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Series 1. Motion Picture Projects.
Consenting Adults (Buena Vista, 1992).
The Empty Mirror (Lions Gate, 1999).
Script. November 10, 1994.
The Final Conflict (20th Century-Fox, 1981).
Second draft script by Andrew Birkin. October 1, 1979.
F/X (Orion, 1986).
Revised final draft screenplay by Robert T. Megginson and Gregory Fleeman. February 14, 1985.
Publicity and stills. 1986.
It's My Turn (Columbia, 1980).
Script A Perfect Circle by Eleanor Bergstein. November, 1979.
Kid Butterfly (unproduced).
Screenplay by Doug Jacoby. 1991.
9 to 5 (Twentieth Century-Fox, 1980).
Final draft script Nine to Five by Colin Higgins. December 12, 1979.
Road Trip (Dreamworks, 2000).
Script by Todd Phillips & Scot Armstrong. August 5, 1999.
Son in Law (Buena Vista, 1993).
Script by Fax Bahr & Adam Small and Shawn Schepps. November 4, 1992.
Script by Fax Bahr & Adam Small and Shawn Schepps [lightly annotated]. November 4, 1992.
Script by Fax Bahr & Adam Small and Shawn Schepps [annotated]. December 15, 1992.
Publicity and stills. 1993.
Shooting schedule. 1992-1993.
Unidentified script. undated.
Series 2. Television and Radio Projects.
Adam (NBC, 1983).
Shooting script by Allan Leicht. May 17, 1983.
American Teacher Awards (Disney).
One-minute profiles. December 1, 1992.
Appearances (NBC, 1990).
Pilot script "O Sweet Mystery of Love" by Chip Keyes & Doug Keyes. February 23, 1983.
CBS Afternoon Playhouse (CBS, 1978-1983).
Script "Secret Agent Boy" by John Francis Whelpley. September 13, 1982.
Civil Wars (ABC, 1991-1993).
Script "Chute First, Ask Questions Later" by George Malko. January 17, 1992.
Class of '96 (Fox, 1993).
Script "Episode #1" by John Romano. July 6, 1992.
Cocaine: One Man's Seduction (NBC, 1983).
Script Cocaine: Another Man's Poison by Barry Schneider, from an original story by David Goldsmith and Barry Schneider. August 27, 1982.
Code Name: Foxfire (NBC, 1985).
Teleplay "Quicksilver: Slay It Again, Sam" by Richard Chapman and Bill Dial from a story by Joel Schumacher, Bill Dial, and Richard Chapman. October 29, 1964.
Diagnosis: Murder (CBS, 1993-2001).
Script by David S. Goyer, based on the Dark Horse Comics character. January 12, 1995.
Every Wednesday (unproduced).
Script by Clyde Ware and Gloria Gonzalez. undated.
The Exit Elves (unproduced).
Second draft script "Intermission" by Nancy Miller. January 5, 1995.
Family Matters (ABC, 1989-1997; CBS, 1997-1998).
Shooting script "Citizen's Court" by Regina Stewart Larsen [annotated]. August 21, 1991.
The Fantastic World Of D.C. Collins (NBC, 1984).
Second draft script by Martin Cohan and Phil Margo. May 2, 1983.
For the People (unproduced).
Script by Janice Hendler and Larry Brody and Jack Guss. 1982.
Goodnight, Beantown (CBS, 1983-1984).
Script "First Episode" by A. J. Carothers. December 10, 1982.
The Great Defender (Fox, 1995).
First draft script by Frank Renzulli and George Schenck & Frank Cardea. December 3, 1993.
Shooting draft script "Sugar Mama" by Kevin Kelton. April 12, 1989.
Shooting draft script "New York! New York? " by Bob Pekurny. April 19, 1989.
Shooting draft script "Still Motile After All These Years". May 1, 1989.
Shooting draft script "Stalk Radio" by Art Everett. May 10, 1989.
Shooting draft script "Good-bye Mr. Scrimshaw" by Lowell Ganz & Babaloo Mandel. May 17, 1989.
Shooting draft script "The Last Honest Man In America" by Barry Rubinowitz. April 5, 1989.
Law and Order (NBC, 1990-2010).
Script pages. February 10, 2004.
Lifestories (NBC, 1990).
Lou Grant (CBS, 1977-1982).
Script "Execution" by April Smith [cover inscribed by cast]. September 15, 1981.
Matlock (NBC, 1986-1992; ABC, 1992-1995).
First draft script "The Heiress" by Diana Kopald Marcus. February 24, 1988.
Metropolitan Hospital (unproduced).
First draft script by Al Aidekman & Rob Dames & Bob Farrelly & Lloyd Garver & Brian Levant & Jeffrey Pohn & Leonard Rips & Bennett Yellin. February 11, 1994.
Morningstar/Eveningstar (CBS, 1986).
Revised final draft script "A Rose For Alice" by Paul W. Cooper. February 4, 1986.
Murder Can Hurt You! (ABC, 1980).
Final shooting script by Ron Friedman and Ben Joelson and Art Baer. February 27, 1980.
Pepper Young's Family (NBC Radio, 1932-1959).
Rage of Angels: The Story Continues (NBC, 1986).
Script by Robert L. Joseph. February, 1986.
Script pages by Robert L. Joseph. 1986.
Raising Caines (NBC, 1995).
Third draft script by Bob Brush. January 3, 1995.
Rise and Shine (unproduced).
Revised second draft script by Josh Brand & John Falsey. March 3, 1992.
Second draft script by Charles H. Eglee and Channing Gibson. November 27, 1989.
Screenplay (BBC, 1986-1993) [UK].
Script "Buying a Landslide" by David Edgar. 1992.
There Goes The Neighborhood (unproduced).
First draft pilot script. March 16, 1983.
This Is The Life (Syndicated, 1952-1988).
Script "In Search of Morgan Avery" by Richard Wendley. April 4, 1983.
Tomorrow's Child (ABC, 1982).
Revised script Genesis by Jerry McNeely. February 9, 1981.
Top of the Hill (CBS, 1989).
Script The Lame Duck by Stephen J. Cannell. December 23, 1987.
Script "Pilot" by Jeff Valdez and Ed Decter & John J. Strauss. 1995.
The West Wing (NBC, 1999-2006).
Script pages for episodes 7-10; schedules. 1999.
When In Rome (unproduced).
Revised second draft script by Kimberly Hill. February 10, 1988.
Where are My Children? (ABC, 1994).
Revised script by Michael Zagor. March 8, 1994.
Whip Valentine (unproduced).
Revised second draft script by Tony Blake & Paul Jackson. March 7, 1990.
Wilk, Max shows.
Who Is Julia (CBS, 1986).
Final draft script by James S. Sadwith, based on the novel by Barbara S. Harris. May 19, 1986.
Final draft script by James S. Sadwith, based on the novel by Barbara S. Harris [annotated]. May 19, 1986.
Series 3. Theater Projects.
Script by Herbert Mitgang. undated.
Appearances Are Deceiving.
Script by Thomas Bernhard. 1983.
Are You Sure?.
Script by Sam Bobrick. January 12, 1983.
Baby On Board.
Script by Peter Stone. March 16, 1987.
The Co-op Chronicles.
Script and contract. 2002.
Script by Charles Grodin. 2002.
Script pages. undated.
Script by Chuck Workman. 1981.
Script by Richard Dresser. undated.
Script by Thomas Whipple Hammond. 1988.
A Few Stout Individuals.
Script by John Guare [autographed by Guare]. 2002.
The Japanese Foreign Trade Minister.
Script by Murray Schisgal. 1991.
Script pages by Sinclair Lewis and Lloyd Lewis. undated.
Research guide. 2002.
Script material and program. 2002.
Script by Tom Huey. undated.
Mountain (White Barn Theatre [Westport, CT], 1988).
Scripts by Douglas Scott. 1986.
My Father's Song.
Script by Devon Amber. 2002.
My World and Welcome to It.
Script material. undated.
Script by Henry Denker. no date.
Pete and Jenny.
Script by Hazel Chilstrom. undated.
The Rose Quartet (Circle Repertory Company, 1991).
Publicity and correspondence. 1991.
The Sum of Us.
Script by David Stevens. 1986.
The Time of Your Life (Mirror Repertory Company, 1986).
Notes and contact sheets. 1985-1986.
Script by Gus Kaikkonen. 1978.
A Trip to Bountiful.
Script by Horton Foote [autographed by Foote]. 2005.
The Value of Names.
Waiting in the Wings.
Script by Noel Coward, revisited by Jeremy Sams. 1999.
Unidentified script. undated.
Unidentified script from Jonathan Bernstein. 2003.
Series 4. General Files.
Abrams, Morris. 1982-1990.
Acting notes. 1937.
Articles and reviews. 1957-1991.
Biographical information. circa 1957-2005.
Biographical notes. undated.
Head shots. circa 1937-circa 2000.
Letters from Adams. circa 1937-2003.
Obituaries of Mason Adams. 2005.
Periodical - Columbus Monthly. December, 1978.
Periodical - Manhattan, Inc.. November, 1987.
Playbills and programs. 1984-2002.
Sheet music. 1975.
Speeches. circa 1977-2002.
Stills. circa 1977-2001.
Stills. circa 1937-1978.
University of Wisconsin - diploma and certificates. 1939-1941.
"Winning Orations of the Northern Oratorical League" - pamphlet. 1940.
Series 5. Audiovisual material.