Marxist-Leninist Party, USA Records, 1972-1995

Contents List

Container Title
U.S. Mss 99AN
Accidents Will Happen
Box/Folder   1/1
Final: by George Bricker, Anthony Coldewey, and Victor C. Rose, 24 August to 27 August with revisions to 20 October 1937; changes
Physical Description: circa 131pp.; 6pp. 
Across the Pacific
Box/Folder   1/2
Novel: Aloha means goodby, by Robert Carson. Saturday Evening Post, 28 June to 26 July 1941
Physical Description: 29pp. 
Box/Folder   1/3
Novel: Aloha means goodby, by Carson, 22 December 1941
Physical Description: 177pp. 
Box/Folder   1/4
Temporary: no author shown, 13 January 1942
Physical Description: 192pp. 
Box/Folder   1/5
Rev Temp: by Richard Macaulay, 14 February 1942
Physical Description: 111pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   1/6
Final: by Macaulay, 24 February with revisions to 2 March 1942
Physical Description: 134pp. 
Box/Folder   1/7
Rev Final: by Macaulay, 5 March with revisions to 24 April 1942
Physical Description: circa 125pp. 
Action in the North Atlantic
Box/Folder   2/1
Treatment: Heroes without uniforms, by Guy Gilpatric, 25 May 1942
Physical Description: 142pp. 
Box/Folder   2/2
Short Story: Damn the torpedoes, by Helen Lawrenson. Harper's, July 1942
Physical Description: 4pp. 
Box/Folder   2/3
Temporary: by John Howard Lawson, 18 July to 1 August 1942
Physical Description: 133pp. 
Box/Folder   2/4
Final: by Lawson and W.R. Burnett, 10 August with revisions to 14 August 1942
Physical Description: circa 190pp. 
Box/Folder   2/5
Rev Final: by Lawson and Burnett, 1 September with revisions to 17 December 1942
Physical Description: circa 170pp. 
Adventure in Iraq
Box/Folder   2/6
Temporary: by Robert E Kent, 15 July 1942
Physical Description: 83pp. 
Box/Folder   2/7
Screenplay: by George R. Bilson and Kent, 31 July 1942
Physical Description: 93pp. 
Box/Folder   2/8
Final: by Bilson and Kent, 25 August with revisions to 29 September 1942
Physical Description: 97pp. 
Adventures of Don Juan
Box/Folder   3/1
Treatment: by Max Brand, undated
Physical Description: 58pp. 
Box/Folder   3/2
Treatment: by Brand, 14 February 1944
Physical Description: 57pp. 
Box/Folder   3/3
Treatment: by John Taintor Foote, 26 April 1944
Physical Description: 162pp. 
Box/Folder   3/4
Temporary: by Foote and William Faulkner, 13 July 1944
Physical Description: 153pp. 
Box/Folder   3/5
Rev Temp: by Herbert Dalmas, 1 November 1944
Physical Description: 155pp. 
Box/Folder   3/6
Final: by Dalmas, 2 December to 22 December 1944 with revisions to 15 January 1945
Physical Description: circa 165pp. 
Box/Folder   3/7
Screenplay: by Harold Goldman, 9 December 1944 to 13 January 1945
Physical Description: 182pp. 
Box/Folder   4/1
Rev Final: no author shown, 19 January 1945
Physical Description: 176pp. 
Box/Folder   4/2
Rev Final 2: no author shown, 17 February to 19 February with revisions to 22 February 1945
Physical Description: circa 140pp. 
Box/Folder   4/3
Rev Final 3: by Goldman and Dalmas, 20 March to 16 May 1945
Physical Description: 149pp. 
Box/Folder   4/4
Story Outline: by George Oppenheimer, 1 April 1947
Physical Description: 6pp. 
Box/Folder   4/5
Screenplay: by Oppenheimer, 5 April 1947
Physical Description: 146pp. 
Box/Folder   4/6
Temporary: by Oppenheimer, 18 July 1947
Physical Description: 146pp. 
Box/Folder   4/7
Comments: by Harry Kurnitz, undated
Physical Description: 11pp. 
Box/Folder   4/8
Screenplay: by Kurnitz, 20 August 1947
Physical Description: 149pp. 
Box/Folder   4/9
Screenplay: by Kurnitz, undated
Physical Description: 148pp. 
Box/Folder   5/1
Rev Temp: by Kurnitz, 23 August to 15 September 1947
Physical Description: 150pp. 
Box/Folder   5/2
Final: by Oppenheimer and Kurnitz, 9 October 1947 with revisions to 17 March 1948
Physical Description: circa 140pp. 
Adventures of Jane Arden
Box/Folder   5/3
Temporary: no author shown, 17 October 1938
Physical Description: 133pp. 
Box/Folder   5/4
Final: by Lawrence Kimball and Charles Curran, 24 October with revisions to 9 November 1938
Physical Description: circa 120pp. 
Adventures of Mark Twain
Box/Folder   5/5
Play: Mark Twain, by Harold Sherman, undated
Physical Description: 142pp. 
Box/Folder   5/6
Research: Mark Twain material, by Bernard De Voto, 24 November 1941
Physical Description: 37pp. 
Box/Folder   5/7
Research: America's Twainiana cycle, by Floyd C. Shoemaker. Speech delivered in Hannibal, Missouri, 1 December 1941
Physical Description: 3pp. 
Box/Folder   5/8
Story Outline: by Harry Chandlee, undated
Physical Description: 36pp. 
Box/Folder   5/9
Story Outline: by Alan LeMay and Harold M. Sherman, 23 August 1941
Physical Description: 9pp. 
Box/Folder   5/10
Treatment: by Sherman, undated
Physical Description: 264pp. 
Box/Folder   6/1
Treatment: by LeMay and Sherman, 13 October 1941
Physical Description: 145pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   6/2
Treatment: by Sherman, undated
Note: Incomplete.

Physical Description: 31pp. 
Box/Folder   6/3
Treatment: by Sherman, undated
Physical Description: 115pp. 
Box/Folder   6/4
Treatment: by Howard Koch (annotated), undated; “Memorandum of proposed revision to Mark Twain treatment.”
Physical Description: 180pp.; 2pp. 
Box/Folder   6/5
Screenplay: by LeMay, 28 February to 11 March 1942
Physical Description: 109pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   6/6
Screenplay: by LeMay, 20 March to 2 April 1942
Physical Description: 152pp. 
Note: Annotated and Incomplete.
Box/Folder   6/7
Screenplay: by LeMay, 20 March to 15 April 1942
Physical Description: 183pp. 
Box/Folder   6/8
Temporary: no author shown, 28 April with revisions to 20 May 1942
Physical Description: circa 185pp. 
Box/Folder   7/1
Comments: by W.G. Beymer, 5 May 1942
Physical Description: 43pp. 
Box/Folder   7/2
Final: no author shown, undated with revisions to 28 September 1942
Physical Description: circa 195pp. 
The Adventures of Robin Hood
Box/Folder   7/3
Temporary: by Rowland Leigh, 23 November 1936
Physical Description: 164pp. 
Box/Folder   7/4
Rev Temp: Robin Hood, by Norman Reilly Raine, 7 July 1937
Physical Description: 165pp. 
Box/Folder   7/5
Rev Temp 2: Robin Hood, by Raine, 6 August to 20 August 1937
Physical Description: 100pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   7/6
Final: Robin Hood, by Raine and Seton I Miller, 4 September to 11 September 1937
Physical Description: 168pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   7/7
Rev Final: Robin Hood, by Raine and Miller, 14 September to 17 September 1937
Physical Description: 190pp. 
Box/Folder   8/1
Rev Final 2: Robin Hood, by Raine and Miller, 21 September 1937
Physical Description: 166pp. 
Box/Folder   8/2
Rev Final 3: by Raine and Miller, undated with revisions to 5 January 1938
Physical Description: circa 185pp. 
Box/Folder   8/3
Rev Final 4: by Raine and Miller, 25 September 1937
Physical Description: 162pp. 
Adventurous Blonde
Box/Folder   8/4
Temporary: by Robertson White and David Diamond, 10 May 1937
Physical Description: 118pp. 
Box/Folder   8/5
Final: no author shown, 22 May with revisions to 16 June 1937
Physical Description: circa 122pp. 
Affectionately Yours
Box/Folder   8/6
Story Outline: by Fanya Foss and Aleen Leslie, undated
Physical Description: 33pp. 
Box/Folder   8/7
Short Story: no author shown, 29 August 1940
Physical Description: 34pp. 
Box/Folder   8/8
Plot Summary: no author shown, undated; cast of characters by Foss and Leslie, 2 July 1940; memo from Mark Hellinger to Hal Wallis, 9 September 1940
Physical Description: 9pp., 5pp., 1p. 
Box/Folder   8/9
Temporary: no author shown, 30 October 1940
Physical Description: 159pp. 
Box/Folder   9/1
Final: by Edward Kaufman, 3 December to 14 December 1940
Physical Description: 170pp. 
Box/Folder   9/2
Rev Final: by Kaufman, 7 January with revisions to 13 February 1941
Physical Description: circa 150pp. 
Air Force
Box/Folder   9/3
Temporary: by Dudley Nichols, 24 April 1942
Physical Description: 193pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   9/4
Rev Temp: no author shown, 29 May 1942
Physical Description: 189pp. 
Box/Folder   9/5
Rev Temp 2: no author shown, 12 June to 13 June 1942
Physical Description: 207pp. 
Box/Folder   9/6
Final: no author shown, 18 June to 30 June 1942
Physical Description: 140pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   10/1
Rev Final: by Nichols, 3 July with revisions to 8 October 1942, and new ending
Physical Description: circa 175pp., 6pp. 
Box/Folder   10/2
Novel: by John O Watson. New York, 1943
Physical Description: 241pp. 
Alcatraz Island
Box/Folder   10/3
Temporary: Alcatraz, by Crane Wilbur, 7 April 1937
Physical Description: 122pp. 
Box/Folder   10/4
Final: Alcatraz, by Wilbur, 21 April 1937
Physical Description: 107pp. 
Box/Folder   10/5
Rev Final: Alcatraz, by Wilbur, 28 April with revisions to 30 April 1937
Physical Description: 122pp. 
Box/Folder   10/6
Rev Final 2: Alcatraz, by Wilbur, 5 May with revisions to 1 July 1937; added scenes
Physical Description: circa 110pp., 7pp. 
Alexander Hamilton
Box/Folder   11/1
Play: Hamilton, by Mary P. Hamlin and George Arliss, undated
Physical Description: 118pp. 
Box/Folder   11/2
Temporary: by Julien Josephson and Maude T. Howell, 25 March 1931
Physical Description: 72pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   11/3
Final: by Josephson and Howell, 28 March 1931
Physical Description: 79pp. 
Box/Folder   11/4
Rev Final: by Josephson and Howell, 10 April 1931
Physical Description: 81pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Alias the Doctor
Box/Folder   11/5
Play: Environment, by Von Russell, 12 September 1931
Physical Description: 86pp. 
Box/Folder   11/6
Comments: (“Mr. Zanuck's suggestions on proposed treatment of `Environment'”), by Darryl F. Zanuck, 18 September 1931
Physical Description: 3pp. 
Box/Folder   11/7
Comments: (“Notes on Barthelmess' story `Alias the doctor'”), by Zanuck, undated
Physical Description: 5pp. 
Box/Folder   11/8
Story Outline: Environment, no author shown, 22 September 1931
Physical Description: 3pp. 
Box/Folder   11/9
Treatment: no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 59pp. 
Box/Folder   11/10
Treatment: Environment, no author shown, 17 October 1931
Physical Description: 62pp. 
Box/Folder   11/11
Treatment: no author shown, 23 October 1931
Physical Description: 69pp. 
Box/Folder   11/12
Rev Final: no author shown, 19 November 1931
Physical Description: 106pp. 
Alibi Ike
Box/Folder   11/13
Short Story: by Ring Lardner, undated
Physical Description: 26pp. 
Box/Folder   11/14
Temporary: by William Wister Haines, 20 January 1935
Physical Description: 135pp. 
Box/Folder   11/15
Rev Temp: by Haines, 31 January 1935
Physical Description: 126pp. 
Box/Folder   12/1
Final: by Haines, 27 February 1935
Physical Description: 139pp. 
Box/Folder   12/2
Rev Final: by Haines, 1 March 1935
Physical Description: 139pp. 
Box/Folder   12/3
Rev Final 2: by Haines, 20 March 1935
Physical Description: 127pp. 
All This, and Heaven Too
Box/Folder   12/4
Novel: by Rachel Field. New York, 1938
Physical Description: 596pp. 
Box/Folder   12/5
Story Outline: by Harriet Hinsdale, 20 December 1938
Physical Description: 63pp. 
Box/Folder   12/6
Treatment: by Casey Robinson, 10 May 1939
Physical Description: 182pp. 
Box/Folder   12/7
Temporary: by Robinson, 22 November 1939
Physical Description: 198pp. 
Box/Folder   13/1
Final: by Robinson, 4 January to 23 January 1940
Physical Description: 181pp. 
Box/Folder   13/2
Rev Final: by Robinson, 5 February 1940
Physical Description: 162pp. 
All Through the Night
Box/Folder   13/3
Short Story: by Leonard Q Ross and Leonard Spigelgass, 19 March 1941
Physical Description: 61pp. 
Box/Folder   13/4
Temporary: by Spigelgass, 30 April 1941
Physical Description: 140pp. 
Box/Folder   13/5
Rev Temp: by Spigelgass and Edwin Gilbert, 2 June to 26 June 1941
Physical Description: 137pp. 
Box/Folder   13/6
Final: by Spigelgass and Gilbert, 19 July to 28 July 1941
Physical Description: 136pp. 
Box/Folder   13/7
Rev Final: by Spigelgass and Gilbert, 31 July to 14 August with revisions to 3 November 1941, and new ending
Physical Description: circa 140pp., 3pp. 
Always A Bride
Box/Folder   14/1
Temporary: and so she was married, by Robert E Kent, 6 September 1940
Physical Description: 120pp. 
Box/Folder   14/2
Final: by Kent, 14 September with revisions to 24 September 1940
Physical Description: circa 115pp. 
Always in My Heart
Box/Folder   14/3
Play: Fly away home, by Dorothy Bennett and Irving White, New York, 1935
Physical Description: 118pp. 
Box/Folder   14/4
Temporary: no author shown, 20 August 1941
Physical Description: 128pp. 
Box/Folder   14/5
Final: by Adele Comandini, 5 September 1941
Physical Description: 134pp. 
Box/Folder   14/6
Rev Final: by Comandini, 9 October with revisions to 14 November 1941
Physical Description: circa 135pp. 
Always Leave Them Laughing
Box/Folder   14/7
Short Story: The small time, by Max Shulman, Colliers, 24 July 1948
Physical Description: 4pp. 
Box/Folder   14/8
Plot Summary: The small time, by Elma L Wentz, 18 February 1948
Physical Description: 1p. 
Box/Folder   14/9
Story Outline: The thief of Broadway, by Richard Mealand and Shulman, undated and notes for revision
Physical Description: 59pp., 3pp. 
Box/Folder   14/10
Plot Summary: The thief of Broadway, by P Mathias, 17 May 1948
Physical Description: 1p. 
Box/Folder   14/11
Story Outline: Thief of Broadway, by Jerry Wald, 17 January 1949
Physical Description: 3pp. 
Box/Folder   14/12
Treatment: Thief of Broadway, by Shulman, 17 February 1949
Physical Description: 37pp. 
Box/Folder   14/13
Treatment: The thief of Broadway, by Shulman, 2 March 1949
Physical Description: 61pp. 
Box/Folder   15/1
Treatment: by Shulman, 18 March 1949
Physical Description: 130pp. 
Box/Folder   15/2
Treatment: by Jack Rose and Melville Shavelson, 24 May 1949
Physical Description: 11pp. 
Box/Folder   15/3
Treatment: by Rose and Shavelson, 27 May 1949
Physical Description: 27pp. 
Box/Folder   15/4
Treatment: by Rose and Shavelson, 7 June 1949
Physical Description: 36pp. 
Box/Folder   15/5
Screenplay: by Rose and Shavelson, undated
Physical Description: 143pp. 
Box/Folder   15/6
Temporary: by Rose and Shavelson. 9 July to 11 July with revisions to 16 July 1949
Physical Description: circa 110pp. 
Box/Folder   15/7
Comments: (“Changed pages”) by Rose and Shavelson, 11 July to 15 July 1949
Physical Description: 38pp. 
Box/Folder   15/8
Final: by Rose and Shavelson, 20 July with revisions to 19 September 1949
Physical Description: circa 112pp. 
Box/Folder   15/9
Comments: (“Changed pages”) by Rose and Shavelson, 26 July to 2 August 1949
Physical Description: circa 110pp. 
Box/Folder   15/10
Comments: (“Changed pages”) by Rose and Shavelson, 26 July to 20 September 1949
Physical Description: 32pp. 
Box/Folder   15/11
Comments: (“Changed pages”) by Hal Collins and Robert Gordon, 16 August to 23 August 1949
Physical Description: 8pp. 
Box/Folder   15/12
Comments: (“Changed pages”) by Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts, 23 August to 30 August 1949
Physical Description: 27pp. 
Box/Folder   15/13
Reader Synopsis: The thief of Broadway, by Ardel Wray, 20 October 1955
Physical Description: 1p. 
Always Together
Box/Folder   16/1
Screenplay: A cool million, by Phoebe and Henry Ephron (incomplete), 19 August 1946; outline; memo from Alex Gottlieb to J.L. Warner
Physical Description: 65pp.; 10pp.; 1p. 
Box/Folder   16/2
Screenplay: A cool million, by the Ephrons and I.A.L. Diamond, 13 November 1946
Physical Description: 137pp. 
Box/Folder   16/3
Screenplay: Head over heels, by the Ephrons and Diamond, 6 April 1947, and memo from Gottlieb to Warner
Physical Description: 130pp.; 1p. 
Box/Folder   16/4
Temporary: Head over heels, by the Ephrons and Diamond, 17 May 1947
Physical Description: 129pp. 
Box/Folder   16/5
Final: Head over heels, by the Ephrons and Diamond, 28 May with revisions to 23 June 1947
Physical Description: circa 115pp. 
The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse
Box/Folder   16/6
Play: by Barre Lyndon, 10 March 1937
Physical Description: 136pp. 
Box/Folder   16/7
Treatment: by John Wexley, undated
Physical Description: 116pp. 
Box/Folder   16/8
Temporary: by Wexley and John Huston, 30 November to 20 December 1937
Physical Description: 197pp. 
Box/Folder   17/1
Rev Temp: by Wexley and Huston, 29 December 1937
Physical Description: 178pp. 
Box/Folder   17/2
Rev Temp 2: by Wexley and Huston, 8 January 1938
Physical Description: 179pp. 
Box/Folder   17/3
Final: by Wexley and Huston, 26 January with revisions to 12 March 1938
Physical Description: circa 165pp. 
An Angel From Texas
Box/Folder   17/4
Treatment: by Wally Klein, 12 December 1939
Physical Description: 17pp. 
Box/Folder   17/5
Temporary: by Bertram Millhauser, 10 January 1940
Physical Description: 45pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   17/6
Rev Temp: by Fred Niblo, Jr, 30 January 1940
Physical Description: 128pp. 
Box/Folder   17/7
Final: by Millhauser and Niblo, 5 February with revisions to 15 March 1940
Physical Description: circa 150pp. 
Angels Wash Their Faces
Box/Folder   17/8
Treatment: The battle of city hall, by Niven Busch and Jonathan Finn, 13 August 1938
Physical Description: 24pp. 
Box/Folder   17/9
Treatment: The battle of city hall, by Busch, undated
Physical Description: 53pp. 
Box/Folder   18/1
Screenplay: The battle of city hall, by Busch and Robert Buckner, 15 November 1938
Physical Description: 154pp. 
Box/Folder   18/2
Temporary: The battle of city hall, no author shown, 24 January 1939
Physical Description: 140pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   18/3
Screenplay: Boys' week, the battle of city hall (“Fessier's revisions”), 26 January to 4 February 1939
Physical Description: 143pp. 
Box/Folder   18/4
Final: The battle of city hall, by Michael Fessier, Busch, and Buckner, 7 February with revisions to 6 April 1939
Physical Description: circa 130pp. 
Another Dawn
Box/Folder   18/5
Treatment: by Laird Doyle, 18 January 1936
Physical Description: 36pp. 
Box/Folder   18/6
Treatment: by Doyle, 13 February 1936
Physical Description: 69pp. 
Box/Folder   18/7
Temporary: by Doyle, 24 February to 3 March 1936
Physical Description: 157pp. 
Box/Folder   18/8
Final: by Doyle, 18 August 1936
Physical Description: 124pp. 
Box/Folder   18/9
Rev Final: by Doyle, 1 September with revisions to 7 October 1936
Physical Description: circa 165pp. 
Anthony Adverse
Box/Folder   19/1
Novel: by Hervey Allen. New York, 1933
Physical Description: 1224pp. 
Box/Folder   19/2
Plot Summary: by Allen, undated
Physical Description: 21pp. 
Box/Folder   19/3
Plot Summary: by Jean Hollingsworth, 5 July 1933
Physical Description: 28pp. 
Box/Folder   19/4
Research: (“Descriptive material taken from the book for Anthony Adverse”) no author shown, 7 October 1935
Physical Description: 130pp. 
Box/Folder   19/5
Treatment: by Sheridan Gibney, 10 April 1934
Physical Description: 42pp. 
Box/Folder   19/6
Screenplay: by Gibney, 28 July 1934
Physical Description: 153pp. 
Box/Folder   19/7
Temporary: by Gibney, 18 July 1935
Physical Description: 179pp. 
Box/Folder   19/8
Rev Temp: by Gibney, 7 September 1935
Physical Description: 184pp. 
Box/Folder   20/1
Final: by Gibney, 25 October 1935
Physical Description: 196pp. 
Box/Folder   20/2
Rev Final: no author shown, 2 November 1935 with revisions to 12 February 1936
Physical Description: circa 195pp. 
April Showers
Box/Folder   20/3
Treatment: Barbary host, by Joe Laurie, Jr. and Abel Green, undated
Physical Description: 15pp. 
Box/Folder   20/4
Treatment: Barbary host, by Laurie and Green, undated
Physical Description: 15pp. 
Box/Folder   20/5
Treatment: Barbary host, by Peter Milne, undated
Physical Description: 21pp. 
Box/Folder   20/6
Screenplay: Barbary host, by Milne, undated
Physical Description: 120pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   20/7
Screenplay: Barbary host, by Milne (annotated), 19 October 1946; memo from William Jacobs to J.L. Warner
Physical Description: 140pp.; 1p. 
Box/Folder   20/8
Screenplay: Barbary host by Milne, 13 December 1946
Physical Description: 115pp. 
Box/Folder   20/9
Screenplay: Barbary host, no author shown, 11 February 1947
Physical Description: 145pp. 
Box/Folder   20/10
Screenplay: Barbary host, by Phoebe and Henry Ephron and Milne, 11 April 1947
Physical Description: 123pp. 
Box/Folder   20/11
Screenplay: Barbary host (“Footlights”), by Milne, 8 July to 5 August 1947
Box/Folder   21/1
Temporary: Footlights, by Milne and the Ephrons, 23 July 1947
Physical Description: 73pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   21/2
Final: by Milne and the Ephrons, 13 August to 21 August 1947
Physical Description: 117pp. 
Box/Folder   21/3
Comments: by Wilkie Mahoney, undated
Physical Description: 77pp. 
Box/Folder   21/4
Rev Final: by Milne and the Ephrons, 26 August with revisions to 22 October 1947
Physical Description: circa 120pp. 
Arsenic and Old Lace
Box/Folder   21/5
Play: by Joseph Kesselring, 14 January 1941
Physical Description: 95pp. 
Box/Folder   21/6
Play: by Kesselring. New York, 1941
Physical Description: 187pp. 
Box/Folder   21/7
Reader Synopsis: by Dorothea Cartwright Doe, 18 January 1941
Physical Description: 17pp. 
Box/Folder   21/8
Temporary: by Julius J and Philip G Epstein, 10 October 1941
Physical Description: 72pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   21/9
Rev Temp: (“And final”) by the Epsteins, 16 October with revisions to 5 December 1941
Physical Description: 160pp. 
Box/Folder   21/10
Reader Synopsis: by Rodney Graham, 5 June 1947
Physical Description: 1p. 
As the Earth Turns
Box/Folder   22/1
Novel: by Gladys Hasty Carroll. New York, 1933
Physical Description: 339pp. 
Box/Folder   22/2
Treatment: by Ernest Pascal, 10 July 1933
Physical Description: 27pp. 
Box/Folder   22/3
Screenplay: no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 142pp. 
Box/Folder   22/4
Temporary: no author shown, 25 August 1933
Physical Description: 115pp. 
Box/Folder   22/5
Final: by Pascal, 23 October with revisions to 6 December 1933
Physical Description: 118pp. 
Babbitt
Box/Folder   22/6
Novel: by Sinclair Lewis. New York, 1922
Physical Description: 401pp. 
Box/Folder   22/7
Treatment: by Tom Reed and Niven Busch, 14 April 1934
Physical Description: 40pp. 
Box/Folder   23/1
Screenplay: no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 123pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   23/2
Temporary: by Mary McCall, Jr, 3 August 1934
Physical Description: 116pp. 
Box/Folder   23/3
Final: by McCall, 15 August with revisions to 27 August 1934
Physical Description: circa 125pp. 
Baby Face
Box/Folder   23/4
Short Story: no author shown, 9 November 1932
Physical Description: 8pp. 
Box/Folder   23/5
Treatment: by Gene Markey and Kathryn Scola, 21 November 1932
Physical Description: 41pp. 
Box/Folder   23/6
Screenplay: by Markey and Scola, 15 December 1932
Physical Description: 138pp. 
Box/Folder   23/7
Final: by Markey and Scola, 17 December 1932
Physical Description: 138pp. 
Back in Circulation
Box/Folder   23/8
Short Story: Angle shooter, by Adela Rogers St. John, 7 August 1936; galleys, from Motion Picture Review, 3 January 1937
Physical Description: 66pp., 11pp. 
Box/Folder   23/9
Treatment: Angle shooter, by Warren Duff, undated
Physical Description: 43pp. 
Box/Folder   23/10
Temporary: Angle shooter, by Duff, 4 October 1936
Physical Description: 156pp. 
Box/Folder   23/11
Final: Angle shooter, by Duff, 15 March with revisions to 22 April 1937
Physical Description: circa 155pp. 
Back Pay
Box/Folder   24/1
Short Story: by Fannie Hurst, 9 February 1938
Physical Description: 41pp. 
Box/Folder   24/2
Screenplay: by Francis Edward Faragoh, undated
Physical Description: 114pp. 
Box/Folder   24/3
Final: by Faragoh, 21 November 1929; production information
Physical Description: 90pp., 39pp. 
Background to Danger
Box/Folder   24/4
Novel: by Eric Ambler. New York, 1937
Physical Description: 280pp. 
Box/Folder   24/5
Treatment: by W R Burnett, undated
Physical Description: 11pp. 
Box/Folder   24/6
Screenplay: by Fred Niblo, Jr, 4 October 1941
Physical Description: 124pp. 
Box/Folder   24/7
Temporary: by M Coates Webster and Arthur Arent, 20 August 1941
Physical Description: 117pp. 
Box/Folder   24/8
Rev Temp: by Philip MacDonald, 8 July 1942
Physical Description: 132pp. 
Box/Folder   24/9
Final: no author shown, 8 August with revisions to 3 September 1942
Physical Description: circa 120pp. 
Bad Men of Missouri
Box/Folder   25/1
Treatment: no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 16pp. 
Box/Folder   25/2
Treatment: by Harold Shumate, undated
Physical Description: 9pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   25/3
Temporary: by Robert E Kent and Barry Trivers, 5 November 1940
Physical Description: 41pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   25/4
Rev Temp: by Kent, 19 November with revisions to 30 November 1940
Physical Description: 122pp. 
Box/Folder   25/5
Rev Temp 2: by Kent and Lester Cole, 11 January 1941
Physical Description: 128pp. 
Box/Folder   25/6
Final: by Shumate, 19 February to 24 February 1941
Physical Description: 116pp. 
Box/Folder   25/7
Rev Final: by Charles Grayson, 5 March to 12 March 1941
Physical Description: 110pp. 
Box/Folder   25/8
Rev Final 2: by Grayson, 19 March with revisions to 30 April 1941
Physical Description: circa 120pp. 
The Beast With Five Fingers
Box/Folder   25/9
Short Story: by W F Harvey, 31 March 1943
Physical Description: 37pp. 
Box/Folder   25/10
Treatment: by Graham Baker, undated
Physical Description: 80pp. 
Box/Folder   25/11
Screenplay: by Baker, 24 March 1945
Physical Description: 108pp. 
Box/Folder   25/12
Screenplay: by Richard Weil, undated
Physical Description: 115pp. 
Box/Folder   26/1
Screenplay: by Griffin Jay, 19 May 1945
Physical Description: 109pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   26/2
Temporary: by Curt Siodmak, 5 September 1945
Physical Description: 129pp. 
Box/Folder   26/3
Final: by Siodmak, 8 November 1945
Physical Description: 138pp. 
Box/Folder   26/4
Rev Final: by Harold Goldman, 10 November to 24 November 1945
Physical Description: 131pp. 
Beauty and the Boss
Box/Folder   26/5
Temporary: Churchmouse, by Ladislaus Fodor and Paul Frank. (Adaptation by Joseph Jackson.) 5 December 1931
Physical Description: 122pp. 
Box/Folder   26/6
Screenplay: A church mouse, by Fodor and Frank. (Adaptation by Jackson.) 8 December 1931
Physical Description: 116pp. 
Box/Folder   26/7
Final: A church mouse, by Fodor and Frank (Adaptation by Jackson), 12 December 1931
Physical Description: 106pp. 
Bedside
Box/Folder   26/8
Short Story: by Manuel Seff and Harvey Thew, 27 April 1933
Physical Description: 42pp. 
Box/Folder   26/9
Treatment: by Lillie Hayward, undated
Physical Description: 78pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   26/10
Temporary: by Hayward and James Wharton, 22 August 1933
Physical Description: 139pp. 
Box/Folder   27/1
Final: by Hayward and Rian James, 19 September 1933
Physical Description: 125pp. 
The Beloved Brat
Box/Folder   27/2
Temporary: Too much of everything, by Jean Negulesco and Wally Klein, 6 August 1937
Physical Description: 93pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   27/3
Final: Too much of everything, by Negulesco and Klein, 11 August 1937
Physical Description: 125pp. 
Box/Folder   27/4
Rev Final: Too much of everything, by Lawrence Kimble and Negulesco, 31 August with revisions to 19 October 1937
Physical Description: circa 125pp. 
Bengal Tiger
Box/Folder   27/5
Temporary: Bengal killer, by Roy Chanslor, 2 April with revisions to 8 April 1936
Physical Description: circa 140pp. 
Box/Folder   27/6
Final: Bengal killer, by Chanslor, 14 April with revisions to 5 May 1936
Physical Description: circa 110pp. 
Between Two Worlds
Box/Folder   27/7
Treatment: Outward bound, by George R Bilson, 23 July 1942
Physical Description: 12pp. 
Box/Folder   27/8
Screenplay: Outward bound, by Daniel Fuchs, 14 August 1943
Physical Description: 175pp. 
Box/Folder   28/1
Temporary: Outward bound, by Fuchs, 22 September 1943
Physical Description: 143pp. 
Box/Folder   28/2
Final: Outward bound, by Fuchs, 1 October with revisions to 16 November 1943
Physical Description: circa 140pp. 
Beyond the Forest
Box/Folder   28/3
Novel: by Stuart Engstrand. New York, 1948
Physical Description: 303pp. 
Box/Folder   28/4
Plot Summary: (“Novel outline--Wisconsin Bovary”) by Engstrand, undated
Physical Description: 18pp. 
Box/Folder   28/5
Treatment: by Lenore Coffee, 22 December 1948
Physical Description: 18pp. 
Box/Folder   28/6
Temporary: by Coffee, 18 February 1949
Physical Description: 173pp. 
Box/Folder   28/7
Rev Temp: by Coffee, 9 March to 11 March 1949
Physical Description: 130pp. 
Box/Folder   28/8
Final: by Coffee, 31 March to 13 April 1949
Physical Description: 158pp. 
Box/Folder   29/1
Rev Final: Rosa Moline, by Coffee, 19 April 1949
Physical Description: 131pp. 
Box/Folder   29/2
Rev Final 2: Rose Moline, by Coffee, 26 April with revisions to 10 May 1949
Physical Description: circa 130pp. 
Box/Folder   29/3
Rev Final 3: by Coffee, 12 May with revisions to 29 July 1949
Physical Description: circa 120pp. 
Big Boy
Box/Folder   29/4
Play: no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 76pp. 
Box/Folder   29/5
Temporary: (“Play by Harold Attridge, scenario and dialogue by Rex Taylor”), March 1930
Physical Description: circa 125pp. 
Box/Folder   29/6
Final: no author shown, 14 April 1930
Physical Description: circa 100pp. 
Big Business Girl
Box/Folder   29/7
Novel: by “One of Them.” New York, 1930
Physical Description: 278pp. 
Box/Folder   29/8
Treatment: by Robert Lord, November 1930
Physical Description: 74pp. 
Box/Folder   30/1
Final: by Lord, 19 December 1930
Physical Description: 112pp. 
Big City Blues
Box/Folder   30/2
Play: New York town, by Ward Morehouse, 23 February 1932
Physical Description: 130pp. 
Box/Folder   30/3
Treatment: New York town, by Robert Lord, 25 February 1932
Physical Description: 18pp. 
Box/Folder   30/4
Temporary: New York town, no author shown, 16 March 1932
Physical Description: 149pp. 
Box/Folder   30/5
Final: New York town, by Lillie Hayward and Morehouse, 20 March 1932; added scenes, 29 June 1932
Physical Description: 127pp., 4pp. 
Big Hearted Herbert
Box/Folder   30/6
Play: by Sophie Kerr and Anna Steese Richardson, 3 April 1934
Physical Description: 85pp. 
Box/Folder   30/7
Screenplay: by Delmer Daves, 22 May 1934
Physical Description: 146pp. 
Box/Folder   30/8
Temporary: by Lillie Hayward and Daves, 6 June 1934
Physical Description: 133pp. 
Box/Folder   30/9
Final: by Hayward and Ben Markson, 15 June to 19 June with revisions to 26 June 1934
Physical Description: circa 130pp. 
Big Noise
Box/Folder   31/1
Final: Big business, by William Jacobs and George Bickner. (“story by Edward Hartman.”), 8 February with revisions to 18 February 1936
Physical Description: circa 170pp. 
The Big Punch
Box/Folder   31/2
Short Story: The holy terror, by George Carleton Brown, undated
Physical Description: 58pp. 
Box/Folder   31/3
Story Outline: The holy terror, by Bernard Girard, 1947-8
Physical Description: 13pp. 
Box/Folder   31/4
Screenplay: The fighting terror, by Girard, 4 November 1947
Physical Description: 114pp. 
Box/Folder   31/5
Temporary: The fighting terror, by Girard, 29 November 1947
Physical Description: 123pp. 
Box/Folder   31/6
Final: The fighting terror, by Girard, 5 January 1948
Physical Description: 98pp. 
Box/Folder   31/7
Rev Final: by Girard, 8 January with revisions to 10 June 1948
Physical Description: circa 100pp. 
The Big Shakedown
Box/Folder   31/8
Short Story: Cut rate, or Public menace, by Niven Busch, undated
Physical Description: 6pp. 
Box/Folder   31/9
Treatment: The shakedown, by Robert Lee and Eugene Solow, undated
Physical Description: 34pp. 
Box/Folder   31/10
Screenplay: The shakedown, by Lee and Solow, undated
Physical Description: 118pp. 
Box/Folder   31/11
Screenplay: The shakedown, by Busch, 10 June 1933
Physical Description: 142pp. 
Box/Folder   31/12
Screenplay: The shakedown, by Busch, 17 June 1933
Physical Description: 117pp. 
Box/Folder   31/13
Final: The shakedown, by Lee and Solow, revised by Rian James, 14 August 1933
Physical Description: 63pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   32/1
Rev Final: by Lee and Solow, revised by James, 23 August with revisions to 25 October 1933
Physical Description: circa 130pp. 
The Big Shot
Box/Folder   32/2
Treatment: Warden Lawes story, by Daniel Fuchs 7 October 1941
Physical Description: 69pp. 
Box/Folder   32/3
Screenplay: The world is ours, by Fuchs, 21 November 1941
Physical Description: 130pp. 
Box/Folder   32/4
Comments: by Bertram Millhauser, 22 November 1941
Physical Description: 19pp. 
Box/Folder   32/5
Temporary: The world is ours, by Fuchs, 13 December 1941
Physical Description: 144pp. 
Box/Folder   32/6
Final: The world is ours, by Millhauser, 17 December 1941
Physical Description: 68pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   32/7
Rev Final: Escape from crime, by Fuchs and Millhauser, 31 December 1941 with revisions to 14 February 1942
Physical Description: circa 130pp. 
The Big Sleep
Box/Folder   32/8
Novel: by Raymond Chandler. Cleveland, 1939
Physical Description: 165pp. 
Box/Folder   33/1
Screenplay: by William Faulkner and Leigh Brackett, 11 September 1944
Physical Description: 166pp. 
Box/Folder   33/2
Temporary: by Faulkner and Brackett, 26 September 1944
Physical Description: 172pp. 
Box/Folder   33/3
Final: (“Cutter's script”) by Faulkner and Brackett, 16 March 1946
Physical Description: 168pp. 
The Big Stampede
Box/Folder   33/4
Final: by Marion Jackson, 22 June 1932
Physical Description: 73pp. 
Black Fury
Box/Folder   33/5
Play: Bohunk, by Harry R Irving, 1932
Physical Description: 104pp. 
Box/Folder   33/6
Screenplay: January Volkanik, by M.A. Musmanno, undated; alternate ending
Physical Description: 184pp., 3pp. 
Box/Folder   33/7
Treatment: Black hell, by Abem Finkel, 4 May 1934
Physical Description: 133pp. 
Box/Folder   33/8
Treatment: Black hell, by Finkel, 1 June 1934
Physical Description: 141pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   33/9
Treatment: Black hell, by Finkel, 13 June 1934
Physical Description: 132pp. 
Box/Folder   34/1
Temporary: Black hell, by Finkel and Carl Erickson, 4 September 1934
Physical Description: 166pp. 
Box/Folder   34/2
Final: Black hell, by Finkel and Erickson, 8 October with revisions to 17 October 1934
Physical Description: circa 160pp. 
Black Legion
Box/Folder   34/3
Short Story: by Robert Lord, 8 June 1936
Physical Description: 22pp. 
Box/Folder   34/4
Treatment: by Abem Finkel and Lord, 8 July 1936
Physical Description: 76pp. 
Box/Folder   34/5
Temporary: no author shown, 20 July 1936
Physical Description: 80pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   34/6
Final: by Finkel and William Wister Haines, undated with revisions to 27 November 1936
Physical Description: circa 160pp. 
Blackwell's Island
Box/Folder   34/7
Treatment: by Lee Katz, undated
Physical Description: 48pp. 
Box/Folder   34/8
Screenplay: by Katz, undated
Physical Description: 136pp. 
Box/Folder   34/9
Final: no author shown, 21 June to 25 June 1938
Physical Description: 119pp. 
Box/Folder   35/1
Rev Final: by Crane Wilbur, 3 July with revisions to 12 September 1938
Physical Description: circa 170pp. 
Blazing Sixes
Box/Folder   35/2
Temporary: Miracle mountain, by Anthony Coldewey, 12 January 1937
Physical Description: 119pp. 
Box/Folder   35/3
Final: Miracle mountain, by John T Neville, 20 January with revisions to 30 January 1937
Physical Description: circa 120pp. 
Blessed Event
Box/Folder   35/4
Play: by Manuel Sepp and Forrest Wilson, 1930
Physical Description: 148pp. 
Box/Folder   35/5
Screenplay: by Howard J Green, 2 April 1932
Physical Description: 141pp. 
Box/Folder   35/6
Screenplay: by Green, 7 April 1932
Physical Description: 147pp. 
Box/Folder   35/7
Final: by Green, 12 April 1932
Physical Description: 137pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Blonde Crazy
Box/Folder   35/8
Screenplay: Larceny Lane, by Kubec Glasmon and John Bright, undated
Physical Description: 102pp. 
Box/Folder   36/1
Temporary: Larceny Lane, by Glasmon and Bright, 22 May 1931
Physical Description: 104pp. 
Box/Folder   36/2
Final: Larceny Lane, by Glasmon and Bright, 27 May with revisions to 22 September 1931
Physical Description: circa 136pp. 
Blondes At Work
Box/Folder   36/3
Temporary: by Albert DeMond, 2 August 1937
Physical Description: 115pp. 
Box/Folder   36/4
Rev Temp: by DeMond, 19 August 1937
Physical Description: 133pp. 
Box/Folder   36/5
Final: by DeMond, 8 September with revisions to 2 October 1937
Physical Description: circa 120pp. 
Blondie Johnson
Box/Folder   36/6
Story Outline: by Earl Baldwin, undated
Physical Description: 10pp. 
Box/Folder   36/7
Screenplay: by Baldwin, 9 October 1932
Physical Description: circa 105pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   36/8
Temporary: no author shown, 14 October 1932
Physical Description: 112pp. 
Box/Folder   36/9
Final: by Baldwin, 19 October with revisions to 31 December 1932
Physical Description: circa 115pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Blues in the Night
Box/Folder   37/1
Play: Hot nocturne, by Edwin Gilbert, 1940
Physical Description: 147pp. 
Box/Folder   37/2
Temporary: Hot nocturne, by Robert Rossen and Gilbert, 4 April 1941
Physical Description: 171pp. 
Box/Folder   37/3
Story Outline: Hot nocturne, by Gilbert, 10 May 1941; memo from Gilbert to H Wallis
Physical Description: 22pp., 1p. 
Box/Folder   37/4
Treatment: Hot nocturne, by Rossen, 12 May 1941
Physical Description: 58pp. 
Box/Folder   37/5
Final: Hot nocturne, by Rossen, 22 May 1941
Physical Description: 104pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   37/6
Rev Final: by Rossen, 6 June to 30 June with revisions to 2 July 1941
Physical Description: circa 150pp. 
The Body Disappears
Box/Folder   37/7
Screenplay: The black widow, by Scott Darling and Erna Lazarus, undated
Physical Description: 111pp. 
Box/Folder   37/8
Screenplay: The man who wasn't there, by Darling and Lazarus, undated
Physical Description: 118pp. 
Box/Folder   37/9
Final: Black widow, by Darling and Lazarus, 17 July with revisions to 25 July 1941
Physical Description: circa 105pp. 
Border Town
Box/Folder   38/1
Novel: by Carroll Graham, New York, 1934
Physical Description: 309pp. 
Box/Folder   38/2
Treatment: by Edward Chodorov, 23 March 1934
Physical Description: 28pp. 
Box/Folder   38/3
Screenplay: by Graham, 4 May 1934
Physical Description: 122pp. 
Box/Folder   38/4
Screenplay: by Graham, 18 June 1934
Physical Description: 151pp. 
Box/Folder   38/5
Rev Temp: no author shown, 22 June 1934
Physical Description: 196pp. 
Box/Folder   38/6
Rev Temp 2: no author shown, 5 July 1934
Physical Description: 156pp. 
Box/Folder   38/7
Temporary: New border town, by Robert Lord, Laird Doyle, and Wallace Smith, 27 July 1934
Physical Description: 86pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   38/8
Treatment: by Doyle and Lord, 4 August 1934
Physical Description: 130pp. 
Box/Folder   39/1
Final: no author shown, 13 August with revisions to 11 September 1934
Physical Description: circa 155pp. 
Born for Trouble
Box/Folder   39/2
Short Story: Murder in the death house, by Jerry Chodorov, 30 April 1935
Physical Description: 52pp. 
Box/Folder   39/3
Temporary: Murder in the death house, by Raymond L. Schrock, 23 December 1941
Physical Description: 53pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   39/4
Final: Murder in the death (“big”) house, by Schrock, 5 January with revisions to 19 January 1942
Physical Description: circa 110pp. 
Boulder Dam
Box/Folder   39/5
Short Story: Water--the giver of life, or the story of the Boulder Dam project, by Dan M Templin, undated
Physical Description: 26pp. 
Box/Folder   39/6
Screenplay: The cinch, by Templin, undated
Physical Description: 117pp. 
Box/Folder   39/7
Treatment: Gabby Delaney, by Sy Bartlett, 7 June 1934
Physical Description: 28pp. 
Box/Folder   39/8
Treatment: An untitled story, by Ralph Block and Bartlett, 26 June 1934
Physical Description: 76pp. 
Box/Folder   39/9
Temporary: Backfire, by Block and Bartlett, 31 July 1934
Physical Description: 142pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   39/10
Screenplay: Backfire, by Laird Doyle, 14 December 1934
Physical Description: 126pp. 
Box/Folder   39/11
Rev Temp: Backfire, no author shown, 5 January 1935
Physical Description: 134pp. 
Box/Folder   40/1
Final: Backfire, no author shown, 28 March with revisions to 21 October 1935
Physical Description: circa 230pp. 
Boy Meets Girl
Box/Folder   40/2
Play: Boy meets girl and spring song, by Bella and Samuel Spewack. New York, 1936
Physical Description: 158pp. 
Box/Folder   40/3
Temporary: by the Spewacks, 25 March 1937
Physical Description: 154pp. 
Box/Folder   40/4
Final: by the Spewacks, 10 September 1937
Physical Description: 139pp. 
Box/Folder   40/5
Rev Final: by the Spewacks, 22 February with revisions to 1 March 1938
Physical Description: 139pp. 
The Bride Came C.O.D.
Box/Folder   40/6
Short Story: by Kenneth Earl and M M Musselman, undated
Physical Description: 82pp. 
Box/Folder   40/7
Plot Summary: by David Wear III, 6 September 1940
Physical Description: 12pp. 
Box/Folder   40/8
Temporary: by Philip and Julius Epstein, 8 November 1940
Physical Description: 137pp. 
Box/Folder   41/1
Final: by the Epsteins, 25 November with revisions to 29 November 1940
Physical Description: circa 135pp. 
Box/Folder   41/2
Rev Final: by the Epsteins, 30 December 1940 with revisions to 26 March 1941
Physical Description: circa 145pp. 
Box/Folder   41/3
Reader Synopsis: by Dorothea Cartwright Doe, 24 April 1951
Physical Description: 1p. 
Brides Are Like That
Box/Folder   41/4
Play: Applesauce, by Barry Conners, New York, 1926
Physical Description: 111pp. 
Box/Folder   41/5
Screenplay: Red apples, by Ben Markson, 20 October 1934
Physical Description: 125pp. 
Box/Folder   41/6
Final: Red apples, by Markson, 19 July with revisions to 8 November 1935
Physical Description: circa 115pp. 
Bright Lights (1931) (Adventure in Africa)
Box/Folder   41/7
Treatment: by Humphrey Pearson, undated
Physical Description: circa 110pp. 
Box/Folder   41/8
Final: by Henry McCarthy and Pearson, January 1930; production notes and shooting schedule
Physical Description: 99pp., 37pp. 
Bright Lights(1935)
Box/Folder   41/9
Treatment: Molly and me, by Lois Leeson, undated
Physical Description: 14pp. 
Box/Folder   41/10
Treatment: (“Sequence outline”) Molly and me, by Ben Markson, 2 January 1935
Physical Description: 24pp. 
Box/Folder   42/1
Treatment: Molly and me, by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby, undated
Physical Description: 125pp. 
Box/Folder   42/2
Screenplay: Molly and me, or Queen of burlesque, no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 58pp. 
Box/Folder   42/3
Screenplay: Back to Broadway, no author shown, 5 April 1935
Physical Description: 124pp. 
Box/Folder   42/4
Screenplay: Back to Broadway, no author shown, 18 April 1935
Physical Description: 123pp. 
Box/Folder   42/5
Final: no author shown, 1 May 1935
Physical Description: 116pp. 
British Agent
Box/Folder   42/6
Novel: by R H Bruce Lockhart, New York, 1933
Physical Description: 354pp. 
Box/Folder   42/7
Plot Summary: (“Notes on British Agent for Robert Presnell”) by Pierre Collings, undated
Physical Description: 7pp. 
Box/Folder   42/8
Research: (“Character sketches from the book”) no author shown, 17 April 1934
Physical Description: 56pp. 
Box/Folder   42/9
Screenplay: by Robert R Presnell, 29 December 1933
Physical Description: 155pp. 
Box/Folder   43/1
Temporary: by Laird Doyle, 27 March to 13 April 1934; new ending
Physical Description: 167pp., 8pp. 
Box/Folder   43/2
Rev Temp: by Doyle, 25 April 1934
Physical Description: 137pp. 
Box/Folder   43/3
Final: by Doyle, 28 April with revisions to 15 May 1934
Physical Description: circa 130pp. 
British Intelligence
Box/Folder   43/4
Temporary: Enemy agent (“Based on a play by A P Kelly”) by Lee Katz, 24 February 1939
Physical Description: 95pp. 
Box/Folder   43/5
Final: Enemy agent, by Katz, 4 March 1939
Physical Description: 108pp. 
Box/Folder   43/6
Rev Final: Enemy agent, by Katz, 11 March with revisions to 25 April 1939
Physical Description: circa 110pp. 
Broad-Minded
Box/Folder   43/7
Treatment: by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby, undated
Physical Description: 83pp. 
Box/Folder   43/8
Temporary: by Kalmar and Ruby, 17 January 1931
Physical Description: 103pp. 
Box/Folder   43/9
Final: by Kalmar and Ruby, 30 January 1931; new ending, 21 February 1931
Physical Description: 116pp., 11pp. 
Broadway Babies
Box/Folder   44/1
Short Story: Broadway musketeers, by Jay Gelzer. Good Housekeeping, October 1928
Physical Description: 16pp. 
Box/Folder   44/2
Story Outline: by Anthony Coldewey, 16 January 1929
Physical Description: 5pp. 
Box/Folder   44/3
Treatment: Broadway musketeers, by Monte Katterjohn, 14 January 1929
Physical Description: 68pp. 
Box/Folder   44/4
Screenplay: (“Dialogue for Broadway musketeers”) no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 59pp. 
Box/Folder   44/5
Final: (“Titles only, no dialogue”) by Katterjohn, undated
Physical Description: 114pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Broadway Gondolier
Box/Folder   44/6
Treatment: by Sig Herzig, Hans Kraly, and E Y Harburg, undated
Physical Description: 34pp. 
Box/Folder   44/7
Screenplay: by Herzig, 27 November 1934
Physical Description: 120pp. 
Box/Folder   44/8
Screenplay: by Warren Duff, 25 January 1935
Physical Description: 133pp. 
Box/Folder   44/9
Temporary: no author shown, 7 February 1935
Physical Description: 147pp. 
Box/Folder   44/10
Rev Temp: no author shown, 26 February 1935
Physical Description: 134pp. 
Box/Folder   44/11
Final: no author shown, 6 March with revisions to 22 April 1935
Physical Description: 150pp. 
Broadway Hostess
Box/Folder   45/1
Temporary: by George Bricker, 27 July 1935
Physical Description: 111pp. 
Box/Folder   45/2
Final: by Bricker, 30 July with revisions to 10 September 1935
Physical Description: circa 145pp. 
Broadway Musketeers
Box/Folder   45/3
Temporary: Three girls on Broadway, by Don Ryan and Kenneth Gamet, 19 April 1938
Physical Description: 113pp. 
Box/Folder   45/4
Final: Three girls on Broadway, by Ryan and Gamet, 7 May with revisions to 2 July 1938
Physical Description: circa 125pp. 
Brother Orchid
Box/Folder   45/5
Short Story: by Richard Connell. Collier's, 21 May 1938
Physical Description: 7pp. 
Box/Folder   45/6
Screenplay: by Earl Baldwin, 30 September 1938
Physical Description: 96pp. 
Box/Folder   45/7
Story Outline: by Baldwin, 1 December 1938
Physical Description: 5pp. 
Box/Folder   45/8
Temporary: by Baldwin, 9 February 1939
Physical Description: 153pp. 
Box/Folder   45/9
Story Outline: by Baldwin, 21 August 1939; memo from Mark Hellinger to Hal Wallis
Physical Description: 13pp., 1p. 
Box/Folder   45/10
Rev Temp: by Baldwin, 18 December 1939
Physical Description: 133pp. 
Brother Rat
Box/Folder   46/1
Play: by John Monks, Jr and Fred F Finklehoffe, undated
Physical Description: 145pp. 
Box/Folder   46/2
Temporary: by Jerry Wald and Richard Macauley, 13 April with revisions to 15 April 1938
Physical Description: circa 160pp. 
Box/Folder   46/3
Rev Temp: by Wald and Macauley, 9 May 1938
Physical Description: 161pp. 
Box/Folder   46/4
Final: by Wald and Macauley, 16 June 1938
Physical Description: 156pp. 
Brother Rat and A Baby
Box/Folder   46/5
Story Outline: by John Monks, Jr and Fred F Finklehoffe, undated
Physical Description: 32pp. 
Box/Folder   46/6
Screenplay: by Monks and Finklehoffe, 21 July 1939
Physical Description: 173pp. 
Box/Folder   46/7
Final: no author shown, 31 August with revisions to 5 September 1939
Physical Description: circa 145pp. 
Bullet Scars
Box/Folder   47/1
Story Outline: False faces (Crime doctor), by Sy Bartlett and Charles Belden, 31 January 1935
Physical Description: 18pp. 
Box/Folder   47/2
Screenplay: The crime doctor, by Bartlett and Belden, undated
Physical Description: 117pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   47/3
Screenplay: The crime doctor, by Bartlett and Belden, undated
Physical Description: 141pp. 
Box/Folder   47/4
Temporary: by Robert E Kent, 2 December 1941
Physical Description: 106pp. 
Box/Folder   47/5
Final: by Kent, 10 December 1941 with revisions to 8 January 1942
Physical Description: circa 120pp. 
Bullets for O'Hara
Box/Folder   47/6
Temporary: (“From the screenplay `Public enemy's wife' by Abem Finkel and Harold Buckley”) by Raymond L Schrock, 11 April 1941
Physical Description: 42pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   47/7
Final: by Schrock, 22 April with revisions to 26 April 1941
Physical Description: circa 105pp. 
Box/Folder   47/8
Rev Final: by Schrock, 1 May with revisions to 7 May 1941
Physical Description: circa 105pp. 
Bullets or Ballots
Box/Folder   47/9
Treatment: All the evidence, by Martin Mooney, 14 November 1935
Physical Description: 67pp. 
Box/Folder   47/10
Story Outline: and the home of the racket, no author shown, 23 November 1935
Physical Description: 25pp. 
Box/Folder   47/11
Screenplay: All the evidence, by Mooney, 14 December 1935
Physical Description: 109pp. 
Box/Folder   47/12
Story Outline: All the evidence, by Seton I Miller, 4 January 1936
Physical Description: 28pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   47/13
Story Outline: All the evidence, by Miller, 10 January 1936
Physical Description: 27pp. 
Box/Folder   48/1
Temporary: Bullets and ballots, by Miller, 5 February 1936
Physical Description: 175pp. 
Box/Folder   48/2
Final: Bullets and ballots, by Miller, 5 February with revisions to 28 March 1936
Physical Description: circa 160pp. 
Bureau of Missing Persons
Box/Folder   48/3
Treatment: Missing persons bureau story, by Robert R Presnell and Carl Erickson, 4 March 1933
Physical Description: 109pp. 
Box/Folder   48/4
Treatment: Missing persons bureau story, by Presnell, 30 March 1933
Physical Description: 89pp. 
Box/Folder   48/5
Temporary: by Presnell, 6 May 1933
Physical Description: 116pp. 
Box/Folder   48/6
Rev Temp: by Presnell, 12 June 1933
Physical Description: 127pp. 
Box/Folder   48/7
Final: by Presnell, 15 June 1933
Physical Description: 121pp. 
Busses Roar
Box/Folder   48/8
Temporary: by George R Bilson and Anthony Coldewey, 23 April to 29 April 1942
Physical Description: circa 110pp. 
Box/Folder   48/9
Final: by Bilson and Coldewey, 2 May with revisions to 5 May 1942
Physical Description: circa 110pp. 
Cabin in the Cotton
Box/Folder   49/1
Novel: by Harry Harrison Kroll, New York, 1931
Physical Description: 289pp. 
Box/Folder   49/2
Treatment: no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 26pp. 
Box/Folder   49/3
Treatment: by Paul Green, 24 March 1932
Physical Description: 39pp. 
Box/Folder   49/4
Screenplay: by Green, 30 March 1932
Physical Description: 16pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   49/5
Screenplay: by Green, 16 April 1932
Physical Description: 115pp. 
Box/Folder   49/6
Final: by Green, 22 April with revisions to 10 May 1932
Physical Description: circa 170pp. 
Cain and Mabel
Box/Folder   49/7
Short Story: by H.C. Witwer. Cosmopolitan, June 1922
Physical Description: 31pp. 
Box/Folder   49/8
Treatment: by Earl Baldwin, 25 November 1935
Physical Description: 28pp. 
Box/Folder   49/9
Temporary: by Baldwin, 6 February 1936
Physical Description: 100pp. 
Box/Folder   49/10
Rev Temp: by Baldwin, 7 March 1936
Physical Description: 175pp. 
Box/Folder   49/11
Rev Temp 2: by Laird Doyle, 28 March 1936
Physical Description: 144pp. 
Box/Folder   50/1
Final: by Doyle, April with revisions to 29 June 1936
Physical Description: circa 150pp. 
California Mail
Box/Folder   50/2
Final: The pony express rider, by Roy Chanslor and Harold Buckley, 10 June with revisions to 18 June 1936
Physical Description: circa 130pp. 
Call It a Day
Box/Folder   50/3
Play: by C.L. Anthony, undated
Physical Description: 235pp. 
Box/Folder   50/4
Temporary: by Sheridan Gibney (“Stage play by Dodie Smith”), 9 October 1936
Physical Description: 171pp. 
Box/Folder   50/5
Rev Temp: by Gibney, 31 October 1936
Physical Description: 171pp. 
Box/Folder   50/6
Final: by Casey Robinson, 11 November with revisions to 2 December 1936
Physical Description: circa 210pp. 
Calling All Husbands
Box/Folder   51/1
Temporary: Good men don't marry, by Robert E. Kent, 9 July 1940
Physical Description: 113pp. 
Box/Folder   51/2
Final: Good men don't marry, by Kent, 13 July with revisions to 19 July 1940
Physical Description: 108pp. 
Calling Philo Vance
Box/Folder   51/3
Final: Philo Vance comes back, by Tom Reed (“Story by S.S. Van Dine”), 20 July with revisions to 24 July 1939
Physical Description: circa 105pp. 
Box/Folder   51/4
Rev Final: Philo Vance comes back, by Reed, 26 July with revisions to 8 August 1939
Physical Description: circa 110pp. 
Captain Blood
Box/Folder   51/5
Novel: by Rafael Sabatini. Boston, 1922
Physical Description: 356pp. 
Box/Folder   51/6
Story Outline: by Casey Robinson, 1 December 1934
Physical Description: 35pp. 
Box/Folder   51/7
Temporary: by Robinson, 13 February 1935
Physical Description: 142pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   52/1
Rev Temp: by Robinson, 22 March 1935
Physical Description: 166pp. 
Box/Folder   52/2
Final: by Robinson, 29 March 1935
Physical Description: circa 175pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   52/3
Rev Final: by Robinson, 24 July with revisions to 4 October 1935
Physical Description: circa 200pp. 
Captain Thunder
Box/Folder   52/4
Short Story: Married in Mexico, by Hal Davitt and Pierre Couderc, undated
Physical Description: 24pp. 
Box/Folder   52/5
Treatment: The gay caballero, by Gordon Rigby, 7 March 1930
Physical Description: 19pp. 
Box/Folder   52/6
Final: The gay caballero, by Rigby (“Dialogue by William K Wells and George Rosener”), undated
Physical Description: 104pp. 
The Captain's Kid
Box/Folder   52/7
Short Story: Way for a pirate, by Earl Felton, 6 February 1936
Physical Description: 47pp. 
Box/Folder   52/8
Screenplay: Way for a pirate, by Roy Chanslor, 29 March 1936
Physical Description: 120pp. 
Box/Folder   52/9
Screenplay: Way for a pirate, by Tom Reed, undated
Physical Description: 102pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   53/1
Temporary: Way for a pirate, no author shown, 9 May 1936
Physical Description: 114pp. 
Box/Folder   53/2
Final: Way for a pirate, by Reed, 16 May 1936
Physical Description: 122pp. 
Box/Folder   53/3
Rev Final: Way for a pirate, by Reed, 19 May with revisions to 8 June 1936; additional scenes, 16 July 1936
Physical Description: circa 115pp., 9pp. 
Captains of the Clouds
Box/Folder   53/4
Short Story: Bush pilot, by Roland Gillett, 17 October 1940
Physical Description: 12pp. 
Box/Folder   53/5
Short Story: Bush pilots, by Arthur T Horman, undated
Physical Description: 28pp. 
Box/Folder   53/6
Plot Summary: Bush pilots, by L Cruikshank, 25 November 1940
Physical Description: 1p. 
Box/Folder   53/7
Treatment: Bush pilots, by Norman Reilly Raine, 28 February 1941
Physical Description: 38pp. 
Box/Folder   53/8
Treatment: Bush pilot, by Raine, 11 March 1941
Physical Description: 43pp. 
Box/Folder   53/9
Temporary: The shadow of their wings, no author shown, 9 May to 31 May 1941
Physical Description: 187pp. 
Box/Folder   53/10
Rev Temp: The shadow of their wings, by Richard Macauley, Raine, and Horman, 12 June 1941
Physical Description: 76pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   53/11
Rev Temp 2: by Macauley, Horman, and Raine, 25 June 1941
Physical Description: 141pp. 
Box/Folder   53/12
Final: by Horman, Macauley, and Raine, 9 July with revisions to 3 October 1941
Physical Description: circa 135pp. 
Box/Folder   53/13
Reader Synopsis: by Karnot, 21 July 1941
Physical Description: 1p. 
Captured
Box/Folder   54/1
Short Story: Fellow prisoners, by Phillip Gibbs. Liberty, 13 September 1930
Physical Description: 9pp. 
Box/Folder   54/2
Story Outline: Fellow prisoners, by Edward Chodorov, 20 January 1933
Physical Description: 9pp. 
Box/Folder   54/3
Treatment: Fellow prisoners, by John Monk Saunders, undated
Physical Description: 26pp. 
Box/Folder   54/4
Treatment: Fellow prisoners, by James Ashmore Creelman, undated
Physical Description: 83pp. 
Box/Folder   54/5
Temporary: Fellow prisoners, by Chodorov, 25 February 1933
Physical Description: 141pp. 
Box/Folder   54/6
Final: no author shown, undated; revised pages to 16 March 1933
Physical Description: 120pp., 40pp. 
Casablanca
Box/Folder   54/7
Rev Final: no author shown, 1 June 1942
Physical Description: 158pp. 
The Case of the Black Cat
Box/Folder   54/8
Novel: The case of the caretaker's cat, by Erle Stanley Gardner. New York, 1935
Physical Description: 309pp. 
Box/Folder   54/9
Temporary: The case of the caretaker's cat, no author shown, 8 June 1936
Physical Description: 122pp. 
Box/Folder   54/10
Final: The case of the caretaker's cat, no author shown, 23 June 1936
Physical Description: 122pp. 
The Case of the Black Parrot
Box/Folder   55/1
Play: in the next room, by Eleanor Robson and Harriet Ford. New York, 1923
Physical Description: 65pp. 
Box/Folder   55/2
Temporary: by Robert E Kent, 16 October 1940
Physical Description: 107pp. 
Box/Folder   55/3
Final: by Kent, 19 October with revisions to 23 October 1940
Physical Description: circa 100pp. 
The Case of the Curious Bride
Box/Folder   55/4
Novel: by Erle Stanley Gardner, 8 May 1934
Physical Description: 298pp. 
Box/Folder   55/5
Treatment: no author shown, 4 August 1934
Physical Description: 90pp. 
Box/Folder   55/6
Temporary: by Tom Reed, 17 August 1934; comment, “Notation: insert at page 13A,” by Harry Joe Brown, undated
Physical Description: 116pp.; 1p. 
Box/Folder   55/7
Rev Temp: no author shown, 28 August 1934
Physical Description: 133pp. 
Box/Folder   55/8
Final: no author shown, 24 January with revisions to 12 February 1935
Physical Description: circa 155pp. 
Note: Annotated.
The Case of the Howling Dog
Box/Folder   56/1
Novel: by Erle Stanley Gardner, undated
Physical Description: 289pp. 
Box/Folder   56/2
Treatment: by Ben Markson, 21 April 1934
Physical Description: 28pp. 
Box/Folder   56/3
Final: by Markson, 26 May with revisions to 6 June 1934
Physical Description: circa 130pp. 
The Case of the Lucky Legs
Box/Folder   56/4
Novel: by Erle Stanley Gardner. New York, 1934
Physical Description: 282pp. 
Box/Folder   56/5
Temporary: no author shown, 21 March 1935
Physical Description: 127pp. 
Box/Folder   56/6
Rev Temp: no author shown, 31 May 1935
Physical Description: 123pp. 
Box/Folder   57/1
Final: no author shown, 1 July with revisions to 9 July 1935
Physical Description: circa 150pp. 
Box/Folder   57/2
Rev Final: no author shown, 16 July 1935
Physical Description: circa 135pp. 
The Case of the Stuttering Bishop
Box/Folder   57/3
Novel: by Erle Stanley Gardner. New York, 1936
Physical Description: 276pp. 
Box/Folder   57/4
Temporary: by Kenneth Gamet and Don Ryan, 24 November 1936
Physical Description: 135pp. 
Box/Folder   57/5
Final: by Gamet and Ryan, 28 November with revisions to 1 December 1936
Physical Description: circa 135pp. 
The Case of the Velvet Claws
Box/Folder   57/6
Novel: by Erle Stanley Gardner. New York, 1933
Physical Description: 310pp. 
Box/Folder   58/1
Screenplay: by Robert N Lee, 13 February 1935
Physical Description: 124pp. 
Box/Folder   58/2
Temporary: by Tom Reed, 22 February 1936
Physical Description: 113pp. 
Box/Folder   58/3
Final: by Reed, 13 March 1936
Physical Description: circa 120pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
The Castle on the Hudson
Box/Folder   58/4
Temporary: Twenty thousand years in Sing Sing, by Courtney Terrett and Robert Lord (“Story by Warden Lewis E Lawes, Wilson Mizner, and Brown Holmes”), 26 April 1939
Physical Description: 123pp. 
Box/Folder   58/5
Final: Twenty thousand years in Sing Sing, by Terrett and Lord, 18 May 1939
Physical Description: 131pp. 
Box/Folder   58/6
Rev Final: Twenty thousand years in Sing Sing, by Terrett and Lord, 20 June with revisions to 22 June 1939
Physical Description: circa 145pp. 
Ceiling Zero
Box/Folder   58/7
Play: by Frank Wead, undated
Physical Description: 111pp. 
Box/Folder   59/1
Play: (“Promptbook”) by Wead, 10 April 1935; production notes
Physical Description: 192pp., 8pp. 
Box/Folder   59/2
Temporary: by Wead, 7 September 1935
Physical Description: 141pp. 
Box/Folder   59/3
Final: no author shown, 28 September 1935
Physical Description: 170pp. 
Box/Folder   59/4
Rev Final: no author shown, 8 October 1935
Physical Description: 168pp. 
Central Airport
Box/Folder   59/5
Screenplay: Hawk's mate, by Jack Moffitt, 17 September 1932
Physical Description: 158pp. 
Box/Folder   59/6
Screenplay: Grand central airport, by Rian James and James Seymour, 29 October 1932
Physical Description: 158pp. 
Box/Folder   59/7
Screenplay: Grand central airport, by James and Seymour, 31 October 1932
Physical Description: 158pp. 
Box/Folder   60/1
Final: Grand central airport, by James and Seymour, 8 November with revisions to 15 November 1932
Physical Description: circa 145pp. 
Box/Folder   60/2
Comments: (“Assignments of shots and camera angles”) no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 17pp. 
Central Park
Box/Folder   60/3
Plot Summary: no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 4pp. 
Box/Folder   60/4
Story Outline: by Ward Morehouse, 8 April 1932
Physical Description: 17pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   60/5
Story Outline: no author shown, 18 April 1932; memo from Morehouse to Hubbard
Physical Description: 11pp., 1p. 
Box/Folder   60/6
Temporary: by Earl Baldwin and Morehouse, 18 June 1932
Physical Description: 91pp. 
Box/Folder   60/7
Screenplay: by Baldwin and Morehouse, 5 July 1932
Physical Description: 93pp. 
Box/Folder   60/8
Final: by Baldwin and Morehouse, 14 July with revisions to 10 August 1932
Physical Description: circa 95pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Chain Lightning
Box/Folder   60/9
Short Story: These many years, by J Redmond Prior, undated
Physical Description: 107pp. 
Box/Folder   60/10
Plot Summary: These many years, by Wesley Haynes, 20 February 1948
Physical Description: 2pp. 
Box/Folder   60/11
Plot Summary: These many years, by Judith Bailey, 20 February 1948
Physical Description: 27pp. 
Box/Folder   60/12
Treatment: These many years, by John Twist, 28 June 1948
Physical Description: 42pp. 
Box/Folder   60/13
Story Outline: These many years, by Jacques Le Marechal, 1 July 1948
Physical Description: 8pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   60/14
Treatment: These many years, by Liam O'Brien and Vincent Evans, 8 August to 13 October 1948
Physical Description: 148pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   60/15
Treatment: These many years, by O'Brien and Evans, 22 October 1948
Physical Description: 141pp. 
Box/Folder   60/16
Treatment: Jet, by O'Brien and Evans, undated
Physical Description: 152pp. 
Box/Folder   61/1
Screenplay: Jet, by O'Brien and Evans, undated
Physical Description: 166pp. 
Box/Folder   61/2
Screenplay: Jet, by O'Brien and Evans, 24 January to 5 February 1949
Physical Description: 140pp. 
Box/Folder   61/3
Temporary: Jet, by O'Brien and Evans, 10 February 1949
Physical Description: 130pp. 
Box/Folder   61/4
Screenplay: These many years, by O'Brien and Evans, 29 March 1949
Physical Description: 43pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   61/5
Screenplay: These many years, by O'Brien and Evans, 11 April 1949
Physical Description: 107pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   61/6
Final: by O'Brien and Evans, 11 April 1949
Physical Description: 120pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   61/7
Rev Final: by O'Brien and Evans, 30 April with revisions to 23 June 1949
Physical Description: circa 125pp. 
Box/Folder   61/8
Comments: (“Revisions on `These many years' ”) by Anthony Veiller, 7 May to 21 June 1949
Physical Description: circa 80pp. 
Box/Folder   61/9
Reader Synopsis: (“These many years [Chain lightning]”) by Elma LeCron, 19 December 1957
Physical Description: 1pp. 
Chances
Box/Folder   61/10
Novel: by Hamilton Gibbs, Boston, 1930
Physical Description: 285pp. 
Box/Folder   62/1
Temporary: by Waldemar Young, 13 January 1931
Physical Description: 96pp. 
Box/Folder   62/2
Final: by Young, 23 January 1931
Physical Description: 108pp. 
The Charge of the Light Brigade
Box/Folder   62/3
Treatment: by Abraham S Jacoby, 18 May 1935
Physical Description: 26pp. 
Box/Folder   62/4
Treatment: Into the jaws of death, by Jacoby, 11 June 1935
Physical Description: 48pp. 
Box/Folder   62/5
Screenplay: by Michel Jacoby and Rowland Leigh, 19 July 1935
Physical Description: 204pp. 
Box/Folder   62/6
Temporary: by M Jacoby and Leigh, 27 August 1935
Physical Description: 162pp. 
Box/Folder   62/7
Comments: (“Analysis of script”) by Captain John Rochford, 4 December 1935
Physical Description: 55pp. 
Box/Folder   62/8
Screenplay: no author shown, 21 January 1936
Physical Description: 169pp. 
Box/Folder   62/9
Rev Temp: by M. Jacoby and Leigh, 30 January with revisions to 19 February 1936
Physical Description: circa 165pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   62/10
Final: by M Jacoby and Leigh, 25 March with revisions to 27 March 1936
Physical Description: circa 145pp. 
Cherokee Strip
Box/Folder   63/1
Short Story: Cherokee strip stampeders, by Ed Earl Repp. New Western, Oct-Nov, 1936
Physical Description: 27pp. 
Box/Folder   63/2
Treatment: by Joseph K Watson and Luci Ward, 26 October 1936
Physical Description: 59pp. 
Box/Folder   63/3
Final: by Watson and Ward, 9 November with revisions to 10 November 1936
Physical Description: circa 140pp. 
Box/Folder   63/4
Rev Final: by Watson and Ward, 17 November with revisions to 8 December 1936
Physical Description: circa 115pp. 
Cheyenne
Box/Folder   63/5
Story Outline: by Alan Le May, 17 July 1944
Physical Description: 5pp. 
Box/Folder   63/6
Novel: by Paul I Wellman, 19 December 1944
Physical Description: 184pp. 
Box/Folder   63/7
Plot Summary: by Wellman, 14 September 1944
Physical Description: 15pp. 
Box/Folder   63/8
Plot Summary: by Wellman, 18 September 1944
Physical Description: 23pp. 
Box/Folder   63/9
Plot Summary: by Wellman, 22 September 1944
Physical Description: 40pp. 
Box/Folder   63/10
Story Outline: by Thames Williamson, 4 December 1945
Physical Description: 6pp. 
Box/Folder   63/11
Screenplay: by Emmet Lavery, 1 September 1945
Physical Description: 152pp. 
Box/Folder   63/12
Temporary: by Le May, 28 November 1945
Physical Description: 87pp. 
Box/Folder   63/13
Rev Temp: by Le May and Wellman, 14 December 1945
Physical Description: 126pp. 
Box/Folder   64/1
Rev Temp 2: no author shown, 19 January 1946
Physical Description: 138pp. 
Box/Folder   64/2
Final: by Le May and Williamson, 20 February 1946
Physical Description: 150pp. 
Box/Folder   64/3
Rev Final: by Le May and Williamson, 9 March with revisions to 17 May 1946
Physical Description: circa 155pp. 
A Child Is Born
Box/Folder   64/4
Final: by Robert Rossen, 7 March with revisions to 25 March 1939
Physical Description: circa 135pp. 
China Clipper
Box/Folder   64/5
Treatment: by Frank Wead, 9 January 1936
Physical Description: 15pp. 
Box/Folder   64/6
Treatment: no author shown, 16 January 1936
Physical Description: 19pp. 
Box/Folder   64/7
Temporary: by Wead, 15 February 1936
Physical Description: 150pp. 
Box/Folder   64/8
Rev Temp: by Wead, 20 February 1936
Physical Description: 159pp. 
Box/Folder   65/1
Rev Temp 2: by Wead, 18 March 1936
Physical Description: 178pp. 
Box/Folder   65/2
Rev Temp 3: by Wead, 25 March 1936
Physical Description: 165pp. 
Box/Folder   65/3
Rev Temp 4: by Wead, 11 April 1936
Physical Description: 146pp. 
Box/Folder   65/4
Treatment: Log of the China clipper, no author shown (annotated), 21 April 1936; Dialogue for “The March of Time,” undated
Physical Description: 41pp., 2pp. 
Box/Folder   65/5
Final: by Wead, undated, with revisions to 8 June 1936
Physical Description: circa 160pp. 
Christmas in Connecticut
Box/Folder   65/6
Short Story: by Aileen Hamilton, undated
Physical Description: 85pp. 
Box/Folder   65/7
Screenplay: by Lionel Houser, 1 January to 4 February 1944
Physical Description: 134pp. 
Box/Folder   66/1
Temporary: by Houser, 21 March 1944
Physical Description: 143pp. 
Box/Folder   66/2
Final: by Houser and Adele Commandini, 11 May with revisions to 10 July 1944
Physical Description: circa 155pp. 
The Church Mouse
Box/Folder   66/3
Play: A church mouse, by Ladislaus Fodor. New York, 1932
Physical Description: 96pp. 
Cinderella Jones
Box/Folder   66/4
Short Story: Judy adjudicates, by Philip Wylie. Redbook, April 1943
Physical Description: 7pp. 
Box/Folder   66/5
Treatment: Judy adjudicates, by Lionel Wiggam, 11 June 1943
Physical Description: 25pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   66/6
Treatment: Judy adjudicates, by Charles Hoffman, 16 July 1943
Physical Description: 67pp. 
Box/Folder   66/7
Screenplay: Judy adjudicates, by Hoffman, 27 July to 31 August 1943
Physical Description: 170pp. 
Box/Folder   66/8
Temporary: Judy adjudicates, by Hoffman, 8 September with revisions to 9 September 1943
Physical Description: circa 130pp. 
Box/Folder   66/9
Final: Judy adjudicates, by Hoffman, 12 October 1943 with revisions to 1 March 1944
Physical Description: circa 140pp. 
The Circus Clown
Box/Folder   66/10
Treatment: Sawdust (Joe E Brown Circus story), by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby, 13 October 1933
Physical Description: 39pp. 
Box/Folder   66/11
Treatment: Sawdust, by Kalmar and Ruby, 10 November 1933; memo from Jim Seymour to Hal Wallis
Physical Description: 16pp., 1p. 
Box/Folder   66/12
Screenplay: Sawdust, by Kalmar and Ruby, 4 December 1933
Physical Description: 92pp. 
Box/Folder   67/1
Temporary: Sawdust, by Kalmar and Ruby with revisions by Tom Buckingham, 17 January 1934
Physical Description: 112pp. 
Box/Folder   67/2
Final: Sawdust, by Kalmar and Ruby, 1 February with revisions to 17 March 1934; revised pages and memo from Seymour to all departments
Physical Description: circa 100pp., 55pp. 
City for Conquest
Box/Folder   67/3
Novel: by Aben Kandel. New York, 1936
Physical Description: 467pp. 
Box/Folder   67/4
Plot Summary: by J P Cannon, 11 January 1936
Physical Description: 21pp. 
Box/Folder   67/5
Treatment: by Edward Chodorov, 7 December 1936
Physical Description: 60pp. 
Box/Folder   67/6
Treatment: by John Wexley, 3 October 1939
Physical Description: 52pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   67/7
Treatment: by Wexley (annotated), 26 October 1939; memo from Wexley to Hal Wallis
Physical Description: 21pp., 1p. 
Box/Folder   67/8
Treatment: (“Line by line outline of continuity”) by Wexley, 20 November 1939; memo from Wexley to Wallis
Physical Description: 12pp., 1p. 
Box/Folder   67/9
Temporary: by Wexley, 12 March 1940
Physical Description: 177pp. 
Box/Folder   68/1
Screenplay: by Wexley, 8 May 1940
Physical Description: 152pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   68/2
Screenplay: by Wexley, undated
Physical Description: 224pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   68/3
Final: by Wexley, 15 May with revisions to 18 July 1940
Physical Description: circa 160pp. 
Box/Folder   68/4
Reader Synopsis: by Rocklin, 10 June 1946
Physical Description: 1p. 
Code of the Secret Service
Box/Folder   68/5
Temporary: Smashing the money ring, by Lee Katz and Dean Franklin, 9 November 1938
Physical Description: 110pp. 
Box/Folder   68/6
Final: Smashing the money ring, by Katz and Franklin, 23 November 1938 with revisions to 13 February 1939
Physical Description: circa 140pp. 
Colleen
Box/Folder   68/7
Treatment: Irene, by Robert Lord, 6 April 1935
Physical Description: 26pp. 
Box/Folder   68/8
Treatment: by Peter Milne, 27 April 1935
Physical Description: 83pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   68/9
Screenplay: by Milne, 6 June 1935
Physical Description: circa 135pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   68/10
Screenplay: by Milne, 1 July 1935
Physical Description: 138pp. 
Box/Folder   69/1
Temporary: by Milne and F Hugh Herbert, 9 July 1935
Physical Description: 143pp. 
Box/Folder   69/2
Rev Temp: by Milne and Herbert, 1 October 1935
Physical Description: 140pp. 
Box/Folder   69/3
Final: by Milne and Herbert, 5 October 1935
Physical Description: 141pp. 
Box/Folder   69/4
Rev Final: by Milne and Herbert, 14 October to 21 October with revisions to 31 December 1935
Physical Description: circa 140pp. 
College Coach
Box/Folder   69/5
Treatment: by Manuel Seff and Niven Busch, 18 July 1933
Physical Description: 39pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   69/6
Temporary: by Seff and Busch, 17 August 1933
Physical Description: 149pp. 
Box/Folder   69/7
Final: by Seff and Busch, 21 August to 7 September 1933
Physical Description: 142pp. 
Colorado Territory
Box/Folder   70/1
Treatment: Dark canyon, by Edmund H North, 1 March to 23 March 1948
Physical Description: 54pp. 
Box/Folder   70/2
Screenplay: Dark canyon, by North, 24 March 1948
Physical Description: 121pp. 
Box/Folder   70/3
Screenplay: Dark canyon, by North, 14 May 1948
Physical Description: 136pp. 
Box/Folder   70/4
Temporary: Dark canyon, by North, 1 June 1948
Physical Description: 124pp. 
Box/Folder   70/5
Treatment: The Colorado story, by John Twist, 17 July to 27 July 1948
Physical Description: 37pp. 
Box/Folder   70/6
Final: Colorado bound, by Twist, 26 August to 14 September with revisions to 3 September 1948
Physical Description: circa 110pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   70/7
Rev Final: by Twist, 15 September with revisions to 19 October 1948
Physical Description: circa 115pp. 
Comet Over Broadway
Box/Folder   70/8
Short Story: by Faith Baldwin. Cosmopolitan, March 1937
Physical Description: 15pp. 
Box/Folder   70/9
Story Outline: no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 10pp. 
Box/Folder   70/10
Treatment: by Fritz Falkenstein and N Brewster Morse, undated
Physical Description: 35pp. 
Box/Folder   70/11
Treatment: by Falkenstein and Morse, undated
Physical Description: 44pp. 
Box/Folder   70/12
Screenplay: by Falkenstein and Morse, undated
Physical Description: 122pp. 
Box/Folder   70/13
Treatment: by Mark Hellinger, 7 December 1937; memo from J L Warner to Hal Wallis
Physical Description: 12pp.; 1p.? 
Box/Folder   70/14
Treatment: by Hellinger, undated
Physical Description: 150pp. 
Box/Folder   71/1
Temporary: by Hellinger, 31 January to 4 March 1938
Physical Description: 153pp. 
Box/Folder   71/2
Final: no author shown, 29 March 1938
Physical Description: 145pp. 
Box/Folder   71/3
Rev Temp: Curtain call, no author shown, 25 June 1938
Physical Description: 82pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   71/4
Final: Curtain call, no author shown, 9 July 1938
Physical Description: 126pp. 
Box/Folder   71/5
Rev Final: Curtain call, no author shown, 13 July with revisions to 27 July 1938
Physical Description: circa 115pp. 
Confession
Box/Folder   71/6
Temporary: Mazurka, by Margaret LeVino, 10 November 1936
Physical Description: 216pp. 
Box/Folder   72/1
Rev Temp: Mazurka, by Julius Epstein, 16 January 1937
Physical Description: 189pp. 
Box/Folder   72/2
Final: Mazurka, by Epstein, 9 February with revisions to 9 March 1937
Physical Description: circa 170pp. 
Confessions of A Nazi Spy
Box/Folder   72/3
Novel: Nazi spies in America, by Leon G Turrou. New York, 1938
Physical Description: 299pp. 
Box/Folder   72/4
Screenplay: Storm over America, no author shown, 7 December 1938
Physical Description: circa 200pp. 
Box/Folder   72/5
Screenplay: Spy story, no author shown, undated
Physical Description: circa 165pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   72/6
Comments: (“Spy story notes”) no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 23pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   73/1
Temporary: Storm over America, no author shown, 24 December 1938
Physical Description: 172pp. 
Box/Folder   73/2
Rev Temp: Storm over America, no author shown, 12 January 1939
Physical Description: 193pp. 
Box/Folder   73/3
Final: by Milton Krims and John Wexley, 27 January with revisions to 7 March 1939
Physical Description: circa 155pp. 
The Confidential Agent
Box/Folder   73/4
Novel: The confidential agent: An entertainment, by Graham Greene. New York, 1939
Physical Description: 301pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   73/5
Screenplay: by Robert Buckner, 5 February 1945
Physical Description: 72pp. 
Box/Folder   73/6
Temporary: by Buckner, 12 March 1945
Physical Description: 165pp. 
Box/Folder   73/7
Rev Temp: by Buckner, 14 April to 30 April 1945
Physical Description: 158pp. 
Box/Folder   74/1
Final: by Buckner, 26 May with revisions to 17 August 1945
Physical Description: circa 155pp. 
Conflict
Box/Folder   74/2
Short Story: The pentacle, by Robert Siodmak and Alfred Neumann, undated
Physical Description: 49pp. 
Box/Folder   74/3
Plot Summary: The pentacle, by Wilfrid Pettitt, 23 July 1942
Physical Description: 2pp. 
Box/Folder   74/4
Screenplay: The pentacle, by Arthur T Horman, 12 February 1943
Physical Description: 138pp. 
Box/Folder   74/5
Temporary: The pentacle, by Horman, 3 April 1943
Physical Description: 145pp. 
Box/Folder   74/6
Rev Final: by Horman with additional dialogue by Vincent Lawrence, 13 May 1943
Physical Description: 138pp. 
The Conspirators
Box/Folder   74/7
Novel: by Frederic Prokosch. New York, 1943
Physical Description: 338pp. 
Box/Folder   74/8
Story Outline: (“Sketch of action”) by Frederick Faust, 9 April 1943
Physical Description: 11pp. 
Box/Folder   74/9
Treatment: by Faust, 15 April 1943
Physical Description: 33pp. 
Box/Folder   74/10
Screenplay: by Faust, 29 May 1943
Physical Description: 124pp. 
Box/Folder   75/1
Treatment: by Elliot Paul, 1 June 1943
Physical Description: 151pp. 
Box/Folder   75/2
Temporary: by Faust, 7 June 1943
Physical Description: 137pp. 
Box/Folder   75/3
Screenplay: by Frank Gruber, 11 September to 18 October 1943
Physical Description: circa 120pp. 
Box/Folder   75/4
Screenplay: by Vladimir Pozner, 18 October to 1 November 1943
Physical Description: 168pp. 
Box/Folder   75/5
Rev Temp: by Pozner, 16 November 1943
Physical Description: 158pp. 
Box/Folder   75/6
Final: no author shown, 29 November 1943
Physical Description: 164pp. 
Box/Folder   75/7
Screenplay: by Jack Moffitt, 12 February to 18 March 1944
Physical Description: circa 165pp. 
Box/Folder   76/1
Rev Final: no author shown, 22 February with revisions to 2 June 1944
Physical Description: circa 160pp. 
Box/Folder   76/2
Comments: (“Suggestions”) by Moffitt, 10 April 1944; memo from Moffitt to Chertok
Physical Description: 6pp.; 1p. 
Box/Folder   76/3
Comments: (“Comments and changes on `The conspirators' [`Give me this woman'])” by Leo Rosten, 11 April 1944; memo from Chertok to J L Warner
Physical Description: 16pp.; 1p. 
The Constant Nymph
Box/Folder   76/4
Play: by Margaret Kennedy and Basil Dean, 16 January 1940
Physical Description: 154pp. 
Box/Folder   76/5
Screenplay: by Kay Van Riper, undated
Physical Description: 102pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   76/6
Temporary: no author shown, 29 May 1940
Physical Description: 196pp. 
Box/Folder   76/7
Final: no author shown, 10 June with revisions to 20 June 1940; alternate ending
Physical Description: circa 165pp.; 2pp. 
Box/Folder   76/8
Rev Final: by E Goulding, 6 May with revisions to 5 July 1941
Physical Description: circa 170pp. 
Box/Folder   77/1
Rev Final 2: no author shown, 27 August with revisions to 17 September 1941
Physical Description: circa 145pp. 
Box/Folder   77/2
Rev Final 3: no author shown, 28 January with revisions to 10 April 1942
Physical Description: 160pp. 
Convention City
Box/Folder   77/3
Treatment: by Peter Milne (under pseudonym Will Turner), 22 February 1933
Physical Description: 52pp. 
Box/Folder   77/4
Screenplay: by Robert Lord, undated
Physical Description: 139pp. 
Box/Folder   77/5
Temporary: by Lord, 1 June 1933
Physical Description: 154pp. 
Box/Folder   77/6
Comments: (“Notes on `Convention city' ”) no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 16pp. 
The Corn Is Green
Box/Folder   77/7
Play: by Emlyn Williams, New York, 1938
Physical Description: 184pp. 
Box/Folder   77/8
Screenplay: by Casey Robinson, 6 June to 10 August 1943
Physical Description: 201pp. 
Box/Folder   78/1
Temporary: by Robinson, 5 November 1943
Physical Description: 179pp. 
Box/Folder   78/2
Final: by Robinson, 1 December 1943 with revisions to 10 March 1944
Physical Description: circa 180pp. 
Box/Folder   78/3
Rev Final: by Robinson and Frank Cavett, 9 May with revisions to 26 June 1944
Physical Description: circa 165pp. 
Cowboy From Brooklyn
Box/Folder   78/4
Play: Howdy stranger, by Robert Sloane and Louis Pelletier, Jr. New York,1937
Physical Description: 112pp. 
Box/Folder   78/5
Temporary: Howdy stranger, by Earl Baldwin, 29 November 1937
Physical Description: 149pp. 
Box/Folder   78/6
Final: Howdy stranger, no author shown, 21 December 1937 with revisions to 12 March 1938; alternate ending
Physical Description: circa 125pp.; 5pp. 
Cowboy Quarterback
Box/Folder   78/7
Temporary: Lighthorse Harry, no author shown, 11 March 1939
Physical Description: 122pp. 
Box/Folder   79/1
Final: Lighthorse Harry, by Fred Niblo, Jr, 22 March to 25 March 1939
Physical Description: 105pp. 
Box/Folder   79/2
Rev Final: Lighthorse Harry, by Niblo, 31 March to 17 April 1939
Physical Description: circa 110pp. 
The Crash
Box/Folder   79/3
Novel: Children of pleasure, by Larry Barretto, New York, 1932
Physical Description: 311pp. 
Box/Folder   79/4
Temporary: Children of pleasure, by Courtenay Terrett, 20 April 1932
Physical Description: circa 120pp. 
Box/Folder   79/5
Final: Children of pleasure, by Barretto and Earl Baldwin, 26 April with revisions to 4 May 1932
Physical Description: circa 115pp. 
Crime By Night
Box/Folder   79/6
Novel: Forty whacks, by Geoffry Homes. New York, 1941
Physical Description: 246pp. 
Box/Folder   79/7
Treatment: Forty whacks, by Jack Moffitt, 1 January 1942
Physical Description: 15pp. 
Box/Folder   80/1
Temporary: Forty whacks, by Dale Van Every, 26 January 1942
Physical Description: 138pp. 
Box/Folder   80/2
Treatment: Forty whacks, by Fred Niblo, Jr and Hector Chevigny, 23 April 1942
Physical Description: 46pp. 
Box/Folder   80/3
Treatment: Forty whacks, by Robert Kent, 14 May 1942
Physical Description: 66pp. 
Box/Folder   80/4
Screenplay: Forty whacks, by Kent, undated
Physical Description: 107pp. 
Box/Folder   80/5
Story Outline: Forty whacks, by Joel Malone and Rich Hall, undated
Physical Description: 2pp. 
Box/Folder   80/6
Treatment: Forty whacks, by Malone and Hall, July 1942
Physical Description: 67pp. 
Box/Folder   80/7
Screenplay: Forty whacks, by Malone, 23 July to 21 August 1942
Physical Description: 139pp. 
Box/Folder   80/8
Screenplay: Forty whacks, no author shown, 15 August 1942
Physical Description: 151pp. 
Box/Folder   80/9
Screenplay: Forty whacks, by Malone, 31 August 1942
Physical Description: 118pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   80/10
Rev Temp: Forty whacks, by Richard Weil and Malone, 26 September 1942
Physical Description: 115pp. 
Box/Folder   81/1
Final: Forty whacks, by Weil and Malone, 1 October with revisions to 8 October 1942
Physical Description: circa 115pp. 
Crime School
Box/Folder   81/2
Final: by Crane Wilbur, 24 January 1938
Physical Description: 84pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   81/3
Rev Final: by Wilbur, 27 January with revisions to 11 March 1938
Physical Description: circa 125pp. 
The Crooner
Box/Folder   81/4
Novel: Crooner, by Rian James. New York, 1932
Physical Description: 288pp. 
Box/Folder   81/5
Treatment: by Charles Kenyon, undated
Physical Description: 32pp. 
Box/Folder   81/6
Screenplay: by Kenyon, 8 April 1932
Physical Description: 118pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   81/7
Temporary: by Kenyon, 9 April 1932
Physical Description: 44pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   81/8
Final: by Kenyon, 13 April with revisions to 30 April 1932; memo
Physical Description: circa 115pp.; 1p. 
The Crowd Roars
Box/Folder   82/1
Novel: The roar of the crowd, by James Corbett. New York, 1925
Physical Description: 329pp. 
Box/Folder   82/2
Final: The roar of the crowd, no author shown, 6 December to 19 December 1931
Physical Description: 109pp. 
Box/Folder   82/3
Final: The roar of the crowd, no author shown, 6 December 1931
Physical Description: 109pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Cry Wolf
Box/Folder   82/4
Novel: by Marjorie Carleton, New York, 1945
Physical Description: 217pp. 
Box/Folder   82/5
Plot Summary: by David Kuntz, 3 January to 31 March 1945
Physical Description: 15pp. 
Box/Folder   82/6
Novel: by Carleton. Condensation in Liberty, 2 June 1945
Physical Description: 15pp. 
Box/Folder   82/7
Treatment: by Catherine Turney, 26 May 1945
Physical Description: 25pp. 
Box/Folder   82/8
Screenplay: by Turney, 9 June to 21 July 1945
Physical Description: 169pp. 
Box/Folder   82/9
Screenplay: by Turney, 28 July to 11 August 1945
Physical Description: circa 145pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   83/1
Temporary: by Turney, 24 August 1945
Physical Description: 172pp. 
Box/Folder   83/2
Screenplay: by Turney, 9 March 1946
Physical Description: 31pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   83/3
Screenplay: by Turney, 15 March 1946
Physical Description: 71pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   83/4
Screenplay: by Turney, 16 March to 13 April 1946
Physical Description: 116pp. 
Box/Folder   83/5
Final: by Turney, 16 March with revisions to 30 September 1946
Physical Description: circa 120pp. 
Box/Folder   83/6
Reader Synopsis: by P Mathias, 12 May 1948
Physical Description: 1p. 
Dames
Box/Folder   83/7
Treatment: by Robert Lord, 16 September 1933
Physical Description: 43pp. 
Box/Folder   83/8
Screenplay: Stage struck, by Tom Buckingham, 11 October 1933
Physical Description: 114pp. 
Box/Folder   83/9
Treatment: by Earl Baldwin, 28 December 1933
Physical Description: 20pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   83/10
Screenplay: by Baldwin, undated
Physical Description: 151pp. 
Box/Folder   83/11
Screenplay: by Baldwin, 14 February 1934
Physical Description: 114pp. 
Box/Folder   83/12
Screenplay: by Manuel Seff, 22 February 1934
Physical Description: 55pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   83/13
Screenplay: by Delmer Daves, 23 February 1934
Physical Description: 32pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   83/14
Treatment: by Lord and Daves, 26 February 1934
Physical Description: 29pp. 
Box/Folder   83/15
Treatment: no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 21pp. 
Box/Folder   84/1
Temporary: by Daves, 2 March 1934
Physical Description: 106pp. 
Note: Annotated and Incomplete.
Box/Folder   84/2
Final: by Daves, 16 March with revisions to 27 March 1934
Physical Description: 126pp. 
Dance Charlie Dance
Box/Folder   84/3
Temporary: by Crane Wilbur, 29 December 1936
Physical Description: 105pp. 
Box/Folder   84/4
Final: by Wilbur, 4 January with revisions to 22 January 1937
Physical Description: circa 160pp. 
Dancing Sweeties
Box/Folder   84/5
Treatment: Three flights up, by Harry Fried, undated
Physical Description: 52pp. 
Box/Folder   84/6
Final: Those who dance, by Gordon Rigby and Joseph A Jackson, 30 January 1930
Physical Description: 101pp. 
Danger Signal
Box/Folder   84/7
Novel: by Phyllis Bottome. Boston, 1939
Physical Description: 312pp. 
Box/Folder   85/1
Treatment: by John Wexley, 20 May 1940
Physical Description: 58pp. 
Box/Folder   85/2
Treatment: (“Scene-by-scene outline of continuity”) by Wexley, 12 June 1940
Physical Description: 15pp. 
Box/Folder   85/3
Screenplay: by Wexley, undated
Physical Description: 175pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   85/4
Screenplay: by Wexley, 9 August 1940
Physical Description: 150pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   85/5
Comments: (“Ideas for a revise on the screenplay of `Danger signal' ”) by Robert Hunt, 17 September 1940
Physical Description: 9pp. 
Box/Folder   85/6
Treatment: by Hunt, 27 September 1940
Physical Description: 34pp. 
Box/Folder   85/7
Temporary: by Howard Koch, Anne Froelick, and Heinz Herald, 30 November with revisions to 11 December 1940
Physical Description: 56pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   85/8
Rev Temp: by Koch, Froelick, and Herald, 10 January 1941
Physical Description: 114pp. 
Box/Folder   85/9
Screenplay: by Vera Caspary, 4 May 1943
Physical Description: 61pp. 
Note: Annotated and Incomplete.
Box/Folder   85/10
Screenplay: by Caspary, 7 May 1943
Physical Description: 120pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   85/11
Story Outline: by Thomas Job, 15 May 1943
Physical Description: 12pp. 
Box/Folder   85/12
Screenplay: by Job and Jo Pagano, 5 June 1943
Physical Description: 98pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   86/1
Rev Temp 2: by Job and Pagano, 23 August 1943
Physical Description: 138pp. 
Box/Folder   86/2
Screenplay: by Arthur Horman, 18 October 1943
Physical Description: 130pp. 
Box/Folder   86/3
Screenplay: by Adele Commandini, 24 June with revisions to 5 August 1944
Physical Description: circa 160pp. 
Box/Folder   86/4
Final: by Commandini, 28 December 1944 with revisions to 3 January 1945
Physical Description: 149pp. 
Box/Folder   86/5
Rev Final: by Commandini and Graham Baker, 1 February with revisions to 3 March 1945
Physical Description: 144pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   86/6
Rev Final 2: by Commandini and Baker (“additional dialogue by Alvah Bessie”), 30 March with revisions to 7 May 1945
Physical Description: 140pp. 
Dangerous
Box/Folder   86/7
Temporary: Hard luck dame, by Laird Doyle, 30 June 1935
Physical Description: 146pp. 
Box/Folder   86/8
Final: Hard luck dame, by Doyle, 9 August with revisions to 26 August 1935
Physical Description: circa 130pp. 
Dangerous Female see the Maltese Falcon (1931)
Dangerously They Live
Box/Folder   87/1
Short Story: Remember tomorrow, by Marion Parsonnet, undated
Physical Description: 82pp. 
Box/Folder   87/2
Screenplay: Remember tomorrow, by Parsonnet, undated
Physical Description: 169pp. 
Box/Folder   87/3
Temporary: Remember tomorrow, by Parsonnet, 11 July 1941
Physical Description: 112pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   87/4
Rev Temp: Remember tomorrow, by Parsonnet, 31 July 1941
Physical Description: 124pp. 
Box/Folder   87/5
Final: Remember tomorrow, by Parsonnet, 16 August with revisions to 27 August 1941
Physical Description: circa 115pp. 
Box/Folder   87/6
Rev Final: Remember tomorrow, by Parsonnet, 29 August with revisions to 19 September 1941
Physical Description: circa 115pp. 
Daredevil Drivers
Box/Folder   87/7
Screenplay: Truck war, by Charles R Condon, undated
Physical Description: 153pp. 
Box/Folder   87/8
Temporary: Highway pirates, by Sherman L Lowe, 15 September 1937
Physical Description: 78pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   87/9
Final: Highway pirates, by Lowe, 21 September with revisions to 30 September 1937
Physical Description: circa 125pp. 
Dark Hazard
Box/Folder   88/1
Novel: by W R Burnett. New York, 1933
Physical Description: 295pp. 
Box/Folder   88/2
Temporary: by Ralph Block and Brown Holmes, 7 August 1933
Physical Description: 131pp. 
Box/Folder   88/3
Final: by Block and Holmes, 26 August with revisions to 21 December 1933; alternate ending
Physical Description: circa 150pp.; 4pp 
Dark Horse
Box/Folder   88/4
Story Outline: by Darryl Zanuck, 7 January 1932
Physical Description: 23pp. 
Box/Folder   88/5
Treatment: by Joseph Jackson, 29 January 1932
Physical Description: 45pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   88/6
Temporary: by Jackson, 22 February 1932
Physical Description: 106pp. 
Box/Folder   88/7
Final: by Jackson, 9 March to 18 March 1932
Physical Description: 117pp. 
Dark Passage
Box/Folder   88/8
Novel: by David Goodis. New York, 1946
Physical Description: 248pp. 
Box/Folder   89/1
Novel: by Goodis. Serialized in Saturday Evening Post, 20 July to 7 September 1946
Physical Description: 59pp. 
Box/Folder   89/2
Screenplay: by Delmer Daves, 12 April 1946; memo from Wald to Warner
Physical Description: 131pp.; 1p. 
Box/Folder   89/3
Temporary: by Daves, 24 May with revisions to 9 September 1946
Physical Description: circa 130pp. 
Box/Folder   89/4
Final: by Daves, 15 October with revisions to 29 November 1946
Physical Description: circa 150pp. 
Dark Victory
Box/Folder   89/5
Play: by George Brewer, Jr and Bertram Block, 8 January 1936
Physical Description: 104pp. 
Box/Folder   89/6
Screenplay: by Casey Robinson, 1 July 1938
Physical Description: 70pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   89/7
Treatment: by Robinson, Mr Goulding, and Mr Lewis, 20 July 1938
Physical Description: 36pp. 
Box/Folder   89/8
Screenplay: by Robinson, undated
Physical Description: 185pp. 
Box/Folder   89/9
Temporary: by Robinson, 27 September with revisions to 28 September 1938
Physical Description: 160pp. 
Daughters Courageous
Box/Folder   90/1
Temporary: Fly away home, by Julius J and Philip G Epstein, 11 January 1939
Physical Description: 148pp. 
Box/Folder   90/2
Final: American family, by the Epsteins, 27 January with revisions to 18 February 1939
Physical Description: circa 155pp. 
The Dawn Patrol (1930)
Box/Folder   90/3
Temporary: by Seton I Miller, 19 February 1930
Physical Description: 143pp. 
Box/Folder   90/4
Final: (“Revised”) by Miller and Dan Totheroh, 14 March 1930; alternate ending
Physical Description: 136pp.; 1p. 
The Dawn Patrol(1938)
Box/Folder   90/5
Short Story: The flight commander, by John Monk Saunders, undated
Physical Description: 18pp. 
Box/Folder   90/6
Plot Summary: The flight commander, by Ivan Goff, 29 August 1936; typescript of above
Physical Description: 1p.; 11pp. 
Box/Folder   90/7
Temporary: by Seton I Miller and Dan Totheroh, 11 June 1938
Physical Description: 163pp. 
Box/Folder   90/8
Final: by Miller and Totheroh, 6 July with revisions to 30 July 1938
Physical Description: 165pp. 
Box/Folder   91/1
Rev Final: by Miller and Totheroh, 4 August with revisions to 29 August 1938
Physical Description: circa 170pp. 
Deception
Box/Folder   91/2
Play: Monsieur Lamberthier, by Louis Verneuil. Translated from the French, 8 November 1927
Physical Description: 107pp. 
Box/Folder   91/3
Treatment: Jealousy, by S.K. Lauren, 1 April 1944
Physical Description: 39pp. 
Box/Folder   91/4
Screenplay: Jealousy, by Lauren, 19 August 1944
Physical Description: 165pp. 
Box/Folder   91/5
Treatment: Jealousy, by Joseph Than and John Collier, 14 July 1945
Physical Description: 16pp. 
Box/Folder   91/6
Screenplay: Her conscience, by Collier and Than, 29 September 1945; comments
Physical Description: 145pp.; 1p. 
Box/Folder   91/7
Temporary: Her conscience, by Than and Collier, 15 January 1946
Physical Description: 129pp. 
Box/Folder   91/8
Final: by Collier and Than, 28 February with revisions to 7 March 1946
Physical Description: 48pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   91/9
Rev Final: by Collier and Than, 16 March with revisions to 10 April 1946
Physical Description: circa 140pp. 
Box/Folder   91/10
Rev Final 2: by Collier and Than, 20 April with revisions to 30 August 1946
Physical Description: circa 125pp. 
The Decision of Christopher Blake
Box/Folder   92/1
Play: Christopher Blake, by Moss Hart, undated
Physical Description: 72pp. 
Box/Folder   92/2
Plot Summary: Christopher Blake, by Dorothea Cartwright Doe, 14 August 1947
Physical Description: 21pp. 
Box/Folder   92/3
Story Outline: by Ranald MacDougall, 20 February 1947; comments by author
Physical Description: 9pp.; 5pp. 
Box/Folder   92/4
Screenplay: by MacDougall, 11 March 1947
Physical Description: 6pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   92/5
Screenplay: by MacDougall, 18 March to 1 April 1947
Physical Description: 24pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   92/6
Screenplay: The private world of Christopher Blake, by MacDougall, 8 April to 20 May 1947
Physical Description: 164pp. 
Box/Folder   92/7
Screenplay: The private world of Christopher Blake, by MacDougall, 22 May 1947
Physical Description: 135pp. 
Box/Folder   92/8
Temporary: The private world of Christopher Blake, by MacDougall, 29 May 1947
Physical Description: 134pp. 
Box/Folder   92/9
Final: The private world of Christopher Blake, by MacDougall, 10 July to 19 July 1947
Physical Description: circa 135pp. 
Box/Folder   92/10
Final: The private world of Christopher Blake, by MacDougall, 22 July with revisions to 16 September 1947
Physical Description: circa 135pp. 
Box/Folder   92/11
Final: The private world of Christopher Blake, by MacDougall, 22 July with revisions to 18 September 1947
Physical Description: circa 135pp. 
Box/Folder   92/12
Reader Synopsis: Christopher Blake, by Doe, 30 July 1948
Physical Description: 1p. 
Deep Valley
Box/Folder   93/1
Novel: by Dan Totheroh. New York, 1942
Physical Description: 312pp. 
Box/Folder   93/2
Treatment: by Totheroh, 9 September 1942
Physical Description: 33pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   93/3
Treatment: (“Notes and criticism--treatment”) by Delmer Daves, 17 December 1942; comments
Physical Description: 75pp.; 8pp. 
Box/Folder   93/4
Treatment: by Daves, 11 February 1943
Physical Description: 52pp. 
Box/Folder   93/5
Treatment: by Daves, 17 February 1943
Physical Description: 68pp. 
Box/Folder   93/6
Screenplay: by Totheroh, 19 August 1942
Physical Description: 35pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   93/7
Treatment: by Totheroh, 26 August 1942
Physical Description: 30pp. 
Box/Folder   93/8
Screenplay: by Albert Maltz, 30 April to 7 August 1943
Physical Description: 182pp. 
Box/Folder   93/9
Screenplay: by Stephen Avery and Salka Viertel, undated
Physical Description: 68pp. 
Note: Annotated and Incomplete.
Box/Folder   93/10
Screenplay: by Viertel, 31 May 1946
Physical Description: 173pp. 
Box/Folder   93/11
Screenplay: by James Gray, 13 June 1946
Physical Description: 60pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   93/12
Screenplay: by Viertel and Gray, 14 June 1946
Physical Description: 52pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   93/13
Screenplay: by Viertel and Gray, 27 June 1946
Physical Description: 43pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   93/14
Screenplay: by Viertel and Gray, 3 July to 5 August 1946
Physical Description: 111pp. 
Note: Annotated and Incomplete.
Box/Folder   94/1
Temporary: by Maltz, 19 August 1943
Physical Description: 148pp. 
Box/Folder   94/2
Rev Temp: by Maltz, 27 June 1944
Physical Description: 130pp. 
Box/Folder   94/3
Final: by Viertel and Gray, 1 July 1946
Physical Description: 136pp. 
Box/Folder   94/4
Rev Final: by Viertel and Avery, 27 August with revisions to 5 November 1946
Physical Description: circa 130pp. 
The Desert Song(1929)
Box/Folder   94/5
Play: no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 85pp. 
Box/Folder   94/6
Treatment: by Harvey H Gates, undated
Physical Description: 27pp. 
Box/Folder   94/7
Screenplay: by Gates, 22 September 1928
Physical Description: circa 160pp. 
The Desert Song (1943)
Box/Folder   94/8
Story Outline: by Robert Buckner and Charles Grayson, 26 August 1941
Physical Description: 11pp. 
Box/Folder   94/9
Screenplay: by Grayson, undated
Physical Description: 144pp. 
Box/Folder   94/10
Rev Temp 2: by Buckner, 24 March to 20 April 1942
Physical Description: 171pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   95/1
Final: by Buckner, 1 May with revisions to 3 September 1942
Physical Description: circa 185pp. 
Desirable
Box/Folder   95/2
Story Outline: A lady surrenders, by Mary C. McCall Jr., undated
Physical Description: 6pp. 
Box/Folder   95/3
Treatment: Roan colt, by McCall, 24 April 1934
Physical Description: 27pp. 
Box/Folder   95/4
Temporary: Lady surrenders, by McCall, 21 May 1934
Physical Description: 121pp. 
Box/Folder   95/5
Final: Lady surrenders, by McCall, 7 June with revisions to 29 June 1934
Physical Description: circa 125pp. 
Desperate Journey
Box/Folder   95/6
Treatment: Forced landing, by Arthur T Horman, 1 December 1941
Physical Description: 51pp. 
Box/Folder   95/7
Screenplay: by Robert Rossen and Horman, 16 January 1942
Physical Description: 56pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   95/8
Temporary: Forced landing, no author shown, undated
Physical Description: circa 185pp. 
Box/Folder   95/9
Final: by Horman, 21 January with revisions to 8 April 1942
Physical Description: circa 155pp. 
Destination Tokyo
Box/Folder   95/10
Novel: by Steve Fisher. New York, 1943
Physical Description: 230pp. 
Box/Folder   96/1
Novel: by Fisher. Serialized in Liberty, 30 October to 11 December 1943
Physical Description: circa 55pp. 
Box/Folder   96/2
Treatment: by Fisher, 6 April 1943
Physical Description: 46pp. 
Box/Folder   96/3
Treatment: no author shown, 13 May 1943
Physical Description: 32pp. 
Box/Folder   96/4
Temporary: by Fisher, 1 May 1943
Physical Description: 135pp. 
Box/Folder   96/5
Rev Temp: by Delmer Daves, 14 May 1943
Physical Description: 180pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   96/6
Rev Temp 2: by Daves, undated
Physical Description: 155pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   96/7
Final: no author shown, 20 June with revisions to 13 September 1943
Physical Description: circa 170pp. 
Devil Dogs of the Air
Box/Folder   96/8
Story Outline: Air devils, by John Monk Saunders, 4 April 1934
Physical Description: 11pp. 
Box/Folder   96/9
Treatment: Air devils, by Saunders and Malcolm Stuart Boylan, 28 April 1934
Physical Description: 40pp. 
Box/Folder   96/10
Treatment: Air devils, by Boylan, 1 June 1934
Physical Description: 89pp. 
Box/Folder   96/11
Treatment: All good soldiers have wings, by Boylan, 15 June 1934
Physical Description: 102pp. 
Box/Folder   97/1
Screenplay: Air devils, by Boylan, 18 August 1934; memo from William Koenig to Orry Kelly
Physical Description: 136pp.; 1p. 
Box/Folder   97/2
Temporary: Flying marines, no author shown, 7 September 1934
Physical Description: 35pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   97/3
Final: The flying marines, no author shown, 26 September with revisions to 23 October 1934
Physical Description: circa 180pp. 
Devil's Island
Box/Folder   97/4
Temporary: The return of Doctor X, by Anthony Coldewey and Raymond L Schrock, 25 May 1938
Physical Description: 55pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   97/5
Rev Temp: The return of Doctor X, by Kenneth Gamet and Don Ryan, 14 June 1938
Physical Description: circa 100pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   97/6
Final: by Gamet and Ryan, undated with revisions to 12 July 1938
Physical Description: circa 125pp. 
Devil's Saddle Legion
Box/Folder   97/7
Short Story: Hell's saddle legion, by Ed Earl Repp. Big Book Western, Nov-December 1936
Physical Description: 56pp. 
Box/Folder   97/8
Temporary: by Repp, 10 March 1937
Physical Description: 136pp. 
Box/Folder   97/9
Final: by Repp, 17 March with revisions to 31 March 1937
Physical Description: circa 125pp. 
Devotion
Box/Folder   98/1
Treatment: by Theodore Reeves, undated
Physical Description: 53pp. 
Box/Folder   98/2
Screenplay: by Reeves, 11 February 1942
Physical Description: 186pp. 
Box/Folder   98/3
Screenplay: by Reeves, 7 March 1942; memo from James J Geller to Robert Buckner; unsigned memo
Physical Description: 133pp.; 1p.; 1p. 
Box/Folder   98/4
Temporary: by Reeves, 21 May 1942
Physical Description: 155pp. 
Box/Folder   98/5
Screenplay: by Keith Winter, June 1942
Physical Description: 214pp. 
Box/Folder   98/6
Rev Temp: by Winter, 6 October to 16 October 1942
Physical Description: 138pp. 
Box/Folder   98/7
Screenplay: by John Collier (annotated), 11 November 1942; memo from story department
Physical Description: 87pp.; 1p. 
Box/Folder   98/8
Final: no author shown, 29 October 1942 with revisions to 5 January 1943
Physical Description: circa 165pp. 
Dinky
Box/Folder   99/1
Treatment: by Frank Fenton, Samuel Gelson Brown, and John Fante, undated
Physical Description: 66pp. 
Box/Folder   99/2
Treatment: by Fante, undated; notes
Physical Description: 72pp.; 5pp. 
Box/Folder   99/3
Screenplay: by Harry Sauber, 23 November 1934
Physical Description: 116pp. 
Box/Folder   99/4
Final: by Sauber, 4 January with revisions to 14 January 1935
Physical Description: circa 120pp. 
Box/Folder   99/5
Rev Final: by Sauber, 23 January with revisions to 25 January 1935; memo from Maxwell Arnow to studio personnel
Physical Description: circa 130pp.; 1p. 
Dispatch From Reuters
Box/Folder   99/6
Treatment: The romance of Reuters, by Valentine Williams, undated
Physical Description: 77pp. 
Box/Folder   99/7
Screenplay: This man Reuter, by Williams and Wolfgang Wilhelm, 25 July 1939
Physical Description: 115pp. 
Box/Folder   99/8
Treatment: This man Reuter, by Milton Krims, 5 September 1939
Physical Description: 27pp. 
Box/Folder   99/9
Temporary: This man Reuter, by Krims, 19 December 1939
Physical Description: 182pp. 
Box/Folder   100/1
Rev Temp: This man Reuter, by Krims, 9 April 1940
Physical Description: 148pp. 
Box/Folder   100/2
Final: This man Reuter, by Krims, 16 April with revisions to 28 June 1940
Physical Description: circa 150pp. 
Disraeli
Box/Folder   100/3
Play: by Louis N Parker. New York, 1911
Physical Description: 114pp. 
Box/Folder   100/4
Temporary: by Julien Josephson, 15 May 1929
Physical Description: 99pp. 
Box/Folder   100/5
Final: by Josephson, undated
Physical Description: 107pp. 
Dive Bomber
Box/Folder   100/6
Treatment: Beyond the blue sky, by Frank Wead, undated
Physical Description: 102pp. 
Box/Folder   100/7
Temporary: by Wead, 2 January 1941
Physical Description: 105pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   100/8
Treatment: by Wead and Robert Buckner, 24 January to 27 January 1941
Physical Description: 23pp. 
Box/Folder   100/9
Rev Temp: by Wead and Buckner, 4 February to 24 February 1941
Physical Description: 147pp. 
Box/Folder   101/1
Rev Temp 2: by Wead and Buckner, 3 March 1941
Physical Description: 118pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   101/2
Final: by Wead and Buckner, 11 March with revisions to 30 April 1941
Physical Description: circa 145pp. 
Divorce Among Friends
Box/Folder   101/3
Treatment: Two time marriage, by Jack Townley, undated
Physical Description: 31pp. 
Box/Folder   101/4
Screenplay: A husband's privileges, by Harvey Thew, undated
Physical Description: 118pp. 
Box/Folder   101/5
Screenplay: A husband's privileges, by Thew, undated
Physical Description: 131pp. 
Box/Folder   101/6
Final: A husband's privileges, no author shown (incomplete), undated; “Final breakdown (by sequence)”
Physical Description: 92pp.; 42pp. 
Dr. Monica
Box/Folder   101/7
Play: adapted by Laura Walker from the Polish of Marja M Szczepkowska, 16 November 1933
Physical Description: 55pp. 
Box/Folder   101/8
Story Outline: no author shown, 19 December 1933
Physical Description: 9pp. 
Box/Folder   101/9
Screenplay: by Charles Kenyon, undated
Physical Description: 95pp. 
Box/Folder   101/10
Temporary: by Kenyon, 9 February 1934
Physical Description: 106pp. 
Box/Folder   101/11
Final: by Kenyon, 17 February to 22 February 1934; alternate ending
Physical Description: 110pp.; 23pp. 
Dr. Socrates
Box/Folder   102/1
Novel: by W R Burnett. Serialized in Collier's, 16 March to 20 April 1935
Physical Description: 27pp. 
Box/Folder   102/2
Novel: by Burnett, undated
Physical Description: 185pp. 
Box/Folder   102/3
Screenplay: by James M Cain, 1 February 1935
Physical Description: 47pp. 
Note: Annotated and Incomplete.
Box/Folder   102/4
Screenplay: by Cain, 28 February 1935
Physical Description: 23pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   102/5
Temporary: no author shown, 17 May 1935
Physical Description: 157pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   102/6
Final: by Mary McCall, Jr, 5 June to 8 June 1935; changes
Physical Description: 125pp.; 4pp. 
Box/Folder   102/7
Rev Final: by McCall, 11 June with revisions to 10 July 1935
Physical Description: circa 110pp. 
Box/Folder   102/8
Rev Final: (“With censor changes”) by McCall, 11 June with revisions to 10 July 1935
Physical Description: circa 200pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Doctor X
Box/Folder   103/1
Play: by Howard W Comstock and Allen C. Miller, 18 January 1932
Physical Description: 98pp. 
Box/Folder   103/2
Screenplay: by George Rosener, 19 January 1932
Physical Description: 72pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   103/3
Screenplay: by Rosener, 19 January to 8 February 1932
Physical Description: 97pp. 
Box/Folder   103/4
Final: no author shown, 10 March with revisions to 17 March 1932; alternate scene
Physical Description: circa 95pp.; 15pp. 
Don't Bet on Blondes
Box/Folder   103/5
Short Story: Not on your life, by Isabel Dawn and James Boyce, undated
Physical Description: 33pp. 
Box/Folder   103/6
Temporary: Not on your life, by Dawn and Boyce de Gaw, 3 November 1934 to 10 February 1935
Physical Description: 172pp. 
Box/Folder   103/7
Rev Temp: Not on your life, by Dawn and de Gaw, 28 March 1935
Physical Description: 127pp. 
Box/Folder   103/8
Final: Not on your life, by Dawn and de Gaw, 17 April with revisions to 19 April 1935
Physical Description: 117pp. 
Doorway to Hell
Box/Folder   103/9
Treatment: A handful of clouds, by Rowland Brown, undated
Physical Description: 43pp. 
Box/Folder   103/10
Treatment: A handful of clouds, by Brown, 10 April 1930
Physical Description: 62pp. 
Box/Folder   103/11
Screenplay: A handful of clouds, no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 102pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   103/12
Temporary: A handful of clouds, by George Rosener, 22 April 1930
Physical Description: 89pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   103/13
Final: A handful of clouds, by Brown and (“special dialogue by”) Rosener, undated; added scenes
Physical Description: 104pp.; 3pp. 
The Doughgirls
Box/Folder   104/1
Play: by Joseph Fields. New York, 1943
Physical Description: 204pp. 
Box/Folder   104/2
Treatment: by James V Kern and Sam Hellman, 27 August 1943
Physical Description: 18pp. 
Box/Folder   104/3
Screenplay: by Kern and Hellman, 7 September to 10 October 1943
Physical Description: 201pp. 
Box/Folder   104/4
Temporary: by Kern and Hellman, 27 October 1943
Physical Description: 156pp. 
Box/Folder   104/5
Final: by Kern and Hellman, 21 February 1944
Physical Description: 148pp. 
Down the Stretch
Box/Folder   104/6
Temporary: Blood lines, by William Jacobs, 22 January 1936; additional shot
Physical Description: 134pp.; 1p. 
Box/Folder   104/7
Final: Blood lines, by Jacobs, 25 January with revisions to 27 January 1936
Physical Description: 120pp. 
Box/Folder   105/1
Rev Final: Blood lines, by Jacobs, 17 April with revisions to 2 June 1936
Physical Description: circa 120pp. 
Draegerman Courage
Box/Folder   105/2
Story Outline: Cave in!, by Anthony Coldewey, 25 April 1936
Physical Description: 13pp. 
Box/Folder   105/3
Temporary: Cave in, by Coldewey, 27 May 1936
Physical Description: 124pp. 
Box/Folder   105/4
Final: Cave in, by Coldewey, 4 June with revisions to 26 June 1936
Physical Description: circa 110pp. 
The Dragon Murder Case
Box/Folder   105/5
Novel: by S S Van Dine. New York, 1933
Physical Description: 311pp. 
Box/Folder   105/6
Treatment: by Rian James, 29 December 1933
Physical Description: 47pp. 
Box/Folder   105/7
Screenplay: by James, 23 January 1934
Physical Description: 136pp. 
Box/Folder   105/8
Screenplay: by James and Robert N Lee, 17 February 1934
Physical Description: 137pp. 
Box/Folder   106/1
Temporary: by James and Lee, 13 March 1934
Physical Description: 125pp. 
Box/Folder   106/2
Final: by Lee and F Hugh Herbert, 5 May with revisions to 9 May 1934; changed scenes
Physical Description: 139pp.; c 50pp. 
Dust Be My Destiny
Box/Folder   106/3
Novel: by Jerome Odlum, undated
Physical Description: 219pp. 
Box/Folder   106/4
Research: Magazine pictures and notes, no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 6pp. 
Box/Folder   106/5
Treatment: by Robert Rossen, undated
Physical Description: 18pp. 
Box/Folder   106/6
Screenplay: no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 179pp. 
Note: Annotated and Incomplete.
Box/Folder   106/7
Screenplay: by Rossen, 13 October 1938
Physical Description: 150pp. 
Note: Annotated and Incomplete.
Box/Folder   106/8
Screenplay: no author shown, undated
Physical Description: circa 150pp. 
Box/Folder   107/1
Temporary: no author shown, 8 February 1939
Physical Description: 168pp. 
Box/Folder   107/2
Final: by Rossen, 1 April with revisions to 8 June 1939
Physical Description: circa 145pp. 
Each Dawn I Die
Box/Folder   107/3
Novel: by Jerome Odlum. Indianapolis, 1938
Physical Description: 291pp. 
Box/Folder   107/4
Treatment: by Norman Reilly Raine, 12 May 1938
Physical Description: 150pp. 
Box/Folder   107/5
Temporary: by Raine, 8 July 1938
Physical Description: 202pp. 
Box/Folder   107/6
Rev Temp: by Raine, 18 November 1938
Physical Description: 173pp. 
Box/Folder   108/1
Rev Temp 2: by Raine, 22 December 1938
Physical Description: 165pp. 
Box/Folder   108/2
Final: no author shown, 28 January with revisions to 22 April 1939
Physical Description: circa 155pp. 
Earthworm Tractors
Box/Folder   108/3
Novel: Alexander Botts--earthworm tractors, by William Hazlett Upson. New York, 1927
Physical Description: 289pp. 
Box/Folder   108/4
Treatment: Alexander Botts, earthworm tractors, by Peter Milne, 27 March 1934
Physical Description: 27pp. 
Box/Folder   108/5
Treatment: by Paul Gerard Smith and Milne, 5 April 1934
Physical Description: 20pp. 
Box/Folder   108/6
Screenplay: by Milne and Joe Traub, undated
Physical Description: 102pp. 
Box/Folder   108/7
Screenplay: by Smith, 4 May 1934
Physical Description: 157pp. 
Box/Folder   108/8
Treatment: by Joel Sayre, 25 September 1934
Physical Description: 23pp. 
Box/Folder   108/9
Temporary: by Sayre, 23 October with revisions to 2 November 1934
Physical Description: circa 155pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   109/1
Rev Temp: no author shown (annotated), undated; sequence by Sayre and Upson; sequence by Wald and Epstein
Physical Description: 121pp.; 20pp.; 21pp. 
Box/Folder   109/2
Rev Temp 2: no author shown, 13 November 1934
Physical Description: 118pp. 
Box/Folder   109/3
Rev Temp 3: by Richard Macaulay, Traub, and Hugh Cummings, 18 February 1936
Physical Description: 138pp. 
Box/Folder   109/4
Final: no author shown, 27 February 1936
Physical Description: 129pp. 
Box/Folder   109/5
Rev Final: no author shown, 6 March 1936
Physical Description: 131pp. 
East of the River
Box/Folder   109/6
Short Story: Mama Ravioli, or Two sons, by John Fante and Ross B Wills, undated
Physical Description: 38pp. 
Box/Folder   109/7
Treatment: Mama Ravioli, by Abem Finkel, 5 August 1939
Physical Description: 53pp. 
Box/Folder   109/8
Temporary: Mama Ravioli, by Finkel, 26 October 1939
Physical Description: 140pp. 
Box/Folder   110/1
Rev Temp: Bad boy, no author shown, 19 December 1939
Physical Description: 149pp. 
Box/Folder   110/2
Final: Bad boy, no author shown, 27 June 1940
Physical Description: 97pp. 
Box/Folder   110/3
Rev Final: no author shown, 9 July with revisions to 29 Jul. 1940
Physical Description: circa 120pp. 
Easy to Love
Box/Folder   110/4
Playscript: As good as new, by Thompson Buchanan, 1930
Physical Description: 119pp. 
Box/Folder   110/5
Screenplay: As good as new, by Robert Presnell and Walter De Leon, undated
Physical Description: 94pp. 
Box/Folder   110/6
Temporary: As good as new, by Presnell and De Leon, 11 March 1931
Physical Description: 95pp. 
Box/Folder   110/7
Treatment: by David Boehm, 27 January 1933
Physical Description: 43pp. 
Box/Folder   110/8
Screenplay: As good as new. no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 109pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   110/9
Rev Temp 2: As good as new, no author shown, 11 February 1933
Physical Description: 122pp. 
Box/Folder   110/10
Screenplay: Laid in Vienna, by Boehm, 22 February 1933
Physical Description: 85pp. 
Box/Folder   111/1
Rev Temp 3: by Carl Erickson and Boehm, 21 August 1933
Physical Description: 116pp. 
Box/Folder   111/2
Final: by Erickson, Boehm and Manuel Seff, 5 October 1933; new ending
Physical Description: 124pp.; 16pp. 
Edge of Darkness
Box/Folder   111/3
Novel: by William Woods. New York, 1942
Physical Description: 334pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   111/4
Screenplay: by Robert Rossen, 16 May 1942
Physical Description: 66pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   111/5
Temporary: by Rossen, 9 June with revisions to 20 July 1942
Physical Description: 214pp. 
Box/Folder   111/6
Final: no author shown, 24 July with revisions to 10 November 1942
Physical Description: 158pp. 
Elmer the Great
Box/Folder   112/1
Play: by Ring Lardner, 24 September 1932
Physical Description: 112pp. 
Box/Folder   112/2
Temporary: by Tom Geraghty, 15 November 1932
Physical Description: 159pp. 
Box/Folder   112/3
Rev Temp: no author shown, 13 December 1932
Physical Description: 149pp. 
Box/Folder   112/4
Final: by Geraghty, 21 December 1932
Physical Description: 124pp. 
Embraceable You
Box/Folder   112/5
Short Story: Sunburst, by Dietrich V Hanneken and Aleck Block, undated
Physical Description: 71pp. 
Box/Folder   112/6
Screenplay: Sunburst, by Edna Anhalt, undated
Physical Description: 106pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   112/7
Temporary: Sunburst kid, by Anhalt, 9 February 1948
Physical Description: 109pp. 
Box/Folder   112/8
Final: Sunburst kid, by Anhalt, 20 February with revisions to 9 April 1948
Physical Description: circa 125pp. 
Employees' Entrance
Box/Folder   113/1
Play: Banjo seat shorts, by David Boehm, 3 August 1932
Physical Description: 149pp. 
Box/Folder   113/2
Treatment: The machine, by Robert Presnell, 25 August 1932
Physical Description: 90pp. 
Box/Folder   113/3
Treatment: by Charles Kenyon, 29 August 1932
Physical Description: 32pp. 
Box/Folder   113/4
Final: The machine, by Presnell, 1 September 1932
Physical Description: 123pp. 
Box/Folder   113/5
Rev Final: by Presnell, 9 September with revisions to 17 October 1932
Physical Description: circa 125pp. 
Empty Holsters
Box/Folder   113/6
Novel: Outlawed guns, by Ed Earl Repp. Smashing Western, November 1936
Physical Description: 80pp. 
Box/Folder   113/7
Novel: Outlawed guns, or Empty holsters, by Repp. Typescript of above, undated
Physical Description: circa 200pp. 
Box/Folder   113/8
Final: no author shown, 18 February 1937
Physical Description: 121pp. 
Escape From Crime
Box/Folder   113/9
Screenplay: Camera trap, by Raymond L Schrock, undated
Physical Description: circa 155pp. 
Box/Folder   113/10
Temporary: Picture snatcher, by Schrock, 2 February 1942
Physical Description: 117pp. 
Box/Folder   114/1
Final: by Schrock, 3 March 1942
Physical Description: 100pp. 
Escape in the Desert
Box/Folder   114/2
Treatment: Strangers in our midst, by Marvin Borowsky, 27 July 1943
Physical Description: 53pp. 
Box/Folder   114/3
Temporary: Strangers in our midst, by Borowsky, 29 September 1943
Physical Description: 146pp. 
Box/Folder   114/4
Screenplay: Strangers in our midst, by Frank Gruber, 10 January 1944
Physical Description: 112pp. 
Box/Folder   114/5
Screenplay: Strangers in our midst, by Gruber, 14 January to 28 January 1944
Physical Description: 147pp. 
Box/Folder   114/6
Rev Temp: Strangers in our midst, no author shown, 25 February 1944
Physical Description: 131pp. 
Box/Folder   114/7
Story Outline: (“Outline of action for the proposed revision of 'Petrified forest' [`Strangers in our midst']”) by Thomas Job, 17 March 1944
Physical Description: 11pp. 
Box/Folder   114/8
Final: Strangers in our midst, by Job, 12 April 1944
Physical Description: 132pp. 
Box/Folder   114/9
Rev Final: Strangers in our midst, by Job, 29 April to 12 June with revisions to 16 September 1944
Physical Description: circa 135pp. 
Escape Me Never
Box/Folder   115/1
Novel: The fool of the family, by Margaret Kennedy. New York, 1930
Physical Description: 337pp. 
Box/Folder   115/2
Play: by Kennedy, 1933
Physical Description: 90pp. 
Box/Folder   115/3
Screenplay: by Lenore Coffee, 26 August to 28 September 1943
Physical Description: 81pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   115/4
Temporary: by Coffee, 15 December 1943
Physical Description: 164pp. 
Box/Folder   115/5
Screenplay: by Coffee and Thames Williamson, 5 May to 23 June 1945
Physical Description: 178pp. 
Box/Folder   115/6
Final: by Coffee and Williamson, 24 August 1945
Physical Description: circa 150pp. 
Box/Folder   115/7
Rev Final: by Coffee and Williamson, 3 October 1945
Physical Description: 138pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   115/8
Rev Final 2: by Coffee and Williamson, 9 November 1945 with revisions to 1 February 1946
Physical Description: circa 145pp. 
Espionage Agent
Box/Folder   116/1
Treatment: Career man, by Robert Buckner, undated
Physical Description: 59pp. 
Box/Folder   116/2
Treatment: Career man, by Buckner, undated
Physical Description: 34pp. 
Box/Folder   116/3
Treatment: Career man, by Buckner, 13 January 1938
Physical Description: 13pp. 
Box/Folder   116/4
Screenplay: Career man, by Buckner, 10 March 1938
Physical Description: 143pp. 
Box/Folder   116/5
Comments: (“Revisions for `Career man' ”) by Buckner, 26 May 1938
Physical Description: circa 14pp. 
Box/Folder   116/6
Treatment: Career man, by Warren Duff, 18 November 1938
Physical Description: 42pp. 
Box/Folder   116/7
Screenplay: Career man, by Duff, 30 December 1938
Physical Description: 184pp. 
Box/Folder   116/8
Temporary: Career man, by Duff and Frank Donoghue, 9 March 1939
Physical Description: 181pp. 
Box/Folder   116/9
Rev Temp: Career man, by Duff, Donoghue, and James Hilton, 28 April 1939; alternate ending
Physical Description: 168pp.; 1p. 
Box/Folder   116/10
Rev Temp 2: Career man, by Duff, Donoghue, and Hilton, 1 May 1939; alternate endings
Physical Description: 152pp.; 1p. 
Box/Folder   117/1
Final: Career man, by Duff, Donoghue, and Hilton, 4 May to 24 May with revisions to 1 June 1939; alternate endings
Physical Description: circa 140pp.; 4pp. 
Box/Folder   117/2
Rev Final: Career man, no author shown, 8 June to 28 June with revisions to 7 September 1939; alternate ending
Physical Description: circa 155pp.; 2pp. 
Box/Folder   117/3
Reader Synopsis: Career man--espionage agent, by William Shenker, 13 August 1940
Physical Description: 1p. 
Ever in My Heart
Box/Folder   117/4
Short Story: by Beulah Marie Dix and Bertram Milhauser, 18 May 1933
Physical Description: 43pp. 
Box/Folder   117/5
Temporary: by Milhauser, 23 June to 28 June 1933
Physical Description: 140pp. 
Box/Folder   117/6
Rev Temp: by Milhauser, 10 July 1933
Physical Description: 135pp. 
Box/Folder   117/7
Final: by Milhauser, 13 July with revisions to 4 August 1933; shooting schedule
Physical Description: circa 135pp.; 1p. 
Ever Since Eve
Box/Folder   117/8
Screenplay: by Lee Perenchio and Gene Baker, 14 November 1935
Physical Description: 124pp. 
Box/Folder   117/9
Treatment: by Lillie Hayward, undated
Physical Description: 56pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   118/1
Temporary: by Hayward and Jerry Wald, 15 July 1936
Physical Description: 139pp. 
Box/Folder   118/2
Rev Temp: by Lawrence Riley, 12 September 1936
Physical Description: 89pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   118/3
Rev Temp 2: by Riley and Earl Baldwin, 7 November 1936
Physical Description: 139pp. 
Box/Folder   118/4
Final: by Riley, Baldwin, Hayward, and Wald, 19 January 1937
Physical Description: 136pp. 
Box/Folder   118/5
Rev Final: no author shown, 8 February 1937
Physical Description: 52pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   118/6
Rev Final 2: no author shown, 26 February to 1 March 1937
Physical Description: 128pp. 
Box/Folder   118/7
Rev Final 3: no author shown, 20 March with revisions to 27 April 1937
Physical Description: circa 150pp. 
Everybody's Hobby
Box/Folder   118/8
Temporary: The hobby family, by William Brockway, 1 April 1939
Physical Description: 93pp. 
Box/Folder   119/1
Final: The hobby family, by Brockway and Kenneth Gamet, 12 April with revisions to 14 April 1939
Physical Description: circa 110pp. 
Box/Folder   119/2
Rev Final: The hobby family, by Brockway and Gamet, 17 April with revisions to 19 April 1939
Physical Description: circa 115pp. 
Ex-Lady
Box/Folder   119/3
Treatment: no author shown, 3 December 1932
Physical Description: 55pp. 
Box/Folder   119/4
Temporary: no author shown, 5 December 1932
Physical Description: 55pp. 
Box/Folder   119/5
Final: no author shown, undated with revisions to 29 December 1932
Physical Description: circa 100pp. 
Expensive Husbands
Box/Folder   119/6
Screenplay: She hired a husband, by Kyrill de Shishmareff, 19 November 1936
Physical Description: 127pp. 
Box/Folder   119/7
Temporary: She hired a husband, no author shown, 23 April 1937
Physical Description: 126pp. 
Box/Folder   119/8
Final: She hired a husband, no author shown, 24 April 1937
Physical Description: 103pp. 
Box/Folder   119/9
Rev Final: no author shown, 14 June with revisions to 28 June 1937
Physical Description: circa 105pp. 
Expensive Women
Box/Folder   119/10
Novel: Passionate sonata, by Wilson Collison, undated
Physical Description: circa 230pp. 
Box/Folder   120/1
Treatment: Passionate sonata, by Harvey Thew, undated
Physical Description: 56pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   120/2
Screenplay: Passionate sonata, by Thew, undated
Physical Description: 111pp. 
Box/Folder   120/3
Temporary: Passionate sonata, by Thew, 12 March 1931
Physical Description: 105pp. 
Box/Folder   120/4
Final: Passionate sonata, by Thew, 14 March 1931; tag ending
Physical Description: 99pp.; 1p. 
The Expert
Box/Folder   120/5
Short Story: Old man Minick, by Edna Ferber, undated
Physical Description: 19pp. 
Box/Folder   120/5
Play: Minick, by Ferber and George S Kaufman, undated
Physical Description: 142pp. (In same volume as above.) 
Box/Folder   120/6
Story Outline: Minick, by Julien Josephson and Maude T Howell, 5 October 1931
Physical Description: 11pp. 
Box/Folder   120/7
Treatment: Minick, by Josephson and Howell, 12 October 1931
Physical Description: 20pp. 
Box/Folder   120/8
Temporary: Minick, by Josephson and Howell, 12 November 1931
Physical Description: 190pp. 
Box/Folder   120/9
Rev Temp: Old man Minnick, by Josephson and Howell, 19 November 1931
Physical Description: 116pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
The Famous Ferguson Case
Box/Folder   120/10
Screenplay: Untitled story, by Courtney Terrett, 10 October 1931
Physical Description: circa 60pp. 
Box/Folder   102/11
Screenplay: Circulation, by Terrett, 27 November 1931
Physical Description: 108pp. 
Box/Folder   120/12
Temporary: Circulation, by Terrett and Harvey Thew, 5 December 1931
Physical Description: 111pp. 
Box/Folder   120/13
Screenplay: by Terrett and Thew, 16 December 1931
Physical Description: 113pp. 
Box/Folder   121/1
Final: by Terrett and Thew, 22 December 1931 with revisions to 18 January 1932
Physical Description: circa 110pp. 
Fashions of 1934
Box/Folder   121/2
Screenplay: King of fashion, by Warren Duff, 27 July 1933
Physical Description: 132pp. 
Box/Folder   121/3
Temporary: King of fashion, by Gene Markey and Kathryn Scola, 12 September 1933
Physical Description: 121pp. 
Box/Folder   121/4
Screenplay: King of fashion, no author shown, 9 October 1933
Physical Description: 141pp. 
Box/Folder   121/5
Final: King of fashion, no author shown, undated with revisions to 13 November 1933
Physical Description: circa 140pp. 
Father Is A Prince
Box/Folder   121/6
Temporary: Father knows best, by Robert E Kent, 7 August 1940
Physical Description: 99pp. 
Box/Folder   121/7
Final: Father knows best, by Kent, 15 August with revisions to 22 August 1940
Physical Description: circa 110pp. 
Father's Son (1930)
Box/Folder   121/8
Final: by Hope Loring, 23 June 1930
Physical Description: 125pp. 
Father's Son (1941)
Box/Folder   121/9
Temporary: Father and son, by Fred Niblo, Jr, 14 October 1940
Physical Description: 127pp. 
Box/Folder   122/1
Final: Father and son, by Niblo, 22 October 1940
Physical Description: 106pp. 
Female
Box/Folder   122/2
Novel: no author shown [Donald Henderson Clarke], 24 January 1933 galleys
Physical Description: 80pp. 
Box/Folder   122/3
Treatment: by Gene Markey and Kathryn Scola, 15 April 1933
Physical Description: 23pp. 
Box/Folder   122/4
Temporary: by Markey and Scola, 23 May 1933; alternate ending
Physical Description: 102pp.; 13pp. 
Box/Folder   122/5
Final: by Markey and Scola, 12 July with revisions to 9 September 1933; “retakes and added scenes.”
Physical Description: 112pp.; c 50pp. 
Fifty Million Frenchmen
Box/Folder   122/6
Play: by Herbert Fields and Cole Porter, 1929
Physical Description: 95pp. 
Box/Folder   122/7
Plot Summary: by H Hinsdale, 1 June 1934
Physical Description: 1p. 
Box/Folder   122/8
Plot Summary: no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 11pp. 
Box/Folder   122/9
Story Outline: no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 22pp. 
Box/Folder   122/10
Story Outline: by Joseph Jackson, undated
Physical Description: 26pp. 
Box/Folder   122/11
Final: no author shown, 9 August 1930; added scene; changed dialogue
Physical Description: 127pp.; 3pp.; 25pp. 
Fighter Squadron
Box/Folder   123/1
Treatment: by Seton I Miller, 16 December 1947
Physical Description: 48pp. 
Box/Folder   123/2
Screenplay: by Miller (annotated), 10 February 1948; outline
Physical Description: 72pp.; 29pp. 
Box/Folder   123/3
Temporary: by Miller, 18 March with revisions to 21 May 1948
Physical Description: circa 140pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   123/4
Final: by Miller, 19 May to 11 June 1948
Physical Description: 83pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   123/5
Final: by Miller, 19 May with revisions to 14 June 1948
Physical Description: circa 140pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   123/6
Rev Final: by Miller, 16 June to 25 June with revisions to 13 July 1948; added scenes
Physical Description: circa 150pp.; 2pp. 
Box/Folder   123/7
Rev Final 2: by Miller, 20 July with revisions to 19 August 1948
Physical Description: circa 155pp. 
The Fighting 69th
Box/Folder   124/1
Research: Father Duffy's story, by Francis P Duffy. New York, 1919
Physical Description: 382pp. 
Box/Folder   124/2
Research: Chaplain Duffy of the sixty-ninth regiment New York, by Ella M E Flick. Philadelphia, 1935
Physical Description: 203pp. 
Box/Folder   124/3
Research: Address by Colonel William J Donovan at unveiling of statue to Father Duffy at Times Square, New York City, by Colonel Donovan, 2 May 1937
Physical Description: 3pp. 
Box/Folder   124/4
Research: What a man--Father Francis Patrick Duffy, no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 16pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   124/5
Research: Notes on fighting sixty-ninth, no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 56pp. 
Box/Folder   124/6
Story Outline: by Dean Franklin, undated
Physical Description: 14pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   124/7
Screenplay: by Fred Niblo, Jr and Franklin, 28 June 1939
Physical Description: 220pp. 
Box/Folder   124/8
Comments: (“George Boothby's notes on `The fighting sixty-ninth' ”) by Boothby, 5 July 1939
Physical Description: 7pp. 
Box/Folder   124/9
Screenplay: by Niblo and Franklin, 30 June 1939
Physical Description: 140pp. 
Box/Folder   124/10
Treatment: by Norman Reilly Raine, 27 July 1939
Physical Description: 45pp. 
Box/Folder   124/11
Final: by Raine, 29 August 1939
Physical Description: 92pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   125/1
Rev Final: by Raine, Niblo, and Franklin, 18 September with revisions to 26 December 1939; added scenes
Physical Description: circa 185pp.; 9pp. 
Find the Blackmailer
Box/Folder   125/2
Short Story: Blackmail with feathers, by G T Fleming-Roberts. Detective Novels Magazine, August 1942
Physical Description: 17pp. 
Box/Folder   125/3
Temporary: Blackmail, by Robert E Kent, 22 October 1942
Physical Description: 100pp. 
Box/Folder   125/4
Final: Blackmail, by Kent, 29 October with revisions to 5 November 1942
Physical Description: circa 100pp. 
The Finger Points
Box/Folder   125/5
Story Outline: The mob, by Whitfield, undated
Physical Description: 8pp. 
Box/Folder   125/6
Treatment: The mob, by John Monk Saunders, undated
Physical Description: 130pp. 
Box/Folder   125/7
Screenplay: The mob, by Saunders and Robert Lord, December 1930
Physical Description: 130pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   125/8
Final: The mob, by Saunders and Lord, 27 December 1930
Physical Description: 131pp. 
The Firebird
Box/Folder   125/9
Play: by Ludwig (Lajos) Zilahy. Translated from the Hungarian, 30 December 1933
Physical Description: 67pp. 
Box/Folder   125/10
Play: by Zilahy, adapted by Jeffrey Dell, 9 January 1934
Physical Description: 95pp. 
Box/Folder   126/1
Temporary: by Ralph Block and Doris Malloy, 27 February 1934
Physical Description: 108pp. 
Box/Folder   126/2
Screenplay: by Charles Kenyon, 21 April 1934
Physical Description: 126pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   126/3
Rev Temp: by Kenyon, 27 June 1934
Physical Description: 116pp. 
Box/Folder   126/4
Final: by Kenyon, 21 July 1934
Physical Description: 125pp. 
Box/Folder   126/5
Rev Final: by Kenyon, 25 July with revisions to 28 July 1934
Physical Description: circa 110pp. 
Fireman, Save My Child
Box/Folder   126/6
Story Outline: by Lloyd Bacon and Ray Enright, undated
Physical Description: 4pp. 
Box/Folder   126/7
Treatment: by Bacon and Enright, undated
Physical Description: 18pp. 
Box/Folder   126/8
Treatment: no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 78pp. 
Box/Folder   126/9
Screenplay: by Robert Lord and Arthur Caesar, 19 September to 24 September 1931
Physical Description: 149pp. 
Box/Folder   126/10
Temporary: by Lord and Caesar, 5 October to 17 October 1931
Physical Description: 152pp. 
Box/Folder   126/11
Final: by Lord and Caesar, 5 November 1931
Physical Description: 120pp. 
First Lady
Box/Folder   127/1
Play: by Katharine Dayton and George S Kaufman. New York, 1935
Physical Description: 194pp. 
Box/Folder   127/2
Temporary: by Rowland Leigh, 6 April 1937
Physical Description: 167pp. 
Box/Folder   127/3
Rev Temp: by Leigh, 20 April 1937
Physical Description: 149pp. 
Box/Folder   127/4
Final: by Leigh, 26 April with revisions to 7 May 1937
Physical Description: circa 135pp. 
Five Star Final
Box/Folder   127/5
Play: by Louis Weitzenkorn, 11 February 1931
Physical Description: 134pp. 
Box/Folder   127/6
Final: by Byron Morgan, 4 April with revisions to 14 April 1931
Physical Description: circa 135pp. 
Flamingo Road
Box/Folder   128/1
Novel: by Robert Wilder. New York, 1942
Physical Description: 342pp. 
Box/Folder   128/2
Play: by R and Sally Wilder, 1945
Physical Description: 110pp. 
Box/Folder   128/3
Treatment: by Jerry Wald, 6 December 1946
Physical Description: 72pp. 
Box/Folder   128/4
Treatment: by Alfred Hayes and James Gunn, 27 December 1946
Physical Description: 73pp. 
Box/Folder   128/5
Treatment: by Hayes, 13 January 1947
Physical Description: 19pp. 
Box/Folder   128/6
Story Outline: by Hayes, 4 February 1947
Physical Description: 14pp. 
Box/Folder   128/7
Story Outline: by Hayes, 6 February 1947
Physical Description: 15pp. 
Box/Folder   128/8
Screenplay: by Hayes, 24 February 1947
Physical Description: 170pp. 
Box/Folder   128/9
Story Outline: by Edmund H. North, 17 March 1947
Physical Description: 11pp. 
Box/Folder   128/10
Treatment: by North, 27 May to 10 June 1947
Physical Description: 19pp. 
Box/Folder   128/11
Final: by North, 20 October 1947
Physical Description: 135pp. 
Box/Folder   128/12
Rev Final: by R Wilder, 13 August with revisions to 25 August 1948
Physical Description: circa 160pp. 
Box/Folder   129/1
Rev Final 2: by R Wilder, 9 September with revisions to 8 December 1949
Physical Description: circa 165pp. 
Flaxy Martin
Box/Folder   129/2
Story Outline: The black gate, by David Lang, 4 November 1947
Physical Description: 19pp. 
Box/Folder   129/3
Screenplay: The black gate, by Lang, 4 November to 11 November 1947
Physical Description: 114pp. 
Box/Folder   129/4
Temporary: The black gate, by Lang, 28 February 1948
Physical Description: 118pp. 
Box/Folder   129/5
Rev Temp: The black gate, by Lang, 15 March with revisions to 23 March 1948
Physical Description: circa 115pp. 
Box/Folder   129/6
Final: The black gate, by Lang, 27 March 1948
Physical Description: 119pp. 
Box/Folder   129/7
Rev Final: Smart money, by Lang, 2 April with revisions to 4 May 1948
Physical Description: circa 120pp. 
Flight Angels
Box/Folder   129/8
Treatment: Tough angels, by Maurice Leo, undated
Physical Description: 32pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   129/9
Treatment: Tough angels, by Leo, undated
Physical Description: 77pp. 
Box/Folder   129/10
Treatment: Tough angels, by Leo, 2 March 1939
Physical Description: 89pp. 
Box/Folder   130/1
Screenplay: Tough angels, by Leo, 1 September 1939
Physical Description: 163pp. 
Box/Folder   130/2
Temporary: Flight 8, by Leo and Tom Reed, 7 February 1940
Physical Description: 124pp. 
Box/Folder   130/3
Final: Flight 8, by Leo and Reed, 16 February 1940
Physical Description: 114pp. 
Box/Folder   130/4
Rev Final: Flight 8, by Leo and Reed, 21 February with revisions to 12 March 1940
Physical Description: circa 130pp. 
Flight From Destiny
Box/Folder   130/5
Novel: Trial and error by Anthony Berkeley. New York, 1937
Physical Description: 351pp. 
Box/Folder   130/6
Play: Trial and error, by Berkeley, undated
Physical Description: 144pp. 
Box/Folder   130/7
Temporary: Trial and error, by Robert Rossen, 9 November 1939
Physical Description: 162pp. 
Box/Folder   131/1
Rev Temp: Trial and error, no author shown, 5 September to 13 September 1940
Physical Description: 132pp. 
Box/Folder   131/2
Final: Trial and error, by Rossen, 20 September 1940
Physical Description: 127pp. 
Box/Folder   131/3
Rev Final: Trial and error, by Rossen and Barry Trivers, 28 September to 23 October with revisions to 25 October 1940
Physical Description: circa 125pp. 
Flirtation Walk
Box/Folder   131/4
Treatment: Eyes right, by Elliott Nugent, 12 May to 15 May 1930
Physical Description: 29pp. 
Box/Folder   131/5
Treatment: by Delmer Daves, 14 December 1933
Physical Description: 36pp. 
Box/Folder   131/6
Temporary: by Daves, 3 February 1934
Physical Description: 104pp. 
Box/Folder   131/7
Rev Temp: by Daves, 14 February 1934
Physical Description: 120pp. 
Box/Folder   131/8
Rev Temp 2: by Daves, 1 May 1934
Physical Description: 120pp. 
Box/Folder   131/9
Rev Temp 3: by Daves, 3 May 1934
Physical Description: 120pp. 
Box/Folder   132/1
Final: by Daves, 18 May with revisions to 25 May 1934
Physical Description: circa 120pp. 
Box/Folder   132/2
Rev Final: by Daves, 28 May with revisions to 29 May 1934; changes
Physical Description: circa 125pp.; 14pp. 
Box/Folder   132/3
Comments: (“ `Flirtation walk' rewritten show”) no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 14pp. 
Box/Folder   132/4
Rev Final 2: by Daves, 22 June 1934
Physical Description: 123pp. 
Flirting Widow
Box/Folder   132/5
Play: Green stockings, by A E W Mason. New York, 1910
Physical Description: 122pp. 
Box/Folder   132/6
Screenplay: Green stockings, by John F Goodrich, undated
Physical Description: 73pp. 
Box/Folder   132/7
Final: Green stockings, by Goodrich, 18 October to 21 October 1929
Physical Description: 87pp. 
The Florentine Dagger
Box/Folder   132/8
Novel: by Ben Hecht. New York, 1923
Physical Description: 256pp. 
Box/Folder   132/9
Final: by Tom Reed, with additional dialogue by Brown Holmes, 14 December with revisions to 18 December 1934; changes
Physical Description: 125pp.; c 135p. 
Flowing Gold
Box/Folder   133/1
Novel: by Rex Beach. New York, 1922
Physical Description: 377pp. 
Box/Folder   133/2
Temporary: by Tom Reed, 1 February 1940
Physical Description: 57pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   133/3
Rev Temp: by Kenneth Gamet, 18 May 1940
Physical Description: 131pp. 
Box/Folder   133/4
Final: by Gamet, 1 June with revisions to 22 July 1940
Physical Description: circa 135pp. 
Fly-Away Baby
Box/Folder   133/5
Temporary: by Don Ryan and Kenneth Gamet, 26 January with revisions to 3 February 1937; alternate ending
Physical Description: circa 135pp.; 3pp. 
Box/Folder   133/6
Final: by Ryan and Gamet, 5 February with revisions to 16 February 1937
Physical Description: circa 125pp. 
Flying Fortress
Box/Folder   133/7
Final: by Brock Williams and Edward Dryhurst, 8 May 1941
Physical Description: circa 210pp. 
Fog Over Frisco
Box/Folder   134/1
Novel: The five fragments, by George Dyer. New York, 1932
Physical Description: 315pp. 
Box/Folder   134/2
Treatment: Five fragments, by Robert N Lee and Eugene Solow, 16 September 1933
Physical Description: 46pp. 
Box/Folder   134/3
Temporary: Five fragments, by Lee, 11 January 1934
Physical Description: 128pp. 
Box/Folder   134/4
Final: Golden gate, by Lee, 15 January 1934
Physical Description: 131pp. 
Fools for Scandal
Box/Folder   134/5
Play: Return engagement, no author shown [Nancy Hamilton, James Shute, and Rosemary Casey], 12 February 1937
Physical Description: 138pp. 
Box/Folder   134/6
Screenplay: Food for scandal, no author shown, 8 September 1937
Physical Description: 62pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   134/7
Story Outline: Food for scandal, no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 1p. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   134/8
Temporary: Food for scandal, no author shown, 2 October 1937
Physical Description: 180pp. 
Box/Folder   135/1
Rev Temp: Food for scandal, no author shown, 27 October to 8 November 1937
Physical Description: 89pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   135/2
Final: Food for scandal, by Herbert and Joseph Fields, undated with revisions to 28 December 1937
Physical Description: circa 145pp. 
Footlight Parade
Box/Folder   135/3
Treatment: Prologue, by James Seymour and Manuel Seff, undated
Physical Description: 84pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   135/4
Temporary: by Seymour and Seff, 13 May 1933
Physical Description: 124pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   135/5
Rev Temp: by Seymour and Seff, 22 May 1933
Physical Description: 149pp. 
Box/Folder   135/6
Final: by Seymour and Seff, 2 June 1933
Physical Description: 152pp. 
Box/Folder   135/7
Rev Final: by Seymour and Seff, 10 June 1933
Physical Description: 152pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   135/8
Rev Final: by Seymour and Seff, 10 June 1933 with revisions to ND
Physical Description: circa 155pp. 
The Footloose Heiress
Box/Folder   136/1
Temporary: The hobo and the heiress, by Robertson White, 23 January 1937
Physical Description: 127pp. 
Box/Folder   136/2
Rev Temp: The hobo and the heiress, by White, 16 February 1937
Physical Description: 124pp. 
Box/Folder   136/3
Final: The hobo and the heiress, by White, 22 February with revisions to 2 April 1937
Physical Description: circa 115pp. 
Footsteps in the Dark
Box/Folder   136/4
Play: by Bernard Merivale and Jeffrey Dell, based on the original Hungarian of L Fodor, undated
Physical Description: 135pp. 
Box/Folder   136/5
Temporary: Blondie White, by Frank Cavett, 21 February 1938
Physical Description: 134pp. 
Box/Folder   136/6
Temporary: by John Wexley, 25 March 1939
Physical Description: 161pp. 
Box/Folder   136/7
Final: by Norman Reilly Raine, 21 February 1940
Physical Description: 126pp. 
Box/Folder   137/1
Rev Temp: by Lester Cole, 13 August 1940
Physical Description: 145pp. 
Box/Folder   137/2
Rev Final: by Cole, 12 September 1940
Physical Description: 145pp. 
Box/Folder   137/3
Rev Final 2: by Cole, 1 October with revisions to 11 December 1940
Physical Description: circa 145pp. 
42nd Street
Box/Folder   137/4
Novel: by Bradford Ropes, 10 August 1932
Physical Description: 378pp. 
Box/Folder   137/5
Treatment: by Whitney Bolton, 16 August 1932
Physical Description: 38pp. 
Box/Folder   137/6
Treatment: by Bolton and James Seymour, 22 August 1932
Physical Description: 22pp. 
Box/Folder   137/7
Temporary: by Bolton and Seymour, 8 September 1932
Physical Description: 198pp. 
Box/Folder   138/1
Rev Temp: by Bolton and Seymour, 16 September 1932
Physical Description: 152pp. 
Box/Folder   138/2
Final: no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 156pp. 
The Fountainhead
Box/Folder   138/3
Novel: by Ayn Rand. New York, 1943
Physical Description: 754pp. 
Box/Folder   138/4
Temporary: by Rand, 20 January 1945
Physical Description: 179pp. 
Box/Folder   138/5
Screenplay: by Rand, 25 February 1947
Physical Description: 283pp. 
Box/Folder   139/1
Rev Temp: by Rand, 20 April to 11 June 1948
Physical Description: 156pp. 
Box/Folder   139/2
Final: by Rand, 20 June with revisions to 9 September 1948
Physical Description: circa 140pp. 
Four Daughters
Box/Folder   139/3
Final: Because of a man--sister act, no author shown, 18 March with revisions to 1 June 1938
Physical Description: circa 140pp. 
Four Mothers
Box/Folder   139/4
Story Outline: by Fanny Goulding MacEwen, 12 January 1940
Physical Description: 12pp. 
Box/Folder   139/5
Story Outline: by Stephen Morehouse Avery, 22 March 1940
Physical Description: 9pp. 
Box/Folder   139/6
Treatment: by Avery, undated
Physical Description: 32pp. 
Box/Folder   139/7
Screenplay: by Avery, undated
Physical Description: 104pp. 
Box/Folder   139/8
Temporary: by Avery, 14 June 1940
Physical Description: 135pp. 
Box/Folder   139/9
Final: by Avery, 8 July to 11 July 1940
Physical Description: 134pp. 
Box/Folder   139/10
Rev Final: by Avery, 12 July with revisions to 17 September 1940
Physical Description: 135pp. 
Four Wives
Box/Folder   140/1
Story Outline: by Maurice A Hanline, undated
Physical Description: 18pp. 
Box/Folder   140/2
Treatment: by Lenore Coffee, undated
Physical Description: 46pp. 
Box/Folder   140/3
Screenplay: by Hanline, 18 January 1939
Physical Description: 160pp. 
Box/Folder   140/4
Temporary: by Julius J and Philip G Epstein, 12 July 1939
Physical Description: 129pp. 
Box/Folder   140/5
Final: by the Epsteins, 3 August 1939
Physical Description: 132pp. 
Box/Folder   140/6
Rev Final: by the Epsteins, 12 August with revisions to 24 August 1939
Physical Description: circa 130pp. 
Four's A Crowd
Box/Folder   140/7
Novel: All rights reserved, by Wallace Sullivan, undated
Physical Description: 121pp. 
Box/Folder   140/8
Treatment: All rights reserved, by Sig Herzig, 8 October 1937
Physical Description: 58pp. 
Box/Folder   140/9
Treatment: All rights reserved, by Herzig, 27 October 1937
Physical Description: 51pp. 
Box/Folder   140/10
Treatment: All rights reserved, no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 8pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   141/1
Temporary: All rights reserved, by Casey Robinson, 29 December 1937 to 8 January 1938
Physical Description: 163pp. 
Box/Folder   141/2
Final: All rights reserved, by Robinson, 25 January to 2 February 1938
Physical Description: 97pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   141/3
Rev Final: All rights reserved, by Robinson, 8 February to 11 February with revisions to 22 March 1938
Physical Description: circa 160pp. 
Freshman Love
Box/Folder   141/4
Play: The college widow, by George Ade. New York, 1923
Physical Description: 112pp. 
Box/Folder   141/5
Temporary: by George Bricker and Earl Felton, 5 September 1935
Physical Description: 116pp. 
Box/Folder   141/6
Final: by Bricker and Felton, 21 September with revisions to 27 September 1935
Physical Description: circa 113pp. 
Box/Folder   141/7
Reader Synopsis: by Harriet Hinsdale, 26 September 1935
Physical Description: 12pp. 
Box/Folder   141/8
Rev Final: no author shown, 3 October with revisions to 11 October 1935
Physical Description: circa 120pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Friends of Mr. Sweeney
Box/Folder   142/1
Novel: by Elmer Davis. New York, 1926
Physical Description: 282pp. 
Box/Folder   142/2
Temporary: by Warren Duff and Sidney Sutherland, 7 February 1934
Physical Description: 124pp. 
Box/Folder   142/3
Final: by Duff and Sutherland, with additional dialogue by Erwin Gelsey and F. Hugh Herbert, 22 February 1934
Physical Description: 128pp. 
Frisco Jenny
Box/Folder   142/4
Short Story: Common ground, by Gerald Beaumont, undated
Physical Description: 15pp. 
Box/Folder   142/5
Treatment: Common ground, by John Francis Larkin and Lillie Hayward, 24 August 1932
Physical Description: 35pp. 
Box/Folder   142/6
Treatment: Common ground, by Larkin and Hayward, 3 September 1932
Physical Description: 26pp. 
Box/Folder   142/7
Treatment: Common ground, by Larkin and Hayward, 6 September 1932
Physical Description: 28pp. 
Box/Folder   142/8
Screenplay: Common ground, by Larkin and Hayward, 17 September 1932
Physical Description: 126pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   142/9
Final: Common ground, by Robert Lord and Wilson Mizner, 21 September with revisions to 5 October 1932
Physical Description: 119pp. 
Frisco Kid
Box/Folder   142/10
Story Outline: Frisco story, by Warren Duff and Seton I. Miller, 10 April 1935
Physical Description: 10pp. 
Box/Folder   142/11
Treatment: by Duff and Miller, 30 April 1935
Physical Description: 51pp. 
Box/Folder   142/12
Temporary: by Duff and Miller, 19 June 1935
Physical Description: 160pp. 
Box/Folder   143/1
Final: by Duff and Miller, 8 July 1935
Physical Description: 151pp. 
Box/Folder   143/2
Rev Final: by Duff and Miller, 30 July 1935,
Note: Incomplete.

Physical Description: 96pp. 
Box/Folder   143/3
Rev Final 2: no author shown, 6 August with revisions to 21 September 1935
Physical Description: circa 125pp. 
From Headquarters (1929)
Box/Folder   143/4
Final: by Harvey H Gates, 12 November 1928
Physical Description: circa 100pp. 
From Headquarters (1933)
Box/Folder   143/5
Treatment: Headquarters, by Robert N Lee, 8 May 1933
Physical Description: 23pp. 
Box/Folder   143/6
Temporary: Headquarters, by Lee and Peter Milne, 31 July 1933
Physical Description: 109pp. 
Box/Folder   143/7
Final: by Lee and Milne, 18 August with revisions to 24 August 1933,
Note: Incomplete.

Physical Description: 122pp. 
Front Page Woman
Box/Folder   144/1
Short Story: Women are bum newspapermen, by Richard Macaulay. Saturday Evening Post, 1 September 1934
Physical Description: 5pp. 
Box/Folder   144/2
Treatment: Women are bum newspapermen, by Roy Chanslor and Lillie Hayward, undated
Physical Description: 14pp. 
Box/Folder   144/3
Screenplay: Women are bum newspapermen, by Chanslor and Hayward, 8 November 1934
Physical Description: 131pp. 
Box/Folder   144/4
Temporary: Women are bum newspapermen, by Chanslor, Hayward, and Laird Doyle, 19 February 1935
Physical Description: 122pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   144/5
Final: by Chanslor, Hayward, and Doyle, 15 April with revisions to 2 May 1935
Physical Description: circa 125pp. 
Fugitive From Justice
Box/Folder   144/6
Treatment: Million dollar fugitive, by Leonard Neubauer, undated
Physical Description: 11pp. 
Box/Folder   144/7
Temporary: Million dollar fugitive, by Alex Gottlieb, 4 October 1939
Physical Description: 103pp. 
Box/Folder   144/8
Final: Million dollar fugitive, by Gottlieb, 13 October with revisions to 27 October 1939
Physical Description: circa 105pp. 
Fugitive in the Sky
Box/Folder   144/9
Treatment: Heroes of the air, by George Bricker, undated
Physical Description: 16pp. 
Box/Folder   144/10
Temporary: The flying hostess, by Bricker, 19 June 1936
Physical Description: 108pp. 
Box/Folder   144/11
Final: Heroes of the air, by Bricker, 7 July with revisions to 27 August 1936
Physical Description: circa 130pp. 
G-Men
Box/Folder   145/1
Treatment: G-man, by Seton I. Miller, 16 January 1935
Physical Description: 46pp. 
Box/Folder   145/2
Temporary: G-man, no author shown, 12 February 1935
Physical Description: 111pp. 
Note: Annotated and Incomplete.
Box/Folder   145/3
Final: The g-man, by Miller, 14 February with revisions to 27 March 1935
Physical Description: circa 160pp. 
Gambling Lady
Box/Folder   145/4
Short Story: by Doris Malloy, undated
Physical Description: 47pp. 
Box/Folder   145/5
Treatment: no author shown, 19 September 1933
Physical Description: 16pp. 
Box/Folder   145/6
Final: by Malloy and Ralph Block, 10 November 1933, Incomplete
Physical Description: 96pp. 
Box/Folder   145/7
Rev Final: by Malloy and Block, 17 November to 21 November 1933
Physical Description: 145pp. 
Gambling on the High Seas
Box/Folder   145/8
Temporary: Floating trouble, by Robert E. Kent, 16 August 1939
Physical Description: 92pp. 
Box/Folder   145/9
Final: Floating trouble, by Kent, 17 August with revisions to 18 August 1939
Physical Description: circa 145pp. 
Box/Folder   145/10
Rev Final: by Kent, 21 August with revisions to 23 August 1939
Physical Description: circa 110pp. 
Garden of the Moon
Box/Folder   146/1
Novel: by H. Bedford-Jones and Barton Browne. Serialized in Saturday Evening Post, 28 August to 2 October 1937
Physical Description: circa 74pp. 
Box/Folder   146/2
Novel: by Bedford-Jones and Browne, 13 November 1937
Physical Description: 192pp. 
Box/Folder   146/3
Treatment: by Jerry Wald and Richard Macaulay, undated
Physical Description: 87pp. 
Box/Folder   146/4
Treatment: by Wald and Macaulay, 8 January 1937
Physical Description: 74pp. 
Box/Folder   146/5
Treatment: by Wald and Macaulay, 14 January 1938
Physical Description: 87pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   146/6
Screenplay: by Wald and Macaulay, 25 February 1938
Physical Description: 174pp. 
Box/Folder   146/7
Final: by Wald and Macaulay, 17 March 1938
Physical Description: 148pp. 
Box/Folder   146/8
Rev Final: by Wald and Macaulay, 24 March with revisions to 9 April 1938
Physical Description: circa 170pp. 
The Gay Sisters
Box/Folder   147/1
Novel: by Stephen Longstreet, 8 March 1941
Physical Description: 362pp. 
Box/Folder   147/2
Treatment: by Lenore Coffee, undated, Incomplete
Physical Description: 14pp. 
Box/Folder   147/3
Screenplay: by Coffee, 15 May 1941
Physical Description: 198pp. 
Box/Folder   147/4
Temporary: by Coffee, 19 June with revisions to 3 October 1941
Physical Description: circa 160pp. 
Box/Folder   147/5
Rev Temp: by Coffee, 6 December with revisions to 16 December 1941
Physical Description: circa 170pp. 
Box/Folder   147/6
Final: by Coffee, 3 January with revisions to 25 February 1942
Physical Description: circa 160pp. 
Gentleman Jim
Box/Folder   148/1
Treatment: Gentleman Jim Corbett, no author shown, 5 September 1941
Physical Description: 63pp. 
Box/Folder   148/2
Screenplay: Gentleman Jim Corbett, by Hugh Wedlock and Howard Snyder, undated, Incomplete
Physical Description: 75pp. 
Box/Folder   148/3
Temporary: Gentleman Jim Corbett, by Aeneas MacKenzie and Wally Kline, 11 November 1941
Physical Description: 153pp. 
Box/Folder   148/4
Rev Temp: Gentleman Jim Corbett, by Horace McCoy, 13 March 1942
Physical Description: 186pp. 
Box/Folder   148/5
Rev Temp 2: Gentleman Jim Corbett, by Vincent Lawrence and McCoy, 5 May to 14 May 1942
Physical Description: 148pp. 
Gentlemen Are Born
Box/Folder   148/6
Short Story: Just out of college, by Robert Lee Johnson, 11 April 1934
Physical Description: 15pp. 
Box/Folder   148/7
Screenplay: Just out of college, by Johnson, 1 May 1934
Physical Description: 100pp. 
Box/Folder   148/8
Temporary: Just out of college, by Eugene Solow and Johnson, 11 June 1934
Physical Description: 115pp. 
Box/Folder   148/9
Final: Just out of college, by Solow and Johnson, 17 June 1934
Physical Description: 115pp. 
Box/Folder   149/1
Rev Final: Just out of college, by Solow and Johnson, 23 June 1934
Physical Description: 124pp. 
George Washington Slept Here
Box/Folder   149/2
Play: by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart, 1940
Physical Description: 129pp. 
Box/Folder   149/3
Treatment: by Julius J. and Phillip G. Epstein, undated
Physical Description: 27pp. 
Box/Folder   149/4
Treatment: by Everett Freeman, undated, Incomplete
Physical Description: 10pp. 
Box/Folder   149/5
Screenplay: by Freeman, undated
Physical Description: circa 90pp. 
Note: Annotated and Incomplete.
Box/Folder   149/6
Temporary: by Freeman, 4 March with revisions to 16 March 1942
Physical Description: 144pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   149/7
Rev Temp: by Freeman, 25 March with revisions to 30 March 1942
Physical Description: circa 175pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   149/8
Final: by Freeman, 3 April with revisions to 8 June 1942
Physical Description: circa 140pp. 
The Girl from Jones Beach
Box/Folder   149/9
Story Outline: The Fargo girl, by Allen Boretz, undated
Physical Description: 18pp. 
Box/Folder   149/10
Screenplay: by I.A.L. Diamond, 12 August to 11 November 1947,
Note: Incomplete.

Physical Description: 125pp. 
Box/Folder   150/1
Screenplay: by Diamond, undated
Physical Description: 139pp. 
Box/Folder   150/2
Screenplay: by Diamond, undated
Physical Description: 128pp. 
Box/Folder   150/3
Screenplay: by Diamond with additional dialogue by Phillip and Julius Epstein, with revisions, undated
Physical Description: circa 145pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   150/4
Temporary: by Diamond with additional dialogue by the Epsteins, 7 April 1948
Physical Description: 130pp. 
Box/Folder   150/5
Final: by Diamond with additional dialogue by the Epsteins, 24 April with revisions to 16 July 1948
Physical Description: circa 130pp. 
The Girl From 10th Avenue
Box/Folder   150/6
Play: The outcast, no author shown, 14 January 1933
Physical Description: 101pp. 
Box/Folder   150/7
Screenplay: Outcast, by Charles Kenyon, undated
Note: Incomplete; outline of ending.

Physical Description: 107pp.; 2pp. 
Box/Folder   150/8
Temporary: Men on her mind, no author shown, 15 February 1935
Physical Description: 124pp. 
Box/Folder   151/1
Final: Men on her mind, by Kenyon, 1 March to 20 March 1935
Physical Description: 124pp. 
Girl Missing
Box/Folder   151/2
Story Outline: Money for nothing, by Don Mullally and Carl Erickson, undated
Physical Description: 17pp. 
Box/Folder   151/3
Treatment: Money isn't everything, by Ben Markson, undated
Physical Description: 28pp. 
Box/Folder   151/4
Screenplay: by Mullally and Erickson, undated
Physical Description: 122pp. 
Box/Folder   151/5
Final: no author shown, undated with revisions to 23 November 1932
Physical Description: circa 145pp. 
Girls on Probation
Box/Folder   151/6
Temporary: by Crane Wilbur, 22 April with revisions to 23 April 1938
Physical Description: circa 130pp. 
Box/Folder   151/7
Final: by Wilbur, 28 April with revisions to 18 June 1938
Physical Description: circa 115pp. 
Give Me Your Heart
Box/Folder   151/8
Play: Sweet aloes, by Jay Mallory, 3 December 1935
Physical Description: 119pp. 
Box/Folder   151/9
Temporary: Sweet aloes, no author shown, 25 February 1936
Physical Description: 152pp. 
Box/Folder   152/1
Rev Temp: Sweet aloes, by Casey Robinson, 8 April 1936
Physical Description: 131pp. 
Box/Folder   152/2
Final: Sweet aloes, by Robinson, 24 April with revisions to 25 May 1936
Physical Description: circa 160pp. 
The Go-Getter
Box/Folder   152/3
Short Story: no author shown, 26 November 1935
Physical Description: 42pp. 
Box/Folder   152/4
Temporary: by Delmer L. Daves, 14 January 1936
Physical Description: 129pp. 
Box/Folder   152/5
Final: by Daves, 16 November with revisions to 11 December 1936
Physical Description: circa 130pp. 
Go into Your Dance
Box/Folder   152/6
Novel: by Bradford Ropes. New York, 1934
Physical Description: 316pp. 
Box/Folder   152/7
Plot Summary: by F.K. Butler, 10 December 1933
Physical Description: 14pp. 
Box/Folder   152/8
Treatment: Casino de Paree, no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 25pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   153/1
Screenplay: Casino de Paree, no author shown, 7 September 1934, Incomplete
Physical Description: 86pp. 
Box/Folder   153/2
Temporary: Casino de Paree, by Earl Baldwin, 31 October to 9 November 1934
Physical Description: 141pp. 
Box/Folder   153/3
Final: Casino de Paree, by Baldwin, 20 November 1934 with revisions to 25 January 1935
Physical Description: circa 145pp. 
God Is My Co-Pilot
Box/Folder   153/4
Novel: by Col. Robert L. Scott. New York, 1943
Physical Description: 277pp. 
Box/Folder   153/5
Novel: by Scott. Condensed in Liberty, 6 November 1943
Physical Description: 16pp. 
Box/Folder   153/6
Treatment: by Abem Finkel, 24 July 1943
Physical Description: 87pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   153/7
Treatment: by Finkel, 10 September 1943
Physical Description: 100pp. 
Box/Folder   153/8
Treatment: by Finkel, 12 October 1943
Physical Description: 107pp. 
Box/Folder   153/9
Screenplay: by Finkel, 25 October to 11 December 1943
Physical Description: 221pp. 
Box/Folder   154/1
Screenplay: by Steve Fisher, 1 January to 5 February 1944
Physical Description: 173pp. 
Box/Folder   154/2
Temporary: no author shown, 18 February 1944
Physical Description: 162pp. 
Box/Folder   154/3
Final: by Fisher, 7 March with revisions to 15 March 1944
Physical Description: 158pp. 
Box/Folder   154/4
Rev Final: by Peter Milne, 22 April to 20 May 1944
Physical Description: 154pp. 
Box/Folder   154/5
Rev Final 2: by Milne, 26 May with revisions to 3 October 1944
Physical Description: circa 150pp. 
God's Country and the Woman
Box/Folder   154/6
Novel: by James Oliver Carwood. New York, 1915
Physical Description: 347pp. 
Box/Folder   155/1
Final: by Norman Reilly Raine and William Jacobs, 1 July with revisions to 7 August 1936
Physical Description: circa 145pp. 
God's Gift to Women
Box/Folder   155/2
Play: The devil was sick, by Jane Hinton, undated
Physical Description: 120pp. 
Box/Folder   155/3
Screenplay: The devil was sick, no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 115pp. 
Box/Folder   155/4
Final: The devil was sick, by Joseph Jackson, 2 January 1930
Physical Description: 98pp. 
Going Highbrow
Box/Folder   155/5
Short Story: Social pirates, by Ralph Spence, undated
Physical Description: 21pp. 
Box/Folder   155/6
Screenplay: Social pirates, by Edward Kaufman and Sy Bartlett, 22 January 1935
Physical Description: 142pp. 
Box/Folder   155/7
Temporary: Social pirates, by Kaufman and Bartlett, 8 February 1935
Physical Description: 136pp. 
Box/Folder   155/8
Final: Social pirates, by Kaufman and Bartlett, 28 February 1935
Physical Description: 121pp. 
Box/Folder   155/9
Rev Final: Social pirates, by Kaufman and Bartlett, 8 March 1935
Physical Description: 115pp. 
Going Places
Box/Folder   156/1
Temporary: Head over heels, by Sig Herzig, 17 May 1938
Physical Description: 103pp. 
Box/Folder   156/2
Final: no author shown, 28 July with revisions to 16 August 1938
Physical Description: 131pp. 
Going Wild
Box/Folder   156/3
Play: The aviator, by James Montgomery, undated
Physical Description: circa 105pp. 
Box/Folder   156/4
Treatment: by Humphrey Pearson, undated
Physical Description: 23pp. 
Box/Folder   156/5
Final: by Pearson and Henry McCarty, 13 May 1930
Physical Description: 105pp. 
Gold Diggers in Paris
Box/Folder   156/6
Short Story: (“Original screenplay”) Here come the girls, by Jerry Horwin and James Seymour, 18 December 1936
Physical Description: 53pp. 
Box/Folder   156/7
Treatment: The gold diggers in London, by Horwin, 27 March 1937; memo from W. MacEwen to H. Wallis
Physical Description: 37pp.; 1p. 
Box/Folder   156/8
Treatment: Golddiggers of 1938, by Jerry Wald and Richard Macaulay, 28 August 1937
Box/Folder   156/9
Temporary: no author shown, 6 October 1937, Incomplete
Physical Description: 32pp. 
Box/Folder   156/10
Final: no author shown, 4 January with revisions to 24 March 1938
Physical Description: circa 140pp. 
Gold Diggers of 1935
Box/Folder   156/11
Story Outline: by Robert Lord, undated
Physical Description: 9pp. 
Box/Folder   156/12
Treatment: by Lord and Peter Milne, 26 April 1934
Physical Description: 19pp. 
Box/Folder   156/13
Treatment: by Lord and Milne, 15 May 1934
Physical Description: 47pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   156/14
Temporary: by Milne and Manuel Seff, 16 June to 20 June 1934
Physical Description: 124pp. 
Box/Folder   157/1
Final: by Milne and Seff, 18 September with revisions to 5 November 1934
Physical Description: circa 120pp. 
Gold Diggers of 1937
Box/Folder   157/2
Play: Sweet mystery of life, by Richard Maibaum, Mike Wallach, and George Haight, undated
Physical Description: circa 150pp. 
Box/Folder   157/3
Temporary: by Tom Reed, 26 February 1936
Physical Description: 133pp. 
Box/Folder   157/4
Rev Temp: by Warren Duff and Reed, 8 June 1936
Physical Description: 125pp. 
Box/Folder   157/5
Rev Temp 2: by Duff, 1 July 1936, Incomplete
Physical Description: 87pp. 
Box/Folder   157/6
Final: by Duff and Reed, undated with revisions to 15 September 1936
Physical Description: circa 150pp. 
Gold Diggers of 1933
Box/Folder   158/1
Play: The gold diggers, by Avery Hopwood, undated
Physical Description: 144pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   158/2
Treatment: High life, by Erwin Gelsey and James Seymour, 29 November 1932; memo from Gelsey and Seymour to Mr Hubbard
Physical Description: 15pp.; 1p. 
Box/Folder   158/3
Treatment: High life, by Seymour, undated
Physical Description: 17pp. 
Box/Folder   158/4
Treatment: High life, by Gelsey and Seymour, undated
Physical Description: 23pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   158/5
Treatment: High life, by David Boehm and Seymour, 23 December 1932
Physical Description: 26pp. 
Box/Folder   158/6
Screenplay: High life, by Seymour, Boehm, and Ben Markson, 3 February 1933
Physical Description: 140pp. 
Box/Folder   158/7
Rev Temp: High life, by Seymour and Boehm, 18 January 1933
Physical Description: 107pp. 
Box/Folder   158/8
Final: High life, by Seymour and Boehm, 27 January 1933
Physical Description: 145pp. 
Box/Folder   158/9
Rev Final: by Seymour, Boehm, and Markson, 8 February with revisions to 11 February 1933; alternate ending
Physical Description: 150pp.; 2pp. 
Gold Dust Gertie
Box/Folder   158/10
Play: The wife of the party, by Lon D Hollister, undated
Physical Description: 152pp. 
Box/Folder   158/11
Treatment: Red hot sinners, by William K Wells, 22 July 1930
Physical Description: 87pp. 
Box/Folder   159/1
Treatment: Red hot sinners, by Wells, undated
Physical Description: 73pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   159/2
Treatment: Red hot sinners, by Wells, undated
Physical Description: 139pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   159/3
Temporary: Red hot sinners, by Wells, undated
Physical Description: 112pp. 
Box/Folder   159/4
Final: Red hot sinners, no author shown, 23 January 1931
Physical Description: 130pp. 
Gold Is Where You Find It
Box/Folder   159/5
Novel: by Clements Ripley, undated
Physical Description: 321pp. 
Box/Folder   159/6
Novel: by Ripley. Galleys, undated
Physical Description: 185pp. 
Box/Folder   159/7
Treatment: no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 22pp. 
Box/Folder   159/8
Treatment: no author shown, 15 July 1937
Physical Description: 23pp. 
Box/Folder   159/9
Treatment: by Michel Jacoby and Ripley, undated
Physical Description: 59pp. 
Box/Folder   160/1
Screenplay: by Jacoby and Ripley, 19 August 1936
Physical Description: 198pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   160/2
Temporary: by Jacoby and Ripley, 26 September 1936
Physical Description: 140pp. 
Box/Folder   160/3
Rev Temp: no author shown, 26 June with revisions to 28 June 1937, Incomplete
Physical Description: 69pp. 
Box/Folder   160/4
Final: no author shown, 24 July to 12 August with revisions to 11 August 1937
Note: Incomplete.

Physical Description: 110pp. 
Box/Folder   160/5
Rev Final: no author shown, 28 August with revisions to 11 October 1937; alternate ending
Physical Description: 160pp.; 2pp. 
The Golden Arrow
Box/Folder   160/6
Short Story: by Michael Arlen. Liberty, undated
Physical Description: 6pp. 
Box/Folder   160/7
Temporary: The cream princess, by Charles Kenyon, 17 December 1935
Physical Description: 151pp. 
Box/Folder   160/8
Rev Temp: by Kenyon, 7 January 1936, Incomplete
Physical Description: 107pp. 
Box/Folder   161/1
Final: by Kenyon, 11 January with revisions to 8 February 1936; alternate endings; memos from Mr. Bischoff to Mr. Green
Physical Description: 155pp.; 4pp.; 2pp. 
Box/Folder   161/2
Final: by Kenyon, 11 January with revisions to 8 February 1936; alternate endings; memos from Mr. Bischoff to all departments and to Mr. Green
Physical Description: 150pp.; 4pp.; 3pp. 
Golden Dawn
Box/Folder   161/3
Play: by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II, undated
Physical Description: 150pp. 
Box/Folder   161/4
Screenplay: by Walter B Anthony, undated
Physical Description: 103pp. 
Box/Folder   161/5
Final: by Anthony, 12 June 1929; added sequence
Physical Description: circa 100pp.; 3pp. 
Goodbye Again
Box/Folder   161/6
Play: by Allan Scott and George Haight. New York, 1932
Physical Description: 128pp. 
Box/Folder   161/7
Final: by Ben Markson, 20 March 1933
Physical Description: 131pp. 
The Goose and the Gander
Box/Folder   162/1
Temporary: by Charles Kenyon, 5 November 1934
Physical Description: 135pp. 
Box/Folder   162/2
Final: by Kenyon, 16 November 1934 with revisions to 7 January 1935
Physical Description: circa 120pp. 
The Gorilla Man
Box/Folder   162/3
Temporary: by Anthony Coldewey, 21 July 1942
Physical Description: 109pp. 
Box/Folder   162/4
Final: by Coldewey, 27 July with revisions to 30 July 1942
Physical Description: circa 110pp. 
Grand Slam
Box/Folder   162/5
Novel: by B Russell Herts. New York, 1932
Physical Description: 288pp. 
Box/Folder   162/6
Treatment: by David Boehm, 2 August 1932
Physical Description: 31pp. 
Box/Folder   162/7
Screenplay: no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 120pp. 
Box/Folder   162/8
Temporary: by Boehm and Erwin Gelsey, 7 September 1932
Physical Description: 139pp. 
Box/Folder   163/1
Final: by Boehm and Gelsey, 20 October with revisions to 12 November 1932
Physical Description: circa 135pp. 
Granny Get Your Gun
Box/Folder   163/2
Novel: The case of the dangerous dowager, by Erle Stanley Gardner, 7 August 1936
Physical Description: 283pp. 
Box/Folder   163/3
Temporary: by Kenneth Gamet, 3 August to 14 August 1939
Physical Description: 124pp. 
Box/Folder   163/4
Final: by Gamet, 13 September with revisions to 15 September 1939
Physical Description: 112pp. 
Box/Folder   163/5
Rev Final: by Gamet, 26 September with revisions to 10 October 1939
Physical Description: circa 95pp. 
The Great Divide
Box/Folder   163/6
Play: by William Vaughn Moody. New York, 1906
Physical Description: 82pp. 
Box/Folder   163/7
Screenplay: no author shown, undated
Physical Description: circa 140pp. 
Box/Folder   163/8
Screenplay: by Monte Katterjohn, undated
Physical Description: circa 140pp. 
Box/Folder   164/1
Screenplay: no author shown, 18 April 1929
Physical Description: 100pp. 
Box/Folder   164/2
Final: no author shown, undated
Physical Description: circa 100pp. 
The Great Garrick
Box/Folder   164/3
Screenplay: Ladies and gentlemen, by Ernest Vajda, 7 October 1936
Physical Description: 191pp. 
Box/Folder   164/4
Treatment: by Elaine Ryan, undated
Physical Description: circa 55pp. 
Box/Folder   164/5
Treatment: by Robert Rossen, 6 February 1937
Physical Description: 56pp. 
Box/Folder   164/6
Temporary: by Vajda, 15 April 1937
Physical Description: 151pp. 
Box/Folder   164/7
Rev Temp: by Vajda and Rowland Leigh, 7 May 1937
Physical Description: 149pp. 
Box/Folder   164/8
Final: by Vajda and Leigh, 3 June with revisions to 21 July 1937
Physical Description: circa 148pp. 
The Great Lie
Box/Folder   165/1
Novel: The far horizon, by Polan Banks. New York, 1936
Physical Description: 316pp. 
Box/Folder   165/2
Treatment: The far horizon, by Guy Endore, undated
Physical Description: 53pp. 
Box/Folder   165/3
Treatment: January heights, by Endore, 28 November 1939; memo from Endore to Henry Blanke
Physical Description: 30pp.; 1p. 
Box/Folder   165/4
Treatment: January heights, by Abem Finkel and Endore, undated
Physical Description: 25pp. 
Box/Folder   165/5
Screenplay: January heights, by Finkel and Endore, 6 January 1940
Physical Description: 119pp. 
Box/Folder   165/6
Temporary: January heights, by Michael Hogan, 14 February with revisions to 4 March 1940, Incomplete
Physical Description: circa 95pp. 
Box/Folder   165/7
Treatment: January heights, by Richard Sherman, 7 March 1940
Physical Description: 37pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   165/8
Screenplay: January heights, by Sherman, 16 March 1940
Physical Description: 134pp. 
Box/Folder   165/9
Rev Temp: January heights, by Sherman, 21 May 1940
Physical Description: 172pp. 
Box/Folder   166/1
Story Outline: Women of today, by Lenore Coffee, 18 June 1940
Physical Description: 19pp. 
Box/Folder   166/2
Rev Temp 2: Women of today (January heights), by Coffee, 9 August to 26 September 1940
Physical Description: 158pp. 
Box/Folder   166/3
Rev Temp 3: January heights, by Coffee, 15 October to 17 October 1940, Incomplete
Physical Description: 114pp. 
Box/Folder   166/4
Final: Far horizon (January heights), no author shown, 29 October with revisions to 5 November 1940
Note: Incomplete.

Physical Description: circa 145pp. 
Box/Folder   166/5
Rev Final: Far horizon, by Coffee, 7 November with revisions to 10 December 1940
Physical Description: circa 135pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Great Mr. Nobody
Box/Folder   166/6
Treatment: The stuff of heroes, by Al Martin and Ivan Goff, 10 March 1939
Physical Description: 67pp. 
Box/Folder   166/7
Temporary: Stuff of heroes, by Goff and Martin, 19 October 1939
Physical Description: 130pp. 
Box/Folder   166/8
Treatment: Stuff of heroes, by Warren Duff, 11 January 1940; memo from Blanke to Hal Wallis
Physical Description: 32pp.; 1p. 
Box/Folder   167/1
Treatment: The stuff of heroes, by James Seymour and Goff, 4 February 1940
Physical Description: 58pp. 
Box/Folder   167/2
Treatment: Stuff of heroes, by Delmer Daves and Abem Finkel, 13 February 1940
Physical Description: 38pp. 
Box/Folder   167/3
Treatment: Stuff of heroes, by Daves and Finkel, 5 March 1940
Physical Description: 75pp. 
Box/Folder   167/4
Screenplay: Stuff of heroes, by Daves, 5 April 1940
Physical Description: 150pp. 
Box/Folder   167/5
Story Outline: Stuff of heroes, by Stephen Morehouse Avery, 17 May 1940
Physical Description: 10pp. 
Box/Folder   167/6
Rev Temp: Stuff of heroes, by Ben Markson, 10 October 1940
Physical Description: 120pp. 
Box/Folder   167/7
Final: Stuff of heroes, by Markson, 28 October 1940
Physical Description: 112pp. 
Box/Folder   167/8
Rev Final: Stuff of heroes, by Markson and Kenneth Gamet, 5 November with revisions to 26 November 1940
Physical Description: circa 110pp. 
The Great O'Malley
Box/Folder   167/9
Short Story: The making of O'Malley, by Gerald Beaumont, 12 March 1936
Physical Description: 23pp. 
Box/Folder   167/10
Treatment: The making of O'Malley, by Carl Erickson, 11 April 1932
Physical Description: 24pp. 
Box/Folder   167/11
Treatment: Making of O'Malley, by Milton Krims, undated
Physical Description: 16pp. 
Box/Folder   167/12
Temporary: The making of O'Malley, by Martin Mooney and Mary C. McCall Jr., 27 April 1936
Physical Description: 112pp. 
Box/Folder   168/1
Rev Temp: The making of O'Malley, by Tom Reed, 3 July with revisions to 21 July 1936
Physical Description: 127pp. 
Box/Folder   168/2
Final: The making of O'Malley, no author shown, 21 July to 23 July with revisions to 21 July 1936
Note: Incomplete.

Physical Description: 95pp. 
Box/Folder   168/3
Rev Final: The making of O'Malley, no author shown, undated with revisions to 13 August 1936
Physical Description: circa 130pp. 
The Green Goddess
Box/Folder   168/4
Play: by William Archer, New York, 1920
Physical Description: 97pp. 
Box/Folder   168/5
Research: (“Film continuity, distinctive pictures production”) by Forrest Halsey, 1923
Physical Description: circa 45pp. 
Box/Folder   168/6
Final: no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 113pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Green Light
Box/Folder   168/7
Novel: by Lloyd C. Douglas. Serialized in Cosmopolitan, October 1934 to March 1935
Physical Description: circa 40pp. 
Box/Folder   168/8
Novel: by Douglas. Boston and New York, 1936
Physical Description: 326pp. 
Box/Folder   169/1
Temporary: by Paul Green, 27 December 1935
Physical Description: 152pp. 
Box/Folder   169/2
Rev Temp: by Milton Krims, 26 February 1936
Physical Description: 172pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   169/3
Rev Temp 2: by Krims, 11 April 1936
Physical Description: 172pp. 
Box/Folder   169/4
Rev Temp 3: by Krims, 19 June 1936
Physical Description: 143pp. 
Box/Folder   169/5
Final: by Krims, 2 July with revisions to 26 August 1936
Physical Description: circa 190pp. 
The Green Pastures
Box/Folder   169/6
Novel: by Marc Connelly. New York, 1929
Physical Description: 173pp. 
Box/Folder   170/1
Temporary: no author shown, 23 October 1935
Physical Description: 165pp. 
Box/Folder   170/2
Final: no author shown, 31 December 1935 with revisions to 2 March 1936
Physical Description: circa 165pp. 
Guns of the Pecos
Box/Folder   170/3
Temporary: Lone star ranger, by Harold Buckley. 5 May 1936
Physical Description: 113pp. 
Box/Folder   170/4
Final: Lone star ranger, by Buckley (“Story by Anthony Coldewey”) , 7 May with revisions to 19 May 1936
Physical Description: circa 160pp. 
Happiness Ahead
Box/Folder   170/5
Treatment: (“Original story”) Window panes, by Harry Sauber, undated
Physical Description: 18pp. 
Box/Folder   170/6
Temporary: Window pane, by Sauber and Brian Marlow. 5 June 1934
Physical Description: 139pp. 
Box/Folder   170/7
Rev Temp: Gentlemen are born, by Sauber and Marlow, undated
Physical Description: 140pp. 
Box/Folder   170/8
Final: Gentlemen are born, by Sauber and Marlow, 22 June with revisions to 31 July 1934
Physical Description: circa 155pp. 
Hard to Get
Box/Folder   171/1
Short Story: Stuffed skirt, by Stephen Morehouse Avery. Typescript, 30 September 1932, from Cosmopolitan
Physical Description: 24pp. 
Box/Folder   171/2
Screenplay: Stuffed skirt, by Avery, 21 December 1932
Physical Description: 132pp. 
Box/Folder   171/3
Temporary: Stuffed skirt, by Avery, 25 November 1933
Physical Description: 126pp. 
Box/Folder   171/4
Story Outline: Glamour girl, by Wally Klein and Joseph Schrank, undated
Physical Description: 12pp. 
Box/Folder   171/5
Temporary: for lovers only, by Schrank and Klein, 28 April 1938
Physical Description: 153pp. 
Box/Folder   171/6
Final: for lovers only, by Jerry Wald, Maurice Leo, and Richard Macaulay, 21 May with revisions to 25 June 1938
Physical Description: 146pp. 
Hard to Handle
Box/Folder   171/7
Treatment: The inside, by Houston Branch, undated
Physical Description: 41pp. 
Box/Folder   171/8
Plot Summary: The inside, by E J Dormer, 14 July 1932
Physical Description: 2pp. 
Box/Folder   171/9
Treatment: (“Adaptation”) the inside, by Robert Lord, 12 August 1932
Physical Description: 87pp. 
Box/Folder   171/10
Temporary: The inside, by Lord and Wilson Mizner, 23 September 1932
Note: Incomplete.

Physical Description: 106pp. 
Box/Folder   171/11
Final: The inside, by Lord and Mizner, 13 October to 15 October with revisions to 17 October 1932
Physical Description: 132pp. 
The Hard Way
Box/Folder   172/1
Short Story: by Jerry Wald, undated
Physical Description: 20pp. 
Box/Folder   172/2
Temporary: by Irwin Shaw, 30 August 1941
Physical Description: 185pp. 
Box/Folder   172/3
Rev Temp: by Shaw, 9 October 1941
Physical Description: 187pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   172/4
Comments: (“ `The hard way'-cast”) by Steve Trilling, 6 November 1941
Physical Description: 2pp. 
Box/Folder   172/5
Treatment: by Arch Oboler, 29 December 1941
Physical Description: 20pp. 
Box/Folder   172/6
Final: no author shown, 5 February with revisions to 16 February 1942
Physical Description: circa 170pp. 
Box/Folder   172/7
Rev Final: no author shown, 25 February to 1 April with revisions to 17 March 1942
Physical Description: circa 170pp. 
Harold Teen
Box/Folder   172/8
Temporary: no author shown, 21 November 1933
Physical Description: 116pp. 
Box/Folder   172/9
Final: by Al Cohn and Paul Gerard Smith, 28 November with revisions to 21 December 1933
Physical Description: circa 125pp. 
The Hatchet Man
Box/Folder   172/10
Play: The honorable Mr Wong, by Achmed Abdullah and David Belasco, undated
Physical Description: 182pp. 
Box/Folder   173/1
Treatment: The honorable Mr Wong, by J Grubb Alexander, 11 September 1931
Physical Description: 53pp. 
Box/Folder   173/2
Treatment: The honorable Mr Wong, by Alexander, 26 September 1931
Physical Description: 66pp. 
Box/Folder   173/3
Treatment: (“Temporary shooting script”) the honorable Mr Wong, by Alexander, 1 October 1931
Physical Description: 66pp. 
Box/Folder   173/4
Rev Temp: The honorable Mr Wong, by Alexander, 14 October 1931
Physical Description: 90pp. 
Box/Folder   173/5
Final: The honorable Mr Wong, by Alexander, 26 October 1931
Physical Description: 97pp. 
Haunted Gold
Box/Folder   173/6
Final: by Adele Buffington, 15 September 1932
Physical Description: 104pp. 
Havana Widows
Box/Folder   173/7
Treatment: by Earl Baldwin, 7 June 1933
Physical Description: 18pp. 
Box/Folder   173/8
Temporary: by Baldwin, 14 July 1933
Note: Incomplete.

Physical Description: 86pp. 
Box/Folder   173/9
Final: by Baldwin, 28 July with revisions to 18 September 1933; new ending; dialogue for retake
Physical Description: 128pp.; 2pp.; 1p. 
He Couldn't Say No
Box/Folder   173/10
Short Story: Larger than life, by Norman Matson. Hearst's International Cosmopolitan, January 1936
Physical Description: 6pp. 
Box/Folder   173/11
Play: Larger than life, by Joseph Schrank, undated
Physical Description: 129pp. 
Box/Folder   173/12
Temporary: Larger than life, by Schrank and Ben Grauman Kohn, 21 December 1936
Physical Description: 186pp. 
Box/Folder   174/1
Final: Larger than life, by Schrank, Kohn, and Robertson White, 10 August with revisions to 12 August 1937
Physical Description: circa 115pp. 
He Was Her Man
Box/Folder   174/2
Treatment: (“Original story”) Without honor, by Robert Lord and Niven Busch, undated
Physical Description: 20pp. 
Box/Folder   174/3
Treatment: Without honor, by Busch and Tom Buckingham, undated
Physical Description: 17pp. 
Box/Folder   174/4
Temporary: Without honor, no author shown, 16 January 1934
Physical Description: 123pp. 
Box/Folder   174/5
Final: Without honor, by Buckingham and Busch, 22 January with revisions to 24 January 1934
Physical Description: 115pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Heart of New York
Box/Folder   174/6
Novel: Mendel Marantz, by David Freedman. New York, 1922
Physical Description: 301pp. 
Box/Folder   174/7
Play: Mendel, Inc., by Freedman, 12 November 1931
Physical Description: 143pp. 
Box/Folder   174/8
Temporary: Mendel, Inc., by Arthur Caesar and Houston Branch, 7 December 1931
Physical Description: 150pp. 
Box/Folder   174/9
Final: Mendel, Inc., by Caesar and Branch, 12 December 1931
Physical Description: 129pp. 
Box/Folder   175/1
Rev Final: Mendel, Inc., by Caesar and Branch, 24 December 1931
Physical Description: 135pp. 
Heart of the North
Box/Folder   175/2
Novel: by William Byron Mowery. Serialized in Redbook, November 1929 to April 1930
Physical Description: circa 60pp. 
Box/Folder   175/3
Screenplay: by Sherman L Lowe, undated
Note: Incomplete.

Physical Description: 138pp. 
Box/Folder   175/4
Temporary: by George Bricker and Lowe, 7 June 1938
Physical Description: 121pp. 
Box/Folder   175/5
Final: by Lee Katz, 25 June to 28 June 1938
Note: Incomplete.

Physical Description: 84pp. 
Box/Folder   175/6
Rev Final: by Vincent Sherman and Katz, 2 July to 9 July with revisions to 10 September 1938; added scenes
Physical Description: 146pp.; 9pp. 
Hearts Divided
Box/Folder   175/7
Play: Glorious Betsy, by Rida Johnson Young, 3 May 1934
Physical Description: 89pp. 
Box/Folder   175/8
Rev Temp: Glorious, by Casey Robinson: 31 August 1935
Physical Description: 151pp. 
Box/Folder   175/9
Rev Temp 2: Glorious, no author shown, 6 September 1935
Physical Description: 159pp. 
Box/Folder   176/1
Rev Temp 3: Glorious, no author shown, 21 October 1935
Physical Description: 156pp. 
Box/Folder   176/2
Temporary: Marion Davies production no. 2, no author shown, 11 December 1935
Physical Description: 124pp. 
Box/Folder   176/3
Temporary: no author shown, 13 December 1935 with revisions to ND
Physical Description: circa 135pp. 
Box/Folder   176/4
Rev Temp: no author shown, 24 December 1935
Physical Description: 127pp. 
Box/Folder   176/5
Final: no author shown, 4 January with revisions to 11 January 1936
Physical Description: 127pp. 
Box/Folder   176/6
Rev Final: no author shown, 27 January with revisions to 7 February 1936
Physical Description: circa 145pp. 
Heat Lightning
Box/Folder   176/7
Play: by Leon Abrams and George Abbott. Copied 29 September 1933
Physical Description: 105pp. 
Box/Folder   177/1
Temporary: no author shown, 9 November 1933
Physical Description: 101pp. 
Box/Folder   177/2
Final: by Brown Holmes and Warren Duff, 16 November with revisions to 18 November 1933
Physical Description: circa 105pp. 
Hell's Kitchen
Box/Folder   177/3
Screenplay: by Crane Wilbur, undated
Physical Description: 121pp. 
Box/Folder   177/4
Temporary: by Wilbur, 16 November 1938
Note: Incomplete.

Physical Description: 67pp. 
Box/Folder   177/5
Rev Temp: by Wilbur, 26 November 1938
Physical Description: 125pp. 
Box/Folder   177/6
Final: by Wilbur, 29 November 1938
Note: Incomplete.

Physical Description: 47pp. 
Box/Folder   177/7
Rev Final: by Wilbur, 30 November 1938
Physical Description: 120pp. 
Box/Folder   177/8
Rev Final 2: no author shown, 28 December 1938 with revisions to 20 February 1939
Physical Description: circa 145pp. 
Her Husband's Secretary
Box/Folder   177/9
Temporary: by Lillie Hayward, 10 November 1936
Physical Description: 109pp. 
Box/Folder   178/1
Final: by Hayward, 13 November 1936 with revisions to 7 January 1937
Physical Description: circa 135pp. 
Her Kind of Man
Box/Folder   178/2
Treatment: Melancholy, by Charles Hoffman and James V Kern, undated
Physical Description: 30pp. 
Box/Folder   178/3
Screenplay: Melancholy, by Kern, undated
Physical Description: 105pp. 
Box/Folder   178/4
Comments: (“Outline-Melancholy”) by W R Burnett, 2 August 1943
Physical Description: 3pp. 
Box/Folder   178/5
Screenplay: by Burnett, 10 August to 8 November 1943
Physical Description: circa 165pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   178/6
Screenplay: Dancing with tears, by Gordon Kahn, 10 March 1945
Note: Incomplete; outline.

Physical Description: circa 110pp.; 5pp. 
Box/Folder   178/7
Temporary: Dancing with tears, by Kahn, 2 April 1945
Physical Description: 140pp. 
Box/Folder   178/8
Final: Dancing with tears, by Kahn and Leopold Atlas, 6 July with revisions to 30 November 1945
Physical Description: circa 155pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Her Majesty Love
Box/Folder   178/9
Screenplay: Miller story, by Robert Lord, August 1931
Physical Description: 106pp. 
Box/Folder   178/10
Screenplay: Miller story, by Lord, 14 August 1931
Physical Description: 118pp. 
Box/Folder   178/11
Final: by Lord, 22 August with revisions to 25 August 1931
Physical Description: circa 110pp. 
Here Comes Carter
Box/Folder   179/1
Screenplay: The lowdown, by Michel Jacoby, undated
Physical Description: 104pp. 
Box/Folder   179/2
Final: Loudspeaker lowdown, by Roy Chanslor, 2 June with revisions to 9 June 1936
Physical Description: circa 130pp. 
Here Comes Happiness
Box/Folder   179/3
Temporary: by Charles Linton Tedford, 16 November 1940
Physical Description: 111pp. 
Box/Folder   179/4
Final: by Tedford, 27 November to 28 November 1940
Physical Description: 105pp. 
Here Comes the Navy
Box/Folder   179/5
Treatment: Hey, sailor, by Ben Markson, undated
Physical Description: 89pp. 
Box/Folder   179/6
Temporary: Hey, sailor, by Markson, 10 March 1934
Physical Description: 147pp. 
Box/Folder   179/7
Final: Hey, sailor, by Markson and Baldwin, 27 March 1934; added scenes
Physical Description: 127pp.; 3pp. 
Heroes for Sale
Box/Folder   179/8
Screenplay: Breadline, no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 123pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   179/9
Final: Breadline, by Robert Lord and Wilson Mizner, 20 February to 25 February 1933
Physical Description: 143pp. 
Box/Folder   180/1
Rev Final: Breadline, by Lord and Mizner, 1 March with revisions to 4 March 1933
Physical Description: 140pp. 
Hi Nellie
Box/Folder   180/2
Short Story: by Roy Chanslor. Copied 8 June 1933
Physical Description: 37pp. 
Box/Folder   180/3
Treatment: by James Wharton, 4 August 1933
Physical Description: 53pp. 
Box/Folder   180/4
Treatment: by Sidney Sutherland, 19 August 1933
Physical Description: 57pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   180/5
Temporary: no author shown, 4 October 1933
Note: Incomplete.

Physical Description: 105pp. 
Box/Folder   180/6
Rev Temp: no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 145pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   180/7
Final: by Abem Finkle and Sutherland, 12 October with revisions to 17 October 1933
Physical Description: circa 140pp. 
The Hidden Hand
Box/Folder   180/8
Play: Invitation to a murder, no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 105pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   180/9
Screenplay: Find my body, by Anthony Coldewey, 24 April 1942
Physical Description: 112pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   180/10
Screenplay: Dressed to kill, by Raymond L Schrock, undated
Physical Description: 111pp. 
Box/Folder   181/1
Temporary: by Coldewey and Schrock, 26 May 1942
Physical Description: 106pp. 
Box/Folder   181/2
Final: by Coldewey and Schrock, 17 June with revisions to 26 June 1942
Physical Description: circa 115pp. 
High Pressure
Box/Folder   181/3
Play: Hot money, by Aben Kandel, undated
Physical Description: 131pp. 
Box/Folder   181/4
Screenplay: Sinners all, by Joseph Jackson, 28 September 1931
Physical Description: 99pp. 
Box/Folder   181/5
Temporary: by Jackson, 1 October 1931
Physical Description: 100pp. 
Box/Folder   181/6
Final: by Jackson, 23 October 1931
Physical Description: 117pp. 
High Sierra
Box/Folder   181/7
Novel: by W R Burnett. New York, 1940
Physical Description: 292pp. 
Box/Folder   181/8
Rev Final: by John Huston and Burnett, 31 July with revisions to 6 September 1940
Physical Description: 142pp. 
Highway West
Box/Folder   182/1
Treatment: Highway 99, by Kenneth Gamet, undated
Physical Description: 24pp. 
Box/Folder   182/2
Screenplay: Highway 99, by Gamet, undated
Physical Description: 116pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   182/3
Temporary: Highway 99, by Charles Kenyon, 9 December to 30 December with revisions to 28 December 1940
Physical Description: 129pp. 
Box/Folder   182/4
Final: Highway 99, by Allen Rivkin and Kenyon, 30 December 1940 to 10 January 1941 with revisions to 4 January 1941
Physical Description: circa 125pp. 
Box/Folder   182/5
Rev Final: Highway 99, by Gamet, Rivkin, and Kenyon, 4 February to 8 February with revisions to 19 February 1941
Physical Description: circa 120pp. 
Hollywood Canteen
Box/Folder   182/6
Screenplay: One in a million, by Delmer Daves, 14 September 1943
Physical Description: 96pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   182/7
Screenplay: by Daves, undated
Physical Description: 105pp. 
Box/Folder   182/8
Temporary: by Daves, 15 October with revisions to 10 December 1943
Physical Description: circa 110pp. 
Box/Folder   182/9
Treatment: by Agnes Christine Johnston, 27 April 1944
Note: Incomplete.

Physical Description: 17pp. 
Box/Folder   182/10
Screenplay: by Daves, 20 May 1944
Physical Description: 105pp. 
Box/Folder   182/11
Temporary: (“Special sequences for Hollywood canteen”) no author shown, 24 May 1944
Physical Description: 18pp. 
Box/Folder   183/1
Final: by Daves, 29 May with revisions to 27 July 1944
Physical Description: circa 110pp. 
Box/Folder   183/2
Reader Synopsis: by W Geoffrey, 15 December 1944
Physical Description: 1p. 
Box/Folder   183/3
Reader Synopsis: by V Volland, 24 January 1946
Physical Description: 1p. 
Hollywood Hotel
Box/Folder   183/4
Temporary: by Jerry Wald and Maurice Leo, 8 February 1937
Physical Description: 153pp. 
Box/Folder   183/5
Treatment: by Wald and Dick Macauley, 12 May 1937
Physical Description: 19pp. 
Box/Folder   183/6
Rev Temp: no author shown, 15 June 1937
Note: Incomplete.

Physical Description: 115pp. 
Box/Folder   183/7
Final: no author shown, 25 June to 4 July 1937
Physical Description: 167pp. 
Box/Folder   183/8
Rev Final: Hollywood bandwagon, by Wald, Leo, and Macauley, 21 July with revisions to 16 August 1937
Physical Description: circa 165pp. 
Box/Folder   183/9
Rev Final 2: by Wald, Leo, and Macauley, 18 August with revisions to 4 November 1937; added scenes
Physical Description: circa 170pp.; 2pp. 
Homicide
Box/Folder   184/1
Screenplay: Night beat, by William Sackheim, 23 December 1947 to 24 April 1948
Physical Description: 134pp. 
Box/Folder   184/2
Temporary: Night beat, by Sackheim, 6 May 1948
Physical Description: 122pp. 
Box/Folder   184/3
Final: Night beat, by Sackheim, 2 June with revisions to 30 June 1948
Physical Description: circa 120pp. 
Honeymoon for Three
Box/Folder   184/4
Temporary: Occasionally yours, by Earl Baldwin, 20 January 1940
Physical Description: 144pp. 
Box/Folder   184/5
Rev Temp: by Julius J Epstein and Phillip G Epstein, 9 May 1940
Note: Incomplete.

Physical Description: 77pp. 
Box/Folder   184/6
Final: no author shown, 10 June with revisions to 12 June 1940
Physical Description: circa 130pp. 
Box/Folder   184/7
Rev Final: by Baldwin and the Epsteins, 21 June with revisions to 14 August 1940
Physical Description: circa 130pp. 
The Horn Blows At Midnight
Box/Folder   184/8
Short Story: Come blow your horn, by Audrey Wisberg, undated
Physical Description: 27pp. 
Box/Folder   184/9
Treatment: by Jacques Thery, undated
Physical Description: 38pp. 
Box/Folder   184/10
Screenplay: At midnight blows the horn, by Thery and Ivan Goff, undated
Note: Incomplete; treatment.

Physical Description: 82pp.; 35pp. 
Box/Folder   185/1
Temporary: by Sam Hellman, 22 September 1942
Physical Description: 153pp. 
Box/Folder   185/2
Final: by Hellman and James V Kern, 10 June with revisions to 3 August 1943
Physical Description: circa 150pp. 
Box/Folder   185/3
Rev Final: by Hellman and Kern, 12 November 1943 with revisions to 17 October 1944
Physical Description: circa 145pp. 
The Hot Heiress
Box/Folder   185/4
Story Outline: no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 10pp. 
Box/Folder   185/5
Final: by Joseph Fields, Richard Rodgers, and Lorenz Hart, 6 June 1930
Physical Description: 94pp. 
Hot Money
Box/Folder   185/6
Temporary: There's millions in it, by William Jacobs, 12 March 1936
Physical Description: 129pp. 
Box/Folder   185/7
Final: There's millions in it, by Jacobs, 19 March with revisions to 7 April 1936
Physical Description: 137pp. 
Hotel Berlin
Box/Folder   185/8
Novel: Hotel Berlin, 1943, by Vicki Baum. Serialized in Collier's, 6 November to 4 December 1943
Physical Description: 42pp. 
Box/Folder   186/1
Novel: Hotel Berlin ′43, by Baum. New York, 1944
Physical Description: 250pp. 
Box/Folder   186/2
Screenplay: Berlin hotel--1943, by Vladimir Pozner, 27 December 1943 to 25 March 1944
Physical Description: circa 235pp. 
Box/Folder   186/3
Temporary: Berlin hotel, by Pozner, 1 February 1944
Note: Incomplete.

Physical Description: 101pp. 
Box/Folder   186/4
Final: no author shown, 6 April 1944
Physical Description: 190pp. 
Box/Folder   186/5
Treatment: Berlin hotel, by Jo Pagano and Alvah Bessie, 19 May to 10 June 1944; “Outline of leading characters,” 3 June 1944
Physical Description: 36pp.; 7pp. 
Box/Folder   186/6
Comments: (“Berlin hotel--list of main changes in treatment”) by Pagano and Bessie, 14 June 1944; “Supplementary notes on the basic relationship between Lisa Dorn and Martin Richter.”
Physical Description: 6pp.; 2pp. 
Box/Folder   186/7
Screenplay: by Pagano and Bessie, 24 June 1944
Note: Incomplete.

Physical Description: 151pp. 
Box/Folder   186/8
Rev Final: by Pagano and Bessie, 22 August to 30 September 1944
Physical Description: 173pp. 
Box/Folder   186/9
Rev Final 2: by Pagano and Bessie, 24 October with revisions to 20 December 1944; added scene
Physical Description: circa 150pp.; 3pp. 
The House Across the Street
Box/Folder   187/1
Screenplay: by Russell S Hughes, 30 March to 25 May 1948
Physical Description: circa 110pp. 
Box/Folder   187/2
Screenplay: by Hughes, 26 May 1948
Physical Description: 125pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   187/3
Final: by Hughes, 19 June with revisions to 30 July 1948
Physical Description: circa 125pp. 
Box/Folder   187/4
Comments: (“Annotated script changes”) no author shown, 20 July to 23 July 1948
Physical Description: circa 100pp. 
Box/Folder   187/5
Comments: (“Script changes, `Hi Nellie”') by Richard Bare, 27 July 1948
Physical Description: 38pp. 
The House on 56th Street
Box/Folder   187/6
Story Outline: by Austin Parker, undated
Physical Description: 11pp. 
Box/Folder   187/7
Treatment: by Parker, 22 March 1932
Physical Description: 20pp. 
Box/Folder   187/8
Treatment: by Joseph Santley, undated
Physical Description: 25pp. 
Box/Folder   187/9
Treatment: by Santley, 13 April 1933
Physical Description: 25pp. 
Box/Folder   187/10
Temporary: by Sheridan Gibney, 26 June 1933
Physical Description: 141pp. 
Box/Folder   187/11
Final: by Gibney and Parker, 18 July with revisions to 8 August 1933; new ending
Physical Description: circa 120pp.; 18pp. 
Housewife
Box/Folder   187/12
Treatment: by Robert Lord and Lillie Hayward, 9 January 1934
Physical Description: 50pp. 
Box/Folder   187/13
Temporary: by Manuel Seff and Hayward, 12 February 1934
Physical Description: 123pp. 
Box/Folder   188/1
Rev Temp: by Seff and Hayward, 28 March 1934
Physical Description: 136pp. 
Box/Folder   188/2
Final: by Seff and Hayward, 5 April 1934
Physical Description: 136pp. 
Humoresque
Box/Folder   188/3
Short Story: by Fannie Hurst. Cosmopolitan, March 1919
Physical Description: 39pp. 
Box/Folder   188/4
Treatment: by W Faulkner, undated
Physical Description: 26pp. 
Box/Folder   188/5
Treatment: by Melvin Levy, 3 November 1941
Physical Description: 20pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   188/6
Treatment: by Levy, 8 November 1941
Physical Description: 24pp. 
Box/Folder   188/7
Treatment: by Sarah Y Mason and Victor Heerman, undated
Physical Description: 29pp. 
Box/Folder   188/8
Treatment: by Mason and Heerman, 2 December 1941
Physical Description: 103pp. 
Box/Folder   188/9
Treatment: by Waldo Salt, undated
Physical Description: 33pp. 
Box/Folder   188/10
Screenplay: by Salt, 16 May 1942; summary of ending
Physical Description: 118pp.; 7pp. 
Box/Folder   188/11
Treatment: by Richard Weil, 5 May 1943
Physical Description: 65pp. 
Box/Folder   188/12
Screenplay: by Barney Glazer, undated
Physical Description: 121pp. 
Box/Folder   188/13
Temporary: by Glazer, 10 May to 14 May 1945
Note: Incomplete.

Physical Description: 52pp. 
Box/Folder   188/14
Screenplay: by Clifford Odets (incomplete), 14 March to 4 April 1945; excerpts from “Rhapsody in Blue” script by Odets; four memos from Lil B. to Johnny; memo from Jerry Wald to story department
Physical Description: circa 130pp.; circa 100pp.; 1p. each; 1p. 
Box/Folder   189/1
Rev Temp: by Odets and Glazer, 16 June 1945
Physical Description: 150pp. 
Box/Folder   189/2
Screenplay: by Zachary Gold, 4 August to 11 August 1945
Note: Incomplete.

Physical Description: 39pp. 
Box/Folder   189/3
Screenplay: by Gold, 10 August to 18 August 1945
Note: Incomplete.

Physical Description: 73pp. 
Box/Folder   189/4
Rev Temp 2: by Gold, 20 August with revisions to 2 October 1945; alternate ending
Physical Description: circa 170pp.; 2pp. 
Box/Folder   189/5
Plot Summary: by Gold, 8 September 1945
Physical Description: 3pp. 
Box/Folder   189/6
Screenplay: by Odets and Gold, 8 November 1945
Physical Description: 127pp. 
Box/Folder   189/7
Screenplay: by Odets and Gold, 17 November 1945
Physical Description: 130pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   189/8
Final: by Odets and Gold, 23 November with revisions to 8 December 1945
Physical Description: 132pp. 
Box/Folder   189/9
Rev Final: by Odets and Gold, 15 December 1945 with revisions to 20 March 1946
Physical Description: circa 145pp. 
I Am A Fugitive From A Chain Gang
Box/Folder   190/1
Novel: I am a fugitive from a Georgia chain gang, by Robert E Burns, New York, 1932
Physical Description: 260pp. 
Box/Folder   190/2
Treatment: I am a fugitive, no author shown, 15 April 1932
Physical Description: 16pp. 
Box/Folder   190/3
Treatment: I am a fugitive, by Brown Holmes, 23 April 1932
Physical Description: 87pp. 
Box/Folder   190/4
Screenplay: I am a fugitive from a Georgia chain gang, by Sheridan Gibney, undated
Physical Description: 133pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   190/5
Temporary: by Gibney and Holmes, 31 May 1932
Physical Description: 147pp. 
Box/Folder   190/6
Screenplay: by Howard J Green, 19 July 1932
Physical Description: 148pp. 
Box/Folder   190/7
Screenplay: by Green, Holmes, and Gibney, 23 July 1932
Physical Description: 144pp. 
I Am A Thief
Box/Folder   190/8
Treatment: by Ralph Block and Doris Malloy, undated
Physical Description: 39pp. 
Box/Folder   190/9
Screenplay: by Block and Malloy, 28 April 1934
Physical Description: 115pp. 
Box/Folder   190/10
Temporary: no author shown, 16 August 1934
Physical Description: 127pp. 
Box/Folder   191/1
Final: by Block and Malloy, 21 August with revisions to 24 August 1934
Physical Description: circa 120pp. 
I Found Stella Parish
Box/Folder   191/2
Short Story: Judas tree, by John Monk Saunders, 21 September 1934
Physical Description: 33pp. 
Box/Folder   191/3
Screenplay: The Judas tree, by Saunders, 21 November 1934
Physical Description: 93pp. 
Box/Folder   191/4
Temporary: Stella Parrish, by Mary C. McCall Jr., 25 January 1935
Physical Description: 128pp. 
Box/Folder   191/5
Rev Temp: by McCall, 19 February 1935
Physical Description: 114pp. 
Box/Folder   191/6
Treatment: Stella Parish, by Casey Robinson, 14 May 1935
Physical Description: 30pp. 
Box/Folder   191/7
Rev Temp 2: by Robinson, 1 August 1935
Physical Description: 155pp. 
Box/Folder   191/8
Final: by Robinson, 13 August with revisions to 4 September 1935
Physical Description: circa 160pp. 
I Like Your Nerve
Box/Folder   191/9
Screenplay: There's no such word, by Roland Pertwee, 21 February 1931
Physical Description: 110pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   191/10
Screenplay: There's no such word, by Houston Branch, undated
Physical Description: 123pp. 
Box/Folder   191/11
Temporary: by Branch, 20 March 1931
Physical Description: 105pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   192/1
Final: by Branch, 26 March with revisions to 27 April 1931
Physical Description: 105pp. 
I Live for Love
Box/Folder   192/2
Treatment: (“Original story”) Romance in a glass house, by Jerry Wald and Julius Epstein, 23 May 1935
Physical Description: 20pp. 
Box/Folder   192/3
Screenplay: Romance in a glass house, by Epstein, Wald, and Robert and rews, undated
Note: Annotated and incomplete.

Physical Description: 70pp. 
Box/Folder   192/4
Temporary: Romance in a glass house, by Wald, Epstein, and and rews, 20 June 1935
Physical Description: 91pp. 
Box/Folder   192/5
Rev Temp: Romance in a glass house, by Epstein, Wald, and and rews, 22 June 1935
Physical Description: 106pp. 
Box/Folder   192/6
Final: Romance in a glass house, by Epstein, Wald, and and rews, 25 June 1935
Physical Description: 109pp. 
I Loved A Woman
Box/Folder   192/7
Story Outline: Red meat, by David Karsner, 10 November 1932
Physical Description: 9pp. 
Box/Folder   192/8
Treatment: Red meat, no author shown, 28 November 1932
Physical Description: 27pp. 
Box/Folder   192/9
Rev Treatment: Red meat, by Charles Kenyon and Sidney Sutherland, 10 December 1932
Physical Description: 45pp. 
Box/Folder   192/10
Rev Treatment 2: Red meat, by Kenyon and Sutherland, 28 December 1932
Physical Description: 60pp. 
Box/Folder   192/11
Rev Treatment 3: Red meat, by Kenyon and Sutherland, 14 January 1933
Physical Description: 62pp. 
Box/Folder   192/12
Temporary: Red meat, by Kenyon and Sutherland, 17 January 1933
Physical Description: 62pp. 
Box/Folder   192/13
Rev Temp: Red meat, no author shown, 1 June 1933
Physical Description: 133pp. 
Box/Folder   192/14
Final: Red meat, by Kenyon and Sutherland, 13 June with revisions to 18 July 1933; new ending
Physical Description: circa 140pp.; 4pp. 
I Married A Doctor
Box/Folder   193/1
Novel: Main street, by Sinclair Lewis. New York, 1920
Physical Description: 451pp. 
Box/Folder   193/2
Play: Main street, by Harvey O'Higgins and Harriet Ford, 1921
Physical Description: circa 100pp. 
Box/Folder   193/3
Temporary: by Casey Robinson, 20 May 1935; memo from Mr. Arnow to Wallis, Brown, Alborn, Mayo, Wright, and Burns
Physical Description: 135pp.; 2pp. 
Box/Folder   193/4
Final: by Robinson, 13 January with revisions to 31 January 1936
Physical Description: circa 145pp. 
I Sell Anything
Box/Folder   193/5
Short Story: (“Original screenplay”) I'll sell anything, by Albert J Cohen and Robert T Shannon, 30 March 1934
Physical Description: 83pp. 
Box/Folder   193/6
Treatment: I'll sell anything, by Sidney Sutherland, undated
Physical Description: 24pp. 
Box/Folder   193/7
Temporary: by Brown Holmes and Sutherland, 27 June 1934
Physical Description: 134pp. 
Box/Folder   193/8
Final: no author shown, 5 July with revisions to 15 August 1934
Physical Description: circa 150pp. 
I Was Framed
Box/Folder   194/1
Treatment: It might happen to you, by Jerome Odlum, 1 October 1938
Physical Description: 23pp. 
Box/Folder   194/2
Treatment: (“Original story”) It might happen to you, by Odlum, 6 October 1938
Physical Description: 36pp. 
Box/Folder   194/3
Treatment: (“Original story”) It might happen to you, by Odlum, undated
Physical Description: 98pp. 
Box/Folder   194/4
Temporary: by Robert E Kent, 15 January 1942
Physical Description: 96pp. 
Box/Folder   194/5
Final: by Kent, 26 January 1942
Physical Description: 101pp. 
Illegal
Box/Folder   194/6
Screenplay: by Roland Pertwee, undated
Physical Description: 91pp. 
Box/Folder   194/7
Reader Synopsis: by Polly Breck, 18 March 1932
Physical Description: 2pp. 
Illicit
Box/Folder   194/8
Play: by Edith Fitzgerald and Robert Riskin, undated
Physical Description: circa 140pp. 
Box/Folder   194/9
Final: by Harvey Thew (annotated), 24 July 1930; shooting schedule; wardrobe plot; prop list
Physical Description: 133pp.; 3pp.; 4pp.; 37pp. 
In Caliente
Box/Folder   194/10
Treatment: Caliente, by Ralph Block and Warren Duff, 4 August 1934
Physical Description: 28pp. 
Box/Folder   194/11
Screenplay: Caliente, by Block and Duff, 19 November 1934
Physical Description: 108pp. 
Box/Folder   194/12
Temporary: no author shown, 28 November 1934
Physical Description: 128pp. 
Box/Folder   195/1
Rev Temp: Caliente, by Block and Duff, additional dialogue by Jerry Wald and Jules Epstein, 8 December 1934
Physical Description: 131pp. 
Box/Folder   195/2
Final: Caliente, by Wald and Epstein, 10 December 1934 with revisions to 8 March 1935
Physical Description: circa 120pp. 
In Our Time
Box/Folder   195/3
Treatment: no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 14pp. 
Box/Folder   195/4
Treatment: by Ellis St Joseph, undated
Physical Description: 12pp. 
Box/Folder   195/5
Screenplay: by St Joseph, 22 April 1943
Note: Incomplete.

Physical Description: 40pp. 
Box/Folder   195/6
Temporary: by St Joseph, 28 April to 12 May 1943
Note: Incomplete.

Physical Description: 73pp. 
Box/Folder   195/7
Final: by St Joseph, 20 May with revisions to 24 May 1943
Note: Incomplete.

Physical Description: 70pp. 
Box/Folder   195/8
Rev Final: by St Joseph, 29 May with revisions to 23 August 1943
Physical Description: circa 140pp. 
In This Our Life
Box/Folder   195/9
Novel: by Ellen Glasgow. New York, 1941
Physical Description: 467pp. 
Box/Folder   195/10
Story Outline: no author shown, 17 April 1941
Physical Description: 19pp. 
Box/Folder   196/1
Screenplay: no author shown, 18 June 1941
Physical Description: 141pp. 
Box/Folder   196/2
Screenplay: no author shown, 9 July 1941 with revisions to undated
Physical Description: c145pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   196/3
Final: by Howard Koch, 9 September 1941
Physical Description: 72pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   196/4
Rev Final: by Koch, 3 October with revisions to 8 December 1941
Physical Description: circa 145pp. 
Indianapolis Speedway
Box/Folder   196/5
Short Story: The roar of the crowd, by Howard Hawks, 16 October 1931
Physical Description: 12pp. 
Box/Folder   196/6
Screenplay: The roaring road, by Sig Herzig and Wally Klein, 25 August 1938
Physical Description: 172pp. 
Box/Folder   196/7
Temporary: The roaring road, by Herzig and Klein, 14 December 1938
Physical Description: 176pp. 
Box/Folder   196/8
Final: The roaring road, by Herzig and Klein, undated with revisions to 1 February 1939
Physical Description: circa 175pp. 
The Inspector General
Box/Folder   197/1
Play: by Nikolai Gogol. New York, 1931
Physical Description: 115pp. 
Box/Folder   197/2
Plot Summary: by Hawthorne, 6 January 1932
Physical Description: 5pp. 
Box/Folder   197/3
Screenplay: by Ben Hecht and Charles Lederer, 8 December 1947
Physical Description: 118pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   197/4
Comments: (“Scene outline and notes”) by Sylvia Fine and Jerry Wald, 10 December to 23 December 1947
Physical Description: circa 55pp. 
Box/Folder   197/5
Screenplay: Happy times, by Hecht and Lederer, 7 February 1948
Physical Description: 135pp. 
Box/Folder   197/6
Screenplay: by Hecht and Lederer, 21 February 1948
Physical Description: 99pp. 
Box/Folder   197/7
Plot Summary: (“Of 12/8/47 Screenplay”) no author shown, 23 February 1948
Physical Description: 1p. 
Box/Folder   197/8
Comments: (“Notes”) by Wald, S Fine, Millard Lampell, and Bobbie Fine, 11 February to 26 February 1948
Physical Description: 20pp. 
Box/Folder   197/9
Treatment: by Wald, 1 March 1948
Physical Description: 18pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   197/10
Comments: (“Additional notes--`The happy times' ”) by Wald, 2 March 1948
Physical Description: 3pp. 
Box/Folder   197/11
Treatment: Happy times, by Wald, 9 March 1948
Physical Description: 16pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   197/12
Treatment: Happy times, by Jack Rose, 16 March to 23 March 1948
Physical Description: 28pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   197/13
Treatment: The happy times, by Lampell, 19 March 1948
Physical Description: 35pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   197/14
Comments: (“General criticisms”) by Fine, Wald, Rose, and Lampell, 23 March 1948
Physical Description: 14pp. 
Box/Folder   197/15
Comments: (“Notes”) by Fine, Wald, Rose, and Lampell, 24 March 1948
Physical Description: 25pp. 
Box/Folder   197/16
Treatment: The happy times, by Rose, 25 March 1948
Physical Description: 30pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   197/17
Treatment: The happy times, by Rose and Lampell, 26 March 1948
Physical Description: 59pp. 
Box/Folder   197/18
Comments: (“Notes for revamping treatment”) by Wald, Fine, Rose, and Lampell, 31 March 1948
Physical Description: 11pp. 
Box/Folder   197/19
Treatment: The happy times, by Lampell and Rose, 3 April 1948
Physical Description: 66pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   197/20
Treatment: The happy times, by Lampell and Rose, 14 April 1948
Physical Description: 65pp. 
Box/Folder   197/21
Screenplay: The happy times, by Lampell and Philip Rapp, 22 April 1948
Physical Description: 20pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   197/22
Screenplay: The happy times, by Lampell and Rapp, 22 April 1948
Physical Description: 36pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   197/23
Comments: by Wald, S Fine and B Fine, 20 April to 23 April 1948
Physical Description: 23pp. 
Box/Folder   197/24
Temporary: Happy times, by Lampell and Rapp, 29 April 1948
Physical Description: 26pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   197/25
Comments: (“Suggestions based on the Lampell-Rose treatment of `Inspector general' ”) by Wald, S Fine, and Henry Koster, 1 May to 3 May 1948
Physical Description: 11pp. 
Box/Folder   197/26
Screenplay: The happy times, by Lampell and Rapp, 7 May 1948
Physical Description: 57pp.; 3pp. 
Note: Incomplete; outline.
Box/Folder   198/1
Screenplay: The happy times, by Harry Kurnitz, 18 May to 8 June 1948
Physical Description: 70pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   198/2
Story Outline: The happy times, by Kurnitz, 14 June 1948
Physical Description: 5pp. 
Box/Folder   198/3
Rev Temp: Happy times, by Kurnitz, 19 June to 6 July 1948
Physical Description: 148pp. 
Box/Folder   198/4
Screenplay: Happy times, by Kurnitz, 17 June to 20 July 1948
Physical Description: 130pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   198/5
Comments: (“Notes and suggestions for `Happy times' ”) by Wald, 20 July 1948
Physical Description: 21pp. 
Box/Folder   198/6
Screenplay: Happy times, by Kurnitz and Rapp, 27 July 1948
Physical Description: 143pp. 
Box/Folder   198/7
Comments: by Rapp, Wald, Fine, Koster, and Kurnitz, 28 July 1948
Physical Description: 8pp. 
Box/Folder   198/8
Screenplay: by Rapp, undated
Physical Description: 59pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   198/9
Final: Happy times, by Kurnitz and Rapp, 7 August with revisions to 13 October 1948
Physical Description: circa 140pp. 
Box/Folder   198/10
Screenplay: by Rapp and Kurnitz, 24 August to 4 September 1948
Physical Description: 58pp (pp 86-end) 
Note: Incomplete (second half of screenplay).
Box/Folder   198/11
Screenplay: (Miscellaneous pages) by Rapp and Kurnitz, 1 September to 18 September 1948
Physical Description: 31pp.; 50pp. 
Note: Incomplete; changes.
Box/Folder   198/12
Screenplay: by Wald, 4 September 1948
Physical Description: 56pp. (pp 89-end) 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   198/13
Comments: (“Changes for `Happy times' ”) by Rapp, 22 September to 23 September 1948
Physical Description: circa 50pp. 
Box/Folder   198/14
Comments: (“Changes for `Happy times' ”) by Rapp, 24 September 1948
Physical Description: circa 25pp. 
Box/Folder   198/15
Screenplay: by Rapp and Wald, 25 September 1948
Physical Description: 57pp. 
Note: Annotated and Incomplete.
Box/Folder   198/16
Comments: (“Changes--`The happy times' ”) by Kurnitz, 5 October 1948 to 7 January 1949
Physical Description: 21pp. 
Box/Folder   198/17
Comments: (“ `Happy times' [added scenes]”) by Rapp, 14 June to 5 July 1949
Physical Description: 29pp. 
International Squadron
Box/Folder   199/1
Temporary: The flight patrol, by Barry Trivers, 21 January 1941
Physical Description: 144pp. 
Box/Folder   199/2
Final: Flight patrol, by Trivers, 21 February to 26 February with revisions to 15 March 1941
Physical Description: circa 110pp. 
Box/Folder   199/3
Rev Final: Flight patrol, by Trivers, 19 March with revisions to 19 July 1941
Physical Description: circa 120pp. 
Invisible Menace
Box/Folder   199/4
Play: Without warning, by Ralph Spenser Zink, 4 June 1937
Physical Description: 107pp. 
Box/Folder   199/5
Temporary: Without warning, by Crane Wilbur, 29 June 1937
Physical Description: 116pp. 
Box/Folder   199/6
Final: Without warning, by Wilbur, 27 July with revisions to 10 August 1937
Physical Description: circa 120pp. 
Invisible Stripes
Box/Folder   199/7
Novel: by Lewis E Lawes. New York, 1938
Physical Description: 315pp. 
Box/Folder   200/1
Story Outline: (“Screen treatment”) by Jonathan Finn, undated
Physical Description: 16pp. 
Box/Folder   200/2
Temporary: by Warren Duff, 1 August 1939
Physical Description: 157pp. 
Box/Folder   200/3
Final: by Duff, 22 August with revisions to 20 October 1939; tag scenes
Physical Description: circa 150pp.; 4pp. 
The Irish in Us
Box/Folder   200/4
Short Story: (“A screen story”) by Frank Orsatti, undated
Physical Description: 15pp. 
Box/Folder   200/5
Treatment: by Malcolm Stuart Boylan, undated
Physical Description: 12pp. 
Note: Annotated and Incomplete
Box/Folder   200/6
Treatment: by Earl Baldwin, 18 December 1934
Physical Description: 18pp. 
Box/Folder   200/7
Treatment: by Baldwin, 11 January 1935
Physical Description: 31pp. 
Box/Folder   200/8
Temporary: by Baldwin, 8 May 1935
Physical Description: 128pp. 
Box/Folder   200/9
Final: by Baldwin, 22 May 1935
Physical Description: 116pp. 
Isle of Fury
Box/Folder   200/10
Temporary: Three in Eden, by Robert D and rews, 1 April 1936
Physical Description: 124pp. 
Box/Folder   200/11
Rev Temp: Three in Eden, by and rews, 18 April 1936
Physical Description: 125pp. 
Box/Folder   200/12
Final: Three in Eden, by and rews and William Jacobs, 10 June with revisions to 20 June 1936
Physical Description: circa 115pp. 
It All Came True
Box/Folder   201/1
Novel: Better than life, by Louis Bromfield, 31 December 1935
Physical Description: 230pp. 
Box/Folder   201/2
Treatment: and it all came true, by Delmer Daves, 20 November 1936
Physical Description: 32pp. 
Box/Folder   201/3
Temporary: and it all came true, by Daves, 22 January 1937
Physical Description: 171pp. 
Box/Folder   201/4
Rev Temp: and it all came true, by Lawrence Kimble, 7 July 1937
Physical Description: 148pp. 
Box/Folder   201/5
Rev Temp 2: and it all came true, by Casey Robinson, 17 September with revisions to 22 September 1937
Physical Description: circa 170pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   201/6
Final: The roaring nineties, by Robinson, 9 February 1939
Physical Description: 140pp. 
It's A Great Feeling
Box/Folder   202/1
Treatment: The gay nineties, by I A L Diamond, undated
Physical Description: 20pp. 
Box/Folder   202/2
Screenplay: The gay nineties, by Diamond, undated
Physical Description: 85pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   202/3
Screenplay: The gay nineties, by Diamond, 22 April 1948; memo from Alex Gottlieb, producer, to J L Warner
Physical Description: 106pp.; 1p. 
Box/Folder   202/4
Screenplay: Two guys of the nineties, no author shown, 12 May 1948
Physical Description: 127pp. 
Box/Folder   202/5
Temporary: Two guys and a gal, by Diamond and Charles Hoffman, 7 June 1948
Physical Description: 106pp. 
Box/Folder   202/6
Rev Temp: Two guys and a gal, by Diamond and Hoffman, 29 June 1948
Physical Description: 106pp. 
Box/Folder   202/7
Story Outline: (“Outline of a suggested treatment”) Two guys from Hollywood, no author shown, 7 July 1948
Physical Description: 7pp. 
Box/Folder   202/8
Final: Two guys and a gal, by Jack Rose and Mel Shavelson, 28 July with revisions to 8 October 1948
Physical Description: circa 107pp. 
It's Love I'm After
Box/Folder   202/9
Screenplay: A gentleman after midnight, by Maurice Hanline, undated
Physical Description: 125pp. 
Box/Folder   202/10
Temporary: Love derby, no author shown, 16 December 1936
Physical Description: 149pp. 
Box/Folder   203/1
Rev Temp: Love derby, by Casey Robinson, 8 March with revisions to 19 March 1937
Physical Description: circa 180pp. 
Box/Folder   203/2
Final: A gentleman after midnight, by Robinson, 1 April with revisions to 14 April 1937
Physical Description: 155pp. 
Box/Folder   203/3
Rev Final: A gentleman after midnight, by Robinson, 16 April with revisions to 3 June 1937
Physical Description: circa 160pp. 
It's Tough to Be Famous
Box/Folder   203/4
Novel: The goldfish bowl, no author shown, 5 November 1931
Physical Description: 269pp. 
Box/Folder   203/5
Treatment: The goldfish bowl, by Robert Lord, undated
Physical Description: circa 35pp. 
Note: Annotated.
Box/Folder   203/6
Temporary: The goldfish bowl, no author shown, 3 December 1931 Part 1
Physical Description: 69pp. 
Box/Folder   203/7
Temporary: The goldfish bowl, by Lord, 9 December 1931 Part 2
Physical Description: 67pp. 
Box/Folder   203/8
Final: The goldfish bowl, by Lord, 16 December 1931
Physical Description: 120pp. 
I've Got Your Number
Box/Folder   204/1
Story Outline: Telephone story, by Robert N Lee and Paul G Smith, 2 August 1933
Physical Description: 8pp. 
Box/Folder   204/2
Story Outline: Hell's bells, no author shown, undated
Physical Description: 15pp. 
Box/Folder   204/3
Treatment: Hell's bells, by William Rankin and Warren B Duff, 1 September 1933
Physical Description: 32pp. 
Box/Folder   204/4
Temporary: Hell's bells, by Duff and Sidney Sutherland, 23 October 1933
Physical Description: 115pp. 
Note: Incomplete.
Box/Folder   204/5
Final: Hell's bells, by Duff and Sutherland, 1 November 1933
Physical Description: 117pp. 
Jailbreak
Box/Folder   204/6
Short Story: Murder in Sing Sing, by Jonathan Finn, 4 November 1935
Physical Description: 68pp. 
Box/Folder   204/7
Treatment: Murder in Sing Sing, by Joseph Hoffman, undated
Physical Description: 17pp. 
Box/Folder   204/8
Screenplay: Murder in Sing Sing, by Hoffman and Robert D and rews, undated
Physical Description: 136pp. 
Box/Folder   204/9
Final: Murder in Sing Sing, by and rews and Hoffman, 8 January 1936
Physical Description: 135pp. 
Box/Folder   204/10
Temporary: Murder in Sing Sing, by and rews and Hoffman, 20 January with revisions to 31 January 1936
Physical Description: circa 180pp. 
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