Organic and Sustainable Agriculture Publications, 1946-2019

 
Contents List
Container Title
Series: Projects
Scope and Content Note: Project files have been divided into Minor and Major Projects, and arranged alphabetically by series or program title under each heading. The division derives from an equivalent division in the files as they arrived, which has been retained, except to arrange materials relating to a major project but included originally with the minor projects under the major project title. Most minor projects consist of correspondence about an idea for a film or television series or program proposed to or by Mr. Schwartz; a few include draft scripts; a very few went into production and may even have been broadcast. Most of the files under Major Projects have been refoldered from large ring binders with labeled dividers; the order of these divisions has been retained, and capitalized sub-entries in the folder list reproduce the labels.
Subseries: Minor Projects
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Ace Awards, 11th Annual, 1990
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“Aches and Pains” (Joe Morhaim): concept for a television special by Joe Morhaim and Joe Bleeden, undated
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“Act Now!!” (Ken Wolfe): treatment for a television show about infomercials
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Alterations: proposal for an interactive television show (also entitled “Inexpensive Drama” (Youth Premise)), 2002 July
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Alternative Music Awards: correspondence, proposals, preliminary budget and clippings, 1994
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Altman, Steve: proposal (sent by Rick Marcelli to Al Schwartz) for a comedy show, “Simulated Television,” featuring Steve Altman, 1993-1994
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“America Picks”: proposals for a television series where audiences pick winners in various capacities, 1988-1995
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“American Business Awards Show” (Anthony C. Rocco): correspondence with Rocco about such a show, 1997-1998
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American Federation of Musicians: proposals for a television special, “Music Legends of the Century,” on the American Federation of Musicians Hall of Fame, 1969
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American Music Hall of Fame: memos, 1990
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American Red Cross 90th Anniversary, 1991
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“America's Hidden Jokers”: concept for a weekly prime-time television series, no author, undated
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“America's Holiday Home Videos”: proposal for a television special, by Neil Gordon, 1995
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“America's Talking”: correspondence, 1990-1991, and concept of a television reality series by Art Metrano
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“Ananova”: series of outline stories, mostly about frauds, no author, undated
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“Antics of Romantics, The”: proposal for a Valentine's Day television special, 1995 August
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“Anything for Laughs,” ABC; D.J.s; Location Shoots; Schedules; Script, 1990
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Aronfeld, Spencer: Lexis-Nexis printout of biography of lawyer
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Assad, Richard: lawyer's letter from Dick Clark Productions regarding Richard Assad's project, “Baby Babble”; “The Heavenly Mob,” script by Richard Assad, undated
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“Baby Bandstand”: proposal for a children's television program on music and dance, 1994
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“Backstage Pass”: two different versions of a pilot script by Mark Armstrong, J.J. Paulsen and Mart Rudoy
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Bates, Brandon: correspondence with Bates, 2000, in relation to the Boyz II Men project
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“Battle of the Bands,” Special, 1993 (2nd Battle of the Bands)
Scope and Content Note: Correspondence; rules; credits; staff list; short rundowns; contestant lists; production schedule; prize list; talent audition information forms and band résumés; calendar; et cetera.
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“Be Cool”: correspondence and proposal, by Charlotte Robinson, for a television program on teenage violence, 1995
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“Beating the Odds: The John Barnes Story” - treatments by Larry Atterberry, 1993; clippings
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“Behind Comedy Lines” (Al Schwartz, Larry Gilbert and Ann Elder): proposal for a television comedian series, 1987
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“Bellevue P.D.” (Bo Carson): proposal for a television series created by Tim Gibbons, submitted to Dick Clark Productions by Bo Carson
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Berke, Chuck: proposal for a television series, “The Ranch,” to be written by Chuck Berke - correspondence, outline
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Berle, Milton: projected television special to celebrate Milton Berle's 75th anniversary in show business, 1990: correspondence, budgets, clippings
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Beyond Tough: correspondence with André Jetmir regarding Dick Clark Productions involvement in the series “Beyond Tough,” hosted by Ice-T, 2000
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Bix Pix Entertainment: concepts for various claymation animation television series, including “Dead-Air,” “Parody,” “Guy's Grab Bag,” “Jungle Boogie,” “Trailer Trashin'” and “Just Coffee,” no authors, undated
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Blanco, Jodee: biographies of Jodee Blanco and Lissy Peace (of Blanco and Peace Enterprises, Ltd.) and marketing agent David Weiner; press release, in relation to a projected interview with David Weiner on the brain, 1995
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Blue, Mary Jo: proposals for television game show “Powerplay,” developed by Mary Jo Blue and Hal Greenfader, undated
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“Weird, Wild and Wacky!”, 1998
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Blue Angels 50th Anniversary: correspondence with James Cross, 1995-1996; Cross's vita and clippings; outline of a television special “All-Star Salute to the Blue Angels”
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Promotional brochure on the Blue Angels, 1995
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“Boomers/Pass,”: treatment (rejected by Dick Clark Productions) for a proposed television show about baby boomer celebrities, by Elly McGuire and Ron Trotta, 1995 August
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“Boot Camp!”: correspondence with David Warshawky, 1998, and concepts of a proposed television series
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Boyd, Connie: correspondence regarding conjurer Connie Boyd, 1995
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Bravo Awards: correspondence regarding Dick Clark Productions televising the Bravo Awards, 1997
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CBS Women: “Women of CBS/Dead Project”: two folders with correspondence and outlines regarding a program about female CBS personalities, 1994-1995
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“Car Life”: proposal by Steve Aikens for a scripted/reality television series, undated
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Carson, Beaux, Projects: résumé and clippings on independent producer Beaux Carson, and proposals by him, including a television version of the Leigh Steinberg Super Bowl Party; “Mo's House” (a situation comedy starring Kool Mo Dee); “Afb's,” a script for a television drama by Cynthia E. Nettles, 2002 April 4
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Celebrities-Where Are They?: correspondence and outlines for a television program or series, 1993
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Celebrity Dogs-The Shows They'd Like to Forget: proposal by Michael Zack for a television special with Neil Bagg
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Celebrity Lookalikes/Lookalike Lookout: concept for a television reality show by Steve Kozak, undated
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“Celebrity Luxury Car Demolition Derby”: proposal by Craig Hoffman for a television reality show, 2002
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Chi-Apple Productions: various proposals from Jeff Stroy of Chi-Apple Productions, including feature films “Black Butter,” Squatter's Rights,” “Portal,” “Is It a Crime?” and “M.O.”; television films “Soul Sister,” and “Earl Lloyd”; and television shows “Real Life,” “Around the Way” and “Michael Colyar Presents MOE TV”
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“Chinatown”/“Joy Lee Chan”: proposal for a one-hour dramatic television series, in one version as a sequel to the 1930s Charlie Chan films, written by Yan Cui, 1999 September; draft agreement; clippings; and Yan Cui press kit, including treatment for a film, “My Private Tibet”
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Christian, Jay: correspondence and outlines of proposed programs - “My Millennium,” 1999 June 1
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“Tanya Tucker Family Christmas Special,” 2000 July 14
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“We Never Said Goodbye,” 1999 July 20
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“What Bugs You?” , 1998 November 11
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“Within the Heart,” 1999 July 29
A Christmas Story
Note: Television adaptation of a children's novel by Jay Frankston.
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Photocopy of the book (Jay Frankston, A Christmas Story, New York: Summit Books, 1977); correspondence, 1984-1989, agreements
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Script files: drafts of script by Sam Denoff, with comments by Jay Frankston; pages from the script of the musical Dear Santa, provided by Frankston for source ideas
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Chuck, Bob: letter from Bob Chuck of the Community Information Project, regarding Dan Leighton, “Las Vegas Confidential”/“Underground Undercover,” 1999 November 17
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“Countdown 2000”: proposal by Gary Light for a television series on popular music, 1995
Note: Marked “Pass.”
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“Crime Scene”: correspondence about a television reality series proposed by John Corser and David Womark, 1999
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Dahlen, Katie: portfolio of pictures of Katie Dahlen, with correspondence, 1994
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“Dance Games”: outline for a dance game show, undated
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De Angelis, Barbara: dossier of Barbara De Angelis
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“Declassified”: correspondence and agreements, regarding television series to be written by Bobi Fisher and Sean Morton, 1998-2000
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“Disney World”: correspondence on proposed television show at Disneyland, 1996
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Diversity Awards: agreement with the Multicultural Motion Picture Award Association for Dick Clark Productions to tape the Diversity Awards, 2000 February 28
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“Earth to Maddy, Chronicles of an Earth Girl,” concept for a television series by Guy Vasilovich and Jodi Sisson; “Earth to Maddy” letter, 1999 November 3
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850th Anniversary of Moscow: correspondence regarding a music competition to be mounted on the 850th anniversary of the city of Moscow, 1997
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Ellman, Mark: “Hellbent for Freedom,” screenplay by Mark Hellman, undated; “All's Well That Ends Strange,” script of episode for series “Tales of the Weird and Unknown,” by Joe and Knuck Flaherty, date illegible
Note: Post-it note says “Al will talk, Mark Ellman”.
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“Elvis in Hollywood”: correspondence with Alvin Haber about a television special
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“Eyewitness”: proposal for a television game show by Stanley Colvert and Jay Machleit
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Falcon Crest: correspondence with Scott Young regarding a videocassette of bloopers in the CBS series, 1998-1999
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“Female Magicians”: correspondence regarding a program on women conjurers, 1995
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“Fifty Years of Animation”: correspondence and concepts by Tom Ito, 1995
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“Fifty Years of Daytime”: presentation of daytime television broadcasting, ratings lists, daytime television schedules
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“Foreplayers”: proposal for a television special, 1995
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“Foul Play”: correspondence, 2000, and concept for television series by Taylor Taylor, the Entertainment Division of Taylor Family Enterprises
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Frankenstein: letter from Peter Bylsma of the Mechandising Corporation of America on a promotion of the 60th anniversary of the release of the 1931 Universal film Frankenstein, 1990 August 20
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“Fraud Squad Team”: proposal for a television reality show, undated
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“Freak Chic”: proposal by Chuck Harris for a weekly television series, undated
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“Friends Remembered”: proposals for a television special created by Lloyd Schwartz and developed by Jimmy Hawkins and Lloyd Schwartz, 1999-2000
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“Fun House”: correspondence and two outlines of a proposal for a reality television series by Josh Goldstein, 2001 March 6 and 16
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“Funny You Should Ask”: concept for a weekly half-hour informational television series, no author, undated
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“Fuzz-Bad Boys in Blue”: synopses for a television series to be created by Trevor Thrasher and Shea Degan, undated
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GQ Men of the Year: memo, 2000 March 2, and 1999 November brochure from magazine
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Ganter, Jeffrey: correspondence on possible television shows, 1997-1998
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Georgie Awards: clippings and press releases regarding the 1st Annual Georgie Awards Honoring Hair and Makeup Artists, 2000
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Gillis, Brian: proposals for segments of television shows, flyers from Brian Gillis and Sisuephan, correspondence, agreements, 2001
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“Godspeed” (Samuel Oriti): proposal for a rock opera musical by Samuel Oriti, undated
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“Gold and Platinum”: correspondence regarding proposed special on the RIAA and 1996 hit recordings
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“Golden Apple Awards, The”: correspondence with Janet Tighe, the President of the Hollywood Women's Press Club, regarding televising the Club's “Golden Apples Award” ceremonies, 1993
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Golden West TV: letter from Jeff Simmons, President, Golden West Television Productions, regarding syndication of Dick Clarke Productions programs, 1986 May 28
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Graham, Billy: correspondence; draft agreement; budget; regarding a television tribute to Billy Graham, titled provisionally “Thank You, Billy Graham” or “Thanks, Billy Graham,” 2001
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“Great American Conscience Quiz, The”: correspondence, 1998, and outlines by Dick Goldberg for a television quiz show
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“The Great Music Experience”: publicity materials and correspondence with Simon Woodruffe, 1994
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Hallmark's 25th Anniversary of Keepsake Ornaments: correspondence, 1997
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Hare E. Houdini: outline, “Hare E. Houdini at the Magic Castle,” by Milt Larsen, undated
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Harley Davidson: correspondence, 2002, clippings and outlines for “Happy Birthday Harley!”, a television special celebrating the 100th anniversary of Harley Davidson motorcycles, to be written by Cliff Alsberg and Neil Gordon
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Heart Like Mine: correspondence with Al Neil regarding a made-for-television movie, 1994
Note: Marked “Pass, August 1995.”
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Heroes and Legends (Calvin Hardaway): correspondence with Janie Bradford of H&L Awards on the 12th and 13th Annual Tribute to Heroes and Legends, 2001 September 23 and 2002 September 22
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“High Risk Offender”: correspondence and treatment for a one-hour television drama, 2002 February
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Hirsch, Michael, Productions: proposals for television shows or series “Superstitions of the Stars,” “America's Best,” and “From Peyton Place to Melrose Place,” undated
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“History's Greatest Bloopers!”: , June 1997 proposal for a children's educational television series by American History magazine
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“Holiday on Ice”: correspondence, 1989, regarding a possible ice skating show; talent lists; rundown and script of “The Ice Stars' Hollywood Review”
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“Hollywood's #1 Hits”: 40 Years of Music in Film: outline by Todd Abrams of proposed television show, 1995
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“Hollywood's Secret Film Clips”/“Hollywood's Classic Film Scripts”; proposal for a television series, undated
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“Hot Country Nights,”: correspondence regarding the NBC program format for a series airing February 2, 1992 to May 24, 1992, 1992
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“Hottest Women of Music, The”: correspondence mostly with Jacquie Shabel of WOMB Entertainment Group, regarding this show, 1998
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Ice “AIDS”: Correspondence with Randy Gardner regarding “You and the Ice and the Music,” a proposed ice show/AIDS benefit, 1995
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Ideas: folder of correspondence, lists, and clippings, regarding miscellaneous proposed television programs and series, 1991-1994
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“Implants”: correspondence with John Barchilon and Terry Mosser regarding proposal for television special about a failed breast implant operation, 1997
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Independent Feature Project, West: press kit promoting their films and events such as “Independent Spirit Awards,” 1997
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Indianapolis 500: outline of television special “75th Anniversary of the Indy 500,” to be broadcast by ABC May 25, 1991; correspondence with Chris Duffy of Wabash Valley Broadcasting and Bill Donaldson of Indianapolis Motor Speedway; rates, specifications, and clippings from Sander and Company and USATeleproductions, (video facilities houses) correspondence with various networks and local television stations; lists of archival footage
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“Instant Millionaire”: treatment for a television show by Lynn Lehmann, 1998 January 28
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International Magic Tribute: proposal for televising the “International Magic Awards”
Note: Marked “delivered to John Hamlin, ABC, August 10”
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“Ironic Moments”: proposal for a television weekly by Mark Bennett and Fred de Cordova, 1999
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“It's a Magical Christmas”: proposal of a Christmas season magic show by Elliott Blat, September 17, 1998
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“Jillian, Ann, Talk Show”: correspondence, 1990, and outline proposal of a talk show to be hosted by Ann Jillian
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Jones, Tom: proposals, 2003, from Kyle Hunter of Tom Jones Enterprises, LLC, regarding a television special about the singer
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Joyca, Jocelyne: correspondence, 1999, and publicity material from the Foundation for the Declaration of the Rights of Children provided by its founder, Jocelyne Joyca
Note: Folder originally contained two CDs of songs by Joyca and a videocassette of a children's program by Joyca.
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“Jumper”: proposal by Bob Wolterstorff for a television drama, 2001 April 10
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“Justice Roundtable”: proposal for a television series to be written by Herb Eden, 1999
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Kaprall, Bo: concepts for a television game show “Your 'Ex' Knows Best?” by Bo Kaprall and Mike Klinghoffer, 2000, and “The Pitch” by Bo Kaprall and Bob Altman, , 1999
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“Kids-a-Poppin”: proposal for a one-hour television special, “Kids-a-Poppin!” by John Boni and Stephen Schenckel, 1990 October
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“Killer Instinct”: “The Vampire Murders,” outline of episode for series, no author, undated
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Koko the Gorilla: materials from the Gorilla Foundation; correspondence, 1996, regarding a projected show about the gorilla Koko; magazine articles about Koko
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Kung Fu: correspondence with Lyn Henderson regarding proposals for kung fu related television programs, 2000
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“Late Night with Lance”: proposal for a late-night television show by Frazer Smith and Kenny Feuerman, undated
Note: Marked “Pass, August 1995.”
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“Laff Attack”/“Ambush-Live and Unedited”: correspondence, budget, and concept, 1999, for a live sketch comedy series, “Laff Attack” (no author specified, but Rich Vokulich was involved); a second proposal “Ambush-Live & Unedited,” no author, , undated, probably the same proposal
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Laugh Factory: proposal “Laugh Factory Live” by Jamie Masada, 1995-1996
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Lehmann, Lynn: proposals for television dramas by Lynn Lehmann, including “The Hunt,” two scripts for “Beyond Belief” (“The Wedding Ring” and “Photographs”), “Rock a Bye Baby,” “The Lamplighter,” and “The Great Grondzini,” 2000
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“Let's Do Lunch”: proposal for a show where celebrities are invited to restaurants for lunch
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Life Swap: “Life Swap: Put Yourself in My Shoes,” concept for a weekly television series, by Kent Weed, faxed 1998 August 10
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Little Bandstand, A: proposal for a half-hour children's television program by Greg Grundberg and Mark Hunt, 1994
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“Live! Dick Clark Presents” (CBS, 1988-1989) - ”Live CBS,” “Live Rundowns,” “Live Schedules,” “Live Scripts (shows 1-6),” “Live Schedules,” “Live Talent”: correspondence with CBS; rundowns; production schedules; script; résumés of personalities to feature on the show
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“Man in the Santa Claus Suit, The”: agreement between Al Schwartz and Dick Clark Productions, 1980; excerpts from script of musical “Dear Santa”; formats
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Script by George Kirgo from a story by Leonard Gershe, 1979 October 11
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Marcelli, Rick: letter of recommendation from agent Rick Marcelli, 1996, and flyers for Marcelli projects, including “Teen Talk,” “Rock and Roll Stars and Their Cars,” “Saturday Night Sex Talk,” “Uncensored” (also known as “Badgers”), “Rapid Romance” and “The Umbilical Brothers”
Note: Material on “Let's Do Lunch” and “Chinatown” separated to the respective folders.
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Marmel, Steve and Judi Brown: 1999 résumé; proposal for television series “Odd Couples”; script “Go Boldly, Smithers!” by Steve Marmel for The Simpsons; clippings of Steve Marmel articles from USA Today
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Megawards: proposal, 2001-2002, by Rick Gurley for a television “award of awards” program; also treatments by Gurley for various proposed television series
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Melinda: promotional materials regarding Melinda, First Lady of Magic, 1995, including storyboard of proposed television show “Dreams, An Evening of Wonders”; two 4"x5" color photographs
Note: For originals, see Photographs.
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Micel, Aldo: list of credits for Aldo Micel, 1994
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Miles, Geoff: correspondence with Geoff Miles regarding project “Circus Princess”
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Miss Interworld: proposal for an interactive beauty pageant, undated
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“Model Awards”/“Models Unlimited”: correspondence regarding televising fashion modeling awards, 1994-1996
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Mother/Daughter Beauty Pageant: correspondence with George Pirrone, 1994, on a televised beauty show featuring mother-daughter teams
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Mother-in-Law: correspondence, 2003, and concept for a television reality program by Dena Schechter and Susan Brandler
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“Motherhoot”: correspondence regarding a proposed television show, conceived by Margaret Bigger, with a press kit including the original book, 1999
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Motion Picture Hall of Fame: , 1981 flyer
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“Music Legends of the Century”: , 1996 correspondence and proposals for a television special sponsored by the American Federation of Musicians Hall of Fame
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“My Brother's Eyes”: correspondence, clippings, and outline by Ann Elder and Calvin Hardaway, for a television program, 1994 November 21
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“Mystery of the Crop Circles, The”: proposal by Bob Borgia for a television reality show, undated
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Nash, Bruce: correspondence with Bruce Nash, 1990; “Oddballs, Eccentrics & Ordinary People,” treatment for reality series by Bruce Nash and Allan Zullo
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National Drivers Test: research by Dana Moorhead, 1999, on the ratings for “national test” shows
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Nevius, Craig, projects: “Keeping Up with the Joneses,” pitch of family adventure comedy series for television by Craig Nevius, 1999
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Nevius, Craig, projects: “Keeping Up with the Joneses,” correspondence, 2002; concepts by Craig Nevius of television series “Bad Sports,” “Dream Lover,” “The Matchmakers,” “The Pretty Girl Factor/Pretty Girls Get Away with Everything,” “TV Saves the World” and “Science Friction”
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“North Hames Avenue”: concept and pilot episode for television series, no author name, undated
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Nostradamus: correspondence with Roy Freeman, 1994, and outline for a television series “America's Nostradamus”
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“Obstacles”: concept for a television game show by Andrew Tannenbaum, undated
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“Off the Rack”: concept for a half-hour reality/comedy show, by Bo Kaprall, 1998
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“Oh Please!”: proposal from Caravette Productions of Chicago for a television program on civility, 1997 April
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Olsen Twins Mothers Day Special (ABC, correspondence, May 5, 1993), ratings reports; agreements; résumés of technical personnel; outline (“Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen's Mother's Day Special”); draft script; draft budget; clippings on the Olsen twins; blueline of stage, , 1993)
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“Parole”: correspondence, 1993-1994, research clippings, script pages for a proposed television series on parole boards
Note: Marked “Dead Files, July 18, 1995”
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“Passionate Hollywood”: concept for a television series by Joe and Lou Morhaim, undated
Note: Marked “Pass, August 1995.”
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People Magazine Anniversary Presentations: presentation outline of celebratory television special on People magazine in , 1989
Note: Original and photocopied edited version.
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Perry, Sean: correspondence with Sean Perry of the Abrams Rubaloff & Lawrence Talent Agency, 1995-1996
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Persky, Bill: correspondence with Bill Persky regarding proposed television game shows “Moola” and “Who Did What to Whom?”, 1999
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PETsMART: correspondence, agreements, program ideas, contacts lists, scripts and clippings, regarding performance benefit event “SOS for PETsMART”, Los Angeles, on June 1, 2000, 1999-2000
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“Planet Putz”: proposal for a one-hour television special to feature Marty Putz, 1998
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“Plastic Surgery, Gambling with Your Looks”: correspondence; production schedules; credits lists; technical personnel declaration forms; staff lists; proposed credits designs; interview transcripts; draft scripts; revisions
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“Probation Judge”: proposal by C. Clark for a television series, 2002 July
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RPMC: promotional materials from RPMC, a travel entertainment promotions firm
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“The Real Life of...”: proposal by Art Metrano, 1990, for a television series of unauthorized and unpredictable biographies
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“Reeling with Laughter”: proposal for a history of television animation by Tom Ito, Rick Marcelli and Harry Flynn, undated
Note: Marked “Pass, August 1995.”
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Robinson, Patty: correspondence with Patty Robinson about a proposed television special, “Americans Helping Americans,” 1996
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Royal Caribbean Cruises: correspondence with representatives of Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd., regarding possible cruise ship game shows, 2001, including “Mother's Day Cruise” and “Rock the Boat,” 1998-2001
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“Rumor Has It ...”: proposal for a reality show by Burt Wheeler and Sharon Sussman, undated
Note: Marked “Pass, August 1995.”
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“Saturday Night Warehouse Sale”: proposal for a television auction program, undated
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Saturn Awards: correspondence, 1994, and brochure on the Saturn Awards of the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films
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Schwartz, Elroy: proposals for television programs and series from Elroy Schwartz, including “Hell Is Frozen Over,” 2000; “Parole Violation” and “The Jury Is Out/You the Jury,” , 2000; “The Baxters” (format for a sitcom) and “KKLLOOOOZZ” (an interactive game show), , undated
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Schwartz, Elroy: proposals for television programs and series from Elroy Schwartz, including “The Baxters” (format for a sitcom) and “KKLLOOOOZZ” (an interactive game show), undated
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Seventy-fifth Anniversary of the Motion Picture Home: correspondence regarding a program celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Motion Picture and Television Fund, 1996
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Sinatra, Frank: clippings on Sinatra on his death in 1998
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“$64,000 Question, The”: staff lists, correspondence, addenda to the program “Bible,” 2000 March 30, proposed format
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“Small Town Icons”: proposal from Epiphany Productions for a television magazine program
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Smith, Delancy: correspondence with Delancy Smith of Ervin Marketing Creative Communications, 1997
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Smith, Kathy: Kathy Smith press kit; proposal for television show “Fit Life Television with Kathy Smith,” 1999
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Sperling, Neil: correspondence, 1996, and proposal “The First Annual International Magician of the Year Awards,” by Neal J. Sperling
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“Stay Tuned”: breakdown of clip costs for a one-hour prime-time special
Note: Sent to Wendy Miller, August 1996, forwarded to Dick Clark Productions, August 1998.
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Steele, Ken: letter from Steele, 1998 April 15, signed portrait with résumé on the reverse
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“Straight from the Edge”: correspondence, 1997, and proposal by J. Stephen Meadows
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Folder   1
Strassmann, David: press kit of David Strassman, ventriloquist, including 13-8"x10" b&w photographs; correspondence regarding the television show “Strassmann”, 2000
Note: For originals, see Photographs.
Box   14
Folder   2
Sylver, Marshall: correspondence with and about Marshall Sylver, 1995
Box   14
Folder   3
TV Commercials-Hi Music: correspondence with Joe Estephan regarding television commercials, 1996
Box   14
Folder   4
Tilden, Peter: correspondence about Peter Tilden and a project of his on sumo wrestling, including vitae and pictures of possible cast members, 1996
Box   14
Folder   5
Tinney, Lon: correspondence with Lon Tinney and a game show proposed by him “Stop Me If You've Heard This One,” 1995
Box   14
Folder   6
“Too Late”: proposal for a talk show series featuring puppets
Note: Marked “Pass, September 1995.”
Box   14
Folder   7
“Touched by Fame”: proposal for a television special on people who suddenly become famous
Box   14
Folder   8
Tribute, “Great Music Experience”: correspondence with Tribute Management, Ltd., regarding proposed television program, 1994
Box   14
Folder   9
Twenty-fifth Anniversary of Universal Amphitheater: correspondence and data sheets regarding Universal Amphitheater, Universal City, California, 1996
Box   14
Folder   10
Venue: outline and pilot script for a television series by John and Simon Munter, undated
Box   14
Folder   11
Viscott, David: draft agreement with Vistock for a television series built around him, 1993
Box   14
Folder   12
Washington Interns: correspondence regarding proposed television series “Washington Interns”/”White House Interns” to feature Gary Basmajian and Natalie McCullough, 1999-2000
Box   14
Folder   13
“Weird Report, The”: proposal by Leland Gregory for a television magazine show, 2002
Box   14
Folder   14
“When Music Was Music”: concept by A. Scott Brady for a television talent show
Box   14
Folder   15
“Who's Your Fave Rave?”: correspondence with Fran Lebowitz regarding book “Who's Your Fave Rave?”, with clippings, 1997
Box   14
Folder   16
Wiener, Devik : correspondence with Devik Wiener regarding “Actors of Film Noir,” 1997
Box   14
Folder   17
“Wing-It!”: pilot synopsis for television reality show, 2002 April 3
Box   14
Folder   18
Womark, David, projects: concepts for television game shows “Out of Control” and “StreamLine”
Box   14
Folder   19
“World Has Gone to the Dogs, The”: clippings and correspondence with Jill Proctor regarding a television special on dogs and their owners, 1997
Box   14
Folder   20
“World's Funniest TV”: correspondence and concepts for a television series, 1995
Box   14
Folder   21
“You Asked for It!”: proposals and correspondence regarding a television reality series, 2003
Box   14
Folder   22
“Your Call for the Most Beautiful Woman in the World”: proposal by Brad Joplin for an interactive television beauty pageant, 1993
Box   14
Folder   23
Rejected Projects: unsolicited submissions of projects rejected by Dick Clark Productions, usually just a letter of rejection, a few with outlines of projects and more extended correspondence
Box   14
Folder   24
Dead Projects: folder of rejected proposals: “The All-American Pet of the Year Pageant”; “The Baseball Hall of Shame”; ”Behind Comedy Lines”; “Call It Love”; “Camp Comedy”; “Doctors of Laughter”; “First Takes”; “The Kinsey Report-Forty Years Later” (two versions); “Rumors, Secrets, and Little White Lies”; “The Talk Show”; “TV Guide Awards”; “Yogi Hangs 'Em Up”
Box   14
Folder   25
“Projects Passed”: various turned down proposals for television programs and series, 1995
Subseries: Major Projects
ABC All-Star Spectacular, 1985
Box   15
Folder   1
Miscellaneous (loose in binder): credits; ABC 1985-1986 Prime-Time Program schedule; short rundowns; long rundowns; location table; editing notes; excerpted program publicity sheets
Box   15
Folder   2
Schedules; script
Box   15
Folder   3
Talent; Schedules; Rundown; Editing; Clip Information; Staff; ABC; Music; Correspondence; Budget
ABC Fall Preview Special, 1986
Box   15
Folder   4
Miscellaneous; closing credits; Schedule; Rundowns; Correspondence; Script; ABC; Talent; Editing (empty section); Staff
Academy of Country Music Awards
Box   15
Folder   5
General
26th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, 1991
Box   15
Folder   6
Miscellaneous
27th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, 1992
Box   15
Folder   7
Calendar, correspondence, clippings
30th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, 1995
Box   15
Folder   8
Miscellaneous; Schedule; Staff; Short Rundown
Box   15
Folder   9-10
Script
31st Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, 1996
Box   16
Folder   1
Miscellaneous; Schedule; Rundown; Staff List
Box   16
Folder   2-3
Script
Box   16
Folder   4
Calendar; Performances; Rehearsal; Stage Plots
32nd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, 1997
Box   16
Folder   5
Miscellaneous; Rundown; Staff List
Box   16
Folder   6-7
Script
Box   16
Folder   8
Schedule; Performance Detail; Closing Credits; Award Order
33rd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, 1998
Box   16
Folder   9
Miscellaneous; Schedule; Rundown
Box   17
Folder   1-2
Script
Box   17
Folder   3
Staff List; Live Performance; Performance Detail; Award Order; Booking Report; Closing Credits
34th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, 1999
Box   17
Folder   4-5
Extended schedule; rundown; script
35th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, 2000
Box   17
Folder   6-7
Timetable; schedule; rundown; script
36th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, 2001
Box   18
Folder   1-2
Extended schedule; rundown; script
37th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, 2002
Box   18
Folder   3-4
Extended schedule; rundown; script
38th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, 2003
Box   18
Folder   5-6
Extended schedule; rundown; script
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Awards
Note: See also An Evening at the Academy Awards.
62nd Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Awards, 1990
Box   19
Folder   1
“Al's Tokyo Shoot”: Correspondence about shooting a sequence in Tokyo for the , 1990 Oscars broadcast
64th Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences Awards, 1992
Box   19
Folder   2
“Calcutta/Texas”: Correspondence, itineraries, travel documents, et cetera, regarding shooting a segment of the 1992 Oscars in Calcutta
All Kindsa Stuff
Box   19
Folder   3
Pilot, memos; Staff; Cast; Rundown; Script; Schedules; Notes; unlabeled script pages; Legal Correspondence, 1980
An All Star Tribute to Aaron Spelling, 1997
Box   19
Folder   4
Miscellaneous; Rundown; Script; Schedule; Staff List; Show Format; Talent Seating; Map/Plots; Correspondence
All-Time Greatest TV Censored Bloopers
Note: First broadcast February 2, 1985.
Box   19
Folder   5
Breakdown of excerpts and fees; schedules; rundowns; script
American Music Awards
4th Annual American Music Awards, 1977
Box   19
Folder   6
Miscellaneous: budgets; credits; memos; scripts pages (marked “old version”); scene plots; artists' call times; audience celebrities; short rundown; schedule
Box   19
Folder   7
Script
5th Annual American Music Awards, 1978
Box   19
Folder   8
Miscellaneous (unlabeled); Talent; Staff; Rundowns; Script; telegrams; clippings; scene plots; budget
6th Annual American Music Awards, 1979
Box   20
Folder   1
Clippings; formats; credits; winners list; memos and telegrams; budgets; schedules; contact lists; script; staff list
7th Annual American Music Awards, 1980
Box   20
Folder   2
Miscellaneous (clippings, memos, budget); Staff; Talent; Schedules; Rundown (empty section); Script; Notes
8th Annual American Music Awards, 1981
Box   20
Folder   3
Miscellaneous: clippings; credits; short rundown; correspondence; contact list; talent; top of show; stage manager liaison; production check list; memos; rough rundown; music clearance sheet; cartridge list; short rundown
Box   20
Folder   4
Crew; Cast; Schedules; Rundows; Script; scene plot
9th Annual American Music Awards, 1982
Box   20
Folder   5
Miscellaneous; Staff; Talent; Booking Sheets; Schedules; Rundowns
Box   21
Folder   1
Scripts; Miscellaneous; Memos
10th Annual American Music Awards, 1983
Box   21
Folder   2
Miscellaneous: clippings; rundowns; talent; audience figures; credits; memos; script extracts; formats; staff lists; budgets; production check list
Box   21
Folder   3
Staff; Talent; Schedules; Rundown (empty section)
Box   21
Folder   4
Script; Notes
11th Annual American Music Awards, 1984
Box   21
Folder   5
Miscellaneous
Box   22
Folder   1
Script
Box   22
Folder   2
Schedule; Rundowns; Staff; Talent; Ballot Information; Banking Sheets
12th Annual American Music Awards, 1985
Box   22
Folder   3
Miscellanous: memos; budgets; clippings; correspondence; ratings; scene plots; production schedules; short rundowns; write-ins; talent calls; top of show
Box   22
Folder   4
Script; Talent
Box   22
Folder   5
Rundown; Schedule; Staff; Memos; ABC; Clip Information; Ballot; Budget; Booking Sheets
13th Annual American Music Awards, 1986
Box   23
Folder   1
Miscellaneous
Box   23
Folder   2
Script
Box   23
Folder   3
Talent; Rundown; London; Schedules; ABC; Correspondence/Memos; Staff; Ballots
14th Annual American Music Awards, 1987
Box   23
Folder   4
Miscellaneous; Schedule; Talent; Staff; Rundown (empty section); Ballots; Music
Box   23
Folder   5-6
Script
15th Annual American Music Awards, “Jerry Gogol,” 1988
Box   24
Folder   1
Correspondence, 1987 and two different versions of the “Official Viewer's Guide”
19th Annual American Music Awards, “Jerry Gogol,” 1992
Box   24
Folder   2
Correspondence; mock-ups of artwork for publicity and credits sequences with Diet Coke as sponsors, 1991-1992
Scope and Content Note: Originally included 8"x10" color transparency.
20th Annual American Music Awards, 1993
Box   24
Folder   3
Miscellaneous; Rundowns
Box   24
Folder   4-5
Script
Box   24
Folder   6
Schedules; Nominees; Talent; Award of Merit; ABC; Staff; International Artists Award; Brochure
Annual American Music Awards: 20th Anniversary Special, 1993
Box   24
Folder   7
Miscellaneous; Schedule; Rundowns; Staff List
Box   24
Folder   8
Script
Box   25
Folder   1
Script (continued)
25th Annual American Music Awards, 1998
Box   25
Folder   2-3
Short schedule; short rundown; script
26th Annual American Music Awards, 1999
Box   25
Folder   4-5
Production schedule; show grid; as broadcast rundown; script
27th Annual American Music Awards, 2000
Box   25
Folder   6-7
Production schedule; as broadcast rundown; script
28th Annual American Music Awards, 2001
Box   26
Folder   1-2
Schedule; short rundown; script
Box   26
Folder   3
Brian Stewart (Virtual Concepts): correspondence
Note: Originally included demo music CD/CD-ROM: “33rd CMA Awards”; see Audio Recordings.
Box   26
Folder   4
Javamusic.com: proposals, 2000, from Nakules Veran of Javamusic.com regarding cooperation with Dick Clark Productions in relation to the 2001 American Music Awards
Note: Originally included CD “28 American Music Awards, January 8, 2001”; see Audio Recordings.
29th Annual American Music Awards, 2002
Box   26
Folder   5-6
Schedule; as-aired rundown; script
30th Annual American Music Awards, 2003
Box   26
Folder   7-8
Schedule; short rundown; script
32nd Annual American Music Awards, 2004
Box   27
Folder   1-2
Schedule; short rundown; script
, 2005 American Music Awards
Box   27
Folder   3-4
Schedule; short rundown; script
Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction (Fox TV, 1997-2002)
Early proposals, script submissions, and related topics
“Mind Games”:
Box   27
Folder   5
Outline for anthology series with some of the segments true stories, some false, undated
Box   27
Folder   6-7
Correspondence; releases; calendar, 1989-1998; agreements; WGA registration certificates for a television reality series to be written by Lynn Lehmann entitled variously “Counterfeit Reality,” “Mind Games,” and, in the latest versions, “Beyond Belief” (presumably the initial stages of the produced series Beyond Belief)
Box   27
Folder   6-7
Several versions of concept and sets of sample stories for a television reality series to be written by Lynn Lehmann entitled variously “Counterfeit Reality,” “Mind Games,” and, in the latest versions ( 1997-1998), “Beyond Belief” (presumably the initial stages of the produced series Beyond Belief)
Box   28
Folder   1
“Border Dreams”: Sample script by Jeanne Gordon for Beyond Belief, 1998
Box   28
Folder   2
GhostTalk.com: letter, 1999 September 7, and prospectus of website regarding ghosttalk.com becoming the official Beyond Belief website
Box   28
Folder   3
“Shocking But True”: Proposal for an hour-long television anthology series, submitted by Scott Noe on behalf of Tim Miller Entertainment, 1999
Season 2 (, January to July 1998)
Box   28
Folder   4
“Beyond Belief 2nd Season Closeout”: Research for Beyond Belief scripts
Season 3 (, May to July 2000)
Box   28
Folder   5
Scripts: Segments #40-47
Box   28
Folder   6
Scripts: Segments #48-56
Box   28
Folder   7
Scripts: Segments #57-65
Season 4 (, June to September 2002)
Box   28
Folder   8-9
Marshall-Plum
Box   29
Folder   1
Fox Standards
Box   29
Folder   2
Script Clearance
Box   29
Folder   3
Calendar: Daily Schedules; Production Reports; Budget Memos
Box   29
Folder   4
Season 3 Budget
Box   29
Folder   5
Subsidiary budgets: Albert Botha; Legacy Filmworks; Dufferin Gate; Whizbang Films; Sextant Entertainment; Roadhouse Productions
Box   29
Folder   6
Credits: Segments #401-4, 406-13
Box   30
Folder   1-5
Scripts: Segments #426-63
Box   30
Folder   6
Administrative files: Staff List; Contact List; Story Titles; Segment/Episode Order; Writer's Information; Director's Information; Air Dates; Ratings
Box   30
Folder   7
Administrative files: Travel; Incoming Memos; Outgoing Memos; Summary; Host
Box   31
Folder   1
Administrative files: Talent, Episodes #401-413
Box   31
Folder   2
Administrative files: Publicity; Props; Post-Production
Box   31
Folder   3
Story Ideas: Beyond Belief, 2000 August 11 and August 18; Beyond Belief, The Movie
Box   31
Folder   4
Story Ideas: Mondo Beyondo
Box   31
Folder   5
Story Ideas: Beyond Intelligence Quotient
Box   31
Folder   6
Story Ideas: Beyond Parallel Universe; Beyond Dark Delicacies; Bewitching Hour
Box   31
Folder   7
Story Ideas: Fox Approved Stories, 2000 September 7 and November 3
Box   31
Folder   8
Story Ideas from Robert Tralins: Subconscious Confections; Intellectual Paparazzi; Paradoxical Matrix; Leaning Tower of Tralins; Tralins A Go Go; Prompt Gamma; Pravalent [sic] Strongholds; Liquid Tralins
Box   32
Folder   1
Story Ideas from Robert Tralins: Prince of Darkness; Metaphysical Motherlode; Ultra Alternative; Will-O-The-Wisp; Chain Letter Controversy
Sources and Outlines
Box   32
Folder   2
Episodes #401-8
Box   32
Folder   3
Episodes #409-16
Box   32
Folder   4
Episodes #417-25
Box   32
Folder   5-6
Budget
Box   33
Folder   1-2
Marshall/Plumb
Box   33
Folder   3
Story Research; Department Closeout
Bloopers
Note: See also All-Time Greatest TV Censored Bloopers, TV Censored Bloopers, TV's Bloopers and Practical Jokes, and TV's Greatest Censored Commercial Bloopers.
Bloopers 99-1, January 16, 1999
Box   33
Folder   4
Production schedule; short rundown; script
Box   33
Folder   5
Transfer sheets, 1998 November 30 - 1999 January 21
Bloopers 00-4 & 00-5 (CBS), October 25, 2000
Box   33
Folder   6-7
Show 00-4 & 00-5 production schedule; show 00-4 short rundown; show 00-4 script; show 00-5 script
Best of Bloopers, show #01-06 and All New Bloopers, show #01-07 (ABC), April 25, 2001
Box   33
Folder   8
Show #01-06 and #01-07 schedule; show #01-06 final rundown; show #01-06 script; show #01-07 final rundown; show #01-07 script
Instant Classic Bloopers show #2-09 and World's Greatest Classic Bloopers show #2-10 (NBC), April 11, 2002
Box   34
Folder   1-2
Production schedule; Instant Classic Bloopers #2-09: as-edited short rundown; script; World's Greatest Classic Bloopers #2-10: as edited short rundown; script
Bloopers, show #03-11 and show #03-12 (ABC), January 30, 2003
Box   34
Folder   3
Show #03-11 and #03-12 schedule; show #03-11 rundown; show #03-11 script; show #03-12 rundown; show #03-12 script
Bloopers, show #04-14 and #04-15 (ABC), March 23, 2004
Box   34
Folder   4-5
Show #04-14 and #04-15 schedule; show #04-14 rundown; show #04-14 script; show #04-15 rundown; show #04-15 script
Celebrity Boxing (Fox Broadcasting), March 7, 2002
Box   34
Folder   6
Production schedule; rundown; script
Christmas at Home with the Stars, December 17, 1994
Box   34
Folder   7
Short Rundowns; Pickups Log Sheets; Music logs; Credit List; Correspondence; Script
Box   35
Folder   1
Aretha Franklin Shoot; Carly Simon Shoot; Barry Manilow Shoot; Amy Grant Transcript; Carly Simon Transcript
Daytime Emmy Awards
Box   35
Folder   2
Sheets of contact information for potential nominees and presenters
18th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, 1991
Box   35
Folder   3
Miscellaneous; Brochure; Rundowns
Box   35
Folder   4
Script
Box   35
Folder   5
Schedules; Talent; Nominees; Clip Packages; Segment Information; Academies
Box   35
Folder   6
Staff; CBS; Venue Information; Budget/Contract Information; Miscellaneous; Clippings; Program of 20th Annual Emmy Awards for Nighttime Programming, 1987
Box   36
Folder   1
Staff Lists; Nominations; Presenters; Nominees; brochures and invitations; Budget; Distribution List
Box   36
Folder   2
Script
Box   36
Folder   3
Brown Binder: Correspondence; Rundowns; [originally computer discs]; Schedule; Format; Chyron List; Seating Chart; Contact Log
Box   36
Folder   4
Computer files: listings of contents of computer diskettes
Note: For diskettes, see Computer Media.
19th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, 1992
Box   36
Folder   5
Miscellaneous, including Brochure
Box   36
Folder   6
Rundowns; Script
Box   37
Folder   1
Schedules; Talent; Clip Packages; Segment Information; Academys; Staff; Venue Information; Budget/Contract Information; NBC
Box   37
Folder   2
Brown Binder I: Staff List; Schedules; Seating; Rundowns; Credits; NBC Format; Nominees; Winners/Clip Timings; Music Cue Sheet; Brochure
Box   37
Folder   3
Brown Binder II: Script; [originally computer discs]; Distribution Lists
Box   37
Folder   4
Correspondence
Box   37
Folder   5
Nominees; Talent
Box   37
Folder   6
Computer files: listings of contents of computer diskettes
Note: For diskettes, see Computer Media.
22nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, 1994-1995
Box   38
Folder   1
Brochure; correspondence
23rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, 1996
Box   38
Folder   2
Brochure, 1996 May 22 (“Daytime at Nighttime”); correspondence with CBS; letters to nominees for awards; correspondence regarding Oprah Winfrey appearing as Master of Ceremonies; correspondence regarding Phil Donahue featuring as Master of Ceremonies
Box   38
Folder   3
General correspondence
Box   38
Folder   4
Press release on the nominations
Box   38
Folder   5
Master Tape Log, Music Cue Sheet, and script
Note: Marked “Al Schwartz, Producer, Lou's marked script.”
Box   38
Folder   6
Clippings
24th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, 1997
Box   38
Folder   7
Directory; brochure; Media Guide; format (outlines of program structure); audience figures for the program; comparison between previous costs and , 1997 budget
Box   38
Folder   8
Comparison of CBS and ABC schedules for Radio City Music Hall; seating plot of Radio City Music Hall; correspondence; production ideas; clippings
Box   38
Folder   9
Music cue sheets; short rundown; closing credits
Box   39
Folder   1
Script
25th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, 1998
Box   39
Folder   2
Brochure; press releases regarding nomination; music cue sheets; excerpts and fees; telecast categories; format; program standards; correspondence
Box   39
Folder   3
Production schedule; short rundown; script
26th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, 1999
Box   39
Folder   4
Nominations; format; budget; credits; telecast categories and ratings; correspondence
Box   39
Folder   5
Production schedule; as-edited rundown; script
27th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, 2000
Box   40
Folder   1
Production schedule; short rundown; script
28th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, 2001
Box   40
Folder   2
Production schedule; short rundown; script
29th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, 2002
Box   40
Folder   3
Production schedule; as broadcast rundown; script
31st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, 2004
Box   40
Folder   4
Short rundown; schedule; script
32nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, 2005
Box   40
Folder   5
Schedule; script
Dick Clark's Good Ol' Days
Dick Clark's Good Ol' Days: From Bobby Sox to Bikinis, 1977
Box   41
Folder   1
Miscellaneous (clippings, schedules, rundowns, credits, correspondence, et cetera); Cast list (empty section); Staff List; Schedule; Rundown; Script
Dick Clark's Good Ol' Days, Part II, 1978
Box   41
Folder   2
Miscellaneous (correspondence, formats, rundowns, memos); Talent; Staff; Schedules; Rundowns; Expenses (empty section)
Box   41
Folder   3
Script; Notes
Dick Clark's Live Wednesday
Show #8, broadcast November 15, 1978
Box   41
Folder   4
Schedule; Rundown; Script
Show #13, broadcast December 27, 1978
Box   41
Folder   5
Staff Phone List; Schedules; Script
Disney's American Teacher Awards (CBS: Lifetime Television for Women), November 10, 2001
Box   41
Folder   6
Schedule; rundown; script
An Evening at the Academy Awards (KABC-TV), March 22, 1998
Box   41
Folder   7
Schedule; 70th Annual Academy Awards Production schedule; post-show rundown; 70th Annual Academy Awards short rundown; Academy Awards preshow script
Family Television Awards
3rd Annual Family Television Awards, 2001
Box   42
Folder   1
Reports
Box   42
Folder   2
Production schedule; as-edited rundown; script
4th Annual Family Television Awards, 2002
Box   42
Folder   3
Schedule; rundown; script
5th Annual Family Television Awards, 2003
Box   42
Folder   4
Schedule; rundown; script
6th Annual Family Television Awards, 2004
Box   42
Folder   5
Schedule; timing sheet; rundown; script
Far Out Space Nuts (Sid and Marty Krofft Television Productions), 1975
Box   42
Folder   6
Schedules, Scripts for episodes: “It's All in Your Mind”; “The Crystallites”; “The Robots of Pod”; and “The Tower of Tagot”
Box   42
Folder   7
Scripts for episodes: “Secrets of the Hexagon”; “Captain Torque-Space Pirate”; “The Galaxy's Greatest Athlete”; “Barney Begonia”; and “A Dangerous Game”
Box   42
Folder   8
Scripts for episodes: “The Three Spaceketeers”; “Birds of a Feather”; untitled; and “Destination Earth”
Golden Globe Awards
54th Annual Golden Globe Awards, 1997
Box   43
Folder   1
Rundowns; Schedule; Staff List; Script; Table Map; Nominations
57th Annual Golden Globe Awards, 2000
Box   43
Folder   2
Extended production schedule; rundown; script
58th Annual Golden Globe Awards, 2001
Box   43
Folder   3
Extended production schedule; script
59th Annual Golden Globe Awards, 2002
Box   43
Folder   4
Extended production schedule; rundown; script
60th Annual Golden Globe Awards, 2003
Box   43
Folder   5
Extended production schedule; rundown; script
61st Annual Golden Globe Awards, 2004
Box   44
Folder   1
Extended production schedule; rundown; script
62nd Annual Golden Globe Awards, 2005
Box   44
Folder   2
Extended production schedule; rundown; script
Golden Globes Arrivals Special
Golden Globes Arrivals Special, 2002
Box   44
Folder   3
Schedule; rundown; script
Golden Globes Arrivals Special, 2003
Box   44
Folder   4
Production schedule; script
Golden Globes Arrivals Special, 2004
Box   44
Folder   5
Schedule; as broadcast rundown; script
Golden Globes Arrivals Special, 2005
Box   44
Folder   6
Schedule; as broadcast rundown; script
The Greatest Practical Jokes of All Time, 1990
Box   44
Folder   7
Miscellaneous; Script; Rundown; Schedules; NBC; Miscellaneous; Editing; Staff
Hollywood's Private Home Movies
#1, ABC, broadcast May 22, 1983
Box   45
Folder   1
Miscellaneous
Scope and Content Note: Clippings, editing logs, memos, excerpts and fees, rundowns; celebrity lists; narration scripts, et cetera
Box   45
Folder   2
Staff; Talent; Clip Information; Rundowns; Schedules; Correspondence; Memos; Miscellaneous; Booking Sheets
Box   45
Folder   3
Script
#2, recorded October 4, 1983
Box   45
Folder   4
Miscellaneous (budgets, schedules, et cetera); Staff; Talent; Clip Information; Rundowns; Schedules; Editing Information; Correspondence; Memos
Box   45
Folder   5
Script; Miscellaneous; Booking Sheets
Inside America
#3, ABC, broadcast 1982
Box   45
Folder   6
Staff; Talent; Schedules; Rundowns; Script; Memos; Correspondence
I've Had It Up to Here
Variety/Comedy Pilot, NBC, broadcast May 22, 1982
Box   46
Folder   1
Clippings; credits; schedule; rundown; script
Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards
Box   46
Folder   2
General: “Bios”: Résumés and pictures of sporting personalities
Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards, 1992
Box   46
Folder   3
“Correspondence”/”Credits”/”Nominee Letters”/”Rundown”
Box   46
Folder   4
“Talent Letters”
Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards, 1993
Box   46
Folder   5
Correspondence
Box   46
Folder   6
Talent Contact List; memos; press releases; staff list; short rundown; miscellaneous
Box   47
Folder   1
Miscellaneous; Schedules; Rundowns; Staff
Box   47
Folder   2
Script
Box   47
Folder   3
Talent; Miscellaneous
Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards, 1994
Box   47
Folder   4
Miscellaneous correspondence and press releases; Booking Sheets
Box   47
Folder   5
Brochure and flyers; Brown Binder I: Phone List; Schedules; Rundowns; Staff; Correspondence/Memos
Note: Originally included color transparencies.
Box   47
Folder   6
Brown Binder II: Talent; Script
Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards, 1995
Box   48
Folder   1
Miscellaneous; Schedules; Rundowns; Staff List
Box   48
Folder   2
Script
Box   48
Folder   3
Talent; Miscellaneous; Camera Plot
The Love Boat Fall Preview Party
ABC Fall Promotional Special, broadcast October 1984
Box   48
Folder   4
Miscellaneous
Scope and Content Note: Talent contact list; contracts for artists and crew; staff list
Box   48
Folder   5
Production check list; Script; Talent; ABC; Miscellaneous Schedules
Box   48
Folder   6
Correspondence; rundown; credits; script
Mantrap
NBC television series, 1981
Box   49
Folder   1
Staff; Talent; Schedules; Rundown; Script; Notes
The Men Who Rate a Ten
Dick Clark Productions, 1980
Box   49
Folder   2
Format; Staff; Talent; Schedules; Rundowns; Script; Notes; Miscellaneous
The Most Beautiful Girl in the World
Program broadcast by NBC, January 30, 1984
Box   49
Folder   3
Rundown; ratings; Script; Schedule; Talent; Staff; Editorial Information
Program broadcast by NBC, March 11, 1985
Box   49
Folder   4
Script; Talent; Rundown; Schedules; Contestants; Memos/Correspondence; Miscellaneous NBC; Staff
The My Three Sons-Partridge Family Thanksgiving Reunion, 1977
Program broadcast by ABC, November 25, 1977
Box   49
Folder   5
Budgets; activity charts; clippings; format; schedules; Cast; Staff; Schedules; Rundown; Script; recording log
NBC Sneak Preview: The Oscar Race
Program broadcast by NBC, April 12, 1980
Box   49
Folder   6
Miscellaneous (clippings, budget); Credits; Contact Sheet; Script
Primetime Emmy Awards, 1996
Box   50
Folder   1
Production schedule; short rundown; script
The Rudy Coby Show
The Rudy Coby Show, 1995
Box   50
Folder   2
“Rudy Coby Show”: Rudy Coby press kit; correspondence, 1995, including script drafts for first show
Note: See also Photographs.
Box   50
Folder   3
“Rudy Coby Show: Scripts”: Correspondence; revised second draft of script for first show, 1995 April 22; running order; sketches and plans of set; rough draft of script for first show, , 1994 April 12
Rudy Coby: The Coolest Magician on the Planet, May 21, 1995
Box   50
Folder   4
Miscellaneous; Schedule; Staff List; Schedule; Short Rundown
Box   50
Folder   5
Script
Rudy Coby: Ridiculously Dangerous, December 1995
Box   50
Folder   6
Miscellaneous; Rundown; Script; Production Schedule; Post Schedule; Technical; Staff; Revisions; Financing
The Rudy Coby Show, 1996
Box   50
Folder   7
“Rudy Coby #2”: Correspondence, 1996-1997; budgets; CBS schedule; talent/prop notes; meeting package for , December 1995 technical meetings
Box   51
Folder   1
“Rudy Coby #2”: Short rundown of second show; rough draft script of second show, 1995 July 19
Note: Variant copy.
Box   51
Folder   1
“Rudy Coby #2”: revised draft script of second show, 1995 August 8
Note: Variant copy.
The Sensational, Shocking, Wonderful, Wacky Seventies
Program broadcast December 31, 1979 or January 1, 1980
Box   51
Folder   2
Miscellaneous (research materials, schedules, budgets, rundowns); Schedules; Cast; Staff; Run-Down
Box   51
Folder   3
Script; Notes
Soap Opera Awards
5th Annual Soap Opera Awards, 1989
Box   51
Folder   4
Correspondence, contact lists; hosts and presenters lists; awards; nominee lists; clipping
9th Annual Soap Opera Awards, 1993
Box   51
Folder   5
Seating Chart; Live Chyron List; Music Cues; Set/Cameras; Script
Note: Originally included computer diskettes; see Computer Media.
Box   51
Folder   6
Brown Binder: Staff List; Rundowns; Schedules; Format; Nominees; Credits
Box   51
Folder   7
Computer diskette file lists
Note: For diskettes, see Computer Media.
Box   52
Folder   1-2
Computer file printouts: documents in a variety of formats from a variety of applications, loaded into Microsoft Office or OpenOffice applications and printed out (deleting non-text sections), 2007 March 21
Note: For diskettes, see Computer Media.
10th Annual Soap Opera Awards, 1994
Box   52
Folder   3
Miscellaneous; Schedule; Rundowns
Box   52
Folder   4
Script; Staff; Nominees; Talent; NBC; Miscellaneous
11th Annual Soap Opera Awards, 1995
Box   52
Folder   5
Miscellaneous; Schedule; Rundowns; Talent
Box   53
Folder   1
Script; Nominees; Staff; Miscellaneous
13th Annual Soap Opera Digest Awards, 1997
Box   53
Folder   2
“As Broadcast Rundown”: Excerpts and Fees; As Broadcast Rundown
Box   53
Folder   3
Correspondence
14th Annual Soap Opera Digest Awards, 1998
Box   53
Folder   4
Format; closing credits; winners; as aired rundown; correspondence; post-mortem; Universal Hilton; logo
15th Annual Soap Opera Digest Awards (NBC), February 26, 1999
Box   53
Folder   5
“Soap Releases”: Memos regarding Excerpts and Fees
Box   53
Folder   6
Timetable; schedule; short rundown-as aired; script
16th Annual Soap Opera Awards, 2000
Box   53
Folder   7
Schedule; short rundown as aired; script
Superstars and Their Moms
Superstars and Their Moms, 1987
Box   53
Folder   8
Miscellaneous; Script; Rundown; Schedule; Talent; Music; Credits; ABC; Staff; Editing
Superstars and Their Moms, 1988
Box   54
Folder   1
Miscellaneous; Script; Rundown; Schedule; Talent; ABC; Music; Correspondence; Staff
Superstars and Their Moms, 1989
Box   54
Folder   2
Credits; Script; Schedules; Rundowns; Talent; Editing; TBS; Staff
Trial by Jury (Viacom, 1989)
Box   54
Folder   3-4
Memos; correspondence; production schedules; production reports; ratings reports; post-production reports; agreements; résumés; outlines; writers' guidelines; budgets
TV Censored Bloopers
#6, first broadcast November 12, 1983, #7 first broadcast , February 24, 1984
Box   55
Folder   1
Breakdown of excerpts and fees; Script; Staff; Talent (empty section); Schedule; Correspondence; Clip Information (empty section); Booking schedule
TV's Bloopers and Practical Jokes
First season, January 9-May 14, 1984
Box   55
Folder   2
Miscellaneous (clippings, excerpts and fees, memos, telegrams, correspondence, schedules, ratings); Staff; Talent (empty section); Editing (empty section); Schedules; rundowns (empty section); clip art (empty section); script revisions; Correspondence; Booking Sheets
Box   55
Folder   3-5
Scripts, shows #1 to #9
Second Season, January-March 1985
Box   56
Folder   1
Scripts, shows #220 to #222
Box   56
Folder   2
Reruns, Summer and Fall 1985, of shows originally broadcast Spring 1985 (#201-225, with some omissions)
Third Season, September 23, 1985 - February 24, 1986
Box   56
Folder   3
Staff, closing credits (show #301); “½-hr short rndn/synd.” (shows #301-322)
Box   56
Folder   4
Miscellaneous (breakdowns, credits, rundowns for shows #320-322); Rundowns (shows #301-322)
Box   56
Folder   5
Breakdowns; Clearances; Credits (shows #301-322)
TV's Greatest Censored Commercial Bloopers
Note: Recorded September 23, 1983.
Box   56
Folder   6
Script
Note: Also empty dividers labeled “Staff”, “Talent”, “Memos”, “Corresp.”, “Clearance” and “Editing.”
Wonderbug (Sid and Marty Krofft Television Productions)
Box   57
Folder   1
Miscellaneous: crew lists; budgets; contact lists; memos; schedules; correspondence
Box   57
Folder   2
Scripts, “14-Karat Wonderbug”; “The Maltese Gooneybird”; “There's No Foe Like a U.F.O.”; “Schlepnapped!”, 1976
Box   57
Folder   3
Scripts, “Lights! Camera! Wonderbug!!!”; “Keep on Schleppin'”; “Horse Switched”; “I Kidd You Not!”; “Anderson's Android”, 1976
Box   57
Folder   4
Scripts: “The Big Bink Bank Bungle” (two versions); “The Not So Great Race”; “Schlep O'Clock Rock”; “Schlepfoot”; “Schlepenstein”; “The Wonderbug Express”
You the Jury
Program broadcast by NBC, May 6, 1984
Box   57
Folder   5
Miscellaneous (revisions, budgets); Script (empty section); Schedules; Talent; Correspondence (empty section); NBC; Staff; Edit Notes