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box 2M, folder 3

Music 1952

Scope and Contents note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
box 15P, folder 2

Script 1952

Scope and Contents note

Bound script.
box 21M, folder 4

Music 1952

Scope and Contents note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
box 23PC, folder 7

Pan cels 1952

Scope and Contents note

Pan cels for scene 46.
box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1952

General Physical Description note: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Contents note

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

Production materials 1952

Scope and Contents note

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

Stills 1952

General Physical Description note: 8 x 10 stills (19 items)

Scope and Contents note

Promotional stills for "The Great Who Dood It."
box 165, folder 5

Drawings 1952

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

Scope and Contents note

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

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Production materials 1944

Scope and Contents note

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

Stills w/ negatives 1944

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Model sheets 1944

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

Scope and Contents note

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

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Exposure sheets 1963

Scope and Contents note

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

Backgrounds 1963

Scope and Contents note

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

Photostat storyboards 1963

Scope and Contents note

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

Scene/footage sheets 1963

General Physical Description note: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Contents note

Scene/footage sheets for "Greedy Gabby Gator."
box 43P, folder 38

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1963

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

Scope and Contents note

Cutting and dialogue continuity for "Greedy Gabby Gator."
box 49PB, folder 3

Pan backgrounds 1963

Scope and Contents note

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

Main and end title check list 1963

General Physical Description note: 8 1/2 x 11 check list

Scope and Contents note

Main and end title check list.
box 75M, folder 1

Music 1963

Scope and Contents note

Orchestral parts, Walter Greene.
 

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Backgrounds 1965

Scope and Contents note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 7 and 13.
box 17P, folder 2

Photostat storyboards 1965

Scope and Contents note

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

Pan backgrounds 1965

Scope and Contents note

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

Scene/footage sheets 1965

General Physical Description note: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Contents note

Scene/footage sheets for "Guest Who?"
box 43P, folder 3

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1965

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

Scope and Contents note

Cutting and dialogue continuity for "Guest Who?"
box 54, folder 22

Drawings 1965

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

Scope and Contents note

Main title drawing: GUEST WHO?
box 92M, folder 7

Music 1965

Scope and Contents note

Orchestral parts, Walter Greene.
 

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Pan backgrounds 1958

Scope and Contents note

Panoramic backgrounds for scene 26.
box 6B, folder 3

Backgrounds 1958

Scope and Contents note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 22, 23, 23B, and 30.
box 14M, folder 7

Music 1958

Scope and Contents note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
box 16P, folder 2

Photostat storyboards 1958

Scope and Contents note

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

Music 1958

Scope and Contents note

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

Pan backgrounds 1958

Scope and Contents note

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

Scene/footage sheets 1958

General Physical Description note: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Contents note

Scene/footage sheets for "Half Empty Saddles."
box 43P, folder 12

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1958

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

Scope and Contents note

Cutting and dialogue continuity for "Half Empty Saddles."
box 56PB, folder 35

Pan backgrounds 1958

Scope and Contents note

Scenes: UL 17.
 

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Backgrounds 1965

Scope and Contents note

Painted backgrounds for scene 8.
box 17P, folder 2

Photostat storyboards 1965

Scope and Contents note

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

Scene/footage sheets 1965

General Physical Description note: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Contents note

Scene/footage sheets for "Half-Baked Alaska."
box 43P, folder 12

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1965

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

Scope and Contents note

Cutting and dialogue continuity for "Half-Baked Alaska."
box 44PB, folder 1

Pan backgrounds 1965

Scope and Contents note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 7, 28, 36, 39, Overlay 40, 41, 44, 50.
box 54, folder 24

Drawings 1965

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

Scope and Contents note

Main title drawings: HALF BAKED ALASKA.
box 68C, folder 8

Cels 1965

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

Scope and Contents note

Main title cel: HALF-BAKED ALASKA.
box 77M, folder 3

Music 1965

Scope and Contents note

Orchestral parts, Walter Greene.
 

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Production materials 1942

Scope and Contents note

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

Synopsis 1942

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

Scope and Contents note

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

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Model sheet negative 1938

Scope and Contents note

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

Gag sketches 1938

Scope and Contents note

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

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Backgrounds 1966

Scope and Contents note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 2, 10, 13, 60, and unknown scenes.
box 37M, folder 5

Music 1966

Scope and Contents note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
box 44P, folder 1

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1966

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

Scope and Contents note

Cutting and dialogue continuity for "Hassle in a Castle."
box 44PB, folder 4

Pan backgrounds 1966

Scope and Contents note

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

Music 1966

Scope and Contents note

Orchestral parts, Clarence Wheeler.
box 52M, folder 4

Music 1966

Scope and Contents note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
box 54PB, folder 3

Pan backgrounds 1966

Scope and Contents note

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

General note

Notes: Assorted layout drawings.
box 54PB, folder 24

Pan backgrounds 1966

Scope and Contents note

Scenes: Assorted background dupes.

General note

Notes: Assorted BG DUPES.
box 56PB, folder 7

Pan backgrounds 1966

Scope and Contents note

Scenes: Overlay 33.
box 68C, folder 22

Cels 1966

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Bar sheets 1966

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

Scope and Contents note

Bar sheets for "Hassle in a Castle."
 

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Backgrounds 1967

Scope and Contents note

Painted backgrounds for scene 32A.
box 19B, folder 24

Backgrounds 1967

Scope and Contents note

Painted backgrounds for scene 28.
box 24PB, folder 3

Pan backgrounds 1967

Scope and Contents note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 3, 9, 37, 52.
box 36M, folder 2

Music 1967

Scope and Contents note

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

Cels 1967

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Music 1967

Scope and Contents note

Orchestral parts, Clarence Wheeler.
box 89M, folder 10

Music 1967

Scope and Contents note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
box 101, folder 11

Drawings 1967

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Bar sheets 1967

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Cels 1967

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

Scope and Contents note

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

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Exposure sheets 1954

Scope and Contents note

Exposure sheets for "Hay Rube."
box 2B, folder 12

Backgrounds 1954

Scope and Contents note

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

Pan backgrounds 1954

Scope and Contents note

Panoramic backgrounds for scene 31.
box 9M, folder 6

Music 1954

Scope and Contents note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
box 15P, folder 4

Script 1954

Scope and Contents note

Bound script for "Hay Rube."
box 30M, folder 6

Music 1954

Scope and Contents note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1954

General Physical Description note: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Contents note

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

Pan backgrounds 1954

Scope and Contents note

Panoramic backgrounds for scene 53.
 

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Backgrounds 1960

Scope and Contents note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 5 with OL 1X, and 21.
box 18M, folder 5

Music 1960

Scope and Contents note

Eugene Poddany holograph score.
box 35M, folder 2

Music 1960

Scope and Contents note

Detail sheets with Eugene Poddany music sketch.
box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1960

General Physical Description note: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Contents note

Scene/footage sheets for "Heap Big Hepcat."
box 45P, folder 15

Dialogue sheets 1960

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

Scope and Contents note

Dialogue sheets for "Heap Big Hepcat."
box 57P, folder 1

Main and end title check list 1960

General Physical Description note: 8 1/2 x 11 check list

Scope and Contents note

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

Pan backgrounds 1960

Scope and Contents note

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

Pan backgrounds 1960

Scope and Contents note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 18, 26.
box 80PB, folder unknown container

Pan backgrounds 1960

General Physical Description note: OVERSIZED-stored off site

Scope and Contents note

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

Model sheets 1960

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

Scope and Contents note

Pencil model sheets.
 

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Backgrounds 1955

Scope and Contents note

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

Music 1955

Scope and Contents note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
box 20B, folder 4

Backgrounds 1955

Scope and Contents note

Painted backgrounds for scene 1.
box 32PB, folder 1

Pan backgrounds 1955

Scope and Contents note

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

Scene/footage sheets 1955

General Physical Description note: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Contents note

Scene/footage sheets for "Helter Shelter."
box 44M, folder 7

Music 1955

Scope and Contents note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
box 45P, folder 5

Scene breakdown; model sheets 1955

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Model sheet 1955

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

Scope and Contents note

Original model sheet for "Helter Shelter."
 

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Backgrounds 1963

Scope and Contents note

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

Photostat storyboards 1963

Scope and Contents note

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

Pan background 1963

Scope and Contents note

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

Music 1963

Scope and Contents note

Detail sheets with Darrell Calker music sketch.
box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1963

General Physical Description note: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Contents note

Scene/footage sheets for "Hi-Seas Hi-Jacker."
box 57P, folder 1

Main and end title check list 1963

General Physical Description note: 8 1/2 x 11 check list

Scope and Contents note

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

Music 1963

Scope and Contents note

Orchestral parts, Darrell Calker.
box 147P, folder 16

Model sheet 1963

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

Scope and Contents note

Original model sheet of Jack Tarr (?).
box 148P, folder 2

Model sheet 1963

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

Scope and Contents note

Model sheet.
 

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Layout drawings 1968

Scope and Contents note

Layout drawings for "Highway Hecklers" (10 items).
box 14B, folder 11

Backgrounds 1968

Scope and Contents note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 27 and 43.
box 16B, folder 18

Backgrounds 1968

Scope and Contents note

Notes: OL 13, OL 13A, OL 24, and OL 87.
box 18P, folder 1

Photostat storyboards 1968

Scope and Contents note

Photostat storyboards for "Highway Hecklers" (11 items).
box 28PB, folder 1

Pan backgrounds 1968

Scope and Contents note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 30, 33, 35, 47, 48, 60.
box 68C, folder 48

Cels 1968

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

Scope and Contents note

Main title cel: HIGHWAY HECKLERS.
box 85M, folder 2

Music 1968

Scope and Contents note

Orchestral parts, Walter Greene.
box 126P

Bar sheets 1968

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

Scope and Contents note

Bar sheets for "Highway Hecklers."
box 226C, folder 36

Cels 1968

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

Scope and Contents note

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

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Backgrounds 1958

Scope and Contents note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 12 and 20A.
box 11PB, folder 4

Pan background 1958

Scope and Contents note

Scenes: UL 32.
box 18M, folder 1

Music 1958

Scope and Contents note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1958

General Physical Description note: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Contents note

Scene/footage sheets for "His Better Elf."
box 48M, folder 6

Music 1958

Scope and Contents note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
box 53PB, folder 4

Pan background 1958

Scope and Contents note

Panoramic background for scene 2.
box 226C, folder 31

Cels 1958

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

Scope and Contents note

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

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Pan backgrounds 1956

Scope and Contents note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 44, 81.
box 4B, folder 2

Backgrounds 1956

Scope and Contents note

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

Music 1956

Scope and Contents note

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

Photostat storyboards 1956

Scope and Contents note

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

Music 1956

Scope and Contents note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1956

General Physical Description note: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Contents note

Scene/footage sheets for "Hold That Rock."
box 57P, folder 1

Main and end title check list 1956

General Physical Description note: 8 1/2 x 11 check list

Scope and Contents note

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

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Production materials 1942

Scope and Contents note

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

Synopsis 1942

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

Scope and Contents note

Synopsis for "The Hollywood Matador."
box 82P, folder 20

Model sheet 1942

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

Scope and Contents note

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

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Music 1962

Scope and Contents note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
box 33M, folder 9

Music 1962

Scope and Contents note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1962

General Physical Description note: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Contents note

Scene/footage sheets for "Home Sweet Homewrecker."
box 44P, folder 2

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1962

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

Scope and Contents note

Cutting and dialogue continuity for "Home Sweet Homewrecker."
box 53M, folder 3

Music 1962

Scope and Contents note

Orchestral parts, Clarence Wheeler.
box 57P, folder 1

Main and end title check list 1962

General Physical Description note: 8 1/2 x 11 check list

Scope and Contents note

Main and end title check list.
box 70PB, folder 3

Pan backgrounds 1962

Scope and Contents note

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

Pan backgrounds 1962

Scope and Contents note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 13, 45.
box 81PB, folder unknown container

Pan backgrounds 1962

General Physical Description note: OVERSIZED-stored off site

Scope and Contents note

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

Music 1962

Scope and Contents note

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

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Layout drawings 1969

Scope and Contents note

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

Pan backgrounds 1969

Scope and Contents note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 9, 23, 28.
box 14B, folder 14

Backgrounds 1969

Scope and Contents note

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

Photostat storyboards 1969

Scope and Contents note

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

Pan backgrounds 1969

Scope and Contents note

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

Main and end title check list 1969

General Physical Description note: 8 1/2 x 11 check list

Scope and Contents note

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

Music 1969

Scope and Contents note

Orchestral parts, Walter Greene.
box 68C, folder 51

Cels 1969

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Bar sheets 1969

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

Scope and Contents note

Bar sheets for "Hook, Line, and Stinker."
box 226C, folder 6

Cels 1969

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Cels 1969

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

Scope and Contents note

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

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Exposure sheets 1967

Scope and Contents note

Exposure sheets (including continuity) for "Horse Play."
box 5PB, folder 1

Pan backgrounds 1967

Scope and Contents note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 6, 18, Overlay 39, 59, 65.
box 13B, folder 20

Backgrounds 1967

Scope and Contents note

Painted backgrounds for scene 54.
box 18P, folder 1

Photostat storyboards 1967

Scope and Contents note

Photostat storyboards for "Horse Play" (5 items).
box 38M, folder 7

Music 1967

Scope and Contents note

Detail sheets with Walter Greene music sketch.
box 54PB, folder 16

Pan backgrounds 1967

Scope and Contents note

Scenes: Assorted background dupes.

General note

Notes: Assorted BG DUPES.
box 68C, folder 36

Cels 1967

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

Scope and Contents note

Main title cel: HORSE PLAY.
box 81M, folder 4

Music 1967

Scope and Contents note

Orchestral parts, Walter Greene.
box 82M, folder 2

Music 1967

Scope and Contents note

Orchestral parts, Walter Greene.
box 101, folder 5

Drawings 1967

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Bar sheets 1967

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

Scope and Contents note

Bar sheets for "Horse Play."
box 137C, folder 7

Cels 1967

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

Scope and Contents note

Scene: 6. Characters: Woody Woodpecker, Sugarfoot. Artist: Al Coe.
box 166, folder unknown container

Drawings 1967

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

Scope and Contents note

Scene: 6. Character: Buster Indian. Artist: Al Coe.
box 166, folder 12

Drawings 1967

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

Scope and Contents note

Scene: 6. Character: Buster Indian. Artist: Al Coe.
box 167, folder 5

Drawings 1967

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Drawings 1967

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

Scope and Contents note

Scene: UNKNOWN. Character: Dirty Dan (?). Partial sequence. Artist: Possibly Al Coe.
box 167, folder 7

Drawings 1967

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

Scope and Contents note

Scene: 6. Character: Sugarfoot. Artist possibly Al Coe.
box 229C, folder unknown container

Cels 1967

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

Scope and Contents note

Scene: 6. Character: Buster Indian. Artist: Al Coe.
box 229C, folder 9

Cels 1967

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

Scope and Contents note

Scene: 6. Character: Buster Indian. Artist: Al Coe.
box 230C, folder 9

Cels 1967

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Cels 1967

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Cels 1967

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

Scope and Contents note

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

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Exposure sheets 1954

Scope and Contents note

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

Backgrounds 1954

Scope and Contents note

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

Music 1954

Scope and Contents note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
box 15P, folder 4

Script 1954

Scope and Contents note

Bound script for "A Horse's Tale."
box 31M, folder 1

Music 1954

Scope and Contents note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
box 31P, folder 13

Scene breakdown with dialogue; dialogue sheets 1954

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Pan backgrounds 1954

Scope and Contents note

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

Scene/footage sheets 1954

General Physical Description note: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Contents note

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

Music 1954

Scope and Contents note

Clarence Wheeler music effects sketch.
box 130P, folder 2

Model sheet 1954

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

Scope and Contents note

Model sheet of Sugarfoot (1 item).
 

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Pan backgrounds 1955

Scope and Contents note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 9, 14.
box 7M, folder 2

Music 1955

Scope and Contents note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
box 8PB, folder 3

Pan backgrounds 1955

Scope and Contents note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 10, 13, 51.
box 34M, folder 1

Music 1955

Scope and Contents note

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

Scene/footage sheets 1955

General Physical Description note: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Contents note

Scene/footage sheets for "Hot and Cold Penguin."
box 74P, folder 74

Synopsis 1955

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

Scope and Contents note

Synopsis for "Hot and Cold Penguin."
 

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Pan backgrounds 1967

Scope and Contents note

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

Cels 1967

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

Scope and Contents note

Main title cel: HOT DIGGITY DOG.
box 75M, folder 5

Music 1967

Scope and Contents note

Orchestral parts, Walter Greene.
box 125P

Bar sheets 1967

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

Scope and Contents note

Bar sheets for "Hot Diggity Dog."
 

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Backgrounds 1953

Scope and Contents note

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

Script 1953

Scope and Contents note

Bound script.
box 16P, folder 2

Photostat storyboards 1953

Scope and Contents note

Photostat storyboards (5 items).
box 21B, folder 20

Backgrounds 1953

Scope and Contents note

Painted backgrounds for scene 64.
box 30M, folder 7

Music 1953

Scope and Contents note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
box 31P, folder 12

Notes 1953

General Physical Description note: 8 1/2 x 11 notes

Scope and Contents note

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

Pan backgrounds 1953

Scope and Contents note

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

Scene/footage sheets 1953

General Physical Description note: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Contents note

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

Cels 1953

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

Scope and Contents note

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

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Music 1954

Scope and Contents note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
box 15P, folder 4

Script 1954

Scope and Contents note

Bound script for "Hot Rod Huckster."
box 16P, folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1954

Scope and Contents note

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

Music 1954

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Scene breakdown; dialogue 1954

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Music 1954

Scope and Contents note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1954

General Physical Description note: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Contents note

Scene/footage sheets for "Hot Rod Huckster."
box 55PB, folder 16

Pan backgrounds 1954

Scope and Contents note

Scenes: UL 54.
box 66PB, folder 3

Pan backgrounds 1954

Scope and Contents note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 19, 20.
box 77PB, folder unknown container

Pan backgrounds 1954

General Physical Description note: OVERSIZED-stored off site

Scope and Contents note

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

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Backgrounds 1967

Scope and Contents note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 6, 11, and 27.
box 43P, folder 13

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1967

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

Scope and Contents note

Cutting and dialogue continuity for "Hot Time on Ice."
box 43PB, folder 6

Pan backgrounds 1967

Scope and Contents note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 1, 19, 46, 47A.
box 68C, folder 33

Cels 1967

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

Scope and Contents note

Main title cel: HOT TIME ON ICE.
box 75M, folder 4

Music 1967

Scope and Contents note

Orchestral parts, Walter Greene.
box 124P

Bar sheets 1967

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

Scope and Contents note

Bar sheets for "Hot Time on Ice."
 

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Backgrounds 1960

Scope and Contents note

Painted backgrounds for scene 38. Artist: Art Landy.
box 17M, folder 7

Music 1960

Scope and Contents note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
box 27M, folder 5

Music 1960

Scope and Contents note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1960

General Physical Description note: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Contents note

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

Pan backgrounds 1960

Scope and Contents note

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

Pan backgrounds 1960

Scope and Contents note

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

Main and end title check list 1960

General Physical Description note: 8 1/2 x 11 check list

Scope and Contents note

MAin and end title check list.
 

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Backgrounds 1960

Scope and Contents note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 1 and 69.
box 14PB, folder 5

Pan backgrounds 1960

Scope and Contents note

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

Music 1960

Scope and Contents note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score with sketch for music.
box 16P, folder 3

Photostat storyboard 1960

Scope and Contents note

Photostat storyboards for "Hunger Strife" (2 items).
box 27M, folder 7

Music 1960

Scope and Contents note

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

Scene/footage sheets 1960

General Physical Description note: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Contents note

Scene/footage sheets for "Hunger Strife."
 

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Backgrounds 1962

Scope and Contents note

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

Photostat storyboard 1962

Scope and Contents note

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

Pan backgrounds 1962

Scope and Contents note

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

Backgrounds 1962

Scope and Contents note

Notes: OL 37.
box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1962

General Physical Description note: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Contents note

Scene/footage sheets for "Hyde and Sneak."
box 43M, folder 2

Music 1962

Scope and Contents note

Detail sheets with Darrell Calker music sketch.
box 55M, folder 1

Music 1962

Scope and Contents note

Orchestral parts, Darrell Calker.
box 57P, folder 1

Main and end title check list 1962

General Physical Description note: 8 1/2 x 11 check list

Scope and Contents note

Main and end title check list.
box 148P, folder 48

Model sheet (plus photocopies) 1962

Scope and Contents note

Original model sheet and 2 photocopies.
 

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Exposure sheets 1953

Scope and Contents note

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

Music 1953

Scope and Contents note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
box 15P, folder 3

Script 1953

Scope and Contents note

Bound script.
box 31M, folder 5

Music 1953

Scope and Contents note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
box 31P, folder 10

Dialogue sheets 1953

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Scene/footage sheets 1953

General Physical Description note: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Contents note

Scene/footage sheets for "The Hypnotic Hick."
box 65P, folder 13

Stills 1953

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

Scope and Contents note

Stills with negatives.
 

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Backgrounds 1941

Scope and Contents note

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

Storyboards; dialogue sheets 1941

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Synopsis 1941

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

Scope and Contents note

Synopsis for "Hysterical High Spots in American History."
 

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Pan backgrounds 1954

Scope and Contents note

Panoramic backgrounds for scene 15.
box 2B, folder 21

Backgrounds 1954

Scope and Contents note

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

Music 1955

Scope and Contents note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
box 16P, folder 2

Photostat storyboards 1954

Scope and Contents note

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

Scene/footage sheets 1954

General Physical Description note: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Contents note

Scene/footage sheets for "I'm Cold."
box 44M, folder 1

Music 1955

Scope and Contents note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
box 72PB, folder 2

Pan backgrounds 1954

Scope and Contents note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 9, 13, 18, 20, 25, 32, 36, 42.
box 74PB, folder unknown container

Pan backgrounds 1954

General Physical Description note: OVERSIZED-stored off site

Scope and Contents note

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

Model sheets 1954

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

Scope and Contents note

Original model sheet for Chilly Willy (1 item). Design by Tex Avery.
box 167, folder 17

Drawings 1954

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

Scope and Contents note

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

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Sheet music 1939

Scope and Contents note

Sheet music for the title song (1 item).
box 74P, folder 9

Synopsis and script 1939

Scope and Contents note

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

Model sheets 1939

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

Scope and Contents note

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

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Backgrounds 1957

Scope and Contents note

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

Music 1957

Scope and Contents note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
box 16P, folder 2

Photostat storyboards 1957

Scope and Contents note

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

Backgrounds 1957

Scope and Contents note

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

Pan backgrounds 1957

Scope and Contents note

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

Scene/footage sheets 1957

General Physical Description note: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Contents note

Scene/footage sheets for "International Woodpecker."
box 41M, folder 4

Music 1957

Scope and Contents note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
box 57P, folder 7

Production background 1957

Scope and Contents note

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

Drawings 1957

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

Scope and Contents note

Scene: 2. Character: Dinosaur.
box 136C, folder 8

Cels 1957

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

Scope and Contents note

Scene: 2. Character: Dinosaur.
box 147P, folder 30

Model sheets 1957

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

Scope and Contents note

Color model sheets for various scenes.
 

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Backgrounds 1965

Scope and Contents note

Painted backgrounds for scene 37.
box 17P, folder 2

Photostat storyboards 1965

Scope and Contents note

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

Pan backgrounds 1965

Scope and Contents note

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

Scene/footage sheets 1965

General Physical Description note: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Contents note

Scene/footage sheets for "Janie Get Your Gun."
box 44P, folder 3

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1965

General Physical Description note: 8 1/2 x 11 cutting and dialogue continuity (2 copies--9 pages each)
box 54, folder 25

Drawings 1965

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

Scope and Contents note

Main title drawing: JANIE GET YOUR GUN.
box 56PB, folder 13

Pan backgrounds 1965

Scope and Contents note

Scenes: Overlay 35.
box 68C, folder 9

Cels 1965

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

Scope and Contents note

Main title cel: JANIE GET YOUR GUN.
box 78M, folder 1

Music 1965

Scope and Contents note

Orchestral parts, Walter Greene.
 

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Layout drawings 1968

Scope and Contents note

Layout drawings for "Jerky Turkey" (10 items).
box 14B, folder 4

Backgrounds 1968

Scope and Contents note

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

Photostat storyboards 1968

Scope and Contents note

Photostat storyboards for "Jerky Turkey" (8 items).
box 25PB, folder 5

Pan backgrounds 1968

Scope and Contents note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 2, 8, 14, 15.
box 68C, folder 40

Cels 1968

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

Scope and Contents note

Main title cel: JERKY TURKEY.
box 79M, folder 1

Music 1968

Scope and Contents note

Orchestral parts, Walter Greene.
box 125P

Bar sheets 1968

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

Scope and Contents note

Bar sheets for "Jerky Turkey."
 

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Backgrounds 1958

Scope and Contents note

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

Music 1958

Scope and Contents note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
box 12PB, folder 1

Pan backgrounds 1958

Scope and Contents note

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

Scene/footage sheets 1958

General Physical Description note: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Contents note

Scene/footage sheets for "Jittery Jester."
box 50M, folder 5

Music 1958

Scope and Contents note

Detail sheets with Clarence Wheeler music sketch.
box 53PB, folder 7

Pan backgrounds 1958

Scope and Contents note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 49, 71.
box 55PB, folder 26

Pan backgrounds 1958

Scope and Contents note

Scenes: UL 36.
box 57P, folder 1

Main and end title check list 1958

General Physical Description note: 8 1/2 x 11 check list

Scope and Contents note

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

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Model sheets 1934

Scope and Contents note

Sketches and color models of elves (4 items).
 

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Production materials 1942

Scope and Contents note

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

Stills with negative 1942

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Model sketches 1942

Scope and Contents note

Original model sketch/color model for the Zowie Spirits.
 

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Storyboards; scene/footage sheets 1944

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

Scope and Contents note

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

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Backgrounds 1960

Scope and Contents note

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

Pan backgrounds 1960

Scope and Contents note

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

General note

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

Production materials 1960

Scope and Contents note

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

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Model sheet 1937

Scope and Contents note

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

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Photostat storyboards 1948

Scope and Contents note

Photostat storyboards (4 copies, 3 items each).
box 24P, folder 2

Production materials 1948

Scope and Contents note

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

Stills w/ negatives 1948

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

Scope and Contents note

Promotional stills with negatives for "Kiddie Koncert."
box 74P, folder 61

Synopsis 1948

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

Scope and Contents note

Story synopsis for "Kiddie Koncert."
 

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Backgrounds 1959

Scope and Contents note

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

Music 1960

Scope and Contents note

Eugene Poddany holograph score.
box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1959

General Physical Description note: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Contents note

Scene/footage sheets for "Kiddie League."
box 37PB, folder 1

Pan backgrounds 1959

Scope and Contents note

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

Music 1959

Scope and Contents note

Detail sheets with Eugene Poddany sketch.
box 45P, folder 11

Dialogue sheets; model sheets 1959

Scope and Contents note

Dialogue sheets (7 items) and model sheets (2 items).
box 57P, folder 1

Main and end title check list 1959

General Physical Description note: 8 1/2 x 11 check list

Scope and Contents note

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

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Scene/footage sheets 1940

General Physical Description note: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Contents note

Scene/footage sheets for "Kittens' Mittens."
box 90P, folder 5

Model sheets 1940

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

Scope and Contents note

Model sheets of the Three Lil' Kittens.
box 147P, folder 34

Drawings 1940

Scope and Contents note

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

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Backgrounds 1936

Scope and Contents note

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

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Music 1940

Scope and Contents note

Frank Marsales short score (copy).
box 59P, folder 9

Synopsis 1940

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

Scope and Contents note

Synopsis for "Knock Knock."
box 66P, folder 17

Stills 1940

General Physical Description note: 8 x 10 stills (2 items)

Scope and Contents note

Promotional stills for "Knock Knock."
box 74P, folder 14

Cel reproduction 1940

Scope and Contents note

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

Storyboards; gag sketches 1940

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

Scope and Contents note

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

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Layout drawings 1968

Scope and Contents note

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

Backgrounds 1968

Scope and Contents note

Painted backgrounds for scenes 8 and 9.
box 18P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1968

Scope and Contents note

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

Pan backgrounds 1968

Scope and Contents note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 3, 24, 44.
box 68C, folder 1

Cels 1968

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

Scope and Contents note

Scene: Main title. Main Title: A LAD IN BAGDAD.
box 85M, folder 4

Music 1968

Scope and Contents note

Orchestral parts, Walter Greene.
 

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Model sheet 1938

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

Scope and Contents note

Model sheet of kittens (1 item).
 

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Backgrounds 1955

Scope and Contents note

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

Music 1955

Scope and Contents note

Orchestral parts for Cue M-13, Clarence Wheeler.
box 6M, folder 3

Music 1955

Scope and Contents note

Clarence Wheeler holograph score.
box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1955

General Physical Description note: 10 x 14 scene/footage sheets

Scope and Contents note

Scene/footage sheets (including continuity).
box 44M, folder 8

Music 1955

Scope and Contents note

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

Pan backgrounds 1955

Scope and Contents note

Panoramic backgrounds for scenes 1, 2, 8, 13, 18, 42, 51.
box 74PB, folder unknown container

Pan backgrounds 1955

General Physical Description note: OVERSIZED-stored off site

Scope and Contents note

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

Model sheets 1955

Scope and Contents note

Model sheets of Maxie Bear and the bulldog.
 

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

Scope and Contents note

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

Music sketch; sheet music 1939

Scope and Contents note

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

Production materials 1939

Scope and Contents note

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

Stills 1939

General Physical Description note: 8 x 10 stills (4 items)

Scope and Contents note

Promotional stills for "Life Begins For Andy Panda."
box 87P, folder 7

Photostat model sheets 1939

Scope and Contents note

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

Model sheet 1939

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

Scope and Contents note

Original model sheet for Rochester Turtle.
 

Lighthouse-Keeping (Prod. #U-181) 1964

box 43P, folder 14

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1964

box 148P, folder 13

Original model sheet of Chilly Willy and Smedly 1964

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1964

 

Little Blue Blackbird (Prod. #961) 1938

box 82P, folder 8

Model sheets of birds 1938

 

Little Skeeter (Prod. #U-240) 1969

box 126P

Bar sheets 1969

box 4P

Layout drawings 1969

box 18P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1969

 

Little Televillain (Prod. #U-96) 1959

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1959

box 16P, folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1959

 

Little Tough Mice (Prod. #965) 1939

box 82P, folder 10

Model sheets of mice, including Butch and Spike 1939

box 74P, folder 15

Pencil storyboard sketches, production notes, and a synopsis 1939

 

Little Woody Riding Hood (Prod. #U-154) 1962

box 44P, folder 4

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1962

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1962

box 17P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1962

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1962

 

Loan Stranger, The (Prod. #C-3) 1942

box 82P, folder 23

Model sheet of the fox 1942

box 34P, folder 3

Pencil storyboard sketches, unused sequencess, and dialogue sheets 1942

box 148P, folder 22

Photostat model sheet 1942

box 63P, folder 20

Promotional stills 1942

box 74P, folder 47

Typed script 1942

 

Log Jammed (Prod. #U-97) 1959

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1959

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1959

 

Loggy Logger, The (unproduced) 1950's

box 73P, folder 29

Gag sketches by Don Patterson featuring Buzz Buzzard as a lumbarjack 1950's

 

Lonesome Ranger (Prod. #U-203) 1966

box 124P

Bar sheets 1966

box 44P, folder 5

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1966

box 17P, folder 2

Photostat storyboards 1966

 

Loos Nut, The (Prod. #E-5) 1946

box 82P, folder 31

Model sheets of Bull Dozer 1946

box 60P, folder 8

Pencil storyboard sketches, dialogue sheets, and scene/footage sheets 1946

box 75P, folder 31

Promotional stills 1946

 

Lotsa Luck (Prod. #U-228) 1968

box 125P

Main and End Title check list 1968

box 3P

Layout drawings 1968

box 137P, folder 3

Negative photostat storyboard 1968

box 18P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1968

 

Mackerel Moocher (Prod. #U-147) 1962

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1962

box 16P, folder 3

Photostat storyboard 1962

box 96P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard sheets 1962

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1962

 

Mad Hatter, The (Prod. #UA-2) 1948

box 40P, folder 2

Pencil storyboards sketches, title sheets, dialogue sheets, model sheets, and scene/footage breakdown 1948

box 148P, folder 56

Photostat model sheet 1948

box 74P, folder 40

Synopsis and dialogue note 1948

 

Magic Beans, The (Prod. #966) 1939

box 82P, folder 11

Model sheets 1939

box 66P, folder 36

Typed plot synopsis 1939

 

Man's Best Friend (Prod. #1005) 1941

box 26P, folder 5

Colored pencil storyboard sketches with shot descriptions, dialogue sheets, title suggestions, and scene notes 1941

box 82P, folder 19

Model sheet of Snoozer and a cricket 1941

box 74P, folder 33

Synopsis 1941

 

Manhunt, The (Prod. # 840) 1938

box 147P, folder 39

See Gag Sketches for Productions in Subject Files 1938

 

Maw and Paw (Prod. #U-21) 1953

box 15P, folder 3

Bound script 1953

box 16P, folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1953

box 65P, folder 11

Promotional stills with negatives 1953

box 31P, folder 7

Scene breakdown with dialogue and dialogue sheets 1953

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1953

 

Meatless Tuesday (Prod. #D-2) 1943

box 147P, folder 5

Original pencil drawings for Andy Panda model sheet & photostat of final model sheet. Artist likely Shamus Culhane. 1943

box 29P, folder 1

Pencil storyboard sketches, scene/footage breakdown, and sound effects sheets 1943

box 96P, folder 15

Photostat model sheets of Andy Panda 1943

box 66P, folder 9

Promotional stills 1943

 

Melancholy King, The (unproduced) 1939-1940

box 40P, folder 6

Color pencil storyboard sketches, scene breakdown with dialogue, dialogue sheets, and handwritten script sheets 1939-1940

 

Misguided Missile (Prod. #U-82) 1958

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1958

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1958

 

Mississippi Slow Boat (Prod. #U-130) 1961

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1961

box 16P, folder 3

Photostat storyboard 1961

 

Monster of Ceremonies (Prod. #U-215) 1966

box 124P

Bar sheets 1966

box 44P, folder 6

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1966

box 148P, folder 47

Original model sheet and 1 photocopy 1966

box 18P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard and model sheet 1966

 

Moochin' Pooch (Prod. #U-276) 1971

box 128P

Bar sheets 1971

box 121P

Complete background layout drawings 1971

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1971

box 19P, folder 2

Photocopied storyboard 1971

box 2P

Scene/footage sheets 1971

 

Mother Goose on the Loose (Prod. #1012) 1942

box 28P, folder 4

Pencil storyboard sketches and dialogue sheet 1942

box 74P, folder 42

Synopsis 1942

 

Mother's Little Helper (Prod. #U-153) 1962

box 77P, folder 7

Background layout drawings of interiors and furniture 1962

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1962

box 17P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1962

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1962

 

Mouse and the Lion, The (Prod. #U-17) 1953

box 15P, folder 3

Bound script 1953

box 65P, folder 7

Promotional stills with negatives 1953

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1953

 

Mouse in the House (Prod. #U-221) 1967

box 125P

Bar sheets 1967

box 43P, folder 4

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1967

 

Mouse Trapped (Prod. #U-104) 1960

box 45P, folder 10

Dialogue sheets 1960

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1960

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1960

 

Mouse Trappers (Prod. #994) 1941

box 25P, folder 4

Pencil storyboard sketches, dialogue sheets, and model sheets of mice 1941

box 64P, folder 17

Promotional stills 1941

 

Mousie Come Home (Prod. #E-4) 1945

box 60P, folder 7

Pencil storyboard sketches, scene/footage sheets, and dialogue sheets 1945

box 60P, folder 4

Photostat model sheets for a Mousie Mouse 1945

box 64P, folder 7

Promotional stills with negatives 1945

 

Music Hath Charms (Prod. #818) 1936

box 74P, folder 1

Synopsis 1936

 

Musical Moments from Chopin (Prod. #F-10) 1947

box 61P, folder 2

Pencil storyboard sketches, scene/footage sheets, and credit sheets 1947

box 66P, folder 15

Promotional stills with negatives 1947

box 66P, folder 5

Promotional stills of Ted Saidenberg and Ed Rebner rehursing for this Musical Miniatures recording session 1947

box 74P, folder 59

Synopsis 1947

 

Nautical Nut, The (Prod. #U-218) 1967

box 124P

Bar sheets 1967

box 148P, folder 32

Original model drawing for Capt. Bilgewater 1967

box 18P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1967

 

Nellie of the Circus (Prod. #971) 1939

box 82P, folder 14

Model sheets of Nellie and Dauntless Dan 1939

box 41P, folder 11

Synopsis bearing working title "Under the Big Top". Scene/footage sheets. 1939

 

Nellie , The Sewing Machine Girl (Prod. # 842) 1938

box 87P, folder 3

Model sheets of Nellie and Pappy 1938

box 82P, folder 2

Model sheets of Rudolf, Dan, and Nellie 1938

 

Niagara Fools (Prod. #U-64) 1956

box 148P, folder 40

Photocopied model sheets 1956

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1956

 

Night Life of the Bugs (Prod. #820) 1936

box 59P, folder 2

Promotional Stills 1936

 

Nutty Pine Cabin (Prod. #1013) 1942

box 82P, folder 21

Model sheet of Andy Panda and the beavers 1942

box 148P, folder 44

Original model sheet of Andy Panda and the beavers 1942

box 34P, folder 4

Pencil storyboard sketches with shot descriptions, alternate sequences, some w/Woody, dialogue sheets, titles list, and sketches 1942

box 74P, folder 43

Synopsis 1942

 

One Armed Bandit, The (Prod. #964) 1939

box 82P, folder 9

Model sheets of Dauntless Dan, Rudolf Ratbone, and Pappy 1939

box 74P, folder 18

Synopsis 1939

 

One Horse Town (Prod. #U-237) 1968

box 126P

Bar sheets 1968

box 4P

Layout drawings 1968

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1968

box 18P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1968

 

Operation Cold Feet (Prod. #U-70) 1957

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1957

box 16P, folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1957

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1957

 

Operation Sawdust (Prod. #U-18) 1953

box 15P, folder 3

Bound Script 1953

box 31P, folder 4

Pencil storyboard sketches and dialogue sheets 1953

box 65P, folder 8

Promotional stills with negatives 1953

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1953

box 55P, folder 7

Sheet music for the song "The Lumber Jack's Polka" 1953

 

Operation Shanghai (Prod. #U-204) 1967

box 124P

Bar sheets 1967

box 43P, folder 15

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1967

box 84P, folder 9

Photostat model sheet of Smedly and a pirate 1967

 

Ostrich Egg and I, The (Prod. #u-56) 1956

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1956

box 16P, folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1956

box 65P, folder 15

Promotional still negatives 1956

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1956

 

Overture to William Tell (Prod. #F-11) 1947

box 33P, folder 2

Pencil storyboard sketches and scene/footage sheets 1947

box 64P, folder 12

Promotional stills 1947

 

Ozark Lark (Prod. #U-115) 1960

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1960

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1960

 

Painter and the Painter, The (Prod. #D-11) 1944

box 61P, folder 3

Original and photostat character model sheets of Andy Panda 1944

box 61P, folder 6

Pencil storyboard sketches, scene/footage sheets, and dialogue sheets 1944

box 64P, folder 4

Promotional stills 1944

 

Panhandle Scandal (Prod. #U-99) 1959

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1959

box 33P

Scene/footage sheets 1959

 

Pantry Panic (Prod. #1006) 1941

box 27P, folder 4

Colored pencil storyboard sketches with shot descriptions, dialogue sheets, lyric note, and title suggestions 1941

box 82P, folder 17

Model sheet of Korny Kat 1941

box 74P, folder 34

Synopsis. aka What's Cookin' 1941

 

Papoose on the Loose (Prod. #U-123) 1961

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1961

box 148P, folder 15

Original model sheet 1961

box 57P, folder 2

Pencil storyboard sketches 1961

box 16P, folder 3

Photostat storyboard 1961

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1961

 

Pass the Biscuits, Mirandy (Prod. #C-13) 1943

box 82P, folder 27

Photostat of a model sheet of Mirandy by Emery Hawkins 1943

box 63P, folder 10

Promotional stills 1943

box 74P, folder 56

Synopsis 1943

 

Paste Makes Waste (Prod. #U-232) 1968

box 125P

Bar sheets 1968

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1968

box 137P, folder 6

Negative photostat storyboard 1968

box 18P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1968

 

Paw's Night Out (Prod. #U-47) 1955

box 45P, folder 7

Dialogue sheets 1955

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1955

 

Peck of Trouble, A (Prod. #U-230) 1968

box 125P

Bar sheets 1968

box 3P

Layout drawings 1968

box 137P, folder 7

Negative photostat storyboard 1968

box 18P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1968

 

Pecking Holes in Poles (Prod. #U-283) 1972

box 129P

Bar sheets 1972

box 121P

Complete background layout drawings 1972

box 21P, folder 6

Pencil storyboard sketches 1972

box 19P, folder 3

Photocopied storyboard 1972

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1972

 

Pesky Pelican (Prod. #U-169) 1963

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1963

box 17P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1963

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1963

 

Pest of the Show (Prod. #U-143) 1962

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1962

box 16P, folder 3

Photostat storyboard 1962

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1962

 

Pesty Guest (Prod. #U-198) 1964-1965

box 43P, folder 16

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1965

box 84P, folder 8

Model sheets of Smedly and Col. Potshot 1965

box 147P, folder 7

Original model sheet of Smedly & Col. Potshot. Drawing is dated 4-14-64. Film title given on sheet: Ice is Nice. 1964

box 17P, folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1965

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1965

 

Phantom of the Horse Opera (Prod. #U-135) 1961

box 44P, folder 7

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1961

box 96P, folder 31

Layout drawings 1961

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1961

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1961

 

Phoney Express (Prod. #U-141) 1962

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1962

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1962

 

Phoney Pony (Prod. #U-251) 1969

box 127P

Bar sheets 1969

box 118P

Complete background layout drawings 1969

box 11P, folder 3

Pencil storyboard sketches 1969

box 18P, folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1969

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1969

 

Pied Piper of Basin Street, The (Prod. #D-10) 1945

box 30P, folder 3

Pencil storyboard sketches with shot descriptions, production note on the title, and scene/footage breakdown 1945

 

Pig in a Pickle (Prod. #U-37) 1954

box 15P, folder 4

Bound scrpit 1954

box 45P, folder 2

Dialogue sheets 1954

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1954

 

Pigeon Holed (Prod. #U-55) 1956

box 16P, folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1956

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1956

 

Pigeon Patrol (Prod. #1016) 1942

box 34P, folder 2

Pencil storyboard sketches with shot descriptions, production note, dialogue sheets, script, synopsis, and sketches of pigeons. 1942

box 74P, folder 44

Synopsis 1942

 

Pistol Packin' Woodpecker (Prod. #U-108) 1960

box 45P, folder 14

Dialogue sheets 1960

box 96P, folder 33

Layout drawing of a western town 1960

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1960

box 148P, folder 34

Original model sheet 1960

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1960

 

Pixie Picnic (Prod. #UA-1) 1948

box 39P, folder 1

Colored pencil storyboard sketches with shot descriptions 1948

box 16P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1948

box 64P, folder 20

Promotional stills with negatives 1948

box 74P, folder 60

Synopsis 1948

 

Playful Pelican (Prod. #UA-8) 1948

box 39P, folder 2

Pencil storyboard sketches with shot descriptions, cutting and dialogue continuity, and scene/footage sheets 1948

box 148P, folder 50

Photostat model sheet of pelicans and shark 1948

box 16P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1948

box 64P, folder 25

Promotional stills 1948

box 74P, folder 64

Synopsis 1948

 

Plumber of Seville, The (Prod. #U-67) 1957

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1957

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1957

 

Plywood Panic (Prod. #U-23) 1953

box 15P, folder 3

Bound script 1953

box 31P, folder 9

Dialogue sheets 1953

box 16P, folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1953

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1953

 

Poet and the Peasant, The (Prod. #E-6) 1946

box 72P, folder 4

Pencil storyboard sketches, timing note, and scene/footage sheets 1946

box 66P, folder 3

Promotional stills 1946

 

Polar Fright (Prod. #U-212) 1966

box 124P

Bar sheets 1966

box 43P, folder 17

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1966

 

Polar Pests (Prod. #U-85) 1958

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1958

box 16P, folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1958

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1958

 

Poop Deck Pirate (Prod. #U-120) 1961

box 61P, folder 10

Ink storyboard sketches 1961

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1961

box 16P, folder 3

Photostat storyboard 1961

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1961

 

Practical Yolk (Prod. #U-211) 1966

box 124P

Bar sheets 1966

box 44P, folder 8

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1966

box 18P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1966

 

Prehistoric Super Salesman (Prod. #U-248) 1969

box 126P

Bar sheets 1969

box 71P, folder 2

Pencil storyboard sketches 1969

box 18P, folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1969

 

Private Eye Pooch (Prod. #U-44) 1955

box 58P, folder 2

Photostat model sheets 1955

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1955

 

Project Reject (Prod. #U-242) 1969

box 126P

Bar sheets 1969

box 117P

Complete background layout drawings 1969

box 147P, folder 14

Original model sheet 1969

box 18P, folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1969

 

Punch Pouch (Prod. #U-145) 1962

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1962

box 16P, folder 3

Photostat storyboard 1962

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1962

 

Puny Express (Prod. #U-1) 1951

box 15P, folder 1

Bound script 1951

box 37P, folder 1

Colored pencil storyboard sketches with shot description, synopses, scene breakdown with dialogue and audio track readings not used in the final film 1951

box 16P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1951

box 66P, folder 23

Promotional still 1951

box 75P, folder 12

Promotional still 1951

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1951

 

Queens Kittens (Prod. #955) 1938

box 84P, folder 21

Model sheet rendered in colored pencil 1938

 

Rabbit Hunt, The (Prod. #956) 1938

box 82P, folder 6

Model sheet of rabbits, a dog, and a monkey 1938

box 147P, folder 18

Original model sheets of Jock and Wrinkle Puss. Sheet mislabled Prod. #957 1938

box 58P, folder 1

See Dogs in Character Sketches and Model Sheets category 1938

 

Rah Rah Ruckus (Prod. #U-180) 1964

box 43P, folder 5

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1964

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1964

box 17P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1964

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1964

 

Rain, Rain, Go Away (Prod. #U-284) 1972

box 129P

Bar sheets 1972

box 121P

Complete background layout drawings 1972

box 21P, folder 7

Pencil storyboard sketches 1972

box 19P, folder 3

Photocopied storyboard 1972

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1972

 

Ration Bored (Prod. #C-12) 1943

box 23P, folder 5

Pencil storyboard sketches with shot descriptions, scene/footage breakdowns, and dialogue sheet 1943

box 63P, folder 26

Promotional stills 1943

box 74P, folder 55

Synopsis 1943

 

Real Gone Woody (Prod. #U-33) 1954

box 15P, folder 4

Bound script 1954

box 31P, folder 18

Dialogue sheets and mixer's sound reports 1954

box 148P, folder 3

Original model sheet and 1 photostat copy 1954

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1954

 

Reckless Driver (Prod. #F-3) 1946

box 32P, folder 1

Pencil storyboard sketches, scene/footage sheets, and sound effects sheets 1946

box 75P, folder 30

Promotional still negatives 1946

 

Recruiting Daze (Prod. #991) 1940

box 147P, folder 37

Assorted gag sketches and layout drawings 1940

box 74P, folder 23

Handwritten and typed synopsis 1940

box 25P, folder 2

Pencil story sketches 1940

box 64P, folder 15

Promotional still negatives 1940

box 147P, folder 38

Working script for the film. Entitled "Be Prepared". 1940

 

Red Riding Hood (unproduced) undated

box 80P, folder 2

Pencil storyboard sketches and model sheet for an unidentified production featuring Red Riding Hood undated

 

Red Riding Hoodlum (Prod. #U-69) 1957

box 57P, folder 6

Pencil storyboard sketches, photocopied model sheets, and an exposure sheet 1957

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1957

 

Redwood Sap, The (Prod. #U-5) 1951

box 15P, folder 1

Bound script 1951

box 37P, folder 3

Pencil storyboard sketches, script, and dialogue sheets 1951

box 140P, folder 15

Photocopy of background layout sketch for scene 1 1951

box 64P, folder 30

Promotional stills 1951

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1951

 

Reluctant Recruit, The (Prod. #U-267) 1971

box 128P

Bar sheets 1971

box 119P

Complete background layout drawings 1971

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1971

box 2P, folder 1

Pencil storyboard sketches 1971

box 18P, folder 3

Photostat storyboard 1971

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1971

 

Roamin' Roman (Prod. #U-186) 1964

box 44P, folder 9

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1964

box 17P, folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1964

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1964

 

Robin Hoody Woody (Prod. #U-160) 1963

box 44P, folder 10

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1963

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1963

box 17P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1963

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1963

 

Robinson Gruesome (Prod. #U-92) 1959

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1959

 

Rock-A-Bye Gator (Prod. #U-136) 1962

box 44P, folder 11

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1962

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1962

box 16P, folder 3

Photostat storyboard 1962

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1962

 

Rocket Racket (Prod. #U-148) 1962

box 44P, folder 12

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1962

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1962

box 16P, folder 3

Photostat storyboard 1962

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1962

 

Romp in a Swamp (Prod. #U-100) 1959

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1959

box 16P, folder 3

Photostat storyboard 1959

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1959

 

Roof-Top Razzle-Dazzle (Prod. #U-184) 1964

box 43P, folder 6

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1964

box 17P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1964

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1964

 

Room and Bored (Prod. #U-140) 1962

box 44P, folder 13

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1962

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1962

box 16P, folder 3

Photostat storyboard 1962

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1962

 

Room and Wrath (Prod. #U-57) 1956

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1956

box 37P

Scene/footage sheets 1956

 

Rough and Tumbleweed (Prod. #U-118) 1961

box 45P, folder 18

Dialogue sheets 1961

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1961

box 148P, folder 8

Original model sheet for Dirty McNasty and 4 photocopies 1961

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1961

 

Rough Riding Hood (Prod. #U-200) 1966

box 124P

Bar sheets 1966

box 44P, folder 14

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1966

box 17P, folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1966

 

Round Trip to Mars (Prod. #U-74) 1957

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1957

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1957

 

Rude Intruder, The 1972

box 128P

Bar sheets 1972

box 121P

Complete background layout drawings 1972

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1972

box 19P, folder 2

Photocopies of alternate storyboard 1972

box 19P, folder 2

Photocopied storyboard 1972

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1972

 

Saddle-Sore Woody (Prod. #U-178) 1964

box 44P, folder 15

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1964

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1964

box 148P, folder 9

Original model sheet and 9 photocopies 1964

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1964

 

Sailor Mouse, The (Prod. #958) 1938

box 72P, folder 12

Pencil sketches of Babyface Mouse dressed as a sailor 1938

 

Salmon Loafer (Prod. #U-165) 1963

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1963

box 17P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1963

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1963

 

Salmon Yeggs (Prod. #U-84) 1958

box 148P, folder 54

Original model sheet 1958

box 90P, folder 2

Photostat model sheet of Windy Bear and Willoughby 1958

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1958

 

Salt Water Daffy (Prod. #998) 1941

box 26P, folder 2

Pencil storyboard sketches, idea sheets, gag sketches and dialogue sheets 1941

box 74P, folder 27

Synopsis 1941

 

Scalp Treatmeent (Prod. #U-11) 1952

box 139P, folder 6

"Speedy Q" sound effects record 1952

box 15P, folder 2

Bound script 1952

box 65P, folder 1

Promotional stills 1052

box 37P, folder 5

Scene breakdown with dialogue and dialogue sheet\ 1952

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1995

 

Science Friction (Prod. #U-173) 1963

box 44P, folder 16

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1963

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1963

box 17P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1963

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1963

 

Scrambled Eggs (Prod. #984) 1939

box 83P, folder 22

Background layouts, dupes. Possibly by Ed Kiechele 1939

box 147P, folder 24

Preliminary design sketch by Willy Pogany. Original model sheet of Petekin Pan by Alex Lovy. 1939

box 73P, folder 26

Promotional still 1939

box 61P, folder 9

Scripts and dialogue sheets, and a model sheet, sketch and still of Peterkin Pan designed by Willy Pogany 1939

 

Scrappy Birthday (Prod. #UA-12) 1949

box 39P, folder 6

Colored pencil storyboard sketches, cutting and dialogue continuity copies, synopsis, note, script, and scene/footage breakdown. 1949

box 82P, folder 33

Photostat model sheet 1949

box 16P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1949

box 66P, folder 10

Promotional still 1949

box 74P, folder 68

Synopsis 1949

box 707, folder 2

Scrappy Birthday Model Sheet

Scope and Contents note

Mock up on poster board.
 

Screwball, The (Prod. #C-6) 1943

box 22P, folder 5

Pencil storyboard sketches and dialogue sheets 1943

box 63P, folder 23

Promotional still 1943

 

Screwdriver, The (Prod. #C-6) 1941

box 27P, folder 3

Colored pencil storyboard sketches , dialogue sheets, a model sheet and timing notes. 1941

box 74P, folder 31

Synopsis 1941

 

Scrub Me Mama With a Boogie Beat (Prod. #999) 1941

box 26P, folder 3

Dialogue sheets 1941

box 55P, folder 3

Sheet music for the title song 1941

box 74P, folder 28

Synopsis 1941

 

Seal on the Loose (Prod. #U-253) 1970

box 127P

Bar sheets 1970

box 118P

Complete background layout drawings 1970

box 56P, folder 1

Pencil storyboard sketches 1970

box 18P, folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1970

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1970

 

Secret Agent Woody Woodpecker (Prod. #U-224) 1967

box 125P

Bar sheets 1967

box 44P, folder 17

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1967

box 18P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1967

 

Sh-h-h-h (Prod. #U-48) 1955

box 45P, folder 8

Dialogue sheets, timing notes, and photostat model sheets of Mr. Twiddle. 1955

box 16P, folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1955

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1955

 

Shanghai Woody (Prod. #U-277) 1971

box 128P

Bar sheets 1971

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1971

box 21P, folder 1

Pencil storyboard sketches 1971

box 19P, folder 2

Photocopied storyboard 1971

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1971

 

Ship A-hoy Woody (Prod. #U-247) 1969

box 126P

Bar sheets 1969

box 117P

Complete background layout drawings 1969

box 95P, folder 2

Pencil storyboard sketches 1969

box 18P, folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1969

 

Short in the Saddle (Prod. #U-170) 1963

box 44P, folder 18

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1963

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1963

box 17P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1963

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1963

 

Show Biz Beagle (Prod. #U-286) 1972

box 122P

Complete background layout drawings 1972

box 21P, folder 9

Pencil storyboard sketches 1972

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1972

 

Shutter Bug, The (Prod. #U-164) 1963

box 44P, folder 19

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1963

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1963

box 17P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1963

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1963

 

Silly Seals, The (Prod. #953) 1938

box 80P, folder 21

Background layout drawing 1938

 

Silly Superstition (Prod. #981) 1939

box 148P, folder 30

Original model sheet of the lion 1939

 

Sioux Me (Prod. #U-197) 1965

box 44P, folder 20

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1965

box 148P, folder 57

Page 1 of Final shot/footage description 1965

box 17P, folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1965

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1965

 

Sissy Sheriff (Prod. #U-214) 1967

box 124P

Bar sheets 1967

box 44P, folder 21

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1967

box 18P, folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1967

 

Ski for Two (Prod. #D-9) 1944

box 30P, folder 2

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1944

box 64P, folder 3

Scene/footage sheets 1944

 

Ski-Napper (Prod. #U-185) 1964

box 43P, folder 18

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1964

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1964

 

Skin Folks (Prod. #U-179) 1964

box 44P, folder 22

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1964

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1964

box 17P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1964

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1964

 

Slaphappy Valley (Prod. #980) 1939

box 77P, folder 2

Colored pencil storyboard sketches 1939

box 77P, folder 2

See Crackpot Cruise (1939) for possible recycled gag materiall 1939

box 74P, folder 22

Synopsis 1939

 

Sleep Happy (Prod. #U-2) 1951

box 15P, folder 1

Bound script 1951

box 44P, folder 23

Cutting continuity 1951

box 16P, folder 2

Incomplete photostat storyboard 1951

box 37P, folder 2

Pencil storyboard sketches with ahot descriptions, scene breakdown, and synopses 1951

box 64P, folder 27

Promotional stills 1951

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1951

box 74P, folder 71

Synopsis 1951

 

Sleeping Princess, The (Prod. #976) 1939

box 84P, folder 7

Drawings for a sequence of a rider on a bucking horse 1939

box 72P, folder 3

Pencil storyboard sketches 1939

box 93P, folder 12

Photostat model sheets of the fairies Destiny, Wisdom, Beauty, and Wealth. See also Drawings under Subject Files- Correspondence, etc. 1939

box 63P, folder 18

Promotional stills 1939

box 41P, folder 18

Synopsis 1939

 

Sleepy Time Bear (Prod. #U.250) 1969

box 127P

Bar sheets 1969

box 117P

Complete background layout drawings 1969

box 11P, folder 2

Pencil storyboard sketches 1969

box 18P, folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1969

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1969

 

Sleepy Time Chimes (Prod. #U-266) 1971

box 128P

Bar sheets 1971

box 119P

Complete background layout drawings 1971

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1971

box 41P, folder 1

Pencil storyboard sketches 1971

box 18P, folder 3

Photostat storyboard 1971

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1971

 

Slingshot 6-7/8 (Prod. #U-4) 1951

box 15P, folder 1

Bound script 1951

box 147P, folder 31

Layout drawing/color model for Sc. 17. Artist Don Patterson 1951

box 38P, folder 2

Pencil storyboard sketches, photostat sketch of a Wild West town, and scene breakdown 1951

box 64P, folder 29

Promotional stills 1951

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1951

 

Sliphorn King of Polaroo, The (Prod. #D-13) 1945

box 72P, folder 5

Pencil storyboard sketches with Wally Walrus as Jackson and Jackson as a lion, Calker music sketch, synopsis, and sound effects sheets 1945

box 148P, folder 55

Photostat model sheet 1945

box 89P, folder 6

Photostat model sheets 1945

 

Slumberland Express (Prod. #811) 1936

box 59P, folder 6

Promotional stills 1936

 

Smoked Hams (Prod. #F-7) 1947

box 33P, folder 1

Pencil storyboard sketches, dialogue sheet, title note, color copy of title, and scene/footage sheets 1947

box 66P, folder 22

Promotional still 1947

 

Snoozin' Bruin, The (Prod. #U--275) 1971

box 128P

Bar sheets 1971

box 120P

Complete background layout drawings 1971

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1971

box 62P, folder 5

Pencil storyboard sketches 1971

box 19P, folder 2

Photocopied storyboard 1971

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1971

 

Snow Place Like Home (Prod. #U-206) 1966

box 124P

Bar sheets 1966

box 43P, folder 19

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1966

box 18P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1966

 

Snuffy's Party (Prod. #972) 1939

box 66P, folder 14

Model sheets of Snuffy the skunk 1939

 

Socko in Morocco (Prod. #U-28) 1954

box 83P, folder 14

Background layout drawings 1954

box 15P, folder 4

Bound script 1954

box 16P, folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1954

box 31P, folder 14

Scene breakdown and dialogue sheets 1954

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1954

 

Softball Game, The (Prod. #809) 1936

box 59P, folder 3

Promotional stills 1936

 

Solid Ivory (Prod. #F-12) 1947

box 41P, folder 20

Annotated sheet music for Brahms' Hungariona Dance No. 5'. Annotation possibly by Darrell Calker 1947

box 33P, folder 3

Pencil storyboard sketches, titles list, dialogue sheets, and scene/footage sheets 1947

box 64P, folder 13

Promotional stills 1947

 

Soup to Mutts (Prod. #959) 1939

box 72P, folder 1

Pencil storyboard sketches 1939

 

South Pole Pals (Prod. #U-210) 1966

box 124P

Bar sheets 1966

box 43P, folder 20

Cutting and dialogue continuity and model sheets 1966

box 147P, folder 13

Original model sheet featuring Smedly, Chilly Willy, & Emperor Penguin 1966

box 18P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1966

 

Southern Fried Hospitality (Prod. #U-119) 1961

box 45P, folder 19

Dialogue sheets 1961

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1961

box 16P, folder 3

Photostat storyboard 1961

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1961

 

Space Mouse (Prod. # U-103) 1959

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1959

box 148P, folder 39

Original model sheet and color model 1959

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1959

box 72P, folder 8

Script, sketch and notes for characters and places in a places in a proposed series, of which only one cartoon was made 1959

 

Square Shootin' Square (Prod. #U-49) 1955

box 65P, folder 14

Promotional still negatives and photostat model sheets of gunslinger Dapper Dan Dooley 1955

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1955

 

St. Moritz Blitz (Prod. #U-125) 1961

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1961

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1961

 

Stage Hoax (Prod. #U-9) 1952

box 15P, folder 2

Bound script 1952

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1952

 

Steel Workers, The (Prod. #106) 1936

box 41P, folder 6

Pencil storyboard sketches with shot descriptions. Jimmie Dietrich holograph score. Timing notes. 1936

 

Stowaway Woody (Prod. #U-162) 1963

box 44P, folder 24

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1963

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1963

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1963

 

Stubborn Mule, The (Prod. #979) 1939

box 74P, folder 21

Synopsis 1939

 

Sufferin' Cats (Prod. #U-127) 1961

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1961

box 148P, folder 38

Original model drawing of the cat 1961

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1961

 

Swing Your Partner (Prod. #C-8) 1943

box 23P, folder 2

Pencil storyboard sketches, synopsis, dialogue sheets, and scene/footage sheets 1943

box 96P, folder 20

Photostat model sheet of Homer Pigeon 1943

box 74P, folder 51

Synopsis 1943

 

Swiss Miss-Fit (Prod. #U-79) 1958

box 57P, folder 5

Background sketches of snowy scenes 1958

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1958

box 16P, folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1958

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1958

 

Syncopated Sioux (Prod. #993) 1940

box 25P, folder 3

Pencil storyboard sketches, gag sketches, scene lists, and model sheets 1940

box 64P, folder 16

Promotional still with negatives 1940

box 74P, folder 24

Synopsis 1940

 

Tail End (Prod. #845) 1937

box 58P, folder 1

Photocopied model sheets of Sissy and a bulldog 1937

 

Talking Dog, The (Prod. #U-61) 1956

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1956

box 64P, folder 20

Photostat model sheet 1956

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1956

 

Tee Bird, The (Prod. #U-101) 1959

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1959

box 16P, folder 3

Photostat storyboard 1959

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1959

 

Teeny Weeny Meany (Prod. #U-202) 1966

box 124P

Bar sheets 1966

box 43P, folder 21

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1966

 

Tenant's Racket, The (Prod. #U-168) 1963

box 44P, folder 25

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1963

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1963

box 17P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1963

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1963

 

Tepee for Two (Prod. #U-172) 1963

box 44P, folder 26

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1963

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1963

box 17P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1963

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1963

 

Termites From Mars (Prod. #U-13) 1953

box 15P, folder 3

Bound script 1953

box 38P, folder 5

Pencil storyboard sketches, script, sound effects sheets, and gag sketches 1953

box 65P, folder 4

Promotional stills 1953

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1953

 

Three Lazy Mice (Prod. #800) 1937

box 41P, folder 7

Jimmie Dietrich holograph score 1937

 

Three Little Woodpeckers (Prod. #U-187) 1965

box 44P, folder 27

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1965

box 17P, folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1965

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1965

 

Three Ring Fling (Prod. #U-90) 1958

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1958

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1958

 

Tin Can Concert (Prod. #U-137) 1961

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1961

box 16P, folder 3

Photostat storyboard 1961

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1961

 

To Catch a Woodpecker (Prod. #U-65) 1957

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1957

box 16P, folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1957

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1957

 

Tomcat Combat (Prod. #U-95) 1959

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1959

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1959

 

Trade Mice, The (Prod. #838) 1938

box 89P, folder 2

Model sheets of the mice and Oswald's donkey 1938

 

Tragic Magic (Prod. #U-144) 1962

box 44P, folder 28

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1962

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1962

box 16P, folder 3

Photostat storyboard 1962

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1962

 

Trail Blazin' Rangers (Unproduced) undated

box 61P, folder 11

Pencil storyboard sketches undated

 

Tree Medic, The (Prod. #U-53) 1956

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1956

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1956

box 74P, folder 75

Synopsis 1956

 

Tree's a Crown (Prod. #U-91) 1958

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1958

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1958

 

Tricky Trout (Prod. #U-132) 1961

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1961

box 16P, folder 3

Photostat storyboard 1961

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1961

 

Truant Student (Prod. #U-94) 1959

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1959

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1959

 

Tumbleweed Greed (Prod. #U-244) 1969

box 126P

Bar sheets 1969

box 117P

Complete background layout drawings 1969

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1969

box 18P, folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1969

 

Un-Handy Man, The (Prod. #U-260) 1970

box 127P

Bar sheets 1970

box 119P

Complete background layout drawings 1970

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1970

box 70P, folder 4

Pencil storyboard sketches 1970

box 18P, folder 3

Photostat storyboard 1970

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1970

 

Unbearable Salesman, The (Prod. #U-72) 1957

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1957

box 58P, folder 4

Model sheet of a bear 1957

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1957

 

Under Sea Dogs (Prod. #U-226) 1968

box 125P

Bar sheets 1968

box 18P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1968

 

Under the Counter Spy (Prod. #U-32) 1954

box 15P, folder 4

Bound script 1954

box 31P, folder 17

Scene breakdown with dialogue and dialogue sheets 1954

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1954

 

Under the Spreading Blacksmith Shop (Prod. #1008) 1942

box 27P, folder 6

Colored pencil storyboard sketches, dialogue sheets, synopsis, and sketch of horse costume 1942

box 74P, folder 36

Synopsis 1942

 

Unlucky Potluck (Prod. #U-288) 1972

box 129P

Bar sheets 1972

box 122P

Complete background layout drawings 1972

box 21P, folder 11

Pencil storyboard sketches 1972

box 19P, folder 3

Photocopied storyboard 1972

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1972

 

Viscious Viking (Prod. #U-216) 1967

box 124P

Bar sheets 1967

box 43P, folder 22

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1967

box 18P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1967

 

Voo-Doo Boo-Boo (Prod. #U-152) 1962

box 44P, folder 29

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1962

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1962

box 17P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1962

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1962

 

Wacky Weed, the (Prod. #F-6) 1946

box 32P, folder 4

Pencil storyboard sketches, dialogue sheets, and scene/footage sheets 1946

box 64P, folder 11

Promotional stills 1946

 

Wacky-Bye Baby (Prod. #UA-6) 1948

box 24P, folder 4

Pencil storyboard sketches, cutting and dialogue continuity, dialogue sheet, and scene/footage breakdown 1948

box 16P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1948

box 64P, folder 24

Promotional stills 1948

box 74P, folder 63

Synopsis 1948

 

Watch the Birdie (Prod. #U-80) 1958

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1958

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1958

 

Well Oiled (Prod. #F-8) 1947

box 32P, folder 5

Pencil storyboard sketches, dioalogue sheet, model sheet, scene/footage breakdown, and publicity still 1947

box 96P, folder 25

Photostat model sheet of Woody and Wally 1947

 

Wet Blanket Policy (Prod. #UA-9) 1948

box 39P, folder 3

Pencil storyboard sketches , cutting and dialogue continuity, dialogue sheets, and scene/footage sheets 1948

box 16P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1948

box 64P, folder 26

Promotional stills with negatives 1948

box 72P, folder 6

Sheet muic for "The Woody Woodpecker Song" 1948

box 74P, folder 65

Synopsis 1948

 

What's Peckin'? (Prod. #U-199) 1965

box 44P, folder 30

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1965

box 17P, folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1965

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1965

 

What's Sweepin'? (Prod. #U-14) 1953

box 15P, folder 3

Bound script 1953

box 65P, folder 5

Promotional stills 1953

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1953

box 31P, folder 1

Script with preliminary title "The Big Clean-Up" and dialogue sheets 1953

box 77P, folder 6

Story sketches of circus sequence 1953

 

Who's Cookin' Who? (Prod. #F-1) 1946

box 140P, folder 6

Interior of "The Grasshopper and the Ants" book which appears in the film. Illustrations by Fred Brunish. 1946

box 147P, folder 25

Original model drawings of Wolfie Wolf by Art Heinemann & Shamus Culhane. Additional sketches may be found under Wolves and Foxes in section Character Sketches and Model Sheets. 1946

box 61P, folder 4

Pencil storyboard sketches and scene/footage sheets for a Woody Woodpecker cartoon 1946

box 61P, folder 5

Photostat character model sheet of Wolfie Wolf 1946

box 64P, folder 8

Promotional stills with negatives 1946

 

Wicket Wacky (Prod. #U-3) 1951

box 15P, folder 1

Bound script 1951

box 82P, folder 34

Model sheet 1951

box 148P, folder 4

Model sketches for the gopher. Character apparently copyrighted in 1967 as "Goofy Gopher" 1951

box 38P, folder 1

Pencil storyboard sketches, synopsis, scene breakdown, and photostat storyboard 1951

box 64P, folder 28

Promotional stills 1951

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1951

box 74P, folder 70

Synopsis 1951

 

Wild and Woody (Prod. #UA-11) 1949

box 82P, folder 32

Model sheet Woody Woodpecker and secondary characters 1949

box 39P, folder 5

Pencil storyboard sketches, synopsis, cutting and dialogue continuity, dialogue sheets and scene/footage sheets 1949

box 16P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1949

box 66P, folder 20

Promotional stills 1949

box 74P, folder 67

Synopsis 1949

 

Wild Bill Hiccup (Prod. #U-255) 1970

box 127P

Bar sheets 1970

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1970

box 147P, folder 15

Original model sheet 1970

box 70P, folder 1

Pencil storyboard sketches 1970

box 18P, folder 3

Photostat storyboard 1970

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1970

 

Window Pains (Prod. #U-213) 1967

box 124P

Bar sheets 1967

box 43P, folder 7

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1967

 

Witch Crafty (Prod. #U-42) 1955

box 45P, folder 6

Dialogue sheets, exposure sheets for dialogue synch, and witch model sheet 1955

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1955

 

Witty Kitty (Prod. #U-106) 1960

box 45P, folder 12

Dialogue sheets, exposure sheets for dialogue synch, and witch model sheet 1960

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1960

box 16P, folder 3

Photostat storyboard 1960

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1960

 

Woodpecker From Mars (Prod. #U-59) 1956

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1956

box 84P, folder 11

Model sheet of Captain Zoom 1956

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1956

 

Woodpecker in the Moon (Prod. #U-102) 1959

box 45P, folder 9

Dialogue sheets 1959

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1959

box 16P, folder 3

Photostat storyboard 1959

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1959

 

Woodpecker in the Rough (Prod. #U-10) 1952

box 15P, folder 2

Bound script 1952

box 82P, folder 35

Photostat model sheet of Bull Dozer and Woody Woodpecker 1952

box 64P, folder 34

Promotional stills 1952

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1952

box 37P, folder 4

Script, dialogue sheets, sound effects sheets, and gag sketches 1952

 

Woodpecker Wanted (Prod. #U-190) 1965

box 44P, folder 31

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1965

box 17P, folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1965

box 36P

Scene/footage sheets 1965

 

Woody and the Beanstalk (Prod. #U-201) 1966

box 124P

Bar sheets 1966

box 44P, folder 32

Cutting and dialogue continuity 1966

box 17P, folder 2

Photostat storyboard 1966

 

Woody Dines Out (Prod. #E-1) 1945

box 60P, folder 2

Pencil sketches and photostat model sheets of the taxidermist cat 1945

box 60P, folder 1

Pencil storyboard sketches, dialogue sheets, sound effects sheet, lab notes, exposure sheets for sound sync, and scene/footage sheets 1945

box 41P, folder 5

Publicity stills with negatives of scenes from the film 1945

 

Woody Meets Davy Crewcut (Prod. #U-66) 1957

box 35P

Scene/footage sheets 1957

 

Woody the Freeloader (Prod. #U-233) 1968

box 125P

Bar sheets 1968

box 3P

Layout drawings 1968

box 57P, folder 1

Main and End Title check list 1968

box 137P, folder 5

Negative photostat storyboard 1968

box 18P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1968

 

Woody the Giant Killer (Prod. #F-13) 1947

box 33P, folder 4

Pencil storyboard sketches, photostat stopryboards, synopsis, scene/footage, and gag sketches 1947

box 16P, folder 1

Photostat storyboard 1947

box 64P, folder 14

Promotional stills 1947

 

Woody Woodpecker (Prod. #1000) 1941

box 27P, folder 1

Colored pencil storyboard sketches with shot descriptions and dialogue, story synopsis, and handwritten dialogue sheets 1941

box 67P, folder 8

Publicity still with negatives. aka The Cracked Nut 1941

box 74P, folder 29

Synopsis 1941

 

Woody Woodpecker Polka, The (Prod. #U-6) 1951

box 15P, folder 1

Bound script 1951

box 64P, folder 31

Promotional stills 1951