Dore Schary Papers, circa 1920-1980

Container Title
Programs, 1941-1957
Quantity: 23 boxes (12.7 cubic feet) 
Scope and Content Note: Programs include: Mort Abrahams Papers; Chalres Barry Papers; Samuel Shotzinoff Papers; Michael Dunn Papers; Donal Davis and Dorothy Matthews Papers; Sam C. Fuller Papers; Leonard Hole Papers; George F. McGarrett Papers; John Rayce Papers; Carl Stanton Papers; Nat Wolff Papers.
Abrahams, Mort (1916-). Papers, 1956-1957
Quantity: 1 box (0.4 cubic feet) 
Scope and Content Note: Papers of an executive producer for the program Producers' Showcase, who succeeded Davis and Matthews in June 1956. The papers divide into SUBJECT FILES, containing correspondence and reports, and PROGRAM FILES, which consist of correspondence, press material, routines, memoranda concerning talent, scheduling and ratings. There are, however, no scripts. Sol Hurok is prominent in the correspondence. Although not herein represented, Abrahams was also executive producer of Suspicion in 1958 and producer of Target, The Corrupters, and Route 66.
Subject Files
Box   366
Folder   1
Bassman, George, 1956
Box   366
Folder   2
Brown, Stuart, & Lester
Box   366
Folder   3
Burmeister, Warren, 1956
Box   366
Folder   4
Casting, 1956-1967
Box   366
Folder   5
Cooperman, Al, 1956-1957
Box   366
Folder   6
Miscellany, 1956-1957
Box   366
Folder   7
Progress Reports, 1956
Box   366
Folder   8
Showcase Productions Inc., 1956-1957
Program Files
1956
Box   366
Folder   9
June 25, “Happy Birthday”
Box   366
Folder   10
July 23, “Rosalinda”
Box   366
Folder   11
September 17, “The Lord Don't Play Favorites”
Box   366
Folder   12
October 15, “The Letter”
Box   366
Folder   13
November 12, “Jack and the Beanstalk”
Box   366
Folder   14
December 10, “Festival of Music”
1957
Box   366
Folder   15
February 4, “Mayerling”
Box   366
Folder   16
March 4, “Romeo and Juliet”
Box   366
Folder   17
April 1, “The Great Sebastians”
Box   366
Folder   18
April 29, “Sleeping Beauty”
Box   366
Folder   19
Undated Productions
Barry, Charles (1911-). Papers, 1952-1954
Quantity: 4 boxes (2.6 cubic feet) 
Scope and Content Note: Papers of a vice-president in charge of program sales, who prior to September 1953 held that same title and overall responsibility with respect to the television program department; both responsibilities are well reflected in the papers. Arranged alphabetically as SUBJECT FILES, DEPARTMENTAL FILES, and PROGRAM FILES, the section contains data on the development of programming ideas for such shows as Colgate Comedy Hour, Glamour Girl, Hallmark Hall of Fame, Kate Smith, and Today and on the sale of programs to advertisers. Within the files are correspondence, reports, memos, program presentations, financial and ratings data, and a few scripts. There is some correspondence with such NBC executives as John Herbert, Thomas McAvity, and John F. Royal and such performers as Gertrude Berg, Eddie Cantor, Hume Cronyn, Ralph Edward, Arthur Murray, Sir Laurence Oliver, Ezio Pinza, and Dinah Shore. Of particular interest are the department's program monitoring reports, negotiations with playwright Robert Sherwood, and arrangements for coverage of the coronation of Elizabeth II. There is also a letter from John F. Kennedy (Box 368, Folder 26).
Subject Files
Box   367
Folder   1
Academy Awards, 1953-1954
Box   367
Folder   2
Association of National Advertisers, 1953
Box   367
Folder   3
Audience Reaction, 1953-1954
Box   367
Folder   4
Awards, 1953
Box   367
Folder   5
A, 1953
Box   367
Folder   6
Berle, Milton, 1953
Box   367
Folder   7
B, 1953
Box   367
Folder   8
Capp, Al, 1952
Box   367
Folder   9
Christmas, 1953
Box   367
Folder   10
Color Television, 1953
Box   367
Folder   11
Coronation, 1952-1953
Box   367
Folder   12
Cotton Bowl, 1953
Box   367
Folder   13
Creative Program Conference, 1953
Box   367
Folder   14
C, 1953-1954
Box   367
Folder   15
Davis, Eddie, 1953
Box   367
Folder   16
Dukoff, Edward, 1953
Box   367
Folder   17
D, 1953
Box   367
Folder   18
Easter, 1953-1954
Box   367
Folder   19
Edwards, Ralph, 1953
Box   367
Folder   20
Emergency Radio Operations, 1953
Box   367
Folder   21
Engelbach, Dee, 1953
Box   367
Folder   22
Ewell, Tom, 1953
Box   367
Folder   23
E, 1953
Box   367
Folder   24
FBI Project, 1953
Box   367
Folder   25
Ford Foundation, 1953
Box   367
Folder   26
Frank Cooper Associates, 1953-1954
Box   367
Folder   27
F, 1953-1954
Box   367
Folder   28
General Motors, 1953
Box   367
Folder   29
Gobel, George, 1953
Box   367
Folder   30
Guareschi, Giovannino, 1953
Box   367
Folder   31
G, 1953
Box   367
Folder   32
Helm, Celeste, 1953
Box   367
Folder   33
H, 1953
Box   367
Folder   34
Inauguration, 1952-1953
Box   367
Folder   35
I, 1953
Box   367
Folder   36
James I. Saphier Agency, 1953
Box   367
Folder   37
John Guedel Productions, 1953
Box   367
Folder   38
Jones Brothers, 1953
Box   367
Folder   39
Judell, Maxson F., 1952-1953
Box   367
Folder   40
J, 1953
Box   367
Folder   41
K, 1953
Box   367
Folder   42
Longines Wittnauer, 1953
Box   367
Folder   43
L, 1953
Box   367
Folder   44
MCA Artists, Ltd., 1953
Box   367
Folder   45
McCrary, Texas, 1952-1953
Box   367
Folder   46
Miner, Worthington, 1952-1953
Box   367
Folder   47
Montgomery, Robert, 1953
Box   367
Folder   48
Morning TV Programming Committee, 1953
Box   367
Folder   49
M, 1953
Box   367
Folder   50
NCAA, 1953
Box   367
Folder   51
Nighttime Program Acceptance Committee, 1953
Box   367
Folder   52
N, 1953
Box   367
Folder   53
Olivier, Laurence, 1952
Box   367
Folder   54
Operating Problems, 1953
Box   367
Folder   55
Option Notices, 1953-1954
Box   367
Folder   56
O, 1953
Box   367
Folder   57
Package Program Prices, 1953
Box   367
Folder   58
Programming-General, 1953
Box   367
Folder   59
Production Facilities, 1953
Box   367
Folder   60
P, 1952-1954
Box   367
Folder   61
Q, 1953
Box   367
Folder   62
RCA, 1953
Box   367
Folder   63
Rogers, Roy, 1953
Box   367
Folder   64
Ryan, Henry, 1952-1953
Box   367
Folder   65
R, 1953
Box   367
Folder   66
Sherwood, Robert, 1952-1953
Box   367
Folder   67
Skelton, Red, 1952-1953
Box   367
Folder   68
Standby Films, 1952-1953
Box   367
Folder   69
S, 1953-1954
Box   367
Folder   70
Ted Ashley Associates, 1953
Box   367
Folder   71-72
Television Monitoring Reports, 1953
Box   367
Folder   73
Truman, Margaret, 1953
Box   367
Folder   74
T, 1953-1954
Box   368
Folder   1
Unions, 1953
Box   368
Folder   2
U-V, 1953
Box   368
Folder   3
William Morris Agency, 1952-1953
Box   368
Folder   4
W-Y-Z, 1953
Departmental Files
Box   368
Folder   5
Advertising and Promotion, 1953
Box   368
Folder   6
Affiliates Meeting, 1953
Box   368
Folder   7
Barnum, Merritt, 1953
Box   368
Folder   8
Chicago, 1953
Box   368
Folder   9
Continuity Acceptance, 1953
Box   368
Folder   10
Cooperative Programs, 1953
Box   368
Folder   11
Day, Richard, 1953
Box   368
Folder   12
Fineshriber, William, 1953
Box   368
Folder   13
Herbert, John, 1953
Box   368
Folder   14
Hollywood, 1953
Box   368
Folder   15
McAvity, Thomas, 1953-1954
Box   368
Folder   16
Margraf, Gustav, 1953
Box   368
Folder   17
Mills, Ted, 1953-1954
Box   368
Folder   18
News and Special Events, 1953
Box   368
Folder   19
Night Operations, 1953
Box   368
Folder   20
Owned and Operated Stations, 1953
Box   368
Folder   21
Pinkham, Richard, 1954
Box   368
Folder   22
Program Department-Operation, 1953
Box   368
Folder   23
Public Affairs, 1952-1954
Box   368
Folder   24
Rayel, John, 1953
Box   368
Folder   25
Research, 1953
Box   368
Folder   26
Royal, John
Box   368
Folder   27
Sales, 1953-1954
Box   368
Folder   28
Samish, Adrian, 1953
Box   368
Folder   29
Sarnoff, David and Robert, 1953
Box   368
Folder   30
Sports, 1953
Box   368
Folder   31
Staff Meeting Minutes, 1953
Box   368
Folder   32
Station Relations, 1953
Box   368
Folder   33
Talent Procurement, 1953
Box   368
Folder   34
Weaver, Sylvester, 1953
Box   368
Folder   35
White, Frank, 1953
Box   368
Folder   36
Wood, Barry, 1953
Program Files
Box   368
Folder   37
Abbott & Costello, 1953
Box   368
Folder   38
All Star Revue, 1953
Box   368
Folder   39
A, 1953
Box   368
Folder   40
Bob & Ray, 1952-1953
Box   368
Folder   41
Bob Hope Show, 1952-1953
Box   368
Folder   42
Bonino, 1953, includes a script by Robert A. Aurther for episode #1
Box   368
Folder   43
Break the Bank, 1953
Box   368
Folder   44
B, 1953
Box   368
Folder   45
Challenge of Our Prisons, 1953
Box   368
Folder   46
Colgate Comedy Hour, 1953
Box   368
Folder   47
Conversations with Distinguished Elderly People, 1953
Box   368
Folder   48
C-D, 1953
Box   368
Folder   49
Dennis Day Show, 1953-1954
Box   368
Folder   50
Dinah Shore Show, 1953-1954
Box   368
Folder   51
Ding Dong School, 1953
Box   368
Folder   52
Dragnet, 1953
Box   368
Folder   53
Eddy Arnold Show, 1953
Box   368
Folder   54
Eddie Cantor Comedy Theatre, 1953
Box   368
Folder   55
Ethel and Albert, 1953
Box   368
Folder   56
Excursion, 1953-1954
Box   368
Folder   57
E-F, 1953
Box   368
Folder   58
Fibber McGee and Molly, 1953
Box   368
Folder   59
Gang Busters, 1953
Box   368
Folder   60
Glamour Girl, 1953
Box   368
Folder   61
The Goldbergs, 1953
Box   368
Folder   62
G, 1953
Box   369
Folder   1
Hallmark Hall of Fame, 1953
Box   369
Folder   2
Halls of Ivy, 1953
Box   369
Folder   3
Hawkins Falls, 1953
Box   369
Folder   4
Hey, Mulligan, 1952-1953,
Scope and Content Note: Includes a pilot script “For the Love of Mike” / by Blake Edwards and Richard Quine
Box   369
Folder   5
Home, 1954
Box   369
Folder   6
Howdy Doody, 1953
Box   369
Folder   7
H, 1953
Box   369
Folder   8
I Married Joan, 1953
Box   369
Folder   9
I-J-K, 1953
Box   369
Folder   10
Kate Smith, 1953
Box   369
Folder   11
Key Picture, 1953
Box   369
Folder   12
Kukla, Fran & Ollie, 1953
Box   369
Folder   13
Ladies Choice, 1953
Box   370
Folder   1
Life of Riley, 1953
Box   370
Folder   2
L, 1953-1954
Box   370
Folder   3
Medic, 1953-1954
Box   370
Folder   4
Meet the Veep, 1953
Box   370
Folder   5
Mr. Mosby: Decent Citizen, 1953,
Scope and Content Note: Contains script for pilot, 1953 June 13, by Robert R. Crutcher
Box   370
Folder   6
Mr. Peepers, 1953
Box   370
Folder   7
My Son Jeep, 1953
Box   370
Folder   8
M, 1953
Box   370
Folder   9
Name That Tune, 1953
Box   370
Folder   10
NBC Opera, 1953
Box   370
Folder   11
NBC Symphony, 1953
Box   370
Folder   12
N-O, 1953
Box   370
Folder   13
One Man's Family, 1953
Box   370
Folder   14
Oops, It's Daisy, 1953,
Scope and Content Note: Includes undated script
Box   370
Folder   15
Original Amateur Hour, 1953
Box   370
Folder   16
People, 1952
Box   370
Folder   17
P-Q, 1953
Box   370
Folder   18
Queen for a Day, 1953-1954
Box   370
Folder   19
R, 1953
Box   370
Folder   20
Saturday Night Revue, 1953
Box   370
Folder   21
S, 1953
Box   370
Folder   22
Today, 1953-1953
Box   370
Folder   23
Topper, 1953
Box   370
Folder   24
T, 1953-1954
Box   370
Folder   25
Uncle Phil, 1953
Box   370
Folder   26
Videoscience, 1953
Box   370
Folder   27
Voice of Firestone, 1953
Box   370
Folder   28
V, 1953
Box   370
Folder   29
Wonderful John Acton, 1953
Box   370
Folder   30
W, 1953
Box   370
Folder   31
Your Show of Shows, 1953
Box   370
Folder   32
Y-Z, 1953
Chotzinoff, Samuel (1889-1964). Papers, 1941-1953
Quantity: 3 boxes (1.0 cubic foot) 
Scope and Content Note

Papers of a general music director, consisting largely of correspondence, reports, memoranda, financial material, and minutes. Though Chotzinoff's responsibility was originally part of the radio network, coverage of this is only sketchily represented here except for material pertaining to NBC Symphony of the Air. Beginning in the late 1940s Chotzinoff assumed increasing responsibilities for televised symphonic music and during the 1950s his position was shifted to the program department of the Television Network.

The greatest amount of material on his television work refers to the production of NBC Television Opera Theatre. Also of interest is correspondence referring to his responsibility for RCA classical recordings and files of correspondence to and from Malcolm Sargent and Walter Toscanini (with regard to his father). Other prominent correspondents include Rudolf Bing, Duke Ellington, Kirsten Flagstad, Sol Hurok, Eric Leinsdorf, and Eugene Ormandy. Also in the papers are program board minutes, both for radio and television, and teaching aids for NBC University of the Air.

Correspondence, 1941-1951
Box   371
Folder   1-3
A-C, 1950-1951
Box   371
Folder   4
Columbia Concerts Inc., 1941-1951
Box   371
Folder   5-18
D-R, 1947-1951
Box   371
Folder   19-20
RCA, 1946-1951
Box   371
Folder   21
S, 1950-1951
Box   372
Folder   1
Sargent, Malcolm, 1944-1945
Box   372
Folder   2
T, 1949-1951
Box   372
Folder   3
Toscanini, Walter 1941-1947
Box   372
Folder   4
V-W, 1949-1951
Box   372
Folder   5
Minutes, Program Board, 1948-1949
Memoranda
Box   372
Folder   6-9
Music, 1944-1953
Box   372
Folder   10
NBC-General, 1943-1951
Box   373
Folder   1
NBC University of the Air (Music of the New World and The Story of Music), 1943-1944
Box   373
Folder   2
Publicity, 1949-1952
Box   373
Folder   3
Reports, 1943-1951
Dann, Michael (1921-). Papers, 1952-1955
Quantity: 5 boxes (3.0 cubic feet) 
Scope and Content Note: Papers of prominent television executive who joined NBC as a comedy writer. During the period represented here he was director of program sales, supervisor of special broadcasts, manager of television planning, and manager of television network programs; the papers reflect some aspects of all of these responsibilities. The papers are arranged as alphabetical SUBJECT FILES and PROGRAM FILES, with the latter comprised of material on both produced and unproduced programs. Included in both categories are correspondence, memos, promotional material, program presentations, and some financial information which pertains to various network programs such as Conversations with Distinguished Elderly Persons (Wisdom), Hallmark Hall of Fame, Home, Max Liebman Presents, Producers' Showcase, Today, and Wide, Wide, World and to the development of new program ideas from NBC staff and outside packagers such as Barry and Enright Productions and Goodson and Todman Productions. There is also material on the development of many specials and on special projects and on the introduction of color broadcasting. Prominent individuals referred to within the papers include Maurice Evans, Robert Frost, Leland Hayward, Worthington Miner, Robert Sherwood and Bertrand Russell. Dann left NBC in 1958 to work in programming for CBS.
Subject Files
Box   374
Folder   1
Abner Greshler Productions, 1954
Box   374
Folder   2
Anderson, John, 1952-1953
Box   374
Folder   3
A, 1952-1953
Box   374
Folder   4
Barrett, Halsey, 1954-1955
Box   374
Folder   5
Barry, Enright & Friendly, 1953-1955
Box   374
Folder   6
B, 1952-1955
Box   374
Folder   7
Campus Caravan in Color, 1954
Box   374
Folder   8
Chevrolet, 1955
Box   374
Folder   9
Christmas, 1952-1954
Box   374
Folder   10
Christopher Films, 1954
Box   374
Folder   11
Crossfire Promotion, 1955
Box   374
Folder   12
Color Broadcasting, 1953-1954
Box   374
Folder   13
Color Spread Promotion, 1955
Box   374
Folder   14
Convention Coverage, 1952
Correspondence, Outgoing
Box   374
Folder   15-17
1953, 1955
Box   374
Folder   18-20
Logs, 1952-1954
Box   374
Folder   21-23
C-E, 1952-1955
Box   374
Folder   24
Face of the Age Plan, 1952
Box   374
Folder   25
Facilities Contracts, 1954-1955
Box   374
Folder   26
Football, 1951-1955
Box   374
Folder   27
F, 1952-1955
Box   374
Folder   28
Cathings Resolutions, 1952
Box   374
Folder   29
Gillette Company, 1954-1955
Box   374
Folder   30
Goodson-Todman Productions, 1953-1954,
Scope and Content Note: Contains pilot script, “The Bachelor” / by Coleman Jacoby and Arnie Rosen
Box   374
Folder   31
G, 1952-1954
Box   374
Folder   32
Hayward, Leland, 1954-1955
Box   374
Folder   33
H, 1952-1955
Box   374
Folder   34
Inaugural Coverage, 1952-1953
Box   374
Folder   35
Irish Abbey Theatre, 1952
Box   374
Folder   36-38
I-K, 1952-1955
Box   374
Folder   39
Lehmann, Lotte, 1953-1954
Box   374
Folder   40
L, 1952-1955
Box   374
Folder   41
Marconi, Gioia, 1952, 1954
Box   374
Folder   42
Metropolitan Opera, 1952
Box   374
Folder   43
Miner, Worthington, 1954-1955
Box   374
Folder   44
Miscellany, 1952-1955
Box   374
Folder   45
Motion Pictures, 1954
Box   374
Folder   46
M, 1952-1955
Box   374
Folder   47
News, 1952-1955
Box   374
Folder   48
N, 1952-1955
Box   374
Folder   49
Oil Association, 1955
Box   374
Folder   50
Operation Frontal Lobes, 1952
Box   374
Folder   51
Operation Ten, 1955
Box   374
Folder   52
O, 1952-1955
Box   374
Folder   53
Political Broadcasts, 1953-1954,
Scope and Content Note: Contains transcript for special radio broadcast by Norman Thomas, 1952 July 2, entitled “The Truth About Propaganda in Commercials.”
Box   374
Folder   54
Presentations-Miscellaneous, 1952-1954
Box   374
Folder   55
Producers and Directors, 1953-1954
Box   374
Folder   56
Program Development Reports, 1954-1955
Programming
Box   374
Folder   57
Children's, 1954
Box   374
Folder   58
Daytime, 1954-1955
Box   374
Folder   59
General, 1952-1955
Box   374
Folder   60
Projects, 1952-1953
Box   374
Folder   61
P, 1952-1955
Box   374
Folder   62
Ratings, 1952-1955
Box   374
Folder   63
R, 1952-1955
Sales Department
Box   374
Folder   64-65
1953-1954
Box   375
Folder   1
1955
Box   375
Folder   2
Sherwood, Robert E., 1952-1954,
Scope and Content Note: Includes 3rd revision for “The Trial of Pontius Pilate”
Box   375
Folder   3-5
Spectaculars, 1951-1955
Box   375
Folder   6
Sports, 1952
Box   375
Folder   7
Station Acceptance, 1952-1953
Box   375
Folder   8
S, 1952-1955
Box   375
Folder   9
Talent, 1953-1954
Box   375
Folder   10
Telethons, 1952
Box   375
Folder   11
Tennis, 1952-1955
Box   375
Folder   12-14
T-V, 1952-1955
Box   375
Folder   15
Wrestling, 1954
Box   375
Folder   16
Writers Guild of America, 1955
Box   375
Folder   17-18
W, Y, 1952-1955
Program Files
Box   376
Folder   1
Academy Award Show, 1954-1955
Box   376
Folder   2
American Inventory, 1952-1953
Box   376
Folder   3
A, 1952-1955
Box   376
Folder   4
Big Town, 1954
Box   376
Folder   5
Book of the Month Theatre, 1955
Box   376
Folder   6
B, 1952-1955
Box   376
Folder   7
Career, 1954
Conversations with Distinguished Elderly People
Box   376
Folder   8
General, 1954-1955
Box   376
Folder   9
Frost, Robert, 1952-1953
Scope and Content Note: Includes script for 1952 November 23, At Home With Robert Frost and 1953, February 8, “A Visit with Carl Sandburg,”
Box   376
Folder   10
Russell, Bertrand, 1952
Box   376
Folder   11
C, 1952-1955
Box   376
Folder   12
Do It Yourself, 1955
Box   376
Folder   13
D, 1952-1955
Box   376
Folder   14
Emmy Award Show, 1955
Box   376
Folder   15
Entertainment, 1955
Box   376
Folder   16
C, 1952-1955
Box   376
Folder   17
Fort Worth Rodeo, 1954-1955
Box   376
Folder   18
Frontier, 1955
Box   376
Folder   19
F, 1952-1955
Box   377
Folder   1
G, 1952-1955
Hallmark Hall of Fame
Box   377
Folder   2
General, 1952,
Scope and Content Note: Includes script by Jean Holloway, 1952 February 3, #5, “Florence Nightengale”
Box   377
Folder   3
Maurice Evans Productions, 1955
Box   377
Folder   4
Here's to Your Health, 1952
Box   377
Folder   5
Hide and Seek, 1954
Box   377
Folder   6
Home, 1953
Box   377
Folder   7
H, 1952-1955
Box   377
Folder   8
It Happened In Sports, 1954
Box   377
Folder   9-11
I-K, 1952-1955
Box   377
Folder   12
Ladies' Choice, 1953-1954
Box   377
Folder   13
L, 1952-1955
Max Liebman Presents
Box   377
Folder   14
General, 1954
Box   377
Folder   15
Presentations, 1954
Programs
1954
Box   377
Folder   16
September 12, “Satin and Spurs”
Box   377
Folder   17
September 25, “Lady in the Dark”
Box   377
Folder   18
October 23, “Follies of Suzi”
Box   377
Folder   19
November 7, “Fanfare”
Box   377
Folder   20
November 20, “Best Foot Forward”
Box   377
Folder   21
December 5, “Spotlight”
Box   377
Folder   22
December 18, “Babes in Toyland”
1955
Box   377
Folder   23
January 2, “Good Times”
Box   377
Folder   24
January 15, “Naughty Marietta”
Box   377
Folder   25
January 30, “Variety”
Box   377
Folder   26
February 27, “Big Time”
Box   377
Folder   27
March 12, “Connecticut Yankee”
Box   377
Folder   28
April 9, “Merry Widow”
Box   377
Folder   29
April 24, “Kaleidoscope”
Box   377
Folder   30
May 7, “Desert Song”
Box   377
Folder   31
May 22, “Promenade”
Box   377
Folder   32
June 4, “Chocolate Soldier”
Box   377
Folder   33
August 1, “Heidi”
Box   377
Folder   34
November 1, “The Great Waltz”
Box   377
Folder   35
Musical Chairs, 1955
Box   377
Folder   36
M, 1952-1955,
Scope and Content Note: includes pilot script for Mr. Blandings, “The Hayfield”
Box   377
Folder   37
NBC Television Opera Theatre, 1952-1953
Box   377
Folder   38-39
N-O, 1952-1955
Box   377
Folder   40
Paul Gregory Theatre, 1955
Box   377
Folder   41
Perry Como Show, 1954-1955
Producers' Showcase
Box   377
Folder   42
General, 1955
Programs
1954
Box   377
Folder   43
November 15, “State of the Nation”
Box   377
Folder   44
December 13, “Dateline”
1955
Box   377
Folder   45
January 10, “Yellow Jack”
Box   377
Folder   46
February 7, “The Women” / by Clare Booth Luce, Adapted by Sumner Locke Elliott
Box   377
Folder   47
March 7, “Peter Pan”
Box   377
Folder   48
April 4, “Reunion in Vienna”
Box   377
Folder   48
May 2, “Darkness at Noon”
Box   377
Folder   49
Correspondence
Box   377
Folder   50
Script, from the book by Arthur Koestler, adapted from the play by Sidney Kingsley by Robert A. Aurther
Box   377
Folder   51
May 30, “Petrified Forest”
Box   377
Folder   52
July 25, “Four Poster”
Box   377
Folder   53
August 22, “King and Mrs. Candle”
Box   377
Folder   54
September 11, “The Skin of Our Teeth”
Box   377
Folder   55
September 19, “Out Town”
Box   377
Folder   56
October 17, “Cyrano deBergerac”
Box   377
Folder   57
P, 1952-1955
Box   378
Folder   1
Queen for a Day, 1954-1955
Box   378
Folder   2
Q, 1952-1954
Box   378
Folder   3
Robert Montgomery Presents, 1952
Scope and Content Note: Includes script for 1952, February 4, “Rise Up and Walk” / by Turnley Walker, adapted by Robert Anderson
Box   378
Folder   4
R, 1952-1955
Box   378
Folder   5
Sing a Song, 1955
Box   378
Folder   6
Second Chance, 1953-1955
Box   378
Folder   7
The Soldiers, 1955
Box   378
Folder   8
S, 1952-1955
Box   378
Folder   9
Today, 1952
Box   378
Folder   10
Tomorrow, 1954-1955
Box   378
Folder   11
Up to Date, 1955
Box   378
Folder   12-13
U-V, 1952-1955
Box   378
Folder   14
WhoDunit, 1954
Box   378
Folder   15
Wide, Wide World, 1954-1955
Box   378
Folder   16
Winner Take All, 1952
Box   378
Folder   17-18
W, Y, 1952-1955
Davis, Donald and Dorothy Matthews Papers, 1955-1956
Quantity: 1 box (0.4 cubic feet) 
Scope and Content Note: Papers of two supervisors of the program Producers' Showcase. In spite of their titles, the two seem to have functioned as executive producers. The files are arranged by production date and consist of correspondence, memoranda, press material, and schedules pertaining to the production and publicizing of each program. Impressario Sol Hurok is prominent in the paper.
1955
Box   379
Folder   1
October 17, “Cyrano deBergerac”
Box   379
Folder   2
December 12, “Sleeping Beauty”
1956
Box   379
Folder   3
January 9, “Peter Pan”
Box   379
Folder   4
January 30, “Festival of Music”
Box   379
Folder   5
March 5, “Ceasar and Cleopatra”
Box   379
Folder   6
April 2, “The Barretts of Wimpole Street”
Box   379
Folder   7
April 30, “Dodsworth”
Box   379
Folder   8
May 28, “Bloomer Girl”
Box   379
Folder   9
Miscellany
Fuller, Sam C. Papers, 1950-1956
Quantity: 3 boxes (1.6 cubic feet) 
Scope and Content Note: Papers of a television national program director. The files have been divided into two alphabetically-arranged groups: SUBJECT FILES and PROGRAM FILES, with the bulk of the papers dating from 1954 and 1955. Though fragmentary, the files evidence Fuller's activities in all facets of programming. These duties included development of ideas and personalities for new programs; coordination of producers, directors, and talents, scheduling programs and commercials; and approval of budgets. The files consist primarily of memos and teletype messages routed to Fuller, though few are directly to or from him. Many of the memos, especially those in the program files, are routine and deal with option renewals, guest appearances, and budgets. There are, however, significant files for Colgate Comedy Hour, an “Honor Legion” pilot, and the Imogene Coca Show. Among the NBC executives that appear in the files are Thomas McAvity, Richard Pinkham, and Fred Wile.
Subject Files
Box   380
Folder   1
Academy Awards, 1954
Box   380
Folder   2
Appell, Don, 1955
Scope and Content Note: Contains scripts for “A girl Named Mimi,” “Mr. B. Goes to Oxford,” and “The Happiest Daze”
Box   380
Folder   3
Christmas Shows, 1954
Box   380
Folder   4
Comedy Writers Development Plan, 1955
Scope and Content Note: Contains “Mama Mia” / by Woody Allen and Paul Keyes
Box   380
Folder   5
Daytime Television, 1954-1955
Box   380
Folder   6
Emmy Awards, 1955
Box   380
Folder   7
Hayward, Leland, 1954
Box   380
Folder   8
Oil Association Program, 1955
Box   380
Folder   9
Personnel, 1953-1955
Box   380
Folder   10
Producers and Directors, 1954-1955
Box   380
Folder   11
Program Activities - Hollywood. , 1954-1955
Box   380
Folder   12
Sherwood, Robert, 1954
Scope and Content Note: Contains script for “The Fear of God”
Box   380
Folder   13
Special Events, 1954-1955
Box   380
Folder   14
Spectaculars, 1954
Box   380
Folder   15
Summer Programming, 1955
Box   380
Folder   16
Talent Usage, 1954
Box   380
Folder   17
Abbott and Costello, 1954-1955
Box   380
Folder   18
Amateur Hour, 1954
Box   380
Folder   19
“Appointment with O'Hara,”
Scope and Content Note: Contains “Everything Satisfactory”
Box   380
Folder   20
Armstrong Circle Theatre, 1954
Box   380
Folder   21
“Baby Snooks,” 1954
Box   380
Folder   22
Background, 1954-19
Box   380
Folder   23
Betty White Show, 1954-1955
Box   380
Folder   24
Blue, Ben, 1954
Scope and Content Note: Contains “Ben Franklin Blue” / by Harry Ruskin and Phil Shukin
Program Files
Box   380
Folder   25
Circus Special, 1955
Box   380
Folder   26
Coca, Imogene, 1954-1955
Scope and Content Note: Contains “Midge” by Edmund Beloin, screenplay by Beloin and Herbert Finn
Colgate Comedy Hour
Box   380
Folder   27-30
General, 1954-1956
Box   380
Folder   31
Proposal, 1954
Box   380
Folder   32
Ratings, 1950-1954
Box   380
Folder   33
“Anything Goes,” 1954
Box   380
Folder   34
Cantor, Eddie, 1954
Box   380
Folder   35
Hope, Bob, 1955
Box   380
Folder   36
Las Vegas Gambling, 1954
Box   380
Folder   37
“Let's Face It,” 1954
Box   380
Folder   38
Martin and Lewis, 1954
Box   380
Folder   39
Miscellaneous, 1954
Box   380
Folder   40
Shore, Dinah, 1954
Box   380
Folder   41
Comment, 1954
Box   380
Folder   42
Concerning Miss Marlowe, 1954
Box   380
Folder   43
Do It Yourself Show, 1955
Box   380
Folder   44
Droodles, 1954-1955
Box   380
Folder   45
The Duke, 1954
Box   380
Folder   46
Ethel and Albert, 1954
Box   380
Folder   47
Franchon and Marco Western Series, 1955
Box   380
Folder   48
Fibber McGee and Molly, 1954-1955, (contains script)
Box   380
Folder   49
Funnyboners, 1954-1955
Box   380
Folder   50
General Foods Shows, 1954
Box   380
Folder   51
The Great Gildersleeve, 1954
Scope and Content Note: Contains 2 scripts
Box   380
Folder   52
The Greatest Gift, 1955
Box   380
Folder   53
“Hall of Justice,” by Emmet Lavery
Scope and Content Note: Contains pilot script,1954
Box   380
Folder   54
Hallmark Hall of Fame, 1954
Box   380
Folder   55
Hallmark specials, 1954
Box   380
Folder   56
Happy Felton's Spotlight Gang, 1954-1955
Box   380
Folder   57
Hey, Mulligan, 1954-1955
Scope and Content Note: Contains “The Disc Jockey” / by Benedict Freedman and John Fenton Murray
Box   380
Folder   58
Hollywood's Best, 1955
Box   380
Folder   59
“Honor Legion,” 1954
Scope and Content Note: Contains script by James Cannon
Box   380
Folder   60
Hutton, Betty, 1955
Box   380
Folder   61
I Married Joan, 1954
The Imogene Coca Show
Scope and Content Note: Contains “Lemon Pie” / by Lucille Kallen, Max Wilk, and Ernest Kinoy; an untitled script by Mac Benoff; and an ICS script by Hal Alexander
General
Box   380
Folder   62
1954
Box   381
Folder   1
1955
Box   381
Folder   2
Contracts, 1954
Box   381
Folder   3
NBC Releases and correspondence, 1954-1955
Box   381
Folder   4
“Inside Dope,” 1954-1955 (contains script)
Box   381
Folder   5
“It Pays to be Married,” 1954-1955
Box   381
Folder   6
“Just Plain Folks,” 1955 (contains script)
Box   381
Folder   7
The Kate Smith Show, 1953-1954
Box   381
Folder   8
Keefe Brasselle Show, 1954
Box   381
Folder   9
Kukla, Fran, and Ollie, 1954
Box   381
Folder   10
The Marriage, 1954-1955
Box   381
Folder   11
Matt Dennis Show, 1955
Box   381
Folder   12
Merman, Ethel, 1954
Box   381
Folder   13
Miscellany, 1954-1955
Box   381
Folder   14
Mr. Peepers, 1954-1955
Box   381
Folder   15
Musical Chairs, 1955
Box   381
Folder   16
“My American Wife,”
Scope and Content Note: Contains script by Arthur Julian
Box   381
Folder   17
O'Connor, Donald, 1954-1955
Box   381
Folder   18
One Man's Family, 1954-1955
Box   381
Folder   19
Out on the Farm, 1954
Box   381
Folder   20
Pontiac, 1954
Box   381
Folder   21
Red Buttons Show, 1954-1955
Scope and Content Note: Contains 2 scripts
Box   381
Folder   22
Rooney, Mickey, 1954-1955
Box   381
Folder   23
Saturday Night Revue, 1954
Box   382
Folder   1
Sheilah Graham Show, 1954-1955
Box   382
Folder   2
The Soldiers, 1955
Box   382
Folder   3
The Spike Jones Show, 1954
Box   382
Folder   4
“Spring 7-3100”
Scope and Content Note: Contains “Missing Persons Bureau by William L. Stuart, David Wise, and Alvin Moscow and “The Bureau of Missing Persons” / by William L. Stuart and Stanley Silverman”
Box   382
Folder   5
Ted Mack Matinee, 1955
Box   382
Folder   6
Tennessee Ernie Ford Show, 1954-1955
Box   382
Folder   7
That's Life, 1954
Box   382
Folder   8
Three Steps to Heaven, 1954-1955
Box   382
Folder   9
Three, Two, One, Zero, 1954
Box   382
Folder   10
Tums Variety Hour, 1954 January 4
Box   382
Folder   11
“Uncle Dudley,”
Scope and Content Note: Contains pilot script
Box   382
Folder   12
Vaughn Monroe Show, 1954-1955
Box   382
Folder   13
“Videoscience,” 1954
Scope and Content Note: Contains pilot script
Box   382
Folder   14
Voice of Firestone, 1954
Box   382
Folder   15
World Series, 1954
Box   382
Folder   16
Your Show of Shows, 1954
Hole, Leonard (1908 -). Papers, 1952-1956
Quantity: 1 box (0.4 cubic feet) 
Scope and Content Note: Papers of a director of television program development, consisting mainly of memoranda on the operational and technical aspects of staging television programs and on the inception of color broadcasting. Arranged as an alphabetical subject file, the papers contain frequent references to the work of Norman Grant, Anthony Henning, George McElrath, and Ernest Theiss.
Box   383
Folder   1
Beville, Hugh, 1954
Box   383
Folder   2
Bilby, Kenneth, 1956
Box   383
Folder   3
Color Broadcasting, 1954
Box   383
Folder   4
Facilities and Engineering, 1954-1956
Box   383
Folder   5
Glenn, James, 1954
Box   383
Folder   6
Grant, Norman, 1953-1954
Box   383
Folder   7
Henning, Anthony, 1954
Box   383
Folder   8
Hole, Outgoing, 1952, 1954 April-December, 1956
Box   383
Folder   9
McElrath, George, 1952, 1954
Box   383
Folder   10
Miscellany, 1954
Box   383
Folder   11
Parlan, Stanley, 1955-1956
Box   383
Folder   12
Pinkham, Richard, 1954
Box   383
Folder   13
Program Schedules, 1954-1955
Box   383
Folder   14
Scherwin Tests, 1952
Box   383
Folder   15
Shawn, Fred, 1954
Box   383
Folder   16
Special Effects, 1952
Box   383
Folder   17
Theiss, Ernest, 1954
Box   383
Folder   18
Whitney, Edward, 1954
Box   383
Folder   19
Wile, Fred, 1954
Box   383
Folder   20
Wood, Barney, 1954
Writing and Scripts
Box   383
Folder   21
General, 1954
Box   383
Folder   22
Comedy Writing Development Plan, 1955
Box   383
Folder   23
World Series, 1953-1954
Hole, Leonard (1908-). Additions, 1955-1956
Quantity: 3 folders (0.1 cubic feet) 
Scope and Content Note: Fragmentary additions, chiefly consisting of program development reports.
Program development department
Box   567C
Folder   7
General
Box   567C
Folder   8
Reports
Box   567C
Folder   9
Year end report
McGarrett, George F. Papers, 1951-1956
Quantity: 1 box (0.4 cubic feet) 
Scope and Content Note: Papers of a producer, chiefly consisting of correspondence and memos about the production and sponsorship of The Perry Como Show. The papers are arranged alphabetically as SUBJECT FILES and PROGRAM FILES.
Subject Files
Box   384
Folder   1
Miscellany, 1951-1953, 1956
Box   384
Folder   2
Music Clearance, 1952
Box   384
Folder   3
Program Services, 1953
Box   384
Folder   4
Production Facilities, 1954
Box   384
Folder   5
Rodeo, 1954
Box   384
Folder   6
Television Tape for Radio, 1954
Program Files
Box   384
Folder   7
Academy Awards Show, 1954
Perry Como Show
Box   384
Folder   8-10
Correspondence, 1955-1957
Box   384
Folder   11
Sponsorship, 1955-1957
Box   384
Folder   12
Second Chance, 1954-1955
Box   384
Folder   13
Sing a Song
Box   384
Folder   14
Spectaculars, 1954
Box   384
Folder   15
Wide, Wide World, 1953-1954
Rayel, John Papers, 1952-1953
Quantity: 1 box (1.0 cubic foot) 
Scope and Content Note: Papers of a manager of television network programs who was also supervisor of program procurement during the period herein documented. Both small in bulk and less useful than the papers of Michael Dann whom Rayel preceded as program manager (and from whose papers Rayel's were extracted), the collection consists of alphabetically-arranged SUBJECT FILES and PROGRAM FILES. The program files contain material arranged by title for accepted and rejected program proposals. Generally the files concern the creative aspect of television programming - the review of new ideas submitted by NBC staff and by outside producers such as Worthington Miner and the development of programs accepted for broadcast such as Your Show of Shows. Later in his career Rayel became executive producer of Producers' Showcase, some documentation for which may be found in the papers of Michael Dann.
Subject Files
Box   385
Folder   1
American National Theatre and Academy Script Contest, 1953
Box   385
Folder   2
Automobile Racing, 1953
Box   385
Folder   3-12
A-J, 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   13
Korean Junket, 1952
Box   385
Folder   14-15
K-L, 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   16
Miner, Worthington, 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   17-18
M-N, 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   19
On-the-Air Promotion, 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   20
Political Coverage, 1952
Box   385
Folder   21
Producers and Directors, 1953
Box   385
Folder   22
Programming, General, 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   23
P, 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   24
Rodeo, 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   25
R, 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   26
Sports, 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   27
S, 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   28
Talent, 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   29
T, 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   30
University Television Workshop, 1953
Box   385
Folder   31-34
U-Z, 1952-1953
Program Files
Box   385
Folder   35
Animal Panel, 1953
Box   385
Folder   36
Anyone Can Win, 1953
Box   385
Folder   37
A, 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   38
Bob Hope Show, 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   39
B, 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   40
Calling All Detectives, 1952
Box   385
Folder   41
Cameo Theatre, 1952=1953
Box   385
Folder   42
Conversations with Distinguished Elderly Persons, 1953
Box   385
Folder   43-44
C-D, 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   45
Everyman, 1953
Box   385
Folder   46
E, 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   47
First Nighter, 1953
Box   385
Folder   48
Four Star Playhouse, 1952
Box   385
Folder   49
Frankly Speaking, 1952
Box   385
Folder   50-51
F-G, 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   52
Holiday From Headline, 1952
Box   385
Folder   53
Hometown, U.S.A., 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   54
H, 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   55
It's a Problem, 1952
Box   385
Folder   56-58
I-K, 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   59
Let's Have Fun, 1953
Box   385
Folder   60
L, 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   61
Mayor of Hollywood, 1952
Box   385
Folder   62
Meet the Champ, 1952
Box   385
Folder   63
Movietime, U.S.A., 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   64
M, 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   65
NBC Directors' Playhouse, 1952
Box   385
Folder   66-67
N-O, 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   68
Paul Winchell and Jerry Mahoney, 1952
Box   385
Folder   69
Portrait of America, 1953
Box   385
Folder   70
Private Berger's Army, 1952
Box   385
Folder   71-73
P-R, 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   74
Say When, 1953
Box   385
Folder   75-78
S-V, 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   79
Wayne King Show, 1952
Box   385
Folder   80
We, The People, 1952
Box   385
Folder   81
Where Are You From, 1953
Box   385
Folder   82
S, 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   83
Your Show of Shows, 1952-1953
Box   385
Folder   84
Y, 1952-1953
Stanton, Carl. Papers, 1949-1953
Quantity: 1 box (0.4 cubic feet) 
Scope and Content Note: Selected papers of a television executive who held the titles of manager of talent and program procurements; director of commercial television program planning; manager, then director of program procurement; and finally manager of television network programs during the period herein documented. The majority of this small file docuemnts the last of the above responsibilities. Included are correspondence and memoranda concerning such programs as One Man's Family and Your Show of Shows and the acquisition of new programming such as a television version of the Wizard of Oz offered by David Susskind. The material One Man's Family contains correspondence from writer Carleton Morse.
Box   386
Folder   1
Contracts and Agreement Forms, 1952
Box   386
Folder   2
Conversations with Distinguished Elderly People, 1952-1953
Box   386
Folder   3
Easter, 1951-1952
Box   386
Folder   4
Film, 1952-1953
Box   386
Folder   5
One Man's Family, 1949-1952
Box   386
Folder   6
Producers and Director, 1952-1953
Box   386
Folder   7
Program Ideas, 1952-1953
Box   386
Folder   8
Programs, Miscellaneous, 1949-1953
Box   386
Folder   9
Scheduling, 1952-1953
Box   386
Folder   10
Talent, 1953
Box   386
Folder   11
Today with Mrs. Roosevelt, 1950-1951
Box   386
Folder   12
TV Detective, WNEW-TV, 1949,
Scope and Content Note: Includes one script for 1949 December 2, “Death and the Squared Circle” script
Box   386
Folder   13
TV Lady, 1953
Box   386
Folder   14
Those Endearing Young Charms, 1952
Box   386
Folder   15
Wizard of Oz, 1949-1952
Box   386
Folder   16
World Series, 1951-1952
Box   386
Folder   17
Your Show of Shows, 1951-1953
Wolff, Nat. Papers, 1956
Quantity: 2 boxes (1.4 cubic feet) 
Scope and Content Note: Papers of a director of network program planning. Although Wolff performed regular staff duties, his major responsibility was creative -- developing programs, personalities, and writers for new shows -- and directing a group of writers in Hollywood (Peter Barnum, Elliott Lewis, and Milt Josefsberg), Wolff was also responsible for improving communications between New York management and Hollywood production and seeing that funds were well spent for experimentation and development. Though incomplete, the files document most of these activities. They have been divided into two alphabetically-arranged groups: SUBJECT FILES and PROGRAM FILES. The first contains correspondence, both internal memos and outgoing letters; the second contains pilot scripts and program proposals, many with accompanying memos describing problems and suggestions. There are especially significant files on “The Autobiography of Myrtle Mooney,” The George Sanders Myster Theatre, and on Esther Williams. Among the NBC executives represented in Wolff's files are Frank Cleaver, Sam Fuller, Thomas McAvity, Richard Pinkham, Sylvester L. Weaver Jr., Mort Werner, and Fred Wile.
Subject Files
Box   387
Folder   1
American National Theatre Academy - NBC Plan
Box   387
Folder   2
Applicants
Box   387
Folder   3
Audition Contracts
Box   387
Folder   4
Budgets
Box   387
Folder   5
Carroll, Carroll
Box   387
Folder   6
Cleaver, Frank
Box   387
Folder   7
Comedy Writer Development
Box   387
Folder   8-16
Correspondence
Box   387
Folder   17
Departmental Expense Statements
Box   387
Folder   18
Enthusiasm Quotient Study
Box   387
Folder   19
Expense Forecast
Box   387
Folder   20
Financial Status of NBC Properties
Box   387
Folder   21
Glouster Productions
Box   387
Folder   22
Miscellaneous - A-Z
Box   387
Folder   23
Miscellaneous and Travel Expense Vouchers
Box   387
Folder   24
Script Contracts
Spectaculars
Box   387
Folder   25
General
Box   387
Folder   26-28
Ideas
Scope and Content Note: Includes script “Why She Would Not” / by George Bernard Shaw
Box   387
Folder   29
TV Operating Budgets
Box   387
Folder   30
Talent Availabilities
Box   387
Folder   31-38
Telephone log
Box   387
Folder   39
Wallace, Maggie
Box   387
Folder   40
Wile, Fred
Box   387
Folder   41
Writers
Program Files
Box   387
Folder   42
The Adventures of Hiram Holiday,
Scope and Content Note: Contains 3 scripts
Box   387
Folder   43
“The Adventures of Sir Lancelot”
Box   387
Folder   44
“Alexander Botts,”
Scope and Content Note: Contains pilot script
Box   387
Folder   45
Allen, Steven
Box   387
Folder   46
Arden, Eve
Box   387
Folder   47
“Autobiography of Myrtle Mooney,”
Scope and Content Note: Contains pilot script by Carroll Carroll
Box   387
Folder   48
“Ballad of Baby Doe”
Box   387
Folder   49
“Beesemeyer's Bungalows”
Box   387
Folder   50
Bowling
Box   387
Folder   51
Canova, Judy
Box   387
Folder   52
Carson, Jack
Box   387
Folder   53
“Combat,”
Scope and Content Note: Contains pilot script by Peter Barnum and Ned Cronin
Box   387
Folder   54
“Confessions of a Scoundrel,”
Scope and Content Note: Contains script by Laurence Klee
Box   387
Folder   55
Coward, Noel
Box   387
Folder   56
“Curly,”
Scope and Content Note: Contains script by Ray Singer and Dick Chevillat
Box   387
Folder   57
Currier and Ives Spectacular
Box   387
Folder   58
“Dear Old Aunt Harriett,”
Scope and Content Note: Contains script by Ray Singer and Dick Chevillat
Box   387
Folder   59
Fabray, Nanette
Scope and Content Note: Contains script for “Mademoiselle Smith” / by David Swift
Box   387
Folder   60
Fibber McGee and Molly
Box   387
Folder   61
“Foreign Correspondent of the Week”
Scope and Content Note: Contains “Occupation: Correspondent, by Richard Tregaskis
Box   387
Folder   62
“Four Dolls on a Dime”
Box   387
Folder   63
Freberg, Stan
Scope and Content Note: Contains script for “Freberg-land” by Stan Freberg and Peter Barnum
Box   387
Folder   64
“The French Touch,”
Scope and Content Note: Contains script by Leo Solomon and Michael Cramoy
Box   387
Folder   65
The George Sanders Mystery Theatre
Scope and Content Note: Contains “The Call” / by Bethel Laurence, screenplay by Halsted Welles; “Broker's Specials” / by Stanley Ellin, screenplay by Malvin Wald and Jack Jacobs; and “Laugh it Off” / by Charlotte Armstrong, screenplay by Halsted Welles
Box   387
Folder   66
“The Hallidays” (Richard and Mary Martin)
Box   387
Folder   67
“Harry's Back in Town”
Scope and Content Note: Contains script by David Swift, Jim Fritzel, and Jack Raymond
Box   388
Folder   1
“Impact,”
Scope and Content Note: Contains “Peter and the Tiger” by Harold Swanton
Box   388
Folder   2
“Johnny Come Lately,”
Scope and Content Note: Contains “Prince Charming and the Sleeping Beauty” / by Robert Riley Crutcher
Box   388
Folder   3
Kanter, Hal
Box   388
Folder   4
“The Man,”
Scope and Content Note: Contains script by Gil Doud and Pete Barnum
Box   388
Folder   5
“Midnight Mystery”
Box   388
Folder   6
“Modern Parables,”
Scope and Content Note: Contains script “The Parable of Annabelle” / by Fulton Oursler, adapted by E. Jack Neuman
Box   388
Folder   7
“NBC Comedy Hour”
Box   388
Folder   8
Newman, Walter
Box   388
Folder   9
“Night of Auk”
Scope and Content Note: Contains script by Arch Oboler
Box   388
Folder   10
“The Others,”
Box   388
Folder   11
“The Prince and the Pauper”
Box   388
Folder   12
Russell, Charles and Lance Hamilton
Box   388
Folder   13
“The Saxon King,”
Scope and Content Note: Contains script by Ted Pittenger
Box   388
Folder   14
“The Silent Company,”
Scope and Content Note: Contains script by Anthony Veiller and Peter Cusick
Box   388
Folder   15
Simmons, Edward and Norman Lear
Scope and Content Note: Contains script for “Like Father, Like Son”
Box   388
Folder   16
“The Ten Commandments”
Box   388
Folder   17
“Tomorrow's Hit Parade”
Box   388
Folder   18
Williams, Esther
Scope and Content Note: Contains script for spectacular
Box   388
Folder   19
Winters, Jonathan
Scope and Content Note: Contains script for “The Jonathan Winters Show”