Draper Manuscripts: Kentucky Papers, 1768-1892

Container Title
U.S. Mss 85AN
Series: Television Publicity
Alcoa Hour, 1955-1957: photographs
Box   11
Folder   1
“The Small Servant,” October 30, 1955 (Diane Cilento)
Box   11
Folder   2
“A Girl Can Tell,” November 13, 1955
Box   11
Folder   3
“Thunder In Washington,” November 27, 1955 (Melvyn Douglas, Ed Begley)
Box   11
Folder   4
“Undertow,” December 11, 1955 (Robert Preston, Thomas Mitchell)
Box   11
Folder   5
“Man on a Tiger,” January 8, 1956 (Melvyn Douglas, Keenan Wynn, Tony Randall)
Box   11
Folder   6
“A Patch of Faith,” January 22, 1956 (Lee J. Cobb, Theodore Bikel)
Box   11
Folder   7
“Long After Summer,” February 5, 1956 (Robert Preston)
Box   11
Folder   8
“Tragedy in a Temporary Town,” February 19, 1956 (Lloyd Bridges)
Box   11
Folder   9
“Man on Fire,” March 4, 1956 (Ed Begley, Tom Ewell)
Box   11
Folder   10
“Even the Weariest River,” April 15, 1956 (Boris Karloff, Franchot Tone, Christopher Plummer)
Box   11
Folder   11
“Paris and Mrs. Perlman,” April 29, 1956 (Gertrude Berg)
Box   11
Folder   12
“President,” May 13, 1956 (Claude Rains, Everett Sloane)
Box   11
Folder   13
“The Confidence Man,” May 27, 1956 (Jessica Tandy, Hume Cronyn)
Box   11
Folder   14
“The Magic Horn,” June 10, 1956 (Sal Mineo)
Box   11
Folder   15
“The Archangel Harrigan,” June 24, 1956 (Darren McGavin)
Box   11
Folder   16
“The Piper of St. James,” July 8, 1956(Patrick O'Neal)
Box   11
Folder   17
“Sister,” July 22, 1956 (Gladys Cooper)
Box   11
Folder   18
“Kiss and Tell,” August 5, 1956
Box   11
Folder   19
“The Big Vote,” August 19, 1956 (Ed Begley, Walter Matthau)
Box   11
Folder   20
“The Girl in Chapter One,” September 2, 1956 (Joanne Woodward, James Daly)
Box   11
Folder   21
“Flight Into Danger,” September 16, 1956 (Macdonald Carey)
Box   11
Folder   22
“Merry Christmas, Mr. Baxter,” December 2, 1956
Box   11
Folder   23
“A Double Life,” January 6, 1957 (Shelley Winters)
Box   11
Folder   24
“No License to Kill,” February 3, 1957 (Hume Cronyn)
Box   11
Folder   25
“Protege,” May 19, 1957 (Ed Wynn, Betsy Palmer)
Box   11
Folder   26
“Mrs. Gilling and the Skyscraper,” June 9, 1957 (Helen Hayes)
Box   11
Folder   27
“Awake With Fear,” June 23, 1957 (Eddie Bracken)
Box   11
Folder   28
“Hostages to Fortune,” July 7, 1957 (Anne Bancroft)
Alcoa Theatre, 1957-1960
1957-1958 season: photographs
Box   1
Folder   1
“Circumstantial,” October 7, 1957 (David Niven, Angie Dickinson)
Box   1
Folder   2
“Encounter on a Second Class Coach,” October 21, 1957 (Jane Powell)
Box   1
Folder   3
“Guests for Dinner,” November 4, 1957 (Charles Boyer)
Box   1
Folder   4
“On Edge,” November 18, 1957 (Robert Ryan)
Box   1
Folder   5
“Souvenir,” December 2, 1957 (Jack Lemmon)
Box   1
Folder   6
“Cupid Wore a Badge,” December 16, 1957 (David Janssen, Jane Powell)
Box   1
Folder   7
“The Face of Truth,” December 30, 1957 (Robert Ryan)
Box   1
Folder   8
“In the Dark,” January 13, 1958 (David Niven, Richard Long)
Box   1
Folder   9
“Hidden Witness,” January 27, 1958 (Robert Ryan)
Box   1
Folder   10
“Night Caller,” February 10, 1958 (Charles Boyer)
Box   1
Folder   11
“Even a Thief Can Dream,” March 10, 1958 (Charles Boyer)
Box   1
Folder   12
“Loudmouth,” April 7, 1958 (Jack Lemmon)
Box   1
Folder   13
“My Wife's Next Husband,” April 21, 1958 (David Niven, James Daly)
Box   1
Folder   14
“Most Likely to Succeed,” May 5, 1958 (Jack Lemmon)
Box   1
Folder   15
“The Perfectionist,” May 19, 1958 (Robert Ryan)
Box   1
Folder   16
“The Clock Struck Twelve,” June 2, 1958 (Charles Boyer)
Box   1
Folder   17
“Johnny Risk,” June 16, 1958 (Lew Ayres, Michael Landon)
Box   1
Folder   18
“Decoy Duck,” June 30, 1958 (David Janssen, Jane Powell)
Box   1
Folder   19
“The Days of November,” July 14, 1958 (Jack Lemmon)
1958-1959 season: photographs, releases
Box   1
Folder   20
“The Dark File,” December 29, 1958
Note

Director: Walter Grauman

Writer: Howard Rodman

Cast: Kim Hunter, Lin McCarthy, Patrica Breslin

Box   1
Folder   21
“High Class Type of Mongrel,” January 12, 1959
Note

Director: Walter Grauman

Writer: David Swift, Jay Gratler

Cast: Jack Carson

Box   1
Folder   22
“30 Pieces of Silver,” January 26, 1959
Note

Director: Robert Ellis Miller

Writer: Howard Rodman, Leo Lehman

Cast: Jo Van Fleet

Box   1
Folder   23
“Goodbye Johnny,” February 9, 1959
Note

Director: David Swift

Writer: Leonard Freeman

Box   1
Folder   24
“Corporal Hardy,” February 23, 1959
Note

Director: James H. Lewis

Writer: Sterling Silliphant

Cast: Lew Ayres

Box   1
Folder   25
“Man of His House,” March 9, 1959
Note

Director: Walter Grauman

Writer: Howard Rodman

Cast: Brandon de Wilde, Agnes Moorehead

Box   1
Folder   26
“Eddie,” April 6, 1959
Note

Director: Jack Smight

Writer: Alfred Brenner

Cast: Mickey Rooney

Box   1
Folder   27
“Ten Miles to Doomsday,” April 20, 1959
Note

Director: George Sheeman

Writer: Frederick M. Frank

Cast: Keith Andes

Box   1
Folder   28
“The Slightly Fallen Angel,” May 4, 1959
Note

Director: Robert Ellis Miller

Writer: Sol Saks

Cast: Walter Slezak

Box   1
Folder   29
“Boyden vs. Bunty,” May 18, 1959
Note

Director: Don Taylor

Writer: Judy and George W. George

Box   1
Folder   30
“Medals for Harry,” June 1, 1959
Note

Director: Robert Ellis Miller

Writer: Sterling Silliphant

Cast: Edward Ryder, Ruta Lee

Box   1
Folder   31
“The Best Way to Go,” June 15, 1959
Note

Director: Walter Grauman

Cast: Gary Merrill

1959-1960 season: scripts, photographs, releases, production materials
Note: Executive Producer for entire season: William Sackheim
Box   2
Folder   1
“The Day the Devil Hid,” November 2, 1959
Note

Writer: Jameson Brewer

Cast: Peter Lind Hayes

Box   2
Folder   2
“Small Bouquet,” November 16, 1959
Note

Producer: Anthony Wilson

Director: Robert Ellis Miller

Writer: Arnold and Lois Peyser

Cast: Howard Duff

Box   2
Folder   3
“Shadow of Evil,” November 30, 1959
Note

Producer: Anthony Wilson

Director: Elliot Silverstein

Writer: Howard Rodman

Cast: Cliff Robertson

Box   2
Folder   4
“The Long House on Avenue A,” December 14, 1959
Note

Producer: Winston O'Keefe

Director: Walter Grauman

Writer: Ernest Kinoy

Cast: Henry Silva

Box   2
Folder   5
“How's Business?” December 28, 1959
Note

Producer: William Sackheim

Director: Walter Grauman

Writer: Howard Rodman

Cast: Jack Carson

Box   2
Folder   6
“Action Offscreen,” January 11, 1960
Note

Director: Elliot Silverstein

Writer: James Brewer

Cast: Patricia Owens, George Maharis

Box   2
Folder   7
“Last Flight Out,” January 25, 1960
Note

Director: Stuart Rosenberg

Writer: Robert and Wanda Duncan, Halsted Welles

Cast: Dorothy Malone, Ednnerd Binns, Robert Vaughn

Box   2
Folder   8
“Minister Accused,” February 8, 1960
Note

Director: Robert Ellis Miller

Writer: Bob and Wanda Duncan

Cast: Steve Forrest, Julie Adams, Olive Deering

Box   2
Folder   9
“Face to Face,” February 22, 1960
Note

Writer: Howard Rodman

Cast: James Gregory, Rebecca Welles

Box   2
Folder   10
“Chinese Finale,” March 7, 1960
Note

Director: Robert Ellis Miller

Cast: Jan Sterling

Box   2
Folder   11
“The Tweed Hat,” March 21, 1960
Note

Director: Don Taylor

Writer: Don Taylor

Cast: Don Taylor, Hazel Court

Box   2
Folder   12
“Glorius 4th,” April 4, 1960
Note

Producer: Richard Alan Simmons

Director: Abner Biberman

Writer: Richard Alan Simmons

Cast: Dick York

Box   2
Folder   13
“The Observer,” April 18, 1960
Note

Producer: Anthony Wilson

Director: Paul Henreid

Writer: Charles Beaumont

Cast: Maximillian Schell, George Macready, Werner Klemperer

Box   2
Folder   14
“You Should Meet My Sister,” May 16, 1960
Note

Producer: Winston O'Keefe

Director: Oscar Rudolph

Writer: Dan Beaumont

Cast: Elaine Stritch, Anne Helm

Box   2
Folder   15
“Operation Spark,” May 30, 1960
Note

Producer: Winston O'Keefe

Director: Walter Grauman

Writer: Oscar Millard

Cast: David Wayne

Box   2
Folder   16
“333 Montgomery,” June 13, 1960
Note

Producer: Gene Roddenberry

Director: Paul Wendkos

Writer: Gene Roddenberry

Cast: DeForest Kelly, Joanna Barnes

Box   2
Folder   17
“Another Day, Another Dollar,” air date unknown
Note

Producer: William Sackheim

Director: Walter Grauman

Writer: Howard Rodman

Cast: Jack Carson

Box   2
Folder   18
General correspondence and miscellaneous
Alcoa Presents, 1959-1961
1958-1959 season: scripts, photographs, releases, production materials
Note

Producer for entire season: Collier Young

Director for entire season: John Newland

Box   3
Folder   1
“The Night of April 14,” January 27, 1959
Note

Writer: Collier Young

Cast: Patrick Macnee, Barbara Lord

Box   3
Folder   2
“Emergency Only,” Feb. 3, 1959
Note

Writer: Collier Young

Cast: Lin McCarthy

Box   3
Folder   3
“The Dark Room,” February 10, 1959
Note

Writer: Merwin Gerard

Cast: Cloris Leachman

Box   3
Folder   4
“12 Hours to Live,” February 17, 1959
Note

Writer: Merwin Gerard

Cast: Jean Allison, Paul Richards

Box   3
Folder   5
“The Dream,” March 3, 1959
Note

Writer: John Dunkel

Cast: Reginald Owen

Box   3
Folder   6
“Premonition,” March 10, 1959
Note

Writer: Paul David

Cast: Pamela Lincoln

Box   3
Folder   7
“The Vision,” March 17, 1959
Note

Writer: Larry Marcus

Cast: Bruce Gordon, Pernell Roberts

Box   3
Folder   8
“The Dead Part of the House,” March 24, 1959
Note

Writer: Michael Plant

Cast: Phillip Abbott

Box   3
Folder   9
“The Devil's Laughter,” March 31, 1959
Note

Writer: Alfred Brenner

Cast: Alfred Ryder

Box   3
Folder   10
“The Return of Mitchell Campion,” April 7, 1959
Note

Writer: Merwin Gerard

Cast: Patrick O'Neal

Box   3
Folder   11
“The Navigator,” April 14, 1959
Note

Writer: Don M. Mankiewicz

Cast: Don Dubbins, Robert Ellenstein

Box   3
Folder   12
“The Secret,” April 21, 1959
Note

Writer: Michael Plant

Cast: Maria Palmer, Robert Douglas

Box   3
Folder   13
“The Aerialist,” April 28, 1959
Note

Writer: Larry Marcus

Cast: Michael Connors

Box   4
Folder   1
“The Burning Girl,” May 5, 1959
Note

Writer: Catherine Turney

Cast: Olive Deering, Ed Platt, Luana Anders

Box   4
Folder   2
“The Haunted U-Boat,” May 12, 1959
Note

Writer: Larry Marcus

Cast: Werner Klemperer

Box   4
Folder   3
“Image of Death,” May 19, 1959
Note

Writer: Larry Marcus

Cast: Max Adrian, Doris Dowling

Box   4
Folder   4
“Captain's Guest,” May 26, 1959
Note

Writer: Charles Beaumont

Cast: Robert Webber, Nancy Hadley

Box   4
Folder   5
“Echo,” June 2, 1959
Note

Writer: Merwin Gerard

Cast: Ross Martin

Box   4
Folder   6
“Front Runner,” June 9, 1959
Note

Writer: Don Mankiewicz

Cast: Ben Cooper, Walter Burke

Box   4
Folder   7
“The Riddle,” June 16, 1959
Note

Writer: Larry Marcus

Cast: Warren Steven, Bethel Leslie

1959-1960 season: scripts, photographs, releases, production material
Note

Producer for entire season: Collier Young

Director for entire season: John Newland

Box   5
Folder   1
“Delusion,” September 15, 1959
Note: Cast: Suzanne Pleshette, Norman Lloyd
Box   5
Folder   2
“Ordeal On Locust Street,” September 22, 1959
Note

Writer: Michael Plant

Cast: Augusta Dabney

Box   5
Folder   3
“Brainwave,” October 6, 1959
Note

Writer: Charles Beaumont, Larry Marcus

Cast: George Grizzard

Box   5
Folder   4
“Doomsday,” October 13, 1959
Note

Writer: Larry Marcus

Cast: Donald Harron, Torin Thatcher

Box   5
Folder   5
“Night of the Kill,” October 20, 1959
Note

Writer: Merwin Gerard

Cast: Fred Beir, Ann McCrea

Box   5
Folder   6
“The Inheritance,” October 27, 1959
Note

Writer: Larry Marcus

Cast: Sean McClory

Box   5
Folder   7
“The Open Window,” November 3, 1959
Note: Cast: Michael Higgins, Louise Fletcher
Box   5
Folder   8
“Message From Clara,” November 10, 1959
Note

Writer: Larry Marcus

Cast: Barbara Baxley

Box   5
Folder   9
“Forked Lightning,” November 17, 1959
Note

Writer: Merwin Gerard

Cast: Ralph Nelson, Frank Maxwell

Box   5
Folder   10
“Reunion,” November 24, 1959
Note

Writer: Larry Marcus

Cast: Betsy von Furstenberg, Rory Harrity

Box   5
Folder   11
“Dead Ringer,” December 1, 1959
Note

Writer: Catherine Turney

Cast: Norma Crane, Grant Williams

Box   5
Folder   12
“The Stone Cutter,” December 8, 1959
Note

Writer: Gail Ingram

Cast: Joe Mantell, Arthur Shields

Box   5
Folder   13
“Father Image,” December 15, 1959
Note

Writer: Merwin Gerard

Cast: Jack Lord

Box   5
Folder   14
“Make Me Not a Witch,” December 22, 1959
Note

Writer: Gail Ingram

Cast: Patty McCormack

Box   5
Folder   15
“The Hand,” December 29, 1959
Note

Writer: Larry Marcus

Cast: Robert Loggia

Box   6
Folder   1
“The Justice Tree,” January 5, 1960
Note

Writer: Merwin Gerard

Cast: Frank Overton, Sally Brophy

Box   6
Folder   2
“Earthquake,” January 12, 1960
Note

Writer: Larry Marcus

Cast: David Opatoshu

Box   6
Folder   3
“Forests of the Night,” January 19, 1960
Note

Writer: Catherine Turney

Cast: Mark Roberts

Box   6
Folder   4
“Call From Tomorrow,” January 26, 1960
Note

Writer: Gabrielle Upton

Cast: Margaret Phillips, Arthur Franz

Box   6
Folder   5
“Who Are You?” February 2, 1960
Note

Writer: Merwin Gerard

Cast: Phillip Borneuf, Anna Lee

Box   6
Folder   6
“The Day the World Wept,” February 9, 1960
Note

Writer: Larry Marcus

Cast: Barry Atwater, Jeanne Bates

Box   6
Folder   7
“The Lovers,” February 16, 1960
Note

Writer: Joseph Petracca, Russell Beggs

Cast: Vanessa Brown, John Beal

Box   6
Folder   8
“Vanishing Point,” February 23, 1960
Note

Writer: J. G. Ezra, Larry Marcus

Cast: Edward Binns

Box   6
Folder   9
“The Mask,” March 1, 1960
Note

Writer: Joseph Petracca, Russell Beggs, Merwin Gerard

Cast: Wesley Lau, Luis Van Rooten

Box   6
Folder   10
“The Haunting,” March 8, 1960
Note

Writer: Gabrielle Upton

Cast: Ronald Howard

Box   6
Folder   11
“The Explorer,” March 15, 1960
Note

Writer: Don M. Mankiewicz

Cast: Gregory Morton

Box   6
Folder   12
“The Clown,” March 22, 1960
Note

Writer: Gabrielle Upton

Cast: Yvette Mimieux

Box   6
Folder   13
“I Saw You Tomorrow,” April 5, 1960
Note

Writer: Merwin Gerard

Cast: John Hudson

Box   6
Folder   14
“Encounter,” April 12, 1960
Note

Writer: DeWitt Copp

Cast: Robert Douglas

Box   7
Folder   1
“The Peter Hurkos Story,” part I, April 19, 1960
Note

Writer: Jerome Gruskin

Cast: Albert Salmi

Box   7
Folder   2
“The Peter Hurkos Story,” part II, April 26, 1960
Note

Writer: Jerome Gruskin

Cast: Albert Salmi

Box   7
Folder   3
“Delia,” May 3, 1960
Note

Writer: Merwin Gerard

Cast: Lee Phillips, Barbara Lord

Box   7
Folder   4
“The Visitor,” May 10, 1960
Note

Writer: Larry Marcus

Cast: Joan Fontaine, Warren Beatty

Box   7
Folder   5
“Gypsy,” May 17, 1960
Note

Writer: Gabrielle Upton

Cast: John Seven, Robert Blake

Box   7
Folder   6
“Contact,” May 24, 1960
Note

Writer: Paul David

Cast: Ron Randall, Catherine McLeod

Box   7
Folder   7
“The Lonely Room,” May 31, 1960
Note

Writer: Larry Marcus

Cast: Fabrizio Mione

Box   7
Folder   8
“House of the Dead,” June 7, 1960
Note

Writer: Don M. Mankiewicz

Cast: Mario Alcade, Laya Rak

Box   7
Folder   9
“Goodbye, Grandpa,” June 14, 1960
Note

Writer: Gabrielle Upton

Cast: Edgar Stehli

Box   7
Folder   10
“The Storm,” June 21, 1960
Note

Writer: Jerome Gruskin

Cast: Lee Bergere, Rebecca Welles

Box   7
Folder   11
“Eye Witness,” July 4, 1960
Note: Cast: John Meillon
Box   7
Folder   12
“Tidal Wave,” August 30, 1960
Note

Writer: Charles Larson

Cast: Jean Allison, Dennis Patrick, Cliff Hall

1960-1961 season: scripts, photographs, releases, production materials
Note

Producer for entire season: Collier Young

Director for entire season: John Newland

Box   8
Folder   1
“Anniversary of a Murder,” September 27, 1960
Note

Writer: Collier Young

Cast: Harry Townes

Box   8
Folder   2
“The Death Waltz,” October 4, 1960
Note

Writer: Charles Larson

Cast: Elizabeth Montgomery

Box   8
Folder   3
“The Return,” October 11, 1960
Note

Writer: Larry Marcus

Cast: Dick Davalos, Jack Mullaney

Box   8
Folder   4
“If You See Sally,” October 18, 1960
Note

Writer: Howard Rodman

Cast: Anne Whitfield

Box   8
Folder   5
“Moment of Hate,” October 25, 1960
Note

Writer: Charles Larson

Cast: Joanne Linville

Box   8
Folder   6
“To Know the End,” November 1, 1960
Note

Writer: Larry Marcus

Cast: Elen Willard

Box   8
Folder   7
“The Trap,” November 15, 1960
Note

Writer: Larry Marcus

Cast: Mike Kellin, Ruth Storey, Alex Gerry

Box   8
Folder   8
“The Voice,” November 22, 1960
Note

Writer: Charles Larson

Cast: Robert Lansing, Luana Anders

Box   8
Folder   9
“The Promise,” November 29, 1960
Note

Writer: Larry Marcus

Cast: William Shatner

Box   8
Folder   10
“Tonight at 12:17,” December 6, 1960
Note

Writer: Larry Marcus

Cast: Peggy Ann Garner

Box   8
Folder   11
“Where Are They?” December 13, 1960
Note

Writer: Merwin Gerard

Cast: Richard Devon

Box   9
Folder   1
“Legacy of Love,” December 20, 1960
Note

Writer: Howard Rodman

Cast: Norma Crane

Box   9
Folder   2
“Rendezvous,” December 27, 1960
Note

Writer: Merwin Gerard

Cast: Georgann Johnson, H. M. Wynant, Donald Murphy

Box   9
Folder   3
“The Executioner,” January 3, 1961
Note

Writer: Bob and Wanda Duncan

Cast: Buzz Martin

Box   9
Folder   4
“The Last Round,” January 10, 1961
Note

Writer: Don M. Mankiewicz

Cast: Charles Bronson

Box   9
Folder   5
“Dead Man's Tale,” January 17, 1961
Note

Writer: Merwin Gerard

Cast: Lonny Chapman

Box   9
Folder   6
“The Sacred Mushroom,” January 24, 1961
Box   9
Folder   7
“The Gift,” January 31, 1961
Note

Writer: Charles Larson

Cast: Scott Marlowe

Box   9
Folder   8
“Person Unknown,” February 7, 1961
Note

Writer: Larry Marcus

Cast: David J. Stennert, Jay Novello, Rudolph Acosta

Box   9
Folder   9
“Night of Decision,” February 21, 1961
Note

Writer: Merwin Gerard

Cast: Robert Douglas, Stephan Franken

Box   9
Folder   10
“The Stranger,” February 28, 1961
Note

Writer: Larry Marcus

Cast: Peter Dyneley

Box   9
Folder   11
“Justice,” March 7, 1961
Note: Cast: Clifford Evans
Box   9
Folder   12
“The Face,” March 14, 1961
Note

Writer: Derry Quinn

Cast: Sean Kelly

Box   10
Folder   1
“That Room Upstairs,” March 28, 1961
Note

Writer: Merwin Gerard

Cast: Lois Maxwell

Box   10
Folder   2
“Signal Received,” April 4, 1961
Note: Cast: Mark Eden
Box   10
Folder   3
“The Confession,” April 11, 1961
Note: Cast: Donald Pleasence
Box   10
Folder   4
“The Avengers,” April 25, 1961
Note

Writer: Larry Marcus

Cast: Andre Morell, Lisa Gaston

Box   10
Folder   5
“The Prisoner,” May 2, 1961
Note

Writer: Larry Marcus

Cast: Catherine Feller

Box   10
Folder   6
“The Blood Flower,” May 16, 1961
Note

Writer: Merwin Gerard

Cast: Larry Gates

Box   10
Folder   7
“The Sorcerer,” May 23, 1961
Note: Cast: Gabrielli Licudi
Box   10
Folder   8
“The Villa,” June 6, 1961
Note: Cast: Elizabeth Sellars
Box   10
Folder   9
“The Tiger,” June 20, 1961
Note: Cast: Pamela Brown, Pauline Challenor
Box   10
Folder   10
“Nightmare,” June 27, 1961
Note: Cast: Peter Wyngarde, Mary Peach
Box   10
Folder   11
Correspondence and Miscellaneous
Alcoa Premiere, 1961-1963
1961-1962 season: scripts, photographs, releases, production materials
Box   12
Folder   1
“People Need People,” October 10, 1961
Note

Director: Alex Segal

Writer: Henry F. Greenberg

Cast: Lee Marvin, Arthur Kennedy, James Gregory

Box   12
Folder   2
“The Fugitive Eye,” October 17, 1961
Note

Director: Herman Hoffman

Writer: Larry Marcus

Cast: Charlton Heston

Box   12
Folder   3
“The Fortress,” October 24, 1961
Note

Director: Joseph Pevney

Writer: John Kneubuhl

Cast: Lloyd Bridges

Box   12
Folder   4
“Moment of Decision,” November 7, 1961
Note

Director: John Newland

Writer: Larry Marcus, Stanley Ellin

Cast: Fred Astaire

Box   12
Folder   5
“Family Outing,” November 14, 1961
Note

Director: Ted Post

Writer: Howard Rodman

Cast: Lin McCarthy

Box   12
Folder   6
“The Witch Next Door,” November 28, 1961
Note

Director: Charles Hass

Writer: Ernest Kinoy

Cast: James Whitmore

Box   12
Folder   7
“The Breaking Point,” December 5, 1961
Note

Director: Richard Carlson

Writer: Bob Barbash

Cast: Brian Keith

Box   12
Folder   8
“Delbert, Texas,” December 12, 1961
Note

Director: Peter Tewksbury

Writer: Peter Tewksbury, James Leighton

Cast: David Wayne

Box   13
Folder   1
“The End of a World,” December 19, 1961
Note

Director: Bernard Girard

Writer: David Karp

Cast: Robert Loggia

Box   13
Folder   2
“The Cake Baker,” January 2, 1962
Note

Director: Alan Crosland, Jr.

Writer: Peggy and Lou Shaw

Cast: Shelley Winters, Ed Nelson

Box   13
Folder   3
“Pattern of Guilt,” January 9, 1962
Note

Producer: Eric Ambler

Director: Bernard Girard

Writer: Helen Nielsen

Cast: Ray Milland

Box   13
Folder   4
“The Hour of the Bath,” January 16, 1962
Note

Producer: George Schaeffer

Director: George Schaeffer

Writer: Donald Stanford

Box   13
Folder   5
“The Jail,” February 6, 1962
Note

Producer: Joan Harrison

Director: Norman Lloyd

Writer: Ray Bradbury

Cast: John Gavin

Box   13
Folder   6
“Mr. Easy,” February 13, 1962
Note

Director: John Newland

Writer: Jameson Brewer, Claude Binyon, Matt Taylor

Cast: Fred Astaire

Box   13
Folder   7
“The Man with the Shine on His Shoes,” February 20, 1962
Note

Director: Alan Crosland, Jr.

Writer: Prentiss Combs

Box   14
Folder   1
“The Doctor,” February 27, 1962
Note

Director: James Sheldon

Writer: Robert Yale Libott

Cast: Richard Kiley

Box   14
Folder   2
“Of This Time, Of That Place,” March 6, 1962
Note

Director: Alan Crosland, Jr.

Writer: Larry Marcus, Lionel Trilling

Box   14
Folder   3
“Second Chance,” March 13, 1962
Note

Director: Ted Post

Writer: Harold Swanton

Cast: Cliff Robertson

Box   14
Folder   4
“Tiger,” March 20, 1962
Note

Writer: John Durham, Harold Swanton

Cast: Keir Dullea, Gary Merrill, Roberta Shore

Box   14
Folder   5
“Seven Against the Sea,” April 3, 1962
Note

Director: Bernard Girard

Writer: Albert Aley, John Champion

Cast: Ernest Borgnine

Box   14
Folder   6
“The Very Custom Special,” April 10, 1962
Note

Director: Alan Crosland, Jr.

Writer: Phil Shuken

Cast: Robert Strauss

Box   14
Folder   7
“All My Clients Are Innocent,” April 17, 1962
Note: Writer: Jameson Brewer, Jack Finney
Box   15
Folder   1
“Rules of the Game,” May 1, 1962
Note

Director: Herschel Daugherty

Writer: Alvin Boretz

Cast: Hugh O'Brian, Bethel Leslie

Box   15
Folder   2
“Cry Out in Silence,” May 15, 1962
Note

Director: Ted Post

Writer: Fred Remington

Cast: Celeste Holm

Box   15
Folder   3
“A Place to Hide,” May 22 , 1962
Note

Director: Alan Crosland, Jr.

Writer: John and Ward Hawkins

Cast: Joan Hackett, Dean Stockwell

Box   15
Folder   4
“The Boy Who Wasn't Wanted,” June 5, 1962
Note

Director: James Sheldon

Writer: John and Ward Hawkins

Cast: Dana Andrews

Box   15
Folder   5
“It Takes a Thief,” June 19, 1962
Note

Director: Robert Florey

Writer: Arthur Miller, Oscar Millard

Cast: Edward Andrews, Constance Ford

Box   15
Folder   6
“The Time of the Tonsils,” June 26, 1962
Note

Director: Herschel Daugherty

Writer: Bob Corcoran, Jerry Layton

Cast: Eddie Albert

1962-1963 season: scripts, photographs, releases
Box   16
Folder   1
“Flashing Spikes,” October 4, 1962
Note

Director: John Ford

Writer: Jameson Brewer

Cast: James Stewart

Box   16
Folder   2
“Guest in the House,” October 11, 1962
Note

Director: Ted Post

Writer: James Gunn, Phillip MacDonald

Box   16
Folder   3
“The Long Walk Home,” October 18, 1962
Note

Writer: Everett Freeman

Cast: Lin McCarthy

Box   16
Folder   4
“The Voice of Charlie Pont,” October 25, 1962
Note: Writer: Halsted Welles
Box   16
Folder   5
“Mr. Lucifer,” November 1, 1962
Note

Director: Alan Crosland, Jr.

Writer: Alfred Bester

Cast: Fred Astaire, Elizabeth Montgomery

Box   16
Folder   6
“The Masked Marine,” November 8, 1962
Note

Director: James Sheldon

Writer: John Kneubuhl, Joseph Petracca, Robert Leckie

Box   16
Folder   7
“Ordeal in Darkness,” November 15, 1962
Note

Director: Sidney Lanfield

Writer: William McGivern, Richard Fielder

Cast: Richard Conte, Keir Dullea

Box   16
Folder   8
“Whatever Happened to Miss Illinois?” November 22, 1962
Note: Writer: Alvin Boretz
Box   16
Folder   9
“The Contenders,” December 6, 1962
Note

Director: David Lowell Rich

Writer: James Lee

Cast: Chester Morris, Suzanne Pleshette

Box   16
Folder   10
“The Way from Darkness,” December 13, 1962
Note: Writer: Oscar Millard
Box   16
Folder   11
“The Potentate,” December 20, 1962
Note

Director: John Brahm

Writer: David Karp

Cast: Theodore Bikel, David Opatoshu

Box   16
Folder   12
“Impact of an Execution,” January 3, 1963
Note

Director: Denis Sanders

Writer: Saul Levitt, Mark Rodgers

Cast: Ralph Bellamy

Box   17
Folder   1
“The Quick and the Dead,” January 17, 1963
Note

Director: Lawrence Dobkin

Writer: Gilbert Ralston

Cast: Ricardo Montalban, Anne Francis

Box   17
Folder   2
“George Gobel Presents,” January 31, 1963
Note

Director: Coby Ruskin

Writer: Howard Leeds, Elton Packard

Cast: George Gobel

Box   17
Folder   3
“The Hat of Sergeant Martin,” February 7, 1963
Note: Writer: Gene L. Coon
Box   17
Folder   4
“Blow High, Blow Clear,” February 14, 1963
Note

Director: John Brahms

Writer: Harold Swanton

Cast: Dan Duryea, Tommy Sands

Box   17
Folder   5
“Chain Reaction,” February 21, 1963
Note: Writer: Mitchell Wilson
Box   17
Folder   6
“Hornblower,” February 28, 1963
Note

Director: John Newland

Writer: Donald Wilson

Box   17
Folder   7
“Jeeney Ray,” March 14, 1963
Note

Director: Herschel Daugherty

Writer: Richard DeRoy, Iris Dornfield

Cast: Joanna Moore

Box   17
Folder   8
“The Dark Labyrinth,” March 21, 1963
Note: Writer: Dale Wasserman
Box   17
Folder   9
“Of Struggle and Flight,” March 28, 1963
Note

Director: Ted Post

Writer: Alvin Boretz

Cast: Janice Rule

Box   17
Folder   10
“This Will Kill You,” April 11, 1963
Note

Writer: William Fay

Cast: Howard Morris, Louis Nye, Ernest Borgnine

Box   17
Folder   11
“Million Dollar Hospital,” April 18, 1963
Note: Writer: Oscar Millard, Larry Marcus
Box   17
Folder   12
“The Town That Died,” April 25, 1963
Note

Writer: Richard DeRoy

Cast: Dana Andrews

Box   17
Folder   13
“Day of the Landing”
Note: Writer: Bernard Girard, Joe Greene
Box   17
Folder   14
“Hello and Goodbye”
Note: Writer: Roger O. Hirson
Box   17
Folder   15
“I Saw the Whole Thing”
Note: Writer: Henry Cecil, John Hastings, Norman Ginsbury
Box   17
Folder   16
“Man Can Do”
Note: Writer: Charles Lederer
Box   17
Folder   17
General Correspondence and Miscellaneous
Box   17
Folder   18
Alcoa News Calendar: releases,1963
Box   17
Folder   19
Alcoa Preview: releases, Feb. 4, 1965; March 14, 1965
Armstrong Circle Theatre, 1954-1963
1954-1959: photographs, releases (incomplete)
Note: Production personnel not listed.
Box   18
Folder   1
“The Scandal That Rocked Paris,” October 26, 1954
Box   18
Folder   2
“The Strange War of Sergeant Krenzer,” September 27, 1955
Box   18
Folder   3
“Lost: $2,000,000,000,” October 11, 1955
Box   18
Folder   4
“Minding Our Own Business,” November 1, 1955
Box   18
Folder   5
“Saturday Visit,” November 15, 1955
Box   18
Folder   6
“The Town That Refused to Die,” November 29, 1955
Box   18
Folder   7
“I Was Accused,” December 13, 1955
Box   18
Folder   8
“Ward 3: Four P.M. to Midnight,” January 10, 1956
Box   18
Folder   9
“The Third Ear: The Truth About Wiretapping,” February 7, 1956
Box   18
Folder   10
“Man in Shadow,” March 6, 1956
Box   18
Folder   11
“Five Who Shook the Mighty,” March 20, 1956
Box   18
Folder   12
“A Baby Named X,” April 3, 1956
Box   18
Folder   13
“The Case of Colonel Petrov,” April 17, 1956
Box   18
Folder   14
“73 Seconds into Space,” May 1, 1956
Box   18
Folder   15
“Devil at the Door,” May 15, 1956
Box   18
Folder   16
“The Second Family,” May 29, 1956
Box   18
Folder   17
“The Bystander,” October 2, 1956
Box   18
Folder   18
“Flare-up!" October 30, 1956
Box   18
Folder   19
“Search, Seizure and Arrest,” December 11, 1956
Box   18
Folder   20
“Divorcees Anonymous,” January 8, 1957
Box   18
Folder   21
“The Freedom Fighters of Hungary,” January 22, 1957
Box   18
Folder   22
“Error In Judgment: The Case of Prisoner #16688,” February 5, 1957
Box   18
Folder   23
“Four Homes for Danny,” March 19, 1957
Box   18
Folder   24
“Slow Assassination: Peron vs. La Prensa,” April 16, 1957
Box   18
Folder   25
“Night Court,” April 30, 1957
Box   18
Folder   26
“Three Cents Worth of Fear,” May 28, 1957
Box   18
Folder   27
“Counterfeit, Inc.,” June 11, 1957
Box   18
Folder   28
“The Hunted: The Eva Soreny Story,” June 25, 1957
Box   18
Folder   29
“Buried 2000 Years: The Dead Sea Scrolls,” October 2, 1957
Box   18
Folder   30
“Crisis on Tangier Island,” October 16, 1957
Box   18
Folder   31
“Assignment: Junkie's Alley,” October 30, 1957
Box   18
Folder   32
“John Doe #154,” November 13, 1957
Box   18
Folder   33
“Have Jacket, Will Travel,” November 27, 1957
Box   18
Folder   34
“Thief of Diamonds,” December 11, 1957
Box   18
Folder   35
“The Shepherd of Paris,” December 25, 1957
Box   18
Folder   36
“The Complex Mummy Complex,” January 8, 1958
Box   18
Folder   37
“UFO: Enigma of the Skies,” January 22, 1958
Box   18
Folder   38
“The New Class: The Book Heard Round the World,” February 5, 1958
Box   18
Folder   39
“Thirty Days to Reconsider,” March 5, 1958
Box   18
Folder   40
“The Meanest Crime in the World,” March 19, 1958
Box   18
Folder   41
“The Trusted Thief,” April 2, 1958
Box   18
Folder   42
“Accused of Murder,” May 14, 1958
Box   18
Folder   43
“Kidnap Story: Hold for Release,” June 11, 1958
Box   18
Folder   44
“12 Cases of Murder,” June 25, 1958
Box   18
Folder   45
“The Case for Room 310,” October 1, 1958
Box   18
Folder   46
“SSN-571: The Nautilus,” November 26, 1958
Box   18
Folder   47
“The Invisible Mark,” December 10, 1958
Box   18
Folder   48
“A Picture of Christmas,” December 24, 1958
Box   18
Folder   49
“...And Bring Home a Baby,” January 7, 1959
Box   18
Folder   50
“The Man with a Thousand Names,” January 21, 1959
Box   18
Folder   51
“Miracle at Springhill Mine,” February 4, 1959
Box   18
Folder   52
“House of Cards,” February 18, 1959
Box   18
Folder   53
“White Collar Bandit,” March 4, 1959
Box   18
Folder   54
“The Innocent Killer,” April 1, 1959
Box   18
Folder   55
“Trial of Diamonds,” April 15, 1959
Box   18
Folder   56
“The Sound of Violence,” April 29, 1959
Box   18
Folder   57
“Thunder Over Berlin,” May 13, 1959
Box   18
Folder   58
“Prescription, Hypnosis,” May 27, 1959
Box   18
Folder   59
“The Monkey Ride,” June 10, 1959
1959-1960 season: Scripts, photographs, releases
Note: Producer for entire season: Robert Costello
Box   19
Folder   1
“Zone of Silence,” September 30, 1959
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Roger O. Hirson

Cast: Patty Duke

Box   19
Folder   2
“Jailbreak,” October 14, 1959
Note

Director: Paul Bogart

Writer: Irve Tunick

Cast: Carl Lowe

Box   19
Folder   3
“35 Rue Du Marche,” October 28, 1959
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Harold Gast

Cast: Telly Savalas

Box   19
Folder   4
“Security Risk,” November 25, 1959
Note

Director: Paul Bogart

Writer: Jerome Coopersmith

Cast: Larry Gates

Box   19
Folder   5
“Operation Moonshine,” December 12, 1959
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Art Wallace

Cast: William Smithers

Box   19
Folder   6
“The Boy on Page One,” December 23, 1959
Note

Director: Paul Bogart

Writer: Jerome Coopersmith

Cast: David Jonathan, Deborah Rosmarin, Metro Wallas

"Full Disclosure,” January 20, 1960
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Harold Gast

Cast: Joseph Leon

Box   19
Folder   7
Scripts
Box   19
Folder   8
Releases, photographs, miscellaneous
Box   19
Folder   9
“Ghost Bomber: The Lady Be Good,” February 3, 1960
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Roger O. Hirson

Cast: George Segal

Box   19
Folder   9
“Ghost Bomber: The Lady Be Good,” - sequel, September 28, 1960
Box   20
Folder   1
“Iron City Justice,” February 17, 1960
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Bob Van Scoyk

Cast: Monroe Franklin

Box   20
Folder   2
“Raid in Beatnik Village,” March 2, 1960
Note

Director: Paul Bogart

Writer: Abram S. Ginnes

Cast: Gregg Roman

Box   20
Folder   3
“The Desperate Season,” March 16, 1960
Note

Director: Paul Bogart

Writer: Alvin Boretz

Cast: Mark Norman

Box   20
Folder   4
“Trial by Fury,” March 30, 1960
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Harold Gast

Cast: Charles G. Renn

Box   20
Folder   5
“The Numbers Racket,” April 13, 1960
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Irve Tunick

Cast: Remo Pisani

Box   20
Folder   6
“Dishonor System,” April 27, 1960
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Jerome Coopersmith

Cast: Rick Tobin

Box   20
Folder   7
“Separate Parents,” May 11, 1960
Note

Director: Paul Bogart

Writer: Alvin Boretz

Cast: Nancy Wickwire

Box   20
Folder   8
“Positive Identification,” May 25, 1960
Note

Director: Paul Bogart

Writer: Bob Van Scoyk

Cast: William Smithers

Box   20
Folder   9
“Illegal Entry,” June 8, 1960
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Art Wallace

Cast: Al Mancini, Alan Ansara

Box   20
Folder   10
“The Prison Professor,” June 22, 1960
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Alvin Boretz

Cast: Robert Gerringer, Metro Welles

1960-1961 season: scripts, photographs, releases
Note: Producer for entire season: Robert Costello
Box   21
Folder   1
“Engineer of Death: The Eichmann Story,” October 12, 1960
Note

Writer: Dale Wasserman

Cast: Frederick Rolf

Box   21
Folder   2
“The Antique Swindle,” November 9, 1960
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Harold Gast

Cast: Metro Welles

Box   21
Folder   3
“The Hidden World,” November 23, 1960
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Alvin Boretz

Cast: Jan Rhodes

Box   21
Folder   4
“The Memory of Murder,” December 7, 1960
Note

Director: Paul Bogart

Writer: Harold Gast

Cast: Keith Aldrich

Box   21
Folder   5
“The Immortal Piano,” December 21, 1960
Note

Director: David Roth

Writer: David Shaw

Cast: Avner Carmi

Box   21
Folder   6
“Black Market Babies,” January 4, 1961
Note

Director: Paul Bogart

Writer: Bob Van Scoyk

Cast: Olive Deering, Barbara Barrie

Box   21
Folder   7
“The Medicine Man,” January 18, 1961
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Alvin Boretz

Cast: Addison Powell, Ruth Avidon

Box   21
Folder   8
“The Spy Next Door,” February 15, 1961
Note

Writer: Jerome Ross

Cast: Wesley Addy, William Daniels, Edward Groag, Nicholas Saunders

Box   21
Folder   9
“The Fortune Tellers,” March 1, 1961
Note

Writer: Jerome Coopersmith

Cast: Scottie MacGregor

Box   21
Folder   10
“Minerva's Children,” March 15, 1961
Note

Director: Paul Bogart

Writer: Elliot Baker

Cast: John Ragin, Randy Gaynes

Box   21
Folder   11
“The Crime Without a Country,” March 29, 1961
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Max Ehrlich

Cast: Jamil Zakkai, Dorothy Dill

Box   21
Folder   12
“Briefing from Room 103,” April 26, 1961
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Harold Gast

Cast: Mary Van Fleet, John Balzac, Roy Poole

Box   21
Folder   13
“Moment of Panic,” May 10, 1961
Note

Director: Paul Bogart

Writer: Alvin Boretz

Cast: Kevin McCarthy

Box   21
Folder   14
“Days of Confusion: The Story of College Admissions,” May 24, 1961
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Harold Gast

Cast: Frank Schofield

Box   21
Folder   15
“Parole Granted,” June 7, 1961
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Elliot Baker

Cast: Hilda Browner

Box   21
Folder   16
“The Dedicated American: The Story of Dr. Gordon Seagrave,” June 21, 1961
1961-1962 season: scripts, photographs, releases
Note: Producer for entire season: Robert Costello
Box   22
Folder   1
“Lizzie Borden,” October 11, 1961
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Don M. Mankiewicz

Cast: Clarice Blackburn

Box   22
Folder   2
“Chapter on Tyranny,” October 25, 1961
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Jerome Ross

Cast: Ben Hayes

Box   22
Folder   3
“Thief of Charity,” November 8, 1961
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Harold Gast

Cast: Margaret Sheehan, Michael Kray

Box   22
Folder   4
“Track of an Unknown: The Story of North American Air Defense,” November 22, 1961
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Jerome Coopersmith

Cast: Alexander Scourby

Box   22
Folder   5
“Spin a Crooked Record,” December 6, 1961
Note

Director: Paul Bogart

Writer: Bob Van Scoyk

Cast: Mindy Carson, Gerald Hiken, Peter Turgeon

Box   22
Folder   6
“Battle of Hearts,” December 20, 1961
Note

Director: Paul Bogart

Writer: Alvin Boretz

Cast: Arthur Hill, Lydia Bruce, Clarice Blackburn

Box   23
Folder   1
“Window on the West,” January 3, 1962
Note

Director: Paul Bogart

Writer: Clair Roskam

Cast: Jara Kohout

Box   23
Folder   2
“Securities for Suckers,” January 17, 1962
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Harold Gast

Cast: Jack McGraw, John Balzac, Fred Clark

Box   23
Folder   3
“Runaway Road: Story of Missing Persons,” January 31, 1962
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Jerome Coopersmith

Cast: Kevin Coughlin, Aina Miemela

Box   24
Folder   1
“Assignment: Teen-Aged Junkies,” February 28, 1962
Note

Director: Paul Bogart

Writer: Bob Van Scoyk

Cast: Pat McVey, Jim Horan, Don Morgan

Box   24
Folder   2
“The Man Who Refused to Die,” March 14, 1962
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Irve Tunick

Cast: Alexander Scourby, Lydia Bruce

Box   24
Folder   3
“The Merchants of Evil,” March 28, 1962
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: David Davidson

Cast: Carlos Montalban, Tim O'Connor, Michael Conrad

Box   24
Folder   4
“Patterns of Hope: A Story of Cancer Control,” April 11, 1962
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Harold Gast

Cast: Frank Aletter, Kathleen Maguire, John Gibson

Box   24
Folder   5
“Blackbird of Space: Story of the X-15,” April 25, 1962
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Irve Tunick

Box   24
Folder   6
“Anatomy of Betrayal: Dateline Cuba,” May 9, 1962
Note

Director: Paul Bogart

Writer: Irving Gaynor Neiman

Cast: Harry Townes, Ed Crowley

Box   25
Folder   1
“The Secret Crime,” May 23, 1962
Note

Director: Paul Bogart

Writer: Bob Van Scoyk

Cast: Gene Raymond, Barbara Baxley

Box   25
Folder   2
“Journey to Oblivion,” June 6, 1962
Note

Director: Paul Bogart

Writer: Don M. Mankiewicz

Cast: Olive Deering, Alexander Scourby, Kevin McCarthy

Box   25
Folder   3
“Crosses of the Dragon” (air date unknown)
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Robert Crean

Cast: James Daly

1962-1963 season
Box   25
Folder   4
“Smash Up,” October 10, 1962
Note

Director: Robert Ellis Miller

Writer: Bob Van Scoyk

Cast: Lenny Chapman, Alfred Hinckley, James Olson

Box   25
Folder   5
“The Friendly Thieves,” October 24, 1962
Note

Director: Paul Bogart

Writer: Alvin Boretz

Cast: Stuart Erwin, George Segal, Doris Roberts

Box   25
Folder   6
“Tunnel to Freedom,” November 7, 1962
Note

Director: Paul Bogart

Writer: Leon Tokatayan

Box   25
Folder   7
“The Assassin,” December 5, 1962
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Harold Gast

Cast: Ion Berger, Olga Bellin, Carl Low

Box   26
Folder   1
“Project: Pied Piper,” February 27, 1963
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Bob Van Scoyk

Cast: Philip Abbott, Lenka Peterson, Rodielle Oliver

Box   26
Folder   2
“Five Kilos of Junk,” March 13, 1963
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Jerome Coopersmith

Cast: Rudy Bond, Nancy Sheridan, James Tolkan

Box   26
Folder   3
“The Health Fraud,” March 27, 1963
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Harold Gast

Cast: Marlene Matthews, Ed Crowley, JoAnn LeCompte

Box   26
Folder   4
“The Embezzler,” April 10, 1963
Note

Director: Paul Bogart

Writer: Alvin Boretz

Cast: Gene Saks, Joan Hotchkiss, Barnard Hughes

Box   26
Folder   5
“A Square Mile of Hope,” April 24, 1963
Note

Director: Paul Bogart

Writer: Robert Crean

Cast: Sam Groom, Antonia Rey, Estelle Alicia

Box   26
Folder   6
“The Aggressor Force,” May 8, 1963
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Jerome Coopersmith

Cast: Frank Marth, Martin Brooks, Tim O'Connor

Box   26
Folder   7
“Secret Document X256,” June 5, 1963
Note

Director: David Roth

Writer: Don M. Mankiewicz

Cast: Barry Newman, Ken Kercheral

Box   26
Folder   8
“The Journey of Poh Lin,” August 14, 1963
Note

Writer: Bob Van Scoyk

Cast: Zia Mohyeddin, Irene Sun

Box   26
Folder   9
“Escape to Nowhere,” August 28, 1963
Note

Writer: Robert Crean

Cast: James Broderick, Paul Savior, Tim O'Connor

Box   27
Folder   1
“Denver Police Story” (air date unknown)
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Jerome Coopersmith

Cast: Patrick McVey, Carl Low, Frank Marth

Box   27
Folder   2
“Gallant Ship: Meredith Victory” (air date unknown)
Note

Director: Dave Roth

Writer: Jerome Coopersmith

Box   27
Folder   3
“Murder By Airplane” (air date unknown)
Note

Director: William Corrigan

Writer: Jerome Ross

Box   27
Folder   4
General releases, memos, correspondence
The Witness, 1960-1961: scripts
Note

Executive Producer for entire season: David Susskind

Producer for entire season: Nick Mayo

Box   28
Folder   1
Releases
Box   28
Folder   2
“Police Lt. Charles Becker,” October 20, 1960
Note

Director: Alex March

Writer: Will Lorin

Box   28
Folder   3
“Roger 'The Terrible' Touhy,” November 3, 1960
Note

Director: Ralph Nelson

Writer: Irve Tunick

Box   28
Folder   4
“Benjamin 'Bugsy' Siegel,” November 30, 1960
Note

Director: Ralph Nelson

Writer: John O'Toole

Box   28
Folder   5
“Major James M. Curley,” November 10, 1960
Note

Director: Alex March

Writer: Jerome Ross

Box   28
Folder   6
“Al Capone,” November 24, 1960
Note

Director: William A Graham

Writer: William K. Clarke, Irve Tunick

Box   28
Folder   7
“Abe Reles,” December 15, 1960
Note

Director: Herbert Swope, Jr.

Writer: Irve Tunick

Box   28
Folder   8
“Ma Barker,” January 12, 1961
Note

Director: Nick Mayo

Writer: Max Erlich

Box   28
Folder   9
“Huey P. Long,” Research
Box   28
Folder   10
“'Shoeless Joe' Jackson,” Research
Box   28
Folder   11
“Arnold Rothstein,” Research
Box   28
Folder   12
“Mayor John J. Walker,” Research
Box   28
Folder   13
“Jimmy Hines”
Note

Director: Alex March

Writer: Robert Rafelson, Irve Tunick

Miscellaneous
Box   29
Folder   1
Appointment with Adventure, 1955-1956: photographs
Box   29
Folder   2
“The Bridge Over San Luis Rey,” January 21, 1958: releases
Box   29
Folder   3
“Chun King Chow Mein Hour,” February 4, 1962: releases
Box   29
Folder   4
David Susskind TV Show: photographs
Box   29
Folder   5
“Francis Langford Show,” May 1, 1960: releases
Box   29
Folder   6
The Garry Moore Show: photographs
Box   29
Folder   7
“Little Women,” October 16, 1958: photographs, releases
Box   29
Folder   8
“Marineland Carnival,” April 22, 1962: releases
Box   29
Folder   9
“Miss America Parade and Pageant,” September 6 and 10, 1960; September 8, 1962: releases
Box   29
Folder   10
“Mrs. Miniver,” January 7, 1960: photographs
Box   29
Folder   11
National Velvet, 1960-1962: releases
Box   29
Folder   12
“The Power and the Glory,” October 29, 1961: photographs, releases
Box   29
Folder   13
“Remember How Great,” February 9, 1961: releases
Box   29
Folder   14
Schaefer Award Theater, 1959-1961: releases
Box   29
Folder   15
The Schaefer Circle, 1960-1961: releases
Box   29
Folder   16
Schaefer Circle of Special Programs, 1961-1962: releases
Box   29
Folder   17
Schaefer Circle of Sports, 1961-1962: releases
Box   30
Folder   1
“Something Special,” December 4, 1960: releases
Box   30
Folder   2
“The Soviet Woman,” December 10, 1963: photographs
Box   30
Folder   3
Special Tonight, 1959-1960: releases
Box   30
Folder   4
Straightaway, 1961-1962: releases
Box   30
Folder   5
“Swiss Family Robinson,” October 12, 1958: photographs, releases
Box   30
Folder   6
U.S. Steel Hour, 1960-1962: releases
Box   30
Folder   7
“The Valley of Decision,” March 20, 1960: photographs
Box   30
Folder   8
“Way Back in 1960,” November 10, 1960: releases
Box   30
Folder   9
“Wonderful Town,” November 30, 1958: publicity campaign plan
Box   30
Folder   10
“The World's Girls,” October 25, 1963: photographs
Box   30
Folder   11
“Wuthering Heights,” May 9, 1958: releases