Gilbert Hemsley Papers, 1948-1980

Contents List

Container Title
U.S. Mss 162AN
Series: Scripts
Subseries: Television Series
Annie McGuire
Scripts, 1987-1988 Season
Box   38
Folder   1
“The Legend of the Bad Fish,” #8607, Script by Stuart Silverman, November 9, 1988
Box   38
Folder   2
“Emma's Eviction,” #8608, Script by Lisa Albert, October 13, 1988
Box   38
Folder   3
“Lewis in Love,” #8609, Script by Courtney Flavin, October 12, 1988
Box   38
Folder   4
“The Fried Shoe,” #8611, Script by Lisa Albert, November 1, 1988
Box   38
Folder   5
“The Hold-Up,” #8613, Script by Elliot Shoenman and Paul Wolff, October 17, 1988
Box   38
Folder   6
“The Journey,” #8615, Script by Jule Selbo, December 6, 1988
Box   38
Folder   7
“Annie and The Brooklyn Bridge,” #8617, Script by Paul Wolff and Elliot Shoenman, October 20, 1988
Box   38
Folder   8
“The Ferry,” #8618, Script by Anne Convey, Stuart Silverman, and Lisa Albert, November 17, 1988
Bay City Blues
Scripts, 1983-1984 Season
Box   28
Folder   1
“Bay City Blues,” (Pilot), #3801, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco and Jeffrey Lewis, March 10, 1983, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   2
“Beautiful Peoples,” #3802, Revised Final Draft, by Thad Mumford and Dan Wilcox, March 10, 1983 8 August 8, 1983, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   3
“Zircons Are Forever,” #3803, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco and Jeffrey Lewis, August 29, 1983, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   4
“I Never Swung for My Father,” #3804, Revised Final Draft, by Joel Surnow, September 14, 1983, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   5
“Rocky IV - Eyes,” #3805, Revised Final Draft, by David Israel, September 30, 1983, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   6
“Play It Again, Milt,” #3806, Revised Final Draft, by Ellis Weinter, October 13, 1983, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   7
“Look Homeward Hayward,” #3807, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, David Milch, Joel Surnow, and Roger Director, November 1, 1983, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   8
“Going, Going, Gone,” #3809, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Jeffrey Lewis, David Milch, and Roger Director, November 11, 1983, with later revisions
The Betty White Show
Scripts, 1977-1978 Season
Box   1
Folder   1
“Undercover Woman,” Pilot Script by David Lloyd, August 25, 1977
Box   1
Folder   2
“Mitzi's Jealousy,” #7601, Script by David Lloyd, October 27, 1977
Box   1
Folder   3
“We're Not Divorced: Part I,” #7603, Script by David Lloyd, October 26, 1977
Box   1
Folder   4
“Joyce's Wedding,” #7604, Script by Bill Idelson, November 21, 1977
Box   1
Folder   5
“Make Yourself at Home...Steal Something,” #7605, Script by Earl Pomerantz, September 26, 1977
Box   1
Folder   6
“We're Not Divorced: Part II,” #7606, Script by David Lloyd, November 4, 1977
Box   1
Folder   7
“Goodnight Sweet Fletch,” #7607, Script by Glen Charles and Les Charles, November 4, 1977
Box   1
Folder   8
“Doug Gets Fired,” #7608, Script by David Lloyd, October 5, 1977
Box   1
Folder   9
“Mitzi's Cousin,” #7609, Script by Bob Ellison, September 26, 1977
Box   1
Folder   10
“Joyce the Matchmaker,” #7610, Script by David Lloyd, December 1, 1977
Box   1
Folder   11
“John's Mother,” #7611, Script by Dale McRaven, November 21, 1977
Box   1
Folder   12
“Fletch's Decision,” #7612, Script by Sheldon Bull, November 21, 1977
Box   1
Folder   13
“The Stunt Woman,” #7613, Script by David Lloyd, December 1, 1977
Box   1
Folder   14
“Play Misty for John,” #7616, Script by Earl Pomerantz, December 1, 1977
Beverly Hills Buntz
Scripts, 1987-1988 Season
Box   38
Folder   9
“Fit to be Tied,” #7403, Script by Peter Silverman, November 13, 1987
Box   38
Folder   10
“Sid and Randy,” #7404, Script by Jeffrey Lewis, November 23, 1987
Box   38
Folder   11
“Duck! L'Orange:,” #7407, Script by Jim Kaplan, November 6, 1987
Box   38
Folder   12
“El Norte By Norte West,” #7408, Script by Christian Williams, January 18, 1988
Box   38
Folder   13
“Untitled,” #7409, Script by Jeffrey Lewis and David Milch, October 14, 1987
Box   38
Folder   14
“Umbrella In The Water,” #7410, Script by Peter Silverman, January 11, 1988
Box   38
Folder   15
“Brief Encounter,” #7411, Script by Christian Williams, January 19, 1988
Box   38
Folder   16
“Carl,” #7414, Script by Jeffrey Lewis, January 4, 1988
Box   39
Folder   1
“Buntz of the Desert,” #7416, Script by Mark St. Germain, December 17,1987
The Bob Crane Show
Scripts, 1974-1975 Season
Box   1
Folder   15
“Secondstart,” (pilot), Script by Martin Cohan and Jim Allen, November 7, 1972
Box   1
Folder   16
“Not With My Mother You Don't,” #4106, Script by Leonard and Arlene Stadd, January 3, 1975
Box   1
Folder   17
“An American Fiasco,” #4111, Script by Martin Donovan, November 13, 1974
Box   1
Folder   18
“A Case of Misdiagnosis,” #4112, Script by Jim Allen, December 13, 1974
Box   1
Folder   19
“Med-Term Blues,” #4113, Script by Martin Donovan, October 30, 1974
Box   1
Folder   20
“Ellie's Sister,” #4116, Script by Jim Allen, January 25, 1975
The Bob Newhart Show
Scripts, 1972-1973 Season
Box   1
Folder   21
Pilot, #5536, Script by David Davis and Lorenzo Music, January 12, 1972
Box   1
Folder   22
“Fly the Unfriendly Skies,” #7251, Script by David Davis and Lorenzo Music, July 17, 1972
Box   1
Folder   23
“Mom, I L-L-Love You,” #7252, Script by Dick Clair and Jenna McMahon, August 21, 1972
Box   1
Folder   24
“Tennis, Emily?” #7253, Script by David Davis and Lorenzo Music, ugust 14, 1972
Box   1
Folder   25
“Goodnight, Nancy,” #7254, Script by Susan Silver, July 31, 1972
Box   1
Folder   26
“Father Knows Worst,” #7255, Script by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, September 25, 1972
Box   1
Folder   27
“Come Cohabit With Me,” #7256, Script by Jerry Mayer, September 11, 1972
Box   1
Folder   28
“I Owe It All To You...But Not That Much,” #7257, Script by Martin Cohan, August 7, 1972
Box   1
Folder   29
“Tracy Grammar School--I'll Lick You Yet!” #7258, Script by Carl Gottlieb and George Yanok, July 24, 1972
Box   1
Folder   30
“Anything Happen While I Was Gone?” #7260, Script by Martin Cohan, October 2, 1972
Box   1
Folder   31
“I Want to Be Alone,” #7261, Script by Jerry Mayer, September 18, 1972
Box   1
Folder   32
“Don't Go to Bed Mad,” #7262, Script by Gene Thompson, October 10, 1972
Box   1
Folder   33
“Bob and Emily and Howard and Carol and Jerry,” #7263, Script by Charlotte Brown, October 16, 1972
Box   1
Folder   34
“The Two Loves of Dr. Hartley,” #7264, Script by Gene Thompson, December 27, 1972
Box   1
Folder   35
“Let's Get Away From It Almost,” #7265, Script by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, November 27, 1972
Box   1
Folder   36
“Not With My Sister You Don't,” #7266, Script by Frank Buxton, December 18, 1972
Box   1
Folder   37
“His Busiest Season,” #7268, Script by David Davis and Lorenzo Music, November 21, 1972
Box   1
Folder   38
“The Crash of 29 Years Old,” #7269, Script by Charlotte Brown, December 4, 1972
Box   1
Folder   39
“The Man With the Golden Wrist,” #7270, Script by Bill Idelson, December 11, 1972
Box   1
Folder   40
“A Home Is Not Necessarily a House,” #7271, Script by David Davis and Lorenzo Music, January 9, 1972
Box   1
Folder   41
“You Can't Win 'Em All,” #7272, Script by Bill Idelson, January 23, 1973
Box   1
Folder   42
“Emily, I'm Home -- Emily?” #7273, Script by Martin Cohan, January 17, 1973
Box   1
Folder   43
“Bum Voyage,” #7274, Script by Austin and Irma Kalish, January 31, 1973
Box   1
Folder   44
“Who's Been Sleeping in MY Couch?” #7275, Script by Jerry Mayer,. February 7, 1973
Scripts, 1973-1974 Season
Box   2
Folder   1
“Mind Your Own Business,” #7351, Script by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, June 11, 1973
Box   2
Folder   2
“Backlash,” #7352, Script by Susan Silver, July 23, 1973
Box   2
Folder   3
“Have You Met Miss Dietz?” #7353, Script by Bill Idelson, July 30, 1973
Box   2
Folder   4
“The Last TV Show,” #7355, Script by Charlotte Brown, June 25, 1973
Box   2
Folder   5
“Emily In For Carol,” #7356, Script by Jerry Mayer, June 18, 1973
Box   2
Folder   6
“Somebody Down Here Likes Me,” #7357, Script by Peter Meyerson, August 6, 1973
Box   2
Folder   7
“Fit, Fat and Forty-One,” #7358, Script by Bill Idelson and Harvey Miller, October 15, 1973
Box   2
Folder   8
“Old Man Rivers,” #7359, Script by Martin Cohan, July 16, 1973
Box   2
Folder   9
“Motel,” #7360, Script by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, June 4, 1973
Box   2
Folder   10
“My Wife Belongs To Daddy,” #7362, Script by Jerry Mayer, September 17, 1973
Box   2
Folder   11
“Mister Emily Hartley,” #7363, Script by Charlotte Brown, September 10, 1973
Box   2
Folder   12
“I'm O.K. - You're O.K. - So What's Wrong?” #7364, Script by Earl Barret, October 1, 1973
Box   2
Folder   13
“Mutiny on the Hartley,” #7365, Script by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, August 10, 1973
Box   2
Folder   14
“Blues for Mr. Borden,” #7366, Script by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, September 24, 1973
Box   2
Folder   15
“Oh Brother,” #7367, Script by Martin Cohan, October 29, 1973
Box   2
Folder   16
“T.S., Elliot,” #7368, Script by Gerry Renert and Jeff Wilhelm, October 22, 1973
Box   2
Folder   17
“Clink Shrink,” #7369, Script by Paul B. Lichtman and Howard Storm, November 12, 1973
Box   2
Folder   18
“I'm Dreaming of a Slight Christmas, #7370, Script by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, November 5, 1973
Box   2
Folder   19
“The Modernization of Emily,” #7371, Script by Charlotte Brown, December 11, 1973
Box   2
Folder   20
“By the Way...You're Fired!” #7372, Script by Barbara Gallagher and Sybil Adelman, January 14, 1974
Box   2
Folder   21
“A Matter of Principal” #7373, Script by Arnie Kogen and Ray Jessel, January 28, 1974
Box   2
Folder   22
“The Jobless Corps,” #7374, Script by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, December 3, 1973
Box   2
Folder   23
“A Love Story,” #7375, Script by Martin Cohan, January 7, 1974
Box   2
Folder   24
“Confessions of an Orthodontist,” #7376, Script by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, January 21, 1974
Scripts, 1974-1975 Season
Box   2
Folder   25
“The Battle of the Groups,” #7451, Script by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, May 29, 1974
Box   2
Folder   26
“Big Brother is Watching,” #7452, Script by Charlotte Brown, June 19, 1974
Box   2
Folder   27
“My Business Is Shrinking,” #7453, Script by Arnie Kogen and Ray Jessel, December 17, 1974
Box   2
Folder   28
“Separation Story,” #7454, Teleplay by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, Story by Bob Garland, July 15, 1974
Box   2
Folder   29
“Jerry Robinson Crusoe,” #4055, Script by Erik Tarloff, undated
Box   2
Folder   30
“The Great Rimpau Medical Arts Co-op Experiment,” #7456, Script by Coleman Mitchell and Geoffrey Neigher, June 26, 1974
Box   2
Folder   31
“Tobin's Back in Town,” #4057, Script by Michael Zinberg, November 14, 1974
Box   2
Folder   32
“Dr. Ryan's Express,” #7459, Script by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, June 5, 1974
Box   2
Folder   33
“We Love You...Goodbye,” #7461, Script by Charlotte Brown, June 12, 1974
Box   2
Folder   34
“Brutally Yours, Bob Hartley,” #4062, Script by John Rappaport, October 1, 1974
Box   2
Folder   35
“The Way We Weren't, #4063, Script by Roger Beatty, November 21, 1974
Box   2
Folder   36
“The Gray Flannel Shrink,” #4064, Script by Jerry Mayer, June 7, 1974
Box   2
Folder   37
“Home Is Where the Hurt Is,” #4065, Script by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, November 6, 1974
Box   2
Folder   38
“Ship of Shrinks, #4066, Script by Coleman Mitchell and Geoffrey Neigher, October 9, 1974
Box   2
Folder   39
“Sorry, Wrong Mother,” #4067, Script by Charlotte Brown, September 11, 1974
Box   2
Folder   40
“Life Is a Hamburger,” #7468, Script by Jerry Mayer, August 8, 1974
Box   2
Folder   41
“An American Family,” #4069, Script by Charlotte Brown, September 25, 1974
Box   2
Folder   42
“Think Smartly - Vote Hartley,” #4070, Script by Coleman Mitchell and Geoffrey Neigher, December 4, 1974
Box   2
Folder   43
“Serve for Daylight,” #4071, Script by Jerry Mayer, October 30, 1974
Box   2
Folder   44
“Bob Hits the Ceiling,” #4072, Script by Phil Davis, January 15, 1975
Box   2
Folder   45
“The New Look,” #4073, Script by Gordon and Lynne Farr, January 8, 1975
Box   2
Folder   46
“A Pound of Flesh,” #4074, Script by Jerry Mayer, December 10, 1974
Box   2
Folder   47
“Emily Hits the Ceiling,” #4075, Script by Jerry Mayer, January 23, 1975
Box   2
Folder   48
“The Ceiling Hits Bob,” #4076, Script by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, January 28, 1975
Scripts, 1975-1976 Season
Box   3
Folder   1
“Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time,” #5051, Script by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, July 31, 1975
Box   3
Folder   2
“Here's Looking at You, Kid,” #5052, Script by Gordon and Lynne Farr, June 10, 1975
Box   3
Folder   3
“The Heavyweights,” #5053, Script by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, June 18, 1975
Box   3
Folder   4
“The Longest Goodbye,” #5054, Script by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, July 9, 1975
Box   3
Folder   5
“No Sale,” #5055, Script by Michael Zinberg, November 11, 1975
Box   3
Folder   6
“Who Is Mr. X?” #5056, Script by Bruce Kane, September 23, 1975
Box   3
Folder   7
“Fathers and Sons and Mothers,” #5057, Script by Arnold Kane, October 22, 1975
Box   3
Folder   8
“Change Is Gonna Do Me Good,” #5058, Script by Gordon and Lynne Farr, July 24, 1975
Box   3
Folder   9
“What's It All About, Albert?” #5059, Script by Phil Davis, September 9, 1975
Box   3
Folder   10
“Carol's Wedding,” #5060, Script by Gordon and Lynne Farr, June 25, 1975
Box   3
Folder   11
“Shrinks Across the Sea,” #5061, Script by Douglas Arango and Phil Doran, September 16, 1975
Box   3
Folder   12
“The Article,” #5062, Script by Erik Tarloff, October 29, 1975
Box   3
Folder   13
“Death of a Fruitman,” #5063, Script by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, undated
Box   3
Folder   14
“Over the River and Through the Woods,” #5065, Script by Bruce Kane, undated
Box   3
Folder   15
“Carol at 6:01,” #5066, Script by Gordon and Lynne Farr, November 19, 1975
Box   3
Folder   16
“Guaranteed Not to Shrink,” #5067, Script by Sy Rosen, January 6, 1976
Box   3
Folder   17
“Bob Has to Have His Tonsils Out, So He Spends Christmas Eve in the Hospital,” #5068, Script by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, October 8, 1975
Box   3
Folder   18
“A Matter of Vice Principal,” #5069, Script by Gordon and Lynne Farr, November 5, 1975
Box   3
Folder   19
“Warden Gordon Borden Goes a 'Courtin',” #5070, Script by Gordon and Lynne Farr, December 3, 1975
Box   3
Folder   20
“My Boy Guillermo,” #5071, Script by Sy Rosen, December 10, 1975
Box   3
Folder   21
“The Duke of Dunk,” #5072, Script by Douglas Arango and Phil Doran, December 16, 1975
Box   3
Folder   22
“The Boy Next Door,” #5073, Script by Hugh H. Wilson, January 20, 1976
Box   3
Folder   23
“Birth of a Salesman,” #5074, Script by Sy Rosen, January 13, 1976
Box   3
Folder   24
“Peeper Part II,” #5075, Script by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, January 27, 1976
Scripts, 1976-1977 Season
Box   3
Folder   25
“Jerry's Retirement,” #6051, Script, by Hugh Wilson, September 13, 1976
Box   3
Folder   26
“The Heartbreak Kidd,” #6052, Script by Sy Rosen, December 8, 1976
Box   3
Folder   27
“Of Mice or Men,” #6053, Script by Bruce Kane, September 27, 1976
Box   3
Folder   28
“Some of My Best Friends Are...,” #6054, Script by Pat Jones and Donald Reiker, June 28, 1976
Box   3
Folder   29
“Halls of Hartley,” #6055, Script by Michael Zinberg, November 16, 1976
Box   3
Folder   30
“Here's to You, Mrs. Robinson,” #6056, Script, by Lynne and Gordon Farr, September 20, 1976
Box   3
Folder   31
“Et Tu, Carol?,” #6058, Script by Gary David Goldberg, July 12, 1976
Box   3
Folder   32
“The Great Rent Strike,” #6059, Script by David Lloyd, June 15, 1976
Box   3
Folder   33
“Taxation Without Celebration,” #6060, Script by Sy Rosen, June 8, 1976
Box   3
Folder   34
“Still Crazy After All These Years,” #6061, Script by Hugh Wilson, July 19, 1976
Box   3
Folder   35
“Caged Fury,” #6062, Script by Gordon and Lynne Farr, June 22, 1976
Box   3
Folder   36
“Love is the Blindest,” #6063, Script by Gary Goldberg, November 3, 1976
Box   3
Folder   37
“A Crime Most Foul,” #6064, Script by Sy Rosen, September 7, 1976
Box   3
Folder   38
“The Ironwood Experience,” #6065, Script by Phil Davis, October 27, 1976
Box   3
Folder   39
“Enter Mrs. Peeper,” #6066, Script by Gordon and Lynn Farr, July 26, 1976
Box   3
Folder   40
“Send This Boy to Camp,” #6067, Script by David Lloyd, October 4, 1976
Box   3
Folder   41
“Breaking Up Is Hard to Do,” #6068, Script by Sy Rosen, November 10, 1976
Box   3
Folder   42
“The Mentor,” #6069, Script by Gary David Goldberg, January 19, 1977
Box   3
Folder   43
“The Slammer,” #6070, Script by Gordon and Lynne Farr, October 20, 1976
Box   3
Folder   44
“Desperate Sessions,” #6071, Script by Michael Zinberg and Martin Davidson, January 13, 1976
Box   3
Folder   45
“Making Up Is the Thing to Do,” #6072, Script by Gordon and Lynne Farr, November 17, 1976
Box   3
Folder   46
“Death Be My Destiny,” #6073, Script by Sy Rosen, December 14, 1976
Box   3
Folder   47
“Shrinking Violence,” #6074, Script by Sy Rosen, January 26, 1977
Box   3
Folder   48
“You're Having My Hartley,” #6075, Script by Gordon and Lynne Farr, February 2, 1977
Scripts, 1977-1978 Season
Box   4
Folder   1
“Bob's Change of Life,” #7051, Script by Glen Charles and Les Charles, July 12, 1977
Box   4
Folder   2
“A Jackie Story,” #7053, Script by Lloyd Garver, July 25, 1977
Box   4
Folder   3
“A Day in the Life,” #7504, Script by Kathy Donnell and Madeline DiMaggio Wagner, August 30, 1977
Box   4
Folder   4
“A Girl in Her Twenties,” #7055, Script by Laura Levine, October 4, 1977
Box   4
Folder   5
“Ex-Con Job,” #7056, Script by Ziggy Steinberg, August 15, 1977
Box   4
Folder   6
“Twas the Pie Before Christmas,” #7057, Script by Phil Davis, November 1, 1977
Box   4
Folder   7
“Who Was That Masked Man?,” #7058, Script by Glen Charles and Les Charles, August 21, 1977
Box   4
Folder   8
“My Son the Comedian,” #7059, Script by David Lloyd, September 12, 1977
Box   4
Folder   9
“Carlin's New Suit,” #7061, Script by Andrew Smith, July 18, 1977
Box   4
Folder   10
“Grizzly Emily,” #7062, Script by Laura Levine, November 15, 1977
Box   4
Folder   11
“You're Fired, Mr. Chips,” #7063, Script by Lloyd Garver, September 27, 1977
Box   4
Folder   12
“Shallow Throat,” #7064, Script by Earl Pomerantz, September 21, 1977
Box   4
Folder   13
“Emily Carlin, Emily Carlin,” #7065, Script by Laura Levine, November 29, 1977
Box   4
Folder   14
“Grand Delusion,” #7067, Script by Lloyd Garver, October 18, 1977
Box   4
Folder   15
“Group on a Hot Tin Roof,” #7068, Script by Andrew Smith, November 8, 1977
Box   4
Folder   16
“Freudian Slip,” #7069, Script by Earl Pomerantz, October 25, 1977
Box   4
Folder   17
“Son of Ex-Con Job,” #7070, Script by Emily Purdum Marshall, December 5, 1977
Box   4
Folder   18
“...Easy for You to Say,” #7071, Script by Andrew Smith, January 3, 1978
Box   4
Folder   19
“Carol Ankles for Indie-Prod,” #7072, Script by Lloyd Garver, January 10, 1978
Box   4
Folder   20
“It Didn't Happen One Night,” #7073, Script by Laura Levine, December 13, 1977
Box   4
Folder   21
“Crisis in Education,” #7074, Script by Earl Pomerantz, January 17, 1978
Box   4
Folder   22
“Happy Trails to You,” #7075, Script by Glen Charles, Les Charles,and Lloyd Garver, January 24, 1978
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Scripts, 1975-1976 Season
Box   4
Folder   23
Pilot, #6523, Script by David Lloyd, March 20, 1975
Box   4
Folder   24
“The Other Woman,” #5101, Script by David Lloyd, July 24, 1975
Box   4
Folder   25
“All Work and No Pay,” #5102, Script by Norman Barasch and Carroll Moore, July 17, 1975
Box   4
Folder   26
“Not My Bag,” #5103, Script by Adele and Burt Styler, undated
Box   4
Folder   27
“A Thief for All Seasons,” #5104, Script by Bruce Kane, September 15, 1975
Box   4
Folder   28
“Doc, Heal Thyself,” #5105, Script by Glen Charles and Les Charles, October 16, 1975
Box   4
Folder   29
“Get Me to the Church,” #5107, Script by David Lloyd, August 7, 1975
Box   4
Folder   30
“Upstairs, Downstairs,” #5108, Script by David Lloyd, August 28, 1975
Box   4
Folder   31
“Nurse Annie,” #5109, Script by Roy Kammerman, August 4, 1975
Box   4
Folder   32
“Benson Hedges,” #5110, Script by Sol Wendell and Beverly Gordon, Revised by Glen Charles and Les Charles, October 24, 1975
Box   4
Folder   33
“Quartet,” #5111, Script by Earl Pomerantz, September 6, 1975
Box   4
Folder   34
“Doc Versus Dog,” #5112, Script by Phil Davis, September 25, 1975
Box   4
Folder   35
“Fred's Wild Oats,” #5114, Script by David Lloyd, October 6, 1975
Box   4
Folder   36
“Operation Goldman,” #5115, Script by Dennis Klein, October 31, 1975
Box   4
Folder   37
“My Son, the Doctor,” #5116, Script by Tony Webster, November 6, 1975
Box   4
Folder   38
“The Rivalry,” #5117, Script by Robert Illes and James R. Stein, November 13, 1975
Box   4
Folder   39
“Facts of Life,” #5118, Script by Seth Freeman, November 20, 1975
Box   4
Folder   40
“And Baby Makes Eight,” #5119, Script by Tony Webster, December 4, 1975
Box   4
Folder   41
“A Little Bit of Soap,” #5120, Script by Dennis Klein, December 11, 1975
Box   4
Folder   42
“Great Expectations,” #5121, Script by Jack Mendelsohn and George Burditt, December 19, 1975
Box   5
Folder   1
“A Quiet Anniversary,” #5122, Script by David Lloyd, January 8, 1976
Box   5
Folder   2
“Oldies But Goodies,” #5123, Script by Seth Freeman, January 15, 1976
Box   5
Folder   3
“My Son, the Father,” #5124, Script by George Burditt and Jack Mendelsohn, January 30, 1976
Box   5
Folder   4
“The Death of the Turtle,” #5125, Script by Tony Webster, January 22, 1976
Scripts, 1976-1977 Season
Box   5
Folder   5
“Carry On Nurse...Please!” #6101, Script by Laurence Marks and Martin Cohan, August 5, 1976
Box   5
Folder   6
“A Little Night Visitor,” #6102, Script by Howard Albrecht and Sol Weinstein, August 12, 1976
Box   5
Folder   7
“Come Scrub With Me,” #6103, Script Story by Thad Mumford, Teleplay by Thad Mumford, Ed Jurist, and Wayne Kline, September 9, 1976
Box   5
Folder   8
“The Westside Clinic and Deli,” #6105, Script by Tom Reeder, September 23, 1976
Box   5
Folder   9
“Mama Doc,” #6107, Script Story by Ron Pearlman and Ed Jurist, Teleplay by Ed Jurist, September 30, 1976
Box   5
Folder   10
“EKG and Vote For Me,” #6108, Script by Howard Albrecht and Sol Weinstein, August 26, 1976
The Duck Factory
Scripts, 1983-1984 Season
Box   28
Folder   9
“Goodbye, Buddy, Hello, Skip,” #3601, Revised Final Draft, by Allan Burns, August 29, 1983, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   10
“Call Me Responsible,” #3602, Revised Final Draft, by Stuart Silverman, August 29, 1983
Box   28
Folder   11
“The Duck Stops Here,” #3603, Revised Final Draft, by John Steven Owen, September 1, 1983, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   12
“The Annies,” #3604, Revised Final Draft, by Barbara Hall, September 7, 1983, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   13
“No Good Deed...” #3605, Revised Final Draft, by Steve Kline, October 4, 1983, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   14
“You'll Always Love the One You Hurt,” #3606, Revised Final Draft, by Thad Mumford and Dan Wilcox, October 28, 1983, revised , January 18, 1984
Box   28
Folder   15
“Ordinary People, Too,” #3607, Revised Final Draft, by Bob Stevens, October 20, 1983, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   16
“Filling Buddy's Shoes,” #3608, Revised Final Draft, by John Steven Owen, September 30, 1983, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   17
“The Education of S*h*e*r*r*e*e W*i*n*k*l*e*r,” #3609, Revised Final Draft, by Jordan Moffet, November 4, 1983, revised , December 5, 1983
Box   28
Folder   18
“The Way We Weren't,” #3610, Revised Final Draft, by Katherine Green, November 18, 1983, revised , December 12, 1983
Box   28
Folder   19
“Can We Talk,” #3611, Revised Final Draft, by John Steven Owen, November 29, 1983, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   20
“The Children's Half-Hour,” #3612, Revised Final Draft, by Thad Mumford and Dan Wilcox, December 14, 1983, revised , January 9, 1984
Box   28
Folder   21
“It Didn't Happen One Night,” #3613, Revised Final Draft, by Jordan Moffet, January 5, 1984, revised , January 16, 1984
Eisenhower & Lutz
Scripts, 1987-1988 Season
Box   39
Folder   2
“The Whiplash Kid Returns: Part I,” #7701, Script by Allan Burns, October 9, 1987
Box   39
Folder   3
“The Whiplash Kid Returns: Part II,” #7702, Script by Allan Burns, October 19, 1987
Box   39
Folder   4
“A Blast from the Past,” #7703, Script by Allan Burns, November 6, 1987
Box   39
Folder   5
“The Hernia Chronicles,” #7704, Script by Dan Wilcox, December 7, 1987
Box   39
Folder   6
“Bud Junior Junior: Part I,” #7705, Script by Mark Egan and Mark Solomon, November 16, 1987
Box   39
Folder   7
“Bud Junior Junior: Part II,” #7706, Script by Mark Egan and Mark Solomon, January 18, 1988
Box   39
Folder   8
“Don't Change a Hair for Me,” #7707, Script by Shelley Zellman, November 23, 1987
Box   39
Folder   9
“Take My Ex-Wife Please,” #7708, Script by Dava Savel, December 14, 1987
Box   39
Folder   10
“Bud's Buddy,” #7710, Script by David Nichols, December 21, 1987
Box   39
Folder   11
“The Devil Wears a Toupee,” #7711, Script by Shelley Zellman, January 11, 1988
Box   39
Folder   12
“Pride and Prejudice,” #7712, Script by Gina Goldman, January 25, 1988
Box   39
Folder   13
“The Petrified Forrest,” #7713, Script by Burt Prelutsky, February 12, 1988
Box   39
Folder   14
“Play It Again, Bud,” #7714, Script by Shelley Zellman, Mark Egan and Mark Solomon, February 8, 1988
Friends and Lovers (The Paul Sand Show)
Scripts, 1974-1975 Season
Box   5
Folder   11
Pilot, #0311-5726-4494, Script by Allan Burns and James L. Brooks, February 22, 1974
Box   5
Folder   12
“Getting to First Bass,” #4201, Script by Steve Pritzker, July 22, 1974
Box   5
Folder   13
“Moran's the Man,” #4202, Script by Steve Gordon, June 29, 1974
Box   5
Folder   14
“The Groupie,” #4203, Script by Mary Kay Place and Linda Bloodworth, June 16, 1974
Box   5
Folder   15
“Dreyfuss and Dreyfuss, Associates,” (formerly “Design for Living”), #4204, Script by Monica and Andrew Johnson, September 16, 1974
Box   5
Folder   16
“The Big Fight,” #4205, Script by Phil Mishkin, July 29, 1974
Box   5
Folder   17
“The Cinderella Story, #4206, Script by Gordon Farr and Arnold Kane, August 12, 1974
Box   5
Folder   18
“All's Well That Ends,” #4207, Script by Coleman Mitchell and Geoffrey Neigher, September 9, 1974
Box   5
Folder   19
“Fiddler in the House,” #4208, Script by Allan Leicht, August 19, 1974
Box   5
Folder   20
“Love Thy Neighbor,” #4209, Script by Steve Gordon, August 26, 1974
Box   5
Folder   21
“Just the Ticket,” #4210, Script by Steve Pritzker, November 4, 1974
Box   5
Folder   22
“A Date with Robert,” #4211, Script by Mark Rothman and Lowell Ganz, October 7, 1974
Box   5
Folder   23
“Ben and Marge Are Back,” #4212, Script by Bud Wiser, September 23, 1974
Box   5
Folder   24
“Maid In the Snow,” #4213, Script by Monica McGowan Johnson, October 11, 1974
Box   5
Folder   25
“Smart Move,” #4214, Script by Bud Wiser, October 21, 1974
Box   5
Folder   26
“From Russia With Lust,” #4215, Script by Elias Davis and David Pollock, November 11, 1974
Hill Street Blues
Scripts, 1980-1981 Season
Box   5
Folder   27
“Hill Street Station,” (pilot), #0925, Script by Michael Kozoll and Steven Bochco, July 21, 1980
Box   5
Folder   28
“Presidential Fever,” #0401, Script by Michael Kozoll and Steven Bochco, October 10, 1980
Box   5
Folder   29
“Politics as Usual,” #0402, Script by Michael Kozoll and Steven Bochco, October 20, 1980
Box   5
Folder   30
“Can World War III Be an Attitude” (aka “Meanwhile Back at the Alamo”), #0403, Script by Michael Kozoll and Steven Bochco, November 13, 1980
Box   5
Folder   31
“Dressed to Kill,” #0404, Script by Michael Kozoll and Steven Bochco, November 10, 1980
Box   5
Folder   32
“Film at Eleven,” #0406, Script by Anthony Yerkovitch, November 21, 1980
Box   5
Folder   33
“Choice Cut,” #0407, Script by Lee David Zlotoff, December 3, 1980
Box   5
Folder   34
“Up In Arms,” #0405, Script by Geoffrey Fisher, Anthony Yerkovitch, Michael Kozoll, and Steven Bochco, December 12, 1980
Box   5
Folder   35
“Your Kind, My Kind, Human Kind,” #0408, Script by Bill Taub, Tony Yerkovitch, Michael Kozoll, Steven Bochco, December 22, 1980
Box   5
Folder   36
“Gatorbait,” #0409, Script by E. Jack Kaplan, January 5, 1981
Box   5
Folder   37
“Life, Death, Eternity, Etcetera,” #0410, Script by Gregory Hoblit and Lee David Zlotoff, January 8, 1981
Box   5
Folder   38
“I Never Promised You a Rose Marvin,” #0411, Script by Anthony Yerkovitch, February 3, 1981
Box   5
Folder   39
“Fecund Hand Rose,” #0412, Script by Alan Rachins, February 5, 1981
Box   5
Folder   40
“Rites of Spring,” #0413, Script by Michael Kozoll, Steven Bochco, and Anthony Yerkovitch, April 7, 1981
Box   6
Folder   1
“Jungle Madness,” #0414, Script by Michael Kozoll, Steven Bochco, and Anthony Yerkovitch, April 10, 1981
Scripts, 1981-1982 Season
Box   23
Folder   1
“Hearts and Minds,” #1401, Story by Michael Kozoll, teleplay by Bochco and Yerkovich, Steven Bochco, and Anthony Yerkovich; September 15, 1981
Box   23
Folder   2
“Blood Money,” #1402, Story by Kozoll, Bochco, and Yerkovich; teleplay by Bochco and Yerkovich, September 21, 1981
Box   23
Folder   3
“The Last White Man on East Ferry Avenue,” #1403, Story by Kozoll, Bochco, and Yerkovich; teleplay by Bochco, Yerkovich, and Robert Crais, September 28, 1981
Box   23
Folder   4
“The Second Oldest Profession,” #1404, Story by Kozoll, Bochco, and Yerkovich; teleplay by Bochco, Yerkovich, and Crais, October 8, 1981
Box   23
Folder   5
“Cranky Streets,” #1405, Story by Kozoll and Bochco; teleplay by Crais, November 3, 1981
Box   23
Folder   6
“Chipped Beef,” #1406, Story by Kozoll and Bochco; teleplay by Jeffrey Lewis, November 10, 1981
Box   23
Folder   7
“The World According to Freedom,” (formerly “Elwood's Day”), #1407, Script by Michael Wagner, November 25, 1981
Box   23
Folder   8
“Zen and the Art of Law Enforcement” (formerly “The Call of the Wild”), #1408, Script by Thom Thomas, Michael Kozoll, Steven Bochco, Anthony Yerkovich, Jeffrey Lewis, and Michael Wagner, January 25, 1982
Box   23
Folder   9
“Fruits of the Poisonous Tree,” #1409, Script by Jeffrey Lewis, October 16, 1981
Box   23
Folder   10
“Pestolozzi's Revenge,” #1410, Story by Kozoll and Bochco; teleplay by Yerkovich, Lewis and Wagner, December 18, 1981
Box   23
Folder   11
“The Spy Who Came in from Delgado,” #1411, Story by Kozoll and Bochco; teleplay by Bochco, Yerkovich, Lewis, and Wagner, December 15, 1981
Box   23
Folder   12
“Freedom's Last Stand,” #1412, Story by Kozoll and Bochco; teleplay by Bochco, Yerkovich, Lewis, and Wagner, January 4, 1982
Box   23
Folder   13
“Of Mouse and Man, #1413, Story by Kozoll and Bochco; teleplay by Bochco, Yerkovich, Lewis, and Wagner, January 13, 1982
Box   23
Folder   14
“The Young, the Beautiful and the Degraded,” #1414, Story by Kozoll and Bochco; teleplay by Yerkovich, Lewis, and Wagner, February 3, 1982
Box   24
Folder   1
“Some Like It Hot-Wired,” #1415, Story by Kozoll and Bochco; teleplay by Bochco, Yerkovich, Lewis, and Wagner, February 23, 1982
Box   24
Folder   2
“Personal Foul,” #1416, Script by Bochco, Yerkovich, Lewis, and Wagner, March 3, 1982
Box   24
Folder   3
“Shooter,” #1417, Script by Bochco, Yerkovich, Lewis, and Wagner, March 5, 1982
Box   24
Folder   4
“Invasion of the Third World Mutant Body Snatchers,” #1418, Script by Bochco, Yerkovich, Lewis, and Wagner, March 23, 1982
Scripts, 1982-1983 Season
Box   28
Folder   22
“Moon Over Uranus: the Final Legacy, #2401, Revised Final Draft, by Anthony Yerkovich, Michael Wagner, David Milch, and Jeffrey Lewis, December 23, 1982, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   23
“Officer of the Year,” #2402, Revised Final Draft, by Karen Hall, August 3, 1982, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   24
“Trial by Fury,” #2403, Revised Final Draft, by David Milch, August 16, 1982, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   25
“Moon Over Uranus,” #2404, Revised Final Draft, by Josh Gun, Steven Bochco, and Jeffrey Lewis, December 2, 1982, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   26
“Stan the Man,” #2405, Revised Final Draft, by David Milch, August 23 1982, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   27
“Domestic Beef,” #2407, Revised Final Draft, by Anthony Yerkovich, Jeffrey Lewis, and Michael Wagner, June 28, 1982, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   28
“Heat Rash,” #2409, Revised Final Draft, by Anthony Yerkovich, Jeffrey Lewis, and Michael Wagner, June 13, 1982, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   29
“Rain of Terror,” #2410, Revised Final Draft, by Anthony Yerkovich, Jeffrey Lewis, and Michael Wagner, July 26, 1982, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   30
“Little Boil Blue,” #2411, Revised Final Draft, by Robert Earll, September 9, 1982, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   31
“Requiem for a Hairbag,” #2412, Revised Final Draft, by Mark Frost, September 22, 1982, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   32
“A Hair of the Dog,” #2413, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Anthony Yerkovich, and Jeffrey Lewis, October 5, 1982, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   33
“Phantom of the Hill,” #2414, Revised Final Draft, by Michael Wagner and David Milch, October 13, 1982, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   34
“No Body's Perfect,” #2415, Revised Final Draft, by Michael Wagner and David Milch, October 25, 1982, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   35
“Santa Claustrophobia,” #2416, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Anthony Yerkovich, and Jeffrey Lewis, November 3, 1982, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   36
“Gung-Ho,” #2417, Revised Final Draft, by David Milch, Jeffrey Lewis, and Michael Wagner, November 12, 1982, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   37
“Moon Over Uranus: the Sequel,” #2418, Revised Final Draft, by Mark Frost, December 13, 1982, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   38
“Belles of St. Mary's,” #2419, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Jeffrey Lewis, and Anthony Yerkovich, January 7, 1983, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   39
“Life in the Minors,” #2420, Revised Final Draft, by Michael Wagner, David Milch, and Karen Hall, January 17, 1983, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   40
“Eugene's Comedy Empire Strikes Back,” #2421, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Anthony Yerkovich, and Jeffrey Lewis, January 28, 1983, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   41
“Spotlight on Rico,” #2422, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Jeffrey Lewis, and Michael Wagner, February 14, 1983, with later revisions
Box   28
Folder   42
“Buddy, Can You Spare a Heart?” #2423, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Anthony Yerkovich, and Jeffrey Lewis, February 25, 1983, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   1
“A Hill of Beans,” #2424, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Jeffrey Lewis, and Michael Wagner, March 10, 1983, with later revisions
Scripts, 1983-1984 Season
Box   29
Folder   2
“Ba-Bing, Ba-Bing,” #3401, Revised Final Draft, by Karen Hall, June 30, 1983, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   3
“The Long Law of the Arm,” #3402, Revised Final Draft, by Michael Wagner, July 13, 1983, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   4
“Death by Kiki,” #3403, Revised Final Draft, by David Milch and Mark Frost, July 20, 1983, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   5
“Doris in Wonderland,” #3404, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Jeffrey Lewis, and David Milch, August 1, 1983, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   6
“Praise Dilaudid,” #3405, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Jeffrey Lewis, and David Milch, August 11, 1983, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   7
“Goodbye Mr. Scripps” (formerly “Let Scripps Do It”), #3406, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Jeffrey Lewis, and David Milch, September 7, 1983, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   8
“Here's Adventure, Here's Romance,” #3407, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Jeffrey Lewis, and David Milch, August 25, 1983, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   9
“The Russians Are Coming,” #3408, Revised Final Draft, by Jeffrey Lewis and Dennis Cooper, revised September 23, 1983, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   10
“Midway to What?” #3409, Revised Final Draft, by Jeffrey Lewis and David Milch, September 29, 1983, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   11
“Honk if You're a Goose,” #3410, Revised Final Draft, by Jeffrey Lewis and David Milch, October 14, 1983, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   12
“Ratman and Bobbin,” #3412, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Jeffrey Lewis, and David Milch, November 3, 1983, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   13
“Nichols from Heaven,” #3413, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Jeffrey Lewis, and David Milch, November 15, 1983, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   14
“Fuchs Me? Fuchs You!” #3414, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Jeffrey Lewis, and David Milch, December 1, 1983, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   15
“Grace Under Pressure,” #3415, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Jeffrey Lewis, and David Milch, December 15, 1983, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   16
“The Other Side of Oneness,” #3416, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Jeffrey Lewis, and David Milch, December 23, 1983, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   17
“Parting Is Such Sweep Sorrow,” #3417, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Jeffrey Lewis, and David Milch, January 8, 1984, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   18
“The End of Logan's Run,” #3418, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Jeffrey Lewis, and David Milch, January 17, 1984, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   19
“The Count of Monty Tasco,” #3419, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Jeffrey Lewis, and David Milch, January 30, 1984, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   20
“Nutcracker Suite,” #3420, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Jeffrey Lewis, and David Milch, February 10, 1984, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   21
“Hair Apparent,” #3421, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Jeffrey Lewis, David Milch, and Mark Frost, February 28, 1984, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   22
“Lucky Ducks,” #3422, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Jeffrey Lewis, David Milch, and Karen Hall, March 9, 1984, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   23
“Eva's Brawn,” #3423, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Jeffrey Lewis, and David Milch, March 22, 1984, with later revisions
Scripts, 1984-1985 Season
Box   29
Folder   24
“Mayo, Hold the Picture,” #4401, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Jeffrey Lewis, and David Milch, June 14, 1984, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   25
“Watt a Way to Go,” #4402, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Jeffrey Lewis, and David Milch, June 21, 1984, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   26
“The Rise and Fall of Paul 'the Wall,'” #4403, Revised Final Draft, by Jacob Epstein and Michael Wagner, September 4, 1984, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   27
“Rookie Nookie,” #4404, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Jeffrey Lewis, David Milch, and Mark Frost, July 11, 1984, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   28
“Fowl Play,” #4405, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Jeffrey Lewis, and David Milch, July 16, 1984, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   29
“Bangladesh Slowly,” #4406, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Jeffrey Lewis, and David Milch, August 6, 1984, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   30
“Blues for Mr. Green,” #4407, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Jeffrey Lewis, and David Milch, September 14, 1984, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   31
“Ewe and Me, Babe,” #4408, Revised Final Draft, by Floyd Byars, August 22, 1984, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   32
“Fuched Again,” #4409, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Jeffrey Lewis, and David Milch, September 27, 1984, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   33
“Low Blow,” #4410, Revised Final Draft, by Steven Bochco, Jeffrey Lewis, and David Milch, October 12, 1984, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   34
“Last Chance Salon,” #4411, Revised Final Draft, by Roger Director, October 23, 1984, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   35
“Intestinale Fortitude,” #4412, Revised Final Draft, by Ella Katz and David Stenn, November 1, 1984, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   36
“Of Human Garbage,” #4413, Revised Final Draft, by Jeffrey Lewis, David Milch, Mark Frost, and Jacob Epstein, November 9, 1984, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   37
“Dr. Hoof and Mouth,” #4414, Revised Final Draft, by David Stenn and Elia Katz, November 21, 1984, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   38
“Davenport in a Storm,” #4415, Revised Final Draft, by Jeffrey Lewis, David Mitch, Mark Frost, and Roger Director, December 11, 1984, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   39
“Washington Deceased,” #4416, Revised Final Draft, by Frank South, December 20, 1984, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   1
“Passage to Libya,” #4417, Revised Final Draft, by David Milch, Jacob Epstein, and Ella Katz, January 7, 1985, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   2
“El Capitan,” #4418, Revised Final Draft, by Jeffrey Lewis, David Milch, Roger Director, and Ella Katz, January 16, 1985, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   3
“The Life and Time of Domenic Florio, Jr.,” #4419, Revised Final Draft, by Jeffrey Lewis, David Milch, Mark Frost, and Jacob Epstein, February 5, 1985, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   4
“G.Q.,” #4420, Revised Final Draft, by Jeffrey Lewis, Roger Director, Jacob Epstein, and Elia Katz, February 12, 1985, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   40
“Queen for a Day,” #4421, Revised Final Draft, by David Milch, Mark Frost, Jacob Epstein, and Elia Katz, February 21, 1985, with later revisions
Box   29
Folder   41
“You're in Alice's,” #4422, Revised Final Draft, by Jeffrey Lewis, David Milch, Roger Director, and Jacob Epstein, March 28, 1985, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   5
“Grin and Bear It,” #4423, Revised Final Draft, by Jeffrey Lewis, David Milch, Mark Frost, and Ella Katz, April 3, 1985, with later revisions
Scripts, 1985-1986 Season
Box   35
Folder   1
“Hacked to Pieces,” #5401, Script by Jeffrey Lewis and David Milch, last revised September 4, 1985
Box   35
Folder   2
“Seoul on Ice,” #5402, Script by Jeffrey Lewis and David Milch, last revised August 25, 1985
Box   35
Folder   3
“In the Belly of the Bus,” #5403, Script by Jeffrey Lewis, David Milch, Walon Green and Jacob Epstein, last revised August 7, 1985
Box   35
Folder   4
“I Want My Hill Street Blues,” #5404, Script by John Mankiewicz and Russ Woody, last revised December 17, 1985
Box   35
Folder   5
“An Oy For an Oy,” #5405, Script by Ella Katz and Jacob Epstein, last revised October 25, 1985
Box   35
Folder   6
“Fathers and Huns,” #5406, Script by Walon Green, last revised August 16, 1985
Box   35
Folder   7
“Blues in the Night,” #5407, Script by Steven Bochco, Jacob Epstein, Walon Green, Barry Kaplan, Jeffrey Lewis, and David Milch, last revised September 3, 1985
Box   35
Folder   8
“Oh You Kid,” #5408, Script by Robert Ward, last revised September 26, 1985
Box   35
Folder   9
“Somewhere Over the Rambo,” #5410, Script by, Jacob Epstein, Walon Green, and Dick Wolf, last revised September 20, 1985
Box   35
Folder   10
“Jagga the Hunk,” #5411, Script by Jeffrey Lewis, David Milch, Dick Wolf, Walon Green, and Jacob Epstein, last revised February 18, 1986
Box   35
Folder   11
“Larry of Arabia,” #5412, Script by Jerry Brown, Jacob Epstein, Jeffrey Lewis, David Milch, and John See, last revised February 6, 1986
Box   35
Folder   12
“The Virgin and the Turkey,” #5413, Script by Jeffrey Lewis, Walon Green, Robert Ward, and David Milch, last revised November 19, 1985
Box   35
Folder   13
“Come and Get It,” #5414, Script by Robert Schlitt, last revised March 20, 1986
Box   35
Folder   14
“Two Easy Pieces,” #5417, Script by Jeffrey Lewis, David Milch, Walon Green, Jacob Epstein, Dick Wolf, and Robert Ward, last revised December 9, 1985
Box   35
Folder   15
“Say It As It Plays,” #5418, Script by Jeffrey Lewis, David Milch, Dick Wolf, Walon Green, Jacob Epstein, and Robert Ward, last revised November 20, 1985
Box   35
Folder   16
“Remembrance of Hits Past,” #5420, Script by Jeffrey Lewis, David Milch, and Walon Green, last revised January 22, 1986
Box   35
Folder   17
“What Are Friends For?” #5422, Script by Dick Wolf, last revised October 25, 1985
Box   35
Folder   18
“Das Blues,” #5423, Script by Jeffrey Lewis, David Milch, Robert Ward, Jacob Epstein, and Dick Wolf, last revised January 2, 1986
Box   35
Folder   19
“Scales of Justice,” #5425, Script by Jeffrey Lewis, David Milch, Jacob Epstein, Dick Wolf, and Robert Ward, last revised December 31, 1985
Box   35
Folder   20
“Iced Coffey,” #5426, Script by Jeffrey Lewis, David Milch, Robert Schlitt, Duncan Smith, Robert Ward, and Dick Wolf, last revised February 13, 1986
Box   35
Folder   21
“Look Homeward Ninja,” #5427, Script by Jeffrey Lewis, David Milch, and Walon Green, last revised February 24, 1986
Box   35
Folder   22
“Slum Enchanted Evening,” #5428, Script by Walon Green, Jonathan Lemkin, Mike Wagner, and Robert Ward, last revised March 11, 1986
Scripts, 1986-1987 Season
Box   39
Folder   15
“A Wasted Weekend,” #6401, Script by David Mamet, October 22, 1987
Box   40
Folder   1
“Sorry Wrong Number,” #6402, Script by Ron Koertge, February 2,1987
Box   40
Folder   2
“The Runner Falls on His Kisser,” #6403, Script by Jody Taylor Worth, March 9, 1987
Box   40
Folder   3
“More Skinned Against Than Skinning,” #6405, Script by David Black, October 7, 1986
Box   40
Folder   4
“She's So Fein,” #6406, Script by Marjorie David, October 20, 1986
Box   40
Folder   5
“Say Uncle,” #6408, Script by John Romano, October 20, 1986
Box   40
Folder   6
“A Case of Klapp,” #6411, Script by Terry Curtis Fox, August 22, 1986
Box   40
Folder   7
“The Best Defense,” #6412, Script by Steve Bello, Robert Ward and Jonathan Lemkin, October 1, 1986
Box   40
Folder   8
“Bald Ambition,” #6413, Script by Jeffrey Lewis, July 25, 1986
Box   40
Folder   9
“I Come on My Knees,” #6414, Script by David Milch, September 2, 1986
Box   40
Folder   10
“Amazing Grace,” #6416, Script by Robert Ward, November 6, 1986
Box   40
Folder   11
“ Fathers and Guns,” #6417, Script by Jeffrey Lewis, September 26, 1986
Box   40
Folder   12
“Falling from Grace,” #6418, Script by Terry Curtis Fox, November 18, 1986
Box   40
Folder   13
“Suitcase,” #6420, Script by David Milch and John Romano, September 19, 1986
Box   41
Folder   1
“City of Refuse,” #6422, Script by Peter Silverman, November 7, 1986
Box   41
Folder   2
“Der Roachenkavalier,” #6423, Script by Christian Williams and Bob Woodward, November 19, 1986
Box   41
Folder   3
“Norman Conquest,” #6425, Script by Steve Bello, December 5, 1986
Box   41
Folder   4
“The Cookie Crumbles,” #6426, Script by Robert Ward, January 5, 1986
Box   41
Folder   5
“Dogbreath Afternoon,” #6428, Script by George Goldsmith and Jeff Melvoin, January 19, 1987
Box   41
Folder   6
“A Pound of Flesh,” #6429, Script by Christian Williams, February 17, 1987
Box   41
Folder   7
“Days of Swine and Roses,” #6430, Script by David Black and John Litvack, January 27, 1987
Box   41
Folder   8
“It Ain't Over Till It's Over,” #6431, Script by Jeffrey Lewis, David Milch and John Romano, March 11, 1987
The Last Resort
Scripts, 1979-1980? Season
Box   6
Folder   2
Pilot, Script by Gary David Goldberg, March 11, 1979
Box   6
Folder   3
“Zach in Love,” #9201, Script by Patricia Jones and Donald Reiker, July 24, 1979
Box   6
Folder   4
“High School Confidential,” #9202, Script by Lloyd Garver, June 18, 1979
Box   6
Folder   5
“Let Them Eat Cake,” #9203, Script by Marty Nadler, July 17, 1979
Box   6
Folder   6
“Whodunit,” #9204, Script by Gary David Goldberg, July 31, 1979
Box   6
Folder   7
“Zegelmania,” #9207, Script by Joanne Pagliaro, October 10, 1979
Box   6
Folder   8
“And Murray Makes Three,” #9208, Script by Marty Nadler, August 21, 1979
Box   6
Folder   9
“Girlfriends,” #9210, Script by Patricia Jones and Donald Reiker, September 25, 1979
Box   6
Folder   10
“Here Comes the Bride,” #9211, Script by Donald Reiker and Lloyd Garver, September 11, 1979
Box   6
Folder   11
“Dorm Window,” #9212, Script by Lloyd Garver, Gary David Goldberg, and Marty Nadler, September 18, 1979
Box   6
Folder   12
“Not a Prayer,” #9213, Script by Rich Reinhart, October 23, 1979
Box   6
Folder   13
“Father's Day,” #9215, Script by Patricia Jones and Donald Reiker, October 16, 1979
Box   6
Folder   14
“The Price of Love,” #9216, Script by Marty Nadler and Lloyd Garver, November 6, 1979
Box   6
Folder   15
“A Very Little Romance,” #9217, Script by Patricia Jones and Donald Reiker, November 13, 1979
Box   6
Folder   16
“Is There a Doctor in the House,” #9219, Script by Rich Reinhart, November 27, 1979
Lou Grant
Scripts, 1977-1978 Season
Box   6
Folder   17
“Cophouse,” #7501, Script by Leon Tokatyan, June 22, 1977
Box   6
Folder   18
“Scoop,” #7502, Script by Gene Kearney, September 12, 1977
Box   6
Folder   19
“Hoax,” #7503, Script by Gordon Dawson, June 21, 1977
Box   6
Folder   20
“Barrio,” #7504, Script by Seth Freeman, August 2, 1977
Box   6
Folder   21
“Nazi” #7505, Script by Robert Schlitt, August 2, 1977
Box   6
Folder   22
“Aftershock,” #7506, Script by Del Reisman, July 27, 1977
Box   6
Folder   23
“Christmas,” #7507, Script by David Lloyd, October 11, 1977
Box   6
Folder   24
“Judge,” #7508, Script by Leon Tokatyan, September 2, 1977
Box   6
Folder   25
“Henhouse,” #7509, Script by Leonore Thuna, July 20, 1977
Box   6
Folder   26
“Hostages,” #7510, Script by Seth Freeman, July 12, 1977
Box   6
Folder   27
“Renewal,” #7511, Script by Ken Trevey, November 16, 1977
Box   6
Folder   28
“Housewarming,” #7512, Script by Leonora Thuna, October 3, 1977
Box   6
Folder   29
“Takeover,” #7513, Script by Leon Tokatyan, October 24, 1977
Box   6
Folder   30
“Airliner,” #7514, Script by Charles Einstein, October 14, 1977
Box   6
Folder   31
“Psych-Out,” #7515, Script by Seth Freeman, September 20, 1977
Box   6
Folder   32
“Sports,” #7516, Script by Bud Freeman, November 14, 1977
Box   6
Folder   33
“Sect,” #7517, Script by Michele Gallery, December 19, 1977
Box   6
Folder   34
“Hero,” #7518, Script by Seth Freeman, November 30, 1977
Box   6
Folder   35
“Spies,” #7519, Script by Leon Tokatyan, January 16, 1978
Box   6
Folder   36
“Scandal,” #7520, Script by Seth Freeman, December 29, 1977
Box   7
Folder   1
“Poison,” #7521, Script by Michele Gallery, January 23, 1978
Box   7
Folder   2
“Physical,” #7522, Script by David Lloyd, January 30, 1978
Scripts, 1978-1979 Season
Box   7
Folder   3
“Prisoner,” #8501, Script by Seth Freeman, June 6, 1978
Box   7
Folder   4
“Pills,” #8502, Script by Michele Gallery, June 15, 1978
Box   7
Folder   5
“Slaughter,” #8503, Script by Bud Freeman, July 25, 1978
Box   7
Folder   6
“Murder,” #8504, Script by Gary David Goldberg, June 20, 1978
Box   7
Folder   7
“Mob,” #8505, Script by Leon Tokatyan, June 29, 1978
Box   7
Folder   8
“Singles,” #8506, Script by Gina Fredrica Goldman and Sally Robinson, August 14, 1978
Box   7
Folder   9
“Denial,” #8507, Script by Leonora Thuna, September 1, 1978
Box   7
Folder   10
“Hooker,” #8508, Script by Seth Freeman, July 12, 1978
Box   7
Folder   11
“Dying,” #8509, Script by Michele Gallery, August 3, 1978
Box   7
Folder   12
“Schools,” #8510, Script by Gary David Goldberg, August 24, 1978
Box   7
Folder   13
“Vet,” #8511, Script by Leon Tokatyan, November 6, 1978
Box   7
Folder   14
“Babies,” #8512, Script by David Lloyd, September 19, 1978
Box   7
Folder   15
“Conflict,” #8513, Script by Michele Gallery, September 26, 1978
Box   7
Folder   16
“Fire,” #8514, Script by Seth Freeman, October 5, 1978
Box   7
Folder   17
“Scam,” #8515, Script by Gary David Goldberg, October 18, 1978
Box   7
Folder   18
“Samaritan,” #8516, Script by Elliot West, October 25, 1978
Box   7
Folder   19
“Sweep,” #8517, Script by Steve Kline, November 14, 1978
Box   7
Folder   20
“Marathon,” #8518, Script by Gene Reynolds, November 29, 1978
Box   7
Folder   21
“Hit,” #8519, Script by Michele Gallery, December 7, 1978
Box   7
Folder   23
“Home,” #8520, Script by Gary David Goldberg, January 8, 1979
Box   7
Folder   24
“Bomb,” #8521, Script by Seth Freeman, January 17, 1979
Box   7
Folder   25
“Convention,” #8522, Script by David Lloyd, December 21, 1978
Box   7
Folder   26
“Skids,” #8523, Script by Steve Kline, January 23, 1979
Box   7
Folder   27
“Romance,” #8524, Script by Michele Gallery, February 5, 1979
Scripts, 1979-1980 Season
Box   7
Folder   28
“Slammer,” #9501, Script by Johnny Dawkins, June 11, 1979
Box   7
Folder   29
“Witness,” #9502, Script by Gary David Goldberg, August 13, 1979
Box   7
Folder   30
“Hype,” #9503Script by Michele Gallery, July 23, 1979
Box   7
Folder   31
“Cop,” #9504, Script by Seth Freeman, June 20, 1979
Box   7
Folder   32
“Charlatan,” #9505, Script by Michael Vittes, July 10, 1979
Box   7
Folder   33
“Expose,” #9507, Script by David Lloyd, June 4, 1979
Box   7
Folder   34
“Frame-Up,” #9508, Script by Steve Kline, June 27, 1979
Box   7
Folder   35
“Andrew, Part I: Premonition,” #9509, Script by Seth Freeman, August 30, 1979
Box   7
Folder   36
“Gambling,” #9510, Script by Bud Freeman, July 31, 1979
Box   7
Folder   37
“Kids,” #9511, Script by Michael Vittes and Shep Green, October 3, 1979
Box   8
Folder   1
“Indians,” #9512, Script by April Smith, October 29, 1979
Box   8
Folder   2
“Hollywood,” #9513, Script by Michele Gallery, September 24, 1979
Box   8
Folder   3
“Kidnap,” #9514, Script by Bud Freeman, August 22, 1979
Box   8
Folder   4
“Andrew, Part II: Trial,” #9515, Script by Seth Freeman, September 17, 1979
Box   8
Folder   5
“Censored,” #9516, Script by Joanne Pagliano, November 29, 1979
Box   8
Folder   6
“Brushfire,” #9517, Script by Allan Burns and Gene Reynolds, October 11, 1979
Box   8
Folder   7
“Coverup,” #9518, Script by Paul Ehrmann, November 6, 1979
Box   8
Folder   8
“Inheritance,” #9519, Script by April Smith, November 16, 1979
Box   8
Folder   9
“Lou,” #9520, Script by Michele Gallery, December 7, 1979
Box   8
Folder   10
“Blackout,” #9521, Script by Steve Kline, December 17, 1979
Box   8
Folder   11
“Dogs,” #9522, Script by Seth Freeman, January 8, 1980
Box   8
Folder   12
“Influence,” #9523, Script by April Smith, January 18, 1980
Box   8
Folder   13
“Hazard,” #9524, Script by Michele Gallery, January 24, 1980
Box   8
Folder   14
“Guns,” #9525, Script by Seth Freeman, Febuary 5, 1980
Scripts, 1980-1981 Season
Box   8
Folder   15
“Harassment,” #0501, Script by April Smith, June 10, 1980
Box   8
Folder   16
“Pack,” #0502, Script by Steve Kline, June 18, 1980
Box   8
Folder   17
“Sting,” #0503, Script by Patt Shea and Harriett Weiss, July 1, 1980
Box   8
Folder   18
“Nightside,” #0504, Script by Michele Gallery, June 3, 1980
Box   8
Folder   19
“Streets,” #0505, Script by Bud Freeman, October 22, 1980
Box   8
Folder   20
“Libel,” #0506, Script by William Hopkins, October 16, 1980
Box   8
Folder   21
“Goop,” #0507, Script by Seth Freeman, July 9, 1980
Box   8
Folder   22
“Depression,” #0508, Script by Gene Reynolds, March 2, 1981
Box   8
Folder   23
“Venice,” #0509, Script by Harriett Weiss and Patt Shea, January 14, 1981
Box   8
Folder   24
“Strike,” #0510, Script by April Smith, December 23, 1980
Box   8
Folder   25
“Catch,” #0511, Script by Michele Gallery, November 4, 1980
Box   8
Folder   26
“Boomerang,” #0512, Script by Steve Kline, November 24, 1980
Box   8
Folder   27
“Campesinos,” #0513, Script by Michael Vittes, January 28, 1981
Box   8
Folder   28
“Generations,” #0514, Script by Johnny Dawkins, December 2, 1980
Box   8
Folder   29
“Search,” #0515
Box   8
Folder   30
“Rape,” #0516, Script by Seth Freeman, November 5, 1980
Box   8
Folder   31
“Survival,” #0517, Script by April Smith, January 7, 1981
Box   8
Folder   32
“Business,” #0518, Script by Steve Kline, February 4, 1981
Box   8
Folder   33
“Violence,” #0519, Script by Johnny Dawkins, February 20, 1981
Box   8
Folder   34
“Stroke,” Script #0520 by April Smith, March 10, 1981
Box   8
Folder   35
“Risk,” #0521, Script by Seth Freeman, March 20, 1981
Box   8
Folder   36
“Double-Cross,” #0522, Script by Michele Gallery, March 31, 1981
Scripts, 1981-1982 Season
Box   24
Folder   5
“Wedding,” #1501, Script by Seth Freeman, September 11, 1981
Box   24
Folder   6
“Execution,” #1502, Script by April Smith, September 22, 1981
Box   24
Folder   7
“Reckless,” #1503, Script by Steve Kline, October 9, 1981
Box   24
Folder   8
“Hometown,” #1504, Script by Michele Gallery, October 7, 1981
Box   24
Folder   9
“Drifters,” #1505, Script by Bud Freeman, October 28, 1981
Box   24
Folder   10
“Jazz,” #1506, Script by Rogers Turrentine, November 18, 1981
Box   24
Folder   11
“Ghosts,” #1507, Script by April Smith, November 13, 1981
Box   24
Folder   12
“Hunger,” #1508, Script by Gene Reynolds, January 7, 1982
Box   24
Folder   13
“Cameras,” #1509, Script by David Lloyd, December 9, 1981
Box   24
Folder   14
“Friends,” #1510, Script by Seth Freeman, November 2, 1981
Box   25
Folder   1
“Immigrants,” #1511, Script by Steve Kline, January 5, 1982
Box   25
Folder   2
“Review,” #1512, Script by Jeffrey Lane, December 21, 1981
Box   25
Folder   3
“Recovery,” #1513, Script by Michele Gallery, January 27, 1982
Box   25
Folder   4
“Obituary,” #1514, Script by April Smith, January 26-27, 1982
Box   25
Folder   5
“Blacklist,” #1515, Script by Seth Freeman, February 9, 1982
Box   25
Folder   6
“Law,” #1516, Script by Steve Kline, February 17, 1982
Box   25
Folder   7
“Fireworks,” #1517, Script by Michele Gallery, February 26, 1982
Box   25
Folder   8
“Unthinkable,” #1519, Script by April Smith, March 9, 1982
Box   25
Folder   9
“Beachhead,” #1520, Script by Gene Reynolds, March 29, 1982
Box   25
Folder   10
“Victims,” #1521, Script by Steve Kline, April 20, 1982
Box   25
Folder   11
“Suspect,” #1522, Script by Seth Freeman, March 22, 1982
Box   25
Folder   12
“Charlie,” #1523, Script by Michele Gallery, April 21, 1982
Mary
Scripts, 1985-1986 Season
Box   35
Folder   23
“From Pillar to POST” (Pilot), #5601, Script by Ken Levine and David Isaacs, last revised October 11, 1985
Box   35
Folder   24
“Make My Day,” #5602, Script by Ken Levine and David Isaacs, last revised October 25, 1985
Box   35
Folder   25
“Chicago Hi-Lo,” #5603, Script by Dennis Koenig, last revised October 31, 1985
Box   35
Folder   26
“Everyone's a Critic,” #5604, Script by Tom Straw, last revised November 14, 1985
Box   35
Folder   27
“We Get Letters,” #5606, Script by Merrill Markoe, last revised November 21, 1985
Box   35
Folder   28
“Same Old Song,” #5607, Script by Ken Levine and David Isaacs, last revised December 6, 1985
Box   35
Folder   29
“Beans,” #5608, Script by Douglas Wyman, last revised January 9, 1986
Box   35
Folder   30
“The Forest for the Trees,” #5609, Script by Emily Marshall, last revised December 20, 1985
Box   35
Folder   31
“Table for Two,” #5611, Script by Emily Marshall, last revised January 21, 1986
Box   35
Folder   32
“Mr. Lucky,” #5612, Script by Dennis Koenig, last revised January 28, 1986
Box   35
Folder   33
“And the Winner Is...,” #5613, Script by Emily Marshall, last revised February 14, 1986
Box   35
Folder   34
“Little Jo,” #5614, Script by Tom Straw, last revised February 28, 1986
Box   35
Folder   35
“Steppin' Out With Mary Brenner,” #5616, Script by Jennifer Tilly, last revised March 14, 1986
The “Mary” Show
Box   9
Folder   1
Script, #0104, October 1, 1978
Box   9
Folder   2
Script, #0105, September 24, 1978
Box   9
Folder   3
Script, #0105, October 8, 1978
The Mary Tyler Moore Comedy Hour
Box   9
Folder   4
Script, #0131, November 30, 1978
Box   9
Folder   5
Script, #0132, December 6, 1978
Box   9
Folder   6
Script, #0133, December 13, 1978
Box   9
Folder   7
Script, #0134, January 9, 1979
Box   9
Folder   8
Script, #0135, January 16, 1979
Box   9
Folder   9
Script, #0136, January 31, 1979
Box   9
Folder   10
Script, #0137, February 6, 1979
Box   9
Folder   11
Script, #0138, February 21, 1979
Box   9
Folder   12
Script, #0139, February 28, 1979
Box   9
Folder   13
Script, #0140, March 14, 1979
Box   9
Folder   14
Script, #0141, March 20, 1979
The Mary Tyler Moore Show
Audio 1112A
Theme Music from Show
U.S. Mss 162AN
Scripts, 1970-1971 Season
Box   9
Folder   15
“The Snow Must Go On,” #7003, Script by David Davis and Lorenzo Music, May 8, 1970
Box   9
Folder   16
“1040 or Fight,” #7012, Script by David Davis and Lorenzo Music, July 30, 1970
Box   9
Folder   17
“Anchorman Overboard,” #7018, Script by Lorenzo Music, October 12, 1970
Scripts, 1971-1972 Season
“More Than Neighbors,” #7101
Box   9
Folder   18
Script by Steve Pritzker, April 9, 1971
Box   9
Folder   19
Script by Steve Pritzker (revised July 21, 1971), July 23, 1971
“Cover Boy,” #7102
Box   9
Folder   20
Script by Treva Silverman, April 6, 1971
Box   9
Folder   21
Script by Treva Silverman (revised June 16, 1971), June 18, 1971
Box   9
Folder   22
“Thoroughly Unmilitant Mary,” #7103, Script by Martin Cohan, April 21, 1971
Box   9
Folder   23
“I Am Curious -- Cooper,” #7105, Script by David Davis and Lorenzo Music, June 18, 1971
“...Is a Friend in Need,” #7106
Box   9
Folder   24
Script by Susan Silver, April 23, 1971
Box   9
Folder   25
Script by Susan Silver (revised August 4, 1971), August 6, 1971
“He's No Heavy -- He's My Brother,” #7107
Box   9
Folder   26
Script by Allan Burns, April 12, 1971
Box   9
Folder   27
Script by Allan Burns (revised July 14, 1971), July 16, 1971
Box   9
Folder   28
“The Birds and...Um...Bees,” #7108, Script by Treva Silverman, May 5, 1971
Box   9
Folder   29
“And Now, Sitting in for Ted Baxter,” #7109, Script by Steve Pritzker, August 27, 1971
“A Girl's Best Mother Is Not Her Friend,” #7110
Box   9
Folder   30
Script by David Davis and Lorenzo Music, May 25, 1971
Box   9
Folder   31
Script by David Davis and Lorenzo Music (revised June 30, 1971), July 2, 1971
“Didn't You Used to Be...Wait...Don't Tell Me,” #7111
Box   9
Folder   32
Script by Allan Burns, May 13, 1971
Box   9
Folder   33
Script by Allan Burns (revised July 28, 1971), July 30, 1971
“You Certainly Are a Big Boy!” #7113
Box   9
Folder   34
Script by Martin Cohan, July 27, 1971
Box   9
Folder   35
Script by Martin Cohan (revised September 15, 1971), September 17, 1971
“The Care and Feeding of Parents,” #7114
Box   9
Folder   36
Script by Dick Clair and Jenna McMahon, July 20, 1971
Box   9
Folder   37
Script by Dick Clair and Jenna McMahon (revised October 13, 1971), October 15, 1971
“Room 223,” #7115
Box   9
Folder   38
Script by Susan Silver, June 28, 1971
Box   10
Folder   1
Script by Susan Silver (revised August 11, 1971), August 13, 1971
“Don't Break the Chain,” #7116
Box   10
Folder   2
Script by David Davis and Lorenzo Music, August 9, 1971
Box   10
Folder   3
Script by David Davis and Lorenzo Music (revised September 1, 1971), September 3, 1971
“The Square Shaped Room,” #7117
Box   10
Folder   4
Script by Susan Silver, September 14, 1971
Box   10
Folder   5
Script by Susan Silver (revised September 29, 1971), October 1, 1971
“The Slaughter Affair,” #7118
Box   10
Folder   6
Script by Rick Mittleman, October 6, 1971
Box   10
Folder   7
Script by Rick Mittleman (revised October 27, 1971), October 29, 1971
“The Five Minute Dress,” #7119
Box   10
Folder   8
Script by Pat Nardo and Gloria Banta, September 27, 1971
Box   10
Folder   9
Script by Pat Nardo and Gloria Banta (revised October 6, 1971), October 8, 1971
Box   10
Folder   10
“Feeb,” (formerly “Fire One, Fire Two”), #7120, Script by Dick Clair and Jenna McMahon, November 12, 1971
“Some of My Best Friends Are Rhoda,” #7121
Box   10
Folder   11
Script by Steve Pritzker, November 10, 1971
Box   10
Folder   13
Script by Steve Pritzker (revised November 23, 1971), November 26, 1971
“Ted Over Heels,” #7122
Box   10
Folder   14
Script by David Davis and Lorenzo Music, October 26, 1971
Box   10
Folder   15
Script by David Davis and Lorenzo Music (revised November 3, 1971), November 5, 1971
“Baby-Sit-Com,” #7123
Box   10
Folder   16
Script by Treva Silverman, November 22, 1971
Box   10
Folder   17
Script by Treva Silverman (revised December 1, 1971), December 3, 1971
“Where There's Smoke, There's Rhoda, ” #7124
Box   10
Folder   18
Script by Martin Cohan, December 1, 1971
Box   10
Folder   19
Script by Martin Cohan (revised December 8, 1971), December 10, 1971
“His Two Right Arms,” #7125
Box   10
Folder   20
Script by Jim Parker and Arnold Margolin, November 17, 1971
Box   10
Folder   21
Script by Jim Parker and Arnold Margolin (revised December 15, 1971), December 17, 1971
Scripts, 1972-1973 Season
“It's Whether You Win Or Lose...,” #7201
Box   10
Folder   22
Script by Martin Donovan, March 13, 1972
Box   10
Folder   23
Script by Martin Donovan, August 11, 1972
“Farmer Ted and the News,” #7203
Box   10
Folder   24
Script by Martin Donovan, July 17, 1972
Box   10
Folder   25
Script by Martin Donovan (revised August 16, 1972), August 18, 1972
Box   10
Folder   26
“Just Around the Corner,” #7204, Script by Steve Pritzker, June 16, 1972
“Who's In Charge Here?” #7205
Box   10
Folder   27
Script by Martin Cohan, April 5, 1972
Box   10
Folder   28
Script by Martin Cohan (revised June 7, 1972), June 9, 1972
“What Is Mary Richards Really Like?” #7206
Box   10
Folder   29
Script by Susan Silver, April 7, 1972
Box   10
Folder   30
Script by Susan Silver (revised July 19, 1972), July 21, 1972
“Rhoda the Beautiful,” #7207
Box   10
Folder   31
Script by Treva Silverman, June 7, 1972
Box   10
Folder   32
Script by Treva Silverman (revised June 28, 1972), June 30, 1972
“Have I Found a Guy for You!” #7208
Box   10
Folder   33
Script by Charlotte Brown, April 19, 1972
Box   10
Folder   34
Script by Charlotte Brown (revised July 19 and 26, 1972), July 28, 1972
“Daughter of the Bride,” #7209
Box   10
Folder   35
Script by Martin Cohan, April 26, 1972
Box   10
Folder   36
Script by Martin Cohan (revised June 21, 1972), June 23, 1972
“You've Got a Friend,” #7210
Box   10
Folder   37
Script by Steve Pritzker, June 14, 1972
Box   10
Folder   38
Script by Steve Pritzker (revised July 12, 1972), July 14, 1972
“It Was Fascination, I Know,” #7211
Box   10
Folder   39
Script by Ed. Weinberger, May 24, 1972
Box   10
Folder   40
Script by Ed. Weinberger, (revised September 6, 1972), September 8, 1972
“But Seriously, Folks,” #7212
Box   10
Folder   41
Script by Ed. Weinberger, July 4, 1972
Box   10
Folder   42
Script by Ed. Weinberger (revised August 30, 1972), September 1, 1972
“Rhoda Morgenstern: Minn. to N.Y.,” #7213
Box   10
Folder   43
Script by Treva Silverman, August 9, 1972
Box   10
Folder   44
Script by Treva Silverman (revised September 13, 1972), September 15, 1972
Box   10
Folder   45
“The Good-Time News,” #7214, Script by Allen Burns and James L. Brooks, June 30, 1972
“My Brother's Keeper,” #7215
Box   10
Folder   46
Script by Dick Clair and Jenna McMahon, September 13, 1972
Box   10
Folder   47
Script by Dick Clair and Jenna McMahon (revised October 25, 1972), October 27, 1972
“Operation: Lou,” #7216
Box   10
Folder   48
Script by Elias Davis and David Pollock, September 7, 1972
Box   10
Folder   49
Script by Elias Davis and David Pollock (revised September 20, 1972), September 22, 1972
“Murray Faces Life,” #7217
Box   10
Folder   50
Script by Marty Cohan, November 11, 1972
Box   10
Folder   51
Script by Martin Cohan (revised November 15, 1972), November 17, 1972
“The Courtship of Mary's Father's Daughter,” #7218
Box   10
Folder   52
Script by David Pollock and Elias Davis, October 2, 1972
Box   10
Folder   53
Script by David Pollock and Elias Davis (revised October 11, 1972), October 13, 1972
“Lou's Place,” #7219
Box   10
Folder   54
Script by Ed. Weinberger, September 28, 1972
Box   10
Folder   55
Script by Ed. Weinberger, (revised October 18, 1972), October 20, 1972
“Romeo and Mary,” #7220
Box   10
Folder   56
Script by Jim Mulholland and Mike Barrie, November 22, 1972
Box   10
Folder   57
Script by Jim Mulholland and Mike Barrie (revised November 29, 1972), December 1, 1972
Box   10
Folder   58
“Put on a Happy Face,” #7221, Script by Marilyn Suzanne Miller and Monica McGowan, November 30, 1972
“What Do You Say When Your Boss Says I Love You,” #7222
Box   11
Folder   1
Script by Elias Davis and David Pollock, November 1, 1972
Box   11
Folder   2
Script by Elias Davis and David Pollock (revised November 8, 1972), November 10, 1972
“The Georgette Story,” #7223
Box   11
Folder   3
Script by Ed. Weinberger, October 27, 1972
Box   11
Folder   4
Script by Ed. Weinberger (revised November 1, 1972), November 3, 1972
“Remembrance of Things Past,” #7224
Box   11
Folder   5
Script by Dick Claire and Jenna McMahon, December 7, 1972
Box   11
Folder   6
Script by Dick Claire and Jenna McMahon (revised December 13, 1972), December 15, 1972
“Mary Richards and the Incredible Plant Lady,” #7225
Box   11
Folder   7
Script by Martin Cohan, December 14, 1972
Box   11
Folder   8
Script by Martin Cohan (revised December 20, 1972), December 22, 1972
Scripts, 1973-1974 Season
“The Lou and Edie Story,” #7301
Box   11
Folder   9
Script by Treva Silverman, August 3, 1973
Box   11
Folder   10
Script by Treva Silverman (revised August 10, 1973), August 15, 1973
Box   11
Folder   11
“Hi There, Sports Fans,” #7302, Script by Jerry Mayer, July 5, 1973
Box   11
Folder   12
“Father's Day,” #7303, Script by Ed. Weinberger, August 22, 1973
“Just Friends,” #7304
Box   11
Folder   13
Script by William Wood, September 10, 1973
Box   11
Folder   14
Script by William Wood (revised October 17, 1973), October 19, 1973
“Son of 'But Seriously, Folks,'” #7305
Box   11
Folder   15
Script by Phil Mishkin, June 11, 1973
Box   11
Folder   16
Script by Phil Mishkin (revised September 7 and 12, 1973), September 14, 1973
Box   11
Folder   17
“Angels in the Snow,” #7306, Script by Monica McGowan Johnson and Marilyn Suzanne Miller, July 13, 1973
“I Gave at the Office,” #7307
Box   11
Folder   18
Script by Treva Silverman, October 25, 1973
Box   11
Folder   19
Script by Don Reo and Allan Katz, November 2, 1973
“Love Blooms at Hemples,” #7308
Box   11
Folder   20
Script by Sybil Adelman and Barbara Gallagher, June 11, 1973
Box   11
Folder   21
Script by Sybil Adelman and Barbara Gallagher (revised September 26, 1973), September 28, 1973
“Rhoda's Sister Gets Married,” #7309
Box   11
Folder   22
Script by Karyl Geld, June 12, 1973
Box   11
Folder   23
Script by Karyl Geld (revised August 8, 1973), August 10, 1973
“Cottage for Sale,” #7311
Box   11
Folder   24
Script by George Atkins, November 25, 1973
Box   11
Folder   25
Script by George Atkins (revised November 28, 1973), November 30, 1973
Box   11
Folder   26
“Lou's First Date,” #7312, Script by Ed. Weinberger and Stan Daniels, September 21, 1973
“We Want Baxter,” #7314
Box   11
Folder   27
Script by David Lloyd, July 13, 1973
Box   11
Folder   28
Script by David Lloyd (revised July 25, 1973), July 27, 1973
Box   11
Folder   29
“The Lars Affair,” #7315, Script by Ed. Weinberger, June 22, 1973
“WJM Tries Harder,” #7316
Box   11
Folder   30
Script by Karyl Geld, November 1, 1973
Box   11
Folder   31
Script by Karyl Geld (revised November 14, 1973), November 16, 1973
“Best of Friends” (formerly “Best of Enemies”), #7317
Box   11
Folder   32
Script by Marilyn Miller and Monica McGowan Johnson, November 26, 1973
Box   11
Folder   33
Script by Marilyn Miller and Monica McGowan Johnson (revised December 5, 1973), December 7, 1973
“Almost a Nun's Story,” #7318
Box   11
Folder   34
Script by Ed. Weinberger and Stan Daniels, October 26, 1973
Box   11
Folder   35
Script by Ed. Weinberger and Stan Daniels (revised November 7, 1973), November 9, 1973
“Happy Birthday Lou,” #7319
Box   11
Folder   36
Script by David Lloyd, October 15, 1973
Box   11
Folder   37
Script by David Lloyd (revised October 24, 1973), October 26, 1973
Box   11
Folder   38
“The Dinner Party,” #7321, Script by Ed. Weinberger, September 25, 1973
“The Co-Producers” (formerly “The Producers”), #7322
Box   11
Folder   39
Script by David Pollock and Elias Davis, December 9, 1973
Box   11
Folder   40
Script by David Pollock and Elias Davis (revised December 11, 1973), December 14, 1973
“Better Late -- That's a Pun -- Than Never,” #7323
Box   11
Folder   41
Script by Treva Silverman, December 21, 1973
Box   11
Folder   42
Script by Treva Silverman (revised January 9, 1974), January 11, 1974
“Ted Baxter Meets Walter Cronkite,” #7324
Box   11
Folder   43
Script by Ed. Weinberger, January 10, 1974
Box   11
Folder   44
Script by Ed. Weinberger (revised January 16, 1974), January 18, 1974
“Two Wrongs Don't Make a Writer,” #7325
Box   11
Folder   45
Script by David Lloyd, January 25, 1974
Box   11
Folder   46
Script by David Lloyd, February 1, 1974
“Lou's Second Date,” #7326
Box   11
Folder   47
Script by Ed. Weinberger, January 20, 1974
Box   11
Folder   48
Script (revised January 22, 1974), January 25, 1974
“I Was a Single for WJM” #7327
Box   11
Folder   49
Script by Treva Silverman, February 3, 1974
Box   12
Folder   1
Script by Treva Silverman (revised February 6, 1974), February 8, 1974
Scripts, 1974-1975 Season
“I Love a Piano,” #7401
Box   12
Folder   2
Script by Treva Silverman, May 29, 1974
Box   12
Folder   3
Script by Treva Silverman (revised August 14, 1974), August 16, 1974
“The Outsider,” #7402
Box   12
Folder   4
Script by Jack Winter, March 25, 1974
Box   12
Folder   5
Script by Jack Winter (revised July 24, 1974), July 26, 1974
“You Sometimes Hurt the One You Hate,” #7403
Box   12
Folder   6
Script by David Lloyd, April 23, 1974
Box   12
Folder   7
Script by David Lloyd (revised June 5, 1974), June 7, 1974
“Not a Christmas Story,” #7404
Box   12
Folder   8
Script by Ed. Weinberger and Stan Daniels, April 23, 1974
Box   12
Folder   9
Script by Ed. Weinberger and Stan Daniels (revised July 31, 1974), August 2, 1974
“Not Just Another Pretty Face,” #7406
Box   12
Folder   10
Script by Ed. Weinberger and Stan Daniels, April 22, 1974
Box   12
Folder   11
Script by Ed. Weinberger and Stan Daniels (revised June 19, 1974), June 21, 1974
“Lou and That Woman,” #7407
Box   12
Folder   12
Script by David Lloyd, May 29, 1974
Box   12
Folder   13
Script by David Lloyd (revised June 26, 1974), June 28, 1974
“An Affair to Forget,” #7408
Box   12
Folder   14
Script by Ed. Weinberger and Stan Daniels, May 17, 1974
Box   12
Folder   15
Script by Ed. Weinberger and Stan Daniels (revised October 2, 1974), October 4, 1974
“What Are Friends For?” #7409
Box   12
Folder   16
Script by David Lloyd, May 24, 1974
Box   12
Folder   17
Script by David Lloyd (revised June 12, 1974), June 14, 1974
Box   12
Folder   18
“Menage-A-Phyllis,” #7410, Script by Treva Silverman, August 23, 1974
Box   12
Folder   19
“A Boy's Best Friend,” #7412, Script by David Lloyd, September 13, 1974
“The Shame of the Cities,” #7413 (formerly #7310)
Box   12
Folder   20
Written by Michael Elias; Story by Michael Elias and Arnie Kogen, July 15, 1973 (revised June 5, 1974)
Box   12
Folder   21
Written by Michael Elias; Story by Michael Elias and Arnie Kogen (revised November 20, 1974), November 22, 1974
Box   12
Folder   22
“A Girl Like Mary,” #7415, Script by Ann Gibbs and Joel Kimmel, November 15, 1974
“Neighbors,” #7416
Box   12
Folder   23
Script by Ziggy Steinberg, September 22, 1974
Box   12
Folder   24
Script by Ziggy Steinberg (revised October 23, 1974), October 25, 1974
“Marriage Minneapolis Style,” #7417
Box   12
Folder   25
Script by Pamela Russell, November 29, 1974
Box   12
Folder   26
Script by Pamela Russell (revised December 4, 1974), December 6, 1974
Box   12
Folder   27
“The New Sue Ann,” #7418, Script by David Lloyd, September 20, 1974
“A Son for Murray,” #7419
Box   12
Folder   28
Script by Ed. Weinberger and Stan Daniels, August 28, 1974
Box   12
Folder   29
Script by Ed. Weinberger and Stan Daniels (revised September 25, 1974), September 27, 1974
Box   12
Folder   30
“Mary Richards: Producer,” #7422, Script by David Lloyd, November 1, 1974
Box   12
Folder   31
“Phyllis Whips Inflation,” #7423, Script by Ed. Weinberger and Stan Daniels, November 8, 1974
Box   12
Folder   32
“The System,” #7426, Script by Ed. Weinberger and Stan Daniels, December 13, 1974
Box   12
Folder   33
“You Try to be a Nice Guy,” #7428, Script by Michael Leeson, January 10, 1975
Scripts, 1975-1976 Season
Box   12
Folder   34
“Mary's Aunt,” #5001, Script by David Lloyd, August 15, 1975
Box   12
Folder   35
“Mary's Delinquent,” #5002, Script by Mary Kay Place and Valerie Curtin, June 13, 1975
Box   12
Folder   36
“The Seminar,” #5003, Script by James McDonald and Robert Gerlach, October 22, 1975
Box   12
Folder   37
“Mary's Father,” #5004, Script by Earl Pomerantz, June 25, 1975
Box   12
Folder   38
“Mary Moves Out,” #5005, Script by David Lloyd, June 18, 1975
Box   12
Folder   39
“Murray in Love,” #5006, Script by David Lloyd, July 30, 1975
Box   12
Folder   40
“Ted's Moment of Glory,” #5007, Script by Charles Lee and Gig Henry, August 6, 1975
Box   12
Folder   41
“Edie Gets Married,” #5008, Script by Bob Ellison, July 23, 1975
Box   12
Folder   42
“Chuckles Bites the Dust,” #5009, Script by David Lloyd, August 20, 1975
Box   12
Folder   43
“Ted's Wedding,” #5010, Script by David Lloyd, September 10, 1975
Box   12
Folder   44
“Mary Richards Falls in Love,” #5011, Script by Ed. Weinberger and Stan Daniels, September 24, 1975
Box   12
Folder   45
“Ted's Tax Refund,” #5012, Script by Bob Ellison, October 2, 1975
Box   12
Folder   46
“What Do You Want To Do When You Produce?” #5013, Script by Shelley Nelbert and Craig Alan Hafner, November 12, 1975
Box   12
Folder   47
“Lou Douses an Old Flame,” #5014, Script by David Lloyd, September 17, 1975
Box   12
Folder   48
“The Happy Homemaker Takes Lou Home,” #5015, Script by David Lloyd, October 29, 1975
Box   12
Folder   49
“Not With My Wife I Don't,” #5016, Script by Bob Ellison, November 19, 1975
Box   12
Folder   50
“One Boyfriend Too Many,” #5017, Script by David Lloyd, November 5, 1975
Box   12
Folder   51
“Once I Had a Secret Love...,” #5018, Script by Pat Nardo and Gloria Banta, December 3, 1975
Box   12
Folder   52
“Murray Takes a Stand,” #5019, Script by David Lloyd, December 17, 1975
Box   13
Folder   1
“Menage a Lou,” #5020, Script by Bob Ellison, December 10, 1975
Box   13
Folder   2
“Mary's Aunt Returns,” #5021, Script by David Lloyd, January 7, 1976
Box   13
Folder   3
“Ted and the Kid,” #5022, Script by Bob Ellison, January 17, 1976
Box   13
Folder   4
“A Reliable Source,” #5023, Script by Richard M. Powell, January 28, 1976
Box   13
Folder   5
“Sue Ann Falls in Love,” #5024, Script by Bob Ellison, February 4, 1976
Scripts, 1976-1977 Season
Box   13
Folder   6
“Mary Midwife,” #6001, Script by David Lloyd, June 30, 1976
Box   13
Folder   7
“What's Wrong with Swimming?” #6002, Script by David Lloyd, July 28, 1976
Box   13
Folder   8
“My Son, the Genius,” #6003, Script by Bob Ellison, August 18, 1976
Box   13
Folder   9
“Look at Us, We're Walking,” #6004, Script by Bob Ellison, July 14, 1976
Box   13
Folder   10
“Sue Ann's Sister,” #6005, Script by David Lloyd, June 21, 1976
Box   13
Folder   11
“Mary the Writer,” #6006, Script by Burt Prelutsky, June 23, 1976
Box   13
Folder   12
“One Producer Too Many,” #6008, Script by Bob Ellison, August 25, 1976
Box   13
Folder   13
“Mary's Insomnia,” #6009, Script by David Lloyd, September 15, 1976
Box   13
Folder   14
“Ted's Change of Heart,” #6010, Script by Earl Pomerantz, September 1, 1976
Box   13
Folder   15
“Murray Can't Lose!” #6012, Script by David Lloyd, October 6, 1976
Box   13
Folder   16
“Ted's Temptation,” #6013, Script by Bob Ellison, October 27, 1976
Box   13
Folder   17
“Mary Gets a Lawyer,” #6014, Script by Burt Prelutsky, September 22, 1976
Box   13
Folder   18
“Lou Proposes,” #6015, Script by David Lloyd, September 29, 1976
Box   13
Folder   19
“Lou's Army Reunion,” #6016, Script by Bob Ellison, November 10, 1976
Box   13
Folder   20
“The Critic,” #6017, Script by David Lloyd, November 3, 1976
Box   13
Folder   21
“The Ted and Georgette Show,” #6018, Script by David Lloyd, November 17, 1976
Box   13
Folder   22
“Sue Ann Gets the Ax,” #6019, Script by Bob Ellison, December 1, 1976
Box   13
Folder   23
“Hail the Conquering Gordy,” #6020, Script by Earl Pomerantz, December 8, 1976
Box   13
Folder   24
“Mary and the Sexagenarian,” #6021, Script by Les Charles and Glen Charles, December 15, 1976
Box   13
Folder   25
“Mary's Three Husbands,” #6023, Script by Bob Ellison, January 12, 1977
Box   13
Folder   26
“Lou Dates Mary,” #6024, Script by David Lloyd, January 5, 1977
Box   13
Folder   27
“Murray Ghosts for Ted,” #6025, Script by David Lloyd, January 19, 1977
Box   13
Folder   28
“Mary's Big Party,” #6026, Script by Bob Ellison, January 26, 1977
Box   13
Folder   29
“The Last Show,” #6027, Script by James L. Brooks, Allan Burns, Ed. Weinburger, Stan Daniels, David Lloyd, and Bob Ellison, February 2, 1977
Newhart
Scripts, 1982-1983 Season
Box   30
Folder   6
“In the Beginning...” (Pilot), #1210, Revised Final Draft, by Barry Kemp, April 2, 1982 (“Script as Shot, 5/27/82”)
Box   30
Folder   7
“Hail to the Councilman,” #2101, Final Draft, by Sheldon Bull, August 25, 1982, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   8
“The Senator's Wife Was Indiscreet,” #2102, Final Draft, by John Steven Owen, October 13, 1982, later with revisions
Box   30
Folder   9
“This Probably Is Condemned,” #2103, Final Draft, by Barton Dean, September 22, 1982, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   10
“The Perfect Match,” #2105, Final Draft, by Stuart Silverman, October 20, 1982, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   11
“Mrs. Newton's Body Lies a Mould'rin' in the Grave,” #2106, Final Draft, by Katherine Green, September 1, 1982, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   12
“Shall We Gather at the River?” #2107, Final Draft, by Paul Robinson Hunter, September 28, 1982, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   13
“Some Are Born Writers...Others Have Writers Thrust Upon Them,” #2108, Final Draft, by Emily Marshall, October 27, 1982, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   14
“No Tigers at the Circus,” #2109, Final Draft, by Earl Pomerantz, September 15, 1982, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   15
“Sprained Dreams,” #2110, Final Draft, by Rich Reinhart, November 17, 1982, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   16
“The Way We Thought We Were,” #2111, Final Draft, by John Steven Owen, November 10, 1982, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   17
“No Room at the Inn,” #2112, Final Draft, by Barry Kemp, Sheldon Bull, and Emily Marshall, December 1, 1982, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   18
“The Visitors,” #2113, Final Draft, by Earl Pomerantz, December 8, 1982, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   19
“The Boy Who Cried 'Goat,'” #2114, Final Draft, by Barbara Hall, February 2, 1983, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   20
“Rocky Nelson Up Your Nose,” #2115, Final Draft, by Barton Dean, January 19, 1983, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   21
“Breakfast Theatre,” #2117, Final Draft, by Chip Keyes and Doug Keyes, January 12, 1983, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   22
“Heaven Knows Mr. Utley,” #2119, Final Draft, by Bill Taub and Jeff Lewis, February 23, 1983, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   23
“What Is This Thing Called Lust?” #2120, Final Draft, by Emily Marshall, January 5, 1983, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   24
“View from the Bench,” #2121, Final Draft, by Sheldon Bull, February 9, 1983, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   25
“I Enjoy Being a Guy,” #2123, Final Draft, by Bob Perlow and Gene Braunstein, March 9, 1983, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   26
“You're Homebody 'Till Somebody Loves You,” #2124, Final Draft, by Emily Marshall, March 2, 1983, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   27
“Grandma, What a Big Mouth You Have!” #2125, Final Draft, by Barton Dean, March 16, 1983, with later revisions
Scripts, 1983-1984 Season
Box   30
Folder   28
“It Happened One Afternoon” (Part I), #3101, Final Draft, by Barry Kemp, July 13, 1983, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   29
“It Happened One Afternoon” (Part II), #3102, Final Draft, by Barry Kemp, July 13, 1983, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   30
“Animal Attractions,” #3103, Final Draft, by Emily Marshall, July 20, 1983, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   31
“The Looks of Love,” #3104, Final Draft, by Shelley Zellman, August 10, 1983, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   32
“The Man Who Came Forever,” #3105, Final Draft, by Sheldon Bull, August 3, 1983, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   33
“The Stratford Wives,” #3106, Final Draft, by Barbara Hall, August 17, 1985, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   34
“New Faces of 1951,” #3107, Final Draft, by Neal Marlens, September 28, 1983, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   35
“The Girl from Manhattan,” #3108, Final Draft, by Nat Mauldin, September 14, 1983, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   36
“Kirk Goes for the Juggler,” #3109, Final Draft, by Emily Marshall, October 26, 1983, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   37
“Curious George at the Firehouse,” #3111, Final Draft, by Barbara Hall, November 9, 1983, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   38
“Lady and the Tramps,” #3112, Final Draft, by Emily Marshall, October 5, 1983, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   39
“Book Beat,” #3114, Final Draft, by Will Porter and Rich Procter, November 2, 1983, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   40
“Don't Rain on My Parade,” #3115, Final Draft, by Barbara Hall, October 19, 1983, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   41
“Kirk Pops the Question,” #3119, Final Draft, by Miriam Trogdon, December 7, 1983, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   42
“A Jug of Wine, a Loaf of Bread - and Pow!” #3120, Final Draft, by Barry Kemp, Sheldon Bull, and Emily Marshall, November 30, 1983, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   43
“Cats,” #3121, Final Draft, by Barry Kemp, Sheldon Bull, and Emily Marshall, December 14, 1983, with later revisions
Box   30
Folder   44
“Kirk Ties One On,” #3122, Final Draft, by Barry Kemp, Sheldon Bull, and Emily Marshall, January 12, 1984, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   1
“Best Friends,” #3123, Final Draft, by Barry Kemp and Emily Marshall, January 4, 1984, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   2
“Go, Grandma, Go!” #3126, Final Draft, by Barbara Hall, February 1, 1984, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   3
“Leave It to the Beavers,” #3127, Final Draft, by Emily Marshall, Barbara Hall, and Miriam Trogdon, January 19, 1984, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   4
“Send Her, Ella,” #3128, Final Draft, by Barbara Hall and Miriam Trogdon, February 15, 1984, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   5
“Vermont Today,” #3129, Final Draft, by Barry Kemp, Sheldon Bull, and Emily Marshall, February 8, 1984, with later revisions
Scripts, 1984-1985 Season
Box   31
Folder   6
“Happy Trails to You,” #4102, Final Draft, by Douglas Wyman, July 25, 1984, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   7
“Georgie's Girl,” #4103, Revised Final Draft, by Miriam Trogdon, July 18, 1984
Box   31
Folder   8
“A' Hunting We Will Go,” #4104, Final Draft, by Barton Dean, July 11, 1984
Box   31
Folder   9
“Tell a Lie, Get a Check,” #4105, Revised Final Draft, by Dan Wilcox, August 15, 1984, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   10
“Once I Had a Secret, Love,” #4106, Final Draft, by Ellen Guylas, November 7, 1984, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   11
“The Fan,” #4108, Final Draft, by Shelley Zellman, October 3, 1984, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   12
“Twenty-Five Year Itch,” #4109, Final Draft, by Miriam Trogdon, August 29, 1984, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   13
“Poor Reception,” #4110, Final Draft, by Emily Marshall, August 22, 1984, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   14
“Miss Stephanie,” #4111, Final Draft, by Douglas Wyman, September 26, 1984, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   15
“But Seriously, Beavers,” #4112, Final Draft, by Arnie Kogen and Gary Jacobs, September 19, 1984, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   16
“My Fair Larry,” #4113, Final Draft, by Michael Kagen, December 12, 1984, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   17
“Tickets, Please,” #4114, Revised Final Draft, by Barton Dean, October 10, 1984, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   18
“Lady in Waiting,” #4115, Final Draft, by David Mirkin, October 24, 1984, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   19
“Local Hero,” #4116, Revised Final Draft, by Ellen Guylas, October 31, 1984
Box   31
Folder   20
“Pillow Fight,” #4117, Revised Final Draft, by Shelley Zellman, November 14, 1984, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   21
“Out With the New, Inn With the Old,” #4118, Final Draft, by Tracy Gamble and Richard Vaczy, December 19, 1984, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   22
“Dick Gets Larry's Goat,” #4119, Revised Final Draft, by Barton Dean, December 4, 1984
Box   31
Folder   23
“R.I.P. Off,” #4120, Final Draft, by Russ Woody, January 9, 1985, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   24
“Look Homeward, Stephanie,” #4121, Final Draft, by Miriam Trogdon, January 23, 1985, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   25
“You're Nobody 'til Somebody Hires You,” #4122, Final Draft, by David Mirkin, January 16, 1985, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   26
“The Prodigal Darryl,” #4123, Final Draft, by Douglas Wyman, February 6, 1985, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   27
“What Makes Dick Run?” #4124, Final Draft, by Arnie Kogen and Gary Jacobs, February 13, 1985, with later revisions
Scripts, 1985-1986 Season
Box   35
Folder   36
“Candidate Larry,” #5101, Final Draft Script by Douglas Wyman, last revised August 29, 1985
Box   35
Folder   37
“Summa Cum Larry,” #5102, Final Draft Script by Arnie Kogen and Gary Jacobs, last revised July 31, 1985
Box   35
Folder   38
“The Geezers in the Band,” #5103, Final Draft Script by David Mirkin, last revised October 2, 1985
Box   35
Folder   39
“The Way We Ought to Be,” #5104, Final Draft Script by Miriam Trogdon, last revised July 24, 1985
Box   35
Folder   40
“Locks, Stocks, and Noodlehead,” #5105, Final Draft Script, by Barton Dean, last revised September 25, 1985
Box   35
Folder   41
“Look, Ma, No Talent,” #5106, Final Draft Script, by Dan Wilcox and Jesse Levine, last revised November 6, 1985
Box   35
Folder   42
“Much Ado About Mitch,” #5107, Final Draft Script, by Janet Leahy, last revised October 29, 1985
Box   35
Folder   43
“Write to Privacy,” #5108, Final Draft Script by Susan Beavers, last revised July 17, 1985
Box   35
Folder   44
“Larry's Dead, Long Live Larry,” #5109, Final Draft Script, by Lissa Levin, last revised December 5, 1985
Box   35
Folder   45
“The Shape of Things,” #5110, Final Draft Script, by John Steven Owen, last revised October 23, 1985
Box   35
Folder   46
“Still the Beavers,” #5111, Final Draft Script, by Katherine Green, last revised October 9, 1985
Box   35
Folder   47
“Pirate Pete,” #5112, Final Draft Script, by Gary Belkin, last revised August 14, 1985
Box   36
Folder   1
“Oh, That Morocco,” #5113, Final Draft Script, by Barton Dean, last revised August 21, 1985
Box   36
Folder   2
“I Do, Okay?” #5114, Final Draft Script, by Douglas Wyman, last revised November 20, 1985
Box   36
Folder   3
“The Stratford Horror Picture Show,” #5115, Final Draft Script, by David Mirkin, last revised December 10, 1985
Box   36
Folder   4
“The Snowmen Cometh,” #5116, Final Draft Script, by Arnie Kogen and Gary Jacobs, last revised January 8, 1986
Box   36
Folder   5
“Stephanie Nightingale,” #5117, Final Draft Script, by Shelley Zellman, last revised December 18, 1985
Box   36
Folder   6
“Will the Real Dick Loudon Please Shut Up?” #5118, Final Draft Script, by Phoef Sutton, last revised January 22, 1986
Box   36
Folder   7
“He Ain't Human, He's My Cousin,” #5119, Final Draft Script, by Barton Dean, last revised January 15, 1986
Box   36
Folder   8
“Dwight Schmidtlapp Is Not a Quitter,” #5120, Final Draft Script, by Janet Leahy, last revised February 12, 1986
Box   36
Folder   9
“Pre-Nups,” #5121, Final Draft Script, by Arnie Kogen and Gary Jacobs, last revised February 5, 1986
Box   36
Folder   10
“Torn Between Three Brothers,” #5122, Final Draft Script, by David Mirkin, last revised February 19, 1986
Box   36
Folder   11
“Baby, I'm Your Handyman,” #5123, Final Draft Script, by Phoef Sutton, last revised March 5, 1986
Box   36
Folder   12
“Replaceable You,” #5124, Final Draft Script, by Miriam Trogdon, last revised March 12, 1986
Scripts, 1986-1987 Season
Box   41
Folder   9
“Camp Stephanie,” #6101, Script by Robin Pennington and Don Hart, July 30, 1986
Box   41
Folder   10
“Utley, Can You Spend a Dime?,” #6102, Script by David Tyrone King, August 14, 1986
Box   41
Folder   11
“Desperately Desiring Susan: Part I,” #6103, Script by Miriam Trogdon, September 17, 1986
Box   41
Folder   12
“Desperately Desiring Susan: Part II,” #6104, Script by Miriam Trogdon, September 24, 1986
Box   42
Folder   1
“High Fidelity,” #6105, Script by Tom Seeley and Norm Gunzenhauser, July 23, 1986
Box   42
Folder   2
“Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Loudon,” #6106, Script by Merrill Markoe, January 21, 1987
Box   42
Folder   3
“My Two and Only,” #6107, Script by Douglas Wyman, August 27, 1986
Box   42
Folder   4
“Co-Hostess Twinkle,” #6108, Script by David Markin, August 20, 1986
Box   42
Folder   5
“Dick the Kid,” #6109, Script by Arnie Kogen, September 10, 1986
Box   42
Folder   6
“Saturday in New York with George,” #6110, Script by Stuart Kreisman and Chris Cluess, October 8, 1986
Box   42
Folder   7
“Love Letters in the Mud,” #6111, Script by Shelley Zeliman, November 12, 1986
Box   42
Folder   8
“Sweet and Sour Charity,” #6112, Script by David Tyrone King, October 15, 1986
Box   42
Folder   9
“Everybody Ought to Have a Maid,” #6113, Script by Michael Loman, November 19, 1986
Box   42
Folder   10
“Thanksgiving for the Memories,” #6114, Script by Daid Mirkin, November 5, 1986
Box   42
Folder   11
“The First of the Belles,” #6115, Script by Douglas Wyman, December 3, 1986
Box   42
Folder   12
“It's My Party and I'll Die If I Want To”, #6116, Script by Kerry Ehrin, December 10, 1986
Box   42
Folder   13
“Chimes, They Are A Changin',” #6117, Script by Tom Seeley and Norm Gunzenhauser, December 17, 1986
Box   42
Folder   14
“Unfriendly Persuasion,” #6118, Script by Miriam Trogdan, January 7, 1987
Box   42
Folder   15
“Jail, Jail, The Gang's All There,” #6119, Script by Arnie Kogen, January 15, 1987
Box   42
Folder   16
“Fun with Dick and Joanna,” #6120, Script by Linda Campanelli and M.M. Shelly Moore, February 4, 1987
Box   42
Folder   17
“Harris Ankles PIV for Web Post,” #6121, Script by Douglas Wyman, February 18, 1987
Box   43
Folder   1
“Night Moves,” #6122, Script by David Mirkin, February 11, 1987
Box   43
Folder   2
“Goodbye and Good Riddance, Mr. Chips,” #6123, Script by Arnie Kogen, March 4, 1987
Box   43
Folder   3
“Much to Do Without Muffin,” #6124, Script by David Tyron King, Tom Seeley, and Norm Gunzenhauser, March 11, 1987
Scripts, 1987-1988 Season
Box   43
Folder   4
“Inn This Corner,” #7101, Script by M.M. Shelley Moore and Linda Campanelli, July 22, 1987
Box   43
Folder   5
“Here's to You, Mrs. Louden,” #7102, Script by Miriam Trogdon, August 12, 1987
Box   43
Folder   6
“Me and My Gayle,” #7103, Script by Tom Seeley and Norm Gunzenhauser, September 6, 1987
Box   43
Folder   7
“Prima Darryl,” #7104, Script by Arnie Kogen, July 29, 1987
Box   43
Folder   8
“Reading, Writing, and Rating Points,” #7105, Script by David Tyrone King, August 26, 1987
Box   43
Folder   9
“Vintage Stephanie,” #7106, Script by Douglas Wyman, September 17, 1987
Box   43
Folder   10
“Telethon Man,” #7107, Script by David Mirkin, August 19, 1987
Box   43
Folder   11
“Laugh at My Wife, Please,” #7108, Script by Dan O'Shannon, November 11, 1987
Box   43
Folder   12
“Support Your Local Shifflett,” #7109, Script by Burt Prelutsky, November 18, 1987
Box   43
Folder   13
“Attention WPIV Shoppers,” #7110, Script by Merrill Markoe, November 4, 1987
Box   43
Folder   14
“Take Me to Your Louden,” #7111, Script by David Tyrone King, September 23, 1987
Box   43
Folder   15
“Til Depth Do Us Part I,” #7112, Script by Miriam Trogdon, October 8, 1987
Box   43
Folder   16
“Til Depth Do Us Part II,” #7113, Script by Arnie Kogen, October 15, 1987
Box   43
Folder   17
“Presence of Malice,” #7114, Script by Marjorie Gross, December 16, 1987; Script by Marjorie Gross, , December 16, 1987
Box   43
Folder   18
“My Three Dads,” #7115, Script by Douglas Wyman, December 2, 1987
Box   43
Folder   19
“A Friendship That Will Last a Lunchtime,” #7116, Script by David Mirkin, December 9, 1987
Box   44
Folder   1
“Would You Buy a Used Car from This Handyman?,”, #7117 Script by David Tyrone King, January 7, 1988
Box   44
Folder   2
“The Buck Stops Here,” #7118, Script by Tom Seeley and Norm Gunzenhauser, January 13, 1988
Box   44
Folder   3
“The Big Uneasy,” #7119, Script by Arnie Kogen, February 3, 1988
Box   44
Folder   4
“Draw Partner,” #7120, Script by Marjorie Gross, February 17, 1988
Box   44
Folder   5
“A Midseason Night's Dream,” #7121, Script by David Mirkin, February 10, 1988
Box   44
Folder   6
“Newsstruck,” #7122, Script by Douglas Wyman, March 2, 1988
Box   44
Folder   7
“Courting Disaster,” #7123, Script by Tom Seeley and Norm Gunzenhauser, March 9, 1988
Box   44
Folder   8
“The Gleeless Club,” #7124
Scripts, 1988-1989 Season
Box   44
Folder   9
“Goonstruck,” #8101, Script by Billy Van Zandt and Jane Milmore, November 2, 1988
Box   44
Folder   10
“Town Without Pity,” #8102, Script by Dan O'Shannon and Tom Anderson, September 29, 1988
Box   44
Folder   11
“I Married Dick,” #8103, Script by Shelley Zellman, October 26, 1988
Box   44
Folder   12
“Apples! Apples! Apples!,” #8104, Script by Bob Bendetson and Howard Bendetson,, October 12, 1988
Box   44
Folder   13
“This Blood's for You,” #8105, Script by Mark Egan and Mark Solomon,, October 5, 1988
Box   44
Folder   14
“Home for the Holidays,” #8106, Script by Ellen Guylas, December 7, 1988
Box   44
Folder   15
“Shoe Business Is My Life,” #8107, Script by Dan O'Shannon and Tom Anderson,, December 13, 1988
Box   44
Folder   16
“I Came, I Saw, I Sat,” #8108, Script by Shelley Zellman, November 9, 1988
Box   44
Folder   17
“Cupcake on My Back,” #8109, Script by Mark Egan and Mark Solomon, January 18, 1989
Box   45
Folder   1
“Twelve Annoyed Men...and Women,” #8110, Script by Bob Bendetson, November 30, 1988
Box   45
Folder   2
“George and the Old Maid,” #8110, Script by Dan O'Shannon and Tom Anderson, January 4, 1989
Box   45
Folder   3
“Hi, Society:,” #8112, Script by David Silverman and Stephen Sustarsic, January 11, 1989
Box   45
Folder   4
“Another Saturday Night,” #8113, Script by Bob Bendetson and Howard Bendetson, February 1, 1989
Box   45
Folder   5
“The Nice Man Cometh,” #8114, Script by Billy Van Zandt and Jane Milmore, February 8, 1989
Box   45
Folder   6
“One and a Half Million Dollar Man,” #8115, Script by Bob Bendetson and Howard Bendetson, February 15, 1989
Box   45
Folder   7
“The Little Match Girl,” #8116, Script by Dan O'Shannon and Tom Anderson, March 1, 1989
Box   45
Folder   8
“Buy, Buy Blues,” #8117, Script by Heather Stewart, March 8, 1989
Box   45
Folder   9
“Message from Michael,” #8118, Script by Shelley Zellman, March 15, 1989
Box   45
Folder   10
“Homes and Jo-Jo,” #8119, Script by Bob Bendetson and Howard Bendetson, March 29, 1989
Box   45
Folder   11
“Georgie and Bess,” #8120, Script by Dan O'Shannon and Tom Anderson, April 5, 1989
Box   45
Folder   12
“Murder at the Stratley,” #8121, Script by Billy Van Zandt and Jane Milmore, April 12, 1989
Box   45
Folder   13
“Mailing in Love Again,” #8122, Script by Bob Bendetson and Shelley Zellman, April 19, 1989
Paris
Scripts, 1979-1980 Season
Box   13
Folder   30
Pilot, #0311-5364-0329, Script by Steven Bochco, December 13, 1978
Box   13
Folder   31
“The Ghost Maker” (formerly “Dirty Laundry”), #9301, Teleplay by Burton Armus, Story by Steve Kline and Burton Armus, August 30, 1979
Box   13
Folder   32
“Dead Men Don't Kill,” #9302, Script by Steven Bochco, October 22, 1979
Box   13
Folder   33
“Friends and Enemies,” #9303, Teleplay by Edward DeBlasio, Story by Michael Kozoll, July 11, 1979
Box   13
Folder   34
“Dear John,” #9304, Story by Michael Kozoll, Teleplay by Steven Bochco, August 28, 1979
Box   13
Folder   35
“Burnout,” #9305, Script by Del Reisman, September 6, 1979
Box   13
Folder   36
“America the Beautiful,” #9306, Teleplay by Burton Armus, Story by Leo Garen, September 27, 1979
Box   13
Folder   37
“Decisions,” #9307, Script by Irv Pearlberg, October 11, 1979
Box   13
Folder   38
“The Price Is Right,” #9309, Script by Jackson Gillis, August 20, 1979
Box   13
Folder   9
“Once More for Free,” #9310, Script by Burton Armus, September 20, 1979
Box   13
Folder   40
“Pawn,” #9312, Script by Edward DeBlasio, September 13, 1979
Box   13
Folder   41
“Fitz's Boys,” #9313, Script by Larry Alexander and Burton Armus, October 1, 1979
Box   13
Folder   42
“Pay the Two Bucks,” #9515, Script by David Solomon, November 2, 1979
Phyllis
Scripts, 1975-1976 Season
Box   14
Folder   1
Pilot, #6524, Script by Ed. Weinberger and Stan Daniels, March 5, 1975
Box   14
Folder   2
“Up For Grabs,” #5201, Script by Michael Leeson, July 18, 1975
Box   14
Folder   3
“Phyllis' Garage Sale,” #5202, Script by Pamela Herbert Chais, September 12, 1975
Box   14
Folder   4
“All Together Now,” #5203, Script by Regier and Markowitz, September 26, 1975
Box   14
Folder   5
“The First Day,” #5204, Script by Earl Pomerantz, September 5, 1975
Box   14
Folder   6
“Phyllis Takes Piano Lessons,” #5205, Script by Ed. Weinberger and Stan Daniels, August 22, 1975
Box   14
Folder   7
“Leaving Home,” #5206, Script by Earl Pomerantz, August 29, 1975
Box   14
Folder   8
“Audrey Leaves Jonathan,” #5207, Script by Michael Leeson, August 8, 1975
Box   14
Folder   9
“Bess, Is You a Woman Now?” #5208, Script by Ed. Weinberger and Stan Daniels, July 11, 1975
Box   14
Folder   10
“The First Date,” #5209, Script by Seth Freeman, August 19, 1975
Box   14
Folder   11
“So Lonely I Could Cry,” #5210, Script by Mary Kay Place and Valerie Curtin, October 31, 1975
Box   14
Folder   12
“Phyllis Opens Julie's Heart,” #5211, Script by David Lloyd, October 10, 1975
Box   14
Folder   13
“There's No Business Like No Business,” #5212, Script by Earl Pomerantz, October 3, 1975
Box   14
Folder   14
“Phyllis and the Little People,” (aka “The Even Couple”), #5213, Script by Bob Ellison, November 7, 1975
Box   14
Folder   15
“Honor Thy Mother Dexter,” #5214, Script by Michael Leeson, December 5, 1975
Box   14
Folder   16
“Paging Doctor Lindstrom,” #5215, Script by Glen Charles and Les Charles, November 14, 1975
Box   14
Folder   17
“Phyllis in Love,” #5216, Script by Glen Charles and Les Charles, December 12, 1975
Box   14
Folder   18
“The $17,623,419.53 Man,” #5218, Script by Earl Pomerantz, November 21, 1975
Box   14
Folder   19
“Crazy Mama,” #5219, Script by Glen Charles and Les Charles, December 19, 1975
Box   14
Folder   20
“A Man and a Woman...And Another Woman,” #5220, Script by Earl Pomerantz, January 9, 1976
Box   14
Folder   21
“Leo's Suicide,” #5221, Script by Michael Leeson, January 17, 1976
Box   14
Folder   22
“Widows - Merry and Otherwise,” #5222, Script by Tony Webster, January 30, 1976
Box   14
Folder   23
“Sonny Boy,” #5223, Script by Glen Charles and Les Charles, January 23, 1976
Box   14
Folder   24
“The Triangle,” #5224, Script by Glen Charles and Les Charles, February 6, 1976
Scripts, 1976-1977 Season
Box   14
Folder   25
“Out of the Closet,” #6201, Script by Glen Charles and Les Charles, August 19, 1976
Box   14
Folder   26
“The Wrong Box,” #6202, Script by Earl Pomerantz, July 22, 1976
Box   14
Folder   27
“Off the Bench,” #6203, Script by Earl Pomerantz, July 15, 1976
Box   14
Folder   28
“Phyllis Cries Wolf,” #6204, Script by Glen Charles and Les Charles, August 11, 1976
Box   14
Folder   29
“The New Job,” #6206, Script by Ed. Weinberger and Stan Daniels, July 8, 1976
Box   14
Folder   30
“You're Not Getting Better, Just Older,” #6207, Script by David Lloyd, August 5, 1976
Box   14
Folder   31
“Speech IA,” #6208, Script by Gary David Goldberg, August 27, 1976
Box   14
Folder   32
“Mother Dexter Cohabitates,” #6209, Script by Glen Charles and Les Charles, September 23, 1976
Box   14
Folder   33
“Mother Dexter's Wedding,” #6210, Script by Glen Charles and Les Charles, September 30, 1976
Box   14
Folder   34
“Phyllis and the Jumper,” #6211, Script by Bob Ellison, September 17, 1976
Box   14
Folder   35
“The Threat,” #6212, Script by Sandy Glass and George Arthur Bloom, November 4, 1976
Box   14
Folder   36
“Boss or Buddy or Both or Neither,” #6213, Script by Earl Pomerantz, September 9, 1976
Box   14
Folder   37
“The Christmas Party,” #6214, Script by Tom Tenowich, October 28, 1976
Box   14
Folder   38
“Bess Airs Her Views,” #6215, Script by Glen Charles and Les Charles, October 21, 1976
Box   14
Folder   39
“I Am Beautiful,” #6216, Script by Arthur Rabin, November 18, 1976
Box   14
Folder   40
“Taking a Chance on Chance,” #6217, Script by Earl Pomerantz, November 11, 1976
Box   14
Folder   41
“Broken-Hearted Bess,” #6218, Story by Ron Bloomberg, Teleplay by Glen Charles and Les Charles, December 16, 1976
Box   14
Folder   42
“Phyllis Runs the Office,” #6220, Script by David Lloyd, December 3, 1976
Box   14
Folder   43
“Leonard and the Bribe,” #6221, Script by Bob Ellison, December 10, 1976
Box   14
Folder   44
“The Elopement,” #6223, Script by Laurence Marks, January 7, 1977
Box   14
Folder   45
“Dan's Ex,” #6224, Script by Glen Charles and Les Charles, January 14, 1977
Box   14
Folder   46
“Audrey's New Life,” #6225, Script by Tom Tenowich, January 20, 1977
Box   14
Folder   47
“The Apartment,” #6226, Script by Laurence Marks, January 27, 1977
Box   14
Folder   48
“And Baby Makes Six...” #6227, Script by Glen Charles and Les Charles, February 4, 1977
Popcorn Kid
Scripts, 1986-1987 Season
Box   45
Folder   14
Pilot, #1334, Script by Barry Kemp and Mark Ganzel, April 1, 1986
Box   45
Folder   15
“Career Day,” #6501, Script by Barry Kemp and Mark Ganzel, October 2, 1986
Box   45
Folder   16
“There She Is, Vic Damone,” #6503, Script by Irene Mecchi, November 7, 1986
Box   45
Folder   17
“A Day in the Life of Ed Asner,” #6504, Script by Mark Egan and Mark Solomon, October 31, 1986
Box   46
Folder   1
“The Break Up,” #6505, Script by Barry Kemp and Mark Ganzel, October 10, 1986
Box   46
Folder   2
“A Car, a House, a Mouse, and a Louse,” #6506, Script by Barry Kemp and Mark Ganzel, October 24, 1986
Remington Steele
Scripts, 1982-1983 Season
Box   31
Folder   28
“Tempered Steele” (Pilot?), #0903, Revised Final Draft, by Michael Gleason, December 21, 1981, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   29
“Steele Belted,” #2701, Revised Final Draft, by Michael Gleason, April 30, 1982, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   30
“Signed, Steeled, and Delivered,” #2702, Revised Final Draft, by Glenn Caron, July 2, 1982, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   31
“Steele Waters Run Deep,” #2703, Revised Final Draft, by Lee Zlotoff, July 26, 1982, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   32
“License to Steele,” #2704, Revised Final Draft, by Michael Gleason, August 2, 1982, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   33
“Hearts of Steele,” #2705, Revised Final Draft, by Charles Rosin, Teleplay by Glenn Caron, August 11, 1982, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   34
“Thou Shalt Not Steele,” #2706, Revised Final Draft, by Lee Zlotoff, August 26, 1982, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   35
“Etched in Steele,” #2707, Revised Final Draft, by Glenn Caron, September 9, 1982, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   36
“In the Steele of the Night,” #2708, Revised Final Draft, by Joel Steiger, October 1, 1982, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   37
“Your Steele the One For Me,” #2709, Revised Final Draft, by Lee Zlotoff, October 8, 1982, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   38
“Steele Trap,” #2710, Revised Final Draft, by Michael Gleason, October 22, 1982, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   39
“Steele Flying High” (formerly “Steele His Thunder”), #2711, Revised Final Draft, by Richard Collins and Michael Gleason, November 27, 1982, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   40
“Good Night's Steele,” #2712, Revised Final Draft, by Lee Zlotoff and R.J. Stewart, December 1, 1982, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   41
“Steeling the Show,” #2713, Revised Final Draft, by Peter Lefcourt, Glenn Caron, Lee Zlotoff, R.J. Steward, and Michael Gleason, November 8, 1982, with later revisions
Box   31
Folder   42
“Steele Crazy After All These Years,” #2715, Revised Final Draft, by Peggy Foldman, R.J. Stewart, Andrew Laskos, and Lee Zlotoff, January 5, 1983, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   1
“Vintage Steele,” #2716, Revised Final Draft, by Susan Baskin, February 10, 1983, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   2
“Steele in the News,” #2717, Revised Final Draft, by Duncan Smith, Fred Lyle, and Michael Gleason, February 3, 1983, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   3
“Steele Among the Living,” #2718, Revised Final Draft, by Andrew Laskos, January 17, 1983, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   4
“To Stop a Steele,” #2721, Revised Final Draft, by Glenn Caron and Michael Gleason, December 28, 1982, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   5
“Sting of Steele,” #2722, Revised Final Draft, by Gary Kott and Michael Gleason, March 12, 1983, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   6
“Steele's Gold,” #2723, Revised Final Draft, by R.J. Steward, Andrew Laskos, and Michael Gleason, February 22, 1983, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   7
“Steele in Circulation,” #2724, Revised Final Draft, by Lee Zlotoff, March 18, 1983, with later revisions
Scripts, 1983-1984 Season
Box   32
Folder   8
“Altared Steele,” #3702, Revised Final Draft, by Jeff Melvoin, August 12, 1983, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   9
“Scene Steelers,” #3703, Revised Final Draft, by Michael Gleason, Richard De Roy, Joyce Armor, and Judie Neer, September 10, 1983, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   10
“Elementary Steele,” #3705, Revised Final Draft, by Michael Gleason, March 5, 1984, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   11
“A Steele at Any Price,” #3706, Revised Final Draft, by Mitch Paradise, Richard De Roy, and Michael Gleason, September 21, 1983, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   12
“Steele Sweet on You,” #3707, Revised Final Draft, by Susan Baskin, November 2, 1983, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   13
“Steele Framed” (formerly “Hell Bent for Steele”), #3708, Revised Final Draft, by Brian Alan Lane, August 8, 1983, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   14
“Steele Away With Me,” #3709, Revised Final Draft, by Michael Gleason, June 24, 1983, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   15
“Red Holt Steele,” #3710, Revised Final Draft, by Lee Zlotoff, July 28, 1983, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   16
“Steele Threads,” #3711, Revised Final Draft, by George Lee Marshall, October 5, 1983, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   17
“Blood Is Thicker Than Steele,” #3712, Revised Final Draft, by Richard De Roy, November 15, 1983, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   18
“My Fair Steele,” (formerly “I've Grown Accustomed to Her Steele”), #3714, Revised Final Draft, by Brian Alan Lane, October 24, 1983, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   19
“Molten Steele,” #3715, Revised Final Draft, by Richard Collins, January 24, 1984, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   20
“Love Among the Steele,” #3716, Revised Final Draft, by Lee Zlotoff, September 26, 1983, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   21
“Steele Knuckles and Glass Jaws,” #3717, Revised Final Draft, by Jeff Melvoin, October 13, 1983, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   22
“High Flying Steele,” #3718, Revised Final Draft, by George Lee Marshall, December 8, 1983, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   23
“Steele Eligible,” #3719, Revised Final Draft, by Michael Gleason and Larry Konner, December 2, 1983, revised , December 9, 1983
Box   32
Folder   24
“Elegy in Steele,” #3720, Revised Final Draft, by Brian Alan Lane, December 27, 1983, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   25
“Small Town Steele,” #3721, Revised Final Draft, by Jeff Melvoin, January 4, 1984, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   26
“Woman of Steele,” #3724, Revised Final Draft, by Susan Baskin, Richard De Roy, and Michael Gleason, February 10, 1984, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   27
“Dreams of Steele,” #3726, Revised Final Draft, by Brian Alan Lane, January 30, 1984, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   28
“Hounded Steele,” #3727, Revised Final Draft, by Jeff Melvoin, February 22, 1984, with later revisions
Scripts, 1984-1985 Season
Box   32
Folder   29
“Blue-Blooded Steele,” #4701, Revised Final Draft, by John Pashdag, Brady Westwater, and John Wirth, August 28, 1984, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   30
“Breath of Steele,” #4702, Revised Final Draft, by John Wirth, May 30, 1984, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   31
“Lofty Steele,” #4703, Revised Final Draft, by Brad Kern, May 22, 1984, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   32
“Let's Steele a Plot,” #4704, Revised Final Draft, by Richard De Roy, and Joe Gores, September 21, 1984, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   33
“Second Base Steele,” #4705, Revised Final Draft, by Rick Mittleman, August 7, 1984, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   34
“Steele at It,” #4707, Revised Final Draft, by Jeff Melvoin, June 14, 1984, with later revisions
Box   32
Folder   35
“Steele in the Chips,” #4710, Revised Final Draft, by Robin Bernheim, Stephanie Zimbalist, and Howard Baldwin, June 12, 1984, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   1
“Steele Your Heart Away,” #4711, Revised Final Draft, by Brian Clemens, June 18, 1984, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   2
“Puzzled Steele,” #4712, by Brian Clemens, Dennis Revised Final Draft, Spooner, and Jeff Melvoin, July 23, 1984, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   3
“Maltese Steele,” #4713, Revised Final Draft, by John Wirth, July 9, 1984, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   4
“Gourmet Steele” (New Scenes), #4716, Revised Final Draft, by Bob Shayne, August 23, 1984, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   5
“Steele Trying,” #4717, Revised Final Draft, by Michael Gleason, February 22, 1985, revised , February 25, 1985
Box   33
Folder   6
“Stronger Than Steele,” #4718, Revised Final Draft, by Kerry Lenhart and John J. Sakmar, November 14, 1984, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   7
“Cast in Steele,” #4720, Revised Final Draft, by Jeff Melvoin, October 16, 1984, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   8
“A Pocketfull of Steele,” #4721, Revised Final Draft, by Brad Kern, October 5, 1984, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   9
“Springtime for Steele,” #4722, Revised Final Draft, by John Wirth, October 31, 1984, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   10
“Steele in the Family,” #4723, Revised Final Draft, by Brad Kern, December 5, 1984, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   11
“Now You Steele It, Now You Don't,” #4724, Revised Final Draft, by John Wirth, January 11, 1985, revised , January 13, 1985
Box   33
Folder   12
“Have I Got a Steele for You,” #4725, Revised Final Draft, by Jeff Melvoin, November 21, 1984, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   13
“Illustrated Steele,” #4726, Revised Final Draft, by John J. Sakmar and Kerry Lenhart, January 28, 1985, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   14
“Diced Steele,” #4727 by Jeff Melvoin, Revised Final Draft, December 30, 1984, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   15
“Steele of Approval,” #4728, Revised Final Draft, by Brad Kern, February 8, 1985, with later revisions
Scripts, 1985-1986 Season
Box   36
Folder   13
“Steele Searching” Part One, #5701, Script by Michael Gleason, last revised July 9, 1985
Box   36
Folder   14
“Steele Searching” Part Two, #5702, Script by Michael Gleason, last revised June 21, 1985
Box   36
Folder   15
“Steele, Inc.,” #5703, Script by Brad Kern, last revised October 28, 1985
Box   36
Folder   16
“Steele Blushing,” #5704, Script by John Wirth, last revised July 16, 1985
Box   36
Folder   17
“Steele in the Spotlight,” #5705, Script by Kerry Lenhart and John J. Sakmar, last revised December 19, 1985
Box   36
Folder   18
“Bonds of Steele,” #5706, Script by Jeff Melvoin, last revised February 12, 1986
Box   36
Folder   19
“Dancer, Prancer, Donner and Steele,” #5708, Script by Elliott Lewis and Michael Gleason, last revised November 12, 1985
Box   36
Folder   20
“Grappling Steele,” #5709, Script by Rick Mittleman, last revised August 5, 1985
Box   36
Folder   21
“Forged Steele,” #5710, Script by Rick Mittleman, last revised August 22, 1985
Box   36
Folder   22
“Premium Steele,” #5711, Script by Gerald Sanoff, last revised August 14, 1985
Box   36
Folder   23
“Corn-Fed Steele,” #5712, Script by Pamela Norris, last revised September 23, 1985
Box   36
Folder   24
“Steele in the Running,” #5713, Script by Susan Woollen, last revised September 13, 1985
Box   36
Folder   25
“Coffee, Tea or Steele,” #5714, Script by Robin Bernheim, last revised July 29, 1985
Box   36
Folder   26
“Steele Spawning,” #5715, Script by John Wirth, last revised October 30, 1985
Box   36
Folder   27
“Suburban Steele,” #5716, Script by Robin Bernheim, last revised October 25, 1985
Box   36
Folder   28
“Steele on the Air,” #5717, J. Sakmar, last Script by Kerry Lenhart and John revised October 29, 1985
Box   36
Folder   29
“Steele Blue Yonder,” #5718, Script by Brad Kern, last revised January 15, 1986
Box   36
Folder   30
“Sensitive Steele,” #57l9, Script by Rick Mittleman, last revised November 22, 1985
Box   36
Folder   31
“Steele Alive and Kicking,” #5720, Script by John Wirth, last revised February 3, 1986
Box   36
Folder   32
“Santa Claus Is Coming to Steele,” #5721, Script by Michael Gleason, last revised December 9, 1985
Box   36
Folder   33
“Beg, Borrow or Steele,” #5722, Script by Brad Kern, last revised February 26, 1986
Box   36
Folder   34
“Steele at Your Service,” #5723, Script by Lee H. Grant, last revised January 2, 1986
Scripts, 1986-1987 Season
Box   46
Folder   3
“The Steele That Wouldn't Die: Part I,” #6702, Script by Brad Kern, October 30, 1986
Box   46
Folder   4
“Steele Hanging in There: Part I,” #6706, Script by Robin Bernheim, November 4, 1986
Box   46
Folder   5
“Steele Hanging in There: Part II,” #6707, Script by Robin Bernheim, November 4, 1986
Box   46
Folder   6
“The Steele That Wouldn't Die: Part II,” #6708, Script by Brad Kern, October 6, 1986
Box   46
Folder   7
“Steeled with a Kiss: Part I,” #6709, Script by Robin Bernheim, December 4, 1986
Box   46
Folder   8
“Steeled with a Kiss: Part II,” #6710, Script by Brad Kern, November 28, 1986
Rhoda
Scripts, 1974-1975 Season
Box   14
Folder   49
“Joe” (pilot), #4151, Script by David Davis and Lorenzo Music, July 16, 1974
Box   14
Folder   50
“You Can Go Home Again,” #4152, Script by Pat Nardo and Gloria Banta, July 23, 1974
Box   14
Folder   51
“The Lady in Red,” #4153, Script by Gail Parent, August 6, 1974
Box   14
Folder   52
“I'll Be Loving You, Sometimes,” #4154, Script by Norman Barasch and Carroll Moore, August 13, 1974
Box   14
Folder   53
“Parents' Day,” #4155, Script by Charlotte Brown, July 30, 1974
Box   14
Folder   54
“'S Wonderful,” #4156, Script by Marilyn Miller, November 7, 1974
Box   14
Folder   55
“The Shower,” #4157, Script by Gail Parent, September 10, 1974
Box   14
Folder   56
“Pop Goes the Question,” #4158, Script by Norman Barasch and Carroll Moore, August 20, 1974
Box   14
Folder   57
“Honeymoon,” #4159, Script by Pat Nardo and Gloria Banta, September 19, 1974
Box   14
Folder   58
“Rhoda's Wedding,” #4160, Script by Norman Barasch, Carroll Moore, David Lloyd, Lorenzo Music, Allan Burns, and James L. Brooks, August 30, 1974
Box   15
Folder   1
“Anything Wrong?” #4163, Script by Coleman Mitchell and Geoffrey Neigher, September 23, 1974
Box   15
Folder   2
“9-E Is Available,” #4163, Script by Charlotte Brown, October 3, 1974
Box   15
Folder   3
“I'm a Little Late, Folks...,” #4164, Script by Norman Barasch and Carroll Moore, October 11, 1974
Box   15
Folder   4
“Goodbye, Charlie,” #4165, Script by Charlotte Brown, November 11, 1974
Box   15
Folder   5
“Guess What I Got You for the Holidays,” #4166, Script by Coleman Mitchell and Geoffrey Neigher, November 1, 1974
Box   15
Folder   6
“Whattya Think It's There For?” #4167, Script by Coleman Mitchell and Geoffrey Neigher, November 21, 1974
Box   15
Folder   7
“Not Made for Each Other,” #4168, Script by Charlotte Brown, December 2, 1974
Box   15
Folder   8
“Strained Interlude,” #4169, Script by Coleman Mitchell and Geoffrey Neigher, December 12, 1974
Box   15
Folder   9
“Everything I Have Is Yours, Almost,” #4170, Script by Michael Leeson, December 20, 1974
Box   15
Folder   10
“Chest Pains,” #4171, Script by Coleman Mitchell and Geoffrey Neigher, January 10, 1975
Box   15
Folder   11
“Windows by Rhoda,” #4172, Script by Charlotte Brown, January 17, 1975
Box   15
Folder   12
“A Nice Warm Rut,” #4173, Script by Marilyn Suzanne Miller, January 24, 1975
Box   15
Folder   13
“Ida, the Elf,” #4174, Script by Charlotte Brown, January 31, 1975
Box   15
Folder   14
“Along Comes Mary,” #4175, Script by Charlotte Brown, Coleman Mitchell, and Geoffrey Neigher, February 7, 1975
Scripts, 1975-1976 Season
Box   15
Folder   15
“Mucho Macho,” #5151, Script by Coleman Mitchell and Geoffrey Neigher, July 23, 1975
Box   15
Folder   16
“Kiss Your Epaulets Goodbye,” #5152, Script by Michael Leeson, July 29, 1975
Box   15
Folder   17
“Myrna's Story,” #5153, Script by Linda Bloodworth, September 16, 1975
Box   15
Folder   18
“Somebody Down There Likes Him,” #5154, Script by Pat Nardo and Gloria Banta, August 19, 1975
Box   15
Folder   19
“Rhoda Meets the Ex-Wife,” #5155, Script by Charlotte Brown, June 25, 1975
Box   15
Folder   20
“Ida's Doctor,” #5156, Script by Coleman Mitchell and Geoffrey Neigher, June 18, 1975
Box   15
Folder   21
“With Friends Like These...” #5157, Script by Sue Grafton, July 1, 1975
Box   15
Folder   22
“Brenda's Unemployment,” #5158, Script by Pamela Herbert Chais, August 27, 1975
Box   15
Folder   23
“The Party,” #5159, Script by Charlotte Brown, July 15, 1975
Box   15
Folder   24
“Friends and Mothers,” #5160, Script by Pat Nardo and Gloria Banta, September 23, 1975
Box   15
Folder   25
“Don't Give Up the Office,” #5161, Script by Bud Wiser, January 21, 1976
Box   15
Folder   26
“Call Me Grandma,” #5162, Script by Charlotte Brown, August 13, 1975
Box   15
Folder   27
“Rhoda's Sellout,” #5163, Script by Coleman Mitchell and Geoffrey Neigher, September 30, 1975
Box   15
Folder   28
“If You Don't Tell Her...I Will,” #5164, Script by Bruce Kane, October 22, 1975
Box   15
Folder   29
“A Night With the Girls,” #5165, Script by Charlotte Brown, October 28, 1975
Box   15
Folder   30
“Attack on Mr. Right,” #5166, Script by Pat Nardo and Gloria Banta, November 12, 1975
Box   15
Folder   31
“Bump in the Night,” #5167, Script by Seth Freeman, November 5, 1975
Box   15
Folder   32
“The Love Song of J. Nicholas Lobo,” #5168, Script by Coleman Mitchell and Geoffrey Neigher, October 8, 1975
Box   15
Folder   33
“The Marty Morgan Story,” #5169, Script by Charlotte Brown, December 17, 1975
Box   15
Folder   34
“It's Not My Fault...Is It?” #5170, Script by Earl Pomerantz, January 14, 1976
Box   15
Folder   35
“The Return of Billy Glass,” #5171, Script by Coleman Mitchell and Geoffrey Neigher, December 3, 1975
Box   15
Folder   36
“If You Want to Shoot the Rapids, You Have to Get Wet,” #5172, Script by Charlotte Brown, November 18, 1975
Box   15
Folder   37
“An FBI Story,” #5173, Script by Pat Nardo and Gloria Banta, December 9, 1975
Box   15
Folder   38
“Let's Call In Love,” #5174, Script by Coleman Mitchell and Geoffrey Neigher, January 6, 1976
Scripts, 1976-1977 Season
Box   15
Folder   39
“The Separation,” #6151, Script by Charlotte Brown, June 23, 1976
Box   15
Folder   40
“Together Again for the First Time,” #6152, Script by Coleman Mitchell and Geoffrey Neigher, July 14, 1976
Box   15
Folder   41
“No Big Deal,” #6153, Script by Pat Nardo and Gloria Banta, June 30, 1976
Box   15
Folder   42
“Rhoda Questions Her Life and Flies to Paris,” #6154, Script by Michael Leeson, August 18, 1976
Box   15
Folder   43
“I Won't Dance,” #6155, Script by Charlotte Brown, August 4, 1976
Box   15
Folder   44
“Man of the Year,” #6156, Script by Pat Nardo and Gloria Banta, August 25, 1976
Box   15
Folder   45
“H-e-e-e-r-e's Johnny,” #6157, Script by Coleman Mitchell and Geoffrey Neigher, July 21, 1976
Box   15
Folder   46
“Two Little Words: Marriage Counselor,” #6158, Script by Charlotte Brown, July 28, 1976
Box   15
Folder   47
“Guess Who I Saw Today?” #6159, Script by Burt Prelutsky, September 29, 1976
Box   15
Folder   48
“An Elephant Never Forgets,” #6160, Script by Michael Leeson, September 1, 1976
Box   15
Folder   49
“A Touch of Classy,” #6161, Script by Coleman Mitchell and Geoffrey Neigher, October 13, 1976
Box   15
Folder   50
“Meet the Levy's,” #6162, Script by Charlotte Brown, September 22, 1976
Box   15
Folder   51
“You Deserve a Break Today,” #6163, Script by Pat Nardo and Gloria Banta, October 6, 1976
Box   15
Folder   52
“The Ultimatum,” #6164, Script by Charlotte Brown, November 3, 1976
Box   15
Folder   53
“What Are You Doing New Year's?” #6165, Script by Pat Nardo and Gloria Banta, November 10, 1976
Box   15
Folder   54
“A Night in the Emergency Room,” #6166, Script by Coleman Mitchell and Geoffrey Neigher, December 1, 1976
Box   16
Folder   1
“Love for Sale” (formerly “Gary's Dream Girl”), #6167, Script by Coleman Mitchell and Geoffrey Neigher, November 17, 1976
Box   16
Folder   2
“Somebody Has to Say They're Sorry,” #6168, Script by Martin Rips and Joseph Staretski, December 8, 1976
Box   16
Folder   3
“The Second Time Around,” #6169, Script by Pat Nardo and Gloria Banta, January 5, 1977
Box   16
Folder   4
“Nick Lobo Superstar,” #6170, Script by Charlotte Brown, December 15, 1976
Box   16
Folder   5
“Nose Job,” #6171, Script by Charlotte Brown, January 19, 1977
Box   16
Folder   6
“Rhoda's Mystery Man,” #6172, Script by Coleman Mitchell and Geoffrey Neigher, January 12, 1976
Box   16
Folder   7
“Pajama Party Bingo” (formerly “The Lost Weekend”), #6173, Script by Ian Praiser and Varley Smith, January 26, 1977
Box   16
Folder   8
“To Vegas With Love,” #6174, Script by Coleman Mitchell and Geoffrey Neigher, February 1-2, 1977
Scripts, 1977-1978 Season
Box   16
Folder   9
“Lady's Choice,” #7153, Script by Sy Rosen, July 27, 1977
Box   16
Folder   10
“Johnny's Solo Flight,” #7155, Script by Dennis Koenig and Larry Balmagia, July 13, 1977
Box   16
Folder   11
“The Weekend,” #7157, Script by Earl Pomerantz, August 3, 1977
Box   16
Folder   12
“Rhoda Likes Mike,” #7158, Script by Deborah Leschin, August 17, 1977
Box   16
Folder   13
“The Job,” #7159, Script by Allan Katz and Don Reo, August 24, 1977
Box   16
Folder   14
“The Return of Ida,” #7160, Script by Charlotte Brown, July 20, 1977
Box   16
Folder   15
“Home Movies,” #7161, Script by Allan Katz and Don Reo, September 21, 1977
Box   16
Folder   16
“One Is a Number,” #7162, Script by Charlotte Brown, August 31, 1977
Box   16
Folder   17
“Ida Works Out,” #7163, Script by Larry Balmagia and Dennis Koenig, September 14, 1977
Box   16
Folder   18
“All Work and No Play,” #7164, Script by Deborah Leschin, September 28, 1977
Box   16
Folder   19
“Ida Alone,” #7165, Script by David Lloyd, October 5, 1977
Box   16
Folder   20
“Who's Shy?” #7166, Script by Dennis Koenig and Larry Balmagia, October 19, 1977
Box   16
Folder   21
“Blind Date,” #7167, Script by Don Reo, October 26, 1977
Box   16
Folder   22
“The Jack Story,” #7168, Script by Allan Katz, November 7, 1977
Box   16
Folder   23
“Happy Anniversary,” #7169, Script by Charlotte Brown, November 2, 1977
Box   16
Folder   24
“Gary and Ida,” #7170, Script by David Lloyd, November 16, 1977
Box   16
Folder   25
“As Time Goes By,” #7171, Script by Deborah Leschin, November 30, 1977
Box   16
Folder   26
“Rhoda Cheats,” #7172, Script by Charlotte Brown, December 7, 1977
Box   16
Folder   27
“Two's Company,” #7173, Script by Don Reo, December 14, 1977
Box   16
Folder   28
“So Long, Lucky,” #7174, Script by Allan Katz, January 4, 1978
Box   16
Folder   29
“Brenda, the Bank Girl,” #7175, Script by Earl Pomerantz, January 18, 1978
Box   16
Folder   30
“Jack's Back,” #7176, Script by Deborah Leschin, January 11, 1978
Box   16
Folder   31
“Five for the Road, Part I,” #7177, Script by Charlotte Brown, Allen Katz and Don Reo, January 25, 1978
Box   16
Folder   32
“Five for the Road, Part II,” #7178, Script by Charlotte Brown, Allan Katz and Don Reo, January 31, 1978
Scripts, 1978-1979 Season
Box   16
Folder   33
“Rhoda vs. Ida,” #8151, Script by Bob Ellison, July 19, 1978
Box   16
Folder   34
“Martin Doesn't Live Here Anymore,” #8152, Script by Charlotte Brown, July 12, 1978
Box   16
Folder   35
“Meet the Goodwins,” #8153, Script by Charlotte Brown, August 16, 1978
Box   16
Folder   36
“The Date in the Iron Mask,” #8154, Script by Bob Ellison, September 13, 1978
Box   16
Folder   37
“In Search of Martin,” #8155, Script by Garry Ferrier and Aubrey Tadman, August 2, 1978
Box   16
Folder   38
“Brenda Gets Engaged,” #8156, Script by David Lloyd, August 9, 1978
Box   16
Folder   39
“Ida's Roommate,” #8157, Script by David Lloyd, August 23, 1978
Box   16
Folder   40
“Jack's New Image,” #8158, Script by Aubrey Tadman and Garry Ferrier, September 20, 1978
Box   16
Folder   41
“Martin Comes Home,” #8159, Script by Charlotte Brown, October 4, 1978
Box   16
Folder   42
“The Total Brenda,” #8160, Script by Emily Purdum Marshall, October 18, 1978
Box   16
Folder   43
“Martin Swallows His Heart,” #8161, Script by Bob Ellison, September 27, 1978
Box   16
Folder   44
“Earl's Helping Hand,” #8163, Script by Emily Purdum Marshall, October 25, 1978
Box   16
Folder   45
“Brenda Runs Away,” #8164, Script by David Lloyd, November 1, 1978
St. Elsewhere
Scripts, 1982-1983 Season
Box   33
Folder   16
“Bypass,” #2301, Revised Final Draft, by Joshua Brand and John Falsey, April 23, 1982, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   17
“Graveyard,” #2302, Revised Final Draft, by Joshua Brand, John Falsey, John Masius, and Tom Fontana, September 3, 1982, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   18
“Samuels and the Kid,” #2303, Revised Final Draft, by Joshua Brand, John Falsey, and John Masius, June 21, 1982, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   19
“Downs Syndrome,” #2304, Revised Final Draft, by Joshua Brand, John Falsey, and Tom Fontana, May 17, 1982, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   20
“Cora and Arnie,” #2305, Revised Final Draft, by John Falsey, Joshua Brand, and Neil Cuthbert, May 17, 1982, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   21
“Legionnaires,” #2306, Revised Final Draft, by Joshua Brand, John Falsey, and Joel Surnow, June 21, 1982, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   22
“Tweety and Ralph,” #2307, Revised Final Draft, by Joshua Brand, John Falsey, and Elizabeth Diggs, July 9, 1982, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   23
“Rain,” #2308, Revised Final Draft, by John Falsey, Joshua Brand, and Tom Fontana, July 26, 1982, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   24
“Legionnaires II,” #2309, Revised Final Draft, by Joshua Brand, John Falsey, and Charles Rosin, June 1, 1982, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   25
“Hearts,” #2310, Revised Final Draft, by Joshua Brand, John Falsey, and John Masius, August 27, 1982, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   26
“Release,” #2311, Revised Final Draft, by Joshua Brand, John Falsey, Tom Fontana, and David Assael, September 12, 1982, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   27
“Family History,” #2312, Revised Final Draft, by Joshua Brand, John Falsey, and Andrew Laskos, October 7, 1982, revised , October 11, 1982
Box   33
Folder   28
“St. Elsewhere” (Pilot), #2313, Revised Final Draft, by Joshua Brand and John Falsey, March 31, 1982, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   29
“Remission,” #2314, Revised Final Draft, by Joshua Brand, John Falsey, and Leigh Curran, December 13, 1982, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   30
“Monday, Tuesday, Sven's Day,” #2315, Revised Final Draft, by Joshua Brand, John Falsey, John Masius, and Tom Fontana, December 18, 1982, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   31
“The Count,” #2316, Revised Final Draft, by Joshua Brand and John Falsey, January 10, 1983, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   32
“Brothers,” #2317, Revised Final Draft, by Joshua Brand, John Falsey, Mark Tinker, and John Tinker, January 19, 1983, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   33
“Dog Day Hospital,” #2318, Revised Final Draft, by Joshua Brand, John Falsey, and John Ford Noonan, February 2, 1983, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   34
“Baron von Munchausen,” #2319, Revised Final Draft, by Joshua Brand, John Falsey, David Assael, and Paul Schiffer, March 2, 1983, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   35
“Working,” #2320, Revised Final Draft, by Joshua Brand, John Falsey, and Dennis Cooper, February 14, 1983, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   36
“Craig in Love,” #2321, Revised Final Draft, by Joshua Brand, John Falsey, and Steven Lawson, February 23, 1983, revised , March 1, 1983
Box   33
Folder   37
“Addiction,” #2322, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius and Tom Fontana, March 11, 1983, with later revisions
Scripts, 1983-1984 Season
Box   33
Folder   38
“Ties That Bind,” #3301, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius and Tom Fontana, June 21, 1983, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   39
“Lust et Veritas,” #3302, Revised Final Draft , by John Masius, Tom Fontana, and Dennis Cooper, July 15, 1983, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   40
“Newheart,” #3303, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius, Tom Fontana, Garn Stephens, and Emilie Small, July 22, 1983, with later revisions
Box   33
Folder   41
“Qui Transtulit Sustinet,” #3304, Tinker and Mark Revised Final Draft, by John Tinker, August 5, 1983, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   1
“A Wing and a Prayer,” #3305, Revised Final Draft, by Raymond de Laurentis and Robert de Laurentis, August 19, 1983, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   2
“AIDS and Comfort,” #3306, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius, Tom Fontana, and Steve Lawson, August 26, 1983, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   3
“Under Pressure,” #3307, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius and Tom Fontana, September 9, 1983, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   4
“Entrapment,” #3308, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius, Tom Fontana, and Steve Bello, September 20, 1983, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   5
“All About Eve,” #3309, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius and Tom Fontana, September 30, 1983, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   6
“A Pig Too Far,” #3310, Revised Final Draft, by John Tinker and James Kahn, October 10, 1983, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   7
“Blizzard,” #3311, Revised Final Draft, by Steve Lawson and Jamie Horton, October 19, 1983, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   8
“Hearing,” #3312, Revised Final Draft, by Steve Bello and Robert Daniels, October 28, 1983, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   9
“In Sickness and in Health,” #3313, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius and Tom Fontana, November 8, 1983, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   10
“Drama Center,” #3314, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius and Tom Fontana, December 20, 1983, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   11
“Attack,” #3315, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius and Tom Fontana, December 16, 1983, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   12
“After Dark,” #3316, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius, Tom Fontana, and Steve Lawson, January 17, 1984, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   13
“Vanity,” #3317, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius and Tom Fontana, January 30, 1984, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   14
“Equinox,” #3318, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius and Tom Fontana, February 7, 1984, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   15
“The Women,” #3319, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius and Tom, Fontana, February 17, 1984, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   16
“Cramming,” #3320, Revised Final Draft, by Steve Lawson and Steve Bello, February 28, 1984, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   17
“Rough Cut,” #3321, Revised Final Draft, by Steve Lawson and Steve Bello, March 12, 1984, revised , March 14, 1984
Box   34
Folder   18
“Hello and Goodbye,” #3322, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius and Tom Fontana, March 19, 1984, with later revisions
Scripts, 1984-1985 Season
Box   34
Folder   19
“Playing God - Part I,” #4301, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius and Tom Fontana, May 30, 1984, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   20
“Playing God - Part II,” #4302, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius and Tom Fontana, June 7, 1984, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   21
“Two Balls and a Strike,” #4303, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius, Tom Fontana, and John Tinker, June 25, 1984, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   22
“Strike Out,” #4304, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius, Tom Fontana, and Steve Bello, July 3, 1984, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   23
“Breathless,” #4305, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius and Tom Fontana, July 16, 1984, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   24
“My Aim Is True,” #4306, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius and Tom Fontana, July 25, 1984, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   25
“Fade to White,” #4307, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius and Tom Fontana, August 3, 1984, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   26
“Sweet Dreams,” #4308, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius and Tom Fontana, August 14, 1984, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   27
“Up on the Roof,” #4309, Revised Final Draft, by John Tinker and Charles H. Eglee, August 24, 1984, later with revisions
Box   34
Folder   28
“Girls Just Want to Have Fun,” #4310, Revised Final Draft, by Charles H. Eglee and Steve Bello, September 6, 1984, revised , September 13, 1984
Box   34
Folder   29
“Homecoming,” #4311, Revised Final Draft, by Steve Bello and Channing Gibson, September 13, 1984, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   30
“The Children's Hour,” #4312, Revised Final Draft, by Channing Gibson and John Tinker, September 25, 1984, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   31
“Dr. Wyler, I Presume?” #4313, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius and Tom Fontana, October 3, 1984, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   32
“Whistle, Wylie Works,” #4314, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius and Tom Fontana, October 9, 1984, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   33
“Bye George,” #4315, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius and Tom Fontana, October 15, 1984, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   34
“Saving Face,” #4316, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius and Tom Fontana, November 5, 1984, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   35
“Give the Boy a Hand,” #4317, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius and Tom Fontana, November 12, 1984, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   36
“Any Portrait in a Storm,” #4318, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius and Tom Fontana, November 27, 1984, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   37
“Red, White, Black, and Blue,” #4319, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius and Tom Fontana, December 21, 1984, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   38
“Amazing Face,” #4320, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius and Tom Fontana, January 4, 1985, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   39
“Murder, She Rote,” #4321, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius, Tom Fontana, and Steve Bello, January 16, 1985, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   40
“Cheers,” #4322, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius, Tom Fontana, and John Tinker, January 25, 1985, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   41
“Tears of a Clown,” #4323, Revised Final Draft, by Steve Bello, John Tinker, Charles Eglee, and Channing Gibson, February 4, 1985, with later revisions
Box   34
Folder   42
“Bang the Eardrum Slowly,” #4324, Revised Final Draft, by John Masius and Tom Fontana, February 14, 1985, with later revisions
Scripts, 1985-1986 Season
Box   36
Folder   35
“Fathers and Sons,” #5302, Final Draft Script, by Duncan Smith, John Masius, and Tom Fontana, last revised June 17, 1985
Box   36
Folder   36
“The Naked and the Dead,” #5303, Final Draft Script, by Russ Woody, John Masius, and Tom Fontana, last revised July 17, 1985
Box   36
Folder   37
“Slice O' Life,” #5304, Final Draft Script, by John Tinker, John Masius, and Tom Fontana, last revised July 24, 1985
Box   36
Folder   38
“Lost and Found in Space,” #5305, Final Draft Script, by Bob Rosenfarb, John Masius, and Tom Fontana, last revised August 9, 1985
Box   36
Folder   39
“Close Encounters,” #5306, Final Draft Script, by Norma Safford Vela, John Masius, and Tom Fontana, last revised August 9, 1985
Box   36
Folder   40
“Watch the Skies,” #5307, Final Draft Script, by Charles H. Eglee, John Masius, and Tom Fontana, last revised August 28, 1985
Box   36
Folder   41
“Sanctuary,” #5308, Final Draft Script, by Channing Gibson, John Masius, and Tom Fontana, last revised September 3, 1985
Box   36
Folder   42
“Remembrance of Things Past,” #5309, Final Draft Script, by John Masius, Bruce Paltrow, and Tom Fontana, last revised September 5, 1985
Box   36
Folder   43
“Haunted,” #5310, Final Draft Script, by John Tinker, Charles H. Eglee, Channing Gibson, John Masius, and Tom Fontana, last revised June 17, 1985
Box   36
Folder   44
“The Boom-Boom Womb,” #5312, Final Draft Script, by Michael Moody, John Masius, and Tom Fontana, last revised September 26, 1985
Box   36
Folder   45
“To Tell the Truth,” #5313, Final Draft Script, by Steve Lawson, John Masius, and Tom Fontana, last revised October 7, 1985
Box   36
Folder   46
“Santa Claus Is Dead,” #5314, Final Draft Script, by John Masius, Tom Fontana, and Charles H. Eglee, last revised October 16, 1985
Box   37
Folder   1
“Family Ties,” #5315, Final Draft Script, by Judith Kahan, John Masius, and Tom Fontana, last revised October 22, 1985
Box   37
Folder   2
“Family Feud,” #5316, Final Draft Script, by Frank Dandridge, John Masius, and Tom Fontana, last revised November 5, 1985
Box   37
Folder   3
“Family Affair,” #5317, Final Draft Script, by Eric Overmyer, John Masius, and Tom Fontana, last revised November 8, 1985
Box   37
Folder   4
“Time Heals,” #5318, Part I, and #5301, Part II, Final Draft Script, by John Tinker, Tom Fontana, and John Masius, last revised December 5, 1985
Box   37
Folder   5
“Out on a Limb,” #5319, Final Draft Script, by Judith Kahan, John Masius, and Tom Fontana, last revised January 13, 1986
Box   37
Folder   6
“Come Home, Oh Sapien,” #5320, Final Draft Script, by Michael Duggan, John Masius, and Tom Fontana, last revised January 14, 1986
Box   37
Folder   7
“Cheek to Cheek,” #5321, Final Draft Script, by Eric Overmyer, john Masius, and Tom Fontana, last revised January 23, 1986
Box   37
Folder   8
“E.R.,” #5322, Final Draft Script, by Channing Gibson, Tom Fontana, and John Masius, last revised February 21, 1986
Box   37
Folder   9
“Loss of Power,” #5323, Final Draft Script, by John Masius, Tom Fontana, Bruce Paltrow, and Mark Tinker, last revised September 13, 1985
Box   37
Folder   10
“Black's Magic,” #5324, Final Draft Script, by John Masius, Tom Fontana, John Tinker, Charles H. Eglee, and Channing Gibson, last revised February 13, 1986
Box   37
Folder   11
“The Equalizer,” #5325, Final Draft Script, by John Masius, Tom Fontana, John Tinker, Channing Gibson, and Charles H. Eglee, last revised February 21, 1986
Scripts, 1982-1983 Season
Box   46
Folder   9
“Where There's Hope, There's Crosby,” #6301, Script by John Masius and Tom Fontana, August 4, 1986
Box   46
Folder   10
“When You Wish Upon a Scar,” #6302, Script by John Tinker, July 18, 1986
Box   46
Folder   11
“A Room with a View,” #6303, Script by Charming Gibson, July 29, 1986
Box   46
Folder   12
“Brand New Bag,” #6304, Script by Eric Overmyer, August 11, 1986
Box   46
Folder   13
“You Beta Your Life,” #6305, Script by Mark Tinker, John Masius, and, Tom Fontana, August 12, 1986
Box   47
Folder   1
“Not My Type,” #6306, Script by Ann Reckling, August 21, 1986
Box   47
Folder   2
“Up and Down,” #6307, Script by Johnny Dawkins, September 2, 1986
Box   47
Folder   3
“Nothing Up My Sleeve,” #6308, Script by Norma Stafford Vela, September 15, 1986
Box   47
Folder   4
“Once Upon a Mattress,” #6309, Script by Channing Gibson, September 24, 1986
Box   47
Folder   5
“Afterlife,” #6310, Script by John Tinker, Tom Fontana, and, John Masius, October 23, 1986
Box   47
Folder   6
“Lost Weekend,” #6311, Script by Eric Overmyer, October 14, 1986
Box   47
Folder   7
“Cold War,” #6312, Script by Chris Gibson, October 22, 1986
Box   47
Folder   8
“Russian, Roulette,” #6313, Script by Ann Reckling, November 3, 1986
Box   47
Folder   9
“Visiting Daze,” #6314, Script by D. Keith Mano, November 10, 1986
Box   47
Folder   10
“Getting Ahead,” #6315, Script by John Masius, Tom Fontana, and, Eric Overmyer, November 24, 1986
Box   47
Folder   11
“Jose, Can You See?,” #6316, Script by John Tinker, December 15, 1986
Box   47
Folder   12
“Schwarzald,” #6317, Script by James Kramer and Richard Kramer, January 28, 1987
Box   47
Folder   13
“You Again?” #6318, Script by Susan Kander, February 4, 1987
Box   48
Folder   1
“Rites of Passage,” #6319, Script by than Gibson, John Masius, and Tom Fontana, January 23, 1987
Box   48
Folder   2
“Women Unchained,” #6320, Script by Russ Woody, February 4, 1987
Box   48
Folder   3
“Slip Sliding Away,” #6321, Script by John Masius and Tom Fontana, February 14, 1987
Box   48
Folder   4
“Last Dance at the Wrecker's Ball,” #6322, Script by John Masius and Tom Fontana, February 26, 1987
Box   48
Folder   5
“Good Vibrations,” #6323, Script by John Masius, Tom Fontana, John Tinker,, and Chan Gibson, March 5, 1987
Scripts, 1987-1988 Season
Box   48
Folder   6
“Resurrection,” #7301, Script by John Tinker and Channing Gibson, August 21, 1987
Box   48
Folder   7
“The Idiot and the Odyssey,” #7302, Script by John Masius, July 28, 1987
Box   48
Folder   8
“A Moon for the Misbegotten,” #7303, Script by Tom Fontana, July 31, 1987
Box   48
Folder   9
“Ewe Can't Go Home Again,” #7304, Script by Eric Overmyer, August 17, 1987
Box   48
Folder   10
“Night of the Living Dead,” #7305, Script by John PiRoman, August 28, 1987
Box   48
Folder   11
“The He-Man Woman Hater's Club,” #7306, Script by Janis Hirsch, September 7, 1987
Box   48
Folder   12
“Handoff,” #7307, Script by Glen Merzer, September 18, 1987
Box   48
Folder   13
“Heart On,” #7308, Script by John Tinker and Channing Gibson,, September 30, 1987
Box   49
Folder   1
“No Chemo, Sabe?,” #7310, Script by Douglas Steinberg, October 19, 1987
Box   49
Folder   2
“A Coupla White Dummies Sitting Around Talking,” #7311, Script by D. Keith Nano, October 29, 1987
Box   49
Folder   3
“Final Cut,” #7312, Script by James Kramer, November 5, 1987
Box   49
Folder   4
“Heaven's Skate,” #7313, Script by Ann Reckling, November 18, 1987
Box   49
Folder   5
“Curtains,” #7314, Script by Lydia Woodward, November 30, 1987
Box   49
Folder   6
“Fairytale Theater,” #7315, Script by Lydia Woodward and Grace McKeaney, December 9, 1987
Box   49
Folder   7
“Down and Out on Beacon Hill,” #7316, Script by John Tinker and Channing Gibson, January 28, 1988
Box   49
Folder   8
“Their Town,” #7317, Script by S. J. Lewis, January 12, 1988
Box   49
Folder   9
“The Naked Civil Surgeon,” #7318, Script by Grace McKeaney, February 8, 1988
Box   49
Folder   10
“Requiem for a Heavyweight,” #7319, Script by Lydia Woodward, February 17, 1988
Box   49
Folder   11
“Split Decision,” #7320, Script by Aram Saroyan, February 23, 1988
Box   49
Folder   12
“The Abby Singer Show,” #7321, Script by Tom Fontana, February 29, 1988
Box   49
Folder   13
“The Last One,” #7322, Script by Bruce Paltrow and Mark Tinker, March 11, 1988
Box   50
Folder   1
“Weigh In, Way Out,” #7323, Script by John Tinker, Channing Gibson, and Tom Fontana, October 7, 1987
Tattinger's
Scripts, 1988-1989 Season
Box   50
Folder   2
Pilot, #7901/#7950, Script by Bruce Paltrow, John Masius, and, Tom Fontana, September 28, 1988
Box   50
Folder   3
“Virgin Spring,” #7903, Script by Robert DeLaurentis, October 14, 1988
Box   50
Folder   4
“The Sonny Also Rises,” #7916, Script by Tom Fontana, October 12, 1988
Box   50
Folder   5
“Nouvelle York,” #8902, Script by Bruce Paltrow and Tom Fontana, October 11, 1988
Box   50
Folder   6
“Wall Street Blues,” #8905, Script by Peter McCabe, December 16, 1988
Box   50
Folder   7
“Two Men And A Baby,” #8907, Script by Robert DeLaurentis, November 16, 1988
Box   50
Folder   8
“Broken Windows,” #8913, Script by Noel Behn and Tom Fontana, November 1, 1988
Box   50
Folder   9
“Rest In Peas,” #8914, Script by John Tinker and Channing Gibson, November 11, 1988
Box   50
Folder   10
“Death and Taxis,” #8915, Script by John Tinker and Charming Gibson, October 25, 1988
Box   50
Folder   11
“Half A Loaf...” #8918, Script by Tom Fontana, Channing Gibson, and, John Tinker, February 27, 1989
Box   50
Folder   12
“El Sid,” #8920, Script by Tom Fontana and John Tinker, March 16, 1989
The Texas Wheelers
Scripts, 1974-1975 Season
Box   17
Folder   1
“Wallin' Wheeler Is Dead” (pilot), Script by Dale Mc Raven, February 8, 1974
Box   17
Folder   2
“The Widow,” #4251, Script by Jim Parker, July 16, 1974
Box   17
Folder   3
“Big Night in Blue Gum,” #4256, Script by Dale Mc Raven, July 9, 1974
Box   17
Folder   4
“The Accident,” #4257, July 22, 1974
Box   17
Folder   5
“The Liar's Contest,” #4259, Script by Tom Rickman, July 12, 1974
Box   17
Folder   6
“The Bookmobile,” #4260, Script by Dale McRaven, June 26, 1974
Box   17
Folder   7
“Flowers for Her Grave,” #4261, Script by Dale McRaven, August 21, 1974
Box   17
Folder   8
“The X-Rated Movie,” #4262, Script by Dale Mc Raven, July 17, 1974
Box   17
Folder   9
“The Call,” #4263, Script by Dale Mc Raven, August 9, 1974
Box   17
Folder   10
“The Rebel,” #4264, Script by John Reiger and Gary Markowitz, August 16, 1974
Box   17
Folder   11
“The Well,” #4265, Script by Edmund Vail, Sr., September 6, 1974
Box   17
Folder   12
“The Twister,” #4266, Script by Dale McRaven, August 30, 1974
Box   17
Folder   13
“The Music Box,” #4267, Script by Jerry Belson, September 12, 1974
Three for the Road
Scripts, 1975-1976 Season
Box   17
Folder   14
Pilot, #0311-5813-6521, Script by Jerry McNeely, January 23, 1975
Box   17
Folder   15
“Odyssey in Sneakers,” #5251, Script by Michael Kozoll, July 1, 1975
Box   17
Folder   16
“Match Point,” #5253, Script by Jerry McNeely, June 17, 1975
Box   17
Folder   17
“Facade,” #5254, Script by Jack Miller, September 10, 1975
Box   17
Folder   18
“The Fugitives,” #5255, Script by Del Reisman, Perry Grant, Dick Bensfield, July 15, 1975
Box   17
Folder   19
“Guest in Zebec,” #5256, Script by Arnold and Lois Peyser, August 1, 1975
Box   17
Folder   20
“Fear,” #5258, Script by Dick Bensfield and Perry Grant, July 7, 1975
Box   17
Folder   21
“The Albatross,” #5259, Script by Arnold Somkin, October 3, 1975
Box   17
Folder   22
“Sisters in Shadow,” #5262, Teleplay by William Kelley, Story by William Kelly and Nina Laemmle, August 13, 1975
Box   17
Folder   23
“Ride on a Red Balloon,” #5263, Script by Jerry McNeely, August 20, 1975
Box   17
Folder   24
“Bigfoot,” #5265, Script by Michael Kozoll, September 23, 1975
Box   17
Folder   25
“The Cave,” #5266, Script by Jack Turley, September 2, 1975
Box   17
Folder   26
“Assignment in Los Angeles,” #5267, Script by Dick Nelson, October 10, 1975
The Tony Randall Show
Scripts, 1976-1977 Season
Box   17
Folder   27
Pilot, #0311-0202-0798, Script by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, February 25, 1976
Box   17
Folder   28
“Case: A Question of Qualifications,” #6351, Script by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, July 31, 1976
Box   17
Folder   29
“Case: Money vs. Stature,” #6352, Script by Hugh Wilson, October 22, 1976
Box   17
Folder   30
“Case: The Snow White Affair,” #6353, Script by Lloyd Garver, August 20, 1976
Box   17
Folder   31
“Case: The Ego Affair,” #6354, Script by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, August 6, 1976
Box   17
Folder   32
“Case: Violence vs. Finesse,” #6355, Script by Earl Pomerantz, January 14, 1977
Box   17
Folder   33
“Case: His Honor vs. Her Honor,” #6356, Script by David Lloyd, August 13, 1975
Box   17
Folder   34
“Case: Franklin vs. Reubner and Reubner,” #6357, Script by Hugh Wilson, August 27, 1976
Box   17
Folder   35
“Case: 0' Come All Ye Wastrels,” #6358, Script by Sy Rosen, November 12, 1976
Box   17
Folder   36
“Case: Terwilliger vs. Himself,” #6359, Script by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, September 10, 1976
Box   17
Folder   37
“Case: The Lawndale Report,” #6360, Script by Gary David Goldberg, September 17, 1976
Box   17
Folder   38
“Case: The DeNecki Debacle,” #6361, Script by Hugh Wilson, September 24, 1976
Box   17
Folder   39
“Case: Democracy vs. Tyranny,” #6362, Script by Gary David Goldberg, October 1, 1976
Box   17
Folder   40
“Case: Franklin in Love,” #6363, Script by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, November 5, 1976
Box   17
Folder   41
“Case: Franklin vs. McClellan,” #6364, Script by Ken Levine and David Isaacs, November 18, 1976
Box   17
Folder   42
“Case: Mario Lanza Strikes Again,” #6365, Script by Gary David Goldberg, October 29, 1976
Box   17
Folder   43
“Case: May vs. December,” #6366, Script by Gary David Goldberg, January 7, 1977
Box   17
Folder   44
“Case: The Hooper Affair,” #6368, Script by Patricia Jones and Donald Reiker, December 3, 1976
Box   17
Folder   45
“Case: McClellan vs. Immigration,” #6369, Script by David Lloyd, December 10, 1976
Box   17
Folder   46
“Case: Whatever Happened to Mary Jane?” #6371, Script by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, December 17, 1976
Box   17
Folder   47
“Case: Facing Up vs. Hiding Behind the Drapes,” #6372, Script by Earl Pomerantz, January 12, 1977
Box   17
Folder   48
“Case: Franklin vs. Barnett,” #6374, Script by Ken Levine and David Isaacs, January 28, 1977
Scripts, 1977-1978 Season
Box   18
Folder   1
“Case: Civil Disobedience,” #7353, Script by Thomas Archer Chehak, September 16, 1977
Box   18
Folder   2
“Case: Franklin vs. Casanova,” #7354, Script by Kathy Donnell and Madeline DiMaggio Wagner, July 9, 1977
Box   18
Folder   3
“Case: Walter Screws Up,” #7355, Script by Sy Rosen, July 29, 1977
Box   18
Folder   4
“Case: Love vs. Excitement,” #7356, Script by Gary David Goldberg, August 5, 1977
Box   18
Folder   5
“Case: The Prodigal Father Returns,” #7357, Script by Hugh Wilson, July 22, 1977
Box   18
Folder   6
“Case: Franklin vs. the Generation Gap,” #7358, Script by Patricia Jones and Donald Reiker, July 16, 1977
Box   18
Folder   7
“Case: New Found Franklin,” #7359, Script by Carol Gary, August 19, 1977
Box   18
Folder   8
“Case: The Philadelphia Triangle,” #7360, Script by Gary David Goldberg, August 27, 1977
Box   18
Folder   9
“Case: The Taking of Reubner 1-2-3,” #7363, Script by Hugh Wilson, September 9, 1977
Box   18
Folder   10
“Case: Bobby vs. Michael,” #7364, Script by Patricia Jones and Donald Reiker, October 28, 1977
Box   18
Folder   11
“Case: Kids' Rights,” #7365, Script by William Allen Dial, October 21, 1977
Box   18
Folder   12
“Case: Wyatt Loves Bonnie,” #7366, Script by Gary David Goldberg, November 11, 1977
Box   18
Folder   13
“Case: The Skin Game,” #7367, Script by Earl Pomerantz, September 23, 1977
Box   18
Folder   14
“Case: Bobby and Brian,” #7368, Script by Patricia Jones and Donald Reiker, October 4, 1977
Box   18
Folder   15
“The Dream Maker,” #7369, Script by Mary-David Sheiner and Sheila Judis Weisberg, December 3, 1977
Box   18
Folder   16
“Case: The Phantom of the Poconos,” #7370, Script by Joyce Armor and Judie Neer, January 13, 1978
Box   18
Folder   17
“Case: I Live to Dance,” #7371, Script by Hugh Wilson, November 18, 1977
Box   18
Folder   18
“Case: The Sylvia Needleman Experience,” #7372, Script by Jay Tarses, November 4, 1977
Box   18
Folder   19
“Case: Twice Is Not Enough,” #7373, Script by Patricia Jones and Donald Reiker, December 9, 1977
Box   18
Folder   20
“Case: The Eyes of the Law,” #7375, Script by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, January 7, 1978
Box   18
Folder   21
“Case: The Way It Was,” #7376, Script by Blake Hunter, January 28, 1978
Box   18
Folder   22
“Case: Adios, Mr. Chips,” #7377, Script by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, January 21, 1978
We've Got Each Other
Scripts, 1977-1978 Season
Box   18
Folder   23
Pilot, Script by Tom Patchett and Jay Tarses, February 19, 1977
Box   18
Folder   24
“The Magic Show,” #7551, Script by Sy Rosen, October 27, 1977
Box   18
Folder   25
“The Long Vacation,” #7553, Script by Lloyd Garver, July 22, 1977
Box   18
Folder   26
“Miss Wonderful,” #7554, Script by Sy Rosen, August 18, 1977
Box   18
Folder   27
“A Space Odyssey,” #7555, Script by Kathy Donnell and Madeline DiMaggio Wagner, September 29, 1977
Box   18
Folder   28
“The 'Old-Beau' Incident,” #7556, Script by Mary-David Sheiner and Sheila Judis Weisberg, August 4, 1977
Box   18
Folder   29
“Pumping Iron,” #7557, Script by Jack Burns, July 28, 1977
Box   18
Folder   30
“The 101st Hibbard,” #7558, Script by Sy Rosen, August 25, 1977
Box   18
Folder   31
“Mother McCree,” #7559, Script by Jack Burns, September 8, 1977
Box   18
Folder   32
“The Collector,” #7560, Script by Sy Rosen, September 15, 1977
Box   18
Folder   33
“Oil Spill,” #7561, Script by Kathy Donnell and Madeline DiMaggio Wagner, October 13, 1977
Box   18
Folder   34
“Incomplete Pass,” #7563, Script by Mary-David Sheiner and Sheila Judis Weisberg, September 22, 1977
Box   18
Folder   35
“My Brother's Keeper,” #7564, Script by Jack Burns, October 21, 1977
The White Shadow
Scripts, 1978-1979 Season
Box   18
Folder   36
Pilot, #J3T1-5216-4501, Script by Bruce Paltrow, March 10, 1978
Box   18
Folder   37
“Here's Mud in Your Eye,” #8101, Script by Bruce Paltrow, September 15, 1978
Box   18
Folder   38
“Pregnant Pause,” #8102, Script by Steven Bochco, September 12, 1978
Box   18
Folder   39
“The Offer,” #8103, Script by Marc Rubin, October 5, 1978
Box   18
Folder   40
“Wanna Bet?” #8105, Script by Michael Kane, October 11, 1978
Box   18
Folder   41
“That Old Gang of Mine,” #8109, Script by Marc Rubin and Gary Kott, November 17, 1978
Box   19
Folder   1
“Bonus Baby,” #8110, Story by Bill Schwartz, Script by Robert DeLaurentis, October 19, 1978
Box   19
Folder   2
“We're in the Money,” #8111, Script by Mark Tinker, December 21, 1978
Box   19
Folder   3
“Just One of the Boys,” #8115, Script by John Falsey, December 11, 1978
Box   19
Folder   4
“Airball,” #8116, Script by Marc Rubin, December 6, 1978
Box   19
Folder   5
“Spare the Rod,” #8118, Script by Marc Rubin, January 17, 1979
Box   19
Folder   6
“The Great White Dope,” #8119, Script by John Falsey, January 18, 1979
Box   19
Folder   7
“Le Grand Finale,” #8122, Script by Marc Rubin, February 20, 1979
Box   19
Folder   8
“Mainstream,” #8123, Script by George Geiger, January 30, 1979
Box   19
Folder   9
“Little Orphan Abner,” #8125, Script by John Falsey, February 8, 1979
Scripts, 1979-1980 Season
Box   19
Folder   10
“On the Line,” #9101, Story by Gary Kott and Dusty Kay, Teleplay by Joshua Brand, June 26, 1979
Box   19
Folder   11
“A Silent Cheer,” #9103, Script by Steve Kline, July 13, 1979
Box   19
Folder   12
“The Stripper,” #9104, Story by Steve Kline and Marc Rubin, Teleplay by John Falsey, December 12, 1979
Box   19
Folder   13
“Needle,” #9105, Script by John Falsey, August 27, 1979
Box   19
Folder   14
“Albert Hodges,” #9106, Script by Marc Rubin, June 4, 1979
Box   19
Folder   15
“The Cross-Town Hustle,” #9107, Script by Steve Kline, July 27, 1979
Box   19
Folder   16
“Feeling No Pain,” #9110, Story by Michael Halperin, Teleplay by Marc Rubin and John Falsey, September 24, 1979
Box   19
Folder   17
“Sudden Death,” #9113, Story by Tom Chehak, Teleplay by Joshua Brand, June 28, 1979
Box   19
Folder   18
“Artist,” #9114, Story by Leroy Robinson and Marc Rubin, Teleplay by Marc Rubin, September 14, 1979
Box   19
Folder   19
“No Place Like Home” #9115, Script by Marshall Herskovitz, July 20, 1979
Box   19
Folder   20
“Me?” #9119, Script by Sam Hefter, August 15, 1979
Box   19
Folder   21
“A Christmas Present,” #9120, Script by John Falsey and Joshua Brand, October 29, 1979
Box   19
Folder   22
“The Death of Me Yet,” #9121, Script by Marc Rubin, January 24, 1980
Box   19
Folder   23
“Delores -- Of Course,” #9127, Script by Sam Hefter, October 3, 1979
Box   19
Folder   24
“Out at Home,” #9128, Story by Marc Rubin, Teleplay by Barry Gold, November 6, 1979
Box   19
Folder   25
“Sliding By,” #9129, Script by Charles "Chuck” Johnson, October 9, 1979
Box   19
Folder   26
“The Hitter,” #9130, Script by Tom DiMartini, January 16, 1980
Box   19
Folder   27
“The Russians Are Coming,” #9131, Story by Robert DiPietro, Teleplay by Joshua Brand and David Assael, January 14, 1980
Box   19
Folder   28
“Globetrotters,” #9133, Script by John Masius, August 29, 1979
Box   19
Folder   29
“Links,” #9134, Script by John Masius and Mark Tinker, November 9, 1979
Box   19
Folder   30
“Salami's Affair,” #9135, Story by Tom Chehak, Teleplay by David Assael and Joshua Brand, November 26, 1979
Box   19
Folder   31
“Gonna Fly Now,” #9136, Script by Steve Kline, December 18, 1979
Box   19
Folder   32
“A Few Good Men,” #9135, Script by John Falsey and Joshua Brand, February 5, 1980
Box   19
Folder   33
“Coolidge Goes Hollywood,” #9139, Script by Marc Rubin and John Falsey, February 20, 1980
Scripts, 1980-1981 Season
Box   19
Folder   34
“Cops,” #0101, Story by Erwin Washington, Teleplay by Erwin Washington and David Assael, January 14, 1981
Box   19
Folder   35
“No Blood, No Foul,” #0102, Script by Joshua Brand, July 10, 1980
Box   19
Folder   36
“B.M.O.C.,” #0104, Script by Steve Kline, December 4, 1980
Box   19
Folder   37
“Reunion,” Parts I and II, #0105/0106, Script by John Falsey, June 11, 1980
Box   20
Folder   1
“If Your Number's Up...Get It Down,” #0107, Script by Joshua Brand, October 13, 1980
Box   20
Folder   2
“Burnout,” #0108, Story by Dennis Danziger, Teleplay by Dennis Danziger and Eric Stunzi, January 27, 1981
Box   20
Folder   3
“Mr. Hero,” #0109, Script by Marshall Herskovitz, November 19, 1980
Box   20
Folder   4
“Georgia on My Mind” (Globetrotters II), #0110, Script by Marc Rubin, July 2, 1980
Box   20
Folder   5
“Psyched Out,” #0111, Story by Marc Rubin and Tom Blomquist, Teleplay by Joanne Pagliaro, January 5, 1981
Box   20
Folder   6
“Christmas Story,” #0112, Script by Joshua Brand and John Falsey, November 6, 1980
Box   20
Folder   7
“Vanity Fare,” #0114, Script by Mark Tinker and John Masius, November 4, 1980
Box   20
Folder   8
“Car Repo,” #0115, Story by Joshua Brand and Denis Belair, Teleplay by Joshua Brand, December 10, 1980
Box   20
Folder   9
“Trial and Error,” #0117, Script by Marc Rubin, November 25, 1980
Box   20
Folder   10
“A Day in the Life,” #0119, Script by Joshua Brand, January 26, 1981
WKRP in Cincinnati
Box   21
Folder   34
Clippings, 1972-1974
Scripts, 1978-1979 Season
Box   20
Folder   11
Pilot, #0768, Script by Hugh Wilson, March 25, 1978
Box   20
Folder   12
“Hold-Up,” #8002, Script by Tom Chehak, September 12, 1978
Box   20
Folder   13
“The Preacher,” #8003, Script by Bill Dial, August 1, 1978
Box   20
Folder   14
“Bailey's Show,” #8004, Script by Joyce Armor and Judie Neer, August 30, 1978
Box   20
Folder   15
“Good-bye Johnny,” #8005, Script by Blake Hunter, September 27, 1978
Box   20
Folder   16
“Love Returns,” #8006, Script by Bill Dial, October 17, 1978
Box   20
Folder   17
“Hoodlum Rock,” #8007, Script by Hugh Wilson, August 9, 1978
Box   20
Folder   18
Pilot Script, Part II, #8008, Script by Hugh Wilson, July 25, 1978
Box   20
Folder   19
“Johnny Comes Back,” #8009, Script by Blake Hunter, October 3, 1978
Box   20
Folder   20
“Les on a Ledge,” #8010, Script by Hugh Wilson, August 23, 1978
Box   20
Folder   21
“Turkeys Away,” #8011, Script by Bill Dial, September 19, 1978
Box   20
Folder   22
“Who Is Gordon Sims?” #8012, Script by Tom Chehak, March 7, 1979
Box   20
Folder   23
“I Do, I Do...For Now,” #8014, Script by Tom Chehak, February 27, 1979
Box   20
Folder   24
“I Want to Keep My Baby,” #8015, Script by Hugh Wilson, October 24, 1978
Box   20
Folder   25
“Tornado,” #8016, Script by Blake Hunter, January 17, 1978
Box   20
Folder   26
“Fish Story,” #8018, Script by Hugh Wilson, November 14, 1978
Box   20
Folder   27
“The Contest that Nobody Could Win,” #8019, Script by Casey Piotrowski, December 12, 1978
Box   20
Folder   28
“Momma's Review,” #8020, Script by Hugh Wilson, December 19, 1978
Box   20
Folder   29
“A Date With Jennifer,” #8021, Script by Richard Sanders and Michael Fairman, January 9, 1979
Box   20
Folder   30
“Young Master Carlson,” #8022, Script by Blake Hunter and Hugh Wilson, January 23, 1979
Box   20
Folder   31
“Never Leave Me, Lucille,” #8023, Script by Bill Dial, February 6, 1979
Box   20
Folder   32
“A Commercial Break,” #8024, Script by Richard Sanders and Michael Fairman, February 14, 1979
Scripts, 1979-1980 Season
Box   20
Folder   33
“Mike Fright,” #9001, Script by Dan Guntzelman, October 23, 1979
Box   20
Folder   34
“Bad Risk,” #9002, Script by Gene Fournier and Tom Joachim, August 22, 1979
Box   20
Folder   35
“Jennifer Falls in Love,” #9003, Script by Paul Hunter, July 25, 1979
Box   20
Folder   36
“The Doctor's Daughter,” #9004, Script by Lissa Levin, December 18, 1979
Box   20
Folder   37
“Bailey's Big Break,” #9005, Script by Steve Marshall, October 2, 1979
Box   20
Folder   38
“Carlson for President,” #9006, Script by Jim Paddock, August 1, 1979
Box   20
Folder   39
“Baby, If You Ever Wondered...,” #9007, Script by Bill Dial, September 12, 1979
Box   20
Folder   40
“For Love or Money,” #9008, Script by Mary Maguire, August 15, 1979
Box   20
Folder   41
“The Patter of Little Feet,” #9010, Script by Blake Hunter, September 18, 1979
Box   20
Folder   42
“Baseball,” #9011, Script by Hugh Wilson, July 6, 1979
Box   21
Folder   1
“Sparky,” #9012, Script by Peter Torokvei and Steven Kampmann, November 27, 1979
Box   21
Folder   2
“Les' Groupie,” #9019, Script by Steve Marshall, October 30, 1979
Box   21
Folder   3
“Put Up or Shut Up,” #9020, Script by Blake Hunter, Steve Marshall, and Steven Kampmann, August 28, 1979
Box   21
Folder   4
“God Talks to Johnny,” #9021, Script by Hugh Wilson, September 25, 1979
Box   21
Folder   5
“Jennifer's Home for Christmas,” #9022, Script by Dan Guntzelman and Steve Marshall, November 14, 1979
Box   21
Folder   6
“Herb's Dad,” #9023, Script by Peter Torokvei and Steven Kampmann, December 11, 1979
Box   21
Folder   7
“A Family Affair,” #9025, Script by Tim Reid, November 6, 1979
Box   21
Folder   8
“The Americanization of Ivan,” #9026, Story by Hugh Wilson, Teleplay by Steve Marshall and Dan Guntzelman, December 4, 1979
Box   21
Folder   9
“Filthy Pictures,” Parts I and II, #9027 A and B, Story by Hugh Wilson, Teleplay by Steve Marshall and Dan Guntzelman, January 23, 1980
Box   21
Folder   10
“Venus Rising,” #9028, Script by Dan Guntzelman and Steve Marshall, January 8, 1980
Box   21
Folder   11
“In Concert,” #9029, Script by Steven Kampmann, January 15, 1980
Box   21
Folder   12
“Most Improved Station,” #9031, Script by Michael Fairman and Richard Sanders, February 5, 1980
Scripts, 1980-1981 Season
Box   21
Folder   13
“Frogg Story,” #0001, Script by Bob Dolman, January 9, 1981
Box   21
Folder   14
“Hotel Oceanview,” #0002, Script by Steven Kampmann, October 28, 1980
Box   21
Folder   15
“Real Families,” #0003, Script by Peter Torokvei, October 23, 1980
Box   21
Folder   16
“The Baby,” #0004, Script by Blake Hunter, November 5, 1980
Box   21
Folder   17
“Bah, Humbug,” #0007, Script by Lissa Levin, November 11, 1980
Box   21
Folder   18
“Jennifer Moves,” #0008, Script by Hugh Wilson, October 15, 1980
Box   21
Folder   19
“The Secrets of Dayton Heights,” #0009, Script by Jon Smet, February 12, 1981
Box   21
Folder   20
“The Airplane Show,” #0010/0016, Script by Richard Sanders and Michael Fairman, October 17, 1980
Box   21
Folder   21
“The Painting,” #0011, Script by Steven Kampmann, December 10, 1980
Box   21
Folder   22
“A Mile in My Shoes,” #0012, Script by Dan Guntzelman, November 19, 1980
Box   21
Folder   23
“I Am Woman,” #0014, Script by Lissa Levin, February 6, 1981
Box   21
Folder   24
“Ask Jennifer,” #0015, Script by Joyce Armor and Judy Neer, January 29, 1981
Box   21
Folder   25
“Baby, It's Cold Inside,” #0018, Script by Blake Hunter, December 4, 1980
Box   21
Folder   26
“Daydreams,” #0021, Script by Peter Torokvei, December 17, 1980
Box   21
Folder   27
“Dr. Fever and Mr. Tide,” #0022A and B, Script by Steve Marshall, January 15, 1981
Box   21
Folder   28
“Clean Up Radio Broadcasting,” #0023, Script by Max Tash and Hugh Wilson, April 2, 1981
Box   21
Folder   29
“Out to Lunch,” #0024, Story by Ben Elisco, Teleplay by Peter Torokvei, March 4, 1981
Box   21
Folder   30
“Venus Flytrap Explains the Atom,” #0025, Script by Hugh Wilson, January 22, 1981
Box   21
Folder   31
“Till Debt Do Us Part,” #0026, Script by Howard Hesseman and Steven Kampmann, March 26, 1981
Box   21
Folder   32
“A Simple Little Wedding,” #0027, Script by Blake Hunter, March 12, 1981
Box   21
Folder   33
“Nothing to Fear But...,” #0028, Story by Tim Reid, Teleplay by Dan Guntzelman, March 19, 1981
Scripts, 1981-1982 Season
Box   25
Folder   13
“Straight From the Heart,” #1001, Script by Dan Guntzelman, October 2, 1981
Box   25
Folder   14
“The Union,” #1002, Script by Blake Hunter, September 11, 1981
Box   26
Folder   1
“Three Days of the Condo,” #1003, Script by Lissa Levin, October 15, 1981
Box   26
Folder   2
“An Explosive Affair,” #1004, A and B, Script by Steve Marshall, September 16, 1981
Box   26
Folder   3
“The Impossible Dream,” #1005, Script by Richard Sanders and Michael Fairman, February 17, 1982
Box   26
Folder   4
“Who's on First,” #1012, Script by Dan Guntzelman, October 7, 1981
Box   26
Folder   5
“Rumors,” #1013, Script by Peter Torokvei, September 24, 1981
Box   26
Folder   6
“Love, Exciting and New,” #1014, Script by Lissa Levin, November 12, 1981
Box   26
Folder   7
“Jennifer and the Will,” #1015, Script by Blake Hunter, October 29, 1981
Box   26
Folder   8
“The Consultant,” #1016, Script by Hugh Wilson, November 4, 1981
Box   26
Folder   9
“Pills,” #1017, Script by Steve Marshall, December 3, 1981
Box   26
Folder   10
“You Can't Go Out of Town Again,” #1018, Script by Dan Guntzelman, November 19, 1981
Box   26
Folder   11
“Changes,” #1019, Script by Peter Torokvei, December 10, 1981
Box   26
Folder   12
“Jennifer and Johnny's Charity,” #1020, Script by Blake Hunter, December 17, 1981
Box   26
Folder   13
“I'll Take Romance,” #1022, Script by Lissa Levin, January 7, 1982
Box   26
Folder   14
“Fire,” #1023, Script by Dan Guntzelman, January 14, 1982
Box   27
Folder   1
“Dear Liar,” #1024, Script by Steve Marshall, January 20, 1982
Box   27
Folder   2
“Circumstantial Evidence,” #1025, Script by Tim Reid and Peter Torokvei, February 17, 1982
Box   27
Folder   3
“The Creation of Venus,” #1026, Script by Blake Hunter, February 12, 1982
Box   27
Folder   4
“To Err Is Human,” #1027, Script by Lissa Levin, February 25, 1982
Box   27
Folder   5
“Up and Down the Dial - Part One,” #1028, Script by Dan Guntzelman, March 4, 1982
Subseries: Pilots
Note: Pilots for television series which were picked up are filed above with the other scripts for those series.
Box   21
Folder   35
Bachelor at Law, pilot script by Ed. Weinberger, January 31, 1973(#0311-5652-2973)
Box   21
Folder   36
Don't Call Us (Starring Jack Gilford), script by David Lloyd, February 12, 1976 (#0107-162-986)
Box   21
Folder   39
The Chopped Liver Brothers, pilot script, March 8, 1977
Box   21
Folder   37
Bumpers, script by Charlotte Brown and David Davis, March 9, 1977 (#0311-9300-3006-06)
Box   21
Folder   38
Arthur Among the Animals, script by Gerald DiPego, September 7, 1977 (#0311-9300-3008)
Box   21
Folder   40
The Busters, script by Jim Byrnes, January 5, 1978
Box   22
Folder   1
Your Place or Mine?, script by Bob Ellison and David Lloyd, February 22, 1978 (#4306)
Box   21
Folder   41
Nightingale and Hippocrates, script by Jennie Blackton and Joan Desberg Greenberg, October 26, 1978 (#0311-0202-0738)
Box   22
Folder   2
Carlton Your Doorman, script by Lorenzo Music and Barton Dean, March 9, 1979
Box   22
Folder   3
Every Stray Dog and Kid/Jenny, script by Joseph Gunn, March 15, 1979 (#3017)
Box   22
Folder   4
Operating Room, script by Bruce Paltrow and Steven Bochco, March 16, 1979 (#0311-9300-3019)
Box   22
Folder   6
Mother and Me, M.D., script by Jennie Blackton and Joan Desberg Greenberg, June 14, 1979
Box   22
Folder   5
Not Until Today, previously titled “Home Again,” pilot script by David Lloyd, June 27, 1979
Box   22
Folder   7
Brothers, pilot script by Rick Podell and Michael Preminger, March 4, 1980
Box   22
Folder   8
For Better or Worse, pilot script by Bob Comfort and Rick Kellard, March 19, 1980
Box   22
Folder   9
Love, Natalie, Pilot script by Judy Kahan and Merrill Markoe, April 11, 1980
Box   22
Folder   10
Thornwell, script by Michael de Guzman, May 29, 1980
Box   22
Folder   11
Comedy of Horrors, formerly “Comedy of Terrors,” pilot script by John Boni and Harry Colomby, February 24, 1981
Box   27
Folder   6
The Iron Cowboys (“Nichols and Diemz”) - pilot episode, Script by Rick Kellard and Bob Comfort, February 27, 1981
Box   22
Folder   12
Stephanie, script by Alan Uger and Michael Kagan, March 9, 1981
Box   34
Folder   43
Bliss, “O Sweet Mystery of Love” (Pilot), #1246, Revised Final Draft, by Chip Keyes and Doug Keyes, April 4, 1983, with later revisions
Box   37
Folder   13
OSS - 92 Grosvenor Street, Final Draft Script, by Stephen McPherson, last revised June 24, 1985
Box   51
Folder   10
Riviera, Pilot script by Michael Sloan, October 14, 1985
Box   37
Folder   12
Man About Town, Third Revised Final Draft Script, by Roy Teicher and Richard Rosenstock, April 5, 1986
Box   51
Folder   8
Independence, “State of a Union,” (Pilot), Script by Gordon Dawson, April 8, 1986
Box   51
Folder   9
In the Lion's Den, “Dana in the Lion's Den,” (Pilot), #1365, Script by Dan Wilcox, April 10, 1987
Box   51
Folder   1
Carley's Web, Pilot, #1358, Script by Michael Gleason, Brad Kern, and, John Wirth, April 16, 1987
Box   51
Folder   7
Home Free, Pilot #1390, Script by David Milch and John Romano, February 25, 1988
Subseries: Specials
Box   22
Folder   13
Mary's Incredible Dream, Script, May 4, 1975
Box   22
Folder   16
Something for Joey, script by Jerry McNeely, November 2, 1976 (#0311-1523-0303)
Box   22
Folder   14
Nowhere to Run (formerly “The Blackjack Hijack”), Script by Jim Byrnes, based on the novel by Charles Einstein, June 3, 1977 (#0311-9200-2005)
Box   22
Folder   15
How to Survive the '70's and Maybe Even Bump Into Happiness, script, November 21, 1977
Box   22
Folder   17
First You Cry, script by Carmen Culver, based on the book by Betty Rollin, February 23, 1978 (#0311-3211-0437)
Box   22
Folder   18-19
The Critical List (formerly “Skeletons”), teleplay by Jerry McNeely, based on the novel by Marshall Goldberg, March 28 and April 5, 1978 (#2017)
Box   22
Folder   20
Vampire, script by Steven Bochco and Michael Kozoll, March 13, 1979 (#0311-9200-2027)
Box   22
Folder   21
The Boy Who Drank Too Much, teleplay by Edward DeBlasio, based on the novel by S. M. Greene, March 16, 1979 (#0311-3211-0597)
Box   22
Folder   22
Fighting Back, The Story of Rocky Bleier, teleplay by Jerry McNeely, based on the book by Rocky Bleier with Terry O'Neil, April 16, 1980 (#0311-9200-2033)
Box   22
Folder   23
How to Eat Like a Child and Other Lessons in Not Being a Grown-up, script by Judith Kahan, March 19, 1981
Box   34
Folder   44
In Defense of Kids, #0976, First Draft, by Michele Gallery, September 2, 1982, revised , September 22, 1982, with later revisions (“Air Date, 4/6/83”)
Fresno
Box   51
Folder   2
“Fresno: Part I,”, Script by Barry Kemp, June 11, 1986
Box   51
Folder   3
“Fresno: Part II,”, Script by Barry Kemp, June 11, 1986
Box   51
Folder   4
“Fresno: Part III,”, Script by Mark Ganzel, June 11 1986
Box   51
Folder   5
“Fresno: Part IV,”, Script by Michael Petryni, June 11, 1986
Box   51
Folder   6
“Fresno: Part V,”, Script by Mark Ganzel and Michael Petryni, June 11 1986
Series: Films and Videotapes
Subseries: Television Series and Pilots
VBA 197, VBA 274
Arthur Among the Animals Pilot
VBA 187, VBA 264
Bachelor at Law Pilot
VBA 193, VBA 270
The Betty White Show Pilot
VBA 199, VBA 276
The Bob Crane Show Pilot
VBA 014-031, VBA 297-314
VBA 213, VBA 289
Doc [Pilot?]
VBA 222, VBA 295
Going Home Again [Pilot?]
VBA 198, VBA 275
Home Again [Pilot]
VBA 192, VBA 269
The Last Resort Pilot
VBA 195-196, VBA 200, VBA 272-273, VBA 277
VBA 201, VBA 223
Mary Show No. 1, September 24, 1978
DC 522-536, VBA 032-072, VBA 322-362
VBA 224, VBA 296, VHA 311
Paris Pilot
VBA 194, VBA 271
Phyllis Pilot
VBA 001-013, VBA 251-263
VBA 214, VBA 290
The Texas Wheelers
VBA 215-216, VBA 291-292
Three for the Road Pilot
VBA 188, VBA 265
The Tony Randall Show Pilot
VBA 190, VBA 267
We've Got Each Other Pilot
VBA 191, VBA 268
The White Shadow Pilot
VBA 189, VBA 266
WKRP in Cincinnati Pilot 2
Subseries: Specials
VBA 207-208, VBA 283-284
The Boy Who Drank Too Much, February 6, 1980
VBA 209-212, VBA 285-288
The Critical List, 1979
VBA 781-782
First You Cry, 1978
VBA 202, VBA 278
The Mary Tyler Moore Hour, April 1, 1979
VBA 203-204, VBA 279-280
Nowhere to Run, 1978
VBA 220-221, VBA 293-294
Something for Joey, 1977
VBA 205-206, VBA 281-282
Vampire, October 7, 1979