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Box 41, Folder 2

C'est La Show Boz (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 5022 1962 June 7

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 June 28 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 639; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 6

C'est La Show Boz (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 5022 1962 June 7

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 June 28 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 639; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 6

Calculated Risk (Law of the Plainsman) Prod. no. 3121 1959 December 17

Producer: Four Star-Cardiff
Producer: Peter Packer
Producer: Levy-Gardner-Laven
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

The television show Law of the Plainsman was a spinoff from The Rifleman.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 100; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 10

Calico Bait (Zane Grey Theatre) Prod. no. 2652 1960 March 17

Producer: Four Star- Zane Grey
Producer: Hal Hudson
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 March 31 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 182; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 130, Folder 4

Captain Lightfoot Prod. no. 1768 1955 February 1

Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Recorded by Universal Pictures Company Inc. at Universal City, California. Copyright list complied by Joseph Gershenson.

Note

2 copies.
Box 38, Folder 7

The Cat (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2317 1959 November 19

Producer: Four Star Pamaron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 73; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 11

Cave-In (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2373 1960 May 17

Producer: Four Star Pameron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 June 30 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 224; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 2

Chain Gang (Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no. 2519 1959 November 27

Producer: Four Star-Malcolm Enterprises
Producer: Vincent Fennelly
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 82; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 8

Chase the Dragon (Target: The Corruptors) Prod. no. 4539 1962 January 3

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 January 26 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 570; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic) Includes License Agreement.
Box 41, Folder 8

Chase the Dragon (Target: The Corruptors) Prod. no. 4539 1962 January 3

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 January 26 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 570; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 13

The Choice (Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no. 3824 1960 November 30

Producer: Four Star-Malcolm Enterprises
Producer: Ed Adamson
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 December 14 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 321; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 9

The Choice (Loretta Young Show) Prod. no. 9126 1961 February 15

Producer: John London, Toreto Films Inc.
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 February 26 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 1845; Studio: Goldwyn
Box 38, Folder 12

Christmas is a Legal Holiday (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4103 1960 December 2

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 December 23; Music Cue Sheet no.: 326; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 7

Christmas is a Legal Holiday (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4103 1960 December 2

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 December 23; Music Cue Sheet no.: 326; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 4

The Chutney Caper (The Tom Ewell Show) Prod. no. 3953 1961 March 21

Producer: Four Star-Ewell-Carroll-Martin Prods.
Producer: Hy Averback
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1961 April 4 (CBS) Music Cue Sheet no.: 459 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 13

The Chutney Caper (The Tom Ewell Show) Prod. no. 3953 1961 March 21

Producer: Four Star-Ewell-Carroll-Martin Prods.
Producer: Hy Averback
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1961 April 4 (CBS) Music Cue Sheet no.: 459 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic) 1961 May 12 revision for foreign version. Includes memo.
Box 41, Folder 15

The Chutney Caper (The Tom Ewell Show) Prod. no. 3953 1961 March 21

Producer: Four Star-Ewell-Carroll-Martin Prods.
Producer: Hy Averback
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1961 April 4 (CBS) Music Cue Sheet no.: 459 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 12

Classic Car (Peter Loves Mary) Prod. no. 4216 1960 November 1

Producer: Four Star-Mirisch-Mount Tom
Producer: William Friedberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 November 16 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 339; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 2

Cold Turkey (The Law and Mister Jones) Prod. no. 4143 1961 February 10

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 March 3 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 413; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 4

Cold Turkey (The Law and Mister Jones) Prod. no. 4143 1961 February 10

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1961 March 3 (ABC) Music Cue Sheet no.: 413 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 9

Colossus (The Dick Powell Theatre formerly The Dick Powell Show) Prod. no. 5153 1963 February 15

Producer: Four Star Television`
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1963 March 12 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 752; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 94, Folder 26

Column South music copyright 1953 January 5

Physical Description: cue sheets
Box 38, Folder 6

Common Ground (Law of the Plainsman) Prod. no. 3139 1960 January 29

Producer: Four Star-Cardiff
Producer: Peter Packer
Producer: Levy-Gardner-Laven
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

The television show Law of the Plainsman was a spinoff from The Rifleman.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 138; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 11

The Computer Goes West (The Rogues) Prod. no. 6946 1964 November 27

Producer: Four Star-Giyo
Physical Description: cue sheets, photocopy

Note

Music Director: Alfred Perry; First Air Date: 1964 December 13 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 849; Studio: Star Television (Studio Center)
Box 40, Folder 4

The Concert (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4139 1961 February 17

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 March 10; Music Cue Sheet no.: 422; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 2

The Cooperatives (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 5010 1962 May 16

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 June 7 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 635; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 5

The Cooperatives (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 5010 1962 May 16

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 June 7 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 635; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 1

The Court-Martial of Captain Wycliff (The Dick Powell Show) Prod. no. 5135 1962 November 15

Producer: Four Star Television
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1962 December 11 (NBC) Music Cue Sheet no.: 696 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 13

Courting of Libby (The Westerner) Prod. no. 3315 1960 April 28

Producer: Four Star-Winchester
Producer: Sam Peckinpah
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Television series of 13 episodes aired in 1960 on NBC and starred Brian Keith. The series was developed from a 1959 episode of Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theatre written and directed by Sam Peckinpah titled Trouble at Tres Cruces. The pilot episode aired on Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theatre on CBS as it was one of several western short-lived television shows produced by Powell's Four Star Production Company.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 November 11 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 216; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 9

The Courtship (The Lloyd Bridges Show) Prod. no. 5361 1963 February 18

Producer: Four Star-Loring-Caron
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1963 March 5 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 750; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 1

Crayton on T.V. (Mrs. G. Goes to College) Prod. no. 4620 1961 October 31

Producer: Four Star-Jahfa
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Television series that aired for one season 1961-1962 and was also known as The Gertrude Berg Show.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1961 November 15 (CBS) Music Cue Sheet no.: 536 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 131, Folder 16

Creature from the Black Lagoon music copyright 1954 February 2

Physical Description: cue sheets
Box 38, Folder 3

The Crossing (The June Allyson Show) Prod. no. 2228 1959 November 24

Producer: Four Star-Pamric Productions
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert Music Cue Sheet no.: 83 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 13

Cry Hope, Cry Hate (Zane Grey Theatre) Prod. no. 3701 1960 October 6

Producer: Four Star-Zane Grey
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 October 20 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 258; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 11

Cully (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2303 1959 September 24

Producer: Four Star Pameron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1959 October 8; Music Cue Sheet no.: 20; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 13

The Cure (Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no. 3804 1960 September 14

Producer: Four Star-Malcolm Enterprises
Producer: Ed Adamson
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 September 28; Music Cue Sheet no.: 231; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 15

Dad's Day (The Gertrude Berg Show) Prod. no. 4650 1962 March 14

Producer: Four Star Jahfa
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 March 29; Music Cue Sheet no.: 607; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 131, Folder 23

Dawn at Socorro recorded compositions list 1954 June 29

Physical Description: List #67
Box 38, Folder 7

Dead Wait (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2321 1959 November 5

Producer: Four Star Pamaron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert Music Cue Sheet no.: 57 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 4

Dead Air (Michael Shayne) Prod. no. 4450 1961 May 5

Producer: Four Star Television
Producer: Anthony Ellis
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

A detective television series that originally aired on NBC for one season in 1960-1961.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 May 19 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 498; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 12

Dead Air (Michael Shayne) Prod. no. 4450 1961 May 5

Producer: Four Star Television
Producer: Anthony Ellis
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

A detective television series that originally aired on NBC for one season in 1960-1961.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 May 19 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 498; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 12

Death Selects a Winner (Michael Shayne) Prod. no. 4416 1960 December 9

Producer: Four Star Television
Producer: Joseph Hoffman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 December 23; Music Cue Sheet no.: 335; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 5

Death of the Temple Bay (The DuPont Show with June Allyson) Prod. no. 3460 1961 March 20

Producer: Four Star-Pamric
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 April 3 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 461; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 15

Death of the Temple Bay (The DuPont Show with June Allyson) Prod. no. 3460 1961 March 20

Producer: Four Star-Pamric
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 April 3 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 461; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 10

Deception (Zane Grey Theatre) Prod. no. 2658 1960 March 31

Producer: Four Star- Zane Grey
Producer: Hal Hudson
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 April 14 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 196; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 11

Defense is Restless (The DuPont Show with June Allyson) Prod. no. 3422 1960 December 22

Producer: Four Star-Pamric
Producer: Peter Kortner
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 January 9 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 353; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 13

Defense is Restless (The DuPont Show with June Allyson) Prod. no. 3422 1960 December 22

Producer: Four Star-Pamric
Producer: Peter Kortner
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.
Box 40, Folder 11

The Derelict (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2365 1960 May 5

Producer: Four Star Pameron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 May 26 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 219; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 2

Desert Seed (Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no. 2511 1959 October 28

Producer: Four Star-Malcolm Enterprises
Producer: Vincent Fennelly
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert Music Cue Sheet no.: 54 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 5

Detour (Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no. 3840 1961 February 16

Producer: Four Star Malcolm Enterprises
Producer: Ed Adamson
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1961 March 1 (CBS) Music Cue Sheet no.: 419 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 7

Die Twice (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2327 1960 January 7

Producer: Four Star Pamaron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 119; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 9

Die Twice (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2327 1960 January 7

Producer: Four Star Pameron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 119; Cues: 21, 39, 44, 45; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 4

Doctor's Dilemma (Peter Loves Mary) Prod. no. 4250 1961 February 28

Producer: Four Star- Mirisch- Mount Tom
Producer: William Friedberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 March 15 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 433; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 11

The Doctor and the Redhead (The DuPont Show Starring June Allyson) Prod. no. 2262 1960 April 12

Producer: Four Star-Pamric Prod.
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 April 25 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 206; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 9

Doesn't Everybody (Loretta Young Show) Prod. no. 9131 1961 March 23

Producer: John London, Toreto Films Inc.
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 April 2; Music Cue Sheet no.: 1858; Studio: Goldwyn
Box 38, Folder 1

The Doomsday Boys (The Dick Powell Show) Prod. no. 5109 1962 October 16

Producer: Four Star Television
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 October 16 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 664; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 9

Double Edge (The Loretta Young Show) Prod. no. 9122 1961 January 25

Producer: John London, Toreto Films Inc.
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 February 19; Music Cue Sheet no.: 1837; Studio: Goldwyn
Box 38, Folder 12

Drivel (The Law and Mister Jones) Prod. no. 4115 1960 October 14

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 November 4 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 267; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 7

Drivel (The Law and Mister Jones) Prod. no. 4115 1960 October 14

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 November 4 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 267; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic) Includes License Agreement.
Box 38, Folder 7

East is East (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2331 1959 December 23

Producer: Four Star Pamaron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 105; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 3

Edge of Fury (The June Allyson Show) Prod. no.2234 1959 December 21

Producer: Four-Star Pamric Productions
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 103; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 9

Emergency in 114 (Loretta Young Show) Prod. no. 9133 1961 April 12

Producer: John London, Toreto Films Inc.
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 April 23; Music Cue Sheet no.: 1868; Studio: Goldwyn
Box 38, Folder 11

End of a Mission (The DuPont Show with June Allyson) Prod. no. 3432 1960 December 15

Producer: Four Star-Pamric
Producer: Peter Kortner
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 January 2; Music Cue Sheet no.: 343; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 12

The End Justifies the End (The Law and Mister Jones) Prod. no. 4121 1961 January 20

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 February 10 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 388; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 13

End of a Mission (The DuPont Show with June Allyson) Prod. no. 3432 1960 December 15

Producer: Four Star-Pamric
Producer: Peter Kortner
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 January 2 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 343; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 14

The End Justifies the End (The Law and Mister Jones) Prod. no. 4121 1961 January 20

Producer: Four Star-Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 February 10 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 388; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Folder 6

Endurance (Law of the Plainsman) Prod. no. 3133 1959 December 31

Producer: Four Star-Cardiff
Producer: Peter Packer
Producer: Levy-Gardner-Laven
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

The television show Law of the Plainsman was a spinoff from The Rifleman.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 114; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 4

The Enemy (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4165 1961 March 30

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 April 28 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 471; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 10

The Enemy (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4165 1961 March 30

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Creator/Collector: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 April 28 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 471; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 2

Everybody vs. Timmy Dayton (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4147 1961 February 27

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 March 17 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 432; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 4

Everybody vs Timmy Dayton (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4147 1961 February 27

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1961 March 17 (ABC) Music Cue Sheet no.: 432 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 2

Everybody is Money (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 5018 1962 April 24

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 May 17 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 628; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 4

Everybody is Money (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 5018 1962 April 24

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 May 17 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 628; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 12

Exit (The Law and Mister Jones) Prod. no. 4135 1961 January 6

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 January 27; Music Cue Sheet no.: 369; Cues: 21; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 2

Exit (The Law and Mister Jones) Prod. no. 4135 1961 January 6

Creator/Collector: Four Star Naxan
Creator/Collector: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 January 27; Music Cue Sheet no.: 369; Cues: 21; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 131, Folder 11

Fat Man, The music copyright 1950 November 16

Physical Description: cue sheets
Box 38, Folder 6

Fear (Law of the Plainsman) Prod. no. 3129 1959 December 24

Producer: Four Star-Cardiff
Producer: Peter Packer
Producer: Levy-Gardner-Laven
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

The television show Law of the Plainsman was a spinoff from The Rifleman.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 107; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 3

The Fifth Caller (The Dick Powell Show) Prod. no. 4741 1961 December 4

Producer: Four Star Television
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 December 19 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 554; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 3, Folder 1

Fighters of the Lake Prod. no. 6575 1955 August 18

Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Musical Director: Joseph Gershenson; Studio: Universal Pictures; Recording Location: Universal City, California.
Box 39, Folder 12

First Test (Mrs. G. Goes to College) Prod. no. 4606 1961 September 26

Producer: Four Star Jahfa
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 October 11 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 517; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 1

Fix, The (Target: The Corruptors) Prod. no. 4517 1961 December 6

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 December 22 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 556; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 1

The Fix (Target: The Corruptors) Prod. no. 4517 1961 December 6

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets
Box 130, Folder 6

Flame of Araby Prod. no. 1672 1951 August 20

Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Recorded by Universal Pictures Company Inc. at Universal City, California. Copyright list complied by Joseph Gershenson.

Note

2 copies.
Box 131, Folder 14

Flesh and Fury music copyright 1952 February 18

Physical Description: cue sheets
Box 40, Folder 4

A Fool for a Client (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4161 1961 March 24

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Hy Averback
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 April 21 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 464; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 5

For Dear Old Westfield (McKeever and the Colonel) Prod. no. 5442 1962 December 4

Producer: Four Star Harlen
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 December 30 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 707; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 9

Forbidden Guests (Loretta Young Show) Prod. no. 9123 1961 April 26

Producer: John London, Toreto Films Inc.
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 May 28; Music Cue Sheet no.: 1878; Studio: Goldwyn
Box 42, Folder 9

Forbidden Guests (Loretta Young Show) Prod. no. 9123 1961 April 26

Producer: John London, Toreto Films Inc.
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 May 28; Music Cue Sheet no.: 1878; Studio: Goldwyn
Box 41, Folder 8

Fortress of Despair (Target: The Corruptors) Prod. no. 4545 1962 January 25

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 February 16 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 582; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 7

Four Came Quietly (Johnny Ringo) music copyright 1960 January 14

Producer: Four Star Pamaron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 122; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 9

Four Came Quietly (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2337 1960 January 14

Producer: Four Star Pameron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 122; Cues: 38, 43; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 10

Freedom Is For Those That Want It (The Lloyd Bridges Show) Prod. no. 5373 1963 April 9

Producer: Four Star-Loring-Caron
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1963 April 30 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 774; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 131, Folder 13

Frenchie music copyright 1950 October 18

Physical Description: cue sheets
Box 40, Folder 5

El Gato (Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no. 3844 1961 February 9

Producer: Four Star Malcolm Enterprises
Producer: Ed Adamson
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 February 22 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 410; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 15

Gentleman Caller (The Gertrude Berg Show) Prod. no. 4648 1962 March 7

Producer: Four Star Jahfa
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 March 22 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 603; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 7

Ghost Coach (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2311 1959 October 29

Producer: Four Star Pamaron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 51; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 9

Ghost Coach (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2311 1959 October 29

Producer: Four Star Pameron-Zane Grey Prod.
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert Music Cue Sheet no.: 51 Cues: 41 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 94, Folder 25

Girls in the Night music copyright 1952 December 26

Physical Description: cue sheets
Box 38, Folder 13

Going Home (The Westerner) Prod. no. 3309 1960 September 19

Producer: Four Star-Winchester
Producer: Sam Peckinpah
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Television series of 13 episodes aired in 1960 on NBC and starred Brian Keith. The series was developed from a 1959 episode of Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theatre written and directed by Sam Peckinpah titled Trouble at Tres Cruces. The pilot episode aired on Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theatre on CBS as it was one of several western short-lived television shows produced by Powell's Four Star Production Company.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 December 2 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 251; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 94, Folder 19

The Golden Horde music copyright 1951

Physical Description: cue sheets
Box 40, Folder 1

Golden Carpet (Target: The Corruptors) Prod. no. 4509 1961 November 2

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1961 November 24 (ABC) Music Cue Sheet no.: 537 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 94, Folder 21

"The Golden Blade" music copyright 1953 June 29

Box 39, Folder 15

Goodbye, Mr. Howell (The Gertrude Berg Show) Prod. no. 4642 1962 January 31

Producer: Four Star Jahfa
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 February 15 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 585; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 2

Goodbye, Children (Target: The Corruptors) Prod. no. 4573 1962 May 18

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 June 8 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 636; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 9

The Great Gambling Raid (The Law and Mister Jones) Prod. no. 4105 1960 December 16

Producer: Four Star-Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 January 6 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 345; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 12

The Great Gambling Raid (The Law and Mister Jones) Prod. no. 4105 1960 December 16

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 January 6 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 345; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 1

A Great Day For A Scoundrel (The DuPont Show with June Allyson) Prod. no. 3448 1961 January 25

Producer: Four Star-Pamric
Producer: Peter Kortner
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 February 13 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 393; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 5

A Great Day For a Scoundrel (The DuPont Show with June Allyson) Prod. no. 3448 1961 January 25

Producer: Four Star-Pamric
Producer: Peter Kortner
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 February 13 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 393; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)

Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.
Box 38, Folder 5

Grubstake (Zane Grey Theatre) Prod. no. 2632 1959 December 10

Producer: Four Star-Zane Grey
Producer: Hal Hudson
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 93; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 13

The Guilty Heart (The DuPont Show with June Allyson 1960 December 29

Creator/Collector: Four Star-Pamric
Creator/Collector: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 January 16 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 365; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 14

The Guilty Heart (The DuPont Show with June Allyson 1960 December 29

Producer: Four Star-Pamric
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 January 16 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 365; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 10

The Gunslinger (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2351 1960 March 10

Producer: Four Star Pameron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1960 March 24 (CBS) Music Cue Sheet no.: 173 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 5

Hand on the Latch (Zane Grey Theatre) Prod. no. 2606 1959 October 15

Producer: Four Star-Zane Grey
Producer: Hal Hudson
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 42; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 4

Handy Man (The Tow Ewell Show) Prod. no. 3957 1961 April 11

Producer: Four Star-Ewell-Carroll-Martin Prods.
Producer: Hy Averback
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1961 April 25 (CBS) Music Cue Sheet no.: 478 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 1

The Haven (The DuPont Show with June Allyson) Prod. no. 3454 1961 February 15

Producer: Four Star-Pamric
Producer: Peter Kortner
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 March 6 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 417; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 5

The Haven (The DuPont Show with June Allyson)Prod. no. 3454 1961 February 15

Producer: Four Star-Pamric
Producer: Peter Kortner
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 March 6 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 417; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 13

Hero in the Dust (Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no. 3832 1961 January 18

Producer: Four Star-Malcolm Enterprises
Producer: Ed Adamson
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 February 1 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 383; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 15

High Finance (The Gertrude Berg Show) Prod. no. 4622 1962 February 13

Producer: Four Star Jahfa
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 March 1 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 591; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 13

Honor Birght (The Zane Grey Theatre) Prod. no. 385 1961 January 19

Producer: Four Star Pameron-Zane Grey Prod.
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 February 2 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 385; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 5

The Honorable Albert Higgins (The Dick Powell Show) Prod. no. 5117 1962 December 13

Producer: Four Star Television
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1963 January 1 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 714; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 12

Horace Gets Into the Act (Peter Loves Mary) Prod. no. 4236 1961 January 10

Producer: Four Star-Mirisch-Mount Tom
Producer: William Friedberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 January 25 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 374; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 14

Horace Gets Into the Act (Peter Loves Mary) Prod. no. 4236 1961 January 10

Producer: Four Star-Mirisch-Mount Tom
Producer: William Friedberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 January 25 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 374; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 131, Folder 5

Horizons West music copyright 1952 July 28

Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Includes a list of compositions that were recorded in the musical score of "Horizons West" from other films.
Box 39, Folder 6

Hostages to Fortune (The Rifleman Series) Prod. no. 5224 1963 January 16

Producer: Four Star-Suseex
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1963 February 4; Music Cue Sheet no.: 1932; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 15

How Now, Brown Cow (The Gertrude Berg Show) Prod. no. 4644 1962 February 6

Producer: Four Star Jahfa
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 February 22 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 588; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 7

The Hunters (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2307 1959 October 15

Producer: Four Star Pamaron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 40; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 6

The Impostor (Law of the Plainsman) Prod. no. 3137 1960 January 22

Producer: Four Star-Cardiff
Producer: Peter Packer
Producer: Levy-Gardner-Laven
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

The television show Law of the Plainsman was a spinoff from The Rifleman.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 132; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 12

Indian War (The Law and Mister Jones) Prod. no. 4131 1960 December 30

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 January 20 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 360; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 14

Indian War (The Law and Mister Jones) Prod. no. 4131 1960 December 30

Producer: Four Star-Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 January 20 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 360; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 12

The Invisible Government (Target: The Corruptors) Prod. no. 4505 1961 October 4

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 October 20; Music Cue Sheet no.: 522; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 4

It Takes a Heap O'Dying (Michael Shayne) Prod. no. 4466 1961 April 28

Producer: Four Star Television
Producer: Anthony Ellis
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

A detective television series that originally aired on NBC for one season in 1960-1961.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1961 May 12 (NBC) Music Cue Sheet no.: 491 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 11

It Takes a Heap O'Dying (Michael Shayne) Prod. no. 4466 1961 April 28

Producer: Four Star Television
Producer: Anthony Ellis
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

A detective television series that originally aired on NBC for one season in 1960-1961.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1961 May 12 (NBC) Music Cue Sheet no.: 491 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 2

Jason (Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no. 2527 1960 January 13

Producer: Four Star-Malcolm Enterprises
Producer: Vincent Fennelly
Physical Description: cue sheet

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert Music Cue Sheet no.: 129 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 4

Journey into Mourning (Target: The Corruptors) Prod. no. 4559 1962 March 28

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 April 13 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 614; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 13

Journey for Josh (Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no. 3808 1960 September 21

Producer: Four Star-Malcolm Enterprises
Producer: Ed Adamson
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 October 5; Music Cue Sheet no.: 239; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 10

Judgment Day (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2359 1960 March 31

Producer: Four Star Pameron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 April 14 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 195; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 9

Kid With a Gun (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2319 1959 December 10

Producer: Four Star Pameron-Zane Grey Prod.
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 90; Cues: 25; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 12

Killer in the House (The Dick Powell Show) Prod. no. 4719 1961 September 25

Producer: Four Star Television
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 October 10 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 516; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 10

Killer Instinct (Zane Grey Theatre) Prod. no. 2650 1960 March 3

Producer: Four Star- Zane Grey
Producer: Hal Hudson
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 March 17; Music Cue Sheet no.: 165; Studio: Four Star Television Republic)
Box 40, Folder 11

Killer, Choose a Card (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2369 1960 May 6

Producer: Four Star Pameron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 June 9 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 221; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 7

Killing for Cully (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2309 1959 October 9

Producer: Four Star Pamaron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Publisher: Four Star Television (Republic)
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 39; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 11

The Killing Bug (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2355 1960 April 14

Producer: Four Star Pameron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 April 28 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 207; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 94, Folder 24

King Winter music copyright 1953 February 12

Physical Description: cue sheets
Box 3, Folder 1

Kiss of Fire Prod. no. 1955 1955 March 23

Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Musical Director: Joseph Gershenson; Studio: Universal Pictures; Recording Location: Universal City, California. 3 copies.
Box 39, Folder 2

Knight of the Sun (Zane Grey Theatre) Prod. no. 3741 1961 February 23

Producer: Four Star-Zane Grey
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 March 9 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 429; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 5

Knight of the Sun (The Zane Grey Theatre) Prod. no. 3741 1961 February 23

Producer: Four Star-Zane Grey
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 March 9 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 429; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 13

The Last Bugle (The Zane Grey Theatre) Prod. no. 3717 1960 November 3

Producer: Four Star-Zane Grey
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 November 24 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 293; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 13

The Last Retreat (Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no. 3834 1960 December 28

Producer: Four Star-Malcolm Enterprises
Producer: Ed Adamson
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 January 11 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 358; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 2

Last Train From Oakdell (Peter Loves Mary) Prod. no. 4240 1961 January 24

Producer: Four Star-Mirisch-Mount Tom
Producer: William Friedberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 February 8 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 392; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 10

Last of the Private Eyes (The Dick Powell Theatre formerly The Dick Powell Show) Prod. no. 5101 1963 April 12

Producer: Four Star Television
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1963 April 30 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 777; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 10

The Last Lion (The Lloyd Bridges Show) Prod. no. 5369 1963 March 20

Producer: Four Star-Loring-Caron
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1963 April 2 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 765; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 4

Last Train From Oakdell (Peter Loves Mary) Prod. no. 4240 1961 January 24

Producer: Four Star- Mirisch- Mount Tom
Producer: William Friedberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 February 8 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 392; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 4

The Last Commencement (The Law and Mr. Jones ) Prod. no. 4157 1961 April 26

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1961 May 9 (ABC) Music Cue Sheet no.: 490 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 7

The Last Bugle (The Zane Grey Theatre) Prod. no. 3717 1960 November 3

Producer: Four Star-Zane Grey
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 November 24 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 293; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic) Includes License Agreement.
Box 42, Folder 7

The Law and Mr. Jones Air Date Schedule Revised 1962 May 24

Publisher: Four Star Naxan
Physical Description: carbon copy
Box 94, Folder 22

Law and Order music copyright 1953 January 28

Physical Description: cue sheets
Box 92, Folder 5

"Let's Kill Uncle" music copyright 1966 July 18

Box 39, Folder 2

Lethal Weapons (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4141 1961 January 26

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 February 17 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 396; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 4

Lethal Weapons (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4141 1961 January 26

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1961 February 17 (ABC) Music Cue Sheet no.: 396 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 7

The Liars (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2325 1960 January 21

Producer: Four Star Pamaron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 89; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 4

License to Steal (Target: The Corruptors) Prod. no. 4537 1962 April 12

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 May 4 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 622; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 9

The Lie (The Loretta Young Show) Prod. no. 9121 1961 January 11

Producer: John London, Toreto Films Inc.
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 January 22 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 1835; Studio: Goldwyn
Box 38, Folder 12

Life with Father In-Law (Peter Loves Mary) Prod. no. 4212 1960 October 25

Producer: Four Star-Mirisch-Mount Tom
Producer: William Friedberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 November 9; Music Cue Sheet no.: 280; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 13

Line Camp (The Westerner) Prod. no. 3311 1960 September 14

Producer: Four Star-Winchester
Producer: Sam Peckinpah
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Television series of 13 episodes aired in 1960 on NBC and starred Brian Keith. The series was developed from a 1959 episode of Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theatre written and directed by Sam Peckinpah titled Trouble at Tres Cruces. The pilot episode aired on Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theatre on CBS as it was one of several western short-lived television shows produced by Powell's Four Star Production Company. This episode was the basis for the feature film Will Penny (1968)which starred Charlton Heston. The episode and the film were both written and directed by Tom Gries.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 November 25 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 252; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 11

Lobo Lawman (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2377 1960 May 17

Producer: Four Star Pameron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 June 23 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 223; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 5

Lonely Gun (Zane Grey Theatre) Prod. no. 2612 1959 October 8

Producer: Four Star-ZaneGrey
Producer: Hal Hudson
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 32; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 12

Lonely Sunday (Mrs. G. Goes to College) Prod. no. 4602 1961 October 10

Producer: Four Star Jahfa
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 October 25 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 525; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 12

The Long Echo (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4129 1960 December 9

Producer: Four Star-Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 December 30; Music Cue Sheet no.: 336; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 2

The Long Search (Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no. 3836 1961 March 1

Producer: Four Star Malcolm Enterprises
Producer: Ed Adamson
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1961 March 15 (CBS) Music Cue Sheet no.: 434 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 4

The Long Search (Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no. 3836 1961 March 1

Producer: Four Star Malcolm Enterprises
Producer: Ed Adamson
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1961 March 15 (CBS) Music Cue Sheet no.: 434 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 5

The Long Search (Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no. 3836 1961 March 1

Producer: Four Star Malcolm Enterprises
Producer: Ed Adamson
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1961 March 15 (CBS) Music Cue Sheet no.: 434 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 7

Love Affair (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2329 1959 December 3

Producer: Four Star Pamaron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 85; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 12

Make a Million (Peter Loves Mary) Prod. no. 4208 1960 October 18

Producer: Four Star-Mirisch-Mount Tom
Producer: William Friedberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 November 2; Music Cue Sheet no.: 270; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 15

Malignant Hearts (Target: The Corruptors) Prod. no. 4551 1962 March 5

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 March 23 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 602; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 2

Man on Horseback (Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no. 2517 1959 November 18

Producer: Four Star-Malcolm Enterprises
Producer: Vincent Fennelly
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert Music Cue Sheet no.: 77 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 5

Man From Everywhere (The Zane Grey-Theatre) Prod. no. 470 1961 March 30

Producer: Four Star-Zane Grey
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 April 13 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 470; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 2

The Man Who Wanted to Die (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 5002 1962 May 10

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 May 31 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 633; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 8

A Man is Waiting to be Murdered (Target: The Corruptors) Prod. no. 4533 1961 December 14

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1962 January 5 Music Cue Sheet no.: Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 4

A Man's Castle (Target: The Corruptors) Prod. no. 4553 1962 March 8

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 March 30 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 604; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 7

The Man Who Wanted to Die (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 5002 1962 May 10

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 May 31 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 633; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 6

The Matriarch (Law of the Plainsman) Prod. no. 3141 1960 February 5

Producer: Four Star-Cardiff
Producer: Peter Packer
Producer: Levy-Gardner-Laven
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

The television show Law of the Plainsman was a spinoff from The Rifleman.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 144; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 8

Maxie's Silent Partner (Mrs. G. Goes to College) Prod. no. 4636 1962 December 19

Producer: Four Star-Jahfa
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 November 1 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 564; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 10

McKeever Meets Munroe (McKeever and the Colonel) Prod. no. 5470 1963 March 26

Producer: Four Star Harlen
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1963 April 14 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 768; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 4

Mea Culpa (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4155 1961 March 17

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 April 7 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 455; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 15

Mea Culpa (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4155 1961 March 17

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 April 7 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 455; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 131, Folder 10

Meet Danny Wilson music copyright 1951

Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

A typed memo is attached to the cue sheets to Salter from Ruth.
Box 38, Folder 2

Mental Lapse (Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no. 2525 1959 December 15

Producer: Four Star-Malcolm Enterprises
Producer: Vincent Fennelly
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 102; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 8

The Middleman (Target: The Corruptors) Prod. no. 4529 1962 January 9 &amp; 10

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 February 2 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 573; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 12

The Million Dollar Dump (Target: The Corruptors) Prod. no. 4501 1961 September 8

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 September 29 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 508; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 3, Folder 1

Modern Minute Men Prod. no. 6570 1955 August 2

Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Musical Director: Joseph Gershenson; Studio: Universal Pictures; Recording Location: Universal City, California.
Box 38, Folder 3

Moment of Fear (The June Allyson Show) Prod. no. 2238 1960 January 11

Producer: Four Star-Pamric Productions
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 124; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 5

Monday Morning (Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no. 3848 1961 Fenruary 23

Producer: Four Star Malcolm Enterprises
Producer: Ed Adamson
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1961 March 8 (CBS) Music Cue Sheet no.: 428 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 13

The Mormons (The Zane Grey Theatre) Prod. no. 3719 1960 December 1

Producer: Four Star-Zane Grey
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 December 15 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 323; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 2

Most Beautiful Woman (Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no. 2531 1960 January 6

Producer: Four Star-Malcolm Enterprises
Producer: Vincent Fennelly
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 123; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 1

The Moth (The DuPont Show with June Allyson) Prod. no. 3450 1961 February 8

Producer: Four Star-Pamric
Producer: Peter Kortner
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 February 27 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 408; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 5

The Moth (The DuPont Show with June Allyson) Prod. no. 3450 1961 February 8

Producer: Four Star-Pamric
Producer: Peter Kortner
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 February 27 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 408; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 8

The Mother Affair (The Gertrude Berg Show) Prod. 4630 1962 January 17

Producer: Four Star-Jahfa
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 February 1 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 577; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 12

The Movie Star (Peter Loves Mary) Prod. no. 4228 1961 January 3

Producer: Four Star-Mirisch-Mount Tom
Producer: William Friedberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 January 18; Music Cue Sheet no.: 263; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 13

Mr. Shrewd (The Tom Ewell Show) Prod. no. 3935 1961 January 10

Producer: Four Star-Ewell-Carroll-Martin Prods.
Producer: Hy Averback
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 January 24 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 373; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 14

Mr. Shrewd (The Tom Ewell Show) Prod. no. 3935 1961 January 10

Producer: Four Star-Ewell-Carroll-Martin Prods.
Producer: Hy Averback
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 January 24 (cbs); Music Cue Sheet no.: 373; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 4

Mr. Santini Writes a Letter (Peter and Mary) Prod. no. 4264 1961 April 25

Producer: Four Star- Mirisch- Mount Tom
Producer: William Friedberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1961 May 10 (NBC) Music Cue Sheet no.: 488 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 11

Mr. Santini Writes a Letter (Peter and Mary) Prod. no. 4264 1961 April 25

Producer: Four Star- Mirisch- Mount Tom
Producer: William Friedberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1961 May 10 (NBC) Music Cue Sheet no.: 488 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 15

Mr. Shrewd (The Tom Ewell Show) Prod. no. 3935 1961 January 10

Producer: Four Star-Ewell-Carroll-Martin Prods.
Producer: Hy Averback
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 January 24 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 373; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic) Revised for cues 3 and 20 on 1961 March 20 Includes memo.
Box 38, Folder 7

Mrs. Ringo (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2345 1960 January 28

Producer: Four Star Pamaron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 135; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 12

Mrs. G Meets Dr. Hennesey (Mrs. G Goes to College) Prod. no. 4612 1961 October 17

Producer: Four Star Jahfa
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 November 1 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 529; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 1

Mrs. G Meets the Faculty (Mrs. G. Goes to College) Prod no. 4608 1961 December 5

Producer: Four Star-Jahfa
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Television series that aired for one season 1961-1962 and was also known as The Gertrude Berg Show.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 December 20 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 555; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 1

Mrs. G. Meets Dr. Hennesey (Mrs. G Goes to College) Prod. no. 4612 1961 October 17

Producer: Four Star-Jahfa
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Television series that aired for one season 1961-1962 and was also known as The Gertrude Berg Show.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 November 1(CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.:529; Cues: 14, 15, 16, 17, &amp; 20; Includes memo.
Box 41, Folder 8

Mrs. G's Private Telephone (Mrs. G Goes to College) Prod. no. 4614 1961 December12

Producer: Four Star-Jahfa
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 December 27 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 560; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 12

Music to Hurt By (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4101 1960 September 23

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 October 14; Music Cue Sheet no.: 248; Cues: 29, 39; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 7

Music to Hurt By (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4101 1960 September 23

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 October 14; Music Cue Sheet no.: 248; Cues: 29, 39; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic) Includes License Agreement.
Box 41, Folder 2

My Worthy Colleague (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 5026 1962 June 14

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 July 5 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 640; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 7

My Worthy Colleague (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 5026 1962 June 14

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 July 5 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 640; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 9

My Own Master (The Loretta Young Show) Prod. no. 9115 1960 November 29

Producer: John London, Toreto Films Inc.
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 December 18 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 1817; Studio: Goldwyn
Box 38, Folder 5

Never Too Late (Zane Grey Theater) Prod. no. 2638 1960 January 21

Producer: Four Star- Zane Grey
Producer: Hal Hudson
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 131; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 15

Never the Twain (Robert Taylor in The Detectives) Prod. no. 4949 1962 March 9

Producer: Four Star-Bentley-Blackpool
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 March 23 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 605; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 9

Never the Twain (Robert Taylor in The Detectives) Prod. no. 4949 1962 March 9

Producer: Four Star-Bentley-Blackpool
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 March 23 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 605; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 12

No Sale (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4113 1960 November 11

Producer: Four Star-Hilgarde
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 December 2; Music Cue Sheet no.: 302; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 4

No Law For Ghosts (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4133 1961 May 4

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 May 26 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 496; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 4

No Shroud for Shayne (Michael Shayne) Prod. no. 4464 1961 April 21

Producer: Four Star Television
Producer: Anthony Ellis
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

A detective television series that originally aired on NBC for one season in 1960-1961.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1961 May 5 (NBC) Music Cue Sheet no.: 486 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 7

No Sale (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4113 1960 November 11

Producer: Four Star-Hilgarde
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 December 2; Music Cue Sheet no.: 302; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 11

No Shroud for Shayne (Michael Shayne) Prod. no. 4464 1961 April 21

Producer: Four Star Television
Producer: Anthony Ellis
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

A detective television series that originally aired on NBC for one season in 1960-1961.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1961 May 5 (NBC) Music Cue Sheet no.: 486 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 12

No Law For Ghosts (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4133 1961 May 4

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 May 26 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 496; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 4

No News is Good News (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 5004 1962 March 15

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 April 19 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 608; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 9

No Margin For Error (The Loretta Young Show) Prod. no. 9110 1960 October 25

Producer: John London, Toreto Films Inc.
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 November 13 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 1804; Studio: Goldwyn
Box 41, Folder 2

Nobody Gets Hurt (Target: The Corruptors) Prod no. 4547 1962 May 14

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 June 1 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 634; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 9

Not in Our Stars (Loretta Young Show) Prod. no. 9135 1961 May 10

Producer: John London, Toreto Films Inc.
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 June 4 ; Music Cue Sheet no.: 1880; Studio: Goldwyn
Box 42, Folder 9

Not in Our Stars (Loretta Young Show) Prod. no. 9135 1961 May 10

Producer: John London, Toreto Films Inc.
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 June 4 ; Music Cue Sheet no.: 1880; Studio: Goldwyn
Box 39, Folder 5

Now, Take Your Average Rock (The Lloyd Bridges Show) Prod. no. 5309 1962 December 10

Producer: Four Star-Loring-Caron
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 December 25 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 711; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 1

The Old Fashioned Way (The DuPont Show with June Allyson) Prod. no. 3440 1961 January 31

Producer: Four Star-Pamric
Producer: Peter Kortner
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 February 20 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 400; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 5

The Old Fashioned Way (The DuPont Show with June Allyson) Prod. no. 3440 1961 January 31

Producer: Four Star-Pamric
Producer: Peter Kortner
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 February 20 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 400; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 10

Once Upon a Knight (The DuPont Show Starring June Allyson) Prod. no. 2256 1960 March 14

Producer: Four Star-Pamric Prod.
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 March 28 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 179; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 4

One by One (The Law and Mister Jones) Prod. no. 4159 1961 April 13

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 May 5 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 480; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 4

One for the Money (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4137 1961 February 3

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 February 24 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 404; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 8

One for the Road (Target: The Corruptors) Prod. no. 548 1961 November 22

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 January 12 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 548; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 11

One by One (The Law and Mister Jones) Prod. no. 4159 1961 April 13

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 May 5 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 480; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 15

One for the Money (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4137 1961 February 3

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 February 24 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 404; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic) Revised 1961 March 22 for cues 21-31
Box 38, Folder 12

Operation Red Dress Revised (Peter Loves Mary) Prod. no. 4218 1960 December 12 &amp; 27

Producer: Four Star-Mirisch-Mount Tom
Producer: William Friedberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 January 11; Music Cue Sheet no.: 339; Cues: 4, 5, 6, 12, 13; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 12

Operation Red Dress Revised (Peter Loves Mary) Prod. no. 4218 1960 December 12 &amp; 27

Producer: Four Star-Mirisch-Mount Tom
Producer: William Friedberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 January 11; Music Cue Sheet no.: 339; Cues: 4, 5, 6, 12, 13; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 11

Operation Red Dress (Peter Loves Mary) Prod. no. 4218 1960 December 12 &amp; 27

Producer: Four Star-Mirisch-Mount Tom
Producer: William Friedberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 January 11; Music Cue Sheet no.: 339; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 5

Operation Intrigue (Ensign O'Toole) Prod. no. 5533 1962 December 20

Producer: Four Star-Lederer
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1963 January 13 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 719; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 8

Operation: Arrivederci (Ensign O'Toole) Prod. no. 5545 1963 February 12

Producer: Four Star-Lederer
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1963 March 3 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 747; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 10

Operation: Arctic (Ensign O'Toole) Prod. no. 5551 1963 March 12

Producer: Four Star-Lederer
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1963 March 31 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 763; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 4

The Organizer Par II (Target: The Corruptors) Prod. no. 4569 1962 May 4

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 May 25 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 632; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 2

Our Man in Rome (The DuPont Show with June Allyson) Prod. no. 3456-P 1961 March 6

Producer: Four Star-Pamric
Producer: Stanley Kallis
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 March 27 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 443; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 4

Our Man in Marawat (The Rogues) Prod. no. 6060 1965 March 4

Producer: Four Star-Giyo
Physical Description: cue sheets, photocopy

Note

Music Director: Alfred Perry; First Air Date: 1965 March 14 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 874; Studio: Star Television (Studio Center)
Box 40, Folder 5

Our Man in Rome (The DuPont Show with June Allyson) Prod. no. 3456-P 1961 March 6

Producer: Four Star-Pamric
Producer: Stanley Kallis
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 March 27 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 443; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 5

Our Man in Rome (The DuPont Show with June Allyson) Prod. no. 3456-P 1961 March 6

Producer: Four Star-Pamric
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 March 27 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 443; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 5

Our Man in Rome (The DuPont Show with June Allyson) Prod. no. 3456-P 1961 March 6

Producer: Four Star-Pamric
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 March 27 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 443; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 5

Our Man in Rome (The DuPont Show with June Allyson) Prod. no. 3456-P 1961 March 6

Producer: Four Star-Pamric
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 March 27 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 443; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 94, Folder 23

Out of the Earth music copyright 1953 March 20

Physical Description: cue sheets
Box 38, Folder 13

The Ox (Zane Grey Theatre) Prod. no. 3705 1960 October 20

Producer: Four Star-Zane Grey
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 November 3 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 273; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 7

The Ox (Zane Grey Theatre) Prod. no. 3705 1960 October 20

Producer: Four Star-Zane Grey
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 November 3 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 273; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic) Includes License Agreement.
Box 38, Folder 2

The Partners (Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no. 2533 1960 January 20

Producer: Four Star-Malcolm Enterprises
Producer: Vincent Fennelly
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 134; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 5

The Partners (Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no. 2533 1960 January 20

Producer: Four Star Malcolm Enterprises
Producer: Vincent Fennelly
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert Music Cue Sheet no.: 134 Cues: 34 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 8

Peace Corps (The Gertrude Berg Show) Prod. no. 4632 1961 January 23

Producer: Four Star-Jahfa
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 February 8 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 581; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 12

Peter Gets The Business (Peter Loves Mary) Prod. no. 4230 1960 December 6

Creator/Collector: Four Star-Mirisch-Mount Tom
Producer: William Friedberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 December 21 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 330; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 12

Peter Joins a Committee (Peter Loves Mary) Prod. no. 4214 1960 November 15

Producer: Four Star-Mirisch-Mount Tom
Producer: William Friedberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 November 30 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 306; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 7

Peter Gets The Business (Peter Loves Mary) Prod. no. 4230 1960 December 6

Producer: Four Star-Mirisch-Mount Tom
Producer: William Friedberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 December 21 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 330; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 7

Peter Joins a Committee (Peter Loves Mary) Prod. no. 4214 1960 November 15

Producer: Four Star-Mirisch-Mount Tom
Producer: William Friedberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 November 30 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 306; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 1

Piano Man (The DuPont Show Starring June Allyson) Prod. no. 2250 1960 Feburary 16

Producer: Four Star-Pamric Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The Dupont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert Music Cue Sheet no.: 153 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 1

Piece of Tomorrow (Robert Taylor in The Detectives) Prod. no. 4917 1961 October 27

Producer: Four Star- Bentley- Blackpool
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Television series that aired on NBC from 1959-1962. The show was also known as Robert Taylor's Detectives, The Detectives, and The Detectives, Starring Robert Taylor.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1961 November 10 (NBC) Music Cue Sheet no.: 534 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 12

Pier 60 (Target: The Corruptors) Prod. no. 4507 1961 September 21

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 October 6 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 514; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 12

The Platinum Highway (Target: The Corruptors) Prod. no. 4503 1961 September 28

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 October 13 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 518; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 8

Play it Blue (Target: The Corruptors) Prod. no. 4523 1961 December 27

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 January 19 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 566; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 2

Poor Eddie's Dead (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 5012 1962 June 21

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 July 12 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 641; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 4

Poor Eddie's Dead (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 5012 1962 June 21

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 July 12 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 641; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 12

The Poppy Vendor (Target: The Corruptors) Prod. no. 4513 1961 October 6

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 October 27 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 523; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 7

The Posse (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2305 1959 October 22

Producer: Four Star Pamaron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 46; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 7

Poster Incident (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2333 1959 December 31

Producer: Four Star Pamaron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 112; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 9

Poster Incident (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2333 1959 December 31

Producer: Four Star Pameron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.:112; Cues: 15, 39; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 9

The Preliminaries (Loretta Young Show) Prod. no. 9127 1961 March 8

Producer: John London, Toreto Films Inc.
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 March 19 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 1854; Studio: Goldwyn
Box 40, Folder 1

Prison Empire (Target: The Corruptors) Prod. no. 4535 1961 November 30

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 December 15 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 552; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 11

Prison Trail (Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no. 2551 1960 April 26

Producer: Four Star Malcolm Enterprises
Producer: Vincent Fennelly
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 May 14; Music Cue Sheet no.: 215; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 9

Prison Empire (Target: The Corruptors) Prod. no. 4535 1961 November 30

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 December 15 (ABC); Revised: 1962 July 13 Music Cue Sheet no.: 552; Cues: 40, 41 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic) Includes memo.
Box 39, Folder 5

Project X (The Dick Powell Show) Prod. no. 5129 1962 November 29

Producer: Four Star Television
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1963 January 8 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 721; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 12

Promise of Life (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4117 1960 October 28

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Stanley Kallis
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 November 18; Music Cue Sheet no.: 284; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 7

Promise of Life (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4117 1960 October 28

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Stanley Kallis
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 November 18; Music Cue Sheet no.: 284; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 4

Prying Eye (The Tom Ewell Show) Prod. no. 3947 1961 March 14

Producer: Four Star-Ewell-Carroll-Martin Prods.
Producer: Hy Averback
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 March 28 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 450; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 3

Prying Eye (The Tom Ewell Show) Prod. no. 3947 1961 March 14

Producer: Four Star-Ewell-Carroll-Martin Prods.
Producer: Hy Averback
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 March 28 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 450; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 3, Folder 1

The Purple Mask Prod. no. 1782 1955 May 16

Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Musical Director: Joseph Gershenson; Studio: Universal Pictures; Recording Location: Universal City, California. 2 copies
Box 38, Folder 6

Question of Courage (Law of the Plainsman) Prod. no. 3143 1960 February 12

Producer: Four Star-Cardiff
Producer: Peter Packer
Producer: Levy-Gardner-Laven
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

The television show Law of the Plainsman was a spinoff from The Rifleman.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 151; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 12

A Question of Guilt (The Law and Mister Jones) Prod. no. 4109 1960 November 25

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 December 16 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 318; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 7

A Question of Guilt (The Law and Mister Jones) Prod. no. 4109 1960 November 25

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 December 16 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 318; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic) Includes License Agreement.
Box 40, Folder 2

Quicksand (Target: The Corruptors) Prod. no. 4531 1961 December 7

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 December 29 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 557; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 4

Quiet Town (The Law and Mister Jones) Prod. no. 4167 1961 April 20

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 May 12 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 485; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 11

Quiet Town (The Law and Mister Jones) Prod. no. 4167 1961 April 20

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 May 12 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 485; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 9

Quiet Desperation (The Loretta Young Show) Prod no. 9125 1961 January 25

Producer: John London, Toreto Films Inc.
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 February 5 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 1836; Studio: Goldwyn
Box 40, Folder 10

Rabbit's Fang (Law of the Plainsman) Prod. no. 3149 1960 March 11

Producer: Four Star Cardiff
Producer: Peter Packer
Producer: Levy-Gardner-Laven
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 March 24 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 175; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 9

The Rafferty's (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2347 1960 February 18

Producer: Four Star Pameron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 March 3; Music Cue Sheet no.: 155; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 7

Rage of Silence (The Dick Powell Show) Prod. no. 5157 1963 January 10

Producer: Four Star Television
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1963 January 29 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 731; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 7

Rain Man (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2315 1959 November 12

Producer: Four Star Pamaron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 64; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 13

Ransom (Zane Grey Theatre) Prod. no. 3715 1960 November 2

Producer: Four Star-Zane Grey
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 November 17 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 290; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 3, Folder 1

The Rawhide Years Prod. no. 1792 1955 August 10

Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Musical Director: Joseph Gershenson; Studio: Universal Pictures; Recording Location: Universal City, California.
Box 40, Folder 1

Red, Red Rose (Mrs. G. Goes to College) Prod. no. 4610 1961 November 7

Producer: Four Star-Jahfa
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Television series that aired for one season 1961-1962 and was also known as The Gertrude Berg Show.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 November 22 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 540; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 5

The Release (The Zane Grey Theatre) Prod. no. 3759 1961 March 16

Producer: Four Star-Zane Grey
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1961 April 27 (CBS) Music Cue Sheet no.: 457 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 15

The Release (The Zane Grey Theatre) Prod. no. 3759 1961 March 16

Producer: Four Star-Zane Grey
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1961 April 27 (CBS) Music Cue Sheet no.: 457 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 7

Reno Brothers (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2343 1960 February 11

Producer: Four Star-Pamaron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 149; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 11

Reputation For Murder (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2375 1960 May 10

Producer: Four Star Pameron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 June 16 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 222; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 1

Reunion (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 5008 1962 April 10

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 May 3 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 620; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 4

Reunion (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 5008 1962 April 10

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 May 3 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 620; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 14

Ricochet (The Dick Powell Show) Prod. no. 4715 1961 September 18

Producer: Four Star Television
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 October 3 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 512; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 12

Ricochet (The Dick Powell Show) Prod. no. 4715 1961 September 18

Producer: Four Star Television
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 October 3 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 512; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 1

Romance for Maxie (Mrs. G. Goes to College) Prod. no. 4626 1961 November 14

Producer: Four Star-Jahfa
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Television series that aired for one season 1961-1962 and was also known as The Gertrude Berg Show.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 November 29 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 543; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 4

Safari (The Dick Powell Show) Prod. no. 4763 1962 February 21

Producer: Four Star Television
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 April 3 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 609; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 12

Safety Lesson (The Tom Ewell Show) Prod. no. 3913 1960 September 27

Producer: Four Star-Ewell-Carroll-Martin Prods.
Producer: Hal Averback
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 October 11 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 243; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 7

Safety Lesson (The Tom Ewell Show) Prod. no. 3913 1960 September 27

Producer: Four Star-Ewell-Carroll-Martin Prods.
Producer: Hal Averback
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 October 11 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 243; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic) Includes License Agreement.
Box 41, Folder 1

Saladin and the Great Crusades (Showcase/Spectacular) Prod. no. 1942 undated

Producer: Lotus Films
Physical Description: cue sheets, photocopy

Note

Studio: Egypt Cues: 4
Box 40, Folder 5

The Scar (The Zane Grey Theatre) Prod. no. 3721 1961 February 16

Producer: Four Star-Zane Grey
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 March 2 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 420; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 1

The Sea Witch (The Dick Powell Show) Prod. no. 5111 1962 October 4

Producer: Four Star Television
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 October 23 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 669; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 10

Seed of Evil (Zane Grey Theatre) Prod. no. 2654 1960 March 24

Producer: Four Star- Zane Grey
Producer: Hal Hudson
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 April 7; Music Cue Sheet no.: 189; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 12

Semper Fidelis (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4123 1960 October 21

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 November 11; Music Cue Sheet no.: 275; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 6

Semper Fidelis (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4123 1960 October 21

Producer: unknown
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Two duplicate memos dated July 5, 1961 verifying the delivery of copyright paperwork for this episode of The Law and Mr. Jones.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 November 11 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 275; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic) Two copies of copyright form.
Box 41, Folder 7

Semper Fidelis (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4123 1960 October 21

Producer: unknown
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 November 11 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 275; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic) Two copies of copyright form. Includes License Agreement.
Box 131, Folder 12

Shakedown music copyright 1950 August 16

Physical Description: cue sheets
Box 40, Folder 11

Shoot the Moon (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2367 1960 May 5

Producer: Four Star Pameron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 June 2 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 220; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 145, Folder 1

Sign of the Pagan Prod. no. 1758 1954 October 25

Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

2 copies of music cues in standard version; 2 copies of music cues in CinemaScope version.

Note

Recorded by Universal Pictures Company Inc. at Universal City, California. Copyright list complied by Joseph Gershenson.
Box 38, Folder 13

Silent Panic (The DuPont Show with June Allyson) Prod. no. 3426 1960 December 1

Producer: Four Star-Pamric
Producer: Peter Kortner
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 December 22 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 324; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 1

Silent Partner (Target: The Corruptors) Prod. no. 4525 1961 November 16

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 December 8 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 544; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 7

Silent Panic (The DuPont Show with June Allyson) Prod. no. 3426 1960 December 1

Producer: Four Star-Pamric
Producer: Peter Kortner
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 December 22 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 324; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 11

Single Debt (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2361 1960 April 28

Producer: Four Star Pameron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 May 12 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 214; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 9

Sister Slugger (The DuPont Show Starring June Allyson) Prod. no. 2252 1960 February 29

Producer: Four Star-Pamric Prod.
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 March 14; Music Cue Sheet no.: 162; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 11

Slip of the Tongue (The DuPont Show Starring June Allyson) Prod. no. 2258 1960 March 28

Producer: Four Star-Pamric Prod.
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 April 11 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 199; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 9

Small Town That Died (Zane Grey Theatre) Prod. no. 2648 1960 February 25

Producer: Four Star- Zane Grey
Producer: Hal Hudson
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 March 10; Music Cue Sheet no.: 159; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 11

Soft Cargo (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2335 1960 April 21

Producer: Four Star Pameron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 May 5 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 210; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 9

The Spark (Loretta Young Show) Prod. no. 9116 and 9117 1961 March 1

Producer: John London, Toreto Films Inc.
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 1881; Studio: Goldwyn
Box 3, Folder 1

The Spoilers Prod. no. 1790 1955 July 12

Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Musical Director: Joseph Gershenson; Studio: Universal Pictures; Recording Location: Universal City, California.
Box 40, Folder 11

Stagecoach to Yuma (Zane Grey Theatre) Prod. no. 2656 1960 April 21

Producer: Four Star- Zane Grey
Producer: Hal Hudson
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 May 5 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 211; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 94, Folder 20

"The Stand at Apache River" music copyright 1953 June 25

Box 94, Folder 20

The Stand at Apache River music copyright 1953

Physical Description: cue sheets
Box 38, Folder 12

A Star is Born (Peter Love Mary) Prod. no. 4204 1960 November 8

Producer: Four Star-Mirisch-Mount Tom
Producer: William Friedberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 November 23; Music Cue Sheet no.: 297; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 7

A Star is Born (Peter Love Mary) Prod. no. 4204 1960 November 8

Producer: Four Star-Mirisch-Mount Tom
Producer: William Friedberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 November 23; Music Cue Sheet no.: 297; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic) Includes License Agreement.
Box 42, Folder 10

Stefanini Dowry (The Rogues) Prod. no. 6006 1964 September 4

Producer: Four Star-Giyo
Physical Description: cue sheets, photocopy

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1964 September 27 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 808; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 10

Stella (Zane Grey Theatre) Prod. no. 3153 1960 March 18

Producer: Four Star Cardiff
Producer: Peter Packer
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 March 31 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 183; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 5

Storm Over Eden (The Zane Grey Theatre) Prod. no. 3763 1961 April 19

Producer: Four Star-Zane Grey
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 May 4 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 464; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 12

Storyville Gang (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4127 1960 November 4

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 November 25; Music Cue Sheet no.: 294; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 6

Storyville Gang (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4127 1960 November 4

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 November 25 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 294; Cues: 1, 6, 7, 13-19 Revised: 1961 August 9 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 7

Storyville Gang (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4127 1960 November 4

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 November 25; Music Cue Sheet no.: 294; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 131, Folder 19

A Stranger In My Arms music copyright 1959 January 20

Physical Description: cue sheets
Box 40, Folder 11

The Stranger (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2363 1960 April 29

Producer: Four Star Pameron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 May 19 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 217; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 9

Subtle Danger (The Loretta Young Show) Prod. no. 9119 1960 December 21

Producer: John London, Toreto Films Inc.
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 January 15 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 1828; Studio: Goldwyn
Box 40, Folder 10

Sundown Smith (Zane Grey Theatre) Prod. no. 2646 1960 March 10

Producer: Four Star- Zane Grey
Producer: Hal Hudson
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 March 24 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 174; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 5

The Sunday Man (Zane Grey Theatre) Prod. no. 2642 1960 February 11

Producer: Four Star-Zane Grey
Producer: Hal Hudson
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 150; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 8

Sunday Dinner (The Gertrude Berg Show) Prod. no. 4638 1962 January 12

Producer: Four Star-Jahfa
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 January 25 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 575; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 13

Surprise Witness (Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no.3820 1960 October 19

Producer: Four Star-Malcolm Enterprises
Producer: Ed Adamson
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 November 2 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 272; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 131, Folder 15

Tanganyika music copyright 1954 March 29

Physical Description: cue sheets
Box 38, Folder 3

Tender Shoot (The June Allyson Show) Prod. no. 2214 1959 September 29

Producer: Four Star-Pamric Productions
Producer: Alvin Cooperman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 33; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 2

That Certain Age (Peter Loves Mary) Prod. no. 4242 1961 February 7

Producer: Four Star-Mirisch-Mount Tom
Producer: William Friedberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 February 22 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 407; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 4

That Certain Age (Peter Loves Mary) Prod. no. 4242 1961 February 7

Producer: Four Star- Mirisch- Mount Tom
Producer: William Friedberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1961 February 22 (NBC) Music Cue Sheet no.: 407 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 9

These Few Years (The Loretta Young Show) Prod. no. 9114 1960 November 29

Producer: John London, Toreto Films Inc.
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 December 11 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 1816; Studio: Goldwyn
Box 41, Folder 2

Thicker Than Water (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 5020 1962 May 25

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 June 14 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 637; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 5

Thicker Than Water (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 5020 1962 May 25

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 June 14 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 637; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 131, Folder 20

This Island Earth music copyright 1955 March 1

Physical Description: cue sheets
Box 42, Folder 9

Those at the Top (Loretta Young Show) Prod. no. 9134 1961 April 26

Producer: John London, Toreto Films Inc.
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 May 7; Music Cue Sheet no.: 1873; Studio: Goldwyn
Box 38, Folder 13

Three For One (Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no. 3828 1960 December 7

Producer: Four Star-Malcolm Enterprises
Producer: Ed Adamson
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 December 21 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 331; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 131, Folder 8

Thunder on the Hill music copyright 1951 May 25

Physical Description: cue sheets
Box 40, Folder 11

Tinhorn (The Rifleman Series) Prod. no. 4856 1962 February 20

Producer: Four Star-Sussex
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 March 12; Music Cue Sheet no.: 1906; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 13

To the Victor (Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no. 3814 1960 October 25

Producer: Four Star-Malcolm Enterprises
Producer: Ed Adamson
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 November 9 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 279; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 9

To Walk with the Stars (The Lloyd Bridges Show) Prod. no. 5351 1963 February 11

Producer: Four Star-Loring-Caron
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1963 February 26 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 746; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 1

To Wear a Badge (Target: The Corruptors) Prod. no. 4521 1961 November 9

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 December 1 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 541; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 2

Tolliver Bender (Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no. 2535 1960 January 27

Producer: Four Star- Malcolm Enterprises
Producer: Vincent Fennelly
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 139; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 12

Tom Puts the Girls to Work (The Tom Ewell Show) Prod. no. 3909 1960 October 11

Producer: Ewell-Carroll-Martin Prods.
Producer: Hal Averback
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 November 1 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 266; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 131, Folder 21

Tomahawk music copyright 1950 October 13

Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Includes a list of compositions recorded in the musical score of "Tomahawk" from other films.
Box 38, Folder 13

The Treasure (The Westerner) Prod. no. 3313 1960 September 8

Producer: Four Star-Winchester Prods.
Producer: Sam Peckinpah
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Television series of 13 episodes aired in 1960 on NBC and starred Brian Keith. The series was developed from a 1959 episode of Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theatre written and directed by Sam Peckinpah titled Trouble at Tres Cruces. The pilot episode aired on Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theatre on CBS as it was one of several western short-lived television shows produced by Powell's Four Star Production Company.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 October 14 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 227; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 3

Trial by Fear (The June Allyson Show) Prod. no. 2246 1960 January 25

Producer: Four Star-Pamric Productions
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 133; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 13

The Trial (Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no. 3802 1960 September 7

Producer: Four Star-Malcolm Enterprises
Producer: Ed Adamson
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 September 21; Music Cue Sheet no.: 230; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 9

The Trophy (The Law and Mister Jones) Prod. no. 4119 1960 December 22

Producer: Four Star-Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 January 13; Music Cue Sheet no.: 352; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 12

The Trophy (The Law and Mister Jones) Prod. no. 4119 1960 December 22

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 January 13 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 352; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 1

The Trouble with Crayton (Mrs. G Goes to College) Prod. no. 4618 1961 November 11

Producer: Four Star-Jahfa
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Television series that aired for one season 1961-1962 and was also known as The Gertrude Berg Show.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 December 6 (CBS; Music Cue Sheet no.: 547; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic
Box 38, Folder 13

The Twain Shall Meet (Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no. 3812 1960 October 5

Producer: Four Star-Malcolm Enterprises
Producer: Ed Adamson
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 October 19 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 257; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 2

The Tyrant(Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no. 2507 1959 October 14

Producer: Four Star-Malcolm Enterprises
Producer: Vincent Fennelly
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert Music Cue Sheet no.: 43 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 12

Unbury the Dead (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4107 1960 January 13

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 February 3 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 378; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 14

Unbury the Dead (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4107 1961 January 13

Producer: Four Star-Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 February 3 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 378; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 6

Unbury the Dead (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4107 1961 January 13

Producer: Four Star-Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 February 3 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 378; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic) Two copies of copyright form
Box 40, Folder 9

Uncertain Vengeance (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2349 1960 February 25

Producer: Four Star Pameron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 March 10; Music Cue Sheet no.: 158; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 155

Copyright material

Note

Includes partial filmography list.
Box 170

Copyright material

Box 39, Folder 13

Up Jumped the Devil (The Dick Powell) Prod. no. 4733 1961 November 13

Producer: Four Star Television
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 November 28 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 542; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 131, Folder 4

Up and Over (N.Y. Short) music copyright 1959 April 22

Physical Description: cue sheets
Box 131, Folder 9

Up Front music copyright 1951 February 28

Physical Description: cue sheets
 

The Veils of Baghdad music copyright 1953

Physical Description: cue sheets
Box 94, Folder 19

"The Veils of Bagdad" music copyright 1953 April 24

Box 94, Folder 19

Veils of Baghdad, The music copyright 1953

Box 40, Folder 10

Vendetta (Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no. 2545 1960 March 23

Producer: Four Star Malcolm Enterprises
Producer: Vincent Fennelly
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 April 9 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 192; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 4

A Very Special Citizen (The Law and Mister Jones) Prod. no. 4149 1961 March 2

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 March 24 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 436; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 10

The Vindicator (Johnny Ringo) Prod. no. 2353 1960 March 17

Producer: Four Star Pameron-Zane Grey Productions
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 March 31 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 181; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 131, Folder 7

"Volunteer Firemen" music copyright 1956 August 10

Physical Description: cue sheets
Box 42, Folder 4

The Walkout (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 5006 1962 April 17

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 May 10 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 624; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 131, Folder 18

"War Arrow" music copyright 1953 August 18

Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Includes a list of compositions that were recorded in the musical score of "War Arrow" from other films.
Box 40, Folder 5

Warm Day in Heaven (The Zane Grey Theatre) Prod. no. 3725 1961 March 9

Producer: Four Star-Zane Grey
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 March 23 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 446; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 3

Warm Day in Heaven (The Zane Grey Theatre) Prod. no. 3725 1961 March 9

Producer: Four Star-Zane Grey
Producer: Aaron Spelling
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 March 23 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 446; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 3

The Way Home (The June Allyson Show) Prod. no. 2232 1960 January 4

Producer: Four Star-Pamric Productions
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 117; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 9

The Way Home (The June Allyson Show) Prod. no. 2232 1969 January 4

Producer: Four Star-Pamric Prod.
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; Music Cue Sheet no.: 117; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 9

The Wedding (Loretta Young Show) Prod. no. 9136 1961 May 10

Producer: John London, Toreto Films Inc.
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 May 21; Music Cue Sheet no.: 1879; Studio: Goldwyn
Box 131, Folder 17

"Week-end Pirates" music copyright 1957 August 30

Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Includes inter-office memo confirming the delivery of the cue sheets for "Week-end Pirates."
Box 38, Folder 12

What's in a Name (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 1008 1960 September 16

Producer: Sy Gomberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 October 7 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 241; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 41, Folder 2

What Can You Learn From Smoke Signals (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 5024 1962 May 31

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 June 21 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 638; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 6

What Can You Learn From Smoke Signals (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 5024 1962 May 31

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 June 21 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 638; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 9

When Queens Ride By (Loretta Young Show) Prod. no. 9124 1961 February 15

Producer: John London, Toreto Films Inc.
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 March 12 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 1849; Studio: Goldwyn
Box 38, Folder 1

Who Killed the Jackpot? (Burke's Law) Prod. no. 6135 1965 March 18

Producer: Four Star-Barbety
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Alfred Perry; First Air Date: 1965 April 7 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 878; Studio: Star Television (Studio Center)
Box 39, Folder 3

Who Killed Mother Goose? (Burke's Law) Prod. no. 6151 1964 December 24

Producer: Four Star Barbety
Physical Description: cue sheets, photocopy

Note

Music Director: Alfred Perry; First Air Date: 1965 January 13 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 856; Studio: Star Television (Studio Center)
Box 39, Folder 3

Who Killed Roise Sunset? (Burke's Law) Prod. no. 6153 1965 January 8

Producer: Four Star Barbety
Physical Description: cue sheets, photocopy

Note

Music Director: Alfred Perry; First Air Date: 1965 January 27; Music Cue Sheet no.: 860; Studio: Star Television (Studio Center)
Box 39, Folder 3

Who Killed The Fat Cat? (Burke's Law) Prod. no. 6157 1965 January 22

Producer: Four Star Barbety
Physical Description: cue sheets, photocopy

Note

Music Director: Alfred Perry; First Air Date: 1965 February 10; Music Cue Sheet no.: 865; Studio: Star Television (Studio Center)
Box 39, Folder 3

Who Killed the Strangler? (Burke's Law) Prod. no. 6147 1964 Decmber 17

Producer: Four Star Barbety
Physical Description: cue sheets, photocopy

Note

Music Director: Alfred Perry; First Air Date: 1965 January 6 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 855; Studio: Star Television (Studio Center)
Box 39, Folder 3

Who Killed the Toy Soldier(Burke's Law) Prod. no. 6143 1964 December 31

Producer: Four Star Barbety
Physical Description: cue sheets, photocopy

Note

Music Director: Alfred Perry; First Air Date: 1965 January 20; Music Cue Sheet no.: 858; Studio: Star Television (Studio Center)
Box 39, Folder 3

Who Killed Wimbledon Hastings (Burke's Law) Prod. no. 6141 1965 January 15

Producer: Four Star Barbety
Physical Description: cue sheets, photocopy

Note

Music Director: Alfred Perry; First Air Date: 1965 February 3 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 862; Studio: Star Television (Studio Center)
Box 39, Folder 4

Who Killed Cop Robin? (Burke's Law) Prod. no. 6159 1965 March 5

Producer: Four Star Barbety
Physical Description: cue sheets, photocopy

Note

Music Director: Alfred Perry; First Air Date: 1965 March 24 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 875; Studio: Star Television (Studio Center)
Box 39, Folder 11

Who Killed Harris Crown? (Burke's Law) Prod no. 5804 1963 September 13

Producer: Four Star Barbety
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Alfred Perry First Air Date: 1963 October 11 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 785; Studio: Star Television (Studio Center)
Box 40, Folder 7

Who Killed Molly? (Burke's Law) Prod no. 5862 1964 February 28

Producer: Four Star Barbety
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Alfred Perry; First Air Date: 1964 March 27 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 809; Studio: Star Television (Studio Center)
Box 40, Folder 8

Who Killed Cornelius Gilbert? (Burke's Law) Prod. no. 6109 1964 October 8

Producer: Four Star Barbety
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Alfred Perry; First Air Date: 1964 October 8; Music Cue Sheet no.: 836; Studio: Star Television (Studio Center)
Box 41, Folder 5

Who Killed Mother Goose? (Burke's Law) Prod. no. 6151 1964 December 24

Producer: Four Star Barbety
Physical Description: cue sheets, photocopy

Note

Music Director: Alfred Perry; First Air Date: 1965 January 13 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 856; Studio: Star Television (Studio Center) Includes memo.
Box 42, Folder 8

Who Killed Annie Foran? (Burke's Law) Prod. no. 5816 1964 March 6

Producer: Four Star-Barbety
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Alfred Perry; First Air Date: 1964 April 10 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 810; Studio: Star Television (Studio Center)
Box 42, Folder 8

Who Killed My Girl? (Burke's Law) Prod. no. 5868 1964 March 27

Producer: Four Star-Barbety
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Alfred Perry; First Air Date: 1964 April 17 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 812; Studio: Star Television (Studio Center)
Box 42, Folder 10

Who Killed Vaudeville? (Burke's Law) Prod. no.6111 1964 September 3

Producer: Four Star-Barbety
Physical Description: cue sheets, photocopy

Note

Music Director: Alfred Perry; First Air Date: 1964 September 23 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 827; Studio: Star Television (Studio Center)
Box 42, Folder 11

Who Killed Davidian Jonas (Burke's Law) Prod. no. 6145 1964 December 10

Producer: Four Star Barbety
Physical Description: cue sheets, photocopy

Note

Music Director: Alfred Perry; First Air Date: 1964 December 30 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 852; Studio: Star Television (Studio Center)
Box 42, Folder 11

Who Killed Merlin the Great? (Burke's Law) Prod. no. 6139 1964 October 29

Producer: Four Star-Barbety
Physical Description: cue sheets, photocopy

Note

Music Director: Alfred Perry; First Air Date: 1964 December 2 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 842; Studio: Star Television (Studio Center)
Box 42, Folder 11

Who Killed Purity Mather? (Burke's Law) Prod. no. 5838 1963 November 22

Producer: Four Star Barbety
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Alfred Perry; First Air Date: 1963 December 6 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 795; Studio: Star Television (Studio Center)
Box 42, Folder 11

Who Killed the Swinger on a Hook? (Burke's Law) Prod. no. 6137 1964 December 3

Producer: Four Star Barbety
Physical Description: cue sheets, photocopy

Note

Music Director: Alfred Perry; First Air Date: 1964 December 23 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 851; Studio: Star Television (Studio Center)
Box 42, Folder 3

Wilderness (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 5016 1962 May 2

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 May 24 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 630; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 4

Wilderness (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 5016 1962 May 2

Producer: Four Star Naxan
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 May 24 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 630; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 12

Wilma (Peter Loves Mary) Prod. no. 4206 1960 October 11

Producer: Four Star-Mirisch-Mount Tom
Producer: William Friedberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1960 October 26 (NBC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 339; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 40, Folder 4

Wilma's Uncle Charlie (Peter Loves Mary) Prod. no. 4234 1961 January 27

Producer: Four Star- Mirisch- Mount Tom
Producer: William Friedberg
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert First Air Date: 1961 April 12 Music Cue Sheet no.: 466 Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 13

Without Fear (The DuPont Show with June Allyson) Prod. no. 3446 1961 January 19

Producer: Four Star-Pamric
Producer: Peter Kortner
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 February 6 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 386; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 14

Without Fear (The DuPont Show with June Allyson) Prod. no. 3446 1961 January 19

Producer: Four Star-Pamric
Producer: Peter Kortner
Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

Weekly television anthology that originally aired on CBS from 1959-1961. The show was also know as The June Allyson Show and The DuPont Show with June Allyson.

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 February 6 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 386; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 39, Folder 5

The Wonder of Wanda (The Lloyd Bridges Show) Prod. no. 5349 1962 December 20

Producer: Four Star-Loring-Caron
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1963 January 8 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 720; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 9

Woodlot (Loretta Young Show) Prod. no. 9129 1961 March 15

Producer: John London, Toreto Films Inc.
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1961 March 26; Music Cue Sheet no.: 1857; Studio: Goldwyn
Box 39, Folder 15

The Wrecker (Target: The Corruptors) Prod. no. 4543 1962 February 7

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 March 2 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 589; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 38, Folder 1

Yankee Stay Here (The Lloyd Bridges Show) Prod. no. 5333 1962 October 29

Producer: Four Star-Loring-Caron
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 November 13 (CBS); Music Cue Sheet no.: 681; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 42, Folder 4

Yankee Dollar (Target: The Corruptors) Prod. no. 4563 1962 April 19

Producer: Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman
Physical Description: cue sheets

Note

Music Director: Herschel Burke Gilbert; First Air Date: 1962 May 11 (ABC); Music Cue Sheet no.: 626; Studio: Four Star Television (Republic)
Box 145, Folder 2

Yankee Pasha Prod. no. 1747 1953 December 7

Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

2 copies of music cues including memo.

Note

Recorded by Universal Pictures Company Inc. at Universal City, California. Copyright list complied by Joseph Gershenson.
 

Subseries 2. American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) 1959-1967

Arrangement

This subseries is arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

This subseries contains performance records and licensing paperwork from ASCAP to Salter in regards to his various musical compositions that were being reused in motion picture and television productions.
Box 147, Folder 1

Academy Award Nominations list undated

Physical Description: typed list, onion skin

Scope and Content Note

This is a list of Hans J. Salter's Academy Award Nominations from 1942-1945. A short biography and list of film credits is also included.
Box 147, Folder 4

Credits for Hans J. Salter undated

Creator: Hans J. Salter
Physical Description: handwritten list

Scope and Content Note

This list was handwritten by Salter and includes his film credits through the 1940s.
Box 145, Folder 4

American League of Authors and Composers From Austria 1951 October

Language of Material: German
Physical Description: selttlement form

Scope and Content Note

Settlement form detailing payment due to composer Artur Guttman care of Mrs. Maria Salter.
Box 133, Folder 2

ASCAP Publishers Performance Records 1959 July 1- 1967 December 31

Creator: ASCAP
Physical Description: royalities forms

Scope and Content Note

These forms list the royalties that were obtained by Hans J. Salter's Publishing Company (Salter Publishing Co. Inc.) when film for which he was the composer were shown on television. The forms include: title of the film, title code, share %, television credits, and total credits received.

Note

Folder 2 of 2.
Box 133, Folder 1

ASCAP Publishers Performance Records 1969 July 1- 1976 March 31

Creator: ASCAP
Physical Description: royalities forms

Scope and Content Note

These forms list the royalties that were obtained by Hans J. Salter's Publishing Company (Salter Publishing Co. Inc.) when film for which he was the composer were shown on television. The forms include: title of the film, title code, share %, television credits, and total credits received.

Note

Folder 1 of 2.
Box 145, Folder 4

ASCAP Writer Foreign Performance Record 1982 December

Physical Description: cue sheets

Scope and Content Note

List of music cues by Hans J. Salter and Salter Publishing Co. Inc. that were performed by musical groups and orchestras in different countries. List includes country, society name, title of song/cue, and dollar amount charged for use of song.

Note

9 pages.
Box 85, Folder 6

ASCAP assorted documents undated

 

Subseries 3. License Agreements 1959-1963

Arrangement

This subseries is arranged alphabetically by episode title or work title.

Scope and Content Note

This subseries includes license agreements which correspond to the copyright paperwork for the television programs: The Law and Mr. Jones; The DuPont Show with June Allyson; Peter Loves Mary Series; The Dick Powell Show; Wanted Dead or Alive.
Box 38, Folder 8

Ambush (Zane-Grey Theatre series) Prod. no. 3727 1960 December 22

Composer: Hans J. Salter
Publisher: Salter Publishing Co.
Physical Description: License Agreement

Scope and Content Note

The licensed music compositions entitled Command Post and Majestic Mountains were used in this episode of Zane Grey Theatre.
Box 38, Folder 8

End of a Mission (The DuPont Show with June Allyson) Prod. no. 3432 1960 December 19

Composer: Hans J. Salter
Publisher: Salter Publishing Co.
Physical Description: License Agreement

Scope and Content Note

The licensed music composition entitled Brute Force was used in this episode of The DuPont Show with June Allyson which was also called The June Allyson Show.
Box 41, Folder 7

Christmas Is A Legal Holiday (The Law and Mr. Jones Series) Prod. no. 4103 1960 December 7

Composer: Hans J. Salter
Publisher: Salter Publishing Co.
Physical Description: License Agreements

Scope and Content Note

The licensed music compositions entitled Quiet Morning, Lunchtime, Christmas, Hurry Home, Oh No!, The Girl Next Door, Little Overture, Stinger #1, were used in this episode of The Law and Mr. Jones.
Box 38, Folder 11

The Defense is Restless (The DuPont Show with June Allyson) Prod. no. 3422 1961 January 5

Composer: Hans J. Salter
Publisher: Salter Publishing Co.
Physical Description: License Agreement

Scope and Content Note

The licensed music compositions entitled Interplay, Hurry to Action, and Gay Adventure were used in this episode of The DuPont Show with June Allyson which was also called The June Allyson Show.
Box 38, Folder 8

The Great Gambling Raid (The Law and Mr. Jones series) Prod. no. 4105 1960 December 19

Composer: Hans J. Salter
Publisher: Salter Publishing Co.
Physical Description: License Agreement

Scope and Content Note

The licensed music compositions entitled Old Barfly, Lunchtime, The Peddler, and Big Brown Jug were used in this episode The Law and Mr. Jones television series.
Box 39, Folder 2

Knights of the Sun (The Zane Grey Theatre Series) Prod. no. 3741 1961 February 24

Composer: Hans J. Salter
Publisher: Salter Publishing Co.
Physical Description: License Agreement

Note

The licensed music compositions entitled Torrent and The Sea were used in this episode of Zane Grey Theatre.
Box 38, Folder 8

The Long Echo (The Law and Mr. Jones series) Prod. no. 4129 1960 December 13

Composer: Hans J. Salter
Publisher: Salter Publishing Co.
Physical Description: License Agreement

Scope and Content Note

The licensed music compositions entitled Tears Flow, Lullaby, Conflict, Compassion, Heartbeat, Mixed Emotion, and The Accident were used in this episode of The Law and Mr. Jones television series.
Box 39, Folder 2

The Long Search (Wanted Dead or Alive) Prod. no. 3836 1961 March 3

Composer: Hans J. Salter
Publisher: Salter Publishing Co.
Physical Description: License Agreement

Scope and Content Note

The licensed music compositions entitled The Long Search, Ceremony, and Temple were used in this episode of Wanted Dead or Alive.
Box 38, Folder 14

Mr. Shrewd (The Tom Ewell Show) Prod. no. 3935 1961 January 11

Composer: Hans J. Salter
Publisher: Salter Publishing Co.
Physical Description: License Agreement

Scope and Content Note

The licensed music composition entitled Two Kids was used in this episode of The Tom Ewell Show.
Box 41, Folder 7

No Sale (The Law and Mr. Jones Series) Prod. no. 4113 1960 November 16

Composer: Hans J. Salter
Publisher: Salter Publishing Co.
Physical Description: License Agreements

Scope and Content Note

The music compositions entitled: The Lovers, Lunch Time, The Carlton, Gremlins, The Missing Link, Heavy Traffic, Memories, Quiet Street were used in this episode of The Law and Mr. Jones.
Box 39, Folder 2

Our Man in Rome (The DuPont Show with June Allyson) Prod. no. 3456 1961 March 8

Composer: Hans J. Salter
Publisher: Salter Publishing Co.
Physical Description: License Agreement

Scope and Content Note

The licensed music compositions entitled First Wolf, Three Wolves, Havana, Unsolved, Sneaky, Galloping Through, The Countryside, Bianca, Life of the Party, Curtain Down, and Final Embrace were used in this episode of The DuPont Show with June Allyson.
Box 41, Folder 7

Peter Gets Into the Business (Peter Loves Mary Series) Prod. no. 4230 1960 December 7

Composer: Hans J. Salter
Publisher: Salter Publishing Co.
Physical Description: License Agreements

Scope and Content Note

The licensed music compositions entitled Fifth Avenue, Sharks, and Proud Father were used in this episode of Peter Loves Mary.
Box 41, Folder 7

Peter Joins A Committee (Peter Loves Mary Series) Prod. no. 4214 1960 November 16

Composer: Hans J. Salter
Publisher: Salter Publishing Co.
Physical Description: License Agreements

Scope and Content Note

The music compositions entitled: Heavy Traffic and Jump were included in this episode of Peter Loves Mary.
Box 41, Folder 7

Promise of Life (Law and Mr. Jones Series) Prod. no. 4117 1960 October 31

Composer: Hans J. Salter
Publisher: Salter Publishing Co.
Physical Description: License Agreements

Scope and Content Note

The music compositions entitled: Children's Corner, Golden Gate, Moving Shadows pt.2, Adagio, Father Time, Isle of Death, Resigned, Broken Heart, Unusual Gift, Magic Riddle, Tension, Quiet Street were in this episode of The Law and Mr. Jones.
Box 39, Folder 14

Ricochet (The Dick Powell Show) Prod. no. 4715 1961 September 20

Composer: Hans J. Salter
Publisher: Salter Publishing Co.
Physical Description: License Agreement

Scope and Content Note

The licensed music composition entitled Darkness to Light was used in this episode of The Dick Powell Show.
Box 41, Folder 7

Silent Panic (The DuPont Show with June Allyson) Prod. no. 3426 1960 December 7

Composer: Hans J. Salter
Publisher: Salter Publishing Co.
Physical Description: License Agreements

Scope and Content Note

The Music compositions entitled: The Princess, Turkey Talk, Xmas Medley Part 2 were in this episode of the DuPont Show with June Allyson
Box 41, Folder 7

Storyville Gang (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 4127 1960 November 9

Composer: Hans J. Salter
Publisher: Salter Publishing Co.
Physical Description: License Agreements

Scope and Content Note

The musical composition Quiet Street was in this episode of The Law and Mr. Jones.
Box 147, Folder 1

That's the Spirit Prod. no. 1436 29 March 1945

Creator: Universal Pictures
Physical Description: license agreement

Scope and Content Note

Agreement mentions the music compositions entitled: The Juggler, Show's On, Juggler's Delight, End Cast, Short Run and all other music composed or arranged for this film. The document is signed by Hans J. Salter and John S. Lawton of Universal Pictures.
Box 38, Folder 8

The Trophy (The Law and Mister Jones series) Prod. no. 4119 1960 December 27

Composer: Hans J. Salter
Publisher: Salter Publishing Co.
Physical Description: License Agreement

Scope and Content Note

The licensed music compositions entitled Ray of Hope, Cocktails, Futility, On Your Toes, Dreamy Lagoon, Tension, and Quiet Street were used in this episode of The Law and Mr. Jones television series.
Box 39, Folder 13

Up Jumped the Devil (The Dick Powell Show) Prod. no. 4733 1961 November 14

Composer: Hans J. Salter
Publisher: Salter Publishing Co.
Physical Description: License Agreement

Scope and Content Note

The licensed music composition entitled Many Moons on Nona was used in this episode of The Dick Powell Show.
Box 42, Folder 3

Wilderness (The Law and Mr. Jones) Prod. no. 5016 1962 May 3

Composer: Hans J. Salter
Publisher: Salter Publishing Co.
Physical Description: License Agreement

Scope and Content Note

The licensed music compositions entitled Gestures, Lunchtime, and The Herd were used in this episode of The Law and Mr. Jones).
 

Subseries 4. Production Materials 1954-1962

Arrangement

This subseries is arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

This subseries contains various production materials from motion picture prodcutions including screenplays, instrumental break-down charts; cue lists; cast and orchestra address lists, recording session log sheets, and orchestra seating charts.
Box 16, Folder 1

Instrumental Break-Down Charts undated

Conductor: Hans J. Salter
Physical Description: instrumentation chart

Scope and Content Note

Instrument Break-Down charts for television show "Wichita Town" (1959-1960) and the film "An Innocent Affair" (1948). Chart includes the number of instruments needed for each musical cue, names of music cues and sequence numbers.

Note

"Wichita Town" chart is two pages.
Box 19, Folder 2

Address List undated

Physical Description: typed list

Scope and Content Note

List of home addresses of Salter's colleagues at Universal Pictures including Joseph Gershenson, Frank Skinner, and Arnold Scharzwald.
Box 85, Folder 1

Music catalog undated

Scope and Content Note

Catalog of music composed by Salter.
Box 85, Folder 2

Music catalog undated

Scope and Content Note

Catalog of music composed by Salter. May be a second copy.
Box 85, Folder 3

Assorted music catalogs undated

Box 133, Folder 5

Composer's Bill list undated

Creator: Hans J. Salter
Physical Description: handwritten list

Scope and Content Note

This list is a composer's bill for music cues that were used in Four Star Television productions including The Dick Powell Show (1961-1963), The Gertrude Berg Show (1961-1962), and Target: The Corruptors(1961-1962). Information included: cue# and title, series #, and timing.

Note

5 pages.
Box 133, Folder 5

Orchestral Range Chart undated

Creator: Columbia Music Library
Physical Description: music chart

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral range chart shows the possible musical ranges of orchestra instruments.
Box 138, Folder 3

Lyrics to song "Prisoners Song of Freedom" undated

Lyricist: Ralph Reed
Composer: Hans J. Salter
Physical Description: lyrics typed on onion skin

Scope and Content Note

Song could be from the film "The Great Commandment."
Box 138, Folder 17

Advertisement for Tonfilm Theater, Tanz [1930s]

Language of Material: German
Physical Description: page from magazine

Scope and Content Note

Page from magazine advertising for the performance of tenor Alfred Piccaver. Hans J. Salter is mentioned as one of the conductors of the orchestra.
Box 13, Folder 4

Aron Genser Script ca. 1938

Composer: Hans J. Salter
Physical Description: typed script

Scope and Content Note

Script from production "Aron Genser." No information found about film. Names on script are illegible. Hans J. Salter is listed as composing the music. No music is with the script.

Note

Was in damaged manila envelope postmarked Boston January 17, 1938 with the return address "D.S. Wallad Hotel Somerset Boston, Mass."
Box 13, Folder 5

Motion Picture Music Composed for Universal Pictures List 1939-1950

Compiler: Universal Pictures
Physical Description: list

Scope and Content Note

This a comprehensive list of all the Universal Pictures film titles, serials, and short subjects for which Hans J. Salter composed music. Information included is composer name,and release year. The last page includes films that Salter worked on that were produced and released for other studios.

Note

11 pages.
Box 138, Folder 3

The Great Commandment Recording Sessions Log 1939 July 11-12

Physical Description: log sheet on onion skin

Scope and Content Note

Log sheet includes recording session stop/start time, orchestra attendance numbers, cues, description, remarks, and timing.
Box 6, Folder 10

Fantasia program 1940

Publisher: Walt Disney
Physical Description: program

Scope and Content Note

This program is a condensed history of the making of the Walt Disney film Fantasia. It includes photographs, drawings and a brief history of each of the musical suites in the film.

Note

Rare Item.
Box 23

Disney's Fantasia Program 1940

Box 130, Folder 2

Lover Come Back Prod. no. 1492 ca. 1946

Composer: Hans J. Salter

Scope and Content Note

Log sheet from musical recordings for this film. Information included: record number, track and reel, title, length, and footage in reel.
Box 140, Folder 6

Orchestra Seating Chart ca. 1954

Physical Description: seating chart

Scope and Content Note

Orchestra seating chart of recording sessions for the film "The Human Jungle." Includes names of all the orchestra members.

Note

Alternate title for film was "The Police Story."
Box 18, Folder 9

The Law and Mr. Jones music cue list 1961 January

Creator: Four Star Music Department
Physical Description: cue sheet list

Scope and Content Note

2 lists of music cues with the approx. timing that Salter composed for the television show "The Law and Mr. Jones."
Box 133, Folder 9

If a Man Answers (1962) Final Screenplay 1962 January 17

Copyright holder: Universal Pictures
Physical Description: final screenplay

Scope and Content Note

Screenplay for romantic comedy which starred Sandra Dee and Bobby Darin.
Box 20, Folder 6

The Return of the Gunfighter Prod. no. 6053 Instrumental Breakdown Chart 1966 August 22

Conductor: Hans J. Salter
Physical Description: chart

Scope and Content Note

Instrumental breakdown of musical numbers. Recording session began at 9:00am.
 

Series 9. Awards 1993

Scope and Content Note

This series contains an award plaque that Salter received from the Society for the Preservation of Film Music for Career Achievement Award on 1993 August 5 just a year before he passed away.

Arrangement

This series is arranged chronologically.
Box 81

Society for the Preservation of Film Music Career Achievement Award 1993 August 5

Scope and Content Note

One plaque.
 

Series 10. Clippings 1925-1982

Scope and Content Note

This series contains newspaper and magazine clippings from such publications as Variety and Hollywood Reporter. The bulk of the clippings are film reviews in which Hans J. Salter was the film composer. The date range of the majority of the reviews is 1940-1956.

Arrangement

This series is arranged chronologically.
Box 24, Folder 17

MGM Studio News, Vol. V, No. 9

Note

2 copies
Box 94, Folder 1

Assorted Clippings

Box 138, Folder 2

German newspaper clippings 1925 December 20

Physical Description: newspaper clippings

Scope and Content Note

Four newspaper clippings from a German newspaper [Conniag]. One clipping is an advertisement for a either a premiere of a film or performance in which Salter was the conductor. The others are films reviews of film in which Salter was the composer.
Box 6, Folder 11

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studio News Magazinevol. 5 no. 9 1938 September 22

Publisher: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Scope and Content Note

This edition of the Studio News focuses on the MGM's new motion picture "The Great Waltz" (1938) starring Luise Rainer, Fernand Gravey, and Miliza Korjus. Also included in the news are articles about Mickey Rooney.

Note

2 copies. Printed in Culver City, California.
Box 23

MGM Studio News Vol. V, No. 9 1938 September 22

Box 141, Folder 2

Film Reviews and Production News 1944-1949 1944-1949

Physical Description: newspaper and magazine clippings

Scope and Content Note

Film reviews of films for which Salter was the composer or musical director from the Hollywood Reporter and Variety. Films include: An Innocent Affair (1948), Christmas Holiday (1944), and The Reckless Moment (1949) among others. Also included are production news clippings announcing Salter's upcoming projects.

Note

Folder 2 of 5.
Box 147, Folder 2

Film Reviews 1944 January

Publisher: Variety
Physical Description: magazine clippings

Scope and Content Note

Film reviews from Variety of The Spider Woman (1944), Phantom Lady (1944) and His Butler's Sister (1943).
Box 131, Folder 2

Arthur Gutmann obituary and funeral service announcements 1945 September

Physical Description: newspaper clippings

Scope and Content Note

Three newspaper clippings. One dated September 6, 1945 is the funeral announcement for Gutmann in the Los Angeles Times. The second is from the Citizen News also from September 6th detailing his funeral. The third and largest clipping is from a German journal AUFBAU dated September 14th, 1945 discussing Gutmann's career and death.

Note

All clippings were in a small letter envelope with the name and address of actor Ludwig Stossel on the back flap.
Box 141, Folder 3

Film Reviews 1950-1951 1950-1951

Physical Description: newspaper and magazine clippings

Scope and Content Note

Film reviews of films for which Salter was the composer or musical director from the Hollywood Reporter and Variety. Films include: Finders Keepers (1952), Bend of the River (1952), The Golden Horde (1951), The Prince Who Was A Thief (1951), and Tomahawk (1951) among others.

Note

Folder 3 of 5.
Box 131, Folder 2

Postage stamps with Universal film titles 1952-1957

Physical Description: Postage stamps

Scope and Content Note

Postage stamps from envelopes Salter received while working for Universal. All the stamps feature a then current Universal film release. Date, city, and postage cost all visible.
Box 141, Folder 4

Film Reviews and Production News 1952-1956 1952-1956

Physical Description: newspaper and magazine clippings

Scope and Content Note

Film reviews of films for which Salter was the composer or musical director from the Hollywood Reporter and Variety. Films include: Hold Back the Night (1956), The Rawhide Years (1956), Navy Wife (1956), Sign of the Pagan (1954), and The Human Jungle (1954) among others.

Note

Folder 4 of 5.
Box 141, Folder 1

Film Reviews 1961-1964 1961-1964

Physical Description: newspaper and magazine clippings

Scope and Content Note

Film reviews of films for which Salter was the composer or musical director from the Hollywood Reporter and Variety. Films include: Come September (1961), Bedtime Story (1964), If A Man Answers (1962), and Hitler (1962) among others.

Note

Folder 1 of 5.
Box 141, Folder 5

Award Announcement 1982 September 3

Author: The Malibu Times

Scope and Content Note

Announcement in the Malibu Times regarding the Academy of Science Fiction and Fantasy Films awarding Hans J. Salter a special musical award for his contribution to the music of motion pictures.

Note

Folder 5 of 5.
 

Series 11. Music by Other Composers

Scope and Content Note

This series consists of non film/television production related music in various formats.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by composer name.
Box 13, Folder 6

Broadcast Music Sheet Music Compilation 1940

Physical Description: sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Various sheet music from different composers. All music has titles, copyright year and composer's name.
Box 13, Folder 7

Broadcast Music Sheet Music Compilation 1940

Physical Description: sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Various sheet music from different composers. All music has titles, copyright year and composer's name.
Box 23

Fragments of Published Works by Unidentified Composers

Box 29

Assorted Popular Sheet Music

Scope and Content Note

A Lonely Place -- There's Enough to Go Around -- I Will Wait for You -- Scrooge -- Till Love Touches Your Life -- A Flea in Her Ear -- Pieces of Dreams -- For All We Know -- Suicide is Painless -- Where's Poppa -- Whistling Away the Dark -- I'll Be Back -- Never Too Late -- Stay Close to Me - A Time For Love.
Box 44

World's Finest and Best Music for Use in Motion Pictures

Publisher: Associated Music Publishers, Inc.
Box 29

Published Works by Albeniz

Box 6, Folder 13

Hoheit tanzt Walzer circa 1920

Composer: Ascher, Leo
Language of Material: German
Physical Description: conductor's score to complete music suite

Scope and Content Note

Three acts in music suite including overture.
Box 23

Published Works by Leo Ascher 1912

Box 33, Folder 9

Ballad #2

Composer: Schwarzwald, Arnold
Physical Description: bound conductor's score
Box 147, Folder 10

Bumpa Jumpa 1937

Composer: Beal, Charlie
Publisher: Broadcast Music Inc.
Physical Description: sheet music
Box 147, Folder 12

Man Smart (Woman Smarter) 1957

Composer: Belafonte, Harry
Lyricist: Segal, Jack
Physical Description: sheet music
Box 4, Folder 8

Reminiscences of Vienna Paramount Edition No. 25 (Series A) 1930

Composer: Bransen, Walther H.
Publisher: Sam Fox Pub. Co.
Physical Description: orchestral parts

Scope and Content Note

Instrumentation for Piano, Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Bassoon, Trumpet, Trombone, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, and Horns.
Box 147, Folder 10

Stranger 1940

Composer: Chancer, Charles
Lyricist: Sour, Robert
Publisher: Broadcast Music Inc.
Physical Description: sheet music
Box 29

Oevres Completes

Composer: Chopin
Box 147, Folder 10

Disillusioned 1940

Composer: Craig, Francis
Lyricist: Saxon, Wini
Publisher: Broadcast Music Inc.
Physical Description: sheet music
Box 147, Folder 13

Wann a all's auf Fransen geht 1936

Composer: Dietrich, R.H.
Lyricist: Eckhardt
Language of Material: German
Physical Description: 7 1/2 x 11 1/2 sheet music

Note

2 copies.
Box 147, Folder 13

Weibi, bein dem Tropferl bleib' i! 1936

Composer: Dietrich, R.H.
Language of Material: German
Physical Description: 7 1/2 x 10 1/2 sheet music

Note

2 copies.
Box 147, Folder 18

Humoreske undated

Arranger: Hans J. Salter
Composer: Dvorak
Physical Description: conductors score
Box 83

Magic Touch, The undated

Composer: Evans, Ray
Lyricist: Livingston , Jay

Note

Printed conductor's score.
Box 30

Everybody's Favorite Piano Pieces undated

Note

Compilation of various famous piano pieces by well-known composers including: Bach, Beethoven, Handel, Chopin, Schumann, Rachmaninoff, Brahms, Rubinstein, and Tschaikowsky.
Box 29

Published Works by E. Granados

Box 6, Folder 7

Die Bacchusnacht operette 1923

Composer: Granichstaedten, Bruno
Publisher: Wien, W. Karczag
Language of Material: German
Physical Description: conductor's score to complete music suite
Box 23

Published Works by Bruno Granichstaedten 1923

Box 23

Published Works by A. Guthmann 1935

Box 1, Folder 7

So Lang noch ein Walzer von Strauss erklingf Wiener Walzer 1931

Composer: Guttmann, Artur
Lyricist: Amberg, Charles
Arranger: Etlinger, Richard
Publisher: Wiener Boheme-Verlag (Warner Brothers Publishing)
Physical Description: sheet music

Scope and Content Note

Viennese waltz
Box 6, Folder 4

Die ungekubte Eva operette 1928

Composer: Knopf, Martin
Language of Material: German
Physical Description: conductor's score, complete music suite
Box 6, Folder 12

Decollete and Cie circa 1920

Composer: Knopf, Martin
Physical Description: conductor's score to complete music suite

Scope and Content Note

Seven parts in suite.
Box 23

Published Works by Martin Knopf 1912

Box 23

Published Works by Martin Knofp 1928

Box 30

Funf Klavierstucke Op. 44 1951

Composer: Kornauth , Egon
Box 4

Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage Op. 27

Composer: Mendelssohn , Felix
Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 30

Ten Pieces from Cinderella (Ballet) Op. 97 1943

Composer: Prokofiev

Note

Sheet music of piano solo.
Box 147, Folder 10

Rollin' Off a Log 1940

Composer: Provost, William
Lyricist: Smith , Peter Kite
Publisher: Broadcast Music Inc.
Box 30

Miroirs 1906

Composer: Maurice

Note

Collection of piano compositions including: Noctuelles; Oiseaux tristes; Une barque sur l'Ocean; Alborada del gracioso; La vallee de cloches.
Box 147, Folder 10

A Stone's Throw From Heaven 1940

Composer: Ray, Bob
Lyricist: Burton, Jay
Composer: Green, Irving
Publisher: Broadcast Music Inc.
Physical Description: sheet music
Box 30

Concerto Gregoriano 1922

Composer: Respighi , Ottorino

Note

Piano and violin sheet music.
Box 30

Tre Preludi 1922

Composer: Respighi , Ottorino

Note

Piano sheet music.
Box 147, Folder 12

The Far Country 1957

Composer: Rosen , Milton
Lyricist: Herbert, Frederick
Publisher: Union Music Distributing Co.
Physical Description: sheet music
Box 30

For Everything There is a Season 1951

Composer: Rozsa, Mikols

Note

Printed conductor's score.
Box 147, Folder 13

I' glaub mir fallert's im Schlaf gar net ein... [1930s]

Composer: Schemel, August
Lyricist: Eckhardt
Language of Material: German
Physical Description: 6 1/2 x 10 1/4 sheet music and Violin orchestra part

Note

2 copies.
Box 147, Folder 13

Mir hat heut tramt, es gibt kan Wein mehr [1930s]

Composer: Schima, O.
Lyricist: Krehlik, Eckhardt
Language of Material: German
Physical Description: 6 x 9 sheet music
Box 29

Vorspiel Zu Einem Drama

Composer: Schreker, R.
Box 23

Published Works by Robert Stolz

Box 6, Folder 1

Der Hampelmann 1924

Composer: Stolz, Robert
Publisher: Drei Masken Verlag
Language of Material: German
Physical Description: conductor's score, complete music suite

Note

Folder 1 of 2
Box 6, Folder 2

Der Hampelmann 1924

Composer: Stolz, Robert
Publisher: Drei Masken Verlag
Language of Material: German
Physical Description: conductor's score, complete music suite

Note

Folder 2 of 2
Box 33, Folder 8

Tales From the Vienna Woods undated

Composer: Strauss, Johann
Physical Description: conductor's score
Box 44

Tausend und ein Nacht, op. 346

Composer: Strauss, Richard
Box 29

Published Works by Joaquin Turina

Box 30

Vier Klavierstucke 1944

Composer: von Einem , Gottfried

Note

Piano sheet music.
Box 147, Folder 10

Can't Cha Guess Who's I Are? 1940

Composer: Whitney, Joan
Composer: Kramer, Alex
Publisher: Broadcast Music Inc.
Physical Description: sheet music
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