Contains mainly scripts written by Whedon along with outlines and miscellaneous other materials for several radio and television programs, motion pictures and theater, 1935-1973. Includes scripts for The Great Gildersleeve and The Rudy Vallee Hour.
Contains materials relating to Klee's writing career and includes mainly scripts along with story lines and research notes for Backstage Wife, Chaplain Jim, U.S.A. (completed for Hummert Radio Features during World War II), The Chase, The Clock, The Fat Man, Front Page Farrell, Mr. & Mrs. North, Mr. Chameleon, Mr. Keen, Tracer of Lost Persons and Valiant Lady. Also includes television and movie scripts.
Contains materials relating to Lansworth's career as a radio writer and author, including correspondence, 1943-1969, scripts, research notes, photographs, publicity materials and newspaper clippings for Murder Will Out and Whodunit?, 1940-1955. Also includes 21 sound recordings of Murder Will Out and other materials relating to Lansworth's career.
Includes scripts, production materials, outlines, synposes, research notes and treatments for many radio and television programs, 1940-1987, including the following radio programs: Duffy's Tavern, The Bob Hope Show, General Fuquas' Warcast, The Fred Allen Show, and The Joan Davis Show. Collection also includes other professional correspondence.
Consists mainly of scripts, correspondence, notes, story lines and fan mail for many of the radio and television programs for which Lewis wrote. Also includes Lewis's subject files, general correspondence and materials relating to the Writers Guild of America, West. Lewis wrote for the following radio programs: Sparring Partners, Philco Hall of Fame, Jonathan Trimble, Esq., Behind the Mike and The Charlie McCarthy Show.
Contains mainly scripts for motion pictures, radio and television written by Raison along with treatments and outlines, 1937-1963, correspondence, 1944-1971, research notes and a scrapbook. Includes material for the Chase and Sanborn Hour.
Contains materials relating to Shane's work in radio, television and motion pictures and includes radio scripts for Big Town, 1939-1940, and the script for the World War II propaganda fiIm "We Refuse to Die" along with a script for the radio adaptation.
Consists mainly of scripts along with budgets, treatments, correspondence, research materials, contracts, outlines and synopses for many of the radio, television and motion pictures written or produced by Niss, plus professional correspondence, two scrapbooks, 94 phonograph records, an audio tape for Twenty-first Precinct, 1954-1955, one phonograph record for Gang Busters, 1954, material related to Charlie Wild, Private Detective and other television and film related material.
Includes two audio tapes of Stone's radio interviews of 10 producers and actors, including Cecil B. De Mille, Ed Wynne and Eddie Cantor, and other papers relating to her acting and producing careers. Stone was a radio personality in the 1940s. The catalog lists the names of the 10 interviewees but not the dates of the interviews.
Contains mainly scripts for radio, television, theater and motion pictures written by Stark along with miscellaneous other materials, 1942-1986. Includes scripts for American School of the Air and Straight Arrow. Stark also wrote for The Lone Ranger and Escape.