Finding Aid for the Roy Huggins Papers, 1948-2002 (Collection PASC.353-M)

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Title: Roy Huggins Papers
Collection number: PASC.353-M
Contributing Institution: UCLA Library Special Collections
Language of Material: English
Physical location: Stored off-site at SRLF. Advance notice is required for access to the collection. Please contact UCLA Library Special Collections for paging information.
Physical Description: 20.0 linear ft. (58 boxes)
Date: 1948-2002
Abstract: Papers belonging to the novelist, blacklisted film and television writer, producer and production manager, Roy Huggins. The collection is in the midst of being processed. The finding aid will be updated periodically.
Creator: Huggins, Roy 1914-2002

Restrictions on Access

Open for research. STORED OFF-SITE AT SRLF. Advance notice is required for access to the collection. Please contact UCLA Library Special Collections for paging information.

Restrictions on Use and Reproduction

Property rights to the physical object belong to the UC Regents. Literary rights, including copyright, are retained by the creators and their heirs. It is the responsibility of the researcher to determine who holds the copyright and pursue the copyright owner or his or her heir for permission to publish where The UC Regents do not hold the copyright.

Acquisition Information

The collection was donated by the creator, Roy Huggins's sons.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Roy Huggins Papers (Collection number 353-M). University of California, Library Special Collections, University of California, Los Angeles.

Biography/History

Roy Huggins (July 18, 1914 – April 3, 2002) was an American novelist and writer/creator of film and television projects.
His crime novels were inspired by the writings of Raymond Chandler, and include "The Double Take" (1946); "Too Late For Tears" (1947) and "Lovely Lady, Pity Me" (1949).
Huggins made the transition to television in 1955 when he began working for Warner Bros. as a producer. He is best known for creating and writing for the popular television series: Maverick; The Fugitive; 77 Sunset Strip; The Rockford Files; and City of Angels. He was executive producer for television shows such as: "Alias Smith and Jones"; "Cool Million"; "Baretta" and "Hunter." He also made for television movies and miniseries such as "The Invasion of Johnson County" and "Captains and the Kings."
In September of 1952, Huggins was was summoned before the infamous U.S. House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) to answer questions about his brief membership in the Communist Party. He continued to write under his own name, and under the name, "John Thomas James," combining the names of his three sons.
In 1960 he left Warner Bros. to work for 20th Century Fox as the Vice President in charge of television production, but soon left to pursue a Ph.D. at UCLA. However, he soon decided not to pursue a graduate degree, and went on to work as a vice president in the television division at Universal. At Universal he produced series, mini-series, and made for TV movies such as "The Virginian;" "Kraft Suspense Theater," and "Run For Your Life."

Scope and Content

The collection consists of materials created by and collected by novelist/writer/producer, Roy Huggins. The majority of the collection consists of scripts, but also included are small amounts of business files.
The collection is in the midst of being processed. The finding aid will be updated periodically.

Container List

 

Projects. Series 1.

Arrangement note

Arranged alphabetically by project title.
Box 3, Folder 4

Hart, Hart and Nancy. 1976 January 19.

Scope and Content

Presentation for a mystery comedy series by Bob Shayne.
Box 8

The Lonely Lady. 1978.

Scope and Content

Assorted versions of script (some annotated).

General note

Screenplay by Edward Hume.
Box 14, Folder 1

The Lonely Lady. 1978 June 5.

Scope and Content

First draft scripts (2).

General note

Screenplay by Edward Hume.
Box 4

Luck is a Lady.

Scope and Content

Heavily annotated script and handwritten notes.
Box 3, Folder 5

Meet Me in Escrow. 1979.

Scope and Content

romantic comedy treatment proposal
 

Adventures in Paradise. Subseries 1. 1961.

Scope and Content

Television series.
Box 23, Folder 5

Cast and Crew Options Information. 1961 August 16-October 13.

Box 23, Folder 5

Margie Merchandising Information. 1961 July.

Box 23, Folder 5

Merchandising and Budget Information. 1961 June 7-August 22.

Box 59, Folder 

Script (in French). 1961.

Language of Material: French
Box 59, Folder 59

TV Estimate (Budget Cost).

Box 59, Folder 2

African Challenge. 1968.

Box 59, Folder 2

Correspondence and Memos. 1968.

Box 59, Folder 2

Rewrites. 1968.

Box 59, Folder 2

Shooting Itinerary. 1968.

Box 59, Folder 2

Magazine and Newspaper Clippings. 1968.

Box 9, Folder 2

Alias Smith & Jones. Subseries 2. 1970-1975.

Scope and Content

Television series. Huggins wrote 49 episodes and also served as executive producer.
Box 18, Folder 6, Box 57, Folder 2

Budgets. 1970-1973.

Scope and Content

Budgets to episodes created between 1970 and 1973.
Box 59, Folder 3, Box 22, Folder 1

Budget Information. 1972 August 15-September 14.

Box 59, Folder 3

Contracts, Rider Agreements.

Box 59, Folder 3, Box 22, Folder 1

Correspondence. 1972 January 4-1999.

Scope and Content

From Jo Swerling, Jr. to Jack Miller of CBS regarding a submission to the Western Writers of America Spur Awards.
Box 59, Folder 3, Box 22, Folder 1

Memo. 1971 October 13.

Scope and Content

List of writers available to write for the series.
Box 46, Folder 1

Bad Night in Big Butte. 1972.

Scope and Content

Contains two scripts including revisions of "Bad Night in Big Butte" written by Glen A. Larson.
Box 33, Folder 5

The Biggest Game in the West. 1971 December 16-1972 January 4.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 34, Folder 2

The Bounty Hunter. 1971 June 30.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 35, Folder 2

The Bounty Hunter. 1975 December 18.

Scope and Content

Story outlines.
Box 33, Folder 4

Bushwhack. 1972 June 5-October 23.

Scope and Content

Script.

General note

Title formerly: Bushwhacker.
Box 34, Folder 1

The Day the Amnesty Came Through. 1972 September 11-November 30.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 34, Folder 2

Don't Get Mad, Get Even. 1972 January 11-24.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 34, Folder 3

Dreadful Sorry, Clementine. 1971 June 1-21.

Scope and Content

First and second draft scripts.
Box 33, Folder 2

Everything Else You Can Steal. 1971 October 15-November 2.

Scope and Content

Script. Title formerly: Alias Black and White.
Box 34, Folder 5

Exit From Wickenburg. 1970 December 4-14.

Scope and Content

Annotated script.
Box 33, Folder 3

The Fifth Victim. 1971 February 16-23.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 46, Folder 3

The Girl In Boxcar #3. 1970-1971.

Scope and Content

Includes two scripts with revisions: teleplay by Howard Browne and story by gene Roddenberry.
Box 34, Folder 6

The Great Shell Game. 1971 January 11-19.

Scope and Content

Annotated script.

General note

Former title: The Big Store.
Box 32, Folder 3

The Great Thingamajig Robbery. 1970 November 4.

Scope and Content

Rejected script.
Box 34, Folder 1

Guns of Montoya. 1971 October 26-27.

Scope and Content

Two annotated scripts.
Box 33, Folder 1

High Lonesome Country. 1972 May 22-October 11.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 34, Folder 6

How to Rob a Bank in One Hard Lesson. 1971 June 10-July 19.

Scope and Content

Annotated script.
Box 33, Folder 4

The Identity Crisis of Hannibal Heyes = A Layaway Plan for Mrs. Pringle. 1970 December 8.

Scope and Content

Story outline.
Box 32, Folder 4

Insufficient Funds. 1970 November 11.

Scope and Content

Rejected script.
Box 32, Folder 5

Jailbreak at Junction City. 1971 June 8-23.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 34, Folder 4

Journey From San Juan. 1971 January 8-March 11.

Scope and Content

Annotated script.
Box 34, Folder 6

The Legacy of Charlie O'Rourke. 1971 March 19-30.

Scope and Content

Annotated script.
Box 32, Folder 2

The Long Chase. 1972 May 10-August 16.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 32, Folder 3

The Making of a Legend. 1970 November 3.

General note

Rejected script.
Box 46, Folder 2

The Man Who Broke The Bank At Red Gap. 1971.

Scope and Content

Includes three scripts with revisions written by John Thomas James.
Box 33, Folder 4

The Man Who Murdered Himself. 1971 February 2-17.

Scope and Content

Script.

General note

Title formerly: Hunt for a Lost Tribe.
Box 33, Folder 2

The McCreedy Bust: Going Going Gone. 1971 November 9-19.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 32, Folder 2

The McCreedy Feud. 1972 June 26-August 4.

Scope and Content

Script.

General note

Teleplay by Bartlett. Story by James.
Box 32, Folder 5

The McCreedy Bust. 1970 December 1-9.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 33, Folder 3

McGuffin. 1972 August 31-December 1.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 32, Folder 4

The Men That Corrupted Hadleyburg. 1971 December 8.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 32, Folder 3

Mexican Standoff at Frenchport. 1970 November 4.

Scope and Content

Rejected script.
Box 34, Folder 5

Mmiracle at Santa Marta. 1971 November 2-November 12.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 33, Folder 6

Nester's Daughter. 1971 February 7.

Scope and Content

Two scripts. On one, "Chris Lucky's version."
Box 35, Folder 1

Never Trust an Honest Man. 1971 February 25-March 22.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 34, Folder 4

Night of the Red Dog. 1971 September 7-16.

Scope and Content

Script.

General note

Other working titles: There'll Be a Cold time in the Old Town Tonight; The Long, Cold Winter; Montana Red Dog.
Box 33, Folder 3

Only Three to a Bed. 1972 June 5-August 16.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 33, Folder 1

The Posse That Wouldn't Quit. 1971 July 28-August 4.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 33, Folder 4

The Reformation of Harry Briscoe. 1971 September 13-24.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 35, Folder 1

Return to Devil's Hole. 1971 January 7-13.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 46, Folder 1

The Root of It All. 1971.

Scope and Content

Script with revisions (formerly "The Pursuit of Money" written by Howard Browne.
Box 33, Folder 5

Shootout at Diablo Station. 1971 October 6-November 3.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 32, Folder 2

Six Strangers at Apache Springs. 1971 August 6-September 15.

Scope and Content

Script.

General note

Teleplay by Somkin and James. Story by James.
Box 33, Folder 1

Smiler With a Gun. 1971 June 29-July 28.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 33, Folder 2

Something to Get Hung About. 1971 August 17-27.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 46, Folder 2

StageCoach Seven. 1971.

Scope and Content

Includes two scripts with revisions: teleplay by Dick Nelson, story by John Thomas James.
Box 46, Folder 3

Stagecoach Seven. 1971.

Scope and Content

Includes one script with revisions; teleplay by Dick Nelson, story by John Thomas James.
Box 34, Folder 4

The Strange Fate of Conrad Meyer Zulick. 1972 August 14-November 30.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 32, Folder 5

The Ten Days That Shook Kid Curry. 1972 August 3-November 30.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 32, Folder 4

Twenty One Days to Tenstrike. 1971 November 19-December 16.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 32, Folder 3

Two Tickets to Tecate. 1970 October 27-November 4.

Scope and Content

Rejected script.
Box 33, Folder 1

What Happened at the XST?. 1972 June 12-October 23.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 23, Folder 5

What's In It For Mia. 1971 December 23-1972 January 7.

Scope and Content

Director's contract for John Dumas.
Box 32, Folder 3

What's In It For Mia. 1971 December 17-January 7.

General note

Script. Teleplay by Gordon and James. Story by James.
Box 23, Folder 4

When the Bough Breaks. 1972 March 28.

Scope and Content

Script written by Bret Davis.
Box 34, Folder 2

Which Way to the OK Corral?. 1971 December 17-1972 January 20.

Scope and Content

Script.

General note

Title formerly: Whatever Happened to Clementine?
Box 33, Folder 5

Witness to a Lunching. 1972 June 7-1973 October 1.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 33, Folder 6

The Wrecker. 1971 January 27.

Scope and Content

First draft script.
Box 23, Folder 3

The Wrecker. 1972 January 17-March 8.

Scope and Content

Annotated scripts.
Box 34, Folder 3

The Wrecker. 1971 January 27.

Scope and Content

First draft annotated script.
Box 34, Folder 5

Wrong Train to Brimstone. 1970 December 15-23.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 57, Folder 1, Box 57, Folder 4, Box 57, Folder 3

Daily Production Reports. 1970-1972.

Box 57, Folder 2

Abandoned Project Titles. 1971-1972.

 

Ambassador Yates. Subseries 3. 1975.

Scope and Content

Television drama written by A. James Panos.
Box 24, Folder 4

Script. 1975.

 

Aspen. Subseries 5.

Scope and Content

Television mini-series. Huggins was the producer.
Box 5

Aspen. 1977.

Scope and Content

Assorted drafts of script.
Box 6

Aspen. 1977.

Scope and Content

Assorted drafts of script (some annotated).
Box 37, Folder 5

Love Theme Sound Recording. 1977.

General Physical Description note: 7 inch; 45 rpm sound disc
Box 59, Folder 4

Assignment: Crisis. 1970.

Box 59, Folder 4

Correspondence. 1970.

Box 59, Folder 4

Rewrite Notes. 1970.

 

Baretta. 1975.

Box 59, Folder 5

Correspondence. 1975.

 

Bay of Pigs (The). 1965.

Box 59, Folder 6

Correspondence. 1965.

 

Best Sellers. Subseries 6. 1976.

Scope and Content

NBC mini-series series. Titles include, "Captains and Kings" and "Wheels."
Box 23, Folder 3

List of Proposed Projects.

Box 22, Folder 1

Captains and Kings. 1976 September 22.

Scope and Content

Budget Information
Box 22, Folder 1

Captains and Kings. 1976 November 9.

Scope and Content

Copies of letters to Douglas Heyes, congratulating him on his work as writer and director of the mini-series. Letters were never used.
Box 26, Folder 4

Captains and Kings. 1976 June-August.

Scope and Content

Scripts to books four and five. Teleplays by Douglas Heyes.
Box 26, Folder 5

Captains and Kings. 1976 June-1976 October.

Scope and Content

Scripts to books six and nine. Teleplays by Douglas Heyes.
Box 26, Folder 6

Captains and Kings. 1976 October 26.

Scope and Content

Script to book ten.
Box 28, Folder 3

Captains and Kings. 1976 June 29-November 24.

Scope and Content

Scripts to Books One through Six
Box 28, Folder 4

Captains and Kings. 976 July 14-October 12.

Scope and Content

Two editions of the script to book seven.
Box 28, Folder 4

Captains and Kings. 1976 September 1-October 14.

Scope and Content

Script to Book Eight.
Box 28, Folder 5

Captains and Kings. 1976 June 9-July 20.

Scope and Content

Scripts to books one through three.
Box 28, Folder 6

Captains and Kings. 1976 June 29-November 24.

Scope and Content

Scripts to books four and five.
Box 22, Folder 3

Wheels. 1977 June 28-July 8.

Scope and Content

Episode four scripts Two annotated scripts (first draft and revised first draft).
Box 22, Folder 4

Wheels. 1977 July 14-November 22.

Scope and Content

Three scripts to episode four.
Box 29

Wheels. 1977 May 6-June 8.

Scope and Content

Scripts to hours one and two.

General note

In folders 2-5.
Box 29

Wheels. 1977 August 31.

Scope and Content

Episode two master script
Box 29, Folder 6

Wheels. 1977 August 31.

Scope and Content

Episode two master script.
Box 29, Folder 7

Wheels. 1977 July 14-September 19.

Scope and Content

Two different edtions of the same script to episode two.
Box 29, Folder 7

Wheels. 1977 July 14-October 6.

Scope and Content

Three different edtions of the same script to episode two. One script includes lists of cast and sets.
Box 30, Folder 1

Wheels. 1977 July 14-November 23.

Scope and Content

Three different edtions of the same script to episode one. One script includes lists of cast and sets.
Box 30, Folder 2

Wheels. 1977 July 14-November 22.

Scope and Content

Three drafts of the script to episode three. One draft includes lists of cast and sets.
Box 30, Folder 3

Wheels. 1977 June 16.

Scope and Content

Hours three through six script. On item, "Orig."
Box 31, Folder 1

Wheels. 1977 July 15-November 22.

Scope and Content

Two scripts to episode five.
Box 31, Folder 2

Wheels. 1977 July 15-September 1.

Scope and Content

Three annotated scripts to episode five.
Box 31, Folder 3

Wheels. 1977 May 19-June 28.

Scope and Content

Two versions of the script to hours nine and ten.
 

Big Wheels. Subseries 7. 1965.

Scope and Content

Unproduced? western television series.
Box 18, Folder 2

Daily Production Report. 1965 January 11-18.

 

Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre. Subseries 8. 1964-1967.

Scope and Content

Television series.
Box 2, Folder 4

Don't Wait For Tomorrow. 1967.

Scope and Content

Cast, production staff lists, notes.
Box 20, Folder 2

Don't Wait for Tomorrow. 1966 January.

Scope and Content

Budget

General note

Director: Harvey Hart.
Box 39, Folder 12

Story Outline. 1967 November 28.

Box 20, Folder 2

The War and Eric Kurtz. 1964 December.

Scope and Content

Daily production report.

General note

Roy Huggins, producer.
Box 23, Folder 2

War and Otto Kurtz. 1964-1965.

Scope and Content

Includes: story conference notes; correspondence; story outline; broadcast standards dept. notes; inter-office memos.

General note

Also known as "P.O.W."
 

The Bold Ones: The Lawyers. Subseries 9. 1968-1972.

Scope and Content

Television series created by Huggins. Several episodes written by Huggins as John Thomas James.
Box 17

Daily Production Reports. 1969-1970.

Box 18, Folder 2

Budgets. 1970-1972.

Scope and Content

Budgets for each episode.
Box 18, Folder 7

Budgets. 1971 July-October.

Scope and Content

Budgets for each episode.
Box 9, Folder 14

By Reason of Insanity. 1971 August.

Scope and Content

Scripts (2).
Box 59, Folder 7

Clippings.

Box 59, Folder 7

Correspondence. 1969-1987.

Box 10, Folder 4

The Crowd Pleaser. 1969 July.

General note

Two scripts.
Box 10, Folder 7

The Crowd Pleaser.

Scope and Content

Based on a story by David Giler.

General note

Master script (heavily annotated).
Box 17, Folder 6

Crowd Pleaser. 1969 July.

Scope and Content

Heavily annotated scripts (two copies).
Box 9, Folder 7

A Game of Chance. 1969 July 3-30.

Scope and Content

Script.

General note

Based on the novel by Whit Masterson.
Box 16, Folder 7

Game of Chance.

Scope and Content

Memo: Re: Las Vegas location.
Box 9, Folder 13

Hall of Justice. 1971 July.

Scope and Content

Script
Box 9, Folder 14

The Hyland Confession. 1970 June-September.

Scope and Content

Script.

General note

Teleplay by Fenton. Story by James.
Box 9, Folder 15

The Hyland Confession. 1970 June-September.

General note

Script. Title formerly, "The Night of the Guru." Teleplay by Fenton. Story by James.
Box 9, Folder 15

In Defense of Ellen McKay. 1971 September.

General note

Script. Teleplay by Chase. Story by James.
Box 9, Folder 16

In Defense of Ellen McKay. 1971 September.

General note

Script. Teleplay by Chase. Story by James.
Box 9, Folder 7

In Sudden Darkness. 1971 November 2-9.

Scope and Content

Scripts.

General note

Teleplay by Israel and Moessinger. Story by Gloryette Clark. Two copies.
Box 9, Folder 11

The Invasion of Kevin Ireland. 1971 July-August.

Scope and Content

Scripts

General note

Teleplay by Jack B. Sowards. Story by Bret Huggins. Three copies.
Box 9, Folder 10

Justice is a Sometime Thing. 1971 September.

Scope and Content

scripts

General note

Four copies.
Box 10, Folder 5

Letter of the Law. 1971 September.

General note

Two scripts.
Box 10, Folder 3

Lisa, I Hardly Knew You. 1971 September-October.

General note

Script.
Box 9, Folder 5

The Lonleliness Racket. 1970 June-July.

Scope and Content

Scripts. Episode title formerly All The Lonely People.

General note

Two copies.
Box 9, Folder 13

The Long Morning After (parts I and II). 1971 July-August.

Scope and Content

scripts (annotated).

General note

Former episode title: The Anatomy of Loneliness.
Box 9, Folder 9

Panther in a Cage. 1970 June-July.

Scope and Content

Scripts.

General note

Three copies. Includes handwritten notes.
Box 9, Folder 3

The People Against Doctor Chapman. 1969-1970.

Box 9, Folder 8

The People Against Doctor Chapman. 1970 June-August.

Scope and Content

Script
Box 10, Folder 3

The People Against Ortega. 1969 July-August.

General note

Script.
Box 10, Folder 6

The People Against Ortega. 1969 July-August.

Scope and Content

From a story by William Pearson.

General note

Three scripts (annotated).
Box 10, Folder 5

Point of Honor. 1969 October.

General note

Title formerly, "A Funny Thing Happened on My Way to San Francisco." Script.
Box 9, Folder 4

The Price of Justice. 1970 September.

Scope and Content

Scripts.

General note

Four copies.
Box 10, Folder 4

The Price of Justice. 1970 August-September.

General note

Script.
Box 18, Folder 2

The Rockford Riddle. 1969 September.

Scope and Content

Daily production report.
Box 9, Folder 12

The Search for Leslie Grey.

Scope and Content

scripts.

General note

Three copies. Teleplay by Browne. Story by Howard.
Box 9, Folder 12

The Search for Leslie Grey.

Scope and Content

scripts (annotated).

General note

Three copies. Teleplay by Browne. Story by Howard.
Box 9, Folder 16

The Shattered Image. 1969 July-November.

General note

Two scripts (slightly annotated). Teleplay by Gordon. Story by Zuckerman.
Box 16, Folder 6

Inter-Office Memo; Research Notes. 1969 September 19.

Scope and Content

Memo on employment of Burl Ives and Joe Campanella. Research notes on what a dispatcher does.
Box 9, Folder 3

Shriek of Silence. 1969-1970.

Scope and Content

Scripts
Box 9, Folder 5

Shriek of Silence. 1969 August-September.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 9, Folder 6

The Strange Secret of Yermo Hill. 1971 June-July.

General note

Four copies. Annotated scripts.
Box 9, Folder 15

Trail of a Mafios. 1969 July-August.

General note

Two scripts. Former title, "Portrait of a Wanted Man."
Box 9, Folder 17

Trail of a Pfc. 1970 June-August.

General note

Three scripts (one annotated). Original episode title, "The Jury Hangs."
Box 9, Folder 8

The Verdict. 1970 May-July.

General note

Two copies. Annotated scripts.
Box 19, Folder 5

The Whole World is Watching. 1968 April-December.

Scope and Content

Budgets
Box 59, Folder 7

Writers' Credits. 1971.

 

Bus Stop. Subseries 10. 1961-1962.

Scope and Content

Television drama series. Creator, Roy Huggins.
Box 39, Folder 12

Invoice. 1961 August 10.

Box 59, Folder 8

Correspondence. 1991.

Box 59, Folder 9

Captains and The Kings. 1976.

Box 59, Folder 9

Correspondence and Memos. 1976.

 

Chaplin: the Story of Charlie and Lita. Subseries 11.

Box 23, Folder 1

Script and Research.

Scope and Content

Includes research on Lita Grey Chaplin.
 

Cheyenne. Subseries 12. 1955.

Box 39, Folder 12

Travelers Correspondence. 1955 December 13.

Scope and Content

Letter to Huggins from the composer.
 

City of Angels. Subseries 13.

Scope and Content

Television series. Huggins was the creator, and writer of many episodes.
Box 59, Folder 11, Box 3, Folder 4

Story description. 1976 February 12.

Box 4

Scripts. 1976 April.

Scope and Content

Scripts to episodes: Match Point; The Castle of Dreams; The Bloodshot Eye (formerly Fair Play); A Lonely Way to Die
Box 17, Folder 4

Daily Production Reports, Contracts and Budgets. 1976.

Box 59, Folder 10, Box 59, Folder 12, Box 59, Folder 11

Broadcast Standards Department Reports (NBC). 1976.

Box 18, Folder 2

Budgets. 1976.

Scope and Content

Budgets for episodes: Palm Springs Adventure; The Palm Springs Answer.
Box 18, Folder 4

Budgets. 1976.

Scope and Content

Budgets for episodes: Fair Play; House on Orange Grove Ave.; Castle of Dreams; A Sudden Silence; A Lovely Way to Die; Match Point; Say Goodbye to Yesterday.
Box 20, Folder 11

Budgets. 1976 February-March.

Scope and Content

Budgets for the following episodes: The Losers; Quicker Than the Eye.
Box 24, Folder 8

Crew List. 1976 April 28.

Scope and Content

Letter from Huggins to Willaim K. Jolley thanking him for such a great crew and crew list.
Box 59, Folder 10, Box 59, Folder 11, Box 59, Folder 12

Contracts. 1976.

Box 59, Folder 11, Box 59, Folder 10, Box 59, Folder 13, Box 59, Folder 12

Correspondence and Memos. 1969-1980.

Box 24, Folder 8

Untitled Episode. 1976 January 29.

Scope and Content

Script to untitled episode.
Box 35, Folder 3

Script. 1976 January 30.

Scope and Content

Script to episode, "Sweet Dolly", production no. 44511. Written by Harold Livingston.
Box 59, Folder 12

Shooting Schedule and Location Lists.

Box 59, Folder 13

Stock Legal Releases. 1976.

Box 59, Folder 10

Story Meeting Notes. 1976.

Box 35, Folder 3

Story Outlines. 1975-1976.

Scope and Content

Story outlines to the following episodes: pilot episode; Sweet Dolly; The Celluloid Image; In Search of April, and Cover Up.
 

Coffeyville. Subseries 14.

Box 16, Folder 6

Budget Information.

 

Conflict. 1957.

Box 60, Folder 1

Correspondence. 1957.

 

Cool Million. Subseries 15.

Scope and Content

Television series. Huggins was the executive producer.
Box 57, Folder 5

Daily Production Reports. 1972-October 17.

Box 1, Folder 2

Script and Script Notes. 1972.

Box 1, Folder 3

Rewrite notes. 1972.

Box 2, Folder 1

Scripts and Rewrite Notes. 1972.

Box 60, Folder 2

Story Department Ideas. 1972.

Scope and Content

Story ideas for Lingala Code, The Rediscovery of Bayard Barnes,
Box 3, Folder 1

Episode Story Outlines and Edited Rewrite Notes. 1972.

Box 57, Folder 5, Box 18, Folder 3

Budgets. 1972 November.

Scope and Content

Budgets for the following episodes: The $1,000,000.00 Misunderstanding; The Abduction of Bayard Barnes; $1,000,000.00 Rubber Check; Now You See Her.
Box 18, Folder 3

Summary of Picture Costs. 1972 August-September.

Scope and Content

Budgets for the following episodes: Assault on Gaualoni; Hunt for a Lonely Girl.
Box 20, Folder 11

Budgets. 1972-1973.

Scope and Content

Budgets for the following episodes: Hunt for a Lonely Girl; Assault on Gavaloni; The Abduction of Bayard Barnes; The Million Dollar Misunderstanding.
Box 37, Folder 2

Papers.

Scope and Content

Includes: clippings; interoffice memos; research materials; information on the use of certain words in scripts; correspondence; concerns of the National Association of Broadcasters Code Authority; staff notes on stories and characters; and budget information.
Box 37, Folder 2, Box 60, Folder 2

Correspondence and Memos.

Scope and Content

Includes changes to title credits and Screen Actor's and Writer's Guild correspondence.
Box 37, Folder 3

Fan Mail. 1972.

Scope and Content

Fan mail. Includes comments from Ms. Gloria Komaba and the Los Angeles Public Library, El Sereno Branch staff.
Box 37, Folder 3

Research Material.

Scope and Content

Includes information on parachuting.
Box 37, Folder 4

Papers. 1972 June 23-September 15.

Scope and Content

Includes information on: the NBC Fifth Annual Affiliates Film Festival featuring Cool Million; Universal Studios Tour contest winner; clippings and show official telephone number.
Box 37, Folder 4

Abduction of Bayard Barnes. 1972.

Scope and Content

Includes: Broadcast Standards Dept. notes; note on placement of station breaks;scheduling information; payroll requests; and story notes.
Box 37, Folder 3

Hunt for a Lonely Girl.

Scope and Content

Includes: Narration text; payroll requests. Production 36101.
Box 24, Folder 1

The Melting Man. 1972 June.

Scope and Content

Correspondence, story dept. notes and script.
Box 37, Folder 4

Melting Man. 1972 June 8.

Scope and Content

Correspondence between Huggins and Stanley Robertson of NBC.
Box 37, Folder 4

Now You See Her, Now You Don't. 1972 August 31-September 1.

Scope and Content

Includes: Memos regarding the use of the title, and producer's credit; correspondence.
Box 24, Folder 1

The Quest of the Holy Scroll.

Scope and Content

Script submission.
Box 37, Folder 4

The Quest of the Holy Scroll. 1972 September 1-11.

Scope and Content

Includes: draft of correspondence regarding buying the story option; Broadcast Standards Dept. episode notes.
Box 23, Folder 7

The Upper Depths.

Scope and Content

Story by John Thomas James.

General note

Production no. 36100
Box 60, Folder 2

Writing Credits. 1972.

Scope and Content

The $1,000,000.00 Rubber Check and The Upper Depths episodes; credits include Juanita Bartlett and John Thomas James(Roy Huggins).
 

Counterforce. Subseries 16. 1975-1977.

Box 60, Folder 3

Contract Memos. 1976.

Scope and Content

Includes Writer's employment contract preparation memos.
Box 16, Folder 6

Correspondence. 1975-1977.

Box 39, Folder 12

Correspondence. 1976-1977.

Scope and Content

Includes a cast list.
Box 60, Folder 3

Notes from Discussions of Drafts. 1976.

Scope and Content

Includes discussion notes on episodes: Pilot and Hit.
 

Counterstroke. 1979.

Box 60, Folder 4

Man Of A Thousand faces. 1979.

Scope and Content

Includes sequence outline by Roy Huggins based on the novel by Andrew Grave.
Box 60, Folder 4

Correspondence and memos. 1979.

 

Critical Care. Subseries 17.

Scope and Content

Written by David Aaron.
Box 23, Folder 7

Treatment.

 

Day the Laughter Stopped. Subseries 18. 1979.

Scope and Content

Based on the book by David Yallop. Written by Stephen Kurzfeld and Chris Lucky. Roy Huggins, executive producer.
Box 23

Script. 1979 February 9.

 

Day The Mob Died (The). 1967.

Box 60, Folder 5

Script. 1967.

Scope and Content

Original script by Howard Browne.
Box 60, Folder 5

Correspondence and memos.

 

The Death of Me Yet. Subseries 19. 1970-1971.

Scope and Content

Television drama based on the novel by Whit Masterson.
Box 15, Folder 1

Story Outline. 1970 February 26.

 

Destry. Subseries 20. 1964.

Scope and Content

Television series.
Box 23, Folder 5

Johnny, I Hardly Knew You.

Scope and Content

Script. Production no. 24206.
Box 60, Folder 6

Correspondence and memos. 1963.

Scope and Content

Includes inter-office communication (revue studios) and communication with ABC.
 

Don't Wait For Tomorrow. 1966.

Box 57, Folder 6

Daily Production Reports. 1966.

 

Do You Take This Stranger. Subseries 21.

Scope and Content

Television movie. Alternate titles: A Knock at the Wrong Door; Strangers and Lovers.
Box 20, Folder 10

Budget Information; Research and Script Addendum. 1967-1971.

Scope and Content

Budgets; research article; handwritten script addendum.
 

Double Take. Subseries 22.

Box 16, Folder 6

Motion Picture Budget.

 

Drive Hard, Drive Fast. Subseries 23. 1969 November-1970 March.

Scope and Content

Television drama. Written by Douglas Hayes and Roy Huggins.
Box 16, Folder 6

Credit Notes. 1969 December 16.

Box 19, Folder 6

Budget Information. 1969 November-1970 March.

 

Ellery Queen. 1971.

Box 60, Folder 7

Memos.

Scope and Content

Inter-office communication about the success of Ellery Queen Detective Stories.
 

The Exile. Subseries 24.

Scope and Content

Proposed television dramatic series.
Box 15, Folder 1

Act One Story Outlines. 1974.

Scope and Content

Two different copies.
Box 15, Folder 1

Luther Davis Correspondance to Roy Huggins. 1964 September 10.

General Physical Description note: 3

Scope and Content

Thoughts on the program from Davis. Signed by both Huggins and Davis.
Box 15, Folder 1

Note from Luther Davis regarding Exile Revised Outline. 1965 May 8.

Box 60, Folder 8

Correspondence and memos. 1970.

Box 15, Folder 1

Production Notes. 1964 September 19.

Physical Description: 2.0 p.
Box 15, Folder 1

Story Proposal. 1964 September 19.

Scope and Content

Written by Luther Davis based on a format by Roy Huggins.
Box 15, Folder 1

Television Series Outline.

Box 16, Folder 7

Handwritten Note on Making the Deal for the Option.

Box 35, Folder 2

Story Outline, Correspondence & Memo. 1964 August 10-1970 June 5.

Scope and Content

Four page letter from Luther Davis to Huggins; memo from Huggins to Sid Sheinberg; story outline by Luther Davis.
 

Fifty Percent of Normal.

Box 60, Folder 9

Title Credits. 1973.

 

Flash and The Firecat.

Box 60, Folder 10

Script.

 

Follow The Sun. 1961.

Box 60, Folder 11

Correspondence and memos.

Box 60, Folder 11

Budgets.

Box 60, Folder 11

Format.

 

The Fugitive. Subseries 25.

Box 37, Folder 10

Fear in a Desert Town Correspondence. 1968 February 29.

Scope and Content

Regarding rights to a Dutch translation.
Box 60, Folder 12

The People's Choice Award.

Scope and Content

Includes letter from People's Choice Award noting that The Fugitive is one of the top three favorite dramatic Motion Pictures of the year.
Box 60, Folder 12

Correspondence and memos. 1967-1992.

 

Game of Chance. 1964.

Box 60, Folder 13

Correspondence and memos. 1964.

Scope and Content

Also known as The green Felt jungle written by Howard Brown.
 

Gone To Texas. 1977-1978.

Box 60, Folder 14

Screenplay. 1977.

Box 60, Folder 14

Notes on treatment. 1977.

 

The Grape War. Subseries 26. 1974.

Scope and Content

Proposed movie of the week written by Clyde Ware.
Box 15, Folder 2, Box 60, Folder 15

Story Outline and Note. 1974 October 25.

Scope and Content

Note to Roy and Joe from Clyde Ware about the story line and complete story line. Production no. 42131.
Box 58, Folder 13

Greed.

 

The Greaser. 1970.

Box 60, Folder 16

Correspondence and memos. 1970-1971.

Box 60, Folder 16

Story Summary. 1970.

Scope and Content

Original Western story by Judith and Robert Guy Barrows.
 

Gumshoe: Reflections in a Private Eye. 1971.

Box 60, Folder 17

Tape Notes. 1971.

Box 60, Folder 17

Correspondence. 1992.

 

The Gun and The Nun. 1970-1976.

Box 60, Folder 18

Correspondence and memos. 1971-1976.

 

Hawaii's Vanishing Heritage. Subseries 27.

General Physical Description note: project outlines

Scope and Content

A proposal for a television special in three parts. Roy Huggins, executive producer; Richard L. Bare, writer. Alternate project title, "My Fair Hawaii."
Box 14, Folder 5

Presentation Proposals.

Scope and Content

Different edtions of the proposal under both titles, "My Fair Hawaii" and "Hawaii's Vanishing Heritage." Includes handwritten notes on possible celebrity participants.
Box 60, Folder 19

Script Revisions.

 

Hazard's People. Subseries 28. 1976.

Scope and Content

Television series, produced by Huggins.
Box 15, Folder 1

An Abandoned and Malignant Heart. 1976 July 20.

Scope and Content

Episode outline using the story from the novel of the same title by William Pearson. Heavily annotated first draft script included.

General note

Original episode title "Trial of Honor."
Box 15, Folder 1

An Abandoned and Malignant Heart. 1976 July 20.

Scope and Content

Episode outline using the story from the novel of the same title by William Pearson. Heavily annotated first draft script included.

General note

Original episode title "Trial of Honor."
Box 24, Folder 7

An Abandoned and Malignant Hearth. 1976 August 6.

Scope and Content

Revised 1st draft script.

General note

Teleplay by Nelson. Based on the novel, "Trial of Honor" by William Pearson.
Box 47, Folder 3

An Abandoned and Malignant Heart. 1976 August 10.

Scope and Content

Includes two scripts of "An Abandoned Malignant Heart" teleplay by Dick Nelson based on the novel by "Trial By Heart" by William Pearson.
Box 47, Folder 3

An Abandoned and Malignant Heart. 1976 August 07.

Scope and Content

Includes 1st draft from August 07, 1976 with title change from "Trial of Honor" to "An Abandoned and Malignant Heart."
Box 60, Folder 21, Box 60, Folder 20

The Bedford Confessions.

Scope and Content

Script by Gloryette Clark.
Box 47, Folder 2

The Bedford Confessions. 1976 June 30.

Scope and Content

Includes two scripts of "The Bedford Confessions" written by Gloryette Clark.
Box 60, Folder 20

Burden of Proof.

Scope and Content

Includes description and treatment of story idea.
Box 47, Folder 4

A Crown of Thorns. 1976 July 08.

Scope and Content

Includes two copies of the script "A Crown of Thorns" teleplay by William D. Gordon, first draft rec'd July 08, 1976.
Box 60, Folder 20, Box 24, Folder 7

A Crown of Thorns. 1976 July 8.

Scope and Content

First draft script.

General note

Teleplay by William D. Gordon.
Box 60, Folder 20, Box 60, Folder 21

Correspondence and memos. 1976.

Box 14, Folder 4

The Image Maker. 1976.

Scope and Content

Annotated script.
Box 47, Folder 2

The Image Maker. 1976 June 29.

Scope and Content

Includes two scripts of "The Image Maker" written by F. D. Averno.
Box 14, Folder 4

Inadmissable Evidence. 1976.

Scope and Content

Annotated story outline.
Box 60, Folder 20

In Search of A Chance.

Scope and Content

Includes description and treatment of story idea.
Box 60, Folder 20

A Jury Of His Peers. 1976.

Scope and Content

Includes description and treatment of story idea.
Box 60, Folder 20

Murder in Malibu.

Scope and Content

Includes description and treatment of story idea.
Box 60, Folder 20

The Neon Palace.

Scope and Content

Includes description and treatment of story idea.
 

Newspaper clippings. 1969.

Scope and Content

Souvenir newspaper and Celebration newspaper magazine for Coffeyville. and LA Times clippings.
Box 60, Folder 20

A Rage For Vengeance.

Scope and Content

Includes treatment and notes.
Box 60, Folder 20

The Victim Who Never Was.

Scope and Content

Includes description and treatment of story idea.
Box 60, Folder 21

Script revisions. 1969.

Box 60, Folder 21

Trial of Honor. 1976.

Scope and Content

Includes handwritten story ideas and typed treatments.
Box 14, Folder 4

Wild Justice. 1976 August 5.

Scope and Content

1st draft script (annotated).

General note

Original episode title, "A Rage for Vengeance."
Box 47, Folder 1

Wild Justice. 1976 August 10.

Scope and Content

Includes three scripts of "Wild Justice" written by Kevin Douglas.
Box 60, Folder 21, Box 60, Folder 20

Writer's Contract memos. 1976.

 

Headhunters. Subseries 29.

Scope and Content

Series concept by Gloryette Clark and Anita Howe-Waxman
Box 24, Folder 2

Series Concept.

 

How to Steal an Airplane. Subseries 30. 1968 April-August.

Scope and Content

Television drama originally filmed under the title, "Only One Day Left Before Tomorrow." Alternate title, "The Scavengers." Alternate titles, "Today the Hard Way"; "The Violent Legacy." Roy Huggins, executive producer.
Box 19, Folder 7

Budgets. 1968 April-August.

 

Hunter. Subseries 31.

Scope and Content

Action, crime drama. Huggins was executive producer of 68 episodes.
Box 36, Folder 2

Correspondence. 1987-1988.

Box 36, Folder 3

Correspondence. 1987-1989.

Box 39, Folder 12

Correspondence. 1987.

 

Any Second Now. Subseries 4. 1969 March 6.

Box 16, Folder 6

Budget Information. 1969 March 6.

Box 61, Folder 1

Correspondence. 1986.

 

It Takes a Thief. Subseries 32.

Scope and Content

Television series.
Box 20, Folder 10

Episode Budgets. 1967-1968.

Scope and Content

Budgets for the following episodes: It Takes One To Know One; When Boy Meets Girl; Togally by Design; A Very Warm Reception; One Illegal Angel; When Thieves Fall In; A Spot of Trouble; When Good Friends Get Together; Birds of a Feather; To Steal a Battleship.
 

Jayhawkers. Subseries 33.

Box 16, Folder 1

Assorted Papers. 1961.

Scope and Content

Includes script fragments and inter-office communications.
 

Jigsaw. Subseries 34.

Scope and Content

Television series.
Box 1, Folder 2

Annotated scripts. 1972.

Box 1, Folder 3

Annotated scripts and rewrite notes. 1972.

Box 61, Folder 2

Correspondence and memos. 1972-1973.

Box 3, Folder 1

Episode story outline. 1972.

Box 57, Folder 7, Box 20, Folder 10, Box 61, Folder 2

Budgets. 1972-1973.

Scope and Content

For episodes: In Case of Emergency Notify Clint Eastwood; A Badge on Fire; To Stalk the Night; Finders Fee; Hard Time; The Bradley Affair; Kiss the Dream Goodbye; Girl on the Run; The Landscape of Hell.
Box 37, Folder 1

Papers. 1972 July 21-December 8.

Scope and Content

Includes: Inter office memos; 1972-72 format plan; ASI tests for episodes: A Badge on Fire and Hard Time; contract information for episode, Thin Air; research for episode The Landscape of Hell; and notes and budget for the same episode.
Box 20, Folder 10

Girl on the Run. 1972 November 20-29.

Scope and Content

Summary of detail picture cost.
Box 37, Folder 1

Papers. 1973 January 29-February 8.

Scope and Content

Includes: correspondence to and from viewer regarding the acceptance of homosexuality; Dept. of Broadcast Standards and Practices notes on the episode; reviews by industry staff.
Box 20, Folder 10

Kiss the Dream Goodbye. 1972 November 8-15.

Scope and Content

Summary of detail picture cost.
Box 29, Folder 1

Kiss the Dream Goodbye. 1972 October 24-1973 February 26.

Scope and Content

Teleplay by Cannell. Based on the novel by Browne.
Box 35, Folder 11

A Knock at the Wrong Door. 1972 November 8-1973 January 19.

Scope and Content

Includes: correspondence; casting information; credit information; production notes; character descriptions; budget information and a director's contract.
Box 20, Folder 10

The Landscape of Hell. 1972 November 8-15.

Scope and Content

Daily production report.
Box 28, Folder 7

The Other Room. 1972 May 4.

Scope and Content

Script. On cover, "new title, 'In Case of Emergency Notify Clint Eastwood."
Box 28, Folder 7

The Price of Silence. 1972 August 9.

Scope and Content

Annotated first draft script.
Box 28, Folder 7

Three to Get Ready. 1972 July 31-August 29.

Scope and Content

Final draft? script.
Box 57, Folder 7

Story Rights Notes. 1946-1947.

Box 61, Folder 2

Voice over script.

Scope and Content

Voice over script for episode The Landscape of Hell.
 

Joey The Weep. 1974.

Box 61, Folder 3

Credit Proposal. 1974.

 

Johnny X. 1971-1972.

Box 61, Folder 4

Correspondence.

Box 61, Folder 4

Notes from Tape. 1972.

Scope and Content

Story idea based on the novel The Double Take by Roy Huggins.
 

Judas Gospel. Subseries 35. 1975.

Scope and Content

Screenplay. Production no. 00332.
Box 61, Folder 5

First draft revision notes. 1975.

Box 15, Folder 3

Screenplay Notes and Scene Outlines. 1975 April 16-October 10.

Box 61, Folder 5

Story notes. 1975.

Scope and Content

Story notes given to Barry Harman, Harve Brosten by Roy Huggins for special movie project.
 

Karpf's Case. 1976.

Box 61, Folder 6

Chronology notes.

Box 61, Folder 6

Note. 1976.

 

Kentucky Run. Subseries 36. 1977.

Scope and Content

Television series.
Box 15, Folder 3

Pilot Episode Script and Contract. 1977.

Scope and Content

Annotated pilot script episode. Also includes writer's contracts.
Box 61, Folder 8, Box 61, Folder 7

Correspondence and memos. 1977.

Box 61, Folder 7

Variety clippings. 1977.

Box 61, Folder 7

Crew List. 1977.

Box 61, Folder 8

Interview lists (casting call). 1977.

Scope and Content

Includes actors and actresses names, agents, time read for part with some annotation.
Box 61, Folder 8

Cast Suggestions. 1977.

Scope and Content

Casting suggestions for pilot episode of Kentucky Run.
Box 61, Folder 7

Screen test script.

Scope and Content

Screen test written by Roy Huggins.
Box 19, Folder 5, Box 57, Folder 8

Budget. 1977 September 12.

Box 24, Folder 8

Girl on a Flying Trapeze. 1977 November 4.

Scope and Content

Heavily annotated script.
Box 61, Folder 7

Girl on a Flying Trapeze. 1977.

Scope and Content

Unannotated script by Gloryette Clark.
Box 57, Folder 8

Daily Production Reports. 1977.

 

To Kill A Queen.

Box 61, Folder 9

Script. 1970.

Scope and Content

First draft script by Richard T. Heffron.
 

Kill Me Once, Kill Me Twice. Subseries 37. 1968 August-October.

Scope and Content

Television movie. Gene Levitt, producer, director, writer.
Box 19, Folder 7

Budget Information. 1968 August-October.

 

King's X. 1975.

Box 61, Folder 10

Correspondence and memos. 1972-1975.

Scope and Content

Includes correspondence with Marshall Houts and notes on King's X.
 

Kraft Mystery Theatre. 1963.

Box 57, Folder 9

Budgets. 1963.

 

Kraft Suspense Theatre. Subseries 38. 1963-1965.

Scope and Content

Television series.
Box 15, Folder 6

Assorted Papers. 1963.

Scope and Content

Includes: clippings and inter-office memos regarding the Suspense series.
Box 16, Folder 4

Kraft Cameraman Pamphlets.

Box 16, Folder 7

Script Delivery Note from Author, Howard Browne. 1964 August 28.

Box 20, Folder 1

The Action of the Tiger. 1963 August.

Scope and Content

Budget

General note

Director: Richard Irving.
Box 61, Folder 11, Box 57, Folder 10

Budgets. 1963-1965.

Box 37, Folder 11

The Case Against Paul Ryker. 1963 October 7.

Scope and Content

Re: TV Guide close up not used.
Box 20, Folder 1

A Cause of Danger. 1964 January.

Scope and Content

Budget

General note

Director: Richard Bare.
Box 20, Folder 1

Charlie, He Couldn't Kill a Fly. 1964 March-April.

Scope and Content

Budget

General note

Director: Bernard Girard
Box 20, Folder 1

A Cruel and Unusual Night. 1964 April.

Scope and Content

Budget

General note

Director: Leslie Martinson. Guest star: Ronald Reagan.
Box 20, Folder 1

The Deep End. 1963 November.

Scope and Content

Budget

General note

Director: Francis D. Lyon.
Box 20, Folder 1

Doesn't Know Who I Am. 1964 January.

Scope and Content

Budget

General note

Director: William Graham.
Box 15, Folder 2

The Green Felt Jungle. 1965 January.

Physical Description: 3.0 p.

Scope and Content

Inter-Office memos regarding contracts and filming schedule.
Box 16, Folder 7

Casting Notes.

Box 16, Folder 7

Contract Information. 1964 June 10.

Box 16, Folder 7

Correspondence. 1965 April 3.

Scope and Content

Congratulatory letter from Ovid Demaris.
Box 16, Folder 7

Correspondence. 1964 December 7.

Scope and Content

Letter from ABC on why they did not produce this project.
Box 61, Folder 11

Correspondence and memos. 1963-1964.

Scope and Content

Includes correspondence from the American Bar Association, Jewish Federation Council of LA.
Box 16, Folder 7

Legal Comments. 1964 October 1.

Box 16, Folder 7

Legal Comments. 1964 October 1-November 17.

Box 16, Folder 7

Meeting Notes. 1964 July 30.

Box 16, Folder 7

Memo. 1964 June 11.

Scope and Content

Regarding contracts for Reid and Demaris.
Box 16, Folder 7

Memo Regarding Alex March. 1964 December 14.

Box 16, Folder 7

Memo: Regarding current events effecting the show. 1965 March 4.

Box 16, Folder 7

Memos Regarding Alex March. 1964 November 25-December 14.

Scope and Content

Regarding contracts and other obligations.
Box 16, Folder 7

Note on script writing.

Box 20, Folder 1

The Gun. 1964 May.

Scope and Content

Budget

General note

Director: Michale O'Herlihy. Guest star: Eddie Albert.
Box 20, Folder 1

The Hunt. 1963 October.

Scope and Content

Budget

General note

Director: William Graham.
Box 20, Folder 1

Knight's Gambit. 1964 February.

Scope and Content

Budget

General note

Director: Walter Grauman.
Box 15, Folder 4

Leviathan, Five. 1963 October 11.

Scope and Content

Story outline.

General note

Two copies.
Box 16, Folder 7

Leviathan Five.

Scope and Content

Script Revisions
Box 20, Folder 1

Leviathan Five. 1963 December.

Scope and Content

Budget

General note

Director: David Rich.
Box 20, Folder 1

The Long Lost Life of Edward Smalley. 1963 July.

Scope and Content

Budget

General note

Director: Robert Altman.
Box 20, Folder 1

The Machine That Played God. 1963 October.

Scope and Content

Budget

General note

Director: Paul Wendkos.
Box 20, Folder 1

My Enemy in This Town. 1963 December.

Scope and Content

Budget

General note

Director: Richard Bare.
Box 20, Folder 1

The Name of the Game. 1963 October.

Scope and Content

Budget

General note

Director: Sydney Pollack.
Box 20, Folder 1

Once Upon a Savage Night. 1963 December-1964 January.

Scope and Content

Budget

General note

Director: Robert Altman.
Box 16, Folder 7

Clipping. 1963 September 9.

Scope and Content

Title, " Milland in Step with TV Pace."
Box 20, Folder 1

Portrait of an Unknown Man. 1964 February-March.

Scope and Content

Budget

General note

Director: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Box 20, Folder 1

The Robrioz Ring. 1964 March-April.

Scope and Content

Budget

General note

Director: David Rich.
Box 61, Folder 11

Say Goodbye To Sorrow. 1964.

Scope and Content

Includes notes for story and script.
Box 19, Folder 7

A Sweet Taste of Vengeance. 1964 March.

Scope and Content

Budget
Box 20, Folder 2

Sweet Taste of Vengeance. 1964 March.

Scope and Content

Daily production reports.
Box 24, Folder 9

Sweet Taste of Vengeance. 1964 February-March.

Scope and Content

Correspondence and Shooting Schedule
Box 24, Folder 9

Sweet Taste of Vengeance.

Scope and Content

Shooting Instructions.
Box 24, Folder 9

Sweet Taste of Vengeance. 1964 January 20-22.

Scope and Content

Story outlines (annotated) and cast list. Original title, "Cry Vengeance."
Box 39, Folder 8

Sweet Taste of Vengeance. 1964 January-May.

Scope and Content

Story outline, correspondence, memos, and cast sheet.
Box 61, Folder 11

Sweet Taste of Vengeance. 1964.

Scope and Content

Includes script revisions, budgets, final cost estimates.
Box 20, Folder 1

Their Own Executioners. 1964 March.

Scope and Content

Budget

General note

Director: Walter Grauman.
Box 20, Folder 1

The Threatening Eye. 1964 January-February.

Scope and Content

Budget.

General note

Director: Ida Lupino.
Box 20, Folder 1

A Truce To Terror. 1963 November.

Scope and Content

Budget

General note

Director: Robert Sparr.
Box 20, Folder 1

The Watchman. 1964 January-April.

Scope and Content

Budget

General note

Director: Sydney Pollack.
Box 20, Folder 1

Who is Jennifer. 1963 November.

Scope and Content

Budget

General note

Director: Alvin Ganzer.
Box 20, Folder 1

The Wine Dark Sea. 1964 April.

Scope and Content

Budget

General note

Director: Elliot Silverstein
Box 61, Folder 11

Writer Contracts (budgets). 1964.

 

The Last Convertible.

Box 48, Folder 1

The Last Convertible Episode III. 1979 April 17-May 29.

Scope and Content

Includes script from April 17, 1979 to May 29, 1979. Contributing writers: Clyde Ware, Stephen McPherson based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 48, Folder 1

The Last Convertible Episode III. 1979 April 17-August 14.

Scope and Content

Includes script from April 17, 1979 to August 14, 1979. Contributing writers: Clyde Ware, Stephen McPherson based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 48, Folder 1

The Last Convertible Part II (The War). 1979 March 20.

Scope and Content

Includes script from March 20, 1979. written by Claude Ware based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 48, Folder 2

The Last Convertible Episode II. 1979 April 17- July 03.

Scope and Content

Includes script from April 17, 1979 to July 3, 1979. Contributing writers: Philip DeGuere, Clyde Ware, and Stephen McPherson based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 48, Folder 2

The Last Convertible Episode II. 1979 June 19.

Scope and Content

Includes script from April 17, 1979 to July 19, 1979. Contributing writers: Philip DeGuere, Clyde Ware, Stephen McPherson based on the novel by Anton Myrer with re-write/revisions by Anton Myrer.
Box 48, Folder 3

The Last Convertible Episode II. 1979 April 17-July 24.

Scope and Content

Includes script from April 17, 1979 to July 24, 1979. Contributing writers: Philip DeGuere, Clyde Ware, Stephen McPherson based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 48, Folder 3

The Last Convertible II. 1979 April 08.

Scope and Content

Includes script from April 08, 1979. Teleplay by Stephen McPherson based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 49, Folder 1

The Last Convertible Part Four. 1979 April 12.

Scope and Content

Includes script from April 12, 1979. Written by Clyde Ware based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 49, Folder 2

The Last Convertible. 1978 November 17.

Scope and Content

Includes two copies of 1st draft of script from November 17 1978 written by Philip DeGuere based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 49, Folder 2

The Last Convertible. 1979 February 12.

Scope and Content

Includes two copies of revised script from February 12, 1979 written by Philip DeGuere based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 49, Folder 2

TV Channels. 1979 September 23-29.

Scope and Content

Photocopy of TV Channels clippings on "The Last Convertible" starring Perry King, Deborah Raffin.
Box 49, Folder 3

The Last Convertible Episode I. 1979 April 17- July 05.

Scope and Content

Includes revised script from July 05, 1979 written by Philip DeGuere and Stephen McPherson based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 49, Folder 4

The Last Convertible Episode I. 1979 April 17- May 30.

Scope and Content

Includes revised script from May 30, 1979 teleplay by Philip DeGuere based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 49, Folder 5

The Last Convertible. 1979 April 17- May 17.

Scope and Content

Includes script from May 17, 1979. Contributing writers: Philip DeGuere, Clyde Ware, Stephen McPherson based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 49, Folder 6

The Last Convertible Episode III. 1979 April 17- July 12.

Scope and Content

Includes script from April 17, 1979 to July 12, 1979. Contributing writers: Clyde Ware, Stephen McPherson based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 49, Folder 6

The Last Convertible Episode III. 1979 April 17- August 07.

Scope and Content

Includes script from April 17, 1979 to August 7, 1979. Contributing writers: Clyde Ware, Stephen McPherson based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 50, Folder 1

The Last Convertible Episode I. 1979 April 17- June 19.

Scope and Content

Includes script from April 17, 1979 to June 19, 1979. Contributing writers: Philip DeGuere, Stephen McPherson based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 50, Folder 1

The Last Convertible Episode III. 1979 April 17- August 14.

Scope and Content

Includes script from April 17, 1979 to August 14, 1979. Contributing writers: Clyde Ware and Stephen McPherson based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 50, Folder 2

The Last Convertible. 1978 November 17.

Scope and Content

Includes annotated 1st draft of script from November 17, 1978. Written by Philip DeGuere based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 50, Folder 3

The Last Convertible - 13-Hour Version. 1979 April 20.

Scope and Content

Includes script from April 20, 1979 marked (Spec. Run). Contributing writers: Philip DeGuere, Clyde Ware, Stephen McPherson and Joyce Howard based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 51, Folder 1

The Last Convertible Episode II. 1979 April 17- July 24.

Scope and Content

Includes script from April 17, 1979 to July 24, 1979. Contributing writers: Philip DeGuere, Clyde Ware, Stephen McPherson based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 51, Folder 1

The Last Convertible Episode III. 1979 April 17- June 27.

Scope and Content

Includes script from April 17, 1979 to May 29, 1979. Received from Anton Myrer on June 27, 1979. Contributing writers: Philip DeGuere, Clyde Ware, Stephen McPherson based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 51, Folder 2

The Last Convertible Episode I. 1979 April 17- June 11.

Scope and Content

Includes script from April 17, 1979 to June 11, 1979. Contributing writers: Philip DeGuere, Stephen McPherson based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 51, Folder 2

The Last Convertible Episode II. 1979 April 17- July 19.

Scope and Content

Includes script from April 17, 1979 to Jul7 19, 1979. Contributing writers: Philip DeGuere, Clyde Ware, Stephen McPherson based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 51, Folder 3

The Last Convertible Episode I. 1979 April 17- July 13.

Scope and Content

Includes script from April 17, 1979 to July 13, 1979. Contributing writers: Philip DeGuere, Stephen McPherson based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 51, Folder 3

The Last Convertible Episode I. 1979 April 17- June 21.

Scope and Content

Includes script from April 17, 1979 to June 21, 1979. Contributing writers: Philip DeGuere, Stephen McPherson based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 51, Folder 4

The Last Convertible Part Three. 1979 April 06.

Scope and Content

Includes script received April 06, 1979 written by Clyde Ware based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 51, Folder 4

The Last Convertible Episode III. 1979 April 17- August 01.

Scope and Content

Includes script from April 17, 1979 to August 01, 1979. Contributing writers: Clyde Ware, Stephen McPherson based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 52, Folder 1

The Last Convertible Episode I. 1979 April 17.

Scope and Content

Includes script from April 17, 1979. Teleplay by Philip DeGuere based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 52, Folder 1

The Last Convertible Episode I. 1979 April 17- July 10.

Scope and Content

Includes script from April 17, 1979 to July 24, 1979. Contributing writers: Philip DeGuere, Stephen McPherson based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 52, Folder 1

The Last Convertible Episode I. 1979 April 17- July 13.

Scope and Content

Includes script from April 17, 1979 to July 13, 1979. Contributing writers: Philip DeGuere, Stephen McPherson based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 52, Folder 2

The Last Convertible Episode II. 1979 April 17.

Scope and Content

Includes script from April 17, 1979. Contributing writers: Philip DeGuere, Clyde Ware, Stephen McPherson based on the novel by Anton Myrer.
Box 52, Folder 2

The Last Convertible. 1979 May 07.

Scope and Content

Annotated Script Episode # 85240-B.
 

A Life of One's Own.

Box 61, Folder 12

Copy of book.

Scope and Content

Photo-copy of book by Margaret Sanger with annotations.
 

Lonely Profession. Subseries 39. 1967-1969.

Scope and Content

Failed series pilot, originally titled, "The Savarona Syndrome." Roy Huggins, executive producer. Alternate title, "The Day the Mob Died." Production no. 81164.
Box 19, Folder 4

Budgets. 1968 December 11-1969 February 6.

General note

Working title, "The Savaronah Syndrome."
Box 7

Memo. 1967 November 24.

Scope and Content

Stating delivery of the script, "The Day the Mob Died" by author, Howard Browne, requesting payment.
 

Maverick. Subseries 40.

Box 16, Folder 7

Ratings. 1975 September 30.

Box 23, Folder 7

Story Submissions. 1958 May.

Box 16, Folder 7

Rope of Cards Episode Notes. 1958 March 31.

Box 39, Folder 12

Woman on the Run. 1977 December 2.

Scope and Content

Story outline.

General note

Alternate title, "Trapped."
 

Medi-Commandos. Subseries 41. 1970.

Scope and Content

Television movie of the week.
Box 20, Folder 9

ABC Shooting Script Review. 1970 September 29.

Scope and Content

Includes suggested changes to the script.
Box 61, Folder 13

Correspondence. 1970.

Box 20, Folder 9

Memo. 1970 June 23.

Scope and Content

From Huggins to Sheinberg regarding the project topic.
Box 20, Folder 9

Notes. 1970 JUne 16.

Scope and Content

Transcript of audio notes on a scene.
Box 20, Folder 9

Research.

Scope and Content

Newspaper magazine article, "Once a Medic, Now a Medex."
Box 20, Folder 9

Scripts.

Scope and Content

Heavily annotated.
Box 35, Folder 4

Re-Write Notes. 1970 August 18-September 4.

Scope and Content

Heavily annotated re-write notes by Huggins.
Box 35, Folder 4

Story Outline. 1970 June 15.

Scope and Content

Written by Jerry Bredouw. Production no. 841408.
Box 35, Folder 5

Annotated Story Outline.

Box 36, Folder 8

Second Draft Script. 1970 September 15.

Scope and Content

Heavily annotated.
Box 36, Folder 8

Second Draft Script. 1970 September 15.

Scope and Content

Heavily annotated.
Box 36, Folder 9, Box 61, Folder 13

Treatment. 1970 August 4-12.

Scope and Content

Edited transcript of dictated treatment by Huggins.
Box 61, Folder 13

Writer's contract memo. 1970.

 

My Brother Rene. Subseries 42. 1970.

Box 23, Folder 3

Series Presentation and Story Outline. 1970 July 1.

 

Not So Grimm. 1970.

 

Correspondence and memos. 1969-1970.

Box 61, Folder 14

Treatments. 1970.

 

Nurse. Subseries 43. 1980.

Scope and Content

Television drama written by Sue Grafton.
Box 15, Folder 4

Annotated Script.

 

The Oberon Contract. 1973.

Box 61, Folder 15

Credit Proposal. 1973.

 

The Outsider. Subseries 44.

Scope and Content

Television series created by Huggins.
Box 16, Folder 3

Budgets. 1966.

Box 17, Folder 3

Budgets. 1968-1969.

Box 19, Folder 4

Budgets. 1966 November 22-December 26.

Box 61, Folder 16

Correspondence and memos. 1967-1970.

Box 20, Folder 5

Daily Production Reports for Silent Footage. 1968 January 15-18.

Box 10, Folder 1

Along Came a Spider. 1967 September-November.

General note

Script.
Box 20, Folder 5

Along Came a Spider. 1967 November 29-December 6.

Scope and Content

Daily production reports.
Box 20, Folder 5

As Cold as Ashes. 1968 June17-August 21.

Scope and Content

Daily production reports.
Box 10, Folder 1

Behind God's Back. 1968 May-December.

General note

Title formerly, "All the Young Animals." Script
Box 20, Folder 4

Behind God's Back. 1968 December 4-11.

Scope and Content

Daily production reports.
Box 9, Folder 1

A Bowl of Cherries. 1967-1968.

Scope and Content

Title formerly "A Hill of Beans".

General note

Script.
Box 20, Folder 4

A Bowl of Cherries. 1968 November 25-December 3.

Scope and Content

Daily production reports.
Box 20, Folder 5

Eyes of the Beholder. 1969 January 20-28.

Scope and Content

Daily production reports.
Box 10, Folder 2

The Flip Side. 1968 December-1969 January.

General note

Script.
Box 20, Folder 4

The Flip Side. 1968 December 23-1979 January 7.

Scope and Content

Daily production reports.
Box 10, Folder 2

For Members Only. 1967 November-March.

General note

Script.
Box 20, Folder 4

For Members Only. 1968 February 10-27.

Scope and Content

Daily production reports.
Box 10, Folder 2

The Girl From Missouri. 1968 February-October.

General note

Script.
Box 20, Folder 4

The Girl From Missouri. 1968 July 9-16.

Scope and Content

Daily production reports.
Box 10, Folder 2

Handle With Care. 1968 December-January.

General note

Script.
Box 20, Folder 4

Handle With Care. 1969 January 9-16.

Scope and Content

Revised and original daily production reports.
Box 20, Folder 4

I Can't Hear You Scream. 1967 October 24-31.

Scope and Content

Daily production report.
Box 20, Folder 4

Land of the Fox. 1967 October 16-23.

Scope and Content

Daily production report.
Box 20, Folder 4

A Lot of Muscle. 1969 January 31-February 7.

Scope and Content

Daily production reports.
Box 9, Folder 18

Love is Under "L". 1967 August-November.

General note

Script.
Box 20, Folder 3

Love is Under "L". 1967 November.

Scope and Content

Daily production reports
Box 9, Folder 18

The Many Killers of Carl Kozzek. 1966 October-December.

Scope and Content

World premier, pilot script.

General note

Original title: The Naked Half Truth.
Box 9, Folder 18

The Old School Tie. 1968 October-November.

General note

Annotated script.
Box 20, Folder 3

The Old School Tie. 1968 November-December.

Scope and Content

Daily production report.
Box 20, Folder 4

One Long Stemmed American Beauty. 1968 January 20-February 7.

Scope and Content

Daily production reports.
Box 10, Folder 1

Periwinkle Blue. 1969 January-February.

General note

Script.
Box 20, Folder 5

Periwinkle Blue. 1969 February 10-17.

Scope and Content

Daily production reports.
Box 20, Folder 5

The Secret of Marino Bay. 1968 July 29-August 5.

Scope and Content

Daily production reports.
Box 10, Folder 1

Service For One. 1969 February.

General note

Script.
Box 20, Folder 4

Service For One. 1969 February 18-25.

Scope and Content

Daily production reports.
Box 20, Folder 3

Sunny Face and Petaled Hair. 1968 January 22-29.

Scope and Content

Daily production reports.
Box 20, Folder 5

Take the Key and Lock Him Up. 1968 December 13-20.

Scope and Content

Daily production reports.
Box 10, Folder 3

Tell It Like It Was ... And You're Dead. 1967 September-November.

General note

Script.
Box 20, Folder 4

Tell It Like It Was ... and You're Dead. 1967 November 10-17.

Scope and Content

Daily production reports.
Box 20, Folder 3

There Was a Little Girl. 1968 February.

Scope and Content

Daily production reports.
Box 10, Folder 3

Through a Stained Glass Window. 1969 February.

General note

Script.
Box 20, Folder 3

Thru a Stained Glass Window. 1969 March.

Scope and Content

Daily production reports.
Box 9, Folder 1

A Time to Run. 1967-1968.

General note

Script.
Box 20, Folder 4

A Time to Run. 1968 July 18-25.

Scope and Content

Daily production reports.
Box 9, Folder 2

The Twenty Thousand Dollar Carrot. 1967-1968.

General note

Script.
Box 20, Folder 3

The Twenty Thousand Dollar Carrot. 1968 June-July.

Scope and Content

Daily production reports.
Box 9, Folder 2

What Flowers Daisies Are. 1967-1968.

General note

Script
Box 9, Folder 1

A Wide Place in the Road. 1967-1968.

General note

Script.
Box 9, Folder 2

A Wide Place in the Road. 1967-1968.

General note

Script.
Box 20, Folder 3

A Wide Place in the Road. 1967 November 28.

Scope and Content

Daily production reports.
 

Para Medical. Subseries 45.

Box 16, Folder 7

Correspondence. 1970 September 21.

Scope and Content

Thank you note from Huggins to Dr. Willard E. Goodwin for research assistance.
Box 16, Folder 7

Memo. 1970 June 9.

Scope and Content

Regarding Jerry Bredouw and his credit.
Box 16, Folder 7

Memo and Contract. 1970 June 9.

Scope and Content

Regarding Jerry Bredouw and his credit. Also includes contract.
Box 16, Folder 7

Research Newspaper Clipping. 1970 August 30.

Box 37, Folder 10

Correspondence. 1970 November 10.

Scope and Content

Regarding the premise of the program.
 

Perfect Crimes. Subseries 46. 1991.

Scope and Content

Crime television program. Huggins served as writer.
Box 26, Folder 1

Scripts. 1991.

Scope and Content

Script to the episode, "Murder in Triplicate" and an untitled episode.
Box 26, Folder 2

Scripts. 1991 March-April.

Scope and Content

First draft and second revised final draft scripts to the episode, "Double Identity."
Box 26, Folder 3

Scripts. 1991 April 8-16.

Scope and Content

Annotated revised final draft script and first revised final draft script to the episode, "Double Identity."
Box 57, Folder 11

Production Schedule. 1991.

Box 57, Folder 11

Notes. 1991.

 

Peroff. 1975.

Box 61, Folder 17

Correspondence and memos. 1975.

Box 61, Folder 17

Treatment. 1975.

Box 61, Folder 17

Notes on story. 1975.

 

Playback. 1973.

Box 61, Folder 18

Correspondence and memos. 1973.

Scope and Content

Includes inter-office communication about the rights to Raymond Chandler's unpublished story Playback.
 

Power of Attorney. 1972.

Box 61, Folder 19

Writer's Contract memo. 1972.

Box 61, Folder 19

Story possibilities. 1972.

Scope and Content

Includes computer print out of story possibilities which includes titles, author, genre, time period, place.
Box 61, Folder 19

Script submission. 1972.

Scope and Content

From Bob Hamilton; The Innocent Are Guilty Too.
Box 61, Folder 19

Notes. 1972.

Scope and Content

Typed notes from tape as told to Frank Pittman.
 

Pretty Boy Floyd. Subseries 47. 1974.

Scope and Content

Television movie. Roy Huggins, executive producer.
Box 19, Folder 5

Budget. 1974 February.

 

Profane Comedy. Subseries 48. 1969 February-March.

Scope and Content

Television drama, not broadcast until 1973. Roy Huggins, producer.
Box 19, Folder 4

Budget. 1969 February-March.

Box 61, Folder 20

Memo. 1968.

Scope and Content

Confidential inter-office communication about the script by Roy Huggins.
 

Pursuit. Subseries 49.

Box 35, Folder 7

Papers. 1965 September 22-1966 January 12.

Scope and Content

Includes: first draft script; Universal Television cast sheet; and story conference notes.
Box 61, Folder 21

Correspondence and memos. 1965-1966.

Box 57, Folder 12

Daily Production Reports. 1966.

Box 57, Folder 12

Budgets. 1966.

Box 57, Folder 12

Shooting Schedule. 1966.

Box 61, Folder 21

Writer's contract memos. 1965-1966.

Box 61, Folder 21

Director's Contract Preparation memo. 1966.

Box 61, Folder 21

Residual contracts. 1966.

Box 61, Folder 21

Treatments. 1965.

Scope and Content

Treatments of episodes A Game of Hide and Seek; Don't Wait For Tomorrow; future scenes for a feature length.
Box 61, Folder 21

Teleplay. 1965.

Scope and Content

First draft of teleplay by Luther Davis.
 

Quintaine. 1975.

Box 61, Folder 22

Press packet. 1975.

Box 61, Folder 22

Correspondence. 1975.

 

Rescue. Subseries 50. 1975 May 27.

Scope and Content

The story of the Squalus written by Clyde Ware.
Box 61, Folder 23

Budget. 1975.

Scope and Content

Handwritten budget costs listed as name, hours worked and cost.
Box 61, Folder 23

Correspondence and memos.

Box 23, Folder 4

Development Notes. 1975 May 27.

Box 61, Folder 23

Notes. 1975.

Scope and Content

Includes handwritten notes about diving pressures, submarines and other on location issues.
Box 2, Folder 3

Script. 1975 July 25.

Scope and Content

Third draft script.
Box 61, Folder 23

Script.

Box 31, Folder 4

Scripts. 1975 July 25-30.

Scope and Content

Two versions of the same script.
Box 32, Folder 1

Script. 1975July 16.

Scope and Content

Second draft script.

General note

From the book by Maas. Teleplay by Ware. An NBC special.
Box 35, Folder 8

Story Outline and Notes. 1975 October 30-July 21.

Scope and Content

Story notes by Roy Huggins, Jo Swerling and Ralph Naveda, and story outline.
 

Rescuers. Subseries 51.

Box 32, Folder 1

Scripts. 1978 February 16-March 3.

Scope and Content

First and second draft to episode, "You Seen Three, You Seen 'em All."
Box 40, Folder 1

Script. 1977.

Scope and Content

The Rescuers: Assignment: Crisis by Roy Huggins written November 29, 1977.
Box 40, Folder 1

Correspondence and memos. 1975-1978.

Box 40, Folder 1

Notes. 1978.

Box 40, Folder 1

Writer's Contract memo. 1975.

 

Rockford Files (The). 1975.

Box 40, Folder 2

Correspondence and memos. 1975.

Box 40, Folder 2

Writer's Contract memo. 1974.

 

Run For Your Life. Subseries 52.

Scope and Content

Television series. Huggins served as executive producer for 86 episodes, and writer of 29 episodes.
Box 16, Folder 3

Budget Analysis Reports. 1967 September-1968 January.

Box 40, Folder 4

Audience Analysis. April 1967.

Scope and Content

Analysis report on audience for Run For Your Life, April 1967 prepared by MCA TV.
Box 17, Folder 2, Box 58, Folder 1, Box 57, Folder 13

Daily Production Reports. 1966-1967.

Box 18, Folder 7

Budgets. 1965-1968.

Scope and Content

Individual episode budgets.
Box 19, Folder 1

Budgets. 1967-1968.

Scope and Content

Individual episode budgets.
Box 40, Folder 4

Budgets. 1966.

Box 20, Folder 8

Correspondence. 1965 February 25-August 17.

Scope and Content

From the National Broadcasting Company regarding observance of the Code of Broadcast Standards and Practices.
Box 40, Folder 4, Box 40, Folder 3

Correspondence and memos. 1965-1968.

Box 23, Folder 6

Cast Sheets. 1965 November-1968 February.

Box 24, Folder 10

Cast Lists. 1965-1966.

Scope and Content

Cast lists for the following episodes: The Assassin; Baby, the World's On Fire; Better World Next Time; The Borders of Barbarism; The Calculus of Chaos; The Carnival Ends at Midnight;The Carpella Collection;Choice of Evils; The Cold, Cold War of Paul Bryan;The Committee for the 25th; The Dark Beyond the Door; East of the Equator;Edge of the Volcano; Th e Face of the Antagonist; Flight From Tirana; A Game of Violence; A Girl Named Sorrow;The Girl Next Door is a Spy;The Grotenberg Mask; Hang Down Your Head and Laugh; Hoodlums on Wheels; How to Sell Your Soul For Fun and Profit;I Am the Late Diana Hays; In Search of April; Journey into Yesterday; Keep My Share of the World;The List of Alice McKenna; Make the Angels Weep;The Man Who Had No Enemies; Never Pick Up a Stranger; The Night of the Terror; Our Man in Limbo;A Rage for Justice; Rapture at Two Forty; The Rediscovery of Charlotte Hyde;Rendezvous in Tokyo; The Savage Season; The Sex Object; The Shock of Recognition; Someone Who Makes Me Feel Beautiful; Strangers at the Door; Tears From a Glass Eye; Tell it to the Dead; This Town for Sale; Time and a Half on Christmas Eve; The Time of the Sharks;The Treasure Seekers; A Very Small Injustice;The Voice of Gina Milan;Where Mystery Begins; The Word Would be Goodbye.
Box 10, Folder 15

The Assassin. 1966 December.

General note

Script (two copies).
Box 10, Folder 14

At the End of the Rainbow There's Another Rainbow. 1967 May-June.

General note

Script.
Box 12, Folder 1

Baby, The World's On Fire. 1966 July-August.

Scope and Content

Script (two copies).
Box 10, Folder 11

Better World Next Time. 1967 February.

General note

Episode title formerly, "A Faint Stirring of Echos." Two scripts (annotated).
Box 10, Folder 10

Beware My Love. 1967 December-1968 January.

Scope and Content

Based on a novel by MacDonald.

General note

Episode title formerly, "The Drowning." Two scripts.
Box 10, Folder 9

The Borders of Barbarian. 1966 May.

Scope and Content

Based on a novel by Williams.

General note

Episode title formerly, "Never Say Die." Two scripts.
Box 23, Folder 4

The Borders of Barbarian. 1965 November 1.

Scope and Content

First Complete Draft Script

General note

Teleplay by Luther Davis.
Box 53, Folder 3

The Carnival Ends At Midnight. 1965 November 08 .

Scope and Content

Includes two copies of the script "The Carnival Ends At Midnight" teleplay by Boris Sobelman and story by John Thomas James.
Box 54, Folder 1

The Carpella Collection. 1966 October 18- December 12.

Scope and Content

Includes tow copies of the script "The Carpella Collection" written by Robert Poster and Philip DeGuere, Jr.
Box 13, Folder 4

The Committee for the 25th. 1966 June.

Scope and Content

Two final draft script copies.
Box 10, Folder 14

The Company of Scoundrels. 1967 August.

General note

Original episode title, "The Crook is in the Counting House." Two scripts.
Box 40, Folder 3

Credit Proposals. 1966.

Box 53, Folder 2

The Cruel Fountain. 1966 February 10- 16.

Scope and Content

Includes two scripts of "The Cruel Fountain" written by Henry Slesar.
Box 10, Folder 12

Cry Hard, Cry Fast (part 2). 1967 August.

Scope and Content

Based on the novel by John D. MacDonald.

General note

Original episode title: Aftermath. Script.
Box 11, Folder 2

Cry Hard, Cry Fast (Part 1). 1967 July-August.

General note

Based on the novel by MacDonald. Script.
Box 20, Folder 8

Correspondence. 1968 June 24-September 25.

Scope and Content

Regarding the National Safely Council awards.
Box 10, Folder 14

A Dangerous Proposal. 1967 November.

General note

Original episode title, "Bugatti Royale." Script.
Box 13, Folder 1

The Dark Beyond the Door. 1966 May-June.

Scope and Content

Script (2 copies) (some annotations).
Box 11, Folder 3

The Day time Stopped. 1966 May.

General note

Two scripts.
Box 40, Folder 4

Director's Contract memo. 1967.

Box 52, Folder 4

Down With Willy Hatch. 1967 August 16- August 17.

Scope and Content

Script for "Down With Willy Hatch" written by Richard Baer.
Box 54, Folder 1

Down With Willy Hatch. 1967 August 09- 17.

Scope and Content

Script for "Down With Willy Hatch" written by Richard Baer.
Box 11, Folder 3

East of the Equator. 1967 January.

General note

Two scripts.
Box 13, Folder 2

Edge of the Volcano. 1966 May-June.

Scope and Content

Two scripts (one annotated).
Box 20, Folder 8

Memos. 1966 June-July.

Scope and Content

Regarding looping, station breaks and Tall Soldier's lines.
Box 11, Folder 4

Every Girl Should Have a Husband. 1966 May 17.

Scope and Content

First draft annotated script. Never shot.
Box 13, Folder 2

The Face of the Antagonist. 1966 October.

Scope and Content

Script (two copies).

General note

Original episode title, "Second Chance."
Box 11, Folder 4

The Fate Worse Than the Fate Worse Than Death. 1966 November 29.

Scope and Content

Annotated script of episode never produced.
Box 10, Folder 15

Flight From Tirana. 1966 June-November.

General note

Original episode title, "Home is Where You Hang Your Childhood." Script.
Box 10, Folder 7

Fly by Night. 1967 October.

General note

Two scripts.
Box 10, Folder 8

The Frozen Image. 1967 June-July.

General note

Two scripts.
Box 11

A Game of Violence. 1966 June-July.

General note

Two scripts.
Box 12, Folder 2

Gift for a Dead Man. 1967 January.

Scope and Content

Cover missing. Production no. 27307. Script.
Box 12, Folder 2

The Girl Next Door is a Spy. 1965 April-June.

Scope and Content

Script.

General note

Original episode title, "Don't Count on Tomorrow."
Box 40, Folder 4

The Golden Couple. 1966.

Scope and Content

Includes Outline for story by Ellis Marcus.
Box 10, Folder 12

The Grotenberg Mask. 1966 March-April.

General note

Script.
Box 20, Folder 8

Grotenberg Mask Correspondence. 1966 November-1967 February.

Scope and Content

Regarding the shipping of the 16mm film, and indemnity agreements.
Box 12, Folder 3

Hang Your Head Down and Laugh. 1966 August-September.

Scope and Content

Two final scripts.
Box 10, Folder 15

I am the Late Diana Hays. 1966 April-June.

General note

Script.
Box 13, Folder 1

I am the Late Diana Hays. 1966 April-June.

Scope and Content

Script cover has notes.
Box 40, Folder 3

Image of a Man. 1967.

Scope and Content

Script by Glen A. Larson.
Box 12, Folder 1

The Inhuman Predicament. 1967 June.

Scope and Content

Two annotated scripts.
Box 11, Folder 2

It Could Only Happen In Rome. 1967 May-August.

General note

Original episode title, "Christmas in Rome." Script.
Box 10, Folder 7

The Killing Scene. 1966-1967.

General note

Two scripts, different versions.
Box 15, Folder 4

The Killing Scene. 1966 June 14.

Scope and Content

Second version script, heavily annotated.
Box 40, Folder 3

The Killing Scene. 1966.

Scope and Content

Script by Edwin Blum.
Box 52, Folder 4

The Last Safari. 1966 February 17- March 11.

Scope and Content

Script for "The Last Safari" teleplay by John W. Bloch and story by John Thomas James.
Box 52, Folder 4

The Last Safari. 1966 February 17- March 11.

Scope and Content

Script for "The Last Safari" teleplay by John W. Bloch and story by John Thomas James.
Box 11, Folder 5

Life Among the Meat Eaters. 1968 january.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 12, Folder 2

The List of Alice McKenna. 1966 August-September.

Scope and Content

Two annotated scripts.

General note

Original episode title, "The Shattered Image."
Box 10, Folder 12

The Man Who Had Ho Enemies. 1966 July-August.

General note

Two annotated scripts.
Box 14, Folder 1

The Mustafa Embrace. 1967 September-November.

Scope and Content

Final draft script.
Box 10, Folder 13

The Naked Half Truth. 1967 June.

General note

Script.
Box 20, Folder 8

The Naked Half Truth. 1966 November-December.

Scope and Content

Summary Detail Picture Cost.
Box 53, Folder 2

Never Pick Up A Stranger. 1965 July 08- 16.

Scope and Content

Includes two scripts of "Never Pick Up A Stranger" formerly titled "Kiss Me As You Go." Teleplay by Howard Browne and story by F. D. Averno.
Box 53, Folder 1

The Night of The Terror. 1965 November 17- December 14.

Scope and Content

Includes script of "Night of The Terror" written by Gerald Vaughan Hughes.
Box 40, Folder 3

Notes. 1966.

Scope and Content

Notes for Roy Huggins on the story The Borders of Barbarism.
Box 10, Folder 13

One Bad Turn. 1967 November.

General note

script.
Box 40, Folder 3

Photographs.

Scope and Content

8 x 10 black and white photographs (7) including duplicates photographed by the U.S. Army on location at San Pedro, Fort MacArthur.
Box 13, Folder 3

The Rape of Lucrece. 1967 August-December.

Scope and Content

Final draft script.
Box 40, Folder 3, Box 40, Folder 4

Rapture at Two-Forty.

Scope and Content

First draft (incomplete) teleplay by Luther Davis.
Box 53, Folder 2

Rendezvous In Tokyo. 1966 October 17- 27.

Scope and Content

Includes two copies of the script "Rendezvous in Tokyo" written by Harold Livingston.
Box 12, Folder 1

Saro Jane, You Never Whispered Again. 1967 December.

Scope and Content

Script.
Box 11, Folder 1

The Savage Machines. 1966 February-March.

General note

Two scripts.
Box 10, Folder 8

The Savage Season. 1965 August.

General note

Two scripts.
Box 10, Folder 11

The Savage Season. 1965 August.

Scope and Content

Page 43 missing.

General note

Script.
Box 12, Folder 4

Sequestro. 1966 January.

Scope and Content

Scripts to parts I and II (some annotations).
Box 53, Folder 2

The Sex Object. 1966 July 18- 27.

Scope and Content

Includes two copies of the script "The Sex Object" written by Henry Slesar.
Box 53, Folder 3

The Shock of Recognition. 1966 June 22- September 21.

Scope and Content

includes two copies of the script "The Shock Of Recognition" written by John D. F. Black.
Box 40, Folder 3

The Sky Divers. 1967.

Scope and Content

Story by John Thomas James (Roy Huggins). Includes rewrite notes, shooting and production notes.
Box 13, Folder 4

Someone Who Makes Me Feel Beautiful. 1965 May.

Scope and Content

Final draft script (2 copies).
Box 12, Folder 2

Strangers at the Door. 1965 November.

Scope and Content

Script.

General note

Original episode title, "Blade of Grass."
Box 52, Folder 3

The Sun Divers Part I. 1967 July 14- July 21.

Scope and Content

First draft of script "The Sun Divers, Part I" by John W. Bloch.
Box 52, Folder 3

The Sun Divers Part I. 1967 August 18- August 23.

Scope and Content

Script of "Sun Divers, Part I" by John W. Bloch.
Box 52, Folder 3

The Sun Divers. 1967 December 08.

Scope and Content

Second Draft of the script of "Sun Divers" by John W. Bloch.
Box 54, Folder 1

The Sun Divers. 1967 May 26.

Scope and Content

First Draft of the script of "Sun Divers" by John W. Bloch.
Box 54, Folder 1

The Sun Divers Part Two. 1967 July 20- 25.

Scope and Content

First Draft of the script of "Sun Divers, Part Two" by John W. Bloch.
Box 36, Folder 5

The Sun Divers. 1967.

Scope and Content

Notes and rewrite notes
Box 13, Folder 3

Tears From a Glass Eye. 1966 May-July.

Scope and Content

Final draft script.
Box 10, Folder 13

Tell It Like It Is. 1967 July.

General note

Script.
Box 12, Folder 3

Tell it to the Dead. 1967 January-February.

Scope and Content

Final copy script.
Box 52, Folder 3

The Time of The Sharks. 1965 September 30.

Scope and Content

Includes annotated script of "The Time of the Sharks" written by Frank Fenton and John Thomas James.
Box 11, Folder 2

This Town For Sale. 1965 July.

General note

Two scripts.
Box 20, Folder 8

This Town for Sale. 1965 May 14.

Scope and Content

Correspondence from the American Bar Association regarding the hearing procedure.
Box 53, Folder 1

Time And A Half On Christmas Eve. 1966 October 12- 17.

Scope and Content

Includes two scripts of "Time And A Half On Christmas Eve." teleplay by Martin A. Zweiback and story by Daniel L. Aubry.
Box 10, Folder 13

Trip to the Far Side. 1967 June.

General note

script.
Box 11, Folder 4

Untitled. 1966 June 10.

Scope and Content

Second draft script. Heavily annotated.
Box 13, Folder 1

The Voice of Gina Milan. 1965 September-October.

Scope and Content

Two scripts.
Box 40, Folder 3

We Who Live By The Sea.

Scope and Content

Summary of story.
Box 11, Folder 5, Box 40, Folder 4

Where Mystery Begins. 1965 August.

General note

Original episode title, "The Price of Justice." Script.
Box 13, Folder 3

Who's the Guevara. 1967 May.

Scope and Content

Final draft script.
Box 10, Folder 10

A World More Wicked. 1968 January-February.

General note

Two scripts.
Box 54, Folder 2

The Exchange. 1968 January 29.

Scope and Content

Two Scripts for "The Exchange" teleplay by Howard Browne; story by John Thomas James.
Box 54, Folder 2

The Dead on Furlough. 1967 December 27.

Scope and Content

Two scripts of "The Dead on Furlough" teleplay by James M. Miller; story by Paul Freeman.
Box 54, Folder 2, Box 54, Folder 3

Who's Watching the Fleshpot? (formerly The Sweet Life). 1965 November 22 .

Scope and Content

One script "Who's Watching the Fleshpot?" formerly "The Sweet Life." Written by John Thomas James.
Box 54, Folder 3

In Search of April. 1966 January 04.

Scope and Content

two scripts "In Search of April" teleplay by Alvin Sargent; story by John Thomas James.
Box 54, Folder 3

A Girl Named Sorrow. 1965 September 13.

Scope and Content

Two scripts "A Girl Named Sorrow" written by Judith and Robert Guy Barrows.
Box 54, Folder 4

Hoodlums on Wheels (The Hoodlum Saints). 1966 January 15.

Scope and Content

Two scripts "Hoodlums on Wheels" formerly The Hoodlum Saints. Teleplay by Robert Foster and Halsted Welles; story by Halsted Welles.
Box 54, Folder 4

How To Sell Your Soul For Run And Profit. 1965 June 30.

Scope and Content

Script "How To Sell Your Soul For Run And Profit" teleplay by Frank Fenton and F.D. Averno
Box 55, Folder 1

A Rage For Justice. 1966 November 04.

Scope and Content

Script for " A Rage For Justice" teleplay by John W. Bloch; story by John Thomas James.
Box 55, Folder 1

A Rage For Justice. 1966 December 07.

Scope and Content

Script for " A Rage For Justice" teleplay by John W. Bloch; story by John Thomas James.
Box 55, Folder 1

Don't Count On Tomorrow (Possible Opposition Agent). 1966 February 09.

Scope and Content

Two scripts "Don't Count On Tomorrow" formerly "Possible Opposition Agent" written by E. Arthur Kean.
Box 55, Folder 1

Possible Opposition Agent. 1966 February 09.

Scope and Content

Script "Possible Opposition Agent" written by E. Arthur Kean.
Box 55, Folder 2

The Rediscovery of Charlotte Hyde. 1965 December 06.

Scope and Content

Two scripts "The Rediscovery of Charlotte Hyde" teleplay by Harold Guest; story by John Thomas James.
Box 55, Folder 2

The Night of The Terror. 1965 December 14.

Scope and Content

Script "The Night of the Terror" written by Gerald Vaughan Hughes.
Box 55, Folder 2

The Treasure Seekers (formerly: Ticket to Nowhere). 1966 July 13.

Scope and Content

Script "The Treasure Seekers" formerly "Ticket to Nowhere. Written by Max Ehrlich.
Box 55, Folder 2

The Treasure Seekers (formerly: Ticket to Nowhere). 1966 August 29.

Scope and Content

Script "The Treasure Seekers" formerly "Ticket to Nowhere. Written by Max Ehrlich.
Box 55, Folder 3

Very Small Injustice. 1967 January 04.

Scope and Content

Two scripts "A Very Small Injustice" written by Ronald M. Cohen.
Box 55, Folder 3

Three Passengers for the Lusitania. 1967 June 15.

Scope and Content

Two scripts "Three Passengers for the Lusitania" written by Erich Faust.
Box 55, Folder 4

The Sadness of a Happy Time. 1966 March 29.

Scope and Content

Two scripts "The Sadness of a Happy Time" teleplay by John W. Bloch; story by Patrick Kennedy.
Box 55, Folder 4

Time and a Half On Christmas Eve. 1966 October 17.

Scope and Content

Script "Time and a Half On Christmas Eve" teleplay by Martin A. Zweiback; story by Daniel L. Aubry.
Box 56, Folder 1

How To Sell Your Soul For Fun and Profit. 1965 June 30.

Scope and Content

Script "How To Sell Your Soul For Fun and Profit" teleplay by Frank Fenton and F.D. Averno.
Box 56, Folder 1

Keep My Share of the World. 1965 December 24.

Scope and Content

Two scripts "Keep My Share of the World" teleplay by John W. Bloch.
Box 56, Folder 1

Our Man in Limbo. 1965 August 02.

Scope and Content

Two scripts "Our Man in Limbo" teleplay by Paul Tuckahoe and F.D. Averno.
Box 56, Folder 2

Our Man in Limbo. 1965 August 02.

Scope and Content

Script "Our Man in Limbo" teleplay by Paul Tuckahoe and story by John Thomas James (F. D. Averno's name is crossed out).
Box 56, Folder 2

Night Train From Chicago. 1966 March 02.

Scope and Content

Two scripts "Night Train From Chicago" teleplay by Robert Bloch; story by John Thomas James.
Box 56, Folder 2

A Choice of Evils. 1967 March 08.

Scope and Content

Two scripts "A Choice of Evils"; one with revisions. Teleplay by Rita Lakin and Alvin Sargent; story by Rita Lakin.
Box 56, Folder 3

The Cold, Cold War of Paul Bryan. 1965 June 11.

Scope and Content

Two scripts "The Cold, Cold War of Paul Bryan" teleplay by Frank Fenton; story by F.D. Averno.
Box 56, Folder 3

Journey Into Yesterday. 1965 November 19.

Scope and Content

Two scripts "Journey Into Yesterday" teleplay by Lou Shaw; story by Marc Norman.
Box 56, Folder 3

In Search of April. 1966 January 04.

Scope and Content

Script "In Search of April" teleplay by Alvin Sargent; story by John Thomas james.
Box 56, Folder 4

The Word Would be Goodbye. 1967 February 27.

Scope and Content

Three scripts "The Word Would be Goodbye" television story and teleplay by Don Balluck; based on a teleplay by John W. Bloch; story by Patrick Kennedy.
 

Sam Hill: Who Killed Mr. Foster?. Subseries 53. 1970 November-1971 March.

Scope and Content

Television movie. Roy Huggins, executive producer.
Box 19, Folder 6

Budgets. 1970 November-1971 March.

 

The Scavengers II. 1969.

Box 40, Folder 5

Script.

Scope and Content

The Scavengers II (formerly named Let The Other Ones Ride) written by Robert Foster January 8, 1969.
Box 40, Folder 7, Box 40, Folder 6

Script rewrites.

 

Second Chance. 1964.

Box 40, Folder 8

Correspondence. 1964.

 

Secret War of Jackie's Girls. Subseries 54. 1979.

Scope and Content

Television drama. Original working title, "The Tender War."
Box 16, Folder 3

Daily Production Reports. 1979 April-July.

 

Silent Men. Subseries 55. 1964.

Box 15, Folder 2

Script Notes and Papers.

Scope and Content

Includes script notes and papers concerning a contract with Inez Pedroza.
Box 21, Folder 1

Correspondence. 1964 December 17.

Scope and Content

To and from Ovid Demaris.
Box 21, Folder 1

Partial Script Re-Writes.

 

Some Unknown Person. 1977.

 

Correspondence and memo. 1977.

 

Sound of Anger. Subseries 56. 1967.

Scope and Content

Television drama written and produced by Roy Huggins. Original title, "The Adversaries."
Box 1, Folder 1

Annotated script and rewrite notes. 1968 September 26.

Box 2, Folder 2

Annotated scripts and rewrite notes. 1968 October 9.

Box 2, Folder 3

Script. 1968.

Box 2, Folder 4

Scripts. 1967.

Box 3, Folder 2

Rewrite Notes. 1968.

Box 3, Folder 3

Story Outline and Script. 1968.

Box 19, Folder 3

Budgets. 1967 October-November.

 

Sweet Savage Love. Subseries 57. 1977.

Box 36, Folder 2

Conference Transcripts. 1977 February 7-25.

Scope and Content

Transcript of conversations held between Roy Huggins, Jo Swerling, Jr. and Rosemarie Abelson about the project.
Box 40, Folder 10

Correspondence and memos. 1977-1979.

Box 40, Folder 10

Story Department. 1976.

Scope and Content

Story ideas by Rosemary Rogers.
Box 40, Folder 10

Actor Resumes. 1976.

Scope and Content

Actor resumes considered for project include: Michael Caine, Kabir Bedi, Roger Moore.
Box 40, Folder 10

Casting Notes. 1976.

Scope and Content

Handwritten and typed notes on casting.
Box 40, Folder 10

Casting List. 1977.

Box 40, Folder 10

Time Magazine. 1977 January 17.

Scope and Content

Time Magazine excerpt about Rosemary Rogers (author of Sweet Savage Love).
 

Target Risk. Subseries 58. 1974.

Scope and Content

Television drama produced by Roy Huggins.
Box 19, Folder 2

Production Reports and Budget. 1974 March-April.

 

The Tender Warriors.

Box 41, Folder 1

The Tender Warriors (Series Pilot).

Scope and Content

Series Pilot description with character descriptions.
 

This is the West That Was. Subseries 59. 1974.

Scope and Content

Television drama. Roy Huggins, executive producer. Working title, "Hickok."
Box 19, Folder 2

Budgets. 1974.

General note

Working title, "Hickok."
Box 21, Folder 1

Shooting Budget. 1974 September 16-October 17.

 

Today The Hard Way. 1969.

Box 41, Folder 2

Script. 1969 April 29 .

Scope and Content

Script written by Robert Foster. Production number 81310; Special Run.
 

T.R.A.C.. Subseries 60.

Scope and Content

Team for Rescue and Counter Action. Television series.
Box 25, Folder 5

You Seen Three, You Seen 'em All. 1978 March 13-June 5.

Scope and Content

Scripts.
Box 25, Folder 6

You Seen Three, You Seen 'em All. 1978 March 13-June 5.

Scope and Content

Scripts.
Box 25, Folder 7

You Seen Three, You Seen 'em All. 1978 March 13-June 5.

Scope and Content

Scripts.
Box 27, Folder 7

Annotated Script. 1978 March 29.

Box 27, Folder 8

Annotated Script. 1978 March 29.

Box 28, Folder 1

Annotated Script. 1978 April 3.

Box 28, Folder 2

Annotated Script. 1978 March 13.

Scope and Content

Revised second draft script.
 

Toma. Subseries 61. 1973-1974.

Scope and Content

Television crime series. Roy Huggins wrote 10 episodes.
Box 16, Folder 1, Box 58, Folder 2

Budgets. 1973-1974.

Scope and Content

Budgets for the following episodes: The Street; Time and Place Unknown; The Madam; Oberon Case; Pound of Flesh; Rockabye; The Friends of Danny Beecher; The Accused; Funeral For Max Fabian; Crime Without Victim; Contract on Aex Cordeen; The Cain Connection; Frame Up; 50% of Normal; Blockhouse Break Down; Steakout; Joey the Weep.
Box 16, Folder 2

Budgets. 1973-1974.

Scope and Content

Budgets for the following episodes: The Street; Time and Place Unknown; The Madam; Oberon Case; Pound of Flesh; Rockabye; The Friends of Danny Beecher; The Accused; Funeral For Max Fabian; Crime Without Victim; Contract on Aex Cordeen; The Cain Connection; Frame Up; 50% of Normal; Blockhouse Break Down; Steakout; Joey the Weep.
Box 17, Folder 3

Budgets and Daily Production Reports. 1973-1974.

Box 18, Folder 1

Budgets. 1973-1974.

Scope and Content

Budgets to the following episodes: The Big Dealers; The Bambara Bust; The Accused; Ambush on 7th Avenue; Frame Up; 50% of Normal; The Friends of Danny Beecher; Rock A Bye.
Box 18, Folder 5

Budgets. 1973-1974.

Scope and Content

Budgets for the following episodes: The Madam; Indictment; A Funeral for Max Fabian; Crime Without Victim; The Contract on Alex Cordeen; The Cain Connection; Blockhouse Breakdown.
Box 20, Folder 7

Budgets. 1973 August-1974 April.

Scope and Content

Budgets for the following episodes: The Street; Pound of Flesh; Time and Place Unknown; Stake Out; The Oberlin Contract.
Box 41, Folder 5

Budgets.

Scope and Content

Includes estimates for shooting costs.
Box 41, Folder 3

Contract Preparation Memos. 1973-1974.

Box 41, Folder 6

Contract Preparation Memos. 1974.

Box 41, Folder 3

Correspondence and memos.

Box 41, Folder 4

Correspondence and memos.

Box 41, Folder 5

Correspondence and memos. 1973-1975.

Scope and Content

Correspondence and inter-office memos; includes correspondence with the Code Authority.
Box 41, Folder 6

Correspondence and memos. 1973-1975.

Box 41, Folder 3

Credit Proposals.

Box 41, Folder 6

Credit Proposals. 1974.

Box 20, Folder 6

Daily Production Reports. 1973-January-February.

Box 41, Folder 3

First Trial Screening Reports. 1973 September 25.

Box 41, Folder 4

First Trial Screening Reports. 1974.

Box 41, Folder 6

First Trial Screening Reports. 1974.

Box 41, Folder 4

Newspaper Clippings.

Box 41, Folder 5

Notes. 1975.

Scope and Content

Includes handwritten notes, work notes, meeting notes and script notes for the series TOMA.
Box 41, Folder 5

Program Format. 1973-1974.

Box 41, Folder 6

Research material.

Scope and Content

Includes newspaper clippings, magazine articles and statistics on rape.
Box 41, Folder 3

Resumes.

Box 41, Folder 3

Rough Cut Screening Reports. 1973 October 18.

Box 41, Folder 4

Rough Cut Screening Reports. 1974.

Box 26, Folder 6

Script. 1974 January 4-18.

Scope and Content

Script written by Zekial Marko.
Box 26, Folder 7

Scripts. 1974 February-March.

Scope and Content

Scripts to the following episodes, "Pound of Flesh" written by Edward Hume and "The Friends of Danny Beecher" written by Gloryette Clark.
Box 27, Folder 1

Scripts. 1973 October-November.

Scope and Content

Scripts to the episodes, "50% of Normal" and "Rock A Bye." Both scripts written by Peter Salerno and Jane Sparkes.
Box 27, Folder 2

Scripts. 1974 March-April.

Scope and Content

Scripts to the episodes: The Street (written by Zekial Marko) and The Accused (formerly, Killer Cop) (written by David Toma).
Box 41, Folder 3

Script notes. 1973.

Box 41, Folder 4

Script notes.

Box 41, Folder 5

Script notes.

Box 41, Folder 3

Shooting Information. 1973.

Box 41, Folder 4

Shooting Script Review. 1974.

Box 41, Folder 4

Writer's Employment Contract Preparation memo. 1974.

 

Twelfth of Never. Subseries 62. 1970 April 2.

Scope and Content

Television drama. Executive producer, Roy Huggins. Never shot.
Box 19, Folder 3

Budget. 1970 April 2.

General note

Project never shot.
 

Virginian. Subseries 63. 1962-1971.

Scope and Content

Western television series.
Box 27, Folder 3

Script. 1963 January 16.

Scope and Content

Script to the episode: A Distant Fury.
Box 27, Folder 4

Script. 1962 October 11-25.

Scope and Content

Script to the episode, The Accomplice.
Box 27, Folder 5

Script. 1962 October 5.

Scope and Content

Script to the episode: 50 Days to Moose Jam.
Box 27, Folder 6

Script. 1962 July 30-August 9.

Scope and Content

Script to the episode: Man From the Sea (formerly, A Far and Fetching Sound).
 

Violent World of Jake Lingle. Subseries 64. 1968.

Scope and Content

Unproduced(?) screenplay by Howard Brown. Alternate titles (?) The Day of the Mob; Chicago Style.
Box 3, Folder 1

Story outline. 1967 November 13.

Box 4

Two scripts. 1968 June 12-November 5.

Scope and Content

Production no. 81164. Second draft script. Rewrite notes by Roy Huggins.
Box 14, Folder 2

Assorted Annotated Scripts. 1968.

Box 14, Folder 3

Correspondence regarding Mr. Browne's hotle bill. 1968 October 21.

Box 21, Folder 1

Assorted Correspondence. 1967 November-1968 August 13.

Box 41, Folder 7

Correspondence and memos. 1967-1968.

Box 21, Folder 1

Request for Payment. 1968 March 8.

Scope and Content

Request for payment for Howard Browne, author.
Box 21, Folder 1

Research Notes.

Box 21, Folder 1

Re-Write Notes. 1967 December 6-1968 September 27.

Box 24, Folder 2

Script. 1968 November 5.

Box 24, Folder 2

Story Outline. 1973 July 19.

Box 41, Folder 7

Story Outline and notes. 1973.

 

The War and Eric Kurtz.

Box 41, Folder 8

Cast List. 1964.

 

Wheels. 1977-1978.

Box 58, Folder 3

Story Outline.

Box 58, Folder 3

Writing Credit Proposals. 1977-1978.

 

When The Daltons Rode.

Box 41, Folder 9

Script.

 

Who Am I?. 1974-1975.

Box 41, Folder 10

Correspondence. 1974-1975.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Bob Shayne.
 

Young Country. Subseries 65. 1969-1970.

Scope and Content

Television movie. Roy Huggins was the director and writer.
Box 16, Folder 3

Budget. 1969 November-1970 January.

Box 19, Folder 6

Budget Information. 1969 November-March 1970.

Box 41, Folder 11

Correspondence. 1970.

 

Unidentified Projects. Subseries 66.

Box 17, Folder 5

Unidentified Annotated Script Fragments.

Box 37, Folder 10

Unidentified Script Fragment.

Box 39, Folder 9

Unidentified Script Fragments.

Box 3, Folder 4

Brain Waves.

Scope and Content

Story outline.

General note

By David M. Rorvik.
Box 10, Folder 9

The Calculus of Chaos. 1966 November.

General note

Two scripts.
Box 3, Folder 4

Doctor Strange. 1977 June 28.

Scope and Content

Story outline.
Box 37, Folder 10

Dupont Move of the Month Memo. 1969 October 24.

Physical Description: 2.0 p.
Box 2, Folder 1

Free Wheeler, The. 1971.

Scope and Content

Script notes.
Box 37, Folder 10

The Greaser. 1970.

Scope and Content

Inter-Office memo and information about writing credits.
Box 3, Folder 4

Methuselah Enzyme, The. 1970.

Scope and Content

Story outline.
Box 3, Folder 2

Profane Comedy.

Scope and Content

script, 2nd draft.
Box 35, Folder 9

Story Outline.

Scope and Content

Edited story outline.
Box 36, Folder 7

Saigon. 1970.

Scope and Content

Treatment and script.

General note

Treatment by Dick Nelson, story by John Thomas James.
Box 3, Folder 5

See America First. 1965 November 4.

Scope and Content

show synopsis
Box 2, Folder 4

The Stetson Spur. 1967 October 6.

Scope and Content

Rewrite notes for the episode, "The Night of the Hanging."
Box 3, Folder 3

Venus of Menschen Falls.

Scope and Content

script.
Box 36, Folder 6

When the Daltons Rode. 1973.

Scope and Content

Inter-office memo and script.
Box 42, Folder 7

Script Excerpts.

Scope and Content

Miscellaneous script excerpts (out of context).
 

Business Papers. Series 2.

Box 15, Folder 5

Production Budget Reports. 1963-1964.

Box 65, Folder 2

Call Sheets. 1969-1976.

Box 15, Folder 5

Story Possibilities List. 1966-1978.

Scope and Content

Includes information on stories that might be used such as: author; type; period; locale; general classification; and rights information.
Box 16, Folder 5

NBC Compliance and Practices Manual.

Box 16, Folder 5

NBC Compliance and Practices Manual.

General note

Two copies.
Box 16, Folder 5

NBC Radio and Television Broadcast Standards and Practices.

General note

Three copies.
Box 16, Folder 5

Television Code. 1960-1975.

General note

Television code covering six years.
Box 41, Folder 15

NBC Correspondence. 1965-1969.

Box 42, Folder 1

Warner Brothers Correspondence. 1957-1958.

 

Writers. Subseries 1.

Box 21, Folder 4

Correspondence and Notes. 1971-1979.

Scope and Content

Correspondence and notes pertaining to writers working with/for Huggins.
Box 22, Folder 5

Sean Baine Notes. 1974 October 15.

Physical Description: 6.0 p.

Scope and Content

Handwritten notes from Jo Swerling, Jr. and Charles F. Johnson on writer, Sean Baine.
Box 37, Folder 10

Memo re: John Meston.

Scope and Content

Regarding writing fees.
Box 37, Folder 11

Application to Collaborate.

Scope and Content

Sample agreement.
 

Unsolicited Manuscripts.

Box 42, Folder 5

The Waxman Production. 1979.

Scope and Content

Front title page of manuscript by Merl H. Reagle.
Box 42, Folder 5

Mississippi: The Closed Society.

Scope and Content

Includes excerpts from script by Robert Foster.
Box 42, Folder 5

Edge City. 1976.

Scope and Content

Includes letter of correspondence and script by Ben Irwin.
Box 42, Folder 5

The Dark Mirror. 1945.

Scope and Content

Includes Submission page notes and summary of script story by Vladimir Pozner.
Box 42, Folder 5

A Cup Of Coffee.

Scope and Content

Story by Erich Faust.
Box 42, Folder 5

Gray Morning Street. 1970.

Scope and Content

Includes letter and script for a new television series by Jean Riley and John Bloch.
Box 42, Folder 5

Yours Sincerely, Ned Buntline.

Scope and Content

Includes memo and script by William Froug.
 

Public Arts, Inc.. 1968-1980.

Box 41, Folder 16

Correspondence and memos. 1968-1980.

Scope and Content

Includes letters, correspondence, mailgrams, inter-office memos within Public Arts, Inc. and Public Arts Productions.
Box 41, Folder 16

Notes.

Scope and Content

Handwritten and typed notes on story ideas from books, novels, etc. Movie of the month possibilities, director lists from other programs.
 

Professional Associations/Memberships. Subseries 2.

Box 3, Folder 5

Director's Guild of America Arbitration.

Scope and Content

Includes legal documents and assorted related correspondence
Box 16, Folder 4

American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA). 1964 August.

Scope and Content

Articles of agreement and constitution
Box 16, Folder 4

Directors Guild of America Members List. 1961 October 1-1978 January 1.

Box 16, Folder 4

Directors Guild of America. 1965 October 16.

Scope and Content

Constitution and by-laws
Box 41, Folder 12

Directors Guild of America. 1980-1981.

Scope and Content

Directory Information.
Box 16, Folder 4, Box 58, Folder 12

Writers Guild of America. 1970-1972.

Scope and Content

Theatrical and television film basic agreement.
Box 42, Folder 2

Basic Agreements. 1973-1977.

Box 42, Folder 2

Black Writers Employment Questionnaire. 1975.

Box 42, Folder 2

Correspondence. 1973-1975.

Box 42, Folder 2

Newsletter. 1977 February.

Box 42, Folder 2

Residuals. 1975.

Scope and Content

Includes Payment stub for residuals for The Young Country, The Bold Ones, The Bold Ones: Lawyerrs.
Box 58, Folder 12

Special Arbitration Letters. 1972.

Box 42, Folder 2

Television Market List. 1974-1975.

Box 16, Folder 4

Writers Guild of America, West. 1973 January 18.

Scope and Content

Constitution and by-laws
Box 21, Folder 2

Population Community Center: Television Population Conference. 1971 November-1972 March.

Scope and Content

Correspondence and papers relating to the Television Population Conference
Box 21, Folder 2

Population Institute Notes on Television Programs.

Scope and Content

Notes on aspects of specific television shows that are of concern to the Population Institute.
Box 21, Folder 2

Population Institute Television Population Script Awards. 1976.

Scope and Content

Papers pertaining to the script contest.
Box 21, Folder 3

Population Institute Papers. 1972.

Scope and Content

Correspondence to Roy Huggins. Also included is information on the film, "Survival of Spaceship Earth" a joing production between United Productions Limited and the Population Institute.
Box 22, Folder 2

The Population Institue Papers. 1971-1974.

Scope and Content

Assorted correspondence to Roy Huggins; organization stationary; reports; project, "Survival of Spaceship Earth" papers.
Box 41, Folder 13

Motion Picture Association of America. 1980.

Scope and Content

Includes a memorandum; talking paper by Jack Valenti to the caucus and Motion Picture/Television Relief Fund Fact Sheets.
Box 37, Folder 8

American Federation of Television and Radio Artists Articles of Agreement. 1969.

Scope and Content

For the Los Angeles Local.
Box 37, Folder 8

National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Pamphlet.

Box 37, Folder 8

National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. 1971-1972.

Scope and Content

Programs to conferences in association with The Population Communication Center.
Box 37, Folder 8

Screen Actors Guild Publication. 1965.

Scope and Content

Screen Actor publication including information on contracts, pensions, meetings, policy and films aid in the U.S.
Box 37, Folder 8

Screen Actors Guild, Inc. Constitution and By Laws.

Box 37, Folder 8

Screen Actors Guild: Negotiations Memo. 1971 June 22.

Scope and Content

Title, "Negotiations in Crisis!"
Box 37, Folder 9, Box 65, Folder 3

The Caucus for Producers, Writers and Directors. 1987-1988.

Scope and Content

Correspondence.
Box 38, Folder 1

Professional Association Publications. 1964-1972.

Scope and Content

Includes: Hollywood Radio and Television Society Annual Roster, 1969-1970; Journal of The Producers Guild of America (September 1972); Point of View, The Writers Guild of America West (August 1964); Writers Guild of America, West, Constitution and By-Laws and Proposed Changes (December 1972).
Box 38, Folder 2

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. 1959-1961.

Scope and Content

Series of interviews on the American Character. Includes interviews with Jack Gould, television critic for The New York Times (annotated by Huggins) and with Elmo Roper and George Gallup. Also includes the Report of the President, 1959-1960.
Box 43, Folder 

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. 1964-1970.

Scope and Content

Includes correspondence, memorandums, newsletters, press releases, brochures, publications, report from president.
 

Conferences, Workshops, Seminars. 1969-1972.

Box 43, Folder 8

Television and Televisual Conferences. 1969-1972.

Scope and Content

Includes Fifth Texas-Stanford Television Seminar, Western Educational Society for Telecommunications.
Box 42, Folder 13

Ojai Workshop on TV and Sexuality. 4-6 March, 1977.

Scope and Content

Workshop on Television and Sexuality in Ojai, CA March 4-6, 1977. Includes conference/workshop schedule, correspondence, list of participants, summary of proceedings.
Box 42, Folder 14

Television and Sexuality: A Weekend Workshop.

Scope and Content

Official workshop folder with schedule and workshop information (map, preliminary backgrounder).
 

UCLA. Subseries 3.

Box 21, Folder 5

UCLA Alumni Office. 1968-1978.

Scope and Content

Papers and correspondence regarding Huggins's envolvement with the UCLA Alumni Association.
Box 21, Folder 6

UCLA Alumni Office. 1968-1978.

Scope and Content

Papers and correspondence regarding Huggins's envolvement with the UCLA Alumni Association.
Box 21, Folder 7

UCLA Alumni Office. 1968-1978.

Scope and Content

Papers and correspondence regarding Huggins's envolvement with the UCLA Alumni Association.
Box 58, Folder 11

Political Science Course (211).

Box 43, Folder 5

UCLA Alumni Association. 1964-1989.

Scope and Content

UCLA correspondence including Alumni Association, College of Letters and Sciences Advisory Board, conferences, reunion information, honors awards committees.
Box 43, Folder 7

Social Sciences Advisory Council. 1989.

Scope and Content

Includes correspondence, brochures, meeting agendas, schedules, statement of purpose, general handbook.
 

Papers. Subseries 4.

Box 22, Folder 6

Huggins To Do Lists. 1977-1979.

Scope and Content

Handwritten on yellow legal pad paper. Includes notes on "Aspen,"The Finalists," "the Ice Age," "Lonely Lady,"Crossing the Border," "The Microbe Hunters," "Kentucky Run,""Wheels,""Tender Warriors," "Last Convertible," "The Invisible Eye," "Man of a Thousand Faces,""The Drifters," Dean Koontz, Ed Winter, Gene Walsh.
Box 23, Folder 3

Movie of the Month Presenatation.

Box 23, Folder 5

Fox Hills TV Personnel List. 1960 November 15.

Box 25, Folder 2

Mailing Lists. 1974-1976.

Scope and Content

Includes staff from ABC, CBS, NBC and Warner Bros. Lists are annotated.
Box 25, Folder 3

Mailing Lists. 1974-1976.

Scope and Content

Includes staff from ABC, CBS and NBC. Lists are annotated.
Box 25, Folder 4

Christmas Gift Lists. 1977-1979.

Scope and Content

Includes type of present each staff member received. Also includes what sort of liquor each staff memeber received.
Box 25, Folder 4

Mailing Lists. 1974-1976.

Scope and Content

Includes staff from ABC, CBS and NBC. Lists are annotated.
Box 35, Folder 10

Ratings and Trends. 1959-1960.

Scope and Content

Ratings information for evening specials.
Box 37, Folder 8

Hollywood Remembers the Blacklist. 1997 October 27.

General Physical Description note: program

Scope and Content

Play commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Blacklist.
Box 39, Folder 5

NBC Standards and Practices. 1960-1974.

Box 39, Folder 6

Ralph Nader Papers.

Box 39, Folder 7

ABC Public Relations Guest List. 1973 June 15-20.

Box 39, Folder 7

Biographical Information.

Scope and Content

Bios for: Roy Huggins and Lamont Johnson.
Box 39, Folder 7

NBC Broadcast Standards. 1971-1972.

Scope and Content

Includes information on credits, program interruptions, and wardrobe.
Box 39, Folder 7

Universal Commercial Industrial Films Name Change.

Scope and Content

Name changes to MCA Corporate Films and MCA Commercial Films.
Box 39, Folder 12

The Message of Marshall McLuhan Speech. 1967 August 29.

Scope and Content

Speech given by Huggins.
Box 39, Folder 13

Arbitration for Separated Rights. 1972 March 15.

Scope and Content

Includes list of writers to be included in the suite and copies of the pertinent portion of the contract.
Box 39, Folder 13

NBC Advance Information Pamphlets. 1960-1962.

 

Story Dept.. Subseries 5.

Box 3, Folder 4

Wanderers Eastward, Wanderers West. 1964 December 5.

Scope and Content

Story description by Kathleen Winsor.
Box 24, Folder 3

Story Dept. Outlines. 1969-1977.

Scope and Content

For the titles: The Wine of Violence; Narc; The Cavanaugh Quest; Victims of Justice; The Ears of the Wolf; Snow on High Ground.
Box 35, Folder 10

Story Outlines. 1967 October 13-1970 February 25.

Scope and Content

Reports on: The Ramsden Case by David Chandler and Incident at 125th Street by J.E. Brown.
Box 39, Folder 1

Universal Story Dept. News. 1975-1977.

Box 39, Folder 2

Universal Story Dept. News and Reports. 1976-1978.

Box 39, Folder 3

Universal Story Dept. News and Reports. 1966-1977.

Box 39, Folder 4

Universal Story Dept. News and Reports. 1967-1979.

Box 42, Folder 8

Story Possibilities.

Scope and Content

Computer print outs of story possibilities (taxonomy of title, author, period, type or genre). Story Department synopsis of crime dramas, lawyer dramas, etc.
Box 42, Folder 9

Titles and Episodes of Produced Shows. 1970-1980.

Scope and Content

Lists of features released in 1980, index cards of story ideas for series programs: The Adversaries, Target Risk, The Bold Ones, Cool Million. Handwritten index cards of story ideas.
Box 42, Folder 10

Title Tests. 1969-1970.

Scope and Content

Inter-Office communication of title tests.
Box 42, Folder 11

TV Premises and Treatments. 1970.

Scope and Content

Story ideas, premises and treatment; titles include: Getting Away, The Boon Doctors, The Art Of Llewellyn Jones, My Fair Hawaii, Peroff, My Brother Rene.
Box 45, Folder 10

Story Department Synopsis and Plot summaries. 1956-1973.

Scope and Content

Includes story outlines, plot summaries, synopsis and some inter-office memos.
 

Project Idea Submissions. Subseries 6.

Box 39, Folder 7

Assorted Story Submissions.

Box 39, Folder 13

Assorted Project Submissions.

Box 35, Folder 2

The Art of Llewellyn Jones. 1965 July 31.

Scope and Content

Correspondence, memo and story outline based on the novel by Paul Hyde Bonner.
Box 24, Folder 5

The Company. 1976 May.

Scope and Content

Pilot/series proposal.
Box 37, Folder 10

The Death Committee Rights Issues. 1972 April 18.

Scope and Content

Memo regarding the rights to the novel.
Box 37, Folder 9

Kelly San.

Scope and Content

Project proposal and script written by Gene Levitt and Peer J. Oppenheimer.
Box 24, Folder 5

Ruby in Retrospect.

Box 24, Folder 6

Surf's Up. 1978 May 24.

Scope and Content

Presentation for a weekly one hour situation comedy on film.
Box 24, Folder 6

The Travels of Ida.

Scope and Content

Film outline.
Box 37, Folder 9

Unicorn. 1971 May 11.

Scope and Content

Story proposal.
Box 37, Folder 11

The Wayside Motor Inn. 1977 November 18.

Scope and Content

Story outline and new play report.
Box 24, Folder 5

We Had No Roots.

Scope and Content

On item: By Toni Carroll (ex Mrs. David Wolper).
 

Correspondence. Subseries 7.

Box 45, Folder 6

American Broadcasting Company (ABC). 1957-1969.

Scope and Content

Correspondence from ABC including talent lists and fundraiser information.
Box 45, Folder 9

Assorted Correspondence. 1962-1980.

Scope and Content

Assorted correspondence from 1962-1980; including business correspondence, personal correspondence and conference correspondence; also includes color negatives of conference slide artwork.
Box 25, Folder 1

Assorted Correspondence. 1959-1989.

Scope and Content

Includes correspondence from: Oliver Treyz; Leith Stevens; Lillian; Van Neher; Harold Livingston; William (Bill)McGivern, and Gaylord Dold.
Box 36, Folder 1

Assorted Correspondence. 1987-1989.

Box 36, Folder 4

Assorted Correspondence. 1964-1992.

Box 45, Folder 8

Assorted Correspondence. 1963-1993.

Scope and Content

Includes official letters, handwritten notes, postcards, and personal correspondence.
Box 37, Folder 10

Bob Shayne Correspondence. 1977 November 22-23.

Scope and Content

Bob Shayne asks Roy Huggins to work with him on projects for Universal. Mentions the omition of the, "...elements of divorce and homosexualtity which some people found objectionable..."
Box 45, Folder 7

Interoffice memos (handwritten). 1963-1978.

Scope and Content

Interoffice memos; mostly handwritten and some typed.
Box 39, Folder 6

TV Guide Correspondence. 1969-1974.

Box 45, Folder 5

MCA correspondence. 1966-1978.

Scope and Content

Interoffice memorandums and correspondence.
Box 41, Folder 14

Motion Pictures, Inc.. 1980.

Box 45, Folder 2

Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. 1961.

Scope and Content

Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation inter-office correspondence.
Box 45, Folder 3

Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc.. 1960-1962.

Scope and Content

Correspondence from and to Twentieth Century-Fox Television (NYC).
Box 45, Folder 4

Universal City Studios. 1964-1975.

Scope and Content

Correspondence and inter-office memos to and from Universal City Studios.
 

Correspondence by Last Name.

Box 44, Folder 1

Christopher Anderson.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Christopher Anderson from Indiana University.
Box 44, Folder 2

Richard Bare. 1969-1975.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Richard Bare.
Box 44, Folder 3

Judy and Bob Barrows. 1969-1974.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Judy and Bob Barrows in Cuba, New Mexico.
Box 44, Folder 4

Richard Block. 1975.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Richard Block about the Broadcast Education Association Panel in las Vegas 1975.
Box 44, Folder 

Jerry Bredouw. 1966-1968.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Jerry Bredouw of the American Broadcasting Company (ABC).
Box 44, Folder 6

Howard Browne. 1967-1978.

Scope and Content

Correspondence, inter-office communication, script excerpts, handwritten notes.
Box 44, Folder 7

Leonard Bryan. 1970-1974.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Leonard Bryan including resume, story outlines, inter-office communication.
Box 44, Folder 8

Raymond Burr. 1977.

Scope and Content

Includes correspondence with Raymond Burr, direction sto his house, program invitation to gallery opening in association with Raymond Burr, inter-office memos.
Box 44, Folder 9

Raymond Chandler.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Frank MacShane about Raymond Chandler. Photocopy of story by Raymond Chandler appearing in The Atlantic Monthly.
Box 44, Folder 10

Luther Davis. 1965-1968.

Scope and Content

Includes correspondence with Luther Davis, inter-office communication with Luther Davis Pictures, budgets.
Box 44, Folder 11

Philip Deguere, Jr.. 1966-1978.

Scope and Content

Includes correspondence with Philip DeGuere, Jr. with handwritten letters, inter-office communication, typed letters, memorandums, The Hollywood Reporter article on Philip.
Box 44, Folder 12

Nancy Robb Dunst. 1978.

Scope and Content

Includes correspondence and portfolio of slides of art work by Nancy Robb Dunst.
Box 44, Folder 13

Bob Hamilton. 1973.

Scope and Content

includes correspondence with Bob Hamilton and presentation of story: McCoy a western genre.
Box 44, Folder 14

Alan Harrington. 1974-1978.

Scope and Content

Includes correspondence with Alan Harrington, newspaper clipping.
Box 44, Folder 15

Cliff Hart. 1977-1980.

Scope and Content

Includes correspondence with Cliff Hart.
Box 44, Folder 16

Richard Heffron. 1969-1972.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Richard Heffron: inter-office memos, communication and letters.
Box 44, Folder 17

Lillian Hellman. 1976.

Scope and Content

Correspondence to Lillian Hellman's agent.
Box 44, Folder 18

Douglas Heyes. 1975-1977.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Douglas Heyes including handwritten notes, biography and poem.
Box 44, Folder 19

John Houseman. 1976-1977.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with John Houseman.
Box 44, Folder 20

Ben Irwin. 1970-1977.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Ben Irwin including magazine article.
Box 44, Folder 21

Claude Jarman. 1969-1972.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Claude Jarman.
Box 44, Folder 22

Jennings Lang. 1967-1968.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Jennings Lang including postcard, inter-office communication, letter.
Box 44, Folder 23

Gene Levitt. 1968-1977.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Gene Levitt (ABC-Australia) including inter-office communication and letters.
Box 44, Folder 24

Karen Loveland. 1976-1978.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Karen Loveland a director, includes resume, cv, magazine articles and inter-office memos.
Box 44, Folder 25

Chris Lucky. 1975-1979.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Chris Lucky including newspaper clippings, story ideas, memos, inter-office communication.
Box 44, Folder 26

Lee Majors. 1977.

Scope and Content

Letter of congratulations to Lee Majors on a film, letter written by Roy Huggins.
Box 44, Folder 27

Frank O'Connor. 1965-1979.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Frank O'Connor including inter-office communication and memorandums, letters, newspaper clipping.
Box 44, Folder 28

Pamela Parkinson. 1978-1979.

Scope and Content

Correspondence from Pamela Parkinson (actress and family friend).
Box 44, Folder 29

Frank Price. 1973-1974.

Scope and Content

Inter-office memorandums, handwritten notes, brochures for 1973 Summer at Sea and Chapman College brochure.
Box 44, Folder 30

Rosemary Rogers. 1975.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Rosemary Rogers and novel submission to publisher from agents.
Box 44, Folder 31

Steven Mark Rubenstein. 1972-1976.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Steven Mark Rubenstein including handwritten notes, letters, newspaper and magazine clippings, and cv/resume.
Box 44, Folder 32

Sandy Sagala. 1995.

Scope and Content

Correspondence from Sandy Sagala (librarian and fan).
Box 44, Folder 33

Herb Schlosser. 1967-1978.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Herb Schlosser (NBC) including inter-office communication,letters.
Box 44, Folder 34

Nancy L. Schwartz.

Scope and Content

Story about attending the Cannes Film Festival by Nancy Schwartz.
Box 44, Folder 35

Sheila Schwartz. 1978-1987.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Sheila Schwartz.
Box 44, Folder 36

Robert Shayon. 1967-1969.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Robert Lewis Shayon (University of Pennsylvania, Annenberg School of Communications).
Box 44, Folder 37

Sid Sheinberg. 1967-1971.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Sid Sheinberg including inter-office communication and memorandums.
Box 44, Folder 38

Jo Swerling, Jr.. 1969-1994.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Jo Swerling, Jr. including memos, letters and handwritten notes.
Box 44, Folder 39

Mel Torme. 1969.

Scope and Content

Correspondence to Mel Torme from Roy Huggins (personal thanks).
Box 44, Folder 40

Herminio Traviesas.

Scope and Content

Handwritten note from Herminio Traviesas.
Box 44, Folder 41

Howard H. Van Nice. 1976-1977.

Scope and Content

handwritten notes from Howard H. Van Nice (Portland, OR).
Box 44, Folder 42

Robert Wagner. 1963.

Scope and Content

Letter to Robert Wagner from Roy Huggins; Huggins appreciates Wagner's performance in The Eleventh Hour.
Box 44, Folder 43

Clyde Ware. 1975-2000.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Clyde Ware (writer) including story possibilities.
Box 44, Folder 44

Annie West. 1972.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Annie West (Department of English, University of Hull - Yorkshire, England).
 

Staff/Casting. Subseries 8.

Box 35, Folder 6

Canadian Labor Survey. 1972 April.

Box 37, Folder 5

Head Shots.

General Physical Description note: 8 x 10 b & w photographs

Scope and Content

Assorted headshots (most unidentified). Includes photographs of: Perry King; Ted Story; Duncan Hoxworth; Stephen Joyce; George Baxter; John Lithgow and James Ferantino.
Box 58, Folder 6

Directors' Information.

 

Burl Ives. 1970.

Box 65, Folder 1

Correspondence and memos. 1970.

Box 65, Folder 1

Scripts and TV Spots. 1970.

Box 65, Folder 1

Programs. 1979.

 

Photographs. Subseries 9.

Box 37, Folder 6

Assorted Photographs.

General Physical Description note: 8 x 10 b & w photographs

Scope and Content

Includes: unidentified cast group photographs; location photographs; photographs of a private plane, and photographs of a film projector.
 

Research Materials. Subseries 10.

Box 22, Folder 5

New Yorker "Annals of Law" Article.

Scope and Content

Draft of article, "Be Just and Fear Not."
Box 42, Folder 3

Encyclopedia of Film.

Box 37, Folder 7

Assorted Publications. 1960-1969.

Scope and Content

Titles include: Television Quarterly, vol. 1, no. 2, August 1962; A Seminar on Commercial Television Conducted by the Universities of Texas and Stanford (1968, 1969); Population as a National Issue: the Critical Role of Television (2 copies); Television Programs Relating to Law and the Legislative Process (1960-1964).
Box 38, Folder 2

Assorted Research Publications. 1938-1962.

Scope and Content

Includes: How to Use American Jurisprudence; How to Use American Law Reports Annoated; Reference Books in the Mass Media; The Rockefeller Panel Report on American Democracy: The Power of the Democratic Idea.
Box 38, Folder 2

Partisan Review, no. 3, Summer 1968. 1968.

Scope and Content

Includes interviews with Columbia University faculty and staff annotated by Huggins.
Box 38, Folder 2

Review of Research and Reflection: The People vs. Democracy. 1961.

Box 42, Folder 6

Research material on Hitler.

Box 38, Folder 3

Assorted Research Publications. 1959-1971.

Scope and Content

Includes: Dead Horse and the Featherbird by Paul Jacobs (a report to the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions; Security World (the magazine of professional security administration and practice); Poor Richard's Almanack: Broadcast Freedim - is it Still There? by Roy Danish; Broadcasting and Government Regulation in a Free Society; Taste and the Censor in Television by Charles Winick.

General note

Portions annotated by Huggins.
Box 38, Folder 4

Assorted Publications. 1961-1967.

Scope and Content

Includes: Film Quarterly (Fall 1967); Nielsen Radio-Television Index Report to Twentieth Century Fox (November 15, 1961); Telefilm (1961-1962 Fall programming issues).

General note

Includes Huggins's annotations.
Box 38, Folder 5

Museum of Television & Radio Annual Television Festival. 1992-1994.

Scope and Content

Includes issues for the 9th, 10th and 11th annual festivals. Huggins is paid tribute to in 10th and 11th festivals.
Box 38, Folder 6

Assorted Publications. 1960-1972.

Scope and Content

Titles included: What the Ratings Really Mean (1964); Nielsen Newscast (winter, 1972, vol. 21, no. 1); Television '62; Radio '62; The Television Audience (Nielsen Television Index) (1961); Radio Corporation of America Annual Report (1961); Who Owns the Air?: Testimony before the Federal Communications Commission.
Box 58, Folder 5, Box 58, Folder 7

Crime and Theft Clippings.

Box 58, Folder 8, Box 58, Folder 9, Box 65, Folder 4

Newspaper Clippings.

Box 42, Folder 4

Newspaper Clippings. 1970-1975.

Box 58, Folder 10, Box 65, Folder 5, Box 65, Folder 4

Entertainment Clippings.

Box 42, Folder 4

Entertainment Clippings. 1970-1976.

Box 45, Folder 11

Newspaper and Magazine Clippings. 1968-1980.

Scope and Content

Newspaper and magazine clippings; criminal and law proceeding information, other research materials for story and crime ideas.
Box 45, Folder 12

Magazines and TV Guides. 1967-1979.

Scope and Content

Includes TV Guide, The Atlantic Monthly, The New Republic, Security World,The New Yorker.
 

Menus. Subseries 11.

Box 20, Folder 7

Los Angeles Restaurant Menus and Restaurant Listings.

 

Equipment. Subseries 12.

Scope and Content

Includes information on audio equipment used by Huggins to dictate story ideas.
Box 37, Folder 11

Sony Equipment Information. 1977.

Scope and Content

Includes invoices, lists of equipment, and brochures for portable Sony videorecorders with annotations by Huggins.
 

Nielsen's Ratings. 1972.

Box 10, Folder 4

Sunday and Wednesday Mystery Movies. 1972.

Box 42, Folder 15

Personal Business. 1975-1979.

Scope and Content

Personal Papers including Cadillac Automobile information, teacher/student conference schedule (grandchildren?) Common Cause Newsletters, Electrical proposal and contract for service at personal resident, handwritten notes.
Box 42, Folder 15

Cadillac papers.

Box 42, Folder 17

Personal Business papers. 1963-2010.

Scope and Content

Includes teacher/student conference schedule (grandchildren?) Common Cause Newsletters, Electrical proposal and contract for service at personal resident, handwritten notes.
Box 42, Folder 18

Property and Real Estate. 1960-1979.

Scope and Content

Inter-Office Communication involving a real-estate loan, policy of title insurance, correspondence.
Box 42, Folder 12

Mission Impossible and The Vietnam War. 1966-1968.

Scope and Content

Audience Share charts for Mission Impossible (1967), Mission Impossible and Vietnam News Coverage theories by J. Patrick Michaels, Jr. (Roy Huggins?)(1968).
Box 42, Folder 16

Legal Documents. 1962-1971.

Scope and Content

Includes office memorandums of legal communication, packager's disclosure letter.
Box 43, Folder 4

McLuhan Research. 1968-1969.

Scope and Content

Research material on Marshall McLuhan including hand written notes, magazine clippings, photo-copy of Thomas Wolfe book.
Box 43, Folder 1

Letters of Recommendation. 1974-1987.

Box 43, Folder 2

Resumes (Talent correspondence).

Scope and Content

Includes resumes, letters of interest, curriculum vitaes, headshots, portfolios.
Box 43, Folder 3

Interviews and Essays.

Scope and Content

Interview transcripts, transcripts of meetings, and a few autobiographical essays.
Box 45, Folder 1

Television Ratings. 1950-1977.

Scope and Content

Contains photocopies of top-rated television shows from 1950-1977.
Box 63

Index Card File Actors A-G. 1964-1978.

Scope and Content

Contains index card file box with index cards on actors with last names A-G. The index cards have production credits for each actor listed in addition to salary information.
Box 64

Index Card File Actors P-Z. 1964-1978.

Scope and Content

Contains index card file box with index cards on actors with last names P-Z. The index cards have production credits for each actor listed in addition to salary information.
Box 62

Index Card File Actors H-O. 1964-1978.

Scope and Content

Contains index card file box with index cards on actors with last names H-O. The index cards have production credits for each actor listed in addition to salary information.
Box 62

Index Card File Diary Notes. 1977-1980.

Scope and Content

Contains index card file box with index cards of diary notes of meetings, lunches, script work, etc. from 1977-1980.
Box 62

Index Card File Actresses A-Z. 1965-1978.

Scope and Content

Contains index card file box with index cards on actresses with last names A-Z. The index cards have production credits for each actress listed in addition to salary information.
Box 62

Index Card File of Stories. 1972-1978.

Scope and Content

Contains index card file box with index cards on stories from books. teleplays, research material. Organized by title- alphabetically.