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Finding Aid for the Larry Gelbart papers, 1940-
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Projects

 

ACADEMY AWARDS

 

56th Annual

Box 161 , Folder 5

Ratings research for 1984 Academy Awards (04/24/84). - Short rundown, "As broadcast," 1984. 2 items.

 

57th Annual

Box 155 , Folder 9

Correspondence regarding the Phil Collins controversy, 1985. - Two Rolling Stone articles. - List of "Song-Singers, 1934-1983." 3 items.

Box 155 , Folder 10

Script by Larry Gelbart. Handwritten first draft, February 28, 1985, 138 pages.

Box 161 , Folder 1

Script: First draft and schedule "as of 3/8/85" and with copious annotations. - Timings and voice over narrations. - Material for the Technical Awards.

Box 161 , Folder 2

Script revisions, dated February to March 1985. 15 items.

Box 161 , Folder 3

Show rundowns, 02/19/85 - 03/21/85. 11 items.

Box 161 , Folder 4

Timetables, dated August 1984 - January 1985. 4 items.

Box 161 , Folder 6

Pamphlet - regarding National Endowment for the Arts Award, 1985. - Memoranda - List of music rights archived by NEA (02/19/85). - Typed version of pamphlet. 3 items.

Box 161 , Folder 7

Lists of potential presenters for the 1985 show.

Box 161 , Folder 8

Letter to Robert Selig re trailer completion (2/14/85), 2 p. - "Fact Sheet," n.d., 5 p. - "Academy Announces Nominations for 57th Oscar Awards," n.d., 13 p. 3 items.

Box 161 , Folder 9

Correspondence and publicity, 10 items, re the honorary award to David L. Wolper (03/13/85), 7 p. - Correspondence regarding the exclusion of MPAA President (02/15/85) (3 letters).

Box 162 , Folder 2

Nominations for Awards Ceremony for the Documentary and Foreign categories, February 1985. Includes xeroxed reviews of the nominated films. 22 pages.

Box 162 , Folder 3

Board of Governors' Ball program. - Tickets to the Ball. Program for Awards Ceremony. - Backstage passes (3) for Larry Gelbart.

Box 166 , Folder 8

Script As Broadcast, Domestic. March 25 1985. 233+ pages.

Box 173 , Folder 3

Continuity for the telecast. No date. 4 pages. - "Additional Names for Friends of Oscar -- or Special Presentors," 1 page.

Box 173 , Folder 4

Articles regarding the low ratings for broadcast. March through April 1985. 20 items.

Box 173 , Folder 5

Correspondence, 20 items, 02/15/85 - 04/16/85. Regarding Nominees Luncheon, Rehearsals, the Telecast, Possible presenters.

Box 173 , Folder 6

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Both first drafts, annotated, February 28 1985, 103 p. 2 items.

Box 173 , Folder 7

Script by Larry Gelbart. As Broadcast, International, 03/25/85, 106 p.

Box 173 , Folder 8

Production book: Master copy of script, staff list, schedules, show rundown, and final script, dated 03/25/85.

 

58th Annual

Box 155 , Folder 13

Scripts (4) presenting screenwriting awards. - Scripts (3), handwritten draft and typed drafts, for presenters Alan Alda and Jane Fonda. Correspondence with AMPAS.

Box 162 , Folder 1

Final Script with crew and cast contact lists, dated 03/17/86. Marked "Revised 3/21 -- Revised 3/22." 257 pages.

 

AfterM*A*S*H (Television)

 

Box 5 , Folder 5

CBS Presskit for season 1983-84, incl. AfterM*A*S*H, Scarecrow and Mrs. King, Magnum PI, Alice, Jeffersons, Trapper John MD, Simon and Simon, et al.

Box 5 , Folder 6

Copies of story boards for Main Titles, dated 8/15/83.

Box 5 , Folder 7

Copies of Interior Set plans for show #2 (4 items).

Box 5 , Folder 8

Shooting schedule, 1983.

Box 5 , Folder 9

Call sheets for episodes 10/27 and 12/14/83.

Box 5 , Folder 10

Airdate scheduling materials 1983-84. Includes Fox Memoranda, directors schedules, and status reports from CBS.

Box 5 , Folder 11

Correspondence - CBS and 20th Century Fox Memoranda. June 1983.

Box 9 , Folder 1

Story outlines, including memoranda, typed and handwritten notes, 1983-4.

Box 9 , Folder 2

Handwritten notes for various episodes. No date.

Box 9 , Folder 3

Organizational/adminstrative chart of personnel in a medical institution.

Box 9 , Folder 4

Miscellaneous notes and memoranda including 4 photographs of production personnel with Larry Gelbart. 11/16/83.

Box 9 , Folder 5

Clippings regarding the TV series from numerous sources.

Box 9 , Folder 6

Scripts, first drafts, handwritten and typed. Summer 1983.

Box 9 , Folder 7

Correspondence from viewers, Fall 1983.

Box 177

Transcripts of interviews with Veterans Administrastion personnel, doctors, nurses, clergy, ect. 1983. 16 folders.

Box 178

Transcripts of interviews with personnel from the Veterans Administration. 1983. 6 folders.

Box 179

Transcripts of interviews with personnel of the Veterans Administration. 1983. 7 folders.

 

ALL ABOUT CHRISTMAS EVE

Box 1 , Folder 1

Scripts by Dennis Koenig. First draft (9/14/83), Second draft (9/15/83), Third draft (9/27/83), Final (10/4/83), Revised final (11/1/83)

 

ANOTHER SATURDAY NIGHT

Box 1 , Folder 2

Scripts by Ken Levine, David Issacs, & Dennis Koenig. First draft (12/2/83), Revised first draft (12/9/83), Final draft (12/12/83), Revised final draft (1/3/84).

 

BLADDER DAY SAINTS, THE

Box 1 , Folder 3

Scripts by Everett Greenbaum and Elliott Reid. First draft (n.d.), Second draft (8/12/83), Revised second drafts [(8/12/83), (8/23/83), (8/24/83)], Final draft (8/29/83), Revised final (10/18/83).

 

BY THE BOOK

Box 1 , Folder 4

Scripts by Larry Balmagia. First draft (12/19/83), Second draft (1/1/84), Final draft (1/4/84), Revised final (1/10/84).

 

C.Y.A.

Box 2 , Folder 2

Scripts by J. Hirsch. First draft (10/20/83), Revised first draft (10/28/83), Final draft (11/03/83).

 

CHIEF OF STAFF

Box 2 , Folder 1

Scripts by G. Mitchell. First draft (10/13/83), Second revised draft (11/14/83), Final draft (11/15/83), Revised final (11/22/83). Annotations.

 

FALLOUT

Box 2 , Folder 3

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Treatment (n.d.), First draft (10/10/83), Revised first draft (10/17/83), Final draft (11/18/83), Revised final draft (11/25/83).

 

FEVER PITCH

Box 2 , Folder 4

Scripts by Denis Koenig. First draft (01/06/84), Revised first draft (01/11/84), Final draft (01/12/84), Revised final draft (01/17/84).

 

IT HAD TO BE YOU

Box 2 , Folder 5

Scripts by Denis Koenig, Kevin Levine, David Isaacs. First draft (11/11/83), Second draft (11/17/83), Revised draft (11/21/83), Final draft (11/23/83), Revised final 12/08/83).

 

KLINGER VS. KLINGER

Box 3 , Folder 1

Scripts by Ken Levine and David Isaacs. First draft (05/24/83), second draft (06/08/83), revised second draft (06/13/83), revised final draft (08/03/83).

 

LITTLE BROADCAST OF '53, THE

Box 3 , Folder 2

Scripts by Dennis Koenig. First draft (05/27/83), Second draft (07/09/83), Revised second (06/14/83), Final draft (06/17/83), Revised final (07/05/83), Second revised final (09/26/83).

 

NIGHT SHIFT

Box 3 , Folder 3

Scripts by Everett Greenbaum and Elliott Reid. First draft (n.d.), Second draft (07/01/83), Revised second (07/08/83), Final draft (07/12/83), Revised final (09/01/83).

 

ODDS AND ENDS

Box 3 , Folder 4

Scripts by Everett Greenbaum and Everett Reid. First draft (12/01/83), Revised first draft (12/06/83), Final draft (12/27/83), Revised final (12/15/83).

 

PERSHING SQUARE

Box 4 , Folder 1

Script by Larry Balmagia. First draft (11/18/83).

 

SEPTEMBER OF '53

Box 4 , Folder 2

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. First draft (06/01/83), Final draft (06/01/83), Revised final (06/22/83), Second revised final (07/26/83).

 

SHALL WE DANCE?

Box 4 , Folder 3

Scripts by Ken Levine and David Isaacs. First draft (07/28/83), final draft (08/01/83), revised final draft (08/29/83).

 

SNAP, CRACKLE, PLOP

Box 4 , Folder 4

Scripts by Dennis Koenig. First draft (06/27/83), revised final (07/06/83), second revised final (08/29/83).

 

STAPH INSPECTION

Box 4 , Folder 5

Scripts by Ken Levine and David Isaacs. First draft (09/12/83), second draft (09/22/83).

 

SUNDAY, CRUDDY SUNDAY

Box 4 , Folder 6

Scripts by Dennis Koenig. First drafts [(08/02/83) & (08/24/83)], second draft (08/17/83), revised final (10/03/83).

 

THANKSGIVING OF '53

Box 5 , Folder 1

Scripts by Dennis Koenig, Ken Levine and David Isaacs. First draft (06/24/83), Revised first draft (06/29/83), final draft (10/11/83).

 

TOGETHER AGAIN

Box 5 , Folder 2

Scipts by Larry Gelbart. First draft (07/05/83), Revised first (07/13/83), Final draft (07/08/83).

 

UP AND DOWN PAYMENTS

Box 5 , Folder 3

Scripts by Ken Levine and David Isaacs. First draft (01/05/83 [sic]), final draft (01/13/84), revised final (01/25/84).

 

YOURS TRULY, MAX KLINGER

Box 5 , Folder 4

Scipts by Ken Levine and David Isaacs. First draft (10/26/83), (11/02/83), (12/01/83).

 

THE ALL STAR REVIEW (Television)

 

GEORGE JESSEL SHOW, THE

Box 167 , Folder 3

Script. No author, draft marked "Revised 9/5/52, annotated, 45+ pages.

 

ALL TOGETHER NOW (Stage Project)

 

Box 180 , Folder 4

Outline of the "Theme and Arc of the Play." Marked "Sondheim idea." November 3, 1991. 11 pages. Includes photocopied pages from "Sure Thing."

 

ANYTHING BUT THE TRUTH (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 164 , Folder 5

Handwritten and typed notes, entitled "Nothing Sacred." No date. 12 pages.

Box 164 , Folder 6

Changes to the script ("Nothing Sacred") as suggested by Ray Stark and Ross Bell. Some handwritten, most typed with annotations. November 1992. 5 items.

Box 164 , Folder 7

Correspondence regarding the updating of the 1937 film "Nothing Sacred" and the possible adapatation of "Stinking Creek." April 1994. Handwritten notes.

Box 164 , Folder 8

Handwritten notes on a legal pad. Notes about plot points and character development. No date.

Box 170 , Folder 3

Script entitled "Nothing Sacred" by Larry Gelbart. First draft, with laser printer cover sheet, dated 10/25/92, 106 p.

Box 170 , Folder 4

Scripts entitled "Nothing Sacred" by Larry Gelbart. First drafts, 10/29/92, annotated, 38 pages, 41 pages, 43 pages.

Box 170 , Folder 5

Revision pages, heavily annotated, entitled "Nothing Sacred." no dates.

Box 170 , Folder 6

Script entitled "Nothing Sacred" by Larry Gelbart. With Laser printer cover sheet and inserted handwritten notes. Draft, 10/22/92, annotated, 102 p.

Box 170 , Folder 7

Incomplete Script: Entitled "Nothing Sacred." By Larry Gelbart. No date. 37 pages.

Box 170 , Folder 8

Script entitled "Nothing Sacred" by Larry Gelbart. Draft, 10/18/92, 83 p.

Box 170 , Folder 9

Incomplete script entitled "Nothing sacred" by Larry Gelbart. Draft, no date, pp. 1-38. - Revision pages (3).

Box 170 , Folder 10

Script entitled "Nothing Sacred" by Larry Gelbart. With Laser printer cover sheet. Draft, 09/27/92, 68 p.

Box 170 , Folder 11

Script entitled "Nothing Sacred" by Larry Gelbart. No date. 63 pages.

Box 171 , Folder 1

Scripts entitled "Nothing Sacred" by Larry Gelbart. Draft, 10/17/92, 76 p. - Draft, n.d., annotated, 46 p. - Draft, n.d., 46 p.

Box 171 , Folder 2

Revision pages and breakdown, entiled "Nothing Sacred." No dates. 2 items.

Box 171 , Folder 3

Script by Larry Gelbart. With cover letter from Ray Stark. Draft, 02/20/93, annotated, 92+ pages.

Box 171 , Folder 4

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft, February 20 1993, 123 p.

Box 171 , Folder 5

Script by Larry Gelbart. With Laser Printer cover page. Draft, February 16 1993, heavily annotated, 116 p.

Box 171 , Folder 6

Script entitled "Nothing Sacred" by Larry Gelbart. First draft, October 30 1992, 128 p.

Box 171 , Folder 7

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft, with laser printer cover page, 02/04/93, annotated, 90 p.

Box 171 , Folder 8

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft, with laser printer cover sheet, February 18 1993, 125 p.

Box 171 , Folder 9

Script entitled "Nothing Sacred," (20th Century-Fox, 1937). Written by Ben Hecht, June 12 1937, xeroxed copy, 65 p. plus xeroxed stills from the film.

Box 172 , Folder 1

Step outline, 12/15/92, 11 p. - Notes on first draft from Ray Stark at Columbia Pictures, 11/20/92, 5 p.

Box 172 , Folder 2

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft with laser printer cover sheet, February 14 1993, 103 p.

Box 172 , Folder 3

Script by Larry Gelbart. Third draft, May 6 1993, annotated, 115 p.

Box 172 , Folder 4

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft, May 10 1993, 118 p.

Box 172 , Folder 5

Script by Larry Gelbart. Revised draft, April 1993, annotated, 123 p.

Box 172 , Folder 6

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft, February 20 1993, 123 p.

Box 172 , Folder 7

Photocopied article from the Los Angeles Times: "California and the West, A Tainted Legacy, Toxic Dump Site in Riverside County Has Sparked the Nation's Largest Civil Suit," 01/10/93. 2 items.

Box 172 , Folder 7

Photocopied article from the New York Times: "Largest-Ever Toxic-Waste Suit Opens in California," 2/5/93. 2 items.

Box 172 , Folder 8

Photocopies of a reprinted Cosmolitan article, "Nothing Sacred," by James Streets. Memo from Ray Stark to LG, 1/16/92. 3 items.

Box 172 , Folder 9

Script by Larry Gelbart. Third draft, May 6 1993, 116 p. - Misc. Notes and note cards.

 

THE ART CARNEY SHOW (Television)

 

Box 80 , Folder 11

Sketches for an Art Carney special. No date. 6 items.

 

BEST OF ANYTHING, THE

Box 87 , Folder 3

Script by Sheldon Keller and Larry Gelbart. First draft, 02/18/60, 62 p.

 

SMALL WORLD, ISN'T IT

Box 87 , Folder 1

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Shelley Keller. Final draft, 09/28/59, 60 p. - Draft, n.d., annotated, 60 p.

 

VERY IMPORTANT PEOPLE

Box 87 , Folder 2

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Sheldon Keller. Final draft, "as aired," 11/27/59, annotated, 63 p. - Final draft, 11/27, 80 p. - First draft, 11/13/59, 66 p.

 

BALLROOM (Stage)

 

Box 10 , Folder 1

Handwritten draft on legal sized paper. Dated 11/23 - 27/78.

Box 10 , Folder 2

Typed copy, 73 pages. "As done/seen at Stanford, Conn., 11/18/78." Annotated.

Box 10 , Folder 3

Typed copy, 80 pages. Dated 11/24/78. Annotated.

Box 10 , Folder 4

Incomplete scripts, pages dated 11/24-29, 1978.

Box 10 , Folder 5

Playbill for the Morosco Theater, NY, November 1978 and miscellaneous publicity materials.

 

BARBARIANS AT THE GATE (HBO, 1992)

 

Box 154 , Folder 8

Screenplay, pages 2 - 137, annotated by L.G. Another draft, pages 2 - 106, annotated by L.G.

Box 154 , Folder 9

Screenplay. August 9 1990, 105 pages.

Box 156 , Folder 1

Screenplay by Larry Gelbart, first draft, August 24 1990, annotated, 135 pages.

Box 156 , Folder 2

Screenplay by Larry Gelbart, first draft, September 1, 1990, 135 pages. Different draft, September 1, 1990, 134p.

Box 156 , Folder 3

Screenplay by Larry Gelbart, first draft, September 10, 1990, annotated, 135 pages.

Box 156 , Folder 4

Screenplay by Larry Gelbart, first draft, September 12, 1990, 137 pages.

Box 156 , Folder 5

Screenplay by Larry Gelbart, second draft, December 12, 1990, 135 pages.

Box 156 , Folder 6

Screenplay by Larry Gelbart, March 13 1992, 115 pages. - Revised pages, same date.

Box 156 , Folder 7

Screenplay by Larry Gelbart, revised draft, March 19, 1991, annotated, 118 pages.

Box 157 , Folder 1

Screenplay by Larry Gelbart, revised draft, November 1991-March 1992. 205 scenes/shots.

Box 157 , Folder 2

Screenplay by Larry Gelbart. Draft with laser printer cover sheet, April 7 1991, 43p. Another draft, April 5, 1991, 41p.

Box 157 , Folder 3

Script by Larry Gelbart. Revised draft, with laser printer cover sheet, annotated, April 10, 1991, 139 p. Clipping from L.A. Times "TV Times," March 14-20, 1993.

Box 157 , Folder 4

Script by Larry Gelbart. Fourth Draft, April 22 1991, heavily annotated, 133 p.

Box 157 , Folder 5

Script by Larry Gelbart. Revised draft, October 28 1991, 106 p.

Box 157 , Folder 6

Script by Larry Gelbart. Revised draft, November 1 1991, 112 p.

Box 157 , Folder 7

Screenplay. Revised, 01/17/92, 111 p. [Pages with revisions are noted on title page.]

Box 157 , Folder 8

Revisions of the opening scene, Dated June 23 (8 pages), 24 (12 pages), 25 (16 pages), 27, 1990 (22 pages). Handwritten notes, 2p. Rehearsal schedule, 1p. Revised script pages, March 13 and 27, 1992, 2p.

Box 157 , Folder 9

Revised sections, dated July 21, 29, 31 1992, and September 17 1992. Scene breakdown, April 22, 1991, 11p. Outline of script, October 20, 1990, 3p. Correspondence.

Box 158 , Folder 1

Screenplay. Incomplete script, revision pages, 9/18/92. Handwritten notes, 9/20/92, 4p. Misc. revised script pages. Correspondence re: network standards.

Box 158 , Folder 2

Oneline Schedule, 18 pages, 18 March 1992 and Crew List, 7 pages, March 21, 1992.

Box 158 , Folder 3

Network standards acceptability report with suggested revisions, September 15, 1992.

Box 158 , Folder 4

Research materials: Production book including: Comments on revisions, Research for Major Wall Street Events, Timetable, Major Players, and Story Breakdown. June, 1990.

Box 158 , Folder 5

Research packet for production. Annotated. No date.

Box 158 , Folder 6

Research packet for production. Character studies and articles on major business personalities. Annotated. No date.

Box 158 , Folder 7

Research packet: Corresondence regarding rewrites, Current Research, Reviews, Ross Johnson background and RJR Nabisco background. February, 1990. Annotated. Handwritten notes, 2p.

Box 158 , Folder 8

Correspondence, 1992. Regarding casting and other production concerns.

Box 158 , Folder 9

Clippings, May 1992. Regarding filming. Invitation to Los Angeles premiere screening at Director's Guild, 3/9/93.

Box 159 , Folder 1

Story breakdowns, n.d. and 2/22/90 (2 items). Handwritten notes, 5p. Correspondence. Research materials. Clippings re: "Barbarians at the Gate," Michael Milken, RJR Nabisco, Ivan Boesky, and other related topics.

Box 159 , Folder 2

Articles and reviews. 1992-3. (xerox copies).

Box 159 , Folder 3

Reviews of the production, 1992-3. (Clippings and xerox copies).

Box 159 , Folder 4

Miscellaneous: Barbarians At the Gate Dinner Invitation. - Emmy nomination certificate (1993). - Acceptance speeches (6) with annotations.

Box 159 , Folder 5

Transcript of interview of Larry Gelbart by Maggie Schmidt, with corrections and annotations by Larry Gelbart. - Cover letter explaining corrections, November 17, 1992.

Box 159 , Folder 6

Congratulatory letters to Larry Gelbart regarding ACE and Golden Awards, January 1994. Approx. 50 items.

Box 159 , Folder 7

Publicity, letters, clippings re the 15th Annual National Cable ACE Awards, November 1993. - Letters re the First Annual American Televison Awards, May 1993.

Box 160 , Folder 1

Emmy Awards, 1993: Letters (2) of congratulations. - 3 B/W photos of Larry Gelbart w/people. - Emmy Tickets (4). - HBO Emmy booklet. - Emmys Seating list. - Emmy Program.

Box 160 , Folder 2

Unbound published manuscript. Marked "Keep Hearing Dodger Games -- Election Stuff." Annotated, no date for annotations.

Box 160 , Folder 3

Book: "Barbarians at the Gate: The Fall of RJR Nabsico," by Bryan Burrough and John Helyar, Harper and Row, 1990. Annotated by Larry Gelbart.

 

BARBRA STREISAND AND OTHER MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

 

Box 155 , Folder 3

Script, no author, July 1973, Artists: Ray Charles and Raelets. Incl. shooting and rehearsal schedules, 72 pages. - Typed drafts (4) of monlogue for Barbra Streisand, one annotated [by L.G.].

 

BEDAZZLED (20th Century-Fox, 1967)

 

Box 93 , Folder 1

Shooting script, by Peter Cook, from a story by Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, n.d., 145p.

Box 93 , Folder 2

Partial outline of script, n.d., 27p. Notes and outline, n.d., 12p. Notes, n.d., 4p. Partial outline, 4/8/98, 11p. Outline, first draft, 3/11/98, 30p. Research and correspondence regarding remaking the 1967 film, 12/97 - 2/98. Approx. 30 items.

 

THE BIG BRASS (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 180 , Folder 14

Screenplay by Larry Gelbart, Norman Panama, and Peter Barnes. Draft, 12/01/64, 137 p.

 

BLAME IT ON RIO (20th Century-Fox, 1984)

 

Box 6 , Folder 1

Script. AKA "Love Rio." No author. Dated 4/20/82.

Box 6 , Folder 2

Script by Larry Gelbart. Dated 1/25/83.

Box 6 , Folder 3

Script. No date. No author.

Box 6 , Folder 4

Script by Charlie Peters. AKA "One Little Mistake" Dated 11/13/81.

Box 6 , Folder 5

Script by Charlie Peters. AKA "Carnival." Dated 12/16/81.

Box 6 , Folder 6

Script by Charlie Peters. AKA "Rio." Dated 02/18/82.

Box 6 , Folder 7

Script by Larry Gelbart. AKA "Love Rio." Dated 03/05/83.

Box 7 , Folder 1

Revisions. AKA "Love Rio." Dated 12/30/82 - 1/25/83.

Box 7 , Folder 2

Script by Larry Gelbart. Dated 03/08/83.

Box 7 , Folder 3

Revised pages. Dated 03/12/83.

Box 7 , Folder 4

Continuity script by Larry Gelbart. AKA "Rio." Dated 07/05/83. Annotated.

Box 7 , Folder 5

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Dated (03/08/83), (03/12/83), (07/06/83).

Box 8 , Folder 1

Script. Dated 12/30/82. Revised (01/12/83), (01/20/83), (01/25/83).

Box 8 , Folder 2

Partial script, pp. 1-85. No date. Annotated.

Box 8 , Folder 3

Partial script, pp. 1-96. No date. Annotated.

Box 8 , Folder 4

Script revisions. pp. 1-85. No date. Heavily annotated.

Box 8 , Folder 5

Script revisions. Dated 12/30/82. Annotated.

Box 9 , Folder 8

Clippings, reviews, marketing kit, schedule, personnel list.

Box 10 , Folder 9

Loose pages of scripts, handwritten and typed. Includes revisions December 1982 - August 1983.

Box 198 , Folder 7

Lobby card and ad "introducing Michele Johnson".

 

THE BOB HOPE SHOW (Radio)

 

Box 15 , Folder 2

Sketches, dialogue, back spots, incomplete scripts. 1951-2.

Box 15 , Folder 3

Sketches, dialogue, incomplete scripts. No dates.

Box 18

Sketches, some titled, some dated, some co-written. Additional dialogue and Back Spots for individual shows, some identified by guest star, some by date. Folders 18-41.

Box 19

Folders 1-30: Additional materials (dialogue, back and middle spots) for specificc shows, some identified by date or guest star.

Box 20

Sketches, back spots, additional dialogue, some dated between 1949-1952), some titled. 63 folders.

 

Show # 1-7

Box 8 , Folder 6

Scripts, in chronological order, 9/14/48 - 10/25/48. For NBC Radio. Most scripts signed "Larry Gelbart".

 

Show # 29-35

Box 11 , Folder 1

Scripts. In chronological order: 03/29/49 - 05/10/49. Most signed Larry Gelbart.

 

Show # 36-42

Box 11 , Folder 2

Scripts. In chronological order: 05/17/49 - 09/27/49. Most signed Larry Gelbart.

 

Show # 43-49

Box 11 , Folder 3

Scripts. In chronological order: 10/14/49 - 11/15/49. Most signed Larry Gelbart.

 

Show # 50-56

Box 11 , Folder 4

Scripts. In chronological order: 11/22/49 - 01/03/50. Most signed Larry Gelbart.

 

Show # 57-63

Box 11 , Folder 5

Scripts. In chronological order: 01/10/50 - 02/02/50. Most signed Larry Gelbart.

 

Show # 64-70

Box 11 , Folder 6

Scripts. In chronological order: 02/28/50 - 03/21/50. Most scripts signed Larry Gelbart.

 

Show # 71-77

Box 11 , Folder 7

Scripts. In chronological order: 04/18/50 - 05/30/50. Most signed Larry Gelbart.

 

Show # 78-84

Box 11 , Folder 8

Scripts. In chronological order: 10/03/50 - 11/14/50. Most signed Larry Gelbart.

 

Show # 8-14

Box 8 , Folder 7

Scripts. In chronological order. 11/09/48 - 12/21/48. Most signed Larry Gelbart.

 

Show # 85-91

Box 12 , Folder 1

Scripts. In chronological order: 11/21/50 - 01/02/51. Most signed Larry Gelbart.

 

Show # 91-98

Box 12 , Folder 2

Scripts. In chronological order: 01/09/51 - 02/20/51. Most signed Larry Gelbart.

 

Show # 99-105

Box 12 , Folder 3

Scripts. In chronological order: 02/27/51 - 04/17/51.

 

Show #106-112

Box 12 , Folder 4

Scripts. In chronological order: 04/10/51 - 05/29/51.

 

Show #113-115

Box 12 , Folder 5

Scripts. In chronological order: 06/05/51 - 06/26/51.

 

Show #120-124

Box 12 , Folder 6

Scripts. In chronological order: 10/31/51 - 11/27/51.

 

Show #131-134

Box 12 , Folder 7

Scripts. In chronological order: 01/15/52 - 02/05/52.

 

Show #139-142

Box 12 , Folder 8

Scripts. In chronological order: 02/26/52 - 03/25/52.

 

Show #147-9

Box 12 , Folder 9

Scripts. In chronological order: 05/06/52 - 05/20/52.

 

Show #15-21

Box 8 , Folder 8

Scripts. In chronological order. 12/28/48 - 02/08/49. Most signed Larry Gelbart.

 

Show #22-28

Box 8 , Folder 9

Scripts. In chronological order. 02/15/49 - 03/02/49. Most signed Larry Gelbart.

 

THE BOB HOPE SHOW (Television)

 

Box 15 , Folder 1

Publicity booklet (simulation of Life Magazine), cover autographed by people involved with the show, dated 1949. - Spiral-bound booklet with photographs and cartoons for the "Pacific Tour 1950".

Box 15 , Folder 4

Sketches, dialogue, incomplete scripts. 1951-2. Some signed Larry Gelbart.

Box 19

Folders 31-47: Miscellaneous materials for titled and untitles sketches, identified by guest star, location of show, seldom by date.

 

BREAKDOWN (Project)

 

Box 180 , Folder 5

Outline for script. Written by Larry Gelbart and Stephen Sondheim. No date. 18 pages.

 

CAESAR'S HOUR (Television)

 

Show #31-32

Box 15 , Folder 5

Scripts by Mel Tolkin, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks, et al. 9/26/55 - 10/03/55.

 

Show #33-34

Box 15 , Folder 6

Scripts by Mel Tolkin, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks, et al. 10/10/55 - 10/24/55.

 

Show #35-36

Box 16 , Folder 1

Scripts by Mel Tolkin, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks. 10/31/55 - 11/07/55.

 

Show #38-39

Box 16 , Folder 2

Scripts by Mel Tolkin, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks. 11/28/55 - 12/5/55.

 

Show #40-41

Box 16 , Folder 3

Scripts by Mel Tolkin, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks, et al. 12/19/55 - 12/26/55.

 

Show #42-43

Box 16 , Folder 4

Scripts by Mel Tolkin, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks. 01/02/56 - 01/16/56.

 

Show #44-45

Box 16 , Folder 5

Scripts by Mel Tolkin, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks. 01/23/56 - 02/06/56.

 

Show #46-47

Box 16 , Folder 6

Scripts by Mel Tolkin, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks. 02/13/56 - 02/20/56.

 

Show #48-49

Box 17 , Folder 1

Scripts by Mel Tolkin, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks, et al. 02/27/56 - 03/12/56.

 

Show #50 & #52

Box 17 , Folder 2

Scripts by Mel Tolkin, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks. 03/19/56 & 04/09/56.

 

Show #54-55

Box 17 , Folder 3

Scripts by Mel Tolkin, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks. 04/23/56 - 05/07/56.

 

Show #56 & #58

Box 17 , Folder 4

Scripts by Mel Tolkin, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks. 05/14/56 & 06/04/56.

 

Show #59-60

Box 17 , Folder 5

Scripts by Mel Tolkin, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks. 06/11/56 - 06/18/56.

 

Show #61-62

Box 21 , Folder 1

Scripts by Mel Tolkin, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks. 09/15/56 - 09/22/56.

 

Show #63-64

Box 21 , Folder 2

Scripts by Mel Tolkin, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks. 10/13/56 for both.

 

Show #65-66

Box 21 , Folder 3

Scripts by Mel Tolkin, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks. 10/20/56 - 11/03/56.

 

Show #67 & #69

Box 21 , Folder 4

Scripts by Mel Tolkin, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks. 11/10/56 & 12/01/56.

 

Show #70-71

Box 21 , Folder 5

Scripts by Mel Tolkin, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks. 12/08/56 - 12/15/56.

 

Show #72-73

Box 21 , Folder 6

Scripts by Mel Tolkin, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks. 12/29/56 - 01/05/57.

 

Show #74-75

Box 22 , Folder 1

Scripts by Mel Tolkin, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks, et al. 01/12/57 -01/26/57.

 

Show #76-77

Box 22 , Folder 2

Scripts by Mel Tolkin, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks, et al. 02/02/57 - 02/09/57.

 

Show #79 & #81

Box 22 , Folder 3

Scripts by Mel Tolkin, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks. 03/02/57 & 03/23/57.

 

Show #82-83

Box 22 , Folder 4

Scripts by Mel Tolkin, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks. 03/30/57 - 04/06/57.

 

Show #84-85

Box 22 , Folder 5

Scripts by Mel Tolkin, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks, et al. 04/20/57 -04/27/57.

 

Show #86-87

Box 22 , Folder 6

Scripts by Mel Tolkin, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks. 05/04/57 - 05/18/57.

 

Show #88

Box 22 , Folder 7

Script by Mel Tolkin, Larry Gelbart, Mel Brooks, et al. 05/25/57.

 

CHASTITY BELT (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 144 , Folder 11

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Drafts dated 10/31/66, 61 pages and 139 pages.

 

CHERCHER LA FEMME (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 14 , Folder 1

Film treatment by Larry Gelbart, based on an original screenplay by Roman Polanski & Gerard Brach, Jan.15, 1966, manuscripts: 4p.,4p., 51p.- First draft screenplay, April 18, 1966, manuscript, 184 p.

Box 23 , Folder 1

Original screenplay by Roman Polanski and Gerard Brach. English version by David Stone. 149 p., n.d., heavily annotated.

Box 23 , Folder 2

Film treatment by Larry Gelbart, 15 January, 1966, 50 pages.- Treatment, typed copy with annotations, n.d., 57 pages.

Box 23 , Folder 3

First draft by Larry Gelbart based on script by Roman Polanski and Gerard Brach, 18 April, 1966, 169 pages. - Screenplay by Larry Gelbart based on.., 18 April, 1966, 157 pages.

Box 23 , Folder 4

Screenplay by Larry Gelbart entitled "The Impotence of Being Ernest", revised draft, January 10, 1967, 113 pages, (2 copies).

 

THE CHEVROLET GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY SHOW (Television)

 

Box 23 , Folder 5

Scripts, air date November 3, 1961, 77 pages and 85 pages. Writers: Larry Gelbart and Gary Belkin. Includes rehearsal schedule, and several pages of revisions.

Box 25 , Folder 1

Scripts, air date November 3, 1961, 85 pages w/revisions inserted. - Several pages of revisions.

 

THE CHEVY SHOW (Television)

 

Box 24 , Folder 1

Script (final) for November 2, 1958. [Signed by Larry Gelbart]

 

CHICAGO (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 93 , Folder 3

Script, dated 5/30/98, 121p.

Box 93 , Folder 4

Script, dated 6/7/98, 127p.

Box 93 , Folder 5

Script, dated 4/25/98, 128p.

Box 93 , Folder 6

Photocopied published script of stage play, n.d., 91p. Correspondence and clippings, 10/96 - 2/98. Approx. 30 items.

Box 93 , Folder 7

Script, incomplete, heavily annotated with inserted handwritten pages, n.d., approx. 84p.

Box 93 , Folder 8

Correspondence, 12/97 - 6/98. Misc. script pages, 5/5/98, 8p. 24 items.

Box 181 , Folder 1

Correspondence, 40 items, regarding production, deals with Miramax, rights to the play, origins of the play, etc. One letter includes an article and two others include legal materials. Winter, 1995.

Box 181 , Folder 2

Rewrites and handwritten notes, in packets dated: 2/13/60, 6/2/95, 6/12/95, 6/13/95, 7/2/95, 7/5/95, 9/15/95, 9/27/95, 10/10/95, 11/6/95, 9/13/96, one packet of undated materials.

Box 181 , Folder 3

Screenplay by Larry Gelbart. Music by John Kander, Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Based on the play by Maurine Watkins. Draft, April 15 1996, annotated, 118 p.

Box 181 , Folder 4

Screenplay by Larry Gelbart. Music by John Kander. Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Base on the play by Maurine Watkins. First draft, August 18 1995, annotations, 124 p. 3 copies.

Box 181 , Folder 5

Screenplay: handwritten title page, dated September 16 1995. Draft, annotated, pp. 1-134.

Box 181 , Folder 6

Partial screenplay. No title page. Draft, September 23 1995, pp. 1-42.

Box 182 , Folder 1

Screenplay: No title page. Draft, October 9 1995, 131 p.

Box 182 , Folder 2

Screenplay: No title page. Draft, October 14 1996, 112 p.

Box 182 , Folder 3

Screenplay by Larry Gelbart. Music by John Kander. Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Based on the play by Maurine Watkins. Draft, October 16 1995, 133 p.

Box 182 , Folder 4

Screenplay by Larry Gelbart. Music by John Kander. Lyrics by Frank Ebb. Based on the play by Maurine Watkins. Revised draft, September 24 1996, annotated, 97 p.

Box 182 , Folder 5

Screenplay: No title page. Draft, October 15 1996, 113 p.

 

CITY OF ANGELS (Stage)

 

Box 44 , Folder 1

Facsimilie correspondence re - London Production. Includes some reviews. Materials dated throughout 1993.

Box 44 , Folder 2

"Prompt Book". A Musical Comedy. Book by Larry Gelbart. Music by Cy Coleman. Lyrics by David Zippel. Score copyright 1989, Notable Music Company. Book copyright 1990 by Gelbart, Coleman and Zippel.

Box 44 , Folder 3

Script (same as the "prompt book"), heavily annotated, Revised 10 May 1993.

Box 44 , Folder 4

Prompt book for Japanese Production, 1992.

Box 44 , Folder 5

Play, hardcover published by Applause Theater Book Publishers, New York, 1990. Includes introduction by Larry Gelbart.

Box 44 , Folder 6

Script, heavily annotated, revised July 1, 1995.

Box 44 , Folder 7

Script, heavily annotated, marked "Tab Version", revised June 1, 1993.

Box 45 , Folder 3

Reviews and Press Packets dated throughout 1994. Includes packet from the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts re his donation to the Celebrity Silent Auction, June 1994.

Box 45 , Folder 4

Correspondence (fax) re London cast recording (Notable Music Company) 1993. - Drafts of "From the West Coast to the West End", w/ 2 pp. of ms notes. - Draft and copies of "Real to Reel" Aug. 1993.

Box 45 , Folder 5

Magazine and newspaper clippings re Broadway production. Articles dated throughout 1993.

Box 45 , Folder 6

Handwritten notes for script. No date.

Box 45 , Folder 7

Reviews for production, dated throughout 1991.

Box 45 , Folder 8

Revisions for introduction to the Applause publication of the play Aigust, 1990, 3 copies. - Revisions of article "Flashback"(?) for Souvenir Program, March 1990, 3 copies.

Box 45 , Folder 9

Reviews for various productions. 1991-1993, incl. some interviews. - Revisions of description of play for Tams-Witmark catalog, 1992, 3 copies.

Box 46 , Folder 1

Letters and cards of congratulation regarding opening of show in London, 1993.

Box 46 , Folder 2

Prompt book, "Tab Version", revised June 1, 1993, Tams-Witmark Music Library, Inc., NYC. Heavily annotated.

Box 46 , Folder 3

Script for New York Production, dated 11/01/90. Directed by Michael Blakemore.

Box 46 , Folder 4

Xerox copy of script for New York production, includes note from Andrew Treagus Associates, London.

Box 46 , Folder 5

Piano-Conductor's Score. Tams-Wittmark Music Library, Inc.

Box 46 , Folder 6

"Souvenir Brochure" (3 copies), program, ad flyer, ticket stubs (3) for Prince of Wales Theatre production, incl. some London reviews, 1993. - Intinerary of touring company and reviews, 1993-94.

Box 46 , Folder 7

Prompt book, in Swedish.

Box 46 , Folder 8

Reviews and letters of congratulations, 1992-1994. 5 items.

Box 46 , Folder 9

Vocal selections, published, Notable Music Co., 1990. 64p.

Box 47 , Folder 1

Correspondence with Robert Fox Ltd. re - Laurence Olivier Award, May, September, October, 1994. 4 items.

Box 47 , Folder 2

Program for Norwegian production, 1993. - Shenandoah Summer Music Theatre, 1994. - Two snapshots of ticket line, city unidentified. - 1993 Evening Standard Theatre Guide.

Box 47 , Folder 3

Letters of congratulations re opening, 1991, incl. some reviews. - Correspondence w/ City of Angels Hospice Organization. - Agreement, signed, for New York Public Library videotaping.

Box 47 , Folder 4

Scripts, (prompt book), revised May 25, 1995 with annotations.

Box 47 , Folder 6

Script, revised December 24, 1989.

Box 47 , Folder 7

Newspaper and magazine reviews for various productions, 1991-1993.

Box 47 , Folder 8

Program (2 copies) for Japanese Production. - Bryam Hills High School, 1993. - University of Iowa, Hancher Auditorium, 1991. - University of California, Irvine, n.d.

Box 47 , Folder 9

Correspondence re various productions, including Japan, and regarding interviews. 1992.

Box 47 , Folder 10

Reviews, playbills, and photographs from the German language reviews and playbills. Heobronn, 1995.

Box 47 , Folder 11

Correspondence and clippings, 2/94 - 3/98.

Box 49 , Folder 1

Correspondence and memos re productions, incl. touring company, 1991-1993.

Box 49 , Folder 2

Presskit "1990's Tony Award Winner." - Souvenir Program. - L.A. Performing Arts, Shubert Theater, August 1991. - Tempe, AZ, Gammage Auditorium, 1991. - CBA 68th Annual Christmas...Production, 1991.

Box 112 , Folder 7

Reviews (approx. 60 items) regarding broadway production. 1990.

Box 112 , Folder 8

Reviews (approx. 50 items) for Broadway production. 1989-90.

Box 115 , Folder 2

Script entitled "Death is For Suckers: A Musical Comedy." Music by Cy Coleman, Lyrics by David Zippel and book by Larry Gelbart. Working draft, dated May 1 1988.

Box 115 , Folder 3

Script, marked "COA Book." Book: Gelbart, Music: Coleman, Lyrics: Zippel, Director: Michael Blakemore. Revised draft, January 25 1990.

Box 115 , Folder 4

Legit Grosses as reported in Variety. Summer-Fall 1990.

Box 115 , Folder 5

Reviews (approx. 60 items) 1990. - Typescript, (in 2 acts), marked "Working Draft", entitled "Death Is For Suckers", dated 1/1/88. (Music: Coleman / Lyrics: Zippel).

Box 115 , Folder 6

Reviews regarding Broadway production. 1991. approx. 100 items.

Box 115 , Folder 7

Reviews regarding Broadway production. 1990. approx. 100 items.

Box 116 , Folder 1

Revision notes. Handwritten by Larry Gelbart. No date.

Box 116 , Folder 2

Correspondence (10 items) regarding possible titles for production (Death is For Suckers & Double Exposure). - Title research report re: "Double Exposure," (1989). - Contract.

Box 116 , Folder 3

Production materials - casting, contact sheets, and schedules. October 1989. 20 items.

Box 116 , Folder 4

Notes regarding practices and dress rehersal. Dated 04/06/91, 06/10/91, and 06/06/91. Annotated.

Box 116 , Folder 5

Photograph: Tony awards (1990). David Zipple, Cy Coleman, Larry Gelbart, Pat Gelbart and one unidentified man.

Box 116 , Folder 6

Letters of congratulations. 1989-90. Aprox. 100 items.

Box 116 , Folder 7

Cards of congratulations. 1989-90. 50 items.

Box 116 , Folder 8

Miscellaneous regarding a benefit performance for City of Angels Hospitce (06/05/91). - Invitation - Program - Article for the program by David S. Koslow - Materials for Koslow - Misc. corresondence.

Box 116 , Folder 9

Script, in Danish. Translated by Jesper Kjaer. No date on translation.

Box 116 , Folder 10

Copy for ads for West coast production. Heavilly annotated. 1989.

Box 117 , Folder 1

Outline - Balance of Act One. July 27, 1984. No author.

Box 117 , Folder 2

Revisions to book by Larry Gelbart. Annotated. Spring 1988. 6 items.

Box 117 , Folder 3

Revisions to lyrics. Spring 1988.

Box 117 , Folder 4

Revisions to Book and to Lyrics. 1989. 28 items.

Box 117 , Folder 5

Script for Act One Only. Entitled "Death is for Suckers." Draft, dated June 15 1987.

Box 117 , Folder 6

Script entitled "Death is For Suckers: A New Musical Comedy." Working draft, June 16 1987.

Box 117 , Folder 7

Script entitled "Death is For Suckers: A New Musical Comedy." June 17, 1987.

Box 118 , Folder 1

Script entitled "Death is For Suckers: A New Musical Comedy." Working draft, January 1 1988, annotated.

Box 118 , Folder 2

Segment scripts for 1990 Tony Awards presentation (May 30, 1991). Includes rundown of Awards Ceremony.

Box 118 , Folder 3

Reviews for Los Angeles production. 1991.

Box 118 , Folder 4

Reviews for Los Angeles production. 1991.

Box 118 , Folder 5

Casting for Production. October 1990.

Box 118 , Folder 6

Press packet with photos (6). - Ad for "Angels Care: A cabaret to benefit Broadway Cares," April 7 1990. - Program from Hospice Follies 1990.

Box 118 , Folder 7

Story board for City of Angels advertisment (television?). Re: Broadway performance. No date.

Box 119 , Folder 1

Press packet to promote the play after receiving the Tony Award (1991). - Orange county program (Nov. 1991) - Programs and souveniers from the Schubert Production (June 5, 1991).

Box 119 , Folder 2

Script entitled "Death is for Suckers." Working draft, November 15 1988.

Box 119 , Folder 3

Script entitled "Death is For Suckers." Working draft, December 15 1988, annotated.

Box 119 , Folder 4

Script entitled "Death is For Suckers." Working title, draft, February 1989.

Box 119 , Folder 5

Script entitled "Death is For Suckers: A Musical Comedy." Music: Coleman, Lyrics: Zippel, Book: Gelbart. Draft, April 15 1989.

Box 119 , Folder 6

Script entitled "Double Exposure: A Musical Comedy." Director: Michael Blakemore. Draft, May 5 1989.

Box 119 , Folder 7

Script draft September 1, 1989. Marked "Larry Gelbart."

Box 120 , Folder 1

Playbills for the 1990 Tony Awards at the Lunt-Fontanne Theater. June 3, 1990. Includes invitation, ticket stubs, and seating arrangements.

Box 120 , Folder 2

Two playbills from the Virginia Theater and Two Vocal Selection books from the play.

Box 120 , Folder 3

Partial script entitled "Death is For Suckers." includes outline. Dated June - October 1982. Partially handwritten, annotated.

Box 120 , Folder 4

Script entitled "Death is for Suckers." Typed draft of act one (07/13/83). - Outline for act one (01/10/83). - Handwritten draft of act one (07/08/83).

Box 120 , Folder 5

Revised pages, typed, 06/10/85. - Handwritten draft, no date.

Box 120 , Folder 6

Script: Prologue-Act One, March 11 1987. - Act I, March 20th. - Annotated Act I, March 9th. - Rev. pages, March 25th. - Handwritten outline, January 27 1987.

Box 125 , Folder 7

Proof for publication of the musical by Applause Theatre Books, 1990, 166 pages.

Box 126 , Folder 5

Script by Larry Gelbart. Handwritten draft, no date, annoated.

Box 126 , Folder 6

Outlines and notes for book. Handwritten by Larry Gelbart. No date.

Box 196 , Folder 1

Piano conductor scores for various numbes.

Box 198 , Folder 1

Color photographs, 6 items 8x10, 3 items 11x14.

Box 198 , Folder 2

Artwork for advertisement, color.

 

CITY OF ANGELS (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 47 , Folder 5

Screenplay adaption, heavily annotated by Joe Leonards. Cover letter, June 1, 1995.

 

COMMAND PERFORMANCE (Radio)

 

Box 25 , Folder 2

Christmas 1946. Script by Larry Gelbart, et al., dated September 9, 1946. [Signed Larry Gelbart]

 

Show #234-243

Box 24 , Folder 2

Radio scripts for the Armed Forces Radio Service, by Larry Gelbart et al. Volume I: June 18 - August 20, 1946. [Several signed by Larry Gelbart]

 

Show #244-249, #252-254

Box 24 , Folder 3

Radio scripts by Larry Gelbart, et al., Volume II: August 27 - November 5, 1946. [Most signed by Larry Gelbart]

 

Show #255, #257-262, #268-270

Box 24 , Folder 4

Radio scripts by Larry Gelbart, et al., November 12, 26, 1946 - January 2, 1947, February 11-25, 1947. [Most signed by Larry Gelbart]

 

Show #271-279, #336

Box 24 , Folder 5

Radio scripts by Larry Gelbart, et al., March 4 - April 29,1947, June 15, 1948. [Most signed by Larry Gelbart]

 

THE CONQUERING HERO (Musical)

 

Box 14 , Folder 2

Scores with lyrics for musical numbers, handwritten. Music by Moose Charlop, lyrics by Norman Gimbal. Incl. one song with words and music by Larry Gelbart and Sheldon Keller.

Box 25 , Folder 3

Drafts of Act I: "original script", "second draft", "third draft". Uncollated pages for individual scenes, some dated December 5, 6, 7, 1960.

Box 25 , Folder 4

Two revisions for Act I. - Uncollated pages for numerous revised scenes. Some dated in December 1960.

Box 25 , Folder 5

Drafts of Act II: "first draft". - Scenes 1-11. - 2 sets of manuscript notes. Scenes 1-7 (incomplete). - Uncollated revisions of individual scenes, pages dated in December 1960

Box 25 , Folder 6

Revised scripts, entitled "The Hero", two acts. n.d. Book by Larry Gelbart, lyrics by Norman Gimbal, music by Moose Charlop, Robert Whitehead, Producers Theatre, NYC.

Box 26 , Folder 1

Pages of revisions for Act I and II. Some dated in December 1960.

Box 26 , Folder 2

Playbills, November 1960 - Jan. 1961 (New Haven, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C, New York), Souvenir Programs (2 copies).

Box 26 , Folder 3

Congratulatory letters and telegrams, November 1960 - January 1961. Incl. one clipping/review.

Box 26 , Folder 4

Photographs, Moose Charlop and Norman Gimbal. 2 items.

 

THE DANNY KAYE SHOW (Television)

 

"Pilot"

Box 151 , Folder 9

Script by Mel Tolkin, Sheldon Keller, Herbert Baker, Sual Ilson, Ernest Chambers, and Larry Gelbart. - Draft, 08/10/63, 44 p.

 

Episode # 2

Box 151 , Folder 10

Script by Herbert Baker, Mel Tolkin, Sheldon Keller, Saul Ilson, Ernest Chambers, and Larry Gelbart. Draft, 08/17/63, 71 p.

 

PRIMER

Box 151 , Folder 8

Typed notes for episode, 8 p. - Handwritten version. 2 items.

 

DUFFY'S TAVERN (Radio)

 

Box 26 , Folder 5

Scripts, signed "Larry Gelbart", September 21 - November 21, 1945. 10 episodes. - Script for Preview, April 25, 1945.

Box 26 , Folder 6

Scripts, signed "Larry Gelbart", November 29, 1945 - February 1, 1946. 10 episodes.

Box 26 , Folder 7

Scripts, signed "Larry Gelbart", February 8 - April 17, 1946. 11 episodes.

Box 26 , Folder 8

Scripts, nos 1-10, by Larry Gelbart, et al., October 2 - December 4, 1946. [Signed "Larry Gelbart"]

Box 27 , Folder 1

Scripts, nos. 11-21, by Larry Gelbart, et al., December 11, 1946-February 19, 1947. [Signed "Larry Gelbart"]

Box 27 , Folder 2

Script materials by Larry Gelbart, Sid Dorfman, and Vince Bogert for 1st, 2nd, 3rd spots and monologues. 1945-1946.

 

DUPONT SHOW OF THE MONTH (Television)

 

Box 173 , Folder 2

"Revised Outline of Revue for..", by Larry Gelbart. No date, 11 p.

 

THE ECSTASY BUSINESS (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 14 , Folder 3

Manuscript of screenplay (scenes 1-290), 141 pages, n.d. - Typed script (scenes 1-274), 138 pages, heavily annotated, pages inserted, n.d.

Box 14 , Folder 4

Manuscript for scenes 1 through 104, 51 pages. - Typed and manuscript scenes 1 through 331, 166 pages plus inserts.

Box 14 , Folder 5

Handwritten notes for scenes 1 through 76 and 15 through 44. - Ms notes "Loose T.E.B.", 3 pages. - Suggested cast, 4 pages. - Unsigned letter to Voiceprint Laboratories, n.d. - 2 sets of 'scene cards'.

Box 27 , Folder 3

Screenplay Larry Gelbart. From the novel by Richard Condon. July 1, 1968, 138 pages. - Carbon copy marked "First Draft", dated 10 July 1968, 138 pages.

Box 27 , Folder 4

Carbon copy of "First Draft", 144 pages, n.d. - Synopsis, cover page dated August 1969, 27 pages, with 2-page "Background". - Partial scripts, shots 1-100, 512 pages.

Box 27 , Folder 5

Screenplay by Larry Gelbart, dated April 15, 1969, 138 pages.

Box 30 , Folder 1

Screenplay, some annotations, n.d., 145 pages.

Box 36 , Folder 1

Correspondence with Richard Condon related to script and production issues, 1968-1972.

 

ESCAPE (Television Project)

 

Box 189 , Folder 9

Outline for a dramatic series, February 1, 1955, 2 p. Written by Larry Gelbart. Includes MS draft.

 

EYE.CON (Stage)

 

Box 143 , Folder 7

A Cautionary Comedy by Larry Gelbart and Gary Markovitz. Drafts (2), May 21 1989, 11 p. - Draft, June 1 1989. - Correspondence.

 

EYE.CON (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 143 , Folder 10

Scripts by Larry Gelbart, Gary Markowitz, Denis Boiteau, and David Stansfield. Draft, no date, 124 p. - Draft, no date, 120 p.

 

THE FACE IS FAMILIAR (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 180 , Folder 6

Screenplay by Arthur Ross and Larry Gelbart. Marked "first drafrt, #3." No date. 36 p.

 

FAIR GAME (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 30 , Folder 2

Screenplay, 159 pages. includes 2-page letter to Charles K. Feldman by Stanley Shapiro, 4-26-60.

Box 30 , Folder 3

Screenplay, carbon copy, n.d., 146 pages.

Box 30 , Folder 4

Screenplay by Larry Gelbart, September 25, 1961 (Prod. # 8593), 170 pages. - Loose pages (revisions). - Handwritten notes, total of 9 pages.

 

FAST TRACK (Television)

 

Box 13 , Folder 3

Correspondence and memos, 7/97 - 11/97. 11 items.

Box 13 , Folder 4

Press kit, 4/97, 23p. Correspondence and memos, 11/97 - 1/98. 26 items.

Box 13 , Folder 5

Correspondence and photocopied clippings, 1/98 - 3/98. 7 items.

Box 193 , Folder 8

Script entitled "Savage Tales of Speed" by Gary Markowitz, revised, 4/8/97, 111p.

Box 194 , Folder 2

Correspondence, memos, and notes, 1/97 - 6/97. - Shooting schedule, 5/28/97, 42p. - Director's prep schedule, 5/27/97, 1p. - Crew list, 5/23/97, 9p. Approx. 80 items.

Box 194 , Folder 3

Correspondence, memos, and notes, 7/97 - 8/97. approx. 100 items.

Box 194 , Folder 4

Correspondence, memos, and congratulatory cards, 9/97 - 10/97. Approx. 90 items.

Box 194 , Folder 5

Clippings and photocopies of clippings, 8/97. Approx. 100 items.

 

"Pilot"

Box 193 , Folder 9

Script, revised final draft, missing cover page, 5/16/97, 111p.

 

BECKETT'S RETURN

Box 192 , Folder 1

Pilot script by Gary Markowitz, revised final draft, 5/20/97, 59p. - Revised final draft, 5/30/97, 52p. - Revised pages, 6/20/97, 6p. - Revised pages, 6/23/97,4p. - Revised pages, 7/3/97, 4p.

 

CANNIBALIZATION

Box 194 , Folder 1

Packet of notes and reference materials, 5/2/97 - 6/1/97, 59p.

 

CHANGE OF HEART

Box 61 , Folder 2

Script by Gary Johnson, 1/12/98, 57p. - Script, 1/12/98, 58p. - Revised pages, 1/12/98, 3p.

 

COMBUSTION

Box 34 , Folder 1

Script by Seth Freeman, revised draft, 8/13/97, 61p. - Revised pages, 8/9/97, 7p. - Revised pages, 8/13/97, 19p. - Revised pages, 8/14/97, 5p. - Revised pages, 8/15/97, 3p. - Revised pages, 8/17/97, 22p.

 

DECONSTRUCTING EAGLE RIDGE

Box 61 , Folder 1

Script by Gary Markowitz, revised draft, 1/6/98, 79p. - Script, 1/8/98, 60p. Script, 1/12/98, 58p. - Script, 1/14/98, 58p. - Revised pages, 1/9/98, 10p - Revised pages, 1/15/98, 11p.

 

FAST MONEY

Box 192 , Folder 5

Script by Peter Hume, revised final draft, 7/22/97, 57p. - Revised pages, 7/23/97, 14p. - Revised pages, 7/24/97, 4p. - Revised pages, 7/30/97, 1p.

 

FATHERS AND SONS

Box 34 , Folder 3

Script by Seth Freeman, internal draft, 6/23/97, 55p. - Script, final draft, 6/25/97, 61p - Script, revised final, 7/3/97, 58p. - Script, 7/7/97, 60p. - Script, 7/10/97, 60p.

Box 34 , Folder 4

Script by Seth Freeman, revised final, 7/14/97, 55p. - Revised pages, 7/16/97, 8p. - Revised pages, 7/17/97, 7p. - Revised pages, 7/18/97, 3p. - Revised pages, 7/24/97, 2p.

 

FIGHTING WORDS

Box 53 , Folder 2

Script, "staff written first draft," 10/3/97, 59p.

Box 53 , Folder 3

Script by Gary R. Johnson, revised draft, 10/6/97, 62p. - Script, 10/9/97, 65p. - Revised pages, 10/15/97, 18p. - Revised pages, 10/16/97, 15p.

 

GOING JAPANESE

Box 34 , Folder 2

Script by Gary Markowitz, revised draft, 11/11/97, 63p. - Script, 11/5/97, 62p. - Revised pages, 11/17/97, 33p. - Revised page, 11/19/97, 1p. - Revised pages, 11/21/97, 2p. - Revised page, 11/24/97, 1p.

 

GRUDGE

Box 192 , Folder 6

Packet of notes and outlines for episode, by Gary Johnson, 9/28/97 - 9/29/97. 35p.

 

GUYS WITH GUNS

Box 34 , Folder 5

Script by Ashley Gable & Thomas A. Swyden, revised draft, 12/17/97, 58p. - Script, 12/18/97, 56p. - Script, 1/2/98, 56p. - Revised pages, 12/19/97, 15p. - Revised pages, 1/5/98, 8p. - Revised pages, 1/6/98, 4p.

 

JEFF'S BACK

Box 13 , Folder 6

Script by Stephen McPherson, revised draft, 11/26/97, 57p. - Script, 12/2/97, 58p. - Script, 12/5/97, 58p. - Revised pages, 12/3/97, 12p. - Revised pages, 12/8/97, 7p.

 

KAT'S CRADLE

Box 53 , Folder 1

Script by Anne Beatts, revised draft, 10/24/97, 64p. - Script, 11/3/97, 63p. - Revised pages, 11/4/97, 19p. - Revised pages, 11/6/97, 4p. - Revised pages, 11/7/97, 2p.

 

KENNEDY GETS A RIDE

Box 193 , Folder 3

Script by Allison Adler, writer's draft, n.d., 58p.

Box 193 , Folder 4

Script by Allison Adler, published draft, 9/11/97, 79p.

 

LAP OF FAITH

Box 192 , Folder 4

Script entitled "Act of Faith" by Ashley Gable & Thomas A. Swyden, writer's second draft, 6/22/97, 52p. - Script, 6/24/97, 54p. - Script, 6/27/97, 54p. - Script, 7/2/97, 54p. -Revised pages, 7/1/97, 6p. - Revised pages, 7/2/97, 26p.

Box 192 , Folder 4

Revised pages, 7/3/97, 6p. Revised pages, 7/4/97, 5p. Revised pages, 7/7/97, 21p.

 

LIFE IN THE FAST LANE

Box 193 , Folder 5

Script, writer's second draft, missing cover page, 9/15/97, 59p.

 

REAL TIME

Box 193 , Folder 6

Script by Roger Lowenstein, 10/16/97, 58p. - Script, 10/21/97, 59p. - Script, 10/24/97, 58p. - Revised pages, 10/29/97, 19p. - Notice of Intended Writing Credits, Writers Guild of Canada, 11/4/97 (3 items).

Box 193 , Folder 7

Script by Roger Lowenstein, revised draft, 10/21/97, 59p.

 

SIBLING RIVALRY

Box 53 , Folder 4

Script by Ashley Gable & Thomas A. Swyden, writers' first draft, 9/22/97, 59p.

Box 53 , Folder 5

Script by Ashley Gable & Thomas A. Swyden, revised draft, 9/26/97, 63p. - Script, 9/30/97, 63p. - Script, 10/2/97, 58p. - Revised pages, 10/3/97, 19p. - Revised pages, 10/6/97, 22p. - Revised pages, 10/7/97, 8p.

 

SQUEEZED OUT

Box 193 , Folder 2

Script by Denise Boiteau-Stansfield & David Stansfield, writers' second draft, 7/23/97, 61p. - Outline, 7/1/97, 8p (2). - Gary Markowitz's notes, 9/8/97, 2p. 4 items.

 

SWEET THUNDER

Box 192 , Folder 2

Script by Gary Markowitz, revised final draft, annotated, 5/30/97, 52p. - Revised pages, 6/2/97, 18p. - Revised pages, 6/6/97, 11p. - Revised pages, 6/9/97, 3p. - Revised pages, 6/20/97, 3p.

 

THE GOOD OLD DAYS

Box 13 , Folder 1

Script by Sean Ryerson, revised draft, 11/19/97, 59p.- Script, 11/21/97, 60p. - Revised pages, 11/24/97, 25p. - Revised pages, 11/25/97, 8p. - Revised pages, 11/26/97, 6p. - Revised pages, 11/28/97, 8p.

Box 13 , Folder 2

Script by Sean Ryerson, writer's second draft, 11/6/97, 59p. - Script, revised draft, 11/17/97, 59p. - Master shooting schedule, 11/25/97, 27p. - "Blue one-liner," 11/24/97, 4p. - "Internal pink cast list," 11/24/97, 6p.

 

THE RACE FAN

Box 192 , Folder 3

Script by Burt Prelutsky, final draft, 6/16/97, 63p. - Final draft, 6/23/97, 59p. - Revised pages, 6/24/97, 15p.

 

THE TEMPTATION OF BECKETT

Box 13 , Folder 7

Script by Julie Friedgen, second draft, 12/9/97, 60p. - Script, revised draft, 12/12/97, 60p. - Script, 12/15/97, 60p . - Revised pages, 12/9/97, 3p. - Revised pages, 12/17/97, 2p.

 

THE WHOLE TRUTH

Box 13 , Folder 8

Script by Ashley Gable & Thomas A. Swyden, revised final, 8/5/97, 56p. Revised pages, 8/6/97, 9p. Revised pages, 8/7/97, 13p.

 

TRIANGLE

Box 53 , Folder 7

Script by Ashley Gable & Thomas A. Swyden, 9/15/97, 69p.

Box 53 , Folder 8

Script by Ashley Gable & Thomas A. Swyden, 9/16/97, 57p. - Revised pages, 9/17/97, 9p. - Revised pages, 9/21/97, 4p. - Revised pages, 10/6/97, 2p.

 

TRUTH AND CONSEQUENCES

Box 193 , Folder 1

Script by Ashley Gable & Thomas A. Swyden, writers' second draft, 5/21/97, 64p. - Script, revised by Gelbart, 5/24/97, 62p.

 

WINNERS AND SINNERS

Box 53 , Folder 6

Script by Roger Lowenstein, published draft, 9/16/97, 60p. -Revised pages, 9/25/97, 9p. - Revised pages, 9/29/97, 4p. - Revised pages, 9/30/97, 5p. - Revised page, 10/1/97, 1p.

 

FAST TRACK (Showtime, 1997)

 

Box 164 , Folder 12

Correspondence regarding development of project and contract negotiations, aka "Savage Tales of Speed" with Showtime Network. Dates range Fall 1995 - Spring 1997. Approx. 100 items.

Box 182 , Folder 6

Revision pages (13 packets), entitled "Savage Tales of Speed." Dated October 3-12, 1996. Some materials are annotated.

Box 182 , Folder 7

Screenplay entitled "Savage Tales of Speed." No title page, draft, no date, 125 p.

Box 182 , Folder 8

Screenplay entitled "Savage Tales of Speed" Handwritten title page marked "Savage, first draft, GM." Draft, September 16, 1996, annotated, 139 p.

Box 183 , Folder 1

Screenplay entitled "Savage Tales of Speed." Marked "GM w/ LG changes." Draft, dated December 2, 1996. 124 pages.

Box 183 , Folder 2

Screenplay entitled "Savage Tales of Speed" by Gary Markowitz. First draft, October 11 1996, 125 p. 2 copies.

Box 191 , Folder 7

Script by Gary Markowitz. Revised. April 8, 1997. 111 pages.

Box 191 , Folder 8

Script entitled "Savage Tales of Speed" by Gary Markowitz. Second revised. January 24, 1997. 115 pages.

Box 191 , Folder 9

Script entitled "Savage Tales of Speed" by Gary Markowitz. Second draft, December 4, 1996. 127 pages.

Box 191 , Folder 10

Notes for script revisions and character development. February 27 - March 22, 1997. 10 items.

Box 191 , Folder 11

Publicity materials. Alliance magazine ad with a preview of poster art. - Copy for upcoming articles and publicity materials. - AOL newsgroup articles, March-April 1997, 6 items.

 

FIRST ROW CENTER (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 180 , Folder 7

Film treatment by Richard Joseph and Cary Pepper, Property of Larry Gelbart, Allan Pepper and Stanley Snadowsky, no date, 65 p. - Story memorandum, by Sherry Coben, no date, 11 p.

 

THE FLINSTONES (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 189 , Folder 13

"The Flinstones Conversion." Packet of notes re: possibility of Gelbart adapting "The Flinstones" into a live-action motion picture, 6/1/92, 5p.

 

FRANK (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 164 , Folder 4

Handwritten notes regarding scripts. Summer 1993. Correspondence.

Box 168 , Folder 5

Script by Andy Breckman and revised by Larry Gelbart. Draft, April 4 1995, 120 p.

Box 168 , Folder 6

Script. No title page. Draft, March 30 1995, annotated, 119 p.

Box 168 , Folder 7

Cover letter w/ revision pages & an article (11/17/93). - Outline, no date, 7 p. - Breakdowns (43) annotated: nd, 2/15, 1/30/95 & 1/17/95. - Pretitles sequence, 2/28/95, annotated, 24 p.

Box 168 , Folder 8

Notes by Jerry Zucker with cover letter, 07/29/96. - Notes by Larry Gelbart, 05/08/96, some handwritten, 5 p. - Outline, 11/27/95, 16 p.

Box 168 , Folder 9

Script. No title page. Draft, 03/29/95, annotated, 110 p.

Box 168 , Folder 10

Script, Draft, 03/13/94, with laser printer cover page, 131 p.

Box 168 , Folder 11

Revisions and correspondence re: revision with Zucker Productions, August 1993.

Box 168 , Folder 12

Script marked "Final 2nd draft, April 15 1995," 120 p.

Box 169 , Folder 1

Script [missing title page.] No date. Annotated. 116 pages.

Box 169 , Folder 2

Script [missing title page.] Draft, March 3 1995, annotated, 118 p.

Box 169 , Folder 3

Script. Annotated, no date, 120 p.

Box 169 , Folder 4

Script by Andy Breckman and revised by Larry Gelbart. Revised draft, March 14 1994, 127 p.

Box 169 , Folder 5

Script [with laser printer title page], revised draft, 02/14/94, 14 p.

Box 169 , Folder 6

Step outlines, 3 items. One is annotated. None are dated.

Box 169 , Folder 7

Outline with some dialogue: - Draft, 01/10/94, 19 p. - Draft, 11/22/93, 23 p. - Draft, no date, 13 p.

Box 169 , Folder 8

Outlines beginning with the murder investigation. Draft, 01/11/94, annotated, 17 p. - Draft, 01/10/94, annotated, 16 p. - Draft, 02/07/94, annotated, 24 p.

Box 169 , Folder 9

Breakdowns (10 items), dated January 31 - February 28, 1995. Some have cover letters attached.

Box 169 , Folder 10

Script by Larry Gelbart [with laser printer cover sheet]. Draft, 03/06/94, 131 p.

Box 170 , Folder 1

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft, March 19 1995, 80 p.

Box 170 , Folder 2

Incomplete scripts by Larry Gelbart. Drafts dated March 4 - 12, 1995. First act only.

Box 180 , Folder 12

Screenplay. No title page. No date. Heavily annotated. 122 pages.

Box 180 , Folder 13

Scene breakdowns (3): - March 2, 1995, 27 pages. - March 4, 1995, annotated, 28 pages. - November 13, 1995, 7 pages.

 

A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM (Stage)

 

Box 28 , Folder 1

Clippings regarding 1996 revival of play. Includes some clippings from previous performances.

Box 28 , Folder 2

Drafts, revisions and copies of article by Larry Gelbart for The New York Times, includes responses from NYT editor, April, 1996.

Box 28 , Folder 3

"Komoedie Im Forum". German translation by Frank Thannhauser. No date.

Box 28 , Folder 4

Script for 1996 revival, dated 03/02/96. Marked - "Rehearsal, run through 03/04/96, 890 Broadway, NYC" and signed by Larry Gelbart. Heavy annotations.

Box 28 , Folder 5

Drafts for introduction to published version of play. Numerous revisions, all heavily annotated. May, 1990.

Box 28 , Folder 6

Playbills for various productions. 1) Playbill for York Theater, includes ticket stub dated 04/13/91. 2) Playbill for Fox Theater, 1991. Also includes reviews for these two productions.

Box 28 , Folder 7

Correspondence between Music Theater International and various theaters regarding possible productions of the play. 1984-86.

Box 28 , Folder 8

Miscellaneous: - Photograph for 1996 revival. - Postcards from a London production. - Article in WGAw New, June 1980 by Larry Gelbart. - Good luck wish from Hildy and Alexander H. Cohen, 1962(?)

Box 28 , Folder 9

Clippings, 1996 production. - Program, St. James Theater, NYC. - Congratulatory telegram and card.

Box 30 , Folder 5

Copy of "Sur le Chemin du Forum" by Raymond Castans, incl. some notes by Larry Gelbart.

Box 30 , Folder 6

"A Farce with Music". Book by Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, n.d., 117 pages. - "Unitled Musical", 47 pages.

Box 30 , Folder 7

Synopsis for Act I and Act II. - Synposis, heavily annotated, 54 pages. - Scene summary, 13 pages. - Synposis "Roman Comedy", 6 pages. - Handwritten notes, 4 sheets.

Box 31 , Folder 1

"An Untitled Musical", book by Bert Shevelove and Larry Gelbart, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Annotated draft, 130 pages, heavily n.d. - "Untitled Musical", Act I (61 p.), Act II (64 p.)

Box 31 , Folder 2

"An Untitled Musical", Act I, 86 pages, n.d. - Incomplete script Act I, ppp. 1-63, Act II, pp. 64-126, 2-27, 2-71.

Box 31 , Folder 3

"An Untitled Musical", carbon copy w/annotations, dated July 1, 1960, Act I - 61 pages, Act II - 64 pages. - Carbon copy, heavily annotated, n.d., Act I - 75 pages, Act II - pages 18-67 (incomplete).

Box 31 , Folder 4

"An Untitled Musical", 2 copies of script, n.d. , Act I - 59 pages, Act II - 61 pages.

Box 31 , Folder 5

Script, n.d. for Act I - 84 pages, Act II - 5 pages (incomplete). - Script, n.d., marked "Final Revision", for Act I - 65 pages.

Box 31 , Folder 6

Script, Final Version, n.d., Act I - 76 pages, Act II - 51 pages.

Box 33 , Folder 1

Script, n.d., draft # 21 w/annotations, Act I - 84 pages, Act II - 72 pages.

Box 33 , Folder 2

Script, n.d., drafts #8 and 31, Act I - 58 pages, Act II - 43 pages.

Box 33 , Folder 3

Script w/annotations, coypright 1957, draft #9, Act I - 59 pages, Act II - 49 pages.

Box 33 , Folder 4

Scripts, Final Version, n.d., draft #24 and 31A w/ annotations, Act I - 69 pages, Act II - 36 pages.

Box 33 , Folder 5

Scripts, n.d. Draft # 13: Act I - 84 pages, Act II - 17 pages (incomplete). - Draft #4: Act I - 84 pages, Act II - 35 pages (incomplete).

Box 35 , Folder 1

Script. Marked: "Final - Opening Date New York May 8, 192." Act I - 69 pages, Act II - 36 pages. - Property list, Protean's Props for Opening, Costume Plot.

Box 35 , Folder 2

Script, final version, Marked "Las Vegas Version", revised, renumbered, 104 pages. - Photocopy of scripts, marked "Cut Version for Las Vegas", 79 pages.

Box 35 , Folder 3

Two carbon copies of script, n.d., 117 pages, one with annotations.

Box 35 , Folder 4

Script, Final Version, April 14, 1980, incl. loose pages, Act I - 70 pages, Act II - 37 pages. - Possible casting list for London production, 4 pages. - Two photographs of Frankie Howard (actor).

Box 35 , Folder 5

Notes and suggestions from Milton Berle, n.d. (8 pages). - "Open Letter to Titus Maccius Plautus", by Larry Gelbart and Burt Shevelove, n.d. (3 pages).

Box 35 , Folder 6

Typed and handwritten notes and drafts for dialogues and lyrics. Incl. description of songs "Purpose of Songs" (6 pages).

Box 35 , Folder 7

Correspondence, June 1994-November 1995 regarding the revival of musical.

Box 35 , Folder 8

Playbill and reviews for revival of musical. 1996.

Box 36 , Folder 2

Galleys with some corrections. No date.

Box 36 , Folder 3

Correspondence 1962 - 1984. Personal and professional, related to several different productions. Approximately 100 items.

Box 36 , Folder 4

Sheet music for musical numbers: "Love Is In The Air", "I Do Like You", "Love, I Hear", copyright 1962.

Box 36 , Folder 8

Set plans for the production at the Chichester Festival, 1986.

Box 36 , Folder 9

Chichester Festival programs, 1986. Incl. ticket stubbs, various programs re. festival, and press releases. Production with Frankie Howard.

Box 37 , Folder 1

Reviews for revival. 1996.

Box 37 , Folder 2

Principal Chorus and Vocal Book. Published by Music Theatre International, New York.

Box 37 , Folder 3

Photocopy of director/stage manager's script, n.d., with stage directions in pencil, Act I - 70 pages, Act II - 37 pages.

Box 37 , Folder 6

Chichester Festival, 1986. Casting calls, audition schedules, correspondence, etc.

Box 37 , Folder 7

Playbills, 1960s. June and July, 1962 (New York). Jan., 1963 (New York). May, 1964 (New York). Jan., 1965 (Miami). 1965, (Las Vegas). Miscellanous flyers, incl. a postcard.

Box 37 , Folder 8

Playbills 1960s (Europe). 1962-1967 (London). 1964 (Paris). July 1964 (Sydney, Australia).

Box 38 , Folder 1

Partially collated, loose pages of script materials for Act I and II, some pages annotated.

Box 38 , Folder 2

Playbills 1970s. March and April, 1972 (New York). October-November, 1972 (Los Angeles).

Box 38 , Folder 3

Playbills, 1980's. April, 1980 (Los Angeles). June, 1983 (Johannesburg, South Africa). May, 1985 (Santa Barbara). June-July, 1989 (Pasadena).

Box 38 , Folder 4

Drafts and galleys of the introduction to the play to be published by Applause, dated 12/18/89. 9 drafts, incl. final draft, dated 4/27/90.

Box 38 , Folder 5

Play, published by Dodd, Mead & Co, 1985, 214 p. - Libretto published by Music Theatre International, New York.

Box 38 , Folder 7

Congratulatory telegrams, premiere May, 1962, Alvin Theatre, NYC.

Box 38 , Folder 8

Cast lists for various productions, some dated 1982 and 1983. 6 items.

Box 38 , Folder 9

Cippings/reviews, 1964, road company.

Box 38 , Folder 10

Clippings, London production, 1962.

Box 42 , Folder 1

Clippings, 1962 - 1970.

Box 42 , Folder 2

Clippings, 1970. Including Phil Silvers production.

Box 42 , Folder 3

Clippings, 1980's, incl. Frankie Howard remake and Mickey Rooney production. Also incl. clippings for small company productions.

Box 42 , Folder 4

Handwritten notes on plot and characters, 5 pages. - Handwritten notes/staging direction for Chase 1 through 5. - Sketches of floor plans # 1 through 5. - 2 pages of notes.

Box 160 , Folder 6

Playbill, St. James Theater, Vol. 96, No. 7, 7/96. Correspondence, memos, clippings, and photocopies of clippings, 3/97 - 9/97. Approx. 60 items.

Box 189 , Folder 1

Reviews for the Nathan Lane performance (1996 Revival). June - December 1996. Approx. 50 items.

Box 189 , Folder 2

Reviews for the Whoopi Goldberg performace (1997 revival) and concerns over her taking over for Nathan Lane. December 1996 - March 1997. Approx. 100 items.

Box 189 , Folder 3

Congratulatory letters , 12 items (8/96 - 3/97). - Drafts for articles written by Larry Gelbart or about Larry Gelbart (4/96 - 11/96), 4 items. - Rewrites for Whoopi Goldberg (2/97) - Misc. production materials.

Box 189 , Folder 4

Playbill for Whoopi Goldberg performance at the St. James Theatre (2/97). - The Sondheim Review (Winter 1997). - Ads for Forum and a photo from play.

Box 189 , Folder 5

Clippings and correspondence, including materials regarding the casting of David Allen Grier. 9/97 - 12/97.

Box 196 , Folder 2

Piano conductor scores for various numbers.

Box 198

Plautus, 5 five volumes. English translation by Paul Nixon. Reprints: vols. 1,3,4,5 1950 Harvard UP/William Heinemann, vol. 2, 1925 Heinemann/Putman.

 

A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM (1967)

 

Box 37 , Folder 4

Screenplay, second draft, dated May 18, 1965, 166 p. No author. ("For Budget Purposes Only").

Box 37 , Folder 5

Screenplay by Melvin Frank and Michael Pertwee, 143 pages, dated August 18, 195, Qaudrangle Films, S.A., Fribourge, Switzerland.

Box 38 , Folder 6

Publicity for the film version, 1967, London premiere. 2 items, color.

 

GENERAL ELECTRIC THEATRE (Television)

 

FACE IS FAMILIAR, THE

Box 189 , Folder 11

Scripts by Larry Gelbart for Jack Benny. Draft, n.d., annotated, 37 p. - Revised script, n.d., 30 p. - Second revised script, dated 8/18/54, 32 p.

 

HOORAY FOR LOVE

Box 189 , Folder 12

Script by Larry Gelbart and Woody Allen. Final draft, (in 3 acts) dated 9/22/60, air date 10/02/60.

 

THE GINNY SIMMS SHOW (Radio)

 

Show # 26

Box 151 , Folder 13

Script: Draft, No author, 03/14/47, 24 p. Produced by the Borden Company.

 

GOING, GOING - GONE! (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 144 , Folder 7

Regristration of idea with WGA, April 4 1977. - Story idea, 2 p.

 

THE GOLDEN KAZOO (Stage)

 

Box 151 , Folder 6

Scripts by Larry Gelbart, Charles Spalding and John G. Schneider. First draft, 08/15/56. - Script, 07/05/56.

Box 151 , Folder 7

Script: A Musical Comedy by Charles Spalding and Larry Gelbart, adapted from the novel by John G. Schneider. - First draft, 08/15/56.

 

GULLIVER (Stage)

 

Box 150 , Folder 6

Script bby Larry Gelbart, from an adaptation of Jonathan Swift by Sean Kenny and Gerald Frow. Handwritten draft, July 1 1969.

Box 150 , Folder 7

Script by Larry Gelbart. Handwritten Rev. draft, January 15 1969, annotated.

Box 150 , Folder 8

Playbill (2 copies) from Lees-McRae College (08/02/88). - Typed introduction by Larry Gelbart, no date. Handwritten introduction by Larry Gelbart, no date.

Box 150 , Folder 9

Script entitled "Gullivers Travels." Book By Larry Gelbart, Music and Lyrics by Lionel Bart. Mimeographed draft, June 1970.

Box 150 , Folder 10

Script entitled "Gulliver's Travels" by Larry Gelbart. Adapted for Narrator and Orchestra. Marked "Complete but for the Houynhym Section and Revised finish." First draft, 09/23/85. Handwritten script pages, entitled "A Voyage to Laputa, 06/85. 21p.

Box 150 , Folder 11

Handwritten script (2 acts) by Larry Gelbart. n.d.

Box 153 , Folder 2

Script entitled "Gullivers Travels" by Larry Gelbart. From the book by Jonathan Swift and the adaptation by Gerald Frow and Sean Kenny. First draft, September 15 1969. Marked #1. Two Acts.

Box 153 , Folder 3

Script entitled "Gullivers Travels " by Larry Gelbart. Draft, March 1 1970. Act I only. Marked #3. Includes technical notes Sean Kenny, 2 p.

Box 153 , Folder 4

Script entitled "Gulliver's Travels". Book by Larry Gelbart, Music and Lyrics by Lionel Bart. Marked "First draft, July 10, Revised 9/30/70, Revised 10/1/70, 10/16/70, 10/28/70." 2 acts and epilogue.

Box 153 , Folder 5

Booklet: "Key Indexed Study Guide to Swift's Gulliver's Travels"'. Robert K. Morris, Bantam Books, 1966. Annotated and highlighted by Larry Gelbart.

Box 153 , Folder 6

Script entitled "Gulliver's Travels." by Larry Gelbart. September 24, 1985. Divided into Monologues according to Swift's chapters. Annotated.

Box 153 , Folder 7

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Draft "Gulliver's Travels for Narrator & Orchestra," 2 copies with different annotations, 11/26/85. - Draft, music by Patrick Williams, 11/26. - Letter re: typing of drafts. - Draft of "Conclusion," 9/25/85, 7p.

Box 153 , Folder 8

Scripts, narration by Larry Gelbart & Music by Patrick Williams, 2 copies, one marked "Gielgud's Copy," heavily annotated, 11/20/85. - Promotional piece about "Gulliver" for schools, 5 p.apges, 3 items.

Box 153 , Folder 9

Scripts: "Cut Version, 7 November, 1986", annotated. - Rev. Revised pages, 08/30/86.

Box 153 , Folder 10

Script entitled "Gulliver's Travels," Adapted from Jonathan Swift. Script by Gerald Frow and Sean Kenny. Version used for Gelbart adaptationm no date, annotated, in two acts.

Box 153 , Folder 11

Script entitled "Gulliver's Travels." Composed by Patrick Williams, Narration by Larry Gelbart. (After Henry Purcell, After Jonathan Swift.). Marked "work copy." In Monologue Form, 05 & 06/86. Annotated.

Box 154 , Folder 1

Script by Larry Gelbart. [Missing title page.] Two acts and epilogue, no date, with technical notes for multi-media production (by Sean Kenny).

Box 154 , Folder 2

Scripts (2 copies), by Larry Gelbart, Two Acts, heavily annotated, no date. - Act 2 only, no date.

Box 154 , Folder 3

Script entitled "Gulliver's Travels." Book by Larry Gelbart. Music and Lyrics by Lionel Bart." Marked "First draft, July 10, #14."[no year]. - Monologues "A Voyage to Lilaput", 7/5/85, "Conclusion", 10.2/85.

Box 154 , Folder 4

Correspondence with several producers (Kermit Bloomgarden), 1969-1971, re royalties, rights, composers, project's name being shortened to "Gulliver" July 1970. 30 items. (Incl. delays due to MASH)

Box 154 , Folder 5

Publicity packets from Songwings,Inc. 1987. - Program from The Philharmonia Orchestra of Yale, October 10, 1986.

Box 154 , Folder 6

Clippings and publicity pieces/drafts, 1986-1987 re records release of "Gulliver" by Soundwings, Inc. - Kodak booklet with photographs from the 1970 Gulliver's Travels production (Frow and Kenny).

Box 154 , Folder 7

Monologues: " A Voyage to Liliput" dated 9/24/85 & 7/5/85. - "A Voyage to Brobdingnag", dated rev. 9/13/85 & 9/24/85.

Box 155 , Folder 1

Notes: "Casting", "Notes on discussion Act 1, 5/29/70", "Notes bu Sean Kenny", "Notes-L.B., 3/6/70", "Choreographer, Don Redlich. - MS notes re staging, 18 pages. - Misc. - Playbill: Mermais Theatre. Typed notes, "Before Houynhnms," 3p.

Box 155 , Folder 1

Clipping from Kodak photography magazine, January, 1970. Article, "Science and Our Century," with handwritten note: LAPUTA. Photocopied research materials.

Box 155 , Folder 2

"Notes taken from tape recording of meeting at Reece Mews, 1st February, 1970". Present: Larry Gelbart, Sean Kenny, and Lionel Bart. 44 pages.

 

HADRIAN VII (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 155 , Folder 4

Screenplay outlines, handwritten, 3 version, n.d. & dated October 1 1976, and notes, total pgs 17 - Correspondence regarding adaptation of the novel into a screenplay, July-Sept. 1976, Oct, 1978.

 

HAL MARCH PILOT (Television Project)

 

Box 142 , Folder 12

Scripts by Larry Gelbart for Hal March. Untitled pilot script, revised, March 22 1958, 41 p. - Draft, no date, 36 p.

 

HALLOWEEN (Stage)

 

Box 32 , Folder 1

Tragic-Farce in three acts entitled "Saltpeter in the Rhubarb" by Sidney Michaels, copyright 1965.

Box 32 , Folder 2

"An Original Musical Play". Book & lyrics by Sidney Michaels, music by Mitch Leigh, to be staged by Albert Marre. 2 copies, n.d., one annotated. (Property of Albert W. Selden, New York).

Box 32 , Folder 3

Scripts, dated 09/15/71.

Box 32 , Folder 4

Incomplete script, many pages with changes and additions. Revisions dated September, 16, 24, 1972.

Box 32 , Folder 5

Scripts, incorporating changes Septemner and October 1992.

Box 32 , Folder 6

Scripts, two different versions. - Loose pages of revisions for Act 1 and Act II. Some pages dated August 29, 1972.

Box 32 , Folder 7

Playbill, 1972, New Hope Pennsylvania. Presented by The State Theatre of Pennsylvania.

 

HANGING ON (Stage)

 

Box 155 , Folder 11

Script entitled "Nothing But Candy", by Larry Gelbart and Everett Greenbaum), handwritten, incl. typed pages, first draft, 2 acts, n.d. - Scripts, handwritten, icl. typed pages, mainly Act 1. n.d.

Box 162 , Folder 4

Script by Larry Gelbart and Everett Greenbaum. Act I only. No date. 49 pages.

Box 162 , Folder 5

Script entitled "Nothing but Candy". A Play by Larry Gelbart and Everett Greenbaum. 'Hollywood is like having nothing to eat but candy,' W. Somerset Maugham." Draft, March 1 1983, 2 acts, annotated. 82 p.

Box 162 , Folder 6

Script entitled "Nothing But Candy". A Play by Larry Gelbart and Everett Greenbaum, 'Hollywood is like having nothing to eat but candy,' W. Somerset Maugham." March 31 1983, 2 acts, 93 p.

Box 162 , Folder 7

Script entitled "Nothing but Candy". A play by Larry Gelbart and Everett Greenbaum. 'Hollywood is like having nothing to eat but candy,' W. Somerset Maugham." May 15 1983. Typed original. 2 acts. 93 p.

Box 162 , Folder 8

Cover letter from E.G. to L.G. regarding errata (1985). Script [no title page], nd, 2 acts, 72 p. - Act one only, [no title page], nd, 49 p.

Box 163 , Folder 1

A Play by Larry Gelbart and Everett Greenbaum. Draft, April 3 1985, annotated. 2 acts. 91 p.

Box 163 , Folder 2

A Play by Larry Gelbart and Everett Greenbaum. Was entitled "Nothing but Candy." Old titled is marked over with "Hanging On." Draft, January 15 1985. Annotated. 2 acts. 105 p.

Box 163 , Folder 3

A Play by Larry Gelbart and Everett Greenbaum, April 15 1985, 2 acts, 92 p. - 2 sets of revision pages for act I, 6/5/89 (p. 2-6) & 5/30/89 (p. 2-4).

Box 163 , Folder 4

Letter from Everett Greenbaum to Larry Gelbart regarding logo for the production. n.d. Logo is designed by Billie Greenbaum. Includes logo design (2 sizes), 1 page.

Box 164 , Folder 11

"The Story of a Survivor." MS notes in rough outline form. No date. 2 pages.

 

HANNIE CAULDER (1972)

 

Box 48 , Folder 1

First draft screenplay [by Larry Gelbart and David Haft], n.d. 97 pages. - Copy of unsigned and undated contract, Tigon Film Productions, Ltd. London and 2 accompanying letters, November 1970.

 

HEARTS OF THE WEST (MGM, 1974)

 

Box 43 , Folder 5

Screenplay by Rob Thompson, 126 pages, dated 09/09/74.

 

HEARTS OF THE WEST (Television)

 

Box 40 , Folder 5

Scripts for pilot episode by Larry Gelbart: Original typescript and copy of First Drafts, September 15, 1976. - Two copies of Final Draft, dated February 16, 1976 [sic], one heavily annotat

Box 40 , Folder 9

Final draft, including taping schedule, dated March 11, 1976 with annotations. - Revised script, dated February 24, 1976, 2 copies, one with annotations. Script, dated

 

"Pilot"

Box 42 , Folder 7

Handwritten first draft by Larry Gelbart, dated September 16, 1976.- Original typescript, first draft, dated (August) 1976.

Box 42 , Folder 8

Scripts materials: "Title sequence 1-7", changes dated 2-17-77, revisions dated 9-24-76, Act II, pp. 21-41. Shooting schedule. - Handwritten notes.

 

HONESTLY, CELESTE! (Television)

 

Air date: 06/09/54 (#5)

Box 41 , Folder 2

Scripts for show # 5 written by Larry Gelbart, Hal Collins, and Gerb Reich. 3 copies with annotations.

 

Air date: 06/24/54

Box 41 , Folder 1

Scripts (Audition copy) written by Larry Gelbart and Hal Collins. 2 copies, both with annotations.

 

Air date: 10/03/54

Box 41 , Folder 3

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Hal Collins. 3 copies with annotations.

 

Air date: 10/10/54 (#1)

Box 41 , Folder 4

Scripts for show # 1 written by Joseph Schrank and Jack Roche. 2 versions, one with annotations.

 

Air date: 10/17/54 (#2)

Box 41 , Folder 5

Scripts for show # 2 written by Larry Gelbart and Hal Collins. 3 versions with annotations.

 

Air date: 10/31/54 (#3)

Box 41 , Folder 6

Scripts for show # 3 written by Larry Gelbart and Hal Collins. 3 versions with annotations.

 

Air date: 11/07/54 (#4)

Box 41 , Folder 7

Scripts for show # 4 written by Larry Gelbart and Hal Collins. 3 versions with annotations.

 

Air date: 11/14/54 (#7)

Box 41 , Folder 8

Scripts for show # 7 written by Larry Gelbart and Hal Collins. 2 copies, one with annotations.

Box 43 , Folder 3

Scripts for show # 7 written by Larry Gelbart and Hal Collins. 2 copies, n.d., one with annotations.

 

Air date: 11/21/54 (#6)

Box 43 , Folder 1

Scripts for show # 6, written by Larry Gelbart and Hal Collins. 5 versions, some with annotations.

 

Air date: 12/5/54

Box 43 , Folder 2

Scripts by Larry Gelbart, Herb Reich, and Phil Goodman. 2 copies, one with annotations.

 

Air date: 6/24/54

Box 43 , Folder 4

Script, heavily annotated. - Notes, 2 pages. - "Warm up" dialogue, 2 pages dated 9/30/54, 1 page dated Oct. 3.

 

HOT SPOT (Stage Project)

 

Box 155 , Folder 7

Script, handwritten by Larry Gelbart, 16 pages, n.d. - Typed scripts, n.d., 12 pages, 2 copies.

 

HOTEL ROYALE (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 103 , Folder 3

Script by Larry Gelbart. Handwritten Rev. First draft, dated 1980, 230 p.

Box 103 , Folder 4

Script by Larry Gelbart. Handwritten draft, entitled "Clicks," dated June 1983, 69 p.

Box 103 , Folder 5

Script by Larry Gelbart. Handwritten first draft, 11/30/79.

Box 103 , Folder 6

Script by Larry Gelbart. Handwritten, Act III, n.d., pages 174 - 214.

Box 103 , Folder 7

Script by Larry Gelbart. Handwritten draft, no date.

Box 104 , Folder 1

Xerox of manuscript entitled "Roadrunner," no author, no date, some annotations, approx. 500 pages in length.

Box 104 , Folder 2

Interview with Ian Brody regarding time in Cambodia. June 15, 1979.

Box 104 , Folder 3

Interview with Richard Dudman regarding time in Cambodia. May 21, 1979.

Box 104 , Folder 4

Interview between Larry Gelbart and Al Rockoff. No date. Annotated.

Box 104 , Folder 5

Interview with Justin Adams. No date. 80 pages.

Box 104 , Folder 6

Interview with Burt Okuley regarding Foreign Correspondents Club in Hong Kong. No date. 63 pages.

Box 105 , Folder 1

Interview between Larry Gelbart and Robert Sam Anson regarding time in Cambodia. Dated May 2nd.

Box 105 , Folder 2

Interview with San Bun Chhun regarding time with NBC news in Cambodia.

Box 105 , Folder 3

Interviews (2 items) with Kate Webb. No date.

Box 105 , Folder 4

Interview with Bert Quint. Dated September 12, 1979. 69 pages.

Box 105 , Folder 5

Synopsis entitled "Asian Report." Ideas for a film, ala M*A*S*H about a group of reporters living in the same hotel during the Vietnam war. Compiled by Julie Fisher Associates. No date.

Box 105 , Folder 6

Interviews (2 items) - Hanny-Howell, June 7, 1979, annotated, 29 pages. - Howell-Brady, June 8, 1979, 54 pages.

Box 105 , Folder 7

Interviews (2 items) with Kevin Buckley. June 1979.

Box 105 , Folder 8

Interview with Neil Davis. June 13, 1979. 71 pages.

Box 105 , Folder 9

Interview between Mike Morrow and Marvin Farkus. No date. 62 pages.

Box 105 , Folder 10

Interview with Tiziano Terzani. June 10, 1979. 26 pages.

Box 105 , Folder 11

Excerpt. By James Willwerth. "Messages from Washington." 61 pages.

Box 105 , Folder 12

Interview with Peter Collins. June 10, 1979. 39 pages.

Box 105 , Folder 13

Manuscript by Larry Gelbart. Incomplete. Dated 1973. Annotated.

Box 106 , Folder 1

Script by Larry Gelbart. Entitled "Cambodia Project." First draft, 11/30/79, 217 p.

Box 106 , Folder 2

Script by Larry Gelbart. Entitled "Cambodia Project." Revised First draft ("Part Three"), 02/15/80, 190 p.

Box 106 , Folder 3

Script by Larry Gelbart. Entitled "Cambodia Project." First revised draft, 03/01/80, annotated, 147 p.

Box 106 , Folder 4

Script by Larry Gelbart. Second Draft, June 1980, annotated, 147 p.

Box 106 , Folder 5

Letter, dated 02/22/83, from Tom Mount to Arthur Penn regarding the progress of the script. - Script by Larry Gelbart, no date, 129 p.

Box 106 , Folder 6

Script entitled "Clicks." By Larry Gelbart. Dated 06/15/83, annotated by Arthur Penn, 129 p.

Box 107 , Folder 1

Script entitled "Clicks", n.d., annotated, 228 pages. Written by Larry Gelbart.

Box 107 , Folder 2

Script. Draft, n.d., annotated, 185 p.

Box 107 , Folder 3

Script. Draft, n.d., annotated, pp. 2-205

Box 107 , Folder 4

Notes. Includes handwritten note: "Project finally abandoned because of the film The Killing Fields," 02/26/85.

Box 107 , Folder 5

Photograph. Potential location to be used as the Hotel Royal.

Box 107 , Folder 6

Correspondence between Larry Gelbart and Jules Fisher, dated 8/20/79 - 12/31/80. Includes Asian report notes (08/20/79). 5 items.

Box 107 , Folder 7

Two copies of contracts between Columbia Pictures and Larry Gelbart Enterprises. Both signed by Larry Gelbart. Dated June 16 - September 11, 1979.

Box 107 , Folder 8

Correspondence dated 7/31/79 - 2/4/81. Regarding the potential sale of the script, primairly legal. approx. 15 items.

Box 131 , Folder 3

Script by Larry Gelbart, June 10, 1980, 129 pages.

Box 191 , Folder 12

Newspaper articles regarding Vietnam war and Cambodia, May 1975. Approx. 50 items.

 

THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT (Television)

 

Box 43 , Folder 6

Scripts for pilot episode written by Larry Gelbart. 1) First draft, dated 12/19/72. 2) Dated 12/28/72.

 

"Pilot"

Box 45 , Folder 2

Handwritten draft, n.d. - Drafts dated December 18 and 28, 1972, typed and ms. - "Sample story lines" by Gene Reynolds and Larry Gelbart, 04/14/74 and 03/07/74 (2 copies). - "Notes", 5 pages.

 

IF I LOVE YOU, AM I TRAPPED FOREVER (Television)

 

Box 43 , Folder 8

Scripts for pilot episode by Larry Gelbart. Based on novel by M.E. Kerr.- First draft, 2 copies, and revisions, 12/03/73. - Final 12/20/73. - Rev. Final 01/23/74.- 2nd Rev. Final 02/01/74.

 

THE JACK PAAR PROGRAM (Radio)

 

"Audition"

Box 49 , Folder 4

Scripts by Larry Gelbart, Sid Dorfman and Larry Marks. Dated 03/11/47 and 04/11/47. Signed by Larry Gelbart.

 

Program #1 - #3

Box 49 , Folder 5

Scripts, signed Larry Gelbart. #1 (06/01/47), #2 (06/08/47), #3 (06/15/47).

 

Program #4 - #7

Box 49 , Folder 6

Scripts, signed by Larry Gelbart. #4 ( 06/22/47), #5 (06/29/47), #6 (06/29/47), #7 (07/13/47).

 

Program #8 - #10

Box 49 , Folder 7

Scripts, signed by Larry Gelbart #8 (07/20/47), #9 (07/27/47), #10 (08/03/47).

 

JAZZ BABIES (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 146 , Folder 2

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Handwritten third draft, July 22, 1985, 2 copies, 115 and 131 p.

Box 146 , Folder 3

Handwritten step outline for fourth draft, n.d., 50 p.

Box 146 , Folder 4

Script by Larry Gelbart. Handwritten fourth draft, December 30.,1985, 123 p.

Box 146 , Folder 5

Script by Larry Gelbart. Handwritten first draft, marked "Begun 6/13/84, Finished 7/14/84," 126 p.

Box 146 , Folder 6

Handwritten revised outline for first revised draft, December 27 1984 - February 1985, 76 p.

Box 146 , Folder 7

Letter to Carla regarding duplications of scripts (8/20/84). - Handwritten notes, marked "Begun May 1 1984."

Box 146 , Folder 8

Telegram regarding script (07/01/86). - Handwritten rough outline for first draft, "begun May 1 1984 [and] finished June 8 1984," 75 p.

Box 146 , Folder 9

Script by Larry Gelbart. Handwritten second draft, February 27, 1985.

Box 146 , Folder 10

Handwritten notes for 3rd draft, "begun 6/4/85."

Box 148 , Folder 1

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft, 09/22/87, 105 p.

Box 148 , Folder 2

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft, July 17, 1995, 105 p.

Box 148 , Folder 3

Script by Larry Gelbart. Fifth draft, July 1, 1986, 123 p.

Box 148 , Folder 4

Script by Larry Gelbart. Fourth draft, July 22, 1985, annotated, 133 p.

Box 148 , Folder 5

Script by Larry Gelbart. Typed first draft, July 7, 1984, 126 p.

Box 148 , Folder 6

Script by Larry Gelbart. First draft, July 8, 1984, annotated, 128 p.

Box 148 , Folder 7

Script by Larry Gelbart. Typed original, first draft, August 21, 1984, 122 p.

Box 148 , Folder 8

Script by Larry Gelbart. First draft, August 23, 1984, heavily annotated, 122 p.

Box 149 , Folder 1

Script by Larry Gelbart. Typed original. Second draft, February 27, 1985, 103 p.

Box 149 , Folder 2

Script by Larry Gelbart. Third draft, July 22, 1985, 135 p.

Box 149 , Folder 3

Outline for 4th draft, first through thirty-first scene, by Larry Gelbartm September 30, 1985, 50 p.

Box 149 , Folder 4

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft, December 30,1985, 119 p.

Box 149 , Folder 5

Scene breakdown for July 1, 1986 draft, 6 p.

Box 149 , Folder 6

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Draft, July 1, 1986, heavily annotated, 118 p. - Draft, same date, somewhat annotated, 123 p.

Box 149 , Folder 7

Script by Larry Gelbart. Sixth draft, September 20, 1987, annotated, 98 p.

Box 149 , Folder 8

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft, September 22, 1987, annotated, 123 p.

Box 150 , Folder 1

Notes for fifth draft, May 13, 1986.

Box 150 , Folder 2

Script, incomplete draft, handwritten, 1986.

Box 150 , Folder 3

Handwritten notes, May 1987.

Box 151 , Folder 1

Letter to Larry Gelbart from Norman Jewison (09/24/85) with attached comments regarding Third Draft. - Letter from Norman Jewison (10/01/86) with attached letter regarding draft.

Box 151 , Folder 2

Casting lists, March 1986.

Box 151 , Folder 3

Articles as research for film, particularly women as Jazz performers.

 

JEROME ROBBINS' BROADWAY

 

Box 180 , Folder 15

Contract material with BMG, 2/12/89. - Correspondence, 7/90-7/91. - Playbill, Imperial Theater, Vol. 89, No. 1, 1/89.

 

THE JOAN DAVIS SHOW (Radio)

 

Episodes #27-39

Box 43 , Folder 7

Scripts dated 03/31/47 - 06/27/47. Name credit for staff, including writers, and cast listed for each show. All scripts signed by Larry Gelbart.

 

JOEL GREY

 

FAREWELL APPEARANCE

Box 150 , Folder 4

Annotated monologue, no date, 4 p. - Another typed draft of monologue, n.d., 3p. - Handwritten draft, incomplete. n.d., 2p.

 

JUDY GARLAND AND HER GUESTS (Television)

 

Box 189 , Folder 10

Script by Larry Gelbart. Revised, February 7, 1963, approx. 60p.

 

JUMP (Stage)

 

Box 39 , Folder 1

A play by Larry Gelbart, (2 acts), n.d., 3 copies, all with annotations.

Box 39 , Folder 2

A play by Larry Gelbart, (2 acts), n.d., 103 p. Marked property of "The Open Space Theatre", London, England.

Box 39 , Folder 3

A Play by Larry Gelbart, (2 acts), n.d. One version 98 pages, one version Act I, 54 pages, Act II, 39 pages. Both marked "Ziegler-Ross, Inc., Los Angeles."

Box 39 , Folder 4

Production and directorial notes re changes after opening, dated 08/29/71.

Box 39 , Folder 5

Playbills for productions 1) Theatre Royal, Nottingham, Enlgand, dated 08/16/71. 2) The Queens Theatre, London, 1975. Incl. publicity flyers for Queens Theatre.

Box 39 , Folder 6

Correspondence, 1970 through 1971. 1) Preproduction correspondence with Charles Marowitz (Open Space Theatre, London), 25 items. 2) Congratulatory telegrams from friends re opening.

Box 42 , Folder 5

Manuscript of the play, in 2 acts, n.d.

Box 42 , Folder 6

Clippings re London production, 1971.

Box 42 , Folder 9

A Play by Larry Gelbart, 93 p., copious annotations, marked "Redstacks, London". - Pages 78 through 93 handwritten.

 

JUNIOR AD CLUB SPOTLIGHT ON ACHIEVEMENT (Radio)

 

Box 173 , Folder 1

Script #9, no author, no date, 8 pages.

 

KAREN (Television)

 

"Pilot"

Box 56 , Folder 6

Scripts by Lary Gelbart and Carl Kleinschmitt. 1) 2nd revised final(11/15/74) with few annotations. 2) Revised final, (11/15/74)

 

A DAY IN THE LIFE..

Box 57 , Folder 10

Script by Rick Mittleman. Dated 02/26/75.

 

BUSCH'S BREAKUP

Box 57 , Folder 9

Script by Karyl Geld. Dated 02/13/75.

 

CAPITOL CAPERS

Box 57 , Folder 11

Script by John D. Hess. Dated 03/04/75.

 

DENA MIGHT

Box 57 , Folder 2

Script by Simon Munter. Dated 12/03/74.

 

HARFORD REVISITED

Box 57 , Folder 6

Script by Richard Baer. Dated 01/31/75.

 

I GAVE AT THE OFFICE

Box 57 , Folder 1

Script by Simon Munter. Dated 12/02/74.

 

KAREN REPORT, THE

Box 57 , Folder 8

Script by Kalr Kleinschmitt. Dated 02/20/75.

 

LOVE AND OTHER ISSUES

Box 57 , Folder 5

Script by John D. Hess. Dated 01/22/75.

 

THEM

Box 56 , Folder 7

Scripts by Simon Munter. 1) Revised final (11/21/74). 2) Revised (01/03/75).

 

VISITORS, THE

Box 57 , Folder 4

Script by Karl Kleinschmitt. Dated 01/21/75.

 

WHAT ARE FRIENDS FOR?

Box 57 , Folder 7

Script by Simon Muntner. Dated 02/07/75.

 

WHISTLE BLOWING

Box 57 , Folder 3

Script by Simon Munter. Dated 12/14/74.

 

THE KENNY KAYE BAKER SHOW (Radio)

 

Box 180 , Folder 8

Script: Draft, no author, no date, annotated, 30 p.

 

KILL-IN (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 58 , Folder 1

"The Assassin", novel by Lester Taube. (typescript). Heavily annotated.

Box 58 , Folder 2

Screenplay by Larry Gelbart. Based on "The Assassin" by Lester Taube. 2 copies of First Draft, [127 and 129 pages], n.d.

Box 58 , Folder 3

Screenplays, first draft, dated 08/14/72, 120 pages. - First Draft, n.d., 136 pages. - One page (scenes 240-243) handritten.

 

THE LARRY STORCH SHOW (Television)

 

Box 132 , Folder 5

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Marvin Fisher. - Draft, n.d., annotated. -Two revised. drafts, May 20 (no year).

 

LAUGHING MATTERS (Book Manuscript)

 

Box 61 , Folder 5

Aadvance uncorrected proof, 261p.

Box 84 , Folder 1

Correspondence, 9/97 - 12/97. Approx. 30 items.

Box 84 , Folder 2

Correspondence and clippings, 11/97 - 1/98. Approx. 90 items.

Box 84 , Folder 3

Correspondence, congratulatory cards and letters, and fan mail, 3/98 - 6/98. Approx. 40 items.

Box 84 , Folder 4

Correspondence, congratulatory cards and letters, and clippings, 4/98 - 5/98. Approx. 50 items.

Box 84 , Folder 5

Correspondence and clippings, 12/97 - 4/98. Approx. 50 items.

Box 84 , Folder 6

Correspondence and clippings, 2/98 - 4/98. Approx. 40 items.

Box 84 , Folder 7

Correspondence and clippings, 1/98 - 3/98. Approx. 100 items.

Box 84 , Folder 8

Correspondence and clippings, 2/98 - 3/98. Approx. 70 items.

Box 195 , Folder 0

Manuscript materials, draft dates: 3-10-97, 3-26-97, 9-12-97, and authot's galleys. 6 folders.

 

LITTLE ME (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 48 , Folder 8

Handwritten drafts, in 2 folders.

Box 58 , Folder 4

Screenplay, no author, no date, marked "Avco Embassy Picture Corp," 145 p.

Box 58 , Folder 5

Screenplay by Larry Gelbart. No date. 156 pages.

 

LITTLE ME (Stage)

 

Box 59 , Folder 1

Book by Neil Simon, music by Cy Coleman, lyrics by Carolyn Leigh, based on "Little Me" by Patrick Dennis. Annotated. No date. - Includes Prop Plot, 8 pages.

Box 59 , Folder 2

Book by Neil Simon, music by Cy Coleman, lyrics by Carolyn Leigh, based on "Little Me" by Patrick Dennis. Marked "Final script, English version", "Enid Lowe." No date.

 

MOOSE (Stage/Television Project)

 

Box 155 , Folder 8

Handwritten drafts for play, dated 2/27-3/8/68, 41 p., incl. outline "Loose Moose", 10 p. & typed script, 20 p. - Handwritten outline for teleplay, 5/26/70, 6 p., typed 8pgs. & 6 p. - Synopsis, 1970.

 

LOVE THAT GUY (Television)

 

Box 81 , Folder 14

Script by Doc Simon, Danny Simon, Reginald Rose, and Larry Gelbart. Third revision, 04/09/54, annotated, 76 p.

 

MAD (Television Project)

 

Box 90 , Folder 1

Sketches for adaptation of Mad Magazine to television. No date. Script pages, 13 - 28.

 

THE MARTY FELDMAN COMEDY MACHINE (Television)

 

Box 65 , Folder 4

Sketches and sketch ideas, by Larry Gelbart et al.

Box 66 , Folder 1

Sketches by Larry Gelbart et al.

Box 66 , Folder 2

Audit of the accounts of the program from April 1st to August 31st 1972, London.

Box 66 , Folder 3

Distribution reports 12/75 to 5/82. - "Notes from meeting with Lew Grade" (14/10/70 re US show) - Contract (draft)ITC and ATV Network, (5/3/71).- Program budget. - Salary list - Production Personnel.

Box 66 , Folder 4

Program Running Order lists for shows 1-14 (for U.S. and U.K. versions).

Box 66 , Folder 5

Correspondence between Gelbart and Sir Lew Grade, and A. R. Lucas from ATC, et al, November 1970 through February, 1972, approx. 40 items.

 

Episode # 1

Box 60 , Folder 1

Scripts: Rehearsal, Camera, UK Transmission, US Transmission. Written by Chris Allen, Barry Levinson, John Antrobus, et al, supervised by Larry Gelbart. Dated March 1971.

 

Episode # 2

Box 60 , Folder 2

Scripts: Rehearsal, Camera, UK Transmission, US Transmission. Written by Chris Allen, Larry Gelbart, John Antrobus, et al. Dated June 1971.

 

Episode # 3

Box 60 , Folder 3

Scripts: Rehearsal, Camera, UK Transmission, US Transmission. Written by Chris Allen, Larry Gelbart, and John Antrobus, et al. Dated July, 1971.

 

Episode # 4

Box 62 , Folder 1

Scripts: Draft, Rehearsal, Camera, UK Transmission, US Transmission. Written by Chris Allen, Larry Gelbart, John Antrobus, et al. Dated July, 1971.

 

Episode # 5

Box 62 , Folder 2

Scripts: Draft, Rehearsal, Camera, UK Transmission, US Transmission. Written by Chris Allen, Larry Gelbart, Ruby De Luca, et al. Dated July 1971.

 

Episode # 6

Box 62 , Folder 3

Scripts: Draft, Rehearsal, Camera, UK Transmission, US Transmission. Written by Chris Allen, Larry Gelbart, Rudy de Luca, et al. Dated July, 1971.

 

Episode # 7

Box 63 , Folder 1

Scripts: Draft, Rehearsal, Amended Rehearsal, Camera, UK Transmission, US Transmission. Written by Chris Allen, Larry Gelbart, Rudy de Luca, et al. Dated August, 1971.

 

Episode # 8

Box 63 , Folder 2

Scripts: Draft, Rehearsal, Camera, UK Transmission, US Tansmission. Written by Chris Allen, Larry Gelbart, Rudy de Luca, et al. Dated August, 1971.

 

Episode # 9

Box 63 , Folder 3

Scripts: Draft, Rehearsal, Camera, UK Transmission, US Transmission. Written by Chris Allen, Larry Gelbart, Rudy de Luca, et al. Dated August, 1971.

 

Episode #10

Box 64 , Folder 1

Scripts: Draft, Rehearsal, Camera UK Transmission, US Transmission. Written by Chris Allen, Larry Gelbart, Rudy de Luca, et al. Dated September, 1971.

 

Episode #11

Box 64 , Folder 2

Scripts: Draft, Rehearsal, Camera, UK Transmission, US Transmission. Written by Chris Allen, Larry Gelbart, Rudy de Luca, et al. Dated September, 1971.

 

Episode #12

Box 64 , Folder 3

Scripts: Draft, Rehearsal, Camera, UK Transmission, US Transmission. Written by Chris Allen, Larry Gelbart, Rudy de Luca, et al. Dated September, 1971.

 

Episode #13

Box 65 , Folder 1

Scripts: Draft, Rehearsal, Camera, UK Transmission, US Transmission. Written by Chris Allen, Larry Gelbart, Rudy de Luca, et al. Dated September, 1971.

 

Episode #14

Box 65 , Folder 2

Scripts: Draft, Rehearsal, Camera, UK Transmission, US Transmission. Written by Chris Allen, Larry Gelbart, Rudy de Luca, et al. Dated September, 1971.

 

GOLDDIGGERS

Box 65 , Folder 3

Scripts: Rehearsal (non-audience), Audience script. No authors. Dated June, 1970.

 

M*A*S*H (Television)

 

Box 36 , Folder 5

Introduction to "The Complete Book of M*A*S*H" by Larry Gelbart, manuscript draft 4 pages, typed text 4 pages. - Handritten notes and draft of speech for the closing of the show in 1982, 42 pages.

Box 36 , Folder 6

Brochures for the National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution exhibition of "M*A*S*H, BINDING*UP*THE*WOUNDS", New York, 1983.

Box 36 , Folder 7

Clippings, 1971-75 (few items), mainly post-1982, regarding the end of the show.

Box 78 , Folder 5

Synopses (2 copies): 4th season & produced episodes as of 4/5/74.

Box 79 , Folder 1

M*A*S*H Book, "The Exclusive, Inside Story of TV's Most Popular Show." By David S. Reiss, foreword by Alan Alda, 168 p.

Box 79 , Folder 2

General information booklet. Spans the entire show, 1972 to 1983. Contains cast and production information regarding the entire run of the show.

Box 79 , Folder 3

Research notes, regarding pilot episode. Dated 04/27/72. Handwritten and typed, heavily annotated.

Box 79 , Folder 6

Episode summaries for the 1975 season, written by Gene Reynolds.

Box 79 , Folder 7

Correspondence regarding the pilot, dated 6/71 through 5/72.

Box 79 , Folder 8

Budget estimates for first season, 1971.

Box 79 , Folder 9

Promos (4): Written by Larry Gelbart. 02/01/73, For CBS, 15 seconds long, one page each.

Box 79 , Folder 10

PA references (8 items), annotated, each one page in length, 9/14/73, 8/14/73, and rest with out dates.

Box 79 , Folder 11

Research. Interviews (4): with doctors regarding medical accuracy. Annotated, no date.

Box 80 , Folder 1

Research packets (5): - Oaths, hippocratic and Geneva oaths. - Interviews with Korean War doctors (annotated). - Lists of military slang (annotated). - Plot Ideas (annotated). - Korea notes.

Box 80 , Folder 2

Interviews: - Dr Gittleman (annotated) - Dr. Glasser (annotated) - Dr. Saxon, 8/27/73 - Paul Kohn, 3/13/74 (annotated) - Stacel, 3/15/74 (annotated) - Dr Ragson (annotated) - Misc (annotated).

Box 80 , Folder 3

Excerpts from the Army Information Digest, n.d. 14 items.

Box 80 , Folder 4

Nielsen ratings for show up to September 1975, I item.

Box 80 , Folder 5

Correspondence from 1973-1983.

Box 80 , Folder 6

Text presented by Loretta Swit at Vietnam Veterans Ensemble Theater, 10/24/90. Various revisions.

Box 80 , Folder 7

Interviews with Larry Gelbart (3): - Paper by David Marc & Paul Buhle, nd, 19 p. - American Film, 9/78. - New York Times, n.d., related correspondence.

Box 80 , Folder 8

Book: "The Last Days of MASH," by Arlene and Alan Alda, Unicorn Publication, 1983.

Box 80 , Folder 9

Miscellaneous notes. No date. Heavily annotated.

Box 80 , Folder 10

Articles (10 items) regarding show, fashion inspired by the show, and tributes to the show.

Box 90 , Folder 7

Interview with a Mr. McGonigle. No date. Heavily annotated. Large portions either underlined or crossed out.

Box 90 , Folder 8

Interviews (9 packets): "Interviews in Korea." No date. Transcripts for 10 tapes.

Box 91 , Folder 1

Interviews in Korea (8 packets). Transcripts for 8 tapes.

Box 91 , Folder 2

Research packet marked "Research for M*A*S*H, Part I." Prepared by Guilbert Banks, Jr. No date.

Box 91 , Folder 3

Miscellaneous interviews and research. No date.

Box 190 , Folder 6

Promotional Survival Guide. Kit for promoting M*A*S*H as a syndicated series. 42 pages. Packet put together by Twentieth Television Corporation and copyright 1990 by Twentieth Century Fox Film Co.

Box 190 , Folder 7

Indexes and synopsis for 255 episodes. Divided by season. Includes indices by production order, alphabetical order, broadcast order, and holiday episodes. Part of the syndication package (1990).

Box 191 , Folder 1

Promotional Materials for syndication. Fact sheets, production history, biographies, trivia, theme weeks, on-air scripts, and ad materials. 1990.

Box 191 , Folder 2

Photographs and slides. Part of syndication package. 1990.

Box 191 , Folder 3

Photographs (9 items). M*A*S*H greeting card (1 item), n.d.

Box 191 , Folder 4

Fan letter, n.d.

Box 191 , Folder 5

Article: "The World of Alda and Hawkeye" in Television Quarterly, Vol. XXIII, No. IV, 1988, 10p.

Box 191 , Folder 6

Correspondence, clippings, schedules, and brochures pertaining to Gelbart's involvement with the "43rd Surgical Hospital Inactivation Ceremony" in Seoul, June 11, 1997.

Box 197 , Folder 0

Ringbinders covered with army cloth (memorabilia).

Box 198 , Folder 3

Black and white photograph of entire cast, 11x14. - Color photograph with Larry Gelbart and selected cast members, 11x14.

Box 198 , Folder 4

Calendar 1985, including color scene shots, 2 copies.

Box 199 , Folder 1

M*AS*H Photo Album 1972-1983. Supplement to the Los Angeles Herald Examiner, Sunday, Feb. 20, 1983.

 

"Pilot"

Box 79 , Folder 4

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Typed first, 09/15/71, 38 p. - Typed revised, 38 p. - First draft, 09/23/71, annotated, 39 p. - 2nd draft, 34 p. - Rev final, 12/08/71, 34 p.

Box 79 , Folder 5

Script by Larry Gelbart. Xeroxed packet of complete pilot, all drafts and revisions. Includes copies of production materials. 1971.

Box 190 , Folder 1

Pilot script by Larry Gelbart. Revised final, December 8, 1971. Includes descript of the sets and characters. 34 pages.

 

5 O'CLOCK CHARLIE

Box 68 , Folder 4

Scripts by Keith Walker, Larry Gelbart, Laurence Marks. Final, 08/09/73, annotated, 36 p. - Xerox of final, 08/09, annotated, 41 p. - Draft, August, annotated, 23 p. - Partial script. - Synopsis.

 

ABYSSINIA, HENRY

Box 71 , Folder 5

Scripts by Everett Greenbaum and Jim Fritzell. Rev. final, 10/28/74, 36 p. - Final, 10/11/74, annotated, 44 p. - Rev. final, 10/27/74, annotated, 43 p.

 

ADAM'S RIBS

Box 71 , Folder 4

Scripts by Laurence Marks. Final, 08/29/74, 37 p. - Final, 08/18/73, annotated, 38 p. - Partial script, 09/06/73.

 

AID STATION

Box 71 , Folder 6

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Simon Muntner. Final, 09/16/74, 35 p. - Final, 09/16/74, annotated, 36 p. - Draft, nd, annotated, 36 p.

 

ALCOHOLICS UNANIMOUS

Box 71 , Folder 5

Scripts by Everett Greenbaum and Jim Fritzell. - Rev. final, 08/26/74, 35 p. - Rev final, 8/12, annotated, 36 p. - Final, 8/5, annotated, 35 p. - Draft, nd, annotated, 44 p. - Rev pages, 8/27.

 

ARMY-NAVY GAME, THE

Box 66 , Folder 6

Scripts by McLean Stevenson & Sid Dorfman, handwritten (53 pages) - "Major Fred C Dobbs" Final, 12/13/72 - Revised Final, 12/16/72 - Revised final, 12/27/72 - One undated script.

 

AS YOU WERE

Box 66 , Folder 8

Scripts by Gene Reynolds and Laurence Marks. Final, 14/12/73, 37 p. - Handwritten draft, 12/14/73, 52 p. - Revised 12/14/73, annotated, 30p. - Handwritten draft, 12/12/73.

 

BANANAS, CRACKERS, AND NUTS

Box 59 , Folder 3

Script by Burt Styler. Final draft (08/25/72) with revisions (09/01/72).

 

BIG MAC

Box 72 , Folder 1

Scripts by Laurence Marks. Rev. final, 08/07/74, 33 p. - Final, 07/29/74, annotated, 40 p. - Rev. final, 08/02 & 08/07, annotated, 38 p.

 

BOMBED

Box 72 , Folder 2

Scripts by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum. Rev final, 10/03/74, 33 p. - Final, 09/11/74, annotated, 40 p. - Rev final, 09/30 & 10/03, annotated, 36 p.

 

BULLETIN BOARD

Box 72 , Folder 3

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Simon Muntner. Rev. final, 10/25/74, 33 p. (2) - Typed final, 10/2, annotated, 36 p. - Rev. final, 10/21 & 25, annotated, 35 p. - Rev, 10/23 & 24, annotated.

 

BUS, THE

Box 75 , Folder 2

Scripts by John D. Hess. Final (2copies), 09/11/75, annotated, 38 & 36 p. - Type- and Handwritten script, 09/10/75, annotated, 40 p.

 

CARRY ON, HAWKEYE

Box 69 , Folder 1

Scripts by Bernard Dilbert, Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks. Final, 10/11/73, 37 p. - Xerox of final, 10/11/73, heavily annotated, 43 p. (27A - 46 is xerox of handwritten, legal size).

 

CEASE FIRE

Box 68 , Folder 1

Scripts by Robert Klane, Laurence Marks, Larry Gelbart. Revised final (2 copies, one annotated), 01/23/73, 36 p. - Revised final 01/19 & 01/23, annotated, 40p. - Final, 01/22, annotated.

 

CHANGE OF COMMAND

Box 73 , Folder 6

Scripts by Everett Greenbaum and Jim Fritzell. Rev final, 06/30/75, annotated, 37 p. - Final, 06/23/75, 37 p. - Final, 06/20/75, annotated, 43 p.

 

CHECK-UP

Box 72 , Folder 4

Scripts by Laurence Marks. 2nd Rev final, 08/01/74, 36 p. - Rev. final, 07/26 & 31, annotated, 40 p. - Typed final, 07/22 & 25, annotated, 33 p. - Draft, nd, annotated, 36 p.

 

CHIEF SURGEON WHO?

Box 190 , Folder 2

Script by Larry Gelbart. First draft, no date, annotated, 37 pages. - Synopsis and outline (by act and scene), May 15, 1972, 5 pages.

 

CHIEF SURGON WHO?

Box 59 , Folder 4

Script by Larry Gelbart, 2 copies. Final draft, (06/28/72) with revisions (7/28 and 8/7/72), 37 pages.

 

CHOSEN PEOPLE, THE

Box 69 , Folder 2

Scripts by Laurence Marks, Sheldon Keller, Larry Gelbart, Gerry Renert, Jeff Wilhelm. Final, 12/10/73, 37 p. - Xerox of handwritten, 12/10, 51p. - Xerox handwritten, 12/04, 19 p.

 

CONSULTANT, THE

Box 72 , Folder 5

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Robert Klane. Final, 09/06/74, 32 p. - Final, 08/29 & 09/06, annotated, 35 p. - Partial script, 09/16/74, annotated.

 

COWBOY

Box 59 , Folder 5

Scripts by Bob Klane. First draft, (07/10/72) with annotations, 28 p. - Revised final (08/18/72) with revisions (08/21/72), 35 p.

 

CRISIS

Box 69 , Folder 3

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks. Final, 12/26/73, annotated, 36p. - Xerox of handwritten script, n.d, 45 p. - Handwritten script and typed pages, n.d., 56p.

 

DEAL ME OUT

Box 69 , Folder 4

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks. Final, 10/25/73, with revisions (10/26), 37 p. Xerox of handwritten script, n.d., 69 p.

 

DEAR DAD

Box 67 , Folder 7

Script by Larry Gelbart. Final, 07/31/72, 36 p.

 

DEAR DAD..

Box 190 , Folder 3

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. First draft, July 21, 1972, 36 pages (Includes set list, cast list and notes about costume and makeup). - Final, July 31, 1972, 36 p.

 

DEAR DAD..AGAIN

Box 59 , Folder 6

Scripts by Sheldon Keller and Larry Gelbart. Final (11/22/72) with revisions (11/30/72), 35 p., 2 copies. - Final (07/31/72) with revisions (09/08/72), 36 p.

 

DEAR DAD..THREE

Box 69 , Folder 5

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks. Revised final, 09/24/73, annotated, 40 p. - Revised final. 09/19 & 21, annotated, 40 p. - Final xerox, 09/19, 45 p. - Handwritten script, 41 p.

 

DEAR MA

Box 75 , Folder 3

Scripts by Everett Greenbaum and Jim Fritzell. Rev final (2 copies) 10/08/75, 34 & 37 p. - Final, 10/07, 34 p. - Draft, nd, annotated, 34 p. - Type- & handwritten final, 10/6, annotated.

 

DEAR MILDRED

Box 73 , Folder 7

Scripts by Everett Greenbaum and Jim Fritzell. Rev final, 07/18/75, 34 p. - Final, 04/26/75, 37 p. - Rev final, 07/18, annotated, 37 p. - Draft, nd, annotated, 44 p. - Revised pages.

 

DEAR PEGGY

Box 76 , Folder 1

Scripts by Everett Greenbaum and Jim Fritzell. Final (2 copies), 08/18/75, different annotations, 35 p. - Revised pages, 08/20/75, annotated.

 

DELUGE

Box 75 , Folder 4

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Simon Muntner. Final, 10/14/75, 35 p. - 2nd draft, 10/13/75, annotated, 52 p. - Final, 10/13 & 14, annotated, 49 p. - Handwritten final, 10/07/75, 56 p.

 

DER TAG

Box 75 , Folder 5

Scripts by Everett Greenbaum and Jim Fritzell. Rev. final, 11/26/75, 34 p. - Final (2 copies), 11/25/75, annotated, 31 & 33 p. - Draft, annotated, 33 p. - Added scenes, handwritten, n.d.

 

DIVIDED WE STAND

Box 68 , Folder 3

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Final, 07/26/73, annotated, 38 p. - Final, 07/30, annotated, 39 p. - Typewritten, 07/16 annotated, 29 p. (2 copies) - Partial, 08/03, annotated, 42 p.

 

DR. PIERCE AND MR. HYDE

Box 68 , Folder 2

Scripts by Alan Alda and Robert Klane. Revised final, 08/29/73, 33 p. - Final, 08/17/73, annotated, 40 p. - Partial script, heavily annotated, n.d.

 

EDWINA

Box 59 , Folder 7

Scripts by Hal Dresner. Revised final (06/16/72), annotated, 42 p. - Revised final (09/06/72) with revisions (09/08 & 09/12/72), 35 p.

 

FIGHTING 4077TH, THE

Box 67 , Folder 1

Script by Richard M. Powel. Final draft, dated 05/26/72, with revisions (6/13, 8/11, 8/14) 38 p.

 

FOR THE GOOD OF THE OUTFIT

Box 68 , Folder 5

Scripts by Jerry Mayer. Final, 08/07/73, partially hand written, 42 p. - Final, 08/13/73, annotated, 34 p. - Partial script. - Synopsis, annotated, 02/21/73, 8 p.

 

FOR WANT OF A BOOT..

Box 69 , Folder 6

Scripts by Sheldon Keller. Revised final, 11/29/73, annotated, 33 p. - Handwritten script, 11/26/73, 34 pages. - Revised final 11/27/73, 34 p.

 

FULL RICH DAY, A

Box 70 , Folder 6

Scripts by John D. Hess. Rev. final, 07/25/74, 35 p. - Rev. final, 07/18 & 07/24, annotated, 39 p. - Typed draft, nd, annotated, 36 p. - Handwritten final, 07/18/74, annotated, 55 p.

 

GENERAL FLIPPED AT DAWN, THE

Box 72 , Folder 6

Scripts by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum. Rev. final, 06/24/74, 29 p. - "Shooting notes," 6/13, annotated, 35 p. - Final, 6/13, annotated, 45 p. - Rev final, 06/13 & 24, annotated.

 

GEORGE

Box 70 , Folder 7

Scripts by Regier and Gary Markowitz. Rev final, 2 copies, 01/03/74, 37 p. - Handwritten final, 09/04/73, 21 p. - Drafts (3): 01/02, 12/26, 01/02.

 

GERM WARFARE

Box 59 , Folder 8

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Second revised final (07/18/72) with revsisions (07/19/72), 38 p. - Revised final, (05/30/72) with revisions (06/12/72), 34 p.

 

GUN, THE

Box 75 , Folder 6

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Gene Reynolds. Rev. Final, 10/21/75, 38 p. - Final, 10/20/75, 39 p. - Draft, annotated, pp. 2-39. - Final, handwritten, 10/21/75.

 

HAPPEND ONE NIGHT, IT

Box 76 , Folder 3

Scripts by Gene Reynolds, Larry Gelbart and Simon Muntner. Final (2 copies), 07/03/75, one annotated, 36 p. - Final, 06/30 & 07/03/75, annotated, 35 p.

 

HAWKEYE

Box 76 , Folder 2

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Simon Muntner. Rev. final, 11/24/75, 21 p. - Rev. final, 11/13/75, annotated, 26 p. - Final, 11/13/75,annotated, 27 p. - Typed draft, nd, 22 p. - Draft, annotated, nd.

 

HAWKEYE ON THE DOUBLE

Box 67 , Folder 2

Script by Stanley Ralph Rose. Revised final, dated 11/03/72, 35 p.

 

HENRY IN LOVE

Box 69 , Folder 7

Scripts: Revised final, 11/20/73, annotated, 37 p. - Revised final, 11/19 & 11/20, annotated, 42 p. - Handwritten, 11/19/73, annotated, 42 p.

 

HENRY--PLEASE COME HOME

Box 59 , Folder 9

Script by Laurence Marks. Revised final (06/13/72) with revisions (06/16, 06/26, 07/07, & 07/24/72), 36 p.

 

HEY, DOC

Box 77 , Folder 1

Scripts by Rick Mittleman. Rev. final, 08/28/75, 35 p. - Final, 08/27/75, 43 p. - Draft, annotated, n.d., 45 p. - Final, handwritten, 08/27/75.

 

HOT LIPS AND EMPTY ARMS

Box 69 , Folder 8

Scripts by Linda Bloodworth and Mary Kay Place. Final, 11/06/73, 38 p. - Final (handwritten and typed) 11/05/73, 44 p. - Draft (handwritten and typed) 11/02/73.

 

HOUSE ARREST

Box 72 , Folder 7

Scripts by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum. Final, 08/28/74, 34 p. - Final, 08/20 & 27, annotated, 40 p. - Revised pages, nd, annotated.

 

I HATE A MYSTERY

Box 59 , Folder 10

Scripts by Hal Dresner. Revised first draft (06/16/72), 36 p. - First draft (06/05/72), heavily annotated, 39 p.

Box 67 , Folder 3

Script by Hal Dresner. Second revised final, dated 7/31/72, with revisions (8/1, 8/3, 8/9), 38 p.

 

INCUBATOR, THE

Box 70 , Folder 1

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks. Final, 10/18/73, 36 p. - Revised, (handwritten and typed), 10/18/73, 60 p. - Transcript of conference with Marks, Gelbart, Reynolds, 10/13.

 

INTERVIEW, THE

Box 77 , Folder 2

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Final, 12/15/75, 23 p. - Final, 12/16/75, annotated, 24 p. - Typed draft, annotated, 26 p. - Typed- & handwritten draft, n.d. - Continuity, annotated, nd, 12 p.

Box 190 , Folder 5

Script by Larry Gelbart. Final, 12/15/75, 23 p. - Final, 12/16, annotated, 39+ p. - Final, 12/16, annotated, 22 p. - Transcript of actor interviews (in character), 12/10. - Production requirments.

 

IRON GUTS KELLY

Box 74 , Folder 1

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Sid Dorfman. Fully rev. final, 05/24/74, 39 p. - Handwritten final, May 1974, 55 p. - Partial script, 06/06/74, annotated.

 

KIDS, THE

Box 76 , Folder 4

Scripts by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum. Rev. final (2 copies), 09/04/75, one with rev. pages, 34 p. - Final, 09/03/75, 34 p. - Final, 05/22/75, annotated, 39 p. - Draft, annotated, nd.

 

KIM

Box 70 , Folder 2

Scripts by Marc Mandel, Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks. Final, 08/31/73, 36 p. - Handwritten final, 08/09/73, 50 p. - Partial script (includes handwritten pages), 09/26/73.

 

L.I.P.

Box 68 , Folder 6

Scripts by Carl Kleinschmitt. Revised final, 09/05/73, 33 p. - Final, 08/20/73, annotated, 39 p. - Final (xerox of handwritten), 08/20/73, 30 p. - Partial script, 8/29, pp 9 - 30.

 

LATE CAPTAIN PIERCE, THE

Box 77 , Folder 3

Scripts by Glen Charles & Les Charles. Rev. final (2), 8/4/75, one annotated, 39 p. - Rev. final, 8/2 & 4, annotated, 45 p. - Handwritten final, 8/4. - Partial draft, annotated, n.d.

 

LIFE WITH FATHER

Box 73 , Folder 1

Scripts by Everett Greenbaum and Jim Fritzell. Final, 05/10/74, 39 p. - Final, 05/08 & 10, annotated, 37 p. - Revisions, 05/14 & 16, annotated.

 

LONGJOHN FLAP, THE

Box 67 , Folder 4

Scripts by Alan Alda. - First draft, 11/27/72, annotated, 41 p. - Revised final, 12/08/72, with annotations and revisions, (12/14) 36 p.

 

LOVE & MARRIAGE

Box 73 , Folder 2

Scripts by Arthur Julian. Rev. final, 10/15/74, 35 p. - Final, 09/04/74, annotated, 37 p. - Draft, 09/30/74, annotated, 35 p.

 

LOVE STORY

Box 67 , Folder 5

Script by Laurence Marks, Final, 11/02/72, 35 p.

 

MAD DOGS AND SERVICEMEN

Box 73 , Folder 3

Scripts by Linda Bloodworth and Mary Kay Place. Rev final, 09/12/74, 34 p. - Final, 08/21 & 09/03, annotated, 37 p. - Draft, nd, annotated, 26 p.

 

MAIL CALL

Box 74 , Folder 2

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks. Rev final, 01/10/74, 39 p. - Xerox of handwritten final, 01/09/74 - Partial draft, annotated, 37 p.

 

MAIL CALL AGAIN

Box 76 , Folder 5

Scripts by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum. Rev. final, 10/27/75, 36 p. - Final, 10/23/75, annotated, 36 p. - Draft, n.d., annotated, 36 p.

 

MOOSE, THE

Box 67 , Folder 8

Script by Laurence Marks. Revised final, 07/27/72, 33 p.

 

MORE I SEE YOU, THE

Box 77 , Folder 4

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Gene Reynolds. Rev. final, 12/10/75, 38 p. - Final, 12/08/75, 38 p. - Draft, n.d., annotated, 38 p. - Type and handwritten final, 12/08/75.

 

NOVOCAINE MUTINY, THE

Box 76 , Folder 6

Scripts by Burt Prelutsky. Rev. final 12/03/75, 37 p. - Final, 12/02/75, 39 p. - Rev final, 12/02/75, annotated, 39 p. - Final, 12/02/75, annotated, 38 p.

 

O.R

Box 74 , Folder 4

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Laurence Marks. Rev final, 6/12/74, annotated, 41 p. - Rev final, 6/6 & 6/12, annotated, 34 p. - Typed final, 6/6, annotated, 42 p. - Handwritten final, 05/24, 61 p.

 

OF MOOSE AND MEN

Box 76 , Folder 7

Scripts by Jay Folb. Final (2 copies), 07/10/75, one annotated, 39 p. - Typed final, June 1975, 42 p.

 

OFFICER OF THE DAY

Box 74 , Folder 3

Scripts by Laurence Marks. Rev final, 06/17/74, 35 p. - Rev final, 05/20 & 06/17, annotated, 34 p. - Handwritten final, 05/20, annotated.

 

OFFICERS ONLY

Box 70 , Folder 3

Scripts by Ed Jurist. Final, 11/12/73, 39 p. - Xerox of handwritten script, 11/08/73. - Revised pages, 11/19/73, annotated.

 

OPERATION NOSELIFT

Box 70 , Folder 4

Scripts by Erik Tarloff and Paul Richards. Revised final, 12/03/73, 38 p. - Typed and handwritten script, 11/30/73, annotated. - Draft, nd, annotated. - Draft, typed, 11/29, annotated.

 

PAYDAY

Box 74 , Folder 5

Scripts by Regier and Gary Markowitz. Final, 06/03/74, 39 p. - Revised, 06/06/74, annotated, 39 p. - Type- and handwritten fianl, June 1974, annotated, 44 p.

 

PRICE OF TOMATO JUICE, THE

Box 77 , Folder 5

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Gene Reynolds. - Rev final, 10/31/75, 38 p. - Handwritten final, 10/31/75, 51 p. - Draft, annotated, 40 p.

 

PRIVATE CHARLES LAMB

Box 74 , Folder 6

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Sid Dorfman. Final, 07/16/74, 36 p. - Typed Final, 06/14/74, annotated, 35 p. - Type- and handwritten draft, 07/14/74, annotated.

 

QUE VADIS, CAPTAIN CHANDLER?

Box 78 , Folder 1

Scripts by Burt Prelutsky. Rev. final (2): 09/22/75, 36 & 37 p. (annotated). - Final (2): 09/18/75, 34 p. (annotated) & 37 p.

 

RADAR'S REPORT

Box 71 , Folder 1

Scripts by Laurence Marks and Sheldon Keller. Final, 08/01/73, 32 p. - Xeroxed final, 07/30 & 08/01, annotated, 31 p. - Incomplete draft, 08/02, annotated. - Synopsis, 07/06, annotated, 3 p.

 

RAINBOW BRIDGE

Box 74 , Folder 7

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks. Rev final, 05/08/74, annotated, 34 p. - Rev final, 5/7 & 8, annotated, 39 p. - Typed draft, annotated, 37 p. - Handwritten draft, nd.

 

REQUIEM FOR A LIGHTWEIGHT

Box 67 , Folder 9

Scripts by Bob Klane. Revised final, 08/01/72, with revisions (8/11, 8/16), 35 p. - Xerox draft, 05/17/72, annotated. - Xerox draft, no date, annotated.

 

RINGBANGER, THE

Box 66 , Folder 7

Scripts by Jerry Mayer. Revised final, 11/21/72, 39p. - Final, 11/21 - Second, 11/6, annotated, 37p. - Revised, 11/15, annotated & partially hand written, 36p. - First, 10/12, annotated.

 

SHOWTIME

Box 71 , Folder 2

Scripts by Robert Klane and Larry Gelbart. Final, 01/29/73, 33 p. - Typed final, 01/26 & 01/29, annotated, 54 p.

 

SMATTERING OF INTELLIGENCE, A

Box 74 , Folder 8

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Laurence Marks. Rev final, 01/11/7438 p. - Final 1/11, includes call sheets, annotated, 38 p. - Handwritten draft, 1/14, 61 p. - Draft, annotated, pp 2-38 - Notes, nd.

 

SMILIN JACK

Box 77 , Folder 6

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Simon Muntner. Final, dated 08/14/75, 35 p., 35 p. (with revisions), 36 p. (handwritten copy).

 

SNIPER, THE

Box 71 , Folder 3

Scripts by Richard Powell. Rev. final, 10/05/73, 39 p. - Typed final, 10/03/73, annotated, 43 p. - Revised drafts (3): Dated 10/05, 10/08, & n.d.

 

SOLDIER OF THE MONTH

Box 78 , Folder 2

Scripts by Linda Bloodworth. Rev. final (3 copies), 10/02/75, 38 p. (annotated), 35 p., 36 p. (annotated). - Final (2): 10/01/75, 36 p. & 37 p. (annotated).

 

SOME 38TH PARALLELS

Box 77 , Folder 7

Scripts by Regier and Gary Markowitz. Final, dated 11/20/75, 36 p., 37 p. (annotated & revised pages), 43+ (handwritten & annotated).

 

SOMETIMES YOU HEAR THE BULLET

Box 67 , Folder 10

Scripts by Carl Kleinschmitt. Revised final, 12/04/72, with revisions (12/7, 12/8), 34p. - Revised draft, 11/29/72, annotated.

Box 190 , Folder 4

First draft script by Carl Kleinschmitt, November 27 1972, 46 p. - Final, November 30 1972, 38 p. - Story outline, annotated, no date, 13 p.

 

SPRINGTIME

Box 73 , Folder 4

Scripts by Linda Bloodworth and Mary Kay Place. Rev final, 05/16/74, 35 p. - Final, 05/15/74, annotated, 41 p. - Final, 05/14/74, annotated, 42 p.

 

STICKY WICKET

Box 67 , Folder 11

Scripts by Richard Baer, Laurence Marks, Larry Gelbart. Revised final, 12/20/72, 40p. - "Writing Credit to be Determined," 12/20 - final, 29p, annotated - no author, no date, annotated, 34p.

 

THERE IS NOTHING LIKE A NURSE

Box 75 , Folder 1

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Rev final, 07/15/74, 31 p. - Revised draft, 07/11/74, annotated, 41 p. - (2) Typed draft, nd, annotated, 29 p. & 41 p. - Handwritten draft, nd, 59 p.

 

TO MARKET, TO MARKET

Box 67 , Folder 12

Scripts by Burt Styler. Final, 05/31/72, with revisions (7/13), 36 p. - First, 05/22/72, annotated.

 

TRIAL OF HENRY BLAKE, THE

Box 70 , Folder 5

Scripts by McLean Stevenson and Larry Gelbart. Rev. final, 09/18/73, 33 p. - Final, 09/12, annotated, 37 p. - Typed final, 09/10, annotated, 46 p. - Handwritten act two, nd. - Revised pages, 9/17.

 

TUTTLE

Box 67 , Folder 13

Script by Bruce Shelly and David Ketchum. Final, dated 11/08/72, 36 p.

 

WELCOME TO KOREA PARTS I & II

Box 78 , Folder 3

Scripts by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum. 3rd rev. final (2 copies), 1/9/76: Part 1, 36 p., & Part 2, 42 p. - 2nd rev. final (2 copies) 7/24, 65 p. & Part 1, 35 p. (annotated). - Final, 06/15, 38 p.

Box 78 , Folder 4

Scripts by Jim Fritzell and Everett Grennbaum. 2nd rev. final (Part Two). 01/24/75, annotated, 48 p. - Final, 07/02/75, annotated, 47 p. 2nd rev final (both), 7/24, annotated, 60 p. - Various drafts.

 

WHITE GOLD

Box 73 , Folder 5

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Simon Muntner. Rev final, 10/02/74, 34 p. - Typed final, 09/23/74, annotated, 38 p. - Revised pages, nd, annotated. Additional scene, handwritten, 2p.

 

YANKEE DOODLE DOCTOR

Box 67 , Folder 6

Scripts by Laurence Marks. Final, 08/22/72, with revisions (8/23, 8/24), 38 p. - Final, 08/22/72, 38 p. - No date, annoated, 43 p.

 

M*A*S*H (20th Century-Fox, 1971)

 

Box 78 , Folder 6

Screenplay: Written by Ring Lardner Jr. Based on novel by Richard Hooker. Dated 02/26/69, 141 p.

 

MASTERGATE (Stage)

 

Box 48 , Folder 3

Handwritten and typed revisions. - Annotated typed script, 74 pages, revised 1/12/88.

Box 48 , Folder 4

Publicity correspondence, issued by the Golden Group, representing the Cirterion Center production, 1989.

Box 48 , Folder 5

Playbills/flyers: American Repertory Theatre (Boston), incl. and ticket stubbs, 1989. - Flyers for Berkeshire Public Theatre (Pittsfield MA), 1990.

Box 48 , Folder 6

Clippings regarding the Washington and New York productions, 1989 - 1990. approx. 200 items.

Box 51 , Folder 1

Script, reviews, and photographs (6 b/w) of the University California Irvine presentation, in August 1992.

Box 52 , Folder 2

Correspondence re - University California Irvine stage production. Dated Spring 1992. Includes some legal issues re Showtime production interfering with UCI production.

Box 52 , Folder 4

Correspondence re various versions for different staged performances. Dated 1990-1992.

Box 52 , Folder 6

"A Play on Words." Book by Larry Gelbart, dated 11/01/90. Includes excerpts printed in magazines.

Box 52 , Folder 8

"A Congressional Hearing" by Larry Gelbart. Dated 2/88.

Box 52 , Folder 9

"A Congressional Hearing" by Larry Gelbart. Two copies, both dated 3/88. Both heavily by differently annotated.

Box 52 , Folder 10

"A Congressional Hearing" by Larry Gelbart. Dated 4/88.

Box 54 , Folder 1

"A Congressional Hearing" by Larry Gelbart. First draft, dated 05/15/88.

Box 54 , Folder 2

"A Congressional Hearing" by Larry Gelbart. Two copies, dated 06/01/88, one heavily annotated.

Box 54 , Folder 3

"A Congressional Hearing" by Larry Gelbart. Two copies - Dated 11/16/88, marked "Dear Mom this is a first draft, there will be many changes." - Proof copy, dated 12/01/88 (annotated).

Box 54 , Folder 4

"A Congressional Hearing" by Larry Gelbart. Two scripts. 1) Dated 12/07/88 2) Dated 12/23/88, marked "Please Save for Larry Gelbart, The Charles Hotel, .."

Box 54 , Folder 5

"A Congressional Hearing" by Larry Gelbart. Two scripts, dated 12/28/88, one with copious annotations, 60 and 74 pages respectively.

Box 54 , Folder 6

"A Congressional Hearing" by Larry Gelbart. Two copies, dated 01/23/89. Annotated.

Box 55 , Folder 1

"A Congressional Hearing" by Larry Gelbart, dated 02/08/89, marked "A.R.T. version, 1st Perfromance". - "A Play on Words", by Larry Gelbart, dated 02/08/89.

Box 55 , Folder 2

"A Congressional Hearing" by Larry Gelbart. Dated 08/01/89.

Box 55 , Folder 3

"A Play on Words" by Larry Gelbart. Dated 10/12/89.

Box 55 , Folder 5

Incomplete script, pages 1-52, heavily annotated. - Incomplete script, pp. 25-92, annotated. - Several groups of pages of revisions.

Box 55 , Folder 6

Script, pages 2-62, untitled, n.d. - Typed notes entitled "Hollywood, D.C," dated 01/02/88, 10 pages. - Revised pages, some dated 2/3, 2/4, 2/6, 5/23/89.

Box 55 , Folder 7

Congratulatory notes and telegrams regarding the New York opening, 10/89. Approximately 100 items.

Box 55 , Folder 8

Correspondence regarding contract negotiations for potential theatre rights, publishing rights, and movie rights. Includes xerox copies of checks paid for movie rights. Dates range in 1989.

Box 55 , Folder 9

Articles in Theater Week, Oct. 16, 1989, The Nation, Nov. 6, 1989, - Acrostic in Harpers, February 1990. (Missing -10/24/98).

Box 55 , Folder 10

Copies of publicity drawings, 8 items. Includes note from Gene Wolsk (artist).

Box 55 , Folder 11

Correspondence and list of inquieris regarding the publication and future production of the play, 1989/90. - The Golden Group, Advertising Copy: copy lines for for print, tv, radio, 7 pages, 1989.

Box 55 , Folder 12

Production items: Rehearsal schedules (9/26/89), rehearsal calender, (8/27/89 - 10/7/89), casting lists (Simon and Kumin Casting), company contact sheet (9/30/89).

Box 55 , Folder 14

"The Found Poetry of Lt. Col. Oliver L. North as found and compiled by John W. Hart, III". And Books, South Bend, Indiana. 28 pages.

Box 55 , Folder 15

"Larry Gelbart on Mastergate" by Arthur Holmberg (interview). - Biographies of Larry Gelbart, Michael Engler, Joseph Daly, and Steve Hofvendahl. Includes expanded biography of Engler.

Box 55 , Folder 16

Article about stage production, by Larry Gelbart. Three drafts, each with coversheet addressed to Andrea Chapin.

 

MASTERGATE (Radio)

 

Box 52 , Folder 3

"A Play on Words" by Larry Gelbart. Two scripts, both dated 03/15/92. Each is heavily but differently annotated.

Box 52 , Folder 5

"A Play on Words" by Larry Gelbart. Radio scripts. Both dated 03/15/92. One labeled "Original." Some annotations.

Box 52 , Folder 7

"A Congressional Hearing" by Larry Gelbart. Dated 08/01/89.

Box 55 , Folder 4

"A Play on Words" by Larry Gelbart. Dated 10/12/89, marked "Recording Version." Annotated.

 

MASTERGATE (Television)

 

Box 51 , Folder 2

"A Play on Words" by Larry Gelbart, 79 pages. First draft for TV adaptation, July 14, 1992.

Box 51 , Folder 3

Correspondence, revisions of scripts, April-August 1992, contract re productions, incl. UCI and Showtime production.

Box 51 , Folder 4

"A Play on Words" by Larry Gelbart. Final draft for TV adaptation, 82 pages, July 27, 1992. - Final Final Final Draft, 77 pages, July 27, 1992. - Extra pages 33, 43.

Box 51 , Folder 5

"A Play on Words" by Larry Gelbart. - June 1, 1960, 68 pages and 2-page postscript. - Revised June 15, 1960, 68 pages and 2-page postscript, with annotations.

Box 51 , Folder 6

Golden Gate Award - Honorable Mention for Television Comedy category. Awarded at the 36th San Francisco International Film Festival, 04/29 - 05/13/93.

Box 51 , Folder 7

Letters of congratulation for Showtime production. Dated November and December 1992.

Box 51 , Folder 8

Press previews and reviews of Showtime producton. Dated Fall 1992.

Box 51 , Folder 9

"First print notes," handwritten, 9/22/92, 3p.

Box 52 , Folder 1

"A Play on Words" by Larry Gelbart. Photocopy of a Samuel French publication of script, nd. Includes thank you letters for video cassettssent to White House, 11/08/93.

Box 55 , Folder 13

Excerpt for the "Today" show, 13 October, 1989. 3 p.

 

MIDWAY (Stage)

 

Box 10 , Folder 7

"One Minute Play" (4 pages), submitted to American Repertory Theatre and Institute for Avanced Theatre Training, Cambridge, MA, April 1990. (Fundraising event).

 

MOVIE MOVIE (Warner Bros., 1978)

 

Box 48 , Folder 2

Handwritten draft and notes for script. No date.

Box 89 , Folder 4

Script by Larry Gelbart. Handwritten draft, annotated, 10/10/77.

Box 89 , Folder 5

Handwritten "Movie Movie Log Log," Notes as explanation for screenplay, 11/28/78. - "Story Behind Movie Movie," 11/12/78. - Newsreel script.

Box 89 , Folder 7

Record album lyrics. Some typed, some hand written. Dated 1979. 21 items.

Box 95 , Folder 1

Correspondence, dated 10/21/82 - 4/16/79. 40 items.

Box 95 , Folder 2

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Sheldon Keller. Rev draft entitled "Double Feature," 06/13/77, annotated, 136 p. - Partial script, annotated.

Box 95 , Folder 3

Script by Larry Gelbart and Sheldon Keller. First draft, entitled "Double Feature," dated 09/15/76, 136 p.

Box 95 , Folder 4

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Shelden Keller First draft, dated 06/01/76, annotated, 67 p. - Typed draft, 06/01/76, annotated, 69 p.

Box 95 , Folder 5

Press Clippings, dated 1978, including reviews.

Box 95 , Folder 6

Press packet materials: transcripts of broadcast reviews, reviews, interviews, general plublicity information, 1978.

Box 95 , Folder 7

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft, entitled "Double Feature," annotated, 147 p., no date.

Box 95 , Folder 8

Script by Larry Gelbart and Sheldon Keller. Revised draft, dated 07/01/77, annotated.

Box 95 , Folder 9

Publicity stills (8 items); Clippings (2 items).

Box 96 , Folder 1

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Sheldon Keller. - Rev. draft, labeled "Master," 06/13/76, annotated, 122 p. - Rev. draft, 06/13/77, 122 p.

Box 96 , Folder 2

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Sheldon Keller. Typed draft, no date, annotated, 125 p. - Revised pages, 09/14/77, annotated.

Box 96 , Folder 3

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Sheldon Keller. Rev. partial draft, 09/14/77, annotated, pp. 61-121. - Rev draft, 07/01/77, annotated, pp. 3-121. - Revised pages, annotations.

Box 96 , Folder 4

Shooting schedule, dated 11/15/77, marked "start date 11/17/77, finish date 1/15/78". - Music and lyrics for "Baxters Beauties of 1933" segment.

Box 96 , Folder 5

Revision of "Dynamite Hands", dated 9/7/77, pp. 2-45. (2 copies) - Continuity for "Torching for Bill" segment, 8 p.

Box 96 , Folder 6

Research for "Dynamite Hands" segment. Dated 08/22/77. Compiled by de Forest Research.

Box 96 , Folder 7

Lyrics: I Just Need the Girl, 12/7/77. - What a Cutie, 12/12/77.

Box 133 , Folder 1

Correspondence regarding legal issues with the film. 1975-1977.

Box 198 , Folder 6

Exhibitor presski, including reviews, articles and illustrations.

 

MOVIE MOVIE 2 (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 89 , Folder 3

Handwritten script by Larry Gelbart. Part one, 08/01/78, 76 p. - Part two, 06/20/78, 81 p.

Box 89 , Folder 6

Handwritten breakdown of scenes with notes, annotated and illustrated. - Typed first draft, August 1 1978. - Typed revised pages.

Box 96 , Folder 8

Script. Typed first draft, 08/01/78, annotated, 133 p.

Box 96 , Folder 9

Script by Larry Gelbart. First draft, 08/01/78, 142 p.

Box 131 , Folder 4

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. First draft, 08/01/78, "To Have and To Want," 142 p. - Incomplete draft, no date, "To Have and To Want," 63 p.

 

MR. & MRS. (Television Project)

 

Box 143 , Folder 1

Pilot script by Larry Gelbart. First draft, n.d., 36 p. - Draft, 09/01/70, 47 p. - Draft, 09/04/70, 44 p.

Box 143 , Folder 3

Project notes, n.d., both typed and handwritten, includes revision pages.

 

SOLO FOR FOUR HANDS

Box 143 , Folder 2

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft, 09/09/70, 43 p.

 

MUPPETS IN CONCERT (Stage)

 

Box 164 , Folder 2

"Some Thoughts on 'The Muppets in Concert," 1973, 4 p. -Sketches for muppets and choreography (4).

 

MY BUDDY (Television Project)

 

Box 167 , Folder 2

"A Comedy Series for Buddy Hackett by Larry Gelbart. Draft, no date, 48 p. - Draft, no date, 51 p.

 

MY LA (Stage)

 

Box 143 , Folder 4

Reviews for opening approx. 20 items, circa 1951.

Box 143 , Folder 5

Congratulatory telegrams regarding opening (9), dated December 7 1950. - Playbill for the Forum Theatre - Oversized program from the Forum (2). - Call for investors in MY LA Ltd.

Box 143 , Folder 6

Scenes and lyrics. Approx. 200 p. circa 1951. Some annotations.

 

MY WIVES, JANE (Television)

 

Box 49 , Folder 3

Scripts for pilot episode written by Larry Gelbart: First draft, September 25, 1970. - Revised November 1970. - final draft, December 11, 1970. - Additional revised pages.

 

MY FAVORITE SPY (Paramount, 1951)

 

Box 90 , Folder 2

Revisions (11 items) to screenplay, marked "Larry and Larry." Written by Edmund Hartmann, Jack Sher, Edmond Beloin, Lou Breslow and Hal Kanter. Annotations in Larry Gelbart's handwritting. No date.

 

NAM (Television Project)

 

Box 155 , Folder 5

"An Idea for a Limited Television Series", by Larry Gelbart, July 30, 1976, 2 pages ms and 2 pages typed. - Incl. Writers Guild registration.

 

NEIGHBORS (Columbia, 1981)

 

Box 99 , Folder 5

Book "Neighbors", a novel by Thomas Berger. New York, Delacorte Pres, 1980. 275 p. Sparse annotations.

Box 99 , Folder 6

Script by Larry Gelbart. From the Novel by Thomas Berger. Dated MArch 23, 1981. 118 pages.

Box 100 , Folder 1

Script by Larry Gelbart. From the novel by Thomas Berger. Typed revised first draft, 09/08/80. Sparse annotations. 143 pages. - Rev. first draft, annotated, same date, 133 pages.

Box 100 , Folder 2

Transcription of the novel into screenplay form by Roy Namerson. Sparse annotations. No date. 228 pages.

Box 100 , Folder 3

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. First draft, heavily annotated, 08/15/80, 167 p. - First draft, 08/15/80, 134 p.

Box 100 , Folder 4

Script by Larry Gelbart. 2nd revised version, September 1980, 138 pages, with annotations.

Box 100 , Folder 5

Newspaper clippings, 1984, 3 items.

Box 101 , Folder 1

Script by Larry Gelbart. Revised draft, dated 9/29/80, 119 p.

Box 101 , Folder 2

Script by Larry Gelbart. Revised draft, dated 02/04/81, annotated, 115 p.

Box 101 , Folder 3

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft, dated 02/03/81, 111 p.

Box 101 , Folder 4

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft, dated 03/23/81, annotated, 118p.

Box 101 , Folder 5

Shooting scripts, no date, annotated (by Larry Gelbart), 97 page, 2 versions/copies. - Tentative Writing Credits, 07/07/81.

Box 101 , Folder 6

Shooting Schedule, n.d., 44 pages.

Box 101 , Folder 7

Chronology for Neighbors, dated 11/21/81, written by Larry Gelbart in reference to the writing controversy with John Belushi and Dan Akroyd.

Box 101 , Folder 8

Notes on the film, written by Larry Gelbart, dated 10/21/81 and 11/30/81. - Includes 2 letters from Gelbart to Richard Zanuck and David Brown regarding the notes.

Box 102 , Folder 1

Correspondence, dated 7/7/80 - 5/28/83, regarding early stages of script development, production, and the post-production controversy with John Belushui and Dan Akroyd. - Includes contracts.

Box 102 , Folder 2

Clippings and correspondence re: controversy over writing credits, approx. 20 items.

Box 103 , Folder 1

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. First draft, handwritten, August 15, 1980, 174 pages - Notes, 9 pages.

Box 103 , Folder 2

Combined continuity, n.d., 133 p.

Box 198 , Folder 5

Advertising supplement to Variety.

 

NETWORK (Television Project)

 

Box 180 , Folder 9

Articles, 6 items, regarding production, restarting of the television brance of MGM/UA, hiring of Larry Gelbart as producer, etc. Articles dated January 1996. Most are printouts from AOL.

Box 180 , Folder 10

Casting lists for series. Lists were compiled by Gary M. Zuckerbrod Casting Co. Lists dated April, 1996. 8 items.

Box 180 , Folder 11

Correspondence, 1996 (6 items). - Profit breakdown, n.d. - Cover page for pilot episode, 3/21/96.

Box 188 , Folder 7

Screenplay by Paddy Chayefsky, MGM/UA, 1976. Dated May 15, 1975. Annotated. 160 pages.

Box 188 , Folder 8

Research materials. Marked "'Network,' Research prepared for Larry Gelbart, by Bobette Buster, January 1996."

 

"Pilot"

Box 188 , Folder 1

Script by La rry Gelbart. Based on the screenplay by Paddy Chayefsky. First draft. March 1, 1996. 54 pages. 3 copies.

Box 188 , Folder 2

Script by Larry Gelbart. Based on the screenplay by Paddy Chayefsky. Revised first draft. March 7, 1996. 33 pages. - Handwritten notes for act one.

Box 188 , Folder 3

Scripts: One copy is marked "For George, with love, L.G." Dated March 21, 1996. 32 pages. 2 copies.

Box 188 , Folder 4

Script. No title page. Marked "3/1/96." 43 pages.

Box 188 , Folder 5

Scripts (2 copies): No title pages, no dates. - Annotated with 33 pages. - Annotated with 30 pages.

Box 188 , Folder 6

Revision pages. February 22, 1996 (12 pages). - November 28, 1996 (2 pages).

 

NIRVANA WEST (Television Project)

 

Box 164 , Folder 10

Writers Guild West registration of story idea and title for a television series. Includes typed and handwritten description of the proposed series. April 14, 1977.

 

NOAH (Television Project)

 

Box 81 , Folder 13

Treatment for a television project. Written by Larry Gelbart and Leonard Gross. 6 p.

 

NOBODY LIKES AN HONEST COP (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 102 , Folder 3

Script entitled "Monsieur Lecoq" by Ian Hunter and Zero Mostel, dated May 1967, 114 p. - Revision pages by Larry Gelbart, with suggested scene changes, 04/10/67.

Box 102 , Folder 4

Screenplay entitled "Monsieur Lecoq" by Ian Hunter and Zero Mostel. Revised, dated July 1967, Heavily annotated, 109 pages.

Box 102 , Folder 5

Screenplay entitled "Monsieur Lecoq" by Ian Hunter, Zero Moster and revised by Larry Gelbart. - Revised script, dated August 1967, annotated, 121 p.

Box 102 , Folder 6

Screenplay entitled "Monsieur Lecoq", by Ian Hunter and Zero Mostel. Revised, dated September1967, 117 p.

Box 163 , Folder 5

Script entitled "Nobody Likes an Honest Cop (Or the Other Kind Either)" A screenplay by Larry Gelbart. Draft, June 1970, 98 p.

Box 163 , Folder 6

Screenplay by Larry Gelbart. Draft, Marked "22," May 1970, 155 p.

Box 163 , Folder 7

Screenplay by Larry Gelbart. Draft, May and June 1970, annotated, 136 p.

Box 163 , Folder 8

Screenplay by Larry Gelbart. No date. 83 p. - Another draft, n.d., 83p. - Added scene, "Dynamite Hands," 7/26/78, 4p.

 

NOSTALGIA (Television)

 

Box 189 , Folder 8

Scripts (2 copies). Draft, signed "Larry", October 1967, annotated, 15 p. Written for Jimmy Durante.

 

NOT WITH MY WIFE, YOU DON'T (Warner Bros., 1966)

 

Box 167 , Folder 1

Scrip bBy Norman Panama, Larry Gelbart and Peter Barnes. From original story by Norman Panama and Melvin Frank. Final draft, 01/18/66, annotated, 167 p. - Publicity packet from film.

 

NOTORIOUS LANDLADY (Columbia, 1962)

 

Box 89 , Folder 2

Press clippings, 1962, includes reviews of the film and synopsis.

Box 92 , Folder 3

Script. No author, annotated, 02/01/61, 191 p.

Box 92 , Folder 4

Script by Ian Hunter. Estimating script, 03/02/61, 128 p.

Box 92 , Folder 5

Script by Larry Gelbart. Estimating draft, dated 3/9/61, annotated, 194 p.

Box 92 , Folder 6

Script by Larry Gelbart. Final draft, dated 04/10/61, 194 p.

Box 92 , Folder 7

Script by Larry Gelbart. Second revised final draft, 05/10/61, includes revision pages, 192 p.

Box 92 , Folder 8

Correspondence and script review, n.d.

 

THE NUTTY PROFESSOR (MCA/Universal, 1996)

 

Box 164 , Folder 9

Handwritten notes 4 items, regarding prologue and credits sequences. Dated September 30, 1994.

Box 172 , Folder 10

Script by Barry Blaustein and David Sheffield. Second draft, April 15 1994, annotated, 106 p. Cover letter from Gil Netter to LG, March 2, 1995.

Box 174 , Folder 1

Script breakdown by Sheffield and Blaustein, n.d., 4 p. - Act one of script (2 copies), 10/17/94, 27 & 29 p. - Handwritten notes for prologue, no date.

Box 174 , Folder 2

Script. No author. Draft, November 7, 1994, 113 p.

Box 174 , Folder 3

Script. No author. Draft, October 9, 1994, annotated, 139 p.

Box 174 , Folder 4

Script: No author. Draft, October 31, 1994, 78 p.

Box 174 , Folder 5

2nd pass outline, dated October 5, 1974, 82 scenes and 82 + pages.

Box 174 , Folder 6

Revisions and outlines for script. Dated November 1994. All are heavily annotated.

Box 174 , Folder 7

Correspondence regarding rewrites. Many have attached scene changes or other notes. Dated August-December, 1994.

Box 174 , Folder 8

Script by David Sheffield and Barry Blaustein. Revised by Larry Gelbart. First draft, November 13, 1994, 126 p.

Box 174 , Folder 9

Transcript: Typed notes for script from audiocasette tapes dictated from September 21st to November 1st 1994. 239 pages, few annotations.

Box 175 , Folder 1

Script by Barry Blaustein and David Sheffield. Rewrite by Tom Shadyac and Steve Oedekerk. First draft, February 1, 1995, 102 p.

Box 175 , Folder 2

Script by Barry Blaustein and David Sheffield. Revised by Larry Gelbart. Second draft, December 20, 1994, 113 p.

Box 175 , Folder 3

Script: No author, no date. 100 pages.

Box 175 , Folder 4

Script: No author. Marked "10/5/94 - 2nd Pass." Heavilly annotated.

Box 175 , Folder 5

Research. Photocopied articles regarding gene therapy (March 1992).Articles are annotated.

Box 175 , Folder 6

Notes: Paragraph outline of script, September 21, 1994, 56 p. - List of rewrite dates by scene and page, 9 p. - Book titles relavent to the script with postit note to Larry.

Box 175 , Folder 7

Writer's Guild of America arbitration paperwork regarding screen credits for the 1996 film. Materials dated November 1995.

Box 175 , Folder 8

Script by Barry Blaustein & David Sheffield. Rev. by Tom Shadyac, Steve Oedekerk, Jay Kogen, Wallace Wolodarsky, Jeff Price & Peter Seaman. Third draft, May 19, 1995, revised numerous times, 99 p

Box 175 , Folder 9

Script: No author, no date. Draft, annotated, 106 p.

 

OH, GOD (Warner Bros., 1977)

 

Box 111 , Folder 1

Script by Avery Corman, based on his novel Oh, God. Draft, July 22, 1974, annotated, 152 p.

Box 111 , Folder 2

Typed draft by Larry Gelbart based on the novel by Avery Corman. First draft, June 1, 1975, 127 p.

Box 111 , Folder 3

Script by Avery Corman, Marked "Rec'd January 1976," 110 p.

Box 111 , Folder 4

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft, August 26, 1976, 139 p.

Box 111 , Folder 5

Script by Larry Gelbart. Final, January 3, 1977, with revised pages, 140 p.

Box 111 , Folder 6

Script. Draft, no author, no date, annotated, 122 p.

Box 111 , Folder 7

Script by Carl Reiner, from the first draft of Larry Gelbart. Final draft, October 19, 1976, annotated, 172 p.

Box 111 , Folder 8

Correspondence, dated 11/17/75-5/19/83: Re: opening, congradulatory notes, and items regarding writing credits controversy between Gelbart, Avery Corman, and Carl Reiner.

Box 112 , Folder 1

Handwritten first draft by Larry Gelbart. From the Novel by Avery Corman. No date. 172 pages.

Box 112 , Folder 2

Press Clippings, dated 1977, regarding the production. Approx. 50 items.

Box 112 , Folder 3

Notes, dated 1/21/75, handwritten and typed, 3 p.

Box 113 , Folder 3

Photograph of theatre marque playing Oh God, Winter of 1977 or 1978. Theater name unreadable due to angle.

Box 113 , Folder 4

Paperback edition Oh God by Avery Corman. Annotated by Larry Gelbart.

 

ONE TWO THREE FOUR FIVE (Stage)

 

Box 103 , Folder 8

Handwritten draft by Maury Yeston and Larry Gelbart (Gelbart's handwritting). First draft, January 18, 1986.

Box 103 , Folder 9

Handwritten draft. Dated February 1987.

Box 107 , Folder 9

Partial script. Various dates from October to December 1987. Heavilly annotated.

Box 107 , Folder 10

Scripts. A Musical by Maury Yeston and Larry Gelbart. Labeled "Final Performance Version." Dated 11/29/87.

Box 108 , Folder 1

Partial Script. Dated December 1987 - January 1988. Includes a letter (01/14/88) explaining revisions to Act II.

Box 108 , Folder 2

Script. A Musical Comedy by Maury Yetson and Larry Gelbart. Dated, 01/30/88.

Box 108 , Folder 3

Script. A Musical Comedy by Maury Yeston and Larry Gelbart. Annotated. Dated March 20, 1988.

Box 108 , Folder 4

Script. A Musical Comedy by Maury Yeston and Larry Gelbart. Dated May 1, 1988.

Box 108 , Folder 5

Script. A Musical Comedy by Maury Yeston and Larry Gelbart. Draft, annotated, Sept 1 & Nov 10, 1988. Marked: Rehersal, Nov 19 - Opening Date Dec 19 - Closing Jan 18.

Box 108 , Folder 6

Draft of Act One only. Dated November 5, 1988. Marked: "Look at all Maylis speeches." Few annotations.

Box 108 , Folder 7

Script, dated 11/11/88. Marked: "Mom, It Keeps changing all the time - but this is the version we've just gone into rehersal with - Love, L.G., 11/21/88."

Box 109 , Folder 1

Script, Dated November 15th and 16th, 1988. Annotated.

Box 109 , Folder 2

Script, dated January 1989. Annotated.

Box 109 , Folder 3

Notes to Gelbart and Yeston from Jack V. regarding the show. Includes memorandum from Gerald Gutierrez, dated 1/11/89, regarding the production at the Manhattan Theatre Club.

Box 109 , Folder 4

Musical score by Maury Yeston. Marked: For Larry and Pat Gelbart, Love Maury, 2/21/87.

Box 109 , Folder 5

Notes, lyrics and revisions to script. Annotated. 1987-1988.

Box 109 , Folder 6

Script. "A musical play in five chapters, wherein we follow a hardy group of remarkably average people from The Garden of Eden through roughly the next 2,000 years." Annotated. No date.

Box 109 , Folder 7

Script for Act II only. No date. Annotated.

Box 109 , Folder 8

Script, No date. Annotated.

Box 110 , Folder 1

Theatre Activity Packet for Early Stages Performance. Program for Preview perfromances for New York City Schools. 1988.

Box 110 , Folder 2

Two Playbills for Manhattan Theatre Club (New York) with xeroxed short version as insert. - Manhattan Theatre Club season calender with letter to subscribers. 1988.

Box 110 , Folder 3

Production items: Casting lists (Stuart Howard Associates, LTD.), cast contact list, rehearsal schedule, final cast notification, and company casting lists.

Box 110 , Folder 4

Correspondence, 10/15/87 - 12/1/88, regarding contract negotiations. 6 items.

Box 110 , Folder 5

Clippings, December 1988. 6 items.

Box 110 , Folder 6

Editing suggestions by colleagues, January 1989.

Box 110 , Folder 7

Typed draft by Maury Yeston and Larry Gelbart. Dated February 10, 1987.

Box 110 , Folder 8

Script. A New Musical by Maury Yeston and Larry Gelbart. Draft, dated January 18, 1986.

Box 110 , Folder 9

Two letters to Larry Gelbart from Flora Roberts regarding a revival of play (1995). - Script, marked "Early 1996," first draft by David Hahn.

Box 110 , Folder 10

Script. Draft, no author, no date.

Box 110 , Folder 11

Two scripts, dated February 25, 1987 but with different annotations.

Box 113 , Folder 1

Revised pages, annotated, September 29 1987.

Box 113 , Folder 2

Script. A musical by Maury Yeston and Larry Gelbart. Draft, 10/20/97, annotated.

 

OPEN END, WITH DAVID SUSSKIND (Television)

 

Box 155 , Folder 6

Transcript: Interview program on Channel 13-WNTA with guests Charles Andrews, Sheldon Keller, Larry Gelbart, Jack Douglas, Mel Brooks, and Mel Tolkin, 51 pages. Air date 02/14/60.

 

OPENING NIGHT (Television)

 

Box 81 , Folder 11

Incomplete script, n.d. Consists of various jokes.

Box 81 , Folder 12

Promotional sheet, 3 p. - First draft script, n.d., 71+ pages. Staring Lucille Ball, Jack Benny, Andy Griffith, Garry Moore & Danny Thomas. - Fan letter, 10/10/62, 1 p.

 

OVERNIGHTS (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 164 , Folder 1

Misc. production materials (15 items): - Outlines (7): 09/10/84 - 01/29/88 by Larry Gelbart and Gary Markowitz. Legal correspondence (6), dated 10/19/87 - 03/03/88. Rev. scenes (6) - Handwritten notes (3).

 

PADDY ON SUNDAYS (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 180 , Folder 3

Screenplay by Roland Start and from the novel by Edward Caddick. Marked "To be produced by Larry Gelbart and Alain Bernheim." Draft, February 20, 1970. 157 p.

 

THE PAT BOONE CHEVY SHOWROOM (Television)

 

Air date: 01/01/59

Box 88 , Folder 11

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Guest star Johnny Mathis. First drafts, 12/29/58, 31 & 34 p.

 

Air date: 01/08/59

Box 88 , Folder 12

Scripts: Guest stars Alfred Drake and the Annapolis Glee Club. First drafts, 12/30/58, 19 p.

 

Air date: 01/15/59

Box 88 , Folder 15

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Guest star Ginger Rogers. First drafts, 01/09/59, 23 & 24 p.

 

Air date: 01/22/59

Box 88 , Folder 14

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Guest Stars Gisele Mackenzie and Esquivel. First drafts, 01/06/59, 23 & 24 p.

 

Air date: 01/29/59

Box 87 , Folder 4

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Guest stars Bing, Dennis, Philip, and Lindsay Crosby. Revised, 01/26/59, 28 p. - First draft, 01/14/59, 30 p.

 

Air date: 02/05/59

Box 87 , Folder 5

Script by Larry Gelbart. Guest star Dinah Shore. First draft, 01/27/59, 26 p.

Box 88 , Folder 13

Script by Larry Gelbart. Guest star Dinah Shore. First draft, 01/05/59, 27 p.

 

Air date: 02/12/59

Box 87 , Folder 6

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Guest star Andy Williams. Revised, 02/10/59, 28 p. - First draft, 02/03/59.

 

Air date: 02/19/59

Box 87 , Folder 7

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Guest stars Arthur Godfrey, Connie Francis, & Martin Block. Revised, 02/10/59, 28 p. - First draft, 02/03/59.

 

Air date: 02/26/59

Box 87 , Folder 8

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Guest star Dorothy Kirsten. Revised, 02/23/59, 27 p. - First draft, 02/18/59.

 

Air date: 03/05/59

Box 87 , Folder 9

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Guest stars The Four Lads, Frankie Avalon, and Shirley Boone. Revised, 03/02/59, 29 p. - First draft, 02/25/59, 24 p.

 

Air date: 03/12/59

Box 87 , Folder 10

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Guest star Maureen O'Hara. Revised, 03/10/59, 35 p. - First draft, no date, 27 p.

 

Air date: 03/16/59

Box 87 , Folder 11

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Guest stars Shari Leis and Eddie Bracken. Revised, 03/16/59, 35 p. - First Draft, 03/11/59, 38 p.

 

Air date: 03/26/59

Box 87 , Folder 12

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Guest stars Tab Hunter and Dodie Stevens. Revised, 03/23/59, 32 p. - First draft, 03/19/59, 26 p.

 

Air date: 04/02/59

Box 88 , Folder 16

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Guest stars Teresa Brewer and Dukes of Dixieland. First drafts: 03/26/59, 23 & 24 p.

 

Air date: 04/09/59

Box 88 , Folder 17

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Guest star David Wayne. First drafts, 03/31/59, 26 & 28 p.

 

Air date: 04/16/59

Box 88 , Folder 2

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Guest stars Jo Stafford, Al Caiola, Tony Mattola, and Howard Collins. First draft, 04/08/59, 24 p. - First draft, 04/09/59, 33 p.

 

Air date: 04/23/59

Box 88 , Folder 3

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Guest stars Jackie Cooper and Eddie Hodges. First draft, 04/16/59, 31 p. - First draft, n.d., 29 p.

 

Air date: 04/30/59

Box 88 , Folder 1

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Guest Pat Suzuki. First draft, 04/06/59, 28 p.

 

Air date: 05/14/59

Box 88 , Folder 4

Scripts (2 copies): Guest star Any Williams. First drafts, 04/21/59, 26 p.

 

Air date: 05/28/59

Box 88 , Folder 5

Scripts. From the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD. First drafts, 05/02/59, 28 p. & 30.

Box 88 , Folder 7

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Rev. draft 05/26/59, 27 p. - First draft, 05/25/59, annotated, 25 p.

 

Air date: 06/04/59

Box 88 , Folder 8

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Guest stars, The McGuire Sisters. First draft, 06/01/59, 22 p. - First draft, n.d., 23 p.

 

Air date: 06/11/59

Box 88 , Folder 10

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Guest star, Red Foley. First drafts, 06/08/59, 28 & 27 p.

 

Air date: 06/18/59

Box 88 , Folder 6

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Guest star, Gordon Macrae. First drafts, 05/18/59, 31 & 30 p.

 

Air date: 06/25/59

Box 88 , Folder 9

Scripts (2 copies) by Larry Gelbart. First drafts, 06/01/59, 24 p.

 

THE PATRICE MUNSEL SHOW (Television)

 

"Pilot" & June 13, 1958

Box 99 , Folder 2

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Sheldon Keller. Pilot, "first copy," 10/18/57, annotated. - Draft, 06/13/58, annotated.

 

April 18 - May 2, 1958

Box 98 , Folder 3

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Sheldon Keller. Draft, 04/18/58, annotated. - Draft, labeled "New version," 04/25/58. - Draft, 05/02/58.

 

December 13 - 27, 1958

Box 99 , Folder 4

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Sheldon Keller. - Draft, 12/13/58, annotated. - Rev. draft, 12/20/58, annotated. - Rev. draft, marked "Larry, Shelly," 12/27/58, annotated.

 

February 14 - 28, 1958

Box 97 , Folder 3

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Sheldon Keller. Draft, 02/14/58. - Rev. draft, 02/21/58, annotated. - Rev. draft, 02/28/58, annotated.

 

January 10 & March 7-14 1958

Box 97 , Folder 4

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Sheldon Keller. "Writers" draft, 01/10/58, annotated, 26 p. - Rev. draft, 03/07/58, annotated. - Rev draft, marked "Beth," 03/14/58, annotated.

 

January 10 1958 - February 7 1958

Box 97 , Folder 2

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Sheldon Keller. - Draft, 01/10/58, annotated, 15 p. - "Writers" Draft, 01/31/58, annotated, 13 p. - Draft, 02/07/58, 24 p. - Rev. draft, 02/07/58, 24 p.

 

January 24 & March 7 & 21, 1958

Box 98 , Folder 1

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Sheldon Keller. Draft, 01/24/58, annotated. - Draft, 03/07/58, annotated. Draft, 03/21/58, annotated.

 

March 28 - April 11, 1958

Box 98 , Folder 2

Scripts: Draft, 03/28/58. - Rev. draft, 04/04/58, annotated. - Draft, 04/11/58, one page handwritten.

 

May 30 & June 6, 1958

Box 99 , Folder 1

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Sheldon Keller. - Draft, 05/30/58. - Draft, 06/06/58, annotated.

 

May 9 - 23 1958

Box 98 , Folder 4

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Sheldon Keller. Draft, 05/09/58, routine sheet handwritten. - Draft, 05/16/58, annotated. - Draft, 05/23/58, annotated.

 

November 15 - 22, 1958

Box 99 , Folder 3

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Sheldon Keller. - Draft, 11/15/58, annotated. - Draft, 11/22/58.

 

October 4 1957 - January 3 1958

Box 97 , Folder 1

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Sheldon Keller. First draft, 10/4/57. - First draft, 10/11/57. - Draft, 10/25/57. - Draft, marked "Writers," 01/03/58.

 

PETER AND THE WOLF (Stage)

 

Box 164 , Folder 3

Scripts by Larry Gelbart: 7/6/71 (6+ p), 6/3/71 (4 p), 5/25/71 (4 p.), 6/1/92. - Outline, annotated, nd, 3 p. - Synopsis, nd, 4 p. - Handwritten notes, 6/3/71, 5 p. - Correspondence, 6/71-7/71. - Registration materials, Writer's Guild of GB.

Box 167 , Folder 4

Publicity Packet re: 1991-2 production w/ reviews & biographies. - Stagebills (6): ABT (Chicago), March 1992 - ABT (NYC), June 1992 - Kennedy (DC), April 1992. - ABT (NYC) April 1992, etc.

Box 167 , Folder 5

"Peter and the Wolf: A Musical Tale for Children." Annotated and photocopied score of the ballet. Marked "score of ballet if you need it, M."

Box 167 , Folder 6

Reviews of the production 1991-2. 76 items.

Box 167 , Folder 7

Correspondence regarding production and reception of production, 1991-2. 33 items.

Box 167 , Folder 8

Script. An Adaptation by Larry Gelbart. Revised drafts, October 7, 1991, 10 p. 2 copies.

Box 167 , Folder 9

Script. An Adaptation by Larry Gelbart. Revised drafts, October 28, 1991, 11 p. 3 copies, one is heavily annotated in red ink.

Box 168 , Folder 1

Script. An Adaptation by Larry Gelbart. Revised drafts, November 1, 1991, 10 p. - Two versions have only 9 pages.

Box 168 , Folder 2

Script. Adaptation by Larry Gelbart. Revised, December 4, 1991, 10 p.

Box 168 , Folder 3

Script. Adaptation by Larry Gelbart. Revised, December 15, 1991, 8 p. 3 copies.

Box 168 , Folder 4

Script. Adaptation by Larry Gelbart. Revised, June 1, 1992, 8 p. Scattered annotations throughout scripts. 9 copies.

Box 198 , Folder 8

Black and white copies of costume sketches, 7 items.

Box 199 , Folder 2

"Map of the ballet" showing text (yped), action and changes (handwritten). 12 sheets. Submitted to Larry Gelbart by "Michael". Includes 3 color photographs and 2 copies of the set design.

 

THE PHIL SILVERS SHOW (Televsion)

 

"Pilot"

Box 151 , Folder 11

Scripts by Irving Pincus and Larry Gelbart. - Rev., 11/22/66, 41 p. - Rev., 11/10/66, annotated, 59 p. - Revision pages (3).

 

THE PONTIAC FOUR-IN-ONE-SHOW (Television)

 

BEATRICE LILLIE SHOW, THE

Box 151 , Folder 16

Scripts. No author. First draft, no date, 31 p. - Final, 11/30/59, annotated, 26 p.

 

CYRIL RITCHARD SHOW, THE

Box 151 , Folder 15

Script. No Author. First draft, 12/20/59, 27 p.

 

FOUR FOR TONIGHT

Box 151 , Folder 17

Script. No author. Revised final, air script, 02/19/60, 84 p.

 

POWER FAILURE (Stage)

 

Box 155 , Folder 12

Correspondence between Gelbart and the American Repertory Theatre between 4/8/91 - 6/21/91, regarding the production.

Box 165 , Folder 1

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft, December 29, 1990 and January 1, 1991.

Box 165 , Folder 2

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft, 01/01/91, annotated, 95 p.

Box 165 , Folder 3

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft, 02/16/91, revised 03/12/91, 57 p.

Box 165 , Folder 4

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Typed original, 03/28/91, annotated, 108 p. - Draft, same date, different annotations, 108 p.

Box 165 , Folder 5

Script by Larry Gelbart. Rev. Draft, 04/18/91, marked "Revised", with few annotations, 105 p. Written by Larry Gelbart.

Box 165 , Folder 6

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Rev. draft, 04/27/91, 99 p. - Draft, same date, annotated, 104 p.

Box 165 , Folder 7

A Play by Larry Gelbart. Revised draft, April 30 1991, 98 p.

Box 165 , Folder 8

Script by Larry Gelbart. Rev. draft, 05/19/91, 92 p.

Box 166 , Folder 1

A Play by Larry Gelbart. Rev. draft, 06/15/91, one annotated, 88 p. - Rev. draft, same date, 87 p.

Box 166 , Folder 2

A Play by Larry Gelbart. Draft, September 2 1991, 87 p.

Box 166 , Folder 3

Packets of revisions, many with cover letters with explanations of said revisions. 1989-1990, 21 items.

Box 166 , Folder 4

Correspondence, approx. 30 items, dated 2/4/91 - 10/11/91: Regarding opening, contract negotiations, possible sale of the script as a film, and some congradulatory notes.

Box 166 , Folder 5

Playbills (2 items) for American Repertory Theatre (1990-91). - Facsimile introduction to Playbill, no date. - Flyer announcing the show.

Box 166 , Folder 6

Crew and cast contact sheet. - Production schedule, April-May 1991. 2 items.

Box 166 , Folder 7

Reviews and and articles regarding the productions, 1991, 10 items.

 

THE PRESIDENT IS MELTING (Televison Project)

 

Box 61 , Folder 6

Notes for HBO meeting, 10/8/96, 5p. Treatment by Gelbart, Markowitz, Boiteau & Stansfield, 10p (2copie). Treatment, 10/28/96, 9p. Treatment, 10/30/96, 11p. Treatment, 2p (2). Sample pages of script, 11/19/96, 2p. Correspondence, approx. 10 items.

 

PUT THEM ALL TOGETHER (Television Project)

 

Box 150 , Folder 5

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Handwritten first draft, 03/01/73, 25+ p. - Typed first draft, same date, 25 p.

 

A QUIET COUPLE (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 50 , Folder 5

Script, no author, 172 pages, 23-11-1967. - Copy of continuity script, 56 pages, dated 12-10-68.

 

THE RED BUTTONS SHOW (Television)

 

Box 85 , Folder 2

Jokes, partial sketches, and revisions. No author but annotations by Larry Gelbart. No date.

Box 86 , Folder 8

Contract between Larry Gelbart and the Red Buttons Show. Dated June, 29, 1953.

 

AMATURE NIGHT

Box 85 , Folder 3

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Hal Collins, et al. Draft, n.d., 47 p. - Draft, n.d., annotated, 46 p. - Draft, n.d., marked "Larry," 48 p.

 

AUTOGRAPH BOOK

Box 81 , Folder 2

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Hal Collins. Draft, air date 01/04/54, 21 p. - Various sketches.

 

BACHELOR, THE

Box 94 , Folder 10

Scripts. Draft, air date 12/27/53, 14 p. - Revised partial scripts, some annotations.

 

BANK SKETCH

Box 94 , Folder 3

Scripts. No author. Draft, air date 10/28/52, 33 p. - Revised draft, marked "Gelbart," 10/25/52, annotated, 33 p. - Partial scripts, annotated.

 

BETSY FOR PRESIDENT

Box 85 , Folder 7

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Hal Collins, et al. Rev. draft, air date 01/11/54, annotated, 47 p. - Draft, annotated, 44 p. - Partial draft, annotated, pp. 3 - 37. - Drafts (3).

 

BOY SCOUT AND DOMESTIC SKETCHES

Box 94 , Folder 8

Scripts by Larry Gelbart, Harold Flender and Red Buttons. -Draft, air date 12/09/52, annotated, 19 p. - Draft, annotated, 19 p. - Boy Scout only (3): 9 p, 13 p (annotated), & 11 p. (annotated).

 

BOY SCOUT TROUP, THE

Box 94 , Folder 4

Scripts. No author. Draft, 10/29/52, 20 p. - Partial script, marked "Larry Gelbart," 20 p. - Revisions, typed.

 

BROWNS' ANNIVERSARY, THE

Box 86 , Folder 1

Scripts by Larry Gelbart, Hal Collins, Buddy Arnold, et al. - Revised, n.d., annotated, 57 p. - Drafts (2 copies), annotated, n.d., 55 & 46 p.

 

BUTTON'S INDUCTION

Box 85 , Folder 5

Scripts by Larry Gelbart, Hal Collins, et al. Draft, 12/28/53, 40 p. - Draft, annotated, 12/28/53, annotated, 37 p. - Draft, 12/28/53, annotated, 40 p.

 

BUTTON'S PEARL, THE

Box 83 , Folder 7

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Hal Collins, et al. - Partial draft, annotated, pp. 2-49. - Partial draft, annotated, pp. 2-48

 

BUTTONS INDUCTION

Box 94 , Folder 11

Scripts by Larry Gelbart, Hal Collins, Bob Schiller, et al. Draft, "Master," air date 12/28/53, annotated, 40 p. - Rev. draft, 10/19/53, 50 p. - Typed draft, 40 p.

 

BUTTONS THE BELLHOP

Box 86 , Folder 3

Scripts by Larry Gelbart, Hal Collins, Red Buttons, et al. -Draft, n.d., 35 p. - Draft, 03/02/54, annotated, 16 p. - Draft, n.d., annotated, 19 p.

 

BUTTONS THE NEWSBOY

Box 82 , Folder 5

Script by Larry Gelbart & Hal Collins, et al. Draft, air date, 06/08/53, annotated.

 

CAPTAIN VON KEEGELVARFEN

Box 94 , Folder 7

Scripts by Red Buttons, Joe Stein and Will Glickman. Draft, air date 12/02/52, 33 p. - Revised pages.

 

DELIVERY BOY SKETCH

Box 94 , Folder 1

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Draft, Air date 10/14/52, 45 p. -Incomplete draft, 17 p. Includes letter to Larry Gelbart from Red Buttons, 04/17/53.

 

DER TRAP & SUBWAY SKETCH

Box 83 , Folder 8

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Hal Collins, et al. Preliminary script, air date 11/16/53, annotated, 42 p. - Partial, annotated. - "Der Trap" only, annotated, 13 p. - "Subway" only, 13 p.

 

DOCTOR KEEGLEFARVEN

Box 81 , Folder 7

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Hal Collins, et al. - Revised draft, 03/30/53, annotated, 17 p. - 2nd revision, 17 p. - Revision, 14 p.

 

EVANDER CHILDS FOOTBALL FROLIC

Box 83 , Folder 5

Scripts by Larry Gelbart, Hal Collins, et al. Draft, air date 11/02/53, annotated, 42 p. - Draft, n.d., 47 p.

 

EVANDER HIGH SCHOOL

Box 94 , Folder 5

Scripts by Larry Gelbart, Sam Locke, and Red Buttons. - Draft, marked "with cuts," 11/14/52, annotated. - Revised pages, typed.

 

EVANDER SENIOR PLAY

Box 86 , Folder 7

Scripts by Larry Gelbart, Hal Collins, Red Buttons, et al. - Revised (2 copies), n.d., one marked "Larry" (annotated), 48 p. - Draft, nd, annotated, 48 p. - Typed drafts (2): annotated, 44 p.

 

GANGSTER AND DOMESTIC SKETCHES

Box 94 , Folder 9

Scripts by Larry Gelbart, Harold Flender, & Red Buttons. -Draft, air date 12/16/52, annotated, 18 p. - Draft, 18 p. - Partial scripts.

 

GERMAN MOVIE SKETCH

Box 81 , Folder 1

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Hal Collins. Draft, air date 01/26/53, annotated, 18 p. - Draft, 18 p.

 

HERO HONORED

Box 82 , Folder 8

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Hal Collins, et al. Preliminary script, 10/01/53, annotated, 45 p. - Draft, marked "Cuts," 10/15/53, annotated, 51 p. - Draft, annotated, 52 p.

 

KEEGLEFARVEN DENTIST, GRAND CENTRAL

Box 83 , Folder 1

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Hal Collins, et al. Preliminary draft, air date 01/18/54, 20 p. - Draft marked "Larry," annotated, 32 p. - Drafts (3 copies), Dentist sketch only, annotations.

 

KEEGLEFARVEN THE PHOTOGRAPHER

Box 82 , Folder 1

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Hal Collins, et al. Draft, 05/07/53, annotated, 40 p. - Partial, 05/11, pp. 3-19. - Revised, 09/17, 46 p. - Draft, annotated. - Various sketches and revisions.

 

KING BUTTONS

Box 82 , Folder 3

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Hal Collins, et al. Draft, air date 05/25/53, 40 p. - Partial, 20 p.

 

LITTLE BLACK BOOK, THE

Box 86 , Folder 2

Scripts by Larry Gelbart, Hal Collins, Buddy Arnold, et al. - Draft, 02/18/54, annotated, 56 p. - Draft, 02/17/54, annotated, 49 p.

 

MALADJUSTED KID & MILLIONTH CUSTOMER

Box 82 , Folder 9

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Hal Collins, et al. Preliminary script, 09/09/53, annotated, 46 p. - Draft, 09/09/53, annotated. - PArtial script, annotated, 23 p. - Sketches.

 

MILLION DOLLAR HEIR

Box 81 , Folder 3

Script by Larry Gelbart & Hal Collins. Draft, air date 02/09/53.

 

MUGSY ON PAROLE

Box 81 , Folder 8

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Hal Collins, et al. Draft. air date, 04/06/53, 21 p. - Revised draft, 04/03/53, annotated, 18 p. Draft, annotated, 18 p. - Revised draft, 15 p.

 

OPERATION KEEGLEFARVEN

Box 82 , Folder 6

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Hal Collins, et al. Draft, air date 02/23/53, annotated, 37 p. - Draft, annotated, 12 p.

 

OPERATION PELICAN CLUB

Box 86 , Folder 5

Scripts by Larry Gelbart, Hal Collins, Red Buttons, et al. - Draft, nd, 48 p. - Draft, 01/25/54, annotated, 41 p. - Draft, 01/25/54, annotated, 41 p. - Typed draft, 01/25, 41 p.

 

PSYCHIATRIST, RED'S 1ST ARMY LEAVE

Box 85 , Folder 1

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Hal Collins, et al. Draft, 02/12/54, 42 p. - Drafts (3 copies), annotations, nd, 44 & 19 p. - Partial script, "Red's 1st Army Leave" only, 16 p.

 

PSYCHIATRY SKETCH

Box 94 , Folder 6

Scripts by Larry Gelbart, Sam Locke and Red Buttons. - Draft, marked "2:00 Rehearsal, Saturday," air date 11/25/52, annotated, 20 p. - Draft, 19 p. - Revised pages, typed and annotated.

 

PURSE SNATCHER, THE

Box 81 , Folder 4

Script by Larry Gelbart & Hal Collins, et al. Draft, air date, 03/02/53, annotated, 15 p.

 

RED'S FIRST CAR

Box 83 , Folder 6

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Hal Collins, et al. Preliminary script, air date 11/09/53, annotated, 51 p. - Partial scripts (3): pp. 2-41, pp. 2-48 (annotated), & pp. 1-16.

 

ROCKY BUTTONS & OLD FASHIONED EVENING

Box 86 , Folder 6

Scripts. Drafts, 02/01/54, annotated, 18 p. (5 copies).

 

ROCKY BUTTONS WINS

Box 82 , Folder 7

Scripts by Hal Collins & Larry Gelbart. Revised, 09/28/53. - Draft, marked "Larry." - "Rocky Buttons" only, 16 p. - "Inventory sketch" only, 19 p. - Typed original.

 

ROCKY ON TELEVISION, DANCE LESSON

Box 83 , Folder 4

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Hal Collins, et al. Draft, air date, 01/26/53. - Revised, 10/20/53, annotated. - Dance sketch only, annotaed, pp A-T.

 

ROCKY VERSUS SLAPSIE

Box 81 , Folder 6

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Hal Collins, et al. - Partial draft, air date 03/23/53, annotated, 22 p. - Partial, 17 p. - Revised pages, annotated, pp. 19-20.

 

ROCKY VS HONEY BOY

Box 81 , Folder 9

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Hal Collins, et al. Draft, air date 04/27/53, annotated, 42 p. - Draft, annotated.

 

SALTY BUTTONS WINS THE DERBY

Box 81 , Folder 10

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Hal Collins, et al. Draft, air date 05/04/53, annotated, 41 p. - Revised pages, annotated.

 

Script #25

Box 86 , Folder 4

Scripts by Larry Gelbart, Arthur Stander and Red Buttons. Draft, 03/08/54, 43 p. - Draft, 03/08/54, annotated, 45 p. - Draft, 03/18/54, 59 p. - Draft, nd, annotated, pp. 3-47.

 

SHAH OF RANGADOON

Box 83 , Folder 9

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Hal Collins, et al. - Draft marked "Red's," air date 11/23/53, annotated, 48 p. - Drafted marked "Songs missing," 43 p. - Draft, annotated, 50 p. - Draft, 48 p.

 

SODA SHOP & A DAY IN THE PARK SKETCHES

Box 85 , Folder 4

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Hal Collins, et al. Draft, air date 12/07/53, 43 p. -Draft plus shooting script, annotated. - Draft plus shooting script for Park sketch only, annotated.

 

SON OF JEALOUSY

Box 83 , Folder 2

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Hal Collins. Draft, n.d., annotated, 46 p. - Draft, annotated, 14 p.

 

STOCK BROKER SKETCH

Box 81 , Folder 5

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Hal Collins. 2nd revision, annotated, 41 p. - Partial script, annotated, pp. 3-17. - Partial script, annotated, 23 p.

 

SURPRISE PARTY, MUGSY VS FREUD

Box 83 , Folder 3

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Hal Collins, et al. - Preliminary script, 09/21/53, 49 p. - Draft, 38 p. - Draft, 33 p. - Draft, annotated, pp. 3-42.

 

TRIAL OF MUGSY BUTTONS, THE

Box 82 , Folder 2

Script by Larry Gelbart & Hal Collins, et al. Draft, 05/07/53, annotated, 44 p.

 

WESTERN SILENT PICTURE

Box 82 , Folder 4

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Hal Collins, et al. Draft, air date 06/01/53, 31 p. Partial script, annotated. - Western Silent sketch only, pp. 3-10.

 

WESTERN SKETCH

Box 94 , Folder 2

Scripts. No author. Draft, air date 10/21/52, 20 p. - Partial drafts, no date.

 

WORST FIGHTS CENTURY

Box 85 , Folder 6

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Hal Collins, et al. Draft, air date 12/14/53, marked "Larry," annotated, 36 p. - Draft, 40 p. - Revised pages, annotated, 12/14/53.

 

REMEMBER MONA FAYE? (Television Special)

 

Box 153 , Folder 1

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft, no date, 31 p. - Revision pages, no date, 11 p.

 

RIM SHOT (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 180 , Folder 2

Outlines, 3 items, "A Comedy Film by Larry Gelbart and Sheldon Keller, Based on a Column by Art Buchwald." July 1970. Each copy is 15 pages.One is marked "Please return to Alain Bernheim.."

 

ROAD TO BALI (Paramount, 1952)

 

Box 90 , Folder 3

Incomplete script. Consists of jokes for the film written by Larry Gelbart. No date, 104 p.

 

ROADRUNNER (Project)

 

Box 102 , Folder 7

Correspondence (6 items) re: revised chapters of Roadrunner by Haney, 04/21/80. - Outline of final chapters, no date. - Transcript of book, no date, 108 pages.

 

ROLL OUT! (Television)

 

"Pilot"

Box 91 , Folder 8

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. First draft, typed, 09/05/72, annotated, 34 p. - Draft, annotated, nd, 36 p.

 

BLUES FOR B.J.

Box 91 , Folder 10

Scripts by Larry Gelbart, Sheldon Keller, & Gene Reynolds. -Rev final, 08/14/73, annotated, 33 p. - Rev final, 08/14/73, annotated, 36 p. - Typed draft, annotated, nd, 43 p.

 

CHRISTMAS OF '44

Box 92 , Folder 1

Script by Larry Gelbart, Sheldon Keller, & Sid Dorfman. Final, 10/24/73, 38 p.

 

DARK VICTORY

Box 91 , Folder 9

Script by Peter Meyerson. - Final Draft, dated 10/04/73, 38 p.

 

DEAR ROCCO

Box 92 , Folder 2

Scripts by Rick Mittleman. Final, 08/30/73, 80 p. - Final, 08/21/73, annotated, 43 p. - Partial draft, 09/14/73, annotated, pp. 13-39.

 

DIDN'T HE RAMBLE

Box 91 , Folder 7

Scripts by Sid Dorfman. Final, 08/17/73, annotated, 31 p. - Draft, nd, annotated, 46 p.

 

HONOR TRUCK

Box 91 , Folder 4

Scripts by Larry Gelbart & Sheldon Keller. Rev final, 08/31/73, annotated, 37 p. - Final, 07/23/73, annotated, 37 p. - Rev. final, August 1973, annotated. - Revised pages, annotated, nd.

 

MEMBERS OF THE WEDDING

Box 91 , Folder 5

Scripts by David P. Lewis, Booker Bradshaw, Larry Gelbart, & Sheldon Keller. - Rev final, 10/01/73, annotated, 40 p. - Rev final, 10/01/73, 35 p.

 

NO WAGES-ALL FEAR

Box 91 , Folder 6

Scripts by Larry Gelbart, Sheldon Keller, and Gene Reynolds. - Final draft, 08/20/73, annotated, 33 p. - Final draft, Typed, 08/20/73, annotated, 41 p.

 

PAPER CAPER, THE

Box 40 , Folder 1

Scripts by Simon Muntner dated September, 21 and October 12, 1973, both annotated. - Television [budget] estimate for 22 episodes.

 

STRANGE BEDFELLOWS

Box 40 , Folder 3

Scripts by John Boni and Thad Mumford, dated 10/18/73. 2 copies, one with added scenes.

 

SUNDAY, SWETT SUNDAY

Box 40 , Folder 2

Scripts by Larry Gelbart and Sheldon Keller, story by Gene Reynolds, July 30 and August 14, 1973 (2 copies), all with annotations. - Handwritten draftand additional pages of qith changes.

 

SWEET MILLION

Box 40 , Folder 4

Scripts by Howard Merril, revised final, dated September 26, 1973. and undated revised script with annotations.

 

ROUGH CUT (Paramount, 1980)

 

Box 112 , Folder 4

Script by Larry Gelbart. Handwritten first draft, dated 1/21/78, 137 p.

Box 112 , Folder 5

Script by Larry Gelbart. Handwritten draft, no date, pp.2 - 146.

Box 112 , Folder 6

Tentative Writing Credits, n.d. - Subpeona: Paramount vs Larry Gelbart, 02/24/81. - Settlement agreement, nd. - Definition of Net Profits, nd.

Box 113 , Folder 5

Script: "Diamonds in the Rough." By Thomas McGuane. Based on Touch the Lions Paw by Derek Lambert. First draft, n.d., 70 p.

Box 113 , Folder 6

Script by William Hamilton. First draft, n.d., 98 p.

Box 113 , Folder 7

First draft by Larry Gelbart. 2 copies both dated 01/21/78, 129p. (annotated) and 133 p.

Box 113 , Folder 8

Script by Richard Tuggle. Entitled "Two of a Kind" and marked "From the Office of Donal Siegel, Director." First draft, 04/23/79, 111 p.

Box 113 , Folder 9

Script by Larry Gelbart. Second draft, 06/01/79, annotated, 86 p.

Box 113 , Folder 10

Step outlines by Larry Gelbart. Dated May 19, 1979. Annotated. 3 items.

Box 114 , Folder 1

Script by Larry Gelbart. Second draft, dated 6/3/79, 142 p., with revised pages, dated 11/79.

Box 114 , Folder 2

Script by Larry Gelbart. Revised second draft, 06/18/79, annotated, some handwritten pages, 143 pages.

Box 114 , Folder 3

Script, entitled "Jack of Diamonds." By Larry Gelbart. Final Draft, 07/18/79, 145 p.

Box 114 , Folder 4

Script by Larry Gelbart. Revised final draft, dated January 1980, 160 p.

Box 114 , Folder 5

Script by Larry Gelbart. Xeroxed copy, dated January 1990, 196 p.

Box 114 , Folder 6

New continutiy based on Rough Cut. Written by Larry Gelbart. No date. Five pages.

Box 114 , Folder 7

Press Clippings regarding the production and problems with the production. 1979-1980.

Box 114 , Folder 8

Article written by Larry Gelbart regarding problems with the production. 4 pages, no date.

Box 115 , Folder 1

Correspondence, 11/23/76 - 07/13/81: Pre-production, production correspondence, and post-production items related to writng credit controversy. approx. 100 items.

Box 129 , Folder 7

Contract, definition of Net Profits, no date. - Various correspondence regarding Gelbart's removal of name from credits, Spring 1980.

Box 131 , Folder 2

Story outline, no author, no date, annotated, 6 pages. - Incomplete outline, no author, no date, 33 pages.

 

RUNNING WILDE (Television)

 

Box 143 , Folder 11

Correspondence regarding production and revisions to scripts. Between Gary Markowitz and Larry Gelbart. 1991

Box 144 , Folder 6

Correspondence with NBC. October 1991.

 

"Pilot"

Box 144 , Folder 3

Scripts by Gary Markowitz. Final Draft, 03/23/92, annotated, 33 p. - Final draft, 10/08/92, 33 p.

 

CHARIOT OF THE GODS

Box 144 , Folder 5

Script by By Gary Markowitz. Second draft, 11/26/91, 31 p.

 

MAN WHO LOVED CARS, THE

Box 144 , Folder 4

Scripts by Gary Markowitz. Final draft, 03/23/92, 30.

 

MOTEL PARADISO

Box 144 , Folder 1

Script by Larry Gelbart and Gary Markowitz. Rev. 12/04/91, 31 p. - First draft, 10/29/91, 37 p. - Draft, no date, annotated, 30 p.

 

PEARBLOSSOM HIGHWAY

Box 144 , Folder 2

Scripts by Gary Markowitz and Larry Gelbart. Rev. 09/24/92, 64 p. - Draft, no date, annotated, 59 p.

 

SALT & PEPPER (1968)

 

Box 50 , Folder 6

Final shooting script by Michael Pertwee, 130 pages, revised 16 June, 1967.

 

SEALTEST VILLAGE STORE PROGRAM (Radio)

 

Show # 393 - #399

Box 50 , Folder 2

Scripts, signed Larry Gelbart. Dated 10/30/47 - 12/11/47.

 

Show #386 - #392

Box 50 , Folder 1

Scripts, signed Larry Gelbart. Dated 09/11/47 - 10/23/47.

 

Show #400 - #407

Box 50 , Folder 3

Scripts, signed Larry Gelbart. Dated 12/18/47 - 02/05/48.

 

Show #408 - #417

Box 50 , Folder 4

Scripts, signed Larry Gelbart. Dated 02/12/48 - 04/22/48.

 

Show #418 - #427

Box 49 , Folder 8

Scripts, signed Larry Gelbart. Dated 04/29/48 - 07/08/48.

 

SID CAESAR INVITES YOU (Television)

 

Show #1A-2A

Box 22 , Folder 8

Scripts by Larry Gelbart, Neil Simon and Mike Stewart. 01/26/58 - 01/21/58.

 

SLY FOX (Stage)

 

Box 120 , Folder 7

Notes for script. No date. 17 pages.

Box 120 , Folder 8

Clippings, dated 1976 through 1978. Reviews and articles on the George C Scott production.

Box 121 , Folder 1

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Adapted from "Volpone." Working draft, annotated, March 15, 1976. - Typed original, same date, no annotations.

Box 121 , Folder 2

Script by Larry Gelbart. Adapted from "Volpone." Revised draft, annotated, October 12, 1976.

Box 121 , Folder 3

Script by Larry Gelbart. Xerox copy of working draft, March 17 1976.

Box 121 , Folder 4

Script by Larry Gelbart. Revised draft, August 1977.

Box 121 , Folder 5

Books: "Volpone" by Ben Jonson, Washington Square Press, 1970. - "Sly Fox: A Comedy in Two Acts, Adapted from 'Volpone,'" marked LG: Screenplay Cuts," Samuel French, Inc, 1977.

Box 121 , Folder 6

Script by Larry Gelbart. Revised draft, annotated, August 1977.

Box 121 , Folder 7

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Draft, dated January 1977, annotated. - Draft, same date, no annotations.

Box 122 , Folder 1

"VOLPONE" by Stefan Zweig, adapted from Ben Jonson's version. Xeroxed copy. Annotated by Larry Gelbart.

Box 122 , Folder 2

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft, few annotations, n.d.

Box 122 , Folder 3

Spanish version "EL MARRULLERO," aka "QUE ZORRO," 1978. -Letter from David Ehrenreich, Mexico City, to Albert Da Silva, 11/16/83 re: rights to the play for a Mexican production.

Box 122 , Folder 4

Synopsis by Otis Guernsey for use in The Best Plays of 1976-1977, as approved and corrected by Larry Gelbart. - Related correspondence, June 20, 1977.

Box 122 , Folder 5

Congratulatory notes and telegrams re: opening night and later productions. 1976-7. approx. 106 items.

Box 122 , Folder 6

Ticket stubs (2 items) June 1978 ticket stubs (Schubert Theater). - Playbill, October 1987 (Philadelphia). - Playbill, March 1986 (Actors Forum) - Playbill, 1979 (Norway) - Playbill, 1989 (Scottland).

Box 122 , Folder 7

Chinese translation of Sly Fox by Ziquing Zhang, April 1980. - Correspondence between Zhang and Gelbart re: PRC's production (1983). - Papercuts of Yanchuw. - Photo of Zhang (04/09/83).

Box 122 , Folder 8

Playbills: Nov. 1976 (Baltimore). - Dec. 1976 (New York). - "Volpone," April, 1977 (England) - May 1977 (New York). - Mar. 1978 (San Diego). - July 1978 (Los Angeles).

Box 124 , Folder 5

Script by Larry Gelbart. Working draft, dated March 15, 1976.

Box 125 , Folder 4

Script by Larry Gelbart. Revised draft, May 15, 1977.

Box 125 , Folder 5

Script by Larry Gelbart. Revised draft, dated 1992, 111 p.

Box 126 , Folder 1

Clippings, dated 1976 through 1978. Re: George C. Scott and Robert Preston productions.

Box 126 , Folder 4

Script by Larry Gelbart. Handwritten draft, dated March 15, 1976.

Box 126 , Folder 7

Typed transcripts of reviews, 1976-8.

Box 127 , Folder 5

Script by Larry Gelbart. revised draft, dated August 1992, 111 p.

Box 160 , Folder 4

Chinese translation of script, 1980.

Box 192 , Folder 7

Correspondence and clippings, 5/97 - 4/98. "Sample draft of script," 18p. 18 items.

Box 192 , Folder 8

Poster, signed by cast. Audience surveys. "Most recent version of script," in Arabic, n.d.

Box 192 , Folder 8

Theater programs, "Thaalab El-Muhtal," 1/30/98 - 2/1/98 (4 items). - Certificate of Appreciation to Gelbart for Outstanding Contribution to Arab Drama, 1/30/98. - Photos, 2/9/98 (4 items). - Letter to Gelbart from A. M. "Ray" Alcodray, 2/9/98. 14 items.

 

SLY FOX (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 123 , Folder 1

Script by Larry Gelbart. Screenplay draft (in six acts), n.d., annotated, 190 p.

Box 123 , Folder 2

Script by Larry Gelbart for Hiller Productions. Screenplay (in six acts), dated 10/18/78, annotated, 190 p.,

Box 123 , Folder 3

Script by Larry Gelbart. Typed original, no date, 197 p.

Box 123 , Folder 4

Script by Larry Gelbart. Screenplay draft (in 3 acts), n.d., 190 p.

Box 123 , Folder 5

Incomplete draft, no date, annotated, pp. 6-197.

Box 123 , Folder 6

Script by Larry Gelbart. First draft (in three acts), dated 01/16/75, 190 p.

Box 124 , Folder 1

Script by Larry Gelbart. Typed first draft, marked "master copy," dated January 15, 1975, 190 p.

Box 124 , Folder 2

Scripts by Larry Gelbart for Cinecom Productions. Draft, dated 01/01/88, 134 p. - Draft, dated 11/15/88, 117 p.

Box 124 , Folder 3

Script by Larry Gelbart. Dated January 1988, annotated, 131 p.

Box 124 , Folder 4

Correspondence re: project (May 1987). - Script, marked "original," dated May 18, 1987, 126 p.

Box 124 , Folder 6

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft, dated May 18, 1987, 125 p.

Box 125 , Folder 1

Script by Larry Gelbart. Dated May 26 1987, annotated, 126 p.

Box 125 , Folder 2

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Draft, dated June 1, 1987, annotated, 126 p. - Draft, same date, different annotations, 131 p.

Box 125 , Folder 3

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft, dated November 13, 1987, 118 p.

Box 125 , Folder 6

Screenplay by Larry Gelbart. Draft, dated November 3 1994, 113 p. - Notes for revisions, 1994.

Box 126 , Folder 2

Script by Larry Gelbart. Partial handwritten first draft, dated May 1987, 41 p.

Box 126 , Folder 3

Script by Larry Gelbart. Handwritten draft, no date, 184 p.

Box 127 , Folder 1

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft, no date, 116 p.

Box 127 , Folder 2

Letter to Larry Gelbart from Arthur Penn re: changes to screenplay (10/01/90). - Script, draft, dated 11/01/89, annotated, 109 p.

Box 127 , Folder 3

Revised scenes with The Captian (an added character). No date.

Box 127 , Folder 4

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft, no date, 108 p.

Box 127 , Folder 6

Correspondence between Larry Gelbart and Pinewood Studios re: motion picture adaptation of Sly Fox. 1992.

Box 189 , Folder 7

Correspondence (18 items): Regarding casting, problems with Miramax and possible shooting locations in South Africa. November 11, 1995 - January 2, 1997.

 

A STAR IS BORN (Stage Project)

 

Box 175 , Folder 10

Script: Book by Larry Gelbart, Music by Harold Arlen, Lyrics by Ira Gershwin, Ted Koehler, Johnny Mercer et al. First draft, 2 acts, January 18, 1996, 133 p. - BMG music rights list, no date.

Box 175 , Folder 11

Script: Book by Larry Gelbart, Music by Harold Arlen, Lyrics by Ira Gershwin, Ted Koehler, Johnny Mercer, et al. First draft, 2 acts, January 10 1996, annotated, 130 p.

Box 176 , Folder 1

Script: No title page. Draft, 2 acts, December 30, 1995, 119 p.

Box 176 , Folder 2

Outline by set with some dialogue, no date, 46 p. - Act I Scene 1, 11/06/95, 6 p. - Scenes 1-3 of Act I, 11/18/95, 11 p. - Scene breakdown with cover letter, 04/10/95, 8 p.

Box 176 , Folder 3

Correspondence regarding pre-production work. March - August 1995.

Box 176 , Folder 4

Print-outs of electronic newsgroup postings regarding A Star is Born. Dated January 1996. 4 pages. - One article from New York Times, Friday March 10, 1995.

Box 176 , Folder 5

Legal materials regarding the hiring of Larry Gelbart to do the Book for Andrew Lloyd Weber. January 1996.

Box 176 , Folder 6

Scene breakdowns, May & October 16 & 17, 1995, some annotations.

Box 176 , Folder 7

Script: Book by Larry Gelbart, Music by Harold Arlen, Lyrics by Ira Gershwin, Ted Koeler, Johnny Mercer and Leo Robin. Draft, 2 acts, January 18, 1995, annotated, 133 p.

Box 176 , Folder 8

Packets (2) of handwritten notes. One is a draft for Act II, Scene 5 and the other is some dialogue ideas (3/28/95).

Box 176 , Folder 9

Musical numbers, annotated, 12/24/96, 5p (2). Copies of clippings. Correspondence, 2/96 - 5/98.

Box 176 , Folder 10

Script: Book by Larry Gelbart, Music by Harold Arlen, Lyrics by Ira Gershwin, Ted Koeler, Johnny Mercer, et al. 2/5/96. 131p.

 

STARTIME (Television)

 

"Pilot"

Box 90 , Folder 6

Scripts. No author. Entitled: "Wonderfulful World of Entertainment". Draft, 9/9/59. 65 p. - Revised, 09/17/59, annotated, 82 p. - Revised, 9/20/59, 85 p. - Final, 9/22/59, 85 p.

 

SYLVIA SIDESADDLE

 

Box 189 , Folder 14

Sketch, handwritten, 6p.

 

TEXACO COMMAND APPEARANCE (Television)

 

Box 132 , Folder 4

"American Theater Wing Presents: Texaco Command Appearance, September 19, 1957, Honoring Ed Wynn." Program, final rev. 09/16/57.

 

THREE'S COMPANY (Television)

 

Box 40 , Folder 6

Camera Scripts for "A Man About the House" - Pilot 'Three's a Crowd'. Written by Johnnie Mortimer and Brian Cooke. - Accompanying from Howard Rothenberg, Ltd. to MGM Studiosm, March 16, 1973.

Box 40 , Folder 8

Scripts, no author, no date, 2 copies, one with annotations.

 

"Pilot"

Box 40 , Folder 7

Script: Adapted by Larry Gelbart, from "The Man About the House", February 17, 1976. Original typescript and studio copy.

Box 45 , Folder 1

First draft, heavily annotated, 41 pages. - 4 items of legal correspondence re writer's credit, 1976-1981, Howard Rothberg, Ltd.

 

THE TIM CONWAY SHOW (Television)

 

"Pilot"

Box 90 , Folder 4

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. One entitled "Anywhere, Anytime, To Cuba with Love," 10/9/69, 45 p. - the other untitled, dated 10/9/69, annotated, 44 p.

 

CROSS MY HEART AND HOPE TO LIE

Box 89 , Folder 1

Scripts by Vincent Healy. - Draft, 11/13/69, 39 pages. - Draft, annotated, nd, 11 p. - Second draft, 11/21/69, 41 p. - Handwritten draft, 11/12/69.

 

Untitled Episode # 2

Box 90 , Folder 5

Script by Vincent Healy. Dated 12/18/69, 38 p.

 

TO LIFE! AMERICA CELEBRATES ISRAEL'S 50TH

 

Box 61 , Folder 3

Drafts of segments, with cover letters. - Short rundown, 3/30/98, 20p. - Short rundown, 4/7/98, 23p. - Handwritten notes and dialogue. - Script list, 3/31/98, 5p. - Clippings and correspondence, approx. 50 items.

Box 61 , Folder 4

Script, dated 4/7/98, 117p.

 

TOOTSIE (Columbia, 1982)

 

Box 126 , Folder 8

Step outline, no date, 14 p. - Notes for script, no date. By Larry Gelbart.

Box 127 , Folder 7

Script by Don McGuire. Entitled "Would I Lie To You?" No date, 145 p.

Box 127 , Folder 8

Script by Murray Schisgal. Draft, dated 05/19/80, 120 p.

Box 128 , Folder 1

Script by Murray Schisgal. 2nd rev. draft, dated 06/22/80, heavily annotated, 127 p.

Box 128 , Folder 2

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft, dated February 1981, annotated, 161 p.

Box 128 , Folder 3

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft, dated February 20, 1981, 157 pages.

Box 128 , Folder 4

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft, dated 04/10/81, 105 p.

Box 128 , Folder 5

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Draft, April 10 and August 3, 1981, annotated, 139 p. - Draft, same dates, annotated, 154 p.

Box 128 , Folder 6

Script by Larry Gelbart. First 27 pages, dated September 24, 1981.

Box 129 , Folder 1

Script by Larry Gelbart. Handwritten draft, dated 03/01/81, 194 p.

Box 129 , Folder 2

Script by Larry Gelbart. Handwritten draft, April 10, 1981, 162 p.

Box 129 , Folder 3

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Draft, no date, 168 p. - Partial draft, marked "Wild Soap Dialogue," 01/11/82.

Box 129 , Folder 4

Breakdown of one liners by Larry Gelbart (handwritten) and Murray Schisgal, dated 5/19/80. 2 items.

Box 129 , Folder 5

Press clippings regarding the opening and post-production controversies regarding the writing of the article. 1982-3.

Box 129 , Folder 6

Handwritten musical breakdown by Larry Gelbart, no date, two pages.

Box 130 , Folder 1

Script by Larry Gelbart. Second revision, dated 12/14/81, annotated, 158 p.

Box 130 , Folder 2

Script by Larry Gelbart. Third revision, dated 01/12/82, 128p.

Box 130 , Folder 3

Pollack outline, dated 12/12/82, 37 p.

Box 130 , Folder 4

"Wild Soap and Party Dialogue," (2 copies) 01/12/82. - Rev. pages: 4 & 51-68, 01/04/82. - Rev. pages, 09/24/81.

Box 130 , Folder 5

Correspondence, 6 items, between Larry Gelbart and the Writer Guild of America, 08/18/82 - 04/20/83.

Box 130 , Folder 6

Congradulatory letters, telegrams, and cards regarding Tootsie and the Gelbart Nomination, December 1982 to April 1983, approx. 40 items.

Box 130 , Folder 7

"Making of Tootsie," by Susan Dwarkin. Published by Newmarket Publishing & Communications, New York. - Uncorrected proof copy, 02/07/82. - Published copy (1983). 2 items.

Box 130 , Folder 8

Invitation to the 53rd Annual Oscars (April 11, 1983). - Souvenir flyer for the film, issued by Columbia Pictures. 2 items.

Box 130 , Folder 9

Script by Larry Gelbart. Third rev., dated 01/12/82, 128+ pages. - Review by Marilyn Beck, "Hoffman's 'Tootsie' drag act nets millions," no date, one page.

Box 131 , Folder 1

Script by Larry Gelbart. Draft, March 8, 1982, 145+ pages, annotated.

Box 131 , Folder 7

Script by Larry Gelbart. Cutting continuity, dated 3/8/82, annotated, 153p.

 

TOOTSIE 2 (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 130 , Folder 10

Articles regarding talk shows, particularly Jenny Jones, dated Fall 1995 (4 items). - Pitch for Tootsie 2 by Larry Gelbart (2 copies), January 14, 1996, annotated, 4 pages.

 

TRAIN, THE (Televison Project)

 

Box 143 , Folder 8

Registration of Story Idea with WGA, 09/23/75. - Handwritten treatment for television program, 3 p. - Typed treatment. Created by Larry Gelbart, Roland Starke, Gene Reynolds.

 

TRIANGLE (Stage Production)

 

Box 143 , Folder 9

Contract engaging Larry Gelbart to direct the production, dated 02/24/78.

 

25 (Television Project)

 

Box 10 , Folder 8

An Idea for a TV Series, May 28, 1986. 2 pages and handwritten notes.

 

TWO + TWO (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 131 , Folder 5

Script by Larry Gelbart, no date, annotated, 124 p.

Box 131 , Folder 6

Script by Larry Gelbart, based on the novel by Martin Boris. First draft, May 9, 1979, 131 p.

Box 132 , Folder 1

Script by Larry Gelbart, based on the novel by Martin Boris. Rev. draft, August 1979, 160 p.

Box 132 , Folder 2

Scripts by Larry Gelbart, based on a novel by Martin Boris. Second rev. draft, 12/10/79, annotated, 149 p. - Second rev. draft, same date, 125 p.

Box 132 , Folder 3

Book by Martin Boris. Unrevised proof for publication by New York Times Books, 1979. Annotated by Larry Gelbart.

Box 133 , Folder 2

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Handwritten draft, includes outline, no date, 195 pages. - Handwritten draft, includes outline, 148 p.

Box 133 , Folder 3

Contracts and correspondence, dated 3/1/79 - 10/20/80, re payment for services rendered to Larry Gelbart from ITC Entertainment. 8 items.

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS (Motion Picture Project)

 

Box 10 , Folder 6

Notes on meeting. Revised for Columbia. 06/15/82 and 10/01/82. Annotated.

 

UNITED STATES (Television)

 

Box 134 , Folder 1

Deal Outline between Larry Gelbart and NBC, dated June 29 1979, two pages.

Box 135 , Folder 9

Correspondence, regarding preproduction arrangements for talent and staff. June 1979-April 1980. Approx. 30 items.

Box 135 , Folder 10

Fan mail related to production, January 1980 through June 1980. Aapprox. 100 items.

Box 137 , Folder 2

Production budgets: Cost per show breakdown, actor salaries, taping budgets, April-July 1979. Annotated. 9 items.

Box 137 , Folder 3

Preliminary theme ideas, n.d. Includes handwritten notes.

Box 137 , Folder 4

Approx 200 items: Reviews of show from various national periodicals.

Box 138 , Folder 1

Correspondence between Production Company and KTLA (taping studio). July 1979 through May 1980. Approx. 50 items.

Box 138 , Folder 2

Correspondence between Production Company and NBC (Network) July 1979-April 1980. Approx 3o items.

Box 138 , Folder 3

"Inter-House Correspondence": Prime-time network ratings for March 1980. 4 items.

Box 138 , Folder 4

Black/white and color positives and photographs of cast and production crew.

Box 138 , Folder 5

NBC press releases and promotional brochures for domestic and foreign release. 1979.

Box 138 , Folder 6

Publicity stills of cast. Approx. 100 items. - Plus 2 negatives.

Box 138 , Folder 7

Invoices from Vidronics Company for editing. Spring 1980.

Box 138 , Folder 8

Invoices for production work. 1980.

Box 139 , Folder 1

Invoices for production. 1979-1980.

Box 139 , Folder 2

Inovices for set design. 1979-1980.

Box 139 , Folder 5

Airing schedules, promo schedules, February through April 1980.

Box 139 , Folder 6

Notice of tentative writing credits and forms for the Writers' Guild.

Box 141 , Folder 1

Wardrobe lists, 4 p., for main characters.

Box 141 , Folder 2

Production materials: authorization for payment. Fall 1979.

Box 141 , Folder 3

Production materials: Authorization for payment. January 1980.

Box 141 , Folder 4

Production materials: Authorization for payement. February 1980.

Box 141 , Folder 5

Production materials: Authorization for payment. March 1980.

Box 141 , Folder 6

Production materials: Authorization for payment. December 1979 - January 1980.

Box 141 , Folder 7

Cast interview schedules. November 1979.

Box 141 , Folder 8

Script distribution lists. No dates.

Box 141 , Folder 9

Screen test forms. September 1979.

Box 142 , Folder 1

Crew address list. September 11, 1979.

Box 142 , Folder 2

Production insurance papers. October 15, 1979.

Box 142 , Folder 3

Permits to employ minors. August 22, 1979.

Box 142 , Folder 4

Taping schedules. October 29, 1979.

Box 142 , Folder 5

Miscelaneous production receipts. January 1980.

Box 142 , Folder 6

Editing Work orders for Vidtonics Company Inc. Nov 1979 - March 1980.

Box 142 , Folder 7

Editing work orders for Vidtronics. 1980.

Box 142 , Folder 8

Editing cost breakdown, 2 items, March 21, 1980.

Box 145

Folders 1-4: Clippings from newspapers nationwide.

Box 147 , Folder 1

License agreement between OTP Ltd and Hearst/ABC. March 4, 1985.

Box 147 , Folder 2

Biographies: Gary Markowitz (3 copies), written by Frank Lieberman, 3 p. - Larry Gelbart (2 copies), 2 p.

Box 147 , Folder 3

Biography and resume for Helen Jane Shaver. 1978.

Box 147 , Folder 4

Story ideas for: Saturday, Uncle Charlie, Fight Talk, Body Language, Secrets, and Better than Burning. No dates.

Box 147 , Folder 5

Royalty estimates. No date.

Box 147 , Folder 19

NBC tour information.

 

AFTERPLAY

Box 134 , Folder 2

Scripts by Bernard Dilbert. Draft, nd, 57 p. - Rev. 07/18/79, 41 p. - First draft, 07/09/79, 35 p.

 

ALL OUR WEAPONS

Box 137 , Folder 1

Scripts by Larry Gelbart. Handwritten 1st, 04/04/79, 41 p. - Final, 8/30, 38 p. - Draft (2 copies), 10/16, annotated. - Rev. 4/19, annotated, 39 p. - First, 4/4, 40 p.

 

AMONG MY HONORS