Jump to Content

Collection Guide
Collection Title:
Collection Number:
Get Items:
Finding Aid for the Walter Lantz Animation Archive 1927-1972
47  
View entire collection guide What's This?
PDF (0.87 Mb) HTML
Search this collection
 
 
Table of contents What's This?
2 of 2 pages
Results page: |<< Previous Next >>|
Box 1EX, Folder 24

Exposure sheets 1952

Scope and Content Note

Exposure sheets (including continuity) for "The Great Who Dood It."
Box 2M, Folder 3

Music 1952

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 15P, Folder 2

Script 1952

Scope and Content Note

Bound script.
Box 21M, Folder 4

Music 1952

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 23PC, Folder 7

Pan cels 1952

Scope and Content Note

Pan cels for scene 46.
Box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1952

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for "The Great Who Dood It."
Box 37P, Folder 6

Production materials 1952

Scope and Content Note

Pencil storyboard sketches (100 items), sound effects sheet (1 item), dialogue sheets (20 items) and background sketch of circus tents (1 items).
Box 65P, Folder 2

Stills 1952

Physical Description: 8 x 10 stills (19 items)

Scope and Content Note

Promotional stills for "The Great Who Dood It."
Box 165D, Folder 5

Drawings 1952

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 drawings

Scope and Content Note

Scene: 46. Held pan cel of a passenger train. Artist: Ray Abrams.
 

Subseries 159. Greatest Man in Siam, The (Prod. #D-3) 1944

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 159 contains storyboards, scene/footage breakdown, lyric sheets, sheet music, stills with negatives, and model sheets for production #D-3, "The Greatest Man in Siam." DIRECTOR: Shamus Culhane. STORY: Ben Hardaway and Milt Schaffer. ANIMATION: Pat Matthews and Emery Hawkins. LAYOUT: Art Heinemann. BACKGROUNDS: Philip DeGuard. MUSIC: Darrell Calker. RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "The Greatest Man in Siam" was released theatrically on March 27, 1944 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 29P, Folder 2

Production materials 1944

Scope and Content Note

Pencil storyboard sketches (236 items), scene/footage breakdown (18 items), lyric sheets (10 items) and sheet music (3 items).
Box 66P, Folder 4

Stills w/ negatives 1944

Physical Description: 8 x 10 stills (3 items) and negatives (3 items)

Scope and Content Note

Promotional stills with negatives for "The Greatest Man in Siam."
Box 82P, Folder 28

Model sheets 1944

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 model sheet (5 items)

Scope and Content Note

Model sheets of King Size, the Hottest Man, the Richest Man, and the Smartest Man by Emery Hawkins.
 

Subseries 160. Greedy Gabby Gator (Prod. #U-156) 1963

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 160 contains backgrounds, exposure sheets, pan backgrounds, photostat storyboards, scene/footage sheets, dialogue and cutting continuity, main and end title check list, and orchestral parts for production #U-156, "Greedy Gabby Gator." DIRECTOR: Sid Marcus. STORY: Milt Schaffer. ANIMATION: Ray Abrams, Roy Jenkins, and Art Davis. SETTINGS: Art Landy and Ray Huffine. MUSIC: Walter Greene. VOICES: Daws Butler and Grace Stafford. RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "Greedy Gabby Gator" was released theatrically on March 26, 1963 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 1EX, Folder 4

Exposure sheets 1963

Scope and Content Note

Exposure sheets (including continuity) for "Greedy Gabby Gator."
Box 11B, Folder 4

Backgrounds 1963

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scene 40. Artists: Art Landy and Ray Huffine.
Box 17P, Folder 1

Photostat storyboards 1963

Scope and Content Note

Photostat storyboards for "Greedy Gabby Gator" (4 items).
Box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1963

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for "Greedy Gabby Gator."
Box 43P, Folder 38

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1963

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 cutting and dialogue continuity (2 copies--10 pages each)

Scope and Content Note

Cutting and dialogue continuity for "Greedy Gabby Gator."
Box 49PB, Folder 3

Pan backgrounds 1963

Scope and Content Note

Scenes: Overlay 1A, Overlay 1B, 2, 4, 8, 41, 43, 45C.
Box 57P, Folder 1

Main and end title check list 1963

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 check list

Scope and Content Note

Main and end title check list.
Box 75M, Folder 1

Music 1963

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts, Walter Greene.
 

Subseries 161. Guest Who? (Prod. #U-192) 1965

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 161 contains backgrounds, drawings, pan backgrounds, photostat storyboards, scene/footage sheets, cutting and dialogue continuity, and orchestral parts for production #U-192, "Guest Who?" DIRECTOR: Paul J. Smith. STORY: Cal Howard. ANIMATION: Les Kline and Al Coe. SETTINGS: Art Landy and Ray Huffine. MUSIC: Walter Greene. VOICES: Daws Butler (Junior Butler), Paul Frees (Charlie Beary), and Grace Stafford (Bessie Beary). "Guest Who?" was released theatrically on February 1, 1965 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 12B, Folder 15

Backgrounds 1965

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 7 and 13.
Box 17P, Folder 2

Photostat storyboards 1965

Scope and Content Note

Photostat storyboards for "Guest Who?" (9 items).
Box 21PB, Folder 3

Pan backgrounds 1965

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 9, 14, 20, 36, 37, 55, 58.
Box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1965

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for "Guest Who?"
Box 43P, Folder 3

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1965

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 cutting and dialogue continuity (2 copies--11 pages each)

Scope and Content Note

Cutting and dialogue continuity for "Guest Who?"
Box 54D, Folder 22

Drawings 1965

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 drawings

Scope and Content Note

Main title drawing: GUEST WHO?
Box 92M, Folder 7

Music 1965

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts, Walter Greene.
 

Subseries 162. Half Empty Saddles (Prod. #U-83) 1958

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 162 contains backgrounds, pan backgrounds, photostat storyboards, scene/footage sheets, a holograph score and music sketch for production #U-83, "Half Empty Saddles." DIRECTOR: Paul J. Smith. STORY: Dalton Sandifer. ANIMATION: Les Kline and Robert Bentley. SETTINGS: Art Landy and Raymond Jacobs. MUSIC: Clarence Wheeler. VOICES: Dal McKennon and Grace Stafford (Woody). "Half Empty Saddles" was released theatrically on June 16, 1958 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 2PB, Folder 1

Pan backgrounds 1958

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scene 26.
Box 6B, Folder 3

Backgrounds 1958

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 22, 23, 23B, and 30.
Box 14M, Folder 7

Music 1958

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 16P, Folder 2

Photostat storyboards 1958

Scope and Content Note

Photostat storyboards for "Half Empty Saddles" (5 items).
Box 28M, Folder 1

Music 1958

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch. File also includes sketches for cues M-4, M-4AA, M-9, and M-6AAA.
Box 34PB, Folder 4

Pan backgrounds 1958

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 7, 10, 11, 19, 26, 38.
Box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1958

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for "Half Empty Saddles."
Box 43P, Folder 12

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1958

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 cutting and dialogue continuity (2 copies--10 pages each)

Scope and Content Note

Cutting and dialogue continuity for "Half Empty Saddles."
Box 56PB, Folder 35

Pan backgrounds 1958

Scope and Content Note

Scenes: UL 17.
 

Subseries 163. Half-Baked Alaska (Prod. #U-194) 1965

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 163 contains backgrounds, cels, drawings, pan backgrounds, photostat storyboards, scene/footage sheets, cutting and dialogue continuity, and orchestral parts for production #U-194, "Half-Baked Alaska." DIRECTOR: Sid Marcus. STORY: Cal Howard. ANIMATION: Ray Abrams and Art Davis. SETTINGS: Art Landy and Ray Huffine. MUSIC: Walter Greene. VOICE: Daws Butler (Chilly Willy and Smedley). RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "Half-Baked Alaska" was released theatrically on April 5, 1965 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 12B, Folder 16

Backgrounds 1965

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scene 8.
Box 17P, Folder 2

Photostat storyboards 1965

Scope and Content Note

Photostat storyboards for "Half-Baked Alaska" (5 items).
Box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1965

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for "Half-Baked Alaska."
Box 43P, Folder 12

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1965

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 cutting and dialogue continuity (2 copies--10 pages each)

Scope and Content Note

Cutting and dialogue continuity for "Half-Baked Alaska."
Box 44PB, Folder 1

Pan backgrounds 1965

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 7, 28, 36, 39, Overlay 40, 41, 44, 50.
Box 54D, Folder 24

Drawings 1965

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 drawings

Scope and Content Note

Main title drawings: HALF BAKED ALASKA.
Box 68C, Folder 8

Cels 1965

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 cels

Scope and Content Note

Main title cel: HALF-BAKED ALASKA.
Box 77M, Folder 3

Music 1965

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts, Walter Greene.
 

Subseries 164. Hams That Couldn't Be Cured, The (Prod. #1010) 1942

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 164 contains storyboard sketches, title suggestions, synopsis, dialogue sheets, pencil sketches, and model sheets for production #1010, "The Hams That Couldn't Be Cured." DIRECTOR: Walter Lantz. STORY: Ben Hardaway and L.E. Elliott. ANIMATION: Alex Lovy and R. Somerville. MUSIC: Darrell Calker. RUNNING TIME: 6 minutes. "The Hams That Couldn't Be Cured" was released on March 4, 1942 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 28P, Folder 2

Production materials 1942

Scope and Content Note

Colored pencil storyboard sketches (114 items), title suggestions (1 item), sketch (1 item), synopsis (2 items), dialogue sheets (8 items) and model sheets (2 items).
Box 74P, Folder 38

Synopsis 1942

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 synopsis (2 items)

Scope and Content Note

Synopsis for "The Hams That Couldn't Be Cured."
 

Subseries 165. Happy Scouts (Prod. #848) 1938

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 165 contains negative model sheets and gag sketches for production #848, "Happy Scouts." DIRECTOR: Fred Kopietz. STORY: Victor McLeod and James Miele. ANIMATION: Merle Gilson and Dick Marion. MUSIC: Frank Churchill. RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "Happy Scouts" was released theatrically on June 20, 1938 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 82P, Folder 4

Model sheet negative 1938

Scope and Content Note

Negative of a model sheet of Oswald as a scout leader, a Native American character called Wahoo Junior, and other characters (1 item).
Box 147P, Folder 39

Gag sketches 1938

Scope and Content Note

Hunting and camping theme gag sketches, circa 1930's. File includes materials from productions #840 and #848 (9 items). See GAG SKETCHES FOR PRODUCTIONS in SUBJECT FILES.
 

Subseries 166. Hassle in a Castle (Prod. #U-208) 1966

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 166 contains backgrounds, cels, pan backgrounds, cutting and dialogue continuity, bar sheets, a holograph score, music sketch, and orchestral parts for production #U-208, "Hassle in a Castle." DIRECTOR: Paul J. Smith. STORY: Cal Howard. ANIMATION: Les Kline and Al Coe. SETTINGS: Art Landy and Ray Huffine. MUSIC: Clarence Wheeler. VOICES: Daws Butler and Grace Stafford. "Hassle in a Castle" was released theatrically on March 1, 1966 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 13B, Folder 7

Backgrounds 1966

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 2, 10, 13, 60, and unknown scenes.
Box 37M, Folder 5

Music 1966

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 44P, Folder 1

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1966

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 cutting and dialogue continuity (2 copies--8 pages each)

Scope and Content Note

Cutting and dialogue continuity for "Hassle in a Castle."
Box 44PB, Folder 4

Pan backgrounds 1966

Scope and Content Note

Pan backgrounds for scenes 3, 15, Overlay 22, 23, 30, 31, 54, 55, 62.
Box 52M, Folder 1

Music 1966

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts, Clarence Wheeler.
Box 52M, Folder 4

Music 1966

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 54PB, Folder 3

Pan backgrounds 1966

Scope and Content Note

Scenes: Assorted layout drawings. Notes: Assorted layout drawings.

Note

Notes: Assorted layout drawings.
Box 54PB, Folder 24

Pan backgrounds 1966

Scope and Content Note

Scenes: Assorted background dupes.

Note

Notes: Assorted BG DUPES.
Box 56PB, Folder 7

Pan backgrounds 1966

Scope and Content Note

Scenes: Overlay 33.
Box 68C, Folder 22

Cels 1966

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 cels

Scope and Content Note

Main title cel: HASSLE IN A CASTLE.
Box 124P

Bar sheets 1966

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets (20 items)

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets for "Hassle in a Castle."
 

Subseries 167. Have Gun-Can't Travel (Prod. #U-217) 1967

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 167 contains backgrounds, cels, drawings, pan backgrounds, bar sheets, a holograph score, music sketch, and orchestral parts for production #U-217, "Have Gun-Can't Travel." DIRECTOR: Paul J. Smith. STORY: Cal Howard. ANIMATION: Les Kline and Al Coe. SETTINGS: Ray Huffine. MUSIC: Clarence Wheeler. VOICES: Dal McKennon and Grace Stafford (Woody). RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "Have Gun-Can't Travel" was released theatrically on February 1, 1967 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 13B, Folder 16

Backgrounds 1967

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scene 32A.
Box 19B, Folder 24

Backgrounds 1967

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scene 28.
Box 24PB, Folder 3

Pan backgrounds 1967

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 3, 9, 37, 52.
Box 36M, Folder 2

Music 1967

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence wheeler music sketch and Walter Greene notes.
Box 68C, Folder 31

Cels 1967

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 cels

Scope and Content Note

Main title cel: HAVE GUN-CAN'T TRAVEL.
Box 69M, Folder 2

Music 1967

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts, Clarence Wheeler.
Box 89M, Folder 10

Music 1967

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 101D, Folder 11

Drawings 1967

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 drawings

Scope and Content Note

Scene: 32. Characters: Woody Woodpecker, Dirty Mac.
Box 124P

Bar sheets 1967

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets (20 items)

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets for "Have Gun-Can't Travel."
Box 136C, Folder 9

Cels 1967

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 cels

Scope and Content Note

Scene: 32. Characters: Woody Woodpecker, Dirty Mac.
 

Subseries 168. Hay Rube (Prod. #U-31) 1954

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 168 contains backgrounds, exposure sheets, pan backgrounds, a bound script, scene/footage sheets, a holograph score and music sketch for production #U-31, "Hay Rube." DIRECTOR: Paul J. Smith. STORY: Michael Maltese. ANIMATION: Robert Bentley, La Verne Harding, and Gil Turner. SET DESIGN: Raymond Jacobs and Art Landy. MUSIC: Clarence Wheeler. VOICES: Dal McKennon and Grace Stafford. RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "Hay Rube" was released theatrically on June 7, 1954 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 1EX, Folder 10

Exposure sheets 1954

Scope and Content Note

Exposure sheets for "Hay Rube."
Box 2B, Folder 12

Backgrounds 1954

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 36 and 44. Artist: Ray Jacobs.
Box 7PB, Folder 8

Pan backgrounds 1954

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scene 31.
Box 9M, Folder 6

Music 1954

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 15P, Folder 4

Script 1954

Scope and Content Note

Bound script for "Hay Rube."
Box 30M, Folder 6

Music 1954

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1954

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets (including continuity) for "Hay Rube."
Box 35PB, Folder 2

Pan backgrounds 1954

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scene 53.
 

Subseries 169. Heap Big Hepcat (Prod. #U-109) 1960

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 169 contains backgrounds, pan backgrounds, scene/footage sheets, dialogue sheets, main and end title check list, model sheets, a holograph score and music sketch for production #U-109, "Heap Big Hepcat." DIRECTOR: Paul J. Smith. STORY: Dalton Sandifer. ANIMATION: Robert Bentley, Les Kline, Don Patterson. SETTINGS: Art Landy and Raymond Jacobs. MUSIC: Eugene Poddany. VOICE: Dal McKennon and Grace Stafford. RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "Heap Big Hepcat" was released theatrically on March 2, 1960 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 8B, Folder 5

Backgrounds 1960

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 5 with OL 1X, and 21.
Box 18M, Folder 5

Music 1960

Scope and Content Note

Eugene Poddany holograph score.
Box 35M, Folder 2

Music 1960

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Eugene Poddany music sketch.
Box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1960

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for "Heap Big Hepcat."
Box 45P, Folder 15

Dialogue sheets 1960

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 dialogue sheets (7 items)

Scope and Content Note

Dialogue sheets for "Heap Big Hepcat."
Box 57P, Folder 1

Main and end title check list 1960

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 check list

Scope and Content Note

Main and end title check list for "Heap Big Hepcat."
Box 69PB, Folder 4

Pan backgrounds 1960

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 4, 5B, 6, 25, 28, 35, 36, 38, 38A.
Box 73PB, Folder 2

Pan backgrounds 1960

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 18, 26.
Box 80PB, Folder 0

Pan backgrounds 1960

Physical Description: OVERSIZED-stored off site

Scope and Content Note

Scenes: Special enclosure to accommodate size. Stored in off-site at SRLF or in Performing Arts S/C.
Box 84P, Folder 18

Model sheets 1960

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 model sheet (2 items)

Scope and Content Note

Pencil model sheets.
 

Subseries 170. Helter Shelter (#U-40) 1955

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 170 contains backgrounds, pan backgrounds, scene/footage sheets, scene breakdown with dialogue, a holograph score and music sketch for production #U-40, "Helter Shelter." DIRECTOR: Paul J. Smith. STORY: Michael Maltese. ANIMATION: Laverne Harding, Robert Bentley, Herman Cohen, and Gil Turner. SETTINGS: Art Landy. MUSIC: Clarence Wheeler. RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "Helter Shelter" was released theatrically on January 17, 1955 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 2B, Folder 19

Backgrounds 1955

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 10, 12, 37, 57A, and 58. Artist: Ray Jacobs.
Box 7M, Folder 4

Music 1955

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 20B, Folder 4

Backgrounds 1955

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scene 1.
Box 32PB, Folder 1

Pan backgrounds 1955

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 2, 5, 6, 23, 39, 57B.
Box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1955

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for "Helter Shelter."
Box 44M, Folder 7

Music 1955

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 45P, Folder 5

Scene breakdown; model sheets 1955

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 scene breakdown (23 items); model sheet (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Scene breakdown with dialogue (23 items) and model sheet (1 item).
Box 148P, Folder 18

Model sheet 1955

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 model sheet (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Original model sheet for "Helter Shelter."
 

Subseries 172. Hi-Seas Hi-Jacker (Prod. #U-163) 1963

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 172 contains backgrounds, pan backgrounds, photostat storyboards, scene/footage sheets, main and end title sheet, model sheets, music sketches and orchestral parts for production #U-163, "Hi-Seas Hi-Jacker." DIRECTOR: Paul J. Smith. STORY: Dave Detiege. ANIMATION: Les Kline and Al Coe. SETTINGS: Art Landy and Ray Huffine. MUSIC: Darrell Calker. VOICE: Dal McKennon (Inspector Willoughby). "Hi-Seas Hi-Jacker" was released theatrically on October 16, 1963 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 11B, Folder 10

Backgrounds 1963

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 2, 49, and 66. Artists: Ray Huffine and Art Landy.
Box 17P, Folder 1

Photostat storyboards 1963

Scope and Content Note

Photostat storyboards for "Hi-Seas Hi-Jacker" (4 items).
Box 19PB, Folder 1

Pan background 1963

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 5, Overlay 19, 21, 25, 30, 41, 48.
Box 29M, Folder 1

Music 1963

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Darrell Calker music sketch.
Box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1963

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for "Hi-Seas Hi-Jacker."
Box 57P, Folder 1

Main and end title check list 1963

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 check list

Scope and Content Note

Main and end title check list for "Hi-Seas Hi-Jacker."
Box 76M, Folder 5

Music 1963

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts, Darrell Calker.
Box 147P, Folder 16

Model sheet 1963

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 model sheet (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Original model sheet of Jack Tarr (?).
Box 148P, Folder 2

Model sheet 1963

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 model sheet (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Model sheet.
 

Subseries 173. Highway Hecklers (Prod. #U-235) 1968

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 173 contains backgrounds, cels, pan backgrounds, layout drawings, photostat storyboards, bar sheets, and orchestral parts for production #U-235, "Highway Hecklers." DIRECTOR: Paul J. Smith. STORY: Homer Brightman. ANIMATION: Les Kline and Al Coe. SETTINGS: Ray Huffine. MUSIC: Walter Greene. VOICES: Daws Butler (Chilly Willy), Grace Stafford (Woody--credit only). RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "Highway Heckler" was released theatrically on September 1, 1968 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 4P

Layout drawings 1968

Scope and Content Note

Layout drawings for "Highway Hecklers" (10 items).
Box 14B, Folder 11

Backgrounds 1968

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 27 and 43.
Box 16B, Folder 18

Backgrounds 1968

Scope and Content Note

Notes: OL 13, OL 13A, OL 24, and OL 87.
Box 18P, Folder 1

Photostat storyboards 1968

Scope and Content Note

Photostat storyboards for "Highway Hecklers" (11 items).
Box 28PB, Folder 1

Pan backgrounds 1968

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 30, 33, 35, 47, 48, 60.
Box 68C, Folder 48

Cels 1968

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 cels

Scope and Content Note

Main title cel: HIGHWAY HECKLERS.
Box 85M, Folder 2

Music 1968

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts, Walter Greene.
Box 126P

Bar sheets 1968

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets (19 items)

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets for "Highway Hecklers."
Box 226C, Folder 36

Cels 1968

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 cels (2 items)

Scope and Content Note

Scene: Credit. "Directed by Paul J. Smith." One title, two cel elements.
 

Subseries 174. His Better Elf (Prod. #U-87) 1958

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 174 contains backgrounds, cels, pan backgrounds, scene/footage sheets, a holograph score and music sketch for production #U-87, "His Better Elf." DIRECTOR: Paul J. Smith. STORY: Homer Brightman. ANIMATION: Les Kline, Don Patterson, and Robert Bentley. LAYOUT: Art Landy. BACKGROUND: Irv. Wyner. MUSIC: Clarence Wheeler. VOICE: Dal McKennon and Grace Stafford. RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "His Better Elf" was released theatrically on May 19, 1958 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 6B, Folder 7

Backgrounds 1958

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 12 and 20A.
Box 11PB, Folder 4

Pan background 1958

Scope and Content Note

Scenes: UL 32.
Box 18M, Folder 1

Music 1958

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1958

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for "His Better Elf."
Box 48M, Folder 6

Music 1958

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 53PB, Folder 4

Pan background 1958

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic background for scene 2.
Box 226C, Folder 31

Cels 1958

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 cels

Scope and Content Note

Scene: Credit. "Directed by Paul J. Smith."
 

Subseries 175. Hold That Rock (Prod. #U-63) 1956

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 175 contains backgrounds, pan backgrounds, photostat storyboards, scene/footage sheets, main and end title check list, a holograph score and music sketch for production #U-63, "Hold That Rock." DIRECTOR: Alex Lovy. STORY: Homer Brightman. ANIMATION: Ray Abrams and La Verne Harding. SETTINGS: Raymond Jacobs and Art Landy. MUSIC: Clarence Wheeler. VOICES: Daws Butler (Chilly Willy); "Chilly Willy" Vocal by "Wee" Bonnie Baker. RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "Hold That Rock" was released theatrically on July 30, 1956 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 1PB, Folder 8

Pan backgrounds 1956

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 44, 81.
Box 4B, Folder 2

Backgrounds 1956

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 29, 41, and 48. Artists: Ray Jacobs and Art Landy.
Box 14M, Folder 2

Music 1956

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score with sketches for cues M-14 and M-14A.
Box 16P, Folder 2

Photostat storyboards 1956

Scope and Content Note

Photostat storyboards for "Hold That Rock" (3 items).
Box 27M, Folder 1

Music 1956

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1956

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for "Hold That Rock."
Box 57P, Folder 1

Main and end title check list 1956

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 check list

Scope and Content Note

Main and end title check list for "Hold That Rock."
 

Subseries 176. Hollywood Matador, The (Prod. #1009) 1942

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 176 contains storyboard sketches, dialogue sheets, production notes, title suggestions, model sheets, and a synopsis for production #1009, "The Hollywood Matador" (a.k.a. "The Mad Matador"). DIRECTOR: Alex Lovy. STORY: Ben Hardaway and L.E. Elliott. ANIMATION: Alex Lovy and Robert Bentley. MUSIC: Darrell Calker. VOICE: Mel Blanc and Ben Hardaway. RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "The Hollywood Matador" was released theatrically on February 9, 1942 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 28P, Folder 1

Production materials 1942

Scope and Content Note

Colored pencil storyboard sketches (283 items), dialogue sheets (3 items), production notes (2 items), sketch (1 item) and title suggestions (2 items).
Box 74P, Folder 37

Synopsis 1942

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 synopsis (2 items)

Scope and Content Note

Synopsis for "The Hollywood Matador."
Box 82P, Folder 20

Model sheet 1942

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 model sheets

Scope and Content Note

Model sheet of the bull and Woody Woodpecker (1 item).
 

Subseries 177. Home Sweet Homewrecker (Prod. #U-138) 1962

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 177 contains pan backgrounds, scene/footage sheets, cutting and dialogue continuity, main and end title check list, a holograph score, extra drum parts, orchestral parts, and music sketch for production #U-138, "Home Sweet Homewrecker." DIRECTOR: Paul J. Smith. STORY: Dalton Sandifer. ANIMATION: Les Kline, Al Coe, and Ray Abrams. SETTINGS: Art Landy and Ray Huffine. MUSIC: Clarence Wheeler. VOICE: Grace Stafford. RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "Home Sweet Homewrecker" was released theatrically on January 30, 1962 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 23M, Folder 14

Music 1962

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 33M, Folder 9

Music 1962

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1962

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for "Home Sweet Homewrecker."
Box 44P, Folder 2

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1962

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 cutting and dialogue continuity (2 copies--7 pages each)

Scope and Content Note

Cutting and dialogue continuity for "Home Sweet Homewrecker."
Box 53M, Folder 3

Music 1962

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts, Clarence Wheeler.
Box 57P, Folder 1

Main and end title check list 1962

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 check list

Scope and Content Note

Main and end title check list.
Box 70PB, Folder 3

Pan backgrounds 1962

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 46, 48, 52, 80, 87, and one unidentified scene.
Box 73PB, Folder 3

Pan backgrounds 1962

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 13, 45.
Box 81PB, Folder 0

Pan backgrounds 1962

Physical Description: OVERSIZED-stored off site

Scope and Content Note

Scenes: Special enclosure to accommodate size. Stored off site at SRLF or in Performing Arts S/C.
Box 92M, Folder 2

Music 1962

Scope and Content Note

Extra drum parts for productions U-136 and U-138, Clarence Wheeler.
 

Subseries 178. Hook, Line, and Stinker (Prod. #U-239) 1969

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 178 contains backgrounds, cels, pan backgrounds, layout drawings, photostat storyboards, main and end title check list, bar sheets, and orchestral parts for production #U-239, "Hook, Line, and Stinker." DIRECTOR: Paul J. Smith. STORY: Cal Howard. ANIMATION: Les Kline and Al Coe. LAYOUT/BACKGROUND: Nino Carbe. MUSIC: Walter Greene. VOICE: Daws Butler and Grace Stafford (Woody). RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "Hook, Line, and Stinker" was released March 1, 1968 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 4P

Layout drawings 1969

Scope and Content Note

Layout drawings for "Hook, Line, and Stinker" (10 items).
Box 5PB, Folder 7

Pan backgrounds 1969

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 9, 23, 28.
Box 14B, Folder 14

Backgrounds 1969

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 66 and 78. Artist: Nino Carbe.
Box 18P, Folder 1

Photostat storyboards 1969

Scope and Content Note

Photostat storyboards for "Hook, Line, and Stinker" (8 items).
Box 42PB, Folder 3

Pan backgrounds 1969

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 2, 25, 27, 35, Overlay 35, 38, 50.
Box 57P, Folder 1

Main and end title check list 1969

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 check list

Scope and Content Note

Main and end title check list for "Hook, Line, and Stinker."
Box 65M, Folder 1

Music 1969

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts, Walter Greene.
Box 68C, Folder 51

Cels 1969

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 cels

Scope and Content Note

Main title cel: HOOK, LINE, AND STINKER.
Box 126P

Bar sheets 1969

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets (20 items)

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets for "Hook, Line, and Stinker."
Box 226C, Folder 6

Cels 1969

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 cels

Scope and Content Note

Scene: Credits. Job titles cel from main credits for productions U-237 and U-239.
Box 226C, Folder 8

Cels 1969

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 cels

Scope and Content Note

Scene: Credits. MPAA registration number cel from main credits.
 

Subseries 179. Horse Play (Prod. #U-222) 1967

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 179 contains backgrounds, cels, drawings, exposure sheets, pan backgrounds, photostat storyboards, bar sheets, music sketches and orchestral parts for production #U-222, "Horse Play." DIRECTOR: Paul J. Smith. STORY: Cal Howard. ANIMATION: Al Coe and Les Kline. SETTINGS: Ray Huffine. MUSIC: Walter Greene. VOICE: Daws Butler and Grace Stafford (Woody). RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "Horse Play" was released theatrically on April 1, 1967 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 1EX, Folder 2

Exposure sheets 1967

Scope and Content Note

Exposure sheets (including continuity) for "Horse Play."
Box 5PB, Folder 1

Pan backgrounds 1967

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 6, 18, Overlay 39, 59, 65.
Box 13B, Folder 20

Backgrounds 1967

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scene 54.
Box 18P, Folder 1

Photostat storyboards 1967

Scope and Content Note

Photostat storyboards for "Horse Play" (5 items).
Box 38M, Folder 7

Music 1967

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Walter Greene music sketch.
Box 54PB, Folder 16

Pan backgrounds 1967

Scope and Content Note

Scenes: Assorted background dupes.

Note

Notes: Assorted BG DUPES.
Box 68C, Folder 36

Cels 1967

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 cels

Scope and Content Note

Main title cel: HORSE PLAY.
Box 81M, Folder 4

Music 1967

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts, Walter Greene.
Box 82M, Folder 2

Music 1967

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts, Walter Greene.
Box 101D, Folder 5

Drawings 1967

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 drawings

Scope and Content Note

Scene: 6. Characters: Woody Woodpecker, Sugarfoot. Artist: Al Coe.
Box 125P

Bar sheets 1967

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets (21 items)

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets for "Horse Play."
Box 137C, Folder 7

Cels 1967

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 cels

Scope and Content Note

Scene: 6. Characters: Woody Woodpecker, Sugarfoot. Artist: Al Coe.
Box 166D, Folder 0

Drawings 1967

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 drawings

Scope and Content Note

Scene: 6. Character: Buster Indian. Artist: Al Coe.
Box 166D, Folder 12

Drawings 1967

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 drawings

Scope and Content Note

Scene: 6. Character: Buster Indian. Artist: Al Coe.
Box 167D, Folder 5

Drawings 1967

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 drawings

Scope and Content Note

Scene: 6. Scene 6 and other Woody Woodpecker cels/drawings from same production period. Artist possibly Al Coe.
Box 167D, Folder 6

Drawings 1967

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 drawings

Scope and Content Note

Scene: UNKNOWN. Character: Dirty Dan (?). Partial sequence. Artist: Possibly Al Coe.
Box 167D, Folder 7

Drawings 1967

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 drawings

Scope and Content Note

Scene: 6. Character: Sugarfoot. Artist possibly Al Coe.
Box 229C, Folder 0

Cels 1967

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 cels

Scope and Content Note

Scene: 6. Character: Buster Indian. Artist: Al Coe.
Box 229C, Folder 9

Cels 1967

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 cels

Scope and Content Note

Scene: 6. Character: Buster Indian. Artist: Al Coe.
Box 230C, Folder 9

Cels 1967

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 cels

Scope and Content Note

Scene: 6. Scene 6 and other Woody Woodpecker cels/drawings from same production period. Artist possibly Al Coe.
Box 230C, Folder 10

Cels 1967

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 cels

Scope and Content Note

Scene: UNKNOWN. Character: Dirty Dan (?). Partial sequence. Artist: Possibly Al Coe.
Box 230C, Folder 11

Cels 1967

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 cels

Scope and Content Note

Scene: 6. Character: Sugarfoot. Artist possibly Al Coe.
 

Subseries 180. Horse's Tale, A (Prod. #U-27) 1954

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 180 contains backgrounds, exposure sheets, pan backgrounds, bound script, scene breakdown with dialogue, scene/footage sheets, model sheets, a holograph score, music sketch, and effects sketch for production #U-27, "A Horse's Tale." DIRECTOR: Paul J. Smith. STORY: Michael Maltese. ANIMATION: Al Coe and Les Kline. SETTINGS: Ray Huffine. MUSIC: Clarence Wheeler. VOICE: Daws Butler and Grace Stafford. RUNNING TIME: 6 minutes. "A Horse's Tale" was released theatrically on February 15, 1954 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 1EX, Folder 12

Exposure sheets 1954

Scope and Content Note

Exposure sheets for production #U-27, A HORSE'S TALE.
Box 2B, Folder 8

Backgrounds 1954

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 37, 46, 49, and 61(w/cel overlay). Artist: Ray Jacobs.
Box 2M, Folder 7

Music 1954

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 15P, Folder 4

Script 1954

Scope and Content Note

Bound script for "A Horse's Tale."
Box 31M, Folder 1

Music 1954

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 31P, Folder 13

Scene breakdown with dialogue; dialogue sheets 1954

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 scene breakdown (2 copies, 20 items each); dialogue sheets (9 items)

Scope and Content Note

Scene breakdown with dialogue (2 copies, 20 items each) and dialogue sheets (9 items).
Box 31PB, Folder 9

Pan backgrounds 1954

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 24, 27, 42, and one unidentified scene.
Box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1954

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for "A Horse's Tale."
Box 39M, Folder 6

Music 1954

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler music effects sketch.
Box 130P, Folder 2

Model sheet 1954

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 model sheets (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Model sheet of Sugarfoot (1 item).
 

Subseries 181. Hot and Cold Penguin (#U-51) 1955

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 181 contains pan backgrounds, scene/footage sheets, a synopsis, a holograph score and music sketch for production #U-51, "Hot and Cold Penguin." WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY: Alex Lovy. ANIMATION: La Verne Harding, Ray Abrams, and Don Patterson. SETTINGS: Raymond Jacobs. MUSIC: Clarence Wheeler. RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. Tex Avery drew the original storyboards for this cartoon. "Hot and Cold Penguin" was released theatrically on October 24, 1955 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 1PB, Folder 5

Pan backgrounds 1955

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 9, 14.
Box 7M, Folder 2

Music 1955

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 8PB, Folder 3

Pan backgrounds 1955

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 10, 13, 51.
Box 34M, Folder 1

Music 1955

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch. [Detail sheets bear working title, "Little America."]
Box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1955

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for "Hot and Cold Penguin."
Box 74P, Folder 74

Synopsis 1955

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 synopsis (2 items)

Scope and Content Note

Synopsis for "Hot and Cold Penguin."
 

Subseries 182. Hot Diggity Dog (Prod. #220) 1967

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 182 contains cels, pan backgrounds, bar sheets and orchestral parts for production #U-220, "Hot Diggity Dog." DIRECTOR: Paul J. Smith. STORY: Cal Howard. ANIMATION: Al Coe and Les Kline. SETTINGS: Ray Huffine. VOICE: Dal McKennon and Grace Stafford (Woody). RUNNING TIME: 6 minutes. "Hot Diggity Dog" was released theatrically on March 1, 1967 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 24PB, Folder 4

Pan backgrounds 1967

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 12, 13, 14, 21, 27, 33, 39, Overlay 41, 49, 58, 62.
Box 68C, Folder 34

Cels 1967

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 cels

Scope and Content Note

Main title cel: HOT DIGGITY DOG.
Box 75M, Folder 5

Music 1967

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts, Walter Greene.
Box 125P

Bar sheets 1967

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets (20 items)

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets for "Hot Diggity Dog."
 

Subseries 183. Hot Noon (or 12 O'Clock For Sure) (Prod. #U-26) 1953

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 183 contains backgrounds, cels, pan backgrounds, bound script, photostat storyboard, scene/footage sheets, notes on the music and a music sketch for production #U-26, "Hot Noon (or 12 O'Clock For Sure)." DIRECTOR: Paul J. Smith. STORY: Homer Brightman. ANIMATION: Gil Turner, La Verne Harding, and Robert Bentley. SETTINGS: Raymond Jacobs and Art Landy. MUSIC: Clarence Wheeler. VOICES: Dal McKennon (Buzz Buzzard) and Grace Stafford (Woody). RUNNING TIME: 6 minutes. "Hot Noon (or 12 O'Clock For Sure)" was released theatrically on November 15, 1953 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 2B, Folder 7

Backgrounds 1953

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 1, 25, 27, 27C, 57A, and 75. Artist: Ray Jacobs.
Box 15P, Folder 4

Script 1953

Scope and Content Note

Bound script.
Box 16P, Folder 2

Photostat storyboards 1953

Scope and Content Note

Photostat storyboards (5 items).
Box 21B, Folder 20

Backgrounds 1953

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scene 64.
Box 30M, Folder 7

Music 1953

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 31P, Folder 12

Notes 1953

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 notes

Scope and Content Note

Production note on the music for "Hot Noon (or 12 O'Clock For Sure)" (1 item).
Box 31PB, Folder 8

Pan backgrounds 1953

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 4, 15A, 74.
Box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1953

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for "Hot Noon (or 12 O'Clock For Sure)."
Box 225C, Folder 35

Cels 1953

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 cels (3 items)

Scope and Content Note

Scene: Credits. Job titles and artists credits. Three elements.
 

Subseries 184. Hot Rod Huckster (Prod. #U-34) 1954

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 184 contains pan backgrounds, bound script, photostat storyboard, scene breakdown with dialogue, dialogue sheets, scene/footage sheets, a holograph score, bar sheets and a music sketch for production #U-34, "Hot Rod Huckster." DIRECTOR: Don Patterson. STORY: Homer Brightman. ANIMATION: Ray Abrams, Herman Cohen, and Ken Southworth. SET DESIGN: Art Landy. MUSIC: Clarence Wheeler. VOICES: Dal McKennon (Buzz Buzzard) and Grace Stafford (Woody). RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "Hot Rod Huckster" was released theatrically on July 5, 1954 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 7M, Folder 5

Music 1954

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 15P, Folder 4

Script 1954

Scope and Content Note

Bound script for "Hot Rod Huckster."
Box 16P, Folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1954

Scope and Content Note

Photostat storyboards for "Hot Rod Huckster" (4 items).
Box 24M, Folder 16

Music 1954

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets and Wheeler music sketch for arrangement of "Screwy Song." [Calker short score for THE SCREWDRIVER used as reference material by Wheeler.]
Box 31P, Folder 19

Scene breakdown; dialogue 1954

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 scene breakdown (2 copies, 20 items each); dialogue sheets (17 items)

Scope and Content Note

Scene breakdown with dialogue (2 copies, 20 items each) and dialogue sheets (17 items).
Box 35M, Folder 7

Music 1954

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1954

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for "Hot Rod Huckster."
Box 55PB, Folder 16

Pan backgrounds 1954

Scope and Content Note

Scenes: UL 54.
Box 66PB, Folder 3

Pan backgrounds 1954

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 19, 20.
Box 77PB, Folder 0

Pan backgrounds 1954

Physical Description: OVERSIZED-stored off site

Scope and Content Note

Scenes: Special enclosure to accommodate size. Stored off-site at SRLF or in Performing Arts S/C.
 

Subseries 185. Hot Time on Ice (Prod. #U-219) 1967

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 185 contains backgrounds, cels, pan backgrounds, cutting and dialogue continuity, bar sheets and orchestral parts for production #U-219, "Hot Time on Ice." DIRECTOR: Paul J. Smith. STORY: Sid Marcus. ANIMATION: Al Coe and Les Kline. SETTINGS: Ray Huffine. MUSIC: Walter Greene. VOICE: Daws Butler (Chilly Willy). RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "Hot Time on Ice" was released theatrically on March 1, 1967 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 13B, Folder 18

Backgrounds 1967

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 6, 11, and 27.
Box 43P, Folder 13

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1967

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 cutting and dialogue continuity (2 copies--10 pages each)

Scope and Content Note

Cutting and dialogue continuity for "Hot Time on Ice."
Box 43PB, Folder 6

Pan backgrounds 1967

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 1, 19, 46, 47A.
Box 68C, Folder 33

Cels 1967

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 cels

Scope and Content Note

Main title cel: HOT TIME ON ICE.
Box 75M, Folder 4

Music 1967

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts, Walter Greene.
Box 124P

Bar sheets 1967

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets (20 items)

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets for "Hot Time on Ice."
 

Subseries 186. How To Stuff A Woodpecker (Prod. #U-111) 1960

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 186 contains backgrounds, pan backgrounds, scene/footage sheets, main and end title check list, a holograph score and music sketch for production #U-111, "How To Stuff A Woodpecker." DIRECTOR: Paul J. Smith. STORY: Dalton Sandifer. ANIMATION: Laverne Harding, Les Kline, and Ray Abrams. SETTINGS: Art Landy. MUSIC: Clarence Wheeler. VOICES: Dal McKennon and Grace Stafford (Woody). RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "How To Stuff A Woodpecker" was released theatrically on May 18, 1960 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 8B, Folder 7

Backgrounds 1960

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scene 38. Artist: Art Landy.
Box 17M, Folder 7

Music 1960

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 27M, Folder 5

Music 1960

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1960

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for "How To Stuff A Woodpecker."
Box 37PB, Folder 3

Pan backgrounds 1960

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 15, 23, 31, 34, 35, 40, 44, 45, Overlay 45, 46, 49, 56.
Box 55PB, Folder 10

Pan backgrounds 1960

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for Overlay 33, UL 40, OL 48, UL 53, UL 55.
Box 57P, Folder 1

Main and end title check list 1960

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 check list

Scope and Content Note

MAin and end title check list.
 

Subseries 188. Hunger Strife (Prod. #U-113) 1960

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 188 contains backgrounds, pan backgrounds, photostat storyboards, scene/footage sheets, a holograph score and music sketch for production #U-113, "Hunger Strife." DIRECTOR: Jack Hannah. STORY: Dalton Sandifer. ANIMATION: Ray Abrams and Al Coe. SETTINGS: Ray Huffine and Art Landy. MUSIC: Clarence Wheeler. VOICE: Dal McKennon (Ranger Willoughby). RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "Hunger Strife" was released theatrically on August 10, 1960 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 8B, Folder 9

Backgrounds 1960

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 1 and 69.
Box 14PB, Folder 5

Pan backgrounds 1960

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 5, 8, 10, 11, 17, UL 19, 19, 24, 34, UL 50.
Box 16M, Folder 1

Music 1960

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score with sketch for music.
Box 16P, Folder 3

Photostat storyboard 1960

Scope and Content Note

Photostat storyboards for "Hunger Strife" (2 items).
Box 27M, Folder 7

Music 1960

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Wheeler music sketch. File also includes and end title cue sketches.
Box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1960

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for "Hunger Strife."
 

Subseries 189. Hyde and Sneak (Prod. #U-149) 1962

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 189 contains backgrounds, pan backgrounds, photostat storyboards, scene/footage sheets, main and end title check list, model sheet (plus 2 photocopies), music sketch and orchestral parts for production #U-149, "Hyde and Sneak." DIRECTOR: Paul J. Smith. STORY: Bill Danch. ANIMATION: Les Kline and Ray Abrams. SETTINGS: Art Landy and Ray Huffine. MUSIC: Darrell Calker. VOICE: Grace Stafford (Vampira Vamp) and Dal McKennon (Inspector Willoughby). RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "Hyde and Sneak" was released theatrically on July 24, 1962 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 10B, Folder 15

Backgrounds 1962

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 24 and 33. Artists: Art Landy and Ray Huffine.
Box 16P, Folder 3

Photostat storyboard 1962

Scope and Content Note

Photostat storyboards for "Hyde and Sneak" (4 items).
Box 18PB, Folder 2

Pan backgrounds 1962

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 2, 5, 6, Overlay 8, Overlay 9, 9, 10, 25, 41, 62.
Box 20B, Folder 34

Backgrounds 1962

Scope and Content Note

Notes: OL 37.
Box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1962

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for "Hyde and Sneak."
Box 43M, Folder 2

Music 1962

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Darrell Calker music sketch.
Box 55M, Folder 1

Music 1962

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts, Darrell Calker.
Box 57P, Folder 1

Main and end title check list 1962

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 check list

Scope and Content Note

Main and end title check list.
Box 148P, Folder 48

Model sheet (plus photocopies) 1962

Scope and Content Note

Original model sheet and 2 photocopies.
 

Subseries 190. Hypnotic Hick, The (Prod. #U-24) 1953

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 190 contains exposure sheets, a bound script, dialogue sheets, scene/footage sheets, promotional stills with negatives, a holograph score and a music sketch for production #U-24, "The Hypnotic Hick." This is the first and only 3D cartoon made by Lantz Productions. DIRECTOR: Don Patterson. STORY: Homer Brightman. ANIMATION: Ray Abrams, Laverne Harding, Ken Southworth, Gil Turner, Herman Cohen, Clarence Wheeler, Homer Brightman, Raymond Jacobs, Art Landy, and Robert Bentley. SET DESIGN: Art Landy and Raymond Jacobs. MUSIC: Clarence Wheeler. TECHNICAL DIRECTOR: William E. Garity. VOICES: Dal McKennon (Buzz Buzzard/I. Gypem) and Grace Stafford (Woody). RUNNING TIME: 6 minutes. "The Hypnotic Hick" was released theatrically on August 26, 1953 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 1EX, Folder 13

Exposure sheets 1953

Scope and Content Note

Exposure sheets for production #U-24 THE HYPNOTIC HICK.
Box 10M, Folder 4

Music 1953

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 15P, Folder 3

Script 1953

Scope and Content Note

Bound script.
Box 31M, Folder 5

Music 1953

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 31P, Folder 10

Dialogue sheets 1953

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 dialogue sheets (19 items)

Scope and Content Note

Dialogue sheets for "The Hypnotic Hick."
Box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1953

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for "The Hypnotic Hick."
Box 65P, Folder 13

Stills 1953

Physical Description: 8 x 10 stills (8 items) and negatives (11 items)

Scope and Content Note

Stills with negatives.
 

Subseries 191. Hysterical High Spots in American History (Prod. #996) 1941

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 191 contains backgrounds, storyboards, dialogue sheets, and synopsis for production #996, "Hysterical High Spots in American History." DIRECTOR: Walter Lantz. STORY: Ben Hardaway. ANIMATION: Alex Lovy and La Verne Harding. MUSIC: Darrell Calker. SET DESIGN: Fred Brunish. VOICES: Mel Blanc and Sara Berner. RUNNING TIME: 6 minutes. "Hysterical High Spots in American History" was released theatrically on March 31, 1941 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 1B, Folder 6

Backgrounds 1941

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 38 and 42. Artist: Fred Brunish.
Box 25P, Folder 6

Storyboards; dialogue sheets 1941

Physical Description: 4 1/2 x 7 3/4 storyboard (215 items); 8 1/2 x 11 dialogue sheets (2 items)

Scope and Content Note

Pencil sketch storyboards with shot descriptions (215 items) and dialogue sheets (2 items) for "Hysterical High Spots in American History."
Box 74P, Folder 26

Synopsis 1941

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 synopsis (5 items)

Scope and Content Note

Synopsis for "Hysterical High Spots in American History."
 

Subseries 192. I'm Cold (Prod. #U-43) 1954

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 192 contains backgrounds, drawings, pan backgrounds, photostat storyboards, scene/footage sheets, model sheets, a holograph score and music sketch for production #U-43, "I'm Cold." This cartoon marks the first appearance of Smedley the Dog. DIRECTOR: Tex Avery. STORY: Homer Brightman. ANIMATION: Ray Abrams, Don Patterson, and La Verne Harding. SET DESIGN: Raymond Jacobs. MUSIC: Clarence Wheeler. RUNNING TIME: 6 minutes. "I'm Cold" was released theatrically on December 20, 1954 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 1PB, Folder 4

Pan backgrounds 1954

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scene 15.
Box 2B, Folder 21

Backgrounds 1954

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 1 and 5. Artist: Ray Jacobs.
Box 10M, Folder 6

Music 1955

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 16P, Folder 2

Photostat storyboards 1954

Scope and Content Note

Photostat storyboards for "I'm Cold" (4 items).
Box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1954

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for "I'm Cold."
Box 44M, Folder 1

Music 1955

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 72PB, Folder 2

Pan backgrounds 1954

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 9, 13, 18, 20, 25, 32, 36, 42.
Box 74PB, Folder 0

Pan backgrounds 1954

Physical Description: OVERSIZED-stored off site

Scope and Content Note

Special enclosure to accommodate size. Stored off-site at SRLF or in Performing Arts S/C.
Box 148P, Folder 10

Model sheets 1954

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 model sheet (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Original model sheet for Chilly Willy (1 item). Design by Tex Avery.
Box 167D, Folder 17

Drawings 1954

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 drawings

Scope and Content Note

SCENE: Unknown. Character: Chilly Willy. Pencil test animation for "Roaring fire." Artists: possibly Dan Patterson or Gil Turner.
 

Subseries 193. I'm Just A Jitterbug (Prod. #968) 1939

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 193 contains sheet music, a synopsis and script, and model sheet for production #968, "I'm Just A Jitterbug." DIRECTOR: Alex Lovy. STORY: Victor McLeod. ANIMATION: Merle Gilson and Hicks Lokey. MUSIC: Frank Marsales. RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "I'm Just A Jitterbug" was released theatrically on January 23, 1939 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 41P, Folder 19

Sheet music 1939

Scope and Content Note

Sheet music for the title song (1 item).
Box 74P, Folder 9

Synopsis and script 1939

Scope and Content Note

Synopsis (1 item) and script (12 items) for "I'm Just A Jitterbug."
Box 82P, Folder 12

Model sheets 1939

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 model sheet (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Model sheet of the Jitterbug and Cuckoo (1 item).
 

Subseries 195. International Woodpecker (Prod. #U-73) 1957

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 195 contains backgrounds, cels, drawings, pan backgrounds, photostat storyboards, scene/footage sheets, painted production background, model sheets, a holograph score and music sketch for production #U-73, "International Woodpecker." DIRECTOR: Paul J. Smith. STORY: Dick Kinney. ANIMATION: Robert Bentley and Les Kline. SETTINGS: Art Landy and Raymond Jacobs. MUSIC: Clarence Wheeler. VOICES: Daws Butler, June Foray (Knothead/Splinter), and Grace Stafford (Woody). RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "International Woodpecker" was released theatrically on July 1, 1957 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 5B, Folder 4

Backgrounds 1957

Scope and Content Note

Backgrounds for scenes 1B, 2, 6 with OL 2, OL 3, OL 23, OL 38, OL 41, and OL 46.
Box 7M, Folder 1

Music 1957

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 16P, Folder 2

Photostat storyboards 1957

Scope and Content Note

Photostat storyboards for "International Woodpecker" (2 copies, 5 items each).
Box 20B, Folder 32

Backgrounds 1957

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for UL 8, UL 9, OL 26, UL 27, UL 29, and UL 49.
Box 33PB, Folder 3

Pan backgrounds 1957

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 2A, 4, 10, 12, 20, 21, 24, 31.
Box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1957

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for "International Woodpecker."
Box 41M, Folder 4

Music 1957

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 57P, Folder 7

Production background 1957

Scope and Content Note

Painted production background of a Greek ruin (1 item) and clipped pictures of buildings from magazines to serve as design models (17 items).
Box 101D, Folder 10

Drawings 1957

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 drawings

Scope and Content Note

Scene: 2. Character: Dinosaur.
Box 136C, Folder 8

Cels 1957

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 cels

Scope and Content Note

Scene: 2. Character: Dinosaur.
Box 147P, Folder 30

Model sheets 1957

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 model sheets (20 items)

Scope and Content Note

Color model sheets for various scenes.
 

Subseries 196. Janie Get Your Gun (Prod. #U-195) 1965

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 196 contains backgrounds, cels, drawings, pan backgrounds, photostat storyboards, scene/footage sheets, cutting and dialogue continuity, and orchestral parts for production #U-195, "Janie Get Your Gun." DIRECTOR: Paul J. Smith. STORY: Cal Howard. ANIMATION: Les Kline and Al Coe. SETTINGS: Art Landy and Ray Huffine. MUSIC: Walter Greene. VOICES: Dal McKennon and Grace Stafford (Woody). RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "Janie Get Your Gun" was released theatrically on May 1, 1965 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 12B, Folder 17

Backgrounds 1965

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scene 37.
Box 17P, Folder 2

Photostat storyboards 1965

Scope and Content Note

Photostat storyboards for "Janie Get Your Gun" (6 items).
Box 22PB, Folder 1

Pan backgrounds 1965

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 12, 21, 41, 42, 54, 65.
Box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1965

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for "Janie Get Your Gun."
Box 44P, Folder 3

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1965

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 cutting and dialogue continuity (2 copies--9 pages each)
Box 54D, Folder 25

Drawings 1965

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 drawings

Scope and Content Note

Main title drawing: JANIE GET YOUR GUN.
Box 56PB, Folder 13

Pan backgrounds 1965

Scope and Content Note

Scenes: Overlay 35.
Box 68C, Folder 9

Cels 1965

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 cels

Scope and Content Note

Main title cel: JANIE GET YOUR GUN.
Box 78M, Folder 1

Music 1965

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts, Walter Greene.
 

Subseries 197. Jerky Turkey (Prod. #U-227) 1968

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 197 contain backgrounds, cels, pan backgrounds, layout drawings, photostat storyboards, bar sheets, and orchestral parts for production #U-227, "Jerky Turkey." DIRECTOR: Paul J. Smith. STORY: Cal Howard. ANIMATION: Les Kline and Al Coe. SETTINGS: Ray Huffine. VOICES: Grace Stafford (Bessie Beary) and Paul Frees (Charlie Beary). RUNNING TIME: 6 minutes. "Jerky Turkey" was released theatrically in 1968 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 3P

Layout drawings 1968

Scope and Content Note

Layout drawings for "Jerky Turkey" (10 items).
Box 14B, Folder 4

Backgrounds 1968

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 18, OL 20, 27, 59, 60, 62, and 68.
Box 18P, Folder 1

Photostat storyboards 1968

Scope and Content Note

Photostat storyboards for "Jerky Turkey" (8 items).
Box 25PB, Folder 5

Pan backgrounds 1968

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 2, 8, 14, 15.
Box 68C, Folder 40

Cels 1968

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 cels

Scope and Content Note

Main title cel: JERKY TURKEY.
Box 79M, Folder 1

Music 1968

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts, Walter Greene.
Box 125P

Bar sheets 1968

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets (20 items)

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets for "Jerky Turkey."
 

Subseries 198. Jittery Jester (#U-93) 1958

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 198 contains backgrounds, pan backgrounds, scene/footage sheets, main and end title check list, a holograph score and music sketch for production #U-93, "Jittery Jester." DIRECTOR: Paul J. Smith. STORY: Homer Brightman. ANIMATION: Robert Bentley, Les Kline, and Don Patterson. SETTINGS: Art Landy and Raymond Jacobs. MUSIC: Clarence Wheeler. VOICES: Dal McKennon and Grace Stafford. RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "Jittery Jester" was released theatrically on November 3, 1958 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 7B, Folder 3

Backgrounds 1958

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for UL 31 and UL 31A. Artists: Art Landy and Ray Jacobs.
Box 12M, Folder 8

Music 1958

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 12PB, Folder 1

Pan backgrounds 1958

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 11, 49, 71.
Box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1958

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for "Jittery Jester."
Box 50M, Folder 5

Music 1958

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 53PB, Folder 7

Pan backgrounds 1958

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 49, 71.
Box 55PB, Folder 26

Pan backgrounds 1958

Scope and Content Note

Scenes: UL 36.
Box 57P, Folder 1

Main and end title check list 1958

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 check list

Scope and Content Note

Main and end title check list for "Jittery Jester."
 

Subseries 199. Jolly Little Elves (Prod. #688) 1934

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 199 contains sketches and color models of elves for production #688, "Jolly Little Elves." This cartoon is the first full-length Lantz production in color and was nominated for an Academy Award. "Jolly Little Elves" was made in two-color Technicolor, as were the subsequent Lantz Cartune Classics released during 1934 and 1935. DIRECTOR: Walter Lantz. STORY AND LYRICS: Walter Lantz and Victor McLeod. ANIMATION: Manuel Moreno, Lester Kline, Fred Kopietz, Bill Mason, and La Verne Harding. MUSIC: James Dietrich. "Jolly Little Elves" was theatrically released on October 1, 1934 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 137P, Folder 21

Model sheets 1934

Scope and Content Note

Sketches and color models of elves (4 items).
 

Subseries 200. Juke Box Jamboree (Prod. #1015) 1942

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 200 contains pencil storyboard sketches, a synopsis, sheet music, lyric sheets, model sheets, scene/footage breakdown, an Academy Award nomination, stills with negatives, and sketches for production #1015, "Juke Box Jamboree." This cartoon was nominated for an Academy Award in 1942. DIRECTOR: Alex Lovy. STORY: Ben Hardaway and Milt Schaffer. ANIMATION: Verne Harding. MUSIC: Darrell Calker. RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "Juke Box Jamboree" was released theatrically on July 27, 1942 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 34P, Folder 1

Production materials 1942

Scope and Content Note

Pencil storyboard sketches (300 items), synopsis (2 items), sheet music (1 item), lyric sheets (2 itemss), Academy Award nomination (1 item), model sheet (1 item) and scene/footage breakdown (1 item).
Box 64P, Folder 19

Stills with negative 1942

Physical Description: 8 x 10 stills (4 items) and negatives (1 items)

Scope and Content Note

Promotional stills with negative for "Juke Box Jamboree."
Box 147P, Folder 19

Model sketches 1942

Scope and Content Note

Original model sketch/color model for the Zowie Spirits.
 

Subseries 201. Jungle Jive (Prod. #D-5) 1944

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 201 contains storyboard sketches and scene/footage breakdown for production #D-5, "Jungle Jive." DIRECTOR: Shamus Culhane. STORY: Ben Hardaway and Milt Schaffer. ANIMATION: Paul Smith and Emery Hawkins. LAYOUT: Art Heinemann. BACKGROUNDS: Philip DeGuard. MUSIC: Darrell Calker. PIANIST: Bob Zurke. RUNNING TIME: 6 minutes. This cartoon contains the last known recording by pianist, Bob Zurke. He died a month after recording the soundtrack for this cartoon in 1942."Jungle Jive" was released theatrically on May 15, 1944 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 29P, Folder 4

Storyboards; scene/footage sheets 1944

Physical Description: 4 1/2 x 7 3/4 storyboard (180 items); scene/footage sheets (3 items)

Scope and Content Note

Pencil storyboard sketches and scene/footage breakdown for "Jungle Jive."
 

Subseries 202. Jungle Medics, The (Prod. #SS-1) 1960

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 202 contains backgrounds, pan backgrounds, and production materials for a TV pilot titles "The Jungle Medics" (Prod. #SS-1). DIRECTOR: Jack Hannah. See also Series 2--COMMERCIALS AND TELEVISION PRODUCTIONS, subseries 55--THE JUNGLE MEDICS and Series 4--CHARACTER SKETCHES, Subseries 58--MONKEYS AND APES for additional materials.
Box 16B, Folder 22

Backgrounds 1960

Scope and Content Note

Backgrounds for scenes 3, 5, 9, and 11. Starring Sam 'n' Simian. Theatrical production (probably circa 1960) directed by Jack Hannah. Never assigned a U-series production number or a release date. The film does exist in finished form in the MCA/Universal holdings.
Box 59PB, Folder 14

Pan backgrounds 1960

Scope and Content Note

Pan backgrounds for scenes 2, 4, 14, & unidentified scene. Theatrical production: SAM N'SIMIAN.

Note

Theatrical production. SAM N' SIMIAN. See 12 Field BG NOTES for SS-1.
Box 147P, Folder 35

Production materials 1960

Scope and Content Note

Pilot for TV series. Various production materials (16 items). Produced at approximately the same time as U-103 (original SM-1). For additional material-MONKEYS AND APES in CHARACTER SKETCHES.
 

Subseries 203. Keeper of the Lions (Prod. #831) 1937

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 203 contains a color model sheet for production #831, "Keeper of the Lions." DIRECTOR: Walter Lantz. STORY: Charles Bowers. ANIMATION: Uncredited. MUSICAL DIRECTION: Nathaniel Shilkret. MUSIC: George Lessner. RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. Animation pioneer, Charles Bowers joined the Lantz staff in 1937 as a storyman. To streamline the product of the films, Bowers created a new character - the Dumb Cluck. This cartoon marks the first appearance of Oswald's short-lived costar. "Keeper of the Lions" was released theatrically on October 18, 1937 ans was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 147P, Folder 32

Model sheet 1937

Scope and Content Note

Color model sheet for scenes 28-31 featuring a turtle on roller skates and a crab.
 

Subseries 204. Kiddie Koncert (Prod. #UA-4) 1948

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 204 contains photostat storyboards, a synopsis, storyboard sketches, sequence sketches, cutting continuity, scene/footage breakdown, and promotional stills with negatives for production #UA-4, "Kiddie Koncert." DIRECTOR: Dick Lundy. STORY: Ben Hardaway and Jack Cosgriff. ANIMATION: Ed Love and Sidney Pillet. BACKGROUNDS: Fred Brunish. MUSIC: Darrell Calker. RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "Kiddie Koncert" was released theatrically on April 23, 1948 and was distributed by United Artists.
Box 16P, Folder 1

Photostat storyboards 1948

Scope and Content Note

Photostat storyboards (4 copies, 3 items each).
Box 24P, Folder 2

Production materials 1948

Scope and Content Note

Pencil storyboard sketches (236 items), sequence sketches on animation paper (36 items), cutting continuity (8 copies, 4 items each) and scene/footage breakdown (2 items).
Box 64P, Folder 22

Stills w/ negatives 1948

Physical Description: 8 x 10 stills (7 items) and negatives (5 items)

Scope and Content Note

Promotional stills with negatives for "Kiddie Koncert."
Box 74P, Folder 61

Synopsis 1948

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 synopsis (5 items)

Scope and Content Note

Story synopsis for "Kiddie Koncert."
 

Subseries 205. Kiddie League (Prod. #105) 1959

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 205 contains backgrounds, pan backgrounds, scene/footage sheets, dialogue sheets, model sheets, main and end title list, a holograph score and music sketch for production #U-105, "Kiddie League." DIRECTOR: Paul J. Smith. STORY: Dalton Sandifer. ANIMATION: Robert Bentley, Les Kline, and Don Patterson. SETTINGS: Art Landy and Raymond Jacobs. MUSIC: Eugene Poddany. VOICES: Dal McKennon and Grace Stafford. "Kiddie League" was released theatrically on November 3, 1959 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 8B, Folder 2

Backgrounds 1959

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 6, 9, 10 with OL 33, 12, 19, 45, 60, & 86. Artists: Ray Jacobs and Art Landy.
Box 17M, Folder 4

Music 1960

Scope and Content Note

Eugene Poddany holograph score.
Box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1959

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for "Kiddie League."
Box 37PB, Folder 1

Pan backgrounds 1959

Scope and Content Note

Pan backgrounds for scenes 13, 14, 24, 26, 32, 34, 42, 72, 87.
Box 40M, Folder 7

Music 1959

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Eugene Poddany sketch.
Box 45P, Folder 11

Dialogue sheets; model sheets 1959

Scope and Content Note

Dialogue sheets (7 items) and model sheets (2 items).
Box 57P, Folder 1

Main and end title check list 1959

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 check list

Scope and Content Note

Main and end title check list for "Kiddie League."
 

Subseries 206. Kittens' Mittens (Prod. #985) 1940

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 206 contains scene/footage sheets, model sheets, and drawings for production #985, "Kittens' Mittens." DIRECTOR: Alex Lovy. STORY: Victor McLeod. ANIMATION: George Dane and LaVerne Harding. MUSIC: Frank Marsales. VOICE: Bernice Hansen (Kittens). RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "Kittens' Mittens" was released theatrically on February 12, 1940 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 83P, Folder 19

Scene/footage sheets 1940

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for "Kittens' Mittens."
Box 90P, Folder 5

Model sheets 1940

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 model sheet (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Model sheets of the Three Lil' Kittens.
Box 147P, Folder 34

Drawings 1940

Scope and Content Note

Color model/animation drawing(#A1) for Orphan Kitten from Scene 4A.
 

Subseries 208. Knights for a Day (Prod. #101) 1936

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 208 contains backgrounds for production #101, "Knights for a Day." DIRECTOR: Walter Lantz. STORY: Walter Lantz and Victor McLeod. ANIMATION: Manuel Moreno, Fred Kopietz, and Lester Kline. MUSIC: James Dietrich. RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "Knights for a Day" was released theatrically on December 25, 1936 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 21B, Folder 7

Backgrounds 1936

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 46 and 50 with cel OL, 55 and 57, and 61 and 63 (4 items). Black and white backgrounds. Artist: Ed Kiechle.
 

Subseries 209. Knock Knock (Prod. #992) 1940

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 209 contains a synopsis, promotional stills, a cel reproduction, storyboard sketches, gag sketches, and a short score for production #992, "Knock Knock." DIRECTOR: Walter Lantz. STORY: Ben Hardaway and Lowell Elliot. ANIMATION: Alex Lovy and Frank Tipper. MUSIC: Frank Marsales. VOICES: Mel Blanc (Woody/Papa Panda) and Bernice Hansen (Andy Panda). RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. This cartoon marks the first appearance of Woody Woodpecker, Lantz's most famous and recognizable character. "Knock Knock" was released theatrically on November 25, 1940 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 39M, Folder 16

Music 1940

Scope and Content Note

Frank Marsales short score (copy).
Box 59P, Folder 9

Synopsis 1940

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 synopsis (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Synopsis for "Knock Knock."
Box 66P, Folder 17

Stills 1940

Physical Description: 8 x 10 stills (2 items)

Scope and Content Note

Promotional stills for "Knock Knock."
Box 74P, Folder 14

Cel reproduction 1940

Scope and Content Note

Cel reproduction and photocopied background (circa 1980's) of Woody sticking his head through a knothole in Papa Panda's ceiling.
Box 83P, Folder 9

Storyboards; gag sketches 1940

Physical Description: 4 1/2 x 7 3/4 storyboard (17 items); gag sketches (6 items)

Scope and Content Note

Pencil storyboard sketches and gag sketches for "Knock Knock."
 

Subseries 210. Lad in Bagdad, A (Prod. #U-236) 1968

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 210 contains backgrounds, cels, pan backgrounds, layout drawings, photostat storyboards, and orchestral parts for production #U-236, "A Lad in Bagdad." DIRECTOR: Paul J. Smith. STORY: Cal Howard. ANIMATION: Les Kline and Al Coe. SETTINGS: Ray Huffine. MUSIC: Walter Greene. VOICES: Grace Stafford and Paul Frees. RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "A Lad in Bagdad" was released theatrically on August 1, 1968 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 4P

Layout drawings 1968

Scope and Content Note

Layout drawings for "A Lad in Bagdad" (10 items).
Box 14B, Folder 12

Backgrounds 1968

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 8 and 9.
Box 18P, Folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1968

Scope and Content Note

Photostat storyboard for "A Lad in Bagdad" (9 items).
Box 42PB, Folder 1

Pan backgrounds 1968

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 3, 24, 44.
Box 68C, Folder 1

Cels 1968

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 cels

Scope and Content Note

Scene: Main title. Main Title: A LAD IN BAGDAD.
Box 85M, Folder 4

Music 1968

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts, Walter Greene.
 

Subseries 211. Lamplighter, The (Prod. #834) 1938

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 211 contains a model sheet for production #834, "The Lamplighter." DIRECTOR: Walter Lantz. STORY: Victor McLeod and James Miele. ANIMATION: Ray Fahringer and Ted Dubois. MUSICAL DIRECTION: Nathaniel Shilkre. RUNNING TIME: 7 minutes. "The Lamplighter" was released theatrically on January 10, 1938 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 82P, Folder 1

Model sheet 1938

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 model sheet (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Model sheet of kittens (1 item).
 

Subseries 212. Legend of Rock-a-Bye Point, The (Prod. #U-41) 1955

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 212 contains backgrounds, pan backgrounds, scene/footage sheets, model sheets, a holograph score, music sketch, and orchestral parts for production #U-41, "The Legend of Rock-a-Bye Point." DIRECTOR: Tex Avery. STORY: Michael Maltese. ANIMATION: Ray Abrams, Don Patterson, and La Verne Harding. SET DESIGN: Raymond Jacobs. MUSIC: Clarence Wheeler. VOICES: Daws Butler and Dal McKennon. RUNNING TIME: 6 minutes. "The Legend of Rock-a-Bye Point" was released theatrically on April 11, 1955 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 2B, Folder 20

Backgrounds 1955

Scope and Content Note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 4, 24, and 48. Artist: Ray Jacobs.
Box 6M, Folder 1

Music 1955

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts for Cue M-13, Clarence Wheeler.
Box 6M, Folder 3

Music 1955

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1955

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets (including continuity).
Box 44M, Folder 8

Music 1955

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Wheeler music sketch. File also contains additional Wheeler music sketches from production #U-41.
Box 72PB, Folder 3

Pan backgrounds 1955

Scope and Content Note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 1, 2, 8, 13, 18, 42, 51.
Box 74PB, Folder 0

Pan backgrounds 1955

Physical Description: OVERSIZED-stored off site

Scope and Content Note

Scenes: Special enclosure to accommodate size. Stored stored off-site at SRLF or in Performing Arts S/C.
Box 90P, Folder 2

Model sheets 1955

Scope and Content Note

Model sheets of Maxie Bear and the bulldog.
 

Subseries 214. Life Begins For Andy Panda (Prod. #974) 1939

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 214 contains a music sketch, sheet music, storyboard sketches, photostats of drawings, a negative, paintings, stills, photostat model sheets and original model sheets for production #974, "Life Begins for Andy Panda." This is the first cartoon to feature popular Lantz character, Andy Panda. DIRECTOR: Alex Lovy. STORY: Walter Lantz. ANIMATION: Alex Lovy and Frank Tipper. MUSIC: Frank Marsales. RUNNING TIME: 8 minutes. "Life Begins For Andy Panda" was released theatrically on August 24, 1939 and was distributed by Universal Pictures.
Box 55P, Folder 2

Music sketch; sheet music 1939

Scope and Content Note

Irving Bibo music sketch for the "Andy Panda Fife Song" (1 item). Sheet music for the "Andy Panda" song by Ann Ronell (24 items).
Box 59P, Folder 13

Production materials 1939

Scope and Content Note

Pencil storyboard sketches (26 items), photostats of drawings (12 items), negative (1 item) and a painting (1 item).
Box 66P, Folder 8

Stills 1939

Physical Description: 8 x 10 stills (4 items)

Scope and Content Note

Promotional stills for "Life Begins For Andy Panda."
Box 87P, Folder 7

Photostat model sheets 1939

Scope and Content Note

Photostat model sheets of pygmies and turtle (4 items).
Box 148P, Folder 42

Model sheet 1939

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 model sheet (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Original model sheet for Rochester Turtle.
 

Subseries 326. Scrappy Birthday 1949

Scope and Content Note

Prod. #UA-12
Box 707, Folder 2

Scrappy Birthday Model Sheet

Scope and Content Note

Mock up on poster board.
 

Series 2. Commercials and Television Productions 1950-1955

Scope and Content Note

Items in this series contain one or more of the following: backgrounds, cels, drawings, layout drawings, music, pan backgrounds, photostat storyboards, promotional stills, concept synopsis, storyboards, etc. Lantz Productions made several commercials for high-profile companies during the 1950s including, Auto-Lite (the 'World's Largest Independent Manufacturer of Automotive Electrical Equipment'), Coca-Cola, Interstate Bakeries, and Kellogg's. The studio also made a few television programs produced and unproduced such as "Adventures in Music," "The Kit 'n Kaboodle Show," (unproduced) "Spook-A-Nanny" (1964), and "The Woody Woodpecker Show" (1976).

Arrangement

Items are arranged alphabetically by production title.
 

Subseries 1. Adventures in Music circa 1950s

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 1 contains storyboard sketches, storyboard bound in book, script, scene breakdown, photostat models (b&w reproductions), sketches, cards, cels, etc. for Lantz television production, "Adventures in Music." The series of short films was written by Frank Skinner for the Audio-Visual program in America's elementary schools. Each short is approximately 15 minutes in length and was also seen on television.
Box 79P, Folder 1

Adventures in Music n.d.

Physical Description: 5 1/2 x 7 1/2 storyboard sketches (118 items); 8 1/2 x 11 script (43 pages); continuity script (12 items); story notes w/ music (43 pages); 8 x 10 1/2 photostat models (12 items); 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 pencil drawings (27 items); cels (1 item); cards (52 items)

Scope and Content Note

Storyboard pencil sketches, script, continuity script (scene breakdown), photostat models, pencil drawings w/ notes, playing cards, cels, and notes for "Adventures in Music."
Box 137P, Folder 13

Adventures in Music n.d.

Physical Description: 4 x 5 3/4 storyboards bound in book w/ script material (18 items)

Scope and Content Note

Storyboards bound in a book with script materials for "Adventures in Music."
 

Subseries 2. Auto-Lite: Andy Panda's Bright Spot 1952

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 2 contains hand-drawn pencil sketches for an Andy Panda Auto-Lite commercial with dialogue and narration.
Box 54P, Folder 13

Auto-Lite: Andy Panda's Bright Spot (1952) 1952

Physical Description: 6 1/4 x 7 storyboard sketches with narration (19 items)

Scope and Content Note

Storyboard pencil sketches for an Andy Panda Auto-Lite car battery commercial with dialogue and narration.
 

Subseries 3. Auto-Lite: It's No Picnic 1952

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 3 contains the scene breakdown (including dialogue) for Lantz-produced Auto-Lite commercial "It's No Picnic" (Prod. C-127). The scene breakdown is hand-written by Walter Lantz himself.
Box 54P, Folder 12

Auto-Lite: It's No Picnic (Prod. C-127) 1952

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 13 1/4 annotated story continuity (7 pages)

Scope and Content Note

Annotated continuity for Auto-Lite commercial "It's No Picnic" (Prod. C-127) starring Oswald Rabbit, Andy Panda, and Miranda Panda. The handwriting belongs to Walter Lantz.
 

Subseries 4. Auto-Lite: Life of a Spark, The (Prod. C-129) 1952

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 4 contains storyboards, shot descriptions, scenario breakdown, and dialogue sheets for an Andy Panda and Oswald Rabbit Auto-Lite commercial, "The Life of a Spark" (Prod. C-129).
Box 54P, Folder 4

Auto-Lite: Life of a Spark, The (Prod. C-129) 1952

Physical Description: 4 x 5 3/4 color storyboards mounted on black paper (9 items)

Scope and Content Note

Original hand-drawn color storyboard sketches mounted on black paper with typed dialogue and shot descriptions for an Auto Lite car battery commercial starring Andy Panda and Oswald Rabbit.
Box 54P, Folder 7

Auto-Lite: Life of a Spark, The (Prod. C-129) 1952

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 script (5 pages); 8 1/2 x 13 1/4 shot list (1 page)

Scope and Content Note

Script and shot list for Lantz-produced Auto-Lite commercial "The Life of a Spark" (Prod. C-129), starring Oswald Rabbit, Andy Panda and Miranda Panda.
 

Subseries 5. Auto-Lite: Round Pegs and Square Holes (Prod. C-126) 1952

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 5 contains an annotated continuity script for Lantz-produced Auto-Lite commercial "Round Pegs and Square Holes" (Prod. C-126). The continuity script is written by Walter Lantz himself.
Box 54P, Folder 11

Auto-Lite: Round Pegs and Square Holes (Prod. C-126) 1952

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 13 1/4 annotated story continuity (5 pages)

Scope and Content Note

Annotated story continuity with dialogue by Walter Lantz for Auto-Lite commercial, "Round Pegs and Square Holes" (C-126), starring Oswald Rabbit.
 

Subseries 6. Auto-Lite: Suspense 1951

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 6 contains scripts for commercial spots aired during the Auto-Lite sponsored television program, "Suspense." Scripts were prepared by Ruthrauff &amp; Ryan, Inc. Advertising--Television Department.
Box 54P, Folder 9

Auto-Lite: Suspense 1951

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 commercial scripts (2 items--7, 8 pages respectively)

Scope and Content Note

Scripts for commercial spots aired during the Auto-Lite sponsored television program, "Suspense." Scripts were prepared by Ruthrauff & Ryan, Inc. Advertising--Television Department.
 

Subseries 7. Auto-Lite: Team Play (AL-1) 1952

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 7 contains promotional stills, negatives, music and xeroxed storyboards with dialogue and shot descriptions featuring Andy Panda and Oswald Rabbit for Lantz-produced Auto-Lite commercial, "Team Play."
Box 24M, Folder 9

Music for "Auto Lite: Team Play" (AL-1) 1952

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts for cue M-18, Clarence Wheeler.
Box 24M, Folder 10

Music for "Auto Lite: Team Play" 1952

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score and detail sheets with music sketch.
Box 54P, Folder 2

Auto-Lite: Team Play 1952

Physical Description: 11 1/2 x 18 xeroxed storyboards/shot descriptions (4 items); 11 1/2 x 15 (7 items)

Scope and Content Note

Reduced xeroxed storyboards with typed dialogue and shot descriptions for Lantz-produced commercial, "Team Play." Characters include Andy Panda and Oswald Rabbit.
Box 63P, Folder 14

Auto-Lite: Team Play 1952

Physical Description: 8 x 10 stills (3 items) and negatives (15 items)

Scope and Content Note

Promotional stills and negatives from the Auto-Lite commercial "Team Play with Andy Panda."
 

Subseries 8. Auto-Lite: Winning Spark, The (C-128) 1952

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 8 contains an annotated continuity script and a preliminary shot list with pencil sketches for Lantz-produced Auto-Lite commercial "The Winning Spark" (C-128), starring Oswald Rabbit and Andy Panda.
Box 54P, Folder 6

Auto-Lite: Winning Spark, The (C-128) 1952

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 continuity script (4 items)

Scope and Content Note

Typed continuity script (including dialogue), with hand-written notes in the margins.
Box 54P, Folder 8

Auto-Lite: Winning Spark, The (Prod. C-128) 1952

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 13 1/4 shot list w/ sketches (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Preliminary shot list with pencil sketches for Lantz-produced Auto-Lite commercial "The Winning Spark" (Prod. C-128), starring Oswald Rabbit and Andy Panda.
 

Subseries 9. Auto-Lite: 1951 1951

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 9 negative storyboard photostats (b&w reproductions), dialogue and shot descriptions, story notes, glossary of terms for a car electrical system, and reference clippings of cars and car parts for various Auto-Lite commercials made by Lantz Productions in 1951.
Box 54P, Folder 1

Auto-Lite: 1951 1951

Physical Description: 4 3/4 x 6 3/4 negative photostat storyboards (63 items)

Scope and Content Note

Negative photostat storyboards (7,21,35 items respectively) with Andy Panda, Miranda Panda, and Oswald Rabbit.
Box 54P, Folder 3

Auto-Lite: 1951 1951

Physical Description: 3 x 5 handwritten notes (5 pages)

Scope and Content Note

Handwritten notes for an untitled Auto-Lite commercial.
Box 54P, Folder 5

Auto-Lite: 1951 1951

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 story notes (13 items); glossary (3 items)

Scope and Content Note

Story ideas for commercials with notes submitted to Auto-Lite for a tentative commercial titled, "The Auto-Lite Sparkys," featuring Andy Panda (story #1) and Homer Pigeon (story #2). Also included is a glossary of terms for a car electrical system.
Box 54P, Folder 13

Auto-Lite: 1951 1951

Physical Description: clippings [various] (10 items); 8 1/2 x 11 manual (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Reference clippings of cars and car parts. Folder also includes an Auto-Lite Batteries manual of its products.
 

Subseries 10. Auto-Lite: 1952 1952

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 10 contains stills, a photostat background model, color pencil sketches, and painted production backgrounds for various Auto-Lite commercials made by Lantz Productions in 1952. This subseries also includes the music for specific Auto-Lite commercials made in 1952 including, "Auto Lite: Bear Luck" (AL-4), "Auto Lite: The Big Game" (AL-3), and "Auto-Lite: Rush Hour Traffic" (AL-2).
Box 11M, Folder 17

Music for "Auto Lite: Rush Hour Traffic" (AL-2) 1952

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 11M, Folder 18

Music for "Auto Lite: The Big Game" (AL-3) 1952

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 11M, Folder 19

Music for "Auto Lite: Bear Luck" (AL-4) 1952

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 24M, Folder 6

Music for "Auto Lite: Bear Luck" (AL-4) 1952

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 24M, Folder 7

Music for "Auto Lite: The Big Game" (AL-3) 1952

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 24M, Folder 8

Music for "Auto Lite: Rush Hour Traffic" (AL-2) 1952

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 42M, Folder 1

Music for "Auto Lite: The Big Game" (AL-3) 1952

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets.
Box 42M, Folder 2

Music for "Auto Lite: Bear Luck" (AL-4) 1952

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets.
Box 42M, Folder 4

Music for "Auto Lite: Rush Hour Traffic" (AL-2) 1952

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets.
Box 54P, Folder 10

Auto-Lite: 1952 1952

Physical Description: 8 x 10 stills (2 items)

Scope and Content Note

Promotional stills of Andy Panda and Oswald Rabbit using Auto-Lite products.
Box 54P, Folder 14

Auto-Lite: 1952 1952

Physical Description: photostatic model sheets [various] (6 items)

Scope and Content Note

Photostatic background model for the Auto-Lite logo.
Box 54P, Folder 16

Auto Lite: 1952 1952

Physical Description: 6 1/4 x 7 color pencil storyboard sketches (20 items)

Scope and Content Note

Color pencil storyboard sketches for a commercial which shows the flow of electricity through an engine.
Box 54P, Folder 17

Auto-Lite: 1952 1952

Physical Description: color pencil sketches [various] (9 items)

Scope and Content Note

Color pencil sketches of a car's electrical system, including Sparky.
Box 54P, Folder 18

Auto-Lite: 1952 1952

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 color pencil sketches (12 items)

Scope and Content Note

Original color pencil sketches for an Auto-Lite commercial with Andy Panda and Oswald Rabbit.
Box 54P, Folder 19

Auto-Lite: 1952 1952

Physical Description: 9 3/4 x 12 3/4 painted background (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Painted production background of a street along a commercial district.
 

Subseries 11. Carnation Milk: Original Ad Artwork circa 1950s

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 11 contains mounted cartoon drawings for Carnation Milk advertisements.
Box 130P, Folder 21

Carnation Milk: Original Ad Artwork circa 1950s

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 mounted pencil drawings (3 items)

Scope and Content Note

Mounted cartoon drawings for Carnation Milk advertisements.
 

Subseries 12. Coca-Cola: "Aladdin's Lamp" (Prod. CC-H) 1948

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 12 contains a script, a photostat title sheet, and storyboards for a Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial titled, "Aladdin's Lamp" (Prod. CC-H).
Box 14P, Folder 7

Coca-Cola: "Aladdin's Lamp" (Prod. CC-H) 1948

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 script (4 items); 8 x 10 1/4 photostat title sheet (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Script and photostat title sheet for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial "Aladdin's Lamp" (Prod. CC-H).
Box 130P, Folder 10

Coca-Cola: "Aladdin's Lamp" (Prod. CC-H) 1948

Physical Description: 4 x 5 3/4 photostat storyboards (3 items)

Scope and Content Note

Photostat storyboards for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial, "Aladdin's Lamp" (Prod. CC-H).
 

Subseries 13. Coca-Cola: "Ali Baba and the Thieves" (Prod. CC-2) 1953

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 13 contains storyboard sketches with shot descriptions, a continuity script, bar sheets, a holograph score and music sketch for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial "Ali Baba and the Thieves" (Prod. CC-2).
Box 11M, Folder 2

Music for "Coca-Cola: Ali Baba and the Thieves" (Prod. CC-2) 1953

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 11M, Folder 11

Music for "Coca-Cola: Ali Baba and the Thieves" (Prod. CC-2) 1953

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 13P, Folder 2

Coca-Cola: "Ali Baba and the Thieves" (Prod. CC-2) 1953

Physical Description: 2 3/4 x 3 3/4 pencil sketch storyboards (81 items) mounted on black paper (27 items); continuity script (7 pages)

Scope and Content Note

Original color storyboard sketches with shot descriptions mounted on black paper and a continuity script for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial, "Ali Baba and the Thieves" (Prod. CC-2).
Box 42M, Folder 5

Music for "Coca-Cola: Ali Baba and the Thieves" (Prod. CC-2) 1953

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets.
 

Subseries 14. Coca-Cola: "Fisherman's Luck" (Prod. CC-B) 1948

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 14 contains a photostat title sheet for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial, "Fisherman's Luck" (Prod. CC-B).
Box 14P, Folder 8

Coca-Cola: "Fisherman's Luck" (Prod. CC-B) 1948

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 photostat model sheet (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Photostat title sheet for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial, "Fisherman's Luck" (Prod. CC-B).
 

Subseries 15. Coca-Cola: "Fox and the Grapes, The" (Prod. CC-3) 1953

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 15 contains original storyboard materials, negative and positive photostats, a continuity script, bar sheets, a holograph score and music sketch for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial "The Fox and the Grapes" (Prod. CC-3).
Box 11M, Folder 3

Music 1953

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 11M, Folder 12

Music 1953

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 13P, Folder 3

Coca-Cola: Fox and the Grapes, The (Prod. CC-3) 1953

Physical Description: 2 3/4 x 3 3/4 pencil storyboards (64 drawings) mounted on black paper (22 items); negative photostat models (20 items--bound); positive photostat models (20 items); continuity script (6 pages)

Scope and Content Note

Original storyboard sketches w/ shot descriptions mounted on black paper, negative and positive photostat models, and the continuity script for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial, "The Fox and the Grapes" (CC-3).
Box 42M, Folder 6

Music 1953

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets.
 

Subseries 16. Coca-Cola: "Grasshopper and the Ants, The" (Prod. CC-4) 1953

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 16 contains storyboard pencil sketches mounted on black pages, a continuity script, bar sheets, a holograph score and music sketch for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial "The Grasshopper and the Ants" (CC-4).
Box 11M, Folder 4

Music 1953

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 11M, Folder 13

Music 1953

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 13P, Folder 4

Coca-Cola: "Grasshopper and the Ants, The" (CC-4) 1953

Physical Description: 4 x 5 3/4 color storyboards mounted on black paper (22 items); continuity script (9 pages)

Scope and Content Note

Storyboard sketches with shot descriptions mounted on black pages and a continuity script for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial "The Grasshopper and the Ants" (CC-4).
Box 42M, Folder 7

Music 1953

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets.
 

Subseries 17. Coca-Cola: "Hare and the Hound, The" (Prod. CC-5) 1953

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 17 contains storyboard sketches, negative photostat copies of the storyboards, continuity script, a note on the music, holograph scores and a music sketch for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial, "The Hare and the Hound" (Prod. CC-5).
Box 11M, Folder 5

Music 1953

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 11M, Folder 14

Music 1953

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 13P, Folder 6

Coca-Cola: "Hare and the Hound, The" (Prod. CC-5) 1953

Physical Description: 4 x 5 3/4 color storyboards mounted on black paper (25 items); negative photostat copies of storyboards (25 items); continuity script (6 pages); music note (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Original storyboard sketches w/ shot descriptions mounted on black pages, negative photostat copies of storyboards, continuity script, and a note on the music for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial, "The Hare and the Hound" (Prod. CC-5).
Box 23M, Folder 12

Music 1953

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
 

Subseries 18. Coca-Cola: "Jack and the Beanstalk" (Prod. CC-L) 1948

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 18 contains photostat models and color sketches for a revised ending of Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial, "Jack and the Beanstalk" (Prod. CC-L).
Box 14P, Folder 6

Coca Cola: "Jack and the Beanstalk" (Prod. CC-L) 1948

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 photostat model sheets (14 items); color pencil sketches (4 items)

Scope and Content Note

Photostat model sheets and color pencil sketches for a revised ending of Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial, "Jack and the Beanstalk" (CC-L)
 

Subseries 19. Coca-Cola: "Lion and the Mouse, The" (Prod. CC-1) 1953

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 19 contains storyboard sketches mounted on black paper, negative photostat copies of storyboard sketches, a continuity script, bar sheets, a holograph score and music sketch for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial, "The Lion and the Mouse" (Prod. CC-1).
Box 11M, Folder 1

Music 1953

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 11M, Folder 10

Music 1953

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 13P, Folder 1

Coca-Cola: "Lion and the Mouse, The" (Prod. CC-1) 1953

Physical Description: 4 x 5 3/4 color storyboards mounted on black paper (21 items); negative photostat copies of storyboards (21 items); continuity script (8 pages)

Scope and Content Note

Original color pencil storyboard sketches w/ shot descriptions mounted on black paper, negative photostat models of storyboard sketches, and a typed continuity script of Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial, "The Lion and the Mouse" (Prod. CC-1).
Box 42M, Folder 8

Music 1953

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets.
 

Subseries 20. Coca-Cola: "Little Big Game Hunter, The" 1953

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 20 contains watercolor sketches with scene descriptions for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial, "The Little Big Game Hunter."
Box 14P, Folder 5

Coca-Cola: "Little Big Game Hunter, The" 1953

Physical Description: 4 x 5 3/4 watercolor sketches mounted on black paper (44 items)

Scope and Content Note

Watercolor sketches with scene descriptions mounted on black paper for Lantz-produced Coca-cola commercial, "The Little Big Game Hunter."
 

Subseries 21. Coca-Cola: "Little Red Riding Hood" (Prod. CC-8) 1953

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 21 contains bar sheets, holograph scores, music sketches, and orchestral parts for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial, "Little Red Riding Hood" (CC-8).
Box 5M, Folder 6

Music 1953

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler music sketch and holograph score for Cue M-31. [Music for CC-8 was a Wheeler arrangement of Chopin material.]
Box 11M, Folder 8

Music 1953

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 11M, Folder 16

Music 1953

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 23M, Folder 11

Music 1953

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 130P, Folder 8

Coca-Cola: "Little Red Riding Hood" (Prod. CC-8) 1953

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets (8 items)

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial, "Little Red Riding Hood" (CC-8).
 

Subseries 22. Coca-Cola: "Mountain Flower, The" (Prod. CC-A) 1948

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 22 contains a photostat title sheet for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial, "The Mountain Flower" (Prod. CC-A).
Box 14P, Folder 9

Coca-Cola: "Mountain Flower, The" (Prod. CC-A) 1948

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 photostat model sheet (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Photostat title sheet for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial, "The Mountain Flower" (Prod. CC-A).
 

Subseries 23. Coca-Cola: "Pancho's Rainbow" (Prod. CC-K) 1948

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 23 contains an original storyboard page for a Lantz-produced South American themed Coca-Cola commercial with Chico, Tico, and Pico entitled "Pancho's Rainbow" (Prod. CC-K).
Box 14P, Folder 10

Coca-Cola: "Pancho's Rainbow" (Prod. CC-K) 1948

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 drawing (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Original storyboard page for a South American themed Coca-Cola commercial starring Chico, Tico, and Pico.
 

Subseries 24. Coca-Cola: "Pirate Treasure" (Prod. CC-C) 1948

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 24 contains watercolor storyboard sketches w/ scene descriptions for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial, "Pirate Treasure" (Prod. CC-C).
Box 14P, Folder 4

Coca-Cola: "Pirate Treasure" (Prod. CC-C) 1948

Physical Description: 4 x 5 3/4 watercolor storyboards mounted on black paper (32 items)

Scope and Content Note

Watercolor storyboard sketches w/ scene descriptions mounted on black paper for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial, "Pirate Treasure" (CC-C).
 

Subseries 25. Coca-Cola: "Symphony Night" (Prod. CC-6) 1953

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 25 contains pencil storyboard sketches, a continuity script, bar sheets, a note on the music, holograph scores and music sketches for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial, "Symphony Night" (Prod. CC-6).
Box 11M, Folder 6

Music 1953

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 11M, Folder 15

Music 1953

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 13P, Folder 7

Coca-Cola: "Symphony Night" (Prod. CC-6) 1953

Physical Description: 4 x 5 3/4 color storyboards mounted on black paper (30 items); continuity script (8 pages); note on music (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Pencil storyboards mounted on black paper, continuity script, and a note on the music for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial, "Symphony Night" (Prod. CC-6).
Box 23M, Folder 9

Music 1953

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 23M, Folder 13

Music 1953

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 130P, Folder 7

Coca-Cola: "Symphony Night" (Prod. CC-6) 1953

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets (6 items)

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial, "Symphony Night" (Prod. CC-6).
 

Subseries 26. Coca-Cola: "Three Little Pigs, The" (Prod. CC-D) 1948

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 26 contains an incomplete storyboard, paintings of the wolf stealing Cokes from the pigs' refrigerator, photostat (b&w reproduction) copy of the title card, and Arabic titles.
Box 12P, Folder 5

Coca-Cola: "The Three Little Pigs" (Prod. CC-D) 1948

Physical Description: 6 1/4 x 7 color pencil storyboard sketches (44 items); 6 x 8 painting mounted on black board (2 items); 9 1/2 x 13 titles (Arabic) (2 items); 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 photostat negative title card (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Incomplete storyboards (first half only), paintings of the Big Bad Wolf stealing Cokes from the Three Little Pigs' refrigerator, a photostat negative title card, and Arabic titles for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial, "The Three Little Pigs" (CC-D).
 

Subseries 27. Coca-Cola: "Tortoise and the Hare, The" (Prod. CC-7) 1953

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 27 contains pencil storyboard sketches mounted on black paper, a continuity script, a note on the music, a holograph score and music sketch for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial, "The Tortoise and the Hare" (Prod. CC-7).
Box 11M, Folder 7

Music 1953

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 13P, Folder 8

Coca-Cola: "Tortoise and the Hare, The" (Prod. CC-7) 1953

Physical Description: 2 3/4 x 3 3/4 pencil sketch storyboards (81 items) mounted on black paper (27 items); 8 1/2 x 11 continuity script (9 pages); music note (1 page)

Scope and Content Note

Original storyboard pencil sketches mounted on black paper, a continuity script, and note on the music for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial, "The Tortoise and the Hare" (Prod. CC-7).
Box 23M, Folder 10

Music 1953

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score, Cue M-19 with music sketch.
Box 130P, Folder 9

Coca-Cola: "Tortoise and the Hare, The" (Prod. CC-7) 1953

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets (7 items)

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial, "The Tortoise and the Hare" (Prod. CC-7).
 

Subseries 28. Coca-Cola: "Wise Little Woodchopper, The" (Prod. CC-E) 1948

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 28 contains negative and positive photostats of a storyboard with shot descriptions, original color sketch of a title card, watercolor drawings, color pencil storyboard sketches mounted on black paper, and orchestral parts for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial "The Wise Little Woodchopper" (Prod. CC-E).
Box 14P, Folder 1

Coca-Cola: "Wise Little Woodchopper, The" (Prod. CC-E) 1948

Physical Description: 7 3/4 x 7 3/4 negative photostat storyboards (42 items); 8 1/2 x 11 positive photostat storyboards (42 items); 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 photostat negative of title card (1 item); color pencil sketch of title card (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Negative and positive photostats of storyboards w/ shot descriptions, photostat negative of main title card, and color pencil sketch of title card mounted on black paper for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial, "The Wise Little Woodchopper" (Prod. CC-E).
Box 14P, Folder 2

Coca-Cola: "Wise Little Woodchopper, The" (Prod. CC-E) 1948

Physical Description: 6 x 8 watercolor drawings w/ shot descriptions mounted on black paper (10 items)

Scope and Content Note

Watercolor drawings w/ shot descriptions mounted on black paper for Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial, "The Wise Little Woodchopper" (Prod. CC-E).
Box 14P, Folder 3

Coca-Cola: "Wise Little Woodchopper, The" (Prod. CC-E) 1948

Physical Description: 4 1/2 x 6 color pencil and watercolor storyboard drawings mounted on black paper w/ scene descriptions (41 items)

Scope and Content Note

Color pencil and watercolor storyboard drawings mounted on black paper w/ scene descriptions.
Box 25M, Folder 6

Music 1948

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts for end title cue, Darrell Calker.
 

Subseries 29. Coca-Cola: 1948 Series (Prod. CC-A-M) 1948

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 29 contains magazine clippings of Coca-Cola ads, cels, bull's eye matte for animated End Logo, line negatives and positives for End Logo, and a graph of a camera truck move prepared by William Garity for End Logo for the 1948 Lantz-produced Coca-Cola commercial series.
Box 12P, Folder 6

Coca-Cola: 1948 Series (Prod. CC-A-M) 1948

Physical Description: clipping [various] (8 items)

Scope and Content Note

Magazine clippings of Coca-Cola ads in various languages for the 1948 commercial series produced by Lantz Productions.
Box 12P, Folder 7

Coca-Cola: 1948 Series (Prod. CC-A-M) 1948

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 bull's eye drawings (10 items); 10 3/4 x 13 3/4 cels (10 items); 10 3/4 x 14 3/4 mattes (6 items)

Scope and Content Note

Cels, bull's eye drawings, matte logos, and graph of a camera truck move prepared by William Garity for End Logo for the 1948 Coca-Cola series produced by Walter Lantz Productions.
 

Subseries 30. Coca-Cola: 1953 Series (Prod. CC-1-8) 1953

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 30 contains business correspondences, script translation of Coca-Cola commercials into different languages, narration and scene break downs for the commercials, and notes on the music for the 1953 Coca-Cola series produced by Walter Lantz Productions. This subseries contains music for the end title cue for the 1953 series.
Box 5M, Folder 5

Music for the end title cue of the 1953 series 1953

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketches.
Box 11M, Folder 9

Music for the end title cue of the 1953 series 1953

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler music sketch and holograph score.
Box 12P, Folder 1

Coca-Cola: 1953 Series (Prod. CC-1-8) 1953

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 correspondences (10 items)

Scope and Content Note

Business correspondences between Walter Lantz Productions and the Coca-Cola Company. Folder contains a Western Union telegram and a hand-written letter by Lantz.
Box 12P, Folder 2

Coca-Cola: 1953 Series (CC-1-8) 1953

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 script translations (7 2-page scripts, 14 pages total)

Scope and Content Note

Script translations of various Coke commercials in French, Italian, Arabic, Afrikaans, Dutch-Flemish, Portuguese, and Spanish for the 1953 commercial series produced by Lantz Productions.
Box 12P, Folder 3

Coca-Cola: 1953 Series (Prod. CC-1-8) 1953

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 continuity scripts w/ narration (33 pages)

Scope and Content Note

Narration and continuity scripts for various Coke commercials in the 1953 series produced by Walter Lantz Productions.
Box 12P, Folder 4

Coca-Cola: 1953 Series (Prod. CC-1-8) 1953

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 13 1/4 notes on cutting continuity and soundtrack (26 pages)

Scope and Content Note

Hand-written notes concerning the soundtrack and cutting continuity for the foreign language commercials in the 1953 Coca-Cola series produced by Walter Lantz Productions.
Box 23M, Folder 8

Music for the end title cue of the 1953 series 1953

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 42M, Folder 3

Music for the end title cue of the 1953 series 1953

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets.
 

Subseries 31. Coca-Cola: Miscellaneous Materials circa 1948

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 31 contains negative storyboard photostats for a Coca-Cola commercial with two mice and a cat. [Possibly from the 1948 series commercial "The Country Mouse" (CC-M) or "Symphony Night" (CC-6)].
Box 13P, Folder 5

Coca-Cola: Miscellaneous Materials circa 1948

Physical Description: 4 3/4 x 6 negative photostat storyboards (8 items); 6 x 6 1/4 negative photostat logos (2 items)

Scope and Content Note

Negative storyboard photostats for a Coca-Cola commercial with two mice and a cat. [Possibly from the 1948 series commercial "The Country Mouse" (CC-M) or "Symphony Night" (CC-6)].
 

Subseries 32. Conoco Gas (Prod. C-112) n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 31 contains pencil drawings of gags for Lantz-produced Conoco Gas commercials.
Box 58P, Folder 22

Conoco Gas (Prod. C-112) n.d.

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 pencil drawings (11 items)

Scope and Content Note

Pencil drawings with narration for Lantz-produced Conoco Gas commercial
 

Subseries 33. Interstate Bakeries: "Bakery Hold-Up" (Prod. W-5) 1958

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 33 contains dialogue continuity and bar sheets for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakery commercial, "Bakery Hold-Up" (Prod. W-5).
Box 10P, Folder 1

Interstate Bakeries: "Bakery Hold-Up" (Prod. W-5) 1958

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 continuity script (7 copies)

Scope and Content Note

Dialogue continuity for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Bakery Hold-Up" (Prod. W-5).
Box 42M, Folder 24

Music 1958

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets.
 

Subseries 34. Interstate Bakeries: "Breadnapping" 1957

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 34 contains dialogue continuity and bar sheets for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Breadnapping."
Box 10P, Folder 2

Interstate Bakeries: "Breadnapping" 1957

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 continuity script (11 copies)

Scope and Content Note

Dialogue continuity for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Breadnapping."
Box 42M, Folder 9

Music 1957

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets.
 

Subseries 35. Interstate Bakeries: "Gun Fighter" (Prod. W-14) 1958

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 35 contains dialogue continuity, bar sheets, and music sketch for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Gun Fighter" (Prod. W-14).
Box 10P, Folder 3

Interstate Bakeries: "Gun Fighter" (W-14) 1958

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 continuity script (7 copies)

Scope and Content Note

Dialogue continuity for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Gun Fighter" (W-14).
Box 33M, Folder 7

Music 1958

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 42M, Folder 21

Music 1958

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets.
 

Subseries 36. Interstate Bakeries: "Hungry Ghost" 1957

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 36 contains dialogue continuity for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Hungry Ghost."
Box 10P, Folder 4

Interstate Bakeries: "Hungry Ghost" 1957

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 continuity script (8 copies)

Scope and Content Note

Dialogue continuity for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Hungry Ghost."
 

Subseries 37. Interstate Bakeries: "Lumberjack" (Prod. W-16) 1958

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 37 contains dialogue continuity and bar sheets for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Lumberjack" (Prod. W-16)
Box 10P, Folder 5

Interstate Bakeries: "Lumberjack" (Prod. W-16) 1958

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 continuity script (2 copies)

Scope and Content Note

Dialogue continuity for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Lumberjack" (Prod. W-16).
Box 42M, Folder 20

Music 1958

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets.
 

Subseries 38. Interstate Bakeries: "Museum and Mummy" (Prod. W-12) 1958

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 38 contains dialogue continuity, bar sheets and a music sketch for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Museum and Mummy" (Prod. W-12).
Box 10P, Folder 6

Interstate Bakeries: "Museum and Mummy" (Prod. W-12) 1958

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 continuity script (4 copies)

Scope and Content Note

Dialogue continuity for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Museum and Mummy" (Prod. W-12).
Box 33M, Folder 7

Music 1958

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler sketch.
Box 42M, Folder 22

Music 1958

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets.
 

Subseries 39. Interstate Bakeries: "Pay the Penalty" (Prod. W-3) 1958

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 39 contains dialogue continuity and bar sheets for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Pay the Penalty" (Prod. W-3).
Box 10P, Folder 7

Interstate Bakeries: "Pay the Penalty" (Prod. W-3) 1958

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 continuity script (4 copies)

Note

Dialogue continuity for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Pay the Penalty" (Prod. W-3).
Box 42M, Folder 18

Music 1958

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets.
 

Subseries 40. Interstate Bakeries: "Riveter, The" 1957

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 40 contains dialogue continuity and bar sheets for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "The Riveter."
Box 10P, Folder 8

Dialogue continuity 1957

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 continuity script (9 copies)

Scope and Content Note

Dialogue continuity for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Riveter."
Box 42M, Folder 10

Music 1957

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets.
 

Subseries 41. Interstate Bakeries: "Sleeping Beauty" (Prod. W-20) 1958

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 41 contains dialogue continuity, the master dialogue, and bar sheets for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Sleeping Beauty" (Prod. W-20).
Box 10P, Folder 9

Interstate Bakeries: "Sleeping Beauty" (Prod. W-20) 1958

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 continuity script (3 copies), master dialogue sheet (1 copy)

Scope and Content Note

Dialogue continuity and the master dialogue for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Sleeping Beauty" (Prod. W-20)
Box 42M, Folder 15

Music 1958

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets.
 

Subseries 42. Interstate Bakeries: "Studio Scene" 1957

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 42 contains dialogue continuity for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Studio Scene."
Box 10P, Folder 10

Interstate Bakeries: "Studio Scene" 1957

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 continuity script (7 copies)

Scope and Content Note

Dialogue continuity for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Studio Scene."
 

Subseries 43. Interstate Bakeries: "Three Bears" (Prod. W-18) 1958

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 43 contains dialogue continuity and bar sheets for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Three Bears" (Prod. W-18).
Box 10P, Folder 12

Interstate Bakeries: "Three Bears" (Prod. W-18) 1958

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 continuity script (4 copies)

Scope and Content Note

Dialogue continuity for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Three Bears" (Prod. W-18).
Box 42M, Folder 16

Music 1958

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets.
 

Subseries 44. Interstate Bakeries: "Train Tunnel Chase" (Prod. W-15) 1958

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 44 contains dialogue continuity and bar sheets for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Train Tunnel Chase" (Prod. W-15).
Box 10P, Folder 13

Interstate Bakeries: "Train Tunnel Chase" (Prod. W-15) 1958

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 continuity script (3 copies)

Scope and Content Note

Dialogue continuity for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Train Tunnel Chase" (Prod. W-15).
Box 42M, Folder 25

Music 1958

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets.
 

Subseries 45. Interstate Bakeries: "TV Commercial" (Prod. W-17) 1958

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 45 contains dialogue continuity and bar sheets for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "TV Commercial" (Prod. W-17).
Box 10P, Folder 11

Interstate Bakeries: "TV Commercial" (Prod. W-17) 1958

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 continuity script (4 copies)

Scope and Content Note

Dialogue continuity for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "TV Commercial" (Prod. W-17).
Box 42M, Folder 13

Music 1958

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets.
 

Subseries 46. Interstate Bakeries: "Woodpecker Song" 1958

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 46 contains dialogue continuity and sheet music for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Woodpecker Song."
Box 10P, Folder 20

Interstate Bakeries: "Woodpecker Song" 1958

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 continuity script (11 copies)

Scope and Content Note

Dialogue continuity for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Woodpecker Song."
Box 53P, Folder 8

Interstate Bakeries: "Woodpecker Song" 1958

Physical Description: 9 1/2 x 13 sheet music (8 pages, 3 items)

Scope and Content Note

Sheet music for the "Woody Woodpecker Song" with altered promotional lyrics (2 copies) and sheet music for the song, "Sugar, Eggs, Bread" (1 copy).
 

Subseries 47. Interstate Bakeries: "Woody and Conscience" (Prod. W-4) 1958

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 47 contains dialogue continuity and bar sheets for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Woody and Conscience" (Prod. W-4).
Box 10P, Folder 14

Interstate Bakeries: "Woody and Conscience" (Prod. W-4) 1958

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 continuity script (4 copies)

Scope and Content Note

Dialogue continuity for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Woody and Conscience" (Prod. W-4).
Box 42M, Folder 23

Music 1958

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets.
 

Subseries 48. Interstate Bakeries: "Woody and Grandma" (Prod. W-2) 1958

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 48 contains dialogue continuity and bar sheets for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Woody and Grandma" (Prod. W-2).
Box 10P, Folder 15

Interstate Bakeries: "Woody and Grandma" (Prod. W-2) 1958

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 continuity script (8 copies)

Scope and Content Note

Dialogue continuity for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Woody and Grandma" (Prod. W-2).
Box 42M, Folder 26

Music 1958

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets.
 

Subseries 49. Interstate Bakeries: "Woody and Hunter" (Prod. W-13) 1958

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 49 contains dialogue continuity and bar sheets for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Woody and Hunter" (Prod. W-13).
Box 10P, Folder 16

Interstate Bakeries: "Woody and Hunter" (Prod. W-13) 1958

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 continuity script (7 copies)

Scope and Content Note

Dialogue continuity for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Woody and Hunter" (Prod. W-13).
Box 42M, Folder 17

Music 1958

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets.
 

Subseries 50. Interstate Bakeries: "Woody and Snow Rescue" (Prod. W-1) 1958

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 50 contains dialogue continuity, the master dialogue sheet, and bar sheets for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial,"Woody and Snow Rescue" (Prod. W-1).
Box 10P, Folder 17

Interstate Bakeries: "Woody and Snow Rescue" (Prod. W-1) 1958

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 continuity script (8 copies)

Scope and Content Note

Dialogue continuity and master dialogue sheet for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial,"Woody and Snow Rescue" (Prod. W-1).
Box 42M, Folder 11

Music 1958

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets.
 

Subseries 51. Interstate Bakeries: "Woody and the Pirates" (Prod. W-11) 1958

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 51 contains dialogue continuity, the master dialogue sheet, and bar sheets for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Woody and the Pirates" (Prod. W-11).
Box 10P, Folder 18

Interstate Bakeries: "Woody and the Pirates" (Prod. W-11) 1958

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 continuity script (6 copies)

Scope and Content Note

Dialogue continuity and the master dialogue sheet for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial, "Woody and the Pirates" (Prod. W-11).
Box 42M, Folder 19

Music 1958

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets.
 

Subseries 52. Interstate Bakeries: "Woody and Toaster" (Prod. W-19) 1958

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 52 contains dialogue continuity and bar sheets for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial,"Woody and Toaster" (Prod. W-19).
Box 10P, Folder 19

Interstate Bakeries: "Woody and Toaster" (Prod. W-19) 1958

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 continuity script (4 copies)

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 52 contains dialogue continuity for Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercial,"Woody and Toaster" (Prod. W-19).
Box 42M, Folder 14

Music 1958

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets.
 

Subseries 53. Interstate Bakeries: General Materials (Prod. W-1-20) 1958

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 53 contains general materials for a series of Lantz-produced Interstate Bakeries commercials. Included among the materials are: production memos, bound scripts, color pencil drawings, production stills, dialogue continuities, print ads for Weber's Bread, photostat storyboards, poster advertisements, bar sheets, holograph scores, and music sketches.
Box 8M, Folder 9

Music 1957

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler sketches and holograph score (arrangement of "The Woody Woodpecker Song). 1957.
Box 10P, Folder 21

Interstate Bakeries: General Materials (Prod. W-1-20) 1958

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 production lists (10 items); memorandum (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Commercial production lists and cutting department memorandum.
Box 10P, Folder 22

Interstate Bakeries: General Materials (Prod. W-1-20) 1958

Physical Description: bound scripts (81 items)

Scope and Content Note

Bound scripts for a number of Interstate Bakeries commercials.
Box 42P, Folder 12

Music 1957

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets. 1957.
Box 53P, Folder 1

Interstate Bakeries: General Materials (Prod. W-1-20) 1958

Physical Description: 4 1/2 x 7 3/4 storyboards w/dialogue (11 items)

Scope and Content Note

Color pencil storyboard sketches w/ shot descriptions and dialogue for 11 different Weber's bread commercials featuring Woody Woodpecker.
Box 53P, Folder 2

Interstate Bakeries: General Materials (Prod. W-1-20) 1958

Physical Description: 6 1/4 x 9 1/2 still photos (4 items)

Scope and Content Note

Still photographs of Mrs. Karl's Fine Bread.
Box 53P, Folder 3

Interstate Bakeries: General Materials (Prod. W-1-20) 1958

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 script (12 items)

Scope and Content Note

Scripts for a series of 12 commercials for Weber's Bread produced by Walter Lantz Productions. Titles include: "The Lady Sheriff," "Little Blue Ginghamhood," "The Magician's Master," "Lost and Found," "The Indian Scout," "The Great Bank Robbery," "Home on the Range," "The Story of Dangerous Sam Belew,""The Capture of Six Gun Pete," "Weber Bread Rush," "The Buried Treasure," and "The Baffled Bird Dog."
Box 53P, Folder 4

Interstate Bakeries: General Materials 1958

Physical Description: 8 x 10 1/2 carbon copies (2 items); 8 1/2 x 13 1/4 hand-written notes (2 items)

Scope and Content Note

Production schedule for Interstate Bakeries commercial series and hand-written notes regarding the Weber's Bread commercials starring Woody Woodpecker.
Box 53P, Folder 5

Interstate Bakeries: General Materials (Prod. W-1-20) 1958

Physical Description: print ads [various] (8 items)

Scope and Content Note

Print ads for Weber's Bread commercials featuring Woody Woodpecker.
Box 53P, Folder 6

Interstate Bakeries: General Materials (Prod. W-1-20) 1958

Physical Description: 11 x 14 photostat storyboards w/ dialogue (30 copies--63 items)

Scope and Content Note

Positive photostat copies of storyboards w/ dialogue for 30 different Weber's Bread commercials featuring Woody Woodpecker.
Box 53P, Folder 7

Interstate Bakeries: General Materials (Prod. W-1-20) 1958

Physical Description: 11 x 14 negative photostat storyboards w/ dialogue (16 items)

Scope and Content Note

Negative photostat copies of storyboards with dialogue for Weber's Bread commercials featuring Woody Woodpecker.
Box 53P, Folder 9

Interstate Bakeries: General Materials (Prod. W-1-20) 1958

Physical Description: 10 x 14 carbon copies of footage notes (26 copies--64 items)

Scope and Content Note

Carbon copies of footage notes for Weber's Bread commercials featuring Woody Woodpecker.
Box 130P, Folder 14

Interstate Bakeries: General Materials (Prod. W-1-20) 1958

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 advertisement (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Poster advertisement for Blue Seal Bread.
 

Subseries 54. Ipana Toothpaste: "Boy Meets Dog" 1938

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 54 contains model sheets of gnomes and a photostat (b&w reproduction) model sheet of the Reg'lar Fellers for Lantz-produced Ipana Toothpaste commercial, "Boy Meets Dog."
Box 137P, Folder 20

Ipana Toothpaste: "Boy Meets Dog" 1938

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 model sheets (14 item)

Scope and Content Note

Model sheets of gnomes for Lantz-produced Ipana Toothpaste commercial, "Boy Meets Dog."
Box 148P, Folder 19

Ipana Toothpaste: "Boy Meets Dog" 1938

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 photostat model sheet (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Photostat model sheet of the Reg'lar Fellers.
 

Subseries 55. Jungle Medics, The (Prod. SS-1) 1960

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 55 contains pencil character sketches, storyboard drawings, and story suggestions for the pilot of an animation series titled, "The Jungle Medics." It was released theatrically in 1960. Various production materials still exist (see Series 1 LANTZ PRODUCTIONS, Subseries 202--THE JUNGLE MEDICS and Series 4 CHARACTER SKETCHES, Subseries 58--MONKEYS AND APES for additional materials).
Box 147P, Folder 35

Jungle Medics, The (Prod. SS-10 1960

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 pencil sketches (10 items), storyboard drawings (3 items); story notes (3 items)

Scope and Content Note

Pencil character sketches, storyboard drawings, and story notes for Lantz-produced TV pilot, "The Jungle Medics."
 

Subseries 56. Kellogg's: "Across the Street" 1966

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 56 contains a continuity footage sheet and music bar chart for Lantz-produced Kellogg's commercial, "Across the Street."
Box 1P, Folder 7

Kellogg's: "Across the Street" 1966

Physical Description: 10 x 14 continuity card (1 item); 12 x 15 music bar chart (4 items)

Scope and Content Note

Continuity footage card and music bar sheets for Lantz-produced Kellogg's commercial, "Across the Street."
 

Subseries 57. Kellogg's: "Bear Hunt" (Prod. K-426) n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 57 contains pencil storyboard sketches with dialogue and a footage sheet, a holograph score and music sketches for Kellogg's Rice Krispies commercial, "Bear Hunt" (Prod. K-426), featuring Woody Woodpecker.
Box 1P, Folder 16

Kellogg's: "Bear Hunt" (K-426) n.d.

Physical Description: 15 1/4 x 18 1/2 pencil storyboards (5 items)

Scope and Content Note

Pencil storyboards w/ dialogue for Kellogg's Rice Krispies commercial, "Bear Hunt," featuring Woody Woodpecker.
Box 1P, Folder 19

Kellogg's: "Bear Hunt" (K-426) n.d.

Physical Description: 10 x 14 continuity card (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Continuity sheet with scene/footage information for Lantz-produced Kellogg's commercial, "Bear Hunt," featuring Woody Woodpecker.
Box 9M, Folder 10

Music 1958

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 29M, Folder 10

Music 1958

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 29M, Folder 15

Music 1958

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
 

Subseries 58. Kellogg's: "Billy and the Kid" 1959

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 58 contains a story synopsis and model sheets for Lantz-produced Kellogg's commercial, "Billy and the Kid."
Box 93P, Folder 3

Kellogg's: "Billy and the Kid" 1959

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 synopsis (3 items); 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 model sheets (8 items)

Scope and Content Note

Synopsis for a proposed series of Kellogg's commercials about Billy the Kid and model sheets of the main characters including, Billy, his son (the Kid), and Choo-Cho the Burro.
 

Subseries 59. Kellogg's: "Earthquake" (Prod. RK-2268) 1964

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 59 contains a photocopy of a photostat (b&w reproduction) storyboard with dialogue for a Lantz-produced Kellogg's Rice Krispies commercial, "Earthquake" (Prod. RK-2268), featuring Woody Woodpecker.
Box 1P, Folder 18

Kellogg's: "Earthquake" (Prod. RK-2268) 1964

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 photocopied storyboards (4 items)

Scope and Content Note

Photocopied photostat storyboards for Kellogg's Rice Krispies commercial, "Earthquake," featuring Woody Woodpecker.
Box 36P

Kellogg's: "Earthquake" (Prod. RK-2268) 1964

Physical Description: 10 x 14 story continuity sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage continuity sheets for Lantz-produced Kellogg's Rice Krispies commercial, "Earthquake" (Prod. RK-2268).
 

Subseries 60. Kellogg's: "Football Star" (Prod. K-425) 1958

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 60 contains pencil storyboards, scene/footage sheets, a holograph score and music sketch for Kellogg's Rice Krispies commercial, "Football Star," featuring Woody Woodpecker alongside Snap, Krackle, and Pop.
Box 1P, Folder 8

Kellogg's: "Football Star" n.d.

Physical Description: 15 1/4 x 18 1/2 pencil storyboards (4 items)

Scope and Content Note

Storyboard pencil sketches with dialogue for Lantz-produced Kellogg's Rice Krispies commercial, "Football Star."
Box 1P, Folder 21

Kellogg's: "Football Star" n.d.

Physical Description: 10 x 14 carbon copies of continuity cards (8 items)

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage continuity sheets for Lantz-produced Kellogg's Rice Krispies commercial, "Football Star."
Box 9M, Folder 11

Music 1958

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
Box 29M, Folder 11

Music 1958

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 29M, Folder 14

Music 1958

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
 

Subseries 61. Kellogg's: "Maestro" 1965

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 61 contains a photocopied photostat storyboards with dialogue for Lantz-produced Kellogg's Rice Krispies commercial, "Maestro," featuring Woody Woodpecker and Buzz Buzzard.
Box 1P, Folder 2

Kellogg's: "Maestro" 1965

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 photocopied storyboards (2 items)

Scope and Content Note

Photocopied photostat storyboards with dialogue for Lantz-produced Kellogg's Rice Krispies commercial, "Maestro," featuring Buzz Buzzard and Woody Woodpecker.
 

Subseries 62. Kellogg's: "Magic" 1965

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 62 contains pencil drawings of Snap, Crackle and Pop, Woody Woodpecker, and Buzz Buzzard for Lantz-produced Rice Krispies commercial, "Magic."
Box 1P, Folder 11

Kellogg's: "Magic" 1965

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 drawing (17 items)

Scope and Content Note

Pencil sketches of Snap, Crackle and Pop, Woody Woodpecker and Buzz Buzzard for Lantz-produced Rice Krispies commercial, "Magic."
Box 1P, Folder 14

Kellogg's: "Magic" 1965

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 photocopied storyboards (4 items)

Scope and Content Note

Photocopied photostat storyboards with dialogue for Lantz-produced Kellogg's Rice Krispie commercial, "Magic."
 

Subseries 63. Kellogg's: "Supermarket" (Prod. K-507) 1958

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 63 contains dialogue sheets and a music sketch for Lantz-produced Kellogg's Rice Krispies commercial, "Supermarket."
Box 1P, Folder 3

Kellogg's: "Supermarket" 1958

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 dialogue sheets (2 copies--7 pages total)

Scope and Content Note

Dialogue sheets for Lantz-produced Kellogg's Rice Krispies commercial, "Supermarket."
Box 29M, Folder 7

Music 1958

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
 

Subseries 64. Kellogg's: "Switcheroo" (Prod. RK-2269) 1964

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 64 contains photocopied photostat storyboards and scene/footage sheets for Lantz-produced Kellogg's Rice Krispie commercial, "Switcheroo."
Box 1P, Folder 17

Kellogg's: "Switcheroo" (Prod. RK-2269) 1964

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 photocopied storyboards (3 items)

Scope and Content Note

Photocopied photostat storyboards with dialogue featuring Woody Woodpecker and Buzz Buzzard for Lantz-produced Kellogg's Rice Krispie commercial, "Switcheroo."
Box 36P

Kellogg's: "Switcheroo" (Prod. RK-2269) 1964

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for Lantz-produced Kellogg's Rice Krispies commercial, "Switcheroo."
 

Subseries 65. Kellogg's: "Vacation" (Prod. RK-2270) 1964

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 65 contains photocopied photostat storyboards with dialogue and scene/footage sheets for Lantz-produced Kellogg's Rice Krispies commercial, "Vacation" (Prod. RK-2270) featuring Woody Woodpecker.
Box 1P, Folder 13

Kellogg's: "Switcheroo" (Prod. RK-2270) 1964

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 photocopied storyboards (3 copies--9 pages total)

Scope and Content Note

Photocopied photostat storyboards with dialogue for Lantz-produced Kellogg's Rice Krispies commercial, "Vacation" featuring Woody Woodpecker.
Box 36P

Kellogg's: "Vacation" (Prod. RK-2270) 1964

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for Lantz-produced Kellogg's Rice Krispies commercial, "Vacation" featuring Woody Woodpecker.
 

Subseries 66. Kellogg's: "Woody & Moose" (Prod. K-508) 1958

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 66 contains script dialogue and shot descriptions with audio cues and music sketches for Lantz-produced Rice Krispies commercial, "Woody &amp; Moose."
Box 1P, Folder 15

Kellogg's: "Woody & Moose" 1958

Physical Description: 10 x 14 dialogue sheets (2 copies--4 pages total); shot/audio continuity (3 pages)

Scope and Content Note

Dialogue sheets and shot/audio continuity for Lantz-produced Kellogg's Rice Krispies commercial, "Woody & Moose."
Box 29M, Folder 6

Music 1958

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
 

Subseries 67. Kellogg's: "Woody on Safari" (Prod. RK-764) 1958

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 67 contains scene/footage sheets and a music sketch for Kellogg's Rice Krispie commercial, "Woody on Safari" (Prod. RK-764).
Box 29M, Folder 17

Music n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 36P

Kellogg's" "Woody on Safari" (Prod. RK-764) 1958

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for Lantz-produced Kellogg's Rice Krispies commercial, "Woody on Safari."
 

Subseries 68. Kellogg's: "Woody Wakes Up" n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 68 contains scene/footage sheets for Lantz-produced Kellogg's Rice Krispies commercial, "Woody Wakes Up," featuring Woody Woodpecker.
Box 1P, Folder 20

Kellogg's: "Woody Wakes Up" n.d.

Physical Description: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets (1 original, 7 carbon copies)

Scope and Content Note

Original and carbon copies of scene/footage sheets for Lantz-produced Kellogg's Rice Krispies commercial, "Woody Wakes Up."
 

Subseries 69. Kellogg's: "Woody's Cartune Show Time" 1959

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 69 contains scripts, pencil storyboard sketches, promotional stills, photostat storyboards, theme song record, etc. for Kellogg's sponsored Lantz-TV production, "Woody's Cartune Show Time."
Box 1P, Folder 5

Kellogg's: "Woody's Cartune Show Time" 1959

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 13 1/4 handwritten script (14 pages)

Scope and Content Note

Handwritten script titled "New TV Show" by Walter Lantz, dated October 21, 1959.
Box 48P, Folder 11

Kellogg's: "Woody's Cartune Show Time" 1959

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 script (10 copies, 12 items each)

Scope and Content Note

Scripts for live-action bridges in which Walter Lantz describes how animated films are produced.
Box 58P, Folder 14

Kellogg's: "Woody's Cartune Show Time" 1959

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 carbon copies of storyboards (14 items)

Scope and Content Note

Carbon copies of storyboards featuring Walter Lantz teaching the audience how to draw live action/animation with Woody Woodpecker.
Box 58P, Folder 15

Kellogg's: "Woody's Cartune Show Time" 1959

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 carbon copies of storyboards (4 items)

Scope and Content Note

Carbon copies of storyboards featuring Walter Lantz teaching the audience to draw animated Woody Woodpecker hands with Woody himself.
Box 58P, Folder 16

Kellogg's: "Woody's Cartune Show Time" 1959

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 carbon copies of storyboards (14 items)

Scope and Content Note

Carbon copies of storyboards featuring Walter Lantz teaching the auience how to draw live action/animation with Woody Woodpecker.
Box 58P, Folder 17

Kellogg's: "Woody's Cartune Show Time" 1959

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 carbon copies of storyboards (7 items)

Scope and Content Note

Carbon copies of storyboards featuring Walter Lantz teaching the audience how to draw clothes for animated character with Woody Woodpecker.
Box 58P, Folder 18

Kellogg's: "Woody's Cartune Show Time" 1959

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 carbon copies of storyboards (12 items); handwrittten script notes (9 pages)

Scope and Content Note

Carbon copies of storyboards featuring Walter Lantz teaching the audience to draw live action/animation with Woody Woodpecker. Handwritten script notes by Lantz.
Box 58P, Folder 19

Kellogg's: "Woody's Cartune Show Time" 1961

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 carbon copies of storyboards (7 items); 8 1/2 x 13 1/4 handwrittten script notes w/ drawings (6 pages)

Scope and Content Note

Carbon copies of storyboards of featuring Walter Lantz teaching the audience to draw live action/animation with Woody Woodpecker. Handwritten script notes and drawings by Lantz.
Box 67P, Folder 9

Kellogg's: "Woody's Cartune Show Time" 1959

Physical Description: pencil storyboard sketches (212 items)

Scope and Content Note

Pencil storyboard sketches from Woody's Cartune Show Time featuring a dance sequence (122 items) and live action/animation sequences featuring Walter Lantz with Woody and Chilly Willy.
Box 73P, Folder 12

Kellogg's: "Woody's Cartune Show Time" 1959

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 xeroxed storyboards (20 items)

Scope and Content Note

Xeroxed storyboard for "Woody's Cartune Show Time" featuring Walter Lantz in live action/animation sequences with Woody Woodpecker.
Box 78P, Folder 1

Kellogg's: "Woody's Cartune Show Time" 1959

Physical Description: still negatives (200 items)

Scope and Content Note

Promotional still negatives from the live-action segments of Woody's Cartune Show Time featuring Walter Lantz.
Box 122P

Kellogg's: "Woody's Cartune Show Time" 1959

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 storyboard sheets (32 items)

Scope and Content Note

Storyboard sheets for the promotional TV spots for "Woody's Cartune Show Time."
Box 140P, Folder 5

Kellogg's: "Woody's Cartune Show Time" 1959

Physical Description: record (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Record of theme song for "Woody's Cartune Show Time."
 

Subseries 70. Kellogg's: General Materials various [1950-1962]

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 70 contains magazine clippings, model sheet reproductions, layout drawings, duplicate photostat storyboards, bar sheets with production notes, music sketches, and holograph scores for various Kellogg's commercials produced by Walter Lantz Productions.
Box 1P, Folder 4

Kellogg's: General Materials circa 1941

Physical Description: clippings [various] (14 items)

Scope and Content Note

Magazine cliipings of early Snap, Crackle, and Pop drawings circa 1941 by Vernon Grant.
Box 1P, Folder 10

Kellogg's: General Materials circa 1950s

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 carbon copy model sheets (19 items)

Scope and Content Note

Carbon copy model sheets for Snap, Crackle and Pop and Tony the Tiger.
Box 8M, Folder 1

Music--Kellogg's General Materials n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Clarence wheeler music sketches for miscellaneous Kellogg's Cornflakes commercials. LKC(?)
Box 9M, Folder 12

Music--Kellogg's General Materials n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler sketch arrangements of "Snap Crackle Pop" song and holograph score for main and end titles of Rice Krispies commercials.
Box 23M, Folder 6

Music for "Kellogg's: Woody the Construction Worker" #875 RK60 n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Eugene Poddany holograph score.
Box 23M, Folder 7

Music for Kellogg's: Title Unknown n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Eugene Poddany holograph score.
Box 29M, Folder 12

Music for "Kellogg's: Bugle Boy" (Prod. #LK C6 S1) 1958

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 29M, Folder 16

Music--Kellogg's General Materials n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch. (RK?)
Box 33M, Folder 6

Music for Kellogg's: Title Unknown n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Eugene Poddany music sketch.
Box 33M, Folder 8

Music for "Kellogg's: Woody the Construction Worker" #875 RK60 n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Detail sheets with Eugene Poddany music sketch.
Box 96P, Folder 8

Kellogg's: General Materials circa 1950s

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 photostat storyboards

Scope and Content Note

Duplicate photostat storyboards for for Lantz-produced Kellogg's commercials.
Box 96P, Folder 35

Kellogg's: General Materials circa 1950s

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 layout drawings (24 items)

Scope and Content Note

Layout drawings for Rice Krispies commercials.
Box 129P

Kellogg's: General Materials circa 1950s

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets (40 items)

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets and production notes for Kellogg's Rice Krispies commercials with Woody Woodpecker.
 

Subseries 71. Kellogg's: Promotional Materials various [1950-1962]

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 71 contains promotional materials including, stills, color posters, b&w photographs, promotional cereal boxes, etc. for Kellogg's commercials produced by Walter Lantz productions.
Box 1P, Folder 1

Kellogg's: Promotional Materials various [1950-1960]

Physical Description: 8 x 10 stills (13 items); 1 negative; 11 x 14 still (2 items)

Scope and Content Note

Promotional stills and a negative of Rice Krispies cereal and Snap, Crackle and Pop.
Box 1P, Folder 6

Kellogg's: Promotional Materials circa 1958

Physical Description: 20 x 36 color poster (1 item); 15 1/4 x 20 1/2 color poster; 6 1/2 x 9 stills (3 items)

Scope and Content Note

Large full-color posters circa 1958 featuring Woody Woodpecker promoting Kellogg's cereals, photostats, and a contest entry form.
Box 1P, Folder 9

Kellogg's: Promotional Materials various [1950-1955]

Physical Description: b&w stills [various]

Scope and Content Note

b&w copies and photographs of promotional items for Kellogg's Corn Flakes.
Box 1P, Folder 12

Kellogg's: Promotional Materials various [1950-1960]

Physical Description: cereal boxes; clippings (67 items)

Scope and Content Note

Promotional cereal boxes, advertisements and publicity for Kellogg's products.
Box 66P, Folder 24

Kellogg's: Promotional Materials various [1950-1960]

Physical Description: 7 3/4 x 10 3/4 cereal boxes (5 items)

Scope and Content Note

Kellogg's Raisin Bran and Rice Krispies cereal boxes with designs featuring Woody Woodpecker.
Box 80P, Folder 10

Kellogg's: Promotional Materials various [1950-1955]

Physical Description: 10 3/4 x 12 drawing w/ cels (3 items)

Scope and Content Note

Original artwork for Woody Woodpecker's Family Album (1 item) and a Kellogg's Corn Flakes ad featuring Andy Panda, Oswald Rabbit, Wally Walrus, and Woody Woodpecker.
Box 96P, Folder 36

Kellogg's: Promotional Materials various [1950-1955]

Physical Description: 7 3/4 x 10 3/4 cereal boxes (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Kellogg's cereal box with ad for the Woody Woodpecker fan club.
Box 147P, Folder 46

Kellogg's: Promotional Materials 1960

Physical Description: 8 3/4 x 12 1/4 cereal box (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Kellogg's Raisin Bran cereal box with a Woody Woodpecker comic strip on back.
 

Subseries 72. Kit 'n Kaboodle Show, The (Unproduced) n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 72 contains show concept synopsis, scripts, sketches, color paintings, and layout drawings for the unproduced television program, "The Kit 'n Kaboodle Show."
Box 73P, Folder 34

Kit 'n Kaboodle Show, The (Unproduced) n.d.

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 concept synopsis (3 pages); 2 scripts (3 copies--54 pages total)

Scope and Content Note

Show concept synopsis (3 pages), as well as scripts for two episodes titles "Have Fun, We'll Travel" (2 copies--22 pages each) and "Jungle Bungel" (10 pages).
Box 86P, Folder 2

Kit 'n Kaboodle Show, The (Unproduced) n.d.

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 pencil sketches (51 items); color painting (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Pencil sketches and a color painting of Kit 'n Kaboodle.
Box 86P, Folder 3

Kit 'n Kaboodle Show, The (Unproduced) n.d.

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 story sketches (28 items)

Scope and Content Note

Story sketches for the unproduced television program, "The Kit 'n Kaboodle Show."
Box 86P, Folder 4

Kit 'n Kaboodle Show, The (Unproduced) n.d.

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 story sketches, gag sketches, layout drawings (133 items)

Scope and Content Note

Story sketches, gag sketches, and layout drawings for the unproduced television program, "The Kit 'n Kaboodle Show."
 

Subseries 73. Spook-A-Nanny (Prod. TC-3) 1964

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 73 contains scene/footage sheets, promotional stills, script, sheet music, photostat storyboard, holograph score, orchestral parts, and annotated bar sheets for Lantz-produced Halloween television show, "Spook-A-Nanny" (Prod. TC-3).
Box 36P

Spook-A-Nanny (Prod. TC-3) 1964

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Scene/footage sheets for Lantz-produced Halloween special, "Spook-A-Nanny" (Prod. TC-3).
Box 73P, Folder 16

Spook-A-Nanny (Prod. TC-3) 1964

Physical Description: 8 x 10 stills (5 items) w/ negatives (8 items)

Scope and Content Note

Promotional stills with negatives of Woody Woodpecker and Chilly Willy in Lantz-produced television special, "Spook-A-Nanny" (TC-3).
Box 76P, Folder 1

Spook-A-Nanny (Prod. TC-3) 1964

Physical Description: 10 x 11 1/4 promotional packet

Scope and Content Note

Promotional packet sent to TV stations for the Woody Woodpecker Show Halloween Special, "Spook-A-Nanny." Packet contains promotional tie-ins and a script for broadcast.
Box 76P, Folder 2

Spook-A-Nanny (Prod. TC-3) 1964

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 script (2 items)

Scope and Content Note

Television trailer script for promoting "Spook-A-Nanny" on local TV stations.
Box 76P, Folder 11

Spook-A-Nanny (Prod. TC-3) 1964

Physical Description: 9 3/4 x 12 3/4 sheet music (19 items); (10 x 11) photostat storyboard sequence (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Sheet music for "Spook-A-Nanny" by Walter Green and Judy Zahler and a photostat storyboard sequence illustrating the on-screen action matching the song.
Box 80M, Folder 6

Music 1964

Scope and Content Note

Walter Greene holograph score and orchestral parts.
Box 84M, Folder 4

Music 1964

Scope and Content Note

Walter Greene music sketch and annotated sheet music for end of show.
Box 92M, Folder 9

Music 1964

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets with Walter Greene annotation on back of forms.
Box 130P, Folder 12

Spook-A-Nanny (Prod. TC-3) 1964

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 photostat storyboards (5 items)

Scope and Content Note

Photostat storyboards for Lantz-produced Halloween Special, "Spook-A-Nanny" (TC-3).
 

Subseries 74. Story of Joseph, The (Unproduced) n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 74 contains a synopsis, scene notes, and storyboard sketches for an unproduced television program, "The Story of Joseph."
Box 77P, Folder 10

"Story of Joseph, The" (Unproduced) n.d.

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 synopsis (4 items); scene notes (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Story synopsis and scene notes for the unproduced television program, "The Story of Joseph."
Box 77P, Folder 11

"Story of Joseph, The" (Unproduced) n.d.

Physical Description: 4 x 5 3/4 storyboard sketches (118 items)

Scope and Content Note

Pencil storyboard sketches with notes for the unproduced TV program, "The Story of Joseph."
 

Subseries 75. United Way Campaign Spot 1962

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 75 contains pencil storyboard sketches with dialogue and promotional materials for a United Way commercial produced by Walter Lantz Productions, featuring Woody Woodpecker.
Box 66P, Folder 26

United Way Campaign Spot 1962

Physical Description: 5 x 7 b&w photograph (1 item); pencil storyboard sketches mounted on black paper and bound (12 items); 7 1/2 x 10 comic strip (4 pages)

Scope and Content Note

Pencil storyboard sketches with dialogue mounted on black paper and bound in folder for a United Way commercial featuring Woody Woodpecker and Wally Walrus, a still photograph of Woody Woodpecker encouraging pledge support, and a comic strip featuring Woody and Winnie Woodpecker.
 

Subseries 76. Woody Woodpecker Show, The 1976

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 76 contains credit cels and backround elements, script materials, color news releases, storyboards, photostat storyboards, a holograph score, a music sketch, a copy of MCA Animation List for Lantz-produced television program, "The Woody Woodpecker Show."
Box 20P, Folder 5

Woody Woodpecker Show, The 1976

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 cels (19 items)

Scope and Content Note

Credit cels and background element for the 1976 incarnation of "The Woody Woodpecker Show."
Box 42P, Folder 1

Woody Woodpecker Show, The 1976

Physical Description: script materials

Scope and Content Note

Script materials for episode #44 of "The Woody Woodpecker Show."
Box 42P, Folder 2

Woody Woodpecker Show, The 1976

Physical Description: script materials

Scope and Content Note

Script materials for episode #45 of "The Woody Woodpecker Show."
Box 42P, Folder 3

Woody Woodpecker Show, The 1976

Physical Description: script materials

Scope and Content Note

Script materials for episode #46 of "The Woody Woodpecker Show."
Box 42P, Folder 4

Woody Woodpecker Show, The 1976

Physical Description: script materials

Scope and Content Note

Script materials for episode #47 of "The Woody Woodpecker Show."
Box 42P, Folder 5

Woody Woodpecker Show, The 1976

Physical Description: script materials

Scope and Content Note

Script materials for episode #48 of "The Woody Woodpecker Show."
Box 42P, Folder 6

Woody Woodpecker Show, The 1976

Physical Description: script materials

Scope and Content Note

Script materials for episode #49 of "The Woody Woodpecker Show."
Box 42P, Folder 7

Woody Woodpecker Show, The 1976

Physical Description: script materials

Scope and Content Note

Script materials for episode #50 of "The Woody Woodpecker Show." File also contains materials for the Halloween "Spook-A-Nanny" segment.
Box 42P, Folder 8

Woody Woodpecker Show, The 1976

Physical Description: script materials

Scope and Content Note

Script materials for episode #51 of "The Woody Woodpecker Show."
Box 42P, Folder 9

Woody Woodpecker Show, The 1976

Physical Description: script materials

Scope and Content Note

Script materials for episode #52 of "The Woody Woodpecker Show."
Box 76P, Folder 18

Woody Woodpecker Show, The 1976

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 color news release (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Color news release announcing the broadcast start of "The Woody Woodpecker Show" for the 1976-1977 season.
Box 80P, Folder 12

Woody Woodpecker Show, The 1976

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 carbon copies of storyboards (31 items); 4 1/2 x 12 1/4 pencil storyboards (9 items)

Scope and Content Note

Carbon copies of storyboards with Walter Lantz interacting with Woody Woodpecker and Buzz Buzzard and original pencil storyboards of Lantz and Woody Woodpecker.
Box 81M, Folder 8

Music n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts. Closing music.
Box 81M, Folder 9

Music n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Orchestral parts. Opening music.
Box 130P, Folder 11

Woody Woodpecker Show, The 1976

Physical Description: 5 1/2 x 7 1/2 storyboard sketches (26 items)

Scope and Content Note

Storyboards of Woody Woodpecker and Walter Lantz for live action and animation sequences.
Box 139P, Folder 22

Woody Woodpecker Show, The 1976

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 document (4 items)

Scope and Content Note

Lantz copy of MCA Animation List dated 10/2/87 of credits for Lantz artists to appear at the end of "The Woody Woodpecker Show."
 

Series 3. Government and Industrial Productions (1937-1953)

Scope and Content Note

Items in this series contain one or more of the following: cels, correspondences, dialogue/continuity sheets, layout drawings, live action storyboards, photostat models, photostat sketches, photostat storyboards, promotional stills, storyboards, war insignias, etc.

Arrangement

Items are arranged alphabetically by production title.
 

Subseries 1. American Red Cross: Blood Bank 1953

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 1 contains the production materials for "American Red Cross: Blood Bank" (Prod. #RX-1). Included among these materials are: continuity sheets, color pencil storyboard sketches, posters, publicity stills, scripts, research materials, etc. Lantz Productions partnered up with the American Red Cross to make an animated cartoon starring Woody Woodpecker on behalf of the National Blood Program to promote the importance of donating blood. The film was titled "Blood Bank" and was gifted to the ARC and the National Blood Program.
Box 5M, Folder 10

Music 1953

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score. [Cues M-7 through M-9 of production #U-19 are the score for RX-1.]
Box 29M, Folder 5

Music 1953

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 bar sheets and detail sheets

Scope and Content Note

Bar sheets and detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
Box 36P

American Red Cross: Blood Bank (1953) 1953

Physical Description: 8 1/2x 11 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Content Note

Continuity sheets for shooting script.
Box 58P, Folder 8

American Red Cross:Blood Bank (1953) 1953

Physical Description: 4 x 5 3/4 colored pencil sketches (storyboard) (19 items) mounted on 8 1/2 x 11 heavy paper (11 items)

Scope and Content Note

Colored pencil storyboard sketches mounted on black paper with shot descriptions and dialogue for a Red Cross Blood Drive promotion with Woody Woodpecker.
Box 58P, Folder 9

American Red Cross: Blood Bank(1953) Circa 1950-1951

Physical Description: 8 x 10 stills (3 items)

Scope and Content Note

Publicity stills for the Red Cross Blood Drive film. Annotated descriptions on back of photos including the names of nurses, Farmers Insurance Group, and a brief history behind a photo of a Navy man (Albert J. Balasko) stationed in Yokosuka, Japan giving blood. Circa 1950-1951.
Box 58P, Folder 10

American Red Cross: Blood Bank (1953) 1952

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 script (5 pages) and dialogue sheets (13 pages)

Scope and Content Note

Script and dialogue sheets for "Blood Bank," starring Woody Woodpecker on behalf of the American Red Cross and the National Blood Program. Animated production donated by Walter Lantz and his staff.
Box 58P, Folder 11

American Red Cross: Blood Bank (1953) circa 1953

Physical Description: 17 x 25 poster (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Poster promoting the Red Cross Blood Drive. The poster reads: "It's Time To Roll Up Your Sleeve--GIVE BLOOD NOW."
Box 58P, Folder 12

American Red Cross: Blood Bank (1953) 1953

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 color pencil sketches (3 items)

Scope and Content Note

Background sketches of hospital facilities and title sheet for "Blood Bank."
Box 58P, Folder 13

American Red Cross: Blood Bank (1953) 1953

Physical Description: 10 x 14 cutting continuity sheets (5 pages)

Scope and Content Note

Cutting continuity sheets for "Blood Bank," (Prod. RX-1) directed by Alex Lowell.
Box 63P, Folder 13

American Red Cross: Blood Bank (1953) 1953

Physical Description: 8 x 10 stills (12 items)

Scope and Content Note

Publicity stills for "Blood Bank."
Box 130P, Folder 3

American Red Cross: Blood Bank (1953) 1953

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 pencil drawing (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Pencil drawing of a heart with detailed explanation of cardiac circulation and functions.
 

Subseries 2. Enemy Bacteria, The 1945

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 2 contains production materials related to "The Enemy Bacteria" (Prod. #MN-1511L). Included among the materials are storyboard elements (live action and animation), background sketches, publicity stills, script, cels, trade reviews, etc. "The Enemy Bacteria" is an instructional training film produced by Lantz Productions for the U.S. Navy. The 28 minute short film chronicles the disastrous results caused by infection due to lack of proper preparation by doctors before a surgical operation begins. The animated segment depicts in graphic detail the formation and development of Staph infection at the incision site. A combination of live action and animation footage shows in detail how proper scrubbing of the hands effectively kills and removes harmful bacteria. Directed by Dick Lundy (uncredited) and animated by Shamus Culhane and Grim Natwick (both uncredited), the film also featured the voice talent of Mel Blanc (Germs), Milburn Stone (Chief Surgeon). "The Enemy Bacteria" was made for $100,000.
Box 7P, Folder 1

The Enemy Bacteria (1945) 1945

Physical Description: 8 x 10 stills (10 items) and negatives (12 items)

Scope and Content Note

Publicity stills with negatives of live action scenes from "The Enemy Bacteria." One of the stills has a review of the film (possibly from the New York Times).
Box 7P, Folder 3

The Enemy Bacteria (1945) 1945

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 script (2 copies, 33 pages each); 8 1/2 x 13 dialogue sheets (2 copies, 1 copy--7 pages; 1 copy--5 pages); 10 x 14 continuity sheets (3 items); and timing sheets (23 items)

Scope and Content Note

Script, dialogue sheets, continuity breakdown and timing sheets for "The Enemy Bacteria," a medical training film sponsored by the U.S. Navy.
Box 7P, Folder 4

The Enemy Bacteria (1945) 1945

Physical Description: trade reviews (clippings)--various

Scope and Content Note

Newspaper/trade reviews from Hollywood Review (9/24/45--1 copy of the trade), Film Daily (10/4/45--1 copy of review, 3 copies of the trade), Film World (11/45--3 articles about the production, 2 copies of trade), International Photographer (2/46--review only) and an article in American Cinematographer about the production (11/45--2 copies of review and 1 copy of trade).
Box 7P, Folder 5

The Enemy Bacteria (1945) 1945

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 cels (25 items) and backgrounds with overlay (12 items)

Scope and Content Note

Original cels and backgrounds with overlay for "The Enemy Bacteria."
Box 8P, Folder 1

The Enemy Bacteria (1945) 1945

Physical Description: 7x 8 1/2 storyboard stills (live-action) (33 items); 4 1/2 x 5 photostat negatives (11 items)

Scope and Content Note

Live action storyboard elements including, stills of surgeons with scene numbers and narration. Photostat negatives of secet scenes are also included.
Box 8P, Folder 2

The Enemy Bacteria (1945) 1945

Physical Description: 7 x 8 1/2 storyboard elements (live action) (42 items)

Scope and Content Note

Live action storyboard elements including, stills of surgeons with scene numbers and narration.
Box 8P, Folder 3

The Enemy Bacteria (1945) 1945

Physical Description: 7 x 8 1/2 colored pencil sketches and live action stills (storyboard materials) (134 items)

Scope and Content Note

Colored pencil storyboard sketches for both the animation and live action sequences of "The Enemy Bacteria."
Box 66P, Folder 28

The Enemy Bacteria (1945) 1945

Physical Description: 8 x 10 photographs (9 items); one copy of American Cinematographer (Nov. 1945)

Scope and Content Note

Photographs including two featuring Walter Lantz with U.S. Navy officials. Also included is a copy of the November 1945 issue of American Cinematographer where these photos are featured alongside the article "Lucite and Lantz Came Through for the Navy" by Hilda Black (p. 372-373; 392).
 

Subseries 3. Hand Tools: Their Correct Usage and Care circa 1943

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 3 contains storyboard materials for Lantz-produced U.S. Army instructional film, "Hand Tools: Their Correct Usage and Care." During World War II, Lantz Productions made a handful of instructional films for the U.S. government. Also included is a General Motors handbook on the correct usage of hand tools for new Army recruits.
Box 6P, Folder 3

Hand Tools: Their Correct Usage and Care circa 1943

Physical Description: 4 x 5 3/4 pencil sketches (56 items on 10 1/2 x 15 paper), 7 1/2 x 10 1/2photostat copies (25 items); 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 pencil drawings (13 items)

Scope and Content Note

Original and photostat copies of storyboard materials (w/ script dialogue) including pencil sketches, drawings, and photostat negatives for a U.S. Army instructional film, "Hand Tools: Their Correct Usage and Care." Walter Lantz signed the storyboard sketches of the film. Also included is a General Motors manual on the correct usage and care of hand tools for the U.S. Army.
 

Subseries 4. John Deere: The Wise Family n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 4 contains photostat (b&w reproductions) storyboards for an industrial animated film promoting John Deere Farm Equipment.
Box 96P, Folder 9

John Deere: The Wise Family n.d.

Physical Description: 4 x 5 3/4 storyboards (13 items)

Scope and Content Note

Photostat storyboard elements for an animated short film promoting John Deere Farm Equipment.
Box 136P, Folder 3

John Deere: The Wise Family n.d.

Physical Description: 4 x 5 3/4 storyboard sketches on 8 1/2 x 11 paper (8 items)

Scope and Content Note

Photostat storyboards mounted on black (heavy) paper.
 

Subseries 5. Navy Training Films--"The Anti-Aircraft Machine Gun Battery" & "The Anti-Aircraft Search Light Battery" 1941

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 5 contains the scripts, continuity sequences, and effects list for the animated sequences in the U.S. Navy training films, "The Anti-Aircraft Machine Gun Battery" (Prod. #101) and "The Anti-Aircraft Search Light Battery" (Prod. #159). These films were prepared under the direction of the Chief Signal Officer by Training Film production Unit #1 by the Chief of Coast Artillery. Both scripts are signed by Walter Lantz.
Box 9P, Folder 1

Navy Training Film--"Anti-Aircraft Search Light Battery" (1941) 1941

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 script (97 pages, plus 2 drawings), shot description (7 pages), and 2 manuals (41, 37 pages)

Scope and Content Note

Script and shot description for the animated sequences produced by Lantz Productions for the U.S. Navy training film, "Anti-Aircraft Machine Gun Battery." Also included are two War Department Manuals: (1) "Technical Manual for Ordinance Maintenance: Sighting System M2 With Telescope M7 for 37mm Anti-Aircraft Gun" (August 13, 1941); and (2) "Coast Guard Artillery Field Manual: Anti-Aircraft Artillery Serivice of the Piece 37mm Anti-Aircraft Gun" (May 22, 1940). Walter Lantz signed the copy of the script.
Box 9P, Folder 2

Navy Training Film--"Anti-Aircraft Machine Gun Battery" (1941) 1941

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 script (130 pages), continuity sheets (3 pages), and effects list (4 pages)

Scope and Content Note

Script, continuity sheets, and effects list for the animated sequences produced by Lantz Productions for U.S. Navy training film, "Anti-Aircraft Machine Gun Battery." Walter Lantz signed the copy of the script.
 

Subseries 6. Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic 1946

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 6 contains publicity stills, trade clippings, business correspondences, scripts, dialogue sheets, continuity sheets, sheet music, cels, drawings, story boards, photostat model sheets, etc. for "Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic" (Prod. #C-100). Based on the Reddy Kilowatt character created by Ashton B. Collins, the commercial deals with the story of electricity and outlines its history from 600 B.C. to Benjamin Franklin's kite-and-key experiment to Thomas Edison's invention of the incandescent light bulb. Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic was made in Technicolor and sponsored by Reddy Kilowatt, Inc. as a tool to educate the public on conserving energy in the postwar period. As a result of the cartoon's popularity, the likeness of Reddy Kilowatt (a bolt of lightning, or electric current with a light bulb nose) was used as the symbol for electric light and power companies across America in various advertising campaigns from 1947 to 1955.
Box 39M, Folder 4

Music 1946

Scope and Content Note

Sheet music for original "Reddy Kilowatt" song (1 copy) and Clarence Wheeler sketches for alternate versions #2, #3, and #4.
Box 51P, Folder 1

Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic (1946) 1946

Physical Description: 8 x 10 stills (10 items)

Scope and Content Note

Publicity stills for "Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic" (1946).
Box 51P, Folder 2

Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic (1946) 1946

Physical Description: 8 x 10 stills (23 items)

Scope and Content Note

Publicity stills for "Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic" (1946).
Box 51P, Folder 3

Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic (1946) 1946

Physical Description: 8 x 10 stills (32 items)

Scope and Content Note

Publicity stills for "Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic" (1946).
Box 51P, Folder 4

Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic (1946) 1946

Physical Description: 8 x 10 stills (37 items)

Scope and Content Note

Publicity stills for "Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic" (1946).
Box 51P, Folder 5

Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic (1946) 1946

Physical Description: 8 x 10 stills (39 items)

Scope and Content Note

Publicity stills for "Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic" (1946).
Box 51P, Folder 6

Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic (1946) 1946

Physical Description: clippings [various] (38 items)

Scope and Content Note

File contains various clippings of Reddy Kilowatt's weekly newsletter, "Reddy News" which promises to "humanize" and "dramatize" the electric industry. There is also 2 copies of an article by Hilda Black from the February 1946 issue of International Photographer titled "Future of Commercial Cartoons."
Box 51P, Folder 7

Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic (1946) 1946

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 synopsis (6 items); 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 notes (2 items)

Scope and Content Note

Synopsis and notes on the history of discovering and harnessing electricity for "Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic."
Box 51P, Folder 8

Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic (1946) 1946

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 correspondences (24 items)

Scope and Content Note

Business correspondences from Ashton B. Collins, director of Reddy Kilowatt Service, to Walter Lantz regarding the production of "Reddy Made Magic."
Box 51P, Folder 9

Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic (1946) 1946

Physical Description: 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 booklet (1 item); 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 booklet (1 item); notes [various]

Scope and Content Note

Booklets titled "How to Draw Reddy Kilowatt" and "Around the Clock with Reddy Kilowatt." File also included handwritten notes.
Box 51P, Folder 10

Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic (1946) 1946

Physical Description: 9 x 12 model copies (14 items); 8 1/4 x 10 1/4 photostat model sheets (4 items); 10 x 12 1/2 carbon copies (4 items)

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies of model sheets, photostat copies, and carbon copies for Reddy Kilowatt and the Goof.
Box 51P, Folder 11

Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic (1946) 1946

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 13 narration sheets (15 items)

Scope and Content Note

Narration for Reddy Made Magic. Recorded July 2, 1945 by George Barclay.
Box 51P, Folder 12

Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic (1946) 1946

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 13 1/2 continuity sheets (5 pages); 10 1/2 x 12 3/4 tempo sheets (24 pages); 16 x 20 exposure sheets (6 pages); 8 x 11 1/2 footage changes (8 pages)

Scope and Content Note

Continuity sheets, tempo sheets, exposure sheets, and change of footage sheets for Reddy Made Magic.
Box 51P, Folder 13

Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic (1946) 1946

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 lyric sheets (8 items); 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 booklet (1 item); 4 3/4 x 6 3/4 photostat copies (9 items); 9 3/4 x 12 3/4 sheet music (40 items)

Scope and Content Note

Lyrics, Reddy Kilowatt song booklet, photostat copies of sheet music, and original sheet music with lyrics for "Reddy Made Magic." Among the songs included in the sheet music are: "The Reddy Kilowatt Song," "I'm A Busy Atom," "Eyes Are Priceless," "Reddy Polka," and "More Power to You." Lyrics by Del Porter and music by Darrell Calker.
Box 52P, Folder 1

Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic (1946) 1946

Physical Description: 5 x 5 1/2 photostat copies (15 items); 4 x 5 negative (1 item); 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 clipping (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Photostat (b&w reproductions) copies with negative of a Benjamin Franklin portrait. Original of the portrait was clipped from a magazine and is included in the file.
Box 52P, Folder 2

Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic (1946) 1946

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 layout drawings (33 items); 6 1/4 x 7 storyboards (30 items)

Scope and Content Note

Layout drawings (including beginning and end titles) and storyboards (partial) for Reddy Made Magic.
Box 52P, Folder 3

Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic (1946) 1946

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 drawings (5 items)

Scope and Content Note

Layout drawings with coloring indications for Reddy Made Magic.
Box 52P, Folder 4

Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic (1946) 1946

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 cels (4 items); 10 3/4 x 13 1/2 (9 items)

Scope and Content Note

Cels and backgrounds for Reddy Made Magic.
Box 52P, Folder 5

Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic (1946) 1946

Physical Description: 11 x 15 photostat storyboards (30 items); 15 1/4 x 21 1/2 clipping (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Photostat storyboards shot from the cel/background set-ups. Also included is a newspaper clipping from The Philadelphia Inquirer (July 21, 1946) featuring a brief synopsis and scenes from the film.
Box 52P, Folder 6

Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic (1946) 1946

Physical Description: 9 1/4 x 14 1/4 photostat storyboards (40 items)

Scope and Content Note

Photostat storyboards shot from original story sketches for Reddy Made Magic.
Box 52P, Folder 7

Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic (1946) 1946

Physical Description: 10 1/4 x 12 1/4 cels (69 cels)

Scope and Content Note

Animation cels of lightening, a power outlet, and the title sequence for Reddy Made Magic.
Box 63P, Folder 17

Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic (1946) 1946

Physical Description: still negatives (42 items)

Scope and Content Note

Promotional sill negatives for "Reddy Made Magic."
Box 130P, Folder 13

Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic (1946) 1946

Physical Description: newspaper clippings [various] (4 items)

Scope and Content Note

Newspaper clippings of a Reddy Kilowatt promotion.
Box 134P, Folder 4

Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic (1946) 1946

Physical Description: book

Scope and Content Note

Book of original storyboard sketches for "Reddy Made Magic."
Box 138P, Folder 9

Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic (1946) 1946

Physical Description: 8 x 10 logo (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Folder contains a Reddy Kilowatt logo for "Reddy Kilowatt Film--Storyboard No. 2"
Box 148P, Folder 24

Reddy Kilowatt: Reddy Made Magic (1946) 1946

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 photostat model sheet (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Photostat model sheet from Reddy Made Magic.
 

Subseries 7. Shell Oil: The Story of Petroleum 1945

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 7 contains pencil storyboard sketches, synopsis, script treatment, story continuity and positive and negative photostat storyboards for "Shell Oil: The Story of Petroleum." This short was one of a handful of educational films that Lantz Production made in collaboration with the Department of Geology of Shell Motor Company, Inc.. The film tells the story of oil exploration during the prehistoric days up until the present. Some of the objectives of the film included: (1) establishing Shell's position as leader in the petroleum industry; (2) portraying Shell as an authority on petroleum research; (3) descibing the ways in which petroleum contruibutes to a better living, etc. This film was exhibited in school classrooms, "club circuits" and other segments of the general public, and to Shell employees and dealers.
Box 5P, Folder 1

Shell Oil: The Story of Petroleum (1945) 1945

Physical Description: 6 1/4 x 6 3/4 color storyboard sketches (210 items)

Scope and Content Note

Colored pencil story board sketches for a Shell Oil educational film.
Box 5P, Folder 2

Shell Oil: The Story of Petroleum (1945) 1945

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 script (30 pages); news brief (5 pages); synopsis (10 pages); outline (8 pages)

Scope and Content Note

Script for Shell Oil story conference, Shell Oil news brief, synopsis of oil field technology, and an outline of the Shell Oil motion picture program.
Box 5P, Folder 3

Shell Oil: The Story of Petroleum (1945) 1945

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 onion paper: script treatment (9 pages); research data (9 items); magazine clipping (1 item); letter (2 pages)

Scope and Content Note

Script treatment, research data on oil field in America, use of oil, etc., magazine clipping about General Motors' overseas production, and a letter from Bud Landis of Shell Oil to Walter Lantz dated November 1, 1945 offering suggestions for the film.
Box 5P, Folder 4

Shell Oil: The Story of Petroleum (1945) 1945

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 annotated story continuity (64 pages--5 versions)

Scope and Content Note

Annotated story continuity for "Shell Oil: The Story of Petroleum." There are five different drafts of the continuity script.
Box 5P, Folder 5

Shell Oil: The Story of Petroleum (1945) 1945

Physical Description: 11 x 14 1/2 negative & positive photostat storyboards (51 pages each)

Scope and Content Note

Positive and negative photostat storyboards with shot descriptions and narration. The negative copy is in a make-shift binder.
Box 135P, Folder 1

Shell Oil: The Story of Petroleum (1945) 1945

Physical Description: 4 x 5 3/4 color storyboards mounted on black paper (56 items)

Scope and Content Note

Original color storyboards for "Shell Oil: The Story of Petroleum" mounted on black paper.
 

Subseries 8. Story of Human Energy, The n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 8 contains photostat sketches and storyboards for Lantz-produced educational film, "The Story of Human Energy."
Box 80P, Folder 4

The Story of Human Energy n.d.

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 photostat sketches (3 items)

Scope and Content Note

Photostat sketches for The Story of Human Energy.
Box 130P, Folder 20

The Story of Human Energy n.d.

Physical Description: 4 x 5 3/4 photostat storyboards (15 items); 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 background painting (3 items) and pencil sketch (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Photostat storyboards, mounted background paintings, and pencil sketch from an instructional film for the Corn Products Refining Company.
 

Series 4. Character Sketches 1927-1972

Scope and Content Note

Items in this series may contain one or more of the following: ink and watercolor drawings, model sheets, pencil sketches, photostat models (b&w reproductions), photo stills, promotional stills, etc.

Arrangement

Items are arranged alphabetically by character name.
 

Subseries 1. Alligators n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 1 contains pencil sketches of alligators.
Box 90P, Folder 1

Pencil sketch of an alligator. unknown

Physical Description: 1 item
 

Subseries 2. Andy Panda various [1940-1960]

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 2 contains photostat model sheets (b&w reproductions), pencil drawings, pen and ink drawings, and stills of Andy Panda. The first Andy Panda cartoon, "Life Begins for Andy Panda" (Prod. #974) was released on August 24, 1939. Andy Panda remained a popular Lantz character until 1949. There are 25 productions featuring Andy Panda.
Box 61P, Folder 8

Andy Panda n.d.

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 model sheets (4 items)

Scope and Content Note

Photostat model sheets of Andy Panda.
Box 76P, Folder 3

Andy Panda n.d.

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 color print

Scope and Content Note

Color print of Andy Panda on card stock.
Box 85P, Folder 3

Andy Panda n.d.

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 model sheets (7 items); 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 model sheets (2 items);8 1/2 x 11 photostat model sheet (2 items); 11 x 14 photostat model sheet (1 item); 8 x 10 photograph (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Stills and photostats (b&w reproductions) of early model sheets (13 items total).
Box 85P, Folder 5

Andy Panda various [1937-1948]

Physical Description: 9.5 x 13.25 pen & ink drawing (1 item); 10.5 x 12.5 pen & ink drawing (1 item); 8.5 x 11 pencil drawings (3 items), 11 x 14 pencil drawing (1 item); 10.5 x 12.5 pencil drawings (5 items); 12.5 x 8.25 pencil drawing (1 item), 10.5 x 18.5 pencil drawing

Scope and Content Note

Pencil drawings, pen and ink drawings, and copies. 10 1/2 x 18 1/2 pencil drawing is signed by Walter Lantz.
Box 85P, Folder 10

Andy Panda various [circa 1937-1967]

Physical Description: 8 x 10 photostat models (3 items); 8 x 10 stills (3 items); 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 photostat stills (4 items); photocopies (12 items); model sheets (22 items); stills (6 items).

Scope and Content Note

Model sheets, photocopies, photostats (b&w reproductions), and stills from various time periods.
Box 96P, Folder 16

Andy Panda n.d.

Physical Description: 3 photostat model sheets

Scope and Content Note

Photostat model sheets showing 3 views (including profiles) of Andy Panda.
Box 96P, Folder 27

Andy Panda n.d.

Physical Description: 1 photostat print

Scope and Content Note

Semi-circular photostat print of Andy Panda in a garden.
Box 148P, Folder 23

Andy Panda circa 1960s

Physical Description: 2 photostills, 1 negative

Scope and Content Note

Model turnaround of Andy Panda (photostills and a negative).
 

Subseries 3. Angels and Devils circa 1960s

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 3 contains pencil sketches of an angel and a devil character.
Box 73P, Folder 30

Angels and Devils circa 1960s

Physical Description: 1 pencil sketch

Scope and Content Note

Pencil sketch of an angel and a devil character.
 

Subseries 4. Babyface Mouse n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 4 contains model sheets and negatives of popular Lantz character, Babyface Mouse. Also included are model sheets for Little Roquefort Mouse and Butch (a.k.a. "Ratface").
Box 89P, Folder 10

Babyface Mouse n.d.

Physical Description: 18 model sheets and 5 negatives (Babyface); 4 model sheets (Little Roquefort Mouse and Butch)

Scope and Content Note

Model sheets and negatives of Babyface Mouse. File also includes model sheets for Little Roquefort Mouse and Butch (a.k.a. "Ratface").
 

Subseries 5. Bears various [1930-1950]

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 5 contains model sheets, sketches, photostats (b&w reproductions), and stills of bears from various Lantz productions from 1950-1965. Among the materials in this subseries are sketches of several bear characters including, Maxie, Windy, Breezy, Fatso, Pierre, and Pete.
Box 90P, Folder 2

Bears circa 1930-1950

Physical Description: 100 items

Scope and Content Note

Model sheets, sketches, photostats, photocopies, and stills of bears from various productions. File includes materials for the following well-known bear characters: Maxie, Windy, Breezy, Fatso, Pierre, and Pete.
Box 147P, Folder 12

Bears circa 1950s

Physical Description: 1 model drawing

Scope and Content Note

Original model drawing for a bear. Circa late 1950s. Artist possibly Alex Lovy.
Box 148P, Folder 17

Bears n.d.

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 pencil sketch

Scope and Content Note

Original model sketches of a bear (possibly Fatso Bear). Artist possibly Jack Hannah.
Box 148P, Folder 31

Bears 1965

Physical Description: 1 model sheet

Scope and Content Note

Original 1965 model sheet for Maxie Bear.
 

Subseries 6. Beary Family, The various [1962-1972]

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 6 contains hand painted and photostat model sheets (b&w reproductions) of the Beary Family. The Beary Family first debuted on March 27, 1962 in "Fowled-Up Birthday" (Prod. #U-151) and remained among the most popular Lantz characters until 1972. From 1962-1972, Lantz Productions made 28 shorts starring the Beary Family.
Box 93P, Folder 1

Beary Family, The n.d.

Physical Description: 11 pencil and photostat model sheets

Scope and Content Note

Pencil and photostat model sheets of the Beary family.
Box 93P, Folder 5

Beary Family, The n.d.

Physical Description: 15 model sheets

Scope and Content Note

Model sheets of Bess Beary.
Box 93P, Folder 6

Beary Family, The n.d.

Physical Description: 18 original and photostat model sheets

Scope and Content Note

Original and photostat model sheets of Charlie Beary.
Box 130P, Folder 18

Beary Family, The 1961

Physical Description: 1 photostat model sheet, 1 hand-painted model sheet

Scope and Content Note

Photostat and hand-painted model sheets of the Beary Family.
 

Subseries 7. Birds various [1935-1960]

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 7 contains model sheets and drawings of recurring "bird" characters in Lantz productions including, Dumb Cluck, Looney Gooney, Charlie Chicken, Clark Gobble, Fanny Duck, Pepito Chickito, Homer Pigeon, Henrietta Hen, Fe, Fi, Fo, Fum, Fooey, Jerry Turkey, etc.
Box 90P, Folder 3

Birds n.d.

Physical Description: 150 items

Scope and Content Note

Model sheets of Dumb Cluck, Looney Gooney, Charlie Chicken, Clark Gobble, Fanny Duck, Pepito Chickito, Homer Pigeon, Henrietta Hen, Fe, Fi, Fo, Fum, Fooey, Jerry Turkey and other birds.
Box 148P, Folder 36

Birds circa mid-1930s

Physical Description: 3 model drawings

Scope and Content Note

Original model drawings of Goosey Gander and Mother Goose.
 

Subseries 8. Boats and Ships circa mid-1930s to early 1940s

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 8 includes clippings and drawings of naval warships.
Box 74P, Folder 7

Boats and Ships various [1935-1945]

Physical Description: 10 items

Scope and Content Note

Clippings of naval warships used by Lantz artists as reference for drawings.
Box 83P, Folder 2

Boats and Ships n.d.

Physical Description: 2 sketches

Scope and Content Note

Sketches of a ship before and after battle.
 

Subseries 9. Buck Beaver n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 9 includes original and photostat model sheets (b&w reproductions) of minor Lantz character Buck Beaver.
Box 93P, Folder 14

Buck Beaver n.d.

Physical Description: 2 original models, 7 photostat models, and 2 sketches

Scope and Content Note

Sketches and original and photostat model sheets of Buck Beaver.
 

Subseries 10. Buzz Buzzard n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 10 contains model sheets of Buzz Buzzard.
Box 94P, Folder 3

Buzz Buzzard n.d.

Physical Description: 100 model sheets

Scope and Content Note

Model sheets of popular Lantz character Buzz Buzzard.
 

Subseries 11. Camels circa 1944

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 11 contains original ink and brush drawings and photostat model sheets (b&w reproductions) of Lantz character Camellia Camel and other "stock" camels.
Box 90P, Folder 4

Camels circa 1942-1944

Physical Description: 2 ink and brush drawings; 10 photostat model sheets

Scope and Content Note

Original ink and brush drawings by Lantz artist Shamus Culhane and photstat model sheet of Camellia Camel. Camellia Camel is featured in Prod. #D-7 ABOU BEN BOOGIE (1944)
Box 148P, Folder 41

Camels circa 1944

Physical Description: 8 photostat model sheets

Scope and Content Note

Photostat and photocopied model sheets of Lantz character Camellia Camel as well as various "stock" camel models.
 

Subseries 12. Cats and Kittens n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 12 includes photostats (b&w reproductions) and model sheets for cats and kittens. Also included are drawings of Korny Kat, Doc, Three Little Kittens, et al.
Box 90P, Folder 5

Cats and Kittens n.d.

Physical Description: 22 model sheets, 32 photostats, and 1 photostill

Scope and Content Note

Original and photostat model sheets for cats and kittens. Also included are models for Korny Kat, Doc, Three Lil' Kittens, and others as well as a photostill of Romeo the cat.
 

Subseries 13. Charlie Chicken n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 13 contains a model of Charlie Chicken roller skating.
Box 85P, Folder 7

Charlie Chicken n.d.

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 model (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Model of Charlie Chicken roller skating.
 

Subseries 14. Chefs and Cooks circa 1950-1960

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 14 contains photostills of pen and ink drawings by an unidentified Lantz artist featuring a chef working with different types of foods.
Box 73P, Folder 31

Chefs and Cooks circa 1950-1960s

Physical Description: 12 pen and ink photostill drawings

Scope and Content Note

Pen and ink photostills by an unidentified Lantz artist featuring a chef working with different types of foods.
 

Subseries 15. Chickens circa 1960s

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 15 contains pencil sketches and 2 model sheets of chickens, including Henrietta Hen and Norm Blackburn.
Box 91P, Folder 1

Chickens circa 1960s

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 pencil sketches (11 items); 8 1/2 x 10 model sheets (2 items)

Scope and Content Note

Pencil sketches of various chickens and model sheets for Henrietta Hen and Norm Blackburn.
 

Subseries 16. Children various [1955-1968]

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 16 contains pencil sketches and carbon copies of model sheets of children from Lantz productions U-105 "Kiddie League" (1958), U-126 "The Bears and the Bees" (1961), and U-200 "Rough Riding Hood" (1966).
Box 87P, Folder 4

Children various [1955-1968]

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 model pencil sketches (17 items); 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 carbon copies (6 items); 4 x 4 1/2 pencil sketch (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Pencil sketches and carbon copies of model sheets of children from Lantz productions U-105 "Kiddie League" (1958), U-126 "The Bears and the Bees" (1961), and U-200 "Rough Riding Hood" (1966).
 

Subseries 17. Chilly Willy various [1953-1972]

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 17 contains sketches and model sheets of popular Lantz character, Chilly Willy. The first production starring the popular penguin, "Chilly Willy," debuted on December 21, 1953. From 1953 to 1972, Lantz Productions made 48 cartoons featuring Chilly Willy.
Box 94P, Folder 2

Chilly Willy circa 1950s-1960s

Physical Description: Model sheets and sketches (79 items)

Scope and Content Note

Copies of model sheets and sketches of Chilly Willy from various time periods (1950s-1960s)
Box 96P, Folder 4

Chilly Willy n.d.

Physical Description: Poster-size model sheets (2 items)

Scope and Content Note

Poster-size model sheets showing three vies of Chilly Willy.
Box 147P, Folder 8

Chilly Willy n.d.

Physical Description: Original 8 1/2 x 11 pencil sketch (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Pencil sketch of Chilly Willy drawn by Walter Lantz.
Box 147P, Folder 11

Chilly Willy circa 1960s

Physical Description: Original pencil sketch (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Original pencil sketch circa 1960s. This sketch is similar to a design used in Chilly Willy productions directed by Sid Marcus.
Box 148P, Folder 52

Chilly Willy circa 1965-1972

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 character sketch

Scope and Content Note

Character sketch of Chilly Willy with Smedly.
Box 148P, Folder 53

Chilly Willy 1972

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 photocopy of model sheet

Scope and Content Note

Photocopy of Chilly Willy model sheet (copyright 1972).
 

Subseries 18. Chipmunks n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 18 contains pencil sketches of chipmunks.
Box 91P, Folder 2

Chipmunks n.d.

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 model pencil sketches (2 items); 5 x 12 pencil sketches (5 items)

Scope and Content Note

Model pencil sketches of chipmunks, including a facial expression chart and walking models.
 

Subseries 19. Cows and Bulls n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 19 contains pencil sketches, a model sheet, and a photostat (b&w reproduction) model sheet of cows and bulls.
Box 91P, Folder 3

Cows and Bulls n.d.

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 pencil sketches (4 items); 11 x 14 1/4 model sheet (1 item); 5 1/2 x 5 1/2 photostat model sheet (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Pencil sketches, model sheet, and photostat model sheet of cows and bulls.
 

Subseries 20. Dauntless Dan n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 20 contains model sheets for Lantz character, Dauntless Dan.
Box 87P, Folder 6

Dauntless Dan n.d.

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 model sheets (5 items)

Scope and Content Note

Model sheets of Dauntless Dan.
 

Subseries 21. Deer n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 21 contains pencil sketches of a young deer.
Box 91P, Folder 4

Deer n.d.

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 pencil sketch (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Pencil sketch of a young deer.
 

Subseries 22. Dinosaur Models late 1930s

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 22 contains negatives of clay model dinosaurs.
Box 63P, Folder 5

Dinosaur Models late 1930s

Physical Description: Negatives of clay model dinosaurs (6 items).

Scope and Content Note

Negatives of clay model dinosaurs. This material dates from the late-1930s during which time Lantz made a brief foray into stop-motion animation.
 

Subseries 23. Disney Characters n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 23 contains pencil sketches of Disney characters including, Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Brier Bear, Pluto, Pinocchio, etc. Several drawings are signed by LaVerne Harding.
Box 86P, Folder 6

Disney Characters n.d.

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 pencil sketches (21 items)

Scope and Content Note

Pencil sketches of Disney characters including, Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Brier Bear, Pluto, Pinocchio, etc. Several drawings are signed by LaVerne Harding.
 

Subseries 24. Doc, Champ, and Other Characters circa 1960s

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 24 contains carbon copy model sheets of Lantz characters Doc, Champ, Cecil, Hickory and Dickory.
Box 84P, Folder 17

Doc, Champ, and Other Characters circa 1960s

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 carbon copies of model sheets (23 items)

Scope and Content Note

Carbon copies of model sheets for Doc, Champ, Cecil, Hickory, and Dickory.
 

Subseries 25. Dogs various [1930-1972]

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 25 contains photocopied model sheets, pencil sketches, and photostills of various dog characters from Lantz productions including Cuddles, Sissy, Old Blue, Sniffer, Tiger, Smedley, Lio, Elmer, Butch, Wrinkle Puss etc.
Box 58P, Folder 1

Dogs various [1940-1972]

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 photocopies of model sheets (36 items)

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies of model sheets of various dogs including, Old Blue, Sissy, Cuddles, Sniffer, Tiger, Elmer, Milo, Scottie, Cecil, Wrinkle Puss and Dogs for Defense.
Box 91P, Folder 5

Dogs various [1940-1972]

Physical Description: pencil sketches (250 items) and negatives (5 items)

Scope and Content Note

Original and copies of pencil sketches of various dog characters including, Cuddles, Doxie, Duffy, Smedly, Rodney, Butch, Milo, Happy, Cecil, Tiger, Snoozer, etc. This folder also contains negatives.
Box 148P, Folder 35

Dogs circa mid to late 1930s

Physical Description: Mimeograph model sheet (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Mimeograph model sheet of Elmer the Great Dane used by animator Les Kline. Circa mid to late 1930s.
Box 184P, Folder 26

Dogs n.d.

Physical Description: 8 1/2 x 11 photostill (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Photostill of Wrinkle Puss model sheet. Walter Lantz writes on back, "The smooth hair hound is preferably used--the shaggy type like the scottie would add $300 to the picture cost."
 

Subseries 26. Dragons circa 1964

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 26 contains pencil sketches of dragons for Prod. #U-176 "The Case of the Maltese Chicken" (1964).
Box 91P, Folder 6

Dragons circa 1964

Physical Description: 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 pencil sketches (10 items)

Scope and Content Note

Pencil sketches of dragon characters for Prod #U-176 "The Case of the Ma