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Finding Aid for the Bruce Geller papers, 1957-1976
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MISCELLANY

Scope and Content Note

Miscellany contains publicity biographies, a resume, and a folder of weekly production summary status reports.
Box 1, Folder 1

Biographical Information, 1976, n.d.

Box 72, Folder 9

Weekly Production Summary Status Report re Program Development, June-November, 1968.

 

CINEMA VIDEO COMMUNICATIONS, INC.

Scope and Content Note

The Cinema Video Communications Inc., (CVC) series, 1971-1973, contains correspondence, reports, and financial records for the production company formed by Geller, Alden Schwimmer, Harold Robbins, and Blake Edwards. It is general or fragmentary CVC files which do not specifically fall under Motion Pictures or Television. Included are files for projects that were not produced by the compnay, general script ideas, and files on the Producers Guild and Screen Actors Guild. Other projects done under the auspices of CVC are found in the Motion Picture or Television series and are identified as such.
Box 1, Folder 2

Business Projections, September 7, 1971-February 18, 1972; n.d.

 

Correspondence

Box 1, Folder 3

Corky, April 13-June 12, 1973.

Box 1, Folder 4

Don't Embarrass The Bureau, May 17-August 1, 1972.

Box 1, Folder 5

Miscellaneous, November 4, 1970-April 3, 1972.

Box 1, Folder 6

My Brother John, October 13, 1970-September 26, 1972.

Box 1, Folder 7

Robbins, Harold, August 14-October 26, 1972.

Box 1, Folder 8

Script, January 20, 1970-August 11, 1971.

Box 1, Folder 9

Miscellaneous, February 1, 1971-December 8, 1972; n.d.

Box 1, Folder 10

Office Expenses, Miscellaneous, 1971-1972.

Box 1, Folder 11

Producer's Guild Pension Plan, October, 1971.

Box 1, Folder 12

Screen Actor's Guild Commercial Contract, 1972-1973.

Box 1, Folder 13

Script Idea, Untitled, n.d.

 

Motion Pictures

Scope and Content Note

The Motion Picture series contains papers for two CVC projects, Harry In Your Pocket and The Betsty. Records for Harry In Your Pocket comprise the bulk of this series. They are organized into pre-production, production, and post-production files and are arranged alphabetically by folder title. The Betsy, based on the novel by Harold Robbins, was eventually produced by another production company. However, several folders containing budgets, correspondence, legal files, story outlines, and finanacial papers document CVC's involvement with the project.
 

The Betsy

Scope and Content Note

(Unproduced. Based on a novel by Harold Robbins.)
Box 1, Folder 14

Budget, September 8, 1972; n.d.

Box 1, Folder 15

Miscellaneous Invoices, 1971-1973.

 

Correspondence

Box 1, Folder 16

Ash, David, September 19-November 9, 1972.

Box 1, Folder 17

Financial, July 2, 1971-May 12, 1972.

Box 2, Folder 1

Warner Brothers, June 25, 1971-October 18, 1972.

Box 2, Folder 2

Legal, July 6, 1971-January 12, 1973.

Box 2, Folder 3

Miscellaneous, ca. 1971-1973.

Box 2, Folder 4

Story Outlines, October 29, 1971; n.d.

Box 2, Folder 5

Writer's Deals re Screenplay, July 30, 1971-May 30, 1972.

 

Harry In Your Pocket

Scope and Content Note

(Cinema Video Communications, Inc. 1973. United Artists.)
 

Pre-Production Files, "Harry Never Holds,"

Box 2, Folder 6

Accounts, Charts of, June 20, 1972.

 

Agreements

Box 2, Folder 7

Distribution, January 8, 1970.

Box 2, Folder 8

Financing, February, 1972; n.d.

Box 2, Folder 9

Sale, February, 1972; n.d.

Box 2, Folder 10

Ancillary Rights, Sales and Financing, February 11-September 20, 1972.

Box 2, Folder 11-12

Budget Information, September 1, 1971-June 23, 1972; n.d.

Box 3, Folder 1

Canadian Wage Rate for Crew, 1972.

Box 3, Folder 2

Cast and Crew List, June 27, 1972.

Box 3, Folder 3

Casting Suggestions, April 5-May 5, 1972; n.d.

 

Contracts for Cast

Box 3, Folder 4

Coburn, James, April 14-June 14, 1972.

Box 3, Folder 5

Pidgeon, Walter, June 22-28, 1972.

Box 3, Folder 6

Sarrazin, Michael, April 14-June 27, 1972.

Box 3, Folder 7

Van Devere, Trish, April 17-June 27, 1972.

Box 3, Folder 8

Day Players, July, 1972-March, 1973.

Box 3, Folder 9

Correspondence, Miscellaneous, April 15, 1970-June 8, 1972.

Box 3, Folder 10

Crew Employment Notices, June-July, 1972.

Box 3, Folder 11

Deal Memoranda, April 4-May 25, 1972.

 

Location

Box 3, Folder 12

Contacts, April-July, 1972.

Box 3, Folder 13

Information re Seattle, Washington, n.d.

Box 3, Folder 14

Scouting Accounts, May, 1972.

Box 3, Folder 15

Mobile Production Unit, December, 1971-May, 1972; n.d.

Box 3, Folder 16

Publicity, April, 1972-August, 1973.

 

Scripts, by James Buchanan and Ronald Austin unless noted otherwise

Box 3, Folder 17

Budget Draft, "Holding On," also by Bruce Geller, August 31, 1971.

 

Budget Draft, also by Bruce Geller, September 21, 1971.

Box 4, Folder 1

September 21, 1971.

Box 4, Folder 3

First Draft, "Holding On," n.d.

Box 4, Folder 4

Continuity Script, January 31, 1973.

Box 4, Folder 5

Shooting Draft, also by Bruce Geller, June 5, 1972.

Box 4, Folder 6

Shooting Draft and Revisions, also by Bruce Geller, n.d.

Box 4, Folder 7

Cutting Script, also by Bruce Geller, n.d.

Box 4, Folder 8

Revised Draft, n.d.

Box 4, Folder 9

Wardrobe Listing, n.d.

 

Production Files, "Harry Never Holds,"

Box 5, Folder 1

Camera Reports, July-August, 1972.

Box 5, Folder 2

Cast List and Wages, n.d.

Box 5, Folder 3

Cast Time Sheets, Weekly, July 1-August 12, 1972.

Box 5, Folder 4

Computer TTS, June-September, 1972.

Box 5, Folder 5

Contracts, Bit Parts, July-August, 1972.

 

Correspondence

Box 5, Folder 6

Association of Canadian Radio and TV Artists, July, 1972.

Box 5, Folder 7

Financial, January 4-October 25, 1973.

Box 5, Folder 8

Miscellaneous, February 3, 1972-March 8, 1973.

Box 5, Folder 9

Music, July 5, 1972-April 3, 1973.

Box 5, Folder 10

Property Rental Agreements for Props, June, 1972.

Box 5, Folder 11

United Artists, April 13, 1972-March 20, 1973.

Box 5, Folder 12

Crew List, June 27, 1972.

 

Customs

Box 5, Folder 13

Equipment Lists for Customs, July 17, 1972.

Box 5, Folder 14

Information re Victoria, British Columbia, July-September, 1972.

Box 5, Folder 15

Daily Production Reports, June 27, 1972-August 18, 1972.

Box 5, Folder 16

Expense Records, June 7-22, 1977.

Box 5, Folder 17

Insurance, December, 1971-September, 1972.

 

Invoices, Paid, ca. 1972-1973

Box 5, Folder 18

A.

Box 6, Folder 1-15

A-N.

Box 7, Folder 1-10

O-Z.

Box 8, Folder 1

Canadian Invoices, July 15-August 2, 1972; n.d.

Box 8, Folder 2

Consolidated Film Industries, 1972-1973.

Box 8, Folder 3

Customs Brokers, July-September, 1973.

Box 8, Folder 4

Miscellaneous Invoices and Vouchers, 1972.

Box 8, Folder 5

Legal, September 14, 1971-May 16, 1972.

Box 8, Folder 6

Legal re Cast, April 4-August 18, 1972; n.d.

 

Locations

Box 8, Folder 7

Call Sheets, July 5-August 19, 1972.

Box 8, Folder 8

Hotel Deals, n.d.

Box 8, Folder 9

Hotel Deals and Rentals, Salt Lake City, Utah, July, 1972-March, 1973.

Box 8, Folder 10

Miscellaneous, Seattle, Washington, June-November, 1972; n.d.

Box 8, Folder 11

Rentals, Seattle, Washington, July 10-12, 1972.

Box 8, Folder 12

Miscellaneous, February 6, 1972-January 4, 1974.

Box 9, Folder 1

Music, December 4-5, 1972; n.d.

Box 9, Folder 2

Music Cue Sheets, October 27-November 16,1973.

Box 9, Folder 3

Public Relations, August 30-September 16, 1973.

Box 9, Folder 4

Publicity Clippings, July-August, 1972.

Box 9, Folder 5

Script Supervisor's Daily Reports, July 5-August 19, 1972.

Box 9, Folder 6

Shooting Agreement with Union Pacific Railroad, June-August, 1972.

Box 9, Folder 7

Shooting Schedule, June 30-August 17, 1972.

Box 9, Folder 8

Sound Reports, July 5-August 18, 1972.

 

Post-Production Files, "Harry Never Holds,"

Box 9, Folder 9

Dubbing, September 19, 1972-May 10, 1973.

Box 9, Folder 10

Editing, October 12, 1972-January 26, 1973.

Box 9, Folder 11

Music, November, 1972-February, 1973.

Box 9, Folder 12

Opticals, September 28, 1972-January 29, 1973.

Box 9, Folder 13

Sound, March, 1972-January, 1973.

Box 9, Folder 14

Information on Early Grosses, September-October, 1973.

 

TELEVISION

Scope and Content Note

The largest sereis in the collection is Television which contains files for such shows as Bronk, Mannix, Mission: Impossible, Rawhide, and others. In addition to scripts, Geller has compiled extensive production files for these shows. The series includes scripts and production files. The production files may include cast and crew list, schedules, call sheets, status reports, and research material. The arrangment is by episode production number with unnumbered shows filed at the end. Episodes are listed by their broadcast titles.
 

The Black Feather

Scope and Content Note

(Unproduced.)
Box 10, Folder 1

Pilot, Script, by Bruce Geller, November 24, 1965.

 

Bronk

Scope and Content Note

(MGM Television. 1975-1976. Original telecast on CBS.) Includes budgets and production files for each episode.
 

"There's Gonna Be a War," #4501

Box 10, Folder 2-3

Production File and Budget, including a script by Al Martinez, November 14-December 8, 1975.

 

"The Renovated Man," #4502

Box 10, Folder 4-5

Production File and Budget, including a script by Charles Sailor and Eric Kalder, June 18-September 4, 1975.

 

"Wheels of Death," #4504

Box 10, Folder 6-7

Production File and Budget, including a script, "Mano O Mano," by Del Reisman, July 29-September 16, 1975.

 

"Julia," #4505

Box 10, Folder 8-9

Production File and Budget, including a script by Robert Holt, June 19-October 8, 1975.

 

"The Affair," #4506

Box 10, Folder 10-11

Production File and Budget, including a script by Larry Forrester, October 14-November 26, 1975.

 

"A Matter of Timing," , #4507

Box 11, Folder 1-2

Production File and Budget, including a script by Carey Wilbur, August 18-October 21, 1975.

 

"Betrayal," #4508

Box 11, Folder 3-4

Production File and Budget, including a script by Larry Alexander, October 27-November 7, 1975.

 

"Echoes," #4509

Box 11, Folder 5-6

Production File and Budget, including a script by Alan Godfrey, December 19, 1975-January 7, 1976.

 

"The Gauntlet," #4510

Box 11, Folder 7-8

Production File and Budget, including a script, "The Witness," by Stephan Kandel, July 14-August 22, 1975

 

"Bad Blood," #4511

Box 11, Folder 9-10

Production File and Budget, including a script by Alan Godfrey, December 19, 1975-January 7, 1976.

 

"Crackback," #4512

Box 11, Folder 11-12

Production File and Budget, including a script by Lou Morheim, September 3-November 5, 1975.

 

"Interception," #4513

Box 12, Folder 1-2

Production File and Budget, including a script by Karl and Terence Tunberg, August 27-October 8, 1975.

 

"The Bargain," #4514

Box 12, Folder 3-4

Production File and Budget, including a script by Shimon Wincelberg, September 24-October 29, 1975.

 

"Line of Fire," #4515

Box 12, Folder 5-6

Production File and Budget, including a script, "Cops," by Burton Armus, September 16-October 29, 1975.

 

"The Deadlier Sex," #4518

Box 12, Folder 7-8

Production File and Budget, including a script by Stephen Kandel, November 24, 1975-January 5, 1976.

 

"The Pickoff," #4519

Box 12, Folder 9-10

Production File and Budget, including a script by Robert Lenski, October 7-November 11, 1975.

 

"Jackson Blue," #4521

Box 12, Folder 11-12

Production File and Budget, including a script by Michael Mann, December 8, 1975-January 13, 1976.

 

"Next of Kin," #4522

Box 13, Folder 1-2

Production File and Budget, including a script by Bruce Geller and Earl Wallace, November 7-December 18, 1975.

 

"Jailbreak," #4523

Box 13, Folder 3-4

Production File and Budget, including a script by Carey Wilbur, January 12-February 5, 1976.

 

"Target Unknown," #4524

Box 13, Folder 5-6

Production File and Budget, including a script by Robert Holt, January 4-28, 1976.

 

"The Ordeal," #4525

Box 13, Folder 7-8

Production File and Budget, including a script by Oliver Crawford, February 3-26, 1976.

 

"The Vengeance," #4526

Box 13, Folder 9-10

Production File and Budget, including a script by Burton Armus, January 21-February 12, 1976.

 

"The Vigilante," #4527

Box 13, Folder 11-12

Production File and Budget, including a script by Bruce Geller and Leigh Vance, February 20-March 19, 1976.

 

"The Commendation," #4528

Box 14, Folder 1-2

Production File and Budget, including a script with teleplay by Michael Mann, story by Dan Ullman, February 6-9, 1976.

 

General Files

Box 14, Folder 3

Monthly Status Reports for Series, July 19, 1975-May 15, 1976.

Box 14, Folder 4

Series Budget, Amortized Budget, Running Cast List, Running Crew List, Writers Status Reports, May 27-October 3, 1975.

Box 14, Folder 5

Main Titles and Pick-Up Shots, July 10, 1975-January 22, 1976.

 

The Dick Powell Show

Scope and Content Note

(Four Star Television. 1961-1963. Original telecast on NBC.)
 

"The Losers," #5131

Box 15, Folder 1

Script, by Bruce Geller, story by Bruce Geller and Sam Peckinpah, July 25, 1962.

 

"Epilogue," #5177

Box 15, Folder 2

Production File, including a script by Bruce Geller, February 11-25, 1963.

 

"The Judge," #5143

Box 72, Folder 10

Production File, including a script hy Bruce Geller and Harry Mark Petrakis, October 16-November 16, 1962.

 

Huelga

Scope and Content Note

(Unproduced.)
Box 15, Folder 3

Correspondence and Contracts, December 16, 1970-December 11, 1972.

 

Jigsaw John

Scope and Content Note

(MGM Television in association with NBC-TV. 1976. Original telecast on NBC.)
Box 15, Folder 4

Main Titles, December 10, 1975-January 7, 1976.

 

Mannix

Scope and Content Note

(Paramount Pictures Corporation for CBS. 1967-1975. Original telecast on CBS.) There are production files for the first 79 episodes of the series, and only scirpts for episodes 87-193. A small file of general production information pertaining to the entire series contains status reports, release schedules, shooting schedules, and other miscellaneous information.
 

Pilot, Untitled

Box 15, Folder 5

Script, December 5, 1966.

 

"The Cost of a Vacation," #5171-2

Box 15, Folder 6

Production File, including scripts by Chester Krumholz, May 4-July 31, 1967.

 

"Skid Marks on a Dry Run," #5171-3

Box 15, Folder 7

Production File, including scripts, "Dry Run," by John Meredyth Lucas, May 17-July 28, 1967.

 

"Then the Drink Takes the Man," #5171-4

Box 15, Folder 8

Production File, including scripts by Sam Ross, May 19-August 2, 1967.

 

"The Many Deaths of Saint Christopher," #5171-5

Box 16, Folder 1

Production File, including a budget draft script, "Kill St. Christopher," by Norris Martiniz and a final draft script by Barry Gringer, June 1-August 18, 1967.

 

"Nothing Ever Works Twice," #5171-6

Box 16, Folder 2

Production File, including scripts by Chester Krumholz, June 9-September 7, 1967.

 

"Make It Like It Never Happened," #60507

Box 16, Folder 3

Production File, including scripts, "The Possessed," by Lee Loeb, ante- July 8-September 18, 1967.

 

"License to Kill -- Limit Three People," #60508

Box 16, Folder 4

Production File, including scripts by Lee Erwin, July 11-September 12, 1967.

 

"Beyond the Shadow of a Dream," #60509

Box 16, Folder 5

Production File, including scripts, "Nightmare," by Lawrence Heath, July 20-September 11, 1967.

 

"Warning -- Live Blueberries," #60510

Box 16, Folder 6

Production File, including scripts by Barry Oringer based on the story "Tango" by Arthur Dales, July 31-September 21, 1967.

 

"Turn Every Stone," #60511

Box 17, Folder 1

Production File, including scripts by Jeri Emmett, August 16-November 10, 1967 .

 

"Huntdown," #60512

Box 17, Folder 2

Production File, including scripts by Richard Landau, August 21-October 4, 1967.

 

"Coffin for a Clown," #60513

Box 17, Folder 3

Production File, including scripts, "Ring Around the Family Tree," by Chester Krumholz, September 5-October 16, 1967.

 

"A Catalogue of Sins," #60514

Box 17, Folder 4

Production File, including scripts, "By All Their Sins Remembered," by Walter Brough, September 11-November 16, 1967.

 

"Run Sheep Run," #60515

Box 17, Folder 5

Production File, including scripts by Howard Browne, September 22-November 16, 1977.

 

"Falling Star," #60516

Box 17, Folder 6

Production File, including scripts by Arthur Dales, October 2-December 14, 1967.

 

"To Kill a Writer," #60517

Box 18, Folder 1

Production File, including scripts by Ben Gersham and Dale Braverman, November 1-December 18, 1967.

 

"Deadfall," Part I, #60518

Box 18, Folder 2

Production File, including scripts, "The Mangrove Tree," by Chester Krumholz, November 15, 1967-January 4, 1968.

 

"Deadfall," Part II, #60518

Box 18, Folder 3

Production File, including scripts, "The Mangrove Tree," by Chester Krumholz, November 15, 1967-January 15, 1968.

 

"You Can Get Killed Out There," #60519

Box 18, Folder 4

Production File, including scripts by Arthur Dales, December 7, 1967-January 16, 1968.

 

"The Box," #60520

Box 18, Folder 5

Production File, including scripts by Teddi Sherman and Chester Krumholz, December 15, 1967-January 24, 1968.

 

"Eight to Five, It's a Miracle," #60521

Box 18, Folder 6

Production File, including a script by Arthur Dales with story by Maureen Daly, December 28, 1967-February 6, 1968.

 

"Delayed Action," #60522

Box 19, Folder 1

Production File, including scripts by Barry Oringer, January 8- February 20, 1968.

 

"The Girl in the Frame," #60523

Box 19, Folder 2

Production File, including scripts by Wilton Schiller, January 18-February 21, 1968.

 

"To the Swiftest Death," #60052-24

Box 19, Folder 3-4

Production File and Budget, including scripts by John Meredyth Lucas, (April 24-August 9, 1968)-May 10, 1969.

 

"The Silent Cry," #60052-25.

Box 19, Folder 5-6

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Arthur Weiss, (April 29-June 20, 1968)-May 10, 1969.

 

"Edge of the Knife," #60052-26

Box 20, Folder 1-2

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Stephan Kandel, (May 3-September 26, 1968)-May 10, 1969.

 

"Pressure Point," #60052-27

Box 20, Folder 3-4

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Warren Duff, (May 13-July 9, 1968)-March 22, 1969.

 

"Comes Up Rose," #60052-28

Box 20, Folder 5

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Lee Loeb, (May 31-September 13, 1968)-May 10, 1969.

 

"Who Will Dig the Graves?," #60052-29

Box 20, Folder 6-7

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Daniel Mainwaring, (June 7-August 9, 1968)-May 10, 1969.

 

"The End of the Rainbow," #60052-30

Box 21, Folder 1-2

Production File and Budget, including script by Jackson Gillis, (June 14-September 3, 1968)-May 10, 1969.

 

"A Copy of Murder," #60052-31

Box 21, Folder 3-4

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Brian McKay, (June 28-October 4, 1968)-May 10, 1969.

 

"Only Giants Can Play," #60052-32

Box 21, Folder 5-6

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Al C. Ward, (July 17-October 25, 1968)-May 10, 1969.

 

"The Need of a Friend," #60052-33

Box 21, Folder 7-8

Production File and Budget, including scripts, "All the Queen's Horses," by Chester Krumholz, (June 26-October 14, 1968)-May 10, 1969.

 

"Night Out of Time," #60052-34

Box 22, Folder 1-2

Production File and Budget, including scripts, "Black-Out!," by Jerome Ross, (August 14-October 14, 1968)-May 10, 1969.

 

"Fear I to Fall," #60052-35

Box 22, Folder 3-4

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Samuel Newman, (August 20-December 3, 1968)-May 10, 1969.

 

"A View of Nowhere," #60052-36

Box 22, Folder 5-6

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Stephen Kandel, (August 30-November 18, 1968)-May 10, 1969.

 

"Death Run," #60052-37

Box 22, Folder 7-8

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Edward Lasko, (September 9-December 9, 1968)-May 10, 1968.

 

"End Game," #60052-38

Box 23, Folder 1-2

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Cliff Gould, (June 3-December 5, 1968)-May 10, 1969.

 

"A Pittance of Faith," #60052-39

Box 23, Folder 3-4

Production File and Budget, including a script, "The Twenty-One Friends of Gina Lardelli," by Blake Ritchie and Warren Duff, (November 6-December 23, 1968)-May 10, 1969.

 

"Shadow of a Man," #60052-40

Box 23, Folder 5-6

Production File and Budget, including scripts, "Killjoy," by Stephan Kandel, (November 11, 1968-January 10, 1969)-May 10, 1969.

 

"The Girl Who Came in With the Tide," #60052-41

Box 23, Folder 7-8

Production File and Budget, including a script by Blake Ritchie, Don Mankiewicz, and Donn Mullally, (November 26, 1968-January 20, 1969)-May 10, 1969.

 

"Death in a Minor Key," #60052-42

Box 23, Folder 9-10

Production File and the Budget, including scripts, "The Color of Time," by Ed Adamson, (December 6, 1968-January 23, 1969)-May 10, 1969.

 

"All Around the Money Tree," #60052-43

Box 24, Folder 1-2

Production File and Budget, including scripts, "Route of Evil," by Donn Mullally, (August 19, 1968-January 29,1969)-May 10, 1969.

 

"Odds Against Donald Jordan," #60052-45

Box 24, Folder 3-4

Production File and Budget, including a script, "Bet on Tomorrow," by Chester Krumholz, (December 31, 1968-February 13, 1969)-May 10, 1969.

 

"Last Rites for Miss Emma," #60052-45

Box 24, Folder 5-6

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Albert Beich and William H. Wright, (January 6-February 28)-May 10, 1969.

 

"Solid Gold Web," #60052-46

Box 24, Folder 7-8

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Blake Ritchie and Donn Mullally, (January 14-March 6)-May 10, 1969.

 

"To Catch a Rabbit," #60052-47

Box 25, Folder 1-2

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Shirl Hendryx, (January 2-March 19)-May 10, 1969.

 

"Merry-Go-Round for Murder," #60052-48

Box 25, Folder 3-4

Production File and Budget, including scripts by John Meredyth Lucas, (December 2, 1968-March 25, 1969)-May 10, 1969.

 

"Missing: Sun and Sky," #60053-49

Box 25, Folder 5

Production File, including scripts by Halsted Welles, Cliff Gould, and Norman Katkov, April 30-June 30, 1969.

 

"Eagles Sometimes Can't Fly," #60053-50

Box 25, Folder 6

Production File, including scripts by Robert Heverly, May 14-June 30, 1969.

 

"A Question of Midnight," #60053-51

Box 25, Folder 7

Production File, including a script, "Nightingale, by Barry Oringer, May 12-July 17, 1969.

 

"Color Her Missing," #60053-52

Box 26, Folder 1

Production File, including scripts by Donn Mullally, May 9-July 28, 1969.

 

"Return to Summer Grove," #60053-53

Box 26, Folder 2

Production File, including scripts by Cliff Gould, April 28-August 20, 1969.

 

"Tooth of the Serpent," #60053-54

Box 26, Folder 3

Production File, including scripts by Robert Lewin, April 23-August 26, 1969.

 

"A Penny for the Peep Show," #60053-55

Box 26, Folder 4

Production File, including scripts by Stephen Kandel, July 7-September 9, 1969.

 

"The Playground," #60053-56

Box 26, Folder 5

Production File, including scripts by Ed Adamson, June 5-September 12, 1969.

 

"A Sleep in the Deep," #60053-57

Box 26, Folder 6

Production File, including scripts, "Still Waters," by John Meredyth Lucas, June 17-September 23, 1969.

 

"Memory: Zero," #60053-58

Box 27, Folder 1

Production File, including scripts, "Thanks for the Memory," by Lionel Siegel and Ric Vollaerts, July 2-October 1, 1969.

 

"The Nowhere Victim," #60053-59

Box 27, Folder 2

Production File, including scripts by Dan Ullman, August 11-October 9, 1969.

 

"Who Killed Me?," #60053-60

Box 27, Folder 3

Production File, including scripts by Stephan Kandel, August 25-October 13, 1969.

 

"The Sound of Darkness," #60053-61

Box 27, Folder 4

Production File, including scripts by Barry Trivers, August 27-November 3, 1969.

 

"Medal for a Hero," #60053-62

Box 27, Folder 5

Production File, including scripts by Frank Telford, August 20-October 23, 1969.

 

"The Blind Mirror," #60053-063

Box 28, Folder 1

Production File, including scripts rewritten by Don Brinkley, July 23-November 6, 1969.

 

"Once Upon a Saturday," #60053-64

Box 28, Folder 2

Production File, including scripts by Arline Anderson and Barry Crane, September 12-November 25, 1969.

 

"A Chance at the Roses," #60053-65

Box 28, Folder 3

Production File, including scripts by Lou Shaw and Lionel Siegel, September 12-November 26, 1969.

 

"Walk with a Dead Man," #60053-66

Box 28, Folder 4

Production File, including scripts by Ed Adamson, September 23-December 1, 1969.

 

"Harlequin's Gold," #60053-67

Box 28, Folder 5

Production File, including scripts, "The Man From Down Under," by Don Brinkley and Oliver Crawford, October 8-December 15, 1969.

 

"Who is Sylvia?," #60053-68

Box 29, Folder 1

Production File, including scripts by Alfred Brenner, October 31, 1969-January 26, 1970.

 

"Only One Death to a Customer," #60053-69.

Box 29, Folder 2

Production File, including scripts by John Meredyth Lucas, October 6, 1969-January 7, 1970.

 

"The Search for Darrell Andrews," #60053-70

Box 29, Folder 3

Production File, including scripts by John Knuebuhl, November 28, 1969-January 28, 1970.

 

"Fly Little One," #60053-71

Box 29, Folder 4

Production File, including scripts by Arthur Weiss, December 7, 1969-January 23, 1970.

 

"Murder Revisited," #60053-72

Box 29, Folder 5

Production File, including scripts by Ed Adamson, story by Ed Adamson and Orville Hampton, December 16, 1969-January 30, 1970.

 

"War of Nerves," 60053-73

Box 30, Folder 1

Production File, including a script by Barry Trivers, December 28, 1969-February 25, 1970.

 

"One for the Lady," #60054-074

Box 30, Folder 2-3

Production File and Budget, including a script by Dan Ullman, (May 18-June 4)-July 11, 1970.

 

"Time Out of Mind," #60054-075

Box 30, Folder 4-5

Production File and Budget, including a script by Robert Pirosh, (May 27-June 10)-July 11, 1970.

 

"Figures in a Landscape," #60054-076

Box 30, Folder 6

Budget, July 11, 1970.

 

"Round Trip to Nowhere," #60054-077

Box 30, Folder 7-8

Production File and Budget, including a script, "Ticket to Nowhere," by John Meredyth Lucas, (March 11-June 30)-July 11, 1970.

 

"The Lost Art of Dying," #60054-078

Box 30, Folder 9-10

Production File and Budget, including a script by Ed Adamson, (June 26-July 4)-July 11, 1970.

 

"A Ticket to the Eclipse," #60054-079

Box 30, Folder 11-12

Production File and Budget, including a script by Harold Medford, story by Bruce Geller, June 8-July 15, 1970.

 

"Deja Vu," #60054-087

Box 30, Folder 13

Script, by Stephan Kandel, revisions by Harold Medford, August 11, 1970.

 

"The Glass Trap," #60055-098

Box 30, Folder 13

Script, by Edward Lakso, March 30, 1971.

 

"Dark So Early, Dark So Long," #60055-099

Box 30, Folder 13

Script, by Robert W. Lenski, April 28,1971.

 

"Days Beyond Recall," #60055-100

Box 30, Folder 14

Script, by Robert Pirosh, May 7,1971.

 

"Woman in the Shadows," #60055-101

Box 30, Folder 14

Script, by Karl Tunberg, May 18, 1971.

 

"Wine from These Grapes," #60055-103

Box 30, Folder 14

Script, by David H. Vowell, June 7, 1971.

 

"A Step in Time," #60055-104

Box 31, Folder 1

Script, by Mann Rubin, June 22, 1971.

 

"Murder Times Three," #60055-105

Box 31, Folder 1

Script, by Stephan Kandel, July 1, 1971.

 

"Run Till Dark," #60055-106

Box 31, Folder 1

Script, "Lee Thomas and the Angels," by Dan Ullman, July 8, 1975.

 

"A Button for General D," #60055-107

Box 31, Folder 2

Script, by Ernie Frankel, July 21, 1971.

 

"The Man Outside," #60055-108

Box 31, Folder 2

Script, by Arthur Weiss, story by Tibor Zada, September 7, 1971.

 

"A Choice of Evils," #60055-109

Box 31, Folder 2

Script, by James Schmerer, September 16, 1971.

 

"Catspaw," #60055-110

Box 31, Folder 3

Script, by Frank Telford, September 24, 1971.

 

"To Save a Dead Man," #60055-111

Box 31, Folder 3

Script, by Donn Mullally, August 16, 1971.

 

"Babe in the Woods," #60055-112

Box 31, Folder 3

Script, by Robert W. Lenski, October 13, 1971.

 

"Moving Target," #60055-113

Box 31, Folder 4

Script, by Karl Tunberg, November 9, 1971.

 

"Nightshade," #60055-114

Box 31, Folder 4

Script, by Marty Roth with Ed Waters, October 21, 1971.

 

"The Sound of Murder," #60055-115

Box 31, Folder 4

Script, by Leigh Vance, October 28, 1971.

 

"Cry Pigeon," #60055-116

Box 31, Folder 5

Script, by Donn Mullally, November 30, 1971.

 

"Death is the Fifth Gear," #60055-117

Box 31, Folder 6

Script, by Chester Krumholz, November 18, 1971.

 

"Lifeline," #60055-118

Box 31, Folder 5

Script, by Dan Ullmann, December 15, 1971.

 

"A Walk in the Shadows," #60055-119

Box 32, Folder 1

Script, by Edward Lakso with Ed Waters, December 8,1971.

 

"To Draw the Lightning," #60055-120

Box 32, Folder 1

Script, by Ed Adamson, December 31, 1971.

 

"Scapegoat," #60055-121

Box 32, Folder 1

Script, by Stephen Kandel, January 7, 1972.

 

"Harvest of Death," #60056-122

Box 32, Folder 2

Script, by Harold Medford and Jerry Thomas, April 5, 1972.

 

"Cry Silence," #60056-123

Box 32, Folder 2

Script, by Ed Waters and Oliver Crawford, April 17, 1972.

 

"The Inside Man," #60056-124

Box 32, Folder 2

Script, by A. A. Ross, April 24,1972.

 

"To Kill a Memory," #60056-125

Box 32, Folder 3

Script, by Arthur Weiss, May 8, 1972.

 

"One Step to Midnight," #60056-126

Box 32, Folder 3

Script, by Warren Duff, May 12, 1972.

 

"The Crimson Halo," #60056-127

Box 32, Folder 3

Script, by Shimon Wincelberg, May 23, 1972.

 

"Broken Mirror," #60056-128

Box 32, Folder 4

Script, by Robert Pirosh and Leigh Vance, June 5, 1972.

 

"The Open Web," #60056-129

Box 32, Folder 4

Script, by Donn Mullally, June 15, 1972.

 

"A Game of Shadows," #60056-130

Box 32, Folder 4

Script, by Leigh Vance, June 12, 1972.

 

"A Puzzle for One," #60056-131

Box 32, Folder 5

Script, by David P. Harmon and Alfred Hayes, June 21, 1972.

 

"The Upside Down Penny," #60056-132

Box 32, Folder 5

Script, by Robert W. Lenski, July 13, 1972.

 

"Portrait of a Hero," #60056-133

Box 32, Folder 5

Script, by John Meredyth Lucas, July 24, 1972.

 

"Lost Sunday," #60056-134

Box 33, Folder 1

Script, by Ellis Marcus and Alfred Hayes, August 11, 1972.

 

"Light and Shadow," #60056-135

Box 33, Folder 1

Script, by Harold Medford and Richard Murphy, September 13,1972.

 

"See No Evil," #60056-136

Box 33, Folder 1

Script, by Shimon Wincelberg, September 25, 1972.

 

"A Matter of Principle," #60056-137

Box 33, Folder 2

Script, by Howard Browne, September 22, 1972.

 

"Out of the Night," #60056-138

Box 33, Folder 2

Script, Albert Beich and William H. Wright, October 11, 1972.

 

"The Man Who Wasn't There," #60056-139

Box 33, Folder 2

Script, by Robert W. Lenski, October 23, 1972.

 

"A Problem of Innocence," #60056-140

Box 33, Folder 3

Script, by Dan Ullman, October 30, 1972.

 

"The Faces of Murder," #60056-141

Box 33, Folder 3

Script, by Stanley Roberts with Robert W. Lenski, November 8, 1972.

 

"Carol Lockwood, Past Tense," #60056-142

Box 33, Folder 3

Script, by Harold Medford and Blake Ritchie, November 14, 1972.

 

"Search for a Whisper," #60056-143

Box 33, Folder 4

Script, by John Meredyth Lucas, November 28, 1972.

 

"To Quote a Dead Man," #60056-144

Box 33, Folder 4

Script, by Robert W. Lenski from a story by Richard L. Breen and James T. Surtees, December 6, 1972.

 

"The Danford File," #60056-145

Box 33, Folder 4

Script, by Mann Rubin, December 15, 1972.

 

"Little Girl Lost," #60057-146

Box 33, Folder 5

Script, "A Child of Our Times," by Chester Krumholz, May 22, 1973.

 

"The Way to Dusty Death," #60057-147

Box 33, Folder 5

Script, "Flash Point," by Herb Meadow, June 15, 1973.

 

"Girl in the Polka Dot Dress," #60057-148

Box 33, Folder 5

Script, "The Vision," by Dan Ullman from a story by Ben Roberts, July 2, 1973.

 

"Climb a Deadly Mountain," #60057-149

Box 34, Folder 1

Script, "The Second Man," by Richard L. Breen and James T. Surtees, July 10, 1973.

 

"Desert Run," #60057-150

Box 34, Folder 1

Script, by John Meredyth Lucas and Arthur Weiss, July 17, 1973.

 

"The Gang's All Here," #60057-151

Box 34, Folder 1

Script, by Albert Beich, Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts, July 30, 1973.

 

"Silent Target," #60057-152

Box 34, Folder 2

Script, by Shimon Wincelberg, Ivan Goff, and Ben Roberts, September 7, 1973.

 

"Death Song," 360057-154

Box 34, Folder 2

Script, "Sing a Song of Murder," by Stephen Kandel, Alfred Hayes, Ivan Goff, and Ben Roberts, September 7, 1973.

 

"Deadly Madonna," #60057-155

Box 34, Folder 2

Script, "Smoke Screen," by Mann Rubin, Ivan Goff, and Ben Roberts, September 19, 1973.

 

"Search for the Auroras," #60057-156

Box 34, Folder 3

Script, "Search in the Park," by Blake Ritchie, October 1, 1973.

 

"Deadly Affair," #60057-157

Box 34, Folder 4

Script, "Cry Danger," by Robert W. Lenski, October 19, 1973.

 

"Death Trip, #60057-158

Box 34, Folder 4

Script, "A Matter of the Heart," by Harold Medford, part I, October 18, 1973 - part II, October 19, 1973.

 

"All the Dead Were Strangers," #60057-160

Box 34, Folder 5

Script, by Karl Tunberg, November 7, 1973.

 

"The Dark Hours," #60057-161

Box 34, Folder 5

Script, by Donn Mullally, November 16, 1973.

 

"A Night Full of Darkness," #60057-163

Box 34, Folder 5

Script, by Martin Roth and Donn Mullally, December 6, 1973.

 

"Walk a Double Line," #60057-162

Box 34, Folder 6

Script, "Double Image," by Lou Shaw, Ed Waters, Ivan Goff, and Ben Roberts, September 20, 1973.

 

"The Girl from Nowhere," #60057-164

Box 34, Folder 7

Script, by Harold Livingston, December 21, 1973.

 

"A Rage to Kill," #60057-165

Box 34, Folder 7

Script, by Bernard C. Schoenfeld and Shimon Wincelberg, January 4, 1974.

 

"Mask for a Charade," #60057-166

Box 34, Folder 7

Script, by Frank Telford, January 16, 1974.

 

"A Question of Murder," #60057-167

Box 35, Folder 1

Script, by Jim Bateman and Arthur Weiss, January 22, 1974.

 

"Trap for a Pigeon," #60057-168

Box 35, Folder 1

Script, by David P. Harmon, January 31, 1974.

 

"The Ragged Edge," #60057-169

Box 35, Folder 1

Script, by Dan Ullman, February 11, 1974.

 

"A Fine Day for Dying," #60058-172

Box 35, Folder 2

Script, by Edward J. Lakso and Harold Medford, April 25, 1974.

 

"Portrait in Blue," #60058-173

Box 35, Folder 3

Script, by Mel Torme, James L. Henderson, Stephan Kandel, May 3, 1974.

 

"The Face of Death," #60058-174

Box 35, Folder 3

Script, by Shimon Wincelberg, May 14, 1974.

 

"Walk on the Blind Side," #60058-175

Box 35, Folder 3

Script, "Double Identity," by Albert Beich, May 27, 1974.

 

"The Green Man," #60058-176

Box 35, Folder 4

Script, "A Guy Could Get Himself Killed," by Richard Carlson and Stephan Kandel, June 4, 1974.

 

"Picture of a Shadow," #60058-177

Box 35, Folder 4

Script, by Donn Mullally and Alfred Hayes, June 12, 1974.

 

"A Small Favor for an Old Friend," #60058-178

Box 35, Folder 4

Script, by Harold Livingston, September 3, 1974.

 

"Enter Tami Okada," #60058-180

Box 35, Folder 5

Script, by Robert Pirosh, September 24, 1974.

 

"A Word Called Courage," #60058-183

Box 35, Folder 5

Script, by George F. Slavin and Alfred Hayes, October 21, 1974.

 

"Man in a Trap," #60058-184

Box 35, Folder 5

Script, by Bernard C. Schoenfeld, October 28, 1974.

 

"Chance Meeting," #60058-185

Box 35, Folder 6

Script, by Frank Telford, November 8, 1974.

 

"Edge of the Web," #60058-186

Box 35, Folder 6

Script, by Terence and Karl Tunberg, November 18, 1974.

 

"Bird of Prey," #60058-187

Box 35, Folder 6

Script, by Alfred Hayes, based on the novel by Victor Canning, November 29, 1974.

 

Untitled, #60058-189

Box 36, Folder 1

Script, by Robert Hamner, December 2, 1974.

 

"Design for Dying," #60058-191

Box 36, Folder 1

Script, by James L. Henderson, January 9, 1975.

 

"Hardball," #60058-192

Box 36, Folder 1

Script, by Albert Beich and Alfred Hayes, January 21, 1975.

 

"Search for a Dead Man," #60058-193

Box 36, Folder 2

Script, by Dan Ullman, January 29, 1975.

 

"A Choice of Victims," no number

Box 36, Folder 2

Script, by John Meredyth Lucas and Alfred Hayes, August 5, 1974.

 

"Cold Trail," no number

Box 36, Folder 3

Script, by Ed Waters, from a story by Boris Sobleman, May 27, 1971.

 

"Desert Sun," no number

Box 36, Folder 3

Script, by David P. Harmon, April 8, 1974.

 

"Game Plan," no number

Box 36, Folder 4

Script, by Merwin Gerard, Donn Mullally, and Alfred Hayes, April 9, 1974.

 

"Quartet for Blunt Instrument," no number

Box 36, Folder 4

Script, by Shimon Wincelberg, September 10, 1974.

 

"A Ransom for Yesterday," no number

Box 36, Folder 4

Script, by Mann Rubin, December 17, 1974.

 

"Scent of Fear," no number

Box 36, Folder 5

Script, by Bernard Schoenfeld, September 17, 1974.

 

"The Survivor Who Wasn't," no number

Box 36, Folder 5

Script, by Harold Medford, from a story by Ben Roberts, September 20, 1974.

 

"World Without Sunday," no number

Box 36, Folder 5

Script, "The Sunday Factor," by Robert Pirosh, July 25, 1973.

Box 36, Folder 6

Miscellaneous Script Fragments, ca. 1966, n.d.

Box 37, Folder 1-2

Miscellaneous Script Fragments, ca. 1966, n.d.

 

General Production Information

Box 37, Folder 3

Contract Requests for Composers, Directors, Writers, 1971-1972.

Box 37, Folder 4

Director's List, 1970-1971.

Box 37, Folder 5

Staff and Crew List, 1970.

Box 37, Folder 6

Writer's List, 1967-1968.

Box 37, Folder 7

Miscellany, ca. 1971-1973.

Box 37, Folder 8-10

Production Status Reports for Series, 1968-1970.

Box 37, Folder 11

Release Schedules, 1967-1973.

Box 38, Folder 1

Script Status Reports, 1971-1974.

Box 38, Folder 2

Director's Shooting Schedules, 1970-1974.

 

Mannix and Mission: Impossible

Scope and Content Note

Mission Impossible records include production files for episodes 1-106. Sotry outlines and written drafts for each episode are included for episodes 1-27. Only scripts are included for episodes 113-168.
Box 38, Folder 3

Miscellaneous Correspondence, January 31, 1971-August 21, 1973.

Box 38, Folder 4-6

Nielsen Ratings, 1971-1973.

Box 38, Folder 7

Paramount Television Phone Directory, 1970.

 

Mission: Impossible

Scope and Content Note

(Desilu. 1966-1973. Original telecast on CBS.)
Box 38, Folder 8

Episode Sequence and Episode Synopses, ca. 1966-1973.

 

Pilot, (untitled)

Box 38, Folder 9

Scripts and Drafts, including "Brigg's Squad," by Bruce Geller, October-November, 1965; n.d.

Box 39, Folder 1-2

Scripts and Drafts, October, 1965-January 1966.

 

"Old Man Out," #6161-2, (Parts I and II)

Box 39, Folder 3-4

Production File, including scripts, "The Vossek Rescue," by Ellis Marcus, May 2-August 10, 1966.

Box 39, Folder 5-6

Drafts of Scripts, April-June, 1966; n.d.

Box 40, Folder 1

Drafts of Scripts, April-August, 1966.

 

"Memory," #6161-3

Box 40, Folder 2

Production File, including scripts by Robert Lewin, May 17-July 5, 1966.

Box 40, Folder 3-4

Drafts of Scripts, March-May, 1966; n.d.

 

"Operation Rogosh," #6161-4

Box 40, Folder 5

Production File, including a script by Jerome Ross., May 27-July 18, 1966.

Box 40, Folder 6-7

Drafts of Scripts, April-May, 1966.

 

"Odds on Evil," #6161-5

Box 41, Folder 1

Production File, including a script by William Reed Woodfield and Allan Balter, June 20-September 20, 1966.

Box 41, Folder 2

Drafts of Scripts, April-May, 1966.

 

"A Spool There Was," #6161-6

Box 41, Folder 3

Production File, including scripts, "To Catch a Scorpion, by Ellis Marcus, June 22-July 15, 1966.

Box 41, Folder 4-5

Drafts of Scripts, May-June, 1966.

 

"Fakeout," #6161-7

Box 42, Folder 1

Production File, including scripts by Leigh Chapman, July 1-September 26, 1966.

Box 42, Folder 2-4

Drafts of Scripts, April-August, 1966.

 

"Wheels," #6161-8

Box 42, Folder 5

Production File, including a script by Laurence Heath, July 18-September 2, 1966.

Box 42, Folder 6-7

Drafts of Scripts, May-July, 1966; n.d.

 

"The Ransom," #6161-9

Box 43, Folder 1

Production File, including scripts by William Reed Woodfield and Allan Balter, August 8-September 16, 1966.

Box 43, Folder 2

Drafts of Scripts, July-August, 1966; n.d.

 

"Elena," #6161-10

Box 43a, Folder 3

Production File, including scripts by Robert Lewin, August 24-December 6, 1966.

Box 43a, Folder 4

Drafts of Scripts, June-September, 1966.

 

"Zubrovnik's Ghost," #6161-11

Box 43a, Folder 5

Production File, including scripts by Robert Lewin, September 7-October 6, 1966.

Box 44, Folder 1-2

Drafts of Scripts, July-September, 1966; n.d.

 

"The Trial," #6161-12

Box 44, Folder 3

Production File, including scripts by Laurence Heath, November 14-December 9, 1966.

Box 44, Folder 4-5

Drafts of Scripts, November-December, 1966; n.d.

 

"The Carriers," #6161-13

Box 44, Folder 6

Production File, including scripts by William Reed Woodfield and Allan Balter, September 19-October 19, 1966.

Box 44, Folder 7

Drafts of Scripts, July-September, 1966.

 

"Short Tail Spy," #6161-14

Box 45, Folder 1

Production File, including a script by Julian Barry, October 10-October 28, 1966.

Box 45, Folder 2-3

Drafts of Scripts, August-October, 1966; n.d.

 

"The Legacy," #6161-15

Box 45, Folder 4

Production File, including scripts by William Reed Woodfield and Allan Balter, October 14-December 20, 1966.

Box 45, Folder 5-6

Drafts of Scripts, September-October, 1966; n.d.

 

"The Reluctant Dragon," #6161-16

Box 45, Folder 7

Production File, including scripts by Chester Krumholz, October 31-December 27, 1966.

Box 46, Folder 1-2

Drafts of Scripts, November, 1966; n.d.

 

"The Frame," #6161-17

Box 46, Folder 3

Production File, including scripts by William Reed Woodfield and Allan Balter, November 4-30,1966.

Box 46, Folder 4

Drafts of Scripts, October-November, 1966.

 

"The Diamond," #6161-18

Box 46, Folder 5

Production File, including scripts by William Reed Woodfield and Allan Balter, November 29-December 20, 1966.

Box 46, Folder 6

Drafts of Scripts, September-November, 1966.

 

"The Legend," #6161-19

Box 46, Folder 7

Production File including scripts by Mann Rubin, December 9-30, 1966.

Box 47, Folder 1

Drafts of Scripts, December, 1966; n.d.

 

"The Confession," #6161-20

Box 47, Folder 2

Production File, including scripts by William Reed Woodfield and Allan Balter, December 20, 1966-January 11, 1967.

Box 47, Folder 3

Drafts of Scripts, December, 1966.

 

"Snowball in Hell," #6161-21

Box 47, Folder 4-5

Production File, including scripts by Judith and Robert Guy Barrows, January 6-20, 1967.

Box 47, Folder 6-7

Drafts of Scripts, April, 1966-January, 1967.

Box 48, Folder 1

Drafts of Scripts, January, 1967.

 

"Action," #6161-22

Box 48, Folder 2

Production File, including scripts by Robert Lewin, January 18-February 2, 1967.

Box 48, Folder 3-4

Drafts of Scripts, January, 1967; n.d.

 

"The Train," #6161-23

Box 48, Folder 5

Production File, including scripts by William Reed Woodfield and Allan Balter, January 26-March 13, 1967.

Box 49, Folder 1-2

Drafts of Scripts, January-February, 1967; n.d.

 

"Shock," #6161-24

Box 49, Folder 3

Production File, including scripts by Laurence Heath, February 6-March 1, 1967.

Box 49, Folder 4

Drafts of Scripts, ca. 1967.

 

"A Cube of Sugar," #6161-25

Box 49, Folder 5

Production File, including scripts by William Reed Woodfield and Allan Balter, February 14-March 17, 1967.

Box 49, Folder 6

Revisions, February, 1967.

 

"The Traitor," #6161-26

Box 49, Folder 7

Production File, including scripts, "Run, Rat, Run," by Edward J. Lakso, February 26-March 10, 1967.

Box 50, Folder 1

Drafts of Scripts, February, 1967; n.d.

 

"The Psychic," #6161-27

Box 50, Folder 2

Production File, including scripts by William Reed Woodfield and Allan Balter, March 9-23, 1967.

Box 50, Folder 3

Drafts of Scripts, March, 1967.

 

"The Survivors," #5161-28

Box 50, Folder 4

Production File, including scripts by William Reed Woodfield and Allan Balter, May 8-September 1, 1967.

 

"Trek," #5161-29

Box 50, Folder 5

Production File, including scripts by Laurence Heath, May 11-July 28, 1967.

 

"The Bank," #60030

Box 51, Folder 1

Production File, including scripts, "The Bank Heist," by Brad Radnitz, May 16-September 15, 1967.

 

"Operation—Heart," #5161-31

Box 51, Folder 2

Production File, including scripts by John O'Dea and Arthur Rowe, May 31-September 29, 1967.

 

"The Slave," #60032, (Parts I and II)

Box 51, Folder 3-4

Production File, including scripts by William Reed Woodfield and Allan Balter, June 9-September 29, 1967.

 

"The Widow," #5161-33

Box 51, Folder 5

Production File, including scripts by Barney Slater, June 15-September 1, 1967.

 

"The Money Machine," #60034

Box 51, Folder 6

Production File, including scripts by Richard M. Sakal, August 2-October 2, 1967.

 

"The Seal," #60035

Box 52, Folder 1

Production File, including scripts by William Reed Woodfield and Allan Balter, August 10-October 18, 1967.

 

"Sweet Charity," #60036

Box 52, Folder 2

Production File, including scripts by Barney Slater, August 31-November 1, 1967.

 

"The Council," #60037, (Parts I and II)

Box 52, Folder 3-4

Production File, including scripts by William Reed Woodfield and Allan Balter, September 13-November 16, 1967.

 

"The Echo of Yesterday," #60038

Box 52, Folder 5

Production File, including scripts by Mann Rubin, October 4-November 28, 1967.

 

"The Astrologer," #60039

Box 52, Folder 6

Production File, including scripts, "Day of the Scorpion," by James F. Griffin, September 22-November 27, 1967.

 

"The Photographer," #60040

Box 52, Folder 7

Production File, including scripts by William Reed Woodfield and Allan Balter, October 20-November 30, 1967.

 

"The Spy," #60041

Box 53, Folder 1

Production File, including scripts, "The Stubborn Spy," by Barney Slater, October 30-December 13, 1967.

 

"A Game of Chess," #60042

Box 53, Folder 2

Production File, including scripts by Richard M. Sakal, November 7, 1967 - January 3, 1968.

 

"The Emerald," #60043

Box 53, Folder 3

Production File, including scripts by William Reed Woodfield and Allan Balter, November 20, 1967-January 16, 1968.

 

"The Condemned," #60044

Box 53, Folder 4

Production File, including scripts by Laurence Heath, November 24, 1967-January 9, 1968.

 

"The Counterfeiter," #60045

Box 53, Folder 5

Production File, including scripts by William Reed Woodfield and Allan Balter, December 9, 1967-January 16, 1968.

 

"The Town," #60046

Box 53, Folder 6

Production File, including scripts by Sy Salkowitz, December 11, 1967-January 30, 1968.

 

"The Killing," #60047

Box 54, Folder 1

Production File, including scripts by William Reed Woodfield and Allan Balter, January 4-February 6, 1968.

 

"The Phoenix," #60048

Box 54, Folder 2

Production File, including a script by John D. F. Black, January 15-February 15, 1968.

 

"Trial by Fury," #60049

Box 54, Folder 3

Production File, including scripts by Sy Salkowitz, January 19-February 27, 1968.

 

"Recovery," #60050

Box 54, Folder 4

Production File, including a script by William Reed Woodfield and Allan Balter, February 5-March 7, 1968.

 

"The Mercenaries," #60033-51

Box 54, Folder 5-6

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Laurence Heath, (April 29-July 19, 1968)-May 10, 1969.

 

"The Heir Apparent," #60033-52

Box 54, Folder 7-8

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Robert E. Thompson, (April 30-July 29, 1968)-May 10, 1969.

 

"The Diplomat," #60033-53

Box 55, Folder 1-2

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Jerry Ludwig, (May 25-July 30, 1968)-May 10, 1969.

 

"The Contender," #60033-54, (Parts I and II)

Box 55, Folder 3-5

Production File and Budget, including scripts by William Reed Woodfield and Allan Balter, (April 26-September 9, 1968)-May 10, 1969.

 

"The Execution," #60033-56

Box 55, Folder 6-7

Production File and Budget, including scripts by William Reed Woodfield and Allan Balter, (June 21-September 30, 1968)-May 10, 1969.

 

"The Play," #60033-57

Box 56, Folder 1-2

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Lou Shaw, (July 1-October 2, 1968)-May 10, 1969.

 

"The Cardinal," #60033-58

Box 56, Folder 3-4

Production File and Budget, including scripts by John T. Dugan, (July 2-September 30, 1968)-May 10, 1969.

 

"The Elixir," #60033-59

Box 56, Folder 5-6

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Max Hodge, (July 23-October 29, 1968)-May 10, 1969.

 

"The Exchange," #60033-60

Box 56, Folder 7-8

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Laurence Heath, (July 31-November 18, 1968)-May 10, 1969.

 

"The Bargain," #60033-61

Box 57, Folder 1-2

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Robert E. Thompson, (August 7-November 18, 1968)-May 10, 1969.

 

"The Mind of Stephan Miklos," #60033-62

Box 57, Folder 3-4

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Paul Playdon, (August 26, 1968-January 3)-May 10, 1969.

 

"The Freeze," #60033-63

Box 57, Folder 5-6

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Paul Playdon, (September 5-December 11, 1968)-May 10, 1969.

 

"The Test Case," #60033-64

Box 57, Folder 7-8

Production File and Budget, including scripts, "The Immortality of Raymond Barrett," by Laurence Heath, (September 16-December 11, 1968)-May 10, 1969.

 

"The System," #60033-65

Box 58, Folder 1-2

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Robert Hamner, (September 24-December 30, 1968)-May 10, 1969.

 

"The Glass Cage," #60033-66

Box 58, Folder 3-4

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Paul Playdon from a story by Alf Harris, (October 9-December 27, 1968)-May 10, 1969.

 

"Live Bait," #60033-67

Box 58, Folder 5-6

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Jim Buchanan and Ron Austin, from a story by Meyer Dounsky, (October 17, 1968-January 9)-May 10, 1969.

 

"Doomsday," #60033-68

Box 58, Folder 7-8

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Laurence Heath, (October 28, 1968-January 16)-May 10, 1969.

 

"The Bunker," #60033-69, (Parts I and II)

Box 59, Folder 1-2

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Paul Playdon November 25, 1968-February 25)-May 10, 1969.

 

"Nitro," #60033-71

Box 59, Folder 3-4

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Laurence Heath, (December 10, 1968-February 24)-May 10, 1969.

 

"The Vault," #60033-72

Box 59, Folder 5-6

Production File and Budget, including a script by Judy Burns, (January 3-February 27)-May 10, 1969.

 

"Nicole," #60033-73

Box 59, Folder 7-8

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Paul Playdon, (January 12-March 7)-May 10, 1969.

 

"Illusion," #60033-74

Box 59, Folder 9-10

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Laurence Heath, (January 10-March 21)-May 10, 1969.

 

"The Interrogator," #60033-75

Box 60, Folder 1-2

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Paul Playdon, (February 3-April 3)-May 10, 1969.

 

"The Controllers," #60033-76, (Parts I and II)

Box 60, Folder 3-4

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Laurence Heath, May 21-July 22, 1969.

 

"The Code," #60034-78

Box 60, Folder 5-6

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Ken Pettus, June 14-August 12, 1969.

 

"Mastermind," #60034-79

Box 60, Folder 7-8

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Jerry Ludwig, June 18-August 27, 1969.

 

"The Number's Game," #60034-80

Box 60, Folder 9-10

Production File and Budget, including scripts, "The Key," by Leigh Vance, July 10-September 9, 1969.

 

"Commandante," #60034-81

Box 61, Folder 1-2

Production File and Budget, including scripts by Laurence Heath, June 30-September 18, 1969.

 

"Robot," #60034-82

Box 61, Folder 3

Production File, including scripts by Howard Berk, July 3-September 30, 1969.

 

"Fool's Gold," #60034-83

Box 61, Folder 4

Production File, including scripts by Ken Pettus, July 8-September 30, 1969.

 

"Double Circle," #60034-84

Box 61, Folder 5

Production File, including scripts by Jerry Ludwig, July 15-August 12, 1969.

 

"Submarine," #60034-085

Box 61, Folder 6

Production File, including scripts by Donald James, August 5-October 16, 1969.

 

"The Brothers," #60034-86

Box 62, Folder 1

Production File, including scripts by Leigh Vance from a story by Robert C. Dennis, August 12-October 29, 1969.

 

"The Falcon," #60034-087

Box 62, Folder 2-3

Production File, including scripts by Paul Playdon, September 9-December 31, 1969.

 

"Time Bomb," #60034-90

Box 62, Folder 4

Production File, including scripts by Paul Playdon, July 30-November 20, 1969.

 

"The Amnesiac," 460034-91

Box 62, Folder 5

Production File, including scripts by Robert Malcolm Young and Ken Pettus, from a story by Robert Malcolm Young, September 18-November 24, 1969.

 

"Chico," #60034-92

Box 62, Folder 6

Production File, including scripts, "The Chihauhua," by Ken Pettus, October 17-29, 1969.

 

"Terror," #60034-93

Box 63, Folder 1

Production File, including scripts by Laurence Heath, August 11, 1969-January 6, 1970.

 

"Gitano," #60034-94

Box 63, Folder 2

Production File, including scripts, "Toys," by Laurence Heath, September 5, 1969-January 6, 1970.

 

"Phantoms, " #60034-95

Box 63, Folder 3

Production File, including scripts by Laurence Heath, October 29, 1969-January 13, 1970.

 

"Lover's Not," #60034-96

Box 63, Folder 4

Production File, including scripts by Laurence Heath, November 28, 1969-January 27, 1970.

 

"Orpheus," #60034-97

Box 63, Folder 5

Production File, including scripts by Paul Playdon, December 7, 1969-February 2, 1970.

 

"The Choice," #60034-98

Box 63, Folder 6

Production File, including scripts by Ken Pettus from a story by Henry Sharp, December 17, 1969-February 20, 1970.

 

"The Crane," #60034-99

Box 64, Folder 1

Production File, including scripts by Ken Pettus, December 19, 1969-January 15, 1970.

 

"Death Squad," #60034-100

Box 64, Folder 2

Production File, including scripts by Laurence Heath, January 8-February 20, 1970.

 

"The Martyr," #60034-101

Box 64, Folder 3

Production File, including scripts by Ken Pettus, January 14-March 2, 1970.

 

Butterfly," #60035-102

Box 64, Folder 4-5

Production File and Budget, including a script by Eric Bercovici and Jerry Ludwig from a story by Sheldon Stark, May 19-June 13, 1970.

 

"Homecoming," #60035-103

Box 64, Folder 6

Production File, including scripts by Laurence Heath, May 29-June 11, 1970.

 

"The Rebel," #60035-104

Box 64, Folder 7

Production File, including scripts by Ken Pettus from a story by Norman Katkov and Ken Pettus, May 20-June 22, 1970.

 

"The Killer," #60035-105

Box 64, Folder 8

Production File, including scripts by Arthur Weiss, May 22-July 1, 1970.

 

"Flip Side," #60035-106

Box 64, Folder 9

Production File, including scripts by Jackson Gillis, June 26-July 10, 1970.

 

"The Catafalque," #60035-113

Box 65, Folder 1

Script, by Paul Playdon, August 26, 1970.

 

"Sicily," #60035-114

Box 65, Folder 1

Script, by David Moessinger from a story by Walter Brough and David Moessinger, August 31, 1970.

 

"Encore," #60036-125

Box 65, Folder 1

Script, by Harold Livingston, April 28, 1971.

 

"Blind," #60036-126

Box 65, Folder 2

Script, Arthur Weiss, May 6, 1971.

 

"The Bride," #60036-127

Box 65, Folder 2

Script, by Jackson Gillis, May 18, 1971.

 

"Run for the Money," #60036-128

Box 65, Folder 2

Script, by Edward J. Lakso, May 26, 1971.

 

"The Miracle," #60036-129

Box 65, Folder 3

Script, by Dan Ullman, June 6, 1971.

 

"Mind Bend," #60036-130

Box 65, Folder 3

Script, by Ronald Austin and James Buchanan, June 16, 1971.

 

"The Tram," #60036-131

Box 65, Folder 3

Script, by James L. Henderson and Sam Roeca, June 25, 1971.

 

"Encounter," #60036-132

Box 65, Folder 4

Script, by Howard Berk, July 6, 1971.

 

"Shape-Up," #60036-133

Box 65, Folder 4

Script, by Ed Adamson and Norman Katkov, July 14, 1971.

 

"Underwater," #60036-134

Box 65, Folder 4

Script, by Arthur Weiss, July 26, 1971.

 

"The Visitors," #60036-135

Box 65, Folder 5

Script, by Harold Livingston, August 3, 1971.

 

"The Connection," #60036-136

Box 65, Folder 5

Script, by Edward Lakso and Ken Pettus from a story by Edward Lakso, August 9, 1971.

 

"Invasion," #60036-137

Box 65, Folder 5

Script, by James Henderson and Sam Roeca, August 24, 1971.

 

"Image," #60036-138

Box 65, Folder 6

Script, by Sam Roeca and James Henderson, September 3, 1971.

 

"Blues," #60036-139

Box 65, Folder 6

Script, by Howard Berk, September 16, 1971.

 

"Nerves," #60036-140

Box 65, Folder 6

Script, by Henry Sharpe and Garrie Bateson, from a story by Henry Sharpe, September 24, 1971.

 

"Committed," #60036-141

Box 66, Folder 1

Script, by Arthur Weiss from a story by Laurence Heath, September 30, 1971.

 

"Stone Pillow," #60036-142

Box 66, Folder 1

Script, by Howard Browne, October 8, 1971.

 

"Double Dead," #60036-143

Box 66, Folder 1

Script, by Laurence Heath from a story by Jackson Gillis, October 22, 1971.

 

"Bag Woman," #60036-144

Box 66, Folder 2

Script, by Ed Adamson and Norman Katkov, November 1, 1971.

 

"Casino," #60036-145

Box 66, Folder 2

Script, by Walter Brough and Howard Berk, November 8, 1971.

 

"Trapped," #60036-146

Box 66, Folder 2

Script, by Sam Roeca and James Henderson from a story by Rick Husky, November 16, 1971.

 

"Speed," #60036-147

Box 66, Folder 3

Script, by Lou Shaw, April 7, 1972.

 

"Two Thousand," #60037-148

Box 66, Folder 3

Script, by Harold Livingston, April 17, 1972.

 

"Underground," #60037-149

Box 66, Folder 4

Script, by Leigh Vance, April 17, 1972.

 

"Leona," #60037-150

Box 66, Folder 4

Script, by Howard Browne, May 8, 1972.

 

"Break!," #60037-151

Box 66, Folder 4

Script, by Sam Roeca and James Henderson, May 16, 1972.

 

"The Deal," #60037-152

Box 66, Folder 5

Script, by George Slavin and Stephen Kandel from a story by George Slavin, June 26, 1972.

 

"Imitation," #60037-153

Box 66, Folder 5

Script, by Edward Lakso, June 7, 1972.

 

"Crack Up," #60037-154

Box 66, Folder 5

Script, by Arthur Weiss from a story by Robert and Phyllis White and Arthur Weiss, May 25, 1972.

 

"Tod-5," #60037-155

Box 66, Folder 6

Script, by James D. Buchanan and Ronald Austin, June 14, 1972.

 

"Cocaine," #60037-156

Box 66, Folder 6

Script, by Harold Livingston from a story by Norman Katkov and Harold Livingston, July 7, 1972.

 

"The Question," #60037-157

Box 66, Folder 6

Script, by Stephen Kandel, July 13, 1972.

 

"Hit," #60037-158

Box 66, Folder 7

Script, by Douglas Wier, July 26, 1972.

 

"Movie," #60037-159

Box 66, Folder 7

Script, by Anthony Bowers and Stephen Kandel, August 3, 1972.

 

"Ultimatum," #60037-160

Box 66, Folder 7

Script, by Harold Livingston from a story by Shirl Hendryx and Harold Livingston, August 17, 1972.

 

"Kidnap," #60037-161

Box 67, Folder 1

Script, by Sam Roeca and James L. Henderson, September 14,1972.

 

"The Puppet," #60037-162

Box 67, Folder 1

Script, by Leigh Vance, September 22, 1972.

 

"The Fountain," #60037-163

Box 67, Folder 1

Script, by Stephen Kandel, October 1, 1972.

 

"Boomerang," #60037-164

Box 67, Folder 2

Script, by Howard Browne, October 12, 1972.

 

"Incarnate," #60037-165

Box 67, Folder 2

Script, by Buck Houghton and Stephen Kandel, October 23, 1972.

 

"The Western," #60037-166

Box 67, Folder 2

Script, by Arnold and Lois Peyser, October 31, 1972.

 

" The Fighter," #60037-167

Box 67, Folder 3

Script, by Nicholas E. Baehr and Stephen Kandel, November 8, 1972.

 

"The Pendulum," #60037-168

Box 67, Folder 3

Script by Cal Clements, Jr. and Stephen Kandel, November 21, 1972.

 

"Body of Evidence," #6161-12

Box 67, Folder 4

Scripts, by Norman Hudis, September 20, 1966; n.d.

 

"Show Trial," #60034-

Box 67, Folder 5

Script, by Jerry Ludwig, October 21, 1969.

Box 67, Folder 6

Script Fragments, ca. 1964-1966.

 

General Production Information

 

Miscellaneous Budget Information, 1966-1967.

 

Contract Requests for Composers, Directors, and Writers, 1971.

 

Fan Mail, June 9, 1966-October 22, 1972.

 

Agencies, n.d.

 

Cast Lists

Box 68, Folder 3

Episodes 1-50, 1966-1968.

Box 68, Folder 4

Episodes 31-93, 1968-1969.

Box 68, Folder 5

Episodes 94-124, 1969-1970.

Box 68, Folder 6

Staff and Crew List, October, 1969-April, 1971.

Box 68, Folder 7

Writers Lists, 1966-1968.

Box 68, Folder 8

Miscellaneous, 1966-1972.

Box 68, Folder 9

Miscellaneous Production Notes, 1971.

Box 68, Folder 10-11

Production Status Reports for Series, 1968-1969.

Box 69, Folder 1

Production Status Reports, 1969-1970.

Box 69, Folder 2

Publicity - Cast Biographies, ca. 1966-1972.

Box 69, Folder 3

Director's Schedule, 1970-1972.

Box 69, Folder 4

Release Schedules, 1967-1973.

Box 69, Folder 5

Script Status Reports, 1971-1972.

 

Rawhide

Scope and Content Note

(Four Star Films. 1958-1966. Original telecast on CBS.) There complete production files for episodes 1-24 plus scripts only for episodes which were not produced.
 

"El Hombre," #2704-0901

Box 69, Folder 6

Production File, including a script by Herman Groves, July 15-27, 1964.

 

"Marshlight," #2704-0902

Box 69, Folder 7

Production File, including a script by Stirling Silliphant, September 14-28, 1964.

 

"The Execution," #2704-0903

Box 69, Folder 8

Production File, including a script by Sy Salkowitz, December 2-14, 1964.

 

"The Backshooter," #2704-0904

Box 69, Folder 9

Production File, including a script by Richard Carr, July 6-August 4, 1964.

 

"The Enormous Fist," #2704-0905

Box 69, Folder 10

Production File, including a script by Sam Ross, June 5-30, 1964.

 

"The Race," #2704-0906

Box 69, Folder 11

Production File, including a script by Robert Lewin, June 4-22, 1964.

 

"The Gray Rock Hotel," #2704-0907

Box 69, Folder 12

Production File, including a script by Jack Curtis, June 22-July 8, 1964.

 

"The Book," #2704-0908

Box 69, Folder 13

Production File, including a script by Dliff Gould, November 3-17, 1964.

 

"The Lost Herd," #2704-0910

Box 69, Folder 14

Production File, including a script by Archie L. Tegland, June 26-July 17, 1964.

 

"Piney," #2704-0911

Box 70, Folder 1

Production File, including a script by Clyde Ware, July 30-August 12, 1964.

 

"Damon's Road," #2704-0912, (Parts I and II)

Box 70, Folder 2

Production File, including a script by Richard Carr and Robert Lewin, August 25-September 15, 1964.

 

"The Transfer," #2704-0913

Box 70, Folder 3

Production File, including a script by Bernard Girard, July 27-August 28, 1964.

 

"A Man Called Mushy," #2704-0914

Box 70, Folder 4

Production File, including a script by John Mantley, August 6-20, 1964.

 

"Corporal Dasovik," #2704-0915

Box 70, Folder 5

Production File, including a script by Lionel E. Siegal, September 29-October 6, 1964.

 

"The Meeting," #2704-0916

Box 70, Folder 6

Production File, including a script by Robert Lewin, November 12-24, 1964.

 

"The Photographer," #2704-0918

Box 70, Folder 7

Production File, including a script by Clyde Ware, October 8-21, 1964.

 

"No Dogs or Drovers," #2704-0919

Box 70, Folder 8

Production File, including a script by Sam Ross and Cliff Gould, October 30-November 6, 1964.

 

"Josh," #2704-0920

Box 70, Folder 9

Production File, including a script by Robert E. Thompson, October 19-29, 1964.

 

"The Colonel," #2704-0922

Box 70, Folder 10

Production File, including a script, November 27-December 4, 1964.

 

"Mrs. Harmon," #2704-0924

Box 70, Folder 11

Production File, including a script by John Mantley, December 10-22, 1964.

 

"Honey," #2704-0921

Box 71, Folder 1

Script, by Peggy Shaw, November 9, 1964.

 

"Nobody Calls Me Mister," #2704-0923

Box 71, Folder 1

Script, by Sy Salkowitz, n.d.

 

"Garance," #2704-0925

Box 71, Folder 1

Script, by Ellis Marcus from a story by Jack Curtis, n.d.

 

"Jim Quince is Dying,"

Box 71, Folder 2

Script, by Cliff Gould, January 20, 1965.

 

"Incident of the Sheep and the Chevalier,"

Box 71, Folder 2

Script, n.d.

 

The Robert Taylor Show

Scope and Content Note

Production files for five episodes (unproduced, unaired).
 

"A New Day is Dying," #5703

Box 71, Folder 3

Production File, including a script, May 31-June 24, 1963.

 

"Success Story," #5705

Box 71, Folder 4

Production File, including scripts by Bruce Geller, June 6-July 3, 1963.

 

"Hiram," #5707

Box 71, Folder 5

Production File, including a script by Tom Seller, June 27-July 12, 1963.

 

"Shadows of the World Appear," #5709

Box 71, Folder 6

Production File, including a script by Lawrence Edward Watkin, July 5-22, 1963.

 

"Once Upon a Time," #5713

Box 71, Folder 7

Script, by Leonard Freeman, July 19, 1963.

 

Samson, Inc.

Scope and Content Note

(Unproduced.)
Box 71, Folder 8

Correspondence, December 17, 1970-May 4, 1972.

Box 71, Folder 9

Step Outline, Script, Revisions, ca. 1970-1971.

 

Supercops

Scope and Content Note

(CBS Pilot Film. Unit Productions in association with MGM Television. 1975. Original telecast on CBS.)
 

"Cleanout,"

Box 71, Folder 10

Production File, including script by Austin and Irma Kalish, September 12-November 11, 1974.

 

The Westerner

Scope and Content Note

(Four Star-Winchester. 1960. Original telecast on NBC. Working title "Winchester.")
 

"Brown," #3305

Box 72, Folder 1

Script, by Bruce Geller, November 20, 1959.

 

"The Courting of Libby," #3315

Box 72, Folder 2

Script, by Bruce Geller, n.d.

 

"The Painting," #3325

Box 72, Folder 3

Script, by Bruce Geller, September 13, 1960.

 

"Hand on the Gun,"

Box 72, Folder 4

Script, by Bruce Geller, n.d.

 

The White Sheep

Scope and Content Note

(Unproduced.)
Box 72, Folder 5

Script, n.d.

 

OTHER WRITINGS

Scope and Content Note

This series includes Geller's work outside of motion pictures and television. Included are scripts for the Broadway musicals All In Love and Livin the Life, and a short stor, Max.
 

All In Love

Scope and Content Note

(New York: Martinique Theatre, November 10, 1961)
Box 72, Folder 6

Script, by Bruce Geller, 1961.

 

Livin' The Life

Scope and Content Note

(New York: Phoenix Theatre, 1957)
Box 72, Folder 7

Script, by Bruce Geller and Dale Wasserman, 1957.

 

"Max"

Scope and Content Note

(Published in March 20, 1964 issue of the Reconstructionist.)
Box 72, Folder 8

Short Story, by Bruce Geller, n.d.