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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

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CATALOG 

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COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

Dramatic Compositions 

AND 

Motion Pictures 



volume 9 
FOR THE YEAR 1936 

Nos. 1-12 



Published by Authority of the Acts of Congress of March 3, 1891 
of June 30, 1906, and of March 4, 1909 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1937 



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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



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



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DnAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 



1936 

VOLUME 9 
No. 1 



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^CE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Group 3, 
*■ issued monthly, contains titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. 
Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles of the entries made in 
Class " D ", Dramatic compositions, and Dramatico-musical compositions, arranged 
alphabetically by title; Class "L", Motion-picture photoplays; and Class " M ", 
Motion pictures other than photoplays, arranged alphabetically by title. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, the preliminary 
entry of titles has been abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with 
an application for entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: " D ", Class D, 
Dramatic compositions; 'Mi", Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; and " M ", 
Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. " © " implies copyright regis- 
tration of a published work followed by date of publication; " © 1 c." stands for 
copyright of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copyright 
Office of the printed or manuscript copy; and " 2 c." for two copies, followed by 
date of their receipt. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been 
renewed under section 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this issue 
immediately following the drama list. 

Imprints. — When the publishers of dramatic compositions are also the claim- 
ants of copyright, their names are omitted from the imprint. 

The annual index contains the names of all copyright proprietors, the names 
of authors and titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion 
pictures. 

The act of March 4, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
" shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated 
therein as regards any copyright registration." 

The annual subscription price for the Catalog of Copyright Entries (received 
only for the calendar year) for Part 1, Group 3, is $2.00 for 1936, payable in 
advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money 
order, express order, or New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices 
of the various parts of the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3. 00 

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

Lectures, and Maps 3.00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures 2. 00 

Part 2, Periodicals 2. 00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions 3. 00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations 2. 00 

Single numbers (except Book leaflets) .50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2.00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10. 00 



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NOTICE 



The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or 
articles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the 
District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
and still remaining on the shelves of the Copyright Office may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright under the provisions of section 
60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that, insofar as any copyright 
articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, inclu- 
sive, are still remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are 
not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or to any other gov- 
ernmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles 
may be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such 
claimant prior to December 31, 1936. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical composi- 
tions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or 
photographs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs 
filed for identifying works of art may not be returned. No maps 
are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record 
should make formal request for the return of the articles, which 
must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will 
be supplied on request. Address Register of Copyrights, Library 
of Congress, Washington, D. C. 



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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



A bon entendeur . . . coinedie en 1 
acte, de Georges Montignac [pseud, 
of Georges Riboulet] Paris [1935] 
cover-title, 16 p. 8 vo. © Oct. 1, 
1935; 1 e. Dec. 20; D 38972; C. 
Joubert et cie., Paris. 1 

A. Mann and his money ; a 2-act play, 
by Julius T. Jones. Franklin, O., 
Denver, Col., 1935. 13 p. 12 mo. 
( [Eldridge church entertainments] ) 
© June 20, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936 ; 
D 40184; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 2 

Across the Rio Grande. See Mexican 
rendezvous. 

Across the river (Welfare Island) ; 
a play of prison life in 4 acts, by 
Bill Williams [pseud, of H. E. Wil- 
liams] © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1936; D 
40387; Harold E. Williams, New 
York. 3 

Action sale scheme; [by Kenneth B. 
Backman] 1935. 10 numb. 1. 4to. 
© Dec. 27, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1936 ; 
D 40123 ; Boston better business bu- 
reau, inc., Boston. 4 

Admirals all ; an amphibious adven- 
ture in 3 acts, by Ian Hay [pseud, of 
John Hay Beith] and Stephen King- 
Hall. London, New York, 1935. 87 
p. plates. 8vo. ([French's acting 
edition, no. 1926] ) © May 13. 1935 ; 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1936 ; D 40518 ; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 5 

Adorable : a comedy of youth in 3 acts, 
by Claudia Harris. Boston, Mass. 
[1936] 93 p. diagr. 12mo. ([Bak- 
er's edition of plays] ) © Jan. 21, 
1936 : 2 c. Jan. 24 ; D 40341 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 6 

Adventures of Buddy and Ginger ; pro- 
grams nos. 66-95, by J. B. Downie. 
© 1 c. each Nov. 29, 1935 ; D 3S494 ; 
Mid-west recordings, inc., Minneap- 
olis. 7 

Adventures (The) of Tom Sawyer; a 
play in 3 acts, by Charles George, a 
dramatization based on The adven- 
tures of Tom Sawyer, by Samuel L. 
Clemens [Mark Twain] Boston, 
Mass. [1936] 6 p. 1., 132 p. front, 
illus. 12mo. ([Baker's profes- 



sional plays]) © Jan. 18, 1936; 2 
c. Jan. 24; D 40336; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 8 

Africanella ; in 8 atti, di C. Giglio. © 
1 c. Jan. 23, 1936; D 40367; Cle- 
mente Giglio, New York. 9 

Against the day ; an historical drama 
in 3 acts and epilogue, by M. D. Wat- 
kins. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1936 ; D 40084 ; 
Maurine Dallas Watkins, Indianap- 
olis. 10 

Age (The) of youth; a comedy in 3 
acts, by H. F. Maltby and Fredi 
Wynn. London, New York, 1935. 
118 p. diagr. 12mo. ([French's 
acting edition, no. 725]) © June 
26, 1935 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936 ; D 40509 ; 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 11 

Airways ; a musical and vodvil idea, 
by W. E. Hendrickson. © 1 c. Dec. 
9, 1935; D 40245; Willard E. Hen- 
drickson, Seattle. 12 

Alabaster (The) cruse; a drama of 
the first Eastertide, based on the 
Gospel according to Mark, by Made- 
leine Sweeny Miller (Mrs. J. Lane 
Miller) New York, Los Angeles [etc., 
etc., 1935] 5 p. 1., 20 p. plate. 
12mo. © Sept. 19, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 
31, 1936; D 40473; Samuel French, 
New York. 13 

Album leaf; by George Porter. {In 
The one-act theatre, The fifth book. 
London, 1935) © May 28, 1935; 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1936 ; D 40531 ; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 14 

Alf Frothblower v. Batsin-Belf ry ; a 
mock trial, by S. M. Farmer. Lon- 
don. New York, 1935. 38 p. 12mo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 1775] ) 
© July 17, 1935 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936 ; 
D 40507; Samuel French, ltd. Lon- 
don. 15 

All I want is Jocko. See Romance of 
the circus. 

Amateur (The) gentleman; script no. 
9, a dramatization for radio of Jef- 
frey Farnol's story of the same 
name, by Edith Meiser. © 1 c. Jan. 
11, 1936; D 40246; McKnight and 
Jordan, inc., New York. 16 



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And on your left; a drama in 3 acts, 
by Elizabeth Yolande Gilbert [i. e. 
E. G. Koskoff ] © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1936 ; 
D 40371; Elizabeth Gilbert Koskoff, 
Boston. 17 

Angel in disguise; a play in 2 acts, 
by H. Gale. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1936; 
D 40417 ; Houston Gale, Los Angeles. 

18 

Ann Worth — housewife; by Thomas 

Dougall. nos. A-46, A-47. © 1 c. 

each Jan. 2, 1936; D 38981, 38982; 

Kunsky-Trendle broadcasting corp., 

Detroit. 19, 20 

nos. A-48, A-49. © 1 c. each 

Jan. 9, 1936; D 40073, 40074; Kun- 
sky-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 21, 22 

nos. A-50, A-51. © 1 c. each 



Jan. 16, 1986; D 40255, 40256 

Kunsky-Trendle broadcasting corp., 

Detroit. 23, 24 

nos. A-52, A-53. © 1 c. each 



Jan. 23, 1936; D 40373, 40374 
Kunsky-Trendle broadcasting corp., 
Detroit. 25, 26 

nos. A-54, A-55. © 1 c. each 

Jan. 30, 1936; D 40488, 40490; 
Kunsky-Trendle broadcasting corp., 
Detroit. 27, 2S 

Annie Laurie; a romantic play in 3 
acts (suggested by the immortal bal- 
lard) by Wall Spence. Minneapolis, 
Minn., 1936. S'8 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Jan. 3, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan 7 ; D 40056 ; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 29 

Approach to fame ; a play in 10' scenes, 
by L. Sack. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1936; 
D 40254 ; Louis Sack, New York. 30 

Archduke, inc. ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
William Wyatt [pseud, of A. W. 
Wyatt Taylor] © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1936 ; 
D 40485; A. W. Wyatt Taylor, New 
York. 31 

Aria fantastique; a 1 act play, by 
Emily Kingsbery [i. e. E. K. Fer- 
rara] Text. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1936 ; 
D 40243; Emily Kingsbery Ferrara, 
Los Angeles. 32 

Arnold Douglas ; scripts nos. 11, 12, by 
Don Becker. © 1 c. each June 26, 
1935 ; D 36146, 36147 ; Crosley radio 
corp., Cincinnati. 33, 34 

Around New York with Antoinette 
Donnelly ; by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
episodes nos. 28-38. © 1 c. each 
Jan. 11, 1936; D 40147-40157; Dag- 
gett & Ramsdell, New York. 35-45 



episode no. 39. © 1 c. Jan. 

22, 1936; D 40439; Daggett & Rams- 
dell, New York. 46 

As others see us; [by] Luella E. Mc- 
Mahon. Sioux City, la., 1935. 3 
numb 1. 4to. © Sept. 1, 1935; 2 
c. Dec. 16; aff. Jan. 13, 1936; AA 
193218; Wetmore declamation bu- 
reau, Sioux City, la. 47 

As you were! a play in 3 acts by 
H. R. Misrock. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1936 ; 
D 40095; Henry R. Misrock, New 
York. 48 

Astuzie d'amore; 3 quadri, di Arturo 
Rossato, musica di Franco Casavola, 
riduzione per canto e pianoforte di 
Guido Zuccoli. Milano, Roma [etc., 
etc.] 1935. 2 p. 1., 157 p. 4to. © 
Dec. 30, 1935 ; 1 c. Dec. 30 ; D 39007 ; 
G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 49 

Aunt Effie goes horseback riding; 
[by] Luella E. McMahon. Sioux 
City, la., 1935. 2 numb. 1. 4to. © 
Sept. 1, 1935 ; 2 c. Dec. 16 ; aff. Jan. 
13, 1936; AA 193219; Wetmore dec- 
lamation bureau, Sioux City, la. 

50 

Aunt (The) of England; a play in 3 
acts, by Cosmo Hamilton and An- 
thony Gibbs. London, New York, 
1935. 72 p. plate. 8vo. ([French's 
acting edition, no. 738] ) © Oct: 8, 
1935 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936 ; D 40513 ; 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 51 

Author ! Author ! a comedy in 3 acts, 
by H. C. Morris. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 
1936; D 38996; Herman C. Morris, 
Brooklyn. 52 

Back from Troy; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by J. Matheson. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 
1936 ; D 40285 ; John Matheson, Fort 
Bel voir, Va. 53 

Bagdad ; a play in 2 acts, by N. Gugen- 
heim and B. Herpel. © 1 c. Jan. 
8, 1936; D 40067; Nancey Gugen- 
heim and Betty Herpel, West Palm 
Beach, Fla. 54 

Bait advertising (T. O. system) ; [by 
Kenneth B. Backman] [1936] 9 
numb. 1. 4to. © Jan. 8', 1936; 
2 c. Jan. 10 ; D 40116 ; Boston better 
business bureau, inc., Boston. 55 

(Window) ; [by Kenneth B. 

Backman] [1936] 10 numb. 1. 4to. 
© Jan. 6, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 10; D 
40115 ; Boston better business bu- 
reau, inc., Boston. 56 



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Bandit (The) lover; an operetta in 3 
acts, book by A. E. Peterson, lyrics 
by Laurence Russell Cook, music by 
Louis Woodson Curtis. Text. © 1 
c. Nov. 22, 1935; D 40088; Agnes 
Emelie Peterson, Pasadena. 57 

Bauerngeneral (Der) ; operette in 3 
akten von Julius Brammer und Gus- 
tav Beer, musik von Oscar Straus. 
Vollstiindiger klavierauszug mit text 
(klavierparticell) Wien, W. Karczag, 
1931. 116 p. fol. © July 16, 1931; 
1 c. May 14, 1935; D 39010; W. 
Karczag, Oscar Straus, Julius Bram- 
mer, and Gustav Beer, Vienna. 58 

Bell hop; a 1-act play, by Dora Mary 
MacDonald. Franklin, O., Denver, 
Col., 1935. 15 p. 12mo. ( [Eldridge 
popular one-act plays]) © Aug. 12, 
1935; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936; D 40185; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 59 

Bergamote (La) ; pastorale en 1 acte 
[par] Paul Bugnot et Alfred Henry. 
Musique de Jean Iri. Mise en scene 
de Alfred Henry. Paris [1935] cov- 
er-title, 15 p. 8vo. Text. © Oct. 
1, 1935; 1 c. Dec. 20; D 38973; C. 
Joubert et cie., Paris. 60 

Bigger (The) and better babies con- 
test ; a screamingly funny enter- 
tainment, by Margaret Stonecypher. 
Franklin. O., Denver, Col., 1935. 
12 p. 12mo. © Sept. 5, 1935; 2 c. 
Jan. 13, 1936 ; D 40182 ; Eldridge en- 
tertainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 

61 

Billie, the brownie ; continuities 1-35, 
by Gladys Scheder. © 1 c. each Jan. 
10, 1936; D 40110; Ed. Schuster & 
co., inc., Milwaukee. 62 

Billy Bonney, the Kid; or, Billy the 
Kid, a romance of New Mexico, in 
3 acts, by Elliott Cassidy and Wil- 
liam Fred Paddock, edited by L. 
Raines. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1936; D 
40418; Lester Raines, Las Vegas, 
N. M. 63 

Billy the Kid. See Billy Bonney, the 
Kid. 

Birthday; a play in 3 acts, by Rodney 
Ackland. London, New York, 1935. 
102 p. diagr. 8vo. ([French's act- 
ing edition, no. 1947]) © May 11, 
1935; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936; D 40517; 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 64 

Bishop (The) of Saint John's; a play 
in 4 acts, by H. H. Duenow. © 1 c. 
Jan. 2, 1936 ; D 38992 ; Herbert Har- 
old Duenow, St. Louis. 65 



Blest be the tie ; a play in 1 act for 
five women, by Nylene Prewitt. Bos- 
ton, Mass. [1936] 27 p. 12mo. © 
Jan. 22, 1936 ; 2 c. Feb. 1 ; D 40546 ; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 66 

Boondogglers of 1936; a musical farce 
in 3 acts, by William II. Bucking- 
ham. Text. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1936; 
D 40145; William Henry Bucking- 
ham, Omaha. 67 

Borderland of heaven ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Macklym Hartyl, Albert Acre- 
mant and Max Daireaux ; based up- 
on and in adaptation of several ideas 
in a French play entitled File in- 
dienne, by Albert Acremant and Max 
Daireaux. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1935; 
D 40242; Thomas E. H. Black, De- 
troit. 68 

Born — not made ; by J. McMahill, jr. 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1936 ; D 40295 ; John 
McMahill, jr., Chicago. 69 

Boy meets girl [and] Spring song; by 
Bella & Samuel Spewack. New 
York, Random house [1936] 4 p. 1., 
5-215 p. 8 vo. © Jan. 16, 1936 ; 2 
c. Jan. 20 ; D 40325 ; Bella Spewack 
and Samuel Spewack, New York. 70 

Breakfast at eight ; a domestic comedy 
in 1 act, by Stella K. Studner. New 
York, Los Angeles [etc., etc.] 1935. 
14 p. diagr. 12mo. © Sept. 20, 
1935; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1936; D 40478; 
Samuel French, New York. 71 

Bringing up mother; original dramatic 
composition, by L. L. Wade. © 1 c. 
Jan. 17, 1936; D 40265; Lillian L. 
Wade, New York. 72 

Brooklyn academy of music. See 
Echoes of New York town. 

Budge, budge not; by N. K. Smith. 
(In The one-act theatre, The fourth 
book. London, 1935) © Mar. 15, 
1935; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936; D 40527; 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 73 

Bugles at noon ; a play in 4 acts, by 
S. Raushenbush. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 
1936; D 40480; Stephen Raushen- 
bush, Washington. 74 

Burgomaster (The) of Ley den ; a play 
in 5 acts, by L. Maughan. © 1 c. 
Jan. 28, 1936; D 40412; Lavinia 
Maughan, Logan, Utah. 75 

Buried height; a play in 4 acts, by A. 
Greendale. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 193G ; D 
40027; Alexander Greendale, Chi- 
cago. 76 



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Burle (Le) di Lisetta ; un atta comico- 
romantico in 2 quadri, di Antonio 
Lega [niusica di] Giovanni Garau. 
Milano, G. Ricordi & c, 1935. 3 p. 1., 
135 p. 4to. © Dec. 20, 1935 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 25, 1936; D 39015; Giovanni 
Garau, Rome. 77 

But a step. See New avenues. 

Buy wholesale scheme ; [by Kenneth 
B. Backman] 1935. 8 numb. 1. 4to. 
© Dec. 30, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1936 ; 
D 40118; Boston better business bu- 
reau, inc., Boston. 78 

Cafe Creole ; a musical comedy in a 
prologue and 2 acts, words and lyrics 
by Ivor Ivorson [pseud, of A. Cap- 
lin] Text. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1936; 
D 40302 ; Abel Caplin, St. Louis. 79 

Call it a day; [by] Dodie Smith (C. 
L. Anthony [pseud.]) [i. e. D. G. 
Smith] London, Victor Gollancz, 
ltd., 1936. 151 p, 12mo. © Jan. 6, 
1936 ; 1 c. Jan. 7 ; D 40216 ; Dorothy 
Gladys Smith,. London. 80 

Candy (The) box revue : Jan. 1, 1936. 
by Herbert Ashton. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 
1936 ; D 40032 ; L. & G. radio produc- 
tions, inc., New York. 81 

Captain (The) and the kids; script 
no. 1, originated by Rudolph Dirks, 
adapted by Ted Sills, Park Levy and 
J. Grombach. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1936; 
D 40383 ; United features, inc., New 
York. 82 

Captain Nathan Hale; a drama of the 
American revolution for stage and 
radio, by Rev. Felix J. O'Neill. Ded- 
icated to The American legion, writ- 
ten for The Legion and auxiliary of 
the Fourth district, Department of 
Connecticut. Hartford,, Conn., 1935. 
[33]-63, [1] p. 24mo. [With his 
Captain Nathan Hale, poem] © 
Apr. 15, 1935 ; 2 c. Dec. 18 ; D 40111 ; 
Felix J. O'Neill, Stafford Springs, 
Conn. 83 

Case (The) against R. U. Tooslow; a 
mock trial for failure to marry, by 
Albert Rank. Franklin, O., Denver, 
Col., 1935. 35 p. 12mo. © Sept. 
11, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936 ; D 40201 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc. r 
Franklin, O. 84 

Ceres & Proserpine. See Proserpine. 

Certain Greeks ; a play in 1 act, by 
Mary P. Hamlin. New York, Los 
Angeles [etc., etc.] 1935. 45 p. di- 
agr. 12mo. © Sept. 20, 1935 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 31, 1936; D 40462; Samuel 
French, New York. 85 



Charming (The) piper; [by] Cora Jane 
Montgomery. Sioux City, la., 1935. 
2 numb. 1. 4to. © Jan. 15, 1935; 
2 c Dec. 16; aff. Jan. 13, 1936; AA 
193273; Wetmore declamation bu- 
reau, Sioux City,. la. 86 

Cheery (The) orchard; a fantastic 
travesty in 1 act, by Harold Poppe. 
New York, Los Angeles [etc., etc.] 
1935. 29 p. diagr. 12mo. © Sept. 
16, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1936 ; D 40464 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 87 

Chest and the ivory ransoms. See 
Leatherstocking. 

Children of the Book ; a biblical drama 
for Children's day, or any other fes- 
tival day of the church year, with 
music indicated from familiar 
sources, by Madeleine Sweeny Miller 
(Mrs. J. Lane Miller) New York, 
Los Angeles [etc., etc., 1985] 5 p. 1., 
23 p. 12mo. Text. © Sept. 18, 
1935; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1936; D 40463; 
Samuel French, New York. 88 

Children's plays for special days; by 
Alta M. Toepp. San Francisco, Calif.. 
Cincinnati, O., 1935. 74 p. 12mo. 
© Dec. 2, 1935; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 
23; A 88824; Banner play bureau, 
inc., San Francisco. 89 

Christ (A) child's gift; a Christmas 
story — radio dramatization, by L. L. 
Wade. © 1 c. Jan. 2„ 1936 ; D 38984 ; 
Lillian L. Wade, New York. 90 

Christmas eve in our churches. See 
Echoes of New York town. 

Christmas helper for the grades ; by 
Lillian B. Alverson. Franklin, O., 
Denver,, Col., 1935. 96 p. 12mo. 
© Sept. 26, 1935 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 

13, 1936; AA 194284; Eldridge en- 
tertainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 

91 

Christmas spirits, 1935; a comedy, we 
hope, in 1 act,, the book of the show 
and general direction by John R. 
Heath (who acknowledges gratefully 
the assistance of George D. Mills) 
lyrics by Franklin E. Vaughan, 
George W. Swain, Frederic Ullmann 
[and others] Chicago, 1985. 34 p. 
4to. Caption-title. Text. © Dec. 

14, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1936 ; D 40280 ; 
Chicago bar assn., Chicago. 92 

Christmas (The) that almost wasn't; 
by Leslie Foxworthy. A different 
play for any number of intermediate 
children. Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 
1935. 7, [1] p. 12hio. Contains mu- 



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sic. © July 10, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 13 r 
1936; D 40171; Eldridge entertain- 
ment house, inc., Franklin, O. 93 

Christopher Steele; episode no. 1, by 
J. Crusinberry. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1986; 
D 40447 ; Jane Crusinberry, Chicago. 

94 

Cleaned and pressed; a comedy in 1 
act, by Thomas O. Hove. New York, 
Los Angeles [etc., etc.] 1985. 25 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Sept. 20, 1935 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 31, 1936; D 40477; Samuel 
French,. New York. 95 

Clearing skies ; by Clara B. Orwig and 
J. C. McMullen. Boston, Mass., 1936. 
96 p. diagr. 12mo. © Jan. 22, 
1936 ; 2 c. Feb. 1 ; D 40548 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 96 

Cleopatra. See Echoes of history. 

Clever (A) woman ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
with prologue and epilogue, dealing 
with the life of Mrs. Mary Baker 
Eddy, by L. Harvey. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1936; D 40138; Leveridge Harvey, 
Brooklyn. 97 

Climbing (The) beans; a play in 1 act, 
by Julia B. McHale. Franklin, O., 
Denver, Col., 1935. 15 p. 12mo. 
( [Eldridge popular one act plays] ) 
© Sept. 9, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936 ; 
D 40183 ; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 98 

Cobbler's (The) Christmas eve; a dif- 
ferent play for small children, by 
Lillian Hughes. Franklin, O., Den- 
ver, Col., 1935. 12 p. 12mo. © Sept. 
20. 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936 ; D 40197 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 99 

Cocklepfiefer (The) case; a burlesque 
mystery drama, by Barnard Hewitt 
and Judson Genung. Boston, Mass. 
[1936] 20 p. 12mo. © Jan. 22, 
1936 ; 2 c. Feb. 1 ; D 40543 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 100 

Columbine Chalet : a comedy in 1 act, 
by Emily Newlin. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1936 ; D 40306 ; Emily Elizabeth New- 
lin, Washington. 101 

Coming (The) back; a 1-act play, by 
G. W. Jeffries. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1936 ; 
D 40028 ; Gertrude Worthington Jef- 
fries, Birmingham, Ala. 102 

Community banquet programs ; no. 1, 
by Dorothy Vallan-Ney [i. e. D. C. 
Ney] © 1 c. Nov. 18, 1935 ; D 40220 ; 
Dorothy Collins Ney, Brooklyn. 103 



Confidence man ; a play in 2 scenes, by 
James Walter Blakley. Franklin, 
O., Denver, Col., 1935. 26 p. 12mo. 
([Eldridge popular one-act plays]) 
© July 30; 1935; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936; 
I) 40213; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 104 

Congress finds a home; [a 1 act play 
for radio broadcasting, prepared by 
Scholastic, the American high school 
weekly] 1935. 9 numb. 1. nar. fol. 
© Sept. 12, 1935; 2 c. Dec. 30; D 
40331 ; Scholastic corp., Pittsburgh. 

105 

Cornelia makes Christmas; a 1-act 
play, by Josephine E. Phillips. 
Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 1935. 
19 p. 12mo. © June 26, 1935 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 13, 1936 ; D 40191 ; Eldridge en- 
tertainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 

106 

Cortes the Conqueror. See Miguel and 
Juan with Cortes at the conquest of 
Mexico. 

Cruise (The) ; a play in 3 scenes, by 
J. McMahill, jr. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1936; D 40294; John McMahill, jr., 
Chicago. 107 

Csardas (The) of love; a musical ro- 
mance, based on the life of Johannes 
Brahms, in 2 acts, book and lyrics by 
O. Menn, music adapted from melo- 
dies of Johannes Brahms, by O. 
Menn. original music by O. Menn. 3 
v. Libretto, lyrics, and vocal score. 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1936 ; D 39016 ; Olga 
Menn, Chicago. 108 

Cupid and the cop; a play in a single 
act, by C. H. Appe. Franklin, O., 
Denver, Col., 1935. 12 p. 12mo. 
( [Eldridge popular one-act plays] ) 
© Aug. 14, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936 ; 
D 40195 ; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 109 

Cynthia; an operetta in 3 acts, book 
and lyrics by Marcus Horton [i. e. 
C. M. Horton] Text. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 
1936 ; D 40033 ; Charles Marcus. Hor- 
ton, Averill Park, N. Y. 110 

Cyrano di Bergerac ; commedia eroica 
di Edmondo Rostand, libretto in 4 
atti e cinque quadri di Enrico Cain, 
adattamento ritmico italiano di Ce- 
sare Meano e Filippo Brusa, musica 
di Franco Alfano, riduzione dell' 
autore per canto e pianoforte. Mi- 
lano, Roma [etc., etc.] 1935. 7 p. 1., 
304 p. front, (port.), illus. 4to. © 
Dec. 30, 1935 ; 1 c. Dec. 30 ; D 39008 ; 
G. Ricordi & co., Milan. Ill 



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Dance night ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
George Buchanan. London, New 
York, 1935. 85, [1] p. diagrs. 
12mo. ( [French's acting edition, no. 
691] ) © May 27, 1935 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1936 ; D 40504 ; Samuel French, ltd., 
London. 112 



Danger in darkness, 
the dark. 



See Danger in 



Danger in the dark; or, Danger in 
darkness, a 1 act play, by H. E. 
Lucas. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1936 ; D 38997 ; 
Helene Elise Lucas, New York. 113 

Danger threatens St. Vincents. See 
Helen Hayes serial. 

Dark horizon ; a play in 3 acts, by I. 
Sokoloff. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1936; D 
40137 ; Ivan Sokoloff, New York. 

114 

Dark (A) secret; a 3 act comedy 
drama, by E. Stavnow. © 1 c. Jan. 
18, 1936 ; D 40275 ; Eva Stavnow, Los 
Angeles, 115 

Day (A) forever; a play in 1 act, by 
C. H. Meigs. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1936; 
D 40077; Charles Hardy Meigs, 
Forest Hills, L. I., N. Y. 116 

Dead (The) won't harm you; a mys- 
tery drama in 3 acts, by Haynes 
Trebor [pseud, of R. H. Trebor- 
MacConnell] © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1936; 
D 40031; Robert Haynes Trebor- 
MacConnell, Flushing, N. Y. 117 

Death Valley days; a series of radio 
sketches, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
Nov. 21, 1935. The mail goes 
through. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1936; D 
40162 ; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 118 

Nov. 28, 1935. Thanksgiving 

at Red Dog. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1936; 
D 40163; Pacific coast borax co., 
New York. 119 



Dec. 5, 1935. Sixth sense. 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1936; D 40164; 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 

120 

Dec. 12, 1935. Rose and the 



ring. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1936 ; D 40165 ; 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 

121 



Dec. 19, 1935. National Park 

program. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1936; D 
40486 ; Pacific coast borax co.. New 
York. 122 



Dec. 26, 1935. The Pony 

Express. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1936; D 
40437; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 123 

Jan. 2, 1936. Sutter's gold. 



© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1936; D 40438; 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 

124 

Death's invitation ; a 3 act murder 
mystery, by Louis E. Danner, jr. 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1936; D 40432; 
Louis Edwin Danner, jr., Natrona 
Heights, Pa. 125 

Decameron. See Dumb Masetto's 
miracle. 

Deerslayer (The) See Leatherstock- 
ing. 

Deerslayer and hostile Indians. See 
Leatherstocking. 

Deluge (The) ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
Frank Allen, adapted from the Scan- 
dinavian of Henning Berger. New 
York, Los Angeles [etc., etc.] 1935. 
88 p. diagr. 12mo. © Oct. 8, 1935 ; 
2 c. Jan. 27, 1936 ; D 40403 ; Samuel 
French, New York. 126 

Desert (The) blooms; [a 1 act play] 
for radio broadcasting, prepared by 
Scholastic, the American high school 
weekly] 1935. 10 numb. 1. nar. 
fol. © Sept. 12, 1935 ; 2 c. Dec. 30 ; 
D 40335; Scholastic corp., Pitts- 
burgh. 127 

Dingle Dell adventures ; words by V. 
E. Burgin, text by Faye Perkins. 
© 1 c. Nov. 19, 1935 ; D 39004 ; Vera 
E. Burgin, Lebanon, Ind. 128 

Dishing it up; an original 3 act play, 
by R. V. Jackson. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1936; D 40109; Ray Vincent Jack- 
son, Miami Beach, Fla. 129 

Doc Watts — proprietor of the corner 
drug store; by Pearl Anoe [i. e. P. 
A. Holstlaw] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1936 ; 
D 40427 ; Pearl Anoe Holstlaw, Chi- 
cago. 130 

Doctor Dracu ; a dramatic play in 3 
acts, by C. H. Bloomfield. © 1 c. 
Jan. 23, 1936 ; D 40370 ; Charles H. 
Bloomfield, New York. 131 

Doctor's lady. See Grand hotel. 

Dominant (The) sex; a play in 3 acts, 
by Michael Egan. London, H. F. W. 
Deane & sons, The Year book press, 
ltd. [1935] 3 p. 1., [5]-79, [5] p. 
diagrs. 8vo. (The Embassy series 



DEAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 1, 1936 



154 



of plays) © Dec. 13, 1935 ; 1 c. Dec. 
26 ; D 40411 ; Michael Egan, London. 

132 

Don't lose your head; a farce-comedy 
in 3 acts, by C. E. Freybe, from the 
Viennese play, by Karl M. Jacoby. 
© 1 c. Dec. 20, 1935 ; D. 40129; Carl 
E. Freybe, Scarsdale, N. Y. 133 

Dorothy Dumb monologs ; eight hu- 
morous monologues, by Lucile Crites, 
Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 1935. 
32 p. 12mo. © Sept. 10. 1935; 2 c. 
and aff. Jan. 13, 1936; AA 1942S5 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 134 

Dotty takes a hand ; [by] Penelope 
Dickerson [pseud, of Gladys Hender- 
son] Sioux City, la., 1935. 2 numb. 
1. 4to. © Jan. 15, 1935; 2 c. Dec. 
16; aff. Jan. 13, 1936; AA 193215; 
Wetmore declamation bureau, Sioux 
City, la. 135 

Double (The) surprise; a short Christ- 
mas play for children, by Carolyn 
Barr. Franklin, C\. Denver, Col., 
1935. 8 p. 12mo. © Aug. 2, 1935 I 
2 c. Jan. 13, 1936 ; D 4017S ; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin, 
O. 136 

Down at Zob's store ; by Elsie Hawes 
Smith. Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 
1935. 15 p. 12mo. ( [Eldridge popu- 
lar one-act plays])' © July 25, 
1935; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936; D 40194; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 137 

Drama (T') league coop; by A. J. Tal- 
bot. (In The one-act theatre, The 
fifth book. London, 1935) © May 
28. 1935 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936 ; D 40528 ; 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 138 

Duchess (The) and the charming doll; 
a little play for primary children, by 
Hermia Harris Fraser. Franklin, 
O., Denver, Col., 1935. 8 p. 12mo. 
( [Eldridge juvenile plays] ) © Aug. 
21, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936 ; D 40170 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 139 

Dude ranch ; a western comedy, by 
Ellenor Kennedy. Franklin, O., Den- 
ver, Col., 1935. 65 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Aug. 27, 1935 : 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936 ; 
D 40190 ; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 140 

Dumb Masetto's miracle; third day — 
novel I, a sketch after Decameron, 
by B. S. Glagolin. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 
1935; D 40063; Boris S. Glagolin, 
Milwaukee. 141 



Dumbbell [sic] (The) ; a riot of laughs 
in 3 acts, by Wilbur Braun. Min- 
neapolis, Minn., 1936. 100 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Jan. 22, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 25 ; 
1) 40882; Northwestern press, Minne- 



apolis. 



Dutiful (The) son; by Leonora Mary 
Ervine. (In The one-act theatre, 
The sixth book. London, 1935) © 
July 24, 1985; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936; 
D 40539; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 143 

Easy lies the head ; a new play in 3 
acts, bv R. H. Carlysle and A. Wis- 
berg. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1936 ; D 40104 ; 
Robert H. Carlysle and Aubrey Wis- 
berg, New York. 144 

Echoes of history; by H. G. Sands. 
Cleopatra. © 1 c. Jan. 30', 1936 ; D 
40453; Helen G. Sands, New York. 

145 

Empress Josephine of France. 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1986; D 40455; 
Helen G. Sands, New York. 146 

Lady Hamilton. © 1 c. Jan. 



30, 1936; D 40454; Helen G. Sands, 
New York. 147 

Queen Marie-Antoinette. © 



1 c. Jan. 30, 1936; D 40452; Helen 
G. Sands, New York. 148 

Echoes of New York town ; episode 8. 
Brooklyn academy of music, by M. 
M. Musselman. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1936 ; 
D 40158; McCann-Erickson, inc., 
New York. 149 

■ episode 9. The story of the Bat- 
tery, by Fairfax Dowmey. © 1 c. 
Jan. 11. 1936; D 40159; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 150 

episode 10. Skyscrapers, by John 

Eugene Hasty. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1936; 
D 40160 ; McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. 151 

episode 11. The Mayor's lamps 

of honor, by Fairfax Downey. © 
1 c. Jan. 11, 1936 ; D 40161 ; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 152 

episode no. 12. Metropolitan 

notes, by John Eugene Hasty. © 
1 c. Jan. 22, 1936 ; D 40440 ; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 153 

episode 13. Christmas eve in our 

churches, bv John Eugene Hasty. © 
1 c. Jan. 22, 1936 ; D 40441 ; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 154 



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Footlight highlights — Continued. 

The king's highway. — The botany 
hike. — Madame La Belle, mind- 
reader. — The village band re- 
hearses. — Justice a la rime. — Join- 
ing the Whole truth club. — In the 
class room. — The world's full of 
crooks. © Jan. 3, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 7 ; 
D 40057; Northwestern press, 
Minneapolis. 193 

Forever true; a serious play, by Pris- 
cilla Wayne Sprague. Franklin, O., 
Denver, Col., 1935. 77 p. diagr. 
12mo. ([Eldridge royalty plays]) 
© Aug. 8, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936; 
D 40187; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 194 

Four stars plus ; a slightly satirical 
comedy in 8 scenes, by J. E. Bu- 
chanan. © 1 c. Dee. 13, 1935; D 
40168; J. E. Buchanan, New York. 

195 

Four years after; a play in 3 acts, by 

E. Stanley. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1936; 
D 40226 ; Edwin Stanley, Hollywood, 
Calif. 196 

Frogs; a play in 3 acts, by R. H. 
Post. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1936 ; D 40372 ; 
Regis Henri Post, New York. 

197 

From acorns grow; a play in 3 acts, 
by F. B. Martin. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1936; D 40304; Francis B. Martin, 
Philadelphia. 198 

Gale (The haunting) ; an opera in 1 
act, story by C. A. Dawson Scott, 
music by Ethel Leginska, lyrics by 
D. H. Lowry. Chicago, 111., Archie 
Rose, 1935. 15, [1] p. 8vo. Text. 
© Nov. 23, 1935; 2 c. Dec. 10; 
D 38974 ; Ethel Leginska, New York. 

199 

Galloping down; a drama in 3 acts 
and a prologue, by B. Beckwith and 

F. Fowler. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1936; 
D 40296; Brainerd Beckwith, Pasa- 
dena, and Frank Fowler, Lexing- 
ton, Ky. 200 

Gazette (The) office; episodes 1-5, 
a series of radio sketches, by L. 
Ingle and A. Nichols. © 1 c. Nov. 
13, 1935 ; D 40064 ; Lockie Ingle and 
Alice Nichols, Bloomfield, N. J. 

201 

General manager; a 1-act play for 
boys and girls, by Warren Beck. 
Boston, Mass. [1936] 26 p. 12mo. 
(Baker's junior high plays) © Jan. 
9, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 24; D 40337; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 202 



Ghost (The) of Grand Canyon; a 
mystery play in 3 acts, by Richard 
Hill Wilkinson. Boston, Mass. 
[1936] 126 p. 12mo. ([Baker's 
royalty plays]) © Jan. 10, 1936; 
2 c. Jan. 24; D 40338; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 203 

Ghosts by moonshine ; a 1-act play for 
boys and girls, by Warren Beck. 
Boston, Mass., 1935. 28 p. 12mo. 
(Baker's junior high plays) © Dec. 
16, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1936; D 
40346 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

204 

Give me tomorrow ! a drama in 3 acts, 
by Takashi Ohta and V. H. Berry. 
© 1 c. Dec. 11, 1935 ; D 40086 ; Vir- 
ginia Harper Berry, New York. 

205 

Glamour for Mrs. Whipple; a 1-act 
comedy, by Evelyn Diller. Frank- 
lin, O., Denver, Col., 1935. 22 p. 
12mo. © Aug. 21, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 
13, 1936; D 40175; Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 

206 

Gland (The) master. See Why be 
yourself? 

Glass houses ; a play in 3 acts, by H. 
Gerry. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1935; D 
40308; Helen Gerry. Robesonia, Pa. 

207 

Glass (A) of water; a play in 3 acts, 
by De W. Bodeen, freely translated 
from Eugene Scribe's Le verre d'eau. 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1936; D 40108; De 
Witt Bodeen, Hermosa Beach, Calif. 

208 

Glimmerglass. See Leatherstocking. 

Glimpses of life with Sophronie and 
Josiah Fogg; parts 1-7, a mono- 
drama, by Blanche Kline. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1936 ; D 40225 ; Blanche M. 
Kline, Seaside, Or. 209 

God-king (The) dies; [a 1 act play for 
radio broadcasting, prepared by 
Scholastic, the American high school 
weekly] 1935. 10 numb. 1. nar. fol. 
© Sept. 12, 1935; 2 c. Dec. 30; D 
40327; Scholastic Corp., Pittsburgh. 

210 

Goin' modern ! a farce in 3 acts, by 
Dora Mary MacDonald. Franklin, 
O., Denver, Col., 1935. 54 p. diagr., 
12mo. ( [Eldridge three-act non- 
royalty plays] ) © Sept. 4, 1935; 
2 c. Jan. 13, 1936 : D 40172 ; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin, 
O. 211 



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234 



Going alone: a 1 act play, by M. A. 
Jackson. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1936; D 
40232 ; Mary A. Jackson, Auburndale, 
Mass. 212 

Good (The) companions; a play in 2 
nets, by J. B. Priestley and Edward 
Knoblock (from the novel by J. B. 
Priestley) London, New York, 193."). 
91 p. plates. Svo. ([French's act- 
ing edition, no. 192S] ) Plates printed 
on both sides. © Apr. 16, 1935 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 3936; D 40520; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 213 

Good (The) for nothing; a 3 act 
comedy, by Cliff Carl [i. e. Clifford C. 
Carl] © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1936 ; D 40356 ; 
Clifford C. Carl, Council Grove, Kan. 

214 

Good-turn day in Fairyland. See Five 
plays for children. 

Graduatin' at Gooseville ; by May 
Brown, a farcical entertainment, 
either for school or other entertain- 
ments. Franklin, O., 1935. 16 p. 
12mo. © May 21, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
1936; D 40500; Eldridge entertain- 
ment house, inc., Franklin, O. 215 

Grand hotel ; Jan. 5, 1936. The doctor's 
lady, a radio broadcast, by Arch 
Oboler. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1936 ; D 
40082; Campana sales co., Batavia, 
111. 216 

Jan. 12, 1936. Love makes a 

forced landing, a radio broadcast, by 
Carolyn Clarke. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1936"; 
D 40132 ; Campana sales co., Batavia, 
111. 217 

Jan. 19, 1936. A sprig of wTrite 

heather, a radio broadcast, by Agnes 
Ridgway. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1936; D 
40288; Campana sales co., Batavia, 
111. 218 

Jan. 26, 1936. Scooping the star, 

a radio broadcast, by Marvin Young. 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1936 ; D 40385 ; Cam- 
pana sales co., Batavia, 111. 219 

Guy Morgan ; a play in 3 acts, by Roy 
Squire. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1935; D 
40131 ; Roy P. Squire, Chicago. 220 

Handful (A) of sheep ; a comedy of 
North Wales, in 1 act, by Ronald 
Elwy Mitchell, New York, Los 
Angeles [etc., etc., 1935] 3 p. 1., 24 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Sept. 16, 1935 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 31, 1936; D 40467; Samuel 
French, New York. 221 



Happy daze ; a satirical comedy in 2 
acts, by Lillian Kay and George New- 
man. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1930 ; D 40259 ; 
George I. Newman, Chicago. 222 

Happy hell ; a play in 3 acts, by John 
Clifford Qiseud. of C. J. Dodd] © 
1 c. Jan. 14, 1936; D 40380; Clifford 
John Dodd, Melbourne, Victoria, 
Australia. 223 

Hats; a 1-act play, by A. Darlington. 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1936; D 40079; Anne 
Darlington, Washington. 224 

Haunted (The) castle; a pageant play 
in 9 episodes, by A. Darlington. © 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1936 ; D 40080 ; Anne Dar- 
lington, Washington. 225 

Heaven on earth ; by Philip Johnson. 
(In The one-act theatre, The fourth 
book. London, 1935) © Mar. 15, 
1935; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936; D 40525; 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 226 

Hector Trigg — salesman; script no. 1, 
an original radio farce, by Thomas 
H. McKnight and Mort Lewis. © 
1 c. Jan. 17, 1936; D 40360; 
McKnight and Jordan, inc., New 
York. 227 

Helen Hayes serial ; an original radio 
script, by Edith Meiser. no. 1 0. The 
new Penny. Danger threatens St. 
Vincents. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1936 ; D 
40247; McKnight and Jordan, inc, 
New York. 228 

no. 11. The new Penny. 

The siege of St. Vincents. © 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1936; D 40248; McKnight 
and Jordan, inc., New T York. 229 

no. 12. The New Penny. 



Penny plots a romance. © 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1936; D 40249; McKnight 
and Jordan, inc., New York. 230 

no. 13. The new Penny. 



There is a Santa Claus. © 1 c. Jan. 
11, 1936; D 40250; McKnight and 
Jordan, inc., New York. 231 

no. 14. The new Penny. 



New Year's eve. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1936; D 40251; McKnight and Jor- 
dan, inc., New York. 232 

no. 15. The new Penny. 



A visit to the Hunter farm. © 1 c. 
Jan. 17, 1936; D 40857; McKnight 
and Jordan, inc., New York. 233 

no. 16. The new Penny. 



Sugar Plum — Gee Gee — and John. 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1936; D 40358; Mc- 
Knight and Jordan, inc., New York. 

234 



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Footlight highlights — Continued. 

The king's highway. — The botany 
hike. — Madame La Belle, mind- 
reader. — The village band re- 
hearses. — Justice a la rime. — Join- 
ing the Whole truth club. — In the 
class room. — The world's full of 
crooks. © Jan. 3, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 7 ; 
D 40057; Northwestern press, 
Minneapolis. 193 

Forever true; a serious play, by Pris- 
cilla Wayne Sprague. Franklin, O., 
Denver, Col., 1935. 77 p. diagr. 
12mo. ([Eldridge rovalty plays]) 
© Aug. 8, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936; 
D 40187; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 194 

Four stars plus ; a slightly satirical 
comedy in 8 scenes, by J. E. Bu- 
chanan. © 1 c. Dec. 13, 1935; D 
40168; J. E. Buchanan, New York. 

195 

Four years after; a play in 3 acts, by 

E. Stanley. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1936; 
D 40226 ; Edwin Stanley, Hollywood, 
Calif. 196 

Frogs; a play in 3 acts, by R. H. 
Post. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1936 ; D 40372 ; 
Regis Henri Post, New York. 

197 

From acorns grow; a play in 3 acts, 
by F. B. Martin. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1936; D 40304; Francis B. Martin, 
Philadelphia. 198 

Gale (The haunting) ; an opera in 1 
act, story by C. A. Dawson Scott, 
music by Ethel Leginska, lyrics by 
D. H. Lowry. Chicago, 111., Archie 
Rose, 1935. 15, [1] p. 8vo. Text. 
© Nov. 23, 1935; 2 c. Dec. 10; 
D 38974 ; Ethel Leginska, New York. 

199 

Galloping down; a drama in 3 acts 
and a prologue, by B. Beckwith and 

F. Fowler. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1936; 
D 40296; Brainerd Beckwith, Pasa- 
dena, and Frank Fowler, Lexing- 
ton, Ky. 200 

Gazette (The) office; episodes 1-5, 
a series of radio sketches, by L. 
Ingle and A. Nichols. © 1 c. Nov. 
13, 1935 ; D 40064 ; Lockie Ingle and 
Alice Nichols, Bloomfield, N. J. 

201 

General manager; a 1-act play for 
boys and girls, by Warren Beck. 
Boston, Mass. [1936] 26 p. 12mo. 
(Baker's junior high plays) © Jan. 
9, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 24; D 40337; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 202 



Ghost (The) of Grand Canyon; a 
mystery play in 3 acts, by Richard 
Hill Wilkinson. Boston, Mass. 
[1936] 126 p. 12mo. ([Baker's 
royalty plays]) © Jan. 10, 1936; 
2 c. Jan. 24; D 40338; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 203 

Ghosts by moonshine ; a 1-act play for 
boys and girls, by Warren Beck. 
Boston, Mass., 1935. 28 p. 12mo. 
(Baker's junior high plays) © Dec. 
16, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1936; D 
40346 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

204 

Give me tomorrow ! a drama in 3 acts, 
by Takashi Ohta and V. H. Berry. 
© 1 c. Dec. 11, 1935 ; D 40086 ; Vir- 
ginia Harper Berry, New York. 

205 

Glamour for Mrs. Whipple ; a 1-act 
comedy, by Evelyn Diller. Frank- 
lin, O., Denver, Col., 1935. 22 p. 
12mo. © Aug. 21, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 
13, 1936; D 40175; Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 

206 

Gland (The) master. See Why be 
yourself ? 

Glass houses; a play in 3 acts, by H. 
Gerry. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1935; D 
40308; Helen Gerry. Robesonia, Pa. 

. 207 

Glass (A) of water; a play in 3 acts, 
by De W. Bodeen, freely translated 
from Eugene Scribe's Le verre d'eau. 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1936; D 40108; De 
Witt Bodeen, Hermosa Beach, Calif. 

208 

Glimmerglass. See Leatherstocking. 

Glimpses of life with Sophronie and 
Josiah Fogg; parts 1-7, a mono- 
drama, by Blanche Kline. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1936; D 40225; Blanche M. 
Kline, Seaside, Or. 209 

God-king (The) dies; [a 1 act play for 
radio broadcasting, prepared by 
Scholastic, the American high school 
weekly] 1935. 10 numb. 1. nar. fol. 
© Sept. 12, 1935; 2 c. Dec. 30; D 
40327 ; Scholastic Corp., Pittsburgh. 

210 

Goin' modern ! a farce in 3 acts, by 
Dora Mary MacDonald. Franklin, 
O., Denver, Col., 1935. 54 p. diagr., 
12mo. ( [Eldridge three-act non- 
royalty plays]) © Sept. 4, 1935; 
2 c. Jan. 13, 1936 : D 40172 ; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin, 
O. 211 



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Going alone: a 1 act piny, by M. A. 
Jackson. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1936; D 
40232 ; Mary A. Jackson, Auburndale, 
Mass. 212 

Good (The) companions; a play in 2 
acts, by J. B. Priestley and Edward 
Knoblock (from the novel by J. B. 
Priestley) London, New York, 193-1. 
91 p. plates. Svo. ( [French's act- 
ing edit ion. no. 192S1 ) Plates printed 
on both sides. © Apr. Id, 193.") ; 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1936; D 40520; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 213 

Good (The) for notning; a 3 act 
comedy, by Cliff Carl [i. e. Clifford C. 
Carl] © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1936 ; D 40356 ; 
Clifford C. Carl, Council Grove, Kan. 

214 

Good-turn day in Fairyland. See Five 
plays for children. 

Graduatin' at Gooseville ; by May 
Brown, a farcical entertainment, 
either for school or other entertain- 
ments. Franklin, O.. 1935. 16 p. 
12mo. © May 21, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
1936; D 40500; Eldridge entertain- 
ment house, inc., Franklin, O. 215 

Grand hotel ; Jan. 5, 1936. The doctor's 
lady, a radio broadcast, by Arch 
Oboler. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1936 ; D 
40082; Campana sales co., Batavia, 
111. 216 

• Jan. 12, 1936. Love makes a 

forced landing, a radio broadcast, by 
Carolyn Clarke. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1936*; 
D 40132 ; Campana sales co., Batavia, 
111. 217 

Jan. 19, 1936. A sprig of white 

heather, a radio broadcast, by Agnes 
Ridgway. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1936; D 
40288; Campana sales co., Batavia, 
111. 218 

Jan. 26, 1936. Scooping the star, 

a radio broadcast, by Marvin Young. 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1936 ; D 40385 ; Cam- 
pana sales co., Batavia, 111. 219 

Guy Morgan ; a play in 3 acts, by Roy 
Squire. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1935; D 
40131 ; Roy P. Squire, Chicago. 220 

Handful (A) of sheep; a comedy of 
North Wales, in 1 act, by Ronald 
Elwy Mitchell. New York, Los 
Angeles [etc., etc., 1935] 3 p. 1., 24 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Sept. 16, 1935 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 31, 1936; D 40467; Samuel 
French, New York. 221 



Happy daze; a satirical comedy in 2 
acts, bv Lillian Kay and George New- 
man. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1936 ; D 40259 ; 
George I. Newman, Chicago. 222 

Happy hell ; a play in 3 acts, by John 
Clifford [pseud, of C. J. Dodd] © 
1 c. Jan. 14. 1930; D 40380; Clifford 
John Dodd, Melbourne, Victoria, 
Australia. 223 

Hats; a 1-act play, by A. Darlington. 

© 1 c. Jan. 9. 1936; D 40079; Anne 
Darlington, Washington. 224 

Haunted (The) castle; a pageant play 
in 9 episodes, by A. Darlington. © 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1936 ; D 40080 ; Anne Dar- 
lington, Washington. 225 

Heaven on earth ; by Philip Johnson. 
(hi The one-act theatre, The fourth 
book. London, 1935) © Mar. 15, 
1935; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936; D 40525; 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 226 

Hector Trigg — salesman ; script no. 1, 
an original radio farce, by Thomas 
H. McKnight and Mart Lewis. © 
1 c. Jan. 17, 1936; D 40360; 
McKnight and Jordan, inc., New 
York. 227 

Helen Hayes serial ; an original radio 
script, by Edith Meiser. no. 1 0. The 
new Penny. Danger threatens St. 
Vincents. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1936; D 
40247; McKnight and Jordan, inc, 
New York. 228 

no. 11. The new Penny. 

The siege of St. Vincents. © 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1936; D 40248; McKnight 
and Jordan, inc., New York. 229 

no. 12. The New Penny. 

Penny plots a romance. © 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1936; D 40249; McKnight 
and Jordan, inc., New York. 230 

no. 13. The new Penny. 

There is a Santa Claus. © 1 c. Jan. 
11, 1936; D 40250; McKnight and 
Jordan, inc., New T York. 231 

no. 14. The new Penny. 

New Year's eve. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1936; D 40251; McKnight and Jor- 
dan, inc., New York. 232 

no. 15. The new Penny. 



A visit to the Hunter farm. © 1 c. 
Jan. 17, 1936; D 40357; McKnight 
and Jordan, inc., New York. 233 

no. 16. The new Penny. 



Sugar Plum — Gee Gee — and John. 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1936; D 40358; Mc- 
Knight and Jordan, inc., New York. 

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Helen Hayes serial — Continued. 

no 17. The new Penny. 

The return of John. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1936; D 40359; McKnigkt and Jor- 
dan, inc., New York. 235 

Help wanted ; or, Man gets job, a com- 
edy of inventions in 3 acts, by D. 
Lees. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1936 ; D 40364 ; 
David Lees, Brooklyn. 236 

Helping hand ; a play in 1 act, by H. 
Riefsclmider. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1936; 
D 40267; Henry Riefschnider, Chi- 
cago. 237 

His widow's husband; a comedy in 1 
act, by Jacinto Benavente [i. e. Ja- 
cinto Benavente y Martinez] trans- 
lated from the Spanish by John 
Garrett Underhill. Boston, Mass. 
[Walter H. Baker company, 1935] 
52 p. 12mo. © Dec. 23,. 1935 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 1, 1936 ; D 40542 ; John Garrett 
Underhill, New York. 238 

Holy (The) Grail; in 22 episodes, with 
prologue, by D. D. Darrah. © 1 c. 
Jan. 17, 1936; D 40271; Delmar D. 
Darrah, Bloomington, 111. 239 

Home (The) breaker; a burlesque ra- 
dio magazine, by R. T. Sloan. © 
1 c. Jan. 29, 1936; D 40451; Robert 
T. Sloan, Kansas City, Mo. 240 

Home loans; a comedy-drama in 3 
acts, by T. H. Rew. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1936; D 40268; Tacie Hanna Rew, 
Los Angeles. 241 

Home sweet home ; chapts. 163-175, by 
Burr Cook. © 1 c. each Jan. 6, 
1936; D 40312; Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 242 

.Honesty — it pays ; by Blanche Bayliss. 
Pranklin, O., Denver, Col., 1935. 17 
p. 12mo. ([Eldridge popular one- 
act plays]) © July 6, 1935; 2 c. 
Jan. 13, 1936; D 40200; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin, 
O. 243 

Hour (An) that lasted forever; a 
drama in 9 acts, by M. Ramsburgh. 
© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1936; D 40258; 
Miriam Ramsburgh, Philadelphia. 

244 

House (The) of gentlefolk. See Love 
(The) of Lesa. 

How am I doing? or, In Dutch, a 
musical comedy in 2 acts, by J. E. 
Young and D. Kirkland, music by 
Gene Salzer. Text. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 
1936; D 38995; John E. Young and 
David Kirkland, New York. 245 



Hub (The) ; a comedy-drama in 4 acts, 
by A. Kenney. © 1 c. Dec. 7, 1935 ; 
D 40093; Alice Kenney, Battle 
Creek, Mich. 246 

Huckleberry Finn. See Huckleberry 
Finn, detective. 

Huckleberry Finn, detective; a com- 
edy for young and old, by Robert 
Lewis. (A sequel to the dramatiza- 
tion of Huckleberry Finn, by the 
same author) Minneapolis, Minn., 
1936. 10-3 p. diagr. 12mo. © Jan. 
22, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 25; D 40381; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

247 

Human ties; a 4 act play, by E. W. 
Riddle, based on the lives of Charles 
and Mary Lamb. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1936 ; D 40482 ; Edith Ward Riddle, 
Black Mountain, N. C. 248 

Hung jury; a play in 1 act, by David 

0. Woodbury. Boston, Mass. [1936] 
2 p. 1., [3]-46 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Jan. 22, 1936; 2 c. Feb. 1; D 
40547 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

249 

Hyacinths ; a play in 1 act, by Tacie 
Hanna Rew. New York, Los Ange- 
les [etc., etc.] 1935. 22 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Sept. 20, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 
31, 1936; D 40461; Samuel French, 
New York. "250 

Hyde Park corner; a play in 3 acts, 
by Walter Hackett. London, New 
York, 1935. 91 p. diagrs. 8vo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 1729] ) 
© Oct. 2, 1935; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936; 
D 40515 ; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 251 

Hymn to Demeter; a 1-act play, by 
A. Darlington, based on Homer's 
Hymn to Demeter. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 
1936; D 40081; Anne Darlington, 
Washington. 252 

I. O. U. See First nighter. 

I need a shave; [by] John R. Kanz, 
jr. Sioux City, la., 1935. 2 numb. 

1. 4to. © Sept. 1, 1935: 2 c. Dec. 
16; aff. Jan. 13, 1936; AA 19326S ; 
Wetmore declamation bureau, Sioux 
City, la. 253 

'Iepets Kal irairades] 8pafMaTiKrj ydoypcupla 
els fxepri rpla, viro Nikou Aa.fxirpoiro'Kov. 

Iereis kai papades ; a dramatic ethog- 
raphy in 3 parts, by Nick Lam- 
bropoulos. San Francisco, Calif., 
Printed by California, Greek news- 
paper [1935] 128 p. Svo. © Oct. 



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18, 1935; 2 c. Oct. 23; D 3S626; 
Nick Lambropoulos, San Francisco. 

254 

If thine eye offend thee; a drama in 
8 acts, by Hjalmar Moidell, trans- 
lated by A. R. Sawyer. © 1 c. 
Jan. 30, 1936 : D 40483 ; Astrid Ros- 
ing Sawyer, Chicago. 255 

If women could choose; a new piny in 
3 acts, by M. H. Gropper and Edna 
Sherry. © 1 c. Dec. 13, 1935; D 
40092 ; Milton Herbert Gropper, Los 
Angeles. 256 

111 wind ; a play in 3 acts, by S. Cleugh 
and H. Hancock. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1936; D 40139; Helen Hancock and 
Sophia Cleugh, New York. 257 

In anybody's ear; by Lillian Imelda 
Sullivan. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1936; D 
40428; Lillian I. Sullivan, Cincin- 
nati. 258 

In Dutch. See How am I doing? 

In the hands of the enemy. See 
Leatherstocking. 

In the money ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
James F. Stone. Franklin, O., Den- 
ver, Col., 1935. 86 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© June 25, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936 ; 
D 40202; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 259 

Incorruptible (The) ; a drama in 1 act 
with a chorus, by Phoebe M. Rees. 
London, H. F. W. Deane & sons, The 
Year book press, ltd. [1935] 27 p. 
12mo. (The Year book press series 
of plays) © Dec. IS, 1935; 1 c. 
Dec. 30; D 40236; Phoebe M. Rees, 
Williton, Somerset, England. 260 

Indoor fireworks ; a farcical comedy in 
3 acts, by Arthur Macrae. London, 
New York, 1935. 76 p. plate. 8vo. 
([French's acting edition, no. 694]) 
© May 16, 1935 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936 ; 
D 40519; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 261 

Inquest ! a play in 3 acts, by Michael 
Barringer [pseud, of A. Barringer] 
London, H. F. W. Deane & sons, The 
Year book press, ltd. [1935] 93, 
[1] p. diagr. 8vo. (The Year book 
press series of plays) © Oct. 15, 
1935; 1 c. Nov. 5; D 38200; Alan 
Barringer, Aldwick, Bognor Regis, 
Sussex, England. 262 

Insurance association scheme ; [by 
Kenneth B. Backman] 1935. 9 
numb. 1. 4to. © Dec. 30, 1935; 2 



c. Jan. 10, 1936; D 40119; Boston 
better business bureau, inc., Boston. 

263 

International football; a comedy in 3 
acts, by J. S. Brown, jr. © 1 c. 
Jan. 29, 1936; D 40448; John S. 
Brown, jr., New York. 264 

Into the blue ; a play in 3 acts, by E. L. 
Thomson. © 1 c. Jan. IS, 1936; 
D. 40363; Edward Lionel Thomson, 
Toronto, Canada. 265 

Is it bait? [by Kenneth B. Backman] 
1935. 9 numb. 1. 4to. © Dec. 27, 
1935; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1936; D 40121; 
Boston better business bureau, inc., 
Boston. 266 

It had to be told ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by A. G. Smith. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 
1936; D 40430; Addison Geery 
Smith, Garden City, N. Y. 267 

It's great to be crazy ; a comedy in 
3 acts, by Richard Hill Wilkinson. 
Boston, Mass. [1936] 138 p. 12mo. 
© Jan. 22, 1936; 2 c. Feb. 1; D 
40550; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

268 

It's the fashion ; a farce in 3 acts, by 
Kathryn Wayne. Franklin, O., Den- 
ver, Col., 1935. 95 p. diagrs. 12mo. 
© July 25, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936 ; 
D 40186; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 269 

Je-Do (The) shop; parts 5-20, by Bar- 
bara Lowe [pseud, of] R. B. L. 
Manasse. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1936; D 
38994; Rose Barbara Loewy Man- 
asse, Chicago. 270 

Jean Valjean and the bishop ; a play 
in 1 act, by Dorothy Helen Albert. 
Boston, Mass. [1936] 23 p. diagr. 
12mo. ( [Baker's royalty plays] ) 
© Jan. 9, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 24; D 
40347 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

271 

Joan of Arc ; a play in 5 acts, by M. S. 
Blanchet. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1935; D 
40087; Mary Shea Blanchet, Man- 
chester, N. H. 272 

Joan the second; a play in 1 act, by 
Len D. Hollister. New York, Los 
Angeles [etc., etc.] 1935. 19 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Sept. 20, 1935; 2 
c. Jan. 31, 1936; D 40459; Samuel 
French, New York. 273 

John Bart; dramatic story in 3 acts, 
by S. Caubet and E. L. Hackes. © 
1 c. Dec. 20, 1935 ; D 40128 ; Suzanne 
Caubet and Everett L. Hackes, New 
York. 274 



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Jolly park. See Jolly's corner grocery. 

Jolly's corner grocery; or, Jolly park, 
scenes 1 and 2, a radio continuity 
script, by R. Marion. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1936 ; D 40124 ; Lucille Banner, New 
York, and Ruth Marion, Irvington, 
N. J. 275 

Judgment (The) of Sheba ; operetta in 
1 act, for female voices, text and 
music by W. A. Goldsworthy. Bos- 
ton, New York [etc., 1935] 46 p. 
4to. © Dec. 20, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 9, 
1936; D 39005; Carl Fischer, inc., 
New York. 276 

Junior news parade — parade of youth ; 
script no. 2, by Milton M. Silberman 
and Lillian Thompson. © 1 c. Dec. 
19, 1935; D 40314; Hamilton radio 
productions co., New York. 277 

Just another day; a Christmas play 
in 1 act, by Isla Paschal Richard- 
son. Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 
1935. 23 p. 12mo. © Sept. 23, 
1935; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936; D 40177; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 278 

Just one big happy family ; [by] Mary 
Maynard Kieffer. Sioux City, la., 
1935. 4 numb. 1. 4to. © Sept, 1, 
1935; 2 c. Dec. 16; aff. Jan. 13, 
1936 ; AA 193266 ; Wetmore declama- 
tion bureau, Sioux City, la. 279 

Just outside the door ; a missionary 
play in 3 acts, by Edna B. Wood. 
Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 1935. 21 
p. 12mo. ([Eldridge church enter- 
tainments]) © July 31, 1935; 2 c. 
Jan. 13, 1936 ; D 40198 ; Eldridge en- 
tertainment house, inc., Franklin, 
O. 280 

Keep'm guessing; a 3 act comedy 
drama, by Helen E. Olcott [i. e. H. 
O. Towne] © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1936; 
D 40233: Helen Olcott Towne, Ber- 
genfield, N. J. 281 

Kingdom (The), the power and the 
glory. Bee First nighter. 

Knockout blackouts; a collection of 
humorous playlets for high school 
presentation, by Jean Provence. 
Franklin. O., Denver, Col., 1935. 
50 p. 12mo. © Sept. 4, 1935 ; 2 c. 
and aff. Jan. 13, 1936; AA 194288; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 282 

Korbones; drama in 4 acts, by J. L. 
Futterman. 
]ia ,oy3yi:D 5 ]ix ppx 4 )'x x»*m ;mamp 



© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1936; D 40240; 
Jehuda Leib Futterman, Passaic, 
N. J. 283 

Lace. See Loolie, and other short 
plays. 

Lady Hamilton. See Echoes of his- 
tory. 

Lafayette, here I come! [by] Blanch 
Bensen. Sioux City, la., 1935. 3 
numb. 1. 4 to. © Sept. 1, 1935 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 16; aff. Jan. 13, 1936; AA 
193267; Wetmore declamation bu- 
reau, Sioux City, la. 284 

Land ho, sailor! a comedy in 3 acts, 
by William F. Davidson. Minne- 
apolis, Minn., 1936. 89 p. plates. 
12mo. © Jan. 18, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 21 ; 
D 40326 ; Northwestern press, 
Minneapolis. 285 

Larger than life; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by J. Schrank and N. Matson, based 
on a short story by N. Matson. © 1 
c. Dec. 13, 1935; D 40167; Joseph 
Schrank, Upper Black Eddy, Pa., 
and Norman Matson, Wellfleet, 
Mass. 286 

Lasses and Honey recording; The 
prize fighter, by Lasses White 
[pseud, of L. White]. © 1 c. Dec. 
19, 1935; D 40252; Le Roy White, 
Nashville. 287 

Last (The) shot; a play in 3 acts, by 
N. A. Karoly. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1936 ; 
D 38975; Nicholas Anton Karoly, 
New York. 288 

Late spring; a play in 1 act, by Ida 
Lublenski Ehrlich. New York, Los 
Angeles [etc., etc.] 1935. 20 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Sept. 20, 1935; 2 
c. Jan. 31, 1936; D 40476; Samuel 
French, New York. 289 

Laugh (A) for you; a mock broadcast, 
by Thos. S. Huntley. Franklin, O., 
Denver, Col., 1935. 29 p. 12mo. 
© Aug. 15, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936 ; 
D 40203 ; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 290 

Laughter (The) of the gods; a play 
in 3 acts, by Gilbert Davis [pseud, 
of B. T. Davidson, jr.] and R. F. 
Lee. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1935 ; D 40219 ; 
Berthold T. Davidson, jr., Ingle- 
wood, Calif., and Raymond Francis 
Lee, Hollywood, Calif. 291 

Leatherstocking ; four 1-act plays, by 
W. O. McWatters. A dramatization 
from one of The leatherstocking 
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Fenimore Cooper. Contents. — Gliin- 
nierglass. — Deerslayer and hostile 
Indians. — The chest and the ivory 
ransoms. — In the hands of the en- 
emy. Note: These first four plays 
of the Leatherstocking series may 
he produced as one play. © 1 c. 
Jan. 13, 193G; D 40133; Wilbert O. 
McWatters, New York. 292 

Leatherstocking tales. See Leather- 
stocking. 

Leave it to Mary ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Ernest Denny. London, New 
York, 1935. 109 p. diagrs. 12mo. 
([French's acting edition, no. 795]) 
© Sept. 27. 1985 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1930 ; 
D 40508; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 293 

Lesa Kalitina. See Love (The) of 
Lesa. 

Let us have peace; a play in 3 acts, 
by P. Chavchavadze. © 1 c. Jan. 
17. 1930; D 40263; Paul Chavcha- 
vn dze, New York. 204 

Letzte (Die) rolle; schauspiel in 3 
akten (7 bildern) von Lajos Zilahy. 
Budapest, 1935. 3 p. 1., 3-124 p. 
12mo. © Feb. 1, 1935 ; 1 c. Dec. 23 ; 
D 40035 ; Rozsavolgyi & tarsa, Buda- 
pest, Hungary. 295 

Life (The) of Mary Sothern ; by Don 
Becker, scripts nos. 306-313. © 1 
c. each Jan. 4, 1936 ; D 40096-40103 ; 
Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

296-303 

scripts nos. 314-317. © 1 



c. each Jan. 17, 1936 ; D 40281-40284 ; 
Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

304-307 

scripts nos. 318-322. © 1 



c. each Jan. 17, 1936 ; D 4034S-40352 
Crosley radio Corp., Cincinnati. 

308-312 

Light as air ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
S. W. Boyd. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1936 ; 
D 40238 ; Sydney Wilson Boyd, New 
York. 313 

Like father like son ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by R. Cheyne Ross. © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1936; D 40076: Robert 
Cheyne Ross, Saint John, New 
Brunswick. 314 

Little Doctor Love ; a 1-act play, by 
Frances Nordstrom. New York. Los 
Angeles [etc., etc.] 1935. 19 p. 
12 mo. ©Sept. 20, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 
31. 1936: D 40474; Samuel French. 
New York. 315 



Little Granny Graver. See Loolie, and 
other short plays. 

Little life; a play in 8 scenes,, by C. 
Hardy. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1936; D 
38983; Channell Hardy, London. 

316 

Little Miss Dreamer; a comedy in 3 
acts, by James Reach. New York, 
Los Angeles [etc., etc.] 1935. 86 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Sept. 23, 1935; 2 
c. Jan. 31, 1936; D 40457; Samuel 
French, New York. 317 

Little Mother; a 1-act play, by L. A. 
De Menna. © 1 ,c. Jan. 2, 1936; 
D 38985; Leonard A. De Menna, 
Bridgeport, Conn. 318 

Little red school house ; a college com- 
edv in 2 acts, by William Roos. © 

1 c. Jan. 25, 1936 ; D 40410 ; William 
Ernest Roos, New York. 319 

Little (The) red schoolhouse by Stalin 
& Kerensky [sic] ; a comedy sketch 
for radio or stage presentation, by R. 
E. Proctor, jr. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1936; 
D 40126 ; Robert Emmet Proctor, jr., 
Elkhart, Ind. 320 

Lone flight ; a 1-act play for boys and 
girls, by Warren Beck. Boston, 
Mass., 1936. 20 p. 12mo. (Baker's 
junior high plays) © Jan. 9, 1936; 

2 c. Jan. 24; D 40344; Walter H. 
Baker Co., Boston. ' 321 

Lone (The) Ranger; by Francis 
Striker, no. A-91. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1936; D 38979; Lone Ranger, inc., 
Detroit. 322 

no. A-92. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 

1936; D 40075; Lone Ranger, inc., 
Detroit. 323 



no. A-93. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 

1936; D 40257; Lone Ranger, inc., 
Detroit. 324 

no. A -94. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 



1936; D 40375; Lone Ranger, inc., 
Detroit. 325 

no. A-95. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 



1930; D 40489; Lone Ranger, inc., 
Detroit. 326 

Lonely lady ; a play in 1 act, by Lulie 
Hard McKinley. Franklin, O.. Den- 
ver. Col.. 1935. 21 p. diagr. 12mo. 
([Eldridge royalty plays]) © Aug. 
22. 1935; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936; D 
40204 ; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 327 



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Long distance tailoring scheme ; [by 
Kenneth B. Backman] 1935. 11 
numb. 1. 4to. © Dec. 27, 1885; 2; c. 
Jan. 10, 1936 ; D 40122 ; Boston better 
business bureau, inc., Boston. 328 

Loolie, and other short plays ; by E. P. 
Conkle, preface by E. C. Mabie. New 
York, London, 1935. 93 p. l2mo. 
Contents. — Loolie. — The owl and two 
young men. — Lace. — P'taters in the 
s p r i n g. — Madge. — Little Granny 
Graver. © July 18, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 
31, 1936; D 40468; Samuel French, 
New York. 32,9 

Lost portrait ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Phoebe Hoffman. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 
1936; D 40228: Phoebe Hoffman 
Bickerton, New York. 330' 

Lou Little club ; Bordens no. 3, a radio 
broadcast series, by Stella Unzer. 
© 1 c. Nov. 8, 1935 ; D 40362 ; Radio 
guild of America, inc., New York. 

331 

Love cures depression ; a play in 4 acts, 
by A. R. Shapiro. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 
1935; D 38990; Anna R. Shapiro, 
New York. 332 

Love makes a forced landing. See 
Grand hotel. 

Love (The) of Lesa ; or, Lesa Kalitina, 
or, Memories, a play in prologue, 3 
acts and epilogue, by Michael Visar- 
off ; based on Ivan Turgenev's novel, 
The house of gentlefolk, or, The nest 
of the noble. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1936 ; 
D 40405; Michael Semeon Visaroff. 
New York. 333 

Lovely lady; by Walter Knight. (In 
The one-act theatre, The sixth book. 
London, 1935) © July 24, 1935 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1936; D 40537; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 334 

Love's children ; or, The pendulum 
swings back, a play in 3 acts, by D. 
Polowe. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1936; D 
40424 ; David Polowe, Paterson, N. J. 

335 

Love's old sweet song; a homely com- 
edy of the eighteen-nineties, in 6 
scenes, by C. William Cowper [pseud, 
of C. W. Cooper] in collaboration 
with E. Clayton McCarty, Sara Sloan 
McCarty, and Edris B. Cooper. © 
1 c. Jan. 6. 1936; D 40030; Charles 
William Cooper, Whittier, Calif. 

336 

Lucky girl ; a farce comedy in 3 acts, 
by Arthur Howard. Minneapolis, 
Minn. 1936. 87 p. plates. 12mo. 



© Jan. 3, 1986 ; 2 c. Jan. 7 ; D 40058 ; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

337 

Lucy and David Lane ; a play in 2 acts, 
by J. Gleason. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1986 ; 
D 38987 ; James Gleason, Beverly 
Hills, Calif. 338 

Mad Magyars ! an original comedy- 
satire-travesty of Hungary, in 3 acts, 
by A. Spira. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1936; 
D 38999; Alva Spira, New York. 

339 

Madge. See Loolie, and other short 
plays. 

Madres del mundo ; by G. M. Dada. © 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1936 ; D 40493 ; George 
M. Dada, New York. 340 

Magic (The) of an hour; a comedy in 
1 act, by Jacinto Benavente [i. e. 
Jacinto Benavente y Martinez] trans- 
lated from the Spanish by John Gar- 
rett Underhill. Boston, Mass. 
[Walter H. Baker company, 1935] 
17 p. 12mo. © Dec. 23, 1935 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 1, 1936 ; D 40541 ; John Garrett 
Underhill, New York. 341 

Mail (The) goes through. See Death 
Valley days. 

Make-up; by Anthony Pelissier. (In 
The one-act theatre, The fifth book. 
London, 1935) © May 28, 1935; 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1936; D 40532; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 342 

Make weights; 11 sketches for revue. 
London, New York, 1934. 63 p. 8vo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 1606] ) 
•Contents.— The ghost of Marley Hall, 
by Ella Adkins. — The Paris model, 
by Ella Adkins. — Almost a funeral, 
by Ella Adkins. — Thicker than water, 
by Reginald Purdell. — Grape fruit, 
by Reginald Purdell. — My lady leaves 
a message, by Reginald Purdell. — 
Wedding march in a tea-room, by 
M. A. Dormie. — The dangerous age, 
by Ella Adkins. — Three parts bad, by 
John J. Melluish. — Playing his suit, 
by F. Morton Howard. — Certainly 
not ! bv F. Morton Howard. © Sept. 
13, 1934 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936 ; D 40514 : 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 343 

Man and his angels : an original play 
in 4 acts, by Katharine Morse. © 
1 c. Jan. 20, 1936 ; D 40291 ; Katha- 
rine Duncan Morse, Boston. 344 

Man (The) from Kerioth ; a play in 3 
acts, bv J. T. Gamble. © 1 c. Jan. 
27, 1936 ; D 40420 ; J. Theodore Gum- 
ble, St. Louis. 345 



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364 



Man gets job. See Help wanted. 

Man (The) under the bed; a 1 act 
coined v drama, by M. B. Yost. © 
1 c. Jan. 14, 1930: D 40223; Marian 
Bruce Yost, Santa Monica, Calif. 

346 

Man with four lives; a play in 3 acts, 
by O. I). Weill, adapted from Wil- 
liam Joyce Oowen's novel of the 
same name. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1936; 
D 40297 ; Otto D. Weill, New York. 

347 

Man (The) without a past; a play in 

3 acts, by M. V. Heberden. © 1 c. 
Jan. 27, 1936 ; D 40419 ; Mary Violet 
Heberden, New York. 348 

Many-coloured (The) glass; a play in 

4 acts, by M. M. Coxe, based on the 
life of Shelley. © 1 c. Jan. 8. 1936 ; 
D 40066; Maria M. Coxe, Rose Val- 
ley, Pa. 349 

Marching shadows ; a play in 3 acts, by 
L. Solis-Cohen. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1936 ; 
D 40235 ; Leon Solis-Cohen, Philadel- 
phia. 350 

Margie; a comedy of youth in 3 acts, 
by Robert Hilton. Minneapolis, 
Minn., 1936. 99 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
Jan. 3, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 7; D 40052; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

351 

Maria Chapdelaine ; by Louis Hemon, 
translated from the original and ar- 
ranged for the stage by L. Mulligan. 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1936 ; D 40491 ; Louis 
Mulligan, Montreal. 352 

Marie-go-round ; a comedy drama in 3 
acts, by Adrian Barker. © 1 c. Jan. 
14. 1936 ; D 40224 ; Ruth Collins, New 
York. 353 

Marijuana ; a play in 3 acts, by R. E. 
MacAlarney. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1936; 
D 40270 ; Robert Emmet MacAlarney. 
New York. 354 

Marta and the A. A. A. ; [by] Lois M. 
Grant. Sioux City, la., 1935. 3 
numb. 1. 4to. © Jan. 15, 1936 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 16; aff. Jan. 13, 1936; AA 
193269; Wetmore declamation bu- 
reau, Sioux City, la. 355 

Mary Baker Eddy. See Clever (A) 
woman. 

Mary Stuart, queen of Scots. See 
Sun up and Sun down. 

Mary Taylor Gray — the children's re- 
porter; program no. 1, by Philip ' 



Kobbe. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1936; D 
40407 ; Philip Kobbe,. inc., New York. 

356 

Mary Tudor; a play in a prologue and 
3 acts, by Wilfrid Grantham. © 1 c. 
Jan. 15, 1936; D 40277; Wilfrid 
Augustus Cuming Grantham. Lon- 
don. 357 

Mating trouble; a comedy sketch writ- 
ten for radio presentation, by R. E. 
Proctor, jr. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1936; 
D 40044 ; Robert Emmet Proctor, jr., 
Elkhart, Ind. 358 

Mayor's (The) lamps of honor. See 
Echoes of New York town. 

Memories. See Love (The) of Lesa. 

Mennenite [sic] ; a play in 1 act, by 
W. S. Banks, jr. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1936; D 40298; William Stephen 
Banks, jr., New Rochelle, N. Y. 359 

Merchants of divorce ; a play in 3 acts, 
by J. Haggart. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1936 ; 
D 40078 ; John Haggart, Hollywood, 
Calif. 360 

Merry mocks ; a collection of mock 
trials and mock weddings, by Arthur 
L. Kaser. Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 
1935. 95 p. 12mo. Contents. — 
Oswald Oozelpopper, hoss thief. — 
Coon Creek court cases. — Somewhat 
divorcified. — A welcome sentence. — ■ 
Call the next case. — Who stole the 
world? — Lucy goes A. W. O. L. — 
Wedding bells for Hepsidee. — Mum's 
the word. — In the nick of time. — 
Wedding bells and belles. © July 
30. 1935; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 13, 1936; 
AA 194289; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 361 

Meteor ; a play in 3 acts, by S. N. Behr- 
man. New York, London [etc.] 
Samuel French, inc., 1934. 103, [2] 
p. plates, diagrs. 12mo. ( [French's 
standard library edition] ) Acting 
edition. © Nov. 28. 1934 ; 2 c. July 
25, 1935; D 36707; S. N. Behrman, 
New York. 362 

Metropolitan notes. See Echoes of 
New York town. 

Metropolitan scene; or, No messages, 
a play in 3 acts, by G. Somnes. © 
1 c. Aug. 30, 1935 : D 40421 ; George 
Somnes, New York. 363 

Mexican rendezvous ; or, Across the 
Rio Grande, moving picture scenario, 
by C. G. Wilson and O. Galeno. © 
1 c. Nov. 22, 1935; D 38988; Carol 
Green Wilson, Palo Alto, Calif., and 
Oscar Galeno, San Francisco. 364 



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pt. I, v. 



Midsummer (A) night's dream; by 
William Shakespeare, edited by 
Farnsworth Wright, twenty-five illus- 
trations by Virgil Finlay. Chicago. 
Wright's Shakespeare library, 1935. 
97 p. illus. 8vo. © Dec. 12, 1935 ; 
2 c. Dec. 30' ; D 40299 ; Popular fiction 
pub. co., Indianapolis. 365 

Miguel and Juan with Cortes at the 
conquest of Mexico ; or, Cortes the 
Conqueror ; episodes 1 and 16, by I. 
L. Vendig. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1936; 
D 40444; Irving L. Vendig, Chicago. 

366 

Miracle in Louisiana ; [a 1 act play for 
radio broadcasting, prepared by 
Scholastic, the American high school 
weekly] 1935. 11 numb. 1. nar. fol. 
© Sept. 12, 1935; 2 c. Dec. 30; D 
40334; Scholastic corp., Pittsburgh. 

367 

Mirth control ; a comedy in 7 scenes, 
by L. C. Sands [pseud, of L. Schach- 
ter] and Robert Marko [pseud, of 
H. R. Ornstein] © 1 c. Dec. 3, 
1935; D 38991; H. Robert Ornstein 
and Leon Schachter, Brooklyn. 368 

Mislaid (The) professor; a comedy 
drama in 3 acts, by Betsy G. Odiorne 
[pseud, of N. M. Corkum] and Marian 
Bruce [pseud, of M. B. Yost] © 1 c. 
Dec. 9, 1935; D 40062; Neile Miller 
Corkum and Marian Bruce Yost, 
Ocean Park, Calf. 369 

Mrs. Maloney's affliction; an Irish 
sketch for seven women, by Mary 
Russell. Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 
1935. 14 p. 12mo. ( [Eldridge 
plays] ) © Mar. 20, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 
13. 1936; D 40180; Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 

370 

Mixed dates ; a farce in 1 act, by 
Virginia Thornton King. Franklin 
O., Denver, Col., 1935. 28 p. 12mo. 
( [Eldridge popular one-act plays] ) 
© June 12, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936 ; 
D 40181; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 371 

Modern (A) Christmas carol; Dec. 24, 
1935, a radio drama by A. D. Cole, 
from a story by Julius F. Seebach, jr. 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1936 ; D 38976 ; Alonzo 
Deen Cole, Pelham Manor, N. Y. 

372 

Mollie, the manicure ; a humorous read- 
ing, by Warren Eugene Crane. 
Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 1935. 4 
p. 12m o. ( [Eldridge popular mono- 
logs] ) © Aug. 8, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 



1936; D 40176; Eldridge entertain- 
ment house, inc., Franklin, O. 373 

Moonlight and roses; a comedy in 3 
acts, by J. C. McMullen. Boston, 
Mass. [1936] 134 p. diagr. 12mo. 
([Baker's royalty plays]) © Jan. 
21, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 24; D 40340; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 374 

Moonstone (The) ; a mystery play in 
3 acts (based upon Wilkie Collins' 
novel of the same name) by Wall 
Spence. Minneapolis, Minn., 1936. 
112 p. diagr. 12mo. © Jan. 3, 1936 ; 
2 c. Jan. 7 ; D 40053 ; Northwestern 
press, Minneapolis. 375 

Mother-land sings; a masque, by L. 
Young Correthers. Rockford, 111., 
1935. 8 numb. 1. 4to. © Feb. 15, 
1935; 2 c. Oct. 28; D 40060; Rock- 
ford mothersingers, Rockford, 111. 

37$ 

Mother's husband. See Fly away 
home. 

Murder (The) issue; a play in 3 acts, 
by Vincent McConnor [i. e. J. V. Mc- 
Connor] with James and John 
Monks. © 1 c. Dec. 18, 1935; D 
40094 ; John Vincent McConnor, New 
York, James Monks and John Monks, 
Pleasantville, N. Y. 377 

Music halls of the Gay nineties. See 
Echoes of New York town. 

Musical miniatures of United States 
history ; no. 1, by Dorothy Vallan- 
Ney [i. e. D. C. Ney] Text. © 1 c. 
Nov. 18, 1935; D 40221; Dorothy 
Collins Ney, Brooklyn. 378 

My buddy ; a play in 3 acts, by Lawson 
Humphreys [pseud, of H. J. Lawson] 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1936; D 40426; 
Humphrey Job Lawson, Ozone Park, 
N. Y. 379 

My crime ; a comedy in 2 acts, by 
Georges Berr and Louis Verneuil 
[pseud, of Louis Collin Du Boccage] 
Adapted from the French by Thorn- 
ton Coolidge. © 1 e. Jan. 13, 1936 ; 
D 40142 ; Luther Greene, New York. 

380 

My lady wears a white cockade ; a play 
in 3 acts, by Ronald Gow. London, 
The Garamoncl press, ltd., 1935. 63 
p. 8vo. © Nov. 28, 1935 ; 1 c. Dec. 
11; D 38971; Ronald Gow, Bowdon, 
Cheshire, England. 381 

My wife left me ; a comedy in 3 acts. 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1930 ; D 401-10 ; Harry 
Wagstaff Gribble, Flushing, L. I., 
N. Y. 3S2 



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427 



Myrt and Marge: a series of radio 
sketches, by Myrtle Vail, episodes 
DOS. 675-689. © 1 c. each Jan. 2, 
1936; I) 40000-40014; Wm, Wrigley, 
jr. co., Chicago. 383-397 

episodes nos. 090-704. © 1 c. 

each Jan. 24, 1936; D 403SS-40402 ; 
Wm. Wrigley, jr. co., Chicago. 

398-412 

Name your price ; a play in S scenes, by 
15. M. Gottlieb. © 1 c. Dec. 4, 1935; 
D 40217; Beatrice Margaret Gott- 
lieb, New York. 413 

National (The) diet; a play in 3 acts, 
by Alton Brooke [pseud, of A. B. 
Kern] © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1936 ; D 40020 ; 
Atta Brooks Kern, Washington. 

414 

National Park program. See Death 
Valley days. 

Negro history in thirteen plays ; by 
Willis Richardson and May Miller. 
Washington. D. C. [1985] vii, 333 
p. Svo. Dramatic contents. — Plays 
by Willis Richardson : Antonio Ma- 
ceo. — Attueks, the martyr. — The el- 
der Dumas. — Near Calvary. — In 
Menelek's court. Plays by Georgia 
Douglas Johnson : Frederick Doug- 
lass.— William and Ellen Craft. A 
play by Randolph Edmonds: Nat 
Turner. A play by Helen Webb 
Harris : Genifrede. Plays by May 
Miller : Christophe's daughters. — 
Harriet Tubma n. — Samory. — So- 
journer Truth. © Dec. 7, 1935; 2 
c. and aff. Dec. 20; A 88772; Asso- 
ciated publishers, inc., Washington. 

414* 

Neophyte (The) ; a modern tragedy 
in 3 acts, by J. G. Zeigler. © 1 c. 
Jan. S. 1936: D 40209: Jane Garvin 
Zeigler, Jacksonville, Fla. 415 

Nest (The) of the noble. See Love 
(The) of Lesa. 

New avenues ; a play in prologue and 
3 acts, by G. Teal. Rewritten ver- 
sion of But a step. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 
193G: D 40450; George Teal, New 
York. 416 

New (The) minister's wife; a farce in 
2 scenes, by N. Wanda Rapier. 
Franklin, O.. Denver, Col. r 1935. 24 
p. 12mo. ( [Eklridge church enter- 
tainments]) © June 27, 1935; 2 c. 
Jan. 13, 1936: D 40207; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin, 
O. 417 



New (The) Penny. See Helen Hayes 
serial. 

New vistas; by Mary Agnes Tynan. 
Chicago [1935] iv, 35 p. illus., port. 
12mo. © Dec. 3, 1935; 2 c. Dec. 20; 
D 40112; National committee on 
boys and girls club work, inc., Chi- 
cago. 418 

New Year's eve. See Helen Hayes 
serial. 

New Year's (The) I can't forget : by 
F. F. Ayres. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1936; 
D 40310; Frieda Florence Ayres, 
Chicago. 419 

Newspapers. See Echoes of New York 
town. 

Night (The) owl; another unusual 
mystery comedy, by Frank W. 
Spohn. Franklin, O., Denver. Col., 
1935. 107 p. diagr. 12mo. © Sept. 
11, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936; D 40196; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 420 

Nightingale ; a play in 3 acts, by G. 
Lipkind. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1936; D 
40276; Goodman Lipkind, New York. 

421 

Nightshade ; monodrama, bv V. Pot- 
ter. © 1 c. Jan. ll r 1936 : D 40136 ; 
Virginia Potter, Newport, R. I. 422 

No Mae West ; by Victor Rehg. © 1 c. 
Jan. 27, 1936; D 40414; Victor P. 
Rehg, Brooklyn. 423 

No messages. See Metropolitan scene. 

No second love ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by S. L. Schwartz. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 
1930 : D 40019 ; Samuel L. Schwartz, 
Brooklyn. 424 

No smoking ; a farce in 1 act, by Ja- 
cinto Benavente [i. e. Jacinto Bena- 
vente y Martinez] translated from 
the Spanish by John Garrett Un- 
derbill. Boston, Mass. [Walter H. 
Baker company, 1935] 21 p. 12mo. 
© Dec. 23, 1935; 2 c. Feb. 1. 1936; 
D 40552; John Garrett Underbill, 
New York. 425 

No sponsor mention ; by Victor Rehg. 
© 1 c. Jan. 27. 1930 : D 40415 ; Vic- 
tor P. Rehg r Brooklyn. 426 

Nobody's child; a Christmas pageant, 
by Mabel Crampton Cox. Franklin, 
O.. 1935. 10 p. 12mo. Contains 
music. © July 27, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 
13. 1936: D 40499: Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc., Franklin. O. 

427 



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pt. i, v. 9 



North of Sunset ; a play in 5 scenes, 
by Claire Parrish [pseud, of M. P. 
Grotewohl] © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1936; 
D 40386; Mable P. Grotewohl, Hol- 
lywood, Calif. 428 

November afternoon ; by Anthony Pel- 
issier. (In The one-act theatre, The 
fourth book. London, 1935) © 
Mar. 15,. 1935 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936 ; D 
40523; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 429' 

Of all things ; a 3-act play, by M. Mer- 
rill and J. S. Truesdell. © 1 c. Jan. 
13, 1936; D 40135; Mildred Merrill, 
Kalamazoo, Mich., and John S. 
Truesdell, Columbus, O. 430 

Off to Philly ; by Victor Rehg. © 1 c. 
Jan. 27, 1936; D 40416; Victor P. 
Rehg, Brooklyn. 431 

Ogboddy's (The) outing; by Mabel 
Constanduros. (In The one-act the- 
atre, The fifth book. London, 1935) 
© May 28, 1935 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936 ; 
D 40530 ; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 432 

Oh, baby ! a farce by Arthur Kaser. 
Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 1935. 
13 p. 12mo. ( [Eldridge popular 
one-act plays] ) © June 26, 1935 ; 

2 c. Jan. 13, 1936 ; D 40179 ; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin, 
O. 433 

Old gods and new; a play in 3 acts 
with prologue, by C. T. Wiester. © 
1 c. Jan. 30, 1936; D 40484; Caro- 
lina Taylor Wiester, Washington, 
Pa. 434 

Old (The) man of the woods. See 
Five plays for children. 

Oliver Twist ; a dramatization of 
Charles Dickens' immortal novel, in 

3 acts, by William Linda. Minnea- 
polis, Minn., 1936. 119 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Jan. 4, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 7 ; 
D 40059 ; Northwestern press, Minn- 
eapolis. 435 

On the third day; a sacred dramatic 
Easter cantata, text by Marion 
Wakeman, music by Ruth Dale 
[pseud, of Ira B. Wilson] Dayton, 
O., 1936. 31 p. 4to. © Jan. 13, 
1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 18 ; D 39011 ; Lorenz 
pub. co., Dayton, O. 436 

One morning very early; by Philip 
Johnson and Howard Agg. {In The 
one-act theatre, The fifth book. 
London, 1935) © May 28, 1935 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1936; D 40533; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 437 



One rehearsal pageants for the 
church; by Harry W. Githens. Cin- 
cinnati, O. [1935] 224 p. 12mo. 
Contents. — America's hour. — A cloud 
of witnesses. — Defenders of the 
faith. — Highway builders. — Just 
around the corner. — The lawgiver. — ■ 
The land of all nations. — The mes- 
sengers. — Mothers of men. — One 
Father of all. — The Pharisee from 
Tarsus. — Soldiers of the cross. — The 
story that never grows old. — The 
torch bearers. — Uncle Sam's fam- 
ily. — National costumes. © Dec. 17, 
1935; 2 c. Dec. 21; aft. Dec. 20; A 
89967 ; Standard pub. co., Cincinnati. 

437* 

One thing thou lackest; by Blanche 
Bayliss. Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 
1935. 18 p. 12mo. ([Eldridge 
church entertainments] ) © Sept. 
7, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936 ; D 40205 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 438 

O'Neills (The) ; episodes 45-69, by 
Jane West. © 1 c. each Jan. 6, 
1936; D 40023; Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 439 

Opening night ; a farcical comedy in 3 
acts, by S. Bosley and Leonard 
Behrens. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1936; D 
40413; Stewart Bosley, Marietta, O. 

-440 

Oriental episode. See First nighter. 

Original (An) idea; a 3 act play, by 
G. W. Jeffries. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1936; 
D 40029 ; Gertrude Worthington Jef- 
fries, Birmingham, Ala. 441 

Ostriches (The) ; or, Smith and 
Schmidt, a comedy in 3 parts, by R. 
Wittenberg, translated by Da Silva. 
© 1 c. Dec. 26, 1935; D 40222; Ru- 
dolf Wittenberg, Cleveland. 442 

Other people's lives ; a play in 3 acts, 
by A. A. Milne. London, New York, 
Samuel French, ltd., 1935. 79 p. 
diagrs. 8vo. ([French's acting 
edition, no. 1927] ) © May 16, 1935 ; 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1936; D 40516; A. A. 
Milne, London. 443 

Out of the dark; a play in 3 acts, by 
H. M. Butler. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1936; 
D 38986; Helen Manville Butler, 
New York. 444 

Outpost ; a play in 3 acts and epilogue, 
by R. Strunskv and Patrick Lee. © 
1 c. Jan. 22, 1936 ; D 40323 ; Robert 
Strunsky, New York. 445 



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473 



Overnight; a comedy in 3 acts, by M. 
Fuller. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1936; D 
40018 ; Margaret Fuller, Norwich 
Town, Conn. 446 

Owl (The) and two young men. See 
Loolie, and other short plays. 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins ; continui- 
ties nos. 610 E. T.-031 E. T., by 
Frank Dahm. © 1 c. each Jan. 6, 
1936; D 10024; Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 447 

Ozark (An) romance; a rural coinedy- 
drama in 3 acts, by T. DePew and 
M. Roberts. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1935; 
D 40200; Tom DePew and Mary 
Roberts, Topeka, Kans. 448 

Pa picks a winner ; a playlet in 1 act, 
by D. Lees. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1936; 
D 40406; David Lees, Brooklyn. 

449 

Pauo Miss Glory; a play in 2 acts, by 
Joseph Schrank and Philip Dunning. 
New York. Los Angeles [etc., etc.] 
1935. 132 p. diagrs. 12mo. 
([French's standard library edi- 
tion]) © Sept. 20, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 
31, 1936; D 40458; Samuel French, 
New York. 450 

Painted (The) desert; a play in 3 acts 
and a prologue, by S. Kemper. © 1 
c. Jan. 27, 1936; D 40423; Sallie 
Kemper, New York. 451 

Panacea ; a full length psychological 
drama in 3 acts, by H. P. Kendall 
[pseud, of A. L. Golden] © 1 c. 
Jan. 2, 1936; D 38993; Alfred L. 
Golden, Pittsburgh. 452 

Paradise lost; a play in 3 acts, by 
Clifford Odets. New York, Random 
house [1936] xiii, 204 p. front. 
12mo. © Jan. 15, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 
20; D 40324; Clifford Odets, New 
York. 453 

Parole ; a comedy-drama in 3 acts, bv 
N. Harper. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1936; 
D 40264; Neal Harper, Brooklyn. 

454 

Partner wanted scheme; [by Kenneth 
B. Backman] 1935. S numb. 1. 4to. 
© Dec. 28, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1936 ; 
D 40120; Boston better business 
bureau, inc., Boston. 455 

Peggy Parks; a comedy of the heart 
in 3 acts, by Robert St. Clair. Min- 
neapolis, Minn., 1936. 100 p. diagr. 
12mo. First rev. edition. © Jan. 
3, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 7; D 40055; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

456 



Feggy Shippen ; a drama of the Ameri- 
can revolution, in 3 acts, by E. I. 
Haines, based on the Peggy Shippen 
stories in The New York times maga- 
zine, by the author. © 1 c. Dec. 
11, 1935 ; D 40311 ; E. Irvine Haines, 
Queens Village, L. I., N. Y. 457 

Peggy Shippen stories. See Peggy 
Shippen. 

Pendulum (The) swings back. See 
Love's children. 

Penny plots a romance. See Helen 
Hayes serial. 

Personal ; by Octavus Roy Cohen. © 

1 c. Jan. 9, 1936 ; D 40355 ; Brooke, 
Smith & French, inc., New York. 

45S 
Personal tragedy ; drama in prologue, 

2 acts, and epilogue, by L. S. Bar- 
doly. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1936 ; D 40144 ; 
Louis S. Bardoly, Cleveland. 459 

Phantom (The) tiger; a mystery com- 
edy in 3 acts (a sequel to Tiger 
house) by Robert St. Clair. Min- 
neapolis, Minn., 1936. 92 p. diagrs. 
12mo. First rev. edition. © Jan. 3, 
1936; 2 c. Jan. 7; D 40050. North- 
western press, Minneapolis. 460 

Piano-club-of-the-air ; by P. Saltman. 
lessons 1-7. © 1 c each Dec. 21, 
1935; D 40315^10321; Philip Salt- 
man, Boston. 461-467 

lesson 8. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 



1935 ; D 40313 ; Philip Saltman, Bos- 
ton. 468 

lesson 11. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 



1936 ; D 40273 ; Philip Saltman, Bos- 
ton. 469 

lesson 12. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 



1936 ; D 40300 ; Philip Saltman, Bos- 
ton. 470 

Picnic (The) ; by Neil Grant. (In 
The one-act theatre, The fifth book. 
London, 1935) © May 28, 1935; 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1936; D 40534; Sam- 
uel French, ltd., London. 471 

Pig (The) doctor; [a 1 act play for 
radio broadcasting, prepared by 
Scholastic, the American high school 
weekly] 1935. 10 numb. 1. nar. 
f ol. © Sept. 12, 1935 ; 2 c. Dec. 30 ; 
D 40333; Scholastic Corp., Pitts- 
burgh. 472 

Pink, white and blue; or, Whose world 
is it now 7 ? a comedy of young man- 
ners, in 1 act, by E. McCormick. © 
1 c. Jan. 7, 1936 ; D 40036 ; Elizabeth 
McCormick, Charlottesville, Va. 

473 



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Plays is practical; [by] Loyd L. 
Shelton. Sioux City, la., 1935. 2 
numb. 1. 4to. © Sept. 1, 1935 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 16; aff. Jan. 13, 1936; AA 
193270; Wetinore declamation bu- 
reau, Sioux City, la. 474 

Pony (The) Express. See Death Val- 
ley days. 

Poor giraffe, and other puppet plays ; 
by Marion W. Flexner and Dorothy 
Park Clark. New York, Los Ange- 
les [1935] 4 p. 1., 3-94 p. 12mo. 
Contains music. Contents. — Poor 
giraffe. — Li'l Hannibal. — In old Ken- 
tucky. — The big ole alligator. — 
Bianca's tea party. — Old Father 
Christmas (a St. George play). — In 
Sherwood forest. © Sept. 20, 1935 ; 

2 c. Jan. 31, 1936 ; D 40472 ; Samuel 
French, New York. 475 

Porter (The) house stake; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by Kathryn Wayne. New 
York, Los Angeles [etc., etc.] 1935. 
118 p. diagr. 12mo. © Sept. 23, 
1935; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1936; D 40456; 
Samuel French, New York. 476 

P'taters in the spring. See Loolie, and 
other short plays. 

Pour le sport ; a farcical play in 2 acts, 
by G. Somnes. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1936 ; 
D 40422 ; George Somnes, New York. 

477 

Prelude to spring; a play in 3 acts, 

by Mary Brady. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 

1936; D 40143; Mary Catherine 

Brady, Columbia, O. 478 

Prince John; a play in 2 acts, with 
prologue and interlude, by M. R. S. 
Andrews. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1930; D 
40365; Mary Raymond Shipman An- 
drews, Syracuse. 479 

Prize fighter. See Lasses and Honey 
recording. 

Promise (The) ; a play in a prologue 
and 3 acts, by F. Ellison Adams. © 
1 c. Jan. 25, 1936; D 40408; Francis 
Ellison Adams, Maitland, Fla. 480 

Proserpine ; or, Ceres & Proserpine, a 
children's ballet of the seasons, in 3 
parts, by F. H. Lee. Text. © 1 c. 
Jan. 20, 1936; D 40290; Dorothy 
Farber, West Hartford, Conn. 481 

Prosser's perfect pickles ; a comedy in 

3 acts, by F. C. Champion. © 1 c. 
Jan. 8, 1936 ; D 40072 ; Florence Cooke 
Champion, New York. 482 



Public servant ; a new play in prologue, 
2 acts, and an epilogue, by R. P. 
Craig. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1936 ; D 40048 ; 
Roger Paul Craig, New York. 483 

Puritan (The) in prison; [a 1 act play 
for radio broadcasting, prepared by 
Scholastic, the American high school 
weekly] 1935. 9 numb. 1. nar. fol. 
© Sept. 12, 1935; 2 c. Dec. 30; D 
40329 ; Scholastic corp., Pittsburgh. 

484 

Purple (The) rim; a play in 1 act, by 
Elisabeth Stancy Payne. New York, 
Los Angeles [etc., etc.] 1935. 29 p. 
diagr. 12lno. © Sept. 16, 1935 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 31, 1936; D 40471; Samuel 
French, New York. 485 

Purpose plays for high school assem- 
blies ; vol. 5, by Dora Mary Mac- 
clonald. Minneapolis, Minn., 1936. 
174 p. 12mo. Contents. — Mars loses 
his throne. — W o m e n — a citizen. — 
W r hat is character? — The Constitu- 
tion. — Defendant: The public 
schools. — The clinic. — The debate. — 
The spirit of old annuals. — Play is 
Work. — I apply. — The conference. — 
The novel book shop. © Jan. 4, 
1936; 2 c. Jan. 7; D 40054; North- 
western press, Minneapolis. 486 

Queen Marie-Antoinette. See Echoes 
of history. 

Quest (The) eternal; a comedy drama 
in 5 acts, by Marcus Horton [i. e. C. 
M. Horton] © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1936; D 
40278; Charles Marcus Horton, Aver- 
ill Park, N. Y. 487 

Quick results. See First nighter. 

Quince (The) ; a farce-comedy in 1 act, 
by David Kirkland [pseud, of D. H. 
Swim] © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1936; D 
40378; David Henry Swim, New 
York. 488 

Radio love ; episodes 1, 5, 20, by H. M. 
Barnes. © 1 c. each, Jan. 18, 1936; 
D 40292; Howard McKent Barnes, 
Chicago. 489 

Rainbow (The) girl ; a farce comedy in 
3 acts, by Austin Goetz. Minne- 
apolis, Minn., 1936. 100 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Jan. 3, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 7 ; 
D 40051 ; Northwestern press, Minne- 
apolis. 490 

Ray Perkins Columbia broadcasting- 
system national amateur review; by 
E. J. Forman. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1936 ; 
D 40089; Eddie J. Forman, Sunny- 
side, L. I., N. Y. 491 



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509 



Red hot Peppers ; a novel farce-comedy, 
by Reby Edmund. Franklin, O., Den- 
ver, Col., 1935. 94 p. diagrs. 12mo. 
( [Eldridge royalty plays]) © Aug. 

20, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936 ; D 40173 ; 
Eldridge entertainment bouse, inc., 
Franklin, O. 492 

Red party ; a play in 1 act, by Ben 
George [pseud, of G. Wehner] © 
1 c. Jan. 28, 1936 : D 40429 ; George 
Wehner, New York. 493 

Red river ; an Indian love drama in 19 
scenes with original Indian music 
and songs : scenario, music and lyrics 
by L. T. Cahill. Text. © 1 c. Jan. 

21, 1936: D 40303; Lottie Todd Ca- 
bin, Jackson Heights, L. L, N. Y. 

494 

Reparation ; monolog [by] J. Gauthier 
Adams. Sioux City, la., 1935. 2 
numb. 1. 4to. © Sept. 1, 1935; 2 c. 
Dec. 16; aff. Jan. 13, 1936; AA 
193216 ; Wetmore declamation bu- 
reau, Sioux City, la. 495 

Retreat in Dogwood ; a play in 3 acts, 
by P. Schofield. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1936 ; 
D 3S978; Paul Schofield, Chicago. 

496 

Return (The) of John. See Helen 
Hayes serial. 

Revenge ; a play in 1 act, by Margaret 
P. Browne. Franklin, O., Denver, 
Col., 1935. 20 p. diagrs. 12mo. 
([Eldridge royalty plays]) © July 
26, 1985 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936 ; D 40210 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc.. 
Franklin, O. 497 

Revival (The) of Mother Goose; a 
play in 3 acts, book, lyrics and 
music by Lady Mary Jane Fay 
[pseud, of Mary-Jane Johnston] © 
1 c. Jan. 25, 1936; D 39012; Mary- 
Jane Johnston, Sacramento, Calif. 

498 

Right of search ; by Ian Hay [pseud, 
of John Hay Beith] (In The one- 
act theatre, The fourth book. Lon- 
don, 1935) © Mar. 15. 1935; 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1936; D 40522; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 499 

Roads of destiny. See Enchanted 
(The) kiss. 

Rock-a-bye baby ; a comedy in 2 acts, 
by V. Rich and J. Devine. © 1 c. 
Dec. 19, 1935 ; D. 40107 ; Vemon W. 
Rich and Jerry Devine, Sunnyside, 
L. I., X. Y. 500 



Rocket in the night ; a 1 act play, by 
Hyman Segal. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1936; 
D 40230; Hyman R. Segal, New 
York. 501 

Rocky (A) wooing; a comedy in 1 
act, by Ronald Elwy Mitchell. 
New York. Los Angeles [etc., etc., 
1935] 3 p. 1., 28 p. diagr. 12mo. 
Contains music. © Sept. 20, 1935; 
2 c. Jan 31, 1936 ; D. 40466 ; Samuel 
French, New York. 502 

Rogue (A) in a bed; by Ronald Elwy 
Mitchell. (In The one-act theatre, 
The fourth book. London, 1935) 
© Mar. 15, 1935; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936; 
D 40524; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 503 

Romance of the circus ; or, All I want 
is Jocko, a play in 3 acts, by J. W. 
Allen. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1936 ; D 40065 ; 
John Weller Allen, El Paso. 504 

Romeo and Juliet (The tragedy of) ; 
[by] William Shakespeare, illus- 
trated by Sylvain Sauvage. New 
York, 1935. 5 p. 1., [5] -125 p. illus., 
col. plates. 4to. © Dec. 1, 1935; 

2 c. Dec. 26; aff. Dec. 24; A 90015; 
Heritage press, inc., New York. 504* 

Room (The) of silence; a drama in 

3 acts, by J. H. Dunmore and M. E. 
Mitchell. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1936; D 
40037 ; James H. Dunmore and 
Marion E. Mitchell, Woodside, L. I., 
N. Y. 505 

Root and branch ; or, Scattered seed, 
a play in prologue, 2 acts and epi- 
logue, by P. Crawford and B. Her- 
shey. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1936; D 
40377; Pauline Crawford and Bur- 
net Hershey, New York. 506 

Rooting for Ruth ; a comedy in 1 act, 
by Eugene G. Hafer. Franklin, O., 
Denver, Col., 1935. 29 p. 12mo. © 
July 12, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936; 
D 40209 ; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 507 

Rose and the ring. See Death Valley 
days. 

Round-up (The) of Minnie; a short 
comedy in 3 scenes, by Freda Gra- 
ham Bundy. Franklin, O., Denver, 
Col., 1935. 20 p. 12mo. ( [Eldridge 
popular one-act plays]) © June 18, 
1935; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936; D 40208; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 508 

Sabbatical year ; a play in 3 acts and 
a ballet, by C. Harris. Text. © 1 c. 
Jan. 21. 1936; D. 40301; Claudia 
Harris, Indianapolis. 509 



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510 



pt. i, v. 9 



Saints and sinners. (Zindige men- 
schen) ; a drama in 3 acts, by Israel 
Rosenberg. 

-V»a 9 ,]VE>i?K 3 px vaxTT ;pway» snnri 
.nyaayup Vx"w pa ,-i$n 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1936 1 D 40022 ; Jennie 
Goldstein, New York. 510 

Sally's style show; [by] Mary May- 
nard Kieffer. Sioux City, la., 1935. 
3 numb. 1. 4to. © Sept. 1. 1935; 
2 c. Dec. 16 ; an*. Jan. 13, 1936 ; AA 
193217; Wetmore declamation bu- 
reau, Sioux City, la. 511 

Sambo and the circus ; [by] Peggy 
Reece [pseud, of Gladys Henderson] 
Sioux City, la., 1935. 2 numb. 1. 
4to. © Jan. 15, 1935 ; 2 c. Dec. 16 ; 
aff. Jan. 13, 1936 ; AA 193271 ; Wet- 
more declamation bureau, Sioux 
City, la. 512 

Sarah Ann holds fast ; a Lancashire 
comedy in 4 acts, by Armitage 
Owen. London, New York [1935] 
84 p. plates. 12mo. ([French's 
acting edition, no. 757]). © Sept. 
2, 1935 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936 ; D 40510 ; 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 513 

Satan was a man. See First the 
canary. 

Say April fool, Aunt Lily ! See Spring 
day. 

Scarlet (The) cockatoo; a play in 1 
act, by Gordon L'Allemand. © 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1936; D 40495; Gordon 
Lynn L'Allemand, Los Angeles. 

514 

Scarlet (The) ghost ; a mystery com- 
edy in 3 acts, by Jean Provence. 
Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 1935. 
108 p. diagrs. 12mo. © Aug. 21, 
1935; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936; D 40193; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 515 

Scattered seed. See Root and branch. 

Scooping the star. See Grand hotel. 

Senior (The) follies; a play especially 
adapted for senior class day exer- 
cises, by Beulah Bailey Woolard. 
Charlotte, Queen City printing co., 
1936. 32 p. 8vo. © Jan. 16, 1936 ; 
2 c. Jan. 23 ; D 40502 ; Beulah Bailey 
Woolard, Charlotte, N. C. 516 

Shaikele Shmadnik; a play in 3 acts, 
by O. Ostroff. 

6 ,]Vt5px 3 px Vy>s» x ;p»j"T»p ybyp"^ 
.*1X*ibox nxpox pa ,i3nV>a 

© 1 c. Nov. 1, 1935 ; D 38839 ; Oscar 
Ostroff, New York. 517 



Shell (The) ; a dramatic miniature, by 
Raymond Blaine Lester. Boston 
[1936] x, 11-88 p. 12mo. © Jan. 
2, 1936; 2 e. Jan. 2; D 40O21 ; 
Christopher pub. house, Boston. 

518 

Shelley. See Many-coloured glass. 

Shepherd (The) who came late; by 
Dorothy Lehman Sumerau. A 
Christmas play. Franklin, O., Den- 
ver, Col., 1935, 18 p. 12mo. © 
June 25, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936; 
D 40206; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 519 

Short plays for the grades; by the 
well-known author, Marie Irish; a 
wealth of material for intermedi- 
ate and upper grades. Franklin, O., 
Denver, Col., 1935. 84 p. 12mo. 
Contents. — We want apple pie. — 
Mrs. Green sees red. — Davie takes 
the cake. — Dorothy's good deed. — 
Such a clever hobo. — Outwitting a 
will. — A new wife. — Leave it to 
Lottie. — C ranky Uncle Si. — 
Touched in the head. — Pop an' Mom 
take a vacation. — Red bandana. — 
Granddaughters and criminals. — At 
the court of King Huff. — Wanted — 
a man. — Price Alabind. — Daughters 
of Dinklestine. — The reason why. 
© Sept. 23, 1935 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
13, 1936; AA 194286; Eldridge en- 
tertainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 

520 

Shot joint; a play in 3 parts, by M. 
Coyle and L. Cohn. © 1 e, Jan. 4, 
1936; D 40492; Mary Coyle and 
Libbie Cohn, Denver. 521 

Shroud my body down; a play in 4 
scenes, by Paul Green, with four 
rubber-cuts by Richard Gates. 
Iowa City, 1935. 2 p. 1., 203 p. il- 
lus. 8vo. ( [Whirling world series, 
no. 2] ) Contains music. © Sept. 
10, 1935; 2 c. Nov. 29; D 40049; 
Clio press, Iowa City, la. 522 

Siege (The) of St. Vincents. See 
Helen Hayes serial. 

Simple (The) life; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Carl Webster Pierce. Boston, 
Mass. [1936] 112 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Jan. 22, 1936; 2 c. Feb. 1; D 
40544; Walter H. Baker co., Bos- 
ton. 523 

Sinbad the Sailor; a pantomime in 2 
acts, by Margaret Carter. London, 
New York, 1935. 91 p. 12mo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 464] ) 



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no. 1, 1936 



545 



© Nov. 1, 1935 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936 ; 
D 40506; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 524 

Sir Frog goes a-travelling ; a play by 
Isabel Anderson (Mrs. Larz Ander- 
son) Boston. Mass. [Walter H. 
Baker co., 1936] 1 p. 1., 54 p. 12mo. 
( [Baker's royalty plays] ) © Jan. 
9, 1936; 2 q. Jan. 24; D 40339; Isa- 
bel Anderson, Brookline, Mass. 525 

Sisters by choice; sketches 1-4, radio 
serial drama, by H. W. Fiferlik. 
© 1 c. each Jan. 8, 1936; D 40068- 
40071; Harold W. Fiferlik, Detroit. 

526-529 

Sixth sense. See Death Valley days. 

Skeleton (A) in pajamas; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by M. Hay and C. Sabin. 
© 1 c. Dec. 16, 1935 ; D 40218 ; Mary 
Hay and Charles Sabin, Hollywood, 
Calif. 530 

Skyscrapers. See Echoes of New 
York town. 

Sleepwalker (The) ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Cecil E. Reynolds. © 1 c. Jan. 
18, 1936; D 40293; Cecil Edward 
Reynolds, Venice, Calif. 531 

Sleepy ; a 1-act play for boys and girls, 
by Warren Beck. Boston, Mass., 
1936. 25 p. 12mo. (Baker's junior 
high plays) © Jan. 9, 1936; 2 c. 
Jan. 24 ; D 40345 ; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 532 

Small town-America ! a play in 3 acts, 
by George Brewer, jr. © 1 c. Jan. 
13, 1936; D 40141; George E. 
Brewer, jr., Ipswich, Mass. 533 

Smith and Schmidt. See Ostriches 
(The) 

Snap judgment; a play in 3 acts, by 
Clara Rose Averell. Boston, Mass. 
[1936] 79 p. 12 mo. ([Baker's 
edition of plays]) © Jan. 21, 1936; 
2 c. Jan. 24; D 40343; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 534 

Solange; a drama in 3 acts, by E. B. 
Frantz, based on incidents in life 
of Solange Dudevant. © 1 c. Jan. 
17, 1936 ; D 40262 ; Edna B. Frantz, 
Lansdowne, Pa. 535 

Song writing scheme ; [by Kenneth B. 
Backman] [1936] 10 numb. 1. 4t0. 
© Jan. 6, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 10; D 
40114 ; Boston better business bu- 
reau, inc., Boston. 536 

Spirit (The) of the garden. See 
Five plays for children. 



Spirit (The) of the Isle. See Five 
plays for children. 

Sprig (A) of white heather. See 
Grand hotel. 

Spring day ; comedy in 1 act, dramati- 
zation by Bessie F. White, of the 
Juliet Wilbor Tompkins story en- 
titled, Say April fool, Aunt Lily ! 
which appeared in McCall's maga- 
zine. Boston, Mass. [1936] 20 p. 
12mo. © Jan. 22, 1936; 2 c. Feb. 1; 
D 40549 ; Walter H. Baker co., Bos- 
ton. 537 

Spring song. See Boy meets girl. 

Star in the East ; a Christmas pageant 
in 2 episodes, by Karin Sundelof- 
Asbrand. Franklin, O., 1935. 15 p. 
12mo. © Sept. 6, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
1936; D 40501; Eldridge entertain- 
ment house, inc., Franklin, O. 538 

Steel woman ; a play in 3 acts, by A. M. 
Bush. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1936 ; D 40038 ; 
A. M. Bush, Brooklyn. 539 

Stephen Foster ; or. Weep no more my 
lady, by Earl Hobson Smith. A bio- 
graphical play on the life of Stephen 
Collins Foster, father of American 
folk songs. Knoxville, Tenn., The 
Foster players, 1935. 67 p. illus., 
port. 8vo. © Dec. 30, 1935; 2 c. 
Jan. 3, 1936 ; D 40309 ; Earl Hobson 
Smith, Harrogate, Tenn. 540 

Story (The) of Mary Marlin ; episodes 

nos. 1-4, 26, 39-41, and 174, by J. 

Crusinberry. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1936; 

D 40446 ; Jane Crusinberry, Chicago. 

541 
Story (The) of the Battery. See 

Echoes of New York town. 

Story (The) of the founding of P. E. 
O. ; dramatized by Bertha L. Schall. 
Kansas City. Kan., 1935. 10 numb. 
1. f ol. © Dec. 2, 1935 ; 2 c. Dec. 30 ; 
D 40113; Bertha L. Schall, Kansas 
City, Kan. 542 

Strange (A) case of virtue; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by Helen MacLeod [i. e. 
H. M. Fiske] © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1936 ; 
D 40425; Helen MacLeod Fiske, 
Iowa Falls, la. 543 

Strictly private ; a play in 3 acts, by H. 
Maloney. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1936; D 
402G6; Helen Maloney, New York. 

544 

Stuffed flats (furs) ; [by Kenneth B. 
Backman] [1936] 9 numb. 1. 4to. 
© Jan. 2, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 10 ; D 40117 ; 
Boston better business bureau, inc., 
Boston. 545 



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546 



pt. i, v. 9 



Sugar Plum — Gee Gee — and John. 
See Helen Hayes serial. 

Sun down. See Sun up and Sun down. 

Sun up and Sun down ; musings of the 
condemned Mary Stuart, queen of 
Scots [and Elizabeth] by V. G. Zech. 
© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1936 ; D 40016 ; Valre 
Grace Zech, Los Angeles. 546 

Sutter's gold. See Death Valley days. 

Sweet bells ; a comedy in 3 acts, by S. 
Hamill. © 1 e. Jan. 4, 1936; D 
40045; Stuart Hamill, Philadelphia. 

547 

System (The) ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
L. Kobrin, adapted from the Yid- 
dish, by Stella Kobrin. © 1 c. Jan. 
14, 1936; D 40227; Leon Kobrin, 
Brooklyn. 548 

Table reserved; a play in 3 acts, by 
Ralph Spenser Zink [pseud, of R. M. 
Zink] © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1936; D 
40445; Ralph Max Zink, New York. 

549 

Tad and Terry ; episode 1, by F. Kin- 
trea. © 1 c. Jan. 6. 1936 ; D 40047 ; 
Frank Kintrea, New York. 550 

Talking (The) encyclopedia of the air; 
no. 1, by J. P. Gleason. © 1 c. Dec. 
14, 1935; D 40090; Joseph Patrick 
Gleason, Brooklyn. 551 

Ten shadow plays for little folks ; by 
Edith H. Butterfield. Franklin, O., 
Denver, Col.. 1935. 38 p. 12mo. 
Contents. — The magic nails. — Play- 
ing in the band. — Royal lemonade. — 
Mary Matilda Mehitable Mark. — 
Light, a Christmas play. — What hap- 
pened to the five little Pryers. — 
Greedy Gracie and Amiable Ann. — 
Boastful Benjamin. — The imp of the 
chimney. — The one-ring circus. © 
July 10', 1935 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 13, 
1936 ; AA 194287 ; Eldridge entertain- 
ment house, inc., Franklin, O. 552 

Thanksgiving at Red Dog. See Death 
Valley days. 

Thanksgiving dinner in person; a 
1-act play for small children, by 
Esther Watkins Arnold. Franklin, 
O., Denver, Col., 1935. 11 p. 12mo. 
( [Eldridge special day material] ) 
© July 22, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936; 
D 40214; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 553 

That night ; a play in 3 acts, by G. Les- 
sey, lyrics and music by J. Rosamond 
Johnson. Text. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1936 ; 
D 40034 ; George Lessey, New York. 

554 



There goes Henry; a farce in 3 acts, 
by Eugene G. Hafer. Franklin, O., 
Denver, Col., 1935. 85 p. diagrs. 
12m o. ( [Eldridge royalty plays] ) 
© Sept. 10, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936 ; 
D 40189; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 555 

There is a Santa Claus. See Helen 
Hayes serial. 

There's a man in the house ; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by Claudia Harris. Frank- 
lin, O., Denver, Col., 1935. 78 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Aug. 10, 1935 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 13, 1936; D 40211; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin, 
O. 556 

Thereby hangs a tail ; by Girvin 
Cosens [pseud, of Monica Cosens 
and Brenda Girvin] (In The one- 
act theatre, The sixth book. Lon- 
don, 1935) © July 24, 1935; 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1936; D 40536; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 557 

These holy bonds ; a play in 3 acts, by 
J. Chapin. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1936 ; D 
40433; Jane Chapin, New York. 

558 

They fed the fire; a tragi-comedy of 
genius at home, in 3 acts, by Olive 
Poppiewell. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1936 ; 
D 40435; Olive May Poppiewell, 
Beechlands, Malvern Wells, Wor- 
cester, England. 559 

This here Townsend plan ; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by J. J. Wolever, jr. © 
1 c. Jan. 22, 1936 ; D 40322 ; Jack J. 
Wolever, jr., Fredonia, Kan. 560 

Through the storm ; a one-hour radio 
operetta in 4 parts, book and lyrics 
by Marcus Horton [i. e. C. M. Hort- 
on] Text. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1936; 
D 40279; Charles Marcus Horton, 
Averill Park, N. Y. 561 

Tiger house. See Phantom (The) 
tiger. 

To my dear nieces ; a comedy in 1 act, 
by C. D. Gilpatric. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1936 ; D 40272 ; Carolyn Draper Gil- 
patric, Winchester, Mass. 562 

To Santa's house via the Magic beam 
of transportation ; a Santa Claus 
cantata for Sunday school and pub 
lie school use, text by Helen Foster, 
music by Henry Webb. Philadel- 
phia, Pa., 1935. 18 p. 4to. © Nov. 
8, 1935 ; 2 c. Dec. 4 ; D 39006 ; Artisr- 
style pub. co., Cheltenham, Pa. 

563 



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583 



To the poets of Australia ; a play in 

1 act, bv H. F. Kubinstein. © 1 c. 
Jan. 20, 1936; D 40286; Harold 
Frederick Rubinstein, London. 564 

Today and tomorrow; a 1 act play, by 
Emily Kingsbery [i. e. E. K. 
Ferrara] © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1936; D 
40244; Emily Kingsbery Ferrara, 
Los Angeles. 565 

Together again; a play in 3 acts, by 
H. Jones. Rev. version. © 1 c. Jan. 
7, 1936; D 40046; Heath Jones, 
Laguna Beach, Calif. 566 

Tommy talk; Nov. 12, 1935, a man- 
hunter mystery, by Stewart Sterling 
[pseud, of Prentice Winchell] and 
Lillian Lowans Jason. © 1 c. Dec. 
28, 1935 ; D 40241 ; J. C. Eno (U. S.) 
ltd., New York. 567 

Too old for Christmas? a Christmas 
play for the whole family and some 
outsiders, in 1 act, by Josephine G. 
Perkins. Franklin, O., Denver, Col., 
1935. 28 p. 12mo. © Oct. 2, 1935 ; 

2 c. Jan. 13, 1936; D 40174; Eld- 
ridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 568 

Toy-time in the garden. See Five 
plays for children. 

Traditions ; a dramatic romance of the 
18th century, in 3 acts, by M. A. 
Goldstein. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1936; 

D. 40409; Max A. Goldstein, Lake- 
wood, N. J. 569 

Tragedy (The) of Romeo and Juliet. 
See Romeo and Juliet (The tragedy 
of) 

Treasure hunt ; by L. D. Hollister. © 
1 c. Jan. 4, 1936; D 40017; Len D. 
Hollister, New York. 570 

Tribe (The) of Agra ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Leon and Kenneth Appleman. © 
1 c. Jan. 23, 1936; D 40366; Leon 
Appleman and Kenneth Appleman, 
North Hackensack, N. J. 571 

Trouble in paradise ; a comedy sketch 
writen for radio presentation, by R. 

E. Proctor, jr. © 1 c. Jan. 11. 1936 ; 
D 40127; Robert Emmet Proctor, 
jr., Elkhart, Ind. 572 

Truth (The) ; a play in 1 act, by 
Jacinto Benavente [i. e. Jacinto 
Benavente y Martinez] translated 
from the Spanish by John Garrett 
Underbill. Boston, Mass. [Walter 
H. Baker company, 1935] 19 p. 
12mo. © Dec. 23, 1935 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1936 ; D 40551 ; John Garrett Under- 
bill, New York. 573 



Two bits in cellophane ; a comedy in 
3 acts, bv Kurt Unkelbach [i. e. H. 
M. Unkelbach] © 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1936; D 40307; Howard Maxwell 
Unkelbach, Pasadena. 574 

Two uirls came; a play in 3 acts, by 
D. H. Beelman. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1936 ; 
D 38998; D. Houston Beelman, Mt. 
Vernon, N. Y. 575 

Two ladies of Florence; by T. B. 
Morris. (In The one-act theatre, 
The fourth book. London, 1935) 
© Mar. 15, 1935 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936 ; 
D 40526; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 576 

Two old maids and a tub ; a comedy in 
1 act, by Winifred P. Hines. Frank- 
lin, O., Denver, Col., 1935. 13 p. 
12mo. © Sept. 7, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 
13, 1936; D 40199; Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 

577 

Unselfish (An) Christmas; by Grace 
Sorenson. A 1-act play. Franklin, 
O., Denver, Col., 1935. 20 p. 12mo. 
© Sept. 13, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936 ; 
D 40192; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 578 

Valley of rainbows, Kauai; Hawaiian 
tragedy with musical setting, screen 
play by E. Hart r music by K. Louis. 
Text. © 1 c. Sept. 9, 1935; D 38298; 
Keaumoku Louis, Glendale, Calif., 
and Enid Hart, San Marino, Calif. 

579 

Vanguard; a play in 3 acts, by H. V. 
T. Burton. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936; 
D 40496; Wyndham Torr, Washing- 
ton. 580 

Verre (Le) d'eau. See Glass (A) of 
water. 

Vic and Sade ; Dec. 2-6, 9^13, 16-20, 
23-27, 30-31, 1935.. by Paul Rhymer. 
© 1 c. each Jan. 6, 1936 ; D 40025 ; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

581 

Viceroy Sarah ; a play in 3 acts [by] 
Norman Ginsbury- London, Victor 
Gollancz, ltd., 1935. 110 p. 12mo. 
© Mar. 18, 1935 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936 ; 
D 40521 ; Norman Ginsbury, Lon- 
don. 582 

Victim (The) : by Evan John. (In 
The one-act theatre, The sixth book. 
London, 1935) © July 24, 1935; 1 
c. Jan. 31, 1936; D 40535; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 583 



27 



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584 



pt. i, v. 9 



Vienna (The) coup mystery; episode 
no. 1, by M. G. Adams. © 1 c. Jan. 
18, 1936; D 40434; Mary George 
Adams, Kansas City, Mo. 584 

Visit (A) to the Hunter farm. See 
Helen Hayes serial. 

Visit (A) to Venus; an imaginative 
drama in 1 act, by Lester Lonergan, 
jr. [i. e. W. L. Lonergan, jr.] © 
1 c. Jan. 24, 1936 ; D 40384 ; William 
Lester Lonergan, jr., New York. 585 

Visitor (A) for Christmas; by F. 
Morton Howard. {In The one-act 
theatre, The fifth book. London,, 
1935) © May 28, 1935; 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1936; D 40529; Samuel French, 
ltd., London. 586 

Voyage (The) of Columbus; a comedy 
sketch for radio or stage presenta- 
tion, by R. E. Proctor, jr. © 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1936; D 40125; Robert Em- 
met Proctor, jr., Elkhart, Ind. 587 

Warner Lester manhunters ; no. A-43, 
by Francis Striker. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1936; D 38980; Kunsky-Trendle 
broadcasting corp., Detroit. 588 

Way (The) to London; a Welsh play 
in 1 act, by Ronald Elwy Mitchell. 
New York, Los Angeles [etc., etc., 
1935] 3 p. 1., 24 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Sept. 5, 1935; 2 c Jan. 31, 1936; 
D 40469 ; Samuel French, New York. 

589 

We all love Pufferman's; a play in 3 
acts, by A. B. Parsons and H. Bryant. 
© 1 c. Dec. 19, 1935 ; D 40261 ; Alice 
Beal Parsons and Helen Bryant, 
Nyack, N. Y. 590 

We, the people — ; a play in 3 acts,, by 
A. P. Goodell. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1935 ; 
D 40091; Alfred Putnam Goodell, 
Salem, Mass. 591 

Weep no more my lady. See Stephen 
Foster. 

Welcome Valley; nos. 37-41, by Irna 
Phillips and Edgar A. Guest. © 1 
c. each Jan. 6, 1936 ; D 40039^40043 ; 
Charles Daniel Frey co., Chicago. 

592-596 

Westward people; a drama of Mary 
Austin Holley's first visit to Texas, 
in 1 act, by John William Rogers. 
New York, Los Angeles [1935] 4 
p. 1., 48 p. front. 12mo. Contains 
music. © Sept. 6, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 
31, 1936; D 40465; Samuel French,. 
New York. 597 



What a relief; Princeton triangle 
show 1935-1936, in 2 acts, with first 
act opening, and finale, by Stanley 
Quinn, George Kinder, and Kirk 
Alexander. Text. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 
1936; D 40229; Princeton triangle 
club, Princeton, N. J. 598 

What price aviation ; a play in 3 acts, 
by S. S. Fetherolf. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 
1936 ; D 40239 ; Samuel S. Fetherolf, 
New York. 599 

Wheelbarrow (The) taxi; a playlet 
for a boy and a girl [by] Mary 
Louise Kempe. Sioux City, la., 
1935. 11. 4to. © Sept. 1, 1935; 

2 c. Dec. 16 ; aff . Jan. 13, 1936 ; AA 
193220; Wetmore declamation bu- 
reau, Sioux City, la. 600 

Where love triumphs; a drama in 3 
acts, by C. A. Zanor. © 1 c. Jan. 
21, 1986 ; D 40305 ; Charles A. Zanor, 
Jersey City. 601 

Where's the fire; a 3-act comedy, by 
C. S. Gillam. © 1 c. Dec. 12, 1935 ; 
D 38989; Cornelia Stabler Gillam, 
Buck Hill Falls, Pa. 602 

Whisper louder; a musical jest in 2 
acts, by S. M. Moffett. Text. © 1 c. 
Dec. 12, 1935; D 40130; Sue Me- 
harry Moffett, Chicago. 603 

Whittlin' ; a comedy-drama in 4 acts, 
by Horace L. Richardson. © 1 c. 
Jan. 10, 1936; D 40105; Horace La- 
Burn Richardson, Los Angeles. 604 

Whoopers from Hoop-pole County ; a 
comedy, by Jim Blakley. Franklin, 
O., Denver, Col., 1985. 34 p. 12mo. 
( [Eldridge popular one-act plays] ) 
© July 23, 1935 ; 2: c. Jan. 13, 1986 ; 
D 40212; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 605 

Whose world is it now? See Pink, 
white and blue. 

Why be yourself? or, The gland mas- 
ter, a satirical comedy in 3 acts, by 
Dorian Weiler [pseud, of D. Weiler] 
and Shelley Pierce [pseud, of M. 
Weiler] © 1 c. Dec. 17, 1935: D 
40253 ; Dorothy Weiler and Miriam 
Weiler, New York. 606 

Widows might ; a farcical comedy in 

3 acts, by Frederick Jackson. Lon- 
don, New York, 1934. 99 p. diagr. 
12mo. ( [French's acting edition, no. 
1945]) © Dec. 27, 1934; 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1936; D 40512; Samuel French, 
ltd., London. 607 

Wild Bill Hickok. See First nighter. 



28 



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no. 1, 1936 



620 



Will Shakespeare's bespoke supper; 
by A. J. Talbot. (In The one-act 
theatre. The sixth book. London, 
1935) © July 24, 1935; 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1936: D 40538; Samuel French, 
ltd., London. 608 

Winter angel; a play in 3 acts, by H. 
Southgate. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936; 
D 40497; Howard Southgate, New 
York. 609 

Witch's (A) tale; episodes 1S7, 183, 
191, 193, 194, 198, 205-208, 212-214, 
217-219, 224, a series of radio 
sketches, by A. D. Cole. © 1 c. Jan. 
2, 1936 ; D 38977 ; Alonzo Deen Cole, 
Pelhain Manor, N. Y. 610 

Words without wires ; a 1 act play for 
radio broadcasting [prepared by 
Scholastic, the American high school 
weekly] 1935. 10 numb. 1. nar. fol. 
© Sept. 12, 1935; 2 c. Dec. 30; D 
40330; Scholastic corp., Pittsburgh. 

611 

Yellow riddle ; a melodrama in 3 acts, 
by Russell Pine [i. e. W. R. Pine] 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936 ; D 40494 ; Wil- 
liam Russell Pine, Lakewood, O. 

612 

You're next; [by] Carol Houghton. 
Sioux City, la., 1935. 3 numb. 1. 
4to. © Jan. 15, 1935 ; 2 e. Dec. 16 ; 
aff. Jan. 13, 1936; AA 193272; Wet- 
more declamation bureau, Sioux 
City, la. 613 



Young Mr. Disraeli ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Elswyth Thane [i. e. E. T. Beebej 
London, New York, Samuel French, 
ltd., 1985. 95 p. diagrs. 12mo. 
([French's acting edition, no. 681]) 
© July 1, 1935; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936; 
D 40505 ; Elswyth Thane Beebe, Lon- 
don. 614 

Your neighbors ; episode no. 1, by A. 
McAlister. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1936; D 
40379; Aee McAlister, New York. 

615 

Yours to command; an original op- 
eretta in 2 scenes, book and music 
by C. A. E. Saskowski, lyrics by 
Gertrude M. Zielinski, Francis C. 
Meurer, and O. A. E. Saskowski. 
© 1 c. Dec. 30, 1935 ; I) 39009 ; Con- 
rad A. E. Saskowski, Milwaukee. 

616 

Zindige menschen. See Saints and 
sinners. 

300 Main street ; episodes nos. 1-3, a 
radio serial, by Duke Bradfield. © 
1 c. each Jan. 23, 1936; D 40368- 
40370; Edythe Avalon Webb, Phila- 
delphia. 617-619 

1918 and now; by Dorothy Elderdice. 
Boston, Mass. [1936] 21 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Jan. 22, 1936; 2 c. Feb. 
1; D 40545; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 620 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the catalog 
since Jan. 1, 1936 : 

Dramatic compositions (including 393 unpublished) 566 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 3 unpublished)- 48 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including unpublished) 1 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 2 un- 
published) 5 

Total 620 



29 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 
1909 [620 



Affaire (L') des poisons; piece en 5 
actes, de Victorien Sardou. © Gene- 
vieve Marie Eveline Sardou, Mar- 
quise de Flers, Paris, as the child of 
the deceased author. R 41466, Dec. 
26, 1935. 1 

Bibliothekar (Der) ; schwank in 4 
akten, von Gustav von Moser, edited 
with notes and vocabulary, by H. A. 
Fan*. © Hollan A. Farr, New 
Haven, as the author of the editing, 
notes and vocabulary. R 41336, Dec. 
21, 1935, 2 

Charles di Tocca; by C. Y. Rice. © 
Cale Young Rice, Louisville, as the 
author. R 41216, Dec. 12, 1935. 3 

Faith healer ; a play in 4 acts, by Wil- 
liam Vaughn Moody. © Julia Moody 
Schmalz, West Mountain Lakes, 
N. J., Charlotte E. Moody and Henri- 
etta Moody Fawcett, Newton, Mass., 
as the next of kin of the author, who 
is not living. R 41732, Jan. 11, 1936. 



Fasma ; dramma lirico in 3 atti, di Ar- 
turo Colautti, musica di Pasquale La 
Rotella. Libretto. © Ofelia Co- 
lautti Novak, Rome, as the child of 
the deceased author. R 41266, Dec. 
19, 1935. 5 

Femme (La) X; piece en 5 actes dont 
un prologue, par Alexandre Bis- 
son. © Andre Bisson, Saint-Cloud, 
France, as the child of the deceased 
author. R 41465, Dec. 26, 1935. 6 

House (The) of Brood; a play in 4 
acts, by George Barr McCutcheon. 
© Marie Van Antwerp McCutcheon, 
New York, as the widow of the au- 
thor. R 41201, Dec. 17, 1935. 7 

Nave ( La ) rossa ; scene liriche in 3 
atti, di Luigi Orsini e Antonio Bel- 
tramelli, musica di Armando Sep- 
pelli. Libretto. © Luigi Orsini, 



Milan, as one of the authors. 
41265, Dec. 19, 1935. 



Neffe (Der) als onkel; lustspiel in 3 
aufziigen, von Friedrich von Schiller, 
aus dem franzosischen des Picard, 
with notes and vocabulary, by Fred- 
erick B. Sturm. © Isabel Currier 
Sturm, Iowa City, la., as the widow 
of the author. R 41337, Dec. 21, 
1935. 9 

Prima (The) donna; a comic opera in 
2 acts, book and lyrics, by Henry 
Blossom, music by Victor Herbert. 
[Libretto only] © Marjorie Blos- 
som Wilson, New York, as the widow 
of the author. R 41864, Jan. 11, 1936. 

10 

Ramuntcho; piece en 5 actes, par Pi- 
erre Loti [pseud, of Julien Viaud] 
© Samuel P. Loti Viaud, Rochefort, 
Mer, France, as the child of the de- 
ceased author. R 41189, Dec. 16, 
1935. 11 

Unicorn from the stars ; by William B. 
Yeats and Lady Gregory [i. e. Lady 
Isabella Augusta Persse Gregory] 
© William B. Yeats, Dublin, Ireland, 
as one of the authors. R 41087, Dec. 
11, 1935, 12 

Victoria ; a story with songs, 3 acts, 
written by George V. Hobart. com- 
posed by Victor Herbert. [Libretto 
only] © Vere Hobart and Donald 
Bayne Hobart, New York, as the chil- 
dren of the deceased author. R 
41863, Jan. 11, 1936. 13 

Waltz (A) dream ; operetta in 3 acts, 
by Joseph Herbert. Lyrics. © Ma- 
rie L. Herbert, New York, as the 
widow of the author of the words. 
R 40869, Jan. 10, 1936, 14 

Wolf (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by E. 
Walter. © Eugene Walter, New 
York, as the author. R 41493, Jan. 
8, 1936, 15 



30 



CLASSES L AND M 

MOTION PICTURES 



Accent on girls; continuity by Milton 
Hockey and Fred Rath, directed by 
Fred Waller. Reel. © Jan. 9, 1936 ; 
2 c. Jan. 9; description Jan. 10; M 
6107; Paramount productions, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 621 

Adventures (The) of Rex and Rinty ; 
chap. 7-12. 7. End of the road. — 8. 
A dog's devotion. — 9. The stranger's 
recall.— 10. The siren of death.— 11. 
New gods for old. — 12. Primitive 
justice. Original story by B. Reeves 
Eason, Maurice Geraghty and Ray 
Trampe, screen play by John Rath- 
mell and Barney Sarecky, directed 
by B. Reeves Eason and Ford Bebee. 
12 reels. © Aug. 27, 1935 : 2 c. and 
. description Jan. 7, 1936 ; L 6035 ; 
Mascot pictures Corp., New York. 

622 

All American drawback; no. 1877, 
story by Burnet Hershey and Jack 
Henley, directed by Lloyd French. 
Reel. © Jan. 27, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Jan. 27 ; L 6089 ; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 623 

All (An) American toothache; di- 
rected by Gus Meins. ( Theiina Todd 
and Patsy Kelly comedy) 2 reels. 
© Jan. 27, 1936: 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Jan. 27; L 6092; Metro-Gold- 
wyn-Mayer corp., New York. 624 

Another face ; original story by Thomas 
Dugan and Ray Mayer, screen play 
by Garrett Graham and John Twist, 
directed by Christy Cabanne. 7 
reels. © Dec. 20, 1935 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Jan. 6, 1936; L 6032; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 

625 

Anything goes ; from the play by How- 
ard Lindsay and Russell Crouse, di- 
rected by Lewis Milestone. 10 reels. 
© Jan. 30, 1936; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Jan. 30; L 6100; Paramount 
productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

626 

Bad boy; [by Vina Delmar], screen 
play by Allen Rivkin, directed by 
John Blystone. 6 reels. © Oct. 25, 
1935; 2 c. and description Jan. 13, 



1936; L 604S; Twentieth century- 
Fox film corp., New York. 627 

Balanced brakes for fleet profits. Reel. 
© Dec 12, 1935; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Dec. 28; M 6156; AudiVision, 
inc., New York. 628 

Balanced selling. Reel. © Dec. 28, 
1935 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 14, 
1936: M 6116; AudiVision, inc., New 
York. 629 

Billboard frolics; animated by Cal 
Dalton and Sandy Walker. (Mer- 
rie melodies). Reel. © Jan. 27, 
1936 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 27 ; 
M 6150; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 630 

Boys will be boys ; based on the Nark- 
over characterisations of Beach- 
comber, screen play by Will Hay and 
R. Edmunds, directed by William 
Beaudine. 8 reels. © Aug. 19, 
1935 ; 1 c. and description Jan. 20, 
1936; L 6067; Gaumont British pic- 
ture corp. of America, New York. 

631 

Brain (The) busters; story by Vernon 
Smith, directed by Harry J. Ed- 
wards. 2 reels. © Jan. 10, 11)36 ; 2 
c. and description Jan. 13 : L 6045 ; 
Educational productions, inc., New 
York. 632 

Bride (The) comes home; from a story 
by Elisabeth Sanxay Holding, screen 
play by Claude Binyon, directed by 
Wesley Ruggles. 9 reels. © Jan. 
7, 1936 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 7 ; 
L 6036 ; Paramount productions, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 633 

Broken toys. (Silly symphony) Reel. 
© Jan. 15, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 15; de- 
scription Jan. 16: M 6120: Walt 
Disney productions, ltd., Hollywood, 
Calif. 634 

Buck's (Frank) Fang and claw. See 
Fang and claw. 

Buddy's lost world ; no. 6S05, anima- 
tion by Rollin Hamilton and Sandy 
Walker. (Looney tunes) Reel. © 
Jan. 6, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 6; M 6087; Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 635 



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636 



pt. i, v. 9- 



Bulldog courage; story by Frances 
Guihan and Joseph O'Donnell, di- 
rected by Sam Newfield. 6 reels. 
© Jan. 4, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 22 ; L 6077 ; Puritan pictures, 
New York. 636 

Burning gold; story by Stuart An- 
thony, screen play by Earl Snell, di- 
rected by Sam Newfield. 6 reels. 
© Jan. 28, 1936; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Jan. 28; L- 6095; Republic pic- 
tures Corp., New York. 637 

Captain Blood ; by Rafael Sabatini, 
screen play by Casey Robinson, di- 
rected by Michael Curtiz. 12 reels. 
© Dec. 31, 1935 ; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 2, 1936; L 6027; Warner bros. 
pictures, inc., New York. 638 

Carnival day ; no. 7143-7144, screen 
play by Joe Traub, directed by Ralph 
Staub. 2 reels. © Jan. 27, 1936; 
2 c. and description Jan. 27 ; L 6090 ; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 639 

Carnival time; directed by Milton 
Schwarzwald. 2 reels. © Jan. 14, 
1936; 2 c. Jan. 14; description Jan. 
15; L 6059; Universal pictures 
corp., New York. 640 

Cartoonist's (A) nightmare; no. 6982, 
animation by Paul Smith and Don 
Williams. (Looney tunes) Reel. 
© Jan. 6. 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 6; M 6088; Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 641 

Cattle (The) thief; story by J. A. 
Duffy, screen play by Nate Gatzert, 
directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet. 
6 reels. © Jan. 27, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 
27; description Jan. 30; L 6099; 
Columbia pictures Corp., New York. 

642 

Ceiling zero; stage and screen play by 
Frank Wead. 10 reels. © Jan. 20, 
1936 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 21 ; 
L 6074; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 643 

Charles Dickens' A tale of two cities. 
See Tale (A) of two cities. 

Charlie Chan in Shanghai ; original 
story and screen play by Edward T. 
Lowe and Gerard Fairlie, directed 
by James Tinling. 7 reels. © Oct. 
11, 1935; 2 c. and description Jan. 
14, 1936 ; L 6053 ; Twentieth century- 
Fox film corp., New York. 644 

Charlie Chan's secret; original story 
by Robert Ellis and Helen Logan, 
screen play by Robert Ellis and 
Helen Logan in collaboration with 



Joseph Hoffman, directed by Gordon 
Wiles. 8 reels. © Jan. 10, 1936; 
2 c. and description Jan. 13 ; L 6049 ; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., 
New York. 645 

Collegiate ; from a story by Alice Duer 
Miller, screen play by Walter De- 
Leon and Francis Martin, directed 
by Ralph Murphy. 9 reels. © Jan. 
9, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 9 ; description Jan. 
10 ; L 6041 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 646 

Contraceptive methods and technique ; 
produced and directed by Marie 
Pichel Warner. 2 reels. © Oct. 18, 
1935; 2 c. and description Jan. 11, 
1936 ; M 6109 ; Marie Pichel Warner, 
New York. 647 

Count (The) takes the count; directed 
by Charles Parrott and Harold Law. 
(Charley Chase comedy) 2 reels. 
© Jan. 7, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 15; L 60,54; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 648 

Crew racing; explanatory remarks by 
Pete Smith, directed by David Mil- 
ler. (A sports parade subject) 
Reel. © Jan. 6, 1936; 2 c. and de- 
scription Jan. 15; M 6119; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

649- 

Dangerous ; story and screen play by 
Laird Doyle, directed by Alfred E. 
Green. 8 reels. © Jan. 2, 1936; 
2 c. and description Jan. 3 ; L 6028 ; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New 
York. 650 

Dangerous waters ; based on the story 
Glory hole by Theodore Reeves, 
screen play by Richard Schayer, 
Hazel Jamieson and Malcolm Stuart 
Boylan, directed by Lambert Hill- 
yer. 7 reels. © Jan. 21, 1936; 2 c. 
and description Jan. 22 ; L 6080 ; 
Universal productions, inc., New 
York. 651 

Delmar's (Vina) Bad Boy. See Bad 
boy. 

Dickens' (Charles) A tale of two cities. 
See Tale (A) of two cities. 

Dog's (A) devotion. See Adventures 
(The) of Rex and Rinty. 

Dreamland. See Strike me pink. 

Easy pickin's ; story by Marcy Klauber 
and Charlie Williams, directed by 
William Watson. Reel. © Dec. 27, 
1935; 2 c. and description Jan. 8, 
1936; L 6037; Skibo productions, 
inc., New York. 652 



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no. 1, 1936 



672 



End of the road. See Adventures 
(The) of Rex and Rinty. 

Exclusive story ; from the story by 
Martin Mooney, screen play by 
Michael Fessier, directed by George 
B. Seitz. 8 reels. © Jan. 13, 1936; 
2 c. and description Jan. 27 ; L 6093 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., New 
York. 653 

Fang and claw; [by Frank Buck] 
edited by Stacy and Horace Wood- 
ard. directed by Frank Buck and 
Nicholas Cavaliere. 8 reels. © Dec. 
20, 1935 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 6, 
1936; L 6034; Van Beuren Corp., 
New York. 654 

Feud (The) ; by Frank Moser and 
Paul Terry. Reel. © Jan. 10, 1936; 
2 c. and description Jan. 13 ; M 6111 ; 
Moser & Terry, inc., New Rochelle, 
N. Y. 655 

Fighting (The) marines; chap. 1-6. 
1. Human targets. — 2. Isle of miss- 
ing men. — 3. The savage horde. — i. 
The mark of the Tiger-shark. — 5. 
The gauntlet of grief.— 6. Robber's 
roost. Story by Wallace MacDon- 
ald, Maurice Geraghty, and Ray 
Trampe, screen play by Barney 
Sarecky and Sherman Lowe, di- 
rected by B. Reeves Eason and Jo- 
seph Kane. 13 reels. © Nov. 16, 
1935; 2 c. and description Jan. 21, 
1936 ; L 6075 ; Mascot pictures corp., 
New York. 656 

Filming feminine headliners ; edited by 
Lew Lehr. (Adventures of the news- 
reel cameraman) Reel. © Dec. 27, 
1935; 2 c. and description Jan. 8, 
1936; M 609S; Twentieth century- 
Fox film corp., New York. 657 

Finland : by Kenneth R. Edwards. 
(Eastman classroom films) Reel. 
© Mav 24, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1936; 
description Dec. 31, 1935; M 6082; 
Eastman kodak co., Rochester, N. Y. 

658 

Fire (The) trap; screen play by 
Charles Francis Royal, directed by 
Burt Lynwood. 7 reels. © Jan. 23, 
1936; 2 c. Jan. 23; description Jan. 
29; L 6096; Empire him distribu- 
tors, inc., New York. 659 

First a girl ; scenario by Marjorie 
Gaffney, directed by Victor Saville. 
8 reels. © Dec. 16, 1935 ; 1 c. Jan. 
15, 1936; description Jan. 16; L 
6063 ; Gaumont British picture corp. 
of America, New York. 660 



Fourth (The) impression; by Harry 
G. Kebel. © title, description and 
84 prints reed. Jan. 22, 1936; M 
6143 ; Standard brands, inc., New 
York. 661 

Fox movietone news ; v. 18, no. 22-26, 
Laurence Stallings, editor. 1 reel 
each. © Nov. 28, Dec. 3, 5, 10, 12, 
1935; 2 c. and description each Jan. 
7, 1936 ; M 6093-6097 ; Movietonews, 
inc., New York. 662-666 

Frank Buck's Fang and claw. See 
Fang and claw. 

Freshman love; based .on story idea 
by George Ade, directed by William 
McGann. 7 reels. © Jan. 13, 1936 ; 
2 c. and description Jan. 14 ; L 6051 ; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New 
York. 667 

Game (The) of jai-alai (hi-li) ; story 
and narration by Edward Thorger- 
sen. (A treasure chest production) 
Reel. © Dec. 27, 1935 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Jan. 8, 1936; M 6100; 
Skibo productions, inc., New York. 

668 

Gauntlet (The) of grief. See Fight- 
ing (The) marines. 

Glory hole. See Dangerous waters. 

Gold diggers of '49; no. 7041, anima- 
tion by Charles Jones and Robert 
Clampett. (Looney tunes) Reel. 
© Jan. 6, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 6; M 6000; Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 669 

Grey's (Zane) Thunder Mountain. 
See Thunder Mountain. 

Her master's voice ; adapted from the 
play Her master's voice by Clare 
Kummer, screen play by Dore 
Schary and Harry Sauber, directed 
by Joseph Santley. 8 reels. © Jan. 
20, 1936 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 
20 ; L 6070 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 670 

Hitch hike lady; original story by 
Wallace MacDonald, screen play by 
Gordon Rigby and Lester Cole, di- 
rected by Aubrey Scotto. 8 reels. 
© Jan. 10, 1936 ; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Jan. 20; L 6069; Republic pic- 
tures corp., New York. 671 

Hollywood capers; no. 6998, animation 
by Rollin Hamilton and Charles 
Jones. (Looney tunes) Reel. © 
Jan. 6, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 6 ; M 6089 ; Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 672 



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673 



pt. i, v. 9< 



Human targets. See Fighting (The) 
marines. 

Husk. See We're only human. 

I conquer the sea ; story adaptation by 
Richard Carroll, dialogue by Hollo 
Lloyd and Howard Higgin, directed 
by Victor Halperin. 7 reels. © 
Jan. 7, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 9 ; description 
Jan. 16 ; L 6061 ; Academy pictures 
distributing corp., New York. 673 

I don't remember ; story and screen 
play by and directed by Preston 
Black. 2 reels. © Dec. 27, 1935; 
2 c. Dec. 27 ; description Jan. 10, 
1936; L 6039; Columbia pictures 
Corp., New York. 674 

Invisible (The) ray; original story by 
Howard Higgin and Douglas Hodges, 
screen play by John Colton, directed 
by Lambert Hillyer. 9 reels. © 
Jan. 14, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 15 ; L 6060 ; Universal produc- 
tions, inc., New York. 675 

Isle of missing men. See Fighting 
(The) marines. 

Jewels — or chestnuts. Reel. © Dec. 
23, 1935; 2 c. and description Jan. 
14, 1936; M 6115; AudiVision, inc., 
New York. 676 

Just speeding ; story and screen play 
by Harry McCoy, directed by Del 
Lord. 2 reels. © Jan. 15, 1936; 
2 c. Jan. 15 ; description Jan. 20 ; 
L 6072; Columbia pictures corp., 
New York. 677 

Lady (The) in red; no. 6927, ani- 
mated by Bob McKimson & Ben 
Clopton. (Merrie melodies) Reel. 
© Jan. 6, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 6; M 6085; Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 678 

Lady of secrets; story by Katherine 
Brush, screen play by Joseph An- 
thony and Zoe Akins, directed by 
Marion Gering. 8 reels. © Jan. 22, 
1936; 2 c. Jan. 22; description Jan. 
28 ; L 6094 ; Columbia pictures corp., 
New York. 679 

Last of the pagans ; original story and 
screen play by John Villiers Farrow, 
directed by Richard Thorpe. 8 reels. 
© Dec. 27, 1935; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Jan. 15, 1936; L 6058; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

680 

Let's dance ; directed by David Miller. 
Reel. © Jan. 13, 1986 ; 2 c. and de- 



scription Jan. 20 ; M 6125 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

681 



Little (The) Dutch plate; no. 

animation by Paul Smith and Bob 
Clampett. (Merrie melodies) Reel.. 
© Jan. 6, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 6; M 6086; Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 682: 

Little nobody. (Betty Boop cartoon) 
Reel. © Jan. 9, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 9 ; 
description Jan. 10; M 6108; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 683 

Littlest (The) rebel; from the play by 
Edward Peple, screen play by Edwin 
Burke, directed by David Butler. 
8 reels. © Dec. 27, 1935; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 24, 1986; L 6082; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., 
New York. 684 

London ; by Kenneth R. Edwards. 
(Eastman classroom films) Reel. 
© June 28, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1936 ; 
description Dec. 31, 1985; M 6083; 
Eastman kodak co., Rochester, N. Y. 

685 

Lone ( The ) wolf returns ; story by 
Louis Joseph Vance, screen play by 
Joseph Krumgold, Bruce Manning 
and Lionel Houser, directed by Roy 
William Neill. 7 reels. © Jan. 2, 
1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 2 ; description Jan. 3 ; 
L 6029; Columbia pictures corp., 
New York. 686 

Lucky stars ; dialogue by Herman 
Hoffman. Reel. © Jan. 9, 1986; 
2 c. Jan. 9; description Jan. 10; M 
6106; Paramount productions, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 687 

Man hunt ; original by Earl Felton, 
edited by Louis Hesse,, directed by 
Wm. Clemens. 7 reels. © Jan. 28, 
1986; 2 c. and description Jan. 30; 
L 6097 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 688 

March (The) of Time. 2 reels each. 
© March of Time, inc., New York. 

689, 690 

9th issue. © Dec. 13, 1935; 2 c. 
and description Jan. 6, 1936; M 
6092. 

Issue no. 10. © Jan. 17, 1936 ; 2 c. 
and description Jan. 23 ; M 6142. 

Mark (The) of the Tiger-shark. See 
Fighting (The) marines. 



34 



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no. 1, 1936 



721 



Metropolitan: based on a story by 
Bess Meredyth, screen play by Bess 
Meredyth and George Marion, jr., 
directed bv Richard Boleslawski. 10 
reels. © Nov. 8, 1935 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Jan. 20; L 6065; Twen- 
tieth century-Fox film corp-r New 
York. 691 

Mickey's polo team. Reel. © Jan. 22, 
1936; 2 c. Jan. 22; description Jan. 
23; M 6146; Walt Disney produc- 
tions, ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 692 

Mister Hobo ; by Paul Laffitte, adapta- 
tion by Maude Howell, scenario by 
Guy Bolton, directed by Milton Ros- 
mer. S reels. © Dec. 19, 1935 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 15, 1936; description Jan. 16; 
L 6062; Gaumont British picture 
corp. of America, New York. 693 

Mixed policies ; story by David Freed- 
man, produced by Al Christie. 2 
reels. © Jan. 17, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 24 ; L 6083 ; Educa- 
tional productions, inc., New York. 

694 

Modern basketball fundamentals; by 
Forrest C. Allen. (Eastman class- 
room films) 2 reels. © Nov. 30, 
1935; 2 c. Jan. 2. 1936: description 
Dec. 31, 1935; M 60S4 ; Eastman 
kodak co., Rochester, N. Y. 695 

Molly Moo-cow and Rip Van Winkle; 
directed by Burt Gillett and Tom 
Palmer. (Rainbow parade series, 
no. 3) Reel. © Dec. 27, 1935; 2 c. 
and description Jan. 6, 1936; M 
6091 ; Van Beuren corp., New York. 

696 

Moscow moods. Reel. © Jan. 23, 
1936 ; 2" c. and description Jan. 23 ; 
M 6144: Paramount productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 697 

Mysterious (The) avenger; story by 
Peter B. Kyne, screen play by Ford 
Beebe, directed by David Selman. 
6 reels. © Jan. 11, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 11 ; 
description Jan. 13; L 6042; Colum- 
bia pictures corp., New York. 698 

New gods for old. See Adventures 
(The) of Rex and Rinty. 

New homes for old. Reel. © Jan. 8, 
1986; 2 c. and description Jan. 14; 
M 6117 ; AudiVision, inc., New York. 

699 

Pace (The) that kills; edited by Hol- 
brook N. Todd, directed by Wm. A. 
O'Connor. 8 reels. © Jan. 2. 1936; 
2 c. Jan. 2; description Jan. 3: L 
6030: Willis Kent productions, Hol- 
lywood, Calif. 700 



Paddy O'Day ; screen play by Lou 
Breslow and Edward Eliscu, di- 
rected by Lewis Seiler. 8 reels. © 
Jan. 17, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 17; descrip- 
tion Jan. 13 ; L 6017 ; Twentieth cen- 
tury-Fox film corp. r New York. 

701 

Paramount news ; no. 31-43. 1 reel 
each. © Nov. 14, 18, 21, 25, 28, Dec. 
2, 5, 9, 12, 16, 19, 23, 26, 1935 ; 2 c. 
and description each Jan. 20, 1936; 
M 6129-6141 ; Paramount produc- 
tions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

702-714 

Paramount pictorial 5 ; no. 6. Reel. 
© Jan. 13, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 13; M 6113; Paramount pro- 
ductions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 715 

Pirate party on Catalina Isle ; conti- 
nuity and dialogue by Alexander Van 
Dorn. 2 reels. © Jan. 3, 1936 ; 2 c. 
and description Jan. 27 ; L 6091 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 716 

Popular science; no. 3, narrative by 
Gayne Whitman. Reel. © Jan. 30, 
1936; 2 c. and description Jan. 30; 
M 6153 ; Paramount productions, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 717 

Primitive justice. See Adventures 
(The) of Rex and Rinty. 

Primitive Pitcairn ; commentator Carey 
Wilson. (A Eugene H. Roth produc- 
tion) Reel. © Jan. 7, 1936 ; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 13; M 6110; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

718 

Reap year. Reel. © Dec. 18, 1935; 
2 c. and description Dec. 28 ; M 6154 ; 
AudiVision, inc., New York. 719 

Riffraff; from an original story by 
Frances Marion, screen play by 
Frances Marion, H. W. Hanemann 
and Anita Loos, directed by J. Wal- 
ter Ruben. 10 reels. © Jan. 1, 
1936; 2 c. and description Jan. 15; 
L 6056 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 720 

Ring around the moon ; from the novel 
by Vere Hobart. screen play by Paul 
Perez, directed by Charles Lamont. 
7 reels. © Jan. 13. 1936: 2 c. Jan. 
13; description Jan. 14; L 6052; 
Chesterfield motion picture Corp., 
New York. 721 

Robber's roost. See Fighting (The) 
marines. 



35 



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722 



pt. i, v. 9 



Rose of the rancho; from the play by 
Richard Walton Tully and David Be- 
lasco, adaptation by Harlan Thomp- 
son and Brian Hooker, screen play 
by Frank Partos, Charles Brackett, 
Arthur Sheekman and Nat Perrin, 
directed by Marion Gering. 9 reels. 
© Jan. 20, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 20 ; L 6071 ; Paramount produc- 
tions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 722 

Savage (The) horde. See Fighting 
(The) marines. 

Scrappy' s boy scouts ; story by Art 
Davis, animation by Sid Marcus. 
(A Charles Mintz production) Reel. 
© Jan. 8, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 9 ; descrip- 
tion Jan. 16 ; M 6121 ; Screen gems, 
inc.. Los Angeles. 723 

Seeing (The) eye; story and narration 
by Clinton Wunder. (A treasure 
chest production) Reel. © Jan. 17, 
1936; 2 c. and description Jan. 24; 
M 6149 ; Skibo productions, inc., New 
York. 724 

Serves you right ; no. 1835-36, story by 
Jack Henley and Bob McGowan, di- 
rected by Lloyd French. 2 reels. © 
Jan. 6, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 6 ; L 6031 ; Vitaphone corp., New 
York. 725 

Seven keys to Baldpate; from the 
novel by Earl Derr Biggers, screen 
play by Anthony Veiller and Wallace 
Smith, directed by William Hamilton 
and Edward Killy. 8 reels. © Dec. 
6, 1935 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 27, 
1936; L 6086; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 726 

Shorty at Coney Island ; commentary 
by Justin Herman, edited by Fred 
Waller and Leslie M. Roush. Reel. 
© Jan. 20, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 20 ; M 6127 ; Paramount produc- 
tions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 727 

Show them no mercy ; .by Kubec Glas- 
mon, adaptation by Henry Lehrman, 
directed by George Marshall. 8 reels. 
© Dec. 6, 1935; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 13, 1936 ; L 6050 ; Twentieth cen- 
tury-Fox film corp., New York. 728 

Silverspurs ; original story by Charles 
Alden Seltzer, screen play by Joseph 
Francis Polland, directed by Ray 
Taylor. 6 reels. © Jan. 29, 1936; 
2 c. Jan. 29; description Jan. 30; 
L 6098; Universal productions, inc., 
New York. 729 

Siren (The) of death. See Adventures 
(The) of Rex and Rinty. 



Soak the rich ; story by and directed by 
Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur. 
9 reels. © Jan. 23, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 23; L 6079; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 730 

Social justice; screen play by Jack 
Myer Kellman, dialogue by J. A. 
Paradise, direction, Edward A. Fer- 
guson. Reel. © Jan. 8, 1936; 1 c. 
and description Jan. 17 ; 1 c. Jan. 31 ; 
L 6102 ; Golden arrow productions, 
inc., Detroit. 731 

Soft ball game ; story by Walter Lantz 
and Victor McLeod. (A Walter 
Lantz production ) Reel. © Jan. 23, 
1936; 2 c. Jan. 22; description Jan. 
24; M 6147; Universal productions, 
inc., New York. 732 

Somewhere in Dreamland; animation 
by Seymour Kneitel and Roland 
Crandall, direction by Dave Fleis- 
cher. (A Max Fleischer color 
classic) Reel. © Jan. 20, 1936; 
2 c. and description Jan. 20 ; M 6128 ; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 733 

Stars of tomorrow ; directed by Benny 
Rubin. 1 reel each. © Columbia 
pictures Corp., New York. 734, 735 
No. 5. © Jan. 14, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 

14; description Jan. 20; M-6126. 
No. 6. © Jan. 14, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 

14; description Jan. 15; M 6118. 

Story (The) of Louis Pasteur; story 
and screen play by Sheridan Lib- 
ney and Pierre Collings, dialogue di- 
rector Gene Lewis, edited by Ralph 
Dawson, directed by William Die- 
terle. 10 reels. © Jan. 31, 1936; 
2 c. and description Jan. 31 ; L 
6101 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 736 

Stranger's (The) recall. See Adven- 
tures (The) of Rex and Rinty. 

Strike me pink ; adapted from Clarence 
Budington Kelland's Saturday eve- 
ning post serial, Dreamland, music 
and lyrics by Harold Arlen and Lew 
Brown, directed by Norman Taurog. 
11 reels. © Jan. 22, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 22 ; L 6076 ; Samuel 
Goldwyn, New York. 737 

Suicide squad ; story by C. E. Roberts 
and Ray Mazzaro, scenario by 
Homer King Gordon, special dia- 
logue by Edward K. O'Brien, di- 
rected by Raymond K. Johnson. 6 



MOTION PICTURES 



no. 1, 1936 



760 



reels. © Jan. 23, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 
23; description Jan. 22; L 6078; 
Puritan pictures, New York. 738 

Sylvia Scarlett; from the novel by 
Compton Mackenzie, screen play by 
Gladys Unger, John Collier and 
Mortimer Offner, directed by George 
Cukor. 10 reels. © Jan. 1, 1936; 
2 c. and description. Jan. 6; L 
6033 ; KKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 739 

Tale (A) of two cities; [by Charles 
Dickens], screen play by W. P. Lips- 
comb and S. N. Behrman, directed 
by Jack Conway. 13 reels. © Dec. 
16, 1935 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 
15, 1936; L 6057; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer Corp., New York. 740 

Tango ; from the novel by Vida Hurst, 
screen play by Arthur T. Horman, 
directed by Phil Rosen. 7 reels. © 
Jan. 11, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 11; descrip- 
tion Jan. 13 ; L 6043 ; Invincible pic- 
tures Corp., New York. 741 

Thanks a million ; screen play by Nun- 
nally Johnson, directed by Roy Del 
Ruth. 10 reels. © Nov. 15, 1935; 
2 c. and description Jan. 24, 1936; 
L 6081 ; Twentieth century-Fox film 
Corp., New York. 742 

Thanks, Mr. Cupid ; story, music and 
lyrics by Charlie Williams and 
Marcy Klauber, produced by Al 
Christie. 2 reels. © Jan 24, 1936; 
2 c. and description Jan. 24 ; L 6084 ; 
Educational productions, inc., New 
York. 743 

Three live ghosts; from the play by 
Frederick S. Ishain, screen play by 
C. Gardner Sullivan, directed by H. 
Bruce Humberstone. 7 reels. © 
Jan. 1, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 15; L 6055; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 744 

Three on a limb; story by Vernon 
Smith, directed by Charles Lamont. 
2 reels. © Jan. 3, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 8; L 6038; Educa- 
tional productions, inc., New York. 

745 

Thrill (A) for Thelma ; story by Marty 
Brooks, screen play by Richard 
Goldstone, directed by Edward Cahn. 
(Crime does not pay series, no. 4) 
2 reels. © Jan. 6, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 13; L 6044; Metro- 
Gold wyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

746 



T bunder Mountain ; from the novel by 
Zane Grey, screen play by Dan Jar- 
rett and Don Swift, directed by 
David Howard. 7 reels. © Sept. 
27, 1935 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 
20, 1936; L 6066; Atherton produc- 
tions, inc., New York. 747 

Trouble in Toyland; no. 1885-86, con- 
tinuity by A. Dorian Otvos and 
George Bennett, directed by Joseph 
Henabery. 2 reels. © Jan. 27, 
1936; 2 c. and description Jan. 27; 
L 6088 ; Vitaphone corp., New York. 

748 

Two in the dark; from the novel by 
Gelett Burgess, screen play by Seton 
I. Miller, directed by Ben Stoloff. 
8 reels. © Jan. 10, 1936 ; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 27; L 6085; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 749 

Universal newsreel. 1 reel each. © 
Universal pictures corp., New York. 

750-757 

No. 409, 410. © Nov. 26, 29, 1935; 
2 c. each Jan. 8, 1936 ; description 
each Jan. 2 ; M 6101, 6102. 

No. 411, 412. © Dec. 3, 6, 1935; 
2 c. and description each Jan. 8, 
1936; M 6103, 6104. 

No. 413, 414. © Dec. 10, 13, 1935; 
2 c. and description each Jan. 
15, 1936; M 6122, 6123. 

No. 415, 416. © Dec. 17, 20, 1935; 
2 c. each Jan. 27, 1936; descrip- 
tion each Jan. 22; M 6151, 6152. 

Unrelated relations; story and screen 
play by Preston Black, directed by 
Del Lord. 2 reels. © Jan. 8, 1936 ; 
2 c. Jan. 9; description Jan. 10; L 
6040; Columbia pictures corp., New 
York. 758 

Vermont's maple industry; by Harold 
H. Chadwick. © title, description 
and 6 prints reed. Nov. 22, 1935; 
M 6063; Vermont. Department of 
conservation and development. Pub- 
licity service, Montpelier, Vt. 759 

Vim, vigor and vitaliky ; animated by 
Seymour Kneitel and Roland Cran- 
dall, directed by Dave Fleischer. 
Reel. © Jan. 13, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Jan. 13; M 6114; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 760 

Vina Delmar's Bad boy. See Bad 
boy. 



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761 



pt. i, v. 9 



Voice (The) of experience; no. 8, 
adaptation by I. A. Jacoby, edited 
by Florence Bricker, directed by 
B. K. Blake. Reel. © Jan. 3, 1936 ; 
2 c. Jan. 3; description Jan. 10; M 
6105 ; Rex film Corp., New York. 

761 

Water-tight unit masonry. Reel. © 
Dec. 12, 1935; 2 c. and description 
Dec. 28; M 6155; AudiVision, inc., 
New York. 762 

We're only human ; from the story 
Husk by Thomas Walsh, screen 
play by Rian James, directed by 
James Flood. 7 reels. © Dec. 27, 
1935; 2 c. and description Jan. 27, 
1936; L 6087; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 763 

West Point of the South ; explanatory 
remarks by Pete Smith, directed by 
Richard Rosson. Reel. © Jan. 13, 
1936; 2 c. and description Jan. 20; 
M 6124 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., 
New York. 764 

What's the answer. Reel. © Jan. 23, 
1936; 2 c and description Jan. 23; 
M 6145; Paramount productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 765 

Widow (The) from Monte Carlo; 
based on a play by Ian Hay and 
A. E. W. Mason, screen play by F. 
Hugh Herbert, Charles Belden and 
George Bricker, directed by Arthur 
Greville Collins. 7 reels. © Jan. 
20, 1936; 2 c and description Jan. 
20; L 6064; Warner bros. pictures, 
inc., New York. 766 

Wild wings ; narrative by Gayne Whit- 
man. Reel. © Jan. 13, 1986; 2 c. 
and description Jan. 14; M 6112; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 767 



Winter magic; edited by Lew Lehr. 
(Along the road to romance on the 
magic carpet of movietone.) Reel. 
© Dec. 27, 1985; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Jan. 8, 1936; M 6099; Twenti- 
eth century-Fox film corp., New 
York. 768 

You may be next; story by Henry 
Wales and Ferdinand Reyher, screen 
play by Fred Niblo, jr. and Ferdi- 
nand Reyher, directed by Albert S. 
Rogell. 7 reels. © Jan. 14, 1936; 
2 c. Jan. 14; description Jan. 20; 
L 6073; Columbia pictures corp., 
New York. 769 

Your Uncle Dudley ; based on the play 
by Howard Lindsay and Bertrand 
Robinson, adaptation by Dore 
Schary and Joseph Hoffman, screen 
play by Allen Rivkin, directed by 
Eugene Forde. 8 reels. © Dec. 13, 
1935; 2 c. and description Jan. 13, 
1936; L 6046; Twentieth century- 
Fox film corp., New York. 770 



Zane Grey's Thunder Mountain. 
Thunder Mountain. 



See 



19th (The) hole club; by Frank Moser 
and Paul Terry. Reel. © Jan. 24, 
1936; 2 c. and description Jan. 24; 
M 6148; Moser & Terry, inc., New 
Rochelle, N. Y. 771 

$1,000' a minute; story by Everett 
Freeman, adaptation by Jack Natte- 
ford and Claire Church, screen play 
by Joseph Fields, directed by Aubrey 
Scotto. 7 reels. © Nov. 20, 1935; 
2 c. and description Jan. 20, 1986; 
L 6068; Republic pictures corp., 
New York. 772 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the catalog since Jan. 
1, 1936 : 

Motion-picture photoplays 70 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 76 

Total 152 



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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



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



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 



1936 

VOLUME 9 
No. 2 



UNITED STATICS 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 193G 



'npHE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, 
■*- Group 3, issued monthly, contains titles of Dramatic compositions and 
Motion pictures. 

Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles of the entries made 
in Class "D", Dramatic compositions, and Dramatico-musical compositions, 
arranged alphabetically by title; Class "L", Motion-picture photoplays; and 
Class "M", Motion pictures other than photoplays, arranged alphabetically by 
title. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, the preliminary 
entry of titles has been abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies 
with an application for entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: "D", Class D, 
Dramatic compositions; "L", Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; and "W\ 
Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. "©" implies copyright regis- 
tration of a published work followed by date of publication; "© 1 c." stands 
for copyright of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copy- 
right Office of the printed or manuscript copy; and "2 c." for two copies, 
followed by date of their receipt. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been 
renewed under section 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this issue 
immediately following the drama list. 

Imprints. — When the publishers of dramatic compositions are also the claim- 
ants of copyright, their names are omitted from the imprint. 

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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



About face ; a comedy in 3 acts, by P. 
Byron. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1936; D 
41078 ; Paul Byron, New York. 773 

Absence (I/) ; piece en 4 actes, de 
diaries Vildrac [pseud, of C. Mes- 
sager] © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1936; D 
41010 ; Charles Messager, Paris. 774 

Absolution (L') ; piece en 1 acte [par] 
Jose Germain Lpseud. of Jose Drou- 
illy] and Emmanuel Bourcier. (In 
La Petite illustration, no. 750) © 
Nov. 30, 1935; 1 c. Feb. 17, 1936; 
D 40987; Jose Drouilly and Em- 
manuel Bourcier, Neuilly, France. 

775 

Abu Hassan ; a comic opera in 1 act, 
text by F. C. Hiemer, English ver- 
sion by J. A. Haughton, music by 
Carl Maria Von Weber. Text. © 
1 c. Feb. 27, 1936; D 41076; John 
Alan Haughton, New York. 776 

Adventures in Puddle Muddle; drama- 
tized by S. L. Goldsmith, as a pup- 
pet sbow from Mary Graham Bon- 
ner's book of the same name. © 1 c. 
Feb. 29, 1936; D 41117; Sophie L. 
Goldsmith, New York. 777 

Adventures of Jane, Connie and Peggy. 
See Brownstone house. 

Adventures of the Hornet; nos. A-l, 
A-2, by Francis Striker. © 1 c. each 
Feb. 7, 1936; D 40752, 40753; Kun- 
sky-Trendle broadcasting Corp., De- 
troit. 778, 779 

See also Green (The) Hornet. 

Air-male ship of fancy; nos. 1, 2, by 
C. E. Taylor. © 1 c. each Feb. 17, 
1930 ; D 40890, 40891 ; Carrie E. Tay- 
lor, Beverly Hills, Calif. 780, 781 

Aldingbourne mimes ; by Ethel Wood. 
London, New York [etc.] 1935. 
22 p. diagrs. 8vo. ( [French's act- 
ing edition, no. 771]) Contents. — 
Lord Ullin's daughter. — May Col- 
vin. — Bonnie Annie. © June 18, 
1935; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1936; D 40072; 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 782 

Alias the rain ; a modern play in 3 
acts, by B. Disque, jr. and S. M. 
Schley. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1936; D 
41042 ; Price Disque, jr. and Sturges 
Mason Schley, New York. 783 



Alimony (The) brat; or, Alimony rhap- 
sody, a 3-act comedy drama, by Nina 
Da Silva [pseud, of N. N. Da Silva] 
and Berta Metzger [pseud, of B. F. 
Metzger] © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1936; D 
40781; Nelly Nina Da Silva, Holly- 
wood, Calif., and Bertha Florence 
Metzger, Los Angeles. 784 

Alimony rhapsody. See Alimony 
(The) brat. 

All rights reserved ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by N. C. Hunter. London, New York 
[etc.] 1935. 65 p. plate. 8vo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 1712] ) 
© Nov. 16, 1935; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1936; D 
40671 ; Samuel French, ltd., London. 

785 • 

Amante (L') in trappola ; opera comica 
in 1 atto, di Giovanni Franceschini, 
musica di Arrigo Pedrollo, riduzione 
per pianoforte e canto. [Milano, Gio- 
vanni Da Nova, 1936] 2 p. 1., 87 p. 
fol. © Jan. 31, 1936; 1 c. Feb. 18; 
D 39034; Arrigo Pedrollo, Milan. 

786 

Amazing (The) Madame Jumel ; a play 
in a prologue and 3 acts, by W, C. 
Duncan, freely adapted from his re- 
cent successful book of the same title.. 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1936 ; D 40804 ; Wil- 
liam Cary Duncan, North Brookfield, 
Mass. 787 

American pageant of youth; Jan. 19, 
1936, by I. W. Clements. © 1 c. Jan. 
21, 1936; D 40709: Clements co., 
Philadelphia. 788 

American sleeping beauty ; a comedy in 

3 acts, by Martha Madison [i. e. M. 
M. Gerbinol and Vincent Gerbino. 
© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1936; D 40699; 
Martha Madison Gerbino and Vin- 
cent E. Gerbino, New York. 789 

American women as nation builders; 
original monodramas in a prologue, 

4 parts, and epilogue, by J. Bauer. 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1936 ; I) 100' II ; Juanita 
Bauer, Madison, Wis. 790 

Amis; piece en 1 acte [par] Pierre 
Alain Dorly. (In La Petite illus- 
tration, no. 750) © Nov. 30, 1985; 
1 c. Feb. 17, 1936; D 40985 ;. Pierre 
Alain Dorly, Paris. 791 



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792 



pt. i, v. 



Amy Robsart of Lydcote Hall ; a play 
in 3> acts, by William J. Bray, in col- 
laboration with J. B. Tutwiler ; 
founded upon Sir Walter Scott's 
novel, Kenilworth. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1936; D 40707; Janie B. Tutwiler, 
Baltimore. 792 

Anche a Chicago nascon le viole ; di M. 
Buzzichini. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1936; D 
40916 ; Mario Buzzichini, Milan. 793 

And Peter ; a short mystery play 



for Eastertide [by] Phillips Ende- 
<cott Osgood. New York, Chicago 
[etc., 1936] cover-title, 8 p. 8vo. © 
Jan. 13, 1936 ; 2 c. Feb. 20 ; D 41000 ; 
Phillips Endecott Osgood, Boston. 

794 

Angel aware; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Marion Holbrook. New York, Los 
Angeles [etc., 1936] 3 p. 1., 31 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Jan. 17, 1936; 2 c. 
Feb. 3; D 40603; Samuel French, 
New York. 795 

Angel on horseback; a romantic com- 
edy in 3 acts, by R. St. Claire. © 
1 c. Feb. 13, 1936 ; D 40821 ; Ronald 
St. Claire, New York. 796 

Ann Worth — housewife; by Thomas 
Dougall. nos. A-56, 57. © 1 c. each 
Feb. 7, 1936 ; D 40754, 40755 ; Kunsky- 
Trendle broadcasting corp., Detroit. 

797, 798 

nos. A-58, A-59. © 1 c. each 

Feb. 14, 1936; D 40815, 40816; 
Kunsky-Trendle broadcasting Corp., 
Detroit. 799, 800 



nos. A-60, A-61. © 1 c. each 

Feb. 19, 19'36; D 40021, 40922; 
Kunsky-Trendle broadcasting corp., 
Detroit. 801, 802 

nos. A-62, A-63. © 1 c. each 

Feb. 26, 1936; D 41071, 41072; 
Kunsky-Trendle broadcasting corp-, 
Detroit. 803, 804 

Anna ; a comedy in 3 acts, by Hutche- 
son Boyd. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1936; D 
41108; Thomas F. Kane, New York. 

805 

Annie Haggerty. See Brass. 

Answer (The) to the cross; and Easter 
week communion service, based on 
The seven last words, by Marie Gra- 
ham. Cincinnati, O. [1986] 1 p. ]., 
5-15 p. 12 mo. © Feb. 19, 1936; 
2 c. Feb. 24 ; aff. Feb. 21 ; AA 196972 ; 
Standard pub. CO., Cincinnati. 806 

Around the world in ninety minutes ; 
a project operetta in 2 acts, for 
junior high school, book, lyrics and 



music, by Howard D. McKinney. 
New York, J. Fischer & bro. ; Liver- 
pool, England, Rushworth and 
Dreaper, ltd. [1936] 1 p. 1., 98 p. 
4to. © Feb. 5, 1936; 2 c. Feb. 8; D 
39019; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

807 

As the petals fall; a pantomime with 
words, by Ho Go Go, translated from 
the original ancient manuscript by 
Harry Greenwood Grover. New 
York, London [etc.] 1935. 14 p. 
diagrs. 12mo. © Sept. 20, 1985; 
2 c. Feb. 3, 1936 ; D 40602 ; Samuel 
French, New York. 808 

Assembly room plays ; selected by A. P. 
Sanford. New York, 1936, v, 272 p. 
12mo. Contents. — Alas dear Goliath, 
by Grace Dorcas Ruthenberg. — Lest 
we forget, by Anne Deiss Fielden. — 
Arabian gold, by Lucy Barton. — 
Davie, by Ruth Reno Smith. — Poor 
Richard, by Ruth Reno Smith. — Co- 
lumbus sails, by Miriam Kemmer- 
er. — Odysseus and Helen, by Perry 
Boyer Corneau. — Fathers, by Mar- 
garet Parsons. — Easter hats, by Delle 
Oglesbee Ross. — Hold it, please! by 
Perry Boyer Corneau. — All for char- 
ity, by Phyllis Marschall. — Realities, 
by Ruth Reno Smith. — Murder, by 
Mirjane Strong. © Feb. 14, 1986; 
2 c. Feb. 17 ; aff. Feb. 15 ; A 90777 ; 
Dodd, Mead & co., inc., New "York. 

808* 

At close range; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Jacinto Benavente [i. e. Jacinto 
Benavente y Martinez] Translated 
from the Spanish by John Garrett 
Underhill. New York. London [etc.] 
1936. 29 p. diagr. 12mo. © Jan. 
' 17, 1936 ; 2 c. Feb. 3 ; D 40598 ; Sam- 
uel French, New York. 809 

Audition ; a comedy in 1 act, by Fran- 
cine McCartney Donner. New York, 
London [etc.] 1935. 22 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Oct. 3, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1986 ; D 40569 ; Samuel French, New 
York. 810 

Aunt Abby answers an ad ; a twentieth 
century laughing sensation in 3 acts, 
by Henry Rowland [pseud, of 
Charles George] Boston, Mass., Los 
Angeles, Gal. [1936] 2 p. 1., [3]- 
139 p. diagr. 12mo. ([Bakers 
royalty plays]) © Jan. 21, 1936; 
2 c. Jan. 24; D 40342; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 811 

Authentic stories of early California 
families; [by J. Catalina Sepulveda, 
i. e. J. C. Sepulveda cle Gonzales] 
Various pagings. 4to. Contents. — 



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DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 2, 1936 



831 



Felipe.— Dolores. © Sept. 5, 1935; 
2 c. and aff. Dec. 20; AA 196069; 
J. Catalina Sepulveda de Gonzales, 
San Pedro, Calif. 812 

Autobiography— with wings ; a play in 

2 acts, with prologue and epilogue, by 
D. Barr. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1936; D 
40807; David Barr, Washington. 

813 

Aware of the night ; a play in 5 acts, 
by D. Hertz. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1936; 
D 40856 ; David Hertz, Santa Monica, 
Calif. 814 

Ayona ; comedia en 4 actos, original y 
en verso, por J. Catalina Sepulveda 
[i. e. J. C. Sepulveda de Gonzales] 

3 p. 1., 2-31 numb. 1. 4to. © May 
27, 1935; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 20; AA 
196071; J. Catalina Sepulveda de 
Gonzales, San Pedro, Calif. 815 

Babes (The) in the wood; a cynical 
pantomine in 1 act, by V. C. Clinton- 
Baddeley. London, New York [etc.] 
Samuel French, ltd., 1935. 12 p. 
12mo. ( [French's acting edition, no. 
1705] ) © June 7, 1935 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 
1936; D 40665; V. C. Clinton-Bad- 
deley, London. 816 

Bad (The) boy comes back; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by Pauline Phelps and 
Marion Short. New York, London 
[etc.] 1935. 81 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
Nov. 15, 1935; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1936; D 
40626; Samuel French, New York. 

817 

Bar Kochba (The son of the star) ; or, 
The last days of Jerusalem, an opera 
in 4 acts and prologue, translated 
and recomposed from the Yiddish, by 
J. J. Davidson. Text. © 1 c. Feb. 
17, 1936; D 40879; John Joseph 
Davidson, San Francisco. 818 

Beauty at 10% : a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Lawrence Williams. © 1 c. Feb. 
25, 1936; D 41027; Lawrence Shap- 
leigh Williams, New York. 819 

Behind the curtain ; a 1-act play, by 
Charls Getts. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1936 ; 
D 40948; Charls Roe Getts, Los 
Angeles. 820 

Behold we live ; a play in 3 acts, by 
John Van Druten. London, New 
York, Samuel French, ltd., 1934. 
69 p. plates. Svo. ([French's act- 
ing edition, no. 1933]) © Dec. 22. 
1934; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936; D 40840; 
John Van Druten, London. 821 

Belligerents (The) See Helen Hayes 
serial. 



Below 20° above; a play in 1 act, by 
David Abarbanel [pseud, of H. 
Hafter] © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1936; D 
41113; Harry Hafter, New York. 

822 

Better (The) they be; a comedy in 3 
acts, by J. Patrick. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1936; D 40941; John Patrick, New 
York. 823 

Between matinee and evening; a 1-act 
play, by Virginia Rose. © 1 c. Feb. 

10, 1936 ; D 40888 ; Virginia Runyon, 
New York. 824 

Biddebunk ; a play in 2 scenes, by L. D. 
Hollister. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1936; D 
40800; Len D. Hollister, New York. 

825 

Big scoop; a drama in 3 minutes, by 
C. Piening. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1936; D 
40723; Charles Piening, New York. 

826 

Biography (The) of Nada King. See 
My life. 

Black bastard ; a 1-act play, by Roy 
Bonner. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1936; D 
40938; Esther Bomser, Bronx, N. Y. 

827 

Black (The) brothers. See Plays for 
club, school and camp, for boys and 
girls from 8 to 14. 

Bjack (The) Knight; a play for chil- 
dren in 3 acts, by James Gardner 
Hellmann. New York, London [etc., 
1935] 4 p. 1., 70 p. diagrs. 12mo. 
(The Junior league plays) © Nov. 

11, 1935 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1936 ; D 40624 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 828 

Black night ; by John Bourne. (In 
8 new one-act plays of 1934, edited 
by John Bourne. London, Lovat 
Dickson, ltd. [1934]) © Sept. 24, 
1934; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936; D 40846; 
John Bourne, Ruislip, Middlesex, 
England. 829 

Blennerhasset. See Little Burr. 

Blessed are they — ; an Easter play in 
1 act, by Walter E. Butts, jr. Chi- 
cago [1936] 32 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
Feb. 13, 1936 ; 2 c. Feb. 17 ; D 40885 ; 
Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 830 

Blow me down ; or, The captain's kid, 
a piratical absurdity in 2 acts, book 
and lyrics by Donn P. Crane, music 
by Allan Benedict, full vocal score 
and libretto. Chicago,. 111. [1936] 
136 p. 4to. © Feb. 20, 1936; 2 c. 
Feb. 26 ; D 30035 ; H. T. FitzSimons 
co., Chicago. 831 



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832 



pt. i, v. 9 



Bolivar; piece en 3 actes, par J. 
Supervielle. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1936; 
D 40*372 ; Jules Supervielle, Paris. 

832 

Bonnie Annie. See Aldingbourne 
mimes. 

Boodles arrives. See Helen Hayes 
serial. 

Borrowed husband ; a play in 3 acts, by 
A. E. Zack. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1936; D 
40685 ; A. E. Zack, New York. 833 

Bound for Happiness ; script no. 1, a 
radio dramatic program, by O. E. 
Soule. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1986 ; D 40044 ; 
Olan Evart Soule, Chicago. 834 

Brass ; or, Annie Haggerty, a play in 2 
acts, by P. O'Mara. © 1 c. Jan. 
25, 1936; D 40787; Patrick O'Mara, 
Baltimore. 835 

Breath in the afternoon. See Garlic 
for lunch. 

Bridal chorus ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Roberta Winter. Director's manu- 
script. © 1 c. Dec. 21, 1935; D 
40895; Longmans, Green and co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on added matter] 830 



New York, 1935. 2 p, 1., 108 p. 

12 mo. ( [Longman's play series] ) 
The player's book. © Dec. 18, 1935 ; 
2 c. Dec. 21; D 40095; Longmans, 
Green and co., New York. 837 

Bridge of the gods ; a radio dramatiza- 
tion, by L. E. Caulkins, of Balch's 
novel by the same title. © 1 c. Feb. 
12, 1930; D 40802; Louise Estey 
Caulkins, Portland, Or. 838 

Broadway in revue ; modern blackouts, 
compiled by Norman H. Miller. New 
York, London [etc.] 1935. 4 p. 1., 
3-87 p. 12mo. Contents.— The in- 
somniac, by Charles Sherman. — Ivan 
Vosco, sanitary inspector is jailed, 
by Norman L. Zeno, jr. — The train- 
ing camp, by Norman L. Zeno, jr. — 
Opera, by Robert Lewis Shayon. — 
Trouble in paradise, by Albert G. Mil- 
ler. — Camera study, by Albert G. 
Miller. — Don't stop us if you've heard 
these, by Albert G. Miller. — Opera 
opens, by Norman L. Zeno, jr. — As 
the Byrd flies, by Norman L. Zeno, 
jr. — We want your business, by 
Charles Sherman. — The candy shop, 
by Robert Lewis Shayon. — Mrs. 
Clarke wins seat in Congress, by Nor- 
man L. Zeno, jr. © Oct. 30, 1935; 
2 c. and aff. Feb. 5, 1930; A 91608; 
Samuel French, New York. 839 



Brownstone house ; or, The adventures 
of Jane, Connie and Peggy, acts 1 
and 2, by Mac Davis [pseud, of M. 
Steinbach] © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1930; D 
40700; Mac Steinbach, New York. 

840 

Briicke (Die) ; schauspiel in 4 auf- 
ziigen, von Erwin Guido Kolbenheyer, 
edited with introduction, notes, ques- 
tions and vocabulary, by Kurt A. 
Sepmeier. New York, 1930. xxvi, 
100 p. front., ports. 12mo. © Jan. 
30, 1930; 2 c. Feb. 3; aff. Jan. 31; 
A 91583; Prentice-Hall, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
troduction, notes, questions, and vo- 
cabulary] 840* 

Brute force; a comedy in 2 acts, by 
Jacinto Benavente [i. e. Jacinto 
Benavente y Martinez] English ver- 
sion by John Garrett Underbill. New 
York, London [etc.] 1935. 55 p. 
diagrs. 12mo. ([French's standard 
library edition]) © Dec. 27, 1935; 
2 c. Feb. 3, 1930 ; D 40595 ; Samuel 
French, New York. 841 

Bury the dead ; a play in 1 act, by 
I. Shaw. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1980; D 
41028; Irwin Shaw, Brooklyn. 842 

Buttercups ; a 1-act play, by E. S. Wat- 
son, based on an unpublished Indian 
legend. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1936; D 
41112; Ella Stevens Watson, Hills- 
boro, Tex. 843 

Campiello (II) ; commedia in 5 atti, 
riduzione in 3 atti e adattamento di 
Mario Ghisalberti, per la musica di 
Er m a n n o Wolf -Ferrari. Milano, 
New York [etc.] 1935. 96 p. illus. 
12mo. Libretto. © Dec. 9, 1935; 
1 c. Feb. 14, 1936; D 40935; G. Ri- 
cordi & co., Milan. 844 

[testo di Mario Ghisalberti] [mu- 
sica] di Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari. 
[Milano, New York, etc.] 1930. 3 v. 
fol. Partitura d'orchestra con voci. 
Atti 1-3. © Feb. 7, 1930; 1 c. each 
Feb. 7 ; D 39022-39024 ; G. Ricordi & 
co., Milan. 845-847 

Captain Kidd; a libretto of a comic 
opera in 2 acts, with prologue, by 
J. Porter Bender. Text. © 1 c. Jan. 
28, 1930; D 41049; John Porter 
Bender, El Paso. 848 

Captain's (The) kid. See Blow me 
down. 

Castle (The) of Mr. Simpson; a farce- 
comedy in 1 act, by John Kirkpat- 
rick. New York, London [etc.] 



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no. 2, 1936 



871 



1935. 37 p. diagr. 12mo. © Dec. 
5, 1935 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1936 ; D 40605 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 849 

Castles for madame; a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by N. Cosentino. © 1 c. 
Feb. 21, 1936; D 40982; Nicholas 
Cosentino, New York. 850 

Catch as catch can ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Frederick Clarke [i. e. F. B. 
Clarke, jrj © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1936; 
D 40779; Frederick B. Clarke, jr.. 
New York. 851 

Caterina Sforza ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Sem Benelli, English version by J. 
Ernst. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1936; D 
40980 ; Jessie Ernst, New York. 852 

Cavalcade of Christmas; by Cedric 
Mount. [London] The Garamond 
press, ltd., 1935. 44 p. 8vo. (The 
Amateur theatre series of plays) © 
Dec. 18, 1935 ; 1 c. Dec. 23 ; D 40794 ; 
Cedric Mount, London. 853 

Ceiling zero ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Frank Wead. New York, London 
[etc.] Samuel French, inc., 1935. 
155 p. plates,, d i a g r. 12nio. 
([French's standard librarv edi- 
tion] ) © Nov. 20, 1935 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 
1936; D 40689; Frank Wead, Bev- 
erly Hills, Calif. 854 

Chauffeur (Der) der gnadigen f rau ; 
operetta in 3 akten, von Stefan 
Bekeffi, musik von Paul Gyongy, 
neue bearbeitung von Lothar Metzl. 
Text. © 1 c. Dec. 21, 1985 ; D 40869 ; 
Wiener operettenverlag, g. m. b. h., 
Vienna. 855 

Chitarra (La) rapita (The kidnaped 
guitar) : comedia in 1 atto. di G. 
Fulgione. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1936; D 
40S74 ; Gregorio Fulgione r Boston. 

856 

Cinderella by the dozen. See Head- 
liners for the campus. 

City hall ; a play in 3 acts, by R. B. 
Potts. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1936; D 41018; 
Ralph B. Potts, Seattle. 857 

Clear (A) voice singing; a play in 3 
acts, by J. N. Kilpatrick. © 1 c. 
Feb. 20, 1936; D 40945; James Nel- 
son Kilpatrick, Philadelphia. 858 

Cockeyed symphony ; bv John Kanalev. 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1936 ; D 40726 ; John 
James Kanalev, !New York. 859 

Coeur (Le) ; piece en 5 actes. par H. 
Bernstein. © 1 c. Feb. 17. 1936; D 
40971; Henry Bernstein, Paris. 860 



College time; program no. 1, by Ted 
Sills and Jean V. Grombach. © 1 c. 
Feb. 15 r 1936; D 40849; Jean V. 
Grombach, inc., New York. 861 

Comeback (The) ; scripts nos. 1, 2, by 
A. Hill. © 1 c. Nov. 7, 1935; D 
40906; Alice Hill, Chicago. 862 

Completion (The) of Bethlehem; a de- 
votional Christmas pageant, by Jo- 
seph Clarkson Mason. [19351 1 P- 
1., vi numb. 1., 1 1. diagr. 4to. © 
Sept. 1, 1935; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1936; D 
40887 ; Joseph Clarkson Mason, Hon- 
olulu. 803 

Confusion. See Dilemma. 

Conscience; a 1-act play, by A. Corio 
and E. Vincent Falso. © 1 c. Feb. 
3, 1936; D 40952; Angelo Corio and 
Ercole V. Falso, New York. 864 

Consider Lily; a fight for life in 2 
acts, by Stanley Kauffmann. © 1 c. 
Feb. 26, 1936; D 41045; Stanley 
Jules Kauffmann, New York. 865 

Crescendo; a play in 3 acts, by H. 
Donald Spatz [i. e. D. H. Spatz] © 

1 c. Feb. 11, 1936 ; D 41057 ; Donald 
Heber Spatz, Reading, Pa. 866 

Croisiere pour dames seules ; comedie 
en 3 actes, de G. Des Cars. © 1 c. 
Feb. 17, 1936; D 40969; Guy Des 
Cars, Paris. 867 

Crumbs and glory ; a play in 1 act with 
prologue and epilogue, bv A. Mar- 
golies. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1936 ; D 40683 ; 
Albert Margolies, New York. 868 

Cry (The) of the godless; a new play, 
by E. Weiser. Yiddish text. © 1 c. 
Feb. 12, 1936; D 40799'; Elias Wei- 
ser, Mount Vernon, N. Y. 869. 

Cunjer Joe; a 1-act play, by Nora 
Fortson Nixon. New York, London 
[etc., 1935] 3 p. l. r 17 p. diagrs. 
12mo. Contains music. (The Jun- 
ior league plays) © Dec. 13, 1935; 

2 c. Feb. 3, 1936; D 40623; Samuel 
French, New York. 870 

Daily (The) Beam; a melodrama in 

3 acts, by I. S. Cobb and H. W. 
Ferguson ; a dramatization of an 
Irvin S. Cobb story, appearing in 
the Saturday evening post. © 1 c. 
Nov. 26, 1935; D 40708; Irvin S. 
Cobb. Santa Monica, Calif., and Har- 
rison W. Ferguson, New York. 871 

Dance (The) See Short plays from 
American history and literature. 



55385— 3( 



43 



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872 



pt. i, v. 9 



Dancing through ; a play in 3 acts, by 
S. Greenfield. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1936; 
D 41050'; Samuel Greenfield, Long 
Island city, N. Y. 872 

Dating Lady Luck; a comedy in 3 
acts, bv Raymond L. Hill. New 
York, London [etc.] 1935. 141 p. 
diagr. 12mo. ( [French's standard 
library edition]) Copyright 1929 
under title, Lucky break; copyright 
1931 under title, Gambler's gold. © 
Oct. 14, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1936 ; D 
40585; Samuel French, New York. 

873 

David Copperfield ; a play in 3 acts, by 
John Ravold,. from the book by 
Charles Dickens. New York, Lon- 
don [etc.] 1935. 112 p. diagrs. 
12mo. © Dec. 16, 1935 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 
1936 ; D 40596 ; Samuel French, New 
York. 874 

Day is darkness; a play in 3 acts, by 
G. Fass. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1936; D 
40O76; George Fass, New York. 875 

Days of grace; a contemporary com- 
edy in 3 acts, by E. Gilbert. © 1 c. 
Feb. 8, 1936; D 40746; Edwin Gil- 
bert, New York. 876 

Days to come; a play in 3 acts, by 
I. W. Henderson. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 
1936; D 40561; Isadore W. Hender- 
son, New York. 877 

Dear So and So; a play in 3 acts by 
T. Liljencrantz and R. Housum ; a 
revised version of the play of the 
same title, by T. Liljencrantz. © 
1 c. Dec. 12, 1935 ; D 40237 ; Torvald 
Liljencrantz, Aptos, Calif., and Rob- 
ert Housum, Cleveland. 878 

Death Valley days; a series of radio 
sketches, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
Jan. 9, 1936. Stamp-collecting cow- 
boy. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1936; D 40760; 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 

879 



Jan. 16. 1936. Father Juni- 

pera Serra. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1936; 
D 40761; Pacific coast borax co., 
New York. 880 

Jan. 23, 1936. A matter of 



habit. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1936 ; D 40762 ; 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 

881 



Jan. 30, 1986. The trans- 
continental race. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1936; D 40763; Pacific coast borax 
co., New York. 882 



Decade ; a drama in a prologue and 3 
acts, by M. Hazard. © 1 c. Feb. 7. 
1936 ; D 40729 ; Marion Hazard, New 
Haven. 883 

Deep (The) six; a play in 3 acts, by 
W. Starbuck. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1936; 
D 41077; Wilson Starbuck, New 
York. 884 

Depot romance; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Mrs. Sherman Allen. New York, 
London [etc.] 1935. 17 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Oct. 4, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1936 ; D 40573 ; Samuel French, New 
York. 885 

Dernier (Le) jour de l'Academie de 
Lesbos. See Sappho. 

Desert isle; a play in 3 acts, by V. 
McDougal. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1936; D 
40791; Violet McDougal, New York. 

886 

Devil (The) of Pei-Ling ; an impossible 
mystery thriller in 3 acts, by H. 
Chenery, based on the novel by 
Herbert -Asbury. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 
1936; D 40822; Howard Chenery, 
Kalamazoo, Mich. 887 

Dilemma ; a play in 3 acts, by E. B. 
Kasold, new version of Confusion, by 
Joseph Derrick. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1936; D 41036; Edmund B. Kasold, 
Los Angeles. 888 

Diminishing returns. See House 
(The) that Jill built. 

Dine with me ; a sketch by Kate War- 
riner and Harry Brunswick Loeb. 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1936 ; D 40942 ; Abra- 
ham Mandelstam, New York. 889 

Dinny's driftwood ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by C. D. Gilpatric. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 
1936 ; D 41067 ; Carolyn Draper Gil- 
patric, Winchester, Mass. 890 

Dixies' Deacon Warren; a play in 4 
acts, by E. Busby. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 
1935; D 40697; Evie Busby, Laurel, 

Miss. 891 

Dizzie lines and lyrics of 1936; opus 
34, 35, by Elizabeth L. Mansfield. 
© 1 c. each Feb. 20, 1936 ; D 41107 ; 
Elizabeth Lulu Mansfield, Alameda, 
Calif. 892 

Dr. Brown. See Dr. Brown comes to 
town. 

Dr. Brown comes to town; a drama 
in 4 acts, by L. Bobbins, based on a 
play written in Yiddish by the same 
author, under title Dr. Brown. © 
1 c. Feb. 20, J 936; D 40951; Leo 
Bobbins, New York. 893 



44 



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no. 2, 1936 



914 



Dog eat dog; a play in 3 acts, by J. 
Rosen, M. Hay and C Sabin. © 1 
c. Jan. 7, 1936 ; D 40705 ; Joe Rosen, 
Mary Hay and Charles Sabin, Los 
Angeles. 894 

Dogs to the duchess ; or, A horse on 
you, bv Lawrence Robinson. © 1 c. 
Feb. 7, 1936: D 40743: Herbert O. 
Robinson, Brookline, Mass. 895 

Doings (The) of Dirty Dan Carbon; 
Nov. 4, 1935; by Robert G. White. 
© 1 c. Dec. 16, 1935 ; D 40909 ; Pure 
oil co., Chicago. 896 

Doktor Johannes Faust ; oper in 3 
anfzugen (fiinf bildern) text von 
Ludwig Andersen, nmsik von Her- 
mann Reutter. Mainz [1936] 80 p. 
P2mo. Textbuch. © Feb. 10, 1936; 
1 c. Feb. 26; D 41103; B. Schott's 
sohne, Mainz, Germany. 897 

Dolores. See Authentic stories of 
early California families. 

Dona Maria ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Charles Dillon. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1936; D 40947; Charles Edward Dil- 
lon, Chicago. 898 

Don't tell my wife ; a farce in 1 act, 
by Daniel B. Haber, taken from the 
short story from Collier's called, 
Don't tell my wife, by Richard Con- 
nell. New York, London [etc.] 

1935. 23 p. diagr. 12mo. © Dec. 
5, 1935 ;, 2 c. Feb. 3, 1986 ; D 40604 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 899 

Dormitory (The) dub; a comedy in 
1 act, by Pauline Phelps. Minnea- 
polis, Minn. [1935] 23 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Sept. 10, 1935; 2 c. Aug. 
30 ; D 40554 ; Northwestern press, 
Minneapolis. 900 

Dottor (II) Oss; fantasia lirica, 2 
atti in 3 quadri, di Antonio Lega, 
[musica di] Annibale Bizzelli, ridu- 
zione deH'autore per canto e piano- 
forte. Milano, New York [etc.] 

1936. 5 p. 1., 200 p. 4to. © Feb. 
14, 1936; 1 c. Feb. 14; D 39028'; 
G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 901 

Double-crossed ; a play in 5 acts, by 
A. B. Watson. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1936; 
D 40714; Amelia B. Watson, Chest- 
ertown, Md. 902 

Double dealing; a c inedy in 1 act, by 
W. W. Jacobs. London, New York 
[etc.] 1935. 22 p. diagr. 12mo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 46] ) 
© June IS, 1935; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1936; 
D 40662; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 903 



45 



Dreams ahead ; a play in 3 acts, by 
W. Vordenberg. © 1 c. Feb. 14,. 
1936; D 40820; Wesley Vordenberg,. 
Cincinnati. 904 

Drei husaren ; operette in 3 akten, von 
Paul Frank, Peter Herz und Julius 
Wilhelm, musik von Erwin Straus. 
Textbuch. © 1 c. Dec. 21, 1935; 
D 40870; Wiener operettenverlag, 
g. m. b. h., Vienna. 905 

Drums of the jungle; a play in 3 
acts, by J. P. Jones and W. A. 
Dreher. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1936; D 
41024; Walter A. Dreher and John 
Paul Jones, Kew Gardens, L. I., 
N. Y. 906 

Dust; by J. McMahill, jr. © 1 c. 
Feb. 13, 1936; D 40810; John Mc- 
Mahill, jr., Chicago. 90T 

Eastern hymn pantomimes ; edited by 
Verna Whinery. New York city, 
1936. 31 p. S'vo. Containing panto- 
mimic arrangements of favorite 
Easter hymns. Contains hymns by 
various composers. © Jan. 22, 
1936 ; 2 c. Feb. 6 ; D 40783 ; Tullar- 
Meredith co., New York. 90S 

Echoes of New York town ; episode 16. 
Transportation, by McCann-Erick- 
son, inc. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1936; D 
40757; McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. 909 

episode 17. The port of New York, 

by John Eugene Hasty. © 1 c. Feb. 
8, 19&6; D 40758; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New l T ork. 910 

episode 18. Wall Street, by Fair- 
fax Downey. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1936 ; D 
40759; McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. 911 

Ecole ( L' ) des maris ; opera-comique 
en 3 actes, d'apres Moliere, poeme de 
Jacques Laurent, musique de Em- 
manuel Bondeville, partition chant et 
piano. Paris [1935] 4 p. 1., 269 p. 
fol. Illustrated cover. © Dec. 31, 
1935; 1 c. Feb. 26, 1936; D 39037; 
Choudens, Paris. 912 

Eddie meets the family ; an intimate 
comedv in 1 act, by Wall Spence. 
New York. London [etc.] 1936. 3 p. 
1., 59 p. diagr. 12mo. © Jan. 17, 
1936 ; 2 c. Feb. 3 ; D 40G14 ; Samuel 
French, New York. 913 

Elizabeth (Lo femme sans liomme) ; 
piece en 2 parties, par A. Josset. © 
1 c. Feb. 17, 1936; D 40966; Andre 
Josset, Paris. 914 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



915 



pt. i, v. 



Eternal (The) chain; a play in a pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by A. E. Filler. © 
1 c. Feb. 7, 1936; D 4Q750; Agnes 
Emberson Filler, Riverside, Calif. 

915 

Ethan Allen ; an operetta in 3 acts, 
book and lyrics by E. Stanwood, 
music by Jan Sadlo. Text. © 1 c. 
Jan. 30, 1936 ; D 40565 ; Evans Stan- 
wood, North Bennington, Vt. 916 

Eunuch (The) : a drama in 1 act, by 
Bill Lang [i. e. L. W. Lang] © 1 c. 
Feb. 10, 1936 ; D 40772 ; Leslie Wil- 
liam Lang. Laguna Beach, Calif. 

917 

Exile; a reflection, by R. Madden. © 
1 c. Feb. 7, 1986; D 40728; Richard 
Madden, New York. 918 

Extra ; by W. C. Miner. © 1 c. Feb. 

20, 1936; D 40946; Worthington C. 

* Miner, New York. 919 

Eye-opener (The) no. 2; a comedy 
drama in 3 acts, by M. E. Rogers. 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1936 ; D 40745 ; Mamie 
Ethel Rogers, Stigler, Okla. 920 

Fait (Le) dn prince; comedie kistori- 
que en 1 acte et en prose [par] 
Georges G.-Toudouze. (In La Petite 
illustration, no. 750) © Nov. 30, 
1935; 1 c. Feb. 17, 1936; D 40986; 
Georges Gustave-Toudouze, Paris. 

921 

Faith of a nation ; a romance of the 
Constitution, 1787 - 1815, complete 
screen play and dialogue, by L. R. 
Hayward. Rev. version. © 1 c. Feb. 
28, 1936; D 41116; Louise Russell 
Hayward, Washington. [Copyright 
is claimed on additional scenes, in- 
serts, and increased dialogue] 922 

Family (The) doctor; a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by Priscilla Wayne [pseud, 
of Besse Toulouse Sprague] and 
Wayne Sprague. First revised edi- 
tion. Minneapolis, Minn., 1936. 87 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Jan. 18, 1936 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 21; D 40768; Northwestern 
press. Minneapolis. [Copyright is 
claimed on dialogue rewritten] 923 

Family jars; a 1-act comedy, by Mary 
E. Roberts. New York. London 
[etc.] 1935. 22 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Oct. 2, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1936; 
D 40577 ; Samuel French, New York. 

924 

Fare enough. See First nighter. 

Farewell tour ; a 1-act play, by A. Darl- 
ington. © 1 c. Feb. 19. 1936; D 
40920 ; Anne Darlington, Washington. 

925 



Father Junipera Serra. See Death 
Valley days. 

Father spills the beans; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Stanley Kauffmann. Boston, 
Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. [1936] 
71 p. diagr. 12mo. © Feb. 3, 1936 ; 
2 c. Feb. 24; D 40996; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 926 

Felipe. See Authentic stories of early 
California families. 

Ferame (La) en fleur; piece en 3 actes, 
de D. Amiel. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1936; 
D 40933 ; Denys Amiel, Paris. 927 

Femme (La) sans homme. See Eliza- 
beth. 

Fighting (The) parson; script no. 1, a 
radio dramatic program, by Olai: 
Evart Soule. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1936; 
D 41064 ; Elmer J. Rollings, Detroit. 

928 

Fils (Les) de Cham; comedie dramati- 
que en 2 actes, de Charles et Odet 
Denys. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1936; D 
41011; Charles Denys and Odet 
Denys, Paris. 929 

First nighter ; a radio broadcast. Jan. 
31, 1936. Three who loved, by An- 
thony Wayne. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1936; 
D 40563 ; Campana sales co., Batavia, 
111. 930 



Feb. 7, 1936. The man who 

looked like Lincoln, by .Forrest 
Barnes. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1936; D 
40873 ; Campana sales co., Batavia, 
111. • 931 

Feb. 14, 1936. Fare enough, 



by Richard Fechheimer. © 1 c. 
Feb. 27, 1936; D 41080; Campana 
sales co., Batavia, 111. 932 

Feb. 21, 1936. Mystery 



cruise, by Carolyn Clarke. © 1 c. 
Feb. 27, 1936; D 41081; Campana 
sales co., Batavia, III. 933 

Fontaines (Les) lumineuses ; comedie 
en 3 actes, de G. Berr and Louis 
Verneuil [pseud, of L. C. Du Boccage] 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1936; D 40956; 
Georges Berr, Paris, and Louis Col- 
lin Du Boccage, Boulogne-sur-Seine, 
France. 934 

Forever alter tonight ; by A. Leiher. 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1936 ; D 41037 ; Allen 
Leiber, Chicago. 935 

Forever credulous ; a drama in 1 act, 
bv David O. Woodbury. Boston, 
Mass., Los Angeles, Calif. [1936] 3 
p. 1., [3]-44 p. 12mo. ([Baker's 
royalty plays] ) © Feb. IS, 1936 ; 2 
c. Feb. 24; D 40994; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 936 



46 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 2, 1936 



960 



xy Grandma ; a 3-act comedy-drama, 
)y Adela Torrey. New York, London 



Forget to remember; a comedy in 3 
acts, by A. Henry and H. Peavey. © 
1 c. Feb. 7, 1936; D 40731; Austin 
Henry and Harris Peavey, Maple- 
wood, N. J. 937 

Formerly yours; a play in 2 acts, by 
G. Rosener and Karen Holm. © 1 c. 
Feb. 28, 1936 ; D 41115 ; George Kose- 
ner, Stony Brook, L. I., N. Y. 938 

Forty lauijbs to Newville ; a comedy in 
•2 acts, by J. R. Lebo. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1986; D 40780; Joseph R. Lebo, New 
York. 939 

Four sinners in three spasms ; a musical 
skit, text and music by Francis May- 
hew. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1936 ; D 39038 ; 
Francis A. Mayhew, Detroit. 940 

Fox- 
by 

[etc.] 1935. 98 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
Oct. 29, 1935; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1936; D 
40(527 ; Samuel French, New York. 

941 

From P.W.A. to D.O.U.G.H. ; by John 
Bowden. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1936; D 
40042 ; John Bowden, Revere, Mass. 

942 

From Sboat Gap to Harvard ; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by W. A. Stigler. Memphis, 
Tenn. [1935] 46 p. illus. 12mo. © 
Dec. 20, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1936; D 
40793; National drama CO., Memphis, 
Tenn. 943 

Full (The) moon; a mystery play in 
1 act, by Wall Spence. New York, 
London [etc.] 1935. 28 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Sept. 30, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1936 : D 40578 ; Samuel French, New 
York. 944 

Gambler's gold. See Dating Lady 
Luck. 

Gang busters; a radio broadcast pro- 
gram, by Benton & Bowles, inc. Jan. 
15. 22, 29, 1936. © 1 c. each Feb. 6, 
1936; D 40711-40713; Benton & 
Bowles, inc., New York. 945-947 

Feb. 5, 1936. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 

1936; D 40825; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 948 

Feb. 12, 1936. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 

1936; D 40877; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 949 

Feb. 19, 1936. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 

1936; D 41023; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 950 



Garden (The) of the gods ; a drama in 
3 acts, by E. Kowalewski. © 1 c. 
Feb. 18, 1936; D 40892; Edmond 
Kowalewski, Philadelphia. 951 



Gareth and Lynette. Sec Plays for 
club, school and camp, for boys an. I 
girls from 8 to 14. 

Garlic for lunch ; or, Breath in the 
afternoon, by J. E. Hasty. © 1 c. 
Feb. 18, 1936 ; D 40S98 ; John Eugene 
Hasty, Larchmont, N. Y. 952 

Gentle (The) bush ; a play in 4 acts, by 
L. Stephens. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936; 
D 40566 ; Lisette Stepbens, Monrovia, 
Calif. 95:} 



George Sand : the search for love. 
Impossible George. 



See 



Germaine ; a play in 3 acts, by P. 
Greene. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1936; D 
40931 ; Patterson Greene, Los 
Angeles. 954 

Get up and walk ; a play in 3 acts, oy 
H. M. Thayer. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1936 ; 
D 40747; Harriet Maxon Thayer, 

Milwaukee. 955 

Ghosts of Kalamazoo. See Plays for 
club, school and camp, for boys and 
girls from 8 to 14. 

Giant's (The) garden; an operetta lor 
children, book and lyrics by Mary 
Hale Woolsey, music by Noal Sel- 
don [pseud, of Seldon N. Heaps] 
Franklin, O., Denver, Col. [1935] 32 
p. 4to. © Sept. 18, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 

13, 1936; D 39030; Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 

956 

Gift of loyal women ; a pageant, by J. 

B. Womack. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1935; 
D 40710; Julia Brown Womack', 
Elkins, W. Va. 957 

Giulio Cesare; drainma musicale in 3 
atti e 7 quadri da Shakespeare, 
libera traduzione e riduzione di G. 
Francesco Malipiero. Milano, New 
York [etc.] 1935. 51 p. illus. 12mo. 
Libretto. © Oct. 23, 1935 ; 1 c. Feb, 

14, 1936 ; D 40936 ; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 958 

Gleams of sunshine ; a Children's day 
pageant-service for the church 
school [by Edith S. Tillotson] music 
by Geo. F. Rosche and other popular 
composers. Chicago, 1936. cover- 
title, 16 p. 8vo. © Jan. 8, 1936 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 27; D 39027; Geo. F. Rosche & 
co., Chicago. 959 

Gloria Dale; continuity no. SO, by II. 

C. Cavanor. © 1 c. Jan. 20. 193G ; 
D 40834 ; Hayle C. Cavanor, Minne- 
apolis. 9C0 



47 



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961 



pt. I, v. 



Glorius; a comedy in 3 acts, trans- 
lated and adapted by Barre Dunbar 
[pseud, of W. L. Dunbar] from the 
original Glorius der wunderkomoe- 
diant, by Wilhelm Werner and Max 
Brod. New version. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1936 ; D 40929 ; William Lewis Dun- 
bar, New York. 961 

Glorius der wunderkomoediant. See 
Glorius. 

Good-bye, my lovers, good-bye! a new 
comedy in 3 acts, by L. G. Lippman. 
§lc. Feb. 26, 1936 ; D 41043 ; Louis 
G. Lippman, Yonkers, N. Y. 962 

Grand (The) ball; script no. 1, by D. 
S. Drubeck. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1936; 
D 40682; David S. Drubeck, Chicago. 

963 

Grand hotel ; Feb. 2, 1936. One strange 
night, a radio broadcast, by Arch 
Oboler. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1936; D 
40564; Campana sales co., Batavia, 
111. 964 

Feb. 9, 1936. Little white lies, a 

radio broadcast, by Anthony Wayne. 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1936 ; D 40872 ; Cam- 
pana sales co., Batavia, 111. 965 

Feb. 16, 1936. Six months to live, 

a radio broadcast, by Addison Sim- 
mons. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1986 ; D 41082 ; 
Campana sales co., Batavia, 111. 

966 

Grand (Le) poucet; conte en 2 parties, 
de C. A. Puget. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1936 ; 
D 40055 ; Claude Andre Puget, Paris. 

967 

Grandpa's elopement; a farce comedy 
in 3 acts, by J. E. Wakefield. © 1 c. 
Feb. 20', 1936 ; D 40944 ; John Edwin 
Wakefield, Newtonville, Mass. 968 

Gray (The) zone; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. Mooney. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936; 
D 40864 ; Laura D. Wilck and Martin 
Mooney, New York. 969 

Greatest (The) of these; a play in 3 
acts, by A. E. Billings, jr. © 1 c. 
Jan. 6, 1936 ; D 40852 ; Andrew Ells- 
worth Billings, jr., New York. 970 

Green dragon. See Short plays from 
American history and literature. 

Green (The) ghost; a mystery comedy 
in 3 acts, by James Reach. New 
York, London [etc.] 1935. 86 p. 
diagr. 12 mo. © Oct. 7, 1935; 2 c. 
Jan. 31, 1936; D 40567; Samuel 
French, New York. 971 

Green (The) Hornet; by Francis 
Striker, nos. A-3, A-4. © 1 c. each 
Feb. 14, 1936; D 40817, 40818; 



Kunsky-Trendle broadcasting corp. 

972, 973 

nos. A-5, A-6. © 1 c. each 

Feb. 19, 1936; D 40924, 40925; 
Kunsky-Trendle broadcasting corp., 
Detroit. 974, 975 

nos. A-7, A-8. © 1 c. each 

Feb. 26, 1936; D 41073, 41074; 
Kunsky-Trendle broadcasting corp., 
Detroit. 976, 977 

See also Adventures of the 

Hornet. 

Grosse (Das) kaufhaus ; schauspiel in 
3 akten und zehn bildern, von Ernst 
Andai, deutsch von Lola Plesz. © 
1 c. Feb. 7, 1936; D 41038; Franz 
Bard & sohn, Budapest, Hungary. 

978 

Giitige (Der) Antonius ; grosse oper- 
ette in 3 akten (15 bildern) von A. 
Fencl u. Georg Balda, musik von 
Jara Benes, deutscher text : Beda 
[pseud. of Fritz Lohner-Beda] 
Wien, 1936. 2 p. 1., 3-118 p. 12 mo. 
Text. © Jan. 20, 1936 ; 1 c. Feb. 13 ; 
D 40855; Wiener operettenverlag, 
g. m. b. h., Vienna. 979 

operette in 3 akten, von A. Fencl 

und Georg Balda, gesangstexte von 
Spilar und Mirovsky, musik von 
Jara BeneS, deutscher text [von] 
Beda [pseud, of Fritz Lohner-Beda] 
[Wien] 1935. 3-92 p. fol. © Dec. 
28. 1985 ; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1936 ; D 39029 ; 
Wiener operettenverlag, g. m. b. h., 
Vienna. 980 

Gustav Kilian, manufakturen en gros 
u. en detail, gegriindet 1821, Obere 
Gasse no. 19 ; ein altmodisches stiick 
in 5 bildern, von Harald Bratt. © 
1 c. Feb. 26, 1936; D 41110; Georg 
Marton, Vienna. 981 

Hallowe'en and Thanksgiving, the 
harvest festivals ; by Nina B. Lam- 
kin. New York, London [1935] 119 
p. 12 mo. Contents. — Hallowe'en. — 
Quotations for Hallowe'en. — Invita- 
tions to Hallowe'en frolics. — A Hal- 
lowe'en frolic. — A Hallowe'en party 
and dance. — A Hallowe'en party at 
school or at home. — The ghosts' con- 
vention, by Edna Keith Florence. — 
Cider and doughnuts, by Edna Keith 
Florence. — Rhythmic drills for Hal- 
lowe'en : The owls in the woods. — 
The witches ride. — Hallowe'en — ori- 
gins — superstitions — a bibliogra- 
phy. — Hallowe'en stories. — Plays for 
Hallowe'en. — Poems for Hallowe'en 
and Thanksgiving: Autumn in the 
country, by Marian Lamkin — The 



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1000 



witch, anonymous. — October, by Al- 
fred, Lord Tennyson. — Autumm days, 
by Charles Dickens.— Part of an 
ancient Druid chorus. — The landing 
of the Pilgrim fathers, by Felicia 
Hemans. — Poems for Hallowe'en and 
Thanksgiving, a bibliography. — 
Thanksgiving — a brief history of the 
day. — Quotations for Thanksgiving. — 
Programs for Thanksgiving. — Bibli- 
ographies. © Sept. 6. 1935; 2 c. and 
aff. Feb. 5, 1936; A 91607; Samuel 
French, New York. 982 

Hand puppets; a practical manual for 
teachers and children, by Marion W. 
Flexner, Alice Cane, Dorothy Park 
Clark. New York, London [etc.] 
[1935] 83 p. plates. 12mo. Dra- 
matic contents ; In Sherwood forest, 
based on popular legends of Robin 
Hood. © Nov. 11, 1935; 2 c. and aff. 
Feb. 5, 1936; A 91610; Samuel 
French, New York. 982* 

Happiness (The) pair; a comedy in 3 
acts, by O. Shatter. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 
1936; D 40721; Otto Shatter, New 
York. 983 

Hat (The) trick; by Neil Grant. (In 
8 new one-act plays of 1934, edited 
bv John Bourne. London, Lovat 
Dickson, ltd. ri934]) © Sept. 24, 
1934; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936; D 40845; 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 984 

He ain't done right by Nell; an old- 
fashioned melodrama in 1 act, by 
Wilbur Braun. New York, London 
[etc.] 1935. 43 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Oct. 1, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1936; 
D 40571 ; Samuel French, New York. 

985 

He that hops; a play for young chil- 
dren, by R. E. Mitchell. London, 
New York [etc.] 1935. 20 p. 12mo. 
([French's plays for children, no. 
37]) © Sept. 2, 1935; 1 c. Feb. 3, 
1936 ; D 40657 ; Samuel French, ltd., 
London. 986 

Headliners for the campus ; six 1-act 
plays, by Katharine Kester. New 
York, London [etc] 1935. 113 p. 
diagrs. 12mo. Contents. — What the 
well-dressed king will wear. — I give 
and bequeath. — Spot crash. — Cinder- 
ella by the dozen. — The princess 
dreams. — The last class. © Sept. 30, 
1935; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1936; D 40580; 
Samuel French, New York. 987 

Heard, but not wanted; by J. Mc- 
Mahill, jr. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1986; D 
40684; John McMahill, jr., Chicago. 

98S 



Heidi ; a dramatization in 4 scenes, by 
L. Miller, of Johanna Spyri's book, 
Heidi. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1936 ; D 40953 ; 
Lucille Miller, Hammond, Ind. 989 

Heir scheme; [by Kenneth B. Back- 
man] 1936. 9 numb. 1. 4 to. © 
Jan. 31, 1936; 2 c. Feb. 4; D 40687; 
Boston better business bureau, inc., 
Boston. 990 

Helen Hayes serial ; an original radio 
script, by Edith Meiser. no. 18. The 
new Penny. Boodles arrives. © 1 c. 
Feb. 24, 1930; D 41019; McKnight 
and Jordan, inc., New York. 991 

no. 19. The new Penny. 



Penny meets John in the Minuet. © 
1 c. Feb. 24, 1936; D 41020; Mc- 
Knight and Jordan, inc., New York. 

992 

— no. 20. The new Penny. The 

kidnapping of Penny. © 1 c. Feb. 
24, 1936; D 41021; McKnight and 
Jordan, inc., New York. 993 

no. 21. The new Penny. 

The belligerents. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1936; D 41022; McKnight and Jor- 
dan, inc., New York. 994 

Her week end ; a play in 3 acts, by A. 
Van Ronkel and A. Nichols. © 1 c. 
Jan. 29, 1936; D 40832; Alford Van 
Ronkel and Anne Nichols, New York. 

995 

Hexenmeister ; komodie in 3 aufziigen, 
von Felix Helmer [pseud.] © 1 c. 
Feb. 6, 1936 ; D 40784 ; Theaterverlag 
Otto Eirich, g. m. b. h., Vienna. 996 

Hey ! yellowbacks ; a play in 3 acts, by 
L. B. Milner. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1936; 
D 40803; Lucille B. Milner, New 
Rochelle, N. Y. 997 

His first shave ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Pauline Phelps. Minneapolis, Minn. 
[1935] 28 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
Sept. 10, 1935 ; 2 c. Aug. 30, D 40555 ; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

998 

by Ronald Else. New York, 

London [etc.] 1935. 19 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Oct. 4, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1936; D 40574; Samuel French, New 
York. 999 

Home (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Herbert Hart [pseud, of H. H. Hut- 
ner] © 1 c. Feb. 29, 1936; D 41122; 
Herbert Hart Hutner, New York. 

1000 

Home folks. Sec Little Orphan Annie. 



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pt. i, v. 9 



Home sweet home; chapters 176-205, 
by Archie Coates. © 1 c. each Feb. 
7, 1936 ; D 40767 ; Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 1001 

Horse (A) on you. See Dogs to the 
duchess. 

Hot chocolate! a farce comedy in 3 
acts, by Charles George. Boston, 
Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. [1936] 136 
p. diagr. 12mo. ( [Baker's royalty 
plays] ) © Jan. 30, 1936 ; 2 c. Feb. 
24; D 40997; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 1002 

Hot headlines ; a melodrama in 1 act, 
by Bertram Hobbs. New York, Lon- 
don [etc.] 1935. 26 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Oct. 2, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1936 ; D 40584 ; Samuel French, New 
York. 1003 

Hotel des masques ; piece en 4 parties, 
par A. Jean. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1936; 
D 40968; Albert Jean, Paris. 1004 

House (The) of fear. See Last (The) 
warning. 

House (The) that Jill built; or, Di- 
minishing returns, 6 vignettes in 
possessiveness, by G. Somnes. © 1 c. 
Feb. 26, 1936; D 41047; George 
Somnes, New York. 1005 

Hsi Hsiang chi. See Romance (The) 
of the western chamber. 

I found myself; by L. Goldberg. © 
1 c. Feb. 28, 1936; D 41114; Louis 
Goldberg, New York. 1006 

I give and bequeath. See Headliners 
for the campus. 

I'm a murderess ; a play by W. W. 
Whalen. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1936; D 
40940; Will W. Whalen, Orrtanna, 
Pa. 1007 

I take care of my friends ; a comedy in 

3 acts, by L. E. Shecter. © 1 c. Feb. 
4, 1936; D 40823; Louis E. Shecter, 
Baltimore. 1008 

Idle (The) inn; a play in 4 acts, by 
Peretz Hirschbein, translated and 
adapted from the Yiddish by J. Char- 
ash. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1936 ; D 41069 ; 
Jack Charash, New York. 1009 

Idler (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by E. 

Alex. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1936 ; D 40730 ; 

Elmer Alex, Wallingford, Conn. 

1010 
If. See Program X. 

Impero (L') del mondo ; cinesonoro in 

4 atti, di E. Salani e Vitaliano 
Passardi. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1986; D 
40865; Ettore Salani, Rome. 1011 



Impossible George ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Marie Jenney Howe and R. Young, 
based on George Sand: the search 
for love, by Marie Jenney Howe. © 
1 d Dec. 13, 1935; D 41059; Rose 
Young, New York. 1012 

In Joseph's garden; a biblical Easter 
pageant,. book and lyrics by Dorothy 
Lehman Sumerau, music by I. H. 
Meredith. New York city, 1936. 
16 p. 8vo. © Jan. 15, 1936; 2 c. 
Feb, 6; D 39020; Tullar-Meredith co., 
New York. 1013 

In memoriam ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Byron E. Conklin. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1936 ; D 41070 ; Byron Edward Conk- 
lin, East Orange, N. J. 1014 

In quest of delight ; a play in 3 acts, 
by B. M. Berg. Rev. version. © 
1 c. Feb. 12, 1936 ; D 40808 ; Bert M. 
Berg, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on revised version with plans 
of stage-business, costumes and 
movements] 1015 

In Sherwood forest. See Hand 
puppets. 

In the beginning; an historical drama 
in 3 acts, by S. Teiser, which depicts, 
through incidents in the life of Alex- 
ander Hamilton, the fight for the 
American Constitution and for the 
establishment of constitutional gov- 
ernment in America. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 
1936 ; D 40805 ; Sidney Teiser, Port- 
land, Or. 1016 

Inconnue (L') d' Arras ; piece en 3 
actes, par A. Salacrou. © 1 c. Feb. 
17, 1936 ; D 40967 ; Armand Salacrou, 
Paris. 1017 

Indiana ; piece en 2 actes, de C. Mere, 
d'apres le roman de George Sand 
[pseud.] musique de scene de Fre- 
deric Chopin, adaptation et orches- 
tration de Henri Hirchmann. Text. 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1936; D 40964; 
Charles Mere, Paris. 1018 

Interview; a drama in 1 act, by E. K. 
Lockwood. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936; D 
41052 ; Ethel Keifer Lockwood, Santa 
Ana, Calif. 1019 

Into Thy kingdom ; an Easter play in 1 
act, by Dorothy Clarke Wilson. 
Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, Calif. 
[Walter H. Baker company] 1936. 
32 p. 12mo. (Baker's religious 
plays and pageants) © Feb. 8, 
1936; 2 c. Feb. 24; D 40992; Dor- 
othy Clarke Wilson, Portland, Me. 

1020 



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1034 



It happens every day ; a play in 1 act, 
by Rebecca Rand [pseud, of H. 
Kappes] © 1 c. Feb. 29, 1936; D 
41118; Hope Kappes, New York. 

1021 

It's all imagination ; a play in 3 acts, 
with prologue, by E. Arbib-Hauser. 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1936; D 41106; Er- 
minie Arbib - Hauser, Hollywood, 
Calif. 1022 

It's great to be young; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Marie Doran. New York, 
London [etc.] 1936. 86 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Jan. 7, 1936 ; 2 c. Feb. 3 ; 
D 40625 ; Samuel French, New York. 

1023 

It's human nature ; a comedy in 3 acts r 
by Madeline Blackmore and Mildred 
Katharine Smith. New York, Lon- 
don [etc.] 1935. 93 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Dec. 4, 1935; 2 c. Feb. 3, 
1936 ; D 40621 ; Samuel French, New 
York. 1024 

Jackie, the son of a hard-boiled cop ; 
by A. C. Rich, radio version by F. 
Rich. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1936 ; D 41017 ; 
Arthur C. Rich and Faye Rich, Wil- 
mar, Calif. 1025 

Jean Bart ; drame en 5 actes, par E. 
Haraucourt. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1936; 
D 41012 ; Edmond Haraucourt. 
Paris. 1026 

Jean r Ellen and Wisteria ; script no. 
1, by Aleen Wetstein and Stephanie 
Diamond. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1936; D 
40871 ; Stephanie Louise Diamond, 
Pittsburgh. 1027 

Jefferson Davis ; a play in 3 acts, by 
J. McGee. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1936; D 
40829; John McGee, Washington. 

1028 

Jephthah's daughter ; a biblical play 
in 5 scenes, by H. J. Margolis. © 
1 c. Feb. 1, 1936 ; D 40833 ; Harry J. 
Margolis, Newark, N. J. [Copyright 
is claimed on revision and added 
parts] 1029 

Jea livin ; episode 1, a radio dramatic 
composition, by G. K. Flavin. © 
1 c. Feb. 24. 1936; D 41003; Gene- 
vieve Kinkaid Flavin, Chicago. 1030 

Joseph and his brethren. See Old 
testament dramas. 

Joseph seeks bondage ; a play in 7 
scenes, with a prologue and epilogue, 
by J. M. Wilkoff. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1936 : D 40939; John Moses Wilkoff, 
Pittsburgh. 1031 



Joyful Eastertide; an Easter pag- 
eant-service for the church school 
[by Edith S. Tillotson] music by 
Geo. F. Rosche and other popular 
composers. Chicago, 1936. cover- 
title, 16 p. Svo. © Jan. 8, 1986; 
2 c. Jan. 27; D 39026; Geo. F. 
Rosche & co., Chicago. 1032 

Judgment (The) of posterity; a com- 
edy in 1 act, by Antonio Sotillo and 
Andres Micho, translated from the 
Spanish by John Garrett Underbill. 
New York, London [etc.] 1936. 30 
p. diagr. 12mo. © Jan. 17 r 1936; 
2 c. Feb. 3 ; D 40592 ; Samuel French. 
New York. 1033 

Julius Caesar. See Giulio Cesare. 

Junior ; a comedy in 1 act, by Eugenia 
White. Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, 
Cal. [1936] 21 p. diagr. 12mo. 
( [Baker's junior high school se- 
ries]) © Jan. 31, 1936; 2 c. Feb. 
24; D 40999; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 1034 

Junior play-readings ; selected and ed- 
ited by Louise M. Frankenstein. 
New York, London [etc.] 1935. ix, 
141 p. 12mo. Contents. — Readings 
from literary and historical plays: 
Little women, by Marian de For- 
est. — Jeanne d'Arc, by Emma G. 
Sterne. — The tempest — Ariel, by 
William Shakespeare. — Master Sky- 
lark, by Edgar W. Burrill. — Pino- 
cchio, by Adams T. Rice. — Snickerty 
Nick, by Julia E. Ford.— The Ad- 
miral Christopher, by Olive M. 
Price. — K i n g John, by William 
Shakespeare. — Heidi, by Ethel H. 
Freeman. — Uncle Tom's cabin, by 
George L. Aiken.— Rebecca of Sun- 
nybrook farm, by Kate D. Wiggin 
and Charlotte Thompson. — Tom 
Sawyer, by Paul Kester. — Pen rod,, 
by Edward E. Rose. — Treasure is- 
land, by Jules E. Goodman. — The 
shepherdess and the sweep, by Mar- 
jorie Seligman. — The wizard of Oz, 
by Elizabeth F. Goodspeed. — Alice in 
Wonderland — Alice and Humpty, by 
Eva Le Gallienne and Florida Frie- 
bus. — The reluctant dragon, by 
Emma G. Sterne. — Peter Pan, by 
James M. Barrie. — Seventeen, by H. 
Stange, S. Mears and S. Walker. — 
Readings from modern authors : The 
cross-stitch heart, by Rachel Field. — 
The steadfast princess, by Cornelia 
Meigs. — Katjeifs garden, by Katha- 
rine Lord. — Fernseed in the shoe, by 
Ethel Van der Veer. — Theories and 
thumbs, by Rachel Field. — The poor 
little rich girl, by Eleanor Gates. — 



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pt. i, v. 9 



Junior play-readings — Continued. 
Editha's burglar, by Augustus Thom- 
as. — Girls in uniform, by Christa 
Winsloe. — Summer holiday, by Harry 
G. Grover. — Pink and patches, by 
Margaret Bland. — What an act, by 
Anne C. Martens. — An unprepared 
test, by Dorothy C. Allan.— Star 
dust, by Alice Gerstenberg. — Yours 
truly Willie, by Kathryn Wayne. — 
I'm terribly sorry, by Perry B. Cor- 
neau. — Gabriel and the hour book, 
by Ethel Van der Veer and Franklyn 
Bigelow. — Merry Tyll, by Moritz 
Jagendorf. — A dog named Pal, by 
Ethel Van der Veer.— The first le- 
gion, by Emmet Lavery. — So long, by 
Leopold Atlas. — Rainbow path, by 
Susanna Myers. — Sauce for the gos- 
lings, by Elgine Warren. — The prin- 
cess and the players, by Barbara 
Watts. — Jobyna steps out, by Marie 
Baumer. — Finished, by Katharine 
Clugston. — Tim, the chimney sweep, 
by Mildred Maxey. — Growing pains, 
by Aurania Rouverol. © Oct. 15, 
1985; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 5, 1986; A 
91603; Samuel French, New York. 

1034* 

Kenilworth. See Amy Robsart of Lyd- 
cote Hall. 

Kidnapped (The) guitar. See Chi- 
•tarra (La) rapita. 

Kidnapping (The) of Penny. See 
Helen Hayes serial. 

Kind lady; by Edward Chodorov, 
adapted from a story by Hugh Wal- 
pole. New York, London, 1936. 5 
p. 1., 3-135 p. front., diagrs. 12mo. 
© Jan. 15, 1936; 2 c. Feb. 3; D 
40609 1 ; Samuel French, New York. 

1035 

King till twelve o'clock ; a comedy in 1 
act for all who feel young, by Robin 
Stark. London, New York [etc.] 
1935. 31 p. illus. 8vo. ( [French's 
plays for juvenile performers, no. 
28]) © Apr. 26, 1935; 1 c. Feb. 3, 
1936; D 40669; Samuel French, ltd., 
London. 1036 

Kingdom (The) of God; a missionary 
play in 1 act, by Frances Dyer Eck- 
ardt. Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, 
Cal. [1936] 26 p. 12mo. © Feb. 
19, 1936; 2 c. Feb. 24; D 40993; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 1037 

Kollar es tarsa ; zenes vigjatek 5 kep- 
ben, irta Lakatos Laszlo [i. e. Laszlo 
Lakatos] Text. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1936 ; 
D 41039 ; Franz Bard & sohn, Buda- 
pest, Hungary. 1038 



Laburnum Grove; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by J. B. Priestley. London, New 
York [etc.] Samuel French, ltd., 
1935. 79 p. plate, diagr. 8vo. 
([French's acting edition, no. 955]) 
© Oct. 21, 3935; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1936; 
D 40666; J. B. Priestley, London. 

1039 

Lady Bug; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Frances Nordstrom. New York, 
London [etc.] 1935. 79 p. diagr. 
12mo. ([French's standard library 
edition] ) © Nov. 13, 1935 ; 2 c. Feb. 
3, 1936; D 40610; Samuel French, 
New York. 1040 

Lady of letters ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Turner Bullock. New York, Lon- 
don [1935] 121 p. diagr. 12mo. 
( [French's standard library edi- 
tion]) Copyright 1984 under title, 
No mind of her own. © Sept. 28, 
1935; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1986; D 40589; 
Samuel French, New York. 1041 

Lamb (A) among wolves; entertain- 
ment in 2 acts, by Anne Archer Tur- 
ner. Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. 
[1936] 23 p. 12mo. ([Baker's 
specialties] ) © Jan. 30, 1936 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 24 ; D 40998 ; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 1042 

Lantern (The) of the moon; a play 
for children, by Pauline Bradley 
Perrigard. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1986; D 
40637; Pauline Ayer Bradley Perri- 
gard, Westmount, Quebec, Canada. 

1043 

Last (The) class. See Headliners for 
the campus. 

Last (The) days of Jerusalem. See 
Bar Kochba. 

Last (The) of the Higginses; a 3-act 
drama, by Charles and Frances 
Moran. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1936; D 
41006; Charles Moran and Frances 
Moran, St. Louis. 1044 

Last (The) warning; a melodrama in 
3 acts, by Thomas F. Fallon, based 
on the novel, The house of fear, by 
Wadsworth Camp. New York, Lon- 
don [1935] 131 p. diagrs. 12mo. 
( [French's standard library edi- 
tion] ) Copyrighted 1921 under title, 
The warning. © Oct. 21, 1935; 2 c. 
Feb. 3, 1936; D 40594; Samuel 
French, New York. 1045 

Lauf ins gliick; operette in 5 akten, 
von Paul Beyer und Heinz Hentsch- 
ke, gesangstexte von G ii n t h e r 
Schwenn, musik von Fred Raymond. 
Vollstlindiges regie-und soufflierbuch. 



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1088 



Text. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1936 ; D 40354 ; 
Edition Meisel & co., g. in. b. h., Ber- 
lin. 1046 

Laughter in Gomorrah ; a play in 3 
acts, by K. Simpson. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1936; D 40975; Kemper Simpson, 
Washington. 1047 

Leading (The) lady; a comedy in 1 
act, by Pauline Phelps. Minneapolis, 
Minn. [1935] 28 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Sept. 10, 1935; 2 c. Aug. 30; D 
40556; Northwestern press, Minne- 
apolis. 1048 

episodes 1-5, a dramatic radio 

continuity, by M. Williams and F. 
Willis. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1936; D 
40973 ; Margery Williams and Fran- 
celia Willis, Chicago. 1049 

Let freedom ring; a play in 3 acts, by 
Albert Bein, based on the Grace 
Lumpkin novel r To make my bread. 
Foreword by Don West. New York, 
London, Samuel French, 1936. ix, 
[2] p., 2 1., 3-170 p. front. 12mo. 
© Jan. 18, 1936; 2 c. Feb. 5; D 
40688; Grace Lumpkin and Albert 
Bein, New York. 1050 

Let's pretend trips to Toyland ; nos. 
1-15, by Joyce Allen. 1935. 15 v. 
4to. © Nov. 1, 1935 ; 2 c. each Dec. 
27 ; D 40838 ; Joyce Allen, Bingham- 
ton, N. Y. 1051 

Liebe (Die) eines multirnillionars ! 
operette in 3 akten, von Gustl Olmar 
[i. e. G. Olmar] musik von G. Olmar 
und Karoline Filing. Text. © 1 c. 
Dec. 19, 1935; D 40361; Gustav Ol- 
mar, Akron, O. 1052 

Liebe in a kretchme; an operetta in 2 

acts, by M. Kletter. Text. 

y^yoytjp ]»» ,*iy*7X ;yaPBy-ip x pc ya ,l 7 

,njnV»a 5 px jyapx 2 px yt:y-iysx ,dx> 

(Drnax p) -lyuyVp opxa pa 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1936 ; D 41008 ; Max 
Kletter, New York. 1053 

Life catches up ; a drama in 3 acts, 
dramatized by A. Du Bin, from the 
novel, Saunders oak, by Robert Rav- 
nolds. © 1 c. Feb. 29, 1936 ; D 41121 ; 
Alexander Du Bin, Philadelphia. 

1054 

Life (The) of Mary Sothern : by Don 
Becker, scripts nos. 323-327. © 1 
c. each Jan. 29, 1936 ; D 40629M10633 ; 
Crosley radio corp. r Cincinnati. 

1055-1059 

scripts nos. 328-333. © 1 c. 

each Feb. 1, 1936; D 40675-40680; 
Crosley radio Corp., Cincinnati. 

1060-1065 



scripts nos. 334-340. © 1 c. 

each Feb. 12, 1936; D 40857-40863; 
Crosley radio corp-, Cincinnati. 

1066-1072 

scripts nos. 341-344. © 1 c. 



each Feb. 17, 1936; D 40912-40915; 
Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

1073-1076 

scripts nos. 345-348. © 1 c. 



each Feb. 24, 1936; D 41060-41063 
Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

1077-1080 

Lighthouse (The) ; melodrama in 3 
acts, by L. Rimmer. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 
1936; D 41056; Lotti Rimmer, To- 
ronto. • 1081 

Lines to a lady ; a poetic drama on the 
life of Francis Thompson, English 
poet, in 4 acts, by Mary P. Hartney. 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1936 ; D 40876 ; Mary 
Patrice Hartney, New Britain, Conn. 

1082 

Lisa and Lucretia ; a play in 3 acts, by 
A. Vecsey. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1936; D 
40880; Armand Vecsey, New York. 

1083 

Lit 31 ; piece inedite en 1 acte, de Jean 
Goubely [pseud, of Rachelle Jeanne 
Helbing] (In Candide, no. 601, 
sept. 19, 1935) © Sept. 19, 1935; 
1 c. Feb. 17, 1936 ; D 40989 ; Rachelle 
Jeanne Helbing, Neuilly-sur-Seine, 
France. 1084 

Little Burr ; a play in 3 acts, by E. E. 
Olson, based upon the book, Blen- 
nerhasset, by Charles Arthur Pid- 
gin. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1936; D 40634; 
Esther E. Olson, Milwaukee. 1085 

Little Nell ; a sketch by M. H. Merrill. 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1936; D 40907; Mil- 
dred Henry Merrill, Kalamazoo, 
Mich. 1086 

Little Orphan Annie ; a comedy-drama 
in 3 acts, from the poems and stories 
of James Whitcomb Riley, by Robert 
McLaughlin. New York, London 
[etc.] 1935. 96 p. diagrs. 12mo. 
([French's standard library edi- 
tion]) Copyright, 1918 under title, 
Home folks, by Robert McLaughlin. 
© Dec. 4, 1935 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1936 ; D 
40611; Samuel French, New York. 

1087 

Little white lies. See Grand hotel. 

Lone (The) Ranger; by Francis 
Striker, no. A-96. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 
1936; D 40751; Lone Ranger, inc.. 
Detroit. 1088 



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pt. i, v. 9 



Lone (The) Ranger; no. A-97. §lc. 
Feb. 14, 1936 ; D 40819 ; Lone Rang- 
er, inc., Detroit. 1089 

no. A-98. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 



1936; D 40923; Lone Ranger, inc., 
Detroit. 1090 

no. A-99. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 



1936; D 41075; Lone Ranger, inc., 
Detroit. 1091 

Lonely (The) of heart; by Dorothy 
Coates. (In 8 new one-act plays of 
' 1934, edited by John Bourne. Lon- 
don, Lovat Dickson, ltd. [1934]) 
© Sept. 24, 1934 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936 ; 
D 40844; Dorothy Coates, North- 
wood, Middlesex, England. 1092 

Long distance flight ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Cecil Madden, adapted from the 
French play, Le vol nuptial, by Fran- 
cis de Croisset. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 
1936; D 41079; Cecil Charles Mad- 
den, London. 1093 

Lord UUin's daughter. See Aldmg- 
bourne mimes. 

Losing (A) game; a sketch by Frank 
Sandel [pseud, of F. Siebenhandel] 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1936 ; D 40889 ; Frank 
Siebenhandel, New York. 1094 

Love in a fog; a comedy in 3 brief 
acts, by Beulah King. Boston, 
Mass., Los Angeles, Calif. [1936] 67 
p. diagrs. 12mo. © Feb. 3, 1936; 
2 c. Feb. 24; D 40990; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 1095 

Love's triumph ; or, A victory over re- 
ligious prejudice, a doctrinal play in 
4 short acts, by Price Roberts. Cin- 
cinnati, O., 1936. 32 p. 12mo. © 
Jan. 23, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 29 ; D 40736 ; 
Standard pub. co., Cincinnati. 1096 

Lucky break; a play in 3 acts, by A. 
Bartlett and R. Birchard. © 1 c. 
Feb. 7, 1936 ; D 40748 ; Ralph Birch- 
ard and Arthur Bartlett, Los An- 
geles. 1097 

See also, Dating Lady Luck. 

Lucky nickels ; an epic of the Siren 
trail, by A. C. Rich, radio version by 
F. Rich. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1936; D 
41016; Arthur C. Rich and Faye 
Rich, Wilmar, Calif. 1098 

Madame Ambassador; a farce in 3 
acts, by Isaiah John Alexander. © 
1 c. Feb. 25, 1936; D 41033; Alex- 
ander Borodulin, Brooklyn. 1099 

Madame LaVree de la Fontacella ; a 
modern play in 4 acts, by Bernard 
Viking Jensen. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1936 ; 
D 41051 ; Helen Jensen, Chicago. 

1100 



Magic (The) Christmas bell; an op- 
eretta for grades, by Catherine Alli- 
son Christie. Franklin, O., Denver, 
Col. [1935] 36 p. 4to. © Aug. 21, 
1935; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1936; D 28997; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 1101 

Magnificient (The) Micah ; a play in 
3 acts, by Bimsley Peabody [pseud, 
of J. Peabody] © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1936 ; 
D 40628; Jessamine Peabody, New 
York. 1102 

Maiden voyage; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Whitney Ellsworth [i. e. F. W. 
Ellsworth] © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1936; 
D 41068; Frederick Whitney Ells- 
worth, Brooklyn. 1103 

Mail order man ; a play in 1 act, by E. 
FitzHugh. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1936; D 
40848; Elizabeth FitzHugh, And- 
over, Mass. 1104 

Man (The) about town; by J. McMa- 
hill, jr. (Spotlight sketches) © 
1 c. Feb. 13, 1936 ; D 40812 ; John Mc- 
Mahiil, jr., Chicago. 1105 

Man (The) who looked like Lincoln. 
See First nighter. 

Man's (A) house; a play in 3 acts, 
by John Drinkwater. London, New 
York [etc.] 1935. 64 p. plate. 8vo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 1674] ) 
© Oct, 21, 1935 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936 ; 
D 40842; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 1106 

Margot ; piece en 2 actes, par E. Bour- 
det. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1936 ; D 40962 ; 
Edouard Bourdet, Paris. 1107 

Maria Magdalena ; a play in 3 acts, 
with a prologue and epilogue, by G. 
A. Noring. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1936; 
D 40774; George Anders Noring, 
New York. 1108 

Marriages are made in heaven; a play 
in 4 acts, by Walter Hasenclever, 
translated and adapted from the 
German by R. A. Porter. © 1 c. 
Feb. 25, 1936 ; D 41014 ; Rose Albert 
Porter, New York. 1109 

Mary Marlin ; episodes nos. 6-8, 10, 14, 
15, 17, 18, 24, 32, 34, 139, 163, 195, 
226, 256, and 289, a continuous day 
to day drama for radio reproduc- 
tion, by J. Crusinberry. © 1 c. each 
Feb. 26, 1936 ; D 41048 ; Jane Crusin- 
berry, Chicago. 1110 

Matter of habit. See Death Valley 
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1131 



May Colvin. Sec Aldingbourne mimes. 

Memorial park cemetery scheme ; [by 
Kenneth B. Backman] 1936. 9 
numb. 1. 4to. © Feb. 24. 1936 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 26 ; D 41041 ; Boston better busi- 
ness bureau, inc., Boston. 1111 

Merry (A) death; a mirthquake of 
Laughs in 3 acts, by Wilbur Braun. 
New York, London [etc.] 1935. 121 
p. diagr. 12mo. © Sept. 27, 1935 ; 

2 c. Jan. 31, 1936; D 40586; Samuel 
French, New York. 1112 

Merry Magdaline ; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. Levis and M. Powell. © 1 c. Feb. 
18, 1936 ; D 40919 ; Marjory Levis and 
Marion Powell, Jacksonville, Fla. 

1113 

Mesebeli (A) herceg; irtak : Imre 
Halasz, Laszlo Gorog, and Jeno 
Barczi. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1936; D 
41109; Alexander Marton, Budapest, 
Hungary. 1114 

Milestones in American history ; pro- 
gram no. 1, by F. W. Ferrin. © 1 c. 
Dec. 16, 1935; D 40741; Mid-west 
recordings, inc., Minneapolis. 1115 

Minute ear test ; program no. 1, by 
F. W. Ferrin. © 1 c. Dec. 16, 1935 ; 
D 40740 ; Mid-west recordings, inc., 
Minneapolis. 1116 

Miss Davis ; a play in a prologue and 

3 acts, by M. L. Bentley. © 1 c. 
Feb. 3, 1936; D 40639; Marguerite 
Logan Bentley, Ridley Park, Pa. 

1117 

Mission (The) of Moses. See Old test- 
ment dramas. 

Mrs. Miller's boarding house ; episode 
1, by General mills, inc. © 1 c. Feb. 
29, 1936; D 41120; General mills, 
inc., Minneapolis. 1118 

Mrs. Waterbury's millenium ; by James 
Bridie. (In 8 new one-act plays of 
1934, edited by John Bourne. Lon- 
don, Lovat Dickson, ltd. [1934]) © 
Sept. 24, 1934 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936 ; D 
40843 ; Samuel French, ltd., London. 

1119 

Mockery; a 2-act play, by W. H. 
Gaughan, after a short story of the 
same title by the same author. © 
1 c. Feb. 12, 1936 ; D 40801 ; William 
H. Gaughan, San Francisco. 1120 

Modern (The) trend; a 3 act play, bv 
B. H. Hancock. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1936"; 
D 40899; Bushrod Henry Hancock, 
Los Angeles. 1121 



Money in the family ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Georgia Fraser. New York, 
London [etc.] Samuel French, inc., 
1935. 89 p. diagr. 12mo. © Sept. 
23, 1935; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1936; D 40653; 
Georgia Fraser, New York. 1122 

Monkey glands ; a play bv J. Fleming. 
Act. I. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1936; D 
41002; John Fleming, Woodhaven, 
L. I., N. Y. 1123 

Monsieur est servi ! comedie en 1 acte 
[par] Andre Mouezy-Eon. Paris, 
1935. cover-title, 20 p. 8vo. © Dec. 
31, 1935 ; 1 c. Feb. 26, 1936 ; D 41104 ; 
C. Joubert & cie., Paris. 1124 

Morning mood. Sec Spring fever, and 
other 1-act plays. 

Morte (La) del falco ; tragedia storica 
in 3 atti [di] Ridolfo Peruzzi de' 
Medici di Firenze [i. e. Ridolfo 
Peruzzi di Medici] Firenze, Edizioni 
teatro nostra, 1935. 202, [2] p. 
12mo. © June 26, 1935; 1 c. Jan. 
10, 1936: D 41040; Ridolfo Peruzzi 
di Medici, Florence, Italy. 1125 

Mournful (The) bear; a play in 2 acts, 
by G. E. Fisk [i. e. G. E. Fiske] © 
1 c. Feb. 25, 1936; D 41029; Grace 
Emery Fiske, Verona, N. J. 1126 

Murder by proxy ; a play in 3 acts, by 
J. H. Fleming. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1936; 
D 40636; John Heldon Fleming, 
Woodhaven, L. I., N. Y. 1127 

Murder gang; a play in 3 acts, by G. 
Munro and B. Dean. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1936; D 40831; George Munro and 
Basil Dean, London. 1128 

Murder in the old red barn ; a play in 
4 acts, by H. C. Bannister and J. 
Krimsky. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1936; D 
41058 ; Harry C. Bannister and John 
Krimsky, New York. 1129 

Music at Homeville ; script no. 1, con- 
ceived by R. Meyerhoff, script by R. 
Wesley Baxter. Text. © 1 c. Feb. 
5, 1936; D 40692; Raymond Meyer- 
hoff, Queens Village, N. Y. 1130 

Music at the crossroads ; a 1-act farce 
introducing musical features, by 
Alice Donovan and Henrietta Kes- 
senich. New York, London [etc.] 
1935. 34 p. diagr. 12mo. Text. © 
Oct. 30, 1935; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1936; D 
40591 ; Samuel French, New York. 

1131 

Music (The) master; a play in 3 acts, 
by Charles Klein. New York, Lon- 
don [etc.] Samuel French, 1935. 134 
p. plates, diagrs. 12mo. ( [French's 
standard library edition] ) © Oct. 



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Music (The) master — Continued. 

16, 1935 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1936 ; D 40650 ; 
David Belasco literary trust, Ben- 
jamin F. Roeder, trustee, New York. 

1132 

Musical memory test; program no. 1, 
by F. W. Ferrin. © 1 c. Dec. 18, 
1935 ; D 40739 ; Mid-west recordings, 
inc., Minneapolis. 1133 

My life; or, The biography of Nada 
King, scripts nos. 1, 30, 40, a serial 
for radio by A. Hill. © 1 c. each 
Nov. 29, 1935 ; D 40903-40905 ; Alice 
Hill, Chicago. 1134-1136 

Myrt and Marge; episodes nos. 705- 
722, a series of radio sketches, by 
Myrtle Vail. © 1 c. each Feb. 27, 
1936; D 41083-41100; Wm. Wrigley, 
jr. co., Chicago. 1137-1154 

Mystery cruise. See First nighter. 

Naissance (La) du printemps ; ballet- 
feerie pour jeunes filles et fillettes, 
paroles, de Montenailles, musique de 
Marguerite Deschamps. Paris, 1935. 
12 p., 2 1. fold, illus., fold, diagrs. 
8vo. Text. © Dec. 31, 1935; 1 c. 
Feb. 26, 1936; D 41105; C. Joubert 
& cie., Paris. 1155 

Napoleone Buonaparte; piece en 5 
actes, par P. L. Guilbert. © 1 c. Feb. 

17, 1936 ; D 40958 ; Paul Louis Guil- 
bert, Paris. 1156 

Nationale 6; piece en 5 actes [par] 
Jean Jacques Bernard. [Paris] 
1935. 26, [4] p. 4to. ([La Petite 
illustration, no. 749]) © Nov. 23, 
1935; 1 c. Feb. 17, 1936; D 40984; 
Jean Jacques Bernard, Paris. 1157 

Native (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by G. 
Household. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1936; 
D 40449; Geoffrey Household, Lon- 
don. 1158 

Nausicaa and Odysseus. See Plays for 
club, school and camp, for boys and 
girls from 8 to 14. 

Near-sighted Joe; a dramatic sketch, 
by Lois Hay. (Voice of youth) © 
1 c. Feb. 14, 1936 ; D 40828 ; lea Chloe 
Lairy, Logansport, Ind. 1159 

Neighbors; a play in 3 acts, by G. T. 
Jennings. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1936; 
D 40918 ; Gerard T. Jennings, Brook- 
lyn. 1160 

New (The) moon; a romantic musical 
play, book and lyrics by Oscar Ham- 
merstein, 2d, Frank Mandel and 
Laurence Schwab, music by Sig- 
mund Romberg. London, Chappell & 



co., ltd. ; New York, Harms, incorpo- 
rated, by arrangement with M. Wit- 
mark & sons, 1935. 95 p. diagrs. 
8vo. Text. © Dec. 31, 1935; 1 c. 
Jan. 23, 1936 ; D 40809 ; Harms, inc., 
New York. 1161 

New (The) Penny. See Helen Hayes 
serial. 

New York ; a play in 2 acts, by James 
Fitz-James [pseud, of ] C. Andrews. 
© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1936 ; D 40715 ; Charl- 
ton Andrews, New York. 1162 

Night (The) of the eighth candle; by 
Cecile Alexander. A 1-act play. 
New York, 1935. 29 p. 12mo. © 
Nov. 20, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1936 ; D 
40735 ; Hebrew pub. co., New York. 

1163 

Night work ; a full-length play in 1 act, 
by J. I. Crump. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1936 ; 
D 40950; J. Irving Crump, Oradell, 
N. J. 1164 

No love like ours ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Jane Keith [pseud, of M. L. Ker] 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1936 ; D 40789 ; Mary 
Lilian Ker, New York. 1165 

No mind of her own. See Lady of 
letters. 

Noah; a play by Andre Obey, English 
text by Arthur Wilmurt. New York, 
London [etc.] Samuel French, 1935. 
83 p. front., illus., plates. 12mo. 
( [French's standard library edition] ) 
© Dec. 20, 1935; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1936; 
D 40690; Arthur Wilmurt, New 
York. 1166 

Noix de coco ; piece en 3 actes, par M. 
Achard. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1936; D 
40959 ; Marcel Achard, Paris. 1167 

None is too weak; or, One and one 
make two, a play in 3 acts, by R. 
Van Raas. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1936; 
D 41046; Rhyissa Van Raas, New 
York. 1168 

Nose (A) for news; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Preston Powell. New York, 
London [etc.] 1935. 81 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Oct. 21, 1935 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 
1936 ; D 40620 ; Samuel French, New 
York. 1169 

Not murder, but — ; a play in 3 scenes, 
by M. Martin. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1936 ; 
D 40981 ; Mellicent Martin, Chicago. 

1170 

Not the Russians ; a barbarous farce, 
by O. Molarsky. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1936; D 40742; Osmond Molarsky, 
Nutley, N. J. 1171 



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1183 



Of thee I sing; a musical play in 2 
acts, book by George S. Kaufman 
and Morrie Ryskind, music by 
George Gershwin, lyrics by Ira 
Gershwin. New York, London [etc.] 
Samuel French, inc., 1935. 117 p. 
plates, diagrs. 12ino. ([French's 
musical library] ) Acting edition. 
Text. © May 23, 1935 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 
1936 ; D 40652 ; George S. Kaufman, 
New York, and Morrie Ryskind, 
Beverly Hills, Calif. 1172 

Off the old block; a 1-act comedy for 
all women, by Margaret Parsons. 
New York, London [etc.] 1935. 23 
p. diagr. 12mo. © Oct. 3, 1935; 

2 c. Jan. 31, 1936; D 40572; Samuel 
French, New York. 1173 

Oh, these hard lessons ! a 1-act 
comedy, by Mary E. Roberts. New 
York, London [etc.] 1935. 16 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Oct. 4, 1935 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 31, 1936; D 40568; Samuel 
French, New York. 1174 

Old King Cole ; a play for children, in 

3 acts, by Clifford Bax. London, 
New York [etc.] 1935. 63 p. 12mo. 
( [French's plays for juvenile per- 
formers, no. 30] ) © Nov. 29, 1935 ; 
1 c. Feb. 3, 1936; D 40659; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 1175 

Old Shakespeare ; a playlet in 1 act, 
by D. L. Rosenberg. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1936 ; D 40917 ; David L. Rosenberg, 
Brooklyn. 1176 

Old testament dramas; by H. E. 
Spence, with a foreword by Elbert 
Russell and an appendix by A. T. 
West. Durham, N. C, 1936. v, 142 
p. 8vo. ( [Duke university publica- 
tions]) Dramatic contents. — The 
sacrifice of Isaac. — Joseph and his 
brethren. — The mission of Moses. — 
Samson and Delilah. — The Shepherd 
king. — The rain bride. © Jan. 17, 
1936; 2 c. Jan. 21; D 40837; Duke 
university press, Durham, N. C. 

1177 

Old-time (The) religion at work; a 4- 
act dramatic play, by Zeb H. Wolfe. 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1936; D 40928; Zeb 
Harrison Wolfe, Easley, S. C. 1178 

Oliver Twist ; a dramatization in 6 
scenes, by M. G. Robinson. © 1 c. 
Feb. 13, 1936; D 40814; Marvin G. 
Robinson, Amsterdam, N. Y. 1179 

On est bien ici ! comedie enedite en 
1 acte, d'Henri Duvernois. (In Can- 
dide, no. 597, a out 22, 1935) © 
Aug. 22, 1935; 1 c. Feb. 17, 1936; 
D 409S8; Henri Duvernois, Paris. 

1180 



On the Lone Star trail ; no. 1, a series 
of radio programs, by Clell Thorpe 
and Francis Gilbert. © 1 c. Feb. 
21, 1936; D 40974; Francis Luke 
Gilbert, Houston. 1181 

One-act festival plays; by W. N. Viola. 
Ann Arbor, Mich. [1936] xvii p., 
1 1., 84 p. incl. front., illus. 12mo. 
Contents. — The reward. — Lady Go- 
on. — Silver slippers. — The end of 
Leonardo Spittelie. — The family 
stairs. — The first Christmas roses. 
© Jan. 8, 1936 ; 2 c. and aff . Feb. 1 ; 
A 90574; George Wahr, Ann Arbor. 

1181* 

One-act (The) theater, new comedies 
and dramas ; v. 1, 2, New York, Lon- 
don [etc.] 1936. 2 v. 12mo. Con- 
tents. — v. 1. Life begins at 84, by 
Bessie F. White. — Peacemakers, by 
Ida Lublenski Ehrlich. — The modern 
masterpiece, by Vere Etheridge. — 
The decoy, by Philip Slade. — A spot 
of lunch, by Neil Grant. — Just off 
Piccadilly, by James Parish. — Five 
minutes, by Philip Slade. — There's 
money coming to you, by Peter Flo- 
rin. — Men only, by Glenn Hughes. — 
My tailor, by Harold Harper. — 
Larnin', by Alia Webb. — The front 
porch, by Nadine Miles. — v. 2. Books 
for the dead, by Hobert Skidmore. — 
What's in a name, by Harry Green- 
wood Grover. — The demands of so- 
ciety, by Harold Harper. — The cap- 
ture, by F. Morton Howard. — Para- 
dise regained, by Beatrice Saxon 
Snell. — November afternoon, by An- 
thony Pelissier. — Heaven on earth, 
by Philip Johnson. — The Christen- 
ing, by Gertrude Jennings. — Fit as a 
fiddle, by Babette Hughes.— Tip and 
run, by Olive Conway. — The lay-fig- 
ure, by Ethel Van der Veer. © Jan. 
15, 17, 1936 ; 2 c. each and affs. Feb. 
5; A 91605, 91606; Samuel French, 
New York. 1181** 

One and one make two. See None is 
too weak. 

One Chanukah morning; by Samuel 
Michael Segal. New York, 1935. 
16 p. 12mo. © Nov. 20, 1935 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 25. 1936 ; D 40732 ; Hebrew pub. 
CO., New York. 1182 

One horse town; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Robert C. Schimmel. Boston, 
Mass., Los Angeles, Calif. [1936] 
150 p. diagr. 12mo. ([Baker's 
royalty plays] ) © Feb. 6, 1936 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 24 ; D 40991 ; Walter H. Baker 
CO., Boston. 1183 



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One more tomorrow; a play in 3 acts, 
a prologue and an epilogue, by Brian 
J. Byrne [pseud, of J. J. Byrne] © 
1 c. Feb. 8, 1936; D 40744; John 
Joseph Byrne, New York. 1184 

One strange night. See Grand hotel. 

O'Neills (The) ; episodes 70-92, by 
Jane West. © 1 c. each Feb. 7, 
1936; D 40764; Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 1185 

Only one wish ; an allegorical play with 
music, in 1 act, text and music by 
Josephine Fryer. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1936; D 39032; Josephine Denise 
Fryer, Oakland, Calif. 1186 

Open sea ; a play in 3 acts, by Alice 
Coyle. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1936; D 
40954; Alice W. Coyle, Berwyn, 111. 

1187 

Opening (The) of the heavenly bank; 
a pageant by J. B. Womack. © 1 c. 
Feb. 24, 1936 ; D 41005 ; Julia Brown 
Womack, Lakin, W. Va. 1188 

Operation at one ; a 1-act play of 
China, by Maude Taylor Sarvis. 
New York, N. Y. [1935] 14 p. 8vo. 
© Dec. 28, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1936; 
D 41101; Student volunteer move- 
ment for foreign missions, inc., New 
York. 1189 

Other (The) man; by J. McMahill, jr. 
(Spotlight sketches) © 1 c. Feb. 13, 
1936; D 40813; John McMahill, jr. 
Chicago. 1190 

Our boarding house ; a farcical mix-up 
in 3 acts, by Wilbur Braun. New 
York, London [etc.] 1935. 118 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Oct. 23, 1935 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 3, 1936; D 40619; Samuel 
French, New York. 1191 

Over 40; a family play in 1 act, by R. 
E. Farndon. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1936; 
D 40719; Robert E. Farndon, New 
Rochelle, N. Y. 1192 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins ; continui- 
ties nos. 632 E. T.-658 E. T., by 
Frank Dahm. © 1 c. each Feb. 7, 
1936; D 40766; Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 1193 

Paradise regained; a play in 1 act, by 
Beatrice Saxon Snell. London, New 
York [etc.] 1935. 33 p. diagr. 
12mo. ( [French's acting edition, no. 
2030]) © Sept. 2, 1935; 1 c. Feb. 3, 
1936; D 40656; Samuel French, ltd., 
London. 1194 

Paramount (The) Mother's day book ; 
recitations, exercises, dialogs, play- 
lets. Contributors : Pearl Holloway, 
Carolyn Freeman, Alice Whitson 



Norton, Emily Donaghy, Alice Crow- 
ell Hoffman. Chicago, 111., 1936. 32 
p. 12mo. (A paramount line pub- 
lication) © Feb. 18, 1936; 2 c. and 
aff. Feb. 21; AA 196971; Meyer & 
bro., Chicago. 1195 

Parents by proxy ; a screen play by R. 
D. Clark and Harold Gaze. © 1 c. 
Feb. 24, 1936; D 41009; Harold G. 
I. Gaze and Robert D. Clark, Pasa- 
dena. 1196 

Park (A) encounter; by C. Piening. 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1936 ; D 40724 ; Charles 
Piening, New York. 1197 

Parnell ; a play in 3 acts, by Elsie T. 
Schauffler. New York, London, 1936. 
4 p. 1.. 3-150 p. 12mo. © Jan. 16, 
1936; 2 c. Feb. 3; D 40608; Samuel 
French, New York. 1198 

Paths of glory ; a play adapted by Sid- 
ney Howard, from the novel by Hum- 
phrey Cobb, with a foreword for col- 
lege theatres by Sidney Howard. 
New York, London [etc.] Samuel 
French, 1935, xvii, [3] p.. 1 1., 3- 
174 p. 12mo. © Nov. 6, 1935; 2 c. 
Feb. 3, 1936; D 40649; Sidney Ho- 
ward, New York, and Humphrey 
Cobb, Hollywood, Calif. 1199 

Peek-a-boo ; a 1-act satire on television, 
by A. Cowles. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1936 ; 
D 40691; Albert Cowles, New York. 

1200 

Peggy and the pixies ; an original and 
fantastic operetta in 3 acts, written 
and composed by George Tootell. 
London, J. Curwen & sons, ltd. ; 
Germantown, Philadelphia, Curwen, 
inc., 1936, xix, [2]-155 p. diagrs. 
4to. (Curwen edition 3703) ©Jan. 
3, 1936; 1 c. Jan. 13; D 39031; 
George Tootell, Onchan, Isle of Man, 
England. 1201 

Pen' portrait ; a play in 3 acts, by C. 
Chupet. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1936; D 
40562; Charles Chupet, New York. 

1202 

Penny meets John in the Minuet. See 
Helen Hayes serial. 

Persecuted (The) ; by J. McMahill, jr. 
(Spotlight sketches) © 1 c. Feb. 
13, 1936; D 40S11 ; John McMahill, 
jr., Chicago. 1203 

Personal appearance; a new comedy 
in 3 acts, by Lawrence Riley. New 
York, London [etc.] Samuel French, 
1935. 5 p. 1., 3-171 p. 12mo. © 
June 9, 1935; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1936; D 
40651 ; Lawrence Riley,. Beverly 
Hills, Calif. 1204 



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1219 



Peter and the purple pearl ; a 1-act 
play for marionettes, by Sara Anne 
Hubler. New York, London [etc., 
1935] 3 p. 1., 20 p. diagr. 12mo. 
(The junior league plays) © Nov. 
1, 1985 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1936 ; D 40616 : 
Samuel French, New York. 1205 

Phantom (The) ship. See Short plays 
from American history and litera- 
ture. 

Piano-club-of the air ; lessons 9. 10. by 
P. Saltman. © 1 c. Jan. 4. 8, 1930; 
D 40835, 40836; Philip Saltman. Bos- 
ton. 1200, 1207 

Pills (The) : a sketch by J. Klaity, jr. 
© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1936; D 41004; John 
Klaity, jr., Hamilton, Ontario, Can- 
ada. 1208 

Play (A) for every holiday; short 
sketches for ciass and assembly in 
elementary schools, by Sylvia C. 
Wolfcheck. New York, London [etc.,. 
1935] 87 p. 12mo. Contents.— The 
landing of Columbus. — Columbus day 
acrostic. — Armistice day. — The lost 
chicks.^A Thanksgiving least. — In a 
doll's shop. — A visit from Santa 
Claus. — New Year resolutions. — A 
Lincoln anecdote. — Lincoln at Get- 
tysburg. — A Lincoln day acrostic. — 
Valentines. — Washington at Valley 
Forge. — A picnic in the woods.— The 
animal club. — Who stole the robin's 
eggs. — A bird day acrostic. — Mrs. 
Brown's egg rolling. — The safety 
brigade. — Planting a tree. — Mother 
Health and her children. — Mother's 
day. — The Land of Story books. — 
Decoration day. — The first flag. — Are 
yon making your flag? — Vacation 
time. © Sept. 16. 1985; 2 c. Feb. 3. 
1986 ; D 40048 ; Samuel French, New 
York. 1209 

Playing new deal : a play in 2 acts and 
one interlude, by I. R. Kenyon. © 
1 c. Jan. 21, 1986; D 40785; Irving 
Rinaldo Kenyon, Philadelphia. 

1210 

Plays for club, school and camp, for 
boys and girls from 8 to 14; by M. 
Jagendorf. Introduction by Oleda 
Schrottky. Illustrated by Charlotte 
Mantell. New York. London [etc.] 
1935. xiv. 135 p. ill us. 12mo. Con- 
tents.— The rescue. — The ghosts of 
Kalamazoo. — The black brothers. — 
Seven who went to war. — Gareth and 
Lynette. — The quarrel. — Nausicaa 
and Odysseus. © Nov. 14, 11)35; 2 
c. Feb.. 3, 193G; D 40593; Samuel 
French, New York. 1211 



Plus ca change . . . ; an historical 
rhapsody in 1 act, by Evan John. 
London, New York [etc.] 1935. 33, 
[11 p. 12mo. ([French's acting 
edition, no. 148]) © Sept. 2, 1935; 
1 c. Feb. 3, 1930; D 40000; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 1212 

Point (A) of honor; a play in 3 acts, 
by J. Eisinger and S. Van Gluck. 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1930; D 40893; Joe 
Eisinger and Stephen Van Gluck, 
Brooklyn. 1213 

Pontiac riddlette ; program no. 1, by 
F. W. Ferrin. © 1 c. Dec. 16, 1935; 
D 40738 ; Mid-west recordings, inc., 
Minneapolis. 1214 

Port (The) of New York. Sec Echoes 
of New York town. 

Pot (The) of gold; a walkie-talkie 
play for children, by Mkanie Frost 
Rands. [1935] cover-title, 32 p. 
lOmo. © Dec. 1, 1935; 2 c. Feb. 3, 
1030 ; D 40853 ; Minnie Frost Rands, 
Washington. 1215 

Prevailing (The) law; a play by R. 
Figdor, translated from the German, 
by R. Figdor. © 1 c. Jan. 23,. 1936; 
D 40558 ; Richard Figdor, New York. 

1216 

Prince (The) of the golden arrow. 
See Short plays from American his- 
tory and literature. 

Princess and the pirate. See Short 
plays from American history and 
literature. 

Princess (The) dreams. See Head- 
liners for the campus. 

Program X ; no. 1. If, a radio series, 
by A. Oboler. © 1 c. Feb. 10', 1986 ; 
D 40771; Arch Oboler, Chicago. 

1217 

Programs for high school assemblies ; 
v. 2, a collection of suggested pro- 
grams for various types of school as- 
semblies, by Marietta Abell and 
Agnes J. Anderson. Minneapolis, 
Minn., 1936. 121 p. 12mo. Con- 
tents. — Book week. — M a k e - u p . — 
Through the world war in war 
music. — An afternoon with Tenny- 
son. — Christmas customs. — American 
Christ m a s carols. — Mathematics 
problems. — Peer G y n t . — Orchestra 
program. © Jan. 3, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 
7 ; aft'. Jan. 8; A 91075 ; Northwestern 
press, Minneapolis. 1218 

Public (The) goes riding; a new play 
in a prologue and 4 scenes, by The 
Ensemble theatre. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1936; D 40487; Ensemble theatre. 
New York. 1219 



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1220 



pt. i, v. 9 



Punch beats the devil! a puppet play, 
by German List Arzubide, freely 
translated and adapted by P. Steven- 
son. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1936 ; D 41032 ; 
Philip Stevenson, Ossining, N. Y. 

1220 

Purimdige (A) birthday; by Cecile 
Alexander. A 1-act play. New York, 
1935. 32 p. 12mo. © Nov. 20, 1935 ; 
2 c. Jan. 25, 1936 ; D 40733 ; Hebrew 
pub. co., New York. 1221 

Puzzle (The) See Spring fever, and 
other 1-act plays. 

^Quality (The) of mercy; a version in 
Scots by Felix Fair of It's the poor 
that 'elps the poor, by Harold Chapin. 
London, New York [etc.] 1935. 20 
p. 12mo. ([French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 1517] ) © Nov. 1, 1935 ; 1 c. 
Feb. 3, 1936; D 40658; Samuel 
.French, ltd., London. 1222 

•Quarrel (The) See Plays for club, 
school and camp, for boys and girls 
from 8 to 14. 

Queen of Scots; a play in 3 acts, by 
Gordon Daviot. London, New York 
[etc.] Samuel French, ltd., 1935. 
87 p. plates. 8vo. ([French's act- 
ing edition, no. 686] ) Plates printed 
on both sides, © May 16, 1935; 1 c. 
Feb. 3, 1936; D 40673; Gordon 
Daviot, Inverness, England. 1223 

Ragno (II) ; commedia in 3 atti [di] 
Sem Benelli. Milano, A. Mondadori 
11985] 4 p. 1., 11-188, [1] p. 12mo. 
© Mar. 15, 1935; 1 c. Nov. 1; D 
40557 ; Sem Benelli, Genoa, Italy. 

1224 

Rain (The) bride. See Old testament 
dramas. 

Rebelle (Dus) fun Lemberg ; an oper- 
etta in 2 acts, with a prologue, by 
M. Kletter. Text. 

2 j»k yoynyax ;nya»yV pa yV*a"i oxt 
opx») amax ja pa ( ixbxns x &n jytapx 

hjmyVp 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1936; D 41007; Max 
Kletter, New York. 1225 

Red wine or white? a play in 3 acts, 
by Reginald Sheffield [i. e. M. R. 
Shemeld-Cassan] © 1 c. Feb. 3, 
1936; D 40645; Matthew Reginald 
Sheffield-Cassan, Los Angeles. 1226 

Regenbogen; variete-komodie in 3 
akten, von Georg Fraser. © 1 c. 
Feb. 26, 1936; D 41111; Georg Mar- 
ton, Vienna. 1227 

Regina (La) ; drame lyrique en 3 
actes, poeme et musique de J. Martin- 
Pyns. [Nice, France, 1935] 2 p. 1., 



2-206 p. 4to. © Dec. 31, 1935 ; 1 c. 
Feb. 26, 1936; D 39036; H. Martin, 
Nice, France. 1228 

Rescue. See Plays for club, school and 
camp, for boys and girls from 8 to 14. 

Richard of Bordeaux ; a play in 2 parts, 
by Gordon Daviot. London, New 
York [etc.] Samuel French, ltd., 
1935. 91 p. plates, diagrs. 8vo. 
([French's acting edition, no. 1942]) 
© Feb. 23, 1935; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936; 
D 40839 ; Gordon Daviot, Inverness, 
England. 1229 

Riff-raff; a play in 1 act, by Laurence 
Russell Cook. New York, London 
[etc.] 1935, 17 p. diagr. 12mo. 
Acting ed., with scene design. © 
Oct. 4, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1936; D 
40583; Samuel French, New York. 

1230 

River side; a social drama with an 
undertone of satire, in 3 acts, by H. 
Callen. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1936; D 
40824 ; Harold Callen, New York. 

1231 

Road (The) of flowers; a play in 4 
acts, by Valentin Katayev, translated 
from the Russian by H. Ritchie and 
L. Hiler. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1936; 
D 40910; Helen Ritchie and Louise 
Hiler, New York. 1232 

Rolling stones ; a melodrama in 3. acts, 
by E. Lester. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1936; 
D 40686 ; Elliott Lester, Wyncote, Pa. 

1233 

Romance (The) of the western cham- 
ber (Hsi Hsiang chi) ; a Chinese 
play written in the thirteenth cen- 
tury, translated by S. I. Hsiung, with 
a preface by Gordon Bottomley. 
London, Methuen & co., ltd. [1935] 
xxiii 280, [2] p. front., illus. 
12mo. © Dec. 2, 1935; 1 c. Jan. 8, 
1936 ; D 40934 ; S. I. Hsiung, London. 

1234 

Room (A) in red and white; a play in 
8 scenes, by R. Hargrave, L. Adair, 
and T. Scofield. Rev. version. © 
1 c, Jan. 2, 1936 ; D 40481 ; Roy Har- 
grave, Laura Adair and Thomas Sco- 
field, Scarsdale, N. Y. [Copyright 
is claimed on important changes in 
situations, dialogue and number of 
scenes] 1235 

Rosamunde ; an episode, by Lionel R. 
McColvin. [London] The Gara- 
mond press, ltd., 1935. 18 p. Svo. 
(The Amateur theatre series of 
plays) © Dec. 18. 1935; 1 c. Dec. 
23; D 40796; Lionel R. McColvin, 
London. 1236 



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no. 2, 1936 



1251 



Sabine de vasio; [par] Charles de 
Blegier de Pierregrosse, drame anti- 
que en 3 actes et deux tableaux 
d'apres une legende populaire gallo- 
romaine, mis en prose rythmee par 
J. de Blegier de Pierregrosse [i. e. 
C. E. M. J. G., Comtesse de Blegier 
de Pierregrosse] Vaison-la-Rornaine 
(Vaucluse) Macabet freres [1935] 
78 p. 8vo. © June 25, 1935; 1 c. 
Sept. 7; D 40047; Catherine Elisa- 
beth Marie Jeanne Gaucher, Com- 
tesse de Blegier de Pierregrosse, 
Vaucluse, France. 1237 

Sacrifice (The) of Isaac. See Old 
testament dramas. 

Sales (The) manager suggests; a 1-act 
play on marketing research as an 
industrial function, by George W. 
Kelsey. [New York, 1986] cover- 
title, 2 p. L, 12 numb. 1., 1 1. 8vo. 
© Jan. 4, 1936 ; 2 c. Feb. 6 ; D 40932 ; 
George Wright Kelsey, New York. 

1238 

Salesmen's (The) smoker; script no. 
1, by M. E. Goodman, 2d. © 1 c. 
Feb. 1, 1936 ; D 40560 ; M. E. Lippert 
and M. E. Goodman, 2d, Chicago. 

1239 

Salt and pepper; a musical play in 4 
acts, text and music by Allene Nib- 
ling. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1936 ; D 39017 ; 
Allene Nibling Hudspeth, Ozona, Tex. 

1240 

Samson and Delilah. See Old testa- 
ment dramas. 

Sappho ; ou, Le dernier jour de l'Acade- 
mie de Lesbos, (piece en 1 acte, en 
vers) [par] Emile B. d'Erlanger. 
Paris, Denise Verte ; Londres, Bur- 
rup, Mathieson & company, limited 
[1935] 26, [1] p. 8vo. © Nov. 1, 
1935; 1 c. Feb. 17, 1936; D 40983; 
Emile B. d'Erlanger, London. 1241 

Saunders oak. See Life catches up. 

Seance (The) ; a comedy drama in 1 
act, by Bill Lang [i. e. L. W. Lang] 
© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1986; D 40773; 
Leslie William Lang, Laguna Beach. 
Calif. 1242 

Searrhers (The) ; by A. Archer. © 1 c. 
Feb. 29, 1936 ; D 41119 ; Adele Archer, 
New York. 1243 

Secretaire privee ; comedie en 3 actes, 
de C. Seran and Paul Armont [pseud, 
of D. Petrocchochino] © 1 c. Feb. 
17, 1936; D 40961; Claude Seran, 
Neuilly-s-Seine, France, and Dimitry 
Petrocchochino, Paris. 1244 



Seven who went to war. See Plays for 
club, school and camp, for boys and 
girls from 8 to 14. 

Shall we leave the gentlemen? a play 
in 1 act for ladies only, by T. B. 
Morris. London, New York [etc.] 
1935. 23 p. 12mo. ( [French's act- 
ing edition, no. 1644]) © Sept. 2, 
1935; 1 c Feb. 3, 1936; D 40663; 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 1245 

She loves me not ; a comedy in 2 acts, 
dramatized from Edward Hope's 
novel, by Howard Lindsay. New 
York, London [etc.] Samuel French, 
inc., 1935. 145 p. plates, diagrs. 12- 
mo. ( [French's standard library edi- 
tion]) © Dec. 18, 1935; 2 c. Feb. 5, 
1936; D 40792; Edward H. Coffey, 
jr. and Howard Lindsay, New York. 

1246 

Shepherd (The) king. See Old testa- 
ment dramas. 

Shirley; a play in 3 acts, by M. Levis 
and M. Powell. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1936 ; 
D 40718 ; Marjory Levis and Marion 
Powell, Jacksonville, Fla. 1247 

Shoe-woman (The) ; a pantomime in 
3 acts, by Albert V. English, the 
lyrics by A. V. English, the music by 
A. V. English and A. C. Green. Lon- 
don, New York [etc.] 1935. 44 p. 
8vo. ([French's acting edition, no. 
770] ) Text. © July 26, 1935 ; 1 c. 
Feb. 3, 1936; D 40674; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 1248 

Shooting of Wild Bill Hickock and the 
trial of Jack McCall ; a play in 2 
acts, by Pat Wood [i. e. P. Wood] 
and N. Perrigoue. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 
1936; D 41055; Nell Perrigoue and 
Patricia Wood, Deadwood, S. D. 

1249 

Short plays from American history and 
literature ; v. IV, by Olive M. Price. 
New York city, London, 1935. viii, 
145 p. 12mo. Contents. — The prince 
of the golden arrow. — The phantom 
ship. — The princess and the pirate. — 
The green dragon. — Vignette. — 
Travelin'. — The dance. © Dec. 27, 
1935; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1936; D 40600; 
Samuel French, New York. 1250 

Short (A) short story; a comedy in 1 
act, by Marion Short. New York, 
London [etc.] 1935. 22 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Oct. 30, 1935 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 
1936 ; D 40618 ; Samuel French, Now 
York. 1251 



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1252 



pt. I, v. 9 



Silver threads ; a melodrama in 3 acts, 
by E. Shelley. © 1 c. Feb. 20', 1936 ; 
D 40949; Elsa Shelley, Palenville, 
N. Y. 1252 

Singing (The) shepherd; a nativity 
play in 4 scenes, by Phyllis Stone. 
London, New York [etc.] 1935. 18 
p. 12mo. ([French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 30] ) © Mar. 15, 1935 ; 1 c. 
Feb. 3, 1936; D 40661; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 1253 

Siren's song; a play in 3 acts, with 
prologue, by George Lynn and V. 
Radclifee. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1936; D 
41053; George M. Lynn, Hollywood, 
Calif., and Virginia Radcliffe, West 
Los Angeles. 1254 

Sis Perkins ; a farcical comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by Wilbur Braun. New 
York, London [etc.] 1935. 126 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Sept. 25, 1935; 
2 c. Jan. 31, 1936 ; D 40587 ; Samuel 
French, New York. 1255 

Situation from life ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Cecil Madden, adapted from a 
Polish play, The two Messrs. B, by 
Mar j an Hemar. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1936; D 41054; Cecil Charles Mad- 
den, London. 1256 

Six fifths of gin ; a play is 3 acts, by 
A. N. C. Fowler. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1936 ; 
D 40717 ; Albert N. C. Fowler, Glens 
Falls, N. Y. 1257 

Six months to live. See Grand hotel. 

Sixteen ; a play in 3 acts, by Aimee 
and Philip Stuart. London, New 
York [etc.] Samuel French, ltd., 
1935. 89 p, diagrs. 8vo. ( [French's 
acting edition, no. 779] ) © June 18, 
1935; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936; D 40841; 
Aimee Stuart and Philip Stuart, 
London. 1258 

Skandal im konzerthaus ; spiel um 
einen konzertabend in 2 teilen, von 
Karl Farkas, musik von Wilhelm 
Grosz. Text. © 1 c. Dec. 9, 1935; 
D 40866; Wiener operettenverlag, 
g. m. b. h., Vienna. 1259 

Sleeping beauty ; an old story in a new 
drama, by T. B. Morris. London, 
New York [etc.] 1935. 31 p. 12mo. 
([French's plays for children, no. 
38]) © July 27, 1935; 1 c. Feb. 3, 
1936 ; D 40664 ; Samuel French, ltd., 
London. 1260 

Smiling service ; by R. M. Vale. © 1 c. 
Feb. 17, 1936; D 40878; Rena M. 
Vale, Los Angeles. 1261 



Smith and Brown radio script; no. 1, 
by W. Nash. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1936; 
D 40920; Wanda Nash, New York. 

1262 

Som det kunde ha gatt; [av] Ronald 
Fangen. Oslo, 1935. 131, [2] p. 
12mo. © Nov. 23, 1935 ; 1 c. Dec. 23; 
D 40769; Gyldendal Norsk forlag, 
Oslo, Norway. 1263 

Somebody knows ; a play in 3 acts, by 
John Van Druten. London, New 
York [etc.] Samuel French, ltd,, 
1935. 89 p. diagrs. 8vo. ( [French's 
acting edition, no. 687]) Contains 
music. © June 5, 1935; 1 c. Feb. 
3, 1936 ; D 40667 ; John Van Druten, 
London. 1264 

Something to talk about ; a comedy in 
3 acts, by Marie Doran. New York, 
London [etc.] 1935'. 90 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Oct. 7, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1936 ; D 40575 ; Samuel French, New 
York. 1265 

Son (The) of the star. See Bar 
Kochba. 

Song of India ; an historical drama in 
9 scenes, by R. C. Miles. © 1 c. Feb. 
17, 1936 ; D 40883 ; Rudgar Candland 
Miles, Washington. 1266 

Spike heels; a new comedy in 3 acts, 
by Don Edwards [pseud, of D. E. 
Baruch] and Don McClure [i. e. 
D. N. McClure] © 1 c. Feb." 10, 
1936; D 41034; Donald E. Baruch 
and Donald N. McClure, New York. 

1267 

Spirit bondage ; ( The story of Cynthia 
Ann Parker) A play in 3 acts, by 
J. R. Hill. © 1 c. Feb, 17, 1936; D 
40881 ; Jack Reicl Hill, San Antonio. 

1268 

Spirit (The) of the hell fighters; a 
Negro military drama with music, 
in 3 acts, by D. Donoghue. Text. © 

1 c. Feb. 8, 1936; D 40756; Dennis 
Donoghue, New York. 1269 

Spot crash. See Headliners for the 
campus. 

Spring fever, and other 1-act plays ; by 
Mabel A. Stanford. New York, Lon- 
don [etc.] 1936, 96 p. diagrs. 12- 
mo. ([French's standard library 
edition] ) Contents. — Spring fever. — 
Morning mood. — Syringa police- 
man.— The puzzle. © Jan. 10, 1936 ; 

2 c. Feb. 3 ; D 40622 ; Samuel French, 
New York. 1270 

Stalemate; a play in 3 acts, by J. War- 
wick. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1936; I) 40720; 
James Warwick, New York. 1271 



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no. 2, 1936 



1294 



Stamp-collecting cowboy. See Death 
Valley days. 

Stand at ease; a play in 3 acts, by J. 
Monks, jr. and F. F. Finklehoffe. © 
1 c. Feb. 14, 1936; D 40908; John 
Monks, jr., New York, and Fred F. 
Finklehoffe, Springfield, Mass. 1272 

Star in the heavens; a play in 3 acts, 
by Jess Lalo [pseud, of A. L. L. 
Offenthal, L. B. Slatus, and J. Stern] 
© 1 c. Jan. 2S, 1936 ; D 40897 ; Arnold 
L. L. Offenthal, New York, Leopold 
B. Slatus, Brooklyn, and Joan Stern. 
New York. 1273 

Star (A) shone; a nativity play in 3 
acts, by Alice C. D. Riley. New 
York, London [etc.] 1935. 4 p. 1., 
7-100 p. diagrs. 12mo. © Sept. 
30, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1936 ; D 40588 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 1274 

Star (The) triumphant; Eastern star 
Christmas pageant, by Carrie Baxter 
Jennings. Howard City, Mich., C. B. 
Jennings music co. [1935] 4 numb. 
1. fol. Cover-title. © Nov. 12, 
1935; 2 c. Dec. 4; D 40694; Carrie 
Baxter Jennings, Howard City, Mich. 

1275 

Statue of Liberty ; a farce in 1 act, by 
John Kirkpatrick. New York, Lon- 
don [etc.] 1935. 36 p. diagr. 12 
mo. © Nov. 11, 1935; 2 c. Feb. 3, 
1936 ; D 40601 ; Samuel French. New 
York. 1276 

Stories of Counselor Jones ; nos. 1-4, a 
dramatization of legal subjects on 
behalf of The Minnesota state bar 
association, by W. M. Kimball. © 
1 c. each Dec. 28, 1935; D 40700- 
40703; Willis M. Kimball, Minne- 
apolis. 1277—1280 

Story (The) of a song; an Easter 
pageant for beginners, primaries and 
juniors, by Martha Bayly, music by 
Arthur Grantley [pseud, of I. H. 
Meredith] New York, 1936. 14 p. 
Svo. © Jan. 15, 1936; 2 c. Feb. 6; 
D 39021; Tullar-Meredith co., New 
York. 1281 

Stranger (The) princess; a fairy play 
for children in 3 acts, by James 
Gardner Hellmann and Lorna Wil- 
liamson Talbot. New York, London 
[etc.] 1935. 3 p. 1., 59 p. diagrs. 
12mo. (The Junior league plays) 
© Nov. 11, 1935; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1936; 
D 40590; Samuel French, New York. 

1282 

Strangers at home; a play in 3 acts, 
by Charles Divine. Director's 
manuscript. © 1 c. Dec. 21, 1935; 



D 40894; Longmans, Green and co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
added matter] 1283 

New York, 1935. 3 p. 1., 

3-124 p. 12mo. ( [Longman's play 
series 1 ) The player's book. © Dec. 
IS. 1935; 2 c. Dec. 21; D 40696; 
Longmans, Green and co., New York. 

1284 

Stuffed (The) shirt; a play in 3 acts, 
by R. Shurr and P. A. Leonard. © 
1 c. Feb. 3, 1936; D 40635; Robert 
Shurr, Brooklyn, and Pat A. Leon- 
ard, New York. 12S5 

Summer's lease; a play in 3 acts, by 
Winifred Howe. London, New York 
[etc.] 1935. 80 p. plates. Svo. 
([French's acting edition, no. 77S] ) 
© July 3, 1935 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1936 ; D 
40670; Samuel French, ltd., London. 

1286 

Sun bath ; a comedy in 1 act, by Edna 
Becker. New York, London [etc.] 
1935. 33 p. diagr. 12mo. Copy- 
right, 1935 under the title Sun baths. 
© Nov. 11, 1935 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1936 ; D 
40597; Samuel French, New York. 

1287 

Sunbrite junior nurse corps ; programs 

nos. 1, 2, by Stack-Goble advertising 

agency. © 1 c. each Feb. 27, 1936; 

D 41085, 41066; Swift & co., Chicago. 

1288, 1289 

Suns beyond ; a musical drama, libretto 
and lyrics by P. Barry, musical 
score by K. Walton. 2d ed., rev. 
version. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1936; D 
39033; Kenneth Walton and Peter 
Barry, New York. 1230 

Sunset Village ; episode 1, a radio dra- 
matic program, by O. E. Soule. © 
1 c. Feb. 3, 1936; D 40643; Olan 
Bvart Soule, Chicago. 1291 

Surplus ; a play in 3 acts, by R. M. H. 
Matteson. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1936; D 
40716 ; Ruth M. H. Matteson, Duluth, 
Minn. 1292 

Survival ; a play in 4 acts, by M. 
Turetsky. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1936; 
D 40978 ; Milton Turetsky, Brooklyn. 

1293 

Syringa policeman. Sec Spring fever, 
and other 1-act plays. 

Tabloid of great events ; episode no. 1, 
by F. P. Wright. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1936 ; D 40911 ; Frank Parke Wright, 
San Francisco. 1294 



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1295 



pt. I, v. 9 



Tails — you win ! a comedy in 3 acts. 
by F. B. Cook. Completely revised 
play. © 1 c Feb. 14, 1936 ; D 40830 ; 
Frank B. Cook, Washington. 1295 

Tangled trails; a play of southern 
Indian days, by Eugene H. Blake. 
Columbia, S. C, The State company, 
1933. 72 p. 8vo. Contains music. 
© Jan. 1, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 13; D 
40782; Madge Mays Blake, Green- 
wood, S. C. 1296 

Tanzbar (Der) ; komodie in 3 akten, 
von Max Bertuch. Textbuch. © 1 c. 
Dec. 21, 1935; D 40868; Wiener 
operettenverlag, g. m. b. h., Vienna. 

1297 

Tarnished silver; a 1-act play, by 
Louise Taylor Gerdine. © 1 c. Feb. 
24, 1936; D 41015; Louise T. Ger- 
dine, San Francisco. 1298 

Tarry thou till I come; a religious 
drama in 1 act, by Anne Coulter Mar- 
tens. Chicago [1936] 30 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Feb. 13, 1936 ; 2 c. Feb. 17 ; 
D 40886 ; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 

1299 

Telephone (The) rings; a 1-act play, 
by Elizabeth Marsh. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 
1936 ; D 40798 ; Elizabeth B. Marsh, 
Los Angeles. 1300 

That guy Winkler ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by F. L. Baer. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1936 ; 
D 40927; Frank L. Baer, Washing- 
ton. 1301 

That rib of Adam; a play in 4 acts, 
by F. G. Manley. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1936; D 40930; Franklin G. Manley, 
New York. 1302 

That's what the doctor ordered; a 
farce comedy in 3 acts, by M. Oat- 
man. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1936 ; D 40641 ; 
Marta Oatman, Los Angeles. 1303 

There's money coming to you; an 
extempore in 1 act, by Peter Florin. 
London, New York [etc.] 1935. 23 p. 
diagr. l2mo. ([French's acting- 
edition, no. 1874] ) © Sept. 2. 1935 ; 
1 c. Feb. 3, 1936; D 40655; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 1304 

Thief (The) of time; program no. 1, 
by Jean V. Grombach and Ted Sills. 
© 1 c. Feb. 24. 1936 ; D 41001 ; Jean 
V. Grombach, inc., New York. 1305 

Thin ice; a play in 3 acts, by C. K. 
Gale. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1936 ; D 40806 ; 
Conrad K. Gale, New York. 1306 

Thirteen diamonds; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Marion Short. New York, 
London [etc.] 1935. 76 p. diagr. 



12mo. © Oct. 8, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1936 ; D 40576 ; Samuel French, New 
York. 1307 

Three blind mice ; by P. B. Miller. © 
1 c. Feb. 21, 1936 ; D 40977 ; Phyllis 
B. Miller, Chicago. 1308 

Three men on a horse ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by John Cecil Holm and George 
Abbott. New York, London [etc.] 
Samuel French, 1935. 5 p. 1., 3^141 
p. front., plates. 12mo. © June 
22, 1935 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1936 ; D 40654 ; 
John Cecil Holm, Westport, Conn. 

1309 

Three of us ; a play in 1 act, seven epi- 
sodes, dealing with a generation of 
Americans, by Edwin R. Meiss. 
New York city, 1936. 48 p. 8vo. © 
Feb. 11, 1936 ; 2 c. Feb. 15 ; D 41013 ; 
Cooperative nublishers, New York. 

1310 

Three sheets in the wind; a play in 3 
acts, by G. Unger and W. Armitage. 
© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1936; D 41030; 
Walter Armitage, West Los Angeles, 
and Gladys Unger, Hollywood, Calif. 

1311 

Three who loved. See First nighter. 

Thunderer, the wind fairy — a first aid 
champion ; a marionette play in 3 
scenes, by F. E. Dudley. © 1 c. Jan. 
2, 1936: D 40698; Frank Elijah Dud- 
ley, New York. 1312 

Thy son liveth ; a religious play, by 
Maryann Manly. Boston, Mass., Los 
Angeles, Cal. [1936] 26 p. 12mo. 
© Feb. 19, 1936; 2 c. Feb. 24; D 
40995 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

1313 

Tidal (The) wave; a play in 4 acts, 
by O. Marcus. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1938 ; 
D 40896 ; Otto Marcus, Toledo, Wash. 

1314 

Tite; tragi-comedie de Jean Magnon 
(1660) Critical edition, by Herman 
Bell. Baltimore, Md., The Johns 
Hopkins press; London, Humphrey 
Milford [etc.. etc.] 1936. 139 p. 4to. 
© Feb. 11, 1936; 2 c. Feb. 18; aff 
Feb. 17; A 91807; Johns Hopkins 
press, Baltimore. 1314* 

To make my bread. See Let freedom 



Tomboy ; a comedy in 3 acts, by Boyce 
Loving. New York, London [etc.] 
1935. 107 p. diagr. 12mo. © Nov. 
8, 1935; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1936; D 40607; 
Samuel French, New York. 1315 



64 



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no. 2, 1936 



1330 



Too many cuts leave little left ; a sketch 
by Kate Warriner and Harry Bruns- 
wick Loeb. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1930 ; D 
40943; Abraham Mandelstam, New 
York. 1310 

Touch wood ; a play in 3 acts, by C. L. 
Anthony [pseud, of D. G. Smith] 
London, New York [etc.] Samuel 
French, ltd., 1935. 92 p. plate. 8vo. 
([French's acting edition, no. 698]) 
© Oct. 2, 1935 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1930 ; D 
40868 ; D. G. Smith, London. 1317 

Tour (La) de Nesle ; par Alexandre 
Dumas, pere, edited with introduc- 
tion, notes and vocabulary, by T. A. 
Daley. Williamsport, Pa. [1935] v, 
190 p. Svo. © Oct. 19, 1935 ; 2 c. 
and aff. Jan. 28, 1936; A 90530; 
Bayard press, Williamsport, Pa. 
[Copyright is claimed on preface, in- 
troduction, note s, questionnaire, 
vocabulary] 1317* 

Tragedy of two friends; a play in 3 
ads, by Louis Hoffman. © 1 c. Feb. 
6, 1936; D 40790; Hyman Hoffman, 
New York. 1318 



Transcontinental (The) race. 
Death Valley days. 



See 



Transpacific; a comedy-drama in 3 
acts, by B. Marconnier. © 1 c. Feb. 
26. 1936; D 41044; Byrne Mar- 
connier. New York. 1319 



See Echoes of New 



Transportation. 
York town. 

Travel in'. See Short plays from Amer- 
ican history and literature. 

Treasure Chanukah; a fantasy, by 
Samuel Michael Segal. New York, 
1935. 16 p. 12mo. Contains music. 
© Nov. 20, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1930 ; 
1 ) 40734 ; Hebrew pub. co., New York. 

1320 

Trip (The) of the week; no. 1, dra- 
matic monologue, by H. C. Bernsten. 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1936; D 40727; H. C. 
Pcrnsten, Los Angeles. 1321 

Trois camarades; piece en 3 actes, 
par P. A. Break © 1 c. Pel). 17, 
1936; D 40970; Pierre Albert Breal, 
Paris. 1322 

Trouble; comedie en 3 actes, par H. 
Vermeil. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1936; D 
40960 ; Henry Vermeil, Paris. 1323 

True (The) adventure; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Stanley Kauffmann. New 
York, London' [etc.] 1935. 07 p. 
diagr. 12mo. ([French's standard 



library edition]) © Oct. 30, 1935; 
2 c. Feb. 3, 1936 ; D 40000 ; Samuel 
French, New York. 1324 

Turns without encores; modern black- 
outs, compiled by Norman H. Mil- 
ler. New York, London, 1935. 4 p. 
1., 3-102 p. 12mo. Contents- 
Hospital business today, by Charles 
Sherman. — Diogenes and his lamp, 
by Charles Sherman. — Oi ! Ve ! Nero ! 
by Robert Lewis Shayon. — Love 
around the world, by Marcus L. 
Bach. — Morning exercise, by Albert 
G. Miller. — The municipal barber 
shop, by Charles Sherman. — A ca- 
daver makes good, by Norman L. 
Zeno, jr. — On the honor play, by 
Charles Sherman. © Oct. 30, 1935 ; 
2 c. and aff. Feb. 5, 1936; A 91609; 
Samuel French, New York. 1325 



Tut-ank-hamen's widow, 
widow. 



See Tut's 



T u t's w i d o w (Tut-ank-hamen's 
widow) ; a melodrama-play with 
music setting, by L. Costantinn. 
Text. © 1 c. Jan. 31. 1930; D 40001 ; 
Luigi Costantino, New York. 1320 

Twentieth-century lulluby [sic] ; a 
play in 1 act, by Cedric Mount. 
[London] The Garamond press, ltd., 

1935. 18 p. Svo. (The Amateur 
theatre series of plays) © Dec. 18, 
1935 ; 1 c. Dec. 23 ; D 40795 ; Cedric 
Mount, London. 1327 

Twinkling (The) of an eye; mediaeval 
farce in 2 scenes, by J. W. Gould. 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1936 ; D 41035 ; Janet 
Williams Gould, Corona, Calif. 

1328 

Two (The) Marys; a 4-act Lenten 
drama, by Rev. Joseph P. Herbert, 
written around the dramatic events, 
that were enacted, during the First 
Holy Week, between Palm Sunday 
and Easter Sunday, as they are de- 
scribed in the Gospel narratives, 
written bv the Four Evangelists. 

1936. 40 p. Svo. © Feb. 18, 1936 ; 
2 c. Feb. 19; D 40933; Joseph P. 
Herbert. Brooklyn. 1329 



Two (The) Messn 
from life. 



B. See Situation 



Unemployed king ; a comedy in 1 act, 
by I). Lindsay. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1936 ; 
I) 40979; Donald Lindsay, Bloom- 
field, N. J. 1330 



65 



CATALOG OF COPYKIGHT ENTRIES 



1331 



pt. I, V. 9 



Unknown (The) soldier; by Judge 
M. A. Musmanno. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 
1936; D 40900; M. A. Musmanno, 
Pittsburgh. 1331 

Var sere og var makt; skuespill [av] 
Nordahl Grieg. Oslo, 1935. 3 p. 1., 
[9] -152 p. 8vo. © Sept. 23, 1935 ; 
1 c. Dec. 23; D 40770'; Gyldendal 
Norsk forlag, Oslo, Norway. 1332 

Vagabond (The) czar; a scenario, by 
Ivan Okuntsoff. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1936 ; 
D 40786; Ivan K. Okuntsoff, New 
York. 1333 

Verlorene ( Der ) sohn ; oper in 2 akten 
(sechs bilder, ein vor- und nachspiel) 
von Robert Heger, klavierauszug mit 
gesang von Erwin Stein. Wien [etc.] 
1935. 342 p. fol. © Oct. 18, 1935; 
1 c. Dec. 9; D 39025; Universal edi- 
tion, a. g., Vienna. 1334 

Wien [etc., 1935] 61 p. 

12mo. © Nov. 13, 1935; 1 c. Feb. 
13, 1936 ; D 40854 ; Universal edition, 
a.-g., Vienna. 1335 

Vic and Sade; Jan. 2, 3, 6-10, 13-17, 
20-24, 27-31, Feb. 3-4, 1936, by Paul 
Rhymer. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1936; D 
40765; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1336 

Victory (A) over religious prejudice. 
See Love's triumph. 

Vignette. See Short plays from Amer- 
ican history and literature. 

Vikingar ; a play, by J. Jonson. © 
1 c. Jan. 11, 1986; D 40737; Jon 
Jonson, El Monte, Calif. 1337 

Vincent Van Gogh ; a play in 8 acts, 
by A. Meyer. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1936; 
D 40704; Albrecht Meyer, Chicago. 

1338 

Virgin (The) of Iran ; a play in 2 acts, 
by Al C. Joy [i. e. A. C. Joy] © 1 c. 
Dec. 9, 1935; D 40559; Alexander 
Cartwright Joy, Berkeley, Calif., and 
Eugene Heyes, San Francisco. 1339 

Vive le roi ; comeYlie en 3 actes, de 
Louis Verneuil [pseud, of L. C. Du 
Boccage] © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1936; D 
40957 ; Louis Collin Du Boccage, Bou- 
logne-sur-Seine, France. 1340 

Vol (Le) nuptial. See Long distance 
flight. 

Vray (Le) mistere de la passion; 
d'apres Arnoul Greban (XVe siecle) 
adaptation par Ch. Gailly de Tau- 



rines et Leonel de la Tourrasse, mise 
en scene de Pierre Aldebert. Charle- 
ville [France] P. Anciaux., 1935. 
60 p. 8vo. © Oct. 1, 1935 ; 1 c. Nov. 
13; D 40646; Charles Gailly de 
Taurines, Charleville, Ardennes, 
France. 1341 

Wall street. See Echoes of New York 
town. 

Walls have ears; by H. S. Holbrook. © 

1 c. Jan. 24, 1936; D 40797; Helen 
Shelby Holbrook, Mobile. 1342 

Want ; a 1-act play for eight women, 
by Glady Foster. New York, London 
[etc.] 1935. 28 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Oct. 23, 1935; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1936; 
D 40599 ; Samuel French, New York. 

1343 

Warning (The) See Last (The) 
warning. 

Washingtons (The) at Mount Vernon ; 
by Mrs. Elmer Bramwell Funk [i. e. 
S. Mae Funk] A colonial play in 

2 acts [1936'] cover-title, 15 p. 
illus. 8vo. © Jan. 10, 1936; 2 c. 
Jan. 14; D 40693; S. Mae Funk, 
Warsaw, Ind. 1344 

Way after sundown ; a 1-act play, by 
S. Elton Stansell. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1936; D 40788; Samuel Elton Stan- 
sell, Painesville, O. 1345 

We hope to live; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by A. Oestricher. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1936 ; D 40850 ; Anne Oestricher, New 
York. 1346 

Weg (Der) der verheissung; ein Bibel- 
spiel [von] Franz Werfel. Wien 
[1935] 127, [1] p. 8 vo. © Dec. 
5, 1935; 1 c. Feb. 7, 1936; D 40722; 
Paul Zsolnay verlag, a. g. (Theater- 
abteilung) Vienna. 1347 

Welcome Valley; nos. 42-45, by Irna 
Phillips and Edgar A. Guest. © 1 c. 
each Feb. 8, 1936; D 40775-40778; 
Charles Daniel Frey co., Chicago. 

1348-1351 

Wenn liebe befiehlt ! operette in 3 
akten, von Julius Werth u. Gustav 
Quedenfeldt, bearbeitet von Eugen 
Rex, gesangstexte von Julius Werth, 
musik von Joseph Snaga; klavier- 
auszug zum dirigieren eingerichtet. 
Berlin [1935] 120 p. fol. © June 
15, 1935; 1 c. Sept. 3; D 39018; 
Deutscher biihnenvertrieb und Max 
Hesses verlag, Berlin. 1352 



66 



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no. 2, 1936 



1373 



Western (The) chamber. See Ro- 
mance of the western chamber. 

West-ward ho ! by D. R. Brooks and 
H. H. Steadman. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 
1936; D 40725; Dena Reed Brooks, 
Brooklyn, and Helen Harrison Stead- 
man, New York. 1353 

What a morning ; a phantasy in 3 acts, 
by E. L. Simon. Libretto. © 1 c. 
Feb. 17, 1936; D 40882; Edward Lee 
Simon, Atlanta. 1354 

What a relief! a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Boyce Loving. New York, London 
[etc.] 1935. 103 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Oct. 23, 1935; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1936; 
D 40612 ; Samuel French, New York. 

1355 

What are you going to be? script no. 1, 
by A. I. Gordon. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1936; I) 40902 ; 'Albert Isaac Gordon. 
Minneapolis. 1356 

What became of the cat? a 1-act com- 
edy, by Mary E. Roberts. New York, 
London [etc.] 1935. 13 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Oct. 3, 1935; 2 c. Feb. 3, 
1936 ; D 40615 ; Samuel French, New 
York. 1357 

What it takes ; a play in 1 act, by P. 
Stevenson. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1936; 
D 41031; Philip Stevenson, Ossining, 
N. Y. 1358 

What kind of man? a modern drama 
in 3 acts, by Mildred and Kent Mc- 
Kinley. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1936; D 
40847; Mildred McKinley and Kent 
McKinley, New York. 1359 

What! No background? a comedy in 
3 acts, by L. B. Wallace. © 1 c. 
Feb. 8, 1936 ; D 40749 ; Lew Barring- 
ton Wallace, Sharon Center, O. 1360 

What the well-dressed king will wear. 
Sec Headliners for the campus. 

White (The) phantom; a mystery play 
in 1 act, by Wilbur Braun. New 
York, London [etc.] 1935. 45 p. 
diagr. 12 mo. © Oct. 3, 1935 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 31, 1936; D 40570; Samuel 
French, New York. 1361 

White trash ; a play in 4 acts, by L. 
Disney. © I.e. Feb. 17, 1936 ; D 
40884; Loren Disney, New York. 

1362 

Who knocks? a 1-act play, by Mary 
E. Roberts. New York, London. 
[etc.] 1935. 21 p. diagr. 12mo. 



© Oct. 3, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1936; 
D 40579 ; Samuel French, New York. 

1363 

Who's guilty; a 3-act drama, by V. 
Williams. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1936; I) 
40638; Violet Williams, St. Louis. 

1364 

Why teachers go nuts ; a schoolroom 
farce in 1 act, by Preston Powell. 
New York, London [etc.] 1935. 24 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Sept. 20, 1935; 
2 c. Jan. 31, 1936 ; D 40581 ; Samuel 
French, New York. 1365 

Wild hobby-horses ; a farce-comedy in 

1 act, by John Kirkpatrick. New 
York. London [etc.] 1935. 48 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Sept. 30, 1935; 

2 c. Jan. 31, 1936 ; D 40582 ; Samuel 
French, New York. 1366 

Willie wows 'em ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by L. S. Bardoly. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 
1936; D 40851; Louis S. Bardoly, 
Cleveland. 1367 

Window (The) ; a drama in 1 act, by 
James Reach. New York, London 
[etc.] 1936. 23 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Jan. 15, 1936 ; 2 c. Feb. 3 ; D 40617 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 1368 

Wolves (The) ; a drama in 9 scenes, 
by Edward Peyton Harris [pseud, of 
G. E. Harris] © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1936; 
D 40827: George Edward Harris, 
New York. 1369 

Write to Mrs. Santa Claus ; a radio 
playlet in 9 episodes, by J. T. Wilkin- 
son. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1936; D 40875; 
Jessie Townley Wilkinson, Seattle. 

1370 

Ye quilting party of long ago; an 
amusing entertainment in 1 set, by 
Eleanor Maud Crane. New York, 
London [etc.] 1935. 24 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Nov. 18, 1935; 2 c. Feb. 3, 
1936 ; D 40613 ; Samuel French, New 
York. 1371 

You never can tell ; a play in 1 act, by 
Pearl Hollowav. Minneapolis, Minn. 
[1935] 20 p. 12mo. © Sept. 10, 
1935 ; 2 c. Aug. 30 ; D 40553 ; North- 
western press, Minneapolis. 1372 

Young Maimonides — lost and found ; a 
fantasy by Samuel Michael Segal. 
New York, 1935. 16 p. 8vo. © Apr. 
1, 1935: 2 c. Jan. 23, 1936; D 41102; 
Hebrew pub. co., New York. 1373 



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1374 



pt. I, v. 9 



Zaradia, the dream analyst; by F. E. 
Yasah. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1936 ; D 40640 ; 
Franklin E. Yasah, New York. 1374 

Zizippe ; comedie-vaudeville en 3 actes, 
de C. Mere. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1936 ; D 
40965 ; Charles Mere, Paris. 1375 



Zmn heiligen Antonius ; operette in 3* 
akten, von A. Fencl ul Georg Balda, 
musik von Jara Benesch, neue bear- 
beitung von Fritz Lohner-Beda. 
Text. © 1 c. Dec. 21, 1935 ; D 40867 ; 
Wiener operettenverlag, g. m. b. h„ 
Vienna. 1376 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the catalog 
since Jan. 1, 1936: 

Dramatic compositions (including 774 unpublished) 1,068 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 33 unpub- 
lished) 131 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including unpublished) : — 8 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 3 

unpublished) — 17 

Total 1,224 



68 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 
1909 [1376 



Divorce (Un) ; piece en 3 actes, par P. 
Bourget and A. Cury. © Paul Bour- 
get and Andre Cury, Paris, as the 
authors. R 42064, Jan. 23, 1936. 1 

His Uncle John ; a play in 3 acts with 
prologue, by H. R. Woodman. © 
Hannah Rea Woodman, Wichita, 
Kan., as the author. R 42580, Jan. 
15, 1936. 2 

Mater; an American study in comedy, 
by P. MacKaye. © Percy MacKaye, 
Windsor, Vt., as the author. R 42407, 
Jan. 31, 1936. 3 

Miracle (A) of love; by M. D. Salvini. 
© Maud Dixon Salvini, New York, 
as the author. R 42052, Jan. 20, 
1936. 4 

Night (The) of the entertainment; a 
comedy in 2 acts for college girls, by 



Anna Wynne. © Jane O. Ryan, New 
York, as the next of kin of the au- 
thor, who is not living. R 41913, 
Jan. 11, 1936. 5 

Rube and his ma ; a merry rural com- 
edy drama in 3 acts, by William and 
Josephine Giles. © William Giles 
and Josephine Giles, Toledo, as the 
authors. R 41912, Jan. 11, 1936. 6 

Trip (A) to Storyland; a musical play 
for children, by E. F. Guptill. © 
Elizabeth F. Guptill, North Berwick, 
Me., as the author. R 42406, Jan. 18, 
1936. * 7 

YVhite (The) silhouette, and other act- 
ing monologues ; by Evangeline M. 
Lent [i. e. E. M. L. Bretherton] © 
Evangeline M. Lent Bretherton, New 
York, as the author. R 41914, Jan. 
11, 1936. 8 



69 



CLASSES L AND M 

MOTION PICTURES 



Adventures (The) of Frank Merriwell ; 
by Gilbert Patten [pseud, of Burt L. 
Standish], screen play by George 
Plympton, Maurice Geraghty, Ella 
O'Neill and Basil Dickey, directed by 
Cliff Smith. 2 reels each. © Uni- 
versal productions, inc., New York. 
1377-1379 

Chap. 7, Monster of the deep. © 
Feb. 12, 1936; 2 c. Feb. 12; de- 
scription Feb. 13 ; L 6130: 

Chap. 8, The tragic victory. © Feb. 
18, 1936 ; 2 c. Feb. 18 ; description 
Feb. 19; L 6148. 

Chap. 9, Between savage foes. © 
Feb. 27, 1936; 2 c. Feb. 27; de- 
scription Feb. 28; L 6166. 

Alaska sweepstakes ; story by Walter 
Lantz and Victor McLeod. (A Wal- 
ter Lantz production) Reel. ©Feb. 
3, 1936 ; 2 c. Feb. 1 ; description Feb. 
4 ; M 6165 ; Universal productions, 
inc., New York. 1380 

All business; story by Leslie Good- 
wins and Jean Yarbrough, directed 
by Jean Yarbrough. 2 reels. © Feb. 
3, 1936 ; 2 c. and description Feb. 3 ; 
L 6111; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 1381 

Alladin from Manhattan ; story by 
Ewart Adamson, directed by Alt" 
Goukling. 2 reels. © Feb. 17, 1936 ; 
2 c. and description Feb. 17 ; L 6141 ; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc. r New York. 

1382 

Alpine (The) yodeler; by Frank Moser 
and Paul Terry. Reel. © Feb. 18, 
1936; 2 c. and description Feb. 18; 
M 6219; Moser & Terry, inc., New 
Rochelle, N. Y. 1383 

Ants in the pantry ; story and screen 
play by Al Giebler, directed by Pres- 
ton Black. 2 reels. © Feb. 5, 1936 : 
2 c. Feb. 5; description Feb. 8; L 
6120; Columbia pictures corp., New 
York. 1384 

As a matter of fact. Reel. © Jan. 
31, 1936; 2 c. and description Feb. 
12; M 6190; AudiVision, inc., New 
York. 1385 



Bars of hate; adapted from the story 
Vengeance of the Lord [by Peter B. 
Kyne], screen play by Al Martin, di- 
rected by Al Herman. 6 reels. © 
Feb. 21, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 21; L 6153; Victory pictures 
corp., New York. 1386 

Behind the mask. See Fighting (The) 
marines. 

Betty Boop and the little king; ani- 
mated by Myron Waldman and 
Hicks Lokey, directed by Dave 
Fleischer. Reel. © Feb. 11, 1936; 
2 c. Feb. 17 ; description Feb. 11 ; M 
6206; Paramount productions, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 1387 

Between savage foes. See Adventures 
(The) of Frank Merriwell. 

Beware of blondes ; story by Wm. Wat- 
son and Arthur Jarrett, produced by 
Al Christie. 2 reels. © Feb. 7, 
1936; 2 c. and description Feb. 11; 
L 6125; Educational productions, 
inc., New York. 1388 

Bird scouts ; directed by Burt Gillett 
and Tom Palmer. (Rainbow parade, 
no. 13) Reel. © Sept. 20, 1935; 
2 c. and description Feb. 17 ; M 6205 ; 
Van Beuren corp., New York. 1389 

Bird (The) stuff er; story by Sid Mar- 
cus, animation by Art Davis. (A 
Charles Mintz production) Reel. © 
Jan. 30, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 30 ; descrip- 
tion Feb. 8 ; M 6171 ; Screen gems, 
inc., Los Angeles. 1390 

Boulder dam ; based on story Boulder 
dam by Dan M. Templin, screen play 
by Sy Bartlett and Ralph Block, di- 
rected by Frank McDonald. 7 reels. 
© Feb. 26. 1936; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Feb. 27: L 6162: Warner bros. 
pictures, inc., New York. 1391 

Bridge (The) of sighs; story and 
screen play by Arthur T. Horman. 
directed by Phil Rosen. 7 reels. © 
Feb. 18, 1936; 2 c. Feb. 18; descrip- 
tion Feb. 19 ; L 6143 ; Invincible pic- 
tures corp., New York. 1392 



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no. 2, 1936 



1411 



Camera cranks; story by Stanley 
Rauh, directed by Jack Townley. 2 
reels. © Jan. 17, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Feb. 3 ; L 61 13 ; KKO-radio 
pictures, inc., New York. 1393 

Cat (The) came back; no. 7138, anima- 
tion by Bob McKimson and Ben 
Clopton. (Merrie melodies) Reel. 
© Feb. 24, 193G ; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 24; M 6231; Vitapbone Corp., 
New York. 1394 

Chatterbox; from the play by David 
Carb, screen play by Sam Mintz, di- 
dected by George Nicholls r jr. 7 
reels. © Jan. 17, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Feb. 3; L 6112; KKO-radio 
pictures, inc., New York. 1395 

Check your sombrero; no. 1899^-1900, 
continuity by A. Dorian Otvos and 
George J. Bennett, directed by Roy 
Mack. 2 reels. © Feb. 17, 1936; 
2 c. and description Feb. 17 ; L 6133 ; 
Vitapbone Corp.. New York. 1396 

Clean (A) shaven man; animated by 
Seymour Kneitel and Roland Cran- 
dall. directed by Dave Fleischer. 
Reel. © Feb. 13. 1936; 2 c. and de- 
scription Feb. 13; M 61S8 : Para- 
mount productions, inc. r Hollywood, 
Calif. 1397 

Coffee from the clouds ; presented by 
the National federation of coffee 
growers of Colombia. 2 reels. © 
June 20, 1934; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1936; 
description Feb. 3 ; M 6187 ; Federa- 
cion nacional de cafeteros de Co- 
lombia, New York. 1398 

Crime (The) patrol; story by Arthur 
T. Horman, continuity and dialogue 
by Betty Burbridge, directed by Eu- 
gene Cummings. 7 reels. © Feb. 10, 
1936; 2 c. Feb. 10; description Feb. 
11 ; L 6127 ; Empire film distributors, 
inc., New York. 1399 

Cultivating Plymouth owners ; by Busi- 
ness training corp. Reel. © Jan. 
31, 1936; 2 c. and description Feb. 
19 ; M 6223 ; Chrysler corp., Detroit. 

1400 

Damon Runyon's Professional soldier. 
See Professional, soldier. 

Dark (The) hour; from the novel The 
last trap by Sinclair Gluck, screen 
play by Ewart Adainson, directed by 
Charles Lamont. 7 reels. © Jan. 
30, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 30; description 



Feb. 1; L 6103; Chesterfield motion 
picture corp. r New York. 1401 

Death from the sky. Sec Fighting 
(The) marines. 

Divot diggers ; directed by Robert Mc- 
Gowan. 2 reels. © Feb. 6, 1936; 
2 c. and description Feb. 17 ; L 6138 ; 
Metro-Gold wyn-Mayer Corp., New 
York. 1402 

Dr. Blue Bird ; story by Ben Harrison, 
animation by Manny Gould. Reel. 
© Feb. 11, 1936 ; 2 c. Feb. 11 ; descrip- 
tion Feb. 15; M 6203; Screen gems, 
inc., Los Angeles. 1403 

Don't gamble with love ; story and 
screen play by Lee Loeb and Harold 
Buchman, directed by Dudley Mur- 
phy. 7 reels. © Feb. 25, 1936 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 27 ; description Feb. 26 ; L 6164 ; 
Columbia pictures Corp., New York. 

1404 

Don't get personal ; story by William 
Thiele and Edmund L. Hartmann, 
screen play by George Waggner, di- 
rected by William Nigh. 7 reels. © 
Feb. 20,. 1936 ; 2 c. Feb. 26 ; descrip- 
tion Feb. 21 ; L 6161 ; Universal pro- 
ductions, inc., New York. 1405 

Drift fence; from the novel by Zane 
Grey, screen play by Robert Yost 
and Stuart Anthony, directed by 
Otho Lovering. 6 reels. © Feb. 17, 
1936 ; 2 c. and description Feb. 17 ; 
L 6142 ; Paramount productions, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 1406 

Dumb bell letters; no. 21, 22, edited 
by Juliet Lowell from her collection 
of Dumb-belles lettres. 1 reel each. 
© Jan. 3, Feb. 3, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription each Feb. 3 ; M 6159 r 6160 ; 
Van Beuren corp., New York. 

1407, 1408 

Etiquette. (Easy Aces no. 4) Reel. 
© Nov. 29, 1935; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Feb. 20, 1936; M 6228; Van 
Beuren corp., New York. 1409 

Eyes under the fenders. Reel. © Jan. 
17, 1936; 2 c. and description Feb. 
12; M 6191; AudiVision, inc., New 
York. 1410 

Face (A) in the fog; adapted from 
Peter B. Kyne's The great Mono 
miracle, screen play by Al Martin, 
directed by Bob Hill. 6 reels. © 
Feb. 28, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 28 ; L 6165 ; Victory pictures 
corp., New Y^ork. 1411 



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Fighting coward; [by Peter B. Kyne], 
adapted from the story The last 
assignment, screen play by Al Mar- 
tin, directed by Dan Milner. 6 reels. 
© Feb. 25, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 25; L 6155; Victory pictures 
Corp., New York. 1412 

Fighting (The) marines ; chap. 7-12. 
7. Jungle terrors. — 8. Siege of Half- 
way Island. — 9. Death from the 
sky. — 10. Wheels of destruction. — 11. 
Behind the mask. — 12. Two against 
the horde. Story by Wallace Mac- 
Donald, Maurice Geraghty and Ray 
Trampe, screen play by Barney 
Sarecky and Sherman Lowe, directed 
by B. Reeves Eason and Joseph 
Kane. 12 reels. © Dec. 28, 1935; 
2 c. and description Feb. 25, 1936 ; 
L 6156; Mascot pictures Corp., New 
York. 1413 

Finer points ; narration by Ted Husing. 
(Sportlight) Reel. © Feb. 24, 1936; 
2 c. Feb. 24; description Feb. 25; 
M 6234 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 1414 

Fisherman's luck; narration by Ed 
Thorgersen. (A treasure chest pro- 
duction) Reel. © Jan. 31, 1936; 
2 c. and description Feb. 11 ; M 6177 ; 
Skibo productions, inc., New York. 

1415 

Fox movietone news ; Laurence Starl- 
ings editor. 1 reel each. © Movie- 
tonews, inc., New Y T ork. 1416-1429 

V. 18, no. 27. © Dec. 17, 1935 ; 2 c. 
and description Feb. 18, 1936; M 
6220. 

V. 18, no. 28^-35. © Dec. 19, 24, 26, 
31, 1935, Jan. 2, 7, 9, 14, 1936; 
2 c. and description each Feb. 14; 
M 6195-6202. 

V. 18, no. 36-40. © Jan. 16, 21, 23, 
28, 30, 1936; 2 c. and description 
each Feb. 26 ; M 6237-6241. 

Geological work of ice; by Carey 
Croneis. Reel. © Oct. 30, 1935; 
2 c. Feb. 11, 1936; description Dec. 
14, 1935 ; M 6179 ; University of Chi- 
cago, Chicago. 1430 

Ghost (The) goes West; based on a 
story by Eric Keown, film play by 
Robert E. Sherwood, scenario by 
Goeffrey Kerr, directed by Rene 
Clair. 10 reels. © Feb. 10, 1936; 
2 c. and description Feb. 10 ; L 6121 ; 
London film productions, ltd., Lon- 
don. 1431 

Giv'im air ; story by David Freedman, 
produced by Al Christie. (An edu- 



cational star personality comedy) 
2 reels. © Feb. 14, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 18; L 6146; Educa- 
tional productions, inc., New York. 

1432 

Great (The) Mono miracle. See Face 
(A) in the fog. 

Ground water ; by Carey Croneis. 
Reel. © Oct. 30, 1935 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1936; description Dec. 14, 1935; M 
6183 ; University of Chicago, Chicago. 

1433 

Handling first interviews ; by Business 
training corp. Reel. © Jan. 31, 
1936 ; 2 c. and description Feb. 19 ; 
M 6225; Chrysler Corp., Detroit. 

1434 

Hell-ship Morgan; story and screen 
play by Harold Shumate, directed by 
D. Ross Lederman. 7 reels. © 
Feb. 10, 1936; 2 c. Feb. 10; descrip- 
tion Feb. 11 ; L 6126 ; Columbia pic- 
tures corp., New York. 1435 

Home town Olympics ; by Frank Moser 
and Paul Terry. Reel. © Feb. 7, 
1936; 2 c. and description Feb. 11; 
M 6176; Moser & Terry, inc., New 
RocheUe, N. Y. 1436 

Hy Mayer's skits 'n' sketches. Reel. 
© Feb. 14, 1936; 2 c. Feb. 14; de- 
scription Feb. 15 ; M 6194 ; Universal 
productions, inc., New York. 1437 

Ice cut-ups ; narrative by Jack Kofoed, 
described by Ford Bond. (News 
world of sports) Reel. © Jan. 31, 
1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 31 ; description Feb. 
1 ; M 6157 ; Columbia pictures Corp., 
New York. 1438 

Important news ; directed by Edwin 
Lawrence. Reel. © Jan. 28, 1936; 
2 c. and description Feb. 17 ; L 6140 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 1439 

Jaunt (A) to farthest north arctic 
Alaska, April to October, 1934. © 
title, description and 6 prints reed. 
Feb. 1, 1936 ; M 6158 ; Lewis Thomas 
Greist, Lake Forest, 111. 1440 

Jaws of the jungle ; story narrative by 
Eddy Graneman, narrator Cliff 
Howell, edited by Holbrook Todd. 6 
reels. © Feb. 11, 1936 ; 2 c. Feb. 11 ; 
description Feb. 15; L 6131; Jay 
Dee Kay productions, Los Angeles. 

1441 



Jungle terror 
marines. 



See Fighting (The) 



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1459 



Katz' pajamas; no. 1903-04, story by 
A. Dorian Otvos and George J. Ben- 
nett, directed by Joseph Henabery. 
2 reels. © Feb. 3, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 3; L 6104; Vita- 
phone Corp., New York. 1442 

King of the islands ; no. 7234-35, story 
and screen play by .Toe Traub, 
directed by Ralph Staub. 2 reels. 
© Feb. 17, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 17; L 6137; Vitaphone Corp., 
New York. 1443 

Kyne's (Peter B.) Bars of hate. See 
Bars of hate. 

Kyne's (Peter B.) Fighting coward. 
See Fighting coward. 

Land (The) of coffee; presented by the 
National federation of coffee growers 
of Colombia. 3 reels. © June 20, 
1934 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1936 ; description 
Feb. 3; M 6185 ;'Federacion nacional 
de caieteros de Colombia, New York. 

1444 

Last (The) assignment. See Fighting 
coward. 

Last (The) trap.- See Dark (The) 
hour. 

Lure (The) of the Andes ; presented by 
the National federation of coffee 
growers of Colombia. 2 reels. © 
June 20, 1934; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1936; 
description Feb. 3; M 6186; Federa- 
eion nacional de cafeteros de Colom- 
bia, New York. 1445 

Mental attitude; by Harry G. Kebel. 
© title, description and 68 prints 
reed. Feb. 26, 1936; M 6242; Stand- 
ard brands, inc., New York. 1446 

Milky (The) way; from a play by 
Lynn Root and Harry Clork, screen 
play by Grover Jones, Frank Butler 
and Richard Connell, directed by 
Leo MeCarey. 10 reels. © Feb. 11, 
1936 ; 2 c. and description Feb. 11 ; 
L 6128 ; Paramount productions, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 1447 

Modern times ; written and directed by 
Charles Chaplin. 10 reels. © Feb. 
5, 1936 ; 2 c. and description Feb. 11 ; 
L 6124 ; Charles Chaplin, Hollywood, 
Calif. 1448 

Modern Tokyo. (FitzPatrick-M. G. M. 
travel talk) Reel. © Jan. 24, 1936; 
2 c. and description Feb. 6 : M 6170 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 1449 

Molly Moo-cow and the Indians ; 
directed by Burt Gillett and Tom 



Palmer. (Rainbow parade no. 1) 
Reel. © Nov. 15, 1935 ; 2 c. descrip- 
tion Feb. 4; M 6166; Van Beuren 
corp., New York. 1450 

Monster of the deep. See Adventures 
(The) of Frank Merriwell. 

Morocco. ( World on parade series, no. 
4) Reel. © Jan. 10, 1936 ; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 3; M 6161; Van 
Beuren corp., New York. 1451 

Mountain buildings ; by Carey Croneis. 
Reel. © Oct. 30, 1935 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1936; description Dec. 14, 1935; M 
6180; University of Chicago, Chicago. 

1452 

Movie maniacs ; story and screen play 
bv Felix Adler, directed by Del Lord. 
2 reels. © Feb. 25, 1936 ; 2 c. Feb. 
27 ; description Feb. 26 ; L 6163 ; Co- 
lumbia pictures corp., New York. 

1453 

Movie melodies on parade; continuity 
by Milton Hocky and Fred Rath, 
directed by Fred Waller. Reel. © 
Feb. 17, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 17: M 6207; Paramount pic- 
tures, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 1454 

Movie milestones ; [series] 5, no. 2, 
narrated by Alois Havrilla, com- 
mentary by H. A. Woodmansee. 
Reel. © Feb. 13, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 13; M 6189; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 1455 

Music (The) goes 'round; story by Sid- 
ney Buchman, screen play by Jo 
Swerling, directed by Victor Schertz- 
inger. 9 reels. © Feb. 25, 1936; 
2 c. Feb. 25; description Feb. 26; 
L 6160; Columbia pictures corp., 
New York. 1456 

Muss 'em up ; from the novel by James 
Edward Grant, screen play by Erwin 
Gelsev, directed by Charles Vidor. 
8 reels. © Feb. 14, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 20 ; L 6151 ; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 1457 

My marriage ; original screen play by 
Frances Hyland, directed by George 
Archainbaud. 7 reels. © Feb. 7, 
1936; 2 c. and description Feb. 18; 
L 6144: Twentieth century-Fox film 
corp., New York. 1458 

Nature's handiwork ; no. 1857, dialogue 
by Ira Genet, edited by Bert Frank. 
(E. M. Newman's Our own United 
States) Reel. © Feb. 17, 1936; 2 c. 
and description Feb. 17; M 6204; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 1459 



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1460 



pt. I, V. 9 



New (The) U. S. royal master with 
centipede grip. Reel. © Feb. 5, 
1936; 2 c. and description Feb. 12; 
M 6193 ; Audi Vision, inc., New York. 

1460 

Next time we love; based on Ursula 
Parrott's story Say goodbye again, 
screen play by Melville Baker, di- 
rected by Edward H. Griffith. 9 
reels. © Feb. 4, 1936; 2 c. and de- 
scription Feb. 5 ; L 6116 ; Universal 
productions, inc., New York. 1461 

No other one; animated by Thomas 
Johnson,, directed bv Dave Fleischer. 
Reel. © Feb. 3, 1936; 2 c. Feb. 3; 
description Feb. 4; M 6164; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 1462 

Odd occupations ; no. 1858, dialogue by 
Ira Genet, edited by Bert Frank. 
(E. M. Newman's Our own United 
States) Reel. © Feb. 10, 1986; 2 
c. and description Feb. 10; M 6174; 
Vitaphone Corp., New York. 1463 

Oh Evaline ; no. 1873-74, story by Cy- 
rus Wood, directed by Roy Mack. 
2 reels. © Feb. 17, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 17; L 6132; Vita- 
phone corp.,. New York. 1464 

Orphans' picnic. Reel. © Feb. 21, 
1936; 2 c. Feb. 21; description Feb. 
24; M 6233; Walt Disney produc- 
tions, ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 1465 

Paramount news ; no. 44-52. 1 reel 
each. © Dec. 30, 1935, Jan. 2, 6, 
9, 13, 16, 20,. 23, 27, 1936; 2 c. and 
description each Feb. 17 ; M 6208- 
6216; Paramount productions, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 1466-1474 

Paramount pictorial 5 ; no. 7. Reel. 
© Feb. 11, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 11; M 6175; Paramount pro- 
ductions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

1475 

Peter B. Kyne's Bars of hate. See 
Bars of hate. 

Peter B. Kyne's Fighting coward. See 
Fighting coward. 

Petrified (The) forest; play by Robert 
Emmet Sherwood, screen play by 
Charles K'enyon and Delmer Daves, 
directed by Archie L. Mayo. 8 reels. 
© Feb. 5, 1986; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 5; L 6118; Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 1476 

Picking out the hot ones ; by Business 
training corp. Reel. © Jan. 31, 
1936; 2 c. and description Feb. 19; 
M 6222; Chrysler corp., Detroit. 

1477 



Pinch (The) singer ; directed by Fred 
Newmeyer. 2 reels, © Feb. 6, 1936 ; 
2 c. and description Feb. 17 ; L 6139 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 1478 

Planned selling wins ; by Business 
training corp. Reel. © Jan. 31, 
1936; 2 c. and description Feb. 19; 
M 6226; Chrysler corp., Detroit. 

1479 

Pointers on prospecting; by Business 
training corp. Reel. © Jan. 31, 
1936; 2 c. and description Feb. 19; 
M 6221; Chrysler corp.; Detroit. 

1480 

Professional soldier; [by Damon Rmi- 
yon] r screen play by Gene Fowler 
and Howard Ellis Smith, directed by 
Tay Garnett. 9 reels. © Jan. 24, 
1936 ; 2 c. a»d - >dB£ei%itJon Feb. 18 ; 
L 6145; Twentieth century-Fox film 
corp., New York. 1481 

Radiobarred; story by Charles Rob- 
erts, directed by. Leslie Goodwins. 2 
reels. © Feb. 3, 1936; 2 c. and de- 
scription Feb. 3 ; L 6110 ; RKO-radio 
pictures, inc., New York. 1482 

Real (The) New York. 2 reels. © 
Aug. 1, 1935; 2 c and description 
Feb. 28, 1986; M 6243; Hartley- 
Leonard productions, New York. 

1488 

Roarin' guns; original story and con- 
tinuity by Joseph O'Donnell, directed 
by Sam Newfield. 7 reels. © Feb. 
21 r 1936; 2 c. and description Feb. 
21; L 6152; Puritan pictures corp.. 
New York. 1484 

Rose-Marie; based on the stage pro- 
duction of Arthur Hammerstein, 
from the play by Otto A. Harbach 
and Oscar Hammerstein, :2hd, screen 
play by Francis Goodrich, Albert 
Hackett and Alice Duer Miller, di- 
rected by W. S. Van Dyke. 11 reels. 
© Jan. 27, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 6; L 6119; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 1485= 

Run sheep, run. Reel. © Jan. 29, 
1986; 2 c. and description Feb. 24; 
M 6232; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 1486 

Rimy on' s (Damon) Professional sol- 
dier. See Professional soldier. 

Salesmanaging your business ; bv Busi- 
ness training corp. Reel. © Jan. 
31, 1936; 2 c and description Feb. 
19; M 6224; Chrysler Corp., Detroit. 

1487 



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1513 



Say goodbye again. See Next time we 
love. 

Seein' stars; no. 1700, story by Good- 
man Ace. directed by Lloyd French. 
Reel. © Feb. 17, 1036; 2 c. and de- 
scription Feb. 10 ; L G140 ; Vitaphone 
Corp., New York. 1488 

Selling the g-o-l-d-e-n p-l-y. Reel. © 
Jan. 17, 1036; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 12; M 6102; AudiVision, inc., 
New York. 1480 

Selling to women; by Business train- 
ing corp. Reel. © Jan. 31, 1036; 
2 c. and description Feb. 10 ; M 6227 ; 
Chrysler Corp., Detroit. 1400 

Shop talk ; no. 1001-02, story by Burnet 
Hershey and Jack Henley, directed 
by Lloyd French. 2 reels. © Feb. 
24, 103©; 2 c. and description Feb. 
26; L 6157; Vitaphone Corp., New 
York. 1401 

Siege of Halfway Island. See Fight- 
ing (The) marines. 

Signing off; directed by Milton 
Schwarzwald. 2 reels. © Feb. 3, 
1036; 2 c. Feb. 1 ; description Feb. 
4 : L 6115 ; Universal pictures Corp., 
New York. 1402 

Slide, Nellie, slide; no. 7238-30, story 
by Bert Granet, directed by Murray 
Roth. 2 reels. © Feb. 17, 1936; 
2 c. and description Feb. 17 ; L 6136 ; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 1493 

Slumberland express ; story by Walter 
Lantz and Victor McLeod. Reel. © 
Feb. 28, 1036; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 20; M 6245; Universal produc- 
tions, inc., New York. 1494 

Song of the saddle ; story and screen 
play bv William Jacobs, directed by 
Louis King. 6 reels. © Feb. 5, 1036 
2 c. and description Feb. 5; L 6117 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New 
York. 1405 

Study and understudy; no. 1032-33, 
story by Cyrus D. Wood and A. Dor- 
ian Otvos, directed by Roy Mack. 2 
reels. © Feb. 17, 1036 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Fob. 17; L 6134; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 1406 

They're off ; no. 1010-20, story by Jack 
Henley and Burnet Hershey, directed 
by Lloyd French. 2 reels. © Feb. 3, 
1036 ; 2 c. and description Feb. 3 ; L 
6105; Vitaphone corp., New York. 

1407 

This is the life ; based on a story by 
Gene Towne and Graham Baker, 
screen play by Lamar Trotti and 



Arthur Ilorman, directed by Mar- 
shall Neilan. 8 reels. © Oct. 18, 
1035; 2 c. and description Feb. 26, 
1036; L 6158; Twentieth centnry- 
Fox film corp., New York. 1498 

Timothy's quest ; from the novel by 
Kate Douglas Wiggin, screen play by 
Virginia Van Upp, Dore Senary and 
Gilbert W. Pratt, directed by Charles 
Barton. 7 reels. © Feb. 11, 1836; 
2 c. and description Feb. 11 ; L 6120 ; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 1400 

Tomorrow's halfback. (Sports with 
Bill Corum, no. 4) Reel. © Jan. 
24, 1036 ; 2 c. and description Feb. 11 ; 
M 6178; Van Beuren corp., New 
York. 1500 

Toonerville trolley ; directed by Burt 
Gillett and Tom Palmer. (Rainbow 
parade no. 4) Reel. © Jan. 17, 
1936 ; 2 c. and description Feb. 4 ; M 
6167 ; Van Beuren corp., New York. 

1501 

Tough guy; original story and screen 
play by Florence Ryerson and Edgar 
Allan Woolf, directed by Chester M. 
Franklin. 8 reels. © Jan. 24, 1936 ; 
2 c. and description Feb. 3 ; L 6109 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 1502 

Tragic (The) victory. See Adventures 
(The) of Frank Merriwell. 

Two against the horde. See Fighting 
(The) marines. 

Universal newsreel. 1 reel each. © 

Universal pictures corp., New York. 

1503-1512 

No. 417, 418. © Dec. 24, 27, 1035; 
2 c. each Feb. 3, 1036; description 
each Jan. 29 ; M 6162, 6163. 

No. 410, 420. © Dec. 31, 1035, Jan. 
3, 1036: 2 c. each Feb. 6; descrip- 
tion each Feb. 5; M 6168, 6160. 

No. 421, 422. © Jan. 7, 10, 1936 ; 2 c. 
each Feb. 17 ; description each Feb. 
12 ; M 6217, 6218. 

No. 423, 424. © Jan. 14, 17, 1036; 
2 c. each Feb. 20 ; description each 
Feb. 10 ; M 6220, 6230. i 

No. 425, 426. © Jan. 21, 24, 1936; 
2 c. and description each Feb. 26; 
M 6235, 6236. 

Uppercutlets ; story by and directed bv 
Al Boasberg. 2 reels. © Jan. 24, 
1036; 2 c. and description Feb. 4; L 
6114; RKO-radio pictures, inc., New 
York. 1513 



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pt. I, v. 9 



Vamp till ready; directed by Charles 
Parrott and Harold Law. 2 reels. 
© Feb. 6, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 18; L 6147; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 1514 

Vengeance of the Lord. See Bars of 
hate. 

Victoria and Vancouver, gateways to 
Canada; directed by Benjamin D. 
Sharpe. (James A. FitzPatrick 
traveltalk) Reel. © Feb. 1, 1936; 
2 c. and description Feb. 10 ; M 6173 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 1515 

Vitaphone headliners ; no. 1905. Reel. 
© Feb. 24, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 24; L 6154; Vitaphone Corp., 
New York. 1516 

Vitaphone music hall ; no. 186S. Reel. 
© Feb. 10, 1938 ; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 10; L 6123; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 1517 

Vitaphone troupers; no. 1906. Reel. 
© Feb. 3, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 3 ; L 6108 ; Vitaphone corp., New 
York. 1518 

Vitaphone variete" ; no. 1895. Reel. © 
Feb. 3, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 3 ; L 6107 ; Vitaphone corp., New 
York. 1519 

Vodka (The) boatmen; no. 1848-49, 
story by Jack Henley and Burnet 
Hershey, directed by Lloyd French. 
2 reels. © Feb. 17, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 17; L 6135; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 1520 

Voice (The) of Bugle Ann; from the 
book by MacKinlay Kantor, screen 
play by Harvey Gates and Samuel 
Hoffenstein, directed by Richard 
Thorpe. 7 reels. © Feb. 5, 1936; 
2 c. and description Feb. 10 ; L 6122 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 1521 

Voice (The) of experience; no. 9. 
Reel. © Feb. 27, 1936 ; 2 c. Feb. 27 ; 



description Feb. 29 ; 
film corp., New York. 



M 6244 



Rex 

1522 



Volcanoes in action ; by Carey Croneis. 
Reel. © Oct 30, 1935 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1936; description Dec. 14, 1935; M 
6181 ; University of Chicago, Chicago. 

1523 

Wee' men ; no. 1875, directed by Joseph 
Henabery. Reel. © Feb. 3, 1936; 
2 c. and description Feb. 3 ; L 6106 ; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 1524 



Wheels of destruction. 
(The) marines. 



See Fighting 



Whispering Smith speaks; from the 
story by Frank H. Spearman, adapta- 
tion by Gilbert Wright and Rex 
Taylor, screen play by Don Swift and 
Dan Jarrett, directed by David 
Howard. 7 reels. © Dec. 20, 1935 ; 
2 c. and description I Feb. 26, 1936; 
L 6159; Atherton productions, inc.. 
New York. 1525 

Woman trap ; from a story by Charles 
Brackett, screen play by Brian Mar- 
low and Eugene Walter, directed by 
Harold Young. 7 reels. © Feb. 19, 
1936; 2 c. and description Feb. 19; 
L 6150; Paramount productions, inc.. 
Hollywood, Calif. 1526 

Work (The) of rivers; stream grada- 
tion, by Carey Croneis. Reel. © 
Oct. 30, 1935; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1936; 
description Dec. 14, 1935; M 6182; 
University of Chicago, Chicago. 

1527 

Work (The) of the atmosphere ; atmos- 
pheric gradation, by Carey Croneis. 
Reel. © Oct. m, 193&; 2 c. Feb. ll r 
19'36; description Dec. 14, 1935; M 
6184 ; University of Chicago, Chicago. 

1528 

World (A) within. (Easy Ace series, 
no. 3) Reel. © Nov. 1, 1935; 2 c. 
and description Feb. 10, 1936; M 
6172; Van Beuren Corp., New York. 

1529 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the catalog since Jan. 1, 
1936: 

Motion-picture photoplays — 140 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 165 

Total 305 



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MOTION PICTURES 



1936 

VOLUME 9 
No. 3 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1936 



THE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Group 3, 
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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



Abduct me tenderly ; a comedy in 5 
scenes, by Kurt Unkelbach [psend. 
of H. M. Unkelbach] © 1 c. Mar. 2, 
1936; D 41148; Howard Maxwell 
Unkelbach, Pasadena. 1530 

Above the chasm ; a play for grown- 
ups, in 7 scenes, by D. Hellman. © 

1 c. Mar. IS, 1936; D 41447; Doris 
Hellman, Brooklyn. 1531 

Accommodations for the night; a com- 
edy in 3 acts, by Robert C. Schim- 
mel. Boston. Mass., Los Angeles, 
Cal. [1936] 147 p. diagr. 12mo. 
([Baker's royaltv plays]) © Mar. 
4. 1936: 2 c. Mar. 11 : D 41279 ; Wal- 
ter H. Baker co.,. Boston. 1532 

Across the street : a play in 3 acts, by 
J. Beitkover. © 1 c. Mar. 5. 1936; 
D 41226; Jacob Bentkover, Chicago. 

1533 

Adoption (The) of Mickey. See Helen 
Hayes serial. 

Adventures (The) of a shipwrecked 
law firm. See Robb & son grew so. 

After Eden ; a play in 5 scenes, by 
W. J. Steele. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1936; 
D 41257 ; William James Steele, New 
York. 1534 

All's swell that ends swell ; a musical 
novelty ; by Alice Hardin. Des 
Moines, la. [1935] 16 p. 12mo. 
© Sept. 1, 1935 ; 2 c. Mar. 30, 1936 ; 
D 41653 ; Ivan Bloom Hardin co., 
Des Moines. 1535 

Almost married ; [comedy drama] by 
Louisa E. Holland. [1936] cover- 
title, 11 p. 16mo. © Feb. 11, 1936; 

2 c. Mar. 20; D 41469; Louisa E. 
Holland, Chicago. 1536 

Always — the actress ; a play in 3 acts, 
by S. C. Mortimer. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1936 ; D 41563 ; Samuel C. Mortimer. 
New York. 1537 

Amateur hour: a farce in 3 acts, by 
E. Fuller. © 1 c. Feb. 20 r 1936; D 
41347 ; Edmund Fuller, Wilmington, 
Del. 1538 

American jitters ; a new play in 2 acts, 
by J. M. Richmond. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 
1936; D 41695; John Milton Rich- 
mond, New York. 1539 



Amorous journey ; a play in 3 acts, by 
B. Warren. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1936; 
D 41445; Barnett Warren, New 
York. 1540 

Angel (The) of Tombstone. See Death 
Valley days. 

Ann Worth-housewife; by Thomas 
Dougall. nos. A-64, A-65. © 1 c. 
each Mar. 3, 1936; D 41192, 41193;: 
Kunsky-Trendle broadcasting corp.,. 
Detroit. 1541, 1542. 

nos. A-66, A-67. © 1 c. Mar.. 



13, 1986; D 41370, 41371; Kunsky- 
Trendle broadcasting corp., Detroit!.. 
1543, 1544; 

nos. A-68, 69. © 1 c. eaem 



Mar. 23, 1936 ; D 41591,. 41592 ; Kuiir 
sky-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 1545, 1546: 

nos. A-70, A-71. © 1 c. 



each Mar. 26, 1936 ; D 41600, 41601 ; 
Kunsky-Trendle broadcasting Corp., 
Detroit. 1547, 1548 

Anne's canyon passenger. See Sunset 
apartments. 

Aristocrat ; a new play in 3 acts, by 
G. B. Dowell. © 1 c. Mar. 14. 1936 ; 
D 41388; George Brendan Dow T ell, 
New York. 1549* 

Arms for the fight ; a morality in 3 
episodes, by Jane E. Conway, 
adapted from the story of the same 
name, by John Haynes Holmes. © 
1 c. Mar. 18, 1986; D 41446; Jane 
Elizabeth Conway, New Bedford, 
Mass. 1550 

Around the Maypole; a May day fes- 
tival with Maypole dance tunes for 
piano and complete instructions for 
dancing, by William Baines. Phila- 
delphia, 1936. 27 p. illus. 4to. © 
Mar. 24, 1936 ; 2 c. Mar. 26 ; D 39055 ; 
Theodore Presser co., Philadelphia. 

1551 

As a mother comforteth ; a Mothers' 
day program of song and story, story 
and lyrics by May M. Brewster, mu- 
sic by Ruth Dale [pseud, of Ira B. 
Wilson] Dayton, O. [etc.] 1936. 16 
p. 8vo. © Mar. 18, 1936 ; 2 c. Mar. 
25; D 39054; Lorenz pub. co., Day- 
ton, O. 1552 



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1553 



pt. I, v. 9 



As Easter dawns ; a religious play in 2 
episodes, by Mary Bennett Harrison. 
Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. 
[1936] 30 p. 12ino. (Baker's re- 
ligious plays and pageants) © Mar. 
2, 1936 ; 2 c. Mar. 11 ; D 41284 ; Wal- 
ter H. Baker co., Boston. 1553 

As the moon passes ; or, Moonbeams, 
by L. B. Whit. ©lc. Mar. 13. 1936; 
D 41553 ; Lawrence B. Whit, New 
York. 1554 

At dawning ; a short Easter cantata 
for choirs, [book and] lyrics by Lida 
Shivers Leech, music by Cflarence] 
Kohlmann. Philadelphia, Pa., 1936. 
18 p. 8vo. © Feb. 28. 1936*; 2 c. 
Mar. 11: D 39042; Hall-Mack co., 
Philadelphia. 1555 

At the city gate. See Four plays for 
Easter. 

Atala ; dramma lirico in 3 atti e quat- 
tro quadri, riduzione scenica del rac- 
conto omonimo del Visconte Fran- 
cesco Renato de Chateaubriand; 
parole per l'azione e musica del Maes- 
tro Sac. Antonio Misuraca [i. e. A. 
Misuraca] Text. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 
1936; D 41628; Anthony Misuraca, 
Chicago. 1556 

Atlantic passage. See Grand hotel. 

Au service du bon droit ; sketch inedit 
de Tristan Bernard. (In Paris. Mari- 
anne, no. 154, oct. 2, 1935) © Oct. 
2, 1S35; 1 c. Feb. 17, 1936; D 41534; 
Marianne, Paris. 1557 

Aunt Grace retreats. See Who's 
evicted. 

Ave, amateur ! a comedy in 3 acts, by 
A. J. Seraphin. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1936 ; 
D 41159 ; Andrew J. Seraphin, Phil- 
adelphia. 1558 

Babies. See Pair (A) of shorts. 

Bachelor apartment ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by E. Maronde. © 1 c. Mar. 
13, 1936 ; D 41365 ; Eleanor Maronde, 
San Marino, Calif. 1559 

Back-seat (The) driver; by Mary Lou- 
ise Kempe. Des Moines, la. [1935] 
4 p. 12mo. © Sept. 1, 1935; 2 c. 
Mar. 30, 1936; D 41647; Ivan Bloom 
Hardin co., Des Moines. 1560 

Bahaltene (Di) frau ; a drama in 3 
acts, by Sophie Gaby [i. e. S. G. 
Edelheit] 
pE3 ,)yi3i?x 3 px xaxm ;*rtfi yayt^xnxa h 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1930; D 41437; Sophie 
Gaby Edellieit, New York. 1501 



Barbara's letter ; by Mary Speers Reu- 
kema. San Francisco, Calif., Cin- 
cinnati, O.. 1936. 20 p. diagr. Svo. 
(Integrated plays, series 1, no. 2) © 
Feb. 2, 1936 ; 2 c. Mar. 24 ; D 41530 ; 
Banner play bureau, inc., San Fran- 
cisco. 1562 

Beacon in the night, a play in 3 acts, 
by Charles M. Woods. © 1 c. Feb. 
10, 1936; D 41180; Morris. Wester- 
velt and Lloyd Karr, Webster City, 
la. 1563 

Bear (The) and the boy. See Forest 
(The) theatre. 

Beauniarchais, a turbulent life ; a play 
in 5 acts, by E. C. Becker [pseud, of 
Emile Claude Becker] © 1 c. Mar. 
20, 1936; D 41473; Emile Claude 
Becker, San Diego, Calif. 1564 

Behind the bars. See Tras la reja. 

Behold the man ; a passion play, by Rev. 
Daniel A. Lord. Saint Louis, Mo., 
1936. cover-title, 69 numb. 1. 4to. 
© Mar. 18, 1936; 2 c. Mar. 23; D 
41532; Queen's work, inc., St. Louis. 

1565 

Being a hero. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Belmont (The) pageant of the nativity ; 
as produced in The First church in 
Belmont, Massachusetts, arranged 
by Rev. Henry Wilder Foote. [Bran- 
don, Vt., Printed for Henry Wilder 
Foote bv the Otter valley press, inc., 
1935] 27 p. 8vo. © May 25, 1935 ; 
2 c. Dec. 16 ; aff. Mar. 12. 1936 : AA 
187981: Henry Wilder Foote, Bel- 
mont, Mass. 1566 

Beneath the cross of Jesus. See Four 
plays for Easter. 

Benediction ; by F. Wells. © 1 c. Mar. 
16, 1936: D 41398; Frank Wells, 
Inglewood, Calif. 1567 

Between rounds ; a play by W. A. Saw- 
don. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1936; D 41275; 
Wallace A. Sawdon, Hollywood. 
Calif. 156S 

Beyond power ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
J. Nevule Berkman. © 1 c. Mar. 20. 
1936; D 41006: Jack Neville Berk- 
man, Steubenville, O. 1509 

Big ideas ; a comedy in 3 acts, by Ed- 
win S. Day. Evanston, 111., New 
York [etc., 1936] 130 p. Svo. Spe- 
cial test edition. © Jan. 16, 1936; 
2 c. Mar. 6: D 41229; Row. Peterson 
and co., Evanston, 111. ' 1570 



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no. 3, 1936 



1593 



Big moments ; a play in 3 acts, by H. 
Scott. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 1936; D 
41606 : Helen Scott,. New York. 1571 

Billy Goat Jim Mandy; or, Jim Mandy, 
ilu' billy gcat butter, a comedy in 1 
act, by J. Mandy. © 1 c. Mar. 14. 
1986; I) 41383; Jim Mandy, Brook- 
lyn. 1572 

Birthday party ; a drama in 2 acts, by 
E. s. Carrington. © l c. Feb. 28, 
1986; D 41155 : Elaine Sterne Car- 
rington, Brooklyn. 1573 

Black cat: a mystery play in 3 acts. 
by Robert St. Clair. Des Moines, la. 
[1985] 96 p. 12mo. © Sept. 1, 
1985.; 2 c. Mar. 30, 1936: D 41058; 
Ivan Bloom Hardin Co., Des Moines. 

1.174 

Blue mass and back lands; sketches 
1-4. a series of radio sketches, by 
R. G. Nystrom and J. S. Kimbrough. 
© 1 c. ea :h Mar. 2Q, 1936; D 41470 : 
Ruth G. Xy strom and Julia S. Kim- 
brough, Rochester, N. Y. 1575 

Blue rock; a play in 3 acts, by Jack 
Peebles [pseud, of J. P. Boyd] © 
1 c. Mar. 30, 1936: D 41668; John 
Peebles Boyd, Norwood. Va. 1576 

Boolie. See Magnificent (The) heel. 

Borrowed birthright; by C. Hering. 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1936: D 41165; Char- 
lotte Hering, Los Angeles. 1577 

Bounty square : episodes 1-3, a radio 
drama, by A. L. Burrow. © 1 c. 
each Mai*. 11, 1936; D 41313: Alice 
Lee Burrow, Beaver Dam. Wis. 

1578 

Brennende (Dor) dornbusch; von 
Jacob Knoller. © 1 c. Feb. 24. 1986 : 
D 41208 : Kaskaden-verlag, Berlin. 

1579 

Bride (The) declines: a romantic farce 
in 3 arts, by H. Del Ruth. © 1 c. 
Mar. 11. 1936: D 41020: Hampton 
Del Ruth, New York. 1580 

Bright young thing: a play in 3 acts, 
by E. Crandall and J. Gearon. © 
1 c. Mar. 28. 1930: D 41023; Ed- 
ward Crandall and John Gearon. 

' Clinton. Conn. 1581 

Broadway at the bat: by V. Radcliffe. 
© 1 e. Mar. 6. 1930: D 41238: Yer- 
lKin Radcliffe, Pelham Manor. N. Y. 

1582 

Broadway Cinderella : Mar. 13, 1930. 
by General mills, inc. © 1 c. Mar. 
12, 1986; D 41343; General mills. 
inc., Minneapolis. 1583 



Broken (The) melody; a drama in 24 
acts, by J. I. Movers. © 1 c. Mar. 
28, 1936; D 41025; Janet Esobel 
Meyers; Los Angeles. 1584 

Buddy (A) Wallace advertising pro- 
gram'; cigarettes series no. 1. Per- 
fect balance, by B. II. Wallace. © 
1 c. Mar. 27, 1986; D 41014 ; Barnet 
H. Wallace, New York. 1585 

Building a nation ; a drama of Texas, 
by W[illiam] A[lonzo] Stigler. Aus- 
tin, Tex.. 1936. 30 p. 12mo. ©Jan. 
1, 1936; 2 c. Feb. 3,; I) 41581 ; South- 
ern dramatic CO., E. H. Voelkel, pres., 
Austin, Tex. 1586 

Burn the wheat ; a play in 1 act. by 
M. Kanin and Nat Harris [pseud, 
ofl N. Horowitz. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1936; D 41242; Myer Kanin and Nat 
Horowitz, New York. 1587 

By the dawn's early light : a new play 
in 3 acts, by W. H. Briggs. © 1 c. 
Mar. 14, 1936; D 41389; William 
Harlowe Briggs, New York. 1588 

By this sign conquer! a pageant play 
for Easter, by Elsie Duncan Yale, a 
dramatic presentation of the Pil- 
grimage of Helena, Mother of Con- 
stantino,, to the Holy Land. Phila- 
delphia, Pa., Church pageantry 
[1930] 16 p. 12mo. © Feb. 28, 
1930; 2 e. Mar. 11; D 41319; Hall- 
Mack co., Philadelphia. 1589 

Calling all neighbors ; by C. Dilday. 
© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1936; D 41210; 
Charles Dilday, Boston. 1590 

Calling Everyman ; a morality in 5 
episodes, by Jane E. Conway, re- 
vised from the original play. Every- 
man. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1936: D 
41430 : Jane Elizabeth Conway. New 
Bedford, Mass. 1591 

Carlsbad caverns. See Death Valley 
days. 

Cash at the graveside. See Death 
Valley days. 

Casual acquaintance; a play in 3 acts, 
by Dorothy C. Allan. Boston, Mass., 
Los Angeles, Cal. [1930] 59 p. 
diagr. 12mo. ([Baker's plays for 
amateurs]) © Mar. 4. 1930: 2 c. 
Mar. 11 : D 41288 ; Walter II. Baker 
co., Boston. 1592 

Catchy primary dialogues; (Revised 
edition) by Marie Irish. Dayton, ()., 
Paine publishing company [19301 
152 p. 12mo. © Apr. 2, 1930; 2 c. 
and aff. Apr. 6; AA 200928; Lurten 
M. Paine. Dayton. O. 1593, 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



1594 



pt. I, v. 9 



Cause (The) ; a sketch in 1 act, by Bill 
Lang [i. e. L. W. Lang] © 1 c. Mar. 
14, 1936; D 41384; Leslie William 
Lang, Laguna Beach, Calif. 1594 

Central airport ; a play by R. D. Maley. 
© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1936 ; D 41245 ; Rob- 
ert D. Maley, Rutherford, N. J. 1595 

Certainty (A) for a doubt. See Four 
plays. 

Champion (The) warbler; a juvenile 
play in 1 act, by M. Venn. © 1 c. 
Mar. 7, 1936; D 41247; Mary Venn, 
New York. 1596 

Children of the northern lights; a ro- 
mantic comedy in 3 acts, by Mary 
Speers Reukema. San Francisco*, 
Calif., Cincinnati, O., 1936. 78 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Feb. 14, 1936 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 24 ; D 41528 ; Banner play bu- 
reau, inc., San Francisco. 1597 

Children to bless you ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by G. Sheila Donisthorpe. © 
1 c. Mar. 16, 1936 ; D 41540' ; Jack de 
Leon, Kew, Surrey, England. 1598 

Children's day treasury ; no. 46, reci- 
tations, exercises, acrostics, drills, 
dialogs, pantomimes, tableaux, deco- 
rating suggestions, Dayton, O., 1936. 
32 p. 8vo. © Mar. 18, 1936; 2! c; 
and aff . Mar. 25 ; AA 200256 ; Lorenz 
pub. co., Dayton, O. 1599 

Choc en retour ; comedie en 1 acte, par 
Georges Menuau. (In La Petite il- 
lustration, no. 745) © Oct. 26', 1935 ; 
1 c. Feb. 17, 1936; D 41151 ; Georges 
Menuau, Paris. 1600 

Chocolate; a play in 2 acts, by H. S. 
Kraft and M. Harris, from Charles 
Malamuth's adaptation of the novel 
by Alexander Tarasov-Rodonov. © 
1 c. Mar. 20, 1936; D 41476; H. S. 
Kraft, Hollywood, Calif., and Mil- 
dred Harris, New York. 1601 

Choice dialogues for rural schools ; Re- 
vised edition, by Marie Irish. Day- 
ton, O., Paine publishing company 
[1936] 107 p. 16mo. Contents — 
Almost a quarrel.— Aunt Nancy's 
beau. — The best valentine. — A bit of 
news. — Catching the one o'clock 
train. — A company of kings. — Dave 
doesn't get to go. — The deaf grand- 
parents. — A fierce grandmother. — 
Getting even. — Grandpa's mistake. — 
The Grump's Merry Christmas. — 
Herb and Hank fall out. — Hiring a 
cook. — The joy of giving. — A long 
story. — The lost Precious. — The min- 
ister's call. — The Rutabaga family. — 
Shorty goes to the picnic. — A snowed- 



in Thanksgiving. — Something to be 
thankful for. — Teacher's pet. — Who 
was guilty. — William goes a-court- 
ing. — Why Betty and Fred stayed 
home. — Why Elva cried. © Feb. 24, 
1936 ; 2 c. Feb. 26 ; aff. Mar. 9 ; AA 
197979 ; Lurten M. Paine, Dayton, O. 

1602 

Christ (The) of the centuries; a com- 
plete pageant for Easter [text] by 
Elsie Duncan Yale [vocal score by 
Roy E. Nolte and M. Isabelle Ritter] 
Philadelphia, Pa. [1936] cover title, 
8 p. 8vo. © Feb. 28, 1936; 2 c. 
Mar. 11; D 39041; Hall-Mack co., 
Philadelphia. 1603 

Christian Family Brown ; by Dorothy 
Clarke Wilson. Boston, Mass., Los 
Angeles, Cal. [1936] 29 p. 12mo. 
© Feb. 24, 1936; 2 c. Mar. 11; D 
41281 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

1604 

Christmas always lives ; by Edna 
Becker. Des Moines, la. [1935] 16 - 
p. 12mo. © Sept. 1, 1935 ; 2 c. Mar. 
30, 1936* ; D 41650 ; Ivan Bloom Har- 
din co., Des Moines. 1605 

Christmas morning ; by C. S. Blodgett. 
© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1936; D 41538; Cor- 
nelia Skinner Blodgett, New York. 

1606 

City Hall park. See Echoes of New 
York town. 

Coals of fire ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
V. V. Pearl. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1936; 
D 41145 ; Vincent V. Pearl, Brooklyn. 

1607 

Codfish aristocracy ; an original com- 
edy in 2 acts, by B. Babcock. © 1 c. 
Mar. 23, 1936; D 41558; Bertrand 
Babcock, New York. 1608 

Come (The) along; a dramatic compo- 
sition in 24 scenes, by William B. 
Young. Rev. version. © 1 c. Mar. 
20, 1936 ; D 41478 ; William Bertram 
Young, Chicago. 1600 

Composers' (The) hour. Mozart; by 
J. J. Shapiro. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1936; 
D 41164; Justin Joel Shapiro, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 1610 

Conquest ; a play in 4 acts, by Pio En- 
rico dar Boggia [pseud, of P. E. Bog- 
gia] translated bv Dolores di Dolcini. 
© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1936 ; D 41465 ; Pio 
Enrico Boggia, New York. 1611 

Contact ; a play in 1 act, by George H. 
Grimaldi. London, H. F. W. Deane 
& sons, The Year book press, ltd.; 
Boston, Mass., The Baker interna- 



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no. 3, 1936 



1632 



tional play bureau [1936] 19 p. 
diagrs. 12mo. (The Year book press 
series of plays) © Feb. 12, 1936; 

1 c. Feb. 24; D 41259; George H. 
Grimaldi, Iver, Buckinghamshire, 
England. 1612 

Contest (The) play; a comedy in 1 
act, by Imogene Cook. Boston, 
Mass.. Los Angeles, Cal. [1936] 16 
p. diagr. 12mo. [(Baker's plays 
for amateurs]) © Mar. 4, 1936; 

2 c. Mar. 11; D 41287; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 1613 

Counterpart lover ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Mai Merritt [pseud, of M. S. Ma- 
loney] © 1 c. Feb. 29, 1936; D 
41147; Merritt S. Maloney, Los An- 
geles. 1614 

Cousin Agatha's business ; a 3-act com- 
edy, by Marjorie R. Stanley. New 
York, N. Y., Mayfair producing com- 
pany, 1935. 2 p. 1., 55 numb. 1. 4to. 
© Dec. 9, 1935 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1936 ; 
D 41681; Marjorie R. Stanley, Bur- 
ton, Wash. 1615 

Crime breeders, inc. ; or, Public ene- 
mies of America, a play by L. Gold- 
berg. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1936 ; D 41276 ; 
Louis Goldberg, New York. 1616 

Cross (A) of life and peace; a drama- 
tized story cantata for Easter, text 
by Mattie B. Shannon, music by Dr. 
Adam Geibel. Philadelphia, Pa., 
1936. 24 p. 8vo. © Feb. 28, 1986 ; 
2 c. Mar. 11; D 39044; Hall-Mack 
co., Philadelphia. 1617 

Csongoradi (A) biro leanya ; falusi 
tortenet 3 felvonasban, irta Rozsa- 
hegyi R. Ilona [i. e. I. R. Rozsa- 
hegyi] © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1936; D 
41560 : Ilona R. Rozsahegyi, New 
York. 1618 

Cudzik i spoika ; sztuka w 3-ch aktack, 
przez Stel'ana Kiedrzynskiego. © 
1 c. Jan. 2. 1936; D 41129; Stefan 
Kiedrzyiiski, Brwinow, Poland. 

1619 

Cyrano di Bergerac ; commedia eroica 
di Edmondo Rostand, libretto in 4 
atti e cinque quadri di Enrico Cain, 
adattamento ritmico italiano di Ce- 
sare Meano e Filippo Brusa, musica 
di Franco Alfano. Milano, New 
York, 1935. 125 p. illus. 12mo. 
Text. © Dec. 30, 1935 ; 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1936; D 41323; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 1620 

Czlowiek za burta ; komedja w 3 ak- 
tach, przez Antoniego Cwojdzin- 



skiego. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1936 ; D 41128 ; 
Antoni Cwojdzinski, Warsaw, Po- 
land. 1621 

Dan gets the dope. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Dance before the mirror ; a play in 3 
acts, by Martha Hedman [i. e. M. H. 
House] and H. A. House. © 1 c. 
Mar. 14, 1936; D 41390; Martha 
Hedman House and Henry Arthur 
House, New York. 1622 

Dark pilgrim ; a drama in 3 acts, by 

C. Beardsley, based on the life of 

D. H. Lawrence. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 
1936; D 41492; Charles Beardsley, 
New York. 1623 

Dark stairways. See Hell's kitchen. 

Dawn (The) See Helen Hayes serial. 

Day (A) at the Biarritz; a play in 24 
scenes, by A. O. Comerford. © 1 c. 
Mar. 18, 1936; D 41448; Annie 
O'Doherty Comerford, New York. 

1624 

Day labor; by C. O. Jameson. © 1 c. 
Feb. 3, 1936 ; D 41302 ; Charlotte Orr 
Jameson, Doylestown, O. 1625 

Death sails at midnight ; a melodrama 
in 3 acts, by Kurtz Gordon [pseud, of 
C. G. Kurtz] © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1936 ; 
D 41564 ; C. Gordon Kurtz, Jamaica, 
N. Y. 1626 

Death Valley days; a series of radio 
sketches, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
Feb. 6, 1936. Talking wires. © 
1 c. Mar. 19, 1986; D 41450; Pacific- 
coast borax co., New York. 1627 

Feb. 13, 1936. Dolores & 

Pedro. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1936; D 
41451 ; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 1628 

Feb. 20, 1936. The Duke of 

Cimarron. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1986; D 
41452; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 1629 

Feb. 27, 1936. Cash at the 

graveside. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1986; D 
41453; Pacific coast borax co. r New 
York. 1630 

Mar. 5, 1936. Carlsbad cav- 
erns. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1936 ; D 41454 ; 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 

1631 

Mar. 12, 1936. The angel of 

Tombstone. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1936; 
D 41455 ; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 1632 



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Dedicated to women ; a play in 3 acts, 
by M. Englander. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 
1936 ; D 41249 ; Margaret Englander, 
Lcs Angeles. 1633 

De-tour to love : a play in 18 scenes, 
by F. F. Ayres. © 1 c. Feb. 29, 
1936; D 41583; Frieda F. Ayres, 
Chicago. 1634 

Devil's (Tbe) night-shirt ; a play in 3 
acts, by S. C. Posner. © 1 c. Mar. 
14, 1936 ; D 41391 ; Susan C. Posner, 
San Francisco. 1635 

Dingos ; piece en 1 acte, par Paul Dau- 
tun. (In La Petite illustration, no. 
745) © Oct. 26, 1935; 1 c. Feb. 17, 
1936; D 41153; Paul Dautun, Paris. 

1636 

Discard (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
E. M. Shorey. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1936 ; 
D 41358; Ethel May Shorey, Lynn, 
Mass. 1637 

Distance between ; a comedy in 1 act, 
by Ruth Kane. Des Moines, la. 
[1935] 12 p. 12mo. © Sept. 1, 
1935; 2 c. Mar. 30, 1936; D 41649: 
Ivan Bloom Hardin co., Des Moines. 

1638 

Dr. Bains' brains exchange; by R. 
Farmer. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1936; D 
41219; Padla Farmer, Terre Haute. 
Ind. 1639 

Dolores & Pedro. See Death Valley 
days. 

Donna (La) silenziosa ; opera comica 
in 3 atti, libera riduzione da Ben 
Jonson di Stefan Zweig, musica di 
Richard Strauss, op. 80, unica tradu- 
zione Italiana autorizzata di Ottone 
Schanzer. Berlin, Adolph Furstner 
[1936] 111 p. 12mo. Text. © Mar. 
3, 1936; 1 c. Mar. 19 ; D 41533 ; Rich- 
ard Strauss, Garmisch, Bavaria, Ger- 
many. 1640 

Don't answer it; a play in 3 acts, by 
R. Ober. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1936; D 

4128!) ; Robert Ober, New York. 1641 

Door-mats; a play in 3 acts, by A. C. 
Correa and Eva Caminsky. © 1 c. 
Mar. 4, 1936'; D 41188; Antonio C. 
Correa, Los Angeles. 1642 

Dottor (II) Oss; fantasia lirica (dal 
romanzo omonimo di Giulio Verne) 
2 atti in. tre quadi [di] Antonio Lega, 
musica di Annibale Bizzelli. Milano, 
New York, 1936. 55 p. illus. 12mo. 
Text. © Mar. 5, 1936; 1 c. Mar. 5; 
D 41322; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

1643 



Downy woodpecker ; a juvenile play in 

1 act, by M. Venn. © 1 c. Mar. 7. 
1936; D 41248; Mary Venn, New 
York. 1644 

Dowod osobisty Zebrzydowskich ; sztu- 
ka w 3 aktach, przez M. Jasnorzew- 
ska-Pawlikowska. © 1 c. Jan. 2. 
1936 ; D 41127 ; Marja Jasnorzewska- 
Pawlikowska, Warsaw, Poland. 

1645 

Dragon (The) Zne Zee; a play for 
Chinese marionettes, in 5 scenes, by 
Carl Glick. © 1 c. Mar. 20. 1936 : D 
41474 ; Carl Cannon Glick. New York. 

1646 

Dream bottle, incorporated: a comedy 
in 2 acts, by B. A. Grossman. © 1 c. 
Mar. 5, 1936 ; D 41221 ; Bernard A. 
Grossman, New York. 1647 

Duke (The) of Cimarron. See Death 
Valley days. 

Dundam family, comedy chatter of the 
day ; episodes 1-4, radio broadcast by 
Ralph Siegel. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1936 ; 
D 41234; Ralph W. Siegel. St. Louis. 

1648 

Easter helper; no. 22, an unusual col- 
lection of helpful material for chil- 
dren, recitations for primary and be- 
ginners, recitations with action, exer- 
cises, motion exercises, musical reci-. 
tations, selections for boys, panto- 
mime. Special features entitled 
Story of Easter [and] The road to 
Easter [by Mattie B. Shannon, and 
others] Philadelphia [1936] 32 p. 
illus. Svo. Cover-title. Contains 
music. © Feb. 28. 1936: 2 c. and 
aff. Mar. 11: AA 198676: Hall-Mack 
co., Philadelphia. 1649 

Easter (The) lily; a musical playlet 
for children, in 1 scene, words and 
music bv Loretta Wilson. Philadel- 
phia. 1936. 13 p. 4to. © Mar. 16, 
1936: 2 c. Mar. 19: D 39051: Tbeo- 
dore Presser co., Philadelphia. 1650 

Easter pilgrimage; a pageant-play in 

2 parts, by Claudia Harris. Boston. 
Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. [19361 22 
p. 12mo. © Feb. 24, 1936 :2 c. Mar. 
11; D 41282; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 1651 

Ecce Agnus Dei ; a sacred drama in 3 
parts, by F. J. Karem. © 1 c. Mar. 
9, 1936; D 41274; Fred J. Karem. 
Louisville. J 652 

Echoes of New York town: episode 19. 
The four hundred, by Fairfax 
Downey. © 1 c. Mar. 19. 193(5: D 
41456: McCann-Erickson, inc. New 
York. 1653 



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episode 20. The story of Thomas 

Edison, by McCann-Erickson, inc. © 
1 c. Mar. 10. 1836; I) 41456; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 1654 

episode 21. City Hall park, by 

Fairfax Downey. © 1 c. Mar. 11). 
1936; 1) 41457; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., Now York. 1655 

episode 22. Museum of the city 

of Now York, by McCann-Erickson, 
inc. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1936; I) 4145!); 
McCann-Erickson. inc.. Now York. 

1656 

episode 23. Gentlemen of the jury. 

by McCann-Erickson. inc. © 1 c. 
Mar. 19, 1036; I) 41460; McCann- 
Erickson. inc., New York. 1657 

episode 24. Father Knickerbock- 
er's children, by McCann-Erickson, 
inc. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1936; I) 41461 ; 
McCann-Erickson. inc., New York. 

1658 

Effect (The) of caroling; a Christmas 
play, by Regnis P. Drawde [pseud. 
of Edward p. Singer] Boston, Mass.. 
Los Angeles, Cal. [10361 21 p. 
12mo. © Mar. 2, 1936 ; 2 c. Mar. 11 ; 
J) 41283: Walter H. Baker CO., Bos- 
ton. 1650 

Election ; a play of politics in a small 
Texas town ; by Mary A. Delaney. © 
1 c. Mar. 31, 1936; D 41686; Caro- 
lina playmakers, inc., Chapel Hill. 
N. C. 1660 

Elfrida ; grand opera libretto in 2 acts, 
by C. L. Kichael. Text. © 1 c. Apr. 

9. 103.1: D 352SS: Claude L. Richael, 
Grove City, Pa. 1001 

End of summer; a play in 3 acts [by] 
S. N. Behrman. New York. Random 
house [1936] 256 p. 12mo. ©Mar. 

10. 1030: 2 c. Mai'. 23; D 41409; 
Samuel X. Behrman. New York. 

1662 

Ethiopian strategy; an original 1-act 
play, by M. K. Fletcher. © 1 c. Mar. 

11. 1936; I) 41312; Maza Katharine 
Fletcher, Quincy, 111. 1663 

Every nook and crook. See While the 
city sleeps. 

Everyman. See Calling Everyman. 

Ewige (Der) taugenichts; romantisches 
spiel in 3 akten (nach Eichendorff) 
von Frank Thiess. Berlin [etc., 
5] 2:5:5. [11 p. 8vo. © Dec. 10, 
1935; 1 e. Mar. 10. 10:50: i> 41640; 
Paul Zsolnay verlag. a. g.. Vienna. 

1004 



Exasperation point; a 3-act play, by 
Ruth Arden [pseud, of R. L. Lusch] 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1936; I) 41134: Ruth 
Louise Lusch. Las Vegas. New 1005 

Excelsior: race pageant — 3 centuries 
from Africa, by N. W. Love. © 1 c. 
Mar. 2, 1936; D 41132: Nelson W. 
Love, Toledo. 1666 

Facing forward. See Four plays for 
Easter. 

Fad (The) girl: episode 1, a radio 
play, by Charles Wharton. © 1 c. 
Mar. 11, 1036; D 41310; Charles Ar- 
thur Wharton, Cambridge, O. 1667 

Families preferred ; episode no. 1, a 
presentation to he used for radio, by 
C. J. Gruher. © 1 e. Feb. 26. 1036 : 
D 41586; Chester Joseph Gruher, 
Jackson Heights, L. I., N. Y. 1668 

Fantastic intrusion; a play in 2 acts, 
by M. T. Winchester and J. O. Kes- 
selring. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1936; I) 
41324 : M. T. Winchester and Joseph 
O. Kesselring, New York. 1669 

Farewell performance: a play in 3 acts, 
by Jajos Zilahy, adapted from the 
Hungarian into English by J. L. Bal- 
derston. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1030; I) 
41186; John Lloyd Balderston, Bev- 
erly Hills, Calif. 1670 

Farewell tour ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
David Carey [pseud, of J. A. Egari] 
© 1 c. Mar. 18, 1036 ; D 41444 ; John 
A. Egan, Holyoke, Mas-. 1671 

Father Knickerbocker's children. S.ee 
Echoes of New York town. 

Fausse monnaie; comedie en 1 acte, 

par G. d'Hervilliez et Edmond ( Jlerayl 
(In La Petite illustration, no. 745) 

© Oct. 20. 1035: 1 c. Feb. IT. 1030; 
I) 41152: Gabriel d'Hervilliez and 
Edmond Cleray. Paris. 1072 

Faust ; a drama in 2 prologues and 2 
parts, by J. Schifferes and K. Breen. 
freely adapted from the Faust and 
Urfaust of Goethe, and others. © 
1 c. Feb. 8. 1036: I) 4157s : Robert 
Breen. Chicago, and Justus Schif- 
feres, Minneapolis. 1673 

Few are chosen : a comedy in 3 acts, 
by J. Gain, jr. and Larry Adrian 
Downey [i. e. Lawrence Adrian 
Downey] © 1 c. Mar. 7. 1936; D 
41273 ; Lawrence Adrian Downey, 
Los Angeles, and Jack Gain, jr., Bev- 
erly Hills, Calif. 1674 

Fire (The) Sec Helen Hayes serial. 



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1675 



pt. i. v. 9 



Fire in the wind ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Louise Coleman. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 
1936; D 41682; Louise Lord Cole- 
man, White Plains, N. Y. 1675 

First nighter ; a radio broadcast. Feb- 
ruary 28, 1936. Million dollar mes- 
sage, by Darrell Ware. ©lc. Mar. 
7, 1936 ; D 41255. ; Campana sales co., 
Batavia, 111. 1676 

Mar. 6, 1936. Michael O'- 



Hourke. civil engineer, bv Agnes 
Hidgway. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1936; D 
41516; Campana sales co., Batavia, 
111. 1677 

Fleitenpeter ; een lustig markenspill to 
Wihnachen in 3 bilder, von Hans 
Balzer. Hamburg [1935] 48 p. 8vo. 
© Dec. 31, 1935 ; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1936 ; 
D 41199; Quickborn-verlag, Ham- 
burg, Germany. 1678 

Flitch (A) of bacon; by William Har- 
rison Ainsworth, adapted for radio 
by Ruth Tuttle [pseud, of R. F. 
Smith] © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1936; D 
41352; Ruth Faught Smith, Los 
Angeles. 1679 

Florian Geyers kampf und tod; 5 akte, 
• von Paul Stau-Thieme, nebst einer 
geschichtlich-lebenskundlichen studie. 
© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1936*; D 41206; G. 
Danner, Miihlhausen i. Thiir., Ger- 
many. 1680 

For the joy of living ; a scene as mod- 
ern as it is old, by B. Vale. Pro- 
logue and conclusion, In the service 
of the King, by M. Muller. © 1 c. 
Jan. 17, 1936 ; D 41596 ; Mary Muller 
and Baldwin Vale, San Francisco. 

1681 

Forest ( The ) theatre ; or, The bear and 
the boy, by I. L. Vendig. © 1 c. 
Mar. 23, 1936; D 41521; Irving L. 
Vendig, Chicago. 1682 

Forgery. See While the city sleeps. 

Foundation ; a play in 3 acts with a 
prologue, by C. S. Gillam. © 1 c. 
Mar. 3, 1936 ; D 41156 ; Cornelia Sta- 
bler Gillam, Buck Hill Falls, Pa! 

1683 

Four (The) hundred. See Echoes of 
New York town. 

Four plays; by Lope de Vega [i. e. 
Lope Felix de Vega Carpio] in Eng- 
lish versions with an introduction by 
John Garrett Underhill, and a criti- 
cal essay by Jacinto Benavente [i. e. 
Jacinto Benavente y Martinez] New 
York, Charles Scribner's sons, 1936. 
xxiii, 385 p. front, (port.) 12mo. 



Dramatic contents. — A certainty for 
a doubt. — The king the greatest al- 
calde. — The gardener's dog. — Fuente 
ovejuna (The sheep well) © Feb. 
18, 1936 ; 2 c. Mar. 18 ; D 41638 ; John 
Garrett Underhill, New York. 1684 

Four plays for Easter; by Elsie Dun- 
can Yale. Philadelphia, Pa., Church 
pageantry [1936] 20 p. 12mo. Con- 
tents. — At the city gate. — Beneath 
the cross of Jesus. — Facing for- 
ward. — In the days of Domitian. © 
Feb. 28, 1936 ; 2 c. Mar. 11 ; D 41320 ; 
Hall-Mack co., Philadelphia. 1685 

Fraulein direktor lasst bitten; ein 
lustspiel in 3 akten, von Fritz Rich- 
ard Werkhauser und Hermann Au- 
gust Weber. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1936; 
D 41169 ; Drei masken verlag, a.-g., 
Berlin. 16*86 

Francesco und Beatrice ; tragodie in 3 
akten, von Wulf Bley. © 1 c. Mar. 
2, 1936; D 41172 ; Neue buhnenverlag 
im verlag fur kulturpolitik, g. m. b. h., 
Berlin. 1687 

Free and equal; a play in 3 acts, by 
Bee Hastings [pseud, of N. B. West] 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1936 ; D 413(y7 ; Nancy 
B. West, Auburn, Calif. 1688 

Friedrich Wilhelm I. ; schauspiel von 
Hans Rehberg. Berlin [1935] 109, 
[1] p. 12mo. © Nov. 26, 1935 ; 1 c. 
Mar. 19, 1936; D 41642; S. Fischer 
verlag, a. g\, Berlin. 1689 

Frohliche fastnacht ; ein deutsches 
schelmenspiel mit gesang und tanz 
in 3 aufziigen, von Friedrich Licht- 
neker und Dora Maria Brandt. Ber- 
lin, 1936. 86 p. 12mo. © Jan. 30, 
1936 ; 1 c. Mar. 2 ; D 41168 ; Arcadia- 
verlag, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 1690 

Fuente ovejuna. See Four plays. 

Future stars. Telephone conversation; 
bv L. A. Fleischmann. © 1 c. Mar. 
13, 1936 ; D 41363 ; Louis A. Fleisch- 
mann, Hollywood. Calif. 1691 

Gable (The) gamble; dramatization of 
incidents in the life of Clark Gable, 
in 1 act, by D. R. Brooks and H. H. 
Steadman. © 1 c. Feb. 29, 1936; D 
41131 ; Dena Reed Brooks, Brooklyn, 
and Helen Harrison Steadman, New 
York. 1692 

Gang busters ; a radio broadcast pro- 
gram, by Benton & Bowles, inc. Feb. 
20, 1936. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1936; D 
41138; Benton & Bowles, inc., New 
York. 1693 



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1721 



Mar. 4, 1936. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 

1930: D 412f>2; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 1694 

Mar. 11, 1936. © 1 c. Mar. 

16, 1936; D 41394; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 1695 

Mar. 18, 1936. © 1 c. Mar. 

21, 1936 ; D 41486 ; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 1696 

Mar. 25, 1936. © 1 c. Mar. 

31, 1936; D 41688; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 1697 

Gardener's (The) clog. See Four 
plays. 

Genevieve and Lucille ; scripts nos. 1-7, 
by W. W. Ginn. © 1 c. each Mar. 
16, 1936; D 41630-41&36; Wells W. 
Ginn, Cincinnati. 1698-1704 

Gentlemen of the jury. See Echoes of 
New York town. 

George; a farce in 1 act [by] Van H. 
Cartmell. (In A handbook for the 
amateur actor, by Van H. Cartmell. 
Garden City, N. Y., Doubleday, 
Doran & co., inc., 1936) © Feb. 21, 
1936; 2 c. Mar. 3: D 41166; Van H. 
Caitmell, Glen Head, L. I., N. Y. 

1705 

George Sand, an advanced woman; by 
B. Ruskay and L. Kalich {In Vic- 
torian vignettes, by B. Ruskay and 
L. Kalich) © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1936; 
D 41378 ; Blix Ruskay, Forest Hills, 
N. Y. and Lillian Kalich, New York. 

1706 

Ghosts at midnight ; a mystery melo- 
drama in 3 acts for three women and 
five men, by Vic Connors. San Fran- 
cisco, Calif.. Cincinnati, O., 1936. 
83 p. diagr. 12mo. © Feb. 15, 
1936 ; 2 c. Mar. 24 ; D 41527 ; Banner 
play bureau, inc., San Francisco. 

1707 

Giles Corey ; an historical drama in 3 
acts, by P. J. Kanter. © 1 c. Mar. 
20, 1936 ; D 41004 ; Philip Jay Kan- 
ter, New York. 1708 

Girl (The) from Brittany: a farce in 
3 acts, by J. C. McMullen and An- 
thony E. Wills. Boston, Mass., Los 
Angeles, Cal. [1936] 84 p. diagr. 
12mo. ([Baker's edition of plays]) 
© Mar. 2, 1936; .2 c. Mar. 11; D 
41285; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

1709 

Give us this day ; a play in 3 acts, by 
AY. Greenwood, adapted from the au- 
thor's novel, His worship the mayor. 



© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1936; D 41427; 
Walter Greenwood, Pendleton, Sal- 
ford 6, Lancashire, England. 1710 

Gloomy Sunday; a skit, by A. Sle- 
singer. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1936 ; D 41184 ; 
Anthony Slesinger, New York. 1711 

Gliick auf Himmelsruh ; ein schwank 
in 3 akten, von Hans Miiller-Nlirn- 
berg. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1936 ; D 41179 ; 
Drei masken verlag, a.-g., Berlin. 

1712 

God and the Empress ; a 1-act play, by 
Gladys F. Foster. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 
1936 ; D 41397 ; Gladys Funck Foster, 
Chatham, N. J. 1713 

Gold chairs in the wilderness ; a drama 
in 3 acts of the days when Demopo- 
lis, Alabama dreamed of empire, by 
D. V. Davis. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1936; 
D 41149; Dorothy Vernon Davis,. 
Birmingham, Ala. 1714: 

Golden (The) age; a play in a pro- 
logue, 4 scenes and an epilogue, by 
Tom Loy [i. e. T. L. Loy] © 1 c. 
Mar. 24, 1936; D 41557; Thomas. 
Lycett Loy, Hagerstown, Md. 1715. 

Golden (The) circle; an historical 
pageant of Corona and the Mesa, in 
10 episodes with prelude and inter- 
lude, by J. W. Gould. © 1 c. Feb. 
19, 1936; D 41585; Janet Williams 
Gould, Corona, Calif. 1716 

Good nigger; by R. M. Vale. © 1 c. 
Mar. 31, 1936; D 41687; Rena M. 
Vale, Los Angeles. 1717 

Good (The) ship Winkle sails for Hol- 
land, Captain Blinkle, commander. 
See Stowaway's (The) Christinas 
party. 

Grand hotel; Feb. 23 r 1936. Love on 
ice, a radio broadcast, by Arch Obo- 
ler. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1936 ; D 41335 ; 
Campana sales co., Batavia, 111. 

1718 

Mar. 1, 1936. Old Lady Shake- 
speare, a radio broadcast, bv Forrest 
Barnes. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1936; D 
41340; Campana sales co., Batavia, 
HI. 1719 

Mar. 8, 1936. You're my hoodoo, 

a radio broadcast, by Arch Oboler. 
© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1936 ; D 41341 ; Cam- 
pana sales co. r Batavia, 111. 1720 

Mar. 15, 1936. Atlantic passage, 

a radio broadcast, bv Brice Disque, 
jr. © 1 c. Mar. 21, *1936; D 41485; 
Campana sales co., Batavia, 111. 

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1722 



pt. i. v. 9 



Great (The) American fool; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by L. A. Browne. © 1 c. 
Mar. 10, 1986 ; D 41289 ; Lewis Allen 
Browne, West Englewood, N. J. 

1722 

Great (A) inheritance; a religions 
drama for Easter and general occa- 
sions, in 3 scenes, by Mattie B. Shan- 
non. © 1 c. Mar. 23. 1936 ; D 41535 ; 
Lovenz pub. co., Dayton, O. 1723 

Greater love; a play in 3 acts, by 
Agnes Angela Gray [i. e. A. A. Gray] 
© 1 c. Mar. 14, 1936 ; D 41355 ; Agnes 
Angeline Gray, St. Louis. 1724 

Greater (The) power; a play in 5 
acts, by Vellya Porta [pseud, of P. 

. Ceresney] © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1936; 
D 41268 ; Pearla Ceresney, Toronto. 

1725 

Green Hornet (The) ; by Francis Stri- 
ker, nos. A-9, A-10. © 1 c. each 
Mar. 3, 1936; D 41190, 41191; Kun- 
sky-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 1726, 1727 

nos. A-ll. A-12. © 1 c. 

each Mar. 13. 1936 ; D 41367, 41368 ; 
Kunsky-Trendle broadcasting Corp., 
Detroit. 1728, 1729 

nos. A-13, A-14. © 1 c. each 

Mar. 23, 1936 ; D 41594, 41595 ; Kun- 
sky-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 1730, 1731 



nos. A-15, A-16, © 1 c. 

each Mar. 26, 1936 ; D 41602. 41603 ; 
Kunsky-Trendle broadcasting corp., 
Detroit. 1732, 1733 

Green (The) tree; a play in 3 acts, 
dealing with the problem of liquor, 
by Stanley B. Niles. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 
1936 ; D 41618 ; Commonwealth party 
-of the state of Michigan, E. M. 
Loose,, chairman of state committee, 
Monroe, Mich., and Harriet Farns- 
worth, secretary, Kalamazoo, Mi'ch. 

1734 

Guerre (La) de Troie n'aura pas lieu; 
piece en 2 acres [par] Jean Girau- 
doux. Paris, 1935. 26, [2] p. 4to. 
( [La Petite illustration, no. 751] ) 
© Dec. 14, 1935 ; 1 c. Feb. 20, 1936 ; 
D 41154 ; Jean Giraudoux, Paris. 

1735 

Guy's girl minstrels ; a radio presenta- 
tion, by J. G. Sampsel. © 1 c. Mar. 
10, 1936; D 41290; John Guy Samp- 
sel, Astoria, L. L, N. Y. 1736 

Hallelujah sex ; Ah men ! a Negro mu- 
sical farce in 2 acts, by R. Spencer, 
modernized version based upon the 



Lysistrata of Aristophanes. Text. 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1936 ; D 41237 ; Ray- 
mond Spencer, New York. 3737 

Hamlet in Wittenberg; schauspiel von 
Gerhart Hauptmann. Berlin [1935] 
189, [1] p. 8vo. © Nov. 7. 1935; 
1 c. Mar. 19, 1936; D 41643; S. 
Fischer verlag, a. g., Berlin. 1738 

Hamlet (William Shakespeare's) ; ed- 
ited in 3 acts, by S. Watts, with 
revisions to acts,, 1, 2. Act 1, 2 © 
1 c. Feb. 5, 1936 ; Act 3 & revisions 
to act 1 & 2 © 1 c Feb. 27, 1926; 
D 41350 ; Schuyler Watts, New York. 

1739 

Hand painted heaven ; a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by H. T. Porter and A. H. 
White. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1936; D 
41468; H. T. Porter and Alfred H. 
White, New York. 1740 

Happiness, inc. ; episode no. 1, by P. H. 
Barnes. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1936; D 
41482; Patrick Henry Barnes, Larch- 
mont, N. Y. 1741 

Happy days ; a farce-comedy in 3 acts, 
by Glenn Hughes. Boston, Mass.. 
Los Angeles, Cal. [1936] 128 p. 
diagr. 12mo. ( [Baker's r o v a 1 1 v 
plays]) © Feb. 24, 1936; 2 c. Mar. 
11; D 41280; Walter FI. Baker co.. 
Boston. 1742 

a play in 3 acts,, by Pat O'Mara 

[i. e. Patrick O'Mara] © 1 c. Feb. 
29, 1936; D 41629; Patrick O'Mara, 
Baltimore. 1743 

Harriet Beecher Stowe, a little woman 
who started a great war ; by B. 
Ruskay and L. Kalich (In Victorian 
vignettes, bv B. Ruskay and L. Ka- 
lich.) © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1936; D 
41379; Blix Ruskay, Forest Hills, 
N.'Y. and Lillian Kalich, New York. 

1744 

Hat (The) shop ; a comedy in 1 act. by 
Irene Copley. Des Moines, la. 
[1935] 16 p. 12mo. © Sept. 1, 
1935; 2 c. Mar. 30', 1936; D 41660; 
Ivan Bloom Hardin co., Des Moines. 

1745 

He said adios ; musical comedy in 2 
acts, by Leo Randole [pseud, of E. 
Randole] © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1936; D 
41157; Evelyn Randole, New York. 

1746 

Held seiner traume ; ein lustspiel in 3 
akten, von Axel I vers. © 1 c. Mar. 
2,. 19-36 ; D 41177 ; Drei masken ver- 
lag, a.-g., Berlin. 1747 



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1770 



Helen Hayes serial; an original radio 
script, by Edith Meiser. no. 22. The 
new Penny. Nelly's secret. © 1 c. 
Mar. 21, 1936; 1) 41487: McKniiiht 
and Jordan, inc.. New York. 1 < 4S 

no. 23. The new Penny. 



John's engagement and Mr. Crowd- 
er's visit. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1986; 
1) 414NN : McKnight and Jordan, inc., 
New York. 1749 

no. 24. The new Penny. The 



adoption of Mickey. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 
1936: D 41489: McKnight and Jor- 
dan, inc. New York. 1750 

no. 25. The new Penny. The 



fire. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1936; D 41490; 
McKnight and Jordan, inc., New 
York. 1751 



no. 26. The new Penny. The 

dawn. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1936; D 
41491 : McKniiiht and Jordan, inc.. 
New Y«.rk. 1752 

Hell anil heaven; a drama in 3 acts, 
by William I), Redwinc. Greenwood. 
Ark., Greenwood publishing company, 
1986. 48 p. 12mo. © Mar. 11, 1936; 

2 C. Mar. 1:5: I) 41392: Frances J. 
Red wine. Rate-lift". Ark. 1753 

Hell's kitchen; a drama in 3 acts, by 
E. H. Culbertson, revised version of 
Dark stairways. © 1 c. Mar. 19', 
1986 : D 414a; : Ernest Howard Cul- 
bertson. New Rochelle, N. Y. 1754 

— — a drama of the great open spaces, 
in 3 acts, by C. C. Cooper. © 1 c. 
Mar. in. 1936: D 41300; Colin Gamp- 
bell Cooper. Santa Barbara, Calif. 

1755 

Here we go : a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Guy Andros [pseud, of E. von Maul- 
taszehe-Malsch] and N. Mitchell. © 
1 c. Mar. 12. 1930; D 41342; Ed- 
mund von Manltaszche-Malsch, New 
York, and Norma Mitchell, Ham- 
burg, Conn. 1756 

Hex ( The » doctor ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by W. W. Whalen. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1936; P 41580; Will W. Whalen, 
Orttanna. Pa. 1757 

Hexe (Die) von Passau ; schauspiel in 
6 aufziigen and einem vorspiel, von 
Kidiard Billinger. Berlin [1935] 
105, [1] p. 12mo. © Nov. 7, 1935; 
1 c. Mar. 19, 1936; D 41641; S. 
Fischer verlag, a. g*., Berlin. 1758 

Hide the red key; a play in 3 acts, by 
Robert Bnrkhardt. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 
1936: D 41400; Robert Ferdinand 
Bnrkhardt. Los Angeles. 1759 



Hier muss ein maim her ; gesellscbat'ts- 
lnstspiel in 3 akten, von Friedrich 
Hedlei-. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1936; D 
41170; Neue buhnenveiiag im ver- 



lag fur kulturpolitik, 
Berlin. 



m. b. h.. 

1700 



High (The) hat club; by V. Radcliffe. 
© 1 c. Mar. 18, 1936 ; D 41663 ; Ver- 
non Radcliffe, Pelbam Manor, N. Y. 

1761 

High noon ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 1 (1 

Nordstrom. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1930: 
1) 41304; Frances Nordstrom, New 
York. 1762 

His lucky break ; a melodramatic farce- 
comedy in 1 act, by Royal Percival 
Macdonald. San Francisco, Calif., 
Cincinnati, ()., 1936. 20 p. 12mo. 
© Mar. 8, 1936; 2 c. Mar. 24: J) 
41529 ; Banner play bureau, inc., San 
Francisco. 1763 

His wayside messengers; a children's 
day primary pageant, text by Verna 
Whinery, incidental mnsic by Ruth 
Hale [pseud, of Ira B. Wilson] Day- 
ton, (). [etc.! 1930. 16 p. 8vo. © 
Mar. 18, 1936 ; 2 c. Mar. 25 ; D 39053 ; 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, O. 1764 

His wife's return; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by F. H. Wilde. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1930 ; 
D 41222 ; Frank Howard YVilde, Bay- 
side, N. Y. 1765 

His worship the mayor. See Give us 
tbis day. 

Hit (The) of the season; a musical 
short with 2 sets, book, lyrics and 
mnsic by L. Bellin and E. Dorien. © 
1 c. Jan. 30, 1936; D 39049; Lewis 
Bellin and Edward Dorien, New 
York. 1760 

Hollisters (The) : episodes 1-10, by L. 
D. Hollister. © 1 c. each Mar. 24, 
1936 ; D 41549 ; Len D. Hollister, New 
York. 1767 

Home sweet home ; chapters 206-220, by 
Archie Coates. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1936; 
D 41250; Procter & Gamble co., 
Cincinnati. 1768 

Horse-play ;. a vaudeville play, by D. 
Hailparn. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1930; D 
41256; Dorothy Hailparn, Brooklyn. 

1769 

Horse saves payroll. Sec While the 
city sleeps. 

Horse tale; a play in 3 acts, by A. 
Bell. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1930 ; D 41428 ; 
Alladine Bell, Logan, Utah. 1770 



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1771 



pt. I. v. 9 



Hot oil and henna ; a broad farce in 3 
acts, by A. Lewis. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 
1936; D 41225; Addison Lewis, 
Minneapolis. 1771 

Hotchkiss (The) plan; a play in 10 
scenes, by A. Wetstein. © 1 c. Feb. 
10, 1936; D 41308; Aleen Wetstein, 
Pittsburgh. 1772 

House (A) in the country ; a comedy in 
3 acts, by M. Levy. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1936; D 41344; Melvin Levy, Upper 
Black Eddy, Pa. 1773 

How the portrait of Carmencita was 
finished; a fantasy by B. La Force. 
© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1936; D 41345; 
Beatrice La Force, San Diego, Calif. 

1774 

Hudson river excursion ; a play in 8 
scenes, by Wally Langerfeld [i. e. W. 
D. Langerfeld] and William J. 
Frees. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1936 ; D 41303 ; 
Wallace Douglas Langerfeld, Mamar- 
oneck, N. Y. 1775 

Humpty Dumpty (The) deal; an ani- 
mated cartoon comedy drama, by 
Lauren T. Tuttle. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 
1936; D 41382; Lauren Taylor 
Tuttle, San Francisco. 1776 

Hungarian rhapsody; a screen play by 
W. R. Meadows. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1936; D 41609; William Ross Mea- 
dows, Dartford, Kent, England. 

1777 

I want a salesman ! by Edwin S. 
Hewitt. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1936; D 
41441 ; Olivia T. Orth, Milwaukee. 

1778 

If a man marry; a comedy in 3 acts, 
W. J. Steele. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1936; 
D 41158 ; William James Steele, New 
York. 1779 

Im Rebeloch rumort's ; lustspiel in 3 
akten, von Vomhof [pseud] © 1 c. 
Mar. 2, 1936 ; D 41175 ; Drei masken 
verlag, a.-g., Berlin. 1780 

In cherry blossom time; a playlet, by 
Polly Arnold. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1936; 
D 41215; Pauline F. Arnold, New 
York. 1781 

In interitus ; a play in 3 acts, by C. C. 
Mills. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1936 ; D 41163 ; 
Clark Corey Mills, Brooklyn. 1782 

In the days of Domitian. See Four 
plays for Easter. 

In the service of the King. See For 
the joy of living. 



Indomitable fate; a drama in 3 acts, 
by M. A. Goldstein. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 
1936; D 41294; Max A. Goldstein, 
Lakewood, N. J. 1783 

Ishmael; a play in a prologue and 3 
acts, by Oliver Marlow [pseud, of 

0. M. Wilkinson.] [London] The 
Garamond press, ltd., 1935. 39 p. 
8 vo. © Dec. 30, 1935; 1 c. Mar. 5, 
1936; D 41227; Oliver Marlow Wil- 
kinson, West Mersea, Essex, Eng- 
land. 1784 

It happened between trains ; a play in 

1 act with sound effects, by Gilbert 
H. Kneiss. San Francisco, Calif., 
Cincinnati, O., 1936. 11 p. 12 mo. 
© Feb, 15, 1936; 2 c. Mar. 24; D 
41525 ; Banner play bureau, inc., San 
Francisco. 1785 

It happened in Holland; an operetta 
in 2 acts, for junior high schools, 
book and lyrics by Sarah Grames 
Clark, music by Arthur A. Penn. 
Full vocal score and libretto with 
complete directions for staging cos- 
tumes and action. New York [etc., 
1936] 70 p. 4to. © Mar. 7, 1936; 

2 c. Mar. 19 ; D 39048 ; Carl Fischer, 
inc., New York. 1786 

It happened in Syracuse; a play in 3 
acts, by Thomas Reginald Arkell. © 
1 c. Mar. 28, 1936 ; D 41679 ; Thomas 
R. Arkell, Los Angeles. . 1787 

Jam yesterday ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 

1. S. Davis. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1936; 
D 41467; Isabella Symners Davis, 
University, Charlottesville, Va. 1788 

Jane and Walter. See Stars of the 
future. 

Jerry Mason dines ; by R. Hawkins. © 
1 c. Mar. 13, 1936; D 41359; Ross 
Hawkins, New York. 1789 

Jim Mandy, the billy goat butter. See 
Billy Goat Jim Mandy. 

Jizdni hlidka ; hra o 3 dejstvich [die] 
Frant. Langer [i. e. Frantisek 
Langer] 4 vydani. Praha. Fr. 
Borovy, 1936, 93, [1] p. diagr. 8 
vo. © Oct. 18, 1935; 1 c. Mar. 30, 
1936; D 41646; Universum literarni 
agentura Bohumila Perllka, Prague 
XII, Czechoslovakia. 1790 

Job (A) for Joe; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. S. Foust. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1936; 
D 41548; Madeleine Skelly Foust, 
Pittsburgh. 1791 

Joe Dopest, expert motorist, presented 
by The Traffieourtesy club ; episode 
no. 1, an original radio script, by C. 



88 



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no. 3, 1936 



1814 



Biehler. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 1936; D 
41598; Charles Biehler, New York. 

1792 

Johannisfreier ; volkssttick mit musik 
in 3 akten, von Andres Zimmermann. 
Neubearbeitet fur die deutschen 
volksbiihnen von Konrad Dreher. 
Berlin, 1935. 2 p. 1., 3-70' p. diagrs. 
12 mo. Text. © Nov. 20, 1935 ; 1 c. 
Feb. 24, 1936 ; D 41194 ; Arcadia ver- 
lag, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 1793 

John's engagement and Mr. Crowder's 

visit. See Helen Hayes serial. 

m 
Joseph sold into Egypt ; a sacred drama 

by B. Mack. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1936; 

D 41569; Beatrice Mack, Baltimore. 

1794 

Josephine de Beauharnais ; a play in 3 
acts, by Ralph Lee. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 
1936; D 41479; Helen H. Walker, 
New York. 1795 

July the third ; a play in 1 act, by J. L. 
Dunning. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1936; D 
41254 ; John Lawrance Dunning, 
New York. 1796 

Junior conservation play ; by Mrs. 
Paul King [i. e. C. B. King] © 1 c. 
Mar. 7, 1936; D 41253; Cornelia B. 
King, Stony Brook, L. I., N. Y. 1797 

Junior (The) G men of America; a 
dramatic composition adapted to 
presentation by radio, by Bradford 
G. Hathaway. Feb. 25-28. 1936. © 
1 c. each Feb. 16, 1936; D 41673- 
41676; Bradford G. Hathaway, inc., 
Newark, N. J. 1798-18ol 

part 2, nos. 7-10. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1936; D 41570; Bradford G. Hatha- 
way, inc., Newark, N. J. 1802 

Just east of Broadway ; a play in 3 
acts, bv H. I. Strandhagen. © 1 c. 
Mar. 20 r 1936; D 41494; Harry Ir- 
ving Strandhagen, Kansas City, Mo. 

1803 

Karriere ! ! ! musikalisches lustspiel in 
6 bildern, von Theodor Miihlen. Mu- 
sik [von] Erwin Dressel. Berlin, 
1935. 3 p. 1., [51-106 p. 12mo. 
Text. © Dec. 31, 1935: 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1936; D 41196: Arcadia verlag, 
g. m. b. h., Berlin. 1804 

Kilencagu korona ; szinjatek 3 fel- 
vonasban (6t kep) irta Hatvany Lili 
[i. e. Lili Hatvany] es Hunyady 
Sandor [i. e. Sandor Hunyady] ren- 
dez<"» Hegediis Tibor [i. e. Tibor 
Hegediis] [Budapest, Hungary, Szin- 



hazi elet, 1935] p. 121-142. port. 
8vo. © Dec. 15, 1935; 1 c. Mar. 5, 
1936; D 41321; Alexander Marton, 
Budapest, Hungary. 1805 

Kinfolks ; a play in 3 acts and an epi- 
logue, by J. Mulholland. © 1 c. 
Mar. 23, 1936; D 41500; James Mul- 
holland, Cleveland. 1806 

King (The) the greatest alcalde. See 
Four plays. 

King (The) wants freedom ; a play in 
6 scenes, by L. Kamishnikoff. © 
1 c. Mar. 21, 1936; D 41497; Leo 
Kamishnikoff, New York. 1807 

Kingdom come ; the sacred comedy of 
the lost Christ, by Namphonos 
[pseud, of L. W. Fearn] Tatsfield, 
Kent, England, The Schola press 
[1935] 100' p. 8vo. © Nov. 13, 
1935; 1 c. Feb. 25, 1936; D 41375; 
Leslie Watson Fearn, London. 1808 

Kirschkern (Der) ; musikalisches lust- 
spiel in 6 bildern, von Otto Ernst 
Hesse, musik von Heinz Tiessen. 
Berlin, 1936. 3 p. 1., [5] -106 p. 
12mo. Text. © Jan. 1, 1936; 1 c. 
Feb. 24; D 41195; Arcadia verlag, 
g. m. b. h., Berlin. 1809 

Komodie der irrungen. See Shake- 
speare. 

Krach im hinterhaus; komodie in 3 
akten [von] Maximilian Bottcher. 
Wartburgstadt Eisenach, 1985. 88 
p. diagrs. 8vo. © May 17, 1934; 
1 c. Feb. 24, 1936 ; D 41200 ; Verlag 
Philipp Kiihner, Eisenach, Germanv. 

1810 

Kreuzerbesuch ; komodie in 4 akten, 
von Friedrich Lindemann. © 1 c. 
Mar. 2, 1936 ; D 41174 ; Drei masken 
verlag, a.-g., Berlin. 1811 

Lady counsellor; no. 1, by A. Oboler. 
© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1936; D 41393; 
Arch Oboler, Chicago. 1812 

Lady Luck ; a family comedy in 3 
acts, by H. Adler, based upon the 
play entitled Lucky break, by R. H. 
Hill. Revised, reedited,. and rewrit- 
ten version of Lady Luck, by H. 
Adler. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1936; D 
41671 ; Hyman Adler, Brooklyn. 

1813 

Lady of the night : a play in 3 acts, by 
Robert H. Leeds [pseud, of H. R. 
LeVine] © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1936; D 
41439; H. Robert LeVine, Pitts- 
burgh. 1814 



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1815 



pt. i, v. 



Lakodalom van a mi utcankban ; falusi 
tortenet 3 felvonasban, irta R. Roz- 
sahegyi Ilona [i. e. I. R. Rozsahegyi] 
© 1 c. Mar. 23, 1936; D 41559; 
Ilona R. Rozsahegyi, New York. 

1815 

Land where ; a play in 3 acts, by M. F. 
Melcher. ©I.e. Mar. 24, 1936; D 
41565 ; Marguerite Fellows Melcher, 
Montclair, N. J. 1816 

Last (The) straw; a play in 3 acts 
with epilogue, by Robert Sloane. © 
1 c. Mar. 19, 1936 ; D 41464 ; Robert 
Ralph Sloane, New York. 1817 

Leading man ; a play in a prologue 
and 3 acts, by J. Zucker and A. 
Kowel. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1936; D 
41136; Joseph Zucker and Abraham 
Kowel, Philadelphia. 1818 

League (The) of the devil; a mystery 
play in 3 acts, by F. R. Brown. © 
1 c. Mar. 24, 1936 ; D 41561 ; Forrest 
R. Brown, South Braintree, Mass. 

1819 

Leap-year bride ; episode no. 1, a radio 
program, by M. Simon. © 1 c. Mar. 
21, 1936; D 41484; Milton Simon, 
Memphis, Tenn. 1820 

Letter of the law; a melodrama in 2 
acts, by Milton Silver. © 1 c. Mar. 
3, 1936; D 41161; Milton L. Silver, 
Sunnyside, Long Island City, N. Y. 

1821 

Liberty city ; a light comedy in 3 acts, 
with music (optional) by F. A. 
Mathews, jr. Text. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 
1936; D 41334; Frank A. Mathews, 
jr., Camden, N. J. 1822 

Liebesfahrt der scholaren. See Wider 
willen. 

Liebestraum; by C. S. Blodgett. © 
1 c. Mar. 11, 1936; D 41539; Cor- 
nelia Skinner Blodgett, New York. 

1823 

Life begins at sixty ; a play in 13 
scenes, with prologue, by G. R. 
Stone and W. E. Maylon. © 1 c. 
Feb. 11, 1936; D 41133; George 
Richard Stone and William Edward 
Maylon, Portland, Or. 1824 

Life (The) of Mary Sothern ; by Don 
Becker; script nos. 349^351. © 1 c. 
each Feb. 27, 1936; D 41212-41214; 
Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

1825-1827 

scripts nos. 352-357. © 1 c. 

each Mar. 6, 1936; D 41325-41330 ; 
Crosley radio Corp., Cincinnati. 

1828-1833 



scripts nos. 35&-360. © 1 c. 

each Mar. 10, 1936 ; D 41331-41333 ; 
Crosley radio Corp., Cincinnati. 

1834-1836 

scripts nos. 361-364. © 1 c. 

each Mar. 17, 1936; D 41541-41544; 
Crosley radio Corp., Cincinnati. 

1837-1840 

scripts nos. 365-367. © 1 c. 

each Mar. 20, 1936 ; D 41545-41547 ; 
Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

1841-1843 

scripts nos. 368-371. © 1 c. 

each Mar. 25, 1936 ; D 41610-11613 ; 
Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

1844-1847 

Lip reader. See While the city sleeps. 

Little people ; a play in 3 acts, by T. A. 
Donahue. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1936; D 
41399; Thomas Aquinas Donahue, 
Cleveland. 1848 

Little poison ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
J. Kelly. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1936; D 
41144; James Kelly, Michigan City. 
Ind. 1849 

Log (The) of the Dolphin ; scripts 1-3, 
a radio presentation, by Harry 
Strandhagen. © 1 c. each Mar. 30, 
1936; D 41670; Harry I. Strand- 
hagen, Kansas City, Mo. 1850 

Lois and Ken. See Tomorrow's stars. 

Lone (The) Ranger; by Francis 
Striker; no. A-100. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 
1936; D 41189'; Lone Ranger, inc., 
Detroit. 1851 

no. A-101. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 

1936; D 41369; Lone Ranger, inc., 
Detroit. 1852 



no. A-102. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 

1936: D 41593; Lone Ranger, inc., 
Detroit. 1853 

no. A-103, © 1 c. Mar. 26, 



1936; D 41599; Lone Ranger, inc. 
Detroit. 1854 

Lost (The) hat; a criminous comedy 
in 1 act, by Edward Percy [pseud, of 
E. P. Smith] London, H. F. W. 
Deane & sons, The Year book press, 
ltd. ; Boston, Mass., The Baker inter- 
national play bureau [1936] 27 p. 
diagr. 12mo. (The Year book press 
series of plays) © Feb. 12. 1936; 
1 c. Feb. 24 ; D 41260 ; Edward Percy 
Smith, Tenterden, Kent, England. 

1855 



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1875 



Love a la carte ; a farce comedy in 3 
acts, by D. Frnnkel. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 
1936; D 41277; Deborah Frankel, 
New York. 1856 

Love (The) affairs of Mary Moore; a 
comedy farce in 1 act, by Airel Rob- 
erts [i. e. A. R. Kiley] © 1 c. Mar. 
2, 1936; D 41135; Airel Roberts 
Kiley, Boston. 1857 

Love me little ; a satirical comedy in 3 
acts, by K. Kohn. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 

1936; D 41562; Koby Kohn, New 
York. 1858 

Love of a genius ; biographical drama 
in 5 acts, by F. B. Friderici Ziehm 
[i. e. Frida Ziehm] © 1 c. Mar. 10, 
1986; D 41296; Frida Ziehm, New 
York. 1859 

Love on ice. Sec Grand hotel. 

Love (The) seat. See Pair (A) of 
shorts. 

Lucky break. Sec Lady Luck. 

Luxury shop; or, Smart apparel, by 
C. S. Blodgett. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1986 ; 
D 41536 ; Cornelia Skinner Blodgett, 
New York. 1860 

Lysistrata. See Hallelujah sex ; Ah 

men ! 

Madam Bovania & Chev. Siva ; a 
comedy in 2 acts, by L. Mucelli. © 
1 c. Mar. 23, 1936; D 41552; Louis 
Mucelli. New York. 1861 

Magnificent (The) heel; a comedy in 
3 acts, by S. Raphaelson, a com- 
pletely rewritten version of, Boolie, 
by the same author. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 
1936; D 41305; Samson Raphaelson, 
West Los Angeles. 1862 

Malerprinzess (Die) ; operette in 3 
akten, von Walter Erwin Dietrich 
unci Geo^g La Tour-Albrecht, musik 
von H. Kipp. Text. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1936; D 41309; Heinrich Kipp, 
Bremen, Germany. 1863 

Man (The) trap at Moosamin. See 
Renfrew of the Mounted. 

Man's (A) world; a comedy-drama in 
6 scenes, by G. Galloway. © 1 c. 
Mar. 2, 1936; D 41140; Gene Gallo- 
way, New York. 1864 

Mar's acres ; a play in 3 acts with pro- 
logue and epilogue, by A. N. Wil- 
liams. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1936; D 
41463; Albert N. Williams, New 
Haven. 1865 



Mater; a play in 3 acts, by C. A. 
Fifer. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1936; D 
41672; C. Arthur Fifer, Quincy, 111. 

1866 

Matinee today; a 1-act satire, by H. 
Wright. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1936; D 
41449 ; Hamilton Wright, New York. 

1867 

Matka ; sztuka w 3 aktach, przez M. 
Morozowicz-Szczepkowska. © 1 c. 
Feb. 24, 1936 ; D 41162 ; Mar ja Moro- 
zowicz S'zczepkowska, Warsaw, 
Poland. 1868 

May and June; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Howard Porter. Des Moines, la. 
[1935] 12 p. 12mo. © Sept. 1, 1935 ; 
2 c. Mar. 30, 1936; D 41652; Ivan 
Bloom Hardin co., Des Moines. 

1869 

Men, my brothers ! a play in 3 acts, by 
H. T. Marshall. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 
1936; D 41403; Harry T. Marshall, 

Cleveland. 1870 

Menschen in glaubensnot ; schauspiel 
in 12 bildern, von Fritz Feig-Thumer. 
© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1936; D 41208; 
Gustav Griindig, g. in. b. h., Berlin. 

1871 

Michael O'Rourke, civil engineer. See 
First nighter. 

Mighty (The) voice of Oozay ; by 
San Tejas. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1936; D 
41139; Rudolph Coons, Germantown, 
N. Y. 1872 

Miladi; a play in 4 acts by E. Aron- 
freed, with incidental music, adapted 
from Miladi, an original story by E. 
Aronfreed, based on Miladi, a short 
story by G. Lenotre (Louis K. T. 
Gosselin) [i. e. Louis Leon Theodore 
Gosselin] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1936; D 
41130; Eva Aronfreed, Philadelphia. 

1873 

Million dollar message. See First 

nighter. 
Millionairess (The) See Simpleton, 

The six, and the millionairess. 

Mine ! a play in 3 acts, by A. N. Keed- 
well and C. L. Eidlitz, music by Roy 
Barmore. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1936; D 
39056; Alfred Norval Keedwell and 
Carol Louise Eidlitz, New York. 

1874 

Ministerprasident (Der) ; schauspiel in 
5 akten, von Wolfgang Goetz. © 1 
c. Mar. 2, 1936; D 41171; Neue 
buhnenverlag im verlag fur kultur- 
politik, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 1875 



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1875* 



pt. i, v. 9 



Missionary plays and pageants; by 
Fannie Smith Gray. Kansas City, 
Mo., Western Baptist publishing 
company, 1936. 277 p.. front, (port.) 
8vo. Contents. — The history of mis- 
sions — in pageantry, song, and 
story. — Following the star. — Seeing 
is believing. — Around the fireside. — 
The wages of sin. — What the cross 
meant to Christ. — An after-meet- 
ing. — Ruth. — Worth-while girls at 
work. — Boardman Black's policy. — 
Pastor's aid versus The Ladies' 
aid. — A white cross thimble party. — 
The volunteers. — Belle Brown's sac- 
rifice. — Slowville over the top. — An 
old day celebrated in a new way. — 
Lights of the world. — Sowing and 
reaping. — Christianity versus the 
ethnic religions. — A twentieth cen- 
tury Home, sweet home. — The evo- 
lution of a Browning club. — The big 
five. — Mrs. Snapp prescribes. — Prej- 
udice yields to reason. — Slabtown or- 
ganizes. © Feb. 28, 1936; 2 c. and 
aff . Mar. 2 ; A 92035 ; Fannie Smith 
Gray, Chanute, Kan. 1875 * 

Mister Noah and his chilluns. See 
Noah and his chilluns. 

Moonbeams. See As the moon passes. 

Moonlight (The) sonata; a playlet 
based on historic facts in the life 
of Ludwig Beethoven, by E. Moyer. 
© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1936 ; D 41183 ; Ebbie 
Moyer, Springfield, O. 1876 

Morceaux choisis ; avant-propos 
d' Andre Gide [par] Henry Monnier. 
Paris [1935] 2 p. 1., [vii]-xv, 239 p., 
3 1. 12mo. © Oct. 31, 1935 ; 1 c. Feb. 
17, 1936; A— Foreign 30532; Librai- 
rie Gallimard, Paris. 1876* 

Morning darkness ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Jay Mallory [pseud, of J. Carey] 
© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1936 ; D 41258 ; Joyce 
Carey, New York. 1877 

Mother Goose in Safety Land; an 
original play in 1 act, by M. E. 
Uchitel. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1936; D 
41501 ; Mary E. Uchitel, Brooklyn. 

1878 

Mother's day helper; no. 2, all new ex- 
ercises, recitations, tableaus, drills 
and a special feature, Sacred memo- 
ries. A complete program for Moth- 
er's day, by Emily Donaghy. [Phila- 
delphia, 1986] 14, [10] p. illus. 
8vo. Contains music. © Mar. 7, 
1936; 2 c. and aff. Mar. 11; A A 
198675; Hall-Mack co., Philadelphia. 

1879 



Mountain (The) of vision; a pageant 
for children's day ; written and com- 
piled by The Reverend Clyde H. Wil- 
cox. Los Angeles, Calif., Pageant 
publishers, 1986. cover-title, 12 p. 
diagr. 8vo. Music by various com- 
posers. Standard hymns. © Mar. 
17, 1986 ; 2 c. Mar. 25 ; D 39052 ; Ly- 
man R. Bayard, Fillmore, Calif. 

1880 

Moza de cantaro. See Water (The) 
maid. 

Mozart. See Composers' hour. 

Mugs and millions ; a farce in 1 act, bv 
J. H. Hoag. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1936; 
D 41243 ; John Hacker Hoag, Haver- 
ford, Pa. 1881 

Museum of the city of New York. See 
Echoes of New York town. 

Myrt and Marge; episodes nos. 723- 
742, a series of radio sketches, by 
Myrtle Vail. © 1 c. each Mar. 16, 
1936; D 41406-41425; Win. Wrigley, 
jr. co., Chicago. 1882-1901 

Mysterious (The) lady; a comedy in 2 
acts, by L. Giuliano. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1936; D 41124; Leonard Giuliano, 
West Brighton, S. I., N. Y. 1902 

Neighbors of 1936; episode no. 1, by 
S. A. Kantrowitz. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 
1936 ; D 41396 ; Sayde A. Kantrowitz, 
Minneapolis. • 1903 

Nelly's secret. See Helen Hayes serial. 

Never took a lesson ; by M. G. Michael. 
© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1936; D 41684; 
Michael G. Michael, New York. 

1904 

Nevermore ; a play in 3 acts, by P. W. 
Tell, based on the life of Edgar Al- 
lan Poe. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1936; D 
41556; Pincus W. Tell, Hollywood, 
Calif. 1905 

New (The) Penny. See Helen Hayes 
serial. 

No exit ; a play in 3 acts, by G. Good- 
child and F. Witty. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1936 ; D 41579 ; George Goodchild and 
Frank Witty, London. 1906 

No ugly dream — ; a play in a prologue 
and 3 acts, by Willard H. Mohn. © 
1 c. Mar. 27, 1936; D 41616; Willard 
Harry Mohn, Reading, Pa. 1907 

Noah and his chilluns ; or, Mister Noah 
and his chilluns, a 3-act drama, by 
Berta Metzger [pseud, of B. F. Metz- 
ger] © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1986; D 41617 ; 
Bertha Florence Metzger, Los An- 
geles. 1908 



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1931 



Nobody knows ; a play in 3 acts, by E. 
Greensfelder. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1936; 
D 41318 ; Elmer Greensfelder, Balti- 
more. 1909 

Non si sa come ; drauuna in 3 atti [di] 
Luigi Pirandello. Milano, A. Mon- 
dadori [1935] 5 p. 1., [13]-116 p. 1 1. 
12mo. ([Maschere nude, v. xxxi]) 
© Aug. 10, 1935 ; 1 c. Mar. 18, 1936 ; 
D 41582 ; Casa editrice A. Mondadori, 
Milan. 1910 

Not in our stars ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
V. Keilly. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1936; D 
41291 ; Virginia Reilly, New York. 

1911 

Not made in heaven ; a comedy in 7 
scenes, by D. N. Rubin. © 1 c. Mar. 
2, 1936; D 41146; Daniel N. Rubin, 
San Francisco. 1912 

Nothing to lose ; a play in 3 acts, by F. 
Eskenazi. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1936; D 
41231 ; Florence Eskenazi, Brooklyn. 

1913 

Now we make waste baskets ; a play 
in 1 act, by D. Lindsay. © 1 c. Mar. 
21, 1936 ; D 41496 ; Donald Lindsay, 
Bloomfield, N. J. 1914 

Nuts to Hugh ; a musical comedy in 3 
acts, by E. W. Flaccus, jr. Text. © 
1 c. Feb. 28, 1936; D 41587; Elmer 
William Flaccus, jr., Tucson, Ariz. 

1915 

Obesity cure scheme ; [by Kenneth B. 
Backman] 1936. 8 numb. 1. 4to. 
© Mar. 27, 1936; 2 c. Mar. 30; D 
41661; Boston better business bu- 
reau, inc., Boston. 1916 

Object matrimony ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by R. Birchard. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 
1936 ; D 41429 ; Ralph Birchard, Los 
Angeles. 1917 

Old Lady Shakespeare. See Grand 
hotel. 

One hot afternoon ; by H. Garson. © 
1 c. Mar. 11, 1936; D 41311; Hank 
Garson, New York. 1918 

One of three; a play in 3 acts, by 
Romeo Gutsche. Contains copy- 
righted music. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1936 ; 
D 41495 ; Romeo Maxemilian Eugene 
Ludwig Gutsche, New York. 1919 

O'Neills (The) ; episodes 93-105, by 
Jane West. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1936 ; D 
41251; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1920 

Open doors; a play especially adapted 
for senior class day exercises, by 
Jessie Hill Dunn. 1936. 28 1. diagrs. 



4to. Contains music. © Mar. 18, 
1936; 2 c. and aff. Mar. 21; AA 
199125 ; Jessie Hill Dunn, Covington, 
La. 1921 

Othello. See Shakespeare's jealous 
men of Venice. 

Our Aunt Aggie; no. 1, by A. Oboler. 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1936 ; D 41232 ; Arch 
Oboler, Chicago. 1922 

Our day of Thanksgiving; a Thanks- 
giving pageant, by Harry Lawrence 
and George L. Treadwell. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1936 ; D 41240 ; Rotary club 
of Chicago, Chicago. 1923 

Our dearest possession ; a play in 1 
act, by Robert Middlemass. New 
York, N. Y., 1936. viii, 42 p. diagr. 
12mo. ( [Longmans' play series] ) 
© Mar. 18, 1936; 2 c. Mar. 24; D 
41567 ; Longmans, Green & co., New 
York. 1924 

Out of the dark ; a play in 3 acts, by 
I. D'Abbes. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1936 ; D 
41315; Ingrain D'Abbes, London. 

1925 

Out of the shadows; a play in 3 acts, 
by Jessie Louella Marvin. © 1 c. 
Mar. 21, 1936; D 41493; Jessie L. 
Marvin, New York. 1926 

Overhead ; a comedy in 3 acts, by E. S. 
Goldstein. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1936; D 
41348; Edwin S. Goldstein, Shaker 
Heights, O. 1927 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins ; continuities 
nos. 659 E. T.-675 E. T., by Lee Geb- 
hart. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1936 ; D 41252 ; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

1928 

Pageant of the arts, a plea for inter- 
national good will, by Roy Monroe 
Langdon. Fort Collins, Col., 1936. 
18, [1] p. 8vo. © Feb. 15, 1936; 
2 c. Feb. 21 ; aff. Mar. 2 ; AA 197467 ; 
Roy Monroe Langdon, Fort Collins, 
Col. 1929 

Painted (The) desert; a drama of to- 
day in 3 acts, by E. P. White. © 
1 c. Mar. 16, 1936 ; D 41395 ; Eden P. 
White, Kansas City, Mo. 1930 

Pair (A) of shorts ; including The 
love seat, by Mary C. Brennan, and 
Babies, by Georgine Schlief. Des 
Moines, la. [1935] 12 p. 12mo. 
© Sept. 1, 1935 ; 2 c. Mar. 30, 1936 ; 
D 41659; Ivan Bloom Hardin co., 
Des Moines. 1931 



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1932 



pt. i, v. 9 



Pandora's box ; a play in 1 act, by M. 
E. Uchitel. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1936; 
D 41502 ; Mary E. Uchitel, Brooklyn. 

1932 

Panorama ; a play in 25 scenes,, by H. 
H. Duenow. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1936 ; D 
41181 ; Herbert Harold Duenow, St. 
Louis. 1933 

Paramount (The) children's day book ; 
no. 7, recitations, exercises, panto- 
mimes, acrostics, dialogs, playlets, 
songs, drills. Contributors: Pearl 
Holloway, Carolyn Freeman, Alice 
C. Hoffman [and others] Chicago, 
111., 1936. 59, [5] p. 12mo. (A 
Paramount line publication) Con- 
tains music. © Apr. 4, 1936; 2 c. 
and aff . Apr. 6 ; AA 200955 ; Meyer 
& bro., Chicago. 1934 

Pari-mutuel ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Bill Lang [i. e. L. W. Lang] © 1 c. 
Mar. 14, 1936 ; D 41385 ; Leslie Wil- 
liam Lang, Laguna Beach, Calif. 

1935 

Pavilion (Le) brule; piece inedite en 
4 actes, par Steve Passeur [pseud, of 
E. Morin] Paris, 1935. (In Les 
CEuvres libres, no. 169) © July 1, 
1935; 1 c. Feb. 17, 1936; D 40937; 
JJtienne Morin, Neuilly, France. 

1936 

Perfect balance. See Buddy Wallace 
advertising program. 

Personal injury ; a play in 8 scenes, by 
M. Davidson. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1936; 
D 41223; Michael Davidson, New 
York. 1937 

Pierrot of San Sebastian; a Gypsy 
fantasy in 1 act, by Lita Hodge, 
adapted for the stage by The Na- 
tional league players of the Women's 
city club, San Francisco. San 
Francisco, Calif., Cincinnati, O., 
1936. 19 p. diagr. 12mo. ([Na- 
tional league players, series 1, no. 
1.] ) © Feb. 18, 1936 ; 2 c. Mar. 24 ; 
D 41526; Banner play bureau, inc., 
San Francisco. 1938 

Pilate the governor ; a passion play, by 
Rev. Daniel A. Lord. Saint Louis, 
Mo., 1986. cover- title, 54 numb. 1. 
4to. © Mar. 18, 1986 ; 2 c. Mar. 23 ; 
D 41531 ; Queen's work, inc., St. 
Louis. 1939 

Pink (The) girl; a comedy-drama in 
1 act, by Beulah Charmley. Des 
Moines, la. [1935] 32 p. 12mo. 
© Sept. 1, 1935 ; 2 c. Mar. 30, 1986 ; 
D 41655; Ivan Bloom Hardin co., 
Des Moines. 1940 



Plays ; [by] Anton Chekhov. Wood- 
cuts by Howard Simon. New York, 
The Three sirens press, 1985. 4 p. 1., 
3-328 p. front, (port.) illus., plates. 
8vo. Contents. — The sea-gull. — On 
the high road. — The proposal. — The 
bear. — The cherry orchard— The 
wedding. — The anniversary. — The 
three sisters. © Oct. 1, 1935; 2 c. 
Feb. 7, 1936; aff. Mar. 5; A 93024; 
Illustrated editions co., inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on illus- 
trations] 1940* 

Plays of changing Ireland ; edited with 
introductions and notes, by Curtis 
Canfield. New York, 1936. xv, 481 
p. 8vo. Dramatic contents. — pt. 1. 
William Butler Yeats : The words 
upon the windowpane. — Denis Johns- 
ton : The old lady says, no ! — Lennox 
Robinson: Church st. — The Earl of 
Longford: Yahoo. — pt. 2. George 
Shiels: The new gossoon. — Countess 
Longford: Mr. Jiggins of Jiggins- 
town. — Mary Manning: Youth's the 
season. — Rutherford Mayme : Bridge 
head. © Mar. 17, 1936 ; 2 c. and aff. 
Mar. 18; A 92363; Macmillan co., 
New York. 1940** 

Polonaise militaire, the life and work 
of Frederic Chopin ; a dramatic poem 
in three parts, by Jewell Miller. 
New York, 1936. x p., 1 1., 13-128 p. 
front, (port.) 8vo. © Feb. 28, 1936; 
2 c. and aff. Feb. 29 ; A 91987 ; G. P. 
Putnam's sons, New York. 1940*** 

Pop-eye goes native ; a South Sea is- 
land play in 3 acts, by A. W. Clark. 
© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1986; D 41426; Al- 
bert W. Clark, Grand Island, Neb. 

1941 

Poushkin ; a play in 3 acts, by P. Chav- 
chavadze. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1936; D 
41141 ; Paul Chavchavadze, New 
York. 1942 

Powrot mamy ; komedja w 3-ch aktach, 
przez M. Jasnorzewska-Pawlikowska. 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1986; D 41126; Marja 
Jasnorzewska-Pawlikowska, War- 
saw, Poland. 1943 

Prairie dust; a play of the Dakota 
drought, by Gerd Bernhart. © 1 c. 
Mar. 31, 1986; D 41685; Carolina 
playmakers, inc., Chapel Hill, N. C. 

1944 

President's (The) daughter; an idyll 
in 3 acts, by Alberta Elliott Clouser. 
© 1 c. Mar. 14, 1936; D 41387; Al- 
berta E. Clouser, New Bloomfield, 
Pa. 1945 



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1963 



Primary playlets and dramatizations ; 
by Louise Miller Novotny. Cincin- 
nati, O. [1936 J 3 p. L, 9^-141 p. 12mo. 
Contents. — God's pansy bed. — Why 
Mother Nature is sad. — Little tem- 
ples. — Praise ye the Lord. — Attain- 
ing. — The search for the ruby-red. — 
Planning Mothers gift. — Columbia's 
children. — Jane becomes a happy 
child. — O, give thanks. — Ever on- 
ward. — While shepherds watched. — 
On Judea's hills. — The queen of the 
months. — A garden question. — A 
brave little maid. — Come let us wor- 
ship. — The Word of God. — Boys of 
long ago. — God's perfect gifts. © 
Mar. 19, 1936 ; 2 c. and aff. Mar. 23 ; 
A 92426; Standard pub. co., Cincin- 
nati. 1945* 

Prinzessin Adeleide; operette in 3 ak- 
ten, text und musik von H. Brandes. 
© 1 c. Mar. 12 y 1936; D 39046; 
Herman Brandes, Milwaukee. 1946 

Prinzessin Naseweis und der dumme 
Hans; ein marchenspiel in 3 akten, 
von Hans Balzer. Hamburg [1935] 
46 p. diagr. 8vo. © Dec. 31, 1935 ; 
1 c. Feb. 24, 1936 ; D 41201 ; Quick- 
born-verlag, Hamburg, Germany. 

1947 

Prinzessin (Die) von Aragon ; heiteres 
spiel in 3 (4) akten, operetten-oper, 
text und musik von A. Strubell-Har- 
kort. Text. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1936; 
D 41209; Alexander Strubell-Har- 
kort, Dresden, Germany. 1948 

Prize (The) fighter. See Stars of to- 
morrow. 

Promise (The) and the fulfillment; a 
Christmas pageant play, by Adelaide 
Parker Titus. Boston, Mass., Los 
Angeles, Cal. [1936] 20 p. 12mo. 
© Mar. 4, 1936; 2 c. Mar. 11; D 
41286; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

1949 

Proov (De) up de leev ; spill in 3 
torns, von Wilhelm Scharrelmann. 
Hamburg [1935] 51 p. 8vo. © 
Dec. 31, 1935; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1936; D 
41202 ; Quickborn-verlag, Hamburg, 
Germany. 1950 

Proposal (A) by proxy; a novelty in 
1 act, by Esther E. Olson. Des 
Moines, la. [1935] 16 p. 12lno. 
© Sept. 1, 1935; 2 c. Mar. 30, 1936; 
D 41651; Ivan Bloom Hardin co., 
Des Moines. 1951 

Prozess um Kalifornien, die geschichte 
des Johann August Suter ; 3 akte mit 
9 bildern, von Hermann Ebbinghaus. 



Berlin, 1935. 2 p. 1., 3-98 p. 12mo. 
Text. © Nov. 20, 1935; 1 c. Feb. 
24, 1936; D 41197; Arcadia verlag, 
g. m. b. h., Berlin. 1952 

Public enemies of America. See Crime 
breeders, inc. 

Puff (The) sheet racket; by R. L. 
Karp. (Racketips) © 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1936; D 41349; Robert L. Karp, 
Minneapolis. 1953 

Puppv (The) ; adapted from the radio 
play, by Sally Vass. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 
1986; D 41584; Natl, broadcasting 
co., inc., New York. 1954 

Pygmalion and Galatea ; an arrange- 
ment, by W. E. Harris, of the play, 
Pygmalion and Galatea, written by 
W. S. Gilbert. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1936 ; 
D 41438 ; William Elder Harris, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 1955 

Queer duck; a play in 4 acts, by D. 
Everett Chantler. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 
1936 ; D 41576 ; David Everett Chant- 
ler, Pittsburgh. 1956 

Rainbow (The) bridge to Fairyland; 
episodes nos. 1-4, by Pearl Anoe 
[i. e. P. A. Holstlaw] © 1 c. each 
Jan. 22, 1936; D 41589; Pearl Anoe 
Holstlaw, Chicago. 1957 

Reader's (The) digest animated; no. 
1, by W. T. Jones. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 
1936 ; D 41346 ; Walter Tupper Jones, 
New York. 1958 

Recipe for murder ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Arnold Ridley. London, H. F. W. 
Deane & sons, The Year book press, 
ltd. [1936] 72 p. 8vo. (The Year 
book press series of plays) © Feb. 
5, 1986 ; 1 c. Feb. 24 ; D 41376 ; Arnold 
Ridley, London. 1959 

Reiche (Der) mann ; komodie in 3 
akten, von Ladislaus Lakatos. © 1 c. 
Feb. 26, 1936 ; D 41261 ; Georg Mar- 
ton, Vienna. 1960 

Remember the day ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Philo Higley and Philip Dunning. 
Evanston, 111., New York [etc., 1936] 
140, xli p. front., plates, ports., diagrs. 
12mo. © Feb. 8, 1936; 2 c. Mar. 6; 
D 41228; Row, Peterson and co., 
Evanston, 111. 1961 

Remote control ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by A. N. C. Fowler. © 1 c. Mar. 
30, 1936; D 41669; Albert N. C. 
Fowler, Glens Falls, N. Y. 1962 

Renfrew of the Mounted ; by L. Y. Ers- 
kine. episode no. 1. ©lc. Mar. 7, 
1936 ; D 41246 ; Laurie York Erskine, 
New York. 1963 



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1964 



pt. i, v. 9 



Renfrew of the Mounted — Continued. 

episodes nos. 2, 3. © 1 c. each 

Mar. 12, 1936 ; D 41338, 41339 ; Laurie 
York Erskine, New York. 1964, 1965 

episodes nos. 4, 5. The man 

trap at Moosamin. © 1 c. each Mar. 
19, 1936; D 41665, 41666; Laurie 
York Erskine, New York. 1966, 1967 

episode no. 6. © 1 c. Mar. 

19, 1936; D 41667; Laurie York 
Erskine, New York. 1968 



— episodes nos. 7-9. © 1 c. 

each Mar. 25, 1936 ; D 41571-41573 ; 
Laurie York Erskine, New York. 

1969-1971 

Reno? Nothing doing! a little comedy 
in 1 act, by Lester Lonergan, jr. 
[i. e. W. L. Lonergan, jr.] © 1 c. 
Mar. 17, 1936; D 41431; William 
Lester Lonergan, jr., New York. 

1972 

Representative English comedies; v. 
IV, with introductory essays, a mon- 
ograph, and notes, under the general 
editorship of Charles Mills Gayley 
and Alwin Thaler, v. IV. Dryden 
and his contemporaries : Cowley to 
Farquhar. New York, 1936. xii, 
777 p. 12mo. Dramatic contents. — 
Abraham Cowley : Cutter of Coleman 
street. — John Dryden : The Spanish 
f ryar. — W i 1 1 i a m Wycherley : The 
plain-dealer. — Sir John Vanbrugh : 
The provok'd wife. — William Con- 
greve: The way of the world. — 
George Farquhar : The recruiting of- 
ficer. © Mar. 17, 1936 ; 2 c. and aff. 
18; A 92360; Macmillan co., New 
York. 1972* 

Republic (The) is born. See Siege 
(The) of the Alamo. 

Revenge is sweet ; an American night's 
tale in 3 acts, by W. D. Rice. © 1 c. 
Mar. 17, 1986; D 41436; Walter 
Douglas Rice, Astoria, N. Y. 1973 

Riddle (The) of the ages; a play in 3 
scenes, by Althea Osber Silverman. 
[Hartford, Conn., The Fox press, inc., 
1936] 12 p. 8vo. © Mar. 13, 1986 ; 
2 c. Mar. 24 ; D 41524 ; Althea Osber 
Silverman, Hartford. 1974 

Right ( The ) man ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Lewis Beach [i. e. E. L. Beach, 
jr.] and W. D. Judson, jr. © 1 c. Mar. 
10, 1936; D 41292; Emmet Lewis 
Beach, jr., Saginaw, Mich., and Wil- 
liam David Judson, jr., Otis, Mass. 

1975 



Road to Easter. See Easter helper. 

Robb & son grew so ; or, The adven- 
tures of a shipwrecked law firm, a 
play in 3 acts, by G. B. Doering. © 

1 c. Mar. 23, 1936; D 41519; Grace 
B. Doering, Cleveland Heights, O. 

1976 

Robin Adair; a musical comedy in 3 

acts, by R. S. Thompson. Libretto. 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1936 ; D 41218 ; Ralph 

S. Thompson, New York. 1977 

Robot (The) ; an extravaganza in 3 
acts, by J. Klaity, jr. © 1 c. Mar. 
9, 1936; D 41270; John Klaity, jr., 
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. 1978 

Romance (A) of Kashmir ; cantata or 
operetta for women's voices, by 
Grace Clark De Graff. Vocal score 
and libretto. Chicago, 111. [1936] 

2 v. [Libretto] 8 vo. [Vocal score] 
4 to. © Jan. 14, 1936 ; 2 c. Feb. 12 ; 
D 39039; Gamble hinged music co., 
Chicago. 1979 

Romance (The) of the Constitution; 
a radio broadcast in 3 episodes, by 
Alfred Brown. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1936 ; 
D 41269; Alfred H. Brown, New 
York. 1980 

Romantic by request; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Ahlene Fitch. Des Moines, 
la. [1935] 96 p. 12mo. © Sept. 1, 
1935; 2 c. Mar. 30, 1986; D 41657; 
Ivan Bloom Hardin co., Des Moines. 

1981 

Romeo und Julia. See Shakespeare. 

Rooster's (The) heir; a comedy in 3 
acts, by S. J. Gilman. © 1 c. Mar. 
4, 1936; D 41185; Stephen Joseph 
Gilman, Maiden, Mass. 1982 

Rose Briar; a play in 3 acts, by B. 
Tarkington. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1936; 
D 41293; Booth Tarkington, Indian- 
apolis. 1983 

Rudolph's corner grocery; episode no. 
2, a radio playlet, by R. J. Largay. 
© 1 c. Mar. 9, 1936 ; D 41271 ; Ray J. 
Largay, Milwaukee. 1984 

Samuel Cranston ; an operetta in 3 
acts, by A. T. Levy, Alice Leal Pol- 
lock, John R. Hogue and Phyllis M. 
Yacubian. Text. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 
1936 ; D 41373 ; Austin T. Levy, Har- 
risville, R. I. 1985 

Sarah Bernhardt ; by B. Ruskay and L. 
Kalich (In Victorian vignettes, by 
B. Ruskay and L. Kalich.) © 1 c. 
Feb. 21, 1986 ; D 41377 ; Blix Ruskay, 
Forest Hills, N. Y. and Lillian 
Kalich. New York. 1986 



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1995 



Sarah Bernhardt, the actress; hy B. 
Ruskay and L. Kalich (In Victorian 
vignettes, hy B. Ruskay and L. 
Kalich.) © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1936; D 
41351; Blix Ruskay, Forest Hills. 
N. Y. and Lillian Kalich, New York. 

1987 

Scenes for student actors; v. 2, dra- 
matic selections from new plays, 
edited with notes, by Frances Cos- 
irrove. New York, London [etc., etc.] 
1935. ix, 146 p. 12mo. Contents — 
Valley forge, by Maxwell Ander- 
son. — Rain from heaven, hy S. N. 
Behrman. — Tobacco road, by Jack 
Kirkland, from the novel by Erskine 
Caldwell. — Point Yalaine, by Noel 
Coward. — Noah, by Andre Obey, 
English text by Arthur Wilmurt. — 
Candlelight, by Siegfried Geyer. — 
The Bishop misbehaves, by Frederick 
Jackson. — A murder has been ar- 
ranged, by Enilyn Williams. — Dods- 
wortb, by Sinclair Lewis, dramatized 
by Sidney Howard. — Daisy Mayme, 
by George Kelly. — Nine till six, by 
Aimee and Philip Stuart. — Mary of 
Scotland, by Maxwell Anderson. — 
Accent on youth, by Samson Raphael- 
son. — Lover's leap, by Philip John- 
son. — Mr. Faithful, by Lord Dun- 
sany. — No more ladies, by A. E. 
Thomas. — Outward bound, by Sutton 
Vane. — Brief candle, by Robert Hare 
Powel. — The noose, by Willard 
Mack. — Mrs. Moonlight, by Benn W. 
Levy. — Big lake, by Lynn Riggs. — 
For services rendered, by W. Somer- 
set Maugham. — Accent on youth, by 
Samson Raphaelson. — I love an 
actress, by Laszlo Fodor. — Petticoat 
fever, by Mark Reed. — Lady of let- 
ters, by Turner Bullock. — The bride 
the sun shines on, by Will Cotton. — 
Three cornered moon, by Gertrude 
Tonkonogy. — The curtain rises, by 
Benjamin M. Kaye. — Thunder on the 
left, by Jean Ferguson Black, from 
the novel by Christopher Morley. — 
Laburnum Grove, by J. B. Priest- 
ley. — The wind and the rain, by 
Merton Hodge. — Small miracle, by 
Norman Krasna. — The first legion, 
by Emmet Lavery. — On to fortune, 
by Lawrence Langner and Armina 
Marshall. — Page Miss Glory, by 
Joseph Schrank and Philip Dun- 
ning. — The distaff side, by John Van 
Druten. — The joyous season, by 
Philip Barry. — The old maid, by Zoe 
Akins, from the novel by Edith 
Wharton. — The cradle song, by 
Gregorio and Maria Martinez Sierra, 
English version by John Garrett 



Underhill. — The house of Connelly, 
by Paul Green. — IUirlesque, by 
George Manker Watters and Arthur 
Hopkins. — The truth game, by Ivor 
Novello. — Men in white, by Sidney 
Kingsley. — Nine Pine street, by John 
Colton and Carlton Miles. — Nine till 
six, by Aimee and Philip Stuart. © 
Sept. K). 1935; 2 c. and nff. Feb. 5; 
A 91004 : Samuel French, New York. 

1987* 

Scenes from Giotto's frescoes of the 
nativity; conceived and planned by 
H. E. Scott, jr. and Margaret C. 
Scott. Rev. version. 1935. © 1 c. 
Jan. 17, 1936: I) 39050; Henry E. 
Scott, jr. and Margaret C. Scott, Am- 
herst. Mass. 1988 

Schubert's finished; a musical fantasy 
in 1 act, by G. Mitchell. Text. © 

1 c. Feb. 28, 1936; D 41386; George 
Mitchell. Westport, Conn. 1989 

Scorpion (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
G. S. Kaufmann. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 
1936 ; D 41514 ; George S. Kaufmann, 
Pittsburgh. 1990 

Second (The) chance. See While the 
city sleeps. 

Seeing double ; a novelty play, by 
George Callahan. Des Moines, la. 
[1935] 12 p. 12mo. © Sept. 1, 
1935; 2 c. Mar. 30, 1936; D 41656; 
Ivan Bloom Hardin co., Des Moines. 

1991 

Sergeant Stone. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Seven days with the Savior; a com- 
plete pageant for Easter, by Elsie 
Duncan Yale [music by J. Lincoln 
Hall (Posthumous) and others] 
Philadelphia, Pa. [1936] cover- 
title, 8 p. Svo. © Feb. 28, 1986; 

2 c. Mar. 11; D 39043; Hall-Mack 
co., Philadelphia. 1992 

Seventh horizon ; a plav in 3 acts, by 
Macklym Hartyl. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 
1936; D 41354; Thomas E. H. Black, 
Detroit. 1993 

Sewing machine scheme ; [by Kenneth 
B. Backman. 1936] 10 numb. 1. 
4to. © Feb. 28, 1936; 2 c. Mar. 2; 
D 41150; Boston better business bu- 
reau, inc., Boston. 1994 

Shadows of the night ; a drama in 3 
acts, with music, by V. Jones. Text. 
© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1930 ; D 41575 ; Ven- 
zella Jones, New York. 1995 



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Shakespeare ; in neuer iibersetzung von 
Hans Rothe. Jugendwerke. Leipzig 
[1935] 6 p. 1., 5-480 p. 16mo. Dra- 
matic contents. — Romeo unci Julia. — 
Zahmung der widerspenstigen. — 
Sommernachtstraum. — Komodie der 
irrungen. © Oct. 15, 1935 ; 1 c. Mar. 
19. 1936 ; D 41639 ; Paul List verlag, 
Leipzig. 1996 

Shakespeare's jealous men of Venice ; 
a sardonic comedy in a prologue and 

5 acts, converted by L. Von Harden, 
from William Shakespeare's tragedy, 
Othello, suggested by Rymer's criti- 
cism. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1936 ; D 41235 ; 
Lew Von Harden, New York. 1997 

She played her king; a farce comedy 
in 3 acts, by C. Painter. © 1 c. 
Mar. 30, 1936; D 41677; Clarke 
Painter, Hollywood, Calif. 199S 

Sheep (The) well. See Four plays. 

Shoutin' William ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by J. K. Love. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1936 ; 
D 41125; John Kenneth Love, Cape 
May, N. J. 1999 

Shylock's shanty car ; a musical com- 
edy in 2 acts, with prologue, by S. 
Easton. Text. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1936 ; 
D 41301; Sidney Easton, Corona, 
N. Y. 2000 

Siege (The) of the Alamo ; or, A repub- 
lic is born, an historical drama in 4 
acts, by Ben Lee Parker and H. 
Sadler. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1936; D 
41520; Harley Sadler, Sweetwater, 
Tex. 20O1 

Sieger ; dramatische ballade in 4 akten, 
von Christian Siemens. © 1 c. Mar. 
2, 1936; D 41178; Drei masken ver- 
lag, a.-g., Berlin. 2002 

Silas Marner; a play in 3 acts, by 
John Ravold, from the book by 
George Eliot [pseud.] © 1 c. Mar. 
17, 1936; D 41435; John D. Ravold, 
New York. 2003 

Simma ; tragedia [di] Francesco Pas- 
tonchi. [Milano] Anno XIV [1935] 

6 p. 1., 3-171, [3] p. 8vo. © Mar. 8, 
1935; 1 c. Mar. 18, 1936; D 41481; 
Casa editrice A. Mondadori, Milan. 

2004 

Simpleton, The six, and The millionair- 
ess ; being three more plays, by Ber- 
nard Shaw. London, Constable and 
company, limited [1936] v, 198, [1] 
p. 8vo. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 1936; A ad 
int. 21223; pubd. Mar. 24; George 
Bernard Shaw, London. 2004* 



Situation everlasting ; an abstract play 
in 9 scenes, by C. Young. © 1 c. 
Mar. 9, 1936; D 41263; Christopher 
Young, Radnor, Pa. 2005 

Six (The) See Simpleton, The six, 
and The millionairess. 

Smart apparel. See Luxury shop. 

So this is art ; a play in 1 act, by E. J. 
Hendrickson. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1936 ; 
D 41360 ; Eva J. Hendrickson, Berke- 
ley, Calif. 2006 

Something ought to be done about this ; 
a religious service for young people 
in light drama form, by Roy A. Rich- 
mond. 1936. cover-title, 6 numb. 1. 
4to. © Jan. 12, 1936 ; 2 c. Feb. 17 ; 
D 41374; Roy Alfred Richmond, 
David City, Neb. 2007 

Sommernachtstraum. See Shakes- 
peare. 

Son (The) of Lynch; a play in 3 acts, 
by M. Goepel, a revised poetical 
rendition of the copyrighted play of 
the same name by the same author. 
© 1 c. Mar. 23, 1936; D 41522; M. 
Goepel, New York. 2008 

Sooner (The) the better; a comedy in 
Sr acts, by R. Holmes. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1936: D 41233; Ralph Holmes, De- 
troit. . 2009 

Sound judgement ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by G. Green. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1936; 
D 41555; George Green, Dorchester, 
Mass. 2010 

Spinach for two; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by E. Keeler. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1936 ; 
D 41239; Eloise Keeler, Berkeley, 
Calif. 2011 

Stage splinters ; a play in 1 act, by 
Gilbert Davis [pseud, of B. David- 
son, jr.] and R. F. Lee. © 1 c. Mar. 
28, 1936; D 41678; Berthold David- 
son, jr. and Raymond Francis Lee, 
Hollywood, Calif. 2012 

Stand and deliver ; a romantic comedy 
in 1 act, by Julia Francis Wood. 
New York, N. Y., 1936. 3 p. 1., 3-32 
p. 12mo. ( [Longmans' play se- 
ries] ) Contains music. © Mar. 11, 
1936 ; 2 c. Mar. 24 ; D 41568 ; Long- 
mans,. Green & co., New York. 2013 

Stars never cheat ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Dorian Weiler [pseud, of D. 
Weiler] George Howard and Shel- 
ley Pierce [pseud, of M. Weiler] © 
1 c. Mar. 17, 1936; D 41432; Dor- 
othy Weiler, George Howard, and 
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Stars of the future. Jane and Walter ; 
by L. A. Fleischmann. © 1 c. Mar. 
13, 1936 ; D 41362 ; Louis A. Fleisch- 
mann, Hollywood, Calif. 2015 

Stars of tomorrow. The prize fighter ; 
by L. A. Fleischmann. © 1 c. Mar. 
13, 1936 : D 41361 ; Louis A. Fleisch- 
mann, Hollywood, Calif. 2016 

Sterrit's hiring; a play in 3 acts, by 
Elizabeth and James Hart. © 1 c. 
Mar. 9, 1936; D 41278; Elizabeth 
and James Hart, New York. 2017 

Stop ! danger ! a play in 3 acts, by 
E. M. Shorey. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1936 ; 
D 41357; Ethel May Shorey, Lynn, 
Mass. 2018 

Storm tossed ; a social order drama, 
by Rev. Daniel A. Lord. Saint 
Louis, Mo., 1936. cover-title, 4 p. 1., 
48 numb. 1. 4to. © Feb. 11, 1936; 
2 c. Feb. 19; D 41480; Queen's 
work, inc., St. Louis. 2019 

Story of Easter. See Easter helper. 

Story (The) of Thomas Edison. See 
Echoes of New York town. 

Story (The) told at Mike's; by D. 
Cook. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 1936; D 
41597 ; Dyrus Cook, Woodstock, N. Y. 

2020 

Stowaway's (The) Christmas party ; 
or, The good ship Winkle sails for 
Holland, Captain Blinkle, comman- 
der, a play in 2 acts, bv Nettie F. 
Welton. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1936; D 
41471 ; Nettie Frances Welton, 
Steamboat Springs, Col. 2021 

Stranger upon earth ; a play about 
Vincent Van Gogh, in 3 acts, by F. 
Witherspoon and T. D. Mygatt. © 
1 c. Feb. 19, 1936 ; D 41440 ; Frances 
Witherspoon and Tracy D. Mygatt, 
New York. 2022 

Streak (A) of pink; a play in 3 acts, 
by Janet Marshall. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1936 ; D 41475 ; Janet Atlantis Mar- 
shall, Hubbard Woods, 111. 2023 

Street corner; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
S. Shatzer. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1936 ; D 
414S3 ; Sidney Shatzer, Brooklyn. 

2024 

Stuff (The) that dreams are made of; 
a 1-act play, by. I. Dyer Kuenstler. 
New York, N. Y., Mayfair producing 
company, 1936. 2 p. 1., 16 numb. 1. 
4to. © Mar. 3, 1936; 2 c. Mar. 30; 
D 41662; I. Dver Kuenstler, Glen 
Ellyn, 111. 2025 



Sugar daddy. See Sweet revenge. 

Summer wives ; a comedy drama with 
music, in 3 acts, by M. Linder. Text. 
© 1 c. Mar. 23, 1936 ; D 41503 ; Mark 
Linder, New York. 2026 

Sunbrite (The) junior nurse corps; 
Feb. 21, 24, 26, 28, Mar. 2, 4, 6, 9, 11, 
1936 r by Stack-Goble advertising 
agency. © 1 c. each Mar. 23, 1936; 
D 41504-41512 ; Swift & co., Chicago. 
2027-2035 

Sunday (The) that follows; a drama 
in 3 acts, by Clare Brown [i. e. M. C. 
Brown] © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1936; D 
41316; Mabel Clare Brown, New 
York. 2036 

Sunny ; a juvenile play in 3 acts, by 
E. M. Becker. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1936; 
D 41182; Edna M. Becker, Topeka, 
Kan. 2037 

Sunset apartments ; episode 4. Anne's 
canyon passenger, by T. Falkenau. 
© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1936 ; D 41244 ; Therese 
Falkenau, Pasadena. 2038 

Sunshine and shadows; episodes 1-3, 
by L. B. Dornbusch. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 
1936; D 41366; Lillian Beatrice 
Dornbusch, Chicago. 2039 

Super (The) queen ; a dramatic comedy 
in 3 acts, by Allan Hoffman. © 1 c. 
Mar. 27, 1936 ; D 41620 ; Allan Alden 
Hoffman, Carmel, Calif. 2040 

Supersanity; a play in 3 acts, by A. 
Rehn and Abby Morrison [i. e. A. 
Bicker] © 1 c. Feb. 29, 1936; D 
41306 ; Anna Rehn and Abby Ricker, 
New York. 2041 

Suspicious guy ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
D. Barr. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1936; D 
41664; David Barr, Washington. 

2042 

Sweet lady. See While the city sleeps. 

Sweet revenge; a play in 3 acts, by 
Mitchell Lewis [pseud, of O. Wilson] 
re-written from copyrighted play, 
Sugar daddy, by the same author. 
© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1936 ; D 41577 ; Oliver 
Wilson, Lake Placid, N. Y. 2043 

Swift sword ; a play in 3 acts, by Frank 
Tuttle and T. Monroe. © 1 c. Feb. 
14, 1936: D 41353; Frank Wright 
Tuttle & Thomas Monroe, Hollywood, 
Calif. 2044 

Talking wires. See Death Valley days. 



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Tarzan and the fires of Tohr ; episodes 
1-39, Tarzan radio serial no. 3, by 
Edgar Rice Burroughs. © 1 c. Mar. 
10, 1936 ; D 41299 ; Edgar Rice Bur- 
roughs, inc. Tarzana, Calif. 2045 

Telephone conversation. See Future 
stars. 

Temporary wife ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by C. V. Brownlow. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 
1936; D 41690; Charles Victor 
Brownlow, Philadelphia. 2046 

Ten per cent; a play in 3 acts, by L. 
Starling. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1936; D 
41404 ; Lynn Starling, Hollywood, 
Calif. 2047 

Tennessee Valley ; a play in 3 acts, by 
E. H. Smith. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1936 ; 
D 41619 ; Earl Hobson Smith, Harro- 
gate, Tenn. 2048 

Terra cotta (The) bust; a play in 3 
acts, by Ada M. Ohberg. © 1 c. Mar. 
16, 1936; D 41405; Ada Marguerite 
Ohberg, Los Angeles. 2049 

Testament of drums ; a play in 8 scenes, 
by W. D. Blake. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 
1936; D 41443; William Dorsey 
Blake, New York. 2050 

Theatre complet ; 7. Thermidor. Odette. 
Robespierre. [pari Victorien Sar- 
dou. Paris [1935] 602 p., 2 1. plates, 
ports. 12mo. © Nov. 23, 1935; 1 c. 
Feb. 17, 1936; A— Foreign 30527; 
Albin Michel, Paris. 2050* 

They walk in beauty ; a drama in 3 
acts, by L. Rose. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 
1936; D 41297; Leonie Rose, New 
York. 2051 

Thicker than water ; a drama in 3 acts, 
by A. C. D. Riley. Rev. edition. © 
1 c. Mar. 30, 1936; D 41680; Alice 
C. D. Riley, Pasadena. [Copyright 
is claimed on revision] 2052 

This mortal coil; a play in 1 act, by 
R. T. Sharpe. © 1 c. Mar. 6. 1936 ; 
D 41241; Russell Thomley Sharpe, 
Watertown, Mass. 2053 

This season's Hamlet ; a play in 3 acts, 
by E. A. Vogt. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1936 ; 
D 41298; Eugene A. Vogt, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 2054 

This way out ; by E. Goree, with inci- 
dental music consisting of song en- 
titled This way out, by E. Goree. © 
1 c. Mar. 2, 1936; D 41588; Ethel 
Goree, Brooklyn. 2055 

Three caravels of Christopher Colum- 
bus ; a play by F. S. Cushner. © 1 c. 
Mar. 10, 1936; D 41295; Franck S. 
Cushner, New York. 2066' 



Three queens and a jack ; a 1-act play, 
by Hiram Sherman. (In Players 
magazine, v. 12, no. 3, Jan.-Feb., 
1936) © Feb. 12, 1936; 2 c. Mar. 3; 
D 41230 ; Hiram Sherman, New York. 

2057 

Timber house; a melodrama in 3 acts, 
by John Boruff [i. e. J. P. Boruff, 
jr.] © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1936 ; D 41566 ; 
John Perry Boruff, jr., New York. 

2058 

To the king over the water ; a romance, 
by Marion P. Sherwood [i. e. M. P. S. 
Kellogg] © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1936; D 
41142 ; Marion P. Sherwood Kellogg. 
New York. 2059 

Tom Sawyer; episodes 8, 9, a radio 
adaptation by Carroll O'Meara. © 
1 c. each Mar. 23, 1936; D 41518; 
Don Lee broadcasting system, Los 
Angeles. 2060 

Tomorrow's Monday ; a play in 3 acts, 
by P. Osborn. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1936 ; 
D 41317 ; Paul Osborn, New York. 

2061 

Tomorrow's stars. Lois and Ken ; by 
L. A. Fleischmann. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 
1936; D 41364; Louis A. Fleisch- 
mann, Hollywood, Calif. 2062 

Too many cooks ; a comedy in 1 act, 
by Harriette Wilburr Porter. Des 
Moines, la. [1935] 8 p. 12mo. © 
Sept. 1, 1935; 2 c. Mar. 30, 1936; D 
41648; Ivan Bloom Hardin co., Des 
Moines. 2063 

Town (The) barber shop; script no. 1, 
a story for radio broadcasting, by 
L. Denison. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1936; 
D 41689 ; Lewis Denison, Brooklyn. 

2064 

Townsend (The) plan; another De- 
Pew-Roberts play in 3 acts, by T. 
De Pew and M. E. Roberts. © 1 c. 
Mar. 17, 1936; D 41433; Tom De 
Pew and Mary E. Roberts, Topeka, 
Kan. 2065 

Tras la reja (Behind the bars) ; script 
of the novel, dialogue and script, by 
G. M. Dada. © 1 c. Mar. 31,. 1936; 
D 41693 ; George M. Dada, New York. 

2066 

Traveler's (A) track: a play in 6 
scenes, by Philo Higley. © 1 c. Mar. 
5. 1936: D 41220; Philo H. Higley, 
New York. 2067 

Treason ; a historical drama in a pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by G. A. Drovin. 
© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1936 ; D 41224 ; George 
Albert Drovin. Chestnut Hill. Pa. 

2068 



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Treff as ; komodie en 3 akten, von 
Frederic Pottecher. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 
1936; D 41608; Georg Marion, Vi- 
enna. 2069 

Trittico Francescano ; [di]E m i d i o 
Mucci, musica di Licinio Refice. Mi- 
la no. 1936. 19 p. 12rno. Italian 
text. © Mar. 24, 1936; 1 c. Mar. 
24 ; D 41607 ; G. Ricordi & CO., Milan. 

2070 

Triumph (The) ; a 1-act play by G. L. 
Tanger. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1936; D 
41637; Granville Leigh Tanger, 
Rochester, N. Y. 2071 

Turn the other cheek ; by L. H. Free- 
man. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1936 ; D 41551 ; 
Louis Harold Freeman, New York. 

2072 

Twilight (The) of the theatre; a play 
in 3 acts, by H. R. Lenormand, 
adapted by P. Van Dyke. © 1 c. 
Mar. 21, 1936; D 41513; Philip Van 
Dyke, Pasadena. 2073 

Twinkle little star ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Angela M. Clements. © 1 c . Mar. 
28. 1936 ; D 41624 ; Angela Mae Clem- 
ents, Great Neck, L. I., N. Y. 2074 

Two (The) impostors: a play in 3 
acts, by T. H. Rew. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 
1936; D 41621; Tacie Hanna Rew, 
Los Angeles. 2075 

Underground (The) railway; a com- 
edy-drama in 1 act, by Byron B. 
Boyd. Des Moines, la. [1935] 16 
p. 12mo. © Sept. 1, 1935 ; 2 c. Mar. 
30, 1936 ; D 41654 ; Ivan Bloom Har- 
din co., Des Moines. 2076 

Unto the day ; a play in 3 acts, by A. 
Angell. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1936; D 
41477; Albert Angell, New York. 

2077 

Unvollkommene (Die) ehe ; musikal- 
isches lustspiel in 3 akten, nach einem 
roman von G. von Sazenhofen, von 
Albrecht Nehring. Riegiebuch text- 
lich und szenisch eingerichtet von 
oberspielleiter dr. Peter Andreas. 
Text. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1936 ; D 41173 ; 
Allegro theaterverlag, g. m. b. h. 
Berlin. 2078 

Up jumped the devil : a 3-act mystery 
comedy drama, by B. L. Parker. © 
1 c Mar. 14, 1936 ; D 41401 ; Ben Lee 
Parker, Stamford, Tex. 2079 

Uptown; by Jean M. Small. © 1 c 
Mar. 13, 1936 ; D 41381 ; Jean Mathie- 
son Small, Wollaston, Mass. 2080 



Urfaust. See Faust. 



Vanilla tonight; a play in 3 acts, bv 
L. Foxworthy. © 1 c. Mar. 31 r 1936; 
D 41691 ; Leslie Foxworthy, New 
York. 2081 

Vanishing (Tlie) red man; bv C. S. 
Blodgett. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1936; D 
41537; Cornelia Skinner Blodgett, 
New York. 2082 

Verlorene (Der) sohn ; schauspiel 
[von] Ernst Wiechert. Miinchen, 
1935. 56, [1] p. 8vo. © Oct. 17, 
1935; 1 c. Mar. 19', 1936; D 41045: 
Albert Langen-Georg Miiller verlag, 
g. in. b. h., Munich. 2083 

Vertrag (Der) mit dem teufel ; ein 
triptychon, von A. J. Welti. © 1 c. 
Feb. 24, 1936; D 41204; Albert J. 
Welti, Genf, Switzerland. 2084 

Via (La) delle donne ; drama in 4 atti, 
di F. Recchia. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1936; 
D 41434 ; Franco Recchia, New York. 

2085 

Vic and Sade ; Feb. 5-7, 10-14, 17-21 
24-28, 1936, by Paul Rhymer, ©lc. 
each Mar. 11, 1936; D 41314; Proc- 
ter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 2086 

Villa Rosa; a play in 3 acts, by C. 
Backus. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1936; D 
41694; Carl Backus, Cincinnati. 

2087 

Voyage ; a play in 3 acts, by W. Adams. 
© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1936 ; D 41683 ; Wil- 
liam Adams, Los Angeles. 2088 

Waiting (The) years; a play in 3 acts, 
by Anthony Bruce [pseud, of E. F. 
Scanlan] © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1936; D 
41692 ; Edward F. Scanlan, Freeport, 
HI- 2089 

Was it possible? by G. E. Fisk. © I c 
Mar. 13, 1936 ; D 41372 ; Grace Emery 
Fisk, Verona, N. J. 2090 

Water (The) maid (Moza decantaro) ; 
translated from the Spanish of Lope 
de Vega [i. e. Lope Felipe de Vega 
Carpio] by H. P. Houck and A. 
Oyarzabal. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1936 ; D 
41550; Helen Phipps Houck and 
Anita Ayarzabal, Wellesley, Mass. 

2091 

Wedded; the score of a dance set to 
words, by C. Corey Mills. © 1 c. 
Mar. 17, 1936 ; D 41590 ; Clark Corey 
Mills, Brooklyn. 2092 

Weg (Der) der verheissung; ein bibel- 
spiel [von] Franz Werfel. Wien 
[1935] 127, [1] p. 8 vo. © Dec. 5, 
1935; 1 c. Mar. 19, 1980; D 41644; 
Paul Zsolnay verlag, a. g., Vienna. 

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Weihnaehtsleucliten ; ein stiick leben- 
serneuerung in 3 akten, von Poul 
Bjerre. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1936; D 
41176 ; Neue biihnenverlag im verlag 
flir kulturpolitik, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 

2004 

Welcome Valley; nos. 46-49, by Irna 
Phillips and Edgar A. Guest. © 1 c. 
each Mar. 9, 1936; D 41284-41267; 
Charles Daniel Frey co., Chicago. 

2095-2098 

What! No father? a play in 3 acts, by 
J. Bufano. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1936; 
D 41336; Jean Bufano, Brooklyn. 

2099 

When Christ arose, triumphant; an 
Easter pageant, by Marion Kendall 
Parsons, music by Lyman R. Bayard. 
Los Angeles, Calif., Pageant pub- 
lishers, 1936. cover-title, 26 p. 
diagrs. 8vo. © Mar. 7, 1936 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 13 ; D 39047 ; Lyman R. Bayard, 
Fillmore, Calif. 210O 

When youth blooms; a symbolic play, 
libretto and vocal score by E. M. 
Wa-rick, 2 v. Libretto and Vocal 
score. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1936 ; D 39040 ; 
Evelvn M. Warrick, Hornell, N. Y. 

2101 

Which is the way to Boston? a drama 
in 1 act, by Ronald Lorenzen. Chi- 
cago [1936] 24 p. diagr. 12 mo. 
© Mar. 16, 1936; 2 c. Mar. 23; D 
41523; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 

2102 

While the city sleeps; a radio pro- 
gram, by Roy A. Sorensen. episode 
no. 101. Lip reader. © 1 c. Mar. 
2, 1936; D 41137; Bowey's, inc., Chi- 
cago. 2103 

episode no. 102. Sergeant 

Stone. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1936 ; D 41217 ; 
Bowey's inc., Chicago. 2104 

episode no. 103. Dan gets 

the dope. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1936; D 
41272; Bowey's inc., Chicago. 2105 

. episode no. 104. Being a 

hero. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1936 ; D 41356 ; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 2106 

episode no. 105. Every nook 

and crook. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1936; D 
41380; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 210'7 

episode no. 106. The second 

chance. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1936; D 
41472 ; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 2108 

episode no. 107. Sweet lady. 

© 1 c. Mar. 23, 1936; D 41517; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 2100 



episode no. 108. Horse saves 

payroll. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1936; D 
41615 ; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 2110 

episode no. 109. Forgerv. 

© 1 c. Mar. 28. 1936; D 4162:2; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 2111 

White (The) hand; a mystery comedy 
in 3 acts, by A. C. Correa. © 1 c. 
Mar. 4, 1936; D 41187; Antonio C. 
Correa, Los Angeles. 2112 

Who's evicted ; or, Aunt Grace re- 
treats ; a play in 3 acts, by V. S. 
Siciliano. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1936; D 
41160; Vincent Siciliano, New York. 

2113 

Wider willen ; oder, Die liebesf ahrt cler 
scholaren, ein lustspiel in 3 aufzii- 
gen, von Joseph von Eichendorff. 
Fur die biihne eingerichtet und er- 
ganzt von Walter Kordt. © 1 c. 
Feb. 24, 1936 ; D 41205 ; Drei masken 
verlag, a.-g., Berlin. 2114 

Wisdom teeth ; a play in 3 acts, by N. 
Streatfeild. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1936; 
D 41498; Noel Streatfeild, London. 

2115 

Within these walls ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Ann and Jackson Allen. © 1 c. 
Mar. 19, 1936; D 41462; Ann Allen 
and Jackson Allen, Chattanooga. 

2116 

Woman (The) of destiny; a play in 3 
acts, by S. J. Warshawsky. © l c. 
Mar. 18, 1936; D 41442; Samuel 
Jesse Warshawsky, New York. 2117 

Woman's (The) page of the air; epi- 
sode no. 1, by H. R. Adams and M. 
Jacobson. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1936; D 
41627 ; Helen R. Adams and Margaret 
Jacobson, Chicago. 2118 

Wonderful (The) Land of Make-Be- 
lieve ; in 3 scenes, libretto, lyrics and 
music by E. I. Simkins. © 1 c. Feb. 
17, 1936; D 39045; Emma Lee Sim- 
kins, Dallas. 2119 

Worry (The) clinic; continuity no. 1, 
by General mills, inc. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 
1936; D 41143; General mills, inc., 
Minneapolis. 2120 

Wrinkled youth; a play in 3 acts, by 
J. Laurie, jr. and Henry Bergman. 
© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1936; D 41554; Joe 
Laurie, jr., New York. 2121 

Yankee king; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Edwin Day. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1936; 
D 41402; Edwin S. Day, Washington, 
Pa. 2122 



102 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 3,1936 



2128 



Yesterday's people: a 1-act playlet, by 
Michael Gales. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1986 : 
D 41574; Samuel Michael Segal, 
Brooklyn. 2123 

You're my hoodoo. See Grand hotel. 

Your name, please; episode no. 1, by 
M. Wylie. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1930; D 
41337; Max Wylie. New York. 

2124 

Yours and mine; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Charles Edgar [pseud, of C. E. 
Schoenbaum] © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1936; 
I) 415ir> ; Charles Edgar Schoenbaum, 
Beverly Hills, Calif. 2125 

Ziihmung der w iderspenstigen. See 
Shakespeare. 

Za liber (Der) stimme; eine groteske 
komodie in 4 aufziigen, von Peter 
Paul Althaus. Musik von Ludwig 
Kusche. Miinchen, Val. Hofling ver- 



lag, 1935. 144 ]). 16mo. Text. 
© Nov. 17. 1935; 1 c. Mar. 2, 1936; 
I) 41167 ; Yal Hofling. Munich. 2126 

Zillertal, du hist mei' freud ! voiksstiiek 
in 3 akten, von Fred A. Angerinayer. 
Berlin. 1935. 3 p. 1., [5|-92 p. 
12mo. © Dec. 31, 1935; 1 c. Feb. 
24, 1936; D 41198; Arcadia verlag. 
g. m. b. h., Berlin. 2127 

Zum goldenen halbmond (Zum gol- 
denen kipferl) ; eine Wiener kaffeo- 
hausgeschichte operette in 3 akten, 
von Fritz Koselka, musik von Ro- 
bert Stolz. Regie — und soufflierbuch- 
Text. © 1 c. Mar. 3. 1936 ; D 41211 ; 
Gloria-verlag. H. Liechti & CO., 
biihnenvertrieb und musikverlag, St. 
Gallen, Switzerland. 2128 



Zum goldenen kipferl. 
enen halbmond. 



See Zum gold- 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the catalog 
since Jan. 1, 193(5: 

Dramatic compositions (including 1,231 unpublished) 1,589 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 62 unpub- 
lished) 196 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 2 unpublished) 20 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 4 

unpublished) 18 

Total 1,823 



J 03 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 

1909 [2128 



Alibi (L') ; piece en 3 actes, par G. 
Trarieux. © Gabriel Trarieux, 
Monte Carlo, Monaco, France, as the 
author. R 42828, Jan. 30, 1936. 1 

Belle-maman ; comedie en 3 acts, par 
• Victorien Sardou et Raymond Des- 
landes. © Genevieve Marie Eveline 
Sardou, marquise de Flers, Paris, as 
the child of one of the deceased au- 
thors. R 42832, Jan. 30, 1936. 2 

Bois (Le) sacre; pantomime, d'Edmond 
Rostand, scenario en vers. © Louise 
Rose Gerard Rostand and Maurice 
Rostand, Paris, and Jean Rostand, 
Ville d'Avray, Seine et Oise, France, 
as the widow and children of the de- 
ceased author. R 42838, Jan. 30, 
1936. 3 

Chant (Le) du cygne ; piece en 3 actes, 
par Georges Duval et Xavier Roux 
[pseud, of Edmond Testoud] © De- 
sire Georges Duval, Paris, and Ed- 
mond Pierre Testoud, Grenoble, 
Isere, France, as the children of the 
deceased authors. R 42829, Feb. 14, 
1986. 4 

Comedie (La) das families; piece en 1 
acte, de P. Geraldy. © Paul Geraldy, 
Paris, as the author. R 42827, Jan. 
30, 1936. 5 

Courtisane (La) de Corinthe ; drame 
en vers en 5 actes et 6 tableaux, par 
Paul Bilhaud et M. Carre. © Michel 
Carre, Paris, and Marguerite Amil- 
let Bilhaud, Avon, Seine-et-Marne, 
France, as the author and the widow 
of the deceased author. R 42826, 
Feb. 14, 1936. 6 

Deux (Les) hommes ; piece en 4 actes, 
par Alfred Capus. © Joseph Capus, 
Paris, as the next of kin of the 
author, who is not living. R 42751, 
Jan. 30, 1936, 7 

Ecran (L') brise ; piece en 1 acte, par 
H. Bordeaux. © Henry Bordeaux, 
Paris, as the author. R 42830', Jan. 
30, 1936. 8 

Enlevement (L') d'Agathe ; comedie en 
1 acte, par T. Bernard. © Tristan 
Bernard, Paris, as the author. R 
42837, Jan. 30, 198(5. i) 



Fedora ; comedie en 4 actes, par Vic- 
torien Sardou. © Genevieve Marie 
Eveline Sardou, marquise de Flers, 
Paris, as the child of the deceased 
author. R 42831, Jan. 30', 1936. 10 

Fille ( La ) des Rabenstein ; piece en 4 
actes, de Ernest de Wildenbruch, tr. 
de M. Remon et N. Valentin. © 
Maurice Remon, Merignac, Gironde, 
France, as one of the authors of the 
translation. R 43251, Mar. 3, 1936. 

11 

Foyer (Le) ; piece en 3 actes, par 
Octave Mirbeau et T. Natanson. © 
Thadee Natanson, Paris, as one of 
the authors. R 43059, Feb. 20, 1936, 

12 

Leur idole (Sa maison en ordre) ; 
comedie en 4 actes, de Arthur W. 
Pinero, tr. par. Leon Bazalgette et 
J. W. Bienstock. © Honorine Ju- 
lierre Coindeau Bienstock, Paris, as 
the widow of one of the authors of 
the translation. R 42833, Feb. 14, 
1986. . 13 

Lys (Le) ; piece en 4 actes. par P. 
Wolff et Gaston Leroux. © Pierre 
Wolff, Paris, and Jeanne Madeleine 
Barbe-Cayatte Leroux, Nice, France, 
as the author and the widow of the 
author. R 43135, Feb. 20, 1936. 14 

Ma generate ; comedie en 1 acte, par 
Jules Claretie. © Georges Claretie, 
Paris, as the child of the deceased 
author. R 42834, Feb. 14, 1986. 15 

Oiseau (L') blesse; comedie en 4 actes, 
par Alfred Capus. © Joseph Capus, 
Paris, as the next of kin of the au- 
thor, who is not living. R 42844, 
Jan. 30, 1986. 16 

Oreille (L') fendue : piece en 4 actes, 
par L. Nepoty. © Lucien Nepoty, 
Paris, as the author. R 42835, Jan. 
30, 1986. 17 

Passe-partout (Le) ; comedie en 3 actes, 
par Georges Thurner. © Eugenie 
Henriette Lelievre Thurner, Paris, as 
the widow of the author. R 42840. 
Jan. 30, 1986. 18 

Patronne (La) ; piece en 5 actes. par 
M. Donnay. © Maurice Donnay, 
Paris, as the author. R 42839. Jan. 
30, 1936. 19 



104 



RENEWALS 



20 



pt. i. v. 9 



Poulailler (Le) ; comedie en 3 actes, 
par T. Bernard. © Tristan Bernard, 
Paris, as the author. R 42842. Jan. 
30, 1936. 20 

Radeau (Le) de la Meduse : comedie 
en 1 acte, par T. Bernard. © Tristan 
Bernard, Paris, as the author. R 
42S36, Jan. 30, 1936. 21 

Sa maison en ordre. See Leur idole. 

Salvation Nell; a play in 3 acts, by 
Edward Brewster Sheldon. © Ed- 
ward Sheldon, New York, as the au- 
thor. R 42636, Jan. 22, 1936. 22 

Sapho ; piece lyrique en 5 actes, d'apros 
le roman d'Alphonse Daudet, par H. 
Cain et A. Bernede, musique de J. 



Massenet. Libretto. © Henri Cain 
and Arthur Bernede, Paris, as the 
authors. R 42845, Feb. 14, 1936. 23 

Thunderbolt ; an episode in the history 
of a provincial family, in 4 acts, by 
Arthur Wing Pinero. © Claude 
Neville Hughes and Eveleen Mills, 
London, as the executors of the au- 
thor. R 4278$ Jan. 29, 1936. 24 

Trains de luxe ; comedie en 4 actes, par 
A. Hermant. © Abel Hermant, 
Paris, as the author. R 42843, Jan. 
30, 1936. 25 

Vainqueurs (Les) ; piece en 4 actes, par 
E. Fabre. © Emile Fabre, Paris, 
as the author. R 42841, Jan. 30, 1936. 

26 



105 



CLASSES L AND M 

MOTION PICTURES 



Axl ventures (The) of Frank Merriwell ; 
by Gilbert Patten [pmud. of Burt L. 
Standish], screen play by George 
Plyrupton, Maurice Geraghty, Ella 

- O'Neill and Basil Dickey, directed by 
Cliff Smith. 2 reels each. © Uni- 
versal productions, inc., New Yprk. 
2129-2131 

Chap. 10. Imprisoned in a dungeon. 
© Mar. 4, 1936; 2 c. Mar. 4; de- 
scription Mar. 5 ; L 6184. 

Chap. 11, The crash in the chasm. 
© Mar. 13, 1936; 2 c. Mar. 13; 
description Mar. 14 ; L 6208. 

Chap. 12, The winning play. © Mar. 
18, 1936 ; 2 c. Mar. 18 ; description 
Mar. 19 ; L 6219. 

Airhoppers ; explanatory remarks by 
Pete Smith. (A sports parade sub- 
ject) Reel. © Feb. 19, 1936; 2 c. 
and description Mar. 16; M 6276; 
Metro-Goldwvn-Maver corp., New 
York. 2132 

Alchemist's (The) hourglass; by Leo 
Lipp, score composed and conducted 
by S. B. Grimson, directed by Leo 
Lipp. 2 reels. © Feb. 14, 1933 ; 2 c. 
and description Mar. 13; L 6209; 
Norton co., Worcester. 2133 

Alpine antics ; animation by Riley 
Thompson and Jack Carr. Reel. © 
Mar. 9, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 9; M 6262; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 2134 

Armies of the world ; edited by Lew 
Lehr. (Adventures of the newsreel 
cameraman) Reel. © Aug. 9, 1935 ; 
2 c. and description Mar. 4, 1936; 
M 6251; Fox film Corp., New York. 

2135 

Barnyard amateurs; by Frank Moser 
and Paul Terry. Reel. © Mar. 6. 
1936 ; 2 c and description Mar. 6 ; 
M 6257; Moser & Terry, inc.. New 
Rochelle, N. Y. 2136 

Beauty shoppe; story by Walter Lantz 

and Victor MeLood. Reel. © Mar. 
23, 1936; 2 c. Mar. 23; description 
Mar. 24; M 6307 ; Universal produc- 
tions, inc., New York. 2137 



Beauty's daughter. See Navy wife. 

Bishop (The) misbehaves; from the 
play by Frederick Jackson, screen 
play by Leon Gordon, directed by E. 
A. DuPont. 9 reels. © Sept. 12, 
1935; 2 c. and description Mar. 16, 
1936 ; L 6217 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
corp., New York. 2138 

Bottles. Reel. © Mar. 13, 1936; 2 c. 
and description Mar. 25; M 6313; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 2139 

Broadway ballyhoo ; no. 1915-16, con- 
tinuity by A. Dorian Otvos, directed 
by Roy Mack. 2 reels. © Mar. 16, 
1936; 2 c. and description Mar. 16; 
L 6210 ; Vitaphone corp., New York. 

2140 

Brotherly love ; animated by Seymour 
Kneitel and Roland Crandall, direct- 
ed by Dave Fleischer. Reel. © Mar. 
6, 1936 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 9 ; 
M 62:58 : Paramount pictures, inc.. 
Hollywood, Calif. 2141 

By request ; no. 1880, continuity by 
Cyrus Wood, directed by Roy Mack. 
Reel. © Mar. 2, 1936; 2 c. and de- 
scription Mar. 2 ; L 6174 ; Vitaphone 
Corp., New York. 2142 

Call (The) of the prairie; adapted 
from Hopalong Cassidy's protege by 
Doris Schroeder, screen play by Doris 
Schroeder and Vernon Smith, direct- 
ed by Howard Bretherton. 7 reels. 
© Mar. 6, 1936; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Mar. 9; L 6205: Paramount 
productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

2143 

Can it be done ; no. 1887, by Ray Gross, 
story by Jack Henley and Burnet 
Hershey, directed by Lloyd French. 
Reel. © Mar. 9. 193(5; 2 c. and de- 
scription Mar. 9 ; L 6198 ; Vitaphone 
corp.. New York. 2144 

Caught in the act: story by Al Ray, 
screen play by Al Ray and Arthur 
A. Greenlaw, directed by Del Lord. 
2 reels. © Mar. 2. 1936 : 2 c. Mar. 2 : 
description Mar. 5: L 6183; Colum- 
bia pictures corp., New Y r ork. 2145 



106 



MOTION" PICTURES 



no. 3, 1930 



2164 



Cherry blossom time in Japan. (A 
James A. FitzPatrick traveltalk) 
Reel. © Feb. 26, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 25; M 6312; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

2146 

Chevrolet leader news. © title and 
description reed. Mar. 21, 1936; 2 
prints reed. Mar. 23: M 0295 ; 

1 'hevrolet motor eo., Detroit. 2147 

Colleen; story by Robert Lord, play 
by Peter Milne. F. Hugh Herbert 
and Sis:, Herzig, directed by Alfred 
F. Green. 10 reels. © .Mar. 20, 1936 : 

2 c. and description Mar. 27 ; L 0236 ; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New 
York. 2148 

Collie (The) : directed by Adele Na- 
than. Reel. © Feb. 21. 1J130 ; 2 c. 
and description Mar. 14; M 0207; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif, 2149 

Crash (The) in the chasm. See Adven- 
tures (The) of Frank Mer-iwell. 

Dancing feet; original story by Dave 
Silyerstein, adapted from the novel 
by Rob Eden, screen play by Jerry 
Chodorov. Olive Cooper and Wellyn 
Totman. directed, by Joseph Santley. 
8 reels. © Feb. 28. 1930; 2 c. Mar. 
0: description Mar. 7: L 0192: Re- 
public pictures corp.. New York. 

2150 

Day's (A) journey; narration by Har- 
lan Eugene Reed. ( E. M. Newman's 
Our own United States) Reel. © 
Mar. 23. 1930; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 24; M 6309; Vitaphone corp., 
New, York. 2151 

Desire; based unon a comedy by Hans 
Szekel.v and R. A. Stemmle, screen 
play by Edwin Justus Mayor. WaMe- 
ma'' Young and Samuel Hoffenstein. 
directed by Frank Borzage. 10' reels. 
© Feb. 28, 1930; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 9; L 6202; Paramount produc- 
tions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 2152 

Double exposure; no. 1891-92, story by 
Burner Hershey and Jack Henley, di- 
rected by Lloyd French. 2 reels. © 
Mar. 2. 1930; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 2: L 0171; Vitaphone cor]).. 
New York. 2153 

D.iwii the gasoline trail. © title and 
description reed. Mar. 21. 1936f; 2 
prints reed. Mar. 23; M 0204; Chev- 
rolet motor co., Detroit. 2154 

Down the ribber; story by and directed 
by A! Boasberg. 2 reels. © Mar. 



27, 1930 



and description Mar. 



30; L 0239 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc.. 
New York. 2155 

Dumb-bell letters; no. 23, edited by 
Juliet Lowell from her collection of 
Dumb-belles lettres. Reel. © Mar. 
2, 1930: 2 c. and description Mar. 5; 
M 6253 ; Van Beuren corp., New York. 

2156 

F-nian ; from a story by Richard Con- 
nell, screen play by Eddie Welch. 
Henry Johnson and Paul Gerard 
Smith, directed by Edward F. Cline. 
7 reels. © Mar. 13, 193(5; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 23; L 0228; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood. 
Calif. 2157 

Felix the cat and the goose that laid 
the golden egg ; directed by Burt Gil- 
lett and Tom Palmer. (Rainbow pa- 
rade, no. 5) Reel. ©Feb. 7. 1930: 
2 c. and description Mar. 3; M 0249; 
Van Beuren corp., New York. 215S 

Filming the fantastic; edited by Lew 
Lehr. (Adventures of the newsreel 
cameraman) Reel. © Jan. 31. 193(5 ; 
2 c. and description Mar. 4; M 6252; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., 
New York. 2159 

Fire (The) alarm; animation by Bob 
McKimson and Ben Clopton. Reel. 
© Mar. 9, 1930 ; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 9; M 0201; Vitaphone Corp., 
New York. 2160 

Flash Gordon : screen play by Frederick 
Stephani, George Plympton, Basil 
Dickey and Ella O'Neill, directed by 
Frederick Stephani. 2 reels each. 
© Universal productions, inc., New 
York. 2101. 2102 

Chap. 1. The planet of peril. © Mar. 
18, 1930 ; 2 c. Mar. 18 ; description 
Mar. 19 ; L 0220. 

Chap. 2, The tunnel of terror, [from] 
Alex Raymond's cartoon strip. © 
Mar. 23, 1936; 2 c. Mar. 20; de- 
scription Mar. 24 ; L 6229. 

Follow the fleet : founded upon the play 
Shore leave by Hubert Osborne, 
screen play by Dwight Taylor and 
Allan Scott, directed by Mark Sand- 
rich. 12 reels. © Feb. 20, 1930; 
2 c. and description Mar. 5: L (518(5; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc.. New York. 

2103 

For the service; story and screen play 
by Isador Bernstein, directed by Buck 
Jones. 7 reels. © Mar. 18. 11)3(5; 
2 c. Mar. 18 ; description Mar. 19 ; 
L 0221 ; Universal productions, inc.. 
New York. 21(54 



107 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



!165 



pt. I. v. 9 



Forced landing ; story by William Boeh- 
nel and Morris Helprin, screen play 
by W. Scott Darling, directed by 
Melville Brown. 7 reels. © Nov. 28, 
1935 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 4, 
1936; L 6180; Republic pictures 
corp., New York. 2165 

Fox movietone news ; v. 18, Laurence 
Stallings, editor. 1 reel each. © 
Movietonews, inc., New York. 

2166-2173 

No. 41-45, © Feb. 4, 6, 11, 13, 18, 
1936 ; 2 c. and description each 
Mar. 18 ; M 6277-6281. 

No. 46-48. © Feb. 20, 25, 28, 1936; 
2 c. and description each Mar. 25; 
M 6314-6316. 

Frisco waterfront; story and screen 
play by Norman Houston, directed by 
Arthur Lubin. 7 reels. © Dec. 6, 
1935 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 2, 
1936 ; L 6168 ; Republic pictures corp., 
New York. 2174 

Garden (The) murder case; from the 
book by S. S. Van Dine, screen play 
by Bertram Millhauser, directed by 
Edwin L. Marin. 6 reels. © Feb. 
14, 1936; 2 c. and description Mar. 
16; L 6216; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
corp., New York. 2175 

Gentlemen's sports. (Sports with Bill 
Corum, no. 3) Reel. © Dec. 13, 
1935; 2 c. and description Mar. 2, 
1S36; M 6250; Van Beuren corp., 
New York. 2176 

Give us this night ; based upon a story 
by Jacques Bachrach r screen play by 
Edwin Justus Mayer and Lynn Star- 
ling, directed by Alexander Hall. 8 
reels. © Mar. 6, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Mar. 9 ; L 6204 ; Paramount 
productions, inc.. Hollywood, Calif. 

2177 

Going places with Lowell Thomas ; 
narrated by Lowell Thomas, pro- 
duced by Charles E. Ford. 1 reel 
each. © Universal pictures corp., 
New York. 2178,2179 

No. 18. © Mar. 9, 1936; 2 c. Mar. 
7 ; description Mar. 10 ; M 6263. 

No. 19. © Mar. 10, 1936; 2 c. Mar. 
10; description Mar. 11; M 6264. 

Gold bricks ; story by David Freed- 
man, produced by Al Christie. (An 
educational star personality comedy) 
2 reels. © Mar. 20, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 20; L 6225; Edu- 
cational productions, inc. r New York. 

2180 



Grand slam opera ; story by Buster 
Keaton and Charles Lamont, di- 
rected by Charles Lamont. 2 reels. 
© Feb. 21, 1936; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Mar. 6; L 6190; Educational 
productions, inc., New York. 2181 

Harnett's speech. © title and de- 
scription reed. Mar. 21, 1936; 2 
prints reed. Mar. 23 ; M 6289 ; Chev- 
rolet motor co., Detroit. 2182 

Here comes the zoo. Reel. © Mar. 
13, 1936; 2 c. and description Mar. 
23; M 6296; Paramount pictures, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 2183 

Heroes of the range; story and screen 
play by Nate Gatzert, directed by 
Spencer Gordon Bennet. 6 reels. © 
Feb. 28, 1936 ; 2 c. Feb. 28 ; descrip- 
tion Mar. 9; L 6199; Columbia pic- 
tures corp., New York. 2184 

Hit-and-run driver; original story and 
screen play by Robert Lees and Fred 
Rinaldo, directed by Edward Cahn. 
(Crime does not pay series no. 5) 
2 reels. © Feb. 11, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 16; L 6213; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

2185 

Hong Kong highlights. (Along the 
road to romance on the magic car- 
pet of movietone) Reel. © Jan. 31, 
1936; 2 c. and description Mar. 5; 
M 6254; Twentieth century-Fox film 
corp., New York. 2186 

Hopalong Cassidy's protege. See Call 
of the prairie. 

House (The) of a thousand candles; 
original story by Meredith Nicholson, 
adaptation by Ralph Bettinson and 
Chas. Booth, screen play by H. W. 
Hanemann and Endre Bohem, di- 
rected by Arthur Lubin. 7 reels. © 
Mar. 23, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 23; L 6227; Republic pictures 
corp-, New York. 2187 

Hydraulics. © title and description 
reed. Mar. 21, 1936; 2 prints reed. 
Mar. 23; M 6293; Chevrolet motor 
co., Detroit. 2188 

I'll name the murderer : story and 
screen play by Philip Dunham, 
special dialogue by Edwin K. 
O'Brien, directed by Raymond K. 
Johnson. 7 reels. © Mar. 2, 1936; 
2 c. and description Mar. 2 ; L 6170 ; 
Puritan pictures Corp., New York. 

2189 

Imprisoned in a dungeon. See Adven- 
tures (The) of Frank Merriwell. 



108 



MOTION PICTURES 



no. 3, 1936 



2207 



In old Kentucky ; by Charles T. Dazey, 
screen play by Sam Hellinan and 
Gladys Lehman, additional dialogue 
by Henry Johnson, directed by 
George Marshall. 9' reels. © Sept. 
6. 1935 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 5, 
1936; L 6188; Twentieth century- 
Fox film corp-r New York. 2190 

It had to happen; by Rupert Hughes, 
screen play by Howard Ellis Smith 
and Kathryn Scola, directed by Roy 
Del Ruth. 9 reels. © Feb. 14, 
1936; 2 c. and description Mar. 4; 
L 6182; Twentieth century-Fox film 
Corp., New York. 2191 

It's the top. © title and description 
reed. Mar. 21. 1936; 2 prints reed. 
Mar. 23: M 6286; Chevrolet motor 
co., Detroit. 2192 

Johnny Green & his orchestra ; no. 
1867, directed by Joseph Henabery- 
Reel. © Mar/ 2, 1936: 2 c. and 
description Mar. 2; L 6172; Vita- 
phone Corp., New York. 2193 

Jonker (The) diamond; explanatory 
remarks by Pete Smith, directed by 
Jacques Tourneur. Reel. © Mar. 
17, 1936; 2 c. and description Mar. 
30: M 6324; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
Corp., New York. 2194 

Just plain folks ; story by David Freed- 
man. directed by Walter Graham. 
2 reels. © Mar. 13, J 936; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 19; L 6224; Edu- 
cational productions, inc., New York. 

219'5 

Kathleen Norris ? Navy wife. See Navy 
wife. 

Klondike Annie ; from play by Mae 
West and story by Marion Morgan 
and George R. Dowell. screen play 
and dialogue by Mae West, directed 
by Raoul Walsh. 9 reels. © Feb. 
21, 1936 ; 2 e. and description Mar. 9 ; 
L 6201 ; Paramount productions, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 2196 

Lady (The) consents; from the story 
by P. J. Wolfson, screen play by 
P. J. Wolfson and Anthony Veiller, 
directed by Stephen Roberts. 9 reels. 
© Feb. 7, 1936; 2 c and description 
Mar. 14; L 6206; RKO-radio pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 2197 

Leavenworth (The) case; original 
story by Anna Katherine Green, 
screen play by Albert DeMond and 
Sidney Sutherland, directed by 
Lewis D. Collins. 7 reels. © Jan. 



24. 1936; 2 c. and description Mar. 4 : 
L 6181 ; Republic pictures corp., New 
York. 2198 

L'il ainjil ; story by Ben Harrison, ani- 
mation by Manny Gould. Reel. © 
Mar. 3, 1936; 2 c. Mar. 3; descrip- 
tion Mar. 5 ; M 6255 ; Screen gems, 
inc., Los Angeles. 2199 

Little Lord Fauntleroy ; from the book 
by Frances Hodgson Burnett, screen 
play by Hugh Walpole. directed by 
John Cromwell. 11 reels. © Mar. 
6, 1936; 2 c. and description Mar. 
6; L 6189 ; Selznick international pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 2200 

Little (The) red schoolhouse ; story 
and screen play by Paul Perez, di- 
rected by Charles Lamont. 7 reels. 
© Mar. 11, 1936; 2 c. Mar. 11; de- 
scription Mar. 14; L 6207; Chester- 
field motion pictures Corp., New- 
York. 2201 

Little (The) stranger; animation by 
Dave Tendlar and Eli Brucker, di- 
rection by Dave Fleischer. Reel. © 
Mar. 13, 1986; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 23; M 6297; Paramount pic- 
tures, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 2202 

Lonesome trailer ; no. 7010-11, story 
and screen play by Joe Traub, di- 
rected by Ralph Staub. 2 reels. © 
Mar. 16, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 16; L 6211; Vitaphone Corp., 
New York. 2203 

Love before breakfast ; from the novel 
Spinster dinner by Faith Baldwin, 
screen play by Herbert Fields, di- 
rected by Walter Lang. 8 reels. © 
Mar. 6, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 7; L 6193; Universal produc- 
tions, inc., New York. 2204 

Love in September ; story by Leon 
D'Usseau, directed by Eddie Cline. 
2 reels. © Mar. 6, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 6; L 6191; Educa- 
tional productions, inc., New York. 

2205 

Love on a bet ; from a story by Ken- 
neth Earl, screen play by P. J. Wolf- 
son and Philip G. Epstein. 8 reels. 
© Mar. 2, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 3 : L 6178 ; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 2206 

Lucky (The) corner; directed by Gus 
Meins. (Hal Roach comedy) 2 
reels. © Feb. 19. 1936; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 16 ; L 6212 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

2207 



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2208 



pt. I. V.;9 



Man (The) who broke the bank at 
Monte Carlo ; from the play by Ilia 
Surgutchoff and Frederick Albert 
Swann, screen play by Howard Ellis 
Smith and Nunnally Johnson, di- 
rected by Stephen Roberts. 8 reels. 
© Nov. 29', 1935 ; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 25, 1936; L 6232; Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 

2208 

Manhattan tapestry ; edited by Richard 
Fair and William M. Pizor. (A 
treasure chest production) Reel. 
© Jan. 31, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 19 ; M 6282 ; Skibo productions, 
inc., New York. 2209 

March (The) of Time; 11th issue, 12th 
issue. 2 reels each. © Feb. 14, Mar. 
13, 1936; 2 c. and description each 
Mar. 23; M 6310, 6311; March of 
Time, inc., New York. 2210, 2211 

Mickey's grand opera. Reel. © Mar. 
23, 1936; 2 c. Mar. 23; descrip- 
tion Mar. 24; M 6306 ; Walt Disney 
productions, ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 

2212 

Midnight melodies ; continuity by Mil- 
ton Hocky and Fred Rath, directed 
by Fred Waller. Reel. © Mar. 20, 
1936; 2 c. and description Mar. 27; 
M 6321 ; Paramount pictures, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 2213 

Mother lode. See Yellow dust. 

.Navy wife ; based on the novel 
Beauty's daughter by Kathleen 
Norris, screen play by Sonya Levien, 
additional dialogue by Edward T. 
Lowe, directed by Allan Dwan. 8 
reels. © Nov. 29, 1935; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 5, 1936; L 6187; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., 
New York. 2214 

No ghosts. © title and description 
reed. Mar. 21, 1936; 2 prints reed. 
Mar. 23; M 6292; Chevrolet motor 
co., Detroit. 2215 

Norris' (Kathleen) Navy wife. See 
Navy wife. 

Not now ; animated by Myron Wa Id- 
man and Hicks Lokey, directed by 
Dave Fleischer. (Betty Boop car- 
toon) Reel. © Feb, 28, 1936; 2 c. 
and description Mar. 16; M 6272: 
Paramount pictures, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 2216 

Off the record ; no. 1907, continuity by 
George J. Bennett and A. Dorian 
Otvos, directed by Joseph' Henabery. 
Reel. © Mar. 9, 1936; 2 c. and 



description Mar. 9; L 6196; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 2217 

Off to China ; by Frank Moser and 
Paul Terry. Reel. © Mar. 20, 1936 ; 
2 c. and description Mar. 31.; M 6325 ; 
Moser & Terry, inc., New Rochelle, 
N. Y. 2218 

Okay, Jose; no. 7071-72, story and 
screen play by Joe Traub, directed 
by Ralph Staub. 2 reels. © Mar. 9, 
1936 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 9 ; L 
6195 ; Vitaphone corp,, New York. 

2219 

Oregon (The) trail; story and screen 
play by Jack Natteforcl, Lindsley 
Parsons and Robert Emmett, directed 
by Scott Pembroke. 6 reels. © Jan. 
17, 1936; 2 c. and description Mar. 
2; L 6167; Republic pictures corp., 
New York. 2220 

Paramount news ; no. 53-60. 1 reel 
each. © Jan. 30, Feb. 3, 6, 10, 13, 17, 
20, 24, 1936; 2 c. and description 
each Mar. 23; M 629S-6305 ; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 2221-2228 

Paramount pictorial 5 ; no. 8. Reel. 
© Feb. 28, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 16 ; M 6273 ; Paramount pic- 
tures, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 2229 

Phantom (The) ship; no. 7189, ani- 
mation by Paul Smith and Don Wil- 
liams. (Looney tunes) Reel. © 
Mar. 2. 1936: 2 c. and description 
Mar. 2; M 6247; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 2230 

Planet of peril. See Flash Gordon. 

Playing for fun ; scenes by Saulter and 
Corso, directed by Milton Schwarz- 
wald. 2 reels. © Mar. 18, 1936 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 18 ; description Mar. 19; L 6223 ; 
Universal pictures corp.. New York. 

2231 

Power. © title and description reed. 
Mar. 21, 1936; 2 prints reed. Mar. 
23; M 6291; Chevrolet motor co., 
Detroit. 2232 

Preview (The) murder mystery; from 
an original story by Garnett Wes- 
ton, screen play by Brian Marlow 
and Robert Yost, directed by Robert 
Florey. 7 reels. © Feb. 28, 1936: 
2 c. and description Mar. 9 ; L (5203 ; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 2233 

Prisoner (The) of Shark Island; based 
on the life story of Dr. Samuel A. 
Mudd. associate producer Nunnally 
Johnson, screen play by Nunnally 



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no. 3, 1936 



2252 



Johnson, directed i»\ John Ford. 10 



reels. © Feb. 21, 1986; 2 c. 



id de- 



scription Mar. 25; I- 6233; Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 

2234 

Profit days are here again. 2 reds. © 
Feb. c. 1936; 2 c. Feb. 12; descrip- 
tion Mar. 13; M 6268; Audi Vision, 
inc.. New York. 2235 

lie burlone; di G. Kevotta. libera ridn- 
zione cinematografica di Lucio D'Am- 
bra, Bceneggiatura di G. Giannini. 
regista Enrico Gnazzoni. 10 reels. 
© Mar. 22. 1930; 1 c. Mar. 26; de- 
scription Mar. 27: L 6238; Nuovo 
mondo motion pictures, inc., New 
York. 2236 

Return (The) of Jimmy Valentine; 
original story by Scott Darling, Wal- 
lace Sullivan and Paul Armstrong, 
jr.. screen play by Jack Natteford 
and Olive Cooper, directed by Lewis 
1). Collins. 7 reels. © Feb. 28, 1986; 
Mar. 23; description Mar. 4; L 
6226; Republic pictures corp., New 
York. 2237 

Road gang; original story by Abem 
Finkel and Harold Buckley, directed 
by Louis King. 7 reels. © Mar. 17, 
1936 : 2 c. and description Mar. 17; L 
6218 : Warner brbs. pictures, inc., 
New York. 2288 

Robin Hood (The) of El Dorado; from 
the bock by Walter Noble Burns, 
* screen play by William S. Wellman, 
Joseph Calleia and Melvin Levy, di- 
rected by William A. Wellman. 9 
reels. © Mar. 4, 1936: 2 c. and de- 
scription Mar. 16; L (5214 : Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp.. New York. 

2239 

Rural Mexico; directed by Lewis 
Lewyn. (FitzPatrick-M. G. M. trav- 
eltalk) Keel. © Nov. 19, 1935; 2 c. 
and description Mai', lb. 1936; M 
6274: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 2240 

Sacred city of the Mayan Indians. (A 
James A. FitzPatrick traveltalk) 
Peel. © Feb. 5. 1936; 2 c. and de- 
scription Mar. 2: M 6248; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

2241 

Safe roads. © title and description 
reed. Mar. 21. 1936; 2 prints reed. 
Mai-. 2:5: M 6290; Chevrolet motor 
Co.. Detroit. 22 !2 

Sagebrush troubadour ; story by Oliver 
Drake, screen play by Oliver Drake 
and Joseph Poland, directed by 



Joseph Kane. 6 reels. © Dec. 2, 
lb:;."): 2 c. Mar. 2, 1936; description 
Jan. 20; L 6169 ; Republic pictures 
corp.. New York. 2243 

Scrappy \s pony; story by Ben Harri- 
son, animation by Manny Gould. 2 
reels. © Mar. 9, 1936; 2 c. Mar. 10 : 
description Mar. 10; M 6270; Screen 
gems, inc.", Los Angeles. 2244 

Second childhood; directed by Gus 
Meins. 2 reels. © Mar. 17. 10:56; 
2 c. and description Mar. 25 : L 6234; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 2245 

Share the wealth; story and screen 
play by Preston Black, directed by 
Del Lord. 2 reels. © Mar. 25, 19:56 ; 
2 c. Mar. 24 ; description Mar. 27 ; L 
6287 ; Columbia pictures corp., New 
York. 2246 

Shock-proof. © title and description 
reed. Mar. 21, 1936; 2 prints reed. 
Mar. 2:5; M (5287; Chevrolet motor 
co.. Detroit. 2247 

Shore leave. Sec Follow the fleet. 

Silly billies; story by Thomas Lennon 
and Fred Guiol, screen play by Al 
Boasberg and Jack Townley, di- 
rected by Fred Guiol. 7 reels. © 
Mar. 20, 1986; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 30; L 6240 ; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc.. New York. 2248 

Singing (The) vagabond: story by Oli- 
ver Drake, screen play by Oliver 
Drake and Betty Burbridge, directed 
by Carl Pierson. 6 reels. © Dec. 
28, 1935 ; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1936 ; descrip- 
tion Jan. 20; L 6200; Republic pic- 
tures corp.. New York. 2249 

Sky billboards. © title and description 
reed. Mar. 21. 1936 ; 2 prints reed. 
Mar. 23; M 6'2S8 ; Chevrolet motor 
co., Detroit. 2250 

Snowed under : story by Lawrence 
Saunders, screen play by F. Hugh 
Herbert and Brown Holmes, directed 
by Raymond Enright. 7 reels. © 
Mar. 2.j. 1936; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 26; L 6235; Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc.. New York. 2251 

Song and dance man : based on the play 
by George M. Cohan, screen play by 
Maude Fulton, directed by Allan 
Dwan. 8 reels. © Mar. 13. 1936; 
2 c. and description Mar. 25: L 02-'51 ; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., 
New York. 22.12 



Spinster dinner 
breakfast. 



Set Love before 



111. 



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2253 



pt. i. v. 9 



Star (The) reporter. Reel. © Mar. 
4, 1936; 2 c. and description Mar 
16 ; M 6271 ; Paramount pictures, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 2253 

Stop-look- and guess; narrative by 
Jack Fofoed, described by Ford 
Bond. Keel. © Mar. 4, 1936; 2 c. 
Mar. 4; description Mar. 5; M 6256; 
Columbia pictures Corp., New York. 

2254 

Stranger than fiction ; narrated by 
Alois Havrilla, produced by Charles 
E. Ford. © Universal pictures Corp., 
New York. 2255, 2256 

No. 18. © Mar. 23, 1936; 2 c. Mar. 
21; description Mar. 24; M 6308. 

No. 19. © Mar. 25, 1936; 2 c. Mar. 
24; description Mar. 26; M 6317. 

Super-solvenized prize contest April 1 
to May 31, 1936; by United sales & 
service co. Reel. © Feb. 8, 1936; 
2 c. Mar. 5 ; description Mar. 13 ; 
M 6269 ; Pure oil co., Chicago. 2257 

These three ; original story and screen 
play by Lillian Hellman, directed by 
William Wyler. 10 reels. © Mar. 9, 
1936; 2 c. and description Mar. 9; 
L 6194 ; Samuel Goldwyn, New York. 

2258 

Three godfathers; from the book by 
Peter B. Kyne, screen play by Ed- 
ward E. Paramore, jr. and Manuel 
Serf, directed by Richard Boleslaw- 
ski. 8 reels. © Mar. 4, 1936; 2 c. 
and description Mar. 16; L 6215; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., New 
York. 2259 

Thrills with daredevils ; narrative by 
Jack Kofoed, described bv Ford 
Bond. Reel. © Mar. 19, 1936 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 19 ; description Mar. 21 ; M 
6285; Columbia pictures Corp., New 
York. 2260 

Timber giants; no. 7134, written and 
compiled by Deleon Anthony, com- 
mentator Eddie Acuff. Reel. © 
Mar. 2, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 2 ; M 6246 ; Vitaphone corp-, 
New York. 2261 

Too many parents ; from stories by 
George Templeton and Jesse Lynch 
Williams, screen play by Virginia 
Van Upp and Doris Malloy, directed 
by Robert F. McGowan. 8 reels. © 
Mar. 20, 1936; 2 c. Mar. 25; descrip- 
tion Mar. 24; L 6230; Paramount 
productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

2262 



Trained hoofs ; explanatory remarks by 
Pete Smith, directed by David Miller. 
Reel. © Sept. 4, 1935; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 16, 1936; M 6275; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp.. New 
York. 2263 

Tunnel (The) of terror. See Flash 
Gordon. 

Universal newsreel. 1 reel each. © 

Universal pictures Corp., New York. 

2264-2272 

No. 427, 428. © Jan. 28, 31. 1936; 

2 c. each Mar. 9 ; description each 

Mar. 4; M 6259, 6260. 
No. 429, 430. © Feb. 4, 7, 1936 ; 2 c. 

each Mar. 12 ; description each 

Mar. 11 ; M 6265, 6266. 
No. 431, 432. © Feb. 11. 14. 1936; 

2 c. each Mar. 19 : description each 

Mar. 18; M 6283, 6284. 
No. 433, 434. © Feb. 18. 21, 1936; 

2 c. each Mar. 26* ; description each 

Mar. 25 ; M 6318, 6319. 
No. 442-A. © Mar. 20, 1936; 2 c. 

and description Mar. 27 ; M 6322. 

Vaud-o-mat (The) ; scenario by Wez. 
Fraser, directed by Milton Schwarz- 
wald. 2 reels. © Mar. 18. 1936; 2 
c. Mar. 18; description Mar. 19; L 
6222; Universal pictures corp- New 
York. 2273 

Vitaphone billboard; no. 1926.' Reel. 
© Mar. 9, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 9; L 6197; Vitaphone Corp., 
New York. 2274 

Vitaphone casino ; no. 1800. Reel. © 
Mar. 2, 1936 ; "2 c. and description 
Mar. 2 ; L 6173 ; Vitaphone corp.. 
New York. 2275 

Vitaphone celebrities; no. 1923. Reel. 
© Mar. 2, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 2; L 6175; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 2276 

Voice of experience ; no. 10. Reel. © 
Mar. 17, 1936 ; 2 c. Mar. 17 ; descrip- 
tion Mar. 30 ; M 6323 ; Rex him corp., 
New York. 2277 

Walking (The) dead; story by Ewart 
Adamson and Joseph Fields, screen 
play by Ewart Adamson, Peter Milne. 
Robert Andrews and Lillie Hay- 
ward, directed by Michael Curtiz. 
7 reels. © Feb. 29, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 2 ; L 6176 ; Warner 
bros. pictures, inc., New York. 2278 

Wash your step; no. 1928-29. story by 
A. Dorian Otvos and George Ben- 
nett, directed by Joseph Henabery. 
2 reels. © Mar. 30, 1936; 2 c. and 



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2284 



Bescription Mar. 30; L 6242 
phone corp., New York. 



Yita- 
2279 



While the cat's away; no. 1911-12, 
story by Jack Henley and Burnet 
Hershey, directed hy Lloyd French. 
2 reels. © Mar. 30, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 30; L 6241; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 2280 

Wife vs. secretary; from the story by 
Faith Baldwin, screen play by Nor- 
man Krasna, John Lee Mahin, and 
Alice Duer Miller, directed by Clar- 
ence Brown. 9 reels. © Feb. 26, 
1936; 2 c. and description Mar. 2; 
L 6177 : Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 2281 

Will power ; story by John Grey, di- 
rected by Arthur Ripley. 2 reels. © 
Mar. 2. 1936; 2 c. and description 



Mar. 3; L 6179: RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 2282 

Winged champions; narrated by Ted 
Husing. (Sportlight) Reel. © 
Mar. 13, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 27; M 6320; Paramount pro- 
ductions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

2283 

Winning (The) play. Sfee Adventures 
(The) of Frank Merriwell. 

Yellow dust ; suggested ov th e play 
Mother lode by Dan Totheroh and 
George O'Neil, screen play by Cyril 
Hume and John Twist, directed by 
Wallace Fox. 7 reels. © Mar. 5, 
1936 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 5 ; 
L 6185 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 2284 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the catalog since Jan. 1, 
1936: 

Motion-picture photoplays 216 

Motion-pictures other than photoplays 245 

Total 461 



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OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
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PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 



1936 

VOLUME 9 
No. 4 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1936 



>-pHE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, 
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alphabetically by title: Class "L", Motion-picture photoplays; and Class "M", 
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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



A. W. O. L. See While the city sleeps. 

A (The) number 1 girl; a comedy by 
O. Hearn. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1936; D 
41862; Olive Hearn, New York. 

2285 

Accent on youth. See Famous plays 
of 1935. 

According to law ; a play in 3 acts, by 
L. L. Goldberg. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1936 ; 
D 41861 ; Lawrence Larry Goldberg, 
Peekskill, N. Y. 2286 

Acts (The) of S. Richard; by E. 
Werge-Oram [pseud, of E. M. W. 
Thomas and E. M. Oram] [Chiches- 
ter, England, Priv. print, by Moore 
& Wingham, 1933] cover-title, 32 
p. 12mo. © June 16, 1933; 1 c. 
Feb. 13, 1936; D 42029; Evelyn M. 
YVerge Thomas and Eileen M. Oram, 
London. 2287 

Adventure overnight. See Second (A) 
collection of boys' plays. 

Adventures (The) and travels of Peter 
Graham; episodes 1-5, a radio 
drama, by T. Grierson. © 1 c. each 
Apr. 7, 1936; D 42208; Tom Grier- 
son, Rochester, N. Y. 2288 

Aeneas ; ballet en 1 acte avec cheers 
de J. Weterings, musique de Albert 
Roussel (op. 54) Partition pour le 
piano reduite par l'auteur. Paris 
[1936] 3 p. 1., 88 p. 4to. © Jan. 
30, 1936; 1 c. Apr. 1; D 39061; 
Durand et cie., Paris. 2289 

Affaire (L') Pepinster. See Revue 
(La) de Candide, 1936. 

Afterwards ; a 1-act play, by Geral- 
dine McGaughan. (In Scholastic, v. 
28, no. 6, Mar. 7, 1936) © Mar. 7, 
1936 ; 2 c. Mar. 30 ; D 42309 ; Geral- 
dine Elizabeth McGaughan, New 
York. 2290 

Aged 26 ; an original play in 4 acts, by 
A. C. Flexner. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1936 ; 
D 42096; Anne Crawford Flexner, 
New York. 2291 



Air (The) adventures of Jimmie Allen; 
episodes 521-585, by W. G. Moore 
and R. M. Burtt. © 1 c. each Mar. 
27, 1936; D 41911; Willfred G. 
Moore, Winnetka, 111., and Robert 
M. Burtt, Chicago. 2292 

All in together; a play in 3 acts, by 
S. H. Greenhill. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1936 ; 
D 41844; Sara Hoffman Greenhill, 
New York. 2293 

All request program. See Echoes of 
New York town. 

All rights reserved; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Bert Stanley [pseud, of 
B. S. Schwartz] © 1 c. Apr. 24, 
1936; D 42242; Bertram S. 
Schwartz, New York. 2294 

Amants (Les) terribles (Private 
lives) ; comedie inedite en 3 actes, 
par Noel Coward [traduction par 
Claude Andre Puget and Virginia 
Vernon] (In Les CEuvres libres, no. 
166) © Apr. 1, 1935; 1 c. Aug. 21; 
D 37016; Noel Coward, London. 

2295 

Amateur night ; a dramatico-musical 
composition, both text and music 
by Rocco Tennylynn [pseud, of G. L. 
Webster] and M. McCurdy. © 1 c. 
Feb. 28, 1936 ; D 39062 ; Geo. Lamont 
Webster, Kansas City, Mo., and Mar- 
garet McCurdy, Independence, Mo. 

2296 

American (An) tragedy; as drama- 
tized from the Theodore Dreiser 
novel, by Erwin Piscator, translated 
by Louise Campbell. © 1 c. Apr. 
17, 1936; D 42094; Erwin Piscator, 
New York. 2297 

Among the great; a comedy in 3 acts, 
with prologue and epilogue, by Syl- 
vestre Briant [pseud, of G. Bryant] 
© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1936; D 41788; 
George Bryant, Detroit. 2298 

Angel jury; a play in 2 acts, by W. 
Steele. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1936; D 
42295; William Steele, New York. 

2299 



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pt. i, v. 9 



Ann Worth — housewife ; by Thomas 
Dougall. nos. A-72, A-73. © 1 c 
each Apr. 3, 1936; D 41768, 41769; 
Kunsky-Trendle broadcasting corp., 
Detroit. 2300, 2301 

nos. A-74, A-75. © 1 c. each 



Apr. 13, 1936 ; D 41979, 41980 ; Kun- 
sky-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 2302, 2303 

nos. A-76, A-77. © 1 c. each 



Apr. 16, 1936; D 42087, 42088; Kun- 
sky-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 2304, 2305 

nos. A-78, A-79. © 1 c. each 

Apr. 23, 1936 ; D 42234, 42235 ; Kun- 
sky-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 2306, 2307 

nos. A-80, A-81. © 1 c. each 



Apr. 29, 1936; D 42340, 42341 
Kunsky-Trendle broadcasting corp., 
Detroit. 2308, 2309 

Anne's minstrels ; an old-time min- 
strel-show in 2 parts, by Anne Upton 
[i. e. F. A. U. Baldwin] Text. © 
1 c. Apr. 13, 1936; D 41984; Florine 
Anne Upton Baldwin, Los Angeles. 

2310 

Anthony and Anna ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by S. Ervine. New version. © 
1 c. Apr. 24, 1936; D 42227; St. 
John Ervine, Seaton Down, Seaton, 
Devonshire. England. 2311 

Appetite for adventure; a comedy, by 
C. Divine. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1936; D 
41782 ; Charles Divine, New York. 

2312 

Are you happy, darling? See Story 
(The) of Destiny. 

Artificial respiration. See While the 
city sleeps. 

At an Indian fiesta ; by Estella Hamil- 
ton. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1936; D. 42276; 
Estella Fulton Hamilton, Berkeley, 
Calif. 2313 

Baby finds a home. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Bachelor's choice ; a rollicking comedy, 
by Frances Huntley. Raleigh, N. C. 
[1936] 72 p. diagr. 8vo. © Feb. 
25, 1936; 2 c. Apr. 11; D 41970; 
Eaddy & Eaddy, Raleigh, N. C. 

2314 

Back on the payroll ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by J. Haven Doyle [i. e. J. H. 
Doyle] © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1936; D 
42174; James Henry Doyle, New 
York. 2315 



Bal (Le) de la prefecture; operette en 
3 actes, par R. Brinon. Text. © 

1 c. Apr. 3, 1936 ; D 41858 ; Raymond 
Brinon, Pau (Basses Ryrenees) 
France. 2316 

Balance all ; a drama in 3 acts, by R. 
Van Sickle. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1936; 
D 42252 ; Raymond Van Sickle, New 
York. 2317 

Balmy Mr. Brown ; a 3-act farce, by 
Frederick G. Johnson. Boston, 
Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. [1936] 2 
p. 1., [3]-149 p. diagr. 12mo. 
( [Baker's royalty plays] ) © Apr. 
2, 1936 ; 2 c. May 1 ; D 42333 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 2318 

Bargain (A) in breezes; a 1-act 
comedy, by C. Divine. © 1 c. Mar. 
25, 1936; D 41781; Charles Divine, 
New York. 2319 

Barriers ; a play in 1 act, by Graham 
D;u Bois [i. e. H. G. DU Bois] 
Hackettstown, N. J. [1936] [21] p. 
12mo. © Apr. 1, 1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 16 ; 
D 42048 ; Hamilton Graham Du Bois, 
Hackettstown, N. J. 2320 

Beauty (The) contest ; an operetta in 

2 acts for girls, books and lyrics by 
Theodosia Paynter, music by G. A. 
Grant-Schaefer. Vocal score and 
libretto complete. Chicago ■ [1936] 
72 p. 4to. © Mar. 27, 1936; 2 c. 
Mar. 30; D. 39067; Raymond A. 
Hoffman co., Chicago. 2321 

Beg your pardon? a farce, by Beatrice 
M. Casey. Dayton, O., Paine pub- 
lishing company [1936] 15 p. 12mo. 
(Paine's popular plays) © Apr. 3, 
1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 6 ; D 41808 ; Lurten 
M. Paine, Dayton, O. 2322 

Behind the eight ball ; or, Lucky in 
love, a comedy in 3 acts, by Edward 
Ma rr. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1936; D 
41759; Edward James Marr, New 
York. 2323 

Believe it or not ; a farce in 3 acts, by 
Glenn Hughes. Rock Island, 111. 
[1986] 101 p. 12mo. ([Plays of 
the month]) © Mar. 1, 1936; 2 c. 
Apr. 20; D 42170; Frederick B. In- 
gram productions, inc., Rock Island, 
111. 2324 

Bethlehem (The) road; by Margaret 
Ann Hubbard. Boston, Mass., Los 
Angeles, Cal. [1936] 95 p. diagrs. 
12 mo. Contains music. © Mar. 31, 
1936 ; 2 c. May 1 ; D 42330 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 2325 



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2346 



Bichon ; piece en 3 actes [par] Jean de 
Letraz. [Paris 1936] 38, [2] p. 
illus. 4to. ( [La Petite illustration, 
no. 7561 ) © Jan. 18, 1936 ; 1 c. Apr. 
8; D 42010; Jean de Letraz, Paris. 

2326 

Birds of all feathers ; a musical sketch, 
solos for piano, voice, and violin, 
dances, piano ensemble, a musical 
reading, and toy symphony, by Mil- 
dred Adair. Philadelphia, 1936. 48 
p. 4to. © Apr. 21, 1936; 2 c. Apr. 
23: D 39070; Theodore Presser CO., 
Philadelphia. 2327 

Birthday (The) of the church ; a radio 
program for Pentecost (Whitsun- 
day) by John R. Chisholm. © 1 c. 
Apr. 24. 1936; D 42255; John Rich- 
mond Chisholm, Washington. 2328 

Black rhythm ; a dramatico-musical 
composition in 15 scenes, text by S. 
de Coursey, lyrics and music by Gene 
Page |i. e. Eugene Edgar Pagel © 
1 c. Apr. 6, 1936; D 39068; Sara de 
Coursey, Los Angeles. 2329 

Blanc et rouge; piece en 3 acts et 6 
tableaux [par] Jean Bommart. 
[Paris] 1936. 34, [2] p. illus. 4to. 
(La Petite illustration, no. 754) © 
Jan. 4, 1936; 1 c. Apr. 3; D 41834; 
Jean Bommart, Paris. 2330 

Blind (The) goddess. See Seven plays. 

Blooming (The) century; a play in 3 
acts, by Florence Arnold [i. e. F. A. 
Dubs] © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1936 ; D 41900 ; 
Florence Arnold Dubs, Washington. 

2331 

Bobby and Betty and the wishing ring ; 
episodes 1-20, a radio serial, by H. 
R. Conner. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1936; D 
41764 ; Herbert Russell Conner, Long 
Beach, Calif. 2332 

Bonapart in Jaffa ; a play in 5 acts, by 
A. Zweig. German text. © 1 c. Apr. 
9. 1936: D 42183; Arnold Zweig, 
Haifa, Palestine. 2333 

Bond (The) between; a drama in 1 
act, by Mae Howley Barry. Chicago 
[19361 23 p. diagr. 12mo. © Apr. 
21, 1936 : 2 c. Apr. 27 ; D 42258 ; Dra- 
matic pub. co., Chicago. 2334 

Boorn case. Sec Do innocent men die ? 

Borden (The) mystery. See Unsolved 
mysteries. 

Border (The) line; a play in 3 acts, 
by M. A. Kinross. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 
1936: D 42139; Internatl. copyright 
bur., ltd., London. 2335 



Boy is king! Sec Second (A) collec- 
tion of boys' plays. 

Bride (A) for Chac-Mool ; by Ethel 
Jewell. Raleigh. N. C. [1936] 15 p. 
8vo. © Apr. 2, 1936; 2 c. Apr. 11; 
D 41965; Eaddy & Eaddy, Raleigh. 
N. C. 2336 

Bridge (The) of Rama; by I. Ander- 
son. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1936 ; D 42293 ; 
Isabel Anderson, Brookline, Mass. 

2337 

Bright hour sketches ; by M. P. Mar- 
quis. An investment that paid. © 

1 c. Mar. 7, 1936; D 41731; Mar- 
jorie Potts Marquis, New York. 

2338 

To the rescue. © 1 c. Mar. 

7, 1936; D 41732; Marjorie Potts 
Marquis, New York. 2339 

Brookwood revue — 1936; by Susan M. 

5 h e p h e r d , Mickey Harris, Jesse 
Ogden and Brookwood students. 
Katonah, N. Y. [1936] various pag- 
ings. illus. 4to. © Apr. 13, 1936; 

2 c. Apr. 30; D 42335; Brookwood 
labor publications, Katonah, N. Y. 

2340 

Burlesque ; by George Manker Watters 
and Arthur Hopkins. New York, 
London, 1936. 85 p. plates, diagrs. 
12mo. ([French's standard library 
edition]) © July 30', 1935; 2 c. 
Jan. 31, 1936; D 42308; Samuel 
French, New York. 2341 

But, then again — ; a play in 3 acts, by 
J. Kramm. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1936; D 
41778 ; Joseph Kramm, New York. 

2342 

CCC (The) murder mystery ; a comedy 
drama in 2 acts, by Grace Hayward 
[i. e. G. H. Gatts] © 1 c. Apr. 2, 
1936; D 41751; Grace Hayward 
Gatts, Little Neck, L. I., N. Y. 2343 

Cacciatore (II) di anitre ; tragedia 
moderna in 6 quadri, di U. Betti. © 
1 c. Apr. 4, 1936; D 41859; Ugo 
Betti, Rome. 2344 

Cafe (The) of the Red Dagger; no. 5. 
The Legion of honor. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1936; D 41026 ; Axton-Fisher tobacco 
co., inc., Louisville. 2345 

California's hour; program no. 2, by 
Lord & Thomas radio department. 
© 1 c. Apr. 27, 1936 ; D 42281 ; Lord 

6 Thomas, Los Angeles. 2346 



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2347 



pt. I, v. 9 



Camouflage ; a 1-act play, by Sallie 
Lee Bell. Raleigh, N. C. [1936] 
15 p. 8vo. © Apr. 2, 1936; 2 c. 
Apr. 11; D 41966; Eaddy & Eaddy, 
Raleigh, N. C. 2347 

Campiello (Der) ; musikalisches lust- 
spiel in 3 aufziigen [von] Carlo Gol- 
doni, aus dem alt-venezianischen 
strassenleben, bearbeitung von Mario 
Ghisalberti, musik von Ermanno 
Wolf-Ferrari, deutsche uebersetzung 
voni komponisten und Fr. X. Friedl. 
Milano, 1936. 88 p. illus. 12mo. 
German text. © Apr. 23, 1936; 1 c. 
Apr. 23 ; D 42265 ; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 2348 

Campus carnival ; a drama on ice 
skates, by H. W. Johnsen. © 1 c. 
Apr. 9', 1936; D 41890; Harvey Wil- 
liam Johnsen, Chicago. 2349 

Candle light fantasia; a pageant play 
of fantasy in 11 episodes, by M. B. 
Purcell. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1936; D 
41784 ; Margaret Barbrick Purcell, 
Pasadena. 2350' 

Canzone ( La ) della madonna ; dramma 
in prologa e 4 atti, di A. Cennerazzo. 
© 1 c. Apr. 9, 1936; D 41897; Ar- 
mando Cennerazzo, New York. 

2351 

Case history ; a social drama in 3 acts, 
by C. McGuinness. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 
1936 ; D 42057 ; Clifford McGuinness, 
New York. 2352 

Cavalcade of Texas, an empire on 
parade ; by Jan Isabell Fortune, and 
associates. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1936; 
D, 42225; Texas centennial central 
exposition, Dallas. 2353 

Celerite discretion ; piece en 1 acte 
[par] Charles Dornac [pseud, of C. 
Sauerwein] (In La Petite illustra- 
tion, no. 379) © Dec. 21, 1935; 1 c. 
Feb. 20', 1986; D 42168; Christian 
Sauerwein, Paris. 2354 

Chanson (La) du bonheur ; operette 
en 3 actes et 8 tableaux, livret fran- 
gais de Andre Mauprey, d'apres la 
piece de Ludwig Herzer, Fritz 
Lohner et Willner-Bodanzky, traduc- 
tion de H. Geiringer, musique de 
Franz Lehar. Paris, 1935, 1 p. 1., 
94 p. 4to. Livret. © Dec. 30, 1935 ; 
1 c. Apr. 1, 1936; D 41841; Editions 
Salabert. Paris. 2355 

Cliant (Le) du Berceau ; comedie en 2 
actes en prose [par] Gregorio et Ma- 
ria Martinez Sierra, traduite de l'es- 
pagnol par G[regorio] Koeckert et 



[Maria] Madany. Paris [1935] 3 p. 
1., ix-xi, 185, [1] p. 12mo. © Dec. 
20, 1935 ; 1 c. Apr. 8, 1936 ; D 42007 ; 
Desclee de Brouwer et cie, Paris. 

2356 

Charlette becomes a mother! a drama 
in a prologue, 2 acts, and an epilogue, 
by Frank Howe, jr. and D. E. Han- 
Ion. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1936 ; D 42300' ; 
Daniel E. Hanlon, Thomas McGrath, 
New York, and Minnie E. Howe, New 
London, Conn. 2357 

(Charmed life ! See Soldiers of fortune. 

Cheerio, my deario; a farce in 3 acts, 
by Jay Tobias. Chicago [1936] 
108 p. diagr. 12mo. ([Denison's 
red letter series]) © Apr. 11, 1936; 
2 c. Apr. 15 ; D 42032 ; T. S. Denison 
& co., Chicago. 2358 

Chemin (Le) perdu; piece en 3 actes 
et un prologue, par Marcelle Capron 
[pseud, of M. C. Fabre] © 1 c. Apr. 
8, 1936; D 42015; Marcelle Cecile 
Fabre, Cannes, A. M., France. 2359 

China intrigue ; a tragedy in 3 acts, by 
W. J. Beugge. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1936 ; 
D 42135; Walter J. Beugge, Brook- 
lyn. 2360 

Chrysanthemum ; a Chinese fantasy in 
1 act, by Kent Andrews. © 1 c Apr. 
30, 1936 ; D 42336 ; Kent K. Andrews, 
Cedar Rapids, la. 2361 

City (A) built in a night; by I. Ander- 
son. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1936 ; D 42292 ; 
Isabel Anderson, Brookline, Mass. 

2362 

City desk ; an original script for radio 
broadcast, by Edith Meiser. episode 
no. 1. The flight to Chicago. © 1 c. 
Apr. 11, 1936; D 41992; McKnight 
and Jordan, inc., New York. 2363 

episode no. 2. The diamond 



robbery. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1936; D 
41998 ; McKnight and Jordan, inc., 
New York. 2364 



episode no. 3, The haunted 

house. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1936; D 

41994; McKnight and Jordan, inc., 

New York. 2365 

Clandestinely yours ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Richard Mansure Sonner [pseud, 
of J. M. Franks] © 1 c. Apr. 28, 
1936 ; D 42301 ; Jack M. Franks, Chi- 
cago. 2366 

Close quarters. See Famous plays of 
1935. 



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2385 



Close to heaven ; a play in 3 nets, by 
Orcela Serpe [pseud, of F. Serpe] 
Enlarged and rev. version. © 1 c. 
Mar. 28, 1936; D 41740; Filuniena 
Serpe, Chicago. 2367 

Closed (The) chapter; a drama in pro- 
logue, 3 acts, and an epilogue, by Elm 
A. and Charles J. Hanna in collabo- 
ration with Joseph A. Dernier; rev. 
version of The silver lining. © 1 c. 
Feb. 4, 1936; D 40681; Charles Jo- 
seph Hanna, New York. 2368 

Cocktails for two ; by C. S. Gillam. © 
1 c. Mar. 4, 1936 ; D 41906 ; Cornelia 
Stabler Gillam, Buck Hill Falls, Pa. 

2369 

Coercion ; a 1-act play, by Alexander 
Ramsay. London, New York [etc.] 
1935. 27 p. diagr. 12mo. © Apr. 
22, 1935 : 1 c. Apr. 6, 1936 ; D 41799 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 2370' 

Coleman case. See Do innocent men 
die? 

Colin-Maillard : piece en 1 acte, par 
Marcelle Capron [pseud, of M. C. 
Fabre] © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1936 ; D 42020 ; 
Marcelle Cecile Fabre, Cannes, A. M., 
France. 2371 

Comedy on the battlefield; by W. E. 

Long. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1936 ; D 41735 ; 

Warren E. Long, Bay Village, O. 

2372 
Conference ; a 1-act play, by M. Curran. 

© 1 c. Apr. 18, 1936 ; D 42153 ; Mary 

Curran, Boston. 2373 

Conquista ; dramma in 4 atti, di Pio 
Enrico dar Boggia [pseud, of P. E. 
Loggia] © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1936; D 
41958 ; Pio Enrico Boggia, New York. 

2374 

Constant (The) shuttle; a play in 3 
acts, by W. W. Davis. © 1 c. Apr. 
27, 1936 ; D 42304 ; William W. Davis, 
Tonkawa, Okl. 2375 

Contemporary one-act plays from nine 
countries ; edited by Percival Wilde. 
Boston, Little, Brown, and company, 
iSBG, x, 457 p. Svo. Contents.— 
Tbe United States: Paul Green, 
Hymn to the rising sun. — Sherwood 
Anderson, Mother. — Clifford Odets, 
Till the day I die. — Percival Wilde, 
World without end.— The British 
isles: The little theatre movement. 
England: Harold Brighouse, Smoke- 
screens. — Philip Johnson, The lovely 
miracle. — John Drinkwater, Midsum- 
mer eve. — Scotland : Joe Corrie, The 
hoose o' the hill. — Ireland: Bernard 
Duffy, The coiner. — Germany : Hans 



Gross, The next war. — Austria : Alex- 
ander Lernet-Holenia, Saul. — Hun- 
gary : Attila von Orbok, With discre- 
tion. — F r i t z Karinthy, Refund. — 
France: Paul Geraldy, Just boys. — 
Henri Duvernois, The bronze lady 
and the crystal gentleman. — Russia: 
N. N. Evreinov, The corridors of the 
soul. © Apr. 20, 1936 ; 2 c. and aff . 
Apr. 22; A 94125; Percival Wilde, 
Sharon, Conn. 2375* 

Cornerstone (The) ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Wilfrid Evans [pseud, of M. Eb- 
enstein] © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1936; D 
42241 ; Morris Ebenstein, New York. 

2376 

Cosima ; a play in 2 acts and a pro- 
logue, by A. Vecsey. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 
1936 ; D 41813 ; Armand Vecsey, New 
York. 2377 

County (A) fair and carnival; a play 
in 2 parts, by T. E. Manfreda. © 

1 c. Apr. 15, 1936 ; D 42068 ; Theresa 
Elizabeth Manfreda, Wallingford. 
Conn. 2378 

Crab apple ; a play in 4 acts, by T. 
Packard. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1936; D 
41934 ; Theodore Packard, Canton, 
Mass. 2379 

Creatures of destiny ; a play in 4 acts, 
by Pio Enrico dar Boggia [pseud, of 
P. E. Boggia] translated by Dolores 
di Dolcini from the Italian play, I 
figli del destino, by the same author. 
© 1 c. Apr. 10, 1936 ; D 41959 ; Pio 
Enrico Boggia, New York. 2380 

Criminals forever; a modern play in a 
prologue, 3 acts, and an epilogue, by 
W. I. Sirovich. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1936 ; 
D 42035; William I. Sirovich, New 
York. 2381 

Critic (The) on the hearth; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by M. K. Smith. © 1 c. 
Apr. 8, 1936 ; D 41873 ; Mildred Kath- 
arine Smith, Altadena, Calif. 2382 

Critters and things ; a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by G. Teal. Rev. edition. 
© 1 c. Apr. 21, 1936 ; D 42173 ; George 
Teal, New York. 2383 

Cross-currents ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
N. Whiteman. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1936 ; 
D 41989; Nathaniel Whiteman, Phil- 
adelphia. 2384 

Dad plans the wedding : a comedy in 1 
act, by Gordon Berry. Boston, 
Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. [1936] 24 
p. diagr. 12mo. ([Baker's plays 
for amateurs]) © Mar. 24, 1936; 

2 c. Apr. 2; D 41699; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 2385 



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2386 



pt. i, v. 9 



David and Goliath; by S. L. Bloom. 
© 1 c. Apr. 30, 1936 ; D 42339 ; Sey- 
mour L. Bloom, New York. 2386 

Dear Aunt Lulu. See First nighter. 

Dear little mother; by D. M. Water- 
bury. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1936; D 
42061 ; Dorothea M. Waterbury, Mai- 
den, Mass. 2387 

Death comes to the quack doctor; a 
play in 1 act and a prologue, by 
Harold J. Kennedy. Boston, Mass., 
Los Angeles, Cal. [1936] 32! p. 
12mo. ([Baker's royalty plays]) 
© Mar. 24, 1936; 2 c. Apr. 2; D 
41698; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

2388 

Death Valley days ; a series of radio 
sketches, by MeCann-Erickson, inc. 
Mar. 19, 1936'. Hideout. © 1 c. Apr. 
18, 1936; D 420821; Pacific coast 
borax co., New York. 2389 

Mar. 26, 1936. Housewarm- 

ing. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1936 ; D 42083 ; 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 

2390 



Apr. 2, 1936. Pipe dream. 

© 1 c. Apr. 18, 1936; D 42084; Pa- 
cific coast borax co., New York. 

2391 

Apr. 9, 1936. The Kickapoo 

run. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1936 ; D 42085 ; 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 

2392 

Deguello; a 3-act play of the siege of 
the Alamo, by H. B. Mason [jr. ( ] and 
H. S. Lewis [jr.] © 1 c. Apr. 13, 
1936 ; D 42327 ; H. B. Mason, jr. and 
H. S. Lewis, jr., Austin, Tex. 2393 

Diamond (The) robbery. See City 
desk. 

Diana's nightie; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by O. Menn. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1936 ; 
D 41957 ; Olga Menn, West Chicago. 

2394 

Dibbuk (The) [II dibuk] ; opera in 
prologue and 3 acts, libretto by Re- 
nato Simoni, from the dramatic leg- 
end by Scialom An- Ski, English ver- 
sion by Archie Coates, music by Lo- 
dovico Rocca. New York, 1936, 63 p. 
8vo. Text. © Apr. 23, 1936; 2 c. 
Apr. 24 ; D 42260 ; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 2395 

Dibuk (II) See Dibbuk (The) 

Dinner a la francais ; bv S. Gurvitz. 
© 1 c. Apr. 21, 1936 ; D 42179; Simon 
Gurvitz, Detroit. 2396 



Dinner at eight ; a sketch by C. S. Gil- 
lam. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1936 ; D 41907 ; 
Cornelia Stabler Gillam, Buck Hill 
Falls, Pa. 2397 

Disappearance (The) of Judge Crater. 
See Unsolved mysteries. 

Do innocent men die? by Del Sheri- 
dan [pseud, of E. H. Marx] Boom 
case. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1936 ; D 41888 ; 
Eddy Hope Marx, Los Angeles. 2398 

Coleman case. © 1 c. Apr. 

15, 1936'; D 42046 ; Eddy Hope Marx, 
Los Angeles, Calif. 2399 



Perry case. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 

1936; D 41887; Eddy Hope Marx, 

Los Angeles. 2400 

— Trailor case. © 1 c. Apr. 



16, 1936 ; D 42063 ; Eddy Hope Marx, 
Los Angeles. 2401 

Warwickshire case. © 1 c. 

Apr. 16, 1936; D 42064; Eddy Hope 
Marx, Los Angeles. 2402 

Dr. Jones, numbers banker ; an inti- 
mate Negro play in 5 acts, by M. W. 
Willis, sr. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1936: D 
42221; Moxley Waldo Willis, sr.. 
Baltimore. 2403 

Doctor (The) talks; Apr. 23, 1936, by 
Jean V. Grombach, Earl Sparling 
and Ted Sills. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1936 ; 
D 42205 ; Grombach productions, inc., 
New York. 2404 

Dog biscuit; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
J. C. Nugent. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1936; 
D 41935 ; John Charles Nugent, New 
York. 2405 

Don't darken my door ! a comedy in 3 
acts, by Anne Coulter Martens. Chi- 
cago [1936] 88 p, diagrs. 12mo. © 
Apr. 21, 1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 27 ; D 42257 ; 
Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 2406 

Don't give up the ship ; or, Three 
grand guys, by J. B. Rethy, based 
on the dramatic lives of three great 
American sea captains. © 1 c. Apr. 
13, 1936; D 41983; Joseph Bernard 
Rethy, New York. 2407 

Dora Nelson ; un film de Louis Verneuil 
[pseud, of Louis Collin Du Boccage] 
Paris, 1935. cover-title, 38, [2] p. 
illus. 4to. (La Petite illustration, 
no. 753) © Dec. 28, 1935; 1 c. Apr. 
3, 1936; D 41836; Louis Collin Du 
Boccage, Paris. 2108 

Double trouble ; a farce in 1 act, by J. 
G. Fuller. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1936; D 
42212; John Grant Fuller, Easton, 
Pa. 2409 



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Draniatische werke : 1. bcL, 8. bd., 4. bd., 
[von] Konrad Falke [pseud, of Karl 
Prey] Ziirich [etc.] 19B1-196& 3 v. 
12mo. Contents. — 1. bd. Sinnbilder 
I. ( Versdramen ) Astorre. — Das 
madchen von Talynthos. — Noah. — 3. 
bd. Moderne gesellschaftsdramen. I. 
christian. — Lux. — L bd. Moderne 
gesellschaftsdramen. II. Die Statt- 
halterin. — Die eifersiichtigen. — Das 
kind. 1. bd., © Sept. 28, 1933 ; 3, bd., 
© Oct. 1, 1931; 4. bd., © Apr. 5, 
1932 ; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1986 ; A— Foreign 
30471-30473; Rascher & cie. a.-g., 
verlag, Ziirich, Switzerland. 2409* 

Draw the fires ! Sec Seven plays. 

Dream street; a play in 3 acts, by O. 
Shafter. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1936; D 
42314; Otto Shafter, New York. 

2410 

Driftwood : by F. Ehlert. © 1 c. Apr. 
29, 1936 ; D 42312 ; Fay Ehlert, Lib- 
ertyville, 111. 2411 

Drums ; episode no. 1, by J. T. Murphy. 
© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1936; D 41996; John 
Thomas Murphy, Memphis, Tenn. 

2412 

Dust ; a play in 5 scenes, by Kenneth 
Ellington. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1936; D 
42243 ; Kenneth Raynor Ellington, 
Asheville, N. C. 2413 

Early American prints. See Fountain 
(The) of youth. 

East side Rose ; a musical comedy in 
3 acts, by George Melville [pseud, of 
G. A. Molvaut] Text. © 1 c. Mar. 
25, 1936; D 42244; George A. Mol- 
vaut, Port Richmond, N. Y. 2414 

Ebb-tide. See Plays of the Pacific 
coast. 

Echoes of New York town ; episode 25. 
Washington square, by Fairfax 
Downey. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1936; D 
42078 ; McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. 2415 

episode 26. Spring is here, by 

McCann-Erickson, inc. © 1 c. Apr. 
18, 1936 ; D 42079 ; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 2416 

episode 27. The Statute of liberty, 

by McCann-Erickson, inc. © 1 c. 
Apr. 18, 1936; D 42080; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 2417 

episode 28. All request program, 

by .McCann-Erickson, inc. © 1 c. 
Apr. 18, 1936; D 42081; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 241S 

Eli-Eli ; a play in 3 acts and a pro- 
logue, by M. Blum, suggested by the 



somewhat legendary tale of the au- 
thor of the song, Eli-Eli. © 1 c. 
Apr. 25, 1936 ; D 42250 ; Mary Blum, 
Chicago. 2419 

Elinor ; a comedy in 3 acts, by Robert 
Wetzel. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1936; D 
41983 ; Robert More Wetzel, Polo, 111. 

2420 

Elisabeth Charlotte, herzogin von 
Orleans; schauspiel von Eberhard 
Foerster [pseud.] © 1 c. Apr. 20, 
1936; D 42266; S. Fischer verlag, 
a. g., Berlin. 2421 

Elizabeth, la femme sans homme ; 
piece en 2 parties et cinq tableaux 
[par] Andre Josset. [Paris, 1936] 
26, [4] p. illus. 4to. ([La Petite 
illustration, no. 759]) © Feb. 8, 
1936; 1 c. Apr. 9; D 42011; Andre" 
Josset and Fasquelle editeurs, Paris. 

2422 

(5 tableaux) [par] Andre 

Josset, avec les portraits des per- 
sonnages. d'apres les tableaux de 
l'epoque. Paris, Fasquelle editeurs 
[1936] 188 p., 1 1. incl. front, 
(port.) 12 mo. © Feb. 12, 1936; 
1 c. Apr. 18 ; D 42263 ; Andre Josset 
and Fasquelle editeurs, Paris. 2423 

Ellen's elopement ; a comedy in 1 act, 
by Robert Housum [i. e. C. R. 
Housum] © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1936; D 
41824; Charles Robert Housum, 
Cleveland Heights, O. 2424 

Enfances (Les) de Jesus. See Noel 
(Le) sur la place. 

Episodes ; a play in 1 act, by C. A. 
De Lima. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1936; D 
42213; Charles A. De Lima, Sain- 
ville, Eure et Loir, France. 2425 

Espoir ; piece inedite en 5 actes, d* 
Henry Bernstein. (In Candide, 
Nov. 28, Dec. 5, 12, 19, 1935) © Nov. 
28, Dec. 5, 12, 19, 1935; 1 c. Apr. 3, 
1936; D 41838; Henry Bernstein, 
Paris. 2426 

Eternal (The) slave; a play in 4 acts, 
by S. Barmak. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1936; 
D 41786; Samuel Barmak, New 
York. 2427 

Ethan Frome ; a dramatization of 
Edith Wharton's novel, by Owen 
Davis and Donald Davis, suggested 
by a dramatization by Lowell Bar- 
rington. New York, London, 1936. 
xiv, 260 p. plates. 8vo. © Feb. 
25, 1936: 2 c. Mar. 18; D 42053; 
Charles Scribner's sons, New York. 

2428 



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2429 



pt. i, v. 9 



Europe; piece en 3 actes, de M. Ros- 
tand. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1936 ; D 42273 ; 
Maurice Rostand, Paris. 2429 

Even Achilles ; a comedy-drama in 3 
acts, by John Sydney [pseud, of S. H. 
Carter] © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1936; D 
42224 ; Sydney Hobart Carter, Hollis, 
N. H. 2430 

Every day's a holiday ; a comedy-satire 
in 3 acts, by H. Callen. © 1 c. Apr. 
3, 1936; D 41772; Harold Callen, 
New York. 2431 

Ex-fireman. See While the city sleeps. 

Eyes (The) of Tlaloc ; a mystery play 
in 3; acts, by Agnes Emelie Peterson. 
112, ix, [1] p. front., plates, diagrs. 
12mo. Plates part printed on both 
sides. © Mar. 7, 1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 11 ; 
D 41961 ; Row, Peterson & co., Evans- 
ton, 111. 2432 

Faiseur (Le) ; d'Honore de Balzac, 
adaptation en 3 actes, de Simone 
Sans-Jollivet. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1936; 
D 42019; Simone Sans-Jollivet, 
Paris. 2433 

Falstaff; lyrical comedy in 3 acts, by 
Arrigo Boito, music by Giuseppe 
Verdi, English translation by H. 
Procter-Gregg. London, Milan, New 
York [etc., etc.] 55, [1] p. 8vo. 
Text. © Mar. 10, 1936 ; 1 c. Apr. 6 ; 
D 41963; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

2434 

Famous jury trials ; a radio broadcast, 
by Don Becker. Dec. 2, 1935. © 
1 c. Dec. 14, 1935 ; D 42100 ; J. Ralph 
Corbett, inc., Cincinnati. 2435 

Dec. 15, 16, 1935. © 1 c. each 

Dec. 23, 1935; D 42104; J. Ralph 
Corbett, inc., Cincinnati. 2436 

Dec. 15, 16, 1935. © 1 c. each. 



Dec. 23, 1935 ; D 42102 ; J. Ralph Cor- 
bett, inc., Cincinnati. 2437 

Dec. 29, 30, 1935. © 1 c. each 



Jan. 9, 1936 ; D 42111 ; J. Ralph Cor 
bett, inc., Cincinnati. 2438 

Jan. 5, 6, 1936. 1 c. each 



Jan. 9. 1936 ; D 42109 ; J. Ralph Cor- 
bett, inc., Cincinnati. 2439 

Jan. 12, 13, 1936. © 1 c. each 



Jan. 22, 1936 ; D 42115 ; J. Ralph Cor- 
bett, inc., Cincinnati. 2440 

Jan. 19, 20, 1936. © 1 c. 



each Jan. 24, 1936 ; D 42116 ; J. Ralph 
Corbett, inc., Cincinnati. 2441 

Jan. 26, 27, 1936. © 1 c. each 



Jan. 29, 1936; D 42121; J. Ralph 
Corbett, inc., Cincinnati. 2442 



Mar. 8, 9, 1936. © 1 c. each 

Mar. 23, 1936; D 42101; J. Ralph 
Corbett, inc., Cincinnati. 2443 

Famous plays of 1935; London, Victor 
Gollancz, ltd., 1935. 622 p. 12mo. 
Contents. — Nights must fall, by 
Emlyn Williams. — Accent on youth, 
by Samson Raphaelson. — Close quar- 
ters, by W. O. Somin, English ver- 
sion, by Gilbert Lennox. — Grief goes 
over, by Merton Hodge. — The mask 
of virtue, by Carl Sternheim, Eng- 
lish version, by Ashley Dukes. — 
Youth at the helm, by Paul Vulpius, 
English version, by Hubert Griffith. 
© Oct. 14, 1935: 1 c. Dec. 11, 1935; 
1 c. Mar. 3, 1936; D 38904; Victor 
Gollancz, ltd., London. 2444 

Farce de la cuvier. See In the suds. 

Fathomless ; a 1-act fantasy, by J. F. 
Suter. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1936 ; D 41742 ; 
John F. Suter and Robert H. Bull, 
Charleston, W. Va. 2445 

Fickle women; a comedy drama with 
music, in 3 acts, by M. Brown. 
Text. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1936 ; D 42303 ; 
Murray Brown, Brooklyn. 2446 

Figli del destino. See Creatures of 
destiny. 

File indienne ; comedie en 3 actes, par 
Albert Acremant et Max Daireaux. 
(In Les (Euvres libres, no. 172) © 
Oct. 1, 1935; 1 c. Apr. 3, 1936; D 
41803; Albert Acremant and Max 
Daireaux, Neuilly, France. 2447 

Finishing (The) touch; a drama in 3 
acts, by Allan Hoffman. © 1 c. Apr. 
10, 1936 ; D 41949 ; Allan Alden Hoff- 
man, Carmel, Calif. 2448 

First nighter ; a radio broadcast. Mar. 
13, 1936. He wouldn't marry the 
girl, by Anthony Wayne. © 1 c. 
Apr. 15, 1936; D 42037; Campana 
sales co., Batavia, 111. 2449 

Mar. 20, 1936. Mountain 



music, by Gunard Hjertstedt. © 1 

c. Apr. 18, 1936 ; D 42129 ; Campana 

sales co., Batavia, 111. 2450 

Mar. 27, 1936. Wings for the 



living, by James Prindle, III. © 1 
c. Apr. 15, 1936 ; D 42038 ; Campana 
sales co., Batavia, 111. 2451 

Apr. 3, 1936. Misleading 



lady, by Mildred Hark. © 1 c. Apr. 
15, 1936; D 42036; Campana sales 
co., Batavia, 111. 2452 

Apr. 10, 1936. Dear Aunt 



Lulu, by Gunard Hjertstedt. © 1 c. 
Apr. 22, 1936; D 42206; Campana 
sales co., Batavia, 111. 2453 



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no. 4, 1936 



2478 



Apr. 17, 1936. Your time is 

up, by Darrell Ware. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 
1936; D 42277; Campana sales co.. 
Batavia, 111. 2454 

Fiston ; comedie en 4 actes, de A. Bira- 
beau. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1936 ; D 42272 ; 
Andre Birabeau, Yaucresson, France. 

2455 

Flatterer (The) ; a charming play of 
rural people, by Leroy Lee. Raleigh, 
N. 0. [15)301 68 p. 8vo. © Mar. 
20, 1936; 2 c. Apr. 11; D 41969; 
Eaddy & Eaddy, Kaleigh, N. C. 2456 

Flight (The) to Chicago. -See City 
desk. 

Fly-by-night (The) ; a comedy in 3 
acts, bv Helen and Robert W. Sned- 
don. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1936 ; D 41899 ; 
Helen Francis Sneddon and Robert 
William Sneddon, New York. 2457 

Following the Easter cross ; a pagaent 
[sic] drama of Passion week, by 
Alice Wallace Wonders. [1936] 16 
numb. 1. 4to. © Mar. 18, 1936 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 30; D 42054; Alice Wallace 
Wonders, Warren, O. 2458 

Fontaines (Les) lumineuses ; comedie 
en 3 actes [par] Georges Berr et 
Louis Verneuil [pseud, of Louis Col- 
lin Du Boccage] [Paris] 1936. 38, 
[3] p. illus. 4to. ( [La Petite illus- 
tration, no. 760] ) © Feb. 15, 1936; 
1 c. Apr. 18 ; D 42264 ; Georges Berr 
and Louis Collin Du Boccage, Paris. 

2459 

For the people ; a comedy in 4 acts, by 
O. Leonard, from the Rumanian. © 
1 c. Apr. 4, 1936; D 41886; Oscar 
Leonard, Harmon, N. Y. 2460 

Fountain (The) of youth; or, Ponce 
de Leon's dream, a ballet fantasy, 
by C. W. Drepperd. (Early Ameri- 
can prints) © 1 c. Mar. 25. 1936; 
D 41999; Carl W. Drepperd, Wash- 
ington. 2461 

Fresh paint ; a comedy in 3 acts, by D. 
Ross and E. Dorsay. © 1 c. Mar. 
31, 1936; D 41724; Duncan Ross and 
Edmund Dorsay, New York. 2462 

Friends to the end ; a play in 3 acts, 
by F. O'Hara. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1936 ; 
D 41822; Fiske O'Hara, New York. 

2463 

Fritzi ; a musical play in 3 acts, book 
by Sydney Blow and Edward Royce, 
lyrics by Arthur Stanley, music by 
Carl Tucker. Text. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1936; D 41997; Comus productions, 
ltd.. London. 2464 



From African waif to American poet; 
drama in 4 acts, by Lue Swarz 
[pseud, of L. H. Schwartz] © 1 c. 
Mar. 9, 1936; D 41738; Lucile H. 
Schwartz, St. Louis. 2465 

From nine to nine; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by N. Brant, from the novel, by Leo 
Perutz. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1936; D 
42209 ; Neil Brant, New York. 2466 

From that day on ; a play in 3 acts, by 
S. F. Davie. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 1936'; D 
41720; Stanley F. Davie, Piedmont, 
Calif. 2467 

Funeral money ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
G. Salvatore and J. La Gattuta. © 
1 c. Mar. 25, 1936 ; D 41761 ; George 
Salvatore, Astoria, L. I., N. Y., and 
Joseph La Gattuta, New York. 2468 

Funnies (The) ; a play in 2 acts, with 
epilogue by J. Held, jr. © 1 c. 
Apr. 7, 1936 ; D 41846 ; John Held, jr., 
New Orleans. 2469 

Fussy about things ; a revue sketch, by 
C. H. Barclay. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1936 ; 
D 42067; Carleton Henry Barclay, 
New York. 2470 

Galahad Jones; a farce-comedy of 
youth, in 3 acts, by B. Loving. © 
1 c. Apr. 2, 1936; D 41749; Boyce 
Loving, Richmond. 2471 

Gang busters; a radio broadcast pro- 
gram, by Benton & Bowles, inc. Apr. 

I, 1&36. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1936; D 
41785; Benton & Bowles, inc., New 
York. 2472 

Apr. 8, 1936. © 1 c. Apr. 

II, 1936 ; D 41973 ; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 2473 

Apr. 15, 1936. © 1 c. Apr. 



18, 1936 ; D 42132 ; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 2474 

Apr. 22, 1936. © 1 c. Apr. 



28, 1936 ; D 42297 ; Benton & Bowles. 
inc., New York. 2475 

Garden (The) wedding; a play in 3 
acts, by Ester K. Morris [pseud, of E. 
Cohen] © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1936; D 
41123; Estella Cohen, Brooklyn. 

2476 

Gateway to Hollywood ; by P. G. Smith. 
© 1 c. Apr. 10, 1986 ; D 41913 ; Paul 
Gerard Smith, Hollywood, Calif. 

2477 

Generous (The) gesture. See Story 
(The) of Destiny. 

Genevieve and Lucille ; script no. 26, 
by W. W. Ginn. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1936 ; 
D 41826 ; Wells W. Ginn, Cincinnati. 

2478 



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'2479 



pt. i, v. 9 



Genius over Broadway ; a play in 3 
acts, by W. Shiffrin and H. I. Kap- 
lan, in collaboration with P. W. Tell. 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1936 ; D. 42058 ; Will- 
iam Shinrin, Beverly Hills, Calif., 
Harriet I. Kaplan, Brooklyn, and 
Pincus W. Tell, Hollywood, Calif. 

2479 

■Ghosts in the castle. See Second (A) 
collection of boys' plays. 

-Girlhood (The) of a queen (Madchen- 
jahre einer konigin) ; a play in 3 
acts, by Sil Vara, translated by R. M. 
Copping. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1936; D 
41777; Rosalind Mia Copping, New 
York. 2480 

Girls will be boys ; a farce-comedy in 3 
acts, by Edwin Scribner. Chicago 
[1936] 105 p. diagr. 12mo. ( [Den- 
ison's red letter series] ) © Apr. 11, 
1936; 2 c. Apr. 15; D 42031; T. S. 
Denison & co., Chicago. 2481 

Girouettes (Les) ; comedie en 1 acte, de 
Ch. L. Pothier et Mercedes Baudoin. 
Paris, Bruxelles, 1935. 15 p. 16mo. 
(Le bon theatre d'aujourd'hui, nou- 
velle collection Salabert © Dec. 30', 
1935; 1 c. Apr. 1, 1936; D 41839; 
Editions Salabert, Paris. 2482 

God Caesar ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Marjorie Price. London, New York 
[etc.] 1935. 24 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
June 1, 1935; 1 c. Apr. 6, 1936; D 
41794 ; Samuel French, New York. 

2483 

God is a gallant foe ; a drama in 3 acts, 
by Sully Lewis [pseud, of C. S. 
Lewis] © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1936; D 
41896 ; Charles Saul Lewis, Brooklyn. 

2484 

Gods (The) take away; a tragedy in 
4 acts, by De Guary [i. e. B. De 
Guary] © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1936; D 
41755 ; Babette De Guary, New York. 

2485 

Gold (The) madonna ; a play in 3 acts, 
by I. Anderson. © 1 c. Jan. 2,5, 1936 ; 
D 42289 ; Isabel Anderson, Brookline, 
Mass. 2486 

Golden fiddles ; a play in 3 acts, with a 
prologue and epilogue, by Roger A. 
Derby. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1936; D 
41820; Roger Alden Derby, New 
York. 2487 

Golden wedding ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
F. Gabrielson and D. Lesan. © 1 c. 
Apr. 15, 1936 ; D 42326 ; David Lesan 
and Frank Gabrielson, New York. 

2488 



a musical drama in 5 acts, by 

Celeste Schumann [pseud, of A. L. 
Tippett] Rev. version. Text. © 
1 c. Mar. 23, 1936; D 41910; Anna 
Laura Tippett, St. Louis. [Copy- 
right is claimed on revision] 2489 

Goose's (The) sauce; a comedy in 1 
act, by Madge Macbeth. London, 
New York [etc.] [1935] 20 p. 
12mo. © Apr. 18, 1935; 1 c. Apr. 
6, 1936; D 41796; Samuel French, 
New York. 2490 

Grand (Le) sympathique ; comedie en 
3 actes, par Francelois [pseud, of F. 
J. B. Jacquot] © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1936; 
D 41856; Francois Jean Baptiste 
Jacquot, Paris. 2491 

Granite fires ; a drama in 3 acts, by G. 
Bryant. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1936; D 
41787; George Bryant, Detroit. 

2492 

Great lady ; a comedy romance in 10 
scenes, by E. Hopkins. © 1 c. Apr. 
27, 1936; D 42283; Edwin Hopkins, 
New York. 2493 

Greatest ( The ) man in the world. See 
Skyrocket. 

Green (The) Hornet; by Francis 
Striker, nos. A-17, A-18. © 1 c. 
each Apr. 3, 1936; D 41766, 41767; 
Kunsky-Trendle broadcasting corp., 
Detroit. 2494,- 2495 

■ nos. A-19, A-20. © 1 c. 

each Apr. 13, 1936; D 41976, 41977; 
Kunsky-Trendle broadcasting corp., 
Detroit. 2496, 2497 

nos. A-21, A-22. © 1 c. each 

Apr. 16, 1936; D 42089, 42090; 
Kunsky-Trendle broadcasting corp., 
Detroit. 2498, 2499 

nos. A-23, A-24. © 1 c. each 



Apr. 23, 1936; D 42239, 42240; 
Kunsky-Trendle broadcasting corp., 
Detroit. 2500, 2501 

nos. A-25, A-26. © 1 c each 



Apr. 29, 1936 ; D 42342, 42343 ; Kun- 
sky-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 2502, 2503 

Green things growing; a play in 3 
acts, by R. P. Bramwell. © 1 c. 
Apr. 14, 1936; D 42025; Ruby Phil- 
lips Bramwell, Belleville, Kan. 

2504 

Green (The) turban; by I. Anderson. 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1936 ; D 42291 ; Isabel 
Anderson, Brookline, Mass. 2505 

Grief goes over. See Famous plays of 
1935. 



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no. 4, 1936 



2527 



Guerre (La) de troie n'aura pas lieu; 
piece en 2 actes [par] Jean Girau- 
doux. Paris [1935] 199 p., 3 1. 
12mo. © Dec. 15, 1935; 1 c. Apr. 
18, 1936; D 42262; Editions Bernard 
Grasset, Paris. 2506 

Gummed up ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
A. Leiber. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1936; D 
41765; Allen Leiber, Chicago. 2507 

Hail and farewell ; a play in 3 acts, by 
L. Starling. © 1 c. Apr. 6. 1936; 
D 42154; Lynn Starling, Hollywood, 
Calif. 2508 

Half hour for lunch; a 1-act safety 
play, by Louis S. Carrabine. © 1 c. 
Apr. 21, 1936; D 42176; Louis Ste- 
phen Carrabine, Cleveland Heights, 
O. . 2509 

Hansel and Grethel ; a dramatization 
of the old fairy tale, by Margaret 
Ann Hubbard. Boston, Mass., Los 
Angeles, Cal. [1936] 81 p. diagrs. 
12mo. ( [Baker's royalty plays] ) 
© Apr. 3. 1936; 2 c. May 1; D 
42331 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

2510 

Happy ending; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
D. C. Gillette. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1936; 
D 41774; Don Carle Gillette, New 
York. 2511 

Happy (A) family; a satirical comedy 
in 3 acts, by B. De Guary. © 1 c. 
Apr. 10, 1936; D 41955; Babette De 
Guary, New York. 2512 

Happy landing; a modern musical in 
2 acts, book and lyrics by Marianne 
Brown [i. e. M. B. Waters] music 
by Brad Greene [i. e. Bradford Har- 
rison Greene] © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1936 ; 
D 39066; Marianne Brown Waters, 
Boston. 2513 

Haunted (The) house. See City desk. 

Have you had your operation? a farce 
in 1 act, by Mae Howley Barry. 
Chicago [1936] 24 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Apr. 14, 1936; 2 c. Apr. 17; D 
42073 ; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 

2514 

He wouldn't marry the girl. See First 
nighter. 

Heads it is ; a 1-act play, by Ted Con- 
nelly, jr. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1936; D 
42077; Ted Connelly, jr., Chicago. 

2515 

Heidi ; a play in 3 acts, by M. A. 

Foley, from the story by Johanna 

Spyri. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1936; D 

41889; Marie Agnes Foley, Chicago. 

2516 



Her first date ; a 1-act play for junior 
high school, by Pat O'Malley John- 
ston. Dayton, O., Paine publishing 
company [1936] 18 p. 12mo. (Panic's 
popular plays) © Apr. 3, 1936; 2 c. 
Apr. 6; D 41807; Lurten M. Paine, 
Dayton, O. 2517 

Her tin hero ; a 1-act comedy, by 
Maxine Graham. Dayton, O., Paine 
publishing company [1936] 16 p. 
12mo. (Paine's popular plays) © 
Apr. 3, 1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 6 ; D 41805 ; 
Lurten M. Paine, Dayton, O. 2518 

Here we go 'round ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Ii. Oberbeck. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1936; D 41760; Rita Oberbeck, St. 
Louis. ' 2519 

Hero and King of Jews; a play in 6 
acts, by A. Springer. © 1 c. Mar. 
27, 1936; D 41904; Agnes Springer, 
Battle Creek, Mich. 2520 

Herz in maske ; operette in 3 akten, 
von Hermann F'alk u. Christof 
Schulz-Gellen, musik von Johannes 
Fritzsche, bearbeitung und einrich- 
tung Karl Hans Jaeger. Text. © 

1 c. Apr. 15, 1936; D 42140; Thalia 
verlag, Leipzig. 2521 

Hideout. See Death Valley days. 

Hillbilly courtship ; a farce in 3 acts, 
by Austin Goetz. Chicago [1936] 
117 p. diagr. 12mo. ( [Denison's 
red letter series] ) © Apr. 13, 1936 ; 

2 c. Apr. 16 ; D 42049 ; T. S. Denison 
& co., Chicago. 2522 

Hinkemann. See Seven plays. 

His brother's keeper ; a comedy in 4 
acts, by J. H. Wilson. © 1 c. Apr. 
15, 1936 ; D 42072 ; John H. Wilson, 
Jamaica Plain, Mass. 2523 

His soul goes marching on ; a play in 
6 scenes, by E. Pomeroy. © 1 c. 
Jan. 25, 1936; D 42287; Eleanor 
Pomeroy, Boston. 2524 

Hitting or missing ; by D. Dockstader. 
© 1 c. Apr. 18, 1936; D 42131; 
Dorothy Dockstader, Evanston, 111. 

2525 

Ho-Dan-Zo ; or, The leaping sword, a 
play in 3 acts, with prologue and 
epilogue, by P. Wheeler and J. 
Golden. © 1 c. Apr. 10. 1936; D 
41956; John Golden, New York, and 
Post Wheeler, Hollywood, Calif. 

2526 

Hollisters (The) ; episodes 11-20, by 
L. D. Hollister. © 1 c. each Apr. 
1, 1936; D 41711; Len D. Hollister, 
New York. 2527 



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2528 



pt. i, v. 9 



Hollywood Cinderella ; episode 1, a 
radio dramatization, by Don Mase- 
field Easton. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1936; 
D 41726 ; Walter Phipps Clay, Pasa- 
dena, and Don Maseneld Easton, Los 
Angeles. 2528 

Home sweet home ; chapters 221-245, by 
Archie Coates. © 1 c. each Apr. 6, 
1936 ; D 41829 ; Procter & Gamble co., 
Cincinnati. 2529 

Homme (L') dans l'ombre ; piece en 3 
actes et un prologue, par M. Leblanc 
et P. L. Palau. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1936 ; 
D 42016; Maurice Leblanc, Paris, 
and Pierre L. Palau, Neuilly, Seine, 
France. 2530' 

Hoppla ! Such is life ! See Seven 
plays. 

Hospital ; by C. S. Gillam. © 1 c. Mar. 
4, 1936; D 41905; Cornelia Stabler 
Gijlam, Buck Hill Falls, Pa. 2531 

House (The) of David; a comedy in 
3 acts, by O. Shafter. © 1 c. Apr. 
8, 1936 ; D 41875 ; Otto Shafter, New 
York. 2532 

Housewarming ; program no. 1, a radio 
script, by L. D. Hollister. © 1 c. 
Apr. 24, 1936 ; D 42233 ; Len D. Hol- 
lister, New York. 2533 

See also, Death Valley days. 

Houston; a play based on the life of 
Sam Houston, in 2 acts, by A. Vees. 
© 1 c. Apr. 6, 1936 ; D 41816 ; Albert 
Vees, New York. 2534 

How to woo a woman ; a marionette 
show in 4 scenes, by F. C. Springer. 
© 1 c. Apr. 16, 1986; D 42060; 
Florence Crocker Springer, Phila- 
delphia. 2535 

Human torches ; a social drama in 4 
acts, by T. Florentino. © 1 c. Mar. 
26, 1986: D 41882; Tiberius Floren- 
tino, Boston. 2536 

Hymns of all churches ; a radio musi- 
cal presentation, by J. Ralph Corbett. 
Text. Dec. 7, 1985. © 1 c. Dec. 
14, 1935 ; D 42098 ; J. Ralph Corbett, 
inc., Cincinnati. 2587 

Dec. 14, 1985. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 

1935 ; D 42126 ; J. Ralph Corbett, inc., 
Cincinnati. 2538 

Dec. 21, 1935. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 



1935 ; D 42106 ; J. Ralph Corbett, inc., 
Cincinnati. 2539 

Dec. 28, 1985. © 1 c. Jan. 



9, 1986; D 42112; J. Ralph Corbett, 
inc., Cincinnati. 2540 



Jan. 4, 1936. © 1 c. Jan. 

9, 1986; D 42107; J. Ralph Corbett, 

inc., Cincinnati. 2541 

Jan. 11, 1936. © 1 c. Jan. 

22, 1936 ; D 42114 ; J. Ralph Corbett, 
inc., Cincinnati. 2542 

Jan. 18, 1936. © 1 c. Jan. 

24, 1936 ; D 42118 ; J. Ralph Corbett, 
inc., Cincinnati. 2543 

Jan. 25, 1936. © 1 c. Jan. 



29, 1936 ; D 42119 ; J. Ralph Corbett, 
inc., Cincinnati. 2544 

Mar. 7, 1936. © 1 c. Mar. 



23, 1936 ; D 42125 ; J. Ralph Corbett, 
inc., Cincinnati. 2545 

Idiot's delight ; by Robert Emmet Sher- 
wood. New York, Charles Scribner's 
sons ; London, Charles Scribner's 
sons, ltd., 1936. viii p., 2 1., 3-190 p. 
12mo. © Apr. 3, 1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 8 ; 
D 42052; Robert Emmet Sherwood, 
New York. 2546 

Impromptu ( L' ) de Paris ; a-propos en 
1 acte [par] Jean Sarment [pseud, of 
Jean Bellemere] (In La Petite illus- 
tration, no. 379) © Dec. 21, 1935; 
1 c. Feb. 20, 1936; D 42167; Jean 
Bellemere, Paris. 2547 

In at two ; a farce-comedy in 9 scenes, 
by H. Hirschman. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 
1936 ; D 42137 ; Herbert Hirschman, 
New York. 2548 

In heisser asche . . . ; drama in 10 
bildern, von Fritz Zentgraf. © 1 c. 
Feb. 24, 1936; D 41207; Gustav 
Griindig, Berlin. 2549 

In Studio D ; a 3-act play, by J. G. 

Perkins. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1936; D 

41823; Josephine Gilbert Perkins, 

South Weymouth, Mass. 2550 

In the suds ; translated into English 
verse, by Barnard and Rose Hewitt, 
from the medieval French, Farce de 
la cuvier. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1936; D 
42162; Barnard Hewitt and Rose 
Hewitt, Missoula, Mont. 2551 

Including the Scandinavian ; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by John Harris. © 1 c. 
Apr. 17, 1936 ; D 42275 ; John Radell 
Harris, Tuscon, Ariz. 2552 

Indian (An) cameo; an original story 
in 3 acts and pageant, by N. Strong- 
heart. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1936; D 
42296 ; Nipo Strongheart, Hollywood, 
Calif. 2553 

Installation (The) luncheon; a skit, by 
Edith Mason. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1936; 
D 42219 ; Edith Rowe, San Francisco. 

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2599 



Investment (An) that paid. See 
Bright hour sketches. 

Island of the moon ; a play in 2 scenes, 
by I. Anderson. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1986 ; 
D 42288 ; Isabel Anderson, Brookline, 
Mass. 2555 

It could happen in Washington ; a 1-act 
plav, by C. J. Mavwood [pseud, of 
M. M. Park] © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1936; 
I) 41863; Maud M. Park. Portland, 
Me. 2556 

It's a privilege ; a revue sketch, by C. 
H. Barclay. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1936; 
D 42066; Carleton Henry Barclay, 
New York. 2557 

It is time ; a peace play in 1 act, by 
Elma Ehrlich Levinger. Boston, 
Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. [1936] 31 
p. 12 mo. © Mar. 27, 1936; 2 o. 
Apr. 2; D 41697; Walter H. Baker 
co.. Boston. 2558 

Jerry writes a play. See Second (A) 
collection of boys' plays. 

Jibbee Jenkins; first series, broadcasts 
nos. 1-13, by E. E. La Fontaine. © 
1 c. each Apr. 8, 1936; D 41872; 
Edgar E. La Fontaine, New York. 

2559 

Jim Barber's spite fence ; a comedy in 
1 act, by Lillian Beynon Thomas. 
London, New York [etc.] 1935. 32 
p. 12mo. © Apr. 23, 1935 ; 1 c. Apr. 
6. 1936; D 41798; Samuel French, 
New York. 2560 

Jingles and ragtime. See Second (A) 
collection of boys' plays. 

Johnson (The) family; Feb. 19, Mar. 
12, 1936, a radio serial script, by 
Jimmy Scribner. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 
Mar. 23, 1936; D 42122, 42123; J. 
Ralph Corbett, inc., Cincinnati. 

2561, 2562 

Joke's (The) on dady [sic] ; a 1-act 
play, by V. Burroughs. © 1 c. Apr. 
27, 1936; D 42279; Victoria Bur- 
roughs, White Plains, N. Y. 2563 

Journal of the air ; or, World news and 
strange events, Mar. 20, 1936, by F. 
P. Wright. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 1936; 
D 41998 ; Frank Parke Wright, San 
Francisco. 2564 

Juice ; a play in 8 scenes, by Russell 
Pine [i. e. W. R. Pine] and Clarence 
Kavanangh. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1936; 
D 42348 : William Russell Pine, Lafce- 
wood, O. 2565 

Junior (The) G men of America ; a 
dramatic composition adapted to 
presentation by radio, by Bradford 



G. Hathaway, pt. 1. © 1 c. Mar. 
16, 1936; D 41733; Bradford G. 
Hathaway, inc., Newark, N. J. 2566 

Mar. 9^-13, 1936. © 1 c. each 

Apr. 10, 1936 ; D 41950-41954 ; Brad- 
ford G. Hathaway, inc., Newark, 
N. J. 2567-2571 

Mar. 16-20, 23-27, 30, 31, 

Apr. 1-3, 1936. © 1 c. each Apr. 22, 
1#36; D 42184-42198; Bradford G. 
Hathaway, inc., Newark, N. J. 

2575-2586 

— Apr. 6-10, 1936. © 1 c. each 



Apr. 24, 1936 ; D 42228-42232 ; Brad- 
ford G. Hathaway, Inc., Newark, 
N. J. 2587-2591 

Junkman ; a drama in 1 act, by J. B. 
Williams, © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1936; D 
42001 ; Jesse Burk Williams, Day- 
ton, O. 2592 

Kek (A) szallag (A kaloz) ; operett 3 
felvonasban, 8 kepben, irtak Martos 
Ferenc [i. e. Ferenc Martos] es 
Szilagyi Laszlo [i. e. Laszlo Szilagyi] 
music composed by Szirmai Albert 
[i. e. Albert Szirmai]. Text. © 1 c. 
Mar. 13, 1936; D 41901; Alexander 
Marton, Budapest, Hungary. 2593 

Kickapoo (The) run. See Death Val- 
ley days. 

King Philip; a play in 4 acts, by A. 
Lopatin. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1936; D 
42026 ; Abe Lopatin, Chicago. 2594 

King Richard III (William Shake- 
spere's tragedy) ; a tabloid version 
for college actors, in 4 acts, with pro- 
logue and epilogue, modernized text 
and scheme of production, by I. J. 
Semper. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1936; D 
41818 ; Isidore Joseph Semper, Du- 
buque, la. 2595 

King's (The) breakfast; a play in 3 
acts, by R. Weiman and M. Marks. 
Revised version. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1936 ; 
D 41752 ; Rita Weiman and Maurice 
Marks, New York. 2596 

Kiss (The) and the queue; a play in 4 
scenes, by I. Anderson. © 1 c. Jan. 
25, 1936 ; D 42286 ; Isabel Anderson, 
Brookline, Mass. 2597 

Kneel to the rising sun ; a play in 2 
acts, by P. Martin, based on Erskine 
Caldwell's story. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 
1936; D 42302; Peter Martin, New 
York. 2598 

Knights of Harmony Hollow ; episodes 
1-7. a radio story in episode form, by 
Harold B. Dow. © 1 c. each Apr. 15, 
1936; D 42045; Harold Blanchard 
Dow, Westport, Conn. 2590 



69136—36- 



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2600 



pt. i, v. 9 



Kosakenbraut (Die) ; operette in 3 
akten, von Kurt Reich und Eduard 
Rogati, gesangstexte von Hanns 
Dekner, musik von Eduard Czajanek. 
Regiebuch. Text. © 1 e. Mar. 3, 
1936 ; D 41210 ; Allegro tbeaterverlag, 
g. m. b. h., Berlin. 2600 

Krazi-inventions ; by J. Lowell. © 1 c. 
Apr. 22, 1936 ; D 42207 ; Juliet Lowell, 
Scarsdale, N. Y. 2601 

La Meanie ; a comedy in 3 acts, by J. 
Gilbert. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1936; D 
42065; Judson Gilbert, Cairo, 111. 

2602 

Larghetto; by M. Sann. © 1 c. Apr. 
15, 1986 ; D 42210 ; Mendel Sann, New 
York. 2603 

Laughter in Kentucky ; a play in 1 act, 
by L. B. Wallace. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 
1936 ; D 42280 ; Lew Barrington Wal- 
lace, Sharon Center, O. 2604 

Leaping (The) sword. See Ho-Dan- 
zo. 

Legion (The) of honor. See Cafe 
(The) of the Red Dagger. 

Lesson (The) in Shakespeare; by C. S. 
Gillam. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1936; D 
41908 ; Cornelia Stabler Gillam, Buck 
Hill Falls, Pa. 2605 

Let him eat fire! a farce in 1 act, by 
John C. Gerber. Chicago [1936] 
32 p. diagr. 12mo. © Apr. 14, 1936 ; 
2 c. Apr. 17 ; D 42074 ; Dramatic pub. 
co., Chicago. 2606 

Let's go to Texas; 1-act centennial 
plays, by Frankie Guthrie. San An- 
tonio, Tex., 1936. 4 p. 1., 3-42 p. 
8vo. Contents. — Let's all go to 
Texas. — Texas, here we come. — 
Texas ranger. — Did you call me? — ■ 
Texas was mine. — Old teacher. © 
Apr. 29, 1936; 2 c. and aff. May 4; 
AA 203468 ; Naylor co., San Antonio. 

2607 

Liberator (The) ; a play in prologue, 
20 scenes, and epilogue, by H. E. Mil- 
ler. Rev. version. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 
1936; D 42028; Howard Edward 
Miller, New York. 2608 

Liberty — five cents ; a play in 3 acts, by 
G. A. Makaroff. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1936 ; 
D 41775 ; George Alexander Maka- 
roff, New York. 2609 

Life of a lady ; a play by Richard Al- 
dington and Derek Patmore. Garden 
City, N. Y., 1936. 5 p. 1., 3-98 p. 
12mo. © Apr. 3, 1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 7 ; 
D 41962; Doubleday, Doran & co., 
inc., Garden City, N. Y. 2610 



Life (The) of Mary Sothern ; by Don 
Becker. scripts nos. 372-378. 
Scripts nos. 372-375, © 1 c. Apr. 1, 
1936; Scripts no. 376-378, © 1 c. 
Apr. 3; D 41849-41855; Crosley 
radio corp., Cincinnati. 2611-2617 



no. 379^389. 



© 1 c. each Apr. 
D 42141^2151; 



13, 16, 17, 1936; 

Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

2618-2628 

Little angels; a comedy, by O. Hearn. 
© 1 c. Apr. 14, 1936 ; D 42024 ; Olive 
Hearn, Hudson, N. Y. 2629 

Little black Sambo; an operetta for 
children, in 3 short acts, book and 
music, by Henry P. Cross. New 
York, J. Fischer & bro. ; Liverpool, 
England, Rushworth & Dreaper, ltd. 
[1936] 2 p. 1., 53 p. 4to. © Apr. 8, 
1936; 2 c. Feb. 14; D 39065; J. 
Fischer & bros., New York. 2630 

Little black Sambo ; by Margaret Ann 
Hubbard. Boston, Mass., Los Ange- 
les, Cal. [1936] 31 p. diagrs. 
12mo. ([Baker's royalty plays]) 
Contains music. © Mar. 20, 1936; 

2 c. Apr. 2; D 41705; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 2631 

Little (The) dog laughed ; a comedy in 

3 acts, by Ross Callaway [i. e. H. R. 
Callaway] © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1936 ; D 
41948; H. Ross Callaway, New York. 

2632 

Little (A) knowledge ; a farce in 3 
acts, by R. L. Buckner. © 1 c. Apr. 
16, 1936 ; D 42152 ; Robert L. Buck- 
ner, New York. 2633 

Little women; episode no. 1, Louisa 
M. Alcott's famous story dramatized 
for radio, by M. Thompson and D. 
Day. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1936 ; D 41763 ; 
Mary Thompson and Dorothy Day, 
Chicago. 2634 

Living flowers. See Orator and Cu- 
pid's flower. 

Lo, I am with you always ; a dramati- 
zation of the crucifixion of our Lord, 
arranged for radio presentation, by 
E. R. Akins and A. M. Gallond. © 
1 c. Apr. 13, 1936 ; D 41985 ; Ellis R. 
Akins and Alice M. Gallond, Water- 
bury, Conn. 2635 

Lone (The) Ranger; by Francis 
Striker, no. A-104. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 
1936; D 41770; Lone Ranger, inc., 
Detroit. 2630 

no# A-105. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 

1936; D 41978; Lone Ranger, inc., 
Detroit. 2637 



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no. 4, 1936 



2664 



no. A-106. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 

1936; D 42091; Lone Ranger, inc., 
Detroit. 2638 

nos. A-107-A-109. © 1 c. 



each Apr. 23, 1936; D 42236-42238 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

2639-2641 

nos. A-110-A-112. © 1 c. 



each Apr. 29, 1936 ; D 42344-42346 : 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

2642-2644 

Lost actress ; a mystery comedy in 2 
acts, by Rollin A. Baker. © 1 c. 
Apr. 2, 1936; D 41750; New England 
players, Taunton, Mass. 2645 

Lost (The) duchess; anonymous, 
adapted by W. E. Harris. © 1 c. 
Apr. 11, 1936; D 41986; William 
Elder Harris, Cambridge, Mass. 

2646 

Love (The) expert; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Elnora Olmstead. Raleigh, 
N. C. [1936] 72 p. 8vo. © Apr. 2, 
1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 11 ; D 41967 ; Eaddy 
& Eaddy, Raleigh, N. C. 2647 

Loved ones ; a play in 4 acts, by War- 
ren Coleman. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1936; 
D 41995; Warren Rich Coleman, New 
York. 2648 

Loves of de battle-ax preacher ; a play 
in 6 acts, by Lue Swarz [pseud, of 
L. H. Schwartz] © 1 c. Mar. 9, 
1936 ; D 41736 ; Lucile H. Schwartz, 
St. Louis. 2649 

Loves (The) of Mary Jordan; a tragic 
comedy in 4 acts, by John Joseph 
Condell [pseud, of T. Florentino] 
© 1 c. Mar. 26, 1936; D 41884; Ti- 
berius Florentino, Boston. 2650 

Loves (The) of Satan; a comedy in 4 
acts, by T. Florentino. © 1 c. Mar. 
26, 1936 ; D 41883 ; Tiberius Floren- 
tino, Boston. 2651 

Love's sweet song. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Lucky ; a play in 3 acts, by F. Ballard. 
© 1 c. Apr. 17 1936; D 42097 ; Fred 
Ballard, New York. 2652 

Lucky in love. See Behind the eight 
ball. 

Lucky (The) toothache. See Second 
(A) collection of boys' plays. 

Macbeth ; in 2 acts, by William Shakes- 
peare, adapted by O. Welles. © 1 c. 
Apr. 7, 1936 ; D 41845 ; Orson Welles, 
New York. 2653 

Machine wreckers. See Seven plays. 



Madam Verite at Bath; a comedy in 1 
act, by George Alfred Palmer. Lon- 
don, New York [etc.] 1935: 24 p. 
12mo. © Apr. 22, 1935 ; 1 c. Apr. 6, 
1936 ; D 41797 ; Samuel French, New 
York. 2654 

Madame Tallien ; an original play in 2 
acts, by C. Andrews. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 
1936; D 41722; Charlton Andrews, 
New York. 2655 

Made in heaven; a play in 2 acts, by 
Mildred E. Danforth and K. Chris- 
tianson. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1936; D 
41709 ; Mildred Danforth and Karen 
Christianson, Withersfield, Conn. 

2656 

Madchenjahre einer konigin. See Girl- 
hood of a queen. 

Maid (A) and her mistress ; by I. W. 
Henderson. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1936 ; D 
41783; Isadore W. Henderson New 
York. 2657 

Makakoa ; a drama on an Hawaiian 
tabu, in 3 acts, by A. L. Van Houtte. 
© 1 c. Apr. 13, 1936 ; D 42000 ; Albert 
Leon Van Houtte, Carinel, Calif. 

2658 

Make-believe ; a trifling affair in 1 act, 
by L. Byre. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 1936 ; D 
41707; Leah Byre, Neuilly-sur-Seine, 
France. 2659 

Mamzelle Chiffon; aventure musicale 
en 3 actes, de L. Xanrof et Jean 
Blottiere. Lyriques de Xanrof, musi- 
que de Joseph Canteloube. Text. 
© 1 c. Apr. 3, 1936 ; D 41857 ; Leon 
Xanrof, Paris. 2660 

Man (A) condemned; an historical re- 
ligious drama in 4 acts, by Leslie 
James Fitzsimmons. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 
1936; D 42180; Leslie J. Fitzsim- 
mons, Newark. 2661 

Man on the dock ; a play in 3 acts, by 
H. Ephron and S. Rosenberg. © 1 c. 
Mar. 13, 1936; D 41756; Henry 
Ephron and Sam Rosenberg, New 
York. 2662 

Managing mother ; a 1-act comedy, by 
Marion Short. Chicago [1936] 30 p. 
12mo. ( [Denison's one-act plays] ) 
© Apr. 11, 1936; 2 c. Apr. 15; D 
42034 ; T. S. Denison & co., Chicago. 

2663 

Many happy returns ; by Joseph A. 
Schad. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1936; D 
42204; Joseph Anthony Schad, Ems- 
worth, Pa. 2664 



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2665 



pt. i, v. & 



Many mansions ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by B. Hobbs and Florence Crozier. 
© 1 c. Apr. 9, 1936; D 42325; Bert- 
ram Hobbs, White Plains, N. Y. 

2665 

Margot ; piece en 2! actes et 13 tableaux 
[par] Edouard Bourdet. [Paris] 
1936. 39, [1] p. ilius. 4to. (La 
Petite illustration, no. 755) © Jan. 
11, 1936; 1 c. Apr. 3; D 41835; 
Edouard Bourdet, Paris. 2666 

Mari (Un) sur mesure ; comedie en 1 
acte, en prose [par] Maxime-Lery 
[pseud, of Maxime Levy] et Guy 
d'Abzac. {In La Petite illustration, 
no. 379) © Dec. 21, 1935; 1 c. Feb. 
20, 1936 ; D 42169 : Maxime Levy and 
Guy d'Abzac, Paris. 2667 

Mary Baker Eddy. See Seven plays. 

Mary's little lamb ; a riotous farce in 
3 acts, by Wilbur Braun. Dayton, 
O., Paine publishing company [1936] 
126 p. 12mo. (Paine's ace-high 
plays) © Apr. 3, 1936; 2 c. Apr. 6; 
D 41806; Lurten M. Paine, Dayton, 
O. 2668 

Mask (The) of virtue. See Famous 
plays of 1985. 

Masses and man. See Seven plays. 

Master Harry ; a comedy of English 
suburban life in 1 act, by H. D. 
Jones. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1936; D 
42201 ; Horatio D. Jones, Mt. Vernon, 
N. Y. 2669 

Me and the hangman; a play for 
capitalists, in 4 acts, by Frederic W. 
Ritchie. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1936; D 
42128 ; Frederic William Ritchie, San 
Francisco. 2670 

Meeting (A) was held; by Edith 
Mason. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1936; D 
42278; Edith Rowe, San Francisco. 

2671 

Midnight (The) clear; a Christinas 
play in 1 act, by Dorothy C. Allan. 
Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. 
[1936] 21 p. 12mo. © Mar. 27, 
1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 2 ; D 41703 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 2672 

Midnight flood ; a play in 1 act, by 
Nora Ratcliff. London, H. F. W. 
Deane & sons, The Year book press, 
ltd. [1936] 17 p. diagr. 12mo. 
(The Year book press series of 
plays) © Mar. 19, 1936; 1 c. Mar. 
30: D 41981; Nora Ratcliff, Brad- 
field, Sheffield, England. 2673 



Midsummer night ; a play in 3 acts, 
by A. Scott. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 1936; 
D 41723 ; Allan Scott, New York. 

2674 

Mighty oaks ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Frances Welch. © 1 c. Apr. 10,. 
1936; D 41960; Frances Davenport 
Welch, Manhasset, L. I., N. Y. 

2675 

Milkman's (The) dream. See While 
the city sleeps. 

Millionarin (Die) ; eine turbulente 
kombdie in 4 akten, von Bernard 
Shaw, deutsch von Siegfried Tre- 
bitsch. Berlin [1935] 3 p. L, 9-95, 
[1] p. 12mo. © Dec. 19, 1935 ; 1 c. 
Apr. 20, 1936; D 42261; S. Fischer 
verlag, a. g., Berlin. 2676 

Misleading lady. See First nighter. 

Mr. Lockinvar ; a play in 3 acts, with 
prologue, by Merton Hodge [pseud, 
of H. E. Hodge] and D. Montgomery. 
© 1 c. Apr. 18, 1936; D 42133; 
Horace Emerton Hodge and Doug- 
lass Montgomery, London. 2677 

Moi, le mari ; comedie en 3 actes et 
quatre tableaux, de R. Bodet. ©lc. 
Apr. 9, 1986 ; D 42021 ; Robert Bodet, 
Paris. 2678 

Monday night : Utica ; a 3,-act play, by 
Francis Vannais. © 1 c. Mar. 20', 
1936 ; D 41762 ; Francis Alfred Van- 
nais, Hartford. 2679 

Monde (Le) est petit ; conte en 3 actes 
et quatre tableaux, par J. Luchaire. 
© 1 c. Apr. 9', 1936 ; D 42018 ; Julien 
Luchaire, Paris. 2650 

Moon River rancho ; western comedy- 
drama, by Mayme A. Russell. Ral- 
eigh, N. C. [1936] 66 p. diagr. 
8vo. © Mar. 20, 1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 11 ; 
D 41971 ; Eaddy & Eaddy, Raleigh,. 
N. C. 2681 

Mother (The) who went; away; a 
drama in 1 act, by Mae Howley 
Barry. Chicago [1936] 19 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Apr. 17, 1986: 2 c. 
Apr. 27; D 42259; Dramatic pub. co., 
Chicago. 2682 

Mountain music. See First nighter. 

Mud walls : a drama in 1 act, by Hugh 
Moran. Boston, Mass., Los Angeles,. 
Cal. [1936] 19 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Mar. 12, 1936; 2 c. Apr. 2; D 
41702 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

26S3 



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2726 



Murder at dress rehearsal ; a radio 
script, by E. R. Johnstone. © 1 c. 
Apr. 25, 1936 ; D 42254 ; E. R. John- 
stone, New York. 2684 

Murder (The) in the Rue Morgue. See 
Unsolved mysteries. 

Murder party; a play in 3 acts, by 
Falkland L. Cary. [London] The 
Garamond press, ltd., 1935. 52 p. 
8vo. (The Amateur theatre series 
of plays) © Dec. 28, 1935 ; 1 c. Apr. 
2, 1936; D 41780; Falkland L. Cary, 
Harrowgate, England. 2685 

Murderer's (The) face; a radio play, 
translated and adapted by W. Vor- 
denberg, from L'esquisse mysteri- 
euse, a short story by Erckmann- 
Chatrian [i. e. Emile Erckmann and 
Alexandre Chatrian] © 1 c. Apr. 
17, 1936; D 42086; Wesley Vorden- 
berg, Cincinnati. 2686 

Music (The) goes round and round 
(Skit on) ; by R. Halpern. © 1 c. 
Feb. 24, 1936; D 41729; Rose Hal- 
pern, Brooklyn. 2687 

Myrt and Marge; a series of radio 
sketches, by Myrtle Vail, episodes 
nos. 743-760. © 1 c. each Apr. 10, 
1936; D 41914-41931; Wm. Wrigley, 
jr. co., Chicago. 2688-2703 

episodes nos. 761-767. © 

1 c. each Apr. 20, 1936; D 42155- 
42161; Wm. Wrigley, jr. co., Chicago. 

2706-2712 

-Mysteries (The) of the rosary; a 
religious drama in 3 parts, by Ralph 
Mead. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1936 ; D 41815 ; 
Ralph Henry Mead, Merrill, Wis. 

2713 

Mystery (The) of the Marie Celeste. 
See Unsolved mysteries. 

Mystery (The) of the zombie. See 
Unsolved mysteries. 

Napoleon's return from St. Helena ; a 
dramatic composition in 3 acts, by 
Charles Chaplin and John Strachey. 
© 1 c. Apr. 9, 1936 ; D 41894 ; Charles 
Chaplin film corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

2714 

Narrative (The) of the chysanthemum 
review; by H. Scherbak. [1936] 

2 p. 1., 30 numb. 1. 8vo. © Mar. 
30, 1936; 2 c. and aff. Apr. 7: AA 
201617 ; . Hermann Scherbak, New 
York. 2715 

Neapolitan (A) street orchestra of two 
pieces ; a musical comedy in 1 act, 
text and music by S. O. Loredo, lyrics 



by Leonard Armstrong. © 1 c. Apr. 
1, 1936; D 39069; Santiago Olquin 
Loredo, Los Angeles. 2716 

Nema (A) levente ; vigjatek 3 felvo- 
na shan, irta Heltai Jeno [i. e. Jeno 
Heltai] [Budapest] Az athenaeum 
Kiadasa [1936] 166 p. illus. 8vo. 
© Mar. 8, 1936; 1 c. Apr. 10; D 
42004 ; Alexander Marton, Budapest, 
Hungary. 2717 

New (The) year; a play in 3 acts by 
Arthur Wilmurt. © 1 c. Apr.' 18, 
1936 ; D 42130 ; Arthur Ranous Wil- 
murt, New York. 2718 

Night must fall. See Famous plays 
of 1935. 

Ninth (The) crusade-Dr. Hermann 
Biggs ; by J. J. Shapiro. © 1 c. Apr. 
14, 1936; D 42022; Justin Joel Sha- 
piro, Paterson. 2719 

No answer ; a play in 3 acts, by Day 
Tuttle [i. e. F. D. Tuttle] © 1 c. 
Apr. 29, 1936 ; D 42313 ; Frank Day 
Tuttle, New Haven. 2720 

No chaperons in hell; a 3-act play, by 
E. Zittler. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1936; D 
42211 ; Edith Zittler, Chicago. 2721 

Noel (Le) sur la place; ou, Les en- 
fances de Jesus, jeu en 3 parties sur 
les cinq mysteres joyeux du rosaire 
[par] Henri Gheon [pseud, of Henri 
Vangeon] Paris, 1935. 139 p., 1 1. 
12 mo. Les cahiers du theatre 
Chretien. 28) © Dec. 26, 1935; 1 c. 
Apr. 8, 1936; D 42005; Andre Blot, 
Paris. 2722 

North of the Rio Grande ; a play in 3 
acts, by S. G. Behringer. © 1 c. Apr. 
28, 1936; D 42299; Selina Gustavus 
Behringer Concord, Calif. 2723 

Norwegian nights ; an operetta in 3 
acts, based on the life and music of 
Edvard Grieg, book and dialogue by 
Harold M. Augustine, musical adap- 
tations, arrangements, and transla- 
tions, by Arthur E. Ward. New York 
[etc., etc., 1936] 145 p. diagrs. 4to. 
© Mar. 20, 1936; 2 c. Mar. 25; D 
39059; American book co., New 
York. 2724 

Notre dame des songes ; piece en 3 
actes, par S. Gantillon. © 1 c. Apr. 
8, 1936; D 42014; Simon Gantillon, 
Asnieres, Seine, France. 2725 

Notre deesse ; piece en 5 actes [par] 
Albert Du Bois. [Paris, 1936] 30, 
[4] p. illus. 4to. ([La Petite 
illustration, no. 761]) © Feb. 22, 
1936; 1 c. Apr. 9; D 42009; Albert 
Du Bois, Paris. 2726 



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Notturno romantico ; opera in 1 atto e 
due quadri [di] Arturo Rossato, per 
la musica di R. Pick-Mangiagalli. 
Milano [1936] 23 [1] p. 8vo. 
Text. © Feb. 5, 1936 ; 1 c. Feb. 21 ; 
D 42245; A. & G. Carisch & co., 
Milan. 2727 

Novelty Benny ; a dramatico-musical 
composition in 1 act, story, plot, 
words and music, by Benny Samberg 
[i. e. B. Samberg] © 1 c. Apr. 1, 
1936; D 39057; Benjamin Samberg, 
Brooklyn. 2728 

Now I'll tell one; a comedy in 1 act, 
by R. S. Kohn. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1936 ; 
D 42059 ; Rose Simon Kohn, Detroit. 

2729 

Nudism vs prudism ; a 1-act play, by 
C. Stockiing [pseud, of R. D. Clark] 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1936 ; D 40826 ; Rob- 
ert D. Clark, Pasadena. 2730 

Nur kein professor ! lustspiel in 4 
aufzugen, von L. Homrighausen 
[pseud.] © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1936; D 
42267; Gustav Grundig, Berlin. 

2731 

Octoroon (The) by Dion Boucicault, 
adaptation by W. E. Harris. © 1 c. 
Apr. 6, 1936 ; D 41814 ; William Elder 
Harris, Cambridge, Mass. 2732 

Oh, doctor ! a farce comedy in 3 acts, 
by James F. Stone. Boston, Mass., 
Los Angeles, Cal. [1936] 2 p. 1., [3]- 
124 p. diagr. 12mo. ( [Baker's 
royalty plays]) © Mar. 28, 1936; 
2 c. Apr. 2; D 41700; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 2733 

Ohio doom ; a play in 9 scenes, by H. 
Igo. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1936 ; D 42055 ; 
Harold Igo, Yellow Springs, O. 

2734 

One in a million ; by D. Baron. © 1 c. 
Apr. 4, 1936; D 42248; Dorothy 
Baron, Los Angeles. 2735 

O'Neills (The) ; episodes 106-128, by 
Jane West. © 1 c. each Apr, 6, 
1936; D 41830; Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 2736 

Open ( The ) forum ; or, Vox pop, the 
voice of the people, A-l, by E. Long- 
streth. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1936; D 
41730; Edward Longstreth, New 
York. 2737 

Orator (The) and Cupid's flower; a 
new musical comedy, libretto and 
music by E. Gerow. Revised version 
of Living flowers. Text. © 1 c. 
Mar. 11, 1936; D 41757; Emma 



Gerow, White Plains, N. Y. [Copy- 
right is claimed on revised version of 
Living Flowers] 2738 

Oswald answers an ad. See Oswald's 
ups and downs (The Tinker family) 

Oswald's ups and downs (The Tinker 
family) ; Oswald answers an ad, by 
J. M. Anderson. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1936 ; 
D 42298; Jean M. Anderson, Rich- 
mond. 2739 

Other (The) side of glory ; a drama in 
3 acts, about the character of Fred- 
erick, called the Great, of Prussia, 
with music, by R. Smith and R. Mil- 
ton. Text. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1936 ; D 
41741; Rex Smith and Robert Mil- 
ton, New York. 274G 

Our mutual tongue; by C. S. Gillam. 
© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1936; D 41909; 
Cornelia Stabler Gillam, Buck Hill 
Falls, Pa. 2741 

Out of the storm; a drama in 5 acts, 
by H. Schneider. © 1 c. Apr. 2,. 
1936; D 41753; Harry Schneider, 
Detroit. [Copyright is claimed on 
additions and revisions] 2742 

Over my dead body; a play in 3 acts,, 
by F. Oursler and Otis Chatfield- 
Taylor. New version. © 1 c. Apr. 
10, 1936; D 41932; Fulton Oursler, 
W. Falmouth, Mass. 2743 

Version no. 2. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 

1936; D 41710; Fulton Oursler. W. 
Falmouth, Mass. 2744 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins, continuities 
nos. 676 E. T.-697 E. T., by Lee Geb- 
hart. © 1 c. each Apr. 6, 1936; D 
41827; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 2745 

Pacific coast ; a play in 4 acts, by Jim 
Lewis [pseud, of D. L. James] © 
1 c. Apr. 11, 1936 ; D 41975 ; Daniel 
Lewis James, New York. 2746 

Pacific (A) coast tragedy. See Plays 
of the Pacific coast. 

Pagan's progress ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by F. Elkins. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1936 ; 
D 42251 ; Felton Elkins, Santa Bar- 
bara, Calif. 2747 

Papa, behave; a farce in 3 acts, by 
Austin Goetz. Chicago [1936] 116 p. 
diagr. 12mo. ( [Denison's red letter 
series]) © Apr. 13, 1936; 2 c. Apr. 
16; D 42051; T. S. Denison & co., 
Chicago. 274S 

Patches can't hide! a 1-act play with 
prologue, by L. Jordan. © 1 c. Apr. 
30, 1936; D 42347; Lee Jordan, New 
York. 2749 



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2768 



Pattern for tragedy ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Sylvester Briant [pseud, of 
G. Bryant] © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1936; 
D 41789 ; George Bryant, Detroit. 

2750 

Pea soup ; a comedy melodrama in 3 
acts, bv G. Terwilliger and C. John- 
stone. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1936; D 
4l*_'20; George Terwilliger and Cal- 
der Johnstone, Brooklyn. 2751 

Peons (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by P. 
Freund. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1936; D 
42216 ; Philip Freund, New York. 

2752 

Perfect (The) crime. See Unsolved 
mysteries. 

Perfidious (The) sister; a 1-act play, 
by S. Cowley-Brown. © 1 c. Mar. 
31, 1936; D 41708; Sara Cowley- 
Brown, New York. 2753 

Perry case. See Do innocent men die? 

Peter Rabbit's own story ; a puppet 
play in 6 scenes, by Ruth H. Kerr. 
193ft 3 p. 1.. 13 numb. 1. 4to. © 
Apr. 1, 1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 22 ; D 42218 ; 
Ruth Hamilton Kerr, New York. 

2754 

Petit (Le) bonheur ; piece en 3 actes, 
de J. Anouilh. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1936 ; 
D 42271 ; Jean Anouilh, Ville d'Av- 
ray, France. 2755 

Pigs in clover ; a musical comedy in 
2 acts, book by Philip S. Major and 
Charles A. Reynolds, music and 
lyrics by James H. Fithian, special 
lyrics by Philip S. Major, Wm. E. 
McKeachie and F. S. Weston. © 
1 c. Apr. 14, 1936; D 39064; James 
Hampton Fithian, East Orange, 
N. J. 2756 

Pineapple whiskey ; a dramatico-musi- 
cal composition in 1 act, story, plot, 
words and music, by Benny Sam- 
berg [i. e. B. Samberg] © 1 c. 
Apr. 1, 1936; D 39058; Benjamin 
Samberg, Brooklyn. 2757 

Pinewood inn ; bv H. M. Kroehnke. 
© 1 c. Mar. 23, 1936; D 41885; 
Hulda M. Kroehnke, San Francisco. 

2758 

Pinocchio ; by Margaret Ann Hub- 
bard. Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, 
Cal. [19361 3 p. 1,, [3]-88 p. diagrs. 
12mo. ( [Baker's royalty plays] ) 
© Mar. 20, 1936; 2 c. Apr. 2; D 
41704 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

2759 

Pipe dream. See Death Valley days. 



Plaisir d'amour ; comedie en 6 actes, 
par J. Martet. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1936 ; 
D 42013; Jean Martet, Paris. 2760 

Playing with fire. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Plays of the Pacific coast ; by A. M. D. 
Fairbairn. London, New York [etc.] 
1935. Ill p. diagr. 12mo. Con- 
tents. — Ebb-tide. — The tragedy of 
Tanoo. — A Pacific coast tragedy. — 
The war drums of Skedans. © June 
12, 1935 ; 1 c. Apr. 6, 1936 ; D 41801 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 2761 

Polka dots and pulchitrude. See 
Venetia. 

Polly of the prairie; episodes 1-4, a 
radio play, by E. G. Rockwell. © 
1 c. Apr. 13, 1936; D 41991; Ethel 
Gesner Rockwell, New York. 2762 

Ponce de Leon's dream. See Foun- 
tain (The) of youth. 

Popeye the sailor; program no. 1, a 
radio script, by John Alcorn. © 1 
c. Apr. 21, 1936 ; D 42182 ; Wheatena 
corp., Rahway, N. J. 2763 

Portrait of a crime ; a play in 3 acts, 
by F. M. Levy. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 
1936; D 42307; Frances Marianne 
Levy, San Francisco. 2764 

Possitoo; a drama in 3 acts, by Al- 
fred Grimm [pseud, of A. Gross- 
man] © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1936 ; D 41874 ; 
Abraham Grossman, New York. 

2765 

Poule (La) ; operette en 3 actes et 4 
tableaux, de Henri Duvernois & An- 
dre Barde [pseud, of Andre Bour- 
donneau] couplets de Andre Barde 
[pseud.] musique de Henri Christine. 
Paris, 1936. 1 p. 1., 158 p. 4to. 
Livret. © Jan. 30, 1936; 1 c. Apr. 
1 ; D 41840 ; Editions Royalty et Edi- 
tions Salabert, Paris. 2766 

Premiere (La) f amille ; farce en 1 
acte, par J. Supervielle. © 1 c. 
Apr. 8, 1936 ; D 42017 ; Jules Super- 
vielle, Paris. 2767 

Princesse des Pyramides : opera- 
bouffe en 3 actes, couplets de Guillot 
de Saix, livret et musique de Lionel 
Renieu. Partition complete pour 
piano et chant. Paris [1935] 4 p. 1., 
202 p. fol. © Oct. 15. 1935; 1 c. 
Dec. 20; D 39063; Editions Max 
Eschig, Paris. 2768 



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Princesse (La) Isabelle ; piece en 20 
tableaux [par] Maurice Maeterlinck. 
Paris, Fasquelle editeurs, 1935. 194, 
[1] p. incl. front, (port.) 12mo. 
© Nov. 7, 1935; 1 c. Feb. 17, 1936; 
D 42166; Maurice Maeterlinck, Car- 
not, Nice, France, and Fasquelle edi- 
teurs, Paris. 2769 



Private lives, 
terribles. 



See Amants ( Les ) 



Puss in boots ; by Margaret Ann Hub- 
bard. Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, 
Oal. [1936] 41, [2] p. diagrs. 12mo. 
( [Baker's royalty plays] ) Contains 
music. © Apr. 3, 1936 ; 2 c. May 1 ; 
D 42332 ; Walter H. Baker co., Bos- 
ton. 2770 

Quiet zone ; episode no. 1, a radio 
play, by E. W. Emery. © 1 c. Apr. 
3, 1936 ; D 41776 ; Emma Wilson Em- 
ery, Chicago. 2771 

Quo vadis ; a beautiful and inspira- 
tional senior class day program, by 
C. L. Eaddy. Raleigh, N. C. [1936] 
29 p. diagr. 8vo. © Mar. 20, 1936 ; 
2 c. Apr. 11; D 41968; Eaddy & 
Eaddy, Raleigh, N. C. 2772 

Raeper Dammeet; a comedy in 1 act, 
by S. Bayfield. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1936 ; 
D 42171; St. Clair Bayfield, New 
York. 2773 

Rah-thah revolutionary ; a skit by S. 
A. Gross. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1936; D 
41895 ; Seymour A. Gross, New York. 

2774 

Reader's (The) digest radio review; 
editions 1-4, an adaptation written 
for radio transcription, by W. T. 
Jones. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1936; D 
41987; Walter Tupper Jones, New 
York. 2775 

Reason (A) for youth; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Sylvestre Briant [pseud, of 
G. Bryant] © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1936; D 
41790 ; George Bryant, Detroit. 2776 

Reception at Mount Vernon, 1785 ; a 
play in prologue and episodes 1 and 2, 
by L. H. Merritt, given by children of 
the Daughters of the American revo- 
lution, Fort Stanwix chapter, at the 
Elks' club, Rome, New York, Febru- 
ary 22, 1935. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1936 ; 
D 41912; Lillian H. Merritt, Rome, 
N. Y. 2777 

Recoil ; a comedy by G. Remington. © 
1 c. Apr. 11, 1936; D 41974; Guy 

Remington, New York. 2778 



Red carnations ; a play in 3 acts, by 
E. C. Altomare. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1936 ; 
D 42215; Edith C. Altomare, New 
York. 2779 

Red (The) Feather; a mystery play in 
2 acts, by Willie E. Gordon. © 1 c. 
Apr. 20, 1936 ; D 42172 ; Willie Eliza- 
beth Gordon, Roxbury, Mass. 2780 

Renfrew of the Mounted ; episodes nos. 
10-12, by L. Y. Erskine. © 1 c. each 
Apr. 6, 1936 ; D 41810-41812 ; Laurie 
York Erskine, New York. 2781-2783 

Revolution ; a drama in 1 act, by Hjal- 
mar Meidell, translated by A. R. 
Sawyer. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1936; D 
42311 ; Astrid Rosing Sawyer, Chi- 
cago. 2784 

Revue (La) de Candide, 1936; (In 
Candide, 12e annee, no. 615, dec. 26, 
1935) Contents.— L'affaire Pepin- 
ster, par Rip [pseud, of G. G. The- 
non]. — Patinoire 35, par Paul Colline 
[pseud, of Paul Louis Elise Du- 
ard]. — Reconciliation, par [Auguste] 
Martini. — Lenine aux enfers, par 
Max Regnier et Pierre Ferrary. — 
Centenaire! par Mauricet et Pierre 
Varenne. — Un bienfait n'est jamais 
perdu, par Max Regnier et Pierre 
Ferrary. © Dec. 26, 1935 ; 1 c. Apr. 
3, 1936 ; D 41837 ; A. Fayard et cie., 
Paris. 2785 

Roi du sex-appeal; vaudeville musical 
en 3 actes, de R. Bodet, musique de 
Camille Kufferath. Text. © 1 c. 
Apr. 18, 1936; D 42274; Robert 
Bodet, Paris. 2786 

Romance and razors ; a minstrel after- 
piece, by Forbes Milliken. Chicago 
[1936] 21 p. 12mo. ([Denison's 
black face plays] ) © Apr. 13, 1936 ; 
2 c. Apr. 16 ; D 42050 ; T. S. Denison 
& co., Chicago. 2787 

Romance with a gunman ; by F. B. 
King. © 1 c. Mar. 30', 1936 ; D 42138 ; 
Frances B. King, New York. 2788 

Rose Latulippe; a Canadian folk-play 
in 1 act, by Edward Wade Devlin. 
London, New York [1935] 31 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © May 18, 1935 ; 1 c. 
Apr. 6, 1936; D 41795; Samuel 
French, New York. 2789 

Rossini in Neapel ; komische oper in 3 
akten, musik nach Gioacchino Ros- 
sini, von Bernhard Paumgartner, 
text von Hans Adler. Klavierauszug 
mit text. Wien, 1936. cover-title, 
9-367 p. fol. © Mar. 19, 1936 ; 1 c. 
Apr. 1 ; D 39060 ; Wiener operetten- 
verlag, g. m. b. h., Vienna. 2790 



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no. 4, 1936 



2800 



von Hans Adlor, mu si k nach 

Gioacchino Rossini, von Bernhard 
Paumgartner. Vienna, 1936. 2 p. I., 
3-134 p. 12mo. © Feb. 26, 1936 ; 1 c. 
Apr. 1; D 41832; Wiener operetten- 
verlag, g. m. b. li., Vienna. 27i)l 

Round trip: a play by L. Bentley 
Dixon. © 1 e. Mar. 26s 1986; D 
41MS; Leonard Bentley Dixon, Rad- 
bum. X. J. 2792 

Runt (The) ; a comic tragedy in 3 acts, 
by Hervey White. Woodstock, N. Y., 
The Maverick press [1935] 2 p. 1.. 
3-88, [1] p. 12ino. © Dec. 24, 1935; 
2 c. Apr. 3, 1936; D 41779; Hervey 
White, Woodstock, X. Y. 2793 

Sales incorporated : part 1, 2. by Natha- 
lie Feldman. © 1 c. each Apr. 22, 
1986; D 42202. 42203; Nathalie Isa- 
bel Feldman, Chicago. 2794,2795 

Sales (The) manager proposes ; a 1-act 
plav on marketing research, by 
George W. Kelsey. [1936] 2 p. 1., 24 
p. lOmo. © Apr. 3, 1936; 2 c. Apr. 
14 : D 42246 ; George W. Kelsey, New 
York. 2796 

Sane fool ; a screen play by P. Dzeri- 
gian. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1936 ; D 41877 ; 
Paul Dzerigian, Fresno, Calif. 2797 

Scapegoat ; a 1-act tragedy, by Nora 
Ratcliff. London, H. F. W. Deane & 
sons, The Year book press, ltd. 
[1936] 21 p. diagr. 12mo. (The 
Year book press series of plays) © 
Mar. 19, 1936 ; 1 c. Mar. 30 ; D 41982 ; 
Nora Ratcliff, Bradfield, Sheffield. 
England. 2798 

Second (A) collection of boys' plays; 
by Albert M. Brown. Boston, Mass., 
Los Angeles, Cal. [1936] 109 p. 
12mo. Contents. — Boy is king ! — Ad- 
venture overnight. — Ghosts in the 
castle. — Jerry writes a play. — The 
second s'on. — Jingles and ragtime. — 
The lucky toothache. — Station 
B-< >-Y-S. © Mar. 31, 1936 ; 2 c. May 
1; D 42334; Walter H. Baker co„ 
Boston. 2799 

Second (The) son. Sec Second (A) 
collection of boys' plays. 

Second (The) vear man; by F. Ehlert. 
© 1 c. Apr. 20, 1936; D 42163 ; Fay 
Ehlert, Libertyville, 111. 2800 

Secret of the childless wife : a drama 
in 5 acts, by I'. Xelson. © 1 c. Apr. 
17. 1936; D 42095; Paul Xelson. New 
York. US01 



Sein meisterwerk ; ein filniszenarium, 
von (). Taussik. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1936; 
D 42329; Oskar Taussik, Vienna. 

2802 

Senator (The) and tbe League of non- 
sense ; a speech and satirical comedy, 
by 1). D. Aaronson. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 
L986; D 42093; D. Darby Aaronson, 
Xew York. 2803 

Seven keys to comfort ; a puppet show, 
by F. C. Springer. © 1 c. Apr, 7, 
1936; D 41 SCO; Florence Crocker 
Springer, Philadelphia. 2804 

Seven plays ; by Ernst Toller, with a 
new introduction by the author. 
London, J. Lane [1985] x p., 1 1., 
434 p. 8vo. Contents. — The ma- 
chine-wreckers. English version by 
Ashley Duke s. — Transfiguration, 
translated by Edward Crankshaw. — 
Masses and man, translated by Vera 
Mendel. — Hinkemann, translated by 
Vera Mendel. — Hoppla ! Such is 
life ! English version by Hermon 
Ould. — The blind goddess, translated 
by Edward Crankshaw. — Draw tbe 
fires, translated by Edward Crank- 
shaw. — Mary Baker Eddy, by Ernst 
Toller and Hermann Kesten, trans- 
lated by Edward Crankshaw. © 
Feb. 1, 1935; 1 c. Mar. 12, 1936; D 
41754; Ernst Toller, London. 2805 

Shadow-hand ; a tragic play in 3 acts, 
by T. Florentino. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 
1936 ; D 41881 ; Tiberius Florentino, 
Boston. 2806 

Shadow (The) of the Nile; a play in 
1 act. by L. Bullock- Webster. Lon- 
don, New York [etc.] 1935. 27, [1] 
p. diagr. 12mo. © May 10, 1935 ; 
1 c. Apr. 6, 1936; D 41792; Samuel 
French, New York. 2807 

Shanghai Sadie ; a play in 3 acts, by R. 
Senior and W. Drey. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 
1985 ; D 41725 ; Russell Senior and 
Walter Drey, Xew York. [Copy- 
right is claimed on revision and new 
matter by Walter Drey] 2808 

She's the axle [sic] of my brains; a 
dramatic play in 3 acts, with music, 
by V. Consolo. Text. © 1 c. Apr. 
22. 1936; D 42214; Vincent Consolo, 
Chicago. 2809 

Silver (The) lining. See Closed (The) 
chapter. 

Skit on The music goes round and 
round. Nee Music (The) goes round 
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pt. i, v. 9 



Sky stowaway. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Skyrocket; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Charles S. Monroe, based on an idea 
from James Thurber's short story, 
The greatest man in the world. © 
1 c. Apr. 16, 1936 ; D 42070 ; Charles 
Seaver Monroe, South Haven, Mich. 

2810 

Sleepwalker (The) ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Cecil E. Reynolds. 3d edition, 
revised. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1936; D 
41821; Cecil Edward Reynolds, 
Venice, Calif. 2811 

Slightly terrific; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Elliott Grennard and K. Lyons. 
© 1 c. Apr. 7, 1936 ; D 42056 ; Kermit 
Lyons, Brooklyn. 2812 

So, grows the tree ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Nora Lawlor [pseud, of N. Downey] 
© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1936 ; D 41879 ; Nor- 
ma Downey, New York. 2813 

Sojourner Truth ; a drama in 5 acts, by 
Lue Swarz [pseud, of L. H. Schwartz] 
© 1 c. Mar. 9, 1936 ; D 41737 ; Lucile 
H. Schwartz, St. Louis. 2814 

Soldiers of fortune; no. 2. Charmed 
life ! © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1936 ; D 41025 ; 
Axton-Fisher tobacco co., inc., Louis- 
ville. 2815 

Son (The) returns. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Sonata ; a play in 4 acts, by E. Millard. 
© 1 c. Apr. 9, 1936 ; D 41893 ; Evelyn 
Millard, London. 2816 

Song (The) of Solomon; a drama in 
3 acts, by O. Ray. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 
1936 ; D 42071 ; Opal Ray, New York. 

2817 

Songs of romance ; a play in 3 acts, 
continuity and dialogue by Bill Grif- 
fin and Robert Clark. Text. © 1 c. 
Apr. 7, 1936; D 42249; Bill Royal 
Griffin and Robert Booth Clark, 
Pomona, Calif. 2818 

Sonne auf Capri; lustspiel in 3 akten, 
von R. A. Wolfsberg. © 1 c. Sept. 
3, 1935; D 42310; Paul Gordon 
btihnenvertrieb, Berlin. 2819 

Sow the wind ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Maurice Pinover. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 
1936 ; D 42069 ; Maurice A. Pinover, 
New York. 2820 

Splash for Sadie; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by B. Southard. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 
1936; D 42256; Bennett Southard, 
New York. 2821 



Sporting extra ; by William Dyer, epi- 
sode no. 1. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1936; D 
41817; Adam Scheidt brewing co., 
Morristown, Pa. 2822 

episode no. 2. © 1 c. Apr. 

10, 1936; D 41936; Adam Scheidt 
brewing co., Morristown. Pa. 2822 

Apr. 13, 20, 1936. © 1 c. each 

Apr. 22, 1936 ; D 42199, 42200 ; Adam 
Scheidt brewing co., Morristown, Pa. 

2824, 2825 

Apr. 27, 1936. © 1 c. Apr. 

29, 1936; D 42323; Adam Scheidt 
brewing co., Norristown, Pa. 2826 

Spring is here. See Echoes of New 
York town. 

Squire McDevilfish ; an operetta in 1 
act, lyrics by L. R. Cook, music by 
L. R. Cook and Marjorie Schoeller. 
Vocal score. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1936; 
D 39072 ; Laurence Russell Cook, Los 
Angeles. 2827 

Stars for candlelight; a play in S 
scenes, by Elsie Schauffler. © 1 c. 
Apr. 13, 1936; D 42002; Robert 
Schauffler, Kansas City, Mo. 2828 

Station B-O-Y-S. See Second (A) 
collection of boys' plays. 

Statute (The) of liberty. See Echoes 
of New York town. 

Steel; a play in 8 scenes, by ET. Igo. 
New version. © 1 c. Apr. 14. ]936; 
D 42027 ; Harold Igo, Yellow Springs, 

0. 2829 

Stepping centuries; a musical comedy 
in 1 act, by A. Rapaport. Text. © 
1 c. Apr. 14, 1936; D 42023; Arpad 
Rapaport, New York. 2830 

Storm child; a lighthouse drama in 
3 acts, by Ruth Carmen [pseud, of L. 
Waycott] © 1 c. Apr, IS, 1936; D 
42136; Lottie Waycott, Brookline, 
Mass. 2831 

Story (The) of Destiny ; or, The gener- 
ous gesture, or, Are you happy, 
darling? a tragic comedy, by H. 
Scherbak. [1936] 1 p. 1., 19 numb. 

1. 8 vo. © Mar. 30, 1936 ; 2 c. and 
aff. Apr. 7; AA 201618; Herman 
Scherbak, New York. 2832 

Strangers may meet; a play in 3 
acts, by J. L. Marvin. © 1 c. Apr. 
28, 1936 ; D 42306 ; Jessie L. Marvin, 
New York. 2833 

Strangers' (The) party; a play in 3 
acts, by I. L. Singer. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 
1936; D 42175; Irving L. Singer, 
Oakland, Calif. 2834 



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2873 



Streamline; a new comedy in 2 acts, 
by E. O'Hanlon and I. N. Weber. © 
1 c. Mar. 16, 1936 ; D 41743 ; Isaac N. 
Weber and Edwin O'Hanlon, New 
York. 2835 

Suitable for framing; a comedy in 3 
acts, by R. J. Landry and B. D. 
Jelliffe. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1936; D 
41758 ; Robert Jobn Landry and Bee 
Dobson Jelliffe, New York. 2836 

Summer complaints ; a 1-act comedy, 
by Len D. Hollister. Chicago [1936] 
17 p. 12mo. ( [Denison's one-act 
plays] ) © Apr. 11, 1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 
15; D 42033; T. S. Denison & co., 
Chicago. 2837 

Summer solstice ; a drama in 1 act, by 
Martha Allan. London, New York 
[etc.] 1935. 35 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
May 21, 1935; 1 c. Apr. 6. 1936; D 
41802 ; Samuel French, New York. 

2838 

Sunbrite (The) junior nurse corps; 
by Stack-Goble advertising agency. 
Mar. 13, 16, 18, 20, 23, 25, 1936. © 
1 c. each Apr. 1, 1936; D 41714- 
41719; Swift & co., Chicago. 

2839-2844 

Mar. 27, 30, Apr. 1, 3, 6, 8, 

1936. © 1 c. each Apr. 15, 1936; 

D 42039-42044 ; Swift & CO., Chicago. 

2845-2850 

Apr. 10, 13, 15, 17, 20, 22, 24, 

1936. © 1 c. each Apr. 29, 1936; D 
42315-42321 ; Swift & co., Chicago. 

2851-2857 

Supposed (A) reformer; by B. Tims. 
© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1936 ; D 42127 ; Blanche 
Tims, South Australia, Australia. 

2858 

Supreme happiness ; a drama in 4 acts, 
by M. Sweet. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1936 ; 
D 42284; Maria Sweet, San Rafael, 
Calif. 2859 

Sure of a fourth ; a satirical comedy in 
1 act, by Rica McLean Farquharson. 
London, New York [etc.] 1935. 27 p. 
12mo. © Apr. 15, 1935 ; 1 c. Apr. 6, 
1936 ; D 41800 ; Samuel French, New 
York. 2860 

Surprise witness ; a play in 2 acts, by 
Morris E. Yaraus. 1936. 25 numb. 1. 
nar. 4to. Caption title. © Apr. 
3, 1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 7 ; D 41833 ; Morris 
Edward Yaraus, Woonsocket, R. I. 

2861 

Swing low ; a play of modern Negro 
folk life, by Gilbert Allen, incidental 
music arranged and composed by the 



author. Text. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1936 ; 
D 42164 ; Gilbert Francis Allen, New 
York. 2862 

Switched signals. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Tabloid ; a play in 3 acts, by A. A. 
Menegus. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1936; D 
42324; Alfred A. Menegus, Clifton, 
N. J. 2863 

Tail wags dog; a satirical extrava- 
ganza in 2 acts, with prologue and 
epilogue, by K. Clugston. © 1 c. 
Apr. 21, 1936; D 42181; Katharine 
Clugston, New York. 2864 

'Taint forty 'tis sixty ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Virginia Bacon. © 1 c. Apr. 
3, 1936; D 41771; Virginia Evelyn 
Bacon, West Boylston, Mass. 2865 

Take me back to my daddy ; a play in 
3 acts, by T. J. Ford. Text. © 1 c. 
Apr. 6, 1936; D 41825; Thomas J. 
Ford, San Bernardino, Calif. 2866 

Territorial rights scheme ; [by Kenneth 
B. Backman] [1936] 12 numb. 1. 
4to. © Apr. 1, 1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 6 ; D 
41831 ; Boston better business bureau, 
inc., Boston. 2867 

That home in Bethany ; a religious play 
in 1 act, by Annie Bowman. Boston, 
Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. [1936] 29 p. 
12mo. © Mar. 27, 1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 2 ; 
D 41701 ; Walter H. Baker co., Bos- 
ton. 2868 

There's many a slip; a play in 3 acts, 
by A. M. Willey. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 1936 ; 
D 41721 ; Alan Marshal Willey, New 
York. 2869 

They die laughing ; a mystery play in 2 
acts, by J. P. Rudin and O. Schisgall. 
© 1 c. Apr. 2, 1936 ; D 41748 ; Jacob 
Philip Rudin and Oscar Schisgall, 
Great Neck, L. I., N. Y. 2870 

They liked it in Philadelphia ; a play in 
3 acts, by Abner Kroll [pseud, of A. 
Kroll] © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1936; D 
42322 ; Abraham Kroll, New York. 

2871 

Thief (The) of time ; a short radio pro- 
gram dramatization for Gruen watch 
co., by C. H. Miller. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 
1936; D 41746, Chester H. Miller, 
New York. 2872 

Three grand guys. See Don't give up 
the ship. 

Three walls have ears; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Michael Gales and Ben Gall. 
© 1 c. Apr. 6, 1936 ; D 41791 ; Samuel 
Michael Segal, New York. 2873 



137 



CATALOG OP COPYEIGHT ENTRIES 



2874 



pt. i, v. 9 



Tinker (The) family. See Oswald's 
ups and downs (The Tinker family) 

To the rescue. See Bright hour 
sketches. 

Toll (The) bridge mystery. See Un- 
solved mysteries. 

Torso ; a play in 3 acts, by J. Harris. 
© 1 c. Apr. 22, 1936 ; D 42217 ; John 
Harris, Tucson, Ariz. 2874 

Tourist home; episodes 1-3, by J. M. 
Anderson. © 1 c. each Apr. 28, 1936 ; 
D 42305; Jean M. Anderson, Rich- 
mond. 2875 

Trade Winds (Waterfront wayside) 
scripts nos. 2, 3, by L. Gebhart. © 
1 c. each Apr. 9, 1936; D 41891, 
41892 ; Lee Gebhart, New York. 

2876, 2877 

Traffic signals ; part 2, by A. M. Drum- 
mond. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1936; D 
41880; Alexander M. Drummond, 
Ithaca, N. Y. 2878 

Tragedy (The) of Tanoo. See Plays 
of the Pacific coast. 

Trailor case. See Do innocent men 
die? 

Transfiguration. See Seven plays. 

Transfusion ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
John F. Goodrich. [1936] various 
pagings, 4to. © Apr. 9, 1936 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 15 ; D 42047 ; John F. Goodrich, 
Hollywood, Calif. 2879 

a 3-act drama, by D. Polowe. © 

1 c. Mar. 19, 1936; D 41734; David 
Polowe, Paterson, N. J. 2880 

Transportation (The) parade of the 
years ; in 9 scenes with interludes, 
by E. Hungerford, based upon the 
author's, Wings of a century. © 1 c. 
Apr. 2, 1936 ; D 41848 ; Edward Hun- 
gerford, New York. 2881 

Treadmill ; a comedy in 3 acts, by B. 
Loving. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 1936; D 
41712 ; Boyce Loving, Richmond. 

2882 

Trip (A) to Mars; by E. D. Ackerly. 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1936; D 41842; Emma 
D. Ackerly, New York. 2883 

Trittico f rancescano ; per soli, coro et 
orchestra, versi di Emidio Mucci 
[musica di] Licinio Refice, riduzione 
per canto e pianoforte di Bonaven- 
tura Somma. Milano, New York 
[etc., etc.] 1936. 2 p. 1., 140 p. 4to. 
© Apr. 23, 1936; 1 c. Apr. 23; D 
39071 ; G. Ricordi & Co., Milan. 2884 



Trois . . . six . . . neuf ; comedie en 3 
actes, de M. Duran. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 
1936 ; D 42270 ; Michel Duran, Paris. 

2885 

Trou (Un) dans le mur ; piece en 4 
actes [par] Yves Mirande [pseud, of 
Yves Le Querrec] en collaboration 
avec Gustave Qumson. Paris, Li- 
brairie theatrale, L. Billaudot, 1936. 
160 p. 12mo. © Feb. 21, 1936 ; 1 c. 
Apr. 9 ; D 42006 ; L. Billaudot, Paris. 

2886 

Truckin down to Harlem ; by L. Gold- 
berg. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1936; D 
41727; Louis Goldberg, New York. 

2887 

True to life; a radio presentation 
with musical interludes and back- 
ground, by J. R. Corbett, inc. Text. 
Dec. 6, 1935. © 1 c. Dec. 14, 1935; 
D 42099 ; J. Ralph Corbett, inc., Cin- 
cinnati. 2888 

Dec. 13, 1935. © 1 c. Dec. 



23, 1935 ; D 42103 ; J. Ralph Corbett, 
inc., Cincinnati. 2889 

Dec. 20, 1935. © 1 c. Dec. 

23, 1935 ; D 42105 ; J. Ralph Corbett, 
inc., Cincinnati. 2890 

Dec. 27, 1935. © 1 c. Jan. 



9, 1936; D 42110; J. Ralph Corbett, 
inc., Cincinnati. 2891 

Jan. 3, 1936. © 1 c. Jan. 



9, 1936; D 42108; J. Ralph Corbett, 
inc., Cincinnati. 2892 

Jan. 10, 1936. © 1 c. Jan. 



22, 1936 ; D 42113 ; J. Ralph Corbett, 
inc., Cincinnati. 2893 

-Jan. 17, 1936. © 1 c. Jan. 



24, 1936 ; D 42117 ; J. Ralph Corbett, 
inc., Cincinnati. 2894 

Jan. 24, 1936. © 1 c. Jan. 



29, 1936 ; D 42120 ; J. Ralph Corbett, 
inc., Cincinnati. 2895 

Mar. 12. 1936. © 1 c. Mar. 



23, 1936 ; D 42124 ; J. Ralph Corbett, 
inc., Cincinnati. 2896 

Tunnel no. 5; a 2-act radio drama, by 
J. J. Neumann. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 
1936; D 42285; Joseph J. Neumann, 
St. Louis. 2897 

Turandot. See Turandot and the 
prince. 

Turandot and the prince; a romantic 
play in 3 acts, by J. Gerard, based 
on Turandot, by Carlo Gozzi. © 1 
c. Apr. 8, 1936 ; D 41871 ; John Ger- 
ard, Stockton, N. J. 2898 



138 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITION'S 



no. 4, 1936 



2919 



Twenty minutes to live. See While 
the city sleeps. 

Two if by sea — ; a farce comedy in 
prologue and 3 acts, by Patricia 
Coleman. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1936; D 
42253; Patricia Josephine Coleman. 
Orange, N. J. 2899 

Under the Bo tree; by I. Anderson. 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1936 ; D 42294 ; Isa- 
bel Anderson, Brookline, Mass. 

2900 

Unsolved mysteries ; by David Taylor, 
episode no. 1. The wireless mys- 
tery. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1936 ; D 41937 ; 
Amer. radio features, Los Angeles. 

2901 

episode no. 2. The witch 



doctor mystery. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 
1936 ; D 41938 ; Amer. radio features, 
Los Angeles. 2902 

episode no. 3. The Wash- 



ington square mystery. © 1 c. Apr. 
10, 1936; D 41939; Amer. radio fea- 
tures, Los Angeles. 2903 

episode no. 4. The Borden 



mystery. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1936; D 
41940 ; Amer. radio features, Los 
Angeles. 2904 

episode no. 6. The mystery 



of the zombie. © 1 c. Apr. 10', 1936 ; 
D 41941 ; Amer. radio features, Los 
Angeles. 2905 

episode no. 8. The murder 



in the Rue Morgue. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 
1936; D 41942; Amer. radio fea- 
tures, Los Angeles. 2906 

— - — —episode no. 9. The writing 
on the wall. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1936; 
D 41943; Amer. radio features, Los 
Angeles. 2907 

episode no. 10. The mystery 



of the Marie Celeste. © 1 c. Apr 
10, 1936 ; D 41944 ; Amer. radio fea- 
tures, Los Angeles. 2908 

episode no. 11. The perfect 



crime. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1936; D 
41945 ; Amer. radio features, Los 
Angeles. 2909 

episode no. 12. The toll 



bridge mystery. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 
1936 ; D 41946 ; Amer. radio features, 
Los Angeles. 2910 

episode no. 13. The disap- 



pearance of Judge Crater. © 1 c. 
Apr. 10, 1936 ; D 41947 ; Amer. radio 
features, Los Angeles. 2911 



Utopia, here I come; a play in 3 acts, 
with 2 interludes, by F. Hotchner. 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1936 ; D 41744 ; Fred 
Hotchner, Los Angeles. 2912 

Venetia ; or, Polka dots and pulchi- 
trude ; a comedy with verse, in 2 
acts, by D. Lees. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 
1936; D 42282; David Lees, Brook- 
lyn. 2913 

Vefejny nepfitel ; komedie o 3 dejst- 
vich [die] Frank Tetauer. V. Praze, 
A. Neubert, 1936. 103 p. 12mo. 
(Nove sceny svaze 15) © Jan. 2, 
1936 ; 1 c. Apr. 10 ; D 41964 ; Univer- 
suin literarni agentura Bohumila 
Perlika, Prague XII, Czechoslova- 
kia. 2914 

Verliebte (Der) Wauwau; operette in 
7 bildern, von Oskar Felix, musik 
von Walter W. Goetze. Regiebuch. 
Text. ©1 c. Apr. 20, 1936 ; D 42268 ; 
Allegro theaterverlag, g. m. b. h., 
Berlin. 2915 

Vic and Sade; Mar. 2h6, 9^-13, 16-20, 
23-27, 30, 31, 1936, by Paul Rhymer. 
© 1 c. each Apr. 6, 1936; D 41828; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

2916 

Vive le roi ! eomedie en 3 actes et sept 
tableaux [par] Louis Verneuil 
[pseud, of Louis Collin du Boccagel 
[Paris, 1936] 2! v. illus. 4to. ([La 
Petite illustration, nos. 757, 758] ) 
© Jan. 25, Feb. 1, 1936; 1 c. each 
Apr. 9; D 42012; Louis Collin du 
Boccage, Paris. 2917 

Vox pop, the voice of the people. See 
Open (The) forum. 

Wake (A) or a wedding? a comedy 
in 1 act, by Albert Hatton Gilmer. 
New York, N. Y„ London [etc., etc.] 
1935. 33 p. diagr. 12mo. © Sept. 
30, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1936 ; D 41903 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 2918 

War drums of Skedans. See Plays of 
the Pacific coast. 

Warwickshire case. See Do innocent 
men die? 

Washington square. See Echoes of 
New York town. 

Washington (The) square mystery. 
See Unsolved mysteries. 

Waters cover the sea ; a 3-act play, by 
J. Steinberg. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1936; 
D 42178 ; Jack Steinberg, Seattle. 

2919 



139 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



2920 



pt. i, v. 9 



Way (The) of a woman; a comedy in 
3 acts, with a prologue, by E. S. B. 
Taylor. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1936; D 
41843; Ellen Scranton Belden Tay- 
lor, Elmira, N. Y. 2920 

Wayfarer (The) ; by Byron T. Butler. 
Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. 
[1936] 23 p. 12mo. (Baker's re- 
ligious plays and pageants) © Mar. 
27, 1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 2 ; D 41696 ; Wal- 
ter H. Baker co., Boston. 2921 

We shall meet; a play in 3 acts, by 
Doris Hall. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1936; 
D 41773; Doris Gwendolyn Palmer, 
New York. 2922: 

We want to get married ; a comedy in 
1 act, by M. Ashmun. © 1 c. Mar. 
20', 1936; D 41745; Margaret Ash- 
mun, Madison, Wis. 2923 

Welcome Valley ; nos. 50-54, by Irna 
Phillips and Edgar A. Guest. © 1 c. 
each Apr. 8, 1936; D 41865-41869; 
Charles Daniel Frey co., Chicago. 

2924-2928 

What will people say? a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by E. L. Langman. © 
1 c. Apr. 21, 1936; D 42177; Eliza- 
beth L. Langman, Philadelphia. 

2929 

W r hen the King smiled ; a drama of the 
resurrection in 4 scenes, by R. Edis 
Fairbairn. London, New York [etc.] 
1935. 24 p. diagr. 12mo. © June 
1, 1935 ; 1 c. Apr. 6, 1936 ; D 41793 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 2930 

"While the city sleeps ; a radio program, 
by Roy A. Sorensen. episode no. 110. 
Playing with fire. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 
1936; D 41747; Bowey's, inc., Chi- 
cago. 2931 



episode no. 111. The milk- 
man's dream. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1936; 
D 41819; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 

2932 



episode no. 112. 



Twenty 



minutes to live. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1936 ; 
D 41933; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 

2933 

episode no. 113. Love's sweet 



song. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1936 ; D 41809 ; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 2934 



episode no. 114. Ex-fireman. 

© 1 c. Apr. 13, 1936; D 41990; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 2935 



episode no. 115. Baby finds 

a home. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1936; D 
42134 ; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 2936 



episode no. 116. Artificial 
respiration. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1936; 
D 42076 ; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 

2937 

episode no. 117. The son re- 



turns. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1936 ; D 42222 ; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 2938 

episode no. 118. Sky stowa- 
way. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1936 ; D 42337 ; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 2939 

episode no. 119. Switched 



signals. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1936; D 
42223; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 2940 

episode no. 120. A. W. O. L. 



© 1 c. Apr. 30, 1936; D 42338; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 2941 

Whip (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by A. D. 
Geto. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1936 ; D 41864 ; 
Alfred David Geto, Brooklyn. 2942 

Whirlpool ; a play in 3 acts, by J. 
Barnard. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1936; D 
42247 ; Julie Barnard, New York. 

2943 

Whispering tables ; script no. 1, a 1-act 
play adaptable to radio or stage, by 
C. T. Brail. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1936; 
D 42075; Curtis T. Brail, Freeport, 
N. Y. 2944 

White kimono ; a play in 3 acts, by 
J. E. Newton. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 1936; 
D 41713 ; Joseph E. Newton, Nassau, 
Bahama Islands. 2945 

White lilys; by Vladimir Stanley 
Wayne [pseud, of V. S. Lagodzinski] 
© 1 c. Apr. 16, 1936 ; D 42062 ; Vladi- 
mir Stanlev Lagodzinski, Chicago. 

2946 

Whose cruise? a 1-act farce, by Len D. 
Hollister. Chicago [1936] 18 p. 
12mo. ( [Denison's- one-act plays] ) 
© Apr. 11, 1936; 2 c. Apr. 15; D 
42030 ; T. S. Denison & co., Chicago. 

2947 

Wilde (Die) Auguste, besuch aus 
spanien ; musikalischer schwank, 
von Theo Halton, musik von Walter 
Kollo. Text. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1936; 
D 42269; Edition Meisel & co., 
g. m. b. h., Berlin. 2948 

Wings for the living. See First 
nighter. 

Wings of a century. See Transporta- 
tion (The) parade of the years. 

Wings over Europe; a play in 3 acts, 
by Robert Nichols and Maurice 
Browne. New York, N. Y., London 
[etc., etc.] 1935. 109 p. plates, 



140 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 4, 1936 



2951 



diagr. 12mo. (Acting edition) © 
Sept. 30, 1935; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1936; 
D 41902: Samuel French, Now York. 
[Copy r kin is claimed on new matter, 
added reproduction plots and scene 
design.] 2949 

Wireless (The) mystery. See Un- 
solved mysteries. 

Witch (The) doctor mystery. See 
Unsolved mysteries. 

Woman's (A) love; drama in 5 acts, 
by Lue Swarz [pseud, of L. H. 
Schwartz] © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1936; D 
41739; LucileH. Schwartz, St. Louis. 

2950> 

World news and strange events. See 
Journal of the air. 

World series ; an American comedy in 
3 acts, by Robert Ewing. © 1 c. Apr. 
13, 1936; D 42003; Robert Martin 
Ewing, New York. 2951 

Writing (The) on the wall. See Un- 
solved mysteries. 

Yampa Valley moon ; a play in 3 acts, 
by I bury Osgood. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 
19S6 : L) 41847 : Harry Irving Osgood, 
Chicago. 2952 



Year after year ; a play in 3 acts, by S. 
Koerner. © 1 C. Apr. S, 11)36; D 
41898 ; Sylvia Koerner, Los Angeles. 

2953 

You judge this woman ! a play in 2 
acts, by B. Foote and II. Segall. © 
1 c. Mar. 30. 1936; D 41706; Brad- 
bury Foote, West New Brighton, 
N. Y., and Harry Segall, New York. 

2954 

Young Atlas ; a comedy-drama in 3 
acts, by E. H. Loeffler. © 1 c. Apr. 
20, 1936 ; D 42165 ; Edward H. Loef- 
fler, New York. 2955 

Your time is up. See First nighter. 

Youth at the helm. See Famous plays 
of 1935. 

Yvon ; by I. Anderson. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1936; D 42290; Isabel Anderson, 
Brookline, Mass. 2956 

Zanzibar ; a travesty in 3 acts, by 
Frank C. Wiley [i. e. F. C. Wiley] 
with incidental music. © 1 c. Apr. 
7, 1936; D 41876; Franklin Camp- 
bell Wiley, Los Angeles. 2957 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the catalog 
since Jan. 1, 1936 : 

Dramatic compositions (including 1,756 unpublished) 2,177 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 86 unpub- 
lished 268 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 8 unpublished) 29 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 4 
unpublished) 22 

Total 2,496 



141 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 

1909 [2957 



Alice in Wonderland. See In Wonder- 
land. 

Barrier (The) ; a play in 4 acts, by Al- 
fred Sutro. © John Gordon Archi- 
bald, London, as the executor. R 
44042, Mar. 26, 1936. 1 

Christmas (The) house party; a 
comedy in 4 scenes, by M. F. Hutch- 
inson. © M. F. Hutchinson, Prest- 
bury, Gloucestershire, England, as 
the author. R 44209', Apr. 6, 1986. 2 

Dr. Hardback's prescription; a play 
for children, in 4 acts, by K. M. Rice. 
© Katharine McDowell Rice, Worth- 
ington, Mass., as the author. R 
44557, Apr. 14, 1986. 3 

Fedra ; tragedia in 3 atti, di G. 
d'Annunzio. © Gabriele d'Annunzio, 
Paris, as the author. R 44705, Apr. 
23, 1936. 4 

Furie (La) ; piece en 5 actes en vers, 
par Jules Bois [i. e. H. A. J. Bois] 
© H. A. Jules Bois, New York, as 
the author. R 44377, Apr. 8, 1936. 

5 



Homme ( L' ) de la montagne ; vaude- 
ville en 3 actes, par Claude Roland 
et Curt Kraatz, adaptation par A. 
de Mauprey [pseud, of A. J. Bloch] 
© Andre Jacques Bloch, Paris, as 
the author of the adaptation. R 
44734, Apr. 23, 1936. 6 

In Wonderland; fairy operetta for 
children, in 2 acts, founded on Lewis 
Carroll's [Charles Lutwidge Dodg- 
son's] book, Alice in Wonderland, 
adapted and lyrics written by E. 
Wheeler, music by Florian Pascal. 
[Libretto only] © Edith Wheeler, 
Belfast, Ireland, as the author. R 
44210, Apr. 6, 1986. 7 

Satan's son; a play in prologue and 
4 acts, by H. W. Bible. © Howard 
Wiswall Bible, Ridgewood, N. J., as 
the author. R 44504, Apr. 11, 1936. 

8 

Uncle Joe's jewel ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by K. M. Rice. © Katharine Mc- 
Dowell Rice, Worthington, Mass., as 
the author. R 44558, Apr. 14, 1936. 

9 



142 



CLASSES L AND M 

MOTION PICTURES 



Absolute quiet; from the story by 
George F. Worts, screen play by 
Harry Clork, produced by John W. 
Considine, jr., directed by George B. 
Seitz. 7 reels. © Apr. 14, 1936 ; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 22 ; L 6291 ; 
Metro-Gold wvn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 2958 

Amateur (The) gentleman; from the 
novel by Jeffery Farnol, freely 
adapted for the screen by Clemence 
Dane and Sergei Nolbandov, dia- 
logue by Clemence Dane, directed by 
Thornton Freeland. 9 reels. © Apr. 
17, 1936; 2 c. and description Apr. 
17 ; L 6275 : Criterion film produc- 
tions, ltd., London. 2959 

Animal cunning ; story and narration 
by A. L. Alexander, edited by Sam 
Citron. (A treasure chest produc- 
tion) Reel. © May 1, 1936; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 30 ; M 6421 ; 
Skibo productions, inc., New York. 

2960 

Animated (An) map of the electric 
field about a 3-phase equilaterally 
spaced transmission line ; by Harlan 
Baldwin Palmer. Reel. ©Mar. 27, 
1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 1 ; description Apr. 
2; M 6329; University of Colorado, 
Boulder, Col. 2961 

Applesauce. See Brides are like that. 

Arbor day: directed by Fred New- 
meyer. (Our gang comedy) 2 reels. 
© Apr. 9, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 16; L 6273: Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 2962 

August week-end; from the story by 
Faith Baldwin, adaptation and 
screen play by Paul Perez, directed 
by Charles Lamont. 7 reels. © 
Apr. 23, 1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 23 ; descrip- 
tion Apr. 24; L 6296; Chesterfield 
motion pictures corp., New York. 

2963 

Avenging waters ; story and screen 
play by Nate Gatzert, directed by 
Spencer Gordon Bennet. 6 reels. 
© Apr. 10, 1936; 2 c. Apr. 10; de- 



scription Apr. 24 ; L 6295 ; Columbia 
pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 2964 

Baldwin's (Faith) August week-end. 
Sec August week-end. 

Bar 20 three. See Three on the trail. 

Barnyard (The) five; story by Walter 
Lantz and Victor McLeod. Reel. © 
Apr. 13, 1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 11 ; descrip- 
tion Apr. 14 ; M 6357 ; Universal pro- 
ductions, inc., New York. 2965 

Batter up. Reel. © Mar. 11, 1936; 
2 c. and description Apr. 8 ; M 6340 ; 
AudiVision, inc., New York. 2966 

Battling the sea beast. See Flash Gor- 
don. 

Betty Boop and little Jimmy; ani- 
mated by Myron Waldman and 
Hicks Lokey, directed by Dave 
Fleischer. Reel. © Mar. 27, 1936; 
2 c. and description Apr. 2 ; M 6330 ; 
Paramount pictures, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 2967 

Big brown eyes ; based on the stories 
Hahsit babe and Big brown eyes by 
James Edward Grant, screen play 
by Raoul Walsh and Bert Hanlon, 
directed by Raoul Walsh. 8 reels. 
© Apr. 3, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 20 ; L 6280; Paramount produc- 
tions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 2968 

Blow-out (The) ; no, 7262, animation 
by Charles Jones and Sidney Suther- 
land, produced by Leon Schlesinger. 
(Looney tunes) Reel. © Apr. 24, 
1936; 2 c. and description Apr. 27; 
M 6393 ; Vitaphone corp., New York. 

2969 

Breezy rhythm ; continuity by Milton 
Hocky and Fred Rath, directed by 
Fred Waller. Reel. © Apr. 10, 
1936 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 27 ; 
M 6388; Paramount pictures, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 2970 

Brides are like that; from the play 
Applesauce by Barry Conners, screen 
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Brides are like that — Continued. 

William McGann. 7 reels. © Mar. 
30, 1936; 2 c. and description Apr. 2 ; 
L 6248; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 2971 

Brilliant marriage ; from the novel by 
Ursula Parrott, screen play by Paul 
Perez, directed by Phil Rosen. 7 
reels. © Apr. 3, 1936; 2 c. Apr. 4; 
description Apr. 9; L 6260'; Invinci- 
ble pictures corp., New York. 2972 

Broadway highlights ; no. 6, narrated 
by Ted Husing, edited by Fred Wal- 
ler, Milton Hocky and Carl Timin. 
Reel. © Apr. 3, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Apr. 20; M 6365; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 2973 

Calling all tars; no. 1941-42, story by 
Jack Henley, Burnet Hershey, di- 
rected by Lloyd French. 2 reels. © 
Apr. 27, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 27; L 6306; Vitaphone Corp., 
New York. 2974 

Captured by shark men. See Flash 
Gordon. 

Clarence E. Mulford's Three on the 
trail. See Three on the trail. 

Cold alone is not enough. Reel. © 
Mar. 12, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 8; M 6342; AudiVision inc., 
New York. 2975 

College dads; no. 1950-51, story by 
Cyrus D. Wood and A. Dorian Otvos, 
directed by Roy Mack. 2 reels. © 
Apr. 20, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 20; L 6284; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 2976 

Comin' round the mountain; original 
story by Oliver Drake, screen play 
by Oliver Drake, Dorrell McGowan 
and Stuart McGowan, directed by 
Mack Wright. 6 reels. © Apr. 27, 
1936 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 27 ; 
L 6312 ; Republic pictures Corp., 
New York. 2977 

Coral isle of the Atlantic. (World on 
parade no. 6) Reel. © Mar. 27, 
1936; 2 c. and description Apr. 30; 
M 6418; Van Beuren corp., New 
York. 2978 

Curwood's (James Oliver) Timber 
war. See Timber war. 

Dance band ; scenario and dialogue by 
Roger Busford, Jack Davies, jr. and 
Denis Waldack, directed by Marcel 
Varnel. 7 reels. © Nov. 18, 1935; 
1 c. Apr. 20, 1936; description Apr. 
21 ; L 6287 ; First division exchanges. 
inc., New York. 2979 



Debonair New Orleans. (Easy Aces 
no. 7) Reel. © Mar. 20, 1936; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 27 ; M 6382 ; 
Van Beuren Corp., New York. 



Desert gold ; from a novel by Zane 
Grey, screen play by Stuart Anthony 
and Robert Yost, directed by James 
Hogan. 6 reels. © Mar. 27, 1936; 
2 c. and description Apr. 2 ; L 6250 ; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 2981 

Destroying ray. See Flash Gordon. 

Double (The) crossky ; no. 1954-55, 
story by A. Dorian Otvos and George 
J. Bennett, directed by Joseph Hena- 
bery. 2 reels. © Apr. 24, 1936 ; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 27; L 6305; 
Vitaphone corp-, New York. 2982 

Double or nothing ; no. 1917-18, story 
by Cyrus Wood and George Bennett, 
directed by Joseph Henabery. 2 
reels. © Apr. 20, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Apr. 20 ; L 6285 ; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 2983 

Doughnuts and society ; screen play 
and original story by Karen De 
Wolf, Robert St. Clair and Wallace 
Macdonald, directed by Lewis D. 
Collino. 7 reels. © Mar. 27, 1936; 
2 c. and description Apr. 15 ; L 6270 ; 
Mascot pictures corp-, New York. 

'2984 

Early bird and the worm. (Happy 
harmonies cartoon in technicolor) 
Reel. © Apr. 10, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Apr. 23 ; M 6379 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

2985, 

Educational (The) role in industrial 
progress ; by Edmund Francis Hack- 
ett. © title, description and 4 
prints reed. Apr. 4, 1936; M 6398; 
International business machines 
corp.. New York. 2986 

Elmer Elephant. Reel. © Apr. 14,. 
1936 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 14 ; 
M 6355; Walt Disney productions, 
ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 2987 

Everybody's doin' it. Reel. © Mar. 
17, 1936 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 8 ; 
M 6346 ; AudiVision, inc., New York. 

2988 

Facts (The) about the Ford; by 
Kenneth W. Vance. Reel. © Feb. 
29, 1936; 1 c. and description Mar. 
30 ; 1 c. Apr. 15 ; M 640S ; Chrysler 
corp., Detroit. 2989? 

Faith Baldwin's August week-end See- 
August week-end. 



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Farmer (The) in the dell; from the 
novel by Phil Stong, screen play by 
Sam Mintz and John Grey, directed 
by Ben Holmes. 8 reels. © Mar. 
0, 1936; 2 c. and description Apr. 6; 
L 6254 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 2990 

Fiesta (La) de Santa Barbara. (M- 
G-M musical revue in technicolor) 
2 reels. © Apr. 2, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 23; L 6294; Metro- 
Gold wyn-Mayer corp-, New York. 

2991 

Fight is right ; story by Ewart Adam- 
son and Jean Yarbrough, produced 
by Lee Marcus, directed by Jean Yar- 
brough. 2 reels. © Apr. 10, 1936; 
2 c. and description Apr. 27 ; L 6299 : 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 

2992 

First a girl; scenario by Marjorie 
Gaffney, directed by Victor Saville. 
8 reels. © Nov. 4, 1935 ; 1 c. Apr. 8, 
1936; description Apr. 9; L 6258; 
Gaumont British pictures corp. of 
America, New York. 2993 

Flash Gordon ; [based on] Alex Ray- 
mond's cartoon strip, screen play by 
Frederick Stephani. George Plymp- 
ton, Basil Dickey and Ella O'Neill, 
directed by Frederick Stephani. 2 
reels each. © Universal produc- 
tions, inc., New York. 2994-2996 

Chap. 3, Captured by shark men. 
© Apr. 9, 1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 9 ; descrip- 
tion Apr. 10 ; L 6262. 

Chap. 4, Battling the sea beast. © 
Apr. 17, 1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 16 ; descrip- 
tion Apr. 20 ; L 6278. 

Chap. 5, The destroying ray. © Apr. 
23, 1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 22 ; description 
Apr. 24; L 6298. 

Flowers for madame ; no. 7001, ani- 
mation by Paul Smith and Don Wil- 
liams, produced by Leon Schlesinger. 
(Merrie melodies) Reel. © Apr. 6, 
1936 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 6 ; M 
6334 : Yitaphone corp., New York. 

2997 

Football bugs ; story by Art Davis, ani- 
mation by Sid Marcus, produced by 
Charles Mintz. Reel. © Apr. 27, 
1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 27 ; description Apr. 
28; M 6396; Screen gems, inc., Los 
Angeles. 2998 

Four-square selling ; by Harry P. Long- 
street. Reel. © Feb. 29, 1936; 1 c. 
and description Mar. 30; 1 c. Apr. 
15; M 6406; Chrysler corp., Detroit. 

2999 



Fox movietone news; v. 18, no. 49-55, 
Laurence Stallings editor. 1 reel 
each. © Mar. 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 
1936 ; 2 c. and description each Apr. 
13 ; M 6348-6354 ; Movietonews, inc., 
New York. 3000-3006 

Framing father ; story by Leslie Good- 
wins and Charles Roberts, produced 
by Lee Marcus, directed by Leslie 
Goodwins. 2 reels. © Apr. 17, 193(5 ; 
2 c. and description Apr. 27 ; L 6301 ; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 

3007 

Frankie and Johnnie ; original story 
by Jack Kirkland, screen play by 
Moss Hart, directed by Chester 
Erskin. 7 reels. © Apr. 23, 1936; 
2 c. Apr. 23 ; description Apr. 24 ; 
L 6297 ; Republic pictures corp., New 
York. 3008 

Fresh from the fleet; story by Wm. 
Watson and Arthur Jarrett, pro- 
duced by Al Christie. (An educa- 
tional coronet comedy) Reel. © 
Apr. 24, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 30 ; L 6316 ; Educational produc- 
tions, inc., New York. 3009 

Fun house ; story by Walter Lantz and 
Victor McLeod, artists Ray Abrams, 
Leo Salkin and Jack Dunham. (A 
Walter Lantz production) Reel. © 
Apr. 27, 1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 25 ; descrip- 
tion Apr. 28 ; M 6397 ; Universal pro- 
ductions, inc., New York. 3010 

Going places with Lowell Thomas ; no. 
20, narrated by Lowell Thomas, pro- 
duced by Charles E. Ford. Reel. © 
Apr. 9, 1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 9 ; description 
Apr. 10 ; M 6347 ; Universal pictures 
corp., New York. 3011 

Good (A) steer; by Harry P. Long- 
street. Reel. © Feb. 29, 1936 ; 1 c. 
and description Mar. 30; 1 c. Apr. 
15 ; M 6416 ; Chrysler corp.. Detroit. 

3012 

Grow or go ; by Paul W. Ivey. Reel. 
© Feb. 29, 1936 ; 1 c. and description 
Mar. 30; 1 c. Apr. 15; M 6404; 
Chrysler corp., Detroit. 3013 

Hahsit babe. See Big brown eyes. 

Half shot shooters ; story and screen 
play by Clyde Bruckman, directed 
by Preston Black. 2 reels. © Apr. 
27. 1936; 2 c. Apr. 27; description 
Apr. 28: L 6313: Columbia pictures 
corp. of Calif., ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 

3014 



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Harbor lights; no. 1859, dialogue by 
Ira Genet, edited by Bert Frank. 
(E. M. Newman's Our own United 
States) Reel. © Apr. 20, 1936; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 20 ; M 6361 ; 
Vitaphone Corp., New York. 3015 

Hell's gulch. See Timber war. 

Home towners. See Times Square 
playboy. 

How service serves the salesman; by 
George H. Hobart. Reel. © Feb. 
29, 1936; 1 c. and description Mar. 
30; 1 c. Apr. 15; M 6411; Chrysler 
Corp., Detroit. 3016 

How to behave; directed by Arthur 
Ripley. Reel. © Apr. 8, 1936 ; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 22; M 6378; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 3017 

I. B. M. dedicates new San Francisco 
office; by Edmund Francis Hackett. 
© title, description and 3 prints 
reed. Apr. 4, 1936; M 6403; Inter- 
national business machines corp., 
New York. 3018 

I feel like a feather in the breeze; 
animated by Thomas Johnson and 
Harold Walker, directed by Dave 
Fleischer. Reel. © Mar. 27, 1936; 
2 c. and description Apr. 3 ; M 6332 ; 
Paramount pictures, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 3019 

I married a doctor ; adapted from Main 
street by Sinclair Lewis, dramatized 
by Harriet Ford and Harvey O'Hig- 
gins, screen play by Casey Robinson, 
directed by Archie Mayo. 9 reels. 
© Apr. 28, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 30; L 6317; Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 3020 

I wanna play house ; animation by Cal 
Dalton and Sandy Walker. (Merrie 
melodies) Reel. © Apr. 20, 1936; 
2 c. and description Apr. 20 ; M 6362 ; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 3021 

I-ski love-ski you-ski ; animated by 
Willard Browsky and George Ger- 
manetti, directed by Dave Fleischer. 
Reel. © Apr. 3, 1936; 2 c. and de- 
scription Apr. 27; M 6387; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 3022 

Jack Denny's orchestra ; no. 1888 ; di- 
rected by Joseph Henabery. Reel. 
© Apr. 6, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 6; M 6335; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 3023 

James Oliver Cur wood's Timber war. 
See Timber war. 



King of the damned; based on the 
play by John Chancellor, screen play 
by Charles Bennett and Sidney Gilli- 
att, directed by Walter Forde. 8 
reels. © Dec. 30, 1935; 1 c. and 
description Apr. 1, 1936; L 6246; 
Gaumont British picture coil), of 
America, New York. 3024 

King of the Pecos; original story by 
Bernard McConville, screen play by 
Bernard McConville, Dorrell Mc- 
Gowan and Stuart McGowan, di- 
rected by Joseph Kane. 6 reels. © 
Apr. 27, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 27 ; L 6311 ; Republic pictures 
corp., New York. 3025 

Know your strength ; by Harry P. 
Longstreet. Reel. © Apr. 17, 1936 ; 
2 c. and description Apr. 27 ; M 6394 ; 
Chrysler corp., Detroit. 3026 

Knows (The) have it; by Harry P. 
Longstreet. Reel. © Feb. 29, 1936 ; 
1 c. and description Mar. 30; 1 c. 
Apr. 15; M 6413; Chrysler corp., 
Detroit. 3027 

Law (The) in her hands; original 
story by George Bricker, screen play 
by George Bricker and Luci Ward, 
directed by William Clemens. 6 
reels. © Apr. 27, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Apr. 30; L 6318; Warner 
bros. pictures, inc., New York." 

3028 

Lawless (The) nineties; original story 
by Joseph Poland and Scott Pem- 
broke, screen play by Joseph Poland, 
directed by Joseph Kane. 6 reels. 
© Apr. 27, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 27; L 6309; Republic pictures 
corp., New York. 3029 

Little Jack Little & orchestra; no. 
1936, directed by Joseph Henabery. 
Reel. © Apr. 25, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Apr. 27; L 6307; Vita- 
phone Corp., New York. 3030 

Living (The) dead; from a play by 
Wallace Geoffrey, adaptation and 
scenario by Frank Miller, directed by 
Thomas Bentley. 7 reels. © Apr. 
6, 1934; 1 c. and description Apr. 
28, 1936; L 6314; First division ex- 
changes, inc., New York. 3031 

Lucky (The) Swede; no. 7120-21, story 
and screen play by Joe Traub, di- 
rected by Ralph Staub. 2 reels. © 
Apr. 6, 1936 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 
6; L 6255; Vitaphone corp., New 
York. 3032 

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Marine follies; directed by Milton 
Schwa rzwa Id. 2 reels. © Apr. 21, 
1986 : 2 c. Apr. 21 : description Apr. 
22 ; L 6290 ; Universal pictures Corp., 
New York. 3033 

Meeting (A) of the board; by Edmund 
Francis Hackett. © title, descrip- 
tion and 3 prints reed. Apr. 4, 
1936 ; M 6402 ; International busi- 
ness machines corp., New York. 

3034 

Midnight blunders; story by Jack 
Leonard and Monte Collins, screen 
play by Preston Black and Harry 
McCoy, directed by Del Lord. 2 
reels. © Apr. 14, 1936; 2 c. Apr. 
14: description Apr. 20; L 6279; 
Columbia pictures corp. of Calif., 
ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 3035 

Milizia territoriale ; di A. De Bene- 
detti, regia di Mario Bonnard. 10 
reels. © Mar. 15, 1936; 1 c. and 
description Apr. 2; L 6251; Nuovo 
mondo motion pictures, inc., New 
York. 3036 

Mimi : freely adapted from Murger's 
La vie de Boheme, adaptation by 
Paul Merzbach, scenario and dia- 
logue by Clifford Grey, Jack Davies 
and Denis Waldrock, directed by 
Paul L. Stein. 8 reels. © Aug. 12, 
1934 ; 1 c. and description Apr. 17, 
1936; L 6274; First division ex- 
changes, inc., New York. 3037 

Mr. Deeds goes to town ; story by 
Clarence Budington Kelland, screen 
play by Robert Riskin, directed by 
Frank Capra. 12 reels. © Apr. 8, 
1936; 2 c. Apr. 8; description Apr. 
9; L 6259; Columbia pictures corp. 
of Calif., ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 

3038 

Molly Moo-cow and Robinson Crusoe ; 
directed by Burt Gillett and Tom 
Palmer. (Rainbow parade no. 6) 
Reel. © Feb. 28, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 1; L 6326; Van 
Beuren corp., New York. 3039 1 

Moon's (The) our home ; adapted from 
the serial The moon's our home by 
Faith Baldwin, screen play by Isa- 
bel Dawn and Boyce DeGaw, addi- 
tional dialogue by Dorothy Parker 
and Alan Campbell, directed by Wil- 
liam A. Seiter. 9 reels. © Apr. 10, 
1936; 2 c. and description Apr. 20; 
L 6281 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 3040 

Moonlight murder ; suggested by the 
original story by Albert J. Cohen 



and Robert T. Shannon, screen play 
by Florence Ryerson and Edgar Al- 
lan Woolf, directed by Edwin L. 
Marin. 7 reels. © Mar. 25, 1936; 
2 c. and description Apr. 1 ; L 624!) ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 3041 

Mulford's (Clarence E.) Three on the 
trail. See Three on the trail. 

My time is your time. Reel. © Mar. 
17, 1936; 2 c. and description Apr. 
8; M 6339 1 ; AudiVision, inc., New 
York. 3042 

Neighbors ; by Edmund Francis Hack- 
ett. © title, description and 4 
prints reed. Apr. 4, 1936; M 6399; 
International business machines 
corp., New York. 3043 

Neptune nonsense ; directed by Burt 
Gillett and Tom Palmer. (Rainbow 
no. 7) Reel. © Mar. 28, 1936; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 27; M 6383; 
Van Beuren corp., New York. 3044 

Never catch the rabbit. (Sports with 
Bill Corum no. 6) Reel. © Apr. 
24, 1936: 2 c. and description Apr. 
27 ; M 6385 ; Van Beuren corp., New 
York. 3045 

Odds in your favor; by George H. 
Hobart. Reel. © Feb. 29, 1936; 
1 c. and description Mar. 30; 1 c. 
Apr. 15; M 6410; Chrysler corp., 
Detroit. 3046 

On the level; by Wayne Hearne. 
Reel. © Feb. 29, 1936; 1 c. and 
description Mar. 30; 1 c. Apr. 15; 
M 6407; Chrysler corp., Detroit. 

3047 

Panic on the air; story by Theodore 
A. Tinsley, screen play by Harold 
Shumate, directed by D. Ross Led- 
erman. 6 reels. © Mar. 31, 1936; 2 
c. Mar. 31; description Apr. 1; L 
6245: Columbia pictures corp. of 
Calif., ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 3048 

Paramount news: 

No. 61-63. 1 reel each. © Feb. 27, 
Mar. 2, 5, 1936; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion each Apr. 20; M 6368-6370; 
Paramount productions, inc., Hol- 
lywood, Calif. 3049-3051 

No. 64. Reel. © Mar. 9, 1936 ; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 20 ; M 6371 ; 
Paramount pictures, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3052 

No. 65. Reel. © Mar. 12, 1936; 2 
c. and description Apr. 20; M 
6372; Paramount productions, inc.. 
Hollywood, Calif. 3053 



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Paramount news — Continued. 

No. 66. Reel. © Mar. 16, 1936 ; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 20 ; M 6373 ; 
Paramount pictures, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3054 

No. 67. 2 reels. © Mar. 19, 1936; 
2 c. and description Apr. 20 ; M 
6374 ; Paramount productions, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 3055 

No. 68, 69. 1 reel each. © Mar. 23, 
26, 1936 ; 2 c. and description each 
Apr. 20 ; M 6375, 6376 ; Paramount 
pictures, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

3056, 3057 

Paramount pictorial 5. 1 reel each. 
© Paramount pictures, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3058, 3059 
No. 9. © Mar. 27, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 3; M 6331. 

No. 10. © Apr. 24, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 27 ; M 6389. 

Paris in New York ; no. 1943-44, story 
by Cyrus Wood and George Bennett, 
directed by Joseph Henabery. 2 
reels. © Apr. 13, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 13; L 6266; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 3060 

Passing (The) of the third floor back ; 
from the story by Jerome K. Jerome, 
screen play by Michael Hogan and 
Alma Reville, directed by Berthold 
Viertel. 8 reels. © Oct. 20, 1935; 
1 c. and description Apr. 13, 1936; 
L 6265; Gaumont British picture 
corp. of America, New York. 3061 

Peak (The) of perfection; by Ken- 
neth W. Vance. Reel. © Oct. 29, 
1935; 1 c. and description Mar. 30, 
1936 ; 1 c. Apr. 15 ; M 6414 ; Chrysler 
corp. Detroit. 3062 

Peak (The) of perfection in design; 
by Kenneth W. Vance. Reel. © 
Oct. 31. 1935; 1 c. and description 
Mar. 30, 1936 ; 1 c. Apr. 15 ; M 6415 ; 
Chrysler Corp., Detroit. 3063 

Petticoat fever ; from the play by Mark 
Reed, screen play by Harold Gold- 
man, directed by George Fitzmaur- 
ice. 8 reels. © Mar. 22, 1936: 2 c. 
and description Apr. 6; L 6256; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 3064 

Plow (The) that broke the plains; 
written and directed by Pare Lor- 
entz. 3 reels. © Mar. 12, 1936 ; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 2 ; M 6327 ; 
Pare Lorentz and Resettlement ad- 
ministration, Washington. 3065 



Plymouth marches on ; by Harry P. 
Longstreet. Reel. © Feb. 29, 1936 ; 

1 c. and description Mar. 30; 1 c. 
Apr. 15; M 6405; Chrysler corp., 
Detroit. 3066 

Popular science ; no. 4, narrative by 
Gayne Whitman. Reel. © Mar. 27, 
1936; 2 c. and description Apr. 3; 
M 6333; Paramount pictures, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 3067 

Pride of the marines ; story by Gerald 
Beaumont, screen play by Harold 
Shumate, directed by D. Ross Leder- 
man. 7 reels. © Apr. 4, 1936 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 4 ; description Apr. 23 ; L 6292 ; 
Columbia pictures corp., New York. 

3068 

Prominent personalities ; text by Rus- 
sell Spaulding. (World on parade 
series no. 5) Reel. © Feb. 21, 1936 ; 

2 c. and description Apr. 27 ; M 6386 ; 
Van Beuren corp., New York. 3069 

Ray Knight's cuckoo newsreel ; bur- 
lesque newsreel by Raymond Knight, 
directed by Harold Godsoe. Reel. 
© Dec. 11, 1935 ; 1 c. Jan. 30', 1936 ; 
1 c. Apr. 11; description Dec. 12, 
1935; L 6263; James H. Harper, 
New York. 3070 

Red Nichols and his world famous 
pennies ; no. 1898, directed by 
Joseph Henabery. Reel. © Apr. 21, 
1936; 2 c. and description Apr. 22; 
M 6377 ; Vitaphone corp., New York. 

3071 

Red River Valley; screen play and 
original story by Stuart E. Mc- 
Gowan and Dorrell McGowan, di- 
rected by B. Reeves Eason. 6 reels. 
© Apr. 27, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 27; L 6310; Republic pictures 
corp., New York. 3072 

Red wagon ; from the novel by Lady 
Eleanor Smith, adaptation by Ed- 
ward Knoblock, scenario by Roger 
Burford and E. Arthur Woods, di- 
rected by Paul L. Stein. 8 reels. © 
May 28, 1935: 2 c. and description 
Apr. 14, 1936 ; L 6268 : First division 
exchanges, inc., New York. 3073 

Revolt of the zombies; by Howard 
Higgin, Rollo Lloyd and Victor 
Halpern, directed by Victor Halpern. 
8 reels. © Apr. 22, 1936; 2 c. Apr. 
17; description Apr. 22; L 6289; 
Academy pictures distributing Corp., 
New York. 3074 



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Rhodes ; based on the book Rhodes by 
Sarah Gertrude Millin, adaptation 
by Leslie Arliss and Michael Bar- 
ringer, dialogue by Miles Malleson, 
directed by Berthold Viertel. 9 
reels. © Feb. 10, 193G ; 1 c. and 
description Apr. 1 ; L 0247; Gaumont 
British picture corp. of America, 
New York. 3075 

Roaming lady: story by Diana Bour- 
bon and Bruce Manning, screen play 
by Fred Niblo, jr. and Earle Snell, 
directed by Albert S. Rogell. 7 reels. 
© Apr. 14. 1936; 2 c. Apr. 14; de- 
scription Apr. 15; L 6269; Columbia 
pictures corp., New York. 3076 

Rolling stones ; by Paul Terry, Man- 
ioc Davis and George Gordon. Reel. 
© May 1, 1930 ; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 30; M 6420: Terrytoons, inc., 
New Roehelle, N. Y. 3077 

Rookie (The) fireman; narrated by 
Don Carney, edited by Fred Waller 
and Leslie M. Roush, commentary by 
Justin Herman. Reel. © Apr. 17, 
1936: 2 c. and description Apr. 20; 
M 6366 : Paramount pictures, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 3078 

Scouting Chevrolet : by Kenneth W. 
Vance. Reel. © Feb. 29, 1936 ; 1 c. 
and description Mar. 30; 1 c. Apr. 
15: M 6409; Chrysler corp., Detroit. 

3079 

"Singing (The) kid; story by Robert 
Lord, screen play by Warren Duff 
and Pat C. Flick, directed by Wil- 
liam Keighley. 10 reels. © Apr. 
24. 1936 : 2 c. and description Apr. 
27 : L 6304 : Warner bros. pictures, 
inc., New York. 3080 

Sky (The) parade; based upon stories 
by Robert M. Burtt and Willfred G. 
Moore, screen play by Byron Morgan, 
Brian Marlow and Arthur J. Beck- 
hard, directed by Otho Lovering. 
7 reels. © Apr. 17, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 20; L 6283; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollvwood, 
Calif. 3081 

Small town girl ; from the book by 
Ben Ames Williams, screen play by 
John Lee Mahin, Frances Goodrich, 
Albert Hackett and Edith Fitz- 
gerald, directed by William A. Well- 
man. 11 reels. © Apr. 6, 1936 ; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 23 ; L 6293 ; 
Metro-Go Id wyn-Mayer Corp., New 
York. 3082 

Spark plug : story by Sid Marcus, ani- 
mation by Art Davis. Reel. © Apr. 



7, 1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 7 ; description Apr. 
9 ; M 6343 ; Screen gems, inc., Los 
Angeles. 3083 

Speed mad ; narrative by Jack Kofoed, 
described by Ford Bond. (News 
world of sports) Reel. © Apr. 8, 
1936; 2 c. Apr. 8; description Apr. 
14; M (5356; Columbia pictures Corp., 
New York. 3084 

Spooks ; story by Arthur Jarrett, di- 
rected by William Watson. Reel. © 
Apr. 17, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 17; L 6276; Skibo productions, 
inc., New York. 3085 

Spy 77 ; adaptation and scenario by 
Arthur Woods, dialogue by Frank 
Vosper, directed by Arthur Woods. 
8 reels. © May 21, 1934 ; 1 c. Apr. 
15, 1936; description Apr. 16; L 
6272 ; First division exchanges, inc.. 
New York. 3086 

Squeaks and squawks ; by Harry P. 
Longstreet. Reel. © Apr. 17, 1936 ; 
2 c. and description Apr. 27 : M 
6895 ; Chrysler corp., Detroit. 3087 

Stars (The) can't be wrong; no. 1937- 
38, continuity by George Bennett, 
directed by Roy Mack. 2 reels. © 
Apr. 20 1 , 1936; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 21; L 6288; Vitaphone Corp., 
New York. 3088 

Steroplane process 1936. © title, de- 
scription and 2 prints reed. Apr. 6, 
1936 ; M 6417 ; Ivan Melville Terwil- 
liger, Altadena, Calif. . 3089 

Sun-chasers ; narrated by Ted Husing. 
( Sportlight) Reel. © Apr. 10, 1936 ; 
2 c. and description Apr. 20 ; M 
6367 : Paramount pictures, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 3090 

Sutter's gold ; based on the story by 
Blaise Cendrars, by arrangement with 
Bruno Frank, screen play by Jack 
Kirkland, Walter Woods and George 
O'Neil, directed by James Cruze. 10 
reels. © Apr. 9, 1936; 2 c. and de- 
scription Apr. 10: L 6261; Universal 
productions, inc., New York. 3091 

Table tennis ; explanatory remarks by 
Pete Smith, directed by David Miller. 
(Sports parade subject) Reel. © 
Mar. 31, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 1; M 6328: Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 3092 

Taste (The) is the test. Reel. © 
Mar. 12, 1936: 2 c. and description 
Apr. 8: M 6341; AudiVision, inc., 
New York. 3093 



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Texas rangers. © title and descrip- 
tion reed. Mar. 21, 1936 ; 163 prints 
reed. Mar. 23; M 6264; Chevrolet 
motor co., Detroit. 3094 

Three little wolves. (Silly symphony) 
Reel. © Apr. 23, 1936; 2 c. Apr. 
23; description Apr. 24; M 6380; 
Walt Disney productions, ltd., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 309-5 

Three on the trail ; [by Clarence E. 
Mulford], adapted, from Bar 20 
three, by Doris Schroeder, screen 
play by Doris Schroeder and Vernon 
Smith, directed by Howard Breth- 
erton. 7 reels. © Apr. 24, 1936; 
2 c. and description Apr. 27 ; L 6308 ; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3096 

Till we meet again ; based on a play 
by Alfred Davis, adapted by Morton 
Barteaux, screen play by Edwin 
Justus Mayer, Brian Marlow and 
Franklin Coen, directed by Robert 
Florey. 8 reels. © Apr. 17, 1936; 
2 c. and description Apr. 20 ; L 6282 ; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3097 

Timber war ; [by James Oliver Cur- 
wood] suggested by the story Hell's 
gulch, screen adaptation by Jos. 
O'Donnell and Barry Barringer, di- 
rected by Sam Newfield. 6 reels. 
© Apr. 6, 1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 6 ; descrip- 
tion Apr. 7; L 6257; Ambassador 
pictures, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

3098 

Time (The), price and why; by Harry 
P. Longstreet. Reel. © Feb. 29, 
1936; 1 c. and description Mar, 30; 
1 c. Apr. 15 ; M 6412 ; Chrysler corp., 
Detroit. 3099 

Times Square playboy; from the play 
Home towners by George M. Cohan, 
screen play by Roy Chanslor, di- 
rected by William McGann. 7 reels. 
© Apr. 16, 1936; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Apr. 16 ; L 6271 ; Warner bros. 
pictures, inc., New York. 3100 

Trail (The) of the lonesome pine; 
based on John Fox, jr's novel The 
trail of the lonesome pine, adapta- 
tion by Harvey Thew and Horace 
McCoy, screen play by Grover Jones, 
directed by Henry Hathaway, 11 
reels. © Mar. 13, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 6 ; L 6253 ; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 3101 

Treachery rides the range ; story and 
screen play by William Jacobs, di- 
rected by Frank McDonald. 6 reels. 



© Apr. 25, 1936; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Apr. 27 ; L 6303 ; Warner bros. 
pictures, inc., New York. 3102 

Triple trouble; story by Charlie Wil- 
liams and Marcy Klauber, produced 
by Al Christie. (An educational 
star personality comedy) 2 reels. 
© Apr. 3, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 17 ; L 6277 ; Educational pro- 
ductions, inc., New York. 3103 

Two in revolt; story by Earl John- 
son and Thomas Storey, screen play 
by Ferdinand Reyher, Frank How- 
ard Clark and Jerry Hutchison, 
directed by Glenn Tryon. 7 reels. 
© Apr. 3, 1936; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Apr. 27; L 6300; RKO-radio 
pictures, inc., New York. 3104 

Unguarded hour ; based on the play 
The unguarded hour by Ladislaus 
Fodor, English adaptation by Ber- 
nard Merivale, screen play by How- 
ard Emmett Rogers and Leon Gor- 
don, directed by Sam Wood. 9 reels. 
© Apr. 2, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 14; L 6267; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 3105 

Universal newsreel. 1 reel each. © 

Universal pictures corp., New York. 

3106-3115 

No. 435, 436. © Feb. 25, 28, 1936; 

2 c. each Apr. 7 ; description each 

Apr. 3; M 6337, 6338. 
No. 437, 438. © Mar. 3, 6, 1936; 

2 c. each Apr. 9; description each 
Apr. 8; M 6344, 6345. 
No. 439, 440. © Mar. 10, 13, 1936; 

2 c. each Apr. 17 ; description each 

Apr. 15; M 6359, 6360. 
No. 441, 442. © Mar. 17, 20, 1936; 

2 c. each Apr. 27 ; description each 

Apr. 22; M 6391, 6392. 
No. 443, 444. © Mar. 24, 27, 1936; 

2 c. each Apr. 30 ; description each 

Apr. 29 ; M 6422, 6423. 

Value (The) of time in education; by 
Edmund Francis Hackett. © title, 
description and 4 prints reed. Apr. 4, 
1936 ; M 6401 ; International business 
machines corp., New York. 3116 

Vie (La) de Boheme. See Mimi. 

Vitaphone billboard; no. 1926. ReeL 
© Apr. 20, 1936; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Apr. 20; L 6286; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 3117 

Vitaphone highlights; no. 1940. Reel. 
© Apr. 20, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 20; M 6363; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 3118 



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no. 4, 1936 



3131 



Vitaphone spotlight; no. 1927. Reel. 
© Apr. 20, 1936'; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Apr. 20; M 6364; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 3119 

We did it. Reel. © Apr. 24, 1936; 
2 c. and description Apr. 27 ; M 6390 ; 
Paramount pictures, inc., Hollywood. 
Calif. 3120 

Wed time (A) story ; story by Al Boas- 
berg, screen play by Leslie Goodwins 
and Charles Roberts, directed by Les- 
lie Goodwins. 2 reels. © Mar. 20, 
1936 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 1 ; L 
6244; RKO-radio pictures inc., New 
York. 3121 

Western (The) trail; by Paul Terry, 
Mannie Davis and George Gordon. 
Reel. © Apr. 3, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Apr. 7; M 6336 ; Terry toons, 
inc., New Rochelle, N. Y. 3122 

Where is Wall street; story by David 
Freedman, directed by Raymond 
Kane. (An educational coronet com- 
edy) 2 reels. © Apr. 10, 1936 ; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 30; L 6315 ; Ed- 
ucational productions, inc., New 
York. 3123 

White (The) hope; story by David 
Freedman, directed by Walter Gra- 
ham. (An educational star person- 
ality comedy) 2 reels. © Mar. 27, 
1936 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 1 ; L 
6243 ; Educational productions, inc., 
New York. 3124 

Winged pageantry. (Struggle to live 
series) Reel. © Feb. 11, 1936; 2 c. 



and description Apr. 30; M 6419; 
Van Beuren Corp., New York. 3125 

Winter at the zoo. (Easy Aces no. 5) 
Reel. © Jan. 31, 1936; 2 c. and de- 
scription Apr. 27 ; M 6381 ; Van Beu- 
ren corp., New York. 3126 

Winter sports. (Sports with Bill 
Corum no. 5) Reel. © Apr. 1, 1936 ; 
2 c. and description Apr. 27 ; M 6384 ; 
Van Beuren corp. New York. 3127 

Witness (The) chair; from the story 
by Rita Weiman, screen play by 
Rian James and Gertrude Purcell, di- 
rected by George Nicholls, jr. 7 
reels. © Apr. 17, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Apr. 27; L 6302; RKO-ra- 
dio pictures, inc., New York. 3128 

Wolf (A) in cheap clothing; by Paul 
Terry, Mannie Davis and George 
Gordon. Reel. © Apr. 17, 1936; 
2 c. and description Apr. 17 ; M 6358 ; 
Terry toons, inc., New Rochelle, N. Y. 

3129 

13 hours by air ; based on a story by 
Bogart Rogers and Frank Mitchell 
Dazey, adaptation by Kenyon Nichol- 
son, screen play by Bogart Rogers, 
directed by Mitchell Leisen. 8 reels. 
© Mar. 27, 1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 2 ; descrip- 
tion Apr. 3 ; L 6252; Paramount pro- 
ductions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

3130 

1934 I. B. M 100% club convention ; by 
Edmund Francis Hackett. © title 
description and 3 prints reed. Apr. 4, 
1936 ; M 6400 ; International business 
machines corp., New York. 3131 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the catalog since Jan. 1, 
1936: 

Motion-picture photoplays 292 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 342 

Total 634 



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COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
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PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 



1936 

VOLUME 9 
No. 5 



UNITED STATES 
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1036 



'HpHE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, 
-*- Group 3, issued monthly, contains titles of Dramatic compositions and 
Motion pictures. 

Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles of the entries made 
in Class "D", Dramatic compositions, and Dramatico-musical compositions, 
arranged alphabetically by title; Class "L", Motion-picture photoplays; and 
Class "M", Motion pictures other than photoplays, arranged alphabetically by 
title. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, the preliminary 
entry of titles has been abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies 
with an application for entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: "D", Class D, 
Dramatic compositions; "L", Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; and "M", 
Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. "©" implies copyright regis- 
tration of a published work followed by date of publication; "© 1 c. J ' stands 
for copyright of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copy- 
right Office of the printed or manuscript copy; and "2 c." for two copies, 
followed by date of their receipt. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been 
renewed under section 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this issue 
immediately following the drama list. 

Imprints. — When the publishers of dramatic compositions are also the claim- 
ants of copyright, their names are omitted from the imprint. 

The annual index contains the names of all copyright proprietors, the names 
of authors and titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion 
pictures. 

The act of March 4, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated 
therein as regards any copyright registration." 

The annual subscription price for the Catalog of Copyright Entries (received 
only for the calendar year) for Part 1, Group 3, is $2.00 for 1936, payable in 
advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal 
money order, express order, or New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices 
of the various parts of the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3. 00 

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Lectures, and Maps 3. 00 

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for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or 
articles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the 
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The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
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CO of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
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by such claimant prior to December 31, 1936. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical composi- 
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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



Across the footlights; a romantic 
drama in prologue and 3 acts, by 
M. L. Hornung, based on the story, 
La marquise, by George Sand [pseud. 
of Madame Dudevaht] © 1 c. May 
!>. 1036; D 42490; Maude Langstaff 
Hornung, Hollywood, Calif. 3132 

Adventures of Bella Donna — private 
detective; by P. Goldstein and S. L. 
Harrow. 1st instalment. © 1 e. 
May S. 1936; D 42471: Phil Gold- 
stein and Sidney L. Harrow, New 
York. 3133 

2nd instalment. © 1 c. May 



22. 1936; I) 42755; Phil Goldstein 
and Sidney L. Harrow, New York. 

3134 

Adventures (The) of Simple Simon; 
[episode no. 1] text by "80" Adams, 
music by Larry P. Nelson. © 1 e. 
May 2. 1986; D 30073; Adolpb 
Abramson and Paul Magill, Phila- 
delphia. 3135 

Aladdin ; a comedy in 3 acts, by Jan 
Kloknc. translated from the Czecb by 
Robert J. Kerner, and adapted by 
Robert J. Kerner and Jane Towne- 
ley. © 1 c. Apr. 4. 1936; D 42GC0 ; 
Robert Joseph Kerner, Berkeley, 
Calif. 3136 

Alexandra the Great ; a musical com- 
edy in 3 acts, text by H. Hawley and 
I*. Stackpole. lyrics by H. Hawley. 
music by P. Stackpole. © 1 c. May 
14, 1936* D 39087; Hugh Hawley 
and Paul Stackpole. New York. 

3137 

American discord ; a social drama in 
1 act, by Edwin A. Gross. © 1 c. 
May 20, 1036: D 42723: Edwin Ar- 
thur Gross. New York. 313S 

American youths' goodwill story; a 
musical play suitable for grade 
school children, by Nettie Braden. 
[1936] fll p.] fob Text. © Feb. 
2(1. 1936; 2 c. Feb. 18; D 42418: 
Nettie Braden, Verona, Pa. 3130 

Amrltsar. Sec Plays of far places. 



And dust to dust: a play in 11 scenes, 
by A. Rand. © 1 c. May 13, 1036; 
D 42558 ; Alfred Rand, New York. 

3140 

And so to war : a satirical comedy, by 
Joe Corrie. Glasgow, Bone & Hnllev 
[1036] 31 p. 12mo. © Apr. 25, 
1936; 1 c. May 14; D 42616; Joe 
Corrie. Seafield, Ayr, Scotland. 

3141 

Ann Worth — housewife; by Thomas 
Dougall. nos. A-S2, A-N3. © 1 c. 
each May 8, 1036: D 42478, 42470; 
Kunsky-Trendle broadcasting corn., 
Detroit. 3142, 3143 

nos. A-84, A-S5. © 1 c. each 



May 13, 1936; D 42551, 42552: Kun- 
sky-Trendle broadcasting Corp., De- 
troit. 3144, 3145 

nos. A-86, A-87. © 1 c. each 



May 20, 1036: D 42720, 42721; Kun- 
sky-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 3146, 3147 

Arizona dude ranch; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Richard Hill Wilkinson. 
Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal 
[1930] 2 p. 1., [31-121 p. diagr. 
12mo. ([Baker's royalty plays]) 
© Apr. 30, 1036; 2 c. May 13; D 
42550 : Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

3148 

Arms and the girl : a screen play, by 
Capt. F. J. Moran and R. Benton. 
© 1 c. May 20. 1£!36; D 42726; 
Francis J. Moran, Gettysburg. Pa., 
and Roderick Benton, Beltsville, Md. 

314!) 

Art a la francais ; by S. Gurvitz. © 
1 c. May 14. 1036: D 42596; Simon 
Gurvitz, Detroit. 3150 

As Maine goes; a caricature in 3 acts, 
by Alvin Josephy, jr. and P. Kali- 
scher. © 1 c. May 4, 1030 ; D 42S12 : 
Alvin M. Jose] thy. jr. and Peter 
Kalischer. New York. 3151 

As the pool reflects ; a 3-act play, by 
A. Noblston. © 1 c. May 5, 1036; 
D 42428 ; Allen Noblston, Toronto. 

3152 



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pt. i. v. 9 



At your service ; no. 1, a series of 
scripts for radio production, by H. 
W. Danzig. © 1 c. May 2, 1936; 
D 42404; Helen W. Danzig, New 
York. 3153 

Babes in the wood ; episodes 1, 2, 3, 10, 
the silly saga of the Crump family, 
by M. Hark and N. McQueen. © 
1 c. each May 4. 1936 ; D 42811 ; Mil- 
dred Hark and Noel McQueen, Chi- 
cago. 3154 

Ball an bord ; operette in 3 akten, von 
Richard Kessler, gesangstexte, von 
Bruno Balz, musik von Walter 
Bromine. Regie- und soufflierbuch. 
Text. © 1 c. May 16, 1936 ; D 42647 : 
Dreiklang-verlag, a. g., Berlin. 3155 

Bandit (A) of the mist; a mystery 
comedy in 1 act for junior high 
schools, by Lindsey Barbee. Chi- 
cago [1936] 32 p. 12mo. (Deni- 
son's junior high school plays) © 
May 20, 1936 ; 2 c. May 23 ; D 42785 ; 
T. S. Denison & co., Chicago. 3156 

Barren (The) field; a drama in 4 
scenes, by J. M. Trout, jr. © 1 c. 
May 6. 1936; D 42450; John Moore 
Trout, jr., Boston. 3157 



See Renfrew of the 



Baseball extra. 
Mounted. 

^Battle hymn ; a play in 3 acts, with 
prologue, by Michael Blankfort. © 
1 c. May 6, 1936; D 42822; Michael 
Seymour Blank'fort, New York. 

3158 

Before the judges; a melodrama in 3 
acts, by T. Orlando. © 1 c. May 26. 
1936; D 42821; Thomas Orlando, 
New York. 3159 

Behind red lights ; a melodramatic 
comedy, by S. Shipman and B. 
Brown. © 1 c. May 7, 1936; D 
42453 ; Samuel Shipman and Beth 
Brown, New York. 3160 

Bells over New York. See Echoes of 

New York town. 
Best (The) man wins. See Wild (A) 

night. 

Bichon. See Snooksie. 

Big Ben strikes twelve; a drama in 3 
acts, by J. Briggs and Louise 
Broomail [pseud, of M. L. Iaccaci] 
© 1 c. Apr. 16, 1936 ; D 42764 ; Jean 
Briggs and Mary Louise Iaccaci, 
New York. 3161 

Billy's butter biscuit hour; a vaude- 
ville sketch, by Edward Bradley. 



Chicago [1936] 15 p. 16mo. (Deni- 
son's vaudeville sketches) © May 
20, 1936 ; 2 c. May 23 ; D 42784 ; T. S. 
Denison & co., Chicago. 3162 

Bishop (The) misbehaves; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by Frederick Jackson. 
New York, London [etc., etc.] 1935. 
118 p. plates. diagrs. 12mo. 
( [French's standard library edi- 
tion]) Acting edition. © Julv 30, 
1935; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1936; D 42622; 
Frederick Jackson, New York. 3163 

Blue (The) boy; a play in 3 acts, by 
Jay Tobias. Chicago [1936] 170 p. 
diagr. 12mo. ( [ Denison' s royaltv 
plays]) © May 4, 1936; 2 c. May 
6; D 42431; T. S. Denison & co., 
Chicago. 3164 

Blue (The) loggia. See Plays of far 
places. 

Boon doggling ; a play in 3 acts, by A 
Blum. © 1 c. May 13, 1936; D 
42546; Abraham Blum, Brooklyn. 

3165 

Brass ring; a play in 3 acts, by Coun- 
tess Magaroff [i. e. G. Magaroff] © 
1 c. May 26, 1936 ; D 42849 ; Genva 
Magaroff, New York. 3166 

Bridge and how ! by W. R. Clark. © 
1 c. May 2, 1936 ; D 42411 ; William 
Russell Clark, Jenkintown, Pa. 

3167 

Bridge miracles ; or, Miracles of steel, 
episode no. 1, a dramatic radio se- 
ries script, by W. W T hite, jr. and 
Ben Harkins [i. e. B. H. Harkins] 
© 1 c. May 18, 1936 ; D 42673 ; Wal- 
ter White, jr. and Benjamin H. 
Harkins, San Francisco. 3168 

Bridge (The) of sighs; a play in 2 
acts, by John Bland [pseud, of P. 
Goodman] © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1936; D 
42350; Philip Goodman, New York. 

3169 

Bridge (The) of the Pink cloud. See 
Plays of far places. 



Broadway, 
town. 



See Echoes of New York 



Builder-upper (The) ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Frank Martin [i. e. F. B. Mar- 
tini © 1 c. May 19. 1936- D 42698: 
Francis B. Martin, Philadelphia. 

3170 

Buried alive; episodes 1-S, by H. Igo. 
© May 18, 1936; D 43070; Harold 
Igo, Yellow Springs, O. 3171 



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no. 5, 1930 



3191 



Bury the dead; by Irwin Shaw. New 
York, Random house [193G] 107 p. 
8vo. © Apr. 13, 1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 11 ; 
D 42417 ; Irwin Shaw, New York. 

3172 

California's hour ; program no. 3, by 
Lord & Thomas radio department. 
© 1 c. May 8, 1936 ; D 42472 ; Lord 
& Thomas, Los Angeles. 3173 

program no. 4, by Lord & Thomas 

radio department. © 1 c. May 11, 
1936 : D 42514 ; Lord & Thomas, Los 
Angeles. 3174 

Apr. 13, 1936, by Lord & Thomas. 

© 1 c. May 8, 1936 ; D 42643 ; Lord 
& Thomas, Los Angeles. 3175 

May 11, 1936, by Lord & Thomas 

radio department. © 1 c. May 18, 
1936 ; D 42682 ; Lord & Thomas, Los 
Angeles. 3176 

May 18, 1936, by Lord & Thomas 

radio department. © 1 c. May 26, 
11.36; D 42817; Lord & Thomas, Los 
Angeles. 3177 

Caliph's (The) wife; by S. E. Nus- 
baum. © 1 c. May 1, 1936 ; D 42490 ; 
Sarah Edna Nusbaum, Philadelphia. 

3178 

Call it love ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
J. Samachson. © 1 c. May 22, 1936 ; 
D 42761 : Joseph Samachson, Tren- 
ton, N. J. 3179 

Camille; a drama in 4 acts, by Allan 
Hoffman, dramatized from the novel 
of the same name, by Alexandre 
Dumas, fils. © 1 c. May 12. 1936: 
D 42529: Allan Alden Hoffman, 
Carmel, Calif. 3180 

Campiello (Der) ; musikalisches lust- 
spiel in 3 aufziigen, aus dem alt- 
venezianisehen strassenleben, text 
von Mario Ghisalberti, nach dem 
gleichnamigen lustspiel, von Carlo 
Goldoni, [musik von] Ermanno 
Wolf -Ferrari. Deutsche uebersetzung 
vom komponisten und Fr. X Friedl. 
Klavierauszug des komponisten. 
Milano. 1936. 7 p. 1., 276 p. 4to. 
Klavierauszug mit German text. © 
Apr. 29. 1036; 1 c. Apr. 29; D39076 : 
G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 3181 

Canadian (The) mammy thon. Sec 
Time storks on. 

Capture (The) of Baby Face. Sec 
While the city sleeps. 



Case (The) of Bumpus vs. Bumpus ; 
a play in 4 acts, by Stephen J. Gil- 
man. © 1 c. May 4, 1936 ; D 42448 ; 
Stephen Joseph Oilman, Maiden, 
Mass. 3182 

Cassandra's temple of knowledge ; 
series 1, 2, by Cassandra [pseud. 
of C. H. Davis] Series 1. © 1 C. 
Feb. 8, 1936; Series 2, © 1 c. May 
23 ; D 42839, 42840 ; Claire H. Davis, 
New York. 3183, 3184 

Causerie sur l'au-dela ; [par] Edmond 
Bertrand. Paris, Editions Eugene 
Figuiere [1936] 2 p. 1., [7]-92 p. 
12mo. © Jan. 4, 1986; 1 c. Apr. 8; 
A— Foreign 31296; Edmond Bert- 
rand, Troyes, Aube, France. 3184* 

Central park. See Echoes of New 
York town. 

Checkmate! a play in 3 acts, by G. 
Lipkind. © 1 c. May 25, 1936; D 
42805 ; Goodman Lipkind, New York. 

3185 

Children of the inn ; a Christmas play, 
bv Jewell Bothwell Tull. Mount 
Vernon, la., The Hillside press, 1933. 
15 p. 8vo. © Nov. 1, 1933; 2 c. 
Apr. 27, 1936 ; D 42509 ; Jewell Both- 
well Tull, Mount Vernon, la. 3186 

Children's day suggestion book; no. 7, 
recitations, exercises, acrostics, 
drills, dialogs, pantomine, tableaux, 
edited bv H. Von Berge. New York, 
1936. 32 p. 8vo. © Mar. 14, 1936 ; 

2 c. and aff. May 21; A A204611 ; 
Tullar-Meredith co., New York. 

3187 

Chiseling chiselers ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
bv Everett Glass. Boston, Mass., 
Los Angeles, Cal. [1936] 96 p. 
12mo. ([Baker's edition of plays]) 
© May 4, 1936; 2 c. May 13; D 
42561 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

3188 

Cholera; a play in 3 acts, by R. F. 
Lee and Gilbert Davis [pseud, of B. 
Davidson, jr.] © 1 c. May 1, 1936: 
D 42366; Raymond Francis Lee and 
Berthold Davidson, jr., Hollywood, 
Calif. 3189 

Choosing careers ; a comedy drama in 

3 acts, by N. Cosentino. © 1 c. May 
1, 1936: D 42367 ; Nicholas Cosentino, 
Brooklyn. 3190 

Christinas (The) orphans; a 1-act 
Christmas play, by Grace Sorenson. 
Chicago [1986] 27 p. 12mo. ([Den- 
ison's Christmas plays]) © May 20, 
1986; 2 c. May 23; D 42782; T. S. 
Denison & co.. Chicago. 3191 



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Christmas (The) that bounced; a 1- 
act Christmas comedy, by Frederick 
G. Johnson. Chicago [1936] 31 p. 
12mo. ( [Denison's Christmas 

plays]) © May 20, 1936; 2 c. May 
23, 1936 ; D 42783 ; T. S. Denison & 
co., Chicago. 3192 

Chrysler air show; by Lee Anderson. 
May 7. 1936. © 1 c. May 6, 1936; 
D 42837; Lee Anderson advertising 



co., Detroit. 



3193 



May 28, 1936. © 1 c. May 

22, 1936; D 42758; Lee Anderson 
advertising co., Detroit. 3194 

City desk; an original script for radio 
broadcast, by Edith Meiser. episode 
no. 4. The interrupted wedding. © 
1 c. May 19, 1936; D 42737^ Mc- 
Knight and Jordan, inc., New York. 

3195 

episode no. 5. The trial of 

Gerald Manners, playwright. © 1 c. 
May 19, 1936; D 42738; McKnight 
and Jordan, inc., New York. 3196 

episode no. 6. The woman 

in the cherry colored hat. © 1 c. 
May 19', 1936; D 42739; McKnight 
and Jordan, inc., New York. 3197 

episode no. 7. Double dum- 
my. © 1 c. May 19, 1936 ; D 42740- ; 
McKnight and Jordan, inc., New 
York. 3198 

Clamour (The) of the people. See 
Vox Popeye. 

Clay pigeon ; a play in 2 acts, by Mar- 
jorie Paradis and Josephine Reid. 
© 1 c. May 6, 1936 ; D 42439 ; Mar- 
jorie B. Paradis, Brooklyn, and Jose- 
phine V. Reid, New York. 3199 

Clock (The) ; a tragedy in 1 act, by R. 
Allan. © 1 c. May 2, 1936 ; D 42414 ; 
Ronald Allan, London. 3200 

Coffin (The) of ice; a radio sketch, by 
L. D. Hollister. © 1 c. May 19', 
1836; D 42692; Len D. Hollister, 
New York. 3201 

College bread; a 1-act play, by M. 
Hendler. © 1 c. Mav 18, 1936; D 
42687 ; Max Hendler, New York. 

3202 

Collier (Le) du Rajah; comedie-bouffc 
en 3 actes, par Walter W. Ellis. 
[Traduction par Charlotte Jeanne 
Neveu] (In Los (Euvres libres, no. 
170) © Aug. 1, 1935; 1 c. Apr. 3, 
1936; I) 41804; Charlotte Jeanne 
Neveu, Paris. 3203 



Come, dear, we must dress ; a play in 
a prologue, 2 acts, and an epilogue, 
by E. Shea and Mary Smith [pseud, 
of D. Rhodes] © 1 c. May 4, 1936; 
D 42567; Evan Shea and Dorothy 
Rhodes, New York. 3204 

Controlling the situation ; a play in 3 
acts, by J. Curtis. © 1 c. May 26, 
1936; D 42814; Edwin Curtis and 
Janet Curtis, Grantwood, N. J. 

3205 

Corner pocket ; a play in 3 acts, by R. 
Rossen. Act 1. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 
1936; D 42444; Robert Rossen, New 
York. 3206 

Act 2, scenes 1 and 2. © 

1 c. Apr. 3, 1936; D 42445; Robert 
Rossen, New York. 3207 

Act 3, © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1936 ; 

D 42446 ; Robert Rossen, New York. 

3208 

Cowbarn, incorporated ; a comedy of 
summer theatres, by R. A. Fox. © 
1 c. May 20, 1936 ; D 42727 ; Russell 
A. Fox, Astoria, Or. 3209 

Crossroads ; a 1-act play, by Margaret 
and Jeanette Greene. © 1 c. May 
22:, 1936 ; D 42843 ; Margaret Greene, 
Richmond Hill, L. I., N. Y. 3210 

Csardas ; operette in 3 akten, von Lad- 
islaus Szilagyi [i. e. Laszlo Szilagyi] 
musik von Dyonys von Buday. Text. 
© 1 c. Apr. 25, 1936 ; D 42:441 ; Julius 
Frank Bard, New York. 3211 

Cup (The) of courage; episode 1, by 
V. S. Adams and D. D. Adee. © 1 c. 
May 15, 1936 ; D 42706 ; Vina Scrip- 
ture Adams and Daniel Demarest 
Adee, Glens Falls, N. Y. 3212 

Cyrano de Bergerac ; par Edmond Ros- 
tand, edited by Leslie Ross Meras. 
New York and London, 1936. xvi p., 
1 1., 282 p. front, (port.) 8vo. 1st 
ed. © Mav 1, 1936; 2 c. May 1 ; aff. 
May 4; A 95001; Harper & bros., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
introduction, notes and vocabulary, 
by Leslie Ross Meras] 3212* 

Danton's tod. See Death of Danton. 

Dark (The) castle. See Plays of far 
places. 

Daughter of Carthage. Sec In the ring. 

Davy Doolittle ; episode 1, a radio coin- 
ed v contest for children, by J. Lewis 
Reid. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1936 ; D 42736 ; 
Brooke, Smith & French, inc.. New 
York. 3213 



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3250 



Day (The) is gone; a play in 3 acts, 
by W. Ohetham-Strode. © 1 c. May 
11, 1936; I) 42510; Warren Chetham- 
Strode, London. 3214 

Death of Danton ; a drama of the 
French revolution, in 3 acts, by 
Georg Biichner, translated and 
adapted by G. F. Sturgis, from the 
German, Danton's tod, by the same 
author. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 11)30; D 
42358 ; Granville Forbes Sturgis, Los 
Angeles. 3215 

Death Valley days; a series of radio 
sketches, by MeCann-Erickson, inc. 
Apr. 10, 1936. Suppressed story. © 
1 e. May 15, 1930; D 42585; Pacific 
coast borax co., New York. 3210 

Apr. 23, 1930. Worthington's 



folly. © 1 c. May 15, 1930; D 
12580; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 3217 

Mav 7, 1930. The saint's 



portrait. © 1 c. May 15, 1930; D 
425X7 ; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 3218 

May 14, 21, 1930. He re- 
mains an Englishman, parts 1 and 2. 
© 1 c. each May 15, 1930 ; D 42588 
42589; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 3219, 3220 

Debt takes a holiday ; a comedy in 1 
act, by Howard Buermann. © 1 c. 
May 14, 1930; D 42595; Howard R. 
Buermann, St. Louis. 3221 

Deep South ; from an original story 
written by M. E. Lee, dramatized by 
M. E. Lee and Albert Tovell. © 1 c. 
May 5. 1930; D 42840; Mary Ella 
Lee, Stamford, Conn. 3222 

Delayed justice; no. 1. The luck of 
Mark street, a series, by A. Oboler. 
© 1 c. May 4, 1930 ; D 42709 ; Arch 
Oboler and Clarence L. Menser, Chi- 
cago. 3223 

Delilah ; by Kell Duncan Parham. 
New Orleans, La., Pelican publishing 
company [19301 x, 82 p. 12mo. © 
Apr. 24, 1930; 2 c. and aff. May 0; 
A 95023; Kell Duncan Parham, New 
Orleans. 3223* 

Deux (Les) clochards ; comedie en 1 
acte. de Maxime Lery [pseud, of M. 
Levyl © 1 c. May 11, 1930; D 
42670 ; Maxime Levy, Paris. 3224 

Devil (The) is good; a play in 3 acts, 
by Jules Smoleroff and Harry Blut- 
man. © 1 c. Apr. 21. 1936; D 42544 ; 
Jules Warren Smoleroff and Harry 
Austin Blutman, New York. .".225 



Devil's (The) power; by Velya Perla 
[pseud, of P. Ceresney] © 1 c. May 
5. 1936; D 42706; Perla Ceresney, 
Toronto. 3220 

Do innocent men die? by Del Sheridan 
[pseud, of E. H. Marx] St. Michel 
( Paris) case. © 1 c. May 4, 1930; D 
42420; Eddy Hope Marx, Los An- 
geles. 3227 

Shaw case. © 1 c. May 4, 



1930; D 42427; Eddy Hope Marx, 
Los Angeles. 3228 

Doctor Billings was right ; a play in 3 
acts, by Anne Mittleman. © 1 c. 
May 9, 1936 ; D 42023 ; Anne R. Mit- 
tleman, Brooklyn. 3229 

Dr. Morton and the discovery of anaes- 
thetics; broadcast Jan. 14, 1930, ra- 
dio drama in science series, by A. 
Gerhard Dehlv. © 1 c. May 15, 
1930 ; D 42841 ; Axel Gerhard Dehly, 
Auburndale, Mass. 3230 

Dodge riddlettes ; nos. 1-15, by Frank 
W. Ferrin. © 1 c. each May 14, 
1936; D 42000-42014; Mid-west re- 
cordings, inc., Minneapolis. 

3231-3245 

Dollars to doughnuts ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Ichabod Hunt. Chicago 
[1930] 111 p. 12mo. (Denison's 
red letter series) © May 20, 1930; 
2 c. May 23 ; D 42787 ; T. S. Denison 
& co., Chicago. 3240 

Dorothea ; a farce-comedy with lyrics, 
in 3 acts, by G. A. Drovin. © 1 c. 
May 15, 1936; D 42025; George Al- 
bert Drovin, Philadelphia. 3247 

Double dummy. See City desk. 

Dreimal die eine ; musikalisches lust- 
spiel in 3 akten, von Schwenzen- 
Malina [i. e. Peter Schwenzen und 
Joseph Bonifazius Malina] musik 
von Edmund Nick. Regie- und 
soufflierbuch. Text. © 1 c. May 16, 
1930; D 42049; Dreiklang-verlag, 
a. g., Berlin. 3248 

Du oder ich ; kammer-operette in 3 
akten, von Erich Einegg. Regie- 
und soufflierbuch. Text. © 1 c. 
May 16, 1936; D 42051; Dreiklang- 
verlag, a. g., Berlin. 3249 

Dummling and the three feathers ; a 
prose-mime, by Lilian I. Sayce. Lon- 
don, 1936. cover-title, 8 p. 8vo. 
(Mime series, no. 4) © May 6, 
1936 ; 1 c. May 14 ; D 42018 ; Joseph 
Williams, ltd., London. 3250 



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Dunbar; a scenario for sound-movie, 
by R. Boyd, based upon the life and 
poems of Paul Laurence Dunbar, 
Negro poet. © 1 c. May 21, 1936; 
D 42747; Rubie Boyd, New York. 

3251 

Dwarf (The) of Uxmal ; a 2-act play 
for marionettes, by D. Z. Stone. © 
1 c. May 29, 1936; D 42866; Doris 
Zemurray Stone, New Orleans. 

3252 

Earth (The) sings; a drama in 3 acts, 
by William Haven [pseud, of W. 
Witte] © 1 c. May 15, 1936; D 
42629; William Witte, Bellerose, 
L. I., N. Y. 3253 

Earth's measure ; a play in 3 acts, by 
L. Croteau. © 1 c. May 5, 1936; D 
42429 ; Leo Joseph Croteau, Exeter, 
N. H. 3254 

Eastern (The) gate. See plays of far 
places. 

Easy money ; a play in 2 acts, by R. F. 
Adkins. © 1 c. May 22, 1936; D 
42819; Robert F. Adkins, Philadel- 
phia. 3255 

Echoes, of chance; a dramatic sketch 
of 13 episodes, for radio, by Robert 
G. Wood. © 1 c. May 12, 1936; D 
42528; Robert Griffin Wood, New 
York. 3256 

Echoes of New York town ; by McCann- 
Erickson, inc. episode 29. Bells over 
New York. © 1 c. May 15, 1936 ; D 
42590; McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. 3257 

episode 30. New York's 

own — the Seventh. © 1 c. May 15, 
1936; D 42591; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 3258 

episode 31. Tony Pastor. © 

1 c. May 15, 1936. D 42592; Mc- 
Cann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

3259 

episode 32. Central park. 

© 1 c. May 15, 1936; D 42593; Mc- 
Cann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

3260 

-episode 33. Broadway. © 



1 c. May 15, 1936 ; D 42594 ; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 3261 

Eclaircie; comedie en 3 actes, de W. 
Aguet and H. Broadwater. © 1 c. 
May 11, 1936; D 42669; William 
Aguet, Paris, and Henry Broad- 
water, London. 3262 



Elizabeth of England ; a play in 45 
scenes, by N. H. Hammond. © 1 c. 
May 29, 1936; D 42868; Natalie 
Hays Hammond, Gloucester, Mass. 

3263 

End is beginning ; a play in 3 acts, by 
P. O'Mara. © 1 c. May 23, 1936 ; 
D 42778; Patrick O'Mara, Baltimore. 

3264 

Envoys extraordinary; a play in 3 
acts, by D. Kenneth Laub. Rev. 
version. © 1 c. May 15, 1936; D 
42632; Desmond Kenneth Laub, 
Grosse He, Mich. 3265 

Eros ; a play in 3 acts, by E. L. Ran- 
som © 1 c. May 23, 1936 ; D 42779 ; 
Ernita Lascelles Ranson, Beech- 
hurst, L. I., N. Y. 3266 

Espoir; piece en 5 actes [par] Henry 
Bernstein. [Paris] 1936. 38, [4] p. 
illus., port. 4to. ([La Petite illus- 
tration, no. 767]) © Apr. 4, 1936; 

1 c. May 14; D 42662; Henry Bern- 
stein, Paris. 3267 

Eternal (The) feminine; or, She got 
her man, a melodrama in 3 acts, by 
Nat Tahnam [pseud, of C. McCor- 
mick] © 1 c. May 4, 1936; D 
42564 : Charles McCormick and Char- 
lotte T. Curley, Chicago. 3268 

Evangelist ; a play in 3 acts, by A. 
Caplin. © 1 c. May 1, 1936; D 
42368 ; Abel Caplin, St. Louis. ' 3269 

Faculty (The) meeting; a 1-act politi- 
cal farcical skit, by Harold B. Dow. 
© 1 c. Apr. 28, 1936 ; D 42376 ; Har- 
old Blanchard Dow, W T estport, Conn. 

3270 

Family (The) across the street; epi- 
sodes 1, 2, a radio program continu- 
ity, by Sheila Murphy [pseud, of 
Cecilia Murphy] © 1 c. each Apr. 
10, 1936 ; D 42351 ; Earnshaw radio 
productions, Hollywood, Calif. 3271 

Familv scene : a 3-act play, by A. H. 
Erskine. © 1 c. May 14, 1936; D 
42615; Andrew H. Erskine, Philadel- 
phia. 3272 

Fancy that ; a reviewsical comedy in 

2 acts, text by J. J. Cohen and M. 
Marks, lyrics by M. Marks. Text. 
© 1 c. May 4, 1936 ; D 42708 ; Mau- 
rice Marks and Julius J. Cohen, New 
York. 3273 

Father, forgive them ; a play in 1 act, 
by L. M. Cherne and H. Denker. © 
1 c. May 6, 1936; D 42435; Leo M. 
Cherne and Henry Denker, New 
York. 3274 



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321)5 



Favorite son ; a comedy in 3 acts, with 
prologue, by A. M. Auerbach and H. 
Wonk. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1936; D 
42349; Arnold M. Auerbach and 
Herman Wouk, New York. 3275 

Fiend (A) ; a play in 3 acts, by V. U. 
Schilling. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1936: D 
42826; Viola Utter Schilling, New 
York. 3276 

First nighter; a radio broadcast. Apr. 
24, 1936. Roadside romance, by An- 
thony Wayne. © 1 c. May 11, 1936 ; 
D 42510; Campana sales co.. Batavia, 
111. 3277 

Fisherman's luck. See Way (The) to 
a man's heart. 

Five short plays with music for the 
tiny tots ; by Karin Sundelof As- 
brand. Dayton. O.. Paine publish- 
ing company 11936] 24 p. 8vo. 
Contents. — The baby bush. — Buy a 
balloon! — Ladies and gentleman! — 
Little magic carpet. — Sailing. Con- 
tains music. © Apr. 2, 1936: 2 c. 
and air". Apr. 6: A 94061; Lurten M. 
Paine, Dayton, O. 3278 

Flight (The) of the swan; a play in 
(i acts, by Margaret Ann Hubbard 
I pseud, of M. L. Hubbard] © 1 c. 
May 25, 1936; D 42790: Margaret 
Lorraine Hubbard, Duluth. 3279 

Folle (La) du ciel ; feerie en 2 parties. 
par H. R. Lenormand, musique de 
Darius Milhaud. Text.' © 1 c. May 
11. 1936; D 42671; Henri Rene 
Lenormand, Paris. 3280 

For tomorrow we live ; by Robert Doug- 
lass Stevenson. © 1 c. May 11, 1936 ; 
D 42515; Minneapolis council of so- 
cial agencies, inc., Minneapolis. 3281 

Forbidden (The) grotto. See Plays of 
far places. 

Four (The) of us; a comedy in 3 acts, 
translated and adapted by Barre 
Dunbar [pseud, of W. L. Dunbar] 
from the German original, Die vier 
gesellen, by Jochen Huth. © 1 c. 
May 28, 1936 : D 42862 ; Wm. L. Dun- 
bar, New York. 3282 

Frame-up (The) ; a radio drama, by 
Laurence R. Cook. © 1 c. May 25. 
1936; D 42807; Laurence Russell 
Cook, Los Angeles. 3283 

Free (A) man. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Friedrich I: komodie von Hans Reh- 
berg. Beilin [1935] 130. [1] p. 
12mo. © Apr. 2, 1935 ; 1 c. July 10 ; 



D 42701 ; S. Fischer verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 3284 

'Frisco ; a 1-act play, by F. Livingston. 
© 1 c. Apr. 22. 1936; D 42774; Frank 
Livingston, Brooklyn. 3285 

Gang busters ; a radio broadcast pro- 
gram, by Benton & Bowles, inc. Apr. 
2$, 1986. © 1 c. May 2, 1936; 1) 
42412; Benton & Bowles, inc., New 
York. 3286 

May 6, 1936. © 1 c. May 12, 

1936; D 42533; Benton & Bowles. 
inc., New York. 3287 



-May 13, 1936. © 1 c. May 

16, 1936 ; D 42655 ; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 3288 

May 20, 1936. © 1 c. May 



23, 1936 ; D 42773 ; Benton & Bowles. 
inc., New York. 3289 

Garden of memories ; a romantic fan- 
tasy in 2 acts, by L. E. Richardson. 
© 1 c. May 6, 1986 ; D 42438 ; Lynda 
Earle Richardson, Boston. 3290 

George Sand, die besiegte siegerin ; 
dramatische operette in 6 bildern, 
von Ernst Leenen. Textbuch des 
komponisten. Text. © 1 c. May 16, 
1936; D 42648; Dreiklang-verlag, a. 
g., Berlin. 3291 

Girl reporter ; episodes 1-3, a radio pro- 
gram continuity by Muriel Vernon. 
© 1 c. each Apr. 10, 1936 ; D 42352 ; 
Earnshaw radio productions, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3292 

Glass hill ; a 1-act play, by M. Kanin 
and Nat Harris [pseud, of N. Horo- 
witz] © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1986 ; D 42540 ; 
Myer Kanin and Nat Horowitz, New- 
York. 3293 

Gloria and der clown ; operette in 3 
akten, von Julius Horst, gesangstexte 
von Rudolph Bertram und J. Horst, 
musik von Robert Stolz. Regie- und 
soufflierbuch. Text. © 1 c. May 16, 
1936 ; D 42653 ; Doremi musikverlag, 
a. g., Basel, Switzerland. 3294 

God (The) who was tired (Ritual with 
music to accompany) ; by J. W. 
Gould, arranged for the author, by 
Charles Dickenson. Contains music 
© lc. Feb. 24, 1936 ; D 41728 : Janet 
Williams Gould, Corona, Calif. 

3295 

Golden (The) goddess. Sec Plays of 
far places. 



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Good neighbors ; a dramatization of a 
Near east foundation project, by 
Stella Marek dishing. © 1 c. Mav 
5, 1936 ; D 42425 ; Near East founda- 
tion, New York. 3296 

Grass 'cross the river ; a play in 3 acts, 
with prologue and epilogue, by R. H. 
Clurglass. © 1 c. May 12, 1936; D 
42530; Reuben Henri Clurglass, 
Brooklyn. 3297 

Great Anthony ; a play in 3 acts, by 
P. H. Jordan. © 1 c. May 5, 1936; 
D 42430; Philip Harding Jordan, 
New York. 3298 

Great (The) gay road; a comedy 
drama in 3 acts, by N. Macdonald. © 
1 c. Mar. 7, 1936 ; D 42356 ; Norman 
Macdonald, Hollywood, Calif. 

3299 

Great (The) impostor; a play in 8 
scenes, by R. Rockafellow, based on 
Les memoires d'un medicin, by 
Alexandre Dumas [pere] © 1 c. 
May 4, 1936 ; D 42443 ; Ralph Rocka- 
fellow, Forest Hills, N. Y. 3300 

Great (The) woman; a play in 3 acts, 
by Irene Myers [i. e. M. I. Myers] 
© 1 c. May 2, 1936 ; D 42370 ; Mary 
Irene Myers, Hutchinson, Kan. 

3301 

Greatest (The) commodity; by 
Howard L. Peck. © 1 c. May 11, 
1936; D 42512; Olivia Peck, Mil- 
waukee. 3302 

Greatest (The) find since Garbo ; a 
farce in 3 acts, by R. Birchard. © 
1 c. May 15, 1936; D 42624; Ralph 
Birchard, Los Angeles. 3303 

Green (The) Hornet; by Francis 
Striker, nos. A-27, A-28. © 1 c. 
each May 8, 1936; D 42483, 42484; 
Kunsky-Trendle broadcasting corp., 
Detroit. 3304, 3305 

nos. A-29, A-30. © 1 c. 

each May 13, 1936 ; D 42553, 42554 ; 
Kunsky-Trendle broadcasting corp., 
Detroit. 3306, 3307 

nos. A-31. A-32. © 1 c. each 

May 20, 1936; D 42718. 42719; 
Kunsky-Trendle broadcasting corp., 
Detroit. 3308, 3309 

Green (The) turban; a romance of 
the desert, in a prologue and 2 acts, 
book, lyrics, and music by B. Harper. 
Rev. version. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1936; 
D 42752; Bruce Harper, Montclair, 



N. J. [Copyright is claimed on 
revisions and additions of a work 
heretofore copyrighted under the 
title of Mohammed] 3310 

Hagadah ; text von Max Brod und 
Georg M. Langer, oratorium nach 
worten der heiligen schrift und der 
iiberlieferung. musik von Paul Des- 
sau. Textbuch. © 1 c. May 1, 1936 ; 
D 42423; Tibuch musikverlag, 
Vienna. 3311 

Hail alma mater ; a play in 3 acts, by 
P. Brown. © 1 c. May 14, 1936 ; D 
42597 ; Polly Brown. Bangor, Me. 

3312 

Hail, Columbia ! a comedy in 3 acts, by 
M. Eustis. © 1 c. May 12, 1936; D 
42532; Morton Eustis, New York. 

3313 

Hash, heesh ; an oriental spectacle in 
2 acts, by A. Caplin. © 1 c. May 
13, 1936; D 42835; Abel Caplin, St. 
Louis. 3314 

Haunted harem ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Fred Ballard [i. e. J. F. Ballard] © 
1 c. May 16, 1936; D 42657;. John 
Frederick Ballard, Peterborough, 
N. H. 3315 

He and God ; a new drama in 3 acts, 
by D. Hyde and M. Kohn. © 1 c. 
May 14, 1936; D 42599; Donald 
Hyde, New Y r ork, and Max Kohn. 
Newark, N. J. 3318 

He is risen ! an Easter drama, by 
Marguerite Montapert. © 1 c. May 
22, 1038; D 42762; Marguerite Bur- 
ton Montapert, Los Angeles. 3317 

He remains an Englishman. See Death 
Valley days. 

Hear no evil ; a new play in 9 scenes, 
by A. E. Kahn and H. E. Wheelock, 
jr. © 1 c. May 21, 1936 ; D 42749 ; 
Harry E. Wheelock, jr., South Bend, 
Ind., and Albert E. Kahn, Chicago. 

3318 

Heavenbound pilgrims ; by J. W. Har- 
rison. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1936 ; D 42639 ; 
Julie Walker Harrison, Natchez, 
Miss. 3319 

Heavenly knight ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by E. Stanley. © 1 c. May 22, 1936 ; 
D 42763; Edwin Stanley, Hollywood, 
Calif. 3320 

Here comes the circus ; scripts nos. 1-3, 
by E. Nitterauer. © 1 c. each Apr. 
22, 1936; D 42542; Estelle Nitter- 
auer, Minneapolis. 3321 



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3345 



Herz im kampf ; komodie in 3 akten. 
von Johann Ricker. Regie- und 
soufflierbueh. © 1 c. May 16, 1936 ; 
D 42652; Dreiklang-verlagl, a. g., 
Berlin. 3322 

Herz in gefahr ; theaterstiiek in 3 
akten, von Maria Lehne [pseud, of 
Martha Schenk] © 1 c. May 6, 
1936; D 42666; Arthur Hirsch, Ber- 
lin-Charlottenburg. 3323 

Hob nob; a play in 3 acts, by C. 
Andrews and M. Kanin. ©lc. May 
7, 1936; D 42466; Myer Kanin and 
Clark Andrews, New York. 3324 

Holy innocents ; a 3-act comedy, by 
W. W. Whalen. © 1 c. May 19, 1936 ; 
D 42695 ; Will W. Whalen, Orrtanna, 
Pa. 3325 

Home sweet home; chapters 246-267, 
by Archie Coates. © 1 c. each May 
4, 1936 ; D 42398 ; Procter & Gamble 
CO., Cincinnati. 3326 

Honey (The) pot; a drama in 2 acts, 
by George Alexander [pseud, of A. 
B. Oxford] © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1936; 
D 42645; Anita Bender Oxford, 
Woodcliffe, N. J. 3327 

Honeychild, ltd. ; a comedy in* 3 acts, 
by H. Ehrenreich and R. Diamond. 
© 1 c. May 9, 1936; D 42772; Her- 
man Ehrenreich and Richard Dia- 
mond, New York. 3328 

Honeymoon flats ; a comedy-farce in 3 
acts, by A. H. Hassey. © 1 c. May 
22, 1986 ; D 42759 ; Amanda H. Has- 
sey. Portland. Or. 3329 

Honeymoon inn ; a farce in 3 acts, by 
E. J. Gilbert. © 1 c. May 27, 1936; 
D 42834; Earl Jay Gilbert. New 
York. 3330 

Hoosier (The) school-master; a folk- 
comedy in 3 acts, by L. Norvelle, 
based upon the first edition of a 
novel of the same title by Edward 
Eggleston. © 1 c. May 6, 1936; D 
42824; Lee Norvelle, Bloominston. 
Ind. 3331 

House (The) in the wind. Sec Plays 
of far places. 

How about a dance? a comedy in 3 
acts, by Frances Parker. © 1 c. 
Apr. 11. 1936 ; D 42357 ; Frances Ed- 
wina Parker, New York. 3332 

How to propose marriage in French: 
by S. Gurvitz. © 1 c. May 12. 1986 ; 
D 42527 ; Simon Gurvitz, Detroit. 

3333 



How to speak to a gendarme; by S. 
Gurvitz. © 1 c. May 5, 1936; D 
42424; Simon Gurvitz, Detroit. 

3334 

Hudson motors. See Sidewalk re- 
porter. 

Hyacinth girl ; text and music, by I. 
Archer. © 1 c. May 15, 1936; D 
39086; Irene Archer, Lexington, Ky. 

3335 

I beg to remain ; a farce in 3 acts, by 
Selena Royle and Harry Shale. © 
1 c. May 4, 1936; D 42401; Harry 
Shale, jr., Larchmont, N. Y. 

3336 

Ida and Eve; a play in 3 acts, by F. 
Weissberger-Brentano. © 1 c. May 
23, 1936; D 42780; Felix Weissber- 
ger-Brentano, New York. 3337 

Immortality for sale; or, The magnifi- 
cent bastard, a play in 3 acts, by V. 
E. Cappa. © 1 c. May 16, 1936; D 
42751 ; Victor E. Cappa, Brooklyn. 

3338 

In the car; a play in 1 act, by R. Al- 
lan. © 1 c. May 2, 1936; D 42413; 
Ronald Allan, London. 3339 

In the chains of the law ; a melodrama 
by Velya Perla [pseud, of P. Ceres- 
ney] © 1 c. May 5, 1936; D 42768; 
Perla Ceresney, Toronto. 3340 

In the ring ; or, Daughter of Carthage, 
a play in 4 acts, by C. Root. © 1 c. 
May 9, 1936 ; D 42494 ; Charlet Root, 
New York. 3341 

Incidents in the lives of the happy 
Holmes ; episodes nos. 1-6, by H. G. 
Keiper. © 1 c. each Apr. 3, 1936; 
D 42355 ; Harry George Keiper, Los 
Angeles. 3342 

Incredible (The) eve; a play in 3 acts, 
by R. R. Lee and Gilbert Davis, [pseud, 
of B. T. Davidson, jr.] © 1 c. May 

27, 1936; D 42832; Raymond Francis 
Lee, Hollywood, Calif., and Berthold 
T. Davidson, jr., Los Angeles. 

3343 

Insel (Die) der uberrasehungen ; ein 
spiel in 2 akten und einem prolog, 
von Bernard Shaw, deutsch von 
Siegfried Trebitsch. Berlin [1935] 
3 p. 1., 9-87, [1] p. 12 mo. © Mar. 

28, 1935; 1 c. July 10; D 42702; S. 
Fischer verlag. a. g., Berlin. 3344 

Interju ballay Martaval ; szinmii 3 
felvonasban, irta Halasz Imre [i. e. 
Imre Halasz] © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1936; 
D 42422; Alexander Marton, Buda- 
pest. Hungary. 3345 



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3346 



pt. I. v. 9 



Interrupted wedding. See City desk. 
Isle (The) of the Silver bow. See 
Plays of far places. 

Isn't love wonderful? a comedy in 3 
acts, by J. J. Murray, jr. © 1 c. 
May 25, 1936; D 42808; James J. 
Murray, jr., Somerville, Mass. 

3346 

Israel's children ; a 1-act playlet, by S. 
M. Segal and Lucy Finkel. © 1 c. 
May 9, 1936; D 42498; Samuel M. 
Segal, Brooklyn. 3347 

It may happen here ; a children's fan- 
tasy in 2 scenes, by E. M. Fry. © 
1 c. May 25, 1936 ; D 42801 ; Eva M. 
Fry, New York. 3348 

It might happen to you ; a play in 3 | 
acts, by Leon Lord [pseud, of H. L. 
Hersom] © 1 c. May 8, 1936; D 
42475; Harold Lester Hersom, Los 
Angeles. 3349 

It must be spring; a comedy in pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by Pauline Jamer- 
son and Harry Shale. © 1 c. May 
7, 1936; D 42460; J. Harry Shale, 
jr., Larchmont, N. Y. 3350 

Je vivrai un grand amour; piece in- 
edite en 3 actes, par Steve Passeur 
[pseud, of Etienne Morin] (In Les 
OZuvres lib-res, no. 175) © Jan. 1, 
1936 ; 1 c. May 11 ; D 42534 ; Etienne 
Morin, Neuilly-s-Seine, France. 3351 

Joe Green's recovery ; a comedy sketch 
in 1 scene, by R. Benton. © 1 c. 
May 20, 1936; D 42725; Roderick 
Benton, Beltsville, Md. 3352 

John Marshall ; an historical play in 
4 acts, by S. Teiser. © 1 c. May 15, 
1936 ; D 42630 ; Sidney Teiser, Port- 
land, Or. 3353 

Join in the chorus; a play in 3 acts, 
by Griffith Miller [i. e. A. G. Miller.] 
© 1 c. May 7, 1936 ; D 42468 ; Albert 
G. Miller, New York. 3354 

Jonah; a biblical play, by Cedric 
Mount. [London] Play rights & 
publications, ltd., 1935; 15 p. 8vo. 
(The Amateur theatre series of 

. plays) © Dec. 30, 1935; 1 c. May 
14, 1936; D 42619; Cedric Mount, 
London. 3355 

Kaltenmeyer's kindergarten ; a special 
script for amateur presentation, by 
Harry Lawrence and Bruce Kam- 
ffian. © 1 c. May 1, 1936; D 42365; 
National broadcasting co., inc., New 
York. 3356 



Kelvinator refrigerator. See Sidewalk 
reporter. 

Kentucky (The) twins; instalments 
nos. 1-30, a radio dramatic series, 
by J. K. Martin. © 1 c. each May 
14, 1936; D 42583; Jessie Knott 
Martin, Chicago. 3357 

Keys (The) of Canterbury; (a Som- 
erset folk-song) a mime play, by 
Lilian I. Sayce. London, 1936. 
cover-title, 8 p. 8vo. (Mime series, 
no. 2) © May 6, 1936; 1 c. May 14; 
D 42621 ; Joseph Williams, ltd., Lon- 
don. 3358 

Kit Marlowe; a play in 3 acts, by 
Gladys Requa. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1936; 
D 42:848; Gladys Anderson Requa, 
Lake Forest, 111. 3359 

Kohlishe broit; a drama in 3 acts, by 
N. Angel. 

pK ]Vbj?k 3 px xaxm ;B'm ytp'Vnp 
.Vyjflx. 3 ]is ^vt^s 12 
© 1 c. May 12, 1936 ; D 42707 ; Na- 
than Angel, Oswego, N. Y. 3360 

Krazi-inventions ; no. 2; by J. Lowell. 
© 1 c. May 16, 1986; D 42654; 
Juliet Lowell, Scarsdale, N. Y. 

3361 

Lachende (Der) dritte ; bauernko- 
modie in 3 akten, von Plans Naderer. 
Regieund soufflierbuch. © 1 c. Apr. 
23, 1936; D 42442; Verlag Max 
Pfeffer, Vienna. 3362 

Leading (The) lady; an historical ro- 
mance of colonial Williamsburg, 
1768, by L. S. Buchanan. © 1 c. 
Apr. 17, 1936; D 42419; Lelia Scott 
Buchanan, Richmond. 3363 

Least resistance; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. Portner. © 1 c. May 20. 1936; 
D 42872; Mayer Portner, New York. 

3364 

Lecture ; comedie en 1 acte [par] 
Claude Roger-Marx. Paris, Stock, 
1936. 3 p. 1., [9]-47 p. 12mo. © 
Mar. 6, 1936 ; 1 c. May 11 ; D 42660 ; 
Claude Roger-Marx, Paris. 3365 

Legend (The) of the red hands; a 
1-act play for marionettes, by D. Z. 
Stone. © 1 c. May 29, 1936; D 
42865; Doris Zemurray Stone, New 
Orleans. 3366 

Leichte kavallerie ; volksspiel in 3 
akten, von A. Miiller und H. Bren- 
necke, musik von Franz von Suppe, 
nmsikalische neufassung von Horst 
Platen. Klavierauszug [mit text] 



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no. 5, 1936 



3418 



Berlin [1935] 69 p. fol. © Sept. 
15. 1935 ; 1 c. May 2, 1936 ; D 39083 ; 
Ed. Bote & G. Bock, g. m. b. h., 
Berlin. 3367 

Let's see what happens; a play in 3 
arts, by A. M. Plyer. © 1 e. May 6, 
1936; D 42434; Arthur Mabb Plyer, 
New York. 3368 

Lie (The) detector; a play in 1 act, 
by E. Keoier. © 1 c. May 18, 1936; 
I) 42734; Eloise Keeler, Hollywood, 
Calif. 3369 

Life (The) of Mary Sothem ; by Don 
Becker. scripts nos. 390-404. 
scripts nos. 390-401, © 1 c. each May 
8, 1930: scripts nos. 402-404, © 1 C. 
each. May 13; D 42568-42582; Cros- 
ley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

3370-3384 

scripts nos. 405, 406. © 1 c. 

each May 14. 1936; D 42703, 42704; 
Crosier radio corp., Cincinnati. 

33S5, 33S6 
scripts nos. 407-414. Scripts 



nos. 407-111, © 1 c. May 20. 1936: 
Scripts nos. 412-414, © 1 c. May 25; 
D 42850-42857; Crosley radio corp.. 
Cincinnati. 3387-3394 

Life plays a tune ; a play in 3 acts, by 
H. Zeiger. © 1 c. May 29, 1936; D 
42870; Harry Zeiger, Brooklyn. 

3395 

Life savings ; a play in a prologue, 3 
acts, and an epilogue, by W. I. Siro- 
vich. © 1 c. May 18, 1936 ; D 42688 ; 
William I. Sirovich, New York. 

3396 

Lily Daventry ; a play in 3 acts, by 
K. Van Riper. © 1 c. May 12, 1936 ; 
D 42531 ; Kay Van Riper, Los Ange- 
les. 3397 

Lily ! Lily ! operette en 3 actes, de H. 
Nonn. Text. © 1 c. May 14, 1936; 
D 42672; Hugues, Nonn, Paris. 

3398 

Lion's (The) den; a play in 2 acts, by 
H. L. Baum. © 1 c. May 18, 1936; 
D 42684 ; Harry L. Baum, Denver. 

3399 

Littlebaby's votes; an English version 
in 3 acts, by V. Ludlum, of the 
French play. Mon depute et sa 
femme, bv Robert Bodet. © 1 c. 
May 1, 1936 : D 42363 ; Victoria Lud- 
lum, New York. 3400 

Lone (The) Ranger; by Francis 
Striker, nos. A-113— A-115. © 1 c. 
each May 8. 1936; D 42480-42482; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

3401-3403 



nos. A-116— A-118. © 1 c. 

each May 13, 1936; D 42548-42550; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

3404-3406 

nos. A-119— A-121. © 1 c. 

each May 20, 1936; D 42715-42717; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

3407-3409 

Looking for trouble; episode 1, a radio 
comedy contest, by J. Lewis Reid. 
© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1936; D 42735; 
Brooke, Smith & French, inc., New 
York. 3410 

Lost (The) race; a 1-act play of In- 
dian life, legends and history, by 
M. M. Lawrence. © 1 c. May 20, 
1936; D 42724; Maude Maury Law- 
rence, Galesburg, 111. 3411 

Loud sing cuckoo ; a play of today, in 
3 acts, by R. E. MacAlarney. © 1 c. 
May 22, 1936 ; D 42760 ; Robert Em- 
met MacAlarney, New York. 3412 

Love after breakfast ; a blackout skit 
in 1 act, by Hamilton Wright. © 
1 c. May 19, 1936; D 42694; Hamil- 
ton Wright, Hempstead, L. I., N. Y. 

3413 

Love wins. See While the city sleeps. 

Love's big fight. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Loves (The) of Madelaine Ames; by 
Cassandra [pseud, of C. Davis] © 
1 c. Feb. 8, 1936; D 42838; Claire 
Davis, New York. 3414 

Low and outside. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Luck (The) of Mark street. See De- 
layed justice. 

Lucky Lawson ; episode 1, by N. R. 
Goldman. © 1 c. May 21, 1936; D 
42745; Norman Robert Goldman, 
Chicago. 3415 

Mad (The) hatters; a farce-comedy in 
3 acts, by V. Perdue. © 1 c. May 
18, 1936 ; D 42741 ; Virginia Perdue, 
Los Angeles. 3416 

Madam is served ; a play in 3 acts, by 
L. Rising. © 1 c. May 4, 1936; D 
42813 ; Lawrence Rising. New York. 

3417 

Madison street ; or, Mischief in the 
air, a play in 3 acts, by S. Venetoff 
and A. Coch. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1936; 
D 42753 ; Sonya Venetoff, Indianapo- 
lis, and Angel Coch, New York. 

3418 



163 



CATALOG OF COPYKIGHT ENTRIES 



3419 



pt. I. v. 9 



Madchen (Ein) aus gutem hause ; lust- 
spiel in 3 akten ; von Lajos Zilahy. 
© 1 c. May 7, 1936 ; D 42665 ; Octava 
biihnen- und musikverlag, a. g., 
Ziirich, Switzerland. 3419 

Magic (The) voice; enisodes nos. 
1-37, by Augustus Barratt. © 1 c. 
each May 4, 1936 ; D 42400 ; Procter 
& Gamble co., Cincinnati. 3420 

Magnificient (The) bastard. See Im- 
mortality for sale. 

Manna from heaven ; a play in 3 acts, 
by W. A. Orr and B. Chase. © 1 c. 
Apr. 20, 1936; D 42710; William A. 
Orr, New York, and Borden Chase, 
Great Neck, N. Y. 3421 

Marquise (La) See Across the foot- 
lights. 

Marty ; series I, episodes 1-13, an orig- 
inal radio script, by R. G. Swan. © 
1 c. each May 6, 1936 ; D 42765 ; Rob- 
ert Giles Swan, Cleveland. 3422 



See Nincompoop 



Masquerader (The) 
(The) 

Maybe so ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Stephen J. Gilman. © 1 c. May 4, 
1936; D 42449; Stephen Joseph Gil- 
man, Maiden, Mass. 3423 

Melody (The) that was lost; a comedy 
about Jones in 21 pictures, in pro- 
logue and 2 acts, translated from the 
Danish, by N. Bonnesen and H. Voss. 
© 1 c. May 13, 1986; D 42845; Nils 
Bonnesen and Helene Voss, New' 
York. 3424 

Memoires (Les) d'un medicin. See 
Great (The) impostor. 

Mesearuhaz; operett 3 felvonasban, 
irta Szilagyi Laszlo [i. e. Laszlo 
Szilagyi] zenejet szerzette Eisemann 
Mihaly [i. e. Mihaly Eisemann] 
Text. © 1 c. Apr. 25 ,1936; D 42440 ; 
Julius Frank Bard, New York. 3425 

Michael; the story of a garden in Ire- 
land, in 2 acts, by B. W. Newman. 
© 1 c. May 13, 1936 ; D 42556 ; Ber- 
tha W. Newman, Leominster, Mass. 

342:6 

Midsummer (A) night's dream. See 
Silver lace. 

Ming (The) vase; a play in 3 acts, by 
Marguerite E. Taggart. Rev. ver- 
sion. © 1 c. May 9, 1936 ; D 42497 ; 
Marguerite Estelle Taggart, Seattle. 

3427 

Miracles of steel. See Bridge miracles. 



Mischief in the air. See Madison 
street. 

Miss Gay's adventures in first aid. See 
Mrs. Black takes a little rest. 

Miss Temple is willing; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Paul L. Berney. © 1 c. May 
14, 1986; D 42636; Paul Luck Ber- 
ney, New York. 3428 

Mr. Pepper ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
John R. Newcomb. © 1 c. May 8, 
1986; D 42485; John Ray Newcomb, 
Indianapolis. 3429 

Mrs. Black takes a little rest ; by M. D. 
Hopkins. (Miss Gay's adventures in 
first aid) © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1936; D 
42092; Margaret Daly Hopkins, New 
York. 3430 

Modern (A) morality play on social 
justice; in 3 episodes, by W. Leo 
Batten and Charles T. Broderick, 
with the collaboration of Thomas J. 
Fitzmorris, New York, N. Y. [1936] 
42, [1] p. 8vo. © Apr. 30, 1936; 
2 c. and aff. May 16; AA 204501; 
Fordham university press, New York. 

3431 

Mohammed. See Green (The) turban. 

Moist earth ; by Malcolm Stewart [i. e. 
James Malcolm Stewart] © 1 c. 
Feb. 17, 1936; D 42545; Dovie A. 
Stewart, Katy, Tex. 3432 

Mon depute et sa femme. See Little- 
baby's votes. 

Mother in the shadow; a drama of 
mother love in 3 acts, by Lillian 
Mortimer. Chicago [1936] 97 p. 
diagr. 12mo. ( [Denison's select 
plays]) © Apr. 221, 1936; 2 c. Apr. 
24; D 42226; T. S. Denison & co., 
Chicago. 3433 

Mother's day. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Much ado about Tony ; or, Salute to 
the modern newspaper, a 1-act play, 
by J. W. Young. © 1 c. May 25, 
1986; D 42804; John Wray Young, 
Hutchinson, Kan. 3434 

Murder in the crystal ; a 3-act comedy- 
drama, by Noel Walters [pseud, of 
N. H. Beierwaltes] © 1 c. May 11, 
1936 ; D 42517 ; Nell H. Beierwaltes, 
Hollywood, Calif. 3435 

Murder in the red barn ; a play in 2 
acts, with prologue, by G. Bell. © 
1 c. May 29, 1936; D 42869; Gait Bell, 
Los Angeles. 3436 



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no. 5, 1936 



3459 



Music-master sketches; nos. 1-10, dem- 
onstrating the family groups, tonal 
coloring, blends and contrasts of 
stringed, woodwind and brass in- 
struments, text and music by M. L. 
Lake. © 1 c. May 1, 1936 ; D 39077 ; 
Mayhew Lester Lake, Palisade, N. J. 

3437 

Musical miniatures of United States 
history, and advent of the New 
deal; episode no. 1, by D. C. Ney. 
Text. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1936; D 41870; 
Dorothy Collins Ney, Brooklyn. 

3438 

Musician's (The) court; no. 1, by 
Leighton Keith. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 
1936; D 42420; Harold Orlob, New 
York. 3439 

My dear Mrs. Bixby ; a drama of the 
civil war, in 11 scenes, by Paul J. 
Sweeney. © 1 c. May 4, 1936; D 
42406; Paul Joseph Sweeney, Cin- 
cinnati. 3440 

My son ! My son ! a play in 3 acts, by 
L. Thompson. © 1 c. May 20, 1936; 
D 42722; Lloyd Thompson, San 
Diego, Calif. 3441 

Napoleon Bonaparte ; a play in 3 acts, 
by H. A. Bessesen. © 1 c. May 18, 
1936 ; D 42681 ; Henry Adrian Besse- 
sen, Minneapolis. 3442 

Nature's nobleman; a comedy in 3 
acts, by H. Myers. © 1 c. May 15, 
1936 ; D 42626 ; Henry Myers, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3443 

Needle's (The) eye; a play in 3 acts, 
by Sarah Atherton [i. e. S. A. Bridg- 
man] © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1936; D 
42634; Sarah Atherton Bridgman. 
South Norwalk, Conn. 3444 

Never too old; a farce comedy in 3 
acts, by P. L. Berney. © 1 c. May 
14, 1936; D 42637; Paul Luck 
Berney, New York. 3445 

New York's own — the Seventh. See 
Echoes of New York town. 

Night passes by ; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. F. Rapson. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1936; 
D 42491 ; M. Florence Rapson, West- 
wood, Mass. 3446 

Nincompoop (The).; or, The masquer- 
ader, a clever comedy in 4 acts, by 
C. L. Eaddy. Raleigh, N. C. [1936] 
71 p. 8vo. © Mar. 20, 1936; 2 c. 
Apr. 11 ; D 41972 ; Eaddy & Eaddy, 
Raleigh, N. C. 3447 



No school ; a play in 3 scenes, by C. 
Zeidelman. © 1 c. May 4, 1936; D 
42711; Clara Zeidelman, Philadel- 
phia. 3448 

Novelty (The) radium dance. See 
Play and dance with the radium 
novelty act. 

Niirnbergisch (Das) ei; schauspiel in 
4 akten, von Walter Harlan, 2. aufl. 
Berlin, Egon Fleischel & CO., 1917. 
3 p. 1., [3]-116 p. 12mo. © Dec. 20, 
1917; 1 c. May 16, 1936; D 42863; 
Walter Harlan, Berlin-Grunewald. 

3449 

Off the record ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Edith Grafton and L. Jacoby. © 
1 c. May 2, 1936; D 42641; Lois 
Jacoby and Edith Kingstone Grafton, 
New York. 3450 

Oh, youth ! a play in 1 act, by B. Royal 
Griffin. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1936; D 
42538; Bill Royal Griffin, Pomona, 
Calif. 3451 

Old (The) apple peddler; episodes nos. 
1-4, by I. C. Dennen. © 1 c. each 
Apr. 25, 1936; D 42633; Isabella C. 
Dennen, Maywood, 111. 3452 

Old (The) professor; episode no. 1, 
by Lewis M. Knopp. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 
1936 ; D 42644 ; Mid-west recordings, 
inc., Minneapolis. 3453 

Old (The) woman & the pedlar; a 
ballad-mime, by Lilian I. Sayce. 
London, 1936. cover-title, 8 p. 8vo. 
(Mime series, no. 8) © May 6, 
1936; 1 c. May 14; D 42617; Joseph 
Williams, ltd., London. 3454 

On Straight street; a play in 7 acts, 
by O. W. Farnum. © 1 c. May 2, 
1936; D 42369; Olive White Far- 
num, Southampton, N. Y. 3455 

On the cuff; a play in 2 acts, by D. 
Kusell. © 1 c. May 28, 1936; D 
42861; Daniel Kusell, Larchmont, 
N. Y. 3456 

On the registery ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
Svlvia Liebowitz Dannett. © 1 c. 
May 21, 1936; D 42744; Sylvia Dan- 
nett, New York. 3457 

On Treasure island ; a 3-act comedy- 
drama, by Bob Slats Feagin. © 1 c. 
May 27, 1936; D 42829'; Gladys E. 
Harrington, Topeka, Kan. 3458 

One fair daughter; a comedy in pro- 
logue and 2 acts, by E. C. Carpenter 
and H. K. Carpenter. © 1 c. May 
7, 1936; D 42492; Edward Childs 
Carpenter and Helen K. Carpenter, 
New Hartford, Conn. 3459 



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3460 



pt. I. v. 9 



One in a million; a play in 3 acts, by 
W. Butterfield. Acts 1 & 2. © 1 c. 
Apr. 21, 1936; D 42810; Walton 
Butterfield, New York. 3460 

O'Neills (The) ; episodes nos. 129-150, 
by Jane West. © 1 c. each May 4, 
1936; D 42396; Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 3461 

Open like a book; a comedy in 3 acts, 
bv R. S. Kohn. © 1 c. May 23, 
1936; D 42806; Rose Simon Kohn, 
Detroit. 3462 

Our duty is beauty ; a blackout skit in 
1 act, by Hamilton Wright. © 1 c. 
May 19, 1936; D 42693; Hamilton 
White Wright, Hempstead, L. I., 
N. Y. 3463 

Out for the count ; a play in 3 acts, by 
R. Saffron and N. Spanos. © 1 c. 
May 19, 1936; D 42699; Nicholas 
Spanos and Robert Saffron, Pitts- 
burgh. 3464 

Outlander (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Mabel A. Stanford. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 
1936; D 42646; Mabel Ayretta 
Stanford, Ontario, Calif. 3465 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins ; continuities 
nos. 698 E. T.-722 E. T., by Lee 
Gebhart. © 1 c. each May 4, 1936; 
D 42397 ; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 3466 

Pageants of the past; episode no. 1, a 
radio series of programs, by V. Rad- 
cliffe. © 1 c. May 21, 1936; D 
42742; Vernon Radcliffe, Pelham 
Manor, N. Y. 3467 

Paid (The) debt; by Velya Perla 
[pseud, of P. Ceresney] © 1 c. May 
5, 1936; D 42767; Perla Ceresney, 
Toronto. 3468 

Palace (The) far beyond; a domestic 
comedy in 3 acts, by J. W. Miller. 
© 1 c. May 15, 1936; D 42847; 
Joseph William Miller, Rochester, 
N. Y. 3469 

Patriots' paradise ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
bv Charles S. Monroe. © 1 c. May 
1, 1936; D 42362; Charles Seaver 
Monroe, South Haven, Mich. 3470 

Patron's (The) birthday; a comedy in 
3 acts, by Geraldine Foster. © 1 c. 
May 19, 1936; D 42696; Geraldine 
P>. Foster, New York. 3471 

Paul of Tarsus; a scenario bv L. E. 

Brim. © 1 c. May 4, 1936; D 42447 ; 

Louis Etienne Brim, Los Gatos. 

Calif. 3472 



Pearly gates; a drama in 3 acts, by 
Gene Thackrey [i. e. E. P. Thackrey] 
© 1 c. May 26, 1936; D 42816; Eu- 
gene Palmer Thackrey, Los Angeles. 

3473 

Pensionites (The) ; a play in 5 acts, 
by I. Maughan and L. Maughan. © 
1 c. May 11, 1936; D 42511; Inez 
Maughan and Lavinia Maughan, 
Logan, Utah. 3474 

Perfumes gone modern ; a play in 1 
act, by M. H. Kirk. © 1 c. May 25, 
1936; D 42803; Maud Hambleton 
Kirk, Lake Forest, 111. 3475 

Personal tragedy ; a drama in pro- 
logue, 2 acts and epilogue, by Louis 
S. Bardoly. Cleveland, O., Doyle & 
Waltz, 1936. 109, [2] p. 8vo. © 
Apr. 30, 1936 ; 2 c. May 2 ; D 42658 ; 
Louis S. Bardoly, Cleveland. 3476 

Personality parade ; [by R. R. Stewart 
and W. T. Stewart] Fairfield, la. 
1936] 23 numb. 1. 4to. © Apr. 30, 
1936 ; 2 c. May 9 ; D 42493 ; Univer- 
sal producing co., Fairfield, la. 

3477 

Peter Yansen's bomps ; a Swedish 
talking act, by Charles Varley. Chi- 
cago [1936] 11 p. 12mo. (Deni- 
son's vaudeville sketches) © May 
20, 1936 ; 2 c. May 23 ; D 42786 ; T. S. 
Denison & co., Chicago. 3478 

Phonies and ponies ; a 3-act comedy, 
by J. S. Morse. © 1 c. May 19, 1936 ; 
D 42691; Jeanine Stephanie Morse, 
New York. 3479 

Pickwick ; a farcical comedy in 3 acts, 
freely, but affectionately, adapted by 
Lawrence Grant, from the immortal 
Pickwick papers of Charles Dickens. 
Hollywood, Calif., Jackson & Ley- 
ton; Leicester, England, Thomas 
Hatton [1936] 2 p. 1., [3]-86 p. 
12mo. © Apr. 30, 1936; 2 c. May 
4; D 42416; Lawrence Grant. Los 
Angeles. 3480 

Pickwick papers. See Pickwick. 

Plague (The) ; a war drama in 3 acts, 
by Clyde J. Bates. © 1 c. May 23. 
1936 ; D 42777 ; Clyde Jackson Bates, 
Flushing, L. I., N. Y. 34S1 

Plantation play; three authentic folk 
dances from the deep south, bv 
Josephine Van Dolzen Pease, with 
melodies, adapted and arranged 
from unpublished material collected 
bv Zora Neale Hurston. Chicago 
[19361 8 p. 4to. © Apr. 7, 1936; 
2 c. Apr. 9 : D 39081 : Encyclopaedia 
britannica. inc., Chicago. 3482 






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3522 



Play and dance with the radium nov- 
elty act; or, The novelty radium 
dance, a comedy in 1 act, by I. 
Brown. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1936; D 
4-488; Isabel Brown, New York. 

3483 

Plays of far places ; by Olive Price. 
Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. 
[1936] 208 p. 12mo. Contents.— 
Book I. The past: The blue loggia, 
Italy. — The dark castle, England. — 
The golden goddess. France. — Book 
II. Fantasia : The princess and the 
shepherd. The isle of the silver bow, 
Greece. — The eastern gate, Persia. — 
The forbidden grotto, the Arabian 
sea. — Amritsar, India. — Book III. 
The present : The bridge of the Pink 
cloud. Japan. — Achachila, Bolivia. — 
The house in the wind, Mexico. © 
May 8, 1936 ; 2 c. May 13 ; D 42562 ; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 3484 

Point Chartres ; a play in 3 acts, with 
prologue and epilogue, by R. F. Ad- 
kins. © 1 c. May 22, 1936 ; D 42818 ; 
Robert F. Adkins, Philadelphia. 

3485 

Popeye the sailor; a radio script, by 
John Alcorn, program no. 2. © 1 c. 
May 6, 1936; D 42437; Wheatena 
corp., Rahway, N. J. 3486 

programs nos. 3-6. © 1 c. 

each May 9, 1986; D 42500-42503; 
Wheatena Corp., Rahway, N. J. 

3487-3490 

Porch pussies ; a 1-act comedy, by Ma- 
bel Conklin Allyn. Chicago [1936] 
24 p. 12mo. ( [Denison's one-act 
plays] ) © May 20, 1936 ; 2 c. May 
23; D 42781; T. S. Denison & co.. 
Chicago. 3491 

Portrait (The) ; a play in 5 acts, by 
Walter H. Trumbauer. © 1 c. May 
26, 1936 ; D 42873 ; Walter Hanrichs 
Renner Trumbauer, Montevallo, Ala. 

3492 

Post (A) in Paris; a play in 3 acts, 
by M. S. Croy. © 1 c. May 13, 1936 ; 
D 42775 ; Mae Savell Croy, New York. 

3493 

President's (The) double; a comedy in 
3 acts, by Cecil Madden, based on a 
Spanish play. Quien soy yoV by Juan 
Ignacio Luca de Tena. © 1 c. May 
25, 1936: D 42802; Cecil Charles 
Madden, Loudon. 3494 

Princess (The) and the shepherd. See 
Plays of far places. 



Princess (The) of the Blue mountain; 
by Clarence Stratton. 1936. 3 p. 1., 
2-49 numb. 1. 4to. © May 1, 1986; 
2 c. May 2; D 42374; Clarence Strat- 
ton, Cleveland. 3495 

Prison bliss ; a dramatic composition 
in 1 scene, by E. A. Walsche. © 1 c. 
May 11, 1936; D 42518; Edward A. 
Walsche, Newark, N. J. 3496 

Prisoners of hope ; a play in 3 acts, by 
R. Field and A. Pederson. © 1 c. 
May 7, 1966; D 42748; Rachel Field 
and Arthur Pederson, New York. 

3497 

Private (A) affair; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by G. Valcourt. © 1 c. May 7, 1936 ; 
D 42454 ; Gaston Valcourt, New York. 

3498 

Quand jouons-nous la comedie ! come- 
die en 3 actes precedee d'un prologue 
et suivie d'un epilogue [par] Sacha 
Guitry. [Paris] 1936. 34, [4] p. 
illus. 4to. ( [La Petite illustration, 
no. 763] ) © Mar. 7, 1930 ; 1 c. May 
11; D 42663; Sacha Guitry, Paris. 

3499 

Quien soy yo? See President's (The) 
double. 

Radio (The) blacksheep ; by Harry W. 
Conn. © 1 c. May 27, 1936 ; D 42830 ; 
Harry Wagner Conn, New York. 

3500 

Rah ! rah ! radical ; a comedy in 5 
scenes, by Margaret Lyders [i. e. 
M. L. Gran] © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1936 ; D 
42360 ; Margaret Lyders Gran, Berk- 
eley, Calif. 3501 

Ransom solved. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Rattlesnake Rita ; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. Levis and M. Powell. © 1 c. 
Apr. 22, 1936; D 42541; Margery 
Levis and Marian Powell, Jackson- 
ville, Fla. 3502 

Re-deal (The) scandals of 1936; by H. 
Schacht. © 1 c. May 9. 1936: D 
42499; Harold Schacht, New York. 

3503 

Regne (Le) d'Adrienne; comedie en 3 
actes [par] Paul Brach. Paris, Plon 
[1936] 4 p. 1., 175 p. 12mo. © Jan. 
17, 1936 : 1 c. May 14 ; D 42659 ; Paul 
Brach, Paris. 3504 

Renfrew of the Mounted; by L. Y. 
Erskine. episodes nos. 13-30. epi- 
sodes nos. 13-20, © 1 c. each Apr. 
14, 1936; episodes nos. 21-30, © 1 c. 
each Apr. 28 ; D 42377^12394 ; Laurie 
York Erskine. New York. 3505-3522 



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Renfrew of the Mounted — Continued. 
episodes nos. 31-35. © 1 c. 

each May 7, 1936; D 42455-42459; 

Laurie York Erskine, New York. 

3523-3527 



episodes nos. 36-40. © 1 c. 

each May 9, 1936; D 42504-42508; 
Laurie York Erskine, New York. 

3528-3532: 



episodes nos. 41-45. © 1 c. 

each May 18, 1936; D 42675-42679; 
Laurie York Erskine, New York. 

3533-3537 



episodes nos. 46-50 1 . © 1 c. 

each May 25, 1936; D 42793-42797; 
Laurie York Erskine, New York. 

3538-3542 



episode no. 50-A. Baseball 

extra. © 1 c. May 18, 1936'; D 
42680; Laurie York Erskine, New 
York. 3543 

Reno ; a play in 3 acts, by J. Haggart. 
© 1 c. May 2, 1936; D 42489; John 
Haggart, Hollywood, Calif. 3544 

Reserved for ladies; a play in 1 act, 
by Phoebe Hoffman [i. e. P. H. Bick- 
erton] © 1 c. May 26, 1936; D 
42815; Phoebe Hoffman Bickerton, 
New York. 3545 

Rex faeces ; a Rabelaisian opera in 3 
movements, by Jasepth Bezagh, 
pseud., illustrated with original 
linoleum cuts. [1936] various pag- 
ings. illus. fol. Text. © Jan. 1, 
1936 ; 2 c. May 9 ; D 42750 ; Edmund 
Ziman, Washington. 3546 

Rigoletto ; opera in 3 acts and 4 scenes, 
by Francesco Maria Piave, after the 
drama, Le roi s'amuse, by Victor 
Hugo, English text by Spencer Nor- 
ton and Helene Carpenter. Norman, 
1936. 43, [1] p., 1 1. 8vo. At head 
of title: Giuseppe Verdi, composer. 
Text. © Mar. 30, 1936 ; 2 c. and aff. 
Apr. 24 ; A 94148 ; University of Okla- 
homa press, Norman, Okl. 3547 

Riquet; piece inedite en 3 actes, par 
Tristan Bernard. (In Les CEuvres 
libres, no. 177) © Mar. 1, 1936; 1 c. 
May 11; D 42535; Tristan Bernard, 
Paris. 3548 

Rise (The) of Jericho; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Edwin Scribner. Chicago 
[1936] 177 p. diagr. 12mo. ( [Den- 
ison's royalty plays] ) © May 4, 
1936 ; 2 c. May 6 ; D 42432 ; T. S. Den- 
ison & co., Chicago. 3549 



Ritual with music to accompany The 
god who was tired. See God (The) 
who was tired (Ritual with music 
to accompany) 

Roadside romance. See First nighter. 

Robin Starveling; a play in 4 scenes, 
by Samuel Jesse Warshawsky and 
E. Warshawsky. Rev. version. © 
1 c. May 25, 1936; D 427921; S. J. 
Warshawsky and Eve Warshawsky, 
Los Angeles. 3550 

Romance, inc.; a musical comedy in 3 
acts, by Laszlo Szilagyi, music by 
Michel Eisemann, translated by J. F. 
Bard, from the original Hungarian 
entitled, Mesearuhaz. Text. © 1 c. 
Apr. 25, 1936 ; D 42415 ; Julius Frank 
Bard, New York. 3551 

Romance, inc. ; or, Romance, ltd. ; or, 
Romance preferred, episode 1; by 
Keith Fowler and Henri Weiner. © 
1 c. May 2, 1936; D 42642; Heloise 
A. Lenetska, New York. 3552 

Romance, ltd. See Romance, inc. 

Romance, preferred. See also Ro- 
mance, inc. 

Room (A) for the night; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by R. F. Adkins. © 1 c. 
May 22, 1936; D 42820; Robert F. 
Adkins, Philadelphia. 3553 

Royal springs; a play in 2 acts, by 
Barton Browne [i. e. J. B. Browne] 
© 1 c. May 23, 1936 ; D 42825 ; John 
Barton Browne, Los Angeles. 3554 

Sacajawea ; episodes 1-5, a radio 
script, by D. G. Emmons. © 1 c. 
May 11, 1936 : D 42638 ; Delia Gould 
Emmons, Seattle. 3555 

Sail we must; a play in 3 acts, by 
Sarah Atherton [i. e. S. A. Bridg- 
man] © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1936 ; D 42635 ; 
Sarah Atherton Bridgman, South 
Norwalk, Conn. 3556 

Sailin' high ; a musical extravaganza 
in 2 acts, book and lyrics by L. W. 
Brent, music by L. Herscher. © 1 
c. May 4, 1936; D 39074; Lynton 
Wright Brent, Los Angeles, and 
Louis Herscher, Hollywood. Calif. 

3557 

St. Michel (Paris) case. See Do inno- 
cent men die? 

St. Peter picks an angel ; a satire on 
war, in 4 scenes, by T. Davis. © 
1 c. May 1, 1936; D 424S7 ; Tilden 
Davis, New York. 3558 



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3582 



Saint's (The) portrait. See Death 
Valley days. 

Salute to the modern newspaper. Sec 
Much ado about Tony. 

School street ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
A. Lefkowitz. © 1 c. May 10, 1986; 
D 42007: Abe Lefkowitz. Mount Ver- 
non, N. Y. 3550 

Search (The) ; a pageant-drama, writ- 
ten and produced under the direction 
of Helen Louise Robinson. New 
York, The Wonmns press [1930] 1 
p. 1., 36 p. 4to. Contains music. © 
May 1, 1C3G: 2 c. and all. May 16; 
AA 204507; National board of the 
Young Women's Christian associa- 
tions of the United States of Amer- 
ica, New York. 3560 

Secrets of the past ; a melodrama by 
Velya Perla rpseud. of P. Ceres- 
ney] © 1 c. May 5. 1936; D 42771 ; 
Perla Ceresney, Toronto. 3561 

Sharecroppers : a tragedy of the tenant 
farmer, in 5 acts, by Randolph Ed- 
monds [i. e. S. R. Edmonds] © 1 c. 
May 4, 1030; D 42395; Sheppard 
Randolph Edmonds, New Orleans. 

3562 

Shark (The) : a comedy drama in 3 
acts, by J. A. Boshed. © 1 c. May 
7, 1036 ; D 42460 ; James A. Boshell, 
New York. 3563 

Shaw ease. See Do innocent men die? 

She got her man. See Eternal (The) 
feminine. 

She walks in her sleep ; a musical com- 
edy in 2 acts, by A. Hunter. Text. 
© 1 c. May 13. 1030: D 42555: An- 
drew Hunter, New York. 3564 

Should twin sisters dress alike? a com- 
edy in 3 acts, by Zoen Zoren [pseud, 
of V. D. M. di lienzo] © 1 c. May 
7, 1036; D 42467: Vincent D. M. di 
Renzo, Philadelphia. 3565 

Sick and tiahd ; a 1-act play, by Theo- 
dore Ward [i. e. J. T. Ward] © 1 c. 
Apr. 1.°,. 1986; D 42350; James Theo- 
dore Ward, Chicago. 35(J6 

Sidewalk reporter; by Lewis M. Knopp. 
Hudson motors, no. 1. © 1 c. May 
2, 1030; D 42407; Mid-west record- 
ings, inc.. Minneapolis. 3567 

Kelvinator refrigerator, nos. 

1-3. © 1 c. each May 2. 1036: D 
4240S-424K): Mid-west recordings, 
inc., Minneapolis. 3568 3570 



Silver lace ; a phantasy, by Jane E. 
Conway, an adaptation from A mid- 
summer night's dream, by William 
Shakespeare. © 1 c. May 10, 1936; 
I> 42<2S; Jane Elizabeth Conway, 
New Bedford, Mass. 3571 

Silver (The) queen; a comedy in 3 
acts, by J. F. White. © 1 c. May 
7, 1036; 1) 42405; James F. White, 
Fairview, N. J. 3572 

Simili ; comedie en 3 actes [par] 
Claude Roger-Marx. Paris. Stock, 
1036. 3 p. 1., [0]-80 p. 12mo. © 
Mar. 0, 1030; 1 c. May 11 ; D 42661 ; 
Claude Koger-Marx, Paris. 3573 

Sins of a father; a play in 8 scenes, 
by B. Fields. © 1 c. May 7, 1036; 
D 42537; Bettv Fields, New York. 

3574 

Sleeping (The) beauty; an operetta in 
3 acts, adapted by Josephine Van 
Dolzen Pease, from The sleeping 
beauty, by Grimm, with melodies. 
Chicago [1036] 15 p. 4to. © Apr. 
7, 1036; 2 c. Apr. 0; D 30080; En- 
cyclopaedia britannica, inc., Chicago. 

3575 

Slice of the moon ; a comedy-drama in 
3 acts, by P. Crawford. © 1 c. May 
27, 1036 : D 42833 ; Pauline Crawford, 
New York. 3576 

Smile (A) at dawn; a comedy in 3 
acts, by A. Vecsey. © 1 c. May 8, 
1SS6 ; D 42477 ; Armand Vecsey, New 
York. 3577 

Snatch (The) racket; a 3-act comedy- 
drama, by J. J. Wolever, jr. © 1 c. 
May 22, 1036; D 42757; Jack J. 
Wolever, jr., Fredonia, Kan. 3578 

Snooksie (Bichon) ; a farcical comedy 
in 3 acts, adapted by A. C. Witte 
[i. e. A. C. Baron] from the story by 
Jean de Letraz. © 1 c. May 16, 
1030 ; D 42705 ; Adele C. Baron, New 
York. 3579 

So they took the fifty thousand. See 
While the city sleeps. 

Society page ; a drama in 3 acts, by E. 
Johns. © 1 c. May 18, 1936; D 
42685; Elsie Johns, Chicago. 3580 

Souls in names ; a drama by Velya 

Perla [pseud, of P. Ceresney] © 1 c. 

May 5, 1936 ; D 42770 ; Perla Ceres- 

jiey, Toronto. 3581 

Sound (The) effects man; an original 
sketch, by A. M. Josephy, jr. © 1 c. 
Apr. 28. 1936; D 42505; Alvin M. 
Josephy, jr., New York. 3582 



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3583 



pt. I. v. 9 



Spanish (The) necklace; a drama in 1 
act, by S. Bayfield, written and 
adapted from Dumas' The three 
musketeers. © 1 c. May 4, 1936; 
42405 ; St. Clair Bayfield, New York. 

3583 

Sporting extra; May 11, 18, 1936, by 
Richard A. Foley advertising agency, 
inc. © 1 c. each May 20, 1936; D 
42712, 42713; Adam Scheidt brewing 
Co., Norristown, Pa. 3584,3585 

Squire McDevilfish ; an operetta in 1 
act, book by Laurence R. Cook, mu- 
sic by Laurence R. Cook and Marjo- 
rie Schoeller. Text. © 1 c. May 8, 
1936; D 42476; Laurence Russell 
Cook, Los Angeles. 3586 

Stage door ; a play in 3 acts, by E. 
Ferber and G. S. Kaufman. © 1 c. 
May 4, 1936 ; D 42402 ; Edna Ferber 
and George S. Kaufman, New York. 

3587 

Stage scandals ; an operetta by Velya 
Perla [pseud, of P. Ceresney] 
Text. © 1 c. May 5, 1936 ; D 42769 ; 
Perla Ceresney, Toronto. 3588 

Stars ; a play in 1 act, by Guy Raw- 
lence. [London] Play rights & 
publications, ltd., 1935. 22 p. 8vo. 
(The Amateur theatre series of 
plays) © Dec. 30, 1935; 1 c. May 
14, 1936; D 42620; Guy Rawlence. 
Wilton, near Salisbury, England. 

3589 

Storks over Toronto; a play in 3 acts, 
by J. Dyer. © 1 c. May 11, 1936; D 
42842; John Dyer, New York. 3590 

Strohmann (Der) ; schwank in 3 
akten, von Hans Reimann. Regie- 
und souffiierbuch. © 1 c. May 16, 
1936; D 42650; Dreiklang-verlag, 
a. g., Berlin. 3591 

Summum bonum ; a play in 3 acts, by 
D. O'Brien. © 1 c. May 27, 1936 : D 
42836; Dorothy O'Brien, Philadel- 
phia. 3592 

Sunbrite (The) junior nurse corps; by 
Stack-Goble advertising agen c y . 
Apr. 27-May 6, 1936. © 1 c. each 
May 11, 1936; D 42519-42523; Swift 
& co., Chicago. 3593-3597 

May 8, 11, 13. 15, 1936. © 

1 c. each May 20, 1936; D 42729- 
42732; Swift & co., Chicago. 

3598-3601 

Suppressed story. See Death Valley 
days. 



Suzette; an operetta in 2 acts, book, 
lyrics and music, by Lois Bailey 
Lacon. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1936; D 
39082; Marjorie Lois C. Clarke, 
Newton ville, Mass. 3602 

Swamp mud ; a play in 3 scenes, by 
Harold Courlander. Wood engrav- 
ing by Paul McPharlin. Detroit, 
Printed by Maurice Serle Kaplan, 
1936. 3 p. 1., 5-26 p., 3 1. illus. 8vo. 
© May 1, 1936; 2 c. May 23; D 
42789 ; Harold Courlander, Romeo, 
Mich. 3603 

Sweet charity ; a farce comedy in 3 
acts, by D. Sturges. © 1 c. May 1, 
1936; D 42361; Donald Sturges, 
Hartford. 3604 

Swing your partners : script no. 1, a 
series of musical episodes for radio 
broadcasting, by J. L. Kaufman. 
Text. © 1 c. May 13, 1986; D 
42547 ; Jesse L. Kaufman, New 
York. 3605 

Take a lover ; a play in 3 acts, by R. 
Gabriel and M. Finn. © 1 c. May 
20, 1936 ; D 42733 ; Myra Finn, Bev- 
erly Hills, Calif., and Robert Ga- 
briel, Los Angeles. 3606 

Take it easy ; a musical comedy in 2 
acts, book, music, and lyrics by E. 
Ziman. Text. © 1 c. May 20, 1936 ; 
D 42746; Edmund Ziman, Washing- 
ton. 3607 

Take your choice ; a dramatic sketch, 
by K. Warriner and H. B. Loeb. © 
1 c. Apr. 20, 1936; D 42421; Kate 
Warriner and Harry Brunswick, 
Loeb, New York. 3608 

Taking the cure; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by C. J. Maywood [pseud, of M. W. 
Park] and George Patrick [pseud, of 
G. H. Quinby] © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1936; 
D 42328; Maude Woods Park, Port- 
land, Me., and George H. Quinby, 
Brunswick, Me. 3609 

Taming (The) of the shrew; a play in 
*2 parts, with entre acte, by William 
Shakespeare, new version and ar- 
rangement by Alfred Lunt. © 1 c. 
May 2. 1936 ; D 42373 ; Theatre guild, 
inc., New York. 3610 

Tartuffe; by Moliere, adaptation by 
W. E. Harris. © 1 c. May 9, 1936; 
D 42495; William Elder Harris, 
Cambridge, Mass. 3611 

That Jordan girl; episodes 1-12, a se- 
ries of short dramatic incidents pre- 
pared for radio presentation, by R. 



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3631 



B. Strouse. © 1 e. each May 1, 1936 ; 
D 42372 ; Richard B. Strouse, Wash- 
ington. 3612 

That man's father; a play in 3 acts, 
by J. Halloran. © 1 c. May 12, 
1936 ; I) 42557 ; John Halloran, Suf- 
fern, N. Y. 3613 

That's the law ; a melodrama in 3 acts, 
by K. Brocklebank. © 1 c. May 16, 
1936; D 42656; Katherine Brockle- 
bank, Carmel-by-tke-sea, Calif. 

3614 

Theatre: National 6, Les conseils 
d'Agathe, S chevanx, 4 cylindres . . . 
et pas de truites ! D?ux hommes 
[par] Jean Jacques Bernard. Paris 
[1936] 247 p., 1 1. 12 mo. © Feb. 
1, 1936; 1 c. Apr. 18; A— Foreign 
31403; Albin Michel, Paris. 3614* 

Three husbands ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Paul Heise. © 1 c. May 13, 1936 ; 
D 42640; Paul Alexis Heise, Bur- 
lingame, Calif. 3615 

Three (The) musketeers. See Span- 
ish (The) necklace. 

Thrill-a-thon ; a sketch in 2 acts, by 
Hal Spear [pseud, of H. H. Spear] 
© 1 c. May 22, 1936 ; D 42754 ; Harry 
Herbert Spear, Berkeley, Calif. 

3616 

Thru your hat ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
J. N. Duckham. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 
1936; D 42536; Jean N. Duckham, 
Aspinwall, Pa. 3617 

Time storks on ; or, The Canadian 
mamnrython. a radio broadcast 
farce, by R. F. Whitney. © 1 c. 
May -23, 1936; D 42776; Ruth F. 

Whitney. Chicago. 3618 

Tony Pastor. See Echoes of New York 
town. 

Too much relativity ; a musical farce 
in 3 acts, book by S. Stoddard and 
J. F. Benkelman, music and lyrics 
by J. F. Benkelman. Text. © 1 c. 
May 14, 1936; D 42584; Susanne 
Stoddard and John F. Benkelman, 
Detroit. 3619 

Torrid heavens ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
Marcia Jerilyn Cartwell [pseud, of 
M. Kalmar] © 1 c. May 15. 1936; 
D 42631 : Marion Kalmar, New York. 

3620 

Tough hombre; by G. Fitzpatrick. © 
1 c. May 8, 1936; D 42473; George 
Fitzpatrick. Santa Fe, N. M. 3621 



Tour (La) prends-garde ! piece en 3 
actes, de M. G. Sauvajon et A. Bost. 
© 1 c. May 11, 1936; D 42668; Marc- 
Gilbert Sauvajon. Paris, and Andre 
Bost, Valence-s-Rhone, France. 

3622 

Town (The) hall barber shop; audi- 
tion program, by E. Longstreth. © 
1 c. May 29, 1936: D 42871; Edward 
Longstreth, New York. 3623 

Trail (The) of the trader; a pageant 
of trade, by Josephine Van Dolzen 
Pease, with melodies. Chicago, 
1936. cover-title, 1 p. 1., 22, [1] p. 
4to. © Apr. 7, 1936; 2 c. Apr. 9; 
D 39078 ; Encyclopaedia britannica, 
inc., Chicago. 3624 

Trial (The) of Gerald Manners, play- 
wright. See City desk. 

Trio ; comedie inedite en 1 acte cV Henri 
Duvernois. (In Candide, 12e annee, 
no. 624, 27 fevrier 1936) © Feb. 27, 
1936 ; 1 c. May 11 ; D 42664 ; Henri 
Duvernois, Paris. 3625 

Trip (A) to the mountains; a play in 

1 act, by Teddy Hirsch [i. e. T. 
Hirsch] © 1 c. May 27, 1936; D 
42859 ; Theodore Hirsch, Brooklyn. 

3626 

Triumph (The) of Queen Esther; a 
play in 3 acts, by Win. E. Carring- 
ton. 1936. 4 p. 1., 2-55 numb. 1. 
4to. © May 6, 1936 ; 2 c. May 8 ; D 
42470; William Edward Carrington, 
Salisbury, N. C. 3627 

Twenty years later ; a play for ten 
women, in 1 act. by Essex Dane. 
Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. 
[1936 1 p. 1., [3] -59 p. diagr. 12- 
mo. ([Baker's royalty plays]) 
Contains music. © Apr. 29, 1936; 

2 c. May 13: D 42560; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 3628 

Two candidates ; a play in 2 acts, by 
Stephen J. Gilman. © 1 c. May 21, 
1936; D 42743; Stephen Joseph Gil- 
man, Maiden, Mass. 3629 

Two hands in a glove; a musical-com- 
edy in 3 acts, book, music, and 
lyrics, by F. A. Thome, jr. © 1 c. 
May 4. 1936; D 39075: Frank Ar- 
thur Thorne, jr., Los Angeles. 

3630 

Two men at sixty: by Laflin C. Jones. 
© 1 c. May 9, 1936; D 42513; Olivia 
Orth, Milwaukee. 3631 



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3632 



pt. i. v. 9 



Two pass with the dawn ; an authorized 
dramatization, by B. F. White, from 
a short story bv Margaret Lee Run- 
beck. © 1 c. May 15, 1936 ; D 42627 ; 
Bessie F. White, Brookline, Mass. 

3632 

Vacation mood : a play in 3 acts, by J. 
L. Casaly. © 1 c. May 18, 1936 ; D 
42686; John Louis Casaly, Natick, 
Mass. 3633 

Value unknown ; a modern comedy 
drama in 3 acts, by Edna Morris. 
© 1 c. May 23, 1936 ; D 42791 ; Edna 
Guppin Morris, Bridgeport, Conn. 

3634 

Veil ( The ) of illusion ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by John Pierce. © 1 c. May 2, 
1936; D 42566; John Alexander 
Pierce, New York. 3635 

Vermont rebels again ; a play in 25 
scenes, by members of C. T. dram- 
atist staff, EL Granick and H. R. 
Hays. © 1 c. May 14, 1936 ; D 42598 ; 
Harry Granick and Hoffman Hays, 
New York. 3636 

Very occasionally ; a play in 3 acts, by 
H. H. Hegeler. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1936 ; 
D 42433; Hartley H. Hegeler, New 
York. 3637 

Vic and Sade ; Apr. 1-3, 6-10, 13-17, 
20-24, 27-30, 1936, by Paul Rhymer. 
© 1 c. each May 4, 1936; D 42399; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

3638 

Vie (La) est si courte ; piece en 3 
actes, par L. Marchand. © 1 c. May 
14, 1936; D 42667; Leopold Mar- 
chand, Paris. 3639 

Vier (Die) gesellen. See Four (The) 
of us. 

Vitality smoke ; a short drama in 1 
act, by J. A. Rubinstein. © 1 c. 
May 28, 1936; D 42858; Joseph A. 
Rubinstein, New York. 3640 

Vox Popeye. (The clamour of the 
people) ; a 1-act farcial political skit, 
by Harold B. Dow. © 1 c. Apr. 
28, 1936 ; D 42375 ; Harold Blanchard 
Dow, Westport, Conn. 3641 

Wait ! a play in 3 scenes, by P. Steven- 
son. © 1 c. May 27, 1936 ; D 42828 ; 
Philip Stevenson, Ossining, N. Y. 

3642 

War nuts; episodes 1 and 2, by Al 
Shean [i. e. A. Shean] © 1 c each 
May 29, 1936; D 42861; Albert 
Shean, Hollywood, Calif. 3643 

Watson farms, inc. ; a 3-act comedy- 
drama, by J. J. Wolever, jr. © 1 c. 



May 22, 1936; D 42756; Jack J. 
Wolever, jr., Fredonia, Kan. 3644 

Way down yonder ; a play in 1 act, by 
Kenneth White. © 1 c. May 8, 1936"; 
D 42486; Kenneth Joseph White, 
New York. 3645 

Way (The) to a mans heart; or, 
Fisherman's luck, a scenario in 15 
scenes, by W. C. Rapp. © 1 c. Apr. 
21, 1936: D 42543; Walter C. Rapp, 
Cotuit, Mass. 3646 

We do not die; a play in 8 scenes, by 
Wilfred Brandon, transcribed 
through the pencil of E. Ellis. © 
1 c. Apr. 10, 1936; D 42353; Edith 
Ellis, New York. 3647 

We happy few ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Sir B. Bartlett. © 1 c. May 1, 1936 ; 
D 42371 ; Sir Basil Bartlett, London. 

3648 

Wee house ; a drama in 3 acts, by D. R. 
Whitcomb. © 1 c. May 2, 1936; D 
42403; Donald Roger Whitcomb, 
Ambriclge, Pa. 3649 

Welcome Valley ; nos. 55-58, by Irna 
Phillips and Edgar A. Guest. © 
1 c. each May 7, 1936; D 42461- 
42464 ; Charles Daniel Frey co., Chi- 
cago. 3650-3653 

Wharf song ; a play in 3 acts, by W. A. 
Coutts. © 1 c. May 25, 1936; D 
42809 ; Wesley Alan Coutts, Tacoma. 

3654 

When lovers come ; a 3-act play, by 
H. Wyeth. © 1 c. May 18, 1936 ; D 
42674; Henrietta Wyeth, Palm 
Beach, Fla. 3655 

While the city sleeps ; a radio pro- 
gram, by Roy A. Sorensen. Episode 
no. 121. Mother's day. © 1 c. May 
9, 1936 ; D 42524 ; Bowey's, inc., Chi- 
cago. 3656 

episode no. 122. Low and 

outside. © 1 c. May 9, 1936; D 
42525 ; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 3657 

episode no. 123. A free man. 

© 1 c. May 9, 1936; D 42526; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 365S 

episode no. 124. Love wins. 

© 1 c. May 14, 1936; D 42628; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 3659 

episode no. 125. © The cap- 



ture of Baby Face. © 1 c. May 
IS, 1936; D 42683; Bowey's, inc., Chi- 
cago. 3600 

episode no. 126. So they 



took the lit'ty thousand. © 1 c. May 
25, 1936; D 42798; Bowey's. inc.. 
Chicago. 3661 



172 






DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 5, 1936 



36S0 



episode no. 128. Ransom 

solved. © 1 c. May 28, 1936; D 

42860; Bower's, inc., Chicago. 

3662 

episode no. 129 1 . Love's big 

fight. © 1 c. May 25, 1936 ; D 42790; 
Bowcy's, inc., Chicago. 3663 

Wicked (The) witch; [by Sheila H. 
Obstfeld] [1986] 2 nnmh. 1., 1 1. 
4t0. © Apr. 16, 1930; 2 c. Apr. 18; 
D 42563; Sheila II. Obstfeld, Brook- 
lyn. 3664 

Widow (The) Bess; a 1-act play, by 
B. H. Farrell. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 11:30 ; 
D 42354 : Beatrice Hoel Farrell, Chi- 
cago. 3665 

Wild (A) night; a comedy in 3 acts. 
by Allan Hoffman : revised version 
of, The hest man wins, based upon a 
plav by T. W. Robertson. © 1 c. 
May 1. 1936; D 42364; Allan Alden 
Hoffman. Carmel, Calif. 3666 

Willy nilly : a new revue in 2 acts, by 
M. Kanin and Nat Harris [pseud, of 
N, Horowitz] Text. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 
1936: I> 42539; Myer Kanin and Nat 
Horowitz, New York. 3667 

Wings; a pageant of transportation, 
by Josephine Van Dolzen Pease, with 
melodies. Chicago, 1936. cover- 
title. 23. [1] p. 4to. © Apr. 7, 
1936; 2 c. Apr. 9; D 39079; Encyclo- 
paedia britannica, inc., Chicago. 3668 

Wings in the dust : a play in prologue 
and 3 acts, by S. B. Harrison. © 
1 c. Apr. 4, 1936; D 42814; Samuel 
B. Harrison, New York. 3669 

Wisconsin community plays ; Chicago 
[1935] 1.19 p. diagr. 12mo. Con- 
tents. — Barred, by Calista Clark. — 
Just debts, by Marcia B. Cox. — 
Kittens and caila lilies, by Louise 
Aarons. — Ladies' man, by Mrs. 
Vivian Barber Bues. — Dad cashes in, 
by Bernard Sears. — This way out! 
by Mrs. Carl Felton. © Sept. 9. 
1935: 2 c. and aff. May 4. 1936; A 
9449") ; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 

3670 



Wishing (The) moon; a fairy play. 
writen by May Sarsou. music by 
Eileen O'Malley. London, Philadel- 
phia. 1936. vii, 2-35 p. 4to. (Cur- 
wen edition, 3768) © Apr. 9, 1936; 

1 c. Apr. 17; D 390S5 ; J. Curwen 
& sons, ltd., London. 3671 

Within the year; by D. Tate-Smith. 

© 1 c. May 6, 193(5; D 42436; Diana 
Tate-Smith, New York. 3672 

Woman (The) in the cherry colored 
hat. See City desk. 

Woman stay young ! a satirical comedy 
in 3 acts, by B. Wool folk. © 1 c. 
May 27, 1936; D 42827; Boyle Wool- 
folk, Chicago. 3673 

Worthington's folly. Sec Death Val- 
ley days. 

Xine; a musical comedy, introducing 
state programme idea, book by C. 
J. Anderson, music by Anna E. 
Anderson and C. J. Anderson. Rev. 
version of Xtine. Text. © 1 c. Apr. 
18. 1936; D 42689; Chrissie Joanna 
Anderson, Washington. 3674 

Xtine. Sec Xine. 

Year (A) of nights ; a play in 8 scenes, 
by E. Nelson. © 1 c. May 25, 1936 ; 
D 42800; Edgar Nelson, New York. 

3675 

Year (The) 'round; a horoscopic and 
kaleidescopic [sic] musical play in 

2 acts, conceived and written by N. 
Wayburn. Text. © 1 c. May 26, 
1936; D 42823; Ned Wayburn, New 
York. 3676 

You knock me cold ; a play in 3 acts. 
by G. E. Wilson. © 1 c. May 29, 
1936; D 42867; Gladys Elizabeth 
Wilson, New York. 3677 

Zorak, the white khan; episodes nos. 
1, 2, by David Taylor. © 1 c. each 
May 7, 1936 ; D 42451, 42452 ; Amer. 
radio features, Los Angeles. 

3678, 3679 

50 to 1 ; a plav in 4 acts, by H. Merling. 
© 1 c. May 8. 1936 ; D 42474 ; Howard 
Merling, Minneapolis. 3680 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the cata- 
log since Jan. 1, 1936: 

Dramatic compositions (including 2.227 unpublished) 2,681 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 102 unpub- 
lished) __— 304 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 13 unpublished) 36 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 4 
unpublished) 24 

Total 3. 045 



173 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 

1909 [36S0 



Boys (The) and Betty; play in 3 acts, 
by George V. Hobart. © Donald B. 
Hobart and Vere Hobart, New York, 
as the children of the deceased au- 
thor. R 44803, Apr. 29, 1936. 1 

Daughter (A) of the desert; a comedy 
drama of the Arizona plains, in 4 
acts, by Charles Ulrich. © Charles 
K. Ulrich, Long Island City, N. Y., as 
the author. R 44809, Apr. 28, 1936. 2 

Enfants (Les) a Bethleem ; mystere 
en 2 parties par G. Nigond, mis en 
musique par Gabriel Pierne. [Li- 
bretto only] © Gabriel Nigond, 
Paris, as the author. R 44726, Apr. 
23, 1936. 3 

Fortune-hunter (The) ; a comedy, by 
Winchell Smith. © Charles A. Lillie 
and Phoenix state bank & trust co., 
Hartford, as the executors. R 43955, 
Mar. 14, 1936. 4 



Man (The) on the kerb; a duologue, 
by Alfred Sutro. © John Gordon 
Archibald, London, as the executor. 
R 44043, Mar. 26, 1936. 5 

Marigold ; a light opera in 3 acts, book, 
lyrics and music, by Barclay Walker. 
[Libretto only] © Mary Jo. Wal- 
ker, New York, as the child of the 
deceased author. R 44880, Apr. 29, 
1936. 6 

My Mimosa maid ; a Riviera musical 
incident, book by Paul A. Rubens 
and Austen Hurgon, lyrics and music 
by Paul A. Rubens. © Herbert Ru- 
bens and A. N. Tayler, London, as 
the executors. R 43831, May 18, 
1936. 7 

Way (The) of tomorrow; a comedy of 
the future by C. W. Tackenberg. © 
Charles William Tackenberg, Cincin- 
nati, as the author. R 44118, Mar. 
30, 1936. 8 



174 



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MOTION PICTURES 



Absorbing junior; no. 1978-79, story 
by Jack Henley and Burnet Her- 
shey, directed by Lloyd French. 2 
reels. © Apr. 30, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 4; L 6323; Vitaphone 
Corp., New York. 3681 

Alluring Bali. 1. Silent version. — 2. 
Sound version. 1 reel each. © Feb. 
15, 1936 ; 2 c. each Mar. 30 ; descrip- 
tion each May 22; M 6472, 6473; 
Burton Holmes films, inc., Chicago. 
3682, 3683 

And so they were married ; story by 
Sarah Addington, screen play by 
Doris Anderson, Joseph Anthony and 
A. Laurie Brazee, directed by Elliott 
Nugent 8 reels. © May 4, 1936; 
2 c. May 4 ; description May 5 ; L 
6330; Columbia pictures corp. of 
Calif., ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 3684 

Backstage Hollywood. © title, de- 
scription and 2 prints reed. Apr. 29, 
193G; M 6432; Leonard Clairmont, 
Hollywood, Calif. 3685 

Bad medicine; story by Ewart Adam- 
son and Jean Yarbioujih, produced 
by Lee Marcus, directed by Jean 
Yarbrough. 2 reels. © May 4, 1936 ; 
2 c. and description May 4: L 6321: 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 

3686 

Between the lines; no. 1909-10, story 
by Cyrus Wood, edited by Beit 
Frank, directed by Roy Mack. 2 
reels. © May 18, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 18; L 6356 ; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 3687 

Black (The) network; no. 1945-46, 
story by A. Dorian Otvos, directed 
by Roy' Mack. 2 reels. © May 5. 
1936: 2 c. and description May 6; 
L 6336; Vitaphone corp., New York. 

36S8 

Bootli Tarkingion's Gentle Julia. See 
Gentle Julia. 

Bridge ahoy; animated by Seymour 
Kneitel and Roland Crandall, di- 
rected by Dave Fleischer. Reel. © 
May 1. 1936: 2 c. and description 
May 5; M 6428; Paramount pictures, 
inc., Hollywood. Calif. 3689 



Case (The) against Mrs. Ames; based 
on the novel by Arthur Somers 
Roche, screen play by Gene Towne 
and Graham Baker, directed by Wil- 
liam A. Seiter. 10 reels. © May 8, 
1936; 2 c. and description May 14; 
L 6351 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 3690 

Catching trouble; narrated by Ted 
Husing. (Sportlight) Reel. © 
May 8, 1936; 2 c. and description 
May 14; M 6445; Paramount pic- 
tures, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 3691 

Chiropody-podiatry visual foot educa- 
tion. Reel. © May 16, 1936; 2 c. 
June 1 ; description May 18 ; M 
6461 ; Gus T. Dowling, Atlanta. 

3692 

Closing begins at the start. Reel. © 
Apr. 28, 1936; 2 c. and description 
May 14; M 6456; Chrysler corp. 
Plymouth division, Detroit. 3693 

Cobweb (The) hotel; animation by 
David Tendlar and William Sturm, 
direction by Dave Fleischer. Reel. 
© May 15, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
May 25; M 6477; Paramount pic- 
tures, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 3(594 

Country (The) beyond; from the novel 
by James Oliver Curwood, screen 
play by Lamar Trotti and Adele 
Comandini, directed by Eugene 
Forde. 7 reels. © Apr. 24, 1936: 
2 c. and description May 19; L 
6361; Twentieth century-Fox film 
corp., New York. 3695 

Cowboy (The) and the kid; story by 
Buck Jones, screen play by Frances 
Guihan. directed by Ray Taylor. 6 
reels. © May 6, 1936: 2 c. and de- 
scription May 7; L 6339: Universal 
productions, inc., New York. 3696 

Dangerous jobs; narrated by Ted Hus- 
ing. commentary by Fred Rath. Reel. 
© May 1. 1936; 2 c. and description 

May 4: M 0424: Paramount pictures, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 361)7 

Devil's squadron; story by Richard V. 
Grace, screen play by Howard J. 
Green, Bruce Manning and Lionel 
Houser, directed by Erie C. Kenton. 
8 reels. © May 1, 1936; 2 c. May 1 ; 



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3698 



pt. i, v. 9 



Devils squadron — Continued. 

description May 4; L 6328; Colum- 
bia pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., 
Hollywood, Calif. 3698 

Diagnosis of urologic conditions. © 
title and description reed. May 13, 
1936; 46 prints reed. May 14; M 
6457 ; Winthrop chemical co., inc., 
New York. 3699 

Dracula's daughter; based on a story 
by Bram Stoker, screen play by Gar- 
rett Fort, directed by Lambert 
Hillyer. 8 reels. © May 20, 1936; 
2 c. and description May 21 ; L 6370 ; 
Universal productions, inc., New 
York. 3700 

Drake the pirate; from the play by 
Louis N. Parker, adaptation and 
scenario by Marjorie Deans, A. 
Tolmay and N. Watson, directed by 
Arthur Woods. 8 reels. © Oct. 28, 
1935 ; 1 c. May 15, 1936 ; description 
May 18; L 6358; First division ex- 
changes, inc., New York. 3701 

Dumb bell letters; no. 24, edited by 
Juliet Lowell from her collection of 
Dumb-belles lettres. Reel. © Apr. 
24, 1936; 2 c. and description May 
18; M 6 ±63; Van Beuren corp., New 
York. 3702 

Edna Ferber's Show boat. See Show 
boat. 

Ethiopia. 1. Silent version. — 2. Sound 
version. 1 reel each. © Feb. 15, 
1936; 2 c. each Mar. 30; descrintion 
each May IS ; M 6474, 6475 ; Burton 
Holmes films, inc., Chicago. 

3703, 3704 

Every Saturday night ; based on the 
play by Katharine Kavanaugh, 
screen play by Edward Eliscu, di- 
rected by James Tinling. 7 reels. 
© Feb. 7, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
May 19 ; L 6360 ; Twentieth century- 
Fox film corp., New York. 3705 

Everybody's old man; suggested by the 
story by Edgar Franklin, screen 
play by Patterson McNutt and A. E. 
Thomas, directed by James Flood. 
9 reeis. © Mar. 20, 1936; 2 c. and 
description May 5 ; L 6333 ; Twen- 
tieth century-Fox film Corp., New 
York. 3706 

Farmer Al Falfa and the runt; by 
Paul Terry, Mannie Davis and 
George Gordon. Reel. © May 15, 
1936; 2 c. and description May 18; 
M 6460; Terrytoons, inc., New Ro- 
chelle, N. Y. 3707 



Farming fools; story by Walter Lantz 
and Victor McLeod. (A Walter 
Lantz production) Reel. © May 
19, 1936; 2 c. May 19; description 
May 20; M 6470; Universal produc- 
tions, inc., New York. 3708 

Fatal lady; based on an original story 
by Harry Segall, adaptation by Wil- 
liam R. Lipman, screen play by 
Samuel Oruitz, directed by Edward 
Ludwig. 9 reels. © Apr. 24, 1936; 
2 c. and description May 22; ; L 6371 ; 
Paramount productions, inc., Hollv- 
wood, Calif. 3709 

Federal agent ; story by Barry Bar- 
ringer, screen play by Robert Ellis, 
directed by Sam Newfield. 7 reels. 
© Apr. 10>, 1936; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion May 25; L 6376; Republic pic- 
tures corp., New York. 3710 

Ferber's (Edna) Show boat. See 
Show boat. 

Fighting the fire dragon. See Flash 
Gordon. 

Flaming fortune. See Flash Gordon. 

Flash Gordon ; [based on] Alex Ray- 
mond's cartoon strip, screen play by 
Frederick Stephani, George Plymp- 
ton, Basil Dickey and Ella O'Neill, 
directed by Frederick Stephani. 2 
reels each. © Universal produc- 
tions, inc., New York. 3711-3715 

Chap. 6, Flaming fortune. © Apr. 
30, 1936; 2 c. Apr. 30; descrip- 
tion May 1 ; L 6319. 

Chap. 7. Shattering doom. © May 
6, 1936: 2 c. May 6; description 
May 7; L 6338, 

Chap. 8, Tournament of death. © 
May 14, 1936; 2 c. May 13; de- 
scription May 15 ; L 6354. 

Chap. 9, Fighting the fire dragon. 
© May 20. 1936: 2 c. May 19; de- 
scription May 21 ; L 6369. 

Chap. 10, The unseen peril. © 
May 27, 1936; 2 c. May 27; de- 
scription May 28 ; L 6379. 

Florida special : based on Clarence 
Budington Kelland's story Recrea- 
tion car, screen play by David 
Boehm, Marguerite Roberts, and 
Laura and S. J. Perelman, directed 
by Ralph Murphy. 7 reels. © Apr. 
24, 1936; 2 c. and description May 
14; L 6352: Paramount productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 3716 



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no. 5, 1936 



3742 



Follow (The) through; by Franklin 
Hayes Patterson. Keel. © May 23, 
1936; 2 c. and description May 25; 
M 6480; Community fund of Pitts- 
burgh and Allegheny County, Pitts- 
burgh. 3717 

Forestalling stalls; by H. P. Long- 
street. Reel, © Mar. 21, 1936; 2 c. 
Apr. 15; description Mar. 30; M 
6431 ; Chrysler corp., Detroit. 3718 

Forgotten faces : based on a story by 
Richard Washburn Child, screen 
play by Marguerite Roberts, Robert 
Yost and Brian Marlow, directed by 
E. A. Dupont. 8 reels. © May 15, 
1936; 2 c. and description May 19; 
L 6362 ; Paramount productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 3719 

Fox movietone news ; v. 18. 1 reel 
each. © Movietonews, inc., New 
York. 3720-3729 

No. 56-61. © Mar. 26, 31, Apr. 2, 7, 
9, 14, 1936; 2 c. and description 
each May 13; M 6438-6443. 

No. 62-63. Laurence Stallings, editor. 
© Apr. 16, 21, 23, 28, 1986; 2 c. 
and description each May 19; M 
6466-6469. 

Fugitive (The) sheriff; story and 
screen play by Nate Gatzert, directed 
by Spencer Gordon Bennet. 6 reels. 
© May 18, 1936; 2 c. May 18; de- 
scription May 26 ; L 6378 ; Columbia 
pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3730 

Gene Stratton-Porter's Harvester. See 
Harvester (The) 

Gentle Julia ; based on the novel by 
Booth Tarkington, screen play by 
Lamar Trotti, directed by John Bly- 
stone. 7 reels. © Apr. 3, 1936 ; 2 o, 
and description May 5; L 6335; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., 
New York. 3731 

Girl (The) from Mandalay ; taken from 
the book Tiger valley by Reginald 
Campbell, screen play by Wellyn 
Totman and Endre Bohem, directed 
by Howard Bretherton. 7 reels. © 
May 11, 1936; 2 c. and description 
May 11; L 6340; Republic pictures 
corp., New York. 3732 

Going places with Lowell Thomas ; no. 
21, narrated by Lowell Thomas, pro- 
duced by Charles E. Ford. Reel. © 
May 27, 1936 ; 2 c. May 27 ; descrip- 
tion May 28 ; M 6482 ; Universal pic- 
tures corp., New York. 3733 



Golden (The) arrow; by Michael Ar- 
len, screen play by Charles Kenyon, 
directed by Alfred E. Green. 8 reels. 
© May 19, 1936; 2 c. and description 
May 20; L 6365; Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 3734 

Golfing rhythm ; narrative by Jack 
Kofoed, described by Ford Bond. 
(News world of sports) Reel. © 
May 14, 1936; 2 c. May 14; descrip- 
tion May 18; M 6458; Columbia pic- 
tures corp., New York. 3735 

Great (The) Ziegfeld ; suggested by 
romances and incidents in the life 
of America's greatest showman, Flor- 
enz Ziegfeld, jr., screen play by Wil- 
liam Anthony McGuire, directed by 
Robert Z. Leonard. 20 reels. © Apr. 
19, 1936 ; 2 c. and description May 20 ; 
L 6367 ; Metro-Gold wyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 3736 

Grow or go. Reel. © Apr. 10'. 1936; 
21 c. and description May 14 ; M 6454 ; 
Chrysler corp. Plymouth division, 
Detroit. 3737 

H. G. Wells' Things to come. See 
Things to come. 

Half (The) wit-ness ; no. 1924; story 
by A. Dorian Ojtvos and George J. 
Bennett, directed by Roy Mack. 
Reel. © May 1, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 4 ; L 6326 ; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 3738 

Harvester (The) ; [by Gene Stratton- 
Porter], adaptation by Robert Lee 
Johnson and Elizabeth Meehan, 
screen play by Gertrude Orr and 
Homer Croy, directed by Joseph 
Santley. 8 reels. © May 11, 1936; 
2 c. and description May 11 ; L 6341 ; 
Republic pictures Corp., New York. 

3739 

High beer pressure ; story by Leslie 
Goodwins and Charles Roberts, pro- 
duced by Lee Marcus, directed by 
Leslie Goodwins. 2 reels. © May 
8. 1936; 2 c. and description May 25 ; 
L 6374 : RKO-radio pictures, inc.. 
New York. 3740 

I-O-U my heart. Reel. © Apr. 27. 
1936; 2 c. May 25: description May 
12 ; M 6486 ; Royal revues, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3741 

I'd love to take orders from you ; no. 
7361, animation by Bob Clampett and 
Cecil Surry. (Merrie melodies) 
Reel. © May 25, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 25; L 6372; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 3742 



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3743 



pt. i, v. 9 



I'm much obliged ; no. 1962M963, story 
by Cyrus Wood, directed by Rov 
Mack. 2 reels. © May 11, 1936 ; 2 c. 
and description May 12; L 6343; 
Vitaphone Corp., New York. 3743 

Inquiring (The) (paint) reporter. 
Keel. © Apr. 7, 1836; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 14 ; M 6451 ; Audi- 
Vision, inc., New York. 3744 

It happened all right ; story by David 
Freedman, directed by Walter Gra- 
ham. 2 reels. © May 15, 1936 ; 2 c. 
and description May 18; L 6355; 
Educational productions, inc., New 
York. 3745 

It's up to you; from an original story 
and screen play by Charles A. Logue. 
directed by Christy Cabanne. 5 
reels. © Apr. 1, 1936; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 19; L 6363; Standard 
oil co. ( Indiana ) , Chicago. 3746 

Jolly Coburn & his orchestra ; no. 1913, 
directed by Joseph Henabery. Reel. 
© Apr. 30, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
May 4; L 6324; Vitaphone corp.. 
New York. 3747 

King of burlesque ; based on the story 
by Vina Delmar, adaptation by James 
Seymour, screen play by Gene 
Markey and Harry Tugend, directed 
by Sidney Lanfield. 10 reels. © 
Jan. 3, 1986; 2 c. and description 
May 25 ; L 6373 ; Twentieth century- 
Fox film corp., New York. 3748 

King (The) steps out; story by Gustav 
Holm, Ernst Marischa, Ernst Deesey 
and Hubert Marischa, screen play 
by Sidney Buchman, directed by Jo- 
sef von Sternberg. 9 reels. © May 
20', 1936; 2 c. May 20; description 
May 21; L 6368; Columbia pictures 
corp. of Calif., ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 

3749 

Laughing Irish eyes ; original story by 
Sidney Sutherland and Wallace Sul- 
livan, screen play by Olive Cooper, 
Ben Ryan and Stanley Rauh, di- 
rected by Joseph Santley. 8 reels. 
© May 4. 1936; 2 c. May 4; descrip- 
tion May 5; L 6329; Republic pic- 
tures corp., New York. 3(50 

Leathernecks (The) have landed ; orig- 
inal story by Wellyn Totman and 
James Gruen, screen play by Seton 
I. Miller, directed by Howard Breth- 
erton. 7 reels. © May 13, 1986; 2 
c. and description May 13; L 6346; 
Republic pictures corp., New York. 

3751 



Lorenzino de' Medici; soggetto e sce- 
neggiatura di G. Smith, musiche di 
U. Mancini. 10 reels. © Feb. 15, 
1935 ; 1 c. May 20, 1936 ; description 
May 6 ; L 6364 ; Nuovo mondo mo- 
tion pictures, inc., New York. 3752 

Love and sacrifice ; by I. Zolatoressky 
and J. Seiden. © title, description 
and 10 prints reed. May 6, 1936; L 
6337 ; Jewish talking picture co., inc., 
New York. 3753 

Major Google; story by Sid Marcus, 
animation by Art Davis. Reel. © 
May 18, 1936 ; 2 c. May 18 ; descrip- 
tion May 19; M 6462; Screen gems, 
inc., Los Angeles. 3754 



March of Time. 
March of Time, 



2 reels each. © 
inc., New York. 

3755, 3756 

4th issue 1936. © Apr. 17, 1936; 2 
c. and description May 23 ; M 6476. 

5th issue 1936, © May 15, 1986; 2 
c. and description May 19 ; M 6465. 

Master hands. © title and description 
reed. May 27, 1936; 3 prints reed. 
May 18; M 6488; Chevrolet motor 
co., Detroit. 3757 

Melody in May ; story by Stanley Rauh, 
directed by Ben Holmes. 2 reels. 
© May 1, 1936; 2 c. and description 
May 19; L 6359; RKO radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 375S 

Message (A) to Garcia; suggested by 
Elbert Hubbard's immortal essay 
and the book by Lieutenant Andrew 
S. Rowan, screen play by W. P. 
Lipscomb and Gene Fowler, directed 
by George Marshall. 10 reels. © 
Apr. 10, 1936; 2 c. and description 
May 5; L 6334; Twentieth century- 
Fox film corp., New York. 3759 

Mine (The) with the iron door; by 
Harold Bell Wright, screen play by 
Don Swift and Dan Jarrett, directed 
by David Howard. 7 reels. © May 
13, 1936; 2 c. May 13; description 
May 16 ; L 6353 ; Columbia pictures 
corp. of Calif., ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 

3760 

Monsieur Sans Gene. See One rainy 
afternoon. 

Murder on a bridle path ; from the 
novel by Stuart Palmer, screen play 
by Dorothy Yost, Thomas Lennon, 
Edmund North and James Gow. di- 
rected by Edward Killy and William 
Hamilton. 7 reels. © Apr. 17, 1936; 
2 c. and description May 4 ; L 6322 ; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 

3761 



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no. 5. 1936 



3781 



Name your own odds. Keel. © Apr. 
13. 1936; 2 c. and description May 
14; M 6450; AudiVision, inc., New- 
York. 3762 

Nehi marches on. Reel. © Feb. 3, 
1936; 2 e. and description May 14; 

M U44S; AudiVision. inc.. New York. 

3763 

Nobody's fool; based on an original 
story by Frank Mitcbell Dazey and 
Agnes Christine Johnston, screen 
play by Ralph Block and Ben Mark- 
son, directed by Arthur Greville Col- 
lins. 7 reels. © May 28, 1936; 2 c. 
and description May 29; L 6380; 
Universal productions, inc., New 
York. 3764 

Old (An) fashioned movie. (Easy 
Aces no. 6) Reel. © Feb. 28, 1936 ; 
2 c. and description May 4; M 6427; 
Van Beuren Corp., New York. 3765 

O'Malley of the mounted; from the 
story by AVilliam S. Hart, screen play 
by Dan Jarret and Frank Howard 
Clark, directed by David Howard. 
7 reels. © Mar. 27. 1936; 2 c. and 
description May 5; L 6332; Ather- 
ton productions, inc., New York. 

3766 

One rainy afternoon ; original story 
Monsieur Sans Gene by Pressburger 
and Rene Pujal, photoplay and dia- 
logue by Stephen Morehouse Avery, 
directed by Rowland V. Lee. 9 reels. 
© May 5, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
May 5 ; L 6331 ; Pickford-Lasky pro- 
ductions, inc.. Hollywood, Calif. 

3767 

Pan handlers : directed by William 
Terhune. (Hal Roach comedy) 2 
reels. © May 1. 1936; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 14; L 6349; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., New York. 

3768 

Peppery (Tbe) salt; story and screen 
play by Al Ray. directed by Del 
Lord. 2 reels. © May 1, 1936; 2 c. 
May 1 : description May 4 ; L 6327 ; 
Columbia pictures corp. of Calif, 
ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 3769 

Plane dippy; animation by Sid Suther- 
land and Virgil Ross. (Loonev 
tunes) Reel. © Apr. 30, 1936; 2 c. 
and description May 4; M 6425; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 3770 

Por'er's (Gene Stratton) Harvester. 
See Harvester (The) 

Psychic. Reel. © Apr. 27, 1936; 2 c. 
May 25; description May 12; M 



6487 ; Royal revues, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 3771 

Rail birds ; story by Charlie Williams 
and Marcy Klauber, directed by 
Robert Hall. (An educational 
Tuxedo comedy) 2 reels. © May 
22, 1936; 2 c. and description May 
26 ; L 6377 ; Educational produc- 
tions, inc., New York. 3772 

Ramon Ramos and his Rainbow room 
orchestra; no. 1939, directed by 
Joseph Henabery. Reel. © May 18, 
1936; 2 c. and description May 18; 
L 6357; Vitaphone Corp., New York. 

3773 

Recreation car. See Florida special. 

Ridin' high with Nehi. Reel. © Mar. 
21, 1936; 2 c. and description May 
14 ; M 6449 ; AudiVision, inc., New 
York. 3774 

Russian ballet. Reel. © Mar. 2, 
1936; 2 c. May 25; description Apr. 
24; M 6485; Royal revues, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 3775 

Safety and sales. Reel. © May 15, 
1936; 2 c. and description May 19; 
M 6471 ; AudiVision, inc., New York. 

3776 

Scrappy's camera troubles ; story by 
Ben Harrison. (A Charles Mintz 
production) Reel. © May 11, 1936 ; 
2 c. May 11 ; description May 14 ; 
M 6444; Screen gems, inc., Los 
Angeles. 3777 

Secret patrol; Peter B. Kyne produc- 
tion, scenario by Robert Watson and 
J. P. McGowan, directed by David 
Selman. 6 reels. © May 11, 1936; 
2 c. May 11; description May 12; 
L 6345 ; Columbia pictures corp. of 
Calif., ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 3778 

Selling the triple-protected Silvertown. 
Reel. © Apr. 20, 1936; 2 c. and 
description May 14 ; M 6453 ; Audi- 
Vision, inc., New York. 3779 

Service that makes sales. Reel. © 
Apr. 8, 1936; 2 c. and description 
May 14; M 6452; AudiVision, inc., 
New York. 3780 

Shattering doom. See Flash Gordon. 

Show boat; [by Edna Ferber], stage 
play, screen play and lyrics by Oscar 
Hammerstein 2d, directed by James 
Whale. 12 reels. © May 13, 1936 ; 
2 c. and description May 14; L 6347; 
Universal productions, inc., New 
York. 3781 



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3782 



pt. i, v. 9 



Singing (The) cowboy; original story 
by Tom Gibbons, screen play by 
Dorrell and Stuart McGowan, di- 
rected by Mack Wright. 6 reels. © 
May 11, 1936; 2 c. and description 
May 11 ; L 6342 ; Republic pictures 
corp., New York. 3782 

Sleepless hollow; story by Harry Mc- 
Coy and Jinnnie Starr, directed by 
Robert: Hall. (An educational coro- 
net comedy) 2 reels. © May 8, 
1936 ; 2 c. and description May 14 ; L 
6348 ; Educational productions, inc., 
New York. 3783 

Some class; no. 1897, story by Jack 
Henley and Burnet Hershey, di- 
rected by Lloyd French. Reel. © 
May 2, 1936; 2 c. and description 
May 4; L 6325; Vitaphone Corp., 
New York. 3784 

Special investigator ; from the novel 
by Erie Stanley Gardner, screen 
play by Louis Stevens, Thomas Len- 
non and Ferdinand Reyher, directed 
by Louis King. 6 reels. © Apr. 24, 
1936; 2 c. and description May 25; 
L 6375 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 3785 

Speed ; from the original story by Mil- 
ton Krims and Larry Bachman, 
screen play by Michael Fessier, di- 
rected by Edwin L. Marin. 7 reels. 
© May 4, 1936; 2 c. and description 
May 14; L 6350; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 3786 

Steel and stone ; no. 1860, dialogue by 
Ira Genet, edited by Bert Frank. 
(E. M. Newman's Our own United 
States) Reel. © May 2, 1936; 2 c. 
and description May 4 ; M 6426 ; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 3787 

Stranger than fiction ; no. 20, narrated 
by James Wallington, produced by 
Charles E. Ford. Reel. © May 25, 
1936 ; 2 c. May 23 ; description May 
26; M 6481; Universal pictures corp., 
New York. 3788 

Tarkington's (Booth) Gentle Julia. 
See Gentle Julia. 

Things to come; [by H. G. Wells], di- 
rected by William Cameron Menzies. 
10 reels. © May 4, 1936; 2 c. and 



description May 4; L 6320; London 
film productions, ltd., London. 3789 

Three (The) wise guys ; from the story 
by Damon Runyon, screen play by 
Elmer Harris, directed by George B. 
Seitz. 8 reels. © May 13, 1936 ; 2 c. 
and description May 20; L 6366; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 3790 

Tiger valley. See Girl from Manda- 
lay. 

Tournament of death. See Flash Gor- 
don. 

Underground farmers. (Struggle to 
live no. 5) Reel. © Apr. 17, 1936; 
2 c. and description May 19; M 6464 ; 
Van Beuren corp., New York. 3791 

Universal newsreel. 1 reel each. © 

Universal pictures corp., New York. 

3792-3799 

No. 445, 446. © Mar. 31, Apr. 1, 

1936 ; 2 c. each May 8 ; description 

each May 6; M 6429, 6430. 
No. 447, 448. © Apr. 7, 10, 1936 ; 2 c. 

each May 14; description each 

May 13 ; M 6446, 6447. 
No. 449, 450. © Apr. 14, 17, 1936; 

2 c. each May 25 ; description each 

May 20 ; M 6478, 6479. 
No. 451, 452. © Apr. 21, 24, 1936; 

2 c. each May 28 ; description each 

May 27 ; M 6483, 6484. 

Unseen (The) peril. See Flash Gor- 
don. 

Up with manpower. Reel. © Apr. 
10', 1936; 2 c. and description May 
14 ; M 6455 ; Chrysler corp. Plym- 
outh division, Detroit. 3800 

Vitaphone hippodrome ; no. 1965. Reel. 
© May 11, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
May 12; L 6344; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 3801 

Wells' (H. G.) Things to come. See 
Things to come. 

Westward whoa ; animation by Paul 
Smith & Ben Clopton, produced by 
Leon Schlesinger. (Looney tunes) 
Reel. © May 18, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 18; M 6459 ; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 3802 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the catalog since Jan. 
1, 1936; 

Motion-picture photoplays 354 

Motion-pictures other than photoplays 403 

Total 757 



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OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



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



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 



1936 

VOLUME 9 
No. 6 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1936 



npHE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Group 3, 
•*• issued monthly, contains titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. 
Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles of the entries made in 
Class " D ", Dramatic compositions, and Dramatico-musical compositions, ar- 
ranged alphabetically by title; class " L ", Motion-picture photoplays; and 
Class " M ", Motion pictures other than photoplays, arranged alphabetically by 
title. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, the preliminary 
entry of titles has been abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with 
an application for entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: " D ", Class D, 
Dramatic compositions; " L ", Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; and " M ", 
Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. " © " implies copyright regis- 
tration of a published work followed by date of publication; " © 1 c." stands for 
copyright of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copyright 
Office of the printed or manuscript copy; and " 2 c." for two copies, followed by 
date of their receipt. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been 
renewed under section 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this issue 
immediately following the drama list. 

Imprints. — When the publishers of dramatic compositions are also the claim- 
ants of copyright, their names are omitted from the imprint. 

The annual index contains the names of all copyright proprietors, the names 
of authors and titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion 
pictures. 

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The annual subscription price for the Catalog of Copyright Entries (received 
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advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money 
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Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices 
of the various parts of the Catalog are now as fallows: 

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The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
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The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
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Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
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This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
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CLASS D 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



Abraham and Isaac. See Six altar 
plays. 

Accidental family ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Seymour Gross. © 1 c. June 
2, 1936 ; D 42901 ; Seymour A. Gross, 
New York. 3803 

Accusing (The) hand; a 1-act play, 
by Edward MacArthur. Chicago 
[1936] 28 p. 12 mo. (Denison's 
one-act plays) © May 20, 1936; 2 
c. May 23; D 42788; T. S. Denison 
& co., Chicago. 3804 

Achachila. See Plays of far places. 

Action ! Camera ! See While the city 
sleeps. 

Adieu, my love : a play in 3 acts, by 
S. Hoffman. © 1 c. June 17, 1936; 
D 43190; Stella Hoffman, Kew Gar- 
dens, L. I., N. Y. 3805 

Adventure in painless dentistry. See 
City desk. 

Adventures (The) of Red Wing; epi- 
sode 1, a radio program for chil- 
dren, by Oliver Drake. © 1 c. June 
19, 1936; D 43315; John Oren 
Weaver, Chicago. 3806 

Adventures (The) of Tom Sawyer; 
an ageless comedy for children and 
grownups alike, in 3 acts, by Wil- 
bur Braun, based on Samuel Clem- 
ens' celebrated novel. New York, 
London [etc.] 1936. 122 p. front., 
plates, diagrs. 12 mo. © Mar. 19, 
1936; 2 c. June 17; D. 43210; Sam- 
uel French, New York. 3807 

Advice to the in-laws ; a play in 1 act, 
by R. W. Woodstock. © 1 c. June 
22, 1936; D 43354; Rhoda Wyatt 
Woodstock, Chicago Heights, 111. 

3808 

After October ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Rodney Ackland. London, Victor 
Gollanez, ltd., 1936. 128 p. 12 mo. 
© Apr. 24, 1936; 1 c. June 16; D 
43269 ; Rodney Ackland, London. 

3809 

Age of contempt ; comedy-drama in 3 
acts, by E. S. Hirt. © 1 c. June 
27. 1936; D 43511: Eloise Sterling 
Hirt, Glendale, Calif. 3810 



All desirable young men ; a play in 
3 acts, by Maurice Jacques Valency 
and D. Driscoll. © 1 c. May 26, 
1936; D 43036; Maurice J. Valency, 
Brooklyn, and David Driscoll, New 
York. 3811 

Allis-Chalmers musical harvesters ; 
programs nos. 1-13, by Allis-Chal- 
mers manufacturing co. © 1 c. 
each June 27, 1936; D 43482-43494; 
Allis-Chalmers manufacturing co., 
Milwaukee. 3812-3824 

Amateur hour ; by Luella E. McMa- 
hon. 1936. 4 numb. 1. 4to. © 
Jan. 28, 1986 ; 2 c. June 3 ; D 43375 ; 
Wetmore declamation bureau, Sioux 
City, la. 3825 

Amazing (An) episode ; a stage play 
in 3 acts, with a prologue and an 
aftermath, by Peter Paxton [pseud, 
of W. J. MacDonald] © 1 c. June 
5, 1936; D 42973 ; William Jack Mac- 
Donald, Hollywood, Calif. 3826 

America first ; a play in 3 acts, by A. 
Richman. © 1 c. June 2, 1936; D 
43329 ; Arthur Richman, Hollywood, 
Calif. 3827 

And he thought they were quints ; a 
play in 8 scenes, by A. J. Beneteau. 
© 1 c. June 1, 1936; D 42878; 
Amedee J. Beneteau, Toronto. 

3828 

And nations shall call Him happy. 
See Six altar plays. 

Angels sometimes trip ; a comedy in 
3 acts, by Joseph A. Donahoe, 
Wilmington, Del., 1936. 81 p. 12mo. 
© June 12, 1936; 2 c. June 15; 
D 43131 ; Joseph Aloysius Donahoe, 
Wilmington. Del. 3S29 

Ann Worth — housewife ; by Thomas 
Dougall. nos. A-S8, A-89. © 1 c. 
each June 1, 1936; D 42907, 4290S ; 
King-Trendle broadcasting Corp., 
Detroit. 3830, 3831 

nos. A-90, A-91. © 1 c. each 



June 2. 1936; I) 42927, 4292S ; King- 
Trendle broadcasting Corp.. Detroit. 
3832, 3833 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



3834 



lit. i, v. 



Ann Worth — housewife — Continued. 

nos. A-92, A-93. © 1 c. each 

June 11, 1936 ; D 43108, 43109 ; King- 

Trendle broadcasting Corp., Detroit. 

3834, 3835 

nos. A-94, A-95. © 1 c. each 

June 20, 1936 ; D 43362, 43363 ; King- 

Trendle broadcasting corp., Detroit. 

3836, 3837 

nos. A-96, A-97. © 1 c. each 

June 29, 1936 ; D 43512, 43513 ; King- 

Trendle broadcasting corp., Detroit. 

3838, 3839 

Annabelle steps in ; a 2-act comedy for 
the 'teen age, by Anne Coulter Mar- 
tens. Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, 
Cal. [1936] 61 p. diagr. 12mo. 
(Baker's plays) © May 29, 1936; 
2 c. June 11; D 43019; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 3840 

Anne Boleyn ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
Hjalmar Meidell, translated by A. R. 
Sawyer. © 1 c. June 11, 1936; D 
43076; Astrid Rosing Sawyer, Chi- 
cago. 3841 

Anne of Riverly ; a play in 3 acts, by 
E. E. Dean. © 1 c. June 11, 1936; 
D 43078 ; Eloise Earle Dean, Central, 
S. C. 3842 

Appetite for adventure ; a comedy in 

1 act, by Charles Divine. New York, 
London [etc.] 1936. 44 p. diagr. 
12mo. © June 5, 1936; 2 c. June 
17; D 43206; Samuel French, New 
York. ♦ 3843 

Around the moon ; a play in 2 acts, by 
E.. Buckler. © 1 c. June 30, 1936 ; 
D 43551; Edna Buckler, New York. 

3844 

As Jim says ; by Carol Houghton. 1936. 

2 numb. 1. 4to. © Jan. 28, 1936: 
2 c. June 3 ; D 43376 ; Wetmore dec- 
lamation bureau, Sioux City, la. 

3845 

As we're able to spin ; a play in 3 acts, 
by R. Morris. © 1 c. June 30, 1936 ; 
D 43557; Ruth Morris, New York. 

3846 

Ask a policeman ; by Frank Whit- 
bourn. (In The One-act theatre, 
the seventh book. London, New 
York [etc.] 1936.) © Jan. 17, 1936; 
1 c. June 16; D 43240; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 3847 

At Shapiro's office. .Sec Modern Cin- 
derella. 

At the opera luncheon. See Mono- 
dramas. 



Aunt Belinda's past. See Kid (The) 
sister. 

Aventures (Les) de Boubou ; paroles 
franchises et anglaises et musique 
de Jan Favola. [Paris, 1936] 1 p. L, 
[13] p. illus. (part col.) fol. 
Piano chant et textes franeais et 
anglais. © Mar. 1, 1936; 1 c. Apr. 
1 ; D 39102 ; Hogge, Paris. 3848 

Bachelor ( The ) belles ; an operetta in 
3 acts, libretto by Rose A. Seymour, 
music by John Laurence Seymour, 
op. 13. New York, London [etc., 
1936] 4 p. 1., 165 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Dec. 27, 1935 ; 2 c. June 17, 1936 ; 
D 39096 ; Samuel French, New York. 

3849 

Bachelor (The) girl; a drama in 2 
acts, by S. Steinberg, 
nyr^a 30 ,]yt3px 2 px x»x~n ;ti» yabx h 
.nyaj"tw bwnv ]is (ixrsy) 
© 1 c. Apr. 30, 1936 ; D 42921 ; Sam- 
uel Steinberg, New York. 3850 

Back stage ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Aurania Rouveyrol. Formerly called 
The temperamentals. © 1 c. May 

15, 1936; D 43309; Aurania Eller- 
beck Rouveyrol, Los Angeles. 
[Copyright is claimed on changes 
and additions] 3S51 

Back to Adam; a glimpse of three 
periods, by Harold Brighouse.' Lon- 
don, New York [etc.] 1935. 29 p. 
12mo. ([French's acting edition, no. 
1800]) © Dec. 12, 1935; 1 c. June 

16, 1936; D 43258; Samuel French, 
ltd., London. 3852 

Backlash ; a new play in 11 scenes, 
by R. Dana. © 1 c. June 18, 1936; 
D 43282; Richard Dana, New York. 

3853 

Bamboo ; a tragedy of Cathay, by 
Leonard Hines and Frank King. 
(In The One-act theatre, the seventh 
book. London, New York [etc.] 
1936) © Jan. 17, 1936; 1 c. June 
16; D 43235; Samuel French, ltd., 
London. 3854 

Barn (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Dorothea F. Harris. © 1 c. June 
27, 1936 ; D 43497 ; Dorothea Frances 
Harris. Salina, Kan. 3S55 

Barnet's folly ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Jan Stewer. London, New York 
[etc.] 1935. 80 p. plates. 8vo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 928] ) 
© Doe. 12, 1935 ; 1 c. June 16, 1936 ; 
D 43273 ; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 3856 



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no. 6, 1936 



3877 



Bartered (The) bride; a comic opera 
in 3 acts [libretto by Karel Sabina I 
music by Friedricb Smetana, Eng- 
lish version by Graham Jones. New 
York, N. Y., 1936. 20 p. 8vo. © 
May 1, 1936 ; 2 c. June 4 ; D 43030 ; 
Fred. Rullman, inc., New York. 

3S57 

Bashful (The) heirs marry; a comedy 
in 4 acts, by L. M. S. Brown. Rev. 
version. © 1 c. June 8, 1936; D 
43085; Lucy May Smith Brown, 
Salem, Or. [Copyright is claimed 
on some revision of the plot and the 
addition of two characters.] 3858 

Beach nuts ; by Leota Hulse Black. 
1935. 3 numb. 1. 4to. © Sept. 15, 
1935; 2 c. Dec. 16; D 43405; Wet- 
more declamation bureau, Sioux 
City, la. 3859 

Beadle's (The) courtship. See Hour 
(An) with Charles Dickens. 

Beating back ; by A. Rosen. © 1 c. 
June 8, 1936 ; D 42998 ; Al Rosen, Los 
Angeles. 3860 

Beauty by the hour ; episodes 1-3, 
by F. Willis and Margerv Williams. 
© 1 c. June 1, 1936; D 42962 ; Fran- 
celia Willis, Chicago. 3861 

Bees and honey ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by H. F. Maltby. London, New York 
[etc.] 1986. 113 p. plate, diagr. 
12mo. ( [French's acting edition, no. 
1742] ) © May 7, 1936 ; 1 c. June 16 ; 
D 43242; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 3862 

Before the banquet; by Leota Hulse 
Black. 1935. 4 numb. 1. 4to. © 
Sept. 15, 1935 ; 2 c. Dec. 16 ; D 43404 : 
Wetmore declamation bureau, Sioux 
City, la. 3863 

Before the fade out ; a comedy-drama 
in 3 acts, by Brian J. Byrne [pseud, 
of J. J. Byrne] © 1 c. June 23, 
1936 : D 43416 ; John Joseph Byrne, 
New York. 3864 

Beiden (Die)- schutzen. See Ver- 

tauschte (Der) sohn. 
Bestrafte (Der) wiistling. See Don 

Giovanni. 

Beyond revenge ; a play in 5 acts with 
prologue, by Evelyn Snider, in col- 
laboration with Hubbard F. Page. 
© 1 c. June 4, 1936. ; D 42948 ; Evelyn 
Mayo Snider, Conway, S. C. 3865 

Bingo; by Carol Houghton. 1936. 4 
numb. 1. 4to. © Jan. 28, 1936: 2 c. 
June 3: D 43377; Wetmore declama- 
tion bureau, Sioux City, la. 3866 



Blame it on the movies; by Hermine 
Duthie [i. e. Hermine Duthie Decker] 
Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. 
[1936] 21 p. 12mo. © June 13, 
1936 ; 2 c. June 22 ; D 43348 ; Walter 
H. Baker CO., Boston. 3867 

Blessings of the gods ; a play in 2 acts, 
by A. Benschura. © lc. June 29, 
1936; D 43507; Alfred Benschura, 
Chicago. 3868 

Blind alley ; a play in 3 acts, by James 
Warwick. New York, London [1936] 
98, [2] p. diagrs. 12 mo. ( [French's 
standard library edition] ) © Mar. 
3, 1936 ; 2 c. June 17 ; D 43203 ; Sam- 
uel French, New York. 3869 

Blindman's bluff; a play in 3 acts, by 
A. Jacobs. © 1 c. June 19, 1936; 
D 43316 ; Abe Jacobs, Flushing, N. Y. 

3870 

Blow ye winds ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by V. Davies. © 1 c. June 15, 1936 ; 
D 43155; Valentine Davies, New 
York. 3871 

Bobby, don't you touch 'at cake ! by 
J. Gauthier Adams. 1935. 1 1. 4to. 
© Sept. 15, 1935; 1 c. Dec. 16, 1935, 
1 c. Mar. 13, 1936 ; D 43388 ; Wetmore 
declamation bureau, Sioux City, la. 

3872 

Boondoggle ( The ) opera ; a satirical 
review, by M. Essman. © 1 c. May 
14, 1936; D 43087; Manuel Essman, 
New York. 3873 

Bright rebel ; a dramatic biography of 
Lord Byron, by Stanley Young. © 
1 c. June 15, 1936 ; D 43142 ; Stanley 
Preston Young, Westport, Conn. 

3874 

Bringing up father ; an original farce, 
based on George McManus's famous 
cartoon, in 3 acts, by Bruce Brandon 
[pseud, of Wilbur Braun] New York, 
London [etc.] 1936. 128 p. diagr. 
12mo. © May 27, 1936 : 2 e. June 17 ; 
D 43197 ; Samuel French, New York. 

3875 

Broken (The) crucifix; a Bavarian 
Christmas play in 3 brief acts, by 
Frances W. Gross. Boston, Mass., 
Los Angeles, Cal. [19361 41 p. 
12mo. © May 28, 1936 : 2 c. June 1 ; 
D 428S5 ; Walter H. Baker co., Bos- 
ton. 3876 

Brothers-in-battle ; by Leota Hulse 
Black. 1985. 4 numb. 1. 4to. © 
Sept. 15, 1935 : 2 c. Dec. 16 ; D 43400 ; 
AVetmore declamation bureau, Sioux 
City, la. 3877 



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3878 



pt. i, v. 9 



Buddy buys an orchid; a comedy in 1 
act, by J. C. McMullen. Boston, 
Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. [1936] 
23 p. diagr. 12 mo. ( [Baker's jun- 
ior high school series] ) © May 21, 
1936; 2 c. June 1, D 42893; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 3878 

Burning issue ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Frederick Clarke [i. e. F. B. Clarke, 
jr.] © 1 c. June 8, 1936; D 43005; 
Frederick Benjamin Clarke, jr., New 
York. 3879 

Business with pleasure ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by N. Rubin. © 1 c. June 9, 
1936; D 43097; Nelson Rubin, Los 
Angeles. 3880 

But it's my town; a play in 1 act, by 
M. Gross and C. Sherman. © 1 c. 
May 22, 1936 ; D 43304 ; Milt Gross, 
Larchmont, N. Y„ and Charles Sher- 
man, New York. 3881 

Cadenza for whiskers ; a political bur- 
lesque in 3 acts, by P. Goodman. © 
1 c. June 6, 1936; D 43013; Philip 
Goodman, New York. 3882 

California's hour; May 25, 1986, by 
Lord & Thomas radio department. 
© 1 c. June 1, 1986 ; D 42879 ; Lord 
& Thomas, Los Angeles. 3883 

program no. 8, by Lord & Thomas 

radio department. © 1 c. June 8, 
1936 ; D 42992 ; Lord & Thomas, Los 
Angeles. 3884 

program no. 9, by Lord & Thomas. 

© 1 c. June 15, 1936 ; D 43140' ; Lord 
& Thomas,. Los Angeles. 3885 

■ program no. 10', by Lord & Thomas 

radio department. © 1 c. June 22, 
1936 ; D 43356 ; Lord & Thomas, Los 
Angeles. 3886 

program no. 11, by Lord & 

Thomas. © 1 c. June 30, 1936; D 
43548 ; Lord & Thomas, Los Angeles. 

3887 

Call (A) from Mr. Harris. See Mod- 
ern Cinderella. 

Call (The) of the Mormon battalion; 
a drama in 2 acts with prologue, 
from the story of Daniel Tyler, by 
B. A. Kleinman. © 1 c. June 10, 
1936 ; D 43063 ; Bertha A. Kleinman, 
Mesa, Ariz. 3888 

Calm (The) before the storm. See 
Kid (The) sister. 

Cambridge (The) mystery. See Un- 
solved mysteries. 

Camille; an adaptation, by W. E. 
Harris, of the play, Camille, written 



by Alexander Dumas, fils. © 1 c. 
June 2, 1936; D 42900; William 
Elder Harris, Cambridge, Mass. 

3889 

Candles of youth ; a pageant for Chil- 
dren's day, by Verna Whinery,. music 
by I. H. Meredith. New York city, 
1936. 20 p. 8 vo. © Apr. 9, 1936; 
2 c. May 2:1 ; D 39089 ; Tullar-Mere- 
dith co., New York. 3890 

Capital punishment; by George W. 
Porter. {In The One-act theatre, 
the seventh book. London, New 
York [etc.] 1986) © Jan. 17, 1986; 
1 c. June 16; D 43238; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 3891 

Cardigan (The) kid; a comedy in 1 
act, by William B. Sears. Chicago 
[1986] 39 p. diagr. 12mo. © June 
4, 1936 ; 2 c. June 11 ; D 43067 ; Dra- 
matic pub. co., Chicago. 3892 

Catherine de Medici ; by W. A. Silver. 
© 1 c. June 3, 1936; D 42929; War- 
ren Abraham Silver, New York. 

3893 

Centaur (The) ; in 2 acts, by B. Stavis. 
© 1 c. June 11, 1936 ; D 43461 ; Bar- 
rie Stavis, New York. 3894 

Chatter. See Debutante plays. 

Check to the king ; a romantic comedy 
of Charles II and Nell Gwyn, in 3 
acts, by Claude Radcliffe. London, 
New York [etc.] 1936. 60,. [1] p. 
diagr. 12mo. ( [French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 1799]) © Apr. 17, 1936; 
1 c. June 16; D 43246; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 3895 

Cherokee (The) night ; a play, by Lynn 
Riggs. New York, London [etc.] 
1936. p. [122] -262. 12mo. [With 
Russet mantle, by Lynn Riggs] © 
Mar. 18, 1986; 2 c. June 17; D 
43224 ; Samuel French, New York. 

3896 

Children in darkness ; a play in 3 acts, 
by H. S. Steinhardt. © 1 c. June 10, 
1936; D 43017; Herschel S. Stein- 
hardt, New York. 3897 

Chinaman's (The) cell. See Unsolved 
mysteries. 

Christmas (A) miracle play. See Six 
altar plays. 

Christmas time ; a play for children, by 
Susan Buchan. London, New York 
[etc.] 1936. 18 p. 12lno. ( [French's 
plavs for juvenile performers, no. 
31]) © Apr. 2, 1986; 1 c. June 16; 
D 43249; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 3898 



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no. 6, 1936 



3918 



Cigalon. See Merlusse. Cigalon. 

Cinderella ; a cynical pantomime in 3 
scenes, by V. C. Clinton-Baddeley, 
with music by Walter Leigh. Lon- 
don, Samuel French, ltd. ; New York 
[etc.] Samuel French, inc., 1935. 15 
p. 12mo. ([French's acting edition, 
no. 1518]) Text. © June 7, 1935; 
1 c. June 16, 1936; D 43264; V. C. 
Clinton-Baddeley, London. 3890 

Citizen almost up to date ; by Loyd 
L. Shelton. 1936. 2 numb. 1. 4to. 
© Feb. 18, 1936; 2 c. June 3; D 
43378 ; Wetmore declamation bureau, 
Sioux City, la. 3900 

City desk; an original scrip for radio 
broadcast, by Edith Meiser. episode 
no. 8. Adventure in painless den- 
tistry- © 1 c. June 5, 1936; D 
43120 ; McKnight and Jordan, inc., 
New York. 3901 

episode no. 9. Pretty Baby 

Bunting. © 1 c. June 5, 1936; D 
43121; McKnight and Jordan, inc., 
New York. 3902 

episode no. 10. What goes 



up. © 1 c. June 5, 1936: D 43122; 
McKnight and Jordan, inc., New 
York. 3903 

episode no. 11. Mystery of 



the sea serpent. © 1 c. June 27, 
1936; D 43552; McKnight and Jor- 
dan, inc., New York. 3904 

episode no. 12. They found 



a body. © 1 c. June 27, 1936; D 
43553 ; McKnight and Jordan, inc., 
New York. 3905 

episode no. 13. Murder in 



the bridal suite. © 1 c. June 27, 
1936; D 43554; McKnight and Jor- 
dan, inc., New York. 3906 

Clematis ; a romance based on the 
lives of George Eliot (Mary Ann 
Evans) and George Henry Lewis, 
in 3 acts, by M. D. Candee. © 1 c. 
June 18, 1936; D 43283; Marjorie 
Dent Candee, New York. 3907 

Cocktail (The) bar; a romantic op- 
eretta in 3 acts, text and music by 
L. F. Chase, based on the short 
story The fifth man, by L. F. Chase 
and Ian I. MacDonald. © 1 c. May 
27, 1936; D 39091; Lloyd Fremont 
Chase, San Francisco. 3908 

College cruise ; nautical operetta of 
adventure, in 3 acts, music by H. A. 
Dunn, book by Helen S. Faulkner. 
© 1 c. May 27, 1936; D 39103: Hu- 
bert A. Dunn, San Mateo, Calif. 

3909 



Come out on the road; an original 
screen story, by J. F. Black. © 1 c. 
June 12, 1936; D 43469; Jean Fer- 
guson Black, Richmond Hill, N. Y. 

3910 

Come out to play ; a collection of 
poems, monologues and plays, chiefly 
for children, by Mabel Constandu- 
ros. London [1936] 112 p. 12mo. 
Dramatic contents. — Monologues : 
Sunday afternoon. — Bed-time. — A 
schoolgirl interviews a star. — Man- 
aging a parent. — Polka obligate. — 
Guy Fawkes Guy. — Three small 
plays: The dragon's bride. — Emma's 
country holiday. — The wishing-well. 
© Jan. 1, 1936; 1 c. June 16; D 
43228; Samuel French, ltd., London. 

3911 

Come to Texas ! a centennial play, by 
John C. Granbery. Georgetown, 
Tex., The Sun publishing company 
[1936;] 1 p. 1., [13] p. 8vo. © May 
22, 1936 ; 2 c. June 1 ; D 43442 ; John 
Cowper Granbery, Georgetown, Tex. 

3912 

Community (The) minstrels; a com- 
plete minstrel show, by J. C. Mc- 
Mullen. Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, 
Cal. [1936] 54 p. 12mo. (Baker's 
world famous minstrel shows) © 
May 22, 1936 ; 2 c. June 1 ; D 43369 ; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston, Mass. 

3913 

Coney Island. See Echoes of New 
York town. 

Country church of Hollywood; epi- 
sodes nos. 27, 28, 31, 32, by W. B. 



Hoj 



© 1 c. each June 5, 1936; D 



43517 ; Radio transcription co. of 
America, ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 

3914 

Co-what ! by C. R. Wentland. 1936. 1 
p. 1., 6 numb. 1. fol. © June 2, 
1936 ; 2 c. June 5 ; D 42953 ; Clarence 
R. Wentland, W T ashburn, Wis. 

3915 

Cracker Boy Jim; episodes nos. 1, 2, 
a dramatic composition for radio 
presentation, by C. Corliss Crain 
[pseud, of J. Jex] © 1 c. each 
May 2, 1936; D 43555, 43556; John 
Jex, New York. 3916, 3917 

Cripples all ; an original play in 1 act, 
by L. M. Chirlian and W. A. Man- 
heimer. © 1 c. June 6, 1936; D 
42980; Leonora Morrison Chirlian 
and Wallace A. Manheimer, New 
York. 3918 



83067—36- 



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3919 



pt. I, v. 9 



Cris des coeurs ; spectacle en 2 parties 
[par] Jean Victor Pellerin. Paris, 
Coutan-Lambert [1935] 3 p. L, 9-152 
[1] p. l2mo. ( [Masques — biblio- 
theque d'art dramatique] ) © Dec. 
1, 1935 ; 1 c. Feb. 20, 1936 ; D 42936 ; 
Jean Victor Pellerin, Paris. 3919 

Curse you, Jack Dalton! an old-fash- 
ioned melodrama in 1 act, by Wilbur 
Braun. New York, London [etc.] 
1936. 50 p. diagr. 12mo. © Apr. 
30, 1936; 2 c. June 17; D 43214; 
Samuel French, New York. 3920 

Dame (Eine) hat angernfen . . .; 
lustspiel in 3 akten, von Adolf Eisler 
und Fritz Griinbaum. © 1 c. June 
3, 1936; D 43181; Theaterverlag 
Otto Eirich, g. m. b. h., Vienna. 

3921 

Daniel Deronda. See Gwendolen Har- 
leth. 

Dark dawn; a play in 3 acts, by 
Micaela O'Harra [pseud, of B. W. 
Williams] © 1 c. June 11, 1936; 
D 43159; Bernice Winifred Wil- 
liams, Nampa, Id. 3922 

David Copperfield. See Hour (An) 
with Charles Dickens. 

Dazzler (The) ; a 3-act play, by Clara 
M. Jelliffe. © 1 c. May 4, 1936; D 
43474 ; Clara Marston Jelliffe, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3923 

Deacon (The) and the Jewess; a play 
in 1 act, by H. F. Rubinstein. Lon- 
don. New York [etc.] 1935, 28 p. 
12mo. ( [French's acting edition, 
no. 1638]) © Dec. 12, 1935; 1 c. 
June 16, 1936; D 43260; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 3924 

Deadline ; a play in 3 acts, by R. White 
and G. Bnrtnett. © 1 c. May 18, 
1936; D 43307; Robert White, West 
Los Angeles, and Gerald Burtnett, 
Los Angeles. 3925 

Dear lady, be brave ; a farce-comedy in 
1 act, by Loyd L. Shelton. Sioux 
City, la., 1935. 11 p. 12mo. © Sept. 
15, 1935; 2 c. Dec. 16; D 43385; 
Wetmore declamation bureau, Sioux 
City, la. 3926 

Dearest (The) gift; a poetical drama- 
tization of Thomas Moore's Para- 
dise and the Peri, by J. E. Conway. 
© 1 c. June 24, 1936 ; D 43437 ; Jane 
Elizabeth Conway, New Bedford, 
Mass. 3927 

Death Valley days ; a series of radio 
sketches, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
May 28, 1936. The Valencia land 



grant. © 1 c. June 25, 1936; D 
43458; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 3928 

June 4, 18, 1936. Law west 



of the Pecos, pts. 1, 2. © 1 c. each 
June 25, 1936; D 43459, 43460; Pa- 
cific coast borax co., New York. 

3929, 3930 

Debutante plays ; for girls twelve to 
twenty, by Olive Price. New York, 
London [etc.] 1936. 5 p. 1., 3-154 p. 
12ino. Contents. — The golden fan. — 
Chatter. — The silhouette and the 
stars. — Glittering moment. — A dress 
to dance in. — Sacrifice in brocade. — - 
Romanza. © May 6, 1936 ; 2 c. June 
17; D 43207; Samuel French, New 
York. 3931 

Decoration (A) day surprise. See 
While the city sleeps. 

Deep water ; a play in 1 act, by Larry 
Adrian Downey [i. e. Lawrence Ad- 
rian Downey] © 1 c. June 13, 1936 ; 
D 43145; Lawrence Adrian Downey, 
Los Angeles. 3932 

Demas ; a play of the first century, by 
Dorothy Elderdice. Boston, Mass., 
Los Angeles, Cal. [1936] 28 p. 
diagr. 12mo. (Baker's religious 
plays and pageants) © May 28, 
1936 ; 2 c. June 1 ; D 42886 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 3933 

Derbv (The) league; by Luella E. Mc- 
Mahon. 1936. 4 numb. 1. 4to. © 
Jan. 28, 1936 ; 2 c. June 3 ; D 43379 ", 
Wetmore declamation bureau, Sioux 
City, la. 3934 

Desmond (The) Taylor murder mys- 
tery. See Unsolved mysteries. 

Deuces wild ; a comedy drama in 3 
acts, by M. Bourn. © 1 c. June 10, 
1936 ; D 43044 ; Mary Bourn, St. Al- 
bans, L. I., N. Y. 3935 

Disappointment (The) See Fools' 
gold. 

Divo (II) del cinema; operetta bril- 
lante in 3 atti, parole e musica di 
Marcello Cagnacci. Firenze, 1936. 
48 p. fol. Spartito per canto e piano- 
forte. © Apr. 25, 1936 ; 1 c. June 1 ; 
D 39090; Ditta R. Maurri, Florence, 
Italy. 3936 

Doctor (The) comes from Moscow; a 
drama in 1 act, by Lew Barrington 
Wallace. Boston, Mass., Los Ange- 
les, Cal. [1936] 17 p. 12mo. © 
June 13, 1936 ; 2 c. June 22 ; D 43346 ; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 3937 



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no. 6, 1936 



3953 



Dog tricks. See While the city sleeps. 

Dog (The) watch. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Don Giovanni ; oder, Der bestrafte 
wiistling, oper in 2 aufztigen, von 
Wolfgang Amadens Mozart, dichtung 
von Lorenzo da Ponte, deutsche 
iibersetzung von Siegfried Anheisser. 
Berlin [1935] 72 p. 12mo. Text. 
© Sept. 11, 1935 ; 1 c. May 25, 1936 : 
D 42938 ; Dentscher mnsikverlag in 
der N. S.-kiiltnrgemeinde, Berlin. 

3938 

Don't throw glass houses ; a comedy in 
3 acts, by D. Frankel. © 1 c. June 
11, 1936; D 43082; Doris Frankel, 
New York. 3939 

Double feature ; a comedy-drama in 3 
acts, by C. J. Leahy. © 1 c. June 19, 
1936; D 43313; Charles Joseph 
Leahy, New York. 3940 

Down Roxbury road. See Jamaica 
Plains. 

Down to earth ; a play in 3 acts, by O. 
Molarsky. © 1 c. June 2, 1936; D 
42902; Osmond Molarsky, Nutley, 
N. J. 3941 

Downgrade ; a play in 1 act, by Sam- 
uel Harold [pseud, of H. S. Donitz] 
© 1 c. June 26, 1936 ; D 43462 ; Har- 
old S. Donitz, Brooklyn. 3942 

Dragon's (The) bride. See Come out 
to play. 

Dramas of daring deeds depicting 
Texas history ; by Bessie Lee Dickey 
Roselle. San Antonio, Tex., 1936, 
6 p. 1., 3-66 p. 8vo. Contents- 
Periods of progress, a pageant re- 
viewing the last century of Texas 
history. — The messenger of defeat, 
a play presenting the siege of the 
Alamo, in 3 scenes. — The black 
beans, a play picturing the climax 
of the Mier expedition. — New Year's 
creek, a play dealing with the first 
American colony in Texas. — The 
turn of the tide, a drama glimpsing 
the battle of San Antonio, in 3 
scenes. — Deathless names, a play 
dramatizing the Texas Declaration 
of independence. — The awakening, a 
pageant of Texas wild flowers. © 
Jan. 31, 1936; 2 c. and aff. Apr. 27; 
A 93836 ; Naylor co., San Antonio. 

3942* 

Dreamer (The) ; a screen play, writ- 
ten by A. B. Waltz, C. P. Lowrey 
and M. C. Lowrey. © 1 c. June 6, 
1936; D 43470; Almedia B. Waltz, 



Long Beach, Calif., Catherine P. 
LowreY, and Mountford C. Lowrey, 
Porterville, Calif. 3943 

Dress (A) to dance in. See Debutante 
plays. 

Drums (The) roll on; a post-war epic 
in 1 act, by Charles George. Boston, 
Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. [1936] 16 p. 
12mo. ([Baker's plays for ama- 
teurs]) © May 28, 1936; 2 c. June 
1 ; D 42884 ; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 3944 

Dusty corners ; a play in 3 acts, by M. 
Sulkes. © 1 c. June 30', 1986; D 
43560; Mark Sulkes, Los Angeles. 

3945 

Dweller (The) in the innermost; a 
morality in 5 scenes, by J. E. Con- 
way, adapted from An interlude of 
youth. © 1 c. June 19, 1936; D 
43320; Jane Elizabeth Conway, New 
Bedford, Mass. 3946 

Easy impromptus ; twenty blackouts, 
by Various authors. Boston, Mass., 
Los Angeles, Calif. [1936] 125 p. 
12mo. (Baker's plays) © June 8, 
1936 ; 2 c. June 11 ; D 43023 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 3947 

Echoes of New York town ; by McCann- 
Erickson, inc. episode no. 34. P. T. 
Barnum. © 1 c. June 25, 1986; D 
43454; McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. 3948 

episode no. 35. Evenings at 

Wallack's theatre. © 1 c. June 25, 
1936; D 43455; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 3949 

episode no. 36. Long Island 

tercentenary. © 1 c. June 25, 1936 ; 
D 43456; McCann-Erickson, inc., 
New York. 3950 

episode no. 37. Coney Island. 

© 1 c. June 25, 1936; D 43457; 
McCann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

3951 

Eden end ; a play in 3 acts, by J. B. 
Priestley. London, Samuel French, 
ltd. ; New York [etc.] Samuel 
French, inc., 1985. 78 p. plate. 8vo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 1693] ) 
© Dec. 9, 1935; 1 c. June 16, 1936; 
D 43266; J. B. Priestley, London. 
[Copyright is claimed on Acting edi- 
tion with new matter added] 3952 

Elements (The) of acting; by M. G. 
Thompson. © 1 c. June 16, 1936; 
D 43150; Mary Gray Thompson, 
Oklahoma City, Okl. 3953 



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3954 



pt. i, v. 9 



Elizabeth and Mary; by T. C. Fowle. 
(In The One-act theatre, the seventh 
book. London, New York [etc.] 
1936) © Jan. 17, 1936; 1 c. June 
16; D 43237; Samuel French, ltd., 
London. 3954 

Elizabeth the Magnificent. See Valley 
of Kings. 

Emma's country holiday. See Come 
out to play. 

Enchanted (The) garden; an operetta 
in 3 acts, libretto by The Calvin 
Coolidge school, Seventh and eighth 
grades [under editorial supervision 
of Donna H. Johnson] music by 
Elizabeth Boyajian assisted by Nat- 
alie Weeks, Akabie Kaloustian, 
Edythe Solberg, Roberta Whipple, 
directed by Donna H. Johnson, as- 
sisted by Grace I. Woodbury, Grace 
M. Thomas, Mollie C. Duffee, cos- 
tumes and scenery by Art depart- 
ment and Manual arts department, 
assisted by M. Catherine Conlon, 
Carl W. Lombard; dances created 
and coached by Betty Compbell '35. 
1936. 8 p. 1., 24. 4to. © Apr. 6, 
1936; 2 c. May 6; D 39100; Donna 
H. Johnson, Boston. 3955 

Eternal (The) hills; a play in a pro- 
logue and 2 acts, by Elliot Field. 
Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. 
[1936] 72 p. 12mo. Contains music. 
© May 28, 1936; 2 c. June 1; D 
42890 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

3956 

Evening's at Wallack's theatre. See 
Echoes of New York town. 

Exit the big bad wolf; by Luella 
McMahbn. 1935. 3 numb. 1. 4to. 
© Jan. 15, 1935; 2 c. Dec. 16; D 
43394 ; Wetmore declamation bureau, 
Sioux City, la. 3957 

Face (The) that launched a thousand 
ships ; or, For Helen's sin,, a play in 
6 acts, based upon Greek history and 
mythology including the Iliad of 
Homer, by George Hembert Westley 
[pseud, of G. Hippisley] © 1 c. 
June 17, 1936 ; D 43189 ; George Hip- 
pisley, Woburn, Mass. 3958 

Falling angel ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Gerald Gould and Barbara Burn- 
ham. London, Victor Gollancz, ltd., 
1936. 128 p. 12nw. © Apr. 20,. 1936 ; 
1 c. June 16 ; D 43230 ; Gerald Gould 
and Barbara Burnham, London. 

3959 

Family affairs ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Gertrude Jennings. London, New 



York [etc.] 1935. 4 p. 1., 5-87 p. 
diagr. 8vo. ( [French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 797]) © Dec. 27, 1935; 
1 c. June 16, 1936 ; D 43267 ; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. [Copyright is 
claimed on Acting edition with new 
matter added] 3960 

Family album ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
H. M. Rubin. © 1 c. June 22, 1936 ; 
D 43365; Harry M. Rubin, Charles- 
ton, S. C. 3961 

Far, far away ; a sentimental play in 1 
act, by Philip Johnson. London, 
New York [etc.] 1936. 36 p. plate. 
12m o. ( [French's acting edition, no. 
140] ) © Jan. 21, 1936 ; 1 c. June 16 ; 
D 43229; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 3962 

Fast colors ; by C. J. Leahy. © 1 c. 
June 19 r 1936; D 43314; Charles 
Joseph Leahy, New York. 3963 

Femme ( La ) en fleur ; piece en 3 actes 
[par] Denys Amiel. [Paris] 1936. 
30, [2] p. illus. 4to. (La Petite 
illustration, no. 768) © Apr. 11, 
1936 ; 1 c. May 21 ; D 43032 ; Denys 
Amiel, Paris. 3964 

Fiesta (La) ; a 1-act play with music 
(type of music suggested) based 
upon an incident in the life of the 
Southwest's romantic boy bandit, 
Billy the Kid, by Albert Van Ant- 
werp. Sioux City, la., 1935. 15 p. 
12mo. Text. © Sept. 15, 1935 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 16 ; D 43386 ; Wetmore declama- 
tion bureau, Sioux City, la. 3965 

Fifth (The) man. See Cocktail (The) 
bar. 

Figurettes ; by Jane Louise Van Al- 
styne. © 1 c. June 25, 1936 ; D 43446 ; 
Wickmar film production, inc., New 
York. 3966 

First lady of Athens ; a play in 2 acts, 
by B. Yurka. © 1 c. June 5, 1936; 
D 42977 ; Blanche Yurka, New York. 

3967 

Fiston ; comedie en 4 actes [par] 
Andre Birabeau. [Paris] 1936. 34 p. 
illus. 4 to. La Petite illustration, 
no. 769) © Apr. 18, 1936; 1 c. May 
21 ; D 43033 ; Andre Birabeau, Paris. 

3968 

Five minutes : a drama in 1 act, by 
Philip Slade. London, New York 
[etc.] 1935. 23 p. 12mo. ([French's 
acting edition, no. 1514] ) © Dec. 12, 
1935; 1 c. June 10, 1936; D 43232; 
Samuel French, ltd., London. [Copy 



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right is claimed on Acting edition 
with new matter added.] 3969 

Flea (The) gang's first cigars; by W. 
Henry Galbreth. 1985. 3 numb. 1. 
4to. © Jan. 15, 1935; 2 c. Dec. 16; 
D 43443; Wetmore declamation bu- 
reau, Sioux City, la. 3976 

Flesh versus steel: a play in 3 acts, 
in prose and verse, by G. F. Meyers. 
© 1 c. June 18, 1936 ; D 43279 ; George 
F. Meyers, New York. 3971 

Flower (A) fantasy. See Four plays 
for Children's day. 

Food table topics ; [by Otto Gladstone. 
1936] 2 p. 1., 2-16 numb. 1., 1 1. 
4to. © May 28, 1936 ; 2 c. May 29 ; 
D 43278; Otto Gladstone, New York. 



Fool's gold; a comic-opera, book and 
lyrics by J. B. Russak, adapted from 
the first American comic-opera, The 
disappointment, or, Force of credul- 
ity, by Andrew Barton. First pub- 
lished in 1767. Text. © 1 c. June 
1, 1936; D 42882; Jon Ben Russak, 
New York. 3973 

For Charley ; a play in 1 act, by Juliet 
Wilbor Tompkins. New York, Lon- 
don [etc.] 1936. 27 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© June 4, 1936; 2 c. June 17; D 
43198; Samuel French, New York. 

3974 

For Helen's sin. See Face (The) that 
launched a thousand ships. 

For the love o' Mike ; bv Leota Hulse 
Black. 1935. 4 numb. 1. 4to. © 
Sept. 15, 1935 ; 2 c. Dec. 16 ; D 43462 ; 
Wetmore declamation bureau, Sioux 
City, la. 3975 

For their sake : a play in 3 acts, by 
S. Brodney. © 1 c. June 29. 1936; 
D 43563 ; Spencer Brodnev, New 
York. 3976 

Force of credulity. See Fools' gold. 

Foreign (The) legion ; a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by Allan Hoffman, in part 
founded on the story, Under two 
flags, by Ouida [pseud, of Louise De 
la Ramee] © 1 c. June 1. 1986; 
D 42877 : Allan Alden Hoffman, Car- 
mel, Calif. 3977 

Forest (The) speaks: a play in 3 acts 
and an epilogue, by Helen Manville 
Butler [pseud, of H. Hirschberg] 
© 1 c. May 21. 1936 ; D 43068 ; Helen 
Hirschberg, New York. 3978 



Fortune ; a play in 1 act, by Susan 
Buchan. London, New York [etc.] 
1986.- 18 p. 12mo. ( [French's act- 
ing edition, no. 1215]) © Apr. 8, 
1936 ; 1 c. June 16 ; D 43255 ; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 3979 

Four for a night ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Anzonetta and Wilson Collison. 
© 1 c. June 6, 1936; D 42984; An- 
zonetta Collison, Pacific Palisades, 
Calif. 3986 

Four plays for Children's day (or gen- 
eral use) ; Chicago, 111., Hope pub- 
lishing co. [1936] 23 p. 12mo. Con- 
tents. — Signs by the wayside, by El- 
sie Duncan Yale. — Givers all, by 
Elsie Duncan Yale. — A flower fan- 
tasy, by Virginia Lord Vernon. — A 
little child shall lead them, by Mat- 
tie B. Shannon. © May 7, 1936; 

2 c. May 26; D 43028 ; Hall-Mack co., 
Philadelphia. 3981 

Foxy Mrs. Foster ; a farcical fun-fest in 

3 acts, by Bruce Brandon [pseud, of 
Wilbur Braun] New York, London 
[etc.] 1936. 122 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© May 28, 1936; 2 c. June 17, 
D 43217 ; Samuel French, New York. 

3982 

French politics ; by S. Gurvitz. © 1 c. 
June 26, 1936 ; D 43463 ; Simon Gur- 
vitz, Detroit. 3983 

Frenetiques ; piece en 5 tableaux [par] 
Armand Salacrou. Paris [1936] 
1 p. 1., [133]-252 p., 2 1. 12mo. 
[With :L' inconnue d' Arras, par 
Armand Salacrou] © Feb. 20, 1936 ; 
1 c. Apr- & ; D 43132 ; Librairie Galli- 
mard, Paris. 3984 

Friedensbank (Die) ; schauspiel in 4 
akten, von Sil-Vara [i. e. G. A. Sil- 
Vara] © 1 c. June 3, 1936 ; D 43174 ; 
Theaterverlag Otto Eirich, g. m. 
b. h., Vienna. 3985 

Fritzchen ; drama in 1 act, by Her- 
mann Sudermann, edited for class- 
room use, with introduction and 
vocabulary, by George M. Priest 
New York, 1936. vii, [3], 3-81 p. 
12mo. © June 1, 1936 ; 2 c. and aff. 
June 10; A 94833; F. S. Crofts & 
co., inc., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on new matter, pp. i-viii, 
41-81, by George M. Priest] 3985* 

From the side lines ; a rollicking stunt, 
by Marjorie Fredenhagen and Ruby 
Bra in well 1935. 5 numb. 1. 4to. 
© Sept. 15. 1935; 2 c. Dec. 16; D 
43389 : Wetmore declamation bu- 
reau, Sioux City, la. 3986 



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Full house ; a light comedy in 3 acts, 
by Ivor Novello. London, New York 
[etc.] 1936. 79 p. plates. 8vo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 1909] ) 
© Mar. 19, 1936; 1 c. June 16; D 
43234; Samuel French, ltd., London. 

3987 

G-man (The) ; a 3-act comedy-drama, 
by R. J. Feagin. © 1 c. May 27, 
1936 ; D 43435 ; Robert Johnson Fea- 
gin, Topeka, Kan. 3988 

Gang busters ; a radio broadcast pro- 
gram, by Benton & Bowles, inc. 
May 27, 1936. © 1 c. June 1, 1936 ; 
D 42912; Benton & Bowles, inc., 

New York. 3989 

June 3, 1936. © 1 c. June 8, 



1936; D 42991; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 3990 

June 10, 24, 1936. © 1 c. 

each June 27, 1936 ; D 43480, 43481 ; 

Benton & Bowles, inc., New York. 

3991, 3992 

Garibaldi ; a chronicle play of Italian 
freedom in 10 scenes, by John Drink- 
water. London, Sidgwick & Jack- 
son, ltd., 1936. Ill p. 12mo. © 
June 10, 1936 ; 1 c. June 22 ; D 43408 ; 
John Drinkwater, London. 3993 

Gay youth ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Lindsey Barbee. Boston, Mass., Los 
Angeles, Cal. [1936] 100 p. diagr. 
12mo. (Baker's plays) © June 8, 
1936 ; 2 c. June 11 ; D 43022 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 3994 

Get off the earth ! a play in 3 acts, 
by I. Sokoloff. Rev. edition. © 1 c. 
June 27, 1936; D 43498; Ivan So- 
koloff, New York. 3995 

Ghost of Emerson hill. See While the 
city sleeps. 

Gingerbread wives ; a play in 3 acts, 
by D. C. A. Blanchard. © 1 c. June 
19, 1936 ; D 43317 ; Dorothy Caroline 
Albertine Blanchard, New York. 

3996 

Girasoli (I) ; commedia in 3 atti, di 
Guido Cantini. (In Comoedia, anno 
xviii, no. 3, mar. 10, 1936) © Mar. 
10, 1936; 1 c. June 10; D 43133; 
Guido Cantini, Rome. 3997 

Girouette ; comedie inedite en 4 actes, 
par Rene Benjamin. (In Les 
CEuvres libres, no. 17) © Sept. 1, 
1935; 1 c. Feb. 17, 1936; D 42937; 
Rene Benjamin, Paris. 3998 

Givers all. See Four plays for Chil- 
dren's day. 



Glamour for sale ; or, Glamourous ad- 
ventures ; episode no. 1, by Keith 
Fowler and Henry Weiner. © 1 c. 
June 17, 1936; D 43187; Heloise A. 
Lenetska, New York. 



Glamourous adventures. See Glamour 
for sale. 

Glittering moment. See Debutante 
plays. 

Goddess (The) Sekhet ; a play in 1 
act, by J. H. Neebe. © 1 c. June 
29, 1936 ; D 43546 ; Joseph H. Neebe, 
Detroit. 4000 

God's family ; a Children's day drama- 
tization for beginners, primaries and 
juniors, by Martha Bayly, music by 
Arthur Grantley [pseud, of I. H. 
Meredith] New York city [1936] 15 
p. 8 vo. © Apr. 9, 1936 ; 2 c. May 
21; D 39088; Tullar-Meredith co., 
New York. 4001 

Gottliche (Die) Pepi. See Pepi. 

Golden days ; a comic operetta in 2 
acts, libretto by Ralph Birchard, 
music by John Laurence Seymour, 
op. 40. New York, London [etc., 
1936] 4 p. 1., 143 p. diagr. 4to. 
Vocal score and libretto. © Mar. 
17, 1936; 2 c. June 17; D 39095; 
Samuel French, New York. 4002 

Golden (The) fan. See Debutante 
plays. 

Good (A) appetite ! See Hour (An) 
with Charles Dickens. 

Good (A) egg; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Robert C. Schimmel. Boston, 
Mass., Los Angeles, Cal.. [1936] 2 
p. 1., [3] -148 p. diagr. 12mo. ( [Bak- 
er's royalty plays] ) © May 22, 
1936 ; 2 c. June 1 ; D 42891 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 4003 

Good (The) listener; a comedy in 3 
acts, by James Reach. New York, 
London [etcji 1936. 86 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Apr. 22, 1936; 2 c. June 
17; D 43208; Samuel French, New 
York. 4004 

Gossips (The) ; by K. Cummiskey. © 
1 c. June 23, 1936; D 43411; Kath- 
arine Cummiskey, New York. 4005 

Great (The) conspiracy; sound-film 
drama with complete dialogue and 
stage directions, by C. de Fornaro. 
© 1 c. June 6, 1936; D 43422; Carlo 
de Fornaro, New York. 4006 

Green (The) Hornet; by Francis 
Striker, nos. A-33, A-34. © 1 c. 
each June 1, 1936; D 42909, 42910; 



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no. 6, 1936 



4033 



King-Trendle broadcasting Corp., 
Detroit. 4007, 4008 

nos. A-35, A^36. © 1 c. 



each June 2, 1936; D 42925, 42926 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., 
Detroit. 4000, 4010 

nos. A-37, A-38. © 1 c. 



each June 11, 1936; D 43110, 43114; 
King-Trendle broadcasting Corp., 
Detroit. 4011, 4012 

no. A-39. © 1 c. June 20, 

1936 ; D 43358 ; King-Trendle broad- 
casting corp., Detroit. 4013 

nos. A-40, A-41. © 1 c. each 



June 29, 1936 ; D 43514, 43515 ; King- 
Trendle broadcasting corp., Detroit. 
4014, 4015 

Greener pastures; a fable of past, 
present and future, by Howard 
Wolf. Caldwell, Id., 1936. xi, 107 
p. 12mo. © June 1, 1936 ; 2 c June 
11; aff. June 9; A 95639; Caxton 
printers, ltd., Caldwell, Id. 4015* 

Gwendolen Harleth ; a play in 3 acts, 
adapted by E. Kruckemeyer, from 
the novel, Daniel Deronda, by 
George Eliot, pseud. © 1 c. May 
18, 1936; D 42960; Erna Krucke- 
meyer, Cincinnati. 4016 

Gypsy tea room ; a drama in 24 
scenes, written by V. U. Schilling. 
© 1 c. June 24, 1936; D 43478; 
Viola Utter Schilling, New York. 

4017 

Hail Columbia; a play in 3 acts, by 
William and Alida Agar. © 1 c. 
June 27, 1936; D 43496; William 
Agar and Alida Agar, Lakewood, 
N. J. 4018 

Hail ! Hail ! The gang's all here ! a 
dramatic sketch, by Walter Greene. 
© 1 c. June 16, 1936; D 43149; 
Berta Cutti, New York. 4019 

Half-holiday ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Charles Hickman. London, New 
York [etc.] 1935. 88 p. 12mo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 1898]) 
© Dec. 18, 1935 ; 1 c. June 16, 1936 ; 
D 43243; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 4020 

Hand (The) that rocked; a drama in 
3 acts, by Evelyn Amron [pseud, of 
E. N. Goodman] © 1 c. June 27, 
1936 ; D 43499 ; Evalyn N. Goodman, 
Chicago. 4021 

Handicap (The) ; a 3-act comedy- 
drama, by R. J. Feagin. © 1 c. 



June 15, 1936; D 43144; Robert 
Johnson Feagin, Topeka, Kan. 

4022 

Hansel and Gretel ; a fairy opera in 3 
acts, book by Adelheid Wette, music 
by Engelbert Humperdinck, transla- 
tion by O. Paul. Text. © 1 c. May 
23, 1936; D 43039; Olga Paul, New 
York. 4023 

Happy Valley, limited ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by E. L. Rafferty. © 1 c. June 
11, 1936; D 43084; Ewing Lawrence 
Rafferty, Pittsburgh. 4024 

Harry Haddon, house wife, a 1-act 
play, by G. B. Chatfield. © 1 c. 
May 28, 1936; D 43433; Grace Bur- 
nett Chatfield, St. Tiffin, O. 4025 

Haunted (The) railroad. See Un- 
solved mysteries. 

He saw tomorrow; a 1-act radio 
dramatization, by J. S. Hammil. © 

1 c. June 9, 1936; D 43008; Joel 
S. Hammil, New York. 4026 

Heidi ; by Johanna Spyri, adapted for 
the screen, by Perley Poore Shee- 
han. © 1 c. June 20, 1936 ; D 43331 ; 
Mary Perks Bagg, Los Angeles. 

4027 

Heil Columbia ! a 3-act play, by Gerard 
Gaghan. © 1 c. June 18, 1936; D 
43334; Gerard J. Gaghan, Philadel- 
phia. 4028 

Heilige (Der) held; schauspiel in 5 
akten, von Casar von Arx. © 1 c. 
May 25, 1936 ; D 42941 ; Drei masken 
verlag, a. g., Berlin. 4029 

Heiraterei; lustspiel in 4 akten, von 
Anton Gabele. © 1 c. May 25, 1936 ; 
D 42940; Crescendo theaterverlag, 
g. m. b. h., Berlin. 4030 

Heiratsnest (Das) ; operette in 3 ak- 
ten, von Arthur Treumann-Mette, 
nach Zell und Genee, musik von 
Carl Millocker. Text. © 1 c May 
25, 1936; D 42954; Crescendo thea- 
terverlag, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 4031 

Hello trouble; a comedy in 2 acts, by 
Dorothv C. Allen. Boston, Mass., 
Los Angeles, Cal. ri936] 42 p. 
12mo. © June 16, 1936; 2 c. June 
22; D 43340; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 4032 

Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon ; 

2 radio scenes, by Hjalmar Meidell, 
translated by A. R. Sawyer. © 1 c. 
June 11, 1930 ; D 43077 ; Astrid Ros- 
ing Sawyer, Chicago. 4033 



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4034 



pt. I, v. 9 



Here comes Hattie ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Paul S. McCoy. Dayton, O., Paine 
publishing company [1936] 100 p. 
diagr. 16mo. ([Paine's ace high 
plays]) © June 22, 1936; 2 c. June 
23 ; D 43430 ; Lurten M. Paine, Day- 
ton, O. 4034 

Here comes the bride ; a play in 3 acts, 
by W. Vordenberg. © 1 c. June 5, 
1936; D 42975; Wesley Vordenberg, 
Cincinnati. 4035 

Hermit (The) of the hills; a mystery- 
comedy in 3 acts, by Jack Emerson. 
Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. 
[1936] 91 p. 12mo. ( [Baker's edi- 
tion of plays]) © May 22, 1936; 
2 c. June 1; D 42889; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 4036 

Heure (L') H . . .; comedie en 3 
actes [par] Pierre Chaine. [Paris] 
1936. 34, [2] p. illus. 4to. ([La 
Petite illustration, no. 772] ) © May 
9, 1936 ; 1 c. June 4 ; D 43225 ; Pierre 
Chaine, Saint-Cloud, France. 4037 

High adventures ; Audition program, 
by John Eugene Hasty. © 1 c. June 
10', 1936; D 43043; McCann-Erick- 
son, inc., New York. 4038 

High-fidelity Flossie; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Hubert E. Nelson. © 1 c. 
June 6, 1936; D 42976; Hubert Ed- 
ward Nelson, South Springfield, 111. 

4039 

History (The) of Rochester. See 
Queen (The) of the Genesee. 

Hitch-hikers (The) ; script no. 1, a 
dramatic composition, by E. Conrad. 
© 1 c. June 8, 1936; D 43002; Eu- 
gene Conrad, New York. 4040 

Hobby house; episode no. 1, by Lau- 
rance L. Cross [pseud, of L. L. 
Cross] © 1 c. May 8, 1936 ; D 43086 ; 
Luther Laurance Cross, Berkeley, 
Calif. 4041 

Hollisters (The) ; by L. D. Hollister. 
episodes 21-30. © 1 c. each June 
4, 1936; D 42950; Len D. Hollister, 
New York. 4042 

episodes 31-40. © 1 c. each 

June 8, 1936 ; D 43004 ; Len D. Hol- 
lister, New York. 4043 

Holy (The) dragon ; a play in 1 act, by 
Ronald Elwy Mitchell. London, 
New York [etc.] 1935. 22 p. 12mo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 1873] ) 
© Nov. 29, 1935 ; 1 c. June 16, 1936 ; 
D 43261; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 4044 



Home sweet home ; chapters 268-292, 
by Archie Coates. © 1 c. each June 
5, 1936 ; D 42989 ; Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 4045 

episodes nos. 85-90, by Vir- 



ginia Marie Cook. © 1 c. each June 
5, 1936; D 43519; Radio transcrip- 
tion co. of America, ltd., Hollywood, 
Calif. 4046 

Homefolks ; episode no. 1, an original 
radio dramatic series, by L. L. Wade. 
© 1 c. June 30, 1936; D 43547; Lil- 
lian L. Wade, New York. 4047 

Horror (The) of Bena Debele. See 
Unsolved mysteries. 

Hour (An) with Charles Dickens; 
adapted by D. Wareing. London, 
New York [etc., 1935] 24 p. 12mo. 
Contents. — Mr. Pickwick's dilemma 
(from Pickwick papers). — Love thy 
neighbour (from Nicholas Nickle- 
by). — A good appetite] (from David 
Copperfield). — The Beadle's court- 
ship (from Oliver Twist) © Sept. 
2, 1935 ; 1 c. June 16, 1936 ; D 43247 ; 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 4048 

How to speak to a French doctor ; by 
S. Gurvitz. © 1 c. June 16, 1936; 
D 43152 ; Simon Gurvitz, Detroit. 

4049 

How well George does it! a comedy 
in 1 act, by William Gillette." New 
York, Samuel French ; London, Sam- 
uel French, ltd. [etc., etc.] 1936. 33 
p. diagr. 12mo. © Apr. 24, 1936 ; 2 c. 
June 17 ; D 43193 ; William Gillette, 
Hadlyme, Conn. 4050 

Hudsonville gets on the map; by 
Luella E. McMahon. 1935. 3 numb. 1. 
4to. © Sept. 15, 1935 ; 2 c. Dec. 16 ; 
D 43393; Wetmore declamation bu- 
reau, Sioux City, la. 4051 

Hypocrite (The) ; a drama in 1 act, 
by Loyd L. Shelton. Sioux City, la., 
1935. 11 p. 12mo. © Sept. 15, 
1935; 2 c. Dec. 16; D 43387; Wet- 
more declamation bureau, Sioux 
City, la. 4052 

I am condemned ; a play in 3 acts, with 
prologue and epilogue, by I. Louis. 
© 1 c. June 5, 1936 ; D 42978 ; Isidor 
Louis, Los Angeles. 4053 

I am his son ; by Cora Jane Mont- 
gomery. 1936. 2 numb. 1. 4to. © 
Jan. 28, 1936 2 c. June 3 ; D 43373 ; 
Wetmore declamation bureau, Sioux 
City, la. 4054 

Ikhnaton, idealist; a play in 6 scenes, 
by N. Levenson. © 1 c. June 2, 1936 ; 



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4108 



D 42916: Nathan Levenson, Brook- 
lyn. 4055 

Iliad. Sec Face (The) that launched 
a thousand ships. 

Immortals (The) a la carte; by Edith 
S. Nichols. © 1 c. June 2, 1986; 
D 42981; Edith Seabury Nichols, 
Boston. 4050 

In the doghouse ; a play in 3 acts, by 
J. Cohen and D. Levy. © 1 c. June 
4, 1936; D 42942; David Levy and 
Jacob Cohen, Philadelphia. 4057 

Inconnue (L') d' Arras ; piece en 3 
actes [par] Armand Salacrou. Paris 
[19361 3 p. 1., [9]-129 p. 12mo. 
[With Les frenetiques, par Armand 
Salacrou.] © Feb. 20, 1936; 1 c. 
April 9; D 42008 ; Librairie Galli- 
mard, Paris. 4058 

Interlude (An) of youth. See Dweller 
(The) in the innermost. 

Invisible shackles ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Edna Mclntire and K. McLough- 
lin. © 1 c. June 11, 1936; D 43079; 
Katherine McLaughlin and Edna 
Earle Mclntire, Los Angeles. 4059 

Iphigenia Davis ; a tragedy in 3 acts, 
by J. Rhodes. © 1 c. May 19, 1936 ; 
D 43040; Jessica Rhodes, Philadel- 
phia. 4000 

Iseult ; a play for women, in 1 act, by 
Marion Watson. London, New York 
[etc.] 1935. 19, [1] p. 12mo. 
([French's acting edition, no. 34]) 
© Nov. 29, 1935 ; 1 c. June 10, 1936 ; 
D 43253; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 4061 

It caresses the skin ; a new play, by M. 
H. Gropper. Act 1. © 1 c. May 16, 
1936 ; D 43016 ; Milton Herbert Grop- 
per, Los Angeles. [Copyright is 
claimed on 1st act only] 4062 

Its ugly head ; a play in 3 acts, by T. 
Thayer. © 1 c. June 12. 1938; D 
43100; Tiffanv Thaver, Van Nuvs, 
Calif. 4063 

Jack Pearl. See Professor. 

Jamaica plains ; or, Down Roxbury 
road, a play in 3 acts, by Marguerite 
Pearson. © 1 c. June 22, 1936; D 
43364; Marguerite E. Pearson, Los 
Angeles. 4064 

Jelly date : a comedy in 3 acts, by John 
Houston, in collaboration with T. 
Louise Battey. © 1 c. June 2, 1936 ; 
D 42914; John M. Houston, Winter 
Park, Fla. 4065 



Jimmy and Joe ; by E. R. Johnstone, 
episodes 1, 2. © 1 c. each, June 9, 
1986; D 43010, 43011; E. R. John- 
stone, New York. 4066,4067 

episodes 3-6. © 1 c. each 



June 13, 1036 ; D 43123-43126 ; E. R. 
Johnstone, New York. 4068-4071 

Jim's zweites leben ; ein stuck in 3 
akten, von Dora von Landa-Torok. 
© 1 c. June 3, 1936 ; D 43176 ; Thea- 
terverlag Otto Eirich, g. m. b. h., 
Vienna. 4072 

Joan and Gerald ; scripts nos. 1-13, by 
Margo Ringnalda and P. W. Brad- 
ford. © 1 c. June 5, 1986 ; D 43447 ; 
P. W. Bradford, Santa Monica, Calif., 
and Margo Elizabeth Ringnalda, 
Santa Barbara, Calif. 4073 

Junior (The) G men of America; a 
dramatic composition adapted to 
presentation by radio, by Bradford 
G. Hathaway. Apr. 13-17, 20^24. 
27-30, May 1, 1986. © 1 c. each 
June 1, 1936 ; D 43046-43060 ; Brad- 
ford G. Hathaway, inc., Newark, 
N. J. 4074-4088 

May 4-8, 11-15, 18-22, 1936. 



© 1 c. each June 18, 1936 ; D 43288- 
43302; Bradford G. Hathaway, inc., 
Newark, N. J. 4089^103 

Just under the sky ; a play in 2 acts, 
by H. Maloney. © 1 c. June 4, 1936 ; 
D 42951 ; Helen Maloney, New York. 

4104 

Justice ; a prose drama in 2 acts, by 
Helene Breuleux, translated from 
the French by J. H. Pillionnel. © 
1 c. June 10, 1936 ; D 43061 ; Jaques 
Henri Pillionnel, Cambridge, Mass. 

4105 

Kaffee mid Hebe ; lustspiel in 3 akten, 
von Georg Bruckner. © 1 c. June 3, 
1936; D 43177; Theaterverlag Otto 
Eirich, g. m. b. h., Vienna. 4106 

Kaiserin ohne land; ein schauspiel in 
8 bildern, von Eugen Konstantino- 
witsch Illiyn, fur die deutsche bnhne 
bearbeitet, von Friedrich Schrey- 
vogel. Regie- und soufflierbuch. © 
1 c. April 23, 1936 ; D 43146 ; Verlag 
Max Pfeffer, Vienna. 4107 

Kejserens ny klader. See New (The) 
clothes for the emperor. 

Key (The) ; a mystery play in 3 acts, 
by P. L. Berney. © 1 c. May 19, 
1930; D 43035; Paul L. Berne v, New 
York. 4108 



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4109 



pt. I, v. 9 



Kid (The) sister; by General mills, 
inc. continuity no. 1. © 1 c. June 
4, 1936; D 42949; General mills, inc., 
Minneapolis. 4109 

continuity no. 6. Lois gives 

in. © 1 c. June 8, 1986; D 43089; 
General mills, inc., Minneapolis. 

4110 

continuity no. 7, Perry takes 



Butch's advice. © 1 c. June 8, 1936 
D 43090; General mills, inc., Minn- 
eapolis. 4111 

continuity no. 8. Niggers in 

the woodpile. © 1 c. June 8, 1936; 
D 43091 ; General mills, inc., Minn- 
eapolis. 4112 

continuity no. 9. Aunt Be- 
linda's past. © 1 c. June 10, 1936; 
D 43041 ; General mills, inc., Minn- 
eapolis. 4113 

continuity no. 10. The calm 



before the storm. © 1 c. June 10, 
1936; D 43042; General mills, inc. 
Minneapolis. 4114 

King's (The) highway; an allegorical 
pageant play for children, in 1 act, 
with prologue, by L. S. Edwards. © 
1. c. June 13, 1936; D 43139; Lucy 
Shaw Edwards, Oak Park, 111. 4115 

Kingsway ; a play in 3 acts, by G. 
Harrison. © 1 c. June 13, 1936; D 
43130; Geneva Harrison, New York. 

4116 

Kleines genie ; volksstiick in 5 bildern, 
by Otto Bielen. © 1 c. June 3, 1936 ; 
D 43178 ; Theaterverlag Otto Eirich, 
g. m. b. h.,. Vienna. 4117 

Knight (A) of New France. See 
Southwestern nights and romance. 

Kongolo ; a play in 2 acts, by George 
Erdman. © 1 c. June 1, 1936; D 
43119; Lawrence P. Cranwill, New 
York. 4118 

Krazi-inventions ; no. 3, by J. Lowell. 
© 1 c. June 30, 1936; D 43558; 
Juliet Lowell, Scarsdale, N. Y. 

4119 

Kurfiirst (Der) fiihrt den bock; lust- 
spiel mit gesang in 4 akten, von Heinz 
Lorenz. Berlin, 1936. 4 p. 1., [5]- 
103 p. 12mo. Text. © Mar. 1, 
1936 ; 1 c. June 3 ; D 43227 ; Arcadia- 
verlag, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 4120 

Ladies, please! a new play in 3 acts, 
by F. W. Linder. © 1 c. June 26, 
1936; D 43468; Frank Wm. Linder, 
Flushing, N. Y. 4121 



Larry is refused. See Modern Cinder- 
ella. 

Larry sends back the money. See) 
Modern Cinderella. 

Last (The) laugh; a 1-act play, by 
Marjorie Fort. New York, London 
[etc.] 1936. 20 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
Mar. 5,. 1936 ; 2 c. June 17 ; D 43211 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 4122 

Law west of the Pecos. See Death 
Valley days. 

Left center; a 3-act play, by J. R. 
Silverman. © 1 c. June 8, 1936; 
D 43006; Joseph Russell Silverman, 
Chicago. 4123 

Lena Rivers ; a comedy-drama in 3 
acts, by A. Hoffman, dramatized 
from the novel of the same name by 
Mary J. Holmes. © 1 c. June 12, 
1936; D 43098; Allan Alden Hoff- 
man, Carmel, Calif. 4124 

Lend me your baby ; a farce comedy in 
3 acts, by Grace Hayward. New 
York, London [etc.] 1936. 113 p. 
diagr. 12mo. ([French's standard 
library edition]) © Feb. 13, 1936; 

2 c. June 17; D 43195; Samuel 
French, New York. 4125 

Let every heart- ; a modern Christmas 
play in 1 act, by Mary Katherine 
Reely. Chicago [1936] 22 p. 12mo. 
© June 12, 1936 ; 2 c. June 18 ; D 
43276; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 

4126 

Let's call it Christmas ; a play in 1 act, 
by Dorothy C. Allan. Boston, Mass., 
Los Angeles, Calif. [1936] 24 p. 
12mo. (Baker's plays) © May 29 r 
1936 ; 2 c. June 11 ; D 43020 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 4127 

Let's not and say we did ; a comedy in 

3 acts, by S. Diamond. © 1 c. June 
19, 1936 ; D 43321 ; Selma Diamond, 
Brooklyn. 4128 

Libel ! a play in 3 acts, by Edward 
Wooll. London, Manchester, Samuel 
French, ltd. ; New York, Los Angeles, 
Samuel French, inc., 1936. 79 p. 
diagrs. 8vo. ([French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 1739]) © Mar. 30, 1936; 
1 c. June 16; D 43231; Edward 
Wooll, London. [Copyright is 
claimed on Acting edition with new 
matter added] 4129 

Libido on the warpath ; a satire in 2 
acts, by Melvin Brooks [pseud, of T. 
Hirsch] © 1 c. June 22, 1936; D 
43367; Theodore Hirsch, Brooklyn. 

4130 



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4177 



Life begins at sixteen; a comedy of 
youth in 3 acts, by Hilda Manning. 
New; York, London [etc.] 1936. 
108 p. diagr. 12 mo. © Apr. 14, 
1936 ; 2 c. June 17 ; D 43218 ; Samuel 
French, New York. 4131 

Life of Mary Sothern ; by Don Becker. 
scripts iios. 415-417. © 1 c. each 
May 28, 1936 ; D 42897^2S99 ; Cros- 
ley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

4132^134 

scripts nos. 418-420. © 1 c. 



each June 3, 1936; D 42957-42959 
Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

4135-4137 

scripts nos. 421-424. © 1 c. 



each June 10, 1936 ; D 43134-43137 ; 
Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

4138-4141 

scripts nos. 425-427. © 1 c. 



each June 11. 1935 ; D 43324-43326 
Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

4142-4144 

scripts nos. 428, 429. © 1 c. 



each June 15, 1936 ; D 43183, 43184 
Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

4145, 4146 

scripts nos. 430-433. © 1 c. 



each June 20, 1936 ; D 43418-43421 
Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

4147^150 

Like brothers ; a 1-act play, by J. Yar- 
mov. © 1 c. June 16, 1936 ; D 43153 ; 
Jack Yarmov, Atlantic City. 4151 

Lindsay Harper ; a motion picture 
photo-play in manuscript form, by 
A. P. Bridgers. © 1 c. June 13, 
1936; D 43129; Ann Preston Bridg- 
ers, Raleigh, N. C. 4152 

Little (A) child shall lead them. Sec 
Four plays for Children's day. 

Little (The) engineer; by George 
Wicke. © 1 c. June 25, 1936; D 
43445 ; Wickmar film productions, 
inc., New York. 4153 

Little Green Willow ; an operetta in 
8 scenes, book and lyrics by Jose- 
phine Royle, music by Joe Cebu. 
Text. © 1 c. June 13, 1936 ; D 43127 ; 
Josephine Fetter Royle, New York. 

4154 

Little people ; a play in 1 act, by Har- 
old J. Kennedy. Boston, Mass., Los 
Angeles, Calif. [1936] 43 p. illus. 
12mo. © June 16, 1936; 2 c. June 
22; D 43344; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 4155 

Lo, the winter is past. See Six altar 
plays. 



Lock 'em out ; a drama in 1 act, by H. 
T. Zankel. © 1 c. June 13, 1936; 
D 43141; Harry Tevel Zankel, 
Brooklyn. 4156 

Lois gives in. See Kid (The) sister. 

Lone (The) Ranger; by Francis 
Striker, nos. A-122-A-124. © 1 c. 
each June 1, 1936; D 42904-42906; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

4157^159 

nos. A-125-A127. © 1 c. 



each June 2, 1936; D 42922-42924; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

4160-4162 

nos. A-128-A-130. © 1 c. 



each June 11, 1936 ; D 43111-43113 ; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

4163-4165 

nos. A-131-A-133. © 1 c. 



each June 20, 1936 ; D 43359-53361 ; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

4166-4168 

nos. A-134-A-136. © 1 c. 



each June 29, 1936 ; D 43500-43502 ; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

4169-4171 

Long Island tercentenary. See Echoes 
of New York town. 

Lorenzo ( The ) bunch ; a play in a 
prologue and 3 acts, dramatized from 
the novel of Booth Tarkington, by 
C. B. Davis and L. E. Laflin, jr. © 
1 c. June 18, 1936 ; D 43323 ; C. Blev- 
ins Davis, Independence, Mo., and 
Louis E. Laflin, jr., Lake Forest, 111. 

4172 

Losing (The) battle; a comedy in 1 
act, by Hazel Felton and Hazel Ma- 
hood. 1935. 3 numb. 1. 4 to. © 
Sept. 15, 1935 ; 2 c. Dec. 16 ; D 43398 ; 
Wetmore declamation bureau, Sioux 
City, la. 4173 

Lost (The) nation of little people; by 
V. J. Dempsey. broadcast no. 1. © 
1 c. June 8, 1936 ; D 42999 ; Vincent 
J. Dempsey, New York. 4174 

broadcasts nos. 2, 3. © 1 c. 



each June 8, 1936; D 43000, 43001; 
Vincent J. Dempsey, New York. 

4175, 4176 

Love thy neighbour. See Hour (An) 
with Charles Dickens. 

Loves (The) of Byron; episode 6, a 
radio play in 13 episodes, by L. R. 
Cook. © 1 c. June 1, 1936 ; D 43432 ; 
Laurence Russell Cook, Los Angeles. 

4177 



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4178 



pt. i, v. 9 



Love's young pipe-dream; by Luella 
E. McMahon. 1935. 3 numb. 1. 4to. 
© Sept. 15, 1935; 2 c. Dec. 16; D 
43392; Wetmore declamation bu- 
reau, Sioux City, la. 4178 

Ma takes a chance ; by Leota Hulse 
Black. 1935. 3 numb. 1. 4to. © 
Sept. 15, 1935; 2 c. Dec. 16; D 
43401 ; Wetmore declamation bu- 
reau, Sioux City, la. 4179 

Maestro (The) singers; a play in a 
prologue and 2 acts, by Moritz Em- 
ery. © 1 c. May 27, 1936 ; D 42875 ; 
Moritz E. Emery, Philadelphia. 

4180 

Magic (The) voice; episodes nos. 38- 
52, by Augustus Barratt. © 1 c. 
each June 5, 1936 ; D 42988 ; Procter 
& Gamble co., Cincinnati. 4181 

Magic (The) word; a garden fantasy 
in 1 act, the book by Francis Mor- 
ton Howard, the lyrics by Gordon 
Sherry, the music by Richard Bell. 
London, New York [etc.i] 1936. 2 
p. 1., 3-28 p. 8vo. ([French's act- 
ing edition, no. 763] ) Text. © Apr. 
8, 1936; 1 c. June 16; D 43272; 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 4182 

Maid of honor ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
J. D. Bacon. © 1 c. June 1, 1936; 
D 42881; Josephine Daskam Bacon, 
New York. 4183 

Maiden voyage ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Martha Madison [i. e. M. M. 
Gerbino] and Vincent Gerbino. © 
1 c. June 30, 1936 ; D 43561 ; Martha 
Madison Gerbino and Vincent E. 
Gerbino, New York. 4184 

Make mad the guilty ; a drama in 1 
act, by Michael Brand. © 1 c. June 
19, 1936; D 43312; Murray Harold 
Morgan, New York. 4185 

Man in the sun ; a play in 3 acts, based 
on the life of Vincent Van Gogh, 
artist, by J. E. Lerch. © 1 c. June 
12, 1936; D 43115; John Everett 
Lerch, Chicago. 4186 

Man (The) who could not smile; a 
play in 1 act, by Lloyd Graham. 
New York, London [etc.] 1936. 21 p. 
12mo. © Mar. 3, 1936; 2 c. June 
17, D 43215; Samuel French, New 
York. 4187 

Manhattan fox-hunt; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Diana Sibbald. © 1 c. 
June 3, 1936; D 42932; Florence 
Marie Loderhose, New York. 4188 

Manuel (Le) du parfait depute. See, 
Miss Galette. 



Marching song ; by J. H. Lawson. Act 
I. © 1 c. June 2, 1936; D 42915; 
John Howard Lawson, Moriches, 
L. I., N. Y. 4189 

Marcus Whitman; episodes 1-3, a ra- 
dio dramatization, by D. G. Emmons. 
© 1 c. June 22, 1936; D 43350; 
Delia Gould Emmons, Seattle. 

4190 

Mark (The) of the wolf; a fantasy in 
1 act, with lyric and incidental mu- 
sic by H. G. Anundsen. Contains 
music. © 1 c. June 5, 1936; D 
43287; Harriet G. Anundsen, Mon- 
roe, Wis. 4191 

Ma's dollar day ; by Leota Hulse 
Black. 1936. 4 numb. 1. 4to. © 
Jan. 28, 1936 ; 2 c. June 3 ; D 43380 ; 
Wetmore declamation bureau, Sioux 
City, la. 4192 

Ma's hunch; a play in 5 acts, by 
Katharine C. Maclnnis. © 1 c. 
June 26, 1936; D 43464; Katharine 
Crosby Maclnnis, Seattle. 4193 

Masque (The) of kings; a play in 3 
acts, by M. Anderson. © 1 c. June 
6, 1936; D 42983; Maxwell Ander- 
son, New York. 4194 

May they never meet ; a comedy in 2 
acts, by M. Pemberton. © 1 c. May 
14, 1936; D 42876; Murdock- Pem- 
berton, New York. 4195 

Meddling with magic; a farce in 2 
acts, by E. M. Haskins. London, 
New York [etc.,] 1935. 22 p. 12mo. 
( [French's plays for juvenile per- 
formers, no. 27]) © Mar. 1, 1935; 
1 c. June 16, 1936; D 43248; Sam- 
uel French, ltd., London. 4196 

Merlusse. Cigalon ; [par] Marcel Pag- 
nol. Paris [1936] 3 p. 1., 9-221 p. 
12mo. © May 8, 1936 ; 1 c. June 4 ; 
D 43226; Fasquelle editeurs, Paris. 

4197 

Message (A) from Mars (Paul Byron's 
version of ) ; by Richard Ganthony. 
© 1 c. June 19, 1936 ; D 43473 ; Paul 
Byron, New York. 4198 

Midnight (The) call; a melodrama in 
1 act, by Gordon Morris. New York, 
London [etc.] 1936. 42. [2] p. 
diagr. 12mo. © June 5, 1936; 2 c. 
June 17; D 43204; Samuel French, 
New York. 4199 

Millionairess (The) See Simpleton 
(The) of the unexpected isles, The 
six of Calais, and The millionairess. 



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no. 6, 1936 



4219 



Mine eyes close joyfully ; a play in 2 
parts, by G. M. Lynn and V. Rad- 
cliffe. © 1 c. June 27, 1936 ; D 43495 ; 
George M. Lynn, Pasadena, and Vir- 
ginia Radcliffe, Hollywood, Calif. 

4200 

Miracle (A) for Mary; a play in 1 
act, by Ruth Burdin. New York. 
London [etc.] 1936. 31 p. illus., 
diagr. 12mo. © June 5, 1936; 2 c. 
June 17; D 43213; Samuel French, 
New York. 4201 

Miss Blue Byes ; a musical comedy in 
a prologue and 2 acts, book, lyrics 
and music by Charles George. Bos- 
ton, Mass., Los Angeles, Calif., 1936. 
80 p. 8vo. (Baker's plays) Text. 
© May 29, 1936; 2 c. June 11 ; D 
43027 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

4202 

Miss Galette ; ou, Le manuel du parfait 
depute, satire du monde parlemen- 
taire [par] Chiendeberger [pseud.] 
of E. de Sachy and Jean Vicain] 
Paris. Librairie Paillard [1936] 5 p. 
1., [13]-149, [2] p. front. 12mo. 
© Apr. 6, 1936 ; 1 c. May 21 ; D 42939 ; 
Eugenie de Sachy, Paris. 4203 

Miss Marlow at play ; a 1-act comedy, 
by A. A. Milne. London, Samuel 
French ltd.; New York [etc.] Sam- 
uel French, inc., 1936. 23 p. 12mo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 1464] ) 
© Feb. 18. 1936; 1 c. June 16; D 
43263; A. A. Milne, London. 4204 

Miss Tracy; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Ireland Wood, based on Richmal 
Crompton's novel, The odyssey of 
Euphemia Tracy. Londan, New York 
[etc.] 1935. 115 p. diagr. 12mo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 772] ) 
© July 23, 1935 ; 1 c. June 16, 1936 ; 
D 43254; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 6205 

Mississippi magic; by Carl Weber. 

1936. 4 numb. 1. 4to. © Jan. 7, 

1936 ; 2 c. June 3 ; D 43374 ; Wetmore 

declamation bureau, Sioux City, la. 

4206 

Mr. Pickwick's dilemma. See Hour 
(An) with Charles Dickens. 

Mr. Price's pressed pants ; by Pauline 
Phelps. 1936. 2 numb. 1. 4to. © 
Jan. 28, 1936; 2 c. June 3; D 43381; 
Wetmore declamation bureau, Sioux 
City, la. 4207 

Mr. Wiggs of the patch; by R. Fitch 
Hopson. 1935. 3 numb. 1. 4to. © 
Sept. 15, 1935 ; 2 c. Dec. 16 ; D 43397 ; 



Wetmore declamation bureau, Sioux 
City, la. 4208 

Mrs. McWha, the dragon of Wye street ; 
three sketches for any dialect, by 
Patrick Riddell. London, New York 
[etc.] 1935. 24 p. 8vo. ([French's 
acting edition, no. 888] ) Contents. — 
Mrs. McWha at the Ministry of 
labour. — Mrs. McWha at the Minis- 
try of health. — Mrs. McWha at the 
Court of referees. © Dec. 31, 1935 ; 
1 c. June 16, 1936 ; D 43233 ; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 4209 

Mrs. Thrifty Buyer and her daughter 
Prudent ; by R. L. Berentsen. © 1 c. 
Feb. 8, 1936 ; D 42961 ; Ruth Lewis- 
Berentsen, Rochester, N. Y. 4210 

Mixed metaphors ; a play in 3 acts, by 
A. Greendale. © 1 c. June 24, 1936 ; 
D 43436; Alexander Greendale, Chi- 
cago. 4211 

Modern Cinderella ; by General mills, 
inc. continuity no. 1. © 1 c. May 
29, 1936; D 43305; General mills, 
inc., Minneapolis. 4212 

continuity no. 6. Larry sends 

back the money. © 1 c. June 8, 
1936; D 43088; General mills, inc., 
Minneapolis. 4213 

continuity no. 7. A new pos- 
sibility. © 1 c. June 8, 1936; D 
43093; General mills, inc., Minneap- 
olis. 4214 

continuity no. 8. At Shapi- 



ro's office. © 1 c. June 8, 1936; 
D 43094; General mills, inc., Minne- 
apolis. 4215 

continuity no. 9. Larry is 



refused. © 1 c. June 8, 1936; D 
43095; General mills, inc., Minneap- 
olis. 4216 

continuity no. 10. A call 



from Mr. Harris. © 1 c. June 8, 
1936; D 43092; General mills, inc., 
Minneapolis. 4217 

Modern (A) prompt-book of William 
Shakespeare's The taming of the 
shrew. See Taming (The) of the 
shrew (A modern prompt-book of 
William Shakespeare's) 

Monkey wrenches ; a satirical comedy 
in 3 acts, by Don Ellus and James 
Foster. © 1 c. June 9, 1936; D 
43015; Donald Scheier, Madison, O. 

4218 

Monodramas. At the opera luncheon ; 
by H. Lund. © 1 c. June 23, 1936; 
D 43409 ; Helga Lund, Seattle. 4219 



197 



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4220 



pt. i, v. 9 



Monticello (The) party line ; programs 

156-197, by A. M. Mickelsen. © 1 c. 

each June 15, 1936 ; D 43327, 43328 ; 

Anna Marie Mickelsen, Milwaukee. 

4220', 4221 

Moonblind ; a drama in 3 acts, by An- 
tonio Mario Graymando [pseud, of 
G. A. Young] © 1 c. June 6, 1936; 
D 43476; Grayman A. Young, New 
York. 4222 

More merry mimes ; by Lilian I. Sayce. 
London, New York [etc.] 1935, 25 p. 
diagr. 8vo. ( [French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 697]) Contains music. 
Contents. — The open door. — Charles 
Augustus Fortescue. — Widdicombe 
fair. © Sept. 2, 1935 ; 1 c. June 16, 
1936; D 43270; Samuel French, ltd., 
London. 4223 

Morning (The) after; a play in 2 acts, 
by R. Sterling. © 1 c. June 1, 1936 ; 
D 43162 ; Robert Sterling, New York. 

4224 

by Luella E. McMahon. 1935. 2 

numb. 1. 4to. © Jan. 15, 1935; 2 c. 
Dec. 16; D 43391; Wetmore decla- 
mation bureau, Sioux City, la. 

4225 

Morte (La) di Frine ; leggenda tragica 
in 1 atto [di] E. Marco Senea 
[pseud, of Cesare Meano] per la 
musica di Lodovico Rocca. Milano 
[etc.] 1936. 28 p. 12mo. Libretto. 
Italian text. © June 4, 1936; 1 c. 
June 4; D 43031; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 4226 

Mother o' mine ; a melodrama for 
Mother's day, compiled and arranged 
by Mrs. Roy Sumner [i. e. J. D. 
Sumner] Text. © 1 c. June 8, 
1936 ; D 43477 ; Jessie Dody Sumner, 
Marion, Kan. 4227 

Mother of all ; a pageant-drama show- 
ing the contribution of the church 
to civilization, by D. E. Camak. © 1 
c. Mar. 12, 1936; D 43337; David 
English Camak, Canton, N. C. 4228 

Mount (The) Shasta mystery. See 
Unsolved mysteries. 

Mur (Le) d'argent ; comedie en 3 
actes, par Andre Paul [pseud, of A. 
Bardon] © 1 c. May 21, 1936; D 
43034; Andre Bardon, Paris. 4229 

Murder in rehearsal; a mystery farce 
in 3 acts, by Austin Goetz. New 
York, London [etc.] 1936. 

110 p. diagr. 12mo. © Apr. 21, 
1936 ; 2 c. June 17 ; D 43209 ; Samuel 
French, New York. 4230 



Murder in the bridal suite. See City 
desk. 

Murder in the ferris-wheel ; a murder - 
mystery play in 1 act, by Charles 
George. Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, 
Cal. [1936] 31 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
June 16, 1936 ; 2 c. June 22 ; D 43342 ; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 4231 

My best sketches ; by Douglas Furber. 
London, New York [etc.] 1935. 72 p. 
8vo. ( [French's acting edition, no. 
1901]) Contents.— Bed and break- 
fast. — A brother's a bother. — The 
commissionaire explains. — Eternal 
triangle. — Let us fight the talkies. — 
Money talks. — One kiss. — The 
table. — Two minds without a single 
thought. — Winter sports. © Dec. 31, 
1935; 1 c. June 16, 1936; D 43271; 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 4232 

My Tomboy girl ; a musical comedy in 
3 acts, book, lyrics and music, by 
Charles George. Boston, Mass., Los 
Angeles, Calif. [1936] 90 p. 8vo. 
(Baker's plays) Text. © June 1, 
1936 ; 2 c. June 11 ; D 43026 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 4233 

Mystery (The) of Sidney Reilly. See 
Unsolved mysteries. 

Mystery (The) of the Black Drakes. 
See Unsolved mysteries. 

Mystery (The) of the bridge whist ex- 
pert. See Unsolved mysteries. 

Mystery of the brown barn ; a 3-act 
mystery drama, by L. M. Boehm. © 
1 c. June 22, 1936; D 43357; Leota 
Morgan Boehm, New York. 4234 

Mystery of the sea serpent. See City 
desk. 

Necrotones; a radio playlet, by W. 
Hancock. © 1 c. June 1, 1936; D 
43306; William Hancock, New York. 

4235 

Never count your chickens. See 
Q. E. D. 

New (The) clothes of the emperor; 
satire-comedy in 24 scenes, based on 
the fairy-tale, Kejserens ny klader, 
by Hans Christian Andersen. Trans- 
lated from the Danish and comedy- 
dialogue written, ad libitum, and 
arranged for the screen, by J. Ander- 
sen. Rev. version. © 1 c. June 27, 
1936; D 43510; Johannes Andersen, 
West Hollywood, Calif. [Copyright 
is claimed on additions and ' revi- 
sions] 4236 

New (The) deal versus The horse and 
buggy days; a play in 3 acts, by S. 



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4250 



Iverson. © 1 c. June 19, 1936; D 
43322; Severin Iverson, Spokane, 
Wash. 4237 

New leisure; by Harold Brighouse. 
(In The One-act theatre, the seventh 
book. London,New York [etc.] 1936.) 
© Jan. 17, 1936; 1 c. June 16; D 
43236; Samuel French, ltd., London. 

4238 

New (The) maid; a 1-act comedy, by 
M. M. Irvin. © 1 c. June 3, 1936; 
D 42930; Melita McCormack Irvin, 
Chicago. 4239 

New plays for every day the schools 
celebrate; by Minnie A. Niemeier. 
New York [1936] vii, 382 p. 8vo. 
Enlarged edition. Contents. — The 
joys of the New year. — Choosing a 
statue for Lincoln park. — The un- 
opened Valentine. — Washington at 
the helm of state. — St. Patrick's day 
in the land of the west. — The mes- 
sage of Easter. — Jack-in-the-pulpit 
is preaching to-day. — Arbor day or 
Bird day in the woods. — May day in 
our village. — The homemaker and 
her aids. — The veteran's story. — Our 
country's flag. — The adoption of the 
Declaration. — The meaning of Labor 
day. — The adoption of the Constitu- 
tion. — The way to India. — Thanks- 
giving time in Plymouth. — A visit 
from Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus. — 
A junior Red cross pageant. — One 
country, one flag, one language. — A 
calendar for poets' birthdays. — The 
quarrel of the seasons. — The new pa- 
triotism. — Torch bearer of youth. — 
America's graduates of today. — A 
new call to the nations. © May 26, 
1936 ; 2 c. June 19 ; aff. June 20 ; A 
96064 ; Noble and Noble, publishers, 
inc., New York. 4239* 

New (A) possibility. See Modern Cin- 
derella. 

Nicholas Nickleby. See Hour (An) 
with Charles Dickens. 

Niggers in the woodpile. See Kid 
(The) sister. 

Night and nowhere ; a drama in 1 act, 
by R. W. Hubbell. © 1 c. June 11, 
1936; D 43075; Richard Whittaker 
Hubbell, New York. 4240 

No reprieve ; an original screen play, 
by A. T. Stanton. © 1 c. June 15, 
1936; D 43147; Arthur T. Stanton, 
Detroit. 4241 

Notre cceur quotidien ; piece en 4 actes, 
par M. G. Sauvajon et Andre Bost. 
© 1 c. June 4, 1936 ; D 43185 ; Marc 



Gilbert Sauvajon and Andre Bost, 
Valence-s-Rhone, France. 4242 

Ocean airliner carnival ; music, lyrics 
and dialogue, by B. E. Lane. 2d 
and 3d acts. © 1 c. June 24, 1936; 
D 39101; Beatrice E. Lane, Flint, 
Mich. 4243 

Odyssey (The) of Euphemia Tracy. 
Sec Miss Tracy. 

Oh, doctor ! by John R. Kanz, jr. 1935. 
2 numb. 1. 4to. © Sept. 15, 1935; 
2 c. Dec. 16 ; D 43396 ; Wetmore dec- 
lamation bureau, Sioux City, la. 

4244 

Oh sole meow ! by Leota Hulse Black. 
1936. 3 numb. 1. 4to. © Jan. 28, 
1936 ; 2 c. June 3 ; D 43384 ; Wetmore 
detlamation bureau, Sioux City, la. 

4245 

Old (The) crab; a farce-comedy in 3 
acts, by Austin Goetz. Dayton, O., 
Paine publishing company [1936] 
111 p. 12 mo. ( [Paine's ace-high 
plays] ) © June 22, 1936 ; 2 c. June 
23 ; D 43431 ; Lurten M. Paine, Day- 
ton, O. 4246 

Old love letters ; a play in 1 act, by 
Bronson Howard, adapted and ar- 
ranged for production, by Garrett 
H. Leverton. New York, N. Y., Lon- 
don [etc.] [1936] 35 p. diagr. 
l2mo. © May 8, 1936 ; 2 c. June 17 ; 
D 43472 ; Samuel French, New York. 

4247 

Oliver Twist ; a dramatization in 6 
episodes, by Marvin G. Robinson. 
Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. 
[1936] 31 p. 12mo. ([Baker's 
junior high school series] ) © May 
21, 1936 ; 2 c. June 1 ; D 42892 ; Wal- 
ter H. Baker co., Boston. 4248 

a play in 3 acts, by John Ravold, 

from the book by Charles Dickens. 
New York, London [etc.] 1936. 94 
p. diagr. 12 mo. © June 4, 1936; 
2 c. June 17; D 43222; Samuel 
French, New York. 4249 

See also, Hour (An) with Charles 

Dickens. 

On stage ; a comedy in 2 acts, by Ben- 
jamin M. Kaye. New York, Samuel 
French ; London, Samuel French, 
ltd. [etc., etc.] 1936. 110 p. diagrs. 
12 mo. ([French's standard library 
edition] ) © Apr. 2, 1936 ; 2 c. June 
17; D 43194; Benjamin M. Kaye, 
New York. 4250 



On the road to Bethlehem, 
altar plays. 



See Six 



199 



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4251 



pt. I, v. 9 



On to California ; an epic drama of 
1846-1847, depicting the trek of the 
Mormon battalion, in 3 acts, by B. A. 
Kleinman. © 1 c. June 10, 1936; 
D 43062 ; Bertha A. Kleinman, Mesa, 
Ariz. 4251 

Once a gentleman ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Armitage Owen. London, New 
York [etc.] 1936. 79 p. plates, di- 
agrs. 12 mo. ( [French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 1868] ) © May 7, 1936 ; 1 c. 
June 16; D 43244; Samuel French, 
ltd., London. 4252 

Once upon a time ; a play in 4 acts, by 
B. Marconnier. © 1 c. June 13, 
1936; D 43128; Byrne Marconnier, 
New York. 4253 

One more puritan; a play in 5 seines, 
by W. Hancock. © 1 c. May 7, 1936 ; 
D 43071; William Hancock, New 
York. 4254 

One up on sunshine ; a comedy-farce in 
3 acts, by L. F. Freeman and Wilda 
Vehlow. © 1 c. May 23, 1936; D 
43037 ; Lloyd F. Freeman and Wilda 
R. Vehlow, Brooklyn. 4255 

O'Neills (The) ; episodes 151-175, by 
Jane West. © 1 c. each June 5, 1936 ; 
D 42987 ; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 4256 

Orville's big date; a comedy in 1 
act, by Ruth Wilson Kelsev. Chi- 
cago [1936;] 23 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
June 4, 1936 ; 2 c. June 11 ; D 43066 ; 
Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 4257 

Our people; a drama in 3 acts, by 
R. J. Sullivan and Malcolm Atter- 

N bury. © 1 c. June 5, 1936 ; D 43160 ; 
Robert J. Sullivan, Reading, Pa. 

4258 

Over the top; a musical play, by J. 
Altman, S. Laurens and E. Simon, 
lyrics by J. Altman and S. Laurens. 
Text. © 1 c. June 6, 1936 ; D 43429 ; 
Jess Altman, Sidney Laurens, Eu- 
gene Simon, Detroit 4259 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins ; continuities 
nos. 723 E. T— 747 E. T., by Lee 
Gebhart. © 1 c. each June 5, 1936 ; 
D 42986 ; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 4260 



See Echoes of New 



P. T. Barnum. 
York town. 

Pacific-express ; eine dramatische ko- 
modie, von Friedrich Krebs. (c) 1 c. 
June 3, 1936; D 43175; Theaterver- 
lag Otto Eirich, g. m. b. h., Vienna. 

4261 



Pageant (The) of Dakota-land; by 
Joseph Mills Hanson and G. Harri- 
son Durand. Yankton, S. D., The 
Pioneer press, 1936. 36 p. 8vo. © 
May 27, 1936 ; 2 c. June 1 ; D 42883 ; 
Joseph Mills Hanson, Washington, 
and G. Harrison Durand, Yankton, 
S. D. 4262 

Pants of the family; a play in 2 
scenes, by J. T. Fullerton. © 1 c. 
June 23, 1936; D 43412; James 
Townsend Fullerton, Port Town- 
send, Wash. 4263 

Paradise and the Peri. See Dearest 
gift. 

Paris ladies limited ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Titayna [pseud, of E. 
Sauvy] and M. Cocteau, translated 
by Marthe Baylis. Version 1. © 
1 c. May 11, 1936; D 42919; Elisa- 
beth Sauvy and Marcelle Cocteau, 
Paris. 4264 

Version 2. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 



1936 ; D 42963 ; Elisabeth Sauvy and 
Marcelle Cocteau, Paris. 4265 

Part of the sun; a drama in 3 acts, 
by J. C. Rosser. © 1 c. June 29, 
1936 ; D 43508 ; Jane Cozzens Rosser, 
Hollywood, Calif. 4266 

Partridge berries ; a play in 3 acts, by 
D. Paret. © 1 c. June 17, 1936; D 
43191 ; Dorothy Paret, Washington. 

4267 

Path of a king. See Wife of Flanders. 

Patrick Henry ; a play in 3 acts, by 
J. H. Heron. © 1 c. June 23, 1936; 
D 43415 ; James Henry Heron, New 
York. 4268 

Paul Byron's version of A message 
from Mars. See Message (A) from 
Mars (Paul Byron's version of) 

Peace everyone ! a play in 3 acts, with 
prologue and epilogue, by Christine 
Darmor [pseud, of F. F. Weir] © 
1 c. June 9, 1936 ; D 43014 ; Fernande 
Forthomme Weir, New York. 4269 

Pepi (Die gottliche Pepi) ; filmove 
libretto, die Ludek Mandaus. © 1 
c. June 15, 1936; D 43156; Univer- 
sum literarni agentura Bohumila 
Perlika, Prague xii, Csechoslovakia. 

4270 

Perry takes Butch's advice. See Kid 
(The) sister. 

Pet superstitions; Audition program, 
by J. Hines and R. Nazarro. © 1 
c. May 19, 1936; D 43158; Johnny 



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4284 



Hines and Ray Nazarro, Hollywood, 
Calif. 4271 

Peter der Grosse ; schauspiel in 6 
bildern, von Eugen K. Iljiu. Regie- 
nnd sonfflierbnch. © 1 c. June 29, 
1936; D 43505; Verlag Max Pfeffer, 
Vienna. 4272 

Peter Rabbit; a play in 1 act, adapted 
from the story of Beatrix Potter, 
by Catherine Mehl Turk. New York, 
London [etc.] 1936. 20 p. diagrs. 
12mo. © Jan. 31, 1936; 2 c. June 
17; D 43196; Samuel French, New 
York. 4273 

Phaeton; a mythological spectacle in 
a prologue and 5 scenes, by M. B. 
Hilton. © 1 c. June 22, 1936; D 
43353; Miriam B. Hilton, Washing- 
ton. 4274 

Pickwick papers. See Hour (An) 
with Charles Dickens. 

Picture (The) of Dorian Gray : a 
play in 2 parts with kaleidoscopic 
change of scenes, by T. Tiller. 2nd, 
based on the novel by Oscar Wilde. 
© 1 c. June 11, 1936; D 43074; 
Theodore Tiller, 2nd., Washington. 

4275 

Pinto Pete in Arizona; scripts nos. 
53-60, by Wade Lane. © 1 c. each 
June 5, 1936; D 43516; Radio tran- 
scription co. of America, ltd., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 4276 

Pioniere ; schauspiel in 3 akten, von 
G. F. Neuhaeuser. [San Antonio, 
Tex. y Texas free press publishing 
co., 1986] 36 p. 8vo. © May 1, 1936 ; 
2 c. June 13; aff. June 29; AA 
209382; G. F. Neuhaeuser, San An- 
tonio. 4277 

Plague of locusts ; by Rose Jay. © 
1 c. June 24, 1936; D 43439; Rose 
Winger Jay, New York. 4278 

Play's (The) the thing; an anthology 
of dramatic types, edited by Fred 
B. Millett and Gerald Eade* Bent- 
ley. New York, London [1936] vii, 
571 p. 8vo. Dramatic contents. — 
Part I. Dramatic forms or types, 
Tragedy : Greek. Sophocles, CEdipus, 
king of Thebes.-Euripides, Hippoly- 
tus.-Elizabethan. Marlowe, Doctor 
Faustus. — Shakespeare, Antony and 
Cleopatra. — Neo-classis. Racine, Phae- 
dra. — Modern Ibsen, Ghosts.— Com- 
edy: Roman. Plautus, The haunted 
house. — Medieval. Anonymous, Ches- 
ter play of the deluge. — Elizabethan. 
Shakespeare, Twelfth night. — Seven- 



teenth-century. Moliere, The mis- 
anthrope. — 'Congreve, Love for love. — 
Eighteenth - century. Cumberland, 
The West Indian. — Modern. Howard, 
Ned McCobb's daughter. — F a r c e : 
Modern. Lady Gregory, Hyacinth 
Halve y. — Melodrama : Modern. 
Strong, The drums of Oude. — Part 
II. Dramatic attitudes : Classicism. 
Dryden, All for love. — Romanticism. 
Rostand, Cyrano de Bergerac. — Real- 
Rostand, Cyrano de Bergerac. -Real- 
ism. Chekhov, Uncle Vanya. Senti- 
mentalism. Belasco, The return of 
Peter Grimm. — Symbolism. Maeter- 
linck, Interior. — Expressionism. 
O'Neill, The hairy ape. © May 22, 
1936; 2 c. and aff. May 25; A 
9>5371 : D. Appleton-Century co.,, inc.. 
New York. 4278* 

Playmates; a play in 6 acts, by L. 
D'Azevedo and M. D. Lowenstein. 
© 1 c. June 30, 1936 ; D 43559 ; Lisa 
D'Azevedo and Milton D. Lowen- 
stein, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on new matter] 4279 

Playtime plays ; a collection of short, 
humorous, and simple plays for 
children, by various authors. Bos- 
ton, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. [1936] 
127 p. 12mo. Contents. — Master of 
all masters. — Mother's little help- 
ers. — What! No mumps? Darling 
Mrs. McCuthy. — Birthdays. — Con- 
stantinople. — Two little ladies.— Miss 
Well- Brought-up. — An afternoon 
scene. — Umpah. — Hypnotizing 
Harry. — Bit by a rattler. © May 27, 
1936 ; 2 c. June 1 ; D 43370 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 4280 

Plowed under ; a play in 3 acts, by H. 
Jones. © 1 c. June 17, 1936; D 
43188 ; Heath Jones, Baltimore. 4281 

Poetic justice ; the story of Purim, by 
Irving Jacobs. 1936. 9 numb. 1. 
4to. © May 13, 1936 ; 2 c. May 19 ; 
D 42934; Irving Jacobs, New York. 

4282 

Practically honest ; a farce in 3 acts, 
by L. Block and J. Rochelle. © 1 c. 
June 9, 1936 ; D 43308 ; Libbie Block, 
Denver, and Julian Rochelle, Brook- 
lyn. 4283 

Pretty Baby Bunting. Sec City desk. 

Prince (The) and the rose; a light op- 
eretta in 1 scene, book by E. J. Gil- 
bert, words and music, by M. G. 
Thomas. © 1 c. June 17, 1936; D 
39098 ; Earl Jay Gilbert and Millard 
G. Thomas, New York. 4284 



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Prince (The) of Peace; a fantasy in 1 
act, by E. Lawrence Gibson. New 
York, London [etc.] 1936. 23. p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Mar. 3, 1936; 2 c. 
June 17; D 43220; Samuel French, 
New York. 4285 

Princess (The) runs away; an oper- 
etta in 2 acts for mixed voices, lib- 
retto by Harry B. Smith, music by 
Geoffrey O'Hara. New York, Lon- 
don [etc., 1936] 140 p. 4to. Vocal 
score and libretto. © Dec. 27, 1935 ; 

2 c. June 17, 1936 ; D 39097 ; Samuel 
French, New York. 4286 

Private office; a 1-act play, by W. R. 
Davis. © 1 c. June 6, 1936; D 
43434; Winsor Reed Davis, Scars- 
dale, N. Y. 4287 

Prodigal (A) daughter; a play in 7 
acts, by N. Tassin, translated from 
the Russian, by Walter Russ. © 1 
c. June 24, 1936 ; D 43444 ; Serge V. 
Glad, New York. 4288 

Professor (The) ; or, Jack Pearl, a 
radio program, by E. Conrad. © 1 c. 
June 24, 1936; D 43438; Eugene 
Conrad, New York. 4289 

Promoters (The) ; a play of youth in 

3 acts, by Warren Beck. Boston, 
Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. [1936] 117 
p. 12mo. © June 16, 1936 ; 2 c. June 
2:2; D 43341; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 4290 

Q. E. D. ; or, Never count your chick- 
ens, a dramatization of Wentworth's 
elementary arithmetic, by Theodore 
A. Liebler,. jr. New York, Samuel 
French ; London, Samuel French, ltd. 
[etc., etc.] 1936. 24 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Mar. 3, 1936; 2 c. June 17; D 
43192; Theodore A. Liebler, jr., 
Riverside, Conn. 4291 

Queen (The) of the Genesee, the his- 
tory of Rochester ; by Walter Folmer 
episodes 4-17. © 1 c. each Apr. 28, 
1936 ; D 42964-42971 ; Walter F. Fol- 
mer, Rochester, N. Y. 4292-4299 

episodes 18-42. © 1 c. each 

June 5 ,1936 ; D 43520-43544 ; Walter 
F. Folmer, Rochester, N. Y. 

4300-4324 

episodes 43-45. © 1 c. each 

June 9, 1936; D 43045; Walter F. 
Folmer, Rochester, N. Y. 4325 

episodes 46-48. © 1 c each 

June 22, 1936; D 43410; Walter F. 
Folmer, Rochester, N. Y. 4326 

Quick tricks ; sixteen playlets for the 
club or school stage, by James Reach. 
New York, London [etc., 1936] 107 



p. 12mo. Contents. — It's a small 
world. — The spirit is willing. — What 
are you selling? — Slightly exagger- 
ated. — Help the blind. — No more 
murders. — The villain still pursued 
her. — P. S. — he got the job. — At the 
zoo. — A perfect gentleman. — Con- 
gratulations, my dear. © Apr. 30, 
1936 ; 2 c. June 17 ; D 43219 ; Samuel 
French, New York. 4327 

Quick Trigger ; by Luella E. McMahon. 

1935. 3 numb. 1. 4to. © Sept. 15, 
1935 ; 2 c. Dec. 16 ; D 43406 ; Wetmore 
declamation bureau, Sioux City, la. 

4328 

Radio (The) fan; by Agnes Galbreth. 

1936, 2 numb. 1. 4to. © Jan. 28, 
1936 ; 2 c. June 3 ; D 43383 ; Wetmore 
declamation bureau, Sioux City, la. 

4329 

Rain in the face ; a dramatic play in 
5 scenes, by Denton Whitson [i. e. 
P. D. Whitson] © 1 c. June 10, 1936 ; 
D 43352; Pauline Denton Whitson, 
New York. 4330 

Rainbow at night ; a play in 4 acts, by 
H. Fleming. © 1 c. June 22, 1936 ; 
D 43417; Herbert Fleming, Belfast, 
Northern Ireland 4331 

Rat (The) ; revised and adapted from 
the story of Helme M. Rosnell con- 
cerning that great king of sports, the 
American turf, in 3 acts, by A. J. 
Herbert. © 1 c. June 8, 1936; D 
430O7 ; Arthur Jay Herbert, Brook- 
lyn. 4332 

Remote control ; a drama in 2 acts, by 
W. M. Slough. © 1 c. June 12, 1936 ; 
D 43100 ; William M. Slough, Norris- 
town, Pa. 4333 

Renfrew of the Mounted; by L. Y. 
Erskine. episodes nos. 51-55. © 1 c. 
each June 4, 1936; D 42943-42947; 
Laurie York Erskine, New York. 

4334-4338 

1 c. 



episodes nos. 56-60 : 

each June 13, 1936; D 43101-43105; 

Laurie York Erskine, New Hope, Pa. 

4339-4343 

episodes nos. 61-65. © 1 c. 



each June 19, 1936 ; D 43423-43427 ; 

Laurie York Erskine, New Hope, Pa. 

4344-4348 

episodes nos. 66-70. © 1 c. 



each June 25, 1936 ; D 43449^43453 
Laurie York Erskine, New Hope, Pa. 
4349^4353 

Resting easily ; by Leota Hulse Black. 
1935. 3 numb. 1. 4to. © Sept. 15, 



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4369 



1935 ; 2 c. Dec. 16 ; D 43400 ; Wetmore 
declamation bureau, Sioux City, la. 

4354 

Reunion on Grand street ; a 1-act play, 
by Albert M. Brown. Boston, Mass., 
Los Angeles, Cak 11936] 19 p. 
12mo. ( [Baker's plays for ama- 
teurs] ) © May 21, 1936 ; 2 c. June 
1; D 42cS94; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 4355 

Rings on her fingers ; a playlet, by 
Kerry Conway [pseud, of E. H. K. 
Conway] © 1 c. May 28, 1936; D 
43157; Edward Harold (Kerry) Con- 
way, New York. 4356 

Robin Rooster ; a play of early New 
England, in 3 acts, by Frances W. 
Gross. Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, 
Calif. [1936] 51 p. 12mo. (Baker's 
plays) © May 29, 1936; 2 c. June 
11; D 43021; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 4357 

Romanza. Sec Debutante plays. 

Romeo and Juliet ; by William Shake- 
speare ; a motion picture edition il- 
lustrated with photographs, pro- 
duced for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer by 
Irving G. Thalberg. directed by 
George Cukor, arranged for the 
screen by Talbot Jennings. New 
York [1936] 290 p. front., plates. 
8vo. The play and the complete 
screen script. © May 11, 1936 ; 2 c. 
May 14; D 43372; Random house, 
inc., New York. 4358 

Room (A) in the tower; a play in 1 
act, by Hugh Stewart. London, New 
York, [etc.] 1936. 18 p. 12mo 
( [French's acting edition, no. 72] ) 
© May 11. 1986; 1 c. June 16; D 
43257; Samuel French, ltd., London. 

4359 

Rushing (The) bride; a fashionable 
farce, by Austin Goetz. New York, 
London [etc] 1936. 108 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Feb. 21, 1936 ; 2 c. June 17 ; 
D 43200 ; Samuel French, New York. 

4360 

Russet mantle ; a comedy, by Lynn 
Riggs. New York, London [etc.] 
1936. 6 p. 1., 5-121 p. front., plate. 
12mo. [With The Cherokee night, 
by Lynn Riggs] © Mar. 18, 1936; 
2 c. June 17; D 43223; Samuel 
French, New York. 4361 

Ruth, the Moabitess ; a play in 2 
acts, by R. Lapsley. © 1 c. June 23, 
1936; D 43413; Rutherford Lapsley, 
Anniston, Ala. 4362 



Sacrifice in brocade. See Debutante 
plays. 

Safekeeping; a play in 1 act, by E. L. 
Parker. © 1 c. June 5, 1936; D 
42972 ; Eleanor Landon Parker, New 
York. 4363 

St. George and the dragon ; a play in 
2 scenes, by Alice Buchan. London, 
New York [etc.] 1936. 10 p. 12mo. 
( [French's plays for children, no. 
39)] © May 7, 1936; 1 c. June 16; 
D 43250; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 4364 

St. Helena ; a play in 12 scenes, by 
R. C. Sherriff and Jeanne de Casalis, 
London, Victor Gollancz, ltd., 1936. 
136 p. 12mo. Rev. cheap edition. 
© Mar 26, 1936; 1 c. May 22; D 
43407 ; Robert Cedric Sherriff, Esher, 
Surrey, England, and Jeanne de Cas- 
alis, London. 4365 

Sally at the switchboard ; broadcasts 
42, 54-62, 64-94, 96-104, by E. W. 
Kemper. © 1 c. each Mav 19, 1936 ; 
D 42920; Elise W. Kemper, Balti- 
more. 4366 

Salon de beaute ; by S. Gurvitz. © 1 c. 
May 26, 1936 ; D 43151 ; Simon Gur- 
vitz, Detroit. 4367 

Sap (The) runs high; a human com- 
edy in 3 acts, by H. T. Porter and 
Alfred H. White. New York, Lon- 
don [etc.] 1936. 118 p. diagr. 12mo. 
( [French's standard library edi- 
tion] ) © June 4, 1936 ; 2 c. June 17 ; 
D 43205 ; Samuel French, New York. 

4368 

Scouting through history ; a comedy in 
12 short scenes, by Douglas Berwick. 
London, New York [etc.] 1935. 23 
p. 12mo. Contents. — I. Alfred the 
Great and his cooking test. — II. 
Canute and the swimming test. — 
III. Henry II and Thomas a Becket 
on their first-class journey. — IV. 
Christopher Columbus tries for his 
Pathfinder badge.— V. Henry VIII 
and the girl guides. — VI. Mary I and 
the World-friendship badge. — VII. 
Queen Elizabeth at the Tilbury jam- 
boree. — VIII. Oliver Cromwell and 
the King's scout badge. — IX. Charles 
II and the Naturalist badge. — X. 
George I and the Interpreter 
badge. — XL Bonnie Prince Charlie 
and the Piper badge. — XII. Nelson 
and the Morse code. © Dec. 18, 
1935 ; 1 c. June 16, 1936 ; D 43251 ; 
Samuel French, limited, London. 

4369 



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4370 



pt. i, v. 9 



Seller (A) of purple; a play, by Elsie 
Duncan Yale. Chicago, 111., Hope 
publishing co. [1936] 15 p. 12mo. 
© May 7, 1936; 2 c. May 20; D 
43029; Hall-Mack co., Philadelphia. 
* 4370' 

Seventh (The) man; a play in 1 act, 
by Michael Redgrave (based on the 
story of the same name by, Q) Lon- 
don, New York [etc.] 1936. 29, [1] 
p. diagr. 12mo. ( [French's acting 
edition, no. 141]) © May 7, 1936; 
1 c. June 16; D 43259; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 4371 

She called his name, Moses. See Six 
altar plays. 

Shepherd's (The) song; a nativity 
play, bv Stephen Schofield. London, 
New York [etc.] 1936. 26 p. 8vo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 471] ) 
© Mar. 30, 1936; 1 c. June 16; D 
43275; Samuel French, ltd., London. 

4372 

Sheriff on the spot. See While the 
city sleeps. 

Show girl ; a musical comedy in 3 acts, 
text and music by T. T. Railey. © 
1 c. June 22, 1936 ; D 39099 ; Thos. T. 
Railey, St. Louis. 4373 

Signs by the wayside. .See Four plays 
for Children's day. 

Silas Marner; a romantic play in 3 
acts (based upon the immortal novel 
by George Eliot [pseud.]) by Wall 
Spence. Minneapolis, Minn., 1936. 
102, [8] p. diagr. 12mo. © June 2, 
1936; 2 c. June 5; D 43117; North- 
western press, Minneapolis. 4374 

Silhouette (The) and the stars. See 
Debutante plays. 

Simple Simon simple ; a domestic com- 
edy in 3 acts, by Henry Rowland 
[pseud, of Charles George] Boston, 
Mass.. Los Angeles, Calif. [1936] 
112 p. diagr. 12mo. (Baker's plays) 
© June 8, 1936; 2 c. June 11; D 
43025; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

4375 

Simpleton (The) of the unexpected 
isles, The six of Calais, and The mil- 
lionairess ; three plays, by Bernard 
Shaw. New York, Dodd, Mead & 
company, 1936. 4 p. 1., 3^-210 p. 
12mo. © May 6, 1936 ; 2 c. May 8 ; 
aff . May 9 ; A 95397 ; Bernard Shaw, 
London. 4375* 

Single handed murder. See While the 
city sleeps. 



Sittin' pretty; a comedy in prologue 
and 3 acts, for male characters, by 
Claudia Harris, Boston, Mass., Los 
Angeles. Calif. [1936] 112 p. 12mo. 
(Baker's plays) © June 1, 1936; 
2 c. June 11; D 43024; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 4376 

Six altar plays; by Virginia Clip- 
pinger. Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, 
Calif. [1936] 4 p. 1., 7-110 p. 12mo. 
(Baker's plays) Contents. — On the 
road to Bethlehem, a biblical fan- 
tasy. — She called his name, Moses, 
to be played by young children. — Lo, 
the winter is past, an altar play with 
choral accompaniment. — A Christ- 
mas miracle play, adapted from sev- 
eral medieval cycles. — And nations 
shall call Him happy, a long altar 
play of David. — Abraham and Isaac, 
adapted from the Broome miracle 
play. © June 1, 1936 ; 2 c. June 11 ; 
D. 43018; Walter H. Baker co., Bos- 
ton. 4377 

Six (The) of Calais. See Simpleton 
(The) of the unexpected isles, The 
six of Calais, and The millionairess. 

Skyscraper mystery ; a comedy-drama 
in 3 acts, by Dorothy Dare [pseud, 
of L. Strassman] © 1 c. May 8, 
1936; D 43336; Laura Strassman, 
Brooklyn. 4378 

Smoky Joe ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Hubert Hayes. Boston, Mass., Los 
Angeles, Cal. [1936] 2 p. 1., [3]- 
133 p. 12mo. © June 16, 1936; 2 c. 
June 22 ; D 43338 ; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 4379 

Snow (The) queen; a play in 3 acts, 
adapted from Hans Christian An- 
dersen, by Alma E. Knapp Meyer 
and I. C. Knapp. © 1 c. June 6, 
1936 ; D 43335 ; Alma E. Meyer, De- 
troit, and Ida C. Knapp, Grosse 
Pointe Park, Mich. 4380 

Soap-boxer (The) and his dream; a 
comedy in 9 scenes, by E. Kern. © 
1 c. June 12, 1936; D 43099; Emil 
Kern, Newark, N. J. 4381 

Songs of yesteryear ; scripts nos. 33- 
39, by Wade Lane. © 1 c. each June 
5, 1936; D 43518; Radio transcrip- 
tion co. of America, ltd., Hollywood, 
Calif. 4382 

Soul (The) of jazz; a drama in 3 acts 
with prologue, by P. A. Cavallo, jr. 
© 1 c. June 1, 1936 ; D 42918 ; Peter 
A. Cavallo, jr., Chicago. 4383 



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4403 



Southwestern nights and romance ; 
[by] Wm. Dyer Moore. Dallas, Tex., 
Tardy publishing co., 193(5. 5 p. L, 
[1]-155 p. 12 mo. Dramatic con- 
tents. — Historical drama : A knight 
of New France. © May 9, 1936 ; 2 c. 
May 19; aff. May 18; A 95281; Wil- 
liam Dyer Moore, Denton, Tex. 

4383* 

Spinoza ; ein drama von W. Axon. © 
1 c. May 27, 1936; D 43118; Willy 
Aron, New York. 4384 

Sporting extra ; May 25, 1936, by Bill 
Dyer [i. e. William Dyer] © 1 c. 
June 1, 1936 ; D 42880 ; Adam Scheldt 
brewing co., Norristown, Pa. 4385 

June 1, 1936, by William Dyer. © 

1 c. June 9, 1936; D 43009; Adam 
Scheldt brewing co., Norristown, Pa. 

4386 

■ June 8. 1936, by William Dyer. © 

1 e. June 11, 1936; D 43072; Adam 
Scheidt brewing co., Norristown, Pa. 

4387 

June 15, 22, 1936; by William 

Dyer. © 1 c. each June 26, 1936; 
D 43465, 43466 : Adam Scheidt brew- 
ing co., Norristown, Pa. 4388, 4389 

Squaring the circle ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Valentine Kataev, translated 
and adapted by Charles Malamuth 
and Eugene Lyons. New York, Lon- 
don, 1936. 118 p. diagrs. 12mo. 
([French's standard library edi- 
tion]) © Apr. 27, 1936; 2 c. June 
17; D 43202; Samuel French, New 
York. 4390 

Storm in a teacup ; an Anglo-Scottish 
version, by James Bridie [pseud, of 
O. H. Mavor] of Sturm in wasser- 
glas, by Bruno Frank. London, Con- 
stable & co., ltd. [1936] vi, 94 p. 
l2mo. © Feb. 24, 1936; 1 c. Apr. 
11 ; D 42874 ; Osborne Henry Mavor, 
Glasgow, Scotland. 4391 

Strange rhythm ; a new play in 3 
acts, by M. W. Bolton and Stephan 
Vagliano. © 1 c. June 11, 1936; 
D 43073; Madge W. Bolton, Gill 
Wood End, Wadhurst, Sussex, Eng- 
land. 4392 

Stranger (A) passes; a play in 3 acts, 
by Joseph Carlton, [pseud, of J. C. 
McMullen] Boston, Mass., Los An- 
geles, Cal. [1936] 3 p. 1., 5-121 p. 
12mo. ([Baker's royalty plays]) 
© May 28, 1936; 2 c. June 1; D 
43371 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

4393 



Stranger than fiction ; by Charles 
George. Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, 
Cal. [1936] 19 p. 12 mo. © June 
13, 1936; 2 c. June 22; D 43345; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 4394 

Strictly confidential ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by G. J. Zachary and J. Ber- 
greeu. © 1 c. May 29, 1936; D 
43310; George J. Zachary and Jacob 
Bergreen, New York. 4395 

Strike the gong ; a monologue, by F. 
Huet. © 1 c. June 1, 1936 ; D 42911 ; 
Florence Huet, Philadelphia. 4396 

Stiicke in prosa ; [von] Lion Feucht- 
wanger. Amsterdam, Querido ver- 
lag, n. v., 1936. 432 p. 12mo. Con- 
tents. — Kalkutta, 4 mai. — Die kriegs- 
gefangenen. — Neunzelmhundertacht- 
zehn.— Der hollandische kaufmann. — 
Die petroleuminseln. © Mar. 26, 
1936; 1 c. Apr. 22; A— Foreign 
31837 ; Querido verlag, Amsterdam, 
Netherlands. 4396* 

Sturm im wasserglas. See Storm in 
a teacup. 

Suara ; a play in 3 acts, by M. Siloti. 
© 1 c. June 2, 1936 ; D 42917 ; Maria 
Siloti, New York. 4397 

Such ingratitude ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Hermine Duthie [i. e. H. D. 
Decker] © 1 c. June 19, 1936; D 
43332 ; Hermine Duthie Decker, Pull- 
man, Wash. 4398 

Suedoestlich der Neuf undlandbank ; 
schauspiel in 9 bildern, von Rudolf 
Stern. © 1 c. June 3, 1936 ; D 43182 ; 
Theaterverlag Otto Eirich, g. m. b. h., 
Vienna. 4399 

Sundew ; a comedy in 3 acts, by Dorian 
Weiler [pseud, of Dorothy Weiler] 
and Shelley Pierce [pseud, of M. 
Weiler] © 1 c. June 30, 1936; D 
43549 ; Dorothy Weiler and Miriam 
Weiler, New York. 4400 

Superheated canine ; a musical comedy 
in 3 acts, by T. K. Corless. Book 
and lyrics. © 1 c. June 10, 1936; 
D 43064 ; Thorn. K. Corless, Astoria, 
L. I., N. Y. 4401 

Suppressed secrets ; a play in 3 acts, 
by R. W. Bloeser. © 1 c. June 2, 
1936 ; D 42913 ; Raymond W. Bloeser, 
Erie, Pa. 4402 

Susan should marry ; a play in 1 act, 
by Lucy Barton. Boston, Mass., Los 
Angeles, Cal. [1936] 22 p. 12ino. 
© June 13, 1936; 2 c. June 22; D 
43347; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

4403 



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4404 



pt. i, v. 9 



Susie at the show ; by Leota Hulse 
Black. 1936. 3 numb. 1. 4to. © 
Jan. 28, 1936 ; 2 c. June 3 ; D 43382 ; 
Wetmore declamation bureau, Sioux 
City, la. 4404 

Swing it, Susan ! a musical comedy in 
2 acts, by P. Wylie and L. Schwab. 
Text. © 1 c. June 6, 1936 ; D 42979 ; 
Philip Wylie and Laurence Schwab, 
New York. 4405 

Sword (The) of Gideon; an historical 
drama, by William H. Harkins. 
Texas centennial edition. First 
printing. Fort Worth, Tex., 1936. 
8 p. 1., 64 p. 12mo. © June 11, 
1936; 2 c. June 15; D 43116; Wil- 
liam Henry Harkins, Forth Worth, 
Tex. 4406 

Take no notice ; a sketch, by Douglas 
Furber. London, New York [etc.] 
1936. 16 p. 12mo. ( [French's act- 
ing edition, no. 782]) © Apr. 23, 
1936; 1 c. June 16; D 43241; Sam- 
uel French, ltd., London. 4407 

Taming (The) of Sue; a comedy in 1 
act, introducing scenes from The 
taming of the shrew, by Matilda 
Clement. Prize winner of the 
Drama day for New England high 
schools. Boston, Mass., Los Ange- 
les, Gal. [1936] 32 p. 12mo. © 
June 16, 1936; 2 c. June 22; D 
43339; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

4408 

Taming (The) of the shrew (A mod- 
ern prompt-book of William Shakes- 
peare's) ; the play abridged and ar- 
ranged for dramatic production in 
colleges and secondary schools, by 
Francis Leonard Bacon and Belle 
Cumming Kennedy, settings de- 
signed by Lee Mitchell, costuming 
the play by Barbara Curtis. Evans- 
ton, 111., New York [etc., 1935] 
158 p. front., plates, diagrs. 12mo. 
© Oct. 7, 1935; 2 c. May 22, 1936; 
D 43277; Row, Peterson &. co., 
Evanston, 111. 4409 

Tangled skeins ; an early Victorian 
play, by Hermon Ould. London, 
New York [etc.], 1935. 2 p. 1., 3-29 
p. 12mo. ( [French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 77] ) © Dec. 27, 1935 ; 1 c. 
June 16, 1936; D 43256; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 4410 

Tartuffe ; by Moliere, translated and 
adapted into English verse for the 
American stage, in 3 acts, by Clark 
Mendum [i. e. W. C. Mendum] © 



1 c. June 12, 1936; D 43096; Willis 
Clark Mendum, Wolburn, Mass. 

4411 

Tatjana; operette in 5 bildern, von 
Oskar Felix und Walter Sawitzky, 
musik von Boris Grams. Regie- 
buch. Text. © 1 c. June 3, 1936; 
D 43173 ; Allegro theaterverlag, g. 
m. b. h., Berlin. 4412 

Temperamentals (The) See Back 
stage. 

Ten snappy revue sketches ; by Mar- 
jorie Rice Levis. New York, To- 
ronto [etc., 1936] 4 p. 1., 3-56 p. 
12mo. © Apr. 6, 1936 ; 2 c. June 17 ; 
D 43212 ; Samuel French, New York. 

4413 

Their Majesties pass by; by Leonard 
Hines. (In The One-act theatre, the 
seventh book. London, New York 
[etc.] 1936.) © Jan. 17, 1936; 1 c. 
June 16; D 43239; Samuel French, 
ltd., London. 4414 

Then we shall all be gods; a play by 
H. W. Stewart. © 1 c. June 5, 1936 ; 
D 42974; Helen W. Stewart, Far 
Hills, N. J. 4415 

Theres' (Die) ; ein lustspiel in 3 akten, 
von Georg Wolf. © 1 c. June 3, 
1936; D 43179; Theaterverlag Otto 
Eirich, g. m. b. h., Vienna. 4416 

They found a body. See City desk. 

Third (The) president; historical 
drama in 3 acts, by J. V. Millford 
[pseud, of W. F. Sipek] © 1 c. 
June 18, 1936; D 43319; Walter 
Frank Sipek, Cleveland. 4417 

This flesh of mine ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by J. L. Cleveland. © 1 c. June 
24, 1936; D 43440; James Lightfoot 
Cleveland, El Paso. 4418 

Three but one ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
H. Tardy Hart. © 1 c. June 18, 
1936 ; D 43281 ; Henry Tardy Hart, 

New Orleans. 4419 

Three to make ready; a comedy in 3 
acts, by H. H. Mason. © 1 c. June 
20, 1936 ; D 43355 ; Helen H. Mason, 
Pittsburgh. 4420 

Thursdays — at home ; a farce in 1 act, 
by Mae Howley Barry. Chicago 
[1936] 30 p. 12mo. © June 4, 
1936; 2 c. June 11; D 43065; Dra- 
matic pub. co., Chicago. 4421 

Tidal (The) wave; a 4-act comedy 
drama, by Otto Marcus. 1936. 3 p. 
1., 38 numb. 1. 4to. © May 4, 1936 ; 

2 c. Mav 22 ; D 42952 ; Otto Marcus, 
Toledo, Wash. 4422 



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4444 



Tiger's (The) claw; a mystery play 
in 1 act, by Wilbur Braun. New 
York, London [etc.] 1936. 53 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Apr. 14, 1936 ; 2 c. 
June 17; D 43221; Samuel French, 
New York. 4423 

Till death; a play in 3 acts, by R. 
Randolph. © 1 c. June 11, 1936; 
D 43083; Renita Randolph, New 
York. 4424 

Timido ( El ) enamorado ; comedia 
cinematografica original, de Roberto 
Ortega. Primera version. Barce- 
lona, 1936. 34 1. 4to. © Jan. 15, 
1936 ; 1 c. June 2 ; D 42933 ; Roberto 
Mainou, Barcelona, Spain. 4425 

Tin pan Alma ; a play in 2 acts, by E. 
Fairchild and M. Pascal. © 1 c. 
June 30, 1936; D 43550; Milton 
Pascal, Brooklyn, and Edgar Fair- 
child, New York. 4426 

To the image and likeness ; a play in 
3 acts, by Emmet O'Byrne. © 1 c. 
June 16, 1936; D 43154. Emmet 
Patrick O'Byrne, New York. 4427 

To the stars ; a play by J. Gilbert, 
based on the novel, Two on a tower, 
by Thomas Hardy. © 1 c. June 29, 
1936; D 43509; Judson Gilbert, 
Cairo, 111. 4428 

Token Dearborn ; a symphonic drama 
in prologue and 4 acts, by G. K. 
Lerner. Text. © 1 c. June 26, 1936 ; 
D 43467; Gertrude Kress Lerner, 
Brooklyn. 4429 

Tomorrow in Vienna • a play in 1 act, 
by J. W. Stafford. © 1 c. June 12, 
1936; D 43161; Jean Wilson Staf- 
ford, Boulder, Col. 4430 

Tracking down the white terror; epi- 
sodes nos. 1-9, by H. Igo. © 1 c. 
May 18. 1936 ; D 43069 ; Harold Igo, 
Yellow Springs, O. 4431 

Treacherous waters ; episode no. 1. 
drama serial, by L. Waycott. © 1 c. 
June 11, 1936 ; D 4308O ; Lottie Way- 
cott, Brookline, Mass. 4432 

Trial (The) of Oscar Slater. See Un- 
solved mysteries. 

Triumphant beginnings in Cassandra's 
playroom ; script 1, by Cassandra 
[pseud, of C. Davis] © 1 c. June 
1, 1936 ; D 43333 ; Claire Davis, New 
York. 4433 

Truth (The) about the tarts; an old 
story in a new dress, by T. B. Mor- 
ris. London, New York, 1936. 35 p. 



12mo. ( [French's plays for juvenile 
performers, no. 32] ) © Apr. 2, 
1936; 1 c. June 16; D 43252; Sam- 
uel French, ltd., London. 4434 

Trying out the Tootville talent ; by 
Kathryn Wayne. 1935. 4 numb. 1. 
4to. © Sept. 15, 1935 ; 2 c. Dec. 16 ; 
D 43395 ; Wetmore declamation bu- 
reau, Sioux City, la. 4435 

Turmhohe liebe ; operette in 3 akten, 
buch von Herta Lerden, text von 
Herta Lerden und Gustav Heimo, 
musik von R. R. Schwarz. 2 v. Li- 
bretto and Vocal score. © 1 c. May 
16, 1936; D 39093; Rudolf Richard 
Schwarz, Vienna. 4436 

Twelfth night at Moulderby hall ; by 
Gertrude Knevels and Marie Norton 
Van Doren. Boston, Mass., Los An- 
geles, Cal. [19'3G] 14 p. 12mo. 
([Baker's plays for amateurs]) © 
May 28, 19'36; 2 c. June 1 ; D 42896; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 4437 

Two feet showing ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by John Redue and I. Benesch. © 
1 c. June 8, 1936; D 43003; Isaac 
Benesch, Baltimore. 4438 

Two meals on Sunday; a play in 3 
acts, by W. Salt. © 1 c. June 6, 
1936 ; D 42985 ; Waldo Salt, Los An- 
geles. 4439 

Two on a tower. See To the stars. 

Under the dryers ; by Luella E. McMa- 
hon. 1935. 2 numb. 1. 4to. © Sept. 
15, 1935 ; 2 c. Dec. 16 ; D 43390 ; Wet- 
more declamation bureau, Sioux 
City, la. 4440 

Under two flags. See Foreign (The) 
legion. 

Uneasy lies the head; an historical 
drama in 3 acts, by E. I. Larsen and 
Charles Henderson. © 1 c. June 3, 
1936 ; D 43475 ; Ella Ingeborg Larsen, 
New York. 4441 

Union deadline ; episode no 1 ; by W. A. 
Dennis. © 1 c. June 22, 1936; D 
43351 ; William A. Dennis, San Diego, 
Calif. 4442 

Universitatis : a play in 3 acts, by A. 
Mappes. © 1 c. June 23, 1936; D 
43414 ; Albert Mappes, New York. 

4443 

Unsolved mysteries ; by David Tay- 
lor, episode no. 5. The mystery of 
the bridge whist expert. © 1 c. June 
8, 1936; D 431 &3 ; Amer. radio fea- 
tures, Los Angeles. 4444 



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4445 



pt. i, v. 9 



Unsolved mysteries — Continued. 

■ —episode no. 14. The Cam- 
bridge mystery. © 1 c. May 7, 1936 ; 
D 43164 ; Amer. radio features, Los 
Angeles. 4445 

episode no. 15. The Mount 



Shasta mystery. © 1 c. May 7, 1986 ; 
D 43165 ; Amer. radio features, Los 
Angeles. 4446 

episode no. 16. The mystery 



of Sidney Reilly. © 1 c. May 7, 
1936 ; D 43166 ; Amer. radio features, 
Los Angeles. 4447 

episode no 17. The trial of 



Oscar Slater. © 1 c. May 7, 1936; 
D 43167 ; Amer. radio features, Los 
Angeles. 4448 

episode no. 18. The China- 



man's cell. © 1 c. May 7, 1936; 
D 43168; Amer. radio features, Los 
Angeles. 4449 

episode no. 19. The haunted 



railroad. © 1 c. May 7, 1936; D 
43169; Amer. radio features, Los 
Angeles. 4450' 

episode no. 20. The horror 



of Bena Debele. © 1 c. May 7, 1986 ; 
D 43170; Amer. radio features, Los 
Angeles. 4451 

episode no. 21. The mystery 



of the Black Drakes. © 1 c. May 
7, 1986; D 43171; Amer. radio fea- 
tures, Los Angeles. 4452 

episode no. 22. The Desmond 



Taylor murder mystery. © 1 c. May 
7, 1936; D 43172; Amer. radio fea- 
tures, Los Angeles. 4453 

Vaches (Les) maigres ; piece en pro- 
logue et 3 actes, par R. Aubert. © 1 
c. June 4, 1936; D 43186; Rene Au- 
bert, Paris. 4454 

Valencia (The) land grant. See Death 
Valley days. 

Valley of Kings; or, Elizabeth the 
Magnificent, a melodrama of the 
Orient, in 3 acts, by C. C. Chamales. 
© 1 c. June 23. 1936 ; D 43441 ; Chris 
C. Chamales, Frankfort, Ind. 4455 

Vendetta ; book and lyrics for a musi- 
cal play, in 3 acts, by P. Morris, 
based on a plot by Dodie Smith. 
Text. © 1 c. June 3, 1936 ; D 43038 ; 
Phyllis Morris, London. 4456 

Vertauschte (Der) sohn ; (nach Die 
beiden schiitzen), singspiel (kom. 
oper) in 3 akten, neu bearbeitet von 
A. Treumann-Mette, musik von Al- 
bert Lortzing. Text. © 1 c. May 25, 



1936; D 42955; Crescendo theater- 
verlag, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 4457 

Very untruly yours ; a farce in 3 acts, 
by Tom Taggart. New York, Lon- 
don [etc.] 1936. 77 p. diagrs. 12mo. 
© Apr. 21, 1936; 2 c. June 17: D 
43216 ; Samuel French, New York. 

4458 

Vic and Sade ; May 1, 4-8, 11-15, 18-22, 
25-29, June 1, 1936, by Paul Rhymer. 
© 1 c. each June 5, 1936 ; D 42990 ; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

4459 

Virus (The) ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
O. W. Gens. © 1 c. June 15, 1936; 
D 43148 ; Oskar Wolf rum Gens, Long 
Island City, N. Y. 4460 

Walking girl; a drama in 3 acts, by 
M. Fahey. © 1 c. June 11, 1936; 
D 43081; Michael Fahey, Brooklyn. 

4461 

Wall (The) ; a play in 5 episodes, by 
R. Lawther. © 1 c. June 29, 1936; 
D 43545; Ross Lawther, Dallas. 

4462 

Walls have ears ; a drama in 1 act, by 
H. D. Jones. © 1 c. June 20, 1936 ; 
D 43330; Harry D. Jones, Mt. Ver- 
non, N. Y. 4463 

War ; a satire in 1 act, by Thomas 
Seller. Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, 
Cal. [1936] 25 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
June 16, 1936 ; 2 c. June 22 ; D 43343 ; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 4464 

Was kostet die welt komodie in 7 bil- 
dern, von Rudolph Lothar. © 1 c. 
May 25, 1936 ; D 42956 ; Paul Gordon 
verlag, Berlin-Wilmersdorf. 4465 

We want to live ! a play in 2 acts, by 
L. Rains. © 1 c. June 29, 1936; 
D 48504 ; Leon Rains, Los Angeles. 

4466 

Weep no more ; a play in 1 act, by M. 
Boltinoff. © 1 c. June 3, 1936; D 
43280; Murray Boltinoff, New York. 

4467 

Welcome Valley ; nos. 59-62, by Irna 
Phillips and Edgar A. Guest. © 1 c. 
each June 8, 1936; D 42994-42997; 
Charles Daniel Frey co., Chicago. 

4468-4471 

What goes up. See City desk. 

What happened to George; by Vera 
Beringer. London, New York [etc.] 
1936. 96 p. diagrs. Svo. ( [French's 
acting edition, no. 1900] ) © Jan. 3, 
1936; 1 c. June 16; D 43274; Sam- 
uel French, ltd., London. 4472 



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no. 6, 1936 



4495 



Wheels of love; a scenario for an op- 
eretta, by E. L. Routh. Text. © 1 c. 
June 17, 1936 ; D 43428 ; E. La Varre 
Routh, Louisville. 4473 

When love is real ; a drama in 3 acts, 
by J. V. Millford rpseucl. of W. F. 
Sipok] © 1 c. June 18, 1936; D 
43318 ; Walter F. Sipek, Cleveland. 

4474 

When roses bloom; a rose cantata (or 
play with music) by Elsie Duncan 
Yale, music by J. Lincoln Hall, and 
others. Chicago, 111., Hope publish- 
ing co. [1936] 20 p. 8vo. © May 
7. 1936 ; 2 c. May 20 ; D 39094 ; Hall- 
Mack co., Philadelphia. 4475 

When the Jack hollers ; a play in 3 
acts, by L. Hughes and A. Bontemps. 
© 1 c/june 1, 1936; D 43303; Lang- 
ston Hughes, Cleveland and Arna 
Bontemps, Chicago. 4476 

Where there's a will; a comedy in 1 
act, by R. Goldsmith. © 1 c. June 
12, 1936 ; D 43107 ; Robert Goldsmith, 
Easton, Pa. 4477 

While the city sleeps ; a radio pro- 
gram, by Roy A. Sorensen. episode 
no. 127. A Decoration day surprise. 
© 1 c. June 1, 1936; D 42903; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 4478 

episode no. 130. Single hand- 



ed murder. © 1 c. June 6, 1936; 
D 42981; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 

4479 

episode no. 131. Sheriff on 



the spot. © 1 c. June 6, 1936; D 
42982 ; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 4480 

episode no. 132. Action! 

Camera! © 1 c. June 18, 1936; D 
43284; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 

4481 

episode no. 133. The doj 



watch. © 1 c. June 18, 1936; D 
43285 ; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 

4482 

episode no. 134. Ghost of 



Emerson hill. © 1 c. June 25, 1936 
D 43448 ; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 

4483 

episode no. 135. Dog tricks. 

© 1 c. June 18, 1936; D 43286; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 4484 

White feather ; a drama in 1 act 
adapted for radio, by H. W. Gribble. 
© 1 c. June 15, 1936; D 43138; 
Harry Wagstaff Gribble, Flushing, 
L. I., N. Y. 4485 



White King ; episode 1, by II. C. Bern- 
sten and F. Yeates. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1936 ; D 42935 ; Herbert C. Bernsten 
and Fred Yeates, Los Angeles. 

4486 

Whiteoaks ; a play in 3 acts, by M. De 
La Roche. © 1 c. June 6, 1936; D 
43012; Mazo De La Roche, Colwall, 
Malvern, Worcestershire, England. 

4487 

Widjiwagan ; a comic opera in 1 act, 
libretto by N. Boardman, score by 
H. D. Brown. © 1 c. June 4, 1936; 
D 39092; Neil Boardman and Hugh 
D. Brown, St. Paul. 4488 

Widow's (The) walk; a 1-act play, by 
C. Truesdell Fife, jr. © 1 c. June 
16, 1936; D 43148; Charles Trues- 
dell Fife, jr., Reading, Mass. 4489 

Wife (The) of Flanders; dramatized 
from John Buchan's story in, The 
path of a king, by Susan Buchan. 
London, New York [etc*], 1936. 19 
p. 12mo. ( [French's acting edition, 
no. 706] ) © Apr. 8, 1936 ; 1 c. June 
16; D 43245; Samuel French, ltd., 
London. 4490 

Windmills; a play in 3 acts, by P. A. 
Guiton. London, 1936. 4 p. 1., 90 p. 
8vo. © June 20, 1936 ; 1 c. June 18 ; 
D 43349; Favil press, ltd., London. 

4491 

Wiser (The) years; a comedy-drama 
in 3 acts, by H. B. Whittington, jr. 
© 1 c. June 8. 1936 ; D 42993 ; Harry 
Benjamin Whittington, jr., St. Pe- 
tersburg, Fla. 4492 

Wishing- well (The) See Come out to 
play. 

Woman (The) from Off; a play in 1 
act, by Nancy Telfair. Boston, 
Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. [1936] 28 
p. 12mo. ( [Baker's royalty plays] ) 
© May 28, 1936; 2 c. June 1, D 
42887 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

4493 

Womanless (A) wedding; by Hubert 
Hayes. Boston, Mass.. Los Angeles, 
Cal. [1936] 19 p. 12mo. Baker's 
world famous specialties) © May 
21, 1936; 2 c June 1 ; D 42895; Wal- 
ter H. Baker co., Boston. 4494 

Woman's place ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Barbara Muller [pseud, of E. L. 
Sarter] © 1 c. June 20. 1936; D 
43366 ; Einilie Louise Sarter, Brook- 
lyn. 4495 



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4496 



pt. i, v. 9 



Yaller squares ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
M. R. Stong. Boston, Mass., Los 
Angeles, Cal. [1936] 31 p. diagr. 
12mo. ( [Baker's royalty plays] ) 
© May 28, 1936; 2 c. June 1; D 
42888; Walter H. Baker co., Boston, 

4496 

Yanks (The) are coming; by Leota 
Hulse Black. 1935. 3 numb. 1. 4to. 
© Jan. 15, 1935; 2 c. Dec. 16; D 
43399 ; Wetmore declamation bureau, 
Sioux City, la. 4497 

You can't beat the Irish ; a rollicking 
comedy in 3 acts, by Wilbur Braun. 
New York, London [etc.] 1936. 
128 p. diagr. 12mo. © Feb. 4, 



1936; 2 c. June 17; D 43199; Sam- 
uel French, New York. 4498 

Young (The) visiters; by Daisy Ash- 
ford, adapted by Mrs. George Nor- 
man and Margaret Mackenzie, under 
the direction of the author. Lon- 
don, New York [etc.] 1936. 52 p. 
12mo. ( [French's acting edition, no. 
1809]) Version for children. © 
Apr. 8, 1936 ; 1 c. June 16 ; D 43268 ; 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 4499 

Youth shows the way ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Marie Doran. New York, 
London [etc.] 1936. 82 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Apr. 29, 1936; 2 c. June 
17; D 43201; Samuel French, New 
York. 4500 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the catalog 
since Jan. 1, 1936: 

Dramatic compositions (including 2,700 unpublished) 3,279 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 125 unpub- 
lished) 389 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 18 unpublished) 48 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 5 

unpublished) 27 

Total 3,743 



210 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 

1909 [4500 



Antelope (The) ; a new and original 
musical comedy in 3 acts,, book and 
lyrics, by Adrian Ross [pseud, of 
Arthur R. Ropes] music by Hugo 
Felix. Text only. © Ethel Ropes, 
Kensington, London, as the widow 
of the author of the book and lyrics. 
R 44506, Apr. 11, 1936. 1 

Arsene Lupin ; piece en 3 actes et 4 
tableaux, par F. de Croisset et 
Maurice Leblanc. © Francis de 
Croisset, Paris, as one of the auth- 
ors. R 45113, May 9, 1936. 2 

Bataille de dames ; ou, Un duel en 
amour, com6die en 3 actes, par Scribe 
et Legouve, edited with introduction, 
notes, and vocabulary, by Charles 
Augustus Eggert. © Carl E. Eggert, 
Chicago, as the child of the deceased 
author of the editing,, introduction, 
notes, and vocabulary. R 42480, 
Jan. 17, 1936. 3 

Collected (The) works of Henrik 
Ibsen ; v. 1, Copyright edition. [En- 
tirely revised and edited by William 
Archer] Contents. — Lady Inger of 
Ostrat, tr. by C. Archer. — The feast 
at Solhoug, tr. by W. Archer and M. 
Morrison. — Love's comedy, tr. by C. 
H. Herford. © Frank Archer, Wor- 
plesdon, Guildford, England, as the 
next of kin of the author, who is not 
living. R 42568, Jan. 7, 1936. 4 

v. 11. C o n t e n t s— Little 

Eyolf. — John Gabriel Borkman. — 
When we dead awaken, tr. by W. 
Archer. © Frank Archer, Worples- 
don, Guildford, England, as the next 
of kin of the author, who is not liv- 
ing. R 40184, Oct. 31, 1935. 5 

Girl (A) at the helm; a musical com- 
edy in 2 acts, book and lyrics by 
R. B. Smith, music by Raymond 
Hubbell. [Libretto only] © Rob- 
ert B. Smith, New York, as the 
author of the text. R 45411, June 2, 
1936. 6 

Golden (The) butterfly; lyrics of the 
Van Studdeford opera, by Harry B. 



Smith. © Irene Bentley Smith, New 
York, as the widow of the author of 
the lyrics. R 45200, May 19, 1926. 7 

Havana ; a new musical play, book by 
Geo. Grossmith, jr. and Graham Hill, 
lyrics by Adrian Ross [pseud, of 
Arthur R. Ropes] additional lyrics 
by Geo. Arthurs, music by Leslie 
Stuart. Lyrics. © Ethel Ropes, 
Kensington, London, as the widow of 
one of the authors of the lyrics. 
R. 44505, Apr. 11, 1936. 8 

Midsummer (A) night's dream 
(Shakespeare's comedy of) ; edited 
with an introduction and notes by 
Ernest Clapp Noyes. © Ernest C. 
Noyes, Pittsburgh, as the author of 
the editing, introduction and notes. 
R 43911, Mar. 21, 1936. 9 

Miss Innocence ; a musical comedy in 2 
acts, by Harry B. Smith. © Irene 
Bentley Smith, New York, as the 
widow of the author of the words. 
R 45201, May 19, 1936. 10 

New York (The) idea; a comedy in 4 
acts, by Langdon Mitchell. © Mar- 
ion Lea Mitchell, New York, as the 
widow of the author. R 45163, May 
20, 1936. 11 

Paradise (The) of Mahomet; a comic 
opera libretto in 3 acts, by Harry B. 
Smith. © Irene Bentley Smith, New 
York, as the widow of the author. 
R 45199, May 21, 1936. 12 

Waltz (A) dream; new musical play 
adapted from the German of Felix 
Doermann [pseud, of Felix Bieder- 
mann] and Leopold Jacobson, lyrics 
by Adrian Ross [pseud, of Arthur R. 
Ropes] music by Oscar Straus. Lyr- 
ics only. © Frederick Mossman and 
Edward Baines Read, Bradford, 
Yorks, England, as the executors of 
the author. R 44915, Feb. 28, 1936. 

13 

Works (Collected) of Henrik Ibsen. 
Copyright edition. See Collected 
works of Henrik Ibsen. Copyright 
edition. 



211 



CLASSES L AND M 

MOTION PICTURES 



Along the life-line of the British em- 
pire, Suez-Malta-Gibraltar. Reel. 
© May 15, 1936; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion June 12; M 6529; Andre de 
LaVarre, New York. 4501 

And so to wed ; story by Jean W. Yar- 
brough and Monty Collins, directed 
by Jean W. Yarbrough. 2 reels. © 
June 19, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
June 22; L 6432; RKO-radio pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 4502 

And sudden death; from a story by 
Theodore Reeves and Madeleine 
Ruthven, screen play by Joseph Mon- 
cure March, directed by Charles Bar- 
ton. 7 reels. © June 19, 1936 ; 2 c. 
and description June 29 ; L 6441 ; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 4503 

Aquatic artistry ; explanatory remarks 
by Pete Smith, directed by David 
Miller. (A sports parade subject) 
Reel. © June 2, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription June 22; M 6569; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

4504 

Battle royal; story by Walter Lantz 
and Victor McLeod, artists, Ed Bene- 
dict and Fred Kopietz. Reel. © 
June 11, 1936; 2 c. June 11; de- 
scription June 12 ; M 6535 ; Universal 
productions, inc., New York. 4505 

Below the deadline ; story and screen 
play by Ewart Adamson, directed 
by Charles Lamont. 8 reels. © 
June 5, 1936 ; 2 c. June 9 ; descrip- 
tion June 10; L 6396; Chesterfield 
motion pictures Corp., New York. 

4506 

Big (The) noise; story by Edward 
Hartman, screen play by George 
Bricker and William Jacobs, di- 
rected by Frank McDonald. 7 reels. 
© June 17, 1936; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion June 18 ; L 6415 ; Warner bros. 
pictures, inc., New York. 4507 

Bits of Brittany. Reel. © May 15, 
1936 ; 2 c. and description June 12 ; 
M 6527 ; Andre de LaVarre, New 
York. 4508 



Blackmailer ; screen play by Joseph 
Krumgold, Lee Loeb and Harold 
Buchman, directed by Gordon Wiles. 
7 reels. © June 29, 1936 ; 2 c. June 
29; description June 30; L 6444; 
Columbia pictures corp. of Calif., 
ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 4509 

Bold King Cole ; directed by Burt Gil- 
lett. (Rainbow parade no. 8) Reel. 
© May 22, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
June 29 ; M 6581 ; Van Beuren corp., 
New York. 4510 

Bolero (The) Reel. © Feb. 17, 1936; 
2 c. May 11 ; description Apr. 18 ; M 
6437 ; Royal revues, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 4511 

Border caballero ; original story by 
Norman S. Hall, continuity by 
Joseph O'Donnell, directed by Sam 
Newfield. 6 reels. © June 15, 1936 ; 
2 c. and description June 15; L 
6404 ; Puritan pictures Corp., New 
York. 4512 

Border flight ; based on a story by 
Ewing Scott, screen play by Stuart 
Anthony and Arthur J. Beckhard, 
directed by Otho Lovering. 7 reels. 
© May 29, 1936; 2 c. June 1; de- 
scription June 2 ; L 6385 ; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 4513 

Buick bows to the President. Reel. 
© Apr. 11, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
June 12; M 6539; Studebaker corp., 
South Bend, Ind. 4514 

Bullets or ballots ; from a story by 
Martin Mooney and Seton I. Miller, 
screen play by Seton I. Miller, di- 
rected by William Keighley. 9 reels. 
© June 15, 1936 ; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion June 15 ; L 6401 ; Warner bros. 
pictures, inc., New York. 4515 

Bunker Bean ; by Harry Leon Wilson, 
based on the novel by Harry L^on 
Wilson, from the play by Lee Wilson 
Dodd, screen play by Edmund North, 
James Gow and Dorothy Yost, di- 
rected by William Hamilton and Ed- 
ward Killy. 7 reels. © June 22, 
1936 ; 2 c. and description June 23 ; 
L 6433; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 4516 



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MOTION PICTURES 



no. 6, 1936 



4535 



Busy (The) bee; by Paul Terry, Man- 
nie Davis and George Gordon. Reel. 
© May 29, 1936 : 2 c. and description 
June 9 ; M 6519 ; Terrytoons, inc., 
New Rochelle, N. Y. 4517 

Canzone (La) del sole; adattazione e 
collaborazione artistica di Ferruccio 
Biancini, regista Max Neufeld, dire- 
zione genera le Dott Alberto Gia (-al- 
one, direttore di produzione Angelo 
Besozzi. 8 reels. © May 5, 1936; 

1 c. June 13 ; description June 16 ; 
L 6408 ; Nuovo mondo motion pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 4518 

Ceremonies in Bali. Reel. © May 15, 
1936 ; 2 c. and description June 12 ; 
M 652S; Andre de LaVarre, New 
York. 4519 

Champ's (The) a chump; story and 
screen play by Jerome Gottler and 
Ewart Adamson, directed by Sam 
White. 2 reels. © June 15, 1936; 

2 c. June 15 ; description June 25 ; 
L 6437 ; Columbia pictures corp., of 
Calif., ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 4520 

Chesapeake (The) Bay retriever; nar- 
rated by John Holbrook. © title, 
description and 3 prints reed. June 
1, 1936 ; M 6489 ; Pedigreed pictures, 
inc., Elberon, N. J. 4521 

Cities of North Africa. Tunis — Al- 
giers — Rabat; script collaborator P. 
Paul Devlin. Reel. © May 15, 1936 ; 
2 c. and description June 12; M 
6524; Andre de LaVarre, New York. 

4522 

Coal (The) bin of America; narration 
by Basil Ruysdael, directed and 
edited by William O. Hurst. 2 reels. 
© June 20, 1936; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion June 29; M 6589: Chesapeake 
& Ohio railway co., Washington. 

4523 

Colonial Williamsburg. Reel. © May 
15, 1936 : 2 c. and description June 
12 ; M 6533 ; Andre de LaVarre, New 
York. 4524 

Colourful Cairo. Reel. © May 15, 
1936; 2 c. and description June 12; 
M 6531 ; Andre de LaVarre, New 
York. 4525 

Counterfeit ; story by William Rankin, 
screen play by William Rankin and 
Bruce Manning, directed by Erie C. 
Kenton. 8 reels. © June 11, 1936 ; 
2 c. June 12 ; description June 13 ; 
L 6398 ; Columbia pictures corp. of 
Calif., ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 462(5 



Damascus and Jerusalem. Reel. © 
May 15, 1936; 2 c. and description 
June 12 ; M 6532 ; Andre de LaVarre, 
New York. 4527 

Dancing pirate ; from a story by Emma 
Lindsay-Squier, adaptation by Jack 
Wagner and Boris Ingster, screen 
play by Ray Harris and Francis Ed- 
wards Faragoh, directed by Lloyd 
Corrigan. 9 reels. © May 22, 1936 ; 
2 c. and description June 18 ; L 6422 ; 
Pioneer pictures, inc., New York. 

4528 

Darkest Africa ; original story by John 
Rathmell and Tracy Knight, screen 
play by John Rathmell, Barney 
Sarecky and Ted Parsons, directed 
by B. Reeves Eason and Joseph 
Kane. © Republic pictures corp., 
New York. 4529,4530 

Episode 1-5. 11 reels. © Feb. 15, 

1936 ; 2 c. and description June 22 ; 

L 6431. 
Episode 6-10. 10 reels. © Feb. 15, 

1936 ; 2 c. and description June 29 ; 

L 6440. 
Disorder in the court ; story and screen 
play by Felix Adler, directed by 
Preston Black. 2 reels. © June I, 
1936 ; 2 c. June 1 ; description June 
2 ; L 6383 ; Columbia pictures corp. 
of Calif., ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 

4531 

Dog blight; story by Jean W. Yar- 
brough and Charles Roberts, directed 
by Jean W. Yarbrough. 2 reels. © 
June 15, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
June 15; L 6407; RKO-radio pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 4532 

Don Bosco ; da una trama di R. Uguc- 
cioni, diretto da Goffredo Alessan- 
drini. 9 reels. © May 26, 1936; 
1 c. June 12 ; description June 13 ; 
L 6399 ; Nuovo mondo motion pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 4533 

DuBarry (The) See I give my heart. 

Dumb-bell letters ; no. 25, edited by 
Juliet Lowell from her collection of 
Dumb-belles lettres. Reel. © June 
22, 1936; 2 c. and description June 
29; M 6582; Van Beuren corp., New 
York. 4534 

Dynamite. See Phantom rider. 

Early to bed ; from a story by Lucien 
Littlefield and Chandler Sprague, 
screen play by Arthur Kober, di- 
rected by Norman McLeod. 8 reels. 
© June 5, 1936; 2 c. and description 
June 9 ; L 6394 ; Paramount produc- 
tions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 4535 



213 



CATALOG OF COPYKIGHT ENTRIES 



4536 



pt. i, v. 9 



Ex-Mrs. (The) Bradford; story by 
James Edward Grant, screen play 
by Anthony Veiller, directed by 
Stephen Roberts. 10 reels. © May 
15, 1936: 2 c. and description June 
24 ; L 6436 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 4536 

Fast friends ; narration by Basil Ruys- 
dael, directed by Harry Foster. (A 
treasure chest production) Reel. © 
June 5, 1936: 2 c. and description 
June 23 ; M 6573 ; Skibo productions, 
inc., New York. 4537 

First (The) baby; original story and 
screen play by Lamar Trotti, di- 
rected by Lewis Seiler. 8 reels. © 
May 15, 1936 : 2 c. and description 
June 18 ; L 6419 ; Twentieth century- 
Fox film Corp., New York. 4538 

Flash Gordon ; [based on] Alex Ray- 
mond's cartoon strip, screen play by 
Frederick Stephani, George Plymp- 
ton, Basil Dickey and Ella O'Neill, 
directed by Frederick Stephani. 2 
reels each. © Universal produc- 
tions, inc., New York. 4539^4541 
Chap. 11, In the claws of the tigron. 
© June 3, 1936; 2 c. June 3; de- 
scription June 4; L 6386. 
Chap. 12. Trapped in the turret. © 
June 10, 1936; 2 c. June 10; de- 
scription June 11 ; L 6397. 
Chap. 13, Rocketing to earth. © 
June 17, 1936; 2 c. June 17; de- 
scription June 18 ; L 6420. 

Fox movietone news ; v. 18, Laurence 
Starlings, editor. 1 reel each. © 
Movietonews, inc., New York. 

4542-4552 
No. 66-71. © Apr. 30, May 5, 7, 12, 

14, 19, 1936; 2 c. and description 

each June 19; M 6558-6563. 
No. 72-76. © May 21, 25, 27, July 1, 

3, 1936 ; 2 c. and description each 

June 29 ; M 6583-6587. 

Fury; based on a story by Norman 
Krasna, screen play by Bartlett Cor- 
mack and Fritz Lang, produced by 
Joseph L. Mankiewicz, directed by 
Fritz Lang. 9 reels. © June 1, 1936*; 
2 c. and description June 8 : L 6390 : 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 4553 

Girl of the Ozarks ; based on a story 
by Maurine Babb, John Bright and 
Robert Tasker, screen play by Stuart 
Anthony and Michael L. Simmons, 
directed by William Shea. 7 reels. 
© June 12, 1936; 2 c. and descrip- 



tion June 17; L 6413; Paramount 
productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

4554 

Glee worms ; story by Ben Harrison, 
animation by Manny Gould, pro- 
duced by Charles Mintz. (A color 
rhapsody) Reel. © June 16, 1936; 
2 c. June 16 ; description June 17 ; M 
6553 ; Screen gems, inc., Los Angeles. 

4555 

Glimpses of picturesque Java. Reel. 
© May 15, 1936: 2 c. and descrip- 
tion June 12; M 6534; Andre de 
LaVarre, New York. 4556 

Glimpses of the heart of Paris. Reel. 
© May 15, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
June 12 ; M 6523 ; Andre de LaVarre, 
New York. 4557 

Going places with Lowell Thomas ; 
narrated by Lowell Thomas, pro- 
duced by Charles E. Ford. 1 reel 
each. © Universal pictures Corp., 
New York. 4558,4559 

No. 22. © June 10, 1936 ; 2 c. June 
10 ; description June 11 ; M 6521. 

No. 23. © June 24, 1936; 1 c. and 
description June 25 ; 1 c. June 24 ; 
M 6580. 

Great international heavyweight box- 
ing contest between Joe Louis and 
Max Schmeling. © title, description 
and 74 prints reed. June 30, 1936; 
M 6592 ; Jack Dietz and Bill Duffy, 
New York. 4560 

Guns and guitars ; original story and 
screen play by Dorrell McGowan and 
Stuart McGowan, directed by Joseph 
Kane. 6 reels. © June 22. 1936; 
2 c. and description June 22 ; L 6430 ; 
Republic pictures Corp., New York. 

4561 

Gypsy fantasy. Reel. © June 8, 1936 ; 
2 c. June 22 ; description June 15 ; 
M 6572 ; Royal revues, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 4562 

Half angel ; based on a story by F. 
Tennyson Jesse, screen play by Bess 
Meredyth, Gene Fowler and Allen 
Rivkin, directed by Sidney Lanlield. 
7 reels. © May 22, 1936: 2 c. and 
description June 18: L 6416; Twen- 
tieth century-Fox film corp., New 
York. 4563 

Harvester (The) : by Bon Grussing. 
© title, description and 13 prints 
reed. June 4, 1936; M 6495; Minne- 
apolis-Moline power implement co., 
Minneapolis. 4564 



214 



MOTION" PICTURES 



no. 6, 1936 



4581 



Here comes trouble ; based on an origi- 
nal story by John Bright and Robert 
Tasker, screen play by Robert Ellis, 
Helen Logan and Barry Trivers, di- 
rected by Lewis Seiler. 7 reels. © 
Feb. 21, 1936; 2 c. and description 
June 18; L 6417 ; Twentieth century- 
Fox film corp., New York. 4565 

Here's Howe ; no. 1952-53, story by 
Jack Henley, Burnet Hershey and 
Robert Marko, originated by Ham 
Fisher, directed by Lloyd French. 2 
reels. © June 8, 1936; 2 c. and de- 
scription June 8 ; L 63S9 ; Vitaphone 
Corp., New York. 4566 

Hollywood at Vine st. Reel. © Apr. 
13, 1936; 2 c. May 11; description 
Apr. IS ; M 6436 ; Royal revues, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 4567 

Home on the range ; story by Marcy 
Klauber and Arthur Jarrett, pro- 
duced by Al Christie. 2 reels. © 
June 5, 1936; 2 c. and description 
June 16 ; L 6412 ; Educational pro- 
ductions, inc., New York. 4568 

House-fly (The) ; by Clyde Fisher. 
(Biological science series) Reel. © 
Feb. 20. 1936; 2 c. June 5; descrip- 
tion May 0; M 6499; Erpi picture 
consultants, inc., New York. 4569 

Hudson Metzger girls. Reel. © Apr. 
27. 1936; 2 c. May 25; description 
June 13 ; M 6552 ; Royal revues, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 4570 

Human cargo ; based on the novel, I 
will be faithful by Kathleen Shep- 
ard, screen play by Jefferson Parker 
and Doris Malloy, directed by Allan 
Dwan. 7 reels. © May 29, 1936; 
2 c. and description June 18 ; L 6418 ; 
Twentieth century-Fox film Corp., 
New York. 4571 

I don't want to make history ; animated 
by Thomas Johnson and Dave Hoff- 
man, directed by Dave Fleischer. 
Reel. © May 22, 1936 ; 2 c. June 13 ; 
description June 12; M 6537; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 4572 

I give my heart; adapted from the 
operetta The DuRarry by Paul Knep- 
ler and J. M. Welleminsky, adapta- 
tion and scenario by Frank Launder, 
Roger Burford and Kurt Siodinak, 
directed by Marcel Varnel. 7 reels. 
© Apr. 13. 1936: 1 c. June 4; de- 
scription June 6; L 6387; B. I. P. 
(export) ltd., London. 4573 



I stand condemned ; based on Moscow 
nights from the scenario by Eric 
Siepmann, produced by Alexis Gran- 
owsky, directed by Anthony Asquith. 
8 reels. © June 29, 1936; 2 c. and 
description June 30 ; L 6443 ; Lon- 
don film productions, ltd., Denham, 
Uxbridge, Middlesex, England. 4574 

I will be faithful. See Human cargo. 

In the claws of the tigron. See Flash 
Gordon. 

Job's (A) a job. (Easy Ace no. 8) 
Reel. © Apr. 24, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription June 15 ; M 6547 ; Van Beu- 
ren corp., New York. 4575 

Joe Louis. See Great international 
heavyweight boxing contest between 
Joe Louis and Max Schmeling. 

Keep your gin up. Reel. © May 25, 
1936; 2 c. and description June 15; 
M 6541 ; AudiVision, inc., New York. 

4576 

Kyne's (Peter B.) Rio Grande ro- 
mance. See Rio Grande romance. 

Lady Smith. See Palm Springs. 

Last (The) outlaw; from an original 
story by John Ford and E. Murray 
Campbell, screen play by John Twist 
and Jack Townley, directed by 
Christy Cabanne. 8 reels. © June 
18, 1936; 2 c. and description June 
18 ; L 6421 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 4577 

Leaves; by Clyde Fisher. (Biological 
science series) Reel. © Feb. 20, 
1936 ; 2 c. June 5 ; description May 
6 ; M 6498 ; Erpi picture consultants, 
inc., New York. 4578 

Let's talk it over. Reel. © May 16, 
1936; 2 c. and description June 15; 
M 6540 ; AudiVision, inc., New York. 

4579 

Lightnin' Bill Carson ; original story 
and continuity by Arthur Durban, 
produced by Sig Neufeld and Leslie 
Simmonds, directed by Sam New- 
field. 7 reels. © June 15, 1936; 
2 c. and description June 15; L 6402 ; 
Puritan pictures corp., New York. 

4580 

Little Boy Blue ; based on the poem 
by Eugene Field, directed by Harold 
S. Bucquet. (A miniature) Reel. 
© Mav 22, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
June 2: M 0493 : Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 4581 



215 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



4582 



pt. I, v. 9 



Lonely (The) trail; original story by 
Bernard McConville, screen play by 
Bernard McConville and Jack Nat- 
teford, directed by Joseph Kane. 6 
reels. © May 25, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription June 22 ; L 6429 ; Republic 
pictures corp., New York. 4582 

Louis (Joe) See Great international 
heavyweight boxing contest between 
Joe Louis and Max Schmeling. 

Love's old sweet song. Reel. © May 
28, 1936; 2 c. June 24; description 
June 5 ; M 6579 ; Royal revues, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 4583 

Lucky starlets ; narration by Gayne 
Whitman, continuity by Herman 
Hoffman, edited by Phil Pember- 
ton, produced by Herbert Moulton. 
Reel. © May 22, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scripton June 8 ; M 6515 ; Paramount 
productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

4584 

Maid for a day; no. 1973-74, story by 
A. Dorian Otvos, directed by Joseph 
Henabery. 2 reels. © June 22, 
1936 ; 2 c. and description June 22 ; 
L 6424 ; Vitaphone corp., New York. 

4585 

Major Bowes amateur parade. 1 reel 
each. © RKO-radio pictures, inc. 

4586, 4587 
No. 1. © May 1, 1936 ; 2 c. June 16 ; 

description June 15 ; L 6406. 
Episode 2. © June 5, 1936 ; 2 c. and 
description June 23 ; L 6434. 

March (The) of crime; narative by 
Wedgewood Nowell. 2 reels. © 
June 23, 1936 ; 2 c. June 23 ; descrip- 
tion June 24; M 6574; Road show 
attractions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

4588 

Marcheta. Reel. © May 28, 1936; 
2 c. June 24 ; description June 5 ; M 
6578 ; Royal revues, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 4589 

Marihuana ; story by Hildagarde 
Stadie, continuity by Rex Elgin, di- 
rected by Dwain Esper. 6 reels. © 
May 17. 1936; 2 c. May 22; descrip- 
tion June 2 ; L 6382 ; Road show at- 
tractions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

4590 

Max Schmeling. See Great interna- 
tional heavyweight boxing contest 
between Joe Louis and Max Schmel- 
ing. 

Measure them by the same yardstick. 
Reel. © Apr. 11, 1936; 2 c. and 
description June 12 ; M 6538 ; Stude- 
baker corp., South Bend. Ind. 4591 



Meet the kernel; no. 1947, directed by 
Joseph Henabery. Reel. © June 22, 
1936; 2 c. and description June 22; 
M 6568; Vitaphone corp., New York. 

4592 

Mickey's rival. (A Walt Disney 
Mickey Mouse) Reel. © June 12, 
1936 ; 2 c. June 18 ; description June 
22; M 6566; Walt Disney produc- 
tions,, ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 4593 

Miss Glory ; produced by Leon Schles- 
inger. (Merrie melodies) Reel. © 
June 9, 1936; 2 c. and description 
June 11 ; M 6522 ; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 4594 

Moanin'. Reel. © Apr. 13, 1936; 2 c. 
May 11 ; description Apr. 18 ; M 6434 ; 
Royal revues, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

4595 

More pep; animated by Thomas John- 
son and Dave Hoffman, directed by 
Dave Fleischer. Reel. © June 19, 
1936 ; 2 c. and description June 29 ; 
M 6588; Paramount pictures, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 4596 

Moscow nights. See I stand con- 
demned. 

Moving day. (A Walt Disney Mickey 
Mouse) Reel. © June 4, 1936; 2! c. 
June 16; description June 22; M 
6565; Walt Disney productions, ltd., 
Hollywood, Calif. . 4597 

Murder by an aristocrat; story by 
Mignon G. Eberhart, screen play by 
Luci Ward and Roy Chanslor, 
directed by Frank McDonald. 7 
reels. © June 15, 1936; 2 c. and 
description June 16 ; L 6411 ; Warner 
bros. pictures, inc., New York. 4598 

New light on the Olds. Reel. © June 
16, 1936; 2 c. and description June 
15; M 6544; Studebaker corp., South 
Bend, Ind. 4599 

Nias and Sumatra, islands of Nether- 
lands India ; script collaborator P. 
Paul Devlin. Reel. © May 15, 1936 ; 
2 c. and description June 12; M 
6526; Andre de LaVarre, New York. 

4600 

Old (The) mill pond. (A Happy har- 
monies cartoon in technicolor) Reel. 
© May 19, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
June 2; M 6494; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 4601 

On the wrong trek ; directed by Charles 
Parrott and Harold Law. (Hal 
Roach comedy) 2 reels. © June 11, 
1936 ; 2 c. and description June 22 ; 
L 6425 ; Metro-Gold wyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 4602 



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no. 6, 1936 



4630 



One days work. See Rio Grande 
romance. 

Pain (A) in the Pullman; written and 
directed by Preston Black. 2 reels. 
© June 16, 1936; 2 c. June 16; 
description June 22; L 6423; Colum- 
bia pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., 
Hollywood, Calif. 4603 

Palm Springs ; adapted from the story 
Lady Smith by Myles Connolly, adap- 
tation by Humphrey Pearson, screen 
play by Joseph Fields, directed by 
Aubrey Scotto. 8 reels. © June •">, 
1036; 2 c. and description June 9; 
L 6393; Paramount productions, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 4604 

Paramount news; no. 70-80. 1 reel 
each. © Mar. 30, Apr. 2, 6, 9, 13, 16, 
20, 23, 27, 30, May 4, 1936 ; 2 c. each 
June 5; description each June 6; 
M 6503-6513 ; Paramount pictures, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 4605-4615 

Paramount pictorial 5; no. 11. Reel. 
© May 22, 1936 ; 2 c. June 5 ; descrip- 
tion June 6; M 6502; Paramount 
pictures, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

4616 

Parole; original story by Kubec Glas- 
mon and Joel Sayre, screen play by 
Horace McCoy and Kubec Glasmon, 
directed by Louis Friedlander. 8 
reels. © June 15, 1936 ; 2 c. June 13 ; 
description June 16 ; L 6409 ; Univer- 
sal productions, inc., New York. 

4617 

Peaceful relations ; story by David 
Freedman, directed by Walter 
Graham. 2 reels. © June 19, 1936 ; 
2 c. and description June 23 ; L 6435 ; 
Educational productions, inc., New 
York. 4618 

Perfect (The) set-up; original story 
and screen play by Robert Lees and 
Fred Rinaldo, directed by Edward 
Cahn. (A crime does not pay sub- 
ject) 2 reels. © June 8, 1936; 2 c. 
and description June 22; L 6426; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 4619 

Peter B. Kyne's Rio Grande romance. 
See Rio Grande romance. 

Phantom (The) rider; chap. 1, Dyna- 
mite, original screen play by George 
Plympton, Basil Dickey and Ella 
O'Neill, directed by Ray Taylor. 2 
reels. © June 24. 1936 ; 1 c. June 24 ; 
1 c. and description June 25 ; L 6438 ; 
Universal productions, inc., New 
York. 4620 



Politicians (The) Reel. © Apr. 13, 
1936 ; 2 c. May 11 ; description Apr. 
18; M 6435; Royal revues, inc., Hollv- 
wood, Calif. 4621 

Polo ; explanatory remarks by Pete 
Smith, directed by George Sidney. 
(A sports parade subject) Reel. © 
June 11, 1936; 2 c. and description 
June 22; M 6570; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 4622 

Poodle (The) ; directed by Adele 
Nathan. Reel. © May 22, 1936 ; 2 c. 
June 5 ; description June 6 ; M 6501 ; 
Paramount pictures, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 4623 

Poppy ; based on a play by Dorothy 
Donnelly, screen play by Waldemar 
Young and Virginia Van Upp, di- 
rected by A. Edward Sutherland. 8 
reels. © June 19, 1936; 2 c. and 
description June 29; L 6442; Para- 
mount productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 4624 

Popular science ; no. 5-5. Reel. © 
May 29, 1936 ; 2 c. June 1 ; descrip- 
tion June 2; M 6490; Paramount 
pictures, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

4625 

Power on parade; by Bon Grussing. 
© title, description, and 26 prints 
reed. June 4, 1936; M 6496; Minne- 
apolis-Moline power implement co., 
Minneapolis. 4626 

Princess ( The ) comes across ; based on 
a story by Philip MacDonald, 
adapted from a novel by Louis Lu- 
cien Rogger, screen play by Walter 
DeLeon, Frances Martin, Frank But- 
ler and Don Hartman, directed by 
William K. Howard. 8 reels. © 
May 22, 1936; 2 c. June 5; descrip- 
tion June 6 ; L 6388 ; Paramount pro- 
ductions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 4627 

Rambling in Vienna; script collabora- 
tor P. Paul Devlin. Reel. © May 
15, 1936 ; 2 c. and description June 
12 ; M 6525 ; Andre de LaVarre, New 
York. 4628 

Rio De Janeiro — city of splendour. 
(A James A. FitzPatrick traveltalk 
in technicolor) Reel. © May 27, 
1936; 2 c. and description June 8; 
M 6518 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 4629 

Rio Grande romance; [by Peter B. 
Kyne], adapted from the story One 
days work, screen play by Al Martin, 
directed by Bob Hill. 7 reels. © 
June 22, 1936; 2 c. and description 
June 22 ; L 6427 ; Victory pictures 
corp., New York. 4630 



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4631 



pt. i, v. 



River (The) of thrills; narrated by 
Ted Husing. (Sportlight) Reel. 
© June 5, 1936; 2 c. June 13; de- 
scription June 12; M 6536; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 4631 

Rocketing to earth. See Flash Gordon. 

Rogues (The) tavern; screen play by 
Al Martin, directed by Bob Hill. 7 
reels. © June 15, 1936; 2 c. and 
description June 15 ; L 6403 ; Puri- 
tan pictures Corp., New York. 4632 

Romance in the air; story and screen 
play by George Bricker, directed by 
Murray Roth. 2 reels. © June 29, 
1936 ; 2 c. and description June 29 ; 
L 6439; Vitaphone corp., New York. 

4633 

Row, mister, row. (Bill Corum no. 7) 
Reel. © June 15, 1936; 2 c. and 
description June 22; M 6567; Van 
Beuren corp., New York. 4634 

Sailor's (The) home; by Paul Terry, 
Mannie Davis and George Gordon. 
Reel. © June 12, 1936; 2 c. and 
description June 16 ; M 6551 ; Terry- 
toons, inc., New Rochelle, N. Y. 4635 

Scarpe (Le) al sole; soggetto di Paolo 
Monelli, sceneggiatura di Curt Alex- 
ander, diretta da Mario Rossi. 10 
reels. © June 6, 1936 ; 1 c. June 12 ; 
description June 13 ; L 6400 ; Nuovo 
mondo motion pictures, inc., New 
York. 4636 

Schmeling (Max) See Great interna- 
tional heavyweight boxing contest 
between Joe Louis and Max Schmel- 
ing. 

Scots (The) have a word for it. Reel. 
© June 10, 1936; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion June 15 ; M 6543 ; Studebaker 
corp., South Bend, Ind. 4637 

Sequoia national park. Reel. © May 
28, 1936; 2 c. June 24; description 
June 5; M 6577; Royal revues, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 4638 

Shipmates. See Taming the wild. 

Shoulder to shoulder. Reel. © June 
5, 1936 ; 2 c. and description June 
15; M 6542; Chrysler corp., De- 
troit. 4639 

Song (A) a day; animated by David 
Tendlar and Nick Tafuri, directed 
by Dave Fleischer. (Betty Boop 
cartoon) Reel. © May 22, 1936; 
2 c. and description June 8 ; M 6514 ; 
Paramount pictures, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 4640 



Song (A) of the range. Reel. © Mar. 
30, 1936; 2 c. May 11; description 
Apr. 18; M 6433; Royal revues, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 4641 

Sons o' guns ; from the play by Fred 
Thompson and Jack Donahue, screen 
play by Jerry Wald and Julius J. 
Epstein, directed by Lloyd Bacon. 
9 reels. © June 15, 1936 ; 2 c. and 
description June 16; L 6410; War- 
ner bros. pictures, inc., New York. 

4642 

Sport magic; narrative by Jack Ko- 
foed. (News world of sports) Reel. 
© June 9, 1936 ; 2 c. June 9 ; descrip- 
tion June 10 ; M 6520 ; Columbia pic- 
tures corp. of Calif., ltd., Hollywood, 
Calif. 4643 

Stampede; story by Peter B. Kyne, 
scenario by Robert Watson, directed 
by Ford Beebe. 6 reels. © June 6, 
1936; 2 c. June 6; description June 
8 ; L 6392 ; Columbia pictures corp. 
of Calif., ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 

4644 

Stranger than fiction; narrated by 
James Wallington, produced by 
Charles E. Ford. 1 reel each. © 
Universal pictures corp., New York. 
4645-4647 
No. 21. © June 4, 1936 ; 2 c. June 4 ; 

description June 5; M 6497. 
No. 22. © June 17, 1936 ; 2 c. June 

17 ; description June 18 ; M 6557. 
No. 23. © June 29, 1936; 2 c. and 

description June 30; M 6591. 

Suicide (The) club. See Trouble for 
two. 

Synopsis of Carter service film; by 
Charles W. Bolan. Reel. © Mar. 
14, 1936; 2 c. June 18; description 
June 15; M 6564; Carter carburetor 
corp., St. Louis. 464S 

Taming the wild; adapted from Peter 
B. Kyne's story Shipmates, screen 
play by Al Martin, directed by Bob 
Hill. 6 reels. © June 22, 1936; 2 
c. and description June 22; L 6428; 
Victory pictures Corp., New York. 

4649 

Teddy Bergman's international broad- 
cast ; directed by Milton Schwarz- 
wald. 2 reels. © May 29, 1936; 2 
c. May 29 ; description June 1 ; L 
6381; Universal pictures corp., New 
York. 4650 

There is a reason for Richfield. Reel. 
© Feb. 24, 1936; 2 c. June 12; de- 
scription Apr. 8; M 6550; Audi- 
Vision, inc., New York. 4651 



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4673 



Three of a kind; story and screen play 
by Arthur T. Horman, directed by 
Phil Rosen. 8 reels. © May 29, 
1936; 2 c. June 1; description June 
2 ; L 6384 ; Invincible pictures Corp., 
New York. 4652 

Through Normandy to Mont St. 
Michel. Reel. © May 15, 1936; 
2 c. and description June 12; M 
6530 ; Andre" de LaVarre, New York. 

4653 

Thru the mirror. (A Walt Disney 
Mickey Mouse) Reel. © May 19, 
1936 ; 2 c. June 1 ; description June 
2 ; M 6491 ; Walt Disney produc- 
tions, ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 4654 

Tough (A) egg; by Paul Terry, Man- 
nie Davis and George Gordon. Reel. 
© June 26, 1936 ; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion June 30; M 6590; Terrytoons, 
inc., New Rochelle, N. Y. 4655 

Tiapped by television; story by Sher- 
man Lowe and Al Martin, screen 
play by Lee Loeb and Harold Buch- 
man, directed by Del Lord. 7 reels. 
© June 8, 1936: 2 c. June 8; de- 
scription June 10; L 6395; Colum- 
bia pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., 
Hollywood, Calif. 4656 

Trapped in the turret. See Flash 
Gordon. 

Trouble for two ; based on The sui- 
cide club by Robert Louis Steven- 
son, screen play by Manuel Seff and 
Edward E. Paramore, jr., directed 
by J. Walter Ruben. 8 reels. © 
May 27, 1936; 2 c. and description 
June 8; L 6391; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 4657 

Universal newsreel. 1 reel each. © 

Universal pictures corp., New York. 
4658-4665 

No. 453, 454. © Apr. 28, May 1, 
1936; 2 c. each June 8; descrip- 
tion each June 3 ; M 6516, 6517. 

No. 455, 456. © May 5, 8, 1936; 2 
c. each June 15 ; description each 
June 10; M 6548', 6549. 

No. 457, 458. © May 12, 15, 1936; 
2 c. each June 18 ; description each 
June 17; M 6555, 6556. 



No. 459, 460. © May 19, 22, 1936; 
2 c. each June 22; description 
each June 24 ; M 6575, 6576. 

Venice of the North ; narration by 
Alois Havrilla, text by Harold Mc- 
Cracken (World on parade no. 7) 
Reel. © May 15, 1936; 2 c. and 
description June 15 ; M 6546 ; Van 
Beuren corp., New York. 4666 

Waifs (A) welcome; directed by Tom 
Palmer. (Rainbow parade cartoon 
no. 9) Reel. © June 15, 1936; 2 c. 
and description June 15 ; M 6545 ; 
Van Beuren corp., New York. 4667 

We eat to live; no. 1861, dialogue by 
Ira Genet, edited by Bert Frank. 
(E. M. Newman's Our own United 
States) Reel. © June 16, 1936; 
2 c. and description June 17; M 
6554; Vitaphone Corp., New York. 

4668 

What no spinach ; animated by Sey- 
mour Kneitel and Roland Crandall, 
directed by Dave Fleischer. Reel. 
© May 29, 1936; 2 c. June 5; de- 
scription June 6; M 6500; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 4669 

White (The) angel; screen play by 
Mordaunt Shairp, directed by Wil- 
liam Dieterle. 9 reels. © June 17, 
1936; 2 c. and description June 18; 
L 6414 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 4670 

Wholesailing along; story by and di- 
rected by Al Boasberg. 2 reels. © 
May 29, 1936; 2 c. and description 
June 15; L 6405; RKO-radio pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 4671 

Yankee doodle rhapsody ; continuity 
by Milton Hocky and Fred Rath, di- 
rected by Fred Waller. Reel. © 
May 1, 1936; 2 c. June 1; descrip- 
tion May 16; M 6492; Paramount 
pictures, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

4672 

Yosemite. Reel. © June 8, 1936 ; 2 c. 
June 22; description June 15; M 
6571 ; Royal revues, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 4673 



Number of entries in Classes L and M included in the catalog since 
Jan. 1, 1936 : 

Motion-picture photoplays 418 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 512 

Total 930 



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COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
OF JUNE 30, 19 00, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 
MOTION PICTURES 



1936 

VOLUME 9 
No. 7 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1936 



THE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Group 3, 
issued monthly, contains titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. 
Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles of the entries made in 
Class "D", Dramatic compositions, and Dramatico-musical compositions, arranged 
alphabetically by title; Class "L", Motion-picture photoplays; and Class "M", 
Motion pictures other than photoplays, arranged alphabetically by title. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, the preliminary 
entry of titles has been abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with 
an application for entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: "D", Class D, Dra- 
matic compositions; "L", Class L, Motion-picture photopla ,,' and "M", Class M, 
Motion pictures other than photoplays. "©" implies copyright registration of a 
published work followed by date of publication; "© 1 c." stands for copyright of 
an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the 
printed or manuscript copy; and "2 c." for two copies, followed by date of their 
receipt. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been 
renewed under section 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this issue 
immediately following the drama list. 

Imprints. — When the publishers of dramatic compositions are also the claim- 
ants of copyright, their names are omitted from the imprint. 

The annual index contains the names of all copyright proprietors, the names 
of authors and titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion 
pictures. 

The act of March 4, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries "shall 
be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as 
regards any copyright registration." 

The annual subscription price for the Catalog of Copyright Entries (received 
only for the calendar year) for Part 1, Group 3, is $2.00 for 1936, payable in 
advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money 
order, express order, or New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices 
of the various parts of the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3. 00 

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Lectures, and Maps 3. 00 

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for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or 
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The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
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Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
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by such claimant prior to December 31, 1936. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical composi- 
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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



According to Hoyle; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. M. Klee. © 1 c. July 28, 1936 : 
li 43972; Lawrence M. Klee, New 
York. 4674 

Adultera ; drama inedito [por] Jose 
Marti, introdnecidn, notas y apendice 
por Gonzalo de Quesada y Miranda. 
La Habana, Editorial tropico, 1936. 
3 p. 1., [9J-204 p.. 2 1. front, (port.) 
8vo. (Teatro cubano, 1) © May 19, 
1936 ; 1 c. June 11 ; D 43891 ; Gonzalo 
de Quesada y Miranda, Cojimar, 
Cuba. 4675 

Adventure in youth : a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Richard Hill Wilkinson. Boston. 
Mass.. Los Angeles, Cal. [1936] 127 
p. diagr. 12mo. ( [Bakers royalty 
plays]) © July 8, 1936; 2 c. July 
14: D 43757: Walter H. Baker do., 
Boston. 4676 

Adventures (The) of Esther Darling; 
episode 1. by Ted Lloyd [i. e. 
T. Lloyd] © 1 c. June 17, 1936; D 
43S76 : Theodore Lloyd, Los Angeles. 

4677 

After one ; a play in 3 acts, by I. B. 
Myers and S. Miles, based on the 
novel, Give me death, by I. B. Myers. 
© 1 c. July 15, 1936 ; D 43783 ; Isabel 
Briggs Myers, Swarthmore, Pa., and 
Stuart Miles, New York. 4678 

After the gleaners ; a play in 15 scenes, 
by Nellise Child [pseud, of L. Gerard] 
© 1 c. July 18, 1936; D 43912; Lil- 
lian Gerard, Los Angeles. 4679 

Alibi (L') See Sorrisi e sospiri. 

Alphabetic^ ; a series of political car- 
toons brought to life, book and dia- 
logue, by G. Nagle, lyrics and music 
by Harry Miller. Text. © 1 c. July 
28, 1936: D 43966; George Nagle, 
New York. 4680 

Amants (Les) romantiques ; piece en 
5 actes, avec prologue, de F. Gregh. 
© 1 c. June 27, 1936; D 43637; Per- 
il and Gregh, Paris. 4681 

Amazon Croesus ; a play story in 3 acts, 
by L. Von Harden. Rev. version. 
© 1 c. July 22, 1936 ; D 43914 ; Lew 
Yon Harden, New York. 4682 



America hilarica ; a musical comedy in 
3 acts, by J. Van Nice. Text. © 1 c. 
July 20, 1936; D 43875; James Van 
Nice, Chicago. 4683 

American (An) home ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Campbell B. Casad. © 1 c. July 
21, 1936; D 43884; Campbell Blaydes 
Casad, New York. 4684 

Ann Worth — housewife ; by Thomas 
Dougall. nos. A-98, A-99. © 1 c. 
each July 2, 1936; D 43607, 43608; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 4685, 4686 

nos. A-100, A-101. © 1 c. 

each July 10, 1936; D 43727, 43728; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 4687, 4688 

nos. A-102, A-103. © 1 c. 



each July 17, 1936; D 43823, 43824; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 4689, 4690 

nos. A-104, A-105. © 1 c. 

each July 23, 1936; D 43925, 43926; 
King-Trendle broadcasting Corp., De- 
troit. 4691, 4692 

Arkansas post under four flags. See 
Arkansas post under seven flags. 

Arkansas post under seven flags ; a 
pageant of history, by M. B. Lewis. 
Previously registered under the title 
of Arkansas post under four flags. 
© 1 c. June 25, 1936; D 43598; 
Maude Bethel Lewis, Stuttgart, Ark. 
[Copyright is claimed on additional 
episodes] 4693 

Assorted nuts ; a dramatic composition, 
by M. B. Goldsmith and N. V. Fellom. 
© 1 c. June 8, 1936 ; D 43599 ; Myron 
B. Goldsmith and Noel V. Fellom, 
San Francisco. 4694 

Asylum; a play in 3 acts, by A. A. 
Geichman. © 1 c. July 29, 1936 ; D 
43986 ; Albert A. Geichman, Brooklyn. 

4695 

Athletes club. See Unsolved mysteries. 

Aunt Sairey Bisbee's tourist camp ; 
episodes 3, 4, 6-14, by B. Y. Burrill. 
© 1 c. July 28, 1936; D 43967; 
Bertha Y. Burrill, Wilmette, 111. 

4696 



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CATALOG OF COPYEIGHT ENTRIES 



4697 



pt. i, v. 9 



Back woods farmer, Uncle Dudley 
Doe ; by J. C. Dodds. © 1 c. July 23, 
1936; D 43932; John Calvin Dodds, 
Galien, Mich. 4697 

Baker's junior plays ; ten 1-act plays 
[by various authors] Boston, Mass., 
Los Angeles, Cal. [1936.] 144 p. 
diagr. 12mo. Contents. — Bees. — A 
bid to the prom. — Bringing back the 
trees. — Candy Land minstrels. — 
Cedar Cinderella. — The discrimi- 
nating princess. — A ghostly picnic. — 
Help wanted. — Market day in Am- 
sterdam. — A mathematical solution. 
© July 8, 1936; 2 c. July 14; D 
43759 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

4698 

Bandit (The) priest. See Unsolved 
mysteries. 

Banned in Boston ; a play in 2 acts, by 
M. Rapf and B. Schulberg. © 1 c. 
June 12, 1936; D 43567; Maurice 
Rapf and Budd Schulberg, Los An- 
geles. 4699 

Barriers (The) between; a play in 3 
acts, by Elin A. Hana and C. J. 
Hana, in collaboration with Joseph 
A. Dernier. Rev. version of The sil- 
ver lining, and the Closed chapter. 
© 1 c. July 1, 1936 ; D 43800 ; Charles 
J. Hana, Stamford, Conn. 4700 

Bateau (Le) ivre; comedie en 5 actes 
[par] Rene Fauchois. [Tourville- 
La-Riviere, Montjoie] 1936. 4 p. 1., 
234 p. 16mo. © May 15, 1936 ; 1 c. 
July 6; D 43842; Rene Fauchois, 
Tourville-La-Riviere, France. 4701 

Bathurst (The) mystery. See Un- 
solved mysteries. 

Bed-time story; a play in 1 act, by 
Sara Hoffman Greenhill. © 1 c. 
July 1, 1936; D 43583; Sara H. 
Greenhill, New York. 4702 

Bees. See Baker's junior plays. 

Bela Kiss, the mystery man of Europe. 
See Unsolved mysteries. 

Beloved; a play in 3 acts, from the 
French comedy by Andre de Chatel- 
lus, adapted by Valerie Wyngate 
[pseud, of J. V. S. Salberg] © 1 c. 
July 28, 1936 ; D 43968 ; Jeanne Va- 
lerie Sally Salberg, London. 4703 

Besuch am abend ; ein heiteres spiel in 
3 aufzugen, von Engelbrecht 
Schwarz. © 1 c. June 22, 1936; D 
43627; Buhnenverlag Ahn & Sim- 
rock, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 4704 

Bettelstudent (Der) ; komische oper in 
3 akten, von F. Zell und Richard 



Genee, musik von Karl Millocker, 
textlich und musikalisch neu bear- 
beitet, von Eugene Otto. Vollstandi- 
ger klavierauszug mit text [und 
regiebuch] Basel [1935] 2v. [text 
(stage-prompter book)] 4to. [vocal 
score] fol. © Jan. 27, 1935 ; 1 c. Apr. 
10, 1936; D 39107; Verlag Ernst 
Vogel, Basel, Switzerland. 4705 

Between love and duty; a play in 2 
acts, by Edith May Bates. © 1 c. 
July 17, 1936; D 43819; Edith May 
Hilliard Bates, Miami, Fla. 4706 

Bid (A) to the prom. See Baker's 
junior plays. 

Big (The) fraud; a play in 4 acts, by 
E. N. Waterhouse. © 1 c. July 22, 
1936; D 43905; Edith Norman 
Waterhouse, University, Va. 4707 

Billy the Kid. See Death Valley days. 

Black damnation; a play in 1 act, by 
Anthony Buttitta. © 1 c. June 17, 
1936 ; D 43563 ; Anthony James But- 
titta, New York. 4708 

Black (The) flame of Amazonas ; epi- 
sodes nos. 1, 12, and 25, a radio se- 
rial, by J. B. Downie. © 1 c. each 
July 13, 1936; D 43745; Harold 
Noice, Los Angeles. 4709 

Black (The) robe; a new play in 3 
acts, by Harry Elmer Barnes and 
M. Wallach. © 1 c. July 2, 1936 ; D 
43609 ; Harry E. Barnes, Auburn, N. 
Y., and Michael Wallach, New York. 

4710 

Bobsledding; episodes 1-10, a radio 
sketch, by T. P. Faherty. © 1 c. 
each July 3, 1936 ; D 43722 ; Thomas 
P. Faherty, Glens Falls, N. Y. 4711 

Boston cleans up Tobacco road; by S. 
L. Bloom. © 1 c. July 8, 1936; D 
43918 ; Seymour L. Bloom, New 
York. 4712 

Boundless ; a drama in 4 acts, by S. 
Belgiorno. © 1 c. June 29, 1936 ; D 
43506; Simone Belgiorno, East Bos- 
ton. 4713 

Brides' (The) school; episode 1, a 
radio series, by L. Buelow. Version 
2. © 1 c. June 26, 1936 ; D 43680 ; 
Leola Buelow, New York. 4714 

Bringing back the trees. See Baker's 
junior plays. 

Brown skin service; a play in 3 acts, 
by William F. Walker. © 1 c. June 
13, 1936 ; D 43686 ; William Franklin 
Walker, Buffalo. 4715 



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no. 7, 1936 



4736 



Bryant park. Sec Echoes of New York 
town. 

Buried treasure. See Unsolved mys- 
teries. 

Burnt earth; a dramatic study of 
crime and respectability, in 3 acts, 
bv Wilbur Fawley. New York, Car- 
hie house [1936] 191 p. 12mo. © 
June 1. 1 !>::<>; 2 c. June 23; D 43718; 
Wilbur Finlev Fawlev r New York. 

4716 

Business ; a drama in 3 acts, by B. Ber- 
nard. 

.-nxa-iyn inn ]is ,ppx 3 px x&x-n ;oyara 
© 1 c. July 2, 1936 ; D 43601 ; Baruch 
Bernard, New York. 4717 

But for the grace of God ; a play in 11 
scenes, bv L. L. Atlas, ©lc. July 
22, 1936 ; D 43907 ; Leopold L. Atlas, 
Brooklyn. 4718 

Cadenza pathetique; a play in 3 acts, 
by A. Bushnell. © 1 c. July 29, 1936 ; 
D 43987; Adelyn Bushnell, Thomas- 
ion, Me. 4719 

California's hour; by Lord & Thomas 
radio department. June 29, 1936. 
© 1 c. July 6, 1936 ; D 43643 ; Lord 
& Thomas, Los Angeles. 4720 

July 6, 1936. © 1 c. July 13, 

1936 ; D 43747 ; Lord & Thomas, Los 
Angeles. 4721 

July 13, 1936. © 1 c July 20, 

1936 ; D 43863 ; Lord & Thomas, Los 
Angeles. 4722 

July 20. 1936. © 1 c July 28 r 

1936 ; D 43964 ; Lord & Thomas, Los 
Angeles. 4723 

Call board ; a comedy drama plavlet in 
1 act, by E. H. Allen. © 1 c. Julv 6, 
1936 ; D 43669 ; Edgar H. Allen, New 
York. 4724 

Candy Land minstrels. See Baker's 
junior plays. 

Carmen; opera in 4 acts, by George 
Bizet, words by H. Meilhac and L. 
Halevy. English version, by H. Espa 
Rollo. Text. © 1 c May 19, 1936; 
D 42700; H. Espa Rollo, Montclair, 
N. J. 4725 

Cedar Cinderella. See Baker's junior 
plays. 

Century (The) plant; an American 
comedy in a prologue and 3 acts, by 
Durward Primrose. © 1 c. July 7. 
1936; D 43923; Durward H. Prim- 
rose, New York. 4726 



Charity begins — ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Ireland Wood, from a story by 
Richmal Crompton. London, New 
York [etc] 1936. S4 p. diagr. 8vo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 1787] ) 
© June 23, 1936; 1 c. July 17; D 
43839; Samuel French, ltd., London. 

4727 

Chemin de traverse ; piece en 3 actes, 
de Bernard Rolant [pseud, of L. G. 
Courtaud] © 1 c. June 27, 1936; D 
43639: Louis Georges Courtaud, 
Paris. 4728 

Children of to-day. See Hintige 
kinder. 

Children, to bless you ! a comedy in 3 
acts, by G. Sheila Donisthorpe. Lon- 
don, New York [etc.] 1936, 80 p. 
plate. 8vo. ( [French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 726]) © June 23, 1936; 
1 c. July 17; D 43837; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 4729 

Chinaberry (The) tree; a play in 1 
act, by J. H. Newett. © 1 c. July 
13, 1936; D 43749; James H. Newett. 
Dallas. 4730 

Cinema ; a play in 4 acts and a pro- 
logue, by J. E. Wyman and R. L. Mel- 
ville, ©lc. July 25, 1936 ; D 43948 ; 
Justus E. Wyman, San Francisco, 
and Richard L. Melville, Berkelev, 
Calif. 4731 

Circe's swine; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Raymond Fearon. © 1 c. July 28, 
1936 ; D 43973 ; Raymond P. Fearon, 
Philadelphia. 4732 

Close-ups, from the stage of life; epi- 
sode no. 1, by David Tavlor. © 1 c. 
July 14, 1936; D 43765 ;*Amer. radio 
features, Los Angeles. 4733 

Closed (The) chapter. See Barriers 
(The) between. 

Coffins of San Cristobal. See Unsolved 
mysteries. 

Come clean ; a play in 3 acts, bv A. 
Sinclair. © 1 c. July 27. 1936; D 
43955 ; Arthur Sinclair, Buffalo. 

4734 

Conduct unbecoming; a play in 3 acts, 
by Ralph Chamberlain. © 1 c. June 
15, 1936; D 43720; Elinore Burns, 
Brooklyn. 4735 

Co-operative (The) torch; a play in 3 
acts, by R. V. Harstine. © 1 c. Julv 
25, 1936 : D 43943 ; Ruby V. Harstine, 
Kansas City, Mo. 4736 



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4737 



pt. i, v. 9 



Cornelius ; a business affair in three 
transactions, by J. B. Priestley. 
London, Samuel French, ltd. ; New 
York, Los Angeles, Cal. [etc.] Sam- 
uel French, inc., 1936. 76 p. plate, 
diagrs. 8vo. ( [French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 721] ) © June 23, 1936 ; 1 c. 
July 17; D 43838; J. B. Priestley, 
London. 4737 

Cose (Le) a posto. See Sorrisi e 
sospiri. 

Cosmic (The) ray; a play in 3 acts, by 
R. R. Moore. © 1 c. July 20, 1936; 
D 43867; Rosamond Ritchie Moore, 
Washington. 4738 

Counterfeit money. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Cross-stitch (A) sampler commence- 
ment pageant ; plot and design by 
F. V. Nalbor, script by The class of 
1936, Aurora high school. © 1 c. 
May 18, 1936; D 43803; Frank V. 
Nalbor, Aurora, Minn. 4739 

Crossroads of a gaucho (La senda 
gaucha) ; by S. Geneen. © 1 c. July 
13. 1936; D 43754; Sascha Geneen, 
Hollywood, Calif. 4740 

Cyrano de Bergerac ; comedie lyrique 
en 5 actes, d'apres la comedie hero'i- 
que de Edinond Rostand, adaptation 
de Henri Cain, musique de Franco 
Alfano. Paris [1936] 116 p. 12mo. 
Text. © May 29, 1936 ; 1 c. July 6 ; 
D 43843 ; Fasquelle editeurs, Paris. 

4741 

Dame Nature; comedie inedite en 3 
actes, par Andre Birabeau. (In Les 
CEuvres libres, no. 179) © May 1, 
1936; 1 c. July 11; D 43797; Andre 
Birabeau, V^aucresson, (S. & O.), 
France. 4742 

Daughters of Kontayas ; an Indian 
fantasy in 6 scenes, with music, by 
E. Nixon. Text. © 1 c. May 29, 
1936; D 43951; Elizabeth Nixon, 
Greeley, Col. 4743 

Death Valley days ; a series of radio 
sketches, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
June 25, 1936. Get your man! © 
1 c. July 9, 1936; D 43710; Pacific 
coast borax co., New York. 4744 



July 2, 1936. Good provider. 

© 1 c. July 9, 1936 ; D 43711 ; Pacific 
coast borax co., New York. 4745 

July 9, 16, pts. 1, 2. Billy the 



Delia and Tim ; episodes 1-5, bv M. 
Upton. © 1 c. July 16. 1936; D 
43789 ; Marietta Upton, Seattle. 4748 

Derby ; komodie in 3 akten, von Fritz 
Schwiefert. © 1 c. June 22, 1936 ; D 
43632 ; Drei masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 4749 

Descent (A) into the Maelstrom; by 
Edgar Allan Poe, dramatized for ra- 
dio presentation by V. C. Himes. © 
1 c. July 16, 1936 ; D 43786 ; Vera C. 
Himes, Hamilton, N. Y. 4750 

Deux couverts. See Theatre. 

Devil's (The) bride; a fantasy in 71 
scenes, by Hugh Tellington [pseud, 
of H. R. Neiman] © 1 c. July 6, 
1936; D 43854; Hugh Richard Nei- 
man, Brooklyn. 4751 

Devil's island ; a drama of French 
penitentiary life, in 6 scenes, by L. 
O'Connor, adapted from the French 
of Jacques Ronnoco. © 1 c. July 2, 
1936: D 43611; L. O'Connor, New 
York. 4752 

Diane de Poitiers ; a play in 2 acts, by 
E. C. Flaischlen. © 1 c. July 25, 
1936; D 43946; Edith C. Flaischlen, 
Berlin. 4753 

Diaspora ; a play in 3 acts, by E. 
Pendrell. © 1 c. July 20, 1936: D 
43866 ; Ernest Pendrell, Philadelphia. 

4754 

Dick and Dorothy, the traveling 
twins; episodes 1-23, by Sybil Rep- 
pert Brush. © 1 c. July 6, 1936; 
D 43640; Children's aid society and 
society for the prevention of cruelty 
to children of Erie County. New 
York, Buffalo. 4755 

Discriminating (The) princess. See 
Baker's junior plays. 

Distinguished gathering; a play in 3 
acts, bv James Parish. London, 
New York [etc.] 1936. 99 p. 
plate. 12mo. ([French's acting 
edition, no. 1788] ) © June 16, 1936 ; 
1 c. July 17; D 43S35; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 4756 

Do innocent men die? by Del Sheri- 
dan [pseud, of E. H. Marx] John 
Jennings case (English) © 1 c. 
July 20. 1936 ; D 43894 ; Eddy Hope 
Marx, Los Angeles. 4757 

Joseph Lesurques' case 



Kid. © 1 c. each July 9, 1936; D 
43712. 43713 ; Pacific coast borax co., 
Now York. 4746, 4747 



(French) © 1 c. July 20, 1936; D 
43871 ; Eddy Hope Marx, Los Ange- 
les. 4758 



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no. 7, 1936 



4781 



Negro murder case of Lon- 
don (English) © 1 c. July 20, 1936 : 
D 43873; Eddy Hope Marx, Los 
Angeles. 4759 

Soren Qvist case (Danish) 

© 1 c. July 20, 1936; D 43872; Eddy 
Hope Marx, Los Angeles. 4700 

Thomas Wood case (English, 



1806) © 1 c. .July 20, 1030: I) 
43869; Eddy Hope Marx, Los Ange- 
les, 47G1 



Westphalian hoor case (Ger- 
man) © 1 c. July 20, 1936; D 
43870; Eddy Hope Marx, Los Ange- 
les. 4702 

Doakes and Doakes in the Fair 
Dinkum booking office; episodes 2- 
4, a series of radio sketches, by 
Hardy Gibson [pseud, of J. Mc- 
Donald] © 1 c. June 23, 1936; D 
43893; James McDonald, Hollywood, 
Calif. 4703 

Dollars make the Nichols ; or Dollars 
save the Nichols, or, Nichols and 
dollars, a play in 3 acts, by Ben 
Lawrence [pseud, of B. L. Soko- 
love] © 1 c. July 24. 1936; D 
43!!37 ; Benjamin L. Sokolove, Phila- 
delphia. 4764 

Dollars save the Nichols. See Dollars 
make the Nichols. 

Don't do it. Dodo; a political farce- 
comedy in 3 acts, by Asa Laban 
[pseud, of H. Farrar] © 1 c. July 
3, 1936; D 43620; Herbert Farrar, 
New York. 4765 

Dorothee (Die) ; operette in 3 akten, 
von Hermann Hermecke, niusik von 
Arno Betterling. Text. © 1 c. June 
22, 1936 ; D 43634 ; Deutcher blihnen- 
vertrieb des zentralverlages der 
N. S. D. A. P. Franz Eher nachf, 
Berlin. 4766 

Dream street ; a comedy drama in 3 
acts, by O. Shaffer. © 1 c. July 30, 
1936; D 43993; Otto Shafter, New 
York. 4767 

Dude ranch; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Clancy Cooper [pseud, of S. Cooper] 
and Murray Cooper [pseud, of E. 
C.oper] © 1 c. June 6, 1936; D 
43019: Stanton Cooper and Eliza- 
beth Cooper. Cleveland Heights, O. 

476S 

Dust to Moscow ; original scenes, by 
C. Delevanti. © 1 c. July 17, 1936: 
D 43828; Cyril Delevanti, Houston. 

4769 

Echoes of New York town : by Mc- 
Cann-Erickson, inc. episode 38. 



Bryant park. © 1 c. July 9, 1930; 
I) 4370$; McCann-Erickson, inc.. 
New York. 477* \ 

episode 39. Parade of the 



years. © 1 c. July 0, 1930 : D 43709 
McCann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

4771 

Eighteen; by Harris W. Benson 

[pseud, of W. II. Benson] © 1 c. 

June 27, 1936; D 43858; William 

Harris Benson, Pasadena. 4772 

Emperor (The) of Make-believe: a 
comedy in 3 acts, by M. Pemberton 
and M Morley. © 1 c. May 20, 
1936; D 42714; Madge Pemberton 
and Malcolm Morley, London. 4773 

Enter to learn ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Cliff Goldsmith. © 1 c. July 7, 
1936; D 43677; Clifford Goldsmith, 
Paoli, Pa. 4774 

Espionage ; a play in 3 acts, by W. 
Hackett. © 1 c. June 5, 1936; D 
43S55 ; Walter Hackett, London. 

4775 

Even as today ; a play in 3 acts, by 
John J. Lamar. © 1 c. July 6, 
1936; D 43890; John James Lamar, 
New York. 4776 

Excalibur ; a pageant in 2 acts, of 
King Arthur and his Round table, 
by L. Grant. © 1 c. June 6. 1930; 
D 43589: Lawrence Grant, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 4777 

Exit Mr. X. See They journey by 
night. 

Exit vito; a play in 1 act, by Whit- 
ford Carter. © 1 c. July 22, 1936; 
D 43911; Whitford Van Dyke Car- 
ter, New York. 4778 

Explaining Mrs. Entwistle ; a comedy 
sketch in 4 scenes, by R. H. Warrin. 
© 1 c. July 28, 1936 ; D 43965 ; Rich- 
ard Halstead Warrin, Bronxville, 
N. Y. 4779 

Faites ga pour moi ! operette en 3 
actes, de Raoul Praxy, couplets de 
Max Eddy, musique de Gaston Gaba- 
roche et Fred Pearly. Paris, 1936. 
1 p. 1. 146 p. diagr. 4to. Livret. 
© Apr. 1, 1936; 1 c. June 10; D 
43597 ; Editions Salabert, Paris. 

4780 

Fall (The) of the House of Usher; by 
Edgar Allan Poe, dramatized for 
radio presentation by V. C. Himes 
and E. Bahn. © 1 c. July 16. 1936: 
D 43788 ; Vera C. Himes and Eugene 
Bahn, Hamilton, N. Y. 4781 



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4782 



pt. i, v. 9 



Falling angel ; a play in 3 acts, by G. 
Gould and B. Burnham. © 1 c. May 
27, 1936 ; D 42831 ; Barbara Burnham 
and Gerald Gould, London. 4782 

Feet on the ground; a play in 3 acts, 
by H. A. Archibald. © 1 c. July 17, 
1936; D 43830; Harry Alexander 
Archibald, Westlawn, Pa. 4783 

First flight; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
John M. Trout, jr. © 1 c. July 21, 
1936; D 43889; John Moore Trout, 
jr., Dorchester, Mass. 4784 

Fish ; a play in 3 acts, by M. Levy. © 
1 c. July 15, 1936 ; D 43781 ; Melvin 
Levy, Upper Black Eddy, Pa. 4785 

Five to seven; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
S. Polyatchek and M. Dudley. © 
1 c. July 15, 1936 ; D 43780 ; Samuel 
Polyatchek and Marjorie Dudley, 
West Los Angeles. 4786 

Follow your saint ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Leslie Storm [pseud, of Mabel Mar- 
garet Cowie Clark] © 1 c. July 9, 
1936; D 43767; Mabel Clark, Isle- 
worth, England. 4787 

Fore-hitchin' ; a play with incidental 
music, in 3 acts, by Thurlow Weed 
Hoffmann and Charles Zig-Shye. 
Text. © 1 c. June 17, 1936; D 
43565; Thurlow W. Hoffmann, Clif- 
ton, N. J., and Charles Zig-Shye, 
New York. 4788 

Fortunes (The) of Remi; adapted for 
the screen, by Perley Poore Sheehan, 
from the original French story, Sans 
famille, by Hector Mallot. © 1 c. 
July 3. 1936; D 43613; Mary Perks 
Bagg, Los Angeles. 4789 

Fountain (The) ; a patriotic pageant 
in 10 episodes, by M. G. Thompson. 
© 1 c. July 3, 1936 ; D 43617 ; Mary 
Gray Thompson, Oklahoma City. 

4790 

Francoise. See Theatre. 

Fred Stone. See March (The) to fame. 

From the witness stand; one of a 
series, a serial for radio, by B. L. 
Williams. © 1 c. June 22, 1936; 
D 43977; Bennett L. Williams, San 
Francisco. 4791 

Fugitives; a play in prologue and 3 
acts, by W. Hackett. © 1 c. June 
19, 1936; D 43856; Walter Hackett, 
London. 4792 

Function for youth ; a modern tragedy 
in 3 acts, with prologue and epilogue, 
by A. L. Barton and J. Perlman. © 
1 c. May 13, 1936 ; D 43799 ; Alice L. 



Barton and Julius Pearlman, Brook- 
lyn. 4793 

Gaby Deslys ; a tune film from her life, 
by Baroness de Valsuzenay. © 1 c. 
Apr. 23, 1936; D 43479; Baroness 
Lydia de Valsuzenay, Brussels, Bel- 
gium. 4794 

Gala night; by S. Sheldon. © 1 c. 
July 30, 1936; D 43992; Sidney 
Sheldon, Brooklyn. 4795 

Gang busters; a radio broadcast pro- 
gram, by Benton & Bowles, inc. 
July 1, 1936. © 1 c. July 7, 1936 ; D 
43649 ; Benton & Bowles, inc., New 
York. 4796 

July 8, 1936. © 1 c. July 11, 



1936; D 43742; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 4797 

July 15, 1936. © 1 c. July 

18, 1936 ; D 43849 ; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 4798 

July 22, 1936. © 1 c. July 

25, 1936 ; D 43945 ; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 4799 

General (Der) ; schauspiel in 6 bildern, 
von Arthur Berkun. © 1 c. June 22, 
1936; D 43628; Drei masken verlag, 
a. g., Berlin. 4800 

Gentle (The) heart; a drama in 3 acts, 
by Donn Sylvester. © 1 c. July 18, 
1936; D 43852; Donn A. Sylvester, 
New York. 4801 

Gentleman (A) of France; an histori- 
cal romantic play of the province of 
Louisiana and New Spain in the 
seventeenth century, in a prologue 
and 3 acts, by M. Barker. © 1 c. 
July 27, 1936; D 43958; Mildred 
Barker, Los Angeles. 4802 

Gepuire ; a play in 1 act, by Cornelius 
A. Wood. © 1 c. July 22, 1936 ; D 
43897; Cornelius Ayer Wood, And- 
over, Mass. 4803 



Get your man ! 
days. 

Ghostly (A) picnic, 
plays. 



See Death Valley 
See Baker's junior 



Girl reporter makes good. See While 
the city sleeps. 

Git along little dogie ; a play in 3 acts, 
by R. Sloane and L. Pelletier, jr. © 
1 c. June 27, 1936 ; D 43806 ; Robert 
Sloane and Louis Pelletier, jr., New 
York. 4804 

Give me death. See After one. 



Glorious (A) 4th. 
sleeps. 



See While the city 



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no. 7 y 1936 



4831 



Glory calls Alxia ; a drama in 3 acts, 
by Michael Sherlingh. Rev. version. 
© 1 c. July 3, 1936; D 43616; Mi- 
chael Paul Sherlingh, Los Angeles. 
[Copyright is claimed on revision] 

4805 

Good (The) die young; a comedy in 5 
scenes, by John Hamilton. © lc. 
July 11, 1936; D 43744; John Meri- 
deth Hamilton, Los Angeles. 4806 

Good provider. See Death Valley days. 

Greeks (The) have no word for it; a 
comedy in 3 acts, by L. Rimmer. © 
1 c. June 15, 1936; D 43612; Lotti 
Rimmer, Toronto. 4807 

Green (The) cup; a comedy drama in 
3 acts, by E. Wells and M. Kallesser. 
© 1 c. June 25, 1936; D 43683; 
Michael Kallesser, New York, and 
Elizabeth Wells, West Orange, N. J. 

4808 

Green (The) Hornet ; by Francis 
Striker, nos. A^2, A-43. © 1 c. 
each July 2, 1936; D 43605, 43606; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., 
Detroit. 4809, 4810 

nos. A-44, A-45. © 1 c. each 

July 10, 1936 ; D 43732, 43733 ; King- 
Trendle broadcasting corp., Detroit. 
4811, 4812 

nos. A-46, A-47. © 1 c. each 



July 17, 1936 ; D 43825, 43826 ; King- 
Trendle broadcasting corp., Detroit. 
4813, 4814 

nos. A-48, A-49. © 1 c. each 



July 23, 1936 ; D 43930, 43931 ; King- 
Trendle broadcasting corp., Detroit. 
4815, 4816 

Grossadmiral (Der) ; komische oper in 
3 akten (nach Alexander Duval) von 
A. Treumann-Mette, musik von Al- 
bert Lortzing. Text. © 1 c. June 22, 
1936 ; D 43631 ; Buhnenverlag Ahn & 
Simrock, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 4817 

Half a league onward ! a play in 1 act, 
by R. F. Lee. © 1 c. July 21, 1936 ; 
D 43883; Raymond Francis Lee, 
Hollywood, Calif. 4818 

Handicap hour ; a play in 1 act, by N. 
LeVene. © 1 c. July 10, 1936; D 
43724 ; Nate LeVene, San Francisco. 

4819 

Handsome (The) beau; a comedy in 
3 acts, by Z. Cahan. © 1 c. July 8, 
1936; D 43694: Zvi Cahan. New 
York. 4820 



Hans und Hanna ; musikalische ko- 
modie in 3 akten, von Herbert Grube, 
gesangstexte von Herbert Grube und 
Johannes Miiller, musik von Jo- 
hannes Miiller. Text. © 1 c. June 
22„ 1936; D 43635; Deutscher biih- 
nenvertrieb des zentralverlages der 
N. S. D. A. P. Franz Eher nachf, 
Berlin. 4821 

Happy birthday to you ; a 3-act farce- 
comedy, by T. Bussiere. © 1 c. July 
17, 1936; D 43827; Tad Bussiere, 

New York. 4822 

Hard-luck Homer; episode 1, by 
Arthur S. Kane. © 1 c. July 14, 
1936 ; D 43761 ; Amer. radio features, 
Los Angeles. 4823 

Heart's desire; a play in 3 acts, by 
F. A. Larson and Rex G. Fuller. © 
1 c. July 8, 1936 ; D 43690 ; Frank A. 
Larson, Carlock, 111. 4824 

Helen's babies; a dramatic composi- 
tion, adapted by E. C. Drost, from 
the story of the same name, by John 
Habberton. © 1 c. July 9, 1936 ; D 
43707; Emmy-Caroline Drost, Mil- 
waukee. 4825 

Help wanted. See Baker's junior 
plays. 

Helpful (The) spelling sprites; a play 
for fourth grade children, written 
by V. S. Kann. Contains incidental 
music. © 1 c. July 3, 1936 ; D 43619 ; 
Vera S. Kann, Chicago. 4826 

Hey diddle diddle; a comedy of man- 
ners in 2 acts, by B. Cormack. © 
1 c. July 24, 1936; D 43939; Bart- 
lett Cormack, Beverly Hills, Calif. 

4827 

Hidden heartaches ; a play in 2 acts, by 
V. Consolo. © 1 c. July 16, 1936; D 
43792; Vincent Consolo, Chicago. 

4828 

Hintige kinder (Children of to-day) ; 
a play in 3 acts, by E. Marcus. 
Yiddish text. © 1 c. June 19, 
1936; D 43311; Edward Marcus, 
Brooklyn. 4829 

His excellency; a play in 3 acts, by 
Clay Potter. © 1 c. July 22, 1936; 
D 43924; Jack Sharp, Atlanta. 

4830 

Hitch hike to El Dorado ; a radio 
drama in 3 parts, by David Kirk- 
land [pseud, of D. H. Swim] © 
1 c. July 1, 1936; D 43578; David 
Henry Swim, New York. 4831 



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4832 



pt. i, v. 9- 



Hitler, le tyran du reich ; piece his- 
torique, par P. Caillet et Alin de 
Beri [pseud, of C. de Berr] © 1 c. 
June 27, 1936; D 43861; Paul Cail- 
let, Vincennes, France, and Caroline 
de Berr, Paris. 4832 

Hollisters (The) ; episodes 41-50, by 
L. D. Hollister. © 1 c. each July 
22, 1936 ; D 43910 ; Len D. Hollister, 
New York. 4833 

Hollywood bound; a musical comedy 
in 3 acts, book by Edward Bradley, 
lyrics and music by Don Wilson. 
Full vocal score and libretto. New 
York, Boston [etc.] [1936] 128 p. 
4to. © July 20, 1936 ; 2 c. July 29 ; 
D 39115; Carl Fischer, inc., New 
York. 4834 

Home of the brave; a play in 3 acts, 
by A. Lemmon and Mary Paxton 
[i. e. M. P. Keeley] © 1 c. July 2, 
1936; D 43922; Allean Lemmon and 
Mary Paxton Keeley, Columbia, Mo. 

4835 

Home sweet home; chapters 293-310, 
by Archie Coates. © 1 c. each July 
3, 1936 ; D 43622 ; Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 4836. 

Homesites, incorporated ; a musical 
comedy in 2 acts, by E. G. Robins. 
© 1 c. July 21, 1936 ; D 39113 ; Edna 
Grace Robins, Brooklyn. 4837 

Houdini escape mystery- See Un- 
solved mysteries. 

Hour of need ; a play in 3 acts, by 
A. V. Leslie. © 1 c. July 8, 1936; 
D 43696; Arthur V. Leslie, Cicero, 
111. 4838 

How to kiss your sweetheart properly. 
See University parade. 

How to speak to a French broker ; by 
S. Gurvitz. © 1 c. July 14, 1936; 
D 43760; Simon Gurvitz, Detroit. 



Hypnotist (The) See Unsolved mys- 
teries. 

I, si pronunzia, ai. See Sorrisi e 
sospiri. 

If only . . . ; a 3-act drama, by G. 
Burner and Marian P. Schwab. © 
1 c. July 3, 1936; D 43614; Grace 
Burner, Freeport, N. Y. 4840 

Ulusionen; komodie in 3 akten, von E. 
H. Altendorf. © 1 c. July 16. 1936 ; 
D 43793; Erich H. Altendorf, Vi- 
enna. 4841 

Incident before Granada ; a play in 1 Jeanette MacDonald. 
act, by Shane Michael Dudley. 1936. fame. 

228 



27 p. 24mo. © July 3, 1936; 2 c. 
July 6; D 43717; National circle, 
Daughters of Isabella, New Haven. 

4842. 

Incident in the East ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Michael Robinson [pseud, of D. 
Robinson] © 1 c. July 7, 1936;. 
D 43670; Donald Robinson, Glen 
Ridge, N. J. 4843 

Indian (An) cameo; an original story 
in 3 acts and pageant, by N. Strong- 
heart. Rev. version. © 1 c. June 
18, 1936; D 43896; Nipo Strong- 
heart, Hollywood, Calif. [Copy- 
right is claimed on new matter 
throughout text and new dialect 
versions of acts 2 and 3] 4844 

Inheritance ; an episodic pageant por- 
traying the history of the Negro 
race, in 2 episodes with prologue and 
epilogue, by Raymond Harrington 
Cossey [pseud, of Raymond Hugh 
Cossey] © 1 c. June 30; 1936; D 
43577; Raymond Hugh Cossey, 
Birmingham, Ala. 4845 

It can be done ; no. 2. San Francisco 
bay bridge, by S. M. McFedries, jr. 
© 1 c. July 6, 1936 ; D 43994 ; Sher- 
man Miller McFedries, jr., Pasa- 
dena. 4846: 

It's a hit; a comedy drama, by C. W. 
Secrest. © 1 c. July 29, 1936; D» 
43988; Cecil Wayne Secrest, Nor- 
walk, Conn. 4847 

It's done with mirrors ! a comedy in 
3 acts, by B. Trivers. © 1 c. July 
9, 1936; D 43701; Barry Trivers, 
Los Angeles. 4848. 

Jack the ripper. See Unsolved mys- 
teries. 

Jalousie (La) See Theatre. 

Jane Eyre ; a romantic play in 3 acts,. 
by Wall Spence, based on the im- 
mortal novel by Charlotte Bronte. 
Minneapolis, Minn., 1936. 101, [3] 
p. plates, diagr. 12mo. © July 2, 
1936 ; 2 c. July 6 ; D 43648 ; North- 
western press, Minneapolis. 4849 

Jasper ; a play in 3 acts, by J. EL 
Jackson. © 1 c. July 17, 1936; D 
43816; Joseph Hayes Jackson, New 
York. 4S50 

Jean, Ellen and Wisteria ; script no. 
2, by A. Wetstein and S. Diamond. 
© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1936; D 436S2 ; 
Stephanie Diamond and Aleen 
Wetstein, Pittsburgh. 4851 



Sec March to 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 7, 1936 



4879 



John Jennings case (English) See 
Do innocent men die? 

John, the postman; a 1-act play, by 
Frank T. Davis [pseud, of F. T. 
Davidson] © 1 c. July 3, 1936; 
I) 43618; Frank T. Davidson. 
Springfield, 111. 4852 

Joseph Losurques' case (French) See 
Do innocent men die? 

Julius Caesar (Shakespeare's) ; In- 
terlinear edition prepared by George 
Coffin Taylor and Reed Smith. Bos- 
ton. New York [etc.] Ginn and com- 
pany [1936] xli, 155 p. front., 
illus. lGmo. © Apr. 29, 1936; 2 c. 
June 11; aff. June 13; A 1)4919; 
George Coffin Taylor, Chapel Hill, 
X. C, and Reed Smith. Columbia, 
S. C. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
troduction, interlinear glosses, in- 
terpretive footnotes, questions, and 
glossary] 4852* 

Jungle (The) game; a play in 3 acts, 
by Joseph W. Miller. © 1 c. July 
17. 1936; D 43S95 ; Joseph William 
Miller. Rochester, N. Y. 4853 

Jungle, jungle! a tragedy in 3 acts, by 
D. N. Rubin. © 1 c. July 13, 1936 ; 
D. 43753; Daniel N. Rubin, San 
Francisco. 4854 

Kampf (Der) mit dem tatzelwurm ; 
lnstspiel in 3 akten, von Leo Lenz 
und Ralph Arthur Roberts. © 1 c. 
June 22, 1936 : D 43633 ; Drei masken 
veriag. a. g., Berlin. 4855 

Kapple and Mapple, artists radio rep- 
resentatives, inc., episodes 1-3, by 
M. A. Bernstein. © 1 c. July 27, 
1936; D 43952; Maurice A. Bern- 
stein, Chicago. 4856 

Keep away from water ; a melodrama 
in 3 acts, by E. Riley and Edward 
P. Riley, based on a novel of the 
same name, by Alice Campbell. © 
1 c. July 17, 1936; D 43833; Edna 
Riley and Edward Patrick Riley, 
Brooklyn. 4S57 

Kidd's Moorish gold ; a play in 3 acts, 
by D. T. Praigg. © 1 c. July 15. 
1936; D 43795; David T. Praigg, 
Indianapolis. 4858 

Kitty Keene, inc. ; continuities nos. 
1-26, by Wallace. K. Norman and 
Day Keene. © 1 c. each July 3, 
1936; D 43623; Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 4S59 

Knighthood's flower; by C. C. Cooper, 
assisted by Mrs. Louis Long and 



Helene Seeley. © 1 c. July 10, 1936 ; 
D 43738; Colin Campbell Cooper, 
Santa Barbara, Calif. 4860 

Krazi-inventions ; no. 4, by J. Lowell. 
© 1 c. July 16, 1936; D 43785; 
Juliet Lowell, Searsdale, N. Y. 4861 

Kupido und gelichter; lustspiel in 

einem vorspiel und 3 akten, von 
Heinz Lorenz. Berlin, 1935. 2 p. 1., 
112 p. 12mo. © May 15, 1935; 1 c. 
Sept. 3; D 43954; Arcadia veriag, 
g. m. b. h., Berlin. 4s<;2 

Kvocna; 5 obrazii ze zivota rodinneho 
[die | Edmond Konrad. [Prague] 
Aventinum, 1932. 131 [1] p. 12mo. 
© Jan. 13. 1932 ; 1 c. May 22, 1936 ; 
D 43840 ; Universuni literarni agen- 
tura Bohumila Perllka, Prague XII, 
Czechoslovakia. 4863 

Landon and live ; a 1-act sketch, by A. 
Rowe. © 1 c. July 3, 1936 ; D 43615 ; 
Anne Rowe, New York. 4864 

Leonardo da Vinci ; a play in 3 acts, 
by R. A. Smith. © 1 c. July 10, 
1930: D. 43735; Robert Aura Smith, 
Cincinnati. 4865 

Leper's (The) revolt; by M. Kennedy. 
© 1 c. July 15, 1936 ; D 43770 ; Mary 
Kennedy, Ellsworth, Me. 4866 

Let's laugh at murder; a burlesque 
mystery comedy in 12 scenes, by 
L. E, Powell. © 1 c. July 30, 1936 ; 
D 43991; Leroy Emerson Powell, 
Baltimore. 4867 

Let them be made known ! by H. A. 
Anderson. © 1 c. July 24, 1936; D 
43935 ; Hilda A. Anderson, St. Paul. 

4868 

Let us divorce ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Joseph A. Demier [pseud, of J. A. 
Diemer] © 1 c. June 29, 1936; D 
43920 ; Joseph A. Diemer, New York. 

4869 

Lied im mai; komodie in 3 akten, von 
K. Schonherr. © 1 c. July 16, 1936 ; 
D 43791 ; Karl Schonherr, Vienna. 

4870 

Life (The) of Mary Sothern ; by 
Don Becker; scripts nos. 434—439. 
scripts nos. 434-436. © 1 c. each 
June 25, 1936 ; scripts nos. 437-439. 
© 1 c. each June 29; D 43571- 
43576 ; Crosley radio corp., Cincin- 
nati. 4871-4876 

scripts nos. 440-442. © 1 c. 

each July 3, 1936; D 43687-43689; 
Crosley radio Corp., Cincinnati. 

4877-4879 



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pt. i, v. 9 



Life (The) of Mary Sothern ; scripts 
nos. 443-450, scripts nos. 443-445. 
© 1 c. each July 8, 1936 ; scripts nos. 
446-450. © 1 c. each July 16; D 
43808-43815; Crosley radio Corp., 
Cincinnati. 4880-4887 

scripts nos. 451-454. © 1 c. 

each July 18, 1936; D 43885-43888; 
Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

4888-4891 

■ scripts nos. 455-457. © 1 

c. each July 23, 1936; D 43969- 
43971 ; Crosley radio corp., Cincin- 
nati. 4892-4894 

Life on schedule ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
A. P. Myers and D. E. Hanlon. © 1 
c. July 17, 1936 ; D 43834 ; Daniel E. 
Hanlon and Allen P. Myers, New 
York. 4895 

Light (The) on the bank. See While 
the city sleeps. 

Little mouse ; episodes nos. 1, 2. by 
Virginia Fair. © 1 c. each July 14, 
1936; D 43762, 43763; Amer. radio 
features, Los Angeles. 4896, 4897 

Lone (The) Ranger; by Francis 
Striker, nos. A-137-A-139. © 1 c. 
each July 2, 1936; D 43602-43604; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

4898-4900 

nos. A-140-A-142. © 1 c. 

each July 10, 1936; D 43729-43731; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

4901-4903 

nos. A-143, A-144. © 1 c. 

each July 17, 1936 ; D 43821, 43822 ; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

4904, 4905 

nos. A-145-A-147. © 1 c. 

each July 23, 1936; D 43927-43929; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

4906-4908 

Louis of Valois — merchant, king. See 
Quentin Durward. 

Love at forty ; a play in 4 acts, by R. 
Hampton and A. Rehn. © 1 c. May 
26, 1936; D 43805; Anna Rehn and 
Ruth Hampton, New York. 4909 

Luce. See Sorrisi e sospiri. 
Mad (The) monk. See Unsolved mys- 
teries. 

Maelstrom ; a play in 3 acts, by C. R. 
Betti [pseud, of B. C. Rosenhouse] 
© 1 c. July 15, 1936 ; D 43784 ; Be- 
atrice C. Rosenhouse, Hollywood, 
Calif. 4910 

Magic (The) voice; episodes nos. 53- 
72, [episodes nos. 53-66, 68-72] by 



Augustus Barratt [episode no. 67] 
by Archie Coates. © 1 c. each July 
3, 1936 ; D 43624 ; Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 4911 

Magnificent (The) heel; a comedy in 
3 acts, by S. Raphaelson. Irish ver- 
sion. © 1 c. July 27, 1936 ; D 43956 ; 
Samson Raphaelson, West Los An- 
geles. 4912 

Mammy's spiritual quilt; a play in 8 
scenes, by K. T. Jones. © 1 c. July 
2, 1936; D 43859; Katherine Tift 
Jones, New Hope, Pa. 4913 

Man with portfolio ; a play in 3 acts, 
by A. Faiko, translated and adapted 
by A. Winogradoff and R. Harris. 
© 1 c. July 27, 1936 ; D 43950 ; Ana- 
tole Winogradoff, New York, and 
Robert Harris, Brooklyn. 4914 

March (The) to fame; a series of dra- 
matic sketches for radio broadcast, 
by H. Ferguson, no. 1. Fred Stone. 
© 1 c. July 9, 1936 ; D 43698 ; Helen 
Ferguson, Hollywood, Calif. 4915 

no. 2. Jeanette MacDonald. 



© 1 c. July 20, 1936 ; D 43864 ; Helen 
Ferguson, Hollywood, Calif. 4916 

Market day in Amsterdam. S'ee 
Baker's junior plays. 

Masculine protest ; or, Psychologist in 
the family, a drama in 3 acts, by L. 
B. Roberts. Enlarged version. © 1 
c. July 13, 1936 ; D 43755 ; Lily Belle 
Roberts, Winter Haven, Fla. 4917 

Mathematical (A) solution. See 
Baker's junior plays. 

Matrimony incorporated ; a play in 3 
acts, by I. L. Coloclner. © 1 c. June 
30, 1936 ; D 43848 ; Israel Lee Colod- 
ner, Brooklyn. 4918 

Measure for measure; a screen play, 
by M. Reichmann and Stanley Logan, 
prepared from the comedy of the 
same name, by William Shakespeare. 
© 1 c. June 20, 1936 ; D 43368 ; Max 
Reichmann, New York. 4919 

Meisterdetektiv (Der) ; sen wank in 3 
akten, von Adolf Walther. © 1 c. 
June 22, 1936 ; D 43630 ; Drei masken 
verlag, a. g., Berlin. 4920 

Melody march incorporated ; episodes 
1-3, a radio script with original mu- 
sic, script, and dialogue by E. Nich- 
ols, music by Virginia Nichols. Text. 
© 1 c each June 5, 1936; D 43570; 
Elizabeth Nichols, Larchmont, N. Y. 

4921 



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no. 7, 1936 



Memorial (A) to love; a play in 5 
acts, bv E. M. H. Bates. © 1 c. July 
17, 1936; D 43S20 ; Edith May Hill- 
iard Bates, Miami, Fla. 4922 

Men and brethren ; a comedy drama in 
3 acts, by Lawton Campbell [i. e. 
C. L. Campbell] based on the novel 
of the same name, by James Gould 
Cozzens. © 1 c. July 8, 1936; D 
43697; Charles Lawton Campbell, 
New York 4923 

Ministering women; a play in 3 acts, 
by H. P. Buff urn. © 1 c. July 22, 
1936 ; D 43904 ; Hazel Price Buffum, 
Cedar Falls, la. 4924 

Minuet (The) man; a comic opera in 
2 acts, by J. Beard wood. Text. © 
1 c. June 29, 1936; D 43857; James 
Beard wood. New York. 4925 

Mirth ; a comedy drama in 5 acts, by 
P. H. Crocker. © 1 c. June 24, 1936 ; 
D 43721 ; Philip Henry Crocker, Chi- 
cago. 4926 

Modern (A) miracle; a drama in 3 
acts, by L. S. Bardoly. © 1 c. July 
22, 1936 ; D 43906 ; Louis S. Bardoly, 
Cleveland. 4927 

Monticello (The) party line; programs 
198-240, by A. M. Mickelsen. © 1 c. 
each July 27, 1936; D 43962, 43963; 
Anna Marie Mickelsen, Milwaukee. 

4928, 4929 1 

Morte (La) di Frine ; leggenda tragica 
in 1 atto, di E. Marco Senea [pseud, 
of Cesare Meano] [musica di] Lodo- 
vico Rocca ; riduzione dell'autore per 
canto e pianoforte. Milano, New 
York [etc.] 1936. 2 p. 1., 121 p. fol. 
© June 9, 1936; 1 c. June 9; D 
39114 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 4930 

Music in the air ; a musical adventure 
in 2 acts, book and lyrics by Oscar 
Hammerstein, 2nd, music by Jerome 
Kern. London, Productions service, 
British, ltd., 1936. 106 p. 8vo. Text. 
© May 29, 1936: 1 c. June 18; 1 c. 
July 8; D 43719: Jerome Kern, 
Bronxville, N. Y. 4931 

Mystery (The) of Peter the painter. 
See Unsolved mysteries. 

Mystery (The) of Sargeant-major [sic] 
Thomas.. See Unsolved mysteries. 

Naturals; a comedy in 3 acts, by C. 
Corliss Crain [pseud, of J. Jex] © 
1 c. May 28, 1936 ; D 43860 ; John Jex. 
New York. 4932 

Negro murder case of London (Eng- 
lish) See Do innocent men die? 



Neptunalia, a souvenir of the Neptune 
party of the United States ship Min- 
neapolis held 25 May 1936 ; edited by 
Captain James Snedeker, J. R. 
Foster, drawings by M. Mikcynski 
and A. Haller. Long Beach, Calif., 
Rex Green printing company, 1936. 
70, [2] p. front (port.) illus. 4to. 
© June 27, 1936; 2 c. and aff. July 
3; A 96290; James Snedeker, San 
Pedro, Calif. 4933 

Never belonged ; a comedy drama in 3 
acts, by G. Cashman. © 1 c. July 
15, 1936; D 43779; Gertrude Cash- 
man, New York. 4934 

New (The) preacher's kid; by A. M. 
Grove. © 1 c. July 27, 1936; D 
43954; Alice McCaffree Grove, At- 
lanta. 4935 

Nichols and dollars. See Dollars make 
the Nichols. 

Night of terror; a mystery play in 3 
acts, by Richard Hill Wilkinson. 
Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. 
[1936] 115 p. diagr. 12nio. ( [Baker's 
royalty plays] ) © July 9, 1936 ; 2 c. 
July 14 ; D 43756 ; Walter H. Baker 
co.,. Boston. 4936 

Night wind; a mystery play in 3 acts, 
by John Leister and William Red- 
ford. © 1 c. July 24, 1936 ; D 43938 ; 
John Peter Leister, El Paso. 4937 

Nine classic French plays, Corneille, 
Moliere, Racine ; edited by Joseph 
Seronde and Henri Peyre. Boston, 
London [etc.] D. C. Heath and com- 
pany [1936] vi, 748 p. 12mo. 
(Heath's modern language series) 
Dramatic contents. — Corneille. — Le 
Cid. — Horace. — Polyeucte. — Moliere: 
Les precieuses ridicules. — Le mis- 
anthrope. — Le Tartuffe. — Racine : 
Andromaque. — Phedre. — Esther. © 
June 4, 1936 ; 2 c. June 13 ; aff. June 
23 ; A 95790' ; Joseph Seronde, New 
Haven, and Henri Peyre, Cairo, 
Egypt. [Copyright is claimed on 
compilation and new matter] 4937* 

No love like ours ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Jane Keith [pseud, of M. L. Ker] 
© 1 c. July 27, 1930; D 43959; Mary 
Lilian Ker, New York. [Copyright 
is claimed on new dialogue and 
scenes] 4938 

No women wanted ; a play in 3 acts, by 
William F. Davidson. © 1 c. July 
11, 1936; D 43739; Mary Hall Ames, 
St. Paul. 4939 



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4940 



pt. i, v. 9 



Noix cle coco; piece en 3 actes [par] 
Marcel Achard. [Paris] 1936. 34, 
[2] p. illus. 4to. (La Petite illus- 
tration, no. 773) © May 16, 1936; 
1 c. July 6 ; D 43845 ; Marcel Achard, 
Paris. 4940 

Novita di parigi. See Sorrisi e sospiri. 

Oblong (The) box ; by Edgar Allan Poe, 
dramatized for radio presentation by 
E. Bahn. © 1 c. July 16, 1936; D 
43787 ; Eugene Bahn, Hamilton, N. Y. 

4941 

Oh, doctor ! a comedy-farce in 3 acts, 
by R. Bermingham. © 1 c. July 18, 
1936; D 43913; Rutledge Berming- 
ham, New York. 4942 

Omino (L') della stazione. See Sorrisi 
e sospiri. 

On the house ; a play in 3 acts, by E. 
V. Mount. © 1 c. Julv 7, 1936; D 
43668; E. Virginia Mount, Hemp- 
stead, L. I., N. Y. 4943 

One big happy family ; an American do- 
mestic comedy-drama in 3 acts, by 
J. Fried. © 1 c. June 30, 1936; D 
43582 ; Jacob Fried, New York. 4944 

O'Neills (The) ; episodes 176-191. by 
Jane West. © 1 c. each July 3, 1936 ; 
D 43625 ; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 4945 

Orchid flamingo ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Arthur McKinnie. © 1 c. July 6, 
1936; D 43802; Arthur Allison Mc- 
Kinnie, Springfield, 111. 4946 

Orchids for Granny ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by R. E. Mitchell. © 1 c. July 
9, 1936; D 43715; Ronald Elwy Mit- 
chell, Crowborough, Sussex, England. 

4947 

Our gang in politics ; bv A. M. Grove. 
© 1 c. July 27, 1936 ; D 43953 ; Alice 
McCaffree Grove, Atlanta. 4948 

Over my dead body ; a play in 3 acts, 
by F. Oursler and Otis Chatfield- 
Taylor. Version no. 5. © 1 c. July 
8, 1936; D 43714; Fulton Oursler, 
West Falmouth, Mass. 4949 

Oxvdol's own Ma Perkins ; continuities 
nos. 748-761, by Lee Gebhart. © 1 c. 
each July 3, 1936 ; D 43626 ; Procter 
& Gamble co., Cincinnati. 4950 

Pageant (A) of Pilgrims; by Esther 
Willard Bates. Boston, Mass., Los 
Angeles, Cal. ri936] 69 p. 12 mo. 
( [Baker's royalty plays] ) New ma- 
terial added. © July 9. 1936; 2 c. 
July 14; D 43758; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on new material] 4951 



Painted rock ; pt. 1, episodes 1-13, a 
radio comedy-drama in 26 episodes, 
by B. Albee. © 1 c. each July 6, 
1936; D 43645; Bess Albee, Palos 
Verdes Estates, Calif. 4952 

Panama knights; a musical comedy in 

2 acts, text by Thomas Ormsby Bal- 
linger, music by Howard Eastwood. 
© 1 c. June 12, 1936 ; D 39109 ; How- 
ard Francis Eastwood, Alameda, 
Calif. 4953 

Parade of the years. See Echoes of 

- New York town. 

Parmal ibolya ; zenes parade 3 fel- 
vonasban, irta Szilagyi Laszlo [i. e. 
Laszlo Szilagyi] zenejet szerezte 
Dolecsko Bela [i. e. Bela Dolecsko] 
rendezte Loranth Vilmos [i. e. Vilmos 
Loranth] 2 v. © 1 c. June 30, 1936 ; 
D 39111 ; Alexander Marton, Buda- 
pest, Hungary. 4954 

Pasteur. See Theatre. 

Pastime romantique ; a romantic com- 
edy in 3 acts, by L. E. Christenson. 
© 1 c. July 21, 1936 ; D 43877 ; Law- 
gil E. Christenson, Roseburg, Or. 

4955 

Paul I ; a play in 5 acts, by D. Merej- 
kowski, English adaptation by J. 
Salzman. © 1 c. July 13, 1936; D 
43752; Joseph Salzman, Far Rocka- 
way, L. I., N. Y. 4956 

Pay day comes on Sunday ; a play in 

3 acts, bv H. H. CI egg. © 1 c. June 
17, 1936; D 43681; Harold Henrv 
Clegg, Lafayette, Ind. 4957 

Pearl, Vi and Jessie; episode no. 20, 
storv of back-stage radio life, by 
Jane West. © 1 c. July 22, 1936 ; D 
43898; Wolf associates, inc., New 
York. 4958 

Picture (The) of Dorian Gray; a play 
in 3 acts, by Jeron Criswell, adapted 
from the novel of the same title, by 
Oscar Wilde. © 1 c. July 1, 1936; 
D 43579 ; Jeron King Criswell, New 
York. 4959 

Pirate (The) of Pooh, and other plays 
for children; by Marjorie Barrows. 
New York, Chicago [etc.] [1936] 
192 p. illus. 12mo. Contents. — 
The pirate of Pooh. — The clown of 
Doodle Doo. — The enchanted door. — 
Marching on ! — Santa & son. — The 
brownie bush. — J a c k O'Lantern 
inn. — The prickly prince. — The sur- 
prise Christmas. — The wistful 
witch. — The golden key. — The valen- 
tine tree. — Pan's secret. — The pink 
parrot. © July 6, 1936; 2 c. July 
11 ; aff. July 13 ; A 96411 ; Rand, Mc- 
Nallv & co., Chicago. 4959* 



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no. 7, 1936 



Please do not disturb; a comedy in 2 
acts, by C. O. Locke. © 1 c. June 
20, 1930; D 43947; Charles O. Locke, 
New York. 4960 

Portrait of an artist: a play in 3 acts, 
by C. Edell and Victor Sharpe 
[pseud, of V. Sharoff] © 1 c. June 
22, 1986; I> 43892; Celeste Edell 
and Victor Sharoff. New York. 

4961 

Ports of call : a play in 3 acts ; by Bims- 
ley Peabody [pseud, of J. Peabody] 
and Effie J. Young. © 1 c. .July 10, 
1986; 1) 43726; Jessamine Peabody. 
New York. 49U2 

Potential widow ; an old-fashioned 
comedy in 3 acts, by C. B. Sayre. 
© 1 c. June 9. 1936; D 436S5 ; Clara 
Brooks Sayre. Bethlehem, Pa. 

4963 

Power (The) of wealth; a comedy 
drama in 4 acts, by B. Stoddard. 
© 1 c. July 10, 1930; D 43725; Burt 
Stoddard, Cleveland. 4964 

Princess Peppermint ; a romantic com- 
edy in 2 acts, book and lyrics by 
E. J. Gott, music by E. J. Gott and 
Walter Emerson Abbott. © 1 c. 
July 14, 1936; D 39112; Elisabeth 
Joyce Gott, Boston. 4965 

Prisoner's progress ; a play in 3 acts, 
by S. Glueck. © 1 c. June 19, 1936; 
I) 43564; Sheldon Glueck, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 4966 

Private stock; a farce comedy in 3 
acts, by G. N. Albyn. © 1 c. July 
24, 1936; D 43975; Genevieve N. 
Albyn, Brooklyn. 4967 

Privateer (The) ; story by John Law- 
rence Morris, music and lyrics by 
Pauline Winslow [i. e. PauLne Win- 
slow Morris ( Mrs. John L. Morris ) ] 
3 v. Libretto in 1 vol.. Vocal score 
in 2 vols © 1 c. July 1, 1936; D 
39104; John L. Morris, Brooklyn. 

4968 

Prosperity and prohibition ! a play 
in 2 acts, by R. Ardrey. © 1 c. 
July 24, 1936: D 43934; Robert 
Ardrey. Chicago. 4969 

Psychologist in the family. See 
Masculine protest. 

Punkin (The) center singin' sassiety : 
a rural play in 2 acts, by F. M. 
Bohnenkamper. © 1 c. July 17, 
1936; D 43S29; Florence M. Bohnen- 
kamper, Newport, Ky. 4970 

Pursuit (The) of happiness; episode 
no. 1. by Forrest Barnes. © 1 c. 



July 14, 1936; D 43764; Amer. radio 
features, Los Angeles. 4971 

Queen to the end; an historical drama 
in 5 episodes, by Melitta Zelno Li- e. 
M. Z., countess Diligenti] © 1 c. 
July 17, 1936; D 43832; Melitta 
Zelno, Countess Diligenti, San Fran- 
cisco. 4972 

Quentin Durward ; or, Louis of Va- 
lois — merchant, king, stage adapta- 
tion, in 3 acts, of Sir Waller Scott's 
romantic novel, by G. E. Spalding. 
© 1 c. July 25, 1936; D 43960; 
Graydon Edward Spalding, Pasa- 
dena. 4973 

Radio-kiss (The) ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by N. Evreinoff, English adaptation 
by Dorothy C. A. Blanchard. © 1 c. 
July 7, 1936; D 43673; Dorothy 
Blanchard, New York. 4974 

Ragnild Guldmar; a story in 12 
scenes, by Herschel L. Bricker, taken 
in part from the novel, Thelma, by 
Marie Corelli. © 1 c. July 1, 1936; 
D 43580; Herschel Leonard Bricker, 
Orono, Me. 4975 

Raising (The) of Dalai Lama. See 
Unsolved mysteries. 

Randolphs (The) ; a Virginian episode 
in 5 acts, by S. Teiser. © 1 c. June 
19, 1936; D 43723; Sidney Teiser, 
Portland, Or. 4976 

Regatta ; lustspiel in 3 akten, von Paul 
Leuchsenring. Berlin, 1935. 1 p. 1., 
112 p. 12mo. Contains music. © 
May 25, 1935 ; 1 c. Sept. 3 ; D 43595 ; 
Arcadia verlag, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 

4977 

Remainderman (The) See Woman 
(A) of great wealth. 

Rembrandt vor gericht ; eine roman- 
tische komodie in 4 akten, von Hans 
Kvser. Bielefeld und Leipzig, Vel- 
hagen und Klasing [1933] 82 p. 
12mo. © Nov. 22, 1933; 1 c. Sept. 
3, 1935; D 43591; Vertriebsstelle 
und verlag deutscher biihneuschrift- 
steller und buhnenkomponisten, 
g. m. b. h., Berlin. 4978 

Renard (Le) et la grenouille. See 

Theatre 
Renfrew of the Mounted; by L. Y. 

Erskine, episodes nos. 71-75. © 1 c. 

each July 1, 1936; D 43584-43588; 

Laurie York Erskine, New Hope, Pa. 

4979-4983 

episodes nos. 76-80. © 1 c. 

each July 10, 1936; D 43702-43706; 

Laurie York Erskine, New Hope, Pa. 
4984-4988 



233 



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4989 



pt. i, v. 9 



Renfrew of the Mounted; episodes 
nos. 81-85. © 1 c. each July 14, 
1936; D 43774-43778; Laurie York 
Erskine, New Hope, Pa. 4989-4993 

episodes nos. 86-90. © 1 c. 

each July 21, 1936; D 43878-43882; 

Laurie York Erskine, New Hope, Pa. 

4994-4998 



episodes nos. 91-95. © 1 c. 

each July 30, 1936; D 43980-43984; 

Laurie York Erskine, New Hope, Pa. 

4999-5003 

Reporting a homicide ; a play in 3 acts, 
by R. King. © 1 c. July 7, 1936 ; D 
43672; Rufus King, Rouses Point, 
N. Y. 5004 

Reves (Les) d'un enfant d'aujour- 
d'hui; piece inedite en 1 acre, par 
Jean- Jacques Bernard. (In Ven- 
dredi, no. 33, 19 juin 1936) © June 
19, 1936; 1 c. July 16; D 43847; 
Jean-Jacques Bernard, Paris. 5005 

Road to fame; a comedy with music, 
in 2 acts, book and lyrics, by R. Pack 
and H. Stark, music by Stanley Mul- 
holland. Text. © 1 c. July 3, 1936 ; 
D 43949; Harold Stark, Hilforest, 
Aurora, Ind., and Ruth Pack, Min- 
neapolis. 5006 

Roar (The) of a twist; a comedy in 1 
act, by C. E. Wilcox. Chicago 
[1936] 28 p. diagr. 12mo. © July 
1, 1936 ; 2 c. July 6 ; D 43647 ; Dra- 
matic pub. co., Chicago. 5007 

Rod arvor. See Rouet (Le) d'armor. 

Roger Williams passes by; a pageant, 
by Clarence M. Gallup. [Philadel- 
phia] The Roger Williams tercen- 
tenary committee of the Northern 
Baptist convention, 1935. 24 p. 
illus. 8vo. © Nov. 7, 1935 ; 2 c. June 
30, 1936 ; aff. July 1 ; A 96243 ; Clar- 
ence M. Gallup, New York. 5008 

Romance (The) of a senorita ; a play- 
let in 1 act, by A. De La Fuente. © 
1 c. July 30, 1936 ; D 43990 ; Alfred 
De La Fuente, Brooklyn. 5009 

Rossini in Neapel ; komische oper in 3 
akten, von Hans Adler, musik nach 
Gioacchino Rossini, von Bernhard 
Paumgartner, kurzer erleichterter 
klavierauszug von Alexander Stein- 
brecher. Wien [1936] 24 p. fol. 
© May 7, 1936 ; 1 c. July 7 ; D 39110 ; 
Wiener operettenverlag, g. m. b. h., 
Vienna. 5010 

Rouet (Le) d'armor. (Rod arvor) ; Senda (La) gaucha. 
legende choregraphique et musicale I of a gaucho. 

234 



avec soli et choeurs, en 2 actes, sans 
interruption, d'apres un conte de 
Michel Geistdoerfer, musique et 
scenario de Adolphe Piriou. La par- 
tition piano et chant. Paris [1936] 
4 p. 1., 136 p. 4to. © May 1, 1936 ; 
1 c. June 27 ; D 39105 ; Heugel, Paris. 

5011 

Rugged (The) individual; a psychic 
war play in 10 scenes, by W. R. 
Stark. © 1 c. July 20, 1936; D 
43874 ; Wallace Roland Stark, Wood- 
side, L. I., N. Y. 5012 

Rumplestiltskin ; a playlet in 6 acts, 
with musical scores, words and 
music by Nelle Caesar. © 1 c. June 
30, 1936; D 39108; Nelle Kathryne 
Caesar, Seattle. 5013 

Safari (The) of the dead. See Un- 
solved mysteries. 

St. George (The) club mystery. See 
Unsolved mysteries. 

San Francisco bay bridge. See It can 
be done. 

Sans famille. See Fortunes (The) of 
Remi. 

Savage ! a comedy in prologue and 2 
acts, by G. Johnson. © 1 c. July 20, 
1936; D 43862; Grace Johnson, 
Ephraim, Utah. 5014 

Scandale (Un) a FA. B. C. ; sketch en 
3 tableaux, de Paul Armont [pseud, 
of D. Petrocochino] and Jean Villaret 
[pseud, of C. Lafaurie] © 1 c. June 
27, 1936; D 43638; Dimitry Petro- 
cochino and Charles Lafaurie, Paris. 

5015 

Schillers deutscher traum ; ein volks- 
schauspiel in 4 akten, von Hans 
Kyser. Bielefeld und Leipzig, Vel- 
hagen und Klasing [1933] 63 p. 
12mo. © Nov. 14, 1933 ; 1 c. Sept. 3, 
1935; D 43592; Vertriebsstelle und 
verlag deutscher biihnenschriftstel- 
ler und biihnenkomponisten, g. m. 
b. h., Berlin. 5016 

Schneider ( Der ) im schloss ; lustspiel 
in 3 akten. von Paul Armont und 
Leopold Marchand, musik von Alex- 
ander Steinbrecher. Textbiich. 
Wien, 1936. 1 p. 1., 130 p. 12mo. 
© June 22, 1936; 1 c. July 7; D 
43841 ; Wiener operettenverlag, g. m. 
b. h., Vienna. 5017 



See Crossroads 






DKAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 7, 1936 



5040 



Shining (The) hour: a play in 3 acts, 
by Keith Winter. London, New 
York [etc.] 1935. 80 p. plate, 
diagr. 8vo. ([French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 692]) © May 21, 1935; 
1 c. June 16, 1936 ; D 43265 ; Samuel 
French, London. [Copyright is 
claimed on new matter] 5018 

Shloima the shadchen ; a Jewish musi- 
cal comedy in 2 acts, by B. Marko- 
witz. Text. 

© 1 c. July 7, 1936 ; D 43675 ; Belle 
Markowitz, New York. 5019 

Shoemaker mind the shoe; a play in 
4 acts, by S. P. Souther. © 1 c. 
July 24, 1936 ; D 43940 ; Susan Page 
Souther, New Haven. 5020 

Silver (The) lining. See Barriers 
(The) between. 

Sing for the ladies ! a comedy in 3 
acts, by H. Shale. © 1 c. Julv 24. 
1936; D 43936; Harry Shale, Cape 
May, N. J. 5021 

Singing saints; for church choirs, 
choirmasters' clubs, and music festi- 
vals, book by Charles F. Mann and 
Ellen Jane Lorenz, lyrics and music 
by Ellen Jane Lorenz. Dayton, O., 
1936. 30 p. 4to. © June 4, 1936; 
2 c. June 30 ; D 39106 ; Lorenz pub. 
co., Dayton, O. 5022 

Society girl; episodes nos. 1-6, a con- 
tinuity serial, by F. M. Webber. © 
1 c. each Feb. 17, 1936; D 43807; 
Frank Martin Webber, Detroit. 

5023 

Sondernummer (Die) Otto Witte; 
komodie in 4 bildern, von Vomhof 
[pseud.] © 1 c. June 22, 1936; D 
43629; Drei masken verlag, a. g., 
Berlin. 5024 

Soren Qvist case (Danish) See Do 
innocent men die? 

Sorrisi & sospiri; 6 commedie in un 
atto [di] Sabatino Lopez. Milano, 
S. A. Fratelli Treves [1936] 3 p. 1., 
[3]-200 p. 12m. Contents.— 
L'alibi. — Le cose a posto. — I, si pro- 
nunzia, ai. — L'ornino della stazione. — 
Novita di parigi. — Luce. © May 20, 
1936; 1 c. June 13; D 43916; Saba- 
tino Lopez, Milan. 5025 

Spanische komodie (Die spanishchen 
handel) ; 5 akte, von Curt Hotzel. 
Berlin, 1935. 1 p. 1. 88 p. 12 mo. 
© May 25, 1935; 1 c. Sept. 3; D 
43596; Arcadia verlag, g. m. b. h., 
Berlin. 5026 



Spanischen (Die) handel. See Spa- 
nische komodie. 

Spirit ; a comedy in 2 acts, by R. H. 
Hepburn. © 1 c. July 9, 1936; D 
43716; Richard Houghton Hepburn, 
Hartford. 5027 

Sporting extra; June 29, July 6, 13, 

1936, by William Dyer. © 1 c. each 

July 15, 1936 ; D 43771^3773 ; Adam 

Scheidt brewing co., Norristown, Pa. 

5028-5030 

Spring dance. See Wary (The) 
quarry. 

Spring (The) returneth ; a drama with 
music, in 3 acts, dialogue and verse, 
by A. Allegro. Text. © 1 c. July 11, 
1936; D 43737; Alfred Allegro, 
Flushing, L. I., N. Y. 5031 

Sprung (Der) uber den schatten ; lust- 
spiel in 3 aufziigen, von Horst Wolf- 
ram Geissler. Munchen, 1935. 96 p. 
16mo. © June 5, 1935 : 1 c. Sept. 3 ; 
D 43593 ; Val. Hofling, Munich. 

5032 

Steam roller; a play in 8 scenes, by 
H. Sootin. © 1 c. July 7, 1936; D 
43671; Harry Sootin, New York. 

5033 

Stork mad; a comedy in 3 acts, by L. 
Root. © 1 c. July 10, 1936 ; D 43740 ; 
Lynn Root, Hollywood, Calif. 5034 

Storm over the Caribbees ; a play in 

2 acts, by L. K. Burton. © 1 c. July 
13, 1936; D 43746; Lillian Krieger 
Burton, Miami Beach, Fla. 5035 

Stranger (A) in my bed ; a comedy in 

3 acts, by L. Abrams. © 1 c. July 
13, 1936: D 43751; Leon Abrams, 
New York. 5036 

Stranger's (A) wine; a play in 3 acts, 
by Cortlandt Scott [pseud, of M. Cort 
and D. F. Barber] © 1 c. June 5, 
1936 ; D 43569 ; Margaretta Cort and 
Dorothy Farnum Barber, New York. 

5037 

Strong sunlight ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
E. Nixon. © 1 c. May 29, 1936; D 
43804 ; Elizabeth Nixon, Greeley, Col. 

5038 

Summer song; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
R. Raynolds. © 1 c. July 15, 1936; 
D 43782 ; Robert Raynolds, Newtown, 
Conn. 5039 

Sun (The), for sorrow; a play in 8 
scenes, by H. C. Haskell. © l c. 
July 16, 1936; D 43790; Henry C. 
Haskell, Kansas City, Mo. 5040 



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5041 



pt. i, v. 9 



Sunflower saviors of the chickens of 
sKEw ; a play in 3 acts, by F. M. 
Luten. © 1 c. July 18, 1936; D 
43851 ; Florence M. Luten, Forest 
Hills, N. Y. 5041 

Tag (Ein) mit einer schauspieltruppe ; 
generalprobe im theater, in 2 akten, 
von E. Gadiel. © 1 c. June 22, 1936 ; 
D 43636; Ellen Gadiel, Berlin. 

5042 

Temoin (Le) ; piece inedite en 3 actes, 
par Steve Passeur [pseud, of E. 
Morin] {In Les CEuvres libres, no. 
178) © Apr. 1, 1936; 1 c. July 11; 
D 43796; Etienne Morin, Neuilly, 
France. 5043 

Texas, the land of the strong; a play 
in 6 episodes, by Ilanon Moon. 
Austin, Tex. [1936] 71 p. 8 vo. 
© Mar. 30, 1936; 2 c. July 6; D 
43915; Steck co., Austin, Tex. 5044 

Thank the Lord, that's done! a farce 
comedy in 1 act, by D. E. Hanlon. 
© 1 c. July 2, 1936 ; D 43610 ; Daniel 
E. Hanlon, New York. 5045 

Theatre ; II. [par] Sacha Guitry. 
Paris, Librairie Plon, Les petits-fils 
de Plon et Nourrit [1936] 3 p. 1. 
349 p., 1 1. 12mo. Contents.— Pa- 
steur. — Le renard et la grenouille. — 
La jalousie. — Le voyage de Tchong — 
Li. — Deux converts. — Franchise. © 
Mar. 6, 1936 ; 1 c. July 11 ; D 43844 ; 
Librairie Plon, Paris. 5046 

Thelma. See Ragnild Guldmar. 

There are women ; a play in 3 acts, by 
G. Teal. Revised version. © 1 c. 
Julv 27, 1936 ; D 43957 ; George Teal, 
New York. 5047 

These thirties ; a play in 3 acts, by 
C. M. Reid. © 1 c. July 27, 1936; 
D 43961; Carol McMillan Reid, 
Oconomowoc, Wis. 5048 

They journey by night ; or, Exit Mr. X, 
a comedy-thriller in 3 acts, by D. 
Ames. © 1 c. June 29, 1936: D 
43600; Delano Ames, London. 5049 

They too arise; a play in 3 acts, by 
A. A. Miller. © 1 c. July 8, 1936 ; D 
43692; Arthur A. Miller, Brooklyn. 

5050 

This frantic quest ; a drama in 3 acts, 
by Virginia and Julius Anderson. 
© 1 c. June 23, 1936 ; D 43976 ; Vir- 
ginia Roth Anderson and Julius 
Edw. Anderson, Chicago. 5051 



This time tomorrow ; a modern drama 
in prologue and 9 scenes, by B. An- 
gus. © 1 c. July 17, 1936 ; D 43817 ; 
Bernie Angus, New York. 5052 

Thomas Wood case (English, 1806) 
See Do innocent men die? 

Three; a play in 3 acts, by S. Tread- 
well. © 1 c. July 6. 1936 ; D 43646 ; 
Sophie Treadwell, Newtown, Conn. 

5053 

Three (The) dwarf trees; (from an 
old Japanese play) by Grace James. 
London, New York [etc.] 1936. 
18 p. 12 mo. ([French's plays for 
juvenile performers, no. 33] ) © 
June 23, 1936 ; 1 c. July 17 ; D 43836 ; 
Samuel French, ltd.. London. 5054 

Three (The) mosquitoes; episode 1, a 
radio sketch, by Josephine Caryll 
[pseud, of J. C. Feutinger] © 1 c. 
July 6, 1936; D 43644; Josephine 
Caryll Feutinger, Hollywood, Calif. 

5055 

Through the wilderness ; a play in pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by E. F. Bishop. 
© 1 c. July 14, 1936; D 43766; 
Ernest Franklin Bishop, Los Aji- 
geles. 5056 

Time exposure ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
C. S. Noyes. © 1 c. July 8, 1936 ; D 
43695 ; Catherine Scott Noyes-, New 
York. 5057 

Tiny town stories ; script 29. Toddy 
and the milkmaid, by R. L. Long- 
street. © 1 c. July 25, 1936; D 
43941 ; Robert Louis Longstreet, As- 
bury Park, N. J. 5058 

Toddy and the milkmaid. See Tiny 
town stories. 

To-morrow morning ; a neo-romantic 
play in 3 acts, by Marshall George 
[pseud, of V. Victor] © 1 c. July 
8, 1936 ; D 43691 ; Victor Victor, Gar- 
den City, L. I.. N Y. 5059 

Tony the little wop ; a play by C. Lieto. 
© 1 c. July 6, 1936 ; D 43674 ; Car- 
mine Lieto, Brooklyn. 5060 

Traps baited with orphan ; a drama in 
3 acts, bv E. H. Blum. © 1 c. July 
20, 1936 ; D 43865; Edwin Harvey 
Blum, Los Angeles. 5061 

Treasure trails ; a radio operetta, book 
by L. R. Cook, music by L. R. Cook 
and Reta Mae Mitchell. Vocal score. 
© 1 c. May 22, 1936; D 39084; 
Laurence Russell Cook, Los Angeles. 

5062 



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no. 7, 1936 



50S9 



Trial (The) by jury; with apologies to 
Gilbert & Sullivan I by Rivera Car- 
man Ingle] 1930. 4 numb. 1. 4to. 
© May 0. 1936; 1 C. May 11 ; 1 c. 
June 27; D 43590; Rivera Carman 
Ingle. East Orange, N. J. 5063 

Tripping (The) Todds; episode 1, a 
radio serial comedy, by Jean Archi- 
bald | pseud, of J. A. Hansl] and P. 
Keating. © 1 c. June 13, 1936; D 
43! 121 ; Jean Archibald Hansl, New 
Milford, Conn., and Pearl Keating, 
New York. 5064 

Trois . . . six . . . neuf . . .; comedie 
en 3 actes [par] Michel Duran. 
[Paris] 1936. 34, [2] p. illus. 4to. 
(La Petite illustration, no. 777) © 
June 20, 1936 ; 1 c. July 16; D 43846 ; 
Michael Duran, Paris. 5065 

Troop train : by J. McMahill. jr. © 
1 c. July 15, 1936; D 43769; John 
McMahill. jr., Chicago. 5066 

Twentieth century parade ; no. 1, by 
Herbert L. Chevigny. © 1 c. July 
13, 1936: D 43748; Associated cine- 
ma studios, Los Angeles. 5067 

Two hundred were chosen ; a play in 
6 scenes, by E. P. Conkle. © 1 c. 
July 6, 1936; D 43642; Ellsworth P. 
Oonkle, Iowa City, la. 5068 

Two women : a play in 3 acts, by C. H. 
Meigs. Act I. © 1 c. July 20, 1936 ; 
D 43S68; Charles Hardy Meigs. 
Forest Hills, L. I., N. Y. 5069 

Unconscious (The) crime. See Un- 
solved mysteries. 

Under sentence of death ; a play in 
1 act, by Margaret J. Jones. © 1 c. 
July 22, 1936; D 43908; Margaret 
Jackson Jones, North Tonawanda. 
N. Y. 5070 

Under the sea with Jack Westaway : 
episodes 1, 2, by W. H. Webb. © 
1 c. June 18, 1936: D 43568; Ward 
H. Webb, Kansas City, Mo. 5071 

University parade; script no. 1. How 

to kiss your sweetheart properly, a 
continuity program, bv J. B. Postal. 
© 1 c. July 17, 1936; D 43818; 
Julius Bernard Postal, Brooklyn. 

5072 

Unsolved mysteries; by David Taylor. 

episode 23. Hondini escape mystery. 

© 1 c. July 6. 1936 : D 43651 ; Amor. 

radio features, Los Angeles. 5073 
episode 24. The Yarmouth 



Sands mystery. © 1 c. July 6, 1936: 
D 43652; Amer. radio features. Los 
Angeles. 5074 



episode 25. The Safari of 

the dead. © 1 c. July 6, 1936; D 
13653 : Amer. radio features, Los 

Angeles. 5075 

episode 26. Bela Kiss, the 



mystery man of Europe. © 1 c. 
July 6, 1936; D 43654; Amer. radio 
features, Los Angeles. 5076 

episode 27. The mystery of 



Sargeant-major [sic] Thomas. © 
1 c. July 6, 1936; D 43655; Amer. 
radio features, Los Angeles. 5077 

episode 28. The unconscious 



crime. © 1 c. July 6, 1936 ; I) 43656 ; 
Amer. radio features, Los Angeles. 

5078 

episode 29. The mad monk. 



© 1 c. July 6, 1936 ; D 43657 ; Amer. 
radio features, Los Angeles. 5079 



episode 30. 



The bandit 



priest. © 1 c. July 6, 1936; D 
43658 ; Amer. radio features, Los 
Angeles. 5080 

episode 31. The raising of 



Dalai Lama. © 1 c. July 6, 1936; 
D 43659; Amer. radio features, Los 
Angeles. 5081 

episode 32. The Bathurst 



mystery. © 1 c. July 6, 1936; D 
43660; Amer. radio features, Los 
Angeles. 5082 

episode 33. The mystery of 



Peter the painter. © 1 c. July 6, 
1936; D 43661; Amer. radio fea- 
tures, Los Angeles. 5083 

episode 34. Buried treasure. 



© 1 c. July 6, 1936 ; D 43662 ; Amer. 
radio features, Los Angeles. 5084 

episode 35. The St. George 



club mystery. © 1 c. July 6, 1936; 
D 43663 ; Amer. radio features, Los 
Angeles. 5085 

episode 36. Coffins of San 



Cristobal. © 1 c. July 6, 1936; D 
43664 : Amer. radio features. Los 
Angeles. 5086 

episode 37. Jack the ripper. 



© 1 c. July 6, 1936 : D 43666 ; Amer. 
radio features, Los Angeles. 5087 

episode 38. The hypnotist. 



© 1 c. July 6, 1936 ; D 43665 ; Amer, 
radio features. Los Angeles. 5088 

episode 39. The athletes 



club. © 1 c. July 6. 1936: D 43667; 
Amer. radio features, Los Angeles. 

5089 

Untouched passions. Sec Virgin man. 



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5090 



pt. I, v. 9 



Very (A) little play for very little 
people; by C. B. Sayre. © 1 c. 
June 9, 1936 ; D 43684 ; Clara Brooks 
Sayre, Bethlehem, Pa. 5090 

Vic and Sacle; June 2-5, 8-12, 15- 
19, 22-26, 29, 30, 1936, by Paul 
Rhymer. © 1 c. each July 3, 1936 ; 
D 43621 ; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 5091 

Victim (The) ; a biblical play in 3 
acts, by Ralph P. Claggett. © 1 c. 
July 15, 1936 ; D 43768 ; Ralph Pal- 
mer Claggett, Highland Park, Mich. 

5092 

Virgin (The) man; or, Untouched pas- 
sions, a play in 4 acts, by L. M. 
Rousseau. © 1 c. July 29, 1936 ; D 
43985; Lee Muiron Rousseau, 
Sunnyside, L. I., N. Y. 5093 

Voyage (Le) de Tchong-Li. See 
Theatre. 

Waif (A) of the sea; an Alabama ro- 
mance in 5 scenes, by W. J. Loof- 
bourrow. © 1 c. June 22, 1936; D 
43566; Wade Jacob Loofbourrow, 
Bryte, Calif. 5094 

Waltzing in a dream; a playlet in 1 
act, by A. De La Fuente. © 1 c. 
July 30, 1936; D 43989; Alfred De, 
La Fuente, Brooklyn. 5095 

Wary (The) quarry; a comedy in 3 
acts, by P. Barry, adapted from an 
original play entitled, Spring dance, 
by Eleanor Golden and Eloise Bar- 
rangon. © 1 c. July 6, 1936; D 
43641; Philip Barry, Mount Kisco, 
N. Y. 5096 

Water street; a play in 3 acts, by E. 
G. Nothnagel. © 1 c. June 11, 1936 ; 
D 43750; Earl George Nothnagel, 
Princeton, 111. 5097 

Water ! Water ! a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Edward O'Kelly [pseud, of E. F. 
F. Kelly] © 1 c. July 24, 1936; D 
43974; Edward F. F. Kelly, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5098 

Wav (The) to Sheol ; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. Goodrich. © 1 c. July 7, 1936 ; 
D 43676; Libbie Goodrich, Cleve- 
land. 5099 

Weaver's (The) dream; a play in 3 
acts, by M. Rogers. © 1 c. July 25, 
1936; D 43942; Mary Rogers, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 5100 

Webs we weave ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Phoebe Hoffman [i. e. P. H. Bicker- 
ton I © 1 c. July 11, 1936 ; D 43736 ; 
Phoebe Hoffman Bickerton, New 
York. 5101 



Welcome Valley ; nos. 63-67, by Irna 

Phillips and Edgar A. Guest ; © 1 c. 

each July 22, 1936 ; D 43899-43903 ; 

Charles Daniel Frey co., Chicago. 

5102-5106 

Westphalian boor case (German) See 
Do innocent men die? 

What every man knows ; a drama in 
prologue and 2 acts, by Harry M. 
Laff . © 1 c. July 11, 1936 ; D 43741 ; 
Harry Merrill Laff, Los Angeles. 

5107 

What this town needs; a play in 3 
acts, by C. Zerner and B. S. Gross. 
© 1 c. July 22, 1936 ; D 43909 ; Ben 
S. Gross, New York, and Charles 
Zemer, Jersey City. 5108 

What would it be without me? an 
opera in 1 act, libretto by E. Greens- 
felder, music bv Abram Moses. Li- 
bretto. © 1 c. July 31, 1936. D 
43995; Elmer Greensfelder, Balti- 
more. 5109 

When the King of peace came; a 
Christmas mystery, by the Reverend 
Charles Walter Findlay. Hartford, 
Conn., 1936. 1 p. 1., [7]^30 p., 1 1. 
fold, front, (facsim.) 8vo. (The 
Church in story and pageant) © 
June 24, 1936; 2 c. June 29; D 
43678 ; Church missions pub. co., 
Hartford. - 5110 

While the city sleeps; a radio pro- 
gram, by Roy A. Sorensen. episode 
no. 136. A glorious 4th. © 1 c. 
July 1, 1936; D 43581; Bowey's, inc., 
Chicago. 5111 

episode no. 137. The light 



on the bank. © 1 c. July 1, 1936; 
D 43582; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 

5112 



episode no. 138. Counterfeit 

money. © 1 c. July 9, 1936; D 
43699; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 

5113 

episode no. 139. Girl re- 
porter makes good. © 1 c. July 9, 
1936; D 43700; Bowey's, inc., Chi- 
cago. 5114 

Whose babe are you? a play in 3 acts 
bv Molly Ricardel [pseud, of M. R. 
Boehnel] © 1 c. July 10, 1936; D 
43734 ; Molly Ricardel Boehnel, New 
York. 5115 

Windjammer (The) ; a true story play 
in 4 acts, by J. Anderson. © 1 c. 
July 6, 1936 ; D 43798 ; John Ander- 
son, Sointula, B. C, Canada. 5116 



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no. 7, 193G 



5128 



Winter sunshine : a comedy in 3 acts, 
by G. A. Thomas. © 1 c. July 17, 
1936; D 43831; G. A. Thomas, Lon- 
don. 5117 

With drawbridge lifted: a comedy 
drama in 3 acts, by Ward Courtney 
[i. e. C. W. Courtney] © 1 c. July 
31, 1936; D 43996; Claude Ward 
Courtney, Ticonderoga, N. Y. 

5118 

With regal shades ; a play in 3 acts, 
by D. T. Praigg. © 1 c. July 15, 
1936; D 43794; David T. Praigg, 
Indianapolis. 5119 

Wives (The) of Neptune; a mytholo- 
gical musical-comedy in 3 acts, by 
s. Follari. Text. © 1 c. July 11, 
1936; D 43743: Salvatore Follari, 
Brooklyn. 5120 

Woman (A) in business; a play in 3 
acts, by Lucille Payne © 1 c. July 
29, 1986; D 43978; Esther Amalca 
Stepper, New York. 5121 

Woman (A) of great wealth; or, The 
remainderman, a drama in 4 acts, 
by E. Hopkins. © 1 c. July S, 1936; 
I) 43093; Edwin Hopkins, New 
York. 5122 

Women's defiance : a play in 3 acts, 
by I. Nissen. © 1 c. July 25, 1936 ; 
D 43944; Isaac Nissen, Brooklyn. 

5123 



Wuthering Heights ; a play in 3 acts, 
adapted by M. Crary, from the novel 
by Emily Bronte. © 1 c. July 8, 
1936; D 43650; Mary Crary, New 
York. 5124 

Yarmouth (The) Sands mystery. Sec 
Unsolved mysteries. 

Yesterday and today ; a play in 3 acts, 
by J. Genovese. © 1 c. Julv 29, 
1936; D 43979; Joseph Genovese, 
Maspeth, L. I., N. Y. 5125 

Youngest (The) quintuplet; a farce in 
8 scenes, by Bob Wellington [i. e. 
R. C. Wellington] © 1 c. July 18, 
1936; D 43850; Robert C. Welling- 
ton, Burbank, Calif 5126 

Yours for happiness — chart your hap- 
piness in the happiness circle ; epi- 
sode no. 1, talks with dramatic in- 
terludes, by L. L. Wade. © 1 c. 
June 30, 1936; D 43917; Lillian L. 
Wade, New York 5127 

1066 — and all that ; book and lyrics by 
Reginald Arkell, based on the mem- 
orable history of the same name by 
W. C. Sellar and R. J. Yeatman. 
London, Methuen & CO., ltd. [1935] 
xiv, 97 [1] p. 16mo. © May 9, 
1935; 1 c. June 1, 1936; D 43853; 
Robert Julian Yeatman, London, 
W. C. Sellar, Near Godalming, Eng- 
land, and Reginald Arkell, Rich- 
mond, Surrey, England. 5128 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the cata- 
log since Jan. 1, 1936 : 

Dramatic compositions (including 3,087 unpublished) 3,680 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 139 unpub- 
lished) 431 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 24 unpublished) 55 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 6 

unpublished) 32 

Total 4,198 



239 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 

1909 [5128 



Ane (L') de Buridan ; comedie en 3 
actes, par Robert de Flers et G. A. 
de Caillavet. © Genevieve Marie 
Eveline Sardou, Marquise de Flers 
and Marie Claire Eniilie Jeanne Ar- 
man de Caillavet, Paris, as the wid- 
ows of the authors. R 45699, June 
6, 1936. 1 

Bacchus ; opera en 4 actes, par Catulle 
Vlendes, musique de J. Massenet. 
Livret. © Jane Catulle-Mendes, 
Paris, as the widow of the author. 
R 45697, June 6, 1936. 2 

Beethoven ; piece en 3 actes en vers, 
par. R. Fauchois. © Rene Fauchois, 
Tourville-la-Riviere, France, as the 
author. R 45702, June 6, 1936. 3 

Children's classics in dramatic form ; 
a reader for the fourth grade, by A. 
Stevenson. © Augusta Stevenson, 
Patriot, Ind., as the author. R 
45820, June 10, 1936. 4 

Cid (Le) ; par Pierre Corneille, with 
introduction, notes and vocabulary 
bv James D. Bruner. © James D. 
Bruner, Oakland, Calif., as the au- 
thor of the introduction, notes and 
vocabulary. R 42475, Jan. 17, 1936. 

5 

Fille (La) de Pilate; piece en 3 actes 
en vers, par R. Fauchois. © Rene 
Fauchois, Tourville - la - Riviere, 
France, as the author. R 45701, 
June 6, 1936. 6 

Golden (The) girl; a musical comedy, 
by F. R. Adams and Will M. Hough. 
[Libretto only] © Frank R. Adams, 
Los Angeles, as one of the authors. 
R 45928, June 22, 1936. 7 

© Will M. Hough, Los An- 
geles, as one of the authors. R 
45927, June 22, 1936. 8 

Qrands (Les) ; comedie en 4 actes, 
par P. Veber et Serge Basset. © 
Pierre Veber, Paris, as one of the 
authors. R 45704, June 6, 1936. 

9 

House (The) of Rimmon ; a drama in 
4 acts, by Henry Van Dyke. 1st in- 
stalment. (In Scribner's magazine, 
Aug., 1908) © Tertius Van Dyke, 
Princeton, N. J., as the child of the 
deceased author. R 45715, June 13, 
1936. 10 

2d instalment. (In Scrib- 
ner's magazine, Sept., 1908) © Ter- 
tius Van Dyke, Princeton, N. J., as 



the child of the deceased author. R 
45716, June 13, 1936. 11 

Imperatrice (L') ; piece en 3 actes en 
prose, par Catulle Mendes. © Jane 
Catulle-Mendes, Paris, as the widow 
of the author. R 45696, June 6, 
1936. 12 

Light (The) of Avalon. See Story of 
Glastonbury and the grail. 

Miss Innocence abroad ; a musical 
comedy libretto in 3 acts, by Harry 
B. Smith. © Irene Bentley Smith, 
New York, as the widow of the au- 
thor. R 46039, May 21, 1936. 13 

Nono ; comedie en 3 actes, par S. Gui- 
try. © Sacha Guitry, Paris, as the 
author. R 45698. June 6, 1936. 

14 

Prince (The) of to-night; a musical 
comedy in 3 acts, by F. R. Adams 
and Will M. Hough. [Words only] 
© Frank R. Adams, Los Angeles, as 
one of the authors. R 45930, June 
22, 1936. 15 

© Will M. Hough, Los An- 
geles, as one of the authors. R 
45929, June 22, 1936. 16 

Prince (Le) Zilah. See Principe (II) 
Zilah. 

Princesse (La) Lointaine ; par Ed- 
mond Rostand, ed. with introduction 
and notes, by J. L. Borgerhoff. © 
J. L. Borgerhoff, Cleveland Heights. 
O., as the author of the editing and 
notes. R 45372, May 29, 1936. 17 

Principe (II) Zilah; dramma lirico in 
un prologo, 2 atti et epilogo, di Luigi 
Illica, dal romanzo, Le Prince Zilab. 
di Jules Claretie, musica di Frank 
Alfano. Libretto. © Rachele Gatti 
Illica, Genoa, Italy, as the widow of 
the author. R 45706, June 5, 1936 

18 

She stoops to conquer ; by Oliver Gold- 
smith, edited with introduction and 
notes, by Thomas H. Dickinson. © 
Thomas H. Dickinson, Wilton, Conn., 
as the author of the editing, intro- 
duction and notes. R 45833, June 
10. 1936. 19 

Story of Glastonbury and the grail ; or, 
The light of Avalon, a mystery play 
concerning the introduction of Chris- 
tianity to England by Joseph of 
Arimathea, by Melchior Macbride 
[pseud, of J. P. Quinton] © John 
Pnrcell Quinton, London, as the au- 
thor. R 45932, June 17, 1936. 20 



240 



CLASSES L AND M 

MOTION PICTURES 



Alpine climbers. (A Walt Disney 
Mickey Mouse) Keel. © .Inly 1. 
1936; 2 e. and description July 28; 
M <;03s : Walt Disney productions, 
ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 5129 

Anthony Adverse ; by Hervey Allen, 
screen play by Sheridan Gibney, di- 
rected by Mcrvyn LeKoy. 15 reels. 
© July 15, 1936; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion .July 15; L 040*5 ; Warner bros. 
pictures, inc., New York. 5130' 

Arizona (The) raiders; based on the 
novel Raiders of Spanish Peaks by 
Zane Grey, screen play by Robert 
Yost and John Krat'ft, directed by 
James Hogan. reels. © June 20, 
1936 : 2 c. and description July 1 ; L 
0445: Paramount productions, inc., 
Hollywood. Calif. 5131 

Bohemian (The) 2irl ; opera by Balfe, 
directed by James W. Home and 
Charles Rogers. (A Hal Roach fea- 
ture comedy) 8 reels. © Feb. 12, 
1936; 2 c. and description July 7; 
L (5453 : Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., 
New York. 5132 

Brink (The) of disaster. See Phan- 
tom (The) rider. 

Burn witch burn. Sec Devil-doll 
(The) 

Carl Hoff & his orchestra; no. 1904, 
directed by Joseph Henabery. Reel. 
© July 24, 1030 ; 2 c. and description 
July 28; M 0041: Yitaphone Corp., 
New York. 5133 

Case (The) of the velvet claws; from 
the story by Erie Stanley Gardner, 
screen play by Tom Reed, directed 
by William Clemens. 7 reels. © 
July 3, 1930; 2 c. and description 
July 27 ; L 6482 ; First national pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 5134 

Champagne Charlie; screen play by 
Allen Rivkin, directed by James 
Tinling. 6 reels. © May 8, 1936; 
2 c and description July 10; L 
0472: Twentieth century-Fox film 
corp., New York. 5135 

Charlie Chan at the circus; based on 
the character Charlie Chan created 



by Earl Derr Diggers, original screen 
play by Robert Ellis and Helen Lo- 
gan, directed by Harry Lachman. 7 
reels. © Mar. 27, 1930; 2 c. and 
description July 29; L 0492; Twen- 
tieth century-Fox film corp., New 
York. 5136 

City's (The) slicker; no. 1975-70, 
story by Cyrus Wood, directed by 
Roy Mack. 2 reels. © July 23, 
1930; 2 c. and description July 28; 
L 0489 ; Vitaphone corp., New York. 

5137 

Country (The) doctor; story idea sug- 
gested by Charles E. Blake, screen 
play by Sony a Levien, directed by 
Henry King. 10 reels.. © Mar. 6, 
1936; 2 c. and description July 29; L 
6490 ; Twentieth-century-Fox film 
corp., New York. 5138 

Crash Donovan ; story by Harold Shu- 
mate, screen play by Eugene Solow, 
Charles Grayson and Karl Detzer, di- 
rected by William Nigh. 6 reels. © 
July 21, 1936 ; 2 c. July 22 ; descrip- 
tion July 2$ ; L 6480 ; Universal pro- 
ductions, inc., New York. 5139 

Crime (The) of Dr. Forbes; original 
screen play by Frances Hyland and 
Saul Elkins, directed by George 
Marshall. 8 reels. © June 26, 
1936 ; 2 c. and description July 10 ; 
L 0470; Twentieth century-Fox film 
corp., New r York. 5140 

Darkest Africa; episode 11-15, story 
by John Rathmell and Tracy 
Knight, screen play by John Rath- 
mell, Barney Sarecky and Ted Par- 
sons, directed by B. Reeves Eason 
and Joseph Kane. 10 reels. © 
Feb. 15, 1930; 2 c. and description 
July 13; L 0400: Republic pictures 
corp.. New York. 5141 

Devil-doll (The) ; story by Tod 
Browning based on the novel Burn 
witch burn by Abraham Merritt, 
screen play by Garrett Fort, Guy 
Endore and Eric Yon Stroheim. 8 
reels. © July 7. 1930 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription July 27; L 6486; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 



241 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



5143 



pt. i, v. 9 



Down to the sea ; original story by 
Eustace L. Adams, Wellyn Totman, 
and Win. Ulman, jr., screen play by 
Wellyn Totman and Robert Lee 
Johnson, supervised by Armand 
Schaefer, directed by Lewis D. Col- 
lins. 7 reels. © July 20, 1936 ; 2 c. 
and description July 21 ; L 6477 ; 
Republic pictures Corp., New York. 

5143 

Earthworm tractors; from the stories 
by William Hazlett Upson, screen 
play by Richard Macauley, Joe 
Traub and Hugh Cummings, di- 
rected by Raymond Enright. 7 
reels, © July 14, 1936; 2 c. and 
description July 15 ; L 6462 ; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New 
York. 5144 

Easy money ; story by Paul Perez and 
Ewart Adamson, adaptation and 
screen play by Arthur T. Hornian, 
directed by Phil Rosen. 7 reels. © 
July 14, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
July 14 ; L 6461 ; Invincible pictures 
corp., New York. 5145 

Farmer Al Falfa in the hot spell ; by 
Paul Terry, Mannie Davis and 
George Gordon. Reel. © June 10, 
1936; 2 c. and description July 14; 
M 6620 ; Terrytoons, inc., New 
Rochelle, N. Y. 5146 

Final (The) hour ; story and screen, 
play by Harold Shumate, directed 
by D. Ross Lederman. 6 reels. © 
July 6, 1936; 2 c. July 6; descrip- 
tion July 8 ; L 6456 ; Columbia pic- 
tures corp., of Calif., ltd., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5147 

Fish tales ; animation by Don Wil- 
liams and Bob McKimson, pro- 
duced by Leon Schlesinger. (Looney 
tune cartoon no. 8) Reel. © July 
27, 1936 ; 2 c. and description July 28 ; 
M 6644; Vitaphone corp., New York. 

5148 

Flippen's frolics ; directed by Milton 
Schwarzwald. 2 reels. © July 2, 
1936 ; 2 c. July 2 ; description July 3 ; 
L 6447 ; Universal pictures corp., 
New York. 5149 

Fox movietone news ; v. 18, Laurence 
Stallings editor. 1 reel each. © 
Movietonews, inc., New York. 

5150—5154 
No. 77. © July 8, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription July 24; M 6632. 
No. 78. © July 15, 1936; 2 c. and 

description July 24; M 6631. 
No. 79-81. © July 15, 18, 1936; 2 c. 
and description each July 24 ; M 
6633-6635. 



Go-get-'em-Haines ; original story and 
adaptation by George Sayre, di- 
rected by Sam Newfield. 7 reels. 
© June 29, 1936; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion July 23 ; L 6479 ; Republic pic- 
tures corp., New York. 5155 

Going places with Lowell Thomas. 1 

reel each. © Universal pictures 

corp., New York. 5156-5157 

No. 24, narrated by Lowell Thomas, 

produced by Charles E. Ford. © 

July 2, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 

July 3 ; M 6606. 

No. 25, story by and directed by 
Charles E. Ford. © July 23, 1936 ; 
2 c. and description July 24; M 

6628. 

Greedy Humpty Dumpty ; animation 
by David Tendlar and William 
Sturm, direction by Dave Fleischer. 
Reel. © July 10, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription July 15; M 6624; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 5158 

Green (The) pastures; a fable by 
Marc Connelly, suggested by Roark 
Bradford's southern sketches 01' 
man Adam an' his chillun', directed 
by Marc Connelly and William 
Keighley. 10 reels. © July 15, 1936 ; 
2 c. and description July 15 ; L 6463 ; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New 
York. 5159 

Heart of the W T est ; from a novel by 
Clarence E. Mulford, screen play by 
Doris Schroeder, directed by Howard 
Bretherton. 7 reels. © July 10, 
1936; 2 c. and description July 27; 
L 6487; Paramount productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 5160 

Hearts divided ; screen play by Laird 
Doyle and Casey Robinson, directed 
by Frank Borzage. 9 reels. © June 
29, 1936; 2 c. and description July 
27 ; L 6483 ; Warner bros. pictures, 
inc., New York. 5161 

Hearts in bondage; original story by 
Wallace Macdonald, adaptation by 
Karl Brown, screen play by Bernard 
Schubert-Olive Cooper, directed by 
Lew Ayres. 8 reels. © July 10, 
1936; 2 c. and description July 13; 
L 6459; Republic pictures corp., 
New York. 5162 

Hill-tillies ; directed by Gus Meins. (A 
Hal Roach comedy) 2 reels. © 
June 25, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
July 6; L 6449; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 5163 



242 



MOTION PICTURES 



no. 7, 193G 



5193 



Historic Rhineland. 1 reel each. © 
Burton Holmes films, inc., Chicago. 

5164, 5165 

No. 102S. Silent version. © Mar. 

27, 1936 ; 2 c. July 6 ; description 

July 24 ; M 6639. 
No. 2009. Sound version. © Mar. 

27, 1936 ; 2 c. and description July 

6 ; M 6640. 

Hot money ; from an idea by Aben 
Kandel, screen play by William 
Jacobs, directed by William McGann. 
7 reels. © July 14, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription July 15; L 6464; Warner 
bros. pictures, inc., New York. 5160 

I'm a big shot now ; animation by Jack 
Carr and Riley Thomson. (Merrie 
melody in technicolor) Reel. © 
July 23, 1936; 2 c. and description 
July 2S; M 6642; Vitaphone Corp., 
New York. 5167 

I wanna be a life guard ; animated by 
David Tendlar and William Sturm, 
directed by Dave Fleischer. Reel. 
© June 26, 1936; 2 c. July 14; de- 
scription July 10 ; M 6618 ; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 5168 

Jailbreak ; screen play by Robert D. 
Andrews and Joseph Hofman, di- 
rected by Nick Grinde. 6 reels. © 
July 20, 1936; 2 c. and description 
July 22 ; L 6478 ; Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 5169 

Job. See Sins of man. 

Let it be me. (Merrie melody in 
technicolor) Reel. © July 25, 
1936; 2 c. and description July 28'; 
M 6643 ; Vitaphone Corp., New York. 

5170 

Let's get nioviii'. Reel. © July 24, 
1936 ; 2 c. and description July 27 ; 
M 6637 : Paramount pictures, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 5171 

Maddened (The) herd. See Phantom 
(The) rider. 

Magic (The) of oil; the inside story 
of Esso motor oil, by John Bransby. 
4 reels. © Apr. 15, 1936: 2 c. and 
description July 7 ; M 6612 ; Esso, 
inc., New York. 5172 

Major Bowes' amateur parade ; epi- 
sode 3. Reel. © July 3, 1936; 2 
c. and description July 6; L 6448; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 

5173 

Moor Noro Wolfe ; story by Rex Stout, 
screen play by Howard J. Green, 



Bruce Manning and Joseph Anthony, 
directed by Herbert Biberman. 7 
reels. © June 29, 1936; 2 c. June 
•2U: description July 8; L 6455; Co- 
lumbia pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., 
Hollywood, Calif. 5174 

Mister Smarty ; story by George 
Crone, screen play by John Grey, di- 
rected by Preston Black. 2 reels. 
© June 30, 1936 ; 2 c. June 30 ; de- 
scription July 17 ; L 6473 ; Columbia 
pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5175 

Music is magic; based on play by 
Gladys linger and Jesse Lasky, jr., 
screen play* by Edward Eliscu and 
Lou Breslow, directed by George 
Marshall. 7 reels. © Nov. 1, 1935 ; 
2 c. and description July 16, 1936 ; 
L 6471 ; Twentieth century-Fox film 
corp, New York. 5176 

Novelty (The) shop; story by Sid 
Marcus, animation by Art Davis, 
produced by Charles Mintz in tech- 
nicolor. Reel. © July 29, 1936; 2 
c. July 27 ; description July 30 ; M 
6649; Screen gems, inc., Los An- 
geles. 5177 

01' man Adam an' his chillun'. See 
Green (The) pastures. 

Paramount news; no. 81-90. 1 reel 
each. © May 7, 11, 14, 18, 21, 25s 
28, June 1, 4, 8, 1936; 2 c. and de- 
scription each July 1 ; M 6594-6603 ; 
Paramount pictures, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 5178-5187 

Paramount pictorial 5; no. 12. Reel. 
© June 19, 1936; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion July 1 ; M 6593 ; Paramount 
pictures, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

5188 

Phantom (The) rider; directed by Ray 
Taylor. 2 reels each. © Universal 
productions, inc., New York. 

5189-5193 

Chap. 2, The maddened herd, origi- 
nal screen play by George Plymp- 
ton, Basil Dickey and Ella O'Neill. 

© June 29, 1936; 2 c. July 1; de- 
scription June 30; L 6446. 

Chap. 3, The brink of disaster, origi- 
nal screen play by George Plymp- 
ton, Basil Dickey and Ella O'Neill. 
© July 6, 1936; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion July 7; L 6454. 

Chap. 4, The phantom rides, origi- 
nal screen play by George Plymp- 
ton, Basil Dickey, Ella O'Neill. 
© Julv 14, 1936 ; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion July 15 ; L 6466. 



243 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



;i94 



pt. i, v. 9 



Phantom (The) rider — Continued. 

Chap. 5, Trapped by outlaws, story 
by George Plympton, Basil Dickey, 
and Ella O'Neill. © July 21, 
1936 ; 2 c. and description July 23 ; 
L 6481. 

Chap. 6, Shot down, story by George 
Plympton, Basil Dickey and Ella 
O'Neill. © July 28, 1936 ; 2 c. and 
description July 29; L 6493. 

Phantom (The) rides. See Phantom 
(The) rider. 

Playing politics ; story by Allen Rose, 
animation by Harry Love. Reel. 
© July 10, 1936; 2 c. July 10; de- 
scription July 13 ; M *6617 ; Screen 
gems, inc., Los Angeles. 5194 

Popular science ; no. 6, narrator 
Gayne Whitman. Reel. © July 17, 
1936 ; 2 c. and description July 24 ; 
M 6630; Paramount pictures, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 5195 

Public enemy's wife ; story by P. J. 
Wolfson, screen play by Abem Finkel 
and Harold Buckley, directed by 
Nick Grinde. 7 reels. © July 15, 
1936 ; 2 c. and description July 16 ; 
L 6469 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 5196 

Puddy the pup and the Gypsies ; by 
Paul Terry, Mannie Davis and 
George Gordon. Reel. © June 24, 
1936; 2 c. and description July 14; 
M 6619; Terrytoons, inc., New Ro- 
chelle, N. Y. 5197 

Raiders of Spanish Peaks. See Ari- 
zona (The) raiders. 

Return (The) of Sophie Lang; from 
stories by Frederick Irving Ander- 
son, screen play by Brian Marlow 
and Patterson McNutt, directed by 
George Archainbaud. 7 reels. © 
July 3, 1936; 2 c. and description 
July 6 ; L 6452 ; Paramount produc- 
tions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 5198 

Rhythm (The) party; story by Sig- 
mund Spaeth, directed by Fred 
Waller. Reel. © June 26, 1936; 
2 c. and description July 6 ; M 6607 ; 
Paramount pictures, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 5199 

Robinson Crusoe ; adapted from Daniel 
Defoe's immortal story and inter- 
preted by Uncle Don, directed by 
M. A. Wetherell. 3 reels. © July 
1, 1936 ; 2 c. and description July 20 ; 
L 6474 ; Guaranteed pictures co., 
inc., New York. 5200 

St. Helena and its man of destiny. 
(A James A. Fitzpatrick traveltalk) 



Reel. © July 8, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription July 27; M 6636; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

5201 

San Francisco ; from the story by 
Robert Hopkins, screen play by 
Anita Loos. 12 reels. © June 22. 
1936 ; 2 c. and description July 10 ; L 
6457 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., 
New York. 5202 

Satan met a lady ; based on a story 
by Dashiell Hammett, directed by 
William Dieterle. 8 reels. © July 
1, 1936 ; 2 c. and description July 27 ; 
L 6484 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 5203 

Shakedown ; story by Barry Shipman, 
screen play by Grace Neville, di- 
rected by David Selman. 6 reels. © 
July 13, 1936 ; 2 c. July 14 ; descrip- 
tion July 16 ; L 6468 ; Columbia pic- 
tures corp. of Calif., ltd., Hollywood, 
Calif. 5204 

Shanghaied shipmates ; animation by 
Paul Smith and Joe D'Igalo, pro- 
duced bv Leon Schlesinger. (Looney 
tunes) Reel. © July 6, 1936; 2 c. 
and description July 6; M 6610; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 5205 

Shorty at the seashore ; narrated by 
Harry Yon Zell, commentary by 
Justin Herman. Reel. © July 3, 
1936; 2 c. and description July 24; 
M 6629; Paramount pictures, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 5206 

Shot down. See Phantom (The) rider. 

Sins of man ; from the story Job by 
Joseph Roth, adaptation by Fred- 
erick Kohner and Dr. Ossip Dynow, 
screen play by Samuel G. Engel, di- 
rected by Otto Brower and Gregory 
Ratoff. 9 reels. © June 19, 1936; 
2 c. and description July 29 ; L 6491 ; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., 
New York. 5207 

Spendthrift ; based on the original 
story Spendthrift by Eric Hatch, 
screen play by Raoul Walsh and 
Bert Hanlon, directed by Raoul 
Walsh. 8 reels. © July 10, 1936; 
2 c. and description July 15 ; L 6467 ; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5208 

Sporting comparisons ; narrated by 
Ted Husing. (Sportlight) Reel. © 
July 3, 1936; 2 c. and description 
July 6 ; M 6608 ; Paramount pictures, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 5209 



244 



MOTION PICTUEES 



no. 7, 1936 



5234 



Stranger than fiction ; no. 24, nar- 
rated by James Wallington, pro- 
duced by Charles E. Ford. Reel. © 
July 14, 1936; 2 c. and description 
July 15: M (5623; Universal pictures 
Corp., New York. 521/) 

Suzy : from the novel by Herbert Gor- 
man, screen play by Dorothy Parker, 
Alan Campbell, Horace Jackson and 
Lenore Coffee, directed by George 
Fitzmaurice. 9 reels. © July 21, 
11)3(5; 2 c. and description July 28; 
L (54S8 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., 
New York. 5211 

Three cheers for love ; original story 
by George Marion, jr., screen play by 
Barry Trivers, directed by Ray Mc- 
Carey. 7 reels. © June 26, 1936; 
2 c. and description July 20 ; L 6476 ; 
Paramount productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5212 
Ticket to paradise ; original story by 
David Silverstein, screen play by 
Jack Natteford and Nathanael West, 
directed by Aubrey Scotto. 7 reels. 
© July 10, 1936; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion July 13 ; L 6458 ; Republic pic- 
tures Corp., New York. 5213 
Touring the sport world ; narrative by 
Jack Kofoed, described by Ford 
Bond. (New world of sports) 
Reel. © July 8, 1936; 2 c. July 8; 
description July 10; M 6616; Co- 
lumbia pictures corp., New York. 

5214 
Trapped by outlaws. See Phantom 

(The) rider. 
Two against the world ; screen play 
by Michael Jacoby, directed by Wil- 
liam McGann. 6 reels. © July 18, 
1936; 2 c. and description July 20; 
L 6475 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 5215 

Two little pups. (A happy harmonies 
cartoon in technicolor) Reel. © 
June 25, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
July 6; M 6611; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 5216 
Undersea kingdom ; episode 1-6, orig- 
inal story by Tracy Knight and John 
Rathmell. screen play by John Rath- 
mell, Maurice Geraghty and Oliver 
Drake, directed by B. Reeves Eason 
and Joseph Kane. 13 reels. © May 
30, 1936; 2 c. and description July 
6; L 6451; Republic pictures corp.. 
New York. 5217 



Universal newsreel. 1 reel each. © 
Universal pictures corp., New York. 
521S-5227 
No. 461, 462. © May 26, 29, 1936; 
2 c. June 29 ; description July 1 ; 
M 6604, 6605. 
No. 463, 464. © June 2, 5, 1936; 2 c. 
each .July 6; description each July 
8; M 6614, 6615. 
No. 465, 466. © June 9, 12, 1936; 
2 c. each July 13 ; description each 
July 15 ; M 6621, 6622. 
No. 467, 468. © June 16, 19, 1936; 
2 c. each July 20; description each 
July 22; M 6626, 6627. 
No. 469, 470. © June 23, 26, 1936; 
2 c. each July 27 ; description each 
July 29; M 6645, 6646. 
Untrained (The) seal; story by Art 
Davis, animation by Sid Marcus, 
produced by Charles Mintz. Reel. 
© July 6, 1936 ; 2 c. July 6 ; descrip- 
tion July 8; M 6613; Screen gems, 
inc., Los Angeles. 5228 

Vacation sports; no. 1862. Reel. © 
July 29, 1936; 2 c. and description 
July 29; M 6647; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 5229 

Vincent Lopez & his orchestra ; no. 
1959, directed by Joseph Henabery. 
Reel. © July 6, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription July 6 ; M 6609 ; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 5230 

Vitaphone entertainers; no. 1972. 
Reel. © July 28, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription July 29; M 6648; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 5231 
We went to college ; story by George 
Oppenheimer and Finley Peter 
Dunne, jr., screen play by Richard 
Maibaum and Maurice Rapf, directed 
by Joseph Santley. 7 reels. © July 
2, 1936 ; 2 c. and description July 27; 
L 6485 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 5232 
Winds of the wasteland ; screen play 
and original story by Joseph Po- 
land, directed by Mack V. Wright. 
6 reels. © July 6, 1936; 2 c. and 
description July 6; L 6450; Repub- 
lic pictures corp., New York. 5233 
You're not built that way ; directed by 
Dave Fleischer. (Betty Boop car- 
toon) Reel. © July 17, 1936; 2 c. 
and description July 20; M 6625; 
Paramount pictures, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5234 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the catalog since Jan. 1, 1936: 

Motion- picture photoplays 467 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 569 

Total 1,036 

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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

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



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 



1936 

VOLUME 9 
No. 8 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1936 



rpHE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Group 3, 
-*• issued monthly, contains titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. 
Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles of the entries made in 
Class " D ", Dramatic compositions, and Dramatico-musical compositions, ar- 
ranged alphabetically by title; class " L ", Motion-picture photoplays; and 
Class " M ", Motion pictures other than photoplays, arranged alphabetically by 
title. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, the preliminary 
entry of titles has been abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with 
an application for entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: " D ", Class D, 
Dramatic compositions; " L ", Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; and " M ", 
Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. " © " implies copyright regis- 
tration of a published work followed by date of publication; " © 1 c." stands for 
copyright of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copyright 
Office of the printed or manuscript copy; and " 2 c." for two copies, followed by 
date of their receipt. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been 
renewed under section 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this issue 
immediately following the drama list. 

Imprints. — When the publishers of dramatic compositions are also the claim- 
ants of copyright, their names are omitted from the imprint. 

The annual index contains the names of all copyright proprietors, the names 
of authors and titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion 
pictures. 

The act of March 4, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries " shall 
be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as 
regards any copyright registration." 

The annual subscription price for the Catalog of Copyright Entries (received 
only for the calendar year) for Part 1, Group 3, is $2.00 for 1936, payable in 
advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money 
order, express order, or New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices 
of the various parts of the Catalog are now as fellows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3. 00 

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

Lectures, and Maps 3. 00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures 2. 00 

Part 2, Periodicals 2.00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions 3.00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations 2. 00 

Single numbers (except Book leaflets) .50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2. 00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10. 00 



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The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or 
articles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the 
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The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
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Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
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by such claimant prior to December 31, 1936. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical composi- 
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photographs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs 
filed for identifying works of art may not be returned. No maps are 
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Congress, Washington, D. 0. 



CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



Actors eat too ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
J. Colligan and P. Hecht. © 1 c. 
June 29, 1936 ; D 43998 ; James Col- 
ligan and Peter Hecht, New York. 

5235 

After October. Sec Famous plays of 
1935-6. 

Afternoon man ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
R. L. Shurr. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1936; 
D 44352 : Robert L. Shurr, Brooklyn. 

5236 

Algy's mother comes home ! Sec 
Health series. 

Alka-nox jockey club of the air ; script 
no. 1, by D. H. Clark. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 
1936; D 44383; Donald H. Clark, 
Beverly Hills, Calif. 5237 

All editions ; a play in 3 acts, by C. 
Washburn. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 1936; D 
44068 ; Charles Washburn, New York. 

5238 

All we like sheep . . . ; a peace play in 
1 act, by Ethel Gesner Rockwell. 
Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. 
[1936] 43 p. 12mo. ( [Baker's roy- 
alty plays]) © Aug. 11, 1936; 2 c. 
Aug. 17 ; D 44196 ; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 5239 

American (The) princess (Revised 
book of ) ; an operetta in 2 acts, by 
Boris De Tanka and L. A. Browne, 
revised from a 3-act drama of the 
same title. Text. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 
1936 ; D 44384 ; Lewis Allen Browne, 
West Englewood, N. J. 5240 

America's contribution ; a screen script, 
by Belle Riley, from Living pictures 
of a soul, by the same author. © 
1 c. June 22, 1936; D 44058; Belle 
Beatrice Riley, Los Angeles. 5241 

Ann Worth-housewife ; bv Thomas 
Dougall. Nos. A-106— A-lll. © 1 c. 
each Aug. 12, 1936 D 44146-44151; 
King-Trendle broadcasting Corp., De- 
troit. 5242-5247 

nos. A-112, A-113. © 1 c. 

each Aug. 21, 1936 ; D 44265, 44266 ; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 5248, 5249 



nos. A-114, A-115. © 1 c. 

each Aug. 25, 1936; D 44371, 41372; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 5250. 5251 

Another spring; a romantic drama in 
a prologue and 3 acts, by Priscilla 
Wayne [pseud, of Besse Toulouse 
Sprague] and Wayne Sprague. Chi- 
cago [1936] 77 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
Aug. 24, 1936 ; 2 c. Aug. 29 ; D 44455 ; 
Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 5252 

Aren't men beasts ! a farce in 3 acts, by 
V. Sylvaine. © 1 c. July 14, 1936; D 
44064 ; Vernon Sylvaine, London. 

5253 

As we dream ; a play in prologue, 2 acts 
and epilogue, by John Burton [i. e. 
E. J. Burton] © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1936; 
D 44023; Edgar John Burton, Bev- 
erly Hills^ Calif. 5254 

Assignment for tomorrow ; a play in 3 
acts, bv M. Singer and F. Zunser. © 
1 c. Aug. 8, 1936; D 44432; Mary 
Singer and Florence Zunser, Brook- 
lyn. 5255 

Astonished (The) heart. See To-night 
at 8 : 30. 

Auf wiedersehn am Stolpchensee ! ein 
heiteres stuck in 3 akten, von Walde- 
mar Frank. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1936 ; D 
44291 ; Biihnenvertrieb Gustav Griin- 
dig, Berlin. 525G 

August 14th ; an insurance play on pres- 
tige building, by Laflin C. Jones. © 
1 c. Aug. 8, 1936; D 44109; Olivia 
Orth, Milwaukee. 5257 

Awake and sing. Sec Famous plays of 
1935-6. 

B. U. M. (Bureau of unattached men) ; 
a play in 3 acts, by J. Warley. © 

1 c. Aug. 7, 1936; D 44090; Jack 
Warley, New York. 5258 

Baker's treasure chest ; twenty-five 
platform readings, by Olive White 
Fortenbacher. Boston, Mass., Los 
Angeles, Cal. [1936] 127 p. 12mo. 
(Baker's plays) © May 29, 1936; 

2 c. June 11; aff. June 10; A 94866; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 5259 



93929—36- 



247 



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5260 



pt. i, v. 9 



Barbarian ; a play in 2 acts, by Roy 
Squire. © 1 c. July 31, 1936; D 
44218; Roy P. Squire, Chicago. 

5260 

Beautiful (The) lady; a farce in 1 
act, by R. F. Schwartz. © 1 c. Aug. 
21, 1936; D 44259; Ruth Franklin 
Schwartz, Newark, N. J. 5261 

Bedtime for Ali Baba; a play in 3 
acts, by H. T. Madden. © 1 c. July 
30, 1936; D 43999; Harry Timothy 
Madden, New York. 5262 

Bee and Esther, the buggy pushers; 
episodes 2, 4, by E. S. Borovsky and 
B. R. Horween. © 1 c. July 9, 
1936; D 43997; Esther S. Borovsky 
and Beatrice R. Horween, Chicago. 

5263 

Beneath the weeds; a play in 3 acts, 
by J. Wexley. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1936; 
D 44425; John Wexley, Ottsville, 
Pa. 5264 

Between the devil ; a comedy in 2 acts, 
with music, by H. Dietz. Text. © 
1 c. Aug. 18, 1936; D 44230; How- 
ard Dietz, New York. 5265 

Birth control in politics; by A. Lip- 
schutz. © 1 c. Aug v 31, 1936; D 
44474; Abe Lipschutz, New York. 

5266 

Bi-ways of love ; continuities nos. 1, 2, 
a radio play, by R. B. Logan and 
D. Norman. © 1 c. each Aug. 8, 
1936 ; D 44392, 44393 ; Robert Briggs 
Logan and Donald Norman, Chicago. 

5267, 5268 

Blindmaus holiday; a play in 2 acts, 
by Hamilton Wright. Copy depos- 
ited incomplete, Scene 3 of Act 2 will 
be applied for later. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1936: D 44193; Hamilton White 
Wright, Hempstead, L. I., N. Y. 

5269 

Bock ; a play in 3 acts, by A. H. More- 
bead. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1936 ; D 44281 ; 
Albert H. Moreheacl, New York. 

5270 

Boosting battery business ; June 23, 
1930, by Jam Handy picture service, 
inc. © 1 c. July 31, 1936 ; D 44385 ; 
B. F. Goodrich co., Akron, O. 5271 

Boy (The) and the horse; by R. N. W. 
Chaney. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1936; D 
4425S ; Rogers Nathaniel Williams 
Chaney. Tujunga, Calif. 5272 

Brains; a play in 3 acts, by Arthur 
Mann. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1936; D 
44440 ; Arthur William Mann, Forest 
Hills, N. Y. 5273 



Bread and brother ; a play in 3 parts, 
by M. Bressler. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 1936 ; 
D 44060 ; Max Bressler, Brooklyn. 

5274 

Bride by proxy; a play in 3 acts, by 
Clara M. Jelliffe. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 
1936; D 44479; Clara Marston Jel- 
liffe, Hollywood, Calif. 5275 

Brides' (The) school; episode 1, a ra- 
dio series, bv L. Buelow. Version 1. 
© 1 c. July 23, 1936 ; D 44187 ; Leola 
Buelow, New York. 5276 

Bridge in Singapore; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Wolfgang Herzer, translated 
into English by Gertrude B. Jansson, 
English version for the English 
speaking stage, by Macklym Hartyl. 
© 1 c. July 30, 1936; D 43471; 
Thomas E. H. Black, Detroit. 5277 

Brotherhood of man ; a play in 2 epi- 
sodes, by B. F. White. © 1 c. Aug. 
27, 1936; D 44420; Bessie F. White, 
Brookline, Mass. 5278 

Bumps Malone ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
J. O. Kesselring. Rev. version. Pre- 
viously copyrighted under title: His 
intentions were good. © 1 c. Aug. 
25, 1936 ; D 44412 ; Joseph O. Kessel- 
ring, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on material changes in scen- 
ery, dialogue, characters and situa- 
tions.] . 5279 

California's hour; by Lord & Thomas 
radio department. July 27, 1936. © 
1 c. Aug. 3, 1936; D 44024; Lord & 
Thomas, Los Angeles. 5280 

Aug. 3, 1936. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 

1936 ; D 44108 ; Lord & Thomas. Los 
Angeles. 5281 

Aug. 10'. 1936. © 1 c. Aug. 

17, 1936; D 44205; Lord & Thomas, 
Los Angeles. 5282 

Aug. 17, 1936. © 1 c. Aug. 

24, 1936; D 44298; Lord & Thomas, 
Los Angeles. 5283 

Aug. 24, 1936. © 1 c. Aug. 

31, 1936; D 44476; Lord & Thomas, 
Los Angeles. 5284 

Call it a day. Sec Famous plays of 
1935-6. 

Call (The) of the sea ; text and music, 
by John Wood Logan. © 1 c. Aug. 
11, 1936; D 39116; John W. Logan, 
Beacon, N. Y. 5285 

Can (The) ; a farce in 3 acts, by San 
Wayne [pseud, of R. Coons] © 1 c. 
Aug. 28, 1936; D 44421; Rudolph 
Coons, Germantown, N. Y. 5286 



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no. 8, 1936 



5306 



Captain Kidd junior; episodes 1, 2, a 
radio serial, by Russ Johnston. © 
1 c. July 31, 1936; D 44075; Radio 
transcription co. of America, ltd., 
Hollywood, Calif. 5287 

Carpenter (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
E. Scribner and A. E. Mac-Arthur. 
© 1 c. July 27, 1936 ; D 44247 ; Ed- 
win Scribner, Augusta, Me., and Al- 
fred E. MacArthur, Reading, Mass. 

5288 

Casey Jones; a play in 3 acts, by R. 
Ardrey. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1936; D 
44302; Robert Ardrey, Chicago. 

5289 

Cassandra speaks ; by C. Davis. © 
1 c. Aug. 6, 1936; D 44077; Claire 
Davis, New York. 5290 

Castle of charm; by J. J. Spencer. © 
1 c. Aug. 14, 1936; D 44169; Jeanne 
Jordan Spencer, Minneapolis. 

5291 

Cavalcade (The) of Texas, an empire 
on parade ; by Jan Isbell Fortune 
and Clinton Bolton. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 
1936; D 44342; Texas centennial 
central exposition, Dallas. 5292 

Charley Chase — super-salesman ; [no. 
1] by Thomas McKnight and Mort 
Lewis. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1936; D 
44011 ; McKnight and Jordan, inc.. 
New York. 5293 

Chemistry (The) club of the air; 
scripts nos. 1, 2, by J. H. Beck. © 

1 c. each Aug. 28, 1936; D 44422; 
Joseph H. Beck, Minneapolis. 5294 

Chief for a day ; a comedy drama in 1 
act, by Virginia Thornton King. 
Syracuse. N. Y., The Willis N. Bug- 
bee co., 1936. 16 p. 12mo. (Bug- 
bee's juvenile plays) © Aug. 25, 
1936 ; 2 c. Aug. 29 ; D 44451 ; Willis 
N. Bugbee, Syracuse. 5295 

Christ (The) of the Andes; or, The 
pledge of peace, a play written by 
5th grade children, Edgemont school, 
Montclair, N. J., edited by E. B. 
Robbins. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1936; D 
44189; Elizabeth B. Robbins, West 
Orange, N. J. 5296 

Christmas comes to Aunt Kate ; a com- 
edy in 1 act, by Mabel Crouch. Sy- 
racuse. N. Y., The Willis N. Bugbee 
co., 1936. 20 p. 12mo. (Bugbee's 
Christmas plays) © Aug. 25, 1936; 

2 c. Aug. 29; D 44446; Willis N. 
Bugbee, Syracuse. 5297 



Christmas justice ; an operetta in 2 
scenes for children's voices, text and 
music by G. K. Johnston, music ar- 
ranged by Isabel Perry. © 1 c. 
July 22, 1936; D 39119; Gladys K. 
Johnston, Los Angeles. 5298 

Christmas novelties ; a collection of 
easy entertainments for Christmas, 
by Agnes Dubbs Hays and Arthur 
Leroy Kaser. Boston, Mass., Los 
Angeles, Cal. [1936] 94 p. 12mo. 
Contents. — The stocking's toe. — 
Lost : One little tin soldier. — Gid- 
dap ! Giddap ! — Christmas cheer. — 
Christmas fable. — Shine, little can- 
dle, glimmer. — Santa's sleight of 
hand. — Santa Claus a la moderne. — 
'Twas the fright before Christmas. — 
Here comes Santa Claus ! — Believe 
it or not, I'm Santa Claus. © Aug. 
7, 1936: 2 c. Aug. 17; D 44202; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 5299 

Christinas (The) story; a miracle 
play with music [text] by Ruth Ad- 
kinson and Pearl Booth, [music by 
Pearl Booth] Syracuse, N. Y., The 
Willis N. Bugbee co., 1936. 18 p. 
8vo. © Aug. 25, 1936 ; 2 c. Aug. 29 ; 
D 39124 ; Willis N. Bugbee, Syracuse. 

5300 

Christmas without Patsy ; a play in 1 
act, by Mabel Crouch. Syracuse, 
N. Y., The Willis N. Bugbee co., 
1936. 19 p. 12mo. (Bugbee's 
Christmas plays) © Aug. 25, 1936; 

2 c. Aug. 29; D 44445; Willis N. 
Bugbee, Syracuse. 5301 

Church's (The) one foundation; SH- 
115, a program for pledge Sunday, 
by I. L. Terradell. © 1 c. July 18, 
1936; D 44180; Inez L. Terradell, 
Pismo Beach, Calif. 5302 

Cinderella (The) complex; a play in 

3 acts, by Kathleen Fitzgerald 
[pseud, of M. Van Casteel] © 1 c. 
Aug. 26, 1936; D 44404; Mary Van 
Casteel, Washington. 5303 

Cinderella in pants; a play in 3 acts, 
by E. E. Olson. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1936 ; 
D 44033; Esther E. Olson, Milwau- 
kee. 5304 

Comedy (The) of terrors ; a 1-act play, 
by J. R. De River. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 
1936 ; D 44478 ; Jessie Ross De River, 
San Francisco. 5305 

Conspiration (Une) ; piece en 2 actes, 
de F. de Croisset. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 
1936; D 44470; Francis de Croisset, 
Paris. 5306 



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5807 



pt. i, v. 9 



Constantinople '21; an episode during 
the Kemalist revolution in Turkey, 
1921, in 4 acts, by L. Newell. © 
1 c. Aug. 26, 1936; D 44366; Laura 
Newell, New York. 5307 

Corpus delicti; a comedy in, 1 act, by 
J. S. Dudley. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1936; 
D 44137; John Stuart Dudley, New 
York. 5308 

Cosima (Fire magic) ; a play in 2 acts 
and a prologue, by A. Vecsey, with 
music of Richard Wagner. Text. © 
1 c. Aug. 4, 1936; D 44418; Armand 
Vecsey, New York. 5309 

Cost (The) of silence; by A. K. Mosh- 
er. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1936 ; D 44431 ; 
Alma K. Mosher, Van Nuys, Calif. 

5310 

Count me a stranger; a play in 3 
acts, by J. Kanner and F. Winikus. 
© 1 c. July 27, 1936; D 44216; 
Francis Winikus and Jerome Kan- 
ner, New York. 5311 

Cousin Adelaide is psychic; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by David O. Woodbury. 
© 1 c. Aug. 20, 1936; D 44249; 
David Oakes Woodbury, Ogunquit, 
Me. 5312 

Cranford ; by Mrs. Gaskell [i. e. Eliza- 
beth Cleghorn Stevenson Gaskell] 
adapted for the screen by Perley 
Poore Sheehan. © 1 c. July 13, 
1936; D 44174; Mary Perks Bagg, 
Los Angeles. 5313 

Dame (La) de Florence. See Garrick. 

Danton ; [par] Romain Holland. 
Paris [1936] 5 p. 1., [7]-119 p. 
12mo. ( [Theatre de la revolution] ) 
© June 15, 1936; 1 c. Aug. 27; D 
44461; Albin Michel, Paris. 5314 

Daphne; a short opera, by S. B. Cas- 

sin. Text. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1936; D 

44382 ; Stephen B. Cassin, New York. 

5315 

Date (A) in Porto Bello. See Love 
tales. 

Dead end; a play in 3 acts [by] Sid- 
ney Kingsley. New York, Random 
house [1936] 155 p. plates. 8vo. 
© Aug. 10, 1936; 2 c. Aug. 14; D 
44184; Sidney Kingsley, New York. 

5316 

Deeson's discoveries in the year, 1999 ; 
a play in 3 acts, by K. K. B. Swee- 
ney. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1936 ; D 44398 ; 
K. K. Brook Sweeney, Dallas. 5317 

Descent from Olympus; a play in pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by G. A. Paddock. 



© 1 c. Aug. 24, 1936; D 44303; 
George A. Paddock, New York. 

5318 

Desordre ; comedie en 3 actes, d'Henry 
Vermeil. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1936; D 
44469; Henry Samuel Vermeil, 
Paris. 5319 

Destination unknown ; a play in 2 acts 
and a prologue, by Judith and 
David Bublick. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 1936 ; 
D 44067 ; Judith Bublick and David 
Bublick, Brooklyn. 5320 

Devil's (The) an ass; a play in 3 
acts, by D. Daniels. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 
1936 ; D 44343 ; David Daniels, New 
York. 5321 

Diamond (The) skipper; a play in 6 
acts, by L. Frett. © 1 c. July 23, 
1936 ; D 44117 ; Louise Frett, Brook- 
lyn. 5322 

Discarded (The) wife; a drama in 3 
acts, by E. M. Kelly [pseud, of E. K. 
Orcutt] © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1936; D 
44223; Elizabeth Kelly Orcutt, En- 
glewood, N. J. 5323 

Discovering friends; a play in 2 acts 
for children, by M. F. Martin. © 
1 c. Aug. 3, 1936; D 44028; Mabel 
Florence Martin, West Springfield, 
Mass. 5324 

Discriminating (The) princess; a play 
for children in 1 act, by Eva A. 
Brinker. Boston, Mass., Los An- 
geles, Cal. [1936] 1 p. 1., 17-32 p. 
12mo. ([Junior high series]) © 
Aug. 11, 1936 ; 2 c. Aug. 17 ; D 44197 ; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 5325 

Divorce for two ; a play in 4 acts, by 
Martha Pittenger. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 
1936; D 44246; Martha Katherine 
Pittenger, Albany, Ind. 5326 

Dock strike ; a play in 3 acts, by F. W. 
Ritchie. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1936; D 
44267; Frederic William Ritchie, 
San Francisco. 5327 

Docteur (Le) Sadismont ; drame en 
3 actes en prose, par Jean Vincent. 
© 1 c. July 29, 1936 ; D 44294 ; Jean 
Charles Francois Vincent, Paris. 

5328 

Doctor Barbara ; episodes 2-4, by M. 
Wood. © 1 c. each Aug. 31, 1936; 
D 44477; Morrison Wood, Chicago. 

5329 

Doctor (The) marries; a comedy in 
3 acts, by Georges de Bessar, trans- 
lated by Anna M. Star John. © 1 c. 
Aug. 8, 1936; D 44185; George 
Alexiev, New York. 5330 



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5350 



Dog racket; bv M. R. Du Mars. © 
1 c. July 23, 1936; D 44210; Miriam 
Richardson Du Mars, Topeka, Kans. 

5331 

Dollar (The) parade; SH-114, by 
Walter L. Caldwell. © 1 c. July 18, 
1936; D 44181; Duplex envelope Co., 
inc., Richmond. 5332 

Don Quixote's American quest ; a fan- 
tasy in a prologue and 5 scenes, by 
Maurice Stoller [pseud, of M. H. 
Stoller] © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1936; D 
44275; Morris Harry Stoller, New 
York. 5333 

Donna (La) silenziosa ; opera comica 
; in 3 atti, libera riduzione da Ben 
Jonson, di Stefan Zweig, musica di 
Richard Strauss, op. 80, unica tradu- 
zione italiana autorizzata di Ottone 
Schanzer. Berlin, Adolph Fiirstner 
[3 936] 111 p. 12mo. Text. © 
July 31, 1930 ; 1 c. Aug 15 ; D 44356 ; 
Richard Strauss. Garmisch Bavaria, 
Germany. 5334 

Don't call up Kitty ; a farce in 3 acts, 
by Dana Stevens. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 
1936; D 44129; Dana John Stevens, 
New York. 5335 

Down Boston way ; a drama in 3 acts 
and an epilogue, by C. C. W. Carver. 
© 1 c. Aug. 13, 1936; D 44145; 
Charles C. Williams Carver, Roch- 
ester, N. Y. 5336 

Drums ; episodes 1-21, by Vera M. 
Oldham. © 1 c. each Aug. 12, 1936 ; 
D 44441 ; Raymond R. Morgan co., 
Hollywood, Calif. 5337 

Ducks and drakes ; a domestic comedy 
in 3 acts, by E. C. Chilton and H. 
Agar. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 1936 ; D 44071 ; 
Eleanor Carroll Chilton, Louisville, 
and Herbert Agar, Lakewood, N. J. 

5338 

Duffy Corners' Christmas broadcast ; 
a Christmas novelty play, by Willis 
N. Bugbee. Syracuse, N. Y., The 
Willis N. Bugbee co., 1936. 16 p. 
12mo. (Bugbee's Christinas plavs) 
© Aug. 25, 1936; 2 c. Aug. 29; 
D 44447; Willis N. Bugbee, Svra- 
cuse, N. Y. 5339 

Eagle (The) ; a play in 4 acts, by L. 
J. Calm. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1936; D 
44044 ; L. Joseph Calm, Brooklvn. 

5340 

Earl Sparling's Coco-Cola song shop; 
by Earl Sparling, Jean Grombach 
and Leonard Holton. Text. © 1 c. 
Aug. 12, 1936; D 44362; Grombach 
productions, inc., New York. 5341 



Easy church plays for children; by 
various authors. Boston, Mass., Los 
Angeles, Cal. [1936] 144 p. 12mo. 
Contents. — And the child grew be- 
fore the Lord, by Virginia Clippin- 
ger Ashley. — The wonderful lamp, 
by Frances Dyer Eckhardt. — Dark- 
ness to light, by Lucy Wetzel Mc- 
Millin. — A real representative, by 
Eva A. Brinker. — The greatest of 
these,, by Beatrice M. Casey. — A 
junior court of justice, by Eva. A. 
Brinker. — The Easter dress, by 
Mary Bennett Harrison. — Early 
Easter morning, by Hazel Bacon. — 
The glory of God, by Marie Eber- 
lin. — The Christmas fairies, by Mary 
Bennett Harrison. — The path of the 
star, by Mary Bennett Harrison. — 
Christmas gifts, by Marshall Sted- 
man. — Old thoughts made new, by 
Hazel Bacon. © July 29, 1936; 2 c. 
Aug. 17 ; D 44195 ; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 5342 

Echo of the opera ; a play in 3 acts, 
by A. Istric [pseud, of A. Istrick] 
© 1 c. July 17, 1936 ; D 44096 ; Abra- 
ham Istrick, Los Angeles. 5343 

Empire state ; a satirical fancy in 3 
acts, by J. Erskine. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 
1936; D 44326; John Erskine, New 
York. 5344 

Enchanted (The) garden; by Lucille 
Bradshaw [pseud of L. H. Brad- 
shaw] © 1 c. July 20, 1936; D 
44285 ; Lucina Henryetta Bradshaw, 
Oklahoma City. 5345 

End (The) of the road; a play in 2 
acts, by Jane Keith [pseud of M. L. 
Ker] © 1 c. Aug. 4 r 1936; D 44050; 
Mary Lilian Ker, New York. 5346 

Entente (L') cordiale; a comedy in 4 
scenes, by Davis Morgan [i. e. C. D. 
Morgan] © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1936; 
D 44039; Charles Davis Morgan, 
Paris. 5347 

Enter G-man! a melodrama in 3 acts, 
by E. J. Levy and F. Y. Lozes. © 
1 c. Aug. 8, 1936 ; D 44394 ; Edward 
J. Levy and Felicien Y. Lozes, New 
Orleans. 5348 

Exact (An) science and the auto mid- 
get races ; a revue sketch, by P. 
Joyce. © 1 c. Aug. 8, 1936; D 
44104; Phyllis Joyce, New York. 

5349 

Excuse my dust ! a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Howard Reed. Chicago [1936] 
93 p. diagr. 12mo. © Aug. 24, 
1936; 2 c. Aug. 29; D 44452; Dra- 
matic pub. co., Chicago. 5350 



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5351 



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Famous children of history ; episode 
no. 8. Robert E. Lee, by I. S. Asher 
and E. Roberts. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1936; D 44360; Inez S. Asher and 
Eniilie Roberts, Los Angeles. 5351 

Famous plays of 1935-6 ; London, 1936. 
701 p. 12mo. Contents. — St. Helena, 
by R, C. Sherriff and Jeanne de 
Casalis. — Call it a day, by Dodie 
Smith [pseud, of C. L. Anthony] 
After October, by Rodney Ack- 
land. — Red night, by James Lans- 
dale Hodson. — Awake and sing, by 
Clifford Odets. — Katie Roche, by 
Teresa Deevy. © May 11, 1936; 
1 c. June 22; D 43679; Victor Gol- 
lancz, ltd., London. 5352 

Ferry shuttle ; a play in 3 acts, by H. 
Franzblau. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1936; 
D 44355; Harold Franzblau, Pater- 
son. 5353 

Fire; a dramatic composition, by O. 
M. Mount and H. Williams. © 1 c. 
July 30, 1986; D 44287; Olive M. 
Mount and Hallam Williams, New 
York. 5354 

Fire magic. See Cosima. 

Five star Jones ; continuities nos. 4-23, 
by Addy Richton. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 
1936; D 44016; Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 5355 

Floaters (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
B. Kroll. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1936; D 
44480 ; Beatrice Kroll,. New York. 

5356 

Food (The) of love (Clara Weick and 
Robert Schumann) ; by G. Stephen- 
son. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1936 ; D 44031 ; 
Geneva Stephenson, Columbus, O. 

5357 

Francis Bacon ; ein schauspiel in 3 auf- 
ziigen, von Friedrich Billerbeck- 
Gentz. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1936; D 
44325; Neue biihnenverlag im verlag 
fur kulturpolitik, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 

5358 

Freddie's apprenticeship ; a play in 2 
acts, by C. Maly. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 
1936; D 44241; Charles Maly, New 
York. 5359 

Fresh out o' heaven; a play in 3 acts, 
by G. G. Davidson. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 
1936 ; D 44270 ; Gerald G. Davidson, 
New York. 5360 

Fumed oak. See To-night at 8 : 30. 

G-man ; a play in 3 acts, by C. G. Hast- 
ing. © 1 c. July 10, 1936 ; D 44289 ; 
Colette Goldie Hasting, St. Joseph, 
Mo. 5361 



Gang busters ; a radio broadcast pro- 
gram, by Benton & Bowles, inc. July 
29, 1936. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 1936; D 
44065; Benton & Bowles, inc., New 
York. 5362 

Aug. 5, 12, 1936. © 1 c. each 



Aug. 15, 1936 ; D 44190, 44191 ; Ben- 
ton & Bowles, inc., New York. 

5363, 5364 

Aug. 19, 1936. © 1 c. Aug. 

24, 1936 ; D 44299 ; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 5365 

Aug. 26, 1936. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 



1936; D 44475; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 5366 

Garden memories ; episode 1, a series of 
romantic-poetic stories, by E. W. Em- 
ery. © 1 c. June 22, 1936 ; D 44055 ; 
Emma Wilson Emery, Chicago. 5367 

Garrick ; on, La dame de Florence ; 
piece en 3 actes, par M. Ley-Deutsch 
et E. Rey. © 1 c. July 29, 1936 ; D 
44296 ; Maria Ley-Deutsch, Neuilly-s- 
Seine, France, and Etienne Rey, 
Paris. 5368 

General Washington — m u s i c patron. 
See White (The) House musicales. 

Gentlemen, the queel; a musical play 
in 2 acts, book by Carman Barnes, N. 
Kroll and Dee Barnes [pseud, of 
D. M. Jackson] lyrics by Dee Barnes, 
score by N. Kroll. Act 1. Text. © 

1 c. July 11, 1936 ; D 44188 ; Carman 
D. Barnes, Diantha M. Jackson and 
Nathan Kroll, New York. 5369 

Giant (The) Christmas book, no. 2; 
plays, pageants, readings, mono- 
logues, pantomimes, songs, skits, for 
junior high sehool, senior high school 
and adults, by Lenore Hetrick. Day- 
ton, O., Paine publishing co. [1936] 
316 p. 12mo. Contains music. © 
Aug. 25, 1936 ; 2 c. and aff. Aug. 26 ; 
AA 214090; Lurten M. Paine, Day- 
ton, O. 5370 

Gift of gold ; a play in 1 act, by Har- 
old J. Kennedy. Boston, Mass., Los 
Angeles, Cal. [1936] 39 p. plate. 
12mo. ([Baker's royalty plays]) 
© Aug. 13, 1936; 2 c. Aug. 17; D 
44199 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

5371 

Girl (The) and the pearls ; by R. N. W. 
Chaney. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1936; D 
44257 ; Rogers Nathaniel Williams 
Chaney, Tujunga, Calif. 5372 

Glass (The) wall ; a comedy of hate, in 

2 acts, by L. Random. © 1 c. Aug. 
12, 1936; D 44143; Louis Random, 
New York. 5373 



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no. 8, 1936 



5395 



Glorifying Gloria ; a play in 1 act for 
junior high groups, by Lindsey Bar- 
bee. Syracuse, N. Y., The Willis N. 
Bugbee co., 1936. 28 p. diagr. 
12mo. (The Young folk's series) © 
Aug. 25, 1936: 2 c. Aug. 29 ; I) 44444 : 
Willis N. Bugbee, Syracuse. 5374 

Gods (The) laugh : a play in 3 acts, by 
E. Hot ton and J. Cour. ©lc. Aug. 
17. 1986; I) 44203; Jacqueline Cour 
and Esther Hotton, Fontana, Wis. 

5375 

Golden (The) quest; a pageant, by 
Dorothy Reynolds. Syracuse, N. Y., 
The Willis N. Bugbee co., 1936. 20 p. 
12mo. (Bugbee's popular plays) © 
Aug. 25, 1936 ; 2 c. Aug. 29 ; D 44442 ; 
Willis X. Bugbee, Syracuse. 5376 

Good-night Vienna ! by Holt Marvell 
[pseud, of Eric Maschwitz] and 
George Posford, stage version by 
Sydney Box, extra lyrics by H. V. 
Purcell ; the production devised and 
staged by Frederick G. Lloyd, or- 
chestration by Arthur Wood. Lon- 
don, Play rights & publications, ltd., 
1936. 54 p. plate, diagrs. 4to. 
Text. © July 30, 1936 ; 1 c. Aug. 8 ; 
D 44092; Keith Prowse & co., ltd., 
London. 5377 

Gordon of Khartoum ; a play in a pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by S. Thompson. 
© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1936 ; D 44323 ; Syd- 
ney Thompson, New York. 5378 

Governor (The) ; a play in 1 act, by 
Edith M. Barling. [London] Play 
rights & publications, ltd., 1936. 19 
p. 8vo. (The Amateur theatre se- 
ries of plays ) © July 20. 1936 ; 1 c. 
Aug. 5 ; D 44083 ; Edith M. Barling, 
Edgbaston, Birmingham, England. 

5379 

Greater (The) glory; a pageant of the 
English martyrs, Saints John Fisher 
and Thomas More, by Sister Mary 
Donatus [i. e. Mae Nickle] Immacu- 
lata, Pa., Immaculata college [1936] 
87 p. Svo. © Apr. 29, 1936; 2 c. 
May 4; D 44359; Sister Mary Don- 
atus (Mae Nickle) Immaculata, Pa. 

5380 

Green ( The ) Hornet ; by Francis 
Striker, nos. A-50-A-53. © 1 c. 
each Aug. 12. 1936; D 44152-44155; 
King-Trendle broadcasting Corp., De- 
troit. 5381-5384 

nos. A-54, A-55. © 1 c. each 

Aug. 21, 1936 ; D 44263, 44264 ; King- 
Trendle broadcasting corp., Detroit. 
5385, 5386 



nos. A-56, A-57. © 1 c. each 

Aug. 25, 1936 : D 44369, 44370 : King- 
Trendle broadcasting corp., Detroit. 
5387, 5388 

Guess who; revue 1 sketch, by E. Meiss. 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1936; D 44007; Ed- 
win Meiss, Woodbridge, Conn. 5389 

Guiding (The) star; a Christinas 
drama, by Laura Bell. Dayton, O., 
New York [etc.] 1936. 1.5 p. 12mo. 
© Aug. 18, 1936; '2 c. Aug. 29; D 
44483 ; Lorenz pub. CO., Dayton, O. 

5390 

Haiti ; a play in 3 acts, by Frances J. 
Reynolds. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1936; 
D 44305; Frances Jackson Rey- 
nolds, Asheville, N. C. 5391 

Hamlet (Shakespeare's); interlinear 
edition prepared by George Coffin 
Taylor and Reed Smith. Boston, 
New York, London [etc.] Ginn and 
company [1936] xlix, 206 p. front., 
illus., ports., facsim. 12mo. © May 
19, 1936; 2 c. July 18; aff. July 16; 
A 96532; George Coffin Taylor, 
Chapel Hill, N. C, and Reed Smith, 
Columbia, S. C. [Copyright is 
claimed on introduction, interlinear 
glosses, interpretive footnotes, ques- 
tions, and glossary] 5391* 

Hands across the sea. See To-night 
at 8:30. 

Happy (The) journey; play in 1 act, 
by Thornton Wilder. New York, 
N. Y., Los Angeles, Calif., S. French ; 
London, S. French, ltd. [etc., etc.] 
1934. 24 p. 12mo. Rev. ed. © 
June 20, 1934; 2 c. July 25, 1935; 
D 44072; Thornton Wilder, New 
Haven. 5392 

Happy medium; a farce in 3 acts, by 
S. M. Greenstone. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 
1936; D 44139; Samuel M. Green- 
stone, Brooklyn. 5393 

Haworth hewn. See Yorkshire quar- 
ried. 

He's a mother ; a play in 2 acts, by 
Henry Jordan. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 
1936; D 44272; Henry Zolinsky, 
Brooklyn. 5394 

Headless (The) horseman; an oper- 
etta for senior high school, by S. V. 
Benet, based upon A legend of 
Sleepy Hollow, by Washington Irv- 
ing. Text. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1936; 
D 44136; Stephen Vincent Benet, 
New York. 5395 



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5396 



pt. i, v. 9 



Health series; a radio script, by A. M. 
Ketcliam. [no. 1] What happened 
to Bill Jones. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1936 ; 
D 44353 ; Anna Marie Ketcham, 
Washington. 5396 

no. 2. Algy's mother comes 



home! © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1936; D 
44354 ; Anna Marie Ketcham, Wash- 
ington. 5397 

Hell-on-two-legs ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Helen and Nolan Leary. © 1 c. 
Aug. 28, 1936; D 44427; Helen 
Leary and Nolan Leary, Hollywood, 
Calif. 5398 

Her ex-husband's wife ; a romantic 
melodrama in a prologue and 2: acts, 
by Glorine A. Delmont [pseud, of 
M. C. Wardwell] © 1 c. Aug. 20, 
1936 ; D 44429 ; May Columba Ward- 
well, Brooklyn. 5399 

Heritage; a drama in 3 acts, with a 
foreword, by Very Rev. J. McShane, 
by Louis D. Lynch. Omagh [Ire- 
land] The Northwest of Ireland 
publishing co., ltd.. 1936. 72 p. 
12mo. © June 23, 1936 ; 1 c. July 3 ; 
D 44406; Louis Dominic Lynch, 
Omagh, Ireland. 5400 

Hidden forces ; a drama in 3 acts with 
prologue and epilogue, by H. T. Zan- 
kel. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1936 ; D 44025 ; 
Harry Tevel Zankel, Brooklyn. 

5401 

Himmlische hochzeit ; eine drama- 
tisehe dichtung, 3 akte [von] Her- 
mann Heinz Ortner. Wien [1936] 
124, [1] p. 12mo. © June 10', 1936; 
1 c. Aug. 17 ; D 44320 ; Paul Zsolnay 
verlag, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 5402 

His intentions were good. See Bumps 
Malone. 

Hollywood recollections; by F. W. 
Ferrin. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1936 ; vD 
44435; Mid-west recordings, inc., 
Minneapolis. 5403 

Hollywood serenade; no. A, by L. M. 
Knopp. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 1936; D 
44062; Mid-west recordings, inc., 
Minneapolis. 5404 

Honie sweet home; chapters 311-333, 
by Barbara Miller. © 1 c. each 
Aug. 1, 1936; D 44018; Procter & 
Gramble co., Cincinnati. 5405 

Honor student; a play in 1 act, by 
Edward Scott [i. e. W. E. Scott] 
© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1936 ; D 44439 ; Wil- 
liam Edward Scott, San Francisco. 

5406 



House (A) divided; a play in 3 acts, 
by W. P. Munsell, jr., based on H. H. 
Munro's story, The unbearable 
Bassington. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1936; 
D 44310; Warren P. Munsell, jr., 
New York. 5407 

How's your social conscience? See 
Lots of humanity. 

Hullabaloo ! a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Neil E. Schaffner. Chicago [1936] 
76 p. diagr. 12mo. © Aug. 24, 
1936; 2 c. Aug. 29; D 44453; Dra- 
matic pub. co., Chicago. 5408 

Huzu ; episodes 1-6, a mystery drama, 
by C. Delevanti. © 1 c. each Aug. 
12, 1936; D 44166; Cyril Delevanti, 
Houston. 5409 

Hyacinth (The) garden; an Easter 
play in 1 act, by Jewell Bothwell Tull. 
Chicago [1936] 38 p. diagr. 12mo. 
Contains music. © Aug. 17, 1936; 
2 c. Aug. 19 ; D 44235 ; Dramatic pub. 
co., Chicago. 5410 

Im, feurigen herz, zu sankt emmeran ; 
em heiteres spiel in 7 bildern, von 
Matthaus Heilmeier. M ii n c h e n, 
1936. 80 p. 16mo. © May 27, 1936 ; 
1 c. Aug. 17 ; D 44319 ; Val. Honing, 
Munich. 5411 

Immortal fame ; an American drama 
in 7 parts, by M. Schneider. © 1 c. 
Aug. 18, 1936 ; D 44242 ; Max Schnei- 
der, Detroit. 5412 

In old Monterey ; a play in 3 acts, by 
R. Birchard. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1936; 
D 44222; Ralph Birchard, Los An- 
geles. 5413 

In the bag ; a comedy in 3 acts, by D. C. 
Gillette. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1936; D 
44433 ; Don Carle Gillette, New York. 

5414 

In the shadow of a rock; a play in 3 
acts, by E. P. Conkle. © 1 c. Aug. 
8, 1936; D 44112; Ellsworth Prouty 
Conkle, Iowa City, la. 5415 

In the well ; a comic opera in 1 act. by 
. Vilem Vlodek, translated from the 
Czech of Karel Sabina, by L. Bar- 
tusek. Text. © 1 c. July 1, 1936; 
D 44094; Libushka Bartusek, Oak 
Park, 111. 5416 

Ina ; a play in 3 acts, by T. G. Mitchell. 
© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1936; D 44082; Theo- 
dore G. Mitchell, Chicago. 5417 

Inside job. See While the city sleeps. 



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no. 8, 1936 



5430 



Irma la mala ; screen script of the 
novel of the same title, story and 
script by G. M. Dada. © 1 c. Aug. 

5, 1936: D 41066; George M. Dada. 
New York. 5418 

Isn't nature wonderful": a com< dy in 
3 acts, by D. De Vere Ditwiler. © 
1 c. Aug. 24, 1936; D 44304; Dale De 
Vere Ditwiler, Redlands, Calif. 

5419 

It can be done ; no. 1. Panama canal, 
by S. M. McPedries, jr. © 1 c. July 

6, 1936; D 44020; Sherman Miller 
McFedries. jr., Pasadena. 5420 

It pays to be decent ; a play in 3 acts, 
by C. G. Hasting. © 1 c. July 10, 
1936 : D 44288 ; Colette Goldie Hast- 
ing, St. Joseph, Mo. 5421 

It's papa who pays; a farce in 3 acts, 
by Mary Cunningham [pseud, of 
Mary Cunningham Piercel Chicago 
[1936] 100 p. 12ino. © Aug. 24, 
1936; 2 c. Aug. 29; D 44454; Dra- 
matic pub. co., Chicago. 5422 

It's time for Chevrolet ; June 22, 1936, 
by Jam Handy picture service, inc. 
© 1 c. July 31, 1936 ; D 44388 ; Chev- 
rolet motor co., Detroit. 5423 

It shines for all ; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. Fahey. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1936; D 
44036 ; Michael Fahey, Brooklvn. 

5424 

Ivanhoe ; a screen-play, by Perley Poore 
Sheehan, adapted from the novel by 
Sir Walter Scott. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 
1936 ; D 44220 ; Mary Perks Bagg, Los 
Angeles. 5425 

Jane and Billy ; a dramatic composi- 
tion, by O. Hearn. serial no. 1. © 
1 c. Aug. 24, 1936: D 44300; Olive 
Hearn, Hudson, N. Y. 5426 

serial no. 2. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 

1936 ; D 44364 ; Olive Hearn, Hudson, 
X. Y. 5427 

Jas. F. Sullivan's Spectators ; a variety 
of sketches in 2 acts, by J. F. Sulli- 
van, with music. Text. © 1 c. July 

7, 1936 ; D 44099 ; James F. Sullivan, 
New York. 5428 

Jeanne d'Arc, la jeune fille de Dom- 
remy. See Joan of Arc, the maid of 
Domremy. 

Jered ; a play in 3 acts, by M. Lord. 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1936 ; D 44276 ; Mind- 
ret Lord, Warwick. N. Y. 5429 

Jericho : a play in 3 acts, by H. L. 
Fishel. © 1 c. Aug. 14. 1936; D 
44167 ; Herman L. Fishel, New York. 

5430 



Jewel (The) thief. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Joan of Arc, the maid of Domremy. 
t Jeanne d'Arc, la jeune fdle de Dom- 
remy) : a 1-act play with music, based 
<,:. episodes of her girlhood. Three 
part J Sop., alto bass. Book and lyr- 
ics by Milnor Dorey, traditional mel- 
odies adapted by Bryceson Treharne. 
French translation, by Grace Bundy. 
Cincinnati, O. [19361 48 p. 4to. 
English and French texts. Col. illus. 
on cover. © Aug. 6, 1936; 2 c. Aug. 
8; D 39123; Willis music co., Cin- 
cinnati. 5131 

Katey-did ; an historic distortion in 2 
acts, by Beaumont Bruestle. © 1 c. 
Aug. 25, 1936; D 44350; Beaumont 
Schrader Bruestle, Merwood, Pa. 

5432 

Katie Roche. See Famous plays of 
1935-6. 

Keeping up with the Moderns ; June 
17, 1936, by Jam Handy picture serv- 
ice, inc. © 1 c. July 31, 1936; D 
44386; American stove co., Cleve- 
land. 5433 

Kinder auf zeit ; lustspiel in 3 akten, 
von Kurt Bortfeldt. © 1 c. July 23, 
1936 ; D 44292 ; Gustav Kiepenheuer 
biihnenvertriebs, g. m. b. h., Berlin - 
Charlottenberg. 5434 

King Arthur ; a screen-play, adapted 
by Perley Poore Sheehan, from the 
Arthurian cycle of legends in Le 
Morte d' Arthur, by Sir Thomas Mal- 
lory. © 1 c Aug. 4, 1936 ; D 44176 ; 
Mary Perks Bagg, Los Angeles. 

5435 

Kitty Keene. inc. ; continuities nos. 24 
E. T.-43 E. T., by Wallace K. Nor- 
man and Day Keene. © 1 c. each 
Aug. 1, 1936: D 44017; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 5436 

Koi no katami (The token of love) ; 
a fantasy in 1 act, by W. A. Whit- 
ney. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1936 ; D 4427S ; 
W. A. Whitney, Washington. 5437 

Laff parade; no. 36, by Lindsay Mac- 
Harrie. © 1 c. July 20, 1936; D 
44182 ; Radio transcription co. of 
America, ltd.. Hollywood, Calif. 

5438 

Lallapalloo ; a comic opera in 3 acts, 
by Sara E. Carsley. Text. ©1c. 
July 17. 1936; D 44095; Sara Eliza- 
beth Carsley, Calgary, Alberta, Can- 
ada. 5439 



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5440 



pt. i, v. 9 



Landing (The) of Cabrillo ; an out- 
door pageant, by M. Scott. © 1 c. 
Aug. 7, 1936; D 44085; Moralee 
Scott, San Pedro, Calif. 5440 

Leaven in the shadow ; a play in 3 
acts, by George G. Flathery [ pseud, 
of L. B. Kennedy] © 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1936; D 44402; Lucille Brown Ken- 
nedy, Dallas. 5441 

Legend (A) of Sleepy Hollow. See 
Headless (The) horseman. 

Let freedom ring ; a musical satire in 
2 acts, text by David Protzman, 
music by Carl Bierschenk. © 1 c. 
Aug. 11, 1936; D 39117; Carl E. 
Bierschenk and David Protzman, 
Jamaica, L. I., N. Y. 5442 

Liberty or death ; a pageant drama of 
the life of Patrick Henry, by T. 
Beverly Campbell. Ashland, Va., 
The Herald-progress, printers, 1936. 
96 p. 8vo. © July 8, 1936; 2 c. July 
11 ; D 44232 ; T. Beverly Campbell, 
Richmond, and Howard Southgate, 
Goshen, Mass. 5443 

Libertv square ; a drama in 10 scenes, 
bv Wilmar Edgar [i. e. H. W. Ed- 
gar] © 1 c. July 10, 1936; D 44212; 
Henrv Wilmar Edgar, Los Angeles. 

5444 

Life, liberty, and the pursuit of hap- 
piness ; [by Daniel Starch] [1936] 
30 numb. 1. 4to. © Feb. 3, 1936; 
2 c. Feb. 12; D 44358; Daniel 
Starch, New York. 5445 

Life (The) of Mary Sothern ; by Don 
Becker. scripts nos. 458-462, © 
1 c. each July 31, 1936; D 44001- 
44005; Crosley radio Corp., Cincin- 
nati. 5446-5450 

scripts nos., 463-476. scripts 



nos. 463-468. © 1 c. each Aug. 7, 
1936; scripts nos. 469^72 1 c. each 
Aug. 13; scripts nos. 473-476 1 c. 
each Aug. 20; D 44327-44340; Cros- 
ley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

5451-5464 

scripts nos. 477^79. © 1 c. 



each Aug. 25, 1936; D 44413-44415 
Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

5465-5467 

scripts nos. 480-483. © 1 c. 

each Aug. 29, 1936; D 44465-44468; 
Crosley radio Corp., Cincinnati. 

5468-5471 

Lilofee; eine dramatische ballade, von 
Manfred Hausmann. Berlin [1936] 
4 p. 1., 1 1-112, [1] p. 11. 12mo. © 



May 10, 1936 ; 1 c. Aug. 17 ; D 44316 ; 
S. Fischer verlag, a. g., Berlin. 

5472 

Limelight island ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Paul Augsburg [pseud, of P. D. 
Augsburg] and Ruth Hamilton 
[pseud, of R. H. Henry] © 1 c. 
Aug. 18, 1936; D 44231; Paul De- 
resco Augsburg, Oakland, Calif., and 
Ruth Hamilton Henry, Silvermine, 
Conn. 5473 

Lion's (The) paw; a masonic play in 
prologue and 3 acts, by H. L. Baum. 
© 1 c. Aug. 21, 1936; D 44273; 
Harry L. Baum, Denver. 5474 

Liquid courage ; a play in 1 act, by 
Edward Scott [i. e. W. E. Scott] © 
1 c. Aug. 29, 1936; D 44438; Wil- 
liam Edward Scott, San Francisco. 

5475 

Little Beda ; a drama in 4 acts, by 
L. M. Hagen. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1936; 
D 44309; Lahja Maria Hagen, Phil- 
adelphia. 5476 

Little Sister entertains ; by Lucille 
Bradshaw [pseud, of L. H. Brad- 
shaw] © 1 c. July 20, 1936; D 
44283 ; Lucina Henyretta Bradshaw, 
Oklahoma City. 5477 

Living pictures of a soul. See Ameri- 
ca's contribution. 

Lodge (The) candidate; a musical 
comedy in 2 acts, book by Frank D. 
Cure and Ralph M. Schaumann, 
music and lyrics by Frank D. Cure. 
© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1936 ; D 39118 ; Frank 
Dominguez Cure, Belleville. N. J. 

5478 

Lola Montez, her pagan majesty ; or, 
Queen errant, a screen play, by 
Perley Poore Sheehan, based on the 
life story of Lola Montez. © 1 c. 
July 25, 1936 ; D 44175 ; Mary Perks 
Bagg, Los Angeles. 5479 

Lone (The) Ranger; by Francis Strik- 
er, nos. A-148 — A-156. © 1 c. each 
Aug. 12, 1936 ; D 44156^4164 ; Lone 
Ranger, inc., Detroit. 5480-5488 

nos. A-157— A-159. © 1 c. 

each Aug. 21, 1986 ; D 44260-44262 ; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

5489^5491 

nos. A-160— A-162. © 1 c. 



each Aug. 25, 1986; D 44373^4375; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

5492-5494 

Lost springtime ; a play in 3 acts, by 
J. L. Marvin. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1936; 
D 44344 ; Jessie L. Marvin, New 
York. 5495 



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no. 8, 1936 



5516 



Lots of humanity ; or, How's your so- 
cial conscience? a comedy in 3 acts, 
by B. I). N. Grebanier. © 1 c. Aug. 
10, 1936; D 44114; Bernard D. N. 
Grebanier, New York. 5496 

Loulette ; a play in a prologue, 3 acts, 
and epilogue, by Sanieh Bellideh 
Youssouf [i. e. S. B. Youssouf-Fun- 
ston] ©lc. Aug. 5, 1936 ; D 44063 ; 
Sanieh Bellideh Youssouf-Funston, 
New York. 5497 

Love talcs; no. 31. A date in Porto 
Bello, by Lindsay MacHarric. © 1 c. 
June 5, 1986: U 44183; Radio tran- 
scription co. of America, ltd., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 541)8 

Love's children : a S-act play, by I). 
Polowe. © 1 c. Aug. 11. 1936; D 
44132; David Polowe, Paterson. 

549!) 

Love's sacrifice ! a drama in 4 acts, 
by H. Schurmann. © 1 c. July 23, 
1936; D 44293: Henry Schurmann. 
Bremerhaven, Germany. 55(H) 

Lower than angels: a play in 3 acts, 
by V. Wolf son. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1986; 
D 44245; Victor Wolfson, Brooklyn. 

5501 

Lugenwette (Die) ; schelmenspiel in 3 
aufzugen [von] Hans Friedrich 
Blunck. Berlin [1934] 138 p., 1 1. 
12mo. © Oct. 6, 1934; 1 c. Aug. 
17, 1936 : D 44317 ; Theaterverlag Al- 
bert Langen-Georg Miiller, g. m. b. h., 
Berlin. 5502 

Lying (The) hound; a play in 3 acts, 
by John Cliff [pseud, of V. J. Clif- 
ford] © 1 c. Aug. 22, 193G ; D 44301 ; 
Vernon J. Clifford, London. 5503 

Lynch ; a 1-act play, by A. E. Dein. © 

1 c. Aug. 4, 1936; D 44043; A. Ed- 
ward Dein, Los Angeles. 5504 

Macbeth (Shakespeare's) ; Interlinear 
ed. prepared by George Coffin Taylor 
and Reed Smith. Boston, New York, 
London [etc.] Ginn and company 
[1936] xlvii, 144 p. front, (map) 
illus., ports. 12mo. © May 6, 1936 ; 

2 c. July 18 ; aff . July 16 ; A 96531 ; 
George Coffin Taylor. Chapel Hill, 
N. C. and Reed Smith, Columbia, 
S. C. [Copyright is claimed on intro- 
duction, interlinear glosses, interpre- 
tive footnotes, questions and glos- 
sary | 5504* 

McXally's bulletin no. 20; vaudeville, 
burlesque, radio and stage presenta- 
tions, musical comedy, minstrelsy, 



comedy ideas, by William McNally. 
New York [1936] 87 p. 8vo. © Aug. 
31, 1936; 2 c. and aff. Sept. 2; AA 
214314 ; William McNally, New York. 

5505 

Mad (The) orang-outang. See Man- 
wolf. 

Maggie Tulliver ; a play in 3 acts, by 
R. Cauldwell and R. Lawrence, from 
the novel, The mill on the Floss, by 
George Eliot [pseud.] © 1 c. July 
22, 1936 ; D 44214 ; Roger Cauldwell 
and Reginald Lawrence, New York. 

5506 

Magic (The) voice; chapters nos. 73- 
91. by Augustus Barratt. © 1 c. 
each Aug. 1, 1936 ; D 44019 ; Procter 
& Gamble co., Cincinnati. 5507 

Maid in Hollywood; episodes 1-3, by 
Abe Schwa rtzberg. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 
1936; D 44078; Abe Schwartzberg, 
Brooklyn. 5508 

Making (The) of a man; a play in 3 
acts, by C. Harris. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 
19c:6; D 44165; Claudia Harris, In- 
dianapolis. 5509 

Man-wolf; or, The mad orang-outang, 
a mystery play in prologue, 3 acts, 
and epilogue, by H. E. Humphrey. 
© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1936 ; D 44209 ; Harry 
Ervin Humphrey, Flushing, N. Y. 

5510 

Manhattan roof; a play in 3 acts, by 
J. R. Lebo. Revised. © 1 c. Aug. 

4, 1936; D 44053; Joseph Roosevelt 
Lebo, New York. 5511 

Manifest destiny; a play in 2 acts, by 
E. McKinley. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1936; 
D 44268; Edwin McKinley, New 
York. 5512 

Marching song ; a play in 3 acts, by 
J. H. Lawson. Acts 2 and 3. © 1 c. 
Aug. 8, 1936 ; D 44103 ; John Howard 
Lawson, Moriches, L. I., N. Y. 5513 

Marrying (The) of Robert Schumann; 
a 2-act play, by C. M. Jelliffe. © 1 c. 
Aug. 1, 1936 ; D 44032 ; Clara Marston 
Jelliffe, Hollywood, Calif. 5514 

Mary Small's junior revue ; June 17, 
1936, by Edward Wolf and M. M. 
Mussleman. © 1 c. July 23, 1936; 
D 44076; Wolf associates, inc., New 
York. 5515 

Master-piece (The) ; text and music by 

5. Easton. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1936; D 
39126; Sidney Easton, Corona, N. Y. 

5516 



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5517 



pt. i, v. 9 



Me, him and I ; a musical comedy in 3 
acts, by H. J. Seamon. Text. © 1 
c. Aug. 7, 1936; D 44396; Harry J. 
Seamon, New York. 5517 

Merchant (The) of Venice; modern 
language-simplified form, written by 
Norval C. Douglas. [Atlanta, Ga.] 
1936. 28 1. 4to. © May 15, 1936; 
2 c. May 21 ; D 44233 ; American pro- 
ducing co. : Norval C. Douglas, sole 
owner, Atlanta. 5518 

Merchant of Venice (Shakespeare's) ; 
Interlinear edition prepared by 
George Coffin Taylor and Reed 
Smith. Boston, New York, London 
[etc.] Ginn and company [1936] 
xxxvi, 164 p. front., illus., ports., 
facsim. 12mo. © May 13, 1936; 2 
c. July 18; aff. July 16; A 96530; 
George Coffin Taylor, Chapel Hill, N. 
C, and Reed Smith, Columbia, S. C. 
[Copyright is claimed on introduc- 
tion, interlinear glosses, interpretive 
footnotes, questions, and glossary] 

5518* 

Merry (The) widows; program 1, a 
radio series, by L. Buelow. © 1 c. 
July 23, 1936; D 44186; Leola Bue- 
low, New York. 5519 

Milkman gives policeman a ticket. See 
While the city sleeps. 

Mill (The) on the Floss. See Maggie 
Tulliver. 

Mimie Scheller ; a melodrama in 3 acts, 
by A. L. Golden. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 
1936; D 44130; Alfred L. Golden, 
Pittsburgh. 5520 

Minnesota night ; Minnesota's achieve- 
ment in music and its contribution 
to American musical life, by G. W. 
Gove. Text. © 1 c. June 27, 1936 ; 
D 44056 ; George W. Gove, New York. 

5521 

Miracle (The) of tobacco; a historical 
pageant drama of tobacco, by T. Bev- 
erly Campbell and Howard South- 
gate. South Boston, Va., Record-ad- 
vertiser, inc. [1936] 38 p. illus. 
8vo. © Aug. 21, 1936 ; 2 c. Aug. 22 ; 
D 44312 ; T. Beverly Campbell, Rich- 
mond, and Howard Southgate, Gosh- 
an, Mass. 5522 

Mr. Cadwalader ; a 1-act skit, by H. C. 
Smith. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1936; D 
44397; Henry Clapp Smith, New 
York. 5523 

Mr. Middleton, sir; a play in 3 acts, 
by Melvin Knight. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 
1936 ; D 44111 ; Edith Knight Belden, 
Minneapolis. 5524 



Mr. President ; a play in 7 scenes, bv 
P. Barnett. © 1 c. July 9, 1936 ; D 
44093 ; Paul Barnett, Wichita Falls. 
Tex. 5525 

Mrs. Thrifty Buyer; episodes 724-726, 
by R. L. Berentsen. © 1 c. each July 
25, 1936 ; D 44177-44179 ; Ruth Lewis 
Berentsen, Rochester, N. Y. 

5526^-5528 

Modern (A) girl's romance; episodes 
1-50, by Carl A. Buss. © 1 c. each 
Aug. 28, 1936 ; D 44430; Hearst radio, 
inc., New York. 5529 

Moloch ; a play in 3 acts, by W. Carter. 
© 1 c. Aug. 21, 1936 ; D 44368 ; Wini- 
fred Carter, Kingston-on-Thames, 
Hamptonwick, England. 5530 

Montparnasse. See Suzette Clery. 

Morte (Le) d'Arthur. See King Ar- 
thur. 

Mother ; a play in 3 acts, by P. O'Mara. 
© 1 c. Aug. 3, 1936; D 44022; Pat- 
rick O'Mara, Baltimore. 5531 

Mother (The) ; a play for women, in 1 
act, by Mary Kelly. London, H. F. 
W. Deane & sons, The Year book 
press ltd. ; Boston, Mass., The Baker 
international play bureau [1936] 13 
p. 12mo. (Village drama society 
plays) © July 31, 1936; 1 c. Aug. 
10; D 44410; Mary Kelly, London. 

5532 

Murphy's home ; a play in 5 scenes, by 
A. K. Mosher. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1936 ; 
D 44140 ; Alma K. Mosher, Van Nuys, 
Calif. 5533 

Nella terra del sogno ; radio-dramma 
in 24 episodi [di] Paolo Pallavicini. 
San Francisco, Calif. [1936] 75, [1] 
p. 4to. © June 1, 1936; 2 c. June 
15; D 44243; Italia press co., San 
Francisco. 5534 

New (The) school for scandal; an 
impertinence in 3 acts, by Philip 
Johnson and Howard Agg. London, 
H. F. W. Deane & sons, The Year 
book press, ltd. ; Boston, Mass., The 
Baker international play bureau 
[1936] 70 p. 1 1. 8vo. (The Year 
book press series of plays) © Julv 
9, 1936; 1 c. July 17; D 44411; 
Philip Johnson, Macclesfield, Eng- 
land, and Howard Agg, Bramhall, 
England. 5535 

Night's end ; a play in 3 acts, by F. L. 
Baer. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1936; D 
44170; Frank L. Baer, Washington. 

5536 



258 



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no. 8, 1936 



5556 



Ninety days; a 3 act comedy, by W. 
Chandler Patterson. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 
1936; D 44026; William Chandler 
Patterson, San Francisco. 5537 

Nita, the witch of the year 1200; a 
fantasia in medieval setting with 
modern dialogue, by A. Gentenaer 
[pseud, of Ernest Daele] |"1936] 
vi, 34 p. 8vo. © July 1, 1936; 2 c. 
Julv 17; D 44074; Ernest Daele. 
New York. 5538 

No man's land \a play in 5 acts with 
prologue, by H. L. Jacobson. © 1 c. 
Aug. 5, 1936: D 44069; Herbert 
Laurence Jacobson, Tuckahoe, N. Y. 

5539 

No sale ; by S. Gurvitz. © 1 c. Aug. 
26, 1930; D 44367; Simon Gurvitz. 
Detroit. 5540 

Now, and then; a musical farce in 2 
acts, by G. Quaintance. Text. © 
1 c. July 16, 1936 : D 44057 ; George 
Quaintance, New York. 5541 

Octopus (The) : a play in 3 acts, by 
Dennis Donoghue. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 
1936; D 44171; Edna Lawrence, 
New York. 5542 

Oil port : a play in 3 acts, by L. Jans- 
sons. © 1 c. Aug. 3. 1936; D 44038; 
Laurence Janssens, Brooklyn. 5543 

Old John Law : a play in 3 acts, by 
Edward Scott [i. e." W. E. Scott 1 
© 1 c. Aug. 11, 1936 : D 44125 : Wil- 
liam Edward Scott, San Francisco. 

5544 

Once to every man ! a comedy in 3 
ads. by IT. Jerome. © 1 c. Aug. 
22, 1936: D 44279; Helen Jerome, 
New York. 5545 

One night stands ; a play in 3 acts, by 
D. Bowers. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1936: 
D 44142 : Donald Bowers, Minne- 
apolis. 5546 

O'Neills (The) : episodes 192-218, by 
Jane West. © 1 c. each Aug. 1, 
1936: D 44014; Procter & Gamble 
co.. Cincinnati. 5547 

Open furrows: a play in 3 acts and a 
prologue, by H. BalkenBush. © 1 c. 
July 13. 1936; D 44054; Henry Bal- 
kenBush. Linn. Mo. 5548 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins; continui- 
ties nos. 762 E. T.-790 E. T., bv Lee 
Gebhart. © 1 c. each Aug. 1, 1936: 
D 44013: Procter & Gamble co., 
Cincinnati. 5541) 



Painted rock; pt. 2, episodes 14-26, a 
radio comedy-drama in 26 episodes, 
by B. Albee. © 1 c. each Aug. 10, 
1936; D 44105; Bess Albee, Palos 
Yerdes Estates, Calif. 5550 

Pastures new; a comedy in 1 act, by 
John Odams. London, H. F. W. 
Deane & sons, The Year book press, 
ltd., Boston, Mass., The Baker inter- 
national play bureau fl936] 24 p. 
12mo. ([Yillage drama society 
plays] ) © Aug. 11, 1936 ; 1 c. Aug. 
19; D 44459; John Odams, Rad- 
cliffe on Trent, Nottinghamshire, 
England. 5551 

Patron of the arts ; a comedy in 3 
acts, bv M. Tusting and G. Hutchin- 
son. © 1 c. July 29, 193(5 ; D 44213 ; 
Marion Tusting, Asbury Park, N. J., 
and George Hutchinson, Bradley 
Beach, N. J. 5552 

Perishable merchandise ; a modern 
symphony of an ancient people, in 
."> parts, by S. Geneen. © 1 c. Aug. 
5, 1936; D 44061; Sascha Geneen, 
Hollywood, Calif. 5553 

Personal experiences; a 2-act sketch, 
by A. L. Barrett. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 
1936 ; D 44416 ; Ada Louise Barrett, 
Jersey City. 5554 

Pie (The) and the tart; adapted from 
the French, by Hugh Chesterman. 
London, H. F. W. Deane & sons, 
The Year book press, ltd., Boston, 
Mass., The Baker international play 
bureau [1936] 15 p. 12mo. (Old 
farces as new) © Aug. 11, 1936; 
1 c. Aug. 19; D 44460; Hugh Ches- 
terman, Islip, Oxfordshire, England. 

5555 

Plain folks ; a play in 3 acts, bv C. G. 
Hasting. © 1 c. July 10. 1936; 
D 44290; Colette Goldie Hasting, 
St. Joseph, Mo. 5556 

Play (The) of the bad old rabbit. 
See Wonderful world. 

Play (The) of the Christmas roses. 
See Wonderful world. 

Play (The) of the cotton-flower. See 
Wonderful world. 

Play (The) of the cup of milk. See 
Wonderful world. 

Play (The) of the Painting Angel. 
See Wonderful world. 

Play (The) of the partridge. See 
Wonderful world. 

Play (The) of the Pleiades. See Won- 
derful world. 



93920—36- 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



5557 



pt. i, v. 9 



Play (The) of the stork. See Won- 
derful world. 

Play (The) of Trotty Wagtail and 
Jenny Wren. See Wonderful world. 

Pledge (The) of peace. See Christ 
of the Andes. 

Pluto throws a party ; a travesty in 
1 act, by F. MacDonald. © 1 c. 
Aug. 12, 1936; D 44135; Franklin 
MacDonald, Bryantville, Mass. 5557 

Poet and peasant ; a play in 10 scenes, 
by Donald G. Brown. © 1 c. Aug. 
11, 1936; D 44115; Donald Graham 
Brown, Adams, Mass. 5558 

Poetic license ; a depression comedy in 
3 acts, by H. Hershenow. © 1 c. 
Aug. 3, 1936 ; D 44029 ; Harold Her- 
shenow, South Bend, Ind. 5559 

Port Arthur; by Oscar Ray. English 
text. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1936 ; D 44254 ; 
Nikolas Farkas, Paris. 5580 

par Oscar Ray. French text. © 

1 c. Aug. 20, 1936 ; D 44253 ; Nikolas 
Farkas, Paris. 5561 

Pour plaire aux f emmes ; comedie 
musicale en 3 actes, de Andre Mau- 
prey [pseud, of Andre Jacques 
Bloch] et Robert de Mackiels, 
d'apres Arnold et Bach, musique de 
W. Kollo. Partition chant et piano. 
Paris, 1936. 3 p. 1., 89 p. fol. © 
June 15, 1936 ; 1 c. July 22 ; D 39121 ; 
Choudens, Paris. 5562 

Power (The) of faith; a drama from 
history in 7 parts, by David Mich- 
aelis [pseud, of W. H. Speeman] 
© 1 c. Aug. 3, 1936 ; D 44040 ; Wal- 
ter Henry Speeman, Robinson, 111. 

5563 

Prima donna ; episodes 1, 2, by 
Thomas A. Wilmot. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 
1936; D 44084; Ben Rocke, New 
York. 5564 

Product (The), search for screen tal- 
ent conducted by Al Altman ; 1st 
broadcast, a broadcast series pro- 
gram, by H. Wolfman. © 1 c. July 
16, 1936 ; D 44215 ; Harold Wolfman, 
Brooklyn. 5565 

Professional ; a play in 3 acts, by 
S. J. Sussman. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 
1936 ; D 44308 ; Samuel J. Sussman, 
Brooklyn. 5566 

Profit stops; June 23, 1936, by Jam 
Handy picture service,, inc. © 1 c. 
July 31, 1936 ; D 44387 ; B. F. Good- 
rich CO., Akron, O. 5567 



Prologue to glory ; a play in 9 scenes, 
by E. P. Conkle. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 
1936; D 44250; Ellsworth Prouty 
Conkle, Iowa City, la. 5568 

Promised land ; a new play in 2 acts, 
by Graham Ingles. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1936; D 44376; Bernard S. Davis, 
New York. 5569 

Proud lady by a nose. See While the 
city sleeps. 

Queen errant. See Lola Montez, her 
pagan majesty. 

Radio riddlettes ; program no. 1, by 
Frank W. Ferrin. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 
1936 ; D 44098 ; Mid-west recordings, 
inc., Minneapolis. 5570 

Rainy Sunday ; or, She didn't play 
cards, a comedy in 3 acts, by J. P. 
Leister. © 1 c. Aug. 18.. 1936; D 
44269; John Peter Leister, El Paso. 

5571 

Re Lear; 3 atti, di Giovanni Papini, 
dalla tragedia di Shakespeare, mu- 
sica di Yito Frazzi. Partitura 
d'orchestra. Firenze, Prem. stamp. 
G. & P. Mignani [1936] 4 p. 1.. 
517 p. 8vo. © July 15, 1936; 1 c. 
Aug. 4; D 39120; Vito Frazzi, Flor- 
ence, Italy. 5572 

Rebelle (Le) ; piece en 5 actes et six 
tableaux, en vers [par] Henri Ca- 
baud. Paris, Imprimerie Chatelain, 
1936. 6 p. 1., 15-155 p. 12mo. © 
June 27, 1936 ; 1 c. July 14 ; D 44314 ; 
Henri Cabaud, Seine, France. 5573 

Rebellion ! a psychological dramatic 
comedy in 3 acts, and an epilogue, 
by G. Hackathorne. © 1 c. Aug. 21 r 
1936 ; D 44274 : George Hackathorne, 
Hollywood, Calif. 5574 

Red (The) Bird Fairy Princess; a 
play in 6 acts, by Lucille Braelshaw 
[pseud, of L. H. Bradshaw] © 1 c. 
July 20. 1936; D 44284: Lucina 
Henryetta Bradshaw, Oklahoma 
City. 5575 

Red cherries ; a children's play in 3 
scenes,, by R. Sugarman. 
]is ^jnV'a 3 )'K Tstmyirp ;imxp ytrn 

© 1 c. July 31, 1936; D 44059; 
Rachmeel Sugarman, New Y'ork. 5576 

Red night. See Famous plays of 
1935-6. 

Red Peppers. See To-night at 8:30. 



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no. 8, 1936 



5614 



Red (The) Rover; by James Feni- 
more Cooper, arranged by M. A. 
Hall. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1936; D 
44341 ; Mary Alice Hall, Grymes 
Hill, Staten Island, N. Y. 5577 

Heine (La) des six jours; piece en 3 
actes, de P. Veber, A. Heuze et J. P. 
Veber. © 1 c. July 29, 1936; D 
44295; Pierre Veber, J. P. Veber and 
Andre Heuze, Paris. 5578 

Reminiscences of the champagne 
hour; July 15, 1986, by G. F. Cool. 
© 1 c. Aug. 19, 1936; D 44237; 
Gomer F. Cool, Independence, Mo. 

5.179 

Renfrew of the Mounted ; by L. Y. Ers- 
kine. episodes nos. 96-100. © 1 c. 
each Aug. 4, 1936; D 44045-44049; 
Laurie York Erskine, New Hope, Pa. 

5580-5584 

episodes nos. 101-105. © 1 c. 

each Aug. 11, 1936; D 44120-44124; 

Laurie York Erskine, New Hope, Pa. 

5585-5589 

episodes nos. 106-110. © 1 c. 

each Aug. 18, 1936; D 44224-44228; 

Laurie York Erskine, New Hope, Pa. 

5590-5594 

episodes nos. 111-115. © 1 c. 



each Aug. 25, 1936; D 44345-44349 

Laurie York Erskine, New Hope, Pa. 

5595-5599 

Return to laughter ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by E. Duerr. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1936 ; 
D 44419; Edwin Duerr, Berkeley, 
Calif. 5600 

Richard II of England and Isabelle of 
Valois; a play in 3 acts, by A. S. 
Flint. 3d version. Original version 
under title, Richard of Bordeaux. © 
1 c. Aug. 4, 1936; D 44041; Anne 
Susan Flint, Albany. ■ 5601 

Rip Van Winkle, junior : a 2-act play- 
let, by C. M. Grubb. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1936 : D 44365 ; Clare M. Grubb, Long 
Beach, Calif. 5602 

Robert E. Lee. See Famous children 
of history. 

Romeo et Juliette; by William Shake- 
speare, version nouvelle en 5 notes, 
de J. de Foiche. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 193ft ; 
D 44471 ; Jean de Foiche, Paris. 

5603 

Romolo, il figlio del Generale Orazio ; 
dramma in 2 quadro, di J. Gioe. © 
1 c. Aug. 28, 1936; D 44423; Joseph 
Gioe, New York. 5604 



Rose (A) o' Plymouth town. See 
Stolen fruit. 

Rose's plight ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
T. C. Pironti. © 1 c. Aug. 26. 1986; 
I) 44378; Tarquiny C. Pironti, Flush- 
ing, L. I., N. Y. 5605 

Rosiere (La) du village; ballet en 2 
actes, livret de Guy de Teramond 
[musique de] Henri Tomasi. Paris 
11936] 4 p. 1., 43 p. fol. Partition 
piano. © June 15, 1936; 1 c. July 
22 ; D 39122 ; Alphonse Leduc et cie, 
Paris. 5606 

Safe at last ; a comedy in 1 act, by Guy 
Tanner. London, H. F. W. Deane & 
sons, The Year book press ltd. ; Bos- 
ton, Mass., The Baker international 
play bureau [1936] 14 p. 12mo. 
( [The Year book press series of 
plays] ) © July 31, 1936; 1 c. Aug. 
10; D 44408; Guy Tanner, Newton- 
Abbot. South Devon, England. 5607 

St. Helena. See Famous plays of 
1935-6. 

Salute ; a play in 2 acts, by I. Shaw. 
© 1 c. Aug. 27, 1936 ; D 44403 ; Irwin 
Shaw, Brooklyn. 5608 

Satan's in the pantry ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by T. Tiller, 2d. © 1 c. Aug. 
18, 1936; D 44229; Theodore Tiller, 
2d, Washington. 5609 

Savage ; a play in 9 scenes, by L. Win- 
ter and N. Foster. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 
1936 : D 44417 ; Norman Foster, Bev- 
erly Hills, Calif., and Lydia Winter, 
West Los Angeles. 5610 

Second chance; a play in 3 acts, 
adapted by L. Georgie, from a play 
of Maurice DeKobra. © 1 c. Aug. 8, 
1936; D 44102; Leyla Georgie, New 
York. 5611 

Seekers (The) ; a poetic drama, by Jo- 
seph Delia Malva. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 
1936 ; D 44141 ; Joseph Albert Delia 
Malva, Jersey City. 5612 

Shadow of terror ; a mystery farce in 
3 acts, by Austin Goetz. Syracuse, 
N. Y., The Willis N. Bugbee co., 1936. 
92 p. 12mo. (Bugbee's popular 
plays) © Mar. 1, 1936; 2 c. Aug. 29; 
D 44449 : Willis N. Bugbee, Syracuse. 

5613 

Shadow play. See To-night at 8 : 30. 

Shadows of the past ; an Eastern star 
play, by Ruthell Luce Barclay and 
Carrie Baxter Jennings. Howard 
City, Mich., C. B. Jennings music co., 
1936. 12 p. 4to. © Julv 10, 1936; 
2 c. July 24 ; D 43933 ; Carrie Baxter 
Jennings, Howard City, Mich. 5614 



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5615 



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Shadows on the moon ; a comedy drama 
in a prologue and 2 acts, by J. A. 
Lacy. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 1936 ; D 44052 ; 
John Avery Lacy, Minneapolis. 5615 

Shattered illusions ; a play in 3 acts, by 

D. Louis. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1936; D 
44306 ; Dorine Louis, Los Angeles. 

5616 

She didn't play cards. See Rainy Sun- 
day. 

Sherlock Holmes ; a play in a prologue 
and 3 acts, by Charles George, 
founded on A study in scarlet, by A. 
Conan Doyle. Boston, Mass., Los 
Angeles, Cal. [1936] 128 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Aug. 7, 1936 ; 2 c. Aug. 17 ; 
D 44198; Walter H. Baker co., Bos- 
ton. 5617 

Short story ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Robert Morley. London, H. F. W. 
Deane & sons, The Year book press, 
ltd. [1936] 86 p. 8vo. (The Year 
book press series of plays) © June 
26, 1936; 1 c. July 17; D 44134; 
Robert Morley, London. 5618 

Sight unseen ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
B. Linn and L. Stapleton. © 1 c. 
Aug. 1, 1936 ; D 44006 ; Bettina Linn, 
Philadelphia, and Laurence Staple- 
ton, Boston. 5619 

Sign (The) of the Yellow Fang! epi- 
sodes 1-3, a mystery play, by D. 
Crewe. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1936; D 
44252; Dorothv Crewe, Chicago. 

5620 

Silver (The) Arrow; episode 1, by R. 
R. Moore. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1936; D 
44118; Rosamond Ritchie Moore, 
Washington. 5621 

Silver bells and cockle shells, and seven 
other plays ; eight plays and pageants 
for children. New York city [1936] 
60 p. illus. 8vo. Dramatic con- 
tents. — How the elm tree grew, by 
Marion Holbrook. — The crystal slip- 
per, by Marion Holbrook. — Silver 
bells and cockle shells, by Marion 
Holbrook. — The king who burned the 
cakes, by Marion Holbrook. — Peter 
pumpkin eater, by Marion Hol- 
brook. — The dearest wish, by Pauline 

E. Oak. — The magic path, by Eliza- 
beth Hines Hanley. — Pageant of 
play, by May Pashley Harris. © 
Aug. 20, 1936 ; 2 c. and aff . Aug. 26 ; 
AA 214026; National recreation assn., 
inc., New York. 5622 

Sinister (The) bar; a play in 3 acts, 
by F. Hendrick. © 1 c. Aug. 8, 1936 ; 
D 44106; Frank Hendrick, Mountain 
Lakes, N. J. 5623 



Skiol, skiol ; by R. J. Wattles. © 1 c. 
Aug. 10, 1936; D 44107 ; Ruth Jocelyn 
Wattles, Los Angeles. 5624 

So much of earth; a drama in 3 acts, 
by S. Szekely. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1936 ; 
D 44206 ; Sari Szekely, Milwaukee. 

5625 

Solitaire; a farce in 3 acts, by Helen 
Latsch. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1936; D 
44172; Helen Lampe Latsch, New 
York. 5626 

Something for nothing; a play in 3 
acts, by S. A. Bobbitt. © 1 c. Aug. 
22, 1936 ; D 44297 ; Sarah Annis Bob- 
bitt, Chicago. 5627 

Sound of music ; a play in 3 acts, with 
a prologue, by C. Allen. © 1 c. Aug. 
25, 1936 ; D 44351 ; Cecilia Allen, New 
York. 5628 

Soundo ; by F. W. Ferrin. © 1 c. Aug. 
29, 1936; D 44436; Mid-west record- 
ings, inc., Minneapolis. 5629 

Sparling's Your song program ; by 
Earl Sparling, Jean Grombach, Ted. 
Sills and Leonard Holton. Text. © 
1 c. Aug. 12, 1936; D 44363; Grom- 
bach productions, inc., New York. 

5630 

Sporting extra ; by William Dyer. July 
20, 1936. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1936; D 
44079; Adam Scheidt brewing co., 
Norristown, Pa. ' 5631 

July 27, Aug. 3, 1936. © 1 c. 

each Aug. 11, 1936 ; D 44126, 44127 ; 
Adam Scheidt brewing co., Norris- 
town, Pa. 5632, 5633 

Aug. 10, 1936. © 1 c. Aug. 

12, 1936; D 44138; Adam Scheidt 
brewing co., Norristown, Pa. 5634 

Spring (The) board; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. Seiclman. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1936 ; 
D 44008; Leo Seidman, New York. 

5635 

Spring dance ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
P. Barry, adapted from an original 
play, by Eleanor Golden and Eloise 
Barragnon. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1936 ; D 
44208; Philip Barry and Ellen S. 
Barry, Mt. Kisco, N. Y. 5636 

Stalemate ; a plav in 6 scenes, by M. 
Bach. © lc. Aug. 22. 1936 ; D 44280 ; 
Marcus Bach, Iowa City, la. 5637 

Stand at ease ; a play in 3 acts, by J. 
Monks, jr. and F. F. Finklehoffe. © 
1 c. Aug. 22, 1936; D 44311; John 
Monks, jr., Pleasantville. N. Y., and 
Fred F. Finklehoffe, Springfield, 
Mass. 5638 



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no. 8, 1936 



5659 



Star in the storm. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Star light star bright; a comedy in 3 
acts, by O. Davis. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 
1936: D 44035; Owen Davis, New 
York. 5639 

Star (The) spangled canner; a 3-act 
play, by B. A. Fin&lay. © 1 c. July 
3, 1936 ; D 44021 ; Bruce Allyn Find- 
la. v, Los Angeles. 5640 

Steel that broke; a play in 3 acts, by 
Agnes Kerr. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1936; 
D 44322; Agnes Mary Kerr, New 
York. 5641 

Stolen fruit ; a comedy in 1 act, 
adapted by Paul Moffett [pseud, of 
Jean Lee Latham] from A rose o' 
Plymouth town [by Beulah Marie 
Dix and Evelyn Greenleaf Suther- 
land] Chicago [1936] 33 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Aug. 17, 1936; 2 c. Aug. 
19; D 44236; Dramatic pub. co., 
Chicago. 5642 

Storm (The) ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
T. De Prume. © 1 c. Aug. 8. 1936 ; 
D 44101 ; Travka De Prume, New 
York. 5643 

Storm center ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Austin Goetz. Syracuse, N. Y.. The 
Willis N. Bugbee co. [1936] 73 p. 
12mo. (Bugbee's popular plays) 
© Mar. 1, 1936; 2 c. Aug. 29; D 
44450; Willis N. Bugbee, Syracuse. 

5644 

Story to be whispered ; a comedy in 7 
scenes, by W. Hurlbut. © 1 c. Aug. 
21, 1936; D 44256; William Hurl- 
but, Hollywood, Calif. 5645 

Streamlined Sue; an uproarious com- 
edy in 3 acts, by Eugene G. Hafer. 
Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. 
[1936] 2 p. 1., [3]-125 p. diagr. 
12mo. ([Baker's royalty plays)] 
© Aug. 10, 1936; 2 c. Aug. 17; D 
44200 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

5646 

Strike in heaven; a play in 3 acts, by 
R. Welty and Gene Renouf [i. e. 
E. Renouf] © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1936; 
D 44482; Ruth Welty and Eugenie 
Renouf, Washington. 5647 

Study (A) in scarlet. See Sherlock 
Holmes. 

Sugar ; a play in prologue and 3 acts, 
by B. Taylor. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1936; 
D 44116; Blair Taylor, New York. 

5648 



Suggestion; a comedy-drama in 3 acts. 
by W. M. Pettis. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 
1936; D 44424; Wm. M. Pettis, Se- 
noia, Ga. 5649 

Summer lightning ; a sentimental com- 
edy in 3 acts, by R. Birchard. © 
1 c. Aug. 1, 1936; D 44012; Ralph 
Birchard, Los Angeles. 5650 

Sun (The) sets east; a 3-act play, by 
Joe Abrams. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1936; 
I) 44400; Joe Isaac Abrams, Char- 
lotte, N. C. 5651 

Suzette Clery; or, Montparnasse, by 
S. Geneen. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1936; 
D 44307 ; Sascha Geneen, Hollywood, 
( Jalif. 5652 

Swap-shop of the air ; a dramatic com- 
position for radio, by L. E. Bohnett. 
© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1936 ; D 44282 ; Law- 
son Eugene Bohnett, Los Angeles. 

5653 

Sweet river; a play in 2 acts, by G. 
Abbott, adapted from Harriet 
Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's cabin. 
© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1936 ; D 44080 ; George 
Abbott, Rochester, N. Y. 5654 

Swing it, sister ! a farce in 2 acts, by 
L. R. Rumsey. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1936 ; 
D 44091 ; Leroy Renner Rumsey, El 
Centro, Calif. 5655 

Sydney Mason ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
W. H. Barwald and M. Van Tassel. 
© 1 c. Aug. 7, 1936; D 44379; Wm. 
H. Barwald, New York, and Mav 
Van Tassel, Hudson, N. Y. 5656 

Tails — you win! a comedy in 3 acts, 
by F. B. Cook. © 1 c. Aug. 3. 1936 ; 
D 44037; Frank B. Cook, Washing- 
ton. 5657 

Tantrum (The) ; a comedy in 1 act, 
by Beatrice Humiston McNeil. Bos- 
ton, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. [1936] 
36 p. diagr. 12mo. ([Baker's 
plays for amateurs] ) © July 29, 
1936 ; 2 c. Aug. 17 ; D 44201 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 5658 

Templed hills ; a drama of today, in 3 
acts, by R. Rockafellow. © 1 c. Aug. 
19, 1936; D 44239; Ralph Rockafel- 
low, Forest Hills, N. Y. 5659 

Ten masterpieces of Moliere; edited 
by Henry Ward Church. New York 
and London, 1936. xxix, 625 p. 
front, (port.) 12mo. [1st ed.] 
Dramatic contents. — Les precieuses 
ridicules. — L'ecole des femmes. — Le 
Tartuffe. — Dom Juan.— Le misan- 
thrope. — Le medecin malgre" lui. — 
L'avare. — Le bourgeois gentil- 



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pt. i. v. 9 



Ten masterpieces of Moliere — Oontd. 
nomine. — Les femmes savantes. — Le 
malade imaginaire. © Aug. 6, 1936; 
2 c. Aug. 6; aff. Aug. 8; A 97322; 
Harper & bros., New York. 5659* 
[Copyright is claimed on preface, 
introduction, notes and vocab- 
ulary] 

Ten million ghosts ; a play in 3 acts, 
by S. Kingsley. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 
1936; D 44240; Sidney Kingsley, 
New York. 5660 

Ten minute alibi; a mystery play in 3 
acts, by Anthony Armstrong [pseud, 
of Anthony Armstrong Willis] New 
York, N. Y., Los Angeles, Calif., S. 
French; London, S. French, ltd. 
[etc.. etc.] 1934. 108 p. plates, 
diagrs. 12mo. Acting ed. 

( [French' standard library edition] ) 
© Oct. 4, 1934; 2 c. July 25, 1935; 
D 44073; Anthony Armstrong Wil- 
lis, London. 5661 
[Copyright is claimed on Acting ed., 
with new matter added] 

Texans and Tennesseeans ; a play in 3 
acts, by W. L. Hawes, about Sam 
Houston, Andrew Jackson and the 
struggle over the annexation of 
Texas. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 1936; D 
44401 ; William Lucius Hawes, 
Charleston, W. Va. 5662 

That was Balzac ; a play in 8 episodes, 
with a prologue, by George Middle- 
ton. New York, Random house 
[1936] xiii, [15] -221 p. 8vo. © 
Aug. 15, 1936 ; 2 c. Aug. 21 ; D 44244 ; 
George Middleton, Wilton, Conn. 

5663 

Then there were three; a play in 3 
acts, by M. V. Heberden. © 1 c. 
Aug. 8, 1936; D 44100; Mary Violet 
Heberden, New York. 5664 

Thomas More ; an historical play in 3 
acts, by R. Raynolds. © 1 c. Aug. 
5, 1936 ; D 44070 ; Robert Raynolds, 
Newtown, Conn. 5665 

Three ( The ) wanderers ; by Margaret 
P. Chisholm. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1936 ; 
D 44128; Margaret Paul Chisholm, 
Berkeley, Calif. 5666 

Timberdoodle (The) ; a play in 3 acts, 
by S. J. Warshawsky. © 1 c. Aug. 
4. 1936; D 44051; Samuel Jesse 
Warshawsky, Los Angeles. 5667 

Tim's rancho adventures ; episodes 
1-26, a serial story, written for radio 
broadcasting, containing 26 episodes, 



by Streeter Blair. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 
1936; D 44133; Streeter H. Blair, 
Santa Monica, Calif. 5668 

To Quito and back ; a play in 2 acts, by 
B. Hecht. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1936; D 
44255 ; Ben Hecht, Nyack, N. Y. 

' 5669 

Token (The) of love. See Koi no 
katami. 

To-night at 8 : 30 ; v. 1, 2, plays by Noel 
Coward. London, Toronto, William 
Heinemann, ltd. [1936] 2 v. 12mo. 
Contents. — v. 1. We were dancing. — 
The astonished heart. — Red Peppers, 
v. 2. Hands across the sea. — Fumed 
oak. — Shadow play. © May 25, 
1936; 1 c. each July 22; D 44456, 
44457 ; Noel Coward, London. 

5670, 5671 

Too many women ; a play in 2 acts, 
by K. A. Gumuchiau. © 1 c. Aug. 
15, 1936 ; D 44207 ; Kirkov A. Gumu- 
chiau, Paris. 5672 

Touch us gently; a play in 3 acts, by 
T. Scofield and H. Henry. © 1 c. 
Aug. 8, 1936 ; D 44395 ; Thomas Sco- 
field, Scarsdale, N. Y., and Harriet 
Henry, New Y r ork. 5673 

Tourist third ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Guy Burris [i. e. Q. G. Burris] A. 
Burris and R. Shiley. © 1 c: July 
30, 1936 ; D 44381 ; Quincy Guy Bur- 
ris, Alice Burris, Charleston, 111., and 
Robert Shiley, Woodstock, 111. 5674 

Troubled waters ; a play in 3 acts, by 
E. C. Altomare. ©l<c. Aug. 31, 1936 ; 
D 44481; Edith C. Altomare, New 
York. 5675 

True (The) sportsman, and his one 
man band ; a scenario and play, in 
2 acts, by I. E. Mellinger. © 1 c. 
Aug. 4, 1936 ; D 44042 ; Ira E. Mel- 
linger, Lancaster, Pa. 5676 

Tu ne m'echapperas jamis ; piece en 3 
actes et huit tableaux, de Margaret 
Kennedy, adaptee pour la scene fran- 
chise par Pierre Sabatier [pseud, of 
Pierre Sabatier d'Espeyran] Paris, 
1936. 34, [2] p. illus. fol. ([La 
Petite illustration, no. 783] ) © Aug. 
1, 1936 ; 1 c. Aug. 27 ; D 44463 ; Pierre 
Sabatier d'Espeyran, Paris. 5677 

Tulipantjes ; komedi in 5 optog, von 
Paul Schurek. Hamborg [1936] 73 
p. 12mo. © May 12, 1936; 1 c. 
Aug. 17 ; D 44318 ; Quickborn-verlag, 
Hamburg, Germany. 5678 



264 



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no. 8, 193G 



5699 



Twain (The) shall meet; a 3-act play, 
by B. Simon. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1936 ; 
D 44271 ; Bernard Simon, New York. 

5679 

Twilight of the dons ; l San Juan Bau- 
tista pageant-play [in 4 acts] by 
Lucy Cuddy, music by Francisca 
Vallejo McGettigan. [19361 2 p. 1., 
114 numb. 1. fol. Text. © June 1, 
1! 186; 2 e. June 30; D 44313; Lucy 
Cuddy, San Francisco. 5680 

Two (The) Americas; episode 1, by V. 
Radcliffe. © 1 c. July 7, 1936; D 
44000; Vernon Radcliffe, Pelham 
Manor, N. Y. 5681 

Two bv sea : a play in 3 acts, bv Alan 
Hay. © 1 c. Aug. 26. 1936 ; D 44377 : 
Alan Mortimer Hay, Brookline, Mass. 

5682 

Two headed fame ; a comedy drama in 
2 acts, by P. Parent and Anna Gor- 
don. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1936 ; D 44081 ; 
Paulette Parent, Washington. 5683 

Two's a crowd ; by George E. Callahan. 
Syracuse, N. Y., The Willis N. Bug- 
bee co., 1936. 11 p. 12mo. (Bug- 
bee's one act plays) © Aug. 25, 
1936 ; 2 c. Aug. 29 ; D 44443 ; Willis 
X. Bugbee, Syracuse. 5684 

Unbearable (The) Bassington. Sec 
House (A) divided. 

Uncle Tom's cabin. See Sweet river. 

Under thirteen stars; a play in 4 
scenes, by Mrs. Elmore C. Lane [i. e. 
H. C. Lane] and Mrs. Wilson B. 
Masden [i. e. S. A. Masden] © 1 c. 
June 8. 1936 : D 43801 ; Helena Camp 
Lane and Sybil Ames Masden, Mil- 
waukee'. 5685 

Ungottliche (Die) komodie; drama- 
tisches gedicht in 4 teilen [von] Graf 
Zygmnnt Krasihski, fassung fur die 
biihne von Franz Theodor Csokor. 
Berlin, Wien [etc.] 1936. 142, [1] p. 
12mo. © Jan. 16, 1936; 1 c. July 
17; D 44315; Paul Zsolnay verlag, 
g. m. b. h., Berlin. 5686 

Unto Caesar ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
J. E. Fillmore. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 
1936 ; D 44251 ; John Eldon Fillmore, 
Leonia. X. J. 5687 

Vacation burglar. Sec While the city 
sleeps. 

Vacation — with pay ; a play in 2 acts, 
by Mildred E. Danforth. © 1 c. 
Aug. 26, 1936; D 44399; Mildred 
Emeline Danforth, Wethersfield. 
Conn. 5688 



Valley (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Herbert A. Shapiro. © 1 c. Aug 15 
1936; D 44192; E. Henry Shappiro, 
New York. 



Vanquished (The) ; a play in 3 acts, 
by E. Applebaum. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 
1936; D 44168; Eli Applebaum, New 
York. . 5690 

Verisimilitude's the thing; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by Tiny E. Larson. © 1 c . 
Aug. 19, 1936; D 44473; May Elsie 
Elizabeth Larson, London. 5691 

Vic and Sade : July 1-3, 6-10, 13-17, 
20-24, 27-31, 1936. by Paul Rhymer. 
© 1 c. each Aug. 1. 1936; D 44015; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

5692 

Vie (La) est si courte; piece en 3 actes 
[par] Leopold Marchand. [Paris | 
1936. 34, [4] ]). illus. 4to. I | La 
Petite illustration, no. 778] ) © June 
27, 1936 ; 1 c. July 29 ; D 44321 ; Leo- 
pold Marchand, Paris. 569,3 

Village gossip; a sketch in 1 act, by 
M. E. Jordan. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1986; 
D 44434; Mary Elizabeth Jordan, 
Clifton Heights, Pa. 5694 

Villon, the prodigal; a play in 4 acts, 
by R. G. Anderson. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 
1936; D 44144; Robert Gordon An- 
derson, Port Washington, N. Y. 

5695 

Voleur (Le) d'enfants ; piece en 4 actes, 
de J. Supervielle. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 
1936; D 44472; Jules Supervielle, 
Paris. 5696 

Wake up David ; a play in prologue 
and 3 acts, by Clemon White. © 1 c. 
Aug. 10, 1936 ; D 44113 ; Clemon Lee 
White, Lufkin, Tex. 5697 

Ward Morehouse's Coco-Cola song 
shop ; by Ward Morehouse, Ted Sills 
and Jean Grombach. Text. © 1 c. 
Aug. 12, 1936; D 44361; Grombach 
productions, inc., New York. 5698 

Wash-tub (The) . Willy and the tailor ; 
adapted from the French, by Eric 
Crozier. London, H. F. W. Deane & 
sons, The Year book press, ltd., Bos- 
ton, Mass., The Baker international 
play bureau [1936] 23 p. 12mo. 
(Old farces as new) © Aug. 11, 
1936; 1 c. Aug. 19; D 44458; Eric 
Crozier, London. 5699 

We were dancing. See To-night at 

8:30. 



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570O 



pt. i, V. 9 



Week (A) with the incentive plan; 
June 15, 1936, by Jam Handy picture 
service, inc. © 1 c. July 31, 1936 ; D 
44390 ; Armour & co., Chicago. 

5700 

Welcome Valley ; nos. 68-71, by Irna 
Phillips and Edgar A. Guest. © 1 c. 
each Aug. 7, 1936; D 44086-44089; 
Charles Daniel Frey co., Chicago. 

5701-5704 

What happened to Bill Jones. See 
Health series. 

What have we learned ; a play in 1 act, 
by C. Colonna. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1936; 
D 44034 ; Claudia Colonna, San Fran- 
cisco. 5705 

What if you couldn't? an insurance 
play on prospecting, by Laflin C. 
Jones. © 1 c. Aug. 8, 1936 ; D 44110 ; 
Olivia Orth, Milwaukee. 5706 

What is a king; a fantasy in 1 act, by 
Helen Waite Munro. Syracuse, N. 
Y., The Willis N. Bugbee co., 1936. 
12 p. 12mo. (Bugbee's Christmas 
plays) © Aug. 25, 1936; 2 c. Aug. 
29 ; D 44448 ; Willis N. Bugbee, Syra- 
cuse. 5707 

What shall we do with grandma? by 
Mary E. Stucker. 1936. 12 p. port. 
12mo. With incidental music en- 
titled : O. A. R. P. song. © Aug. 10, 
1936 ; 2 c. July 1 ; D 44405 ; Mary E. 
Stucker, Kansas City, Mo. 5708 

When the light shone ; a Christmas 
pageant, book by Beta Dalzell, lyrics 
by Verna Whinery, incidental music 
by Miriam Lois Fisher [pseud, of Ira 
B. Wilson] New York, Dayton, O., 
1936. 16 p. 8vo. © Aug. 12, 1936; 
2 c. Aug. 29 ; D 39125 ; Lorenz pub. 
co., Dayton, O. 5709 

When we love again; a play in 3 acts, 
by Roy Squire. © 1 c. July 31, 1936; 
D 44217 ; Roy P. Squire, Chicago. 

5710 

While the city sleeps, a radio program 
by Roy A. Sorensen. episode no. 140. 
Inside job. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1936; D 
44009'; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 

5711 

episode no. 141. The jewel 

thief. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1936 ; D 44010 ; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 5712 

episode no. 142. Star in the 

storm. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1936 ; D 44380 ; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 5713 



episode no. 144. Milkman 

gives policeman a ticket. © 1 c. 
Aug. 15, 1936 ; D 44204 ; Bowey's, inc., 
Chicago. 5714 

episode no. 145. Proud lady 

by a nose. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1936; D 
44277 ; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 5715 

episode no. 146. Vacation 

burglar. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1936; D 
44437 ; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 5716 

Whispering age. See Widow on horse- 
back. 

White (The) House musicales ; epi- 
sode 1. General Washington — 
music patron, by M. H. Loeb. © 
1 c. July 29, 1936; D 44211; Made- 
leine H. Loeb, New York. 5717 

White (A) lie ; a play in 1 act, by Stan- 
ley Dyer. London, H. F. W. Deane 
& sons, The Year book press, ltd. ; 
Boston, Mass., The Baker interna- 
tional play bureau [1936] 19, [1] p. 
12mo. ( [The Year book press series 
of plays!) © July 31, 1936; 1 c. 
Aug. 10; D 44409; Stanley Dyer, 
Tinsbury, near Bath, England. 5718 

Who did it? a play in 1 act, by F. Car- 
michael Brunton. London, H. F. W. 
Deane & sons, The Year book press, 
ltd. ; Boston, The Baker interna- 
tional play bureau [1936] 23 p. 
12mo. ( [Village drama society 
plays]) © July 9, 1936; 1 c. Aug. 
10; D 44407; F. Carmichael Brun- 
ton, Woodlands, Harrogate, England. 

5719 

Who sells who? July 15, 1936, by Jam 
Handy picture service, inc. © 1 c. 
July 31, 1936; D 44389; Chevrolet 
motor co., Detroit. 5720 

Who won the Revolution? a farce in 1 
act, by Howard Reed. Chicago 
[1936] 29 p. diagr. 12mo. © Aug. 
17, 1936 ; 2 c. Aug. 19 ; D 44234 ; Dra- 
matic pub. co., Chicago. 5721 

Whose cat? a skit