Mayer. Re- 
leased by Loew's, 1952. 89 min., sd., b&w, 
35mm. Based on a story by Frances Marion. 

Summary : A tragi-comedy about a once- 
famous comedian who ekes out a meagre 
living from bit parts and squanders his 
earnings in drink and gambling until his 
idolized son inspires him to stage a comeback. 



Credits : Producer. William H. Wright; di- 
rector, Robert Z. Leonard; screenplay, 
Martin Rackin; adaptation, Leonard Pras- 
kins; music, David Rose; film editor. Gene 
Ruggiero. Cast: Red Skelton, Tim Consi- 
dine. Jane Greer. Loring Smith, Philip 
Ober. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 18Dec52; LP2298. 

COBS AND ROBBERS. Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer. Released by Loew's, 1953. 6 min.. 
sd.. color, 35mm. 

Summary : Barney Bear encounters a flock 
of hungry crows in his corn field. 

Credits : Producer, Fred Quimby; direc- 
tor, Dick Lundy; story. Jack Cosgriff, Heck 
Allen; animation, Michael Lah, Walter 
Clinton, Grant Simmons, Robert Bentley, Al 
Grandmain; music, Scott Bradley. Techni- 
color. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 19Feb53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2368. 

THE COCONUT'S EYE. LP2677. SEE Man 
against crime. May 6, 1953 

CODE TWO. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Re- 
leased by Loew's, 1953-. 69 min., sd., b&w, 
35mm. 

Summary : A story about the training of 
three rookies on the Los Angeles police 
force and their encounter with a gang of 
cattle rustlers. 

Credits : Producer, William Grady. Jr.; 
director. Fred M. Wilcox; written for the 
screen by Marcel Klauber; music director, 
Alberto Colombo; film editor, Fredrick Y. 
Smith. Cast: Ralph Meeker, Sally Forrest, 
Keenan Wynn, Robert Horton, James Craig. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 5Mar53; LP2485. 

COLD DECKED. Flying A Pictures. 1952. 
3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary: A Gene Autry western for tele- 
vision. 

Credits : Producer, Louis Gray; director, 
Wallace Fox; screenplay, Elizabeth Beecher; 
music, Walter Greene; music director, 
Carl Cotner; film editor. Jack Wheeler. 
Cast : Gene Autry, Pat Buttram, Alan Bridge. 
Stanley Andrews, the horse Champion. 

© Flying A Pictures, inc.; 21Dec52; 
LP2188. 

COLLEGE CAPERS. Jezebel Productions. 
Released by Lippert Pictures. 1953. 15 min.. 
sd., color, 35mm. A three-dimensional film. 
Ansco color. 

Summary : A slapstick comedy about the 
antics of a fraternity pledge who is forced 
by upper-classmen to stage a panty-raid in a 
sorority house. 

Credits : Producer and director, Elmo 
Williams; written by Samuel Roeca; music, 
Bert Shefter; film editor. Barton Hayes. 
Cast : Don McArt, Rusty Kaiser, Paul Ray- 
mond, Bob Nelson, Ken Alton. 

© Jezebel Productions, inc.; 29Apr53; 
LP2573. 

COLLEGE CIRCUS. RKO-Pathe, 1952. 
8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Screenliner) 

Summary : Shows how physical education 
courses at Florida State University are used 
in training students for participation in the 
annual circus. Includes scenes of acrobatic 
performers, high perch specialists, and 
clowns rehearsing for the circus. 

Credits : Producer, Burton Benjamin; 
director, Howard Winner; written by Earle 
Luby; narrator, Peter Roberts; music super- 
visor, Herman Fuchs; editor, Sidney Katz. 

© RKO Pathe, inc.; llNov52; MP3399. 

THE COLONIAL PRINTER. Colonial Wil- 
liamsburg, 1952. 25 min., sd., color, 16mm. 

Summary : A dramatization which follows 
a printer's apprentice through a day's work 
on the Virginia gazette, a newspaper printed 
in colonial Williamsburg. Explains how the 
old printing shop served also as public 
printer, post office, contractor for private 
printing orders, bookseller, and stationer. 
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of printing of the 18th century and empha- 
sizes the role of the colonial printers in the 
fight for independence. 

Credits : Producer, Arthur L. Smith; 
director, Ross Patton; written by Howard 
Turner; narrator, Williami Rogers; music 
score, Herman Price; film editor, James G. 
Schaadt. Kodachrome. 

© Colonial Williamsburg, inc.; 5Dec52; 
MP3323. 

COLUMN SOUTH. Universal Pictures Co., 
1953. 85 min., sd., color, 35mm. A Univer- 
sal-International picture. 

Summary : A western melodrama. While in 
command of a Union Army post in the Terri- 
tory of New Mexico an intolerant captain, 
whose sentiments lie with the Confederacy, 
clashes with a lieutenant over the method of 
dealing with the Navajo Indians. Time: 1861. 

Credits : Producer, Ted Richmond; direc- 
tor, Frederick de Cordova; story and screen- 
play, William Sackheim; music director, 
Joseph Gershenson; film editor, Milton Car- 
ruth. Technicolor. Cast : Audie Murphy, 
Joan Evans, Robert Sterling, Ray Collins, 
Ralph Moody. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 10Mar53; 
LP2431. 

COME BACK, LITTLE SHEBA. Wallis-Hazen, 
inc. Released by Paramount Pictures Corp., 
1953. 99 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on 
the play of the same title by William Inge. 

Summary : A garrulous, slovenly woman 
who lives in the past, and her frustrated 
alcoholic husband, who abandoned a medical 
career years before when he was forced to 
marry her, face a crisis in their life to- 
gether. 

Credits : Producer, Hal B. Wallis; direc- 
tor, Daniel Mann; screenplay, Ketti Frings; 
music, Franz Waxman; film editor, Warren 
Low. Cast: Shirley Booth, Burt Lancaster, 
Terry Moore, Richard Jaeckel, Philip Ober. 

© Wallis Hazen, inc.; lFeb53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2436. 

THE COMMA (Filmstrip) Young America 
Films, 1953. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 33 fr.; 
pt. 2, 37 fr.), color, 35mm. (The punctuation 
series, no. 1-2) Eastman color. 

Summary : Drawings are used to explain 
the uses of the comma. Includes exercises 
for class participation. 

© Young America Films, inc.; 10Apr53; 
JP2017-2018. 

COMMANDO CODY. Republic Pictures Corp., 
1953. 30 min. each, sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A melodrama about the outer- 
space adventures of Commando Cody, sky 
marshal of the universe. 

Credits : Associate producer, Franklin 
Adreon; director, Fred C. Brannon; written 
by Ronald Davidson; music, Stanley Wilson; 
film editors. Cliff Bell, Harold Minter. Cast : 
Judd Holdren, Aline Towne, William Schal- 
lert. 

© Republic Pictures Corp. 

1. Enemies of the universe. © 17Feb53; 
LP2616. 

2. Atomic peril. © 27Feb53; LP2617. 

COMPARING THE DE SOTO POWERMASTER 
WITH THE MERCURY (Filmstrip) De Soto 
Division, 1953. Produced by Ross Roy, inc. 
102 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen 
which compares the features of the De Soto 
and the Mercury. 

© Chrysler Corp., De Soto Division; 
6Mar53; JP1946. 

COMPARISON TELLS THE VALUE STORY: 
THE '53 PLYMOUTH CRANBROOK VERSUS 
THE FORD CUSTOM-LINE EIGHT (Film- 
strip) Plymouth Division, 1953. Produced 
by Ross Roy, inc. 94 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen 
which compares the features of the Plymouth 
and the Ford. 

©Chrysler Corp.; 4Mar53; JP1945. 



COMPLETE SERVICE BUILDS CUSTOMER 
LOYALTY (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp., 
1953. Produced by Ross Roy, inc. 93 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for dealers 
which emphasizes the importance of a serv- 
ice department. 

© Chrysler Corp.; 27Mar53; JP1949. 

COMPLETELY NEW. Chevrolet Motor Divi- 
sion [ 1953] Produced by Jam Handy Organ- 
ization. 75 ft., color, 35mm. 

Summary ; Presents the features of the 
1953 Chevrolet passenger car. Eastman 
color. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 16Feb53; MU5514. 

THE COMPLETELY NEW LINE OF GENUINE 
CHEVROLET ACCESSORIES FOR 1953 
(Filmstrip) Chevrolet Motor Division [ 1953] 
Made by Jam Handy Organization. 58 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 17Jun53; JU7533. 

CONCENTRATE YOUR FIRE: A COMPARI- 
SON OF THE CHRYSLER WINDSOR DELUXE 
AND THE BUICK SUPER (Filmstrip) 
Chrysler Sales Division, 1953. Made by 
Ross Roy, inc. 99 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : Compares the features of the 
1953 Chrysler Windsor Deluxe and the Buick 
Super. 

© Chrysler Corp.; 29May53; JP2108. 

THE CONDEMNED MAN. Lone Ranger, inc., 
1952. Produced by Jack Chertok Produc- 
tions. 26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by 
George W. Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; director, 
Paul Landres; based on a radio play by 
Ralph GoU; teleplay, Curtis Kenyon; film 
editor, Ben Marmon. Cast : John Hart, Jay 
Silverheels, Don Beddoe. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; llDec52; 
LP2420. 

CONFIDENTIALLY CONNIE. Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer. Released by Loew's, 1953. 71 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a story by Max 
Shulman and Herman Wouk. 

Summary : A comedy about a wealthy Texas 
rancher who causes a furore in a Maine town 
when he tries to convince his son to leave 
his position as a college professor and to 
return to Texas. 

Credits : Producer, Stephen Ames; direc- 
tor, Edward Buzzell; screenplay. Max Shul- 
man; music, David Rose; film editor, Fred- 
rick Y. Smith. Cast : Van Johnson, Janet 
Leigh, Louis Calhern, Walter Slezak, Gene 
Lockhart. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 15Jan53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2295. 

THE CONGRESS. SEE Government in action. 
JP1968. 

CONSPIRACY IN KYOTO. Audio-Visual 
Center, Indiana University, 1953. 13 min., 
sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 

Summary : Reproductions of the Ban- 
Dainagon, painted by Mitsunaga in 1175, and 
other Japanese narrative scrolls of the 12th, 
13th, and 14th centuries are used to tell the 
story of the vindication of an innocent man, 
unjustly accused of burning the Imperial 
Gate, and the search for the culprit respon- 
sible for the crime. Narration is derived 
from authentic literary sources. 

Credits : Director, and editor, Harris C. 
Moore; story and research, Theodore Bowie; 
narrator, Richard Moody; music, Bernard 
Heiden. 

© Indiana University; lApr53; MP3654. 

CONTROLLED EXPOSURE. SETS A-N 
(Filmstrip) Educational Developmental 
Laboratories, 1953. 14 rolls, b&w, 35mm. 



Summary : Prepared to be used in a tach- 
istoscopic training program. 

Credits : Authors, Stanford Earl Taylor, 
Helen Frackenpohl. 

© Educational Developmental Laboratories; 
26Jan53; sets A-E, JP1827-1831; sets F-J 
JP1837-1841; sets K-N, JP1832-1835. 

CONTROLLED EXPOSURE. SET T (Film- 
strip) Educational Developmental Labora- 
tories, 1953. 1 roll, b&w, 35mm. Prepared 
for use in developing memory and speed in 
recognition. 

Credits : Authors, Kathryn Bell, Ruth 
Batchelor. 

© Educational Developmental Laboratories; 
19Jun53; JP2122. 

CONTROLLED READING. UNIT lA (Film- 
strip) Educational Developmental Laborato- 
ries. 1953. 1 roll, b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : Prepared to be used in a reme- 
dial reading program. 

Credits : Authors, Stanford Earl Taylor, 
Helen Frackenpohl. 

© Educational Developmental Laboratories; 
26Jan53; JP1836. 

CONVICT AT LARGE. Range Rider Produc- 
tions, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Range Rider western for 
television. 

Credits : Producer, Hugh McCollum; 
director, William Berke; screenplay, 
M. Coates Webster; music score, Walter 
Greene; music supervisor, Irving Friedman; 
film editor. Jack Wheeler. Cast : Jack 
Mahoney, Dick Jones, Margaret Field. 

© Range Rider Productions; 21May53; 
LP2611. 

COOKING SERIES (Filmstrip) Centron Corp. 
Released by Young America Films, 1953. 
8 filmstrips, b&w (pt. 8 in color), 35mm. 
Eastman color. 

Contents : 1. Understanding cooking terms. 
52 fr. — 2. Buying food wisely. 42 fr.— 3. 
Safety in the kitchen. 47 fr. — 4. Organizing 
and preparing meals. 42 fr. — 5. Planning 
meals for nutrition. 37 fr. — 6. Storing foods. 
51 fr. — 7. Measuring accurately. 38 fr. — 8. 
Serving meals attractively. 43 fr. 

Credits : Author, Margaret Carlile Travis; 
technical supervisor, Edna A. Hill. 

© Centron Corp., inc.; 23Mar53; JP1960. 

COUNT THE HOURS. RKO Radio Pictures, 
1953. 74 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A melodrama. Convicted of 
the murder of a rancher and his wife on 
circumstantial evidence, an itinerant fruit- 
picker is saved from execution when his 
lawyer helps to apprehend the real killer. 

Credits : Producer, Benedict Bogeaus; 
director, Don Siegel; story, Doane R. Hoag; 
screenplay, Doane R. Hoag, Karen DeWolf; 
music score, Louis Forbes; musical asso- 
ciate, Howard Jackson; film editor, James 
Leicester. Cast : Teresa Wright, Macdonald 
Carey, Dolores Moran, Adele Mara, Edgar 
Barrier. 

© RKO Radio Pictures, inc.; 26Mar53; 
LP2662. 

THE COUNTESS BOBO STORY. LP2670. SEE 
I'm the law, no. 20. 

A COUNTRY GIRL IN PARIS. March of Time, 
1952. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Ballets de 
France, no. 3) 

Summary : A ballet which depicts the ex- 
periences of a country girl during a trip to 
Paris. 

Credits : Producer and director, J. A. 
Benoit-Levy; music, Jean Wiener; music 
director, Richard Blareau. Cast : Janine 
Charrat, Milorad Miskovitch, Serge Per- 
rault. 

© Time, inc.; 9Sep52; MP3101. 

COW COUNTRY. Allied Artists Productions. 
Released by Monogram Pictures Corp., 1953. 
82 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on Shadow 
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COW COUNTRY. Cont'd. 

Summary : A western. A businessman 
uncovers a plot to gain control of Texas 
cattle ranches during a depression. 

Credits : Producer, Scott R. Dunlap; 
director, Lesley Selander; screenplay, Adele 
Buffington; music, Edward J. Kay; film 
editor, John C. Fuller. Cast : Edmond 
O'Brien, Helen Westcott, Robert Lowry, 
Robert Barrat, Barton MacLane. 

© Monogram Pictures Corp.; 23Mar53- 
LP2438. 

CRAIG KENNEDY. SEE 
Dead right. LP2249. 
File 1313. LP2220. 
I hate money. LP2394. 
The Indian giver. LP2202. 
The kid brother. LP2395. 
Murder on a million. LP2397. 
The mystery bullet. LP2332. 
1616 Hidden Lane Road. LP2393. 
Tall, dark and dead. LP2331. 
The trap. LP2396. 
The vanisher. LP2221. 

CRAIG KENNEDY TELEVISION SERIES. 
Motion pictures in this series, © Adrian 
Weiss Productions, are entered separately 
under their respective titles. 

CRASH OF SILENCE. SEE The story of 
Mandy. LP2326. 

CREATURES OF THE UNDERWORLD. 
Scherzinger Movie Sales, 1952. 21 min., 
si., color, 16mm. 

Summary : Describes the division of labor 
in a termite colony, and shows various types 
of structural damage caused by termites. 

Credits : Photographer, B. C. Scherzinger. 
Ansco color. 

© B. C. Scherzinger, d.b.a. Scherzinger 
.^ Movie Sales; 280ct52; MPS 133. 

CRUSADE IN EUROPE. Time, 1949. 
26 motion pictures (25 min. each) sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Contents: 1. Prelude to war. — 2. Amer- 
ica's unpreparedness. — 3. America goes to 
war. — 4. Platform for invasion. — 5. Africa, 
our first offensive. — 6. The campaign. — 7. 
Rommel routed. — 8. Sicily, Operation Husky. 
— 9. Assault on Italy. — 10. Rise and fall of 
a dictator. — 11. The GI, hero of the war. — 
12. Victory in Italy. — 13. Preparation for 
invasion. — 14. D-Day, Aug. 4. — 15. Beach- 
head and breakthrough.— 16. Liberation of 
Paris. — 17. Pursuit. — 18. The battle of 
supply. — 19. The air war.— 20. The Battle 
of the Bulge.— 21. Crossing the Rhine.— 22. 
Overrunning Germany. — 23. Victory's after- 
math. — 24. American military government. — 
25. Russia. — 26. Review. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 5May 
5May49; MP3429. 

THE CRUSADES AND EARLY TRADE ROUTES 
(Filmstrip) Jam Hand Organization, 1953. 
17 fr., color, 35mm. (Ageof discovery and ex- 
ploration, no. 1) Ansco color. Captioned maps. 

© The Jam Handy Organization, inc; 
16Mar53; JP1961. 

CRY OF THE HUNTED. Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer. Released by Loew's, 1953. 79 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A prison security officer tracks 
an escaped convict who has refused to dis- 
close the identity of his accomplices from 
Los Angeles to a Louisiana bayou. 

Credits : Producer, William Grady, Jr.; 
director, Joseph H. Lewis; screenplay. Jack 
Leonard; story, Jack Leonard, Marion Wolfe; 
music director, Joel Freeman; film editor, 
Conrad A. Nervig. Cast : Vittorio Gassman, 
Barry Sullivan, Polly Bergen, William Con- 
rad, Mary Zavian. 

©Loew's Incorporated; 3Mar53; LP2483. 

CYCLA-MATIC FRIGIDAIRE — 1953 MODELS 
(Filmstrip) Frigidaire Division [ 1953J Made 
by Jam Handy Organization. 77 fr., b&w, 
35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen 
which describes the features of the 1953 



models of the Cycla-matic Frigidaire. 

© Frigidaire Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 17Jun53; JU7540. 

CYNTHY'S DREAM DRESS. Pacific Coast 
Borax Co., 1953. Made by Flying A Pictures. 
2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. (Death Valley days' 
series) 

Summary : A melodrama. After being 
robbed of a large sum of money, an em- 
bittered prospector denies his wife a purple 
silk dress which has become a symbol of 
beauty in her life. 

Credits : Producer, Dorrell McGowan; 
director, Stuart McGowan; screenplay, Ruth 
C. Woodman; film editor, Walter Hannemann. 
Cast : Virginia Lee, Brad Johnson, Helen 
Brown. 

Appl. author: McCann-Erickson, inc. 

© Borax Consolidated, ltd. (Pacific Coast 
Borax Co.); 3Mar53; LP2538. 



DAIRY BARNS, U. S. A. Great Lakes Steel 
Corp., Stran-Steel Division, 1953. Produced 
by Wilding Picture Productions. 13 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Presents to dairy farmers the 
advantages of Quonset buildings and shows 
various sizes and types of installations in 
use, 

©Great Lakes Steel Corp., Stran-Steel 
Division; 15Jan53; LP2342. 

DANCE MADNESS. March of Time, 1952. 
15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Ballets de France, 
no. 8) 

Summary : A ballerina, practicing in her 
studio, is interrupted by a dance-mad young 
man. 

Credits : Producer and director, J. A. 
Benoit-Levy; music, Ivan Kogan-Semenoff; 
music director, Richard Blareau. Cast : 
Claude Bessy, Jean Guslis, Astier. 

© Time, inc.; 9Sep52; MP3103. 

DANGER TRAIL. Castle Films, 1951. 
1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A western. Hopalong Cassidy 
risks his life to save the son of a bandit who 
has befriended him. 

© United World Films, inc.; 15Jan51; 
LP2312. 

DANGEROUS VENTURE. William Boyd Pro- 
ductions, 1947. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Based on characters created by Clarence E. 
Mulford. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
Hopalong Cassidy. 

Credits: Producer, Lewis J. Rachmil; 
director, George Archainbaud; music, David 
Chudnow; film editor, Fred W. Berger. Cast : 
William Boyd, Andy Clyde, Rand Brooks. 

© Hopalong Cassidy Productions, inc.; 
lJan47; LP2384. 

DANGEROUS WHEN WET. Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer. Released by Loew's, 1953. 95 min., 
sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. 

Summary : A comedy. A beautiful Arkansas 
girl falls in love with a wealthy Frenchman 
after a vitamin salesman takes her to France 
to attempt swimming the English Channel as 
a promotional stunt. 

Credits : Producer, George Wells; direc- 
tor, Charles Walters; written by Dorothy 
Kingsley; Tom and Jerry cartoon sequence by 
Fred Quimby, William Hanna, Joseph Bar- 
be ra; music director, Georgie StoU; film 
editor, John McSweeney, Jr. Cast: Esther 
Williams, Fernando Lamas, Jack Carson, 
Charlotte Greenwood, Denise Darcel. 

© Loew's Incorporated; llMay53; LP2601. 

DARK DAZE (Filmstrip) National Associa- 
tion of Automotive Mutual Insurance Com- 
panies, 1953. Produced by Vogue Wright 
Studios. 64 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Commercial 
driver trainer series, no. 9) 
Summary : A training film. 
© National Association of Automotive 



Mutual Insurance Companies: 10Mar53- 
JP1901. 

DARK STRANGER. LP2697. SEE Private 
secretary, no. 16. 

A DAY AT THE TURNER'S (Filmstrip) Frig 
idaire Division [ 1953] Made by Jam Handy 
Organization. 67 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen. 

© Frigidaire Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 18May53; JU7506. 

A DAY IN THE COUNTRY. Lippert Pictures, 
1953. 13 min., sd., color. 35mm. Ansco 
color. A three-dimensional film. 

Summary : The experiences of a family 
group during a day in the country. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Rieger; narration, 
Joe Besser; music, Bert Shefter. 

© Jack Rieger; 22Apr53; LP2523. 

THE DAY IS HERE (Filmstrip) Dearborn 
Motors Corp. [1953] Produced by Jam Handy 
Organization. 85 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen of 
used equipment. 

© Dearborn Motors Corp.; 3Apr53 (in notice: 
1952); JU7399. 

THE DAY IS OURS. SEE The story of Mandy. 
LP2326. 

THE DAY THEY KIDNAPPED SANTA CLAUS. 
LP2223. SEE Man against crime. Dec. 24, 
1952. 

A DAY WITH THE LITTLE SISTERS. Little 
Sisters of the Poor [ 1953] 24 min., sd., 
color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 

Summary : A dramatized account of a visit 
of a potential candidate for the sisterhood 
to a typical home for the poor and aged 
where she observes the duties of the Little 
Sisters of the Poor. 

Appl. author: Alban J. Norris. 

© Little Sisters of the Poor; 20May53; 
MU5558. 

DEAD RIGHT. Adrian Weiss Productions, 
1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on 
the Craig Kennedy stories created by Arthur 
B. Reeve. 

Summary : A television mystery about 
Craig Kennedy, criminologist. 

Credits : Producer and director, Adrian 
Weiss; story, Ande Lamb; film editor, 
Michael Luciano. Cast : Donald Woods, Sydney, 
Mason, Lewis Wilson. 

© Adrian Weiss Productions; 29Jan53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2249. 

DEADLY DRUMS. Universal Pictures Co., 
1953. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Variety 
view) A Universal-International picture. 

Summary : Dramatizes the search for two 
railroad freight cars loaded with an improp- 
erly compounded chemical mixture which 
was found to be highly explosive. 

Credits : Producer, Thomas Mead; directed 
and written by Arthur Cohen; narrator, Fred 
Maness; editor, Ed. Bartsch. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 8May53 (in 
notice: 1952); MP3551. 

THE DEARBORN FORAGE HARVESTER 
(Filmstrip) Dearborn Motors Corp. [1953] 
Made by Jam Handy Organization. 79 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen. 

© Dearborn Motors Corp.; 18May53; 
JU7513. 

THE DEARBORN HAY BALER (Filmstrip) 
Dearborn Motors Corp. [1953] Made by Jam 
Handy Organization. 63 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen. 

© Dearborn Motors Corp.; 18May53; 
JU7505. 

DEATH BELOW DECKS. LP2589. SEE Man 
against crime. Apr. 15, 1953. 

DEATH TAKES A PARTNER. LP2493. SEE 
Man against crime. Mar. 11, 1953. 



1953 



MOTION PICTURES AND FILMSTRIPS 



11 



THE DEATH VALLEY KID. Pacific Coast 
Borax Co., 1952. Produced by Flying A 
Pictures. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mtn. (Death 
Valley days series) 

Summary : After pursuing a young outlaw in 
the Death Valley region, a sheriff discovers 
that the boy is his brother. 

Credits : Producer, Dorrel McGowan; 
director, Stuart McGowan; screenplay, 
Ruth C. Woodman; music, Irving Friedman; 
film editor. Jack Wheeler. Cast : Richard 
Emory, Ann McCrae, Bruce Edwards. 

© Borax Consolidated, ltd. (Pacific Coast 
Borax Co.); 10Dec52; LP2446. 

DEEP ROOTS. Champion Paper and Fibre 
Co., 1953. Made by Wilding Picture Produc- 
tions. 42 fr., sd. , color, 16mm. Koda- 
chrome. 

Summary : Describes the development of 
processes for the utilization of pine in the 
paper industry and the effect of these de- 
velopments on the economy of parts of the 
South. 

Credits : Director, Edward M. Grabill; 
written by Samuel Beall; photography, Verne 
Blakeley; editor, William Mannerly. 

© Champion Paper and Fibre Co.; 15May53; 
LP2689. 

DEER LIVE WITH DANGER. Les Blacklock. 
Released by Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 
1952. 11 min., sd., color, 16mm. 

Summary : Explains that the life of the 
deer is endangered by wolves, hunters, and 
the threat of starvation. Shows how the 
destructive eating habits of the deer coupled 
with the protective game laws have brought 
about a situation in which the herds are too 
large for the food supply. Kodachrome. 

© Les Blacklock; 17Nov52; MP3348. 

DEFINITION OF TERMS. JP2115. SEE Rules 
of girls' basketball, 1952-1953, no. 2. 

DELAYED ACTION. Lone Ranger, inc., 1952. 
Produced by Jack Chertok Productions. 
26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George 
W. Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; director, 
John H. Morse; original teleplay, Curtis 
Kenyon; editor, Ben Marmon. Cast : John 
Hart, Jay Silverheels, James Griffith. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 6Nov52; LP2345. 

A DELIVERY TO REMEMBER (Filmstrip) 
Lincoln-Mercury Sales Council, 1953. Made 
by Wilding Picture Productions. 78 fr., b&w, 
35mm. (Lincoln-Mercury sales round-table, 
no. 15) 

© Lincoln-Mercury Division of Ford Motor 
Co. (in notice: Ford Motor Co.); 26Jan53; 
JP2056. 

THE DEMON CARAVAN. SEE Desert legion. 
LP2429. 

DEMONSTRATE, AND THEY'LL LIKE IT. 
Chrysler Corp., 1953. Produced by Ross 
Roy, inc. 108 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
Summary : A training film for salesmen. 
© Chrysler Corp.; 25Jan53; JP1875. 

THE DEPTHS OF SPACE. International 
Scr~3n Organization, 1953. 11 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm, (Astronomy films, no. 5) 

Summary : Astronomical photography by 
observatories of the United States is used in 
a study of galaxies. Shows clusters of 
galaxies up to 2 billion light-years distant 
and various patterns of galaxies. 

Credits : Arrangement, cinematography, 
and comment by Ruroy Sibley. 

© Mabel Sibley; 25Jun53; MP3637. 

DESERT LEGION. Universal Pictures Co., 
1953. 86 min., sd., color, 35mm. A Univer- 
sal-International picture. Based on the novel 
The demon caravan, by Georges Arthur 
Surdez. 



Summary : A swashbuckling melodrama 
about a Foreign Legionnaire who thwarts the 
plot of a notorious bandit to gain control of 
the peace-loving inhabitants of a mythical 
Utopian paradise in the mountains of Arabia. 

Credits : Producer, Ted Richmond; direc- 
tor, Joseph Pevney; screenplay, Irving Wal- 
lace, Lewis Meltzer; music, Frank Skinner; 
film editor, Frank Gross. Technicolor. 
Cast : Alan Ladd, Richard Conte, Arlene 
Dahl, Akim Tamiroff, Leon Askin. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 10Mar53; 
LP2429. 

THE DESERT RATS. Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp., 1953. 88 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A drama about the siege of 
Tobruk during World War II. Under the 
leadership of a young British captain, an 
inexperienced Australian division makes an 
eight-months' stand against Rommel's army 
in the North African desert. Filmed in 
California. 

Credits : Producer, Robert L. Jacks; 
director, Robert Wise; written by Richard 
Murphy; music, Leigh Harline; music direc- 
tor, Alfred Newman; film editor, Barbara 
McLean. Cast : Richard Burton, James 
Mason, Robert Newton, Robert Douglas, 
Torin Thatcher. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
6May53; LP2605. 

THE DESERT SONG. Warner Bros. Pictures, 
1953. 110 min., sd., color, 35mm. Tech- 
nicolor. Based on the operetta of the same 
title by Sigmund Romberg. 

Summary : A musical. A swashbuckling 
adventurer, while leading the oppressed Riff 
natives in their revolt against a power-seek- 
ing sheik, rescues the kidnapped daughter of 
the head of the French Foreign Legion and 
thwarts a plot to overthrow French rule in 
the Moroccan desert. Filmed in the desert 
near Yuma, Ariz. 

Credits : Producer, Rudi Fehr; director, 
Bruce Humberstone; screenplay, Roland 
Kibbee; music director, Ray Heindorf; music 
adapted by Max Steiner; film editor, William 
Ziegler. Cast: Kathryn Grayson, Gordon 
MacRae, Steve Cochran, Raymond Massey, 
Dick Wesson. 

© Warner Bros. Pictures, inc.; llMay53 
(in notice: 1952); LP2545. 

THE DESERTER. Lone Ranger, inc., 1953. 
Made by Jack Chertok Productions. 3 reels, 
sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George W. 
Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; direc- 
tor, John H. Morse; teleplay, Charles Larson; 
film editor, Frank Capacchione. Cast : John 
Hart, Jay Silverheels. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc.; employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 23Apr53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2695. 

DESIGN IN WOOD (Filmstrip) Popular 
Science Pub. Co., 1953. 55 fr., color, 35mm. 
(Woodworking) Ansco color. Developed in 
cooperation with McKnight & McKnight Pub. 
Co. 

Summary : Captioned drawings and photo- 
graphs. Describes the characteristics of a 
well-designed piece of furniture, and illus- 
trates the three steps in creating a design: 
problem analysis, sketching, and construc- 
tion drawings. For high school students. 

Credits: Prepared by Richard G. Wiggin. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 27Mar53; 
JP2135. 

DESIGN OF AMERICAN PUBLIC EDUCATION. 
McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1952. Produced by 
United Productions of America. 16 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. (Public education series) 
Correlated with the book Introduction to 
American public education, by Chris A. De 
Young. 

Summary : An animated cartoon which 
emphasizes one of the basic objectives of 



American public education today: the ad- 
vancement of an individualized educational 
system that produces students capable of 
assuming an adult role in society. 

Credits: Educational consultant, Howard T. 
Batchelder. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 290ct52; 
MP3224. 

DESIGN OF AMERICAN. PUBLIC EDUCATION 
(Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1952. 
Produced by United Productions of America. 
41 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Public education series) 
Based on the motion picture of the same 
title. Correlated with the book Introduction 
to American public education, by Chris A. 
De Young. 

Summary : Describes the effectiveness of 
the decentralized system of education in the 
United States with each state determining 
how its schools are organized and admin- 
istered. 

Credits : Educational consultant, Howard T. 
Batchelder. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 290ct52; 
JP1878. 

DE SOTO VERSUS PONTIAC FOR '53 (Film- 
strip) De Soto Division, 1953. Produced by 
Ross Roy, inc. 96 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen 
which compares the features of the De Soto 
and the Pontiac. 

© Chrysler Corp., De Soto Division; 
6Mar53; JP1947. 

DESPERADO AT LARGE. Lone Ranger, inc., 
1952. Produced by Jack Chertok Produc- 
tions. 26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Created 
by George W. Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; direc- 
tor, John H, Morse; based on a radio play by 
Fran Striker; teleplay, Charles Larson; 
editor, Frank Capacchione. Cast : John Hart, 
Jay Silverheels, Douglas Kennedy. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 20ct52; LP2256. 

DESPERATE TRAILS. Castle Films, 1951. 
1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A comedy western in which 
Johnny Mack Brown captures a gang of 
rustlers. 

© United World Films, inc.; 15Sep51; 
LP2310. 

DESTINATION GOBI. Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp., 1953. 89 min., sd., color, 
35mm. Based on a story by Edmund G. Love. 

Summary : A story about the adventures of 
seven United States Navy weathermen who 
set up an observation station 800 miles from 
sea in the Gobi Desert. Setting: Mongolia 
during World War 11. 

Credits : Producer, Stanley Rubin; direc- 
tor, Robert Wise; screenplay, Everett Free- 
man; music, Sol Kaplan; music director, 
Alfred Newman; film editor, Robert Fritch. 
Technicolor. Cast : Richard Widmark, Don 
Taylor, Casey Adams, Murvyn Vye, Darryl 
Hickman. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
4Mar53; LP2474. 

A DETAILED COMPARISON OF THE DIS- 
TINGUISHED NEW DE SOTO FIREDOME 
V8 WITH THE 1953 OLDSMOBILE "98" 
(Filmstrip) De Soto Division, 1953. Made 
by Ross Roy, inc. 92 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : Compares the features of the 
1953 De Soto and Oldsmobile. 

© Chrysler Corp., De Soto Division; 
12May53; JP2106. 

DEVELOPING SHORTHAND SPEED. SEE 
Teaching Gregg shorthand simplified: De- 
veloping shorthand speed. MP3219. 

THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHICK. United 
World Films, 1948. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
(Zoology series) 



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THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHICK. 

Cont'd. 

Summary : Microphotography, time-lapse 
photography, and animated drawings are 
used to show the embryonic development of 
a chick through the third day. Shows also 
the formation of allantois and limb buds, as 
well as the hatching and growth of the chick. 
For high school and college students. 

Credits : Written by Robert Youngson; 
consultant, F. L. Fitzpatrick; editor. Jack 
Davis. 

© United World Films, inc.; lMar48 (in 
notice: 1947); MP3457. 

DEVIL'S BOG. Lone Ranger, inc., 1953. 
Made by Jack Chertok Productions. 3 reels, 
sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George W. 
Trendle. 

Summary : A western for television fea- 
turing the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; direc- 
tor, John H. Morse; teleplay, Curtis Kenyon; 
based on a radio play by Fran Striker; editor, 
Frank Capacchione. Cast : John Hart, Jay 
Silverheels, Van Desautels. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 5Feb53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2499. 

DICK WHITTINGTON AND HIS CAT. SEE 
Stories from other lands. JP1969. 

DIGGING FOR GOLD— SELLING NON-BUY- 
ING ACCOUNTS (Filmstrip) National Bis- 
cuit Co., 1953. Produced by Wilding Pic- 
ture Productions. 60 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
Summary : A training film for salesmen. 
© National Biscuit Co.; 2Feb53; JP1895. 

DINKY IN THE ORPHAN EGG. Terrytoons. 
Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film 
Corp., 1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
(Terrytoon cartoon) 

Summary : The duck Dinky discovers an 
abandoned egg and hatches a baby bird. 

Credits : Producer, Paul Terry; director, 
Eddie Donnelly, story, Tom Morrison; music, 
Philip A. Scheib. 

© Terrytoons, inc.; 24Apr53; LP2654. 

DINNER PARTY. Screen Associates, 1953. 
3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A drama showing the failure 
of a predatory female to wreck the life of a 
brilliant architect who once had a predilec- 
tion for alcohol. 

Credits : Producer, Rudy E. Abel; direc- 
tor, Peter Godfrey; teleplay, Zoe Akins; 
editor, Bernard Matis. Cast: John Howard, 
Virginia Grey, Viola Keats. 

© Screen Associates, inc.; 5Feb53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2330. 

DISCOVERING HIDDEN TREASURES; THE 
STORY OF THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS 
(Filmstrip) National Council of Churches 
[1952] Produced by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. 40 fr., color, 35mm. 

Summary : The story of the ancient scrolls 
which were discovered in a cave in the 
wilderness of Judea on the western side of 
the Dead Sea in 1947. Reproduces portions of 
the minuscripts including extracts from the 
Book of Isaiah and the Habakkuk commen- 
tary. Ansco color. 

© The National Council of the Churches of 
Christ in the U. S. A.; 3Apr53 (in notice: 
1952); JU7397. 

DR. SPOCK. March of Time, 1952. 29 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on the book The 
pocket book of baby and child care by Ben- 
jamin Spock. 

Summary : Presents the theories and 
practice of Dr. Spock and his suggestions to 
parents for dealing with the problems, 
foibles, and characteristics ei children from 
infancy to the age of six. ^ 

© Time, inc.; 150ct52; MP3211. 

DR. WATSON CHOOSES WISELY, BETWEEN 
THE CHRYSLER NEW YORKER DELUXE 
AND THE BUICK ROADMASTER (Filmstrip) 



Chrysler Sales Division, 1953. Produced by 
Ross Roy, inc. 105 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen 
which compares the features of the Chrysler 
and the Buick. 

© Chrysler Corp.; 31Mar53; JP1950. 

THE DOG THAT CRIED WOLF. Universal 
Pictures Co., 1953. 6 min., sd., color, 
35mm. (Walter Lantz cartune) 

Summary : A sheep dog finally gets the 
better of Snagle Tooth, a wolf who has been 
terrorizing the area and shearing the sheep. 

Credits : Producer, Walter Lantz; anima- 
tion, Gil Turner, Cecil Surry, Robert Bent- 
ley; music, Clarence Wheeler. Technicolor. 

© Universal International; 10Mar53; 
MP3366. 

DOING HOMEWORK IN GREGG SHORTHAND 
SIMPLIFIED. McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1952. 
Produced by Documentary Film Productions. 
10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Gregg shorthand 
series, no. 5) Produced with the cooperation 
of Central Commercial High School, New 
York. Correlated with Gregg shorthand 
manual simplified, by Gregg, Leslie, and 
Zoubek. 

Summary : A teacher training film in which 
a student demonstrates correct and incor- 
rect procedures of doing shorthand home- 
work. Explains how to read word lists and 
connected material, how to copy the "Reading 
and writing practice," and how to read an 
outline. 

Credits : Educational director, Madeline 
S. Strony; narrator, Charles E. Zoubek; 
technical advisors, Louis A. Leslie, Charles 
E. Zoubek. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc. (in notice: 
Gregg Pub. Division, McGraw-Hill Book Co., 
inc.); 290ct52; MP3218. 

DOING HOMEWORK IN GREGG SHORTHAND 
SIMPLIFIED, FUNCTIONAL METHOD. Mc- 
Graw-Hill Book Co., 1952. Produced by 
Documentary Film Productions. 10 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. (Gregg shorthand series, 
no. 6) Produced with the cooperation of 
Central Commercial High School, New York. 
Correlated with Gregg shorthand manual sim- 
plified, functional method, by Leslie and Zou- 
bek. 

Summary : A teacher training film in which 
a student demonstrates correct and incor- 
rect methods of doing shorthand homework, 
indicates the correct procedure while the stu- 
dent is using the reading approach, presents 
an effective method for using the key, and 
demonstrates the proper writing procedure. 

Credits : Educational director, Madeline 
S. Strony; narrator, Charles E. Zoubek; 
technical advisors, Louis A. Leslie, Charles 
E. Zoubek. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc. (in notice: 
Gregg Pub. Division, McGraw-Hill Book 
Co., inc.); 290ct52; MP3217. 

DOLL HOUSE. LP2279. SEE Mr. and Mrs. 
North. No. 19. 

DON COLORADO. William Boyd Productions, 
1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on 
characters created by Clarence E. Mulford. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
Hopalong Cassidy. 

Credits : Production supervisor, Glenn 
Cook; director, Derwin Abbe; screenplay, 
Sherman L. Lowe; music, Raoul Kraushaar; 
film editor, Fred W. Berger. Cast : William 
Boyd, Edgar Buchanan, Nelson Leigh. 

© William Boyd Productions, inc.; lDec52; 
LP2387. 

DON CORNELL SINGS. Universal Pictures 
Co., 1953. 15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
A Universal-International picture. 

Summary : A musical short which features 
Don Cornell, June Christy, the Skylarks, and 
the Nita Bieber dancers. 

Credits: Producer and director. Will 
Cowan; film editor, Paul Weatherwax. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 2Jan53; 
LP2346. 



DON GIOVANNI (ARIAS) SEE Great moments 
from Don Giovanni. MP3284. 

DONALD DUCK CARTOON. Motion pictures 
in this series, © Walt Disney Productions, 
are entered separately under their respec- 
tive titles. 

DON'T DIE ON THIRD (Filmstrip) Lincoln- 
Mercury Sales Council, 1953. Made by 
Wilding Picture Productions. 97 fr., b&w, 
35mm. (Lincoln-Mercury sales round-table 
no. 14) 

© Lincoln-Mercury Division of Ford Motor 
Co. (in notice: Ford Motor Co.); 26Jan53; 
JP2052. 

DON'T GIVE UP THE SHEEP. Warner Bros. 
Cartoons, 1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
(Looney tune cartoon) 

Summary : An apparently stupid sheep dog 
outwits the crafty wolf that attempts to steal 
his flock. 

Credits : Director, Charles M. Jones; 
story, Michael Maltese; animation. Ken 
Harris, Ben Washam, Lloyd Vaughan; music 
director, Carl Stalling. Technicolor. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 12Jan53 (in notice: 
1951); MP3130. 

DON'T SHOOT. Sherer Sales Co. [1953] 
13 min., color, 16mm. 

Summary : Experienced hunters instruct 
a novice in the precautions which should be 
observed when tracking and shooting deer. 
Kodachrome. 

Appl. author: Osborn Sherer. 

©Sherer Sales Co., inc.; 23Jan53; MU5506. 

THE DOUBLE-BLADED KNIFE (Filmstrip) 
Dodge Division, 1953. Made by Ross Roy, 
inc. 100 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for Dodge sales- 
men. 

© Chrysler Corp.; 15Apr53; JP2070. 

A DOUBLE DIVIDEND FOR '53 (Filmstrip) 
Chevrolet Motor Division ( 1953] Made by 
Jam Handy Organization. 118 fr., b&w, 
35mm. 

Summary : Presents the features of the 
1953 Chevrolet car. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 17Jun53; JU7538. 

DOUBLE-TAKE (Filmstrip) Lincoln-Mer- 
cury Sales Council, 1953. Made by Wilding 
Picture Productions. 96 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
(Lincoln-Mercury sales round-table, no. 12) 
© Lincoln-Mercury Division of Ford Motor 
Co. (in notice: Ford Motor Co.); 26Jan53; 
JP2060. 

DOWN AMONG THE SHELTERING PALMS. 
Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1952. 
87 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. 

Summary : A comedy. An Army captain 
who is enforcing a non-fraternization rule 
between his soldiers and the native popula- 
tion falls in love with a missionary's 
daughter. Setting: A South Pacific island 
during World War II. 

Credits : Producer, Fred Kohlmar; direc- 
tor, Edmund Goulding; story, Edward Hope; 
screenplay, Claude Binyon, Albert Lewin, 
Bert Styler; music director, Lionel Newman; 
film editor, Louis Loeffler. Cast: William 
Lundigan, Jane Greer, Mitzi Gaynor, David 
Wayne, Gloria De Haven. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
27Jun52; LP2507. 

DRAGON'S BLOOD. LP2243. SEE Man 
against crime. Dec. 31, 1952. 

DRESSINGS AND BANDAGES USED IN FIRST 
AID (Filmstrip) Centron Corp. Released 
by Young America Films, 1952. 45 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. (First aid series) 

Summary : Shows the various types of 
bandages employed in first aid treatment 
and demonstrates the way to apply them. In- 
dicates the most suitable material for use 
as a compress or dressing. 



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13 



© Young America Films, inc.; 15Dec52; 
JP1773. 

DRY GULCH AT DEVIL'S ELBOW. Flying A 
Pictures, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary: A Gene Autry western for tele- 
vision. 

Credits : Producer, Louis Gray; director, 
George Archainbaud; screenplay, William 
Telaak; music, Walter Greene; music direc- 
tor, Carl Cotner; film editor, William Zieg- 
ler. Cast : Gene Autry, Pat Buttram, Clay 
Moore, the horse Channpion. 

© Flying A Picutres, inc.; 16Mar53; 
LP2406. 

DUCK AMUCK. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 
1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Merrie 
melodies cartoon) 

Summary : Daffy Duck encounters difficul- 
ties with scenery, music, and sound effects 
while acting in a motion picture. 

Credits : Director, Charles M. Jones; 
story, Michael Maltese; animation. Ken 
Harris, Ben Washam, Lloyd Vaughan; music 
director, Carl Stalling. Technicolor. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 2Mar53 (in notice: 
1951); MP3316. 

DUCO DUPONT (Filmstrip) E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours [1953] Made by Jam Handy Organ- 
ization. 41 fr., color, 35mm. Ansco color. 

Summary : The story of Duco lacquer. 

© E. 1. du Pont de Nemours & Co., inc.; 
17Jun53; JU7548. 

THE DURANGO KID. Lone Ranger, inc., 
1953. Made by Jack Chertok Productions. 
3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George 
W. Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; direc- 
tor, John H. Morse; teleplay, Curtis Kenyon; 
film editor, Harvey Manger. Cast : John 
Hart, Jay Silverheels. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 16Apr53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2684. 

DYING TO LIVE. LP2450. SEE Mr. and Mrs. 
North. No. 24. 



THE EASTERN FOREST INDIANS (Filmstrip) 
Popular Science Pub. Co., 1953. 30 fr., 
color, 35mm. (Our friends the American 
Indians) A Richard Nelson travel strip. 
Ansco color. 

Summary : Describes the homes, food, 
clothes, agricultural work, and recreation of 
Indians who lived in the eastern forests; 
emphasizes the Indians' love of warfare and 
shows them participating in a hunting expedi- 
tion. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 19Jun53; 
JP2141. 

AN EASY WAY TO VOLUME SALES (Film- 
strip) E. I. du Pont de Nemours [1953] 
Made by Jam Handy Organization. 68 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen of 
balanced Duco thinners. 

© E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., inc.; 
17Jun53; JU7545. 

ELECTRIC ARC WELDING AND HOW IT 
HELPS MAN. JP1844. SEE Arc welding, 
pt. 1. 

ELECTRICITY, OUR HOME SERVANT. SEE 
Electricity, the home servant. JP1935. 

ELECTRICITY, THE HOME SERVANT 
(Filmstrip) Tested Teaching Films Corp., 
1953. 55 fr., color, 35mm. 

Summary : Illustrates the extensive use of 
electricity in present-day homes; describes 



parallel and series wiring, and shows the 
path that electricity follows from generator 
to home. Ansco color. 

Appl. title: Electricity, our home servant. 

© Tested Teaching Film Corp.; 25Feb53; 
JP1935. 

EMMANUEL (Filmstrip) Concordia Pub. 
House, 1952. 42 fr., color. 35mm. 

Summary : A re-enactment of the story of 
Christ's birth. 

Credits : Author, Robert Isely. Ansco 
color. 

© Concordia Pub. House; 30Oct52; JP1790. 

EMPEROR WALTZ [AND] YOU AND YOU. 
Castle Films, 1951. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. 
(The music album) 

Summary : The Vienna Philharmonic 
Orchestra, conducted by Karl Boehm, plays 
selections from Strauss, with a ballet by 
members of the Salzburg Festival. 

© United World Films, inc.; 15Apr51; 
MP3285. 

THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES. United 
Productions of America. Released by 
Columbia Pictures Corp., 1953. 7 min., 
sd., color, 35mm. (Jolly frolics) Techni- 
color. Based on the story of the same title 
by Hans Christian Andersen. 

Summary : A vain and gullible emperor is 
duped by two tailors who prepare his royal 
robes from invisible cloth. 

Credits : Director, Ted Parmelee; story, 
Robinson MacLean; animation, Phil Monroe, 
Pat Matthews, Fred Grable; music, Benjamin 
Lees; voices, Hans Conried. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 20Apr53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2502. 

THE EMPLOYMENT INTERVIEW OF 
CHARLES G. KANE (Filmstrip) Armstrong 
Cork Co., 1952. 33 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A personnel officer interviews 
a prospective employee of the Armstrong 
Cork Company. 

©Armstrong Cork Co.; 6Nov52; JP1818. 

THE EMPTY STRONGBOX. Lone Ranger, 
inc., 1953. Produced by Jack Chertok Pro- 
ductions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Created 
by George W. Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; direc- 
tor, John H. Morse; based on a radio play 
by Betty Joyce; teleplay, Charles Larson; 
editor, Ben Marmon. Cast : John Hart, Jay 
Silverheels, James Todd. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 8Jan53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2451. 

THE END AND THE BEGINNING. SEE The 
beginning and the end. LP2302. 

END PUNCTUATION MARKS (Filmstrip) 
Young America Films, 1953. 35 fr., color, 
35mm. (The punctuation series, no. 4) East- 
man color. 

Summary : Drawings are used to explain 
the uses of the period, exclamation point, 
and question mark. Includes exercises for 
class participation. 

© Young America Films, inc.; 10Apr53; 
JP2020. 

ENGLISH AND DUTCH EXPLORATIONS 
(Filmstrip) Jam Handy Organization, 1953. 
15 fr., color, 35mm. (Age of discovery and 
exploration, no. 7) Ansco color. Captioned 
maps. 

© The Jam Handy Organization, inc.; 
16Mar53; JP1967. 

THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE: STORY OF ITS 
DEVELOPMENT. Coronet, 1952. 11 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Traces the development of the 
English language. Points out the contribution 
of Celtic, Roman, Nordic, and Saxon tribes, 
the changes attributed to the monks, William 



the Conqueror, Chaucer, and Shakespeare, 
and the continuing growth of the language af- 
ter the invention of the printing press. 

Credits : Educational collaborator. Robert 
C. Pooley. 

© John Smart; 19Dec52; MP3302. 

EPIC DRAMA. Twentieth Century-Fox Film 
Corp., 1953. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
(See it happen) 

Summary : Presents Movietone newsreel 
pictures showing the collapse of a steel 
bridge as ice masses formed at Niagara 
Falls in 1938. the 1951 floods that swept 
through areas in Kansas and Missouri, and 
the sinking of the Normandie, renamed the 
Lafayette, after a disastrous fire in New 
York's harbor. 

Credits : Producer, Edmund Reek; written 
by Dan Doherty; narrator, Joe King; music 
director. Jack Shaindlin; film editor, Louis 
Ashley. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
3Apr53; MP3638. 

ESQUIRE'S ANIMATED FILM COMMERCIAL. 
Emil Mogul Co. [1953] 17 sec, sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Summary : Three kittens are used to 
present a musical advertisement for Esquire 
boot polish. 

Appl. author: Myron Mahler. 

© Emil Mogul Co.. inc.; 13May53; MU5556. 

EVIL EYE FLEAGLE. Louis G. Cowan, inc., 
1952. 24 min., sd., b&w. 16mm. (Fearless 
Fosdick adventures, no. A- 11) Based on a 
comic strip character created by Al Capp 
[pseud, of Alfred Gerald Caplin] 

Summary : A puppet show which relates the 
adventures of detective Fearless Fosdick 
and a hypnotist who controls a wrestler with 
his evil eyes. 

Credits : Producer, Charles Guggenheim; 
director and marionettes, Mary Chase; 
script, Lewis Amster; puppeteers, Frank 
Sullivan, Silvia Meredith, Donald Sommers. 
Cast : Voices, John Griggs, Gilbert Mack, 
Jean Carson. 

Appl. title: Fearless Fosdick in Evil Eye 
Fleagle. 

© Louis G. Cowan, inc.; 31Aug52 (in notice: 
1951); LP2269. 

EXCLUSIVE. LP2576. SEE Man against 
crime. Feb. 11, 1953. 

EXCRETION (Filmstrip) Popular Science 
Pub. Co., 1953. 50 fr., color, 35mm. Ansco 
color. 

Summary : Captioned drawings and photo- 
graphs are used to explain the way in which 
such wastes as carbon dioxide, nitrogenous 
wastes, bile salts, water, and undigested 
nutrients are eliminated from the human 
body. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 15Apr53; 
JP2045. 

THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS. SEE 
Government in action. JP1968. 

EXPLAIN THE DIFFERENCES (Filmstrip) 
Chrysler Sales Division, 1953. Produced by 
Ross Roy, inc. 96 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : Compares features of the 
Chrysler New Yorker DeLuxe and the Cadil- 
lac Sixty-two. 

© Chrysler Corp.; 27Feb53; JP1897. 

EXPLORER. Gillette Co., 1951. 1 reel, sd., 
b&w, 16mm. Television commercial. 
©The Gillette Co.; 19May51; MP3168. 

EYE-APPEAL MEANS BUY -APPEAL (Film- 
strip) Chevrolet Motor Division [1953] 
Made by Jam Handy Organization. 2 film- 
strips (pt. 1,60 fr.;pt.2,61 fr.), b&w, 35mm. 
(Reconditioning the OK way, no. 11-12) 

Summary : A training film for men who 
refinish cars in the Chevrolet paint shops. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 17Jun53; JU7550. 



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Jan.-June 



THE EYES HAVE IT. LP2476. SEE Private 
secretary, no. 3. 

EYES OF THE JUNGLE. Arrow Productions. 
Released in the U. S. by Lippert Pictures, 
1953. 79 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Credits : Producer, Rudolph Flothow; 
director, Paul Landres; original screenplay, 
Barry Shipman, Sherman L. Lowe; film ed- 
itor, Dwight Caldwell. Cast : Jon Hall, Ray 
Montgomery, Victor Millan, Edgar Barrier, 
Frank Fenton. 

© Arrow Productions, inc.; 23Jun53; 
LP2661. 



FAIR WIND TO JAVA. Republic Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 92 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
Trucolor. Based on the novel of the same 
title by Garland Roark. 

Summary : An adventure melodrama about 
an American sea captain whose search for a 
cache of diamonds involves him in romance 
with a Javanese dancing girl, conflict with 
a notorious pirate leader, imprisonment, and 
danger from an erupting volcano and a tidal 
wave which destroys the island of Karakatau. 
Setting: Dutch East Indies in the latter part 
of the 19th century. 

Credits : Associate producer and director, 
Joseph Kane; screenplay, Richard Tregaskis; 
music, Victor Young; film editor, Richard L. 
Van Enger. Cast : Fred MacMurray, Vera 
Ralston, Robert Douglas, Victor McLaglen, 
John Russell. 

© Republic Pictures Corp.; 15Jan53; 
LP2619. 

THE FALL OF MAN (Filmstrip) Concordia 
Pub. House, 1952. 34 fr., color, 35mm. 

Summary : Captioned drawings are used to 
illustrate the story of Adam and Eve, their 
life in the Garden of Eden, and the punish- 
ment inflicted on them by God for tasting the 
forbidden fruit of the tree of knowledge of 
good and evil. Genesis 3. 

Credits : Author, Robert Isely. Ansco 
color. 

© Concordia Pub. House; 7Jul52; JP1819. 

FALLING STAR. LP2676. SEE I'm the law. 
no. 26. 

FALSE PARADISE. William Boyd Produc- 
tions, 1948. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based 
on characters created by Clarence E. Mul- 
ford. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
Hopalong Cassidy. 

Credits : Producer, Lewis J. Rachmil; 
director, George Archainbaud; music, Raoul 
Kraushaar; film editor, Fred W. Berger. 
Cast: William Boyd, Andy Clyde, Rand 
Brooks. 

©Hopalong Cassidy Productions, inc.; 
lJan48; LP2385. 

FAMILY AFFAIR. LP2575. SEE Man against 
crime. Mar. 25, 1953. 

A FAMILY OF CANADA (Filmstrip) Young 
America Films, 1953. Made by Key Produc- 
tions. 48 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Life in other 
countries series) 

Summary : A photographic view of life in 
Canada. Presents typical activities of the 
members of a family on their modern dairy 
farm in Manotick, near Ottawa. Includes 
scenes of the church and social life of the 
family, the Saturday night trip to town, and 
the one-room school which the children at- 
tend. 

© Key Productions, inc.; 15Apr53; JP1952. 

A FAMILY OF DENMARK (Filmstrip) Young 
America Films, 1953. Made by Key Pro- 
ductions. 48 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Life in other 
countries series) 

Summary : A photographic view of life in 
Denmark. Presents typical daily activities 
of the members of a family on their farm 
near Copenhagen and as members of local 



cooperatives. 
© Key Productions, inc.; 15Apr53; JP1953. 

A FAMILY OF GREECE (Filmstrip) Young 
America Films, 1953. Made by Key Pro- 
ductions. 48 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Life in other 
countries series) 

Summary : A photographic view of life in 
Greece which describes typical activities of 
the members of a family on their farm near 
Athens. Includes scenes showing the prep- 
arations for a religious festival at a Greek 
Orthodox church in a nearby town. 
© Key Productions, inc.; 15Apr53; JP1954. 

A FAMILY OF SWITZERLAND (Filmstrip) 
Young America Films, 1953. Made by Key 
Productions. 48 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Life in 
other countries series) 

Summary : A photographic view of life in 
Switzerland. Describes the activities of a 
family group on their farms near Bern. 
Explains how the members of the family 
share in the responsibility for household 
chores, farming, and care of the cows when 
pastured in the mountains during the sum- 
mer. Describes the holiday celebrations on 
the day the Swiss celebrate their indepen- 
dence. 

© Key Productions, inc.; 15Apr53; JP1956. 

A FAMILY OF THE NETHERLANDS (Film- 
strip) Young America Films, 1953. Made 
by Key Productions. 48 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
(Life in other countries series) 

Summary : A photographic view of life in 
the Netherlands. Shows typical daily activi- 
ties of a farm family living on land recently 
reclaimed from the Zuider Zee and explains 
how this area was drained and settled. 

© Key Productions, inc.; 15Apr53; JP1955. 

A FAMILY OF TURKEY (Filmstrip) Young 
America Films, 1953. Made by Key Pro- 
ductions. 48 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Life in other 
countries series) 

Summary : A photographic view of life in 
Turkey. Shows a typical day in the life of 
a farm family in a village near Ankara. 
Shows the members of the family at work in 
the wheat fields. Includes scenes of their 
recreational and religious activities. 
© Key Productions, inc.; 15Apr53; JP1957. 

FANGS OF THE ARCTIC. Allied Artists 
Productions. Released by Monogram Pic- 
tures Corp., 1953. 62 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
Based on a story by James Oliver Curwood. 

Summary : Two Canadian Mounties inves- 
tigate the murder of a trapper and apprehend 
a gang engaged in illegal traffic in beaver 
pelts. 

Credits : Producer, Lindsley Parsons; 
director. Rex Bailey; screenplay, William 
Raynor; music director, Edward J. Kay; film 
editor, Leonard W. Herman. Cast : Kirby 
Grant, Inga Borg, Robert Sherman, Warren 
Douglas, the dog Chinook. 

© Monogram Pictures Corp.; 18Jan53; 
LP2288. 

FANSTEEL, AN INDUSTRY THAT SERVES 
INDUSTRIES. Fansteel Metallurgical Corp. 
( 1953] Produced by Vernon J. Kraft Film 
Productions. 28 min., sd., color, 16mm. 

Summary : Depicts the metallurgical 
processes used in the production of the re- 
fractory metals tungsten, molybdenum, tan- 
talum, and columbium, and shows numerous 
types of electrical contacts. Describes the 
important uses of the refractory metals in 
the arts and industry. 

Credits: Author, Frances M. Kraft. 

© Fansteel Metallurgical Corp.; 13Feb53; 
MU5510. 

FARMYARD BABIES. Coronet, 1952. 
11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : First and second grade teachers 
use posters and models of farm buildings as 
an introduction to a study of farm life. Pic- 
tures of a farm in spring show a variety of 
young animals, and portray their character- 
istics, habits, and eventual usefulness to the 
farmer. 



Credits : Educational collaborator, A. M. 
Johnston. 
© John Smart; lDec52; MP3159. 

FAST COMPANY. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 
Released by Loew's, 1953. 67 min., sd., 
b&w, 35mm. Based on a story by Eustace 
Cockrell. 

Summary : A comedy- melodrama about the 
romance of a race horse owner and her 
scheming trainer who contrives to buy the 
horse at a fraction of its value. 

Credits : Producer, Henry Herman; direc- 
tor, John Sturges; screenplay, William 
Roberts; adaptation, Don Mankiewicz; music 
director, Alberto Colombo; film editor, 
Joseph Dervin. Cast : Howard Keel, Polly 
Bergen, Marjorie Main, Nina Foch, Robert 
Burton. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 7Apr53; LP2500. 

FATHER'S DAY OFF. Walt Disney Produc- 
tions. Released by RKO Radio Pictures, 

1952. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Goofy 
cartoon) Technicolor. 

Summary : An animated cartoon. Goofy 
takes over the job of housewife with disas- 
trous results. 

Credits : Director, Jack Kinney; story, 
Brice Mack, Dick Kinney; animation, John 
Sibley, Ed Aardal, Hugh Eraser, George 
Nicholas; music, Paul Smith. 

© Walt Disney Productions; 24Sep52; 
LP2555. 

FATHER'S WEEK END. Walt Disney Produc- 
tions. Released by RKO Radio Pictures, 

1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Goofy 
cartoon) Technicolor. 

Summary : An animated cartoon. Goofy's 
Sunday turns out to be anything but a day of 
rest. 

Credits : Director, Jack Kinney; story, 
Dick Kinney, Brice Mack; animation, Hugh 
Fraser, John Sibley, George Nicholas, Ed 
Aardal; music, Joseph S. Dubin. 

© Walt Disney Productions; 18Feb53; 
LP2553. 

FAVORITE BIBLE STORIES (Filmstrip) 
Standard Pub. Co., 1953. 20 fr., color, 
35mm. (Betty and Bob filmstrip series) 

Summary : At Sunday school two young 
children learn Bible stories about Jacob, 
Joseph, Miriam, Samuel, David, Josiah, 
Timothy, and Jesus. 

Credits : Illustrations, Cecile Lamb. 
Eastman color. 

© The Standard Pub. Co.; 15Jan53 (in 
notice: 1952); JP1814. 

FEAR AND DESIRE. Stanley Kubrick. Re- 
leased by Joseph Burstyn, inc., 1953. 
68 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A psychological war drama 
showing the fears and desires which beset 
four soldiers as they endeavor to escape 
from behind enemy lines. Filmed in the San 
Gabriel Mountains and on a river at Bakers - 
field, Calif. 

Credits : Associate producer, Martin 
Perveler; screenplay, Howard Sackler; music, 
Gerald Fried. Cast : Frank Silvera, Kenneth 
Harp, Paul Mazursky, Steve Coit, Virginia 
Leith. 

© Martin Perveler; 30Mar53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2595. 

FEARLESS FOSDICK IN BATULA. SEE 
Batula. LP2273. 

FEARLESS FOSDICK IN EVIL EYE FLEAGLE, 
SEE Evil Eye Fleagle. LP2269. 

FEARLESS FOSDICK IN FRANK N. STEIN. 
SEE Frank N. Stein. LP2266. 

FEARLESS FOSDICK IN LONELY HEARTS. 
SEE Lonely hearts. LP2264. 

FEARLESS FOSDICK IN MATCH HEAD. SEE 
Match Head. LP2265. 

FEARLESS FOSDICK IN MR. DITTO. SEE 
Mr. Ditto. LP2263. 



1953 



MOTION PICTURES AND FILMSTRIPS 



15 



FEARLESS FOSDICK IN SWENN GOLLY. 
SEE Swenn Golly. LP2261. 

FEARLESS FOSDICK IN THE FROG MAN. 
SEE The frog man. LP2272. 

FEARLESS FOSDICK IN THE HAUNTED 
HOUSE. SEE The haunted house. LP2267. 

FEARLESS FOSDICK IN THE ICE MAN. SEE 
The ice man. LP2270. 

FEARLESS FOSDICK IN THE ONION RING. 
SEE The onion ring. LP2262. 

FEARLESS FOSDICK IN THE SLEEP WALK- 
ER. SEE The sleep walker. LP2268. 

FEARLESS FOSDICK IN THE SUIT. SEE 
The suit. LP2271. 

FEAST AND FURIOUS. Paramount Pictures 
Corp., 1952. 6 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
(Noveltoon cartoon) 

Summary : A cat is the victim of his own 
pranks when he attempts to catch the gold- 
fish Finny. 

Credits : Director, I. Sparber; story, Larz 
Bourne; animation, Myron Waldman, Gordon 
Whittier; music, Winston Sharpies. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 26Dec52; 
MP3125. 

THE FEDERAL COURTS. SEE Government 
in action. JP1968. 

FEMME FATALE. LP2423. SEE Private 
secretary, no. 1. 

FERRY BOAT. LP2283. SEE Man against 
crime. Jan. 14, 1953. 

THE FEUD. William Boyd Productions, 1952. 
3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on charac- 
ters created by Clarence E. Mulford. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
Hopalong Cassidy. 

Credits : Production supervisor, Glenn 
Cook; director, Thomas Carr; screenplay, 
Sherman L. Lowe; music, Raoul Kraushaar; 
film editor, Fred W. Berger. Cast : William 
Boyd, Edhar Buchanan, Hugh Beaumont. 

© William Boyd Productions, inc.; 280ct52; 
LP2336. 

THE FIERY FURNACE. Isidore Klein [1953] 
11 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 

Summary: Animated drawings are used in 
depicting the Biblical story about Shadrach, 
Meshach, Abednego, and the fiery furnace. 

Credits : Production, drawings, and anima- 
tion by I. Klein. 

© Isidore Klein; 20Apr53; LU2989. 

FIESTA FOR SPORTS. Vitaphone Corp., 1953. 
10 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Sports parade) 
A Warner Bros, short subject. 

Summary : Presents scenes of Argentine 
sports which include swimming in the Del 
Norte pool in Buenos Aires, the annual 500- 
mile sailing race between Mar del Plata and 
Buenos Aires, fishing in the rapids of the 
Salto Grande, bowling, golf, baseball, bicy- 
cling, horse racing, and gymnastics. 

Credits : Director, Andre De La Varre; 
script, Charles L. Tedford; narrator. Art 
Gilmore; music, Howard Jackson; film 
editor. Rex Steele. Technicolor. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 30Jan53; MP3182. 

FIESTA FROLICS. Universal Pictures Co., 
1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Universal- 
International color parade) A Universal- 
International picture. Technicolor. 

Summary : A humorous commentary ac- 
companies a photographic tour of Mexico. 
Includes scenes of the Papaloapam and 
Tehuantepec Rivers, the floating gardens at 
Lake Xochimilco, the mountain at Orizaba, a 
typical market, a bull fight, and a fiesta. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 26Jun53; 
MP3624. 

15,000 CUSTOMERS CAN'T BE WRONG 
(Filmstrip) Coca-Cola Co., 1953. Made by 



Jam Handy Organization. 50 fr., b&w, 
35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen. 

© The Coca-Cola Co.; 13Mar53; JP2035. 

FIGHTING CANCER (Filmstrip) Popular 
Science Pub. Co., 1952. 47 fr., color, 
35mm. (Fighting disease) 

Summar y: Indicates that cancer is ab- 
normal, uncontrolled cell growth which ap- 
pears in animals, fish, and plants as well as 
in humans; describes the changes which oc- 
cur in cancerous cells; shows that isotopes. 
X-ray, radium, and surgery are used in 
cancer treatment; and discusses the research 
which is being conducted in an effort to dis- 
cover additional drugs or chemicals which 
can be used in the treatment of cancer. 
Ansco color. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 31Mar52; 
JP1888. 

FILE 1313. Adrian Weiss Productions, 1952. 
3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on the 
Craig Kennedy stories created by Arthur B. 
Reeve. 

Summary : A television mystery about 
Craig Kennedy, criminologist. 

Credits : Producer and director, Adrian 
Weiss; story, Ande Lamb; film editor, 
Michael Luciano. Cast: Donald Woods, 
Sydney Mason, Lewis Wilson. 

© Adrian Weiss Productions; 12Dec52; 
LP2220. 

THE FINAL STEP (Filmstrip) Lincoln- 
Mercury Sales Council, 1953. Made by 
Wilding Picture Productions. 108 fr., b&w, 
35mm. (Lincoln-Mercury sales round-table, 
no. 10) 

© Lincoln-Mercury Division of Ford 
Motor Co. (in notice: Ford Motor Co.); 
26Jan53; JP2055. 

FINISHING (Filmstrip) Popular Science Pub. 
Co., 1953. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 53 fr.; pt. 2, 
54 fr.), color, 35mm. (Woodworking) Ansco 
color. Developed in cooperation with Mc- 
Knight & McKnight Pub. Co. 

Summary : Captioned drawings and photo- 
graphs. Illustrates the steps in finishing 
a walnut panel, in applying a satin finish on 
birch and oak panels, and in enameling a 
wood surface. Shows the application of a 
flock finish to wood, metal, and cloth, and 
explains characteristics of color that should 
be considered in painting and decorating. 
For high school students. 

Credits : Prepared by George A. Soder- 
berg. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 27Mar53; 
JP2138-2139. 

FINS, FEATHERS, AND FUR. Sherer Sales 
Co. [1953] 13 min., color, 16mm. 

Summary : A family spends a week of their 
fall vacation in the Maine woods where they 
fish for trout and hunt for grouse, deer, and 
red squirrels. 

Credits : Author, Osborn Sherer. Koda- 
chrome. 

© Sherer Sales Co.; 9Mar53; MU5527. 

FIRST AID FOR BLEEDING AND SHOCK 
(Filmstrip) Centron Corp. Released by 
Young America Films, 1952. 43 fr., b&w, 
35mm. (First aid series) 

Summary : Explains that bleeding is treated 
with direct pressure, digital pressure, and 
tourniquets. Discusses the causes, symp- 
toms, and preventative treatment for shock. 

© Young America Films, inc.; 15Dec52; 
JP1776. 

FIRST AID FOR BONE, MUSCLE & JOINT 
INJURIES (Filmstrip) Centron Corp. Re- 
leased by Young America Films, 1952. 
54 fr., b&w, 35mm. (First aid series) 

Summary : Presents first aid treatment for 
fractures, sprains, dislocations, and strained 
muscles or tendons; explains how splints are 
used to immobilize the injured area. Demon- 
strates the method of transporting victims 
with a spine fracture or broken neck. 



© Young America Films, inc.; 15Dec52; 
JP1774. 

FIRST AID FOR INJURIES CAUSED BY HEAT 
AND COLD (Filmstrip) Centron Corp. Re- 
leased by Young America Films, 1952. 
39 fr., b&w, 35mm. (First aid series) 

Summary : Describes the symptoms of in- 
juries which result from overexposure to 
heat and cold. Shows first aid treatment for 
sunstroke, heat exhaustion, heat cramps, 
burns of varying degrees, and frostbite. 

© Young America Films, inc.; 15Dec52; 
JP1769. 

FIRST AID FOR WOUNDS (Filmstrip) Cen- 
tron Corp. Released by Young America 
Films, 1952. 42 fr., b&w, 35mm. (First aid 
series) 

Summary : Describes the various types of 
wounds — abrasions, incisions, lacerations, 
punctures — and shows the immediate treat- 
ment for them. Includes first aid instruc- 
tions for the treatment of powder burns, 
gunshot or deep-stab wounds in the abdomen, 
animal bites, poisonous snake bites, eye 
wounds, nosebleeds, and internal bleeding. 

© Young America Films, inc.; 15Dec52; 
JP1772. 

FIRST AID IN COMMON EMERGENCIES 
(Filmstrip) Centron Corp. Released by 
Young America Films, 1952. 42 fr., b&w, 
35mm. (First aid series) 

Summary: Shows first aid treatment for 
unconsciousness, blood and water blisters, 
insect bites, poison oak and poison ivy, ap- 
pendicitis symptoms, ingrowing toenails, and 
oral poisoning. Indicates the proper method 
for removing foreign material from the eye, 
nose, and stomach. 

©Young America Films, inc.; 15Dec52; 
JP1770. 

THE FIRST EASTER (Filmstrip) Concordia 
Pub. House, 1952. 34 fr., color, 35mm. 

Summary : A pictorial presentation of the 
Easter story. Matthew 28: 1-16; Mark 16: 
1-13; Luke 24: 1-12; John 20: 1-18. 

Credits : Author, Robert Isely. Ansco 
color. 

© Concordia Pub. House; 29Feb52; JP1793. 

THE FIRST LESSON. SEE Teaching Gregg 
shorthand simplified: The first lesson. 
MP3216. 

FIRST LESSON IN GREGG SHORTHAND 
SIMPLIFIED. SEE Teaching Gregg short- 
hand simplified: The first lesson. MP3216. 

THE 5,000 FINGERS OF DR. T. Stanley 
Kramer Co. Released by Columbia Pictures 
Corp., 1952. 89 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
Technicolor. 

Summary : A fantasy. The psychic rebellion 
of a ten-year-old boy who prefers baseball 
to piano lessons is reflected in a nightmare 
in which his music teacher is the villain. 

Credits : Producer, Stanley Kramer; 
director, Roy Rowland; story. Dr. Seuss; 
screenplay. Dr. Seuss, Alan Scott; music, 
Frederick Hollander; music director, Morris 
Stoloff; film editor, Al Clark. Cast : Peter 
Lind Hayes, Mary Healy, Hans Conried, 
Tommy Rettig, John Heasley. 

© Stanley Kramer Co., inc.; lDec52; 
LP2405. 

FLIPPER. THE SEAL: BACKGROUND FOR 
READING AND EXPRESSION. Coronet, 
1953. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A group of primary school 
children at the zoo watch the antics of the 
seal. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, A. M. 
Johnston. 

© John Smart; 19Jan53; MP3303. 

FLOP SECRET. SEE Little Roquefort in 
Flop secret. LP2404. 

FLYING ACTION. Castle Films, 1951. 
1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. 



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FLYING ACTION. Cont'd. 

Sum mar v: A review of a half-century of 
flying includes scenes of the Kittyhawk, the 
Jennies used in World War I, and modern 
jets and space ships. 

© United World Films, inc.; 15Nov51l 
MP3206. 

FLYING HORSESHOES. Paramount Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
(Grantland Rice sportlight) 

Summary : Shows horseshoe pitching at the 
Municipal Horseshoe Courts at Southgate, 
Calif., and explains the exacting rules of the 
game; includes a demonstration by Fernando 
Isais, world champion horseshoe pitcher. 

Credits : Producer. Jack Eaton; narrator. 
Ward Wilson; music director, Harry D. 
Glass. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 12Jun53; 
MP3614. 

FOOL'S GOLD. William Boyd Productions, 
1946. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on 
characters created by Clarence E. Mulford. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
Hopalong Cassidy. 

Credits : Producer, Lewis J. Rachmil; 
director, George Archainbaud; music, David 
Chudnow; film editor, Fred W. Berger. 
Cast : William Boyd, Andy Clyde, Rand 
Brooks. 

© Hopalong Cassidy Productions, inc.; 
Ijan46; LP2386. 

FOOTBALL PARADE OF THE YEAR 1950. 
Castle Films, 1950. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. 
(Sport parade) 

Summary : A review of the highlights of 
the 1950 football season, with shots of games 
played by Army, Navy, Princeton, Cornell, 
and others. 

© United World Films, inc.; IDecSO; 
MP3294. 

FOOTBALL PARADE OF THE YEAR 1951. 
Castle Films, 1951. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. 
(Sport parade) 

Summary : A review of the highlights of 
the 1951 college football season with shots 
of games played by Ohio State, Notre Dame, 
Northwestern, Tennessee, and others. 

© United World Films, inc.; IDecSl; 
MP3293. 

FOR GOD AND COUNTRY. Arthur J. Hines 
[1953] 39 min., sd., color, 16mm. 

Summary : Explains that American Indians, 
many of whom have served in the Armed 
Forces, are being denied civil liberties; 
emphasizes the lack of proper educational 
and medical facilities on reservations. 
Includes scenes of Indians from the Iowa 
tribe of Oklahoma performing ceremonial 
dances and singing native songs. 
© Arthur J. Hines; 25Mar53; MU5540. 

FOR TEACHERS ONLY, A BIT OF PHILOSO- 
FUN (Filmstrip) Young America Films, 
1953. 37 fr., b&w, 35mm. Includes photo- 
graphs from Constance Bannister's book 
entitled Senator, I'm glad you asked me that, 
and from her 1953 baby calendar. 

Summary : Captioned photographs of 
babies are used to depict the personalities 
and situations with which a teacher must 
cope. 

Credits : Captions by Margaret D. Saylor. 

© Young America Films, inc.; 2Apr53; 
JP1951. 

FOR WHOM THE BULLS TOIL. Walt Disney 
Productions. Released by RKO Radio Pic- 
tures, 1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
(Goofy cartoon) Technicolor. 

Summary : An animated cartoon. Goofy 
becomes a bullfighter much against his will. 

Credits : Director, Jack Kinney; story, 
Brice Mack, Dick Kinney; animation, John 
Sibley, Ed Aardal, George Nicholas, Dan Mac 
Manus; music, Joseph S. Dubin. 

© Walt Disney Productions; 28Jan53; 
LP2549. 

FORESTS AND PEOPLE. Michigan Dept. of 
Conservation, 1952. 30 min., sd., color. 



16mm. Kodachrome. 

Summary : Surveys public and privately 
owned timber resources in the state of 
Michigan and discusses problems arising 
in the utilization and conservation of these 
resources. Enumerates the natural and in- 
dustrial uses of forests with emphasis on 
conservation programs. Describes culti- 
vating, harvesting, and replanting of trees, 
and shows in detail the way in which a single 
tree grows. 

Credits : Scenario and editing, C. J. Tinker; 
photographer, Robert Harrington. 

© Michigan Dept. of Conservation; 27Dec52; 
MP3581. 

FORMOSA: BLUEPRINT FOR A FREE 
CHINA. March of Time, 1953. 28 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A report on progress made 
by the Chinese Nationalist government in 
implementing a program of economic and 
military recovery on the island of Formosa. 
Presents Governor Thomas E. Dewey of 
New York who comments on his recent trip 
to the island. 
© Time, inc.; 28Jan53; MP3486. 

FORMULA FOR TROUBLE. LP2253. SEE 
Mr. and Mrs. North. No. 15. 

FORT VENGEANCE. Allied Artists Produc- 
tions. Released by Monogram Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 75 min., sd., color, 35mm. 

Summary : A western. The Canadian 
Mounties have trouble with the Blackfoot 
and Sioux Indians after an Indian has been 
needlessly murdered. 

Credits : Producer, Walter Wanger; direc- 
tor, Lesley Selander; screenplay, Dan Ull- 
man; music, Paul Dunlap; film editor, Walter 
Hannemann. Cast: James Craig, Keith 
Larsen, Reginald Denny, Rita Moreno, Guy 
Kings ford. 

© Monogram Pictures Corp.; 4Mar53; 
LP2349. 

THE 49TH MAN. Columbia Pictures Corp., 
1953. 73 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A spy melodrama about a plot 
to smuggle parts of an atomic bomb into the 
United States and bomb San Francisco. 

Credits : Producer, Sam Katzman; director, 
Fred F. Sears; story, Ivan Tors; screenplay, 
Harry Essex; music director, Mischa Baka- 
leinikoff; film editor, William A. Lyon. Cast : 
Richard Denning, John Ireland, Robert C. 
Foulk. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 7Apr53; 
LP2482. 

FORWARD, MARCH HARE. Warner Bros. 
Cartoons, 1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
(Looney tune cartoon. Bugs Bunny special) 

Summary : When Bugs Bunny is mistakenly 
drafted into the Army he causes trouble for 
his sergeant. 

Credits : Director, Charles M. Jones; story, 
Michael Maltese; animation, Ben Washam, 
Lloyd Vaughan, Ken Harris; music director, 
Carl Stalling. Technicolor. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 16Feb53 (in notice: 
1952); MP3269. 

FOWL WEATHER. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 
1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Merrie 
melodies cartoon) Technicolor. 

Summary : Tweety, a baby bird, poses as 
a baby chick in order to enlist the aid of the 
barnyard chickens against Sylvester, the cat. 

Credits : Director, 1. Freleng; story, 
Warren Foster; animation. Ken Champin, 
Virgil Ross, Arthur Davis, Manuel Perez; 
music director, Carl Stalling. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 2May53; MP3475. 

FRAME FOR TWO. Lone Ranger, inc., 1952. 
Produced by Jack Chertok Productions. 
26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George 
W. Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; director, 
John H. Morse; teleplay, Joe Richardson; 
editor, Frank Capacchione. Cast : John Hart, 



Jay Silverheels, John Damler. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 230ct52; LP2307. 

FRANCIS COVERS THE BIG TOWN Univer- 
sal Pictures Co., 1952. 86 min.. sd., b&w, 
35mm. A Universal-International picture. 
Based on a character created by David Stern. 

Summary : A comedy about a young man 
who becomes an outstanding newspaper re- 
porter largely through the efforts of his 
friend Francis, the talking mule who re- 
ceives information from the police horses 
with whom he fraternizes. 

Credits : Producer, Leonard Goldstein; 
director. Arthur Lubin; written by Oscar 
Brodney; music director, Joseph Gershenson; 
film editor, Milton Carruth. Cast : Donald 
O'Connor, Yvette Dugay, Gene Lockhart. 
Nancy Guild, Larry Gates. 

© Universal Pictures Co.. inc.; 8May52- 
LP2556. 

FRANK N. STEIN. Louis G. Cowan, inc., 
1952. 24 min.. sd., b&w, 16mm. (Fearless 
Fosdick adventures, no. A-7) Based on a 
comic strip character created by Al Capp 
[pseud, of Alfred Gerald Caplinl 

Summary : A puppet show which relates 
the adventures of detective Fearless Fosdick 
and the monster which he creates in his 
scientific laboratory. 

Credits : Producer, Charles Guggenheim; 
director and marionettes. Mary Chase; 
script, Everett Crosby; puppeteers, Frank 
Sullivan, Silvia Meredith, Donald Sommers; 
film editor, Carl Tomlin. Cast: Voices, 
John Griggs, Gilbert Mack. Jean Carson. 

Appl. title: Fearless Fosdick in Frank N. 
Stein. 

© Louis G. Cowan, inc.; 27Jul52 (in notice: 
1951); LP2266. 

FREE RIDE. LP259I. SEE Man against 
crime. Apr. 8, 1953. 

THE FREEDOM WITH A FUTURE. Lincoln- 
Mercury Division. 1953. Made by Wilding 
Picture Productions. 23 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Summary : An animated cartoon which 
shows the advantages of a career in sales- 
manship. Includes a sketch of the history of 
the Lincoln- Mercury Division of the Ford 
Motor Co. 

© Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor 
Co.; 6Feb53; LP2542. 

FREEDOM'S FLAG (Filmstrip) Popular 
Science Pub. Co., 1953. 45 fr., color, 35mm. 
Ansco color. 

Summary : Depicts the historical events 
which contributed to the present design of 
the American flag. Shows the correct meth- 
ods of displaying the flag and the proper 
ways to honor it. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; I4May53; 
JP2104. 

FRENCH EXPLORATIONS (Filmstrip) Jam 
Handy Organization, 1953. 16 fr., color, 
35mm. {Age of discovery and exploration, 
no. 6) Ansco color. Captioned maps. 
© The Jam Handy Organization, inc.; 
16Mar53; JP1965. 

THE FRESH PAINTER. RKO Radio Pictures, 
1952. 16 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A slapstick comedy. While 
under a hypnotic spell, a young man decide, 
that he is the world's greatest painter and 
proceeds to decorate his sweetheart's 
apartment. 

Credits : Producer, George Bilson; direc- 
tor, Hal Yates; screenplay. Earl Baldwin; 
film editor, Edward W. Williams. Cast : 
Gil Lamb, Andy Clyde, Carol Hughes, Dick 
Wessel, Florence Lake. 

© RKO Radio Pictures, inc.; 16Dec52; 
LP2470. 

FRICTIONAL ELECTRICITY (Filmstrip) 
Young America Films, 1953. Produced by 



1953 



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Key Productions. 45 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
(Elementary science series. Set no. 3) 

Summary : Explains the basic facts about 
frictional electricity and the causes of 
thunder and lightning. Demonstrations are 
used to show chat unlike charges attract 
each other and like charges repel. 

© Key Productions, inc.; 3Feb53; JP1851. 

FRIGHTDAY THE 13TH. Paramount Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
(Casper cartoon) 

Summary : Casper the ghost and a black 
kitten run into trouble when they look for 
good luck objects on Friday, the thirteenth. 

Credits : Director, I. Sparber; story, Carl 
Meyer, Jack Mercer; animation, Myron 
Waldman, Larry Silverman; music, Winston 
Sharpies. Technicolor. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 13Feb53; 
LP2308. 

THE FRIGHTENED BRIDE. LP2361. SEE 
Mr. and Mrs. North. No. 22. 

THE FROG MAN. Louis G. Cowan, inc., 1952. 
24 min. sd., color, 16mm. (Fearless Fos- 
dick adventures, no. A-2) Based on a comic 
strip character created by Al Capp [pseud, 
of Alfred Gerald Caplinj 

Summary : A puppet show which relates 
the adventures of detective Fearlf ss Fos- 
dick and a pearl thief. Kodachrome. 

Appl. title: Fearless Fosdick in The frog 
man. 

© Louis G. Cowan, inc.; 3Aug52 (in notice: 
1951); LP2272. 

FROM THE SEA TO YOU. Sherer Sales Co. 
[1953] 13 min., color, 16mm. 

Summary : Describes how the men on Mac- 
Lean's modern fishing boats fish for scallops 
and quahogs; shows how the catch is frozen 
and packaged for sale; explains how the 
MacLean kitchens in Fairhaven, Mass., 
make clam and fish chowders. 

Credits : Director, Osborn Sherer; narra- 
tion, Christopher Schenkel. 

©Sherer Sales Co.; 9Mar53; MU5528. 

FULLER'S FOLLY. LP2211. SEE Man 
against crime. Nov. 26, 1952. 

FUNDAMENTAL FACTS OF INDUSTRIAL 
SAFETY. SEE A way to efficient produc- 
tion. JP1784. 

A FUNDAMENTAL OF WEIGHING (Filmstrip) 
Toledo Scale Co. [1953] Produced by Jam 
Handy Organization. 80 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : Traces the development of 
devices used in determining weight. Shows 
how scales are made and tested at the 
Toledo Scale Company. 

© Toledo Scale Co.; 3Apr53 (in notice: 
1952); JU7403. 

THE FUNDAMENTALS OF CARBURETION 
(Filmstrip) GMC Truck Division [ 1953) 
Made by Jam Handy Organization. 76 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film. 

© GMC Truck Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 18May53; JU7509. 



GENE AUTRY TELEVISION SERIES. Motion 
pictures in this series, © Flying A Pictures, 
inc., are entered separately under their 
respective titles. 

GENERAL RULES OF GIRLS' BASKETBALL. 
JP2114. SEE Rules of girls' basketball, 
1952-1953, no. 1. 

GENTLEMAN OF THE JUNGLE. SEE Tropic 
zone. LP2234. 

A GEOGRAPHY OF RETAILING. Woman's 
Day, inc., 1953. Produced by Wilding Pic- 
ture Productions. 20 min., sd., color, 
16mm. 



Summary : Shows that the magazine 
Woman's day, which is distributed by A&P 
stores, has increaseu effectiveness as an 
advertising medium as a result of the growth 
of suburban and neighborhood shopping 
centers. Kodachrome. 

© Woman's Day, inc.; 7Jan53; MP3245. 

THE GERM INVADERS (Filmstrip) Popular 
Science Pub. Co., 1952. 50 fr., color, 
35mm. (Fighting disease) 

Summary : Describes bacteria, protozoans, 
rickettsiae, fungi, viruses, and worms, and 
shows the common infections and diseases 
which result from contact with these micro- 
organisms. Ansco color. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 31Mar52; 
JP1884. 

GERMANY. March of Time, 1952. 29 min.. 
sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Shows the growth and develop- 
ment of the Federal Republic of West Ger- 
many; compares life in West Germany with 
that in Soviet-controlled East Germany. 

© Time, inc.; 80ct52; MP3214. 

GET A HORSE. Universal Pictures Co., 1952. 
9 nain., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Variety view) 
A Umversal-International picture. 

Summary : Shows a 1900 Columbia, a 1903 
Knox, and other early model automobiles in 
operation, with a commentary on frustrating 
traffic regulations of the early 1900's. 

Credits : Producer, Thomas Mead; director 
and writer, Arthur Cohen; narrator, Fred 
Maness; editor, Ed. Bartsch. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 2Feb52; 
MP3236. 

GET OUT OF TOWN. LP2200. SEE Man 
against crime. Nov. 19, 1952. 

THE GHOST OF CROSSBONE CANYON. 
William F. Broidy Productions, 1951. 
56 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Wild Bill Hickok, 
no. 8) 

Summary : A western. Wild Bill Hickok 
and his partner are forced to battle a gunman 
who has helped them collect taxes from a 
group of dishonest ranchers. 

Credits : Producer, Wesley Barry; direc- 
tor, Frank McDonald; screenplay, Maurice 
Tombragel; music director, Edward J. Kay; 
editor. Ace Herman. Cast : Guy Madison, 
Andy Devine, Gordon Jones. 

© William F. Broidy Productions, inc.; 
15Dec51 (in notice: 1952); LP2213. 

GHOST SHIP. Abtcon Pictures. Released in 
the U. S. by Lippert Pictures, 1953. 69 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Credits: Produced, directed, and written 
by Vernon Sewell; music score, Eric Spear; 
film editor, Francis Bieber. Cast : Hazel 
Court, Dermot Walsh, Hugh Burden, John 
Robinson, Joss Ambler. 
© Abtcon Pictures, inc.; 18Jun53; LP2660. 

GHOST TRAILS. William Boyd Productions, 
1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on 
characters created by Clarence E. Mulford. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
Hopalong Cassidy. 

Credits : Productions supervisor, Glenn 
Cook; director, Thomas Carr; screenplay, 
Harrison Jacobs; music, Raoul Kraushaar; 
film editor, Fred W. Berger. Cast : William 
Boyd, Edgar Buchanan, Frank Ferguson. 

© William Boyd Productions, inc.; 280ct52; 
LP2337. 

GIL LAMB COMEDY. Motion pictures in this 
series, © RKO Radio Pictures, inc., are 
entered separately under their respective 
titles. 

THE GIRL NEXT DOOR. Twentieth Century- 
Fox Film Corp., 1953. 92 min., sd., color, 
35mm. Based on a story by L. Bush-Fekete 
and Mary Helen Fay. 

Summary : A musical comedy. A musical 
comedy star, who purchases a home in a 
fashionable New York suburb, falls in love 
with her neighbor, a widower whose young 



son resents his father's romance. Includes 
animated sequences. 

Credits: Producer, Robert Sassier; direc- 
tor, Richard Sale; screenplay, Isobel Len- 
nart; music, Joseph Myron; music director, 
Lionel Newman; film editor, Robert Simp- 
son. Cast: Dan Dailey, June Haver, Dennis 
Day, Billy Gray, Cara Williams. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
13May53 (in notice: 1952); LP2606. 

THE GIRL WHO HAD EVERYTHING. Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew's, 1953. 
69 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a novel 
by Adela Rogers St. Johns. 

Summary : A melodrama about a wealthy 
crinunal lawyer's spoiled daughter who 
falls in love with the suave, ruthless head of 
a crime syndicate. 

Credits : Producer, Armand Deutsch; 
director, Richard Thorpe; written by Art 
Cohn; music, Andre Previn; film editor, 
Ben Lewis. Cast : Elizabeth Taylor. 
Fernando Lamas, William Powell, Gig Young. 
James Whitmore. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 27Feb53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2442. 

GIRLS IN THE NIGHT. Universal Pictures 
Co., 1953. 83 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A Uni- 
versal-International picture. 

Summary : A melodrama about juvenile de- 
linquency which portrays the frustrations 
and tragedies of an unhappy family living in 
New York's East Side. 

Credits : Producer. Albert J. Cohen; di- 
rector. Jack Arnold; story and screenplay, 
Ray Buffum; music director, Joseph Gershen- 
son; film editor, Paul Weatherwax. Cast: 
Joyce Holden, Glenda Farrell. Harvey Lem- 
beck. Glen Roberts, Patricia Hardy. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 8Jan53; 
LP2228. 

THE GIRLS OF PLEASURE ISLAND. Para- 
mount Pictures Corp., 1953. 95 min., sd., 
color, 35mm. Technicolor. Based on the 
novel Pleasure Island, by William Maier. 

Summary : A comedy about 1500 United 
States marines who are ordered to establish 
an air base on an isolated, idyllic South Sea 
island inhabited by a straight -laced English 
gentleman and his three beautiful daughters. 
Time: 1945. 

Credits: Producer, Paul Jones; directors, 
F. Hugh Herbert, Alvin Ganzer; written by 
F. Hugh Herbert; music, Lyn Murray; editor, 
Ellsworth Hoagland. Cast : Leo Genn, Don 
Taylor, Dorothy Bromiley, Audrey Dalton, 
Joan Elan. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; lApr53; 
LP2497. 

GLAMOUR ON WHEELS (Filmstrip) Chev- 
rolet Motor Division ( 1953] Made by Jam 
Handy Organization. 120 fr., color, 35mm. 
Ansco color. 

Summary : Describes the styling, colors, 
and models of the 1953 Chevrolet. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 17Jun53; JU7547. 

GLAMOUR QUEEN. Standard Oil Co., 1953. 
Made by Wilding Picture Productions. 
14 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 

Summary : Describes the transformation 
of an unimproved service station through 
the cooperative efforts of the Standard Oil 
Company and the local dealer. 

© Standard Oil Co. (Indiana); lMar53; 
LP2530. 

THE GLASS WALL. Columbia Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 78 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A kind-hearted burlesque 
dancer befriends a displaced person who 
has jumped ship when his entry to the United 
States is barred on a technicality. Filmed 
in New York. 

Credits : Producer, Ivan Tors; director. 
Maxwell Shane; screenplay, Ivan Tors, Max- 
well Shane; music, Leith Stevens; film edi- 
tor, Herbert L. Strock. Cast: Vittorio 
Gassman, Gloria Grahame, Ann Robinson, 



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THE GLASS WALL. Cont'd. 
Douglas Spencer, Robin Raymond. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 24Mar53- 
LP2433. 

THE GODLESS MEN. Lone Ranger, inc., 
1953. Produced by Jack Chertok Produc- 
tions. 26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Created 
by George W. Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; direc- 
tor, Paul Landres; teleplay, Tom Seller; 
editor, Byron Chudnow. Cast : John Hart, 
Jay Silverheels, Hugh Beaumont. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 29Jan53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2486. 

GOD'S GIFTS (Filmstrip) Standard Pub. Co., 
1953. 20 fr., color, 35mm. (Betty and Bob 
filmstrip series) 

Summary : Two young children learn to 
appreciate animals, nature, their home, 
and their family, and to thank God for His 
gifts to them. 

Credits : Illustrations, Cecile Lamb. 
Eastman color. 

© The Standard Pub. Co.; 15Jan53 (in 
notice: 1952); JP1812. 

GOLD MEDAL WINNER. Helms Bakeries 
[1953] 30 min., color. 

Summary : Presents scenes of the 1952 
Olympic games in Helsinki; includes running 
races, hurdle races, pole vaulting, broad 
jumping, high jumping, and women's races. 

Appl. author: Paul H. Helms, Sr. 

Appl. title: Helms Bread, choice of Olym- 
pic champions, gold medal winner. 

© Helms Olympic Bakeries; 5Feb53; 
MU5509. 



THE GOLDEN HERD. 
LP2377. 



SEE San Antone. 



THE GOLDEN RULE: A LESSON FOR BE- 
GINNERS. Coronet, 1953. 10 min., sd., 
b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Interprets the meaning of the 
Golden Rule in terms of the everyday activi- 
ties of elementary school children. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, A. M. 
Johnston. 

©John Smart; 17Mar53; MP3499. 

THE GOLDEN STATE. Blackhawk Films, 
1953. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Black- 
hawk railroad series) Adapted from the 
motion picture of the same title produced 
by the Chicago, Rock Island, and Pacific 
Railroad Co. 

Summary: Shows the Rock Island-Southern 
Pacific streamliner, the Golden State, on 
its run from Chicago to Los Angeles. De- 
scribes the special features and accommo- 
dations of the train, and includes historical 
information about its route. 

Credits: Narrator, Carter Reynolds; edi- 
tor, Gardner Soule. 

© Blackhawk Films, inc.; 25Jan53 (in 
notice: 1952); MP3260. 

THE GOLDEN TIDE. SEE A perilous 
journey. LP2527. 

GOLDTOWN GHOST RIDERS. Gene Autry 
Productions. Released by Columbia Pic- 
tures Corp., 1953. 57 min., sd., sepia, 
35mm. 

Summary : A western. A rancher, serving 
as judge, punishes the murderer of the cor- 
rupt political boss of a cattle town. 

Credits : Producer, Armand Schaefer; 
director, George Archainbaud; story and 
screenplay, Gerald Geraghty; music direc- 
tor, Mischa Bakaleinikoff; film editor, James 
Sweeney. Cast : Gene Autry, Smiley Bur- 
nette, Gail Davis, Kirk Riley, Carleton 
Young. 

© Gene Autry Productions; 14Apr53; 
LP2505. 



GOOD BUSINESS. Champion Paper and Fibre 
Co., 1953. Made by Wilding Picture Pro- 
ductions. 33 min., sd., color, 18mm. 
Kodachrome. 

Summary : A story about communities in- 
habited by people who work in Champion 
paper mills and in the pine forests which 
supply the mills with pulpwood. 

© Champion Paper and Fibre Co.; 15Apr53- 
LP2688. 

GOOD WRINKLES. SEE Sunny Sweet in Good 
wrinkles. MP3422. 

GOOFY CARTOON. Motion pictures in this 
series, © Walt Disney Productions, are 
entered separately under their respective 
titles. 

GOVERNMENT IN ACTION (Filmstrip) 
Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1953. 
8 filmstrips, color, 35mm. Eastman color. 
Cartoon drawings. 

Contents : The Congress. 57 fr. — The 
executive departments. 54 fr. — The federal 
courts. 55 fr. — Local government. 49 fr. — 
Municipal government. 52 fr. — The Presi- 
dent. 52 fr. — State government. 55 fr. — The 
United Nations. 53 fr. 

Credits : Associate producer, Oscar E. 
Sams, Jr.; collaborator, William Anderson. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
21Jan53; JP1968. 

GRANTLAND RICE SPORTLIGHT. Motion 
pictures in this series, © Paramount Pic- 
tures Corp., are entered separately under 
their respective titles. 

THE GREAT CHASE. Castle Films, 1949. 
1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Excerpts from the 
feature film production The bank dick. 

Summary : A W. C. Fields comedy about 
escaping bank bandits who are taken for a 
ride. 

© United World Films, inc.; 15Feb49; 
LP2318. 

GREAT MOMENTS FROM AIDA. Castle 
Films, 1952. 1 reel, sd.. b&w, 16mm. (The 
music album) 

Summary : Members of the Berlin Opera 
Company play Ritorna vincitor and Celeste 
Aida from Verdi's opera. 

Credits : Commentary, Robert Lawrence. 

Appl. title: Aida (arias) 

© United World Films, inc.; 15Feb52; 
MP3283. 

GREAT MOMENTS FROM BORIS GODUNOFF. 

Castle Films, 1952. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. 
(The music album) 

Summary : Members of the Berlin Opera 
Company play the Death scene aria and Song 
of Warlam from Moussorgsky's opera. 

Credits : Commentary, Robert Lawrence. 

Appl. title: Boris Godounoff (arias) 

© United World Films, inc.; 15Feb52; 
MP3282. 

GREAT MOMENTS FROM DON GIOVANNI. 
Castle Films, 1952. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. 
(The music album) 

Summary : Members of the Berlin Opera 
Company play II mio tesoro and Vedrai 
carino from Mozart's opera. 

Credits : Commentary, Robert Lawrence. 

Appl. title: Don Giovanni (arias) 

© United World Films, inc.; 15Jul52; 
MP3284. 

GREAT MOMENTS FROM IL TROVATORE. 
Castle Films, 1951. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. 
(The music album) 

Summary : Members of the Berlin Opera 
Company play De quella pira. Miserere, and 
La stanchezza from Verdi's opera. 

Credits: Commentary, Robert Lawrence. 

Appl. title: II trovatore (arias) 

© United World Films, inc.; 15Jul51; 
MP3281. 

GREAT MOMENTS FROM LA TRAVIATA. 
Castle Films, 1951. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. 



(The music album) 
Summary : Members of the Berlin Opera 

Company play three arias from Verdi's 

opera: De miei bollenti spiriti, Di provenza 

il mar. and Ah, fors' & lui. 
Appl. title: La traviata (arias) 
© United World Films, inc.; 15Jul51- 

MP3286. 

GREAT MOMENTS FROM TALES OF HOFF- 
MAN. Castle Films. 1951. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 
16mm. (The music album) 

Summary : Members of the Berlin Opera 
Company play Barcarolle, Scintille diamant. 
and Doux aveu from Offenbach's Tales of 
Hoffman. 
Appl. title: Tales of Hoffman (arias) 
© United World Films, inc.; 15Jul51; 
MP3288. 

A GREAT NEW STAR. Chevrolet Division. 
General Motors Corp. [1953] Produced by 
Jam Handy Organization. 2 reels, b&w, 
35mm. 

Summary : Dinah Shore introduces a film 
advertising the 1953 Chevrolet. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division of General 
Motors Corp.; 19Jan53j MU5502. 

THE GREAT SIOUX UPRISING. Universal 
Pictures Co., 1953. 80 min., sd., color, 
35mm. A Universal-International picture. 
Technicolor. 

Summary : A western. A former Union 
Army surgeon at Fort Laramie captures an 
unscrupulous horse trader whose activities 
as an agent for the Union Army incite the 
Sioux Indians to war. 

Credits: Producer, Albert J. Cohen; 
director, Lloyd Bacon; screenplay. Melvin 
Levy, J. Robert Bren, Gladys Atwater; musi< 
director, Joseph Gershenson; film editor. 
Edward Curtiss. Cast : Jeff Chandler. 
Faith Domergue. Lyle Bettger, John War 
Eagle, Stephen Chase. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 8May53; 
LP2557. 

THE GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY. LP22I0. SEE 
Man against crime. Nov. 12, 1952. 

THE GREATEST BUICKS IN 50 GREAT 
YEARS (Filmstrip) Buick Motor Division 
[1953] Produced by Jam Handy Organization. 
90 fr.. color, 35mm. 

Summary : Presents the features of the 
1953 Buicks. Ansco color. 

© Buick Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 3Apr53 (in notice: 1952); JU7400. 

THE GREATEST MERCURY YET (Filmstrip) 
Lincoln-Mercury Division, 1953. Made by 
Wilding Picture Productions. 59 fr.. color, 
35mm. 

Summary : Presents the features of the 
1953 Mercury. 

© Lincoln-Mercury Division of Ford 
Motor Co. (in notice: Ford Motor Co.); 
26Jan53; JP2054. 

THE GREEN PARADISE OF GOA: PORTU- 
GAL'S OUTPOST IN INDIA. March of Time. 
1953. 29 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A tour of the Portuguese 
province of Goa which shows the manganese 
mines, the one-launch navy, the token army, 
ceremonial dances, wandering entertainers, 
and the ruins of buildings constructed in the 
15th century. Explains that India has ex- 
erted pressure for the annexation of Goa. 
Presents Governor General Guedes discuss- 
ing the close ties of the Goan people with 
Portugal. 

© Time, inc.; 18Mar53; MP3568. 

GREGG DICTATION SIMPLIFIED. SEE 
Teaching Gregg shorthand simplified: De- 
veloping shorthand speed. MP3219. 

GREGG SHORTHAND MANUAL... SEE 
Doing homework in Gregg shorthand simpli- 
fied. MP3218. 
Doing homework in Gregg shorthand simpli- 
fied, functional method. MP3217. 



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19 



Teaching Gregg shorthand simplified: A 

typical lesson. MP3221. 
Teaching Gregg shorthand simplified: 

Teaching marginal reminders. MP3220. 
Teaching Gregg shorthand simplified: The 

first lesson. MP3216. 

GRIDIRON GOLIATHS. Twentieth Century- 
Fox Film Corp., 1953. 9 min., sd., b&w, 
35mm. (Mel Allen's sport show) 

Summary : Presents highlights from the 
1952 All-Star football classic between the 
Los Angeles Rams and the all-American 
college football players of the previous 
season. Includes scenes from earlier All- 
Star games which spotlight the skill of Tom- 
my Harmon, Charley O'Rourke, Jackie Robin- 
son, Buddy Young, Charley Trippi, Eddie 
LeBaron, and Charley Justice. 

Credits : Producer, Edmund Reek; direc- 
tor, Tom McMorrow; music director. Jack 
Shaindlin; film editor, John Hughes. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
10Apr53; MP3565. 

GROWING THINGS (Filmstrip) Margaret 
Bradfield Associates, 1953. Made by Jam 
Handy Organization. 7 filmstrips, color, 
35mm. Ansco color. 

Credits : Illustrators, Margaret Bradfield, 
Jean George. 

© Margaret Bradfield Associates. 

1. Plants grow. 26 fr. © 30Mar53 (in 
notice: 1950); JP2126. 

2. Trees grow. 25 fr. © 30Mar53 (in 
notice: 1950); JP2127. 

3. Butterflies grow. 25 fr. © 30Mar53; 
JP2128. 

4. Toads grow. 26 fr. © 30Mar53; JP2129. 

5. Birds grow. 26 fr. © 30Mar53; JP2130. 

6. Rabbits grow. 25 fr. © 30Mar53; 
JP2131. 

7. We grow. 27 fr. © 30Mar53; JP2 132. 

GROWING UP. TV-Radio Workshop, 1952. 
3 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. Third in a series 
of films depicting the life of Abraham Lin- 
coln. 

Summary : A dramatization of events in 
Lincoln's adolescent years in Indiana, show- 
ing his relationships with his teachers, his 
family, and his friends. 

Credits : Producer, Richard de Rochemont; 
director, Norman Lloyd; written by James 
Agee; film editor, Morris Roizman. 

Appl. title: Mr. Lincoln: Growing up. 

©TV-Radio Workshop; 14Dec52; LP2304. 

THE GROWTH IN OUR IDEA OF GOD (Film- 
strip) Christian Education Press, 1952. 
52 fr., color, 35mm. 

Summary : Traces the development of 
man's belief in God from early Biblical 
times to the resurrection of Christ. 

Credits : Script for adults, Oscar J. Rumpf; 
script for children, Dorothea A. Pflug; re- 
search consultant, Henry S. Gehman; art, 
Jacques Barosin. Ansco color. 

© The Christian Education Press; 15Nov52; 
JP1826. 

GUERRILLA GIRL. Liberty Bell Motion 
Pictures. Released by United Artists Corp., 
1953. 81 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A drama. A young girl who 
falls in love with a Greek Intelligence officer 
during the Nazi occupation attempts to break 
away from the group of revolutionaries who 
are responsible for the violence and civil 
strife in Greece after World War II. 

Credits : Producer, director, and film edi- 
tor, John Christian; screenplay, John Byrne, 
Ben Parker; music, Bernard Bossick. Cast : 
Helmut Dantine, Marianna, Irene Champlin, 
Ray Julian, Michael Vale. 

© Liberty Bell Motion Pictures, inc.; 
23Jan53; LP2428. 

GUNS ACROSS THE BORDER. William Boyd 
Productions, 1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Based on characters created by Clarence E. 
Mulford. 



Summary : A television western featuring 
Hopalong Cassidy. 

Credits : Production supervisor, Glenn 
Cook; director, Thomas Carr; screenplay, 
Harrison Jacobs; music, Raoul Kraushaar; 
film editor, Fred W. Berger. Cast : William 
Boyd, Edgar Buchanan, Myra Marsh. 

© William Boyd Productions; 19Sep52; 
LP2278. 

GUNSMOKE. Universal Pictures Co., 1953. 
79 min., sd., color, 35mm. A Universal- 
International picture. Formerly entitled 
Roughshod. Based on the novel Roughshod, 
by Norman A. Fox. 

Summary : A western melodrama. A gun- 
man, hired by an unscrupulous landowner to 
dispose of the owner of an independent ranch, 
wins the coveted property in a poker game 
and decides to fight to retain it. Setting: 
Montana. 

Credits : Producer, Aaron Rosenberg; 
director, Nathan Juran; screenplay, D. D. 
Beauchamp; music director, Joseph Ger- 
shenson; film editor, Ted J. Kent. Techni- 
color. Cast: Audie Murphy, Susan Cabot, 
Paul Kelly, Charles Drake, Mary Castle. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 2Jan53; 
LP2246. 

GYPSY WAGON. Flying A Pictures, 1953. 
3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Gene Autry western for tele- 
vision. 

Credits : Producer, Louis Gray; director, 
George Archainbaud; screenplay, Virginia M. 
Cooke; music, Walter Greene; music direc- 
tor, Carl Cotner; film editor, William Zieg- 
ler. Cast : Gene Autry, Pat Buttram, Gloria 
Talbot, the horse Champion. 

© Flying A Pictures, inc.; 20Feb53; 
LP2338. 



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HALF-DRESSED FOR DINNER. RKO Radio 
Pictures, 1952. 15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A slapstick comedy about the 
efforts of the penniless Newlyweds to enter- 
tain a rich uncle at an expensive night club. 

Credits : Producer, George Bilson; direc- 
tor, Duke Goldstone; screenplay. Earl Bald- 
win; film editor, Douglas Stewart. Cast : 
Robert Hutton, Elisabeth Fraser, Frank 
Nelson, Robert Jellison, Charles Smith. 

© RKO Radio Pictures, inc.; 20Dec52; 
LP2468. 

HANG OUT THE WELCOME SIGN (Filmstrip) 
Missouri Pacific Railroad Co. and Texas 
Pacific Railway Co., 1953. 116 fr., color, 
35mm. Ansco color. 

Summary : A training film for railroad 
personnel. 

Credits : Author, Frank Oliver Garrett. 

© Frank Oliver Garrett; 4Jun53; JP2101. 

HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN (Filmstrip) 
Samuel Goldwyn Productions. Released by 
Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1952. 
50 fr., color, 35mm. Adapted by Encyclo- 
paedia Britannica Films from the Techni- 
color motion picture of the same title. 

Summary : A story about the Danish cob- 
bler and writer with emphasis on his story- 
telling. 

© Samuel Goldwyn Productions, inc. (in 
notice: Samuel Goldwyn, inc.); 17Nov52; 
JP2030. 

HARDWOOD LUMBERING (Filmstrip) Popu- 
lar Science Pub. Co., 1953. 51 fr., color, 
35mm. (Woodworking) Ansco color. De- 
veloped in cooperation with McKnight & Mc- 
Knight Pub. Co. 

Summary: Captioned drawings and photo- 
graphs. Describes characteristics of such 
hardwoods as walnut, birch, cherry, and 
maple; explains how wood is cut and trans- 
ported at a lumber camp in the .■\ppalachian 
hardwood area; emphasizes the danger to 
forests from fires. For high school stu- 
dents. 



Credits : Prepared by Dr. Ivan Hosteller. 
© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 27Mar53; 
JP2136. 

HARDWOOD PROCESSING (Filmstrip) Popu- 
lar Science Pub. Co., 1953. 52 fr., color, 
35mm. (Woodworking) Ansco color. De- 
veloped in cooperation with McKnight & Mc- 
Knight Pub. Co. 

Summary : Captioned drawings and photo- 
graphs. Describes the processing of hard- 
wood lumber in a modern sawmill. Shows 
the work of sawyer and setter, examples of 
flat and quarter sawing, the air-drying of 
lumber, and a walnut steaming pit. For high 
school students. 

Credits : Prepared by Dr. Ivan Hostetler. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 27Mar53; 
JP2137. 

HARE LIFT. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1953. 
7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Bugs Bunny 
special) 

Summary : Bugs Bunny experiments as a 
pilot when Yosemite Sam, a bank robber, 
orders him to fly a passenger plane. 

Credits: Director, I. Freleng; story, 
Warren Foster; animation, Manuel Perez, 
Ken Champin, Virgil Ross, Arthur Davis; 
music director, Carl Stalling. Technicolor. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 4Feb53 (in notice: 
1951); MP3270. 

HARE TRIMMED. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 
1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Merrie 
melodies cartoon. Bugs Bunny special) 
Technicolor. 

Summary : An animated cartoon. Bugs 
Bunny outwits villainous Yosemite Sam in 
his attempt to marry a rich old lady for her 
money. 

Credits: Director, I. Freleng; story, 
Warren Foster; animation, Manuel Perez, 
Ken Champin, Virgil Ross, Arthur Davis; 
music director, Carl Stalling. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 29Jun53 (in notice: 
1952); MP3626. 

HARMONY IN MUSIC. Coronet, 1952. 
13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary: Elementary students in a school 
ensemble and in a chorus learn how harmony 
enriches music. The music leader demon- 
strates the relationship of harmony to chords, 
explains how chords are built, and how har- 
mony enhances melody and rhythm. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, 
Traugott Rohner. 

© Gaby Dure Smart and Continental Illinois 
National Bank and Trust Company of Chica- 
go, executors of the estate of David A. 
Smart, deceased (in notice: David A. Smart); 
280ct52; MP3264. 

HARRY JAMES AND THE MUSIC MAKERS. 
Universal Pictures Co., 1953. 15 min., sd., 
b&w, 35mm. A Universal-International pic- 
ture. 

Summary : A musical short which features 
Harry James and his orchestra. Gale Rob- 
bins, and Allan and Ashton. 

Credits : Producer and director. Will 
Cowan; film editor, Leonard Weiner. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 8May53; 
LP2559. 

THE HAUNTED HOUSE. Louis G. Cowan, 
inc., 1952. 24 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
(Fearless Fosdick adventures, no. A- 13) 
Based on a comic strip character created by 
Al Capp [pseud, of Alfred Gerald Caplin] 

Summary : A puppet show which relates 
the adventures of detective Fearless Fosdick 
and two counterfeiters in a supposedly 
haunted house. 

Credits : Producer, Charles Guggenheim; 
director and marionettes, Mary Chase; 
script, Everett Crosby; puppeteers, Frank 
Sullivan, Silvia Meredith, Donald Sommers; 
film editor, .'\ndrew Bellenot. Cast : Voices. 
John Griggs, Gilbert Mack. 

Appl. title: Fearless Fosdick in The 
haunted house. 

© Louis G. Cowan, inc.; 15Jun52 (in notice; 
1951); LP2267. 



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HAWAII: OUR NEXT STATE. March of Time, 
1953. 29 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Presents Hawaiian Governor 
King and Admiral Radford, the Navy's 
Pacific commander, discussing the possibil- 
ity of statehood for Hawaii. Includes scenes 
of the 300,000 -acre Parker Ranch, the 
University of Hawaii, the sugar and pine- 
apple industries, and such tourist attrac- 
tions as the beach at Waikiki and traditional 
sports and entertainments of the island. 
© Time, inc.; 4Mar53; MP3567. 

HEAD OVER HEELS. Vitaphone Corp., 1953. 
10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Vitaphone 
novelties) A Warner Bros, short subject. 

Summary : Scenes of skiing include shots 
of the slalom, a race down a serpentine 
course studded with flags. Shows two-man 
and four-man bobsleds in action. 

Credits : Produced and written by Robert 
Youngson; narrator, Dwight Weist; film edi- 
tor, Albert Helraes. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 29Jun53; MP3625. 

HEART OF THE WEST. Castle Films, 1950. 
1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on a char- 
acter created by Clarence E. Mulford. 

Summary : A western in which Hopalong 
Cassidy copes with cattle rustlers. 

© United World Films, inc.; ISFebSO (in 
notice: MCMXLX); LP2323. 

HELMS BREAD, CHOICE OF OLYMPIC 
CHAMPIONS, GOLD MEDAL WINNER. SEE 
Gold medal winner. MU5509. 

HELPING THE BODY DEFENSES AGAINST 
DISEASE (Filmstrip) Popular Science Pub. 
Co., 1952. 46 fr., color, 35mm. (Fighting 
disease) 

Summary : Explains that immunity to 
certain diseases results from inoculations 
with vaccines, toxoids, and anti-toxins which 
cause the body to produce anti-bodies to 
fight disease. Includes a historical sketch 
showing how the research of Jenner, Pasteur, 
and Koch has helped to reduce the incidence 
of germ diseases. Ansco color. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 31Mar52; 
JP1886. 

HERE WE GO AGAIN. Vitaphone Corp., 1953. 
10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A Warner Bros, 
short subject. Adapted from the Mack Sen- 
nett comedy entitled Hard knocks and love 
taps. 

Summary : A slapstick comedy. Charlie 
Murray takes a merry ride in an old Ford 
and on a hayrack, and engages in a battle 
over the rich widow. 

Credits : Written by Charles L. Tedford; 
music, Howard Jackson; film editor, DeLeon 
Anthony. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 2May53; MP3474. 

HERMAN, THE CARTOONIST. Paramount 
Pictures Corp., 1953. 7 min., sd., color, 
35mm. (Noveltoon cartoon) Technicolor. 

Summary: An animated cartoon. Herman, 
the mouse, triumphs over the cat by com- 
pleting the unfinished work of the cartoonist. 

Credits : Director, I. Sparber; story, I. 
Klein; animation, Myron Waldman, Larry 
Silverman; music, Winston Sharpies. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 15May53; 
LP2574. 

HIAWATHA. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1952. 
80 min., sd., color, 35mm. Based on the 
poem The song of Hiawatha, by Henry Wads- 
worth Longfellow. 

Summary : A story of Indian life in the 
Middle West. After his marriage to Minne- 
haha, a Dacotah maiden, Hiawatha thwarts 
the plot of Pau Puk Keewis, a villainous 
young brave who seeks to instigate a war be- 
tween the peaceful Ojibways and the hostile 
Dacotahs. 

Credits: Producer, Walter Mirisch; 
director, Kurt Neumann; screenplay, Arthur 
Strawn, Dan UUman; music, Marlin Skiles; 
film editor, Walter Hanneman. Cinecolor. 
Cast : Vincent Edwards, Yvette Dugay, Keith 
Larsen, Gene Iglesias, Armando Silvestre. 



© Monogram Pictures Corp.; 28Dec52; 
LP2212. 

HIDEOUT. Range Rider Productions, 1953. 
3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Range Rider western for 
television. 

Credits: Producer, Hugh McCollum; direc- 
tor, Ross Lederman; screenplay, Gerald 
Geraghty; music score, Walter Greene; 
music supervisor, Irving Friedman; film 
editor, Harvey Manger. Cast : Jack Mahoney, 
Dick Jones, Regina Gleason. 

© Range Rider Productions; 21May53; 
LP2612. 

HIGH AMBUSH. LP2590. SEE Man against 
crime. Apr. 22, 1953. 

HIGH SCHOOL HI-JINKS. Paramount Pic- 
tures Corp., 1953. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
(Pacemaker) 

Summary : Shows the band, cheer leaders, 
and drum majorettes of the Hempstead, 
N. Y., High School rehearsing for a spectacle 
to be presented between the halves of a foot- 
ball game. Includes scenes of students 
participating in the show, which presents a 
living formation of a Mississippi River 
showboat. 

Credits : Producer and director, Justin 
Herman; narrator. Ward Wilson; film editor, 
Lawrence F. Sherman, Jr. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 20Mar53; 
MP3375. 

HIS PRIVATE SALES FORCE —SELLING DIS- 
PLAY (Filmstrip) National Biscuit Co.. 
1953. Produced by Wilding Picture Produc- 
tions. 74 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
Summary : A training film for salesmen. 
© National Biscuit Co.; 2Feb53; JP1893. 

HIT THE SILK. Castle Films, 1952. 1 reel, 
sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary: A documentary story of the 
parachute and the daredevils who jump. 

© United World Films, inc.; 15Feb52; 
MP3290. 

HITCH HEISTERS. LP2578. SEE Man 
against crime. Apr. 1, 1953. 

THE HITCH-HIKER. Filmakers. Released 
by RKO Radio Pictures, 1953. 71 min., sd., 
b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A suspense melodrama. While 
vacationing in Mexico two men offer a ride 
to a hitch-hiker who, after revealing him- 
self as a homicidal maniac, forces the men 
to help him elude the police. 

Credits : Producer, Collier Young; direc- 
tor, Ida Lupino; screenplay. Collier Young, 
Ida Lupino; adaptation, Robert Joseph; music, 
Leith Stevens; music director, C. Bakaleini- 
koff; film editor, Douglas Stewart. Cast : 
Edmond O'Brien, Frank Love joy, William 
Talman, Jose Torvay. Sam Hayes. 

© RKO Radio Pictures, inc.; 13Mar53; 
LP2463. 

THE HOAXTERS. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 
Released by Loew's, 1952. 36 min., sd., 
b&w, 35mm. 

Summary: A documentary report on 
democracy and the fallacies of the doctrines 
of Communism. Shows Hitler, Tojo, and 
Mussolini speaking to their people; the end 
results of promises made by Stalin and other 
dictators; the philosophy of American 
leaders as expressed by Roosevelt, Eisen- 
hower, Stevenson, J. Edgar Hoover, and 
others; the active role of the United States 
in individual projects and international pro- 
grams designed to further world peace and 
protect the welfare of free peoples; the con- 
temporary threat of world dominance by 
Communism; and the need for American 
citizens to avoid undemocratic prejudices 
and Communistic tactics. 

Credits : Producer, Dore Schary; written 
by Herman Hoffman; material compiled and 
arranged by Victor Lasky and William Her- 
bert; narrators, Marilyn Erskine, Howard 



Keel, George Murphy. Walter Pidgeon, Dore 
Schary, Barry Sullivan, Robert Taylor. 
James Whitmore; music director, Rudolph 
Kopp; film editors, Laurie Vejar, Harry 
Komer. 
© Loew's Incorporated; 22Dec52; LP2299. 

HOLD UP. Flying A Pictures, 1953. 3 reels, 
sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Gene Autry western for tele- 
vision. 

Credits : Producer, Louis Gray; director, 
Ross Lederman; screenplay, Norman S. Hall; 
music, Walter Greene; music director. Carl 
Cotner; film editor. Anthony Wollner. Cast: 
Gene Autry, Pat Buttram, Rochelle Stanton, 
the horse Champion. 

© Flying A Pictures, inc.; 16Mar53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2407. 

THE HOLIDAY. March of Time, 1952. 
15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Ballets de 
France, no. 4) 

Summary : A young man briefly deserts 
his fiancee when he becomes attracted to a 
beautiful woman in a cafe. 

Credits : Producer and director, J. A. 
Benoit-Levy; music, Ivan Kogan-Semenoff; 
music director, Richard Blareau. Cast : 
Jean Guslis, Janine Monin, Chritiane 
Hubert. 

© Time, inc.; 9Sep52; MP3097. 

HOLIDAYS FOR US TO REMEMBER: ABRA- 
HAM LINCOLN. SEE Holidays for us to 
remember: February 12, 1809, Abraham 
Lincoln, the man who saved the Union. 
JP1910. 

HOLIDAYS FOR US TO REMEMBER: FEB- 
RUARY 12, 1809, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, 
THE MAN WHO SAVED THE UNION (Film- 
strip) Tested Teaching Films Corp., 1953. 
55 fr., color, 35mm. 

Summary : A historical sketch of the life 
of Abraham Lincoln which recounts his 
humble birth, his efforts to acquire an edu- 
cation, his debates with Douglas, his struggle 
as President to lead his country through a 
period of civil war, and his assassination by 
John Wilkes Booth. Ansco color. 

Appl. title: Holidays for us to remember: 
Abraham Lincoln. 

© Tested Teaching Films Corp.; 25Feb53; 
JP1910. 

HOLIDAYS FOR US TO REMEMBER: FEB- 
RUARY 22, 1732, THE BIRTHDAY OF 
GEORGE WASHINGTON, OUR FIRST PRES- 
IDENT (Filmstrip) Tested Teaching Films 
Corp., 1953. 52 fr., color, 35mm. 

Summary : A historical sketch of the career 
of George Washington which recounts his 
service as a colonel in the British Army, 
his efforts to win independence for the Col- 
onies while he was commander-in-chief of 
the poorly-equipped American Army, his 
defeat of General Cornwallis at Yorktown, 
his election to the Presidency for two terms, 
and his retirement at Mount Vernon. Ansco 
color. 

Appl. title: Holidays for us to remember: 
George Washington. 

© Tested Teaching Films Corp.; 25Feb53; 
JP1909. 

HOLIDAYS FOR US TO REMEMBER: 
GEORGE WASHINGTON. SEE Holidays for 
us to remember: February 22, 1732, the 
birthday of George Washington, our first 
President. JP1909. 

THE HOLY TERROR. Range Rider Produc- 
tions, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, I6mm. 

Summary : A Range Rider western for 
television. 

Credits : Producer, Hugh McCollum; 
director, William Berke; screenplay, Dwight 
Cummins; music, Walter Greene; music 
supervisor, Irving Friedman; film editor, 
William Ziegler. Cast: Jack Mahoney, 
Dick Jones, Pamela Blake. 

© Range Rider Productions; 20Feb53; 
LP2333. 



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A HOME OF THEIR OWN— SEGREGATING 
NABISCO PRODUCTS (Filmstrip) National 
Biscuit Co., 1953. Produced by Wilding 
Picture Productions. 72 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen. 

© National Biscuit Co.; 2Feb53; JP1892. 

HOMESPUN. Elmer Albinson, Harry Webb. 
Released by Instructional Films, 1952. 
20 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 

Summary : As Mandelina Oberg describes 
in detail the folk art of spinning and weaving 
which she learned in Sweden as a girl, she 
tells the story of her life as farm wife, 
nnother, and immigrant to Minnesota. 

© Elmer Albinson, Harry Webb; 10Nov52; 
MP3599. 

HOMESPUN HOLIDAY (Filmstrip) Young 
America Films, 1952. 49 fr., color, 35mm. 
(Children of Europe series. Set no. 1) 

Summary : Contemporary life in Ireland is 
reflected in the story of a Dublin girl who 
wins a Gaelic -speaking contest and is 
awarded a trip to the coast of western 
Ireland. 

Credits : Written by Mary C. Bromage; 
illustrator, Margaret Bradfield. Eastman 
color. 

© Margaret Bradfield; 30Dec52; JP1859. 

THE HOMESTEADERS. Allied Artists Pro- 
ductions. Released by Monogram Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 62 min., sd., sepia, 35mm. 

Summary: A western. An Oregon home- 
steader, who engineers a plot to seize a 
wagon train carrying dynamite, has a change 
of heart and decides to help the settlers 
resist the attack. Time: 1870. 

Credits : Producer, Vincent M. Fennelly; 
director, Lewis Collins; screenplay, Milton 
M. Raison, Sid Theil; music, Raoul Krau- 
shaar; editor, Sam Fields. Cast: Wild Bill 
Elliott, Robert Lowry, James Seay, Emmett 
Lynn, George Wallace. 

© Monogram Pictures Corp.; 8Feb53; 
LP2472. 

HONGKONG, WHERE TWO WORLDS MEET. 
Circle Film Enterprises, 1953. 13 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Presents a brief history and 
description of the British crown colony of 
Hongkong, including scenes of the city of 
Victoria. Dramatizes a Chinese refugee's 
account of the 300,000 people who have fled 
to the island from Communist China. 

Credits : Produced, written, and photo- 
graphed by Sam Waagenaar; narrators, 
James Wellard, Mr. Wu. 

© Circle Film Enterprises, inc.; lMar53; 
MP3428. 

HOPPY, THE BUNNY: BACKGROUND FOR 
READING AND EXPRESSION. Coronet, 
1953. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : The adventures of a little 
rabbit which hops out of the woods and 
visits the animals living on a farm. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, Ralph 
C. Preston. 

©John Smart; 21Jan53; MP3306. 

HOPPY'S HOLIDAY. William Boyd Produc- 
tions, 1947. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Based on characters created by Clarence E. 
Mulford. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
Hopalong Cassidy. 

Credits : Producer, Lewis J. Rachmil; 
director, George Archainbaud; music, David 
Chudnow; film editor, Fred W. Berger. Cast : 
William Boyd, Andy Clyde, Rand Brooks. 

© Hopalong Cassidy Productions, inc.; 
lJan47; LP2381. 

HORSE AND BUGGY DAYS. SEE The Littlest 
Expert on Horse and buggy days. MP3495. 

HOT MINK. LP2565. SEE Mr. and Mrs. 
North. No. 31. 

HOT RODS. SEE Mighty Mouse in Hot rods. 
LP2640. 



THE HOUSE BEHIND THE WALL. LP2254. 
SEE Mr. and Mrs. North. No. 16. 

HOUSE OF WAX. Warner Bros. Pictures, 
1953. 88 min., sd., color, 35mm. A three- 
dimensional film: Natural Vision. Stereo- 
phonic sound: WarnerPhonic. Warnercolor. 
An adaptation of the 1933 film entitled 
Mystery of the wax museum. 

Summary : A mystery melodrama. An in- 
sane sculptor, who is maimed and dis- 
figured when a fire destroys his wax mu- 
seum, opens a new museum which contains 
the bodies of his murder victims encased in 
wax. Setting: New York City in 1900. 

Credits : Producer, Bryan Foy; director, 
Andre de Toth; story, Charles Beldon; 
screenplay. Crane Wilbur; music, David 
Buttolph; film editor, Rudi Fehr. Cast: 
Vincent Price, Frank Lovejoy, Phyllis Kirk, 
Carolyn Jones, Paul Picerni. 

© Warner Bros. Pictures, inc.; 21May53; 
LP2596. 

HOUSE PARTY. SEE Andy Russell and Delia 
in House Party. LP2560. 

HOW CHEMICALS AND ANTI-BIOTICS 
FIGHT DISEASE (Filmstrip) Popular Sci- 
ence Pub. Co., 1952. 48 fr., color, 35mm. 
(Fighting disease) 

Sunnmary: Explains how sulfa drugs and 
anti-biotics such as penicillin, strepto- 
mycin, aureomycin, and terramycin are used 
in the treatment of germ diseases. Dis- 
cusses the results of research in the anti- 
biotic field conducted by Fleming, Waksman, 
Duggar, and Burkhalter. Ansco color. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 31Mar52; 
JP1887. 

HOW DO THEY DO IT (Filmstrip) Dow 
Chemical Co. [1953] Made by Jam Handy 
Organization. 61 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen. 

© The Dow Chemical Co.; 18May53; 
JU7508. 

HOW MAN USES FUEL (Filmstrip) Popular 
Science Pub. Co., 1953. 54 fr., color, 
35mm. 

Summary : Describes the physical proper- 
ties of solid, liquid, and gaseous fuels; ex- 
plains the transformation of vegetation into 
peat, lignite, and coal. Includes a discussion 
of the synthetic production of gasoline, with 
diagrams to illustrate the combustion of 
fuels in engines. Ansco color. 

Appl. title: How man uses fuels. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 20Feb53; 
JP1938. 

HOW MAN USES FUELS. SEE How man 
uses fuel. JP1938. 

HOW TO BE A DETECTIVE. Walt Disney 
Productions. Released by RKO Radio Pic- 
tures, 1952. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
(Goofy cartoon) Technicolor. 

Summary : An animated cartoon about 
Goofy's adventures as a private investigator. 

Credits : Director, Jack Kinney; story, 
Dick Kinney, Brice Mack; animation, Hugh 
Eraser, John Sibley, Ed Aardal, George 
Nicholas; music, Joseph S. Dubin. 

© Walt Disney Productions; 27May52; 
LP2552. 

HOW TO BRUSH SWEEP A STAIRWAY. 
Office of Civil Service Personnel. University 
of Minnesota, 1952. 3 min., si., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary: A loop film for use in a cus- 
todial training program. 

© Regents of the University of Minnesota; 
lSep52; MP3135. 

HOW TO CLEAN WITH A DUSTMOP. Office 
of Civil Service Personnel, University of 
Minnesota, 1952. 1 min., si., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary: A loop film for use in a cus- 
todial training program. 

© Regents of the University of Minnesota; 
lSep52; MP3137. 



HOW TO PREPARE A CLASS REPORT. 
Coronet, 1953. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A junior high school boy prepar- 
ing a class report learns to select a subject 
which is of interest to the speaker and the 
audience, to find reliable source material 
from books, magazines, and films at the li- 
brary, to utilize personal experiences, and 
to select and organize the material in a clear, 
effective manner. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, Marvin 
D. Clock. 
© John Smart; 12Feb53; MP3324. 

HOW TO SAVE MORE PIGS (Filmstrip) 
Successful Farming, 1953. 34 fr., b&w, 
35mm. 

Summary : Illustrates methods for control- 
ling the spread of disease in pigs. 

© Meredith Pub. Co.; 27Feb53; JP1899. 

HOW TO STOP ACCIDENTS. SEE A way to 
efficient production. JP1786. 

HOW TO TREAT A SWEEPING MOP. Office 
of Civil Service Personnel, University of 
Minnesota, 1952. 2 min., si., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A loop film for use in a cus- 
todial training program. 

© Regents of the University of Minnesota; 
lSep52; MP3136. 

HOW TO WET MOP. Office of Civil Service 
Personnel, University of Minnesota, 1952. 
3 min., si., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A loop film for use in a cus- 
todial training program. 

© Regents of the University of Minnesota; 
lSep52; MP3138. 

HOW WATER CONTROL IS BEING USED TO 
PROMOTE GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP OF 
ELECTRIC POWER (Filmstrip) Middle 
West Service Co., 1953. 59 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary: Describes the methods that 
socialists have employed to promote govern- 
ment-owned electric power systems. Ex- 
plains that these systems were at first inci- 
dental to large-scale government flood con- 
trol and irrigation projects, but that more 
recently the socialists have achieved direct 
government sponsorship of electric power 
projects. Shows what the American people 
can do to stop the progress of socialism. 

Credits : Authors, Edwin Vennard, Robb M. 
Wins bo rough. 

© Middle West Service Co.; 7Feb53; 
JP2028. 

HURRY, HURRY. Castle Films, 1950. 1 reel, 
sd., b&w, 16mm. Excerpts from the feature 
filnn production Never give a sucker an even 
break. 

Summary: A W. C. Fields comedy in which 
a woman rushing to a maternity hospital is 
mistaken for an expectant mother. 

© United World Films, inc.; 15Feb50; 
LP2316. 

HUSBAND AND WIFE MURDER STORY. 
LP2667. SEE I'm the law, no. 21. 

HUSKY DOGS. RKO-Pathe, 1952. 8 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) 

Summary: Explains how Eskimo dogs aid 
fur trappers, how they are used by the 
Eskimos for transportation, and how they 
help man in his struggle against the Arctic 
winter. Includes scenes of a dog race along 
a 20-mile course at St. Agathe, Que. 

Credits : Producer, Jay Bonafield; direc- 
tor, Douglas Sinclair; written by Earle Luby; 
narrator, Andre Baruch; music supervisor, 
Herman Fuchs. 

© RKO Pathe, inc.; 260ct52; MP3403. 

m'DRAULIC TAPPETS: BATTERY PER- 
FORMANCE (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp., 
1953. Produced by Ross Roy, inc. 91 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. (Master technicians film, 
no. 64) 

Summary: A training film for men who 
service automobiles. 
© Chrysler Corp.; 18Mar53; JP1948. 



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HYDROVAC SIMPLIFIED (Filmstrip) GMC 
Truck Division [ 1953] Made by Jam Handy 
Organization. 77 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film which explains 
what Hydrovac is and shows how to service 
it in GMC trucks. 

© GMC Truck Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 17Jun53; JU7553. 

THE HYPOCHONDRIAC. March of Time, 
1952. 15 min., sd., b&w. 16mm. (Ballets de 
France, no. 10) Based on Le malade imagi- 
naire by Molifere. 

Summary : A comedy ballet about a hypo- 
chondriac, who, during the reign of Louis 
XIV, tries lo persuade his daughter to marry 
his doctor's son. 

Credits : Producer and director, J. A. 
Benoit-Levy; music, Charpentier; music 
director, Richard Blareau; music arranger, 
Jeanine Rueff. Cast : Josette Amiel, Fran- 
coise Adret, Charles Sauvageot. 

© Time, inc.; 9Sep52; MP3106. 

HYSTERICAL HISTORY. Paramount Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
(Kartune) 

Summary : A musical cartoon featuring the 
song Yankee Doodle boy. Designed for audi- 
ence participation. 

Credits : Director, I. Sparber; story, 
Irving Spector; music, Winston Sharpies; 
animation, Al Eugster, George Germanetti. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 23Jan53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2235. 



I CONFESS. Warner Bros. Pictures, 1953. 
95 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the play 
Nos deux consciences, by Paul Anthelme. 

Summary : A young priest stands trial for a 
murder committed by a rectory employee 
rather than reveal information which the 
employee disclosed to him in the confessionaL 
Filmed in the city of Quebec. 

Credits : Producer and director, Alfred 
Hitchcock; screenplay, George Tabori, Wil- 
liam Archibald; music, Dimitri Tiomkin; 
film editor, Rudi Fehr. Cast: Montgomery 
Clift, Anne Baxter, Karl Maiden, Brian 
Aherne, O. E. Hasse. 

© Warner Bros. Pictures, inc.; 16Feb53; 
LP2287. 

THE I DON'T CARE GIRL. Twentieth Cen- 
tury-Fox Film Corp., 1953. 81 min., sd., 
color, 35mm. 

Summary : A musical comedy based on 
incidents in the theatrical career of Eva Tan- 
guay. Varied impressions about a vaudeville 
actress who rises to stardom are revealed 
by three men — her partner, a pianist, and a 
singer. 

Credits: Producer, George Jessel; direc- 
tor, Lloyd Bacon; written by Walter Bullock; 
music director, Lionel Newman; film editor, 
Louis Loeffler. Cast: Mitzi Gaynor, David 
Wayne, Oscar Levant, Bob Graham, Craig 
Hill. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
5Jan53; LP2461. 

I HATE MONEY. Adrian Weiss Productions, 
1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on 
the Craig Kennedy stories created by Arthur 
B. Reeve. 

Summ ary: A television mystery about 
Craig Kennedy, criminologist. 

Credits : Producer and director, Adrian 
Weiss; story, Ande Lamb; film editor, 
Michael Luciano. Cast : Donald Woods, 
Sydney Mason, Lewis Wilson. 

© Adrian Weiss Productions; 10Mar53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2394. 

I LOVE CHILDREN, BUT. Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer. Released by Loew's, 1952. 9 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. (Pete Smith specialty) 

Summary : A series of demonstrations by 
youngsters who make life difficult for their 
elders. 

Credits : Producer and narrator, Pete 
Smith; director, David Barclay; original 



story and screenplay, Julian Harmon, David 
Barclay; film editor, Harry Komer. 
© Loew's Incorporated; 17Dec52; LP2327. 

I LOVE MELVIN. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 
Released by Loew's, 1953. 76 min., sd., 
color, 35mm. 

Summary : A song-and-dance comedy about 
a magazine photographer who falls in love 
with a chorus girl and promises to put her 
picture on the cover of Look magazine. 

Credits : Producer and author of screen- 
play, George Wells; director, Don Weis; 
story, Laslo Vadnay; music director, 
Georgie Stoll; film editor, Adrienne Fazan. 
Technicolor. Cast : Donald O'Connor, 
Debbie Reynolds, Una Merkel, Richard 
Anderson, AUyn Joslyn. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 2Feb53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2372. 

THE ICE MAN. Louis G. Cowan, inc., 1952. 
24 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Fearless Fos- 
dick adventures, no. A -3) Based on a comic 
strip character by Al Capp [pseud, of Alfred 
Gerald Caplin] 

Summary : A puppet show which relates 
the adventures of detective Fearless Fosdick 
and a man made of ice who steals diamonds 
and stabs his victims with icicles. 

Credits : Producer, Charles Guggenheim; 
director and marionettes, Mary Chase; 
script, Everett Crosby; puppeteers, Frank 
Sullivan, Paul Bogart; film editor, Andrew 
Bellenot. Cast : Voices, John Griggs, Gil- 
bert Mack, Jody Drew. 

Appl. title: Fearless Fosdick in The ice 
man. 

© Louis G. Cowan, inc.; 24Aug52 (in notice: 
1951); LP2270. 

THE ICEMAN. LP2492. SEE Man against 
crime. Mar. 4, 1953. 

I'LL GET YOU. Eros Films, London. Re- 
leased in the U. S. by Lippert Pictures, 
1952. 79 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A melodrama about an F. B. I. 
agent, traveling incognito in England, and a 
girl operative of the British Military Intel- 
ligence who identifies him and then works 
with him to expose the leader of a gang that 
is smuggling scientists out of England and 
into Communist countries. 

Credits : Producer, Bernard Luber; direc- 
tor, Seymour Friedman; screenplay, John V. 
Baines; music, Hans May; editor, Tom Simp- 
son. Cast : George Raft, Sally Gray, Clif- 
ford Evans, Reginald Tate, Patricia Laffan. 

© Lippert Pictures, inc.; 30Dec52; LP2226. 

I'M THE LAW. Cosman Productions, 1953. 
3 reels each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Cosman 
Productions, inc. 

Summary : A television series about the 
adventures of Lieutenant Kirby of the New 
York City Police Department. 

Credits : Producer, Jean Yarbrough; 
directors, Robert Walker, Jean Yarbrough; 
film editors, Otho Lovering, William Austin. 
Cast : George Raft. 

14. The wish and the shoplifter. Written 
by Marianne Mosner and Francis Rosen- 
wald. 

© 19Jun53; LP2675. 

15. The moon man. Written by David Victor. 
© 19Jun53; LP2668. 

16. O sole mio. Written by Marianne Mos- 
ner and Francis Rosenwald. 

© 19Jun53; LP2666. 

17. Trucking story. Written by Marianne 
Mosner and Francis Rosenwald. 

© 19Jun53; LP2672. 

18. The impossible death. Written by David 
Victor. 

© 19Jun53; LP2674. 

20. The Countess Bobo story. Written by 
Marianne Mosner and Francis Rosenwald. 

© 19Jun53; LP2670. 

21. Husband and wife murder story. Written 
by Jack Gillis. 

© 19Jun53; LP2667. 



22. The bust of Plato. Written by David 
Victor. 

© 19Jun53; LP2669. 

23. The killer. Written by Marianne Mosner 
and Francis Rosewald. 

© 19Jun53; LP2673. 

24. Sleep with terror. Written by Marianne 
Mosner and Francis Rosenwald. 

© 19Jun53; LP2671. 

25. Sob sister. Written by Marianne Mosner 
and Francis Rosenwald. 

© 19Jun53; LP2665. 

26. Falling star. Written by David Victor. 
© 19Jun53; LP2676. 

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST. 
British Film Makers, London, 1953. Re- 
leased in the U. S. by Universal International 
Films. 95 min., sd., color, 35mm. Techni- 
color. Based on the play of the same title by 
Oscar Wilde. 

Summary : A comedy satirizing Victorian 
manners. Two young Englishmen assume 
the identity of an imaginary character named 
Earnest to win the affections of their lady- 
loves. 

Credits : Producer, Teddy Baird; director, 
Anthony Asquith; music, Benjamin Frankel; 
film editor, John D. Guthridge. Cast: Joan 
Greenwood, Michael Redgrave, Dorothy Tutin, 
Michael Denison, Miles Malleson. 

© British Film Makers, ltd.; 10Mar53 
(in notice: 1952); LP2587. 

THE IMPOSSIBLE DEATH. LP2674. SEE 
I'm the law, no. 18. 

IN CASE OF ATOMIC ATTACK. Documentary 
and Experimental Films, 1952. 5 min., sd., 
b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Instructions for civilians pre- 
paring for an atomic attack. Describes the 
survival kit. Explains what should be done 
before, during, and after an attack in order 
to survive and minimize the extent of injury. 

Appl. author: George A. Zabriskie. 

© A D. X. production; 90ct52; MP3266. 

IN EVERY CLASSROOM (Filmstrip) Ency- 
clopaedia Britannica Films, 1953. 52 fr., 
color, 35mm. Ansco color. 

Summary : Explains that an effective school 
encyclopedia stimulates pupils' interest in 
their studies, aids the development of criti- 
cal thinking and initiative, encourages the 
wide use of other books, builds useful re- 
search habits, and promotes an alert class- 
room atmosphere. Includes scenes of ele- 
mentary school children using the Britannica 
junior in the classroom. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
lApr53; JP2080. 

IN THE AUTUMN (Filmstrip) Young America 
Films, 1953. 35 fr., color, 35mm. (Through 
the seasons series, no. 1) Eastman color. 

Summary : Captioned cartoons are used to 
describe changes which occur in weather, 
plants, animals, and daily activities as 
autumn begins. 

Credits : Written and illustrated by Mar- 
garet Bradfield. 

© Young America Films, inc.; 4May53; 
JP2063. 

IN THE SPRING (Filmstrip) Young America 
Films, 1953. 36 fr., color, 35mm. (Through 
the seasons series, no. 3) Eastman color. 

Summary : Captioned cartoons are used to 
describe the first days of warm and rainy 
spring weather, the spring planting activities, 
and the characteristics of the flowers, birds, 
and animals of the season. 

Credits : Written and illustrated by Mar- 
garet Bradfield. 

© Young America Films, inc.; 4May53; 
JP2065. 

IN THE SUMMER (Filmstrip) Young America 
Films, 1953. 33 fr.. color, 35mm. (Through 
the seasons series, no. 4) Eastman color. 



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23 



Summary : Captioned cartoons are used to 
describe vacation and play activities during 
warm summer days and to characterize the 
plants and crops of the summer season. 

Credits : Written and illustrated by Mar- 
garet Bradfield. 

©Young America Films, inc.; 4May53; 
JP2066. 

IN THE WINTER (Filmstrip) Young America 
Films, 1953. 33 fr., color, 35mm. (Through 
the seasons series, no. 2) Eastman color. 

Summary : Captioned cartoons are used to 
describe the countryside and aninnals seen 
during a winter walk through the woods, the 
cold weather and snow of the season, and 
such winter sports as skating and sleighing. 

Credits : Written and illustrated by Mar- 
garet Bradfield. 

© Young America Films, inc.; 4May53; 
JP2064. 

IN UNITY (Filmstrip) Teachers Workshop. 
1953. 54 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary: Shows a pattern of smooth 
inter-racial relations in Aliso Village, a 
public housing development in Los Angeles, 
where Mexicans, Negroes, Orientals, and 
others work harmoniously to meet their 
common problems and to build a social and 
cultural life together. 

Credits: Author, Robert Friedman; 
photographer, Leonard Nadel. 

© Teachers Workshop; 28May53; JP2121. 

INDIAN CHARLIE. Lone Ranger, inc., 1953. 
Produced by Jack Chertok Productions. 
3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George 
W. Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Range r . 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; direc- 
tor, John H. Morse; based on a radio play 
by Fran Striker; teleplay, Joe Richardson; 
editor, Frank Capacchione. Cast: John 
Hart, Jay Silverheels, Walter Reed. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; Ijan53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2452. 

INDIAN CORN (Filmstrip) Pat Dowling 
Pictures, 1953. 29 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : Shows how the American In- 
dian taught the Pilgrims to plant corn and 
to grind the harvested corn into meal. 

Appl. author: Thomas James Stanton. 

© Pat Dowling Pictures; lMar53; JP1906. 

THE INDIAN GIVER. Adrian Weiss Produc- 
tions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on 
the Craig Kennedy stories created by Arthur 
B. Reeve. 

Summary : A television mystery about 
Craig Kennedy, criminologist. 

Credits : Producer and director, Adrian 
Weiss; story, Ande Lamb; film editor, 
Michael Luciano. Cast : Donald Woods, 
Sydney Mason, Lewis Wilson. 

© Adrian Weiss Productions; 6Jan53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2202. 

INDIAN POW-WOW. Avalon Daggett Produc- 
tions, 1952. 12 min., sd., color, 16mm. 
(Cinetour) 

Summary : Shows southwestern Indian 
tribes leaving their camps and journeying 
by means of both ancient and modern con- 
veyances to northern Arizona where they 
participate in an annual three-day celebra- 
tion which includes a parade, a rodeo, a 
modern carnival, beauty and sports contests, 
and tribal dances performed by the Indians 
of various tribes in their native costumes. 

Credits : Producer and photographer, 
Avalon Daggett; narrator. Jack Little. 
Kodachrome. 

© Avalon Daggett; lAug52; MP3319. 

INDIAN TOOLS (Filmstrip) Pat Dowling 
Pictures, 1953. 34 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : Describes the chipped and 
hard stone tools fashioned by the early 
American Indian; shows how the tools were 
made and how they were used. 



Appl. author: Thomas James Stanton. 

© Pat Dowling Pictures; lMar53; JP1905. 

INDIAN WAR PARTY. Range Rider Produc- 
tions, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Range Rider western for 
television. 

Credits : Producer, Hugh McCoUum; 
director, Ross Lederman; screenplay, John 
K. Butler; music, Walter Greene; music 
supervisor, Irving Friedman; film editor, 
Erma E. Levin. Cast : Jack Mahoney, Dick 
Jones, Gloria Saunders. 

© Range Rider Productions; 29Jan53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2239. 

THE Indians of the pacific coast 

(Filmstrip) Popular Science Pub. Co., 1953. 
32 fr., color, 35mm. (Our friends the 
American Indians) A Richard Nelson travel 
strip. Ansco color. 

Summary : Shows California Indians making 
baskets which are used for many purposes. 
Describes their struggle for food. Shows 
Indians in the northwest United States fish- 
ing with spears and nets. Pictures members 
of the boat tribes of northwest Canada con- 
structing a canoe and fishing for salmon. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 19Jun53; 
JP2143. 

THE INDIANS OF THE WESTERN PLAINS 
(Filmstrip) Popular Science Pub. Co., 1953. 
31 fr., color, 35mm. (Our friends the 
American Indians) A Richard Nelson travel 
strip. Ansco color. 

Summary : Describes the use made of the 
buffalo for food, shelter, and clothing; de- 
picts the weapons which the Indians of the 
western plains employed in hunting. Por- 
trays the strenuous physical work performed 
by women of the tribes; shows how a young 
boy becomes a brave. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 19Jun53; 
JP2I42. 

INFANT CARE SERIES (Filmstrip) Centron 
Corp. Released by Young America Films, 
1953. 6 filmstrips, b&w, 35mra. 

Contents : 1. Bathing the baby. 40 fr.— 
2. Feeding the baby. 44fr. — 3. Selecting 
children's clothing. 40fr.— 4. Preparing 
the formula. 49 fr. — 5. Selecting children's 
toys. 39 fr. — 6. Teaching desirable habits. 
44 fr. 

Credits : Technical supervisor, Luella M. 
Foster. 

Appl. author: Margaret Carlile Travis. 

Appl. title: Infant care. 

© Centron Corp., inc.; 25May53; JP2081. 

INFLATION. Encyclopaedia Britannica 
Films and the Twentieth Century Fund, 1953. 
20 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 

Summary : Defines inflation and explains 
its causes, its dangers, and its remedies. 
Includes animated sequences. 

Credits : Producer, John T. Bobbitt; 
script, Joseph Kenas; collaborators, J. 
Frederic Dewhurst, Simon N. Whitney. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
20Feb53 (in notice: 1952); MP3546. 

INSECTS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 
1953. 10 min., sd., color, 16mm. Koda- 
chrome. 

Summary : Enumerates characteristics of 
insects; shows reproduction and growth 
processes, structural characteristics, and 
eating habits typical of each of the five 
classes within the insect world; describes 
the constructive and destructive habits of a 
variety of insects and the natural and man- 
made controls which prevent unlimited in- 
sect multiplication. 

Credits : Collaborator, Charles E. Palm; 
photographer, William A. Anderson. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
lApr53; MP3571. 

INTERMEDIATE ART SERIES (Filmstrip) 
Young America Films, 1952. Produced by 
Centron Corp. 8 filmstrips, color, 35mm. 
With teacher's guide. 
Summary: Children in intermediate grades 



demonstrate basic techniques in a variety of 
art activities. Eastman color. 

Contents : [1] Pottery making. 43 fr. — 
[2] Weaving. 46 fr.— [3] Paper craft. 
46 fr.— [4J Stenciling. 38 fr.— [5] Potato 
printing. 41fr.— [6] Painting with water 
colors. 33 fr.— [7] Making a mural. 39 fr. 
— [8] Sketching with crayons. 36 fr. 

© Centron Corp., inc.; lDec52; JP1811. 

INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN PUBLIC 
EDUCATION. SEE 
Design of American public education. 

JP1878, MP3224. 
The school and the community. MP3223, 
JP1879. 

INVADERS FROM MARS. National Pictures 
Corp. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp., 1953. 77 min., sd., color, 
35mm. 

Summary : A science-fiction melodrama. 
The young son of a research scientist dreams 
that a number of people, including his par- 
ents, are transformed into fiendish robots 
by a group of Martians who land a spaceship 
in a sand pit near his home. 

Credits : Producer, Edward L. Alperson; 
director, William Cameron Menzies; screen- 
play, Richard Blake; music, Raoul Krau- 
shaar; editorial supervisor, Arthur Roberts. 
Cast : Helena Carter, Arthur Franz, Jimmy 
Hunt, Leif Erickson, Hillary Brooke. 

© National Pictures Corp.; 8Apr53; 
LP2655. 

INVASION BY DISEASE (Filmstrip) Popular 
Science Pub. Co., 1952. 50 fr., color, 
35mm. (Fighting disease) 

Summary : Describes how several dis- 
eases are spread by air, water, food, insects, 
and direct contact; explains what can be 
done to curb the spread of disease. Ansco 
color. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 31Mar52; 
JP1883. 

INVENTION CONVENTION. Paramount Pic- 
tures Corp., 1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
(Kartune) 

Summary : A musical cartoon featuring the 
song Let me call you sweetheart. Designed 
for audience participation. 

Credits : Director, I. Sparber; story, 1. 
Klein; animation, Al Eugster, Wm. B. Patten- 
gill; music, Winston Sharpies. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 19Jun53; 
LP2678. 

ISAAC M. WISE, MASTER BUILDER OF 
AMERICAN JUDAISM (Filmstrip) Union of 
American Hebrew Congregations, 1953. 
Made by Victor Kayfetz Productions. 37 fr., 
color, 35mm. Eastman color. 

Summary : A story of the life of Rabbi Wise, 
who was educated in Prague and Vienna be- 
fore going to the United States. Shows how 
his work as leader of a congregation and as 
editor of a weekly newspaper led to the es- 
tablishment of Hebrew Union College, to the 
growth of tolerance and unity among Jewish 
congregations in the United States, and to 
the formation of the Union of American 
Hebrew Congregations and the Conference of 
American Rabbis. 

Credits : Director, Samuel Grand; research 
and script. Dr. Bertram W. Korn; illus- 
trated by William Steinel; editor. Dr. Eman- 
uel Gamoran. 

Appl. title: Isaac Mayer Wise. 

© The Union of American Hebrew Congre- 
gations; lFeb53 (in notice: 1952); JP2048. 

ISAAC MAYER WISE. SEE Isaac M. Wise, 
master builder of American Judaism. 
JP2048. 

ISLAND RESCUE. British Film Makers, 
London, 1951. Released in the U. S. by 
Universal International Films. 87 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel Ap- 
pointment with Venus, by Jerrard Tickell. 

Summary : A satire-comedy reflecting 
Britain's wartime resistance to the Nazis 
and the Ministry of Agriculture's concern 



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ISLAND RESCUE. Cont'd, 
over the preservation of a well-bred cow. 
A Scottish major, a radio operator, and a 
young woman form a commando-like unit 
to kidnap a pedigreed heifer from a German- 
held Channel island. Photographed on and 
around the island of Sark. 

Credits : Producer, Betty E. Box; direc- 
tor, Ralph Thomas; screenplay, Nicholas 
Phipps; music, Benjamin Frankel; editor, 
Gerald Thomas. Cast : David Niven, Glynis 
Johns, George Coulouris, Barry Jones, 
Kenneth More. 

© British Film Makers, ltd.; 25Sep51; 
LP2344. 

IT HAPPENS EVERY THURSDAY. Universal 
Pictures Co., 1953. 80 min., sd., b&w, 
35mm. A Universal-International picture. 
Based on the book of the same title by Jane 
S. Mcllvaine. 

Summary : A comedy about the attempts of 
a big city newspaper reporter and his wife 
to publish a small-town weekly newspaper. 

Credits : Producers, Anton Leader, 
Leonard Goldstein; director, Joseph Pevney; 
screenplay, Dane Lussier; adaptation, 
Leonard Praskins, Barney Slater; music 
director, Joseph Gershenson; film editor, 
Frank Gross. Cast : Loretta Young, John 
Forsythe, Frank McHugh, Edgar Buchanan, 
Palmer Lee. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 8May53; 
LP2558. 

IT HAS TO BE YOUR IDEA (Filmstrip) 
Coca-Cola Co., 1953. Made by Jam Handy 
Organization. 66 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen. 

© The Coca-Cola Co.; 2Feb53; JP2033. 

IT'S UP TO YOU. De Rosa Jordan Produc- 
tions [1953] 9 min., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : Prizes are awarded to school 
children for pictures painted on store win- 
dows in an art contest sponsored in Brooklyn 
to eliminate vandalism on Halloween. 

© Edmund Jordan, Patsy De Rosa, Hilda R. 
Amendola, d.b.a. De Rosa Jordan Produc- 
tions; 12Jan53 (in notice: 1952); MU5501. 



JACK MC CALL, DESPERADO. Columbia 
Pictures Corp., 1953. 76 min., sd., color, 
35mm. 

Summary : A western about the adventures 
of a Union Army veteran who kills Wild Bill 
Hickok in Deadwood, South Dakota, in 1876. 

Credits : Producer, Sam Katzman; direc- 
tor, Sidney Salkow; story, David Chandler; 
screenplay, John O'Dea; music director, 
Mischa Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Aaron 
Stell. Technicolor. Cast : George Mont- 
gomery, Angela Stevens, Douglas Kennedy, 
James Seay, Eugene Iglesias. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 13Mar53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2398. 

THE JADE DRAGON. LP2449. SEE Mr. and 
Mrs. North. No. 26. 

JALOPY. Allied Artists Productions. Re- 
leased by Monogram Pictures Corp., 1953. 
62 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A comedy. The Bowery Boys 
concoct a magic fuel with which they hope 
to win a race in their ancient jalopy. 

Credits : Producer, Ben Schwalb; direc- 
tor, William Beaudine; screenplay, Tim 
Ryan, Jack Crutcher; music director, Marlin 
Skiles; film editor, William Austin. Cast : 
Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall, David Gorcey, 
Bennie Bartlett, Bernard Gorcey. 

© Monogram Pictures Corp.; lMar53; 
LP2348. 

JAMAICA RUN. Paramount Pictures Corp., 
1953. 92 min., sd., color, 35mm. Techni- 
color. Based on a novel by Max Murray. 

Summary : A melodrama. A controversy 
arising over the ownership of a large Jamai- 
can estate leads to murder, an undersea 
hunt for a sunken chest, and a courtroom 



revelation of the rightful owners. 

Credits : Director and author of screen- 
play, Lewis R. Foster; music, Lucien 
Cailliet; film editor, Howard Smith. Cast: 
Ray Milland, Arlene Dahl, Wendell Corey, 
Patric Knowles, Laura Elliot. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 13May53; 
LP2631. 

JAMES A. FITZPATRICK'S TRAVELTALKS. 
Motion pictures in this series, © Loew's 
Incorporated, are entered separately under 
their respective titles. 

JAN GARBER AND HIS ORCHESTRA. Warner 
Bros. Pictures, 1940. Re-released, 1953. 
10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Melody master 
band) 

Summary : A musical short which features 
Jan Garber and his orchestra playing Ma, 
he's making eyes at me. Lullaby of Broad- 
way, Bugle call rag, and other popular songs. 

Credits : Director, Jean Negulesco; film 
editor. Jack Killifer. 

© Warner Bros. Pictures, inc.; 23May40; 
MP3560. 

JAPAN: 80,000,000 MOUTHS TO FEED. 
Dickson Reck. Released by Encyclopaedia 
Britannica Films, 1953. 12 min., sd., color, 
16mm. Kodachrome. 

Summary : Explains the problem of obtain- 
ing an adequate food supply for the 
80,000,000 people living on a chain of islands 
whose area is less than that of California. 
Describes the cultivation of rice, which con- 
stitutes the main crop of Japan and is planted 
by hand, the growing and processing of tea, 
and the important fishing and salt industries. 

Credits : Producer and photographer, 
Dickson Reck. 

© Dickson Reck; 22Jan53 (in notice: 1952); 
MP3491. 

JAPAN: THE LANT) AND THE PEOPLE. 
Coronet, 1952. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Describes the intensely popu- 
lated, mountainous island nation of Japan and 
the growth of industrialization in the country 
after World War II. Includes scenes of the 
cultivation of rice, tea, silkworms, and 
timber. For intermediate and high school 
grades. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, John 
H. Garland. 

© John Smart; 16Dec52; MP3162. 

THE JAZZ SINGER. Warner Bros. Pictures, 
1953. 110 min., sd., color, 35mm. Based 
on the play of the same title by Samson 
Raphaelson. 

Summary : A melodrama about a singer 
who is torn between his desire for a career 
in show business and his wish to honor a 
long family tradition by succeeding his father 
as cantor of a Philadelphia synagogue. 

Credits : Producer, Louis F. Edelman; 
director, Michael Curtiz; screenplay, Frank 
Davis, Leonard Stern, Lewis Meltzer; music 
director, Ray Heindorf; film editor, Alan 
Crosland. Technicolor. Cast : Danny 
Thomas, Peggy Lee, Mildred Dunnock, 
Eduard Franz, Tom Tully. 

© Warner Bros. Pictures, inc.; 3Feb53 
(in notice: 1952); LP2286. 

JEB'S GOLD MINE. Lone Ranger, inc., 1952. 
Produced by Jack Chertok Productions. 
26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George 
W. Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; direc- 
tor, John H. Morse; based on a radio play by 
Tom Dougall; teleplay, Joe Richardson; 
film editor, Everett Dodd. Cast: John Hart, 
Jay Silverheels, Raymond Greenleaf. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 160ct52; LP2309. 

JEOPARDY. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Re- 
leased by Loew's, 1953. 68 min., sd., b&w, 
35mm. Based on a story by Maurice Zimm. 
Summary: A suspense melodrama. 



A family spending their vacation at a de- 
serted beach in Lower California find them- 
selves forced to cope with an accident, the 
rising tide, and an escaped convict. 

Credits : Producer, Sol Baer Fielding; 
director, John Sturges; screenplay, Mel 
Dinelli; music, Dimitri Tiomkin; film editor, 
Newell P. Kimlin. Cast : Barbara Stanwyck, 
Larry Sullivan, Ralph Meeker, Lee Aaker. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 15Jan53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2300. 

JERRY AND JUMBO. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 
Released by Loew's, 1953. 7 min., sd., 
color, 35mm. (Tom and Jerry cartoon) 

Summary : Jerry, the mouse, and a baby 
elephant whom he befriends make life diffi- 
cult for Tom, the cat. 

Credits : Producer, Fred Quimby; direc- 
tors, William Hanna, Joseph Barbera; ani- 
mation, Kenneth Muse, Irven Spence, Ed 
Barge; music, Scott Bradley. Technicolor. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 22Jan53 (in notice: 
1951); LP2296. 

JET PROPULSION. Encyclopaedia Britannica 
Films, 1952. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Illustrates the physical princi- 
ples on which jet propulsion is based, and 
describes the operation and uses of several 
types of jet engines. 

Credits : Associate producer, Hal Kopel; 
collaborator, John T. Rettaliata. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
24Nov52; MP3238. 

JIGSAW QUIZ. Clarence Charles Herisko 
[1952] 350 ft., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A quiz game which presents 
11 clews to the identity of Will Rogers. 

© Clarence Charles Herisko; 15Dec52; 
MU5495. 

JOAN OF ARC. SEE Stories from other 
lands. JP1969. 

JOE MC DOAKES COMEDY. Motion pictures 
in this series, © Vitaphone Corp., are en- 
tered separately under their respective titles. 

JOHANN MOUSE. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 
Released by Loew's, 1953. 8 min., sd., 
color, 35mm. (Tom and Jerry cartoon) 
Technicolor. 

Summary : An animated cartoon about a 
waltzing mouse who lives in the home of 
Johann Strauss. 

Credits : Producer, Fred Quimby; direc- 
tors, William Hanna, Joseph Barbera; nar- 
ration, Hans Conried; animation, Kenneth 
Muse, Ray Patterson, Ed Barge, Irven 
Spence; music director, Scott Bradley. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 20Feb53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2519. 

JOHANNESBURG, CITY OF GOLD. Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew's, 1953. 
8 min., sd., color, 35mm. (James A. Fitz- 
Patrick's traveltalks) Technicolor. 

Summary : Describes the gold mining 
industry of Johannesburg, South Africa, 
and shows living conditions among detribal- 
ized natives who work in the mines. 

Credits : Producer and narrator, James A. 
FitzPatrick; music score, Joseph Nussbaum; 
photographer. Hone Glendinning. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 21May53; MP3629. 

JOHNNY GETS HIS ROUTE. RKO-Pathe, 

1952. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Screen- 
liner) 

Summary : A story of the American news- 
boy. Shows a young boy applying for a news- 
paper route, delivering the daily papers, and 
using salesmanship techniques to gain new 
customers. 

Credits: Producer, Burton Benjamin; 
director. William Deeke; written by Pennell 
C. Kirkbride; music supervisor, Herman 
Fuchs; editor, Sidney Katz. 

© RKO Pathe, inc.; 29Nov52; MP3400. 

JOHNNY JACKAROO. Flying A Pictures, 

1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 



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Summary: A Gene Autry western for 
television. 

Credits : Producer, Louis Gray; director, 
Ross Lederman; screenplay, Robert 
Schrefer, Eric Freiwald; music, Walter 
Greene; music director, Carl Cotner; film 
editor, William Ziegler. Cast : Gene Autry, 
Pat Buttram, Harry Lauter, the horse 
Champion. 

© Flying A Pictures, inc.; 29Jan53; 
LP2242. 

JOLLY FROLICS. Motion pictures in this 
series, © Columbia Pictures Corp., are 
entered separately under their respective 
titles. 

JOY OF LIVING; THE ART OF RENOIR. Art 
Film Productions. Released by Twentieth 
Century-Fox Film Corp., 1952. 10 min., 
sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. 

Summary: Presents photographs of the 
paintings of Renoir which reflect the per- 
sonality of the artist and his enjoyment of 
life in Paris. 

Credits : Producer, Boris Vermont; direc- 
tor, Jean Oser; story and narration, Mildred 
Barish Vermont; narrator, Peter Allen; 
research, Marilyn Silverstone; music, 
Jacques D. Belasco; director of photography, 
Cyril J. Knowles. 

©Art Film Productions, inc.; 27Dec52; 
MP3463. 

JOY RIDE. LP2207. SEE Man against crime. 
Oct. 22, 1952. 

THE JUGGLER. Stanley Kramer Co. Re- 
leased by Columbia Pictures Corp., 1953. 
10 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the 
novel of the same title by Michael Blankfort. 

Summary : A drama reflecting the problems 
of refugees. A victim of Nazi persecution 
makes a painful adjustment to life in Israel. 
Filmed in part in Israel. 

Credits : Director, Edward Dmytryk; 
screenplay, Michael Blankfort; music score, 
George Antheil; music director, Morris 
Stoloff; film editor, Aaron Stell. Cast : Kirk 
Douglas, Oscar Karlweis, Richard Benedict, 
Paul Stewart, Milly Vitale, Joey Walsh. 

© The Stanley Kramer Co., inc.; 7Apr53; 
LP2506. 

JULIUS CAESAR. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 
Released by Loew's, 1953. 119 min.. sd., 
b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A film version of William 
Shakespeare's play of the same title. Setting: 
Rome in 44 B. C. 

Credits : Producer, John Houseman; direc- 
tor, Joseph L. Mankiewicz; music, Miklos 
Rozsa; film editor, John Dunning. Cast : 
Marlon Brando, James Mason, John Gielgud, 
Louis Calhern, Edmond O'Brien, Greer 
Garson, Deborah Kerr. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 2Mar53; LP2456. 

JUNGLE DRUMS OF AFRICA. Republic 
Pictures Corp., 1952. 2 reels each, sd., 
b&w, 35mm. Released in 12 chapters. 
© Republic Pictures; 19Dec52; trailer and 
no. 1-6, LP2379; no. 7-12, LP2618. 

Summary : A mining engineer and his as- 
sistant who are sent to Africa to locate and 
develop uranium deposits encounter resist- 
ance to their work by hostile natives and 
enemy agents. 

Credits : Associate producer, Franklin 
Adreon; director, Fred C. Brannon; written 
by Ronald Davidson; music, Stanley Wilson; 
film editors. Cliff Bell, Joe Harrison. Cast: 
Clay Moore, Phyllis Coates, Johnny Spencer, 
Roy Glenn, John Cason. 

1. Jungle ambush. 

2. Savage strategy. 

3. The beast-fiend. 

4. Voodoo vengeance. 

5. The lion pit. 

6. Underground tornado. 

7. Cavern of doom. 

8. The water trap. 

9. Trail to destruction. 

269306 O - 53 - 3 



10. The flaming ring. 

1 1. Bridge of death. 

12. The avenging river. 

JUNGLE JIM. SEE Savage mutiny. LP2400. 

JUNGLE MONARCHS. Columbia Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
(Animal cavalcade) 

Summary : Morey Amsterdam visits the 
World Jungle Compound, a training school 
for animals used in motion pictures. In- 
cludes scenes of Melvin Noontz and Pat An- 
thony training lions and of Larry White with 
Tusko, the baby elephant. 

Credits : Producer, Harry Foster; direc- 
tor, Ralph Staub; narrator, Morey Amster- 
dam; music. Jack Shaindlin. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 29Jan53; 
MP3471. 

JUSTICE EST FAITE. SEE Justice is done. 
LP2535. 

JUSTICE IS DONE. Silver Film, Paris, 1952. 
Released in the U. S. by Joseph Burstyn, 
inc. 95 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. In French 
with English titles. Released in France 
under the title Justice est faite. 

Summary : A drama of human nature. De- 
picts the backgrounds and reactions of seven 
jurists who sit in judgment on a woman ac- 
cused of the mercy killing of her incurably 
ill lover. 

Credits : Producer, Robert Dorfmann; 
director, Andr^ Cayatte; original story, 
Andr^ Cayatte, Charles Spaak; dialogue, 
Charles Spaak; English titles, Herman G. 
Weinberg; film editor, Pierre Delannoy. 
Cast : Claude NoUier, Michel Auclair, 
Balpetre, Jacques Castelot, Marcel Peres. 

©Silver Films; lNov52; LP2535. 



KALAMAZOO KLOUTERS. Twentieth Cen- 
tury-Fox Film Corp., 1952. 9 min., sd., 
b&w, 35mm. (Mel Allen's sport show) 

Summary : An account of professional 
baseball as played by women in the United 
States, describing coaches, players, and 
teams. Includes scenes of a game between 
the Battle Creek Belles and the Kalamazoo 
Daisies. 

Credits : Producer, Edmund Reek; direc- 
tor, Tom McMorrow; music director. Jack 
Shaindlin; film editor, Louis Ashley. 

© Twentieth Century- Fox Film Corp.; 
240ct52; MP3339. 

KANSAS PACIFIC. Allied Artists Produc- 
tions, 1953. 73 min., sd., color, 35mm. 

Summary : A western. An Army officer 
assigned to aid in the construction of the 
Kansas Pacific Railroad, succeeds in 
thwarting the sabotage plans of resentful 
Southerners. 

Credits : Producer, Walter Wanger; direc- 
tor, Raymond Nazarro; screenplay, Dan Ull- 
man; music, Albert Sendrey; music director, 
Marlin Skiles; film editors, William Austin, 
Walter Hannemann. Cast: Sterling Hayden, 
Eve Miller, Barton MacLane. Chubby John- 
son, Tom Fadden. 

© Allied Artists Productions; 22Feb53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2341. 

KARTUNE. Motion pictures in this series, 
© Paramount Pictures Corp., are entered 
separately under their respective titles. 

KEY TO OUR HORIZONS. Chevrolet Division, 
General Motors Corp. [1953] Produced by 
Jam Handy Organization. 1 reel, b&w, 
35mm. 

Summary: Emphasizes the economic and 
social importance of the automobile in 
America. 

© Chevrolet Division of General Motors 
Corp.; 5Jan53; MU5500. 

THE KID BROTHER. Adrian Weiss Produc- 
tions, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 



Based on the Craig Kennedy stories created 
by Arthur B. Reeve. 

Summary : A television mystery about 
Craig Kennedy, criminologist. 

Credits: Producer and director, Adrian 
Weiss; story, Ande Lamb; film editor, 
Michael Luciano. Cast: Donald Woods, 
Sydney Mason, Lewis Wilson. 

© Adrian Weiss Productions; 10Mar53 
(in notice: 1952); LP2395. 

THE KILLER. LP2673. SEE I'm the law, 
no. 23. 

KILLER BAIT. Lindsley Parsons Produc- 
tions, 1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A television mystery from the 
files of Jeffrey Jones. 

Credits : Associate producers, Warren 
Douglas, Ace Herman; director. Lew Lan- 
ders; written by Robert Raynor and Warren 
Douglas; film editor, Carl Pierson. Cast: 
Don Haggerty, Tristram Coffin, Frank Sully. 

© Lindsley Parsons Productions; 30ct52; 
LP2284. 

KILLER CAT. LP2222. SEE Man against 
crime. Dec. 10, 1952. 

KING OF CLUBS. RKO-Pathe, 1952. 8 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) 

Summary : Bobby Locke, a South African 
golfer who has won the British Open cham- 
pionship three times, demonstrates good 
and bad golfing technique. 

Credits : Director, Douglas Rankin; narra- 
tor, Andre Baruch; photographers, Eric 
Cross, Harry Fillan; editor, Stan Willis. 

© RKO-Pathe, inc.; 16Nov52; MP3622. 

KING WINTER. Universal Pictures Co., 1952. 
9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Variety view) 
A Universal-International picture. 

Summary : Describes the nine-day winter 
carnival celebration in St. Paul, Minn., 
presided over by King Boreas, God of the 
North Wind. 

Credits : Producer, Thomas Mead; direc- 
tor, Arthur Cohen; written by Allan Kitchel, 
Jr.; narrator, Ed Herlihy; editor, Ed. 
Bartsch. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 5Dec52; 
MP3235. 

KISS ME CAT. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1953. 
7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Looney tune car- 
toon) 

Summary : A bulldog endeavors to teach 
the kitten Pussyfoot the art of mouse catch- 
ing. 

Credits : Director, Charles M. Jones; 
story, Michael Maltese; animation, Lloyd 
Vaughan, Ken Harris, Ben Washam; music 
director, Carl Stalling. Technicolor. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 2Mar53 (in notice: 
1951); MP3315. 

THE KNIFE OF CARLOS VALERO. William 
Boyd Productions, 1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 
16mm. Based on characters created by 
Clarence E. Mulford. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
Hopalong Cassidy. 

Credits : Production supervisor, Glenn 
Cook; director, Derwin Abbe; screenplay, 
Harrison Jacobs; music, Raoul Kraushaar; 
film editor, Fred W. Berger. Cast : William 
Boyd, Edgar Buchanan, Harry Cording. 

© William Boyd Productions; 25Sep52; 
LP2277. 

THE KREMLIN'S PROBLEM PEOPLE: THE 

UKRAINIANS. March of Time, 1953. 
29 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Two young Ukrainians who 
escaped from their homeland behind the 
Iron Curtain discuss living and working 
conditions in the Ukrainian cities and on 
collective farms. Includes scenes of the 
Kiev ballet, Russian Army sword dancers, 
and the Moscow circus. 

© Time, inc.; llMar53; MP3569. 

THE KRESGE SPIRIT (Filmstrip) S. S. 
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THE KRESGE SPIRIT. Cont'd. 
Organization. 61 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for Kresge 
employees. 

© S. S. Kresge Co.; 3Apr53 (in notice: 
1952); JU7398. 



LADY FROM PARIS. LP2583. SEE Private 
secretary, no. 8. 

THE LADY WANTS MINK. Republic Pictures 
Corp., 1952. 92 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
Trucolor. 

Summary : A domestic comedy. The wife 
of a department store accountant decides to 
raise minks as a means of getting a fur 
coat. 

Credits : Associate producer-director, 
William A. Seiter; story, Leonard Neu- 
bauer, Lou Schor; screenplay, Dane Lussier, 
Richard Alan Simmons; music, Stanley Wil- 
son; film editor, Fred Allen. Cast : Dennis 
O'Keefe, Ruth Hussey, Eve Arden, William 
Demarest, Gene Lockhart. 

© Republic Pictures Corp.; 31Dec52; 
LP2529. 

THE LADY WITH THE BLUE SILK UMBREL- 
LA. Pacific Coast Borax Co., 1953. Pro- 
duced by Flying A Pictures. 2 reels, sd., 
b&w, 16mm. (Death Valley days series) 

Summary : Presents the story of Mary 
Helen Crosby, who, in the company of Gen- 
eral John Bidwell, custodian of the papers 
admitting California to the Union, concealed 
the papers in her umbrella to insure their 
safe arrival at San Francisco. 

Credits : Producer, Dorrell McGowan; 
director, Stuart McGowan; screenplay, 
Ruth C. Woodman; film editor. Jack Wheeler. 
Cast : Cathy Case, Rick Vallin, Ernestine 
Barrier. 

Appl. author: McCann Erickson, inc. 

© Borax Consolidated, ltd. (Pacific Coast 
Borax Co.); 9Jan53 (in notice: 1952); LP2293. 

LAGOON WALTZ. SEE Wine, woman, and 
song [and] Lagoon waltz. MP3289. 

LAND BATTLESHIP. Chrysler Corp., 1953. 
Made by Wilding Picture Productions. 
10 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 

Summary : Shows the construction and the 
dedication of Chrysler Corporation's tank 
arsenal in Delaware. 

Appl. title: Land battleships. 

© Chrysler Corp.; 15Apr53; MP3580. 

LAND OF THE UGLY DUCKLING. Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew's, 1952. 
9 min., sd., color, 35mm. (James A. Fitz- 
Patrick's traveltalks) 

Summary : Recreates scenes of the child- 
hood and early life of Hans Christian Ander- 
sen in Odense, Denmark, and of his later 
life as a writer of fairy tales. 

Credits : Producer and narrator, James A. 
FitzPatrick; photographer. Hone Glendinning. 
Technicolor. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 15Dec52 (in notice: 
1953); MP3267. 

THE LAST POSSE. Columbia Pictures Corp., 
1953. 71 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A western. After being mortally 
wounded, a once-respected sheriff who has 
become a drunkard is instrumental in expos- 
ing the crimes of a ruthless cattle baron. 

Credits : Producer, Harry Joe Brown; 
director, Alfred Werker; story, Seymour 
Bennett, Connie Lee Bennett; screenplay, 
Seymour Bennett, Connie Lee Bennett, Ken- 
neth Gamet; music director, Ross DiMaggio; 
film editor. Gene Havlick. Cast : Broderick 
Crawford, John Derek, Charles Bickford, 
Wanda Hendrix, Warner Anderson. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 14Apr53; 
LP2495. 

LAW AND ORDER. Universal Pictures Co., 
1953. 9 reels, sd., color, 35mm. 



A Universal-International picture. Based 
on a novel by William R. Burnett. 

Summary : A western. A United States 
marshal and his brothers bring law and 
order to a town dominated by an unscrupu- 
lous political boss and rancher. 

Credits : Producer, John Rogers; director, 
Nathan Juran; screenplay, John Bagni, Gwen 
Bagni, D. D. Beauchamp; music director, 
Joseph Gershenson; film editor, Ted Kent. 
Technicolor. Cast : Ronald Reagan, Dorothy 
Malone, Alex Nicol, Preston Foster, Russell 
Johnson. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 10Mar53; 
LP2445. 

THE LAW OF DEMAND AND SUPPLY. 
Coronet, 1952. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A businessman explains to his 
eighteen-year-old son how the law of supply 
and demand affects business and how such 
factors as government controls, monopolies, 
and the weather may influence the sale of a 
specific product. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, James 
Harvey Dodd. 

© John Smart; 2Dec52; MP3156. 

LAWS OF MOTION. Encyclopaedia Britannica 
Films, 1952. 13 min., sd., color, 16mm. 

Summary : Simple experiments explain 
the theory of Newton's three laws of motion — 
the phenomena of momentum and inertia, the 
concept of acceleration, and the theory of 
reciprocal attraction of all bodies. Shows 
everyday applications of these laws. 

Credits: Associate producer, Milan Her- 
zog; collaborator, O. W. Eshbach. Koda- 
chrome. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
230ct52; MP3341. 

LAYMEN WITNESS FOR CHRIST (Filmstrip) 
Tidings ( 1953) Produced by Jam Handy 
Organization. 93 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for laymen 
participating in an evangelistic visitation 
campaign. 

© Tidings; 3Apr53; JU7404. 

LEONARDO DA VINCI. Pictura Films Corp., 
1952. 70 min., sd., sepia with color se- 
quences, 35mm. 

Summary : Photographs of the 15th-century 
artist's paintings and voluminous notebooks 
with scenes of Vinci, Florence, Milan, and 
Amboise, where Leonardo da Vinci lived and 
worked. 

Credits: Producers, Leonid Kipnis, Her- 
man Starr; directors, Luciano Emmer, 
Lauro Venturi; commentary. Marcel Brion; 
narrator, Albert Dekker; research adviser, 
Francis Henry Taylor, with the cooperation 
of the staff of the Metropolitan Museum of 
Art; music, Roman Vlad; photography, Mario 
Craveri, Antonio Harispe, Andre Thomas, 
Boris Kaufman. 

© Pictura Films Corp.; 20Nov52; MP3093. 

LES BROWN AND HIS ORCHESTRA — CRAZY 
FROLIC. Universal Pictures Co., 1953. 
15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A Universal- 
International picture. 

Summary : A musical short which features 
Les Brown and his orchestra, Eileen Wilson, 
the Dupree trio, and Lucy Ann Polk. 

Credits : Producer and director. Will 
Cowan; film editor, Russell Schoengarth. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 10Mar53; 
LP2443. 

LET FREEDOM RING (Filmstrip) Popular 
Science Pub. Co., 1953. Produced in coop- 
eration with the World book encyclopedia. 
47 fr., color, 35mm. (The American way, 
no. 2) 

Summary : Explains that the majority of 
settlers came to America in search of free- 
dom. Describes their struggle for the civil 
liberties which are granted to American 
citizens by the Bill of Rights. Ansco color. 
© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 30Jan53 
(in notice: 1952); JP1916. 



LET'S GET PERSONAL (Filmstrip) Lincoln- 
Mercury Sales Council, 1953. Made by 
Wilding Picture Productions. 108 fr., b&w, 
35mm. (Lincoln-Mercury sales round- 
table, no. 5) 

© Lincoln-Mercury Division of Ford 
Motor Co. (in notice: Ford Motor Co.); 
26Jan53; JP2058. 

LET'S LEARN ABOUT MAGNETS (Filmstrip) 
Tested Teaching Films Corp., 1953. 53 fr., 
color, 35mm. 

Summary : Shows the various types of mag- 
nets and the objects which they attract. Ex- 
plains that every magnet has two poles and 
that the needle of a compass moves in rela- 
tion to the earth's magnetic poles. Includes 
legendary stories which account for the dis- 
covery of magnetism. Ansco color. 

© Tested Teaching Films Corp.; 25Feb53; 
JP1908. 

LET'S LEARN ABOUT TREES (Filmstrip) 
Tested Teaching Films Corp., 1953. 51 fr., 
color, 35mm. 

Summary : Explains that evergreen trees 
can be distinguished from hardwood trees by 
their leaves. Describes the characteristics 
of various species of pine, fir, cedar, 
spruce, and other evergreen trees. Includes 
drawings which show the largest tree in the 
United States and the oldest tree in the 
world. Ansco color. 

© Tested Teaching Films Corp.; 25Feb5 3: 
JP1914. 

LET'S LEARN ABOUT TREES, PT. 2. SEE 
Let's learn about trees by their leaves. 
JP1913. 

LET'S LEARN ABOUT TREES BY THEIR 
LEAVES (Filmstrip) Tested Teaching 
Films Corp., 1953. 62 fr., color, 35mm. 

Summary : Drawings are used to show the 
leaves of various species of maple, oak, 
elm, walnut, and other hardwood trees; dis- 
cusses the value and usefulness of lumber 
cut from the hardwood trees. Ansco color. 

Appl. title: Let's learn about trees, pt. 2. 

© Tested Teaching Films Corp.; 25Feb53; 
JP1913. 

LET'S MEASURE: INCHES, FEET, AND 
YARDS. Coronet, 1953. 11 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Summary : A young boy, endeavoring to 
estimate distances, is taught by his father 
to use a ruler and a yardstick to find the 
length of familiar objects. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, F. Lyn- 
wood Wren. 

© John Smart; 26Jan53; MP3307. 

LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION. Great 
Lakes Steel Corp., Stran-Steel Division, 
1953. Produced by Wilding Picture Produc- 
tions. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Explains the advantages of 
using long-span multiple Quonset buildings, 
and displays the types of buildings which 
are available. 

© Great Lakes Steel Corp., Stran-Steel 
Division; 31Jan53; LP2357. 

LIFE CYCLE OF THE FROG. United World 
Films, 1948. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
(Zoology series) 

Summary : Shows egg fertilization and 
development of the embryo frog. Includes 
time -lapse photographs showing the tad- 
pole's growth and phases of metamorphosis. 
For high school and college students. 

Credits : Written by Robert Youngson; 
consultant, F. L. FitzPatrick; editors. Jack 
Davis, Marc S. Asch. 

© United World Films, inc.; lMar48 (in 
notice: 1947); MP3458. 

LIFE IN OTHER COUNTRIES SERIES. SEE 
A family of Canada. JP1952. 
A family of Denmark. JP1953. 
A family of Greece. JP1954. 
A family of Switzerland. JP1956. 
A family of the Netherlands. JP1955. 
A family of Turkey. JP1957. 



1953 



MOTION PICTURES AND FILMSTRIPS 



27 



LIFE ON THE FARM (Filmstrip) William P. 
Gottlieb Co. Released by Encyclopaedia 
Britannica Films, 1953. 6 filmstrips, color, 
35mm. Eastman color. 

Contents : Feeding the animals. 50 fr. — 
Gathering eggs. 47 fr. — Haying. 47 fr.— 
Milking. 47 fr. — Picking fruit. 50 fr.— 
Picking vegetables. 46 fr. 

Credits : Collaborator, Arville Wheeler. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
9Mar53; JP2078. 

LIGHTS ON. Chevrolet Motor Division [ 1953] 
Produced by Jam Handy Organization. 
75 ft., color, 35mm. 

Summary : Presents the features of the 
1953 Chevrolet passenger car. Eastman 
color. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 16Feb53; MU5512. 

LILI. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by 
Loew's, 1953. 80 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
Based on a story by Paul Gallico. 

Summary : While traveling with a carnival 
troupe in France, a young orphan girl falls 
in love with an embittered puppeteer whose 
career as a ballet dancer was terminated by 
a war injury. 

Credits : Producer, Edwin H. Knopf; 
director, Charles Walters; screenplay, Helen 
Deutsch; music, Bronislau Kaper; film edi- 
tor, Ferris Webster. Technicolor. Cast : 
Leslie Caron, Mel Ferrer, Jean Pierre 
Aumont, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Kurt Kasznar. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 17Feb53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2458. 

LITERATURE APPRECIATION: HOW TO 
READ ESSAYS. Coronet, 1952. 13 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Explains that an understanding 
of an author's life and times, his point of 
view, and his style of writing leads to an 
appreciation of his essays. Clarifies, 
through illustrative examples, selected pas- 
sages from essays by Hunt, Addison, Emer- 
son, Ruskin, Thackeray, Bacon, Stevenson, 
and White. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, Wil- 
liam J. Iverson. 

© Gaby Dure Smart, Continental Illinois 
National Bank and Trust Company of Chica- 
go, executors of the estate of David A. Smart, 
deceased (in notice: David A. Smart); 
29Aug52; MP3158. 

LITERATURE APPRECIATION: HOW TO 
READ NOVELS. Coronet, 1953. 12 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Explains how the enjoyment 
of reading a novel can be increased through 
studying the background of the author, pic- 
turing the setting, and understanding the 
characters. Discusses George Eliot's Silas 
Marner to illustrate these points. 

Credits: Educational collaborator, Ruth 
Strang. 

© John Smart; 30Apr53; MP3518. 

THE LITTLE BOY WITH A BIG HORN. 
United Productions of America. Released 
by Columbia Pictures Corp., 1953. 7 min., 
sd., color, 35mm. (Jolly frolics) 

Summary : An animated cartoon. A little 
boy whose tuba playing has aroused the ire 
of the townspeople earns their gratitude when 
his music prevents a ship from grounding 
on the rocks. 

Credits : Director, Robert Cannon; screen- 
play, T. Hee, Robert Cannon; story. Jack 
Becholdt; animation. Bill Melendez, Frank 
Smith, Tom McDonald; music, George Bruns. 

© Cv^lumbia Pictures Corp.; 24Mar53; 
LP2435. 

THE LITTLE DUCKS (Filmstrip) Pat 
Dowling Pictures, 1953. 23 fr., color, 
35mm. Eastman color. 

Summary : The adventures of five little 
ducks who wander away from home in search 
of their supper. Captioned cartoon drawings. 

Credits : Story, Calvin A. Maehl; pictures, 
Lorencie Dyer. 



© Calvin Albert Maehl, Miss Lorencie 
Dyer; lMar53; JP1974. 

LITTLE JOHNNY JET. Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer. Released by Loew's, 1953. 7 min., 
sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. 

Summary : An animated cartoon about a 
B-29 airplane whose offspring turns out to 
be a jet. 

Credits : Producer, Fred Quimby; direc- 
tor, Tex Avery; story. Heck Allen; anima- 
tion, Walter Clinton, Grant Simmons, 
Michael Lah, Ray Patterson, Robert Bentley; 
music, Scott Bradley. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 31Mar53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2520. 

LITTLE ROQUEFORT IN FLOP SECRET. 
Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth Cen- 
tury-Fox Film Corp., 1952. 7 min., sd., 
color, 35mm. (Terrytoon cartoon) 

Summary : Little Roquefort rescues an 
unfriendly cat from the clutches of a mad 
scientist. 

Credits : Producer, Paul Terry; director, 
Eddie Donnelly; story, Tom Morrison; 
music, Philip A. Scheib. Technicolor. 

© Terrytoons, inc.; 12Sep52; LP2404. 

LITTLE ROQUEFORT IN MOUSE MEETS 
BIRD. Terrytoons. Distributed by Twentieth 
Century-Fox Film Corp., 1952. 7 min., sd., 
color, 35mm. (Terrytoon cartoon) 

Summary : Percy the cat is distracted 
from his hunt for Little Roquefort, the 
mouse, when he discovers a caged canary 
in the house. 

Credits : Producer, Paul Terry; director, 
Connie Rasinski; story, Tom Morrison; 
music, Philip A. Scheib. 

© Terrytoons, inc.; 15Nov52; LP2329. 

LITTLE ROQUEFORT IN PLAYFUL PUSS. 
Terrytoons, Released by Twentieth Century- 
Fox Film Corp., 1953. 7 min., sd., color, 
35mm. (Terrytoon cartoon) Technicolor. 

Summary : An animated cartoon about the 
unsuccessful attempts of the cat Percy to 
enlist the aid of a kitten in catching Little 
Roquefort, the mouse. 

Credits : Producer, Paul Terry; director, 
Mannie Davis; story, Tom Morrison; music, 
Philip A. Scheib. 

© Terrytoons, inc.; 13Feb53; LP2603. 

THE LITTLEST EXPERT ON HORSE AND 
BUGGY DAYS. Paramount Pictures Corp., 
1953. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Topper 
series) 

Summary : Charlie Hankinson, the Littlest 
Expert, comments on events and customs of 
the turn of the century. Includes newsreel 
clips of the San Francisco fire and other 
events of the period. 

Credits : Producer, Justin Herman. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 24Apr53 (in 
notice: 1952); MP3495. 

LOCAL GOVERNMENT. SEE Government 
in action. JP1968. 

LOG JAM. RKO-Pathe, 1952. 9 min., sd., 
b&w, 35mm. (Screenliner) 

Summary : Shows loggers manipulating 
the flow of timber down the Machias River 
in Maine. Includes scenes of lumberjacks 
breaking log jams with dynamite and with 
their ancient hand tools — the pike, the pole, 
and the peavy. 

Credits : Producer, Burton Benjamin; 
director, William Deeke; written by Earle 
Luby; narrator, Alan Ben Oak; music, John 
Gart; editor, Sidney Katz. 

© RKO Pathe, inc.; 260ct52; MP3404. 

LONE HAND. Universal Pictures Co., 1953. 
80 min., sd., color, 35mm. A Universal- 
International picture. Technicolor. 

Summary : In order to track down the 
leader of a band of outlaws, an undercover 
Pinkerton agent, who poses as a settler, 
allows his young son and wife to believe that 
he has joined the band. Time: 1870's. 

Credits: Producer, Howard Christie; 
director, George Sherman; story, Irving 



Ravetch; screenplay, Joseph Hoffman; 
music director, Joseph Gershenson; film ed- 
itor, Paul Weatherwax. Cast : Joel Mc- 
Crea, Barbara Hale, Alex Nicol, Charlie 
Drake, Jimmy Hunt. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 10Mar53- 
LP2588. 

LONE RANGER TELEVISION SERIES. 
Motion pictures in this series, © Lone 
Ranger, inc., are entered separately under 
their respective titles. 

LONELY HEARTS. Louis G. Cowan, inc., 
1952. 24 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Fearless 
Fosdick adventures, no. A- 12) Based on a 
comic strip character created by Al Capp 
[pseud, of Alfred Gerald Caplin] 

Summary : A puppet show which relates 
the adventures of detective Fearless Fos- 
dick and a romantic Latin who marries and 
then murders wealthy women. 

Credits : Producer, Charles Guggenheim; 
director and marionettes, Mary Chase; 
script, Everett Crosby; puppeteers, Frank 
Sullivan, Silvia Meredith, Donald Sommers; 
film editor, Andrew Bellenot. Cast : Voices, 
John Griggs, Gilbert Mack, Jean Carson. 

Appl. title: Fearless Fosdick in Lonely 
hearts. 

© Louis G. Cowan, inc.; 22Jun52 (in notice: 
1951); LP2264. 

LOOK SHARP MARCH OPENING. SEE Base- 
ball. MP3169. 

LOOKING FOR THE CAUSE. SEE A way to 
efficient production. JP1785. 

LOONEY TUNE CARTOON. Motion pictures 
in this series, © Vitaphone Corp., are 
entered separately under their respective 
titles. 

LOOSE IN LONDON. Allied Artists Produc- 
tions. Released by Monogram Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 63 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A slapstick comedy. When one 
of their gang is mistaken as a distant 
relative of a wealthy English earl, the Bow- 
ery Boys go to London where they uncover 
a plot to murder the Englishman. 

Credits : Producer, Ben Schwalb; director, 
Edward Bernds; screenplay, Elwood UUman, 
Edward Bernds; music director, Marlin 
Skiles; film editor, John C. Fuller. Cast: 
Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall, Bennie Bartlett, 
David Condon, Bernard Gorcey. 

© Monogram Pictures Corp.; 24May53; 
LP2594. 

LOOSE LOOT. Columbia Pictures Corp., 
1953. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A slapstick comedy about the 
Three Stooges and the difficulties that they 
encounter as subpoena servers. 

Credits : Producer and director, Jules 
White; story, Felix Adler; screenplay. Jack 
White; film editor, Edwin Bryant. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 2Apr53; 
LP2503. 

LOST IN A TURKISH BATH. RKO Radio 
Pictures, 1952. 16 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A slapstick comedy. A process 
server is subjected to harsh treatment in a 
Turkish bath when he attempts to serve a 
subpoena to the owner. 

Credits : Producer, George Bilson; direc- 
tor, Hal Yates; screenplay. Earl Baldwin; 
film editor, Edward W. Williams. Cast : Gil 
Lamb, Carol Hughes, Claire Carleton, 
Emory Parnell, George Givot. 

© RKO Radio Pictures, inc.; 20Dec52; 
LP2471. 

THE LOST PLANET. Columbia Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 2 reels each, sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Credits : Producer, Sam Katzman; direc- 
tor, Spencer G. Bennet; story and screen- 
play, Arthur Hoerl, George H. Plympton; 
music director, Ross DiMaggio; film editor. 
Earl Turner. 
© Columbia Pictures Corp. 



28 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Jan.-June 



THE LOST PLANET. Cont'd. 

1. The mystery of the guided missile. 
© 7May53; LP2547. 

2. Trapped by the axial propeller. 
© 14May53; LP2593. 

3. Blasted by the thermic disintegrator. 
©21May53; LP2586. 

4. The mind control machine. © 28May53; 
LP2599. 

5. The atomic plane. © 4Jun53; LP2647. 

6. Disaster in the stratospherel © llJun53; 
LP2649. 

7. Snared by the prysmic catapult. 
© 18Jun53; LP2681. 

LUMBER FOR HOUSES. Viking Pictures 
Corp. Released by Encyclopaedia Britannica 
Films, 1952. 12 nain., sd.. b&w. 16mm. 

Summary : Shows a logging crew cutting 
down trees with a chain saw, a bucker sawing 
the trees into logs, and a hauling crew super- 
vising the transportation of logs to a mill 
where the logs are debarked, trimmed, and 
cut into boards before being sent to a planing 
mill. 

Credits : Collaborator, Gordon D. Marck- 
worth. 

©Viking Pictures Corp.; 5Nov52; MP3311. 

LURE OF THE TURF. RKO-Pathe, 1952. 
8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) 

Summary : A newcomer to racing, Mary 
Marsh observes the operation and super- 
vision of the Saratoga race track, meets 
outstanding jockeys, trainers, jind owners, 
and watches one of her horses run at the 
Belmont race track. 

Credits : Producer, Jay Bonafield; written 
by Joseph Walsh; narrator, Clem McCarthy. 

© RKO Pathe, inc.; 13Aug52; MP3233. 

LUXURY GIRLS. Cines, Rome. Released in 
the U. S. by United Artists Corp., 1953. 
96 min., sd., b&w, 33mm. 

Summary : A melodrama about the petty 
intrigues, jealousies, and puppy love affairs 
of a group of wealthy girls from Europe 
and America who are attending an exclusive 
Swiss finishing school. Filmed in the Italian 
Alps. 

Credits : Producer. Carlo Civallero; direc- 
tor, Piero Mussetta; written by Ennio 
Flaiano; music, Nino Rota; film editor, 
Gabriel Varriale. CaSl: Susan Stephen, 
Anna Maria Ferrero, Jacques Sernas, Steve 
Barclay, Marine Vlady. 

© C.LN.E.S.; 30Jan53; LP2427. 



M 



M. D. F. WUliam Hart ( 1953J 5 min., sd.. 
b&w, I6mm. 

Summary : First in a television series. 
A doctor discusses hypertension. 

© F. WUliam Hart; 16Feb53; MU55H. 

MA AND PA KETTLE ON VACATION. Uni- 
versal Pictures Co., 1953. 75 nun., sd., 
b&w, 35mm. A Universal-International 
picture. 

Summary : A comedy. The Kettles be- 
come involved with spies and the Secret 
Service during a vacation in Paris. 

Credits : Producer, Leonard Goldstein; 
director, Charles Lamont; written by Jack 
Henley; music director, Joseph Gershenson; 
film editor, Leonard Weiner. Cast : Mar- 
jorie Main, Percy Kilbride, Ray Collins, 
Bodil Miller, Barbara Brown. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 5Mar53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2352. 

MADE -TO-ORDER (Filmstrip) Chevrolet 
Motor Division (1953] Made by Jam Handy 
Organization. 61 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 18May53; JU7496. 

THE MAGIC SHELF. Campbell Soup Co. 
[ 1953] Produced by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. 3 reels, color, 16mm. 



Summary : Demonstrates the variety of 
uses for Campbell Soup in the preparation 
of a meal. Kodachrome. 

© Campbell Soup Co.; 5Jan53 (in notice: 
1952); MU5499. 

THE MAGIC TOUCH. Chevrolet Division, 
General Motors Corp. ( 1953] Produced by 
Jam Handy Organization. 2 reels, b&w, 
35mm. 

Summary : Presents the performance and 
economy features of the 1953 Chevrolet. 

© Chevrolet Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 19Jan53 (in notice: 1952); MU5503. 

THE MAGIC WHEEL. National Cash Register 
Co., 1952. Made by Jerry Fairbanks, inc. 
3 reels, sd., color, 16mm. 

Summary : Discusses employee relation- 
ship policies of the National Cash Register 
Company. Scenes of the plant include the 
assembly rooms, cafeteria. Medical Dept. 
and treatment rooms, and the employees' 
recreation grounds. 

Credits : Director, Albert Kelley; screen- 
play, Leo S. Rosencrans; film editor, 
Richard Fritch. 

© The National Cash Register Co.; 24Dec52; 
LP2628. 

MAKE A WISH. Chevrolet Motor Division 
[1953] Produced by Jam Haindy Organization. 
75 ft., color, 35mm. 

Summary : Presents the features of the 
1953 Chevrolet passenger car. Eastman 
color. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 16Feb53; MU5516. 

MAKE YOUR SHIP COME IN: PROSPECTING 
(Filmstrip) GMC Truck Division [ 1953] 
Made by Jam Handy Organization. 75 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen. 

© GMC Truck Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 17Jun53; JU7530. 

MAKING A MURAL. SEE Intermediate art 
series, no. 7. JP1811. 

MAKING THAT SALE. McGraw-HUl Book 
Co., 1952. Produced by Transfilm. 14 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. (Salesmanship series) 
Correlated with Textbook of salesmanship, 
by Frederic A. Russell and Frank H. Beach. 

Summary : An cmimated training film which 
reviews the basic principles of salesman- 
ship and demonstrates an effective method 
for closing sales. Shows the value of re- 
stating the points which have the customer's 
agreement and emphasizing the advantages 
of immediate action by the customer. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 29Sep52; 
MP3225. 

LE MALADE IM AGIN AIRE. SEE The hypo- 
chondriac. MP3106. 

MAN AGAINST CRIME. R. J. Reynolds To- 
bacco Co., 1952-53. Produced by Pathe- 
scope Productions. 3 reels each, sd., b&w, 
16mm. © R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. 

Summary : A television mystery series 
which features Mike Bamett, private de- 
tective. 

Credits : Producer, Edward J. Montagne; 
directors, Edward J. Montagne, Paul Alter, 
Frank McDonald, William Berke; created 
by Lawrence Klee; music, Frank Lewin; 
film editor, Marie Montagne. 

Oct. 1, 1952. Phobia. Written by Checkley 
Ellis. Cast : Ralph Bellamy, Jack Warden, 
Gloria McGhee. 
© 10ct52; LP2205. 
Oct. 8, 1952. Murder in rhyme. Written by 
Vincent Bogert. Cast: Ralph Bellamy, 
Patricia Barry, Phil Dixon. 
© 80ct52; LP2206. 
Oct. 15, 1952. Baker Grandee. Written by 
Burton Benjamin. Cast : Ralph Bellamy, 
Jack Manning, Michael Strong. 
© 150ct52; LP2204. 



Oct. 22, 1952. Joy ride. Written by Checkley 
Ellis. Cast: Ralph Bellamy, Joseph Down- 
ing, John Pavelko. 
© 220ct52; LP2207. 
Oct. 29, 1952. Carpathia. Written by Mar- 
cus Kearney. Cast: Ralph Bellamy, 
Teresa Celli, Russell Brown. 
© 290ct52; LP2208. 
Nov. 5, 1952. Paradise lost. Written by 
Checkley Ellis. Cast : Ralph Bellamy, 
Beverly Dennis, Alan Shayne. 
© 5Nov52; LP2209. 
Nov. 12, 1952. The great train robbery. 
Written by Vincent Bogert. Cast : Ralph 
Bellamy, Bert Thorn, Pat Ferris. 
© 12Nov52; LP2210. 
Nov. 19, 1952. Get out of town. Written by 
Burton Benjamin. Cast : Ralph Bellamy 
Jean Bradley, Henry Lascoe. 
© 19Nov52; LP2203. 
Nov. 26, 1952. Fuller's folly. Written by 
Max Ehrlich. Cast : Ralph Bellamy, Diana 
Herbert, Jim Boles. 
© 26Nov52; LP2211. 
Dec. 3, 1952. Women's reformatory. Writ- 
ten by Stanley Silverman. Cast : Ralph 
Bellamy, Joyce Randolph, Ralph Stanley. 
© 20Jan53 (in notice: 1952); LP2225. 
Dec. 10, 1952. Killer cat. Written by Wil- 
liam L. Stuart. Cast : Ralph Bellamy, 
Mary K. Wells, Calvin Thomas. 
© 20Jan53 (in notice: 1952); LP2222. 
Dec. 17, 1952. Bartholdi. Written by Check- 
ley Ellis. Cast : Ralph Bellamy, Carl 
Benson, Irene Champlain. 
© 20Jan53 (in notice: 1952); LP2224. 
Dec. 24, 1952. The day they kidnapped 
Santa Claus. Written by Vincent Bogert. 
Cast: Ralph Bellamy, Harold Vermilyea, 
Nita Talbot. 
© 20Jan53 (in notice: 1952); LP2223. 
Dec. 31, 1952. Dragon's blood. Written by 
Burton Benjamin. Cast : Ralph Bellamy, 
Harry Kadison, Joe Draper. 
© 26Jan53 (in notice: 1952); LP2243. 
Jan. 7, 1953. The breaking point. Written 
by Hamilton Benz. Cast: Ralph Bellamy, 
Basil Howes. Chester Stratton. 
© 10Feb53; LP2282. 
Jan. 14. 1953. Ferry boat. Written by 
Vincent Bogert. Cast : Ralph Bellamy, 
Jacques Aubuchon, Shirley Stanlee. 
© 10Feb53; LP2283. 
Jan. 21, 1953. Murder in the studio. Written 
by William Kendall Clarke. Cast : Ralph 
Bellamy, Gregg Juarez, Kurt Richards. 
© 6Mar53; LP2413. 
Jan. 28, 1953. The silken touch. Written 
by Stanley Niss. Cast : Ralph Bellamy, 
Lee Krieger, Philip Kenneally. 
© 6Mar53; LP2412. 
Feb. 4, 1953. Third rail. Written by Bill 
Demling. Cast : Ralph Bellamy, Lew 
Charles, Irene Champlin. 
© 4Feb53; LP2494. 
Feb. 11, 1953. Exclusive. Written by Burton 
Benjamin and Robert Shaplen. Cast : Ralph 
Bellamy, Henry Lascoe, Norman Mackay. 
© llFeb53; LP2576. 
Feb. 18, 1953. The midnight express. 
Written by William Stuart. Cast : Ralph 
Bellamy, Audrey Meadows, Jack Lord. 
© 18Feb53; LP2491. 
Feb. 25, 1953. A bottle of death. Written by 
Phil Reisman, Jr., from a story by Don 
Sanford. Cast : Ralph Bellamy, Terry 
Becker, John Pavelko. 
© 25Feb53; LP2490. 
Mar. 4, 1953. The iceman. Written by 
Stanley Niss. Cast: Ralph Bellamy, Scott 
McKay, Patricia Ferris. 
© 4Mar53; LP2492. 
Mar. 11, 1953. Death takes a partner. 
Written by P. Harry Namsier. Cast: Ralph 
Bellamy, Don Hanmer, Boris Aplon. 
© llMar53; LP2493. 
Mar. 18, 1953. Sic transit Gloria. Written 
by Vincent Bogert. Cast: Ralph Bellamy, 
Nita Talbot, Jack Warden. 
© 18Mar53; LP2577. 
Mar. 25, 1953. Family affair. Written by 
Checkley Lllis. Cast : Ralph Bellamy, 
Gloria McGhee, Alan Shayne. 
© 25Mar53; LP2575. 



1953 



MOTION PICTURES AND FILMSTRIPS 



29 



Apr. 1, 1953. Hitch heisters. Written by 
Stanley Niss. Cast : Ralph Bellamy, 
Dolores Sutton, Patricia Sales. 
© lApr53; LP2578. 
Apr. 8, 1953. Free ride. Written by Art 
Stark and Irving Elman. Cast : Ralph 
Bellamy, Jack Manning, Constance Clausen. 
© 8Apr53; LP2591. 
Apr. 15, 1953. Death below decks. Written 
by Bill Demling. Cast : Ralph Bellamy, 
Grady Sutton, Frank Marth. 
© 15Apr53; LP2589. 
Apr. 22, 1953. High ambush. Written by 
William Stuart. Cast : Ralph Bellamy, 
Michael Kellin. Robert Harris. 
© 22Apr53; LP2590. 
May 6, 1953. The coconut's eye. Written by 
William L. Stuart. Cast : Ralph Bellamy. 
© 6May53; LP2677. 
May 13, 1953. Room 505. Written by Vin- 
cent Bogert. Cast : Ralph Bellamy. 
© 13May53; LP2664. 

THE MAN BEHIND THE GUN. Warner Bros. 
Pictures. 1952. 82 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
Based on a story by Robert Buckner. 

Summary : An Army officer, acting as an 
undercover agent in the 1850's, investigates 
a plot to make Southern California a separate 
state. 

Credits : Producer, Robert Sisk; director, 
Felix Feist; screenplay, John Twist; music, 
David Buttolph; film editor, Owen Marks. 
Cast : Randolph Scott, Patrice Wymore, 
Dick Wesson, Philip Carey, Lina Romay. 

© Warner Bros. Pictures, inc.; 28Dec52; 
LP2201. 

MAN ON A TIGHTROPE. TwenUeth Century- 
Fox Film Corp., 1953. 105 min., sd., b&w, 
35mm. Based on a story by Neil Paterson. 

Summary : A suspense melodrama. The 
manager of a circus, who finds life in Com- 
munist Czechoslovakia intolerable, executes 
a daring escape that takes his entire troupe 
into the American Zone of Germany. Time: 
1952. Filmed in Austria and Germany. 

Credits : Producer, Robert L. Jacks; 
director, Elia Kazan; screenplay, Robert E. 
Sherwood; music director, Franz Waxman; 
film editor, Dorothy Spencer. Cast : Fredric 
March, Terry Moore, Gloria Grahame, 
Cameron Mitchell, Adolphe Menjou. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
lApr53; LP2598. 

THE MAN SICK OF THE PALSY (FUmstrip) 
Concordia Pub. House, 1952. 22 fr., color, 
35mm. 

Summary : A pictorial portrayal of Jesus 
healing the man sick with palsy. Matthew 9: 
1-8; Mark 2: 1-12; Luke 5: 18-26. 

Credits : Author, Robert Isely. Ansco 
color. 

© Concordia Pub. House; 9Jan52 (in notice: 
1951); JP1795. 

THE MAN WHO CAME TO MURDER. LP2512. 
SEE Mr. and Mrs. North. No. 28. 

MAN'S PROBLEM. Conservation Foundation 
in association with the New York Zoological 
Society. Released by Encyclopaedia Britan- 
nica Films, 1953. 19 min., sd., color, 
16mm. (The living water series, no. 2) 
Kodachrome. 

Summary : Explains that man's Increasing 
need for water has resulted in the building 
of aqueducts, reservoirs, and dams. Ex- 
plains that man may assure himself of an 
adequate water supply by preserving nature's 
resources, by working with engineers, con- 
servationists, and scientists, and by proper 
care of forests, land, and rivers that make 
up the watersheds. 

Credits : Producers, John C. Gibbs, George 
Brewer; story and photography, John H. 
Storer; narration, George Bryan; animation. 
Tempo, inc. 

© The New York Zoological Society; 
16Mar53 (in notice: 1952); MP3656. 

THE MAP. Lone Ranger, inc., 1952. Pro- 
duced by Jack Chertok Productions. 26 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George W. 



Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; direc- 
tor, Paul Landres; teleplay, Tom Seller; 
editor, Everett Dodd. Cast : John Hart. 
Jay SUverheels, Frank Wilcox. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 13Nov52; LP2355. 

THE MARAUDERS. William Boyd Produc- 
tions, 1947. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Based on characters created by Clarence E. 
Mulford. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
Hopalong Cassidy. 

Credits : Producer, Lewis J. Rachmil; 
director, George Archainbaud; music, Raoul 
Kraushaar; film editor. Fred W. Berger. 
Cast : William Boyd, Andy Clyde, Rand 
Brooks. 

© Hopalong Cassidy Productions, inc.; 
lJan47; LP2382. 

MARCHING ALONG. SEE Stars and stripes 
forever. LP2347. 

MARINE LIFE. Encyclopaedia Britannica 
Films. 1953. 11 min., sd., color, 16mm. 
Kodachrome. 

Summary : Underwater photography is 
used in showing how big fish hunt for victinis 
while the small fish seek safety. Includes 
scenes of a porpoise, a sea turtle, an angel 
fish, a Spanish hogfish, a sawfish, an octopus, 
a green moray, a baracuda, and different 
species of crabs and sharks. Photographed 
at the Marine Studios at Marineland, Fla. 

Credits : Producers, E. S. Keller, F. W. 
Keller; collaborator, Walter H. Chute; 
photographer, David Quaid. 

© F. W. Von Keller, E. S. Von Keller (in 
notice: F. W. Keller, E. S. Keller); lApr53; 
MP3655. 

MARKED CARDS. William Boyd Productions, 
1952. 3 reels, sd.. b&w, 16mm. Based on 
characters x:reated by Clarence E. Mulford. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
Hopalong Cassidy. 

Credits : Production supervisor, Glenn 
Cook; director, Derwin Abbe; screenplay, 
Harrison Jacobs; music, Raoul Kraushaar; 
fUm editor, Sherman A. Todd. Cast : Wil- 
liam Boyd, Edgar Buchanan, Tommy Ivo. 

© William Boyd Productions, inc.; 280ct52; 
LP2388. 

MARKED X. Screen Associates, 1953. 
3 reels, sd., b&w. 16mm. 

Summary : A melodrama. When a bookie 
agrees to become a State's witness he is 
murdered by the dishonest chief of police. 

Credits : . Producer, Rudy E. Abel; direc- 
tor, Peter Godfrey; teleplay, Robert Patter- 
son; editor, Marvin Coil. Cast : Barry 
Kelley, Ben Welden, Morris Ankrum. 

© Screen Associates, inc.; 4Feb53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2417. 

THE MARKSMAN. Allied Artists Produc- 
tions. Released by Monogram Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 61 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A western. A deputy United 
States marshal who is a superior marksman 
poses as a prospector in an attempt to cap- 
ture a gang of cattle rustlers. 

Credits : Producer. Vincent M. Fennelly; 
director, Lewis Collins; screenplay, Dan 
UUman; music, Raoul Kraushaar; film edi- 
tor, Sam Fields. Cast: Wayne Morris, 
Stanford JoUey, Elena Verdugo, Frank Fer- 
guson. Rick Vallin. 

© Monogram Pictures Corp.; 5Apr53; 
LP2479. 

MARSHAL FROM MADERO. Range Rider 
Productions, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Range Rider western for 
television. 

Credits : Producer, Hugh McCoUum; 
director, William Berke; screenplay. Joseph 
F. Poland; music score. Walter Greene; 
music supervisor, Irving Friedman; film 



editor, Anthony Wollner. Cast : Jack Ma- 
honey. Dick Jones, Margaret Field. 

© Range Rider Productions; 17Apr53; 
LP2515. 

MARSHAL OF CEDAR ROCK. RepubUc Pic- 
tures Corp., 1953. 54 min., sd., b&w, 
35mm. 

Summary : A western about a U. S. marshal 
who discovers that a respected citizen engi- 
neered a robbery of his own bank in order to 
impoverish his depositers and gain control 
of their property. 

Credits : Associate producer, Rudy Ral- 
ston; director, Harry Keller; story, 
M. Coates Webster; screenplay, Albert De- 
Mond; music, Stanley Wilson; film editor, 
Tony Martinelli. Cast : Allan "Rocky" Lane, 
Eddy Waller, Phyllis Coates, Roy Barcroft. 
Bill Henry. 

©Republic Pictures Corp.; 6Jan53 (in 
noUce: 1952); LP2378. 

MARY ANOINTS JESUS (FUmstrip) Concor- 
dia Pub. House, 1952. 21 fr., color, 35mm. 

Summary : A pictorial account of Mary, 
the sister of Martha, who anointed Jesus' 
head and feet with a costly perfume to show 
her devotion to Him. Matthew 26: 6-13; 
Mark 14: 3-9; John 12: 1-11. 

Credits : Author. Robert Isely. Ansco 
color. 

© Concordia Pub. House; 6Feb52; JP1794. 

MARY HAD A LITTLE LAMB: BACKGROUND 
FOR READING AND EXPRESSION. Coronet, 
1952. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A live-action dramatization of 
the nursery rhyme with additional comments. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, William 
J. Iverson. 

©John Smart; 18Dec52; MP3304. 

MASTER CROOK. SEE The slasher. LP2572. 

MASTER KEY. Chevrolet Motor Division 
( 1953] Produced by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. 75 ft., color, 35mm. 

Summary : Presents the features of the 
1953 Chevrolet passenger car. Eastman 
color. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 16Feb53; MU5515. 

MATCH HEAD. Louis G. Cowan, inc., 1952. 
24 min., sd.. color, 16mm. (Fearless Fos- 
dick adventures, no. A-4) Based on a comic 
strip character created by Al Capp [pseud, 
of Alfred Gerald CaplinJ 

Summary : A puppet show which relates 
the adventures of detective Fearless Fos- 
dick and a pyromaniac who starts fires with 
his incendiary eyes. 

Credits : Producer, Charles Guggenheim; 
director and marionettes, Mary Chase. 

Appl. title: Fearless Fosdick in Match 
Head. 

© Louis G. Cowan, inc.; 20Jul52 (in notice: 
1951); LP2265. 

MATERNITY, THIRD FLOOR. LP2568. SEE 
Mr. and Mrs. North. No. 30. 

A MATTER OF FACT (Filmstrip) Frigi- 
daire Division ( 1953) Made by Jam Handy 
Organization. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 39 fr.; 
pt. 2. 72 fr.), b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : Presents the features of the 
Frigidaire automatic washer. 

© Frigidaire Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 17Jun53; JU7535. 

MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE (Filmstrip) 
Standard Register Co. [1953] Produced by 
Jam Handy Organization. 107 fr., b&w, 
35mm. 

Summary : Describes the operation and the 
advantages of Standard Register machines. 

© The Standard Register Co.; 3Apr53; 
JU7405. 

MEASURING ACCURATELY. SEE Cooking 
series, no. 7. JP1960. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Jan.-June 



MEDITERRANEAN AFRICA. Encyclopaedia 
Britannica Films in affiliation with Clifford 
J. Kamen Productions, 1952. 12 min., sd., 
color, 16nini. 

Summary : Presents a historical and geo- 
graphical survey of Tunisia, Algeria, and 
Morocco. Explains how the limited fertile 
valley which lies between the Atlas Moun- 
tains and the Mediterranean Sea has con- 
trolled the civilization of this area. 

Credits : Collaborator, Clarence W. 
Sorensen. Kodachrome. 

© Clifford J. Kamen Productions; 31Dec52; 
MP3345. 

MEET INSPECTOR REMY. David Chudnow 
Productions, 1953. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A television series based on 
case histories handled by the French police. 

Credits : Producers, David Chudnow, Jay 
Paul; director, Robert Florey; teleplay, 
J. Benton Cheney; editor, Jerome Young. 
Cast : Akim Tamiroff, Paul Guilfoyle, Jaque- 
line Duval, Robert Neil, Robert Mullin. 

© David Chudnow Productions; 23Feb53 
(in notice: 1952); LP2380. 

MEET THE HEAVYWEIGHTS. Wayne Crane 
Division of American Steel Dredge Co. 
[1953] Produced by Norris Smitley Produc- 
tions. 700 ft., color, 16mm. 

Summary : Presents the features and ad- 
vantages of heavyweight Wayne Crane ex- 
cavators and utility cranes, and shows the 
machines performing a variety of jobs in 
many sections of the United States. Includes 
scenes of machining and assembly operations 
in several Wayne Crane plants. 

© Wayne Crane Division of American Steel 
Dredge Co., inc.; 7Jan53; MU5494. 

MEETING THE CHALLENGE. Union Carbide 
and Carbon Corp. [1953] 14 min. 

Summary : Traces the history of Karbate 
impervious graphite through experimental 
and developmental phases showing its physi- 
cal and chemical properties. Shows how 
Karbate is used in modern industrial pro- 
cesses. 

© Union Carbide and Carbon Corp.; 2 7Jan53; 
MU5508. 

MEETING THE CHALLENGE. Union Carbide 
and Carbon Corp., 1953. 14 min., sd., 
color, 16mm. 

Summary : Traces the development of 
Karbate Impervious Graphite, and shows its 
applications in modern process industries. 

Credits : Producer, John Sutherland; di- 
rector, Roger M. Andrews. 

© Union Carbide and Carbon Corp.; 
6Feb53 (in notice: 1952); MP3280. 

MEL ALLEN'S SPORT SHOW. Motion pic- 
tures in this series, © Twentieth Century- 
Fox Film Corp., are entered separately 
under their respective titles. 

MELODY MASTER BAND. Motion pictures in 
this series, © Warner Bros. Pictures, inc., 
are entered separately under their respec- 
tive titles. 

MELOS IN STAFF TOWN, UNIT 2 (Film- 
strip) Pat Dowling Pictures, 1953. 44 fr., 
color, 35mm. 

Summary : Cartoon characters receive 
elementary music lessons when they visit 
a musical fairyland. 

Credits : Story, Irene B. Wood; illustra- 
tor, Marjorie Ray. Ansco color. 

© Miss Irene Blaisdell Wood, Mrs. Mar- 
jorie Ann Ray; lJan53 (in notice: 1952); 
JP1766. 

MELOS IN STAFF TOWN, UNIT 3 (Film- 
strip) Pat Dowling Pictures, 1953. 40 fr., 
color, 35mm. Ansco color. 

Summary : Cartoon drawings are used to 
explain simple musical key signatures. 

Credits : Story, Irene B. Wood, advisor, 
Chet UUin, illustrator, Marjorie A. Ray. 

© Miss Irene Blaisdell Wood, Mrs. Mar- 
jory Ann Ray; 30Mar53; JP2040. 



THE MEMBER OF THE WEDDING. Stanley 
Kramer Co. Released by Columbia Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 91 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
Based on the novel and the play of the same 
title by Carson McCuUers. 

Summary : A motherless twelve-year-old 
girl experiencing the pangs of growing up 
turns to her Negro mammy in her search 
for friendship and emotional security. 

Credits : Associate producers and authors 
of screenplay, Edna and Edward Anhalt; 
director, Fred Zinnemann; music author, 
Alex North; music director, Morris Stoloff; 
film editor, William Lyon. Cast : Julie 
Harris, Ethel Waters, Brandon de Wilde, 
Arthur Franz, Nancy Gates. 

©Stanley Kramer Co.; 3Feb53; LP2392. 

MEN AROUND EISENHOWER. March of 
Time, 1953. 28 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary: President Eisenhower intro- 
duces the members of his incoming cabinet 
and other high-level appointees. Includes 
photographs of the presidential advisers at 
their homes and in their present business 
and professional surroundings. 

© Time, inc.; 7Jan53 (in notice: 1952); 
MP3393. 

MEN OF SCIENCE. RKO-Pathe, 1952. 
16 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : Scenes of the Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology which show science 
and engineering students working with the 
latest electrical machines in modern class- 
rooms and laboratories and participating 
in extracurricular activities such as sports, 
journalism, and the operation of the campus 
radio station. Presents eminent graduates 
of the college — including Alfred Sloane, 
Donald Douglas, Charles Edison, and Vanne- 
var Bush — and discusses their contributions 
to science and industry. 

Credits : Producer, Jay Bonafield; direc- 
tor, Larry O'Reilly; written by Jerome 
Brondfield; narrator, Dwight Weist; music, 
Clare Grundman. 

© RKO Pathe, inc.; 12Nov52; MP3405. 

MENTAL HEALTH: KEEPING MENTALLY 
FIT. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1952. 
12 min., sd., color, 16mm. 

Summary : Describes the attributes of 
good mental health, discusses its importance 
to the individual and to society, and explains 
some of the basic rules for improving and 
maintaining good mental health. 

Credits: Associate producer, Hal Kopel; 
collaborator, David Slight. Kodachrome. 

Appl. title: Mental health. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
230ct52; MP3343. 

THE MERITA WAY TO SUCCESS. American 
Bakeries Co., 1953. Made by Apex Film 
Corp. 3 reels, sd., color, 16mm. Koda- 
chrome. 

Summary : A dramatization which shows a 
route salesman for Merita bakery products 
discovering the essential qualities of suc- 
cessful salesmanship. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; direc- 
tor, William J. Thiele; screenplay, John 
Thiele; film editor, Ernie Leadlay. Cast : 
Jimmy Lydon, Alan Dexter, Hugh Beaumont, 
William Newell, King Donovan. 

Appl. author: Apex Film Corp., employer 
for hire. 

© Apex Film Corp.; 21Feb53; MP3564. 

MERRIE MELODIES CARTOON. Motion 
pictures in this series, © Vitaphone Corp., 
are entered separately under their respec- 
tive titles. 

MESA OF LOST WOMEN. Howco Produc- 
tions, 1953. 69 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A mad scientist attempts to 
create a race of superwomen possessing 
characteristics of insects. 

Credits : Producers, G. William Perkins, 
Melvin Gordon; directors, Herbert Tevos, 
Ron Ormond; written by Herbert Tevos; 
music, Hoyt S. Curtin; film editors, Hugh 
Winn, Ray H. Lockert. Cast : Jackie Coogan, 



Allan Nixon, Richard Travis, Lyle Talbot, 
Tandra Quinn. 

© Howco Productions, inc.; Ijan53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2439. 

METAMORPHOSIS (Filmstrip) Life, 1953. 
Produced under the direction of Carroll 
Williams. 68 fr., color, 35mm. Ansco 
color. With lecture notes. Based on an 
article entitled Why insects change form, 
which appeared in Life, Feb. 11, 1952. 

Summary : Photographs of three modes of 
insect developniient: the spectacular meta- 
morphosis of the Cecropia silkworm, the 
less extensive metamorphosis of the roach, 
and the growth without metamorphosis of the 
silverfish. Describes Dr. Carroll Williams' 
experiments in locating hormone centers 
which control growth, his research on the 
function of specific hormones, and his dis- 
covery of cytochrome, a substance which 
controls growth. 

Credits : Technical producer, Alfred 
Belok; photographer, Roman Vishniac. 

© Time, inc. (Life Filmstrips) (in notice: 
Time, inc.); 3Feb53 (in notice on filmstrip: 
1952); A86658. 



A MEXICAN VILLAGE. 
LP2373. 



SEE Sombrero. 



MICKEY MOUSE CARTOON. Motion pictures 
in this series, © Walt Disney Productions, 
are entered separately under their respec- 
tive titles. 

MICKEY ROONEY, THEN AND NOW. Colum- 
bia Pictures Corp., 1953. 10 min., sd., 
b&w, 35mm. (Screen snapshots) 

Summary : Mickey Rooney comments on 
scenes from the movies in which he has ap- 
peared since 1930. 

Credits : Director, Ralph Staub; music, 
Mischa Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Edwin 
Bryant. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 13Mar53; 
MP3365. 

THE MIDDLE EAST, POWDERKEG ON THE 
RIM OF THE COMMUNIST WORLD. March 
of Time, 1952. 28 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary: A report on Egypt, Iran, Israel, 
Lebanon, and other countries of the Middle 
East where a propaganda battle is being 
waged between Communism and Western 
democracy. Describes the increasing 
nationalistic spirit of these countries and the 
political and economic problems confronting 
them. 

© Time, inc.; 10Dec52; MP3389. 

THE MIDNIGHT EXPRESS. LP2491. SEE 
Man against crime. Feb. 18, 1953. 

MIDWEST HOLIDAY. Standard Oil Co. 
(Indiana) 1953. Produced by Wilding Pic- 
ture Productions. 27 min., sd., color, 
16mm. 

Summary : A young newspaperman finds 
romance while vacationing in the Middle 
West. Kodachrome. 

© Standard Oil Co. (Indiana); 30jan53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2432. 

MIGHTIER THAN THE SWORD. E. I. Du 
Pont de Nemours, 1953. Made by Apex 
Film Corp. 26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (The 
cavalcade of America) 

Summary : A pre-Revolutionary War 
drama. The freedom of the press is upheld 
through the trial and acquittal of John Peter 
Zenger, a New York newspaperman who was 
imprisoned for printing the truth about cor- 
ruption in the British administration. 

Credits: Producer, Jack Chertok; director, 
William J. Thiele; teleplay, Tom Seller; 
editor, Frank Sullivan. Cast: Douglas 
Kennedy, Eduard Franz, Adele Longmire. 

© Apex Film Corp.; 18Mar53 (in notice: 
1951); LP2539. 

MIGHTY MOUSE IN A SOAPY OPERA. 
Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth Century- 
Fox Film Corp., 1952. 7 min., sd., color, 
35mm. (Terrytoon cartoon) 



1953 



MOTION PICTURES AND FILMSTRIPS 



31 



Summary : Mighty Mouse foils a villainous 
attempt to trick Pearl Pureheart into a life 
of drudgery. 

Credits : Producer, Paul Terry; director, 
Connie Rasinski; story, Tom Morrison; 
music, Philip A. Scheib. Technicolor. 

© Terrytoons, inc.; 27Sep52; LP2191. 

MIGHTY MOUSE IN HOT RODS. Terrytoons. 
Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film 
Corp., 1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
(Terrytoon cartoon) 

Summary : An animated cartoon. Mighty 
Mouse rescues a group of teen-age "hot rod" 
drivers from three hungry cats. 

Credits : Producer, Paul Terry; director, 
Eddie Donnelly; story, Tom Morrison; 
music, Philip A. Scheib. 

© Terrytoons, inc.; 19Mar53; LP2640. 

THE MILKY WAY. International Screen Or- 
ganization, 1953. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
(Astronomy films, no. 4) 

Summary : Astronomical photography by 
observatories of the United States is used 
to show stars and constellations of the Milky 
Way. Includes various types o' star clusters 
and nebulae, and traces the development of 
Nova Aquilae from 1918 to 193'. 

Credits : Arrangement, cinema-ography, 
and comment, Ruroy Sibley. 

© Mabel Sibley; 25Jun53; MP363b. 

MIND YOUR MANNERS. Coronet, 1953. 
11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Shows teen-age young people 
using good manners in a variety of situations, 
and stresses the role of courteous behavior 
in making contacts with other people pleas- 
ant. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, Margar- 
et M. Justin. 

©John Smart; 17Mar53; MP3500. 

MIND YOUR MANNERS (Filmstrip) National 
Association of Automotive Mutual Insurance 
Companies, 1953. Produced by Vogue Wright 
Studios. 58 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Commercial 
driver training series, no. 8) 
Summary : A training film. 
© National Association of Automotive Mu- 
tual Insurance Companies; 10Mar53; JP1900. 

THE MISSISSIPPI GAMBLER. Universal Pic- 
tures Co., 1953. 98 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
A Universal-International picture. 

Summary : A melodrama about an honest 
and respected gambler who becomes in- 
volved with an aristocratic New Orleans 
family when he leaves a Mississippi river- 
boat in the early 1850's. 

Credits : Producer, Ted Richmond; direc- 
tor, Rudolph Mate; story and screenplay, 
Seton I. Miller; music, Frank Skinner; film 
editor, Edward Curtiss. Technicolor. Cast : 
Tyrone Power, Piper Laurie, Julia Adams, 
John Mclntire, William Reynolds. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 2Feb53; 
LP2247. 

MR. AND MRS. NORTH. Federal Telefilms, 
1952-1953. 3 reels each, sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Based on the original characters by Richard 
and Frances Lockridge. 

Summary : A television mystery series 
which features the amateur detectives Mr. 
and Mrs. North. 

Credits : Producer, John W. Loveton; 
director, Ralph Francis Murphy; film ed- 
itors, Tholen E. Gladden, Harvey Manger, 
Paul Borofsky, Chuck Gladden. Cast : Bar- 
bara Britton, Richard Denning, Francis De 
Sales. 

© John W. Loveton. 

11. Dec. 12, 1952. Where there's a will. 
Written by M. Coates Webster. © 12Dec52; 
LP2255. 

15. Jan. 9, 1953. Formula for trouble. 
Written by David Robinson and Leslie 
Edgely. © 9J4in53 (in notice: 1952); LP2253. 

16. Jan. 16, 1953. The house behind the 
wall. Written by Adele Comandini. 

© 16Jan53 (in notice: 1952); LP2254. 



17. Jan. 23. 1953. Beauty prize. Written 
by Dewitt Bodeen. © 23Jan53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2252. 

18. Jan. 30, 1953. The third eye. Written 
by Barry Trivers. © 30Jan53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2280. 

19. Feb. 6, 1953. Doll house. Written by 
Tom Reed. © 6Feb53 (in notice: 1952); 
LP2279. 

20. Feb. 13, 1953. The terror. Written by 
Tom Reed. © 13Feb53; LP2340. 

21. Feb. 20, 1953. Stranger than fiction. 
Written by John Meredyth Lucas. 

© 20Feb53; LP2339. 

22. Feb. 27, 1953. The frightened bride. 
Written by M. Coates Webster. © 27Feb53; 
LP2361. 

23. Mar. 6, 1953. Murder in short pants. 
Written by Herbert Purdum. © 6Mar53; 
LP2362. 

24. Mar. 13, 1953. Dying to live. Written 
by John Meredyth Lucas. © 13Mar53; 
LP2450. 

25. Mar. 20, 1953. Blackout. Written by 
Erna Lazarus. © 20Mar53; LP2448. 

26. Mar. 27. 1953. The jade dragon. 
Written by Adele Comandini. © 27Mar53; 
LP2449. 

27. Apr. 3, 1953. Pretty baby. Written 

by M. Coates Webster. © 3Apr53; LP2513. 

28. Apr. 10, 1953. The man who came to 
murder. Written by Herbert Purdum. 

© 10Apr53; LP2512. 

29. Apr. 17, 1953. Breakout. Written by 
Herbert Purdum. © 17Apr53; LP2514. 

30. Apr. 24, 1953. Maternity, third floor. 
Written by Donn Mullally and Irwin Lieber- 
man. © 24Apr53; LP2568. 

31. May 1, 1953. Hot mink. Written by 
John Meredyth Lucas. © lMay53; LP2565. 

32. May 8, 1953. Seven sacred rubies. 
Written by Donn Mullally and Irwin Lieber- 
man. © 8May53; LP2567. 

33. May 15, 1953. Shock. Written by Donn 
Mullally. © 15May53; LP2566. 

34. May 22, 1953. Busy signal. Written 
by Warren Wilson. © 22May53; LP2634. 

35. May 29, 1953. Salt in his blood. Written 
by Herbert Purdum. © 29May53; LP2636. 

36. June 5, 1953. Two faced. Written by 
Buckley Angell. © 5Jun53; LP2635. 

37. June 12, 1953. Trained for murder. 
Written by Erna Lazarus. © 12Jun53; 
LP2633. 

MR. DITTO. Louis G. Cowan, inc., 1952. 
24 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Fearless Fos- 
dick adventures, no. A -9) Based on a comic 
strip character created by Al Capp [pseud, 
of Alfred Gerald CaplinJ 

Summary : A puppet show which relates 
the adventures of detective Fearless Fos- 
dick and a criminal with a featureless face 
who can assume any disguise. 

Credits : Producer, Charles Guggenheim; 
director and marionettes, Mary Chase; 
script, Everett Crosby; puppeteers, Frank 
Sullivan, Silvia Meredith, Donald Sommers; 
film editor, Carl Tomlin. Cast: Voices, 
John Griggs, Gilbert Mack, Jean Carson. 

Appl. title: Fearless Fosdick in Mr. Ditto. 

© Louis G. Cowan, inc.; 13Jul52 (in notice: 
1951); LP2263. 

MR. LINCOLN. SEE 
Ann Rutledge. LP2306. 
The beginning and the end. LP2302. 
Growing up. LP2304. 
Nancy Hanks. LP2303. 
New Salem. LP2305. 

MRS. BANKER. Lone Ranger, inc., 1953. 
Made by Jack Chertok Productions. 3 reels, 
sd., b&w, 35mm. Created by George W. 
Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; direc- 
tor, Paul Landres; teleplay, Joe Richardson; 
film editor, Ernest Leadlay. Cast : John 
Hart, Jay Silverheels, Esther Somers. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 26Mar53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2608. 



MITTENS, THE KITTEN: BACKGROUND 
FOR READING AND EXPRESSION. Coronet, 
1952. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A story about a little girl and 
her kitten. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, Paul R. 
Wendt. 

© Gaby Dure Smart and Continental Illinois 
National Bank and Trust Company of Chica- 
go, executors of the estate of David A. 
Smart, deceased (in notice: David A. Smart); 
20ct52; MP3263. 

MODERN COMMERCIAL DISH WASHING 
(Filmstrip) Wyandotte Chemicals Corp. 
[1953] Made by Jam Handy Organization. 
40 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : Explains to the food and bever- 
age serving industry the proper sanitary 
methods of machine dishwashing, hand dish- 
washing, and glass washing in bars and 
taverns. 

© Wyandotte Chemicals Corp.; 17Jun53; 
JU7531. 

MODERN WINE MAKING. Globe Distributing 
Co. [1953] Made by Norman J. Tavan. 
20 min., color, 16mm. 

Summary : Describes the process for 
making wine and explains the operations of 
the Globe Distributing Co. where the bulk 
shipment of wine is prepared for distribu- 
tion to the retail trade. Depicts the art 
of serving wine and includes a sketch of the 
history of wine. 

© Norman J. Tavan; 28May53; MU5559. 

MODERNIZATION, THE DRUGGISTS' AN- 
SWER TO COMPETITION (Filmstrip) 
McKesson & Robbins, 1953. Made by Train- 
ing Films. 127 fr., color, 35mm. Ansco 
color. 

Summary : A training film. 

© McKesson & Robbins, inc.; 16Feb53; 
JP1971. 

MOLLY BEE SINGS. RKO-Pathe, 1953. 
9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Screenliner) 

Summary : Andre Baruch, disc jockey, 
interviews Molly Bee, a thirteen-year-old 
recording star who sings Nobody is lone- 
some for me. The kids who pay, and Tennes- 
see tango. 

Credits : Producer, Burton Benjamin; 
director and photographer, Harry W. Smith; 
written by Jerome Brondfield; editor, Sidney 
Katz. 

©RKO-Pathe, inc.; Ijan53; MP3621. 

THE MONONGAHELA, AMERICA'S BUSIEST 
RIVER. March of Time, 1952. 29 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Follows the course of the 
Monongahela River through Pennsylvania 
and West Virginia and describes its com- 
plex system of locks and dams. Pictures the 
coal mines on its shores, life on the barges 
which carry the coal, and the social life of 
the boatmen, miners, mill workers, and 
farmers who live in the Monongahela Valley. 
© Time, inc.; 26Nov52; MP3350. 

MONSOON. F. G. Films, London, and Film 
Group, Hollywood. Released in the U. S. by 
United Artists Corp., 1953. 79 min., sd., 
color. 35mm. Technicolor. Based on the 
play Romeo et Jeanette, by Jean Anouilh. 

Summary : A tragedy. Following his ar- 
rival in India, a young American experiences 
the tensions of the monsoon season and finds 
himself involved in a passionate love affair 
with his fiancee's unprincipled sister. 
Filmed in India. 

Credits : Producer, Forrest Judd; director, 
Rodney Amateau; screenplay, Forrest Judd, 
David Robinson, Leonardo Bercovici; music, 
Vasant Desai; film editor, George Gale. 
Cast : Ursula Thiess, Diana Douglas, George 
Nader, Ellen Corby, Philip Staiinton. 

© F. G. (Films) ltd., and the Film Group, 
inc.; 30Jan53 (in notice: 1952); LP2518. 

THE MOON. International Screen Organiza- 
tion, 1953. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Jan.-June 



THE MOON. Cont'd. 
(Astronomy films, no. 2) 

Summary : A study of the moon as seen 
through telescopes of different sizes. As- 
tronomical photography by United States 
obervatories is used to show the phases of 
the moon, the Polar regions, the craters, 
and other features of the moon's surface. 

Credits : Arrangement, cinematography, 
and comment by Ruroy Sibley. 

© Mabel Sibley; 20Apr53; MP3472. 

THE MOON MAN. LP2668. SEE I'm the 
law, no. 15. 

THE MOSCONI STORY. Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer. Released by Loew's, 1953. 10 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. (Pete Smith specialty) 

Summary : Dramatizes events in the life 
of Willie Mosconi, a winner of the world 
pocket billiards championship. 

Credits : Producer and narrator, Pete 
Smith; director, David Barclay; story and 
screenplay, Arthur Marx, David Barclay; 
film editor, Joseph Dietrick. 

© Loew's Incorporated; I8Feb53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2370. 

MOTHER TAKES A HOLIDAY. Whirlpool 
Corp. [1953] Produced by Jam Handy Corp. 
4 reels, color, 16mm. 

Summary : Emphasizes the advantages of 
Whirlpool home laundry equipment. Cast : 
Elaine Hyman, Claudia Hall, Connie Taylor, 
Rod McLennan, Donald McClelland. Koda- 
chrome. 

© The Jam Handy Organization, inc.; 
19Jan53; MU5504. 

MOUNTAIN CINDERELLA. SEE Bobo the 
hobo and his traveling troupe in Mountain 
Cinderella. LP2658. 

A MOUSE DIVIDED. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 
1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Merrie 
melodies cartoon) 

Summary : The stork erroneously delivers 
a baby mouse to an expectant cat. 

Credits : Director, I. Freleng; story, 
Warren Foster; aJiimation, Arthur Davis, 
Manuel Perez, Ken Champin, Virgil Ross; 
music director, Carl Stalling. Technicolor. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 29Jan53 (in notice: 
1951); MP3181. 

MOUSE MEETS BIRD. SEE Little Roquefort 
in Mouse meets bird. LP2329. 

MOVIE QUICK QUIZ: BOND AWARD. Walter 
Schwimmer Productions, 1952. 15 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. Audition film. A tele- 
vision quiz program. With operation manual. 

© Walter Schwimmer Productions, inc.; 
on or about 2Jan52; MP3616. 

MOVIE QUICK QUIZ: CASH AWARD. Walter 
Schwimmer Productions, 1952. 15 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. Audition film. A tele- 
vision quiz program. With operation manual. 

© Walter Schwimmer Productions, inc.; 
on or about lSep52; MP3634. 

MOVIETONE NEWS. Movietonews. 1 reel 
each, sd., b&w, 35mm. © Movietonews, 
inc. 

Volume 35. 

89. Oct. 31, 1952. Raging typhoons sweep 
Indochina and Philippines. (Illinois) 
prison rioters hold hostages. Battle of 
Ridges rages in Korea. Naval maneuvers 
[in Mediterranean] filmed for movie. 
Army helicopters assist "invasion" in 
[North Carolina]. Motor maniacs get on 
the ball. How it feels to win $ 140,000. 

© 310ct52; MP3110. 

90. Nov. 4, 1952. Leathernecks in bitter 
fight for Korea hill. Boston battles big 
pier blaze. British jet liner crashes at 
Rome. Fires menacing forests in East. 
Fashions in wool. Georgia Tech trips 
Duke. Michigan State tops Purdue. 

© 4Nov52; MP3111. 

91. Nov. 7, 1952. Eisenhower elected in 
landslide. 

© 7Nov52; MP3112. 



92. Nov. 11, 1952. Eisenhower busy in 
Georgia; names D. C. liaison aides. 
Trygve Lie quits at UN Assembly meeting 
in New York. Queen Elizabeth opens 
Parliament. March of Dimes poster girl. 
Notre Dame upsets Oklahoma. Princeton 
halts Harvard. USC smothers Stanford. 

© HNov52; MP3113. 

93. Nov. 14, 1952. Eden replies to Vishin- 
sky on POW issue. Senator McCarran 
blasts UN on Red employees. Eisen- 
hower's son hears the good news. Mrs. 
Rosenberg at Korea front. Korea GI's get 
set for winter. SS United States gets speed 
trophy. Japan's Prince proclaimed heir. 
Pope appoints new archbishop. New York 
kids beef at bike tax. 

© 14Nov52; MP3 1 14. 

94. Nov. 18, 1952. Tanker rams Navy ship 
in war drill off Cape Henry, Va. Atomic 
chairman talks of H-bomb. Eisenhower 
ends Georgia vacation. Chaim Weizmann 
is laid to rest. Queen Elizabeth sees 
fashions for coronation. Princeton defeats 
Yale. Michigan State tops Notre Dame. 

© 18Nov52; MP3115. 

95. Nov. 21, 1952. Eisenhower sees Tru- 
man at White House. [Eisenhower] holds 
New York talks. Egypt's Premier sees 
Iraq King. Oona Chaplin back in United 
States. Swedish beauty is "Miss World." 
1952 All-America. 

© 21Nov52; MP3U6. 

96. Nov. 25, 1952. Eisenhower and Dulles 
visit UN. Nixon among [Eisenhower's] 
callers. Water famine in Northwest. 
Variety Club is 25 years old. Indochina 
Reds menace French. El Cajon throng sees 
gay parade. Southern California beats 
UCLA. Minnesota ties Wisconsin. 

© 25Nov52; MP3117. 

97. Nov. 28, 1952. French battle Red 
offensive in Indochina. Eisenhower names 
two women to jobs in government. Assam 
tribes honor Nehru. Paratroops on alert 
in Korea. O'Dwyer quits Mexico post. 
Marshal Tito is re-elected. U. S. movie 
chief in Latin America. Florida picks 
"Miss Tangerine." 

© 28Nov52; MP3118. 

98. Dec. 2, 1952. Mrs. Eisenhower sees 
Mrs. Truman at White House. Seoul awaits 
Eisenhower's arrival. Koreans activate 
two new divisions. Crash of C-54 at Ta- 
coma. Chicago is host to prize cattle. 
Notre Dame halts Southern California. 
Navy [defeats] Army. 

© 2Dec52; MP3U9. 

99. Dec. 5, 1952. Ruiz Cortines is new 
president of Mexico. UN votes India's 
Korea peace plan. Eisenhower names 
final Cabinet choices. Reuther named 
CIO President. General Van Fleet visits 
wounded. Air Force unveils new super jet. 
"Snows of Kilimanjaro" is inspiration for 
exotic styles. Heisman trophy to Billy 
Vessels. Slalom champs in dizzy drop. 

© 5Dec52; MP3120. 

100. Dec. 9, 1952. Eisenhower's visit to 
Korea. 

© 9Dec52; MP3121. 

101. Dec. 12, 1952. British A-bomb ex- 
ploded off Australia. Eisenhower returning 
from Korea. Big battle rages in Indochina. 
Peron announces new 5-year plan. Rare 
jewels for [England's] coronation. [N. Y.) 
Post Office gets mail to Santa. Mermaids 
throw porpoise party [at Marineland, Fla.] 
Down Under rodeo is a hum-dinger. 
Variety (Boys Club of Houston) beats Boy's 
Town, 28-0, at Milk Bowl. 

© 12Dec52; MP3196. 

102. Dec. 16, 1952. Eisenhower back home; 
reports on his visit to Korea. The docu- 
ments of our heritage. New President of 
Israel. Anti-French riots in Casablanca. 
Actors honor Clifton Webb. Lasso belles 
ring a man. Ski jumpers open season [at 
Bear Mountain, N. Y.) 

© 16Dec52; MP3197. 

103. Dec. 19, 1952. Eisenhower sees Mac- 
Arthur; peace in world is topic. U. S. 
ship (Grommet Reefer] breaks up off 
Italy; crew rescued from sea. NATO 



nations meet in Paris. "Operation Home" 
a hit with GIs. Hollywood honors two movie 
stars [Clifton Webb and Olivia de Haviland). 
Goose pimples in Florida. Mamie Eisen- 
hower is guest at holiday fete with Cardinal 
Spellman. Two U. 8. teams play football 
in England; spectators baffled. [Benefit 
of the Journal-American War Wounded 
Christmas Fund.) 
© 19Dec52; MP3198. 

104. Dec. 23, 1952. 86 lose lives in Air 
Force plane crash (near Moses Lake, 
Wash.] 84 Reds killed in Korea prison 
break attempt. Marchers protest death 
to (Rosenbergs). Hollywood honors two 
movie stars [Clifton Webb and Olivia de 
Haviland). Duke of Windsor (in New York] 
for holidays. Stars entertain GIs overseas. 
1/2-pint wrestlers in rough riot at Toronto. 
© 23Dec52; MP3199. 

Volume 36. 

1. Dec. 26. 1952. Sports review of 1952: 
Olympics; golf; tennis; football; basket- 
ball; personalties; boxing; horse racing; 
motor speed. 

© 26Dec52 (in notice: 1953); MP3200. 

2. Dec. 30, 1952. Cardinal Spellman pays 
visit to GIs at Korea. front. Eisenhower 
has quiet family holiday. French liner 
[Champollion] runs aground. Detroit Lions 
win pro [football) crown. Skating queen 
(Barbara Ann Scott) in ice review. 

© 30Dec52 (in notice: 1953); MP3201. 

3. Jan. 2, 1953. Newsreel review of 1952: 
(Politics; war in Korea; death of King 
George; A-bomb; General Ridgway; Green- 
land base; liner United States; jet plane 
disaster; Flying Enterprise; California 
earthquake and snow storm; beauty pag- 
eants]. 

© 2Jan53; MP3202. 

4. Jan. 6, 1953. Churchill here for talks 
with Eisenhower and Truman. 83d Cong- 
ress convenes with GOP in control. Red 
troops kill Berlin policeman. "Stars and 
stripes forever" premiere thrills Broadway. 
Star ski jumpers soar in Germany. Globe * 
Trotters play crazy ball. The Rose Bowl; 
the Cotton Bowl; the Sugar Bowl; the Orange 
Bowl. 

© 6Jan53; MP3203. 

5. Jan. 9, 1953. Churchill sees Eisenhower; 
visits birthplace of his mother. Eisen- 
hower was elected — it's official. French 
advance in Indochina. Sherlock Holmes 

is back again. Australia wins the Davis 
Cup. Lloyd Mangrum wins Los Angeles 
Open [golf tournament). [Golden Glove] 
sluggers seek ring glory. 
© 9Jan53; MP3204. 

6. Jan. 13, 1953. Eisenhower holds full 
meeting of his new Cabinet. Churchill 
takes rest in the sun. Sleet storm hits 
[New England). Attlee meets Nehru in 
India. Ace Jabara goes back to Korea. 
Eisenhower and brother open Heart [Fund] 
drive. Korea Reds hit by rocket guns. 
Ski-bob racers ride the bumps [in the 
Bavarian Alps). Ice jumpers soar over the 
barrels. 

© 13Jan53; MP3205. 

7. Jan. 16, 1953. President Truman says 
farewell at end of his term. Pope Pius 
appoints 24 new cardinals from 13 nations. 
Train smash-up in Washington. Queen 
Elizabeth attends wedding. Eisenhower's 
son home for (inauguration). Mamie 
Eisenhower's gown for the inaugural. West 
trims East for cage title. The jump boats 
is a'comingl 

© 16Jan53; MP3329. 

8. Jan. 20, 1953. Eisenhower inaugurated 
President. 

© 20Jan53; MP3330. 

9. Jan. 23, 1953. Eisenhower begins his 
administration; Truman at home. Tide- 
lands oil is big issue. Bus drops 25 feet 
[at Weehawken, N. J.) passengers live. 
Sol Hurok feted at N. Y. ceremony. Spring 
wools and new autos. U. S. helps build 
Japanese Navy. Korea drafts youths for 
war. French attack in Indochina. 

© 23Jan53; MP3331. 
10. Jan. 27, 1953. Secretary Dulles tells 
Russia U. S. never will be conquered. 



1953 



MOTION PICTURES AND FILMSTRIPS 



3J 



Eisenhower to schedule newsreel talks. 
Lodge takes up work at UN. Ace Jabara 
flies Mig Alley again. N. Y. hails new 
Italian liner. Parents' magazine honors 
new movie [Tonight we sing]. Spectacular 
f:re in Philadelphia. 
© 27Jan53; MP3332. 

11. Jan. 30, 1953. Dutch liner sinks off 
African coast; all aboard saved. Secre- 
tary Wilson takes over defense job. Lux- 
ury liner [Empress of Canada] burns at 
pier. Gas well burns 10 miles at sea. 
Hollywood honors Pinza and [Jimmy 
Durante). Broadway stars in style show 
for March of Dimes. Europe acclaims new 
ice champs [Valda Osborne and Carlo 
Fassi]. Bobsled and ski stars (exhibit skill 
in Germany). 

© 30Jan53; MP3333. 

12. Feb. 3, 1953. Eisenhower speaks to 
Congress on the state of the Union. 
Formosa Chinese gird for action. General 
Collins says Operation "Smack" was not 

a stunt. Santa Anita holds richest horse 
race. Speed marks set in skating meet. 
© 3Feb53; MP3334. 

13. Feb. 6, 1953. Gales and floods wreak 
havoc over Britain and Europe. Brother- 
hood Week message for you. U. S. wins 
4-man bobsled crown; Swiss champion 
killed [in Germany]. Downhill [skiing in 
France]. 

© 6Feb53; MP3335. 

14. Feb. 10. 1953. Secretary Dulles back 
from Europe tour. England stili fighting 
floods. Refugees flee Dutch [flooded] 
towns. Truman neighbors toss him a party. 
Hat inspiration from Latin America. Ice 
stars twinkle in Toronto shew. Australian 
boxer(s compete for the British Empire 
lightweight title). 

© 10Feb53, MP3336. 

15. Feb. 13, 1953. Burned liner [Empress 
of Canada] to scrap heap. General Taylor 
tours Korean front. Holland mourns flood 
victims. Moviegoers pick screen favor- 
ites [to receive Photoplay award). Spring- 
summer fashions to fit your budget. 

U. S. skater [Hayes Jenkins] wins world 
ice title. Champion pooches strut their 
stuff (in the Westminster Kennel Club 
classic). 
© 13Feb53; MP3438. 

16. Feb. 17, 1953. Stevenson says Demo- 
crats will work for good of U. S. [in speech 
at Jefferson-Jackson Day dinner in New 
York). New U. S. envoy [Aldrich] sees 
Churchill. Ex-GI, now a girl, returns to 
U. S. Broadway hails Tonight we sing. 
Nation fetes Louisiana Purchase. Track 
thrills at AAU meet. U. S. girl (Tenley 
Albright] is new skating queen. Sled 
champs [compete for European toboggan 
championship in Italy). 

© 17Feb53; MP3439. 

17. Feb. 20, 1953. Eisenhower holds first 
press conference; sees Stevenson. Balti- 
more fights 18-alarm blaze. 46 lose lives 
in Gulf air crash. Capsized ship (HMS 
Castle] raised in hurry. Berlin Reds try 
to stop exodus [from Soviet zone). Press 
honors screen stars. Mardi Gras in New 
Orleans. Celebrities play golf in Florida 
to aid charity. 

© 20Feb53; MP3440. 

18. Feb. 24, 1953. Air and ground strikes 
smash Korea Reds. Chicago greets cattle 
and snow. Korea scraps old money. Simu- 
lated A-bomb helps train GIs. Holland 
Prince says thank you [to American people 
for flood aid). Look magazine honors 
theatre executive. French troops show 

ski skill. Hitting the surf is rough sport. 
© 24Feb53; MP3441. 

19. Feb. 27, 1953. Lodge says Reds can 
stop Korea war at any time. 6 NATO 
nations in customs union. 3 Balkan na- 
tions in anti-Red pact. Army shows new 
skysweeper gun. General Van Fleet wel- 
comed home. CinemaScope to revolution- 
ize 3 -dimension film. Home town hails 
Tenley Albright. Golden Glovers fight 
for glory. 

© 27Feb53; MP3442. 

20. Mar. 3, 1953. The President opens 
Red Cross drive for 1953. Bobby Jones 



gets a work of art [portrait painted by 
Eisenhower). Alaska volcano erupts in 
Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. Hawaii 
installs new Governor. Hitting the silk 
in zero weather. "Miss America" is 
azalea queen. (Red book] magazine honors 
Marilyn Monroe. Norwegian [John Ris- 
naess) wins North American ski champion- 
ship. 
© 3Mar53; MP3443. 

21. Mar. 6, 1953. Stalin dead! Eisenhower 
decorates General Van Fleet. Clare Luce 
new envoy to Italy. Hollywood honors 
Donald O'Connor. Susan Hayward off to 
Europe. Play ball: Champion Yankees 
train in Florida; Cards limber up for '53 
season; Phillies warm-up in Florida sim; 
White Sox get ready on Coast. 

© 6Mar53; MP3444. 

22. Mar. 10, 1953. UN notes death of 
Stalin; Dulles sees end of era. Dramatic 
films of sea rescue [as plane crash lands 
in mid-Atlantic). Korea Reds hit in hill 
attack. Regal crowns for American girls. 
Brooklyn Dodgers train in Florida. N. Y. 
Giants gird for pennant race. Athletics 
train for '53 race. Indians display new 
season form. 

© 10Mar53; MP3445. 

23. Mar. 13, 1953. Czechs shoot down 
American plane in West Germany. Polish 
pilot lands MIG in Denmark. U. S. fliers 
down MIGs in Korea. Hollywood hails 
musical smash Call me madam. Lodge 
says Reds forget World War. Berlin air- 
lift aids refugees. Italian students fight 
Rome Reds. 

© 13Mar53; MP3446. 

24. Mar. 17, 1953. Dramatic films of 
atomic tests at Nevada] 's Yucca] Flats. 
Queen Narriman leaves Farouk. Berlin's 
Mayor Reuter in U. S. Einstein honored 
on 74th birthday. [Look] magazine honors 
Hollywood stars. Canadian troops in NATO 
"attack." Seton Hall tops St. John's, 
58-46, for NIT crown. 

© 17Mar53; MP3447. 

25. Mar. 20, 1953. British welcome Mar- 
shal Tito on visit to London. Adlai Steven- 
son visits Korea. Aussie troops off to 
Korea. Korea Reds wage war of words. 

2 killed in bomb mishap on ship (Oriskany). 
Miami cheers Call me madam. U. S. fires 
atom bomb in civilian defense test. 
© 20Mar53; MP3448. 

26. Mar. 24, 1953. Atom test shows effect 
of A-bomb on "Main St., U. S. A." Tito 
at British jet air show. Truman sails for 
HawEiii. Adlai Stevenson at Korea front. 
Britain ready for [coronation]. Sabre jets 
[sent] to Germany. F-86 jet fires radar 
rockets. Hollywood gala for awards of 
Academy "Oscars." 

© 24Mar53; MP3449. 

27. Mar. 27, 1953. Britain mourns Queen 
Mary, dead at 85. Refugees crash Iron 
Curtain by plane and truck. Atomic 
energy to aid mankind in peacetime. 
Eisenhower sees French Premier. Turkish 
quake kills hundreds. How to get run over 
[with tires made of nylon and synthetic 
rubber] and live! 

© 27Mar53; MP3450. 

28. Mar. 31, 1953. UN, Reds fight bitter 
battles for Korea hills. Scores killed in 
railroad and fire disasters: 21 die in 
freak 3-train crash (in Pennsylvania); 
ammunition train blast in Ind.; fire razes 
Florida home for aged. England pays last 
respects to Queen Mary. 250,000 thrill to 
Grand National Steeplechase. 8 -month-old 
baby wins $ 140,000 (in Irish Sweepstakes). 

© 31Mar53; MP3451. 

29. Apr. 3, 1953. Britain pays final tribute 
to Queen Mary. Fire in Atlantic City. 
Helicopters have ammo in Korea. Hawaii 
welcomes the Trumans. U. S. Navy un- 
veils new jet-powered guided missiles. 
Fashions in gingham. Big Town hails the 
Big Top in charity show. 

© 3Apr53; MP3522. 

30. Apr. 7, 1952. New York hails GI's 
from Korea. Prisoner talks at Panmunjom. 
Air Force jets hammer Reds. Ridgway 



warns NATO must not be weakened. Envoy 
Bohlen off to Russia. Adenauer here from 
Germany. The world observes Easter. 
Babe Zaharias wins tourney at Beaumont. 
© 7Apr53; MP3523. 

31. Apr. 10, 1953. Prisoner '- 'ks get 
under way at Panmunjom. F inhower sees 
Dr. Adenauer. Dag Hamme. skjoeld here 
for UN job. Japanese Prince in Honolulu. 
Iran Shah feted on New Year. Seagull lives 
on borrowed time. Famed Whirlaway dies 
in France. Australian boxer wins bout. 
Milwaukee greets new home team. Cancer 
trailer. 

© 10Apr53; MP3524. 

32. Apr. 14, 1953. UN [and] Communists 
meet to exchange sick and wounded. Nine 
dead in London subway tragedy. Navy 
tests guns for accuracy. Japanese Prince 
arrives in U. S. William H. Taft 3rd, 
new envoy to Eire. Eisenhower receives 
producer Darryl F. Zanuck. Eisenhower off 
for vacation. La Salle alumni honor John 
Harris. Fashions in lace. Hogan captures 
Masters Tourney. 

© 14Apr53; MP3525. 

33. Apr. 17, 1953. Eisenhower challenges 
Russia to end war, talk peace. GI plane 
crash. Indochina troops in commando raid. 
Clare Boothe Luce sails for Italy. Japa- 
nese Prince to tour Canada. Chicago 
factory leveled by blast. President tosses 
official (baseball). Braves off to a good 
start. 

© 17Apr53; MP3526. 

34. Apr. 21, 1953. Truce teams swap POW 
wounded; U. S. families rejoice. Tornado 
razes (Waldenburg) Ark. Eisenhower 
beats Taft in golf match. Minneapolis host 
to AFL exhibit. Rep. Poulson talks on 

L. A. housing. 10 in a row for Native 
Dancer. Champ choppers chase the chips 
(in Sydney, Australia). 
© 21Apr53; MP3610. 

35. Apr. 24, 1953. United Nations and Red 
POWs freed in Korea. Cycle mania affects 
both mcin and beast. Los Angeles dedicates 
new auto pass under airport. Thousands 
parade [in New York] in honor of Greek 
Independence Day. 

© 24Apr53; MP3527. 

36. Apr. 28, 1953. Truce talks begin as 
POW trading ends. NATO ministers meet 
in Paris. Italy hails new U. S. ambassa- 
dor. New York honors General Van Fleet. 
Truman receives honorary degree (from 
University of Hawaii). Celebrities play 
golf for charity. Royal family at horse 
show. Native Dancer off for Derby. 

© 28Apr53; MP3528. 

37. May 1, 1953. America extends hearty 
welcome to GI repatriates. Adlai Steven- 
son visits Malaya. Burma honors Nehru. 
Akihito in England for coronation. Italy 
trains its firemen young. CinemaScope 
hailed by public and press. Austrian cy- 
clists survive the spills on suicide track. 

© lMay53; MP3582. 

38. May 5, 1953. GIs deny falling for Red 
line. Eisenhower's niece is [apple] blos- 
som queen. Munich rioters get the hose. 
Titantic [motion picture) premiere thrills 
South. Eisenhower is host to 23 ladies 
[from South American countries). Truman 
returns from Honolulu. Dark Star, 25-1 
longshot, wins Kentucky Derby. 

© 5May53; MP3602. 

39. May 8, 1953. The President addresses 
N. Y. Republicans. Italian President sees 
Mrs. Luce. King of Iraq is enthroned. 

61 -year-old pilot [Major Draper] has final 
fling. Canadian Premier sees Eisenhower. 
Sixth flier [Captain McConnell) joins 
"double ace" club. Europe combines steel 
output. Big blaze "tires' French firemen. 
Big Mo back from Korea. 
© 8May53; MP3603. 

40. May 12, 1953. Passengers saved as 
ships collide in North Sea. Eisenhower 
poses with Cabinet; and visits family. 
Paris recalls VE Day, 8 years ago. Papal 
bodyguard is 426 years old. Mother of 
1953 picked in N. Y. Shrimp carnival in 
Mississippi. (Triplet) convention. Chain 



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MOVIETONE NEWS. 
Volume 36. Cont'd, 
of Rocks Canal dedicated with gala fete. 
Bike speedsters [at Indiana Univ.] in big 
pile-up. [Kangajroo round-up in Australia. 
© 12May53; MP3604. 

41. May 15, 1953. Tornadoes sweep Texas; 
hundreds killed, injured. First films of 
Red invasion of Laos kingdom in Indochina. 
Eisenhower appoints new Chiefs of Staff. 
Korea internees back home in U. S. Presi- 
dent backs $5,000,000 appeal for Korea 
relief. Celebs golf for charity [at Westbury, 
L. I.] Fender benders in rough rodeo [in 
Paris]. 

© 15May53; MP3605. 

42. May 19, 1953. Oatis back home after 
two years in Czech prison! Eisenhower 
has a busy week-end. U. S. forces show 
power for peace. Mock invasion [of Eng- 
land] is tricky work. Flying tanker refuels 
three jets at same time. Big beef after the 
[Marciano-Walcott] fight. Tyrol rams get 
big headache. 

© 19May53; MP3606. 

43. May 22, 1953. Eisenhower speaks to 
Nation on taxes. French repulse Reds in 
Indochina. U. S. returns Czech "freedom" 
plane. Wonder drugs for chicks and pups. 
Vyvyan Donner's fashions from Mexico. 
Young sluggers [in the N. Y. Police Ath- 
letic League] swap haymakers. Junior 
cowpokes in rough rodeo [in Oregon]. 

© 22May53; MP3607. 

44. May 26, 1953. Tornado sweeps Ontario; 
floods rage in south [of U. S.] Secretary 
Dulles sees Nehru in India. Mrs. Roose- 
velt visits Japan. Berlin Reds let rail- 
road go to seed. Redskins [in vicinity of 
Celilo Falls, Or.) get dollars instead of 
fish. Air Force tests B-47 stratojets. 
Welsh terrier is top doggie [at the Morris 
and Essex Kennel Club show]. Native 
Dancer wins Preakness. 

© 26May53; MP3639. 

45. May 29, 1953. U. S. expels Red envoy 
in spy-blackmail plot. Eisenhower enter- 
tains war heroes. Fathers of 1953 receive 
awards. London all set for coronation. 
Impellitteri gets an invitation to movie 
premiere [of Man on a tightrope]. Sea 
breeze fashions. British inventor has a 
brainstorm [for farm machine]. 

© 29May53; MP3658. 

46. June 2, 1953. Britain hails crowning 
of Elizabeth II. French attack in Indo- 
china. Reds launch Korea attack. Korea 
orphan to aid drive. Paris stylists show 
bizarre hair fashions. Vukovich wins 500- 
mile race in Indianapolis. 

© 2Jun53; MP3659. 

47. June 5, 1953. The coronation of Queen 
Elizabeth. 

© 5Jun53; MP3660. 

MUCH ADO ABOUT NUTTING. Warner Bros. 
Cartoons, 1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
(Looney tune cartoon) Technicolor. 

Summary : An animated cartoon about the 
attempts of a hungry squirrel to open a stub- 
born coconut. 

Credits : Director, Charles M. Jones; 
story, Michael Maltese; animation, Lloyd 
Vaughan, Ken Harris, Ben Washam; music 
director, Carl Stalling. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; Ijun53 (in notice: 
1952); MP3573. 

MULTI-PURPOSE DAMS AND THEIR RE- 
LATION TO THE ELECTRIC INDUSTRY 
(Filmstrip) Middle West Service Co., 1953. 
33 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : Explains why the electric com- 
panies are in favor of sound river develop- 
ment, but are opposed to tax-free, subsi- 
dized electric power. Shows why hydro- 
electric systems whose plants must obtain 
their water from large multipurpose dams 
are often much more costly than steam 
plants. Advocates that the government 
should not compete with private business 
and that the American people should per- 
suade their government to support sound 
policies of water and soil conservation. 



flood control, and river development. 

Credits : Authors, Edwin Vennard, Robb 
M. Winsborough. 

© Middle West Service Co.; 7Feb53; 
JP2029. 

MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT. SEE Govern- 
ment in action. JP1968. 

MURDER IN RHYME. LP2206. SEE Man 
against crime. Oct. 8, 1952. 

MURDER IN SHORT PANTS. LP2362. SEE 
Mr. and Mrs. North. No. 23. 

MURDER IN THE STUDJO. LP2413. SEE 
Man against crime. Jan. 21, 1953. 

MURDER ON A MILLION. Adrian Weiss 
Productions, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 
16mm. Based on the Craig Kennedy stories 
created by Arthur B. Reeve. 

Summary : A television mystery about 
Craig Kennedy, criminologist. 

Credits : Producer and director, Adrian 
Weiss; story, Sherman Lowe, Ande Lamb; 
film editor, Michael Luciano. Cast : Donald 
Woods, Sydney Mason, Lewis Wilson. 

© Adrian Weiss Productions; 10Mar53; 
(in notice: 1952); LP2397. 

MUSCLE TUSSLE. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 
1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Merrie 
melodies cartoon) Technicolor. 

Summary : Daffy Duck attempts to build 
up his muscles in order to win his girl. 

Credits : Director, Robert McKimson; 
story, Ted Pierce; animation. Rod Scribner, 
Phil de Lara, Charles McKimson, Herman 
Cohen; music director, Carl Stalling. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 2May53 (in notice: 
1952); MP3478. 

MUSIC ON THE DOUBLE. Universal Pic- 
tures Co., 1953. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. 
A Universal-International picture. 

Summary : A musical short which features 
Ralph Flanagan and his orchestra, the Black- 
burn twins, and Marion Colby. 

Credits : Producer and director. Will 
Cowan; film editor, Virgil Vogel. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 8May53; 
LP2571. 

MUSIC WITH THE HORMEL GIRLS. Geo. A. 
Hormel & Co. [1953] 6 motion pictures 
(30 min. each), sd.. b&w, 35mm. ©Geo. A. 
Hormel & Co.; 20Apr53. 

Summary : A series of musical shows 
presented by the various groups of the 
Hormel Girls Corps. 

1. MU5551. 

2. MU5550. 

3. MU5549. 

4. MU5548. 

5. MU5547. 

6. MU5546. 

MUSICAL GEMS, BERLIN SYMPHONY 
ORCHESTRA. SEE Beethoven's First sym- 
phony [and] Chopin's waltz. MP3291. 

MY COUSIN RACHEL. Twentieth Century- 
Fox Film Corp., 1952. 98 min., sd., b&w, 
35mm. Based on the novel of the same 
title by Daphne Du Maurier. 

Summary : A drama about a young English- 
man who falls in love with his guardian's 
widow only to be tormented with the sus- 
picion that she is a murderess. Setting: 
Cornwall in the early 19th century. 

Credits : Producer and author of screen- 
play, Nunnally Johnson; director, Henry 
Koster; music, Franz Waxman; film editor, 
Louis Loeffler. Cast : Olivia de Haviland, 
Richard Burton, Audrey Dalton, Ronald 
Squire, George Dolenz. 

® Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
24Dec52; LP2426. 

MY PAL GUS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film 
Corp., 1952. 83 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A self-made manufacturer who 
is completely absorbed in his business 



develops a deep affection for his five-year- 
old problem child, and, with the help of the 
boy's understanding teacher, thwarts the 
efforts of his estranged wife to obtain cus- 
tody of the child. 

Credits : Producer, Stanley Rubin; direc- 
tor, Robert Parrish; screenplay. Fay and 
Michael Kanin; music author, Leigh Harline; 
music director, Lionel Newman; film editor, 
Robert Fritch. Cast : Richard Widmark, 
Joanne Dru, Audrey Totter, George Winslow, 
Joan Banks. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.- 
13Nov52; LP2245. 

MY SON'S DAD. March of Time. Released 
by Young Men's Christian Associations, 
1953. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Shows how the activities of the 
Y.M.C.A. help young boys develop qualities 
of leadership and good citizenship. 

Credits : Directed and written by Jack 
Glenn; music. Jack Shaindlin; film editor, 
John DuUaghan. 

© National Board of Young Men's Christian 
Associations; 9Jan53; LP2629. 

MY WIFE TELLS ME <Filmstrip) American- 
Standard [ 1953] Produced by Jam Handy 
Organization. 75 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen 
of counter-top lavatories. 

© American Radiator & Standard Sanitary 
Corp.; 3Apr53 (in notice: 1952); JU7401. 

THE MYSTERY BULLET. Adrian Weiss 
Productions, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 
16mm. Based on the Craig Kennedy stories 
created by Arthur B. Reeve. 

Summary : A television mystery about 
Craig Kennedy, criminologist. 

Credits : Producer and director, Adrian 
Weiss; story, Ande Lamb; film editor, 
Michael Luciano. Cast : Donald Woods, 
Sydney Mason, Lewis Wilson. 

© Adrian Weiss Productions; 17Feb53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2332. 



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THE NAKED SPUR. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 
Released by Loew's, 1953. 91 min., sd., 
color, 35mm. 

Summary : A western which displays the 
violence, greed, and individual ruthlessness 
of three men who participate in the capture 
of an outlaw in 1868. Filmed in the Rocky 
Mountains of Colorado. 

Credits: Producer, William H. Wright; 
director, Anthony Mann; written by Sam 
Rolfe and Harold Jack Bloom; music, Bron- 
islau Kaper; film editor, George White. 
Technicolor. Cast : James Stewart, Janet 
Leigh, Robert Ryan, Ralph Meeker, Millard 
Mitchell. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 6Jan53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2297. 

NANCY HANKS. TV-Radio Workshop, 1952. 
3 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. Second in a series 
of films depicting the life of Abraham Lin- 
coln. 

Summary : A dramatization of events in the 
life of the Lincoln family during Abraham's 
early childhood. Shows the daily activities 
of the family on their farm in the Kentucky 
mountains, Lincoln's early school days in 
Indiana, his mother's death in 1819, and his 
father's remarriage. 

Credits: Producer, Richard de Rochemont; 
director, Norman Lloyd; written by James 
Agec; film editor, Morris Roizman. 

Appl. title: Mr. Lincoln: Nancy Hanks. 

© TV-Radio Workshop; 30Nov52; LP2303. 

NARCOTICS AND YOU. PT. 1 (Filmstrip) 
Young America Films, 1952. 41 fr., color, 
35mm. (Alcohol and narcotics series) 
Summary : Describes the nature and 
origin of opium, cocaine, and marijuana; 
indicates medicinal uses of narcotics; em- 
phasizes the physical and mental deteriora- 
tion which results from drug addiction; and 



1953 



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surveys the laws which have been enacted 
to prevent illegal drug traffic. Eastman 
color. 

© Young America Films, inc.; 29Dec52; 
JP1821. 

NARCOTICS AND YOU. PT. 2 (Filmstrip) 
Young America Films, 1952. 48 fr., color, 
35mm. (Alcohol and narcotics series) 

Summary : Shows the physical and mental 
damage caused by addiction to narcotics; 
emphasizes the ease of acquiring the drug 
habit; describes the treatment for the ad- 
dict; and advocates preventative measures 
for safeguarding potential users. Eastman 
color. 

© Young America Films, inc.; 29Dec52; 
JP1822. 

NARROW ESCAPE. Flying A Pictures, 1953. 
3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Gene Autry western for tele- 
vision. 

Credits : Producer, Louis Gray; director, 
Ross Lederman; screenplay, Virgima M. 
Cooke; music, Walter Greene; music direc- 
tor, Carl Cotner; firm editor, Erma E. 
Levin. Cast : Gene Autry, Pat Buttram, 
Sheila Ryan, the horse Champion. 

© Flying A Pictures, inc.; 16Mar53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2409. 

A NATION DECIDES. March of Time, Oct. 
1952. 29 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A study of popular sentiment 
during the 1952 presidential campaign in 
which typical housewives, farmers, and 
representatives of business and labor ex- 
plain how they expect to vote. Dr. Gallup, 
director of the American Institute of Public 
Opinion, explains a method of forecasting 
probable results on the basis of public 
opinion polls. 

© Time, inc.; 220ct52; MP3213. 

NATIONALISM. Encyclopaedia Britannica 
Films, 1952. 20 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
(American democracy series) 

Summary : Traces the rise of nationalism, 
historical incidents illustrate democratic, 
independent, and imperialistic nationalism. 

Credits : Producer, John T. Bobbitt; 
collaborator, Hans Kohn. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
90ct52; MP3242. 

NATIONAL'S ANIMATED FILM COMMER- 
CIAL. Emil Mogul Co. [1953] 20 sec, sd., 
b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Three animated bells come 
from the design on a shoe box to present 
a musical advertisement for National shoes. 

Appl. author: Myron Mahler. 

©Emil Mogul Co., inc.; 13May53; MU5555. 

NATURE'S HALF ACRE. Walt Disney Produc- 
tions. Released by RKO Radio Pictures, 
1951. 33 min., sd., color, 35mm. (True- 
life adventure series) Technicolor. 

Summary : Actual photographs and time- 
lapse photography are used to present the 
teeming life to be found in a small plot of 
land, the struggle for survival among insects 
and birds, and nature's system of balance. 
Includes scenes of nest-building, pollination 
of flowers, various methods of surviving the 
winter, and the reawakening of plant, insect, 
and bird life with the return of spring. 

Credits : Producer, Walt Disney; director, 
James Algar; script, Winston Hibler, Ted 
Sears, James Algar; narrator, Winston 
Hibler; biologist consultant, Tilden W. 
Roberts; music, Paul Smith; photographers, 
Murl Deusing, Karl H. Maslowski, Arthur A. 
Allen and others; time-lapse photography, 
John Nash Ott, Jr., Stuart V. Jewell, film 
editor, Norman Palmer. 

© Walt Disney Productions; llMaySl; 
MP3556. 

THE NEAR-SIGHTED MR. MAGOO. Motion 
pictures in this series, © Columbia Pictures 
Corp., are entered separately under their 
respective titles. 



NEVER GIVE A SUCKER AN EVEN BREAK. 
SEE Hurry, hurry. LP2316. 

NEVER LET ME GO. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 
Released by Loew's, 1953. 94 min., sd., 
b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel Came the 
dawn, by Roger Bax [pseud, of Paul Winter- 
ton] 

Summary : An American newspaperman 
who has married a Russian ballerina leaves 
his station in Moscow and eventually man- 
ages to smuggle his wife out of the country 
after authorities have denied her permission 
to leave. 

Credits : Producer, Clarence Brown; 
director, Delmer Daves; screenplay, Ronald 
Millar, George Froeschel; music, Hans May; 
film editor, Frank Clarke. Cast : Clark 
Gable, Gene Tierney, Bernard Miles, Rich- 
ard Haydn, Belita. 

© Loew's Incorporated; lApr53; LP2484. 

NEVER WAVE AT A WAC. Independent 
Artists Pictures. Released by RKO Radio 
Pictures, 1953. 87 min., sd.. b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A comedy about the escapades 
of a haughty socialite who, after enlisting in 
the WACs in order to further her romance 
with an Army colonel, fails to get an ex- 
pected commission and is forced to partici- 
pate in a series of textile tests under the 
supervision of her ex-husband. Filmed in 
part at Fort Lee, Va. 

Credits : Producer, Frederick Brisson; 
director, Norman Z. McLeod; story, Fred- 
erick Kohner, Fred Brady; screenplay. Ken 
Englund; music, Elmer Bernstein; film edi- 
tor, Stanley Johnson. Cast : Rosalind Rus- 
sell, Paul Douglas, Marie Wilson, William 
Ching, Arleen Whelan. 

© Independent Artists Pictures, inc.; 
28Jan53 (in notice: 1952); LP2465. 

THE NEW CONGRESS. March of Time, 1953. 
28 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : House and Senate leaders in the 
Republican 83d Congress, including Senate 
majority leader Robert Taft and minority 
leader Lyndon Johnson, give their views on 
such issues as Federal spending, taxes, 
foreign policy, and loyalty. Speaker of the 
House Joseph Martin outlines the Republican 
legislative program, and Senator Wayne 
Morse, independent, explains his position. 

© Time, inc.; I8Feb53; MP3489. 

THE NEW DOWN THE RIVER ROAD (Film- 
strip) Row, Peterson, 1953. 5 filmstrips 
(pt. 1, 46 fr., pt. 2, 42 fr.; pt. 3, 41 fr.; 
pt. 4, 42 fr.; pt. 5, 44 fr.), b&w, 35mm. 
Correlated with the Alice and Jerry reading 
readiness second reader of the same title, 
by Mabel O'Donnell. 

Credits : Photographer, Eric Bender. 

© Row, Peterson & Co.; 5Mar53; JP1924- 
1928. 

NEW FRONTIERS IN SPACE. March of Time, 
1952. 28 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Reproduces photographs of the 
earth, sky, and sun taken by an automatic 
camera during a V-2 rocket trip at a dis- 
tance of seventy-six miles above the earth. 
Includes scenes of astronomers using optical 
and radio telescopes, of a Hayden planetar- 
ium show, and of rocket tests. 

© Time, inc.; 24Dec52; MP3391. 

NEW FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE (Filmstrip) 
New York Times, 1953. 55 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
(A current affairs filmstrip. May 1953) 

Summary : Describes the contributions 
which scientists have made in probing the 
mysteries of space, splitting the atom and 
discovering its potentialities, interpreting 
archaeological discoveries which explain 
the progress of man's developn.ent, develop- 
Inj; the use of science in the improvement of 
man's search for food, improving drugs and 
treatments for the destroying of disease, and 
transforming raw materials into benefits for 
mankind. 

© The New York Times Co.; 2IApr53; 
JP2024. 



NEW INDIA'S PEOPLE. March of Time, 
1952. 28 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Following an eighteen- month 
stay in India, Peter Hopkinson, a March of 
Time cameraman, reports on the people, 
economic conditions, and political life of 
the country today. 
© Time, inc.; 31Dec52; MP3392. 

THE NEW NEIGHBOR. Lone Ranger, inc. 
1952. Produced by Jack Chertok Productions. 
26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George 
W. Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; direc- 
tor, Paul Landres; based on a radio play by 
Dan Beattie; teleplay, Harry Poppe, Jr.; 
film editor, Frank Capacchione. Cast : John 
Hart, Jay Silverheels, Walter Sande. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 18Dec52; 
LP2419. 

NEW NEIGHBOR. U. S. Steel Corp. [1953] 
Made by Jam Handy Organization. 3 reels, 
b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : Presents a record of the con- 
struction of the largest integrated steel 
mill, U. S. Steel's Fairless Works at Norris- 
ville. Pa. 

Credits : Director, Haford Kerbawy; narra- 
tor, George Hicks; music, Samuel Benavie; 
editor, Harold Rogers. 

© The Jam Handy Organization; 13Apr53; 
MU5544. 

NEW ORLEANS: GATEWAY TO THE WORLD. 
March of Time, 1953. 28 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Summary : Surveys the port of New Or- 
leans, the second United States port in dollar 
volume of cargo. Discusses the honest and 
efficient management of the port and its 
modern facilities which are attracting new 
industries to the area and stimulating for- 
eign trade. Includes scenes of International 
House, International Trade Mart, the French 
Quarter, and an aerial view of the tidelands 
oil area. 

© Time, inc.; 21Jan53; .MP3488. 

NEW SALEM. TV-Radio Workshop, 1953. 
3 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. Fourth in a series 
of films depicting the life of Abraham Lin- 
coln. 

Summary : A dramatization of events in 
Lincoln's life from his move to New Salem, 
111., in 1831 until his defeat as candidate for 
the legislature. Shows Lincoln at work in 
Offut's store and as an elections clerk, his 
introduction to the Rutledge family, and his 
enlistment in the war against the Black 
Hawks. 

Credits : Producer, Richard de Rochemont; 
director, Norman Lloyd; written by James 
Agec; film editor, Morris Roizman. 

Appl. title: Mr. Lincoln: New Salem. 

© TV-Radio Workshop; llJan53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2305. 

THE NEW THROUGH THE GREEN GATE 
(Filmstrip) Row, Peterson, 1953. 3 film- 
strips (pt. 1, 50 fr.; pt. 2, 47 fr.; pt. 3, 
55 fr.), b&w, 35mm. Correlated with the 
Alice and Jerry reading readiness third 
reader of the same title, by Mabel O'Donnell. 

Credits : Photographer, Eric Bender. 

© Row, Peterson & Co.; 5Mar53; JP1921- 
1923. 

A NEW WORLD IS DISCOVERED (Filmstrip) 
Jam Handy Organization, 1953. 17 fr., 
color, 35mm. (Age of discovery and explora- 
tion, no. 4) Ansco color. Captioned maps. 

© The Jam Handy Organization, inc.; 
16Mar53; JP1964. 

NEWLYWEDS COMEDY. Motion pictures in 
this series, © RKO Radio Pictures, inc., 
are entered separately under their respec- 
tive titles. 

NEWS OF THE DAY. Hearst Metrotone News. 
Released by Loew's Incorporated. 1 reel 
each, sd., b&w, 35mm. © Hearst Metrotone 
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NEWS OF THE DAY. Cont'd. 
Volume 24. 

217. Oct. 29. 1952. On the last lap of the 
Presidential campaign. War's toll mounts 
in Korea fighting. New York subway crash. 
Japanese armed forces. Fashion caravan 
from Pennsylvania. Mechanical marvels [of 
Swiss watchmakers on exhibit in Geneva). 

© 290ct52; MP3248. 

218. Oct. 31, 1952. Acheson tells UN Reds 
block Korea peace. World's biggest heli- 
copter. U. S. Navy host to Tito. U. S. 
heiress [Virginia Ryan] bride of Lord 
[Ogilvy). Dazzling fashion parade at his- 
toric Versailles. Gridiron games of the 
week: USC blanks California, Michigan 
swamps Minnesota; Duke trounces Virginia. 

© 310ct52; MP3249. 

219. Nov. 5, 1952. Desperate fighting on 
Korea hills. Command performance [of 
Because you're mine] for Queen Elizabeth. 
Prison mutiny at [Illinois' Menard State 
Prison]. Flood in Venice. Pro-football 
thriller [Philadelphia Eagles and New York 
Giants]. Winner (of Irish] sweepstakes. 
[Moto polo] new daredevil sport. Presi- 
dential spotlight. 

© 5Nov52; MP3250. 

220. Nov. 7, 1952. UN and Reds locked in 
deadly see-saw battle. Coronation pre- 
view. Borneo greets Duchess [of Kent]. 
Police perform for [General Naguib). 
Games of the week: Michigan State defeats 
Purdue; UCLA trounces California; Georgia 
Tech swamps Duke. 

© 7Nov52; MP3251. 

221. Nov. 12, 1952. Film story of the 
Eisenhower victory. 

© 12Nov52; MP3252. 

222. Nov. 14, 1952. Trygve Lie quits UN 
to speed Korea peace. Marines rout Reds 
in Korea hills. British Queen's first open- 
ing of Parliament. World's largest trailer. 
Israel loses its great leader (Dr. Chaim 
Weizmann]. Gridiron headlines: Irish up- 
set Oklahoma; Ivy League classic; Trojans 
crush Stanford. 

© 14Nov52; MP3253. 

223. Nov. 18, 1952. War's third winter 
begins in Korea. Carrier (Princeton] re- 
turns to U. S. [SS United States] honored. 
Queen pays tribute to Britain's heroes. 
India's faithful flock to Ganges. Japan's 
new navy. Tokyo hails next Emperor. 
Hunting dog field trials. Acrobats deluxe 
(chimpanzees perform]. 

© 18Nov52; MP3254. 

224. Nov. 21, 1952. U. S. reports first 
tests of H-bomb. Birthday party for Mamie 
Eisenhower. Jitterbug championship (in 
Hamburg, Ger.] Coronation fashions on 
parade for Queen. Michigan State wins on 
Irish fumbles. Army trims Penn in year's 
muddiest game. 

© 21Nov52; MP3255. 

225. Nov. 26, 1952. Eisenhower names 
first three members of Cabinet. (Papagos 
wins Greek election. Ibanez newly elected 
President of Chile. Egypt's Naguib is host 
to Iraq's King Faisal 2d. Truman receives 
turkey from Oregon. In New Orleans, 

E. V. Richards receives Navy Secretary's 
Distinguished Public Service Award.] 
Korea prisoner issue stirs UN. Connie 
Mack at 90. Axemen's derby [in Spain]. 
© 26Nov52; MP3256. 

226. Nov. 28, 1952. Eisenhower finds 
inspiration on first visit to UN. NATO 
forces in war games on Turkish coast. 
Life termer (Louis Hoffner] found innocent 
(and) freed. Variety Clubs' 25th anniver- 
sary. Underwater queen. Truman de- 
nounces bigotry. USC defeats UCLA, wins 
Rose Bowl bid. 

© 28Nov52; MP3257. 

227. Dec. 3, 1952. Amazing air drops 
filmed in Korea. Vishinsky vs. Acheson. 
Eric Johnston in Rio. A. F. of L. elects 
president. New Interior chief [Douglas 
McKay]. Bill Stern's AU-American stars 
and plays of 1952. 

© 3Dec52; MP3258. 

228. Dec. 5, 1952. Korea prepares big 
welcome for Eisenhower. [Mrs. Eisen- 
hower] visits White House. U. S. Steel 



[Corp. marks its 51st year]. 37 perish 
as plane crashes in fog. 100,000 see Navy 
sink the Army. Irish whitewash unbeaten 
Trojans. 
© 5Dec52; MP3259. 

229. Dec. 9, 1952. Atomic age 10 years 
old: Scientists meet on site of first chain 
reaction. Stevenson visits Truman. Happy 
birthday for Winston Churchill. Mexican 
President inaugurated. New Elizabethan 
coins for Britain. Football award to Okla- 
homa star [Billy Vessels]. African Gold 
Coast inspires new styles. Walter Reuther 
new CIO chief. A yuletide message by 
Lionel Barrymore. 

© 9Dec52; MP3406. 

230. Dec. 12, 1952. First films of Eisen- 
hower in Korea. Football specials. 

© 12Dec52; MP3407. 

231. Dec. 16, 1952. Britain's first atomic 
bomb explosion. Eisenhower homeward 
bound [from Korea]. Fight for survival in 
Indochina. Peron declares new 5 -year 
plan. Atomic power plant (working model]. 
Coronation jewels. Santa's home town 
(Santa Claus, Ind.] celebrates. (General- 
issimo Franco goes partridge hunting in 
central Spain.] Jap judo champ routs 
Germans. 

© 16Dec52; MP3408. 

232. Dec. 19, 1952. Eisenhower returns 
from Korea. Constitution of U. S. moved 
to final home. Seoul black market. Riot 
aftermath in Morocco. Israel hails new 
President. New King enthroned [in the 
Himalayan state of Bhutan]. Christmas 
lights and fairytales. 

© 19Dec52; MP3409. 

233. Dec. 23, 1952. Italians join in heroic 
rescues of U. S. seamen (off Leghorn, 
Italy]. Doolittle gets Wright award. Vene- 
zuela builds for the future. Three Amer- 
icans receive Nobel Prize. Artist designs 
exotic footwear. Eisenhower confers with 
MacArthur. Embassy children in holiday 
greetings. 

© 23Dec52; MP3410. 

234. Dec. 26, 1952. Rioting prisoners sub- 
dued on Pongam; UN rejects Red slander. 
Freedoms Foundation honors Eisenhower. 
Movie stars off to cheer Gl's [overseas]. 
Worst disaster in history of aviation (near 
Moses Lake, Wash.] Circus thrills for 
Queen [Elizabeth]. Canadian school opens 
for ski fans. 

© 26Dec52; MP341 1. 

235. Dec. 30, 1952. Bill Stern's sports 
review of 1952: The winter Olympics at 
Oslo; the summer Olympics at Helsinki; 
turf thrillers; speed boat tragedy; tennis; 
baseball; football; aquatic skiing. 

© 30Dec52; MP3412. 

236. Jan. 2, 1953. Sea disaster (of the 
French liner ChampoUion] in Near East. 
Cardinal Spellman in Korea for holidays. 
Movie stars arrive to entertain troops. 
Eisenhower's family party. Hollywood 
turns lights on New York stage [for the 
motion picture Main Street to Broadway]. 
First preview of 1953 beach styles [at 
Varadero Beach in Cuba]. Detroit Lions 
win pro football title. 

© 2Jan53 (in notice: 1952); MP3413. 

237. Jan. 6, 1953. Headline highlights of 
1952. 

© 6Jan53 (in notice: 1952); MP3414. 

238. Jan. 9, 1953. Churchill [in U. S.) to 
talk with Eisenhower. New Congress. 
Coronation robes. Ski jump thriller [at 
Garmisch-Partenkirchen]. The 1953 bowl 
classics: Rose Bowl, Cotton Bowl, Orange 
Bowl, Sugar Bowl. 

© 9Jan53; MP3415. 

239. Jan. 13, 1953. Churchill sees Truman 
after talks with Eisenhower. Congress 
says Eisenhower is in. Portable iron 
lung (is successfully tested in Germany]. 
Belfast air crash. Monkeys enter coconut 
business [in Java]. United Europe rally 
(at the French-Italian border]. Florida 
Governor takes office. New winter sport 
[motorcycle-skijoring]. Golden Gloves 
thriller [in New York]. 

© 13Jan53; MP3416. 



240. Jan. 16, 1953. ROKs win Sniper Ridge 
in sub-zero battle. Milton [Eisenhower] 
and [President] Eisenhower aid Heart Fund. 
First films of Eisenhower with official 
family. New speed records by guided 
missiles. Aussie net star (Frank Sedg- 
man]. New ski sport [ski-bobbing]. Yacht 
classic (the Winter Thistle Class Cham- 
pionship, at Miami]. Barrel jumping (at 
Grossinger, N. Y.] 
© 16Jan53; MP3417. 

241. Jan. 20, 1953. Train crashes into 
(Washington, D. C] station. Truman's 
farewell talk to the nation. [Mclntyre] 

new cardinal in Rome. Venezuela inaugura- 
tion. Mrs. Eisenhower's inaugural gown. 
Bug boat hurdle race [in Florida]. Alpine 
ski thriller. 
© 20Jan53; MP3529. 

242. Jan. 24, 1953. Pope Pius in majestic 
ceremony elevates new cardinals. Nazi 
mass murder trial stirs France. [Two 
Austrian] spies for Reds seized. New 
prison riot [in Pittsburgh]. Eisenhower 
reunion. Ski jump classic (in Illinois]. 
Battle of the rams (in Indonesia]. Surf 
riding deluxe. 

© 24Jan53; MP3530, 

243. Jan. 27, 1953. President Eisenhower's 
inauguration. 

© 27Jan53; MP3531. 

244. Jan. 30, 1953. Dulles makes first 
report to nation. Lodge asks complete 
FBI check in UN. Top jet ace welcomed 
home. Newest fashions for girl cyclists. 
Randy Turpin out to regain title. (Ameri- 
can Indian wins wrestling match in Paris.) 

© 30Jan53; MP3532. 

245. Feb. 3, 1953. [Two] ship disasters in 
the news. Wilson takes oath [as Secretary 
of Defense). Egypt's liberation festival. 
Plastic uniforms for Gl's. Spring fashions 
for March of Dimes. International sports 
carnival (in Bavarian Alps]. 

© 3Feb53; MP3533. 

246. Feb. 6, 1953. Eisenhower frees 
Chiang to fight China Reds. Formosa on th< 
alert. Korea bids Van Fleet good-bye. 
Premiere for MGM movie Above and be- 
yond. Refugees flee Red German terror. 
New discoveries in buried Pompeii. Winter 
carnival [in St. Paul). 

© 6Feb53; MP3534. 

247. Feb. 10, 1953. Vivid film story of 
Europe's worst flood disaster. Mrs. Eisen- 
hower hails USO birthday. (lie de France) 
docks without tugs' aid. [Ski] thriller 
(French Alpine Grand Prix]. All for one 
and one for all [in Brotherhood Week). 

© 10Feb53; MP3535. 

248. Feb. 13, 1953. Huge relief job in 
wake of vast flood disaster (in the Nether- 
lands]. Indochina war report. Dulles re- 
ports. (Conant sworn in as U. S. High Com- 
missioner of Germany.) Korea welcomes 
Taylor. Boy Scouts hail Korea veteran. 
Carnival spirit on Riviera. Welcome 
home dinner for the Trumans. 

© 13Feb53; MP3536. 

249. Feb. 17, 1953. ROK's fighting spirit 
impresses new commander. Singapore on 
alert for Red terrorism. Republic day in 
India. Latest in lifeboats. Newest beach- 
wear fashions. Dog of the year. U. S. 
fighter wins title bout in Paris. 

© 17Feb53; MP3537. 

250. Feb. 20, 1953. Stevenson asks fair 
trial for GOP program. Britain's Queen 
at christening. Chinatown hails New Year. 
Hurricane hits Spanish coast. Mardi Gras 
opens. The strange homecoming of an 
ex-GI [Christine Jorgensen]. Track meet 
thriller [in New York). 

© 20Feb53; MP3538. 

251. Feb. 24, 1953. Stevenson reports on 
talk with Eisenhower. (Eisenhower's] 
first press conference. Mardi Gras comes 
to a gay climax. Refugee exodus [into West 
Berlin) grows. Flames sweep Baltimore 
piers. Van Fleet's final good-bye. U. S. 
girl skater wins world title. 

© 24Feb53; MP3539. 

252. Feb. 27, 1953. Inside atomic energy 
plants. Navy planes blast Red supplylines. 



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Winter warmth for Korean toddlers. Re- 
lief planes aid Holland. Conant studies 
refugee problem. Exhibitor honored [by 
Look magazine]. Army ski thriller. 
© 27Feb53; MP3540. 

253. Mar. 3, 1953. Lodge in UN arraigns 
Soviet for Korea war. Van Fleet welcomed 
home. Coronation previews. Chile wel- 
comes Peron. Red troops parade [in Ber- 
lin]. Army shows new gun. Underwater 
cave [in Florida] yields weird relics. 
Santa Anita Derby. 

© 3Mar53; MP3541. 

254. Mar. 6, 1953. Volcano comes alive 
on island off Alaska. Eisenhower paints 
portrait for Bobby Jones. Commando 
fighting force trained in Vietnam. Carnival 
time in Havana. American Legion honors 
Dore Schary. Mai [Whitfield] breaks 
world [track] records. [Santa Anita Handi- 
cap.] Cincinnati Reds warm up. Red Sox 
begin training. Eisenhower opens Red 
Cross drive. 

© 6Mar53; MP3542. 

255. Mar. 10, 1953. Stalin's death a world- 
wide sensation. Van Fleet says victory 
can be won in Korea. [Yankees in training.] 
Ski flying [in Austria). 

© 10Mar53; MP3543. 

NIAGARA. Twentieth Century- Fox Film 
Corp., 1953. 89 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
Technicolor. 

Summary : A murder melodrama about an 
unfaithful wife who is spending a vacation 
at Niagara Falls with her mentally disturbed 
husband. 

Credits : Producer, Charles Brackett; 
director, Henry Hathaway; written by Charles 
Brackett, Walter Reisch, and Richard Breen; 
music director, Lionel Newman; music, Sol 
Kaplan; film editor, Barbara McLean. Cast: 
Marilyn Monroe, Joseph Cotten, Jean Peters, 
Casey Adams, Denis O'Dea. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
21Jan53; LP2522. 

NIGHT AND DAY. March of Time, 1952. 
15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Ballets de 
France, no. 2) 

Summary : A ballet which portrays the 
symbolic struggle between night and day. 

Credits: Producer and director, J. A. 
Benoit-Levy; music, Tchaikowski; music 
director, Richard Blareau; music arranger, 
Jordania. Cast: Janine Charrat; Claire 
Sombert. 

© Time, inc.; 9Sep52; MP3098. 

NIGHT MUSIC. March of Time, 1952. 
15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Ballets de 
France, no. 6) 

Summary : Four young girls incur the 
displeasure of the Queen of the Forest when 
they encounter four young men in an en- 
chanted wood. 

Credits : Producer and director, J. A. 
Benoit-Levy; music, Mozart; music arranger 
and director, Richard Blareau. Cast : Gene- 
vieve Lespagnol, Georges Reich, Oleg Brian- 

© Time, inc.; 9Sep52; MP3100. 

THE NIGHT WATCH; THE ART OF REM- 
BRANDT. Art Film Productions. Released 
by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1952. 
10 min., sd., color. 35mm. Technicolor. 

Summary : Presents photographs of paint- 
ings by Rembrandt, including The bridal 
pair. Homer, Rembrandt's mother, and The 
girl with the broom. Emphasizes the change 
which occured in the artist's life after he 
painted The night watch. 

Credits : Producer, Boris Vermont; 
director, Jean Oser; story and narration, 
Mildred Barish Vermont; narrator, Peter 
Allen; research, Marilyn Silverstone; music, 
Jacques D. Belasco; director of photography, 
Cyril J. Knowles. 

© Art Film Productions, inc.; 15Dec52; 
MP3462. 

NIGHT WITHOUT SLEEP. Twentieth Century- 
Fox Film Corp., 1952. 78 min., sd., b&w. 



35mm. Based on the novel of the same title 
by Elick Moll. 

Summary : A psychological drama dealing 
with the reminiscences and inner conflicts 
of a dissolute young composer who emerges 
from a drunken stupor believing that he has 
become a homicidal dipsomaniac. 

Credits : Producer, Robert Bassler; direc- 
tor, Roy Baker; screenplay, Frank Partos, 
Elick Moll; music, Cyril Mockridge; music 
director, Lionel Newman; film editor, Nick 
De Maggio. Cast: Linda Darnell, Gary 
Merrill, Hildegarde Neff, Joyce MacKenzie, 
June Vincent. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
25Sep52; LP2350. 

1953 BODY SERVICE (Filmstrip) Chrysler 
Corp., 1952. Produced by Ross Roy, inc. 
104 fr., b&w, 35mm. (A master technicians 
film, V. 6, no. 1) 

Summary : A training film for mechanics 
who service Plymouth, Dodge, DeSoto, and 
Chrysler cars. 

© Chrysler Corp.; 26Dec52; JP1801. 

1953 COMPARISON FACTS: CHEVROLET VS. 
PLYMOUTH (Filmstrip) Chevrolet Motor 
Division [1953] Made by Jam Handy Organi- 
zation. Part 1-2, 112 fr.; pt. 3-4, 117 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 18May53; JU7499, JU7500. 

1953 FRIGIDAIRE MASTER AND DE LUXE 
RANGES (Filmstrip) Frigidaire Division 
[1953] Made by Jam Handy Organization. 
102 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : Presents the features of the 
1953 Frigidaire ranges. 

© Frigidaire Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 17Jun53; JU7532. 

THE 1953 STANDARD REFRIGERATOR LINE 
(Filmstrip) Frigidaire Division [ 1953] Made 
by Jam Handy Organization. 95 fr., b&w, 
35mm. 

Summary : Presents the features of the 
standard line of 1953 Frigidaire refrigera- 
tors. 

© Frigidaire Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 17Jun53; JU7544. 

NO ADULTS ALLOWED. Vitaphone Corp., 
1953. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Vitaphone 
novelties) A Warner Bros, short subject. 

Summary : A group of children gives an 
exhibition of swinging, diving, boxing, 
musical, and other skills and talents. 

Credits : Produced and written by Robert 
Youngson; narration, Dwight Weist; film 
editor. Alb Helmes. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 8Jun53; MP3588. 

NO GREATER LOVE. E. I. Du Pont de 
Nemours, 1952. Produced by Apex Film 
Corp. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (The 
cavalcade of America) 

Summary : A story about Clara Louise 
Maass, a Spanish-American War nurse who 
allowed herself to be bitten by a Stegomyia 
mosquito in order to further the experiments 
which were being conducted in the Las 
."Animas Hospital in Havana during a yellow 
fever epidemic at the turn of the century. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; direc- 
tor, William J. Thiele; teleplay, Tom Seller; 
film editor, Frank M. Capacchione. Cast : 
Mary Anderson, Arthur Franz, Reed Hadley, 
David Bond. 

© Apex Film Corp.; 10Dec52 (in notice: 
1951); LP2356. 

NO TIME FOR FLOWERS. RKO Radio Pic- 
tures, 1952. 83 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary: .A melodrama satirizing the 
absurdities of communism. A love affair 
develops between a Czech girl, who is being 
considered for an important party position 
in the United States, and the Communist 
agent who is testing her loyalty. Filmed in 
Austria. 

Credits : Producer, Mort Briskin; direc- 
tor, Don Siegel; written for the screen by 



Laslo Vadnay, Hans Wilhelm; music, 
Herschel Burke Gilbert; film editors, 
Arthur H. Madel, Henrietta Brunsch. Cast : 
Viveca Lindfors, Paul Christian, Ludwig 
Stossel, Adrienne Gessner, Peter Preses. 

© RKO Radio Pictures, inc.; 25Dec52; 
LP2464. 

THE NORSEMEN (Filmstrip) Jam Handy 
Organization, 1953. 17 fr., color, 35mm. 
(Age of discovery and exploration, no. 2) 
Ansco color. Captioned maps. 

© The Jam Handy Organization, inc.; 
16Mar53; JPI962. 

NORTH PAL. Paramount Pictures Corp., 
1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Casper 
cartoon) Technicolor. 

Summary : An animated cartoon. Casper, 
the friendly ghost, saves a baby seal from a 
bear at the North Pole. 

Credits : Director, I. Sparber; story, I. Klein; 
animation, Steve Muffati, Bill Hudson; music. 
Winston Sharpies. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 29May53; 
LP2604. 

NOS DEUX CONSCIENCES. SEE I confess. 
LP2287. 

NOSTRADAMUS SAYS SO. Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer. Released by Loew's, 1953. 11 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. (Prophecies of Nostra- 
damus, no. 1) 

Summary: Examines prophecies made in 
the 16th century by Nostradamus, a French 
astrologer, and relates them to events which 
have occurred in the 20th century. 

Credits : Screenplay, Richard Landau; 
translations, Yvonne Templin; narrator, 
Carey Wilson; music director, Rudolph G. 
Kopp; film editor, Ira Heymann. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 20Feb53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2371. 

NOVELTOON CARTOON. Motion pictures in 
this series, © Paramount Pictures Corp., 
are entered separately under their respec- 
tive titles. 

NYMPHS OF VERSAILLES. March of Time, 
1952. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Ballets 
de France, no. 7) 

Summary : A fantasy in which statues of 
Greek goddesses come to life and dance 
with three young men who are strolling in the 
garden of Versailles during the reign of 
Louis XIV. 

Credits : Producer and director, J. A. 
Benoit-Levy; music, Rameau; music arranger 
and director, Richard Blareau. Cast : 
Josette Amiel, Xdnia Palley, Claire Sombert. 

© Time, inc.; 9Sep52; MP3102. 



O SOLE MIO. LP2666. SEE I'm the law, 
no. 16. 

OBESITY: PROBLEMS OF FAT FORMA- 
TION AND OVERWEIGHT. Encyclopaedia 
Britannica Films, 1952. 12 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Summary : Describes the physiology of fat 
formation in the body; explains the causes 
of overweight, the detrimental effects of 
obesity, and methods of controlling it. 

Credits : Associate producer, Milan Her- 
zog; educational collaborator, John B. You- 
mans. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
280ct52; MP3230. 

OCTOPUS IN THE HOUSE. National Electric 
Products Corp. [1953] Produced by Jam 
Handy Organization. 3 reels, color, 16mm. 

Summary : Shows the advantages of ade- 
quate electrical wiring, and explains how the 
use of the plug-in strip eliminates fire 
hazard and contributes to more comfortable 
living. 

Credits : Story adaptation, Frank Murray; 
music, Samuel Benavie; editor, Harold 
Rogers. Kodachrome. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



OCTUPUS IN THE HOUSE. Cont'd. 

© The Jam Handy Organization, inc.; 
13Mar53; MU5529. 

OF MICE AND MAGIC. Paramount Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
(Noveltoon cartoon) 

Summary : A cat disturbs the mice who 
have gathered in a theater to watch an en- 
tertainment. 

Credits : Director, I. Sparber; story, 
I. Klein; animation, Dave Tendlar, Martin 
Taras; music, Winston Sharpies. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 20Feb53- 
LP2335. 

OFF LIMITS. Paramount Pictures Corp., 
1953. 8£ min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A comedy. A fight manager 
who joins the Army in order to be near his 
addle-brained champion is ordered to train 
an eager draftee for a championship bout 
with a Navy fighter. 

Credits : Producer, Harry Tugend; direc- 
tor, George Marshall; story and screenplay, 
Hal Kanter, Jack Sher; music score. Van 
Cleave; film editor, Arthur Schmidt. Cast : 
Bob Hope, Mickey Rooney, Marilyn Maxwell, 
Eddie Mayehoff, Stanley Clements. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 25Mar53 
(in notice: 1952); LP2480. 

OIL AND GREASE SEALS (Filmstrip) 
Chrysler Corp., 1953. Produced by Ross 
Roy, inc. 98 fr., b&w, 35mm. (A masters 
technicians film, v. 6, no. 2) 

Summary : A training film for automobile 
servicemen which describes the various 
types of seals used in automobiles, indicates 
their locations, and demonstrates the correct 
method of installing them. 

© Chrysler Corp.; 16Jan53; JP1876. 

THE OIL MAN'S BAZOOKA. Byron Jackson 
Co. [1953] Made by Norman Wright Produc- 
tions. 20 min., sd., color, 16mm. Koda- 
chrome. 

Summary : An industrial film showing the 
development and commercial use of lined 
shaped charges for perforating oil well 
casing. Describes research on shaped 
charges at Stanford Research Institute; de- 
picts the use of the bazooka as an anti-tank 
weapon during World War II. Includes slow- 
motion animated sequences. 

© Byron Jackson Co.; 18Jun53; MU556I. 

OLD FLAME. LP2477. SEE Private secre- 
tary, no. 5. 

OLD OVERLAND TRAIL. Republic Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 60 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A western. An agent for the 
Bureau of Indian Affairs puts a stop to 
Apache uprisings incited by the unscrupu- 
lous owner of a construction company. 

Credits : Associate producer, Edward J. 
White; director, William Witney; written by 
Milton Raison; music, R. Dale Butts; film 
editor, Harold Minter. Cast : Rex Allen, 
Slim Pickens, Roy Barcroft, Virginia Hall, 
the horse Koko. 

© Republic Pictures Corp.; 28Jan53; 
LP2528. 

THE OLD PROSPECTOR. Flying A Pictures, 
1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mn;. 

Summary : A Gene Autry western for 
television. 

Credits : Producer, Louis Gray; director, 
George Archainbaud; screenplay, Milton J. 
Raison; music, Walter Greene; music direc- 
tor, Carl Cotner; film editor. Jack Wheeler. 
Cast : Gene Autry, Pat Buttram, Myron 
Healey, the horse Champion. 

© Flying A Pictures, inc.; 20Feb53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2334. 

OLD SOLDIER. LP2581. SEE Private 
secretary, no. 7. 

OLD TIMER'S TRAIL. Range Rider Produc- 
tions, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Range Rider western for 
television. 



Jan.-June 



Credits : Producer, Hugh McColIum; direc- 
tor, William Berke; screenplay, Paul Gange- 
lin; music score, Walter Greene; music 
supervisor, Irving Friedman; film editor, 
Anthony WoUner. Cast: Jack Mahoney, 
Dick Jones, Elaine Riley. 

© Range Rider Productions; 12Jun53; 
LP2641. 

THE OLYMPIAN HIAWATHA. Blackhawk 
Films, 1952. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
(Blackhawk railroad series) Adapted from 
the motion picture Pacific Northwest holiday 
produced by the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. 
Paul and Pacific Railroad. 

Summary : Shows the Olympian Hiawatha 
on its run from Chicago to Seattle with a 
detailed description of its equipment. In- 
cludes historical information about the 
route followed by this streamline train. 

Credits : Narrator, Carter Reynolds; 
editor, Gardner Soule. 

© Blackhawk Films, inc.; 25Nov52; 
MP3095. 

THE OLYMPIC ELK. Walt Disney Produc- 
tions. Released by RKO Radio Pictures. 
1951. 27 min., sd., color, 35mm. (True- 
life adventure series) Technicolor. 

Summary : A photographic study of the 
Olympic elk which abound on the Olympic 
Peninsula in the state of Washington. De- 
scribes the life of the herd in the winter 
quarters in the low country called the Rain 
Forest, the trek to the summer feeding 
ground in the high country, and the placid 
summer existence of the herd culininating 
in the September mating season with scenes 
of the attempts of the bulls to assemble 
harems and the resulting battles between 
the males. 

Credits : Producer, Walt Disney; director, 
James Algar; script, Winston Hibler, James 
Algar, Ted Sears; narrator, Winston Hibler; 
music, Paul Smith; photographers. Herb 
Crisler, Lois Crisler; film editor, Anthony 
Gerard. 

© Walt Disney Productions; 25Sep51; 
MP3553. 

ON THE MONEY. Aluminum Co. of America 
[1953] Made by Meridian Films Corp. 
28 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 

Summary : A training film for linemen. 

Appl. author: O. Granducci. 

© Aluminum Co. of America; 18May53; 
MU5557. 

ON THE WAY TO SCHOOL: BACKGROUND 
FOR READING AND EXPRESSION. Coronet, 
1952. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : On his way to school, a little 
boy meets a milkman, watches the building 
of a garage, discovers a robin's nest, and 
sees a train go by. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, Viola 
Theman. 

© John Smart; 2Dec52; MP3161. 

ON TOP OF OLD SMOKY. Gene Autry Pro- 
ductions. Released by Columbia Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 6 reels, sd., sepia, 35mm. 

Summary : A western about a cowboy 
singer who thwarts a doctor's plot to take 
over property containing valuable mica 
deposits. 

Credits : Producer, Armand Schaefer; 
director, George Archainbaud; story and 
screenplay, Gerald Geraghty; music director, 
Mischa Bakaleinikoff; film editor, James 
Sweeney. Cast : Gene Autry, Smiley Burn- 
ette, Gail Davis, Grandon Rhodes, Sheila 
Ryan. 

© Gene Autry Productions; 12Jan53; 
LP2197. 

ONE FOR THE MONEY (Filmstrip) Whit- 
lock, 1953. Made by Vogue Wright Studios. 
90 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film. Explains the 
operation of the Economy Reading Plan. 

© Whitlock & Co., inc.; 16Apr53; JP2037. 

ONE GIRL'S CONFESSION. Columbia Pic- 
tures Corp., 1953. 74 min., sd., b&w. 



35mm. 

Summary : A drama showing the misfor- 
tunes which befall a waitress in a tawdry 
waterfront cafe after she steals money from 
her employer to revenge the theft of her 
father's fortune. 

Credits : Producer, director, and author 
of screenplay, Hugo Haas; music score, 
Vaclav Divina; film editor, Merrill G. White. 
Cast: Cleo Moore, Hugo Haas, Glenn Langan, 
Ellen Stansbury, Anthony Jochim. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 10Mar53; 
LP2359. 

ONE RAINY DAY: BACKGROUND FOR 
READING AND EXPRESSION. Coronet, 
1953. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : On a rainy day, a primary 
grade class listens to a story about the way 
a storm begins and what rain does for soil, 
plants, and people. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, Wil- 
liam J. Iverson. 

© John Smart; 17Apr53; MP3321. 

ONE THOUSAND AND ONE NIGHTS AND 
TREASURE WALTZ. SEE A thousand and 
one nights [and] Treasure waltz. MP3295. 

ONE WORLD (Filmstrip) Christian Educa- 
tion Press, 1953. 78 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : Emphasizes the brotherhood 
of man and explains the importance of mutual 
concern for the welfare of others. 

Credits : Author, Oscar J. Rumpf; script, 
Helen E. Baker. 

© The Christian Education Press; 15Apr53; 
JP2075. 

THE ONION RING. Louis G. Cowan, inc., 
1952. 24 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Fearless 
Fosdick adventures, no. A-1) Based on a 
comic strip character created by Al Capp 
[pseud, of Alfred Gerald Caplin] 

Summary : A puppet show which relates 
the adventures of detective Fearless Fos- 
dick and a bank robber with an onion head. 

Credits : Producer, Charles Guggenheim; 
director and marionettes, Mary Chase; 
script, Everett Crosby; puppeteers, Frank 
Sullivan, Silvia Meredith, Donald Sommers; 
film editor, Andrew Bellenot. Cast : Voices, 
John Griggs, Gilbert Mack, Jean Carson. 

Appl. title: Fearless Fosdick in The onion 
ring. 

© Louis G. Cowan, inc.; 6Jul52 (in notice: 
1951); LP2262. 

OPERATION A-BOMB. RKO-Pathe, 1952. 
16 min., sd., color, 35mm. 

Summary : Describes the preparations for 
two atomic bomb tests at Yucca Flat, Nevada, 
in which United States Army and Marine 
Corps personnel participated. Shows the ex- 
plosion of the bombs. 

Credits : Producer, Jay Bonafield; written 
by Burton Benjamin; narrator. Bob Consi- 
dine; music, Louis Applebaum; photographed 
by U. S. Marine Corps cameramen; editor, 
Sidney Katz. 

© RKO-Pathe, inc.; 25Dec52; MP3623. 

OPERATION INSTALLATION. Pittsburgh 
Corning Corp. [1953] Produced by Jam 
Handy Organization. 3 reels, color, 16mm. 

Summary : Demonstrates the correct way 
to lay glass brick. Kodachrome. 

© The Jam Handy Organization, inc.; 
24Feb53; MU5525. 

OPERATION MEXICO. Oldsmobile Division, 
1952. Produced by Wilding Picture Produc- 
tions. 40 min., sd., color, 16mm. 

Summary : The advantages and superior 
features of the 1953 Oldsmobile are present- 
ed in a story about a spy from a mythical 
country who attempts to steal the plans for 
Oldsmobile's rocket engine. 

Credits : Producer and director, Wallace 
W. Fox; screenplay, D. P. Brother and Co., 
inc.; music director, Raoul Kraushaar; film 
editor, John C. Fuller. Kodachrome. Cast: 
Richard Crane, Donna Martel, Leonid Kin- 
skey, Dan Seymour, Ray Walker. 



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© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 10ct52; LP2460. 

OPERATION SAWDUST. Universal Pictures 
Co., 1953. 6 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
(Woody Woodpecker Walter Lantz cartune) 
A Universal-International picture. Techni- 
color. 

Summary : After being mistreated. Woody 
Woodpecker decides to punish Buzz, the 
lumberjack. 

Credits : Story, Homer Brighton; anima- 
tion. La Verne Harding, Ray Abrams; music, 
Clarence Wheeler. 

© Universal International; 26Jun53; 
MP3640. 

OPPORTUNITY FOR GROWTH (Filmstrip) 
Ralston Purina Co. [1953] Produced by Jam 
Handy Organization. 84 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
Summary : A training film for salesmen. 
© Ralston Purina Co.; 3Apr53; JU7409. 

OPPORTUNITY UNLIMITED (Filmstrip) 
Popular Science Pub. Co., 1953. Produced 
in cooperation with the World book encyclo- 
pedia. 50 fr., color, 35mm. (The American 
way, no. 4) 

Summary : Explains that the greatness of 
America has been brought about by the com- 
bined efforts of all its citizens. Empha- 
sizes the unlimited opportunities which are 
available to Americans by portraying the 
humble beginnings and eventual success of 
industrialists such as Carnegie, Ford, Mc- 
Cormick, and Rockefeller. Ansco color. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 
30Jan53; JP1918. 

ORGANIZING AND PREPARING MEALS. SEE 
Cooking series, no. 4. JP1960. 

THE ORPHAN EGG. SEE Dinky in The orphan 
egg. LP2654. 

OUR INDIAN NEIGHBORS TODAY (Filmstrip) 
Popular Science Pub. Co., 1953. 32 fr., 
color, 35mm. (Our friends the American 
Indians) A Richard Nelson travel strip. 
Ansco color. 

Summary : Describes life on a modern 
Indian reservation. Shows pottery, jewelry, 
blankets, and rugs which are made and sold 
by Navajo Indians. Explains that Indians 
have contributed agricultural knowledge and 
artistic work to the white man. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 19Jun53; 
JP2145. 

OUR PENNSYLVANIA (Filmstrip) Pennsyl- 
vania Filmstrips, 1953. 7 filmstrips, color, 
35mm. 

Contents : 1. Getting acquainted with 
Pennsylvania. 50 fr. — 2. Pennsylvania's 
early settlement and growth. 42 fr. — 3. 
Pennsylvania helps lead the new nation. 
34 fr. — 4. Recent growth brings new prob- 
lems. 42 fr. — 5. Communities make Penn- 
■ sylvania great. 32 fr. — 6. Earning a living 
in Pennsylvania. 59 fr. — 7. How Pennsyl- 
vanians govern themselves. 28 fr. 

Credits : Producer, Harvey E. Bair; art 
director, William B. Keller; editor, Thomas 
W. Watkins. Eastman color. 

© Pennsylvania Filmstrips; lFeb53; 
JP1907. 

OUR STAKE IN TROUBLED MOROCCO. 
March of Time, 1953. 28 min.. sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Summary : Describes the violent political 
unrest in French Morocco which threatens to 
endanger strategic American air bases in 
the area. Traces the causes of the dissatis- 
faction to an awakening nationalism in the 
Moslem world and to resentment of the 
country's colonial status despite improve- 
ments initiated by the French government. 

© Time, inc.; 14Jan53; MP3394. 

OUT OF THE EARTH. Universal Pictures 
Co., 1953. 18 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A Uni- 
versal-International featurette. 
Summary: An account of the development 



of oil fields £ind the role of oil in the ex- 
pansion of industry, trade, and agriculture. 
Shows conditions in Saudi Arabia before and 
after American scientists and engineers, 
with the help of the Arabs, completed the 
pipeline system from the Persian Gulf 
across the desert to the Mediterranean Sea. 

Credits : Producer, Thomas Mead; written 
by Arthur Cohen; narrator, Fred Maness; 
editor, Ed. Bartsch. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 5Feb53 
(in notice: 1952); MP3310. 

OUT OF THE SHADOWS— HUMAN RELATIONS 

IN SELLING (Filmstrip) National Biscuit 
Co., .1953. Produced by Wilding Picture 
Productions. 69 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen. 

© National Biscuit Co.; 2Feb53; JP1896. 

OUTLAW OF BLUE MESA. Flying A Pictures, 
1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Gene Autry western for tele- 
vision. 

Credits : Producer, Louis Gray; director, 
Frank McDonald; screenplay, Oliver Drake; 
music, Walter Greene; music director, Carl 
Cotner; film editor. Jack Wheeler. Cast: 
Gene Autry, Pat Buttram, Margaret Field, 
the horse Champion. 

© Flying A Pictures, inc.; 16Mar53; 
LP2408. 

OUTLAW PISTOLS. Range Rider Productions, 
1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Range Rider western for 
television. 

Credits : Producer, Hugh McCollum; 
director, Frank McDonald; screenplay, 
Arthur Rowe; music score, Walter Greene; 
music supervisor, Irving Friedman; film 
editor, Walter Hannemann. Cast : Jack 
Mahoney, Dick Jones, Kathleen Case. 

© Range Rider Productions; 12Jun53; 
LP2644. 

OUTLAW TERRITORY. Range Rider Pro- 
ductions, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Range Rider western for tele- 
vision. 

Credits : Producer, Hugh McCoUum; direc- 
tor, William Berke; screenplay, Oliver 
Drake; music score, Walter Greene; music 
supervisor, Irving Friedman; film editor. 
Jack Wheeler. Cast: Jack Mahoney, Dick 
Jones, Jim Bannon. 

© Range Rider Productions; 12Jun53; 
LP2643. 

OUTLAW UNDERGROUND. Lone Ranger, 
inc., 1952. Produced by Jack Chertok Pro- 
ductions. 26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Created 
by George W. Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; director, 
Paul Landres; based on the radio play by 
Ralph GoU; teleplay, Joe Richardson; editor, 
Ben Marmon. Cast: John Hart, Jay Silver- 
heels, Robert Clarke. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 18Sep52; LP2364. 

OUTLAW'S SON. Lone Ranger, inc., 1952. 
Produced by Jack Chertok Productions. 
25 min., sd.. b&w, 16mm. Created by George 
W. Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; director, 
Paul Landres; based on a radio play by Tom 
Dougall; teleplay, Tom Seller; editor, Ever- 
ett Dodd. Cast : John Hart, Jay Silverheels, 
Robert Rockwell. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; llSep52; LP2217. 

OUTPOST IN MALAYA. Pinnacle Productions, 
London. Released in the U. S. by United 
Artists Corp., 1952. 88 min., sd., b&w, 
35mm. 
Summary: A melodrama about a British 



rubber planter and his wife who recognize 
the strength of their love for each other as 
they defend their lives and their home in 
Malaya against the attacks of native terror- 
ists. 

Credits : Producer, John Stafford; direc- 
tor. Ken Annakin; original story and screen- 
play, Peter Proud, Guy Elmes; music, Allan 
Gray; Indian music arranged and played by 
Rajani Lakhia; editor, Graeme Hamilton. 
Cast : Claudette Colbert, Jack Hawkins, 
Anthony Steel, Ram Gopal, Jeremy Spenser. 

© Pinnacle Productions, ltd.; 21Nov52; 
LP2194. 

OVER THE FENCE; ON THE DEALER'S 
SIDE, THAT IS (Filmstrip) Coca-Cola Co., 
1953. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 
58 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
Summary : A training film for salesmen. 
© The Coca-Cola Co.; 12Feb53; JP2036. 

OVERTURE TO LA TRAVIATA [AND] CHO- 
PIN'S BALLET. Castle Films, 1952. 
1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. (The music album) 

Summary : Members of the Berlin Opera 
House Symphony play the Overture to Verdi's 
La traviata and selections from Chopin. 

Credits : Commentary, Robert Lawrence. 

Appl. title: Overture from La Traviata. 

© United World Films, inc.; 15Feb52; 
MP3292. 



PACEMAKER. Motion pictures in this series, 
© Paramount Pictures Corp., are entered 
separately under their respective titles. 

PACIFIC NORTHWEST HOLIDAY. SEE The 
Olympian Hiawatha. MP3095. 

PACK TRAIN. Gene Autry Productions. Re- 
leased by Columbia Pictures Corp., 1953. 
57 min., sd., sepia, 35mm. 

Summary : A western about the efforts of 
dishonest storekeepers to interfere with the 
delivery of supplies to the settlers. 

Credits : Producer, Armand Schaefer; 
director, George Archainbaud; story and 
screenplay, Norman S. Hall; music director, 
Mischa Bakaleinikoff; film editor, James 
Sweeney. Cast : Gene Autry, Smiley Bur- 
nette, Gail Davis, Kenne Duncan, Sheila Ryan. 

© Gene Autry Productions, inc.; 14Apr53; 
LP2504. 

PAINTING WITH WATER COLORS. SEE In- 
termediate art series, no. 6. JP1811. 

PAOLO'S BIRTHDAY RIDE (Filmstrip) 
Young America Films, 1952. 43 fr., color, 
35mm. (Children of Europe series. Set 
no. 1) 

Summary : Life in contemporary Italy is 
typified by the adventures of a boy who ex- 
plores Naples on a scooter-bike on his 
twelfth birthday. 

Credits : Written by Aldo Canonici; illus- 
trator, Carlos Lopez. Eastman color. 

© Margaret Bradfield; 30Dec52; JP1860. 

PAPER CRAFT. SEE Intermediate art series, 
no. 3. JP1811. 

PARADISE LOST. LP2209. SEE Man against 
crime. Nov. 5, 1952. 

PARAMOUNT NEWS. Paramount Pictures 
Corp. 1 reel each, sd., b&w, 35mm. 
© Paramount Pictures Corp. 

1952/53. 

28. Nov. 19, 1952. First names for Eisen- 
hower's Cabinet. Eden supports India 
[prisoner of war] plan. Inaugural day in 
Chile. Connie Mack honored. New jet 
plane record. Airliner flies polar route 
[from Pacific Coast to Denmark]. 
© 19Nov52; MP3122. 

33. Dec. 8, 1952. Eisenhower's mission to 
Korea. © 8Dec52; MP3107. 

34. Dec. 10, 1952. Truman assails Eisen- 
hower, MacArthur. Eisenhower aboard 



40 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Jan.-Junc 



PARAMOUNT NEWS. 
1952/53. Cont'd. 

[cruiser] Helena. British crown jewels. 
Argentina: New five-year plan. North 
Africa: Days of unrest. Judo expert throws 
20 opponents. Britain's first A-bomb ex- 
plosion. 

© I0Dec52; MP3177. 

35. Dec. 15, 1952. Pro grid season ends. 
Eisenhower reports on Korea mission. 
Christmas 1952 around the globe: Yuletide 
scenes from France, England, Germany, 
Spain, Korea, Indochina, Mexico, and the 
U. S. 

© 15Dec52; MP3123. 

36. Dec. 17, 1952. Eisenhower, MacArthur 
meet. Caracas, Venezuela's city of prog- 
ress. Paris: NATO Council shapes mili- 
tary plans. Diving carnival in the [Cali- 
fornia] desert. 39 rescued from 'half- 
ship' [in the Italian port of Leghorn]. 

© 17Dec52; MP3124. 

37. Dec. 22, 1952. Worst disaster in air 
history [near Moses Lake, Wash.] Acheson 
home from Paris. Lattimore pleads "not 
guilty." Stars off to cheer [overseas) 
troops. Eisenhower speaks on religion. 
Riot aftermath at Pongam. London goes to 
the circus. 

© 22Dec52; MP3178. 

38. Dec. 24, 1952. The biggest sports 
stories of 1952 featuring a guest panel 

of sports experts [in football, boxing, golf, 
baseball, and horse racing; highlight events 
of the Olympics]. 
© 24Dec52; MP3179. 

39. Dec. 29, 1952. The biggest news stories 
of 1952: Saga of the Flying Enterprise; 
year of decision in steel; the King is dead, 
God save the Queen; riots and tension at 
Koje prison camp; Korean battlefront, third 
year; Vishinsky says "no" at UN; Truman 
declines to run; the whirlwind political 
campaign; Eisenhower elected in record 
landslide. 

© 29Dec52; MP3192. 

40. Dec. 31, 1952. Detroit wins pro [foot- 
ball] title. Stage to screen: SMrley Booth 
repeats hit. Busy days before the inaugu- 
ration. Korea: Hours of good cheer (pro- 
vided by Cardinal Spellman and Hollywood 
stars). Rescue from French liner (Cham- 
poUion). 

© 31Dec52, MP3193. 

41. Jan. 5, 1953. The bowl games of 1953: 
Rose Bowl, Sugar Bowl; Cotton Bowl; 
Orange Bowl. 

© 5Jan53; MP3194. 

42. Jan. 7, 1953. Mr. Starmaker, Adolph 
Zukor, honored. Churchill's days in the 
U. S. Spores, speed, and thrills: Skijoring 
in the Alps; polar bears warm up; basket- 
ball classic [between Notre Dame and NYU). 

© 7Jan53; MP3195. 

43. Jan. 12, 1953. ROK troops in valiant 
stand. Spotlight on Eisenhower: Helps 
launch Heart Fund drive; greets son home 
for inaugural; first meeting with Cabinet. 
Gift to Truman from outgoing Cabinet. 
Thistle Class Regatta [in Miami). Pro 
tennis tour [by Sedgman and Kramer). 
Amateur sluggers [fight in Golden Gloves 
contests]. 

© 12Jan53; MP3278. 

44. Jan. 14, 1953. End football's two- 
platoon system. Train smashes into 
station [in Washington, D. C.) Elevation 
of cardinals in Rome. Truman's farewell 
message. Eisenhower family ready for 
big show. Basketball: East versus West 
All Stars. 

© 14Jan53; MP3247. 

45. Jan. 19, 1953. 24 hours of prison 
violence [at Western State Penitentiary 
near Pittsburgh]. Giant dam rises at 
tourist paradise [in the Canadian Rockies]. 
Pope confers hats on new cardinals. 
Malaya: Dramatic flight from Red terror- 
ists. Ski doings: At Fox River Grove, 

111. [the Norge Ski Club sponsors its 47th 
annual competition); in Australia [it's surf 
skiing). 
^■'- © 19Jan53; MP3277. 

46. Jan. 21, 1953. The inauguration of 



Dwight D. Eisenhower. 
© 21Jan53; MP3276. 

47. Jan. 26, 1953. New York salutes 
Italy's new sea queen. A message from 
John Foster Dulles. Milady "pedals" 
fashions. General Taylor succeeds Van 
Fleet. Basketball's Bevo Francis. 

© 26Jan53; MP3298. 

48. Jan. 28, 1953. Swiss team wins world 
bobsled title. Liberation keynotes [Egyp- 
tian) celebration. Hats inspired by Latin 
America. [Dulles addresses members of 
State Department. Wilson sworn in as 
Secretary of Defense. Stassen takes oath 
as Mutuai Security Director. Val Peterson 
sworn in as Administrative assistant to 
President.) Canadian liner burns. The 
saga of Klipfontein. 

© 28Jan53; MP3299. 

49. Feb. 2, 1953. President Eisenhower's 
State of the Union message. 

© 2Feb53; MP3312. 

50. Feb. 4, 1953. Europe's tragic storm: 
The Netherlands, Belgium, England. 

© 4Feb53; MP3313. 

51. Feb. 9, 1953. Carnival [at Viareggio, 
Italy) ushers in Lenten season. Tense 
action 30 miles from Red China. Slalom 
classic at North Conway [N. H.) Grim 
flood report: New films from Holland and 
England. 

© 9Feb53; MP3337. 

52. Feb. 11, 1953. Doberman repeats as 
canine king. Martin & Lewis honored [in 
Hollywood]. Fashion rushes spring. Pres- 
ident sees Lincoln document unveiled. 
Bassett knocks out Famechon [for feather- 
weight championship). 

© llFeb53; MP3338. 

53. Feb. 16, 1953. Holland's road back. 
Former GI returns home a woman. Adlai 
Stevenson's first major speech since the 
campciign. Thrill and upsets in AAU track 
championships . 

© 16Feb53; MP3362. 

54. Feb. 18, 1953. Boxing: Neuhaus 
[knocks out Williams). Airliner crashes 
into Gulf of Mexico. New Orleans at Mardi 
Gras. Eisenhower's first press conference. 
Stevenson visits the White House. Basket- 
ball: 25 straight for Seton Hall. 

© 18Feb53; MP3361. 

55. Feb. 23, 1953. The atom and you. 
© 23Feb53; MP3378. 

56. Feb. 25, 1953. Juan D. Peron [ visits the 
President of Chile). Marciano-Walcott 
[sign for title bout. French) Marshal Juin 
[visits Korean front). General Van Fleet 
[receives ovation in San Francisco). Shir- 
ley Booth and Hal Wallis honored. Berlin: 
British zone "sees Red" on Army Day. 

UN reconvenes; Lodge challenges Vishin- 

© 25Feb53; MP3379. 

57. Mar. 2, 1953. Mai Whitfield breaks two 
world [track] records. [Bob] Hope's char- 
ities win acclaim. Eisenhower's Georgia 
holiday. Red Cross appeal launched by 
President. Alaskan volcanoes erupt. [Red 
Sox, Braves, and Senators in spring training.' 

© 2Mar53; MP3396. 

58. Mar. 4, 1953. Sports on ice [in Saska- 
toon, Sask., Munich, and New York City). 
Adolph Zukor honored on 50th anniversary. 
Joseph Stalin is dead. 

© 4Mar53; MP3397. 

59. Mar. 9, 1953. Coast Guard [cutter) 
rescues ten Navy fliers [in the mid -Atlan- 
tic). Underwater surfboard demonstrated. 
South Korean independence day. Christine 
[Jorgensen] named "woman of the year. 
Now: Malenkovl Steeplechase at Chelten- 
ham. Sports car classic in Fla. 

© 9Mar53; MP3432. 

60. Mar. 11, 1953. Korea ammunition 
probe. Trygve Lie: Attacks Soviet pres- 
sure. Berlin's Mayor Reuter: Presented 
refugee aid. Mrs. Eisenhower: First press 
conference. Paris: Fashions for the 
evening. Free-for-all in streets of Rome. 

© llMar53; MP3433. 

61. Mar. 16, 1953. Basketball: Seton Hall 
wins national Invitation. Medical school 
[in New York] named for Einstein. A visit 



with the Nation's "first grandchildren." 
West Berlin's Mayor in U. S. for refugee 
aid. First public showing [of) new atom 
blasts. 
© 16Mar53; MP3434. 

62. Mar. 18, 1953. Unusual disaster on 
[aircraft) carrier (off Korea's east coast). 
Floral welcome: Hats on to spring. Mar- 
shal Tito in London. Foul shot wins [Na- 
tional Collegiate Athletic Association] title 
for Indiana. Nuclear show in Nevada. 

© 18Mar53; MP3435. 

63. Mar. 23, 1953. Bonn: Europe army 
pact ratified. Harry S. Truman [sails with 
family for vacation in Hawaii). Adlai E. 
Stevenson [tours Korea). Ernst Reuter 
Mayor of West Berlin visits Washington). 
Hollywood, New York in "Oscar" spotlight. 
Aerial rocket for jet interceptors. 

© 23Mar53; MP3464. 

64. Mar. 25, 1953. Queen Mary: a symbol 
of royalty passes. The atom and you: 
Biology and medicine; health, safety, and 
medical uses; atomic energy for the people. 

© 25Mar53; MP3465. 

65. Mar. 30, 1953. Korea: Peace bids 
amid fierce action. Peasants hear Pope 
and De Gasperi. England's tribute to Queen 
Mary. 60 days locked inside a submarine. 
Great day tor Irish in Grand National. 

© 30Mar53; MP3469. 

66. Apr. 1, 1953. Korea: New films from 
western front. Judith Rasheta [presents 
Eisenhower with year's first Buddy Poppy). 
Harry S. Truman receives Hawaii's biggest 
aloha. General Van Fleet [retires). Stars 
of film The girls of Pleasure Island fly 
from Hollywood to Korea. Initial flight of 
Bell Aircraft's Z-IA. Newest guided mis- 
sile [RegulusJ. National figure skating 
championships. 

© lApr53; MP3470. 

67. Apr. 6, 1953. SHAPE marks anniver- 
sary. Teamwork at sea (Allied nations 
stage Operation Rendezvous in the Medi- 
terranean). Czechoslovakia buries Gottwald 
[and greets Gottwald's successor, Antonin 
Zapotocky). Easter, day of faith. GI's 
home from Far East. 

© 6Apr53; MP3481. 

68. Apr. 8, 1953. Braves come home to 
Milwaukee. First carrier [USS Antietam] 
with twin runways. [Gull lives with an 
arrow through his middle.) President 
Eisenhower's visitors (Chancellor Konrad 
Adenauer of West Germany and Israeli 
Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett). New UN 
Secretary General takes over. (Chimpan- 
zee classroom] in Germany. 

© 8Apr53; MP3482. 

69. Apr. 13, 1953. Korea: The drama of 
prisoner exchange. War on locusts [in) 
Central Africa. Horatio Alger awards to 
U. S. leaders. Royal wedding in Luxem- 
bourg. Pan American celebration. Hogan 
wins Masters Tournament. 

© 13Apr53; MP3496. 

70. Apr. 15, 1953. Big factory fire in Chi- 
cago. Air crash miracle [in Cascade 
Mountains). Reds threaten (kingdom of) 
Laos (in) Indochina. Eisenhower challenges 
Soviet. America's no. 1 baseball fan — 
Eisenhower. 

© 15Apr53; MP3497. 

71. Apr. 20, 1953. Korea: The long way 
home [for exchanged prisoners]. Queen 
(Elizabeth) presents coronation colors. 
GOP golf [President Eisenhower and Sena- 
tor Taft). Japanese wins Boston marathon. 
Hockey: Canadiens win Stanley Cup. 

© 20Apr53; MP3547. 

72. Apr. 22, 1953. Allied PWs freed from 
Red camps. 

© 22Apr53; MP3548. 

73. Apr. 27, 1953. [New York City honors] 
General Van Fleet. Clare Booth Luce 
[arrives in Italy). Cerebral palsy poster 
children. Cecil B. DeMille honored. 
[British] royalty at horse trials. Energy 
from the sun (in the French Pyrenees]. 
Penn relays. The Wood Memorial. 

© 27Apr53; MP3557. 

74. Apr. 29, 1953. First U. S. [disabled 
war prisoners] back home [from Korea). 



1953 



MOTION PICTURES AND FILMSTRIPS 



41 



The atom and you; research in agriculture. 
© 29Apr53; MP3558. 

75. May 4, 1953. Queen [Elizabeth) and 
100,000 at soccer final. Film industry 
host to Rio's Governor. Hail jet pilot who 
fled Poland. Governors meet in Washington 
[with President Eisenhower). Dark Star 
wins the [Kentucky] Derby. 

© 4May53 (in notice: 1952); MP3583. 

76. May 6, 1953. Canada's Prime Minister 
in U. S. President Eisenhower in New 
York. Fashions: Gloves in bloom. Iraq 
and Jordan enthrone new kings. "Aqua 
kitchen" is the very newest [at Tampa, 
Fla.) 

© 6May53; MP3584. 

77. May 11, 1953. Queen [Elizabeth] and 
family honor Grenadiers. The Eisenhowers 
in Pennsylvania. Fashions at ancient 
Heidelberg. Rescue drama in North Sea 
[as the British ferry Duke of York collides 
with the American freighter Haiti Victory], 
Music: Language of the world; (symphony 
orchestra drive in Ottawa). Study pre- 
vention of plane crash fires. 

© llMay53; MP3597. 

78. May 13, 1953. Twin tornadoes blitz 
Texas. Dog's nose makes news. Internees 
[released by Communist North Korea) 
back in U. S. Film head [Barney Balaban^ 
sails for Europe. Dollars for Korean aid. 
New military high command [named by 
Eisenhower). Pro-celebrity golf match 
[at Meadow Brook Club in New York]. 

© 13May53; MP3598. 

79. May 18, 1953. Fight's over, debate 
lingers on [after Marciaiio knocks out Wal- 
cott in first round]. John Foster Dulles 
[arrives in Israel). General Matthew 
Ridgway [testifies before House Foreign 
Affairs Committee). President Eisenhower 
[takes weekend cruise aboard the Williams- 
burg). Itady gets sleek new liner. Newsman 
Oatis returns to U. S. [from Czech prison). 
Three planes refuel together in mid-air. 

© 18May53; MP3612. 

80. May 20, 1953. Indochina war rages on. 
Norse Princess [Ragnhild] weds commoner. 
Fashions in lace. Top jet aces bound for 
home [from Korea). Inauguration day plus 
four months. Italy's race of the candles. 

© 20May53; MP3613. 

81. May 25, 1953. London and the corona- 
tion: scenes of the coronation of Queen 
Elizabeth's father. King George VI, May 
12, 1937. High honors for jet aces. Native 
Dancer wins Preakness. 

© 25May53; MP3630. 

82. May 27, 1953. Eisenhowers hosts to 
veterans. Mary Pickford honored for 
bond tour. Red blackmail attempt that 
failed. Jacqueline Cochran first woman 
to fly faster than sound. [Balloon) 
tires in a new roll. 

© 27May53; MP3631. 

83. June 1, 1953. London's "greatest show 
on earth" [the coronation). Moscow: 
Bohlen presents credentiails. Fierce fight- 
ing in Korea. The Indianapolis '500'. 
Human torch: fire-to fire [dive). 

© lJun53; MP3661. 

84. June 3, 1953. The coronation of Eliza- 
beth n. 

© 3Jun53; MP3662. 

PARDON MY WRENCH. RKO Radio Pictures, 
1952. 16 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A slapstick comedy about a 
suitor who attempts to impress his prospec- 
tive father-in-law with his mechanical 
ability. 

Credits : Producer, George Bilson; direc- 
tor, Hal Yates; screenplay. Earl Baldwin; 
film editor, Edward W. Williams. Cast : 
Gil Lamb, Andy Clyde, Carol Hughes, George 
Wallace, Emil Sitka. 

© RKO Radio Pictures, inc.; 30Dec52; 
LP2467. 

PAUL BUNYAN AND THE BLUE OX. Coro- 
net, 1952. 6 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. A Coro- 
net fantasy. 

Summary : Puppets are used to tell a story 
about Paul Bunyan, the legendary lumber- 
jack, and his gigantic blue ox. Babe. 



© Gaby Dure Smart, Continental Illinois 
National Bank and Trust Company of Chi- 
cago, executors of the estate of David A. 
Smart, deceased (in notice: David A. Smart); 
29Aug53; MP3157. 

A PECK O' TROUBLE. Warner Bros. Car- 
toons, 1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
(Looney tune cartoon) 

Summary : An animated cartoon. An over- 
fed, lazy cat runs afoul of a woodpecker when 
he tricks a kitten into catching birds for 
him. 

Credits : Director, Robert McKimson; 
story, Ted Pierce; animation, Herman Cohen, 
Rod Scribner, Phil DeLara, Charles Mc- 
Kimson; music director, Carl Stalling. Tech- 
nicolor. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 6Apr53 (in notice: 
1951); MP3424. 

THE PENNY PRINCESS. Conquest Produc- 
tions, London, 1952. Released in the U. S. 
by Universal International Films. 91 niin., 
sd., color, 35mm. 

Summary : A comedy. A New York shop 
assistant who inherits a bankrupt territory 
in Europe restores prosperity to the area 
by encouraging the manufacture of cheese 
containing alcohol. Filmed in the mountains 
of Spain. 

Credits : Produced, directed, and written 
by Val Guest; music, Ronald Hanmer; music 
director, Philip Martell; film editor, Alfred 
Roome. Technicolor. Cast: Yolande Don- 
Ian, Dirk Bogarde, Edwin Styles, Reginald 
Beckwith, Kynaston Reeves. 

© Conquest Productions, ltd.; 10Mar52; 
LP2444. 

PENNY WISE, POUND FOOLISH. LP2696. 
SEE Private secretary, no. 14. 

PEPPY, THE PUPPY: BACKGROUND FOR 
READING AND EXPRESSION. Coronet, 
1952. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A story about a puppy and the 
children who care for him and train him. 

Credits: Educational collaborator, Paul R. 
Wendt. 

© Gaby Dure Smart and Continental Illinois 
National Bank and Trust Company of Chica- 
go, executors of the estate of David A. Smart, 
deceased (in notice: David A. Smart); 
280ct52; MP3262. 

A PERILOUS JOURNEY. Republic Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
Based on the novel The Golden Tide, by 
Vingie Roe. 

Summary : In an effort to locate the hus- 
band who deserted her, a French girl joins 
a group of women who are sailing to Cal- 
ifornia with the expectation of marrying 
California gold miners. Setting: Panama 
and California in 1850. 

Credits : Associate producer, William J. 
O'SulUvan; director, R. G. Springsteen; 
Richard Wormser; music, Victor Young; 
film editor, Richard L. Van Enger. Cast: 
Vera Ralston, David Brian, Scott Brady, 
Charles Winninger, Hope Emerson. 

© Republic Pictures Corp.; llMar53; 
LP2527. 

PERILS OF THE JUNGLE. Commodore 
Productions and Artists, inc. Released by 
Lippert Pictures, 1953. 61 min., sd., b&w, 
35mm. 

Credits : Producer, Walter White, Jr.; 
director, George Blair; original story and 
screenplay, Frank Taussig, Robert T. Smith; 
editor, Robert Warwick. Cast : Clyde 
Beatty, Stanley Farrar, Phyllis Coates, 
John Doucette, Leonard Mudie. 

© Commodore Productions and Artists, 
inc.; 5May53; LP2537. 

PERSONAL FOULS. JP2U6. SEE Rules of 
girls' basketball, 1952-1953, no. 3. 

PERSONAL HEALTH FOR GIRLS. Coronet, 
1952. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Summary: A high school girl demonstrates 



good habits of cleanliness, grooming, diet, 
exercise, and rest which result in an attrac- 
tive appearance and a feeling of self-assur- 
ance. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, Eliza- 
beth S. Avery. 

© John Smart; I0Dec52; MP3164. 

PERSONAL HYGIENE FOR BOYS. Coronet. 
1952. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A popular high school boy 
demonstrates good habits of personal hy- 
giene in bathing, shaving, and caring for his 
complexion, hair, and nails. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, Carl 
A. Troester. 

© John Smart; 10Dec52; MP3163. 

PETE SMITH SPECIALTY. MoUon pictures 
in this series, © Loew's Incorporated, are 
entered separately under their respective 
titles. 

PETER AND THE DIKE. SEE Stories from 
other lands. JP1969. 

PETER AND THE RESURRECTION (Film- 
strip) Lorenz Pub. Co., 1953. Produced 
by Church-Craft Pictures. 27 fr., color, 
35mm. Designed to accompany a song and 
story program of the same title by Ellen Jane 
Lorenz. 

Summary : Illustrates the major events in 
the life of Jesus from Palm Sunday to the 
Ascension as seen through the eyes of Peter. 
Ansco color. 

© Lorenz Pub. Co.; 15Jan53; JPI8I7. 

PETER AND THE WOLF (Filmstrip) Eliza- 
beth Eileen Scott. Released by Society for 
Visual Education, 1953. 46 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : Cartoon drawings are used to 
illustrate Serge Prokofieff's story of a little 
boy and his encounter with a wolf. 

© Elizabeth Eileen Scott; 26Feb53 (in 
notice: 1952); JP1933. 

PETER DELIVERED FROM PRISON (Film- 
strip) Concordia Pub. House, 1952. 29 fr.. 
color, 35mm. 

Summary : A pictorial account of Peter's 
miraculous release from a Roman prison. 
Acts 12: 1-19. 

Credits : Author, Robert Isely. Ansco 
color. 

© Concordia Pub. House; 22May52; JP1791. 

PHANTOM FROM SPACE. Planet Filmplays. 
Released by United Artists Corp., 1953. 
9 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A science -fiction melodrama 
about the efforts of West Coast authorities to 
capture a faceless man from outer-space 
who is responsible for several murders and 
explosions. 

Credits : Producer and director, W. Lee 
Wilder; story, Myles Wilder; screenplay. 
Bill Raynor, Myles Wilder; music, William 
Lava; film editor, George Gale. Cast : Ted 
Cooper, Rudolph Anders, Noreen Nash, James 
Seay, Harry Landers. 

© Planet Filmplays. inc.; 27Feb53; LP2564. 

PHEIDIPPIDES, THE MARATHON RUNNER. 
SEE Stories from other lands. JP1969. 

PHILHARMANIACS. Paramount Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
(Kartune) Technicolor. 

Summary : An animated cartoon. An ani- 
mal orchestra goes from the sublime to the 
ridiculous in a performance of Liszt's 
Hungarian rhapsody and a jazz arrangement 
of Alexander's ragtime band. 

Credits : Director, Seymour Kneitel; story, 
I. Klein; animation, Tom Johnson. John 
Gentilella; music, Winston Sharpies. 

® Paramount Pictures Corp.; 3Apr53; 
LP2498. 

PHOBIA. LP2205. SEE Man against crime. 
Oct. 1. 1952. 

PICKUP ON SOUTH STREET. Twentieth 
Century-Fox Film Corp., 1953. 80 min.. 



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PICKUP ON SOUTH STREET. Cont'd, 
sd., b&w, 35tntn. 

Summary : A spy melodrama. After steal- 
ing a wallet which contains a stolen micro- 
film destined for a group of Communists, 
a professional pickpocket helps FBI agents 
to trap the members of the spy ring. 

Credits : Producer, Jules Schermer; 
director and author of screenplay, Samuel 
Fuller; story, Dwight Taylor; music direc- 
tor, Lionel Newman; film editor, Nick De- 
Maggio. Cast : Richard Widmark, Jean 
Peters, Thelma Ritter, Murvyn Vye, Richard 
Kiley. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
27May53; LP2680. 

PICNIC WITH PAPA. SEE Terry Bears in 
Picnic with papa. LP2366. 

THE PICTURE OF COMFORT. Harter Corp. 
[1953] Produced by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. 349 ft., color, 16mm. 

Summary : Presents the features of Harter 
steel chairs and Harter posture chairs. 
Kodachrome. 

© The Jam Handy Organization, inc.; 
5Jan53; MU5497. 

PIET TAKES A BARGE TRIP (Filmstrip) 
Young America Films, 1952. 47 fr., color, 
35mm. (Children of Europe series. Set 
no. 1) 

Summary : A view of life in Holland is 
presented through the story of a little Dutch 
boy who travels by barge from Amsterdam 
to Flushing to visit his grandparents. 

Credits : Written by Eleanor La Porte; 
illustrator, Dave Osier. Eastman color. 

© Margaret Bradfield; 30Dec52; JP1861. 

PILOT FILM. LP2582. SEE Private secre- 
tary, no. 10. 

PLANNING MEALS FOR NUTRITION. SEE 
Cooking series, no. 5. JP1960. 

PLANTS GROW. JP2126. SEE Growing 
things, no. 1. 

THE PLAYFUL FISH (Filmstrip) Pat Dowling 
Pictures, 1953. 23 fr., color, 35mm. East- 
man color. 

Summary : Two little fish play a trick on a 
fisherman. Captioned cartoon drawings. 

Credits : Story, Calvin A. Maehl; pictures, 
Lorencie Dyer. 

© Calvin Albert Maehl, Miss Lorencie 
Dyer; lMar53; JP1973. 

PLAYFUL PUSS. SEE Little Roquefort in 
Playful puss. LP2603. 

PLEASURE ISLAND. SEE The girls of 
Pleasure Island. LP2497. 

THE PLEDGE. Lone Ranger, inc., 1952. 
Produced by Jack Chertok Productions. 
26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George 
W. Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; director, 
John H. Morse; based on a radio play by 
Ralph GoU; teleplay, Curtis Kenyon; editor, 
Everett Dodd. Cast: John Hart, Jay Silver- 
heels, Hayden Rorke. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 27Nov52; LP2376. 

PLUMBER'S HELPERS. SEE Terry Bears in 
Plumber's helpers. LP2653. 

PLUTO'S CHRISTMAS TREE. Walt Disney 
Productions. Released by RKO Radio Pic- 
tures, 1952. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
(Mickey Mouse cartoon) Technicolor. 

Summary : An animated cartoon. Chip and 
Dale, two chipmunks, hide in a fir tree which 
Pluto and Mickey Mouse are trimming for 
Christmas. 

Credits : Director, Jack Hannah; story. 
Bill Berg, Milt Schaffer; animation, George 



Kreisl, Fred Moore, Bill Justice, Volus 
Jones; music, Joseph S. Dubin. 

© Walt Disney Productions; 2Apr52; 
LP2550. 

PLYMOUTH HY -DRIVE (Filmstrip) Chrys- 
ler Corp., 1953. Made by Ross Roy, inc. 
101 fr., b&w, 35mm. (A master technicians 
film, session 66) 

Summary : Explains the mechanics of the 
Hy-drive in the Plymouth automobile and 
shows the advantages of a torque converter. 

© Chrysler Corp.; 14May53; JP2107. 

THE POCKET BOOK OF BABY AND CHILD 
CARE. SEE Dr. Spock. MP32I1. 

PONY EXPRESS. Paramount Pictures Corp.. 
1953. 101 min., sd., color, 35mm. Techni- 
color. 

Summary : A western. Buffalo Bill and 
Wild Bill Hickok oppose the combined ef- 
forts of the operator of a stage line and the 
advocates of a republican government for 
California to prevent the founding of the 
pony express. Time: 1860. 

Credits : Producer, Nat Holt; director, 
Jerry Hopper; story, Frank Gruber; screen- 
play, Charles Marquis Warren; music, Paul 
Sawtell; editor, Eda Warren. Cast : Charlton 
Heston, Rhonda Fleming, Jan Sterling, 
Forrest Tucker, Michael Moore. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; lMay53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2534. 

PONY SOLDIER. Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp., 1952. 82 min., sd., color, 
35mm. Based on a story by Garnett Weston. 

Summary : A Royal Canadian Mountie is 
assigned to secure the release of two white 
prisoners held by the Cree Indians and to 
escort the rebellious tribe to their reserva- 
tion. Time: 1876. 

Credits : Producer, Samuel G. Engel; 
director, Joseph M. Newman; screenplay, 
John C. Higgins; music, Alex North; music 
director, Alfred Newman; film editor, John 
W. McCafferty. Technicolor. Cast : Tyrone 
Power, Cameron Mitchell, Thomas Gomez, 
Penny Edwards, Robert Horton. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
13Nov52; LP2244. 

POPEYE THE SAILOR CARTOON. Motion 
pictures in this series, © Paramount Pic- 
tures Corp., are entered separately under 
their respective titles. 

POPEYE 'S MIRTHDAY. Paramount Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 6 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
(Popeye the sailor cartoon) 

Summary : After many unsuccessful at- 
tempts to enter Olive's house, Popeye goes 
down the chimney and is greeted with a sur- 
prise birthday party. 

Credits : Director, Seymour Kneitel; story, 
Carl Meyer, Jack Mercer; animation, Tom 
Johnson, Frank Endres; music, Winston 
Sharpies. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 22May53; 
LP2592. 

POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY — U. S. A. (Film- 
strip) Heritage Filmstrips, 1953. 46 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : Describes the system of repre- 
sentative government provided for in the 
Constitution, the advantages of more direct 
representation, and the need for revision of 
the present system of nominating and elect- 
ing the President. Explains how the elector- 
ate may use recall, initiative, and referen- 
dum. 

Credits: Author, Samuel Paul Robbins; 
artist, Ruth Wolf. 

© Heritage Filmstrips, inc.; 10Jan53; 
JP1820. 

PORT ROYAL, THE GHOST CITY BENEATH 
THE SEA. SEE City beneath the sea. 
LP2227. 

PORT SINISTER. RKO Radio Pictures, 1952. 
65 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Produced with 



the cooperation of Marine Studios, Marine- 
land, Fla. 

Summary : A melodrama. A seismologist 
encounters an unscrupulous rival in his 
quest for buried treasure in the Caribbean 
Sea. 

Credits : Produced and written by Aubrey 
Wisberg and Jack Pollexfen; director, 
Harold Daniels; music, Albert Glasser; 
film editor, Fred R. Feitshans. Cast : 
James Warren, Lynne Roberts, Paul Cava- 
nagh, William Schallert, Marjorie Stapp. 

© RKO Radio Pictures, inc.; 3IDec52; 
LP2532. 

PORTUGAL SEEKS A NEW ROUTE EAST 
(Filmstrip) Jam Handy Organization, 1953. 
13 fr., color, 35mm. (Age of discovery and 
exploration, no. 3) Ansco color. Captioned 
maps. 

© The Jam Handy Organization, inc.; 
16Mar53; JP1963. 

THE POSTAL STORY (Filmstrip) Tested 
Teaching Films Corp., 1953. 66 fr., color, 
35mm. 

Summary : A historical sketch of the de- 
velopment of the postal, service which shows 
mail being delivered by horseback, stage- 
coach, and train. Describes various serv- 
ices of the modern post office, including the 
handling of registered mail, parcel post, 
and money orders. Explains the procedure 
for delivering mail to city residences, to 
post office boxes, and to homes on rural 
routes. Ansco color. 

© Tested Teaching Films Corp.; 25Feb53; 
JP1912. 

THE POSTMAN. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 
Released by Loew's, 1953. 9 min., sd., 
b&w, 35mm. (Pete Smith specialty) Pro- 
duced in cooperation with the U. S. Post 
Office Dept. 

Summary : A comedy about the irritating 
situations which a postman encounters on his 
route. 

Credits: Producer and narrator, Pete 
Smith; director, David Barclay; story and 
screenplay, Joe Ansen, David Barclay; film 
editor, Joseph Dietrick. Cast : Dave 
O'Brien. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 28May53; LP2645. 

POTATO PRINTING. SEE Intermediate art 
series, no. 5. JP1811. 

POTTERY MAKING. SEE Intermediate art 
series, no. 1. JP1811. 

POWDER RIVER. Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp., 1953. 80 min., sd., color, 
35mm. Based on a book by Stuart N. Lake. 

Summary: A western. A young gold 
prospector in eastern Oregon who refuses 
to wear guns despite his skill as a gunman 
becomes a marshal in order to avenge the 
murder of his partner. 

Credits: Producer, Andre Hakim; direc- 
tor, Louis King; story, Sam Hellman; 
screenplay, Geoffrey Homes; music director, 
Lionel Newman; film editor, William B. 
Murphy. Cast : Rory Calhoun, Corinne 
Calvet, Cameron Mitchell, Penny Edwards, 
Carl Betz. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
13May53; LP2679. 

POWERED TO LEAVE THE PAST FAR BE- 
HIND (Filmstrip) Lincoln-Mercury Sales 
Council, 1953. Made by Wilding Picture 
Productions. 85 fr., color, 35mm. (Lin- 
coln-Mercury sales round-table, no. 2A) 

Summary : Presents the features of the 
1953 Lincoln. 

© Lincoln-Mercury Division of Ford Motor 
Co. (in notice: Ford Motor Co.); 26Jan53; 
JP2057. 

PRACTICING ARC WELDING. JP1846. SEE 
Arc welding, pt. 3. 

PRAIRIE PIRATES. Castle Films, 1951. 
1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. 



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Summary : A Tex Williams western. 
A daredevil freight-line driver wipes out 
his lawless rivals. 

© United World Films, inc.; 150ct51; 
LP2317. 

PREAPPROACH. McGraw-Hill Book Co., 
1952. Produced by Transfilm. 10 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. (Salesmanship series) 
Correlated with Textbook of salesmanship, 
by Frederic A. Russell and Frank H. Beach. 

Summary : An animated training film 
which emphasizes the necessity of acquiring 
the pertinent information about a prospec- 
tive customer before the sales interview and 
tailoring the sales plan to fit the ideas and 
personality of the customer. 
© McGraw-Hill Co., inc.; 26Sep52; -MP3226. 

PRECISION FOR PRODUCTION (Filmstrip) 
Sheffield Corp. [1953] Produced by Jam 
Handy Organization. 70 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : An advertising film describing 
the features of a Sheffield machine tool 
product. 

© The Sheffield Corp.; 3Apr53; JU7407. 

PREHISTORIC TIMES: THE WORLD BEFORE 
MAN. Coronet, 1953. 11 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Summary : Recreates the earth in its pre- 
sumed form during the two-billion-year 
period prior to the coming of man. Explains 
the nnost important geological and biological 
developments of the five great geological 
eras — Archeozoic, Proterozoic, Paleozoic, 
Mesozoic, and Cenozoic. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, John 
Day Larkin; technical advisor, Anne Strom- 
quist. 

© John Smart; 27Feb53; MP3328. 

PRESCHOOL PATTERNS. Penmar Pictures, 
1952. 40 min., si, color, 16mm. 

Summary : A study of the behavior of the 
nursery-school child. Scenes from adult 
education cooperative preschool centers are 
used in presenting problems relating to the 
health habits of children, their creative 
activities, and their inter-group relation- 
ships. For parents and teacher-training. 

Credits : Professional advisor, Adeline 
Brunner. Kodachrome. 

© Penmar Pictures; a partnership consis- 
ting of Richard D. Penoyer and Douglas G. 
Marlow; 20Oct52; MP3309. 

THE PRESIDENT. SEE Government in action. 
JP1968. 

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS. Encyclopaedia 
Britannica Films, 1952. 14 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. (American democracy series) 

Summary : Traces changes in the system of 
electing the President since the time of 
Washington, and describes the effect of mod- 
ern developments in communication and 
transportation on political campaigns and 
on public awareness of political events. 
Includes newsreel clips of recent campaigns, 
national conventions, elections, and inaugura- 
tions. 

Credits : Producer, John T. Bobbitt; col- 
laborators, Robert D. Ochs, Ralph D. Casey. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
90ct52; MP3243. 

THE PRESIDENT'S L.^^DY. Twentieth Cen- 
tury-Fox Film Corp., 1953. 96 min., sd., 
b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel of the same 
title by Irving Stone. 

Summary : Dramatizes the love story of 
Andrew Jackson and his wife Rachel from 
their meeting in 1789 to Jackson's inaugura- 
tion as seventh President of the United 
States in 1829. 

Credits : Producer, Sol C. Siegel; director, 
Henry Levin; screenplay, John Patrick; 
music, Alfred Newman; film editor, William 
B. Murphy. Cast : Susan Hayward, Charlton 
Heston, John Mclntire, Fay Bainter, Whit- 
field Connor. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
17Mar53; LP2686. 



PRESSURE GROUPS. Encyclopaedia Britan- 
nica Films, 1952. 22 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
(Political science series) 

Summary : Explains the organization, 
operation, and purposes of pressure groups, 
the useful functions performed by such 
groups in a democracy, and the need for 
constant scrutiny of the motives of pressure 
groups. Dramatizes the role of a pressure 
group in securing passage of a slum clear- 
ance bill in a state legislature. 

Credits : Producer, John T. Bobbitt; col- 
laborator, Charles E. Merriam. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
5Nov52; MP3241. 

PRETTY BABY. LP2513. SEE Mr. and Mrs. 
North. No. 27. 

PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE: CIRCUIT 
BREAKERS. International Business Ma- 
chines Corp., 1952. 12 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Summary : Illustrates correct preventive 
maintenance procedures for plunger type 
and rocker type circuit breakers. 

Credits : Authors, Robert John Allen, 
Eugene August Madlon. 

© International Business Machines Corp.; 
60ct52; MP3595. 

PREVIEWED DICTATION. SEE Teaching 
Gregg shorthand simplified: Developing 
shorthand speed. MP3219. 

PRICELESS HERITAGE. Superior Coach 
Corp. [1953] Produced by Jam Handy Or- 
ganization. 3 reels, color, 16mm. 

Summary : Contrasts a day in a French 
school room as portrayed in Daudet's story 
The last lesson, with the first day in a new 
American high school to which students are 
transported in Superior Coach buses. 
Kodachrome. 

© The Jam Handy Organization, inc.; 
5Jan53; MU5498. 

PRINCE OF PIRATES. Columbia Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 78 min., sd., color, 35mm. 

Summary : A melodrama. A swashbuckling 
rebel, dissatisfied by his older brother's 
treachery in ruling their mythical kingdom, 
forms a band of volunteers, destroys the 
Spanish fleet, enlists the aid of France, and 
eventually succeeds in establishing a just 
rule in his homeland. Time: 17th century. 

Credits: Producer, Samuel Katzman; 
director, Sidney Salkow; story, William 
Copeland, Herbert Kline; screenplay, John 
O'Dea, Samuel Newman; music director, 
Mischa Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Jerome 
Thorns. Technicolor. Cast : John Derek, 
Barbara Rush, Carla Balenda, Whitfield 
Connor, Edgar Barrier. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 10Mar53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2358. 

PRIVATE SECRET.ARY. Chertok Television, 
1953. 26 min., each, sd., b&w, 16mm. 
© Chertok Television, inc. 

Summary : A comedy television series 
about the life of a private secretary. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; direc- 
tors. Christian Nyby, Rod Amateau; based 
on an idea by Ned Marin; film editors, 
Frank Capacchione, Ben Marmon, Ernie 
Leadlay, Marsh Hendry, Michael Luciano. 
Cast: Ann Sothern, Don Porter, Ann Tyrrell. 

Appl. author: Chertok Television, inc., 
employer for hire. 

1. Femme fatale. Teleplay by Tom Seller. 
© lFeb53; LP2423. 

2. The bachelor takes a wife. Teleplay by 
Curtis Kenyon. © 8Feb53; LP2424. 

3. The eyes have it. Teleplay by Leonard 
Gershe. © 15Feb53; LP2476. 

4. Where there's a will. Teleplay by 
Leonard Gershe. © 22Feb53; LP2475. 

5. Old flame. Teleplay by Tom Seller. 
© lMar53; LP2477. 

6. The servant problem. Teleplay by 
Leonard Gershe. © 8Mar53; LP2478. 

7. Old soldier. Teleplay by Curtis Kenyon. 
© 15Mar53; LP2581. 



8. Lady from Paris. Teleplay by Tom 
Seller. © 29Mar53; LP2583. 

9. Suspicion. Teleplay by Phil Davis. 
© 5Apr53; LP2580. 

10. Pilot film. Teleplay by Tom Seller. 
© 12.^pr53; LP2582. 

11. Star struck. Teleplay by Leonard Gershe. 
© 26Apr53; LP2627. 

12. Whodunit. Teleplay by Phil Davis. 
© 3May53; LP2625. 

13. Too much spring. Teleplay by Leonard 
Gershe. © 10May53; LP2626. 

14. Penny wise, pound foolish. Teleplay 
by Phil Davis. © 24May53; LP2696. 

15. Child labor. Teleplay by Jerry Adelman. 
© 31May53; LP2698. 

16. Dark stranger. Teleplay by Tom Seller. 
© 7Jun53; LP2697. 

PRIZE WINNER. Flying A Pictures, 1953. 
3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Gene Autry western for tele- 
vision. 

Credits : Producer, Louis Gray; director, 
Ross Lederman; screenplay, Virginia M. 
Cooke; music score, Walter Greene; music 
director, Carl Cotner; film editor, Paul 
Borofsky. Cast: Gene Autry, Pat Buttram, 
the horse Champion. 

© Flying A Pictures, inc.; 21May53; 
LP2615. 

PROBLEM GIRLS. Columbia Pictures Corp., 
1953. 70 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A melodrama. A psychology 
professor at a private school for mentally 
unstable girls discovers that two of the insti- 
tution's directors are involved in murder, 
blackmail, and a million-dollar inheritance 
swindle. 

Credits : Produced and written by Aubrey 
Wisberg, Jack PoUexfen; director, E. A. Du- 
pont; music, Albert Glasser; film editor, 
Fred Feitshans, Jr. Cast : Helen Walker, 
Ross Elliott, Susan Morrow, Anthony Jochim, 
James Seay. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 10Mar53; 
LP2360. 

PROBLEMS OF THE NEW ADMINISTRATION 
(Filmstrip) New York Times, 1953. 54 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. (A current affairs filmstrip, 
Feb. 1953) 

Summary : A survey of foreign, domestic, 
and governmental problems which face Pres- 
ident Eisenhower includes -such issues as the 
war in Korea, America's role in the United 
Nations, foreign policy, an atomic energy 
program, tariff, taxes, inflation, and civil 
rights. 

© The New York Times Co.; 23Jan53; 
JP1825. 

THE PROCRASTINATOR. Centron Corp. Re- 
leased by Young America Films, 1952. 
1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. (Discussion prob- 
lems in group living) With teacher's guide. 

Summary : A film designed to provoke 
discussion among young people by presenting 
a story about the social chairman of a high 
school class whose procrastination is re- 
sponsible for the failure of a class party. 

©Young America Films, inc.; 30Dec52; 
MPS 171. 

PRODUCTION EFFICIENCY AND ACCIDENT 
PREVENTION. SEE A way to efficient pro- 
duction. JP1787. 

PROGRESS REPORT ON PAKISTAN. March 
of Time, 1953. 28 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Supreme Court Justice William 
O. Douglas and Pakistani Ambassador 
Mohammed Ali discuss the development of 
Pakistan in the five and a half years of its 
existence as an independent nation and the 
strategic importance of the famed Khyber 
Pass. Surveys the industrial and construc- 
tion programs for modernizing the country, 
and presents the problem of Kashmir, an 
area claimed by both Pakistan and India. 

© Time, inc.; 4Feb53; MP3487. 



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THE PROOF THAT PAYS OFF (Filmstrip) 
Chevrolet Motor Division [1953] Made by 
Jam Handy Organization. 61 fr., b&w, 
35mm. 

Summary : Presents the features of the 
Chevrolet car which have been retained and 
improved through the years. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 17Jun53; JU7537. 

PROPHECIES OF NOSTRADAMUS. Motion 
pictures in this series, © Loew's Incorpo- 
rated, are entered separately under their 
respective titles. 

PROSPECTING. McGraw-Hill Book Co., 
1952. Produced by Transfilm. 10 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. (Salesmanship series) 
Correlated with Textbook of salesmanship, 
by Frederic A. Russell and Frank H. Beach. 

Summary : An animated training film which 
explains that the foundation of successful 
selling is a systematic method of locating 
prospective customers. Presents, through 
interviews with salesmen, three effective 
systems for selecting prospective buyers. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 26Sep52; 
MP3222. 

PROTECTING EYES AT WORK (Filmstrip) 
Popular Science Pub. Co., 1952. Developed 
in cooperation with the National Society for 
the Prevention of Blindness. 51 fr., color, 
35mm. 

Summary : Illustrates the industrial uses 
of machinery guards, safety goggles, and 
eye shields; shows high school boys learning 
to protect their eyes in shop classes; em- 
phasizes the importance of prompt treatment 
of eye injuries. Ansco color. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 30Apr52; 
JP1940. 

THE PROTESTANT REFORMATION (Film- 
strip) Life, 1952. Produced by Science 
Pictures. 66 fr., color, 35mm. With lec- 
ture notes. Based on material incorporated 
in Life's picture history of Western man. 

Summary : Photographs of works of art of 
the 15th, 16th, and 17th centuries are used to 
illustrate the background and history of the 
Protestant Reformation. Ansco color. 

© Time, inc. (Life Filmstrips); 3Nov52; 
A84628. 

PUBLIC RELATIONS FOR BUSINESS AND 
PROFESSIONAL PEOPLE (Filmstrip) 
Pat Dowling Pictures, 1952. 55 fr., color, 
35mm. Based on the book of the same title 
by Roy J. Leffingwell. 

Summary : Emphasizes the importance of 
establishing good public relations in a busi- 
ness office. Ansco color. 

© Pat Dowling Pictures; lDec52; JP1768. 

THE PUEBLO INDIANS OF THE SOUTHWEST 
(Filmstrip) Popular Science Pub. Co., 1953. 
34 fr., color, 35mm. (Our friends the Amer- 
ican Indians) A Richard Nelson travel strip. 
Ansco color. 

Summary : Describes the pueblo homes of 
southwestern Indians and explains how the 
desert tribes grow crops in dry land. Shows 
native customs, including the Hopi snake 
dance which is performed to bring rain. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 19Jun53; 
JP2144. 



Q 



QUALITY UNLIMITED. Lincoln-Mercury 
Division, 1953. Made by Wilding Picture 
Productions. 19 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen. 
Demonstrates how quality is controlled in 
the manufacture of Lincoln and Mercury 
cars. 

© Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor 
Co.; 6Feb53; LP2541. 

QUOTATION MARKS AND ITALICS (Film- 
strip) Young America Films, 1953. 38 fr., 
color, 35mm. (The punctuation series, 
no. 5) Eastman color. 



Summary : Drawings are used to explain 
the uses of quotation marks and italics. 
Includes exercises for class participation. 

© Young America Films, inc.; 10Apr53- 
JP2021. 



RABBITS GROW. JP2131. SEE Growing 
things, no. 6. 

RAGE OF THE VULTURE. SEE Thunder in 
the East. LP2195. 

RAIDERS OF THE SEVEN SEAS. Global Pro- 
ductions. Released by United Artists Corp., 
1953. 88 min., sd., color, 35mm. Techni- 
color. 

Summary : A melodrama about the adven- 
tures and romance of Barbarossa, a swash- 
buckling, red -bearded buccaneer, who with 
a crew composed of captured Spanish pris- 
oners battles Spanish island outposts in the 
West Indies. 

Credits : Producer and director, Sidney 
Salkow; story and screenplay, John O'Dea, 
Sidney Salkow; music, Paul Sawtell; film 
editor. Buddy Small. Cast : John Payne, 
Donna Reed, Gerald Mohr, Lon Chaney, 
Anthony Caruso. 

©Global Productions, inc.; 20May53; 
LP2624. 

RAILROAD STORY. Castle Films, 1951. 
1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A story of railroad speed which 
includes shots of rapidly moving trains, 
locomotives, and famous fliers. 

© United World Films, inc.; 15Feb51; 
MP3208. 

RANGE RIDER TELEVISION SERIES. Motion 
pictures in this series, © Range Rider Pro- 
ductions, are entered separately under their 
respective titles. 

RANGER IN DANGER. Lone Ranger, inc., 
1952. Produced by Jack Chertok Produc- 
tions. 26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Created 
by George W. Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; direc- 
tor, John H. Morse; original teleplay, Tom 
Seller; editor, Everett Dodd. Cast: John 
Hart, Jay Silverheels, Douglas Kennedy. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 30Oct52; LP2343. 

RANSOM CROSS. Flying A Pictures, 1952. 
3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Gene Autry western for tele- 
vision. 

Credits : Producer, Louis Gray; director, 
William Berke; screenplay, Robert Schaefer, 
Eric Freiwald; music, Walter Greene; 
music director, Carl Cotner; film editor. 
Jack Wheeler. Cast : Gene Autry, Pat But- 
tram, Gail Davis, John Hamilton, the horse 
Champion. 

© Flying A Pictures, inc.; 21Dec52; 
LP2190. 

RASSLIN' MAT-ADORS. Columbia Pictures 
Corp., 1952. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
(World of sports) 

Summary : A comedy about wrestling which 
presents Gene Standlee, the former Mr. 
America, as the victorious hero of a wrest- 
ling match and Big Ben Morgan as the de- 
feated villain. 

Credits : Producer and director, Harry 
Foster; commentator. Bill Stern; music. 
Jack Shaindlin. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 20Nov52; 
MP3376. 

A REAL TREAT. Chevrolet Motor Division 
[ 1953] Produced by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. 75 ft., color, 35mm. 

Summary : Presents the various models 
of Chevrolet trucks. Eastman color. 



© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 13Mar53; MU5531. 

REBEL CITY. Allied Artists Productions. 
Released by Monogram Pictures Corp., 
1953. 63 min., sd., sepia, 35mm. 

Summary : A western about a gambler 
whose attempt to discover his father's 
murderer leads to the expose of a Union 
captain as the leader of the Kansas Copper- 
heads, a group of Confederate sympathizers 
responsible for his father's death. Time: 
1846. 

Credits : Producer, Vincent M. Fennelly; 
director, Thomas Carr; written by Sid Theil; 
music, Raoul Kraushaar; editor, Sam Fields. 
Cast : Wild Bill Elliott, Marjorie Lord, 
Robert Kent, Ray Walker, Henry Rowland. 

© Monogram Pictures Corp.; 8Jun53; 
LP2622. 

THE REDHEAD FROM WYOMING. Universal 
Pictures Co., 1953. 80 min., sd., color, 
35mm. A Universal-InternationaJ picture. 

Summary : A western about an unscrupu- 
lous politician who seeks to foment a range 
war between cattlemen and Wyoming settlers 
in order to hide his rustling activities. 

Credits : Producer, Leonard Goldstein; 
director, Lee Sholem; story, Polly James; 
screenplay, Polly James, Herb Meadow; 
music director, Joseph Gershenson; film 
editor, Milton Carruth. Technicolor. Cast : 
Maureen O'Hara, Alex Nicol, Alexander 
Scourby, Jeanne Cooper, Claudette Thornton. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 2Jan53; 
LP2229. 

REGIONAL ANALGESIA. Winthrop-Stearns 
[1953] 36 min. 

Summary : Demonstrates technics of ad- 
ministering pontocaine hydrochloride in order 
to produce regional analgesia in various 
portions of the human body; discusses the 
toxic reactions which might occur in con- 
nection with the injection of the drug. For 
physicians. 

Credits : Authors, Daniel C. Moore, J. J. 
Bonica. 

© Winthrop-Stearns, inc.; 13Apr53; 
MU5542. 

REIGNING BEAUTY. Chevrolet Motor Divi- 
sion [ 1953] Produced by Jam Handy Organ- 
ization. 75 ft., color, 35mm. 

Summary : Presents the features of the 
1953 Chevrolet passenger car. Eastman 
color. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 16Feb53; MU5518. 

REMAINS TO BE SEEN. Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer. Released by Loew's, 1953. 89 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the play of the 
same title by Howard Lindsay and Russel 
Crouse. 

Summary : A mystery comedy. A dance- 
band singer and an apartment house man- 
ager who is an amateur drummer are in- 
volved in a Park Avenue murder. 

Credits : Producer, Arthur Hornblow, Jr.; 
director, Don Weis; screenplay, Sidney 
Sheldon; music director, Jeff Alexander; 
film editor. Cotton Warburton. Cast : June 
AUyson, Van Johnson, Louis Calhern, Angela 
Lansbury, John Beal. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 17Apr53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2526. 

REPORT FROM INDUSTRY (Filmstrip) 
Sheffield Corp. [1953] Produced by Jam 
Handy Organization. 59 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : An advertising film describing 
the wide use of Sheffield machine tools in 
American industry. 

© The Sheffield Corp.; 3Apr53; JU7406. 

REPORT ON OUR ATOMIC DEVELOPMENT. 
March of Time, 1952. 29 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Summary : Describes the growth and im- 
portance of the atomic energy program of the 
United States. Allen Dibble interviews Cap- 
tain Hyman Rickover, director of the Navy 



1953 



MOTION PICTURES AND FILMSTRIPS 



45 



Nuclear Power Division, who describes a 
new atomic submarine. 
© Time, inc.; 5Nov52; MP3352. 

RESPONSIBILITY. Centron Corp. Released 
by Young America Films, 1953. 1 1/4 reel, 
sd., b4w, 16mm. (Discussion problems in 
group living) With teacher's guide. 

Summary: A story of a high school boy 
who has difficulty in accepting responsibility 
and in making decisions serves as a basis 
for a discussion of dependability and irre- 
sponsibility. 

©Young America Films, inc.; 12Mar53; 
MP3364. 

REST THAT BUILDS GOOD HEALTH. Coro- 
net, 1953. 11 nain., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A sixth grade boy learns that 
sleep, relaxation, and change are important 
ways to rest. Explains how to develop good 
rest habits, what happens to bodies during 
sleep, and why proper amounts of rest are 
essential to growth and well-being. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, Eliza- 
beth S. Avery. 

© John Smart; 23Feb53; MP3327. 

RETAILING, A DYNAMIC CAREER THAT 
PAYS (Filmstrip) Audio-Visual Extension 
Service of the City College School of Busi- 
ness, 1952. 68 fr., color, 35mm. and disc: 

2 s., 16 in., 33 1/3 rpm. 

Summary : Describes the training which is 
necessary for a successful career in retailing 
and emphasizes the opportunities which are 
available in this field. 

Credits : Production supervisor, Victor 
Kayfetz; script, Gerald Blank; technical 
advisers, lima L. Sands, Arnold Corbin, 
John W. Wingate. 

© The City College; 15Dec52; JP2026. 

RIDE, VAQUERO; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 
Released by Loew's, 1953. 90 min., sd., 
color, 35mm. Photographed in Ansco color. 
Print by Technicolor. 

Summary : A western. When he falls in 
love with the wife of an Americsin rancher, a 
gunman switches his allegiance from a Mexi- 
can bandit leader to the settlers in south- 
west Texas who have been terrorized by the 
outlaw leader and his gang. Time: post- 
Civil War period. 

Credits : Producer, Stephen Ames; direc- 
tor, John Farrow; Screenplay, Frank Fenton; 
music, Bronislau Kaper; film editor, Harold 
F. Kress. Cast : Robert Taylor, Ava Gard- 
ner, Howard Keel, Anthony Quinn, Kurt 
Kasznar. 

® Loew's Incorporated; 17Jun53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2682. 

RIGHT DOWN THE LINE. Chevrolet Motor 
Division (1953] Made by Jam Handy Organi- 
zation. 75 ft., color, 35mm. 

Summary : Presents the various models of 
1953 Chevrolet trucks. Eastman color. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 13Mar53; MU5533. 

THE RIGHT TO VOTE. Lone Ranger, inc., 
1953. Made by Jack Chertok Productions. 

3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George 
W. Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; direc- 
tor, Paul Landres; original teleplay. Bill 
Bruckner; editor, Frank Capacchione. Cast : _ 
John Hart, Jay Silverheels, Douglas Kennedy. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 12Feb53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2543. 

THE RISING TIDE OF NATIONALISM (Film- 
strip) New York Times, 1953. 59 fr., b&w, 
35mm. (A current affairs filmstrip. Mar. 
1953) 

Summary : Explains that the Atlantic 
Charter recognizes the right of all peoples 
to choose their own government. Shows that 
many nations have recently established self- 
government and that others which are still 



under alien rule are asserting their demands 
for independence. 

© The New York Times Co.; 20Feb53; 
JP1877. 

THE RIVAL HASH HOUSES. Pacific Coast 
Borax Co., 1953. Made by Flying A Pic- 
tures. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. (Death 
Valley days series) 

Summary : A young widow from the East 
offers serious competition to a proprietor of 
a Nevada cafe when she opens a rival res- 
taurant and discovers gold on property which 
she purchased from him. 

Credits : Producer, Dorrell McGowan; 
director, Stuart McGowan; screenplay, Ruth 
C. Woodman; film editor, Anthony Wollner. 
Cast: Jane Frazee, Gordon Jones, Minerva 
Urecal. 

Appl. author: McCann Erickson, inc. 

© Borax Consolidated, ltd. (Pacific Coast 
Borax Co.); 3Feb53; LP2292. 

RIVER DEVELOPMENT AND FLOOD CON- 
TROL (Filmstrip) Middle West Service 
Co., 1953. 55 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : Examines methods of flood 
prevention, including terracing, planting of 
deep-rooted crops, and simple flood control 
dams. Explains the features of large flood 
control dams, irrigation dams, power dams, 
and multipurpose dams. Points out that 
multipurpose power dams will often be regu- 
lated so that no storage space is left in the 
dam basin for use in time of flood, and 
recommends construction of upstream flood 
prevention measures rather than widespread 
construction of large downstream dams. 

Credits : Authors, Edwin Vennard, Robb 
M. Winsborough. 

© Middle West Service Co.; 7Feb53; 
JP2027. 

ROAD DEMONSTRATION, THE BIG SHOW 
(Filmstrip) Lincoln-Mercury Sales Council, 
1953. Made by Wilding Picture Productions. 
99 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Lincoln-Mercury 
sales round-table, no. 8) 

© Lincoln-Mercury Division of Ford Motor 
Co. (in notice: Ford Motor Co.); 26Jan53; 
JP2061. 

ROAD TO BALI. Bing Crosby Enterprises 
and Hope Enterprises. Released by Para- 
mount Pictures Corp., 1953. 91 min., sd., 
color, 35mm. 

Summary : A comedy about two vaudeville 
performers who are hired as deep sea divers 
by an unscrupulous South Sea island prince. 

Credits : Producer, Harry Tugend; direc- 
tor, Hal Walker; story, Frank Butler, Harry 
Tugend; screenplay, Frank Butler, Hal 
Kanter, William Morrow; music director, 
Joseph J. Lilley; editor, Archie Marshek. 
Technicolor. Cast : Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, 
Dorothy Lamour, Murvyn Vye, Peter Coe. 

® Bing Crosby Enterprises, inc., and 
Hope Enterprises, inc.; Ijan53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2200. 

THE ROAR OF THE CROWD. Allied Artists 
Productions. Released by Monogram Pic- 
tures Corp., 1953. 71 min., sd., color, 
35mm. Cinecolor. 

Summary : A story about an automobile 
racer who attempts to give up racing at his 
wife's requests. 

Credits : Producer, Richard Heermance; 
director, William Beaudine; story, Robert 
Abel, Charles R. Marion; screenplay, 
Charles R. Marion; music, Marlin Skiles; 
film editor, William Austin. Cast : Howard 
Duff, Helene Stanley, Harry Shannon, Dave 
Willock, Minor Watson. 

© Monogram Pictures Corp.; 31May53; 
LP2648. 

THE ROARING GAME. Associated Screen, 
Montreal, 1951. Released in the U. S. by 
RKO-Pathe, 1952. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
(Sportscope) 

Summary : Describes the ancient sport of 
curling which is played on ice with a rock 
and a broom. Discusses the origin of the 



game in Scotland, its spread to North Amer- 
ica, and the derivation of the name. In- 
cludes scenes of curling champions in 
action and of the island of Ailsa Craig in 
Scotland, the granite floor of which is the 
source of the world's curling stones. 

Credits : Director, Gordon Sparling; 
script, John E. R. McDougall; narrator. Ken 
Davey; music, Lucio Agostini. 

© RKO Pathe, inc.; 9Sep52; MP3234. 

ROBERT BRUCE AND THE SPIDER. SEE 
Stories from other lands. JP1969. 

ROBERT E. LEE: A BACKGROUND STUDY. 
Coronet Instructional Films, 1953. 16 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Traces the life of Robert E. 
Lee and analyzes the reasons for his de- 
cision to lead the Army of the Confederacy. 
Includes an explanation of Lee's battle 
strategy and photographs of his birthplace, of 
his home overlooking the Potomac River, of 
the countryside which he knew as a youth, 
and of his personal effects. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, Allen 
W. Moger. 

© John Smart; 26May53; MP3594. 

ROBI'S ALPINE SUMMER (Filmstrip) Young 
America Films, 1952. 50 fr., color, 35mm. 
(Children of Europe series. Set no. 1) 

Summary : A view of life in Switzerland is 
reflected in a story of a little Swiss boy who 
helps his father care for their goats and cows 
in a meadow in the Alps. 

Credits : Written by Margaret Bradfield; 
illustrator, Carolyn Vosburg. Eastman 
color. 

© Margaret Bradfield; 30Dec52; JP1862. 

ROCK BOTTOM. Chevrolet Motor Division 
[ 1953) Produced by Jam Handy Organization. 
75 ft., color, 35mm. 

Summary : Presents the various models of 
1953 Chevrolet trucks. Eastman color. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 13Mar53; MU5535. 

ROGUE'S MARCH. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 
Released by Loew's, 1952. 83 min., sd., 
b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A captain in the British War 
Office, accused of espionage, escapes from 
his guard, joins a regiment sailing for India, 
and proves his valor and loyalty by fighting 
with the Royal Midland Fusiliers to quell an 
uprising instigated by the Russians. Time: 
1890. Includes battle sequences photographed 
at the Khyber Pass, India. 

Credits: Produced and written by Leon 
Gordon; director, Allan Davis; music direc- 
tor, Alberto Colombo; film editor. Gene 
Ruggiero. Cast : Peter Lawford, Richard 
Greene, Janice Rule. Leo G. Carroll, John 
Abbott. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 29Dec52; LP2301. 

ROMfiO ET JEANETTE. SEE Monsoon. 
LP2518. 

ROOM 505. LP2664. SEE Man against 
crime. May 13, 1953. 

ROOM FOR DISCUSSION. Encyclopaedia 
Britannica Films, 1952. 24 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. Produced under a grant to the Uni- 
versity of Chicago from the Fund for Adult 
Education. 

Summary : A discussion between a dis- 
gruntled son and his parents over the boy's 
plcms for a college education and other 
dramatized incidents are used in explaining 
that discussion brings information to the 
individual, leads to a broader and richer 
life, and expedites cooperative achievement. 

Credits : Collaborator, Cyril O. Houle; 
advisors, Leland Bradford, Malcolm Knowles, 
James H. McBurney, Howard McClusky. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
230ct52; MP3340. 

ROSES FROM THE SOUTH (AND) VIENNA 
BLOOD. Castle Films, 1951. 1 reel, sd., 
b&w. 16mm. (The music album) 



46 



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Jan.-June 



ROSES FROM THE SOUTH [AND] VIENNA 
BLOOD. Cont'd. 

Summary : The Vienna Philharmonic 
Orchestra, conducted by Karl Boehm, plays 
Strauss waltzes, with a ballet by members of 
the Salzburg Festival. 

© United World Films, inc.; 15May51; 
MP3287. 

ROUGHSHOD. SEE Gunsmoke. LF2246. 

RUBY GENTRY. Bernhard-Vidor Produc- 
tions. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp., 1952. 82 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : After an ill-fated love affair 
with a penniless aristocrat, a young woman 
marries a wealthy widower in an effort to 
force society to accept her. Setting: a town 
in the North Carolina swampland. 

Credits : Producers, Joseph Bernhard, 
King Vidor; director. King Vidor; screen- 
play, Sylvia Richards; story, Arthur Fitz- 
Richard; music, Heinz Roemheld; music 
supervisor, David Chudnow; film editor, 
Terry Morse. Cast : Jennifer Jones, Charl- 
ton Heston, Karl Maiden, Tom Tully, Ber- 
nard Phillips. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
19Dec52; LP2353. 

RULES OF BASKETBALL FOR GIRLS AND 

WOMEN. SEE Rules of girls' basketball, 
1952-1953. JP2114-2119. 

RULES OF GIRLS' BASKETBALL, 1952-1953 
(Filmstrip) International Educational 
Materials Co. Released by National Section 
on Women's Athletics, American .Association 
for Health, Physical Education, and Recrea- 
tion, 1952. 6 filmstrips, color, 35mm. 
Eastman color. Captioned cartoons. 

Credits : Author, Gertrude Ann Jacobs. 

Appl. title: Rules of basketball for girls 
and women. 

© Miss Gertrude Jacobs; 5Feb52. 

1. General rules of girls' basketball. 
62 fr. JP2114. 

2. Definition of terms. 44 fr. JP2115. 

3. Personal fouls. 35 fr. JP2116. 

4. Technical fouls. 45 fr. JP2117. 

5. Violations. 33 fr. JP2118. 

6. Tips for the student official. 59 fr. 
JP2119. 

RURAL U. S. A., THROUGH INDIAN EYES. 
Ford Foundation, 1953. 51 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Summary : Following a trip sponsored by 
the Ford Foundation, Mr. M. S. Sundaram of 
India presents his impressions of rural 
United States and his analysis of the farmers' 
problems. Describes the work of the De- 
partment of Agriculture, the land grant col- 
leges, and the Cooperative Agricultural Ex- 
tension Service, with a description of the 
services provided to a specific farm family. 
Includes scenes of Norris Dam, rural Negro 
communities in the South, and vast irriga- 
tion projects in the Southwest. 

Credits: Produced, written, and photo- 
graphed by M. Charles Linko; narrator, 
M. S. Sundaram. 

© The Ford Foundation; pub. in U. S. 
16Mar53; in New Delhi; India, 6Apr53; 
MP3600. 

RUSTLER'S VALLEY. Castle Films, 1952. 
1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A western about the capture of 
a gang of bank robbers. 

Credits : Producer, Harry Sherman; 
director, Nate Watt; screenplay, Harry O. 
Hoyt; film editor, Sherman Rose. Cast : 
William Boyd, George Hayes, Russell Hay- 
den, Stephen Morris, Muriel Evens. 

© United World Films, inc.; lAug52; 
LP2314. 



SAFETY IN THE KITCHEN. SEE Cooking 
series, no. 3. JP1960. 



SAFETY IN THE SHOP (Filmstrip) Popular 
Science Pub. Co., 1953. 50 fr., color, 
35mm. (Woodworking) Ansco color. De- 
veloped in cooperation with McKnight & Mc- 
Knight Pub. Co. 

Summary : Captioned drawings and photo- 
graphs. Emphasizes the importance of ob- 
serving safe practices in the shop at all 
times. Explains how to use tools correctly, 
how to recognize defective tools, and how to 
organize tasks and arrange work areas to 
prevent accidents and avoid inefficiency. For 
high school students. 

Credits : Prepared by John M. Hurley. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 27Mar53; 
JP2134. 

SAFETY ON THE WAY TO SCHOOL. Coronet, 
1952. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : School children discuss with 
their teacher the problem of going to and 
from school safely by bus, by car, on foot, 
or on a bicycle. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, Vivian 
Weedon. 

© Gaby Dure Smart and Continental Illinois 
National Bank and Trust Company of Chica- 
go, executors of the estate of David A. Smart, 
deceased (in notice: David A. Smart); 
280ct52; MP3261. 

THE SAGA OF SILVER TOWN. Range Rider 
Productions, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Range Rider western for tele- 
vision. 

Credits : Producer, Hugh McCoUum; direc- 
tor, Ross Lederman; screenplay, Orville H. 
Hampton; music, Walter Greene; music 
supervisor, Irving Friedman; film editor, 
Anthony WoUner. Cast: Jack Mahoney, 
Dick Jones, Nan Leslie. 

© Range Rider Productions; 29Jan53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2241. 

SALOME. Beckworth Corp. Released by 
Columbia Pictures Corp., 1953. 103 min., 
sd., color, 35mm. 

Summary : An adaptation of the Biblical 
story. At first sympathetic to the plans of 
her mother, the Queen, to have John the 
Baptist beheaded, Salome discovers the true 
nature of her mother's scheming and, en- 
couraged by a Roman soldier, tries to pre- 
vent the murder. 

Credits : Producer, Buddy Adler; director, 
William Dieterle; story, Jesse L. Lasky, 
Jr., Harry Kleiner; screenplay, Harry 
Kleiner; music, George Duning, Daniele 
Amfitheatrof; music director, Morris 
Stoloff; film editor, Viola Lawrence. Tech- 
nicolor. Cast : Rita Hayworth, Stewart 
Granger, Charles Laughton, Judith Ander- 
son, Sir Cedric Hardwicke. 

© The Beckworth Corp.; 28Jan53; LP2233. 

SALT IN HIS BLOOD. LP2636. SEE Mr. 
and Mrs. North. No. 35. 

SAN ANTONE. Republic Pictures Corp., 1953. 
90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the 
novel The golden herd, by Curt Carroll 
[pseud.) 

Summary : An intolerant Southern aristo- 
crat, captured by Juarez when he flees to 
Mexico during the Civil War, is ransomed 
after the war by his commanding officer and 
taken to Texas where he is wanted by the 
authorities. 

Credits : Associate producer-director, 
Joseph Kane; screenplay, Steve Fisher; 
music, R. Dale Butts; film editor, Tony 
Martinelli. Cast : Rod Cameron, Arleen 
Whelan, Forrest Tucker, Katy Jurado, 
Rodolfo Acosta. 

© Republic Pictures Corp.; 15Jan53; 
LP2377. 

SANGAREE. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1953. 
94 min., sd., color, 35mm. A three-dimen- 
sional film. Technicolor. Based on the 
novel of the same title by Frank G. Slaughter. 

Summary : A romantic melodrama. After 
inheriting the control of a large estate in 
Georgia, a doctor who is the freed son of an 



indentured servant combats pirates, the 
bubonic plague, and the aristocratic daugh- 
ter of his benefactor. Setting: Savannah in 
1781. 

Credits: Producers, William H. Pine, 
William C. Thomas; director, Edward Lud- 
wig; adaptation, Frank Moss; screenplay, 
David Duncan; music score, Lucien Cailliet; 
film editor, Howard Smith. Cast : Fernando 
Lamas, Arlene Dahl, Patricia Medina, 
Francis L. Sullivan, Charles Korvin. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 27May53; 
LP2632. 

SANS LAISSER D'ADRESSE. SEE Taxi. 
LP2354. 

SAVAGE MUTINY. Columbia Pictures Corp., 
1953. 73 min., sd.. sepia, 35mm. Based 
on the comic strip Jungle Jim, by Alex Ray- 
mond. 

Summary : Jungle Jim is opposed by enemy 
agents in his attempt to remove a tribe of 
natives from a West African island which is 
to be used in an atom bomb test. 

Credits : Producer, Sam Katzman; direc- 
tor, Spencer G. Bennet; screenplay, Sol 
Shor; music director, Mischa Bakaleinikoff; 
film editor, Henry Batista. Cast: Johnny 
Weissmuller, Angela Stevens, Lester 
Matthews, Nelson Leigh, George Robotham. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 13Mar53; 
LP2400. 

SCANDAL AT SCOURIE. Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer. Released by Loew's, 1953. 89 min., 
sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. 

Summary : A story about a Protestant busi- 
nessman, living in a Canadian community, 
who endangers his future in politics when he 
and his wife adopt a young Catholic orphan 
girl. Time: 19th century. 

Credits : Producer, Edwin H. Knopf; direc- 
tor, Jean Negulesco; story, Mary McSherry; 
screenplay, Norman Corwin, Leonard Spigel- 
gass, Karl Tunberg; music, Daniele Amfi- 
theatrof; film editor, Ferris Webster. Cast: 
Greer Garson, Walter Pidgeon. Donna Cor- 
coran, Agnes Moorehead, Arthur Shields. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 28Apr53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2540. 

SCARED STIFF. Wallis-Hazen, inc. Re- 
leased by Paramount Pictures Corp., 1953. 
108 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a play 
by Paul Dickey and Charles W. Goddard. 

Summary : A comedy. A night club singer 
and his addle -pated friend come to the aid of 
an heiress who has inherited a haunted castle 
on an island off the coast of Cuba. 

Credits : Produced, Hal B. Wallis; director, 
George Marshall; screenplay, Herbert Baker, 
Walter De Leon; music score, Leith Stevens; 
music director, Joseph J. Lilley; editorial 
supervision, Warren Low. Cast: Dean 
Martin, Jerry Lewis, Lizabeth Scott, Carmen 
Miranda, George Dolenz. 

© Wallis-Hazen, inc.; Ijun53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2685. 

SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY. SEE The School 
and the community. JP1879. 

THE SCHOOL AND THE COMMUNITY. Mc- 
Graw-Hill Book Co., 1952. Produced by 
United Productions of America. 14 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. (Public education series) 
Correlated with the book Introduction to 
American public education, by Chris A. De 
Young. 

Summary : An animated cartoon which em- 
phasizes one of the basic objectives of 
American public education today: the mainte- 
nance of schools that are an integral part 
of the community and that provide adequate 
training for future citizens. 

Credits : Educational consultant, Howard 
T. Batchelder. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 290ct52 
(in notice: 1951); MP3223. 

THE SCHOOL AND THE COMMUNITY (Film- 
strip) McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1952. Pro- 
duced by United Productions of America. 
37 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Public education series) 



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Based on the motion picture of the same 
title. Correlated with the book Introduction 
to Anierican public education, by Chris A. 
De Young. 

Summary : Explains a democratic working 
partnership between school and community. 
Emphasizes the importance of the school's 
becoming a comniunity center where the 
citizens assist in developing a functional 
educational program. 

Credits : Educational consultant, Howard 
T. Batchelder. 

Appl. title: School and community. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 290ct52; 
JP1879. 

SCHOOL RULES: HOW THEY HELP US. 
Coronet, 1953. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A demonstration by junior 
high students showing rules which apply on 
the street, on the basketball court, in the 
halls, in the library, and in various class- 
rooms. Stresses the origin and purpose of 
rules and their value to the school and to 
the individual student. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, Marvin 
D. Clock. 

© John Smart; 21Jan53; MP3300. 

SCHOOLS AND THE COMMUNITY. March of 
Time, 1952. 29 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary: Describes the modernization of 
the American school system; explains that 
the courses of study and the work of the 
community are directly related; shows 
practical vocational instruction being given 
in fishing, farming, and forestry. 

© Time, inc.; 12Nov52; MP3353. 

SCREEN SNAPSHOTS. Motion pictures in 
this series. © Columbia Pictures Corp., 
are entered separately under their respec- 
tive titles. 

SCREENLINER. Motion pictures in this 
series, © RKO-Pathe, inc., are entered 
separately under their respective titles. 

SECRET FILES OF THE FRENCH POLICE. 
SEE Meet Inspector Remy. LP2380. 

SELECTING AND USING WELDING EQUIP- 
MENT SAFELY. JP1845. SEE Arc welding, 
pt. 2. 

SELF MADE MAN. Pacific Coast Borax Co., 
1952. Produced by Flying A Pictures. 
2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. (Death Valley 
days series) 

Summary: A story about a hardrock miner 
and champion driller who is encouraged by a 
dance-hall girl to study law after he loses 
an arm in a shooting fracas. 

Credits : Producer, Dorrel McGowan; 
director, Stuart McGowan; screenplay, Ruth 
C. Woodman; film editor, Anthony Wollner. 
Cast : William Henry, Doris Merrick, House 
Peters, Jr. 

© Borax Consolidated, ltd. (Pacific Coast 
Borax Co.); 12Dec52; LP2447. 

SELL 'EM AND KEEP 'EM SOLD (Filmstrip) 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours [1953] Made by 
Jam Handy Organization. 72 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen of 
Duco primer surfacer. 

© E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., inc.; 
17Jun53; JU7552. 

SELLING AS A CAREER (Filmstrip) Sales 
Executives Club of Akron, 1952. 56 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : Discusses the advantages of- 
fered by a career in selling; lists the quali- 
ties necessary for success in the field; and 
describes some of the types of work available. 

Credits : Author, Fred C. Tambling. 

© Sales Executives Club of Akron (in notice: 
Sales Executive Club, Akron, Ohio); 4Dec52 
(in notice: 1953); JP1868. 

SEMICOLON AND COLON (Filmstrip) Young 
America Films, 1953. 36 fr., color, 35mm. 
(The punctuation series, no. 3) Eastman 



color. 

Summary : Drawings are used to explain 
the uses of the semicolon and colon. In- 
cludes exercises for class participation. 

© Young America Films, inc.; 10Apr53; 
JP2019. 

SEMINOLE. Universal Pictures Co., 1953. 
86 min., sd., color, 35mm. A Universal- 
International picture. 

Summary : An Army officer antagonizes his 
unscrupulous commander when he demon- 
strates sympathy for the Seminole Indians 
who wish to remain in their Everglades home 
in defiance of a government order to move 
them to a reservation in the West. Setting: 
Florida in 1835. 

Credits : Producer, Howard Christie; 
director, Budd Boetticher; story and screen- 
play, Charles K. Peck; music director, 
Joseph Gershenson; film editor, Virgil Vogel. 
Technicolor. Cast: Rock Hudson, Barbara 
Hale, Anthony Quinn, Richard Carlson, Hugh 
O'Brian. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 2Feb53; 
LP2248. 

THE SEND OFF. E. I. duPont de Nemours 
and Co. [1953] Made by Jam Handy Organi- 
zation. 2 reels, b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen 
which illustrates the four basic points of 
the sales procedure. 

© The Jam Handy Organization, inc.; 
13Apr53; MU5545. 

SERPENT OF THE NILE. Columbia Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 81 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
Technicolor. 

Summary: A story about Cleopatra, the 
Egyptian Queen who attempts to win the love 
of Mark Antony in order to further her 
political ambitions. 

Credits : Producer, Sam Katzman; director, 
William Castle; story and screenplay, Robert 
E. Kent; music director, Mischa Bakaleini- 
koff; film editor. Gene Havlick. Cast : Rhon- 
da Fleming, William Lundigan, Raymond 
Burr, Jean Byron, Michael Ansara. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 14Apr53; 
LP2496. 

THE SERVANT PROBLEM. LP2478. SEE 
Private secretary, no. 6. 

SERVE A NEED, MAKE A SALE (Filmstrip) 
Chrysler Corp., 1953. Produced by Ross 
Roy, inc. 90 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen. 

© Chrysler Corp.; 16Jan53; JP1874. 

SERVICE BUILDERS (Filmstrip) Chevrolet 
Motor Division ( 1953] Made by Jam Handy 
Organization. 61 fr., b&w, 35mm. (The 
service salesman, no. 4) 

Summary : A training film for men who 
service Chevrolet automobiles. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 18May53; JU7498. 

THE SERVICE BUSINESS TODAY (Filmstrip) 
Chevrolet Motor Division [1953) Made by 
Jam Handy Organization. 62 fr., b&w, 
35mm. (The service salesman, no. 1) 
Summary : A training film for salesmen. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 18May53; JU7512. 

THE SERVICE CUSTOMER (Filmstrip) 
Chevrolet Motor Division [ 1953] Made by 
Jam Handy Organization. 62 fr., b&w, 
35mm. (The service salesman, no. 3) 

Summary : A training film for men who 
service Chevrolet automobiles. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 18May53; JU7497. 

SERVICE HIGHLIGHTS (Filmstrip) Whirl- 
pool Corp. [1953] Made by Jam Handy Or- 
ganization. 75 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Servicing 
the automatic washer, ser. A, no. 3) 

Summary : A training film for men who 
service the Whirlpool automatic washer. 

© The Whirlpool Corp.; 17Jun53; JU7543. 



THE SERVICE TEAM (Filmstrip) Chevro- 
let Motor Division [ 1953] Made by Jam 
Handy Organization. 61 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
(The service salesman, no. 2) 

Summary : A training film for salesmen. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 18May53; JU7514. 

SERVICING THE DEARBORN FORAGE 
HARVESTER (Filmstrip) Dearborn Motors 
Corp. [1953] Made by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. 45 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film. 

© Dearborn Motors Corp.; 18May53; 
JU7507. 

SERVICING THE DEARBORN HAY BALER 
(Filmstrip) Dearborn Motors Corp. [1953] 
Made by Jam Handy Organization. 46 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film. 

© Dearborn Motors Corp.; 18May53; 
JU7503. 

SERVICING THE REAR AXLE (Filmstrip) 
Buick Motor Division [ 1953] Made by Jam 
Handy Organization. 119 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film. 

© Buick Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 18May53; JU7504. 

SERVING MEALS ATTRACTIVELY. SEE 
Cooking series, no. 8. JP1960. 

SETTING UP SHOP — NABISCO DEPART- 
MENTS IN THE STORE (Filmstrip) National 
Biscuit Co., 1953. Produced by Wilding 
Picture Productions. 98 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen. 

© National Biscuit Co.; 2Feb53; JP1891. 

SEVEN SACRED RUBLES. LP2567. SEE 
Mr. and Mrs. North. No. 32. 

SEVEN STEPS TO ENGINE SATISFACTION 
(Filmstrip) GMC Truck Division [1953] 
Made by jam Handy Organization. 73 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for men who 
service Chevrolet trucks. 

© GMC Truck Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 18May53; JU7501. 

SHADOW RANGE. SEE Cow country. LP2438. 

SHADOWLAND. Marionette Guild Film Pro- 
ductions, 1952. Made by Brandon Films. 
13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Demonstrates the procedures 
for creating and manipulating a shadow 
figure. Discusses the major problems in 
constructing a shadow play stage and shows 
the use of the screen and rear light. Pre- 
sents several short scenes from shadow 
plays which illustrate possible uses of shad- 
ow figures and the scope that can be devel- 
oped by this medium. 

Credits : Director, Hyman R. Cohen; art 
director, Jero Magon. 

© Lester Unter; 15Dec52; MP3579. 

THE SHARPSHOOTER. Flying A Pictures, 
1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Gene Autry western for tele- 
vision. 

Credits : Producer, Louis Gray; director, 
Frank McDonald; screenplay, Robert 
Schaefer, Eric Freiwald; music score, 
Walter Greene; music director, Carl Cotner; 
film editor, Harvey Manger. Cast : Gene 
Autry, Pat Buttram, the horse Champion. 

© Flying A Pictures, inc.; 25May53; 
LP2609. 

SHEET METAL CORRECTION. Motors 
Insurance Corp. [1953] 40 min. 

Summary : A training film for sheet metal 
workers which demonstrates principles and 
repair procedures to be followed when cor- 
recting the damage to an automobile chassis. 

© Motors Insurance Corp.; 24Mar53; 
MU5539. 

THE SHERIFF'S SON. Lone Ranger, inc., 
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THE SHERIFF'S SON. Cont'd. 
3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George 
W. Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits; Producer, Jack Chertok; direc- 
tor, Paul Landres; based on a radio play by 
Betty Joyce; teleplay, Charles Larson; 
editor. Marsh Hendry. Cast : John Hart. 
Jay Silverheels, Alan Wells. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 19Feb53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2563. 

SHE'S BACK ON BROADWAY. Warner Bros. 
Pictures, 1953. 95 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
Warnercolor. 

Summary : A backstage musical about a 
Hollywood actress who seeks to regain her 
popularity by starring in a Broadway musi- 
cal comedy which is directed by her former 
sweetheart. 

Credits : Producer, Henry Blanke; direc- 
tor, Gordon Douglas; written by Orin Jan- 
nings; music director, Ray Heindorf; film 
editor, Folmar Blangsted. Cast : Virginia 
Mayo, Gene Nelson, Frank Lovejoy, Steve 
Cochran, Patrice Wymore. 

© Warner Bros. Pictures, inc.; 15Apr53; 
LP2509. 

SHOCK. LP2566. SEE Mr. and Mrs. North. 
No. 33. 

SIC TRANSIT GLORIA. LP2577. SEE Man 
against crime. Mar. 18, 1953. 

THE SILKEN TOUCH. LP2412. SEE Man 
against crime. Jan. 28, 1953. 

THE SILVER WHIP. Twentieth Century -Fox 
Film Corp., 1953. 73 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
Based on a novel by Jack Schaefer. 

Summary : A western. A young driver is 
attacked by bandits and robbed while making 
his first stagecoach run in the 1870's. 

Credits : Producers, Robert Bassler, 
Michael Abel; director, Harmon Jones; 
screenplay, Jesse L. Lasky, Jr.; musical 
director, Lionel Newman; film editor, George 
A. Gittens. Cast : Dale Robertson, Rory 
Calhoun, Robert Wagner, Kathleen Crowley, 
James Millican. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
4Feb53; LP2401. 

SIMONE'S SURPRISE (Filmstrip) Young 
America Films, 1952. 49 fr., color, 35mm. 
(Children of Europe series. Set no. 1) 

Summary : Present-day life in France is 
reflected in the story of a little girl who, 
when school is over for the year, celebrates 
Bastile Day in Paris and then spends the 
summer with relatives on a farm in Nor- 
mandy. 

Credits : Written by Jean Rochin; illus- 
trator, Doug Huebler. Eastman color. 

© Margaret Bradfield; 30Dec52; JP1864. 

SIMPLE CHANGES IN MATTER. Coronet, 
1953. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : School students learn the differ- 
ences between chemical and physical change 
and observe the changes in simple matter as 
evidenced in soil erosion, metal expansion, 
ice melting, leaves changing color, and logs 
decaying. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, John G. 
Read. 

© John Smart; 19Jan53; MP3301. 

THE SIMPLE THINGS. Walt Disney Produc- 
tions. Released by RKO Radio Pictures, 
1952. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Mickey 
Mouse cartoon) Technicolor. 

Summary : An animated cartoon. Pluto 
and Mickey's day at the seashore is inter- 
rupted by the antics of a clam and a seagull. 

Credits : Director, Charles Nichols; story. 
Bill Berg; animation, Marvin Woodward, 
Fred Moore, Norman Ferguson; music, Paul 
Smith. 

© Walt Disney Productions; 27Jun52; 
LP2551. 



SINISTER JOURNEY. William Boyd Produc- 
tions, 1948. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Based on characters created by Clarence E. 
Mulford. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
Hopalong Cassidy. 

Credits : Producer, Lewis J. Rachmil; 
director, George Archainbaud; music, 
Darrell Calker; film editor, Fred W. Berger. 
Cast : William Boyd, Andy Clyde, Rand 
Brooks. 

© Hopalong Cassidy Productions, inc.; 
lJan48; LP2383. 

SINNER BY PROXY. Lone Ranger, inc., 
1953. Made by Jack Chertok Productions. 
3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George 
W. Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; direc- 
tor, John H. Morse; based on a radio play 
by Fran Striker; teleplay, John Thiele; edi- 
tor, Ben Marmon. Cast: John Hart, Jay 
Silverheels, Stephen Chase. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 5Mar53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2585. 

1616 HIDDEN LANE ROAD. Adrian Weiss 
Productions, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 
16mm. Based on the Craig Kennedy stories 
created by Arthur B. Reeve. 

Summary : A television mystery about 
Craig Kennedy, criminologist. 

Credits : Producer and director, Adrian 
Weiss; story, Ande Lamb; film editor, 
Michael Luciano. Cast : Donald Woods, 
Sydney Mason, Lewis Wilson. 

© Adrian Weiss Productions; 10Mar53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2393. 

SKETCHING WITH CRAYONS. SEE Inter- 
mediate art series, no. 8. JP1811. 

THE SKI MEET (Filmstrip) Young America 
Films, 1952. 47 fr., color, 35mm. (Chil- 
dren of Europe series. Set no. 1) 

Summary : Contemporary life in Norway 
is reflected in the story of a little Norwegian 
boy who wins a trip to Oslo for the May 17th 
celebration by placing first in a ski-jumping 
contest in the Hardanger Fjord where he 
lives. 

Credits : Written by Margaret Bradfield; 
illustrator, Jean George. Eastman color. 

© Margaret Bradfield; 30Dec52; JP1863. 

SKY POLICE. Universal Pictures Co., 1952. 
9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Variety view) 
A Universal-International picture. 

Summary : Shows the helicopter force of 
the Aviation Bureau of the New York City 
Police Department engaged in crime detec- 
tion, rescue work, and aerial surveys of the 
city. 

Credits : Producer, Thomas Mead; direc- 
tor, Arthur Cohen; written by Allan Kitchel, 
Jr.; narrator, Andre Baruch; photographers. 
Irving Smith, Fred Porrett; editor, Ed 
Bartsch. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 10Mar52; 
MP3590. 

THE SLASHER. Romulus Films, London. Re- 
leased in the U. S. by Lippert Pictures, 
1952. 75 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on 
the play Master crook, by Bruce Walker. 

Credits : Producer, Daniel M. Angel; di- 
rector, Lewis Gilbert; screenplay, Lewis 
Gilbert, Vernon Harris; music, Lambert 
Williamson; editor, Charles Hasse. Cast: 
James Kenney, Joan Collins, Hermione Bad- 
deley, Hermione Gingold, Betty Ann Davies. 

© Daniel Angel Films, ltd.; 22Dec52; 
LP2572. 

THE SLEEP WALKER. Louis G. Cowan, 
inc., 1952. 24 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
(Fearless Fosdick adventures, no. A-5) 
Based on a comic strip character created by 
Al Capp [pseud, of Alfred Gerald Caplin] 
Summary : A puppet show which relates 



the adventures of detective Fearless Fosdick 
and a victim of insomma who murders sleep- 
walkers. 

Credits : Producer, Charles Guggenheim; 
director and marionettes, Mary Chase; 
script, Everett Crosby; puppeteers, Frank 
Sullivan, Paul Bogart; film editor, Andrew 
Bellenot. Cast : Voices, John Griggs, Gil- 
bert Mack, Jean Carson. 

Appl. title: Fearless Fosdick in The 
sleep walker. 

© Louis G. Cowan, inc.; 7Sep52 (in notice: 
1951); LP2268. 

SLEEP WITH TERROR. LP2671. SEE I'm 
the law, no. 24. 

SLEEPER. Gillette Co., 1952. 1 reel, sd. 
b&w, 16mm. Television commercial. 
© The Gillette Co.; 20ct52; MP3166. 

THE SLEEPING BEAUTY. March of Time, 
1952. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Ballets 
de France, no. 1) Based on the classic 
children's fairy tale of the same title. 

Credits : Producer and director, J. A. 
Benoit-Levy; music, Tchaikowski; music 
director, Richard Blareau; music arranger, 
Jordania. Cast: Janine Charrat, Milorad 
Miskovitch, Claire Sombert. 

© Time, inc.; 9Sep52; MP3096. 

A SLIGHT CASE OF LARCENY. Metro- 
Goldwyn- Mayer. Released by Loew's, 1953. 
71 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A comedy about a fast-talking 
promoter and his naive partner who obtain 
a supply of free gas for their service station 
by tapping an oil company's pipeline which 
runs underneath the station. 

Credits : Producer, Henry Herman; direc- 
tor, Don Weis; story, James Poe; screen- 
play, Jerry Davis; music director, Alberto 
Colombo; film editor, Ben Lewis. Cast : 
Mickey Rooney, Eddie Bracken, Elaine 
Stewart, Marilyn Erskine. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 30Apr53; LP2579. 

SMALL TOWN GIRL. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 
Released by Loew's, 1953. 93 min., sd., 
color, 35mm. 

Summary : A comedy with music. A mil- 
lionaire playboy who is arrested for speeding 
in a small town falls in love with the daugh- 
ter of the local judge. 

Credits : Producer, Joe Pasternak; direc- 
tor, Leslie Kardos; screenplay, Dorothy 
Cooper, Dorothy Kingsley; story, Dorothy 
Cooper; music director. Andre Previn; film 
editor, Albert Akst. Technicolor. Cast: 
Jane Powell, Farley Granger, Ann Miller, 
S.Z. Sakall, Robert Keith. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 24Feb53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2374. 

SNAKES CAN BE INTERESTING. Centron 
Corp. Released by Young America Films, 

1952. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Summary : Under the instruction of their 

uncle, two children observe the usefulness 
of snakes to the farmer, the distinguishing 
characteristics of poisonous snakes, and the 
growth and habits of a buUsnake. 

Credits : Technical supervisor, Edward 
Harrison Taylor. 

Appl. author: Margaret Carlile Travis. 

© Centron Corp., inc.; 4Dec52; MP3132. 

SNOW BUSINESS. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 

1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Looney 
tune cartoon) 

Summary : The hungry cat Sylvester has 
designs on Tweety Bird when they are snow- 
bound without food in a mountain cabin. 

Credits : Director, 1. Freleng; story, 
Warren Foster; animation. Virgil Ross. 
Arthur Davis. Manuel Perez, Ken Champin; 
music director, Carl Stalling. Technicolor. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 2Jan53 (in notice: 
1951); MP3172. 

THE SNOWS OF KILIMANJARO. Twentieth 
Century-Fox Film Corp., 1952. 114 min., 
sd., color. 35mm. Technicolor. Based on 



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the short story of the same title by Ernest 
Hemingway. 

Summary : A drama. A successful but 
disillusioned writer who is near death from . 
a hunting wound in Africa, reviews his 
amorous intrigues and his experiences as 
hunter and world traveler. Filmed in part 
in Africa, Paris, and on the Riviera. 

Credits : Producer, Darryl Zanuck; direc- 
tor, Henry King; screenplay, Casey Robin- 
son; music director, Bernard Herrmann; 
film editor, Barbara McLean. Cast : Greg- 
ory Peck, Susan Hayward, Ava Gardner, 
Hildegarde Neff, Lee G. Carroll. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
17Sep52; LP2639. 

SO YOU WANT A TELEVISION SET. Vita- 
phone Corp., 1953. 10 min., sd.^ b&w, 
35mm. (Joe McDoakes comedy) A Warner 
Bros, short subject. 

Summary : A comedy. Joe McDoakes' 
purchase of a television set disrupts his 
peaceful home life. 

Credits : Directed and written by Richard 
Bare; story, George O'Hanlon; music, Wil- 
liam Lava; film editor. Rex Steele. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 8Jun53; MP3587. 

SO YOU WANT TO BE A MUSICIAN. Vita- 
phone Corp., 1952. 10 min., sd., b&w, 
35mm. (Joe McDoakes comedy) A Warner 
Bros, short subject. 

Summary : When Joe McDoakes fails as a 
gypsy fiddler and a symphony orchestra 
cymbalist, he continues his musical career 
as a one-man band. 

Credits : Directed and written by Richard 
Bare; original story, George O'Hanlon; 
music, William Lava; film editor. Rex 
Steele. Cast : George O'Hanlon. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 30Dec52; MP3174. 

SO YOU WANT TO LEARN TO DANCE. 
Vitaphone Corp., 1953. 10 min., sd., b&w, 
35mm. (Joe McDoakes comedy) A Warner 
Bros, short subject. 

Summary : A slapstick comedy about the 
experiences of Joe McDoakes at a dancing 
school. 

Credits : Directed and written by Richard 
Bare; story, George O'Hanlon; music, Wil- 
liam Lava; film editor. Rex Steele. Cast : 
George O'Hanlon. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 6Apr53; MP3423. 

A SOAPY OPERA. SEE Mighty Mouse in A 
soapy opera. LP2191. 

SOB SISTER. LP2665. SEE I'm the law, 
no. 25. 

THE SOCIAL PROCESS: VALUES AND IN- 
STITUTIONS. Encyclopaedia Britannica 
Films, 1952. 24 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
(American democracy series) 

Summary : In a college seminar Harold D. 
Lasswell develops a concept of the social 
process from the statement "Man seeks 
values through institutions using resources," 
explains the meaning of the terms, and uses 
them in evaluating the cultures of various 
communities. 

Credits : Producer, John T. Bobbitt; 
collaborator, Harold D. Lasswell. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
90ct52; MP3240. 

SOCIAL REVOLUTION. Encyclopaedia 
Britannica Films, 1952. 17 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. (Political science series) 

Summary : Traces social changes during 
the past two-hundred years. Contrasts con- 
structive or peaceful methods of change with 
destructive or violent methods. 

Credits : Producer, John T. Bobbitt; 
collaborator, Hans Kohn. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
5Nov52; MP3244. 

THE SOLAR SYSTEM. International Screen 
Organization, 1953. 11 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. (Astronomy films, no. 3) 

Summary : A study of the planets of the 
Solar System. Astronomical photography by 



observatories of the United States is used 
to show the orbital motion of Venus around 
the Sun, seasonal changes on Mars, close- 
ups of Saturn, the discovery of Pluto in 1930, 
Halley's comet in 1910, Brooks' comet in 
1913, and the moons of Jupiter, Uranus, 
and Neptune. 

Credits : Arrangement, cinematography, 
and comment by Ruroy Sibley. 

© Mabel Sibley; 25Jun53; MP3635. 

SOMBRERO. Metro -Goldwyn- Mayer. Re- 
leased by Loew's, 1953. 103 min., sd., 
color, 35mm. Based on the novel A Mexican 
village, by Josefina Niggli. 

Summary : Presents the story of three love 
affairs in Mexico. Two young people settle 
a feud between their villages so that they 
may marry; a candy peddler falls in love 
with the sister of a famous bullfighter who 
believes that he will die if she marries; a 
young nobleman who is incurably ill falls 
in love with a girl of lowly birth. Filmed 
in Mexico. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Cummings; direc- 
tor, Norman Foster; screenplay, Josefina 
Niggli, Norman Foster; music, Leo Arnaud; 
film editor. Cotton Warburton. Technicolor. 
Cast : Ricardo Montalban, Pier Angeli, 
Vittorio Gassman, Yvonne de Carlo, Cyd 
Charisse, Rick Jason. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 17Feb53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2373. 

SOMETHING FOR GINGER. Screen Asso- 
ciates, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A drama about a sensitive 
young man from a wealthy family who falls 
in love with a scheming chorus girl. 

Credits : Producers, Gil Ralston, Jacques 
Braunstein; director. Rod Amateau; teleplay, 
Robert Patterson; editor, Marvin Coil. Cast : 
Whitfield Connor, Elisabeth Eraser, Dabbs 
Greer. 

©Screen Associates, inc.; 5Feb53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2414. 

SOMETHING FOR THE BIRDS. Twentieth 
Century-Fox Film Corp., 1953. 81 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on stories by Alvin 
M. Josephy, Joseph Petracca, and Boris 
Ingster. 

Summary : A comedy about a professional 
lobbyist, a pretty ornithologist who opposes 
the intention of a utility company to drill for 
natural gas on the last sanctuary of the 
California condor, and an elderly gentleman 
who crashes Washington social events with 
invitations which he engraves in his printing 
shop. Setting: Washington, D. C. 

Credits : Producer, Samuel G. Engel; 
director, Robert Wise; screenplay, 1. A. L. 
Diamond, Boris Ingster; music, Sol Kaplan; 
music director, Lionel Newman; film editor, 
Hugh S. Fowler. Cast : Victor Mature, 
Patricia Neal, Edmund Gwenn, Larry Keat- 
ing, Gladys Hurlbut. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
lJan53; LP2199. 

SOMETHING NEW. Chevrolet Motor Division 
( 1953] Produced by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. 75 ft., color, 35mm. 

Summary : Presents the features of the 
1953 Chevrolet passenger car. Eastman 
color. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 16Feb53; MU5519. 

SON BY ADOPTION. Lone Ranger, inc., 
1953. Made by Jack Chertok Productions. 
3 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. Created by George 
W. Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; direc- 
tor, Paul Landres; based on a radio play by 
Dan Beattie; teleplay, David P. Sheppard; 
film editor. Marsh Hendry. Cast : John 
Hart, Jay Silverheels, Russ Conway. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 19Mar53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2597. 



SON OF BELLE STARR. Allied Artists 
Productions, 1953. 70 min., sd., color, 
35mm. 

Summary : A western drama. The son of 
Belle Starr, unjustly branded as an outlaw 
because of his parentage, joins a gang of 
gold robbers in order to expose a sheriff 
and a gold mine owner as the leaders of the 
gang. 

Credits : Producer, Peter Scully; director, 
Frank McDonald; story. Jack DeWitt; 
screenplay, D. D. Beauchamp, William Ray- 
nor; music, Marlin Skiles; film editor, 
Bruce Schoengarth. Cast: Keith Larsen, 
Peggie Castle, Myron Healey, Dona Drake, 
Regis Toomey. 

© Allied Artists Productions, inc.; 
7May53; LP2544. 

SON OF GERONIMO. Columbia Pictures 
Corp., 1952-1953. 2 reels each, sd., b&w, 
35mm. 

Credits : Producer, Sam Katzman; direc- 
tor, Spencer G. Bennet; screenplay, George 
H. Plympton, Royal K. Cole, Arthur Hoerl; 
music, Mischa Bakaleinikoff; film editor. 
Earl Turner. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp. 

10. The fight at Crystal Springs. 
© 7Jan53; LP2192. 

11. A midnight marauder. © 14Jan53, 
LP2218. 

12. Trapped in a flaming tepee. 

© 21Jan53 (in notice: 1952); LP2237. 

13. Jim Scott tempts fate. 
© 28Jan53; LP2238. 

14. A trap for Geronimo. © 4Feb53; 
LP2257. 

15. Peace treaty. © 1 lFeb53; LP2281. 

SON OF THE RENEGADE. Jack Schwarz 
Productions. Released by United Artists, 
1953. 56 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A western. The son of a vicious 
killer struggles to overcome his father's 
reputation in spite of the suspicions of the 
townspeople and the attempt of a gang of 
criminals to implicate him in a crime. 

Credits : Produced and written by John 
Carpenter; director, Reg Browne; narrator, 
Pat McGeehan; film editor, Richard Connors. 
Cast : John Carpenter, Lori Irving, Joan 
McKellen; Valley Keene, Jack Ingram. 

© Jack Schwarz Productions, inc.; 27Feb53 
(in notice: 1952); LP2533. 

THE SONG OF HIAWATHA. SEE Hiawatha. 
LP2212. 

SONNY AND SUSAN. Justin Lichty [ 1953] 
6 min., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 

Summary : An animated cartoon about the 
antics and magic travels of two Lilliputian- 
type children. 

© Justin Lichty; 9Jun53; MU5560. 

SOUTH SEA WOMAN. Warner Bros. Pic- 
tures, 1953. 99 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
Based on a play by William M. Rankin. 

Summary : A comedy-melodrama. While 
being tried as a deserter during the early 
days of World War II, a U. S. marine, aided 
by the testimony of a night club camera girl, 
reveals his role in the capture of a German 
yacht and the sinking of a Japanese destroy- 
er. 

Credits : Producer, Sam Bischoff; direc- 
tor, Arthur Lubin; adaptation. Earl Baldwin, 
Stanley Shapiro; screenplay, Edwin Blum; 
music, David Buttolph; film editor, Clarence 
Kolster. Cast : Burt Lancaster, Virginia 
Mayo, Chuck Connors, Arthur Shields, 
Barry Kelley. 

© Warner Bros. Pictures, inc.; Ijul53; 
LP2694. 

SOUTHERN FRIED RABBIT. Warner Bros. 
Cartoons, 1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
(Looney tune cartoon. Bugs Bunny special) 
Technicolor. 

Summary : An animated cartoon. Bugs 
Bunny is stopped at the Mason-Dixon Line 
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SOUTHERN FRIED RABBIT. Cont'd, 
notified of the termination of the Civil War. 

Credits : Director, I. Freleng; story, 
Warren Foster; animation, Arthur Davis, 
Manuel Perez, Ken Champin, Virgil Ross; 
music director, Carl Stalling. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; Ijun53 (in notice: 
1952); MP3575. 

SPACEWAYS. Exclusive Films, London. Re- 
leased in the U. S. by Lippert Pictures, 
1952. 76 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Freely 
adapted from a radio play by Charles Eric 
Maine. 

Summary : An American scientist who is 
engaged in rocket research in England is 
suspected of the murder of his wife and a 
fellow scientist and is accused of secreting 
their bodies in a rocket ship moored 1,000 
miles above the earth. 

Credits : Producer, Michael Carreras; 
director, Terence Fisher; screenplay, Paul 
Tabori, Richard Landau; adapted by Paul 
Tabori; music director, Ivor Slaney; editor, 
Maurice Rootes. Cast : Howard Duff, Eva 
Bartok, Alan Wheatley, Philip Leaver, 
Michael Medwin. 

©Exclusive Films, ltd.; 28Dec52; LP2659. 

SPANISH EXPLORATIONS (Filmstrip) Jam 
Handy Organization, 1953. 15 fr., color, 
35mm. (Age of discovery and exploration, 
no. 5) Ansco color. Captioned maps. 
© The Jam Handy Organization, inc.; 
16Mar53; JP1966. 

SPECIAL EDITION. Lone Ranger, inc., 1952. 
Produced by Jack Chertok Productions. 
26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by 
George W. Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; direc- 
tor, John H. Morse; based on a radio play 
by Fran Striker; teleplay, Harry Poppe, Jr.; 
editor, Richard G. Wray. Cast : John Hart, 
Jay Silverheels, Nan Leslie. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 25Sep52; LP2365. 

SPECIALISTS AT WORK. Chevrolet Motor 
Division [1953] Produced by Jam Handy 
Organization. 75 ft. each, b&w, 35mm. 
© Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 24Feb53. 

Summary : Emphasizes that only Chevrolet 
dealer-trained specialists should service 
and repair Chevrolet vehicles. 

1. Diamond cutter. MU5524. 

2. Brick layer. MU5523. 

3. Sign painter. MU5522. 

4. Truck driver. MU5521. 

5. Glass blower. MU5520. 

THE SPEED QUEEN. Paramount Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
(Grantland Rice sportlight) 

Summary : Shows Olympic winner Fanny 
Blankers Koen, Dutch track and field star, 
in training under her husband's direction 
and in actual competition. 

Credits : Narrator, Ward Wilson; music 
arranger, Harry D. Glass. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 2Jan53; 
MP3109. 

THE SPICE OF LIFE — INTRODUCING A NEW 
PRODUCT (Filmstrip) National Biscuit 
Co., 1953. Produced by Wilding Picture 
Productions. 85 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen. 

©National Biscuit Co.; 2Feb53; JP1894. 

SPLIT SECOND. RKO Radio Pictures, 1953. 
85 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A melodrama. Three escaped 
killers hold five people as prisoners in a 
Nevada ghost town which is the target of a 
scheduled atom bomb test. 

Credits: Producer, Edmund Grainger; 
director, Dick Powell; story, Chester 
Erskine, Irving Wallace; screenplay, Wil- 
liam Bowers, Irving Wallace; music, Roy 



Webb; music director, C. Bakaleinikoff; 
film editor, Robert Ford. Cast: Stephen 
McNally, Alexis Smith, Jan Sterling, Keith 
Andes, Arthur Hunnicutt. 

© RKO Radio Pictures, inc.; 28Apr53; 
LP2663. 

SPLIT SECOND SURVIVAL (Filmstrip) 
National Association of Automotive Mutual 
Insurance Companies, 1953. Made by Vogue 
Wright Studios. 66 fr., 10 min., b&w, 35mm. 
(The commercial driver training series, 
no. 10) 

Summary : Photographs and cartoon 
drawings are used to show truck drivers 
how to meet such emergencies as unpredic- 
table pedestrians, blowouts, brake and 
headlight failure. 

© National Association of Automotive 
Mutual Insurance Companies; 22Apr53; 
JP2039. 

SPOOK NO EVIL. Paramount Pictures Corp., 
1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Casper 
cartoon) 

Summary : Casper, the friendly ghost, 
earns the friendship of a monkey whom he 
saves from a hippopotamus. 

Credits : Director, Seymour Kneitel; 
story, I. Klein; animation, Myron Waldman, 
Nick Tafuri; music, Winston Sharpies. 
Technicolor. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 13Mar53; 
LP2437. 

SPORT CAR RACING. Paramount Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
(Grantland Rice sportlight) 

Summary : Shows the top sport cars of the 
last 40 years, and presents General Motors' 
LaSabre as the automobile of the future. 
Includes scenes of amateur sport car racing 
at Bridgehampton, Long Island, and at Pres- 
cott, Eng. 

Credits : Narrator, Ward Wilson; music, 
Harry D. Glass. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 27Feb53; 
MP3314. 

THE SPORTING BRITISH WEST INDIES. 
Paramount Pictures Corp., 1953. 9 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. (Grantland Rice sportlight) 

Summary : A photographic tour of Jamaica 
and Nassau. Includes scenes of cricket and 
soccer games in Jamaica, the Rio Grande 
River, and the beaches of Montego Bay and 
Tower Island. Shows Bay Street in Nassau, 
as well as the picturesque waterfront and the 
popular sports of water skiing and sailing 
in the Bahamas island. 

Credits: Narrator", George Bryan; music, 
Harry D. Glass. 

® Paramount Pictures Corp.; lMay53; 
MP3596. 

SPORTING COURAGE. Vitaphone Corp., 1953. 
10 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Sports parade) 
A Warner Bros, short subject. 

Summary : One-legged skiers demonstrate 
their proficiency in the Austrian mountains. 

Credits : Director, Dick Durrance; narra- 
tor. Art Gilmore; music, Howard Jackson; 
film editor. Rex Steele. Technicolor. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 4Feb53; MP3271. 

SPORTMAN'S PLAYGROUND. SEE Sports- 
men's playground. MP3402. 

SPORTS PARADE. Motion pictures in this 
series, © Vitaphone Corp., are entered 
separately under their respective titles. 

SPORTSCOPE. Motion pictures in this series, 
© RKO-Pathe, inc., are entered separately 
under their respective titles. 

SPORTSMEN'S PLAYGROUND. RKO-Pathe, 
1952. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) 
Summary : A tour of New Zealand showing 
sports enthusiasts participating in skiing, 
ice skating, hunting, yachting, fishing, swim- 
ming, aquaplaning, and other outdoor sports. 
Credits : Director, Roger Mirams; narra- 
tor, Andre Baruch. 



Appl. title: Sportman's playground. 
© RKO Pathe, inc.; 30ct52; MP3402. 

A STAGE FOR MADAMOISELLE. Lone 
Ranger, inc., 1953. Made by Jack Chertok 
Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Created by George W. Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; director, 
John H. Morse; original teleplay, Joe Rich- 
ardson; editor. Axel Hubert. Cast: John 
Hart, Jay Silverheels, Noreen Nash. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 12Mar53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2584. 

THE STAR. Thor Productions. Released 
by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1952. 
90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A drama showing the attempts 
of an aging, vanity- ridden movie star to sur- 
mount her frustration and become adjusted 
to the idea that her days of stardom are 
over. 

Credits : Producer, Bert E. Friedlob; di- 
rector, Stuart Heisler; screenplay. Dale 
Eunson, Katherine Albert; music, Victor 
Young; editor. Otto Ludwig. Cast : Bette 
Davis, Sterling Hayden, Natalie Wood, 
Warner Anderson, Minor Watson. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
25Dec52; LP2351. 

STAR BRIGHT. Chevrolet Motor Division 
[1953] Produced by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. 75 ft., color, 35mm. 

Summary : Presents the features of the 
1953 Chevrolet passenger car. Eastman 
color. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 16Feb53; MU5517. 

STAR OF TEXAS. Allied Artists Productions, 
1953. 68 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A West- 
wood production. 

Summary : A western about a Texas Ranger 
who poses as an outlaw and discovers that a 
sheriff is the leader of a gang of bandits and 
murderers. Time: 1879. 

Credits : Producer, Vincent M. Fennelly; 
director, Thomas Carr; written by Dan Ull- 
man; music, Raoul Kraushaar; editor, Sam 
Fields. Cast : Wayne Morris, Rick Vallin, 
Robert Lee Bice, Jack Larson, Mickey 
Simpson. 

© Allied Artists Productions; llJan53; 
LP2232. 

STAR STRUCK. LP2627. SEE Private secre- 
tary, no. 11. 

STARS AND STRIPES FOREVER. Twentieth 
Century-Fox Film Corp., 1952. 89 min., 
sd., color, 35mm. Based on the book 
Marching along, by John Philip Sousa. 

Summary : A musical drama based on the 
career of John Philip Sousa, picturing his 
family life, his eccentricities, and his career 
as a band leader. 

Credits : Producer and author of screen- 
play, Lamar Trotti; director, Henry Koster; 
screen story, Ernest Vajda; music director, 
Alfred Newman; film editor, James B. Clark. 
Cast : Clifton Webb, Debra Paget, Robert 
Wagner, Ruth Hussey, Finlay Currie. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
17Dec52; LP2347. 

THE STARS ARE SINGING. Paramount Pic- 
tures Corp., 1953. 99 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A musical comedy about a 
broken-down opera star, a struggling singer, 
a vaudeville entertainer, and an unemployed 
dancer who come to the aid of a young Polish 
soprano who has illegally entered the United 
States. 

Credits : Producer, Irving Asher; director, 
Norman Taurog; story, Paul Hervey Fox; 
screenplay, Liam O'Brien; music, Victor 
Young; editor, Arthur Schmidt. Technicolor. 
Cast : Rosemary Clooney, Anna Maria Al- 
berghetti, Lauritz Melchior, Bob Williams, 
Tom Morton. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; lMar53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2402. 



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STARTING FROM HATCH. Paramount Pic- 
tures Corp., 1953. 7 min., sd., color, 
35mm. (Noveltoon cartoon) 

Summary : A fox tries to boil a fat baby 
duck for dinner. 

Credits : Producer, Seymour Kneitel; 
story, Carl Meyer, Jack Mercer; anima- 
tion, Dave Tendlar, Thomas Moore; music, 
Winston Sharpies. Technicolor. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 3Mar53; 
LP2403. 

STATE GOVERNMENT. SEE Government in 
action. JP1968. 

STATE OF THE NATION. March of Time, 
1952. 29 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A survey of life in the United 
States in October 1952. Includes scenes of 
the opening of school, a county fair, and the 
New York theater season. Discusses the 
rise in prices, war production, the Korean 
War, and the presidential campaign. 

© Time, inc.; 10ct52; MP3215. 

STEEL (Filmstrip) United States Steel 
Corp. [1953] Made by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. 32 fr., color, 35mm. Ansco color. 

Summary : Describes the production of 
steel and shows some of the products which 
are made from steel. 

© United States Steel Corp.; 17Jun53; 
JU7536. 

THE STEEL RIBBON. Flying A Pictures, 
1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Gene Autry western for tele- 
vision. 

Credits : Producer, Louis Gray; director, 
William Berke; screenplay, Robert Schaefer, 
Eric Freiwald; music, Walter Greene; music 
director, Carl Cotner; film editor, Anthony 
Wollner. Cast : Gene Autry, Pat Buttram, 
Gail Davis, John Hamilton, the horse Cham- 
pion. 

© Flying A Pictures, inc.; 21Dec52; LP2189. 

THE STEEL TRAP. Thor Productions. Re- 
leased by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 
1952. 85 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A suspense drama. The petty 
annoyances of foreign travel become unsur- 
mountable obstacles to a junior bank execu- 
tive who attempts to take his unsuspecting 
wife and $ 1,000,000 in stolen cash to Brazil. 
Filmed in Los Angeles and New Orleans. 

Credits : Producer, Bert E. Friedlob; di- 
rected and written by Andrew Stone; music, 
Dimitri Tiomkin; editor. Otto Ludwig. Cast: 
Joseph Cotton, Teresa Wright, Jonathan 
Hale, Walter Sande, Eddie Marr. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
310ct53; LP2258. 

STEERING ALIGNMENT AND GEAR SHIFT- 
ING (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp., 1953. 
Produced by Ross Roy, inc. 96 fr., b&w, 
35mm. (A master technicians film, v. 6, 
no. 3) 

Summary : A training film. 

© Chrysler Corp.; 23Feb53; JP1898. 

STENCILING. SEE Intermediate art series, 
no. 4. JP1811. 

STEP UP AND SELL (Filmstrip) Zenith 
Radio Corp., 1953. Made by Vogue Wright 
Studios. 1 16 fr., b&w, 35mm. (In-store 
meeting, no. 3) 

Summary : A training film for salesmen of 
portable radios. 

© Zenith Radio Corp.; 20Apr53; JP2038. 

STEPPING UP WITH THE JONESES. Pontiac 
Motor Division, General Motors Corp., 1951. 
Produced by Soundfilm Studios. 18 min., 
sd., color, 16mm. (Destination: Dotted line, 
no. 4) With salesman's manual. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen. 

Credits : Director, Stephen Kiefer; script, 
Dick Owen Allen. Kodachrome. 

© Soundfilm Studios, inc.; 14Nov51; 
MP3363. 



THE STOOGE. Wallis-Hazen. Released by 
Paramount Pictures Corp., 1953. 100 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A coniedy about a conceited 
theatrical entertainer who eventually real- 
izes that his partner is responsible for the 
success of their act. 

Credits : Producer, Hal B. Wallis; direc- 
tor, Norman Taurog; story, Fred F. Finkle- 
hoffe, Sid Silvers; screenplay, Fred F. 
Finklehoffe, Martin Rackin; music director, 
Joseph J. Lilley; film editor, Warren Low. 
Cast: Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Eddie 
Mayehoff, Polly Bergen, Marion Marshall. 

© Wallis-Hazen, inc.; lFeb53 (in notice: 
1951); LP2260. 

STOP, YOU'RE KILLING ME. Warner Bros. 
Pictures, 1952. 86 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
Based on a play by Damon Runyon and 
Howard Lindsay. 

Summary : A comedy. While attempting to 
establish a reputation as a legitimate brew- 
er, an ex-bootlegger runs into financial 
difficulties from which he is extricated by 
the quick thinking of a tough orphan boy, and 
the corpses of four men wanted for robbery. 

Credits : Producer, Louis F. Edelman; 
director, Roy Del Ruth; screenplay, James 
O'Hanlon; music director, Ray Heindorf; 
film editor, Owen Marks. Warnercolor. 
Cast: Broderick Crawford, Claire Trevor, 
Virginia Gibson, Bill Hayes, Charles Cantor. 

© Warner Bros. Pictures, inc.; 29Dec52; 
LP2231. 

STOPOVER. SEE All 1 desire. LP2569. 

STORIES ABOUT JESUS (Filmstrip) Standard 
Pub. Co., 1953. 20 fr., color, 35mm. 
(Betty and Bob filmstrip series) 

Summary : Two young children learn about 
the miraculous birth of Jesus, the wisdom 
that He showed during His childhood, and the 
love that He demonstrated as a young man. 

Credits : Illustrations, Cecile Lamb. 
Eastman color. 

© The Standard Pub. Co.; 15Jan53 (in 
notice: 1952); JP1813. 

STORIES FROM OTHER LANDS (Filmstrip) 
William P. Gottlieb Co. Released by En- 
cyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1952. 6 film- 
strips, color, 35mm. Eastman color. Car- 
toon drawings. 

Contents : Dick Whittington and his cat. 
51 fr. — Joan of Arc. 49 fr. — Peter and the 
dike. 46 fr. — Pheidippides, the marathon 
runner. 51 fr. — Robert Bruce and the spider. 
48 fr. — William Tell. 51 fr. 

Credits : Collaborator, Wanda Robertson. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
12Dec52; JP1969. 



STORING FOODS, 
no. 6. JP1960. 



SEE Cooking series. 



THE STORY OF A FROG. United World 
Films, 1951. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Slow -motion. X-ray photog- 
raphy, and animated diagrams are used to 
explain the processes of digestion, assimi- 
lation, elimination, and circulation in the 
frog. For elementary and high school 
science classes. 

Credits : Consultant, F. L. Fitzpatrick. 

© United World Films, inc.; lFeb51; 
MP3459. 

THE STORY OF A RIVER (Filmstrip) Popu- 
lar Science Pub. Co., 1953. 48 fr., color, 
35mm. Ansco color. 

Summary : Captioned drawings and photo- 
graphs are used in explaining the changing 
role sind appearance of a typical American 
river from its geologic beginning to the 
present time. Shows how the Indians and 
colonists made use of the river, the role of 
the river in transportation and lumbering, 
and the need for dams, reforestation, and 
scientific farming in order to prevent floods. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 15Apr53; 
JP2046. 



rHE STORY OF COMBUSTION (Filmstrip) 
Chrysler Corp., 1953. Made by Ross Roy, 
inc. 86 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Master techni- 
cians film session, no. 65) 

Summary : A training film for men who 
service automobile engines. 

© Chrysler Corp.; 3Apr53; JP2069. 

THE STORY OF KING MIDAS. Ray Harry- 
hausen, 1953. 9 min., sd., color, 16mm. 
Kodachrome. 

Summary : Animated, three-dimensional 
figures are used to tell the story of King 
Midas and the golden touch. 

Credits : Narration, Charlotte Knight; 
narrator, Del Moore; music editor, Walter 
Soul. 

© Ray Harryhausen; ljun53; MP3601. 

THE STORY OF MANDY. Ealing Studios. 
London, 1952. Released in the U. S. by 
Universal International Films. 93 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. Subsequently released 
under the title Crash of silence. Based on the 
novel The day is ours, by Hilda Lewis. 

Summary : A drama about the education 
of a deaf-mute and her anxious parents. 

Credits: Producer, Leslie Norman; direc- 
tor, Alexander Mackendrick; screenplay, 
Nigel Balchin, Jack Whittingham; music, 
William Alwyn; conductor, Ernest Irving; 
editor, Seth Holt. Cast: Phyllis Calvert. 
Jack Hawkins, Terence Morgan. Godfrey 
Tearle, Mandy Miller. 

© Ealing Studios, ltd.; 10Jul52; LP2326. 

THE STORY OF POTATOES. Viking Pictures 
Corp. Released by Encyclopaedia Britan- 
nica Films, 1952. 12 min., sd., color, 16mm. 

Summary: Explains the growth of the 
potato industry in the United States. De- 
scribes the planting, cultivation, harvesting, 
and marketing of the potato in a western 
state. 

Credits : Collaborator, James E. Kraus. 
Kodachrome. 

© Viking Pictures Corp.; 17Nov52; MP3347. 

THE STORY OF RICE. Viking Pictures Corp. 
Released by Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 
1952. 12 min., sd., b&w, ISmm. 

Summary : A demonstration of modern 
methods of growing and marketing rice. 
Shows the seeding of the fields by drill and 
by airplane, the draining and flooding of the 
fields, the harvesting of the crop, the drying 
and cleansing of the kernels, the final polish- 
ing and packaging for market. 

Credits : Collaborator, Jordan G. Lee, Jr. 

© Viking Pictures Corp.; 280ct52; MP3265. 

THE STORY OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN 
(Filmstrip) Yale University Press Film 
Service, 1953. 40 fr., b&w, 35mm. (The 
pageant of America filmstrips, no. 1) 

Summary : Describes the customs of 
several tribes which are representative of 
the five regional groups of early American 
Indians — forest Indians, Plains Indians, 
southwest Indians, California inter-moun- 
tain Indians, and northwest coast Indians. 
Shows the differences and similarities of 
tribal customs, dwellings, the modes of 
dress, techniques of hunting and fishing, 
and methods of worship. 

Credits : Editor. Clyde M. Hill; associate 
editors, Ralph H. Gabriel, William H. Hart- 
ley, May Hail James. 

© Yale University Press Film Service, 
inc.; 24Apr53; JP2031. 

THE STORY OF THREE LOVES. Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew's, 1953. 
121 min., sd., color, 35mm. 

Summary : Three love stories. The jealous 
lover: A ballerina with a serious heart 
condition falls in love with a choreographer. 
Mademoiselle: A little American boy in 
Rome is miraculously turned into a man for 
a sentimental interlude with his overly 
serious young French governess. Equilibri- 
um: An embittered trapeze artist trains a 
lonely young widow to be his partner in an 
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THE STORY OF THREE LOVES. Cont'd. 
Credits : Producer, Sidney Franklin; 
music, Miklos Rozsa; film editor, Ralph E. 
Winters. The jealous lover; director, 
Gottfried Reinhardt; screenplay, John Col- 
lier. Mademoiselle: director, Vincente 
Minnelli; story, Arnold Phillips; screen- 
play, Jan Lustig, George Froeschel. Equi- 
librium: director, Gottfried Reinhardt; 
story, Ladislas Vajda, Jacques Maret; 
screenplay, John Collier; adaptation, Jan 
Lustig, George Froeschel. Technicolor. 
Cast : Pier Angeli, Ethel Barrymore, Leslie 
Caron, Kirk Douglas, Farley Granger, 
James Mason, Moira Shearer. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 31Mar53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2459. 

STRANGER THAN FICTION. LP2339. SEE 
Mr. and Mrs. North. No. 21. 

STREET SAFETY IS YOUR PROBLEM. 
Centron Corp. Released by Young America 
Films, 1952. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Emphasizes the safety prac- 
tices that children in cities, towns, and 
rural areas should follow when playing or 
walking along streets and highways. 

Appl. author: Charles Evans Lacey. 

© Centron Corp., inc.; 15Sep52; MP3131. 

STRING. Gillette Co., 1952. 1 reel, sd., 
b&w, 16mm. Television commercial. 
© The Gillette Co.; 40ct52; MP3170. 

STROP, LOOK, AND LISTEN. Columbia Pic- 
tures Corp., 1952. 15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
(All star comedy) 

Summary : A slapstick comedy about the 
escapades of two barbers who invent a razor 
with a flexible steel blade. 

Credits : Producer and director, Jules 
White; screenplay, Felix Adler; film editor, 
Edwin Bryant. Cast : Wally Vernon, Eddie 
Quillan. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; llDec52; 
LP2455. 

THE STUPID CUPID. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 
1944. Re-released, 1953. 7 min., sd., 
color, 35mm. (Blue ribbon hit parade) 
Technicolor. 

Summary : An animated cartoon about 
Daffy Duck who turns the tables on mis- 
chievous Cupid. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 23May53 (in notice: 
1944); MP3561. 

THE SUIT. Louis G. Cowan, inc., 1952. 
24 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Fearless Fos- 
dick adventures, no. A- 10) Based on a comic 
strip character created by Al Capp [pseud, 
of Alfred Gerald Caplin] 

Summary : A puppet show which relates 
the adventures of detective Fearless Fos- 
dick and a suit which has many of the char- 
acteristics of a man. 

Credits : Producer, Charles Guggenheim; 
director and marionettes, Mary Chase; 
script, Everett Crosby; puppeteers, Frank 
Sullivan, Silvia Meredith, Donald Sommers; 
film editor, Andrew Bellenot. Cast : Voices, 
John Griggs, Gilbert Mack. 

Appl. title: Fearless Fosdick in The suit. 

© Louise G. Cowan, inc.; 17Aug52 (in 
notice: 1951); LP2271. 

SUMMING UP WITH JOE BAYNE. Lincoln- 
Mercury Division, 1953. Made by Wilding 
Picture Productions. 20 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Summary : A training film for Lincoln- 
Mercury dealers and salesmen. Dramatizes 
various sales situations from the career of 
Joseph Bayne, general sales manager of 
Lincoln- Mercury. 

© Lincoln-Mercury Division, Ford Motor 
Co.; 6Feb53; MP3490. 

THE SUN. International Screen Organiza- 
tion, 1953. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
(Astronomy films, no. 1) 

Summary : A study of the sun and sunspot 
groups. Astronomical photography by 



United States observatories is used to show 
total eclipse of the sun and hydrogen ex- 
plosions on the rim of the sun. 

Credits : Arrangement, cinematography, 
and comment by Ruroy Sibley. 

© Mabel Sibley; 20Apr53; MP3473. 

THE SUNDRIES STORY (Filmstrip) Mc- 
Kesson & Robbins, 1953. 104 fr., color, 
35mm. Eastman color. 
Summary : A training film for salesmen. 
© McKesson & Robbins, inc.; 27Mar53; 
JP1970. 

SUNNY SWEET IN GOOD WRINKLES. Cali- 
fornia Prune and Apricot Growers Associa- 
tion, 1952. Produced by All-Scope Pictures. 
22 min., sd., color, 16mm. 

Summary : A story with animated sequences 
about the adventures of a little prune in 
Hollywood. Describes the vitamin and min- 
eral content of prunes, the dehydration 
process by which plums are converted into 
prunes, the grading of the fruit according to 
size, the method of tenderizing prunes, and 
various recipes for cooking or serving 
prunes. 

Credits : Written by Terence Maples, 
Mary Bohland; narration, John Nesbitt; 
animation, Hugh Harman, Rudolph Ising. 
Technicolor. 

Appl. title: Good wrinkles. 

© California Prune and Apricot Growers 
Association; 3Sep52 (in notice: 1951); 
MP3422. 

SUSPICION. LP2580. SEE Private secretary, 
no. 9. 

SWAMPER IKE. Pacific Coast Borax Co., 
1953. Produced by Flying A Pictures. 
2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. (Death Valley days 
series) 

Summary : A young man who was reared 
as an Indian after the death of his parents 
in Death Valley is obliged to prove his 
identity in order to marry a white girl whom 
he loves. 

Credits : Producer, Dorrell McGowan; 
director, Stuart McGowan; screenplay, Ruth 
C. Woodman; film editor. Jack Wheeler. 
Cast : Jack Mahoney, Margaret Field, 
Denver Pyle. 

Appl. author: McCann Erickson, inc. 

© Borax Consolidated, ltd. (Pacific Coast 
Borax Co.); 3Feb53; LP2291. 

THE SWAN SONG. March of Time, 1952. 
30 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Ballets de 
France, no. 13-14) Released in two parts. 

Summary : A prima ballerina whose career 
is over reviews her life as a dancer. 

Credits : Producer and director, J. A. 
Benoit-Levy; music, Jeanine Rueff; music 
director, Richard Blareau. Cast: Genevieve 
Kergrist. 

© Time, inc.; 9Sep52; MP3104-3105. 

SWENN GOLLY. Louis G. Cowan, inc., 1952. 
24 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Fearless Fos- 
dick adventures, no. A -8) Based on a comic 
strip character created by Al Capp [pseud, 
of Alfred Gerald Caplin] 

Summary : A puppet show which relates the 
adventures of detective Fearless Fosdick and 
the hypnotized horse. 

Credits : Producer, Charles Guggenheim; 
director and marionettes, Mary Chase; 
script, Everett Crosby; puppeteers, Frank 
Sullivan, Silvia Meredith, Donald Sommers; 
film editor, Andrew Bellenot. Cast: Voices, 
John Griggs, Gilbert Mack, Joan Alexander. 

Appl. title: Fearless Fosdick in Swenn 
Golly. 

© Louis G. Cowan, inc.; 10Aug52 (in notice: 
1951); LP2261. 

SWORD OF VENUS. RKO Radio Pictures, 
1952. 73 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : An adventure melodrama about 
the heir to a fortune who outwits his enemies 
who have imprisoned him in order to gain 
possession of his wealth. Setting: France 
in 1832. 



Credits : Produced and written by Aubrey 
Wisberg and Jack Pollexfen; director, 
Harold Daniels; music, Charles Koff; editor, 
W. Donn Hayes. Cast: Robert Clarke, 
Catherine McLeod, Dan O'Herlihy, William 
Schallert, Marjorie Stapp. 

© RKO Radio Pictures, inc.; 31Dec52; 
LP2531. 

THE SYSTEM. Warner Bros. Pictures, 1953. 
90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A melodrama about the boss of 
a gambling syndicate whose activities are 
investigated by a legislative crime commis- 
sion as a result of a newspaper crusade 
against gambling. 

Credits : Producer, Sam Bischoff; direc- 
tor, Lewis Seller; story, Edith Grafton, 
Samuel Grafton; screenplay, Jo Eisinger; 
music, David Buttolph; film editor, Clarence 
Kolster. Cast : Frank Lovejoy, Joan Wel- 
don. Bob Arthur, Paul Picerni, Donald 
Beddoe. 

© Warner Bros. Pictures, inc.; 27Apr53; 
LP2521. 



TACHISTOFILM A-A-100. Edwin P. Heinrich, 
1953. 1 reel, si., b&w, 8mm. 

Summary : One hundred arithmetic prob- 
lems composed of one-digit numbers placed 
one under the other. For use as a diagnostic 
and therapeutic tool for the basic facts in 
addition and multiplication. 

©Edwin P. Heinrich; 28Jan53; MP3210. 

TAKE IT EASY, BILL. General Baking Co. 
[1953] 25 min. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen 
which emphasizes the advancement oppor- 
tunities that are offered to salesmen of Bond 
products. 
©General Baking Co.; 23Jan53; MU5505. 

TAKE IT EASY, BILL. General Baking Co. 
[1953] 25 min. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen. 
Emphasizes the advancement opportunities 
that are offered to salesmen of Bond prod- 
ucts. 
© General Baking Co.; 30Mar53; MU5541. 

TAKE ME TO TOWN. Universal Pictures 
Co., 1953. 81 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
A Universal-International picture. Techni- 
color. 

Summary : A melodrama. A dance hall 
girl, having escaped from a marshal who is 
taking her to prison, seeks refuge as a 
housekeeper in the home of a widower whose 
three young children plot to make her their 
foster mother. 

Credits: Producer, Ross Hunter; director, 
Douglas Sirk; story and screenplay, Richard 
Morris; music director, Joseph Gershenson; 
film editor, Milton Carruth. Cast : Ann 
Sheridan, Sterling Hayden, Philip Reed, Lee 
Patrick, Lee Aaker. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 8May53; 
LP2570. 

A TALE OF TWO SEAMS (Filmstrip) Singer 
Manufacturing Co., 1953. Produced by Key 
Productions. 45 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : Explains that in order to stitch 
a perfect seam on a sewing machine it is 
necessary to practice frequently, to have 
good posture, to select the correct needle 
and thread for the fabric, and to use properly 
adjusted equipment. 

© Singer Manufacturing Co.; 2Feb53; 
JP1847. 

THE TALES OF HOFFMANN. London Films, 
London, 1951. Released in the U. S. by 
Lopert Films. 134 min., sd., color, 35mm. 

Summary : A film version of Offenbach's 
opera about a poet and his unhappy love af- 
fairs with a Parisian dancing puppet doll, 
a courtesan who had gained possession of 
his soul, and a consumptive Grecian singer. 

Credits : Produced, directed, and written 
by Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger; 



1953 



MOTION PICTURES AND FILMSTRIPS 



53 



English libretto, Dennis Arundell; from the 
French text by Jules Barbier; music, 
Jacques Offenbach, played by the Royal 
Philharmonic Orchestra, under the direc- 
tion of Sir Thomas Beecham; choreography, 
Frederick Ashton; editor, Reginald Mills. 
Technicolor. Cast : Moira Shearer, Robert 
Helpmann, Leonide Massine, Robert Rounse- 
ville, the Sadler's Wells Chorus. 

© British Lion Film Corp., ltd.; IFebSl; 
LP2325. 

TALES OF HOFFMAN (ARLAS) SEE Great 
moments from Tales of Hoffman. MP3288. 

TALL, DARK, AND DEAD. Adrian Weiss 
Productions, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Based on the Craig Kennedy stories created 
by Arthur B. Reeve. 

Summary : A television mystery about 
Craig Kennedy, criminologist. 

Credits : Producer and director, Adrian 
Weiss; story, Ande Lamb; film editor, 
Michael Luciano. Cast: Donald Woods, 
Sydney Mason, Lewis Wilson. 

© Adrian Weiss Productions; 17Feb53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2331. 

THE TALL TEXAN. T. F. Woods Produc- 
tions. Released by Lippert Pictures, 1953. 
82 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : The passengers in a stage coach 
bound for El Paso, learning of a rich gold 
deposit in the Indian country through which 
they are traveling, interrupt their journey 
in order to try their luck at mining. 

Credits : Producers, T. F. Woods, Robert 
L. Lippert, Jr.; director and film editor, 
Elmo Williams; screenplay, Samuel Roeca; 
music, Bert Shefter. Cast : Lloyd Bridges, 
Lee J. Cobb, Marie Windsor, Luther Adler, 
Sid Saylor. 

© T. F. Woods Productions, inc.; 9Feb53; 
LP2367. 

TANGIER INCIDENT. Allied Artists Produc- 
tions. Released by Monogram Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 77 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A member of the American 
legation in Tangier poses as a black market 
operator in order to intercept three atomic 
scientists who intend to disclose secret in- 
formation to Communist agents. 

Credits : Producer, Lindsley Parsons; 
director. Lew Landers; original story and 
screenplay, George Bricker; music director, 
Edward J. Kay; film editor, Leonard W. 
Herman. Cast : George Brent, Mari Aldon, 
Bert Freed, Dorothy Patrick, Richard Kar- 
lan. 

© Allied Artists Productions; lFeb53; 
LP2289. 

TARGET HONG KONG. Columbia Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 66 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A melodrama alx)ut an Ameri- 
can adventurer who is involved in a struggle 
between Chinese Nationalists and Communists 
in Hong Kong. 

Credits : Producer, Wallace MacDonald; 
director, Fred F. Sears; screenplay, Herbert 
Purdum; music director. Mischa Bakaleini- 
koff; film editor, Richard Fantl. Cast : 
Richard Denning, Nancy Gates, Richard Loo, 
Soo Yong, Ben Astar. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; Ijan53; 
LP2219. 

TAXI. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 
1953. 77 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on 
the motion picture Sans laisser d'adresse. 

Summary : A comedy-drama depicting an 
eventful day in the life of a cynical New York 
cab driver who helps a newly-arrived Irish 
girl to find her worthless American husband. 
Filmed in Manhattan and Brooklyn. 

Credits : Producer, Samuel G. Engle; 
director, Gregory Ratoff; screen story, Hans 
Jacoby, Fred Brady; screenplay, D. M. 
Marshman, Jr., Daniel Fuchs; music, Leigh 
Harline; film editor, Hugh S. Fowler. Cast: 
Dan Dailey, Constance Smith, Neva Patter- 
son, Blanche Yurka, Kyle MacDonnell. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
22Jan53; LP2354. 



TEACHER OF THE YEAR. Screen Associ- 
ates, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A comedy. A reporter is 
harassed by the mischievous pranks of a 
seven-year-old boy when he spends a day 
in the classroom of the teacher of the year. 

Credits : Producers, Gil Ralston, Jacques 
Braunstein; director. Rod Amateau; original 
story, Frank Moss; teleplay, Howard Dims- 
dale; editor, Chester Schaeffer. Cast : Steve 
Brodie, Martha Hyer, Lee Aiker. 

© Screen Associates, inc.; 5Feb53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2416. 

TEACHING GREGG SHORTHAND SIMPLI- 
FIED: A TYPICAL LESSON. McGraw-HiU 
Book Co., 1952. Produced by Documentary 
Film Productions. 17 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
(Gregg shorthand series, no. 2) Produced 
with the cooperation of Central Commercial 
High School, New York. Correlated with 
Gregg shorthand manual simplified, by 
Gregg, Leslie, and Zoubek, and with Gregg 
shorthand manual simplified, functional 
method, by Leslie and Zoubek. 

Summary : A teacher training film for 
shorthand instructors in which Charles E. 
Zoubek demonstrates teaching procedures 
for new theory, homework, dictation, and 
drill, as he teaches lesson 21. 

Credits : Educational director, Madeline 
S. Strony; technical advisors, Louiis A. 
Leslie, Charles E. Zoubek. 

Appl. title: Typical lesson in Gregg short- 
hand simplified. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co.. inc. (in notice: 
Gregg Pub. Division, McGraw-Hill Book Co., 
inc.); 290ct52; MP3221. 

TEACHING GREGG SHORTHAND SIMPLI- 
FIED: DEVELOPING SHORTHAND SPEED. 
McGraw-Hill Book Co.. 1952. Produced by 
Documentary Film Productions. 14 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. (Gregg shorthand series, 
no. 4) Produced with the cooperation of 
Central Commercial High School, New York. 
Correlated with Gregg dictation simplified, 
by Leslie and Zoubek, and with Previewed 
dictation, by Zoubek. 

Summary : A teacher training film in which 
Madeline S. Strony illustrates, through a 
classroom lesson, procedures which are 
helpful in all stages of the development of 
shorthand skill. Demonstrates the presenta- 
tion of word lists and previews, the method 
of handling homework, amd the use of the 
"minute plan" of skill development. 

Credits : Educational director, Madeline 
S. Strony; technical advisors, Louis A. Les- 
lie, Charles E. Zoubek. 

Appl. title: Developing shorthand speed. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc. (in notice: 
Gregg Pub. Division, McGraw-Hill Book Co.. 
inc.); 290ct52; MP3219. 

TEACHING GREGG SHORTHAND SIMPLI- 
FIED: TEACHING MARGINAL REMINDERS. 
McGraw-Hill Book Co.. 1952. Produced 
by Documentary Film Productions. 10 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. (Gregg shorthand series, 
no. 3) Produced with the cooperation of 
Central Commercial High School, New York. 
Correlated with Gregg shorthand manual 
simplified, by Gregg, Leslie, and Zoubek, 
and with Gregg shorthand manual simplified, 
functional method, by Leslie and Zoubek. 

Summary : A teacher training film in which 
Madeline S. Strony shows how marginal re- 
minders are introduced to a shorthand class 
and how the students use them in preparing 
homework; explains the classroom use of 
marginal reminders in connection with read- 
ing back and dictation. 

Credits : Educational director, Madeline 
S. Strony; technical advisors, Louis A. Les- 
lie, Charles E. Zoubek. 

Appl. title: Teaching marginal reminders. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc. (in notice: 
Gregg Pub. Division, McGraw-Hill Book 
Co., inc.); 290ct52; MP3220. 

TEACHING GREGG SHORTHAND SIMPLI- 
FIED: THE FIRST LESSON. McGraw-HiU 
Book Co., 1952. Produced by Documentary 
Film Productions. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 



(Gregg shorthand series, no. 1) Produced 
with the cooperation of Central Commercial 
High School, New York. Correlated with 
Gregg shorthand manual simplified, by 
Gregg, Leslie, and Zoubek, and with Gregg 
shorthand manual simplified, functional 
method, by Leslie and Zoubek. 

Summary : A teacher training film in which 
Louis A. Leslie uses a classroom demon- 
stration to explain how to introduce short- 
hand to a class of beginners and how to 
utilize the blackboard for drills. 

Credits : Educational director, Madeline S. 
Strony; narrator, Charles E. Zoubek; 
technical advisors, Louis A. Leslie. Charles 
E. Zoubek. 

Appl. title: First lesson in Gregg short- 
hand simplified. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co.. inc. (in notice: 
Gregg Pub. Division. McGraw-Hill Book 
Co.. inc.); 290ct52; MP3216. 

TEACHING MARGINAL REMINDERS. SEE 
Teaching Gregg shorthand simplified: 
Teaching marginal reminders. MP3220. 

TEAMWORK IN TRANSIT. Bendix- Westing- 
house Automotive Air Brake Co. [1953] 
Made by Jam Handy Organization. 2 reels, 
b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for distributors 
which illustrates that the growth of Bendix- 
Westinghouse parallels the expansion of the 
trucking industry. Includes scenes of a tour 
through a Bendix -Westinghouse plant. 

© The Jam Handy Organization, inc.; 
13Apr53; MU5543. 

TECHNICAL FOULS. JP2117. SEE Rules of 
girls' basketball, 1952-1953. no. 4. 

TELEVISION: HOW IT WORKS: Coronet. 
1952. 11 min.. sd., b&w. 16mm. 

Summary : Scenes within a television sta- 
tion are used to explain the basic principles 
of television broadcasting and reception. 
Shows the operation of a cathode ray tube, 
an image orthicon tube, an electron gun. de- 
flecting coils, and a sync -generator. 

Credits : Educational collaborator. Marvin 
Camras. 

© John Smart; !6Dec52; MP3305. 

TELL AND VISION SELLING (Filmstrip) 
Zenith Radio Corp.. 1953. Produced by 
Vogue Wright Studios. 66 fr., b&w. 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen. 

© Zenith Radio Corp.; 27Jan53; JP1903. 

TENAMPA. Screen Associates, 1953. 
3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A melodrama about an insurance 
detective who discovers that a thief has 
given stolen money to a confidence man mas- 
querading as a policeman. 

Credits : Producer, Rudy E. Abel; director, 
Arthur Hilton; teleplay, Robert Patterson; 
editor, Bernard Matis. Cast : Sheldon 
Leonard, Mona Knox, Jack Kruschen. 

© Screen Associates, inc.; 5Feb53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2415. 

TERMITES FROM MARS. Universal Pictures 
Co., 1953. 6 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
(Woody Woodpecker Walter Lantz cartune) 
A Universal-International picture. 

Summary : Woody Woodpecker encounters 
an influx of active termites. 

Credits : Animation, Ray Abrams. La Verne 
Harding, Paul Smith; music, Clarence 
Wheeler. Technicolor. 

© Universal International; 5Jan53; MP3229. 

THE TERROR. LP2340. SEE Mr. and Mrs. 
North. No. 20. 

TERRY BEARS IN PICNIC WITH PAPA. 
Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth Century- 
Fox Film Corp., 1952. 7 min., sd., color. 
35mm. (Terrytoon cartoon) 

Summary : Papa Bear, who thinks of him- 
self as an experienced woodsman, discovers 
that his cubs know much more about camping 
than he does. 



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Jan.-June 



TERRY BEARS IN PICNIC WITH PAPA. 
Cont'd. 

Credits : Producer, Paul Terry; director, 
Mannie Davis; story, Tom Morrison; music, 
Philip A. Scheib. 
© Terrytoons, inc.; 26Sep52; LP2366. 

TERRY BEARS IN PLUMBER'S HELPERS. 
Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth Century- 
Fox Film Corp., 1953. 7 min., sd., color, 
35mm. (Terrytoon cartoon) 

Summary : Papa bear encounters a number 
of difficulties when he decides to repair the 
radiator in his home. 

Credits : Producer, Paul Terry; director, 
Connie Rasinski; story, Tom Morrison; 
music, Philip A. Scheib. 

© Terrytoons, inc.; 27Mar53; LP2653. 

TERRYTOON CARTOON. Motion pictures 
in this series, © Terrytoons, inc., are en- 
tered separately under their respective 
titles. 

TEXAS LONGHORN STEER COMMERCIAL. 
Warwick & Legler, 1953. 1 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. Rev. 

© on revisions; Pabst Brewing Co.; 
16Mar53; MP3633. 

TEXTBOOK OF SALESMANSHIP. SEE 
Approach. MP3227. 
Making that sale. MP3225. 
Preapproach. MP3226. 
Prospecting. MP3222. 

THAR SHE BLOWS. Vitaphone Corp., 1953. 
20 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. 
A Warner Bros, short subject. 

Summary : A story of a whale-hunting ex- 
pedition in the Antarctic as seen through 
the eyes of a cabin boy. Shows the opera- 
tion of the harpoon gun, the struggle of a 
harpooned whale, and the transfer of the 
catch from the killer ship to the factory 
ship where the whale is processed. 

Credits : Director, D. Richard Statile; 
written by Owen Crump; narrator. Art Gil- 
more; music, Howard Jackson; film editor, 
De Leon Anthony. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 8Apr53; MP3452. 

THAT'S MY PUP. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 
Released by Loew's, 1953. 7 min., sd., 
color, 35mm. (Tom and Jerry cartoon) 
Technicolor. 

Summary : An animated cartoon. The cat 
Tom and the mouse Jerry run into trouble 
when the bulldog teaches his young son how 
to be man's best friend, how to bury bones, 
and how to chase cats. 

Credits : Producer, Fred Quimby; direc- 
tors, William Hanna, Joseph Barbera; ani- 
mation, Ed Barge, Ray Patterson, Kenneth 
Muse, Irven Spence; music, Scott Bradley. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 28May53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2646. 

THERAPY INFLUENCING THE AUTONOMIC 
NERVOUS SYSTEM. G. D. Searle & Co. 
[1953] Produced by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. 693 ft., color, 16mm. Produced with 
the cooperation of Northwestern Medical 
School. 

Summary : A chart and animated sequences 
are used to show the origin of the nerves, 
the ganglia through which they pass, and the 
organs which they innervate; demonstrates 
the effect of Banthine on the nervous system. 
For postgraduate students and doctors. 
Kodachrome. 

© The Jam Handy Organization, inc.; 
5Jan53; MU5496. 

THERAPY WITH CORTONE. Merck, 1953. 
Produced by Audio Productions. 39 min., 
sd., color, 16mm. 

Summary : Clinical photography and ani- 
mated sequences are used to explain the ef- 
fects of Cortone therapy in the treatment of 
acute iritis, pemphigus, asthma, rheumatic 
fever, and rheumatoid arthritis. For doc- 
tors. Kodachrome. 

® Merck & Co., inc.; 23Mar53 (in notice: 
1952); MP3431. 



THERE HE GOES AGAIN. Paramount Pic- 
tures Corp., 1953. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
(Topper series) 

Summary : Pictures the antics of a family 
of skunks. 

Credits : Producer, John A. Haeseler; 
narrator. Ward Wilson. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; lMay53; 
MP3494. 

THE THERMOMETER (Filmstrip) Young 
America Films, 1953. Produced by Key 
Productions. 51 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Elemen- 
tary science series. Set no. 3) 

Summary : Describes different kinds of 
thermometers — a room thermometer, the 
clinical thermometer, various types of 
metal thermometers, and the thermometer 
used to measure the temperature of boiling 
water — and explains how they work on the 
principle of expansion and contraction. 
© Key Productions, inc.; 3Feb53; JP1852. 

THEY ARE A GREAT HOST (Filmstrip) 
Woman's Missionary Society of the Church 
of God [ 1953] Made by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. 82 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A story of the way in which 
women of the Church of God pray, plan, and 
work together in order to fulfill the Biblical 
verse, ' The Lord giveth the word: The 
women that publish the tidings are a great 
host." 

© Woman's Missionary Society of the 
Church of God; 18May53; JU7511. 

THEY TREAT YOU RIGHT (Filmstrip) 
Frigidaire Division [1953] Made by Jam 
Handy Organization. 81 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for sales and 
service personnel which emphasizes good 
customer relations. 

© Frigidaire Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 17Jun53; JU7549. 

THE THIRD EYE. LP2280. SEE Mr. and 
Mrs. North. No. 18. 

THIRD RAIL. LP2494. SEE Man against 
crime. Feb. 4, 1953. 

THIS IS CINERAMA. PART 1-2. Cinerama 
Productions Corp. [1952] 120 min., sd., 
color, 35mm. [A three-dimensional film: 
Cinerama. Stereophonic sound; magnetic 
track] 

Summary : A series of sequences showing 
a helicopter excursion over Niagara Falls, 
a roller-coaster ride at Rockaway Beach, 
a Spanish bullfight, and a visit to the La 
Scalla Opera House in Milan. Includes 
scenes of Edinburgh, Venice, Cypress 
Gardens, Fla., and aerial views of the natural 
wonders of the United States. 

Credits : Producers, Merian C. Cooper, 
Robert L. Benedick; narrator, Lowell 
Thomas. Eastman color. 

© Cinerama Productions Corp.; llMar53; 
MU5536-5537. 

THIS IS KOREA (Filmstrip) Torge Photos. 
Released by Educational Services, 1953. 
4 filmstrips, color, 35mm. 

Contents : 1. The geography. 49 fr.— 2. 
The people. 47 fr. — 3. Making a living. 
46 fr. — 4. Culture and religion. 48 fr. 

Credits : Photographer, Rae Oilman 
Engebretson. Ansco color. 

© Rae Oilman Engebretson, d.b.a. Torge 
Photos; 6Mar53; JP1931. 

THIS WORLD OF OURS. Motion pictures in 
this series, © Dudley Pictures Corp., are 
entered separately under their respective 
titles. 

A THOUSAND AND ONE NIGHTS [AND] 
TREASURE WALTZ. Castle Films, 1951. 
1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. (The music album) 

Summary : The Vienna Philharmonic 
Orchestra, conducted by Karl Boehm, plays 
selections from Strauss, with a ballet by 
members of the Vienna Opera. 

Appl. title: One thousand and one nights 
and Treasure waltz. 



© United World Films, inc. 
MP3295. 



15May51; 



THREE CHAIRS FOR BETTY. RKO Radio 
Pictures, 1952. 16 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A slapstick comedy about the 
Newlyweds. A spendthrift wife with a mania 
for antiques, convinces a gullible dealer 
that she possesses three valuable Victorian 
chairs. 

Credits : Producer, George Bilson; direc- 
tor, Duke Goldstone; screenplay. Earl Bald- 
win; film editor, Douglas Stewart. Cast: 
Robert Hutton, Elisabeth Fraser, Mabel 
Albertson, Emory Parnell, Paul Maxey. 

© RKO Radio Pictures, inc.; 12Dec52; 
LP2469. 

THREE ON THE TRAIL. Castle Films. 1950. 
1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on a char- 
acter created by Clarence E. Mulford. 

Summary: A western in which Hopalong 
Cassidy organizes the ramchers in order to 
capture a bandit gang. 

Appl. title: Three on a trail. 

© United World Films, inc.; 15Feb50 (in 
notice: MCMXLX); LP2320. 

THE THREE R'S. Chevrolet Motor Division 
[1953] Produced by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. 75 ft., color, 35mm. 

Summary : Presents the various models of 
1953 Chevrolet trucks. Eastman color. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 13Mar53; MU5532. 

THREE STOOGES COMEDY. Motion pictures 
in this series, © Columbia Pictures Corp., 
are entered separately under their respec- 
tive titles. 

THROUGH THE WALL. Lone Ranger, inc., 
1952. Produced by Jack Chertok Produc- 
tions. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by 
George W. Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; direc- 
tor, John H. Morse; teleplay, Tom Seller; 
based on a radio play by Ralph GoU; editor, 
Frank Capacchione. Cast: John Hart, Jay 
Silverheels, Dabbs Greer. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 90ct52; LP2274. 

THUNDER IN THE EAST. Paramount Pic- 
tures Corp., 1953. 98 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
Formerly entitled Rage of the vulture. ' 
Based on the novel. Rage of the vulture, by 
Alan Moorehead. 

Summary : A gun-runner becomes in- 
volved in a native uprising which threatens 
to isolate the members of the English colony 
who are trying to leave the Indian province 
of Gandahar. 

Credits : Producer, Everett Riskin; direc- 
tor, Charles Vidor; screenplay, Jo Swerling; 
adaptation, George Tabori, Frederick Haz- 
litt Brennan; music, Hugo Friedhofer; editor, 
Everett Douglas. Cast : Alan Ladd, Deborah 
Kerr, Charles Boyer, Corinne Calvet, Cecil 
Kellaway. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; lJan53 (in 
notice: 1951); LP2195. 

THUNDERBIRDS. Republic Pictures Corp., 
1952. 98 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary: A melodrama about the roman- 
ces, personal conflicts, and acts of heroism 
of the men in an infantry unit from Green 
Hill, Okla., who, as National Guard members 
of the Thunderbird Division, fight on the 
front lines in Europe during World War II. 
Includes newsclips of actual war footage. 

Credits : Producer-director, John H. Auer; 
story, Kenneth Gamet; screenplay, Mary C. 
McCall, Jr.; music, Victor Young; film edi- 
tor, Richard L. Van Enger. Cast: John 
Derek, John Barrymore, Jr., Mona Freeman, 
Gene Evans, Eileen Christy. 

© Republic Pictures Corp.; 5Sep52; LP2230. 

TIE A STRING AROUND THE FINGER (Film- 
strip) Coca-Cola Co., 1952. Produced by 



1953 



MOTION PICTURES AND FILMSTRIPS 



55 



Jam Handy Organization. 51 fr., b&w, 
35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen. 

Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization, 
employer for hire. 

© The Coca-Cola Co.; 29Dec52; JP1929. 

TIME FOR TELEVISION. Seminar Films in 
collaboration with the Child Study Associa- 
tion of America, 1952. 17 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Summary : A young boy whose school work, 
play activities, and rest suffer because he 
becomes obsessed with watching television 
programs learns to schedule his viewing of 
television so that it will not interfere with 
other activities. 

Credits : Producer, director, and writer, 
Lewis Baer. 

© Lewis S. Baer; 230ct52; MP3517. 

TIME-LAPSE STUDIES OF GROWING TREES. 
New York State College of Forestry, 1953. 
12 min,, sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 

Summary : Time-lapse photography is 
used to show the change from flower to fruit 
in the silver maple and Cottonwood trees. 
Shows in detail the dispersal of seeds and 
the germination process. Includes an ex- 
planation of time-lapse photography as a 
mesms of photographing the motion of growth. 

Credits : Written and photographed by Wil- 
liam M. Harlow. 

© State University of New York, College 
of Forestry at Syracuse; 10Feb53; MP3483. 

TIPS FOR THE STUDENT OFFICIAL. JP2119. 
SEE Rules of girls' basketball, 1952-1953, 
no. 6. 

TITANIC. Twentieth Century-Fox Film 
Corp., 1953. 98 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A domestic drama. A wife, 
who is taking her two children to America in 
an effort to remove them from the super- 
ficial social life imposed by their overly- 
indulgent father, recaptures love and respect 
for her husband when he joins his family on 
the Titanic's maiden voyage. Includes a 
re-enactment of the sinking of the Titanic 
on April 15, 1912. 

Credits : Producer, Charles Brackett; 
director, Jean Negulesco; written by Charles 
Brackett, Walter Reisch, Richard Breen; 
music director, Lionel Newman; music, Sol 
Kaplan; film editor, Louis Loeffler. Cast : 
Clifton Webb, Barbara Stanwyck, Robert 
Wagner, Audrey Dalton, Thelma Ritter. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
18Apr53; LP2621. 

TO SELL 'EM, JUST TELL 'EM (Filmstrip) 
Coca-Cola Co., 1952. Produced by Jam 
Handy Organization. 56 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen. 

Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization, 
employer for hire. 

© The Coca-Cola Co.; 29Dec52; JP1930. 

TOADS GROW. JP2129. SEE Growing things, 
no. 4. 

TOAST OF SONGS. Universal Pictures Co., 
1952. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Cartoon 
melodies) A Universal-International pic- 
ture. 

Summary : A musical short featuring After 
the ball. My gal Sal, and Little Annie Rooney. 
Designed for audience participation. 

Credits : Producer and director. Will 
Cowan; animation, Dave Fleischer. 

Appl. title: Toast of song. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 6Apr52; 
LP2489. 

TOM AND JERRY CARTOON. Motion pic- 
tures in this series, © Loew's Incorporated, 
are entered separately under their respec- 
tive titles. 

TONIGHT WE SING. Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp., 1953. 113 min., sd., color, 
35mm. Based on a book by Sol Hurok and 
Ruth Goode. 
Summary : A musical based on the career 



of Sol Hurok, a Russian immigrant who 
brought some of Europe's greatest concert 
artists to the United States under his man- 
agement. Includes sequences from Faust, 
Boris Gbdunov, La traviata, and Madame 
Butterfly. 

Credits : Producer, George Jessel; direc- 
tor, Mitch Leisen; screenplay, Harry 
Kurnitz, George Oppenheimer; music, Alfred 
Newman; film editor, Dorothy Spencer. 
Cast : David Wayne, Ezio Pinza, Roberta 
Peters, Tamara Toumanova, Anne Bancroft. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
12Feb53; LP2620. 

TOO MUCH SPEED. Vitaphone Corp., 1953. 
10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Vitaphone novel- 
ties) A Warner Bros, short subject. 

Summary : Presents bicycle, motorcycle, 
and auto racing. Includes scenes of an auto 
race at the Indianapolis track and a mass 
crack-up of stock-car racers at Daytona 
Beach. 

Credits : Produced and written by Robert 
Youngson; narrator, Dwight Weist; film 
editor, Albert Helmes. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 2Jan53 (in notice: 
1952); MP3173. 

TOO MUCH SPRING. LP2626. SEE Private 
secretary, no. 13. 

THE TOOLS OF OUR TRADE (Filmstrip) 
Lincoln-Mercury Sales Council, 1953. Made 
by Wilding Picture Productions. 82 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. (Lincoln-Mercury sales round- 
table, no. 15) 

© Lincoln-Mercury Division of Ford Motor 
Co. (in notice: Ford Motor Co.); 26Jan53; 
JP2051. 

TOPPER SERIES. Motion pictures in this 
series, © Paramount Pictures Corp., are 
entered separately under their respective 
titles. 

THE TOY TELEPHONE TRUCK: BACK- 
GROUND FOR READING AND EXPRESSION. 
Coronet, 1953. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Describes the manufacture of a 
toy truck, its delivery to a toy shop, Emd its 
sale to a parent who presents it to a little 
boy on his birthday. For primary grades. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, C. W. 
Hunnicutt. 

© John Smart; 7May53; MP3519. 

TRADE-IN TACTICS (Filmstrip) Lincoln- 
Mercury Sales Council, 1953. Made by Wild- 
ing Picture Productions. 161 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
(Lincoln-Mercury sales round-table, no. 9) 

© Lincoln-Mercury Division of Ford Motor 
Co. (in notice: Ford Motor Co.); 26Jan53; 
JP2062. 

TRADER BOGGS. Lone Ranger, inc., 1953. 
Produced by Jack Chertok Productions. 
26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George 
W. Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; director, 
Paul Landres; teleplay, Joe Richardson; 
based on the radio play by Fran Striker; 
editor. Axel Hubert. Cast: John Hart, Jay 
Silverheels, Hal Price. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 15Jan53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2488. 

TRAIL BLAZERS. Newhall Productions. Re- 
leased by Monogram Pictures Corp., 1953. 
64 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A melodrama. A juvenile delin- 
quent who accompanies the members of a 
boys' club on an outing in the mountains 
helps to capture a convicted murderer. 

Credits: Producer and director, Wesley 
Barry; original screenplay, Sam Roeca, 
John Marks; music director, Edward J. Kay; 
film editor. Ace Herman. Cast: Alan Hale, 
Jr., Richard Tyler, Barney McCormack, 
Jim Flowers, Henry Blair. 



© Monogram Pictures Corp.; 8Jun53; 
LP2623. 

TRAIL DUST. Castle Films, 1952. 1 reel, 
sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on the book of the 
same title by Clarence Mulford. 

Summary : A western. A coveted water 
hole is the focal point in a feud between 
rival ranch hands. 

Credits : Producer, Harry Sherman; 
director, Nat Watt; screenplay, Al Martin; 
music, Charles Bradshaw; film editor, 
Robert Warwick. Cast: William Boyd, 
Jimmy Ellison, George Hayes, Stephen 
Morris, Gwynne Shipman. 

© United World Films, inc.; lAug52; 
LP2313. 

TRAIL OF THE ARROW. William F. Broidy 
Productions, 1951. 56 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
(Wild Bill Hickok, no. 5) 

Summary : A western. With the help of a 
young Osage chief. Marshal Wild Bill Hickok 
and his deputy prove that an Interior De- 
partment agent and his henchmen are re- 
sponsible for stealing cattle and placing the 
blame on an Indian tribe. 

Credits : Producer, Wesley Barry; direc- 
tor, Thomas Carr; screenplay, Melvin Levy, 
Maurice Tombragel; music director, Edward 
J. Kay; editor. Ace Herman. Cast : Guy 
Madison, Andy Devine, Wendy Waldron. 

© William F. Broidy Productions, inc.; 
15Dec51 (in notice: 1952); LP2214. 



TRAINED FOR MURDER. LP2633. 
Mr. and Mrs. North. No. 37. 



SEE 



TRANSPORTATION OF THE INJURED 
(Filmstrip) Centron Corp. Released by 
Young America Films, 1952. 36 fr., b&w, 
35mm. (First aid series) 

Summary : Demonstrates several methods, 
of transporting the injured when a stretcher 
is not required. Describes the procedure 
for improvising a blanket stretcher; shows 
the proper way to place a victim upon a 
stretcher. 

© Young America Films, inc.; 15Dec52; 
JP1771. 

THE TRAP. Adrian Weiss Productions, 1953. 
3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on the 
Craig Kennedy stories created by Arthur 
B. Reeve. 

Summary : A television mystery about 
Craig Kennedy, criminologist. 

Credits: Producer and director, Adrian 
Weiss; story, Ande Lamb; film editor, 
Michael Luciano. Cast : Donald Woods, 
Sydney Mason, Lewis Wilson. 

© Adrian Weiss Productions; 10Mar53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2396. 

THE TRAP. William Boyd Productions, 1952. 
3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on char- 
acters created by Clarence E. Mulford. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
Hopalong Cassidy. 

Credits : Production supervisor, Glenn 
Cook; director, Derwin Abbe; screenplay, 
Sherman L. Lowe; music, Raoul Kraushaar; 
film editor, Fred W. Berger. Cast : William 
Boyd, Edgar Buchanan, Howard Negley. 

© William Boyd Productions; 26Sep52; 
LP2276. 

TRAVEL QUIZ. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Re- 
leased by Loew's, 1953. 9 min., sd., color, 
35mm. (Pete Smith specialty. What's your 
I. Q.?) Technicolor. 

Summary : Pete Smith poses a series of 
questions relating to world travel. 

Credits: Produced and narrated by Pete 
Smith; screenplay, Julian Harmon; film 
editor, Joseph Dietrick. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 17Apr53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2600. 

LA TRAVIATA (ARIAS) SEE Great moments 
from La traviata. MP3286. 

TREASON AT DRY CREEK. Lone Ranger, 
inc., 1952. Produced by Jack Chertok Pro- 
ductions. 26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Created 



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Jan.-June 



TREASON AT DRY CREEK. Cont'd, 
by George W. Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; director, 
Paul Landres; teleplay, David P. Sheppard; 
film editor, Frank Capacchione. Cast : John 
Hart, Jay Silverheels, Frank Fenton. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 4Dec52; LP2421. 

THE TREASURE OF PANCHO VILLA. David 
Pierce Newman [1953] 12 min. 

Summary : An adventure story about two 
Americans who are forced to abandon their 
search for hidden treasure when they are 
attacked by bandits in the Sierra Madres. 

Credits: Author, William O. Doss. 

©David Pierce Newman; 5May53; MU5552. 

TREASURE OF SANTA DOLORES. Range 
Rider Productions, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Summary : A Range Rider western for 
television. 

Credits : Producer, Hugh McCollum; direc- 
tor, William Berke; screenplay, Orville 
Hampton; music score, Walter Greene; 
music supervisor, Irving Friedman; music 
director, Stanley Neufeld; film editor, An- 
thony Wollner. Cast : Jack Mahoney, Dick 
Jones, Laurette Luez. 

© Range Rider Productions; 2Feb53; 
LP2251. 

TREASURE OF THE GOLDEN CONDOR. 
Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1953. 
93 min., sd., sepia, 35nm. Based on a novel 
by Edison Marshall. 

Summary : An Adventure melodrama about 
a young Frenchman's efforts to establish 
his rightful name and to find a fabled Mayan 
treasure in the New World. Setting: France 
and Guatemala in the 18th century. Filmed 
in part in Guatemala. 

Credits : Producer, Jules Buck; director 
and author of screenplay, Delmer Daves; 
music, Sol Kaplan; music director, Alfred 
Newman; film editor, Robert Simpson. Cast : 
Cornel Wilde, Constance Smith, Finlay Currie, 
Walter Hampden, Anne Bancroft. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
3Feb53; LP2440. 

TREASURE WALTZ. SEE A thousand and one 
nights [and] Treasure waltz. MP3295. 

TREES GROW. JP2127. SEE Growing things, 
no. 2. 

TRIAL BY FIRE. Lone Ranger, inc., 1952. 
Produced by Jack Chertok Productions. 
26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George 
W. Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; director, 
John H. Morse; based on a radio play by 
Fran Striker; teleplay, Charles Larson; edi- 
tor, Frank Capacchione. Cast: John Hart, 
Jay Silverheels, Ross Ford. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 20Nov52; LP2375. 

TRICK OR TREAT. Walt Disney Productions. 
Released by RKO Radio Pictures, 1952. 
8 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Donald Duck 
cartoon) Technicolor. 

Summary : An animated cartoon. With the 
help of a witch, Donald Duck's nephews out- 
wit their uncle on Halloween. 

Credits : Director, Jack Hannah; story, 
Ralph Wright; animation. Bill Justice, Don 
Lusk, George Kreisl, Volus Jones; music, 
Paul Smith. 

© Walt Disney Productions; 4Aug52; 
LP2554. 

TRICK-SHOT ARTISTS. Columbia Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
(World of sports) 

Summary : Howard Hill, Marine Colonel 
Walter Walsh, and John Montague demon- 
strate trick shooting with bow and arrow. 



pistols, and golf clubs. 

Credits : Producer and director, Harry 
Foster; commentator. Bill Stern; music. 
Jack Shaindlin. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 26Feb53; 
MP3550. 

TRICKY DICKS. Columbia Pictures Corp., 
1953. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A slapstick comedy about the 
Three Stooges who apprehend a murderer 
while working on the police force. 

Credits: Producer and director, Jules 
White; story and screenplay, Felix Adler; 
film editor, Edwin Bryant. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 21Apr53; 
LP2501. 

TROPIC ZONE. Paramount Pictures Corp., 
1953. 94 min., sd,, color, 35mm. Based 
on a novel by Tom Gill. 

Summary : A young and beautiful owner of 
a banana plantation in Central America and 
her foreman, a political refugee from a 
neighboring country, outwit a rival monopo- 
listic grower, and save the plantations of the 
independent growers. 

Credits : Producers, William H. Pine, Wil- 
liam C. Thomas; director and author of 
screenplay, Lewis R. Foster; music, Lucien 
Cailliet; editor, Howard Smith. Cast : Ronald 
Reagan, Rhonda Fleming, Estelita, Noah 
Berry, Grant Withers. Technicolor. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; lJan53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2234. 

TROUBLE ALONG THE WAY. Warner Bros. 
Pictures, 1953. 110 min., sd., b&w. 35mm. 

Summary : A comedy-drama. The rector 
of a Catholic college attempts to save his 
bankrupt school by employing a coach who is 
forced to resort to chicanery in order to 
produce a winning football team. Filmed in 
part at Pomona College. 

Credits : Producer, Melville Shavelson; 
director, Michael Curtiz; story, Douglas 
Morrow, Robert Hardy Andrews; screen- 
play, Melville Shavelson, Jack Rose; music. 
Max Steiner; film editor, Owen Marks. 
Cast: John Wayne, Donna Reed, Charles 
Coburn, Tom TuUy, Sherry Jackson. 

© Warner Bros. Pictures, inc.; 15Apr53; 
LP2508. 

TROUBLE IN TOWN. Lone Ranger, inc., 
1953. Made by Jack Chertok Productions. 
3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George 
W. Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer, Jack Chertok; director, 
Paul Landres; original teleplay, Curtis 
Kenyon; editor, Frank Capacchione. Cast: 
John Hart, Jay Silverheels, Dayton Lummis. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 2Apr53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2637. 

IL TROVATORE (ARIAS) SEE Great moments 
from II trovatore. MP3281. 

TRUCK AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS: 
COMPETITIVE COMPARISONS (Filmstrip) 
GMC Truck Division [1953] Made by Jam 
Handy Organization. 74 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
Summary : A training film for salesmen. 
© GMC Truck Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 18May53; JU7515. 

TRUCKING STORY. LP2672. SEE I'm the 
law, no. 17. 

TRUE BOO. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1952. 
7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Casper cartoon) 

Summary : Casper, the friendly ghost, dons 
a Santa Claus suit and makes Christmas 
merry for an unhappy little boy. 

Credits : Director, 1. Sparber; story, Larz 
Bourne; animation, Steve Muffatti, Bill Hud- 
son; music, Winston Sharpies. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 240ct52; 
LP2196. 



TRUE-LIFE ADVENTURE SERIES. MoUon 
pictures in this series, © Walt Disney 
Productions, are entered separately under 
their respective titles. 

TUMBLEROCK LAW. Lone Ranger, inc.. 
1953. Made by Jack Chertok Productions. 
3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by 
George Trendle. 

Summary : A television western featuring 
the Lone Ranger. 

Credits : Producer. Jack Chertok; direc- 
tor, Paul Landres; based on a radio play by 
Fran Striker; teleplay. David P. Sheppard; 
editor. Ernest Leadlay. Cast : John Hart, 
Jay Silverheels. Steve Brodie. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© The Lone Ranger, inc.; 26Feb53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2562. 

TWILIGHT WOMEN. Romulus Films, Lon- 
don. Released in the U. S. by Lippert Pic- 
tures. 1953. 89 min.. sd., b&w, 35mm. 
Based on a play by Sylvia Rayman. 

Summary : A melodrama about the sweet- 
heart of a condemned murderer who seeks 
refuge in a home for unwed mothers which 
is operated by baby-farm racketeers. 

Credits : Producer, Daniel M. Angel; 
director. Crordon Parry; screenplay. Anatole 
De Grunewald; music, Alan Gray; film edi- 
tor, Ralph Kemplen. Cast : Freda Jackson, 
Rene Ray, Lois Maxwell. Joan Dowling, 
Dora Bryan. 

© Daniel Angel Films, ltd.; 30Jun53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2693. 

TWO FACED. LP2635. SEE Mr. and Mrs. 
North. No. 36. 

TWO FISTED JUSTICE. Range Rider Produc- 
tions. 1953. 3 reels, sd.. b&w. 16mm. 

Summary : A Range Rider western for 
television. 

Credits : Producer. Hugh McCollum; direc- 
tor, Frank McDonald; screenplay, Ewing M. 
Brown; music score, Walter Greene; music 
supervisor. Irving Friedman; film editor, 
Harvey Manger. Cast : Jack Mahoney. Dick 
Jones, Kathleen Case. 

© Range Rider Productions; 12Jun53; 
LP2642. 

TWO WEEKS VACATION. Walt Disney Pro- 
ductions. Released by RKO Radio Pictures. 
1952. 6 min.. sd.. color. 35mm. (Goofy 
cartoon) Technicolor. 

Summary : An animated cartoon. Goofy's 
vacation plans go awry. 

Credits: Director, Jack Kinney; story. 
Al Bertino; animation. George Nicholas. 
Hugh Eraser, Ed Aardal. John Sibley; music. 
Oliver Wallace. 

© Walt Disney Productions; 7May52; 
LP2548. 

A TYPICAL LESSON. SEE Teaching Gregg 
shorthand simplified: A typical lesson. 
MP3216. 

TYPICAL LESSON IN GREGG SHORTHAND 
SIMPLIFIED. SEE Teaching Gregg short- 
hand simplified: A typical lesson. MP3221. 



U 

U. S. OLYMPIC CHAMPIONS. Twentieth 
Century-Fox Film Corp.. 1952. 8 min.. sd.. 
b&w. 35mm. (Mel Allen's sport show) 

Summary : Presents American athletes 
who won honors in the 1952 Olympic games. 
Includes scenes of Lindy Remigino winning 
the 100-metre dash, the rowing crew of the 
U. S. Naval Academy defeating Olympic com- 
petitors. Andrea Meade Lawrence skiing in 
the downhill slalom, and Dick Button exhibi- 
ting his skill in figure skating. 

Credits: Producer. Edmund Reek; narra- 
tor, Mel Allen; music director. Jack Shaind- 
lin; film editor, Louis Ashley. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
26Sep52; MP3418. 



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UGLY DUCKLING. Encyclopaedia Britannica 
Films, 1953. 10 min., sd., color, 16mm. 

Summary : An adaptation of Hans Christian 
Andersen's fairy tale about the Ugly Duckling 
who became a beautiful swan. 

Credits : Collaborator, Grace Storm. 
Kodachrome. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
22Jan53 (in notice: 1952); MP3346. 

UNDER THE LITTLE BIG TOP. Vitaphone 
Corp., 1953. 20 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
Technicolor. A Warner Bros, short subject. 

Summary : The students of the high school 
in Sarasota, Fla., present their Sailor Cir- 
cus. Includes acts by aerialists, dancing 
horses, cyclists, clowns, and magic con- 
tortionists. 

Credits : Director, Andre De La Varre; 
written by Charles Tedford; narrator. Art 
Gilmore; music, Howard Jackson; film edi- 
tor. Rex Steele. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 2May53; MP3476. 

UNDERSTANDING C<X>KING TERMS. SEE 
Cooking series, no. 1. JP1960. 

UNDERSTANDING OUR EARTH: SOIL. 
Coronet Instructional Films, 1953. 11 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Indicates the elements which are 
found in topsoil, subsoil, loose rock, and bed 
rock and explains how soil is formed. Dis- 
cusses methods of soil conservation and 
describes the different types of soil through- 
out the United States. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, Glenn 
O. Blough. 

© John Smart; 26May53; MP3592. 

UNDERSTANDING THE DOLLAR. Coronet, 
1953. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16nnim. 

Summary : A dramatization which explains 
the essential purposes of money as a medium 
of exchange, analyzes factors which affect 
the value of the dollar, and shows the effects 
of rising prices on people with various types 
of income. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, Elvin 
S. Eyster. 

© John Smart; 23Feb53; MP3326. 

UNDERSTANDING VITAMINS. Encyclopaedia 
Britannica Films, 1952. 14 min., sd., color, 
16mm. 

Summary : Describes the scientific re- 
search which has been conducted in deter- 
mining the role of vitamins; explains what 
vitamins are, how they work, and why they 
are necessary for good health; describes the 
natural sources of vitamins; and explains 
how vitamin deficiencies in the diet can be 
supplemented by the use of synthetic vita- 
mins. 

Credits : Associate producer, Milan Her- 
zog; collaboi ator, John B. Youmans. Koda- 
chrome. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
230ct52; MP3342. 

THE UNITED NATIONS. SEE Government in 
action. JP1968. 

UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL NEWSREEL. 
Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel each, sd., 
b&w, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., inc. 

Volume 25. 

412. Nov. 12. 1952. Trygve Lie resigns 
United Nations post. Korean battlefront 
sees action flare. Eisenhower picks 
interim administration aides. Parliament 
opens. Football [Georgia Tech defeats 
Army; Notre Dame topples Oklahoma]. 

© 12Nov52; MP3141. 

413. Nov. 14, 1952. United Nations: Eden 
backs U. S. on Korean prisoners. Drama 
at sea [as abandoned freighter Faustus 
sinks in Rotterdam harbor). Nobel awards 
[to Dr. Felix Bloch and Francois Mauriac). 
Spanish [Civil War) veterans meet. Japs 
get U. S. warships. Football [UCLA 
tramples Oregon StateJ. 

© 14Nov52; MP3142. 



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414. Nov. 19, 1952. Atomic head tells of 
H-bomb tests. Indochina: French forces 
drive to cut off Red units. Eisenhower 
relaxes with family. Israel: Weizmann 
funeral. Motion picture pioneer awards 
[pre.- ted by Look magazine). Football 
[Michigan State defeats Notre Dame; 
Princeton defeats Yale). 

© 19Nov52; MP3143. 

415. Nov. 21, 1952. Eisenhower at Capital. 
[Madame Jacqueline Auriol receives Har- 
mon International Trophy. Truman re- 
ceives Thanksgiving turkey.) New Chile 
President. Operation Fido: [Gasoline 
burned to lift fog from airport runways). 
Japan's Crown Prince. Birthday for Prince 
[Charles of England). It's ski time [on 
slopes of Mount Hood, Or.) 

© 21Nov52; MP3144. 

416. Nov. 26, 1952. Marines land [off the 
coast of Turkey] in NATO maneuvers. 
Eisenhower at UN. Variety Clubs [dele- 
gates meet in Pittsburgh). Underwater 
camera. Football [USC wins over UCLA; 
Ohio State defeats Michigan; Kansas bows 
to Missouri). 

© 26Nov52; MP3145. 

417. Nov. 28, 1952. Korea: Paratroops 
active on battlefront. Movie pioneers: 

N. J. Blumberg chosen leader of the year. 
England: Amphibious jeep shown. Seattle: 
Santa Claus parade. France: Alpine 
observatory studies cosmic rays. 
© 28Nov52; MP3146. 

418. Dec. 3, 1952. Korea awaits Eisen- 
hower. Air tragedy [in Washington State). 
Mamie at the White House. Seattle: Bare 
debut. Defense chiefs [Charles Wilson and 
Robert Lovett) meet. Operation Rawin 

[a mobile device giving quicker and more 
accurate reports of wind direction and 
velocity). Middies sink Cadets [in football 
classic). 
© 3Dec52; MP3147. 

419. Dec. 5, 1952. French faction wins 
Saar plebiscite. Reuther named CIO leader. 
Mexican President inaugurated. Indochina: 
French battle Reds. England: Elizabethan 
coinage. "Thunder -Streak" [jet fighter- 
bomber) debut. Germany: Hang-dog look. 
Santa goes modern [arriving in Heidelberg 
by helicopter]. Vessels wins grid trophy. 

© 5Dec52; MP3148. 

420. Dec. 10, 1952. Eisenhower in Korea! 
Football [Variety Boys Club of Houston 
overthrows Boys' Town team; S. C. high 
school all-stars defeat N. C. high school 
stars in Shrine Bowl charity benefit; North 
Catholic wins 15th annual high school 
championship by defeating Abraham Lin- 
coln High in Philadelphia). 

© 10Dec52; MP3149. 

421. Dec. 12, 1952. French strike back in 
Indochina war. Eisenhower en route home. 
Freighter [SS Yorkmar) aground (near 
Seattle]. Peron opens Congress. Opera- 
tion Morale. Needlework contest. Malta: 
Commando cliff-hangers. Britain explodes 
A-bomb. 

© 12Dec52; MP3150. 

422. Dec. 17, 1952. Eisenhower hopeful on 
outlook in Korea. Violence flares in North 
Africa. Washington: America's heritage 
enshrined. Korea: Black market. Spain: 
Finger-tip fantasies. 

© 17Dec52; MP3151. 

423. Dec. 19, 1952. Eisenhower and Mac- 
Arthur confer on Korean solution. NATO 
planning session opens. Body armor 
shown. Truman makes air awards. Vene- 
zuela: Pageant of progress. Italy: Art 
works shown. Clothes for Korea [receive 
Cardinal Spellman's blessing). Season's 
greetings in many tongues. 

© 19Dec52; MP3152. 

424. Dec. 24, 1952. Washington State: 
Worst disaster in air history. POW's 
riot on [Pongam) Island. Italy floods. 
Hollywood: Stars leave for overseas [to 
cheer Gl's). Lions-Rams football. Man- 
hattan-Furman basketball. 

© 24Dec52; MP3153. 

425. Dec. 26, 1952. 1952 in review: Elec- 
tion year of decision. The labor front. 
Britain mourns [death of King George). 



Strife-torn Middle East. Disasters. Sea 
saga [of the American freighter Flying 
Enterprise]. Riotous year. Weapon of 
doom [the H-bomb). 
© 26Dec52; MP3154. 

426. Dec. 31, 1952. 15 perish on pilgrim 
ship. Floods and snow strike Europe. 
Eisenhower's Xmas. Quad vets home 
[from Korea). Cardinal Spellman in Korea. 
Detroit Lions win pro gridiron title. 

© 31Dec52; MP3155. 

427. Jan. 2, 1953. 1952, big year in sports: 
Horse racing [Kentucky Derby and Eng- 
land's Grand National]; Boxing [Marciano 
takes heavyweight title); Baseball [Yankees' 
fourth straight world championship); 
Football [Michigan State undefeated); 
Basketball [LaSalle Explorers]; auto racing 
[at Indianapolis); Boat racing [Slo-Mo-Shun 
IV wins Gold Cup; John Cobb's boat ex- 
plodes); The Olympics. 

© 2Jan53; MP3176. 

428. Jan. 6, 1953. Churchill in U. S. to con- 
fer with Eisenhower. 83d Congress faces 
balancing of budget. Miami Beach: Dizzy 
divers. Bowl games: Rose Bowl; Orange 
Bowl; Cotton Bowl; Sugar Bowl. 

© 6Jan53; MP3175. 

429. Jan. 8, 1953. The war in Indochina. 
Holland and Italy: Europe union boosted. 
Japs bolster defenses. Polio poster kids. 
Nature strikes France. Future fistic stars 
[in Golden Gloves preliminaries]. 

© 8Jan53; MP3189. 

430. Jan. 12, 1953. Cabinets [of President 
Truman and President-elect Eisenhower). 
Korea: Rockets rock Reds. Utah: Guided 
missile. [President Eisenhower at dinner 
to launch Heart Fund drive.) 

© 12Jan53; MP3190. 

431. Jan. 16, 1953. Truman valedictory. 
[Archbishop Mclntyre] new cardinal. 
(Mrs. Mamie Eisenhower models her 
inaugural gown]. Washington, D. C: train 
crashes into station. Venezuela: Consti- 
tutional Assembly elects Marcos Perez 
Jimenez as provisional president. Water 
sports [in Florida). 

© 16Jan53; MP3354. 

432. Jan. 20, 1953. In memoriam [21 former 
Nazi SS men go on trial for the destruction 
of the French village, Oradour. Seventeen 
new cardinals go through investiture rites 
in Rome). Washington, D. C. [23 injured 

in a tire and battery shop fire and explo- 
sion. Veteransof Korean War are honored in 
ceremonies at Saint Germain. Cars of to- 
morrow displayed in New York show). Ski- 
ing (in Norway; water skiing in Australia). 
© 20Jan53; MP3355. 

433. Jan. 23, 1953. Eisenhower inaugurated. 
© 23Jan53; MP3356. 

434. Jan. 27, 1953. White House busy place 
(administration high command gathers for 
conference with Eisenhower; Senator Lodge 
sworn in as chief delegate to UN; General 
Taylor confers with President]. Dulles 
outlines U. S. policy. ( Lt. James Low, Ko- 
rean jet act, gets welcome home). New 
York City [welcomes Andrea Doria, 
Italian luxury liner, on her maiden voyage). 
Austria [Rayo has himself enclosed in a 
bottle with two snakes). Canada [Trout 
fishing). France [War Cloud wrestles in 
Indian dress). 

© 27Jan53; MP3357. 

Volume 26. 

435. Jan. 30, 1953. Ship disaster[s: Em- 
press of Canada burns and capsizes in 
Liverpool harbor; Dutch ship Klipfontein 
strikes submerged rock in the Mozambique 
channel]. The administration [Nixon and 
Dulles). Fight against polio. Gl warm up 
[in Korea with new plastic clothing]. Fish 
estimated to have originated 300,000,000 
years ago discovered in Africa. Winter 
sports (at Garmisrh, Ger.) 

© 30Jan53; MP3358. 

436. Feb. 3, 1952. State of Union [message). 
Formosa alert. Red refugees [stream into 
West Berlin). Dulles surveys. A tercen- 
tenary [for New York City). History re- 
vealed [through the ruins of Pompeii]. 
Santa Anita Maturity. Communion breakfast 



58 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Jan.-June 



UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL NEWSREEL 
Volume 26. Cont'd, 
[in New York for members of the motion 
picture industry). St. Paul [King Boreas is 
crownedl. 
© 3Feb53; MP3359. 

437. Feb. 6, 1953. European floods. 
Bobsledder dies in world title meet [in 
Germany]. Brotherhood Week. 

© 6Feb53; MP3367. 

438. Feb. 10, 1953. Flood toll [in Holland). 
Madagascar cyclone. Dulles optimistic in 
NATO report. Truman dinner [in Indepen- 
dence). Mardi Gras. Pee-wee hockey 

[in Tacoma). Rodeo [in Palm Springs). 
© 10Feb53; MP3368. 

439. Feb. 13, 1953. Dulles report. [Gen- 
eral Maxwell Taylor is) new commander 
[in Korea). Photoplay awards. [Boy) 
Scouts visit President. [London socialites 
show off hats. Famechon, Europe's 
featherweight champion defeated by Amer- 
ica's Bassett. Westminster Kennel Club's 
77th show.) 

© 13Feb53; MP3369. 

440. Feb. 17, 1953. Stevenson bids party 
give GOP fair test. Christine [Jorgensen] 
comes home. Greek vets home from 
Korea. Girl Scouts honor First Lady. 
Chinese New Year [in San Francisco], 
Mardi Gras. Track meet [in New York]. 

© 17Feb53; MP3370. 

441. Feb. 20, 1953. [Eisenhower holds 
first press conference.) Disastrous blaze 
[in Baltimore). 46 die in air crash [in 
Alabama). Mardi Gras. Togs for tots. 
Turpin [defeats] Miller. (Australian] 
pistol expert. 

© 20Feb53; MP3371. 

442. Feb. 24, 1953. Atoms for peace. 
Air strikes in Korea. (Handbag fashions.) 
Ski championships [in Colorado). [Look 
magazine movie award.) 

© 24Feb53; MP3372. 

443. Feb. 27, 1953. United Nations: Lodge 
says Russia can stop Korea war. Cheap 
beef cools consumer woes. Peron visits 
Chile. Austrian elections. Motor Sports 
Show (in New York). 75mm. skysweeper 
gun shown. Tokyo Giants in U. S. Bowling 
congress [in Chicago). 

© 27Feb53; MP3373. 

444. Mar. 3, 1953. French train guerilla 
raiders in Indochina. Red Cross plea made 
by President. Aid to France. [Bobby 
Jones presented with his portrait by 
Eisenhower.) [1952 Look magazine movie 
award.) Whitfield runs off with K. of C. 
honors. Ping pong pranks. 

. © 3Mar53; MP3374. 

445. Mar. 6, 1953. Stalin is dead. Washing- 
ton, D. C: Van Fleet arrives. New York: 
Eden arrives. California: Stevenson sails. 
Clare Luce sworn in [as Ambassador to 
Italy). Allied officers give blood. Spring 
training [Phillies; White Sox; Yankees). 
Trout season starts. 

© 6Mar53; MP3382. 

446. Mar. 10, 1953. Action in Korea. 
Saucer submarime. Christine [Jorgensen] 
gets award. Spring training (for the In- 
dians, Giants, and Dodgers). Mighty mid- 
get maulers. 

© 10Mar53; MP3383. 

447. Mar. 13, 1953. MIG downs U. S. plane 
in Europe. Sabres down MIG's in Korea 
combat. Ice breaking [in St. Lawrence 
River). First model bird. Easter style 
preview. 400 foot ski jump [in Austria] 
sets new world mark. 

© 13Mar53; MP3501. 

448. Mar. 17, 1953. Refugees from Reds 
[cross into West Berlin). Medal of Honor 
[awarded by Eisenhower). White House 
lawn party. Atomic tests shown. Seton 
Hall wins [National Invitation Tournament). 
Motorcycle marathon [in Florida). 

© 17Mar53; MP3502. 

449. Mar. 20, 1953. Strategic (atomic] 
bomb. [Army tests] polar [equipment). 
Tito in England. Carrier blast. Spring 
bonnets. [Indiana wrests NCAA crown 
from Kansas.) Judge Leibowitz honored. 
[August Busch, new owner of Saint Louis 
Cardinals.) 

© 20Mar53; MP3503. 



450. Mar. 24, 1953. Aftermath of atomic 
blast. Plane crash [in California) kills 
35. Stevenson in Korea. Truman sails 
[for Hawaii). German prisoner of war 
found in Chicago. [Marines'] mighty mite. 
French spring fashions. Rockets give 
Sabre new knockout punch. 

© 24Mar53; MP3504. 

451. Mar. 27, 1953. Queen Mary dies. 
Atoms in science. Carpentry craze [of 
California girls). Mechanical burro. 
Paris styles & la New York. Junior anglers 
derby. 

© 27Mar53; MP3505. 

452. Mar. 31, 1953. Operation Hideout; 
crew sealed 60 days in undersea craft. 
Munitions blast rips [Lewis, Ind.) Father 
and son mark 75, 50 years (of marriage]. 
Spring styles. Grand National. 

© 31Mar53; MP3506. 

453. Apr. 3, 1953. Korean battles. Super 
air speedster. [Atlantic City) hotel blaze. 
Van Fleet retires. Gompers Memorial 
dedicated at Phoenix. The President. 
Signs of spring. 

© 3Apr53; MP3507. 

454. Apr. 7, 1953. UN hammers Reds 
despite truce hope. (Duke of Windsor, 
Chancellor Adenauer arrive in New York.) 
Ambassadors [Bohlen and Luce] see Pres- 
ident. Shoes for Korea. White House egg- 
rolling. (Latest earring fad.] Vets get 
welcome (in New York). 

© 7Apr53; MP3508. 

455. Apr. 10, 1953. Haven for prisoners 
of war. UN cares for world's children. 
Navy squadron returns. Japanese exiles 
[return] home. [Seagull lives with arrow in 
bocy.) Colorful coiffures compete [in 
Paris). Motorcycle drill team. Braves at 
Milwaukee. 

© 10Apr53; MP3509. 

456. Apr. 14, 1953. PW exchange signed. 
Newsmen return from USSR. Destroyers 
home from Korea tour. Navy tests [big 
guns). Luxemburg Prince and Belgium 
Princess wed. Junior boxing. Jet ace 
honored. 

© 14Apr53; MP3510. 

457. Apr. 17, 1953. President aims speech 
at new Moscow regime. New Dutch floods. 
Plane crash [in Cascade Mountains). 
Trygve Lie honored. Stanford blood drive. 
Monkey Park (in Florida). Raceway season 
opens. European motorbike cup. White 
water boating [in Oregon). 

© 17Apr53; MP3511. 

458. Apr. 21, 1953. [Prisoners) exchanged 
(in Korea). Twisters rip South. Israel 
marks fifth anniversary. Britain honors 
U. S. airman. New shell [casings from] 
old. Princesses and horses [in Holland). 
Twin-bodied speedster. 

© 21Apr53; MP3512. 

459. Apr. 24, 1953. Prisoners exchanged. 
Subway of tomorrow. Veterans cruise in 
luxury [on Williamsburg]. Motorcycle 
hill climb [in Seattle). 

© 24Apr53; MP3513. 

460. Apr. 28, 1953. Exchanged Yanks on 
first lap to States. Fighter-bombers rip 
Communist supply lines. Ambassador 
Luce arrives in Italy. Good neighbor 
dinner [in New York). Solar furnace tested. 
Pipe smoking tourney [in New York). 
Native Dancer wins Jamaica turf classic. 
Fiesta of San Jacinto. 

© 28Apr53; MP3514. 

461. May 1, 1953. Korea truce hopes rise. 
Turkish submarine tragedy. Uranium in 
ghost town. Blind (children] visit zoo [in 
New York]. Spaghetti contest. Bahai 
temple [in Illinois). Joyful families greet 
prisoners of war. 

© lMay53; MP3515. 

462. May 5, 1953. Korean prisoners re- 
view Loyalty (Day parade). Five perish 
as homes collapse [in England). Women 
at the White House. Royal birthdays in 
Holland [and] Japan. Spring togs for junior 
smart set. Dark Star noses out [Native] 
Dancer [in Kentucky Derby). [Photog- 
raphers] select queen. Apple Blossom 
Festival [in Virginia). 

© 5May53; MP3516. 



463. May 8, 1953. Canada Prime Minister 
arrives in Washington. Air and ground 
action in Korea. France: Rubber blaze. 
Plastics tested. Champagne fashions. Two 
kings crowned in Middle East (Iraq and 
Jordan]. Retrace route of Magnolia pio- 
neers. Pennsylvania: Variety Club camp 
breaks new ground. 

© 8May53; MP3641. 

464. May 12, 1953. Sea is cheated in North 
Sea rescue. Old aircraft in fire test. 
Canada: Doukhobor sect riots, puts 16 
homes to torch. Woman stock racer. 
72-year[-old) lady mechanic. France: 
Bathing suit fashions. Triple trouble [in 
triplet convention). 

© 12May53; MP3642. 

465. May 15, 1953. 118 die as tornados 
level Texas cities. Missionaries home 
from Red prison. France: Beetle plague. 
New Navy helicopter. France: Coal dust 
explosion. Snow plows on job [in spring). 
Shoe fashions. Celebrities' golf aids [Cere- 
bral) Palsy Fund. 

© 15May53; MP3643. 

466. May 19, 1953. Oatis back home. Presi- 
dent honored [by the College of William and 
Mary). Armed Forces Day (observed in 
New York and Washington). Queen of mike 
and screen. Guide dogs [complete month's 
training with their blind masters). Los 
Angeles: Relay highlights. Jumping frogs. 

© 19May53; MP3644. 

467. May 22, 1953. Indochina: Jungle war. 
Dulles in Egypt. Ambassador Taft. Korean 
kiddie clothes [donated by American Red 
Cross Women volunteers). St. Louis: Zoo 
antics. The wide screen (at premiere of 
Thunder Bay). It's sailing time [on Lake 
Washington). 

© 22May53; MP3645. 

468. May 26, 1953. (Canadian) border 
tornado. Jet bomber record. Aces (Mc- 
Connell and Fernandez) return. Miss Union 
Label. (Native] Dancer wins [Preakness]. 
Canine bluebloods (at the Morris and Essex 
show). 

© 26May53; MP3646. 

469. May 29, 1953. Korea: Helicopter 
lift. Holland: Fate takes a hand (as two 
spectators are killed in an airliner crash]. 
Spain: Presidential welcome [for President 
Lopes of Portugal). New life for [legless 
Korean orphan] boy. Washington: President 
and [disabled] vets. Japan: Airmen learn 
judo. Educated lawn mower. [RoUigon] 
treads lightly. Candy queen. Meridian, 
Miss. [Jimmy] Rodgers memorial. 

© 29May53; MP3647. 

470. June 2, 1953. Dulles report (after a 
tour of the Middle and Far East). Korea. 
Reds halted. [Bohlen] new Moscow envoy. 
Machine age. Ethiopian vet [of Korean 
fighting). New Jersey: Flaming dive. 
Indianapolis: Auto classic. New York: 
Memorial field. 

© 2Jun53; MP3648. 

471. June 5, 1953. Coronation of Elizabeth 
II; whole world represented; historic cere- 
mony; a radiant queen. 

© 5Jun53; MP3649. 

472. June 9, 1953. Italian elections. Dela- 
ware River: Oil tankers collide. Siamese 
twin faces camera. Eisenhower meets 
sports stars. Queen (Elizabeth] presents 
medals. Penny princess. Tennis queens 
("Little Mo" Connolly and Julia Sampson) 
in Paris. England: First jockey-knight 
wins Coronation Derby. 

© 9Jun53; MP3650. 

473. June 12, 1953. Tornadoes rip Midwest 
and East. President warns we can't go it 
alone. Greece: Floral parade. Florida: 
Summer circus (with college students as 
performers). Mad Hatter's hats. Redskin 
regatta (on Puget Sound). 

© 12Jun53; MP3651. 

474. June 16, 1953. "Peace" move seen as 
Reds end Austria travel curb. President 
dedicates Teddy Roosevelt home. England: 
Trooping the colour. Diaper special [to 
Tokyo). Israeli fashion show. Native 
Dancer wins epic Belmont Stakes. Oregon: 
Roses on parade. 

© 16Jun53; MP3652. 



1953 



MOTION PICTURES AND FILMSTRIPS 



59 



UP IN DAISY'S PENTHOUSE. Columbia Pic- 
tures Corp., 1953. 17 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A comedy. The Three Stooges 
encounter family trouble when their father 
decides to get a divorce and marry a schem- 
ing chorus girl who is a gangster's sweet- 
heart. 

Credits : Producer and director, Jules 
White; story, Clyde Bruckman; screenplay. 
Jack White; film editor, Edwin Bryant. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 19Mar53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2425. 

UPSWEPT HARE. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 
1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Merrie 
melodies cartoon. Bugs Bunny special) 

Summary: An animated cartoon. While 
burrowing in the desert. Bugs Bunny is ac- 
cidentally transplanted with a rare plant to 
a penthouse garden. 

Credits : Director, Robert McKimson; 
story, Tedd Pierce; animation, Charles Mc- 
Kimson, Herman Cohen, Rod Scribner, Phil 
DeLara; music director, Carl Stalling. 
Technicolor. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 30Mar53 (in notice: 
1952); MP3384. 

THE USE OF ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION IN 
FIRST AID (Filmstrip) Centron Corp. Re- 
leased by Young America Films, 1952. 
40 fr., b&w, 35mm. (First aid series) 

Summary : Demonstrates the method of 
applying artificial respiration, and explains 
when such treatment should be given. Em- 
phasizes the need for precautionary meas- 
ures when rescuing victims of drowning, 
electric shock, or gas asphyxiation. 

© Young America Films, inc.; 15Dec52; 
JP1775. 

USING AIR PRESSURE (Filmstrip) Visual 
Sciences, 1953. 26 fr., color, 35mm. East- 
man color. Fourth in a series of five film- 
strips. 

Summary : Captioned cartoons are used in 
demonstrating the power of air pressure and 
its uses in such common household devices 
as the suction cup, medicine dropper, vacuum 
cleaner, and coffee pot. 

© Gerrit C. Zwart, d.b. Visual Sciences; 
2Apr53; A88265. 

USING SENTENCES WITH MORE THAN ONE 
IDEA. SEE Writing the paragraph. MP3134. 

USING THE VERIFAX PRINTER, TYPE 1. 
Eastman Kodak Co. (1953) 7 min., sd., color, 
16mm. 

Summary : Shows the various types of 
materials that can be copied with the Verifax 
Printer, Type 1, and the special products 
used with the machine; demonstrates how 
multiple copies can be made on the printer. 
Kodachrome. 

© Eastman Kodak Co.; 20Mar53; MU5538. 



VALUE IS MORE THAN SKIN DEEP (PLYM- 
OUTH VS. CHEVROLET COMPARISON 
FILM) (Filmstrip) Plymouth Motor Corpo- 
ration, 1953. Made by Ross Roy, inc. 90 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. 
© Chrysler Corp.; 30Apr53; JP2072. 

THE VANISHER. Adrian Weiss Productions, 
1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on 
the Craig Kennedy stories by Arthur B. 
Reeve. 

Summary : A television mystery about 
Craig Kennedy, criminologist. 

Credits : Producer and director, Adrian 
Weiss; story, Ande Lamb; film editor, 
Michael Luciano. Cast : Donald Woods, 
Sydney Mason, Lewis Wilson. 

© Adrian Weiss Productions; 26Dec52; 
LP2221. 

THE VANISHING HERD. William Boyd Pro- 
ductions, 1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Based on characters created by Clarence E. 
Mulford. 



Summary : A television western featuring 
Hopalong Cassidy. 

Credits : Production supervisor, Glenn 
Cook; director, Derwin Abbe; screenplay, 
Harrison Jacobs; music, Raoul Kraushaar; 
film editor, Jodie Copelan. Cast : William 
Boyd, Edgar Buchanan; Betty Ball. 

© William Boyd Productions, inc.; 12Dec52; 
LP2389. 

THE VANQUISHED. Paramount Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 84 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
Technicolor. Based on a novel by Karl 
Brown. 

Summary : A melodrama. An ex-Confed- 
erate major who is working with government 
forces incurs the enmity of his friends while 
pretending to aid a corrupt civil adminis- 
trator. Setting: a small southern town in the 
post-Civil War period. 

Credits : Producers, William H. Pine. 
William C. Thomas; director, Edward Lud- 
wig; written for the screen by Winston Miller, 
Frank L. Moss, Lewis R. Foster; music, 
Lucien Cailliet; editor, Frank Bracht. Cast : 
John Payne, Jan Sterling, Coleen Gray, 
Lyle Bettger, Willard Parker. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; Ijun53; 
LP2651. 

VARIETY VIEW. Motion pictures in this 
series, © Universal Pictures Co., inc., are 
entered separately under their respective 
titles. 

VIENNA BLOOD. SEE Roses from the south 
[and] Vienna blood. MP3287. 

VIENNA TODAY. March of Time, 1952. 
29 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Explains that the proverbial 
gaiety of the people of Vienna is surviving 
in spite of the cold war and the presence of 
foreign troops. Describes the four power 
control system, the U. S. Army Recreation 
Center in the Renaissance chateaux, and the 
Schieber, today's equivalent of the wartime 
black marketeer. 
© Time, inc.; 19Nov52; MP3349. 

VINETHENE IN DENTAL ANESTHESIA. 
Merck, 1953. Produced by Audio Produc- 
tions. 39 min., sd., color, 16mm. 

Summary : Explains the action of Vinethene 
as an inhalation anesthetic designed for short 
operations. Demonstrates techniques of ad- 
ministering by open-drop and semi-closed 
inhalation methods; compares the pharma- 
cologic action of Vinethene and ethyl chloride 
in animal experiments; includes live -sound 
photographic recordings of the use of 
Vinethene during simple dental extractions. 
For dentists. 

Credits : Supervisor, E. A. Rovenstine. 
Kodachrome. 

© Merck & Co., inc.; 23Mar53 (in notice: 
1952); MP3430. 

VIOLATIONS. JP2118. SEE Rules of girls' 
basketball, 1952-1953, no. 5. 

A VISIT TO JAPAN (Filmstrip) Popular 
Science Pub. Co., 1953. 46 fr., color, 35mm. 

Summary: Describes the people and the 
islands of Japan. Includes scenes of home 
life, of factories, of fishing activities, and of 
the cultivation of rice, tea, and silkworms. 
Ansco color. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 20Feb53; 
JP1939. 

VITAPHONE NOVELTIES. Motion pictures 
in this series, © Vitaphone Corp., are en- 
tered separately under their respective 
titles. 

THE VOICE OF SAFETY — KNOW THYSELF 
(Filmstrip) Missouri Pacific Railroad, 1953. 
64 fr., color, 35mm. Ansco color. Pro- 
duced for the Uniform Code Railroads. 

Summary : Explains how judgment, caution, 
experience, efficiency, common sense, and 
knowledge contribute to maintaining safety 
on the railroad. 

Credits : Author, Frank Oliver Garrett. 

© Frank Oliver Garrett; 4Jun53; JP2148. 



THE VOICE OF THE SHADOW (Filmstrip) 
National Biscuit Co., 1953. Produced by 
Wilding Picture Productions. 62 fr., b&w, 
35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen. 

© National Biscuit Co.; 2Feb53; JP1890. 



W 



WALTER LANTZ CARTUNE. Motion pictures 
in this series, © Universal International, are 
entered separately under their respective 
titles. 

WALTZ. MAN'S PART. American Dancing 
Instruction Record and Film Co.. 1950. 
1 reel, si., b&w, 16mm. An instructional 
film. 

Appl. author: Anabelle Krohnengold. 

© American Dancing Instruction Record 
and Film Co. (in notice: American Instruc- 
tion Record & Film Co.); ISepSO; MP3420. 

WALTZ, WOMAN'S PART. American Dancing 
Instruction Record and Film Co., 1950. 
1 reel, si., b&w, 16mm. An instructional 
fUm. 
Appl. author: Anabelle Krohnengold. 
© American Dancing Instruction Record and 
Film Co. (in notice: American Instruction 
Record & Film Co.); lSep50; MP3419. 

WARNER PATHE NEWS. Warner News, inc. 
1 reel each, sd., b&w, 35mm. © Warner 
News, inc. 

Volume 24. 

36. Dec. 16, 1952. British atom bomb. 
Battle of Na San [in Indochina). Photograph 
Britain's fabulous crown jewels. Eisen- 
hower homeward bound on the USS Helena. 
Peron opens Argentine Congress. Hawaiian 
kids hail Christmas ship. Paris kids see 
Christmas wonderland. Pro football: 
Browns top Cardinals. 

© 16Dec52; MP3126. 

37. Dec. 19, 1952. Eisenhower comes 
home [from Korea). Washington: Move 
charters of U. S. liberty to new home. 
Morris ville. Pa.: Fire furnaces of "steel 
plant of tomorrow." Football: Browns lose 
but win AC title; Rams win, tie for NC title. 

© 19Dec52; MP3127. 

38. Dec. 23, 1952. Eisenhower-MacArthur 
meeting. Rescue 39 from ship on rocks 
[near Leghorn, Italy). Hawaii begins new 
bid for statehood. 14-nation NATO Council 
meets in Paris. Washington: Mark start 
of 50th year of flight. Floating church for 
Hamburg skippers. Portugal: Resort 
fashions against exotic backgrounds. 

© 23Dec52; MP3128. 

39. Dec. 26, 1952. 86 killed in history's 
worst air disaster [near airfield at Moses 
Lake, Wash.). Lattimore is arraigned for 
perjury. 82 Reds killed in Pongam Island 
prison riot. Navy unveils new delta wing 

Sea Dart." England: Ready 'copter squad- 
ron for Malaya war. Film stars fly over- 
seas for Gl shows. Truman welcomes 
Acheson home from NATO. Queen Eliza- 
beth sees circus in London. Football: 
Lions beat Rams. 

© 26Dec52; MP3129. 

40. Dec. 30, 1952. 1952, a year to remem- 
ber: Marines face the atom bomb; build- 
ings crushed by atom blasts; Skipper 
Carlsen and the Enterprise; the death of 
England's King George; Britain hails new 
Queen Elizabeth; Batista uprising seizes 
Cuba; peace talks and war in Korea; con- 
vict riots shock nation; Tokyo's bloody 
May Day rampage; Ridgway replaces Eisen- 
hower in NATO; the fantastic affair on 
Koje Island; John Cobb sets record, loses 
life; 2,000-mph rocket rides 38 miles up; 
the Republicans nominate Eisenhower; the 
Democrats nominate Stevenson; Eisenhower 
elected by a landslide; Eisenhower flies 

to Korea battlefront; Eisenhower-Mac- 
Arthur meeting. 
© 30Dec52; MP3183. 



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WARNER PA THE NEWS. 
Volume 24. Cont'd. 

41. Jan. 3, 1953. 15 die in liner [Cham- 
pollion] wreck off Lebanon. Report from 
Korea: The cold front in the hot war; 
Cardinal Spellman in battle zone; Holly- 
wood stars arrive for Gl shows. New 
government crisis rocks France. Christ- 
mas with the Eisenhowers. Harry M. 
Warner named "man of year." Lions beat 
Browns to win pro crown. 

© 3Jan53; MP3184. 

42. Jan. 6, 1953. The bowl games. Blast 
kills 16, injures 232 in Japan. Egypt wel- 
comes the King of Libya, France shows 
her jet fighters. Horses in miniature, 

30 inches high. 
© 6Jan53; MP3185. 

43. Jan. 9, 1953. Congress opens. Church- 
ill in U. S. 120,000 mourn Berlin officer 
slain by Reds. Korea: Hollywood stars 
give a show at the front. Puerto Rico in- 
augurates its governor. Hawaiian kids ride 
a waterfall. Jessie the elephant has a 
birthday. Australia wins Davis Cup; 
Sedgman beats Seixas; McGregor beats 
Trabert; the winners turn pro. 

© 9Jan53; MP3186. 

44. Jan. 13, 1953. Churchill's eventful 
visit: Churchill meets Eisenhower; 
Churchill goes to Brooklyn; Churchill in 
Washington. The fight to conquer Everest. 
Polio poster girls visit President Truman. 
Fashions for evening from Madrid. Gor- 
geous George goes Hawaiian. Gala [West] 
Coast premiere for "Jazz singer." Golden 
Gloves. 

© 13Jan53; MP3187. 

45. Jan. 16, 1953. 1, 500 -mph guided mis- 
siles. News of the Presidency: Last time, 
Truman meets with Cabinet; first time, 
Eisenhower meets with Cabinet; Eisen- 
hower's son home for the inaugural; Eisen- 
hower and brother at Heart Fund dinner. 
Korea: "Capital" ROKs hit Reds in sub- 
zero cold. Prime Minister Churchill in 
Jamaica. New York: Falls galore mark 
barrel jumping match. Pro tennis "big 
four" in N. Y. 

© 16Jan53; MP3188. 

46. Jan. 20, 1953. Runaway train hurtles 
into Washington crowd. President Truman's 
farewell. Mrs. Eisenhower shows inaugural 
gown. New cardinals arrive in Rome. 
Queen Elizabeth goes to a wedding. The 
jazz singer [motion picture] aids March of 
Dimes. Sports; All-star basketball; Silver 
Skates; crazy speed boats. 

© 20Jan53; MP3272. 

47. Jan. 24, 1953. Eisenhower inaugural. 
© 24Jan53; MP3273. 

48. Jan. 27, 1953. New cardinals get red 
hats in ancient rites. Washington, the big 
change-over: The Trumans go home; the 
inaugural ball; Eisenhower's Cabinet is 
sworn in; Hagerty's first newsreel press 
party; Mamie Eisenhower's first White 
House reception; Major John Eisenhower, 
Korea bound, says goodbye; President 
Eisenhower on the job. On the home front 
in Korea: ROK army conscripts new man- 
power; UN feeds hungry in Seoul. 

© 27Jan53; MP3275. 

49. Jan. 30, 1953. Washington news: 
Eisenhower's Cabinet in first White House 
meeting; Armed Service Committee hears 
Wilson; Lodge takes oath as top UN dele- 
gate; Eisenhower meets with Taylor, new 
8th Army chief; Congressional leaders 
confer with President. Churchill leaves 

U. S. for home. New York welcomes Italy's 
new luxury liner. Asia socialist parley 
meets in Rangoon. Miss Flashbulb final- 
ists. Meet Miss Bicycle. Hawaii: Flowers 
and femmes fill ship's pool. Night and day 
ski jumping. 
© 30Jan53; MP3274. 

50. Feb. 2, 1953. Dutch liner goes down off 
African coast. Huge Empress of Canada 
burns at dock. Eisenhower's Cabinet is 
completed. Mrs. Eisenhower opens 
"Mothers' march on polio." Nixon at Adas 
Israel dinner. Skating styles in St. Moritz. 
Notre Dame [and] Army resume grid 
rivalry. Germany: Two-man bobsled 



Jan.-June 



world championships. Spectacular ski 
jumping at Garmisch. 
© 3Feb53; MP3296. 

51. Feb. 6, 1953. Eisenhower's State of 
the Union message. East German Jews 
flee Red terror. Excavate the ruins of 
Pompeii. Secretary of State Dulles in 
Paris. BAA track meet highlights [in 
Boston]. Richest race, Santa Anita Matu- 
rity. Saint Paul winter carnival. 

© 6Feb53; MP3297. 

52. Feb. 10, 1953. Thousands die as floods 
ravage Europe! Death rides the bobsled 
[at Garmisch, Ger.). Spectacular downhill 
skiing [in Megeve, France]. 

© 10Feb53; MP3317. 

53. Feb. 13, 1953. Dulles, Ridgway view 
Holland flood damage. Kenyans meet to 
protest Mau Mau terror. General Taylor 
in Korea to take command. Milk for the 
youngsters of Korea. The bitter Korean 
fighting goes on. Home-coming dinner 
honors the Trumans. Dulles, Stassen re- 
port to Eisenhower on trip. Sherry Jack- 
son named best child actress. Bucking 
broncs and bulls at Palm Springs. 

© 13Feb53; MP3318. 

54. Feb. 17, 1953. Japan's air force gets 
back in sky. Mrs. Eisenhower plays 
hostess to Cabinet wives. Dr. Conant in 
Germany as new U. S. chief. Underwater 
exploration by aqua lung [in Hawaii]. Por- 
tugal, backdrop for fashion. Biggest dog 
show held in New York. [Australian] dog 
that really talks. Bassett knocks out Fame- 
chon in title bout. 

© 17Feb53: MP3321. 

55. Feb. 20, 1953. Ex-GI, now a woman, re- 
turns to U. S. Stevenson speaks at [Jeffer- 
son-Jackson] dinner [in New York]. Na- 
ture's fury strikes again at England. In the 
wake of the [Dutch] flood. First free coal 
shipment under Schuman Plan. Foreign 
Press Association awards "Henriettas." 
AAU track championships. 

© 20Feb53; MP3322. 

56. Feb. 24, 1953. Eisenhower-Stevenson 
meeting. Eisenhower's first press confer- 
ence. General Van Fleet leaves Korea for 
retirement. 18-alarm fire hits Baltimore 
pier. Royal family tours British flood 
ruins. Switzerland: Men's world figure 
skating championships. Cerebral Palsy 
Fund golf tournament. The Golden Gloves. 

© 24Feb53; MP3380. 

57. Feb. 27, 1953. Navy planes blast Reds 
in Korea. Conant visits refugees in West 
Berlin. Alsatians protest Oradour trial. 
Clothes for Korea's war orphans. Panama 
Canal defense team on parade. Swiss ski 
styles. Gala Canadian premiere for [motion 
picture] I confess. 

© 27Feb53; MP3381. 

58. Mar. 3, 1953. Korea question stirs 
opening UN session. Rich uranium strike 
in Canada. Turkey, Greece, and Yugoslavia 
in Balkan pact. General Van Fleet home to 
hero's welcome. Peron in Chile for talks 
on customs union. Virginia Mayo is named 
"Miss Picture Page." Paris: Fashions for 
spring by Christian Dior. Rocky [Marciano], 
Joe [WalcottJ sign for title bout. ABC 
bowling tourney. French ski festival. 

© 3Mar53; MP3385. 

59. Mar. 6, 1953. Vishinsky speaks at UN. 
Augusta, Ga.: Artist Eisenhower presents 

a painting. Viet Nam troops learn comman- 
do tactics. President appeals for Red 
Cross. Miracle rug cleaner. Swim suits 
in the sun. K. of C. track meet. Santa 
Anita Handicap. Flamingo stakes. 
© 6Mar53; MP3386. 

60. Mar. 10, 1953. Stalin dead! Van Fleet 
gives views on Korea. Mrs. Luce sworn in 
as "ambasciatrice." Stevenson on around 
the world tour. Dulles meets Eden and 
Butler. New York City: Seven die in flash 
fire. Harry M. Warner, General Van Fleet 
honored. St. Petersburg, Fla.: Yankees 
drill for fifth title try. 

© 10Mar53; MP3387. 

61. Mar. 13, 1953. Vishinsky eulogizes 
Stalin at UN. Gromyko takes over for 
Vishinsky. Off Bermuda: 10 rescued as 
plane plunges into sea. Christine 



[Jorgensen] named "woman of the year." 
Korea: Mark 34th year of independence; the 
war continues. Berkeley, Calif.: Steeple 
"Jill" has high time. Chicago Golden Gloves 
championships. San Juan Capistrano 
Handicap. Dodgers get ready to repeat. 
© 13Mar53; MP3388. 

62. Mar. 17, 1953. U. S. pilot tells how 
[Czechoslovakian] jets shot him down. 
Senators probe ammunition shortage in 
Korea. Lodge says USSR has lost world 
respect. Jets battle in skies over Korea. 
Mrs. Eisenhower holds first press confer- 
ence. Toy plane flaps wings like bird. 
Italian fashions for spring. 

© 17Mar53; MP3425. 

63. Mar. 20, 1953. Atomic blasts [in Neva- 
da). West Berlin: Flight to a new life. 
Seton Hall tops St. John's for NIT title. 

© 20Mar53; MP3426. 

64. Mar. 24, 1953. Civil defense: A-bomb 
blasts doom town [in Nevada]. Warm wel- 
come for Tito in Britain. Off Korea: 

A cameraman's last picture. U. S. Sabre 
jets now patrol German skies. Resort 
sweaters on Majorca. 
© 24Mar53; MP3453. 

65. Mar. 27, 1953. Aftermath of the A-bomb 
[test in Nevada]. Britain busy preparing 
for coronation. West Germany acts on 
European Army. Machines and men of 
war: Marines show off "mighty mite" jeep; 
new jet rocket can down big bomber; GIs 
toughen up in "struggle pit. ' The Academy 
awards. 

© 27Mar53; MP3454. 

66. Mar. 31, 1953. Queen Mary, 1867- 1953. 
Czechs happy after flight to freedom. 
Vishinsky resumes UN post. The Ridgways 
and Conants meet in Bonn. French leaders 
in U. S. for key talks. Atomic energy 
harnessed for medicine. Richmond, Va. : 
Smashing stock car race. The "RoUigon. 

© 31Mar53; MP3455. 

67. Apr. 3, 1953. Britain mourns Queen 
Mary. Operation Hideout: Gobs in sub for 
2 months. Fierce new fighting for Korean 
hills. Pa.: Triple train crash kills 21. 
Fla.: 33 die as fire sweeps old age home. 
The Grand National. Basketball: East vs. 
West. 

© 3Apr53; MP3456. 

68. Apr. 7, 1953. Korea: But the war goes 
on. Washington: Farewell review for Gen- 
eral Van Fleet. Trumans on Hawaiian holi- 
day. Mary Pickford off again to sell bonds. 
Circus helps Cerebral Palsy Fund. Air 
Force tests 1700 mph super plane. Navy's 
latest guided missile. National Golden 
Gloves championships. Teen-agers tops in 
U. S. girls skating. 

© 7Apr53; MP3467. 

69. Apr. 10, 1953. Easter 1953. Night fighters 
down Red MIGs. New York welcomes first 
shipload of Korean vets. Bohlen on way to 
Moscow post. Adenauer in U. S. for talks with 
Eisenhower. Kids 'n' eggs take over Eisen- 
hower's lawn. Arizona around the clock 
fashions. Babe Zaharias wins Zaharias golf 
tourney. Australian surf championships. 

© 10Apr53; MP3468. 

70. Apr. 14, 1953. Freedom Village, UN 
camp for returning POW's. United Nations: 
Hammarskjoeld replaces Trygve Lie. 
Adenauer confers with Eisenhower. Shah 
feted on Iranian new year. Navy reveals 
twin runways on flat-top. UNICEF serves 
the kids of the world. Tyrone Power makes 
cancer fund appeal. "Braves Week" in 
Milwaukee. Catch-as-catch-can wrestling. 
The experimental handicap. 

© 14Apr53; MP3479. 

71. Apr. 17, 1953. POW exchange set in 
motion at Panmunjom. Hammarskjold 
takes over UN post. Tito returns from 
visit to Britain. Oveta Hobby joins Eisen- 
hower's Cabinet. Hall welcomed by Eisen- 
hower in key GOP job. A royal wedding in 
Luxemburg. U. 3. editors home after Mos- 
cow visit. Navy tests firing power. Two 
die in fire at [Illinois] State prison. Ex- 
PFC Eddie Fisher at House of wax opening. 
Hogan wins 2d Masters with record 274. 

© 17Apr53; MP3480. 



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72. Apr. 21, 1953. Eisenhower states the 
case for true peace. Plane crash [near 
Seattle]. Report from Korea. Women in 
the news: Clare Booth Luce, Anna Magnani, 
Mme Jacques Fath. Somersaults on skis 
[at Sun Valley, Idaho). Eisenhower tosses 
out the fii-st [baseball). Spectacular Chi- 
cago fire. 

© 21Apr53; MP3492. 

73. Apr. 24, 1953. [Prisoner exchange in 
Korea.) Gales rip through South. [Queen) 
Elizabeth presents her colors. Geneva: 
U. S. pledges aid to Human Rights group. 
Native Dancer wins Gotham [horse race). 
Biddy basketball championship. Tight 
rope walking way way up. 

© 24Apr53; MP3493. 

74. Apr. 28, 1953. Prisoner of war ex- 
change. Britons, freed by Reds, cross 
Russia. Dulles heads U. S. mission to 
NATO. House of wax round-the-clock 
premiere. 

© 28Apr53; MP3544. 

75. May 1, 1953. (Freed POW calls) home 
from Korea. Dulles terms NATO talks 
successful. Venezuela inaugurates a Pres- 
ident. [Queen) Elizabeth attends a horse 
show. Interservice boxing: Army vs. 
Navy. Horse racing: the Wood Memorial. 

© lMay53; MP3545. 

76. May 5, 1953. POW's back in U. S. A. 
Seoul crowds demand a united Korea. New 
U. S. embassy opens in Rio. Australian 
Eucharistic Congress. Adlai Stevenson on 
tour. [French] Red boss Thorez appears 
at poll. Eiffel Tower gets paint job. 
Hawaiian fashions. Women's wrestling 
championship. 

© 5May53; MP3562. 

77. May 8, 1953. POW's home at last. 
Eisenhower briefs Governors on world 
affairs. Trumans back from Hawaiian 
holiday. Pole who escaped in MIG visits 
U. S. Van Fleet crowns apple blossom 
queen [in Winchester, Va.) Arizona fash- 
ions. The Kentucky Derby. 

© 8May53; MP3563. 

78. May 12, 1953. Mau Mau terror stalks 
Kenya. Eisenhower in New York for GOP 
dinner. Double jet ace in action [in Korea). 
Schuman Plan nations pour first pig iron. 
Feisal U crowned King of Iraq. Mrs. Luce 
presents her credentials [in Rome). 
Malan's new cabinet. Twenty-million 
franc blaze in Paris. Canada's St. Laurent 
visits [Washington, D. C.\. Trygve Lie 
sails for Norway. 

© 12May53; MP3577. 

79. May 15, 1953. Disaster in the North 
Sea. The mark of the Mau Mau. Research 
may end plane crash fires. Cabinet poses 
for first pictures. President greets Ham- 
marskjold. Eisenhower on a family holiday. 
Fashion in Rio. 

© 15May53; MP3578. 

80. May 19, 1953. Scores die in Texas 
twisters. Mechanical brain marvel. 

7 internees arrive in U. S. from Red Korea. 
First films of Red drive in Laos. "Chil- 
dren's day" for Korean kids. The Navy's 
new "twin" helicopter. Celebrities' golf 
tourney [at Westbury, L. I.) 
© 19May53; MP3585. 

81. May 22, 1953. Oatis returns. Flying 
B-29 refuels 3 jets at a time. Dulles visits 
Tel Aviv on Mid-East tour. Mrs. Luce 
tours southern Italy. Adenauer confers with 
Churchill. New York City: 2,400 hail Javits 
for civic work. Rocky [Marciano] and Joe 
[Walcott] tell how it happened. On the 
Potomac: Navy crew retains title. Native 
Dancer wins the Withers. 

© 22May53; MP3586. 

82. May 26, 1953. A strange kidnap case 
[involving two Washington, D. C. children). 
The war in Laos. London prepares for the 
coronation. Paris: The "unknown Jewish 
martyr" tomb. Eisenhower greets General 
Ridgway. San Francisco: "Kids' great 

day in the air. Salinas, Calif.: Junior ro- 
deo for juniors only. Monkies ride, pedal, 
and drive. Flying fists in PAL champion- 
ships. 
© 26May53: MP3608. 



83. May 29, 1953. Eisenhower signs Tide- 
lands Oil Bill. The two top jet aces home 
from Korea. Latest films on the Mau Mau 
menace. Mrs. F. D. R. in Tokyo on world 
tour. Mamie Eisenhower greets "teacher 
of the year." San Francisco; Modern 
design, the Butterfly Bridge. Danny Thomas 
off to keep London date. New York City: 

An ail-American wedding. Texas Research 
Foundation awards. The Preakness. The 
Morris and Essex Dog Show. A wearying 
walking race. 
© 29May53; MP3609. 

84. June 2, 1953. The house of the future? 
Korea: Helicopters beat the mud. Arniy 
adds "Rolligon" to its arsenal. Beltsville, 
Md.: The President tours a farm study 
center. President and Mrs. Eisenhower 
hold a garden party. New York City: 
Fathers of the year. Surfboard stars skim 
surface. Two jockeys, father and son, race 
against each other. 

© 2Jun53; MP3617. 

85. June 5, 1953. Reds attack in Korea. 
Bohlen calls at Kremlin. French fight back 
in Laos. Coronation week in London: 
Luncheon at Westminster Hall; a royal 
garden party. Indianapolis speed classic. 
Daredevil diver. IC4A track meet. 

© 5Jun53; MP3618. 

86. June 9, 1953. The coronation of Her 
Majesty Elizabeth II. 

© 9Jun53; MP3627. 

87. June 12, 1953. PW agreement paves 
way to Korea truce. Italy goes to the polls. 
Anthony Eden in U. S. for operation. Queen 
[Elizabeth) honors Commonwealth troops. 
S. S. Nassau fashions. Golfer Eisenhower 
with sports celebrities. The Coronation 
Derby. 

© 12Jun53; MP3628. 

WARRIORS AT PEACE. Avalon Daggett 

Productions, 1953. 12 min., sd., color, 
16mm. (Cinetour) 

Summary : A tour of the Apache reserva- 
tion in Arizona reveals women weaving bas- 
kets and men working on modern cattle 
ranches stocked with pure-bred Herefords. 
Includes scenes of the Indians in traditional 
native costumes at the pollen blessing cere- 
monies and of the ancient tribal rituals which 
are held annually as coming-out parties for 
the wealthy Apache maidens. 

Credits : Producer and photographer, 
Avalon Daggett; narrator. Jack Little. Koda- 
chrome. 

© Avalon Daggett; 7Jan53 (in notice: 1952); 
MP3180. 

WATER AND ITS WORK (Filmstrip) Young 
America Films. 1953. Produced by Key 
Productions. 40 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Elemen- 
tary science series. Set no. 3) 

Summary : Explains that the water on the 
earth's surface is constantly flowing in an 
endless cycle between the earth and sky, and 
describes how water is used for washing, 
drinking, cooking, and as a source of power. 

© Key Productions, inc.; 3Feb53; JP1850. 

WATER BIRDS. Walt Disney Productions. 
Released by RKO Radio Pictures, 1952. 
30 min., sd., color, 35mm. (True-life ad- 
venture series) Technicolor. 

Summary : A photographic study of a variety 
of water birds which explains how nature has 
adapted them to meet the problems of sur- 
vival. Shows how beaks and bodies, as well 
as feeding, mating, and nesting habits are 
adapted to the environment. Includes photo- 
graphs of over twenty kinds of water birds, 
including the albatross, flamingo, water 
ouzel, the gannets on Bonaventure Island, 
and a colony of terns at the Gulf of Mexico. 

Credits : Producer, Walt Disney; director, 
Ben Sharpsteen; script, Winston Hibler, Ted 
Sears, William Otis; narrator, Winston Hib- 
ler; music, Paul Smith; photographers, 
Alfred M. Bailey, Alfred G. Milotte, Ed N. 
Harrison and others; film editor, Norman 
Palmer. 

© Walt Disney Productions; 10Jun52; 
MP3555. 



WATER RODEO. Columbia Pictures Corp., 
1952. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (World of 
sports) 

Summary : Presents aqua-skiers demon- 
strating their skill along a hazardous course 
at Cypress Gardens, Fla. Includes scenes of 
a race between two speedboats. 

Credits : Producer and director, Harry 
Foster; narrator. Bill Stern; music. Jack 
Shaindlin. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 25Dec52; 
MP3377. 

THE WATER WE DRINK. Coronet, 1952. 
10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Scenes of two young boys walk- 
ing in a forest provide a background for a 
discussion of the body's need for water, the 
importance of developing proper drinking 
habits, the source of community water, and 
the niethods of purifying water. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, John G. 
Read. 

© Gaby Dure Smart, Continental Illinois 
National Bank and Trust Company of Chicago, 
executors of the estate of David A. Smart, 
deceased (in notice: David A. Smart); 
25Sep52; MP3160. 

WAY BACK WHEN. RKO-Pathe, 1952. 8 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. (Screenliner) 

Summary : Emphasizes the humor of two 
early screen melodramas. In The innocent 
girl, or Virtue triumphs, Madame Lazonga 
accosts an innocent country girl; and in The 
drunkard's reformation, a buttermilk addict 
is reformed. 

Credits: Narrator, Harry Von Zell; music, 
Herman Fuchs. 

© RKO Pathe, inc.; 29Nov52; MP3401. 

A WAY TO EFFICIENT PRODUCTION: FUN- 
DAMENTAL FACTS OF INDUSTRIAL SAFE- 
TY (Filmstrip) National Gypsum Co., 1952. 
Produced by Human Relations for Industry. 
39 fr., b&w, 35mm. Produced in collabora- 
tion with the Safety Engineering Dept., Marsh 
and McClennan. 

Summary : An industrial safety film which 
emphasizes the danger of hazardous working 
conditions and the importance of training 
employees to avert personal injury. 
© National Gypsum Co.; lNov52; JP1784. 

A WAY TO EFFICIENT PRODUCTION: HOW 
TO STOP ACCIDENTS (Filmstrip) National 
Gypsum Co., 1952. Produced by Human Re- 
lations for Industry. 48 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
Produced in collaboration with the Safety 
Engineering Dept., Marsh and McClennan. 

Summary: An industrial safety film which 
stresses the importance of eliminating care- 
less actions and hazardous working conditions 
which interfere with efficient production. 
© National Gypsum Co.; lNov52; JP1786. 

A WAY TO EFFICIENT PRODUCTION: LOOK- 
ING FOR THE CAUSE (Filmstrip) National 
Gypsum Co., 1952. Produced by Human 
Relations for Industry. 45 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
Produced for the Safety Engineering Dept., 
Marsh and McClennan. 

Summary : An industrial safety film which 
emphasizes the need for analysing the cause 
of accidents. 
© National Gypsum Co.; lNov52; JP1785. 

A WAY TO EFFICIENT PRODUCTION: PRO- 
DUCTION EFFICIENCY AND ACCIDENT 
PREVENTION (Filmstrip) National Gypsum 
Co., 1952. Produced by Human Relations for 
Industry. 51 fr., b&w, 35mm. Produced in 
collaboration with the Safety Engineering 
Dept., Marsh and McClennan. 

Summary : An industrial safety film which 
shows that safe working conditions are es- 
sential to efficient production. 
© National Gypsum Co.; lNov52; JP1787. 

WE GROW. JP2132. SEE Growing things, 
no. 7. 

WE, THE PEOPLE (Filmstrip) Popular 
Science Pub. Co., 1953. Produced in coop- 
eration with the World book encyclopedia. 



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WE, THE PEOPLE. Cont'd. 
52 fr., color, 35mm. (The American way, 
no. 6) 

Summary : Describes the interrelationship 
of the three branches of American govern- 
ment — legislative, executive, judicial — and 
discusses the powers delegated to each 
branch by the Constitution. Explains the 
procedure for nominating and electing the 
President, emphasizing the power of the 
American voter. Ansco color. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 30Jan53; 
JP1920. 

WEAVING. SEE Intermediate art series, 
no. 2. JP1811. 

THE WEDDING AT CANA (Filmstrip) Con- 
cordia Pub. House, 1952. 20 fr., color, 
35mm. 

Summary : A pictorial presentation of 
Jesus' first miracle, the turning of water 
into wine. John 2: 1-11. 

Credits : Author, Robert Isely. Ansco 
color. 

© Concordia Pub. House; 9Jan52 (in notice: 
1951); JP1796. 

WEST OF CHEYENNE. Range Rider Produc- 
tions, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Range Rider western for 
television. 

Credits : Producer, Hugh McCollum; direc- 
tor, William Berke; screenplay, Oliver 
Drake; music score, Walter Greene; music 
supervisor, Irving Friedman; film editor. 
Jack Wheeler. Cast : Jack Mahoney, Dick 
Jones, Pamela Blake. 

© Range Rider Productions; 17Apr53; 
LP2517. 

WEST OF LARAMIE. Castle Films, 1950. 
1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Tex Williams western. 
A sheriff settles a dispute between a ranch 
owner and settlers on Government lands. 

© United World Films, inc.; 15Aug50 (in 
notice: MCMXLX); LP2322. 

WESTERN EDITION. Range Rider Produc- 
tions, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Range Rider western for 
television. 

Credits : Producer, Hugh McCollum; direc- 
tor, Frank McDonald; screenplay, Orville 
Hampton; music score, Walter Greene; music 
supervisor, Irving'Friedman; film editor, 
Paul Borofsky. Cast : Jack Mahoney, Dick 
Jones, Elizabeth Harrower. 

© Range Rider Productions; 21May53; 
LP2610. 

WESTERN feud: Castle Films, 1949. 1 reel, 
sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A Johnny Mack Brown western 
about feuding, kidnapping, and murder. 

© United World Films, inc.; 15Aug49; 
LP2311. 

WHAT AIR DOES (Filmstrip) Visual Sciences, 
1953. 29 fr., color, 35mm. Second in a 
series of five filmstrips. 

Summary : Captioned cartoons are used 
to show various things which air can do. For 
elementary grades. Eastman color. 

© Gerrit C. Zwart, d.b. Visual Sciences; 
20Feb53; A82830. 

WHAT AIR IS (Filmstrip) Visual Sciences, 
1953. 24 fr., color, 35mm. 

Summary : Simple demonstrations are 
used to describe the physical properties of 
air and its chemical composition. Eastman 
color. 

© Gerrit C. Zwart, d.b. Visual Sciences; 
5Jan53; A76461. 

WHAT AIR PRESSURE IS (Filmstrip) Visual 
Sciences, 1953. 28 fr., color, 35mm. East- 
man color. Third in a series of five film- 
strips. 

Summary : Captioned cartoons are used to 
explain what air pressure is, how it is 
measured, how it manifests itself, and how 



it is utilized in everyday life. 

© Gerrit C. Zwart, d.b. Visual Sciences- 
2Apr53; A88264. 

WHAT ARE ELEMENTS AND COMPOUNDS? 
Filmstrip) Popular Science Pub. Co., 1953. 
52 fr., color, 35mm. Ansco color. 

Summary : Discusses the nature of ele- 
ments, the formation of compounds, and the 
differences between mixtures and compounds. 
Experiments with iron, sulphur, sodium, and 
chlorine are used to show the structure of 
atoms and to demonstrate the role of elec- 
trons in the formation of compounds. Indi- 
cates how the spectroscope and X-ray crys- 
tal study are used to determine the structure 
of elements. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 14May53; 
JP2103. 

WHAT IS COLOR? (Filmstrip) Popular 
Science Pub. Co., 1953. 50 fr., color, 
35mm. Ansco color. 

Summary : Presents Newton's analysis of 
sunlight into its component colors and ex- 
plains that the different colors are caused 
by the chemical elements in the sun. Shows 
how the prism breaks up white light into the 
spectrum colors, and how it is used in iden- 
tifying elements. Experiments with reflected 
and transmitted light demonstrate how color 
is perceived and transmitted, and how the 
primary colors of transmitted light are used 
in color television and in mixing colors for 
painting. Explains the nature and use of 
infrared and ultraviolet light. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 14May53; 
JP2102. 

WHAT IS MAGNETISM (Filmstrip) Popular 
Science Pub. Co., 1953. 52 fr., color, 35mm. 

Summary : Traces the development of 
knowledge about magnetism, and describes 
present-day uses of magnetic power to pro- 
vide power and systems of communication. 
Includes a demonstration of experiments made 
by Hans Oersted in 1820 and by Sir William 
Gilbert, a 16th century physician. Ansco 
color. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 18Mar53; 
JP1942. 

WHAT THE FROST DOES: BACKGROUND FOR 
READING AND EXPRESSION. Coronet In- 
structional Films, 1953. 11 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Summary : While waiting for the time to 
pick a growing pumpkin, a young farm boy 
observes seasonal changes and learns about 
the effects of frost. Designed for nature in- 
struction in primary grades. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, Helen 
A. Murphy. 

© John Smart; 18May53: MP3591. 

WHAT'S SWEEPIN'. Universal Pictures Co., 
1953. 6 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Woody 
Woodpecker Walter Lantz cartune) A Uni- 
versal-International picture. 

Summary : Woody Woodpecker, playing the 
role of a street cleaner, disrupts a circus 
performance when he takes refuge in the 
tent to elude an irate policeman. 

Credits : Animation, Ray Abrams, La Verne 
Harding, Paul Smith; music, Clarence 
Wheeler. Technicolor. 

© Universal International; 2Jan53; MPS 139. 

WHERE DID THE INDIANS LIVE? (Filmstrip) 
Popular Science Pub. Co., 1953. 32 fr., 
color, 35mm. (Our friends the American 
Indians) A Richard Nelson travel strip. 
Ansco color. 

Summary : Explains that the various Amer- 
ican Indian tribes used different materials in 
constructing homes which were suitable to 
the climate and area in which they lived. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 19Jun53; 
JP2140. 

WHERE THERE'S A WILL. SEE 
Mr. and Mrs. North. No. 11. LP2255. 
Private secretary, no. 4. LP2475. 



WHITE GODDESS. Arrow Productions. Re- 
leased by Lippert Pictures, 1953. 73 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Credits : Producer, Rudolph Flothow; 
director, Wallace Fox; original screenplay, 
Sherman L. Lowe, Eric Taylor; film editor, 
Dwight Caldwell. Cast : Jon Hall, Ray 
Montgomery, M'liss McClure, Ludwig Stos- 
sell, James Fairfax. 

© Arrow Productions, inc.; 5May53; 
LP2536. 

WHITE LIGHTNING. Allied Artists Produc- 
tions. Released by Monogram Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 61 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A story about an arrogant ice- 
hockey star who is offered a bribe by a 
gambling syndicate to throw a game. 

Credits : Producer, Ben Schwalb; director, 
Edward Bernds; written by Charles R. Mar- 
ion; music director, Marlin Skiles; film edi- 
tor, Bruce Schoengarth. Cast : Stanley 
Clements, Barbara Bestar, Steve Brodie, 
Gloria Blondell, Paul Bryar. 

© Monogram Pictures Corp.; 15Mar53; 
LP2473. 

WHO ARE THE PEOPLE OF AMERICA? 
Coronet, 1953. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Explains that Americans are 
people of many races, religious, and nation- 
alities who have fought together, plowed the 
land, built cities, and established in Ameri- 
ca a democratic form of government under 
which there are opportunities for employ- 
ment, freedom of speech, and an abundance 
of food for all. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, August 
B. Hollingshead. 

© John Smart; llFeb53; MP3325. 

WHODUNIT. LP2625. SEE Private secre- 
tary, no. 12. 

WHY THINGS FLOAT (Filmstrip) Young 
America Films, 1953. Produced by Key 
Productions. 41 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Elemen- 
tary science series. Set no. 3) 

Summary : Experiments show that floating 
does not depend upon weight and size alone 
but that an object does float when it is no 
heavier than the water it displaces. 
© Key Productions, inc.; 3Feb53; JP1848. 

WHY WE PAY TAXES (Filmstrip) Popular 
Science Pub. Co., 1953. 45 fr., color, 
35mm. 

Summary : Two elementary school children 
learn about various kinds of taxes including 
income tax, luxury tax, and property tax. 
Explains that taxes are necessary to support 
the cost of conducting federal and state 
government programs; describes local serv- 
ices dependent upon tax money. Ansco color. 
© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 18Mar53; 
JP1937. 

WILD BOAR HUNT. RKO-Pathe, 1952. 
8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) 

Summary : Shows a veteran swamp hunter 
tracking wild boar in the Florida Everglades 
with a .22-caliber pistol as his only weapon. 
Includes scenes of the barbecue following the 
hunt and of an air-boat which carries the 
hunting party at mile-a-minute speed over 
land and water. 

Credits : Producer, Jay Bonafield; director 
and photographer, Howard Winner; written 
by Earle Luby; narrator, Andre Baruch; 
music supervisor, Herman Fuchs; editor, 
Sidney Katz. 

© RKO-Pathe, inc.; 31Dec52 (in notice: 
1953); MP3619. 

WILLIAM TELL. SEE Stories from other 
lands. JP1969. 

WIN THE USED CAR WALK-IN (filmstrip) 
Buick Motor Division [1953] Made by Jam 
Handy Organization. 106 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen of 
used cars. 

© Buick Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 17Jun53; JU7534. 



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WINE, WOMAN, AND SONG [AND] LAGOON 
WALTZ. Castle Films, 1951. 1 reel, sd., 
b&w, 16mm. (The music album) 

Summary : The Vienna Philharmonic 
Orchestra, conducted by Karl Boehm, plays 
selections from Strauss, with a ballet by 
members of the Vienna Opera. 

Appl. title: Wine, women and song. Lagoon 
waltz (Strauss waltz) 

© United World Films, inc.; 15May51; 
MP3289. 

WINNER BY A HARE. Paramount Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 6 min., sd., color, 35mni. 
(Noveltoon cartoon) Technicolor. 

Summary : An animated cartoon which 
introduces a modern twist to the fable about 
the tortoise and the hare. 

Credits : Director, I. Sparber, story, 
Irving Spector; animation, Myron Waldman, 
Tom Golden; music, Winston Sharpies. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 17Apr53; 
LP2511. 

WINNIE, THE COLT (Filmstrip) Pat Dowling 
Pictures, 1953. 22 fr., color, 35mm. East- 
man color. 

Summary : A story about Winnie the colt 
and her encounter with a wolf. Captioned 
cartoon drawings. 

Credits : Story, Calvin A. Maehl; pictures, 
Lorencie Dyer. 

© Calvin Albert Maehl, Miss Lorencie 
Dyer; lMar53; JP1972. 

A WINNING COMBINATION (Filmstrip) 
Chevrolet Motor Division [1953] Made by 
Jam Handy Organization. 60 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : Emphasizes the comfort, safety, 
and durability of the 1953 Chevrolet. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 17Jun53; JU7542. 

WINNING OF THE WEST. Gene Autry Pro- 
ductions. Released by Columbia Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 57 min., sd., sepia, 35mm. 

Summary : A western. A Texas Ranger 
who is accused of the murder of a crusading 
newspaper publisher discovers that his out- 
law brother is responsible for the crime. 

Credits : Producer, Armand Schaefer; 
director, George Archainbaud; written by 
Norman S. Hall; music director, Ross Di- 
Maggio; film editor, James Sweeney. Cast : 
Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, Gail Davis, 
Richard Crane, Robert Livingston. 

© Gene Autry Productions; ljan53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2198. 

WINTERTIME SAFETY (Filmstrip) Popular 
Science Pub. Co., 1953. 42 fr., color, 
35mm. 

Summary : Stresses the importance of 
obeying safety rules at all times, with special 
emphasis on the hazards presented by winter 
weather. Illustrates good safety practices 
in the home, at school, and on the street 
while walking or bicycling. Ansco color. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 20Jan53; 
JP1889. 

THE WISH AND THE SHOPLIFTER. LP2675. 
SEE I'm the law, no. 14. 

WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL 
(Filmstrip) Popular Science Pub. Co., 1953. 
Produced in cooperation with the World book 
encyclopedia. 51 fr., color, 35mm. (The 
American way, no. 3) 

Summary : Explains the need for adopting 
laws and establishing courts to preserve 
order and to insure the safety and freedom of 
American citizens. Includes a historical 
sketch which contrasts harsh punishments 
of the past with those imposed by the present 
American penal code. Ansco color. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 30Jan53; 
JP1917. 

THE WIZARD OF CLUBS. Paramount Pic- 
tures Corp., 1953. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
(Grantland Rice sportlight) 

Summary : Paul Hahn, champion golfer, 
demonstrates his skill at the Hollywood 



Beach Hotel Golf Club in Florida. 

Credits: Music, Harry D. Glass. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 10Apr53; 
MP3436. 

THE WOMAN IN THE CASE (Filmstrip) 
Lincoln-Mercury Sales Council, 1953. Made 
by Wilding Picture Productions. 98 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. (Lincoln- Mercury sales round- 
table, no. 13) 

© Lincoln-Mercury Division of Ford Motor 
Co. (in notice: Ford Motor Co.); 26Jan53; 
JP2050. 

THE WOMAN THEY ALMOST LYNCHED. 
Republic Pictures Corp., 1953. 90 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a story by 
Michael Fessier. 

Summary : A western. During a visit to an 
Arkansas-Missouri border town, a young 
Yankee girl is involved with a Confederate 
guerilla leader, his unscrupulous wife, and 
a rebel spy. Time: the Civil War. 

Credits : Director, Allan Dwan; screenplay, 
Steve Fisher; music, Stanley Wilson; film 
editor, Fred Allen. Cast : John Lund, Brian 
Donlevy, Audrey Totter, Joan Leslie, Ben 
Cooper. 

© Republic Pictures Corp.; 2Mar53; 
LP2602. 

A'OMEN UNITED FOR A CHRISTIAN WORLD 
(Filmstrip) United Church Women [1953] 
Produced by Jam Handy Organization. 76 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : Explains how women can con- 
tribute to world understanding and better- 
ment through church and school organizations, 
study groups, clubs, panel discussions, and 
United Nations seminars. 

© United Church Women, The National 
Council of the Churches of Christ in the 
U. S. A.; 3Apr53 (in notice: 1952); JU7396. 

WOMEN'S REFORMATORY. LP2225. SEE 
Man against crime. Dec. 3, 1952. 

WOODY WOODPECKER WALTER LANTZ 
CARTUNE. Motion pictures in this series, 
© Universal International, are entered 
separately under their respective titles. 

WORDS. SEE Writing the paragraph. 
MP3134. 

WORKING SAFELY IN THE SHOP. Coronet 
Instructional Films, 1953. 11 min., sd., 
b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Explains the importance of 
working conditions and the arrangement of 
equipment in an accident-prevention program 
and shows how to dress correctly for shop 
work. Demonstrates the safe operation of 
a variety of tools, including the grinder, the 
circular saw, the band saw, and the drill 
press. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, Ray S. 
Lindemeyer. 

© John Smart; 26May53; MP3593. 

WORKING TOGETHER IN MC KESSON (Film- 
strip) McKesson & Robbins, 1952. 76 fr., 
color, 35mm. 

Summary : Shows the variety of products 
manufactured by McKesson & Robbins, and 
emphasizes the advantages and opportunities 
offered to employees of the company. East- 
man color. 

© McKesson & Robbins, inc.; lDec52; 
JPI778. 

WORLD BALANCE OF POWER. Encyclo- 
paedia Britannica Films, 1952. 20 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : A newspaper editor and his 
friends discuss the principle of the balance 
of power as evidenced in Europe during the 
rise to power of Louis XIV and Napoleon. 
Animated drawings show the breakdown of 
the balance of power prior to World War I and 
indicate the obligation of free nations to 
restore the balance of power in order to en- 
sure a lasting peace. 

Credits: Producer, John T. Bobbitt; 



collaborator, William T. R. Fox, Jr. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
24Nov52; MP3308. 

WORLD OF SPORTS. Motion pictures in this 
series, © Columbia Pictures Corp., are 
entered separately under their respective 
titles. 

THE WORLD'S MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRLS. 
Universal Pictures Co., 1952. 17 min., sd., 
color, 35mm. A Universal-International 
picture. 

Summary : Presents the 1952 international 
beauty contest at Long Beach Calif., where 
contestants from many countries competed 
for the title of Miss Universe. Includes 
scenes of the floats which were featured in 
the parade, the judging of the beauty pageant, 
and the crowning of Miss Finland. 

Credits : Produced and written by Robert 
Faber; director. Jesse Hibbs; narrator, 
Hugh Douglas; music, Joseph Gershenson; 
film editor, Irving Birnbaum. Technicolor. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 30Dec52; 
MP3140. 

WRITING THE PARAGRAPH (Filmstrip) 
Film Publishers, 1949. 8 filmstrips, b&w, 
35mm. 

Summary : A series of filmstrips on Eng- 
lish composition, dealing with the use of 
words, the combination of words into sen- 
tences, and the use of effective sentences in 
composing a paragraph. 

Contents : 1. Words. 2 filmstrips. — 2. 
Your control of the simple sentence. 
2 filmstrips. — 3. Using sentences with more 
than one idea. 2 filmstrips. — 4. Building 
the paragraph. 2 filmstrips. 

Credits : Written by Reid Irving. 

© Reid Irving. lNov49 (in notice: 
MCMXLVIX); MP3134. 



X Y Z 

X MARKS THE SPOT FOR SALES (Filmstrip) 
Chrysler Sales Division, 1952. Produced 
by Ross Roy, inc. 92 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film for salesmen. 

© Chrysler Corp.; 17Dec52; JP1800. 

YANKEE DOODLE DANCE. American Danc- 
ing Instruction Record and Film Co., 1950. 
1 reel, si., b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : The Yankee Doodle dance is 
explained in eight lessons. 

Appl. title: Yankee Doodle. 

Appl. author: Anabelle Krohnengold. 

© American Dancing Instruction Record 
and Film Co. (in notice: American Instruc- 
tion Record & Film Co.); lSep50; MP3421. 

THE YELLOW HAIRED KID. William F. 
Broidy Productions, 1951. 56 min., sd., 
b&w, 35mm. (Wild Bill Hickok, no. 11) 

Summary : A western. A bank teller aids 
Marshal Wild Bill Hickok in the capture of a 
gang of desperadoes led by two bank robbers 
who have masqueraded as the marshal and 
his deputy. 

Credits : Producer, Wesley Barry; direc- 
tor, Frank McDonald; screenplay, Dwight 
Babcock, Maurice Tombragel; music direc- 
tor, Edward J. Kay; editor. Ace Herman. 
Cast : Guy Madison, Andy Devine, Alan 
Hale, Jr. 

© William F. Broidy Productions, inc.; 
15Dec51 (in notice: 1952); LP2215. 

YOHO, WONDER VALLEY. National Film 
Board of Canada, Ottawa. Released by 
Vitaphone Corp., 1953. 10 min., sd., color, 
35mm. (Sports parade) A Warner Bros, 
short subject. Technicolor. 

Summary : A photographic tour of Yoho 
Valley in British Columbia. Includes scenes 
of Emerald Lake and of the forests, glaciers, 
mountains, chalets, and camping grounds of 
the Canadian national park. 

Credits : Producers, Sidney Newman, John 
Olsen; directors, John Olsen, Roger Blais; 
music, Maurice Blackburn; film editor, John 
Olsen. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Jan.-June 



YOHO, WONDER VALLEY. Cont'd. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; Ijun53 (in notice: 
1952); MP3574. 

YOU AND YOU. SEE Emperor waltz [and) 
You and you. MP3285. 

YOU HAVE BEEN CALLED (Filmstrip) De- 
partment of Stewardship Promotion of the 
Presbyterian Church [1953] Made by Jam 
Handy Organization. 100 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Summary : A training film. 

© The Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A.; 
18May53; JU7510. 

YOUNG BESS. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Re- 
leased by Loew's, 1953. Ill min., sd., 
color, 35mm. Technicolor. Based on the 
book of the same title by Margaret Irwin. 

Summary : A story based on the life of 
Queen Elizabeth I of England from her child- 
hood until her ascension to the throne in 
1558. 

Credits : Producer, Sidney Franklin; 
director, George Sidney; screenplay, Jan 
Lustig, Arthur Wimperis; music, Miklos 
Rozsa; film editor, Ralph E. Winters. Cast: 
Jean Simmons, Stewart Granger, Deborah 
Kerr, Charles Laughton, Kay Walsh, Guy 
Rolfe. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 27Apr53; LP2561. 

THE YOUNG IMMORTAL; THE ART OF 
RAPHAEL. Art Film Productions. Re- 
leased by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 
1952. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm. Techni- 
color. 

Summary : Presents photographs of paint- 
ings by Raphael, including the Sistine ma- 
donna, and of the two murals The escape 
of Saint Peter and Fire in the Borgo. In- 
cludes scenes of Rome and the Vatican 
where the artist worked. 



Credits : Producer, Boris Vermont; drec- 
tor, Jean Oser; story and narration, Mildred 
Barish Vermont; narrator, Peter Allen; 
research. Marilyn Silverstone; music, 
Jacques D. Belasco; director of photography, 
Cyril J. Knowles. 

© Art Film Productions, inc.; 15Dec52; 
MP3461. 

YOUR CLEANLINESS. Centron Corp. Re- 
leased by Young America Films, 1953. 
1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. (Health series) 

Summary : Explains the importance of 
cleanliness in caring for skin, teeth, hair, 
nails, and clothing. 

Credits: Technical supervisor, Dorothy 
B. Nyswander. 

© Young America Films, inc.; 15Jun53; 
MP3611. 

YOUR CONTROL OF THE SIMPLE SEN- 
TENCE. SEE Writing the paragraph. 
MP3134. 

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES IN FIRST AID 
(Filmstrip) Centron Corp. Released by 
Young America Films, 1952. 40 fr., b&w, 
35mm. (First aid series) 

Summary : Presents nine basic principles 
to be followed in first aid treatment. 

© Young America Films, inc.; 15Dec52; 
JP1777. 

YOU'RE THE DOCTOR (Filmstrip) Whirl- 
pool Corp. [1953) Made by Jam Handy 
Organization. 53 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Servi- 
cing the automatic washer, ser. A, no. 2) 
Summary : A training film for men who 
service the Whirlpool automatic washer. 
© The Whirlpool Corp.; 17Jun53; JU7546. 

YOUTH ON CONSERVATION TRAILS. Michi- 
gan United Conservation Clubs, 1953. 



27 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 

Summary : Depicts the instructional and 
recreational program of the Michigan United 
Conservation Clubs boys' camp, where 
young boys study and participate in activities 
designed to teach them conservation of 
natural resources. Includes scenes of boys 
receiving instruction in fighting forest fires, 
observing wildlife, practicing rifle shooting, 
and learning to find directions by com- 
passes, maps, and landmarks. 

Credits : Scenario, narration and editing, 
Clare Tinker; resource advisor, George 
Akerley. 

© Michigan United Conservation Clubs; 
lApr53 (in notice: 1952); MP3653. 

THE ZAYAT KISS. Herles Enterprises, 1952. 
26 min., sd., b&w. 16mm. Based on the 
character created by Sax Rohmer [pseud, of 
Arthur Sarsfield Ward] 

Summary : First in a series of television 
mysteries featuring the villainous Dr. Fu- 
Manchu. 

Credits : Producer, Herbert Swope, Jr.; 
director, William Cameron Menzies; tele- 
vision plays, John L. Gerstad, Herbert 
Swope, Jr.; adapted by Sax Rohmer and 
Elizabeth Knox. Cast : Cedric Hardwicke, 
John Carradine. Rita Gam. 

© Herles Enterprises, inc.; 23Jun52; 
LP2422. 

ZOO ANIMALS OF OUR STORYBOOKS: 
BACKGROUND FOR READING AND EX- 
PRESSION. Coronet, 1953. 10 min., sd., 
b&w, 16mm. 

Summary : Pictures a variety of aninnals 
in the zoo. For primary grade children. 

Credits : Educational collaborator, A. M. 
Johnston. 

© John Smart; 17Apr53; MP3520. 



CLASSIFIED LIST 



A list of the films registered for copyright during the period 
covered by this catalog, arranged according to general type or 
intended use. Consult the section, "Motion Pictures and Film- 
strips" for data as to length, content, credits, etc. 



THEATRICAL FILMS 



Feature Pictures 



Abbott and Costello go to Mars 

The affairs of Dobie Gillis 

All ashore 

All I desire 

Ambush at Tomahawk Gap 

Angel Face 

Angels one five 

Bachelor in Paris 

Bad blonde 

Bandits of Corsica 

Battle Circus 

The beast from 20.000 fathoms 

Bloodhounds of Broadway 

The blue gardenia 

Bright road 

Bwana devil 

By the light of the silvery moon 

Call me madam 

Check-mate 

City beneath the sea 

The clown 

Code two 

Column south 

Come back, Little Sheba 

Confidentially Connie 

Count the hours 

Cow country 

Cry of the hunted 

Dangerous when wet 

Desert legion 

The Desert Rats 

The desert song 

Destination Gobi 

Down among the sheltering palms 

Eyes of the jungle 

Fair wind to Java 

Fangs of the Arctic 

Fast company 

Fear and desire 

The 5,000 fingers of Dr. T 

Fort vengeance 

The 49th man 

Francis covers the Big Town 

Ghost ship 

The girl next door 

The girl who had everything 

Girls in the night 

The girls of Pleasure Island 

The glass wall 

Goldtown ghost riders_ 

The great Sioux uprising 

Guerrilla girl 

Gunsmoke 

Hiawatha 

The hitch-hiker 

The homesteaders 

House of wax 

I confess 

The I don't care girl 

I love Melvin 

I'll get you 

The importance of being Earnest 

Invaders from Mars 

Island rescue 

It happens every Thursday 

Jack McCall, desperado 

Jalopy 



Jamaica run 

The jazz singer 

Jeopardy 

The juggler 

Julius Caesar 

Justice is done 

Kansas Pacific 

The lady wants mink 

The last posse 

Law and order 

Leonardo da Vinci 

Lili 

Lone hand 

Loose in London 

Luxury girls 

Ma and Pa Kettle on vacation 

The man behind the gun 

Man on a tightrope 

The marksman 

Marshal of Cedar Rock 

The member of the wedding 

Mesa of lost women 

The Mississippi gambler 

Monsoon 

My cousin Rachel 

My pal Gus 

The naked spur 

Never let me go 

Never wave at a Wac 

Niagara 

Night without sleep 

No time for flowers 

Off limits 

Old overland trail 

On top of Old Smoky 

One girl's confession 

Outpost in Malaya 

Pack train 

The penny princess 

A perilous journey 

Perils of the jungle 

Phantom from space 

Pickup on South Street 

Pony express 

Pony soldier 

Port Sinister 

Powder River 

The President's lady 

Prince of pirates 

Problem girls 

Raiders of the seven seas 

Rebel city 

The redhead from Wyoming 

Remains to be seen 

Ride, vaquero 

Road to Bali 

The roar of the crowd 

Rogue's march 

Ruby Gentry 

Salome 

San Antone 

Sangaree 

Savage mutiny 

Scandal at Scourie 

Scared stiff 

Seminole 

Serpent of the Nile 

She's back on Broadway 

The silver whip 

The slasher 

A slight case of larceny 

Small town girl 



The snows of Kilimanjaro 

Sombrero 

Something for the birds 

Son of Belle Starr 

Son of the renegade 

South Sea woman 

Spaceways 

Split second 

The star 

Star of Texas 

Stars and stripes forever 

The stars are singing 

The steel trap 

The stooge 

Stop, you're killing me 

The story of Mandy 

The story of three loves 

Sword of Venus 

The system 

Take me to town 

The tales of Hoffmann 

The tall Texan 

Tangier incident 

Target Hong Kong 

Taxi 

This is Cinerama 

Thunder in the East 

Thunderbirds 

Titanic 

Tonight we sing 

Trail blazers 

Treasure of the Golden Condor 

Tropic zone 

Trouble along the way 

Twilight women 

The vanquished 

White goddess 

White lightning 

Winning of the West 

The woman they almost lynched 

Young Bess 



Animated Cartoons 

Ancient fistory (Popeye) 

Ant pasted (Looney tune) 

Barney's hungry cousin 

Better bait than never (Noveltoon) 

The brave little bat (Blue ribbon 
hit parade) 

Buccaneer Woodpecker (Woody 
Woodpecker) 

Captains outrageous (The near- 
sighted Mr. Magoo) 

Child sockology (Popeye) 

Cobs and robbers 

Dinky in The orphan egg (Terry- 
toon) 

The dog that cried wolf (Walter 
Lantz cartune) 

Don't give up the sheep (Looney 
tune) 

Duck amuck (Merrie melodies) 

The emperor's new clothes 
(Jolly frolics) 

Father's day off (Goofy) 

Father's week end (Goofy) 

Feast and furious (Novel- 
toon) 

For whom the bulls toil 
(Goofy) 



Forward, march hare (Looney 

tune) 
Fowl weather (Merrie melodies) 
Frightday the 13th (Casper) 
Hare lift (Bugs Bunny) 
Hare trimmed (Merrie melodies. 

Bugs Bunny) 
Herman, the cartoonist (Novel- 
toon) 
How to be a detective (Goofy) 
Jerry and Jumbo (Tom and Jerry) 
Johann Mouse (Tom and Jerry) 
Kiss me cat (Looney tune) 
The little boy with a big horn 

(Jolly frolics) 
Little Johnny Jet 
Little Roquefort in Flop secret 

(Terrytoon) 
Little Roquefort in Mouse meets 

bird (Terrytoon) 
Little Roquefort in Playful puss 

(Terrytoon) 
Mighty Mouse in A soapy opera 

(Terrytoon) 
Mighty Mouse in Hot rods 

(Terrytoon) 
A mouse divided (Merrie melo- 
dies) 
Much ado about nutting (Looney 

tune) 
Muscle tussle (Merrie melodies) 
North pal (Casper) 
Of nfiice and magic (Noveltoon) 
Operation Sawdust (Woody 

Woodpecker) 
A peck o' trouble (Looney tune) 
Philharmaniacs (Kartune) 
Pluto's Christmas tree (Mickey 

Mouse) 
Popeye' s mirthday (Popeye the 

sailor) 
The simple things (Mickey 

Mouse) 
Snow business (Looney tune) 
Southern fried rabbit (Looney 

tune. Bugs Bunny) 
Spook no evil (Casper) 
Starting from hatch (Noveltoon) 
The stupid Cupid (Blue ribbon 

hit parade) 
Termites from Mars (Woody 

Woodpecker) 
Terry Bears in Picnic with papa 

(Terrytoon) 
Terry Bears in Plumber's helpers 

(Terrytoon) 
That's my pup (Tom and Jerry 

cartoon) 
Trick or treat (Donald Duck) 
True boo (Casper) 
Two weeks vacation (Goofy) 
Upswept hare (Merrie melodies. 

Bugs Bunny) 
What's sweepin' (Woody Wood- 
pecker) 
Winner by a hare (Noveltoon) 



Short Subjects 

Aero-nutics (Kartune) 

All girls on deck (Pacemaker) 



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THEATRICAL FILMS. Short 
Subjects. Cont'd. 

America for me 

Andy Russell and Delia in House 
party 

Animal hotel (Topper) 

Ann Rutledge 

Aquatic kids (Pete Smith) 

Baby makes two (Gil Lamb) 

Bear country (True-life adven- 
ture) 

Bear crazy (Topper) 

Beautiful Bavaria (James A. 
FitzPatrick's traveltalks) 

Beaver valley (True-life adven- 
ture) 

The beginning and the end 

Birth of Venus; art of the 
Renaissance 

Birthplace of hockey (Sports 
parade) 

Bobby Shantz (Sportscope) 

Booty and the beast (Three 
Stooges) 

Breath of disaster (See it happen) 

Britannia's athletic cadets 
(Grantland Rice sportlight) 

Call me skinny (Pacemaker) 

Candid microphone 

Caution, danger ahead 

Ceylon (This world of ours) 

Cheyenne days (Sports parade) 

College capers 

College circus (Screenliner) 

A day in the country 

Deadly drums (Variety view) 

Don Cornell sings 

Epic drama (See it happen) 

Fiesta for sports (Sports parade) 

Fiesta frolics (Universal-Inter- 
national color parade) 

Flying horseshoes (Grantland 
Rice sportlight) 

The fresh painter (Gil Lamb) 

Get a horse (Variety view) 

Gridiron Goliaths (Mel Allen's 
sport show) 

Growing up 

Half-dressed for dinner (New- 
ly weds) 

Harry James and the Music 
Makers 

Head over heels (Vitaphone 
novelties) 

Here we go again 

High school hi-Jinks (Pacemaker) 

The hoaxters 

Husky dogs (Sportscope) 

Hysterical history (Kartune) 

I love children, but (Pete Smith 
specialty) 

Invention convention (Kartune) 

It's up to you 

Jan Garber and his orchestra 
(Melody master band) 

Johannesburg, city of gold 
(James A , FitzPatrick's 
traveltalks) 

Johnny gets his route (Screen- 
liner) 

Joy of living; the art of Renoir 

Jungle monarchs (Animal caval- 
cade) 

Kalamazoo klouters (Mel Allen's 
sport show) 

King of clubs (Sportscope) 

King Winter (Variety view) 

Land of the Ugly Duckling 
(James A. FitzPatrick's 
traveltalks) 

Les Brown and his orchestra — 
crazy frolic 

The Liftlest Expert on Horse and 
buggy days (Topper) 

Log jam (Screenliner) 

Loose loot (Three Stooges) 

Lost in a Turkish bath (Gil Lamb) 

Lure of the turf (Sportscope) 

Men of science 

Mickey Rooney, then and now 
(Screen snapshots) 

Molly Bee sings (Screenliner) 

The Mosconi story (Pete Smith 
specialty) 



Music on the double 

Nancy Hanks 

Nature's half acre (True-life 

adventure) 
New Salem 
The night watch; the art of 

Rembrandt 
No adults allowed (Vitaphone 

novelties) 
Nostradamus says so (Prophecies 

of Nostradamus) 
The Olympic elk (True-life 

adventure) 
Operation A-bomb 
Out of the earth 
Pardon my wrench (Gil Lamb) 
The postman (Pete Smith 

specialty) 
Rasslin' mat-adors (World of 

sports) 
The roaring game (Sportscope) 
Sky police (Variety view) 
So you want a television set 

(Joe McDoakes) 
So you want to be a musician 

(Joe McDoakes) 
So you want to learn to dance 

(Joe McDoakes) 
The speed queen (Grantland Rice 

sportlight) 
Sport car racing (Grantland Rice 

sportlight) 
The sporting British West Indies 

(Grantland Rice sportlight) 
Sporting courage (Sports parade) 
Sportsmen's playground 

(Sportscope) 
Strop, look and listen (All star 

comedy) 
Thar she blows 
There he goes again (Topper) 
Three chairs for Betty (New- 
ly weds) 
Toast of songs (Cartoon melodies) 
Too much speed (Vitaphone 

novelties) 
Travel quiz (Pete Smith spe- 
cialty. What's your I. Q.? ) 
Trick-shot artists (World of 

sports) 
Tricky dicks (Three Stooges) 
Under the little big top 
U. S. Olympic champions (Mel 

Allen's sport show) 
Up in Daisy's penthouse (Three 

Stooges 
Water birds (True-life adventure) 
Water rodeo (World of sports) 
Way back when (Screenliner) 
Wild boar hunt (Sportscope) 
The wizard of clubs (Grantland 

Rice sportlight) 
The world's most beautiful girls 
Yoho, wonder valley (Sports 

parade) 
The young immortal; the art of 

Raphael 



Serials 

Commando Cody 
Jungle drums of Africa 
The lost planet 
Son of Geronimo 



Newsreels 

Movietone news 

News of the day 

Paramount news 

Universal International newsreel 

Warner Pathe news 



NONTHEATRICAL FILMS 



Classroom Films 

A is for atom 
Allergies 



Ancient Mesopotamia 

Art and motion 

Braze welding 

Buma; African sculpture speaks 

Centralization and decentrali- 
zation 

Conspiracy in Kyoto 

Deer live with danger 

The depths of space 

Design of American public edu- 
cation 

The development of the chick 

Doing homework in Gregg short- 
hand sinaplified 

The English language: story of 
its development 

Farmyard babies 

Flipper, the seal: background 
for reading and expression 

Forests and people 

The Golden Rule: a lesson for 
beginners 

Harmony in music 

Homespun 

Hoppy, the bunny: background 
for reading and expression 

How to brush sweep a stairway 

How to clean with a dustmop 

How to prepare a class report 

How to treat a sweeping mop 

How to wet mop 

Indian pow-wow 

Inflation 

Insects 

Japan: 80,000.000 mouths to feed 

Japan: the land and the people 

Jet propulsion 

The law of demand and supply 

Laws of motion 

Let's measure: inches, feet, and 
yards 

Life cycle of the frog 

Literature appreciation: How to 
read essays 

Literature appreciation: How to 
read novels 

Man's problem 

Marine life 

Mary had a little lamb: back- 
ground for reading and 
expression 

Mediterranean Africa 

Mental health: keeping mentally 
fit 

The Milky Way 

Mind your manners 

Mittens, the kitten 

The moon 

Nationalism 

Obesity: problems of fat forma- 
tion and overweight 

On the way to school: background 
for reading and expression 

One rainy day: background for 
reading and expression 

Paul Bunyan and the blue ox 

Peppy, the puppy 

Personal health for girls 

Personal hygiene for boys 

Prehistoric times: the world 
before man 

Preschool patterns 

Presidential elections 

Pressure groups 

Preventive maintenance: circuit 
breakers 

The procrastinator 

Responsibility 

Rest that builds good health 

Robert E. Lee: a background study 

Room for discussion 

Safety on the way to school 

The school and the community 

School rules: how they help us 

Simple changes in matter 

Snakes can be interesting 

The social process: values and 
Institutions 

Social revolution 

The solar system 

The story of a frog 

The story of King Midas 

The story of potatoes 

Street safety is your problem 



The sun 

Teaching Gregg shorthand 

simplified: A typical lesson 
Teaching Gregg shorthand 

simplified: Developing shorthand 

speed 
Teaching Gregg shorthand 

simplified: Teaching marginal 

reminders 
Teaching Gregg shorthand 

simplified: The first lesson 
Television: how it works 
Therapy influencing the autonomic 

nervous system 
Therapy with Cortone 
Time for television 
Time-lapse studies of growing 

trees 
The toy telephone truck: back- 
ground for reading and 

expression 
Ugly Duckling 

Understanding our earth: soil 
Understanding the dollar 
Understanding vitamins 
Vinethene in dental anesthesia 
Waltz, man's part 
Waltz, woman's part 
Warriors at peace 
The water we drink 
What the frost does: background 

for reading and expression 
Who are the people of America 
Working safely in the shop 
Yankee Doodle dance 
Your cleanliness 
Zoo animals of our storybooks: 

background for reading and 

expression 



Informational and Recrea- 
tional Films 

Adam to atom 

Airplanes make markets 

Alphabet antics 

Bangkok, golden temple paradise 

Beethoven's first symphony, and ■ 

Chopin's waltz 
Black, brown, or gold 
Camera magic 
Climbing with safety 
The colonial printer 
Creatures of the underworld 
A day with the Little Sisters 
Deep roots 
Don't shoot 

Emperor waltz [and] You and you 
The fiery furnace 
Fins, feathers, and fur 
Flying action 

Football parade of the year 1950 
Football parade of the year 1951 
For God and country 
From the sea to you 
Gold medal winner 
The Golden State 
Good business 
Great moments from Aida 
Great moments from Boris 

Godunoff 
Great moments from Don 

Giovanni 
Great moments from 11 trovatore 
Great moments from La traviata 
Great moments from Tales of 

Hoffman 
Hit the silk 

Hongkong, where two worlds meet 
In case of atomic attack 
Midwest holiday 
The moon 

Music with the Hormel girls 
My son's dad 
The Olympian Hiawatha 
Overture to La traviata, and 

Chopin's ballet 
Railroad story 
Regional analgesia 
Roses from the south, and Vienna 

blood 
Rural U. S. A. (through Indian eyes) 
Shadowland 



1953 



MOTION PICTURES— CLASSIFIED LIST 



67 



Sonny and Susan 


The frog man 


The frog man 


1616 Hidden Lane Road 


The story of rice 


The great chase 


Germany 


The sleep walker 


The sun 


The haunted house 


The ghost of Crossbone Canyon 


Sleeper 


Tachistofilm A-A-100 


Heart of the West 


Ghost trails 


The Sleeping Beauty 


A thousand and one nights, and 


Hurry, hurry 


The godless men 


Something for Ginger 


Treasure waltz 


The ice man 


The green paradise of Goa: 


Son by adoption 


Wine, woman and song, and 


Lonely hearts 


Portugal's outpost in India 


Special edition 


Lagoon waltz 


Match Head 


Growing up 


A stage for madamoiselle 


World balance of power 


Mr. Ditto 


Guns across the border 


State of the nation 


Youth on conservation trails 


The onion ring 


Gypsy wagon 


The steel ribbon 




Prairie pirates 


The haunted house 


String 




Rustler's valley 


Hawaii: our next state 


The suit 


Industrial Films 


The sleep walker 


Hideout 


Swamper Ike 




The suit 


Hold up 


The swan song 


Approach 


Swenn Golly 


The holiday 


Swenn Golly 


Barney's animated film commer- 


Three on the trail 


The holy terror 


Tall, dark, and dead 


cial 


Trail dust 


Hoppy's holiday 


Teacher of the year 


Better fencing 


The treasure of Pancho Villa 


The hypochondriac 


Tenampa 


A better way 


West of Laramie 


I hate money 


Texas longhorn steer commercial 


The biggest news 


Western feud 


The ice man 


Through the wall 


Brighten the work day 




I'm the law 


Trader Boggs 


By way of experience 




Indian Charlie 


Trail of the arrow 


Completely new 




The Indian giver 


The trap 


Dairy barns, U. S. A. 




Indian war party 


Treason at Dry Creek 


Deep roots 




Jeb's gold mine 


Treasure of Santa Dolores 


Esquire's ammated film commer- 




Jigsaw quiz 


Trial by fire 


cial 


TELEVISION FILMS 


Johnny Jackaroo 


Trouble in town 


Fansteel, an industry that serves 




The kid brother 


Tumblerock law 


industries 


Aftermath 


Killer bait 


Two fisted justice 


The freedom with a future 


Alien range 


The knife of Carlos Valero 


The vanisher 


A geography of retailing 


Ann Rutledge 


The Kremlin's problem people: 


The vanishing herd 


Glamour queen 


Art in America 


the Ukrainians 


Vienna today 


Good business 


The bad men of Rimrock 


The lady with the blue silk 


West of Cheyenne 


A great new star 


Bandits in uniform 


umbrella 


Western edition 


Key to our horizons 


The bandits of Panamint 


Lonely hearts 


The yellow haired kid 


Land battleship 


Baseball 


M. D. 


The zayat kiss 


Letter of recommendation 


A baseball rookie's big chance 


Man against crime 




Lights on 


Batula 


The map 




Lumber for houses 


The beehive 


The marauders 




The magic shelf 


The beginning and the end 


Marked cards 




The magic touch 


Behind southern lines 


Marked X 




The magic wheel 


The bell of San Gabriel 


Marshal from Madero 




Make a wish 


Best laid plans 


Match Head 


FILMSTRIPS 


Making that sale 


Black gold 


Meet Inspector Remy 




Master key 


The black terror 


Men around Eisenhower 


Accent on savings 


Meet the heavyweights 


Black waters 


The Middle East, powderkeg on 


Air and its properties 


Meeting the challenge 


Blind encounter 


the rim of the Communist world 


Air for every gaging job 


The Merita way to success 


Bobo the hobo and his traveling 


Mightier than the sword 


Alcohol and you, pt. 1-2 


Modern wine making 


troupe in Betty and the pirate 


Mr. and Mrs. North 


All matter has three forms 


Mother takes a holiday 


Bobo the hobo and his traveling 


Mr. Ditto 


American folk heroes 


National's animated film commer- 


troupe in Mountain Cinderella 


Mrs. Banker 


Americans all 


cial 


Border City affair 


The Monongahela, America's 


The approach in selling and what 


New neighbor 


The buckskin 


busiest river 


it means to you 


Octupus in the house 


Bullets and badmen 


Movie quick quiz 


Arc welding 


The oil man's bazooka 


Canadian boom 


Murder on a million 


Around the world with Hebrew 


On the money 


The careless killer 


The mystery bullet 


The ascension of Jesus 


Operation Installation 


Certain someone 


Nancy Hanks 


Aspiration: statehood 


Operation Mexico 


The chase 


Narrow escape 


Audubon's birds of America 


The picture of comfort 


Cherokee round-up 


A nation decides 


Away in a manger 


Preapproach 


The chivaree 


The new Congress 


Best features forward 


Priceless heritage 


Christmas time in Elkhorn 


New frontiers in space 


Better than ever Chevrolet 


Prospecting 


A city is born: Levittown, Pa. 


New India's people 


trucks for 1953 


Quality unlimited 


Claim Jumpin' Jennie 


The new neighbor 


The biggest family 


A real treat 


Clean up 


New Orleans: gateway to the world 


Body defenses against invasion 


Reigning beauty 


Cold decked 


New Salem 


by disease 


Right down the line 


The condemned man 


Night and day 


The Book of Books 


Rock bottom 


Convict at large 


Night music 


Bottled health, from farm to you 


The send off 


A country girl in Paris 


No greater love 


Bright prospects 


Sheet metal correction 


Crusade in Europe 


Nymphs of Versailles 


Britain's royal family 


Something new 


Cynthy's dream dress 


The old prospector 


Built for each other 


Specialists at work 


Dance madness 


Old timer's trail 


Bulwarks of democracy 


Star bright 


Dangerous venture 


The onion ring 


The call of Abraham 


Stepping up with the Joneses 


Dead right 


Our stake in troubled Morocco 


Canada: a nation grows 


Summing up with Joe Bayne 


The Death Valley Kid 


Outlaw of Blue Mesa 


The case for the upper case 


Sunny Sweet in Good wrinkles 


Delayed action 


Outlaw pistols 


Chance for more sales 


Take it easy. Bill 


The deserter 


Outlaw territory 


The changing surface of the 


Teamwork in transit 


Desperado at large 


Outlaw underground 


earth 


The three R's 


Devil's bog 


Outlaw's son 


The children's vocabulary of a 


Using the Verifax Printer, Type 1 


Dinner party 


The pledge 


new sign language 


A way to efficient production 


Dr. Spock 


Private secretary 


Chrysler New Yorker Deluxe vs. 




Don Colorado 


Prize winner 


Lincoln Capri 




Dry gulch at Devil's Elbow 


Progress report on Pakistan 


Circuits and cycles 


Entertainment Films 


The Durango Kid 


Ranger in danger 


Circus fun 




The empty strongbox 


Ransom cross 


The clock radio story 


Bar 20 rides again 


Evil Eye Fleagle 


Report on our atomic development 


The close 


Batula 


Explorer 


The right to vote 


The comma 


Blazing guns 


False paradise 


The rival hash houses 


Comparing the De Soto Power- 


Border justice 


The feud 


The saga of Silver Town 


master with the Mercury 


Carnival gal 


File 1313 


Schools and the community 


Comparison tells the value story: 


Cheyenne cowboy 


Fool's gold 


Self made man 


the '53 Plymouth Cranbrook 


Danger trail 


Formosa: blueprint for a free 


The sharpshooter 


versus the Ford Customline 


Desperate trails 


China 


The Sheriff's son 


Eight 


Evil Eye Fleagle 


Frame for two 


Sinister journey 


Complete service builds customer 


Frank N. Stein 


Frank N. Stein 


Sinner by proxy 


loyalty 



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Jan.-June 



FILMSTRIPS. Cont'd. 
The completely new line of 
genuine Chevrolet accessories 
for 1953 
Concentrate your fire: a compari- 
son of the Chrysler Windsor de- 
luxe and the Buick super 
Controlled exposure 

Controlled reading 

Cooking series 

The Crusades and early trade 
routes 

Cycla-matic Frigidaire — 1953 
models 

Dark daze 

A day at the Turner's 

The day is here 

The Dearborn forage harvester 

The Dearborn hay baler 

A delivery to remember 

Demonstrate, and they'll like it 

Design in wood 

Design of American public edu- 
cation 

De Soto versus Pontiac for '53 

A detailed comparison of the 
distinguished new De Soto Fire- 
dome V8 with the 1953 Olds- 
mobile "93" 

Digging for gold — selling non- 
buying accounts 

Discovering hidden treasures; 
the story of the Dead Sea scrolls 

Dr. Watson chooses wisely, be- 
tween the Chrysler New Yorker 
deluxe and the Buick Roadmaster 

Don't die on third 

The double-bladed knife 

A double dividend for '53 

Double-take 

Dressings and bandages used in 
first aid 

Duco Dupont 

The eastern forest Indians 

An easy way to volume sales 

Electricity, the home servant 

Emmanuel 

The employment interview of 
Charles G. Kane 

End punctuation marks 

English and Dutch explorations 

Excretion 

Explain the differences 

Eye-appeal means buy-appeal 

The fall of man 

A family of Canada 

A family of Denmark 

A family of Greece 

A family of Switzerland 

A family of the Netherlands 

A family of Turkey 

Favorite Bible stories 

15.000 customers can't be wrong 

Fighting cancer 

The final step 

Finishing 

First aid for bleeding and shock 

First aid for bone, muscle & 
joint injuries 

First aid for injuries caused by 
heat and cold 

First aid for wounds 

First aid in common emergencies 

The first Easter 



For teachers only, a bit of 

philoso-fun 
Freedom's flag 
French explorations 
Frictional electricity 

A fundamental of weighing 

The fundamentals of carburetion 

The germ invaders 

Glamour on wheels 

God's gifts 

Government in action 

The greatest Buicks in 50 great 
years 

The greatest Mercury yet 

Growing things 

The growth in our idea of God 

Hang out the welcome sign 

Hans Christian .Andersen 

Hardwood lumbering 

Hardwood processing 

Helping the body defenses 
against disease 

His private sales force — selling 
display 

Holidays for us to remember: 
February 12, 1809, Abraham 
Lincoln, the man who saved the 
Union 

Holidays for us to remember: 
February 22, 1732, the birthday 
of George Washington, our 
first President 

A home of their own — segregating 
Nabisco products 

Homespun holiday 

How chemicals and anti-biotics 
fight disease 

How do they do it 

How man uses fuel 

How to save more pigs 

How water control is being used 
to promote government owner- 
ship of electric power 

Hydraulic tappets: Battery per- 
formance 

Hydrovac simplified 

In every classroom 

In the autumn 

In the spring 

In the summer 

In the winter 

In unity 

Indian corn 

Indian tools 

The Indians of the Pacific Coast 

The Indians of the western plains 

Infant care series 

Intermediate art series 

Invasion by disease 

Isaac M. Wise, master builder 
of American Judaism 

It has to be your idea 

The Kresge spirit 

Laymen witness for Christ 

Let freedom ring 

Let's get personal 

Let's learn about magnets 

Let's learn about trees 

Let's learn about trees by their 
leaves 

Life on the farm 

The little ducks 

Made-to-order 

Make your ship come in: 
Prospecting 



The man sick of the palsy 

Mary anoints Jesus 

A matter of fact 

Maximum performance 

Melos in Staff Town 

Metamorphosis 

Mind your manners 

Modern commercial dish washing 

Modernization, the druggists' 
answer to competition 

Multi-purpose dams and their 
relation to the electric industry 

My wife tells me 

Narcotics and you 

The new Down the river road 

New frontiers of science 

The new Through the green gate 

A new world is discovered 

1953 body service 

1953 comparison facts: Chevrolet 
vs. Plymouth 

1953 Frigidaire master and de 
luxe ranges 

1953 standard refrigerator line 

The Norsemen 

Oil and grease seals 

One for the money 

One world 

Opportunity for growth 

Opportunity unlimited 

Our Indian neighbors today 

Our Pennsylvania 

Out of the shadows— human re- 
lations in selling 

Over the fence; on the dealer's 
side, that is 

Paolo's birthday ride 

Peter and the Resurrection 

Peter and the wolf 

Peter delivered from prison 

Piet takes a barge trip 

The playful fish 

Plymouth Hy-driye 

Popular sovereignty — U. S. A. 

Portugal seeks a new route east 

The postal story 

Powered to leave the past far 
behind 

Precision for production 

Problems of the new adminis- 
tration 

The proof that pays off 

Protecting eyes at work 

The Protestant Reformation 

Public relations for business and 
professional people 

The Pueblo Indians of the South- 
west 

Quotation marks and italics 

Report from industry 

Retailing, a dynamic career that 
pays 

The rising tide of nationalism 

River development and flood 
control 

Road demonstration, the big show 

Robi's Alpine summ.3r 

Rules for girls' basketball, 
1952-1953 

Safety in the shop 

The school and the community 

Sell 'em and keep 'em sold 

Selling as a career 

Semicolon and colon 



Serve a need, make a sale 

Service builders 

The service business today 

The service customer 

Service highlights 

The service team 

Servicing the Dearborn forage 

harvester 
Servicing the Dearborn hay 

baler 
Servicing the rear axle 
Setting up shop— Nabisco depart- 
ments in the store 
Seven steps to engine satisfaction 
Simone's surprise 
The ski meet 
Spanish explorations 
The spice of life — introducing 

a new product 
Split second survival 
Steel 
Steering alignment and gear 

shifting 
Step up and sell 
Stories about Jesus 
Stories from other lands 
The story of combustion 
The story of the American Indian 
The sundries story 
A tale of two seams 
Tell and vision selling 
The thermometer 
They are a great host 
They treat you right 
This is Korea 

Tie a string around the finger 
To sell 'em, just tell 'em 
The tools of our trade 
Trade-in tactics 
Transportation of the injured 
Truck automatic transmissions: 

competitive comparisons 
The use of artificial respiration 

in first aid 
Using air pressure 
Value is more than skin deep 
A visit to Japan 

The voice of safety — know thyself 
The voice of the shadow 
Water and its work 
We, the people 
The wedding at Cana 
What air does 
What air is 
What air pressure is 
What are elements and compounds 
What is color 
What is magnetism 
Where did the Indians live 
Why things float 
Why we pay taxes 
Win the used car walk-in 
Winnie the colt 
A winning combination 
Wintertime safety 
With liberty and justice for all 
The woman in the case 
Women united for a Christian 

world 
Working together in McKesson 
Writing the paragraph 
X marks the spot for sales 
You have been called 
Your responsibilities in first aid 
You're the doctor 



SUBJECT INDEX FOR NON-THEATRICAL FILMS 



A subject index for published nontheatrical films and selected filmstrips 
registered for copyright during the period covered by this catalog. Con- 
sult the section ' Motion Pictures and Filmstrips" for data as to length, 
content, credits, etc. 16mm. entertainment films are listed under non- 
theatrical films in the Classified List. 



AGRICULTURE 

How to save more pigs (Film- 
strip) 

Indian corn (Filmstrip) 

Rural U. S. A. (through Indian 
eyes) 

The story of potatoes 

The story of rice 



ARTS AND CRAFTS 

Art and motion 

Buma; African sculpture speaks 

Conspiracy in Kyoto 

Design in wood (Filmstrip) 

Finishing (Filmstrip) 

Homespun 

Indian tools (Filmstrip) 

Intermediate art series (Film- 
strip) 

Melos in Staff Town (Filmstrip) 

The Protestant Reformation 
(Filmstrip) 

Safety in the shop (Filmstrip) 

Shadowland 

A tale of two seams (Filmstrip) 



BIOGRAPHY 

American folk heroes (Filmstrip) 
Isaac M. Wise, master builder 

of American Judaism (Filmstrip) 
Robert E. Lee: a background 

study 



BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY 

(See also Economics, Trades and 

Manufacturing) 

Airplanes make markets 

Approach 

Bottled health, from farm to you 
(Filmstrip) 

Canadian boom 

The case for the upper case 
(Filmstrip) 

How water control is being used 
to promote government owner- 
ship of electric power (Film- 
strip) 

The law of demand and supply 

Lumber for houses 

Making that sale 

Multi-purpose dams and their 
relation to the electric industry 
(Filmstrip) 

The postal story (Filmstrip) 

Preapproach 

Prospecting 

River development and flood 
control (Filmstrip) 

Selling as a career (Filmstrip) 

CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT 

The Golden Rule: a lesson 
for beginners 



My son' s dad 

The procrastinator 

School rules: how they help us 



COMMUNITY LIFE 

Christmas time in Elkhorn 
Our Indian neighbors today 

(Filmstrip) 
The school and the community 

(Filmstrip 
Who are the people of America 



CONSERVATION 

Forests and people 

How water control is being used 
to promote government owner- 
ship of electric power (Film- 
strip) 

Man's problem 

Multi-purpose dams and their 
relation to the electric indus- 
try (Filmstrip) 

River development and flood 
control (Filmstrip) 

The story of a river (Filmstrip) 

Understanding our earth: soil 

Youth on conservation trails 



DEFENSE, CIVILIAN AND 
MILITARY 



In case of atonnic attack 



ECONOMICS 

Inflation 

The law of demand and supply 

Understanding the dollar 



EDUCATION AND TEACHING 

Alphabet antics 

The children's vocabulary of a 
new sign language (Filmstrip) 

Circus fun (Filmstrip) 

Controlled exposure (Filmstrip) 

Controlled reading (Filmstrip) 

Design of American public 
education 

Doing homework in Gregg short- 
hand simplified 

Farmyard babies 

Flipper, the seal: background for 
reading and expression 

For teachers only, a bit of 
philoso-fun (Filmstrip) 

The Golden Rule: a lesson for 
beginners 

Hoppy, the bunny: background for 
reading and expression 

In every classroom (Filmstrip) 

The little ducks (Filmstrip) 

Mary had a little lamb: back- 
ground for reading and expression 



Mittens, the kitten 

The new Down the river road 
(Filmstrip) 

The new Through the green gate 
(Filmstrip) 

One rainy day: background for 
reading and expression 

Paul Bunyan and the blue ox 

Peppy, the puppy 

The playful fish (Filmstrip) 

The school and the community 

The school and the community 
(Filmstrip) 

Tachistofilm A-A-100 

Teaching Gregg shorthand simpli- 
fied 

Time for television 

The toy telephone truck: back- 
ground for reading and ex- 
pression 

Winnie the colt (Filmstrip) 

Zoo animals of our storybooks: 
background for reading and 
expression 



FORESTRY 
Forests and people 

GEOGRAPHY AND TRAVEL 

Bangkok, golden temple paradise 
Canada: a nation grows (Film- 
strip) 
Canadian boom 

A family of Canada (Filmstrip) 
A family of Denmark (Filmstrip) 
A family of Greece (Filmstrip) 
A family of Switzerland (Film- 
strip) 
A family of the Netherlands 

(Filmstrip) 
A family of Turkey (Filmstrip) 
The green paradise of Goa: 

Portugal's outpost in India 
Hawaii: our next state 
Homespun holiday (Filmstrip) 
Hongkong, where two worlds meet 
Indian pow-wow 

Japan: 80,000,000 mouths to feed 
Japan: the land and the people 
The Kremlin's problem people: 

the Ukrainians 
Mediterranean Africa 
New India's people 
Our Pennsylvania (Filmstrip) 
Paolo's birthday ride (Filmstrip) 
Piet takes a barge trip (Filmstrip) 
Robi's Alpine summer (Filmstrip) 
Simone's surprise (Filmstrip) 
The ski meet (Filmstrip) 
The story of a river (Filmstrip) 
This is Korea (Filmstrip) 
A visit to Japan (Filmstrip) 
Warriors at peace 



GOVERNMENT 
(See also History) 

Aspiration: statehood (Filmstrip) 

Centralization and decentrali- 
zation 

Germany 

Government in action (Filmstrip) 

The green paradise of Goa: 
Portugal's outpost in India 

Hawaii: our next state 

The Kremlin's problem people: 
the Ukrainians 

Let freedom ring (Filmstrip) 

Men around Eisenhower 

The Middle East, powderkeg on 
the rim of the Communist 
world 

Nationalism 

Our stake in troubled Morocco 

Popular sovereignty — U. S. A. 
(Filmstrip) 

Presidential elections 

Pressure groups 

Problems of the new adminis- 
tration (Filmstrip) 

The rising tide of nationalism 
(Filmstrip) 

The social process: values and 
institutions 

Social revolution 

We, the people (Filmstrip) 

Why we pay taxes (Filmstrip) 



HISTORY 

(See also Geography and Travel) 

Adam to atom 

American folk heroes (Filmstrip) 

Americans all (Filmstrip) 

Ancient Mesopotamia 

Aspiration; statehood (Filmstrip) 

Britain's royal family (Filmstrip) 

Bulwarks of democracy (Film- 
strip) 

The colonial printer 

The Crusades and early trade 
routes (Filmstrip) 

The eastern forest Indians 
(Filmstrip) 

English and Dutch explorations 
(Filmstrip) 

Freedom's flag (Filmstrip) 

French explorations (Filmstrip) 

Germany 

Holidays for us to remember: 
February 12, 1809, Abraham 
Lincoln (Filmstrip) 

Holidays for us to remember: 
February 22, 1732, the birthday 
of George Washington (Film- 
strip) 

Indian corn (Filmstrip) 

Indian tools (Filmstrip) 

The Indians of the Pacific Coast 
(Filmstrip) 

The Indians of the western 
plains (Filmstrip) 



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CATALOG OF GOPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



HISTORY. Cont'd, 

Let freedom ring (filmstrip) 

Mediterranean Africa 

A nation decides 

Nationalism 

A new world is discovered 
(Filmstrip) 

The Norsemen (Filmstrip) 

Opportunity unlimited (Filmstrip) 

Our Indian neighbors today (Film- 
strip) 

Our Pennsylvania (Filmstrip) 
^ Portugal seeks a new route east 
(Filmstrip) 

Prehistoric times: the world be- 
fore man 

The Protestant Reformation 
(Filmstrip) 

The Pueblo Indians of the South- 
west (Filmstrip) 

The rising tide of nationalism 
(Filmstrip) 

Social revolution 

Spanish explorations (Filmstrip) 

State of the nation 

The story of the American 
Indian (Filmstrip) 

We, the people (Filmstrip) 

Where did the Indians live 
(Filmstrip) 

With liberty and justice for all 
(Filmstrip) 

World balance of power 



HOME ECONOMICS AND 
ETIQUETTE 

Cooking series (Filmstrip) 
Infant care series (Filmstrip) 
Mind your manners 
Preschool patterns 
A tale of two seams (Filmstrip) 
Understanding vitamins 



HUMAN RELATIONS 
(See also Marriage and Family 
Life) 

In unity (Filmstrip) 
Preschool patterns 
The procrastinator 
Public relations for business and 

professional people (Filmstrip) 
Room for discussion 
School rules: How they help us 
The social process: values and 

institutions 



HYGIENE AND PHYSIOLOGY 
(See also Medicine) 

Alcohol and you (Filmstrip) 

Allergies 

Body defenses against invasion 

by disease (Filmstrip) 
Excretion (Filmstrip) 
Fighting cancer (Filmstrip) 
The germ invaders (Filmstrip) 
Helping the body defenses against 

disease (Filmstrip) 
How chemicals and anti-biotics 

fight disease (Filmstrip) 
Invasion by disease (Filmstrip) 
Mental health: keeping mentally 

fit 
Narcotics and you (Filmstrip) 
Obesity: problems of fat for- 
mation and overweight 
Personal health for girls 
Personal hygiene for boys 
Rest that builds good health 
Understanding vitamins 
Your cleanliness 



INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION 

Our stake in troubled Morocco 
Problems of the new adminis- 
tration (Filmstrip) 
World balance of power 



Jan.-June 



LANGUAGE AND COMPOSITION 

Alphabet antics 

Around the world with Hebrew 
(Filmstrip) 

The children's vocabulary of 
a new sign language (Filmstrip) 

The comma (Filmstrip) 

End punctuation marks (Film- 
strip) 

The English language: story of 
its development 

How to prepare a class report 

On the way o school: background 
for reading and expression 

Quotation marks and italics 
(Filmstrip) 

Semicolon and colon (Filmstrip) 

Writing the paragraph (Filmstrip) 



LITERATURE 

Hans Christian Andersen 

(Filmstrip) 
Literature appreciation: How to 

read essays 
Literature appreciation: How to 

read novels 
Paul Bunyan and the blue ox 
Peter and the wolf (Filmstrip) 
Stories from other lands 

(Filmstrip) 
The story of King Midas 
Ugly Duckling 



MARRIAGE AND FAMILY LIFE 
Dr. Spock 



MATHEMATICS 

Let's measure: inches, feet, 
and yards 



MEDICINE 

Alcohol and you (Filmstrip) 

Allergies 

Dr. Spock 

Dressings and bandages used in- 
first aid (Filmstrip) 

First aid for bleeding and shock 
(Filmstrip) 

First aid for bone, muscle & 
joint injuries (Filmstrip) 

First aid for injuries caused by 
heat and cold (Filmstrip) 

First aid for wounds (Filmstrip) 

First aid in common emergen- 
cies (Filmstrip) 

Narcotics and you (Filmstrip) 

Regional analgesia 

Therapy influencing the auto- 
nomic nervous system 

Therapy with Cortone 

Transportation of the injured 
(Filmstrip) 

The use of artificial respiration 
in first aid (Filmstrip) 

Vinethene in dental anesthesia 

Your responsibilities in first aid 
(Filmstrip) 



MUSIC 

Beethoven's first symphony, 

and Chopin's waltz 
Emperor waltz [and) You and you 
Great moments from Aida 
Great moments from Boris 

Godunoff 
Great moments from Don 

Giovanni 
Great moments from II trovatore 
Great moments from La traviata 
Great moments from Tales of 

Hoffman 
Harmony in music 
Melos in Staff Town (Filmstrip) 



Overture to La traviata, and 

Chopin's ballet 
Roses from the south, and Vienna 

blood 
A thousand and one nights, and 

Treasure waltz 
Wine, woman and song, and 

Lagoon waltz 



NATURE STUDY 
(See also Science and Engi- 
neering) 

Audobon's birds of America 
(Filmstrip) 

Creatures of the underworld 

Deer live with danger 

Farmyard babies 

Growing things (Filmstrip) 

In the autumn (Filmstrip) 

In the spring (Filmstrip) 

In the summer (Filmstrip) 

In the winter (Filmstrip) 

Insects 

Let's learn about trees (Film- 
strip) 

Let's learn about trees by their 
leaves (Filmstrip) 

Life on the farm (Filmstrip) 

Marine life 

Snakes can be interesting 

Understanding our earth: soil 

The water we drink 

What the frost does: background 
for reading and expression 



PHOTOGRAPHY 

Camera magic 

Time- lapse studies of growing 
trees 



RELIGION 

Around the world with Hebrew 

(Filmstrip) 
The ascension of Jesus (Film- 
strip) 
Away in a manger (Filmstrip) 
The Book of Books (Filmstrip) 
The call of Abraham (Filmstrip) 
Discovering hidden treasures; 
the story of the Dead Sea scrolls 
(Filmstrip) 
Emmanuel (Filmstrip) 
The fall of man (Filmstrip) 
Favorite Bible stories (Film- 
strip) 
The first Easter (Filmstrip) 
God's gifts (Filmstrip) 
The growth in our idea of God 

(Filmstrip) 
The man sick of the palsy (Film- 
strip) 
Mary anoints Jesus (Filmstrip) 
One world (Filmstrip) 
Peter and the Resurrection 

(Filmstrip) 
Peter delivered from prison 

(Filmstrip) 
The Protestant Reformation 

(Filmstrip) 
Stories about Jesus (Filmstrip) 
The wedding at Cana (Filmstrip) 



SAFETY 

Protecting eyes at work (Film- 
strip) 
Safety in the shop (Filmstrip) 
Safety on the way to school 
Split second survival (Filmstrip) 
Street safety is your problem 
The voice of safety — know thyself 

(Filmstrip) 
Wintertime safety (Filmstrip) 
Working safely in the shop 



SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING 
(See also Nature Study, Trades 
and Manufacturing) 

A is for atom 

Adam to atom 

Air and its properties (Filmstrip) 

All matter has three forms 

(Filmstrip) 
The changing surface of the 

earth (Filmstrip) 
The depths of space 
The development of the chick 
Electricity, the home servant 

(Filmstrip) 
Frictional electricity (Filmstrip) 
How man uses fuel (Filmstrip) 
Jet propulsion 
Laws of motion 
Let's learn about magnets 

(Filmstrip) 
Life cycle of the frog 
Man's problem 
Metamorphosis (Filmstrip) 
The Milky Way 
The moon 

New frontiers in space 
New frontiers of science 

(Filmstrip) 
Prehistoric times: the world 

before man 
Simple changes in matter 
The solar system 
The story of a frog 
The sun 

Television: how it works 
The thermometer (Filmstrip) 
Time-lapse studies of growing 

trees 
Using air pressure. (Filmstrip) 
Water and its work (Filmstrip) 
The water we drink 
What air does (Filmstrip) 
What air is (Filmstrip) 
What air pressure is (Filmstrip) 
What are elements and com- 
pounds (Filmstrip) 
What is color (Filmstrip) 
What is magnetism (Filmstrip) 
Why things float (Filmstrip) 



SPORTS AND RECREATION 

A baseball rookie's big chance 
Rules of girls' basketball, 

1952-1953 (Filmstrip) 
Waltz, man's part 
Waltz, woman's part 
Yankee Doodle dance 



TRADES AND MANUFACTURING 

(See also Business and Industry, 

Science and Engineering) 

Arc welding (Filmstrip) 
Hardwood lumbering (Filmstrip) 
Hardwood processing (Filmstrip) 
How to brush swe*t a stairway 
How to clean with a dustmop 
How to treat a sweeping mop 
How to wet mop 
Lumber for houses 
Preventive maintenance; circuit 
breakers 

TRANSPORTATION 

Airplanes make markets 

Flying action 

The Golden State 

The Olympian Hiawatha 

Railroad story 

Split second survival (Filmstrip) 

VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE 

The employment interview of 
Charles G. Kane (Filmstrip) 
The freedom with a future 
Retailing, a dynamic career that 
pays (Filmstrip) 



RENEWALS 



An alphabetical list of the motion pictures for which the renewal copy- 
rights were registered during the period covered by this catalog. 



THE ADVENTURES OF MAZIE, a series of 
photoplays by R-C Pictures Corp. Two 
reels each. Renewed 22Jun53 by RKO 
Radio Pictures, inc. (PWH) 

1. Amazing Mazie. © 13Sep25, L21836. 
R113960. 

2. The constant simp. © 27Sep25, L21891. 
R113961. 

3. Or what have you. © 110ct25. L21898. 
R113962. 

4. Mazies won't tell. © 250ct25. L21932. 
R113963. 

THE AMERICAN VENUS, a photoplay in eight 
reels by Famous Players-Lasky Corp. 
© 25Jan26, L22325. R107007, 10Feb53, 
Paramount Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

THE ANCIENT MARINER, a photoplay in six 
reels by Fox Film Corp. © 13Dec25, 
L22283. R105181. 6Jan53, Twentieth Cen- 
tury-Fox Film Corp. (PWH) 



B 



THE BANDIT'S BABY, a photoplay in five 
reels by R-C Pictures Corp. © 24May25, 
L21530. R107098, 21Jan53, RKO Radio 
Pictures, inc. (PWH) 

A BANKRUPT HONEYMOON, a photoplay 
in two reels by Fox Film Corp. © 24Jan26, 
L22335. R108407, 9Mar53, Twentieth Cen- 
tury-Fox Film Corp. (PWH) 

BAREE. SON OF KAZAN, a photoplay in 
seven reels by Vitagraph Co. of America. 
© UApr25, L21355. R109079, 19Mar53, 
Warner Bros. Pictures, inc. (PCB) 

BEHIND THE FRONT, a photoplay in six 
reels by Famous Players-Lasky Corp. 
© 24Feb26, L22417. R109237, 24Mar53, 
Paramount Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

THE BEST BAD MAN. a photoplay in five 
reels by Fox Film Corp. © 15Nov25, 
L22023. R105167. 6Jan53, Twentieth Cen- 
tury-Fox Film Corp. (PWH) 

THE BEST PEOPLE, a photoplay in six 
reels by Famous Players-Lasky Corp. 
© 28Dec25, L22169. R105151, 12Jan53, 
Paramount Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

BLACK PARADISE, a photoplay in five reels 
by Fox Film Corp. © 29May26, L22808. 
R113155. Iljun53, Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. (PWH) 

THE BLIND GODDESS, a photoplay in eight 
reels by Famous Players-Lasky Corp. 
© 12Apr26, L22599. R112393, 22May53, 
Paramount Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

BOBBED HAIR, a photoplay in eight reels 
by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 8Jul25, 
L21639. R113230, 10Jun53, Warner Bros. 
Pictures, inc. (PCB) 



CASEY OF THE COAST GUARD, a series of 
photoplays in two reels by Pathe Exchange. 
Renewed 30Apr53 by Columbia Pictures 
Corp. (PWH) 

1. The smuggler's ruse. © 17Feb26. 
L22406. R111345. 

2. Shots in the dark. © 17Feb26, L22407. 
R111346. 

3. Watchful waiting. © 17Feb26, L22408. 
R111347. 

4. Under suspicion. © 17Feb26, L22409. 
R111348. 

5. The gas chamber. © 17Mar26, L22500. 
R111349. 

6. Shot from the depths. © 17Mar26. 
L22501. R111350. 

7. Contraband channels. © 23Mar26. 
L22581. R111351. 

8. Smuggled aliens. © 31Mar26, L22582. 
R111352. 

9. Meshes of the law. © 7Apr26, L22583. 
Rill353. 

10. Caught in the net. © 17Apr26, L22646. 
R11I354. 

CHICKIE, a photoplay in eight reels by First 
National Pictures, inc. © 21Apr25, L21371. 
R109080, 19Mar53, Warner Bros. Pictures, 
inc. (PCB) 

CONFESSIONS OF A QUEEN, a photoplay in 
seven reels by Metro-Goldwyn Pictures 
Corp. © 25Mar25, L21273. R106673, 
3Feb53, Loew's Incorporated (PWH) 

CONTROL YOURSELF! A photoplay in two 
reels by Fox Film Corp. © 15Nov25, 
L22054. R105168, 6Jan53, Twentieth Cen- 
tury-Fox Film Corp. (PWH) 

THE COWBOY AND THE COUNTESS, a photo- 
play in six reels by Fox Film Corp. 
© 4Jan26, L22218. R108402, 9Mar53, 
Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH) 

THE CROWN OF LIES, a photoplay in five 
reels by Famous Players-Lasky Corp. 
© 12Apr26, L22598. R112392, 22May53, 
Paramount Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

CUPID A LA CARTE, a photoplay in two 
reels by Fox Film Corp. © 13Dec25. 
L22128. R105172, 6Jan53, Twentieth Cen- 
tury-Fox Film Corp. (PWH) 



D 



DANCING MOTHERS, a photoplay in eight 
reels by Famous Players-Lasky Corp. 
© 3Mar26. L22441. R109238. 24Mar53. 
Paramount Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

THE DANGER GIRL, a photoplay in six reels 
by Metropolitan Pictures Corp. of Cali- 
fornia. © 25Jan26, L22321. R106436. 
28Jan53, Columbia Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

DENIAL, a photoplay in five reels by Metro- 
Goldwyn Pictures Corp. © 9Mar25. L21220. 



R106672, 3Feb53, Loew's Incorporated 
(PWH) 

THE DESERT FLOWER, a photoplay in seven 
reels by First National Pictures. © lJun25, 
L21514. R109107, 20Mar53, Warner Bros. 
Pictures, inc. (PCB) 

THE DESERT'S PRICE, a photoplay in six 
reels by Fox Film Corp. © 13Dec25, 
L22129. R105173, 6Jan53, Twentieth Cen- 
tury-Fox Film Corp. (PWH) 

THE DICE WOMAN, a photoplay in six reels 
by Metropolitan Pictures Corp. of Califor- 
nia. © 25May26, L22764. R112969. 3Jun53. 
Columbia Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

A DIXIE MERCHANT, a photoplay in six reels 
by Fox Film Corp. © 7Mar26, L22604. 
R108417, 9Mar53, Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. (PWH) 

DRIFTIN' THRU, a photoplay by Pathe Ex- 
change. © 23Jan26, L22305. R106435, 
28Jan53, Columbia Pictures Corp. (PWH) 



EARLY TO WED, a photoplay in six reels by 
Fox Filn, Corp. © 18Apr26, L22658. 
R113145, llJun53, Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. (PWH) 

EAST SIDE, WEST SIDE, a photoplay in two 
reels by Fox Film Corp. © 8Nov25, L21995. 
R105165. 6Jan53, Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. (PWH) 

EIGHT CYLINDER BULL, a photoplay in two 
reels by Fox Film Corp. © llApr26, 
L22674. RH3148, lljun53, Twentieth Cen- 
tury-Fox Film Corp. (PWH) 

ELSIE IN NEW YORK, a photoplay in two 
reels by Fox Film Corp. © 14Feb26, L22415. 
R108414, 9Mar53, Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. (PWH) 

THE ENCHANTED HILL, a photoplay in 
seven reels by Famous Players-Lasky 
Corp. © 25Jan26, L22326. R107008, 
10Feb53, Paramount Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

EQUATORIAL AFRICA, ROOSEVELT'S 
HUNTING GROUNDS, a photoplay by Chris- 
tian Thams. © 26Feb25. M2929. R106986. 
9Feb53, Miss Inger Thams (C) 

EVE'S LOVER, a photoplay in seven reels by 
Warner Bros. Pictures. © 3Apr25, L21321. 
R109077, 19Mar53, Warner Bros. Pictures, 
inc. (PCB) 



FAILURE, a photoplay in two reels, by Fox 
Film Corp. © 8Nov25, L21996. R105166, 
6Jan53, Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 
(PWH) 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE FATE OF A FLIRT, a photoplay in six 

reels by Columbia Pictures Corp! 

© 28Dec25, L22171. R105195, 5Jan53, 

Columbia Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

THE FEUD, a photoplay in two reels by Fox 
Film Corp. © 30Dec25. L22212. R105180, 
6Jan53, Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 
(PWH) 

THE FIGHTING BUCKAROO, a photoplay in 
five reels by Fox Film Corp. © 28Mar26, 
L22605. R109623, 31Mar53, Twentieth 
Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH) 

THE FIGHTING TAILOR, a photoplay in two 
reels by Fox Film Corp. © 30Dec25, 
L22211. R105179, 6Jan53, Twentieth Cen- 
tury-Fox Film Corp. (PWH) 

THE FIRST YEAR, a photoplay in six reels by 
Fox Film Corp. © 10Jan26, L22272. 
R108405, 9Mar53, Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. (PWH) 

A FLAMING AFFAIR, a photoplay in two 
reels by Fox Film Corp. © 24Jan26, 
L22336. R108408, 9Mar53, Twentieth Cen- 
tury-Fox Film Corp. (PWH) 

A FLYING FOOL, a photoplay in two reels by 
Fox Film Corp. © 13Dec25, L22141. 
R105174, 6Jan53, Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. (PWH) 

FORBIDDEN CARGO, a photoplay in five 
reels by R-C Pictures Corp. © 22Feb25, 
L21295. R106096, 21Jan53, RKO Radio 
Pictures, inc. (PWH) 

FORBIDDEN WATERS, a photoplay in six 
reels by Metropolitan Pictures Corp. of 
Calif. © 5Mar26, L22449. R109630, 
lApr53, Columbia Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

FROM A CABBY'S SEAT, a photoplay in two 
reels by Fox Film Corp. © 14Mar26. 
L22475. R109279, 26Mar53, Twentieth Cen- 
tury-Fox Film Corp. (PWH) 

THE FRONTIER TRAIL, a photoplay by 
Pathe Exchange. © 17May26. L22729. 
Rl 12967, 3Jun53, Columbia Pictures Corp. 
(PWH) 



THE. GILDED BUTTERFLY, a photoplay in 
six reels by Fox Film Corp. © 3Jan26, 
L22266. R108403, 9Mar53, Twentieth Cen- 
tury-Fox Film Corp. (PWH) 

THE GOLDEN COCOON, a photoplay in seven 
reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 18Jul25, 
L21656. R113234, 10Jun53, Warner Bros. 
Pictures, inc. (PCS) 

THE GOLDEN STRAIN, a photoplay in six 
reels by Fox Film Corp. © 27Dec25, 
L22166. R105177, 6Jan53, Twentieth Cen- 
tury-Fox Film Corp. (PWH) 

THE GRAND DUCHESS AND THE WAITER, 
a photoplay in seven reels by Famous 
Players-Lasky Corp. © llFeb26, L22392. 
R107854, 24Feb53, Paramount Pictures 
Corp. (PWH) 

THE GREEN ARCHER, a motion picture 
serial in ten episodes by Pathe Exchange. 
Two reels each. Renewed 6Mar53 by Co- 
lumbia Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

1. The ghost of Bellamy Castle. © 14Dec25, 
L22125. R108427. 

2. The midnight warning. © 14Dec25, 
L22126. R108428. 

3. In the enemy's stronghold. © 14Dec25, 
L22127. R108429. 

4. On the Storm King Road. © 26Dec25. 
L22229. R108430. 

5. The affair at the river. © 26Dec25, 
L22230. R108431. 



Jan.-June 



6. The mystery ship. © 26Dec25, L22231. 
R108432. 

7. Bellamy baits a trap. © 7Jan26, L22232. 
R108433. 

8. The cottage in the woods. © 25Jan26, 
L22327. R108434. 

9. The battle starts. © 9Feb26, L22385. 
R108435. 

10. The smoke clears away. © 17Feb26, 
L22410. R108436. 



H 



HANDS UP, a photoplay in seven reels by 
Famous Players-Lasky Corp. © llJan26, 
L22253. R105771, 16Jan53, Paramount 
Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

THE HANDSOME BRUTE, a photoplay in five 
reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. 
© llJan26, L22256. R106432, 28Jan53, 
Columbia Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

THE HAPPY WARRIOR, a photoplay in eight 
reels by Vitagraph Co. of America. 
© 15Jul25, L21654. R113232, 10Jun53, 
Warner Bros. Pictures, inc. (PCB) 

HARD BOILED, a photoplay in six reels by 
Fox Film Corp. © 29May26, L22794. 
R113153, njun53. Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. (PWH) 

HEART OF A SIREN, a photoplay in seven 
reels by First National Pictures. © 2Apr25, 
L21296. R107616, 18Feb53. Warner Bros. 
Pictures, inc. (PCB) 

HEART OF A TEMPTRESS, a photoplay in 
seven reels by First National Pictures. 
© 9Mar25, L21225. R107615, 18Feb53, 
Warner Bros. Pictures, inc. (PCB) 

HEAVY SWELLS, a photoplay in two reels 
by Fox Film Corp. © 6Dec25, L22105. 
R105171, 6Jan53, Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. (PWH) 

HELL'S 400, a photoplay in six reels by Fox 
Film Corp. © 14Mar26, L22561. R109283, 
26Mar53, Twentieth Century-Fox Film 
Corp. (PWH) 

HER HUSBAND'S SECRET, a photoplay in 
seven reels by First National Pictures. 
© 2Feb25, L21075. R105788, 19Jan53, 
Warner Bros. Pictures, inc. (PCB) 

HIGH AND HANDSOME, a photoplay in six 
reels by R-C Pictures Corp. © 21Jun25, 
L21775. R113959, 20Jun53, RKO Radio 
Pictures, inc. (PWH) 

HIS OWN LAWYER, a photoplay in two reels 
by Fox Film Corp. © 16Dec25, L22143. 
R105176, 6Jan53, Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. (PWH) 

HOW BAXTER BUTTED IN, a photoplay in 
seven reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. 
© 19May25, L21484. R109106, 20Mar53, 
Warner Bros. Pictures, inc. (PCB) 

THE HUMAN TORNADO, a photoplay in five 
reels by R-C Pictures Corp. © 21Jun25, 
L21596. R113958, 20Jun53, RKO Radio 
Pictures, inc. (PWH) 



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I WANT MY MAN, a photoplay in seven reels 
by First National Pictures. © 9Mar25, 
L21224. R107013, 10Feb53. Warner Bros. 
Pictures, inc. (PCB) 



THE JOHNSTOWN FLOOD, a photoplay in six 
reels by Fox Film Corp. © 28Feb26. 
L22511. R108416, 9Mar53, Twentieth Cen- 
tury-Fox Film Corp. (PWH) 



THE KEEPER OF THE BEES, a photoplay in 
seven reels by Gene Stratton Porter, inc. 
© 180ct25, L21966. R113966, 22Jun53, 
RKO Radio Pictures, inc. (PWH) 

A KISS FOR CINDERELLA, a photoplay in ten 
reels by Famous Players-Lasky Corp. 
© llJan26, L22254. R105772, 16Jan53, 
Paramount Pictures Corp. (PWH) 



LADIES OF LEISURE, a photoplay in six 
reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. 
© 13Feb26, L22398. R108438, 6Mar53, 
Columbia Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

LADY OF THE NIGHT, a photoplay in six 
reels by Metro-Goldwyn Pictures Corp. 
© 9Mar25, L21219. R106671, 3Feb53, 
Loew's Incorporated. (PWH) 

THE LAST LAUGH, a photoplay in seven 
reels by Ufa Films. © 26May25, L21503. 
R108145, 5Feb53, Attorney General of the 
United States (PWH) 

LET'S GET MARRIED, a photoplay in seven 
reels by Fanious Players-Lasky Corp. 
© 31Mar26, L22560. R112391, 22May53, 
Paramount Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

LET'S GO, GALLAGHER; a photoplay in five 
reels by R-C Pictures Corp. © 30Aug25, 
L21934. R113965, 22Jun53, RKO Radio 
Pictures, inc. (PWH) 

DER LETZTE MANN. SEE The last laugh. 
R108145. 

THE LIMITED MAIL, a photoplay in seven 
reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 16Jul25, 
L21655. R113233, 10Jun53, Warner Bros. 
Pictures, inc. (PCB) 

LIVING NATURAL HISTORY. A series of 
motion pictures by Raymond Lee Ditmars. 
1 reel each. © 30Apr25, M2971-3008. 
R108661-108698, 12Mar53, Gladyce Dit- 
mars (C) 

1. Anthropoid apes. 

2. New World monkeys. 

3. Old World monkeys. 

4. Cat animals. 

5. Bears. 

6. Canines and smaller carnivores. 

7. Miscellaneous carnivores, seals. 

8. Smaller rodents. 

9. The larger rodents. 

10. The prairie dog and the beaver. 

11. Deer. 

12. Bovines, sheep, goats, and antelope. 

13. Miscellaneous ungulates, giraffes, 
hippos, camels and wild swine. 

14. Odd toed ungulates and elephants. 

15. Chiroptera, Insectivora, Edentata. 

16. Marsupials, kangaroos, and opossums. 

17. Australian marsupials, monotremes. 

18. Perching birds and birds of prey. 

19. Aquatic birds, pelicans, cormorants, 
anseriformes. 

20. Miscellaneous birds. 

21. Various orders and wingless types. 

22. The viperine serpents. 

23. The larger serpents. 

24. New and old world harmless serpents. 

25. Colubrine poisonous serpents. 

26. New World lizards. 

27. Old World lizards. 

28. Crocodilians, turtles and tortoises. 

29. Toads and frogs. 

30. The tailed amphibians. 

31. Insects, Neuroptera, Odonata, Homoptera. 

32. Insects, Hemiptera, Orthoptera. 

33. Insects, Coleoptera, Lepidoptera. 

34. Transformations of butterflies and 
moths. 

35. Moths. 

36. Hymenoptera and Diptera. 

37. Millipedes, centipedes, and spiders. 

38. American web spinning spiders. 



1953 



MOTION PICTURES— RENEWALS 



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LORD JIM, a photoplay in seven reels by 
Famous Players-Lasky Corp. © 14Dec25, 
L22118. R105149. 12Jan53, Paramount 
Corp. (PWH) 

THE LUCKY LADY, a photoplay in six reels 
by Famous Players-Lasky Corp. 
© 27Apr26, L22642. R112394, 22May53, 
Paramount Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

LUNA-CY, a motion picture by Pathe Ex- 
change. © 18May25, M3042. R107856, 
24Feb53, Paramount Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

THE LURE OF THE WILD, a photoplay in six 
reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. 
© 28Dec25, L22172. R105196, 5Jan53, 
Columbia Pictures Corp. (PWH) 



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THE MAD RACER, a photoplay in two reels 
by Fox Film Corp. © 18Apr26, L22618. 
R113144, llJun53, Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. (PWH) 

THE MAKING OF O'MALLEY, a photoplay in 
eight reels by First National Pictures. 
© 23Jun25, L21576. R109108, 20Mar53, 
Warner Bros. Pictures, inc. (PCB) 

MAN AND MAID, a photoplay in six reels by 
Metro-Goldwyn Pictures Corp. © 22Apr25, 
L21490. R106807, 4Feb53, Loew's Incor- 
porated (PWH) 

THE MAN FOUR-SQUARE, a photoplay in 
five reels by Fox Film Corp. © 2May26, 
L22705. R113149, llJun53, Twentieth Cen- 
tury-Fox Film Corp. (PWH) 

THE MAN WITHOUT A CONSCIENCE, a 
photoplay in seven reels by Warner Bros. 
Pictures. © 21Feb25, L21176. R105790, 
19Jan53, Warner Bros. Pictures, inc. (PCB) 

MANNEQUIN, a photoplay in seven reels by 
Famous Players-Lasky Corp. © llJan26, 
L22252. R105770, 16Jan53, Paramount 
Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

THE MARRIAGE WHIRL, a photoplay in eight 
reels by Corinne Griffith Productions. 
© 21Jul25, L21666. R113235, 10Jun53, 
Warner Bros. Pictures, inc. (PCB) 

MATRIMONY BLUES, a photoplay in two reels 
by Fox Film Corp. © 16May26, L22B01. 
R113154, llJun53, Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. (PWH) 

THE MILLION DOLLAR HANDICAP, a 
photoplay in six reels by Metropolitan Pic- 
tures Corp. of California. © 20Jan26, 
L22281. R106434, 28Jan53, Columbia Pic- 
tures Corp. (PWH) 

MOANA, a photoplay in seven reels by Famous 
Players-Lasky Corp. © 24Feb26, M3348. 
R109236, 24Mar53, Paramount Pictures 
Corp. (PWH) 

THE MONSTER, a photoplay in seven reels 
by Metro-Goldwyn Pictures Corp. © 9Mar25, 
L21216. R106670, 3Feb53, Loew's Incor- 
porated. (PWH) 

MOVING DAY, a photoplay in two reels by 
Fox Film Corp. © 14Mar26, L22530. 
R109281, 26Mar53, Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. (PWH) 

MY OWN PAL, a photoplay in six reels by 
Fox Film Corp. © 14Feb26, L22399. 
R108412, 9Mar53, Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. (PWH) 

MY WIFE AND I, a photoplay in seven reels 
by Warner Bros. Pictures. © 14Mar25, 
L21247. R107015. 10Feb53. Warner Bros. 
Pictures, inc. (PCB) 



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THE NECESSARY EVIL, a photoplay in seven 
reels by First National Pictures. © 4May25, 
L21419. R109102, 20Mar53, Warner Bros. 
Pictures, inc. (PCB) 

THE NEW KLONDIKE, a photoplay in seven 
reels by Famous Players-Lasky Corp. 
© 15Mar26, L22497. R109239, 24Mar53, 
Paramount Pictures Corp. (PWH) 



AN OFFICER OF THE DAY, a photoplay in 
two reels by Fox Film Corp. © 7Feb26, 
L22382. R108409, 9Mar53, Twentieth Cen- 
tury-Fox Film Corp. (PWH) 

ONE WAY STREET, a photoplay in six reels 
by First National Pictures. © 20Mar25, 
L21251. R107016, 10Feb53, Warner Bros. 
Pictures, inc. (PCB) 

ONE YEAR TO LIVE, a photoplay in seven 
reels by First National Pictures. 
© 12Feb25. L21127. R105789, 19Jan53, 
Warner Bros. Pictures, inc. (PCB) 

OUCH, a motion picture by Pathe Exchange. 
© 17Dec25, M3250. R107858, 24Feb53, 
Paramount Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

THE OUTSIDER, a photoplay in two reels 
by Fox Film Corp. © 17Jan26, L22334. 
R108406, 9Mar53, Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. (PWH) 



THE PACEMAKERS, a motion picture serial 
in twelve episodes by R-C Pictures Corp. 
Two reels each. Renewed by RKO Radio 
Pictures, inc. (PWH) 

2. He who gets rapped. © 15Mar25, 
L21326. R106097. 21Jan53. 

6. The covered flagon. © 10May25, 
L21459. R106098, 21Jan53. 

7. Madame sans gin. © 24May25, L21523. 
R106099, 21Jan53. 

THE PALACE OF PLEASURE, a photoplay 
in six reels by Fox Film Corp. © 3Jan26, 
L22269. R108404, 9Mar53, Twentieth Cen- 
tury-Fox Film Corp. (PWH) 

THE PALM BEACH GIRL, a photoplay in 
seven reels by Famous Players-Lasky 
Corp. © 18May26, L22744. R112397, 
22May53, Paramount Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

A PARISIAN KNIGHT, a photoplay in two reels 
by Fox Film Corp. © 6Dec25, L22104. 
R105170, 6Jan53, Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. (PWH) 

PARTNERS AGAIN, a photoplay in six reels 
by Samuel Goldwyn. © 13Feb26. L22397. 
R108223, 2Mar53, Frances Howard Gold- 
wyn (PWH) 

PARTNERS AGAIN, a photoplay in six reels by 
Samuel Goldwyn. © 13Feb26, L22397. 
R108224. 2Mar53. Frances Howard Goldwyn 
(PCW) 

PAWNSHOP POLITICS, a photoplay in two 
reels by Fox Film Corp. © 7Feb26. L22383. 
R108410, 9Mar53, Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. (PWH) 

THE PEACEMAKERS, a photoplay in two 
reels by Fox Film Corp. © 8Nov25, L21994. 
R105164, 6Jan53, Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. (PWH) 

THE POLAR BARON, a photoplay in two reels 
by Fox Film Corp. © 28Mar26, L22617. 
R109625, 31Mar53, Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. (PWH) 

PRETTY LADIES, a photoplay in six reels 
by Metro-Goldwyn Pictures Corp. 
© 10Aug25, L21723. R108456, 9Mar53, 
Loew's Incorporated (PWH) 



PROUD FLESH, a photoplay in seven reels 
by Metro-Goldwyn Pictures Corp. 
© 22Apr25, L21377. R106806, 4Feb53, 
Loew's Inco'-norated (PWH) 



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RAFFLES, THE AMATEUR CRACKSMAN, 
a photoplay in six reels by Universal Pic- 
tures Corp. © 10Apr25, L21350. R107719, 
20Feb53, Frances Howard Goldwyn (PCW) 

RAFFLES, THE AMATEUR CRACKSMAN, 
a photoplay in six reels by Universal Pic- 
tures Corp. © 10Apr25, L21350. R107720, 
20Feb53, Frances Howard Goldwyn (PWH) 

RAH! rah; HEIDELBERG! A photoplay in 
two reels by Fox Film Corp. © I0May28, 
L22706. R113150, llJun53, Twentieth Cen- 
tury-Fox Film Corp. (PWH) 

THE RAINMAKER, a photoplay in seven reels 
by Famous Players-Lasky Corp. 
© 10May26. L22699. R112395, 22May53. 
Paramount Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

RECOMPENSE, a photoplay in seven reels by 
Warner Bros. Pictures. © 26Feb25, 
L21190. R105791, 19Jan53, Warner Bros. 
Pictures, inc. (PCB) 

THE REPORTER, a photoplay in two reels by 
Fox Film Corp. © 7Mar26, L22463. 
R108415, 9Mar53; Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. (PWH) 

RIDIN' THE WIND, a photoplay in six reels 
by R-C Pictures Corp. © 9Aug25, L22015. 
R113967, 22Jun53, RKO Radio Pictures, 
inc. (PWH) 

THE ROAD TO GLORY, a photoplay in six 
reels by Fox Film Corp. © 7Feb26, 
L22413. R108413. 9Mar53, Twentieth 
Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH) 

ROCKING MOON, a photoplay in seven reels 
by Metropolitan Pictures Corp. of Califor- 
nia. © llJan26, L22259. R106433, 28Jan53, 
Columbia Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

THE RUNAWAY TAXI, a motion picture by 
Pathe Exchange. © 17Dec25, M3249. 
R107857, 24Feb53, Paramount Pictures 
Corp. (PWH) 

RUSTLING FOR CUPID, a photoplay in five 
reels by Fox Film Corp. © 4Apr26, 
L22673. R113147, llJun53, Twentieth 
Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH) 



SALLY, a photoplay in nine reels by First 
National Pictures. © 12Mar25, L21235. 
R107014, 10Feb53, Warner Bros. Pictures, 
inc. (PCB) 

SANDY, a photoplay in eight reels by Fox 
Film Corp. © 31Mar26, L22556. R109622, 
31Mar53, Twentieth Century-Fox Film 
Corp. (PWH) 

THE SCARLET WEST, a photoplay in nine 
reels by First National Pictures. © 2Jul25, 
L21625. R113228, 10Jun53, Warner Bros. 
Pictures, inc. (PCB) 

SEA HORSES, a photoplay in seven reels by 
Famous Players-Lasky Corp. © 5Mar26, 
L23236. R109240, 24Mar53, Paramount 
Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

SEVEN CHANCES, a photoplay in six reels by 
Buster Keaton Productions. © 22Apr25, 
L21376. R106805, 4Feb53, Loew's Incor- 
porated (PWH) 

THE SHAMROCK HANDICAP, a photoplay 
in six reels by Fox Film Corp. © 26Apr26, 
L22716. R113152, llJun53, Twentieth 
Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH) 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Jan.-June 



SHIPWRECKED, a photoplay in seven reels 
by Metropolitan Pictures Corp. of Califor- 
nia. © 18May26, L22745. R112968. 3Jun53, 
Columbia Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

SIBERIA, a photoplay in seven reels by Fox 
Film Corp. © 28Mar26, L22611. R109624, 
31Mar53, Twentieth Century-Fox Film 
Corp. (PWH) 

SIEGE, a photoplay in seven reels by Univer- 
sal Pictures Corp. © 10Jun25, L21557. 
RH2680, 25May53, Universal Pictures Co., 
inc. (PWH) 

A SLAVE OF FASHION, a photoplay in six 
reels by Metro-Goldwyn Pictures Corp. 
© 22Jul25, L21673. R108454, 9Mar53, 
Loew's Incorporated (PWH) 

A SOCIAL CELEBRITY, a photoplay in six 
reels by Famous Players -Lasky Corp. 
© 31Mar26, L22559. R112390, 22May53, 
Paramount Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

THE SOCIAL TRIANGLE, a photoplay in two 
reels by Fox Film Corp. © 9May26, 
L22714. R113151, llJun53, Twentieth 
Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH) 

THE SPLENDID CRIME, a photoplay in seven 
reels by Famous Players-Lasky Corp. 
© 5Jan25, L22228. R105769, 16Jan53, 
Paramount Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

SPOOK RANCH, a photoplay in six reels by 
Universal Pictures Corp. © 3Jun25, 
L21531. R112678, 25May53, Universal 
Pictures Co., inc. (PWH) 

THE SPORTING VENUS, a photoplay in seven 
reels by Metro-Goldwyn Pictures Corp. 
© 21May25, L21516. R108451, 9Mar53, 
Loew's Incorporated (PWH) 

STEEL PREFERED, a photoplay in seven 
reels by Metropolitan Pictures Corp. of 
Calif. © 14Dec25, L22132. R105194, 
5Jan53, Columbia Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

STEELE OF THE ROYAL MOUNTED, a 
photoplay in six reels by Vitagraph Co. of 
America. © 4Jul25, L21638. R113229, 
10Jun53, Warner Bros. Pictures, inc. 
(PCB) 

STELLA DALLAS, a photoplay in eleven 
reels by Samuel Goldwyn. © 24Feb26, 
L22421. R112243, 19May53, Howard Pic- 
tures, inc. (PWH) 

STELLA DALLAS, a photoplay in eleven 
reels by Samuel Goldwyn. © 24Feb26, 
L22421. R112244, 19May53, Howard Pic- 
tures, inc. (PCW) 

STOP, LOOK, AND LISTEN, a photoplay by 
Pathe Exchange. © lFeb26, L22348. 
R108437, 6Mar53, Columbia Pictures Corp. 
(PWH) 

SUN UP, a photoplay in seven reels by 
Metro -Goldwyn- Mayer Corp. © 10Aug25, 
L21714. R108455. 9Mar53, Loew's Incor- 
porated (PWH) 



THE TALKER, a photoplay in eight reels by 
First National Pictures. © llMay25, 
L21446. R10903, 20Mar53, Warner Bros. 
Pictures, inc. (PCB) 

THE TEASER, a photoplay in seven reels 
by Universal Pictures Corp. © 2Jun25, 



L21532. R112679. 25May53. Universal 
Pictures Co., inc. (PWH) 

THAT DEVIL QUEMADO, a photoplay in two 
reels by R-C Pictures Corp. © 5Apr25, 
L21556. R107099, 21Jan53, RKO Radio 
Pictures, inc. (PWH) 

THREE WISE CROOKS, a photoplay in six 
reels by R-C Pictures Corp. © 6Sep25, 
L21892. R113964. 22Jun53, RKO Radio 
Pictures, inc. (PWH) 

THE THRILL HUNTER, a photoplay in six 
reels by Columbia Pictures Corp. 
© 19Feb26, L22414. R108439, 6Mar53, 
Columbia Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

TIDES OF PASSION, a photoplay in seven 
reels by Vitagraph Co. of America. 
© 6Apr25, L21344. R109078, 19Mar53, 
Warner Bros. Pictures, inc. (PCB) 

TONY RUNS WILD, a photoplay in six reels 
by Fox Film Corp. © llApr26, L22615. 
R113143, llJun53, Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. (PWH) 

TOO MANY RELATIONS, a photoplay in two 
reels by Fox Film Corp. © 28Apr26, 
L22659. R113146, lljun53. Twentieth 
Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH) 

THE TOWER OF LIES, a photoplay in seven 
reels by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 
© llSep25, L21882. R109188, 20Mar53, 
Loew's Incorporated (PWH) 

TRACKED IN THE SNOW COUNTRY, a 
photoplay in seven reels by Warner Bros. 
Pictures. © 23Apr25, L21386. R109081, 
19Mar53, Warner Bros. Pictures, inc. 
(PCB) 

TWO LIPS IN HOLLAND, a photoplay in two 
reels by Fox Film Corp. © 14Mar26, 
L22476. R109280, 26Mar53, Twentieth 
Century-Fox Film Corp. (PWH) 



U 



THE UNHOLY THREE, a photoplay in seven 
reels by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp. 
© 24Jun25, L21593. R108452, 9Mar53. 
Loew's Incorporated (PWH) 

THE UNTAMED LADY, a photoplay in seven 
reels by Fannous Players-Lasky Corp. 
© 22Mar26, L22508. R112389, 22May53, 
Paramount Pictures Corp. (PWH) 



W 



WAGES FOR WIVES, a photoplay in seven 
reels by Fox Film Corp. © 29Nov25, 
L22056. R105169. 6Jan53, Twentieth Cen- 
tury-Fox Film Corp. (PWH) 

THE WANDERER, a photoplay in nine reels 
by Famous Players-Lasky Corp. © 4Feb26, 
L22355. R107009, 10Feb53, Paramount 
Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

THE WAY OF A GIRL, a photoplay in six 
reels by Metro-Goldwyn Pictures Corp. 
© 31Mar25, L21286. R106674, 3Feb53, 
Loew's Incorporated (PWH) 

WELCOME HOME, a photoplay in six reels 
by Famous Players-Lasky Corp. 
© 15May25, L21468. R109105, 20Mar53, 
Warner Bros. Pictures, inc. (PWH) 

WET PAINT, a photoplay in six reels by 
Famous Players-Lasky Corp. © 18May26, 
L22743. R112396, 22May53, Paramount 
Pictures Corp. (PWH) 



WHEN THE DOOR OPENED, a photoplay in 
seven reels by Fox Film Corp. © 15Nov25, 
L22142. R105175, 6Jan53, Twentieth 
Century-Fox Corp. (PWH) 

THE WHITE DESERT, a photoplay in seven 
reels by Metro-Goldwyn Pictures Corp. 
© 22Jul25, L21668. R108453, 9Mar53, 
Loew's Incorporated (PWH) 

THE WIFE WHO WASN'T WANTED, a photo- 
play in seven reels by Warner Bros. Pic- 
tures. © 14Jul25, L21650. R113231. 
10Jun53, Warner Bros. Pictures, inc. 
(PCB) 

WILD WEST, a motion picture serial in ten 
episodes by Pathe Exchange. Two reels 
each unless otherwise indicated. Renewed 
5Jan53 by Columbia Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

1. The land rush. Three reels. © llSep25, 
L21811. R105184. 

2. On the show. © llSep25, L21812. 
R105185. 

3. The outlaw elephant. © llSep25, L21813. 
R105186. 

4. Ride 'em cowboy. © 20Oct25, L21927. 
R105187. 

5. The rustler's stampede. © 20Oct25, 
L21928. R105188. 

6. The diamond girl. © 290ct25, L21949. 
R105189. 

7. The champion cowboy. © 290ct25, 
L21950. R105190. 

8. Under the buffalo stampede. © 12Nov25, 
L21992. R105191. 

9. Stolen evidence. © 12Nov25, L21993. 
R105192. 

10. The law decides. © 14Dec25, L22124. 
R105193. 

THE WOMAN HATER, a photoplay in seven 
reels by Warner Bros. Pictures. 
© 12May25. L21456. R109104, 20Mar53, 
Warner Bros. Pictures, inc. (PCB) 

A WOMAN OF LETTERS, a photoplay in two 
reels by Fox Film Corp. © 7Feb26, L22386. 
R108411, 9Mar53, Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. (PWH) 

A WOMAN OF THE WORLD, a photoplay in 
seven reels by Famous Players-Lasky 
Corp. © 25Jan26, L22324. R107853, 
24Feb53, Paramount Pictures Corp. (PWH) 

WOMANHANDLED, a photoplay in seven 
reels by Famous Players-Lasky Corp. 
© 21Dec25, L22163. R105150, 12Jan53, 
Paramount Pictures Corp. (PWH) 



THE YANKEE SENOR, a photoplay in five 
reels by Fox Film Corp. © 27Dec52, 
L22167. R105178, 6Jan53, Twentieth Cen- 
tury-Fox Film Corp. (PWH) 

YELLOW FINGERS, a photoplay in six reels 
by Fox Film Corp. © 21Mar26, L22555. 
R109282, 26Mar53, Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. (PWH) 



ZANDER THE GREAT, a photoplay in eight 
reels by the Cosmopolitan Corp. © 20May25 
L21491. R111637, 5May53, Loew's Incor- 
porated (PWH) 

ZOWIE, a motion picture by Pathe Exchange. 
© 10Apr25, M2965. R107855, 24Feb53, 
Paramount Pictures Corp. (PWH) 



INDEX OF CLAIMANTS, PRODUCING COMPANIES, 
SPONSORS AND AUTHORS 



An alphabetical list of claimants, producing and releasing companies, and spon- 
sors of the motion pictures and filmstrips which are described in the first sec- 
tion of this catalog. The names of the authors of the related literary works are 
included if known. Complete data regarding titles which are followed by the 
symbol (R) will be found in the "Renewals" section. The copyright symbol follow- 
ing a title indicates that the person or firm under which it is listed is the claim- 
ant of copyright. 



ABTCON PICTURES. INC. 

145 N. Robertson Blvd., Beverly Hills, 
Calif. 
Ghost ship. © 

ADRIAN WEISS PRODUCTIONS. SEE Weiss 
(Adrian) Productions. 

ALBINSON, ELMER. 

Audio-Visual Section, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis. 
Homespun. © 

ALL-SCOPE PICTURES, INC. 

7525 Beverly Blvd.. Hollywood 36. 
Sunny Sweet in Good wrinkles. 

ALLEN, ROBERT JOHN. 
Preventive maintenance: circuit breakers. 

ALLIED ARTISTS PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
4376 Sunset Drive, Hollywood 27. 
Cow country. 
Fangs of the Arctic. 
Fort vengeance. 
The homesteaders. 
Jalopy. 

Kansas Pacific. © 
Loose in London. 
The marksman. 
Rebel city. 

The roar of the crowd. 
Son of Belle Starr. © 
Star of Texas. © 
Tangier incident. © 
White lightning. 

ALUMINUM COMPANY OF AMERICA. 
On the money. © 

AMENDOLA. HILDA R. See De Rosa Jordan 
Productions. 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR HEALTH, 
PHYSICAL EDUCATION, AND RECREATION. 
NATIONAL SECTION ON WOMEN'S 
ATHLETICS. 
Rules of girls' basketball, 1952-1953. 

AMERICAN BAKERIES COMPANY. 
The Merita way to success. 

AMERICAN DANCING INSTRUCTION RECORD 
AND FILM COMPANY. 

10010 Euclid Ave., Cleveland. 
Waltz, man's part. © 
Waltz, woman's part. © 
Yankee Doodle dance. © 

AMERICAN INSTRUCTION RECORD AND 
FILM COMPANY. SEE American Dancing 
Instruction Record and Film Company. 



AMERICAN RADIATOR AND STANDARD 
SANITARY CORPORATION. 
My wife tells me. © 

AMERICAN-STANDARD. SEE American 
Radiator and Standard Sanitary Corporation. 

AMERICAN STEEL DREDGE COMPANY, 
INC. WAYNE CRANE DIVISION. 

Fort Wayne, Ind. 
Meet the heavyweights. © 

ANDERSEN, HANS CHRISTIAN. 
The emperor's new clothes. 

ANGEL (DANIEL) FILMS. LTD. 

145 No. Robertson Blvd, Beverly Hills, 
Calif. 
The slasher. © 
Twilight women. © 

ANOUILH, JEAN. 
Romfeo et Jeanette. SEE Monsoon. 

ANTHELME, PAUL. 
Nos deux consciences. SEE I confess. 

APEX FILM CORPORATION. 

1040 N. Las Palmas Ave., Los Angeles 38. 
The Merita way to success. © 
Mightier than the sword. © 
No greater love. © 



ARCH OBOLER PRODUCTIONS. 
Oboler (.Arch) Productions. 



SEE 



ARMSTRONG CORK COMPANY. 
Lancaster, Pa. 
The employment interview of Charles G. 
Kane. © 

ARROW PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

145 N. Robertson Blvd., Beverly Hills, 
Calif. 
Eyes of the jungle. © 
White goddess. © 

ART FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

c/o Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 

444 W. 56th St., New York. 
Birth of Venus; art of the Renaissance. © 
Joy of living; the art of Renoir. © 
The night watch; the art of Rembrandt. © 
The young immortal; the art of Raphael. © 

ASSOCIATED SCREEN NEWS, LTD. 
The roaring game. 

AUDIO PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
630 9th Ave., New York 36. 
Therapy with Cortone. 
Vinethene in dental anesthesia. 

AUDIO-VISUAL EXTENSION SERVICE, CITY 
COLLEGE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS. SEE 
New York. City College. School of Business 
and Civic Administration. .Audio-Visual 
Extension Service. 



AUTRY (GENE) PRODUCTIONS, 
c/o Columbia Pictures Corp., 
1438 N. Gower St., Hollywood. 
Goldtown ghost riders. © 
On top of Old Smoky. © 
Pack train. © 
Winning of the West. © 

AVALON DAGGETT PRODUCTIONS. SEE 
Daggett (Avalon) Productions. 

AVERY, ELIZABETH S. 
Personal health for girls. 
Rest that builds good health. 



B 



BAER, LEWIS S. 

322 E. 19th St., New York 3. 
Time for television. © 

BAIR, HARVEY ELMER. 
Our Pennsylvania. 

BANNISTER, CONSTANCE. 
For teachers only, a bit of philoso-fun. 

BATCHELOR, RUTH. 
Controlled exposure. 

BAX, ROGER, PSEUD SEE Winterton, Paul. 

BEACH, FRANK HERMAN. 
Textbook of salesmanship. SEE 
Approach. 
Making that sale. 
Preapproach. 
Prospecting. 

BECKWORTH CORPORATION, 
c/o Columbia Pictures Corp. 
1438 N. Gower St., Hollywood. 
Salome. © 

BELDEN, CHARLES S. 
House of wax. 

BELL, KATHRYN. 
Controlled exposure. Set T. 

BENDER, ERIC. 
The new Down the river road. 
The new Through the green gate. 

BENDIX-WESTINGHOUSE AUTOMOTIVE 
AIR BRAKE COMPANY. 
Teamwork in transit. 

BERNHARD-VIDOR PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
Ruby Gentry. 

BING CROSBY ENTERPRISES, INC. SEE 
Crosby (Bing) Enterprises, inc. 

BISHOP, CURTIS KENT. 
Shadow Range. SEE Cow country. 



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BLACKHAWK FILMS, INC. 

517 Main St., Davenport, Iowa. 
The Golden State. © 
The Olympian Hiawatha. © 

BLACKLOCK, LES. 

3948 Zarthan Ave., Minneapolis. 
Deer live with danger. © 

BLANKFORT, MICHAEL. 
The juggler. 

BLUE GARDENIA PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
321 W. 44th St., New York. 
The blue gardenia. © 

BORAX CONSOLIDATED LTD. 
100 Park Ave., New York 17. 
The bandits of Panamint. © 
The bell of San Gabriel. © 
The chivaree. © 
Claim Jumpin' Jennie. © 
Cynthy's dream dress. © 
The Death Valley Kid. © 
The lady with the blue silk umbrella. © 
The rival hash houses. © 
Self made man. © 
Swamper Ike. © 

BOYD (WILLIAM) PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

8901 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, Calif. 
Alien range. © 
Black waters. © 
Blind encounter. © 
Dangerous venture. 
Don Colorado. © 
False paradise. 
The feud. © 
Fool's gold. 
Ghost trails. © 
Guns across the border. © 
Hoppy's holiday. 
The knife of Carlos Valero. ® 
The marauders. 
Marked cards. © 
Sinister journey. 
The trap. © 
The vanishing herd. © 

BRADBURY, RAY. 
The beast from 20,000 fathoms. 

BRADFIELD, MARGARET. 

Hillspur Rd., Barton Hills, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Growing things. 
Homespun holiday. © 
Paolo's birthday ride. © 
Piet takes a barge trip. © 
Robi's Alpine summer. © 
Simone's surprise. © 
The ski meet. © 

BRADFIELD (MARGARET) ASSOCIATES. 
Hillspur Rd., Barton Hills, Ann Arbor, 
Mich. 
Growing things. © 

BRANDON FILMS, INC. 
Shadowland. 

BRINK, CAROL RYRIE. 
Stopover. SEE All I desire. 

BRITISH FILM MAKERS, LTD. 
38 South St , London 1. 
The importance of being Earnest. © 
Island rescue. © 

BRITISH LION FILM CORPORATION, LTD. 
76 Wardour St., London W. 1. 
The tales of Hoffmann. © 

BROIDY (WILLIAM F.) PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
5545 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood. 
Behind southern lines. © 
The ghost of Crossbone Canyon. © 
Trail of the arrow. © 
The yellow haired kid. © 

BROWN, KARL. 
The vanquished. 

BROWN AND BIGELOW. 
Quality Park, St. Paul 4. 



The approach in selling and what it means 

to you. © 
The close. © 

BRUNNER. ADELINE. 
Preschool patterns. 

BUCKNER, ROBERT. 
The man behind the gun. 

BUICK MOTOR DIVISION, GENERAL MOTORS 
CORPORATION. SEE General Motors 
Corporation. Buick Motor Division. 

BURNETT, WILLIAM RILEY. 
Law and order. 

BURNFORD, PAUL. SEE Burnford (Paul) 
Productions. 

BURNFORD (PAUL) PRODUCTIONS. 
1431 Warner Ave., Los Angeles. 
Art and motion. © 

BURSTYN (JOSEPH) INC. 

113 W. 42d St., New York 36. 
Fear and desire. © 
Justice is done. 

BUS FEKETE, LASZLO. 
The girl next door. 

BUSH-FEKETE, L. SEE B6s Fekete, L4szl6. 

BYRON JACKSON COMPANY. SEE Jackson 
(Byron) Company. 



C.I.N, E.S. SEE Cines. 

CALIFORNIA PRUNE AND APRICOT 
GROWERS ASSOCIATION. 

P.O. Box 670, San Jose, Calif. 
Sunny Sweet in Good wrinkles. © 

CAMPBELL SOUP COMPANY. 

100 Market St., Camden 1, N. J. 
The magic shelf. © 

CAMRAS, MARVIN. 
Television: How it worksl 

CANADA. NATIONAL FILM BOARD. 
Yoho, wonder valley. 

CAPLIN, ALFRED GERALD. 

Batula. 

Evil Eye Fleagle. 
Frank N. Stein. 
The frog man. 
The haunted house. 
The ice man. 
Lonely hearts. 
Match head. 
Mr. Ditto. 
The onion ring. 
The sleep walker. 
The suit. 
Swenn Golly. 

CAPP, AL, PSEUD. SEE Caplin, Alfred 
Gerald. 

CARROLL, CURT, PSEUD. 
The golden herd. SEE San Antone. 

CASSIRER, HENRY R. 

Segy Gallery, 708 Lexington Ave., 
New York 22. 
Buma; African sculpture speaks. © 

CASTLE FILMS, INC. 

30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York. 
Camera magic. © 

SEE ALSO United World Films, inc. 
Castle Films Division. 

CASTLE FILMS DIVISION, UNITED WORLD 
FILMS, INC. SEE United World Films, inc. 
Castle Films Division. 

CATTO, MAX. 
Bad blonde. 



CENTRON CORPORATION, INC. 

1107 Massachusetts St., Lawrence, Kan. 
Cooking series. © 

Dressings and bandages used in first aid. 
First aid for bleeding and shock. 
First aid for bone, muscle, & joint 

injuries. 
First aid for injuries caused by heat and 

cold. 
First aid for wounds. 
First aid in common emergencies. 
Infant care series. © 
Intermediate art series. © 
The procrastinator. 
Responsibility. 
Snakes can be interesting. © 
Street safety is your problem. © 
Transportation of the injured. 
The use of artificial respiration in first 

aid. 
Your cleanliness. 
Your responsibilities in first aid. 

CHAMPION PAPER AND FIBRE COMPANY. 
Hamilton, Ohio. 
Deep roots. © 
Good business. © 

CHANCE (A. B.) COMPANY. 
Chance for more sales. © 

CHERTOK (JACK) PRODUCTIONS. INC. 
1040 N. Las Palmas Ave., Hollywood 38. 
Bandits in uniform. 
Best laid plans. 
Black gold. 
The condemned man. 
Delayed action. 
The deserter. 
Desperado at large. 
Devil's bog. 
The Durango Kid. 
The empty strongbox. 
Frame for two. 
The godless men. 
Indian Charlie. 
Jeb's gold mine. 
The map. 
Mrs. Banker. 
The new neighbor. 
Outlaw underground. 
Outlaw's son. 
The pledge. 
Ranger in danger. 
The right to vote. 
The sheriff's son. 
Sinner by proxy. 
Son by adoption. 
Special edition. 
A stage for madamoiselle. 
Through the wall. 
Trader Boggs. 
Treason at Dry Creek. 
Trial by fire. 
Trouble in town. 
Tumblerock law. 

CHERTOK TELEVISION, INC. 

1040 N. Las Palmas Ave., Hollywood 38. 
Private secretary. © 

CHEVROLET DIVISION, GENERAL MOTORS 
CORPORATION. SEE General Motors 
Corporation. Chevrolet Motor Division. 

CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION, GENERAL 
MOTORS CORPORATION. SEE General 
Motors Corporation. Chevrolet Motor 
Division. 

CHILD STUDY ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA. 
Time for television. 

CHRISTIAN EDUCATION PRESS. 
1505 Race St., Philadelphia 2. 
The growth in our idea of God. © 
One world. © 

CHRYSLER CORPORATION. 
P. O. Box 1919, Detroit 31. 
Chrysler New Yorker DeLuxe vs. Lincoln 

Capri. ® 
Comparison tells the value story: The '53 
Plymouth Cranbrook versus the Ford 
Customline Eight. © 



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Complete service builds customer 

loyalty. © 
Concentrate your fire: a comparison of the 

Chrysler Windsor deluxe and the Buick 

super. © 
Demonstrate, and they'll like it. © 
Dr. Watson chooses wisely between the 

Chrysler New Yorker deluxe and the Buick 

Roadmaster. © 
The double-bladed knife. © 
Explain the differences. © 
Hydraulic tappets: Battery performance. © 
Land battleship. © 
1953 body service. © 
Oil and grease seals. © 
Plymouth Hy-drive. © 
Serve a need, make a sale. © 
Steering alignment and gear shifting. © 
The story of combustion. © 
Value is more than skin deep (Plymouth vs. 

Chevrolet comparison film) © 
X marks the spot for sales. © 

CHRYSLER CORPORATION. CHRYSLER 
SALES DIVISION. 
Chrysler New Yorker DeLuxe vs. Lincoln 

Capri. 
Concentrate your fire: a comparison of the 

Chrysler Windsor deluxe and the Buick 

super. 
X marks the spot for sales. 

CHRYSLER CORPORATION. DE SOTO 
DIVISION. 

P. O. Box 1919, Detroit 31. 
Comparing the De Soto Powermaster with 

the Mercury. © 
De Soto versus Pontiac for '53. © 
A detailed comparison of the distinguished 

new De Soto Firedome V8 with the 1953 

Oldsmobile "98". © 

CHRYSLER CORPORATION. DODGE 
DIVISION. 
The double-bladed knife. 

CHRYSLER CORPORATION. PLYMOUTH 
DIVISION. 
Comparison tells the value story: The '53 

Plymouth Cranbrook versus the Ford 

Customline Eight. 
Value is more than skin deep (Plymouth 

vs. Chevrolet comparison film) 

CHRYSLER SALES DIVISION, CHRYSLER 
CORPORATION. SEE Chrysler Corpo- 
ration. Chrysler Sales Division. 

CHUDNOW (DAVID) PRODUCTIONS. 

c/o Abraham B. Mandel, 8373 Melrose 
Ave., Los Angeles 46. 
Meet Inspector Remy. © 

CHURCH-CRAFT PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
Peter and the Resurrection. 

CHURCH OF GOD. WOMAN'S MISSIONARY 
SOCIETY. 

1303 E. 5th St., Anderson, Ind. 
They are a great host. © 

CINEMA SERVICE CORPORATION. 
106 West End Ave., New York 23. 
Carnival gal. © 

CINERAMA PRODUCTIONS CORPORATION. 
488 Madison Ave., New York. 
This is Cinerama. © 

CINES 

1501 Broadway, New York 18. 
Via Santa Susanna 17, Rome, Italy. 
Luxury girls. © 

CIRCLE FILM ENTERPRISES, INC. 

4120 Sepulveda Blvd., Culver City. Calif. 
Bangkok, golden temple paradise. © 
Hongkong, where two worlds meet. © 

CITY COLLEGE, NEW YORK. SEE New 
York. City College. 



CLIFFORD J. KAMEN PRODUCTIONS. 
SEE Kamen (Clifford J.) Productions. 

COCA-COLA COMPANY. 

515 Madison Ave., New York. 
The case for the upper case. © 
15,000 customers can't be wrong. © 
It has to be your idea. © 
Over the fence; on the dealer's side, 

that is. © 
Tie a string around the finger. © 
To sell em, just tell 'em. © 

COCKRELL, EUSTACE. 
Fast company. 

COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG, INC. 

Goodwin Bldg., Henry St., Williamsburg, 
Va. 
The colonial printer. © 

COLUMBIA PICTURES CORPORATION. 
1438 N. Gower St., Hollywood, Calif. 
All ashore. © 

Ambush at Tomahawk Gap. © 
Booty and the beast. © 
Candid microphone. © 
Captains outrageous. © 
Casey of the Coast Guard. (R) © 
The danger girl. (R) © 
The dice woman. (R) © 
Driftin' thru. (R) © 
The emperor's new clothes. © 
The fate of a flirt. (R) © 
The 5,000 fingers of Dr. T. 
Forbidden waters. (R) © 
The 49th man. © 
The frontier trail. (R) © 
The glass wall. © 
Goldtown ghost riders. 
The Green Archer. (R) © 
The handsome brute. (R) © 
Jack McCall, desperado. © 
The juggler. 
Jungle monarchs. © 
Ladies of leisure. (R) © 
The last posse. © 
The little boy with a big horn. © 
Loose loot. © 
The lost planet. © 
The lure of the wild. (R) © 
The member of the wedding. 
Mickey Rooney, then and now. © 
The million dollar handicap. (R) © 
On top of Old Smoky. 
One girl's confession. © 
Pack train. 
Prince of pirates. © 
Problem girls. © 
Rasslin' mat-adors. © 
Rocking moon. (R) © 
Salome. 

Savage mutiny. © 
Serpent of the Nile. © 
Shipwrecked. (R) © 
Son of Geronimo. © 
Steel preferred. (R) © 
Stop, look, and listen. (R) © 
Strop, look, and listen. © 
Target Hong Kong. © 
The thrill hunter. (R) © 
Trick-shot artists. © 
Tricky dicks^ © 
Up in Daisy's penthouse. © 
Water rodeo. © 
Wild West. (R) © 
Winning of the West. 

COMMODORE PRODUCTIONS AND ARTISTS, 
INC. 
145 N. Robertson Blvd., Beverly Hills, 
Calif. 
Perils of the jungle. © 

CONCORDIA PUBLISHING HOUSE. 

3558 S. Jefferson Ave.. St. Louis 18. 
The ascension of Jesus. © 
The call of Abraham. © 
Emmanuel. © 
The fall of man. © 
The first Easter. © 
The man sick of the palsy. © 
Mary anoints Jesus. © 
Peter delivered from prison. © 
The wedding at Cana. © 



CONQUEST PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 
38 South St., London. 
The penny princess. © 

CONSERVATION FOUNDATION. 
Man's problem. 

CONTINENTAL ILLINOIS NATIONAL BANK 
AND TRUST COMPANY OF CHICAGO. 
EXECUTOR OF THE ESTATE OF DAVID 
A. SMART, DECEASED. 

Coronet Bldg., Chicago. 
Harmony in music. © 
Literature appreciation: How to read 

essays. © 
Mittens, the kitten. © 
Paul Bunyan and the blue ox. © 
Peppy, the puppy. © 
Safety on the way to school. © 
The water we drink. © 

CORINNE GRIFFITH PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
SEE Griffith (Corinne) Productions, inc. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Coronet Bldg., Chicago. 
Ancient Mesopotamia. 

The English language: story of its develop- 
ment. 
Farmyard babies. 
Flipper, the seal: background for reading 

and expression. 
The Golden Rule: a lesson for beginners. 
Harmony in music. 
Hoppy, the bunny: background for reading 

and expression. 
How to prepare a class report. 
Japan: the land and the people. 
The law of demand and supply. 
Let's measure: inches, feet, and yards. 
Literature appreciation: How to read 

essays. 
Literature appreciation: How to read 

novels. 
Mary had a little lamb: background for 

reading and expression. 
Mind your manners. 
Mittens, the kitten. 
On the way to school: background for 

reading and expression. 
One rainy day: background for reading and 

expression. 
Paul Bunyan and the blue ox. 
Peppy, the puppy. 
Personal health for girls. 
Personal hygiene for boys. 
Prehistoric times: the world before man. 
Rest that builds good health. 
Robert E. Lee: a background study. 
Safety on the way to school. 
School rules: how they help us. 
Simple changes in matter. 
Television: how it worksl 
The toy telephone truck: background for 

reading and expression. 
Understanding our earth: soil. 
Understanding the dollar. 
The water we drink. 
What the frost does: background for 

reading and expression. 
Who are the people of America? 
Working safely in the shop. 
Zoo animals of our storybooks: background 

for reading and expression. 

COSMAN PRODUCTIONS. INC. 
8533 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles. 
I'm the law. © 

COSMOPOLITAN CORPORATION. 
Zander the great. (R) 

COWAN (LOUIS G.) INC. 

575 Madison Ave., New York. 
Batula. © 

Evil Eye Fleagle. © 
Frank N. Stein. © 
The frog man. © 
The haunted house. © 
The ice man. © 
Lonely hearts. © 
Match Head. © 
Mr. Ditto. © 
The onion ring. © 
The sleep walker. © 



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COWAN (LOUIS G.) INC. Cont'd. 
The suit. © 
Swenn Golly. © 

CROSBY (BING) ENTERPRISES, INC. 
c/o Paramount Pictures Corp., 
1501 Broadway, New York. 
Road to Bali. © 

CROUSE, RUSSEL. 
Call me madam. 
Remains to be seen. 

CURWOOD, JAMES OLIVER. 
Fangs of the Arctic. 



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D. X. PRODUCTION. 

1014 2nd Ave., New York 22. 
Documentary and Experimental Films. 

DAGGETT, AVALON. 
Indian pow-wow. © 
Warriors at peace. © 

DAGGETT (AVALON) PRODUCTIONS. 
441 N. Orange Dr., Los Angeles 36. 
Indian pow-wow. 
Warriors at peace. 

DANIEL ANGEL FILMS, LTD. SEE Angel 
(Daniel) Films, ltd. 

DAVID CHUDNOW PRODUCTIONS. SEE 
Chudnow (David) Productions. 

DEARBORN MOTORS CORPORATION. 

2500 E. Maple Road, Birmingham, Mich. 
The day is here. © 
The Dearborn forage harvester. © 
The Dearborn hay baler. © 
Servicing the Dearborn forage harvester. © 
Servicing the Dearborn hay baler. © 

DE ROSA, PATSY. SEE De Rosa Jordan 
Productions. 

DE ROSA JORDAN PRODUCTIONS. 
319 Marine Ave., Brooklyn 9. 
It's up to you. © 

DE SOTO DIVISION, CHRYSLER CORPO- 
RATION. SEE Chrysler Corporation. 
De Soto Division. 

DE YOUNG, CHRIS ANTHONY. 
Introduction to American public education. 
SEE 

Design of American public education. 

The school and the community. 

DICKEY, PAUL. 
Scared stiff. 

DISNEY (WALT) PRODUCTIONS. 

2400 Alameda Ave., Burbank, Calif. 
Bear country. © 
Beaver valley. © 
Father's day off. © 
Father's week end. © 
For whom the bulls toil. © 
How to be a detective. © 
Nature's half acre. © 
The Olympic elk. © 
Pluto's Christmas tree. © 
The simple things. © 
Trick or treat. © 
Two weeks vacation. © 
Water birds. © 

DITMARS, RAYMOND LEE. 
Living natural history. (R) © 

DOCUMENTARY AND EXPERIMENTAL 
FILMS. 
In case of atomic attack. © 

DOCUMENTARY FILM PRODUCTIONS, BMC. 

Doing homework in Gregg shorthand 
simplified. 

Doing homework in Gregg shorthand simpli- 
fied, functional method. 



Teaching Gregg shorthand simplified: A 
typical lesson. 

Teaching Gregg shorthand simplified: De- 
veloping shorthand speed. 

Teaching Gregg shorthand simplified: 
Teaching marginal reminders. 

Teaching Gregg shorthand simplified: The 
first lesson. 

DODD, JAMES HARVEY. 
The law of demand and supply. 

DODGE DIVISION, CHRYSLER CORPO- 
RATION. SEE Chrysler Corporation. 
Dodge Division. 

DOSS, WILLLAM O. 
The treasure of Pancho Villa. 

DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY. 
Midland, Mich. 
How do they do it? © 

DOWLING (PAT) PICTURES. 

1056 S. Robertson Blvd., Los Angeles 35. 
Indian corn. © 
Indian tools. © 
The little ducks. 
Melos in Staff Town. 
The playful fish. 

Public relations for business and pro- 
fessional people. © 
Winnie, the colt. 

DUDLEY PICTURES CORPORATION. 

9903 Santa Monica Blvd., Beverly Hills, 
Calif. 
Ceylon. © 

DU MAURIER, DAPHNE. 
My cousin Rachel. 

DU PONT DE NEMOURS (E. I.) AND 
COMPANY. 

Wilmington 98, Del. 
Accent on savings. © 
Duco Dupont. © 

An easy way to volume sales. © 
Mightier than the sword. 
No greater love. 
Sell 'em and keep 'em sold. © 
The send off. 

DYER, LORENCIE. 

5137 Bakman Ave., North Hollywood. 
The little ducks. © 
The playful fish. © 
Winnie, the colt. © 



EALING STUDIOS, LTD. 
38 South St., London 1. 
The story of Mandy. © 

EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY. 
343 State St., Rochester, N. Y. 
Using the Verifax Printer, Type 1. © 

EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENTAL 
LABORATORIES. 

33 Sunset Lane, Levittown, N. Y. 
Controlled exposure. Sets A-N. © 
Controlled exposure. Set T. © 
Controlled reading. Unit lA. © 

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES. 
This is Korea. 

ELECTROGRAPHIC CORPORATION. VOGUE 
WRIGHT STUDIOS. SEE Vogue Wright 
Studios. 

EMIL MOGUL COMPANY, INC. SEE Mogul 
(Emil) Company, inc. 

ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA FILMS, 
INC. 

1150 Wilmette Ave., Wilmette, 111. 
Allergies. © 
American folk heroes. © 
Art and motion. 
Audubon's birds of America. 



Buma; Africa sculpture speaks. 

Centralization and decentralization. © 

Deer live with danger. 

Government in action. © 

Hans Christian Andersen. 

In every classroom. © 

Inflation. © 

Insects. © 

Japan: 80,000,000 mouths to feed. 

Jet propulsion. © 

Laws of motion. © 

Life on the farm. © 

Lumber for houses. 

Man's problem. 

Marine life. 

Mediterranean Africa. 

Mental health: keeping mentally fit. © 

Nationalism. © 

Obesity: problems of fat formation and 
overweight. © 

Presidential elections. © 

Pressure groups. © 

Room for discussion. © 

The social process: Values and institu- 
tions. © 

Social revolution. © 

Stories from other lands. © 

The story of potatoes. 

The story of rice. 

Ugly Duckling. © 

Understanding vitamins. © 

World balance of power. © 

ENGEBRETSON, RAE OILMAN, d.b.a. 
TORGE PHOTOS. SEE Torge Photos. 

EROS FILMS, LTD. 
I'll get you. 

EXCLUSIVE FILMS, LTD. 

145 N. Robertson Blvd., Beverly Hills, 
Calif. 
Bad blonde. © 
Spaceways. © 

EYSTER, ELVIN S. 
Understanding the dollar. 



F. G. FILMS, LTD. 

1040 N. Las Palmas Ave., Hollywood 38. 
Monsoon. © 

FAIRBANKS (JERRY) INC. 

6052 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood. 
The magic wheel. 

FAMOUS PLAYERS-LASKY CORPORATION. 
The American Venus. (R) 
Behind the front. (R) 
The best people (R) 
The blind goddess. (R) 
The crown of lies. (R) 
Dancing mothers. (R) 
The enchanted hill. (R) 
The grand duchess and the waiter. (R) 
Hands up. (R) 
A kiss for Cinderella. (R) 
Let's get married. (R) 
Lord Jim. (R) 
The lucky lady. (R) 
Mannequin. (R) 
Moana. (R) 

The New Klondike. (R) 
The Palm Beach girl. (R) 
The rainmaker. (R) 
Sea horses. (R) 
A social celebrity. (R) 
The splendid crime. (R) 
The untamed lady. (R) 
The wanderer. (R) 
Welcome home. (R) 
Wet paint. (R) 
A woman of the world. (R) 
Womanhandled. (R) 

FANSTEEL METALLURGICAL CORPO- 
RATION. 

2200 Sheridan Rd., North Chicago. 
Fansteel, an industry that serves 
industries. © 



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FANTASY FEATURES, INC. 


Let's get personal. © 


GALLICO, PAUL. 


315 W. 57th St., New York 19. 


Powered to leave the past far behind. © 


Lili. 


Bobo the hobo and his traveling troupe in 


Quality unlimited. © 




Betty and the pirate. © 


Road demonstration, the big show. © 


GARLAND, JOHN H. 


Bobo the hobo and his traveling troupe in 


Summing up with Joe Bayne. © 


Japan: the land and the people. 


Mountain Cinderella. © 


The tools of our trade. © 






Trade-in tactics. © 


GARRETT, FRANK OLIVER. 


FAY, MARY HELEN. 


The woman in the case. © 


624 Skyline Dr., North Little Rock, Ark. 


The girl next door. 




Hang out the welcome sign. © 




FORD MOTOR COMPANY. MERCURY 


The voice of safety— know thyself. © 


FEDERAL TELEFILMS, INC. 


DIVISION. SEE Ford Motor Company. 




1041 N. Formosa Ave., Hollywood 46. 


Lincoln-Mercury Division. 


GENE AUTRY PRODUCTIONS. SEE AUTRY 


Mr. and Mrs. North. 


FOX, NORMAN A. 


(Gene) Productions. 


FESSIER, MICHAEL. 


Roughshod. SEE Gunsmoke. 


GENE STRATTON PORTER, INC. SEE 


The woman they almost lynched. 


FOX FILM CORPORATION. 


Porter (Gene Stratton) inc. 


FILM GROUP, INC. 


The ancient mariner. (R) 


GENERAL BAKING COMPANY. 


1040 N. Las Palmas Ave., Hollywood 38. 


A bankrupt honeymoon. (R) 


420 Lexington Ave., New York 17. 


Monsoon. © 


The best bad man. (R) 
Black paradise. (R) 


Take it easy, Bill. © 


FILM ORIGINALS. 


Control yourself! (R) 


GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY. 


P. O. Box 4072, Boise, Idaho. 


The cowboy and the countess. (R) 


1 River Rd., Schenectady, N. Y. 


Airplanes make markets. © 


Cupid a la carte. (R) 
The desert's price. (R) 


A is for atom. © 


FILM PUBLISHERS, INC. 


A Dixie merchant. (R) 


GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION. 


Writing the paragraph. 


Early to wed. (R) 


BUICK MOTOR DIVISION. 




East Side, West 6ide. (R) 


Flint, Mich. 


FILMAKERS, INC. 


Eight cylinder bull. (R) 


The greatest Buicks in 50 great years. © 


The hitch-hiker. 


Elsie in New York. (R) 


Servicing the rear axle. © 




Failure. (R) 


Win the used car walk-in. © 


FIRST NATIONAL PICTURES, INC. 


The feud. (R) 




Chickie. (R) 


The fighting buckaroo. (R) 


GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION. 


The desert flower. (R) 


The fighting tailor. (R) 


CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION. 


Heart of a siren. (R) 


The first year. (R) 


General Motors Bldg., Detroit 2. 


Heart of a temptress. (R) 


A flaming affair. (R) 


Better than ever Chevrolet trucks for 


Her husband's secret. (R) 


A flying fool. (R) 


1953. © 


I want my man. (R) 


From a cabby's seat. (R) 


The biggest family. ® 


The making of O'Malley. (R) 


The gilded butterfly. (R) 


The biggest news. © 


The necessary evil. (R) 


The golden strain. (R) 


Brighten the work day. © 


One way street. (R) 


Hard boiled. (R) 


Completely new. © 


One year to live. (R) 


Heavy swells. (R) 


The completely new line of genuine Chev- 


Sally. (R) 


Hell's 400. (R) 


rolet accessories for 1953. © 


The scarlet West. (R) 


His own lawyer. (R) 


A double dividend for '53. © 


The talker. (R) 


The Johnstown flood. (R) 


Eye-appeal means buy-appeal. © 




The mad racer. (R) 


Glamour on wheels. © 


FLYING A PICTURES, INC. 


The man four-square. (R) 


A great new star. © 


6920 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood 28. 


Matrimony blues. (R) 


Key to our horizons. © 


The bandits of Panamint. 


Moving day. (R) 


Lights on. © 


The bell of San Gabriel. 


My own pal. (R) 


Made-to-order. © 


The chivaree. 


An officer of the day. (R) 


The magic touch. © 


Claim Jumpin' Jennie. 


The outsider. (R) 


Make a wish. © 


Cold decked. © 


The palace of pleasure. (R) 


Master key. © 


Cynthy's dream dress. 


A Parisian knight, (R) 


1953 comparison facts: Chevrolet vs. 


The Death Valley Kid. 


Pawnshop politics. (R) 


Plymouth. Pt. 1-4. © 


Dry gulch at Devil's Elbow. © 


The peacemakers. (R) 


The proof that pays off. © 


Gypsy wagon. © 


The polar baron. (R) 


A real treat. © 


Hold up. © 


Rahl Rah: Heidelberg! (R) 


Reigning beauty. © 


Johnny Jackaroo. © 


The reporter. (R) 


Right down the line. © 


The lady with the blue umbrella. 


The road to glory. (R) 


Rock bottom. © 


Narrow escape. © 


Rustling for Cupid. (R) 


Service builders. © 


The old prospector. © 


Sandy. (R) 


The service business today. © 


Outlaw of Blue Mesa. © 


The Shamrock Handicap. (R) 


The service customer. © 


Prize winner. © 


Siberia. (R) 


The service team. © 


Ransom cross. © 


The social triangle. (R) 


Something new. © 


The rival hash houses. 


Tony runs wild. (R) 


Specialists at work. © 


Self made man. 


Too many relations. (R) 


Star bright. © 


The sharpshooter. © 


Two lips in Holland. (R) 


The three R's. © 


The steel ribbon. © 


Wages for wives. (R) 


A winning combination. © 


Swamper Ike. 


When the door opened. (R) 






A woman of letters. (R) 


GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION. 


FORD FOUNDATION. 


The Yankee senor. (R) 


FRIGIDAIRE DIVISION. 


Rural U. S. A. (through Indian eyes) © 


Yellow fingers. (R) 


Dayton 1, Ohio. 
Cycla-matic Frigidaire— 1953 models. © 


FORD FOUNDATION. TV -RADIO WORK- 


FRACKENPOHL, HELEN. 


A day at the Turner's. © 


SHOP. 


Controlled exposure. Sets A -N. 


A matter of fact. © 


655 Madison Ave., New York 21. 


Controlled reading. Unit lA. 


1953 Frigidaire master and de luxe 


Ann Rutledge. © 




ranges. © 


The beginning and the end. © 


FRIEDMAN, ROBERT. 


The 1953 standard refrigerator line. © 


Growing up. © 


In unity. 


They treat you right. © 


Nancy Hanks. © 






New Salem. © 


FRIGIDAIRE DIVISION, GENERAL MOTORS 


GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION. GMC 




CORPORATION. SEE General Motors 


TRUCK DIVISION. 


FORD MOTOR COMPANY. LINCOLN- 


Corporation. Frigidaire Division. 


Pontiac, Mich. 


MERCURY DIVISION. 




The fundamentals of carburetion. © 


Detroit. 


FRY, DENNIS BUTLER. 


Hydrovac simplified. © 


Best features forward. © 


Dept. of Phonetics, University College, 


Make your ship come in: Prospecting. © 


Bright prospects. © 


London W. C. 1. 


Seven steps to engine satisfaction. © 


A delivery to remember. © 


The children's vocabulary of a new sign 


Truck automatic transmissions: competi- 


Don't die on third. © 


language. © 


tive comparisons. © 


Double-take. © 






The final step. © 


G 


GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION. 


The freedom with a future. © 


OLDSMOBILE DIVISION. 


The greatest Mercury yet. © 


GMC TRUCK DIVISION, GENERAL MOTORS 


Detroit. 




CORPORATION. SEE General Motors 


Operation Mexico. © 




Corporation. GMC Truck Division. 





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GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION. 


H 


Spanish explorations. © 


PONTIAC MOTOR DIVISION. 




Specialists at work. 


Stepping up with the Joneses. 


HAESELER, JOHN A. 


Star bright. 




Amity Rd., Woodbridge, Conn. 


Steel. 


GEORGE A. HORMEL AND COMPANY. SEE 


Audubon's birds of America. © 


Teamwork in transit. © 


Hormel (George A.) and Company. 




Therapy influencing the autonomic nervous 




HANDY (JAM) ORGANIZATION, INC. SEE 


system. © 


GILL, TOM. 


2821 E. Grand Blvd., Detroit 11. 


They are a great host. 


Gentleman of the jungle. SEE Tropic zone. 


Accent on savings. 


They treat you right. 




Air for every gaging job. 


The three R's. 


GILLETTE COMPANY. 


Better fencing. © 


Tie a string around the finger. 


15 W. 1st St., Boston. 


Better than ever Chevrolet trucks for 1953. 


To sell 'em, just tell 'em. 


Baseball. © 


The biggest family. 


Truck automatic transmissions: competi- 


Certain someone. © 


The biggest news. 


tive comparisons. 


Clean up. © 


Brighten the work day. 


Win the used car walk-in. 


Explorer. © 


The case for the upper' case. 


A winning combination. 


Sleeper. ® 


Chance for more sales. 


Women united for a Christian world. 


String. © 


Circuits and cycles. 


You have been called. 




Completely new. 


You're the doctor. 


GLOBAL PRODUCTIONS, INC. 


The completely new line of genuine Chev- 




1041 N. Formosa Ave., Hollywood 46. 


rolet accessories for 1953. 


HARRYHAUSEN, RAY. 


Bandits of Corsica. © 


The Crusades and early trade routes. © 


4210 W. 63d St., Los Angeles 43. 


Raiders of the seven seas. © 


Cycla-matic Frigidaire— 1953 models. 
A day at the Turner's. 


The story of King Midas. © 


GLOBE DISTRIBUTING COMPANY. 


The day is here. 


HART, F. WILLIAM. 


3137-45 V St., N. E., Washington. 


The Dearborn forage harvester. 


1606 Community Dr., Alexandria, Va. 


Modern wine making. 


The Dearborn hay baler. 

Discovering hidden treasures; the story of 


M. D. © 


CLOCK, MARVIN D. 


the Dead Sea scrolls. 


BARTER CORPORATION. 


How to prepare a class report. 


A double dividend for '53. 


The picture of comfort. 


School rules: How they help us. 


Duco Dupont. 






An easy way to volume sales. 


HEARST METROTONE NEWS, INC. 


GODDARD, CHARLES WILLIAM. 


English and Dutch explorations. © 


450 W. 56th St., New York. 


Scared stiff. 


Eye-appeal means buy-appeal. 
15,000 customers can't be wrong. 


News of the day. © 


GOLDWYN, FRANCES HOWARD. 


French explorations. © 


HEINRICH, EDWIN P. 


Partners again. (R) © 


A fundamental of weighing. 


6204 MacArthur Blvd., Washington. 


Raffles, the amateur cracksman. (R) © 


The fundamentals of carburetion. 
Glamour on wheels. 


Tachistofilm A-A-100. © 


GOLDWYN, SAMUEL. 


A great new star. 


HELMS, PAUL H. 


Partners again. (R) 


The greatest Buicks in 50 great years. 


Gold medal winner. 


Stella Dallas. (R) 


Growing things. 






How do they do it? 


HELMS BAKERIES. 


GOLDWYN (SAMUEL) PRODUCTIONS, INC. 


Hydrovac simplified. 


8800 Venice Blvd., Los Angeles 14. 


1041 N. Formosa, Los Angeles. 


It has to be your idea. 


Gold medal winner. © 


Hans Christian Andersen. © 


Key to our horizons. 






The Kresge spirit. 


HELMS OLYMPIC BAKERIES. SEE Helms 


GOODE, RUTH. 


Laymen witness for Christ. 


Bakeries. 


Tonight we sing. 


Lights on. 






Made-to-order. 


HEMINGWAY, ERNEST. 


GOTTLIEB (WILLIAM P.) COMPANY. 


The magic shelf. 


The snows of Kilimanjaro. 


Around the world with Hebrew. 


The magic touch. 




Life on the farm. 


Make a wish. 


HERISKO, CLARENCE CHARLES. 


Stories from other lands. 


Make your ship come in: Prospecting. 


535 Clemensha Ave.. Pittsburgh 26. 




Master key. 


Jigsaw quiz. © 


GRAND, SAMUEL. 


A matter of fact. 




Around the world with Hebrew. 


Maximum performance. 


HERITAGE FILMSTRIPS, INC. 


The Book of Books. 


Modern commercial dish washing. 


89-11 63rd Drive, Rego Park 74, N. Y. 


Isaac M. Wise, master builder of American 


Mother takes a holiday. © 


Popular sovereignty — U. S. A. © 


Judaism. 


My wife tells me. 






New neighbor. © 


HERLES ENTERPRISES, INC. 


GRANDUCCI, OEVESTE SANTl. 


A new world is discovered. © 


1501 Broadway, New York. 


On the money. 


1953 comparison facts: Chevrolet vs. 
Plymouth. Pt. 1-4. 


The zayat kiss. © 


GREAT LAKES STEEL CORPORATION. 


1953 Frigidaire master and de luxe ranges. 


HINES, ARTHUR J. 


STRAN-STEEL DIVISION. 


The 1953 standard refrigerator line. 


234 W. 14th St., New York 11. 


Ecorse, Mich. 


The Norsemen. © 


For God and country. © 


Dairy barns, U. S. A. © 


Octupus in the house. © 




Letter of recommendation. © 


Operation installation. © 


HOLDEN, ELVA R. 




Opportunity for growth. 


3550 S. E. 68, Portland 6, Or. 


GREGG. JOHN ROBERT. 


Over the fence; on the dealer's side, that 


Away in a manger. © 


Gregg shorthand manual... SEE 


is. 




Doing homework in Gregg shorthand 


The picture of comfort. © 


HOLLINGSHEAD, AUGUST B, 


simplified. 


Portugal seeks a new route east. © 


Who are the people of America? 


Teaching Gregg shorthand simplified: 


Precision for production. 




A typical lesson. 


Priceless heritage. © 


HOPALONG CASSIDY PRODUCTIONS, INC. 


Teaching Gregg shorthand simplified: 


The proof that pays off. 


8901 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, Calif. 


Teaching marginal reminders. 


A real treat. 


Dangerous venture. © 


Teaching Gregg shorthand simplified: 


Reigning beauty. 


False paradise. © 


The first lesson. 


Report from industry. 


Fool's gold. © 




Right down the line. 


Hoppy's holiday. © 


GREGG PUBLISHING DIVISION, MC GRAW- 


Rock bottom. 


The marauders. © 


HILL BOOK COMPANY, INC. SEE McGraw- 


Sell 'em and keep 'em sold. 


Sinister journey. © 


Hill Book Company, inc. 


The send off. © 






Service builders. 


HOPE ENTERPRISES, INC. 


GRIFFITH (CORINNE) PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
SEE The marriage whirl. (R) 


The service business today. 
The service customer. 
Service highlights. 
The service team. 


c/o Paramount Pictures Corp., 
1501 Broadway, New York. 
Road to Bali. © 


GULU PICTURE COMPANY. 


Servicing the Dearborn forage harvester. 


HORMEL (GEORGE A.) AND COMPANY. 


1310 N. Wilcox Ave., Hollywood. 


Servicing the Dearborn hay baler. 


Austin, Minn. 


Bwana devil. © 


Servicing the rear axle. 

Seven steps to engine satisfaction. 


Music with the Hormel girls. © 




Something new. 


HOWARD PICTURES, INC. 
Stella Dallas. (R) © 



1953 



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HOWCO PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

120 S. Poplar St., Charlotte, N. C. 
Mesa of lost women. © 

HUMAN RELATIONS FOR INDUSTRY, 
A way to efficient production. 

HUNNICUTT, C. W. 
The toy telephone truck: background for 
reading and expression. 

HUROK, SOLOMON. 
Tonight we sing. 



IDAHO. DEPT. OF AERONAUTICS. 
Airplanes make markets. 

INDEPENDENT ARTISTS PICTURES, INC. 
c/o Walt Disney Productions, 2400 W. 
Alameda Ave., Burbank, Calif. 
Never wave at a Wac. © 

INDIANA. UNIVERSITY. 
Bloomington, Ind. 
Conspiracy in Kyoto. © 

INDIANA. UNIVERSITY. AUDIO-VISUAL 
CENTER. 
Conspiracy in Kyoto. 

INGE, WILLIAM. 
Come back. Little Sheba. 

INGSTER, BORIS. 
Something for the birds. 

INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS, INC. 
Homespun. 

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES 
CORPORATION. 

590 Madison Ave., New York 22. 
Preventive maintenance: circuit breakers. © 

INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION MATERIALS 
CORPORATION. 
Rules of girls' basketball, 1952-1953. 

INTERNATIONAL SCREEN ORGANIZATION. 
The depths of space. 
The Milky Way. 
The moon. 
The solar system. 
The sun. 

IRIS-FILM, A. G. SEE Check-mate. 

IRVING, REID. 

5602 Wildwood Lane, Baltimore 9. 
Writing the paragraph. © 

IRWIN, MARGARET E. F. 
Young Bess. 

ISELY, ROBERT. 
The ascension of Jesus. 
The call of Abraham. 
Emmanuel. 
The fall of man. 
The first Easter. 
The man sick of the palsy. 
Mary anoints Jesus. 
Peter delivered from prison. 
The wedding at Cana. 

rVERSON, WILLIAM J. 
Literature appreciation: How to read essays. 
Mary had a little lamb: background for 

reading and expression. 
One rainy day: background for reading and 

expression. 



JACK CHERTOK PRODUCTIONS, INC. SEE 
Chertok (Jack) Productions, inc. 

JACKSON (BYRON) COMPANY. 

2301 E. Vernon Ave., Vernon, Calif. 
The oil man's bazooka. © 



JACOBS, GERTRUDE ANN. 

501 W. 123d St., New York 27. 
Rules of girls' basketball, 1952-1953. © 

JAM HANDY ORGANIZATION, INC. SEE 
Handy (Jam) Organization, inc. 

JERRY FAIRBANKS, INC. SEE Fairbanks 
(Jerry) inc. 

JEZEBEL PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

145 N. Robertson Blvd., Beverly Hills, 
Calif. 
College capers. © 

JOHN OTT PICTURES, INC. SEE Ott (John) 
Pictures, inc. 

JOHNSTON, A.M. 
Farmyard babies. 
Flipper, the seal: background for reading 

and expression. 
Zoo animals of our storybooks: background 

for reading and expression. 

JORDAN, EDMUND. SEE De Rosa Jordan 
Productions. 

JOSEPHY, ALVIN M. 
Something for the birds. 



K 



KAMEN (CLIFFORD J.) PRODUCTIONS. 
1649 Valley View Rd., Glendale 2, Calif. 
Mediterranean Africa. © 

KAYFETZ (VICTOR) PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
The Book of Books. 

Isaac M. Wise, master builder of American 
Judaism. 

KEATON (BUSTER) PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
Seven chances. (R) 

KELLER, E. S. 

Daybreak, Fort Salonga. Northport, Long 
Island, N. Y. 
Marine life. © 

KELLER, F. W. 

Daybreak, Fort Salonga, Northport, Long 
Island, N. Y. 
Marine life. © 

KERR, LAURA. 
Battle Circus. 

KEY PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

18 E. 41st St., New York 17. 
Air and its properties. © 
AH matter has three forms. © 
A family of Canada. © 
A family of Denmark. © 
A family of Greece. © 
A family of Switzerland. © 
A family of the Netherlands. © 
A family of Turkey. © 
Frictional electricity. © 
A tale of two seams. 
The thermometer. © 
Water and its work. © 
Why things float. © 

KLEIN. ISIDORE. 

48-32 38th St., Long Island City, New York. 
The fiery furnace. © 

KOPPERS COMPANY, INC. 
Better fencing. 

KRAFT, FRANCES M. 
Fansteel, an industry that serves industries. 

KRAFT (VERNON J.) FILM PRODUCTIONS. 
Fansteel, an industry that serves industries. 

KRAMER (STANLEY) COMPANY, 
c/o Columbia Pictures Corp., 
1438 N. Gower St., Hollywood 28. 

The 5,000 fingers of Dr. T. © 

The juggler. © 

The member of the wedding. © 



KRESGE (S. S.) COMPANY. 
The Kresge spirit. © 

KROHNENGOLD, ANABELLE. 
Waltz, man's part. 
Waltz, woman's part. 
Yankee Doodle dance. 

KUBRICK, STANLEY. 
Fear and desire. 



LACEY, CHARLES EVANS. 
Street safety is your problem. 

LAKE, STUART N. 
Powder River. 

LARKIN, JOHN DAY. 
Prehistoric times; the world before man. 

LEFFINGWELL, ROY JAMES. 
Public relations for business and profes- 
sional people. 

LESLIE, LOUIS A. 
Gregg dictation simplified. SEE Teaching 
Gregg shorthand simplified: Developing 
shorthand speed. 
Gregg shorthand manual... SEE 
Doing homework in Gregg shorthand 

simplified. 
Doing homework in Gregg shorthand 

simplified, functional method. 
Teaching Gregg shorthand simplified: A 

typical lesson. 
Teaching Gregg shorthand simplified: 

Teaching marginal reminders. 
Teaching Gregg shorthand simplified: 

The first lesson. 

LEWIS, HILDA WINIFRED. 
The day is ours. SEE The story of Mandy. 

LIBERTY BELL MOTION PICTURES, INC. 
1776 Broadway, New York. 
Guerrilla girl. © 

LICHTY, JUSTIN. 

1947 Broadway, New York 23. 
Sonny and Susan. © 

LIFE (CHICAGO) 
Metamorphosis. 
The Protestant Reformation. 

LINCOLN ELECTRIC COMPANY. 
Arc welding. 

LINCOLN-MERCURY DIVISION, FORD 
MOTOR COMPANY. SEE Ford Motor 
Company. Lincoln-Mercury Division. 

LINDE AIR PRODUCTS COMPANY. 
Braze welding. 

LINDENMEYER, RAY S. 
Working safely in the shop. 

LINDSAY, HOWARD. 
Call me madam. 
Remains to be seen. 
Stop, you're killing me. 

LINDSLEY PARSONS PRODUCTIONS. SEE 
Parsons (Lindsley) Productions. 

LINKO, M. CHARLES. 
Rural U. S. A. (through Indian eyes) 

LIPPERT PICTURES. INC. 

145 N. Robertson Blvd.. Beverly Hills, 
Calif. 
Bachelor in Paris. © 
Bad blonde. 
College capers. 
A day in the country. 
Eyes of the jungle. 
Ghost ship. 
I'll get you. © 
Perils of the jungle. 
The slasher. 



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LIPPERT PICTURES, 
Spaceways. 
The tall Texan. 
Twilight women. 
White goddess. 



LITTLE SISTERS OF THE POOR. 

Southfield and Outer Dr., Detroit 23. 
A day with the Little Sisters. © 

LOCKRIDGE, FRANCES LOUISE DAVIS. 
Mr. and Mrs. North. 

LOCKRIDGE, RICHARD. 

Mr. and Mrs. North. 

LOEWS INCORPORATED. 
1540 Broadway, New York. 
The affairs of Dobie Gillis. © 
Aquatic kids. © 
Barney's hungry cousin. © 
Battle Circus. © 
Beautiful Bavaria. © 
Bright road. © 
The clown. © 
Cobs and robbers. © 
Code two. © 
Confessions of a queen. 
Confidentially Connie. © 
Cry of the hunted. © 
Dangerous when wet. © 
Denial, (R) © 
Fast company. © 
The girl who had everything. 
The hoaxters. © 
I love children, but. © 
I love Melvin. © 
Jeopardy. © 
Jerry and Jumbo. © 
Johann Mouse. © 
Johannesburg, city of gold. © 
Julius Caesar. © 
Lady of the night. (R) © 
Land of the Ugly Duckling. © 
Lili. © 

Little Johnny Jet. © 
Man and maid. (R) © 
The monster. (R) © 
The Mosconi story. © 
The naked spur. © 
Never let me go. © 
News of the day. 
Nostradamus says so. 
The postman. © 
Pretty ladies. (R) © 
Proud flesh. (R) © 
Remains to be seen. C 
Ride, vaquerol © 
Rogue's march. © 
Scandal at Scourie. 
Seven chances. (R) © 
A slave of fashion. (R) © 
A slight case of larceny. © 
Small town girl. © 
Sombrero. © 

The sporting Venus. (R) © 
The story of three loves. © 
Sun up. (R) © 
That's my pup. © 
The tower of lies. 
Travel quiz. © 
The unholy three. 
The way of a girl. 
The white desert. 
Young Bess. © 
Zander the great. 



© 



© 



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(R)© 
(R)© 
(R)© 

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LONDON FILM PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 
The tales of Hoffmann. 

LONE RANGER, INC. 

28 W. Adams Ave., Detroit 26. 
Bandits in uniform. © 
Best laid plans. © 
Black gold. © 
The condemned man. © 
Delayed action. © 
The deserter. © 
Desperado at large. © 
Devil's bog. © 
The Durango Kid. © 
The empty strongbox. © 
Frame for two. © 
The godless men. © 



Indian Charlie. © 

Jeb's gold mine. ©' 

The map. © 

Mrs. Banker. © 

The new neighbor. © 

Outlaw underground. © 

Outlaw's son. © 

The pledge. © 

Ranger in danger. © 

The right to vote. © 

The sheriff's son. © 

Sinner by proxy. © 

Son by adoption. © 

Special edition. © 

A stage for madamoiselle. ©- 

Through the wall. © 

Trader Boggs. © 

Treason at Dry Creek. © 

Trial by fire. © 

Trouble in town. © 

Tumblerock law. © 

LONGFELLOW, HENRY WADSWORTH. 
The song of Hiawatha. SEE Hiawatha. 

LOPERT FILMS, INC. 
The tales of Hoffmann. 

LORENZ, ELLEN JANE. 
Peter and the Resurrection. 

LORENZ PUBLISHING COMPANY. 

501 E. 3d St., Dayton, Ohio. 

Peter and the Resurrection. © 

LOVE, EDMUND G. 
Destination Gobi. 

LOVETON, JOHN W. 

c/o Federal Telefilms, inc., 
1041 N. Formosa Ave., Hollywood 46. 
Beauty prize. © SEE Mr, and Mrs. 
17. 
SEE Mr. and Mrs. North. 



SEE Mr. and Mrs. North. 
© SEE Mr. and Mrs. North. 
SEE Mr. and Mrs. North. 



North. No. 
Blackout. © 

No. 25. 
Breakout. © 

No. 29. 
Busy signal. 

No. 34. 
Doll house. © 

No. 19. 
Dying to live. © SEE Mr. and Mrs. North. 

No. 24. 
Formula for trouble. © SEE Mr. and Mrs. 

North. No. 15. 
The frightened bride. © SEE Mr. and Mrs. 

North. No. 22. 
Hot mink. © SEE Mr. and Mrs. North. 

No. 31. 
The house behind the wall. © SEE 

Mr. and Mrs. North. No. 16. 
The jade dragon. © SEE Mr. and Mrs. 

North. No. 26. 
The man who came to murder. © SEE 

Mr. and Mrs. North. No. 28. 
Maternity, third floor. © SEE Mr. and 

Mrs. North. No. 30. 
Mr. and Mrs. North. © SEE Mr. and Mrs. 

North. 
Murder in short pants. © SEE Mr. and 

Mrs. North. No. 23. 
Pretty baby. © SEE Mr. and Mrs. North. 

No. 27. 
Salt in his blood. © SEE Mr. and Mrs. 

North. No. 35. 
Seven sacred rubies. © SEE Mr. and 

Mrs. North. No. 32. 
Shock. © SEE Mr. and Mrs. North. No. 33. 
Stranger that fiction. © SEE Mr. and Mrs. 

North. No. 21. 
The terror. © SEE Mr. and Mrs. North. 

No. 20. 
The third eye. © SEE Mr. and Mrs. 

North. No. 18. 
Trained for murder. © SEE Mr. and Mrs. 

North. No. 37. 
Two faced. © SEE Mr. and Mrs. North. 

No. 36. 
Where's there a will. © SEE Mr. and 

Mrs. North. No. 11. 

M 

MC CANN-ERICKSON, INC. 

50 Rockefeller Plaza, New York 20. 



The bandits of Panamint. 

The bell of San Gabriel. 

The chivaree. 

Claim Jumpin' Jennie. 

Cynthy's dream dress. 

The lady with the blue umbrella. 

The rival hash houses. 

Swamper Ike. 

MC CULLERS, CARSON SMITH. 
The member of the wedding. 

MC GRAW-HILL BOOK COMPANY, INC 

330 W. 42d St., New York 36. 
Approach. © 

Design of American public education. © 
Doing homework in Gregg shorthand 

simplified. © 
Doing homework in Gregg shorthand 

simplified, functional method. © 
Making that sale. ® 
Preapproach. © 
Prospecting. © 

The school and the community. © 
Teaching Gregg shorthand simplified: A 

typical lesson. © 
Teaching Gregg shorthand simplified: De- 
veloping shorthand speed. © 
Teaching Gregg shorthand simplified: 

Teaching marginal reminders. © 
Teaching Gregg shorthand simplified: The 

first lesson. © 

MC ILVAINE, JANE S. 
It happens every Thursday. 

MC KESSON AND ROBBINS, INC. 
155 E. 44th St., New York 17. 
Modernization, the druggists' answer to 

competition. © 
The sundries story. © 
Working together in McKesson. © 

MADLON, EUGENE AUGUST. 
Preventive maintenance: circuit breakers. 

MAEHL, CALVIN ALBERT. 

11938 Hatteras Ave., North Hollywood. 
The little ducks. © 
The playful fish. © 
Winnie the colt. © 

MAHLER, MYRON. 
Barney's animated film commercial. 
Esquire's animated film commercial. 
National's animated film commercial. 

MAIER, WILLIAM. 
Pleasure Island. SEE The girls of 
Pleasure Island. 

MAINE, CHARLES ERIC. 

Spaceways. 

MARCH OF TIME. SEE Time, inc. March 
of Time (Division) 

MARCH OF TIME (DIVISION OF TIME, INC.) 
SEE Time, inc. March of Time (Division) 

MARGARET BRADFIELD ASSOCIATES. 
SEE Bradfield (Margaret) Associates. 

MARION, FRANCES. 
The clown. 

MARIONETTE GUILD FILM PRODUCTIONS. 
Shadow land. 

MARLOW, DOUGLAS G., d. b. a. PENMAR 
PICTURES. SEE Penmar Pictures. 

MARQUIS, DON. 
The case for the upper case. 

MARSHALL, EDISON. 
Treasure of the Golden Condor. 

MERCK AND COMPANY, INC; 
Rahway, N. J. 
Therapy with Cortone. © 
Vinethene in dental anesthesia. © 



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MERCURY DIVISION, FORD MOTOR 
COMPANY. SEE Ford Motor Company. 
Lincoln-Mercury Division. 

MEREDITH PUBLISHING COMPANY. 
1717 Locust, Des Moines. 
How to save more pigs. © 

MERIDIAN FILMS CORPORATION. 
On the money. 

METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER. 
The affairs of Dobie Gillis. 
Aquatic kids 
Barney's hungry cousin. 
Battle Circus. 
Beautiful Bavaria. 
Bright road. 
The clown. 
Cobs and robbers. 
Code two. 

Confidentially Connie. 
Cry of the hunted. 
Dangerous when wet. 
Fast company. 

The girl who had everything. 
The hoaxters. 
I love children, but. 
I love Melvin. 
Jeopardy. 
Jerry and Jumbo. 
Johann Mouse. 
Johannesburg, city of gold. 
Julius Caesar. 
Land of the Ugly Duckling. 
Lili. 

Little Johnny Jet. 
The Mosconi story. 
The naked spur. 
Never let me go. 
Nostradamus says so. 
The postman. 
Remains to be seen. 
Ride, vaquerol 
Rogue's march. 
Scandal at Scourie. 
A slight case of larceny. 
Small town girl. 
Sombrero. 

The story of three loves. 
That's my pup. 
The tower of lies. (R) 
Travel quiz. 
Young Bess. 

METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER CORPORATION. 

Sun up. (R) 

The unholy three. (R) 

METRO-GOLDWYN PICTURES CORPO- 
RATION. 

Confessions of a queen. (R) 
Denial. (R) 
Lady of the night. (R) 
Man and maid. (R) 
The monster. (R) 
Pretty ladies. (R) 
Proud flesh. (R) 
A slave of fashion. (R) 
The sporting Venus. (R) 
The way of a girl. (R) 
The white desert. (R) 

METROPOLITAN PICTURES CORPORA- 
TION OF CALIFORNIA. 
The danger girl. (R) 
The dice woman. (R) 
Forbidden waters. (R) 
The million dollar handicap. (R) 
Rocking moon. (R) 
Shipwrecked. (R) 
Steel prefered. (R) 

MICHIGAN. DEPT. OF CONSERVATION. 
Lansing 13, Mich. 
Forests and people. © 

MICHIGAN UNITED CONSERVATION CLUBS. 
22 Sheldon Ave., N. E., Grand Rapids 2. 
Youth on conservation trails. © 

MIDDLE WEST SERVICE COMPANY. 
20 N. Wacker Dr., Chicago 6. 
How water control is being used to promote 
government ownership of electric power. © 



Multi-purpose dams and their relation to 

the electric industry. © 
River development and flood control. © 

MINNESOTA. UNIVERSITY. BOARD OF 
REGENTS. 

Minneapolis 14. 
How to brush sweep a stairway. © 
How to clean with a dustmop. © 
How to treat a sweeping mop. © 
How to wet mop. © 

MINNESOTA. UNIVERSITY. OFFICE OF 
CIVIL SERVICE PERSONNEL. 
How to brush sweep a stairway. 
How to clean with a dustmop. 
How to treat a sweeping mop. 
How to wet mop. 

MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. 
Hang out the welcome sign. 
The voice of safety — know thyself. 

MOGER, ALLEN W. 
Robert E. Lee: a background study. 

MOGUL (EMIL) COMPANY, BMC. 
250 W. 57th St., New York. 
Barney's aninnated film commercial. © 
Esquire's animated film commercial. © 
National's animated film commercial. © 

MOLIERE, JEAN BAPTISTE POQUELIN. 
Le malade imaginaire. SEE The hypo- 
chondriac. 

MOLL, ELICK. 
Night without sleep. 

MONOGRAM PICTURES CORPORATION. 
4376 Sunset Dr., Hollywood 27. 
Cow country. © 
Fangs of the Arctic. © 
Fort vengeance. © 
Hiawatha. © 
The homesteaders. © 
Jalopy. © 

Loose in London. © 
The marksman. © 
Rebel city. © 
The roar of the crowd. © 
Tangier incident. © 
Trail blazers. © 
White lightning. © 



MOORE, DANIEL C. 
Regional analgesia. 

MOOREHEAD, ALAN. 
Rage of the vulture. 
East. 



SEE Thunder in the 



MOTORS INSURANCE CORPORATION. 
1775 Broadway, New York 19. 
Sheet metal correction. © 

MOVIETONEWS, INC. 

460 W. 54th St., New York. 
Movietone news. © 

MULFORD, CLARENCE EDWARD. 
Alien range. 
Bar 20 rides again. 
Black waters. 
Blind encounter. 
Dangerous venture. 
Don Colorado. 
False paradise. 
The feud. 
Fool's gold. 
Ghost trails. 
Guns across the border. 
Heart of the West. 
Hoppy's holiday. 
The knife of Carlos Valero. 
The marauders. 
Marked cards. 
Sinister journey. 
Three on the trail. 
Trail dust. 
The trap. 
The vanishing herd. 

MURPHY, HELEN A. 
What the frost does: background for 
reading and expression. 



MURRAY, MAX. 
Jamaica run. 



N 



NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF AUTOMOTIVE 
MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

20 N. Wacker Dr., Chicago. 
Dark daze. © 
Mind your manners. © 
Split second survival. © 

NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY. 

449 W. 14th St., New York 14. 
Digging for gold — selling non-buying 

accounts. © 
His private sales force — selling display. © 
A home of their own — segregating Nabisco 

products. © 
Out of the shadows — human relations in 

selling. © 
Setting up shop — Nabisco departments in 

the store. © 
The spice of life — introducing a new 

product. © 
The voice of the shadow. © 

NATIONAL BOARD OF YOUNG MEN'S 
CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATIONS. SEE Young 
Men's Christian Associations. National 
Board. 

NATIONAL CASH REGISTER COMPANY. 
Main and K Sts., Dayton 9, Ohio. 
The magic wheel. © 

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF CHURCHES. SEE 
National Council of the Churches of Christ 
in the United States of America. 

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF THE CHURCHES 
OF CHRIST IN THE UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. 

Discovering hidden treasures; the story of 
the Dead Sea scrolls. © 

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF THE CHURCHES OF 
CHRIST IN THE UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. UNITED CHURCH WOMEN. 
SEE United Church Women. 

NATIONAL ELECTRIC PRODUCTS CORPO- 
RATION. 
Octupus in the house. 

NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA. SEE 
Canada. National Film Board. 

NATIONAL GYPSUM COMPANY. 
325 Delaware Ave., Buffalo 2. 
A way to efficient production. © 

NATIONAL PICTURES CORPORATION, 
c/o Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 
444 W. 56th St., New York. 
Invaders from Mars. © 

NEW YORK. CITY COLLEGE. 
430 W. 50th St., New York 19. 
Retailing, a dynamic career that pays. © 

NEW YORK. CITY COLLEGE. SCHOOL OF 
BUSINESS AND CIVIC ADMINISTRATION. 
AUDIO-VISUAL EXTENSION SERVICE. 

17 Lexington Ave., New York 10. 
Retailing, a dynamic career that pays. 

NEW YORK. STATE COLLEGE OF FOR- 
ESTRY AT SYRACUSE. SEE Syracuse 
University. New York State College of 
Forestry. 

NEW YORK. UNIVERSITY. COLLEGE OF 
FORESTRY AT SYRACUSE. SEE Syra- 
cuse University. New York State College 
of Forestry. 

NEW YORK STATE COLLEGE OF FORESTRY, 
SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY. SEE Syracuse 
University. New York State College of 
Forestry. 

NEW YORK TIMES COMPANY. 
229 W. 43d St., New York 36. 



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NEW YORK TIMES COMPANY. Cont'd. 


Frightday the 13th. © 


PENNSYLVANIA FILMSTRIPS. 


Aspiration: statehood. © 


The girls of Pleasure Island. © 


1910 Aripine Ave., Bethlehem, Pa. 


Canada; a nation grows. © 


The grand duchess and the waiter. (R) © 


Our Pennsylvania. © 


New frontiers of science. © 


Hands up. (R) © 




Problems of the new administration. © 


Herman, the cartoonist. © 


PENOYER, RICHARD D., d. b. a. PENMAR 


The rising tide of nationalism. © 


High school hi-jinks. © 
Hysterical history. © 


PICTURES. SEE Penmar Pictures. 


NEW YORK ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 


Invention convention. © 


PERVELER, MARTDM. 


30 E. 40th St., New York 16. 


Jamaica run. © 


c/o Joseph Burstyn, inc. 


Man's problem. © 


A kiss for Cinderella. (R) © 


113 W. 42d St., New York 36. 




Let's get married. (R) © 


Fear and desire. © 


NEWHALL PRODUCTIONS. 


The Littlest Expert on Horse and buggy 




4376 Sunset Dr., Hollywood 27. 


days. © 


PETRACCA, JOSEPH. 


Trail blazers. 


Lord Jim. (R) © 
The lucky lady. (R) © 


Something for the birds. 


NEWMAN, DAVID PIERCE. 


Luna-cy. (R) © 


PICTURA FILMS CORPORATION. 


217 Bower St., Santa Fe, N. M. 


Mannequin. (R) © 


55 Tarrytown Rd., White Plains, N. Y. 


The treasure of Pancho Villa. © 


Moana. (R) © 

The New Klondike. (R) © 


Leonardo da Vinci. © 


NIGGLI. JOSEFINA. 


North pal. © 


PINNACLE PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 


A Mexican village. SEE Sombrero. 


Of mice and magic. © 


London. 




Off limits. © 


Outpost in Malaya. © 


NORMAN WRIGHT PRODUCTIONS, INC. SEE 


Ouch. (R) © 




Wright (Norman) Productions, inc. 


The Palrh Beach girl. (R) © 


PITTSBURGH CORNING CORPORATION. 




Paramount news. © 


Operation installation. 


NORRIS, ALBAN J. SEE A day with the 


Philharmaniacs. © 




Little Sisters. 


Pony express. © 


PLANET FILMPLAYS. INC. 




Popeye's mirthday. © 


5746 Sunset Blvd.; Hollywood 18. 


NORRIS SMITLEY PRODUCTIONS. SEE 


The rainmaker. (R) © 


Phantom from space. © 


Smitley (Norris) Productions. 


Road to Bali. © 






The runaway taxi. (R) © 


PLYMOUTH DIVISION, CHRYSLER CORPO- 




Sangaree. © 


RATION. SEE Chrysler Corporation. 


O 


Scared stiff. © 
Sea horses. (R) © 


Plymouth Division. 


OBOLER (ARCH) PRODUCTIONS. 


A social celebrity. (R) © 


PLYMOUTH MOTOR CORPORATION. SEE 


Bwana devil. 


The speed queen. © 

The splendid crime. (R) © 


Chrysler Corporation. Plymouth Division. 


O'DONNELL, MABEL. 


Spook no evil. © 


POOLEY, ROBERT C. 


The new Down the river road. 


Sport car racing. © 


The English language: Story of its develop- 


The new Through the green gate. 


The sporting British West Indies. © 
The stars are singing. © 


ment. 


OFFENBACH. JACQUES. 


Starting from hatch. © 


POPULAR SCIENCE PUBLISHING COMPANY, 


The tales of Hoffmann. 


The stooge. © 


INC. 




There he goes again. © 


353 4th Ave., New York, 10. 


OLDSMOBILE DIVISION, GENERAL MOTORS 


Thunder in the East. © 


Americans all. © 


CORPORATION. SEE General Motors 


Tropic zone. © 


Arc welding. © 


Corporation. Oldsmobile Division. 


True boo. © 


Body defenses against invasion by disease. © 




The untamed lady. (R) © 


Britain's royal family. © 


OTT (JOHN) PICTURES, INC. 


The vanquished. © 


Bulwarks of democracy. © 


85 Hibbard Rd.. Winnetka, 111. 


The wanderer. (R) © 


The changing surface of the earth. © 


Adam to atom. © 


Wet paint. (R) © 


Circus fun. © 




Winner by a hare. © 


Design in wood. © 




The wizard of clubs. © 


The eastern forest Indians. © 


P 


A woman of the world. (R) © 


Excretion. © 




Womanhandled. (R) © 


Fighting cancer. © 


PABST BREWING COMPANY. 


Zowie. (R) © 


Finishing. © 


Milwaukee. 




Freedom's flag. © 


Texas longhorn steer commercial. © 


PARSONS (LINDSLEY) PRODUCTIONS, INC. 


The germ invaders. © 




5746 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood 28. 


Hardwood lumbering. © 


PACIFIC COAST BORAX COMPANY. 


The careless killer. © 


Hardwood processing. © 


630 Shatto PI., Los Angeles 5. 


Killer bait. © 


Helping the body defenses against disease. © 


The bandits of Panamint. 




How chemicals and anti-biotics fight 


The bell of San Gabriel. 


PAT DOWLING PICTURES. SEE Dowling 


disease. © 


The chivaree. 


(Pat) Pictures. 


How man uses fuel. © 


Claim Jumpin' Jennie. 




The Indians of the Pacific Coast. © 


Cynthy's dream dress. 


PATERSON, NEIL. 


The Indians of the western plains. © 


The Death Valley Kid. 


Man on a tightrope. 


Invasion by disease. © 


The lady with the blue umbrella. 




Let freedom ring. © 


The rival hash houses. 


PATHE EXCHANGE, INC. 


Opportunity unlimited. © 


Self made man. 


Casey of the Coast Guard. (R) 


Our Indian neighbors today. © 


Swamper Ike. 


Driftin' thru. (R) 


Protecting eyes at work. © 


SEE ALSO Borax Consolidated, ltd. 


The frontier trail. (R) 


The Pueblo Indians of the Southwest. © 




The Green Archer. (R) 


Safety in the shop. © 


PARAMOUNT PICTURES CORPORATION. 


Luna-cy. (R) 


The story of a river. © 


1501 Broadway, New York. 


Ouch. (R) 


A visit to Japan. © 


Aero-nutics. © 


The runaway taxi. (R) 


We, the people. © 


All girls on deck. © 


Stop, look, and listen. (R) 


What are elements and compounds? © 


The American Venus. (R) © 


Wild West. (R) 


What is color? © 


Ancient fistory. © 


Zowie. (R) 


What is magnetism? © 


Animal hotel. © 




Where did the Indians live? © 


Bear crazy. © 


PATHESCOPE COMPANY OF AMERICA, 


Why we pay taxes. © 
Wintertime safety. © 


Behind the front. (R) © 


INC. 


The best people. (R) © 


Man against crime. 


With liberty and justice for all. © 


Better bait than never. © 






The blind goddess. (R) © 


PATHESCOPE PRODUCTIONS. SEE Pathe- 


PORTER (GENE STRATTON) INC. 


Britannia's athletic cadets. © 


scope Company of America, inc. 


The keeper of the bees. (R) 


Call me Skinny. © 






Child sockology. © 


PAUL BURNFORD PRODUCTIONS. SEE 


PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN THE U. S. A. 


Come back. Little Sheba. 


Burnford (Paul) Productions. 


156 5th Ave., New York 10. 


The crown of lies. (R) ® 




You have been called. © 


Dancing mothers. (R) ® 


PENMAR PICTURES. 




The enchanted hill. (R) © 


Box 104 1-M, Pasadena 1, Calif. 


PRESTON, RALPH C. 


Feast and furious. © 


Preschool patterns. © 


Hoppy, the bunny: background for reading 


Flying horseshoes. © 




and expression. 



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PRINCESS PICTURES, INC. 
11 W. 42d St., New York 36. 
Check-mate. © 

PROKOF'EV, SERGEI SERGEEVICH. 
Peter and the wolf. 

PROKOFIEFF, SERGE SERGEVITCH. SEE 
Prokof'ev, Sergef Sergeevich. 



R-C PICTURES CORPORATION. 
The adventures of Mazie. (R) 
The bandit's baby. (R) 
Forbidden cargo. (R) 



High and handsome. 
The human tornado. 
Let's go, Gallagher. 
The pacemakers. 
Ridin' the wind. (R) 
That devil Quemado. 
Three wise crooks. 



(R) 

(R) 
(R) 



(R) 
(R) 



RKO-PATHE, INC. 

625 Madison Ave., New York. 
Bobby Shantz. © 
Caution, danger ahead. © 
College circus. © 
Husky dogs. © 
Johnny gets his route. © 
King of clubs. © 
Log jam. © 
Lure of the turf. © 
Men of science. © 
Molly Bee sings. © 
Operation A-bomb. © 
The roaring game. © 
Sportsmen's playground. © 
Way back when. © 
Wild boar hunt. © 

RKO RADIO PICTURES, INC. 
1270 6th Ave., New York. 
The adventures of Mazie. (R) © 
Angel face. © 
Baby makes two. © 
The bandit's baby. (R) © 
Bear country. 
Beaver valley. 
Count the hours. © 
Father's day off. 
Father's week end. 
For whom the bulls toil. 
Forbidden cargo. (R) © 
The fresh painter. © 
Half-dressed for dinner. © 
High and handsome. (R) © 
The hitch-hiker. © 
How to be a detective. 
The human tornado. (R) © 
The keeper of the bees. (R) © 
Let's go, Gallagher. (R) © 
Lost in a Turkish bath. © 
Nature's half acre. 
Never wave at a Wac. 
No time for flowers. © 
The Olympic elk. 
The pacemakers. © 
Pardon my wrench. © 
Pluto's Christmas tree. 
Port Sinister. © 
Ridin' the wind. (R) © 
The simple things. 
Split second. © 
Sword of Venus. © 
That devil Quemado. (R) © 
Three chairs for Betty. © 
Three wise crooks. (R) © 
Trick or treat. 
Two weeks vacation. 
Water birds. 

RALSTON PURINA COMPANY. 
Opportunity for growth. © 

RANGE RIDER PRODUCTIONS. 
6920 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood 28. 
The bad men of Rimrock. © 
The black terror. © 
Border City affair. © 
The buckskin. © 
Bullets and badmen. © 
The chase. © 



Cherokee round-up. © 

Convict at large. © 

Hideout. © 

The holy terror. © 

Indian war party. © 

Marshal from Madero. © 

Old timer's trail. © 

Outlaw pistols. © 

Outlaw territory. © 

The saga of Silver Town. © 

Treasure of Santa Dolores. © 

Two fisted justice. © 

West of Cheyenne. © 

Western edition. © 

RANKIN, WILLIAM M. 
South Sea woman. 

RAPHAELSON, SAMSON. 
The jazz singer. 

RAY, MARJORIE ANN; 

13257 12th Ave. South, Seattle 88. 
Melos in Staff Town. © 

RAY, MARJORY ANN. SEE Ray, Marjorie 
Ann. 

RAYMAN, SYLVIA. 
Twilight women. 

RAYMOND, ALEX. 
Jungle Jim. SEE Savage mutiny. 

READ, JOHN G. 
Simple changes in matter. 
The water we drink. 

RECK, DICKSON. 

School of Business Administration, 
University of California, Berkeley, Calif. 
Japan; 80,000,000 mouths to feed. © 

REEVE, ARTHUR BENJAMIN. 
Craig Kennedy. SEE 

Dead right. 

File 1313. 
Craig Kennedy. 

I hate money. 

The Indian giver. 

The kid brother. 

Murder on a million. 

The mystery bullet. 

1616 Hidden Lane Road. 

Tall, dark, and dead. 

The trap. 

The vanisher. 

REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF 
MINNESOTA. SEE Minnesota. University. 
Board of Regents. 

REPUBLIC PICTURES CORPORATION. 

1740 Broadway, New York, 19. 

4024 Radford Ave., North Hollywood. 
Ceylon. 

Commando Cody. © 
Fair wind to Java. © 
Jungle drums of Africa. © 
The lady wants mink. © 
Marshal of Cedar Rock. © 
Old overland trail. ® 
A perilous journey. © 
San Antone. © 
Thunderbirds. © 
The woman they almost lynched. © 



REPUBLIC PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
Republic Pictures Corporation. 



SEE 



REYNOLDS (R. J.) TOBACCO COMPANY, 
c/o William Esty Co., inc., 
100 E. 42nd St., New York. 
Man against crime. © 

RIEGER, JACK. 

145 N. Robertson Blvd., Beverly Hills, 
Calif. 
A day in the country. © 

RIESEBERG, HARRY EARL. 
Port Royal, the ghost city beneath the sea. 
SEE City beneath the sea. 



RIVKIN, ALLEN. 
Battle Circus. 

ROARK, GARLAND. 
Fair wind to Java. 

ROBBINS, SAMUEL PAUL. 
Popular sovereignty — U. S. A. 

ROE, VINGIE EVE. 
The Golden Tide. SEE A perilous journey. 

ROHMER, SAX. PSEUD. SEE Ward, 
Arthur Sarsfield. 

ROHNER, TRAUGOTT. 
Harmony in music. 

ROMBERG, SIGMUND. 
The desert song. 

ROMULUS FILMS, LTD. 
The slasher. 
Twilight women. 

ROSE, WILLIAM. 
Clementine. SEE Bachelor in Paris. 

ROSS ROY, INC. SEE Roy (Ross) inc. 

ROW, PETERSON AND COMPANY. 
1911 Ridge Ave., Evanston, 111. 
The new Down the river road. © 
The new Through the green gate. © 

ROY (ROSS) INC. 

2751 E. Jefferson St., Detroit 7. 
Chrysler New Yorker DeLuxe vs. Lincoln 

Capri. 
Comparing the De Soto Powermaster with 

the Mercury. 
Comparison tells the value story: The '53 

Plymouth Cranbrook versus the Ford 

Customline Eight. 
Complete service builds customer loyalty. 
Concentrate your fire: a comparison of the 

Chrysler Windsor deluxe and the Buick 

super. 
Demonstrate, and they'll like it. 
De Soto versus Pontiac for '53. 
A detailed comparison of the distinguished 

new De Soto Firedome V8 with the 1953 

Oldsmobile ''98". 
Dr. Watson chooses wisely, between the 

Chrysler New Yorker deluxe and the Buick 

Roadmaster. 
The double-bladed knife. 
Explain the differences. 
Hydraulic tappets: Battery performance. 
1953 body service. 
Oil and grease seals. 
Plymouth Hy-drive. 
Serve a need, make a sale. 
Steering alignment and gear shifting. 
The story of combustion. 
Value is more than skin deep (Plymouth 

vs. Chevrolet comparison film) 

RUMPF, OSCAR J. 
The growth in our idea of God. 
One world. 

RUNYON, DAMON. 
Bloodhounds of Broadway. 
Stop, you're killing me. 

RUSSELL, FREDERIC ARTHUR. 
Textbook of salesmanship. SEE 
Approach. 
Making that sale. 
Preapproach. 
Prospecting. 



ST. JOHNS. ADELA ROGERS. 
The girl who had everything. 

SALES EXECUTIVES CLUBS OF AKRON. 
Selling as a career. © 

SAMUEL GOLDWYN PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
SEE Goldwyn (Samuel) Productions, inc. 

SCHERZINGER, B. C. SEE Scherzinger 
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SCHERZINGER MOVIE SALES. 
2165 Dana Ave., Cincinnati 7. 
Creatures of the underworld. © 

SCHWARZ (JACK) PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
846 N. Cahuenga Blvd., Hollywood 38. 
Son of the renegade. © 

SCHWIMMER (WALTER) PRODUCTIONS, 
INC. 

75 E. Wacker Dr., Chicago 1. 
Movie quick quiz. © 

SCIENCE PICTURES, INC. 
The Protestant Reformation. 

SCOTT, ELIZABETH EILEEN. 
610 E. 84th St., Chicago 19. 
Peter and the wolf. © 

SCREEN ASSOCIATES, INC. 

333 S. Beverly Dr., Beverly Hills, Calif. 
Aftermath. © 
Dinner party. © 
Marked X. © 
Something for Ginger. © 
Teacher of the year. © 
Tenampa. © 

SEARLE (G. D.) AND COMPANY. 
Therapy influencing the autonomic nervous 
system. 

SEGY, LADISLAS. 

Segy Gallery, 708 Lexington Ave., 
New York 22. 
Buma; African sculpture speaks. © 

SEIDEN, JOSEPH. 
Carnival gal. 

SEMINAR FILMS, INC. 
Time for television. 



SHAKESPEARE, 
Julius Caesar. 



WILLIAM. 



SHEFFIELD CORPORATION. 
Air for every gaging job. © 
Precision for production. © 
Report from industry. © 

SHERER, OSBORN. 
Black, brown, or gold. 
Don't shoot. 
Fins, feathers, and fur. 
From the sea to you. 

SHERER SALES COMPANY, INC. 
West Rd., Little Compton, R. I. 
Black, brown, or gold. © 
Don't shoot. © 
Fins, feathers, and fur. © 
From the sea to you. © 

SHULMAN, MAX. 
Confidentially Connie. 

SIBLEY, MABEL. 

609 Philadelphia Ave., Washington 12. 
The depths of space. © 
The Milky Way. © 
The moon. © 
The solar system. © 
The sun. © 

SIBLEY, RUROY. 
The depths of space. 
The Milky Way. 
The moon. 
The solar system. 
The sun. 

SILVER FILM. 

c/o Joseph Burstyn, inc., 
113 W. 42nd St., New York 36. 
Justice is done. © 

SILVER FILMS. SEE Silver Film. 

SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY. 
149 Broadway, New York. 
A tale of two seams. © 



SLAUGHTER, FRANK GILL. 
Sangaree. 

SMART, DAVID A. 

Coronet Bldg., Chicago. 
Harmony in music. © 
Literature appreciation: How to read 

essays. © 
Mittens, the kitten. © 
Paul Bunyan and the blue ox. © 
Peppy, the puppy. © 
Safety on the way to school. © 
The water we drink. © 
SEE ALSO Coronet Instructional Films. 

SMART, GABY DURE, EXECUTOR OF THE 
ESTATE OF DAVID A. SMART, DECEASED. 

Coronet Bldg., Chicago. 
Harmony in music. © 
Ijlterature appreciation: How to read 

essays. © 
Mittens, the kitten. © 
Paul Bunyan and the blue ox. © 
Peppy, the puppy. © 
Safety on the way to school. © 
The water we drink. © 

SMART, JOHN. 

Coronet Bldg., Chicago. 
Ancient Mesopotamia. © 

The English language: story of its develop- 
ment. © 
Farmyard babies. © 
Flipper, the seal: background for reading 

and expression. © 
The Golden Rule: a lesson for beginners. © 
Hoppy, the bunny: background for reading 

and expression. © 
How to prepare a class report. © 
Japan: the land and the people. © 
The law of demand and supply. © 
Let's measure: inches, feet, and yards. © 
Literature appreciation: How to read 

novels. © 
Mary had a little lamb: background for 

reading and expression. © 
Mind your manners. © 
On the way to school: background for 

reading and expression. © 
One rainy day: background for reading and 

expression. © 
Personal health for girls. © 
Personal hygiene for boys. © 
Prehistoric times: the world before man. © 
Rest that builds good health. © 
Robert E. Lee: a background study. © 
School rules: how they help us. © 
Simple changes in matter. © 
Television: how it works. © 
The toy telephone truck: background for 

reading and expression. © 
Understanding our earth: soil. © 
Understanding the dollar. © 
What the frost does: background for reading 

and expression. © 
Who are the people of America? © 
Working safely in the shop. © 
Zoo animals of our storybooks: background 

for reading and expression. © 

SMITH, GEORGE OLIVER, d.b.a. FILM 
ORIGINALS. SEE Film Originals. 

SMITH, HELEN STANFIELD, d.b.a. FILM 
ORIGINALS. SEE Film Originals. 

SMITLEY (NORRIS) PRODUCTIONS. 
Fort Wayne. 
Meet the heavyweights. 

SOCIETY FOR VISUAL EDUCATION, INC. 
Peter and the wolf. 

SOUNDFILM STUDIOS, INC. 
4815 Cabot Ave., Detroit. 
Stepping up with the Joneses. © 

SOUSA, JOHN PHILIP. 
Marching along. SEE Stars and stripes 
forever. 

SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE 
COMPANY. 
Climbing with safety. 



SPOCK, BENJAMIN MC LANE. 
The pocket book of baby and child care. SEE 
Dr. Spock. 

STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF INDIANA. 
910 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago 80. 
Glamour queen. © 
Midwest holiday. © 

STANDARD PUBLISHING COMPANY. 
20 E. Central Parkway, Cincinnati 10. 
Favorite Bible stories. © 
God's gifts. © 
Stories about Jesus. © 

STANDARD REGISTER COMPANY. 
Maximum performance. © 

STANLEY KRAMER COMPANY. SEE 
Kramer (Stanley) Company. 

STANTON, THOMAS JAMES. 
Indian corn. 
Indian tools, 

STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, 
COLLEGE OF FORESTRY AT SYRACUSE. 
SEE Syracuse University. New York State 
College of Forestry. 

STERN, DAVID. 
Francis covers the Big Town. 

STONE, IRVING. 
The President's lady. 

STRANG, RUTH. 
Literature appreciation: How to read novels. 

STRATFORD PICTURES CORPORATION. 
1560 Broadway, New York 36. 
Angels one five. © 

SUCCESSFUL FARMING. 
How to save more pigs. 

SUPERIOR COACH CORPORATION. 

Priceless heritage. 

SURDEZ, GEORGES. 
The demon caravan. SEE Desert legion. 

SUTHERLAND (JOHN) PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
201 N. Occidental Blvd., Los Angeles 26. 
A is for atom. 

SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY. NEW YORK STATE 
COLLEGE OF FORESTRY. 

Syracuse 10, N. Y. 
Time-lapse studies of growing trees. © 



TV -RADIO WORKSHOP. SEE Ford Founda- 
tion. 
TV-Radio Workshop. 

TAMBLING, FRED C. 

24 Fir Hill, Akron, Ohio. 
Selling as a career. 

TAVAN, NORMAN J. 

3305 Chillum Rd., Mt. Rainier, Md. 
Modern wine making. © 

TAYLOR, STANFORD EARL. 
Controlled exposure. 
Controlled reading. Unit lA. 

TEACHERS WORKSHOP, 
c/o Robert Friedman, 
524 N. Normandie Ave., Los Angeles 4. 
In unity. © 

TEMPLAR PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 
Angels one five. 

TERRYTOONS, INC. 

38 Centre Ave., New Rochelle, N. Y. 
Dinky in The orphan egg. © 
Little Roquefort in Flop secret. © 
Little Roquefort in Mouse meets bird. © 
Little Roquefort in Playful puss. © 



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Mighty Mouse in A soapy opera. © 
Mighty Mouse in Hot rods. © 
Terry Bears in Picnic with papa. © 
Terry Bears in Plumber's helpers. © 

TESTED TEACHING FILMS CORPORATION. 

260 Islip Ave., Islip, Long Island, N. Y. 
Bottled health, from farm to you. © 
Electricity, the home servant. © 
Holidays for us to remember: February 12, 

1809, Abraham Lincoln, the man who 

saved the Union. © 
Holidays for us to remember: February 22, 

1732, the birthday of George Washington, 

our first President. © 
Let's learn about magnets. © 
Let's learn about trees. © 
Let's learn about trees by their leaves. © 
The postal story. © 

TEXAS PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY. 
Hang out the welcome sign. 

THAMS, CHRISTIAN. 
Equatorial Africa, Roosevelt's hunting 
grounds. (R) 

THEMAN, VIOLA. 
On the way to school: background for 
reading and expression. 

THOR PRODUCTIONS. 

The star. 

The steel trap. 

TICKELL, JERRARD. 
Appointment with Venus. SEE Island 
rescue. 



TIDINGS. 
Laymen witness for Christ. 



© 



TIME, INC. 

Time-Life Bldg., New York. 

Art in America. © 

A baseball rookie's big chance. © 

The beehive. © 

Canadian boom. © 

Christmas time in Elkhorn. © 

A city is born: Levittown, Pa. ® 

A country girl in Paris. © 

Crusade in Europe. 

Dance madness. © 

Dr. Spock. © 

Formosa: blueprint for a free China. © 

Germany. © 

The green paradise of Goa: Portugal's out- 
post in India. © 

Hawaii: our next state. © 

The holiday. © 

The hypochondriac. © 

The Kremlin's problem people: the 
Ukrainians. © 

Men around Eisenhower. © 

Metamorphosis. © 

The Middle East, powderkeg on the rim 
of the Communist world. © 

The Monongahela, America's busiest 
river. © 

A nation decides. © 

The new Congress. © 

New frontiers in space. © 

New India's people. © 

New Orleans: gateway to the world. © 

Night and day. © 

Night music. © 

Nymphs of Versailles. © 

Our stake in troubled Morocco. © 

Progress report on Pakistan. © 

The Protestant Reformation. © 

Report on our atomic development. © 

Schools and the community. © 

The Sleeping Beauty. © 

State of the Nation. © 

The swan song. © 

Vienna today. © 

TIME, INC. MARCH OF TIME (DIVISION) 
Art in America. 
A baseball rookie's big chance. 
The beehive. 
Canadian boom. 
Christmas time in Elkhorn. 
A city is born: Levittown, Pa. 



A country girl in Paris. 

Dance madness. 

Dr. Spock. 

Formosa: blueprint for a free China. 

Germany. 

The green paradise of Goa: Portugal's out- 
post in India. 

Hawaii: our next state. 

The holiday. 

The hypochondriac. 

The Kremlin's problem people: the 
Ukrainians. 

Men around Eisenhower. 

The Middle East, powderkeg on the rim of 
the Communist world. 

The Monongahela, America's busiest 
river. 

My son's dad. 

A nation decides. 

The new Congress. 

New frontiers in space. 

New India's people. 

New Orleans: gateway to the world. 

Night and day. 

Night music. 

Nymphs of Versailles. 

Our stake in troubled Morocco. 

Progress report on Pakistan. 

Report on our atomic development. 

Schools and the community. 

The Sleeping Beauty. 

State of the Nation. 

The swan song. 

Vienna today. 

TOLEDO SCALE COMPANY. 
A fundamental of weighing. © 

TORGE PHOTOS. 

River Bend Rd., RFD 1, Box 199, 
Vienna, Va. 
This is Korea. © 

TORS, IVAN. 
The 49th man. 

TRANSFILM, INC. 
Approach. 
Making that sale. 
Preapproach. 
Prospecting. 

TRAVIS, MARGARET CARLILE. 
Cooking series. 
Infant care series. 
Snakes can be interesting. 

TRENDLE, GEORGE W. 
Bandits in uniform. 
Best laid plans. 
Black gold. 
The condemned man. 
Delayed action. 
The deserter. 
Desperado at large. 
Devil's bog. 
The Durango Kid. 
The empty strongbox. 
Frame for two. 
The godless men. 
Indian Charlie. 
Jeb's gold mine. 
The map. 
Mrs. Banker. 
The new neighbor. 
Outlaw underground. 
Outlaw's son. 
The pledge. 
Ranger in danger. 
The right to vote. 
The sheriff's son. 
Sinner by proxy. 
Son by adoption. 
Special edition. 
A stage for madamoiselle. 
Through the wall. 
Trader Boggs. 
Treason at Dry Creek. 
Trial by fire. 
Trouble in town. 
Tumblerock law. 

TROESTER, CARL A. 
Personal hygiene for boys. 



TWENTIETH CENTURY-FOX FILM CORPO- 
RATION. 

444 W 56th St., New York. 
The ancient mariner. (R) © 
A bankrupt honeymoon. (R) © 
The best bad man. (R) © 
Birth of Venus; art of the Renaissance. 
Black paradise. (R) © 
Bloodhounds of Broadway. © 
Breath of disaster. © 
Call me madam. © 
Control yourself. (R) © 
The cowboy and the countess. (R) © 
Crusade in Europe. © 
Cupid a la carte. (R) © 
The Desert Rats. © 
The desert's price. (R) © 
Destination Gobi. © 
Dinky in The orphan egg. 
A Dixie merchant. (R) © 
Down among the sheltering palms. © 
Early to wed. (R) © 
East Side, West Side. (R) © 
Eight cylinder bull. (R) © 
Elsie in New York. (R) © 
Epic drama. © 
Failure. (R) © 
The feud. (R) © 
The fighting buckaroo. (R) © 
The fighting tailor. (R) © 
The first year. (R) © 
A flaming affair. (R) © 
A flying fool. (R) © 
From a cabby's seat. (R) © 
The gilded butterfly. (R) © 
The girl next door. © 
The golden strain. (R) © 
Gridiron Goliaths. © 
Hard boiled. (R) © 
Heavy swells. (R) © 
Hell's 400. (R) © 
His own lawyer. (R) © 
The I don't care girl. © 
Invaders from Mars. 
The Johnstown flood. (R) © 
Joy of living; the art of Renoir. 
Kalamazoo klouters. (R) © 
Little Roquefort in Flop secret. 
Little Roquefort in Mouse meets bird. © 
Little Roquefort in Playful puss. © 
The mad racer. (R) © 
The man four-square. (R) © 
Man on a tightrope. © 
Matrimony blues. (R) © 
Mighty Mouse in A soapy opera. 
Mighty Mouse in Hot rods. 
Moving day. (R) © 
My cousin Rachel. © 
My own pal. (R) © 
My pal Gus. © 
Niagara. © 

The night watch; the art of Rembrandt. 
Night without sleep. © 
An officer of the day. (R) © 
The outsider. (R) © 
The palace of pleasure. (R) © 
A Parisian knight. (R) © 
Pawnshop politics. (R) © 
The peacemakers. (R) © 
Pickup on South Street. © 
The polar baron. (R) © 
Pony soldier. © 
Powder River. © 
The President's lady. © 
Rah: Rah: Heidelberg: (R) © 
The reporter. (R) © 
The road to glory. (R) © 
Ruby Gentry. © 
Rustling for Cupid. (R) © 
Sandy. (R) © 

The Shamrock Handicap. (R) © 
Siberia. (R) © 
The silver whip. © 
The snows of Kilimanjaro. © 
The social triangle. (R) © 
Something for the birds. © 
The star. © 

Stars and stripes forever. © 
The steel trap. © 
Taxi. © 

Terry Bears in Picnic with papa. 
Terry Bears in Plumber's helpers. 
Titanic. © 
Tonight we sing. © 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Jan.-Jime 



TWENTIETH CENTURY-FOX FILM CORPO- 
RATION. Cont'd. 
Tony runs wild. (R) © 
Too many relations. (R) © 
Treasure of the Golden Condor. © 
Two lips in Holland. (R) © 
U. S. Olympic champions. © 
Wages for wives. (R) © 
When the door opened. (R) © 
A woman of letters. (R) © 
The Yankee senor. (R) © 
Yellow fingers. (R) © 
The young immortal; the art of Raphael. 

TWENTIETH CENTURY FUND. 
Inflation. 



UFA FILMS, INC. 
The last laugh. (R) 

UNION CARBIDE AND CARBON CORPO- 
RATION. 

30 E. 42nd St., New York 17. 
Braze welding. © 
By way of experience. © 
Meeting the challenge. © 

UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGRE- 
GATIONS. 

838 5th Ave., New York. 
Around the world with Hebrew. © 
The Book of Books. © 
Isaac M. Wise, master builder of American 

Judaism. © 

UNITED ARTISTS CORPORATION. 
Bandits of Corsica, 
Bwana devil. 
Guerrilla girl. 
Luxury girls. 
Monsoon. 

Outpost in Malaya. 
Phantom from space. 
Raiders of the seven seas. 
Son of the renegade. 

UNITED CHURCH WOMEN. 
Women united for a Christian world. © 

UNITED PRODUCTIONS OF AMERICA. 
Captains outrageous. 
Design of American public education. 
The emperor's new clothes. 
The little boy with a big horn. 
The school and the community. 

U. S. ATTORNEY GENERAL. 
The last laugh. (R) © 

UNITED STATES STEEL CORPORATION. 
71 Broadway, New York 6. 
A better way. © 
New neighbor. 
Steel. © 

UNITED WORLD FILMS, INC. 
1445 Park Ave., New York. 
Alphabet antics. © 
Bar 20 rides again. © 
Beethoven's First symphony [and] Chopin's 

waltz. © 
Blazing guns. © 
Border justice. © 
Cheyenne cowboy. © 
Danger trail. © 
Desperate trails. © 
The development of the chick. © 
Emperor waltz [and] You and you. © 
Flying action. © 

Football parade of the year 1950. © 
Football parade of the year 1951. © 
The great chase. © 
Great moments from Aida. © 
Great moments from Boris Godunoff. © 
Great moments from Don Giovanni. © 
Great moments from II trovatore. © 
Great moments from La traviata. © 
Great moments from Tales of Hoffman. © 
Heart of the West. © 
Hit the silk. © 
Hurry, hurry. © 
Life cycle of the frog. © 
Overture to La traviata (and) Chopin's 
ballet. © 



Prairie pirates. © 

Railroad story. © 

Roses from the south (and) Vienna blood. © 

Rustler's valley. © 

The story of a frog. © 

A thousand and one nights [and] Treasure 

waltz. © 
Three on the trail. © 
Trail dust. © 
West of Laramie. © 
Western feudl © 
Wine, woman, and song [and] Lagoon 

waltz. © 

UNITED WORLD FILMS, INC. CASTLE 
FILMS DIVISION. 
Alphabet antics. 
Bar 20 rides again. 
Beethoven's First symphony [and] Chopin's 

waltz. 
Blazing guns. 
Border justice. 
Cheyenne cowboy. 
Danger trail. 
Desperate trails. 
Emperor waltz [and] You and you. 
Flying action. 

Football parade of the year 1950. 
Football parade of the year 1951. 
The great chase. 
Great moments from Aida. 
Great moments from Boris Godunoff. 
Great moments from Don Giovanni. 
Great moments from II trovatore. 
Great moments from La traviata. 
Great moments from Tales of Hoffman. 
Heart of the West. 
Hit the silk. 
Hurry, hurry. 
Overture to La traviata [and] Chopin's 

ballet. 
Prairie pirates. 
Railroad story. 

Roses from the south [and] Vienna blood. 
Rustler's valley. 
A thousand and one nights [and] Treasure 

waltz. 
Three on the trail. 
Trail dust. 
West of Laramie. 
Western feud. 
Wine, woman, and song [and] Lagoon 

waltz. 
SEE ALSO Castle Films, inc. 

UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL. 
445 Park Ave., New York. 
Buccaneer Woodpecker. © 
The dog that cried wolf. © 
Operation Sawdust. © 
Termites from Mars. © 
What's sweepin'. © 
SEE ALSO Universal Pictures Company, inc. 

UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL FILMS, INC. 
445 Park Ave., New York. 
The importance of being Earnest. 
Island rescue. 
The penny princess. 
The story of Mandy. 

UNIVERSAL PICTURES COMPANY, INC. 
445 Park Ave., New York. 
Abbott and Costello go to Mars. © 
All I desire. © 

Andy Russell and Delia in House party. © 
Buccaneer Woodpecker. 
City beneath the sea. © 
Column south. © 
Deadly drums. © 
Desert legion. © 
The dog that cried wolf. 
Don Cornell sings. © 
Fiesta frolics. © 
Francis covers the Big Town. © 
Get a horse. © 
Girls in the night. © 
The great Sioux uprising. © 
Gunsmoke. © 

Harry James and the Music Makers. © 
It happens every Thursday. © 
King Winter. © 
Law and order. © 



Les Brown and his orchestra — crazy 

frolic. © 
Lone hand. © 

Ma and Pa Kettle on vacation. © 
The Mississippi gambler. © 
Music on the double. © 
Operation Sawdust. 
Out of the earth. © 
The redhead from Wyoming. 
Seminole. © 
Siege. (R) © 
Sky police. © 
Spook ranch. (R) © 
Take me to town. © 
The teaser. (R) © 
Termites from Mars. 
Toast of songs. © 

Universal international newsreel. © 
What's sweepin'. 
The world's most beautiful girls. © 

UNIVERSAL PICTURES CORPORATION. 
Raffles, the amateur cracksman. (R) 
Siege. (R) 
Spook ranch. (R) 
The teaser. (R) 

SEE ALSO Universal International tilms, 
inc. 

UNTER, LESTER. 

1801 Ave. N, Brooklyn 3D. 
Shadow land. © 



VANDYKE PICTURES CORPORATION, LTD. 
Bachelor in Paris. 

VENNARD, EDWIN. 
How water control is being used to promote 

government ownership of electric power. 
Multi-purpose dams and their relation to 

the electric industry. 
River development and flood control. 

VERNON J. KRAFT FILM PRODUCTIONS. 
SEE Kraft (Vernon J.) Film Productions. 

VIKING PICTURES CORPORATION. 
1415 Howard St., Chicago. 
Lumber for houses. © 
The story of potatoes. © 
The story of rice. © 

VISUAL SCIENCES. 
Using air pressure. © 
What air does. © 
What air is. © 
What air pressure is. © 

VITAGRAPH COMPANY OF AMERICA. 
Baree, son of Kazan. (R) 
The happy warrior. (R) 
Steele of the Royal Mounted. (R) 
Tides of passion. (R) 

VITAPHONE CORPORATION. 

321 W. 44th St., New York. 
America for me. © 
Ant pasted. © 
Birthplace of hockey. © 
The brave little bat. © 
Cheyenne days. © 
Don't give up the sheep. © 
Duck amuck. © 
Fiesta for sports. © 
Forward, march hare. © 
Fowl weather. © 
Hare lift. © 
Hare trimmed. © 
Head over heels. © 
Here we go again. © 
Kiss me cat © 
A mouse divided. © 
Much ado about nutting. © 
Muscle tussle. © 
No adults allowed. © 
A' peck o' trouble. © 
Snow business. © 
So you want a television set. © 
So you want to be a musician. © 
So you want to learn to dance. © 
Southern fried rabbit. © 



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Sporting courage. © 
The stupid Cupid. © 
Thar she blows. © 
Too much speed. © 
Under the little big top. © 
Upswept hare. © 
Yoho, wonder vaUey. © 

VOGUE WRIGHT STUDIOS. 

237 E. Ontario St., Chicago 11. 
Built for each other. 
The clock radio story. 
Dark daze. 
Mind your manners. 
One for the money. 
Split second survival. 
Step up and sell. 
Tell and vision selling. 

VON KELLER, E. S. SEE Keller, E. S. 

VON KELLER, F. W. SEE Keller, F. W. 

VROMAN, MARY ELIZABETH. 
See how they run. SEE Bright road. 



W 



WAAGENAAR, SAM. 
Bangkok, golden temple paradise. 
Hongkong, where two worlds meet. 

WALKER, BRUCE. 
Master crook. SEE The slasher. 

WALLIS-HAZEN, INC. 

c/o Paramount Pictures Corp., 
1501 Broadway, New York. 
Come back. Little Sheba. © 
Scared stiff. © 
The stooge. © 

WALTER SCHWIMMER PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
SEE Schwimmer (Walter) Productions, inc. 

WARD, ARTHUR SARSFIELD. 
The zayat kiss. 

WARNER BROTHERS CARTOONS, INC. 
Ant pasted. 
The brave little bat. 
Don't give up the sheep. 
Duck amuck. 
Forward, march hare. 
Fowl weather. 
Hare lift. 
Hare trimmed. 
Kiss me cat. 
A mouse divided. 
Much ado about nutting. 
Muscle tussle. 
A peck o' trouble. 
Snow business. 
Southern fried rabbit. 
The stupid Cupid. 
Upswept hare. 

WARNER BROTHERS PICTURES, INC. 
321 W. 44th St., New York. 
Baree, son of Kazan. (R) © 
The beast from 20,000 fathoms. © 
The blue gardenia. 
Bobbed hair. (R) © 
By the light of the silvery moon. © 
Chickie. (R) © 
The desert flower. (R) © 
The desert song. © 
Eve's lover. (R) © 
The golden cocoon. (R) © 
The happy warrior. (R) © 
Heart of a siren. (R) © 
Heart of a temptress. (R) © 
Her husband's secret. (R) © 
House of wax. © 
How Baxter butted in. (R) © 
I confess. © 
I want my man. (R) © 
Jan Garber and his orchestra. © 
The jazz singer © 
The limited mail. (R) © 
The making of O'Malley. (R) © 
The man behind the gun. © 
The man without a conscience. (R) © 



The marriage whirl. (R) © 

My wife and I. (R) © 

The necessary evil. (R) © 

One way street. (R) © 

One year to live. (R) © 

Recompense. (R) © 

Sally. (R) © 

The scarlet West. (R) © 

She's back on Broadway. © 

South Sea woman. © 

Steele of the Royal Mounted. (R) © 

Stop, you're killing me. © 

The system. © 

The talker. (R) © 

Tides of passion. (R) © 

Tracked in the snow country. (R) © 

Trouble along the way. © 

Welcome home. (R) © 

The wife who wasn't wanted. (R) © 

The woman hater. (R) © 

WARNER NEWS, INC. 

321 W. 44th St., New York. 
Warner Pathe news. © 

WARWICK AND LEGLER. INC. 
230 Park Ave., New York 17. 
Texas longhorn steer comnnercial. 

WAYNE CRANE DIVISION, AMERICAN 
STEEL DREDGE COMPANY, INC. SEE 
American Steel Dredge Company, inc. 
Wayne Crane Division. 

WEBB, HARRY. 

Audio-Visual Section, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis. 
Homespun. © 

WEEDON, VIVIAN. 
Safety on the way to school. 

WEISER, CLARANCE HARRY. 

1145 Collins Ave., Topeka. Kan. 
Climbing with safety. © 

WEISS (ADRIAN) PRODUCTIONS. 

655 N. Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles 36. 
Dead right. © 
File 1313. © 
I hate money. © 
The Indian giver. © 
The kid brother. © 
Murder on a million. © 
The mystery bullet. © 
1616 Hidden Lane Road. © 
Tall, dark, and dead. © 
The trap. © 
The vanisher. © 

WELLCOME FILM UNIT. SEE Wellcome 
Foundation, ltd. Wellcome Film Unit. 

WELLCOME FOUNDATION, LTD. 
The children's vocabulary of a new sign 
language. 

WELLCOME FOUNDATION, LTD. WELL- 
COME FILM UNIT. 

Euston Rd., 

London N. W. 1. 
The children's vocabulary of a new sign 

language. 

WENDT, PAUL R. 
Mittens, the kitten. 
Peppy, the puppy. 

WESTON, GARNETT. 
Pony soldier. 

WHIRLPOOL CORPORATION. 
St. Joseph, Mich. 
Circuits and cycles. © 
Mother takes a holiday. 
Service highlights. © 
You're the doctor. © 

WHITLOCK AND COMPANY, INC. 
333 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago. 
One for the money. © 

WILDE, OSCAR. 
The importance of being Earnest. 



WILDING PICTURE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

1345 Argyle St., Chicago 40. 
The approach in selling and what it means 

to you. 
Best features forward. 
A better way. 
Bright prospects. 
The close. 

Dairy barns, U. S. A. 
Deep roots. 

A delivery to remember. 
Digging for gold — selling non- buying 

accounts. 
Don't die on third. 
Double-take. 
The final step. 
The freedom with a future. 
A geography of retailing. 
Glamour queen. 
Good business. 
The greatest Mercury yet. 
His private sales force — selling display. 
A home of their own — segregating Nabisco 

products. 
Land battleship. 
Let's get personal. 
Letter of recommendation. 
Midwest holiday. 
Operation Mexico. 
Out of the shadows — human relations in 

selling. 
Powered to leave the past far behind. 
Quality unlimited. 
Road demonstration, the big show. 
Setting up shop — Nabisco departments in 

the store. 
The spice of life — introducing a new 

product. 
Summing up with Joe Bayne. 
The tools of our trade. 
Trade-in tactics. 
The voice of the shadow. 
The woman in the case. 

WILLIAM BOYD PRODUCTIONS. SEE Boyd 
(William) Productions. 

WILLIAM F. BROIDY PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
SEE Broidy (William F.) Productions, inc. 

WILLIAM P. GOTTLIEB COMPANY. SEE 
Gottlieb (William P.) Company. 

WINSBOROUGH, ROBB M. 
How water control is being used to promote 

government ownership of electric power. 
Multi-purpose dams and their relation to 

the electric industry. 
River developnient and flood control. 

WINTERTON, PAUL. 
Came the dawn. SEE Never let me go. 

WINTHROP-STEARNS, INC. 

1450 Broadway, New York 18. 
Regional analgesia. © 

WOMAN'S DAY, INC. 

19 W. 44th St.. New York 31. 
A geography of retailing. © 

WOOD. IRENE BLAISDELL. 

663 Highland Ave.. Bremerton, Wash. 
Melos in Staff Town. © 

WOODS (T. F.) PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

145 N. Robertson Blvd., Beverly Hills, 
Calif. 
The tall Texan. © 

WOUK, HERMAN. 
Confidentially Connie. 

WREN, F. LYNWOOD. 
Let's measure: inches, feet, and yards. 

WRIGHT (NORMAN) PRODUCTIONS. INC. 
The oil man's bazooka. 

WYANDOTTE CHEMICALS CORPORATION. 
Wyandotte. Mich. 
Modern commercial dish washing. © 



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Jan.-June 



Y 


In the spring. © 
In the summer. © 




Z 


YALE UNIVERSITY. PRESS. FILM SER- 


In the winter. © 




ZABRISKIE, GEORGE A. 


VICE. 


Infant care series. 




In case of atomic attack. 


384 4th Ave., New York 16. 


Intermediate art series. 






The story of the American Indian. © 


Narcotics and you. © 




ZENITH RADIO CORPORATION. 




Paolo's birthday ride. 




6001 W. Dickens Ave.. Chicago 39. 


YOUNG AMERICA FILMS, INC. 


Piet takes a barge trip. 




Built for each other. © 


18 E. 41st St., New York 17. 


The procrastinator. © 




The clock radio story. © 


Air and its properties. 


Quotation marks and italics. © 




Step up and sell. © 


Alcohol and you. Pt. 1-2. © 


Responsibility. © 




Tell and vision selling. © 


All matter has three forms. 


Robi's Alpine summer. 






The comma. © 


Semicolon and colon. © 




ZIMM, MAURICE. 


Cooking series. 


Simone's surprise. 




Jeopardy. 


Dressings and bandages used in first aid. © 


The ski meet. 






End punctuation marks. © 


Snakes can be interesting. 




ZOUBEK, CHARLES E. 


A family of Canada. 


Street safety is your problem. 




Gregg dictation simplified. SEE Teaching 


A family of Denmark. 


The thermometer. 




Gregg shorthand simplified: Developing 


A family of Greece. 


Transportation of the injured. © 




shorthand speed. 


A family of Switzerland. 


The use of artificial respiration in 


first 


Gregg shorthand manual... SEE 


A family of the Netherlands. 


aid. © . 




Doing homework in Gregg shorthand 


A family of Turkey. 


Water and its work. 




simplified. 


First aid for bleeding and shock. © 


Why things float. 




Doing homework in Gregg shorthand 


First aid for bone, muscle & joint 


Your cleanliness. © 




simplified, functional method. 


injuries. © 


Your responsibilities in first aid. 


© 


Teaching Gregg shorthand simplified: A 


First aid for injuries caused by heat and 






typical lesson. 


cold. © 


YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATIONS. 


Teaching Gregg shorthand simplified: 


First aid for wounds. © 


291 Broadway, New York 7. 




Teaching marginal reminders. 


First aid in common emergencies. © 


My son's dad. 




Teaching Gregg shorthand simplified: 


For teachers only, a bit of philoso-fun. © 






The first lesson. 


Frictional electricity. 


YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATIONS. 


Previewed dictation. SEE Teaching Gregg 


Homespun holiday. 


NATIONAL BOARD. 




shorthand simplified: Developing short- 


In the autumn. © 


My son's dad. © 




hand speed. 

ZWART. GERRIT C, d.b.a. VISUAL 
SCIENCES. SEE Visual Sciences. 



irU. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : O - 1953 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

Third Series 

VOLUME 7, PARTS 12-13, NUMBER 2 



Motion Pictures 

and Filmstrips 



JULY-DECEMBER 

1953 










COPYRIGHT OFFICE 

THE LIBRARY QF CONGRESS 

WASHINGTON: 1954 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 
Third Series 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 
Third Series 

VOLUME 7, PARTS 12-13, NUMBER 2 



Motion Pictures 

and Filmstrips 



JULY-DECEMBER 

1953 







COPYRIGHT OFFICE 

THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

WASHINGTON: 1954 



REMOVAL OF DEPOSITS FROM 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE 

NOTICE is given to authors, copyright proprietors and 
other lawful claimants that they may claim and remove 
before January 1, 1955, any article of the following named 
classes of published works deposited for copyright between 
January 1, 1951, and January 1, 1952, 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 : 

Books and Pamphlets. 

Contributions to periodicals. 

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

Reproductions of a work of art. 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical chat' 

acter. 
Photographs. 
Prints and pictorial illustrations excluding prints or labels 

used for articles of merchandise. 

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

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



L. C. card. 6-35347 



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



For sale by the Register of Copyrights, Library of 
Congress, Washington 25, D. C. Price for this part: 
$0.50 per issue, $1.00 per year. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Page 

Motion Pictures and Filmstrips 91 

Classified List 119 

Subject Index for Nontheatrical Films 123 

Renewals 125 

Index of Claimants, Producing Companies, Sponsors and 

Authors ; 131 

PREFACE 



The CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES is 

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

Each annual volume is subdivided to represent 
the classes of material listed in section 5 of Title 17 
of the United States Code. The table at the end of 
this preface shows the organization of the Catalog, 
the symbols used in the registration numbers to 
distinguish the classes, and the prices of the semi- 
annual issues. The annual subscription for each 
part is twice the price of a single issue and the 
complete catalog, including all parts, may be secured 
on a subscription basis for $20 a year. 

Each copyright registration listed in the Catalog 
is recorded in a main entry, which includes a descrip- 
tion of the work copyrighted and data relating to 
the copyright claim (the name of the copyright 
claimant, the copyright date, the copyright registra 
tion number, etc.). Cross-references, and, in some 
cases, indexes, are provided. 

The name of the copyright claimant in each 
entry is that given in the application for registra- 
tion. Available information in the records of the 
Copyright Of^ce relating to subsequent changes of 
ownership can be obtained upon request and upon 
payment to the Register of Copyrights of the fee 



specified in the law for the conduct of a search of the 
records. 

In the case of each registration listed, except for 
renewals, the deposit of a copy (or copies) of the 
work has been made in accordance with the provi- 
sions contained in sections 12, 13, or 215 of Title 17 
of the United States Code, or, in the case of pub- 
lished three-dimensional works of art, there has 
been compliance with section 202.8 (b) of the regu- 
lations of the Copyright Office, published in the 
Code of Federal Regulations, 1949 Edition, which 
provides for the deposit of identifying reproductions 
m lieu of the work itself. To distinguish foreign 
works, for which two copies have been deposited 
under section 215 of Title 17 of the United States 
Code, a zero immediately following the class symbol 
in the registration number has been used. 

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

Orders, payable in advance, for all parts of the 
Catalog of Copyright Entries should be sent directly 
to the Register of Copyrights, Library of Congress, 
Washington 25, D. C. Orders may be placed for 
individual issues, as subscriptions for one or more 
parts or for the complete Catalog, and for periods 
of one or more years. All orders should state 
clearly the title and the inclusive dates of the part 
wanted. Checks or money orders should be made 
payable to the Register of Copyrights. 

The Copyright Office welcomes inquiries, sug- 
gestions, and comments on the content and organi' 
zation of the Catalog. Such communications should 



be addressed to the Chief of the Cataloging Division, 
Copyright Office, Library of Congress, Washington 
25, D. C. 

In the following table, the symbols listed reprc' 
sent the materials principally contained in each 
part; for other materials, including renewals (always 
designated by the symbol R), which may be in- 
cluded in a particular part and for a more complete 
statement of contents, the respective ''How'tO'Use" 
section should be consulted. In a registration num- 
ber a zero immediately following the symbol, i. e., 
AFO, EFO, indicates that two copies of a foreign 
publication have been deposited with a catalog card 
and apphcation for registration, under the provisions 
of section 215 of Title 17 of the United States Code. 



Table of Organization 

Price per 

scmmnnual 

issue 

Part 1 Books and Pamphlets, Includ'ng Serials and 

Contributions to Periodicals $2.50 

A Books 

AF Books in foreign languages published abroad 

AI Books in the English language first published 

abroad * 

B5 Contributions to periodicals 

Part 2 Periodicals 1.00 

B Periodicals 

BF Periodicals in foreign languages published abroad 
BI Periodicals in the English language first pub' 
lished abroad 



Parts 3-4 Dramas and Works Prepared for Oral 

Delivery 

C Lectures and other works prepared for oral 

delivery 
DF Dramatic and dramatico-musical works pub- 
lished abroad 
DP Published dramatic and dramatico-musical works 
DU Unpublished dramatic and dramatico-musical 
works 



1.00 



Price per 

semannual 

issue 

Part 5A Published Music $1.50 

EF Musical compositions published abroad 
EP Musical compositions pubUshed in the United 
States 

Part 5B Unpublished Music 1.50 

EU Unpubhshed Music 

Part 5C Renewal Registrations — Music 1.00 

R Renewal registrations 

Part 6 Maps and Atlases 50 

F Maps 

Parts 7-11 A Works of Art, Reproductions of 
Works of Art, Scientific and Technical Draw- 
ings, 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 
HF Reproductions of works of art published abroad 
IP Published drawings or plastic works of a scien- 
tific or technical 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 and Filmstrips 50 

LP Published motion picture photoplays 
LU Unpublished motion picture photoplays 
MP Published motion pictures other than photo- 
plays 
MU Unpublished motion pictures other than 
photoplays 



VI 



HOW TO USE THE CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES, PARTS 12-13 



Motion Pictures and Filmstrips (Parts 12-13) lists 
published and unpublished motion pictures reg' 
istered in Classes L and M and filmstrips registered 
in Classes A and J. These registrations include 
such films as feature pictures, cartoons, newsreels, 
industrial films, classroom films, television films, etc. 
Filmstrips registered in Classes A and J are also 
listed in Part 1 and Parts 7-11 A, respectively. 
Many of the recording scripts made to accompany 
filmstrips are registered in Classes C and D and are 
listed in Parts 3-4. Renewal registrations of 
motion pictures are listed in a separate section. 
Each film is described in a main entry and cross' 
references are provided to facilitate the location of 
the mam entries. 

Parts 12-13 are composed of five sections. The 
first is a list of main entries for films currently reg' 
istered, arranged alphabetically under the title of the 
film. Interfiled with these entries are cross' 
references under other titles for which a searcher 
might look; in each case, the cross'reference refers 
the searcher to the title under which the main 
entry can be found. The second section is a 
classified list of the registered films, arranged ac- 
cording to their general type or intended use. 
The third section is a subject index to the published 
nontheatrical motion pictures and to selected film- 
strips, arranged under broad subject headings. The 
fourth section, similar in arrangement to the first 
section, is a list of renewal registrations. The fifth 
section is an index to the names of the claimants, 
producing companies, sponsors, and authors given in 
the main entries both for works currently registered 
and also for renewal registrations which are dis- 
tinguished by the symbol R following the title of 
the work. Included in the index, in some instances 
are the names of the releasing agents, if different 
from the producing companies, the names of Amer- 
ican distributors of films of foreign origin, and the 
authors of published works upon which the films 
are based. 



The main entries are listed under titles and cross- 
references are made for the titles of the literary works 
on which the motion pictures registered are based 
and for other titles connected with these works. 

Each main entry for films currently registered 
includes, in addition to the title used as the heading, 
the following information descriptive of the work, 
if available and applicable: 

1) Production statement. 

2) Physical description, i. e., running time or 

number of reels, width of film, etc. 

3) Series title. 

4) Author and title of the published work on 

which the film is based or with which it is 
correlated. 

5) Leading credits and actors if named on the 

application. 

6) Names of authors given in the application 

which do not appear elsewhere in the entry. 

7) Name of the employer in the case of a work 

made for hire, if §o named in the applica- 
tion, together with the names of the 
employees. 

8) Information contained in the application 

which relates to the registration of an 

earlier version of the work. 
Information relating specifically to the claim of 
copyright is preceded by the copyright symbol (C) 
and includes : 

1) A brief statement of the new matter on 

which copyright is claimed when this in- 
formation is given in the application. 

2) Name of the claimant. 

3) For published works, date of publication as 

given in the appHcation; for unpubHshed 
works, day, month, and year on which the 
last of all the items required to complete 
copyright (i. e., each of the following: title, 
copy — description and representative prints 
in the case of motion pictures — appHcation 
and fee) was received in the Copyright 
Office. 



vn 



4) Registration number. of copyright is preceded by the copyright symbol © 

An explanatory note is added to the main entry and includes: 

whenever it is necessary to indicate a variance in 1) Original copyright date. 

information which relates to the date of publication 2) Original copyright registration number, 

or the name of the claimant as given in the applica- 3) Renewal registration number, 

tion and in the copy of the work. 4) Date of receipt in the Copyright Office of 

For renewal copyrights, the main entry includes the renewal application, 

the following information descriptive of the work 5) Name of the renewal claimant followed by 

when available on the application : an abbreviation representing the claimant's 

1) Length of the film in reels. statement of the basis of his renewal 

2) Name of the author, which is usually the claim — e. g., John Doe (NK) indicates that 

original producing company. renewal of copyright is claimed by John 

The information relating specifically to the claim Doe as next of kin of the deceased author. 

ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS 

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

(A) — author (PCB) — proprietor of a work copyrighted by 

a.k.a. — also known as a corporate body otherwise than as 

appl. — ^application assignee or licensee of the author 

b^Pw — black and white (PCW) — proprietor of the composite work 

© — copyright symbol prev. — previous 

(C) — child or children of the deceased pseud. — pseudonym 

author (PWH) — proprietor of copyright in a work 

d.b.a. — doing business as made for hire 

(E) — executor(s) of the author reg. — registration 

ft. — feet sd. — sound 

min. — minutes si. — silent 

mm. — millimeters t.a. — trading as 

(NK) — next of kin of the author who is not (W) — widow of the author 

living, there being no will (Wr) — widower of the author 

COPYRIGHT REGISTRATIONS OF MOTION PICTURES 

July-December 1953 

Class L — Published motion picture photoplays • 428 

Unpublished motion picture photoplays 31 

Class M — Published motion pictures other than photoplays 533 

Unpublished motion pictures other than photoplays 43 

Total ; 1, 035 

Renewals : Classes L and M 248 

The above figures represent the number of registrations for motion pictures for July-December 1953, but 
do not necessarily represent the exact number of entries in this issue of the Catalog of Copyright Entries. 
Registration figures for other classes of material may be found in the respective parts. 



Vlll 



MOTION PICTURES AND FILMSTRIPS 



An alphabetical list of the motion pictures and filmstrips which were 
registered for copyright during the period covered by this catalog. 



A IS FOR ATOM. General Electric Co. Made 
by John Sutherland Productions. 10 min., 
sd., color, 35mm. Ansco color. 
© General Electric Co.; 18Feb53; MP3815. 

ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET DR. JEKYLL 
AND MR. HYDE. Universal Pictures Co. 
76 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A Universal- 
International picture. Based on stories by 
Sidney Fields and Grant Garrett. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 26Jun53; 
LP2722. 

THE ACTRESS. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Re- 
leased by Loew's. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
Based on the play Years ago, by Ruth Gordon. 
© Loew's Incorporated; 3Aug53; LP2844. 

ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT. SEE 
Age of turmoil. 
The meaning of adolescence. 
Meeting the needs of adolescents. 
Physical aspects of puberty. 
Social-sex attitudes in adolescence. 

ADOPTION STORY. SEE Big town, no. 5. 

ADVENTURE IN CONNECTICUT. SEE Your 
all-star theatre, no. 18. 

ADVENTURE OUT OF DOORS. Jack Van 
Coevering. 13 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. 
© Jack Van Coevering. 

14. Fun with pheasants. © 15Dec53; MP4184. 

15. A boy and his dog. © 15Dec53; MP4114. 

16. Deer hunting with an oldtimer. 
© 15Dec53; MP4115. 

17. Fun with cottontails. © 15Dec53; 
MP4183. 

ADVENTURES AT DAY CAMP. Girl Scouts of 
the United States of America. 20 min., sd., 
b&w, 16mm. 

© Girl Scouts of the United States of Amer- 
ica; lJan53 (in notice: 1952); MP4092. 

ADVENTURES IN MUSIC. Motion pictures in 
this series, © Walt Disney Productions, are 
entered separately under their respective 
titles. 

ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN. National 
Comics Publications. 3 reels each, sd., 
b&w, 16mm. Based on a feature appearing 
in Action comics and Superman magazines. 
© National Comics Publications, inc. 

The birthday letter. © 13May53 (in notice: 

1951); LP2979. 
The case of the talkative dummy. Appl. title: 

The talkative dummy. © 15Apr53 (in notice: 

1951); LP2973. 
Crime wave. © 22Aug52; LP2770. 
Czar of the underworld. © 26Aug53 (in 

notice: 1951); LP2997. 
The defeat of Superman. © 50ct53 (in notice: 

1951); LP3069. 
The deserted village. © 17Jun53 (in notice: 

1951); LP2980. 
The dog who knew Superman. © 260ct53 (in 

notice: 1951); LP3065. 



Double trouble. © 15Jul53 (in notice: 1951); 

LP2990. 
Drums of death. © 29Jul53 (in notice: 1951); 

LP2987. 
The evil three. © 5Aug53 (in notice: 1951); 

LP2988. 
The face and the voice. © 2Nov53 (in notice: 

1951); LP3064. 
A ghost for Scotland Yard. © 190ct53 (in 

notice: 1951); LP3066. 
Ghost wolf. © 2Sep53 (in notice: 1951); 

LP2995. 
The haunted lighthouse. © 8Apr53 (in notice: 

1951); LP2974. 
The human bomb. © 19Aug53 (in notice: 

1951); LP2989. 
Jet ace. © 23Sep53 (in notice: 1951); 

LP3067. 
The machine that could plot crimes. 

© 23Nov53 (in notice: 1951, 1954); LP3061. 
The man in the lead mask. © 9Nov53 (in 

notice: 1951); LP3063. 
The mind machine. © 20May53 (in notice: 

1951); LP2978. 
The monkey mystery. © 29Apr53 (in notice: 

1951); LP2996. 
Mystery in wax. © 27Jul53 (in notice: 1951); 

LP2769. 
Mystery of the broken statues. Appl. title: 

The case of the broken statutes. © 22Apr53 

(in notice: 1951); LP2972. 
A night of terror. © 6May53 (in notice: 

1951); LP2982. 
No holds barred. © 10Jun53 (in notice: 

1951); LP2983. 
Panic in the sky. © 16Nov53 (in notice: 

1951); LP3062. 
Rescue. © 27May53 (in notice: 1951); 

LP2985. 
The riddle of the Chinese jade. © 12Aug53 

(in notice: 1951); LP2992. 
The runaway robot. © 22Jul53 (in notice: 

1951); LP2991. 
The secret of Superman. © 3Jun53 (in 

notice: 1951); LP2984. 
Shot in the dark. © 30Sep53 (in notice: 1951); 

LP3070. 
The stolen costume. © 24Jun53 (in notice: 

1951); LP2986. 
Superman in exile. © 120ct53 (in notice: 

1951); LP3068. 
Superman on earth. © lApr53 (in notice: 

1951); LP2961. 
Treasure of the Incas. © 8Jul53 (in notice: 

1951); LP2981. 

AESOP'S FABLE— SPARKY, THE FIREFLY. 
Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth Century- 
Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. 
(Terrytoon cartoon) 
© Terrytoons, inc.; 19Jun53; LP3090. 

AFFAIR IN MONTE CARLO. Associated 
British Picture Corp., London. Released in 
the U. S. by Allied Artists Productions. 
I 75 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. 
I Based on Stephen Zweig's Twenty-four hours 
1 of a woman's life. 

© Monogram Pictures Corp.; llSep52; 
LP2998. 

AFFAIR WITH A STRANGER. RKO Radio 
Pictures. 87 min., sd., t)&w, 35mm. 



Credits: Producer, Robert Sparks; 
director, Roy Rowland; story and screen- 
play, Richard Flournoy. 

© RKO Radio Pictures, inc.; 25Jun53; 
LP2748. 

THE AFFAIRS OF MESSALINA. Produzione 
Gallone, Rome, and Filmsonor, Paris. Re- 
leased in the U. S. by Columbia Pictures 
Corp. 12 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. In Italian 
with English dialog dubbed in. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 10May53; 
LP2727. 

AFRICAN VIOLETS. SEE How does your 
garden grow, no. 2. 

THE AGE OF MAMMALS. SEE Prehistoric 
life, no. 6. 

AGE OF TURMOIL. McGraw-Hill Book Co. 
Made by Crawley Films. 20 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. (Adolescent development series) 
Correlated with the text Adolescent develop- 
ment, by Elizabeth Hurlock. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 26Aug53; 
MP3940. 

AGE OF TURMOIL (Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill 
Book Co. Made by Crawley Films. 36 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. (Adolescent development 
series) Based on the motion picture of the 
same title. Correlated with Adolescent 
development, by Elizabeth B. Hurlock. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 26Aug53; 
JP2312. 

THE AIR AGE. March of Time. 28 min.. sd., 
b&w, 16mm. 
Appl. title: March of Time television show. 
© Time, inc.; 25Jun53; MP4178. 

AIR POWER IN THE ATOMIC AGE (Film- 
strip) New York Times. 60 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
(A current affairs filmstrip, Dec. 1953) 

Appl. title: Filmstrip on current affairs — 
Air power in the atomic age. 

© The New York Times Co.; 27Nov53; 
JP2378. 

THE ALAN YOUNG SHOW. Alan Young Pro- 
ductions. 3 reels each, sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© A. Y. Productions, a fictitious name for 
Alan Young Productions, inc. 

The new job. © 31Jan53; LP3076. 

ALASKA (Filmstrip) Life. Made by Training 
Films. 83 fr., b&w, 35mm. Based on re- 
ports which appeared in Life, Oct. 2, 1950, 
and Nov. 10, 1952. 

© Time, inc.; 31Dec52 (in notice: 1953); 
A101183. 

THE ALASKAN ESKIMO. Walt Disney Pro- 
ductions. Released by RKO Radio Pictures. 
1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (People and places 
series) Technicolor. 

© Walt Disney Productions; 6Nov52; 
LP2965. 

ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO: WHAT THEY DO 
TO OUR BODIES. Coronet Instructional 
Films. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 



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July-Dec. 



ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO: WHAT THEY DO 
TO OUR BODIES. Cont'd. 

Credits: Educational collaborator, W. W. 
Bauer. 
© John Smart; 16Nov53; MP4100. 

ALI BABA AND THE THIEVES. Coca-Cola 
Co. Made by Walter Lantz Productions. 
1 reel, sd., color, 16mm. Technicolor. 

© Walter Lantz Productions, inc.; lAug53; 
LP3016. 

ALL AMERICAN. Universal Pictures Co. 
8 reels, sd., b&w, SSmrn. A Universal- 
International picture. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 26Jun53; 
LP2928. 

ALL JOKING ASTRIDE. Associated Screen, 
Montreal. Released in the U. S. by RKO- 
Pathe. 8 min., sd., btw, 35mm. (Sport- 
scope) 

Credits: Director, Gordon Sparling; script, 
Patricia Sparling, John Pratt. 

© RKO-Pathe, inc.; 25Dec52; MP4003. 

ALL STAR COMEDY. Motion pictures in this 
series, © Columbia Pictures Corp., are 
entered separately under their respective 
titles. 

ALL TO THE GOOD (Filmstrip) National 
Consumer Finance Association. Made by 
Wilding Picture Productions. 91 fr., b&w, 
35nim. 

© National Consumer Finance Association; 
UMay53; JP2198. 

ALL WEATHER PERMALUBE— SAE 5W-20. 
SEE The new all weather Permalube — SAE 
5W-20. 

ALLISON, LTD. SEE Your all-star theatre. 

ALL'S FAIR IN LOVE. SEE Your all-star 
theatre, no. 22. 

ALWAYS ASK FOR THE ORDER (Filmstrip) 
Ralston Purina Co. Made by Jam Handy 
Organization. 123 fr., btw, 35mm. 
© Ralston Purina Co.; 15Jul53; JU7569. 

AN AMERICAN FARMER. SEE The country 
community. 

AMERICAN FOLKLORE SERIES. SEE 
Joe Magarac. 
Johnny Appleseed. 
Paul Bunyan. 
Pecos Bill. 

THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. Encyclo- 
paedia Britannica Films, 15 min., sd,, 
color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
22Apr53; MP3912. 

AMERICA'S NEW NO. 1 SPORT, March of 
Time. 28 min., sd,, b&w, 16mm. 

Appl. title: Horse racing: America's 
newest number one sport. 

© Time, inc.; 18Jun53; MP3948. 

AND MAKE DISCIPLES. Broadman Films. 
15 min,, sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Appl. author: Earl Waldrup. 
© Broadman Films; lApr53; MP3742, 
SEE ALSO Ye are witnesses. 

ANIMAL CAVALCADE. Motion pictures in 
this series, © Columbia Pictures Corp., are 
entered separately under their respective 
titles, 

ANNIE AND THE BRASS COLLAR, SEE 
Annie Oakley. 

ANNIE OAKLEY. Annie Oakley Productions. 
3 reels each, sd,, b&w, 16mm, © Annie 
Oakley Productions. 

Annie and the brass collar. © llDec53 (in 
notice: 1954); LP3096. 



ANXIETY: ITS PHENOMENOLOGY IN THE 
FIRST YEAR OF LIFE, Ren6 A. Spitz. 
27 min., si., b&w, 16mm, Released by the 
Psychoanalytic Researchproject on Problems 
of Infancy. 

© Ren6 A. Spitz, M. D., d.b.a. Psychoana- 
lytic Researchproject on Problems of 
Infancy; 10Jun53; MP3665, 

APACHE LANDING. SEE The stand at Apache 
River. 

APPLICATION OF ESTIMATING AND RE- 
PAIR PROCEDURES TO INDIVISUAL UNITS. 
SEE Sheet metal correction, pt. 2. 

APPOINTMENT IN HONDURAS, RKO Radio 
Pictures. 79 min,, sd,, color, 35mm, Tech- 
nicolor, 

Credits: Producer, Benedict Bogeaus; 
director, Jacques Tourneur; story, Mario 
Silveira, Jack Cornall; screenplay, Karen 
DeWolf. 

© RKO Radio Pictures, inc.; 220ct53; 
LP3116. 

APPROVED UNTO GOD (Filmstrip) Broad- 
man Films, 35 fr., b&w, 35mm. Selected 
scenes from the motion picture Workman 
unashamed. 

Appl. author: Earl Waldrup. 

© Broadman Films; lJun53; JP2211. 

ARC WELDING ON THE FARM: A STORY OF 
THE FUNDAMENTALS OF ARC WELDING 
(Filmstrip) Forney Arc Welders. 39 fr., 
color, 35nim, 

Appl, title: Arc welding on the farm: the 
fundamentals, 

© Forney Arc Welders, inc.; 25May53; 
JP2160. 

ARC WELDING ON THE FARM: THE FUNDA- 
MENTALS. SEE Arc welding on the farm: 
a story of the fundamentals. JP2160. 

ARENA. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer,^ Released by 
Loew's, 70 min., sd., color, 35mm. A 
three-dimensional film. Photographed in 
Ansco color. Print by Technicolor. 
© Loew's Incorporated; 24Jun53; LP2703. 

ARROWHEAD, Paramount Pictures Corp, 
105 min,, sd,, color, 35mm. Technicolor. 
Based on a novel by W. R. Burnett, 

© Paramount Pictures Corp,; lAug53; 
LP2891. 

THE ART OF USED-CAR APPRAISING 
(Filmstrip) Buick Motor Division. Made by 
Jam Handy Organization. 98 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

© Buick Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 27Jul53; JU7586. 

ARTIST STORY, SEE Big town, no. 2. 

THE ASSASSIN. British Film-Makers, 
London. Released in the U. S. by United 
Artists Corp, 94 min., sd., b&w, 35mn>. 
Based on the novel Venetian bird, by Victor 
Canning. 

© British Film-Makers, ltd.; 17Apr53 (in 
notice: 1952); MP3775. 

ASSETS OF THE FREE WORLD (Filmstrip) 
New York Times. 57 fr., b&w, 35mm. (A 
current affairs filmstrip, Oct. 1953) 

Appl. title: Filmstrip on current affairs — 
Assets of the free world, 

© The New York Times Co,; 23Sep53; 
JP2315. 

ASTRAY IN SPACE. SEE The lost planet, 
no. 8. 

THE ATOM AND AGRICULTURE, Encyclo- 
paedia Britannica Films. 11 min,, sd., b&w, 
16mm, 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
27Jul53 (in notice: 1952); MP4010. 

ATOM SMASHERS. Encyclopaedia Britannica 
Films. Produced in collaboration with the 
Division of the Physical Sciences which 
includes the Institute of Nuclear Studies of 



the University of Chicago. 12 min,, sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
27May53 (in notice: 1952); MP4006, 

ATOMIC RADIATION, Encyclopaedia Britan- 
nica Films. Produced in collaboration with 
the Division of the Physical Sciences which 
includes the Institute of Nuclear Studies, the 
University of Chicago. 13 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

® Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
27May53; MP4015. 

ATOMIC RESEARCH: AREAS AND DEVELOP- 
MENT. Coronet Instructional Films. 
14 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Appl, author: R. Will Burnett. 
© John Smart; 9Sep53; MPS 924. 

ATTACKED BY CAPTAIN KIDD, SEE The 
great adventures of Captain Kidd, no, 3, 



B 

THE B FLAT CLARINET. McMurry-Gold 
Productions. 1 reel, sd., color, 16mm. 
(Musical instrument series) Kodachrome. 
With study guide. 

© Glenn D. McMurry & Leon S. Gold, d.b.a. 
McMurry-Gold Productions; lDec52; 
MP3731. 

THE BABY SITTER. SEE Big town, no. 11. 

BABY WANTS A BATTLE. Paramount Pic- 
tures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. 
(Popeye the sailor cartoon) 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 24Jul53; 
LP2773. 

BACKING. Aetna Casualty and Surety Co. 
4 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Drivotrainer film, 
no. 15) Produced with the cooperation of the 
Board of Education of the City of New York. 

Credits: Author, Paul B. CuUen. 

© The Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 
24Feb53; MP3963. 

THE BACKYARD ARTIST. Pat Dowling Pic- 
tures. 10 min., sd., color, I6mm. Koda- 
chrome. 

Appl. author: Thomas James Stanton. 

© Pat Dowling Pictures; lDec53; MP4093. 

BAD FOR EACH OTHER. Columbia Pictures 
Corp, 8 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; lDec53; 
LP3124. 

THE BAKER OF BARNBURY. SEE Schlitz 
playhouse of stars. 

BALMVILLE TREE. Frank J. Graziano. 
4 min., color, 8mm. Kodachrome. 
© Frank Graziano; 30Jul53; MU5566. 

THE BALTIMORE PLAN. Encyclopaedia 
Britannica Films. 21 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
13Apr53; MP3983. 

THE BAND WAGON. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 
Released by Loew's. 112 min,, sd., color, 
35mm. Technicolor. 
© Loew's Incorporated; 3Jul53; LP2715. 

BANDIT ISLAND. BeBe Corp. Released by 
Lippert Pictures. 25 min., sd., color, 
35mm. A three-dimensional film. Photo- 
graphed in Stereo Vision. 
© BeBe Corp.; 16Sep53; LP2904. 

BANDITS OF THE WEST, Republic Pictures 
Corp. 54 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Republic Pictures Corp.; 29Jul53; 
LP2936. 

BANGKOK, OASIS ON A TROUBLED CONTI- 
NENT. March of Time. 28 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 
© Time, inc.; 4Jun53; MP3943. 

BARGAIN DAZE. SEE The talking magpies in 
Bargain daze. 



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MOTION PICTURES AND FILMSTRIPS 



93 



EASIC ESTIMATING PRINCIPLES. SEE Sheet 
metal correction, pt. 1. 

BASKETBALL FOR BOYS; ELEMENTARY 
GRADES (Filmstrip) Portia Wagenet. 
38 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
© Portia Wagenet; 10Oct53; JP2316. 

BASKETBALL HIGHLIGHTS. RKO Radio Pic- 
tures. 15 min., sd., b&w, 35inm, 

Credits: Producer, Jay Bonafield; written 
by Earle Luby. 

© RKO Radio Pictures, inc.; 15Apr53; 
MP4040. 

BAT BOY. RKO-Pathe. 8 min.. sd., b&w, 
35inin. (Sportscope) 

Credits: Producer, Jay Bonafield; written 
by Earl Luby. 
© RKO-Pathe, inc.; 3Sep53; MP4176. 

BATTLE AXE. LP2712. SEE Gene Autry 
series, no. 74. 

BEE CITY. SEE John Kieran's kaleidoscope, 
no. 10. 

BEER. Bob Zaret. 2 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
© Bob Zaret; 7Dec53; MU5603. 

BEER BELONGS. United States Brewers 
Foundation. 2 reels, sd.. color, 16mm. 
Kodachrome. 

© United States Brewers Foundation, inc.; 
8Sep53; MU5574. 

BEGINNING FRENCH: INTONATION. Coronet 
Instructional Films. 10 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Credits: Educational collaborator, 
Clarence E. Parmenter. 

© John Smart; 16Nov53; MP4101. 

BELOW THE SAHARA. RKO-Pathe. 65 min.. 
sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. 

Credits: Producer and director, Armand 
Denis; production supervisors. Jay Bona- 
field, Douglas Travers; written by Jerome 
Brondfield and Burton Benjamin. 
© RKO-Pathe. inc.; 3Jun53; MP3709. 

BEN AND ME. Walt Disney Productions. 
2 reels, sd.. color, 35mm. Technicolor. 

© Walt Disney Productions; 4Aug53; 
LP3038. 

BERLIN, RIFT IN THE IRON CURTAIN. 
March of Time. 29 min.. sd., b&w, 16mm. 
© Time, inc.; 22Apr53; MP3695. 

BEST ENGINEERED CAR, THE 1954 CHRYS- 
LER (Filmstrip) Chrysler Division. Made 
by Ross Roy, inc. 104 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
© Chrysler Corp.; 27Nov53; JP2388. 

THE BEST IN A CAR (Filmstrip) Plymouth 
Division. Made by Ross Roy, inc. 102 fr., 
b&w, 35min. 
© Chrysler Corp.; 28Sep53; JP2294. 

THE BET. SEE Your all-star theatre, no. 25. 

BEYOND THE FRONTIER. Columbia Pictures 
Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; llJun53; 
MP3786. 

THE BIG FRAME. London Films. Released 
in the U. S. by RKO Radio Pictures. 67 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Credits: Producers, Robert S. Baker, 
Monty Berman; director, David MacDonald; 
original story, Robert S. Baker, Carl 
Nystrom; screenplay, Steve Fisher, John 
Gilling. 

© Royal Productions, inc.; 31Dec52; 
LP2750. 

THE BIG HEAT. Columbia Pictures Corp. 
9 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the book 
of the same title by William P. McGivern. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; lOct53; 
LP3057. 



BIG LEAGUER. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Re- 
leased by Loew's. 70 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
© Loew's Incorporated; 13Jul53; LP2765. 

BIG TOWN. Lever Brothers Co. 1 reel each, 
sd., b&w, 16mm. © Lever Brothers Co., 
unless otherwise indicated. 

1. Locomotive. Original story by Jack 
DeWitt and E. A. Dupont; teleplay by 
Lawrence Kimble. © Gross-Krasne, inc.; 
10Aug53; LU3016. 

2. Artist story. Original story by Jack 
Dewitt and E. A. Dupont; teleplay by 
Lawrence Kimble. 

© 22Jun53; LU3006. 

3. Hit and run. Original story by Jack 
Dewitt and E. A. Dupont; teleplay by 
Lawrence Kimble. 

© 22Jun53; LU3007. 

4. The Chinese story. Original story by 
Jack Dewitt and E. A. Dupont; teleplay by 
Lawrence Kimble. 

© 21Jul53; LU2994. 

5. Adoption story. Original story by Jack 
Dewitt; teleplay by Lawrence Kimble. 

© 21Jul53; LU3005. 

6. Dead men talk too much. Original story 
by Jack Dewitt and E. A. Dupont; teleplay 
by Lawrence Kimble. 

© 22Jun53; LU3008. 

7. The counterfeit story. Original story by 
Jack Dewitt and E. A. Dupont; teleplay by 
Lawrence Kimble. 

© 22Jun53; LU3009. 

8. Cinder dick. Original story by Jack 
Dewitt and E. A. Dupont; teleplay by 
Bertram Millhauser, E. A. Dupont and 
David Chantler. 

© 22Jun53; LU3010. 

9. Marry my past. Original story by Jack 
Dewitt and E. A. Dupont; teleplay by 
Lawrence Kimble. 

© 22Jun53; LU3011. 

10. Wedding in Coral Point. Original story 
by Jack Dewitt and E. A. Dupont; teleplay 
by Lawrence Kimble. 

© 22Jun53; LU3012. 

11. The baby sitter. Original story by Jack 
Dewitt and E. A. Dupont; teleplay by 
Lawrence Kimble. 

© 22Jun53; LU3013. 

12. Tape recorder. Original story and 
teleplay by Lawrence Kimble. 

© 22Jun53; LU3014. 

13. Tough guy. Original story and teleplay 
by Fenton Earnshaw. 

© 22Jun53; LU3015. 

14. Waterfront. Original story and teleplay 
by E. A. Dupont and David Chantler. 

© 21Jul53; LU3000. 

15. Embezzlement. Original story and 
teleplay by Lawrence Kimble. 

© 21Jul53; LU2999. 

16. The shill. Original story and teleplay 
by Fenton Earnshaw. 

© 21Jul53; LU3002. 

17. The firebug. Original story and teleplay 
by Lawrence Kimble. 

© 21Jul53; LU2992. 

18. Moss rose. Original story and teleplay 
by Lawrence Kimble. 

© 21Jul53; LU2997. 

19. Please murder me. Original story and 
teleplay by E. A. Dupont and David 
Chantler. 

© 21Jul53; LU2996. 

20. Father and son. Original story by E. A. 
Dupont and David Chantler; teleplay by 
William Asher. 

© 21Jul53; LU2998. 

21. Paint set. Original story by Fenton 
Earnshaw; teleplay by Fenton Earnshaw and 
Lawrence Kimble. Appl. title: Point set. 

© 21Jul53; LU2993. 

22. Dr. Damon's dilemma. Original story 
by E. A. Dupont and David Chantler; tele- 
play by E. A. Dupont, David Chantler, and 
Lawrence Kimble. 

© 21Jul53; LU2995. 

23. The youngest yegg. Original story and 
teleplay by Lawrence Kimble. 

© 21Jul53; LU2991. 

24. Carnation Charlie. Original story and 
teleplay by Lawrence Kimble. 

© 21Jul53; LU3004. 



25. Hot rod. Original story and teleplay by 
Bertram Millhauser. 

© 21Jul53; LU3003. 

26. The hero. Original story and teleplay 
by Lawrence Kimble. 

© 21Jul53; LU3001. 

BILL BRAWNY PRIVATE EYE. SEE Bobo the 
hobo and his traveling troupe in Bill Brawny. 

BILLIARD AND BOWLING CHAMPS. Colum- 
bia Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. 
(World of sports) 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 18Jun53; 
MP3904. 

BILLY AND NANNY, THE GOAT TWINS. 
Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mxn. Second ed. First ed. 
entitled Goats. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
20Apr53; MP3853. 

BIRD CONTROL. SEE John Kieran's kaleido- 
scope, no. 11. 

BIRD ISLAND. SEE John Kieran's kaleido- 
scope, no. 12. 

BIRTH OF A HERO. SEE Your all-star 
theatre, no. 4. 

THE BIRTHDAY LETTER. SEE Adventures 
of Superman. 

BLACK BEAR TWINS. Encyclopaedia Britan- 
nica Films. 12 min., sd.. b&w, 16mm. 
Second ed. 

t> Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
20Apr53 (in notice: 1952); LP2888. 

BLACK LEG AND WHITE TIE. SEE Man 
against crime, June 24, 1953. 

BLACK SHEEP. William Boyd Productions. 
3 reels, sd., b&w, 16nmi. 

© William Boyd Productions, inc.; 26Dec52; 
LP3033. 

BLIND DATE. SEE Heckle and Jeckle. the 
talking magpies, in Blind date. 

BLUE RIBBON HIT PARADE. Motion pictures 
in this series, © The Vitaphone Corp., are 
entered separately under their respective 
titles. 

A BLUEPRINT FOR MURDER. Twentieth 
Century-Fox Film Corp. 76 min., sd., b&w, 
35mm. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
22Jul53; LP2861. 

THE BOBBY BREEN SHOW. Alan Irwin Abel. 
15 min., sd. 
Appl. author: Ernest Chambers. 
© Alan Irwin Abel; 15Sep53; MU5581. 

BOBO THE HOBO AND HIS TRAVELING 
TROUPE IN BILL BRAWNY PRIVATE EYE. 
Fantasy Features. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Credits: Producer, Lorraine Lester. 

© Fantasy Features, inc.; 24Jan53; LP2919. 

BOBO THE HOBO AND HIS TRAVELING 
TROUPE IN MAGIC ON THE HUDSON. Fan- 
tasy Features. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Credits: Producer, Lorraine Lester. 

© Fantasy Features, inc.; 14Feb53; 
LP2914. 

BOBO THE HOBO AND HIS TRAVELING 
TROUPE IN THE ELF WHO COULDN'T BE 
BAD. Fantasy Features. 15 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Credits: Producer, Lorraine Lester. 

© Fantasy Features, inc.; 7Feb53; LP2920. 

BOBO THE HOBO AND HIS TRAVELING 
TROUPE IN THE ELVES AND KING KOT- 
TON. Fantasy Features. 15 min.. sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Credits: Producer, Lorraine Lester. 

© Fantasy Features, inc.; 3Jan53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2916. 



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BOBO THE HOBO AND HIS TRAVELING 
TROUPE IN THE 49'ERS. Fantasy Features. 
15 min., sd., b&w, 16nim, 

Credits: Producer, Lorraine Lester. 

© Fantasy Features, inc.; 31Jan53; LP2917. 

BOBO THE HOBO AND HIS TRAVELING 
TROUPE IN THE LOST MINE. Fantasy 
Features. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Credits: Producer, Lorraine Lester. 

© Fantasy Features, inc.; 6Dec52; LP2913. 

BOBO THE HOBO AND HIS TRAVELING 
TROUPE IN THE LOST SPACE SHIP. Fan- 
tasy Features. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Credits: Producer, Lorraine Lester. 

© Fantasy Features, inc.; 10Jan53; LP2918. 

BOBO THE HOBO AND HIS TRAVELING 
TROUPE IN THE MAID AND THE MONSTER. 
Fantasy Features. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Credits: Producer, Lorraine Lester. 
© Fantasy Features, inc.; 27Dec52 (in 
notice: 1953); LP2921. 

BOBO THE HOBO AND HIS TRAVELING 
TROUPE IN THE THREE WISHES. Fantasy 
Features. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Credits: Producer, Lorraine Lester. 

© Fantasy Features, inc.; 13Dec52; 
LP2912. 

BOBO THE HOBO AND HIS TRAVELING 
TROUPE IN THE TOY SHOP. Fantasy Fea- 
tures. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Credits: Producer, Lorraine Lester. 
© Fantasy Features, inc.; 20Dec52 (in 
notice: 1953); LP2915. 

BOBO THE HOBO AND HIS TRAVELING 
TROUPE IN TROUBLE IN TEXAS. Fantasy 
Features. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Credits: Producer, Lorraine Lester. 
© Fantasy Features, inc.; 17Jan53; LP2942. 

BOOTS AND BALLOTS. LP2737. SEE Gene 
Autry series, no. 77. 

BORDER CITY RUSTLERS. William F. 
Broidy Productions. Released by Allied 
Artists Productions. 54 min., sd., b&w, 
35mm. 

© William F. Broidy Productions, inc.; 
15Nov53 (in notice: 1952); LP3060. 

A BOY AND HIS DOG. SEE Adventure out of 
doors, no. 15. 

BRIDGE AT THE BROWN'S. James Gerity. 
1 reel, sd. 
© James Gerity, Jr.; 13Aug53; MU5569. 

BRITAIN 1953 (Filmstrip) Life. Made by 
Training Films. 104 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
© Time, inc.; 23Mar53; A101533. 

BRITAIN'S SKYBLAZERS. RKO-Pathe. 
9 min., sd., b&w, 35min. (Screenliner) 

Credits: Producer, Burton Benjamin; 
narrator, Peter Roberts. 

© RKO-Pathe, inc.; 18Mar53; MP4000. 

BRITISH FACTORY FOREMAN. International 
Film Foundation. Released by McGraw-Hill 
Book Co. 13 min., sd., color, 16mm. (Life 
in Great Britain today) Kodachrome. 

© International Film Foundation, inc.; 
lAug52; MP3916. 

BRITISH MILL OWNER. International Film 
Foundation. Released by McGraw-Hill Book 
Co. 13 min., sd., color, 16mm. (Life in 
Great Britain today) Kodachrome. 

© International Film Foundation, inc.; 
lAug52; MP3919. 



BROWN ON RESOLUTION. 
King. 



SEE Sailor of the 



THE BROWN PONY. SEE The Lone Ranger 
series, no. 114. 

BRUSH TIPS IN WATER COLOR: A LAND- 
SCAPE DEVELOPED. Jamieson Film Co. 
18 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 
© Robert Ivan Lockard; 31Mar53; MP3663. 



BUILDING BETTER PARAGRAPHS. Coronet 
Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Credits: Educational collaborator, Ruth 
Strang. 

© John Smart; 90ct53; MP4043. 

BUILDING COLOR SCHEMES (Filmstrip) 
National Retail Furniture Association. Made 
by Vogue Wright Studios. 102 fr., color, 
35mm. Ansco color. 

© National Retail Furniture Association; 
lAug53; JP2278. 

BURGLAR EPISODE. SEE Topper, no. T113. 

BY FAITH (Filmstrip) Gospel Slide and Film 
Service. 40 fr., color, 35mm. Ansco color. 
© Adam B. Hunter; 2May53; JP2191. 

BY THE OLD MILL SCREAM. Paramount 
Pictures Corp. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
(Casper cartoon) Technicolor. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 3Jul53; 
LP2709. 



C THE DIFFERENCE (Filmstrip) Barber- 
Greene Co. Made by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. 70 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

© The Barber-Greene Co., Manufacturers; 
14Sep53; JU7665. 

CABLE CAR. Evans G. Valens and J. Padgett 
Payne. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

© Evans G. Valens, J. Padgett Payne; 
28Jul53; MU5567. 

THE CADDY. York Pictures Corp. Released 
by Paramount Pictures Corp. 95 min., sd., 
b&w, 35mm. 
© York Pictures Corp.; 4Sep53; LP2898. 

CALAMITY STRIKES. Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. (See it 
happen) 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
13Nov53; MP4185. 

CALL OF THE NAVAJO. New Life Films. 
42 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 
© Stanley Earl Taylor; 10Dec52; MP4173. 

CAN YOU FOLLOW AND TURN SAFELY? 
Aetna Casualty and Surety Co. 4 min., sd., 
b&w, 16mm. (Drivotrainer film, no. 10) 
Produced in cooperation with the Board of 
Education of the City of New York. 

Credits: Author, Paul B. CuUen. 

© The Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 
24Feb53; MP3974. 

CANADA (Filmstrip) Life. Made by Training 
Films. 60 fr., b&w. 35mm. Based on photo- 
graphic essays and articles which have 
appeared in Life magazine. 
© Time, inc.; llMay53; A101534. 

CANADIAN MOUNTIES. RKO-Pathe. 15 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Credits: Producer, Jay Bonafield; super- 
vised and written by Jerome Brondfield. 
© RKO-Pathe, inc.; 30Jan53; MP3714. 

CANADIAN MOUNTIES VS. ATOMIC INVAD- 
ERS. Republic Pictures Corp. 2 reels each, 
sd., b&w, 35mm. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 
8Jun53; trailer and no. 1-6; LP2935. 

1. Arctic intrigue. 

2. Murder or accident? 

3. Fangs of death. 

4. Underground inferno. 

5. Pursuit to destruction. 

6. The boat trap. 

CANCER. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 
12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
15May53; MP3751. 

CANDID MICROPHONE. Columbia Pictures 
Corp. 1 reel each, sd., b&w, 35mm. 
© Columbia Pictures Corp. 



Series 5. 

4. © 20Jul53; MP3780. 

5. Appl. title: Candid mike. 
MP3787. 



© llJun53; 



Series 6. 

1. Appl. title: Candid mike. © 3Sep53; 
MP3854. 

CANDID MIKE. SEE Candid microphone. 

CAPTAIN BLOOD RETURNS. SEE Captain 
pirate. LP2704. 

CAPTAIN PIRATE. Columbia Pictures Corp. 
85 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. 
Based on the novel Captain Blood returns, 
by Rafael Sabatini. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; lAug52; 
LP2704. 

CAPTAIN QUEST AND HLS JUNIOR EXPLOR- 
ERS. National Video. 450 ft., 16mm. 
© National Video, inc.; 23Dec53; LU3019. 

CAPTIVES OF THE ZERO HOUR. SEE 
Commando Cody, no. 12. ' 

CAPTURED BY CAPTAIN KIDD. SEE The 
great adventures of Captain Kidd, no. 4. 

CAR EPISODE. SEE Topper, no. T119. 

CARBON FOURTEEN. Encyclopaedia Britan- 
nica Films. Produced in collaboration with 
the Division of the Physical Sciences which 
includes the Institute of Nuclear Studies, the 
University of Chicago. 12 min./ sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
17Jun53 (in notice: 1952); MP4019. 

CARE AND REPAIR OF HAND TOOLS (Film- 
strip) McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by Jam 
Handy Organization. 43 fr., b&w, 35min. 
(Shopwork series) Correlated with Shopwork 
on the farm, by M. M. Jones. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 190ct53; 
JU7689. 

CARE OF YOUR CLOTHES (Filmstrip) 
McGraw-Hill Book Co. 44 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
(Teen-age clothing series) Correlated with 
How you look and dress, by Byrta Carson. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; lJun53; 
JP2253. 

CARNATION CHARLIE. SEE Big town, no. 24. 

THE CARNIVAL COMES WEST. LP2713. SEE 
Gene Autry series, no. 71. 

CARNOT CYCLE: KELVIN TEMPERATURE 
SCALE. McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by 
Audio Productions. 8 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
(College physics series) Produced with the 
cooperation of the Visual Aids Committee of 
the American Association of Physics Teach- 
ers. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 30Dec52 (in 
notice: 1951); MP3908. 

THE CASE OF THE BROKEN STATUES. SEE 
Adventures of Superman. Mystery of the 
broken statues. 

THE CASE OF THE TALKATIVE DUMMY. 
SEE Adventures of Superman. 

CASH STASHERS. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 
Released by Loew's. 9 min., sd., b&w, 
35mm. (Pete Smith specialty) 
© Loew's Incorporated; 27Aug53; LP2897. 

CASPER CARTOON. Motion pictures in this 
series, © Paramount Pictures Corp., are 
entered separately under their respective 

titles. 

CASTILLOS EN ESPAI^A. International Film 
Bureau. 10 min., sd., color, 16mm. (Spanish i 
language film, no. 1) Kodachrome. 

Appl. author: Wesley H. Greene. 

Appl. title: Spanish film reader series: 
Castillos en Espafia. 



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© Ir.ternational Film Bureau, inc.; 20Feb53 
(in notice: 1952); MP4121. 

CHALKBOARD UTILIZATION. Walter A. 
Wittich. 15 min,, sd., b&w, 16mm. 
© Walter A. Wittich; lJun53; MP3885. 

CHAMP FOR A DAY. Republic Pictures Corp. 
90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the 
story The disappearance of Dolan, by William 
Fay. 

© Republic Pictures Corp.; 27Jul53; 
LP2940. 

CHANGE OF HEART. SEE Your all-star 
theatre, no. 9. 

THE CHANGING SURFACE OF OUR EARTH 
(Filmstrip) Young America Films. 50 fr., 
color, 3 5mm. (Elementary science series. 
Set no. 4) Eastman color. 

© Young America Films, inc.; 15Nov53; 
JP2360. 

THE CHARGE AT FEATHER RIVER. Warner 
Bros. Pictures. 96 min.. sd., color, 35mm. 
A three-dimensional film: Natural Vision. 
Warnercolor. 

© Warner Bros. Pictures, inc.; 4Aug53; 
LP2780. 

CHARGE OF THE LANCERS. Columbia Pic- 
tures Corp. 8 reels, sd., color, 35mm. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; lDec53; 
LP3103. 

A CHARTER FOR CHILDREN (Filmstrip) 
Bureau of Audio-Visual Aids of the Evangel- 
ical and Reformed Church. 75 fr., color, 
35mm. Ansco color. 
Credits: Photographer, Oscar J. Rumpf. 
© Bureau of Audio-Visual Aids, Evangelical 
and Reformed Church; lJul53; JP2178. 

CHECKING YOUR FIRST DRIVE. Aetna 
Casualty and Surety Co. 4 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. (Drivotrainer filnn, no, 4) Produced 
in cooperation with the Board of Education of 
the City of New York. 

Credits: Author, Paul B. CuUen. 

© The Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 
24Feb53; MP3964. 

CHECKING YOUR SECOND DRIVE. Aetna 
Casualty and Surety Co. 4 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. (Drivotrainer film, no. 6) Produced 
in cooperation with the Board of Education of 
the City of New York. 

Credits: Author, Paul B. CuUen. 

© The Aetna Casualty and Surety Co.; 
24Feb53; MP3976. 

CHEERFUL YESTERDAYS AND CONFIDENT 
TOMORROWS (Filmstrip) National Con- 
sumer Finance Association. Made by Wilding 
Picture Productions. 82 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

© National Consumer Finance Association; 
llMay53; JP2201. 

CHEMISTRY AND A CHANGING WORLD. 
Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 9 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. Second ed. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
17Jul53; MP4009. 

CHILDREN IN JEWISH BOOKLAND (Film- 
strip) Jewish Education Committee of New 
York. Made by Victor Kayfetz Productions. 
50 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

© Jewish Education Committee of New 
York, inc.; 80ct52; JP2168. 

THE CHILDREN'S VOCABULARY OF A NEW 
SIGN LANGUAGE. Wellcome Foundation. 
20 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Appl. author: Wellcome Film Unit. 

© Dennis Butler Fry; lJun52; MP3703. 

CHINA VENTURE. Columbia Pictures Corp. 
83 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 15Sep53; 
LP2900. 

THE CHINESE STORY. SEE Big town, no. 4. 



CHRISTMAS CAROL. SEE Topper, no. TU 4. 

CHRISTMAS IN AMERICA. Popular Science 
Pub. Co. 45 fr., color, 35inm. Ansco color. 
© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 28Nov53; 
JP2414. 

CHRISTOPHER CRUMPET. United Produc- 
tions of America. Released by Columbia 
Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. 
Technicolor. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 25Jun53; 
LP2849. 

CINDER DICK. SEE Big town. no. 8. 

CITIES: HOW THEY GROW. Encyclopaedia 
Britannica Films. 11 nain., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Second ed. First ed. entitled Growth of 
cities. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
13May53 (in notice: 1952); MP3749. 

A CITIZEN PARTICIPATES. Centron Corp. 
Released by Young America Films. 26 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. (Citizenship series) With 
teacher's guide. 

Appl. author: Arthur H. Wolf. 

© Centron Corp., inc.; 5Aug53; MP4169. 

CITY DETECTIVE. Revue Productions. 
3 reels each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue 
Productions, inc. 

Melody in F flat. © 2Jan53; LP2775. 
Trouble on a train. © 2Jan53; LP2774. 

CITY OF BAD MEN. Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. 82 min., sd., color, 35min. 
© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
21Jul53; LP2970. 

CITY OF DESTINY. Dudley Pictures Corp. 
Released by Republic Pictures Corp. 9 min., 
sd., color, 35mm. (This world of ours) 
Trucolor. 

Appl. title: Washington, city of destiny. 

© Dudley Pictures Corp.; 10Mar53; 
MP3814. 

CITY PETS: FUN AND RESPONSIBILITY. 
Coronet Instructional Films. 10 min., sd., 
b&w, 16mm. 

Credits: Educational collaborator, A. M. 
Johnston. 

© John Smart; 2Nov53; MP4097. 

CITY THAT NEVER SLEEPS. Republic Pic- 
tures Corp. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Republic Pictures Corp.; lMay53; 
LP2706. 

CIVIL WAR AT DEADWOOD. LP2714. SEE 
Gene Autry series, no. 75. 

CLIMATES (Filmstrip) Young America 
Films. 48 fr., color, 35mm. (Elementary 
science series. Set no. 4) Eastman color. 

© Young America Films, inc.; 15Nov53; 
JP2361. 

CLIPPED WINGS. Allied Artists Productions. 
Released by Monogram Pictures Corp. 
65 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Monogram Pictures Corp.; 23Aug53; 
LP2903. 

A CLOSING COMBINATION (Filmstrip) 
Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam 
Handy Organization. 60 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
(Used car selling series, no. 7) 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 14Sep53; JU7667. 

CLOSING THE SALE. SEE Four steps to 
greater feed sales, no. 4. 

CLUTCH MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT 
(Filmstrip) GMC Truck Division. Made by 
Jam Handy Organization. 77 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

© GMC Truck Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 190ct53; JU7693. 

COLLEGE: YOUR CHALLENGE. Coronet 
Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 



Appl. author: Francis J. Brown. 
© John Smart; 31Aug53; MP3928. 

COLLEGIATE CIRCUS CHAMPS. Paramount 
Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. 
(Grantland Rice sportlight) 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 14Aug53- 
MP3880. 

COLOR IN YOUR CLOTHES (Filmstrip) 
McGraw-Hill Book Co. 40 fr., color, 35mm. 
(Teen-age clothing series) Ansco color. 
Correlated with How you look and dress, by 
Byrta Carson. 

© MsGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; lJun53; 
JP2259. 

COMBAT SQUAD. Jack Broder Productions. 
Released by Columbia Pictures Corp. 
72 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 10ct53; 
LP3073. 

THE COMING OF REPTILES. SEE Prehis- 
toric life, no. 3. 

COMMANDO CODY. Republic Pictures Corp. 
30 min. each, sd., b&w, 35mm. Appl. title; 
Commando Cody, Sky Marshall of the 
universe. © Republic Pictures Corp. 

3. Cosmic vengeance. © 27Feb53; LP2842. 

4. Nightmare typhoon. © 18May53; LP2778. 

5. War of the space giants. © 4Jun53; 
LP2767. 

6. Destroyers of the sun. © 4Jun53; 
LP2768. 

7. Robot monster from Mars. Appl. title: 
Robot monster of Mars. © 4Jun53; LP2841. 

8. Hydrogen hurricane. © 6Jul53; LP2834. 

9. Solar sky riders. © 27Jul53; LP2939. 

10. S.O.S. ice age. © 17Jul53; LP2934. 

11. Lost in outer space. © 23Jul53; LP2938. 

12. Captives of the zero hour. © 27Jul53; 
LP2937. 

COMMUNICATIONS. McGraw-Hill Book Co. 

12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Personnel 
management series) Correlated with the 
book Personnel management, by Walter Dill 
Scott, Robert C. Clothier, and William R. 
Spriegel. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 190ct53; 
MP4089. 

COMMUNICATIONS (Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill 
Book Co. 18 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Personnel 
management series) Based on the motion 
picture of the same title. Correlated with 
the book Personnel management, by Walter 
Dill Scott, Robert C. Clothier, and WilUam R. 
Spriegel. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 190ct53; 
JP2377. 

COMMUNITY GOVERNMENTS: HOW THEY 
FUNCTION. Coronet Instructional Films. 

13 min., sd., tj&w, 16mm. 
Appl. author: John Day Larkin. 
© John Smart; 15Jun53; MP3687. 

COMPETITION AND BIG BUSINESS. Encyclo- 
paedia Britannica Films. Produced in 
collaboration with the Brookings Institution. 
22 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 
Based on a study by Dr. A. D. H. Kaplan. 
© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
27Apr53 (in notice: 1952); MP4021. 

CONQUEST OF COCHISE. Columbia Pictures 
Corp. 8 reels, sd., color, 35mm. Techni- 
color. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 3Sep53; 
LP2887. 

CONQUEST OF UNGAVA. RKO-Pathe. 
15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Credits: Producer, Jay Bonafield; director 
and photographer, Larry O'Reilly; written by 
Earle Luby. 

© RKO-Pathe, inc.; 9Jan53; MP3707. 

CONSTRUCTIVE CHEMISTRY. SEE John 
Kieran' s kaleidoscope, no. 18. 



96 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



July-Dec. 



CONTROLLED READING. SETS Ua-IVa 
(Filmstrip) Educational Developmental Lab- 
oratories. 3 rolls, b&w, 35inm, 

Appl. authors: Stanford Earl Taylor, Helen 
Frackenpohl. 

© Educational Developmental Laboratories; 
15Sep53; set Ila, JP2251; set Ilia, JP2250; 
set rVa, JP2252. 

Set Ila. Junior high school reading. 

Set Ilia. Intermediate reading selections. 

Set IVa. Elementary reading selections. 

COP IN THE COOLING SYSTEM (Filmstrip) 
Cities Service. Made by Jam Handy Organ- 
ization. 54 fr., color, 35mm. Ansco color. 
© The Dow Chemical Co.; 190ct53; JU7697. 

CORAZON DE CASTILLA. International Film 
Bureau. 10 min., sd., color, 16nam. (Spanish 
language film, no. 2) Kodachrome. 

Appl. author: Wesley H. Greene. 

Appl. title: Spanish film reader series: 
Coraz6n de Castilla. 

© International Film Bureau, inc.; 20Feb53; 
MP4119. 

COSMIC VENGEANCE. SEE Commando Cody, 
no. 3. 

THE COUNTERFEIT STORY. SEE Big town, 
no. 7. 

THE COUNTRY COMMUNITY (Filmstrip) 
WilUam P. Gottlieb Co. Released by Ency- 
clopaedia Britannica Films. 6 filmstrips, 
color, 35mm. Eastman color. 

Contents: An American farmer. 52 fr. — 
A country fair, 51 fr. — Living on a farm. 
54 fr. — The new fire engine: country cooper- 
ation. 55 fr, — A rural village. 55 fr. — 
School in the country. 54 fr, 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc; 
6May53; JP2206. 

A COUNTRY FAIR, SEE The country com- 
munity. 

THE CREAKING CHAIR, SEE Shadow man. 

CRIME WAVE. SEE Adventures of Superman. 

CRISS CROSS CODE, SEE Undercover agent. 

CROSSED AND DOUBLE CROSSED. SEE 
Your all-star theatre, no, 11, 

CRUISIN' DOWN THE RIVER, Columbia 
Pictures Corp. 9 reels, sd., color, 35min, 
Technicolor. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 31Aug53; 
LP2863. 

THE CUBE ROOT OF EVIL, SEE Man against 
crime, Nov. 29, 1953. 

CZAR OF THE UNDERWORLD. SEE Adven- 
tures of Superman. 



D 



DANGEROUS CROSSING, Twentieth Century- 
Fox Film Corp. 75 min., sd., b&w, 35mm, 
Based on a story by John Dickson Carr. 
© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
24Jul53; LP2790. 

DAREDEVIL CONQUEST. SEE Norman 
Conquest. 

THE DAUGHTERS OF MARS, LP2742. SEE 
The Ethel Barrymore theater. 

A DAY IN ANCIENT ROME (Filmstrip) 
Popular Science Pub. Co. 36 fr., b&w, 
35min. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 4Nov53; 
JP2372. 

THE DAY MAN. SEE Man against crime. 
May 20. 1953. 

THE DEAD DON'T DREAM. William Boyd 
Productions, sd., b&w, 16mm. 



© William Boyd Productions, inc.; 31Dec48; 
LP2837. 

DEAD MEN TALK TOO MUCH, SEE Big town, 
no. 6. 



DEAR MISS LOVELACE, LP2751, 
Ethel Barrymore theater. 



SEE The 



DEAR UNCLE. Harding College. Made by 
John Sutherland Productions. 9 min,, sd., 
color, 16mm. Technicolor. 

© Harding College; lJul53 (in notice: 1951); 
MP3711. 

DEATH IN THE FOREST, SEE Lone Ranger 
series, no. 117. 

DEATH ON THE DIAMOND. SEE Man against 
crime, July 17, 1953. 

DEATH VALLEY DAYS, 
Titles in this series received for registra- 
tion prior to July 1, 1953, are entered 
separately under title, 

DEATH VALLEY DAYS. Pacific Coast Borax 
Co, Made by Flying A Pictures. 2 reels 
each, sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: 
McCann-Erickson, inc. © Borax Consoli- 
dated ltd. (Pacific Coast Borax Co.) 

316. Sego UUes. © 28Apr53; LP2945. 

317. Little Oscar's millions. © 28Apr53; 
LP2947. 

318. Land of the free, © 26May53; LP2946, 

319. The diamond babe. © 29Sep53; LP3050. 

320. Little Washington, © 10ct53; LP3048. 
322. Which side of the fence? © 290ct53; 

LP3049. 
325. Solomon in all his glory. © 270ct53; 
LP3051. 

DEATH WEARS LEAD SHOES. SEE Man 
against crime, Oct. 18, 1953. 

DECAMERON NIGHTS. Film Locations. 
London. Released in the U. S. by RKO Radio 
Pictures. 85 min., sd., color, 35mm. Tech- 
nicolor. Based on a treatment by G6za 
Herczeg. 

Credits: Producer, M. J. Frankovich; 
director, Hugo Fregonese; screenplay, 
George Oppenheimer, 
© Film Locations, ltd.; 31Dec52; LP3117. 

DEEP MEANINGS. March of Time. 15 min., 
sd., b&w. 16mm. (Our living language, no. 4) 
Filmed at Mystic Seaport with the coopera- 
tion of the Marine Historical Association. 
© Time, inc.; lSep53; MP4179. 

DEER HUNTING WITH AN OLDTIMER. SEE 
Adventure out of doors, no. 16. 

THE DEFEAT OF SUPERMAN. SEE Adven- 
tures of Superman. 

DESERT KILLER. Vitaphone Corp. 10 min., 
sd., color, 35mm, (Sports parade) A Warner 
Bros, short subject. 
© The Vitaphone Corp.; 6Jul53; MP3673. 

THE DESERTED VILLAGE. SEE Adventures 
of Superman. 

DESIGN FOR SELLING. Johnson & Johnson. 
Made by Henry Strauss & Co. 4 reels, sd., 
b&w. 16mm. 
© Johnson & Johnson; 9Jun53; MP3715. 

DE SOTO FIREDOME V8 VS. BUICK ROAD- 
MASTER (Filmstrip) De Soto Division. 
Made by Ross Roy, inc. 87 fr., b&w. 35mm. 

© Chrysler Corp., De Soto Division; 2Jul53; 
JP2218. 

THE DE SOTO LOOK FOR 1954 (Filmstrip) 
De Soto Division. Made by Ross Roy, inc. 
75 fr.. color. 35mm. Eastman color, 
© Chrysler Corp,, De Soto Division; 
230ct53; JP2341. 

DESTROYERS OF THE SUN. SEE Commando 
Cody, no. 6. 



DEVELOPING MANAGEMENT (Filmstrip) 
Ford Motor Co. 94 fr., color, 35mm. Ansco 
color. 
© Ford Motor Co.; 10Jul53; JP2356. 

DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHICK EMBRYO, 
Coronet Instructional Films, 6 min.. sd,, 
b&w. 16mm. 

Credits: Educational collaborator. K. T, 
Rogers. 

© John Smart; 21Jul53; MP3875. 

DEVIL'S CANYON, RKO Radio Pictures, 
91 min.. sd,, color, 35mm. A three- 
dimensional film: Natural Vision. Techni- 
color. 

Credits: Producer, Edmund Grainger; 
director, Alfred Werker; story, Bennett R. 
Cohen, Norton S. Parker; adaptation, Harry 
Essex; screenplay, Frederick Hazlitt 
Brennan. 

© RKO Radio Pictures, inc.; 19Aug53; 
LP3012. 

DIAGONAL AND PARALLEL PARKING. 
Aetna Casualty and Surety Co. 4 min.. sd.. 
b&w. 16mm. (Drivotrainer film. no. 20) 
Produced in cooperation with the Board of 
Education of the City of New York. 

Credits: Author. Paul B. CuUen. 

© The Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 
24Feb53; MP3977. 

THE DIAMOND BABE. SEE Death Valley 
days, no. 319, 

DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH, SEE Lone Ranger 
series, no, 129, 

THE DIAMOND QUEEN. Melson Pictures 
Corp. Released by Warner Bros. Pictures. 
80 min., sd.. color, 35mm. 

© Melson Pictures Corp.; 18Aug53; 
LP2865. 

DIESEL ENGINE: IDEAL DIESEL CYCLE. 
McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by Audio Pro- 
ductions. 8 min., sd.. b&w. 16mm. (College 
physics series) Produced with the coopera- 
tion of the Visual Aids Comniittee of the 
American Association of Physics Teachers. 
© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 30Dec52 (in 
notice: 1951); MP3907, 

DIMWIT IN HOW TO KEEP COOL. Terry- 
toons. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., color. 35mm. 
(Terrytoon cartoon) 
© Terrytoons. inc.; 31Jul53; LP2824. 

DIMWIT IN HOW TO RELAX. Terrytoons. 
Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film 
Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon 
cartoon) 
© Terrytoons, inc.; 30Oct53; LP3087. 

DINKY IN THE TIMID SCARECROW. Terry- 
toons. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. 1 reel, sd.. color, 35mm. 
(Terrytoon cartoon) 
© Terrytoons. inc.; 28Aug53; LP3089. 

THE DISAPPEARANCE OF DOLAN. SEE 
Champ for a day. 

DISCOVERING FOSSILS. SEE Prehistoric 
life. no. 1, 

DO YOU REALLY SEE? (Filmstrip) Dept, of 
Stewardship and Promotion of the Presby- 
terian Church in the U. S. A, Made by Jam 
Handy Organization, 87 fr.. b&w. 35mm. 

© The Department of Stewardship and Pro- 
motion, the Presbyterian Church in the 
U. S. A.; 14Sep53; JU7657. 

DR. DAMON'S DILEMMA. SEE Big town, 
no. 22. 

DR. GROOD DEFIES GRAVITY. SEE Lost 
planet, no. 11. 

DODGE, FIRST IN CHASSIS. CAB, AND ENGI- 
NEERING (Filmstrip) Dodge Division. 
Made by Ross Roy, inc. 91 fr., b&w. 35mm. 
© Chrysler Corp.; 120ct53; JP2335. 



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DCTOGE FULL-TIME POWER STEERING 
(Filmstrlp) Dodge Division. Made by Ross 
Roy, inc. 94 fr., b&w, 35inin. 

© Chrysler Corp„ Dodge Division; 
27Nov53; JP2386. 

DODGE STYLING FOR FIFTY-FOUR (Film- 
strip) Dodge Division. Made by Ross Roy, 
inc. 82 fr., color, 35nun. Eastman color. 
© Chrysler Corp.; 50ct53; JP2342. 

DODGE TRUCK VALUE OUTSELLS CHEV- 
ROLET PRICE (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. 
Made by Ross Roy, inc. 96 fr., b&w, 35nun. 
© Chrysler Corp.; 29Jun53; JP2I84. 

DCH3GE TRUCK VS. FC«D (Filmstrip) 
Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, inc. 
88 fr., MiW, 35mm. 
© Chrysler Corp.; 15Jun53; JP2182. 

THE DOG WHO KNEW SUPERMAN. SEE 
Adventures of Superman. 

THE DOLL BANDIT. SEE Man against crime. 
Jime 10, 1S53. 

DOLLARS AT YOUR DOORSTEP (Filmstrip) 
MoPar Division. Made by Ross Roy, inc. 
70 fr., color, 3Smm. Eastman color. 

© Chrysler Corp,, Parts Division; 4Nov53; 
JP2384. 

DONALD DUCK CARTOON. Motion pictures 
in this series, © Walt Disney Productions, 
are entered separately under their respec- 
tive titles. 

DONOVAN'S BRAIN. Dowling Productions. 
Released by United Artists Corp. 83 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel of the 
same title by Curt Siodmak. 

© Dowling Productions, inc.; 210ct53; 
LP3025. 

DON'S FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH. Walt Disney 
Productions. Released by RKO Radio Pic- 
tures. 6 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Donald 
Duck cartoon) Technicolor. 

© Walt Disney Productions; 5Mar53; 
LP3115. 

DON'T GET ANGRY. Encyclopaedia Britan- 
nica Films. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
16Mar53; MP3750. 

DOPPLER EFFECT. McGraw-HiU Book Co. 
Made by Audio Productions. 8 min., sd., 
b&w, 16mm. (College physics series) Pro- 
duced with the cooperation of the Visual Aids 
CoQxmittee of the American Association of 
Physics Teachers. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 30Dec52 (in 
notice: 1951); MP3910. 

DOUBLE EXPOSURE. SEE Your all-star 
theatre, no. 26. 

DOUBLE JEOPARDY. SEE Murder without 
tears. LP2702. 



DOUBLE TROUBLE. 
Superman. 



SEE Adventures of 



DOWN LAREDO WAY. Republic Pictures 
Corp. 54 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Republic Pictures Corp.; 23Jul53; 
LP2941. 

DRAGONFLY SQUADRON. Allied Artists 
Productions. Released by Monogram Pic- 
tures Corp. 83 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Monogram Pictures Corp.; 27Dec53; 
LP3126. 

DRAGONS AND DAMSELS. SEE John Kieran's 
kaleidoscope, no. 22. 

DREAM WIFE. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Re- 
leased by Loew's. 99 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
© Loew's Incorporated; 6Mar53; LP2716. 

DRINKS ON THE MOUSE. Paramount Pictures 
Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Herman 
and Katnip cartoon) 



© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 28Aug53; 
LP2908. 

DRIVING IN HEAVY CITY TRAFFIC. Aetna 
Casualty and Surety Co. 9 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. (Drivotrainer film, no. 14) Produced 
in cooperation with the Board of Education of 
the City of New York. 

Credits: Author, Paul B. CuUen. 

© The Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 
24Feb53; MP3973. 

DRIVING IN LIGHT CITY TRAFFIC. Aetna 
Casualty and Surety Co. 6 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. (Drivotrainer film, no. 13) Produced 
in cooperation with the Board of Education of 
the City of New York. 

Credits: Author, Paul B. CuUen. 

© The Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 
24Feb53; MP3982. 

DRIVING ON HILLS. Aetna Casualty and 
Surety Co. 4 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Drivo- 
trainer film, no. 17) Produced in cooperation 
with the Board of Education of the City of 
New York. 
Credits: Author, Paul B. Cullen. 
© The Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 
24Feb53; MP3969. 

DRUMS OF DEATH. SEE Adventures of 
Superman. 

DUCK DODGERS IN THE 24TH 1/2 CENTURY. 
Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 
35mm. (Merrie melodies cartoon) Techni- 
color. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 4Aug53 (in notice: 
1952); MP3754. 

DUDE RANCH SPORTS. Columbia Pictures 
Corp. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (World of 
sports) 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 23Jul53; 
MP3920. 

THE DUKE. LP2745. SEE The Ethel Barry- 
more theater. 



THE EARTH'S SKIN. SEE John Kieran's 
kaleidoscope, no. 24. 

EASTER. SEE How does your garden grow, 
no. 7. 

EDGE OF THE LAW. SEE Your aU-star 
theatre, no. 6. 

EDWARD ARNOLD PRESENTS TURTLE WAX 
AUTO POLISH. SEE The Edward Arnold 
story: Edward Arnold presents Turtle Wax 
auto polish. 

THE EDWARD ARNOLD STORY: EDWARD 
ARNOLD PRESENTS TURTLE WAX AUTO 
POLISH. Plastone Co. Made by Douglas 
Productions. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
© Plastone Co.. inc.; 27May53; MP3808. 

EL ALAMEIN. Columbia Pictures Corp. 
67 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; lDec53; 
LP3080. 

ELECTRICAL FUNDAMENTALS (Filmstrip) 
Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy. inc. 
89 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Master technicians 
film, session no. 67) 
© Chrysler Corp.; 15Jun53; JP2181. 

ELECTRICITY DOES IT FOR US (Filmstrip) 
Popular Science Pub. Co. 28 fr., color, 
35mm. Ansco color. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 270ct53; 
JP2413. 

THE ELEMENTARY TEACHER: BEGINNING 
STUDENT TEACHING. Audio Visual Center, 
Indiana University. 10 min.. sd.. b&w, 
16mm. 
© Indiana University; 12May53; MP3704. 



THE ELF WHO COULDN'T BE BAD. SEE 
Bobo the hobo and his traveling troupe in The 
elf who couldn't be bad. 

THE ELVES AND KING KOTTON. SEE Bobo 
the hobo and his traveling troupe in The 
elves and King Kotton. 

EMBEZZLEMENT. SEE Big town, no. 15. 

EMBEZZLERS' HARVEST. LP2723. SEE 
Lone Ranger series, no. 112. 

EMPIRE STATE TOUR: NEW YORK CITY. 
SEE Sightseeing with the Swayzes through 
Vacationland America, no. 10. 

THE EMPLOYMENT INTERVIEW. McGraw- 
Hill Book Co. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
(Personnel management series) Correlated 
with the book Personnel management, by 
Walter Dill Scott, Robert C. Clothier, and 
William R. Spriegel. 

Appl. title: The interview. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 190ct53; 
MP4088. 

THE EMPLOYMENT INTERVIEW (Filmstrip) 
McGraw-Hill Book Co. 21 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
(Personnel management series) Based on 
the motion picture of the same title. Cor- 
related with the book Personnel management, 
by Walter Dill Scott. Robert C. Clothier, and 
William R. Spriegel. 
Appl. title: The interview. 
© McGraw-HiU Book Co., inc.; 190ct53; 
JP2376. 

ENAMEL REFINBHING (Filmstrip) Chev- 
rolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy 
Organization. 60 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Recon- 
ditioning the OK way, no. 13) 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 15Jul53; JU7560. 

THE END IS THE BEGINNING (Filmstrip) 
National Consumer Finance Association. 
Made by Wilding Picture Productions. 92 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. 

© National Consumer Finance Association; 
llMay53; JP2203. 

THE ENGINE OIL STORY (Filmstrip) Chrys- 
ler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, inc. 87 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. 
© Chrysler Corp.; 18Sep53; JP2293. 

ENGINEERED FOR YOU. SEE 1954 De Soto, 
engineered for you. 

THE ENGLISH COLONIES IN NORTH AMER- 
ICA (Filmstrip) Yale University Press Film 
Service. 40 fr., b&w, 35mm. (The pageant 
of America filmstrips. no. 5) With teacher's 
guide, by William H. Hartley. Correlated 
with The pageant of America, edited by R. H. 
Gabriel. 

© Yale University Press Film Service, 
inc.; 28Sep53; AI07572. 

ENGLISH FARM FAMILY. InternaUonal Film 
Foundation. Released by McGraw-Hill Book 
Co. 13 min., sd., color, 16mm. (Life in 
Great Britain today) Kodachrome. 

© International Film Foundation, inc.; 
lAug52; MP3918. 

ENGLISH THROUGH PICTURES. Language 
Research, inc. 7 reels (pt. 1-7), sd., b&w, 
16nmi. Based on the book of the same title 
by I. A. Richards. 

Appl. authors: Ivor Armstrong Richards, 
Christine Madeline Gibson. 

© Language Research, inc.; 16Jun53; 
MP4085. 

ESCAPE TO FREEDOM. RKO-Pathe. 
16 min.. sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Credits: Producer, Jay Bonafield; written 
by Burton Benjamin. 

© RKO-Pathe, inc.; 3Apr53; MP3994. 

ESCAPES AND REVERSALS. Audio-Visual 
Education Center, University of Michigan. 
12 min., sd.. b&w, 16mm. (Wrestling funda- 
mentals and techniques, no. 2) 



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ESCAPES AND REVERSALS. Cont'd. 
© University of Michigan Audio-Visual 
Education Center (in notice: University of 
Michigan Audio-Visual Center); 270ct52; 
MP3811. 

THE ETHEL BARRYMORE THEATER. Inter- 
state Television Corp. 26 min. each, sd., 
b&w, 16min. © Interstate Television Corp. 

The daughters of Mars. © 29May53 (in 

notice: 1952); LP2742. 
Dear Miss Lovelace. © 4Jul53; LP2751. 
The Duke. © 19Jun53; LP2745. 
Funny money. © 10Jul53; LP2746. 
General delivery. © 7Aug53; LP2822. 
The gentle years. © 22May53 (in notice: 

1952); LP2741. 
Justice for all. © 3Jul53; LP2744. 
Lady investigator. © 17Jul53; LP2747. 
Mimsel's man. © 26Jun53; LP2966. 
The Peabodys. © 12Jun53; LP2967. 
This is Villa. © 5Jun53; LP2743. 
The victim. © 15May53; LP3030. 
Winter and spring. © 31Jul53; LP2821. 

EUROPEAN EXPLORERS DISCOVER A NEW 
WORLD (Filmstrip) Yale University Press 
Film Service. 40 fr., b&w, 35mm. (The 
pageant of America filmstrips, no. 2) With 
teacher's guide, by William H. Hartley. 
Correlated with The pageant of America, 
edited by R. H. Gabriel. 

© Yale University Press Film Service, 
inc.; 31Jul53; A101358. 

EVERYTHING THEY WANT (Filmstrip) 
Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co. Made by Jam 
Handy Organization. 61 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

© Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.; 15Jul53; 
JU7568. 

THE EVIL THREE. SEE Adventures of 
Superman. 



THE FACE AND THE VOICE. SEE Adventures 
of Superman. 

THE FAKE. Pax Films, London. Released in 
the U. S. by United Artists Corp. 80 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. 
© United Artists Corp.; 70ct53; LP3091. 

A FAMILY GATHERING (Filmstrip) Chrys- 
ler Sales Division. Made by Ross Roy, inc. 
88 fr., color, 35mm. Eastman color. 
© Chrysler Corp.; 20Oct53; JP2339. 

FAMILY PORTRAIT (Filmstrip) McGraw- 
Hill Book Co. Made by Documentary Film 
Productions. 35 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Marriage 
and family living series) Correlated with the 
book Your marriage and family living, by 
Paul H. Landis. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; llMay53; 
JP2153. 

THE FARMER TAKES A WIFE. Twentieth 
Century-Fox Film Corp. 9 reels, sd., color, 
35mm. Based on a stage play by Frank B. 
Elser and Marc Connelly. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
4Jun53; LP2923. 

FASHIONS IN FOOD (Filmstrip) General 
Mills. Made by Empire Photosound. 74 fr., 
color, 35mm. Ansco color. 
© General Mills, inc.; 5Jun53; JP2214. 

THE FATAL SHOT. SEE The great adventures 
of Captain Kidd, no. 2. 

FATHER AND SON. SEE Big town, no. 20. 

FIGHTER ATTACK. Allied Artists Produc- 
tions. Released by Monogram Pictures Corp. 
80 min., sd., color, 35mm. 

© Monogram Pictures Corp.; 18Nov53; 
LP3034. 

FIGHTING FINS. RKO-Pathe. 8 min., sd., 
b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) 



Credits: Supervisor, Jay Bonafield; written 
by Earle Luby. 
© RKO-Pathe, inc.; llFeb53; MP3706. 

THE FIGHTING LAWMAN. Allied Artists 
Productions. Released by Monogram Pic- 
tures Corp. 71 min., sd., b&w, 35nim. 

© Monogram Pictures Corp.; 20Sep53; 
LP2968. 

THE FIGHTING MEN. Lippert Pictures. 
63 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
© Lippert Pictures, inc.; 2Dec53; LP3099. 

FILMSTRIP ON CURRENT AFFAIRS. SEE 
Air power in the atomic age. 
Assets of the free world. 
Toward European unity. 

FINGER PAINTING METHODS. Golden Gate 
Kindergarten Association. Released by 
Coronet Instructional Films. 9 min., sd., 
b&w, 16mm. 

Credits: Author, Rhoda Kellogg. 

© Golden Gate Kindergarten Association; 
10Jul53; MP4041. 

FIRE EXIT DRILL AT OUR SCHOOL. Coronet 
Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Appl. author: Francis Scherer. 

© John Smart; 4Sep53; MP3926. 

THE FIREBIRD (Filmstrip) Jam Handy 
Organization. 32 fr., color, 35mm. (Music 
stories, no. 5) Ansco color. 

© Edward Kozak, Frances Boddy; 25Aug53; 
JP2302. 

THE FIREBUG. SEE Big town, no. 17. 

FIREMEN'S BRAWL. Paramount Pictures 
Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Popeye the 
sailor cartoon) 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 21Aug53; 
LP2889. 

FIRST AID: FUNDAMENTALS. Coronet 
Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 
Appl. author: Earl H. Breon. 
© John Smart; 5Jun53; MP3681. 

FIRST BORN. SEE Your all-star theatre, 
no. 19. 

FIRST CHURCH SERVES ITS COMMUNITY 
(Filmstrip) United Christian Missionary 
Society. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 
83 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

© The United Christian Missionary Society; 
15Jul53; JU7574. 

FITTING FACTS MAKE MORE SALES (Film- 
strip) Corset & underwear review. Made by 
Cineque Colorfilm Laboratories. 54 fr., 
color, 35mm. Ansco color. 

Appl. author: Mercy Dobell. 

© The Haire Pub. Co., inc.; 16Jun53; 
JP2249. 

FLAME OF CALCUTTA. Columbia Pictures 
Corp. 70 min., sd., color, 35mm. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; lJul53; 
LP2718. 

FLINT WELCOMES CRAFTSMAN'S GUILD 
WINNERS. General Motors, Public Relations 
Dept. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 
1 reel, b&w, 35mm. 

© The Jam Handy Organization, inc.; 
50ct53; MU5593. 

FLOWER BOXES. SEE How does your garden 
grow, no. 10. 

THE FLYING TURTLE. Universal Pictures 
Co. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Walter 
Lantz foolish fable cartune) A Universal- 
International picture. Technicolor. 

© Universal International; 26Jun53; 
MP3782. 

FOOTBALL NOW AND THEN. Walt Disney 
Productions. Released by RKO Radio Pic- 
tures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. 



© Walt Disney Productions; 6Jul53; 
LP2962. 

FOOTBALL ROUNDUP. Twentieth Century- 
Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. 
(Mel Allen's sport show) 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
17Jul53; MP3834. 

FOR SOLID VALUE. Pontiac Motor Division. 
Made by Jam Handy Organization. 1 reel, 
b&w, 35mm. 

© The Jam Handy Organization, inc.; 
14Sep53; MU5578. 

FOREST RANGER. Viking Pictures Corp. 
Released by Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 
12 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 

© Viking Pictures Corp.; 17Jun53 (in notice; 
1952); MP4020. 

FORGING IN CLOSED DIES. Drop Forging 
Association. Made by Paul Hance Produc- 
tions. 35 min., sd., color, 16mm. Koda- 
chrome. 

© Paul Hance Productions, inc.; lDec53; 
MP4095. 

FORT ALGIERS. Erco Pictures Corp. Re- 
leased by United Artists Corp. 78 min., sd., 
b&w, 35mm. Based on a story by Frederick 
Stephani. 
© Erco Pictures Corp.; 30Jul53; LP2950. 

FORT TI. Columbia Pictures Corp. 78 min., 
sd., color, 35mm. A three-dimensional 
film: Natural Vision. Stereophonic sound. 
Technicolor. 

©'Columbia Pictures Corp.; lMay53; 
LP2717. 

THE 49'ERS. SEE Bobo the hobo and his 
traveling troupe in The 49'ers. 

THE 400-27, COMPETITIVE COMPARISONS 
(Filmstrip) GMC Truck Division. Made by 
Jam Handy Organization. 75 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

© GMC Truck Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 15Jul53; JU7563. 

FOUR STEPS TO GREATER FEED SALES 
(Filmstrip) Empire Sales Training Center. 
4 filmstrips, b&w, 35mm. and 4 discs (1 s. 
each), 16 in., 33 1/3 rpm. 

Contents: 1. Getting the prospect inter- 
ested. 57 fr. — 2. Telling your sales story. 
51 fr. — 3. Overcoming objections. 54 fr. — 4. 
Closing the sale. 52 fr. 

Appl. author: Ralph Herbert Everett. 

© Empire Sales Training Center; 16Mar53; 
JP2193. 

THE FOX AND THE GRAPES. Coca-Cola Co. 
Made by Walter Lantz Productions. 1 reel, 
sd., color, 16mm. Technicolor. 

© Walter Lantz Productions, inc.; lAugSS; 
LP3017. 

FRATERNITY OF FIVE. SEE Man against 
crime, July 1, 1953. 

FRICTION AT WORK (Filmstrip) Young 
America Films. 48 fr., color, 35mm. (Ele- 
mentary science series. Set no. 4) Eastman 
color. 

© Young America Films, inc.; 15Nov53; 
JP2359. 

FRIDAY THE 13TH. SEE Little Roquefort in 
Friday the 13th. 

FROM HERE TO ETERNITY. Columbia Pic- 
tures Corp. 118 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
Based on the novel of the same title by 
James Jones. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; lSep53; 
LP2899. 

THE FULL-SERVICE JOB (Filmstrip) Coca- 
Cola Co. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 
83 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
© The Coca-Cola Co.; 10Sep53; JP2321. 

FULL SPEED AHEAD (Filmstrip) Oldsmobile 
Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 
93 fr., b&w, 35mm. 



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© Oldstnobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 190ct53; JU7684. 

THE FULL STORY ON POWER STEERING 
(Filmstrip) De Soto Division. Made by 
Ross Roy, inc. 98 fr., b&w, 35inm. 

© Chrysler Corp., De Soto Division; 
9Jun53; JP2179. 

FUN AT THE ZOO. SEE Time for a trip, 
no. 2. 

FUN WITH COTTONTAILS. SEE Adventure 
out of doors, no. 17. 

FUN WITH PHEASANTS. SEE Adventure out 
of doors, no. 14. 



FUNNY MONEY. LP2746. 
Barrymore theater. 



SEE The Ethel 



FUSION WELDING. Union Carbide and Carbon 
Corp. 11 min., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 

© Union Carbide and Carbon Corp.; 4Dec53; 
MU5601. 

FUTURE IN HAND (Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill 
Book Co. Made by Documentary Filnm Pro- 
ductions. 35 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Marriage and 
family living series) Correlated with the 
book Your marriage and family living, by 
Paul H. Landis. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; llMay53; 
JP2152. 



GMC HYDRA -MA TIC BASIC PRINCIPLES 
(Filmstrip) GMC Truck Division. 73 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. 

© GMC Truck Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 27Jul53; JU7582. 

GAMBLING. March of Time. 15 min., sd., 
b&w. 16mm. (Our living language, no. 1) 
© Time, inc.; lAug53; MP4182. 

GAON SATHIS— THE FRIENDS OF THE 
VILLAGE. Ford Foundation. 4 reels, sd., 
color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 

Credits: Producer and writer, Ernest 
Kleinberg. 

© Ernest Kleinberg; 28Jul53; MP3960. 

GASOLINE ENGINE: OTTO CYCLE. McGraw- 
Hill Book Co. Made by Audio Productions. 
8 min., sd., b&w, 16nim. (College physics 
series) Produced with the cooperation of the 
Visual Aids Committee of the American 
Association of Physics Teachers. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 30Dec52 
(in notice: 1951); MP3906. 

GATEWAY TO HEALTH. National Apple 
Institute. Made by John Ott Pictures. 
19 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 

Credits: Time-lapse photography, John 
Nash Ott, Jr. 

© John Ott Pictures, inc.; 23Mar53; 
MP4086. 

GENE AUTRY SERIES. Flying A Pictures, 
1953. 3 reels each, sd., b&w, 16mm. 
© Flying A Pictures, inc. 

67. Hoodoo canyon. © 8Jul53; LP2734. 

70. Rio renegades. © 9Jul53; LP2736. 

71. The carnival comes west. © 6Jul53; 
LP2713. 

72. Talking guns. © 9Jul53; LP2735. 

74. Battle axe. © 6Jul53; LP2712. 

75. Civil war at Deadwood. © 6Jul53; 
LP2714. 

76. Outlaw warning. © 8Jul53; LP2733. 

77. Boots and ballots. © 9Jul53; LP2737. 



GENERAL DELIVERY. 
Barrymore theater. 



SEE The Ethel 



THE GENTLE TOUCH. Chrysler Corp. Made 
by Wilding Picture Productions. 14 min., 
sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 
© Chrysler Corp.; lJun53; LP2732. 



THE GENTLE YEARS. LP2741. SEE The 
Ethel Barrymore theater. 

THE GENTLEMAN FROM JULESBURG. SEE 
Lone Ranger series, no. 118. 

GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES. Twentieth 
Century-Fox Film Corp. 10 reels, sd., 
color, 35mm. Based on the musical comedy 
of the same title by Joseph Fields and Anita 
Loos. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
lJul53; LP2925. 

GEOGRAPHY OF THE MIDDLE ATLANTIC 
STATES. Coronet Instructional Films. 
11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Appl. author: Thomas F. Barton. 
© John Smart; 15Jun53; MP3686. 

GERALD MAC BOING BOING'S SYMPHONY. 
United Productions of America. Released by 
Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 
35mm. (Jolly frolics) 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 15Jul53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP3035. 

GERMANY. Dudley Pictures Corp. Released 
by Republic Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., 
color, 35mm. (This world of ours) Tru- 
color. 
© Dudley Pictures Corp.; 13Jul53; MP4117. 

GETTING THE PROSPECT INTERESTED. 
SEE Four steps to greater feed sales, no. 1. 

A GHOST FOR SCOTLAND YARD. SEE 
Adventures of Superman. 

THE GHOST OF COYOTE CANYON. SEE 
Lone Ranger series, no. 126. 

GHOST WOLF. SEE Adventures of Superman. 

THE GINGERBREAD MAN. E. I. Du Pont de 
Nemours. Made by Sovereign Productions. 
3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. (The cavalcade of 
America) 

© E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., inc.; 
15Apr53; LP2954. 

GIRL m THE PARK. SEE Your all-star 
theatre, no. 5. 

THE GIRL WITH THE LAMP. Stark-Films. 
2 reels, sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 
Produced in cooperation with the Women's 
Auxiliary to the Baltimore City Medical 
Society, and the Maryland Society for Medi- 
cal Research with the technical advice of the 
Maryland State Nurses Association. 

Appl. author: Milton Stark. 

© Stark-Films; 20Nov53; MP4113. 

THE GLASS CENTER OF CORNING. Corning 
Glass Works. Made by Paul Hance Produc- 
tions. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

© Paul Hance Productions, inc.; 4Nov53; 
MP4027. 

THE GLORY BRIGADE. Twentieth Century- 
Fox Film Corp. 81 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
10Jun53; LP2910. 

GO AWAY A WINNER. SEE Schlitz playhouse 
of stars. 

GO OUT AND GET THEM (Filmstrip) Chev- 
rolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy 
Organization. 61 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Used car 
selling series, no. 2) 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 14Sep53; JU7666. 

GOING PLACES (Filmstrip) Oldsmobile 
Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 
89 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 27Jul53; JU7584. 

GOLDILOCKS AND THE THREE BEARS. 
Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., 
b&w, 16mm. 
© John Smart; 2Nov53; MP4098. 



GONE FISHIN'. Vitaphone Corp. 20 min., 
sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. A Warner 
Bros, short subject. 
© The Vitaphone Corp.; 21Sep53; MP3899. 

GOOD HOUSEKEEPING FOR MEN ONLY. 
Aetna Casualty and Surety Co. 13 min., sd., 
color. 16mm. (Construction series) Ansco 
color. 

© Aetna Casualty and Surety Co.; 27Apr53; 
MP4025. 

THE GOOD LOSER. Centron Corp. Released 
by Young America Films. 14 min., sd., 
b&w, 16mm. (Discussion problems in group 
living) With teacher's guide. 

Appl. author: Arthur H. Wolf. 

© Centron Corp., inc.; lNov53; MP4171. 

GOOD SPEECH FOR GARY. Dept. of Cinema, 
University of Southern California. Released 
by McGraw-Hill Book Co. 22 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

© University of Southern California, De- 
partment of Cinema (in notice: University of 
Southern California); 28May53 (in notice: 
1952); MP3911. 

GOOFY CARTOON. Motion pictures in this 
series, © Walt Disney Productions, are 
entered separately under their respective 
titles. 

THE GRAND. Ken Hutchinson Production Co. 
1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

© Kenneth Edward Hutchinson; 20Aug53; 
MP4083. 

GRANDFATHER'S WORLD (Filmstrip) 
Jewish Education Committee of New York. 
52 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Contents: Greens for Shavuoi, by Sholom 
Aleichem. — If not higher, by I. L. Peretz. — 
New year of the trees, by S. Ben Zion. — 
Three good deeds, by S. Ansky. 

© Jewish Education Committee of New 
York, inc.; 27Nov53; JP2390. 

GRANTLAND RICE SPORTLIGHT. Motion 
pictures in this series, © Paramount Pic- 
tures Corp., are entered separately under 
their respective titles. 

THE GRASSHOPPER AND THE ANTS. Coca- 
Cola Co. Made by Walter Lantz Productions. 
1 reel, sd., color, 16mm. Technicolor. 

© Walter Lantz Productions, inc.; lAug53; 
LP3018. 

GRAVITY (Filmstrip) Young America Films. 
45 fr., color, 35mm. (Elementary science 
series. Set no. 4) Eastman color. 

© Young America Films, inc.; 15Nov53; 
JP2358. 

THE GREAT ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN 
KIDD. Columbia Pictures Corp. 2 reels 
each, sd., Ij&w, 35mm. © Columbia Pictures 
Corp. 

1. Pirate vs. man of war. © 17Sep53; 
LP3075. 

2. The fatal shot. © 24Sep53; LP3114. 

3. Attacked by Captain Kidd. © 10ct53; 
LP3110. 

4. Captured by Captain Kidd. © 80ct53; 
LP3102. 

5. Mutiny on the Adventure Galley. 
© 150ct53; LP3122. 

6. Murder on the main deck. © 220ct53; 
LP3123. 

THE GREAT JESSE JAMES RAID. Jezebel 
Productions. Released by Lippert Pictures. 
73 min., sd., color, 35mm. Ansco color. 
© Jezebel Productions; 210ct53; LP2971. 

GREAT LAKES TOUR: CHICAGO. SEE Sight- 
seeing with the Swayzes through Vacationland 
America, no. 12. 

GREAT PERSONALITIES (Filmstrip) Chris- 
tian Education Press. 63 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Appl. author: Oscar J. Rumpf. 

© The Christian Education Press; lJun53; 
JP2149. 



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THE GREAT PLAINS (Filmstrip) Informative 
Classroom Picture Publishers. 72 fr., b&w, 
35mm. Correlated with the textbook and the 
picture portfolio by Walter Havighurst enti- 
tled Life in America: the Great Plains. 

© Raymond E. Fideler and Nancy B. 
Fideler, d.b.a. Informative Classroom Pic- 
ture Publishers; 22Jun53; JP2349. 

GREAT SMOKY TOUR. SEE Sightseeing with 
the Swayzes through Vacationland America, 
no. U. 

GREEN MOUNTAIN SPEEDSTERS. Para- 
mount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 
35mm. (Grantland Rice sportlight) 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 5Jun53; 
MP3689. 

GREYHOUND CAPERS. Columbia Pictures 
Corp. 8 min., sd., b&w, 3 5mm. (Animal 
cavalcade) 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 30Jul53; 
MP3921. 

THE GRIEVANCE HEARING. McGraw-Hill 
Book Co. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Per- 
sonnel management series) Correlated with 
the book Personnel management, by Walter 
Dill Scott, Robert C. Clothier, and WilUam 
R. Spriegel. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 190ct53; 
MP4090. 

GRIEVANCE HEARING (Filmstrip) McGraw- 
Hill Book Co. 30 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Per- 
sonnel management series) Based on the 
motion picture of the same title. Correlated 
with the book Personnel management, by 
Walter Dill Scott, Robert C. Clothier, and 
WilUam R. Spriegel. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 190ct53; 
JP2373. 

GROOMING (Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill Book 
Co. 41 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Teen-age clothing 
series) Correlated with How you look and 
dress, by Byrta Carson. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co.. inc.; lJun53; 
JP2260. 

GROWING PAINS. SEE Terry Bears in 
Growing pains. 

GROWING UP IN ANCIENT ROME (Filmstrip) 
Popular Science Pub. Co. 34 fr., b&w, 
35mm. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 4Nov53; 
JP2371. 

GUN BELT. Global Productions. Released by 
United Artists Corp. 66 min., sd., color, 
35mm. Technicolor. 

© Global Productions, inc.; 22Jun53; 
LP2731. 

GUN FURY. Columbia Pictures Corp. 
9 reels, sd., color, 35mm. A three- 
dimensional film. Based on the novel Ten 
against Caesar, by K. R. G. Granger, pseud, 
of Kathleen, Robert, and George Granger. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; lNov53; 
LP3074. 

GUNPOWDER JOE. SEE Lone Ranger series, 
no. 122. 



H 



HA: ha: from HOLLYWOOD. Columbia 
Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. 
(Screen snapshots) 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 23Apr53; 
MP3773. 

HALF A HERO. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Re- 
leased by Loew's. 71 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
© Loew's Incorporated; 28Jul53; LP2845. 

THE HALL OF WONDERS. Chevrolet Motor 
Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 
2 reels, b&w, 35mm. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 14Sep53; MU5576. 



HANSEL AND GRETEL (Filmstrip) Jam 
Handy Organization. 32 fr., color, 35mm. 
(Music stories, no. 2) Ansco color. 

© Edward Kozak, Frances Boddy; 25Aug53; 
JP2299. 

THE HAPPY FAMILY. SEE Mr. Lord says 
"No." 

HARNESS BULL. SEE Vice squad. 

HARPSICHORD. SEE John Kieran's kaleido- 
scope, no. 31. 

THE HAUNTED LIGHTHOUSE. SEE Adven- 
tures of Superman. 

HE POPPED HIS PISTOL. Columbia Pictures 
Corp. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 20Jul53; 
LP2756. 

HE THAT REAPETH (Filmstrip) Broadman 
Films. 37 fr., b&w, 35mm. Scenes from the 
motion picture He that winneth. 

Appl. author: Earl Waldrup. 

© Broadman Films; lJun53; JP2209. 

HE THAT WINNETH. Broadman Films. 
15 min., sd., b&w, 16mni. 

Appl. author: Earl Waldrup. 

© Broadman Films; lApr53; MP3740. 
SEE ALSO He that reapeth. 

HEALTH: YOUR FOOD. Centron Corp. Re- 
leased by Young America Films. 18 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. With teacher's guide. 

Appl. author: Margaret Carlile Travis. 

© Centron Corp., inc.; lNov53; MP4069. 

HEALTH: YOUR POSTURE. Centron Corp. 
Released by Young America Films. 1 reel, 
sd., b&w, 16nim. With teacher's guide. 
' Appl. title: Your posture. 
© Young America Films, inc.; 24Nov53; 
MP4096. 

HEART OF GOLD. SEE Your all-star theatre, 
no. 13. 

THE HEART OF OUR BUSINESS. General 
Motors Acceptance Corp. Made by Jam 
Handy Organization. 2 reels, b&w, 35mm. 

© The Jam Handy Organization, inc.; 
14Sep53; MU5582. 

HEAVENLY HARMONIES. Bob Jones Univer- 
sity. 15 min., sd., color, 16mm. Koda- 
chrome. Filmed in the Unusual Films Studio 
of Bob Jones University. 
© Bob Jones University; 13Sep53; MP4046. 

HECKLE AND JECKLE, THE TALKING MAG- 
PIES, IN BLIND DATE. Terrytoons. Re- 
leased by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 
1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon car- 
toon) 
© Terrytoons. inc.; 27Nov53; LP3120. 

HECKLE AND JECKLE, THE TALKING MAG- 
PIES, IN LOG ROLLERS. Terrytoons, Re- 
leased by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 
1 reel, sd.. color, 35mm. (Terrytoon car- 
toon) 
© Terrytoons. inc.; 4Sep53; LP3086. 

HECKLE AND JECKLE, THE TALKING MAG- 
PIES. IN TEN PIN TERRORS. Terrytoons. 
Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film 
Corp. 1 reel, sd., color. 35mm. (Terrytoon 
cartoon) 
© Terrytoons, inc.; 17Apr53; LP2859. 

HEIR BEAR. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Re- 
leased by Loew's. 6 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
Technicolor. 
© Loew's Incorporated; 26May53; LP2873. 

HEREDITY. PART 1: THE MECHANISM OF 
INHERITANCE (Filmstrip) Marian Ray. 
23 fr., color, 35mm. 
© Marian Ray; lMay53; JP2225. 

HEREDITY. PART 2: MENDEL'S LAWS 
(Filmstrip) Marian Ray. 36 fr., color. 



35mm. 
© Marian Ray; lMay53; JP2226. 

HERMAN AND KATNIP CARTOON. Motion 
pictures in this series, ® Paramount Pic- 
tures Corp., are ei.tered separately under 
their respective titles. 

THE HERO. SEE Big town, no. 26. 

HIDDEN FORTUNE. SEE Lone Ranger series, 
no. 119. 

HIDE AND SEEK. SEE Man against crime, 
Aug. 7, 1953. 

HIGH GEAR. Western Gear Works. Made by 

5 and S Enterprises. 8 min.. sd., b&w. 
16mm. 

Appl. author: Charles G. Stipp. 

© S & S Enterprises; 150ct52; MP3809. 

HIGHLIGHTS OF NEW DEALER SALES 
AGREEMENT (Filmstrip) Dearborn Motors 
Corp. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 
26 fr.. b&w, 35mm. 
© Dearborn Motors Corp.; 27Jul53; JU7580. 

HINTS ON MAKING A DRESS (Filmstrip) 
McGraw-Hill Book Co. 2 filmstrips (pt. 1, 
50 fr.; pt. 2, 42 fr.). b&w. 35mm. (Teen-age 
clothing series) Correlated with How you 
look and dress, by Byrta Carson. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co.. inc.; lJun53; 
JP2255-2256. 

HIRING THE MAID. SEE Topper, no. T103. 

the' HISTORY OF WEATHER MOVEMENTS. 
NORTHERN HEMISPHERE SEA LEVEL. 
1899-1939: NORTH AMERICA UPRIGHT, 

6 F/M. Gerrit Daams. 2.350 ft., si., b&w, 
16mm. 

© Gerrit Daams; 24Dec53; MP4194. 

HIT AND RUN. SEE Big town, no. 3. 

HIT-AND-RUN INVESTIGATION (Filmstrip) 
National Association of Automotive Mutual 
Insurance Companies with the cooperation of 
the Traffic Institute. Northwestern Univer- 
sity. Made by Vogue Wright Studios. 62 fr.. 
b&w. 35mm. Prepared to supplement 
Accident investigation manual, published by 
the Traffic Institute. 

© National Association of Automotive 
Mutual Insurance Cos.; 10ct53; JP2276. 

HIT 'IM AGAIN. Vitaphone Corp. 10 min., 
sd.. b&w, 35mm. A Warner Bros, short 
subject. 
© The Vitaphone Corp.; 14Sep53; MP3886. 

HIT THE ROAD (Filmstrip) Cadillac Motor 
Car Division. Made by Haig and Patterson. 
68 fr.. b&w, 35mm. (Cadillac service round 
table film presentation, no. 7) With leader's 
meeting guide. 

© Cadillac Motor Car Division. General 
Motors Corp.; 14Aug53; A118833. 

HOLIDAY ISLAND. RKO-Pathe. 15 min., sd.. 
color. 35mm. 

Credits: Director and photographer, 
Harry W. Smith; written by Burton Benjamin. 
© RKO-Pathe. inc.; lSep53; MP4001. 

HOLLYWOOD'S GREAT COMEDIANS. Colum- 
bia Pictures Corp. 9 min.. sd., b&w, 35mm. 
(Screen snapshots) 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 14May53; 
MP3883. 

HOLLYWOOD'S PAIR OF JACKS. Columbia 
Pictures Corp. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
(Screen snapshots) 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 18Jun53; 
MP3882. 

HOLY NIGHT. Cathedral Films. 30 min., sd., 
sepia, 16mm. 

Credits: Author, Arthur Horman. 

© JKF Productions (in notice: a JKF pro- 
duction); Nov51; LP2932. 



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101 



HOME NURSING: FUNDAMENTALS. Coronet 
Instructional Films. 14 min., sd., b&w, 
16nim. 
Appl. author: Ann Magnussen. 
© John Smart; 17Jun53; MP3688. 

HOMEWORK: STUDYING ON YOUR OWN. 
Coronet Instructional Films. 10 min., sd., 
b&w, 16mm. 

Appl. author: Harry W. Porter. 

© John Smart; 18Jun53; MP3680. 

HONKY TONK BURLESQUE. Sonney Amuse- 
ment Enterprises. 6 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Sonney Amusemtnt Enterprises, inc.; 
20ct53; LP2957. 

HOODOO CANYON. LP2734. SEE Gene Autry 
series, no. 67. 

HORSE RACING: AMERICA'S NEWEST NUM- 
BER ONE SPORT. SEE America's new no. 1 
sport. 

HOT FUR. SEE Man against crime. May 27, 
1953. 

HOT NEWS. Allied Artists Productions. Re- 
leased by Monogram Pictures Corp. 60 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Monogram Pictures Corp.; 110ct53; 
LP2969. 

HOT ROD. SEE Big town, no. 25. 

HOUDINI. Paramount Pictures Corp. 
106 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. 
Based on a book by Harold Kellock. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; Ijul53; 
LP2729. 

THE HOUND AND THE RABBIT. Coca-Cola 
Co. Made by Walter Lantz Productions. 
1 reel, sd., color, 16mm. Technicolor. 

© Walter Lantz Productions, inc.; lAug53; 
LP3019. 

HOW ALERT A DRIVER ARE YOU? Aetna 
Casualty and Surety Co. 6 min., sd., b&w, 
16inm. (Drivotrainer film, no. 12) Produced 
in cooperation with the Board of Education of 
the City of New York. 

Credits: Author, Paul B. CuUen. 

© The Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 
24Feb53; MP3980. 

40W DOES YOUR GARDEN GROW. John Ott 
Pictures. 26 min. each, sd., b&w unless 
otherwise indicated, 16mm. © John Ott 
Pictures, inc. 

1. Introduction, color. © 23Dec52; MP3821. 

2. African violets. © llFeb53; MP3822. 

3. Plant oddities. © 17Feb53; MP3816. 
5. Hydroponics. © 19Feb53; MP4104. 
7. Easter. © 12Apr52; MP3817. 

9. Roses. © 2Mar53; MP4103. 

10. Flower boxes. © 12Feb53 (in notice: 
1952); MP3819. 

17. Preserving flowers. © 15Feb53; 

MP4102. 
25. Orchids. © 17Feb53; MP4105. 

HOW HEAT IS TRANSFERRED (Filmstrip) 
Young America Films. 49 fr., color, 35mm. 
(Elementary science series. Set no. 4) 
Eastman color. 

© Young America Films, inc.; 15Nov53; 
JP2363. 

HOW MUCH DOES IT WEIGH? (Filmstrip) 
Popular Science Pub. Co. 32 fr., color, 
35mm. Ansco color. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 28Sep53; 
JP2325. 

HOW QUIET HELPS AT SCHOOL. Coronet 
Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Credits: Educational collaborator, Henry 
Bonner McDaniel. 

© John Smart; 29Jul53; MP3876. 

HOW TO CONDUCT A DISCUSSION. Encyclo- 
paedia Britannica Films. 24 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 



© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
12Mar53 (in notice: 1952); MP4023. 

HOW TO DANCE. Walt Disney Productions. 
Released by RKO Radio Pictures. 1 reel, 
sd., color, 35inm. (Goofy cartoon) Techni- 
color. 

© Walt Disney Productions; 16Mar53; 
LP2963. 

HOW TO DRIVE ON HILLS. Aetna Casualty 
and Surety Co. 6 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
(Drivotrainer film, no. 16) Produced in 
cooperation with the Board of Education of 
the City of New York. 

Credits: Author, Paul B. CuUen. 

© The Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 
24Feb53; MP3966. 

HOW TO FOLLOW AND TURN SAFELY. 
Aetna Casualty and Surety Co. 4 min., sd., 
j b&w, 16mm. (Drivotrainer film, no. 9) Pro- 
duced in cooperation with the Board of 
Education of the City of New York. 
Credits: Author, Paul B. CuUen. 
© The Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 
24Feb53; MP3979. 

HOW TO HANDLE COMPETITION (Filmstrip) 
Lincoln-Mercury Sales Council of the Ford 
Motor Co. Made by Analyses, inc. 65 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. (Lincoln-Mercury sales 
roundtable, no. 11 A) 

© Ford Motor Co.; 21Apr53 (in notice: 
1952); JP2170. 

HOW TO KEEP COOL. SEE Dimwit in How 
to keep cool. 

HOW TO MAKE LEMONADE (Filmstrip) 
National Consumer Finance Association. 
Made by Wilding Picture Productions. 89 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. 

© National Consumer Finance Association; 
llMay53; JP2196. 

HOW TO MAKE SENSE OUT OF TODAY'S 
DOLLAR (Filmstrip) Chrysler Sales Divi- 
sion. Made by Ross Roy, inc. 95 fr., b&w, 
35mm. 
© Chrysler Corp.; 31Aug53; JP2231. 

HOW TO RELAX. SEE Dimwit in How to 
relax. 

HOW TO STEER LIKE AN EXPERT. Aetna 
Casualty and Surety Co. 8 min., sd., b&w, 
16mni. (Drivotrainer film, no. 7) Produced 
in cooperation with the Board of Education of 
the City of New York. 

Credits: Author, Paul B. CuUen. 

© The Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 
24Feb53; MP3981. 

HOW TO TRANSPORT, PLACE, FINISH, & 
CURE QUALITY CONCRETE. Portland 
Cement Association and American Concrete 
Institute. 32 min., sd., color, 16mm. Koda- 
chrome. 

© Portland Cement Association; lNov53; 
MP4045. 

HOW TO TURN THE CAR AROUND. Aetna 
Casualty and Surety Co. 5 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. (Drivotrainer film, no. 18) Produced 
in cooperation with the Board of Education of 
the City of New York. 
Credits: Author, Paul B. CuUen. 
© The Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 
24Feb53; MP3972. 

HOW WELL CAN YOU STEER? Aetna 
Casualty and Surety Co. 7 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. (Drivotrainer film, no. 8) Produced 
in cooperation with the Board of Education 
of the City of New York. 

Credits: Author, Paul B. CuUen. 

© The Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 
24Feb53; MP3975. 



HOW YOU LOOK AND DRESS. 
Care of your clothes. 
Color in your clothes. 
Grooming. 
Hints on making a dress. 



SEE 



The right clothes for you. 
Sewing by hand. 
Sewing equipment. 

THE HUBBY KILLER. SEE Private secre- 
tary, no. 20. 

THE HUMAN BODY: SKELETON. Coronet 
Instructional Films. 10 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 
Appl. author: B. J. Anson. 
© John Smart; 15Jun53; MP3684. 

THE HUMAN BOMB. SEE Adventures of 
Superman. 

HURRICANE HUNTERS. Paramount Pictures 
Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. (Pacemaker) 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.- 7Aug53- 
MP3785. 

HY -DRIVE ... AND THE COMPETITION 
(Filmstrip) Plymouth Motor Corp. Made by 
Ross Roy, inc. 98 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
© Chrysler Corp.; 8Jul53; JP2220. 



HYDROGEN HURRICANE. 
Cody, no. 8. 



SEE Commando 



HYDROPONICS. SEE How does your garden 
grow, no. 5. 



THE HYPNOTIC RAY MACHINE, 
lost planet, no. 9. 



SEE The 



THE HYPNOTIST. SEE Topper, no. T104. 

HY-STYLE IN THE SPOTLIGHT (Filmstrip) 
Plymouth Division. Made by Ross Roy, inc. 
92 fr., color, 35mm. Eastman color. 
© Chrysler Corp.; 21Sep53; JP2296. 



I BEHELD HIS GLORY. Cathedral Films. 
55 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Credits: Screenplay, Arthur Horman. 

© Cathedral Films, inc.; 27Jan53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2931. 

I, THE JURY. Parklane Pictures. Released 
by United Artists Corp. 87 min., sd., b&w, 
35mm. A three-dimensional film. Based on 
the book of the same title by Mickey Spillane. 
© Parklane Pictures, inc.; 24Jul53; LP2827. 



I IF A HEN COULD TALK (Filmstrip) Ralston 
j Purina Co. Made by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. 86 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
© Ralston Purina Co.; 15Jul53; JU7571. 

I'M THE LAW. Cosman Productions. 3 reels 
each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Cosman Produc- 
tions, inc. 

19. The suspect. © 19Jun53; LP2705. 

IMPACT OF TRAGEDY. TwenUeth Century- 
Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. 
(See it happen) 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
6Nov53; MP4186. 

IN THE GRIP OF THE DE-THERMO RAY. 
SEE The lost planet, no. 14. 

THE INCAS (Filmstrip) Life. Made by 
Science Pictures. 71 fr., color, 35mm. With 
lecture notes. Prepared by Colin McPhee 
from material assembled for two essays: 
The Incas, which appeared in Life, Sept. 24, 
1945, photographed by Frank Scherschel; and 
The Andes, which appeared in Life, Aug. 2, 
1948, photographed by Dmitri Kessel. 
© Time, inc.; 7May53; A97590. 

INDIA (Filmstrip) Life. Made by Colortech 
Films. 60 fr., b&w, 35mm. Based on the 
photographic essay which appeared in Life 
magazine. 
© Time, inc.; 20ct53; AU5817. 

THE INDOMITABLE BLACKSMITH. Jack 
Chertok Productions. 29 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. (Cavalcade of America series) 



102 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THE INDOMITABLE BLACKSMITH. Cont'd. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© Jack Chertok Productions, inc.; lApr53- 
LP2755. 

INDUSTRIAL ARTS: HAND SAWS. Centron 
Corp. Released by Young America Films. 
9 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. With teacher's 
guide. 

Appl. author: Charles Lacey. 

© Centron Corp., inc.; 15Apr53; MP4063. 

INDUSTRIAL ARTS:' MEASURING AND 
SQUARING. Centron Corp, Released by 
Young America Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. With teacher's guide. 

Appl. author: Charles Lacey. 

© Centron Corp., inc.; lMay53; MP4065. 

INDUSTRIAL ARTS: PLANES. Centron Corp. 
Released by Young America Films. 12 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. With teacher's guide. 

Appl. author: Charles Lacey. 

© Centron Corp., inc.; 15Apr53; MP4064. 

INDUSTRIAL ARTS: USING NAILS AND 
SCREWS. Centron Corp. Released by Young 
America Films. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
With teacher's guide. 

Appl. author: Charles Lacey. 

© Centron Corp., inc.; lJun53; MP4172. 

INFERNO. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 
10 reels, sd., color, 35mm. A three- 
dimensional film. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
16Jul53; LP2922. 

THE INTERVIEW. SEE The employment 
interview. 



July-Dec. 



THE INVISIBLE ENEMY, 
planet, no. 13. 



SEE The lost 



IRON MOUNTAIN TRAIL. Republic Pictures 
Corp. 54 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Republic Pictures Corp.; 21Apr53; 
LP2707. 

ISAAC AND REBECCA. Hazon Film Co., Tel- 
Aviv. Released in the U. S. by Union of 
American Hebrew Congregations. 20 min., 
sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 

© Union of American Hebrew Congrega- 
tions; lMay53; MP4004. 

ISLAND IN THE SKY. Wayne-Fellows Pro- 
ductions. Released by Warner Bros. Pic- 
tures. 109 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on 
the novel of the same title by Ernest K. Gann. 

© Wayne-Fellows Productions, inc.; 
17Sep53; LP2901. 

IT CAME FROM OUTER SPACE. Universal 
Pictures Co. 80 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A 
Universal- International picture. A three- 
dimensional film. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 26Jun53; 
LP2838. 

IT HAPPENED m A PAWNSHOP. SEE Your 
all-star theatre, no. 15. 

IT HAPPENED TO HANK (Filmstrip) Chev- 
rolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy 
Organization. 85 fr., b&w, 35nim. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 27Jul53; JU7590. 

IT WILL WORK FOR YOU (Filmstrip) GMC 
Truck Division. Made by Jam Handy Organ- 
ization. 77 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

© GMC Truck Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 14Sep53; JU7661. 

IT'S A DATE (Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill Book 
Co. Made by Documentary Film Productions. 
32 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Marriage and family 
living series) Correlated with the book Your 
marriage and family living, by Paul H. 
Landis. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; llMay53; 
JP2151. 



IT'S A SNAP. Eastman Kodak Co. 17 min., 
sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 
© Eastman Kodak Co.; 13Jul53; MU5563. 

IT'S A WONDERFUL DAY. Florez. 24 min., 
sd., color, 16mm. 
© Florez, inc.; 7Dec53; MU5602. 

IT'S FUN TO GROW, Mildred Lucille Schorpp. 
315 ft., color, 8mm. 

© Mildred Lucille Schorpp; 23Sep53; 
MU5587. 

IT'S IN THE AIR. Airtemp Division, Chrysler 
Corp. Made by Wilding Picture Productions. 
20 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 

© Chrysler Corp,, Airtemp Division; 
lJul53; LP2783. 

IT'S TIME FOR EVERYBODY. Columbia 
Broadcasting System. Made by United Pro- 
ductions of America. 40 min., sd., color, 
16mm. Kodachrome. 

© Columbia Broadcasting System, inc.; 
20Jul53; MP3855. 

IT'S YOUR BUSINESS TOO (Filmstrip) Olds- 
mobile Division. Made by Jam Handy Organ- 
ization. 98 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 14Sep53; JU7659. 



JACK SLADE. Allied Artists Productions. 
Released by Monogram Pictures Corp. 
90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Allied Artists, Monogram Pictures Corp.; 
8Nov53; LP3029. 

JAPAN (Filmstrip) Life. Made by Training 
Films. 84 fr., b&w, 35mm. Based on the 
stories which appeared in Life, Sept. 10, and 
Sept. 17, 1951. 
© Time, inc.; 24Sep52; A100739. 

JENNIFER. Allied Artists Productions. Re- 
leased by Monogram Pictures Corp. 73 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. Based upon a story by 
Virginia Myers. 

© Monogram Pictures Corp.; 250ct53; 
LP3006. 

JET ACE. SEE Adventures of Superman. 

THE JEWEL. SEE Your all-star theatre. 

JOB EVALUATION AND MERIT RATING. 
McGraw-Hill Book Co. 13 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. (Personnel management series) 
Correlated with the book Personnel manage- 
ment, by Walter Dill Scott, Robert C. 
Clothier, and William R. Spriegel. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 190ct53; 
MP4087. 

JOB EVALUATION AND MERIT RATING 
(Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill Book Co. 24 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. (Personnel management series) 
Based on the motion picture of the same title. 
Correlated with the book Personnel manage- 
ment, by Walter Dill Scott, Robert C. 
Clothier, and William R. Spriegel. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 190ct53; 
JP2374. 

JOE MAGARAC (Filmstrip) Key Productions. 
Released by Young America Films. 40 fr., 
color, 35mm. (American folklore series) 
Eastman color. 
© Key Productions, inc.; 23Dec53; JP2409. 

JOHN KIERAN'S KALEIDOSCOPE. Inter- 
national Tele- Film Productions. Released 
by United Artists Television Corp. 11 min. 
each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © International Tele- 
Film Productions, inc. 

10. Bee city. © 9Jul50 (in notice: 1951); 
MP4081. 

11. Bird control. © 2Jan51; MP4080. 

12. Bird island. © 21Jun50 (in notice: 1949); 
MP4076. 

18. Constructive chemistry. © 28Dec50 
(in notice: 1951); MP4072. 



22. Dragons and damsels. © 28Jun50 (in 

notice: 1951); MP4078. 
24. The earth's skin. © 7Feb51; MP4079. 
31. Harpsichord. © 26Nov50 (in notice: 

1949); MP4074. 
38. Miracle of life. © 25Jun50 (in notice: 

1951); MP4073. 
62. Steel. © 5Jul50 (in notice: 1949); 

MP4075. 
92. Miracle of moss. © 9Aug50 (in notice: 

1951); MP4077. 

JOHNNY APPLESEED (Filmstrip) Key 
Productions. Released by Young America 
Films. 45 fr., color, 35mm. (American 
folklore series) Eastman color. 
© Key Productions, inc.; 23Dec53; JP2412. 

JOHNNY, THE GIANT KILLER. Jean Image 
Films, Paris. Released in the U. S. by 
Lippert Pictures. 60 min., sd., color, 
35mm. Technicolor. 
© Lippert Pictures, inc.; 2Jun53; LP3009. 

JOLLY FROLICS. Motion pictures in this 
series, © Columbia Pictures Corp., are 
entered separately under their respective 
titles. 

JUANITO'S STORY. Dept. of Health, Republic 
of the Philippines in cooperation with the 
Mutual Security Agency. Made by Jam Handy 
Organization. 2 reels, color, 35mm. East- 
man color. 

© The Jam Handy Organization, inc.; 
14Sep53; MU5583. 

JUNGLE JIM. SEE Killer ape. 

JR. SEE Your all-star theatre, no. 2. 

JUST WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERED (Film- 
strip) Coca-Cola Co. Made by Jam Handy 
Organization. 57 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

© The Coca-Cola Co.; lMay53; JP2157. 
SEE ALSO Your all-star theatre. 

JUSTICE FOR ALL. LP2744. SEE The Ethel 
Barrymore theater. 



KAMIKAZE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film 
Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. (See it 
happen) 

© Twentieth Century- Fox Film Corp.; 
21Aug53; MP4029. 

KAREN. SEE Man against crime, Apr. 29, 
1953. 

KARTUNE. Motion pictures in this series, 
© Paramount Pictures Corp., are entered 
separately under their respective titles. 

KEEP 'EM SOLD (Filmstrip) The Coca-Cola 
Co. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 
107 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
© The Coca-Cola Co.; 10Sep53; JP2320. 

THE KID. SEE Topper, no. TIU. 

THE KID FROM LEFT FIELD. Twentieth 
Century -Fox Film Corp. 10 reels, sd., b&w, 
35 mm. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
22Jul53; LP2924. 

KILLER APE. Columbia Pictures Corp. 
7 reels, sd., sepia, 35mm. Based on the 
comic strip Jungle Jim, by Alex Raymond. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; lDec53; 
LP3053. 

KING OF THE SKY. Universal Pictures Co. 
2 reels, sd., color, 35mm. (Universal- 
International color parade) Technicolor. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 26Jun53; 
MP3777. 

KNOW-HOW TAKES SHOW-HOW (Filmstrip) 
Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam 
Handy Organization. 82 fr., t>&w. 35mm. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 27Jul53; JU7591. 



1953 



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103 



KODAK PHOTO RESIST FOR LITHOGRAPHIC 
PLATEMAKING. Eastman Kodak Co. 
8 min., sd., color, 16inin. 
© Eastman Kodak Co.; 30Oct53; MU5598. 

KOREA, THE LONG ROAD TO PEACE. 
March of Time. 29 min., sd., b&w, 16inm. 
© Time, inc.; 8Apr53; MP3693. 



LADY AND THE CHAMP. SEE Your all-star 
theatre. 



LADY INVESTIGATOR. LP2747. 
Ethel Barrymore theater. 



SEE The 



LAND OF THE FREE. SEE Death Valley 
days, no. 318. 

LAST OF THE PONY RIDERS. Gene Autry 
Productions. Released by Columbia Pictures 
Corp. 6 reels, sd., sepia, 35mm. 

© Gene Autry Productions; 31Aug53; 
LP2868. 

LAS VEGAS, FRONTIER TOWN OF TWO 
CENTURIES. March of Time. 29 min., sd., 
b&w, 16min. 
© Time, inc.; 15Apr53; MP3694. 

LATIN LOVERS. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 
Released by Loew's. 104 min., sd., color, 
35mm. Technicolor. 
© Loew's Incorporated; 13Jul53; LP2829. 

LAURENTIAN SPORTS HOLIDAY. Twentieth 
Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 
35mm. (Mel Allen's sport show) 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
27Nov53; MP4187. 

LAYING OUT COMMON RAFTERS AND OPEN 
STAIRS (Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill Book Co. 
Made by Jam Handy Organization. 44 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. (Shopwork series) Correlated 
with Shopwork on the farm, by M. M. Jones. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 190ct53; 
JU7688. 

LEARN FROM ME (Filmstrip) Broadman 
Films. 21 fr., color, 35mm. Ansco color. 
Appl. author: Earl Waldrup. 
© Broadman Films; 15Sep52; JP2213. 

LEARNING TENNIS WITH DON BUDGE. 
Sherwood Armstrong. 13 min., si., b&w, 
16mni. (Learning sports, no. 4) 
© Sherwood Armstrong; 6Aug53; MU5572. 

LEARNING TO SHIFT AND STEER. Aetna 
Casualty and Surety Co. 5 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. (Drivotrainer film, no. 1) Produced 
in cooperation with the Board of Education of 
the City of New York. 

Credits: Author, Paul B. CuUen. 

© The Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 
24Feb53; MP3968. 

LEGION AT BAT. Columbia Pictures Corp. 
Produced in association with National 
Americanism Commission, the American 
Legion. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 26Mar53; 
MP4122. 

LET'S ASK NOSTRADAMUS. Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer. Released by Loew's. 10 min., sd., 
b&w, 35mm. (Prophecies of Nostradamus, 
no. 2) 
© Loew's Incorporated; llJun53; LP2872. 

LET'S CATCH REPTILES. Paul Harrison 
Film Productions. Released by Instructional 
Films. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

© Paul Harrison; 22Apr53 (in notice: 1949); 
MP3987. 

LET'S DO IT AGAIN. Columbia Pictures 
Corp. 95 min., sd., color, 35mm. A wide- 
screen production. Stereophonic sound. 
Based on a play by Arthur Richman. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; lJul53; 
LP2719. 



LET'S GET EXCITED ABOUT POWER 
STEERING (Filmstrip) Chevrolet Motor 
Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 
61 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 15Jul53; JU7561. 

LET'S TALK IT OVER (Filmstrip) National 
Consumer Finance Association. Made by 
Wilding Picture Productions. 82 fr., h)&w, 
35mm. 

© National Consumer Finance Association; 
llMay53; JP2200. 

LIFE CYCLE OF THE MUSCOVY DUCK. 
Paul Harrison Film Productions. Released 
by Instructional Films. 10 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

© Paul Harrison; 22Apr53 (in notice: 1949); 
MP3985. 

LIFE IN A GARDEN. American Museum of 
Natural History. Made by Roy Wilcox Pro- 
ductions. Released by McGraw-Hill Book 
Co. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Credits: Producer, Roy C. Wilcox. 
© Roy Wilcox Productions, inc.; lAug53; 
MP3891. 

LIFE IN AMERICA: NEW ENGLAND. SEE 
New England. 

LIFE IN AMERICA: THE GREAT PLAINS. 
SEE The Great Plains. 

LIFE IN AMERICA: THE MIDWEST. SEE 
The Midwest. 

LIFE IN AMERICA: THE NORTHEAST. SEE 
The Northeast. 

LIFE IN AMERICA: THE SOUTH. SEE The 
South. 

LIFE IN AMERICA: THE WEST. SEE The 
West. 

LIFE IN COLONIAL AMERICA (Filmstrip) 
Yale University Press Film Service. 40 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. (The pageant of America film- 
strips, no. 6) With teacher's guide, by 
WilUam H. Hartley. Correlated with The 
pageant of America, edited by R. H. Gabriel. 

© Yale University Press FiUn Service, 
inc.; 28Sep53; A107573. 

LIFE IN THE SAHARA. Encyclopaedia Bri- 
tannica Films in affiliation with Clifford J. 
Kamen Productions. 14 min., sd., color, 
16mm. Kodachrome. 

© Clifford J. Kamen Productions; 16Apr53; 
MP3747. 

LIFE, LIBERTY. AND ORRIN DOOLEY. SEE 
Your all-star theatre, no. 1. 

LIFE OF THE PARTY. SEE Your all-star 
theatre. 

THE LIFE STORY OF A WATERMOLD: 
ALLOMYCES. Phase Films. 12 min., sd., 
b&w, 16mm. With teacher's study guide. 
© Arthur T. Brice, d.b.a. Phase Films; 
23Nov53; MP4175. 

LIFT UP YOUR EYES. Broadman Films. 
15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Appl. author: Earl Waldrup. 

© Broadman Films; lApr53; MP3739. 
SEE ALSO White unto harvest. 

THE LION AND THE MOUSE. Coca-Cola Co. 
Made by Walter Lantz Productions. 1 reel, 
sd., color, 16mm. Technicolor. 

© Walter Lantz Productions, inc.; lAug53; 
LP3015. 

A LION IS IN THE STREETS. Cagney Produc- 
tions. Released by Warner Bros. Pictures. 
88 min.. sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. 
Based on the novel of the same title by Adria 
Locke Langley. 

© Cagney Productions, inc.; 26Sep53; 
LP2958. 



LITERATURE APPRECIATION: HOW TO 
READ PLAYS. Coronet Instructional Films. 
1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Appl. author: Ruth Strang. 
© John Smart; 17Jun53; MP3683. 

THE LITTLE ACORN THAT DIDN'T GROW. 
SEE Private secretary, no. 21. 

LITTLE BOO-PEEP. Paramount Pictures 
Corp. 1 reel, sd.. color, 35mm. (Casper 
carioon) 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 28Aug53; 
LP2909. 

THE LITTLE MENACE. Golden Circle Pro- 
ductions. 9 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Appl. author: George E. Janes. 

© Golden Circle Productions; 21Dec53; 
LU3018. 

LITTLE OSCAR'S MILLIONS. SEE Death 
Valley days, no. 317. 

LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD. Coca-Cola Co. 
Made by Walter Lantz Productions. 1 reel. 
sd., color. 16mm. Technicolor. 

© Walter Lantz Productions, inc.; lAug53; 
LP3022. 

LITTLE ROQUEFORT IN FRIDAY THE 13TH. 
Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth Century- 
Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35min. 
(Terrytoon cartoon) 
© Terrytoons, inc.; 8May53; LP2825. 

LITTLE ROQUEFORT IN MOUSE MENACE. 
Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth Century- 
Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. 
(Terrytoon cartoon) 
© Terrytoons, inc.; 3Jul53; LP2860. 

LITTLE ROQUEFORT IN RUNAWAY HOUSE. 
Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth Century- 
Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. 
(Terrytoon cartoon) 
© Terrytoons, inc.; 230ct53; LP3085. 

LITTLE WASHINGTON. SEE Death VaUey 
days, no. 320. 

THE LIVING DESERT. Walt Disney Produc- 
tions. 9 reels, sd., color, 35mm. (True-life 
adventure series) Technicolor. 

© Walt Disney Productions; 4Aug53; 
MP4049. 

LIVING INSURANCE. American Cancer 
Society. Made by Sturgis-Grant Productions. 
14 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 

© American Cancer Society, inc. (in notice: 
Idaho Division American Cancer Society); 
15Jun53; MP3949. 

LIVING LANGUAGE. SEE 
Deep meanings. 
Gambling. 

Out of the cannon's mouth. 
The wagon tongue. 

LIVING ON A FARM. SEE The country com- 
munity. 

THE LIVING WORD (Filmstrip) Westminster 
Press. 170 fr., color, 35mm. and 4 discs 
(2 s. each), 12 in., 78 rpm, 31 min. With 
projectionist cue sheet and utilization guide. 

Appl. author: The Presbyterian Board of 
Christian Education. 

© W. L. Jenkins; 8Jan53; MP3669. 

LOCOMOTIVE. SEE Big town, no. 1. 

LOG ROLLERS. SEE Heckle and Jeckle. the 
talking magpies, in Log rollers. 

LONDON TOWN. SEE My heart goes crazy. 

LONE RANGER SERIES. Lone Ranger, inc. 
Made by Jack Chertok Productions. 3 reels 
each, sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George 
W. Trendle. © The Lone Ranger, inc. 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 



104 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



July-Dec. 



LONE RANGER SERIES. Cont'd. 

112. Embezzlers' harvest. © 30Apr53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2723. 

113. El Toro. © 7May53 (in notice: 1952); 
LP2720. 

114. The brown pony. © 14May53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2754. 

115. Triple cross. © 21May53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2779. 

116. The wake of war. © 28May53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2820. 

117. Death in the -forest. © 4Jun53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2835. 

[118] The gentleman from Julesburg. 
© llJun53 (in notice: 1952); LP2836. 

119. Hidden fortune. © 18Jun53; LP2854. 

120. The old cowboy. © 25Jun53; LP2867. 

121. The woman from Omaha. © 2Jul53; 
LP2866. 

122. Gunpowder Joe. © 9Jul53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2907. 

123. The midnight rider. © 16Jul53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2943. 

124. Stage to Estacado. © 23Jul53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2948. 

125. The perfect crime. © 30Jul53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2952. 

126. The ghost of Coyote Canyon. © 6Aug53 
(in notice: 1952); LP2953. 

127. Old Bailey. © 13Aug53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2976. 

128. Prisoner in jeopardy. © 20Aug53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2977. 

129. Diamond in the rough. © 27Aug53; 
LP3014. 

130. The red mark. © 3Sep53; LP3013. 

LOOK FOR TOMORROW. SEE Your all-star 
theatre. 

LOOK WHO'S TALKING. Pontiac Motor Divi- 
sion. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 
1 reel, b&w, 35mm. 

© The Jam Handy Organization, inc.; 
23Sep53; MU5588. 

LOOKING AT LIFE. Vitaphone Corp. 20 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. A Warner Bros, short sub- 
ject. 
© The Vitaphone Corp.; 4Aug53; MP3757. 

LOONEY TUNE CARTOON. Motion pictures 
in this series, © Vitaphone Corp., are 
entered separately under their respective 
titles. 

THE LORD PROVIDES. SEE The sun shines 
bright. LP2708. 

LOST IN OUTER SPACE. SEE Commando 
Cody, no. 11. 

THE LOST MINE. SEE Bobo the hobo and his 
traveling troupe in The lost mine. 

THE LOST PLANET. Columbia Pictures 
Corp., 1953. 2 reels each, sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Credits: Producer, Sam Katzman; director, 
Spencer G. Bennet; story and screenplay, 
Arthur Hoerl, George H. Plympton; music 
director, Ross DiMaggio; film editor. Earl 
Turner. © Columbia Pictures Corp. 

8. Astray in space. © 25Jun53; LP2700. 

9. The hypnotic ray machine. © 2Jul53; 
LP2701. 

10. To free the planet people. © 9Jul53; 
LP2724. 

11. Dr. Grood defies gravity. © 16Jul53; 
LP2776. 

12. Trapped in a cosmo jet. © 23Jul53; 
LP2850. 

13. The invisible enemy. © 30Jul53; 
LP2781. 

14. In the grip of the de-thermo ray. 
© 6Aug53; LP2792. 

15. Sentenced to Space. © 13Aug53; LP2862. 

THE LOST SPACE SHIP. SEE Bobo the hobo 
and his traveling troupe in The lost space 
ship. 

LOUISIANA TERRITORY. RKO-Pathe. 
65 min., sd., color, 35mm. Pathe color. 



Credits: Producers, Jay Bonafield, 
Douglas Travers; director and photographer, 
Harry W. Smith; original screenplay, Jerome 
Brondfield. 

© RKO-Pathe, inc.; 70ct53; MP3996. 

LOVE'S A POPPIN'. Columbia Pictures Corp. 
2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 21Jul53; 
LP2758. 

LUGANO, SWITZERLAND, Centron Corp. 
Released by Young America Films. 12 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. With teacher's guide. 

Crfedits: Producer, Arthur H. Wolf. 

© Centron Corp., inc.; lNov53; MP4066, 



M 



THE MACHINE MAKER. Encyclopaedia Bri- 
tannica Films. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Second ed. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
17Jul53 (in notice: 1952); MP4008. 

THE MACHINE THAT COULD PLOT CRIMES. 
SEE Adventures of Superman. 

MADAME 44. SEE Your all-star theatre, 
no. 23. 

MADRID. International Film Bureau. 10 min., 
sd., color, 16mm. (Spanish language film, 
no. 3) Kodachrome. 

Appl. author: Wesley H. Greene. 

Appl. title: Spanish film reader series: 
Madrid. 

© International Film Bureau, inc.; 20Feb53 
(in notice: 1952); MP4120. 

MAGIC ON THE HUDSON. SEE Bobo the hobo 
and his traveling troupe in Magic on the 
Hudson. 

THE MAGNETIC MONSTER. A-Men Produc- 
tions. Released by United Artists Corp. 
75 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© A-Men Productions, inc.; llMay53; 
LP2699. 

MAGNETISM AND ELECTRICITY (Filmstrip) 
Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, inc. 
96 fr., b&w, 35mm. (A master technicians 
film, no. 69) 
© Chrysler Corp,; 7Aug53; JP2229. 

MAGOO'S MASTERPIECE. United Produc- 
tions of America. Released by Columbia 
Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. 
(The near-sighted Mr. Magoo) 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 30Jul53; 
LP3058. 

THE MAID AND THE MONSTER. SEE Bobo 
the hobo and his traveling troupe in The maid 
and the monster. 

THE MAIN BOUT IS MURDER. SEE Man 
against crime, Nov. 15, 1953. 

MAIN STREET TO BROADWAY. Cinema 
Productions. Released by Loew's. 101 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Cinema Productions, inc.; 15Jun53; 
LP2764. 

THE MAJESTIC HUDSON. Frank Joseph 
Graziano. 4 min., 8mm. 

© Frank Joseph Graziano; 290ct53; 
MU5597. 

MAKE WAY FOR THE QUEEN. March of 
Time. 28 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
© Time, inc.; 20May53; MP3946. 

MALAYA INCIDENT. SEE Your all-star 
theatre. 

MAN AGAINST CRIME. R. J. Reynolds 
Tobacco Co. Made by Pathescope Produc- 
tions. 3 reels each, sd., b&w, 16mm. 
© R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. 

Apr. 29, 1953. © 29Apr53; LP2772. 



May 20, 1953. The day man. © 20May53; 

LP2753. 
May 27, 1953. Hot fur. © 27May53; LP2752. 
June 10, 1953. The doll bandit. © 10Jun53; 

LP2819. 
June 17, 1953. The Washington story. 

© 17Jun53; LP2771. 
June 24, 1953. Black leg and white tie. 

© 24Jun53; LP2944. 
July 1, 1953. Fraternity of five. © 3Jul53; 

LP2858. 
July 17, 1953. Death on the diamond. 

© 17Jul53; LP2851. 
July 24, 1953. The polecat shakedown. 

© 24Jul53; LP2852. 
Aug. 7, 1953. Hide and seek. © 7Aug53; 

LP3041. 
Aug. 14, 1953. Wire tappers. © 14Aug53; 

LP3039. 
Aug. 28, 1953. The missing cadet. 

© 28Aug53; LP3040. 
Oct. 18, 1953. Death wears lead shoes. 

© 180ct53; LP3037. 
Nov. 8, 1953. Murder in the rough, 

© 8Nov53; LP3095. 
Nov. 15, 1953. The main bout is murder. 

© 15Nov53; LP3105. 
Nov. 22, 1953. Thirty dimes. © 22Nov53; 

LP3094. 
Nov. 29, 1953. The cube root of evil. 

© 29Nov53; LP3104. 

THE MAN FROM THE ALAMO. Universal 
Pictures Co. 79 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
A Universal-International picture. Techni- 
color. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 8May53; 
LP2848. 

MAN IN HIDING. Released by Alexander Pool 
Films, London. United Artists Corp. 
79 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the 
novel Queen in danger, by EUeston Trevor. 
© United Artists Corp.; 5Nov53; LP3083. 

MAN IN THE DARK. Columbia Pictures Corp. 
8 reels, sd., sepia, 35mm. A three- 
dimensional film. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; lApr53; 
LP2757. 

THE MAN IN THE LEAD MASK. SEE Adven- 
tures of Superman. 

THE MAN THEY ASK FOR (Filmstrip) Buick 
Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organ- 
ization. 116 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

© Buick Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 14Sep53; JU7660. 

MAN WITH A THOUSAND HANDS. Inter- 
national Harvester Co. 5 reels, color, 
16mm. Kodachrome. 

© International Harvester Co.; 22Sep53; 
MU5586. 

A MAN'S LIFE (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. 
Made by Ross Roy, inc. 87 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
© Chrysler Corp.; 23Sep53; JP2295. 

MARCH OF TIME TELEVISION SHOW. SEE 
The air age. 

MARCIANO-WALCOTT FIGHT. SEE Rocky 
Marciano, champion, vs. Jersey Joe Walcott, 
challenger. 

MARGIN FOR FEAR. SEE Your all-star 
theatre, no. 21. 

MARRY ME AGAIN. RKO Radio Pictures. 
73 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Credits: Producer and author of story, 
Alex Gottlieb; director and author of screen- 
play, Frank Tashlin. 

© RKO Radio Pictures, inc.; 23Sep53; 
LP3010. 

MARRY MY PAST. SEE Big town, no. 9. 

THE MARSHAL'S DAUGHTER. Ken Murray 
Productions. Released by United Artists 
Corp. 71 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Ken Murray Productions; 21May53; 
LP3005. 



1953 



MOTION PICTURES AND FILMSTRIPS 



105 



THE MASTER OF BALLANTRAE. Warner 
Bros. Pictures. 89 min., sd., color, 35inin. 
Technicolor. Based on the novel of the same 
title by Robert Louis Stevenson. 

© Warner Bros. Pictures, inc.; 20Jun53 
(in notice: 1952); LP2759. 

A MATTER OF IMPORTANCE. Chevrolet 
Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organ- 
ization. 2 reels, b&w, 35mm. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 14Sep53; MU5577. 

A MATTER OF MANAGEMENT. Chevrolet 
Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organ- 
ization. 3 reels, b&w, 35mm. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 14Sep53; MU5580. 

THE MAZE. Allied Artists Productions. Re- 
leased by Monogram Pictures Corp. 81 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. A three-dimensional film. 
Based on a novel by Maurice Sandoz. 

© Monogram Pictures Corp.; 6Jul53; 
LP2740. 

THE MEANING OF ADOLESCENCE. McGraw- 
Hill Book Co. Made by Crawley Films. 
16 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Adolescent 
development series) Correlated with the 
text Adolescent development, by Elizabeth 
Hurlock. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 26Aug53; 
MP3938. 

MEANING OF ADOLESCENCE (Filmstrip) 
McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by Crawley 
Films. 34 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Adolescent 
development series) Based on the motion 
picture of the same title. Correlated with 
Adolescent development, by Elizabeth B. 
Hurlock. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 26Aug53; 
JP2311. 

THE MEANING OF ELECTIONS. Coronet 
Instructional Films. 10 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Appl. author: C. W. Hunnicutt. 

© John Smart; 29Jun53; MP3682. 

MEANING OF PLUS AND MINUS. Encyclo- 
paedia Britannica Films. 10 min., sd., 
color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
25Jun53; MP4005. 

MEASUREMENT OF THE SPEED OF LIGHT. 
McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by Audio Pro- 
ductions. 8 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (College 
physics series) Produced with the coopera- 
tion of the Visual Aids Committee of the 
American Association of Physics Teachers. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 30Dec52; 
MP3909. 

MEETING THE NEEDS OF ADOLESCENTS. 
McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by Crawley 
Films. 19 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Adoles- 
cent development series) Correlated with 
the text Adolescent development, by 
Elizabeth Hurlock. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 26Aug53; 
MP3942. 

MEETING THE NEEDS OF ADOLESCENTS 
(Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by 
Crawley Films. 34 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Ado- 
lescent development series) Based on the 
motion picture of the same title. Correlated 
with Adolescent development, by Elizabeth 
B. Hurlock. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 26Aug53; 
JP2314. 

MEL ALLEN'S SPORT SHOW. Motion pictures 
in this series, © Twentieth Century-Fox Film 
Corp., are entered separately under their 
respective titles. 

MELODY IN F FLAT. SEE City detective. 

MERCURY-DODGE, A COMPARISON STORY 
OF TWO CARS (Filmstrip) Lincoln- 
Mercury Sales Council of the Ford Motor 



Co. Made by Analyses, inc. 75 fr., b&w, 
35mm. (Lincoln-Mercury sales roundtable, 
no. 11 B) 

© Ford Motor Co.; 21Apr53 (in notice: 
1952); JP2169. 

MERRIE MELODIES CARTOON. Motion 
pictures in this series, © Vitaphone Corp., 
are entered separately under their respec- 
tive titles. 

MEXICAN MANHUNT. Allied Artists Produc- 
tions. Released by Monogram Pictures 
Corp. 71 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Monogram Pictures Corp.; 30Aug53; 
LP2929. 

MEXICO (Filmstrip) Life. Made by Training 
Films. 64 fr., b&w, 35mm. Based on photo- 
graphic reports and articles which have 
appeared in Life magazine. 
© Time, inc.; 22Apr53; A101536. 

MIAMI. SEE Private secretary, no. 19. 

MICKEY'S BIG CHANCE. AAA Foundation for 
Traffic Safety. Made by Frederick K. 
Rockett Co. 17 min., sd., color, 16mm. 
Kodachrome. 

© AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety; 
lJan53 (in notice: 1952); LP2786. 

MICROSCOPIC WONDERS IN WATER. Pat 
Dowling Pictures. 10 min., sd., color, 
16nun. Kodachrome. 
Appl. author: Thomas James Stanton. 
© Pat Dowling Pictures; lDec53; MP4094. 

THE MIDNIGHT RIDER. SEE Lone Ranger 
series, no. 123. 

THE MIDWEST (Filmstrip) Informative 
Classroom Picture Publishers. 74 fr., b&w, 
35mm. Correlated with the textbook and the 
picture portfolio by Walter Havighurst 
entitled Life in America: the Midwest. 
© Raymond E. Fideler and Nancy B. 
Fideler, d.b.a. Informative Classroom Pic- 
ture Publishers; 22Jun53; JP2345. 

MIGHTY MOUSE IN SPARE THE ROD. Terry- 
toons. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. 
(Terrytoon cartoon) 
© Terrytoons, inc.; 18Sep53; LP3088. 

MIGHTY MOUSE IN WHEN MOUSEHOOD WAS 
IN FLOWER. Terrytoons. Released by 
Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, 
sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon cartoon) 
© Terrytoons, inc.; 21May53; LP3026. 

THE MILLION DOLLAR COFFIN. LP2710. 
SEE Mr. and Mrs. North, no. 39. 

MIMSEL'S MAN. SEE The Ethel Barrymore 
theater. 

THE MIND MACHINE. SEE Adventures of 
Superman. 

MIND YOUR P'S AND Q'S (Filmstrip) Olds- 
mobile Division. Made by Jam Handy 
Organization. 93 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

© Oldsmobile Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 190ct53; JU7696. 

MIRACLE. Bob Jones University. 26 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. Filmed in the Unusual 
Films Studio of the Bob Jones University. 
© Bob Jones University; 24May53; LP2721. 

MIRACLE OF LIFE. SEE John Kieran's 
kaleidoscope, no. 38. 

MIRACLE OF MOSS. SEE John Kieran's 
kaleidoscope, no. 92. 

THE MISSING CADET. SEE Man against 
crime, Aug. 28, 1953. 

MISSION OVER KOREA. Columbia Pictures 
Corp. 86 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 5Aug53; 
LP2830. 



MR. AND MRS. NORTH. Federal Telefilms. 
3 reels each, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on the 
original characters created by Richard and 
Frances Lockridge. © John W. Loveton. 

38. June 19, 1953. Murder on the midway. 
© 19Jun53; LP27U. 

39. June 26, 1953. The million dollar coffin. 
© 26Jun53; LP2710. 

MR. LORD SAYS "NO." London Independent 
Producers. Released in the U. S. by Sou- 
vaine Selective Pictures. 10 reels, sd., b&w, 
3 5 nam. Based on the play The happy family, 
by Michael Clayton Hutton. 

© London Independent Producers; 31Dec50 
(in notice: 1951); LP278B. 

MR. POTTS GOES TO MOSCOW. Associated 
British Picture Corp., London. Released in 
the U. S. by Stratford Pictures Corp. 
93 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Released in 
England under the title Top secret. 

© Stratford Pictures Corp.; llJun53; 
LP2738. 

MISTER SCOUTMASTER. Twentieth Century- 
Fox Film Corp. 87 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
Based on a book by Rice E. Cochran [pseud.] 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
15Aug53; LP3003. 



THE MOB FROM MASSAC, 
shines bright. 



SEE The sun 



THE MOCK AIR RAID. City of Madison, 111. 
1000 ft. 
Appl. author: Harry R. Johnson. 
© City of Madison; 50ct53; MU5595. 

MODERN GROWS UP (Filmstrip) National 
Retail Furniture Association. Made by 
Vogue Wright Studios. 76 fr., color, 35mm. 
Ansco color. 

© National Retail Furniture Association; 
lAug53; JP2279. 

MODERN MERCHANDISING: SELLING BY 
SUGGESTION (Filmstrip) Dearborn Motors 
Corp. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 
79 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

© Dearborn Motors Corp.; 190ct53; 
JU7886. 

THE MOHAMMEDAN WORLD: BEGINNINGS 
AND GROWTH. Coronet Instructional Films. 
11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Credits: Educational collaborator, I. James 
Quillen. 

© John Smart; 21Jul53; MP3874. 

THE MONKEY MYSTERY. SEE Adventures of 
Superman. 

THE MOON IS BLUE. Holmby Productions. 
Released by United Artists Corp. 10 reels, 
sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the play of the 
same title by F. Hugh Herbert. 

© Holmby Productions, inc.; 22Jun53; 
LP2782. 

THE MOONLIGHTER. J. B. Productions. 
Released by Warner Bros. Pictures. 77 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. A three-dimensional film. 
Natural Vision. 
© J. B. Productions, inc.; 18Sep53; LP2911. 

MORMON TRAIL. SEE Western pioneer 
trails, no. 2. 

MORNING LIGHT. Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. (Mel 
Allen's sport show) 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
60ct53; MP4028. 

MOSS ROSE. SEE Big town, no. 18. 

MOTHER HEN'S FAMILY: THE WONDER OF 
BIRTH. Coronet Instructional Films. 
11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Credits: Educational collaborator, 
E. DeAlton Partridge. 

© John Smart; 5Nov53; MP4099. 



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July-Dec. 



MOTION PICTURES (Filmstrip) Key Produc- 
tions. Released by Young America Films. 
47 fr., b&w, 35inm. (Mass communications 
series) Produced in cooperation with the 
Motion Picture Association of America. 
© Key Productions, inc.; 15Sep53; JP2287. 

THE MOUNTAIN MOVERS. National Film 
Board of Canada, Ottawa. Released in the 
U. S. by RKO-Pathe. 10 min., sd., b&w, 
35mm. (Screenliner) 

Credits: Producer, Nicholas Balla; 
director and writer,. Donald Weyman. 
© RKO-Pathe, inc.; 19Feb53; MP3999. 

THE MOUSE AND THE LION. Universal 
Pictures Co. 6 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
(Walter Lantz foolish fable cartune) A Uni- 
versal-International picture. Technicolor. 

© Universal International; 26Jun53; 
MP3790. , 

MOUSE MENACE. SEE Little Roquefort in 
Mouse menace. 

THE MOVERS. SEE Topper, no. T102. 

MOVIETONE NEWS. Movietonews. Released 
by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel 
each, sd., b&w, 35mm. © Movietonews, inc. 

Volume 36. 

48. © 10Jun53; MP3716. 

49. © 12Jun53; MP3717. 

50. © 16Jun53; MP3718. 

51. © 19Jun53; MP3719. 

52. © 23Jun53; MP3720. 

53. © 26Jun53; MP3721. 

54. © 30Jun53; MP3722. 

55. © 3Jul53; MP3824 

56. © 7Jul53; MP3825. 

57. © 10Jul53; MP3826. 

58. © 14Jul53; MP3827. 

59. © 17Jul53; MP3828. 

60. © 21Jul53; MP3829. 

61. © 24Jul53; MP3830. 

62. © 28Jul53; MP3831. 

63. © 31Jul53; MP3832. 

64. © 4Aug53; MP3833. 

65. © 7Aug53; MP3893. 

66. © llAug53; MP3894. 

67. © 14Aug53; MP3895. 

68. © 18Aug53; MP3896. 

69. © 21Aug53; MP3897. 

71. © 28Aug53; MP3950. 

72. © lSep53; MP3951. 

73. © 4Sep53; MP3959. 

74. © 8Sep53; MP3958. 

75. © llSep53; MP3957. 

76. © 15Sep53; MP3956. 

77. © 18Sep53; MP3955. 

78. © 22Sep53; MP3954. 

79. © 25Sep53; MP3953. 

80. © 29Sep53; MP3952. 

81. © 20ct53; MP4039. 

82. © 60ct53; MP4038. 

83. © 90ct53; MP4037. 

84. © 130ct53; MP4036. 

85. © 160ct53; MP4035. 

86. © 20Oct53; MP4034. 

87. © 230ct53; MP4054. 

88. © 270ct53; MP4055. 

89. © 30Oct53; MP4056. 

90. © 4Nov53; MP4057. 

91. © 6Nov53; MP4058. 

92. © 10Nov53; MP4059. 

93. © 13Nov53; MP4060. 

MURDER IN THE ROUGH. SEE Man against 
crime, Nov. 8, 1953. 

MURDER ON THE MAIN DECK. SEE The 
great adventures of Captain Kidd, no. 6. 

MURDER ON THE MIDWAY. LP2711. SEE 
Mr. and Mrs. North, no. 38. 

MURDER WITHOUT TEARS. Allied Artists 
Productions. Released by Monogram Pic- 
tures Corp. 64 min., sd., b&w, 35mni. 
Based on the original story Double jeopardy, 
by Jo Pagano. 

© Monogram Pictures Corp.; 14Jun53; 
LP2702. 



MUSIC: CAREER OR HOBBY? Coronet 
Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Appl. author: Frank S. Endicott. 

© John Smart; 9Sep53; MP3929. 

MUTINY ON THE ADVENTURE GALLEY. 
SEE The great adventures of Captain Kidd, 
no. 5. 

MY DAUGHTER'S HUSBAND. SEE Your aU- 
star theatre, no. 24. 

MY HEART GOES CRAZY. Wesley Ruggles 
Productions, London. Released by Inter- 
national Film Corp. and distributed in the 
U. S. by United Artists Corp. 70 min., sd., 
color, 35niin. Technicolor. Released in 
England in 1946 under the title London Town. 

© International Film Corp.; 12Jun53; 
LP2895. 

MYSTERY IN WAX. SEE Adventures of 
Superman. 

MYSTERY OF THE BROKEN STATUES. SEE 
Adventures of Superman. 



NATIONAL HONEYMOON. SEE Your all-star 
theatre, no. 3. 

THE NATIONAL PARK RANGERS. Wayne 
Mitchell. 18 min., sd., color, 16mm. Koda- 
chrome. An Alpine production produced with 
the cooperation of the Rangers of Sequoia 
National Park. 
© Wayne Mitchell; lOct53; MU5591. 

NATIONAL PARK TOUR— YELLOWSTONE. 
SEE Sightseeing with the Swayzes through 
vacationland America, no. 7. 

THE NATURE OF HEAT. Coronet Instruc- 
tional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Appl. author: Marvin Camras. 
© John Smart; 29Sep53; MP3925. 

NATURE'S PLAN. Conservation Foundation 
in association with the New York Zoological 
Society. Released by Encyclopaedia Britan- 
nica Films. 14 min., sd., color, 16mm. 
(The living water series, no. 1) Kodachrome. 

© The New York Zoological Society; 
16Mar53 (in notice: 1952); MP3748. 

THE NEANDERTHAL MAN. Global Produc- 
tions. Released by United Artists Corp. 
78 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Global Productions, inc.; 22Jun53; 
LP2730. 

THE NEAR-SIGHTED MR. MAGOO. Motion 
pictures in this series, © Columbia Pictures 
Corp., are entered separately under their 
respective titles. 

THE NEBRASKAN. Columbia Pictures Corp. 
68 min., sd., color, 35nnm. A three- 
dimensional film. Technicolor. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; lDec53; 
LP3081. 

NET BALL LEADING INTO VOLLEYBALL 
(Filmstrip) Portia Wagenet. 43 fr., b&w, 
35mm. 
© Portia Wagenet; 25Sep53; JP2283. 

THE NEW ALL WEATHER PERMALUBE — 
SAE 5W-20 (Filmstrip) Standard Oil Co. 
Made by Kling Studios. 100 fr., color, 35mm. 
Eastman color. 

Appl. title: All weather Permalube— SAE 
5W-20. 

© Standard Oil Co. (Indiana); 160ct53; 
JU7702. 

NEW DOORWAYS TO LEARNING. Cathedral 
Films. 19 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Credits: Author, Arthur Horman. 
© Cathedral Films, inc.; 27May53; LP2930. 



NEW ENGLAND (Filmstrip) Informative 
Classroom Picture Publishers. 62 fr., b&w, 
35mm. Correlated with the textbook and the 
picture portfolio by Robert P. Tristram 
Coffin entitled Life in America: New Eng- 
land. 

© Raymond E. Fideler and Nancy B. 
Fideler, d.b.a. Informative Classroom Pic- 
ture Publishers; 22Jun53; JP2348. 

NEW ENGLAND TOUR: BOSTON. SEE Sight- 
seeing with the Swayzes through vacationland 
America, no. 13. 

THE NEW FIRE ENGINE; COUNTRY COOP- 
ERATION. SEE The country community. 

NEW FUTURES IN USED CARS (Filmstrip) 
Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam 
Handy Organization. 49 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
(Used car selling series, no. 1) 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 14Sep53; JU7669. 

THE NEW INDUSTRIAL SOUTH: A PROGRESS 
REPORT. March of Time. 28 min., sd., 
b&w, 16mm. 
© Time, inc.; 13May53; MP3947. 

THE NEW JOB. SEE The Alan Young show. 

A NEW MEASURE OF SELLING EFFECTIVE- 
NESS (Filmstrip) Zenith Radio Corp. Made 
by George Reuter Organization in association 
with Vogue Wright Studios. 91 fr., b&w, 
35mm. 
© Zenith Radio Corp.; lJul53; JP2162. 

THE NEW NEIGHBOR. Walt Disney Produc- 
tions. Released by RKO Radio Pictures. 
1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Donald Duck 
cartoon) Technicolor. 

© Walt Disney Productions; 2Jun53; 
LP2964. 

NEW ORLEANS. SEE Sightseeing with the 
Swayzes through vacationland America, 
no. 4. 

NEW WORLDS IN MOTION. Chrysler Corp. 
Made by Wilding Picture Productions, 
min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 
© Chrysler Corp.; 15Sep53; MP4050. 

NEW YORK CITY, 1653-1953 (Filmstrip) 
Popular Science Pub. Co. 52 fr., color, 
35nim. Ansco color. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 280ct53; 
JP2370. 

NEWS OF THE DAY. Hearst Metrotone News. 
1 reel each, sd., b&w, 35mm. © Hearst 
Metrotone News, inc. 



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259. © 

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284. © 

285. © 



24. 

13Mar53; 
17Mar53; 
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MP3758. 
MP3759. 
MP3760. 



24Mar53; MP3761. 
27Mar53; MP3762. 
31Mar53; MP3763. 
3Apr53; MP3764. 
7Apr53; MP3765. 
10Apr53; MP3766. 
14Apr53; MP3767. 
17Apr53; MP3768. 
21Apr53; MP3769. 
24Apr53; MP3783. 
28Apr53; MP3770. 
lMay53; MP3771. 
4May53; MP3772. 
8May53; MP3793. 
12May53; MP3794. 
15May53; MP3795. 
19May53; MP3796. 
22May53; MP3797. 
26May53; MP3798. 
29May53; MP3799. 
2Jun53; MP3800. 
4Jun53; MP3801. 
9Jun53; MP3802. 
12Jun53; MP3841. 
16Jun53; MP3842. 
18Jun53; MP3843. 
23Jun53; MP3844. 



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© 31Jul53; 
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MP3845. 

MP3846. 
MP3847. 
MP3858. 
; MP3859. 
; MP3860. 
; MP3861. 

MP3862. 

MP3863. 

MP3864. 

MP3865. 

MP3866. 

MP3867. 
; MP3868. 
; MP3869. 



NEWSPAPERS (Filmstrip) Key Productions. 
Released by Young America Films. 49 fr., 
b&w, 35inm. (Mass communications series) 
Produced in cooperation with the New York 
herald tribune. 
© Key Productions, inc.; 15Sep53; JP2286. 

A NIGHT IN HOLLYWOOD. Broadway Road- 
shows. 6 reels, sd., b&w with color 
sequences, 35mm. 
© Broadway Roadshows; 22Sep53; LP2926. 



A NIGHT OF TERROR. 
Superman. 



SEE Adventures of 



NIGHT STRIKE. E. I. Du Pont de Nemours. 
Made by Sovereign Productions. 3 reels, 
sd., b&w, 16mm. (The cavalcade of Amer- 
ica) 

© E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., inc.; 
29Apr53; LP2955. 

NIGHT WITHOUT STARS. Europa Films, 
London. Released in the U. S. by RKO Radio 
Pictures. 73 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based 
on a novel by Winston Graham. 

Credits: Producer, Hugh Stewart; director, 
Anthony Pelissier; screenplay, Winston 
Graham. 

© Sol Lesser Productions, inc.; 31Dec52; 
LP2749. 

NIGHTMARE TYPHOON. SEE Commando 
Cody, no. 4. 

1954 DE SOTO, ENGINEERED FOR YOU 
(Filmstrip) De Soto Division. Made by Ross 
Roy, inc. 73 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

Appl. title: Engineered for you. 

© Chrysler Corp., De Soto Division; 
25Nov53; JP2385. 

THE 1954 DODGE ENGINEERING STORY 
(Filmstrip) Dodge Division. Made by Ross 
Roy, inc. 87 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
© Chrysler Corp.; 50ct53; JP2336. 

1953 COMPARISON FACTS, CHEVROLET VS. 
FORD (Filmstrip) Chevrolet Motor Divi- 
sion. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 
3 filmstrips in 1 roll, b&w, 35mm. Part 1, 
57 fr.; pt. 2, 59 fr.; pt. 3, 64 fr. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 27Jul53; JU7589. 

THE 1953 DODGE CORONET EIGHT VS. THE 
1953 MERCURY MONTEREY (Filmstrip) 
Dodge Division. Made by Ross Roy, inc. 
89 fr.. b&w, 35mm. 
© Chrysler Corp.; 6Jul53; JP2219. 

99 RIVER STREET. World Films. Released 
by United Artists Corp. 82 min., sd., b&w, 
35mm. 
© World Films, inc.; llSep53; LP2933. 

NO COMPROMISE. SEE Schlitz playhouse of 
stars. 

NO ESCAPE. Matthugh Productions. Re- 
leased by United Artists Corp. 75 min., sd., 
b&w, 35min. 

© Matthugh Productions, inc.; 5Jul53; 
LP2762. 



NO HOLD BARRED. 
Superman. 



SEE Adventures of 



NO PLACE LIKE ROME. Paramount Pictures 
Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Kartune) 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 31Jul53- 
LP2787. 

NO WAY HOME. Golden Circle Productions. 
4 reels. 

Appl. author: George E. Janes. 

© Golden Circle Productions; 29Dec53; 
LU3020. 

NORMAN CONQUEST. Eros Films, London. 
Released in the U. S. by Lippert Pictures. 
8 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the 
novel Daredevil Conquest, by Berkeley Gray 
(pseud, of Edwy Searles Brooks) 
© Eros Films, ltd.; 15Sep53; LP2905. 

THE NORTHEAST (Filmstrip) Informative 
Classroom Picture Publishers. 64 fr., b&w, 
35mm. Correlated with the textbook and the 
picture portfolio by Walter Havighurst 
entitled Life in America: the Northeast. 

© Raymond E. Fideler and Nancy B. 
Fideler, d.b.a. Informative Classroom Pic- 
ture Publishers; 22Jun53; JP2347. 

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA TOUR (SAN FRAN- 
CISCO) MP3700. SEE Sightseeing with the 
Swayzes through vacationland America, 
no. 3. 

NORTHERN PATROL. Allied Artists Produc- 
tions. Released by Monogram Pictures 
Corp. 63 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on 
a story by James Oliver Curwood. 

© Allied Artists Productions; 12Jul53; 
LP2959. 

NOVELTOON CARTOON. Motion pictures in 
this series, © Paramount Pictures Corp., 
are entered separately under their respec- 
tive titles. 

THE NUMBER SYSTEM. Encyclopaedia 
Britannica Films. 12 min., sd., color, 
16mm. Kodachrome. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
28May53 (in notice: 1952); MP4016. 

THE NUTCRACKER (Filmstrip) Jam Handy 
Organization. 32 fr., color, 35mm. (Music 
stories, no. 3) Ansco color. 

© Edward Kozak, Frances Boddy; 25Aug53; 
JP2298. 



OFFICE COURTESY: MEETING THE PUBLIC. 
Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
17Jul53; MP4053. 

OFFICE TEAMWORK. Encyclopaedia Britan- 
nica Films. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
17Jul53; MP4018. 

OLD BAILEY. SEE Lone Ranger series, 
no. 127. 

THE OLD COWBOY. SEE Lone Ranger series, 
no. 120. 

OLD MAN'S BRIDE. SEE Your all-star 
theatre, no. 20. 

OLD OREGON TRAIL. SEE Western pioneer 
trails, no. 1. 

OLDSMOBILE DEMONSTRATION RIDE. Olds- 
mobile Division. 2 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Appl. author: D. P. Brother & Co. 

© General Motors Corp. (Oldsmobile Divi- 
sion); 8Jun53; MU5564. 

OMAHA, RAIL METROPOLIS OF THE 
PLAINS. March of Time. 29 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 
© Time, inc.; lApr53; MP3692. 

OPEN HOUSE (Filmstrip) National Consumer 
Finance Association. Made by Wilding Pic- 
ture Productions. 89 fr., b&w, 35mm. 



© National Consumer Finance Association. 
llMay53; JP2202. 
SEE ALSO Terry Bears in Open house. 

OPERATION HOME TOWN (Filmstrip) 
National Consumer Finance Association. 
Made by Wilding Picture Productions. 85 fr. 
b&w, 35mm. 

© National Consumer Finance Association; 
llMay53; JP2205. 

OPPORTUNITY AMERICA. Jefferson Mills. 
Made by Charles D. Beeland Co. 29 min., 
sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 

© The Jefferson Mills, inc.; 26Jun53 (in 
notice: 1952); MP3935. 



ORCHIDS, 
no. 25. 



SEE How does your garden grow. 



ORGANIZING DISCUSSION GROUPS. Encyclo- 
paedia Britannica Films. 21 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
12Mar53 (in notice: 1952); MP4022. 

AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION (Filmstrip) 
National Consumer Finance Association. 
Made by Wilding Picture Productions. 
83 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

© National Consumer Finance Association; 
llMay53; JP2197. 

OUR BIG, ROUND WORLD. Coronet Instruc- 
tional Films. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
(Concepts for geography) 

Credits: Educational collaborator, Zoe A. 
Thralls. 

© John Smart; 30Oct53; MP4042. 

OUR CHANGING WORLD. John Ott Pictures. 
30 min., sd., color, 16mm. 
© John Ott Pictures, inc.; 4Jan50; MP3820. 

OUR COUNTRY'S SONG. Coronet Instruc- 
tional Films. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Appl. author: Ralph C. Preston. 
© John Smart; 29Jun53; MP3685. 

OUR FELLOW CITIZENS — THE HAWAIIANS 
(Filmstrip) Popular Science Pub. Co. 50 fr., 
color, 35mm. Ansco color. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 28Sep53; 
JP2415. 

OUR PROTESTANT HERITAGE (Filmstrip) 
Christian Education Press. 64 fr., color, 
35mm. Ansco color. 

Appl. author; Oscar J. Rumpf. 

© The Christian Education Press; lJul53; 
JP2189. 

OUR UNDERWATER DEFENSE (Filmstrip) 
Life. Made by Training Films. 60 fr., b&w, 
35mm. Based on photographic report by 
J. R. Eyerman which appeared in Life, 
Dec. 10, 1951. 
© Time, inc.; 290ct52; A100740. 

OUR U. S. FLAG. Dettra Flag Co. Made by 
DeFrenes Co. 1 reel, sd., color, 16mm. 
Kodachrome. 
© Dettra Flag Co., inc.; 30Nov53; MP4174. 

OUT OF DARKNESS. General Electric Co. 
Made by March of Time. 26 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 
Appl. author: Time, inc. 
© General Electric Co.; lMay53; LP2975. 

OUT OF THE CANNON'S MOUTH. March of 
Time. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Our living 
language, no. 2) 
© Time, inc.; lAug53; MP4181. 

OUT WEST IN HOLLYWOOD. Columbia Pic- 
tures Corp. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
(Screen snapshots) 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 23Jul53; 
MP3881. 

OUTLAW WARNING. LP2733. SEE Gene 
Autry series, no. 76. 

OVERCOMING OBJECTIONS. SEE Four steps 
to greater feed sales, no. 3. 



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July-Dec. 



OWL IN A DAY'S WORK (Filmstrip) National 
Consumer Finance Association. Made by 
Wilding Picture Productions. 94 fr., b&w, 
35mm. 

© National Consumer Finance Association; 
llMaySS; JP2204. 

OXFORD STUDENT. International Film 
Foundation. Released by McGraw-Hill Book 
Co. 13 min., sd., color, 16mm. (Life in 
Great Britain today) Kodachrome. 

© International Film Foundation, inc.; 
lAug52; MP3915. 



PACEMAKER. Motion pictures in this series, 
© Paramount Pictures Corp., are entered 
separately under their respective titles. 

PACIFIC NORTHWEST TOUR. SEE Sight- 
seeing with the Swayzes through Vacationland 
America, no. 9. 

THE PAGEANT OF AMERICA. SEE 
European explorers discover a new world. 
Spain establishes a great empire. 

PAINT SET. SEE Big town, no. 21. 

PAINT SHOP TIPS (Filmstrip) E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours. Made by Jam Handy Organiza- 
tion. 30 fr., color, 35mm. Ansco color. 
© E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., inc.; 
190ct53; JU7685. 

PANIC IN THE SKY. SEE Adventures of 
Superman. 

PAPER WORK. Champion Paper and Fibre 
Co. Made by Wilding Picture Productions. 
32 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 

© Champion Paper and Fibre Co.; 15Jun53; 
MP3776. 

PARAMOUNT NEWS. Paramount Pictures 
Corp. 1 reel each, sd., b&w, 35mm. 
© Paramount Pictures Corp. 

1952-53. 

85. © 8Jun53; MP3667. 

86. © 10Jun53; MP3668. 

87. © 15Jun53; MP3690. 

88. © 17Jun53; MP3691. 

89. © 22Jun53; MP3723. 

90. © 24Jun53; MP3724, 

91. © 29Jun53; MP3744. 

92. © lJul53; MP3745. 

93. © 6Jul53; MP3778. 

94. © 8Jul53; MP3779. 

95. © 13Jul53; MP3789. 

96. © 15Jul53; MP3788. 

97. © 20Jul53; MP3835. 

98. © 22Jul53; MP3836. 

99. © 27Jul53; MP3837. 

100. © 29Jul53; MP3838. 

101. © 3Aug53; MP3839. 

102. © 5Aug53; MP3840. 

103. © 10Aug53; MP3878. 

104. © 12Aug53; MP3879. 

1953-54. 

1. © 17Aug53; MP3889. 

2. © 18Aug53; MP3890. 

3. © 24Aug53; MP3903. 

4. © 26Aug53; MP3902. 

5. © 31AUK53; MP3922. 

6. © 2Sep53; MP3923. 

PARATROOPER. Warwick Productions. Re- 
leased by Columbia Pictures Corp. 87 min., 
sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. Based on 
the novel The red beret, by Hilary St. George 
Saunders. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; lDec53; 
LP3109. 

PARIS MODEL. American Pictures Corp. 
Released by Columbia Pictures Corp. 
81 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; lNov53; 
LP3078. 



PARIS, THE AGELESS CITY. Centron Corp. 
Released by Young America Films. 12 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. With teacher's guide. 

Credits: Producer, Arthur H. Wolf. 

© Centron Corp., inc.; lNov53; MP4170. 

PARKING YOUR CAR. Aetna Casualty and 
Surety Co. 3 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Drivo- 
trainer film, no. 21) Produced in coopera- 
tion with the Board of Education of the City 
of New York. 

Credits: Author, Paul B. Cullen. 

© The Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 
24Feb53; MP3978. 

PART OF THE GAME. SEE Schlitz playhouse 
of stars. 

PASSING SAFELY . Aetna Casualty and Surety 
Co. 8 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Drivotrainer 
film, no. 11) Produced in cooperation with 
the Board of Education of the City of New 
York. 

Credits: Author, Paul B. Cullen. 

© The Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 
24Feb53; MP3970. 

THE PATIENT RETURNS. Pennsylvania Dept. 
of Welfare. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
© Albert Morris Kane; 18Jun53; MP3823. 

PAUL BUNYAN (Filmstrip) Key Productions. 
Released by Young America Films. 41 fr., 
color, 35mm. (American folklore series) 
Eastman color. 
© Key Productions, inc.; 23Dec53; JP2410. 



THE PEABODYS. 
theater. 



SEE The Ethel Barrymore 



THE PEASANT JUDGE, 
wife. 



SEE Thy neighbor's 



PECOS BILL (Filmstrip) Key Productions. 
Released by Young America Films. 47 fr., 
color, 35mm. (American folklore series) 
Eastman color. 
© Key Productions, inc.; 23Dec53; JP24U. 

PEER GYNT (Filmstrip) Jam Handy Organi- 
zation. 32 fr., color, 35mm. (Music stories, 
no. 4) Ansco color. 

© Edward Kozak, Frances Boddy; 25Aug53; 
JP2301. 

PEOPLE AND PLACES SERIES. Motion 
pictures in this series, © Walt Disney Pro- 
ductions, are entered separately under their 
respective titles. 



PEOPLE VS, 
theatre. 



JOHNSON. SEE Your all-star 



THE PEOPLE WIN THROUGH. SEE Rebellion. 

THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE (Filmstrip) Cadil- 
lac Motor Car Division. Made by Haig and 
Patterson. 155 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Thoro- 
check film, no. 1) With sound slidefilm. 
scenario. 

© Cadillac Motor Car Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 20Apr53; A118834. 



THE PERFECT CRIME. SEE Lone Ranger 
series, no. 125. 

PERILS OF PAULINE: SINGOALLA'S VEN- 
GEANCE, OR THE SERPENT IN THE 
FLOWERS. John E. Allen. 3 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. A re-edited version of original 
footage copyright Apr. 7, 1914, LU2546 [i.e. 
LU2564] New titles and sound track added. 
© John E. Allen; 15Aug53; LP3113. 

PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT. SEE 
Communications. 
The employment interview. 
Grievance hearing. 
Job evaluation and merit rating. 
Supervisory conferences. 

PETE SMITH SPECIALTY. Motion pictures 
in this series, © Loew's Incorporated, are 
entered separately under their respective 
titles. 



PETER AND THE WOLF (Filmstrip) Jam 
Handy Organization. 30 fr., color, 35min. 
(Music stories, no. 1) Ansco color. 

© Edward Kozak, Frances Boddy; 25Aug53; 
JP2300. 

PHYSICAL ASPECTS OF PUBERTY. McGraw- 
Hill Book Co. Made by Crawley Films. 
19 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Adolescent 
development series) Correlated with the 
text Adolescent development, by Elizabeth 
Hurlock. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 26Aug53; 
MP3939. 

PHYSICAL ASPECTS OF PUBERTY (Film- 
strip) McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by 
Crawley Films. 34 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Ado- 
lescent development series) Based on the 
motion picture of the same title. Correlated 
with Adolescent development, by Elizabeth 
B. Hurlock. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 26Aug53; 
JP2313. 

PIERCING THE UNKNOWN. International 
Business Machines Corp. 22 min., sd., 
color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 

© International Business Machines Corp.; 
18Nov53; MU5600. 

PILOT FILM. SEE Topper, no. TlOl, 

PIRATE VS. MAN OF WAR. SEE The great 
adventures of Captain Kidd. No. 1. 

PIRATE'S CHOICE. E. I. Du Pont de 
Nemours. Made by Jack Chertok Produc- 
tions. 26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (The 
cavalcade of America) 

Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, 
inc., employer for hire. 

© Jack Chertok Productions, inc.; 27May53; 
LP2956. 

PLAN FOR BETTER LIVING (Filmstrip) 
National Retail Furniture Association. Made 
by Vogue Wright Studios. 103 fr., color, 
35mm. Ansco color. 

© National Retail Furniture Association; 
lAug53; JP2281. 

PLANT ODDITIES. SEE How does your 
garden grow, no. 3. 

PLATEAU MARRIAGE DANCE. Roger 
Ernesti, Wayne Mitchell. 6 min., sd., color, 
16mm. Kodachrome. 

© Mr. Roger Ernesti, Mr. Wayne Mitchell; 
50ct53; MU5594. 

PLEASE MURDER ME. SEE Big town, no. 19. 

A POEM OF LIFE. John Strang, Norman 
Boothby. Made by Focal Point Films. 
11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

© John Strang, Norman Boothby; 15Sep53; 
MP4195. 

THE POINT OF GREATEST RETURNS (Film- 
strip) Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by 
Jam Handy Organization. 60 fr., b&w, 
35mm. (Used car selling series, no. 8) 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 14Sep53; JU7664. 

POINT SET. SEE Big town, no. 21. 

THE POLECAT SHAKEDOWN. SEE Man 
against crime, July 24, 1953. 

PONY EXPRESS TRAIL. SEE Western pio- 
neer trails, no. 3. 

POPEYE THE SAILOR CARTOON. Motion 
pictures in this series, © Paramount Pic- 
tures Corp., are entered separately under 
their respective titles. 

PORTRAIT OF A COUNTY. The Commis- 
sioners of Montgomery County, Pa. Made by 
the Motion Picture and Recording Studio of 
Pennsylvania State College. 21 min., sd., 
color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 



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MOTION PICTURES AND FILMSTRIPS 



109 



Appl. author: Motion Picture and Recording 

Studio, the Pennsylvania State University. 

© County of Montgomery, Pa.; lDec53; 
MP4084. 

POWER INSURANCE. United Motors Service 
Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 
2 reels, color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 

© The Jam Handy Organization, inc.; 
23Sep53; MU5589. 

THE POWER-PACKED STORY OF CHRYSLER 
POWERFLITE (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. 
Made by Ross Roy, inc. 87 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
© Chrysler Corp.; 16Sep53; JP2292. 

POWER STEERING (Filmstrip) Chrysler 
Corp. Made by Ross Roy, inc. 93 fr., b&w, 
35min. (A master technicians film session, 
no. 71) 
© Chrysler Corp.; 210ct53; JP2340. 

POWERFLITE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION: 
CONTROLS (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. 
Made by Ross Roy, inc. 96 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
(A master technicians film, no. 72) 
© Chrysler Corp.; 6Nov53; JP2383. 

PREHISTORIC LIFE (Filmstrip) John A. 
Haeseler. Released by Encyclopaedia Bri- 
tannica Films. 6 filmstrips, color, 35mm. 
Eastman color. Produced in cooperation 
with the American Museum of Natural 
History, New York. 

Contents: 1. Discovering fossils. 
57 fr.— 2. The story fossils tell. 61 fr.— 3. 
The coming of reptiles. 54 fr. — 4. The rise 
of dinosaurs. 57 fr. — 5. Triumph of the 
dinosaurs. 54 fr. — 6. The age of nnammals. 
60 fr. 
© John A. Haeseler; lMay53; JP2207. 

PRESERVING FLOWERS. SEE How does your 
garden grow, no, 17. 

PRISONER IN JEOPARDY. SEE Lone Ranger 
series, no. 128. 

PRISONERS OF THE CASBAH. Columbia 
Pictures Corp. 78 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
Technicolor. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; lNov53; 
LP3079. 

PRIVATE EYES. Allied Artists Productions. 
Released by Monogram Pictures Corp. 
64 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Allied Artists, Monogram Pictures Corp.; 
190ct53; LP3b08. 

PRIVATE SECRETARY. Chertok Television. 
3 reels each, sd., h)&w, 16mm. © Chertok 
Television, inc. Appl. author: Chertok Tele- 
vision, inc., employer for hire. 

19. Miami. © 110ct53; LP3045. 

20. The hubby killer. © 180ct53; LP3043. 

21. The little acorn that didn't grow. 
© lNov53; LP3044. 

23. Week-end in Connecticut. © 22Nov53; 
LP3106. 

PROJECT MOON BASE. Galaxy Pictures. 
Released by Lippert Pictures. 63 min., sd., 
b&w, 35min. 
© Galaxy Pictures, inc.; 15Sep53; LP2906. 

THE PROMISED LAND. WilUam Boyd Pro- 
ductions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

© William Boyd Productions, inc.; 10Dec52; 
LP3032. 

PROPHECIES OF NOSTRADAMUS. Motion 
pictures in this series, © Loew's Incorpo- 
rated, are entered separately under their 
respective titles. 

PROTECT HER HONOR. SEE Your all-star 
theatre, no. 7. 

PROWLERS OF THE EVERGLADES. Walt 
Disney Productions. Released by RKO Radio 
Pictures. 32 min., sd., color, 35mm. (True- 
life adventure series) Technicolor. 

© Walt Disney Productions; 26Aug52; 
MP3 937. 



PUNCH AND TRUDY. Riviera Productions. 
12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Credits: Producer, director, and writer. 
Will Zens. 
© Riviera Productions; lJun53; MP4051. 

PUTTING SERVICE SPACE TO WORK FOR 
CUSTOMERS, SERVICE PEOPLE, AND 
DEALERSHIP (Filmstrip) Chrysler Corp. 
Made by Ross Roy, inc. 96 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
© Chrysler Corp.; 3Aug53; JP2230. 



Q 

QUEBEC CAMERA HUNT. RKO-Pathe. 
8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) 

Credits: Director and photographer, Larry 
O'Reilly; written by Earle Luby. 
© RKO-Pathe, inc.; 9Apr53; MP3998. 

QUEEN IN DANGER. SEE Man in hiding. 

QUESTION TO QUALIFY (Filmstrip) Chev- 
rolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy 
Organization. 60 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Used car 
selling series, no. 3) 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 14Sep53; JU7663. 



R 



RADIO (Filmstrip) Key Productions. Re- 
leased by Young America Films. 49 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. (Mass communications series) 
Produced in cooperation with the National 
Broadcasting Co. 
© Key Productions, inc.; 15Sep53; JP2289. 

REAL GEORGE. Real George Corp. 3 reels 
each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Real George Corp. 

1. © 280ct53; LP3047. 

REBELLION; or. THE PEOPLE WIN 
THROUGH. Cascade Pictures of California. 
11 reels. 

© Cascade Pictures of California, inc.; 
16Nov53; LU3017. 

RECONDITIONING IS SALES-CONDITIONING 
(Filmstrip) Buick Motor Division. Made by 
Jam Handy Organization. 103 fr., b&w, 
35mm. 

© Buick Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 190ct53; JU7687. 

THE RED BERET. SEE Paratrooper. 

RED CROSS REPORT 1953. American 
National Red Cross. 13 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

© American National Red Cross; 23Jul53; 
MP3781. 

THE RED MARK. SEE Lone Ranger series, 
no. 130. 

REDUCING EPISODE. SEE Topper, no. T106. 

THE RELUCTANT PUP. SEE Terry Bears in 
The reluctant pup. 

REMNANTS OF A RACE. Kalahari Films, 
South Africa. Released in the U. S. by 
Instructional Films. 2 reels, sd., color, 
16mm. Kodachrome. 

© Educational Distributors (Pty.) ltd.; 
12Mar53 (in noUce: 1952); MP40il. 

A REPORT ON YOUR INVESTMENT. Arch- 
diocesan Development Fund. Made by Jam 
Handy Organization. 2 reels, color, 16nam. 
Kodachrome. 

© The Jam Handy Organization, inc.; 
14Sep53; MU5585. 

REPRESSION TO PRIVILEGE. Crucible Steel 
Company of America. 35 min. 

© Crucible Steel Company of America; 
130ct53; MU5596. 

RESCUE. SEE Adventures of Superman. 



RETURN TO PARADISE. Aspen Pictures. 
Released by United Artists Corp. 109 min., 
sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. Based on 
the book of the same title by James A. 
Michener. 
© Aspen Pictures, inc.; 21Jul53; LP283 9. 



RHYTHMIC EXERCISE, 
exercises. 



SEE Rhythmic 



RHYTHMIC EXERCISES. Paul Harrison Film 
Productions. Released by Instructional 
Films. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Appl. title: Rhythmic exercise. 

© Paul Harrison; 22Apr53 (in notice: 1950); 
MP3984. 

THE RIDDLE OF THE CHINESE JADE. SEE 
Adventures of Superman. 

RIDE A WHITE HORSE. Vitaphone Corp. 
10 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Sports parade) 
A Warner Bros, short subject. 
© The Vitaphone Corp.; 10Aug53; MP3792. 

RIDES AND PIN HOLDS. Audio-Visual Educa- 
tion Center, University of Michigan. 25 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. (Wrestling fundamentals 
and techniques, no. 3) 

© University of Michigan Audio-Visual 
Education Center (in notice: University of 
Michigan Audio-Visual Center); 270ct52; 
MP3812. 

THE RIGHT CLOTHES FOR YOU (Filmstrip) 
McGraw-Hill Book Co. 41 fr., color, 35nim. 
(Teen-age clothing series) Ansco color. 
Correlated with How you look and dress, by 
By'rta Carson. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; lJun53; 
JP2254. 

RIO RENEGADES. LP2736. SEE Gene Autry 
series, no. 70. 

THE RISE AND FALL OF NEW FRANCE 
(Filmstrip) Yale University Press Film 
Service. 40 fr., b&w, 35mm. (The pageant 
of America filmstrips, no. 4) With teacher's 
guide, by William H. Hartley. Correlated 
with The pageant of America, edited by R. H. 
Gabriel. 

© Yale University Press Film Service, 
inc.; 13Aug53; A102140. 

THE RISE OF DINOSAURS. SEE Prehistoric 
life, no. 4. 

ROBOT MONSTER FROM MARS. SEE Com- 
mando Cody, no. 7. 

ROCKY MARCLANO, CHAMPION, VS. JERSEY 
JOE WALCOTT, CHALLENGER. Nathan L. 
Halpern Co. Released by United Artists 
Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. A three- 
dimensional film. 
Appl. title: Marciano-Walcott fight. 
© Nathan L. Halpern Co.; 18May53; LP2949. 

ROMAN HOLIDAY. Paramount Pictures Corp. 
118 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 2Sep53; 
LP2890. 

ROSES. SEE How does your garden grow, 
no. 9. 

A ROUGH SHOOT. SEE Shoot first. 

ROUND THE WORLD WITH DON AND JUDY- 
SAN FRANCISCO. SEE San Francisco. 

THE ROYAL AFRICAN RIFLES. Allied 
Artists Productions. Released by Monogram 
Pictures Corp. 76 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
Cinecolor. 

© Monogram Pictures Corp.; 27Sep53; 
LP2960. 

RUNAWAY MOUSE. SEE Little Roquefort in 
Runaway mouse. 

THE RUNAWAY ROBOT. SEE Adventures of 
Superman. 



110 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



July-Dec. 



A RURAL VILLAGE. SEE The country com- 
munity. 



S. O. S. ICE AGE. SEE Commando Cody, 
no. 10. 

SABRE JET. Carl Krueger Productions. Re- 
leased by United Artists Corp. 96 min., sd., 
color, 35mm. 

© Carl Krueger Productions, inc.; 4Sep53; 
LP3024. 

SADLER'S WELLS BALLERINA. International 
Film Foundation. Released by McGraw-Hill 
Book Co. 13 min., sd., color, 16mm. (Life 
in Great Britain today) Kodachrome. 

© International Film Foundation, inc.; 
lAug52; MP3917. 

SAFARI DRUMS. Allied Artists Productions. 
Released by Monogram Pictures Corp. 
71 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Monogram Pictures Corp.; 21Jun53; 
LP2739. 

SAFETY ON THE PLAYGROUND. Encyclo- 
paedia Britannica Films. 13 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
20Apr53 (in notice: 1952); MP3746. 

SAFETY SPIN. Columbia Pictures Corp. 
1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (The near-sighted 
Mr. Magoo) 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 21May53; 
LP2818. 

SAGINAW TRAIL. Gene Autry Productions. 
Released by Columbia Pictures Corp. 
6 reels, sd., sepia, 35mm. 

© Gene Autry Productions; 31Aug53; 
LP2869. 

SAILOR OF THE KING. Twentieth Century- 
Fox Film Corp. 81 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
Based on the novel Brown on Resolution, by 
C. S. Forester. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
29Jul53; LP2791. 

SAN FRANCISCO. Alfred T. Palmer Produc- 
tions. 12 min., sd., color, 16mm. (Around 
the world with Don and Judy, no. 1) 

Credits: Author, Alfred T. Palmer. 

Appl. title; Round the world with Don and 
Judy — San Francisco. 

© Alfred T. Palmer Productions; 5Nov53; 
MU5599. 

SAVAGE FRONTIER. Republic Pictures Corp, 
54 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Republic Pictures Corp.; 8May53; 
LP2840. 

SAWING, PLANING, AND SMOOTHING WOOD 
(Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by 
Jam Handy Organization. 40 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
(Shopwork series) Correlated with Shopwork 
on the farm, by M. M. Jones. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 190ct53; 
JU7692. 

SCHLITZ PLAYHOUSE OF STARS. Meridian 
Productions. 30 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. 
© Meridian Productions, inc. 

The baker of Barnbury. © 25Dec53; LP3118. 
Go away a winner. © lJan54; LP3125. 
No compromise. © UDec53; LP3077. 
Part of the game. © 18Dec53; LP3U1. 

SCHOOL IN THE COUNTRY. SEE The country 
community. 

SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURE; THE STORY 
OF SOY BEANS. Encyclopaedia Britannica 
Films. 9 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Second ed. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
17Jul53 (in notice: 1952); MP4007. 

SCOTTISH MINER. International Film Foun- 
dation. Released by McGraw-Hill Book Co. 



13 min., sd., color, 16mm. (Life in Great 
Britain today) Kodachrome. 

© International Film Foundation, inc.; 
lAug52; MP3914. 

SCREEN SNAPSHOTS. Motion pictures in this 
series, © Columbia Pictures Corp., are 
entered separately under their respective 
titles. 

SCREENLINER. Motion pictures in this 
series, © RKO-Pathe, inc., are entered 
separately under their respective titles. 

THE SEA AROUND US. RKO Radio Pictures. 
62 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. 
Based on a book by Rachel L, Carson. 

Credits; Producer and author of continuity 
and commentary, Irwin Allen. 

© RKO Radio Pictures, inc.; 2Jul53; 
MP3705. 

SEA DEVILS. Coronado Productions (England) 
ltd., London. Released by RKO Radio Pic- 
tures. 90 min., sd., color, 35mm. Techni- 
color. 

Credits: Producer, David E, Rose; 
director, Raoul Walsh; story and screenplay, 
Borden Chase. 

© Coronado Productions (England) ltd.; 
31Dec52; LP2761. 

SEA-GOING SMOKE EATERS. RKO-Pathe. 
8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Screenliner) 

Credits: Producer, Burton Benjamin; 
director and photographer, William Deeke; 
written by Pennell C. Kirkbride. 

© RKO-Pathe, inc.; 31Jan53; MP3708. 

SEA POWER FOR FREEDOM. Supreme AlUed 
Conamander Atlantic. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Appl. title: Seapower for freedom. 

© Headquarters of the Supreme Allied 
Commander Atlantic (in notice: NATO, 
SACLANT); llSep53; MP3913. 

SEALING THE BODY (Filmstrip) Chrysler 
Corp. Made by Ross Roy, inc. 92 fr., b&w, 
35mm. (A master technicians film, no. 68) 
© Chrysler Corp.; 22Jul53; JP2221. 

SEAPOWER FOR FREEDOM. SEE Sea power 
for freedom. 

SEASIDE SPORTS. RKO-Pathe. 8 min., sd., 
b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) 

Credits: Producer, Jay Bonafield; written 
by Earle Luby. 

© RKO-Pathe, inc.; 8Mar53; MP3997. 

SECOND CHANCE. RKO Radio Pictures. 
82 min., sd., color, 35mm. A three- 
dimensional film. Technicolor. 

Credits: Producer, Sam Wiesenthal; 
executive producer, Edmund Grainger; 
director, Rudolph Mate; story and adaptation, 
D. M. Marshman, Jr.; screenplay, Oscar 
Millard, Sydney Boehm. 

© RKO Radio Pictures, inc.; 15Jul53; 
LP3011. 

SECONDS COUNT. Aetna Casualty and Surety 
Co. 8 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

© Aetna Casualty and Surety Co.; 13Apr53; 
MP4024. 

SECRET OF OUTLAW FLATS. William F. 
Broidy Productions. Released by Allied 
Artists Productions. 53 min., sd., b&w, 
35mm. 

© William F. Broidy Productions, inc.; 
15Nov53 (in notice; 1952); LP3059. 

THE SECRET OF SUPERMAN. SEE Adven- 
tures of Superman. 

SEE IT HAPPEN. Motion pictures in this 
series, © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 
are entered separately under their respective 
titles. 

SEEING DOUBLE (Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill 
Book Co. Made by Documentary Film Pro- 
ductions. 32 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Marriage 
and family living series) Correlated with 



the book Your marriage and family living, 
by Paul H. Landis. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; llMay53; 
JP2150. 

THE SEEING EYE. Vitaphone Corp, 20 min., 
sd., color, 35mm. A Warner Bros, short 
subject. 
© The Vitaphone Corp.; 28Dec52; MP3675. 

SEEING IS BELIEVING, A CHRYSLER VS. 
MERCURY COMPARISON FILM (Filmstrip) 
Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, inc. 
99 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
© Chrysler Corp.; 19Jun53; JP2183. 



SEGO LILIES, 
no. 316. 



SEE Death Valley days. 



SELECTING DAIRY HEIFERS FOR HERD 
DEVELOPMENT (Filmstrip) Colonial 
Films. 53 fr., color, 35mm. Eastman color. 

Appl. author: Taylor Evans Hoynes. 

© Colonial Films; lJan53; JP2224. 

SELLING AS A CAREER. Coronet Instruc- 
tional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Appl. author: C. A. Nolan. 
© John Smart; 31Aug53; MP3927. 

SELLING THE PROVEN WAY (Filmstrip) 
Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co. Made by Jam 
Handy Organization. 61 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

© Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.; 15Jul53; 
JU7567. 

SENTENCED TO SPACE. SEE The lost 
planet, no. 15. 

THE SERMON OF THE GUN. SEE Your all- 
star theatre, no. 17. 

THE SERPENT IN THE FLOWERS. SEE 
Perils of Pauline. 

THE SERVICE BUSINESS TOMORROW (Film- 
strip) Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by 
Jam Handy Organization. 60 fr., b&w, 
35mm. (Service salesman series, no. 6) 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 15Jul53; JU7564. 

SERVICE SHOWMANSHIP (Filmstrip) Chry- 
sler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, inc. 104 fr., 
b&w, 35mm, 
© Chrysler Corp.; 9Jun53; JP2180. 

THE SERVICE STORY ON HOLLOW STEEL 
PROPELLER BLADES. Hamilton Standard 
Propeller Division, United Aircraft Corp. 
Made by Jam Handy Organization. 2 reels, 
b&w, 35mm. 

© The Jam Handy Organization, inc.; 
23Sep53; MU5590. 

SERVICING BUICK POWER BRAKES (Film- 
strip) Buick Motor Division. Made by Jam 
Handy Organization. 119 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
© Buick Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 15Jul53; JU7562. 

SERVICING THE AUTOMATIC DRYER (Film- 
strip) Whirlpool Corp. Made by Jam Handy 
Organization. 3 filmstrips, b&w, 35mm. 
(Series B) Part 1, 66 fr.; pt. 2, 100 fr.; 
pt. 3, 79 fr. 

© The Whirlpool Corp.; 15Jul53; pt. 1, 
JU7559; pt. 2, JU7573; pt. 3, JU7572. 

SERVICING THE DEARBORN COTTON HAR- 
VESTER (Filmstrip) Dearborn Motors 
Corp. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 
25 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
© Dearborn Motors Corp.; 27Jul53; JU7581. 

SERVICING THE POWER STEERING GEAR 
(Filmstrip) Buick Motor Division. Made by 
Jam Handy Organization. 134 fr., b&w, 
35mm. 

© Buick Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 27Jul53; JU7587. 

SERVICING THE STROMBERG 4-BARREL 
CARBURETOR (Filmstrip) Buick Motor 
Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 
117 fr., b&w, 35mm. 



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111 



© Buick Motor Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 27Jul53; JU7588. 

SEVEN LEAGUE BOOTS (Filmstrip) Zenith 
Radio Corp, Made by George Reuter Organ- 
ization in association with Vogue Wright 
Studios. 112 fr.. b&w, 35mm. (In- store 
meeting, no. 4) 
© Zenith Radio Corp.; lJul53; JP2164. 

SEWING BY HAND (Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill 
Book Co. 43 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Teen-age 
clothing series) Correlated with How you 
look and dress, by Byrta Carson. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; lJun53; 
JP2257. 

SEWING EQUIPMENT (Filmstrip) McGraw- 
Hill Book Co. 58 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Teen-age 
clothing series) Correlated with How you 
look and dress, by Byrta Carson. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; lJun53; 
JP2258. 

SHADOW MAN. Merton Park Studios, London. 
Released in the U. S. by Lippert Pictures. 
76 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the 
novel The creaking chair, by Laurence 
Meynell. 
© Nassour Pictures; lDec53; LP3098. 

SHADOWS OF TOMBSTONE. Republic Pic- 
tures Corp. 54 min., sd., b&w, 35nim. 
© Republic Pictures Corp.; 29Sep53; 
LP3107. 

SHANE. Paramount Pictures Corp. 118 min., 
sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. Based on 
the novel of the same title by Jack Schaefer. 
© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 27May53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2892. 

SHAPING THE PERSONALITY: THE ROLE OF 
MOTHER-CHILD RELATIONS IN INFANCY. 
Ren6 A. Spitz. 30 min., si., b&w, 16mm. 
Released by the Psychoanalytic Research- 
project on Problenis of Infancy. 

© Ren6 A. Spitz, M. D., d.b.a. Psychoanaly- 
tic Researchproject on Problems of Infancy; 
10Jun53; MP3664. 

SHARE CHRIST TODAY (Filmstrip) Lutheran 
Evangelism Council. Made by Jam Handy 
Organization. 85 fr,, b&w, 35mm. 

© The Lutheran Evangelism Council; 
27Jul53; JU7583. 

SHARK KILLERS. RKO-Pathe. 15 min.. sd., 
b&w, 35mm. 

Credits: Producer, Sam Lee; original 
story, Hugh Falkus. 
© RKO Pathe, inc.; 10Sep53; MP4177. 

SHARPENING AND USING AUGER BITS AND 
TWIST DRILLS (Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill 
Book Co. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 
43 fr., b&w, 35min. (Shopwork series) 
Correlated with Shopwork on the farm, by 
M. M. Jones. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 190ct53; 
JU7691. 

SHARPENING HAND TOOLS (Filmstrip) 
McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by Jam Handy 
Organization. 43 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Shopwork 
series) Correlated with Shopwork on the 
farm, by M. M. Jones. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 190ct53; 
JU7694. 

SHEET METAL CORRECTION. Motors 
Insurance Corp. 2 reels. 

© Motors Insurance Corp.; 17Aug53; 
MU5571. 

Pt. 1. Basic estimating principles. 
Pt. 2. Application of estimating and repair 
procedures to indivisual units. 

THE SKILL. SPE Big town, no. 16. 

SHOOT FIRST. United Artists Corp. 88 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel A rough 
shoot, by Geoffrey Household. 

© United Artists Photoplay Corp.; 7Jul53; 
LP2853. 



SHOPWORK ON THE FARM. SEE 
Care and repair of hand tools. 
Laying out common rafters and open stairs. 
Sawing, planing, and smoothing wood. 
Sharpening and using auger bits and twist 

drills. 
Sharpening hand tools. 
Soldering. 

SHOT IN THE DARK. SEE Adventures of 
Superman. 

SIGHTSEEING WITH THE SWAYZES 
THROUGH VACATIONLAND AMERICA. 
Robert Lawrence Productions. 14 min. each, 
sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: VanSant, 
Dugdale & Co. © The Swayze Family. 

1. Washington, D. C, and Colonial America. 
© 5Apr53; MP3697. 

2. Sunshine tour through the state of Florida. 
© 12Apr53; MP3698. 

3. Northern California tour (San Francisco) 
© 19Apr53; MP3700. 

4. New Orleans. © 26Apr53; MP3702. 

5. Southwest. © 5May53; MP3699. 

6. Southern California tour: Los Angeles. 
© 10May53; MP3725. 

7. National Park tour — Yellowstone. 
© 17May53; MP3701. 

8. Upper New York and Eastern Canada 
tour: winter resorts. © 24May53; MP3726. 

9. Pacific Northwest tour. © 31May53; 
MP3727. 

10. Empire State tour: New York City. 
© 7Jun53; MP3728. 

11. Great Smoky tour. © 14Jun53; MP3730. 

12. Great Lakes tour: Chicago. © 21Jun53; 
MP3729. 

13. New England tour; Boston. © 28Jun53; 
MP3753. 

THE SIGN OF SERVICE (Filmstrip) Chev- 
rolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy 
Organization. 61 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Service 
salesman series, no. 5) 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 15Jul53; JU7565. 

SIGNALS AND GESTURES (Filmstrip) 
National Association of Automotive Mutual 
Insurance Companies with the cooperation of 
the Traffic Institute, Northwestern Univer- 
sity. Made by Vogue Wright Studios. 61 fr., 
b&w, 35mra. Prepared to supplement a 
manual on traffic direction, published by the 
Traffic Institute. 

© National Association of Automotive 
Mutual Insurance Cos.; 10ct53; JP2277. 

SILENT CONFLICT. Hopalong Cassidy Pro- 
ductions, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

© Hopalong Cassidy Productions, inc.; 
31Dec47; LP2832. 

SILENT NIGHT: STORY OF THE CHRISTMAS 
CAROL. Coronet Instructional Films. 
31 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
© John Smart; 24Aug53; MP3870. 

SILVER ANNIVERSARY. United Motors 
Service. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 
1 reel, b&w, 35mm. 

© The Jam Handy Organization, inc.; 
14Sep53; MU5579. 

SILVER LIGHTNING. Jarville Studios. 
20 min., sd., color, 16mm. 

Credits: Producer and photographer, 
Edgar M. Queeny. 

© Jarville Studios; llNov52; MP3818. 

SINGAPORE. Dudley Pictures Corp. Released 
by Republic Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., 
color, 35mm. (This world of ours) Tru- 
color. 

© Dudley Pictures Corp.; 15May53; 
MP4116. 

SINGOALLA'S VENGEANCE. SEE Perils of 
Pauline. 

SINS OF JEZEBEL. Jezebel Productions. 
Released by Lippert Pictures. 74 min., sd., 
color, 35mm. Ansco color. 



© Jezebel Productions, inc.; 5Dec53- 
LP3100. 

SIREN OF BAGDAD. Columbia Pictures Corp. 
72 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; Ijun53- 
LP2726. 

SIX GUN DECISION. WilUam F. Broidy Pro- 
ductions. Released by Allied Artists Pro- 
ductions. 53 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© William F. Broidy Productions, inc.; 
15Nov53 (in notice: 1952); LP3046. 

THE SKELETON. Encyclopaedia Britannica 
Films. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
25May53; MP3752. 

SKY COMMANDO. Columbia Pictures Corp. 
8 reels, sd., sepia, 35mm. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 26Aug53; 
LP2856. 

SLAVES OF BABYLON. Columbia Pictures 
Corp. 9 reels, sd., color, 35mm. Techni- 
color. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 26Aug53; 
LP2857. 

THE SMILE HEARD MILES AWAY (Film- 
strip) National Consumer Finance Associa- 
tion. Made by Wilding Picture Productions. 
82 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

© National Consumer Finance Association; 
llMay53; JP2199. 

SNOW TIME FOR COMEDY. Vitaphone Corp. 
7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Blue ribbon hit 
parade) A Warner Bros, short subject. 
© The Vitaphone Corp.; 19Sep44; MP3674. 

SO MANY THINGS HAPPEN. SEE Your all- 
star theatre, no. 12. 

SO THIS IS LOVE. Warner Bros. Pictures. 
101 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. 
Based on Grace Moore's autobiography. 

© Warner Bros. Pictures, inc.; 20Aug53; 
LP2846. 

SOCIAL-SEX ATTITUDES IN ADOLESCENCE. 
McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by Crawley 
Films. 20 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Adoles- 
cent development series) Correlated with 
the text Adolescent development, by Elizabeth 
Hurlock. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 26Aug53; 
MP3941. 

SOCIAL-SEX ATTITUDES IN ADOLESCENCE 
(Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by 
Crawley Films. 35 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Ado- 
lescent development series) Based on the 
motion picture of the same title. Correlated 
with Adolescent development, by Elizabeth B. 
Hurlock. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 26Aug53; 
JP2310. 

THE SOCIALITE. SEE Topper, no. T107. 

SOFTBALL FOR ELEMENTARY GRADES 
(Filmstrip) Portia Wagenet. 44 fr., b&w, 
35mm. 
© Portia Wagenet; 25Sep53; JP2284. 

SOLAR SKY RIDERS. SEE Commando Cody, 
no. 9. 

SOLDERING (Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill Book 
Co. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 
39 fr., b&w, 35mm. (Shopwork series) 
Correlated with Shopwork on the farm, by 
M. M. Jones. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 190ct53; 
JU7695. 

SOLOMON IN ALL HIS GLORY. SEE Death 
Valley days, no. 325. 

SOMETHING MONEY CAN'T BUY. Vic Films, 
London. Released in England by General 
Film Distributors, London. 83 min., sd., 
b&w, 35mm. 



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SOMETHING MONEY CAN'T BUY. Cont'd. 
© British Film Makers, ltd.; 10Mar52- 
LP2847. 

SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW. SEE 
Your all-star theatre, no. 10. 

SON-IN-LAW. SEE Your all-star theatre. 

SONG OF THE WANDERER. Pentagram Pro- 
ductions. 500 fr., b&w, 16mm. 

Appl. author: Harold Charles Stearns. 

© Pentagram Profluctions, inc.; 21Jul53; 
LU2990. 

THE SORCERER'S APPRENTICE (Filmstrip) 
Jam Handy Organization. 30 fr., color, 
35mm. (Music stories, no. 6) Ansco color. 
© Edward Kozak, Frances Boddy; 25Aug53- 
JP2303. 

THE SOUTH (Filmstrip) Informative Class- 
room Picture Publishers. 64 fr., b&w, 
35mm. Correlated with the textbook and the 
picture portfolio by Richard E. Banta entitled 
Life in America: the South. 

© Raymond E. Fideler and Nancy B. Fide- 
ler, d.b.a. Informative Classroom Picture 
Publishers; 22Jun53; JP2346. 

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TOUR: LOS 
ANGELES. SEE Sightseeing with the Swayzes 
through Vacationland America, no. 6. 

SOUTHWEST. MP3699. SEE Sightseeing with 
the Swayzes through vacationland America, 
no. 5. 

SPAIN ESTABLISHES A GREAT EMPIRE 
(Filmstrip) Yale University Press Film 
Service. 39 fr., b&w, 35mm. (The pageant 
of America filmstrips, no. 3) With teacher's 
guide, by William H. Hartley. Correlated 
with The pageant of America, edited by R. H. 
Gabriel. 

© Yale University Press Film Service, 
inc.; 31Jul53; A101357. 

SPANISH FILM READER SERIES. SEE 
Castillos en Espaila. 
Coraz6n de Castilla. 
Madrid. 

SPARE THE ROD. SEE Mighty Mouse in Spare 
the rod. 

SPARKY, THE FIREFLY. SEE Aesop's 
fable — Sparky, the firefly. 

SPECIAL DAYS IN FEBRUARY. Coronet 
Instructional Films. 10 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Credits: Educational collaborator, Helen 
A. Murphy. 

© John Smart; 17Jul53; MP3873. 

SPEECH: CONVERSATION. Centron Corp. 
Released by Young America Films. 12 min., 
sd., b&w, 16mm. With teacher's guide. 

Appl. author: Harold Harvey. 

© Centron Corp., inc.; lMay53; MP4068. 

SPIES AND GUYS. Columbia Pictures Corp. 
2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. (All star comedy) ] 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 9Apr53; 
LP3056. 

THE SPINSTER. SEE Topper, no. T108. 

SPOOKS. Columbia Pictures Corp. 2 reels, 
sd., color, 35mm. A three-dimensional film. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 15Jun53; 
LP2725. 

SPORTS CARS FOR THE AMERICAN ROAD. 
March of Time. 29 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
© Time, inc.; 29Apr53; MP3696. 

SPORTS PARADE. Motion pictures in this 
series, © Vitaphone Corp., are entered 
separately under their respective titles. 

SPORTSCOPE. Motion pictures in this series, 
© RKO-Pathe, inc., are entered separately 
under their respective titles. 



July-Dec. 



STAGE TO ESTACADO. SEE Lone Ranger 
series, no. 124. 

STALAG 17. Paramount Pictures Corp. 
120 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the 
play of the same title by Donald Bevan and 
Edmund Trzcinski. 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; lJul53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2894. 

THE STAND AT APACHE RIVER. Universal 
Pictures Co. 8 reels, sd., color, 35mm. 
A Universal-International picture. Techni- 
color. Based on the novel Apache Landing, 
by Robert J. Hogan. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 25Jun53; 
LP2784. 

STAR OF THE STOCKPILE (Filmstrip) 
Barber- Greene Co. Made by Jam Handy 
Organization. 73 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

© The Barber-Greene Co., Manufacturers; 
14Sep53; JU7668. 

STARTING SMOOTHLY. Aetna Casualty and 
Surety Co. 5 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Drivo- 
trainer film, no. 2) Produced in cooperation 
with the Board of Education of the City of 
New York. 
Credits: Author, Paul B. CuUen. 
© The Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 
24Feb53; MP3967. 

STAY ALERT, STAY ALIVE. Aetna Casualty 
and Surety Co. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

© Aetna Casualty and Surety Co.; 5Aug53; 
MP4026. 

A STEAK IN YOUR JOB (Filmstrip) Libbey- 
Owens-Ford Glass Co. Made by Jam Handy 
Organization. 68 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

© Libbey -Owens-Ford Glass Co.; 15Jul53; 
JU7566. 

STEEL. SEE John Kieran's kaleidoscope, 
no. 62. 

THE STEEL LADY. World Films. Released 
by United Artists Corp. 84 min., sd., b&w, 
35mm. Based on a story by Aubrey Wisberg. 
© World Films, inc.; 20ct53; LP2994. 

THE STOLEN COSTUME. SEE Adventures of 
Superman. 

STORMY, THE THOROUGHBRED WITH AN 
INFERIORITY COMPLEX. Walt Disney 
Productions. 5 reels, sd., color, 35mm. 
Technicolor. Based on a story by Jack Holt 
and Carolyn Coggins. 

© Walt Disney Productions; 2Jun53; 
LP3036. 

STORY ACTING IS FUN. Coronet Instructional 
Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Credits: Educational collaborator, William 
J. Iverson. 

© John Smart; 10Jul53; MP3871. 

THE STORY FOSSILS TELL. SEE Prehistoric 
life, no. 2. 

THE STORY OF CHAIM WEIZMANN (Film- 
strip) Jewish Education Committee of New 
York. 56 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

© Jewish Education Committee of New 
York, inc.; 29May53; JP2186. 

THE STORY OF FURNITURE STYLE (Film- 
strip) National Retail Furniture Association. 
Made by Vogue Wright Studios. 73 fr., color, 
35mm. Ansco color. 

Appl. title: The story of style. 

© National Retail Furniture Association; 
lAug53; JP2280. 

THE STORY OF MC CREADY'S PRIDE (Film- 
strip) Chrysler Corp. Made by Ross Roy, 
inc. 96 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
© Chrysler Corp.; 30Nov53; JP2387. 

THE STORY OF PETER VANCE (Filmstrip) 
Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A. Made 
by Jam Handy Organization. 92 fr., b&w, 
35mm. 



© The Presbyterian Church in the U S A • 
27Jul53; JU7585. 

THE STORY OF ROSH HASHANAH (Film- 
strip) Jewish Education Committee of New 
York. Made by Victor Kayfetz Productions. 
50 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

© Jewish Education Committee of New 
York, inc.; 2Sep52; JP2166. 

THE STORY OF STYLE. SEE The story of 
furniture style. 

THE STORY OF TZEDAKAH (Filmstrip) 
Jewish Education Committee of New York. 
49 fr., color, 35mm. Eastman color. 

© Jewish Education Committee of New 
York, inc.; 21May52; JP2188. 

THE STORY OF YOM KIPPUR (Filmstrip) 
Jewish Education Committee of New York. 
Made by Victor Kayfetz Productions. 45 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. 

© Jewish Education Committee of New 
York, inc.; 2Sep52; JP2167. 

STORY-TELLING: CAN YOU TELL IT IN 
ORDER? Coronet Instructional Films. 
11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Credits: Educational collaborator, Viola 
Theman. 

© John Smart; 24Aug53; MP3872. 

STRANGE GAMBLE. Hopalong Cassidy Pro- 
ductions, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

© Hopalong Cassidy Productions, inc.; 
31Dec48; LP2833. 

THE STRANGER WORE A GUN. Columbia 
Pictures Corp, 9 reels, sd., color, 35mm. 
A three-dimensional film. Based on the 
novel Yankee gold, by John M. Cunningham. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 26Aug53; 
LP2855. 

STRAN-STEEL FRAMING, U. S. A. Stran- 
Steel Division, Great Lakes Steel Corp. 
Made by Wilding Picture Productions. 
18 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

© Stran-Steel Division, Great Lakes Steel 
Corp.; lAug53; MP3892. 

A STREET CAT NAMED SYLVESTER. War- 
ner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 
35min. (Looney tune cartoon) Technicolor. 
© The Vitaphone Corp.; 21Sep53 (in notice: 
1952); MP3898. 

STRICTLY FOR THE RECORD (Filmstrip) 
Zenith Radio Corp. Made by George Reuter 
Organization in association with Vogue 
Wright Studios. 76 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
© Zenith Radio Corp.; lJul53; JP2163. 

STUDENT GOVERNMENT AT WORK. Coronet 
Instructional Films. 10 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Credits: Educational collaborator, Harl R. 
Douglass. 

© John Smart; 80ct53; MP4044. 

THE SUEZ CANAL (Filmstrip) Life. Made 
by Training Films. 67 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
Based on reports which appeared in Life, 
Oct. 22, and Nov. 19, 1951. 
© Time, inc.; 3Dec52; A100741. 

THE SUN SHINES BRIGHT. Republic Pictures 
Corp. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on 
short stories by Irvin S. Cobb entitled The 
sun shines bright. The mob from Massac, and 
The Lord provides. 

© Republic Pictures Corp.; 13Mar53; 
LP2708. 

SUNK. SEE Your all-star theatre, no. 8. 

THE SUN'S FAMILY (Filmstrip) Popular 
Science Pub. Co. 46 fr., color, 35mm. 
Ansco color. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 26Nov53; 
JP2416. 

SUNSHINE TOUR THROUGH THE STATE OF 
FLORIDA. MP3698. SEE Sightseeing with 



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MOTION PICTURES AND FILMSTRIPS 



113 



the Swayzes through vacationland America, 
no. 2. 

SUPERMAN IN EXILE. SEE Adventures of 
Superman. 

SUPERMAN ON EARTH. SEE Adventures of 
Superman. 

SUPERVISORY CONFERENCES. McGraw-Hill 
Book Co. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Per- 
sonnel management series) Correlated with 
the book Personnel management, by Walter 
Dill Scott, Robert C. Clothier, and William 
R. Spriegel. 

® McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 190ct53; 
MP4091. 

SUPERVISORY CONFERENCES (Filmstrip) 
McGraw-Hill Book Co. 31 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
(Personnel management series) Based on 
the motion picture of the same title. Corre- 
lated with the book Personnel management, 
by Walter Dill Scott, Robert C. Clothier, and 
William R. Spriegel. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; 190ct53; 
JP2375. 

SURF BORED. Paramount Pictures Corp. 
1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Noveltoon car- 
toon) 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 17Jul53; 
LP2893. 

THE SURPRISE PARTY. SEE Topper, 
no. T117. 

THE SUSPECT. LP2705. SEE I'm the law, 
no. 19. 

SWEET TALK ME JACKSON. SEE Your all- 
star theatre. 

SWEETHEARTS ON PARADE. Republic 
Pictures Corp. 10 reels, sd., color, 35mm. 
Trucolor. 

© Republic Pictures Corp.; 22Jun53; 
LP2843. 

SWORD OF THE SPIRIT. Broadman Films. 
15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

Appl. author: Earl Waldrup. 

© Broadman Films; lApr53; MP3741. 
SEE ALSO Words of life. 

SYMPHONY NIGHT. Coca-Cola Co. Made by 
Walter Lantz Productions. 1 reel, sd., color, 
16mm. Technicolor. 

© Walter Lantz Productions, inc.; lAug53; 
LP3020. 

SYNGAMY AND ALTERNATION OF GENERA- 
TIONS IN ALLOMYCES: A WATERMOLD. 
Phase Films. 20 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Produced under the supervision of Ralph 
Emerson. 
© Arthur T. Brice; lAug53; MP3813. 

SYSTEM IN YOUR SELLING (Filmstrip) 
Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co. Made by Jam 
Handy Organization. 61 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

© Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.; 15Jul53; 
JU7570. 



TV HOME BUYERS GUIDE. Tele-Ad Produc- 
tions. 1 reel, b&w, 16mm. 
Appl. title: TV home byers guide. 
© Tele-Ad Productions; 10Jul53; MU5562. 

TV OF TOMORROW. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 
Released by Loew's. 7 min., sd., color, 
35mni. Technicolor. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 15Jun53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2871. 

TAKE IT OFF. United Motors Service. Made 
by Jam Handy Organization. 2 reels, color, 
16mm. Kodachrome. 

© The Jam Handy Organization, inc.; 
14Sep53; MU5584. 



TAKE TIME FOR A BETTER LINE (Film- 
strip) Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by 
Jam Handy Organization. 68 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 27Jul53; JU7592. 

TAKEDOWNS AND COUNTERS. Audio-Visual 
Education Center, University of Michigan. 
12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Wrestling funda- 
mentals and techniques, no. 1) 

© University of Michigan Audio-Visual 
Education Center (in notice: University of 
Michigan Audio-Visual Center); 270ct52; 
MP3810. 

THE TALKATIVE DUMMY. SEE Adventures 
of Superman. The case of the talkative 
dummy. 

TALKING GUNS. LP2735. SEE Gene Autry 
series, no. 72. 

THE TALKING MAGPIES IN BARGAIN DAZE. 
Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth Century- 
Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. 
(Terrytoon cartoon) 
© Terrytoons, inc.; 12Jun53; LP2826. 

TAPE RECORDER. SEE Big town, no. 12. 

TARZAN AND THE SHE-DEVIL. Sol Lesser 
Productions. Released by RKO Radio Pic- 
tures. 76 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based 
upon characters created by Edgar Rice 
Burroughs. 

Credits: Producer, Sol Lesser; director, 
Kurt Neumann; screenplay, Karl Kamb, 
Carroll Young. 

© Sol Lesser Productions, inc.; 10Jun53; 
LP2760. 

TEACHING SPEECH TO DEAF CHILDREN, 
NO. 1. Mary M. Warner. 50 ft., si., color, 
8mm. Kodachrome. 
© Mary M. Warner; 17Aug53; MU5570. 

TELEVISION (Filmstrip) Key Productions. 
Released by Young America Films. 44 fr., 
b&w, 35mm. (Mass communications series) 
Produced in cooperation with the National 
Broadcasting Co. 
© Key Productions, inc.; 15Sep53; JP2288. 

TELLING YOUR SALES STORY. SEE Four 
steps to greater feed sales, no. 2. 

TEN AGAINST CAESAR. SEE Gun fury. 

TEN PIN TERRORS. SEE Heckle and Jeckle, 
the talking magpies, in Ten pin terrors. 

TERROR ON A TRAIN. Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer. Released by Loew's. 72 min., sd., 
b&w, 35mm. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 6Jul53 (in notice: 
1952); LP2828. 

TERRY BEARS IN GROWING PAINS. Terry- 
toons. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. 
(Terrytoon cartoon) 
© Terrytoons, inc.; 20ct53; LP3119. 

TERRY BEARS IN OPEN HOUSE. Terrytoons. 
Released by Twentieth Century- Fox Film 
Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon 
cartoon) 
© Terrytoons, inc.; 5Jun53; LP3004. 

TERRY BEARS IN THE RELUCTANT PUP. 
Terrytoons, Released by Twentieth Century- 
Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. 
(Terrytoon cartoon) 
© Terrytoons, inc.; 10Jul53; LP2823. 

TERRYTOON CARTOON. Motion pictures in 
this series, © Terrytoons, inc., are entered 
separately under their respective titles. 

TEXAS BAD MAN. Allied Artists Productions. 
Released by Monogram Pictures Corp. 
62 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Allied Artists, Monogram Pictures Corp. 
20Dec53; LP3101. 



THAT THEY MAY HEAR. Broadman Films. 
30 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Produced in 
cooperation with the Foreign Mission Board 
of the Southern Baptist Convention. 

Appl. author: Earl Waldrup. 

© Broadman Films; lMay53; MP3738. 

THEIR FUTURE IS YOURS. Broadman Films. 
22 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Appl. author: Earl Waldrup. 
© Broadman Films; lMay53; MP3736. 

THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME. SEE Your 
all-star theatre. 

THEY ALSO SERVE. SEE Your all-star 
theatre, no. 14. 

THEY'RE OFF. Moss and Lewis. 1 reel, sd., 
b&w, 16mm. 
© Moss and Lewis, inc.; 3Aug53; MP3805. 

THIEF OF VENICE. Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. 12 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. 
© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
27Nov52; LP2763. 

THIRTY DIMES. SEE Man against crime, 
Nov. 22, 1953. 

THIS IS MY HEART. SEE Your all-star 
theatre, no. 16. 

THIS IS VERSAILLES. Columbia Pictures 
Corp. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Top- 
notcher) 

Appl. title: This is Versatile. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 25Jun53; 
MP3884. 

THIS IS VILLA. LP2743. SEE The Ethel 
Barrymore theater. 

THIS IS YOUR BUSINESS. Electrolux Corp. 
70 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
© Electrolux Corp.; 21Jul53; MU5565. 

THIS LITTLE PIG WENT TO MARKET. Com- 
mercial Solvents Corp. 12 min., 16mm. 

Credits: Script by Sol S. Feuerman. 

© Commercial Solvents Corp.; llSep53; 
MU5575. 

THIS WORLD OF OURS. Motion pictures in 
this series, © Dudley Pictures Corp., are 
entered separately under their respective 
titles. 

THREE BIG BEARS. Columbia Pictures Corp. 
1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. (Animal cavalcade) 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 27Aug53; 
LP3072. 

THREE LITTLE KITTENS. Encyclopaedia 
Britannica Films. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Second ed. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
25Jun53 (in notice: 1952); MP4017. 

THE THREE WISHES. SEE Bobo the hobo and 
his traveling troupe in The three wishes. 

THUNDER BAY. Universal Pictures Co. 
103 min., sd., color, 35mm. A Universal- 
International picture. Technicolor. Based 
on an idea by George W. George and George 
F. Slavin. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 8May53; 
LP2785. 

THY NEIGHBOR'S WIFE. Hugo Haas Produc- 
tions. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. 9 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. Based 
on the novelette The peasant judge, by Oskar 
Jellinek. 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
20Aug53; LP3023. 

TIME FOR A TRIP. Tambert-Cutler. Re- 
leased by World Adventure Pictures. 12 min. 
each, sd., b&w, I6mm. © Elmer A. Tambert. 

[2. Fun at the zoo] © 6Apr53; MP3774. 

THE TIMID SCARECROW. SEE Dinky in The 
timid scarecrow. 



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July-Dec. 



TO ANY SOLDIER. SEE Your all-star theatre. 



TO FREE THE PLANET PEOPLE, 
lost planet, no. 10. 



SEE The 



TOM-TOM TOMCAT. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 
7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Merrie melodies 
cartoon) 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 6Jul53 (in notice: 
1952); MP3666. 

TOOT, WHISTLE. PLUNK. AND BOOM. Walt 
Disney Productions. Released by RKO Radio 
Pictures. 10 min.. sd., color, 35mm. 
(Adventures in music) A wide-screen pro- 
duction: CinemaScope. Stereophonic sound. 
Technicolor. 

© Walt Disney Productions; 17Aug53- 
LP3082. 

THE TOP SALES STORY OF '54 (Filmstrip) 
Plymouth Division. Made by Ross Roy, inc. 
103 fr.. b&w. 35mm. 
© Chrysler Corp.; 21Sep53; JP2297. 

TOP SECRET. SEE Mr. Potts goes to 
Moscow. LP2738. 

TOPEKA. AlUed Artists Productions. Re- 
leased by Monogram Pictures Corp. 69 min., 
sd., color. 35mm. 

© Monogram Pictures Corp.; 9Aug53; 
LP2902. 

TOPNOTCHER. Motion pictures in this 
series, © Columbia Pictures Corp., are 
entered separately under their respective 
titles. 

TOPPER. John W. Loveton. Bernard L. 
Schubert. 30 man. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. 
Based on the characters originally created 
by Thorne Smith. © John W. Loveton, 
Bernard L. Schubert. 

TlOl. Pilot film, by George Oppenheimer 
and Stephen Sondheim. © 90ct53; LP2999. 

T102. The movers, by George Oppenheimer 
and Stephen Sondheim. © 160ct53; LP3000. 

T103. Hiring the maid, by George Oppen- 
heimer and Stephen Sondheim. © 230ct53; 
LP3001. 

T104. The hypnotist, by George Oppen- 
heimer. © llDec53; LP3093. 

T106. Reducing episode, by George Oppen- 
heimer and Stephen Sondheim. © 6Nov53; 
LP3027. 

T107. The socialite, by George Oppenheimer 
and Stephen Sondheim. © 30Oct53; LP3002. 

T108. The spinster, by George Oppenheimer. 
© 13Nov53; LP3028. 

Till. The kid, by George Oppenheimer. 
© 27Nov53; LP3052. 

T113. Burglar episode, by George Oppen- 
heimer and Stephen Sondheim. © 4Dec53; 
LP3092. 

TH4. Christmas carol, by George Oppen- 
heimer. © 25Dec53; LP3121. 

T117. The surprise party, by George 
Oppenheimer. © 20Nov53; LP3042. 

Til 9. Car episode, by George Oppenheimer 
and Stephen Sondheim. © 18Dec53; LP3112. 

TORAH IN JEWISH LIFE (Filmstrip) Jewish 
Education Committee of New York. 49 fr., 
color, 35mm. Eastman color. 

© Jewish Education Committee of New 
York, inc.; llMar53; JP2187. 

TOREADORABLE. Paramount Pictures Corp. 
7 min., sd., color, 3 5mm. (Popeye the sailor 
cartoon) 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 12Jun53; 
LP2728. 



EL TORO. 
no. 113. 



LP2720. SEE Lone Ranger series. 



THE TORTOISE AND THE HARE. Coca-Cola 
Co. Made by Walter Lantz Productions. 
1 reel, sd., color, 16mm. Technicolor. 

© Walter Lantz Productions, inc.; lAug53; 
LP3021. 



TOUCH FOOTBALL FOR ELEMENTARY 
GRADES (Filmstrip) Portia Wagenet. 
43 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
© Portia Wagenet; 19Sep53; JP2274. 

TOUGH GUY. SEE Big town, no. 13. 

THE TOURISTS' EUROPE. March of Time. 
28 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
© Time, inc.; llJun53; MP3944. 

TOWARD A GENERATION OF SAFER 
DRIVERS. Aetna Casualty and Surety Co. 
14 min., sd., b&w, 16mEQ. 

© Aetna Casualty and Surety Co.; 10Dec53- 
MP4U8. 

TOWARD EUROPEAN UNITY (Filmstrip) 
New York Times. 56 fr., b&w, 35mm. (A 
current affairs filmstrip, Nov. 1953) 

Appl. title: Filmstrip on current affairs: 
Toward European unity. 

© The New York Times Co.; 260ct53- 
JP2324. 

TOWER OF DESTINY. RKO-Pathe. 15 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Credits: Producer, Jay Bonafield; written 
by Pennell C. Kirkbride. 
© RKO-Pathe, inc.; 8May53; MP4002. 

THE TOY SHOP. SEE Bobo the hobo and his 
traveling troupe in The toy shop. 

TRANE EASY-TO-INSTALL BASEBOARD. 
Trane Co. 13 min.. sd. 
© The Trane Co.; 3Aug53; MU5568. 

TRANSATLANTIC HOP. RKO-Pathe. 15 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. 

Credits: Director, Harry W. Smith; written 
by Burton Benjamin. 
© RKO-Pathe, inc.; lMar53; MP3995. 



TRAPPED IN A COSMO JET. 
planet, no. 12. 

TREASURE OF THE INCAS. 
of Superman. 



SEE The lost 



SEE Adventures 



TRENT'S LAST CASE. Imperadio Pictures, 
London. Released in the U. S. by Republic 
Pictures Corp. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 
Based on the book of the same title by E. C. 
Bent ley. 

© Republic Pictures Corp.; 290ct52; 
LP3108. 

THE TRESTLE. SEE Your all-star theatre. 

TRICK AND FANCY ROPING ACT. Archie 
Arthur Kinman. 6 min. 
© Archie Arthur Kinman; 8Sep53; MU5573. 

TRIPLE CROSS. SEE Lone Ranger series, 
no. 115. 



TRIUMPH OF THE DINOSAURS, 
historic life, no. 5. 



SEE Pre- 



TROUBLE IN TEXAS. SEE Bobo the hobo and 
his traveling troupe in Trouble in Texas. 

TROUBLE ON A TRAIN. SEE City detective. 

TRUE-LIFE ADVENTURE SERIES. Motion 
pictures in this series, © Walt Disney Pro- 
ductions, are entered separately under their 
respective titles. 

TURNING THE CAR AROUND. Aetna Casualty 
and Surety Co. 3 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
(Drivotrainer film, no. 19) Produced in 
cooperation with the Board of Education of 
the City of New York. 

Credits: Author, Paul B. Cullen. 

© The Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 
24Feb53; MP3 971. 

TWENTY-FOUR HOURS OF A WOMAN'S 
LIFE. SEE Affair in Monte Carlo. 

TWO GUN MARSHAL. WilUam F. Broidy 
Productions. Released by Allied Artists 
Productions. 53 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. 



© William F. Broidy Productions, inc.; 
15Nov53 (in notice: 1952); LP3054. 

228 AND 248 ENGINE FACTS (Filmstrip) 
GMC Truck Division. Made by Jam Handy 
Organization. 74 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

© GMC Truck Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 14Sep53; JU7658. 

THE TWO WORLDS OF FRANCE: PARIS AND 
THE FRANCE BEYOND. March of Time. 
29 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 
© Time, inc.; 25Feb53; MP3710. 

THE TWONKY. Arch Oboler Productions. 
Released by United Artists Corp. 72 min., 
sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the short story 
by Henry Kuttner. 

© Arch Obler Productions, ltd. (in notice: 
Arch Oboler Productions, ltd.); 10Jun53 (in 
notice: 1952); LP2951. 



U 



UNDER THE RED SEA. Thalia Productions. 
Released by RKO Radio Pictures. 67 min., 
sd.. b&w. 35mm. 

© Thalia Productions, inc.; 180ct52; 
LP2777. 

UNDERCOVER AGENT. Abtcon Pictures. Re- 
leased by Lippert Pictures. 68 min., sd., 
b&w, 35mm. Based on the short story Criss 
cross code, by Julian Symons. 
© Abtcon Pictures, inc.; 4Dec53; LP3097. 

UNDERSTANDING ON THE JOB (Filmstrip) 
National Gypsum Co. Made by Human Rela- 
tions for Industry, b&w, 35mm. © National 
Gypsum Co. 

11. 25 fr. © lAug53; JP2308. 

12. 29 fr. © lAug53; JP2309. 

UNDERSTANDING THE LAW: EQUAL JUS- 
TICE FOR ALL. Encyclopaedia Britannica 
Films. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

© Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.; 
25Jun53 (in notice: 1952); MP4052. 

UNEXPECTED GUEST. William Boyd Pro- 
ductions, sd., b&w, lemin. 

© William Boyd Productions, inc.; 31Dec47; 
LP2831. 

UNIFORM CIRCULAR MOTION. McGraw-Hill 
Book Co. Made by Audio Productions. 
8 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (College physics 
series) Produced with the cooperation of 
the Visual Aids Committee of the American 
Association of Physics Teachers, 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co.. inc.; 30Dec52 
(in notice: 1951); MP3905. 

THE UNITED NATIONS ORGANIZATION 
(Filmstrip) Life. Made by Colortech Films. 
75 fr.. b&w. 3 5mm. Based on news reports 
and articles which appeared in Life maga- 
zine. 
© Time, inc.; 50ct53; A115818. 

UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL COLOR 
PARADE. Motion pictures in this series, 
© Universal Pictures Co., inc., are entered 
separately under their respective titles. 

UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL NEWSREEL. 
Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel each, sd., 
b&w, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., inc. 



Volume 26. 




475. 


© 19Jun53 


MP3670. 


476. 


© 23Jun53 


MP3671 


477. 


© 26Jun53 


MP4123. 


478. 


© 30Jun53 


MP4124. 


479. 


© 3Jul53; 


MP4125. 


480. 


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MP4126. 


481. 


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MP4127. 


482. 


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MP4128. 


483. 


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MP4129. 


484. 


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MP4130. 


485. 


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MP4131. 


488. 


© 28Jul53; 


MP4132. 


487. 


© 31Jul53; 


MP4133. 



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MP4150. 
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UNUSUAL SPORTS. Twentieth Century-Fox 
Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. (Mel 
Allen's sport show) 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
30Oct53; MP4030. 

UPPER NEW YORK AND EASTERN CANADA 
TOUR: WINTER RESORTS. SEE Sightseeing 
with the Swayzes through Vacationland 
America, no. 8. 

THE USED-CAR BUYER AND YOU (Film- 
strip) Chrysler Sales Division. Made by 
Ross Roy, inc. 104 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
© Chrysler Corp.; 30Jul53; JP2222. 

USING COMPRESSED AIR (Filmstrip) Visual 
Sciences. 27 fr., color, 35mm. Eastman 
color. 

Appl. author: Gerrit C. Zwart, d.b.a. Visual 
Sciences. 
© Gerrit C. Zwart; 2Apr53; A101999. 



VALLEY OF HEADHUNTERS. Columbia 
Pictures Corp. 7 reels, sd., b&w, 35mjTi. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 31Aug53; 
LP2864. 

VEILS OF BAGDAD. Universal Pictures Co. 
9 reels, sd., color, 35mm. A Universal- 
International picture. Technicolor. 

© Universal Pictures Co., inc.; 8May53; 
LP2896. 

VENETIAN BIRD. SEE The assassin. 

VENICE. Centron Corp. Released by Young 
America Films. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mjn. 
With teacher's guide. 

Credits: Producer, Arthur H. Wolf. 

© Centron Corp., inc.; lNov53; MP4067. 

VICE SQUAD. Sequoia Pictures. Released by 
United Artists Corp. 87 min., sd., b&w, 
35mm. Based on the novel Harness bull, by 
Leslie T. White. 
© Sequoia Pictures, inc.; 8Jul53; LP2766. 

VICKI. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 
9 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a novel 
by Steve Fisher. 



THE VICTIM, 
theater. 



SEE The Ethel Barrymore 



pt. 9, 46 fr. 
pt. 12, 40 fr. 
pt. 15, 43 fr. 
pt. 18, 44 fr. 



VIE DE J£SUS, FILS DE DIEU. SAUVEUR DES 
HOMMES (Filmstrip) Productions Fran- 
gaises Cin^matographiques, Paris. 20 film- 
strips, color, 35mm. Part 1, 45 fr.; pt. 2, 
43 fr.; pt. 3, 43 fr.; pt. 4, 41 fr.; pt. 5, 40 fr.; 
pt. 6, 38 fr.; pt. 7, 43 fr.; pt. 8, 40 fr.; 

pt. 10, 43 fr.; pt. 11, 36 fr.; 
pt. 13, 40 fr.; pt. 14, 43 fr.; 
pt. 16, 39 fr.; pt. 17, 41 fr.; 
pt. 19, 38 fr.; pt. 20, 36 fr.; 
Presents de Les Films St. Joseph. 
Appl. author: Commission Eccl6siastique. 
© Productions Franjaises Cinfematographi- 
ques; lAug49; JP2228. 

VIGILANTE TERROR. Allied Artists Pro- 
ductions. Released by Monogram Pictures 
Corp. 70 min., sd., ti&w, 35mm. 

© Allied Artists, Monogram Pictures Corp.; 
180ct53; LP3031. 

VOLCANO. Artisti associati and Panaria 
Filna, Rome. Released in the U. S. by United 
Artists Corp. 106 min., sd., b&w, 35tnm. 
English dialog dubbed in. 

© Eagle-Lion Classics, inc.; 17Jun53 (in 
notice: 1951); LP2927. 



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THE WAGON TONGUE. March of Time. 
15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Our living lan- 
guage, no. 3) 
© Time, inc.; lSep53; MP4180. 

THE WAKE OF WAR. SEE Lone Ranger 
series, no. 116. 

WALTER LANTZ FOOLISH FABLE CAR- 
TUNE. Motion pictures in this series, 
© Universal International, are entered 
separately under their respective titles. 



WAR OF THE SPACE GIANTS, 
mando Cody, no. 5. 



SEE Com- 



WAR PAINT. K-B Productions. Released by 
United Artists Corp. 89 min., sd., color, 
35mm. Pathe color. 
© K-B Productions, inc.; 28Jul53; LP2993. 

WARNER PATHE NEWS. Warner News. 
1 reel each, sd., b&w, 35mm. © Warner 
News, inc. 

Volume 24. 

88. © 16Jun53; MP3676. 

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104. © 10Aug53; MP3851. 



Volume 25. 

1. © 14Aug53; MP3852. 

2. © 17Aug53; MP3856. 

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MP3991. 
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MP4112. 
MP4188. 
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THE WARNING SHADOW. American Cancer 
Society and the National Cancer Institute. 
Made by Herbert Kerkow, inc. 17 min., sd., 
color, 16mm. 

Credits: Written by Howard Breslin. 

© American Cancer Society, inc.; 19Mar53; 
MP3936. 

WASHINGTON, CITY OF DESTINY. SEE City 
of destiny. 

WASHINGTON, D. C., AND COLONIAL 
AMERICA. SEE Sightseeing with the Swayzes 
through vacationland America, no. 1. 

THE- WASHINGTON STORY. SEE Man against 
crime, June 17, 1953. 

WATER SAFETY. Centron Corp. Released 
by Young America Films. 10 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. With teacher's guide. 
Appl. author: Harold Harvey. 
© Centron Corp., inc.; lNov53; MP4062. 

WATERFRONT. SEE Big town, no. 14. 

THE WAY FORWARD. Broadman Films in 
cooperation with the State Conventions and 
the Executive Committee of the Southern 
Baptist Convention. 22 min., sd., b&w, 
16mm. 

Appl. author: Earl Waldrup. 

© Broadman Films; 15Jul53; MP3804. 

WE SAW IT HAPPEN. United Aircraft Corp. 
90 min. 
© United Aircraft Corp.; 14Dec53; MU5604. 

WEATHER (Filmstrip) Life. Made by Train- 
ing Films. 62 fr., b&w, 35mm. Developed 
from the article which appeared in Life, 
Sept. 13, 1943. 
© Time, inc.; 13Feb53; A101535. 

WEATHER (Filmstrip) Young America 
Films. 50 fr., color, 35mm. (Elenientary 
science series. Set no. 4) Eastman color. 

© Young America Films, inc.; 15Nov53; 
JP2362. 

WEDDING IN CORAL POINT. SEE Big town, 
no. 10. 

WEE WATER WONDERS. Paramount Pictures 
Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. (Grantland 
Rice sportlight) 

© Paramount Pictures Corp.; 10Jul53; 
MP3877. 

WEE-WILLIE WILDCAT. Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer. Released by Loew's. 7 min., sd., 
color, 35mm. Technicolor. 

© Loew's Incorporated; 2Jul53 (in notice: 
1951); LP2870. 

WEED CONTROL IN COTTON WITH CHLORO 
IPC. Columbia-Southern Chemical Corp. 
17 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. 

Appl. author: Eugene DeWald Witman. 

© Columbia-Southern Chemical Corp.; 
2Nov53; MP4047. 



116 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



July-Dec. 



WEEK-END IN CONNECTICUT. SEE Private 
secretary, no. 23. 

WEIRTON, U. S. A. RKO-Pathe in cooperation 
with Weirton Steel Co. 71 min., sd., b&w, 
ISmm. 
© Weirton Steel Co.; 15Jun53; MP3848. 

THE WEST (Filmstrip) Informative Class- 
room Picture Publishers. 70 fr., b&w, 
35mm. Correlated with the textbook and the 
picture portfolio by Dale L. Morgan entitled 
Life in America: the West. 

© Raymond E. Fideler and Nancy B. 
Fideler, d.b.a. Informative Classroom Pic- 
ture Publishers; 22Jun53; JP2350. 

WESTERN NEBRASKA (Filmstrip) William 
Timothy Miller. Made by Cineque Colorfilm 
Laboratories. 67 fr., color, 35mm.. Ansco 
color. 
© William T. Miller; 10Dec53; JP2392. 

WESTERN PIONEER TRAILS (Filmstrip) 
Educational Projections. 3 filmstrips in 
1 roll, color, 35mm. Eastman color. A Cur- 
riculum filmstrip. 

Contents: 1. Old Oregon Trail. 28 fr.— 2. 
Mormon Trail. 28 fr. — 3. Pony Express 
Trail. 29 fr. 

© Educational Projections, inc.; 15Jul53; 
JP2190. 

WHAT ARE MACHINES? Paul Harrison Film 
Productions. Released by Instructional 
Films. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 

© Paul Harrison; 22Apr53 (in notice: 1950); 
MPS 986. 

WHAT IS DIGESTION? (Filmstrip) Popular 
Science Pub. Co. 45 fr., color, 35mm. 
Ansco color. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 270ct53; 
JP2417. 

WHAT MAKES ENGINES RUN? (Filmstrip) 
Popular Science Pub. Co. 45 fr., color, 
35mm. Ansco color. 

© Popular Science Pub. Co., inc.; 2Sep53 ; 
JP2306. 

WHAT PARTS AND ACCESSORIES MEAN TO 
ME (Filmstrip) GMC Truck Division. Made 
by Jam Handy Organization. 75 fr., b&w, 
35min. 

© GMC Truck Division, General Motors 
Corp.; 190ct53; JU7690. 

WHEN A DREAM BECOMES REALITY (Film- 
strip) Cadillac Motor Car Division. Made 
by Haig and Patterson. 87 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
(Cadillac service round table film supple- 
ment, no. 6) With leader's meeting guide and 
sound slidefilm scenario. 

© Cadillac Motor Car Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 15May53; A118835. 

WHEN MOUSEHOOD WAS IN FLOWER. SEE 
Mighty Mouse in When mousehood was in 
flower. 

WHERE THE TRADE WINDS PLAY. Vita- 
phone Corp. 20 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
Technicolor. A Warner Bros, short subject. 
© Vitaphone Corp.; 27Jul53; MP3732. 

WHICH ONE ARE YOU? (Filmstrip) Chev- 
rolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy 
Organization. 72 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 27Jul53; JU7593. 

WHICH SIDE OF THE FENCE? SEE Death 
Valley days. no. 322. 

WHITE UNTO HARVEST (Filmstrip) Broad- 
man Films. 39 fr., b&w, 35mm. Selected 
scenes from the motion picture Lift up your 
eyes. 

Appl. author: Earl Waldrup. 

© Broadman Films; lJun53; JP2208. 

WHITE WITCH DOCTOR. Twentieth Century- 
Fox Film Corp. 95 min., sd., color, 35mm. 
Based on a novel by Louise A. Stinetorf. 



© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
30Jun53; LP2789. 

WILD OVER YOU. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 
7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Looney tune 
cartoon) Technicolor. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 27Jul53 (in notice: 
1952); MP3733. 

WIND AHOY. Twentieth Century-Fox Film 
Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. (Mel Allen's 
sport show) 

© Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 
lJul53; MP4106. 

WINTER AND SPRING. SEE The Ethel 
Barrymore theater. 

WIRE TAPPERS. SEE Man against crime, 
Aug. 14, 1953. 

WITH HIS HELP. Broadman Films. 30 min., 
sd., b&w, 16nim. 
Appl. author: Earl Waldrup, 
© Broadman Films; lMay53; MP3737. 

WITH THIS RING (Filmstrip) McGraw-Hill 
Book Co. Made by Documentary Film Pro- 
ductions. 31 fr., b&w. 35mm. (Marriage 
and family living series) Correlated with 
the book Your marriage and family living, 
by Paul H. Landis. 

© McGraw-Hill Book Co., inc.; llMay53; 
JP2154. 

WOLF BAIT. PAD Productions. 1 reel, sd., 
b&w, 16mm. 
© PAD Productions; lJan53; LP3071. 



THE WOMAN FROM OMAHA. 
Ranger series, no. 121. 



SEE Lone 



WOODLAND SKETCHES. Hoffberg Produc- 
tions. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. 

© Hoffberg Productions, inc.; llAug53; 
MP3784. 

WOODY WOODPECKER WALTER LANTZ 
CARTUNE. Motion pictures in this series, 
© Universal International, are entered 
separately under their respective titles. 

WORDS OF LIFE (Filmstrip) Broadman 
Films. 31 fr., b&w, 35mm. Selected scenes 
from the motion picture Sword of the spirit. 

Appl. author: Earl Waldrup. 

© Broadman Films; lJun53; JP2210. 

WORK SAFELY WITH REFRESHMENT ON 
THE JOB. Coca-Cola Co. Made by Jam 
Handy Organization. 1 reel, color, 16mm. 
Kodachrome. 

© The Jam Handy Organization, inc.; 
50ct53; MU5592. 

A WORKMAN UNASHAMED. Broadman Films. 
15 min., sd., b&w. 16mm. 
Appl. author: Earl Waldrup. 
© Broadman Films; lApr53; MP3743.- 
SEE ALSO Approved unto God. 

WORLD OF SPORTS. Motion pictures in this 
series, © Columbia Pictures Corp., are 
entered separately under their respective 
titles. 

WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP RODEO. Columbia 
Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. 

© Columbia Pictures Corp.; 21May53; 
MP4082. 

THE WORLD'S MOST MODERN TRUCKS IN 
DESIGN (Filmstrip) Dodge Division. Made 
by Ross Roy, inc. 89 fr., color, 35mm. 
Eastman color. 
© Chrysler Corp.; 120ct53; JP2338. 

THE WORLD'S MOST MODERN TRUCKS IN 
POWER (Filmstrip) Dodge Division. Made 
by Ross Roy. inc. 93 fr.. b&w, 35mm. 
© Chrysler Corp.; 120ct53; JP2337. 

WRESTLING FUNDAMENTALS AND TECH- 
NIQUES. SEE 
Escapes and reverses. 



Rides and pin holds. 
Takedowns and counters. 

WRESTLING WRECKS. Universal Pictures 
Co. 6 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Woody 
Woodpecker Walter Lantz cartune) Techni- 
color. 

© Universal International; 26Jun53; 
MP3672. 



X-Y-Z 

YALE: NEW HORIZONS FOR AMERICAN 
EDUCATION. March of Time. 28 min., sd., 
b&w, 16mm. 
© Time, inc.; 27May53; MP3945. 

YANKEE GOLD. SEE The stranger wore a 
gun. 

YE ARE WITNESSES (Filmstrip) Broadman 
Films. 37 fr., b&w, 35mm. Scenes from the 
motion picture And make disciples. 
Appl. author: Earl Waldrup. 
© Broadman Films; lJun53; JP2212. 

YEARS AGO. SEE The actress. 

THE YELLOW BALLOON. Marble Arch Pro- 
ductions and Associated British Picture 
Corp.. London. Released in the U. S. by 
Allied Artists Productions. 80 min., sd., 
b&w, 35mm. 

© Monogram Pictures Corp.; 40ct53; 
LP3007. 

YOU ARE A PRO (Filmstrip) Barber-Greene 
Co. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 
77 fr., b&w, 35mm. 

© The Barber-Greene Co., Manufacturers; 
14Sep53; JU7662. 



THE YOUNGEST YEGG, 
no. 23. 



SEE Big town. 



YOUR ALL-STAR THEATRE. Screen Gems. 
3 reels each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Screen 
Gems, inc. 

1. Life, liberty, and Orrin Dooley. 
© lNov52; LP2793. 

2. Jr. © lNov52; LP2794. 

3. National honeymoon. © lNov52; LP2795. 

4. Birth of a hero. © lNov52; LP2796. 

5. Girl in the park. © 2Sep53 (in notice; 
1952); LP3055. 

6. Edge of the law. © lNov52; LP2797. 

7. Protect her honor. © lNov52; LP2798. 

8. Sunk. © lNov52; LP2799. 

9. Change of heart. © lNov52; LP2800. 

10. Something old, something new. 
© lNov52; LP2801. 

11. Crossed and double crossed. © lNov52; 
LP2802. 

12. So many things happen. © lNov52; 
LP2803. 

13. Heart of gold. © lNov52; LP2804. 

14. They also serve. © lJan53; LP2805. 

15. It happened in a pawnshop. © lJan53; 
LP2806. 

16. This is my heart. © lJan53; LP2807. 

17. The sermon of the gun. © lJan53; 
LP2808. 

18. Adventure in Connecticut, © lJan53; 
LP2809. 

19. Firstborn. © lJan53; LP2810. 

20. Old man's bride. © 1 Jan53; LP281 1. 

21. Margin for fear. © lJan53; LP2812. 

22. All's fair in love. © lJan53; LP2813. 

23. Madame 44. © lJan53; LP2814. 

24. My daughter's husband. © lJan53; 
LP2815. 

25. The bet. © lJan53; LP2816. 

26. Double exposure. © lJan53; LP2817. 

Allison, ltd. © 2Sep53; LP2874. 

The jewel. © 2Sep53; LP2884. 

Just what the doctor ordered. © 2Sep53; 

LP2875. 
Lady and the champ. © 2Sep53; LP2878. 
Life of the party. © 2Sep53; LP2877. 
Look for tomorrow. © 2Sep53; LP2880. 
Malaya incident. © 2Sep53; LP2882. 
People vs. Johnson. © 2Sep53; LP2886. 



1953 



MOTION PICTURES AND FILMSTRIPS 



H7 



Son-in-law. © 2Sep53; LP2885. 

Sweet talk me Jackson. © 2Sep53; LP2879. 

There's no place like home. © 2Sep53; 

LP2881. 
To any soldier. © 2Sep53; LP2876. 
The trestle. © 2Sep53; LP2883. 

YOUR FIRST DRIVE. Aetna Casualty and 
Surety Co. 5 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Drivo- 
trainer film, no. 3) Produced in cooperation 
with the Board of Education of the City of 
New York. 
Credits: Author, Paul B. CuUen. 
© The Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 
24Feb53; MP3965. 



YOUR MARRIAGE AND FAMILY LIVING. 
Family portrait. JP2153. 



SEE 



Future in hand. JP2152. 
It's a date. JP2151. 
Seeing double. JP2150. 
With this ring. JP2154. 

YOUR ROAD TEST. Aetna Casualty and 
Surety Co. 27 min., sd., b&w, IGmm. (Dri- 
votrainer film, no. 22) Produced in coopera- 
tion with the Board of Education of the City 
of New York. 

Credits: Author, Paul B. CuUen. 

© The Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 
24Feb53; MP3961. 

YOUR SECOND DRIVE. Aetna Casualty and 
Surety Co. 4 min., sd., b&w, 1 6mm. (Drivo- 
trainer film, no. 5) Produced in cooperation 



with the Board of Education of the City of 
New York. 

Credits: Author, Paul B. Cullen. 

® The Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 
24Feb53; MP3962. 

YOU'VE GOT SALES INSURANCE (Filmstrip) 
Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jami 
Handy Organization. 56 fr., b&w, 35mm. 
(Used car selling series, no. 4) 

© Chevrolet Motor Division, General 
Motors Corp.; 14Sep53; JU7670. 

ZIPPING ALONG. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 
7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Merrie melodies 
cartoon) Technicolor. 

© The Vitaphone Corp.; 26Sep53 (in notice: 
1952); MP3930, 



CLASSIFIED LIST 



A list of the films registered for copyright during the period 
covered by this catalog, arranged according to general type or 
intended use. Consult the section, "Motion Pictures and Film- 
strips" for data as to length, content, credits, etc. 



THEATRICAL FILMS 



Feature Pictures 

Abbott and Costello meet Dr. 

Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 
The actress 
Affair in Monte Carlo 
Affair with a stranger 
The affairs of Messalina 
All American 
Appointment in Honduras 
Arena 
Arrowhead 
The assEissin 
Bad for each other 
The band wagon 
Bandits of the West 
Below the Sahara 
The big heat 
Big leaguer 

A blueprint for murder 
Border city rustlers 
The caddy 
Captain pirate 
Champ for a day 
The charge at Feather River 
Charge of the Lancers 
China venture 
City of bad men 
City that never sleeps 
Clipped wings 
Combat squad 
Conquest of Cochise 
Cruisin' down the river 
Dangerous crossing 
Decameron nights 
Devil's canyon 
The diamond queen 
Donovan's brain 
Down Laredo way 
Dragonfly Squadron 
Dream wife 
El Alamein 
The fake 

The farmer takes a wife 
Fighter attack 
The fighting lawman 
The fighting men 
Flame of Calcutta 
Fort Algiers 
Fort Ti 

From here to eternity 
Gentlemen prefer blondes 
The glory brigade 
The great Jesse James raid 
Gun belt 
Gun fury 
Half a hero 
Honky tonk burlesque 
Hot news 
Houdini 
I, the jury 
Inferno 

Iron Mountain Trail 
Island in the sky 
It came from outer space 
Jack Slade 
Jennifer 

Johnny the giant killer 
The kid from left field 
Killer ape 



Last of the pony riders 

Latin lovers 

Let's do it again 

A lion is in the streets 

The living desert 

Louisiana Territory 

The magnetic monster 

Main Street to Broadway 

The man from the Alamo 

Man in hiding 

Man in the dark 

Marry me again 

The marshal's daughter 

The master of Ballantrae 

The maze 

Mexican manhunt 

Mission over Korea 

Mr. Lord says "No" 

Mr. Potts goes to Moscow 

Mister scoutmaster 

The moon is blue 

The moonlighter 

Murder without tears 

My heart goes crazy 

The Neanderthal man 

The Nebraskan 

A night in Hollywood 

Night without stars 

99 River Street 

No escape 

Norman Conquest 

Northern patrol 

Paratrooper 

Paris model 

Prisoners of the Casbah 

Private eyes 

Project Moon Base 

Rebellion 

Return to Paradise 

Roman holiday 

The Royal African Rifles 

Sabre jet 

Safari drums 

Saginaw Trail 

Sailor of the King 

Savage frontier 

The sea around us 

Sea devils 

Second chance 

Secret of Outlaw Flats 

Shadow man 

Shadows of Tombstone 

Shane 

Shoot first 

Sins of Jezebel 

Siren of Bagdad 

Six gun decision 

Sky commando 

Slaves of Babylon 

So this is love 

Something money can't buy 

Stalag 17 

The stand at Apache River 

The Steel Lady 

Stormy, the thoroughbred with an 

inferiority complex 
The stranger wore a gun 
The sun shines bright 
Sweethearts on parade 
Tarzan and the she-devil 
Terror on a train 
Texas bad man 
Thief of Venice 



Thunder Bay 

Thy neighbor's wife 

Topeka 

Trent's last case 

Two gun marshal 

The Twonky 

Under the Red Sea 

Undercover agent 

Valley of headhunters 

Veils of Bagdad 

Vice squad 

Vicki 

Vigilante terror 

Volcano 

War paint 

White witch doctor 

The yellow balloon 



Aninnated Cartoons 

Aesop's fable— Sparky, the fire- 
fly (Terrytoon) 

Baby wants a battle (Popeye the 
sailor) 

Ben and me 

By the old mill scream (Casper) 

Christopher Crumpet 

Dinnwit in How to keep cool 
(Terrytoon) 

Dimwit in How to relax 
(Terrytoon) 

Dinky in The timid scarecrow 
(Terrytoon) 

Don's fountain of youth (Donald 
Duck) 

Drinks on the mouse (Herman 
and Katnip) 

Duck Dodgers in the 24th 1/2 
century (Merrie melodies) 

Firemen's brawl (Popeye the 
sailor) 

The flying turtle (Walter Lantz 
foolish fable) 

Football now and then 

Gerald MacBoing Boing's sym- 
phony (Jolly frolics) 

Heckle and Jeckle the talking 
magpies in Blind date (Terry- 
toon) 

Heckle and Jeckle the talking 

magpies in Log rollers (Terry- 
toon) 

Heckle and Jeckle the talking 
magpies in Ten pin terrors 
(Terrytoon) 

Heir bear 

How to dance (Goofy) 

Little Boo-Peep (Casper) 

Little Roquefort in Friday the 
13th (Terrytoon) 

Little Roquefort in Mouse menace 
(Terrytoon) 

Little Roquefort in Runaway 
mouse (Terrytoon) 

Magoo's masterpiece (The near- 
sighted Mr. Magoo) 

Mighty Mouse in Spare the rod 
(Terrytoon) 

Mighty Mouse in When mouse - 
hood was in flower (Terrytoon) 

The mouse and the lion (Walter 
Lantz foolish fable) 



The new neighbor (Donald Duck) 
No pla6e like Rome (Kartune) 
Safety spin (The near-sighted 

Mr. Magoo) 
Snow time for comedy (Blue 

ribbon hit parade) 
A street cat named Sylvester 

(Looney tune) 
Surf bored (Noveltoon) 
TV of tomorrow 
The talking magpies in Bargain 

daze (Terrytoon) 
Terry Bears in Growing pains 

(Terrytoon) 
Terry Bears in Open house 

(Terrytoon) 
Terry Bears in The reluctant pup 

(Terrytoon) 
Tom-tom tomcat (Merrie 

melodies) 
Toot, whistle, plunk, and boom 

(Adventures in music) 
Toreadorable (Popeye the sailor) 
Wee-Willie WUdcat 
Wild over you (Looney tune) 
Wrestling wrecks (Woody Wood- 
pecker Walter Lantz) 
Zipping along (Merrie melodies) 



Short Subjects 

A is for atom 

The Alaskan Eskimo (People and 
places) 

All joking astride (Sportscope) 

Bandit island 

Basketball highlights 

Bat boy (Sportscope) 

Beyond the frontier 

Billiard and bowling champs 
(World of sports) 

Britain's skyblazers (Screen- 
liner) 

Calamity strikes (See it happen) 

Canadian Mounties 

Candid microphone 

Cash slashers (Pete Smith 
specialty) 

City of destiny (This world of 
ours) 

Collegiate circus champs (Grant- 
land Rice sportlight) 

Conquest of Ungava 

Desert killer (Sports parade) 

Dude ranch sports (World of 
sports) 

Escape to freedom 

Fighting fins (Sportscope) 

Football roundup (Mel Allen's 
sport show) 

Germany (This world of ours) 

Gone fishin' 

Green Mountain speedsters 
(Grantland Rice sportlight) 

Greyhound capers (Animal 
cavalcade) 

Hal hal from Hollywood (Screen 
snapshots) 

He popped his pistol 

Hit 'im again 

Holiday island 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



THEATRICAL FILMS. Cont'd. 
Short Subjects. Cont'd. 

Hollywood's great comedians 
(Screen snapshots) 

Hollywood's pair of Jacks 
(Screen snapshots) 

Hurricane hunters (Pacemaker) 

Impact of tragedy (See it happen) 

Kamikaze (See it happen) 

King of the sky (Universal- 
International color parade) 

Laurentian sports holiday (Mel 
Allen's sport show) 

Legion at bat 

Let's ask Nostradamus 

(Prophecies of Nostradamus) 

Looking at life 

Love's a poppin' 

Morning light (Mel Allen's sport 
show) 

The mountain movers (Screen- 
liner) 

Out West in Hollywood (Screen 
snapshots) 

Prowlers of the Everglades 
(True-life adventure) 

Quebec camera hunt (Sportscope) 

Ride a white horse (Sports 
parade) 

Rocky Marciano, champion, vs. 
Jersey Joe Walcott, challenger 

Sea-going smoke eaters (Screen- 
liner) 

Seaside sports (Sportscope) 

The seeing eye 

Shark killers 

Singapore (This world of ours) 

Spies and guys (All star comedy) 

Spooks 

This is Versailles (Topnotcher) 

Three big bears (Animal 
cavalcade) 

Tower of destiny 

Transatlantic hop 

Unusual sports (Mel Allen's 
sport show) 

Wee water wonders (Grantland 
Rice sportlight) 

Where the trade winds play 

Wind ahoy (Mel Allen's sport 
show) 

World's championship rodeo 



Serials 

Canadian Mounties vs. atomic 

invaders 
Canadian Mounties vs. atomic 

invaders 
Commando Cody 
The great adventures of Captain 

Kidd 
The lost planet 



Newsreels 

Movietone news 

News of the day 

Paramount news 

Universal International newsreel 

Warner Pathe news 



NONTHEATRICAL FILMS 



Classroom Films 

Age of turmoil 

Alcohol and tobacco: what they do 
to our bodies 

The American Revolution 

Anxiety: its phenomenology in the 
first year of life 

The atom and agriculture 

Atom smashers 

Atomic radiation 

Atomic research: areas and de- 
velopment 

The B flat clarinet 

Backing 

The backyard artist 



The Baltimore plan 

Beginning French: intonation 

Billy and Nanny, the goat twins 

Black bear twins 

British factory foreman 

British mill owner 

Brush tips in water color; a land- 
scape developed 

Building better paragraphs 

Can you follow and turn safely 

Cancer 

Carbon fourteen 

Carnot cycle: Kelvin temperature 
scale 

Chalkboard utilization 

Checking your first drive 

Checking your second drive 

Chemistry and a changing world 

The children's vocabulary of a 
new sign language 

Cities: how they grow 

A citizen participates 

City pets: fun and responsibility 

College: your challenge 

Communications 

Community governments: how 
they function 

Competition and big business 

Development of the chick embryo 

Diagonal and parallel parking 

Diesel engine: ideal diesel cycle 

Don't get angry 

Doppler effect 

Driving in heavy city traffic 

Driving in light city traffic 

Driving on hills 

The elementary teacher: 
beginning student teaching 

The employment interview 

English farm family 

English through pictures 

Escapes and reversals 

Finger painting methods 

Fire exit drill at our school 

First aid: fundamentals 

Forest ranger 

Gasoline engine: Otto cycle 

Geography of the Middle Atlantic 
States 

The girl with the lamp 

Goldilocks and the three bears 

The good loser 

Good speech for Gary 

Grievance hearing 

Health: your food 

Health: your posture 

Home nursing: fundamentals 

Homework: studying on your own 

How alert a driver are you 

How quiet helps at school 

How to conduct a discussion 

How to drive on hills 

How to follow and turn safely 

How to steer like an expert 

How to turn the car around 

How well can you steer 

The human body: skeleton 

Industrial arts: Hand saws 

Industrial arts: Measuring and 
squaring 

Industrial arts: Planes 

Industrial arts: Using nails and 
screws 

Job evaluation and merit rating 

Kodak photo resist for litho- 
graphic platemaking 

Learning to shift and steer 

Let's catch reptiles 

Life cycle of the muscovy duck 

Life in a garden 

Life in the Sahara 

The life story of a watermold: 
allomyces 

Literature appreciation: how to 
read plays 

Lugano, Switzerland 

The machine maker 

The meaning of adolescence 

The meaning of elections 

Meaning of plus and minus 

Measurement of the speed of 
light 

Meeting the needs of adolescents 

Mickey's big chance 

Microscopic wonders in water 



The Mohammedan world: begin- 
nings and growth 

Mother Hen's family: the wonder 
of birth 

Music: career or hobby 

The nature of heat 

Nature's plan 

New doorways to learning 

The number system 

Office courtesy: meeting the 
public 

Office teamwork 

Organizing discussion groups 

Our big, round world 

Our country's song 

Oxford student 

Paris, the ageless city 

Parking your car 

Passing safely 

Physical aspects of puberty 

Remnants of a race 

Rhythmic exercises 

Rides and pin holds 

Sadler's Wells ballerina 

Safety on the playground 

Science and agriculture: the story 
of soy beans 

Scottish miner 

Selecting dairy heifers for herd 
development 

Selling as a career 

Shaping the personality: the role 
of mother-child relations in 
infancy 

Silent night: story of the Christ- 
mas carol 

The skeleton 

Social-sex attitudes in adoles- 
cence 

Special days in February 

Speech: conversation 

Starting smoothly 

Story acting is fun 

Story-telling: can you tell it in 
order 

Student government at work 

Supervisory conferences 

Syngamy and alternation of gen- 
erations in allomyces: a water- 
mold 

Takedowns and counters 

Three little kittens 

Turning the car around 

Understanding the law: equal 
justice for all 

Uniform circular motion 

Venice 

Water safety 

What are machines 

Your first drive 

Your road test 

Your second drive 



Informational and Recrea- 
tional Films 

Adventures at day camp 

And make disciples 

Balmville tree 

Bridge at the Brown's 

Cable car 

Call of the Navajo 

Captain Quest and his junior 
explorers 

Castillos en Espafla 

Communications 

Coraz6n de Castilla 

Dear Uncle 

The employment interview 

Forging in closed dies 

Gaon sathis^friends of the 
village 

Gateway to health 

The glass center of Corning 

Good housekeeping for men only 

The Grand 

Grievance hearing 

He that winneth 

Heavenly harmonies 

High gear 

The history of weather move- 
ments. Northern Hemisphere 
sea level, 1899-1939: North 
America upright, 6 f/m 



July-Dec. 



Holy night 

I beheld His glory 

Isaac and Rebecca 

It's a snap 

It's fun to grow 

Job evaluation and merit rating 

Juanito's story 

Lift up your eyes 

The little menace 

Living insurance 

Madrid 

The majestic Hudson 

Miracle 

The mock air raid 

The National Park Rangers 

No way home 

Opportunity America 

Our changing world 

Our U. S. flag 

Paper work 

The patient returns 

Piercing the unknown 

Plateau marriage dance 

A poem of life 

Punch and Trudy 

Red Cross report 1953 

Repression to privilege 

San Francisco 

Sea power for freedom 

Seconds count 

Silver lightning 

Song of the wanderer 

Stay alert, stay alive 

Supervisory conferences 

Sword of the spirit 

Teaching speech to deaf children 

That they may hear 

Their future is yours 

This little pig went to market 

Toward a generation of safer 

drivers 
Trick and fancy roping act 
The warning shadow 
The way forward 
We saw it happen 
Weirton, U. S. A. 
With His help 
Woodland sketches 
A workman unashamed 



Industrial Films 

Ali Baba and the thieves 
Beer belongs 
Design for selling 
Developing management 
Flint welcomes Craftsman's 

Guild winners 
For solid value 
The fox and the grapes 
Fusion welding 
The gentle touch 
The glass center of Corning 
The grasshopper and the ants 
The hall of wonders 
The heart of our business 
The hound and the rabbit 
How to transport, place, finish, & 

cure quality concrete 
It's a wonderful day 
It's in the air 
It's time for everybody 
The lion and the mouse 
Little Red Riding Hood 
Look who's talking 
Man with a thousand hands 
A matter of importance 
A matter of management 
New worlds in motion 
Opportunity America 
Power insurance 
A report on your investment 
Sheet metal correction 
Silver anniversary 
Stran-Steel framing, U. S. A. 
Symphony night 
TV home buyers guide 
Take it off 

This is your business 
The tortoise and the hare 
Trane easy-to-install baseboard 
Weed control in cotton with 

Chloro IPC 
Work safely with refreshment 

on the job 



1953 



MOTION PICTURES— CLASSIFIED LIST 



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Entertainment Films 

Perils of Pauline 
Wolf bait 



TELEVISION FILMS 

Adventures of Superman 

Adventures out of doors 

The air age 

The Alan Young show 

America's new no. 1 sport 

Annie Oakley 

Bangkok, oasis on a troubled 

continent 
Beer 

Berlin, rift in the Iron curtain 
Big town 
Black sheep 
The Bobby Breen show 
Bobo the hobo and his traveling 

troupe in Bill Brawny private 

eye 
Bobo the hobo and his traveling 

troupe in Magic on the Hudson 
Bobo the hobo and his traveling 

troupe in The elf who couldn't 

be bad 
Bobo the hobo and his traveling 

troupe in The elves and King 

Kotton 
Bobo the hobo and his traveling 

troupe in The 49'ers 
Bobo the hobo and his traveling 

troupe in The lost mine 
Bobo the hobo and his traveling 

troupe in The lost space ship 
Bobo the hobo and his traveling 

troupe in The maid and the 

naonster 
Bobo the hobo and his traveling 

troupe in The three wishes 
Bobo the hobo and his traveling 

troupe in The toy shop 
Bobo the hobo and his traveling 

troupe in Trouble in Texas 
City detective 
The dead don't dream 
Death Valley days 
Deep meanings 
The Edward Arnold story: 

Edward Arnold presents 

Turtle Wax auto polish 
The Ethel Barrymore theater 
Gambling 
Gene Autry series 
The gingerbread man 
How does your garden grow 
The indomitable blacksmith 
John Kieraan's kaleidoscope 
Korea, the long road to peace 
Las Vegas, frontier town of two 

centuries 
Learning tennis with Don Budge 
Lone Ranger series 
Make way for the Queen 
Man against crime 
Mr. and Mrs. North 
The new industrial South: a pro- 
gress report 
Night strike 

Oldsmobile demonstration ride 
Omaha, rail metropolis of the 

Plains 
Out of darkness 
Out of the cannon's mouth 
Pirate's choice 
Private secretary 
The promised land 
Real George 

Schlitz playhouse of stars 
Sightseeing with the Swayzes 

through vacationland America 
Silent conflict 

Sport cars for the American road 
Strange gamble 
They're off 
Time for a trip 
Topper 
The tourists' Europe 



The two worlds of France: Paris 
and the France beyond 

Unexpected guest 

The wagon tongue 

Yale: new horizons for American 
education 

Your all-star theatre 



FILMSTRIPS 

Age of turmoil 

Air power in the atomic age 

Alaska 

All to the good 

Always ask for the order 

Approved unto God 

Arc welding on the farm 

The art of used-car appraising 

Assets of the free world 

Basketball for boys: elementary 
grades 

Best engineered car, the 1954 
Chrysler 

The best in a car 

Britain 1953 

Building color schemes 

By faith 

C the diff