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Film and Television Show Titles. Series 1. 1930-1967.

Scope and Content Note

The series consists of materials pertaining to specific Salter film and television projects. Titles encompass Salter's work at Universal Pictures and abroad. Also included are materials from other notable film composers such as George Duning, Jerry Goldsmith, Artur Gutmann, Frank Loesser, and Henry Mancini. For Salter sound recording compilations, see Series 4, Subseries 1.

Arrangement note

Arranged alphabetically by work title.
 

Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy. Subseries 1. 1955.

Scope and Content Note

Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1955 directed by Charles Lamont and written by Lee Loeb and John Grant. The film's cast included Lou Costello and Bud Abbott, Marie Windsor, Michael Ansara, Dan Seymour, and Richard Deacon. This subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 5, Folder 2

Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy Prod. no. 1784. 1955.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 27 "Madame Rontru's Caravan" cue no. 28 "Semu's Plan" cue no. 29 "Temple Horrors Pt. 1" cue no. 30 "Temple of Horrors Pt. 2" cue no. 31 "Medallion Coming Up."

Additional Note

2 copies of each cue.
Box 153

Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy. 1955.

Physical Description: music
 

African Elephant, The. Subseries 2.

Scope and Content Note

Documentary film.
Box 142, Folder 8

Rain Falls Anywhere it Wants to. 1971.

Physical Description: 7" sound disc, 45 RPM

Scope and Content Note

Song from the documentary film The African Elephant
 

Against All Flags. Subseries 3. 1952.

Scope and Content Note

Against All Flags, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1952 directed by George Sherman and written by &#x00C6;neas MacKenzie. The film starred Errol Flynn, Maureen O'Hara, and Anthony Quinn. This subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 61

Adio, side 4.

Physical Description: 10" open reel audio tape
Box 66

Against All Flags. 1952.

Physical Description: bound conductor's score
Box 100

Against All Flags. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 103

Against All Flags. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 13, "Hiding the Princess."
Box 156

Against All Flags. 1952.

Box 157

Against All Flags. 1952.

Box 158

Against All Flags. 1952.

Box 80, Folder 12

Sound Recording.

Scope and Content

Music from the films The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942), Magnificent Doll (1946), Bend of the River (1952), Against All Flags (1952).

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

12" sound disc
 

An Allem is die Liebe Schuld. Subseries 4.

Box 1, Folder 7

Einmal kommt Einer Lied und Waltz. 1932.

Physical Description: sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Song from the film "An allem ist die Liebe schuld."
 

Alles fur die Firma. Subseries 5.

Box 1, Folder 8

Diese Melodie ist ganz bestimmt etwas fur Sie Langsamer Foxtrot. 1935.

Physical Description: sheet music
Box 6, Folder 8

Du und ich -- ich und du!. 1935.

Physical Description: piano sheet music
Box 133, Folder 7

Du und ich-ich und du!. 1935.

Physical Description: orchestral part for piano
 

Apache Drums. Subseries 6. 1951.

Scope and Content Note

Apache Drums, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1951, directed by Hugo Fregonese, written by David Chandler, and based on a novel by Harry Brown. The film starred Stephen McNally, Coleen Gray, Willard Parker, and Arthur Shields. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 66

Apache Drums. undated.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 100

Apache Drums. 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 13, "Bert Keon Killed."
Box 102

Apache Drums. 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 17, "Mescalero Massacre."
Box 112

Apache Drums. 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 28, "End Title."
Box 112

Apache Drums. 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 29, "End Cast."
Box 162

Apache Drums. 1951.

Box 177

Apache Drums. 1951.

 

Appointment with a Shadow. Subseries 7. 1957.

Scope and Content Note

Appointment with a Shadow, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1957, directed by Richard Carlson and written by Alec Coppel and Norman Jolley. Alternate titles for the film include "If I Should Die" and "The Big Story." The film starred George Nader, Joanna Moore, Brian Keith, and Virginia Field. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 66

Appointment With a Shadow. undated.

Scope and Content Note

Cues by Salter, Henry Mancini, Henry Vars, Frederick Herbert and Arnold Hughes.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 131

Appointment With A Shadow & Walk the Proud Land.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Additional Note

on item: Walk the Proud Land, side 1. Appointment With a Shadow, side 2.
Box 131

Appointment With A Shadow & Man Without A Star.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Additional Note

on item: Appointment With a Shadow: 5D - 10C. Man Without A Star: 1A - 4C.
Box 131

Appointment With A Shadow & Walk the Proud Land.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Additional Note

on item: Walk the Proud Land 5D - 7C. Appointment With a Shadow 1A - 5C.
Box 131

Appointment With A Shadow & Walk the Proud Land.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Additional Note

on item: Walk the Proud Land 7A - 7C. Appointment With a Shadow 1A - 9A.
Box 131

Appointment With A Shadow & Walk the Proud Land.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Additional Note

on item: Appointment With a Shadow: 10AA-10C End Cast. Walk the Proud Land: 1A-2A, 2B-5B.
 

Bat Masterson Story (The). Subseries 8. 1959.

Scope and Content Note

The Bat Masterson Story, released under the title The Gunfight at Dodge City was produced by The Mirisch Corporation and distributed by United Artists in 1959. The film was directed by Joseph M. Newman, written by Martin Goldsmith and Daniel B. Ullman, and starred Joel McCrea, Julie Adams, John McIntire, Nancy Gates, and Richard Anderson. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 15, Folder 1

cue 2A "Not Time for Sergeants". 1958.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 15, Folder 2

cue no.4A "Ed Dies". 1958 July 28.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 18, Folder 5

Assorted Cues. 1959.

Physical Description: conductor's score 13 x 22

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 5A "Prelude to a Fight" ; cue no. 9D "End Title" ; cue no. 1B "Main Title" ; cue no. 8B "Culpepper Station"
Box 37, Folder 2

The Bat Masterson Story orchestra credits. undated.

Physical Description: memo

Scope and Content Note

Memo from the desk of Bobby Helfer announcing a recording session from this film at "Goldwyn Studio 1:00pm July 28, 1959." Memo lists all the orchestra members by name and instrument.
Box 62

Assorted Cues. 1958 July 28.

Physical Description: 7 " open reel audio tape
Box 63

Assorted Cues. 1958 July 28.

Physical Description: 7 " open reel audio tape
Box 130, Folder 5

Bat Masterson. circa 1959.

Physical Description: orchestral parts

Scope and Content Note

piano parts: cue no. 2C "Bloodshot Eyes" ; cue no.2E "Cowboy's Heaven" ; cue no. 2D "Seven Day Wonder" ; cue no. 3B "Lady Gay" ; cue no. 3C "Four Roses" ; cue no. 3D4 "Cowpunchers Lament"
Box 98

Bat Masterson. 1958-1961.

Physical Description: orchestral parts
Box 99

Bat Masterson. 1958-1961.

Physical Description: orchestral parts
 

Battle at Apache Pass (The). Subseries 9. 1952.

Scope and Content Note

The Battle at Apache Pass, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1952, directed by George Sherman and written by Gerald Drayson Adams. The film starred John Lund, Jeff Chandler, Beverly Tyler, Bruce Cowling, Susan Cabot, and James Best. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 66

The Battle at Apache Pass. undated.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 100

Battle at Apache Pass. 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 40, "Sun and Exposure."
Box 100

Battle at Apache Pass. 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 42, "Battle at Apache Pass" part 2.
Box 100

Battle at Apache Pass. 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 41, "Battle at Apache Pass" part 1.
Box 100

Battle at Apache Pass. 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 43, "Battle at Apache Pass" part 3.
Box 100

Battle at Apache Pass. 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 38.
Box 101

Battle at Apache Pass. 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 44, "Nona Hurt."
Box 101

Battle at Apache Pass. 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 48, "Geronimo Vanquished."
Box 113

Battle at Apache Pass. 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 2, "A Burning Fort."
Box 113

Battle at Apache Pass. 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 3, "Cochise."
Box 113

Battle at Apache Pass. 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 39, "On To Fort Sheridan."
Box 113

Battle at Apache Pass. 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 49, "End Title."
Box 113

Battle at Apache Pass. 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 1, "Main Title."
Box 158

Battle at Apache Pass. 1952.

Box 80, Folder 18

Sound Recording.

Scope and Content

Publisher: Medallion Records; 12" sound disc.
Musical selections from the films: Battle at Apache Pass (1952), Walk the Proud Land (1956), Man Without a Star (1955), Bend of the River (1952), The Spoilers(1942), Days of the Badman (1958), The Tall Stranger (1957), Untamed Frontier (1952), The Oklahoman (1957), Four Guns to the Border (1954), and The Far Horizons (1955).
 

Beau Geste. Subseries 11. 1966.

Scope and Content Note

Beau Geste, a Universal Pictures Production was released in 1966, directed and written by Douglas Heyes and based on the novel by Percival Christopher Wren. The film starred Guy Stockwell, Doug McClure, Leslie Nielsen, Telly Savalas, David Mauro, and Robert Wolders. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 3, Folder 6

sequence 1A "Main Title". circa 1966.

Physical Description: 4.0 pages
Physical Description: conductor's score photocopy
Box 66

Beau Geste. 1966.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
 

Bedtime Story. Subseries 12. 1964.

Scope and Content Note

Bedtime Story, a Pennebaker Productions, The Lankershim Company, and Universal production was released in 1964 directed by Ralph Levy and written by Stanley Shapiro and Paul Henning. The film starred Marlon Brando, David Niven, and Shirley Jones. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 4, Folder 3

Theme song from A Bedtime Story. 1964.

Physical Description: sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Sheet music of theme A Bedtime Story from film of the same name.
Box 62

Theme.

Physical Description: 5" open reel analog tape
Box 66

Bedtime Story.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
 

Believe in Me. Subseries 13.

Box 142, Folder 2

Believe in Me. 1971.

Physical Description: 7" sound disc

Additional Note

Song from the film of the same title Believe in Me. Run time 3:45
 

Ben Hur. Subseries 14.

Box 30

Qvo Vadis (Ben Hur). 1951.

Additional Note

Musical Highlights from the score of Ben Hur.
 

Bend of the River. Subseries 15. 1952.

Scope and Content Note

Bend of the River, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1952, directed by Anthony Mann, written by Borden Chase and based on a novel by William Gulick. The film starred James Stewart, Arthur Kennedy, Rock Hudson, and Jay C. Flippen. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 60

Assorted Cues.

Physical Description: 10" open reel audio tape
Box 66

Bend of the River.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 100

Bend of the River. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 28, "Glyn Takes Over."
Box 100

Bend of the River. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 27, "The Hunters."
Box 103

Bend of the River. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 4, "Indian Hunters" (part 2).
Box 152

Bend of the River. 1952.

Box 162

Bend of the River. 1952.

Box 80, Folder 12

Sound Recording.

Scope and Content

Music from the films The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942), Magnificent Doll (1946), Bend of the River (1952), Against All Flags (1952).

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

12" sound disc
Box 80, Folder 18

Sound Recording.

Scope and Content

Publisher: Medallion Records; 12" sound disc. Recording title: Far Horizons The Western Film Scores of Hans J. Salter, 1942-1958
Musical selections from the films: Battle at Apache Pass (1952), Walk the Proud Land (1956), Man Without a Star (1955), Bend of the River (1952), The Spoilers(1942), Days of the Badman (1958), The Tall Stranger (1957), Untamed Frontier (1952), The Oklahoman (1957), Four Guns to the Border (1954), and The Far Horizons (1955).
 

Bengal Brigade. Subseries 16. 1954.

Scope and Content Note

Bengal Brigade, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1954, directed by Laslo Benedek, written by Seton I. Miller, and based on the novel by Hall Hunter. The film starred Rock Hudson, Arlene Dahl, Ursula Thiess, Torin Thatcher, Arnold Moss, and Dan O'Herlihy. The subseries includes manuscript music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 161

Music Manuscript. 1954.

 

Black Horse Canyon. Subseries 18. 1954.

Scope and Content Note

Black Horse Canyon, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1954. Alternate titles for the film include Echo Canyon and Wild Horse Canyon. The film was directed by Jesse Hibbs written by David Lang and Daniel Mainwaring and starred Joel McCrea, Mari Blanchard, Race Gentry, Murvyn Vye, Irving Bacon, and John Pickard.
Box 67

Black Horse Canyon. 1954 April 5.

Scope and Content Note

Cues also by William Lava, Herman Stein, Frank Skinner, Everett Carter, Milton Rosen and Henry Mancini.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
 

Black Shield of Falworth, The. Subseries 19. 1954.

Scope and Content Note

The Black Shield of Falworth, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1954. The film was directed by Rudolph Mat&#x00E9;, written by Oscar Brodney, and based on a novel by Howard Pyle. The cast included Janet Leigh, Tony Curtis, David Farrar, Barbara Rush, and Herbert Marshall. This subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 3, Folder 11

Themes for The Black Shield of Falworth Prod. no. 1756. circa 1958.

Physical Description: sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Themes included: "Love Theme" "The Black Shield" "Black Tom" "Mile's Theme".
Box 117

Black Shield Of Falworth, The. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 41, "Treachery Fight- Pt. 2."
Box 80, Folder 17

Sound Recording.

Scope and Content

Sound recording title, Fantasy Film Music of Hans. J. Salter, 1951-1954, Medallion Records; 12" sound disc.
Music from the film scores of The Golden Horde (1951), The Black Shield of Falworth (1954), and The Prince who was a Thief (1951).
Box 117

Black Shield Of Falworth, The. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 40, "Treachery Fight- Pt. 1."
Box 117

Black Shield Of Falworth, The. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 34, "Lady Ann's Escape"
Box 117

Black Shield Of Falworth, The. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 33, "Lady Anne Bargains."
Box 117

Black Shield Of Falworth, The. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 26, "King's Reception"
Box 117

Black Shield Of Falworth, The. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 25, "Lover's Quarrel."
Box 117

Black Shield Of Falworth, The. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 24, "Knighthood Montage- Pt. 2."
Box 117

Black Shield Of Falworth, The. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 23, "Knighthood Montage- Pt.1."
Box 117

Black Shield Of Falworth, The. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 22, "Tailored Armor."
Box 117

Black Shield Of Falworth, The. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 7, "Bumpkin."
Box 117

Black Shield Of Falworth, The. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 6, "Lady Ann's Favor."
Box 117

Black Shield Of Falworth, The. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 5, "Myles Interrupts."
Box 117

Black Shield Of Falworth, The. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 3, "Meg's Protector-(Revised)."
Box 131

The Black Shield of Falworth.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape
 

Bless the Beasts and Children. Subseries 20.

Box 142, Folder 1

Bless the Beasts and Children. 1971.

Physical Description: 7" sound disc

Additional Note

Song from film of same title Bless the Beasts and Children.
 

Borderline. Subseries 21. 1950.

Scope and Content Note

Borderline, a Borderline Productions Corporation production and distributed by Universal Pictures was released in 1950. The film was directed by William A. Seiter, written by Devery Freeman, and starred Fred MacMurray, Claire Trevor, Raymond Burr, and Jos&#x00E9; Torvay. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 8, Folder 1

Borderline. 1949.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Prod. no. 1034; Cue no. 27, "End Title."

Additional Note

6 copies. 1 copy on onion skin.
Box 8, Folder 2

Borderline. 1949.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Prod. no. 1034; Cue no. 26 "Don't Mention It."

Additional Note

6 copies. 1 copy on onion skin.
Box 8, Folder 3

Borderline. 1949.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Prod. no. 1034; Cue no. 25 "You Look Good."

Additional Note

6 copies. 1 copy on onion skin.
Box 8, Folder 4

Borderline. 1949.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Prod. no. 1034; cue no. 24 "Ensenada Hotel."

Additional Note

6 copies. 1 copy on onion skin.
Box 8, Folder 5

Borderline. 1949.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Prod. no. 1034; cue no. 23 "Fish Barbecue."

Additional Note

6 copies. 1 copy on onion skin.
Box 8, Folder 6

Borderline. 1949.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Prod. no. 1034; cue no. 22 "Adios."

Additional Note

6 copies. 1 copy on onion skin.
Box 8, Folder 7

Borderline. 1949.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Prod. no. 1034; cue no. 20 and 21 "The Limited."

Additional Note

6 copies. 1 copy on onion skin.
Box 8, Folder 8

Borderline. 1949.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Prod. no. 1034; cue no. 19 "A Bright Girl."

Additional Note

6 copies. 1 copy on onion skin.
Box 8, Folder 9

Borderline. 1949.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Prod. no. 1034; cue no. 18 "Look Out."

Additional Note

6 copies. 1 copy on onion skin.
Box 8, Folder 10

Borderline. 1949.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Prod. no. 1034; cue no. 17 "A Restful Night."

Additional Note

6 copies. 1 copy on onion skin.
Box 8, Folder 11

Borderline. 1949.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Prod. no. 1034; cue no. 16 "What's Your Name."

Additional Note

6 copies. 1 copy on onion skin.
Box 8, Folder 12

Borderline. 1949.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Prod. no. 1034; cue no. 15 "Fingerprints."

Additional Note

6 copies. 1 copy on onion skin.
Box 8, Folder 13

Borderline. 1949.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Prod. no. 1034; cue no. 14 "Oh-Shut Up!"

Additional Note

6 copies. 1 copy on onion skin.
Box 8, Folder 14

Borderline. 1949.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Prod. no. 1034; cue no. 12 "Casa Hermosa."

Additional Note

6 copies. 1 copy on onion skin.
Box 8, Folder 15

Borderline. 1949.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Prod. no. 1034; cue no. 11 and 13 "Music Box (Sobre Las Olas)."

Additional Note

6 copies. 1 copy on onion skin.
Box 8, Folder 16

Borderline. 1949.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Prod. no. 1034; cue no. 10 "The Warehouse."

Additional Note

6 copies. 1 copy on onion skin.
Box 8, Folder 17

Borderline. 1949.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Prod. no. 1034; cue no. 9 "It's the North Wind."

Additional Note

6 copies. 1 copy on onion skin.
Box 8, Folder 18

Borderline. 1949.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Prod. no. 1034; cue no. 8 "Johnny Enters."

Additional Note

6 copies. 1 copy on onion skin.
Box 9, Folder 1

Borderline. 1949.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Prod. no. 1034; cue no. 7 "Ritchie's Room."

Additional Note

6 copies. 1 copy on onion skin.
Box 9, Folder 2

Borderline. 1949.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Prod. no. 1034; cue no. 6 "Nina."

Additional Note

6 copies. 1 copy on onion skin.
Box 9, Folder 3

Borderline. 1949.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Prod. no. 1034; cue no. 3 "Lisa."

Additional Note

6 copies. 1 copy on onion skin.
Box 9, Folder 4

Borderline. 1949.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Prod. no. 1034; cue no. 4 "Emanon."

Additional Note

6 copies. 1 copy on onion skin.
Box 9, Folder 11

Borderline. 1949.

Physical Description: onion skin sheet music

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 5 "Carlotta." Includes lyrics.
Box 19, Folder 1

cues "The Trap," "Music Box," and "Emblem". 1950.

Additional Note

Prod. no. 1034
Box 19, Folder 3

Borderline. 1949.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Prod. no. 1034; cue no. 2 "Main Title."

Additional Note

3 copies.
Box 67

Borderline. 1949.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Prod. no. 1034.
Box 160

Borderline. 1950.

Scope and Content Note

Prod. no. 1034
Box 101

Borderline. 1949.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Includes conductor's score and cue copyright information.

Additional Note

Cues also by: Dale Butts, Sammy Cahn, and Juventino Rosas. Recorded at Republic Studio for the Universal Pictures Company.
Box 102

Borderline. 1949.

Physical Description: orchestral parts

Scope and Content Note

Includes conductor's score and cue copyright information.

Additional Note

Cues also by: Dale Butts, Sammy Cahn, and Juventino Rosas. Recorded at Republic Studio for the Universal Pictures Company.
 

Bridal Suite. Subseries 22.

Box 4, Folder 6

One Little Drink to You. 1939 March 7.

Physical Description: sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Song from film "Madien Voyage" Prod. no 974. The release title of the film is "Bridal Suite."
 

Captain Lightfoot. Subseries 23. 1955.

Scope and Content Note

Captain Lightfoot, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1955. The film was directed by Douglas Sirk and written by W.R. Burnett who also wrote the novel on which the film is based. The cast included Rock Hudson, Barbara Rush, Jeff Morrow, Kathleen Ryan, and Finlay Currie. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 130, Folder 2

Captain Lightfoot Prod. no. 1768. circa 1955.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 2 "Apprentice Highwayman."

Additional Note

2 copies.
Box 130, Folder 7

Captain Lightfoot Prod. no. 1768. circa 1955.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 3 "A Pittance" and cue no. 4 "Kate Kearney."
Box 130, Folder 8

Captain Lightfoot Prod. no. 1768. circa 1955.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 10 "Michael Fights Dragoons"

Additional Note

2 copies.
Box 130, Folder 9

Captain Lightfoot Prod. no. 1768. circa 1955.

Physical Description: orchestral part

Scope and Content Note

harp solo cue no. 19 "Courante"
Box 130, Folder 10

Captain Lightfoot Prod. no. 1768. circa 1955.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 22 "Dance #3"

Additional Note

2 copies.
Box 131

Captain Lightfoot.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Additional Note

on item: 7 1/2"/sec, 2 tracks.
Box 131

Captain Lightfoot.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Additional Note

on item: Captain Lightfoot Master.
 

Casbah. Subseries 24.

Box 9, Folder 10

cue no. 29 "Ramadan Dance Finale". circa 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Additional Note

Prod. no. 1558
 

Christmas Holiday. Subseries 25. 1944.

Scope and Content Note

Christmas Holiday, a Universal Pictures production was released in 1944, directed by Robert Siodmak, written by Herman J. Mankiewicz, and based on the novel by W. Somerset Maugham. The film starred Deanna Durbin, Gene Kelly, Richard Whorf, Dean Harens, Gladys George, Gale Sondergaard , and David Bruce. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 3

Spring Will be a Little Late This Year. 1944.

Additional Note

Piano sheet music from film Christmas Holiday of which Hans J. Salter was the composer for the majority of the film's music.
Box 44

Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year. 1940.

Physical Description: Sheet Music and Holograph Score
Box 3, Folder 7

Spring Will be a Little Late This Year. circa 1944.

Physical Description: sheet music, photocopy

Scope and Content Note

Song from the film "Christmas Holiday" (1944) in which Hans J. Salter was composer.
Box 67

Christmas Holiday. 1944.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
 

Come September. Subseries 26. 1961.

Scope and Content Note

Come September, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1961, directed by Robert Mulligan, and written by Stanley Shapiro and Maurice Richlin. The film starred Rock Hudson, Gina Lollobrigida, Sandra Dee, Bobby Darin, Walter Slezak, Brenda De Banzie, Rosanna Rory, Ronald Howard, and Joel Grey. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 60

Assorted Cues.

Physical Description: 3 10" open reel audio tapes
Box 60

Maint Title.

Physical Description: 10" open reel audio tape

Scope and Content Note

With voices.

Additional Note

Productio no. 1907.
Box 143, Folder 3

Come September Prod. no. 1907. 1961.

Physical Description: 12" sound disc, outside 78 inside 33 RPM

Scope and Content Note

Music from the film Come September (1961).
Box 67

Come September.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
 

Convicted. Subseries 27.

Box 12, Folder 9

cue no. 6A "Love and Spuds". 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Additional Note

Prod. no. 1219
 

Die Cousine aus Warschau. Subseries 28.

Box 1, Folder 7

In Deinen Blauen Augen Steht Ein Gedicht English Waltz. 1931.

Physical Description: sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Song from the film "Die Cousine aus Warschau" translated "The Cousin from Warsaw."
Box 1, Folder 8

Reizendes Cousinchen Tango. 1931.

Physical Description: sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Song from the film "Die Cousine aus Warschau" translated "The Cousin from Warsaw."
Box 133, Folder 7

Reizendes Cousinchen. 1931.

Physical Description: orchestral part
 

Cover Up. Subseries 29. 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Cover Up, a Strand Productions film was released in 1949 and distributed by United Artists, directed by Alfred E. Green, and written by Jerome Odlum and Dennis O'Keefe. The film starred William Bendix, Dennis O'Keefe, Barbara Britton, Art Baker, and Ann E. Todd. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 67

Cover Up.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
 

Cracked Nuts. Subseries 30. 1941.

Scope and Content Note

Cracked Nuts, a Universal Pictures production was released in 1941, directed by Edward F. Cline, and written by Scott Darling and Erna Lazarus. The film starred Stuart Erwin, Una Merkel, Mischa Auer, William Frawley, Shemp Howard, and Astrid Allwyn. This subseries includes manuscript music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 147, Folder 14

cue entitled "Ivan" and "Polka". circa 1941.

Physical Description: conductor's score
 

Creature from the Black Lagoon. Subseries 31. 1954.

Scope and Content Note

Creature from the Black Lagoon, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1954, directed by Jack Arnold, and written by Harry Essex and Arthur A. Ross. The film starred Richard Carlson, Julie Adams, Richard Denning, Antonio Moreno, Nestor Paiva, Whit Bissell, Bernie Gozier, and Henry A. Escalante. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 61

Assorted Cues.

Physical Description: 10" open reel audio tape
Box 111

Creature from the Black Lagoon. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 7, "Almost Caught."
Box 111

Creature from the Black Lagoon. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 22, "The Monster Strikes Back."
Box 111

Creature from the Black Lagoon. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 25, "Monster Attacks- Pt. 1."
Box 111

Creature from the Black Lagoon. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 26, "Monster Attacks- Pt. 2."
Box 112

Creature from the Black Lagoon. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 27, "The Monster Attacks Pt. 3."
Box 112

Creature from the Black Lagoon. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 36, "Monster Aboard."
Box 112

Creature from the Black Lagoon. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 31,38,39, "Doping the Monster."
Box 112

Creature from the Black Lagoon. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 43, "End Title."
Box 80, Folder 14

The Classic Horror Music of Hans J. Salter. 1954-1957.

Physical Description: 12" sound disc

Scope and Content Note

Music from the horror films: Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954) and The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957).

Additional Note

unopened.
 

Danger in the Air. Subseries 32.

Box 145, Folder 6

cue no. 4 "Main Title" and cue no. 22 "End Title". 1938.

Physical Description: conductor's score
 

Day of the Bad Man. Subseries 34. 1958.

Scope and Content Note

Day of the Bad Man, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1958, directed by Harry Keller, and written by John W. Cunningham and Lawrence Roman. Alternate US titles for the film include Decision at Durango, Law of the Trigger, and Point of Decision. The film starred Fred MacMurray, Joan Weldon, John Ericson, Robert Middleton, Marie Windsor, and Edgar Buchanan. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 62

Assorted Cues.

Physical Description: 7 " open reel audio tape
Box 63

Assorted Cues.

Physical Description: 7 " open reel audio tape
Box 161

Day of the Bad Man. 1958.

Box 67

Day of the Bad Man. undated.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 108, Folder 1

Cue "Four To Go". 1957.

Physical Description: Conductor's score
Box 80, Folder 18

Sound Recording.

Scope and Content

Publisher: Medallion Records; 12" sound disc. Recording title: Far Horizons The Western Film Scores of Hans J. Salter, 1942-1958
Musical selections from the films: Battle at Apache Pass (1952), Walk the Proud Land (1956), Man Without a Star (1955), Bend of the River (1952), The Spoilers(1942), Days of the Badman (1958), The Tall Stranger (1957), Untamed Frontier (1952), The Oklahoman (1957), Four Guns to the Border (1954), and The Far Horizons (1955).
 

Der Mann, der den Mord Beging. Subseries 35. 1931.

Scope and Content Note

Der Mann, der den Mord beging, a Terra-Film production was released in 1931, directed by Curtis Bernhardt, based on the play by Pierre Frondaie, and the novel by Claude Farr&#x00E8;re. The German film starred Conrad Veidt, Trude von Molo, Heinrich George, Friedl Haerlin, and Frida Richard. The subseries includes manuscript music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores. Literal translation of title: The Man Who Committed the Murder.
Box 138, Folder 6

Unidentified song. circa 1931.

Physical Description: conductor's scores and orchestral parts

Scope and Content Note

Song title is illegible.
 

Diamonds are Forever. Subseries 36.

Box 142, Folder 7

Diamonds Are Forever and For the Love of Him. 1971.

Physical Description: 7" sound disc, compatible stereo

Scope and Content Note

Songs from the film Diamonds Are Forever.

Additional Note

run time "Diamonds Are Forever" 2:42 run time "For the Love of Him" 3:00
 

Dienst ist Dienst. Subseries 37.

Box 133, Folder 7

Eine Frau muss nur versteh'n. 1931.

Physical Description: orchestral part
 

Drei Tage Mittelarrest. Subseries 38.

Box 1, Folder 7

Der Soldat ist treu! marschlied. 1930.

Physical Description: sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Song from the film "Drei Tage Mittelarrest." Translated the march song title is "The Soldier is Loyal."
 

Enemy of Women. Subseries 39.

Box 4, Folder 6

Waltz-Time Rendezvous. circa 1944.

Physical Description: sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Song from the W.R. Frank Production "Enemy of Women" (1944). Alternate film title on sheet music "The Life and Love of Dr. Goebbels."
 

Far Country, The. Subseries 40. 1954.

Scope and Content Note

The Far Country, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1954, directed by Anthony Mann, and written by Borden Chase. The film starred Jimmy Stewart, Ruth Roman, Corinne Calvet, Walter Brennan, John McIntire, and Jay C. Flippen. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 153

Far Country, The. 1954.

 

Far Horizons. Subseries 41.

Box 143, Folder 11

Janey. ca.1955.

Physical Description: 12" sound disc

Scope and Content Note

Song from the film "The Far Horizons." Also includes song "Your Kiss" from the film "To Catch a Thief."

Additional Note

Includes sheet music for "Janey."
Box 80, Folder 18

Sound Recording.

Scope and Content

Publisher: Medallion Records; 12" sound disc.
Musical selections from the films: Battle at Apache Pass (1952), Walk the Proud Land (1956), Man Without a Star (1955), Bend of the River (1952), The Spoilers(1942), Days of the Badman (1958), The Tall Stranger (1957), Untamed Frontier (1952), The Oklahoman (1957), Four Guns to the Border (1954), and The Far Horizons (1955).
 

Female Animal, The. Subseries 43. 1958.

Scope and Content Note

The Female Animal, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1958, directed by Harry Keller, and written by Robert Hill and Albert Zugsmith. The film starred Hedy Lamarr, Jane Powell, Jan Sterling, George Nader, Jerry Paris, and Gregg Palmer. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 68

Female Animal, The.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 119

Female Animal, The. 1957.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

"Main Title," "Falling Star," "Very Exclusive," "Night Scum," "Beach at Night," "A Temperature," "Love in the Morning," "No Gigolo He," "Penny's Passion," "Telltale Spot," "Beloved Triangle," "He Loves Me," "Dampened Damsel," "Finis," "End Title."
 

Finders Keepers. Subseries 44. 1952.

Scope and Content Note

Finders Keepers, a Universal International Pictures production, was released in 1952 directed by Frederick De Cordova, and written by Richard Morris. The film starred Tom Ewell, Julie Adams, Evelyn Varden, Dusty Henley, and Harold Vermilyea. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 68

Conductor's Score.

Box 111

Cue no. 23, "Not My Boy". 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 111

Cue no. 26, "Tiger's Explanation". 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 111

Cue no. 27, "Kidnapped". 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 111

Cue no. 28, "Searching For Junior". 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 111

Cue no. 29, "Stakeout". 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 111

Cue no. 30, "Gunfighter". 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 111

Cue no. 31, "End Title". 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 116

Cue no. 16, "Sue's Ultimatum (Pt. 2)". 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 116

Cue no. 25, "Sue Is Gone". 1951.

Box 117

Cue no. 10, "Lettuce For Junior". 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 117

Cue no. 11, "Junior's Prayers". 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 117

Cue no. 12, "Ma's Fear". 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 117

Cue no. 127, "The Emperor's Mustache". 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 117

Cue no. 13, "Unwinding". 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 117

Cue no. 15, "Sue's Ultimatum (Pt.2)". 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 117

Cue no. 18, "Chasing Junior (Pt.2)". 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 117

Cue no. 20, "More Loot (Pt.1)". 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 117

Cue no. 21, "More Loot (Pt. 2)". 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 117

Cue no. 22, "Didn't Burn It". 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 117

Cue no. 23, "Molly Malone #3". 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 117

Cue no. 24/25, "Molly Malone". 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 117

Cue no. 26, "Snapshot of a Flirt". 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 117

Cue no. 28, "Canine Commandos". 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 117

Cue no. 29, "It's Time To Go". 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 117

Cue no. 30, "Alternate- End Title". 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 117

Cue no. 7, "Ma's Knitting Bag". 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 117

Cue no. 9, "Sue Fearful". 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 131

End Title.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Additional Note

on item: Finders Keepers: Reel 6 #2 - End Title. Flesh & Fury: Main title to Reel 4 Sue's Ultimatum.
Box 131

Finders Keepers.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Additional Note

on item: Reel 1 to Reel 4 Part 2
Box 157

Finders Keepers. 1952.

 

First Love. Subseries 45. 1939.

Scope and Content Note

First Love, a Universal Pictures production was released in 1939, directed by Henry Koster, written by Lionel Houser and Bruce Manning. The film starred Deanna Durbin, Robert Stack, Eugene Pallette, Helen Parrish, Lewis Howard, Leatrice Joy, and June Storey. The subseries includes manuscript music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 145, Folder 7

song "Spring in My Heart". 1939.

Physical Description: conductor's score with lyrics

Additional Note

2 copies.
 

5,000 Fingers of Dr. T, The. Subseries 46. 1953.

Scope and Content Note

The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T, a Columbia Pictures production was released in 1953, directed by Roy Rowland, and written by Dr. Seuss and Allan Scott. The film starred Peter Lind Hayes, Mary Healy, Hans Conried, Tommy Rettig, Jack Heasley, John Heasley, Robert Heasley, and George Chakiris. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 119

5000 Fingers of Dr. T..

Scope and Content Note

"Up and Down," "The Flower Pot- Chase," "Finding Mom," "Why, Why, Why," "Enter Dr. T." "Meeting the Twins," "Search and Chase," "After Mi," "Mrs. C. Freed," "Twins Death," "Get-Together Weather," "Hypnotic Duel," "Dungeon Shlim-Shlam," "Freckle on a Pigmy," "Roller Skating Waltz," "The Happy Fingers," "Butterfly Ballet," "The Grindstone," "You Opened My Eyes," " Many Questions," "Terwilliger's Do Re Mi," "Ten Happy Fingers," "Hypnotic Chant," "Butterfly Ballet," "End Title," "Kid's Song," "Money," "Dressing Song," "Dungeon Elevator," "I Will Not Get Involved," "Dungeon Shlim-Shlam," "Victory Procession," "Massage Opera."
 

Flesh and Fury. Subseries 47. 1952.

Scope and Content Note

Flesh and Fury, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1952, directed by Joseph Pevney, and written by William Alland and Bernard Gordon. The film starred Tony Curtis, Jan Sterling, Mona Freeman, Wallace Ford, Connie Gilchrist, Katherine Locke, and Harry Shannon. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 131

Finders Keepers & Flesh and Fury.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Additional Note

on item: Finders Keepers: Reel 5 #1 - End Title. Flesh & Fury: Reel 1 - Reel 6 #1.
Box 131

Finders Keepers & Flesh and Fury.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Additional Note

on item: Finders Keepers: Reel 4 (Chasing Jr.) to End Title. Flesh and Fury: Main Title - Reel 4 #2.
Box 131

Finders Keepers & Flesh and Fury.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Additional Note

on item: Finders Keepers: Reel 6 #2 - End Title. Flesh & Fury: Main title to Reel 4 Sue's Ultimatum.
Box 131

Reel 4 #3 - End title.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape
Box 68

Flesh & Fury.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 100

Flesh and Fury. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 11, "Down But Not Out."
Box 102

Flesh and Fury. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 17, "An End to Silence."
Box 102

Flesh and Fury. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 16, "Hearing Tests."
Box 102

Flesh and Fury. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 15, "A Woman Scorned."
Box 102

Flesh and Fury. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 14, "Jealousy."
Box 102

Flesh and Fury. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue nos. 12-13, "You're Beautiful."
Box 152

Flesh and Fury. 1952.

Box 162

Flesh and Fury. 1952.

 

For Love of Ivy. Subseries 48.

Box 142, Folder 4

For Love of Ivy. 1968.

Physical Description: 7" sound disc

Additional Note

Song from the film For Love of Ivy. Run time 2:54
 

Four Guns to the Border. Subseries 49. 1954.

Scope and Content Note

Four Guns to the Border, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1954, directed by Richard Carlson, and written by Louis L'Amour and George Van Marter. The film starred Rory Calhoun, Colleen Miller, George Nader, Walter Brennan, Nina Foch, John McIntire, and Charles Drake. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 130, Folder 11

Four Guns to the Border Prod. no. 1767. circa 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 3 "Fighting Pals" ; cue no. 4 "The Bhumer Girl" ; cue no. 6 "Bronco's Hot Seat" ; cue no. 13 "Lolly Rebellious" ; cue no. 14 "Cully's Back" ; cue no. 15 "Friends and Enemies" ; cue no. 16 "Fight on Schedule" ; cue no. 17 "Maggie Breaks It Up"
Box 131

Cues: 1A - 6C.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape
Box 131

Four Guns to the Border.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape
Box 80, Folder 18

Sound Recording.

Scope and Content

Publisher: Medallion Records; 12" sound disc. Recording title: Far Horizons The Western Film Scores of Hans J. Salter, 1942-1958
Musical selections from the films: Battle at Apache Pass (1952), Walk the Proud Land (1956), Man Without a Star (1955), Bend of the River (1952), The Spoilers(1942), Days of the Badman (1958), The Tall Stranger (1957), Untamed Frontier (1952), The Oklahoman (1957), Four Guns to the Border (1954), and The Far Horizons (1955).
Box 131

Four Guns to the Border.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape
Box 131

Four Guns to the Border.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Additional Note

on item: 1B - 6D.
Box 131

Four Guns to the Border & Golden Horde.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Additional Note

on item: Four Guns to the Border 7A - 9D. Golden Horde (1)R3 - (6)R5 (#1664).
Box 131

Four Guns to the Border & Golden Horde.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Additional Note

on item: 4 Guns to the Border 6D - 9D. Golden Horde (1)R3 - (3)R5.
Box 153

Four Guns to the Border. 1954.

Box 68

Four Guns to the Border. 1954 July 29.

Scope and Content Note

Cues also by Frank Skinner, Herman Stein and Henry Mancini.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
 

Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man. Subseries 50. 1943.

Scope and Content Note

Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man, a Universal Picture production was released in 1943, directed by Roy William Neill, and written by Curt Siodmak. The film starred Lon Chaney Jr., Ilona Massey, Bela Lugosi, Dennis Hoey, and Patric Knowles. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 1, Folder 10

Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man. 1943.

Physical Description: conductor's score photocopy

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 4 "Queen's Hospital"

Additional Note

Prod. no. 1279
Box 1, Folder 10

Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man. 1943.

Physical Description: conductor's score photocopy

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 1 "Main Title"

Additional Note

Prod. no. 1279
Box 1, Folder 10

Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man. 1943.

Physical Description: conductor's score photocopy

Scope and Content Note

cue "Graveyard"

Additional Note

Prod. no. 1279
Box 1, Folder 10

Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man. 1943.

Physical Description: conductor's score photocopy

Scope and Content Note

cue "First Transformation"

Additional Note

Prod. no. 1279
Box 1, Folder 10

Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man. 1943.

Physical Description: conductor's score photocopy

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 9 "Child Victim"

Additional Note

Prod. no. 1279
Box 80, Folder 16

Music for Frankenstein, Dracula, The Mummy, The Wolf Man, and Other Old Friends. 1941-1945.

Physical Description: 12" sound disc

Scope and Content Note

Music from the films The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942), The Wolf Man (1941, The House of Dracula (1945)and other films.

Additional Note

unopened.
Box 147, Folder 16

Assorted Cues. 1943.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 12 "Monster in Ice Block" ; cue no. 11 "Icy Cave" ; cue no. 9 "Child Victim" ; cue no. 7 "Off to Vasario" ; cue no. 6 "Looking for Maleva" ; cue no. 5 and 20 "First Transformation" cue no. 4 "Queen's Hospital" ; cue no. 3 "It's Holding Me" ; cue no. 2 "Graveyard" ; cue no. 1 "Main Title."

Additional Note

Prod. no. 1279
Box 147, Folder 16

cue no. 15 "Faro-La-Faro-Li (Gypsy Song)". 1943.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Additional Note

Prod. no. 1279. 3 copies.
Box 174

Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man. 1943.

 

Frenchie. Subseries 51. 1950.

Scope and Content Note

Frenchie, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1950, directed by Louis King, and written by Oscar Brodney. The film starred Joel McCrea, Shelley Winters, Paul Kelly, and Elsa Lanchester. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 108, Folder 9

Cue 8-17 "Accordion #2". 1950.

Physical Description: Conductor's score
Box 68

Frenchie. undated.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 100

Frenchie. 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 12, "Piano Can Can."
Box 103

Frenchie. 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Main title.
Box 103

Frenchie. 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 10, "Father's Grave."
Box 103

Frenchie. 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 3, "Accordiion #3."
Box 112

Frenchie. 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 4, "Frenchie's Equipment."
Box 112

Frenchie. 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 3, "Frenchie."
Box 112

Frenchie. 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 6, "Disarmed."
Box 112

Frenchie. 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 5, "Pete Lambert."
Box 113

Frenchie. 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 2, "Father Murdered."
Box 157

Frenchie. 1950.

Box 162

Frenchie. 1950.

 

Frontier Bad Man. Subseries 53. 1943.

Scope and Content Note

Frontier Bad Man, a Universal Pictures production was released in 1943, directed by Ford Beebe, written by Gerald Geraghty and Morgan Cox. The film starred by Robert Paige, Anne Gwynne, Noah Beery Jr., Diana Barrymore, Leo Carrillo, Andy Devine, Tex Ritter, and Lon Chaney Jr. The subseries includes manuscript music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 147, Folder 5

Frontier Bad Men Prod. no. 1319. 1943.

Physical Description: conductors scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 1 "Main Title" and cue no. 31 "End Title."
 

Gathering of Eagles, A. Subseries 55.

Box 4, Folder 5

Assorted Cues. 1962.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 2B "Carmody A.F.B."; cue no. 3A "Grand Tour"; cue no. 3B "The Titan"; cue no. 3C-4A "Green Flash Alert"; cue no. 8C "Surprise Encounter"; cue no. 7A "Aggravation"; cue no. 7B "Too Many Martinis"; cue no. 10B "Victoria's Plea"; cue no. 9B "Broken Date"; cue no. 9C-10A "Fowler's Accident"; cue no. 8E-9A "Making Up"; cue no. 8B "Discord"; cue no. 2A "Good News"; cue no. 8D "Japanese Source"; cue no. 8A "Fowler Fired"

Additional Note

Includes typed recording schedule for 17 December 1962. Prod. no. 1922
 

Georgy Girl. Subseries 56.

Box 142, Folder 6

Georgy Girl and When Stars Begin to Fall. 1966.

Physical Description: 7" sound disc

Scope and Content Note

Song from the film Georgy Girl.

Additional Note

run time "Georgy Girl" 2:20 run time "When Stars Begin to Fall" 3:09
 

Ghost of Frankenstein. Subseries 57. 1942.

Scope and Content Note

Ghost of Frankenstein, a Universal Pictures production was released in 1942, directed by Erle C. Kenton, and written by Scott Darling and Eric Taylor. The film starred Cedric Hardwicke, Bela Lugosi, Ralph Bellamy, Lionel Atwill, Evelyn Ankers, and Lon Chaney Jr. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 59

Ghost of Frankenstien.

Physical Description: 10" open reel audio tape
Box 59

Master Tape.

Physical Description: 10" open reel audio tape
Box 68

Ghost of Frankenstein.

Physical Description: Bound conductor's score
Box 80, Folder 15

The Complete Classic Film Score of The Ghost of Frankenstein. 1942.

Physical Description: 12" sound disc

Scope and Content Note

Music from the film The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942).

Additional Note

unopened.
Box 80, Folder 12

The Film Music of Hans J. Salter. 1946 and 1952.

Physical Description: 12" sound disc

Scope and Content Note

Music from the films The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942), Magnificent Doll (1946), Bend of the River (1952), Against All Flags (1952).

Additional Note

unopened.
 

Ghostbusters. Subseries 58.

Box 26

Ghostbusters. 1984.

Additional Note

Piano sheet music of the theme song from the film Ghostbusters.
 

Gloria. Subseries 59. 1931.

Scope and Content Note

Gloria, a Matador Film production was released in the US in 1931 through the distributor David Diamond. The German film was directed by Hans Behrendt, written by Georg C. Klaren and Franz Schulz, and starred Gustav Fr&#x00F6;hlich, Brigitte Helm, Rolf Drucker, Fritz Kampers, and Hugo Fischer-K&#x00F6;ppe. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 2, Folder 9

Ernst kam ein Walzer. 1931.

Physical Description: orchestral parts

Scope and Content Note

Musical parts include: Banjo, Harmonica, Piano, Saxophone, Violin, Trumpet, Clarinet, and Flute from the film "Gloria."
Box 3, Folder 4

Ernst kam ein Walzer. 1931.

Physical Description: orchestral parts

Scope and Content Note

Musical parts include: Banjo, Harmonica, Piano, Saxophone, Violin, Trumpet, Clarinet, and Flute from the film "Gloria."
Box 138, Folder 7

Ernst kam ein Walzer. 1931.

Physical Description: orchestral parts
 

Golden Horde, The. Subseries 60. 1951.

Scope and Content Note

The Golden Horde, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1951, directed by George Sherman, and written by Gerald Drayson Adams and Harold Lamb. The film starred Ann Blyth, David Farrar, George Macready, Henry Brandon, Howard Petrie, Richard Egan, and Marvin Miller. The Golden Horde of Genghis Khan was also an alternate title for the film. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 80, Folder 1

Assorted Cues. 1951.

Physical Description: 12" sound disc, outside 78 inside 33 RPM

Scope and Content Note

Music cues include "Passage Discovered" ; " Kettle Drums Bugle" ; "Juchi Killed."

Additional Note

2 sided.
Box 80, Folder 2

Assorted Cues. 1951 July 9.

Physical Description: 12" sound disc, outside 78 inside 33 RPM

Scope and Content Note

Music cues include "Raven Courier Killed" ; "The Khans Courier" "Palace Lute" ; "Lailee Eves Drops"

Additional Note

2 sided.
Box 80, Folder 3

Assorted Cues. 1951.

Physical Description: 12" sound disc, outside 78 inside 33 RPM

Scope and Content Note

Music cues include "Sir Guy's Love" ; "Princess Plots" ; "City of Death."

Additional Note

2 sided.
Box 80, Folder 4

Assorted Cues. 1951 July.

Physical Description: 12" sound disc, outside 78 RPM

Scope and Content Note

Music cues include "Main Title" "Tent Lute" "Drum Sweetener" "The Crusaders."

Additional Note

2 sided.
Box 80, Folder 5

Assorted Cues. 1951.

Physical Description: 12" sound disc, outside 78 RPM

Scope and Content Note

Music cues include "Protecting the Princess Pt. 2" ; "Princess Bargain" ; "End Title"

Additional Note

2 sided.
Box 80, Folder 6

Assorted Cues. 1951 July 2.

Physical Description: 12" sound disc, outside 78 inside 33 RPM

Scope and Content Note

Music cues include "Kalmucks Beaten Pt. 2" ; "Tugluck Killed" "Kettle Drums and bugle" ; "Khan's Arrival."

Additional Note

2 sided.
Box 80, Folder 7

Assorted Cues. 1951 July 2.

Physical Description: 12" sound disc, outside 78 RPM

Scope and Content Note

Music cues include "The Miracle" ; "Princess Kissed" ; "Executioner Tricked" ; "Khans Defeat."

Additional Note

2 sided.
Box 80, Folder 8

Assorted Cues. 1951 July 2.

Physical Description: 12" sound disc, outside 78 inside 33 RPM

Scope and Content Note

Music cues include "Kettle Drums" ; "Christian Battle" ; "Sir Guys Intro" ; "Shalimars Trick" ; "Kettle Drums and Bugle."

Additional Note

2 sided.
Box 80, Folder 9

Music cues "Stars Prophecy Orchestra and gong" and "Protecting the Princess Pt. 1". 1951 July 2.

Physical Description: 12" sound disc, outside 78 RPM

Additional Note

Prod. no. 1664 . 2 sided.
Box 110, Folder 1

Cue 2 "Kettle Drum & Bugle #1". 1951.

Physical Description: Conductor's score
Box 110, Folder 2

Cue 3 "Tent Lute". 1951.

Physical Description: Conductor's score
Box 131

The Golden Horde.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Additional Note

on item: 1/2 full. Track 2 Side 2.
Box 131

The Golden Horde.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape
Box 131

The Golden Horde & Four Guns to the Border.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Additional Note

on item: Golden Horde (4) R5 - R6 (1). Golden Horde (2) R6 - (3) R8 End title. Four Guns to the Border 1A.
Box 131

The Golden Horde & Walk the Proud Land.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Additional Note

on item: The Golden Horde (1) R6 - End title. Walk the Proud Land 3A - (1)4AX.
Box 80, Folder 10

The Golden Horde Prod. no. 1664 R. 7. 1951.

Physical Description: 12" sound disc, outside 78 inside 33 RPM

Scope and Content Note

Music cues include "Kalmuks Beaten" and "Barbarian Dance"

Additional Note

2 sided.
Box 80, Folder 11

The Golden Horde Prod. no. 1664. 1951 August 10.

Physical Description: 10" sound disc, outside 78 RPM

Scope and Content Note

Music cues include: "Redo-Main Title"
Box 69

Golden Horde, The.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 80, Folder 17

The Fantasy Film Music of Hans J. Salter. 1951-1954.

Physical Description: 12" sound disc

Scope and Content Note

Music from the film scores of The Golden Horde (1951), The Black Shield of Falworth (1954), and The Prince who was a Thief (1951).

Additional Note

disc in separate sleeve from original jacket.
 

Great Race, The. Subseries 61.

Box 142, Folder 12

The Sweetheart Tree. 1965.

Physical Description: 7" sound disc

Scope and Content Note

Song from the film The Great Race.
 

Hi, Good Lookin'. Subseries 62. 1944.

Scope and Content Note

Hi, Good Looking', a Universal Pictures production was released in 1944, dircted by Edward C. Lilley, and written by Eugene Conrad and Bradford Ropes. The film starred Harriet Hilliard, Eddie Quillan, Kirby Grant, Betty Kean, and Roscoe Karns. The subseries includes manuscript music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 147, Folder 7

cue no. 19 "Margherita". 1944.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Additional Note

Prod. no. 1359
 

Heaven with a Gun. Subseries 63.

Box 142, Folder 5

A Lonely Place. 1969.

Physical Description: 7" sound disc

Scope and Content Note

Song from the film Heaven with a Gun.
 

His Butler's Sister. Subseries 64. 1943.

Scope and Content Note

His Butler's Sister, a Universal Pictures production was released in 1943, directed by Frank Borzage, and written by Samuel Hoffenstein and Elizabeth Reinhardt. The film starred Deanna Durbin, Franchot Tone, Pat O'Brien, Akim Tamiroff, and Alan Mowbray. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 69

His Butler's Sister.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 103

His Butler's Sister.

Physical Description: conductor's score
 

Hitler. Subseries 65. 1962.

Scope and Content Note

Hitler, a Three Crown Productions Inc. film was released in 1962, directed by Stuart Heisler, and written by Sam Neuman and E. Charles Straus. The film starred Richard Basehart, Cordula Trantow, Maria Emo, John Mitchum, Celia Lovsky, and Martin Kosleck. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 15, Folder 3

cue no. 6B "Terror Montage". 1962.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 37, Folder 7

Hitler. circa 1962.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 8A
Box 59

Assorted Cues. 1961 December 11.

Physical Description: 10" open reel audio tape
Box 59

Assorted Cues. 1961 December 11.

Physical Description: 3 10" open reel audio tapes
Box 59

Master Tapes.

Physical Description: 2 10" open reel audio tapes
Box 80, Folder 20

Hitler Soundtrack. 1962.

Physical Description: 12" sound disc

Scope and Content Note

Original soundtrack from the film.

Additional Note

2 copies. unopened.
Box 114

Orchestral Parts.

Physical Description: orchestral parts
Box 116

Orchestra Parts.

Box 84

Hitler/A Modest Villa.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 84

Hitler/C.H..

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 84

Hitler/Cheap Melodramatics.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 84

Hitler/Conspiracy.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 84

Hitler/End Title.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 84

Hitler/Even You!.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 84

Hitler/Her Life or Mine.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 84

Hitler/Hindenburg Montage.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 84

Hitler/I Am Eva Brown.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 84

Hitler/Look At Me.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 84

Hitler/Main Title.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 84

Hitler/Rise to Power.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 84

Hitler/The Apartment.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 84

Hitler/The Berghof.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 84

Hitler/The Blitz.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 84

Hitler/The Old Guard.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 84

Hitler/The Purge.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 84

Hitler/The Putsch.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 84

Hitler/Torch Parade.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 84

Hitler/Unfriendly Visit.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 115

Hitler.

Physical Description: orchestral parts
Box 163

Hitler. 1962.

 

Hold Back the Night. Subseries 66.

Box 62

Assorted Cues. 1956 June 4.

Physical Description: 7 " open reel audio tape
Box 62

Assorted Cues. 1956 June 4.

Physical Description: 2 7 " open reel audio tapes
Box 63

Assorted Cues.

Physical Description: 3 7 " open reel audio tapes

Additional Note

Production no. 5603
 

Holzapfel Weiss Alles. Subseries 67. 1932.

Scope and Content Note

Holzapfel Weiss Alles, a Elite-Tonfilm-Produktion GmbH was released in the US in 1933 through the distributor Capitol Film Exchange, directed by Victor Janson, and written by Heinz Goldberg and Stephan Mihaly. The German film starred Felix Bressart, Gretl Theimer, Theodor Loos, Iv&#x00E1;n Petrovich, and Julius Falkenstein. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 133, Folder 7

Meine Liebe bluht alle Jahre auf's and Was man einer kleinen suben Frau ins Ohr sagt. 1932.

Physical Description: orchestral parts

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts for Violin and Piano. Both songs are from the film "Holzapfel Weiss Alles" (1932).
Box 2, Folder 10

Meine Liebe bluht alle Jahre auf's Nev. 1932.

Physical Description: orchestral parts

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts for Violin and Piano.
Box 138, Folder 16

Meine Liebe bluht alle Jahre. 1932.

Physical Description: Piano sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Song from film "Holzapfel weiss alles."
 

House of Frankenstein. Subseries 68. 1944.

Scope and Content Note

House of Frankenstein, a Universal Pictures production was released in 1944, directed by Erle C. Kenton, and written by Curt Siodmak and Edward T. Lowe Jr. The film starred Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney Jr., John Carradine, Anne Gwynne, Peter Coe, and Lionel Atwill. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 69

House of Frankenstein.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
 

Human Jungle, The. Subseries 69. 1954.

Scope and Content Note

The Human Jungle, a Allied Artist Pictures production was released in 1954, directed by Joseph M. Newman, and written by Daniel Fuchs and William Sackheim. An alternate US title for this film is The Police Story. The film starred Gary Merrill, Jan Sterling, Regis Toomey, Lamont Johnson, Patrick Waltz, Chuck Connors, and Paula Raymond. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 4, Folder 7

The Human Jungle. circa 1954.

Physical Description: orchestral parts

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts for Cue 9B "Dan Wraps It Up." Instrumentation for Piano, Harp, Violins, Viola, Cello, Bass, 1st Flute, 2nd Flute, Oboe, 1st Clarinet, 2nd Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Bassoon, 1st Horn, 2nd Horn, 3rd Horn, 1st Trumpet, 2nd Trumpet, 3rd Trumpet, 1st Trombone, 2nd Trombone, 3rd Trombone, Tuba, and Percussion.

Additional Note

All music has unidentifiable stamp "Fred Sternberg Librarian-Copyist."
Box 11, Folder 29

Score for cue 9A and sequence "Driggs Street Chase". 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 18, Folder 1

cue no. 9B "Dan Wraps It Up". 1954 August 9.

Physical Description: conductor's score 13 x 22
Box 18, Folder 2

Assorted Cues. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score 13 x 22

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 1B "Ready Geddes"; cue no. 1C "Brief Chief" ; cue no. 3A "Policeman's Ball" ; cue no. 2A "Radio Music" ; cue no. 4A "Night Raid"
Box 18, Folder 3

Assorted Cues. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score 13 x 22

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 7B "Kippers and Cops" ; cue no. 8A "Courtroom Montage" ; cue no. 7A "Strauss Does It" cue no. 8B "Apathetic Pat"
Box 18, Folder 3

Assorted Cues. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score 13 x 22

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 9A "Driggs Street Chase" cue no. 8C "Cops Plot" ; cue no. 1A "Main Title"
Box 140, Folder 7

Assorted Cues. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 1A "Main Title" ; cue no. 1B "Ready Geddes" ; cue no. 3A "Policeman's Ball" ; cue no. 4A "Night Raid" ; cue no. 8A "Courtroom Montage."
 

If a Man Answers. Subseries 70. 1962.

Scope and Content Note

If a Man Answers, a Ross Hunter and Universal International Pictures co-production was released in 1962, directed by Henry Levin, and written by Richard Morris and based on the novel by Winifred Wolfe. The film starred Sandra Dee, Bobby Darin, Micheline Presle, John Lund, Cesar Romero, Stefanie Powers, and Christopher Knight. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 59

Assorted Cues.

Physical Description: 2 10" open reel audio tapes
Box 61

Assorted Cues.

Physical Description: 10" open reel audio tape
Box 69

If a Man Answers.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 140, Folder 8

If A Man Answers Prod. no. 1920. 1962.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 1A "Main Title Pt. 1" ; cue no. 1B "Main Title Pt.2 ; cue no. 1C "Prologue Pt. 1 ; cue no. 1CC "Prologue Pt. 2 ; cue no. 1D Dating Game" ; cue no. 1E "Triple Play" ; cue no. 1F and 2A "Maman's Advice" ; cue no. 2B "Sky Scrapers" ; cue no. 2C "Slap Happy" ; cue no. 2D "Man Trap" ; cue no. 2E and 3A "French Dressing" ; cue no. 3B "In Like A Lioness"

Additional Note

Folder 1 of 3.
Box 140, Folder 9

If A Man Answers Prod. no. 1920. 1962.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 3D "Puritan Papa" ; cue no. 3E "The Facts of Wife" ; cue no. 3C "Day Dreaming" ; cue no. 3F and 4A "Maid to Order" ; cue no. 4B "Dance Source" ; cue no. 4C "Awake and Waiting" cue no. 4D "And So To Wed" ; cue no. 4E "Fancy Footwork" ; cue no. 5A "Tina Moves In" cue no. 5AA "Chef's Chargrin" ; cue no. 5B "The Book"

Additional Note

Folder 2 of 3.
Box 140, Folder 10

If A Man Answers Prod. no. 1920. 1962.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 6A "A Dog's Life" ; cue no. 6C "Loose Leash" ; cue no. 6B "Praising Your Pet" ; cue no. 6D "Jerking the Jerk" ; cue no. 6E and 7A "Tina's Back" ; cue no. 7B "Tina's Troubles" cue no. 7C "Leash Breaker" ; cue no. 8A Swan Song ; cue no. 8B and 9A "Phone Calls and Flowers" ; cue no.9AA "Everything's Rosey" ; cue no. 9B "Swan Too Many" ; cue no. 9C and 10A "Supper with Swan" ; cue no. 10B "Maman's Myth Taken" ; cue no. 11A "Swan Wright" ; cue no. 11B "No Eve For Adam" ; cue no. 11C "Kennel Capers" ; cue no. 11D "End Title."

Additional Note

Folder 3 of 3.
 

Incredible Shrinking Man. 1957.

Box 80, Folder 14

Sound Recording. 1957.

Scope and Content

From the sound recording, "The Classic Horror Music of Hans J. Salter 1954-1957."
 

Innocent Affair, An. Subseries 71. 1948.

Scope and Content Note

An Innocent Affair, a James Nasser Productions Inc. film was released in 1948, directed by Lloyd Bacon, and written by Lou Breslow and Joseph Hoffman. A later alternate title for the film when it was reissued was Don't Trust Your Husband. The film starred Fred MacMurray, Madeleine Carroll, Charles 'Buddy' Rogers, Rita Johnson, Louise Allbritton, and Alan Mowbray. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 68

Innocent Affair, An.

Additional Note

Also known as, "Don't Trust Your Husband" and "Under Suspicion" when reissued in the U.S. Bound conductor's score.
Box 69

Innocent Affair, An.

Additional Note

Also known as, "Don't Trust Your Husband" and "Under Suspicion" when reissued in the U.S. Bound conductor's score.
Box 162

Innocent Affair, An. 1948.

 

Invisible Agent. Subseries 72. 1942.

Scope and Content Note

Invisible Agent, a Universal Pictures and Frank Lloyd Productions film was released in 1942, directed by Edwin L. Marin, and written by Curt Siodmak and loosely based on the novel The Invisible Man by H.G. Wells. The film starred Ilona Massey, Jon Hall, Peter Lorre, Cedric Hardwicke, and J. Edward Bromberg. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 147, Folder 9

Assorted Cues. 1942.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 1 "Main Title" ; cue no. 2 "Pearl Harbor Montage" ; cue no. 4 and 15 "Arrival in Berlin" ; cue no. 5 "Strange Meeting" ; cue no. 6 "Cigarette Lighter" ; cue no. 7 "Champagne Cocktails" ; cue no. 8 "The Chicken Leg" ; cue no. 9 "Carl's Bewilderment" ; cue no. 10 "Dinner is Served" ; cue no. 11 "The Transformation" ; cue no. 12 "Conrad's Arrival" ; cue no. 13 "Setting the Trap" ; cue no. 14 "Into the Trap" ; cue no. 17 "Caught in the Net" ; cue no. 18 "Jap Embassy" ; cue no. 21 "Hari Kari" cue no. 23 "End Title."

Additional Note

Prod. no. 1236
Box 69

Invisible Agent.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
 

It Started with Eve. Subseries 74. 1941.

Scope and Content Note

It Started with Eve, a Universal Pictures production was released in 1941, directed by Henry Koster, and written by Hanns Kr&#x00E4;ly and Norman Krasna. The film starred Deanna Durbin, Charles Laughton, Robert Cummings, Guy Kibbee, Margaret Tallichet, Catherine Doucet, Walter Catlett, Charles Coleman, and Leonard Elliott. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 69

It Started With Eve.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
 

Karneval der Liebe. Subseries 75. 1934.

Scope and Content Note

Karneval der Liebe, a Pan-Film KG Wien production was released internationally in 1934. The German film was directed and written by Carl Lamac, and starred Hermann Thimig, Lien Deyers, Mimo von Delly, Hans Moser, and Ingeborg Grahn. Translated into English the title is Carnival of Love. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 1, Folder 9

Es gibt viel entzuckend schone Frauen!. 1934.

Physical Description: sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Song from the film "Karneval und Liebe."
Box 1, Folder 9

Es Singen die Geigen Lied und English Waltz. 1934.

Physical Description: orchestral parts

Scope and Content Note

Song from the film "Karneval und Liebe".
Box 1, Folder 9

Heut' geh' ich einmal auf's Ganze!. 1934.

Physical Description: sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Song from the film "Karneval und Liebe."
Box 4, Folder 2

Songs from film Karneval der Liebe. 1934.

Physical Description: sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Songs from the film Karneval der Liebe including Es singen die Geigen Lied und English Waltz, Es gibt soviel entzuckend schone Frauen, Heut' geh'ich einmal auf's Ganze!, Tausend und einen Tango.
Box 6, Folder 8

Serenade. 1934.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

Song from the film Karneval der Liebe.
Box 133, Folder 7

Es gibt viel entzuckend schone Frauen!. 1934.

Physical Description: sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Song from the film "Karneval und Liebe."
 

Katharina die Lezte. Subseries 76. 1936.

Scope and Content Note

Katharina, die Lezte, a Universal Pictures production was released in 1936, directed by Henry Koster, written by Felix Jackson, and based on the novel Alexander Hunyady. The film starred Franciska Gaal, Hans Holt, Hans Olden, Otto Wallburg, Dorothy Poole, and Eduard Linkers. The English literal translation of the US release title is Catherine the Last. The subseries includes manuscript manuscript music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 138, Folder 9

[Auztritt] Katharina. circa 1936.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

Song from film Katharina die Lezte. Title illegible.
Box 138, Folder 12

Untitled song. undated.

Physical Description: conductor's score
 

Killer That Stalked New York. Subseries 78. 1950.

Scope and Content Note

The Killer That Stalked New York, a Robert Cohn Productions was released in 1950, directed by Earl McEvoy, written by Harry Essex, and based on a Colliers Magazine article by Milton Lehman. Frightened City was an alternate and copyright title for this film. The film starred Evelyn Keyes, Charles Korvin, William Bishop, and Dorothy Malone. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 73

Frightened City, The.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
 

Kiss of Fire. Subseries 79. 1955.

Scope and Content Note

Kiss of Fire, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1955, directed by Joseph M. Newman, and written by Franklin Coen and Richard Collins. The film starred Jack Palance, Barbara Rush, Rex Reason, Martha Hyer, and Leslie Bradley. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 44

Conductor's Scores.

Box 44

Conductor's Scores.

 

Kuss Im Schnee. Subseries 80. undated.

Scope and Content Note

No information found on this German film title. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 3, Folder 3

Beim Ersten Tango. 1935.

Physical Description: sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Song from the film "Kuss Im Schnee."
Box 138, Folder 7

Beim Ersten Tango. 1935.

Physical Description: piano sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Song from the film "Kuss Im Schnee."
 

Lady Godiva of Coventry. Subseries 82. 1955.

Scope and Content Note

Lady Godiva of Coventry, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1955, directed by Arthur Lubin, and written by Oscar Brodney. The film starred Maureen O'Hara, George Nader, Victor McLaglen, Rex Reason, Torin Thatcher, and Eduard Franz. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 118

Lady Godiva of Coventry. 1955.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

"Main Title," "Lord Leofric," "No Vapors," "Secret Wedding," "Grand Entrance," "First Troubles," "Godiva and Her People," "No Privacy," "Prohibition Fails," "Leofric's Honor," "Leofric Rages," "Saxon's Trap," "End Title," "End Cast."
 

Land Unknown, The. Subseries 83. 1957.

Scope and Content Note

The Land Unknown, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1957, directed by Virgil W. Vogel, and written by Charles Palmer and William N. Robson. The film starred Jock Mahoney, Shirley Patterson, William Reynolds, Henry Brandon, and Douglas Kennedy. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 71

Land Unknown, The.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 118

Land Unknown, The. 1957.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

"Futile Flare," Something Awful," "Am-scray" "Only Human," "Completely Furnished," "Caveman Tactics," "Fire and Fall Back," "Hot Fight," "Triple Cross."
 

Laramie. Subseries 84.

Box 31

Laramie. circa 1959.

Additional Note

Piano sheet music of the television series Laramie (1959-1963).
 

Law and Mr. Jones, The. Subseries 85. 1960-1962.

Box 18, Folder 6

Assorted Cues. 1961 January.

Physical Description: conductor's score, 11x17

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 4133 "On the Roof" ; cue no. 4113 "Mayhem" ; cue no. 4129 "Grotesque"; cue no. 4111 "A Shady Deal"; cue no. 4145 "Black and White" ; cue no. 4156 "Dark Promise"; cue no. 4160 "The Truth" ; cue no. 4163 "Good Example"
Box 18, Folder 7

Assorted Cues. 1961 January.

Physical Description: conductor's score, 11x17

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 4127 "Asphalt in the Rain" ; cue no. 4127 "A Study in Orange" ; cue no. 4161 "The Road Back" ; cue no. 41000 and 4109 "Billboard" ; cue no. "n-4104 "Main Title Revised" ; cue no. 4102 "Play on #1" ; cue no. 4103 "Playoff #1" ; cue no. 4104 "Playon #2" ; cue no. 4105 "Sincerely Yours" ; cue no. 4106 "Tag Opening" ; cue no. 4107 "Tag Ending" ; cue no. N-4108 "End Credits Revised" ; cue no. 4112 "Marsha" ; cue no. 4114 "Lesson in Democracy" ; cue no. 4115 "Dramatic Bridges" ; cue no. 4116 "Two Pigeons" ; cue no. 4117 "Three Pigeons" ; cue no. 4118 "C.E."
Box 18, Folder 8

Assorted Cues. 1960-1962.

Physical Description: conductor's score, 11x17

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 4119 "Neutral Bridge" ; cue no. 4120 "Brute Force" ; cue no. 4121 "Courtroom Revisited"; cue no.4122 "Play off #3" ; cue no. 4123 "Looking For Mr. Jones" ; cue no. 4124 "Playoff #4" cue no. 4125 "The Deserter" ; cue no. 4126 "Hostile Crowd" ; cue no. 4128 "Not Wanted" ; cue no. 4130 " The Yellow Light" ; cue no. 4131 "The Law" ; cue no. 4132 "Size Ten"
Box 156

The Law and Mr. Jones. 1960-1962.

Physical Description: manuscript
 

Little Tough Guy. Subseries 87. 1938.

Scope and Content Note

Little Tough Guy, a Universal Pictures production was released in 1938, directed by Harold Young, and written by Gilson Brown and Brenda Weisberg. The film starred Robert Wilcox, Helen Parrish, Marjorie Main, Jackie Searl, Peggy Stewart, and Helen MacKellar. The subseries includes manuscript manuscript music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 145, Folder 6

Assorted Cues. 1938.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 11 "In Despair" ; cue no. 3 "Poor Family" ; cue no. 4 "The Arrest."

Additional Note

Prod. 917
 

Lost in Space. Subseries 88. 1965-1968.

Scope and Content Note

Lost in Space, a 20th Century Fox Television production aired on CBS from 1965-1968 and was created by Irwin Allen. The series starred June Lockhart, Mark Goddard, Marta Kristen, Bill Mumy, Angela Cartwright, Guy Williams, Jonathan Harris, Bob May, and Dick Tufeld. The subseries includes manuscript manuscript music written for the television series including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 12, Folder 7

Cue 17 "Judy's Discovery". circa 1956.

Physical Description: conductor's score, photocopy

Additional Note

Prod. no. 8502
Box 140, Folder 5

Cue "Filmy Spiderweb". 1965-1968.

Physical Description: conductor's scores
 

Lost Weekend. Subseries 89.

Box 31

Lost Weekend, The. 1945.

Additional Note

Printed conductor's score.
 

Louisiana Story.

Box 61

Sound Recording.

Scope and Content

Composer: Virgil Thompson
10" open reel audio tape
 

Love from a Stranger. Subseries 90. 1947.

Scope and Content Note

Love from a Stranger, a Bryan Foy production was released in 1947, directed by Richard Whorf, and based on a play by Frank Vosper which was also based on the short story Philomel Cottage by Agatha Christie. This was also a remake of a 1937 production of the same title. The 1947 film starred John Hodiak, Sylvia Sidney, Ann Richards, John Howard, Isobel Elsom, and Ernest Cossart. The alternate UK title for this film was A Stranger Walked In. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 70

Love From a Stranger.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
 

Lover Come Back. Subseries 91. 1946.

Scope and Content Note

Lover Come Back, a Universal Pictures production was released in 1946, directed by William A. Seiter, and written by Michael Fessier and Ernest Pagano. The film starred George Brent, Lucille Ball, Vera Zorina, Charles Winninger, Carl Esmond, and Raymond Walburn. An alternate title for the film when it was reissued in the US was When Lovers Meet. This film is not connected in anyway to the later film of the same title Lover Come Back (1961). The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 77

Lover Come Back.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
 

Magnificent Doll. Subseries 92. 1946.

Scope and Content Note

Magnificent Doll, a Hallmark Productions film was released in 1946, directed by Frank Borzage, and written by Irving Stone. The film starred Ginger Rogers, David Niven, Burgess Meredith, Peggy Wood, Stephen McNally, and Robert Barrat. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 61

Assorted Cues.

Physical Description: 10" open reel audio tape

Additional Note

On box, "first 4 sides transfer."
Box 62

Assorted Cues.

Physical Description: 7" open reel audio tape
Box 63

Assorted Cues.

Physical Description: 1 7" open reel audio tape
Box 63

Out Takes.

Physical Description: 7 " open reel audio tape
Box 64

Unidentified Contents.

Physical Description: sound cassette
Box 143, Folder 2

Magnificent Doll Pt. 2. 1946 November 3.

Physical Description: 12" 78 RPM

Scope and Content Note

Symphony Recordings of music for film Magnificent Doll (1946).
Box 74

Magnificent Doll.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 80, Folder 12

Sound Recording.

Scope and Content

Music from the films The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942), Magnificent Doll (1946), Bend of the River (1952), Against All Flags (1952).

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

12" sound disc
 

Man in the Net, The. Subseries 93. 1959.

Scope and Content Note

The Man in the Net, a Jaguar Productions and the Mirisch Corporation film was released in 1959, directed by Michael Curtiz, and written by Reginald Rose and Hugh Wheeler. The film starred Alan Ladd, Carolyn Jones, Diane Brewster, John Lupton, Charles McGraw, Tom Helmore, and Betty Lou Holland. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 16, Folder 6

cue no. 9D "Timmy Spills the Beans," cue no. 9B "Emily's Mission". circa 1959.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 17, Folder 1

cue no. 10C "End Title" ; cue no. 6A "A Frame Up" ; " cue no. 9C "Testing". circa 1959.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 17, Folder 2

cue no. 6B "Caught in the Net" and cue no. 10A "It's Brad". circa 1959.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 17, Folder 3

cue no. 1B "Angels in the Woods" ; cue no. 1A "Main Title" ; cue no. 3B "Leading Citizens". circa 1959.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 37, Folder 4

cue no. 2B "Vicky's Party". circa 1959.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 63

Assorted Cues.

Physical Description: 2 7 " open reel audio tapes

Additional Note

Production no. 6400.
Box 148, Folder 5

Assorted Cues. 1959.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 2A "Linda" ; cue no. 7A "Pretty Bracelet" ; cue no. 8B "Operation Leroy" ; cue no. 8A "All the Kids."

Additional Note

Corresponding orchestral parts in box 17
Box 160

Man in the Net, The. 1959.

Box 164

Score and Parts. 1959.

Box 165

Man in the Net, The. 1959.

 

Man-Eater of Kumaon. Subseries 94. 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Man-Eater of Kumaon, a Shaff Productions film was released in 1948, directed by Byron Haskin, written by Jeanne Bartlett , and based on the novel written by Jim Corbett. The film starred Sabu, Wendell Corey, Joy Page, Morris Carnovsky, Jimmy Moss, and Argentina Brunetti. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 1, Folder 1

Assorted Cues. circa 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no.1 and sequence no. 1A "Main Title" ; cue no. 2-3 and sequence no. 1B "Jungle" ; cue no. 5 and sequence no. 2A "Wounded Tiger."
Box 1, Folder 2

Assorted Cues. circa 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 13 and sequence no. 4B "Doctor Returns"; cue no. 7 and sequence no. 2C "First Victim" ; cue no. 14 and sequence no. 4C; cue no. 18 and sequence no. 5AA1.
Box 1, Folder 3

Assorted Cues. circa 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 16 and sequence 4D "Crisis Passed"; cue no. 15 and sequence no. 4C1 "How is Lali?"; cue no. 19 and sequence no. 5A "Poor Lali"; cue no. 21 and 25 sequence no. 6C-6AA "Panther Dead" ; cue no. 22 and sequence 6D "Guilt"; cue no. 23 and sequence no. 6C "Tiger Caught."
Box 1, Folder 4

Assorted Cues. circa 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 32 and 34 sequence no. 8C "Nightmare"; cue no. 35 sequence no. 8C1 "Collin's Story"; cue no. 41 and sequence and sequence 9E "Last Attack,"
Box 1, Folder 5

Assorted Cues. circa 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

sequence 5AA1 "Nice Boy"; sequence 2D "The Phantom"; sequence 3AA "On the Trail"; sequence 3B "A Young Friend"; . Includes instrumental breakdown chart.
Box 2, Folder 1

Man-eater of Kumaon. 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 32 and 34 "Nightmare" (5 copies); cue no. 35 "Collin's Story" (4 copies); cue no. 36 and 37 "The Moon" (4 copies); cue no. 38 "Ganga Ram" (4 copies).
Box 2, Folder 2

Man-eater of Kumaon. 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 39 "Human Bait" (4 copies); cue no. 40 "Sacrifice" (4 copies); cue no. 41 "Last Attack" (4 copies); cue no. 42 and 43 "End Title and Cast" (2 copies); cue no. 31 "Waiting for Ram" (4 copies); cue no. 30 "Elegy" (1 copy)
Box 7, Folder 1

Maneaters. circa 1948.

Physical Description: 9 1/2 x 13 sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts for Cues 1 and 9F. Instrumentation for Violins, Celesta, Piano, Harp, Violas, Cello, Bass, 1st Flute, 2nd Flute, Oboe, English Horn, 1st Clarinet, 2nd Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Bassoon, 1st Horn, 2nd Horn, 3rd Horn, 1st Trumpet, 2nd Trumpet, 3rd Trumpet, 1st Trombone, 2nd Trombone, 3rd Trombone, Tuba, Tympani, and Bells.
Box 7, Folder 2

Maneaters. circa 1948.

Physical Description: 9 1/2 x 13 sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts for Cues 15 and 3B. Instrumentation for Piano, Harp, Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Flute, 1st Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Bassoon, and Horn.
Box 7, Folder 3

Maneaters. circa 1948.

Physical Description: 9 1/2 x 13 sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts for Cues 14 and 4CI. Instrumentation for Piano, Harp, Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Flute, Oboe, 1st Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Bassoon, and Horn.
Box 7, Folder 4

Maneaters. circa 1948.

Physical Description: 9 1/2 x 13 sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts for Cues 13 and 4B. Instrumentation for Piano, Harp, Violins, Viola, Cello, Bass, Clarinet, 2nd Clarinet, and Timpani.
Box 7, Folder 5

Maneaters. circa 1948.

Physical Description: 9 1/2 x 13 sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts for Cues 12 and 5AAI. Instrumentation for Harp, Violins, Viola, Cello, Bass, Flute, Oboe, English Horn, 1st Clarinet 2nd Clarinet, 3rd Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Bassoon, and Horn.
Box 7, Folder 6

Maneaters. circa 1948.

Physical Description: 9 1/2 x 13 sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts for Cues 11 and 8B. Instrumentation for Piano, Harp, Violins, Viola, Cello, Bass, Flute, Oboe, English Horn, 1st Clarinet, 2nd Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Bassoon, Horn. Includes onion skin of Violin part.
Box 7, Folder 7

Maneaters. circa 1948.

Physical Description: 9 1/2 x 13 sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts for Cues 10 and 3A. Instrumentation for Piano, Celesta, Harp, Violins, Violas, Cello, Bassoon, 1st Flute, Oboe, 1sr Clarinet, 2nd Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Horn, Timpani, and Vibra. Includes onion skin of Violin part.

Additional Note

All music has unidentifiable stamp "Fred Sternberg Librarian-Copyist."
Box 7, Folder 8

Maneaters. circa 1948.

Physical Description: 9 1/2 x 13 sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts for cues 9 and 7C. Instrumentation for Piano, Harp, Violins, Viola, Cello, Bass, 1st Flute, 2nd Flute, Oboe, 1st Clarinet, 2nd Clarinet, 3rd Clarinet, Bassoon, 1st Horn, 2nd Horn, Gong, and Timpani. Includes onion skin of Violin part.
Box 7, Folder 9

Maneaters. circa 1948.

Physical Description: 9 1/2 x 13 sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts for cues 5 and 9E. Instrumentation for Piano, Harp, Violins, Violas, Cello, Bass, 2nd Flute (Piccolo and Alto Flute), 1st Flute, 1st Oboe, 2nd Oboe, English Horn, 1st Clarinet, 2nd Clarinet, 3rd Clarinet, Bassoon, 1st Horn, 2nd Horn, 3rd Horn, 1st Trumpet, 2nd Trumpet, 3rd Trumpet, 1st Trombone, 2nd Trombone, Bass Trombone, Tuba, Timpani, and Drums. Includes onion skin Violin part.
Box 7, Folder 10

Maneaters. circa 1948.

Physical Description: 9 1/2 x 13 sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts for cues 4 and 9D. Instrumentation for Piano, Harp, Violins, Viola, Cello, Bass, 1st Flute, 2nd Flute, Oboe, English Horn, 1st Clarinet, 2nd Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Bassoon, 1st Horn, 2nd Horn, 3rd Horn, 1st Trumpet, 2nd Trumpet, 3rd Trumpet, 1st Trombone, 2nd Trombone, 3rd Trombone, Tuba, and Percussion. Includes onion skin Violin and Viola parts.
Box 9, Folder 5

Maneaters. circa 1948.

Physical Description: 9 1/2 x 13 sheet music

Scope and Content Note

music cues for 7 and 7D. Instrumentation for Piano, Harp, Violins, Viola, Cello, Bass, 1st Flute, 2nd Flute, Oboe, 1st Clarinet, 2nd Clarinet, 3rd Clarinet, Bassoon, 1st Horn, 2nd Horn, 3rd Horn, Timpani, and Drums. Includes onion skin Violin and Viola parts.
Box 9, Folder 6

Maneaters. circa 1948.

Physical Description: 9 1/2 x 13 sheet music

Scope and Content Note

orchestral parts for music cues 8 and 2A. Instrumentation for Piano, Harp, Novachord, Violins, Violas, Cello, Bass, Oboe, 1st Clarinet, 2nd Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Bassoon, 1st Horn, 2nd Horn, 3rd Horn, and Percussion. Includes onion skin parts for Violins and Violas.
Box 9, Folder 6

Maneaters. circa 1948.

Physical Description: 9 1/2 x 13 sheet music

Scope and Content Note

orchestral parts for music cues 8 and 2A. Instrumentation for Piano, Harp, Novachord, Violins, Violas, Cello, Bass, Oboe, 1st Clarinet, 2nd Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Bassoon, 1st Horn, 2nd Horn, 3rd Horn, and Percussion. Includes onion skin of Violin and Percussion parts.
Box 9, Folder 7

Maneaters. circa 1948.

Physical Description: 9 1/2 x 13 sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts for Cues 3B. Instrumentation for Piano, Harp, Violins, Violas, Cello, Bass, Bassoon, Flute, 1st Clarinet, 2nd Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, and Horn. Includes handwritten instrumental breakdown chart. Includes onion skin of Violin part.

Additional Note

All music has unidentifiable stamp "Fred Sternberg Librarian-Copyist."
Box 9, Folder 8

Maneaters. circa 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 1 "Main Title."

Additional Note

4 copies. 1 copy on onion skin.
Box 9, Folder 9

Maneaters. circa 1948.

Physical Description: 9 1/2 x 13 sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts for music cues 3, 4, 6C, and 6AA. Instrumentation for Piano, Harp, Novachord, Violins, Viola, Cello, Bass, 1st Flute, 2nd Flute, English Horn, 1st Clarinet, 2nd Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Bassoon, 1st Horn, 2nd Horn, 3rd Horn, Timpani, Gong, and Bass Drum.
Box 10, Folder 1

Maneaters. circa 1948.

Physical Description: sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts for Cues 1,2, 1C, 2B. Instrumentation for Novachord, Harp, Violins, Violas, Cello, 1st Flute, Oboe, English Horn, 1st Clarinet, 2nd Clarinet, 3rd Clarinet, Bass Clarinet,Bassoon, 1st Horn, 2nd Horn, 3rd Horn, Timpani, and Vibraphone.

Additional Note

All music has unidentifiable stamp "Fred Sternberg Librarian-Copyist."
Box 10, Folder 1

Maneaters. circa 1948.

Physical Description: onion skin

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts for Cue 1C. Instrumentation for Violas and Violins.

Additional Note

music stamped with unidentifiable stamp and "Fred Sternberg Librarian-Copyist."
Box 10, Folder 2

Maneaters. circa 1948.

Physical Description: onion skin

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts for Cue 2D. Instrumentation for Violins.
Box 10, Folder 2

Maneaters. circa 1948.

Physical Description: 9 1/2 x 13 sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts for Cues 5 and 2E. Instrumentation for Piano, Harp, Novachord, Violins, Violas, Cello, Bass, 1st Flute, 2nd Flute, Oboe, English Horn, 1st Clarinet, 2nd Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Bassoon, 1st Horn, 2nd Horn, 3rd Horn, and Drums.
Box 10, Folder 3

Maneaters. circa 1948.

Physical Description: onion skin

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts for Cue 1B. Instrumentation for Violas and Violins.
Box 10, Folder 3

Maneaters. circa 1948.

Physical Description: 9 1/2 x 13 sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts for Cues 6 and 1B. Instrumentation for Piano, Violins, Violas, Cello, Bass, 1st Flute, 2nd Flute, Oboe, English Horn, 1st Clarinet, 2nd Clarinet, Bassoon, 1st Horn, 2nd Horn, 3rd Horn, Timpani, and Drums.
Box 12, Folder 1

cue no. 8B "Waiting for Ram". circa 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 14, Folder 8

music cue 7D "Dawn". 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's score 22 1/2 x 13 1/2

Additional Note

Corresponding orchestral parts are in box 9.
Box 14, Folder 10

music cue: 9E "Last Attack". 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's score 22 1/2 x 13 1/2
Box 16, Folder 2

music cues 2B and 1C "Malaria" and 3C "The Village". 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's score 12 x 14
Box 16, Folder 3

Assorted Cues. 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's score 12 x 14

Scope and Content Note

music cues 4A "Lali Saved," 4AA "Lali Attacked," 5AA "Pug Marks," 5B "Candles," 7A "Doctor Meets Lali."
Box 16, Folder 4

Assorted Cues. 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's score 12 x 14

Scope and Content Note

music cues 6B "Night," 7B "Tiger Attacks," 8B "Waiting for Ram," 8A "Elegy," 7D "Dawn," 7C "Sunrise," 8D-9A "The Moon," 9B "Ganga Ram."
Box 16, Folder 5

Assorted Cues. 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's score 12 x 14

Scope and Content Note

music cues 9C "Human Bait," 9D "Sacrifice," 4D "Crisis Passed," 2E "Leaving Hospital," 3a "Panwah."
Box 19, Folder 4

Maneaters. 1948.

Physical Description: orchestral parts

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 7B full orchestra.
Box 19, Folder 5

Maneaters. 1948.

Physical Description: orchestral parts

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 8B Instrumentation for piano, bass, bassoon, bass clarinet, and b flat clarinet.
Box 19, Folder 8

Maneaters. 1948.

Physical Description: orchestral parts

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 9D full orchestra.
Box 20, Folder 4

Maneaters. 1948.

Physical Description: orchestral parts

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 5A "Poor Lali" full orchestra.
Box 20, Folder 5

cue 5A "Poor Lali". 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts in box 20 folder 4.
Box 21, Folder 1

Maneaters. 1948.

Physical Description: orchestral parts

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 1A full orchestra.
Box 21, Folder 2

Maneaters. 1948.

Physical Description: orchestral parts

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 8C full orchestra.
Box 21, Folder 3

Maneaters. 1948.

Physical Description: orchestral parts

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 9B full orchestra.
Box 21, Folder 4

Maneaters. 1948.

Physical Description: orchestral parts

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 5A1 full orchestra.
Box 21, Folder 5

Maneaters. 1948.

Physical Description: orchestral parts

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 3AA full orchestra
Box 21, Folder 5

Maneaters. 1948.

Physical Description: orchestral parts

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 3AA full orchestra
Box 21, Folder 6

Maneaters. 1948.

Physical Description: orchestral parts

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 7A full orchestra.
Box 22, Folder 1

Maneaters. 1948.

Physical Description: orchestral parts

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 3C full orchestra.
Box 22, Folder 2

Maneaters. 1948.

Physical Description: orchestral parts

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 4A full orchestra.
Box 22, Folder 3

Maneaters. 1948.

Physical Description: orchestral parts

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 8A full orchestra.
Box 22, Folder 4

Maneaters. 1948.

Physical Description: orchestral parts

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 4D NEW full orchestra.
Box 24

Conductor's Score and Parts.

Box 24

Conductor's Scores and Parts.

Box 25

Conductor's Score and Parts.

Box 70

Maneaters.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 72

Maneaters.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 128, Folder 1

cue no. 3B "A Young Friend". 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's scores
Box 128, Folder 2

cue no. 4A "Lali Saved" and cue no. 8C "Nightmare". 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Additional Note

Corresponding orchestral parts in box 21.
Box 128, Folder 3

Assorted Cues. 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 9B "Ganga Ram"; cue no. 5A1 "Nice Boy" ; cue no. 3AA "On the Trail" ; cue no. 7A "Doctor Meets Lali."

Additional Note

Corresponding orchestral parts in box 21.
Box 132, Folder 1

Assorted Cues. 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 3C "The Village"; cue no. 4D "Crisis Passed" ; cue no. 8A "Elegy."

Additional Note

Coordinating orchestral parts in box 22.
Box 132, Folder 2

cue no. 2E "Leaving Hospital" and cue no. 1C "Malaria". 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Additional Note

Corresponding orchestral parts in box 10.
Box 132, Folder 3

cue no. 1B "Jungle". 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Additional Note

Corresponding orchestral parts in box 10.
Box 132, Folder 4

cue no. 6A "Tanter Dead". 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 132, Folder 5

cue no. 2A "Wounded Tiger". 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Additional Note

Corresponding orchestral parts in box 9.
Box 139, Folder 1

cue no. 9D "Sacrifice". 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Additional Note

Corresponding orchestral parts in box 7.
Box 139, Folder 2

cue no. 7C "sunrise". 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Additional Note

Corresponding orchestral parts in box 7.
Box 139, Folder 3

cue no. 3A "Panwah". 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Additional Note

Corresponding orchestral parts in box 7.
Box 139, Folder 4

cue no. 4C1 "How is Lali?" and cue no. 4B "Doctor Returns". 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Additional Note

Corresponding orchestral parts in box 7.
Box 139, Folder 4

cue no. 5AA1 "Grave News" and cue no. 8B "Waiting for Ram". 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Additional Note

Corresponding orchestral parts in box 7.
Box 147, Folder 18

Maneaters. 1948.

Physical Description: orchestral parts

Scope and Content Note

harp part: cue no. 8C1 ; piano part: cue no. 8C1
Box 148, Folder 1

cue no. 6C "Tiger Attacks". 1948.

Physical Description: conductor's score
 

Man Made Monster. Subseries 95. 1941.

Scope and Content Note

Man Made Monster, a Universal Pictures production was released in 1941, directed by George Waggner, written by Harry Essex and Sid Schwartz. Alternate titles for this film include Atomic Monster, Mysterious Dr. R, and The Electric Man. The film starred Lionel Atwill, Lon Chaney Jr., Anne Nagel, Frank Albertson, Samuel S. Hinds, and William B. Davidson. The subseries includes manuscript music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 1, Folder 11

Cue no. 4 "Kharis Burial". 1941.

Physical Description: conductor's score photocopy
 

Man Without a Star. Subseries 97. 1955.

Scope and Content Note

Man Without a Star, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1955, directed by King Vidor, written by Borden Chase, and based on the novel by Dee Linford. The film starred Kirk Douglas, Jeanne Crain, Claire Trevor, William Campbell, Richard Boone, and Jay C. Flippen. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 131

Man Without A Star.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Additional Note

on item: 1A - 6C.
Box 131

Man Without A Star & Bonaventur.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Additional Note

on item: Man Without a Star, 5A - 10C. Bonaventur, Reel 1-1&2.
Box 131

Man Without A Star & Bonaventur.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Additional Note

on item: Man Without a Star, 7A - 10C. Bonaventur, Reel 1 #1 - Reel 4 #4.
Box 72

Man Without a Star.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 95

Man Without a Star. 1955 January 25.

Scope and Content Note

Includes cue sheets and conductors' scores.

Additional Note

Universal Pictures motion picture. Cues by Salter, Frederick Herbert, Arnold Hughes, Herman Stein, Henry Mancini, Jimmy Kennedy, and Lou Singer.
Box 80, Folder 18

Sound Recording.

Scope and Content

Publisher: Medallion Records; 12" sound disc.
Musical selections from the films: Battle at Apache Pass (1952), Walk the Proud Land (1956), Man Without a Star (1955), Bend of the River (1952), The Spoilers(1942), Days of the Badman (1958), The Tall Stranger (1957), Untamed Frontier (1952), The Oklahoman (1957), Four Guns to the Border (1954), and The Far Horizons (1955).
 

Man's Favorite Sport. Subseries 98.

Box 6, Folder 2

Assorted Cues. 1964.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

music cues include: "First Fish Pt. 1" "Man Overboard" "Bad Start" "First Fish Pt. 2" "The Caissons Go" "Free and Easy" "One O'Clock Grump" "Rodger's Lodger."

Additional Note

Prod. no. 01929
Box 6, Folder 3

Assorted Cues. 1964.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

music cues include: "What's it Gonna Be?" "Fishing Fluke" "Night Walk" "Night Camp" "Young Love" "End Title" "Trailer Pt. 1" "Trailer Pt. 2." Also includes sheet music with lyrics to title song "Man's Favorite Sport."

Additional Note

Prod. no. 01929
Box 6, Folder 1

Assorted Cues. 1964.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

music cues include: "Fishing Daze" "Snarled Again" "Main Title" "Radio Source" "Woody Woo" "Minuet in G" "Listen to the Mocking Bird" "Spook Show" "Camptown Races" "Italian Restaurant" "To Know You is to Love You" "The Camper."

Additional Note

Prod. no. 01929
 

Marriage of a Young Stockbroker. Subseries 99.

Box 83

Can it be True theme. 1971.

Physical Description: sheet music
 

Maya. Subseries 100. 1967.

Scope and Content Note

Maya, a MGM Television production that was only on NBC for one season 1967-1968. The television show starred Jairaj, Bimal Raj, Iftekhar, Gajanan Jagirdar, I.S. Johar, and Zul Vellani.The subseries includes music written for the television show including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 6, Folder 9

Theme from "Maya". 1967 June 2.

Physical Description: sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Song from television series of the same title.
Box 12, Folder 2

List of music cues. circa 1967.

Physical Description: list written on the back of sheet music

Scope and Content Note

List of music cues for television show Maya.
Box 58

Unidentified Sound Recordings.

Physical Description: 16 10" open reel analog audio tapes
Box 63

Assorted Cues.

Physical Description: 7 " open reel audio tape
Box 64

Maya no. 1.

Physical Description: sound cassette
Box 80, Folder 13

Maya Television Score. 1967-1968.

Physical Description: 12" sound disc

Scope and Content Note

Music from the television score from the series Maya (1967-68).
 

Meine Freund der Millionar. Subseries 101. 1932.

Scope and Content Note

Meine Freund der Millionar, a M&amp;#x00FC;nchner Lichtspielkunst AG (Emelka)production was released in Germany in 1932, directed by Hans Behrendt, and based on a play written by Ferdinand Ujhelyi. The German film's English release title was My Friend the Millionaire. The film starred Hermann Thimig, Maria Meissner, Liselotte Schaak, Olga Limburg, Jakob Tiedtke, and Ernst Dumcke. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 1, Folder 6

Pass' auf das Gluck schwebt durch Dein Zimmer Foxtrot. 1932.

Physical Description: 6 1/2 x 10 1/2 orchestral parts

Scope and Content Note

Song from the film "Meine Freund der Millionar." Orchestra Parts included: Trumpet, Trombone, Violin, Cello, Banjo, Alto and Tenor Saxophone.
Box 133, Folder 7

Le bonheur passe pres de toi. 1932.

Scope and Content Note

Song title and lyrics translated into French from the German film "Meine Freund der Millionar" (1932).
Box 133, Folder 7

Le Coeur Et La Chanson. 1932.

Scope and Content Note

Song title and lyrics translated into French from the German film "Meine Freund der Millionar" (1932).
Box 138, Folder 7

Pass' auf das Gluck schwebt durch Dein Zimmer Foxtrot. 1932.

Physical Description: 6 1/2 x 10 1/2 piano sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Song from the film "Meine Freund der Millionar."

Additional Note

2 copies.
 

Merry Monohans, The. Subseries 102. 1944.

Scope and Content Note

The Merry Monahans, a Universal Pictures production was released in 1944, directed by Charles Lamont, and written by Michael Fessier and Ernest Pagano.The film starred Donald O'Connor, Peggy Ryan, Jack Oakie, Ann Blyth, and Rosemary DeCamp. The subseries includes manuscript music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 147, Folder 7

Assorted Cues. 1944.

Physical Description: conducto's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 39 and 41 "Chase in the Park" ; cue no. 42 "Exit Arnold Pembroke"; cue no. 36 and 38 "Walk in the Park" ; cue no. 29 "Alone at Last" ; cue no. 19 "Philadelphia" ; "Love Theme Shelia Jimmy" (3 copies).

Additional Note

Prod. no. 1358
 

Michigan Kid. Subseries 103. 1947.

Scope and Content Note

Michigan Kid, a Universal International Pictures was released in 1947, directed by Ray Taylor, written by Roy Chanslor, and based on the novel by Rex Beach. The film starred Jon Hall, Victor McLaglen, Rita Johnson, Andy Devine, Joan Shawlee, and William Ching. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 77

Michigan Kid.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
 

Miracle on Main Street. Subseries 104.

Box 32

City of Angels. 1939.

Additional Note

Piano sheet music from the film Miracle on Main Street of which Hans J. Salter was the composer.
 

Mole People, The. Subseries 107. 1956.

Scope and Content Note

The Mole People, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1956, directed by Virgil W. Vogel, and written by L&amp;#x00E1;szl&amp;#x00F3; G&amp;#x00F6;r&amp;#x00F6;g. The film starred John Agar, Cynthia Patrick, Hugh Beaumont, Alan Napier, Nestor Paiva, and Phil Chambers. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 12, Folder 6

Assorted Cues. circa 1956.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

cues "Guards" "Ruling Class" "Mole People" and "Sumerian Lute #1."

Additional Note

Prod. no 1824
Box 12, Folder 8

cue no. 8G "End Cast". circa 1956.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Additional Note

Prod. no. 1824
Box 118

The Mole People Prod. no. 1824. 1956.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

"First Find," "Translation-Please," "Rock 'N Roll," "Ark the Lamp," "Wetbacks," "Treacherous Trek," "Roaring Mountain," "Second Tablet-Pt. 1," Second Tablet-Pt. 2," "3,000 B.C." "Maiden's Procession," "Sumerian Lute #1," "Sumerian Lute #2," "End Cast."
 

Morituri. Subseries 108.

Box 134, Folder 7

Morituri. 1965.

Physical Description: Piano sheet music

Additional Note

Theme from the film Morituri.
 

Mother, Sir!. Subseries 109. 1956.

Scope and Content Note

Mother, Sir!, a Allied Artists Pictures production released in 1956 was released in UK under the alternate title Navy Wife. The film was directed by Edward Bernds, written by Kay Lenard, and based on the novel by Tats Blain. The film starred Joan Bennett, Gary Merrill, Judy Nugent, Maurice Manson, Teru Shimada, Tom Komuro, and Shizue Nakamura. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 63

Assorted Cues. 1957 August 24.

Physical Description: 7 " open reel audio tape
Box 171

Mother, Sir!. 1956.

Additional Note

Also known as "Navy Wife."
Box 172

Mother, Sir!. 1956.

Additional Note

Also known as "Navy Wife."
 

My Fair Lady. Subseries 110.

Box 59

Original Cast Recording. 1964 March 27.

Physical Description: 10" open reel audio tape
 

Mummy's Hand, The. Subseries 111. 1940.

Scope and Content Note

The Mummy's Hand, a Universal Pictures production was released in 1940, directed by Christy Cabanne, and written by Griffin Jay. The film starred Dick Foran, Peggy Moran, Wallace Ford, Eduardo Ciannelli, George Zucco, Cecil Kellaway, Charles Trowbridge, and Tom Tyler. The subseries includes manuscript music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 1, Folder 11

Cue "corky". 1941.

Physical Description: conductor's score photocopy
 

Naked Alibi. Subseries 112. undated.

Scope and Content Note

No information found on this film title. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 131

Naked Alibi.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape
Box 131

This Island Earth & The Naked Alibi.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Additional Note

on item: This Island Earth 9A - 9E. The Naked Alibi 1A - 6A.
Box 162

Naked Alibi. undated.

 

Never a Dull Moment. Subseries 113. 1943.

Scope and Content Note

Never a Dull Moment, a Universal Pictures production was released in 1943, directed by Edward C. Lilley, and written by Stanley Roberts. The film starred Al Ritz, Harry Ritz, Jimmy Ritz, Frances Langford, and Mary Beth Hughes. The subseries includes manuscript music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 147, Folder 5

Assorted Cues. 1943.

Physical Description: conductors scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 32 "On the Run" ; cue no. 13 "Hello-Bridge" ; cue no. 8 "Three Funny Bunnies" ; cue no. 7 "The Agency."

Additional Note

Prod. no. 1304
Box 147, Folder 17

Cue no. 2A "Valse Coquines". 1941.

Physical Description: 9 x 12 sheet music

Additional Note

Prod. no. 1175
 

Oklahoman, The. Subseries 114. 1956.

Scope and Content Note

The Oklahoman, a Allied Artists production was released in 1956, directed by Francis D. Lyon, and written by Daniel B. Ullman. The film starred Joel McCrea, Barbara Hale, Brad Dexter, Gloria Talbott, Michael Pate, and Verna Felton. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 14, Folder 1

Assorted Cues. 1957.

Physical Description: conductor's score 18 1/2 x 12

Scope and Content Note

music cue 5E "Mel Dies," 8E "Ann Makes Up," 4C "Bedroom Slippers, 2A "Gun Fight," 2B "Trouble Brewing," 3A "There it is," 7b "The Quarrel."

Additional Note

Prod. no. 5609
Box 80, Folder 18

Sound Recording.

Scope and Content

Publisher: Medallion Records; 12" sound disc. Recording title: Far Horizons The Western Film Scores of Hans J. Salter, 1942-1958
Musical selections from the films: Battle at Apache Pass (1952), Walk the Proud Land (1956), Man Without a Star (1955), Bend of the River (1952), The Spoilers(1942), Days of the Badman (1958), The Tall Stranger (1957), Untamed Frontier (1952), The Oklahoman (1957), Four Guns to the Border (1954), and The Far Horizons (1955).
Box 17, Folder 4

Assorted Cues. circa 1957.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 8A "Doc Beats Cass" ; cue no. 6A "Cass Rides Doc" ; cue no. 8F-9A "Charlie's Visitors"

Additional Note

Prod. no. 5609
Box 17, Folder 5

Assorted Cues. circa 1957.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 9C "Climax" ; cue no. 1A "Main Title" ; cue no. 4A "Bad News" ; cue no. 1C "Established"

Additional Note

Prod. no. 5609
Box 17, Folder 5

Assorted Cues. circa 1957.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 1B "Baby Arrives" ; cue no. 8D "The Shooting" ; cue no. 8B "Doc Starts for Help" ; cue no. 9E "End Title."

Additional Note

Prod. no. 5609
Box 63

Assorted Cues. 1956 July 30.

Physical Description: 2 7" open reel analog tapes
Box 96

Oklahoman, The.

Physical Description: orchestral parts
Box 97

Oklahoman, The.

Physical Description: orchestral parts
Box 98

Oklahoman, The.

Physical Description: orchestral parts
Box 134, Folder 4

cue no. 5A "Maria Falls". 1956.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Additional Note

Prod. no. 5609
Box 148, Folder 3

Assorted Cues. 1956 July 30.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 9D "Maria Leaves" cue no. 4B "Grandma Dies" ; cue no. 6B-7A "Maria's Love."

Additional Note

Corresponding orchestral parts in box 17. Prod. no. 5609
 

Patrick the Great. Subseries 117. 1945.

Scope and Content Note

Patrick the Great, a Universal Pictures production was released in 1945, directed by Frank Ryan, and written by Dorothy Bennett and Ralph Block. The film starred Donald O'Connor, Peggy Ryan, Donald Cook, Frances Dee, and Eve Arden. The subseries includes manuscript music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 147, Folder 7

cue no. 13 and 15 "The Gun" and cue no. 26 "Lynn's Romance". 1944.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Additional Note

Prod. no. 1353
 

Pay the Devil. Subseries 118. 1957.

Scope and Content Note

Pay the Devil, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1957, directed by Jack Arnold, and written by Gene L. Coon. The US release title for this film was Man in the Shadow. The film starred Jeff Chandler, Orson Welles, Colleen Miller, Ben Alexander, Barbara Lawrence, John Larch, and James Gleason. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 119

Pay The Devil. 1957.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

"Prologue," "Main Title," "Sharp Warning," "False Confession," "Skipping Out," "Search Warrant," "No Welcome Mat," "Baited Trap," "Vicious Revenge," "Up in Arms,"

Additional Note

Title on item is UK film title for the US film "Man in the Shadow."
 

Picnic. Subseries 119.

Box 82

Picnic. 1955.

Physical Description: conductor's score
 

Pioneer Go Home. Subseries 120. 1962.

Scope and Content Note

Pioneer, Go Home, a Mirisch Corporation production was released in 1962, directed by Gordon Douglas, written by Charles Lederer, and based on the novel by Richard Powell. Pioneer Go Home was a pre-released title and other working titles include: Here Come the Kwimpers, It's a Beautiful Life, and What a Wonderful Life. The US release title is Follow That Dream. The film starred Elvis Presley, Arthur O'Connell, Anne Helm, Joanna Moore, Jack Kruschen, and Simon Oakland. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 15, Folder 4

cue 12-3 "What Holly Wants". circa 1962.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

cue 12-3 "What Holly Wants"
Box 37, Folder 1

Pioneer Go Home. undated.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 9-2 "Screwdriver" from film Pioneer Go Home.

Additional Note

2 copies.
Box 37, Folder 2

Pioneer Go Home. undated.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 8-3 "Playboy"; cue no. 7-5 "I'm Feeling High"; cue no. 8-2 "Pernambuco" from film Pioneer Go Home.

Additional Note

Includes cue/sequence titles cue no. 2-4 "I'm Not the Marrying Kind"; cue no. 1-2 "What a Wonderful Life"; cue no. 4-3 "Sound Advice"; cue no. 7-3 "Follow That Dream" written on blank sheet music, no music included for these cues.
Box 60

Assorted Cues.

Physical Description: 10" open reel audio tape

Additional Note

production no. 1800
Box 60

Assorted Cues. 1961 November 18.

Physical Description: 10" open reel audio tape

Additional Note

production no. 1800
Box 60

Assorted Cues. 1961 November 16.

Physical Description: 10" open reel audio tape
Box 166

Pioneer Go Home. 1962.

Box 167

Pioneer Go Home. 1962.

Box 168

Pioneer Go Home. 1962.

 

Please Believe Me. Subseries 121. 1950.

Scope and Content Note

Please Believe Me, a Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer production was released in 1950, directed by Norman Taurog, and written by Nathaniel Curtis. The film starred Deborah Kerr, Robert Walker, Mark Stevens, Peter Lawford, James Whitmore, and J. Carrol Naish. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 6, Folder 12

Conductor's Score. 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score
 

Plow That Broke the Plains.

Box 61

Sound Recording.

Scope and Content

Composer: Virgil Thompson
10" open reel audio tape
 

Polibek ve Snehu. Subseries 122. 1935.

Scope and Content Note

Polibek ve Snehu, a Alex Film production was released in 1935, directed by V&amp;#x00E1;clav Binovec, and written by Gill Sedl&amp;#x00E1;ckov&amp;#x00E1;. The UK release title of this film was Kiss in the Snow. The German film starred Anton&amp;#x00ED;n Holzinger, Jozka Koldovsk&amp;#x00E1;, Ella S&amp;#x00E1;rkov&amp;#x00E1;, Ruzena Slemrov&amp;#x00E1;, Jaroslav Stein, and Walter Taub. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 133, Folder 7

J' Ai Trouve Mon Reve. 1935.

Physical Description: sheet music

Scope and Content Note

This song was translated into French and is from the German film "Polibek ve Snehu" (1935).
Box 133, Folder 7

T'Aimer Tout Simplement. 1935.

Physical Description: sheet music

Scope and Content Note

This song was translated into French and is from the German film "Polibek ve Snehu" (1935).
Box 138, Folder 5

Bud Jen Optimistou. 1935.

Physical Description: 5 1/4 x 6 1/2 sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Song from the film Polibek ve Snehu. Includes German lyrics.

Additional Note

2 copies.
Box 138, Folder 5

Dej Mi Svoji Lasku. 1935.

Physical Description: 5 1/4 x 6 1/2 sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Song from the film Polibek ve Snehu. Includes German lyrics.

Additional Note

2 copies.
Box 138, Folder 5

Prvni Tango. 1935.

Physical Description: 5 1/4 x 6 1/2 sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Song from the film Polibek ve Snehu. Includes German lyrics.
Box 138, Folder 7

Prvni Tango. 1935.

Physical Description: piano sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Song from film Polibek ve Snehu.
 

Prince who was a Thief, The. Subseries 123. 1951.

Scope and Content Note

The Prince who was a Thief, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1951, directed by Rudolph Mat&amp;#x00E9;, written by Gerald Drayson Adams, and based on the story by Theodore Dreiser. The film starred Tony Curtis, Piper Laurie, Everett Sloane, Jeff Corey, and Betty Garde. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 72

Prince Who Was a Thief, The. undated.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 80, Folder 17

Sound Recording.

Scope and Content

Sound recording title, Fantasy Film Music of Hans. J. Salter, 1951-1954, Medallion Records; 12" sound disc.
Music from the film scores of The Golden Horde (1951), The Black Shield of Falworth (1954), and The Prince who was a Thief (1951).
Box 100

Prince Who Was a Thief, The. 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 25, "Treasure House Robbery" part 1.
Box 101

Prince Who Was a Thief, The. 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 26, "Treasure House Robbery" part 2.
Box 101

Prince Who Was a Thief,The. 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 24, "Sore Feet."
Box 103

Prince Who Was a Thief, The. 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Main title.
Box 103

Prince Who Was a Thief, The. 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 2, "Tender Hearted Assassin."
Box 103

Prince Who Was a Thief, The. 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 22, "Yasmine's Plot" #2.
Box 103

Prince Who Was a Thief, The. 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 22, "Yasmine's Plot."
Box 152

Prince Who Was a Thief, The. 1951.

Box 157

Prince Who Was a Thief, The. 1951.

Box 161

Prince Who Was a Thief, The. 1951.

Box 163

Prince Who Was a Thief, The.

Box 177

Prince Who Was a Thief, The.

 

Purple Mask, The. Subseries 124. 1955.

Scope and Content Note

The Purple Mask, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1955, directed by H. Bruce Humberstone, and written by Paul Armont and Jean Manoussi who also wrote the play on which the film is based. The film starred Tony Curtis, Colleen Miller, Gene Barry, Dan O'Herlihy, Angela Lansbury, George Dolenz, and John Hoyt. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 3, Folder 5

The Purple Mask Prod. no. 1782. 1955.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 20 "That's His Kiss" (2 copies) and cue no. 35 "Sad Reunion" (3 copies).
Box 147, Folder 8

The Purple Mask Prod. no. 1782. 1955.

Physical Description: conductors scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 20 "That's His Kiss" and cue no. 35 "Sad Reunion."

Additional Note

2 copies of each cue.
 

Rage of Paris. Subseries 125. 1938.

Scope and Content Note

Rage of Paris, a Universal Pictures production was released in 1938, directed by Henry Koster, and written by Bruce Manning and Felix Jackson. The film starred Danielle Darrieux, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Mischa Auer, and Louis Hayward. The subseries includes manuscript music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 145, Folder 6

Cue no. 10 "Clock Sequence". 1938.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Additional Note

Prod. no. 900
 

Rainbows. Subseries 126. undated.

Scope and Content Note

No information found on this film title. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 4, Folder 1

Mary's Farm. undated.

Physical Description: manuscript conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Includes lyrics.
 

Raw Wind in Eden. Subseries 127. 1958.

Scope and Content Note

Raw Wind in Eden, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1958, directed by Richard Wilson, and written by Dan Lundberg and Elizabeth Wilson. The film starred Esther Williams, Jeff Chandler, Rossana Podest&amp;#x00E0;, Carlos Thompson, Rik Battaglia, and Eduardo De Filippo. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 71

Raw Wind in Eden.

Physical Description: Bound conductor's score.
Box 145, Folder 8

Raw Wind in Eden Prod. 1864. 1958.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 43 "Cross Fire"; cue no. 44 "Fight For Love"; cue no. 45 "End Title."
Box 145, Folder 9

Raw Wind in Eden Prod. no. 1864. 1958.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 24 "Swim on an Empty Stomach" ; cue no. 25 "Swimming Around the Point" ; cue no. 26 "Swimming the Point Pt. 2" ; cue no. 27 and 29 "Angry Lovers" ; cue no. 28 "The Magic Touch" ; cue no. 30 "Shaping Ship" ; cue no. 32 "Laura Packs A Gun"; cue no. 33 "Radio-Barcarole"; cue no. 34 "The House of Mooreshouse" ; cue no. 35 and 36 "Get Out" ; cue no. 37 "The Launching" ; cue no. 38 "Bad Boy Willy" ; cue no. 39 "Afraid to Die?" ; cue no. 42 "Search to Kill"
Box 145, Folder 10

Raw Wind in Eden Prod. 1864. 1958.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 12 "Angry Visitor" ; cue no. 14 "Petticoat Signals" ; cue no. 15 "No Slip" ; cue no. 16 "Ignored" ; cue no. 17 and 18 "Urban Stares"; cue no. 19 and 20 "The Wrong Kiss" ; cue no. 21 and 22 "More Moore" ; cue no. 23 "Unfriendly Visitor"
Box 145, Folder 11

Raw Wind in Eden Prod. 1864. 1958.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 2 "Main Title" ; cue no. 1 "Prologue" ; cue no. 10 and 13 "Laura in Italy Pt. 1" ; cue no. 11 "Laura in Italy Pt. 2" ; cue no. 8 "Distress Signal" ; cue no. 7 "Food and Drink" (2 copies).
 

Rawhide Years, The. Subseries 128. 1955.

Scope and Content Note

Rawhide Years, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1955, directed by Rudolph Mat&amp;#x00E9;, written by Robert Presnell Jr., and based on the novel by Norman A. Fox. The film starred Tony Curtis, Collen Miller, Arthur Kennedy, William Demarest, William Gargan, and Peter van Eyck. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 2, Folder 4

Rawhide Years, The. 1955.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Additional Note

Publisher no.: Prod. no. 1792

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 2 "Cleaned Out"; cue no. 3 "Other People's Money"; cue no. 4, 32, 38 "Bad Loser"; cue no. 5 "Dark River Night"; cue no. 22 "After the Show pt. 1"; cue no. 23 "After the Show pt. 2"; cue no. 24 "Ben Fights a Rat" cue no. 25 "Not Welcome".

Additional Note

2 copies of every cue.
Box 2, Folder 5

Rawhide Years, The. 1955.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Additional Note

Publisher no.: Prod. no. 1792

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 29 "Bouche Attacks Pt. 1"; cue no. 30 "Bouche Attacks Pt. 2"; cue no. 31 "Sneaking Back"; cue no. 34 "Hasty Reunion."

Additional Note

2 copies of every cue.
Box 71

Rawhide Years, The. undated.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 160

Rawhide Years, The. 1955.

 

Reckless Moment, The. Subseries 129. 1949.

Scope and Content Note

The Reckless Moment, a Columbia Pictures Corporation production was released in 1949, directed by Max Oph&amp;#x00FC;ls, and written by Mel Dinelli and Henry Garson. The film starred James Mason, Joan Bennett, Geraldine Brooks, Henry O'Neill, Shepperd Strudwick. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 73

Reckless Moment, The.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
 

Red Pony, The. Subseries 130.

Box 60

Red Pony.

Physical Description: 10" open reel audio tape
 

Red Sundown. Subseries 131. 1956.

Scope and Content Note

Red Sundown, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1956, directed by Jack Arnold, written by Martin Berkeley, and based on the novel by Lewis B. Patten. The film starred Rory Calhoun, Martha Hyer, Dean Jagger, Robert Middleton, and Grant Williams. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 37, Folder 5

Red Sundown Prod. no. 1805. circa 1956.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

cues 10 and 12 "Night Attack" are by Salter; cue 11 "Red Sundown" is by Terry Gilkyson.
Box 37, Folder 5

Red Sundown Prod. no. 1805. circa 1956.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

cues 4, 6, 8 "Paid in Full" are by Salter cues 5 and 7 are by Gilkyson.
Box 37, Folder 5

Red Sundown Prod. no. 1805. circa 1956.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

cues 19, 21, 23 "A Promise To Keep" are by Salter; cues 20 and 22 are by Gilkyson.
Box 118

Red Sundown Prod. no. 1805. 1955.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

"Goo Turn," "Paid in Full," "Night Attack," "Trick Escape-Pt. 1," "Trick Escape-Pt. 2," "Greater Love," "A Promise to Keep," "First Job," "Trouble Shooting," "Maria's Warning," "Kid Killer," "Jade's Job," "Old Love," "New Love?" "I'll Be Back,"
 

Return of the Gunfighter, The. Subseries 132. 1967.

Scope and Content Note

The Return of the Gunfighter, a King Brothers Productions was released on 1967, directed by James Neilson, and written by Robert Buckner. The Rifle was a working title for the film "The Return of the Gunfighter." The film starred Robert Taylor, Ana Mart&amp;#x00ED;n, Chad Everett, and Mort Mills. The subseries includes manuscript music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 11, Folder 6

The Rifle. undated.

Physical Description: 12x14 score
Box 14, Folder 11

music cues: 6D "Assault" and 5B "The Woman". 1967.

Physical Description: conductor's score 19 X 12 1/2
Box 15, Folder 5

Assorted Cues. undated.

Physical Description: plastic spiral bound conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 9C "Nothing Sacred" ; cue no. 7AA "River Fight" ; cue no. 5C-6A "Saddle Trash."
Box 15, Folder 6

Cue no. 1B "Fancy Spurs" and cue no. 1A "Main Title". undated.

Physical Description: bound conductor's scores
Box 15, Folder 7

Cue no. 2B "Bishop's Valley" and cue no. 3A "Harper's Move.". undated.

Physical Description: bound conductor's scores
Box 15, Folder 8

Assorted Cues. undated.

Physical Description: bound conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 4B "Bishop's Bottle" ; cue no. 4C-5A "Short Ride I-II" ; cue no. 7C "Red is Dead" ; cue no. 8B "Prelude to Fight"
Box 15, Folder 9

Assorted Cues. undated.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 6C "Something for the Boys" ; cue no. 6B "23RD Caden" ; cue no. 8A "Confession" ; cue no. 7D "Bishop's Pawn."
Box 15, Folder 10

Assorted Cues. undated.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 7A "Short Talk" ; cue no. 7B "Hostage" ; cue no. 9D "End Title" ; cue no. 9B "Harper's End."
Box 15, Folder 11

cue no. 3B-4A "Hardy's Had It". undated.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 20, Folder 1

Assorted Cues. 1967.

Physical Description: conductor's scores, 12 x 15

Scope and Content Note

cue "Main Title" ; cue "Domingo Ranch" ; cue "The Whip" ; cue "The Barn" ; cue "Sad Discovery" ; cue "Pick It Up" ; cue "Don't Push Your Luck" ; cue "tio ben" ; cue "What's Your Name?" ; cue "The Rifle"

Additional Note

Prod. no. 6053
Box 20, Folder 2

Assorted Cues. 1967.

Physical Description: conductor's scores, 12 x 15

Scope and Content Note

cue "All Right, Get Down" ; cue "We Stay Alive" ; cue "Night Camp" ; cue "The Abandoned House" ; cue "The Set Up" ; cue "Horses" ; cue "Someday" ; cue "Searching" ; cue "Face to Face" ; cue "Watch it Boy" ; cue "Brief Encounter" ; cue "The Moment of Truth"

Additional Note

Prod. no. 6053
Box 20, Folder 3

Assorted Cues. 1967.

Physical Description: conductor's scores, 12 x 15

Scope and Content Note

cue " Lee Is Gone" ; cue "The Plot Thickens" ; cue "Shootout" ; cue "He's Your Brother" ; cue "Playons and Playoffs #1 and #2" ; cue "Finale"
Box 63

Assorted Cues.

Physical Description: 2 7" open reel analog tapes
Box 63

Unidentified Music.

Physical Description: 2 7" open reel analog tapes

Scope and Content Note

Production no. 6053.
Box 134, Folder 6

The Return of the Gunfighter. circa 1967.

Physical Description: conductor's scores
Box 148, Folder 4

cue no. 2A "Night Camp". [1967] July 15.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 150, Folder 1

Assorted Cues. 1967.

Physical Description: conductor's score 11 1/2 x 19

Scope and Content Note

music cues: reel 1 pt.1 "Main Title" reel 1 pt 2 "Domingo Ranch," reel 1 pt.3 "The Whip."
Box 150, Folder 2

Assorted Cues. 1967.

Physical Description: conductor's score 11 1/2 x 19

Scope and Content Note

music cues: reel 1 pt. 3A "The Barn," reel 1 pt. 4 "Sad Discovery," reel 2 pt.1, reel 2 pt. 2, reel 2 pt.3 "Pick it Up."

Additional Note

Prod. no. 6053
Box 150, Folder 3

Assorted Cues. 1967.

Physical Description: conductor's score 11 1/2 x 19

Scope and Content Note

music cues: reel 3 pt. 1 "Don't Push Your Luck," reel 3 pt.2 "All Right Get Down," reel 3 pt. 3 "To Ben," reel 4 pt. 2 "We Stay Alive."
Box 151, Folder 1

Assorted Cues. 1967.

Physical Description: conductor's score 11 1/2 x 19

Scope and Content Note

music cues: reel 9-3A "Shootout," reel 9-3B "He's Your Brother," reel 9-pt. 3C "Finale," "Playons 1 and 2."
Box 151, Folder 2

Assorted Cues. 1967.

Physical Description: conductor's score 11 1/2 x 19

Scope and Content Note

music cues: reel 4 pt.2A "Night Camp," reel 5 pt.2 "The Setup," reel 5 pt. 2 "Horses," reel 5 pt. 3 and 6 pt. 1 "Someday," reel 6 pt. 2 "Searching."
Box 151, Folder 3

Assorted Cues. 1967.

Physical Description: conductor's score 11 1/2 x 19

Scope and Content Note

music cues: reel 7 pt. 2 "Face to Face," reel 7 pt 3 "Watch it Boy," reel 7 pt. 4 "Brief Encounter," reel 7-4A "The Moment of Truth," reel 9-pt.2 "Lee is Gone," reel 9 pt. 3 "The Plot Thickens."
Box 173

Manuscript Music. 1967.

Additional Note

Also known as "The Rifle."
Box 176

Manuscript Music. 1967.

Additional Note

Also known as "The Rifle."
Box 178

Manuscript Music. 1967.

Box 179

Manuscript Music. 1967.

Box 180

Manuscript Music. 1967.

 

River.

Box 61

Sound Recordng.

Scope and Content

Composer: Virgil Thompson
10" open reel audio tape
 

River Gang. Subseries 133. 1945.

Scope and Content Note

River Gang, a Universal Pictures production was released in 1945, directed by Charles David, and written by Dwight V. Babcock and Leslie Charteris. The film starred Gloria Jean, John Qualen, Bill Goodwin, Keefe Brasselle, and Sheldon Leonard. An alternate title for the film is Fairy Tale Murder. The subseries includes manuscript music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 174

Music Manuscript. 1945.

Additional Note

Also known as "Fairy Tale Murder."
 

Run to Tuma Vaca. Subseries 134. 1959.

Scope and Content Note

No information found on this film title. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores. Production no. 12222.
Box 11, Folder 19

Conductor's Score. undated.

Physical Description: photocopies of conductor's score
Box 11, Folder 19

Conductor's Score. undated.

Physical Description: photocopies of conductor's score
Box 24

Music Timing Report.

 

Saltomortale. Subseries 135.

Box 1, Folder 7

Das was war, bleibt ein Geheimnis Lied und Slow-Fox. 1931.

Physical Description: sheet music
 

San Diego I Love You. Subseries 136. 1944.

Scope and Content Note

San Diego I Love You, a Universal Pictures production, was released in 1944, directed by Reginald Le Borg, and written by Richard Bransten and Michael Fessier. The film starred Jon Hall, Louise Allbritton, Edward Everett Horton, Eric Blore, and Buster Keaton. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 77

San Diego I Love You.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
 

Sandpiper, The. Subseries 138.

Box 142, Folder 12

The Shadow of Your Smile. 1965.

Physical Description: 7" sound disc

Scope and Content Note

Song from the film The Sandpiper.
 

Saskatchewan. Subseries 140. 1954.

Scope and Content Note

Saskatchewan, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1954, directed by Raoul Walsh, and written by Gil Doud. The film starred Alan Ladd, Shelley Winters, J. Carrol Naish, Hugh O'Brian, and Robert Douglas. The subseries includes manuscript music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 152

Music Manuscript. 1954.

Box 163

Manuscript Score. 1954.

Physical Description: manuscript score
 

Scarlett Street. Subseries 141. 1945.

Scope and Content Note

Scarlett Street, a Fritz Lang production was released in 1945, directed by Fritz Lang, written by Georges de La Fouchardi&amp;#x00E8;re and Andr&amp;#x00E9; Mou&amp;#x00E9;zy-&amp;#x00C9;on who also wrote the novel on which the film is based. The film starred Edward G. Robinson, Joan Bennett, Dan Duryea, Margaret Lindsay, and Jess Barker. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 65

Cutting Master.

Physical Description: 10" open reel audio tape

Additional Note

On item, "TT HS 3 A + B."
Box 77

Scarlet Street.

Physical Description: Bound conductor's score
Box 80, Folder 21

Scarlet Street Soundtrack. 1945.

Physical Description: 12" sound disc

Scope and Content Note

Original soundtrack from this film.

Additional Note

unopened.
Box 147, Folder 8

cue no. 9B "Self Portrait" and cue no. 11C "Kitty Murdered". circa 1945.

Physical Description: conductors scores

Additional Note

Prod. no. 1454
 

Scherben bringen Gluck. Subseries 142. 1932.

Scope and Content Note

Scherben bringen Gluck, a Elite-Tonfilm-Produktion GmbH production was released in Germany in 1932, and directed by Curt Bois. The German film starred Curt Bois, Karin Hardt, Trude Pirchan, and Emilia Unda. The subseries includes manuscript music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 138, Folder 10

Untitled conductor's score. circa 1932.

Physical Description: conductor's score
 

Sign of the Pagan. Subseries 143. 1954.

Scope and Content Note

Sign of the Pagan, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1954, directed by Douglas Sirk, written by Oscar Brodney and Barr&amp;#x00E9; Lyndon. The film starred Jeff Chandler, Jack Palance, Ludmilla Tch&amp;#x00E9;rina, Rita Gam, Jeff Morrow, George Dolenz, and Eduard Franz. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 3, Folder 16

Sheet Music "Love Theme". circa 1954.

Physical Description: sheet music
Box 13, Folder 1

Love Theme from The Sign of the Pagan. circa 1954.

Physical Description: sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Love theme from the Universal International Production "Sign of the Pagan."

Additional Note

2 copies.
Box 147, Folder 15

Love Theme. circa 1954.

Physical Description: sheet music

Additional Note

2 copies.
Box 114

Sign of the Pagan. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 35, "Persia's Warning."
Box 114

Sign of the Pagan. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 47, "Turning Away From Rome."
Box 114

Sign of the Pagan. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 51, "The Fall of Attilla."
Box 114

Sign of the Pagan. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 53, "End Title."
Box 114

Sign of the Pagan. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 17, "Fanfare #3."
Box 114

Sign of the Pagan. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 10, "Pulcheria's Garden."
Box 114

Sign of the Pagan. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 11, "Fanfare #1."
Box 114

Sign of the Pagan. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 12, "Banquet #1."
Box 114

Sign of the Pagan. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 13, "Fanfare #2."
Box 114

Sign of the Pagan. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 14, "Banquet #2."
Box 114

Sign of the Pagan. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 16, "Banquet #3."
Box 114

Sign of the Pagan. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 18, "Champion Falls."
Box 114

Sign of the Pagan. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 19, "Fanfare #4."
 

Sign of the Ram, The. Subseries 144. 1945.

Scope and Content Note

The Sign of the Ram, a Columbia Pictures Corporation production was released in 1945, directed by John Sturges, written by Charles Bennett, and based on the novel by Margaret Ferguson. The film starred Susan Peters, Alexander Knox, Phyllis Thaxter, Peggy Ann Garner, Ron Randell, and Dame May Whitty. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 73

Sign of the Ram, The.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
 

Singende Jugend. Subseries 146.

Box 138, Folder 13

Mit Musik durch's Leben Lied und Marschfox. 1936.

Physical Description: orchestral parts

Scope and Content Note

song from the German film "Singende Jugend."
 

So Goes My Love. Subseries 147. 1946.

Scope and Content Note

So Goes My Love, a Universal Pictures production was released in 1946, directed by Frank Ryan, and written by Bruce Manning. The film starred Myrna Loy, Don Ameche, Rhys Williams, Bobby Driscoll, Richard Gaines, and Molly Lamont. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 78

So Goes My Love.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 133, Folder 8

So Goes My Love. 1946.

Physical Description: sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Title song from film "So Goes My Love."

Additional Note

Salter received an Academy Award Nomination for this film's score.
Box 133, Folder 8

Theme Song. 1946.

Physical Description: sheet music
 

Sound of Music, The. Subseries 148.

Box 142, Folder 13

I Have Confidence. 1965.

Physical Description: 7" sound disc

Scope and Content Note

Song from the film The Sound of Music (1965). Includes 4 versions in different languages. 2 versions on each side of the disc. Disc is entitled "limited collector's edition."

Additional Note

original sleeve included.
 

Sometimes a Great Nation. Subseries 149.

Box 142, Folder 9

All His Children. 1971.

Physical Description: 7" sound disc

Scope and Content Note

Song from the film Sometimes a Great Nation.

Additional Note

run time 3:03
Box 142, Folder 10

All His Children. 1971.

Physical Description: 7" sound disc

Scope and Content Note

Song from the film Sometimes a Great Nation.
 

Spider Woman, The. Subseries 150. 1944.

Scope and Content Note

The Spider Woman, a Universal Picture production was released in 1944, directed by Roy William Neill, and written by Arthur Conan Doyle and Bertram Millhauser. The film starred Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce, Gale Sondergaard, Dennis Hoey, and Vernon Downing. An alternate title for the film was Sherlock Holmes and the Spider Woman. The subseries includes manuscript music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 147, Folder 6

cue no. 7 "The Spider". 1943.

Physical Description: conductors scores

Additional Note

Prod. no. 1316
 

Spoilers, The. Subseries 151. 1942.

Scope and Content Note

The Spoilers, a Frank Lloyd Productions film was released in 1942, directed by Ray Enright, written by Lawrence Hazard, and based on the novel by Rex Beach. The film starred Marlene Dietrich, Randolph Scott, John Wayne, Margaret Lindsay, and Harry Carey. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 2, Folder 3

The Spoilers Prod. no. 1790. 1955.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 31 "Miner's Fight" (2 copies); cue no. 32 "Bitter Demise" (2 copies); cue no. 33 "Regrets" (2 copies).
Box 11, Folder 31

The Spoilers Prod. no. 1790. 1955.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

Scores for cue no. 1 "Main Title" ; cue no. 12 "Mudbath Sorry!" ; cue no. 20 "Trouble at Miter Pt. 1" ; cue no. 21 "Trouble at Miter Pt. 2"; cue no. 22 "A Question" ; cue no. 23 "Lead and TNT Pt. 1" ; cue no. 24 "Lead and TNT Pt. 2."

Additional Note

2 copies of every cue except cue no. 21 "Trouble at Miter Pt. 2."
Box 78

Spoilers, The.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 79

Spoilers, The.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 80, Folder 18

Sound Recording.

Scope and Content

Publisher: Medallion Records; 12" sound disc. Recording title: Far Horizons The Western Film Scores of Hans J. Salter, 1942-1958
Musical selections from the films: Battle at Apache Pass (1952), Walk the Proud Land (1956), Man Without a Star (1955), Bend of the River (1952), The Spoilers(1942), Days of the Badman (1958), The Tall Stranger (1957), Untamed Frontier (1952), The Oklahoman (1957), Four Guns to the Border (1954), and The Far Horizons (1955).
 

Spring Parade. Subseries 152. 1940.

Scope and Content Note

Spring Parade, a Universal Pictures production, was released in 1940, directed by Henry Koster, and written by Felix Jackson and Bruce Manning. The film starred Deanna Durbin, Robert Cummings, Mischa Auer, Henry Stephenson, and S.Z. Sakall. The subseries includes manuscript music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 64

Unidentified Audio.

Physical Description: 2 sound cassettes
Box 64

Unidentified Audio.

Physical Description: sound cassette

Additional Note

On item, "Side 1-7."
Box 65

Spring Parade.

Physical Description: 10" open reel audio tape

Scope and Content Note

Hans Salter, Orchestrator.

Additional Note

Film featuring Deanna Durbin.
 

Star Spangled Girl. Subseries 153.

Box 83

Girl. 1971.

Additional Note

Piano sheet music of the theme song from the film Star Spangled Girl
Box 142, Folder 3

Take my Love and Girl. 1971.

Physical Description: 7" sound disc

Additional Note

Songs from film of "Star Spangled Girl" (1971) "Take My Love" run time 3:46 "Girl" run time 3:46
 

Strange Affair of Uncle Harry, The. Subseries 154. 1945.

Scope and Content Note

The Strange Affair of Uncle Harry, a Universal Pictures production, was released in 1945, directed by Robert Siodmak, written by Keith Winter, and based on the play by Thomas Job. The UK release title for the film was Uncle Harry. The film starred George Sanders, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Ella Raines, and Sara Allgood. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 147, Folder 11

Theme. 1945.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

4 versions.
Box 70

Strange Affair of Uncle Harry, The.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
 

Summer Love. Subseries 155.

Box 33, Folder 7

cue no. 2 "Joannie". 1957.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Additional Note

Prod. no. 1861
 

Superman.

Box 64

Superman.

Physical Description: sound cassette

Scope and Content Note

Excerpts.
 

Take Five From Five. Subseries 156.

Box 4, Folder 4

How Do You Learn To Love?. 1957.

Physical Description: sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Song from the Universal International Pictures film.
 

Tall Stranger, The. Subseries 157.

Box 62

Score Roll no. 1.

Physical Description: 7 " open reel audio tape
Box 80, Folder 18

Sound Recording.

Scope and Content

Publisher: Medallion Records; 12" sound disc. Recording title: Far Horizons The Western Film Scores of Hans J. Salter, 1942-1958
Musical selections from the films: Battle at Apache Pass (1952), Walk the Proud Land (1956), Man Without a Star (1955), Bend of the River (1952), The Spoilers(1942), Days of the Badman (1958), The Tall Stranger (1957), Untamed Frontier (1952), The Oklahoman (1957), Four Guns to the Border (1954), and The Far Horizons (1955).
 

Tanganyika. Subseries 158. 1954.

Scope and Content Note

Tanganyika, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1954, directed by Andr&amp;#x00E9; De Toth, written by William R. Cox and William Sackheim. The film starred Van Heflin, Ruth Roman, Howard Duff, Jeff Morrow, and Joe Comadore. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 102

Tanganyika. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 6. Cue title: Starting for Duffy's.
Box 102

Tanganyika. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 22, "McCracken Camp."
Box 102

Tanganyika. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 2, "Harder Rescued."
Box 102

Tanganyika. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 10, "Rover Crossing" (part 1).
Box 102

Tanganyika. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 11, "Rover Crossing" (part 2).
Box 102

Tanganykia. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 21, "Dan Runs Out."
Box 103

Tanganyika. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Main title.
Box 103

Tanganyika. 1954.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 35, "End Cast."
Box 177

Tanganyika. 1954.

Box 74

Tanganyika.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 79

That Night With You.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
 

That Certain Age. Subseries 160. 1938.

Scope and Content Note

That Certain Age, a Universal Pictures production was released in 1938, directed by Edward Ludwig, and written by Charles Brackett and F. Hugh Herbert. The subseries includes manuscript music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 145, Folder 7

cue no. 24 "She Runs Upstairs" and cue no. 21-23 "Pest Finds Diary". 1938.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Additional Note

Prod. 912
 

That Night with You. Subseries 161. 1945.

Scope and Content Note

That Night with You, a Universal Pictures production was released in 1945, directed by William A. Seiter, written by Arnold Belgard and Michael Fessier. The film starred Franchot Tone, Susanna Foster, David Bruce, Louise Allbritton, Jacqueline deWit, Irene Ryan, and Buster Keaton. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 133, Folder 8

Once Upon A Dream. 1945.

Physical Description: sheet music

Scope and Content Note

This song is from the film That Night With You (1945). Alternate title: Once Upon A Dream.
Box 133, Folder 8

Once Upon A Dream. 1945.

Physical Description: sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Song from the film That Night With You (1945).
Box 103

That Night With You. 1945.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 7, "Fifth Ave. Montage."
 

That's My Man. Subseries 162. 1947.

Scope and Content Note

That's My Man, a Republic Pictures production was released in 1947, was directed by Frank Borzage, written by Steve Fisher and Bradley King. Alternate titles for the film include The Gallant Man and Will Tomorrow Ever Come? The film starred Don Ameche, Catherine McLeod, Roscoe Karns, John Ridgely, and Kitty Irish. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 68

Gallant Man, The. 1962-1963.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
 

That's the Spirit. Subseries 163. 1945.

Scope and Content Note

That's the Spirit, a Universal Pictures production was released in 1945, directed by Charles Lamont, and written by Michael Fessier and Ernest Pagano. The film starred Peggy Ryan, Jack Oakie, June Vincent, Gene Lockhart, Johnny Coy, and Buster Keaton. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 6, Folder 11

No Matter Where You Are. 1945.

Physical Description: sheet music and conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Prod. no. 1436.
Box 133, Folder 8

No Matter Where You Are. 1945.

Physical Description: sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Prod. no. 1436.
 

This Island Earth. Subseries 164. 1955.

Scope and Content Note

This Island Earth, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1955, directed by Joseph M. Newman, and written by Raymond F. Jones and Franklin Coen. The film starred Jeff Morrow, Faith Domergue, Rex Reason, Lance Fuller, and Russell Johnson. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 131

This Island Earth.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Additional Note

on item: 1A - 8C.
Box 131

This Island Earth. 30 August 1955.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Scope and Content Note

Main Title -- Jet West -- Color Blind -- From Unit #16 -- In Terocitor Montage -- Eerie Remains -- Robot Plane -- Haven't We Met -- Exeters' Mansion -- Wrong Girl -- Romance -- Minuet -- This Way Doctor -- Secret Meeting -- Neutronic Rays -- Conversion Tube -- Vermont Memories -- Transformation -- Shooting Stars -- Meteor Battle.
Box 131

This Island Earth & The Naked Alibi.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Additional Note

on item: This Island Earth 9A - 9E. The Naked Alibi 1A - 6A.
Box 75

This Island Earth.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
 

This Love of Ours. Subseries 165. 1945.

Scope and Content Note

This Love of Ours, a Universal Pictures production was released in 1945, directed by William Dieterle, and written by John D. Klorer and Leonard Lee. The film starred Merle Oberon, Claude Rains, Charles Korvin, Carl Esmond, Sue England, and Jess Barker. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 78

This Love of Ours.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
 

Thunder on the Hill. Subseries 166. 1951.

Scope and Content Note

Thunder on the Hill, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1951, directed by Douglas Sirk, written by Oscar Saul, and based on a play by Oscar Saul. The UK release title of the film was Bonaventure. The film starred Claudette Colbert, Ann Blyth, Robert Douglas, Anne Crawford, Philip Friend, and Gladys Cooper. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 129, Folder 1

Thunder on the Hill Prod. no. 1655. 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 27 "Morning Hymn and End Title"; cue no. 26 "Attempted Murder"; cue no. 28 "End Cast."

Additional Note

2 copies of each cue.
Box 129, Folder 2

Thunder on the Hill Prod. no. 1655. 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 25 "New Witness"; cue no. 23 "Last Supper"; cue no. 24 "Harmer's Mistake."

Additional Note

2 copies of each cue.
Box 129, Folder 3

Thunder on the Hill Prod. no. 1655. 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 22 "Letter Destroyed"; cue no. 21 "Willy Attacked"; cue no. 20 "Sidney's Secret Pt. 2."

Additional Note

2 copies of each cue.
Box 129, Folder 4

Thunder on the Hill Prod. no. 1655. 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 13 "Mission Accomplished Pt. 2" ; cue no. 14 "Valerie's Gift"; cue no. 15 "Perfumed Letter."

Additional Note

2 copies of each cue.
Box 129, Folder 5

Thunder on the Hill Prod. no. 1655. 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 9 "Newspaper Search Pt. 1"; cue no. 10 "Newspaper Search Pt. 2"; cue no. 11 "Journey to Norwich"; cue no. 12 "Mission Accomplished Pt. 1"

Additional Note

2 copies of each cue.
Box 129, Folder 6

Thunder on the Hill Prod. no. 1655. 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 4 and 5 "The Expectant Mother"; cue no. 6 and 6 "Soliloquy Pt. 1"; cue no. 8 "Soliloquy Pt. 2."

Additional Note

2 copies of each cue.
Box 129, Folder 7

Thunder on the Hill Prod. no. 1655. 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 1 "Main Title"; cue no. 2 "Thieving Half Wit"; cue no. 3 "Losing Phillips."

Additional Note

2 copies of each cue.
Box 129, Folder 8

Thunder on the Hill Prod. no. 1655. 1951.

Physical Description: conductor's scores

Scope and Content Note

cue no. 16 "Reverend Mother's Orders"; cue no. 17 "Chapel Bells"; cue no. 18 "Evening Hymn"; cue no. 19 "Sidney's Secret Pt. 1"

Additional Note

2 copies of each cue.
Box 131

Bonaventur.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Additional Note

on item: Reel 2 #3 - Reel 9 #2.
Box 131

Bonaventur.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Additional Note

on item: 7 1/2 IPSec 1/2 track.
Box 131

Bonaventur.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Additional Note

on item: Reel 5 #1 - Reel 10 #5.
Box 131

Bonaventur.

Physical Description: 7" reel-to-reel tape

Additional Note

on item: 7 1/2 IPSec 1/2 track.
Box 74

Thunder on the Hill.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
 

Tomahawk. Subseries 167. 1951.

Scope and Content Note

Tomahawk, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1951, directed by George Sherman, written by Daniel Jarrett and Silvia Richards. The film starred Van Heflin, Yvonne De Carlo, Alex Nicol, Preston Foster, Jack Oakie, Tom Tully, John War Eagle, and Rock Hudson. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 83

Conductor's Score. 1951.

Physical Description: manuscript
Box 108, Folder 10

Cue 23 "Julie Rides". 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 108, Folder 16

Cue 26 "Bridger's Story". 1950.

Physical Description: Conductor's score
Box 108, Folder 17

Cue 27 "Indian Flute". 1950.

Physical Description: Conductor's score
Box 108, Folder 18

Cue 25 "Bridger Kills Indian". 1950.

Physical Description: Conductor's score
Box 75

Tomahawk. undated.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 103

Tomahawk. 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Main title.
Box 103

Tomahawk. 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 6, "Bridger Slapped."
Box 104

Tomahawk. 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 12, "Six Indians."
Box 111

Tomahawk. 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 17, "Operation Arrowhead."
Box 111

Tomahawk. 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 19, "Buffalo Herd."
Box 111

Tomahawk. 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 13, "Daniel Gets Wounded."
Box 111

Tomahawk. 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 15, "Nemesis."
Box 112

Tomahawk. 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 35, "Scrawny Kid's Revenge."
Box 112

Tomahawk. 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 37, "Red Cloud Defeated."
Box 112

Tomahawk. 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 38, "End Sequence."
Box 112

Tomahawk. 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 39, "End Cast."
Box 113

Tomahawk. 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 31, "Order Disobeyed."
Box 113

Tomahawk. 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 33, "Sioux Trap."
Box 113

Tomahawk. 1950.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 34, "The Massacre."
Box 156

Tomahawk. 1951.

Box 163

Tomahawk. 1951.

 

Two Captains West. Subseries 169. undated.

Scope and Content Note

No information found on this film title. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 79

Two Captains West.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
 

Untamed Frontier. Subseries 170. 1952.

Scope and Content Note

Untamed Frontier, a Universal International Pictures production was released in 1952, directed by Hugo Fregonese, written by Gerald Drayson Adams and Gwen Bagni. The film starred Joseph Cotten, Shelley Winters, Scott Brady, Suzan Ball, Minor Watson, and Katherine Emery. The subseries includes music written for the film including orchestral parts, sheet music, and conductor's scores.
Box 143, Folder 14

Cattle on the Move, Glen Gets It, End Title Prod. no. 1692. [1952] June 20.

Physical Description: 12" sound disc

Scope and Content Note

Songs from the film Untamed Frontier (1952).
Box 80, Folder 18

Sound Recording.

Scope and Content

Publisher: Medallion Records; 12" sound disc. Recording title: Far Horizons The Western Film Scores of Hans J. Salter, 1942-1958
Musical selections from the films: Battle at Apache Pass (1952), Walk the Proud Land (1956), Man Without a Star (1955), Bend of the River (1952), The Spoilers(1942), Days of the Badman (1958), The Tall Stranger (1957), Untamed Frontier (1952), The Oklahoman (1957), Four Guns to the Border (1954), and The Far Horizons (1955).
Box 76

Untamed Frontier.

Additional Note

Bound conductor's score.
Box 100

Untamed Frontier. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 18, "Lottie."
Box 100

Untamed Frontier. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 11, "Taken for a Ride" part 2.
Box 100

Untamed Frontier. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 2, "Main Title."
Box 100

Untamed Frontier. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 2, "Main Title" Revised.
Box 101

Untamed Frontier. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 15, "Carmencita."
Box 101

Untamed Frontier. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 17, "Deceived."
Box 101

Untamed Frontier. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 49: "Denbow Range Tour."
Box 101

Untamed Frontier. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 20: "Bull Throws Man."
Box 101

Untamed Frontier. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 21: "A Prayer for Jane."
Box 101

Untamed Frontier. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 49: Denbow Range Tour.
Box 101

Untamed Frontier. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 28: "Pass the Ammunition."
Box 101

Untamed Frontier. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 23: "Untamed Fight."
Box 101

Untamed Frontier. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 24: "A Fence Between Them."
Box 101

Untamed Frontier. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 26: "Kirk and Jane."
Box 101

Untamed Frontier. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 29: "El Cefiro."
Box 101

Untamed Frontier. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 30: "Palos Verdes."
Box 101

Untamed Frontier. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 31: "Denbow Stampede."
Box 101

Untamed Frontier. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 33: "Cattle on the Move."
Box 101

Untamed Frontier. 1952.

Physical Description: conductor's score

Scope and Content Note

Cue no. 34: "Glenn Gets It."
Box 101

Untamed Frontier. 1952.