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Series 1:  Television Scripts 1950-1976

Arrangement

Arranged as received.

Scope and Contents

The Television Scripts Series contains instances of scripts of anthology series featuring made-for-tv-movies dated from 1950 to 1976.
 

The ABC Movie of the Week

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Duel. Written by Matheson, Richard. Produced by Universal Studios 1971 September 3

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Class of '63. Written by Kalcheim, Lee. Produced by A Metromedia/Stonehenge Production 1973 February 2

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Class of '63. Written by Kalcheim, Lee. Produced by A Metromedia/Stonehenge Production 1973 February 2

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Class of '63. Written by Kalcheim, Lee. Produced by A Metromedia/Stonehenge Production 1973 February 2

 

Armstrong's Circle Theatre

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Brand from the Buming. Written by Halman, Doris. Produced by Batten, Barton, Durstine & Osborn, Inc. (BBDO Television) 1951 November 16

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Breakaway. Written by Barley, Ann. Produced by BBDO Television 1952 May 27

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Cappie's Candles. Written by Knowlton, Edward Rogers. Produced by BBDO Television 1952 June 2

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The Commandant's Clock. Written by Welch, William. Produced by BBDO Television 1951 August 2

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The Darkroom. Written by Arthur, Kay. Produced by BBDO Television 1952 March 25

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Fairy Tale. Written by De Felitta, Frank P. Produced by BBDO Television 1952 June 3

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Long View, The. Written by Arthur, Kay. Produced by BBDO Television 1951 October 1

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Lover's Leap. Written by Avery, Ira. Produced by BBDO Television 1951 May 24

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Marionettes. Produced by BBDO Television 1951 November 13

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Portrait. Written by Hume, Elizabeth. Produced by BBDO Television 1952 May 20

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Price Tag. Written by Halman, Doris. Produced by BBDO Television 1952 January 2

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Sergeant, The. Written by Garis, Roger; Serling, Rod. Produced by BBDO Television 1952 April 18

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Situation Normal. Written by O'Neill, Frank. Produced by BBDO Television 1952 June 17

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10 Yards of Poetry. Written by Bercovici, Konrad. Produced by BBDO Television 1952 February 1

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Way of Courage. Written by Garis, Roger. Produced by BBDO Television 1952 March 13

 

Bat Masterson

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92B; Working title, "A Time to Die". Written by Granville, Frank. Produced by United Artists, Inc. 1960 October 14

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93B; Working title, "Deadly Invitation". Written by Shepard, William. Produced by United Artists, Inc. 1960 October 17

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94B; Working title, "The Price of Paradise". Written by McGreevey, John. Produced by United Artists, Inc. 1960 October 27

 

Batman

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That Darned Catwoman. Written by Ross, Stanley Ralph. Produced by Greenway Productions & 20th Century Fox Television, Inc. 1966 December 6

 

The Beverly Hillbillies

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Woodchucks, The. Written by Tuttle, Mark & Pearlman, Ronny. Produced by Filmways TV Productions, Inc. 1966 October 14

 

Big Town

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Bubonic Plague. Produced by Gross - Krasne, Inc. 1954 September 8

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Prison Riot. Written by Wiener, Willard. Produced by Mark Stevens TV Company 1955 August 17

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Reservoir Story. Written by Walker, Turnley. Produced by Mark Stevens TV Company 1955 October 27

 

The Black Cat

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China Girl. Written by Carothers, A.J. Produced by Mark VII Ltd. 1959 May 7

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The Fiend of Thornton Beach. Written by Carney, Otis. Produced by Mark VII Ltd. 1959 March 18

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Pursuit of Happiness. Written by Carney, Otis. Produced by Mark VII Ltd. 1959 March 3

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Winter Kill. Written by Carney, Otis. Produced by Mark VII Ltd. 1959 April 16

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Blazeaway

 

Blue Light

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The Deserters. Written by Sanders, Curtis. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation 1966 February 18

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Field of Dishonor. Written by Otto, H. Bud & Farr, Jamie. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation 1966 March 28

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The Fortress Below. Written by Cohen, Larry. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation 1965 November 24

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The Friendly Enemy. Written by Livingston, Harold. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation 1966 February 4

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How to Kill a Toy Soldier. Written by Bloch, Merwin & Swaybill, Roger; Cohen, Larry. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation 1966 February 25

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The Key to the Code. Written by Radnitz, Brad. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation 1966 March 15

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The Last Man. Written by Cohen, Larry. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation 1965 September 29

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The Other Fuhrer. Written by Brough, Walter. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation 1966 February 28

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The Return of Elm. Written by Cohen, Larry. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation 1966 February 15

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The Secret War. Written by Cohen, Larry. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation 1966 February 1

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Target - David March. Written by Cohen, Larry. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation 1965 November 15

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A Ton of Danger. Written by Ullman, Dan. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation 1966 February 22

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The Trap. Written by Carr, Dick. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation 1966 January 28

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The Weapon Within. Written by Cohen, Larry. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation 1965 November 26

 

Bob Hope Presents Chrysler Theatre

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Live, Love, Laugh and Be Happy. Written by Michaels, Sidney; Henry James. Produced by Universal Television 1966 August 15

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Blind Man's Bluff. Written by Feibleman, Peter S.; Roy Vickers. Produced by Universal Television 1966 October 26

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Gotterdammerung. Written by Terpiloff, Anthony; Richard Alan Simmons. Produced by Universal Television 1966 October 26

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The Lady is My Wife. Written by Welles, Halsted; Jack Laird. Produced by Universal Television 1966 November 28

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Blind Man's Bluff. Written by Feibleman, Peter S.; Roy Vickers. Produced by Universal Television 1966 December 7

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Crazier Than Cotton. Written by Pogostin, S. Lee. Produced by Hovue Productions 1966

 

Bonanza

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King of the Mountain. Written by Sabaroff, Robert 1963 October 2

 

The Boston Terrier

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The Boston Massacre. Written by Pine, Lester Aaron; Blake Edwards and Tom Waldman 1961 February 24

 

Bourbon Street Beat

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Key to the City. Written by Dennis, Robert C.; Jim Barnett 1959 November 27

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Target of Hate. Written by Matheson, Richard and William L. Stuart; Richard Matheson. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 1959 December 30

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Wall of Silence. Written by Ross, Sam. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 1960 December 26

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Twice Betrayed. Written by Bruckner, William; Howard Browne. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 1960 February 3

 

Branded

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A Proud Town. Written by Brewer, Jameson; Paul L. Friedman. Produced by Cactus Productions, Inc. & Sentinel Productions, Inc.

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The Golden Fleece. Written by Selby, Jay and Jessica Benson. Produced by Cactus Productions, Inc. & Sentinel Productions, Inc.

 

Broken Arrow

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Caged. Written by Wilson, Warren. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation 1956 August 21

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The Missionaries. Written by Victor, Dave and Herbert Little. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation 1956 October 23

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The Archaeologist. Written by Marcus, Ellis. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation 1957 February 7

 

Buffalo Bill Jr.

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The Lady and the Judge. Written by Geraghty, Maurice. Produced by Flying A Productions 1956 March 13

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Bulldog Drummond. Written by Tallman, Robert. Produced by Don W. Sharpe Enterprises

 

Alfred Hitchcock Presents

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Lamb to the Slaughter. Written by Dahl, Roald; Roald Dahl. Produced by Revue Productions, Inc. 1958 February 11

 

Bonanza

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The Philip Diedesheimer Story. Written by Thompson, Thomas 1959 April 3

 

Bright Promise

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Episode No. 1. Written by Hursley, Frank and Doris Hursley. Produced by A Frandor - Bing Crosby Production 1969 September 29

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Episode No. 2. Written by Hursley, Frank and Doris Hursley. Produced by A Frandor - Bing Crosby Production 1969 September 30

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Episode No. 3. Written by Hursley, Frank and Doris Hursley. Produced by A Frandor - Bing Crosby Production 1969 October 1

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Episode No. 4. Written by Hursley, Frank and Doris Hursley. Produced by A Frandor - Bing Crosby Production 1969 October 2

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Episode No. 5. Written by Hursley, Frank and Doris Hursley. Produced by A Frandor - Bing Crosby Production 1969 October 3

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Episode No. 6. Written by Hursley, Frank and Doris Hursley. Produced by A Frandor - Bing Crosby Production 1969 October 6

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Episode No. 7. Written by Hursley, Frank and Doris Hursley. Produced by A Frandor - Bing Crosby Production 1969 October 7

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Episode No. 8. Written by Hursley, Frank and Doris Hursley. Produced by A Frandor - Bing Crosby Production 1969 October 8

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Episode No. 9. Written by Hursley, Frank and Doris Hursley. Produced by A Frandor - Bing Crosby Production 1969 October 9

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Episode No. 11. Written by Hursley, Frank and Doris Hursley. Produced by A Frandor - Bing Crosby Production 1969 October 13

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Episode No. 12. Written by Hursley, Frank and Doris Hursley. Produced by A Frandor - Bing Crosby Production 1969 October 14

 

CBS News

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The Great March. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1963 August 28

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The Law and Lee Oswald. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1963 December 29

 

CBS News Extra

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On Smoking and Health. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1964 January 11

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Number 22 and the Warren Report. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1964 September 27

 

CBS News Special Report

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Testament of a Murdered Man. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1963 June 12

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The First Lady at Home. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1964 August 12

 

CBS Reports

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The Population Explosion. Produced by CBS Television Network 1959 November 11

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The Population Explosion. Produced by CBS Television Network 1960 January 14

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Biography of a Cancer. Produced by CBS Television Network 1960 April 21

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Who Speaks for the South? Produced by CBS Television Network 1960 May 27

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East Germany - the Land Beyond the Wall. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1962 April 4

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Thunder on the Right. Written by Sevareid, Eric and Bill Leonard and Jack Beck. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1962 February 22

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Barry Goldwater - the View from the Right. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1962 March 8

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Crossroads Africa: Pilot for a Peace Corps. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1961 March 16

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Who Speaks for Birmingham? Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1961 March 18

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Biography of a Bookie Joint. Written by McMullen, Jay L. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1963 March 20

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The Silent Spring of Rachel Carson. Written by McMullen, Jay L.. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1963 April 3

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Cigarettes: A Collision of Interests. Written by Morse, Arthur D. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1964 April 15

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Birth Control and the Law. Written by Fleischman, Stephen. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1963 May 29

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D-Day Plus 20 Years: Eisenhower Returns to Normandy. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1964 June 5

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The Water Famine. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1961 October 19

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The Great American Funeral. Written by Lowe, David. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1963 October 23

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The Other Faces of Dixie. Written by Reasoner, Harry and Arthur D. Morse. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1962 October 24

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The Case History of a Rumor. Written by DePoris, Gene. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1963 November 13

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Harvest of Shame. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1960 November 25

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Biography of a Bookie Joint. Written by McMullen, Jay L. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1961 November 30

 

CBS News

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Sir Winston Churchill: A Day of Tribute. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1965 January 30

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An Essay on Bridges. Written by Rooney, Andrew A. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1965 February 15

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FDR Remembered. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1965 April 12

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1945. Written by Wolff, Perry. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1965 April 26

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An Hour with Ed Murrow. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1965 April 30

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The National Drivers Test. Written by Bush, Warren V. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1965 May 24

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The Burden and the Glory of John F. Kennedy. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1964 November 18

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1964: A Television Album. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1964 December 20

 

CBS News Extra

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Khrushchev: End of an Era. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1964 October 15

 

CBS News Special

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The National Health Test (Part I). Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1965 January 18

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The National Health Test (Part II). Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1966 January 25

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Stravinsky. Written by Oppenheim, David. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1966 May 3

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The Berkeley Rebels. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1965 June 14

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Sinatra. Written by Rooney, Andrew A. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1965 November 16

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The National Citizenship Test. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1965 November 23

 

CBS News Special Report

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Churchill: Man of the Century. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1965 January 24

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Some Friends of Winston Churchill. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1965 January 25

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Selma - The City and the Symbol. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1965 March 21

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The Los Angeles Rights, Who is to Blame? Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1965 August 15

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The Communist Explosion. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1964 October 16

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Christmas in Appalachia. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1964 December 21

 

CBS Reports

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Hidden Faces of Poverty / Death of a Navy Yard. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1965 January 4

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Abortion and the Law. Written by Lowe, David. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1965 April 5

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Vietnam: the Other War. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1966 April 12

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The Rating Game. Written by Wershba, Joseph. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1965 July 12

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Ku Klux Klan: the Invisible Empire. Written by Lowe, David. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1965 September 21

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Segregation: Northern-Style. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1964 December 19

 

CBS News

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New Morality: Challenge of the Student Generation. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1967 May 7

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The Mystery of Stone Henge. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1966 August 30

 

CBS News Inquiry

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The Warren Report (Part I). Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1967 June 25

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The Warren Report (Part II). Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1967 June 26

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The Warren Report (Part III). Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1967 June 27

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The Warren Report (Part IV). Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1967 June 28

 

CBS News Special

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The National Current Events Test. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1967 January 3

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An Essay on Women. Written by Rooney, Andrew A. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1967 January 24

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The Tenement. Written by McMullen, Jay L. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1967 February 28

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Saigon. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1967 March 14

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Inside Pop: The Rock Revolution. Written by Oppenheim, David and Leonard Bernstein. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1967 April 25

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The National Science Test. Written by Loewenwarter, Paul. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1967 May 2

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The Old College Try. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1967 May 9

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The 1966 National Drivers Test. Written by Weldon, Martin. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1966 May 24

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How Israel Won the War. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1967 July 18

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A Carl Sandburg Tribute. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1967 July 23

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The National Sports and Physical Fitness Test. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1966 October 4

 

CBS News Special Report

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Lodge on Vietnam. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1967 January 1

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People of South Vietnam: How They Feel About the War. Written by Chandler, Robert. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1967 March 21

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Vietnam Perspective: "The Johnson-Ho Chi Minh Letters. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1967 March 21

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Ben-Gurion on the Bible. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1967 April 28

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Crash Project: the Search for a Safer Car. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1966 May 13

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The 1967 National Drivers Test. Written by Loewenwarter, Paul. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1967 May 23

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Vietnam: Eric Sevareid's Personal Report. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1966 June 21

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The March in Mississippi. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1966 June 26

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Civil Rights: The View from the South. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1966 July 12

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Can We Prevent Tomorrow's Riots? Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1967 August 8

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Asia Perspective: "The Fall of China". Written by Shaplen, Robert. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1966 September 25

 

CBS News Special, Who, What, When, Where, Why

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The Hippie Temptation. Written by Wallace, Warren. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1967 August 22

 

CBS Reports

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The Farthest Frontier. Written by Sharnik, John. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1967 January 31

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The Homosexuals. Written by Wallace, Mike and Harry Morgan. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1967 March 7

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Murder and the Right to Bear Arms. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1966 August 7

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The New Left. Written by Beck, Jack. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1967 September 12

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Harvest of Mercy. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1966 December 20

 

Cain's Hundred

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The Fixer: Ray Riley. Written by Neuman, E. Jack. Produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. 1961 September 7

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Take a Number: Jack Angelus. Written by Freiberger, Fred Produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. 1961 November 8

 

Calvalcade Theater

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We Serve With Honor. Written by Bezzerides, A.I. Produced by Four Star Films, Inc.

 

Channing

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Rupees, Expressos, and a Little Nirvana on the Side 1963 December 12

 

Christmas Package

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The Steadfast Tin Soldier. Produced by KPIX 1955 December 7

 

Chrysler Corporation Presents, Climax!

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The Shadow of Evil. Written by Wilde, Hagar. Produced by Peterson, Edgar 1956 May 24

 

Cisco Kid

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TDD-73B. Written by Conway, Richard. Produced by Cisco Kid Pictures, Inc. 1952 September 10

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MBM-100B. Written by Angell, Buckley. Produced by Cisco Kid Pictures, Inc. 1953 September 11

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The Big Steal. Written by Cheney, J. Benton

 

Colt .45

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The Cause. Written by Wolf, A. Sanford and Irwin Winchouse. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 1960 January 18

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Chain of Command. Written by Reisner, Dean and Howard Brown; Roy Huggins. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 1960 February 17

 

Crossroads

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The Man Who Walked on Water. Written by Mullally, Donn. Produced by Federal Telefilms, Inc. 1960 February 17

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Tenement Saint. Written by Purdom, Herbert R. Produced by Federal Telefilms, Inc. 1956 September 14

 

Dan August

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The King is Dead. Written by Turley, Jack. Produced by QM Productions 1970 April 28

 

Daniel Boone

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The Tortoise and the Hare. Written by Beauchamp, D.D. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1965 May 27

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The Perilous Journey. Written by Levy, Melvin and D.D. Beauchamp; D.D. Beauchamp. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1965 October 5

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The Deserter. Written by Bloomfield, Robert 1965 November 4

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Daniel Doyle

 

The DA's Man

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Pilot Script. Written by Moser, James E. Produced by Mark VII LTD. 1958 July 1

 

Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theatre

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The Unrelenting Sky. Written by Spelling, Aaron. Produced by Four Star - Zane Grey 1956 July 9

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Homecoming. Written by Armen, Margaret. Produced by Four Star - Zane Grey 1960 June 23

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Desert Flight. Written by Byrnes, Joseph and James Byrnes. Produced by Four Star - Zane Grey 1960 July 19

 

Dr. Hudson's Secret Journal

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The Sheridan Story. Produced by Authors Playhouse, Inc. 1955 May 2

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The Denby Story. Written by Bassing, Robert. Produced by Authors Playhouse, Inc. 1955 November 5

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The Livingstone Story. Written by Bassing, Robert. Produced by Authors Playhouse, Inc.

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The Pianist Story. Produced by Authors Playhouse, Inc.

 

Dragnet

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The Big Doll. Written by Moser, James E. Produced by Mark VII LTD. 1957 November 30

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The Big Starlet. Written by Kolb, Ken. Produced by Mark VII LTD. 1958 January 9

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The Big Starlet. Written by Kolb, Ken. Produced by Mark VII LTD. 1958 January 9

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The Big Easy Money. Written by Dana, Leslie. Produced by Mark VII LTD. 1958 January 1

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The Big Hype. Written by Cramoy, Michael. Produced by Mark VII LTD. 1958 January 28

 

Dragnet 1967

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The Big Explosion. Written by Dennis, Robert C. Produced by Dragnet Productions 1966 December 14

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The Big Explosion. Written by Dennis, Robert C. Produced by Dragnet Productions 1966December 15

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The Big Bank Examiners. Written by O'Halloren, Bill. Produced by Dragnet Productions 1966 October 27

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The Big Kidnapping. Written by Wood, Preston. Produced by Dragnet Productions 1966 December 9

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The Big Explosion. Written by Dennis, Robert C. Produced by Dragnet Productions 1966 December 14

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The Big Interrogation. Written by Wood, Preston. Produced by Dragnet Productions 1966 December 20

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The Big Jade. Written by O'Halloren, Bill. Produced by Dragnet Productions 1966 December 20

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The Big Candy Store. Written by Dennis, Robert C. Produced by Dragnet Productions 1967 January 6

 

Dragnet 1970

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Who Killed Who. Written by Donovan, Michael. Produced by Universal City Studios, Inc. 1969 October 14

 

Family

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Rites of Friendship. Written by Leslie, Bethel and Gerry Day. Produced by A Spelling/Goldberg Production 1976 July 27

 

The Felony Squad

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Bed of Strangers. Written by Turley, Jack. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1967 August 14

 

Ford Theatre

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The Boy Who Couldn't be Saved. Produced by Screen Gems, Inc. 1956 November 27

 

Goodyear Television Playhouse

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The Bachelor Party. Written by Chayefsky, Paddy. Produced by Coe, Fred

 

The Grand-Agers

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Pilot

 

Gunsmoke

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Hung High. Written by Meston, John. Produced by MacDonnell, Norman 1964 September 28

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Hung High c.2. Written by Meston, John. Produced by MacDonnell, Norman 1964 September 28

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One Killer on Ice. Written by Carr, Richard. Produced by Leacock, Philip 1964 November 2

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Deputy Festus. Written by Deputy Festus. Produced by Leacock, Philip 1964 November 11

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A Man a Day. Written by Meston, John. Produced by MacDonnell, Norman

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Aunt Thede. Written by Hite, Kathleen. Produced by MacDonnell, Norman

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The Boots. Written by Meston, John. Produced by MacDonnell, Norman

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Box O' Rocks. Written by Crutchfield, Les. Produced by MacDonnell, Norman

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Saludos. Written by Meston, John. Produced by MacDonnell, Norman

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Take Her, She's Cheap. Written by Hite, Kathleen. Produced by MacDonnell, Norman

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Wagon Girls. Written by Meston, John. Produced by MacDonnell, Norman

 

Have Gun - Will Travel

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The Bride. Written by Fisher, Steve. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc. 1957 May 27

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The O'Hare Story. Written by Wald, Melvin and Jack Jacobs. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc. 1957 June 13

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Birds of a Feather. Written by Eggers, Fred and Terrence Maples. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc. 1957 September 18

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Bitter Wine. Written by Kolb, Ken. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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The Bostonian. Written by Gould, Berni and Milton Pascal and Ken Kolb. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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The Colonel and the Lady. Written by Fessier, Michael. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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Ella West. Written by Roddenberry, Gene. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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The Englishman. Written by Rolfe, Sam. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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Gun Shy. Written by Aley, Albert and Frank & Doris Hursley. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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Killer's Widow. Written by Aley, Albert. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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The Long Night. Written by Rolfe, Sam. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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The Outlaw. Written by Rolfe, Sam. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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The Reasonable Men. Written by Kane, Joel and Ken Kolb. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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Show of Force. Written by Erwin, Lee. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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The Singer. Written by Pekinbah, Sam and Ken Kolb. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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Strange Vendetta. Written by Kolb, Ken. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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The Teacher. Written by Rolfe, Sam. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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Winchester Quarantine. Written by Meadow, Herb. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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The Prizefighter. Written by Kolb, Ken. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc. 1958 February 4

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The Silver Queen. Written by Aley, Albert. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc. 1958 February 18

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Duel at Florence. Written by Geller, Bruce. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc. 1958 April 28

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The Manhunter. Written by Fink, Harry Julian. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc. 1958 June 25

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24 Hours at North Fork. Written by Rubine, Irving. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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Deliver the Body. Written by Angell, Buckley. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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The Five Books of Owen Deaver. Written by Rolfe, Sam. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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Hey Boy's Revenge. Written by Aley, Albert. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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In an Evil Time. Written by Wincelberg, Shimon. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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The Man Who Wouldn't Talk. Written by Lawrence, Fanya. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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The Protégé. Written by Gilroy, Frank D. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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The Return of Dr. Thackeray. Written by Silverman, Stanley H. and Sam Rolfe. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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The Road to Wickenburg. Written by Roddenberry, Gene. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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Silver Convoy. Written by Kolb, Ken. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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The Statue of San Sebastian. Written by Aley, Albert. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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Three Sons. Written by Kolb, Ken. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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Something to Live For. Written by Battle, John Tucker and Don Ingalls. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc. 1958 July 14

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The Lady. Written by Wincelberg, Shimon. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc. 1958 July 21

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A Sense of Justice. Written by Kneubuhl, John. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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A Snare for Murder. Written by Huges, Russell S. and Don Ingalls. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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Death of a Young Gunfighter. Written by Fink, Harry Julian. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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Juliet. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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Lady on the Stagecoach. Written by Fisher, Steve; Guy de Maupassant. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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The Long Hunt. Written by Fink, Harry Julian. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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The Monster of Moon Ridge. Written by Roddenberry, Gene. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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The Moor's Revenge. Written by Levy, Melvin. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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The Return of the Lady. Written by Wincelberg, Shimon. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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The Scorched Feather. Written by Geller, Bruce. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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The Solid Gold Patrol. Written by Wallace, Irving. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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The Taffeta Mayor. Written by Aley, Albert. Produced by Aley, Albert

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Treasure Trail. Written by Aley, Albert. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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The Wager. Written by Sanders, Denis and Terry Sanders. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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The Wager, c.2. Written by Sanders, Denis and Terry Sanders. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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The Chase. Written by Freiberger, Fred. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc. 1958 June 6

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Gold and Brimstone. Written by Geller, Bruce. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc. 1958 July 3

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The Haunted Trees. Written by Leonard, Kay and Jess Carneol and Don Ingalls. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc. 1958 July 10

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Alaska. Written by Aley, Albert. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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Commanche. Written by Wallace, Irving. Produced by Rolfe, Sam

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Episode in Laredo. Written by Roddenberry, Gene. Produced by Rolfe, Sam

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First, Catch a Tiger. Written by Fink, Harry Julian. Produced by Rolfe, Sam

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Heritage of Anger. Written by Heidman, Leonard. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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Homecoming. Written by Aley, Albert. Produced by Rolfe, Sam

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Incident at Borrasca Bend. Written by Simms, Jay. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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Les Girls. Written by Roddenberry, Gene. Produced by Rolfe, Sam

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Maggie O'Bannion. Written by Roddenberry, Gene. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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The Man Who Lost. Written by Fink, Harry Julian. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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Pancho. Written by Wincelberg, Shimon. Produced by Rolfe, Sam

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The Posse. Written by Roddenberry, Gene. Produced by Rolfe, Sam

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Shot by Request. Written by Pierson, Frank; Howard Seay. Produced by Rolfe, Sam

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The Sons of Aaron Murdock. Written by Bloom, Harold Jack. Produced by Filmaster Productions, Inc.

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The Black Handkerchief. Written by Simms, Jay. Produced by Rolfe, Sam

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Champagne Safari. Written by Cook, Whitfield. Produced by Rolfe, Sam

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Charley Red Dog. Written by Roddenberry, Gene. Produced by Rolfe, Sam

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Day of the Badman. Written by Thompson, Robert E. Produced by Rolfe, Sam

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Fragile. Written by Wincelberg, Shimon. Produced by Rolfe, Sam

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The Golden Toad. Written by Roddenberry, Gene. Produced by Rolfe, Sam

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The Hatchet Man. Written by Wincelberg, Shimon. Produced by Brady, Ben

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Jenny. Written by Jacobs, Jack. Produced by Rolfe, Sam

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The Ledge. Written by Kane, Joel and Robert Gottlieb. Produced by Rolfe, Sam

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The Misguided Father. Written by Mullally, Donn. Produced by Brady, Ben

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The Naked Gun. Written by Simms, Jay. Produced by Rolfe, Sam

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One Came Back. Written by Geller, Bruce. Produced by Rolfe, Sam

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The Pledge. Written by Wincelberg, Shimon. Produced by Rolfe, Sam

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The Prophet. Written by Wincelberg, Shimon. Produced by Rolfe, Sam

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Return to Fort Benjamin. Written by Thompson, Robert E. Produced by Rolfe, Sam

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Tiger. Written by Roddenberry, Gene. Produced by Rolfe, Sam

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The Unforgiven. Written by Simms, Jay. Produced by Rolfe, Sam

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An International Affair. Written by Wincelberg, Shimon and Anita Wincelberg. Produced by Rolfe, Sam 1960 November 2

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A Head of Hair. Written by Fink, Harry Julian. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Ambush. Written by Thompson, Robert E. Produced by Rolfe, Sam

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Black Sheep. Written by Wincelberg, Shimon. Produced by Brady, Ben

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The Calf. Written by Rodman, Howard. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Campaign of Billy Banjo. Written by Baer, Richard and Frank R. Pierson. Produced by Rolfe, Sam

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Crowbait. Written by Wincelbert, Shimon. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Fight at Adobe Walls. Written by Peeples, Samuel A. Produced by Brady, Ben

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Full Circle. Written by Lang, David. Produced by Brady, Ben

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The Gladiators. Written by Dennis, Robert C. Produced by Brady, Ben

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Lady With a Gun. Written by Tegland, Archie L. Produced by Brady, Ben

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Love of a Bad Woman. Written by Dozier, Robert. Produced by Brady, Ben

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Out at the Old Ballpark. Written by Pierson, Frank R. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Ransom. Written by Thompson, Robert E. Produced by Brady, Ben

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Saturday Night. Written by Curtis, Jack. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Tender Gun. Written by Simms, Jay. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Trial. Written by Thompson, Robert E. Produced by Brady, Ben

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The Twins. Written by Dozier, Robert. Produced by Brady, Ben

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The Road 1960 July 11

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A Quiet Night in Town (Part I). Written by Fink, Harry Julian. Produced by Pierson, Frank R. 1960 September 21

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A Quiet Night in Town (Part II). Written by Fink, Harry Julian. Produced by Pierson, Frank R. 1960 September 21

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The Gold Bar 1960 October 5

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Everyman. Written by Adams, Richard. Produced by Pierson, Frank R. 1960 October 7

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Fandango. Written by Fink, Harry Julian. Produced by Pierson, Frank R. 1960 October 9

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Lobbies and Interiors 1960 November 29

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Bearbait. Written by Thompson, Robert E. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Broken Image. Written by Shaw, Peggy and Lou Shaw. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Cure. Written by Wincelberg, Shimon. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Duke of Texas. Written by Aley, Albert. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Fatal Flaw. Written by Laird, Jack. Produced by Laird, Jack

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The Last Judgement. Written by Wincelberg, Shimon. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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My Brother's Keeper. Written by Simms, Jay. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Princess and the Gunfighter. Written by Thompson, Robert E. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Prisoner. Written by Thompson, Robert E. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Shadow of a Man. Written by Laird, Jack. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Siege. Written by Curtis, Jack. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Tax Gatherer. Written by Thompson, Robert E. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Race. Written by Shaw, Peggy and Lou Shaw. Produced by Pierson, Frank R. 1961 March 29

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Blind Circle. Written by Wilson, Anthony. Produced by Pierson, Frank R. 1961 August 11

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A Proof of Love. Written by Shaw, Peg and Lou Shaw. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Brothers. Written by Thompson, Robert E. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Drop of Blood. Written by Wincelberg, Shimon. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Gospel Singer. Written by Thompson, Robert E.. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Hanging of Aaron Gibbs. Written by Thompson, Robert E.. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Justice in Hell. Written by Laird, Jack. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Justice in Hell. Written by Laird, Jack. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Justice in Hell. Written by Laird, Jack. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Justice in Hell. Written by Laird, Jack. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Kid. Written by Court, Joanne. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Lazurus. Written by Laird, Jack. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Lazurus. Written by Laird, Jack. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Lobbies and Interiors

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Odds for Big Red. Written by Andrews, Betty. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Piano. Written by Trivers, Barry. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Race. Written by Shaw, Peggy and Lou Shaw. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Ravenger. Written by Thompson, Robert E. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Squatter's Rights. Written by Fink, Harry Julian. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Vigil. Written by Wincelberg, Shimon. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

 

Hallmark Hall of Fame

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Snowshoe Missionary. Written by Geiger, Milton. Produced by Hall Bros… Inc. 1953 November 8

 

Hazel

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A Car Named Petunia. Written by MacFarlane, Louella. Produced by Screen Gems, Inc. 1965 September 10

 

Highway Patrol

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70B. Written by Brinkley, Don. Produced by Ziv Television Programs, Inc. 1957 January 14

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147B. Written by McGinnis, Nathan. Produced by Ziv Television Programs, Inc. 1958 November 7

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137B. Written by Wells, Lee E. and Bob Mitchell; Lee E. Wells. Produced by Ziv Television Programs, Inc. 1958

 

Hogan's Heroes

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German Bridge is Falling Down. Written by Marks, Laurence. Produced by Bing Crosby Productions 1965 June 11

 

Honey West

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There's a Long, Long Fuse A'Burning. Written by Bagni, Gwen and Paul Dubov. Produced by Four Star Television 1966 February 22

 

Hong Kong

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Clear For Action. Written by Buckner, Robert. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1960 July 8

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Flight to Nowhere. Written by Pelletier, Louis. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1960 August 5

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The Jumping Dragon. Written by Buckner, Robert. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1960 August 10

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Pearl Flower. Written by Winters, Jan. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1960 August 23

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Colonel Cat. Written by Buckner, Robert. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1960 September 26

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Catch a Star. Written by Ellis, Sidney; Louis Vittes and Sidney Ellis. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1960 October 20

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The Dragon Cup. Written by Latimer, Jonathan. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1960 October 26

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Cupid's Noose. Written by Freiberger, Fred. Produced Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1950 November 14

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Suitable for Framing. Written by Wallace, Art. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1960 November 21

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Lesson in Fear. Written by Mullally, Donn. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1960 December 5

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Survivor. Written by Cook, Whitfield. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1960 December 12

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Night Cry. Written by Wallace, Art. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1960 December 14

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Double Jeopardy. Written by George, Judy and George W. George. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1960 December 19

 

I Spy

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Now You See Her, Now You Don't. Written by Ludwig, Jerry. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 February 28

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Now You See Her, Now You Don't. Written by Ludwig, Jerry. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 February 28

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Now You See Her, Now You Don't. Written by Ludwig, Jerry. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 February 28

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Now You See Her, Now You Don't. Written by Ludwig, Jerry. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 February 28

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You Can't Shoot an Honest Man. Written by Zagor, Michael. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 February 28

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You Can't Shoot an Honest Man. Written by Zagor, Michael. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 February 28

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Now You See Her, Now You Don't. Written by Ludwig, Jerry. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 February 28

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Now You See Her, Now You Don't. Written by Ludwig, Jerry. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 February 28

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Now You See Her, Now You Don't. Written by Ludwig, Jerry. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 February 28

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The Choice. Written by Frankel, Ernest. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 June 7

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The Choice. Written by Frankel, Ernest. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 June 7

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The Choice. Written by Frankel, Ernest. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 June 7

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The Choice. Written by Frankel, Ernest. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 June 7

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An American Princess. Written by Moll, Elick and Joseph Than. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 June 26

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Anyplace I Hang Myself is Home. Written by Zagor, Michael. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 Jule 6

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Anyplace I Hang Myself is Home. Written by Zagor, Michael. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 July 6

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Anyplace I Hang Myself is Home. Written by Zagor, Michael. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 July 6

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A Few Miles West of Nowhere. Written by Ludwig, Jerry. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 March 21

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A Few Miles West of Nowhere. Written by Ludwig, Jerry. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 March 21

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A Few Miles West of Nowhere. Written by Ludwig, Jerry. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 March 21

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A Few Miles West of Nowhere. Written by Ludwig, Jerry. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 March 21

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Anyplace I Hang Myself is Home. Written by Zagor, Michael. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 July 6

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Tag, You're It. Written by Kandel, Stephen. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 July 14

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Tag, You're It. Written by Kandel, Stephen. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 July 14

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Turnabout For Traitors. Written by Frankel, Ernest. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 August 24

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Turnabout For Traitors. Written by Frankel, Ernest. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 August 24

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Turnabout For Traitors. Written by Frankel, Ernest. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 August 24

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Turnabout For Traitors. Written by Frankel, Ernest. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 August 24

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This Guy Smith. Written by Gillis, Jackson. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 March 20

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This Guy Smith. Written by Gillis, Jackson. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 March 20

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This Guy Smith. Written by Gillis, Jackson. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 March 20

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This Guy Smith. Written by Gillis, Jackson. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 March 20

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Suitable for Framing. Written by Dales, Arthur. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 March 21

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Happy Birthday… Everybody. Written by Fine, Morton and David Friedkin. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 June 12

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Shana. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 July 5

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Shana. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 July 5

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Shana. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 July 5

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Shana. Produced by Three F Productions 1967 July 5

 

Johnny Ringo

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The Reno Brothers. Written by Falvo, John; Stephen Lord and Aaron Spelling. Produced by A Four Star-Pamaron-Zan Grey Production 1959 December 18

 

Judgment

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(Pilot). Written by Reed, Lewis. Produced by A Qualis Production

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Judgment at Blythe (Part I). Written by Reed, Lewis. Produced by A Qualis Production

 

Kaiser Presents the Lloyd Bridges Show

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The Sound of Angels. Written by Spelling, Aaron. Produced by Four Star Television 1962 August 9

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Just Married. Written by St. Joseph, Ellis. Produced by Four Star Television 1968 August 1

 

Kings Row

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Carnival. Written by Moll, Elick; Ellis St. Joseph. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 1955 October 28

 

Lancer

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Jelly. Written by Turley, Jack. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1968 August 12

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Black Angel. Written by Turley, Jack. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1969 June 5

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Shadow of a Dead Man. Written by Turley, Jack. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1969 October 28

 

The Law and Mr. Jones

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The Last Commencement. Written by Savage, Paul and Dick McDonagh. Produced by Four Star-Naxan 1961 April 3

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The Last Commencement. Written by Savage, Paul and Dick McDonagh. Produced by Four Star-Naxan 1961 April 3

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The Man Who Wanted to Die. Written by Gomberg, Sy. Produced by Four Star-Naxan 1962 February 14

 

The Loner

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An Echo of Bugles. Written by Serling, Rod. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 May 12

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The Vespers. Written by Serling, Rod. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 June 18

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The House Rules at Mrs. Wayne's. Written by Serling, Rod. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 May 6

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The Sheriff of Fetterman's Crossing. Written by Serling, Rod. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 June 11

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The Flight of the Arctic Tern. Written by White, Andy. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 June 15

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Hunt the Man Down. Written by Gelman, Milton S. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 June 16

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Hunt the Man Down. Written by Gelman, Milton S. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 June 16

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The Oath. Written by Serling, Rod. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 June 16

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The Oath. Written by Serling, Rod. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 June 16

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One of the Wounded. Written by Serling, Rod. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 June 17

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The House Rules at Mrs. Wayne's. Written by Serling, Rod. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 June 18

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The Kingdom of McComb. Written by Serling, Rod. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 June 18

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The Kingdom of McComb. Written by Serling, Rod. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 June 18

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Savage on the Evening Stage. Written by Serling, Rod. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 June 18

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The Vespers. Written by Serling, Rod. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 June 18

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Escort for a Dead Man. Written by Lewin, Robert. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 September 23

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To the West of Eden. Written by Adamson, Ed. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 June 23

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The Ordeal of Bud Windom. Written by Katkov, Norman. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 August 17

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Escort for a Dead Man. Written by Lewin, Robert. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 September 23

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A Question of Guilt. Written by Crutchfield, Les. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 October 4

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Escort for a Dead Man. Written by Lewin, Robert. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 October 15

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Mantrap. Written by Sanford, Gerald. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 October 18

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Mantrap. Written by Sanford, Gerald. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 October 18

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A Question of Guilt. Written by Crutchfield, Les. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 October 26

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The Trial in Paradise. Written by Serling, Rod. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 November 2

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A Question of Guilt. Written by Written by Crutchfield, Les. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 November 5

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The Mourners for Johnny Sharp (Part One). Written by Serling, Rod. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 November 5

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A Little Stroll to the End of the Line. Written by Serling, Rod 1965 November 11

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A Little Stroll to the End of the Line. Written by Serling, Rod. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 November 18

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Mantrap. Written by Sanford, Gerald and Ed Adamson; Gerald Sanford. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 August 4

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Another Man's Shoes. Written by Adamson, Ed. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 September 14

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The Mourners for Johnny Sharp (Part One). Written by Serling, Rod. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 November 5

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The Mourners for Johnny Sharp (Part One). Written by Serling, Rod. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 November 5

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To Hang a Dead Man. Written by Gelman, Milton S. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 November 18

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The Incident in the Middle of Nowhere. Written by White, Andy. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 November 26

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Pick Me Another Time to Die. Written by Adamson, Ed. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 December 1

 

Longstreet

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Movie of the Week and Pilot. Written by Silliphant, Stirling. Produced by Paramount Television 1970 October 21

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Movie of the Week and Pilot. Written by Silliphant, Stirling. Produced by Paramount Television 1970 October 21

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Movie of the Week and Pilot. Written by Silliphant, Stirling. Produced by Paramount Television 1970 October 21

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The Way of the Intercepting Fist. Written by Silliphant, Stirling. Produced by Paramount Television 1971 June 18

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The Way of the Intercepting Fist. Written by Silliphant, Stirling. Produced by Paramount Television 1971 June 18

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The Way of the Intercepting Fist. Written by Silliphant, Stirling. Produced by Paramount Television 1971 June 18

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A World of Perfect Complicity. Written by Silliphant, Stirling. Produced by Paramount Television 1971 June 1

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The Way of the Intercepting Fist. Written by Silliphant, Stirling. Produced by Paramount Television 1971 June 18

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The Way of the Intercepting Fist. Written by Silliphant, Stirling. Produced by Paramount Television 1971 June 18

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The Way of the Intercepting Fist. Written by Silliphant, Stirling. Produced by Paramount Television 1971 June 18

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So, Who's Fred Hornbeck? Written by Stern, Sandor. Produced by Paramount Television 1971 June 21

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The Portrait of Martin Looten. Written by Bercovitch, Reuben. Produced by Paramount Television 1971 July 5

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The Witness. Written by Siegel, Lionel E. Produced by Paramount Television 1971 July 29

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"I See" Said the Blind Man. Written by Stern, Sandor. Produced by Paramount Television 1971 September 21

 

M Squad

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The Last Act 1950 November 24

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The Silent Alibi. Written by Schiller, Wilton and Jack Laird. Produced by Revue Productions, Inc. 1957 September 25

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Shot in the Dark. Written by Lee, Leonard and Merwin Gerard; Leonard Lee. Produced by Revue Productions, Inc. 1958 January 8

 

Mackenzie's Raiders

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18B: Broken Treaty. Written by Savage, Paul. Produced by Ziv Television Programs, Inc. 1958

 

The Man Who Never Was

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All That Lia Ever Wanted… Written by Bast, William. Produced by Palomino Productions, Inc. 1966 June 10

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Waltz in Vienna. Written by Moss, Frank L.. Produced by Palomino Productions, Inc. 1966 July 7

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Samara Revisted. Written by Katkov, Norman; Norman Borisoff. Produced by Palomino Productions, Inc. 1966 July 28

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One Plus One Equals One. Produced by 20th Century Fox Television Productions Inc. 1966 November 6

 

Maverick

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Arizona Black Maria. Written by Hermanos, W.; Spang, R.G.. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 1960 May 27

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The Bundle From Britain. Written by Bishop, Ron; Primo Saxon. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 1960 August 3

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The Town That Wasn't There. Written by Paynter, Arthur; Dick Lederer. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 1960 August 8

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Last Wire From Stop Gap. Written by Epstein, Herman; Primo Saxon. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 1960 August 15

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A Bullet for the Teacher. Written by Gordon, Leo and Paul Leslie Peil; Harry S. Franklin and Barry Cohon. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 1960 September 12

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Portrait in Terror. Written by Townsend, Leo and Laszlo George. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 1960 October 19

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Destination Devil's Flat. Written by Wright, Robert. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 1960 September 29

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Dodge City or Bust. Written by Epstein, Herman. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 1960 October 6

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Family Pride. Written by Kuttner, Catherine. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 1960 November 14

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Much Ado About Money. Written by Malotte, Mae. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 1960 December 2

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The Cactus Switch. Written by Earnshaw, Fenton. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 1960 December 5

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Dutchman's Gold. Written by Bruckner, William; Jerry Capehart. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 1960 December 7

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The Cave. Written by Pittman, Montgomery. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 1961 January 16

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Triple Indemnity. Written by Winston, Irene. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 1961 January 16

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The Deadly Image. Written by Gordon, Leo and Paul Leslie Peil; Coles Trapnell and Don Tait. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 1961 January 20

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The Forbidden City. Written by Root, Wells; Coles Trapnell and Don Tait. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 1961 Febrauary 2

 

Me and Sinbad

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Heros Are Made -- Written by Sommers, Jay. Produced by Van Bernard Productions 1963 January 3

 

Medic

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My Very Good Friend Albert. Written by Mosher, James E. 1954 July 2

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I Climb the Stars 1954 July 16

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When Comes the Autumn 1954 August 10

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Vagrant Heart, Vagrant Cup 1954 August 27

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My Brother, Joe 1954 September 4

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With This Ring… 1954 September 4

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After the Darkness 1954 October 2

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After the Darkness 1954 October 7

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The Wild Intruder 1954 October 20

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A Time to be Alive 1954 October 27

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Death is a Red Balloon. Written by Lucas, John 1954 November 11

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Boy in the Storm 1954 November 16

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Flash of Darkness. Written by Lucas, John 1954 December 20

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Break Through the Bars. Written by Lucas, John Meredyth 1954 December 31

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All My Mothers, All My Fathers. Written by Moser, James E. 1955 January 28

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All My Mothers, All My Fathers. Written by Moser, James E. 1955 January 28

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Breath of Life. Written by Lucas, John Meredyth

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Death Rides a Wagon

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Dr. Impossible. Written by Vittes-Bonhem

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My Child's Keeper 1955 January 10

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Physician, Heal Thyself. Written by Marshall, Sidney 1955 January 27

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Physician, Heal Thyself. Written by Marshall, Sidney 1955 January 27

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Physician, Heal Thyself. Written by Marshall, Sidney 1955 January 27

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The Lifeline. Written by Lucas, John Meredyth 1955 February 23

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The Lifeline. Written by Lucas, John Meredyth 1955 February 23

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Never Come Sunday. Written by Moser, James E. 1955 March 31

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Black Friday. Written by Moser, James E. 1955 June 5

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The World So High. Written by Moser, James E. 1955 June 29

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Walk With Lions 1955 June 30

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All the Lonely Night. Written by Campbell, R. Wright and James E. Moser 1955 July 1

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When I Was Young. Written by Moser, James E. 1955 July 13

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A Room, A Boy, and Mister Bodine. Written by Kneubuhl, John 1955 July 18

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And There Was Darkness… There Was Light (Part I). Written by Moser, James E. 1955 August 8

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And There Was Darkness… There Was Light (Part II). Written by Kneubuhl, John 1955 August 11

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The Candle of Hope 1955 August 24

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A Time for Sleep 1955 October 8

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A Glass of Fear. Written by Allen, Ray and James E. Moser

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Black Friday. Written by Moser, James E. Produced by A Rosenberg & Ashley Package

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Physician, Heal Thyself. Written by Marshall, Sidney

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Pray Judgement

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Wall of Silence. Written by Lucas, John Meredyth

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Just Like Your Father! 1955 October 27

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The Laughter and the Weeping. Written by Gaylord, Oits and James E. Moser 1955 October 28

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The Home Coming 1955 December 14

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If Tomorrow Be Sad. Written by Moser, James E. 1955 December 19

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Who Search For Truth 1956 January 18

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Awake into Spring 1956 February 17

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Awake into Spring 1956 February 20

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The Inconstant Heart 1956 March 8

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Good Samaritan 1956 March 16

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Someday We'll Laugh. Written by Kolb, Ken 1956 March 19

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To the Great… A Most Seldom Gift. Written by Kolb, Ken 1956 March 26

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The Reach of a Giant (Part II). 1956 April 27

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The Reach of a Giant (Part I). 1956 April 30

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Til the Song is Done… 'Til the Dance is Gone 1956 May 3

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A Matter of Touching Wood

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And His Name is Judas

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The Flaw in the Armor. Written by Kolb, Ken

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The Glorious Red Gallagher. Written by Moser, James E. and Robert Roger Freud

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My Best Friend, My Guilty Friend. Written by Moser, James E. and John Kneubuhl

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When Dies the Soft Voice

 

Mickey Spillane

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Overdose of Lead. Written by Earnshaw, Fenton; Curtis Cluff. Produced by Revue Productions, Inc. 1958 January 28

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My Fair Deadly. Written by Shipman, Barry. Produced by Revue Productions, Inc. 1958 June 30

 

Moment of Decision

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End in Silence. Written by Boretz, Alvin

 

Mr. District Atoorney

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#62B. Written by Jerome, Stuart 1955 April 22

 

Mr. Novak

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Moment Without Armor. Written by Armen, Margaret. Produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. 1964 February 25

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An Elephant is Like a Tree. Written by Black, John D. F. Produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. 1964 October 20

 

Mr. Terrific

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Stanley and the Mountaineers. Written by Grossman, Bud. Produced by Universal City Studios, Inc. 1966 January 10

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Fly, Ballerina, Fly. Written by Raynor, William and Myles Wilder. Produced by Universal City Studios, Inc. 1966 November 9

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My Partner, the Jewel Thief. Written by Raynor, William and Myles Wilder 1966 December 8

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Stanley, the Safe Cracker. Written by Grossman, Bud. Produced by Universal Television 1966 December 20

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The Jail Break. Written by Raynor, William and Myles Wilder. Produced by Universal City Studios, Inc. 1966 December 22

 

Moment of Decision

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End in Silence. Written by Boretz, Alvin

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End in Silence. Written by Boretz, Alvin

 

Mystery Theater

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The Case of the Missing Gun. Written by Raison, M.M.. Produced by A Roland Reed TV Production 1951 August 8

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The Case of Double Jeopardy. Written by Wilson, Warren. Produced by A Roland Reed TV Production 1951 August 9

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The Case of the Living Corpse. Written by Martin, Al. Produced by A Roland Reed TV Production 1951 August 27

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The Case of the Loving Couple. Written by Hoerl, Arthur. Produced by A Roland Reed TV Production 1951 August 28

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The Case of I-n-v-i-s-i-b-l-e D-e-a-t-h. Produced by A Roland Reed TV Production 1951 September 8

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The Case of the Ghost Trapper. Written by Raison, Milton M. Produced by A Roland Reed TV Production 1951 October 15

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The Case of Murder on the Hour. Written by Wolf, William. Produced by A Roland Reed TV Production 1951 October 29

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The Case of the Missing Heads. Written by Loeb, Lee. Produced by A Roland Reed TV Production 1951 November 5

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The Case of the Idol of Death. Written by Kohn, John and Alan Woods. Produced by A Roland Reed TV Production 1951 November 19

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The Case of the Old Master Murder. Written by Raison, M.M. Produced by A Roland Reed TV Production 1951 November 23

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The Case of the Borrowed Corpse. Written by Martin, Al. Produced by A Roland Reed TV Production 1951 December 10

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The Case of the Chinese Medallion. Written by Raynor, William. Produced by A Roland Reed TV Production 1952 January 2

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The Case of the Haunted Castle. Written by Manning, Monroe and Fritz Blocki. Produced by A Roland Reed TV Production 1952 January 10

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The Case of the Unfinished Masterpiece. Written by Raison, M.M. Produced by A Roland Reed TV Production 1952 January 21

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The Case of the Missing Bride. Written by Vittes, Louis. Produced by A Roland Reed TV Production 1952 February 6

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The Case of the Lost Face. Written by Vittes, Louis. Produced by A Roland Reed TV Production 1952 March 24

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The Case of the Fatal Ruby. Written by Raison, M.M. Produced by A Roland Reed TV Production 1952 March 25

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The Case of the Ghostly Gown. Written by Abrams, Leon. Produced by A Roland Reed TV Production 1952 May 5

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The Case of the Chamber of Death. Written by Manning, Monroe. Produced by A Roland Reed TV Production 1952 May 24

 

The Name of the Game

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The Emissary 1969 June

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The Civilized Man. Written by Furia, John, Jr. Produced by Universal City Studios, Inc. 1969 July 8

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Blind Man's Bluff. Written by Slesar, Henry. Produced by Universal City Studios, Inc. 1969 July 9

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The Lost One. Written by Slesar, Henry and David P. Harmon; Henry Slesar. Produced by Universal City Studios, Inc. 1969 August 20

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Beware of the Watchdog. Written by Turley, Jack. Produced by Universal City Studios, Inc. 1970 September 12

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Playboy of the Eastern World

 

NBC Matinee Theater

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Brief Candle. Written by Powel, Robert Hae; Richard McCracken. Produced by NBC

 

Night Patrol (Baltimore K-9 Cops)

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Police Killer. Written by Thompson, Robert E. Produced by Don W. Sharpe - Warren Lewis Television Production Services, Inc. 1959 April 7

 

Outlaws

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No More Pencils - No More Books. Written by Wright, Robert Vincent. Produced by NBC-TV 1961 January 16

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The Avenger. Written by Barrett, James Lee. Produced by NBC-TV 1961 March 6

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The Sisters. Written by Wood, Preston. Produced by NBC-TV 1961 September 27

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The Dark Sunrise of Griff Kincaid - Esquire. Written by Lewis, Andy; Andy Lewis and Cliff Robertson. Produced by NBC-TV 1961 October 5

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The Dark Sunrise of Griff Kincaid - Esquire. Written by Lewis, Andy; Andy Lewis and Cliff Robertson. Produced by NBC-TV 1961 October 5

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A Bit of Glory. Written by Wood, Preston. Produced by NBC-TV 1961 October

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The Bitter Swede. Written by Huffaker, Clair. Produced by NBC-TV 1961 November 15

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A Bit of Glory. Written by Wood, Preston. Produced by NBC-TV 1961 October

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A Bit of Glory. Written by Wood, Preston. Produced by NBC-TV 1961 October

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A Horse of a Similar Color. Written by Huffaker, Clair. Produced by NBC-TV 1961 October 24

 

Passport to Danger

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Trieste. Written by Dennis, Robert C.. Produced by RABCO TV Productions, Inc. 1954 October 27

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Tangier. Written by Sanford, Donald S. Produced by RABCO TV Productions, Inc. 1954 November 24

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Johannesburg. Written by Weiss, Arthur and William Tunburg. Produced by RABCO TV Productions, Inc.

 

Peck's Bad Girl

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Torey's Sibling Rivalry. Written by Manhoff, Bill. Produced by Rubin, Stanley 1958 September 17

 

Pete & Gladys

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The Eye Witness. Written by Curtis, Nathaniel and Leroy Edwards

 

Pete & Gladys Show

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Christmas Shopping. Written by Schiller, Bob and Bob Weiskopf

 

Pete Kelly's Blues

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The Doreen Stark Story. Written by Collins, Richard. Produced by NBC 1951 August 1

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The Veda Brand Story. Written by Flint, Joan. Produced by NBC 1951 August 29

 

Petticoat Junction

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Betty Jo's Dog. Written by Sommers, Jay and Lou Huston. Produced by Filmways TV Productions, Inc. 1964 August

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The Umquam Strip. Written by Sommers, Jay and Lou Huston. Produced by Filmways TV Productions, Inc. 1964 August

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Mother of the Bride. Written by Sommers, Jay. Produced by Filmways TV Productions, Inc. 1964 September 8

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The Great Buffalo Hunt. Written by Sommers, Jay. Produced by Filmways TV Productions, Inc. 1964 September 14

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Betty Jo's Pen Pal. Written by Sommers, Jay and Lou Huston. Produced by Filmways TV Productions, Inc. 1964 September 22

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The Lost Patrol. Written by Sommers, Jay and Jack Harvey; Henry Sharp. Produced by Filmways TV Productions, Inc. 1964 October 29

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The Curse of Chester W. Farnsworth. Written by Sommers, Jay and John L. Greene. Produced by Filmways TV Productions, Inc. 1964 November 3

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Smoke-Eaters. Written by Sommers, Jay and Lou Huston. Produced by Filmways TV Productions, Inc. 1964 November 3

 

Peyton Place

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Episode No. 165. Written by Roberts, Sonya and Rita Lakin. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1965 October 20

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Episode No. 163. Written by Siegel, Lionel E and Carol Sobieski. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1965 October 21

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Episode No. 169. Written by Wilder, John and Jerry Ziegman and Rita Lakin. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1965 October 29

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Episode No. 169. Written by Wilder, John and Jerry Ziegman and Rita Lakin. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc.1965 1965 November 3

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Episode No. 170. Written by Siegel, Lionel E. and Sonya Roberts. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1965 November 4

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Episode No. 173. Written by Gleason, Michael and Carol Sobieski. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1965 November 5

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Episode No. 175. Written by Sobieski, Carol and Rita Lakin. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1965 November 14

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Episode No. 176. Written by Wilder, John and Jerry Ziegman and Sonya Roberts. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1965 November 18

 

Pistols 'N' Petticoats

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No Sale. Written by Tibbles, George. Produced by Kayro Enterprises, Inc. 1966 March 29

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The Great Raid. Written by Bradford, John. Produced by Kayro Enterprises, Inc. 1966 May 9

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The Ross Guttley Story. Written by Tibbles, George. Produced by Kayro Enterprises, Inc. 1966 May 18

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Wretched Beautiful. Written by Kelsay, Bill. Produced by Kayro Enterprises, Inc. 1966 June 7

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A Wagonload of Wives. Written by Tibbles, George; Del Moore. Produced by Kayro Enterprises, Inc. 1966 June 15

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A Star is Scalped. Written by Tibbles, Doug. Produced by Kayro Enterprises, Inc. 1966 November 8

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The Golden Fleece. Written by Hire, Lois. Produced by Kayro Enterprises, Inc. 1966 November 17

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The Golden Fleece. Written by Hire, Lois. Produced by Kayro Enterprises, Inc. 1966 November 17

 

Playhouse 90 (Host scripts)

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Face of a Hero 1961 June 14

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Tomorrow 1961 June 14

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The Cruel Day 1961 June 15

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Journey to the Day 1961 June 15

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Journey to the Day 1961 June 15

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The Cruel Day 1961 June 16

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Tomorrow 1961 June 16

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The Velvet Alley 1961 July 16

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The Velvet Alley 1961 July 16

 

Playhouse 90

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The Clouded Image. Written by Cavanagh, James P. Produced by Manulis, Martin; Josephine Tey 1957 October 30

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The Rank and File. Written by Serling, Rod. Produced by Brodkin, Herbert 1959 May 8

 

Science in Action

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Transistors. Written by Draper, Benjamin. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1955 February 14

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From Seed to Table. Written by Luhman, Clare. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1957 March 30

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World of Insects. Written by McCraig, Freda and Richard E. Cook. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1957 September 16

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Man-Made Elements. Written by McCraig, Freda and Richard E. Cook. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1957 September 23

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Refrigeration and Geysers. Written by McCraig, Freda and Richard E. Cook. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1957 October 7

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Ceramic Engineering. Written by Lamott, Kenneth. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1957 October 14

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The Story of Painting. Written by Draper, Benjamin. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1954 November 1

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Survival in Space. Written by Keith, Robert H. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1958 January 13

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Miniaturization. Written by McCraig, Freda and Richard E. Cook 1958 February 3

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The Human Machine. Written by McCraig, Freda and Richard E. Cook. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1958 February 17

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Radiology. Written by McCraig, Freda and Richard E. Cook. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1958 February 24

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Space Report: 1958. Written by Draper, Benjamin. produced by California Academy of Sciences 1958 March 3

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Learning Electronics. Written by McCraig, Freda and Richard E. Cook. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1958 March 10

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IGY Arctic Report. Written by Lamott, Kenneth. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1958 March 17

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Atom Smashers. Written by McCraig, Freda and Richard E. Cook. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1958 March 24

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32 Hours in Space. Written by Lamott, Kenneth. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1958 March 31

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Re-Entry. Written by McCraig, Freda and Richard E. Cook. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1957 April 7

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1958 Science Fair. Written by Draper, Benjamin. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1958 April 14

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Low Temperature Research. Written by Draper, Benjamin. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1958 April 21

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Child Health. Written by Warter, Ann. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1958 April 28

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Astronomy Tomorrow. Written by McCraig, Freda and Richard E. Cook. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1958 May 5

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Taming the H-Bomb. Written by McCraig, Freda and Richard E. Cook. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1958 May 12

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Giant Snakes. Written by Herald, Earl S. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1958 May 26

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Piscatorial Report: 1958. Written by Herald, Earl S. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1958 June 2

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Orientation. Written by Orr, Robert T. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1958 June 9

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Pharmacognosy. Written by Hunt, Marjorie. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1957 October 21

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Voices Beneath the Sea. Written by McCraig, Freda and Richard E. Cook. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1957 October 28

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Salute to Medicine. Written by Draper, Benjamin. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1957 November 4

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The Sun. Written by Draper, Benjamin. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1957 November 11

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Modern Firearms. Written by McCraig, Freda and Richard E. Cook. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1957 November 18

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Romance of Spices. Written by McCraig, Freda and Richard E. Cook. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1957 November 24

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The Human Voice. Written by McCraig, Freda and Richard E. Cook. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1957 November 25

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Steroid Hormones. Written by Draper, Benjamin. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1958 December 3

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Bricks from Seawater. Written by Lamott, Kenneth. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1957 December 9

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Spinning in Space. Written by McCraig, Freda and Richard E. Cook. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1957 December 16

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Christmas Symbols. Written by Lamott, Kenneth. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1957 December 23

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Drake in California. Written by Draper, Benjamin. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1957 December 30

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Monsters of the Deep. Written by Herald, Earl S. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 January 5

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Monsters of the Deep. Written by Herald, Earl S. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 January 5

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The Radio Telescope. Written by McCraig, Freda and Richard E. Cook. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 February 2

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The Radio Telescope. Written by McCraig, Freda and Richard E. Cook. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 February 2

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Space Data. Written by McCraig, Freda and Richard E. Cook. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 March 3

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Jet Age Science. Written by Lamott, Kenneth. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 March 9

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Jet Age Science. Written by Lamott, Kenneth. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 March 9

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Insect Life. Written by Ross, Dr. Edward S. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 March 16

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Insect Life. Written by Ross, Dr. Edward S. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 March 16

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The Dead Sea Scrolls. Written by Lamott, Kenneth. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 March 23

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Monkeys in Dentistry. Written by Lamott, Kenneth. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 March 30

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Monkeys in Dentistry. Written by Lamott, Kenneth. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 March 30

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Story of the Piano. Written by Draper, Benjamin. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 April 13

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Earthquakes. Written by Mackenzie, John. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 April 20

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Earthquakes. Written by Mackenzie, John. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 April 20

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1959 Science Fair. Written by Draper, Benjamin. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 April 27

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Medical Uses of Hypnosis. Written by Draper, Barbara M. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 May 4

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Medical Uses of Hypnosis. Written by Draper, Barbara M. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 May 4

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Art Detectives. Written by Frazier, Tom. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 May 11

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The Polaris. Written by Mackenzie, John K. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 May 18

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Romance of Gold. Written by Mackenzie, John K. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 May 25

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Blood. Written by Hunt, Marjorie. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 June 1

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Radiation Belts. Written by Mackenzie, John. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 September 28

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Radiation Belts. Written by Mackenzie, John. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 September 28

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Infrared Research. Written by Draper, Benjamin. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 October 19

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Science of Ceramics. Written by Lafkas, Nicholas. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 October 26

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The Panama Canal. Written by Miluck, Michael and Edward H. Everett. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 November 9

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The Conquest of the Pacific. Written by Hunt, Marjorie. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 November 2

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The Miracle of Growth. Written by McCraig, Freda and Richard E. Cook. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1958 December 15

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Roundup of Adult Dentistry. Written by Lamott, Kenneth. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1958 December 22

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Cosmic Rays. Written by Mackenzie, John K. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 January 11

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The Electron Microscope. Written by Hunt, Marjorie. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 January 11

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Smog. Written by Lamott, Kenneth. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 January 18

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The Story of Jade. Written by Lafkas, Nick. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 January 25

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Age of Vertical Flight. Written by Beamish, Richard. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 February 1

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Anti-Matter. Written by Wilkes, Daniel. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 February 8

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How Medicines Work. Written by Lamott, Kenneth. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 February 15

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Poisons in Nature. Written by Draper, Benjamin. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 February 22

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Your Eyes and You. Written by Draper, Barbara. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 February 29

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Nuclear Rockets. Written by Lamott, Kenneth. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 March 7

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The Chair. Written by Rock, Ernest R. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 March 14

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The New Age of Glaciers. Written by Lafkas, Nicholas. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 March 21

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New Pediatrics. Written by Draper, Barbara. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 March 28

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1960 Science Fair. Written by Richardson, Hal. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 April 4

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Heat Transfer. Written by Lamott, Kenneth. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 April 11

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Madagascar Expedition. Written by Ross, Dr. Edward S. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 April 18

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Space Age Research. Written by Luhman, Clare. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 April 25

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Computers. Written by Lamott, Kenneth. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 May 2

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Rocket Propulsion. Written by Beamish, Dick. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 May 9

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Science of Food Processing. Written by Hunt, Marjorie. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 May 16

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Man-Made Maladies. Written by Hunt, Marjorie. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 May 23

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Radiation Detectors. Written by Lafkas, Nicholas. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 May 30

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Miracle of Color TV. Written by Draper, Benjamin. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 November 16

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Diet and Digestion. Written by Hunt, Marjorie. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 November 23

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Mathematics of Space. Written by Teller, Dr. Edward. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 November 30

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Chest Surgery. Written by Draper, Barbara M. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 December 7

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Sir Isaac Newton. Written by Lamott, Kenneth. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 December 14

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Darwin's Influence. Written by Orr, Dr. Robert T. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 December 21

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Signs, Scribbles, and Scripts. Written by Reynolds, Lloyd. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1959 December 28

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The Science of Musical Sound. Written by Lamott, Kenneth. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1961 January 9

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Volcanoes. Written by Draper, Benjamin. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1961 January 16

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Language Translation Machines. Written by Draper, Benjamin. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1961 January 16

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Social Life of Baboons. Written by Lamott, Kenneth. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1961 January 30

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The New Antibiotic. Written by Hunt, Marjorie. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1961 February 6

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The Echo Satellite. Written by Draper, Benjamin. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1961 February 13

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Guarding Your Health. Written by Hunt, Marjorie. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1961 February 20

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Keeping Children Safe. Written by Lamott, Kenneth. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1961 February 27

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The Operational Polaris. Written by Lafkas, Nicholas. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1961 March 6

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Rattlesnakes. Written by Draper, Benjamin. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1961 March 13

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The Common Cold. Written by Lafkas, Nicholas. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1961 March 20

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Undersea Research. Written by Kohlwes, Al. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1961 March 27

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Medical Electronics. Written by Lamott, Kenneth. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1961 April 3

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1961 Science Fair. Written by Richardson, Hal. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1961 April 10

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Solid Fuel Engines. Written by Lamott, Kenneth. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1961 April 17

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Plastic Surgery. Written by Draper, Barbara. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1961 April 24

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Strategic Air Command. Written by Louden, Vern. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 June 6

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Soft Lunar Landings. Written by Lafkas, Nicholas. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 September 12

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Modern Forest Management. Written by Beamish, Richard. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 September 19

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The Story of NORAD. Written by Draper, Benjamin. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 September 29

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New Techniques in Brain Surgery. Written by Draper, Barbara. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 October 3

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Friction. Written by Lamott, Kenneth. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 October 10

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A Barrel of Monkeys. Written by Lamott, Kenneth. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 October 17

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Metabolism. Written by Hunt, Marjorie. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 October 24

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Nuclear Accelerators. Written by Wilkes, Daniel. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 October 31

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Teenage Medicine. Written by Draper, Barbara. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 November 17

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Fuels for the Future. Written by Wilkes, Dan. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 November 21

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Space Geography. Written by Lafkas, Nicholas. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 November 28

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Seals and Sea Lions. Written by Lamott, Kenneth. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 December 5

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The Kidney. Written by Draper, Barbara. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 December 12

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Clinical Laboratory. Written by Hunt, Marjorie. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 December 19

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The Nature of Civilization. Written by Kohlwes, Allan. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1960 December 26

 

The 77th Bengal Lancers

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Shadow of the Hero. Written by Erwin, Lee. Produced by Screen Gems, Inc. 1956 October 30

 

Science in Action

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Story of the Bible. Written by Lamott, Kenneth. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1961 May 1

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Fiber Optics. Written by Luhman, Clare. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1961 May 3

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Cancer Immunology. Written by Hunt, Marjorie. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1961 May 15

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Sounds of Space. Written by Lafkas, Nicholas. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1961 May 22

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Tidepool Life. Written by Elvin, Dave and Ed Kirschbaum and Nicholas Lafkas. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1961 May 29

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Science of Baking. Written by Draper, Benjamin. Produced by California Academy of Sciences 1961 June 5

 

Sea Hunt

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147B / The Dark Evil. Written by Nibley, Sloan. Produced by Ziv - United Artists, Inc. 1961

 

Series 48

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1B. Written by Weiss, Arthur; Arthur Weiss and Ivan Tors 1956 June 26

 

Sky King Series

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The Plastic Ghost. Written by Gendot, Adrian. Produced by McGowan Productions, Inc.

 

Slattery's People

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Children of Calamity. Written by Lawrence, Anthony. Produced by Bing Crosby Productions 1964 June 1

 

Squad Girl

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Alfred Franklin Case. Written by Flohr, Scott. Produced by Key Productions

 

Stage 7

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Prairie-Dog Court. Written by Moessinger, David. Produced by Four Star Films, Inc. 1956 April 7

 

Stagecoach-West

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The Bold Whip. Written by Gamet, Kenneth. Produced by Four Star Television and Hilgrade Enterprises, Inc. 1961 February 23

 

State Trooper

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Lonely Valley. Written by Shipman, Barry. Produced by Revue Productions, Inc. 1958 August 27

 

Sugarfoot

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At Gunpoint. Written by Pittman, Montgomery. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 1958 May 12

 

Tales of the Plainsman

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The Dude. Written by Home, Cyril. Produced by Four Star - Cardiff 1959 August 12

 

That Girl

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Break a Leg. Written by Parker, Jim and Arnold Margolin. Produced by Daisy Productions 1966 June 17

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The Anatomy of a Blunder. Written by Raven, MC and Kleinschmitt. Produced by Daisy Productions 1966 July 5

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Beware of Actors Bearing Gifts. Written by Baer, Richard. Produced by Daisy Productions 1966 September 3

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All About Ann. Written by Pascal, Milton. Produced by Daisy Productions 1966 September 30

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Among My Souvenirs. Written by Elliott, Peggy and Edmund Scharlach. Produced by Daisy Productions 1966 October 24

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Christmas and the Hard Luck Kid. Written by Brooks, Jim. Produced by Daisy Productions 1966 November 4

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Author! Author! Written by Axe, Ronald and Howard Harris. Produced by Daisy Productions 1967 February 10

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Black and White and Read All Over. Written by Baer, Richard. Produced by Daisy Productions 1967 May 1

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Absence Makes the Heart Grow Nervous. Written by Margolin, Arnold and Jim Parker. Produced by Daisy Productions 1967 May 8

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The Apartment. Written by Flippen, Ruth Brooks. Produced by Daisy Productions 1967 August 9

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Call of the Wild. Written by Pascal, Milton and Ruth Brooks Flippen and Danny Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1967 November 27

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The Beard. Written by Baer, Richard. Produced by Daisy Productions 1968 February 9

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Ann Versus Secretary. Written by Flippen, Ruth Brooks. Produced by Daisy Productions 1968 September 9

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Don't Just Do Something, Stand There. Written by Parker, Jim and Arnold Margolin. Produced by Daisy Productions 1966 July 14

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Goodbye, Hello, Goodbye. Written by Persky, Bill and Sam Denoff. Produced by Daisy Productions 1966 July 22

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Help Wanted. Written by August,Tom and Helen August. Produced by Daisy Productions 1966 August 26

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Gone With the Breeze. Written by August,Tom and Helen August. Produced by Daisy Productions 1966 November 18

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The Good Skate. Written by August,Tom and Helen August. Produced by Daisy Productions 1967 May 15

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The Collaborators. Written by Kleinschmitt, Carl. Produced by Daisy Productions 1967 May 17

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A Friend in Need. Written by Baer, Richard. Produced by Daisy Productions 1967 September 21

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Fur All We Know. Written by Elliot, Peggy and Ed Scharlach, and, Danny Arnold and Ruth Brooks Flippen. Produced by Daisy Productions 1967 November 7

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He and She and He. Written by Turteltaub, Saul and Bernie Orenstein, Ruth Brooks Flippen and Danny Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1967 December 13

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Great Guy. Written by Howard, Bruce and Ruth Brooks Flippen and Danny Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1968 January 10

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The Detective Story. Written by Kleinschmitt, Carl and Ruth Brooks Flippen and Danny Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1968 January 18

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The Drunkard. Written by Flippen, Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1968 February 16

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Eleven Angry Men and That Girl. Written by Cutler, Stan and Martin Donovan. Produced by Daisy Productions 1968 June 10

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Bad Day at Marvin Gardens. Written by Kleinschmitt, Carl. Produced by Daisy Productions 1969 January 8

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All's Well That Ends.... Written by Zelinka, Sydney. Produced by Daisy Productions 1969 May 5

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At the Drop of a Budget. Written by Scharlach, Ed and Warren Murray. Produced by Daisy Productions 1969 June 18

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Chef's Night Out. Written by Grossman, Bud. Produced by Daisy Productions 1970 May 22

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I'll be Suing You! Written by Elliott and Schlarch. Produced by Daisy Productions 1966 June 23

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Little Auction Annie. Written by Mittleman, Rick. Produced by Daisy Productions 1966 August 19

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Kimono My House. Written by Elliott, Peggy and Edmund Scharlach. Produced by Daisy Productions 1966 December 9

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Leaving the Nest is For the Birds. Written by Avedon, Barbara. Produced by Daisy Productions 1967 January 13

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The Honeymoon Apartment. Written by Kalish, Austin and Irma Kalish. Produced by Daisy Productions 1967 January 27

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This Little Piggy Had a Ball. Written by Margolin, Arnold and Jim Parker. Produced by Daisy Productions 1967 February 1

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The Mating Game. Written by Silverman, Treva and Peter Meyerson. Produced by Daisy Productions 1967 February 17

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It's a Mod, Mod World (Part I) 1967 August

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It's a Mod, Mod World (Part II). Written by August,Tom and Helen August. Produced by Daisy Productions 1967 August 29

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The Mailman Cometh. Written by Arnold, Danny and Ruth Brooks Flippen. Produced by Daisy Productions 1967 October 19

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Just Spell the Name Right. Written by Baer, Richard and Danny Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1968 January 29

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If You Were Almost the Only Man in the World 1968 February

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The Hi-Jack and the Mighty. Written by Flippen, Ruth Brooks and Danny Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1968 May 20

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Decision Before Dawn. Written by Kragen, Jinx and Ruth Brooks Flippen and Danny Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1968 July 24

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The Home Wrecker and the Window Washer. Written by Cutler, Stan and Martin Donovan. Produced by Daisy Productions 1968 October 4

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The Eye of the Beholder. Written by Wayne, Paul and Danny Arnold and Ruth Brooks Flippen. Produced by Daisy Productions 1968 October 9

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Fly Me to the Moon! Written by McGreevey, John and Ruth Brooks Flippen and Danny Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1968 November 26

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The Defiant One. Written by Baer, Richard and Danny Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1968 December 12

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Never Change a Diaper on Opening Night. Written by Pascal, Milton. Produced by Daisy Productions 1966 July 1

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The Rich Little Rich Kid. Written by Bonaduce, Joseph. Produced by Daisy Productions 1966 August 13

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The Phantom of the Horse Opera. Written by Elliott, Peggy and Ed Scharlach. Produced by Daisy Productions 1966 October 7

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Rain, Snow and Rice. Written by Brooks, Jim. Produced by Daisy Productions 1966 December 16

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Paper Hats and Everything. Written by Zelinka, Sydney R. Produced by Daisy Productions 1966 December 23

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The Philadelphia Story. Written by Parker, Jim and Arnold Margolin. Produced by Daisy Productions 1967 June 19

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Pass the Potatoes, Ethel Merman. Written by Brooks, Jim. Produced by Daisy Productions 1967 July 18

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The Rivals. Written by Baer, Richard. Produced by Daisy Productions 1967 November 13

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The Other Woman. Written by Baer, Richard and Danny Arnold and Ruth Brooks Flippen. Produced by Daisy Productions 1967 December 2

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Odpdypahimcaifss. Written by Baer, Richard and Ruth Brooks Flippen and Danny Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1967 December 29

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Old Man's Darling. Written by Baer, Richard and Danny Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1968 February 27

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Secret Ballot. Written by Baer, Richard and Ruth Brooks Flippen and Danny Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1968 May 20

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Should All Our Old Acquaintance be Forgot? Written by Cutler, Stan and Martain Donovan and Ruth Brooks Flippen and Danny Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1968 May 23

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A Muggy Day in Central Park. Written by Julian, Arthur and Ruth Brooks Flippen and Danny Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1968 June 20

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The Marlo Thomas Prattass Special. Written by Julian, Arthur and Ruth Brooks Flippen and Danny Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1968 July 10

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7 1/4 (Part II). Written by Julian, Arthur and Ruth Brooks Flippen and Danny Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1968 July 19

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Just Donald and Me and Jerry Makes Three. Written by Cutler, Stan and Martin Donovan, Ruth Brooks Flippen and Danny Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1968 August

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My Sister's Keeper. Written by Persky, Bill. Produced by Daisy Productions 1968 September 19

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Those Friars. Produced by Daisy Productions

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Two For the Money. Produced by Daisy Productions

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What's in a Name. Written by Persky, Bill and Sam Denoff. Produced by Daisy Productions 1966 September 9

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Time for Arrest. Written by Winter, Jack. Produced by Daisy Productions 1966 September 16

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What are Your Intentions? Written by Pascal, Milton. Produced by Daisy Productions 1966 November 29

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You Have to Know Someone to be Unknown. Written by Turteltaub, Saul and Bernie Orenstein 1967 January 20

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To Each Her Own. Written by Rose, Stanley Ralph. Produced by Daisy Productions 1967 July 22

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When in Rome. Written by Turteltaub, Saul and Bernie Orenstein and Danny Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1967 September 15

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T'was the Night Before Christmas, You're Under Arrest. Produced by Daisy Productions 1967 October 24

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The Seventh Time Around. Written by Kleinschmitt, Carl, and Ruth Brooks Flippen, and Danny Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1968 September 3

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Pie 'R' Not Square. Written by Rosen, Milt and Ruth Brooks Flippen and Danny Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1968 October 31

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Shake Hands and Come Out Acting. Written by Turteltaub, Saul and Bernie Orenstein. Produced by Daisy Productions 1969 May 5

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Nobody Here But Us Chickens. Written by Horwitt, Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1969 June 6

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Ugh Wilderness. Written by Bonaduce, Joe. Produced by Daisy Productions 1969 June 19

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You Told it Right, How Could You? Written by Flippen, R.B. [Ruth Brooks]. Produced by Daisy Productions 1969 September 15

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They Shoot Pictures, Don't They? Written by Turteltaub, Saul and Bernie Orenstein. Produced by Daisy Productions 1970 January 10

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An Uncle Herbert for All Seasons. Written by Garland, Bob. Produced by Daisy Productions 1970 July 31

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Soap Gets in Your Eyes. Written by August,Tom and Helen. Produced by Daisy Productions 1966 September 23

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These Boots Weren't Made for Walking. Written by Elliot, Peggy and Ed Scharlach. Produced by Daisy Productions 1966 October 26

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A Tenor's Loving Care. Written by Bonaduce, Joseph; Joseph and Betty Bonaduce. Produced by Daisy Productions 1967 January 6

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Thanksgiving Comes But Once a Year - Thankfully. Written by Elliot, Peggy. Produced by Daisy Productions 1967 May 8

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There's Nothing to be Afrued of But Freud Himself. Written by Pascal, Milton and Danny Arnold and Ruth Brooks Flippen. Produced by Daisy Productions 1967 August 3

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Sixty-Five on the Aisle. Written by Flippen, Ruth Brooks. Produced by Daisy Productions 1967 August 9

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Sock it to Me. Written by Cutler, Stan and Martin Donovan and Danny Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1968 August 19

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The Subject was Rabies. Written by Webster, Skip and Danny Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1968 November 13

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Sue Me, Sue Me, What Can You Do Me? Written by Rosen, Milt and Ruth Brooks Flippen and Danny Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1969 January 14

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Stocks and the Single Girl. Written by Howard, Bruce. Produced by Daisy Productions 1969 May 15

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Ten Percent of Nothing is Nothing. Written by Turteltaub, Saul and Bernie Orenstein. Produced by Daisy Productions 1969 May 15

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There's No Business. Written by Johnson, Coslough. Produced by Daisy Productions 1969 June 5

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The Snow Must Go On. Written by Horwitt, Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1969 June 27

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That Cake. Written by Mittleman, Rick. Produced by Daisy Productions 1970 May 4

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Soot Yourself. Written by Turteltaub, Saul and Bernie Orenstein. Produced by Daisy Productions 1970 June 5

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Super Reporter. Written by Turteltaub, Saul and Bernie Orenstein. Produced by Daisy Productions 1970 June 19

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That Girl's Daddy. Written by Turteltaub, Saul and Bernie Orenstein. Produced by Daisy Productions 1970 July 3

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Stop the Presses, I Want to Get Off. Written by Farr, Gordon. Produced by Daisy Productions 1970 July 10

 

Think of a Number

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Roman Numerals. Written by Corbin, Michael. Produced by Executive Producer "Science in Action" 1953

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Some Linear Measures. Written by Corbin, Michael. Produced by Executive Producer "Science in Action" 1953

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Some Linear Measures. Written by Corbin, Michael. Produced by Executive Producer "Science in Action" 1953

 

The Third Man

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The Cross of Candos. Written by Perry, Ben. Produced by Third Man Corp. 1961 November 2

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Hansel and Son. Written by McCall, Mary C. and Junior & Lee Berg. Produced by Third Man Corp. 1961 December 20

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Mischka. Written by McCall, Mary C; Tom Gries. Produced by Third Man Corp. 1961 December 20

 

Tumbleweed

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Quien Sabe. Written by Schnee, Charles

 

Twelve O'Clock High

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The Threat. Written by Turley, Jack. Produced by QM in association with Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1965 January 14

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We're Not Coming Back. Written by Turley, Jack. Produced by QM in association with Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1965 June 30

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Storm at Twilight. Written by Spinner, Anthony. Produced by QM in association with Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1965 September 29

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The Jones Boys. Written by Gordon, William D. Produced by QM in association with Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1965 October 7

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Underground. Written by Lewin, Robert; James Doherty and Coles Trapnell. Produced by QM in association with Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1965 November 23

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The Hollow Man. Written by Field, Gustave. Produced by QM in association with Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1966 February 4

 

The Virginian

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Old Cowboy. Written by Upton, Gabrielle. Produced by Universal City Studios 1965 February 17

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The Gauntlet. Written by Shaw, Lou. Produced by Universal City Studios, Inc. 1966 November 29

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Kiss the Summer, Weep the Autumn. Written by Lord, Stephen. Produced by Universal City Studios 1966 December 14

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Doctor Pat. Written by Boardman, True. Produced by Universal City Studios, Inc. 1966 December 30

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Nightmare at Fort Killman. Written by Hawkins, John and Ward Hawkins, Donald Ingalls, Cy Chermak. Produced by Universal City Studios, Inc. 1967 January 9

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Halfway Back From Hell. Written by Sapinsley, Alvin. Produced by Universal City Studios, Inc. 1969 May 6

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The Moment of Falsehood. Written by Sapinsley, Alvin. Produced by Universal City Studios, Inc. 1969 July 24

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You Can Lead a Horse to Water. Written by Day, Gerry and Bethel Leslie. Produced by Universal City Studios, Inc. 1969 September 29

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You Can Lead a Horse to Water. Written by Day, Gerry and Bethel Leslie. Produced by Universal City Studios, Inc. 1969 September 29

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Train to Medicine Bow. Written by Van Scoyk, Robert. Produced by Universal City Studios, Inc. 1969 October 24

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The Execution of Private Slovik. Written by Levinson, Richard and William Link; William Bradford Huie. Produced by Universal Studios 1973 November 30

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The Execution of Private Slovik. Written by Levinson, Richard and William Link; William Bradford Huie. Produced by Universal Studios 1973 November 30

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The Execution of Private Slovik. Written by Levinson, Richard and William Link; William Bradford Huie. Produced by Universal Studios 1973 November 30

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The Execution of Private Slovik. Written by Levinson, Richard and William Link; William Bradford Huie. Produced by Universal Studios 1973 November 30

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The Execution of Private Slovik. Written by Levinson, Richard and William Link; William Bradford Huie. Produced by Universal Studios 1973 November 30

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A Cup for Elijah. Written by Axelrod, Ely 1956

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Board of Directors. Written by Bell, Alan 1966

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The Brass Ring.

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Chase the Hatchet! Written by Hashimoto, Shinobu

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The Commission. Written by Childers, Robert Clark; Watson, Ken E. 1965

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The Commission. Written by Childers, Robert Clark; Watson, Ken E. 1965

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Dead to Rights. Written by Forni, Charles F. 1966 June

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The Dream Shop. Written by Serebreny, Raphael E.

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Duet for Solitude and Senility. Written by Forni, Charles F. 1966 May

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The Execution of Private Slovik. Written by Levinson, Richard and William Link; William Bradford Huie. Produced by Universal Studios 1973 November 30

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It Was a Sunday. Written by Curtis, Kevin

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Knight's Gambit. Written by Breuillot, Peggy 1954

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Mister Counsellor. Written by Bartman, Hazel I and Philip Morrison and Marjorie G. Sullivan. Produced by John A. O'Connell Vocational and Technical Institute 1952

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Out to Lunch. Written by Serebreny, R.E.

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Peace Be on This House. Written by Goddard, Joan. Produced by University of California Extension

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Peace Marshall. Written by Gruber, Frank. Produced by Radio-Television-Film Department Library

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The Robbery. Written by Birk, Harry; Janet L. Miller

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The Robbery. Written by Birk, Harry; Janet L. Miller

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Seven Will Get You Ten. Written by Owens, Fredric A. 1966 May 10

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Spittin' Image. Written by Daniel, June Kershaw 1955

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Through the Trees, the Ocean. Written by Curtis, Kevin

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Walking John. Written by Brodie, D.L.; Curtis, Nathaniel. Produced by Sovereign Productions, Inc. 1953 September 23

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Star Trek. The City on the Edge of Forever. Written by Ellison, Harlan. Produced by Paramount Pictures Corp. and Norway Corp. 1967

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Legend of Marilyn Monroe. Written by Strauss, Theodore and Terry Sanders. Produced by Wolper Productions, Inc. 1964

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Sid Caesar, Imogene Coca, Carl Reiner, Howard Morris Special. Written by Brooks, Mel and Sam Denoff, Bill Persky, Carl Reiner and Mel Tolkin. Produced by Columbia Broadcasting Systems, Inc. 1968

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Cry Cooper

 

Cutter's Trail

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Dead Man's Bluff. Written by Turley, Jack. Produced by John Mantley 1969 January 28

 

Desilu Playhouse

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Lepke. Written by Spies, Adrian. Produced by Desilu Productions Inc. 1959 October 1

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The Handkerchief Trick. Written by Draper, Benjamin and Martha Leavitt and Virginia Nielsen McCall. Produced by Benjamin Draper, Martha Leavitt and Virginia Nielsen McCall 1955

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The House in Mickle Street. Written by Leavitt, Martha and Virginia Nielsen McCall with Benjamin Draper. Produced by Martha Leavitt and Virginia Nielsen McCall 1954

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The House in Mickle Street. Written by Leavitt, Martha and Virginia Nielsen McCall with Benjamin Draper. Produced by Martha Leavitt and Virginia Nielsen McCall 1954

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The House in Mickle Street. Written by Leavitt, Martha and Virginia Nielsen McCall with Benjamin Draper. Produced by Martha Leavitt and Virginia Nielsen McCall 1954

 

GE True

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Code Name: Christopher - Part I. Written by Carney, Otis. Produced by Mark VII LTD. 1962 October 22

 

Story of Colorado

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Bent's Fort. Written by Draper, Benjamin. Produced by KLZ-TV, Denver 1957

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Bent's Fort. Written by Draper, Benjamin. Produced by KLZ-TV, Denver 1957

 

Target 38B

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The 13th Juror. Written by Wells, Lee E. Produced by Ziv Television Programs, Inc. 1958 August 7

 

Target: the Corruptors

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Play it Blue. Written by Landau, Richard and Harry Essex. Produced by Four Star-Burrows-Ackerman 1961 August 29

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Vultures in Black. Written by Kleiner, Harry. Produced by Four Star-Velie-Burrows-Ackerman 1962 January 25

 

The Texan

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No Way Out. Written by Slater, Barney. Produced by Desilu Productions Inc. 1959 March 17

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No Way Out. Written by Slater, Barney. Produced by Desilu Productions Inc. 1959 March 17

 

Trackdown

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Bad Judgement. Written by Beauchamp, D.D. and Mary M. Beauchamp. Produced by Four Star Films, Inc. 1958 September 3

 

The Twilight Zone

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Walking Distance. Written by Serling, Rod 1959 April 13

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The Monsters are Due on Maple Street. Written by Serling, Rod 1959 September 8

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The Monsters are Due on Maple Street. Written by Serling, Rod 1959 September 8

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The Monsters are Due on Maple Street. Written by Serling, Rod 1959 September 8

 

Annapolis

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Willie. Written by Gordon, Mildred and Gordon Gordon. Produced by Ziv Television Programs, Inc. 1956

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Raid on the Entebbe. Written by Beckerman, Barry. Produced by Edgar J. Sherick Assoc., Inc. 1976 October 6

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Raid on the Entebbe. Written by Beckerman, Barry. Produced by Edgar J. Sherick Assoc., Inc. 1976 October 6

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Raid on the Entebbe. Written by Beckerman, Barry. Produced by Edgar J. Sherick Assoc., Inc. 1976 October 6

 

Skippy Peanut Butter Presents "You Asked For It"

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ABC #265 1956 December 16

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Teacher, Teacher. Written by Carroll, Ellison. Produced by Henry Jaffe Enterprises, Inc. 1969 February 5

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Teacher, Teacher. Written by Carroll, Ellison. Produced by Henry Jaffe Enterprises, Inc. 1969 February 5

 

The Twilight Zone

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A Stop at Willoughby. Written by Serling, Rod 1960 January 4

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A Stop at Willoughby. Written by Serling, Rod 1960 January 4

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Showdown with Rance McGrew. Written by Serling, Rod 1961 September 20

 

That Girl

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Many Happy Returns. Written by Whedon, John and Ruth Brooks Flippen and Danny Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1968 November 8

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It's So Nice to Have a Mouse Around the House. Written by Flippen, Ruth Brooks and Danny Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1968 December 30

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Mission Improbable (Part I). Written by Mittleman, Rick. Produced by Daisy Productions 1969 April 28

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Mission Improbable (Part II). Written by Mittleman, Rick. Produced by Daisy Productions 1969 July 31

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She Never Had the Vegas Notion (Part I). Produced by Daisy Productions 1969 May 22

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She Never Had the Vegas Notion (Part II). Written by Turteltaub, Saul and Bernie Orenstein. Produced by Daisy Productions 1969 June 25

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The Flour Child. Written by Pritzker, Steve. Produced by Daisy Productions 1969 June 10

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My Part Belongs to Daddy. Written by Turteltaub, Saul and Bernie Orenstein. Produced by Daisy Productions 1969 July 14

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Hearing Today, Gone Tomorrow. Written by Orenstein, Bernie and Saul Turteltaub. Produced by Daisy Productions 1969 August 7

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Fix My Screen and Bug Out. Written by Turteltaub, Saul and Bernie Orenstein. Produced by Daisy Productions 1969 August 15

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Kiss That Girl Goodbye. Written by Harris, Fai and Lynn Farr. Produced by Daisy Productions 1969 September 23

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I am Curious Lemon. Written by Barris, Alex. Produced by Daisy Productions 1969 October 10

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Meter Maid. Written by Ross, Jerry and William Lynn. Produced by Daisy Productions 1969 October 1

 

Hotel de Paree

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The High Cost of Justice. Written by Laird, Jack 1959 September 4

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Sundance and the Greenhorn Trader. Written by Laird, Jack. Produced by Rolfe, Sam 1959 December 29

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Sundance and the Hero of Bloody Blue Creek. Written by Hendryx, Shirl. Produced by Hendryx, Shirl 1959 December 30

 

I Dream of Jeannie

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Djinn and Water. Written by McCall, Mary C., Jr. Produced by Sidney Sheldon Productions 1965 March 11

 

That Girl

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Gone A-Courtin'. Written by Bonaduce, Joe. Produced by Daisy Productions 1969 May 5

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Opening Night. Written by Horwitt, Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1969 October 15

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Fly by Night (Part I). Written by Turteltaub, Saul and Bernie Orenstein. Produced by Daisy Productions 1969 November 18

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The Reunion. Written by Turteltaub, Saul and Bernie Orenstein. Produced by Daisy Productions 1969 December 5

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Rattle of a Simple Girl. Written by Howard, Bruce. Produced by Daisy Productions 1970 April 25

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Don and Sandi and Harry and Snoopy. Written by Elliott, Peggy. Produced by Daisy Productions 1970 May 1

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No Man is a Manhattan Island. Written by Horwitt, Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1970 May 26

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I Ain't Got No Body. Written by Scharlach, Ed and Warren Murray S. Produced by Daisy Productions 1970 June 12

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That Senorita. Written by Turteltaub, Saul and Bernie Orenstein. Produced by Daisy Productions 1970 July 17

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There Sure are a Bunch of Cards in St. Louis (Part I). Written by Turteltaub, Saul and Bernie Orenstein. Produced by Daisy Productions 1970 August 7

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That Script. Written by Turteltaub, Saul and Bernie Orenstein. Produced by Daisy Productions 1970 August 21

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The Russians are Staying. Written by Turteltaub, Saul and Bernie Orenstein. Produced by Daisy Productions 1970 September 4

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A Limited Engagement. Written by Turteltaub, Saul and Bernie Orenstein. Produced by Daisy Productions 1970 September 14

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Stag Party. Written by Turteltaub, Saul and Bernie Orenstein. Produced by Daisy Productions 1970 October 15

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The Shoplifter. Written by Horwitt, Arnold. Produced by Daisy Productions 1970 October 23

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That King. Written by Murray, Warren S. Produced by Daisy Productions 1970 October 30

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The Elevated Woman. Written by Turteltaub, Saul and Bernie Orenstein. Produced by Daisy Productions 1970 November 19

 

I Dream of Jeannie

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Whatever Became of Baby Custer? Written by Kalish, Austin and Irma Kalish. Produced by Sidney Sheldon Productions 1965 March 22

 

International Affair

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The Kraft Television Theatre

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Mr. Mergenthwirker's Lobbies. Written by Bond, Nelson and David Kent 1951April 18

 

Laramie

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House Divided. Produced by Revue Productions, Inc. 1961 June 12

 

Law of the Plainsman

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Cavern of the Wind. Written by Fielder, Richard. Produced by Four Star-Cardiff 1960 February 16

 

The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp

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The Bounty Hunter. Written by Brennan, Fredrick Hazlitt 1958 June 9

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Miss Sadie. Written by Brennan, Fredrick Hazlitt; Frank Gruber 1960 September 27

 

Loomup!

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Pilot. Written by Ralston, Gilbert. Produced by ANSO Productions 1960 January 10

 

Lost in Space

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Space Circus. Written by Duncan, Bob and Wanda Duncan. Produced by An Irwin Allen Production 1966 June 16

 

Lum 'N Abner

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No Time For Change. Written by Thompson, Palmer. Produced by A Four Star-Caprock Production 1962 January 17

 

It Takes a Thief

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The Three Virgins of Rome. Written by Larson, Glen A. Produced by Universal City Studios, Inc. 1969 May 14

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The Fungus Caper. Written by Ralston, Gil and Mort Zancoff. Produced by Universal City Studios, Inc. 1969 August 29

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The Scorpio Drop. Written by Bast, William. Produced by Universal City Studios, Inc. 1969 August 29

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It Takes a Thief (untitled)

 

The Loner

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The Trial in Paradise. Written by Serling, Rod. Produced by Greenway Productions 1965 September 21

 

The Long, Hot Summer

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Face of Fear. Written by Schoenfeld, Bernard and Jack Turley. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1969 November 15

 

Longstreet

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Elegy in Brass. Written by Lord, Stephen. Produced by Paramount Television 1971 July 26

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The Shape of Nightmares. Written by Silliphant, Stirling. Produced by Paramount Television 1971 August 9

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Spell Legacy Like Death. Written by Salkowitz, Sal. Produced by Paramount Television 1971 September 2

 

Man With a Camera

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Kangaroo Court. Written by Schiller, Wilton. Produced by MWC Production 1959 September 12

 

Peyton Place

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Episode No. 177. Written by Siegel, Lionel E and Michael Gleason. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1965 November 24

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Episode No. 178. Written by Lakin, Rita and Carol Sobieski. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1965 November 24

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Episode No. 179. Written by Roberts, Sonya and Rita Lakin. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1965 November 24

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Episode No. 200. Written by Sobieski, Carol and Michael Gleason. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1966 January 28

 

Longstreet

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Wednesday's Child. Written by Kandel, Stephen; Howard Browne. Produced by Paramount Television 1971 September 14

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This Little Piggy Went to Marquette. Written by Young, Robert Malcom. Produced by Paramount Television 1971 October 11

 

Marcus Welby, M.D.

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Hello Goodbye Hello. Written by De Bono, Jerry. Produced by Universal City Studios, Inc. 1969 June 3

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Homecoming. Written by Collins, Robert. Produced by Universal City Studios, Inc. 1969 June 17

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The White Crane. Written by Ross, Jerome. Produced by Universal City Studios, Inc. 1969 August 29

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Neither Punch Nor Judy. Written by Israel, Charles E. Produced by Universal City Studios, Inc. 1969 September 3

 

Maverick

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Substitute Gun. Written by Browne, Howard; Bernie Giler. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 1961 February 10

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Benefit of Doubt. Written by Lang, David. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 1961 February 23

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To Kill a Brigadier (Part 1). Written by Bruckner, William; Coles Trapnell and Don Tait. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 1961 March 10

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To Kill a Brigadier (Part 2). Written by Bruckner, William; Coles Trapnell and Don Tait. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 1961 March 10

 

Longstreet

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The Old Team Spirit. Written by Hamner, Robert. Produced by Paramount Television 1971 August 20

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Giant in the Palm of a Hand. Written by Landau, Richard. Produced by Paramount Television 1971 October 4

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There Was a Crooked Man. Written by Furia, John and Mark Rodgers; John Furia. Produced by Paramount Television 1971 October 18

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Hannah. Written by Rodgers, Mark; Dick Nelson. Produced by Paramount Television 1971 November 1

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The Wild Country. Written by Rodgers, Mark; Ron Bishop. Produced by Paramount Television 1971 November 5

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Hire the Handicapped. Written by Wincelberg, Shimon. Produced by Paramount Television 1971 November 15

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Anatomy of a Mayday. Written by Lenski, Robert W. Produced by Paramount Television 1971 November 29

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Please Leave the Wreck for Others to Enjoy. Written by Silliphant, Stirling. Produced by Paramount Television 1971 December 6

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Sad Songs and Other Conversations. Written by Stern, Sandor; Sandor Stern and Joel Rogosin. Produced by Paramount Television 1971 December 14

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Field of Honor. Written by Groves, Herman. Produced by Paramount Television 1971 December 22

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Through Shattering Glass. Written by Gillis, Jackson. Produced by Paramount Television 1972 January 3

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The Sound of Money Talking. Written by Shapiro, Richard. Produced by Paramount Television 1972 January 12

 

The Bold Ones: the New Doctors

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Good Shepherd, Leave My Hand. Written by Stadd, Leonard. Produced by Universal City Studios, Inc. 1969 August 19

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Good Shepherd, Leave My Hand. Written by Stadd, Leonard. Produced by Universal City Studios, Inc. 1969 August 19

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Good Shepherd, Leave My Hand. Written by Stadd, Leonard. Produced by Universal City Studios, Inc. 1969 August 19

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If I Can't Sing, I'll Listen. Written by Stadd, Leonard and Blanche Hanalis and Joel Rogosin. Produced by Universal City Studios, Inc. 1969 October 10

 

Have Gun - Will Travel

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Dream Girl. Written by Shaw, Peggy and Loy Shaw. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Dream Girl. Written by Shaw, Peggy and Loy Shaw. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Dream Girl. Written by Shaw, Peggy and Loy Shaw. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Dream Girl. Written by Shaw, Peggy and Loy Shaw. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Exiles. Written by Thompson, Robert E. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Hunt. Written by Groves, Herman. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Mark of Cain. Written by Wincelberg, Shimon. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Mark of Cain. Written by Wincelberg, Shimon. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Mark of Cain. Written by Wincelberg, Shimon. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

 

Hong Kong

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Lady Godiva. Written by Froug, William. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1960 December 28

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The Hunted. Written by Sanford, Donald S. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1961 January 13

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With Deadly Sorrow. Written by Robinson, Dorothy and Robert Blees. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1961 January 13

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Murder by Proxy. Written by Latimer, Jonathan. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1961 January 20

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The Woman in Gray. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1961 February 2

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The Innocent Exile. Written by Ross, Sam; John Whittier. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1961 February 21

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The Runaway. Written by Buckner, Robert. Produced by Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1961 March 3

 

Have Gun - Will Travel

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Alice. Written by Roddenberry, Gene. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Alice. Written by Roddenberry, Gene. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Alice. Written by Roddenberry, Gene. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Bandit. Written by Court, Joanne. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Bandit. Written by Court, Joanne. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Coming of the Tiger. Written by Wilson, Anthony. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Coming of the Tiger. Written by Wilson, Anthony. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Cream of the Jest. Written by Wincelberg, Shimon. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Darwin's Man. Written by Tegland, Archie L. Produced by Pierson, Frank R. 1961 September 5

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Darwin's Man. Written by Tegland, Archie L. Produced by Pierson, Frank R. 1961 September 5

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Don't Shoot the Piano Player. Written by Wincelberg, Shimon. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Don't Shoot the Piano Player. Written by Wincelberg, Shimon. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Hobson's Choice. Written by Thompson, Robert E. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Hobson's Choice. Written by Thompson, Robert E. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Invasion. Written by Shaw, Peggy and Lou Shaw. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Man Who Struck Moonshine. Written by Trivers, Barry. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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One, Two, Three. Written by Thompson, Robert E. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Silent Death, Secret Death. Written by Laird, Jack. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Trap. Written by Tegland, Archie L. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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The Waiting Room. Written by Fink, Harry Julian. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Lobbies and Interiors 1961 June 23

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Lobbies and Interiors 1961 June 26

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Lobbies and Interiors 1961 September 5

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Lobbies and Interiors 1961 September 5

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Beau Geste. Written by Bloom, Harold Jack. Produced by Sparks, Robert 1962 March 13

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The Knight. Written by Ingalls, Don; John Black. Produced by Sparks, Robert 1962 March 29

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The Fifth Bullet. Written by Fink, Harry Julian. Produced by Sparks, Robert 1962 April 10

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A Place for Abel Hix. Written by Ingalls, Don and John Kneubeuhl. Produced by Sparks, Robert 1962 April 12

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Genesis. Produced by Sparks, Robert 1962 April 16

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Genesis. Produced by Sparks, Robert 1962 April 16

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Genesis. Written by Rolfe, Sam. Produced by Sparks, Robert

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A Miracle for St. Francis. Written by Ingalls, Don. Produced by Sparks, Robert 1962 May 2

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A Miracle for St. Francis. Written by Ingalls, Don. Produced by Sparks, Robert 1962 May 2

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The Predators. Written by Fink, Harry Julian. Produced by Sparks, Robert 1962 June 21

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The Predators. Written by Fink, Harry Julian. Produced by Sparks, Robert 1962 June 21

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The Marshal of Sweetwater. Written by Roddenberry, Eugene. Produced by Sparks, Robert 1962 June 25

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Man in an Hourglass. Produced by Sparks, Robert 1962 June 26

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The Bird of Time. Written by Ingalls, Don. Produced by Sparks, Robert 1962 July 17

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Jonah and the Trout. Written by Jonah and the Trout. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Pandora's Box. Written by Tegland, Archie L. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Shootout at Hogtooth. Written by Meadow, Herb. Produced by Sparks, Robert

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Taylor's Woman. Written by Roddenberry, Gene. Produced by Sparks, Robert

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Taylor's Woman. Written by Roddenberry, Gene. Produced by Sparks, Robert

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Penelope. Written by Wincelberg, Shimon. Produced by Sparks, Robert 1962 March 28

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Caravan. Written by Simms, Jay. Produced by Sparks, Robert 1962 April 23

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The Burning Tree. Written by Duncan, Bob and Wanda Duncan. Produced by Sparks, Robert 1962 May 29

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The Debutante. Written by Gielgud, Gwen. Produced by Sparks, Robert 1962 June 21

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Bob Wire. Written by Geller, Bruce. Produced by Sparks, Robert 1962 June 29

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The Cage at MacNaab. Written by Roddenberry, Eugene. Produced by Sparks, Robert 1962 July 11

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The Cage at MacNaab. Written by Roddenberry, Eugene. Produced by Ingalls, Don 1962 September 4

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Unforgiving Minute. Written by Wincelberg, Shimon. Produced by Sparks, Robert 1962 July 12

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American Primitive. Written by Fink, Harry Julian. Produced by Sparks, Robert 1962 July 30

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Trial at Tablerock. Written by Roddenberry, Eugene. Produced by Sparks, Robert 1962 August 7

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Trial at Tablerock. Written by Roddenberry, Eugene. Produced by Sparks, Robert 1962 August 7

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The Walking Years. Written by Ingalls, Don. Produced by Ingalls, Don 1962 September 10

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The Walking Years. Written by Ingalls, Don. Produced by Ingalls, Don 1962 September 10

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The Walking Years. Written by Ingalls, Don. Produced by Ingalls, Don 1962 September 10

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Be Not Forgetful of Strangers. Written by Sarno Jr., Arthur. Produced by Sparks, Robert

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Brotherhood. Written by Meadow, Herb and Albert Ruben. Produced by Sparks, Robert

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The Treasure. Written by Meadow, Herb; Robert Thompson. Produced by Sparks, Robert

 

Gunsmoke

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Eliab's Aim. Written by Corry, Will. Produced by Leacock, Philip 1964 November 25

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Dry Road to Nowhere. Written by Kronman, Harry. Produced by Leacock, Philip 1965 January 20

 

Have Gun - Will Travel

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Face of a Shadow. Written by Dennis, Robert C. Produced by Sparks, Robert 1962 April 23

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The Black Bull. Written by Simms, Jay. Produced by Sparks, Robert 1962 May 25

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Les Savages. Written by Roddenberry, Gene. Produced by Sparks, Robert 1962 May 28

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The Black Bull. Written by Simms, Jay. Produced by Sparks, Robert 1962 June 8

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Two Plus One. Written by Frieberger, Fred and William F. Leicester. Produced by Ingalls, Don 1962 August 13

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Two Plus One. Written by Frieberger, Fred and William F. Leicester. Produced by Ingalls, Don 1962 August 24

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The Eve of St. Elmo. Written by Simms, Jay. Produced by Ingalls, Don 1962 August 28

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The Savages. Written by Roddenberry, Gene. Produced by Ingalls, Don 1962 September 17

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Face of a Shadow. Written by Dennis, Robert C. Produced by Sparks, Robert

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Sweet Lady in the Moon. Written by Fink, Harry Julian. Produced by Pierson, Frank R.

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Miscellaneous Papers and Documents

 

All About Amanda

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Pilot. Written by Fritzell-Greenbaum. Produced by Four Star Television 1962 November 6

 

The Americans

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The Regular. Written by Lewis, Andy 1960 November 25

 

Bob Hope Presents Chrysler Theatre

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White Snow - Red Ice 1964 January 22

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The Timothy Heist. Written by Davis, Philip and David Davis; John Hasse. Produced by Universal City Studios 1964 September 22

 

Bold Venture

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Kazantos. Written by Neuman, E. Jack 1959 May 22

 

Brave Eagle, Chief of the Cheyennes

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Face of Fear. Written by Goldman, Lawrence. Produced by Cochise Productions, Inc 1955 August 9

 

Combat!

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The Trap. Written by Lakso, Edward J. Produced by Selmur Productions, Inc. 1964 January 2

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The Trap. Written by Lakso, Edward J. Produced by Selmur Productions, Inc. 1964 January 2

 

Gunsmoke

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Two Tall Men. Written by Clements, Calvin. Produced by Leacock, Philip 1964 November 30

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Bad Lady From Brookline. Written by Field, Gustave. Produced by Leacock, Philip 1965 January 29

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The Lady. Written by Meston, John. Produced by Leacock, Philip 1965 February 5

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Ten Little Indians. Written by Eckstein, George. Produced by Leacock, Philip 1965 April 14

 

December Bride

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Zsa Zsa Show. Written by Derman, Lou and Arthur Julian and Bill Davenport. Produced by Levy, Parke 1958 November 13

 

Yancy Derringer

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An Ace Called Spade. Written by Brady, Frederick. Produced by Derringer Productions, Inc. 1958 September 9

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A Bullet for Bridget. Written by Brady, Frederick; Loos, Mary & Sale, Richard. Produced by Derringer Productions, Inc. 1958 August 18

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The Fair Freebooter. Written by Loos, Mary; Sale, Richard. Produced by Derringer Productions, Inc. 1958 December 1

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Gallatin Street. Written by Loos, Mary; Sale, Richard. Produced by Derringer Productions, Inc. 1958 August 6

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Gone But Not Forgotten. Written by Sale, Richard. Produced by Derringer Productions, Inc. 1959 April 29

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Hell and High Water. Written by Sale, Richard. Produced by Derringer Productions, Inc. 1959 January 20

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The Loot From Richmond. Written by Wallace, Irving. Produced by Derringer Productions, Inc. 1958 September 29

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Marble Fingers. Written by Spielman, Bob & Sale, Richard. Produced by Derringer Productions, Inc.

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Mayhem at the Market. Written by Ferro, Theodore and Mathilde; Sale, Richard. Produced by Derringer Productions, Inc. 1958 December 12

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Memo to a Firing Squad. Written by Loos, Mary & Sale, Richard. Produced by Derringer Productions, Inc. 1958 October 8

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Nightmare on Bourbon Street. Written by Loos, Mary & Sale, Richard. Produced by Derringer Productions, Inc. 1958 November 26

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Old Dixie. Written by Hawkins, John; Loos, Mary & Sale, Richard. Produced by Derringer Productions, Inc.

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Panic in Town. Written by Trapnell, Coles. Produced by Derringer Productions, Inc. 1959 January 10

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The Quiet Firecracker. Written by Loos, Mary & Sale, Richard. Produced by Derringer Productions, Inc. 1959 April 22

 

Dick Powell Show, The

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Everybody Loves Sweeny. Written by Manhoff, Bill and Berne Giler; Bill Manhoff. Produced by Four Star Television 1962 June 4

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Crazy Sunday. Written by Poe, James; F. Scott Fitzgerald. Produced by Four Star Television 1962 August16

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Hotel Paradise. Written by Simmons, Richard Alan. Produced by Four Star Television 1962 October 15

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Colossus. Written by Simmons, Richard Alan. Produced by Four Star Television 1962 October 15

 

Dr. Kildare

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Mommy, Daddy, Leave the Light On! Written by Knopf, Christopher. Produced by Arena Productions, Inc. 1964 June 24

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Rome Will Never Leave You (Part II). Written by Benson, Sally; Jane and Ira Avery. Produced by Arena Productions, Inc. 1964 June 24

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Rich Who are Poor (Part II). Written by Neuman, E. Jack. Produced by Arena Productions, Inc. 1964 August 8

 

The Green Hornet

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Crime Wave. Written by Stark, Sheldon. Produced by Greenway Productions 1966 June 14

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The Secret of the Sally Bell. Written by Stuart, William L. Produced by Greenway Productions 1966 October 5

 

Yancy Derringer

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Russian Roulette. Written by Trapnell, Coles. Produced by Derringer Productions, Inc. 1958 December 30

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The Saga of Lonesome Jackson. Written by Sapinsley, Alvin; Loos, Mary & Sale, Richard. Produced by Derringer Productions, Inc. 1958 September 4

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A Ticket to Natchez. Written by Hoffman, Herman; Loos, Mary & Sale, Richard. Produced by Derringer Productions, Inc. 1958 August 19

 

Wells Fargo

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The Glory Hole. Written by Holterman, Charles. Produced by Revue Productions, Inc. / Overland Productions, Inc. 1960 February 17

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Kid Curry. Written by Beauchamp, D.D. & Newton, Dwight. Produced by Revue Productions, Inc. / Overland Productions, Inc. 1958 December 3

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The Target. Written by Leicester, William F. Produced by Revue Productions, Inc. / Overland Productions, Inc. 1957 April 1

 

Whirlybirds

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The Ashley Case. Written by Palmer, P.K. Produced by Desilu Productions, Inc. 1957 November 15

 

Whodunit? Series

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Chalice Worth. Written by Schnee, Thelma 1959 January 21

 

Wide Country

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Yankee Go Home! Written by Wood, Preston; Barton, Franklin. Produced by BAR - BAR - A Productions 1963 February 13

 

Wild Bill Hickok

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#2. Written by Levy, Melvin & Tombragel, Maurice. Produced by William F. Broidy Productions, Inc.

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#3. Written by Levy, Melvin & Tombragel, Maurice. Produced by William F. Broidy Productions, Inc.

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#4. Written by Levy, Melvin & Tombragel, Maurice. Produced by William F. Broidy Productions, Inc.

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#6. Written by Tombragel, Maurice. Produced by William F. Broidy Productions, Inc.

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The Missing Diamonds. Written by Adams, Allen J. Produced by William F. Broidy Productions, Inc.

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The Missing Diamonds. Written by Adams, Allen J. Produced by William F. Broidy Productions, Inc.

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Wild Luke's Boy. Written by Curtis, Nathaniel. Produced by Sovereign Productions, Inc. 1953 November 16

 

The Wild, Wild, West

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The Night of the Ghost Who Would Not Die. Written by Hamner, Robert & Wood, Preston 1965 December 18

 

Winchester

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Brown 1960 January 8

 

U.S. Marshall

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Toy Bull. Written by Harris, Sid. Produced by Desilu Productions Inc. 1959 September 8

 

Valentine's Day

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All Through the Night. Written by All Through the Night. Produced by Savannah-Yorkton in association w 20th Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1964 July 20

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The Baritone Canary. Written by Fessier, Michael. Produced by Savannah-Yorkton in association w 20th Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1964 June 29

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Cherry Blossoms in New York. Written by Buhler, Kitty & Davis, Stanley. Produced by Savannah-Yorkton in association w 20th Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1964 July 30

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Follow the Broken Pretzel. Written by Dennis, Robert C. & Barret, Earl. Produced by Savannah-Yorkton in association w 20th Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1964 July 15

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Hottest Game in Town. Written by Kolb, Ken & Kanter, Hal. Produced by Savannah-Yorkton in association w 20th Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1964 July 10

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Teahouse of the Bankrupt Moon. Written by Lewis, Al & Kanter, Hal. Produced by Savannah-Yorkton in association w 20th Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1964 September 10

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Yen Ku Horowitz. Written by Kanter, Hal. Produced by Savannah-Yorkton in association with 20th Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1964 August 20

 

The Veil

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The Return of MME. Vernoy. Written by Silveman, Stanley. Produced by Hal Roach Studiios 1958 September 25

 

Waterfront

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Catalina Swim. Written by Perenchio, Lee & Atkins, Violet. Produced by Roland Reed Productions, Inc. 1955 July 5

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Fog Bound. Written by Moss, Frank L. & Berg, Lee. Produced by Roland Reed Productions, Inc. 1954 May 3

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Homing Flight. Written by Bohem, Andre & Vittes, Louis. Produced by Roland Reed Productions, Inc. 1954 November 27

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Runaround. Written by Dennis, Robert. Produced by Roland Reed Productions, Inc. 1954 February 15

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Sea Rustlers. Written by Lang, David; Jones, Stan. Produced by Roland Reed Productions, Inc. 1954 February 14

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Star Bright. Written by Moss, Frank L. Produced by Roland Reed Productions, Inc. 1954 August 9

 

Tales of Wells Fargo

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Kid Brother. Written by Fay, William; Ballinger, Bill S. Produced by Revue Productions, Inc. 1959 May 11

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They Like Me Fine 1959 June 17

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To Lift a Feather. Produced by Sovereign Productions. Inc. 1953 December 11

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Trial By Slander. Written by Hirson, Roger O. Produced by Duff, Gordon 1957 December 20

 

Twelve O'Clock High

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Which Way the Wind Blows. Written by Miller, James M. Produced by QM in association with Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc. 1965 November 19

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The Two Generals. Written by Kolb, Ken. Produced by Independent Television Corp. 1959 November 23

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The Unfamiliar. Written by Hite, Kathleen; Connell, Richard 1958 January 7

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The Unfamiliar. Written by Hite, Kathleen; Connell, Richard 1958 January 7

 

Union Pacific

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The Choice. Written by Barrett, Tony; Raison, Milton. Produced by California National Productions

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The Choice. Written by Barrett, Tony; Raison, Milton. Produced by California National Productions

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Robbie and His Mary. Written by Anderson, Arline; Crane, Barry; Hite, Kathleen 1958 August 28

 

Rocky Jones - Space Ranger

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Vena and the Darnamo. Written by Wilson, Warren. Produced by Space Ranger Enterprises in assoc. w/ Roland Reed Prod., Inc. 1954 July 12

 

Rough Riders

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The Holdout. Written by Allen, Brad; Barrett, Tony. Produced by Ziv Television Programs, Inc. 1958 December 23

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The Wrong Mr. Adams. Written by Sherman, Teddi; George & Gertrude Fass. Produced by Ziv Television Programs, Inc. 1958 October 22

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Sabu and the Magic Ring. Written by Murray, John Fenton & Freedman, Benedict. Produced by A Maurice Duke Production in association w/ Interstate Television

 

Saints and Sinners

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Servant in the House of My Party, A. Written by Rivkin, Allen. Produced by Four Star Television 1962 August 20

 

Sam Benedict

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Sugar and Spice, and Everything…. Written by Marshall, Sidney 1962 December 20

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The Sheila & Gordon Macrae Show. Written by Shevin, Fred & Elaine

 

SI - 7 (T-Man)

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Illegal Entry. Written by Fay, William. Produced by Revue Productions, Inc. 1957 December 17

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Stopover in Bombay. Written by Langley, Noel; Gaskill, Gordon. Produced by Revue Productions, Inc. 1957 December 23

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Survival. Written by Fisher, Steve 1959 July 14

 

Tales of Wells Fargo

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Dealer's Choice. Written by Dealer's Choice. Produced by Revue Productions, Inc. 1960 February 17

 

The Restless Gun

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Remember the Dead. Written by Vollaerts, Rik. Produced by Revue Productions in association with Window Glen Productions 1958 July 25

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Stepson. Written by McCall, Mary Jr. Produced by Revue Productions in association with Window Glen Productions 1958 June 18

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The Return of the Original Yellow Tornado. Written by Balzer, George & Goldman, Hal & Gordon, Al. Produced by Universal Television Productions 1966 December 2

 

Richard Diamond, Private Detective

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Another Man's Poison. Written by Mullally, Donn. Produced by Four Star Films, Inc. 1958 February 26

 

Riverboat

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Night at Trappers Landing. Produced by Revue Productions, Inc. 1959 May 4

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About Roger Mowbray. Written by Wilde, Hagar. Produced by Revue Productions, Inc. 1959 June 12

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The Avengers. Written by Thompson, Robert E. & Goldberg, Mel. Produced by Revue Productions, Inc. 1959 July 23

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The Claire Roberts Story. Written by Duncan, Bob & Wanda. Produced by Revue Productions, Inc. 1959 February 25

 

The Road West

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The Horse Thief. Written by Nelson, Richard. Produced by Universal Television Productions 1967 January 9

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Never Chase a Rainbow. Written by Fontana, D.C.; Fielder, Richard. Produced by Universal Television Productions 1966 December 22

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Ride to Glory. Written by Fielder, Richard. Produced by Universal Television Productions 1966 December 8

 

Rawhide

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Incident of the Wild Deuces. Written by Wood, Preston & Turley, Jack. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 September 16

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Incident of the Wolves. Written by Stuart, William L. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1962 August 7

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Incident of White Eyes. Written by Lakso, Edward J. & Wincelberg, Shimon; King, Paul. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 January 30

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The Lost Herd. Written by Tegland, Archie L. Produced by Kowalski, Bernard & Geller, Bruce 1964 June 26

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The Race. Written by Lewin, Robert. Produced by Kowalski, Bernard & Geller, Bruce 1964 June 4

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The Restless Breed. Written by Fisher, Steve. Produced by National Pictures Corp.

 

The Restless Gun

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Bonner's Squaw. Written by Kane, Joel & Karson, Lee. Produced by Revue Productions in association with Window Glen Productions 1958 June 19

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Dragon's Teeth. Written by Battle, John Tucker. Produced by Revue Productions in association with Window Glen Productions 1958 July 21

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Fugitive's Canyon. Written by Evarts, Hal G. Produced by Revue Productions in association with Window Glen Productions 1958 July 30

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Fugitive's Canyon. Written by Evarts, Hal G. Produced by Revue Productions in association with Window Glen Productions 1958 July 30

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Gratitude. Written by Belgard, Arnold. Produced by Revue Productions in association with Window Glen Productions 1958 January 15

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No Way To Kill. Written by Falvo, John. Produced by Revue Productions in association with Window Glen Productions 1958 July 31

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No Way To Kill. Written by Falvo, John. Produced by Revue Productions in association with Window Glen Productions 1958 July 31

 

Rawhide

box 86

Incident of the Odyssey. Written by Roeca, Samuel F. & Stark, Sheldon. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1964 January 27

box 86

Incident of the Pale Rider. Written by Riesner, Dean. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1962 December 18

box 86

Incident of the Querencias. Written by Petracca, Joseph. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1962 August 24

box 86

Incident of the Rawhiders. Written by Turley, Jack; Simms, Jay. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 August 26

box 86

Incident of the Red Wind. Written by Riesner, Dean. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 May 6

box 86

Incident of the Red Wind. Written by Riesner, Dean. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 May 17

box 86

Incident of the Reluctant Bridegroom. Written by Miller, Winston; Driskill, William. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1962 September 18

box 86

Incident of the Runaway. Written by Fielder, Richard. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1962 July 11

box 86

Incident of the Rusty Shotgun. Written by King, Paul; Stevens, Robert M.. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 August 27

box 86

Incident of the Trail's End. Written by Adamson, Ed. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1962 November 2

box 86

Incident of the Travellin' Man. Written by King, Paul. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 July 23

box 87

Incident of the Hostages. Written by Larson, Charles; King, Paul. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 February 20

box 87

Incident of the Hunter. Written by Larson, Charles; Beauchamp, D.D. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1962 August 2

box 87

Incident of Judgment Day. Written by Landau, Richard. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1962 November 29

box 87

Incident of the Peyote Cup. Written by Nelson, Richard. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1964 January 8

box 87

Incident of the Pied Piper. Written by Aley, Albert & Roeca, Samuel F. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 November 21

box 87

Incident of the Pied Piper. Written by Aley, Albert & Roeca, Samuel F. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 November 27

box 87

Incident of the Portrait. Written by Blinn, William & Gleason, Michael. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1962 July 9

box 87

Incident of the Prophecy. Written by Roeca, Sam F. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 June 13

box 87

Incident of the Lost Woman. Written by Hawkins, Ward. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1962 June 13

box 87

Incident of Midnight Cave. Written by Roeca, Samuel F.; Trivers, Barry. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 October 21

box 87

Incident of Midnight Cave. Written by Roeca, Samuel F.; Trivers, Barry. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 October 11

box 87

Incident of the Mountain Man. Written by Fielder, Richard. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1962 November 9

box 88

Incident of the Comanchero. Written by Ward, Al C. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 January 23

box 88

Incident of the Death Dancer. Written by Riesner, Dean. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 July 15

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Incident of the Death Dancer. Written by Riesner, Dean. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 August 22

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Incident of Decision. Written by Dunkel, John. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1962 June 18

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Incident of the Dogfaces. Written by Coon, Gene L. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1962 August 28

box 88

Incident of the Dowery Dundee. Written by Roeca, Samuel F.; Dexter, Joy. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 October 29

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Incident of El Toro. Written by Larson, Charles. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1962 June 28

box 88

Incident of the Four Horsemen. Written by Larson, Charles. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1962 August 17

box 88

Incident of the Gallows Tree. Written by Aley, Albert; Stuart, William L. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1962 December 5

box 88

Incident of the Geisha. Written by Larson, Charles. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 August 7

box 88

Incident of the Gilded Goddess. Written by Brinkley, Don. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 July 12

box 89

Incident at Seven Fingers. Written by Hawkins, John; Dunkel, John. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1964 February 26

box 89

Incident at Spider Rock. Written by Ward, Al C. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1962 November 9

box 89

Incident at Sugar Creek. Written by Freiberger, Fred. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1962 September 17

box 89

Incident at Ten Trees. Written by Wilber, Carey; Bezzerides, A.I. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 October 4

box 89

Incident at Ten Trees. Written by Wilber, Carey; Bezzerides, A.I. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 September 23

box 89

Incident at Two Graves. Written by Roeca, Samuel F.; Ward, Al C.. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 August 7

box 89

Incident at Two Graves. Written by Roeca, Samuel F.; Ward, Al C. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 August 13

box 89

Incident at Zebulon. Written by Riesner, Dean. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 November 7

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Incident at Zebulon. Written by Riesner, Dean. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 November 14

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Incident of the Black Ace. Written by Riesner, Dean. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 February 11

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Incident of the Buryin' Man. Written by Turley, Jack. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1962 October 22

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Incident at Crooked Hat. Written by King, Paul; Petracca, Joseph. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1962 December 6

box 90

Incident at Deadhorse (Parts 1-2). Written by King, Paul. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1964 February 11

box 90

Incident at El Crucero. Written by Larson, Charles. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 June 6

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Incident at Incident at Farragut Pass. Written by Turley, Jack. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 July 9

box 90

Incident at Gila Flats. Written by Roeca, Samuel F. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 November 7

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Incident at Hourglass. Written by Hawkins, John. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1964 January 10

box 90

Incident of Iron Bull. Written by Wilber, Carey. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 June 20

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Incident at Paradise. Written by Larson, Charles. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 July 12

box 90

Incident at Paradise. Written by Larson, Charles. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 July 29

box 90

Incident at Incident at Quivira. Written by Hayes, Raphael. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1962 October 15

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On The Town. Written by Comden, Betty & Green, Adolph. Produced by Tams - Witmark, Inc.

box 91

The Other Side of the Story. Written by Hoke, William Robert. Produced by Mitchell Gertz Agency

 

The Profile

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Sidewalks Seem Smaller. Written by Paris, Frank. Produced by A Qualis Production in association with Twentieth Century Fox, Inc. 1964 July 6

 

Public Defender

box 91

The Man Who Couldn't Remember. Written by Green, Howard J. Produced by Hal Roach Jr. Productions 1954 November 10

box 91

Jackpot. Written by Lewis, Jerry D. Produced by Hal Roach Jr. Productions 1954 December 29

box 91

The Informer. Written by Ward, Al C. Produced by Hal Roach Jr. Productions 1954 October 26

box 91

Gunpoint. Written by Franklin, Paul. Produced by Hal Roach Jr. Productions 1954 December 3

box 91

The Director. Written by Ward, Al C. Produced by Hal Roach Jr. Productions 1954 December 7

box 91

The Deep Ditch. Written by Loeb, Lee. Produced by Hal Roach Jr. Productions 1954 December 1

box 91

Another World. Written by Loeb, Lee. Produced by Hal Roach Jr. Productions

 

Rawhide

box 91

Incident at Alkali Sink. Written by Thompson, Thomas. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 March 6

box 91

Indicent at Ashton Corners. Written by Miller, Chris. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1964 February 4

box 91

Incident at Confidence Creek. Written by Turley, Jack. Produced by Fennelly, Vincent M. 1963 July 25

box 92

The Joseph Palmer Story. Written by Wilde, Hagar. Produced by Sovereign Productions, Inc. 1952 December 26

box 92

Kelsey's Court. Written by Dorfman, Sid

box 92

Kinsman. Written by Seller, Thomas. Produced by Revue Productions, Inc. 1958 June 25

box 92

Meet the O'Briens. Written by Forman, Eddie & O'Brien, Dave. Produced by Roland Reed Productions, Inc. 1954 May 24

box 92

Meet the O'Briens. Written by Forman, Eddie & O'Brien, Dave. Produced by Roland Reed Productions, Inc. 1954 May 28

box 92

Meet the O'Briens. Written by Forman, Eddie & O'Brien, Dave. Produced by Roland Reed Productions, Inc. 1954 May 28

box 92

Meet the O'Briens. Written by Forman, Eddie & O'Brien, Dave. Produced by Roland Reed Productions, Inc. 1954 May 28

box 92

Meet the O'Briens. Written by Forman, Eddie & O'Brien, Dave. Produced by Roland Reed Productions, Inc. 1954 May 28

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Moment of Vengeance. Written by Barrington, Lowell; Leonard, Elmore. Produced by Meridian Productions, Inc.

box 92

Mortimer Sloane, Super Sleuth. Written by Alexander, Ronald. Produced by Dozier, William 1954 February 11

box 92

My Daughter's Guys. Written by Levy, Park & Sharp, Henry. Produced by Four Star Television

box 92

Night Song. Written by Bailey, Anne Howard. Produced by BBDO Television 1951 September 10

box 92

The Night the Phone Rang. Written by Spelling, Aaron. Produced by Desilu Productions Inc. 1958 August 11

 

Eleventh Hour

box 93

Sunday Father. Written by Boretz, Alvin. Produced by Arena Productions in association w/ Metro - Goldwyn - Mayer 1963 September 16

 

Ensign O'Toole

box 93

Operation - Brooklyn. Written by Raymond, Jack 1962 September 14

 

Father is a Scoutmaster

box 93

Telephone, Mr. Blake. Produced by Stuart Reynolds Productions

box 93

For the Love of Pete. Written by Schwartz, Al & Freedman, Bill. Produced by Frank Cooper Associates

 

Forest Ranger

box 93

Timber Track. Written by Blackburn, Tom; Fox, Ben. Produced by Ben Fox Productions in association w/ Hal Roach Studios 1956 April 23

box 93

The Gift Horse. Produced by Sovereign Productions, Inc. 1953 May 15

box 93

The Girls From Iowa. Written by Manhoff, Bill. Produced by Four Star Television

 

The Great Mouthpiece

box 93

The Price of Murder. Written by Fowler, Gene Jr. & Kneubuhl, John

 

Gunslinger

box 93

Border Incident. Written by Dunkel, John. Produced by Warren, Charles Marquis 1960 December 16

 

The Hero

box 93

Curiosity Killed a Key. 1966 June 6

 

The Holy Terror

box 93

Murder in China Alley. Written by Cohen, Albert J. & Shubert, Bernard & Curtis, Edith. Produced by Samuel Goldwyn Studios

box 93

Jack London's "House of Pride". Written by Praskins, Leonard & Slater, Barney; Kline, Herb. Produced by Mutual T.V. Productions, Inc.

 

Alarm

box 94

Fire Strikes Twice. Written by Hoerl, Arthur. Produced by Roland Reed Productions, Inc. 1954 June 8

box 94

All I Survey. Written by Anhalt, Edna; Weidman, Jerome 1957 December 13

 

Amos Burke - Secret Agent

box 94

Or No Tomorrow. Written by Hawkins, John & Ward. Produced by Four Star - Barbety Productions 1965 September 29

box 94

Backlash! Written by Hanley, Jack & Bash, John; Tucker, Forest. Produced by John Bash Productions

box 94

Bow to A Master

box 94

Calvin & Clyde. Written by Miller, Sidney & Saunders, Herman & Webb, Jack. Produced by Mark VII Ltd. 1959 December 16

box 94

Chain Reaction 1963 January 11

box 94

Come on, Red. Written by Long, Sumner 1953 April 7

 

The Frontier Press

box 94

Birth of a Newspaper. Written by Shaw, Ryan

 

S.A.-7

box 94

The Con Lady. Written by Millard, Oscar. Produced by Revue Productions, Inc. 1958 May 1

box 94

The World Owes Me a Loving. Written by Fisher, Bob & Marx, Arthur

box 94

The Road to Utopia. Written by Panama, Norman and Frank, Melvin. Produced by Paramount Pictures Inc. 1943 October 15

 

Series 2:  Film Scripts 1939-1973

Arrangement

Arranged as received.

Scope and Contents

The Film Scripts Series contains instances of scripts of films dated from 1939 to 1973.
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The Challenge of Ideas. Produced by Oafie 1960 June 24

box 60

The House of Dr. Edwards. Written by Hecht, Ben. Produced by Vanguard Films, Inc. 1944 June 29

box 62

The Russians are Coming…The Russians are Coming. Written by Rose, William; Nathaniel Benchley. Produced by The Mirsch Corporation of Delaware 1965 June 21

box 62

Sunrise at Campobello. Written by Schary, Dore. Produced by Schary Productions, Inc. 1959 December 11

box 62

Thoroughly Modern Millie. Written by Morris, Richard. Produced by Universal Pictures and Ross Hunter Productions, Inc. 1967

box 62

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Written by Lehman, Ernest; Edward Albee. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 1965 July 30

box 66

Robber's Roost 1954 October 23

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Duel in the Sun. Written by Selznick, David O.; Niven Busch. Produced by Vanguard Films, Inc. 1946 January 12

box 76

A Farewell to Arms

box 76

Enchanted Voyage

box 94

The Road to Utopia. Written by Panama, Norman & Melvin, Frank. Produced by Paramount Pictures Inc.

box 95

Gone With the Wind. Written by Howard, Sidney; Margaret Mitchell. Produced by David O. Selznick 1939 January 24

box 95

Johnny North. Written by Coon, Gene. Produced by Revue Studios 1963 October 28

box 95

Legend of Timbuctoo. Written by Hecht, Ben. Produced by Hathaway, Henry

box 95

A Name for Herself. Written by Kanin, Garson. Produced by Columbia Pictures Corp. 1953 March 20

box 95

The Paradine Case. Written by Bridie, James; Reville, Alma. Produced by Selznick International in association w/ Vangaurd Films, Inc.

box 95

Prizzi's Honor. Written by Condon, Richard & Roach, Janet. Produced by Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp.

box 96

The Chase. Written by Hellman, Lillian; Horton Foote. Produced by Columbia Pictures Corp. 1965 March 30

box 96

Chinatown. Written by Towne, Robert 1973 October 9

box 96

Desert Town. Written by Rossen, Robert. Produced by Paramount Pictures Inc. 1946 August 26

 

Series 3:  Radio Scripts and Miscellaneous 1928-1969

Arrangement

Arranged as received. Files were kept in the order in which they were found. This is why some boxes are out of order.

Scope and Contents

The Radio Scripts and Miscellaneous Series contains instances of radio scripts and miscellaneous documents dated from 1928 to 1969. The series includes 4 cartons of unsorted scripts and 1 carton of unsorted correspondence.
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RA. Produced by Swedish Broadcasting Company

 

Theater Guild on the Air

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But I Know What I Like. Written by Sinclair, Lister. Produced by KGTV

box 97

Abraham Lincoln. Produced by Garden City Publishing Company 1932 December 2

box 97

The Actress. Written by Carter, Adama & O'Sullivon, Joseph R.

box 97

The Affidavit. Written by Golden, David T. Produced by R. Marsh

box 97

Alibi's Incorporated

box 97

All the Ships at Sea

box 97

All you need is one good break. Written by Manoff, Arnold

box 97

The Antigone of Sophocles

box 97

Ask Aunt Mary. Written by Woodward, Helen R. Produced by R. Marsh

box 97

The Average Man. Written by Perl, A.

box 97

Away from it all. Written by Ward, Monica

box 97

The Baron of Locksley Hall

box 97

Beethoven. Written by Bennett, Jack

 

Bible Stories

box 97

The Altars of Baal 1930 May 18

box 97

Bill Simpson Speaking

box 97

Billy and Bum. Produced by Connette, H. C.

box 97

The Blacksmith. Written by Rodman, Howard. Produced by Ronald Dawson

box 97

Blind Brothers

box 97

A Blot on the Landscape. Written by Spranger, Berry

box 97

Blue Heaven. Written by Connette, H.C.

box 97

The Bottle Imp. Written by Stevenson, Robert L. Produced by R. Marsh

box 97

Boy and Cox. Written by Morton, John M.

box 97

Bravo Bandito. Written by Thompson, Palmer. Produced by Ronald Dawson

box 97

Bump on a log. Written by Gown, Elise P. Produced by Ronald Dawson

box 98

Camille. Written by Heron, Matilda

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Carnival 1928 December 8

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The Case of the Hidden Truth. Written by Marvin, Edgar. Produced by Ronald Dawson

box 98

The Cask of Amontillado. Written by Roach, C.M. Produced by Ronald Dawson

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The Cat that fell on its back. Written by Roach, C.M. Produced by Ronald Dawson

box 98

Christ of the Andes 1951 December 12

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Clarimonde

 

Compromise

box 98

My Way. Written by Clarke, Kendall W. Produced by Ronald Dawson

box 98

Collaboration. Written by Shaw, John L. Produced by Ronald Dawson

box 98

Columbus Cirlce. Written by Mark, David

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The Courting of T'nowheads Bell. Written by Roach, C.M. Produced by Ronald Dawson

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Cyrano de Bergerac. Written by Ransom, Jim & Hooker, Brian

box 98

Dastardly Deed. Produced by Packard-Bell PhonOcord Playhouse

box 98

Dawn Parade 1957 December 4

 

Death Came Suddenly

box 98

Journey Into Adventure. Written by Hoke, Bill

 

Death is an old Lady

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Journey Into Adventure. Written by Hoke, Bill

box 98

The Devil and Daniel Webster. Written by Benet, Stephen V.

box 98

Diana, Goddess of the Moon

box 98

Dr. Heideggerer's Experiment. Written by Nathaniel Hawthorne

box 98

Dr. Jekyl & Mr. Hyde. Written by Stevenson, Robert L.

box 98

A Drink of Water. Written by Steels, Willbur

box 98

Drum of Death

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A Duel at Loredo. Written by Hurst, Karl

box 99

The Key. Written by Boylston, Helen D.

box 99

The Key and the Lock. Written by Thelander, John

box 99

King Richard II. Written by Shakespeare, William

box 99

Ladies Pleasure 1958 December 1

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The Lady Chewed Gum. Written by Dawson, Ronald

box 99

Lands End

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The Last Word. Written by Patricelli, Anthony

box 99

The Laughing Man

box 99

Legend of Dust. Written by Strickland, Dwight

box 99

Liberation of Spring City. Written by Deveto, Bernard

box 99

Lighthouse Twelve. Written by Landuar, Lois. Produced by Ronald Dawson

 

Like Unto Gods

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Episode #6. Written by Morse, Carlton E.

box 99

The Lily Pond. Written by Rodman, Howard. Produced by Ronald Dawson

box 99

Lincoln. Written by Conette, H. C.

box 99

The Little Waltz. Written by Dawson, Ronald. Produced by Ronald Dawson

 

The Long and Short of it

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Chapter 4. Written by Lee, Robert

box 99

The Long Night.

box 99

Love Song. Written by Shaw, John L.

box 99

Luck. Written by Lewerth, Margaret

box 100

Macbeth. Written by Shakespeare, William

box 100

The Man that Corrupted Hadleyburg. Written by Clemens, Samuel

box 100

The Man that Broke Bingo. Written by Golden, David T.

box 100

The Man with the Adorable Wife. Written by Smith, Joe B. Produced by Ronald Dawson

box 100

Mary and the Fairy

box 100

Mary had a Little. Written by Davis, Richard & Russel, Daniel. Produced by Ronald Dawson

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Me to you. Written by With R. Murrows Edwards

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The Miracle of EdMckenny. Written by Lampell, Millard

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Miss Delmar's Understudy. Written by Davis, Richard H.

box 100

Miss Harriet

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Mr. Collins Proposes. Written by Austin, Jane

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Model for Mary. Written by Model for Mary

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Mother of Pearl. Written by Connette, H. C.

box 100

Mrs Randolph and the Telescope

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Murdock's Rath. Written by Ewing, Julia H.

box 100

My Grandfather, Hendry Watty. Written by Sir Quiller-Couch, Arthur

box 100

Muscle in his Hand

box 100

The Narrow Margin. Written by Roach, Clarence M.

box 100

No Traveler Returns. Written by Morgan, Al

box 100

The Odyssey of Runyon Jones

box 100

One day to Live. Written by Hoke, Bill 1951 June 20

box 100

One Grand. Written by Roach, C.M. Produced by Ronald Dawson

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The Other Side. Written by Knapp, Jack

box 100

The Other Women. Written by Cochran, Joseph. Produced by Ronald Dawson

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Our Allies through Books 1943 April 11

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Panic in Salem. Written by Pettitt, Wilfred H.

box 101

The Park Bench 1929 January 22

box 101

Philco 1928 November 3

box 101

Pickwick Papers. Written by Dickens, Charles

box 101

Pilate

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Portraits. Written by Dawson, Ronald. Produced by Ronald Dawson

box 101

Progressive Story

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The Pussy Cat & the Expert Plumber Who Was a Man. Written by Miller, Arther. Produced by R. Marsh

box 101

The Queen of Queen City. Written by Dawson, Ronald

box 101

Rainbow at Morning. Written by Rainbow at Morning

box 101

Reconversion Problem. Written by Selover, Walter

box 101

Resurrection. Written by Tolstoy, Leo

box 101

Retribution. Written by Milton, Paul R. Produced by Ronald Dawson

box 101

Royal March. Written by Latzke, Andreas. Produced by Petewitt & Story Magazine

box 101

Round Trip Ticket to Christmas

box 102

Shiloh Folks

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The Signal Man. Written by Dickens, Charles

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The Silver Coronet. Written by Pettitt, Wilfred H.

box 102

The Sire de Maletroit's Door. Written by Stevenson, Louis. Produced by Ronald Dawson

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Siren Song. Written by Mcrea, Douglas. Produced by Ronald Dawson

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The Sky Lady. Written by Roach, C.M Produced by Ronald Dawson

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The Spirt of '49. Written by Maxwell, Tom

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Sleeping Beauty

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A Slight Cause of Bad Luck. Written by Farce, A.

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Somebody's Talking to Me

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Sorry, Wrong Number. Written by Fletcher, Lucille

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The Spirt of Joaquin. Written by Lee, Hector. Produced by Hector Lee 1960 February 6

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A Squidge in Time. Written by Fates, Gill. Produced by Ronald Dawson

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The Still Alarm

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Story in Dogtown Commen. Written by Liss, Joseph. Produced by R. Marsh

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Story of Dr. Collins

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Strange Voyage. Written by Arthur, Robert J. produced by Ronald Dawson

box 102

Submerged. Written by Cottman, Stuart & Shaw, LeVerge 1959 April

box 102

The Tale of the Black Knight

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A Tale of Two Cities. Written by Dickens, Charles

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The Tell-Tale Heart

 

The Free World

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Journey Into Adventure. Written by Poe, Edgar A.

box 102

The Ten Pin Show

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The Test. Written by Ruscoll, Joseph

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This be my Destiny. Written by Morris, James M.

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Three Went Forth. Written by Shaw, John L. Produced by Ronald Dawson

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The Touch of Death. Written by Adamson, Ed. Produced by Ronald Dawson

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Two Bottles of Relish. Written by Dunsay, Lord

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The Trial of Johnathan Green. Written by Berger, Slyvia

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Trio. Written by Dawson, Ronald. Produced by Ronald Dawson

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True Tales of Wireless. Written by Connette, H. C.

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True Wireless Story. Written by H.C. Connete

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The Ugliest Man in the World. Written by Obler, Arch

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Unesco Captures a Town. Written by Roos, Jospeph

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U.S. Joneses

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Visitation. Written by Kanigher, Robert & Black, Robert. Produced by R. Marsh

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Walt and Clara

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Walt and Clara

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The Voice of the Campus. Written by Cardenas, Rene

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Voodoo Drums. Written by Hoke, Bill

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Water. Written by Connette, H.C

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What men live by. Written by Tolstoi, Lee

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Where in these Shadows lie. Written by Smith, Joe B. Produced by Ronald Dawson

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The Wind Blew off the Captains Beard. Written by Rodman, Howard. Produced by Ronald Dawson

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Winter is Past. Written by Shaw, John L. Poduced by Ronald Dawson

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Winters End. Written by Lafayette, Paul

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The Witch in Johnny's Closet. Written by Ransom, James

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The Woman's Touch. Written by Clarke, Kendall W. Produced by Ronald Dawson

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The Yarn and the Coffee Cup. Written by Cochran, Joseph. Produced by Ronald Dawson

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You Cant Pull a Lady's Leg. Written by Miller, William

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$100,000 for a Wife. Written by Saks, Sol

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Hunk is a Punk. Written by Lee, Charlotte I.

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Give Me Wings, Brother. Written by Delston, Vernon

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Friendly Neighbors. Written by Connette H. C. Produced by H. C. Connette 1935 February 22

 

"Mother's boy"

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Episode - 2. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette

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Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 March 29

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Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1935 March 15

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Untitled Script

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Christopher & his Friends. Written by Connette H. C. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 October 19

 

Friendly Neighbors

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Episode - 15. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 June 8

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Episode - 28. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 September 14

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Episode - 27. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 September 14

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Episode - 25. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 August 31

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Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1935 January 25

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Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1935 January 18

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Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 January 11

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Episode - 34. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 October 26

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Episode - 24. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 August 24

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The Doctors Watch. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 March 16

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Episode - 2. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 March 23

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Episode - 4. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 April 6

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Episode - 5. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 April 13

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Episode - 7. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 April 27

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Episode - 8. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 May 4

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Episode - 9. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 May 11

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Episode - 6. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 April 20

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Episode - 10. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 May 18

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Episode - 11. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 May 25

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Episode - 12. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 June 1

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Episode - 13. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 June 6

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Episode - 14. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 June 15

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Episode - 15. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 June 22

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Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 June 29

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Episode - 16. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 July 6

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Episode - 17. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 July 13

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Episode - 18. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 July 20

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Episode - 19. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 July 27

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Episode - 21. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 August 3

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Episode - 22. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 August 10

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Episode - 23. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 August 17

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Episode - 24. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 August 24

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Episode - 25. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 August 31

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Episode - 26. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 September 7

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Episode - 27. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 September 14

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Episode - 28. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 September 21

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Episode - 29. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 September 28

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Episode - 30. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 October 5

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Episode - 31. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 October 11

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Episode - 32. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 October 19

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Episode - 34. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 October 26

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Episode - 35. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 November 2

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Episode - 36. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 November 9

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Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1934 November 23

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Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1935 January 11

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Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1935 January 25

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Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1935 February 1

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Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1935 February 8

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Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1935 February 13

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Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1935 March 1

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Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1935 March 8

 

Ugabooga Island

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Episode - 1. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1931 November 21

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Episode - 4. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1931 December 12

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Episode - 5. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1931 December 19

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Episode - 6. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1931 December 26

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Episode - 7. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1932 January 2

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Episode - 8. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1932 January 9

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Episode - 9. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1932 January 16

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Episode - 10. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1932 January 23

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Episode - 11. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1932 January 30

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Episode - 12. Written by H.C. Connette. Produced by H.C. Connette 1932 February 6

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Bright Promise. Episode 9, 11, 15 (Cast call sheet and operational schedule). Produced by Dunn, Dick September 1969

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Delinquent (Treatment, scripts and case histories). Written by Draper, Benjamin and Freda McCraig, et al. 1954

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Delinquent (Treatment, scripts and case histories). Written by Draper, Benjamin and Freda McCraig, et al. 1954

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The Grand-Agers (Treatment, scripts and partial scripts/synopses). Written by Draper, Benjamin and Mercedes Gardner, et al. 1960

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Mantovani (Finding aid/Episode Guide). Produced by San Francisco-Oakland Television, KTVU, Channel 2

 

The Name of the Game

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The Emissary (Treatment). Written by Armen, Margaret. Produced by Hargrove, Dean 1969 February 26

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Flight of the Bumble Bee (Treatment). Written by Fields, Peter Allan. Produced by Lloyd, Norman 1969 August 11

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Panic (Treatment). Written by Edwards, Blake 1954 March 15

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The Play of the Week Series II (Finding aid/Episode Guide). Produced by San Francisco-Oakland Television, KTVU, Channel 2

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Telefilm. A New Battle in an Old War (Magazine article). 1961 January

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Thriller Story (Outlines and Publicity)

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West Point. Drowning of the Gun (Breakdown). Produced by Ziv Television Programs, Inc. 1957 April 9

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Memory Lane. Unsorted scripts 1928-1933

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Memory Lane. Unsorted scripts 1928-1933

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Those We Love. Vignettes of Life. Unsorted scripts 1928-1934

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Home Folks. Golden Legend. In the Parlor. Christopher and His Friends. Down Through the Years. Unsorted scripts 1930-1935

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Sunday Afternoon Concert. Parlor Pieces and miscellaneous music. Notes and correspondence 1928-1933