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Finding Aid for the Dudley Nichols Papers, 1940-1959
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Box 1

Long voyage home, by Eugene O'Neill. Adapted for the screen by Dudley Nichols.

Physical Description: 172pp. Mimeographed.

Note

See also: Boxes 5,8.
Gift from Mrs. Nichols, July 1962.
Box 1

Ford, John. How We Made the Long Voyage Home. In: Friday, vol.1 no.22 (August 9, 1940).

Physical Description: pp.21-26.

Note

Gift from Mrs. Nichols, July 1962.
Box 1

Mourning becomes Electra, by Eugene O'Neill. Produced, directed, and adapted for screen by Dudley Nichols. Final script. February 25, 1947.

Physical Description: 201pp. Mimeographed.

Note

Gift from Mrs. Nichols, July 1962.
Box 1

Script and production notes for Mourning becomes Electra. November 5, 1946.

Physical Description: 26pp. Mimeographed.

Note

Gift from Mrs. Nichols, July 1962.
Box 1

Pyle, Albert M. Designs for Mourning becomes Electra.

Physical Description: 23 leaves.

Note

Gift from Mrs. Nichols, July 1962.
Box 1

Movie of the week: Mourning becomes Electra. In: Life. December 8, 1947.

Physical Description: pp.63-66.

Note

Gift from Mrs. Nichols, July 1962.
Box 1

Nichols, Dudley. Theatre, society, education. In: Educational Theatre Journal, vol.8 no.3 (October 1956).

Physical Description: pp.179-184.

Note

Gift from Mrs. Nichols, July 1962.
Box 1

--- Dots and dashes - dramatized. In: News of the World, Hollywood, California. vol.1 no.13 (May 1, 1937).

Physical Description: pp.6-7.

Note

Gift from Mrs. Nichols, July 1962.
Box 2

--- Air Force, screenplay. Warner Brothers. July 3, 1942.

Physical Description: 179pp. Mimeographed.
Box 2

--- The Bells of St. Mary's (rough draft). February 14, 1945.

Physical Description: 131pp. Mimeographed.
Box 2

--- The big sky, from the novel by A.B. Guthrie, Jr. Shooting script by Dudley Nichols. Winchester Pictures Corporation, Los Angeles. n.d.

Physical Description: 187pp. Mimeographed.
Box 2

--- Blaze of the sun. First draft screenplay by Dudley Nichols. From a novel by Jean Hougron. April 25, 1958.

Physical Description: 300pp. Typescript (carbon).
Box 2

--- ---- June 23, 1958.

Physical Description: 194pp. Mimeographed.
Box 3

--- For whom the bell tolls [from the novel by E. Hemingway]. May 21, 1942.

Physical Description: 202pp. Mimeographed.
Box 3

--- The fugitive [directed by John Ford]. October 15, 1946.

Physical Description: 95pp. Typescript (carbon).
Box 3

--- ---- Screenplay: from the novel, The Labyrinthine Ways, by Graham Greene. Final script. October 26, 1946.

Physical Description: 96pp. Mimeographed.
Box 3

--- The hangman. Treatment by Dudley Nichols. August 2, 1957.

Physical Description: 138pp. Typescript (carbon).
Box 3

--- ---- Screenplay. August 21, 1957.

Physical Description: 156pp. Typescript (carbon).
Box 3

--- ---- Screenplay. 1st preliminary green. October 3, 1957.

Physical Description: 143pp. Mimeographed.
Box 3

--- Heller with a gun. October 16, 1958.

Physical Description: 128pp. Typescript (carbon).
Box 4

--- ---- Story lime. November 6, 1958.

Physical Description: 42pp. Typescript (carbon).
Box 4

--- ---- (Rough draft - incomplete). November 21, 1958.

Physical Description: 190pp. Typescript (carbon).
Box 4

--- ----Second draft - screenplay. December 17, 1958.

Physical Description: Typescript (carbon).
Box 4

--- ---- Screenplay. Tentative shooting script. January 22, 1959.

Physical Description: 120pp. Mimeographed.
Box 4

--- ---- Story and screenplay by Dudley Nichols. February 16, 1959.

Physical Description: 121pp. Mimeographed.
Box 4

--- Homeward borne (from the novel by Ruth Chatterton). Screenplay. March 14, 1952.

Physical Description: 179pp. Mimeographed. 2 copies.
Box 4

--- ---- Screenplay. March 17, 1952.

Physical Description: 160pp. Typescript.
Box 5

--- It happened tomorrow, [directed by Rene Clair]. Screenplay. Arnold Productions, Incorporated, Hollywood. October 9, 1943.

Physical Description: 149pp. Mimeographed.
Box 5

--- Lewis and Clark. Screenplay. First draft. September 3, 1954.

Physical Description: 242pp. Mimeographed.
Box 5

--- ---- Revised draft. October 25, 1954.

Physical Description: 182pp. Mimeographed.
Box 5

--- ---- Revised screenplay. October 25, 1954.

Physical Description: 177pp. Typescript (carbon).
Box 5

--- The long voyage home, by Eugene O'Neill. Adapted for the screen by Dudley Nichols. n.d.

Physical Description: 172pp. Mimeographed.

Note

See also: Boxes 1,8
Box 5

--- Married in Hollywood. Screenplay. n.d.

Physical Description: 126pp. Typescript (carbon).
Box 6

--- Miracle in the rain. (First draft screenplay). n.d.

Physical Description: 196pp. Typescript.
Box 6

--- ---- (First draft screenplay). n.d.

Physical Description: 141pp. Typescript (carbon).
Box 6

--- Pinky (Final draft - screenplay). October 6, 1948.

Physical Description: 159pp. Typescript (carbon).
Box 6

--- Prince Valiant. Treatment. November 14, 1952.

Physical Description: 56pp. Mimeographed.
Box 6

--- ---- Screenplay. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. March 11, 1953.

Physical Description: 140pp. Mimeographed.
Box 6

--- ---- Screenplay. Based on the picture stories of Harold Foster. Final script. April 8, 1953.

Physical Description: 138pp. Mimeographed.
Box 7

--- Rawhide. Original screenplay by Dudley Nichols. Shooting script. November 11, 1949.

Physical Description: 157pp. Typescript (carbon).
Box 7

--- Return of the Texan [originally called The Home Place]. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, 1st draft continuity. January 22, 1951.

Physical Description: 187pp. Mimeographed.
Box 7

--- ---- Shooting script (3rd draft). February 15, 1951.

Physical Description: 155pp. Typescript (carbon).
Box 7

--- ---- Shooting final. August 9, 1951.

Physical Description: 130pp. Mimeographed.
Box 7

--- River of the sun; treatment by Dudley Nichols. December 11, 1953.

Physical Description: 108pp. Typescript (carbon).
Box 7

--- Run for the sun. Final shooting script. October 31, 1955.

Physical Description: 118pp. Mimeographed.
Box 7

--- Scarlet street. Screenplay. Diana Productions. July 2, 1945.

Physical Description: 163pp. Mimeographed.
Box 7

--- ---- Screenplay. Diana Productions. July 2, 1945.

Physical Description: 206pp. Mimeographed.
Box 8

--- Stagecoach. Screen play by Dudley Nichols from the story Stage to Lordsburg, by Ernest Haycox. Walter Wanger Productions, Incorporated, Final continuity. n.d.

Physical Description: 122pp. Mimeographed.
Box 8

--- Ten little Indians. Screenplay by Dudley Nichols from the novel, And then there were none, by Agatha Christie. n.d.

Physical Description: 173pp. Mimeographed.
Box 8

--- The tin star. Screenplay. 1956.

Physical Description: 120 pp. Mimeographed.
Box 8

--- Windmill. Screenplay. Nat Holt Productions. July 26, 1956.

Physical Description: 101pp. Mimeographed. 2 copies.
Box 8

--- ---- Screenplay. 1956.

Physical Description: 100pp. Mimeographed.
 

Addition. February 1985

Box 8

--- The long voyage home. Screenplay. Adapted for the screen by Dudley Nichols. n.p. [1940].

Physical Description: Mimeographed. pp.134-137 are noted as revised, 4/24/40.

Note

See also: Boxes 1,5.