Mark D. Van Ells Papers and Photographs,

Contents List

Container Title
Series: Part 1, 1956-1972
Subseries: Television
Alias Smith and Jones
“The McCreedy Bust,” #32614
Box   1
Folder   1
Notes, treatments, scripts, November 29, 1970
Box   1
Folder   2
Scripts, December 1-9, 1970
Arrest and Trial
“Some Weeks Are All Mondays,” #23309
Box   1
Folder   3
Notes, treatments
Box   1
Folder   4
Scripts, December 12, 1962 - June 28, 1963
Box   1
Folder   5
Scripts, August 19, 1963 - October 18, 1963
Box   1
Folder   6
Scripts, November 1, 1963 - November 12, 1963
“Tears from a Silver Dipper,” #23319
Box   2
Folder   1
Notes, treatments
Box   2
Folder   2
Scripts, May 20, 1963 - June 26, 1963
Box   2
Folder   3
Script, June 7, 1963
The Bold Ones (The New Doctors)
“The Rebellion of the Body,” #30610
Box   2
Folder   4
Notes, original first draft
Box   2
Folder   5
Scripts, July 23-31, 1964
“The Grand Tour Hypochondriac,” #30617
Box   2
Folder   6
Original, partial script
Box   2
Folder   7
Scripts, June 20, 1969
“First: No Harm to the Patient,” #31403
Box   3
Folder   1
Notes, original scripts
Box   3
Folder   2
Scripts, August 5, 1970 - August 14, 1970
“A Matter of Priorities,” #31410
Box   3
Folder   3
Notes, original scripts
Box   3
Folder   4
Scripts, August 24-27, 1970
“The Heart of the Matter,” #31412
Box   3
Folder   5
Notes, treatment, scripts
“Delicate Balance (Giants Never Kneel),” #31413
Box   4
Folder   1
Notes, original scripts
Box   4
Folder   2
Scripts, July 28-29, 1970
Captain David Grief
“Captain Grief...Pirate”
Box   4
Folder   3
Script, June 1957
“In This Corner...”
Box   4
Folder   4
Notes, treatment, scripts, August 13, 1957
“The Terrible Solomons”
Box   4
Folder   4
Scripts, August 26, 1957
Checkmate
“An Assassin Arrives Andante,” #16201
Box   4
Folder   5
Original script, notes, December 29, 1961
Box   4
Folder   6
Script, December 29, 1961
“In a Foreign Quarter,” #16208
Box   4
Folder   7
Notes, treatment
Box   4
Folder   8
Script, October 19, 1961 - November 2, 1961
“The Heart Is a Handout,” #16233
Box   5
Folder   1
Notes, treatment
Box   5
Folder   2
Script, October 19 - November 2, 1961
Chrysler Theater
“Verdict for Terror,” #27914
Box   5
Folder   3
Notes, original script, December 1966
Cimarron Strip
“The Sound of a Drum,” #1260
Box   5
Folder   4
Notes, treatment, first draft, June 8, 1967
Box   5
Folder   5
Scripts, August 15, 1967 - September 6, 1967
Box   5
Folder   6
Scripts, September 15, 1967 - October 24, 1967
The Coasters (Pilot)
“An Unofficial Taste of Bread”
Box   6
Folder   1
Notes, treatment
Box   6
Folder   2
Scripts, August 19, 1962
The Dakotas
“Gallows at Grand Forks”
Box   6
Folder   3
Notes, treatment, scripts, October 1962
The Detectives
“Saturday Edition,” #4951
Box   6
Folder   4
Notes, treatment, February 19, 1962
Box   6
Folder   5
Scripts, June 26, 1962 - March 1, 1962
Dr. Kildare
“Something of Importance,” #6544
Box   7
Folder   1
Notes, treatment
Box   7
Folder   2
Scripts, March 15, 1962 - March 9, 1962
Errol Flynn Television Theater
Box   7
Folder   4
Correspondence, July 19, 1956, undated
Box   7
Folder   5
Technical Production, Promotion
“First Come, First Loved,” #17
Box   8
Folder   1
Notes, treatment, scripts, October 1956
“Rescued,” #18
Box   8
Folder   2
Scripts, October 1956
“Out of the Blue,” #19
Box   8
Folder   3
Notes, treatment, script, October 1956
“Love Token,” #20
Box   8
Folder   4
Notes, treatment, script, October 1956
“Take the High Road,” #22
Box   8
Folder   5
Notes, treatment, script, October 1956
“Declasse,” #23
Box   8
Folder   6
Notes, original treatment, script, October 1956
“Rustle of Silk”
Box   8
Folder   7
Notes, original treatment, script, October 1956
“Strange Action”
Box   8
Folder   8
Script, August 1956
“My Infallible Uncle”
Box   8
Folder   9
Partial script
Fame Is the Name of the Game
“Giants Do Not Kneel,” #29115
Box   9
Folder   1
Notes, treatment, May 1968
Box   9
Folder   2
Scripts, May 1968
“Breakout to a Fast Buck,” #29182
Box   29
Folder   7
Notes, treatment, December 19, 1968
Box   29
Folder   8
Scripts, January 13-29, 1969
The FBI
“Slow March Up a Steep Hill,” #28121
Box   9
Folder   3
Script, April 7, 1965
“Forests of the Night,” #28121
Box   9
Folder   4
Notes, treatment, March 1965
Follow the Sun
“Babes in the Woods,”
Box   9
Folder   5
Notes, original treatment, rewrite, May 29, 1961
The Greatest Show on Earth
“The Glorious Days of the Used to Be,” #5108-25
Box   9
Folder   6
Notes
Box   9
Folder   6
Treatments, January 24, 1964 - February 3, 1964
Box   9
Folder   7
Scripts
Gunslinger
Box   9
Folder   8
(Untitled): notes, treatment, script
Hawaii Five-0
“Tiger by the Tail,” #0206
Box   10
Folder   1
Notes, treatment, scripts
Box   10
Folder   2
Scripts, June 7-18, 1968
“The Little Crime”
Box   10
Folder   3
Notes, November 10, 1970
Hoodlum Priest (Pilot)
“Dismas House”
Box   10
Folder   4
Notes, treatment, scripts, January 1962
Ironside
“Light at the End of Journey,” #28721
Box   10
Folder   5
Notes, treatment, September 1967
Box   10
Folder   6
Script, September 5, 1967
“An Inside Job,” #28724
Box   10
Folder   6
Notes, treatment, August 21, 1967
Box   10
Folder   7
Scripts
“Girl in the Night,” #28728
Box   11
Folder   1
Notes, scripts
“Memory of an Ice Cream Stick,” #28731
Box   11
Folder   2
Notes, treatment, November 1967
Box   11
Folder   3
Scripts, November 20, 1967
Box   11
Folder   4
Scripts, December 4, 1967
“Barbara Who,” #28739
Box   11
Folder   5
Notes, treatments, script
“Split Second to an Epitaph,” #29304
Box   11
Folder   6
Notes, treatment, script, June, 1968
Box   12
Folder   1
Scripts, May 30, 1968 - June 3, 1968
Box   12
Folder   2
Scripts, June 3, 1968
“Shell Game,” #29309
Box   12
Folder   3
Notes, treatment
Box   12
Folder   4
Scripts, May 16 - 21, 1968
“Side Pocket,” #29316
Box   12
Folder   5
Notes, treatment, script, June 26, 1968
Box   12
Folder   6
Scripts, October 22, 1968
“Sergeant Mike,” #29322
Box   13
Folder   1
Notes, original treatment, July 1968
Box   13
Folder   2
Original treatment, August 13, 1968
Box   13
Folder   3
Scripts, October 21-29, 1968
“Robert Phillips vs. The Man,” #29324
Box   13
Folder   4
Notes, treatment, first draft
Box   13
Folder   5
Scripts, July 30 - August 7, 1968
“And Be My Love,” #29329
Box   14
Folder   1
Notes, treatment
Box   14
Folder   2
Scripts, October 10 - December 23, 1968
“Rundown on a Bum Rap,” #29336
Box   14
Folder   3
Notes, first draft
Box   14
Folder   4
Scripts, November 19 - December 3, 1968
“Moonlight Means Money,” #29339
Box   14
Folder   5
Notes, treatment
Box   14
Folder   6
Scripts, December 23, 1968
“Love My Enemy,” #30101
Box   15
Folder   1
Notes, original treatment
Box   15
Folder   2
Script, July 2, 1969
“Requiem for Yesterday,” #30109
Box   15
Folder   3
Notes, treatment
Box   15
Folder   4
Scripts, May 5-19, 1969
Box   15
Folder   5
Scripts, June 5 - July 15, 1969
Box   15
Folder   6
Script, August 7, 1969
“The Wrong Time, The Wrong Place,” #30118
Box   16
Folder   1
Notes, original treatment
Box   16
Folder   2
Scripts, November 4, 1969
“Fiji” (“Silver Threads Among the Gold”), #30127
Box   16
Folder   3
Notes, treatment
Box   16
Folder   4
Scripts, October 9, 1969
Box   16
Folder   5
Scripts, October 30, 1969
“Little Jerry Jessup,” #30142
Box   16
Folder   6
Notes, treatment, script, November 10, 1970
“Love, Peace, Brotherhood and Murder,” #31003
Box   16
Folder   7
Notes, treatment, script, October 5, 1970
“No Game For Amateurs,” #31004
Box   17
Folder   1
Notes, treatment
Box   17
Folder   2
Scripts, April 20 - June 25, 1970
“Escape,” #31008
Box   17
Folder   3
Notes, original treatment
Box   17
Folder   4
Scripts, September 22 - October 1, 1970
“The Man on the Inside,” #31011
Box   17
Folder   5
Notes, original treatment
Box   17
Folder   6
Scripts, June 1 - August 18, 1970
“The Happy Dreams of Hollow Men”
Box   18
Folder   1
Scripts, February 20 - March 3, 1970
Box   18
Folder   2
Scripts, March 3-20, 1970
“Noel's Gonna Fly,” #31026
Box   18
Folder   3
Notes, treatment
Box   18
Folder   4
Scripts, June 3 - July 6, 1970
“This Could Blow Your Mind,” #31034
Box   18
Folder   5
Notes, original treatment
Box   18
Folder   6
Scripts, September 14-22, 1970
“The Target,” #31042
Box   18
Folder   7
Notes, treatment, script, October 2, 1970
Box   18
Folder   8
Script, October 30 - November 11, 1970
“Walls are Waiting,” #31043
Box   19
Folder   1
Notes, treatment
Box   19
Folder   2
Script, December 22, 1970
“Class of '57,” #32410
Box   19
Folder   3
Notes, original treatment
Box   19
Folder   4
Scripts, February 15-20, 1971
“The Professionals,” #32417
Box   19
Folder   5
Notes, treatment
Box   19
Folder   6
Scripts, August 19 - September 30, 1971
“License to Kill,” #32423
Box   20
Folder   1
Notes, original treatment
Box   20
Folder   2
Scripts, August 19 - September 30, 1971
“No Motive for Murder,” #32428
Box   20
Folder   3
Notes, treatment
Box   20
Folder   4
Scripts, June 22 - July 7, 1971
“Auld Acquaintance,” #32432
Box   20
Folder   5
Original treatment, notes
“Achilles' Heel,” #32435
Box   20
Folder   6
Notes, treatment
Box   20
Folder   7
Scripts, November 23-29, 1971
“The Gambling Game,” #32440
Box   21
Folder   1
Notes, treatment
Box   21
Folder   2
Scripts, July 16-20, 1971
Box   21
Folder   3
Scripts, July 20 - August 4, 1971
“Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Murder,” #32442
Box   21
Folder   4
Notes, treatment
Box   21
Folder   5
Scripts, November 1-10, 1971
“Pomp and Circumstance,” #34703
Box   21
Folder   6
Notes, treatment, script, April 10, 1970
Box   21
Folder   7
Scripts, April 30 - March 11, 1972
“Shadow Soldiers,” #34704
Box   22
Folder   1
Notes, original treatment
Box   22
Folder   2
Scripts, September 14 - October 13, 1972
“Another Shell Game,” #34743
Box   22
Folder   3
Notes, treatment
Box   22
Folder   4
Scripts, November 30 - December 20, 1972
“The Gambling Game,” #81465
Box   22
Folder   5
Notes, “sarge script”
Box   22
Folder   6
Scripts, May 7 - June 11, 1971
Box   22
Folder   7
Scripts, June 11-23, 1971
“Ironsides/The Doctors” Untitled
Box   22
Folder   8
Notes, treatment, May 10, 1972
“The Man Who Stole Alcatraz”
Box   23
Folder   1
Notes, July 12, 1971
“Mission to Washington”
Box   23
Folder   2
Notes, July 12, 1971
It Takes a Thief
“The Spy Who Came in from the Old,” #30724
Box   23
Folder   3
Notes, treatment
Box   23
Folder   4
Scripts, October 8-20, 1969
“To Lure a Man,” #30728
Box   23
Folder   5
Notes, treatment, script, October 24, 1969
“Fortune City,” #30734
Box   23
Folder   6
Correspondence, notes, treatment, script
Box   23
Folder   7
Scripts, December 4-26, 1969
“To Catch a Code”
Box   23
Folder   8
Notes, treatment, October 1968
Jericho
“A Switch in Time,” #5832
Box   23
Folder   9
Notes, treatment
Box   24
Folder   1
Scripts, June 30 - October 2, 1966
Box   24
Folder   2
Part II, notes, treatment, script
“All the King's Nurses”
Box   24
Folder   3
Notes, treatment, October 26, 1966
Jigsaw
“Deep Plant”
Box   24
Folder   4
Notes, Script, January 18, 1972
The Lieutenant
“Between Music and Laughter,” #7129
Box   24
Folder   5
Notes, treatment
Box   24
Folder   6
Scripts, September 9-18, 1963
“Green Water, Green Flag,” #7140
Box   25
Folder   1
Notes, treatment
Box   25
Folder   2
Scripts, October 28, 1963 - November 11, 1963
“Lament for a Dead Goldbrick,” #7152
Box   25
Folder   3
Notes, treatment, script, January 11, 1964
Box   25
Folder   4
Script, January 14-15, 1964
The Long Hot Summer
“The Warning”
Box   25
Folder   5
Notes, treatment, script, May 1965
Longstreet
“Bridge to Oblivion”
Box   25
Folder   6
Notes, treatment
Box   25
Folder   7
Scripts, note, June 1, 1971 - September 2, 1971
A Man Called Shenandoah
“Days of Faded Glory”
Box   26
Folder   1
Notes, treatment, December 1965
Matinee Theatre
“The Elopement”
Box   7
Folder   3
Script
Matt Lincoln
“Yumiko,” #31902
Box   26
Folder   2
Notes, treatment
Box   26
Folder   3
Scripts, July 30, 1970 - August 10, 1970
Box   26
Folder   4
Script, August 17, 1970
“Lori,” #31922
Box   26
Folder   5
Notes, original script, and later revisions
Box   26
Folder   6
Scripts, August 5-25, 1970
“Karen,” #31924
Box   27
Folder   1
Notes, original script, treatment
Box   27
Folder   2
Scripts, October 16 - November 25, 1970
“Jimmy,” #31928
Box   27
Folder   3
Notes, treatment
Box   27
Folder   4
Script, November 23, 1970
McCloud
“The Park Avenue Rustlers,” #35307
Box   27
Folder   5
Notes, treatment
Box   27
Folder   6
Scripts, July 6-26, 1972
McMillan and Wife
“I Hate a Parade,” #33216
Box   28
Folder   1
Notes, treatment, scripts, November 1971
“The Image”
Box   28
Folder   2
Notes, story, August 18, 1972
Medical Center
“A Duel with Doom,” #6876
Box   28
Folder   3
Notes, treatment
Box   28
Folder   4
Scripts, November 10 - December 12, 1969
Mission: Impossible
“The Town,” #60046
Box   28
Folder   5
Notes, treatment
Box   28
Folder   6
Scripts, December 11-20, 1967
“Trial by Fury,” #60049
Box   28
Folder   7
Notes, treatment
Box   28
Folder   8
Scripts, January 19-24, 1968
Naked City
“Make Believe Man,” #4077
Box   29
Folder   1
Notes, treatment, script, April 14, 1961
“Sweet Prince of Delaney Street,” #4112
Box   29
Folder   2
Notes, treatment
Box   29
Folder   3
Scripts, May 13, 1961
“Good-by Mama - Hello Auntie Maud,” #4231
Box   29
Folder   4
Notes treatment
Box   29
Folder   5
Script, January 1962
“An Economy of Death,”
Box   29
Folder   6
Notes, treatment, script, April 3, 1961
Perry Mason
“The Case of the Runaway Racer,” #0832
Box   29
Folder   9
Notes, treatment
Box   30
Folder   1
Script, March 1965
“The Case of the Gallant Grafter,” #96
Box   30
Folder   2
Notes, various treatments
Box   30
Folder   3
Notes, various treatments
Box   30
Folder   4
Scripts, December 8, 1959
“The Case of the Keen-Eyed Quarry,” #99
Box   30
Folder   5
Notes, treatment, scripts, January 19, 1960
“The Case of the Nimble Nephew,” #105
Box   30
Folder   6
Notes, treatment, March 17, 1960
“The Case of the Larcenous Lady,” #118
Box   31
Folder   1
Notes, treatment, October 15, 1960
“The Case of the Difficult Detour,” #127
Box   31
Folder   2
Notes, treatment
Box   31
Folder   3
Script, February 14, 1961
“The Case of the Misfit Marine”
Box   31
Folder   4
Notes, treatment, August 9, 1965
Pit Stop (Pilot)
Box   31
Folder   5
Notes, treatment, October 1964
Rawhide
“The Execution,” #2704-0903
Box   32
Folder   1
Notes, treatment, April 1964
Box   32
Folder   2
Scripts
“Nobody Calls Me Mister,” #2704-9023
Box   32
Folder   3
Notes, treatment
Box   32
Folder   4
Script, December 1964
“Touch of Glory”
Box   32
Folder   5
Notes, treatment, June 1964
Reservation for Two (Pilot)
Box   32
Folder   6
Notes, correspondence, treatment, April 11, 1973
San Francisco International Airport
“Hostage,” #32010
Box   32
Folder   7
Notes, treatment
Box   32
Folder   8
Script, August 3, 1970
“The Tower”
Box   32
Folder   9
Notes, November 10, 1970
Stark (Pilot). Variant title:International Airport
“Shake the Mountain, Hear the Thunder”
Box   33
Folder   1
Notes, treatment
Box   33
Folder   2
Script, August 20, 1964
Michael Shayne
“Murder and the Wanton Bride”
Box   33
Folder   3
Notes, treatment, script, July 1960
Box   33
Folder   4
“Michael Shayne,” sample script, undated
Shotgun Slade
“Sudden Death”
Box   33
Folder   5
Correspondence, notes, script, October 28, 1959
Straight Away
“The Heist”
Box   33
Folder   6
Notes, treatment, script, undated
“The Nobles Oblige”
Box   33
Folder   7
Notes, treatment, script, July 1961
The Temptest Tost (Pilot)
Box   33
Folder   8
Notes, treatment, undated
The Untouchables
“The Man Killer”
Box   34
Folder   1
Notes, scripts, June 26, 1961
“Monkey Wrench”
Box   34
Folder   2
Notes, treatment
Box   34
Folder   3
Script, April 9, 1962
“Take Over”
Box   34
Folder   4
Notes, treatment
Box   34
Folder   5
Scripts, May 25, 1961
The Verdict Is Yours
“Fillmore vs. Arden”
Box   35
Folder   1
Notes, treatment, August 4, 1960
“Hawthorne vs. Reynolds”
Box   35
Folder   2-3
Notes, treatment, January 20, 1961
The Virginian
“Far Side of the Mountain,” #26226
Box   35
Folder   4
Notes, treatment
Box   35
Folder   5
Scripts, October 5-15, 1965
“To Bear Witness,” #28512
Box   35
Folder   6
Notes, treatment, script, April 24 - May 23, 1967
Box   35
Folder   7
Script, May 10 - June 5, 1967
“The Fortress,” #28528
Box   36
Folder   1
Notes, treatment, script, September 1967
“Long Shot at Cheyenne”
Box   36
Folder   2
Notes, treatment, December 1966
“The Tender Youth of Ugly Dreams,” #26220
Box   36
Folder   3
Script, January 1966
“Town in a Tight Grip”
Box   36
Folder   4
Notes, November 1965
“The Trail to Nowhere Mountain,” #27822
Box   36
Folder   5
Notes, treatment
Box   36
Folder   6
Scripts, June 1961 - July 22, 1966
Box   36
Folder   7
Scripts, August 3, 1966
“A Welcoming Town,” #27848
Box   37
Folder   1
Notes, treatment, script, January 1967
“Yesterday's Time Piece,” #27831
Box   37
Folder   2
Scripts, October 25 - November 14, 1966
Box   37
Folder   3
Notes, original treatment
The Wide Country
“What are Friends For,” #17414
Box   37
Folder   4
Notes, scripts, July 3-17, 1962
Box   37
Folder   5
Scripts, August 24-31, 1962
Young Doctor Kildare
“House Call,” #3614
Box   37
Folder   6
Notes, treatment, September 11, 1972
“Strike”
Box   37
Folder   7
Notes, story, May 15, 1972
The Young Rebels
“The Understanding,” #3401
Box   38
Folder   1
Notes, treatment, script
“Pieces in a Chess Game,” #3417
Box   38
Folder   2
Notes, treatment, script
Subseries: Motion Pictures - Produced
Ready for the People (WB, 1964)
Note: Cast: Simon Oakland, Everett Sloane, Ann Helm
Box   39
Folder   1
Research materials, September 1962
Box   39
Folder   2
Scripts, August 26 - September 18, 1962
The Biggest Bundle of Them All (MGM, 1968)
Note: Cast: Raquel Welch, Robert Wagner, Godfrey Cambridge, Vittorio de Sica, Edward G. Robinson
Box   39
Folder   3
Correspondence, notes, September 1964
Box   39
Folder   4
Script, September 1964
Thunder Alley (AIP, 1967)
Note: Cast: Annette Funicello, Fabian, Diane McBain
Box   39
Folder   5
Notes, treatment
Box   40
Folder   1-2
Script
Wild in the Streets (AIP, 1968)
Note: Cast: Shelley Winters, Christopher Jones
Box   40
Folder   3
Notes, treatment
Box   40
Folder   4
Script (rejected), December 14, 1966
Box   40
Folder   5
Script (rejected), March 3, 1967
Subseries: Motion Pictures - Unproduced
Take My Son Into the Business
Box   41
Folder   1
Correspondence, notes, treatment
Box   41
Folder   2
Script, December 15, 1967
Box   41
Folder   3
Script, January 1, 1968
Come to My Funeral
Box   41
Folder   4
Original notes, treatment, April 1968
Box   41
Folder   5
Script
Box   41
Folder   6
Final script, April 1968
Maharlika (Usvarts, Philippine Islands)
Box   42
Folder   1
Notes, treatment, research material, February 1969
Box   42
Folder   2-4
Script, February 8, 1969
Box   42
Folder   5
Script, February 16, 1969
Box   42
Folder   6-7
Script, February 23-27, 1969
Series: Part 2, 1972-1974
Subseries: Television - Produced
Born Free
Note: David Gerber Productions in association with Columbia Pictures Television. 1974. Original telecast on NBC.
“Elephant Trouble,” #183708
Box   43
Folder   1
Story Synopsis, by Sy Salkowitz, March 11, 1974
Box   43
Folder   1
Notes, March 26, 1974
Script, by Sy Salkowitz
First Draft
Box   43
Folder   1
March 25, 1974
Box   43
Folder   1
Revised, March 28, 1974
Box   43
Folder   1
Revised, April 8, 1974
Box   43
Folder   2
Revised, April 9, 1974
Box   43
Folder   2
Second Draft, April 23, 1974
Box   43
Folder   2
Final Draft, Revised, June 3, 1974
Box   43
Folder   2
Retrospective, July 8, 1974
“Death of a Hunter,” #183710
Box   43
Folder   3
Story Synopsis, “Death of an Elephant Hunter,” by Nina Laemmele, March 5, 1974
Box   43
Folder   3
Notes, Comments, March 28-August 4, 1974
Script, by Sy Salkowitz and story by Nina Laemmele
First Draft
Box   43
Folder   3
May 1, 1974
Box   43
Folder   4
May 9, 1974
Box   43
Folder   4
Final Draft, June 6, 1974
Box   43
Folder   4
Retrospective, July 8, 1974
Chopper One
Note: Spelling-Goldberg Productions. 1974. Original telecast on ABC.
“The Boy Who Cried Wolf,” #VO4
Box   43
Folder   5
Notes, November 6-21, 1973
Box   43
Folder   5
Script, First Draft, Revised, The Chopper Cops, by Ronald Austin and James David Buchanan, October 19, 1973
Box   43
Folder   5
Story Outline, The Chopper Cops, by Sy Salkowitz, November 8, 1973
Box   43
Folder   5
Script, The Chopper Cops, by Sy Salkowitz, November 14, 1973
Box   43
Folder   5
Revisions, November 22, 1973
Script, by Sy Salkowitz
Second Draft, Revised
Box   43
Folder   6
November 26, 1973
Box   43
Folder   6
November 29, 1973
Box   43
Folder   6
Final Draft, December 20, 1973
Hawkins
Note: MGM-TV. 1973-1974. Original telecast on CBS.
“The Looking Glass Murder,” #4103
Box   44
Folder   1
Notes, June 26-July 27, 1973
Box   44
Folder   1
Story Synopsis, Hawkins on Murder, by Sy Salkowitz, July 3, 1973
Box   44
Folder   1
Revised Story Synopsis, Hawkins on Murder, by Sy Salkowitz, July 7, 1973
Box   44
Folder   1
Script, First Draft, Hawkins on Murder, by Sy Salkowitz, July 23, 1973
Box   44
Folder   1
Notes From Producer, July 25-31, 1973
Box   44
Folder   1
Revised Pages of First Draft Script, undated
Script, Revised First Draft, by Sy Salkowitz
Box   44
Folder   2
July 30, 1973
Box   44
Folder   2
August 3, 1973
Box   44
Folder   2
Revised Pages From Producer, August 16, 1973
Box   44
Folder   3
Script, Final Draft, by Sy Salkowitz, September 4, 1973
Box   44
Folder   3
Retrospective, July 8, 1974
Ironside
Note: Harbour Productions and Universal Television in association with NBC-TV. 1967-1975. Original telecast on NBC.
“A Game of Showdown,” #34707
Box   44
Folder   4
Notes, December 27, 1972-January 11, 1973
Box   44
Folder   4
Story Synopsis, Second Draft, by Mann Rubin, April 20, 1972
Box   44
Folder   4
Script, Second Draft, by Mann Rubin, April 20, 1972
Box   44
Folder   4
Script, Rewrite, by Mann Rubin and Sy Salkowitz, January 2, 1973
Box   44
Folder   4
Notes on Conference, January 5, 1973
Box   44
Folder   5
Script, by Mann Rubin and Sy Salkowitz, January 10, 1973
Box   44
Folder   5
Script, by Mann Rubin, Sy Salkowitz, and Norman Jolley, January 25, 1973
Box   44
Folder   5
Retrospective, July 8, 1974
“Fragile Is the House of Cards,” #34737
Box   44
Folder   6
Notes, September 27-October 18, 1972
Box   44
Folder   6
Story Synopsis, by Sy Salkowitz, October 9, 1972
Script, by Sy Salkowitz
Box   44
Folder   6
October 9, 1972
Box   44
Folder   6
October 19, 1972
Box   44
Folder   7
October 20, 1972
Box   44
Folder   7
Second Revision, May 10, 1973
Box   44
Folder   7
Retrospective, July 8, 1974
“Murder by One,” #37216
Box   45
Folder   1
Notes, February 12, 1973; undated
Box   45
Folder   1
Script, Revised Second Draft, by David H. Vowell, Annotated, July 13, 1972
Script, by David H. Vowell and Sy Salkowitz
Box   45
Folder   2
Rewrite, February 15, 1973
Box   45
Folder   2
June 20, 1973
Box   45
Folder   2
June 20, 1973
Box   45
Folder   2
Retrospective, July 8, 1974
Nakia
Note: David Gerber Productions, Inc. in association with Columbia Pictures Television. 1974. Original telecast on ABC.
Pilot
Box   45
Folder   3
Notes, December 31, 1973-February 11, 1974; undated
Box   45
Folder   3
Script, First Draft, Parker, by Christopher Trumbo and Michael Butler, December 18, 1973
Box   45
Folder   3
Script, Parker, by Christopher Trumbo, Michael Butler, and Sy Salkowitz, January 7, 1974
Box   45
Folder   4
Script, Revised, Parker, by Christopher Trumbo, Michael Butler, and Sy Salkowitz, January 8, 1974
Box   45
Folder   4
Script, Akia, by Christopher Trumbo, Michael Butler, and Sy Salkowitz, February 4, 1974
Box   45
Folder   5
Script, Final Draft, Akia, by Christopher Trumbo, Michael Butler, and Sy Salkowitz, February 4, 1974
Box   45
Folder   5
Script, Revised Final Draft, Akia, by Christopher Trumbo, Michael Butler, and Sy Salkowitz, February 6, 1974
Box   45
Folder   6
Script, Revised Final Draft, Akia, by Christopher Trumbo, Michael Butler, and Sy Salkowitz, February 7, 1974
Box   45
Folder   6
Prospectus, Nakia, by Sy Salkowitz, April 16, 1974
Box   45
Folder   6
Summary, Nakia, June 10, 1974
Box   45
Folder   6
Retrospective, August 4, 1974
Police Story
Note: David Gerber Productions in association with Screen Gems, Inc. A made for TV movie. 1973 Original telecast on NBC.
Pilot, #162015
Box   46
Folder   1
Script, Final Draft, by E. Jack Neuman, December 12, 1972-February 6, 1973
Police Story
Note: David Gerber Productions in association with Columbia Pictures Television and NBC-TV. 1973- . Original telecast on NBC.
“The Hunters,” #183109 (a Metro Squad episode)
Box   46
Folder   2
Notes and Correspondence, December 4, 1973-January 18, 1974; undated
Box   46
Folder   3
Reference Script, Final Draft, “Ear To The Ground”/“Requiem for an Informer,” by Sy Salkowitz, July 25, 1973
Script, by Sy Salkowitz
Box   46
Folder   3
December 12, 1973
Box   46
Folder   3
Revised First Drafts, December 21, 1973
Box   46
Folder   4
Final Draft, December 27, 1973-January 17, 1974
Box   46
Folder   4
Retrospective, July 8, 1974
“Requiem for an Informer,” #183508
Box   46
Folder   5
Story Behind Police Story, by Joseph Wambaugh, undated
Box   46
Folder   5
Notes, July 2-18, 1973
Box   46
Folder   5
Story Synopsis, “Ear to the Ground,” by Sy Salkowitz, July 6-13, 1973
Script, “Ear to the Ground,” by Sy Salkowitz
Box   46
Folder   5
First Draft, July 13, 1973
Box   46
Folder   5
Revised First Draft, July 18, 1973
Box   46
Folder   5
Revised Pages, undated
Box   47
Folder   1
First Draft, July 20, 1973
Box   47
Folder   1
July 24, 1973
Box   47
Folder   1
Revised Pages, July 29, 1973
Box   47
Folder   1
Final Draft, July 25-August 13, 1973
Box   47
Folder   1
Retrospective, July 8, 1974
“Death on Credit,” #183515
Box   47
Folder   2
Notes, July 18-September 4, 1974
Box   47
Folder   2
Story Synopsis, “Charge It,” by Sy Salkowitz, July 25, 1973
Script, “Charge It,” by Sy Salkowitz
Box   47
Folder   2
First Draft, August 3, 1973
Box   47
Folder   2
Revised First Draft, August 14, 1973
Box   47
Folder   3
First Draft, August 24, 1973
Box   47
Folder   3
Final Draft, September 11, 1973
Box   47
Folder   3
Revised Pages, September 20, 1973
Box   47
Folder   3
Revised Final Draft, September 27, 1973
Box   47
Folder   3
Retrospective, July 8, 1974
“Cop in the Middle,” #183518
Box   47
Folder   4
Notes, October 2-19, 1973; n.d
Box   47
Folder   4
Story Synopsis, “Whiplash,” by Sy Salkowitz, September 14, 1973
Script, “Whiplash,” by Sy Salkowitz
Box   47
Folder   4
First Draft, October 9, 1973
Box   47
Folder   4
Second Draft, October 26, 1973
Box   47
Folder   4
Second Draft Master Script, October 26, 1973
Box   47
Folder   5
Revised, October 29, 1973
Box   47
Folder   5
Final Draft, November 1, 1973
Box   47
Folder   5
Retrospective, July 8, 1973
“The Story of J.D. (Country Boy) Crawford,” #183522
Box   48
Folder   1
Script, Final Draft, “The Story of J.D. (Cowboy) Crawford,” by Michael Donovan, December 3, 1973
Box   48
Folder   1
Notes, December 13-31, 1973
Script, “The Story of J.D. (Cowboy) Crawford,” by Michael Donovan and Sy Salkowitz
Box   48
Folder   1
First Draft Rewrite, December 16, 1973
Box   48
Folder   2
Revised, December 18, 1973
Box   48
Folder   2
Revised Final Draft, December 17, 1973
Box   48
Folder   2
January 2, 1974
Box   48
Folder   2
Retrospective, July 8, 1974
“Fingerprint,” #183524
Box   48
Folder   3
Notes, November 26-December 22, 1973
Box   48
Folder   3
Story Synopsis, by Sy Salkowitz, November 28, 1973
Box   48
Folder   3
Script, First Draft, by Sy Salkowitz, December 24, 1973
Box   48
Folder   4
Notes from Joseph Wambaugh, undated
Script, by Sy Salkowitz
Box   48
Folder   4
First Draft, December 26, 1973
Box   48
Folder   4
Final Draft, January 7, 1974
Box   48
Folder   4
Retrospective, July 8, 1974
“Glamour Boy,” #183540 (a Metro Squad episode)
Box   48
Folder   5
Notes, March 31, 1974; undated
Box   48
Folder   5
Story Synopsis, by Sy Salkowitz, April 2, 1974
Script, by Sy Salkowitz
Box   48
Folder   5
First Draft, April 11, 1974
Box   48
Folder   5
Revised, April 18, 1974
Box   49
Folder   1
Revised, April 22, 1974
Box   49
Folder   1
Final Draft, Revised, May 21, 1974
Box   49
Folder   1
Retrospective, July 8, 1974
“Locker Number 207,” #183546 (a Metro Squad episode)
Box   49
Folder   2
Notes, May 17-June 19, 1974
Box   49
Folder   2
Story Synopsis, by Sy Salkowitz, May 29, 1974
Script, by Sy Salkowitz
Box   49
Folder   2
First Draft, June 7, 1974
Box   49
Folder   2
June 13, 1974
Box   49
Folder   3
Revised, June 24, 1974
Box   49
Folder   3
Final Draft, June 24, 1974
Box   49
Folder   3
Retrospective, July 8, 1974
The Rookies
Note: Spelling/Goldberg Productions. 1972- . Original telecast on ABC.
“The Late Mr. Brent,” #W42
Box   49
Folder   4
Notes, October 28, 1970-October 8, 1973
Story Synopsis, by Sy Salkowitz
Box   49
Folder   4
November 2, 1970
Box   49
Folder   4
August 13, 1973
Box   49
Folder   4
Revised, August 20, 1973
Script, by Sy Salkowitz
Box   49
Folder   4
First Draft, September 24, 1973
Box   49
Folder   5
October 15, 1973
Box   49
Folder   5
Final Draft, November 16, 1973
Box   49
Folder   5
Revised, November 21, 1973
Box   49
Folder   5
Retrospective, July 8, 1974
The Six Million Dollar Man
Note: Universal Television. 1973- . Original telecast on ABC.
“Operation Firefly,” #40016
Box   49
Folder   6
Notes, November 24-December 7, 1973
Box   49
Folder   6
Story Synopsis, by Sy Salkowitz, November 26, 1973
Script, by Sy Salkowitz
Box   49
Folder   6
First Draft, December 3, 1973
Box   49
Folder   6
Second Draft, December 7, 1973
Box   49
Folder   6
Final Draft, December 10, 1973
Revised, by Rick Hardman, Sy Salkowitz, and Lionel E. Siegal
Box   50
Folder   1
December 20, 1973
Box   50
Folder   1
December 26, 1973
Box   50
Folder   1
December 28, 1973
Box   50
Folder   1
Retrospective, July 8, 1974
Subseries: Television - Unproduced
Chopper One
“Bus Story”
Box   50
Folder   2
Story Synopsis, by Sy Salkowitz, October 31, 1973
Box   50
Folder   2
Retrospective, July 8, 1974
Ironside
“All Week Is Sunday,” #37204
Box   50
Folder   3
Notes, January 9-July 3, 1973; undated
Box   50
Folder   3
Story Synopsis, “Retirement,” by Sy Salkowitz, January 24, 1973
Box   50
Folder   3
Revised Story Synopsis, “The Thousand Dollar Bill,” by Sy Salkowitz, February 20, 1973
Script, by Sy Salkowitz
Box   50
Folder   3
First Draft, June 27, 1973
Box   50
Folder   3
Revisions, July 5, 1973
Box   50
Folder   3
Final Draft, July 6, 1973
Box   50
Folder   3
Retrospective, July 8, 1974
“Operation Rehab”
Box   50
Folder   4
Story Synopsis, “Dan Harmon, Troubleshooter,” by Cy Chermak, November 28, 1972
Box   50
Folder   4
Notes, November 28-December 10, 1972
Box   50
Folder   4
Story Synopsis, “Dan Harmon, Troubleshooter,” by Cy Chermak and Sy Salkowitz, December 11, 1972
Box   50
Folder   4
Retrospective, July 8, 1974
Series: Part 3, 1961-1982
Subseries: Television - Produced
America Salutes Richard Rodgers (Special)
Note: A 20th Century-Fox presentation in association with Talent Associates and Smith-Hemion Productions. 1976. Originally telecast on CBS.
“The Sound of His Music”
Box   51
Folder   1
Script, no author listed, August, 19, 1976, with later revisions
Billy
Note: John Rich Productions. 1979. Originally telecast on CBS.
“Billy Liar”
Box   51
Folder   2
Script, by Dick Clement
Box   51
Folder   2
Second Draft, October 28, 1977
Box   51
Folder   3
Final Draft, February 15, 1978
Box   51
Folder   4
Second Draft, revised, August 1, 1978
Box   51
Folder   5
Final Draft, August 28, 1978
“The Letter,” #BL-2
Box   51
Folder   6
Second Draft Script, by Dick Clement and Ian LaFrenais, December 1, 1978
“The Masked Doctor,” #1324
Box   51
Folder   7
Second Draft Script, by Clement and LaFrenais, December 1, 1978
“Brief Encounter,” #1325
Box   51
Folder   8
Second Draft Script, by Clement and LaFrenais, December 6, 1978
“Computer Dating,” #1334
Box   51
Folder   9
Second Draft Script, by Louis Del Grande and David Barlow, January 9, 1979
“Fathers and Sons,” #1343
Box   51
Folder   10
Second Draft Script, by Clement and LaFrenais, December 15, 1978
“The Prize,” #1344
Box   51
Folder   11
Second Draft Script, by Clement and LaFrenais, January 31, 1979
Christmas Miracle in Caulfield, U.S.A.
Note: Television Movie. 20th Century-Fox. 1977. Originally telecast on NBC. Alternate title: A Christmas Eve Disaster.
Box   51
Folder   12
Revised Script, by Dalene Young, #6999, September 24, 1977
Box   51
Folder   13
Script, by Young, undated
A Circle of Children
Note: Dramatic Special. Edgar J. Scherick Productions, Inc., in association with 20th Century-Fox Television. 1977. Originally telecast on CBS.
Box   51
Folder   14
Script, by Steven Gethers, May 26, 1976
The Day Christ Died
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   52
Folder   1
First Draft Script, #1085, by James Lee Barrett, April 24, 1978
Box   52
Folder   2
Second Draft Script, by Barrett, July 11, 1978
The Devlin Connection
Note: Nightwatch Productions and Viacom Productions. 1981. Originally telecast on CBS.
“Claudine,” #30-81-01
Box   52
Folder   3
Final Draft Script, revised, by John Wilder, September 15, 1981
Box   52
Folder   4
Story Outline, New Opening, and Proposed Added Scenes, August-September 1982
“Allison,” #30-81-02
Box   52
Folder   5
Final Draft Script, by Anne Collins, September 1, 1981, with later revisions
Box   52
Folder   6
Notes on Script, September 23, 30, 1982
“Erica,” #30-81-04
Box   52
Folder   7
Notes on Script, August 23, September 29, 1982
Box   52
Folder   8
Final Draft Script, revised, by Peter Lefcourt, October 12, 1981, with later revisions
“Jennifer,” #30-81-05
Box   52
Folder   9
Final Draft Script, revised, by Frank Furino, October 8, 1981, with later revisions
Box   52
Folder   10
Notes on Script, August 26, September 29, 1982
“Ring of Kings, Ring of Thieves,” #30-81-05
Box   52
Folder   11
First Draft Script, revised, by Rudolph Borchert, March 23, 1982
Box   52
Folder   12
Final Draft Script, by Borchert, March 30, 1982, with later revisions
“The Corpse in the Corniche,” #30-81-06
Box   52
Folder   13
First Draft Script, revised, by Howard Berk, March 24, 1982
Box   52
Folder   14
Final Draft Script, by Berk, April 8, 1982, with later revisions
“The French Detective,” #30-81-07
Box   52
Folder   15
First Draft Script, by Rodman and Gould, April 12, 1982
Box   52
Folder   16
Final Draft Script, by Rodman and Gould, April 21, 1982, with later revisions
“The Absolute Monarch of Ward C,” #30-81-09
Box   53
Folder   1
Second Draft Script, by Michael Sloan, April 28, 1982
Box   53
Folder   2
Final Draft Script, by Michael Sloan, May 7, 1982, with later revisions
“Of Nuns and Other Black Birds,” Alternate title: “More Than Diamonds”, #30-81-08
Box   53
Folder   3
Second Draft Script, by Robb Gilmer, April 27, 1982
Box   53
Folder   4
Final Draft Script, by Gilmer, May 18, 1982
Box   53
Folder   5
Final Draft Script, by Gilmer, May 18, 1982, with later revisions
“Arsenic and Old Caviar,” #30-81-10
Box   53
Folder   6
Final Draft Script, by Rudolph Borchert, May 18, 1982, with later revisions
“Brian and Nick,” #30-81-11
Box   53
Folder   7
Final Draft Script, by Cliff Gould, June 6, 1982
“Lady on the Billboard,” #30-81-12
Box   53
Folder   8
Final Draft Script, by Howard Rodman, June 23, 1982
“Point Dume,” #30-81-13
Box   53
Folder   9
First Draft Script, by Gordon Trueblood, July 6, 1982
“Love, Sex, Sin and Death...at Point Dume,” #30-81-13
Box   53
Folder   10
Final Draft Script, by Guerdon Trueblood, July 8, 1982
“Frame,” #30-81-14
Box   53
Folder   11
First Draft Script, by Trueblood, October 1, 1982
“Is Harry Larrabee Still Dead?” #30-81-15
Box   53
Folder   12
First Draft Script, by Cliff Gould, October 2, 1982
“Ghosts, Castles and Ice”
Box   53
Folder   13
First Draft Script, by Trueblood, October 18, 1982
“Safari”
Box   53
Folder   14
First Draft Story Outline, by Gould, November 11, 1982
“The Princess in the Tower”
Box   53
Folder   15
Draft Script, by Robert van Scoyk, November 12, 1982
Box   54
Folder   1
Outline, by van Scoyk, undated
“Four Easy Pieces”
Box   54
Folder   2
Story Outline and First Draft Script, by Cliff Gould, undated
Dinah!
Note: Winchester Productions. 1974. Syndicated.
Box   54
Folder   3
Outlines for Two Programs, #2022 and #2027, undated
Fighting Nightingales (Alternate title?: The Nurses)
Note: 20th Century-Fox Film Corporation. 1978. Originally telecast on CBS.
Box   54
Folder   4
Character Breakdown, circa 1977
“The Nurses”
Box   54
Folder   5
First Draft Script, by Woody Kling, January 13, 1977
Box   54
Folder   6
Second Draft Script, annotated, by Kling, February 3, 1977
Box   54
Folder   7
Script, by Kling, February 7, 1977
“Nurse Corps!” #6979
Box   54
Folder   8
Revised Final Draft Script, by Kling, Dawn Aldredge, Marion Freeman, and Jim Parker, March 16, 1977
Box   54
Folder   9
Second Revised Final Draft Script, by Kling, Aldredge, Freeman, and Parker, March 18, 1977
Box   54
Folder   10
Revised Shooting Final Script, by Kling, Aldredge, Freeman, and Parker, March 19, 1977
“The Fighting Nightingales”
Box   54
Folder   11
First Draft Script by Allen Uger and Barry Sand, August 29, 1977
Box   54
Folder   12
First Draft Script, by Uger and Sand, September 1, 1977
Box   54
Folder   13
Second Draft Script, by Uger and Sand, September 19, 1977
Box   54
Folder   14
Revised Final Script, by Uger and Sand, October 16, 1977
“The Nurses”
Box   54
Folder   15
Script, no author listed, circa 1977
Box   54
Folder   16
Script, by Woody Kling, undated
Five-Finger Discount
Note: Children's Special. Nancy Malone Productions in association with 20th Century-Fox Television. 1977. Originally telecast on NBC
Box   54
Folder   17
Plot Synopsis, by Nancy Malone, circa 1976
Box   54
Folder   18
Synopsis, by Jerry McNeely, September 22, 1976
Box   54
Folder   19
First Draft Script, by McNeely, February 23, 1977
Box   54
Folder   20
Final Draft Script, by McNeely, July 11, 1977
A Guide for the Married Woman
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   54
Folder   21
First Draft Script, by Frank Tarloff, June 9, 1978
Box   55
Folder   1
Final Draft Script, by Tarloff, August 1, 1978, with later revisions
Hagen
Note: 1979. Production Information Unknown
Box   55
Folder   2
First Draft Script, by Charles Larson and Frank Glicksman, August 17, 1978
Box   55
Folder   3
Final Draft Script, #1315, by Larson, January 10, 1979
Heroes of Rock and Roll
Note: Special. 1978. Production Information Unknown
Box   55
Folder   4
Narration Script, by Malcolm Leo, Andrew Solt, and Sam Egan, November 10, 1978
Box   55
Folder   5
Final Script, as-aired, by Leo, Solt, and Egan, January 15, 1979
Husbands, Wives, and Lovers (Alternate title: Husbands and Wives)
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television in association with the CBS Television Network. 1978. Originally telecast on CBS.
Box   55
Folder   6
Preliminary Tape Budget for Pilot, December 21, 1976
Box   55
Folder   7
Revised Shooting Schedule for 1978
Box   55
Folder   8
Miscellaneous, 1976-1977
Pilot Script, by Hal Dresner and Joan Rivers, #6936
Box   55
Folder   9
First Draft, September 1976
Box   55
Folder   10
First Draft, October 1, 1976
Box   55
Folder   11
Revised First Draft, October 29, 1976
Box   55
Folder   12
Second Draft, January 12, 1977
Box   55
Folder   13
Revised Second Draft, January 18, 1977
Box   56
Folder   1
Final Draft, January 28, 1977
Box   56
Folder   2
Revised Third Draft, January 29, 1977
Box   56
Folder   3
Final Draft, Third Revision, February 7, 1977
Box   56
Folder   4
Final Draft, Third Revision, February 9, 1977
Box   56
Folder   5
Revised Pages, February 9, 1977
“Happy Honeymoon”
Box   56
Folder   6
First Draft Script, by Norman Panama, October 20, 1977
“Murray, the Witness”
Box   56
Folder   7
First Draft Script, by George Tibbles, December 12, 1977
“Ron's New Patient”
Box   56
Folder   8
Script, by Andy Guerdat and Steve Kreinberg, December 22, 1977
“Murray's Menopause”
Box   56
Folder   9
Script, by Ron Bloomberg, December 22, 1977
“A Friend in Need”
Box   56
Folder   10
First Draft Script, by Stephen Black and Henry Stern, December 30, 1977
“The One Where Ron Is Accused”
Box   56
Folder   11
Tape Draft Script, by Steve Kreinberg and Andy Guerdat, January 21, 1978
“The One Where Ron and Helene Separate” (Alternate title: “The One Where Ron and Helene Announce Their Separation”)
Box   56
Folder   12
Synopsis, by Harry Cauley, undated
Box   56
Folder   13
Final Draft Script, by Cauley, January 29, 1978
Box   56
Folder   14
Revised Pages, undated
“The One Where Ron Moves In and Helene Steps Out” (Alternate title: “The One Where Ron and Helene Are Problems to the Others”), #A603
Box   56
Folder   15
Synopsis, by Henry Stern and Steve Black, undated
Box   57
Folder   1
Revised First Draft Script, by Henry Stern and Stephen Black, January 20, 1978
Box   57
Folder   2
First Staff Draft Script, by Stern and Black, February 3, 1978
Box   57
Folder   3
Second Staff Draft Script, by Black and Stern, February 10, 1978
Box   57
Folder   4
Final Staff Draft Script, by Black and Stern, February 14, 1978
Box   57
Folder   5
Final Staff Draft Script, with revisions, by Black and Stern, February 14, 1978
“The One Where Six of Our Characters Flunk a Sex Quiz and Go Somewhere to Do Something About It,” #A604
Box   57
Folder   6
Synopsis, by Howard Ostroff, undated
Box   57
Folder   7
First Draft Script, by Ostroff, December 30, 1977
Box   57
Folder   8
Script, by Howard Ostroff and Rewrite, by Marty Donovan, January 24, 1978
Box   57
Folder   9
First Staff Draft Script, by Ostroff, February 16, 1978
“Dixon and Courtney Have a Baby,” #A605
Box   57
Folder   10
Outline, by Katherine Reback, undated
Box   57
Folder   11
First Draft Script, by Reback, December 28, 1977
“The One Where Dixon and Courtney Adopt,” #A605
Box   57
Folder   12
Final Staff Draft Script, by Katherine Reback, February 28, 1978
“The One About the Big Poker Game,” #A606
Box   57
Folder   13
Synopsis, by Hal Dresner, undated
Box   57
Folder   14
First Draft Script, by Dresner, December 27, 1977
“The One Where Everybody Is Looking for a Little Action” (formerly titled “The One About the Big Poker Game”), #A606
Box   58
Folder   1
Second Staff Draft Script, by Hal Dresner, March 6, 1978
Box   58
Folder   2
Final Staff Draft Script, by Dresner, March 14, 1978
“The One Where the Women Strike,” #A607
Box   58
Folder   3
First Staff Draft Script, by Joane A. Gil, March 10, 1978
Box   58
Folder   4
Second Staff Draft Script, by Gil, March 19, 1978
Box   58
Folder   5
Final Staff Draft Script, by Gil, March 21, 1978
“The One Where Murray Gets Sacked,” #A608
Box   58
Folder   6
Synopsis, by Ron Bloomberg, undated
“The One Where Murray Gets Sacked and Paula Gets Hired,” #A608
Box   58
Folder   7
First Staff Draft Script, by Ron Bloomberg, March 21, 1978
Box   58
Folder   8
Final Staff Draft Script, by Bloomberg, March 28, 1978
“The One Where the Wives Write a Novel and the Husbands Buy a Horse,” #A609
Box   58
Folder   9
Synopsis, by Marty Donovan, December 15, 1977
Box   58
Folder   10
First Draft Script, by Donovan, January 3, 1978
Box   58
Folder   11
Final Staff Draft Script, by Martin Donovan, April 4, 1978
“The One Where the Predictions Come True,” #A610
Box   59
Folder   1
First Staff Draft Script, by Andy Guerdat and Steve Kreinberg, April 4, 1978
Box   59
Folder   2
Second Staff Draft Script, by Guerdat and Kreinberg, April 14, 1978
Box   59
Folder   3
Final Staff Draft Script, by Guerdat and Kreinberg, April 18, 1978
“The One Where Murray Witnesses an Accident”
Box   59
Folder   4
Synopsis, by George Tibbles, undated
I Married Wyatt Earp
Note: Production Information Unknown
Box   59
Folder   5
Outline, by Katheryn Michaelian Powers, December 5, 1977
Box   59
Folder   6
First Draft Script, by Powers, February 6, 1978
Box   59
Folder   7
Second Draft Script, by Powers, March 27, 1978
Instant Family
Note: Lila Garrett Productions. 1977. Originally telecast on NBC.
“Mister and Master”
Box   59
Folder   8
Second Draft Script, by Ray Brenner and Mort Lachman, January 3, 1977
Box   59
Folder   9
Final Draft Script, by Brenner and Lachman, March 13, 1977
James at 15 (James at 16)
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television. 1977-1978. Originally telecast on NBC
“James at Fourteen”
Box   59
Folder   10
Script, by Dan Wakefield, undated
Box   59
Folder   11
Script, by Wakefield, Part 2, undated
“James at Fifteen”
Box   59
Folder   12
Script, by Wakefield, Part 2, undated
Box   60
Folder   1
Script, by Wakefield, Part 2, February 1, 1977
Box   60
Folder   2
Final Draft Script, by Wakefield, February 15, 1977
“James at Fifteen,” #6974
Box   60
Folder   3
Script, by Wakefield, Part 2, February 1, 1977
Box   60
Folder   4
Final Draft Script, by Wakefield, February 15, 1977
“God Bless Us Every One”
Box   60
Folder   5
Script, by Deborah Gilliland and Jay Roberts, June 4, 1977
“Mrs. Carson”
Box   60
Folder   6
Treatment, by Nancy Sackett, June 17, 1977
Box   60
Folder   7
Script, by Sackett, July 19, 1977
Box   60
Folder   8
Final Draft Script, by Sackett, August 9, 1977
Box   60
Folder   9
Revised Final Draft Script, by Sackett, August 19, 1977
Box   60
Folder   10
Synopsis, by Sackett, undated
“The Red Truck”
Box   60
Folder   11
Synopsis, by David Schmoeller, June 27, 1977
“The Girl with the Bad Reputation”
Box   60
Folder   12
Synopsis, by Ron Rubin, July 1, 1977
Box   60
Folder   13
Final Draft Script, by Ronald Rubin, August 25, 1977
“James and Ritchie”
Box   60
Folder   14
Synopsis, by Leonard Kantor, July 6, 1977
“Friends”
Box   60
Folder   15
Script, by Dan Wakefield, July 12, 1977
Box   60
Folder   16
Script, by Wakefield, July 21, 1977, with later revisions
Box   60
Folder   17-18
Synopsis, by Wakefield, undated
“Rivals”
Box   60
Folder   19
Synopsis, by Nancy Sackett, July 25, 1977
“Fast and Loose”
Box   60
Folder   20
Synopsis, by Joyce Eliason, August 26, 1977
Box   61
Folder   1
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Joyce Eliason and Dan Wakefield, October 14, 1977
Box   61
Folder   2
Synopsis, by Eliason, undated
Box   61
Folder   3
Synopsis, revised by Eliason, undated
“Star-Crossed Lovers”
Box   61
Folder   4
Synopsis, by Bernie Kahn, August 26, 1977
Box   61
Folder   5
Final Draft Script, by Kahn, December 1, 1977
“Kathy's in the Shower”
Box   61
Folder   6
Final Draft Script, by Dan Wakefield, September 21, 1977
“Unrequited Love...Twice!”
Box   61
Folder   7
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Leonard Kantor, September 21, 1977
Box   61
Folder   8
Synopsis, by Kantor, undated
“Higher Ground”
Box   61
Folder   9
Final Draft Script, by Joyce Keener and Ronald Rubin, September 30, 1977
“The Apple Tree, the Singing and the Gold”
Box   61
Folder   10
Final Draft Script, by Ronald Rubin, October 25, 1977
“Actions Speak Louder...”
Box   61
Folder   11
Final Draft Script, by Paul Huson and Ronald Rubin, November 7, 1977
“An Hour Before Midnight”
Box   61
Folder   12
Final Draft Script, by Nancy Sackett and Ronald Rubin, November 22, 1977
“Champions”
Box   61
Folder   13
Final Draft Script, by Wally Dalton and Shelley Zellman, December 22, 1977
“The Gift”
Box   61
Folder   14
First Draft Script, by Dan Wakefield, December 29, 1977
Box   61
Folder   15
Final Draft Script, by Wakefield, January 4, 1978
Box   61
Folder   16
Revised Final Draft Script, by Ronald Rubin, January 8, 1978
Box   61
Folder   17
Revised Final Draft Script, by Rubin, January 17, 1978
“Junior Miracle Worker”
Box   61
Folder   18
Synopsis, by Paul Huson, undated
“Live Fast, Die Young”
Box   61
Folder   19
Synopsis, by Jim Lawrence, undated
“The Messenger”
Box   61
Folder   20
Synopsis, by Dan Wakefield, undated
Box   62
Folder   1
Synopsis, by Del Reisman, undated
Box   62
Folder   2
Treatment, by Del Reisman, undated
“The Object of Her Affection”
Box   62
Folder   3
Synopsis, by Bernie Kahn, undated
“Saved”
Box   62
Folder   4
Synopsis, by Joyce Keener, undated
“The Valentine”
Box   62
Folder   5
First Draft Script, by Wally Dalton and Shelley Zellman, January 11, 1978
“The Blowout” (Alternate title: “The Valentine”)
Box   62
Folder   6
Final Draft Script, by Mara Lideks, Dalton, and Zellman, January 30, 1978
“Listless Fever”
Box   62
Folder   7
Final Draft Script, by Bud Freeman, February 1, 1978
“Rebel Without a Car”
Box   62
Folder   8
Final Draft Script, by Steven J. Tramz, February 10, 1978
“Knocking Heads”
Box   62
Folder   9
Final Draft Script, by Bill Nuss and Dusty Kay, March 2, 1978
“Queen of the Silver Dollar”
Box   62
Folder   10
Final Draft Script, by Wally Dalton and Shelley Zellman, March 13, 1978
“Ducks”
Box   62
Folder   11
Final Draft Script, by Martin Zweiback, March 16, 1978
Box   62
Folder   12
Synopsis, by Martin Zweiback, undated
“Hunter Country” (Alternate title: “The Candidate”)
Box   62
Folder   13
First Draft Script, by April Smith, March 20, 1978
Box   62
Folder   14
Final Draft Script, by Smith, March 23, 1978
Box   62
Folder   15
Revised Final Draft Script, by Smith, March 31, 1978
Loves Me, Loves Me Not (Alternate title: Dick and Jane, Here We Are)
Note: Witt/Thomas/Harris Productions in association with 20th Century-Fox Television. 1977. Originally telecast on CBS.
Box   62
Folder   16
Miscellaneous, September-December 1976
“Dick and Jane,” #6951
Box   62
Folder   17
First Draft Script, by Susan Harris, August 27, 1976
Box   62
Folder   18
Script, by Harris, October 7, 1976
Box   62
Folder   19
Final Draft Script, by Harris, October 7, 1976, with revisions of October 12, 1976
Box   62
Folder   20
Final Draft Script, by Harris, October 7, 1976, with revisions of October 18, 1976
“Walter Comes Back,” #6961
Box   63
Folder   1
Second Draft Script, by Iris Rainer, November 9, 1976
Box   63
Folder   2
Final Draft Script, by Rainer, January 7, 1977
Box   63
Folder   3
Revisions, January 11-13, 1977
Box   63
Folder   4
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Rainer, January 13, 1977
“In the Woods,” #6963
Box   63
Folder   5
Second Draft Script, by Jim Rogers, November 12, 1976
Box   63
Folder   6
Final Draft Script, by Rogers, January 11, 1977
“Jane's Parents,” #X-403
Box   63
Folder   7
Final Draft Script, by Susan Harris, January 19, 1977
Box   63
Folder   8
Revised Final Draft Script, by Harris, January 27, 1977
“Tom's Separation,” #X-404
Box   63
Folder   9
Final Draft Script, by Susan Harris, January 28, 1977
“Dick's Novel”
Box   63
Folder   10
Final Draft Script, by Susan Harris, February 2, 1977
Box   63
Folder   11
Revised Final Draft Script, by Susan Harris, February 2, 1977
M*A*S*H
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television. 1972-1983. Originally telecast on CBS.
“Up the Flagpole” (“The Flagpole Sitter”), #U-851
Box   63
Folder   12
Story Outline, by Reinhold Weege, March 12, 1976
Box   63
Folder   12
First Draft Script, by Weege, March 22, 1976
Box   63
Folder   13
Script, by Weege, April 14, 1976
“Lt. Radar O'Reilly” (“Lt. O'Reilly”), #U-853
Box   63
Folder   14
Early Draft Script, by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum, undated
Box   63
Folder   15
Final Draft Script, by Greenbaum and Fritzell, June 25, 1976
“Margaret's Engagement” (“The Betrothed,” “The Groom, The Bride and The Ugly”), #U-854
Box   63
Folder   16
First Draft Script, by Gary Markowitz, April 27, 1976
Box   63
Folder   17
Second Draft Script, by Markowitz, June 8, 1976
Box   63
Folder   18
Final Draft Script, by Markowitz, June 23, 1976
“Mulcahy's War” (“Father 'Boom Boom' Mulcahy”), #U-855
Box   63
Folder   19
Outline, by Charlie Hauck, March 30, 1976
Box   63
Folder   20
First Draft Script, by Hauck, May 10, 1976
Box   63
Folder   21
Second Draft Script, by Charlie Cogan, May 25, 1976
Box   63
Folder   22
Final Draft Script, by Richard Cogan, June 3, 1976
Box   64
Folder   1
Revised Pages for Final Draft, August 23, 1976
Box   64
Folder   2
Revised Final Draft Script, by Richard Cogan, September 30, 1976
“Bug Out” (“Mobile Surgical Circus”), #U-856
Box   64
Folder   3
Story Outlines, by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum, March 12 and April 30, 1976
Box   64
Folder   3
Early Draft Script, by Fritzell and Greenbaum, June 24, 1976
Box   64
Folder   4
Final Draft Script, by Fritzell and Greenbaum, June 24, 1976
“Hawk's Nightmare” (“Perchance to Dream”), #U-857
Box   64
Folder   5
Story Outlines, by Burt Prelutsky, March 30, 1976, undated
Box   64
Folder   6
First Draft Script, by Prelutsky, April 19, 1976
Box   64
Folder   7
Second Draft Script, by Prelutsky, May 17, 1976
Box   64
Folder   8
Final Draft Script, by Prelutsky, June 4, 1976
Box   64
Folder   9
Revised Final Draft Script, by Prelutsky, July 20, 1976
Box   64
Folder   10
Revised Pages for Revised Final Draft, August 20, 1976
“The Nurses,” #U-858
Box   64
Folder   11
Outline, by Linda Bloodworth, April 30, 1976
Box   64
Folder   11
First Draft Script, by Bloodworth, May 17, 1976
Box   64
Folder   12
Second Draft Script, by Bloodworth, June 17, 1976
Box   64
Folder   13
Final Draft Script, by Bloodworth, July 21, 1976
Box   64
Folder   14
Revised Final Draft Script, by Bloodworth, August 19, 1976
Box   64
Folder   15
Second Revised Final Draft Script, by Bloodworth, August 27, 1976
Box   64
Folder   16
Revised Pages for the Second Revised Final Draft, August 30, 1976
“End Run” (“Boxer Rebellion,” “Alternatives”), #U-859
Box   64
Folder   17
First Draft Script, by John D. Hess, May 25, 1976
Box   64
Folder   18
Second Draft Script, by Hess, June 24, 1976
Box   64
Folder   19
Final Draft Script, by Hess, Don Reo, and Allan Katz, July 20, 1976
Box   64
Folder   20
Revised Final Draft Script, by Hess, Reo, and Katz, October 15, 1976
“Out of Sight, Out of Mind,” #U-860
Box   64
Folder   21
Outline, by Ken Levine and David Isaacs, April 30, 1976
Box   64
Folder   21
First Draft Script, by Levine and Isaacs, May 4, 1976
Box   65
Folder   1
Second Draft Script, by Levine and Isaacs, May 28, 1976
Box   65
Folder   2
Final Draft Script, by Levine and Isaacs, June 9, 1976
Box   65
Folder   3
Revised Final Draft Script, by Levine and Isaacs, July 29, 1976
Box   65
Folder   4
Revised Pages for Revised Final Draft, August 20, 1976
“Hawkeye Get Your Gun,” #U-862
Box   65
Folder   5
Story Outline, by Jay Folb
Box   65
Folder   5
First Draft Script, by Folb, April 5, 1976
Box   65
Folder   6
Second Draft Script, by Folb, June 8, 1976
Box   65
Folder   7
Final Draft Script, by Gene Reynolds and Jay Folb, June 25, 1976
Box   65
Folder   8
Revised Final Draft Script, by Folb, September 15, 1976
“Ping Pong,” #U-863
Box   65
Folder   9
Story Outline, by Sid Dorfman, April 30, 1976
Box   65
Folder   10
Second Draft Script, by Dorfman, June 1, 1976
Box   65
Folder   10
Final Draft Script, by Dorfman, June 29, 1976
“Exorcism,” #U-864
Box   65
Folder   11
Outline by Jay Folb, April 30, 1976
Box   65
Folder   12
Final Draft Script, by Jay Folb, September 22, 1976
Box   65
Folder   13
Revised Final Draft Script, by Folb, October 5, 1976, with revisions, October 13, 1976
“Hanky Panky,” #U-865
Box   65
Folder   14
Story Outline, by Gene Reynolds, June 17, 1976
Box   65
Folder   14
Final Draft Script, by Reynolds, November 16, 1976
“The Abduction of Margaret Houlihan,” #U-866
Box   65
Folder   15
First Draft Script, by Allan Katz and Don Reo, July 1, 1976
Box   65
Folder   16
Story Outline, by Gene Reynolds
Box   65
Folder   16
Final Draft Script, by Allan Katz and Don Reo, July 21, 1976, with revisions, August 19, 1976
“Dear Sigmund,” #U-867
Box   65
Folder   17
Outline, by Alan Alda, June 17, 1976
Box   65
Folder   17
First Draft Script, by Alda, June 16, 1976
Box   65
Folder   18
Revised Draft Script, by Alda, July 6, 1976
Box   65
Folder   19
Revised Final Draft Script, by Alda, September 3, 1976
Box   65
Folder   20
Second Revised Final Draft Script, by Alda, September 3, 1976
“The General's Practitioner,” #U-868
Box   65
Folder   21
Final Draft Script, by Burt Prelutsky, June 28, 1976
“The Korean Surgeon,” #U-869
Box   65
Folder   22
Story Outline by Bill Idelson, June 17, 1976
Box   65
Folder   22
First Draft Script, by Idelson, July 19, 1976
Box   66
Folder   1
Second Draft Script, by Idelson, July 27, 1976
Box   66
Folder   2
Final Draft Script, by Idelson, August 12, 1976
Box   66
Folder   3
Revised Final Draft Script, by Idelson, October 5, 1976, with later revisions
Box   66
Folder   4
Second Revised Final Draft Script, by Idelson, October 7, 1976
“The Colonel's Horse” (“Potter's Leave”), #U-870
Box   66
Folder   5
Early Draft Script, by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum, undated
Box   66
Folder   6
Final Draft Script, by Fritzell and Greenbaum, August 16, 1976, with later revisions
“The Most Unforgettable Characters,” #U-871
Box   66
Folder   7
First Draft Script, by Ken Levine and David Isaacs, July 13, 1976
Box   66
Folder   8
Second Draft Script, by Levine and Isaacs, July 29, 1976
Box   66
Folder   9
Final Draft Script, by Levine and Isaacs, September 10, 1976
“Margaret's Marriage” (“Margaret's Wedding”), #U-873
Box   66
Folder   10
First Draft Script, by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum, September 13, 1976
Box   66
Folder   11
Final Draft Script, by Fritzell and Greenbaum, October 14, 1976
“38 Across,” #U-874
Box   66
Folder   12
Early Draft Script, by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum, October 27, 1976; revisedNovember 10, 1976
Box   66
Folder   13
Final Draft Script, by Fritzell and Greenbaum, November 18, 1976
Box   66
Folder   14
Revised Final Draft Script, by Fritzell and Greenbaum, November 26, 1976
“Souvenirs,” #U-875
Box   66
Folder   15
Story Outline, by Burt Prelutsky, undated
Box   66
Folder   15
First Draft Script, by Prelutsky, August 24, 1976
Box   66
Folder   16
Final Draft Script, by Prelutsky, October 15, 1976
“Movie Tonight,” #U-876
Box   66
Folder   17
Final Draft Script, by Gene Reynolds, Don Reo, Allan Katz, and Jay Folb, November 19, 1976
Box   66
Folder   18
Revised Final Draft Script, by Reynolds, Reo, Katz, and Folb, December 15, 1976
“Post-Op,” #U-877
Box   66
Folder   19
First Draft Script, by Ken Levine and David Isaacs, November 30, 1976
Box   66
Folder   20
Final Draft Script, by Levine and Isaacs, December 17, 1976
“Coming of Age in Korea”
Box   67
Folder   1
Story Outline, June 17, 1976
Box   67
Folder   1
First Draft Script, by Burt Prelutsky, June 7, 1976
“Hepatitis”
Box   67
Folder   2
First Draft Script, by Alan Alda, November 23, 1976
“Tea and Empathy,” #Y-151
Box   67
Folder   3
Outlines, by Bill Idelson, March 18, 23, 1977
Box   67
Folder   4
First Draft Script, by Idelson, April 15, 1977
Box   67
Folder   5
Second Draft Script, by Idelson, April 26, 1977
Box   67
Folder   6
Final Draft Script, by Idelson, August 4, 1977
Box   67
Folder   7
Revised Final Draft Script, by Idelson, September 2, 1977
“Images” (“Margaret's Steel Nerves”), #Y-152
Box   67
Folder   8
Outline, by Burt Prelutsky, February 18, 1977
Box   67
Folder   9
Step Outline, February 11, 1977
Box   67
Folder   10
First Draft Script, by Prelutsky, February 17, 1977
Box   67
Folder   10
Final Draft Script, by Prelutsky, March 13, 1977
Box   67
Folder   11
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Prelutsky, August 4, 1977
“Change Day,” #Y-154
Box   67
Folder   12
Story Outlines, by Laurence Marks
Box   67
Folder   12
First Draft Script, by Marks, March 29, 1977
Box   67
Folder   13
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Marks, September 29, 1977
“The Merchant of Korea,” #Y-155
Box   67
Folder   14
First Draft Script, by Ken Levine and David Isaacs, March 23, 1977
Box   67
Folder   15
Second Draft Script, by Levine and Isaacs, April 28, 1977
Box   67
Folder   16
Final Draft Script, by Levine and Isaacs, June 2, 1977
Box   67
Folder   17
Revised Final Draft Script, by Levine and Isaacs, November 4, 1977
“Last Laugh,” #Y-156
Box   67
Folder   18
Outlines, by Everett Greenbaum and Jim Fritzell, February 10, 18, 1977
Box   67
Folder   19
First Draft Script, by Fritzell and Greenbaum, February 25, 1977
Box   67
Folder   20
Second Draft Script, by Fritzell and Greenbaum, May 19, 1977
Box   67
Folder   21
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Greenbaum and Fritzell, July 22, 1977
“War of Nerves,” #Y-157
Box   67
Folder   22
Outline, by Alan Alda, April 20, 1977
Box   67
Folder   23
First Draft Script, by Alda, June 27, 1977
Box   68
Folder   1
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Alda, July 11, 1977
“The Light That Failed,” #Y-158
Box   68
Folder   2
Scene Breakdowns, March 21 and April 8, 1977
Box   68
Folder   2
Outline, by Jay Folb, March 23, 1977
Box   68
Folder   3
First Draft Script, by Prelutsky, May 3, 1977
Box   68
Folder   4
Final Draft Script, by Prelutsky, May 13, 1977
Box   68
Folder   5
Revised Final Draft Script, by Prelutsky, May 20, 1977
Box   68
Folder   6
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Prelutsky, August 31, 1977
“Fade Out-Fade In,” #Y-159
Box   68
Folder   7
Second Draft Script, revised, by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum, October 19, 1977
Box   68
Folder   8
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Fritzell and Greenbaum, July 21, 1977
“Potter's Retirement,” #Y-160
Box   68
Folder   9
Outlines, by Laurence Marks, April 20, 1977, undated
Box   68
Folder   10
First Draft Script, by Marks, August 9, 1977
Box   68
Folder   11
Final Draft Script, by Marks, November 14, 1977
Box   68
Folder   12
Revised Final Draft Script, by Marks, December 21, 1977
“Fallen Idol,” #Y-162
Box   68
Folder   13
Outlines, by Alan Alda, April 27, 29, 1977
Box   68
Folder   14
First Draft Script, by Alda, May 31, 1977
Box   68
Folder   15
Second Draft Script, by Alda, June 15, 1977
Box   68
Folder   16
Final Draft Script, by Alda, July 1, 1977
Box   68
Folder   17
Revised Final Draft Script, by Alda, July 29, 1977
“The Winchester Tapes,” #Y-163
Box   68
Folder   18
Outlines, no author listed, April 27, 29, 1977; undated
Box   68
Folder   19
First Draft Script, by Everett Greenbaum and Jim Fritzell, July 12, 1977
Box   68
Folder   20
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Greenbaum, and Fritzell, August 17, 1977
“The M*A*S*H Olympics,” #Y-164
Box   68
Folder   21
Revised Outline, no author listed, May 25, 1977
Box   68
Folder   22
First Draft Script, by Ken Levine and David Isaacs, June 23, 1977
Box   68
Folder   23
Final Draft Script, by Levine and Isaacs, September 9, 1977
Box   69
Folder   1
Revised Final Draft Script, by Levine and Isaacs, September 14, 1977
Box   69
Folder   2
Second Revised Final Draft Script, by Levine and Isaacs, September 16, 1977
“The Grim Reaper,” #Y-165
Box   69
Folder   3
Outlines, by Jay Folb, April 27, 29, 1977
Box   69
Folder   4
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Burt Prelutsky, September 13, 1977
“Mail Call Three,” #Y-166
Box   69
Folder   5
Outline, by Everett Greenbaum and Jim Fritzell, October 19, 1977
Box   69
Folder   6
Script, by Greenbaum and Fritzell, November 10, 1977
Box   69
Folder   7
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Greenbaum and Fritzell, November 29, 1977
“In Love and War,” #Y-167
Box   69
Folder   8
Outline, by Alan Alda, August 2, 1977
Box   69
Folder   9
First Draft Script, by Alda, July 1, 1977
Box   69
Folder   10
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Alda, September 20, 1977
Box   69
Folder   11
Revised Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Alda, October 5, 1977
“The Smell of Music,” #Y-168
Box   69
Folder   12
Outline, by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum, August 2, 1977
Box   69
Folder   13
First Draft Script, by Fritzell and Greenbaum, September 21, 1977
Box   69
Folder   14
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Fritzell and Greenbaum, October 18, 1977
“Patent 4077,” #Y-169
Box   69
Folder   15
Outlines, by Ken Levine and David Isaacs, July 28 and August 2, 1977
Box   69
Folder   16
First Draft Script, by Levine and Isaacs, August 25, 1977
Box   69
Folder   17
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Levine and Isaacs, November 18, 1977
“Major Topper,” #Y-170
Box   69
Folder   18
Outline, by Allyn Freeman, September 30, 1977
Box   69
Folder   19
First Draft Script, by Freeman, October 4, 1977
Box   69
Folder   20
Script, by Freeman, October 21, 1977
Box   69
Folder   21
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Freeman, December 12, 1977
“Comrades in Arms,” #Y-171
Box   69
Folder   22
Outlines, by Alan Alda, September 30, 1977, undated
Box   69
Folder   23
Script, Part One, by Alda, October 10, 1977
Box   69
Folder   24
Final Draft Script, Part One, with revisions, October 24, 1977
Box   69
Folder   25
Draft Script, Part Two, with revisions, October 26, 1977
“Your Hit Parade,” #Y-173
Box   69
Folder   26
Outline, by Ronny Graham, September 30, 1977
Box   70
Folder   1
First Draft Script, by Graham, November 21, 1977
Box   70
Folder   2
Final Draft Script, by Graham, December 15, 1977
Box   70
Folder   3
Revised Final Draft Script, by Graham, December 19, 1977
“What's Up Doc?” #Y-174
Box   70
Folder   4
Outline, by Larry Balmagia, October 19, 1977
Box   70
Folder   5
Final Draft Script, by Balmagia, October 31, 1977
Box   70
Folder   6
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Balmagia, November 11, 1977
“Temporary Duty,” #Y-175
Box   70
Folder   7
First Draft Script, by Larry Balmagia, November 21, 1977
Box   70
Folder   8
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Balmagia, December 28, 1977
“Dr. Winchester and Mr. Hyde,” #Y-176
Box   70
Folder   9
First Draft Script, by Ken Levine, David Isaacs, and Ronny Graham, November 17, 1977
Box   70
Folder   10
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Levine, Isaacs, and Graham, December 5, 1977
“First Show”
Box   70
Folder   11
Story Outline, no author listed, March 3, 1977
Box   70
Folder   11
Step Outline, no author listed, February 28, 1977
Box   70
Folder   11
First Draft script, by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum, April 28, 1977
“Hawk's Bug”
Box   70
Folder   12
Story Outline, no author listed, April 20, 1977
Box   70
Folder   12
Step Outline, April 18, 1977
Box   70
Folder   12
First Draft Script, by Judith D. Allison and Donald L. Reo, May 10, 1977
Box   70
Folder   13
Second Draft Script, by Allison and Reo, June 1, 1977
“Hot Lips Is Back in Town,” #T-451
Box   70
Folder   14
Final Draft Script, by Larry Balmagia and Bernard Dilbert, November 10, 1978
Box   70
Folder   15
Revised Final Draft Script, by Balmagia and Dilbert, November 13, 1978
“Commander Pierce,” #T-453
Box   70
Folder   16
Final Draft Script, by Ronny Graham, August 3, 1978
“Lil,” #T-454
Box   70
Folder   17
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Sheldon Bull, August 16, 1978
“Baby, It's Cold Outside,” #T-455
Box   70
Folder   18
Revised Final Draft Script, by Gary David Goldberg, July 28, 1978
“B.J. Papa San,” #T-456
Box   70
Folder   19
Revised Final Draft Script, by Larry Balmagia, July 24, 1978
“The Billfold Syndrome,” #T-457
Box   71
Folder   1
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Ken Levine and David Isaacs, August 14, 1978
“None Like It Hot,” #T-458
Box   71
Folder   2
Final Draft Script, by Ken Levine, David Isaacs, and Johnny Bonaduce, September 1, 1978
Box   71
Folder   3
Revised Final Draft Script, by Levine, Isaacs, and Bonaduce, September 14, 1978
“Peace on Us,” #T-459
Box   71
Folder   4
Second Revised Final Draft Script, by Ken Levine and David Isaacs, August 18, 1978
“Major Ego,” #T-460
Box   71
Folder   5
Final Draft Script, by Larry Balmagia, September 19, 1978
Box   71
Folder   6
Revised Final Draft Script, by Balmagia, September 22, 1978
“Dear Comrade,” #T-461
Box   71
Folder   7
Final Draft Script, by Tom Reeder, September 26, 1978
Box   71
Folder   8
Revised Final Draft Script, by Reeder, September 29, 1978
“An Eye for an Eye,” #T-462
Box   71
Folder   9
Final Draft Script, by Ronny Graham, October 2, 1978
“They Call the Wind Korea,” #T-463
Box   71
Folder   10
Revised Final Draft Script, by Ken Levine and David Isaacs, August 22, 1978
“Out of Gas,” #T-464
Box   71
Folder   11
Revised Final Draft Script, by Tom Reeder, September 15, 1978
“Dear Sis,” #T-467
Box   71
Folder   12
Final Draft Script, by Alan Alda, October 25, 1978
“Our Finest Hour” (“M*A*S*H*/Kraft Hour”), #T-468
Box   71
Folder   13
Script, no author listed, August 25, 1978
Box   71
Folder   14
Final Draft Script, by Ken Levine, David Isaacs, Larry Balmagia, and Ronny Graham, September 5, 1978
“Point of View,” #T-470
Box   71
Folder   15
Final Draft Script, by Ken Levine and David Isaacs, October 13, 1978
Box   71
Folder   16
Revised Final Draft Script, by Ken Levine and David Isaacs, October 18, 1978, with revisions, October 20, 1978
“Preventive Medicine,” #T-471
Box   71
Folder   17
Final Draft Script, by Tom Reeder, October 23, 1978
“The Price,” #T-472
Box   71
Folder   18
Final Draft Script, by Erik Tarloff, November 3, 1978
“Ain't Love Grand,” #T-473
Box   71
Folder   19
Final Draft Script, by Ken Levine and David Isaacs, December 1, 1978
“The Young and the Restless,” #T-474
Box   71
Folder   20
Final Draft Script, by Mitch Markowitz, November 17, 1978
“Inga,” #T-475
Box   72
Folder   1
Final Draft Script, by Alan Alda, November 15, 1978
“Cave,” #T-476
Box   72
Folder   2
Final Draft Script, by Larry Balmagia and Ronny Graham, December 8, 1978
“The Party,” #T-477
Box   72
Folder   3
Final Draft Script, by Alan Alda and Burt Metcalfe, December 15, 1978
Box   72
Folder   4
Revised Final Draft Script, by Alan Alda and Burt Metcalfe, December 18, 1978
“Rally Round the Flagg, Boys,” #T-478
Box   72
Folder   5
Final Draft Script, by Mitch Markowitz, January 2, 1979
Box   72
Folder   6
Revised Final Draft Script, by Markowitz, January 3, 1979
“A Night at Rosie's,” #T-480
Box   72
Folder   7
Final Draft Script, by Ken Levine and David Isaacs, January 5, 1979
Box   72
Folder   8
Revised Final Draft Script, by Levine and Isaacs, January 10, 1979
Box   72
Folder   9
Script Status Reports, April 2-May 21, 1976
Mother, Jugs and Speed
Note: Production information unknown. 1978. Originally telecast on ABC.
Pilot
Box   72
Folder   10
First Draft Script, by Tom Mankiewicz, December 2, 1977
Box   72
Folder   11
Revised First Draft Script, by Mankiewicz, December 6, 1977
Box   72
Folder   12
Revised Draft Script, by Mankiewicz, December 21, 1977
Box   72
Folder   13
Second Revised Draft Script, by Mankiewicz, January 21, 1978
Box   72
Folder   14
Script, Act One, no author listed, January 24, 1978
Box   72
Folder   15
Script, Act Two, no author listed, January 25, 1978
Box   72
Folder   16
Second Revised Draft Script, no author listed, January 27, 1978
Box   72
Folder   17
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Mankiewicz, March 15, 1978
Box   72
Folder   18
Revised Final Draft Script, by Mankiewicz, March 17, 1978
Murder in Peyton Place, #6977
Note: NBC Monday Night at the Movies/NBC World Movie Premiere Movie, 20th Century-Fox production in association with NBC-TV. 1977. Originally telecast on NBC.
Box   72
Folder   19
First Draft Script, by Richard Deroy, February 7, 1977
Box   73
Folder   1
First Draft Script, with revisions, by Deroy, February 25, 1977
Box   73
Folder   2
Revised First Draft Script, by Deroy, March 1, 1977
Box   73
Folder   3
Second Draft Script, by Deroy, April 15, 1977
Box   73
Folder   4
Final Draft Script, by Deroy, May 24, 1977
Box   73
Folder   5
Revised Final Draft Script, by Deroy, June 6, 1977
The Nativity, #1084
Note: Production information unknown
Box   73
Folder   6
First Draft Script, by Millard Kaufman, undated
Box   73
Folder   7
Script, by Mort Fine, November 15, 1977
Box   73
Folder   8
Second Draft Script, by Fine, February 10, 1978
Box   73
Folder   9
Revised Final Draft Script, by Fine, March 1978
Box   74
Folder   1
Revised Final Draft Script, by Fine, June 1978
Nashville 99
Note: Frankel Productions in association with 20th Century-Fox Television. 1977. Originally telecast on CBS
Box   74
Folder   2
Budgets, September-October 1976
Box   74
Folder   3
Preliminary Series Budget, December 21, 1976
Box   74
Folder   4
Second Draft Script, #6944, by Ernie Frankel, September 7, 1976
Box   74
Folder   5
Third Draft Script, by Frankel, undated
“Stoney”
Box   74
Folder   6
Final Draft Script, #6944, by Frankel, September 24, 1976
Box   74
Folder   7
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Frankel, September 27, 1976
“Nashville 99”
Box   74
Folder   8
Revised Final Draft Script, by Ernie Frankel, December 17, 1976; with revisions, January 6, 1977
“The Fallen Idol,” #6953
Box   74
Folder   9
Script, by Jimmy Sangster, November 1976
Box   74
Folder   10
Final Draft Script, by Jimmy Sangster, December 17, 1976
Box   74
Folder   11
Revised Final Draft Script, by Sangster, January 19, 1977
“Sing Me a Song to Die By” (“The Star”), #6954
Box   74
Folder   12
First Draft Script, by Sangster, November 15, 1976
Box   75
Folder   1
Final Draft Script, by Sangster, December 16, 1976
Box   75
Folder   2
Revised Final Draft Script, by Sangster, December 27, 1976; with revisions, January 3, 1977
Box   75
Folder   3
Second Revised Final Draft Script, by Sangster, January 4, 1977; with revisions, January 5-13, 1977
“Rape on a Rainy Day,” #6955
Box   75
Folder   4
Final Draft Script, by Dallas L. Barnes, December 13, 1976
“Light My Fire,” #6956
Box   75
Folder   5
Second Draft Script, by Robert Dellinger, November 19, 1976
“Joldy,” #6964
Box   75
Folder   6
Final Draft Script, by Ron Bishop, December 15, 1976
Box   75
Folder   7
Revised Final Draft Script, by Bishop, December 27, 1976
Box   75
Folder   8
Second Revised Final Draft Script, by Bishop, January 4, 1977
The Paper Chase
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television. 1978-1979. Originally telecast on CBS.
Box   75
Folder   9
Memoranda, September 27, October 2, 1978
Pilot Episode, #1021
Box   75
Folder   10
First Draft Script, by James Bridges, June 6, 1977
Box   75
Folder   11
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Bridges, October 11, 1977
“The Screamer,” #1144
Box   75
Folder   12
First Draft Script, by Brad Radnitz, December 13, 1977
“For Whom Does Bell Toll?” #1146
Box   75
Folder   13
First Draft Script, by Robert Lewin, December 15, 1977
“Tomorrow's Child”
Box   75
Folder   14
Story Outline, by Richard Fielder, February 27, 1978
Box   75
Folder   15
First Draft Script, by Fielder, March 10, 1978
Box   76
Folder   1
Third Draft Script, annotated, by Fielder, April 10, 1978
“The First Windmill”
Box   76
Folder   2
Story Outline, by Allan Sloan, March 2, 1978
“Both Sides of the Law”
Box   76
Folder   3
Second Draft Story Outline, by Marvin Kupfer, July 6, 1978
“Going Bananas”
Box   76
Folder   4
Story Outline, by George Kirgo, July 6, 1978
“Kingsfield's Secret”
Box   76
Folder   5
First Draft Script, by John Hay Osborn, Jr., December 30, 1978
“Bell and Love,” #1202
Box   76
Folder   6
Script, by Richard Fielder, Richard Kramer, Robert Lewin, Don Carlos Dunaway, and Worley Thorne, September 26, 1978
Box   76
Folder   7-8
Work Draft Script, by Fielder, Kramer, Lewin, Dunaway, and Thorne, October 2, 1978
Box   76
Folder   9
First Draft Script, by Kramer, Dunaway, and Thorne, October 20, 1978
Box   76
Folder   10
Final Draft Script, by Kramer and Fielder, October 24 1978
“Great Expectations,” #1203
Box   76
Folder   11
Script, no author listed, July 8, 1978
Box   76
Folder   12
Final Draft Script, by Allan Sloane, July 13, 1978
Box   76
Folder   13
Revised Final Draft Script, by Ellison Carroll, July 17, 1978; with later revisions
“A Day in the Life of...” #1238
Box   76
Folder   14
Story Outline, by John Jay Osborn, Jr., June 29, 1978
Box   76
Folder   15
First Draft Script, by Osborn, July 8, 1978
Box   76
Folder   16
Revised Final Draft Script, by Osborn, July 27, 1978, with later revisions
“The Consigliere's Daughter,” #1249
Box   76
Folder   17
Story Outline, by T.S. Cook, June 23, 1978
Box   76
Folder   18
Revised Final Draft Script, by Cook, August 8, 1978, with later revisions
“The Man Who Cheats” (“The Cheat”), #1255
Box   77
Folder   1
Story Outline, by Jackson Gillis, July 12, 1978
Box   77
Folder   2
First Draft Script, by Gillis, August 14, 1978
Box   77
Folder   3
Script, by James Menzies, September 25, 1978
Box   77
Folder   4
Second Draft Script, by Menzies, October 12, 1978
“Voices of Silence,” #1260
Box   77
Folder   5
First Draft Script, by Stephen Kandel, August 25, 1978
Box   77
Folder   6
Final Draft Script, by Kandel, August 29, 1978 with later revisions
“Da Da,” #1270
Box   77
Folder   7
First Draft Script, by Gordon Hoban, September 15, 1978
Box   77
Folder   8
Final Draft Script, by Hoban, September 20, 1978, with later revisions
“The Sorcerer's Apprentice,” #1271
Box   77
Folder   9
First Draft Script, by John Jay Osborn, Jr. and Leigh Curran, September 26, 1978
Box   77
Folder   10-11
Final Draft Script, by Osborn and Curran, September 29, 1978
Box   77
Folder   12
Revised Final Draft Script, by Osborn, and Curran, October 4, 1978, including breakdown of scenes, October 5, 1978
Box   77
Folder   13
Second Revised Final Draft Script, by Osborn, and Curran, October 7, 1978, with later revisions
“The Man Who Could Be King” (“The Man Who Would Be King”), #1275
Box   77
Folder   14
Story Outline, by John Jay Osborn, Jr., August 3, 1978
Box   77
Folder   15
Revised Final Draft Script, by Osborn, August 21, 1978
“The Seating Chart,” #1276
Box   77
Folder   16
Story Outline, by Jim Bridges, July 24, 1976
Box   77
Folder   17
First Draft Script, by James Bridges, September 5, 1976
Box   78
Folder   1
Final Draft Script, by Bridges, September 8, 1976, with later revisions
“An Act of Desperation,” #1287
Box   78
Folder   2
First Draft Script, by James Menzies and Marvin Kupfer, November 10, 1978
Box   78
Folder   3
Final Draft Script, by Menzies and Kupfer, November 14, 1978, with revisions
“Kingsfield's Daughter,” #1296
Box   78
Folder   4
Work Draft Script, Acts I, II, and III, by Gordon Hoban, October 20, 1978
Box   78
Folder   5
First Draft Script, by Hoban, October 23, 1978
Box   78
Folder   6
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Hoban, October 30, 1978
Box   78
Folder   7
Revised Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Hoban, November 1, 1978
“Moot Court,” #1304
Box   78
Folder   8
Work Draft Script, by John Jay Osborn, Jr., October 9, 1978
Box   78
Folder   9
First Draft Script, by Osborn, October 11, 1978
Box   78
Folder   10
Final Draft Script, by Osborn, October 13, 1978
Box   78
Folder   11
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Osborn, October 16, 18, 1978
“The Table's Down at Ernie's,” #1308
Box   78
Folder   12
Final Draft Script, by Worley Thorne, Story by Worley Thorne, Jack Bencer, and Max Eisenberg, Participating Writer, Albert Aley, November 29, 1978
“The Man in the Chair,” #1321
Box   78
Folder   13
First Draft Script, by Jerome Ross, December 11, 1978
Box   78
Folder   14
First Draft Script, by Ross, December 12, 1978
Box   79
Folder   1
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Ross, December 18, 1978
Box   79
Folder   2
Revised Final Draft Script, by Ross, January 26, 1979
“Losing Streak,” #1322
Box   79
Folder   3
First Draft Script, by Shimon Wincelberg, December 1, 1978
Box   79
Folder   4
Final Draft Script, by Wincelberg, December 6, 1978
Box   79
Folder   5
Revised Final Draft Script, by Wincelberg, December 11, 1978
“The Apprentice” (“The Last Detail”), #1335
Box   79
Folder   6
Script, by William Carlisle Hopkins, December 4, 1978
Box   79
Folder   7
Revised Narrative Outline, by Hopkins, December 16, 1978
Box   79
Folder   8
First Draft Script, annotated, by Hopkins, January 3, 1979
Box   79
Folder   9
Revised First Draft Script, by Hopkins, January 4, 1979
Box   79
Folder   10
Final Draft Script, by Hopkins, January 8, 1979
“Scavenger Hunt,” #1338
Box   79
Folder   11
Script, by John Jay Osborn, Jr., February 7, 1979
Box   79
Folder   12
First Draft Script, by Osborn, February 8, 1979
Box   79
Folder   13
Final Draft Script, Act I, by Osborn, February 12, 1979
Box   79
Folder   14
Revised Final Draft Script, by Osborn, February 15, 1979
“Once More with Feeling,” #1351
Box   80
Folder   1
Story Premise and Outline, by William Froug, December 15 and 25, 1978
Box   80
Folder   2
First Draft Script, by Froug, January 15, 1979
Box   80
Folder   3
First Draft Script, with revisions, by Froug, January 19, 1979
Box   80
Folder   4
Final Draft Script, by Froug, January 23, 1979
Box   80
Folder   5
Revised Final Draft Script, by Froug and A.L. Christopher, January 29, 1979
“The Rally,” #1353
Box   80
Folder   6
Step Outline, by Shimon Wincelberg, January 8, 1979
Box   80
Folder   7
First Draft Script, by Wincelberg, February 6, 1979
Box   80
Folder   8
Revised First Draft Script, by Wincelberg, February 7, 1979
“The Clay-Footed Idol” (“The Sins of Our Fathers”), #1364
Box   80
Folder   9
Story Outline, by David Harmon, January 10, 1979
Box   80
Folder   10
Story Premise, by Harmon, January 11, 1979
Box   80
Folder   11
First Draft Script, annotated, by Harmon, January 25, 1979
Box   80
Folder   12
Revised First Draft Script, by Harmon, January 25, 1979
Box   80
Folder   13
Script, Acts One and Two, no author listed, undated
“A Case of Detente” (“Hart Tries Detente”), #1369
Box   80
Folder   14
Treatment, by Daniel Benton, December 15, 1978
Box   80
Folder   15
Early Draft Script, by David P. Harmon, February 15, 1979
Box   80
Folder   16
First Draft Script, by Harmon, February 21, 1979
Box   80
Folder   17
Final Draft Script, by Harmon, February 27, 1979
Box   81
Folder   1
Final Draft Script, by Harmon, February 27, 1979, with later revisions
“A Matter of Anger,” #T-716
Box   81
Folder   2
First Draft Script, by Marvin Kupfer, December 26, 1978
Box   81
Folder   3
Final Draft Script, annotated, by Kupfer, December 29, 1978
Box   81
Folder   4
Final Draft Script, by Kupfer and Albert Aley, December 29, 1978, with revisions, January 15, 1979
Story Outlines for
Box   81
Folder   5
“The Jonathan Story,” by Jim Bridges, July 21, 1978
Box   81
Folder   5
“Love Story,” by Stephen Kandel, August 2, 1978
Box   81
Folder   5
“The Invasion,” by Eliot West, October 3, 1978
Box   81
Folder   5
“The People's Law,"” by William Hopkins, January 30, 1979
Raid on Entebbe (Entebbe!), #EJS
Note: The Big Event. Edgar J. Scherick Associates in association with 20th Century-Fox Television and NBC-TV. 1977. Originally telecast on NBC.
Box   81
Folder   6
Draft Pages, annotated, no author listed, undated
Box   81
Folder   7
First Draft Script, by Barry Beckerman, August 13, 1976
Box   81
Folder   8
First Draft Script, annotated, by Beckerman, August 16, 1976
Box   81
Folder   9
Final Draft Script, by Beckerman, September 18, 1976
Box   81
Folder   10
Revised Final Draft Script, by Beckerman, October 16, 1976
Box   82
Folder   1
Revised Final Draft Script, by Beckerman, October 16, 1976, with later revisions
Box   82
Folder   2
Shooting Schedule, October 7, 1976
Rehearsal for Armageddon, #6880
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television. 1977.
Box   82
Folder   3
Revised Draft Script, by Larry Forrester, March 1, 1977
Box   82
Folder   4
Second Revised Draft Script, by Forrester, March 21, 1977
Box   82
Folder   5
Second Revised Draft Script, by Forrester, March 21, 1977, with later revisions
Box   82
Folder   6
Final Draft Script, by Forrester, September 21, 1977
The Return of the Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Note: Production information unknown
“The 15 Years Later Affair”
Box   82
Folder   7
Revised Script, by Michael Sloan, July 26, August 2, 21, 1982
Box   82
Folder   8
Revised Script, by Sloan, with revisions ofJuly-December 1982
Spectre
Note: NBC Saturday Night at the Movies. 20th Century-Fox Production in association with NBC-TV. 1977. Originally telecast on NBC.
Box   83
Folder   1
Script, #6935, by Gene Roddenberry, November 12, 1976
Box   83
Folder   2
Final Draft Script, #X301, by Roddenberry and Sam Peebles, December 15, 1976
Box   83
Folder   3
Miscellaneous, 1976
The Star Wars Holiday Special
Note: Production information unknown
Box   83
Folder   4
First Draft Script, by Rod Warren, Bruce Vilanch, Leonard Ripps, and Pat Proft, August 1, 1978; Production Schedule
Box   83
Folder   5
Second Draft Script, by Warren, Vilanch, Ripps, and Proft, August 15, 1978
Box   83
Folder   6
Third Draft Script, by Warren, Vilanch, Ripps, and Mitzie Welch, August 25, 1978
The Swiss Family Robinson
Note: An Irwin Allen Production in association with 20th Century-Fox Television. 1975-1976. Originally telecast on ABC.
Box   83
Folder   7
Treatments, First Six Episodes, March 24, 1975
“The Slave Ship,” #6820
Box   83
Folder   8
Script, by Dale Eunson, circa May 29, 1975
Box   84
Folder   1
Second Draft Script, revised, by Eunson, June 2, 1975
Box   84
Folder   2
Shooting Final Script, by Eunson, July 28, 1975
Box   84
Folder   3
Revised Shooting Final Draft Script, by Eunson, August 12, 1975
“The Tiki,” #6821
Box   84
Folder   4
First Draft Script, by Bob and Esther Mitchell, April 28, 1975
Box   84
Folder   5
Second Draft Script, by Robert and Esther Mitchell, circa May 23, 1975
Box   84
Folder   6
Revised Second Draft Script, by Robert and Esther Mitchell, June 2, 1975
Box   84
Folder   7
Final Shooting Script, by Robert and Esther Mitchell, June 12, 1975
Box   84
Folder   8-9
Revised Final Shooting Scripts, by Robert and Esther Mitchell, June 18, 1975
“The Pit,” #6822
Box   84
Folder   10
First Draft Script, by John Meredyth Lucas, June 2, 1975
Box   84
Folder   11
Final Draft Script, by Lucas, July 9, 1975
Box   84
Folder   12
Shooting Final Script, by Lucas, July 22, 1975
Box   84
Folder   13
Revised Shooting Final Script, by Lucas, July 31, 1975, with later revisions
“The Typhoon” (“The Hurricane”), #6823
Box   84
Folder   14
First Draft Script, by Pat Fielder, May 13, 1975
Box   84
Folder   15
Second Draft Script, by Fielder, June 6, 1975
Box   85
Folder   1
Shooting Final Script, by Fielder, June 27, 1975
Box   85
Folder   2
Revised Final Shooting Script, by Fielder, July 10, 1975
“Neptune's Nephew” (“The Tiger”), #6824
Box   85
Folder   3
First Draft Script, by Joseph Bonaduce, June 6, 1975
Box   85
Folder   4
Second Draft Script, by Bonaduce, July 22, 1975
Box   85
Folder   5
Shooting Final Script, by Bonaduce, August 5, 1975
Box   85
Folder   6
Revised Shooting Final Script, by Bonaduce, August 20, 1975
“The Hawk,” #6825
Box   85
Folder   7
First Draft Script, by Arthur Heinemann, May 28, 1975
Box   85
Folder   8
Second Draft Script, by Heinemann, June 11, 1975
Box   85
Folder   9
Shooting Final Script, by Heinemann, June 23, 1975
Box   85
Folder   10
Revised Shooting Final Script, by Heinemann, July 2, 1975
“The Captain,” #6826
Box   85
Folder   11
First Draft Script, by Worley Thorne, August 10, 1975
Box   85
Folder   12
Final Shooting Script, by Thorne, September 15, 1975
Box   85
Folder   13
Revised Final Shooting Script, by Thorne, September 24, 1975
Box   85
Folder   14
Second Revised Final Shooting Script, by Thorne, October 2, 1975
“The Castaway” (“The Thief”), #6838
Box   85
Folder   15
First Draft Script, by Alfred Brenner, June 17, 1975
Box   85
Folder   16
Second Draft Script, by Brenner, July 21, 1975
Box   86
Folder   1
Shooting Final Script, by Brenner, August 20, 1975
Box   86
Folder   2
Revised Final Shooting Script, by Brenner, August 29, 1975
“Man 0' War,” #6839
Box   86
Folder   3
Draft Script, by William Welch, circa April 28, 1975
Box   86
Folder   4
Second Draft Script, by Welch, June 11, 1975
Box   86
Folder   5
Shooting Final Script, by Welch, July 11, 1975
Box   86
Folder   6
Revised Shooting Final Script, by Welch, July 18, 1975
Box   86
Folder   7
Second Revised Shooting Final Script, by Welch, July 24, 1975
“The Mountain” (“The Accident”), #M-751
Box   86
Folder   8
Revised Story Outline, by Arthur Heinemann, August 1, 1975
Box   86
Folder   9
First Draft Script, by Heinemann, August 20, 1975
Box   86
Folder   10
Shooting Final Script, by Heinemann, September 3, 1975
Box   86
Folder   11
Revised Shooting Final Script, by Heinemann, September 11, 1975
“The Chimp,” #M-752
Box   86
Folder   12
First Draft Treatment, by Robert and Esther Mitchell, July 22, 1975
Box   86
Folder   13
Second Draft Treatment, by Robert and Esther Mitchell, August 13, 1975
Box   86
Folder   14
First Draft Script, by Bob and Esther Mitchell, September 3, 1975
Box   86
Folder   15
Shooting Final Script, by Bob and Esther Mitchell, September 12, 1975
Box   86
Folder   16
Revised Shooting Final Script, by Bob and Esther Mitchell, September 22, 1975
“Ernie's Christmas,” #M-753
Box   87
Folder   1
Second Draft Treatment, by John Meredyth Lucas, undated
Box   87
Folder   2
First Draft Script, by Lucas, October 6, 1975
Box   87
Folder   3
Second Draft Script, by Lucas, October 8, 1975
Box   87
Folder   4
Shooting Final Script, by Lucas, October 13, 1975
Box   87
Folder   5
Revised Shooting Final Script, by Lucas, October 14, 1975
“The Treasure,” #M-754
Box   87
Folder   6
Second Draft Treatment, by Margaret and Paul Schneider, September 2, 1975
Box   87
Folder   7
Script, by Margaret and Paul Schneider, October 8, 1975
Box   87
Folder   8
Shooting Final Script, by Margaret and Paul Schneider, October 20, 1975
Box   87
Folder   9
Revised Shooting Final Script, by Margaret and Paul Schneider, October 23, 1975
“The Bell,” #M-755
Box   87
Folder   10
First Draft Script, by Sidney Ellis, circa October 1, 1975
Box   87
Folder   11
Second Draft Script, by Ellis, October 17, 1975
Box   87
Folder   12
Shooting Final Script, by Ellis, November 4, 1975
Box   87
Folder   13
Revised Shooting Final Script, by Ellils, November 7, 1975
“The Wild Dog,” #M-756
Box   87
Folder   14
First Draft Script, by Pat Fielder, October 17, 1975
Box   87
Folder   15
First Draft Script, by Fielder, November 12, 1975
Box   88
Folder   1
Shooting Final Script, by Fielder, November 18, 1975
Box   88
Folder   2
Revised Shooting Final Script, by Fielder, November 20, 1975
“The Renegades,” #M-757
Box   88
Folder   3
First Draft Script, by Robert C. Dennis, October 27, 1975
Box   88
Folder   4
Second Draft Script, by Dennis, November 17, 1975
Box   88
Folder   5
Shooting Final Script, by Dennis, November 21, 1975
Box   88
Folder   6
Revised Shooting Final Script, by Dennis, December 3, 1975
Box   88
Folder   7
Synopsis, by Dennis, undated
Box   88
Folder   8
Miscellaneous
That's Hollywood!
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television. 1977- .Syndicated.
Box   88
Folder   9
Correspondence, June 1977-March 1978
Box   88
Folder   9
Promotional Booklet, undated
“The Fox Ladies”
Box   88
Folder   10
Continuity, by Jack Haley, Jr., through
“Western Heroes,”
Box   88
Folder   10
Script, no author listed, July 11, 1977
“Special Effects by...,” #304
Box   88
Folder   11
Narration Script, no author listed, through
“The Funny Size of Hollywood,” #315
Box   88
Folder   11
Narration Script, 1977-1978
“The Rocky Road to Romance,” #T-104
Box   88
Folder   12
Narration Script, by Phillip Savenick, June 5, 1978
“You've Never Seen This Before,” #T-107
Box   88
Folder   12
Narration Script, by Aubrey Solomon, June 14, 1978
“Broadway Goes Hollywood,” #T-112
Box   88
Folder   12
Narration Script, by Tony Thomas and Douglas Stewart, June 20, 1978
“And Then I Wrote,” #U-316
Box   88
Folder   13
Narration Script, no author listed, through
Box   88
Folder   13
“I ... Spy,” #U-326, 1977-1978
Thursday's Child
Note: Production information unknown
Box   89
Folder   1
Second Draft Script, by Gwen Bagni-Dubov, from the book by Victoria Poole, February 26, 1981
Box   89
Folder   2
Shooting Final Script, by Gwen Bagni-Dubov, May 5, 1982
Today's FBI
Note: David Gerber Company. 1981-1982. Originally telecast on ABC.
Box   89
Folder   3
General Notes on the Series, undated
Box   89
Folder   4
Miscellaneous, 1981
Box   89
Folder   5
Production Budgets
“The Bureau”
Box   89
Folder   6
Revised Draft Pilot Script, by Jerry Ludwig, March 23, 1981, with later revisions
“El Paso Murder” (“San Diego Murder”), #8101
Box   89
Folder   7
Shooting Schedules, August 27, 31, 1981
Box   89
Folder   8
Notes
Box   89
Folder   8
Correspondence re: Script, Research, and Chronology, August 1981
Box   89
Folder   9
Story Outlines, by Sy Salkowitz, July 30, August 5, 1981
Box   89
Folder   10
Story, by Salkowitz, August 5, 1981
Box   89
Folder   11
First Draft Script, annotated, by Salkowitz, August 18, 1981
Box   89
Folder   12
Revised First Draft Script, by Salkowitz, August 18, 1981
Box   89
Folder   13
Second Draft Script, by Salkowitz, August 21, 1981, with later revisions
Box   90
Folder   1
Second Draft Script, annotated, by Salkowitz, August 21, 1981, with later revisions
“Hit List” (“Assassin”), #8102
Box   90
Folder   2
Notes, Research, Correspondence, Shooting Script Reviews, August-November 1981
Box   90
Folder   3
Story Outline, no author listed, undated
Box   90
Folder   4
Revised Story, by Sidney Ellis, August 14, 1981
Box   90
Folder   5
Early Script, annotated, by Ellis, October 15, 1981
Box   90
Folder   6
Second Draft of Early Script, annotated, by Ellis, November 12, 1981
Box   90
Folder   7
First Draft Script, by Ellis, November 12, 1981
Box   90
Folder   8
Second Draft Script, by Ellis, November 16, 1981
Box   90
Folder   9
Revised Second Draft Script, annotated, by Ellis, November 18, 1981
Box   90
Folder   10
Revisions, pp. 1-12, by Ellis, November 18, 1981
Box   90
Folder   11
Final Draft Script, annotated, by Ellis, November 22, 1981
Box   90
Folder   12
Revised Final Draft Script, by Ellis, November 19-25, 1981
“Kid Porn” (“Porn Story”), #8104
Box   90
Folder   13
Notes, Research, and Background
Box   90
Folder   14
Scenes, Outline, August 1981
Box   90
Folder   15
Script, by Richard Bluel and Pat Fielder, undated
Box   90
Folder   16
First Draft Script, annotated, by Bluel and Fielder, September 14, 1981
Box   90
Folder   17
Second Draft Script, annotated, by Bluel and Fielder, September 17, 1981
Box   90
Folder   18
Second Draft Script, by Bluel and Fielder, September 17, 1981, with later revisions
“Skyjack” (“Rape of the Pegasus”), #8106
Box   91
Folder   1
Notes, Research, Scenes, Shooting Script Review, September-October 1981
Box   91
Folder   2
Script, annotated, no author listed, undated
Box   91
Folder   3
Story Outline, by Rick Kelbaugh, August 12, 1981
Box   91
Folder   4
First Draft Script, by Kelbaugh, September 16, 1981
Box   91
Folder   5
Second Draft Script, annotated, by Kelbaugh, October 13, 1981
Box   91
Folder   6
Second Draft Script, by Kelbaugh, October 13, 1981, with later revisions
Box   91
Folder   7
Final Draft Script, by Kelbaugh, October 16, 1981
“Hostage” (“An Eye for an Eye”), #8108
Box   91
Folder   8
Notes, Research, Memoranda, Correspondence, Shooting Script Reviews, and Shooting Schedules, August-September 1981
Box   91
Folder   9
Early Script, no author listed, August 24, 1981
Box   91
Folder   10
First Draft Script, by Albert Aley, August 27, 1981
Box   91
Folder   11
Second Draft Script, annotated, by Aley, September 5, 1981
Box   91
Folder   12
Revised Second Draft Script, annotated, by Aley, September 6, 1981
Box   91
Folder   13
Final Draft Script, annotated, by Aley, September 10, 1981
Box   91
Folder   14
Final Draft Script, by Aley, September 10, 1981, with later revisions
“Spy” (“False False Flag,” “False Flag,“ “Counter Intelligence”), #8109
Box   91
Folder   15
Notes, Correspondence, Budget, and Script Review, November 1981
Box   92
Folder   1
Outline, by Robert Lewin, August 13, 1981
Box   92
Folder   2-3
Outlines, no author listed, undated
Box   92
Folder   4
First Draft Script, by Lewin, September 24, 1981
Box   92
Folder   5
Second Draft Script, annotated, by Lewin, October 6, 1981
Box   92
Folder   6
Partially Revised Second Draft Script, pp. 1-31, annotated, by Lewin, October 22, 1981
Box   92
Folder   7
Revised Second Draft Script, by Lewin, October 22, 1981
Box   92
Folder   8
First Draft Script, annotated, by Lewin, November 2, 1981
Box   92
Folder   9
Revised First Draft Script, by Lewin, November 2, 1981
Box   92
Folder   10
Second Draft Script, by Lewin, November 4, 1981
Box   92
Folder   11
Revised Second Draft Script, annotated, by Lewin, November 4, 1981
Box   92
Folder   12
Final Draft Script, annotated, by Lewin, November 9, 1981
Box   92
Folder   13
Revised Final Draft Script, by Lewin, November 9, 1981, with later revisions
“Career Move,” #8111
Box   92
Folder   14
Correspondence and Notes re: Changes and Revisions, October 1981
Box   92
Folder   15
Stories and Revised Stories by Sy Salkowitz, annotated, October 18-19, 1981
Box   92
Folder   16
First Draft Script, by Salkowitz, October 26, 1981
Box   92
Folder   17
Second Draft Script, by Salkowitz, October 28, 1981, with later revisions
Box   92
Folder   18
Second Draft Script, annotated, by Salkowitz, October 28, 1981
“Fugitive” (“High Sierra”), #8112
Box   93
Folder   1
Research, Comments, and Shooting Script Review, October 1981
Box   93
Folder   2
Revised Shooting Schedule, October 12, 1981
Box   93
Folder   3
Story Premise, by Paul Savage, September 16, 1981
Box   93
Folder   4
First Draft Script, by Savage, September 25, 1981
Box   93
Folder   5
First Draft Script, by Savage, October 5, 1981
Box   93
Folder   6
First Draft Script, annotated, by Savage, October 5, 1981
Box   93
Folder   7
Second Draft Script, by Savage, October 7, 1981, with later revisions
“KKK” (“KKK-Terror”), #8113
Box   93
Folder   8
Notes, Research, Drafts, and Shooting Script Review, September-October 1981
Box   93
Folder   9
Story, by Rick Kelbaugh, September 17, 1981
Box   93
Folder   10
Script, by Kelbaugh, September 23, 1981
Box   93
Folder   11
Script, no author listed, circa September 26, 1981
Box   93
Folder   12
First Draft Script, by Kelbaugh, September 27, 1981, with later revisions
Box   93
Folder   13
Revised First Draft Script, by Kelbaugh, September 27, 1981
“Blue Collar,” #8114
Box   93
Folder   14
Notes, Research, and Shooting Script Reviews, November-December 1981
Box   93
Folder   15
Early Script, annotated, by Mann Rubin, December 11, 1981
Box   93
Folder   16
First Draft Script, by Rubin, December 22, 1981
Box   93
Folder   17
Second Draft Script, annotated, by Rubin, December 30, 1981
Box   93
Folder   18
Second Draft Script, by Rubin, December 30, 1981, with revisions ofJanuary 3, 1982
Box   94
Folder   1
Second Draft Script, by Rubin, December 30, 1981, with revisions ofJanuary 6, 7, 1982
“Deep Cover,” #8116
Box   94
Folder   2
Notes, Research, Budget, and Shooting Schedule, December 1981
Box   94
Folder   3
Story, Revised Story, and Step Outline, by Rogers Turrentine, October 1981
Box   94
Folder   4
First Draft Script, by Turrentine, November 16, 1981
Box   94
Folder   5
Second Draft Script, by Turrentine, November 23, 1981
Box   94
Folder   6
First Draft Script, by Turrentine, December 1, 1981
Box   94
Folder   7
Revised First Draft Script, by Turrentine, December 1, 1981
Box   94
Folder   8
Second Draft Script, by Turrentine, December 3, 1981
Box   94
Folder   9
Revised Second Draft Script, by Turrentine, December 7, 1981
Box   94
Folder   10
Final Draft Script, by Turrentine, December 7, 1981
“Woman's Story,” #8117
Box   94
Folder   11
Notes, Shooting Script Review, Research, November-December 1981
Box   94
Folder   12
Outlines and Revised Outline with Notes, by David P. Harmon, November 2-6, 1981
Box   94
Folder   13
Revised Shooting Schedule, December 2, 1981
Box   94
Folder   14
First Draft Script, revised, by Harmon, November 10, 1981
Box   94
Folder   15
First Draft Script, by Harmon, November 17, 1981
Box   94
Folder   16
First Draft Script, with suggested cuts, by Harmon, November 17, 1981
Box   94
Folder   17
Second Draft Script, annotated, by Harmon, November 25, 1981
Box   94
Folder   18
Second Draft Script, by Harmon, November 25, 1981, with later revisions
“Serpent in the Garden,” #8119
Box   95
Folder   1
Revised Shooting Schedule, December 21, 1981
Box   95
Folder   2
Notes, Research, and Shooting Script Review, December 1981
Box   95
Folder   3
First Draft Script, by Lee Sheldon, November 23, 1981
Box   95
Folder   4
Second Draft Script, annotated, by Sheldon, December 4, 1981
Box   95
Folder   5
First Draft Script, by Sheldon, December 14, 1981
Box   95
Folder   6
First Draft Script, revised, by Sheldon, December 16, 1981
Box   95
Folder   7
Second Draft Script, by Sheldon, December 16, 1981
Box   95
Folder   8
Final Draft Script, annotated, by Sheldon, December 22, 1981
Box   95
Folder   9
Final Draft Script, by Sheldon, December 22, 1981, with later revisions
“Bankjob,” #8120
Box   95
Folder   10
Notes, undated
Box   95
Folder   11
Story, by Sy Salkowitz, January 6, 1982
Box   95
Folder   11
Revised Treatment, by Salkowitz, January 11, 1982
Box   95
Folder   12
First Draft Script, by Salkowitz, January 13, 1982
Box   95
Folder   13
Revised First Draft Script, annotated, by Salkowitz, January 18, 1982
Box   95
Folder   14
Second Draft Script, by Salkowitz, January 20, 1982
Box   95
Folder   15
Final Draft Script, by Salkowitz, January 21, 1982
“Gulf Coast Murder” (“Tampa Murder”), #8121
Box   95
Folder   16
Research and Notes, undated
Box   95
Folder   17
Story, by Paul Magistretti, undated
Box   95
Folder   18
First Draft Script, by Magistretti, January 18, 1982
Box   96
Folder   1
Revised First Draft Script, by Magistretti and Salkowitz, January 26, 1982
Box   96
Folder   2
Revised First Draft Script, by Magistretti and Salkowitz, January 26, 1982, with later revisions
Trapper John, M.D.
Note: Production information unknown. 1979- . Originally telecast on CBS.
Pilot, #1323
Box   96
Folder   3
Script, by Don Brinkley, January 24, 1979
A Very Special Love, #1194
Note: Production information unknown
Box   96
Folder   4
Script, by Joanna Lee, May 31, 1978
Box   96
Folder   5
Second Draft Script, by Lee, June 23, 1978, with revisions to January 19, 1979
Box   96
Folder   6
Second Draft Script, by Lee, June 23, 1978, with revisions, February 9, 1979
Wanted: The Sundance Woman (Mrs. Sundance, The Most Wanted Woman), #8072
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television, 1976. Originally telecast on ABC Friday Night Movie.
Box   96
Folder   7
Miscellaneous, March-May 1976
Box   96
Folder   8
Script, by Richard Fielder, June 1, 1976
WEB
Note: A Lin Bolen Production. 1978. Originally telecast on NBC.
Box   96
Folder   9
Miscellaneous, April, July 1978
“he Girl Who Saved Our America," #BO73
Box   96
Folder   10
Revised Draft Script, by David Karp, December 14, 1977
Box   96
Folder   11-12
Revised Draft Scripts, by Karp, February 10, 1978
Box   97
Folder   1
Script, Part One, additional scenes and revisions, August 1978
“The Great Clowns,” #1230
Box   97
Folder   2
First Draft Script, by David Karp, June 13, 1978
Box   97
Folder   3
Final Draft Script, by Karp, June 23, 1978
“To Angelica with Love,” #1231
Box   97
Folder   4
Revised Final Draft Script, by David P. Harmon, July 22, 1978
“Walk a Velvet Tightrope,” #1251
Box   97
Folder   5
Final Draft Script, revised, by Mann Rubin, August 10, 1978
“Goodnight and Good Luck,” #1256
Box   97
Folder   6
Second Revised Final Draft Script, by Walter Dallenbach, August 21, 1978
“The Only Show in Town,” #1264
Box   97
Folder   7
Outline, by Charles A. McDaniel, July 10, 1978
Box   97
Folder   8
First Draft Script, by McDaniel, August 17, 1978
Box   97
Folder   9
Final Draft Script, by McDaniel, September 20, 1978
“Harvey's Big Hit,” #1268
Box   97
Folder   10
Final Draft Script, revised, by Norman Katkov, August 30, 1978
“No Room at the Top,” #1279
Box   97
Folder   11
Second Draft Script, by Mann Rubin, September 25, 1978
Box   97
Folder   12
Final Draft Script, by Rubin, September 27, 1978
“California, Here We Come!” #1280
Box   97
Folder   13
Final Draft Script, by Norman Katkov, September 11, 1978
Box   98
Folder   1
Revised Final Draft Script, by Katkov, September 13, 1978
“The Perfect Woman”
Box   98
Folder   2
Outline, by Roland Wolpert, July 3, 1978, with later revisions
Box   98
Folder   3
Series Projection, July 1, 1978
Young Dan'l Boone
Note: Frankel Productions in association with 20th Century-Fox Television. 1977. Originally telecast on CBS.
Box   98
Folder   4
Episode Notes, August 1977
“Dan'l,” #X-908
Box   98
Folder   5
First Draft Script, by Ernest Frankel and David P. Harmon, March 21, 1977
Box   98
Folder   6
Revised First Draft Script, by Frankel and Harmon, March 29, 1977
Box   98
Folder   7
Second Revised Draft Script, by Frankel and Harmon, March 30, 1977
Box   98
Folder   8
Script, by Frankel and Harmon, undated
“The Slaver,” #1037
Box   98
Folder   9
Presentation and Step Outline, by Robert I. Holt, May 6, 12, 1977
Box   98
Folder   10
First Draft Script, by Holt, May 26, 1977
Box   98
Folder   11
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Holt, June 14, 1977
Box   98
Folder   12
New Scenes and Retakes, no author listed, August 22, 1977
“The Pirates,” #1038
Box   98
Folder   13
Presentation, by Jimmy Sangster, May 5, 1977
Box   98
Folder   13
Step Outline, circa 1977
Box   98
Folder   13
Extra Scene, August 11, 1977
Box   98
Folder   14
Revised Final Draft Script, by Albert Aley, July 11, 1977
“The Plague,” #1039
Box   98
Folder   15
Presentation, annotated, by Jimmy Sangster, May 4, 1977
Box   98
Folder   16
Scene Outline, annotated, by Margaret Armen and Alf Harris, May 20, 1977
Box   98
Folder   17
First Draft Script, by Armen and Harris, June 20, 1977
Box   98
Folder   18
Final Draft Script, by Armen and Harris, July 5, 1977
Box   98
Folder   19
Revised Final Draft Script, by Armen and Harris, August 22, 1977
“The Game,” #1041
Box   99
Folder   1
Story Outline, annotated, by Oliver Crawford, May 23, 1977
Box   99
Folder   2
Story, annotated, no author listed, circa 1977
Box   99
Folder   3
Final Draft Script, by Crawford, August 8, 1977
Box   99
Folder   4
Revised Final Draft Script, by Crawford, August 29, 1977
Box   99
Folder   5
Revised Final Draft Script, annotated, by Crawford, August 29, 1977
Box   99
Folder   6
Second Revised Final Draft Script, by Crawford, September 14, 1977
“The Warrior” (“Little Fox”), #1042
Box   99
Folder   7
Presentation, Step Outline, by Mann Rubin, circa 1977
Box   99
Folder   8
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Rubin, June 22, 1977
“The Trail Blazer,” #1045
Box   99
Folder   9
Presentations, by David P. Harmon, May 13, 16, 1977, with revisions, May 19, 1977
Box   99
Folder   10
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Harmon, July 18, 1977
Box   99
Folder   11
Script, by Harmon, undated
“The Salt Licks,” #1048
Box   99
Folder   12
Presentation, by Robert I. Holt, June 6, 1977
Box   99
Folder   12
Presentation, no author listed, circa 1977
Box   99
Folder   13
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Holt, June 24, 1977
Box   99
Folder   14
Revised Final Draft Script, by Holt, August 12, 1977
Box   99
Folder   15
Second Revised Final Draft Script, by Holt, August 17, 1977
“The Medicine Man” (“The Monkey”), #1052
Box   99
Folder   16-17
Story Outlines, no author listed, circa 1977
Box   99
Folder   18
Step Outline, no author listed, circa 1977
Box   99
Folder   19
Story Outline, by Lee Karson, circa 1977
Box   99
Folder   20
Story Line, by Karson, June 16, 1977
Box   99
Folder   21
First Draft Script, by Karson, July 15, 1977
Box   99
Folder   22-23
First Draft Scripts, annotated, by Karson, July 15, 1977
Box   99
Folder   24
Final Draft Script, by Karson, September 23, 1977
Box   100
Folder   1
First Draft Script, by Karson, September 29, 1977
“The Bandits,” #1053
Box   100
Folder   2
Story Outline, no author listed, circa 1977
Box   100
Folder   3
Story Outline, by Donn Mullally, circa 1977
Box   100
Folder   4
Script, by Mullally, circa 1977
“The Haunted Mountain,” #1057
Box   100
Folder   5
Story, no author listed, June 7, 1977
Box   100
Folder   6
Story, no author listed, June 22, 1977
Box   100
Folder   7
Final Draft Script, by Albert Aley, August 11, 1977
Box   100
Folder   8
Revised Final Draft Script, annotated, by Aley, August 26, 1977
Box   100
Folder   9
Revised Final Draft Script, by Aley, August 26, 1977
Box   100
Folder   10
Second Revised Final Draft, with revisions and annotations, by Aley, September 1, 1977
“The Planter,” #1058
Box   100
Folder   11
Outline, annotated, by Daniel Ullman, June 14, 1977
Box   100
Folder   12
Story, no author listed, circa 1977
Box   100
Folder   13
Final Draft Script, annotated, by Ullman, July 22, 1977
Box   100
Folder   14
Script, by Ullman, circa 1977
“A Matter of Honor” (“Siege”), #1059
Box   100
Folder   15
Story Outline, no author listed, June 9, 1977
Box   100
Folder   16
Story, by Robert I. Holt, June 17, 1977
Box   100
Folder   17
Story Outline, no author listed, circa 1977
Box   100
Folder   18
First Draft Script, annotated, by Holt, June 28, 1977
Box   100
Folder   19
First Draft Script, by Holt, July 1, 1977
“The Survivors,” #1060
Box   100
Folder   20
Story, no author listed, circa 1977
Box   100
Folder   21
First Draft Script, by Edwin Self, September 19, 1977
Box   100
Folder   22
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Self, September 27, 1977
Box   101
Folder   1
Script, no author listed, circa 1977
Box   101
Folder   2
Script, by Self, annotated, circa 1977
“The Lie” (“The Enemy Has 1000 Eyes”), #1078
Box   101
Folder   3
First Draft Script, annotated, by Robert I. Holt, July 22, 1977
Box   101
Folder   4
Second Draft Script, by Holt, August 10, 1977
Box   101
Folder   5
Final Draft Script, annotated, by Holt, September 27, 1977
Box   101
Folder   6
First Draft Script, by Holt, September 29, 1977
Box   101
Folder   7
Script, annotated, by Holt, circa 1977
“An Officer and a Gentleman,” #1104
Box   101
Folder   8
Story, no author listed, August 31, 1977
Box   101
Folder   9
Step Outline, by Albert Aley, September 2, 1977
Box   101
Folder   10
First Draft Script, by Aley, September 13, 1977
Box   101
Folder   11
Final Draft Script, by Aley, October 3, 1977
“An Eye for an Eye” (“The Cave”)
Box   101
Folder   12
Story Outline, by Gerry Day and Bethel Leslie, circa 1977
Box   101
Folder   13
Script, by Day and Leslie, June 14, 1977
“The Long Hunter”
Box   101
Folder   14
Step Outline, by Oliver Crawford, June 28, 1977
Box   101
Folder   15
Story Outline, annotated, no author listed, circa 1977
Box   101
Folder   16
Story Premise, no author listed, September 1, 1977
Box   101
Folder   17
First Draft Script, by Robert I. Holt, September 19, 1977
“The Hunt”
Box   101
Folder   18
Story Outline, by Dan Ullman, September 19, 1977
“The Tax Collector”
Box   101
Folder   19
Step Outline, by Jimmy Sangster, September 27, 1977
“The Aristocrats”
Box   101
Folder   20
Story, no author listed, circa 1977
“The Miners”
Box   101
Folder   21
Story Outline, by Lee Karson, circa 1977
Subseries: Television - Unproduced
An Affair to Remember
Box   101
Folder   22
Presentation and Projection, by Rita Lakin, April 13, 1976, with later revisions
The Afternoon Novel
Box   101
Folder   23
Concept, by George Paris, undated
Annie Lee, #6828
Box   101
Folder   24
Synopsis of a Pilot Story, by Harold Gast, undated
Box   102
Folder   1
Draft Pilot Script, by Gast, March 17, 1975
Box   102
Folder   2
Draft Pilot Script, by Gast, April 22, 1975
Box   102
Folder   3
Draft Pilot Script, annotated, by Gast, April 22, 1975, with later revisionsJune 16, 1975
Box   102
Folder   4
Draft Pilot Script, by Gast, June 16, 1975
Box   102
Folder   5
Draft Pilot Script, by Gast, June 16, 1975, with earlier notes
Barracuda, #1124
Note: NBC Television Movie. 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   102
Folder   6
Second Draft Story, by Peter L. Dixon, December 5, 1977
Box   102
Folder   7
Third Draft Story, by Dixon, January 4, 1978
Box   102
Folder   8
First Draft Script, by Dixon, February 21, 1978
Box   102
Folder   9
Second Draft Script, by Dixon, April 24, 1978
Battleground: Earth, #6971
Note: Norway Productions, Inc.
Box   102
Folder   10
Story, by Gene Roddenberry, November 9, 1976
Box   102
Folder   11
Early Draft Script, pp. 1-45, by Roddenberry, Brian McKay, and Cy Chermak, circa January 1977
Box   102
Folder   12
First Draft Script, by McKay, December 15, 1976
Box   102
Folder   13
Second Draft Script, by McKay, January 3, 1977
Box   103
Folder   1
Revised Second Draft Script, by Roddenberry, McKay, and Chermak, January 20, 1977
Box   103
Folder   2
Revised Second Draft Script, by Roddenberry, McKay, and Chermak, January 20, 1977, with later revisions
Box   103
Folder   3
Third Draft Script, by McKay, June 24, 1977
Box   103
Folder   4
Revised Draft Script, by McKay and David Sontag, October 24, 1977
Box   103
Folder   5
Revised Final Draft Script, by Roddenberry, McKay, Sontag, and Robert Holt, October 31, 1977
Box   103
Folder   6
Script (“The Silken Tightrope”), by Francine Carroll, August 27, 1977
Belvedere
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   103
Folder   7
Concept, July 15, 1975
Big Foot
Note: Saturday morning action-adventure series
Box   103
Folder   8
Presentation, no author listed, undated
Bleep, #1234
Note: (20th Century-Fox Television)
Box   103
Folder   9
Final Draft Script, by Arnold, Lois, and Tony Peyser and Leonard Ripps, December 1, 1978
Bon Voyage
Box   103
Folder   10
Script, by Bruce Geller and Mack David, May 9, 1977
The Borrowers, #6760
Note: Pod Three Productions in association with 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   103
Folder   11
Script, by Alvin Sapinsley, September 24, 1975
The Boutique, #6959
Note: Comedy Pilot. 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   103
Folder   12
First Draft Script, by Lynn Roth and John Mendelsohn, December 17, 1976
Box   103
Folder   13
Second Draft Script, by Roth and Mendelsohn, January 10, 1977
Bring Me the Soul of Ira Sachs
Note: Situation Comedy. 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   103
Folder   14
Treatment, by Albert Goodman and Geoffrey Russell Taylor, undated
Camp Four
Note: Television Movie
Box   103
Folder   15
Story Outline, by Robert Earll, June 6, 1978
A Captive of Time
Box   103
Folder   16
Photocopy of a book by Olga Ivinskaya
Box   103
Folder   16
Memorandum from Jerry Tokovsky to Sy Salkowitz, December 8, 1978
The Capture and Trial of Adolf Hitler
Note: Dramatic Special
Box   104
Folder   1
Treatment, by Lionel Cheywynd, copyright1976
The Chapman Report
Box   104
Folder   2
Revised Draft Script, by Elizabeth and Oliver Hailey, undated
Child of the Morning, #1113
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   104
Folder   3
First Draft Script, by Alvin Sapinsley, February 1, 1978
Box   104
Folder   4
Second Draft Script, by Sapinsley, April 10, 1978
The Children, #6950
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   104
Folder   5
Story Outline, by Stephan and Elinor Karpf, undated
Box   104
Folder   6
Final Draft Script, by David P. Harmon, March 4, 1978
The Citizen
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   104
Folder   7
Treatment, by Brian McKay, July 20, 1977
Cleo and Mr. Wheeler (Cleo's Family)
Box   104
Folder   8
Presentation for series based on The Naked Children by Daniel Fader, by Ronald Rubin, August 19, 1976
Box   104
Folder   9
Revised Treatment, by Rubin, October 11, 1976
Club Pacific
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   104
Folder   10
First Draft Script, by Robert Bloch, October 10, 1978
Box   104
Folder   11
Second Draft Script, by Bloch, January 8, 1979
The Coming of Igor Beaver
Note: Lila Garrett Productions in association with 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   104
Folder   12
Draft Pilot Script, by Barry E. Blitzer, September 12, 1977
Box   104
Folder   13
Revised Draft Script, by Blitzer, January 20, 1978
Box   105
Folder   1
“The Arrival” - Script, by Blitzer, January 3, 1978
Coming Out
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   105
Folder   2
First Draft Script, by William Bast, March 24, 1978, with later revisions
Coping, #1234
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   105
Folder   3
Script, by Arnold, Lois, and Tony Peyser and Leonard Ripps, September 28, 1978
Courthouse, #1158
Note: A Bruce Geller Unit Production in assistance with 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   105
Folder   4
First Draft Script, by William Wood, February 6, 1978
Box   105
Folder   5
Revised Draft Script, by Wood, April 3, 1978
The Crazy Ladies
Note: Francy Productions, Inc.
Box   105
Folder   6
Series Presentation, by Francine Carroll, undated
The Curse of the Mummy
Note: David Lowell Rick and Peter Katz Productions in association with 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   105
Folder   7
First Draft Script, by Joseph Stefano, February 14, 1977
Box   105
Folder   8
Revised First Draft Script, by Stefano, February 22, 1977
Dancer, #1303
Note: Jerry Tokovsky Productions in association with 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   105
Folder   9
First Draft Pilot Script, by April Kelly, January 29, 1979
The Dashiell Hammett Walking Tour
Box   105
Folder   10
First Draft Script, by Dean Hargrove, February 19, 1982
Box   106
Folder   1-2
Revised Draft Scripts, Parts One and Two, by Hargrove, July 12, 1982
Day at Night
Box   106
Folder   3
First Draft Script, created and developed by Josh Greenfeld, December 8, 1977
Deliver
Note: Sy Salkowitz Productions, Inc.
Box   106
Folder   4
Concept Outline, by Sy Salkowitz, August 21, 1979
Box   106
Folder   5
Character and Pilot Story Breakdown, Notes, no author listed, September-November 1979
Box   106
Folder   6
Pilot Notes, July-August 1980
“The Gabandu Assignment” (“The Gabandu Cargo,” “The Gabandu Detail”), #794
Box   106
Folder   7-8
First Draft Scripts, by Salkowitz, undated
Box   106
Folder   9
First Draft Script, by Salkowitz, November 1, 1979
Box   106
Folder   10
Second Draft Script, by Salkowitz, November 15, 1979
Box   106
Folder   11
Second Draft Script, with revisions, by Salkowitz, November 15, 1979
“A Horse Named Runaway,” #805
Box   106
Folder   12
Treatment, by Al Martinez, August 23, 1980
Box   106
Folder   13
First Draft Script, by Martinez, September 9, 1980
Box   106
Folder   14
Notes on First Draft, September 18, 1980
Box   106
Folder   15
First Draft Script, by Martinez, October 6, 1980
Box   107
Folder   1
First Draft Script, with revisions, by Martinez, October 7, 1980
Box   107
Folder   2
Second Draft Script, by Martinez, undated
Box   107
Folder   3
Notes on Second Draft, undated
Box   107
Folder   4
Second Draft Script, by Martinez, November 12, 1980
The Disappearance
Note: Francy Productions, Inc.
Box   107
Folder   5
Series Presentation, by Philip Wylie, September 1, 1975
Doc Savage
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
“The Secret in the Sky,” #6885
Box   107
Folder   6
Revised First Draft Pilot Script, by Alvin Sapinsley, December 22, 1975
Box   107
Folder   7
Second Revised First Draft Pilot Script, by Sapinsley, December 22, 1975
Box   107
Folder   8
Second Draft Pilot Script, by Sapinsley, January 2, 1976
Disco
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   107
Folder   9
Treatment, by Gloria Goldsmith and Booker Bradshaw, April 26, 1977
The Enigma People
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
“Track--The Dragon's Teeth”
Box   107
Folder   10
Script, by Sam H. Rolfe, undated
Box   107
Folder   11
Script, by Rolfe, January 26, 1977
Box   107
Folder   12
Final Draft Script, by Rolfe, January 27, 1977
Box   107
Folder   13
Revised Final Draft Script, by Rolfe, January 27, 1977
The Factory
Note: Comedy Pilot. Lila Garrett Productions in association with 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   107
Folder   14
Script, by Ben Starr and Charles Stewart, October 18, 1977
Box   107
Folder   15
Script, by Starr and Stewart, November 18, 1977
Father, Mother, Sister, Brother
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   107
Folder   16
Second Draft Script, by Karyl Miller Geld, August 25, 1976
A Free Woman
Note: Television Movie for CBS. 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   108
Folder   1
Treatment, by John Crowther, March 27, 1978
Box   108
Folder   2
Revised Treatment, by Crowther, June 20, 1978
The French Connection
Box   108
Folder   3
Script (extract) for proposed pilot, annotated, no author listed, undated
From This Day Forward
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
“Get Away Day,” #6864
Box   108
Folder   4
Revised Draft Script, by Karyl Miller Geld, David Harmon, and Jay Redack, November 29, 1976
Box   108
Folder   5
Second Revised Draft Script, by Geld, Harmon, and Redack, December 2, 1976
The Futurist, #6836
Note: Sandollar Productions, Ltd. in association with 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   108
Folder   6
Treatment, by Burr Smidt and Terry Kahn, June 23, 1975
Gallagher's Girls
Box   108
Folder   7
Treatment, by Rick Husky, November 16, 1976
Box   108
Folder   8
First Draft Script, annotated, by Husky, December 6, 1976
Box   108
Folder   9
Second Draft Script, by Husky, December 10, 1976
The Girl Who Could Be Anything
Note: Lila Garrett Productions in association with 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   108
Folder   10
First Draft Script, by Lila Garrett and Sanford Krinski, November 23, 1977
Box   108
Folder   11
Second Draft Script, by Garrett and Krinski, January 1978
The Girls
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   108
Folder   12
Revisions to Script, by Blanche Hanalis, Second Draft, circa January 6, 1977
God Is a Woman
Note: A Jerry Tokovsky Production
Box   108
Folder   13
First Draft Script, annotated, by Stanley Ralph Ross, circa November 22, 1978
Good Against Evil
Note: Lin Bolen Productions/Frankel Productions in association with 20th Century-Fox
“Edge of Madness,” #1079
Box   108
Folder   14
First Draft Script, by David P. Harmon, October 20, 1977
“Another Jessica Gordon,” #1080
Box   108
Folder   15
First Draft Script, by David P. Harmon and John T. Dugan, October 28, 1977
Gotta Get Out
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   109
Folder   1
Series Presentation, by Sidney Ellis, July 15, 1975
Growing Pains, #1096
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   109
Folder   2
Treatment, by Nancy Sackett, April 6, 1978
Box   109
Folder   3
First Draft Script, by Sackett, November 6, 1978
Grownups, #1277X
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   109
Folder   4
Script, by Norman Steinberg, September 12, 1978
Box   109
Folder   5
Revised Script, by Steinberg, September 15, 1978
Box   109
Folder   6
Revised Script, by Steinberg, December 26, 1978
Harry and Tonto, #6842
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   109
Folder   9
Presentation, by Josh Greenfeld, June 24, 1975
Box   109
Folder   10
Script, by Greenfeld, August 6, 1975
Heavy Business
Note: Sy Salkowitz Productions
Box   109
Folder   11
Series Presentation, by Allen Stone and Barry Roberts, undated
Box   109
Folder   12
Script, annotated, no author listed, October 22, 1980
“The Spring Line,” #804
Box   109
Folder   13
First Draft Script, by Stone and Roberts, November 3, 1980
Box   109
Folder   14
Final Draft Script, by Stone and Roberts, December 3, 1980
Box   109
Folder   15
Notes, September-October 1980
High Iron, #1314
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   110
Folder   1
Script, by Alvin Boretz, January 4, 1979
Box   110
Folder   2
Script, by Boretz, January 15, 1979
Box   110
Folder   3
Revised Script, by Boretz, January 15, 1979
Hollywood Gold, #1155
Note: Television Movie for NBC. Mike Wise-Frank Levy, The Production Company, in association with 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   110
Folder   4
Second Draft Script, by Clyde Ware, January 31, 1978
Box   110
Folder   5
Revised Second Draft Script, by Ware, February 14, 1978
T.H.E. Hospital
Note: Castle-Combe Productions in association with 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   110
Folder   6
First Draft Story Presentation and Projection, by Steve MacCarthy and Paul K. Taylor, October 11, 1978
Box   110
Folder   7
Updated Story Presentation and Projection, by David Lawrence, circa January 16, 1979
The House on 92nd Street, #6969
Box   110
Folder   8
Draft Script, annotated, by Robert I. Holt and John D.F. Black, circa December 29, 1976
Box   110
Folder   9
Revised Draft Script, annotated, by Holt and Black, December 30, 1976
Box   110
Folder   10
Script, annotated, no author listed, undated
Box   111
Folder   1
Script, no author listed, undated
Box   111
Folder   2
Notes, undated
Hunter's Moon (When the Blood Flows)
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
“And Then There Were Thirty-Nine,” #1357
Box   111
Folder   3
Script, by David Dortort, January 15, 1979
Box   111
Folder   4
Final Draft Script, by Dortort, January 22, 1979, with later revisions
I'm Eve
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   111
Folder   5
Treatment, by William Wood, June 26, 1978
Imposter
Box   111
Folder   6
Notes, no author listed, undated
The Inheritance, #801
Note: Television movie. Sy Salkowitz Productions
Box   111
Folder   7
Synopsis, by Sy Salkowitz, undated
Box   111
Folder   8
Treatment, by Salkowitz, undated
Box   111
Folder   9
Treatment (typescript), by Salkowitz, March 3, 1980
Box   111
Folder   10
Early Draft Script, by Salkowitz, March 28, 1980 (April 3, 1980?)
Box   111
Folder   11
First Draft Script, annotated, by Salkowitz, April 8, 1980
Box   111
Folder   12
Revised Draft Script, by Salkowitz, June 9, 1980
Box   112
Folder   1
Notes, circa March 1980
Introducing Rene Simard
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   112
Folder   2
Presentation for a Variety Show, by Alan Thicke, January 18, 1976
Jonathan's Journal, #1150
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   112
Folder   3
Script, by April Smith, December 14, 1977
Box   112
Folder   4
First Draft Script, by Smith, January 9, 1978
The Joy of Motherhood
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   112
Folder   5
Presentation, by Karyl Miller Geld, January 5, 1976
The Judge, #6997
Note: A Bruce Geller Unit Production in association with 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   112
Folder   6
Script, by Bruce Geller and Cliff Gould, June 10, 1977
Box   112
Folder   7
Script, by Geller and Gould, September 20, 1977
Box   112
Folder   8
Script, by Geller and Gould, September 23, 1977
Box   112
Folder   9
Revised Draft Script, by Geller and Gould, October 13, 1977
Keeper of the Wild (Amani Jim), #1074
Note: 20th Century-Fox Colgate in association with Elbekay Productions
Box   112
Folder   10
First Draft Script, by Leonard B. Kaufman, October 20, 1977
The Lady from Delaware
Note: Francy Productions
Box   112
Folder   11
Presentation, by John Brascia and Robert V. O'Neil, September 1, 1975
The Legman, #8098
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   112
Folder   12
Script, by Sy Salkowitz, September 13, 1974
Life After Marriage, #8100
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   112
Folder   13
Script, by Robert L. Joseph and Diana Gould, April 9, 1975
Life with the Lennons
Box   112
Folder   14
Pilot Script, by Robert Fisher and Arthur Marx, circa January 13, 1977
Box   112
Folder   15
Revised Pilot Script, by Fisher and Marx, January 17, 1977
Box   113
Folder   1
Pilot Script, by Fisher and Marx, undated
Lights Out
Note: For Nightwatch - Viacom - NBC
Box   113
Folder   2
First Draft Script, by Guerdon Trueblood, undated
The Little Kids
Box   113
Folder   3
Concept, by Bob Johnson and Bob Stitzel, undated
MAC-5
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   113
Folder   4
Presentation, October 14, 1976
The McCrackens (Mingo, Coaltown, U.S.A.), #792
Note: Sy Salkowitz Productions
Box   113
Folder   5
First Draft Script, by William Kelley, September 4, 1979
Box   113
Folder   6
First Draft Script, by Kelley, September 15, 1979
Box   113
Folder   7
Second Draft Script, by Kelley, October 19, 1979
Box   113
Folder   8
Script, annotated, by Kelley, November 7, 1979
Box   113
Folder   9
Revised Second Draft Script, by Kelley, November 7, 1979
Box   113
Folder   10
Notes and Suggested Revisions, no author listed, September-October 1979
Meridian
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   113
Folder   11
Concept for action-adventure series, created by Leonard Ackerman, undated
Mike
Note: Comedy Series. 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   113
Folder   12
Series Presentation, by Leonard Kantor, July 3, 1975
The Miracle Manufacturing King
Note: Johnny Seven Enterprises
Box   113
Folder   13
Series Presentation, no author listed, undated
Miss Joanna
Note: Francy Productions
Box   113
Folder   14
Series Presentation, by Francine Carroll, undated
Missing
Note: A Bruce Geller Production in association with 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   113
Folder   15
Synopsis, by Leonard Kantor, May 9, 1977
Box   113
Folder   16
First Draft Script, by Kantor, November 22, 1977
Box   113
Folder   17
Script, annotated, no author listed, circa 1977
Money from Heaven
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   113
Folder   18
Series Concept, by Caryl and Jerry Ledner, July 15, 1975
Moose, #1029
Note: A Bruce Geller Unit Production in association with 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   113
Folder   19
Script, by Christopher Knopf, September 29, 1977
Box   114
Folder   1
Script, by Knopf, October 20, 1977
The Motive
Box   114
Folder   2
Script, by Burt Styler, undated
National Enquirer
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   114
Folder   3
Notes on the Television Format, by Eric Lieber, October 12, 1977
The New Fantastic Voyage, #6965
Note: Television movie for NBC. 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   114
Folder   4
Script, by William Read Woodfield, December 9, 1976
Box   114
Folder   5
Script, revised, by Woodfield, December 21, 1976
Box   114
Folder   6
Script, by Woodfield, December 23, 1976
Box   114
Folder   7
Script, annotated, by Woodfield, December 23, 1976
Box   114
Folder   8
Script, revised, by Woodfield, January 7, 1977
Nightcops
Note: Sy Salkowitz Productions
“Mr Tip-Your-Hat,” #793
Box   114
Folder   9-10
First Draft Scripts, by Sy Salkowitz, September 17, 1979
Box   115
Folder   1
Second Draft Script, by Salkowitz, November 9, 1979
Box   115
Folder   2
Second Draft Script, annotated, by Salkowitz, November 9, 1979
Box   115
Folder   3
Manuscript, by Salkowitz, circa 1979
Box   115
Folder   4
Notes, circa 1979
Night School, #1109
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   115
Folder   5
First Draft Script, by Josh Greenfeld, Mary-David Sheiner, and Sheila Judis Weisberg, January 20, 1978
Night Shift
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   115
Folder   6
Treatment, by Stephen King, circa April 28, 1978
94th Pursuit Squadron, #6831
Note: Marvin Birdt in association with 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   115
Folder   7
Concept, by Guerdon Trueblood, June 4, 1975
The O'Flahertys (A Tree Grows in Brooklyn)
Note: Norman Rosemont Production in association with 20th Century-Fox Television
“A Tree Grows in Brooklyn,” #6546
Box   115
Folder   8
Final Draft Script, by Blanche Hanalis, January 4, 1974
“The O'Flahertys,” #6850
Box   115
Folder   9
First Draft Script, by Blanche Hanalis, December 11, 1975
Box   115
Folder   10
Series Outline and Budget Estimates, November 1975-June 1976
One More Time (Walter Where Are You?), #1294
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   115
Folder   11
Script, by Michael Morris, November 20, 1978
Box   115
Folder   12
Second Draft Script, by Morris, January 8, 1979
One Woman's Trap
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
“Get Away Day”
Box   115
Folder   13-14
Scripts, by David P. Harmon, undated
Order to Show Cause
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   116
Folder   1
Series Presentation, by Karen Thompson Golay, June 27, 1975
The Pack
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   116
Folder   2
Story Outline, by Alan Sharp, July 23, 1976
Pauline, #8716
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   116
Folder   3
Presentation, by Stan Hart, July 1, 1975
Peyton Place '79
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   116
Folder   4
Final Draft Script, episode #1, by Don Wallace(?), January 10, 1979
Phantom of the Open Hearth
Note: John Rich Productions, Inc., in association with 20th Century-Fox Television
“Friendly Fred Meets the Bionic Mother” and “The Cold Light of Truth,” #1198
Box   116
Folder   5
Final Draft Script, by Jean Shepherd, April 5, 1978
Box   116
Folder   6
Final Draft Script, by Shepherd, April 5, 1978, with later revisions
“Big Money Is Just Around the Corner,” or “A Pheasant in Every Pot,” #1285
Box   116
Folder   7
Script, by Harry Cauley, November 13, 1978
“The Saturday Blues,” or “Knute Rockne Lives,” #1317
Box   116
Folder   8
Script, by Eric Boardman, November 13, 1978
“The Grandstand Passion Play of Delbert and the Bumpus Hounds,” #1319
Box   116
Folder   9
Script, by Jean Shepherd, November 13, 1978
“The Beautiful Yellow Bon-Bon and the Wrath of God's Bowling Alley,” #1326
Box   116
Folder   10
Script, by Jean Shepherd, November 13, 1978
“Lost at C and the Great Washrag Scam,” #1330
Box   116
Folder   11
Script, by Jean Shepherd, November 13, 1978
“0llie Hopnoodle's Haven of Bliss and The Old Man Fights the Great Chicken Storm,” #1313
Box   116
Folder   12
Script, by Jean Shepherd, November 13, 1978
The Possessed
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   116
Folder   13
Concept and Story Outline, by A.J. Carothers, circa 1976
The Razzle Dazzle Kid
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   116
Folder   14
Story Outline and Addendum, no author listed, undated
The Ruptured Duck
Note: Sy Salkowitz Productions
Box   117
Folder   1
Story Ideas, Created by Sy Salkowitz, July-November 1979
“Easy Street,” #791 (Pilot Episode)
Box   117
Folder   2
Script, by Barry and Arlene Sand, November 1, 1979
Box   117
Folder   3
First Draft Script, annotated, by Barry and Arlene Sand, November 12, 1979
Box   117
Folder   4
Revised Draft Script, annotated, by Barry and Arlene Sand, December 16, 1979
Sassy Frassy
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   117
Folder   5
Concept and Script, by Erwin Washington, August 10, 1977
Scandal Hall
Note: A Lin Bolen Production in association with 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   117
Folder   6
First Draft Script, by Richard Fielder, January 20, 1978
Second Helping
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   117
Folder   7
Story, by Debra Frank and Scott Rubenstein, undated
The Second Time Around (Open Divorce), #1299
Note: Jerry Tokovsky Productions in association with 20th Century-Fox Productions
Box   117
Folder   8
First Draft Script, by Elliot Schoenman, September 19, 1978
Box   117
Folder   9
Final Draft Script, by Schoenman, November 10, 1978
Box   117
Folder   10
Revised Final Draft Scipt, by Schoenman, March 6, 1979
The Senate Investigator
Note: Topanga Services Ltd. and Sy Salkowitz Productions, Inc. in association with Warner Bros. Television
Box   117
Folder   11
First Draft Script, by Jerome Coopersmith, April 1980
Box   117
Folder   12
Revised Draft Script, by Coopersmith, June 1980
Box   117
Folder   13
Revised Draft Script, annotated, by Coopersmith, July 9, 1980
Box   118
Folder   1
Final Draft Script, by Coopersmith, July 14, 1980
Box   118
Folder   2
Miscellaneous, November 1979-May 1980
Shenandoah, #7005
Note: Mark VII Productions in association with 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   118
Folder   3
First Draft Script, by Joanna Lee, June 13, 1975
Sisters, #1135
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   118
Folder   4
Story Outline, by Lynn Roth, July 9, 1975
Box   118
Folder   5
First Draft Script, by Maya Angelou, February 2, 1978
Box   118
Folder   6
Final Draft Script, by Angelou, April 11, 1978
Box   118
Folder   7
Revised Final Draft Script, by Angelou, April 27, 1978
Box   119
Folder   1
Revised Final Draft Script, by Angelou, June 12, 1978
Box   119
Folder   2
Revised Final Draft Script, by Angelou, January 9, 1979
Sly
Box   119
Folder   3
Presentation, by Sy Salkowitz, undated
Something for Everyone
Note: A John Cutts Production for 20th Century-Fox Television
“The Long Trail Home” and “Smith”
Box   119
Folder   4
Treatments, by John Cutts, undated
“Loose Chippings”
Box   119
Folder   4
Treatment, by Thomas G. Wheeler, undated
“Mustang”
Box   119
Folder   4
Treatment, by David and Susan Dworski, undated
Sports People
Note: William Esty Company, Inc.
Box   119
Folder   5
Series Presentation, no author listed, undated
Spy in the House
Note: Sy Salkowitz Productions
“Spy in Our Midst”
Box   119
Folder   6
Proposal, by Sy Salkowitz, November 14, 1979
“Spy in the House”
Box   119
Folder   7-9
Revised Draft Scripts, annotated, by Salkowitz, September 16-October 8, 1980
Box   119
Folder   10-11
Scripts, by Salkowitz, undated
Box   120
Folder   1
Series Outlines forSuper Eye, Battleground: Earth, The Visitor, andThe Irobins, by Gene Roddenberry, August and September 1976
Swan Song, #1199
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   120
Folder   2
Script, by Michael Mann, February 27, 1978
Box   120
Folder   3
First Draft Script, by Mann and Jeffrey Bloom, March 10, 1978
Box   120
Folder   4
Final Draft Script, by Bloom and Mann, March 22, 1978
Box   120
Folder   5
Final Draft Script, with revisions, by Bloom and Mann, March 22-23, 1978
Box   120
Folder   6
Revised Final Draft Script, by Bloom, Mann, and Ron Kaslow, January 8, 1979
Box   120
Folder   7
Second Revised Final Draft Script, by Bloom, Mann, and Bud Barnett, February 1, 1979
Box   120
Folder   8
Second Draft Script, by Bloom, undated
Take 5 . . . Girls, #1132
Note: Nancy Malone Productions in association with 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   120
Folder   9
Revised First Draft Script, by Blanche Hanalis, January 17, 1978
Tender Is the Night
Box   120
Folder   10
General Outline for Thirteen Weeks of Episodes, by Stephen and Elinor Karpf, undated
The Texans
Note: Jay Bernstein Public Relations in association with 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   120
Folder   11
First Draft Script, by Millard Kaufman, February 7, 1978
Thicker Than Water
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   121
Folder   1
Series Presentation, by Hal Kanter, August 15, 1976
Box   121
Folder   2
Revised Series Presentation, by Kanter, September 6, 1976
“Fa's Fling,” #6925
Box   121
Folder   3
First Draft Script, by Kanter, October 25, 1976
Box   121
Folder   4
First Draft Script, by Kanter, November 2, 1976
Box   121
Folder   5
Final Draft Script, by Kanter, December 2, 1976
“The New Tenant” (“The Vacancy”), #6990
Box   121
Folder   6
Story Outline, by Kanter, June 16, 1977
Box   121
Folder   7
Script, by Kanter, July 25, 1977
Box   121
Folder   8
Second Draft Script, by Kanter, August 31, 1977
“Get Up Off Your Knee, Sonny Boy”
Box   121
Folder   9
Story Line, by Kanter, undated
Three Women: Single in the Hamptons
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   121
Folder   10
First Draft Script, by Jane and William Hitchcock, June 1978
Box   121
Folder   11
Second Draft Script, by Jane and William Hitchcock, July 28, 1978
The Time of the Devil
Note: Lin Bolen Productions
Box   121
Folder   12
First Draft Script, by Jimmy Sangster, December 10, 1976
Treblinka
Note: Myrt-Hal Productions, Viacom Enterprises
Box   121
Folder   13
Script, by Hal Sitowitz, undated
Trial Marriage
Note: Television movie for NBC. 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   121
Folder   14
Treatment, by Sylvie Schneble, January 27, 1978
Box   122
Folder   1
First Draft Script, by Schneble and John Crowther, June 26, 1978
Tri-I #6958
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   122
Folder   2
Character Sketches and Summary for Comedy Pilot, by Ann Gibbs and Joel Kimmel, October 1976
Box   122
Folder   3
Treatment, by Gibbs and Kimmel, November 3, 1976
“From Rush with Love”
Box   122
Folder   4
First Draft Script, by Gibbs and Kimmel, December 10, 1976
Box   122
Folder   5
Second Draft Script, by Gibbs and Kimmel, February 10, 1977
The Tombstone Kid
Note: 10/4 Productions
Box   122
Folder   6
Presentation, by Greg Strangis, undated
Tutankhamun: The Love God
Note: Mike Wise - Frank Levy, The Production Company, in association with 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   122
Folder   7
First Draft Script, by William Bast, April 3, 1978
Two Consenting Adults (The Adulteress, Consenting Adults)
Note: Joel Katz Productions in association with 20th Century-Fox Television.
“The Adulteress,” #6593
Box   122
Folder   8
Revised Draft Script, by Diana Gould, October 25, 1974
“Consenting Adults,” #1011
Box   122
Folder   9
Script, by Audrey Davis Levin, March 22, 1977
Box   122
Folder   10
Script, annotated, by Levin, March 22, 1977
Box   122
Folder   11
Second Draft Script, by Levin, May 12, 1977
Box   123
Folder   1
Script, annotated, by Nancy Sackett, August 11, 1977
Box   123
Folder   2
Script, by Sackett, August 17, 1977
“Two Consenting Adults”
Box   123
Folder   3
Revised Third Draft Script, by Nancy Sackett, September 7, 1977
“Two Consenting Adults, or First Affair”
Box   123
Folder   4
Script, by Nancy Sackett, December 14, 1977
Two for the Road
Note: Franey Productions
Box   123
Folder   5-6
Series Presentations, by Cy Chermak, undated
Under One Roof, #1090
Note: Lila Garrett Productions in association with 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   123
Folder   7
Second Draft Pilot Script, by Kevin Hartigan and David Garber, January 16, 1978
Upmanship
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   123
Folder   8
Treatment, by Herbert Baker, June 24, 1975
The War Apartment
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   123
Folder   9
Concept, by S. Lee Pogostin, undated
The Wicked Dreams of a Married Woman
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   123
Folder   10
First Draft Script, by Jewel Jaffe and Jerry Rannow, December 5, 1977
Without Ransom
Note: A Bruce Geller Unit Production in association with 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   123
Folder   11-12
Story Outlines, by John Crowther, undated
Women Who Wait
Note: Mike Wise - Frank Levy, The Production Company, in association with 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   124
Folder   1
Story Outline, by Cliff Osmond, February 7, 1978
Women After Prison
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   124
Folder   2
Presentation, by Robert Earll, March 1, 1976
Box   124
Folder   2
Treatment, by Earll, August 18, 1976
Box   124
Folder   3
Revised Treatment, by Earll, October 8, 1976
Box   124
Folder   3
With Additions and Notes, October 18, 1976
Box   124
Folder   4
Revised Story Outline, by Earll, November 29, 1976
The World of the Strange
Note: Daniel Wilson Productions in association with 20th Century-Fox
Box   124
Folder   5
Series Presentation, no author listed, based on The Book of the Strange, August 10, 1977
The Yazzies: A Navajo Family (The Yazzies)
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   124
Folder   6
Concept Story, Background, by David Sontag
“Nahonzdod: The Fearing Time”
Box   124
Folder   7
First Draft Script, by Budd Schulberg, December 30, 1977
“The Yazzie Family, 1860-1863,” #1168
Box   124
Folder   8
Revised First Draft Script, by Schulberg and Larry Littlebird, July 17, 1978
“Changing Woman,” #1025
Box   124
Folder   9
First Draft Script, by David Sontag and N. Scott Momaday, August 10, 1978
“Binant 'Atso: The Harvest”
Box   125
Folder   1
Script, by Schulberg and Stan Silverman, August 10, 1978
“Film Two: Exile,” #1025
Box   125
Folder   2
Revised First Draft Script, story by David Sontag, contributing writers, Budd Schulberg and Larry Littlebird, September 22, 1978
“A New Beginning, 1868-1888”
Box   125
Folder   3
Revised First Draft Script, by Schulberg and Littlebird, February 2, 1979
Your Right to Know
Note: 20th Century-Fox Television
Box   125
Folder   4
Presentation, by Alvin Cooperman, January 31, 1977
Subseries: Miscellaneous
Box   125
Folder   5
Miscellany, 1975, 1982
Box   125
Folder   6-8
Household Share Trends and Graphs of M*A*S*H and Swiss Family Robinson, January 1975-July 1976
E.Y. Inc.
Box   126
Folder   1-2
Bank Records, June 1970-December 1972
Gamco Precision, Inc.
Box   126
Folder   3
Financial Statements, June 1969-July 1971
Box   126
Folder   4
Tax Statements, July 1966-July 1971
Hitachi Sales Corp.
Box   126
Folder   5
Payroll, 1972
Hitachi Cable, Ltd.
Box   126
Folder   6
Salary and Tax Records, 1969-1972
Jonsons Market
Box   126
Folder   7
Financial Statements, December 1969-October 1972
Stovall and Brooks
Box   127
Folder   1
Estate, June 1965-1969
Y & J, Inc.
Box   127
Folder   2
Insurance and Financial Miscellany, 1961-1969
Box   127
Folder   3
Tax Returns, 1961-1968