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Guide to the Twentieth Century Fox Film Scripts Collection

Collection Overview

Date Span: 1929-1971
Creator: Twentieth Century Fox
Extent: 200.00 linear feet.
Collection Number: MSC0302
Repository: University of Iowa Special Collections
Summary: American film producing and distributing corporation. Materials include motion picture screenplays (both American and foreign) and television scripts. The screenplays range from various dra s to dialogue and cutting continuity scripts. Correspondence and general business agreements.

Access: The company retained permanent title to the materials while agreeing to place them permanently on deposit with Iowa. Other clauses in the agreement were intended to assure that the scripts were used almost exclusively by University students and faculty, and clause 6 specified "No copying, duplication or reproduction of the Film Material shall be permitted without our written consent," while clause 7 read, "Access to the "locked and secured area" in which the Film Material is located will be only by letter or written permit to the Librarian." Toward the end of the year 2000, current officers of the corporation and the Libraries agreed to the following procedures governing access to individual items in the collection: 1. The scripts may be consulted in the Special Collections reading room by members of the University community and others. All readers must complete a Manuscript Reader's Registration Form. 2. To obtain photocopies of or from any script, readers (whether onsite or off) must complete the Libraries' Manuscript Reader's Registration Form and must obtain authorization from the Corporation. The company official currently designated to respond to requests is Tom Kennedy, Vice President for Legal Affairs. (P.O. Box 900, Beverly Hills, CA 90213-0900; phone 310-369-8630; FAX 310-369-4118; email: ). In general, those making inquiry to him will be required to complete and return to the company a Screenplay Loan Agreement. If the Agreement is accepted by the Corporation and the request then approved, the company will in turn authorize the Libraries to produce a photocopy at the reader's expense. These are the only circumstances under which the making of copies is permitted.

Use: Copyright restrictions may apply; please consult Special Collections staff for further information.

Acquisition: This collection was accessioned in 1972, at a time when the New York corporate offices were closing and when corporate storage areas in the New York area were being eliminated. Dr. Richard Dyer MacCann, then Professor of Film in the Division of Television, Radio, and Film, Department of Speech and Dramatic Art at the University of Iowa, persuaded company officials that these materials should be preserved, and worked with Leslie W. Dunlap, Dean of Library Administration, and the company's legal staff to produce an agreement on the conditions under which they could be used.

Preferred Citation: Twentieth Century Fox Film Scripts Collection, The University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, Iowa.

Repository: University of Iowa Special Collections
Address: Special Collections Department
University of Iowa Libraries
Iowa City, IA 52242
Phone: 319-335-5921
Curator: Greg Prickman
Email: lib-spec@uiowa.edu
Website: http://www.lib.uiowa.edu/sc

The Twentieth Century-Fox Film Scripts Collection is housed in approximately 200 linear feet of archivalboxes. The material is divided into three sections: film scripts, files on the Roxy Theater, and a file on the Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation. Nearly 1,500 titles from the years 1929--1971 are represented in the Twentieth Century-Fox Film Scripts collection. Film materials include motion picture screenplays (both American and foreign) and television scripts, including 100 episode scripts of "PeytonPlace" and 40 episode scripts of "The Tammy Grimes Show". The screenplays range from typescript drafts to dialogue and cutting continuity scripts. Many of the continuity scripts, particularly the "Edited Books," are marked in a variety of pencils and inks with notes which suggest they were used in the process of sub-titling prints for overseas distribution. The annotations may prevent clear photocopies being made.
 
In the early days of motion picture production, studios owned their own theater chains. Twentieth Century-Fox owned the Roxy Theater of New York, then the largest theater in the world with a seating capacity of 6,200. Files on the Roxy Theater include: tax assessments from the 1940's, correspondence and general business agreements. Rounding out the collection is a small section of papers on the TwentiethCentury-Fox Film Corporation. These papers contain: annual reports of 1969--1970, an insurance manual for the corporation and general business agreements.
 
Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation is an American film producing and distributing corporation formed by the merger of two companies in the early half of the century. In 1915 William Fox began the Fox Film Corporation; and in 1925 he bought controlling interest in the Roxy Theater of New York, N.Y. Fox Film Corporation merged with Darryl F. Zanuck's Twentieth Century Pictures in 1935 to form the present day Twentieth Century Fox Corporation.

Browse by Series:
Series 1: FILM SCRIPTS
Series 2: THEATRE RECORDS

  • Series 1: FILM SCRIPTS
  • Box 1:
  • A-Haunting We Will Go. Screenplay by Lou Breslow. Original story by Lou Breslow and Stanley Rauh. June 2 - 1942
  • Abductors, The. Screenplay by Ray Wander. Written by Ray Wander. January 15 or May 28 - 1957
  • Abdulla's Harem. Screenplay by George St. George, Boris Ingster, and Fathy Ghanem. From the original story "My Kingdom for a Woman" by Ismet Regeila. March 30 - 1956
  • Abominable Snowman of the Himalayas, The. Screenplay by Nigel Kneale. Based on the play "The Creature" by Nigel Kneale. September 9 - 1957
  • Box 2:
  • Accent on Love. Screenplay by John Larkin. Original story by Dalton Trumbo. June 18 - 1941
  • Adam and Eve. Screenplay by Leo McCarey. Date ?
  • Adorable. Screenplay by Paul Frank and Billie Wilder. May 8 - 1933
  • Adventures of Hajji Baba, The. Screenplay by Richard Collins. Suggested by the novel "The Adventures of Hajji Baba" by James Morier. October 19 - 1954
  • Adventures of Sadie. Screenplay by Noel Langley. May 31 - 1955
  • Box 3:
  • Adventures of a Young Man (Ernest Hemingway's "Adventures of a Young Man"). Screenplay by A.E. Hotchner. Based on stories by Ernest Hemingway. Date ?
  • Advice to the Lovelorn (Miss Lonelyhearts). Screenplay by Leonard Praskins. July 18 - 1933
  • Affair to Remember, An. Screenplay by Delmer Daves and Leo McCarey. Original story by Leo McCarey and Mildred Cram. February 8 - 1957
  • After the Ball. Scenario by H.M. Harwood and John Orton. July - 1932
  • Box 4:
  • After Tomorrow. Scenario by Sonya Levien. Story by John Goldern and Hugh S. Stange. March 13 - 1932
  • Agony and the Ecstasy, The. Screen story and screenplay by Philip Dunne. Based on the novel by Irving Stone. April 25 - 1965
  • Air Patrol. Screenplay by Henry Cross. February 26 - 1962
  • Box 5:
  • Alaska Passage. Screenplay by Edward Berds. December 1 - 1958
  • Alexander's Ragtime Band. Screenplay by Kathryn Scola and Lamar Trotti. Adaptation by Richard Sherman - 1938
  • All Gaul Is Divided. Screenplay by John McGiver. Date ?
  • All Hands On Deck. Screenplay by Jay Sommers. Based on a novel by Donald R. Morris. October 6 - 1960
  • Box 6:
  • All Hands On Deck (continued)
  • All Men Are Enemies. Screenplay by Samuel Hoffenstein and Lenore Coffee. Based on a story by Richard Aldington. April 2 - 1934
  • Alligator People, The. Screenplay by Orville Hampton. Based on a story by Charles O'Neal. June 9 - 1959
  • Along Came A Spider. Screenplay by Barry Oringer. Based on the play "Sweet Poison" by Leonard Lee. December 18 - 1970
  • Always Goodbye. Screenplay by Kate McLaurin. May 12 - 1931
  • Ambush at Cimarron Pass. Screenplay by Richard G. Taylor and John K. Butler. Story by Robert A. Reeds and Robert W. Woods. November 12 - 1957
  • Box 7:
  • American Guerrilla in The Philippines. Screenplay by Lamar Trotti. March 16 - 1950
  • Anastasia. Screenplay by Arthur Laurents. From the play by Marcelle Maurette. As adapted by Guy Bolton. June 7 - 1956
  • Angela. Screenplay by Jonathan Rix and Edoardo Anton. - 1955
  • Box 8:
  • Angelina or The Honor of a Brigadier. Screenplay by Enrique Jardiel Poncela. March 4 - 1935
  • Anna and the King of Siam. Screenplay by Talbot Jennings and Sally Benson. May 23 - 1946
  • Anne of the Indies. Screenplay by Philip Dunne and Arthur Caesar. Based on a story by Herbert Ravenel Sass. November - 1951
  • Anniversary, The. Screenplay by ? February - 1968
  • Box 9:
  • Apache Rifles. Screenplay by Charles B. Smith. Story by Kenneth Gamet and Richard Schayer. August 7 - 1964
  • Apache Warrior. Screenplay by Carroll Young, Kurt Neumann and Eric Norden. Based on a story by Carroll Young and Kurt Neumann. May 27 - 1957
  • Apartment for Peggy. Screenplay by George Seaton. From a story by Faith Baldwin. October 8 - 1948
  • Aphrodite, Goddess of Love. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Box 10:
  • April Love. Screenplay by Winston Miller. Based on a novel by George Agnew Chamberlain. May 21 - 1957
  • Arizona Kid. Screenplay by Ralph Block. April 1 - 1930
  • Arthur Rubenstein--1. Screenplay by Liam O'Brien. - 1949
  • Arthur Rubenstein--2. Screenplay by Liam O'Brien. - 1949
  • Arthur Takes Over. Screenplay by Mauri Grashin. December 1 - 1947
  • As Husbands Go. Screenplay by Sonya Levien and S.N. Behrman. Based on a play by Rachel Crothers. November 11 - 1933
  • Box 11:
  • As the River Rises. Screenplay by Paul Osborn. October 5 - 1959
  • As Young As You Feel. Screenplay by Lamar Trotti. Based on a story by Paddy Chayefsky. December 8 - 1950
  • Atlas Story, The. Screenplay by John L. Chapman. Adapted from "Atlas: The Story of a Missile" by John L. Chapman. August 19 - 1959
  • Atoms Aweigh. Screenplay by David O. Woodbury. Date ?
  • Box 12:
  • B.S. I Love You. Screenplay by Steven Hillard Stern. December 29 - 1970
  • Baboona. Screenplay by Mr. and Mrs. Martin Johnson. - 1935
  • Baby Take a Bow. Screenplay by Philip Klein. Based on the play by James P. Judge. Date ?
  • Babylon By Candlelight. Screenplay by Stuart Bishop. - 1957
  • Bachelor Flat. Screenplay by Frank Tashlin. Based on a play by Bud Grossman. April 12 - 1961
  • Bachelor of Arts. Screenplay by Lamar Trotti. From the story by John Erskine. November 2 - 1934
  • Box 13:
  • Bachelor's Baby, The. Screenplay by Wendell Mayes. June 9 - 1958
  • Bachelor's Baby, The (version 2). Screenplay by Claude Binyon. October 3 - 1960
  • Back Door to Hell. Screenplay by Richard A. Guttman and John H. Hackett. November 11 - 1964
  • Back From the Dead. Screenplay Catherine Turney. Based on her novel "The Other One". June 7 - 1957
  • Box 14:
  • Backlash. Screenplay by Irving Elman. Original story by Irving Elman. April 16 - 1947
  • Bad Girl. Screenplay by Vina del Mar. Based on the novel "Bad Girl" by Nina del Mar. June 1 - 1931
  • Badlands of Montana. Screenplay by Daniel B. Ullman. December 14 - 1965
  • Bait, The. Screenplay by Daniel Fuchs. Story by Marc Behm and Robert Siodmak. December 4 - 1963
  • Box 15:
  • Ballad in Blue. Screenplay by Burton Wohl. Original story by Paul Henreid and Burton Wohl. Date ?
  • Banco a Bangkok. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Bandelero. Screenplay by James Lee Barrett. From a story by Stanley Hough. September 18 - 1967
  • Bangladesh (The Concert for). Screenplay by ? - 1972
  • Box 16:
  • Barbarian and the Geisha, The. Screenplay by Charles Grayson. Story by Ellis St. Joseph. October 23 - 1957
  • Barricade. Screenplay by Granville Walker. November 24 - 1939
  • Batman. Screenplay by Lorenzo Semple, Jr. Based on the characters created by Bob Kane. April 1 - 1966
  • Box 17:
  • Battle of Bloody Beach. Screenplay by Richard Maibaum and Willard Willingham. Story by Richard Maibaum. January 6 - 1961
  • Battle of Austerlitz, The. Screenplay by Abel Gance. February - 1962
  • Battle of Broadway. Screenplay by Lou Breslow and John Patrick. Original story by Norman Houston. April 1 - 1938
  • Battle of Leyte Gulf, The. Screenplay by Edmund H. North. May 10 - 1962
  • Box 18:
  • Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend, The. Screenplay by Preston Sturges. Based on a story by Earl Felton. May 24 - 1949
  • Bedazzled. Screenplay by Peter Cook. From the story by Peter Cook and Dudley Moore. March 28 - 1962
  • Behind Green Tights. Screenplay by W. Scott Darling and Charles G. Booth. January 9 - 1946
  • Behind That Curtain. Screenplay by Earl Derr Biggers. April 12 - 1929
  • Box 19:
  • Bell for Adano, A. Screenplay by Lamar Trotti and Norman Reilly Raine. Based on the novel by John Hersey. June 26 - 1945
  • Belle Starr's Daughter. Screenplay by W.R. Burnett. - 1948
  • Belles on Their Toes. Screenplay by Phoebe and Henry Ephron. Based on the book by Frank B. Gilbreth, Jr. and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey. August 17 - 1951
  • Box 20:
  • Belles on Their Toes (continued)
  • Beloved Infidel. Screenplay by Sy Bartlett. Based on the book by Paul Francis Webster and Franz Waxman. December 17 - 1959
  • Beneath the Planet of the Apes. Screenplay by Paul Dehn and Mort Abraham. Based on characters created by Pierre Boulle. February 26 - 1970
  • Box 21:
  • Beneath the Twelve Mile Reef. Screenplay by A.I. Bezzerides. February 24 - 1953
  • Berlin Correspondence. Screenplay by Steve Fisher and Jack Andrews. July 31 - 1942
  • Bermuda Mystery. Screenplay by W. Scott Darling. From a story by John Larkin. March 17 - 1944
  • Box 22:
  • Bernadine. Screenplay by Theodore Reeves. Based on a play written by Mary Chase. June 13 - 1957
  • Best of Everything, The. Screenplay by Edith Sommer and Mann Rubin. Based on the novel by Rona Jaffe. May 26 - 1959
  • Box 23:
  • Best Things in Life Are Free, The. Screenplay by William Bowers and Phoebe Ephron. Story by John O'Hara. September 24 - 1956
  • Between Heaven and Hell. Screenplay by Harry Brown. Based on a novel by Francis Gwaltney. October 10 - 1956
  • Box 24:
  • Beyond the Valley of the Dolls. Screenplay by Roger Ebert. Story by Roger Ebert and Russ Meyer. July 24 - 1970
  • Bible, The. Screenplay by Christopher Fry. - 1966
  • Box 25:
  • Big Country, Big Man. Screenplay by William Strutton. Based on the novel "Call Me When the Cross Turns Over" by D'Arcy Niland. September 1 - 1965
  • Big Gamble, The. Screenplay by ? February - 1961
  • Big Lift, The. Screenplay by George Seaton. March 24 - 1950
  • Box 26:
  • Big Noise, The. Screenplay by W. Scott Darling. August 3 - 1944
  • Big Party, The. Screenplay by Harlan Thompson. December 12 - 1929
  • Big River, Big Man. Screenplay by Frank S. Nugent? April 18 - 1961
  • Big Show, The. Screenplay by Ted Sherdeman. April 21 - 1961
  • Box 27:
  • Big time, The. Screenplay by Wallace Smith. July 6 - 1920
  • Big Town Girl. Screenplay by Lou Broslow, John Patrick, Robert Ellis and Helen Logan. Based on original stories by Darrel Ware and Frances Whiting Roid. November 12 - 1937
  • Big Trail, The. Screenplay by Hal G. Evarts. April 20 - 1930
  • Bigger Than Life. Screenplay by Cyril Hume and Richard Maibaum. Based on an article in The New Yorker by Berton Roueche. July 26 - 1956
  • Billionaire, The. Screenplay by Norman Krasna. February 20 - 1959
  • Box 28:
  • Bird of Paradise. Screenplay by Delmer Daves. July 14 - 1950
  • Bird, the Bees, and the Italians, The. Screenplay by ? August - 1968
  • Black Beauty. Screenplay by Lillie Hayward and Agnew Christine Johnson. Based on "Black Beauty" by Anna Sewall. April 20 - 1946
  • Black Gold. Screenplay by E. De La Mora and L. Burke. May 22 - 1931
  • Black Prince, The. Screenplay by Daniel B. Ullman. January - 1955
  • Black Rose, The. Screenplay by Talbot Jennings. Based on the novel by Thomas B. Costain. June 28 - 1950
  • Box 29:
  • Black Thirteen. From the original story by Pietro Germi. February 23 - 1955
  • Black Whip, The. Screenplay by Orville Hampton. July 19 - 1956
  • Box 30:
  • Black Widow. Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. Based on a story by Patrick Quentin. April 22 - 1954
  • Blood Arrow. Screenplay by Fred Freiberger. November 19 - 1957
  • Blood and Steel. Screenplay by Joseph C. Gillette. September 24 - 1959
  • Bloodhounds of Broadway. Screenplay by Sy Gomberg. Adaptation by Albert Mannheimer. October 8 - 1952
  • Box 31:
  • Blue Angel. Screenplay by Nigel Balchin. Based on a screenplay by Karl Zuckmayer, Karl Vollmoeller, and Robert Liebmann. From a novel by Heinrich Mann. August 11 - 1959
  • Blue Denim (Blue Jeans). Screenplay by Edith Sommer and Philip Dunne. July 28 - 1959
  • Blue Denim Blues. Screenplay by Sonya Roberts. August 30 - 1961
  • Blue Jeans (Blue Denim). Screenplay by Edith Sommer and Philip Dunne. July 29 - 1959
  • Box 32:
  • Blue Max, The. Screenplay by Gerald Hanley, David Pursall, and Jack Seddon. Based on the novel by Jack Hunter. June 28 - 1965
  • Blue, White and Perfect. Screenplay by Samuel G. Engel. Based on the story by Borden Chase and the character "Michael Shayne" created by Brett Halliday. December 2 - 1941
  • Blueprint for Murder, A. Screenplay by Andrew Stone. February 7 - 1953
  • Box 33:
  • Blueprint for Murder, A. (continued)
  • Bob, Son of Battle. Screenplay by Jerome Cady. Based on the novel by Alfred Ollivant. July 10 - 1947
  • Bobbikins. Screenplay by Oscar Brodney. Date ?
  • Box 34:
  • Body and Soul. Screenplay by ? May 3 - 1931
  • Bohemians, The. Screenplay by Meade Roberts. Suggested by Puccini's "La Boheme". April 21 - 1959
  • Bomber's Moon. Screenplay by Kenneth Gamet and Aubrey Wisberg. Original story by Leonard Lee. June 29 - 1943
  • Bondage. Screenplay by Grace Southcote Leake. March 18 - 1933
  • La Bonne Soupe. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Box 35:
  • Boomerang. Screenplay by Richard Murphy. Based on an article by Anthony Abbot. February 5 - 1947
  • Born Reckless. Screenplay by Donald Henderson Clarke. February 13 - 1930
  • Boston Strangler. Screenplay by Edward Anhalt. Based on the book by Gerold Frank. September 9 - 1968
  • Bottom of the Bottle, The. Screenplay by Sidney Boehm. From the novel by Georges Simenon. January 27 - 1956
  • Box 36:
  • Bottoms Up. Screenplay by David Butler and Sid Silvers. Based on a story by B.G. DeSylva. March 5 - 1934
  • Bowery, The. Screenplay by Howard Esterbrook and James Gleason. Based on the novel by Michael L. Simmons and Bessie Roth Solomon. - 1933
  • Boy Friend, The. Screenplay by Joseph Hoffman and Barry Trivers. Original story by Lester Ziffren and Louis Moore. May 6 - 1939
  • Boy on a Dolphin. Screenplay by Ivan Moffat and Dwight Taylor. From the novel by David Divine. March 19 - 1957
  • Boys of Paul Street, The. Screenplay by Zoltan Fabri and Endre Bohem. Based on a novel with the same title by Ferenc Molnar. June - 1969
  • Box 37:
  • Brasher Doubloon, The. Screenplay by Dorothy Hannah. Adaptation by Leonard Praskins. Based on a novel by Raymond Chandler. February 24 - 1947
  • Brat, The. Screenplay by Ed O'Fearna. June 6 - 1931
  • Bravados, The. Screenplay by Philip Yordan. Based on the novel by Frank O'Rourke. January 23 - 1958
  • Box 38:
  • Three Brave Men. Screenplay by Philip Dunne. August 23 - 1959
  • Break in the Circle. Screenplay by Val Guest. From the novel by Philip Lorraine. - 1957
  • La Bride Sur Le Cou. Screenplay by Roger Vadim and Claude Brule. Date ?
  • Bride Wore Crutches, The. Screenplay by E.E. Verdier. Original story by E. E. Berdier and Alan Drady. May 10 - 1940
  • Broken Arrow. Screenplay by Michael Blankfort. Based on a novel by Elliott Arnold. April 28 - 1950
  • Box 39:
  • Broken Lance. Screenplay by Richard Murphy. January 27 - 1954
  • Broken Land, The. Screenplay by Edward Lasko. April 7 - 1961
  • Brothers of the Flaming Arrow. Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. From the story by Clair Huffaker. April 29 - 1958
  • Box 40:
  • Buffalo Bill. Screenplay by Aeneas MacKenzie, Clements Ripley, and Cecile Kramer. Based on a story by Frank Winch. February 16 - 1944
  • Bungalow 13. Screenplay by Richard G. Hubler and Sam Baerwitz. June 6 - 1948
  • Bus Stop (SP marked "Final," 123p. + additional inserted sheets. Also a CDS Edited Book and a CDS/NA). Screenplay by George Axelrod. February 27 - 1956
  • Box 41:
  • Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Screenplay by William Goldman. July 15 - 1968
  • Box 42:
  • Cabinet of Caligari, The. Screenplay by Robert Bloch. August 18 - 1961
  • Cadet Girl. Screenplay by Stanley Rauh and W.H. Hanemann. Original story by Jack Andrews and Richard English. October 29 - 1941
  • California Street. Screenplay by George Zuckerman. Based on the Literary Guild Novel by Niven Busch. February 29 - 1960
  • Call Her Savage. Screenplay by Tiffany Thayer. September 12 - 1932
  • Call It Luck. Screenplay by Dudley Nichols and Lamar Trotti. Story by Dudley Nichols and George Marshall. May 17 - 1934
  • Box 43:
  • Call Me Madame. Screenplay by Arthur Sheekman. Based on the musical comedy "Call Me Madam." Book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Produced on the stage by Leland Hayward. February 24 - 1953
  • Call Me Mister. Screenplay by Albert E. Lewin and Burt Styler. Suggested by the musical revue by Harold J. Rome and Arnold M. Auerbach. January 26 - 1951
  • Call Me When the Cross Turns Over. Screenplay by D'Arcy Niland. From the novel of the same name by D'Arcy Niland. January 12 - 1965
  • Call Northside 777. Screenplay by Jerome Cady and Jay Dratler. Adaptation by Leonard Hoffman and Quentin Reynolds. Based on articles by James P. McGuire. January 30 - 1948
  • Box 44:
  • Calypso Cruise. Screenplay by ? July 2 - 1954
  • Cameo Kirby. Screenplay by Booth Tarkington. August 27 - 1929
  • Cameo Kirby Series "The Losing Streak". Screenplay by Peter Packer. January 15 - 1958
  • Can-Can. Screenplay by Dorothy Kingsley and Charles Lederer. July 29 - 1959
  • Can This Be Dixie? Screenplay by Lamar Trotti. Based on a story by Lamar Trotti and George Marshall. October 26 - 1936
  • Canadian Pacific. Screenplay by Jack DeWitt and Kenneth Gamet. Original story by Jack DeWitt. January 12 - 1949
  • Canadians, The. Screenplay by Burt Kennedy. February - 1961
  • Canzoni Bulle E Pupe. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Cape Town Affair, The. Screenplay by Harold Medford and Samuel Fuller. From a story by Dwight Taylor. August 15 - 1964
  • Box 45:
  • Caprice. Screenplay by Frank Tashlin. From a story by John Kohn and Martin Hale. April 28 - 1966
  • Captain Eddie. Screenplay by John Tucker Battle. July 3 - 1945
  • Captain from Castille. Screenplay by Lamar Trotti. From the novel by Samuel Shellabarger. December 9 - 1947
  • Captain January. Screenplay by Sam Hellman, Gladys Lehmand and Harry Tugend. Based on a story by Laura E. Richards. - 1936
  • Box 46:
  • Captain Lash. Screenplay by John Stone and Andrew Bennison. August 26 - 1928
  • Captain's Table. Screenplay by John Whiting, Bryan Forbes, and Nicholas Phipps. January 28 - 1959
  • Caravan. Screenplay by Samson Raphaelson and Robert Liebmann. From the novel by Melchier Lengyel. August 10 - 1934
  • Cardboard, City, The. Screenplay by Jose Lopez Rubio and John Reinhardt. Based on a story by Gregorio Martinez Sierra. December 23 - 1933
  • Careful--Soft Shoulder. Screenplay by Oliver H.P. Garrett. August 18 - 1942
  • Careless Lady. Screenplay by Reita Lambert. January 14 - 1932
  • Caribbean Mystery. Screenplay by Jack Andrews and Leonard Praskins. Adapted by W. Scott Darling. From the novel "Murder in Trinidad" by John W. Vandercock. May 12 - 1945
  • Cariboo Trail. Screenplay by Frank Gruber. Story by John Rhodes Sturdy. - 1950
  • Box 47:
  • Carmen Jones. Screenplay by Harry Kleiner. Based on Billy Rose's Broadway production of the musical play, "Carmen Jones". November 16 - 1954
  • Carnival in Costa Rica. Screenplay by John Larken, Samuel Hoffenstein, and Elizabeth Reinhardt. April 4 - 1947
  • Carolina. Screenplay by Reginald Berkeley. Based on the story "The House of Connelly" by Paul Green. January 22 - 1934
  • Carousel. Screenplay by Phoebe and Henry Ephron. July 14 - 1955
  • Case of Dr. Praetorius, The. Screenplay by Curt Goetz. August 29 - 1950
  • Box 48:
  • Cassandra at the Wedding. Screenplay by Mart Crowley. Based on the novel by Dorothy Baker. November 29 - 1930
  • Cattle Empire. Screenplay by Endre Bohem and Eric Norden. Story by Daniel B. Ullman. September 6 - 1957
  • Cavern, The. Screenplay by Michael Pertwee and Jack Davies. January 27 - 1965
  • Celebration. Screenplay by Meade Roberts. Based on "A Loss of Roses" by William Inge. May 11 - 1962
  • Celebration at Big Sur. Screenplay by ? April - 1971
  • Centennial Summer. Screenplay by Michael Kanin. Based on the novel by Albert E. Idell. June 25 - 1946
  • Box 49:
  • Certain Smile, A. Screenplay by Francis Goodrich and Albert Hackett. From the novel by Francoise Sagan. August 4 - 1958
  • Chairman, The. Screenplay by Ben Maddow. From a novel by Jay Richard Kennedy. June - 1969
  • Box 50:
  • Challenge, The. Screenplay by Frank Gruber and Irving Elman. December 10 - 1947
  • Champagne Charlie. Screenplay by Allen Rivkin. April 21 - 1936
  • Change of Heart. Screenplay by Sonya Levien and James Gleason. From the story "Manhattan Love Song" by Kathleen Norris. May 3 - 1934
  • Change of Life. Screenplay by Harry Kurnitz. Based on a play by George Axelrod. May - 1963
  • Chapman Report, The (vol. 1 and 2). Novel manuscript by Irving Wallace. September 10 - 1959
  • Box 51:
  • Charlie Chan at the Olympics. Screenplay by Robert Ellis and Helen Logan. Original story by Paul Burger. Based on the character "Charlie Chan" created by Earl Derr Biggers. April 20 - 1937
  • Charlie Chan at the Opera. Screenplay by Scott Darling and Charles S. Belden. From a story by Bess Meredyth. Based on the character "Charlie Chan" created by Earl Derr Biggers. November 17 - 1936
  • Charlie Chan in Egypt. Screenplay by Robert Ellis and Helen Logan. Based on the character "Charlie Chan" created by Earl Derr Biggers. June 5 - 1935
  • Charlie Chan in Honolulu. Screenplay by Charles Belden. Based on the character "Charlie Chan" created by Earl Derr Biggers. December 27 - 1938
  • Charlie Chan on Broadway. Screenplay by Charles Belden and Jerry Cady. Original story by Art Arthur, Robert Ellis, and Helen Logan. Based on the character "Charlie Chan" created by Earl Derr Biggers. August 26 - 1937
  • Charter Pilot. Screenplay by Stanley Rauh. June 18 - 1940
  • Chasing Through Europe. Screenplay by Andrew Bennison and John Stone. May 11 - 1929
  • Box 52:
  • Che! Screenplay by Michael Wilson and Sy Bartlett. Based on the story by Sy Bartlett and David Karp. April 21 - 1969
  • Cheaper by the Dozen. Screenplay by Lamar Trotti. Based on the novel by Frank B. Gilbreth, Jr. and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey. March 30 - 1950
  • Cheaters at Play. Screenplay by Louise Joseph Vance. January 27 - 1932
  • Checkered Coat, The. Screenplay by John C. Higgins. December 7 - 1947
  • Cheer Up and Smile. Screenplay by Richard Connell. May 14 - 1930
  • Box 53:
  • Chetniks! Screenplay by Jack Andrews and Edward E. Paramore. Original story by Jack Andrews. February 1 - 1943
  • Chicken Every Sunday. Screenplay by George Seaton and Valentine Davies. From the stage play by Julius J. and Philip G. Epstein, and the book by Rosemary Taylor. January 18 - 1949
  • Chicken Wagon Family. Screenplay by Viola Brothers Shore. Based on a novel by Barry Benefield. August 3 - 1939
  • Un Chien Dans Un Jeu De Quilles. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • China Gate. Screenplay by Samuel Fuller. May 15 - 1957
  • Box 54:
  • China Girl. Screenplay by Ben Hecht. Based on a story by Melville Crossman. December 1 - 1942
  • Choice Cuts. Screenplay by James Bridges. April 14 - 1966
  • Christina. Screenplay by Tristram Tupper. June 12 - 1929
  • Christine. Book by Pearl S. Buck and Charles K. Peck, Jr. Date ?
  • Cinemascope Parade. Screenplay by ? October 7 - 1954
  • Circle, The. Screenplay by Carl Leo Gass. October 17 - 1949
  • Box 55:
  • Circle of Deception. Screenplay by Nigel Balchin and Robert Musel. November - 1960
  • Circumstantial Evidence. Screenplay by Robert Metzler. Adaptation by Samuel Ornitz. Based on the story by Nat Ferber and Sam Duncan. February 15 - 1945
  • City of Bad Men. Screenplay by Leo Townsend. November 13 - 1952
  • Claudia. Screenplay by Morrie Ryskind. From the play by Rose Franken. As produced for the stage by John Golden. August 17 - 1943
  • Claudia and David. Screenplay by Rose Franken and William Brown Meloney. Adaptation by Very Caspary. July 30 - 1946
  • Box 56:
  • Cleopatra. Screenplay by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, Ranald MacDougall, and Sidney Buchman. Based on histories by Plutarch, Seutonius, Appian, other ancient sources and "The Life and Times of Cleopatra" by C.M. Franzero. April 24 - 1959
  • Box 57:
  • Cleopatra (continued)
  • Box 58:
  • Cleopatra (continued)
  • Climbing High. Screenplay by Lesser Samuels. July - 1938
  • Cloportes. Screenplay by ? Based on the novel by Alphonse Boudard. Adaptation by Albert Simonin. October - 1965
  • Cluny Brown. Screenplay by Samuel Hoffenstein and Elizabeth Reinhardt. Based on the novel by Margery Sharp. April 13 - 1946
  • Coffin, The. Screenplay by Manus Lars and Magnus Lidgren. July - 1968
  • Colonel Effingham's Raid. Screenplay by Kathryn Scola. Based on the novel by Berry Fleming. September 25 - 1945
  • Colorado Holiday. Screenplay by ? July 20 - 1955
  • Box 59:
  • Colors of the Day, The. Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. Based on the novel by Romain Gary. February 21 - 1958
  • Comancheros, The. Screenplay by James Edward Grant. Based on the novel by Paul I. Wellman. May 3 - 1961
  • Combat. Screenplay by Joseph C. Gillett. December 7 - 1959
  • Box 60:
  • Come to the Stable. Screenplay by Oscar Millard and Sally Benson. From the story by Clare Booth Luce. June 3 - 1949
  • Coming Out Party. Screenplay by Gladys Unger and Jesse Lasky, Jr. From the story by Becky Gardiner and Gladys Unger. February 7 - 1934
  • Compartiment Tuers. Screenplay by ? August 1 - 1930
  • Common Clay. Adaptation by Costa-Gavras. Based on the novel by Sebastien Japrisot. - 1965
  • Compulsion. Screenplay by Richard Murphy. September 24 - 1958
  • Box 61:
  • Condemned of Altona, The. Screenplay by Abby Mann and Francoise Prevost. Date ?
  • Confirm or Deny. Screenplay by Jo Swerling. Based on the story by Henry Wales and Samuel Fuller. November 4 - 1941
  • Connecticut Yankee, A. Screenplay by ? Based on the novel "A Connecticut Yankee" by Mark Twain. October 1 - 1931
  • Convict Stage. Screenplay by Daniel Mainwaring. Based on the story by Donald Barry - 1965
  • Box 62:
  • Copper Sky. Screenplay by Eric Norden. From the story by Robert Stabler. May 17 - 1957
  • Cossacks, The. Screenplay by John Reinhardt and Stuart Anthony. Based on the story by Joaquin Artegas. - 1934
  • Count Five and Die. Screenplay by Jack Seddon and David Pursall - 1957
  • Box 63:
  • Counterfeiters, The. Screenplay by Fred Myton and Barbara Worth. From the original story by Maurice H. Conn. May 6 - 1948
  • Country Beyond, The. Screenplay by Lamar Trotti. Based on the story by James Oliver Curwood. April 1 - 1936
  • Country Chairman, The. Screenplay by Sam Hellman and Gladys Lehman. Based on the play by George Ade. December 18 - 1934
  • Courage of Black Beauty, The. Screenplay by Steve Fisher. Based on Anna Sewell's "Black Beauty" - 1957
  • Cover Me Babe. Screenplay by George Wells. March 17 - 1970
  • Box 64:
  • Cowards Live in Hope. Dialogue by Claude Bernard-Aubert. In collaboration with Jean Rousselot. August 8 - 1961
  • Cowboy Millionaire, The. Screenplay by ? April 24 - 1935
  • Crack in the Mirror. Screenplay by Mark Canfield. Based on the novel by Mercel Haedrich. February - 1960
  • Crackerjack. Screenplay by ? Based on the novel by W.B.N. Ferguson. Date ?
  • Crash Dive. Screenplay by Jo Swerling. Original story by W.R. Burnett. April 28 - 1943
  • Crazy That Way. Screenplay by Vincent Lawrence. February 4 - 1930
  • Box 65:
  • Creeper, The. Screenplay by Maurice Tombragel. From an idea by Don Martin. September 23 - 1948
  • Crimson Key, The. Screenplay by Irving Elman. January 13 - 1947
  • Cross and the Sword, The. Screenplay by Paul Schofield and William Dubois. Based on the story by Miguel de Zarraga. November 9 - 1933
  • Crossed Sabres. Screenplay by James Landis. - 1957
  • Cry of the City. Screenplay by Richard Murphy. From a novel by Henry Edward Helseth. August 4 - 1948
  • Box 66:
  • Cuckoo Patrol, The. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Culpepper Cattle Co., The. Screenplay by Eric Bercovici and Gregory Prentiss. March 28 - 1972
  • Cupid's Chauffer. Translated to Spanish by F. More de la Torre. September 10 - 1930
  • Curse of the Fly. Screenplay by Harry Spalding. March 1 - 1965
  • Curse of the Living Corpse. Screenplay by Del Tenney - 1963
  • D-Day the Sixth of June. Screenplay by Ivan Moffat and Harry Brown. Based on the novel by Lionel Shapiro - 1956
  • Box 67:
  • Daddy Long Legs. Screenplay by Phoebe and Henry Ephron. From the novel by Jean Webster. December 21 - 1931
  • Daisy Kenyon. Screenplay by David Hertz. Based on the novel by Elizabeth Janeway. November 25 - 1947
  • Box 68:
  • Dakota Lil. Screenplay by Maurice Geraghty. Based on the story by Frank Gruber - 1949
  • Dance Hall. Screenplay by Stanley Rauh and Ethel Hill. Based on the novel by W.R. Burnett. June 24 - 1941
  • Dance Team. Screenplay by Sarah Addington. December 23 - 1931
  • Dancers, The. Screenplay by Edwin Burke. From the play "The Dancers" by Sir Gerald Du Maurier and Viola Tree. July 25 - 1930
  • Dancing in the Dark. Screenplay by Mary C. McCall. Adaptation by Marion Turk. Based on the play "The Bandwagon" by George S. Kaufman, Howard Deitz, and Arthur Schwartz. October 28 - 1949
  • Dancing Masters, The. Screenplay by W. Scott Darling. Suggested by a story by George Bricker. November 1 - 1943
  • Box 69:
  • Danger Has Two Faces. Screenplay by Teddi Sherman, Judith and Julian Plowden, Robert C. Dennis, and Judith and Robert Guy Barrows. May 22 - 1967
  • Danger--Love at Work. Screenplay by James Edward Grant and Ben Markson. Based on the story by James Edward Grant. September 28 - 1937
  • Dangerous Crossing. Screenplay by Leo Townsend. Based on the story by John Dickson Carr. January 5 - 1953
  • Dangerous Millions. Screenplay by Irving Cummings, Jr. and Robert G. North. June 17 - 1946
  • Box 70:
  • Dangerous Years. Screenplay by Arnold Belgard. September 29 - 1947
  • Dangerously Yours. Scenario by Horace Jackson. Story by Paul Henry Fox. November 29 - 1932
  • Daniel Boone--Frontier Trail Blazer. Screenplay by D.D. Beauchamp and Jack Guss. Based on the story by D. D. Beauchamp. September - 1966
  • Danse Macabre. Treatment by James Jones. March 30 - 1961
  • Box 71:
  • Daring Young Man, The. Screenplay by William Hurlbut. Story by Claude Binyon and Sidney Skolsky. April 23 - 1946
  • Dark Corner. Screenplay by Jay Dratler and Bernard Schoenfeld. Based on the story by Leo Rosten. April 9 - 1946
  • Dark Valor. Screenplay by James Landis. June 12 - 1957
  • Dark Wave, The. Screenplay by Eugene Vale - 1956
  • David and Bathsheba. Screenplay by Philip Dunne. September 12 - 1950
  • Box 72:
  • David Harum. Screenplay by Walter Woods. Based on the story by Edward Noyes Westcott - 1934
  • Day Called Tomorrow, A. Screenplay by Robert Blees. September 14 - 1954
  • Day Mars Invaded Earth, The. Screenplay by Harry Spaulding. September 21 - 1962
  • Day the Earth Stood Still, The. Screenplay by Edmund H. North. Based on the story by Harry Bates. September 25 - 1951
  • Day the Fish Came Out, The. Screenplay by Michael Cacoyannis - 1967
  • Box 73:
  • Days of Thrills and Laughter. Screenplay by Robert Youngson - 1961
  • Days of Wine and Roses. Screenplay by J.P. Miller. May 15 - 1961
  • Deadfall. Screenplay by Bryan Forbes. Based on the novel by Desmond Cory. January - 1967
  • Deadline for Murder. Screenplay by Irving Cummings, Jr. February 16 - 1946
  • Deadline--USA. Screenplay by Richard Brooks. September 17 - 1951
  • Box 74:
  • Deadly Game, The. Screenplay by Friedrich Duerrenmatt. Adaptation by James Yaffe. Date ?
  • Dear Brigitte. Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson and Hal Kanter. Based on the novel "Erasmus with Freckles" by John Haase. May 6 - 1964
  • Box 75:
  • Decision Before Dawn. Screenplay by Peter Viertel. Based on the novel "Call It Treason" by George Howe. September 15 - 1950
  • Box 76:
  • Decline and Fall of a Birdwatcher. Adapted for screen by Ivan Foxwell. October 6 - 1968
  • Deep Blue Sea, The. Screenplay by Terence Rattigan. December - 1954
  • Deep Waters. Screenplay by Richard Murphy. Based on the novel "Spoonhandle" by Ruth Moore. June 24 - 1948
  • Box 77:
  • Deerslayer, The. Screenplay by Carroll Young and Kurt Neumann. Based on the novel by James Fennimore Cooper. March 18 - 1957
  • Defenders of the Faith. Screenplay by Ian Dalrymple. September - 1959
  • De Luxe Tour. Screenplay by Irwin Shaw. February 9 - 1958
  • Demetrius and the Gladiators. Screenplay by Philip Dunne. Based on characters created by Lloyd C. Douglass in "The Robe" June 12 - 1954
  • Box 78:
  • Deo Gratias. Adaptation by Jean-Pierre Mocky. Based on the novel "Deo Gratias" by Michel Servin. June - 1964
  • Desert Attack. Screenplay by T.J. Morrison and Christopher Landon. Based on the novel by Christopher Landon - 1958
  • Desert Fox: The Story of Rommel, The. Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. Based on the book by Desmond Young. October - 1951
  • Box 79:
  • Desert Hell. Screenplay by Endre Bohem. Based on the story by Charles Marquis Warren. February 24 - 1958
  • Desert Rats, The. Screenplay by Richard Murphy. November 6 - 1952
  • Box 80:
  • Desire in the Dust. Screenplay by Charles Lang. Based on Harry Whittington's novel "Desire in the Dust." September 19 - 1960
  • Desiree. Screenplay by Daniel Taradash. Based on the novel by Annemarie Selinko - 1954
  • Box 81:
  • Desk Set, The. Screenplay by Phoebe and Henry Ephron. January 7 - 1957
  • Desperados are in Town, The. Screenplay by Earle Shell and Kurt Neumann. From the Saturday Evening Post story "The Outlaws Are in Town" by Bennett Foster. June 18 - 1956
  • Box 82:
  • Destination Gobi. Screenplay by Everett Freeman. July 17 - 1952
  • Destination Inner Space. Screenplay by Arthur C. Pierce. February 26 - 1966
  • Destruction Test. Revised "Balchin" script. March 4 - 1957
  • Box 83:
  • Destructors, The. Screenplay by Arthur C. Pierce and Larry E. Jackson. October 31 - 1966
  • Detective, The. Screenplay by Abby Mann. Based on "The Detective", a novel by Roderich Thorp. June 3 - 1968
  • Devil's Harbor. Screenplay by Charles Deane. February 17 - 1955
  • Devil's Lottery. Scenario by Guy Bolton. Story by Nalbro Bartley. January 4 - 1932
  • Devils of Darkness. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Diamond Horseshoe. Screenplay by George Seaton. Suggested by a play produced by Charles L. Wagner. Written by John Kenyon Nicholson. April 9 - 1945
  • Box 84:
  • Diamond Safari. Screenplay by Larry Marcus. September 23 - 1957
  • Diary of a Chambermaid. Adaptation and dialogue by Luis Bunuel and Jean Claude Carriere. Based on the novel by Octave Mirbeau. Date ?
  • Diclic e des Claques. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Diary of Anne Frank, The. Screenplay by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett. From the play by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett. Based on the book "Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl." July 1 - 1959
  • Box 85:
  • Diary of Anne Frank, The (continued)
  • Box 86:
  • Dick Turpin. Based on the novel "Dick Turpin" by Charles Darnton and Charles Kenyon. October 13 - 1932
  • Diplomatic Courier. Screenplay by Casey Robinson and Liam O'Brien. Based on the novel "Sinister Errand" by Peter Cheyney. October 8 - 1951
  • Diplomats, The. Screenplay by A. Caesar and Clark and MacCullough. October 15 - 1929
  • Disenchanted, The. Screenplay by Julius Epstein. Adapted from the novel by Budd Schulberg. October 19 - 1961
  • Dixie Sugar. Screenplay by Lee Loeb and Harold Buchman. Based on the characters created by Joseph P. McEvoy. January 12 - 1943
  • Do It Again. Screenplay by Edmund Hartmann. February 1 - 1961
  • Box 87:
  • Do Not Disturb. Screenplay by Milt Rosen and Richard Breen. From the original play "Some Other Love" by William Fairchild. January 4 - 1965
  • Do You Love Me. Screenplay by Robert Ellis and Helen Logan. Based on the story by Bert Granet. April 24 - 1946
  • Dr. Bull. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Box 88:
  • Dr. Doolittle. Screenplay by Leslie Bricusse. Based on the Doctor Doolittle stories by Hugh Lofting. October - 1967
  • Box 89:
  • Dr. Glas. Screenplay by Mai Zetterling and David Hughes. Based on the novel by Hjalmar Soderberg. August - 1968
  • Dog Eat Dog. Screenplay by Robert Hall and Michael Elkins. Based on the novel by Robert Bloomfield "Where Strangers Meet." January - 1967
  • Dog of Flanders, A. Screenplay by Ted Sherdeman. Based on the novel by Ouida. November 30 - 1959
  • Box 90:
  • Doll Face. Screenplay by Leonard Praskins. Adapted by Harold Buchman. From a play by Louise Hovick. November 17 - 1945
  • Dolly Sisters, The. Screenplay by John Larkin and Marian Spitzer. September 17 - 1954
  • Don Juan Quilligan. Screenplay by Arthur Kober and Frank Gabrielson. From a story by Herbert Clyde Lewis. June 4 - 1945
  • Don't Bet on Women. Screenplay by ? July 9 - 1931
  • Box 91:
  • Don't Bother to Knock. Screenplay by Daniel Taradash. Based on a novel by Charlotte Armstrong. May 23 - 1953
  • Don't Marry. Screenplay by Anthony Coldeway and Hilda Hess. Based on a story by Philip Klein and Sidney Lanfield - 1934
  • Dooley. Screenplay by Robert Anderson. February 21 - 1961
  • Double Cross Roads. Scenario by Howard Estabrook. Story by William Lipman. January 16 - 1930
  • Double Image. Screenplay by Charles W. Dwyer. From a play by Roger MacDougall and Ted Allan. Based on a story by Roy Vickers. December - 1958
  • Box 92:
  • Double Trouble. Screenplay by Jameson Brewer. November 25 - 1960
  • Doubting Thomas. Screenplay by William Conselman. From the play "The Torch Bearers" by George Kelly. Adaptation by Bartlett Cormack. April 26 - 1935
  • Down Among the Sheltering Palms. Screenplay by Charles Binyon, Albert E. Lewin, and Burt Styler. Based on the story by Edward Hope. January 16 - 1951
  • Down Argentine Way. Screenplay by Darrell Ware and Karl Tunberg. Story by Rian James and Ralph Spence. September 25 - 1940
  • Box 93:
  • Down Payment. Screenplay by Philip Yordan. From the novel by John McPartland. April 2 - 1957
  • Down to the Sea in Ships. Screenplay by John Lee Mahin and Sy Bartlett. From a story by Sy Bartlett. March 22 - 1949
  • Dracula--Prince of Darkness. Screenplay by John Sansom. From an idea by John Elder. Based on the characters created by Bram Stoker. September - 1965
  • Box 94:
  • Dragon Tree, The. Screenplay by Nigel Balchin. July 11 - 1960
  • Dreamboat. Screenplay by Claude Binyon. Based on the story by John P. Weaver. July 23 - 1952
  • Dream Napping. Screenplay by Eli Bauer and Al Kouzel. November 26 - 1965
  • Dressed to Kill. Screenplay by Stanley Rauh and Manning O'Connor. Based on the novel by Richard Burke and the character "Michael Shayne" created by Brett Halliday. July 10 - 1941
  • Dressed to Thrill. Screenplay by Samson Raphaelson. Adapted from the play "La Couturiere de Luneville" by Alfred Savoir. July 20 - 1935
  • Box 95:
  • Drink to Me Only. Screenplay by Abram S. Ginnes and Ira Wallack. May 25 - 1962
  • Du Rififi a' Paname. Screenplay by ? Date?
  • Duchess and the Smugs, The. Screenplay by Beatriz Guido, Leopold Torre-Nilsson, and Paul M. Heller. April 23 - 1965
  • Dude Rancher, The. Screenplay by Barry Barringer. From the novel by Zane Grey. September 21 - 1934
  • Earth Dies Screaming, The. Screenplay by Henry Cross. July - 1964
  • Earthbound. Screenplay by Samuel G. Engle. December 28 - 1939
  • Box 96:
  • Earthbound (continued)
  • East Lynne. Adaptation by Bradley King and Tom Barry. Based on the novel "East Lynne" by Mrs. Henry Wood. August 10 - 1931
  • Box 97:
  • Educating Father. Screenplay by Katharine Kavanaugh, Edward T. Lowe, and John Patrick. May 25 - 1936
  • Egyptian, The. Screenplay by Philip Dunne and Casey Robinson. Based on the novel by Mika Waltari. February 16 - 1954
  • Elinor North. Screenplay by Rose Franken and Philip Klein. Based on a story by Mary Roberts Rinehart. October 5 - 1934
  • Elopement. Screenplay by Bess Taffel. January - 1952
  • Box 98:
  • Elvira Madigan. Screenplay by ? December - 1968
  • Enemy Below, The. Screenplay by Wendell Mayes. Based on a novel by Commander D.A. Rayner - 1957
  • Enemy Within, The. Screenplay by Budd Schulberg. Based on the novel by Robert F. Kennedy. April 16 - 1962
  • Epitaph for an Enemy. Screenplay by ?. Based on the novel "Epitaph for an Enemy" by George Barr. August 27 - 1964
  • Box 99:
  • Epitaph for an Enemy (continued)
  • Escape. Screenplay by Philip Dunne. June 3 - 1948
  • Escape from Red Rock. Screenplay by Edward Bernds. October 30 - 1957
  • Box 100:
  • Escape from the Planet of the Apes. Screenplay by Paul Dehn. Based on characters created by Pierre Boulle. October 28 - 1970
  • Esther and the King. Screenplay by Raoul Walsh and Michael Elkins. June 13 - 1960
  • Eve of St. Mark, The. Screenplay by George Seaton. May 23 - 1944
  • Ever Since Eve. Screenplay by Henry Johnson. Based on the story "Heir to Hoorah" by Paul Armstrong. February 9 - 1934
  • Every Saturday Night. Screenplay by Edward Eliscu. Based on the play by Katharine Kavanaugh. January 24 - 1936
  • Box 101:
  • Everybody Does It. Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. Based on the story by James M. Cain. January 21 - 1949
  • Everybody's Old Man. Screenplay by Patterson MacNutt and A.E. Thomas. Suggested by the story by Edgar Franklin. March 7 - 1936
  • Everything Happens at Night. Screenplay by Art Arthur and Robert Harari. December 12 - 1939
  • Evidence. Spanish version by F.M. de la Torre. October 28 - 1930
  • Evil Come, Evil Go. Screenplay by Rod Serling. May 31 - 1966
  • Eyes of Annie Jones, The. Screenplay by Louis Vittes. From a story by Henry Slesar. September 6 - 1963
  • Box 102:
  • F as in Flint. Screenplay by Hal Fimberg. March 22 - 1966
  • F.P. One. Screenplay by ? June 29 - 1933
  • Fabulous Las Vegas. Narration written by Stephen White. September 14 - 1954
  • Face in the Sky, The. Scenario by Humphrey Pearson. Story by Miles Connolly. November 7 - 1932
  • Fair Warning. Scenario by Ernest Pascal. Story by Max Brand. July 23 - 1930
  • Faites Sauter le Banque. Scenario and adaptation by Jacques Vilfrid and Jean Girault. Story by Louis Sapin and Jean Valmont. Date ?
  • Fall of a Titan, The. Screenplay by Igor Gouzenko - 1955
  • Fallen Angel. Screenplay by Harry Kleiner. Based on the novel by Marty Holland October 17 - 1945
  • Box 103:
  • Fallen Angel (continued)
  • Family Doctor. Screenplay by ? Adapted from the novel "The Deeds of Dr. Deadcert" by Joan Fleming. Date ?
  • Fan, The. Screenplay by Walter Reisch and Dorothy Parker and Rose Evans. Based on Oscar Wilde's "Lady Windemere's Fan." June 25 - 1948
  • Box 104:
  • Fantastic Voyage. Screenplay by Harry Kleiner. Adaptation by David Duncan. Based on the story by Otto Klement and Jay Lewis Bixby. July 8 - 1966
  • Box 105:
  • Fantomas Anglais. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Farewell to Arms, A. Screenplay by Ben Hecht. From the novel by Ernest Hemingway and the play by Lawrence Stallings. January 10 - 1958
  • Farewell to Yesterday. Screenplay by Joseph Kenas - 1950
  • Farmer Takes a Wife, The. Screenplay by Walter Bullock, Sally Benson, and Joseph Fields. From the stage play by Frank B. Elser and Marc Connelly. Based on the novel "Rome Haul" by Walter D. Edmonds. June 15 - 1935
  • Box 106:
  • Farmer Takes a Wife, The. (continued)
  • Fast Life, The. Screenplay by Peter Achilles. From a story by Peter Achilles and Nel King. November - 1962
  • Fate is the Hunter. Screenplay by Harold Medford. Based on the novel by Earnest K. Gann. July 8 - 1964
  • Fate of Paul Perreau, The. Screenplay by Tom Cannan, Jr. and Randall Hood. From an original account by Hannah Firoved. February 19 - 1962
  • Box 107:
  • Father Was a Fullback. Screenplay by Aleen Leslie, Carey Robinson, Mary Loos, and Richard Sale. Suggested by a play by Clifford Goldsmith. September 2 - 1949
  • Fathom. Screenplay by Lorenzo Semple, Jr. September 1 - 1966
  • Fazil. Dialogue taken from the screen by D. Torres and L. Burke. Date ?
  • Fiend Who Walked the West, The. Screenplay by Harry Brown and Philip Yordan. Based on a screen play by Ben Hecht and Charles Lederer. From a story by Eleazar Lipsky. August 11 - 1958
  • Box 108:
  • Fiercest Heart, The. Screenplay by Edmund H. North. Based on a novel by Stuart Cleote. September 16 - 1960
  • Fighting Back. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Fighting Lady, The. Narration by John Stuart Martin and Eugene Ling. September 27 - 1944
  • Fighting Men of the Plains, The. Screenplay by Frank Gruber. From his novel "Fighting Man." August 23 - 1949
  • Box 109:
  • Fireball. Screenplay by Horace McCoy. Story by Tay Garnett and Horace McCoy. January 9 - 1950
  • Firebrand, The. Screenplay by Harry Spalding. July 26 - 1962
  • Box 110:
  • Five Fingers. Screenplay by Michael Wilson. From the novel by L.C. Moyzisch, former military attache at the German Embassy at Ankara, Turkey. January 26 - 1952
  • Five Gates to Hell. Screenplay by James Clavell. December 7 - 1959
  • Five of a Kind. Screenplay by Lou Breslow and John Patrick. March 31 - 1938
  • Box 111:
  • Five Weeks in a Balloon. Screenplay by Charles Bennett, Irwin Allen, and Albert Gall. By the novel by Jules Verne. February 21 - 1962
  • Fixed Bayonets. Screenplay by Samuel Fuller. Suggested by a novel by John Brophy. July 16 - 1951
  • Box 112:
  • Flame of the Forest. Screenplay by Simon Winchelberg (English version). From a screen play by Enakshi Bhavnani and Ragendra bedim Singh. May 17 - 1956
  • Flaming Frontier. Screenplay by Louis Steven. January 15 - 1958
  • Flaming Star. Screenplay by Clair Huffaker and Nunnally Johnson. Based on a novel by Clair Huffaker. July 20 - 1960
  • Box 113:
  • Flamingo. Screenplay by ? April 24 - 1947
  • Flea in Her Ear, A. Screenplay by John Mortimer. Based on John Mortimer's English stage adaptation of George Feydeau's original play "La Puce a l'Oreille." April 4 - 1968
  • Flight of the Phoenix, The. Screenplay by Lukas Heller. From a novel by Elleston Trevor. November 5 - 1965
  • Box 114:
  • Flight of the Phoenix, The (continued)
  • Flim-Flam Man, The. Screenplay by William Rose. Based on the novel by Guy Owen. April 13 - 1967
  • Box 115:
  • Fly, The. Screenplay by James Clavell. Based on a story by George Langelaan. February 27 - 1958
  • Flying Hustler, The. Original Treatment by Beirne Lay, Jr. February 24 - 1958
  • Follow the Sun. Screenplay by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan. Based on an article published in "The Reader's Digest" by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan. March 14 - 1951
  • Box 116:
  • Footlight Serenade. Screenplay by Robert Ellis, Helen Logan, and Lynn Starling. Based on a story by Fidel Labara and Kenneth Early. July 17 - 1942
  • Footprint on the Moon. Narration written by Robert S. Scott. September 9 - 1969
  • For Beauty's Sake. Screenplay by Wanda Tuchock, Ethel Hill, and Walter Bullock. Based on a story by Clarence Budington Kelland. October 1 - 1940
  • For Heaven's Sake. Screenplay by George Seaton. Based on a play by Harry Segal. October 6 - 1950
  • Box 117:
  • For the Love of Mike. Screenplay by D.D. Beauchamp. June 17 - 1960
  • Forbidden Melody. Adapted to the screen by Paul Perez and Enrique Jardiel Poncela - 1933
  • Forbidden Street, The. Screenplay by Ring Lardner, Jr. Based on the novel "Britannia Mews" by Margery Sharp. April 27 - 1949
  • Forever Amber. Adaptation by Jerome Cady. From the novel by Kathleen Winsor. October 15 - 1947
  • Fort Courageous. Screenplay by Richard Landau. January 26 - 1965
  • Box 118:
  • Four Jills in a Jeep. Screenplay by Robert Ellis and Helen Logan and Snag Werris. Story by Froma Sand and Fred Niblo, Jr. Based on the actual experiences of Kay Francis, Carole Landis, Martha Raye and Mitzi Mayfair. March 10 - 1944
  • Four Clowns. Screenplay by Robert Youngson - 1969
  • Four Sons. Screenplay by John Howard Lawson. February 19 - 1940
  • Fourteen Hours. Screenplay by John Paxton. From a story by Joel Sayre. December 8 - 1950
  • Box 119:
  • Forty Guns. Screenplay by Samuel Fuller. February 25 - 1957
  • Fraulein. Screenplay by Leo Townsend. Based on a novel by James McGovern. March 18 - 1958
  • Francis of Assisi. Screenplay by Eugene Vale, James Forsyth, and Jack Thomas. Based on a novel by Louis de Wohl. - 1961
  • Box 120:
  • Frankenstein Created Woman. Screenplay by John Elder. February 6 - 1967
  • Freckles. Screenplay by Harry Spalding. Based on the novel by Gene Stratton-Porter. October - 1960
  • Free, Blonde and 21. Screenplay by Frances Hyland. February 27 - 1940
  • French Connection. Screenplay by Ernest Tidyman. Based on a novel by Philip D'Antoni. November - 1971
  • Box 121:
  • Frenzy of Peace and quiet. Screenplay by John D. Hess. - 1958
  • Friendship. Screenplay by ?. July 31 - 1930
  • Frogmen, The. Screenplay by John Tucker Battle. Story by Oscar Millard. July - 1951
  • From Hell to Texas. Screenplay by Robert Buckner and Wendell Mayes. Based on a novel by Charles O. Locke. March 31 - 1958
  • Box 122:
  • From the Terrace. Screenplay by Ernest Lehman. November 23 - 1959
  • Frontier Gambler. Screenplay by Orville Hampton - 1956
  • Box 123:
  • Frontier Gun. Screenplay by Stephen Kandel. May 19 - 1958
  • Frozen Justice. Scenario by Sonya Levein. Story by Owen Davis. Based on the novel by Ejnar Mikkelsen. August 26 - 1929
  • Fuga, La. Screenplay by Sergio Amidei. From an idea by Paolo Spinola and Carla Conti. Date ?
  • Box 124:
  • Fury at Bahia. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Fury at Furnace Creek. Screenplay by Charles G. Booth. Suggested by a story by David Garth. April 13 - 1948
  • Gambler from Natchez, The. Screenplay by Gerald Drayson Adams and Irving Wallace. From a story by Gerald Drayson Adams. November 10 - 1954
  • Game for Lovers, A. Adapted by William Murray. Date ?
  • Box 125:
  • Games, The. Screenplay by Erich Segal. From the novel by Hugh Atkinson. February 14 - 1970
  • Gang Way. Screenplay by Louis Vittes. Based on the novel "The Hoods Take Over" by Ovid Demaris. February 27 - 1958
  • Garden of Evil. Screenplay by Frank Fenton. From a story by Freiberger and William Turnberg. July 9 - 1954
  • Box 126:
  • Gay Caballero, The. Scenario by Philip Klein and Barry Conners. Story by Tom Gill. January 20 - 1932
  • Gay Deception, The. Screenplay by Stephen Avery and Don Hartman. August 21 - 1935
  • Gay Intruders, The. Screenplay by Francis Swann. Story by Ray McCarey and Francis Swann. February 26 - 1948
  • Gentle Julia. Screenplay by Lamar Trotti. Based on the novel by Booth Tarkington. January 11 - 1936
  • Gentleman at Heart. Screenplay by Lee Loeb and Harold Buchman. Based on the story "Masterpiece" by Paul Hervey Fox. January 6 - 1942
  • Gentleman's Agreement. Screenplay by Moss Hart. November 14 - 1947
  • Box 127:
  • Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. Screenplay by Charles Lederer. Based on a musical comedy by Joseph Fields and Anita Loos. June 10 - 1953
  • Ghost Diver. Screenplay by Richard Einfeld and Merrill G. White. October 22 - 1957
  • Ghost Talks, The. Screenplay by Lew Seiler and Frederick Brennan. Author Max Marcin and Edward Hammond. September 6 - 1928
  • Box 128:
  • Gift of Love, The. Screenplay by Luther Davis. Based on the story by Nelia Gardner White - 1958
  • Gigot. Screenplay by John Patrick. Based on the screenplay by Jackie Gleason - 1962
  • Ginger. Screenplay by Arthur Kober. May 28 - 1935
  • Girl Can't Help It, The. Screenplay by Frank Tashlin and Herbert Baker. December 27 - 1956
  • Box 129:
  • Girl From Avenue A, The. Screenplay by Frances Hyland. Based on the play "The Brat" by Maude Fulton. July 29 - 1940
  • Girl from Havana, The. Scenario by Edwin H. Burke. Story by John Stone. April 26 - 1929
  • Girl in the News, The. Screenplay by Sidney Gilliat. From the novel by Roy Vickers - 1940
  • Girl in the Red Velvet Swing, The. Screenplay by Walter Reisch and Charles Brackett. May 13 - 1955
  • Girl in 313, The. Screenplay by Barry Trivers and Clay Adams. Original story by Hilda Stone. April 25 - 1940
  • Box 130:
  • Girl Next Door, The. Screenplay by Isobel Lennart. Based on a story by L. Bush-Fekete and Mary Helen Fay. March 4 - 1953
  • Girl on the Bridge, The. Screenplay by Hugo Haas and Arnold Phillips. December 12 - 1951
  • Girl Trouble. Screenplay by Ladislas Fodor and Robert Riley Crutcher. Original story by Ladislas Fodor, Vicki Baum, and Guy Trosper. September 16 - 1942
  • Box 131:
  • Girl's Dormitory. Screenplay by Gene Markey. From a play by Ladislaus Fodor. July 23 - 1936
  • Give My Regards to Broadway. Screenplay by Samuel Hoffenstein and Elizabeth Reinhardt. Based on a story by John Klempner. June 18 - 1948
  • Glory Brigade, The. Screenplay by Franklin Coen. September 2 - 1952
  • Box 132:
  • God Is My Partner. Screenplay by Charles Francis Royal. May 16 - 1957
  • Gods of the Road. Narration by Plato Skouras. January 18 - 1956
  • Golden Calf, The. Scenario by Marion Orth and Millarde Webb. December 23 - 1929
  • Golden Age of Comedy, The. Screenplay by ? September - 1959
  • Golden Girl. Screenplay by Walter Bullock, Charles O'Neal, Gladys Lehman. From a story by Albert and Arthur Lewis and Edward Thompson. December - 1951
  • Box 133:
  • Golden Hoofs. Screenplay by Ben Grauman Kohn. Original story by Roy Chanslor and Thomas Logan. February 18 - 1941
  • Golden Link, The. Screenplay by Allan MacKinnon - 1954
  • Golden West, The. Scenario by Gordon Rigby. Based on a story by Zane Grey. September 24 - 1932
  • Good Companions, The. Screenplay by ? August 25 - 1933
  • Good Intentions. Scenario by George Manker Watts. Story by William K. Howard. March 29 - 1930
  • Good Morning, Miss Dove. Screenplay by Eleanore Griffin. From the novel by Frances Gray Patton - 1955
  • Box 134:
  • Goodbye Charlie. Screenplay by Harry Kurnitz. Based on the play by George Axelrod. Produced on the stage by Leland Hayward. October 9 - 1964
  • Gorilla at Large. Screenplay by Leonard Praskins and Barney Slater. April 14 - 1954
  • Box 135:
  • Gorilles, Les. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Goya. Screenplay by Albert Lewin. From the adaptation by Talbot Jennings. September 25 - 1957
  • Grand Canary. Screenplay by Ernest Pascal. Taken from the novel by A.J. Cronin. June 23 - 1934
  • Grand Meaulnes, Le. Screenplay by ? - 1967
  • Grands Chemins, Les. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Great Commandment, The. Screenplay by Dana Burnet. January 10 - 1941
  • Great White Hope, The. Screenplay by Howard Sacklar. September 14 - 1970
  • Box 136:
  • Greatest Raid of All, The. Screenplay by John Collier. February 28 - 1962
  • Greatest Story Ever Told. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Greco, El. Screenplay by Guy Elmes. October 11 - 1965
  • Green Grass of Wyoming. Screenplay by Martin Berkeley. Based on the novel by Mary O'Hara. May 20 - 1948
  • Box 137:
  • Greenwich Village. Screenplay by Earl Baldwin and Walter Bullock. Adaptation by Michael Fessier and Ernest S. Pagano. Suggested by a story by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan. August 21 - 1944
  • Grenadiers of Love. Screenplay by John Reinhardt and Jose Lopez Rubio. Based on a story by William Kernell and John Reinhardt. March 16 - 1934
  • Guerilla Girl. Screenplay by John Byrne and Ben Parker - 1953
  • Guest, The. Screenplay by Eugene Ling. November - 1951
  • Guide for the Married Man, A. Screenplay by Frank Tarloff. Based on the book by Frank Tarloff. February 23 - 1967
  • Gunfighter, The. Screenplay by William Bowers and William Sellers. Based on a story by William Bowers and Andre de Toth. April 11 - 1950
  • Box 138:
  • Guns at Batasi. Screenplay by Robert Holles. Based on his novel "The Siege of Battersea." Original adaptation by Leo Marks and Marshall Pugh. July 17 - 1964
  • Guy Who Came Back, The. Screenplay by Allan Scott. Based on a story in the "Saturday Evening Post" by William Fay. May 26 - 1951
  • Box 139:
  • Hardi Paraillan. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Half Angel. Screenplay by Robert Riskin. Based on a story by George Carlton Brown. April - 1951
  • Half Past Midnight. Screenplay by Arnold Belgard. April 30 - 1948
  • Box 140:
  • Halls of Montezuma. Screenplay by Michael Blankfort. December 18 - 1950
  • Hand of Death. Screenplay by Eugene Ling - 1961
  • Hand of Mary Constable, The. Screenplay by Richard Murphy. October 1 - 1964
  • Handy Andy. Adaptation by Kubec Glasman. From the story "Merry Andrew" by Lewis Beach. May 2 - 1934
  • Happy Days. Screenplay by Edwin Burk, Sydney Lanfield. December 17 - 1929
  • Box 141:
  • Happy Land. Screenplay by Kathryn Scola and Julien Josephson. From the novel by MacKinlay Kantor. December 13 - 1934
  • Harbor Lights. Screenplay by Henry Cross. June 28 - 1963
  • Hard Contract. Screenplay by S. Lee Pogostin. April 7 - 1969
  • Box 142:
  • Hard Rock Harrigan. Screenplay by Raymond L. Schrock and Dan Jarrett. Story by Charles Furthman. July 1 - 1935
  • Harmony at Home. Scenario by Edwin Burke and Elliott Lester. Story by Harry Delf. November 2 - 1929
  • Harry Black and the Tiger. Screenplay by Sydney Boehm. Based on the book by David Walker. September 2 - 1958
  • Hatful of Rain, A. Screenplay by Michael Vincent Gazzo and Alfred Hayes. Based on the play by Michael Vincent Gazzo. Produced on the stage by Jay Julien. May 16 - 1957
  • Box 143:
  • Hatful of Rain, A. (continued)
  • He Hired the Boss. Screenplay by Ben Markson and Irving Cummings, Jr. Based on the story by Peter B. Kyne. December 23 - 1942
  • He Married His Wife. Screenplay by Sam Hellman, Darrell Ware, Lynn Starling, and John O'Hara. Original story by Erna Lazarus and Scott Darling. December 29 - 1939
  • Heartbreak. Scenario by William Conselman. Story by Llewellyn Hughes. August 6 - 1931
  • Hearts in Dixie. Scenario by Paul Sloane and A.H. Van Buren. From the story by Walker Weems. November - 1928
  • Box 144:
  • Heaven Can Wait. Screenplay by Samson Raphaelson. Based on the play "Birthday" by Laslie Bush-Fekete. July 7 - 1943
  • Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison. Screenplay by John Lee Mahin and John Huston. Based on a novel by Charles Shaw. March - 1957
  • Heidi. Screenplay by Walter Ferris and Julien Josephson. October 6 - 1937
  • Box 145:
  • Hell and High Water. Screenplay by Jess L. Lasky, Jr. and Samuel Fuller. Based on a story by Charles O. Locke. February 19 - 1954
  • Hell-Bent Kid, The. Screenplay by Charles O. Locke and Robert Buckner. From the novel by Charles O. Locke. September 23 - 1957
  • Hell in the Heavens. Screenplay by Byron Morgan and Ted Parsons. Based on the story by Hermann Rossmann. October 20 - 1934
  • Box 146:
  • Hell on Devil's Island. Screenplay by Stephen Ritch. Based on an unpublished story by Arndt and Ethel Guisti. May 20 - 1957
  • Hell Raisers. Screenplay by Barre Lyndon. January 29 - 1959
  • Box 147:
  • Hello Dolly. Screenplay by Ernest Lehman. Based on the stage play "Hello Dolly"; produced on the New York stage by David Merrick. Book of stage play by Michael Stewart. Based on "The Matchmaker" by Thornton Wilder. August - 1969
  • Hellstrom Chronicle. Screenplay by ? July - 1971
  • Box 148:
  • Hemingway's Adventures of a Young Man. Screenplay by A.E. Hotchner. Based on stories by Ernest Hemingway. May 24 - 1962
  • Here Comes the Jets. Screenplay by Louis Vittes. May 15 - 1959
  • Here Comes Trouble. Screenplay by Robert Ellis, Helen Logan, Barry Trivers. Based on the original story by John Bright and Robert Trasker. January 29 - 1936
  • Here I Am a Stranger. Screenplay by Milton Sperling and Sam Hellman. Based on the story by Gordon Malherbe Hillman. September 19 - 1939
  • Here's to Romance. Screenplay by Ernest Pascal and Arthur Richman. Original story by Ernest Pascal and Sonya Levien. September 4 - 1935
  • Hey, Hey, U.S.A. Scenario by J.O.C. Orton, Val Guest and Marriot Edgar. Based on the story by Jack Swain. - 1938
  • Box 149:
  • High-Powered Rifle. Screenplay by Joseph Fritz. Story by Thomas Geary. April 22 - 1960
  • High School. Screenplay by Jack Jugmeyer, Edith Skouras and Harold Tarshis. Based on an idea by Robert Ellis and Helen Logan. October 27 - 1939
  • High Society Blues. Scenario by Howard J. Green. Story by Dana Burnet. March 3 - 1930
  • High Time. Screenplay by Tom Waldman and Frank Waldman. Based on the story by Garson Kanin. September 16 - 1960
  • Box 150:
  • High Wind in Jamaica, A. Screenplay by Stanley Mann, Ronald Harwood, Dennis Cannan. From the novel by Richard Hughes. April 12 - 1965
  • Hilda Crane. Screenplay by Philip Dunne. Based on the play presented on the stage by Arthur Schwartz. From the play by Samson Raphaelson. April 18 - 1956
  • Box 151:
  • Hold Me Tight. Screenplay by Gladys Lehman. Story by Gertrude Rigdon. May 15 - 1933
  • Hold That Girl. Screenplay by Dudley Nichols and Lamar Trotti. Story by Dudley Nichols and Lamar Trotti. January 8 - 1934
  • Holiday for Lovers. Screenplay by Luther Davis. Based on the play by Ronald Alexander. June 24 - 1959
  • Hollywood. Screenplay by Joseph H. Eaton - 1970
  • Holy Matrimony. Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. From the novel by Arnold Bennett. August 10 - 1943
  • Box 152:
  • Holy Terror, The. Scenario by Alfred A. Cohn. Story by Max Brand. June 22 - 1931
  • Hombre. Screenplay by Irving Ravetch and Harriet Frank, Jr. From the novel by Elmore Leonard. January 23 - 1967
  • Home in Indiana. Screenplay by Winston Miller. Based on the Saturday Evening Post story "The Phantom Filly" by George Agnew Chamberlain. May 9 - 1944
  • Box 153:
  • Home Sweet Homicide (CDS/mimeograph/157p). Screenplay by F. Hugh Herbert. Based on the novel by Craig Rice. July 19 - 1946
  • Home Stretch, The. (CDS/mimeograph/191p + second copy marked "Spotted List'/A). Screenplay by Wanda Tuchock. May 6 - 1947
  • Honeymoon's Over, The. (CDS/mimeograph/147p). Screenplay by Hamilton McFadden, Clay Adams, and Leonard Hoffman. Based on the play "Six Cylinder Love" by William Anthony McGuire. October - 1939
  • Horror of it All, The. (CDS marked "Release Script," two copies, one lightly annotated, 95p). Screenplay by Ray Russell. February - 1964
  • Box 154:
  • Horror of Party Beach, The. Screenplay by Richard Hilliard - 1963
  • Hot For Paris. Scenario by William K. Wells. Story by Raoul Walsh. Adaptation by Charles McGuirk. November 2 - 1929
  • Hot Rock, The. Screenplay by William Goldman. From the Novel by Donald E. Westlake. January 17 - 1972
  • Hound-Dog Man. Screenplay by Winston Miller and Fred Gipson. Based on the novel by Fred Gipson. April 28 - 1959
  • Box 155:
  • House of Bamboo. Screenplay by Harry Kleiner. Additional dialogue by Samuel Fuller. July 1 - 1955
  • House of Blackmail. Screenplay by Allan MacKinnon. Date ?
  • House of Strangers. Screenplay by Philip Yordan. Based on the novel by Jerome Weidman. June 9 - 1949
  • House of the Damned. Screenplay by Harry Spalding - 1963
  • Box 156:
  • House on Telegraph Hill, The. Screenplay by Elick Moll and Frank Partos. Based on the novel by Dana Lyon. February 2 - 1951
  • House Party. Screenplay by ? March 9 - 1965
  • How to Be Very, Very Popular. Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. Based on a play by Howard Linday. From the novel by Edward Hope and a play by Lyford Moore and Harlan Thompson. July 20 - 1955
  • Box 157:
  • How to Commit Marriage. Screenplay by Ben Starr and Michael Kanin. April 28 - 1969
  • How to Marry a Millionaire. Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. Based on plays by Zoe Akins, Dale Eunson and Katherine Albert. October 26 - 1953
  • How to Steal a Million. Screenplay by Harry Kurnitz. Based on the story by George Bradshaw. June 14 - 1966
  • Box 158:
  • Human Cargo. Screenplay by Jefferson Parker and Doris Malloy. Based on the novel "I Will Be Faithful" by Kathleen Shepard. April 16 - 1936
  • Humanity. Scenario by Bradley King. Story by Harry Fried. February 11 - 1933
  • Hunchback, The. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Hundred Ways to Die, A. Screenplay by Roger O. Hirson and Ron Winston. March 14 - 1963
  • Hunters, The. Screenplay by Wendell Mayes. Based on the novel by James Salter. August 25 - 1958
  • Box 159:
  • Hunters, The (continued)
  • Hush…Hush, Sweet Charlotte. Screenplay by Henry Farrell and Lukas Heller. From a story by Henry Farrell. May 11 - 1964
  • Hustler, The. Screenplay by Sydney Carroll and Robert Rossen. Based on the novel by Walter S. Tevis. September 26 - 1961
  • Box 160:
  • I Believed in You. Screenplay by William Conselman. From an idea by William Anthony McGuire. November 28 - 1933
  • I Can Get it for You Wholesale. Screenplay by Abraham Polosky. Adaptation by Vera Casparay. From the novel by Jerome Weidman. March 19 - 1951
  • I Cheated the Law. Screenplay by Richard G. Hubler. Story by Sam Baerwitz. March 4 - 1949
  • Box 161:
  • I Deal in Danger. Screenplay by Larry Cohen. June 30 - 1966
  • I Don't Care Girl, The. Screenplay by Walter Bullock. December 8 - 1952
  • I Live in Grosvenor Square. Screen treatment by Monkon Hoffe. A Diary compiled by Maurice Cowan. September 28 - 1945
  • I Love You Madly Screenplay by Jose Lopez Rubio and Paul Perez. Based on the story by Enrique Garcia Velloso. May 10 - 1935
  • Box 162:
  • I Loved You Wednesday. Screenplay by ? June 2 - 1933
  • I, Mobster. Screenplay by Steve Fisher. From the novel "I, Mobster" by Joseph Hilton Smyth - 1958
  • I Was a Male War Bride. Screenplay by Charles Lederer, Leonard Spigelgass, and Hagar Wilde. From a story by Henri Rochard. August 15 - 1949
  • I Was a Spy. Scenario and dialogue by W.P. Lipscomb. Story by Martha McKenna. November 27 - 1933
  • Box 163:
  • I Will Return to Kandara. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now. Screenplay by Lewis R. Foster. July 22 - 1947
  • Iceland. Screenplay by Robert Ellis and Helen Logan. August 11 - 1942
  • I'd Climb the Highest Mountain. Screenplay by Lamar Trotti. From a novel by Corra Harris. January 10 - 1951
  • Ideal Husband, An. Screenplay by Lajos Biro. Based on "An Ideal Husband" by Oscar Wilde. January 28 - 1948
  • Box 164:
  • Idiot, The. Adaptation by Ivan Pyriev. After the novel by Fyodor Dostoyevsky - 1959
  • If He Hollers Let Him Go. Screenplay by Charles Martin - 1968
  • If I'm Lucky. Screenplay by Snag Werris, Robert Ellis, Helen Logan and George Brickner. August 28 - 1946
  • If This Be Sin. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • I'll Get By. Screenplay by Mary Loos and Richard Sale. From a screen story by Robert Ellis, Helen Logan and Pamela Harris. February 28 - 1950
  • Box 165:
  • I'll Never Forget You. Screenplay by Ranald McDougall. Based on the play by John L. Balderston. October 30 - 1951
  • Illicit. Screenplay by Oscar Saul. Based on a story by Vera Caspary. August 3 - 1962
  • Immortal Sergeant. Screenplay by Lamar Trotti. From the novel by John Brophy. January 6 - 1943
  • In Like Flint. Screenplay by Hal Fimberg. May 9 - 1966
  • Box 166:
  • In Love and War. Screenplay by Edward Anhalt. Based on the novel by Anton Myrer. November 6 - 1958
  • In Old Chicago. Screenplay by Lamar Trotti and Sonya Levien. Based on a story by Niven Busch. January 3 - 1938
  • In Old Kentucky. Screenplay by Sam Hellman and Gladys Lehman. Based on a play by Charles T. Dazey. July 19 - 1935
  • In the Meantime, Darling. Screenplay by Arthur Kober and Michael Uris. August 28 - 1944
  • Box 167:
  • In This Sign. Screenplay by Sally and Philip Scharper. Based on "Constantine the Great and Helena" - 1959
  • Incident, The. Screenplay by Nicholas E. Baehr. November 13 - 1967
  • Infernal Machine. Scenario by Arthur Kober. Story by Carl Sloboda. January 27 - 1933
  • Inferno. Screenplay by Francis Cockrell. July 24 - 1953
  • Box 168:
  • Inn of the Sixth Happiness. Screenplay by Isobel Lennart. Based on "The Small Woman" by Alan Burgess. September 26 - 1958
  • Box 169:
  • Inn of the Sixth Happiness (continued)
  • Innocents, The. Screenplay by William Archibald and Truman Capote. Based on the story "The Turn of the Screw" by Henry James. Additional scenes and dialogue by John Mortimer. November - 1961
  • Inspector, The. Screenplay by Nelson Gidding. Based on the novel "The Inspector" by Jan De Hartog. February 27 - 1961
  • Insurance--Italian Style. Screenplay by Charles Dyer. April 17 - 1967
  • Insure Your Wife. Screenplay by Enrique Jardiel Poncela, Helen Logan, and Robert Ellis. Based on a story by Julio Escobar. December 27 - 1934
  • Box 170:
  • Intent to Kill. Screenplay by Jimmy Sangster. Based on the novel "Intent to Kill" by Michael Bryan. July 8 - 1958
  • Invisible Wall, The. Screenplay by Arnold Belgard. Based on the story by Howard J. Green and Paul Frank. August 13 - 1947
  • Io La Conoscevo Bene. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Irish Eyes Are Smiling. Screenplay by Earl Baldwin and John Tucker Battle. Based on a story by E.A. Ellington. October 18 - 1944
  • Box 171:
  • Iron Butterfly, The. Screenplay by Lee Rogow. March 28 - 1956
  • Iron Curtain, The. Screenplay by Milton Krims. Based on the personal story of Igor Gouzenko, Former Code Clerk, U.S.S.R. Embassy in Ottawa, Canada. May 13 - 1948
  • Island in the Sun. Screenplay by Alfred Hayes. Story by Alec Waugh. October 5 - 1956
  • Isles of Lore. Screenplay by Joe Wills. May 12 - 1955
  • Box 172:
  • It All Happened in Madrid. Screenplay by J.T. O'Brian and Carlos Gomez. June 13 - 1962
  • It Could Happen to You. Screenplay by Allen Rivkin and Lou Bresnow. Based on an original story by Charles Hoffman - 1939
  • It Had to Happen. Screenplay by Howard Ellis Smith and Katherine Scola. Story by Rupert Hughes. February 4 - 1936
  • It Happened in Athens. Screenplay by Laslo Vanday. February 23 - 1962
  • It Happened in Flatbush. Screenplay by Harold Buchman and Leo Loeb. May 21 - 1942
  • It Happened Out West. Screenplay by Earle Snell and John Roberts. May 6 - 1937
  • Box 173:
  • It Happens Every Spring. Screenplay by Valentine Davies. Based on a story by Shirley W. Smith and Valentine Davies. May 6 - 1949
  • It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog. Screenplay by Eugene Ling and Frank Gabrielson. Based on a story by Edwin Lanham. May 16 - 1946
  • It's a Small World. Screenplay by Gladys Lehman and Sam Hellman. From the story "Highway Robbery" by Albert Treynor. April 1 - 1935
  • It's Everybody's War. Screenplay by Will Price. November 9 - 1942
  • Jackals, The. Screenplay by Lamar Trotti and Harold Medford. From a story by W.R. Burnett. August 1 - 1967
  • Box 174:
  • Jackpot, The. Screenplay by Phoebe and Henry Ephron. Based on an article in the New Yorker by John McNulty. October 6 - 1950
  • Jan and Dean. Screenplay by Ruth Brooks Flippen. November 11 - 1965
  • Jan and Dean...At Large. Screenplay by Ruth Brooks Flippen. November 24 - 1965
  • Jan and Dean Jazz. Screenplay by Ruth Brooks Flippen. October 25 - 1965
  • Jane Eyre. Screenplay by Aldous Huxley, Robert Stevenson, and John Houseman. Based on a novel by Charlotte Bronte - 1943
  • Box 175:
  • Japanese War Bride. Screenplay by Catherine Turney. Story by Anson Bond. February - 1952
  • Jascha Heifetz. Screenplay by John Paxton - 1950
  • Je Reviendrai a Kandara. Screenplay by Jacques Companeez, Alex Joffe, Victor Vicas. Based on the novel by Jean Hougron. Date ?
  • Je Suis Un Sentimental. Screenplay by John Berry, Lee Gold, Tamara Hovey. Date ?
  • Jennie. Screenplay by Harold Buchman and Maurice Rapf. Original story by Jane Eberle. October 25 - 1940
  • Box 176:
  • Jet Carrier. Screenplay by ? October 8 - 1954
  • Jewels of Brandenburg. Screenplay by Irving Elman, Irving Cummings, Jr. and Robert G. North. Original story by Irving Cummings, Jr. and Robert G. North - 1947
  • Jimmy and Sally. Screenplay by Paul Schofield and Marguerite Roberts. November 13 - 1933
  • Jitterbugs. Screenplay by Scott Darling. May 3 - 1943
  • Box 177:
  • Joanna. Screenplay by Michael Sarne. October 6 - 1968
  • Joaquin Murieta. Screenplay by Jack Guss - 1969
  • Box 178:
  • John and Mary. Screenplay by John Mortimer. Based on the novel by Mervyn Jones. October 17 - 1969
  • John Goldfarb, Please Come Home. Screenplay by William Peter Blatty. October 27 - 1964
  • Box 179:
  • John Paul Jones. Screenplay by Ben Hecht. August 15 - 1956
  • Johnny Comes Flying Home. Screenplay by Jack Andrews and George Brickner. Based on the story by Jack Andrews. February 28 - 1946
  • Journey Into Fear. Screenplay by Eric Ambler. September 6 - 1965
  • Journey Into Light. Screenplay by Stephanie Nordli and Irving Shulman. An original story for the screen by Anson Bond - 1951
  • Box 180:
  • Journey to the Center of the Earth. Screenplay by Walter Reisch and Charles Brackett. Based on the novel by Jules Verne. December 2 - 1959
  • Joyful Beggar, The. Screenplay by Eugene Vale. November 27 - 1959
  • Joyous Season, The. Screenplay by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. Based on a novel by Patrick Dennis. February 3 - 1965
  • Box 181:
  • Juliet Buys a Son. Screenplay by Jose Lopez Rubio. Based on the story by Gregorio Martinez Sierra and Honorio Maura. January 15 - 1935
  • Jungle, The. Screenplay by Wendell Mayes and Harold Medford. January 19 - 1961
  • Jungle Patrol. Screenplay by Francis Swann. From the play by William Bowers - 1948
  • Junior Miss. Screenplay by George Seaton. From the stage play by Jerome Chodorov and Joseph Fields. Based on the story by Sally Benson ad produced upon the stage by Max Gordon. August 7 - 1945
  • Just Off Broadway. Screenplay by Arnaud d'Usseau. Based on an idea by Jo Eisinger and the character "Michael Shayne" created by Brett Halliday. July 28 - 1941
  • Box 182:
  • Justine. Screenplay by Lawrence B. Marcus. Based on "The Alexandria Quartet" by Lawrence Durrell. July 11 - 1969
  • Kangaroo. Screenplay by Harry Kleiner. From a story by Martin Berkeley. May 19 - 1952
  • Keys of the Kingdom. Screenplay by Joseph L. Mankiewicz and Nunnally Johnson. From a novel by A.J. Cronin. December 28 - 1944
  • Box 183:
  • Keys of the Kingdom (continued)
  • Kid From Left Field, The. Screenplay by Jack Sher. July 6 - 1953
  • King and I, The. Screenplay by Ernest Lehman. From Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical play based on "Anna and the King of Siam" by Margaret Landon. July 5 - 1956
  • Box 184:
  • King and I, The (continued)
  • King Must Die, The. Screenplay by Norman Corwin. April 18 - 1961
  • King of Burlesque. Screenplay by Gene Markey and Harry Tugend. Based on the story by Vina Delmar. Adaptation by James Seymour. December 19 - 1936
  • King of the Gypsies. Screenplay by Llewellyn Hughes and Paul Perez. March 9 - 1933
  • King of the Khyber Rifles. Screenplay by Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts. From a story by Harry Kleiner. Based on the novel by Talbot Munday. January 6 - 1954
  • Box 185:
  • King of the Khyber Rifles (continued)
  • Kiss Them for Me. Screenplay by Julius Epstein. From the play "Kiss Them For Me" by Luther Davis and the novel "Shore Leave" by Frederic Wakeman. October 17 - 1957
  • Koba. Screenplay by Richard Carr. April 4 - 1957
  • Box 186:
  • Kremlin Letter, The. Screenplay by John Huston and Gladys Hill. Based on the novel "The Kremlin Letter" by Noel Behn. February - 1970
  • Kronos. Screenplay by Lawrence Louis Goldman. Based on a story by Irving Block. March 27 - 1957
  • Labyrinth, The. Screenplay by John Patrick. Based on documentation by Ian Henderson, G.M., Kenya Security Forces. October - 1962
  • Ladies Love Danger. Screenplay by Samson Raphaelson. Adaptation by Robert Ellis and Helen Logan. From the story by Ilya Zorn. April 20 - 1935
  • Ladies of Washington. Screenplay by Wanda Tuchock. March 28 - 1944
  • Box 187:
  • Lady in Cement. Screenplay by Marvin H. Albert and Jack Guss. Based on a novel by Marvin H. Albert. October - 1968
  • Lady in the Iron Mask. Screenplay by Jack Pollexin and Aubrey Wisberg. July - 1952
  • Box 188:
  • Land of Legend. Screenplay by ? May 10 - 1954
  • Land of the Nile. Screenplay by ? May 5 - 1955
  • L'Anne' a Gauche. Screenplay by Aydial-Claude Sautet and Charles Williams, Fouli Elia and Michel Levine. From the novel "Aground" by Charles Williams. Date ?
  • Lassie's Greatest Adventure. Screenplay by Monroe Manning and Charles O'Neal. Story by Sumner Long. June 20 - 1963
  • Last Man, The. Screenplay by Aaron Spelling. June 3 - 1958
  • Last Man on Earth, The. Screenplay by Logan Swanson and William F. Leicester. From the novel "I Am Legend" by Richard Matheson - 1963
  • Last of the Duanes, The. Scenario by Ernest Pascal. Story by Zane Grey. May 10 - 1930
  • Last Shot You Hear, The. Screenplay by Tim Shields. From the play "Sound of Murder" by William Fairchild. December - 1968
  • Box 189:
  • Last Trail, The. Screenplay by ? August 8 - 1933
  • Last 24 Hours, The. Screenplay by David Pursall and Jack Seddon. October 16 - 1963
  • Last Wagon, The. Screenplay by James Edward Grant. From the story by Gwen Bagni Gielgud. January 12 - 1956
  • Box 190:
  • Late George Apley, The. Screenplay by Philip Dunne. From the play by John P. Marquard and George S. Kaufman. Based on the novel by John P. Marquard. January 16 - 1949
  • Laughing at Trouble. Screenplay by Robert Ellis and Helen Logan. Based on the play by Adelyn Bushnell. October 23 - 1936
  • Leave Her to Heaven. Screenplay by Jo Swerling. Based on the novel by Ben Adams Williams. December 19 - 1945
  • Left Hand of God, The. Screenplay by Alfred Hayes. February 22 - 1955
  • Box 191:
  • Legend of Jesse James, The--"Wanted: Dead Only." Screenplay by Dick Carr. March 3 - 1966
  • Legend of Jesse James, The--"A Burying for Rosie." Screenplay by Bruce Bassett and Pat Faulken Smith. March 3 - 1966
  • Legend of Jesse James, The--"Last Stand of Captain Hammel." Screenplay by Frederic Louis Fox. Story by Richard Neubert. January 4 - 1966
  • Legend of Jesse James, The--"The Hunted and the Hunters." Screenplay by Samuel A. Peeples. January 13 - 1966
  • Legend of Jesse James, The--"Dark Side of the Moon." Screenplay by Frederic Louis Fox. January 19 - 1966
  • Legend of Jesse James, The--"A Field of Wild Flowers." Screenplay by Ronald M. Cohen. February 18 - 1966
  • Legions of the Nile. Screenplay by Vittorio Cottafavi, Giorgio Cristallini, Arnaldo Marrosy and Ennio de Concini. English version by Lee Kresel - 1960
  • Leon and Silliman's New Faces. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Leopard, The. Adaptation by Suso Cecchi d'Amico, Pasquale Festa Campanile, Enrico Medioli Massimo Francoisa, and Luchino Visconti. From the novel by Guiseppe Tomasi Di Lampedusa - 1963
  • Box 192:
  • Leopard, The (continued)
  • Let's Live Again. Screenplay by Rodney Carlisle and Robert Smalley. Based on the story by Herman Wohl and John Vlahos - 1948
  • Let's Make It Legal. Screenplay by F. Hugh Herbert and I.A.L. Diamond. Based on a story by Mortimer Braus. October 5 - 1951
  • Box 193:
  • Let's Make Love. Screenplay by Norman Krasna. Additional material by Hal Kantor. August 12 - 1960
  • Letter to Three Wives, A. Adaptation by Vera Caspary. From a Cosmopolitan Magazine novel by John Klempner. January 7 - 1949
  • Box 194:
  • Libel. Screenplay by Henry Denker. Based on the book "My Life in Court" by Louis Nizer. November 15 - 1962
  • Lieutenant Wore Skirts, The. Screenplay by Albert Beich and Frank Tashlin. Based on a story by Albert Beich. January 3 - 1956
  • Life Begins at Eight-Thirty. Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. From a play by Emlyn Williams. December 9 - 1942
  • Life Begins at Forty. Screenplay by Lamar Trotti. Suggested by a book by Walter B. Pitkin. February 4 - 1935
  • Box 195:
  • Life in the Balance, A. Screenplay by Robert Presnell, Jr. and Leo Townsend. February 11 - 1954
  • Life in the Raw. Screenplay by ? June 26 - 1933
  • Liliom. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Box 196:
  • Lion, The. Screenplay by Irene and Louis Kamp. Based on a novel by Joseph Kessel. September 14 - 1961
  • Lisa. Screenplay by Nelson Gidding. Based on the novel "The Inspector" by Jan De Hartog - 1962
  • Little Murders. Screenplay by Jules Feiffer. February - 1971
  • Box 197:
  • Little Savage, The. Screenplay by Eric Norden. Based on a story by Frederick Marryat. January 28 - 1959
  • Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come. Screenplay by Barre Lyndon. Based on the story by John Fox, Jr. January 5 - 1961
  • Little Tokyo, U.S.A. Screenplay by George Brickner. July 21 - 1942
  • Box 198:
  • Living Swamp, The. Narration written by Wanda Tuchoch. July 1 - 1955
  • Lloyd's of London. Screenplay by Ernest Pascal. Based on a story by Curtis Kenyon. August 7 - 1936
  • Lone Texan, The. Screenplay by James Landis and Jack Thomas. Based on the novel by James Landis - 1958
  • Box 199:
  • Long Hot Summer, The. Screenplay by Irving Ravetch and Harriet Frank, Jr. Adapted from a group of stories by William Faulkner. August 26 - 1957
  • Long John Silver. Screenplay by Martin Rackin. Based on the novel by Robert Louis Stevenson. May 18 - 1954
  • Long Rope, The. Screenplay by Robert Hamner. January 3 - 1961
  • Box 200:
  • Longest Day, The. Screenplay by ? June 18 - 1962
  • Longues Annees, Les. Screenplay b ? Date ?
  • Lost Continent, The. Screenplay by Michael Nash. From the novel "Uncharted Seas" by Dennis Wheatley. May 31 - 1968
  • Lost Country, The. Screenplay by Joseph Stefano. Based on the novel by J.R. Salamanca. December 2 - 1958
  • Lost in Space--"The Ghost Planet." Screenplay by Peter Packer. May 24 - 1966
  • Box 201:
  • Lost World, The. Screenplay by Charles Bennett and Irwin Allen. Based on Sir Arthur Conan's "The Lost World." July 22 - 1960
  • Love Flight. Screenplay by Winifred Dunn. Spanish dialogue by Miguel De Zarraga. Based on a story by Bernice Mason - 1934
  • Love Gambler, The. Scenario by F. More De La Torre. Story by Lynn Starling. August 18 - 1930
  • Box 202:
  • Love in a Cool Climate. Screenplay by Robert Dozier. Based on the novel "Cher Papa" by Frederick Kohner. November 16 - 1960
  • Love is a Many-Splendored Thing. Screenplay by John Patrick. Based on "A Many-Splendored Thing" by Han Suyin. Date ?
  • Love is for Other People. Screenplay by Dorothy Parker and Alan Campbell . November 7 - 1961
  • Love, Life and Laugh. Scenario by Edwin Burke and George Jessel. Story by Roy Clemens and John B. Hymer. August 13 - 1929
  • Love Machine, The. Screenplay by Winston Miller. March 4 - 1959
  • Box 203:
  • Love Me Tender. Screenplay by Robert Buckner. Based on a story by Maurice Geraghty. August 20 - 1956
  • Love Nest. Screenplay by I.A.L. Diamond. Based on the novel by Scott Corbett. September 13 - 1951
  • Love That Brute. Screenplay by Karl Turnberg, Darrell Ware, and John Lee Mahin. March 16 - 1950
  • Box 204:
  • Love Time. Screenplay by William Conselman and Henry Johnson. Adaptation by Lynn Starling and Henry Johnson. From the story by Richard Carroll. September 5 - 1934
  • Lover Boy. Screenplay by Hugh Mills and Rene Clement. Date ?
  • Loves of Salammbo, The. Adaptation by Andre Talbet. Dialogue by John Berry and Barbara Sohmers - 1960
  • Luck of the Irish, The. Screenplay by Philip Dunne. Based on the novel by Guy and Constance Jones. August 12 - 1948
  • Box 205:
  • Lucky Nick Cain. Screenplay by George Callahan and William Rose. Based on the novel "I’ll Get You For This" by James Hadley Chase. March - 1951
  • Lucky Star. Scenario by Sonya Levien. Story by Tristram Tupper. January 22 - 1929
  • Lure of the Swamp. Screenplay by William George. From an original novel by Gil Grewer - 1957
  • Lure of the Wilderness. Screenplay by Louis Lantz. Based on a story by Vereen Bell. July - 1952
  • Box 206:
  • Lydia Bailey. Screenplay by Michael Blankfort and Philip Dunne. February 8 - 1952
  • MASH. Screenplay by Ring Lardner, Jr. From the novel by Richard Hooker. December 5 - 1969
  • Box 207:
  • Mad Game, The. Screenplay by William Conselman and Henry Johnson. Based on the story by William Conselman. October 9 - 1933
  • Mad Martindales, The. Screenplay by Francis Edwards Faragoh. Based on the play by Wesley Towner. From a play by Ludwig Hirschfeld and Dr. Edmund Wolf. February 10 - 1942
  • Made for Each Other. Screenplay by Renee Taylor and Joseph Bologna. December 30 - 1971
  • Madison Avenue. Screenplay by Norman Corwin. Based on the novel "The Build Up Boys" by Jeremy Kirk. May 17 - 1961
  • Box 208:
  • Magnificent Dope, The. Screenplay by George Seaton. Original story by Joseph Schrank. June 3 - 1942
  • Magnificent Matador, The. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Magus, The. Screenplay by John Fowles. From his novel "The Magus" - 1968
  • Maigret Voit Rouge. Adaptation by Jacques Robert and Gilles Grangier. From the novel by George Simenon "Maigret, Lognon et Les Gansters." Date ?
  • Mail Train. Screenplay by J.O.C. Orton and Val Guest. Story by Frank Launder. Based on the character "Inspector Hornleigh" created by Hans W. Priwin. October 17 - 1941
  • Box 209:
  • Making It. Screenplay by Peter Bart. Based on the novel "What Can You Do?" by James Leigh. January 9 - 1971
  • Male Companion. Screenplay by Henri Lance. Based on the novel by Andre Couteaux. April - 1965
  • Mama. Screenplay by ? September 1 - 1931
  • Man About the House, A. Screenplay by J.B. Williams and Leslie Arliss. Screen adaptation of Francis Brett Young's novel as dramatized by John Perry - 1947
  • Man About Town. Scenario by Leon Gordon. Story by Denison Clift. March 16 - 1932
  • Man at Large. Screenplay by John Larkin. August 14 - 1941
  • Box 210:
  • Man Called Peter, A. Screenplay by Eleanore Griffin. From the book by Catherine Marshall. March 25 - 1955
  • Man Crazy. Screenplay by Sidney Harmon and Philip Yordan. November 24 - 1953
  • Man Eater. Screenplay by James O. Spaulding. In collaboration with Clyde E. Elliot. September 12 - 1932
  • Box 211:
  • Man I Married, The. Screenplay by Oliver H.P. Garrett. Based on the Liberty Magazine story by Oscar Schisgall. July 12 - 1940
  • Man in the Attic. Screenplay by Robert Presnell, Jr. and Barre Lyndon. Based on "The Lodger" by Marie Belloc Lowndes. July 12 - 1940
  • Man in the Gray Flannel Suit, The. Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. From the novel by Sloan Wilson. March 24 - 1956
  • Box 212:
  • Man in the Middle. Screenplay by Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall. From the novel "The Winston Affair" by Howard Fast. October - 1963
  • Man in the Trunk, The. Screenplay by John Larkin. August 20 - 1942
  • Man on a Tightrope. Screenplay by Robert E. Sherwood. Based on the story by Neil Paterson. March 9 - 1953
  • Box 213:
  • Man Trouble. Scenario by George Manker Watters. Story by Ben Adams Williams. February 27 - 1930
  • Man Without a Gun--"The Hunted." Screenplay by Stuart Jerome. September 24 - 1957
  • Man Who Came Back, The. Screenplay by ? February 13 - 1931
  • Man Who Cheated Himself, The. Screenplay by Seaton I. Miller and Philip MacDonald. From a story by Louis Forbes - 1950
  • Box 214:
  • Man Who Never Was, The. Screenplay by Nigel Balchin. From the book by The Hon. Ewen Montagu, C.B.E., D.L., Q.C. May - 1955
  • Man Who Sold Death, The. Screenplay by Wally Cox and Christan Marquand. September 20 - 1965
  • Man Who Understood Woman, The. Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. From the novel "The Colors of the Day" by Romain Gary. June 15 - 1959
  • Box 215:
  • Man Who Couldn't Talk, The. Screenplay by Robert Ellis and Helen Logan, Lester Ziffren and Edward Ettinger. Based on the play "The Valiant" by Holworth Hall and Robert M. Middlemas. November 17 - 1939
  • Manhattan Heartbeat. Screenplay by Harold Buchman, Clark Andrews, Jack Jungmeyer, Jr., and Edith Skouras. From a play by Vina Delmar and Brian Marlowe. Based on the novel by Vina Delmar. May 23 - 1940
  • Manila Calling. Screenplay by John Larkin. September 18 - 1942
  • March the Ninth. Screenplay by Nigel Balchin. June 6 - 1961
  • Marching Along. Screenplay by Lamar Trotti. Screen story by Ernest Vajda - 1952
  • Box 216:
  • Mardi Gras. Screenplay by Winston Miller and Hal Kanter. From a story by Curtis Harrington. November 24 - 1958
  • Margie. Screenplay by F. Hugh Herbert. Based on the stories by Ruth McKenney and Richard Bransten. November 12 - 1946
  • Margin for Error. Screenplay by Lillie Hayward. From the New York stage success by Claire Booth. January 8 - 1943
  • Marie Galante. Screenplay by Reginald Berkeley. Based on the novel by Jacques Deval. September 29 - 1934
  • Box 217:
  • Marilyn. Screenplay by ? March 22 - 1963
  • Marines, Let's Go! Screenplay by John Twist. Based on a story by Raoul Walsh. July 24 - 1961
  • Marriage-Go-Round, The. Screenplay by Leslie Stephens. December 15 - 1960
  • Box 218:
  • Marriage of a Young Stockbroker, The (CDM/NA, 160p). Screenplay by Lorenzo Semple, Jr. Based on a novel by Charles Webb. August 18 - 1971
  • Married in Hollywood (CDS/mimeograph/dialogue only, 71p). Scenario by Harlan Thompson. Story by Leopold Jacobson and Bruno Hardt. June 24 - 1929
  • Marry the Boss's Daughter (CDS/mimeograph, 124p.). Screenplay by Jack Andrews. Suggested by the story "The Boy, The Girl and The Dog" by Sandor Farago and Alexander G. Kenedi. August 8 - 1941
  • Martin Luther (SP/A; also heavily annotated translation sheets). Researched and prepared for the screen by Allan Sloane, Lothar Wolff, Dr. Jaroslav Pelikan, Fr. Theodore G. Tappert - 1953
  • Masquerade (CDS/mimeograph/dialogue only, 59p). Scenario by R.H. Brennan. Story by Louis Joseph Vance. May 6 - 1929
  • Massacre (CDS/mimeograph, 82p). Screenplay by D.D. Beauchamp. From a story by Fred Freiberger and William Tunberg - 1955
  • Matrimonial Mix-Up (Desconcierto Martimonial), nd (CDS/mimeograph, 20p; in Spanish with interlined English translation). Spanish version by Manuel Paris Date ?
  • Matter of Morals, A (CDM Edited Book made up from heavily annotated pages pasted on strips, about 40p). Screenplay by John D. Hess - 1960
  • Box 219:
  • Meet Me After the Show. Screenplay by Mary Loos and Richard Sale. Suggested by a story by Erna Lazarus and W. Scott Darling. July 25 - 1951
  • Meet Met at Dawn. Screenplay by Lesley Storm and James Seymour. Additional dialogue by Maurice Cowan. February 25 - 1947
  • Men of Lightship 61. Script by Hugh Gray. Dialogue by David Evans. June 18 - 1941
  • Men on Call. Story by James Kevin McGuiness. Additional dialogue by Basil Woon. June 10 - 1930
  • Box 220:
  • Mephisto Waltz, The. Screenplay by Ben Maddow. Based on the novel by Fred Mustard Stewart. March - 1971
  • Merely Mary Ann. Scenario by Jules Furthman. Story by Israel Zangwill. July 29 - 1931
  • Message to Garcia, A. Screenplay by W.P. Lipscomb and Gene Fowler. Suggested by Elbert Hubbard's immortal essay and the book by Lieutenant Andrew S. Rowan. February 27 - 1936
  • Metamorphose des Cloportes, La. Dialogue by Michael Audiard. Date ?
  • Metropolitan. Screenplay by Bess Meredyth and George Marion, Jr. Based on a story by Bess Meredyth. October 9 - 1935
  • Millionaire for Christy, A. Screenplay by Ken Englund. Original story by Robert Harari - 1951
  • Millionairess, The. Screenplay by Wolf Mankowitz. Based on the play "The Millionairess" by Bernard Shaw. Adaptation by Riccardo Aragno. November - 1960
  • Box 221:
  • Mine Own Executioner. Screenplay by Nigel Balchin. From the novel by Nigel Balchin. December 8 - 1947
  • Miracle of Stereophonic Sound, The. Screenplay by ? September 15 - 1954
  • Miracle of the Hills, The. Screenplay by Charles Hoffman - 1959
  • Box 222:
  • Les Miserables. Screenplay by Richard Murphy. Based on the novel by Victor Hugo. July 2 - 1952
  • Miss Lonelyhearts (see: Advice to the Lovelorn)
  • Miss Mink of 1949. Screenplay by Arnold Belgard - 1958
  • Miss Nobody. Screenplay by Garson Kanin. July - 1957
  • Box 223:
  • Miss Robinson Crusoe. Screenplay by Harold Nebenzal and Richard Priondo. Adapted from Daniel DeFoe's "Robinson Crusoe." August 14 - 1953
  • Mr. Belvedere--"Bad Day at Long Branch." Screenplay by Martin Ragaway. November 15 - 1958
  • Mr. Belvedere Goes to College. Screenplay by Richard Sale, Mary Loos, and Mary McCall, Jr. Based on characters created by Gwen Davenport. April 11 - 1949
  • Mr. Belvedere Rings the Bell. Screenplay by Ranald MacDougall. March 13 - 1951
  • Box 224:
  • Mister 880. Screenplay by Robert Riskin. Based on an article in the New Yorker by St. Claire McKelway. April 5 - 1950
  • Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation. Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. Based on the novel by Edward Streeter. May 8 - 1962
  • Mr. Lemon of Orange. Screenplay by Edwin Burke and Eddie Cantor. Story by Jack Hayes. December 17 - 1930
  • Box 225:
  • Mister Scoutmaster. Screenplay by Leonard Praskins and Barney Slater. Based on the book by Rice E. Cochran. April 2 - 1953
  • Mr. Topaze. Screenplay by Pierre Rouve. Based on the play "Topaze" by Marcel Pagnol. March 17 - 1961
  • Box 226:
  • Misty. Screenplay by Ted Sherdeman. Based on the book "Misty of Chincoteague" by Marguerite Henry. January 6 - 1961
  • Model and the Marriage Broker, The. Screenplay by Charles Brackett, Walter Reisch, and Richard Breen. November 30 - 1951
  • Box 227:
  • Modesty Blaise. Screenplay by Evan Jones. From an original story by Peter O'Donnell and Stanley Dubens. Based on the cartoon strip appearing in the Evening Standard by Peter O'Donnell and Jim Holdaway - 1966
  • Mohawk. Screenplay by Milton Krims. Date ?
  • Box 228:
  • Molly and Me. Screenplay by Leonard Praskins. Adaptation by Roger Burford. From a novel by Frances Marion. February 23 - 1945
  • Monkey Business. Screenplay by Ben Hecht, Charles Lederer, and I.A.L. Diamond. Story by Harry Segall. October - 1952
  • Montserrat. Screenplay by Alfred Hayes. Based on the play by Lillian Hellman. Adapted from the French play by Emmanuel Robles. August 14 - 1963
  • Box 229:
  • Monsieur. Adaptation by Pascal Jardin and George Derrik. Date ?
  • Monsieur de Compagnie, Un. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Monte Carlo Story, The. Screenplay by Samuel Taylor. February 15 - 1956
  • Moon is Down, The. Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. From the novel by John Steinbeck. March 8 - 1943
  • Moon Over Her Shoulder. Screenplay by Walter Bullock. Original story by Helen Vreeland Smith and Eve Golden. September 15 - 1941
  • Box 230:
  • Moontide. Screenplay by John O'Hara. From the novel by Willard Robertson. April 14 - 1942
  • Morituri. Screenplay by Daniel Taradash. Based on the novel by Werner Joerg Luedecke - 1965
  • Moro Witch Doctor. Screenplay by Eddie Romero. January 25 - 1965
  • Mort D'um Tueur, La. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Mother Didn't Tell Me. Screenplay by Claude Binyon. From the book "The Doctor Wears Three Faces" by Mary Bard. December 30 - 1949
  • Box 231:
  • Mother is a Freshman. Screenplay by Mary Loos and Richard Sale. Based on the story by Raphael Blau. February 25 - 1949
  • Mother Wore Tights. Screenplay by Lamar Trotti. Based on the book by Miriam Young. September 10 - 1947
  • Move. Screenplay by Joel Lieber and Stanley Hart. Based on the novel by Joel Lieber. July 14 - 1970
  • Move Over, Darling. Screenplay by Hal Kanter and Jack Sher. Based on the scenario by Bella Spewack and Samuel Spewack. Story by Bella Spewack, Samuel Spewack, and Leo McCarey - 1963
  • Movie Stunt Pilot. Screenplay by ? June 4 - 1954
  • Movietone Follies of 1929. Story by David Butler and William K. Wells. December 4 - 1928
  • Box 232:
  • Movietone Follies of 1930. Screenplay by William K. Wells. March 3 - 1930
  • Mudlark, The. Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. From a novel by Theodore Bonnet. May 4 - 1950
  • Mummy's Shroud, The. Screenplay by John Gilling. From a story by John Elder. March 20 - 1967
  • Murder Among Friends. Screenplay by John Larkin. February 26 - 1941
  • Murder in Trinidad. Screenplay by Seton I. Miller. From the novel by John W. Vandercook. March 9 - 1934
  • Murder, Inc. Screenplay by Irve Tunick and Mel Barr. Based on the book "Murder, Inc." by Burton Turkus and Sid Feder - 1960
  • Box 233:
  • Music in the Air. Screenplay by Howard I. Young and Billie Wilder. November 16 - 1934
  • Music is Magic. Screenplay by Edward Eliscu and Lou Breslou. Based on a play by Gladys Unger and Jesse Lasky, Jr. September 25 - 1935
  • My Blue Heaven. Screenplay by Lamar Trotti and Claude Binyon. Based on a story by S.K. Lauren. December - 1949
  • My Cousin Rachel. Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. From the novel by Daphne du Maurier. November 15 - 1952
  • Box 234:
  • My Dear. Screenplay by Robert Gore-Brown. From the story by May Edginton. February 24 - 1933
  • My Friend, Flicka. Screenplay by Lillie Hayward. Adaptation by Francis Edwards Fargoh. Based on the novel by Mary O'Hara. March 30 - 1943
  • My Lips Betray. Screenplay by ? June 21 - 1933
  • My Marriage. Screenplay by Frances Hyland. November 20 - 1935
  • My Pal Gus. Screenplay by Fay and Michael Kanin. March - 1953
  • My Second Wife. Screenplay by Jose Lopez Rubio. Based on the novel by Eugenio Heltai. November 3 - 1934
  • Box 235:
  • My Weakness. Screenplay by ? September 18 - 1933
  • My Wife's Best Friend. Screenplay by Isobel Lennart. Based on a story by John Briard Harding. March 28 - 1952
  • Myra Breckinridge. Screenplay by Michael Sarne and David Giler. Based on a novel by Gore Vidal. June 30 - 1970
  • Mystery Ranch. Scenario by Alfred Cohn. Story by Stewart Edward White. April 1 - 1932
  • Box 236:
  • Mystery Woman, The. Screenplay by Philip MacDonald. Story by Dudley Nichols and E.E. Paramore, Jr. December 7 - 1934
  • Naked Earth, The. Screenplay by Milton Holmes - 1957
  • Nanny, The. Screenplay by Jimmy Sangster. Based on the novel "The Nanny" by Evelyn Piper. December - 1964
  • Napoleon's Barber. Screenplay by ? September 22 - 1930
  • Nato Project Presentation 1968-69. Screenplay by ? November - 1968
  • New Orleans Minstrels. Screenplay by ? September 14 - 1929
  • New Year's Eve. Scenario by Dwight Cummins. Story by Richard Connell. December 12 - 1928
  • Box 237:
  • News is Made at Night. Screenplay by John Larkin. June 26 - 1939
  • Niagara. Screenplay by Charles Brackett, Walter Reisch and Richard Breen - 1953
  • Nice Little Bank that Should be Robbed, A. Screenplay by Sidney Boehm. Based on an article by Evan Wylie. May 16 - 1958
  • Night and the City. Screenplay by Jo Eisinger. Based on the novel by Gerald Kersh. March 18 - 1950
  • Box 238:
  • Night Before the Divorce, The. Screenplay by Jerry Sackheim. Based on the play by Gina Kaus and Ladislas Fodor. January 29 - 1942
  • Night People. Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. From a story by Jed Harris and Thomas Reed. April - 1954
  • Night Train to Paris. Screenplay by Henry Cross. August - 1964
  • Box 239:
  • Night Wind. Screenplay by Arnold Belgard and Robert G. North. Original story by Robert G. North. September 1 - 1948
  • Night Without Sleep. Screenplay by Frank Partos and Elick Moll. Story by Elick Moll. November 28 - 1952
  • Nightmare Alley. Screenplay by Jules Furthman. Based on the novel by William Lindsay Gresham. November 6 - 1947
  • Nina and the Tramp. Screenplay by ? June 26 - 1958
  • Box 240:
  • Nine Hours to Rama (CDS/mimeograph on 8" x 13" sheets, marked "Release Script," 238 p). Screenplay by Nelson Gidding. Based on the novel by Stanley Wolpert. November 23 - 1963
  • Nix on Dames (CDS/mimeograph, dialogue only, 70p). Scenario by Maude Fulton and Frank Gay. Story by Maude Fulton. September 24 - 1929
  • No Down Payment (SP marked "Revised Final," 143 p. Printed title is "Down Payment with "No" added in holograph. Also a CDS Edited Book and a CDS/NA). Screenplay by Philip Yorda. Based on the novel by John McPartland. September 26 - 1957
  • Box 241:
  • No Highway in the Sky. Screenplay by R.C. Sherriff, Oscar Millard, and Alec Coppel. July 18 - 1951
  • North to Alaska. Screenplay by John Lee Mahin, Martin Rackin, Claude Binyon. Based on the play "Birthday Gift" by Laszlo Fodor. From an idea by John Kafka. August 11 - 1960
  • Not Damaged. Scenario by Frank Gay. Story by Richard Connell. March 3 - 1930
  • Box 242:
  • Not Quite Decent. Adaptation and screenplay by Marion Orth. Based on the story "The Grouch Bag" by Wallace Smith. January 12 - 1929
  • No Way Out. Screenplay by Joseph L. Mankiewicz and Lesser Samuels. July 6 - 1949
  • Nothing But the Truth. Screenplay by Bob Kesten. In consultation with Barry Shawzin and Arthur Rosett. Based on an idea by Barry Shawzin. Date ?
  • Now I'll Tell. Screenplay by Edwin Burke. From a story by Mrs. Arnold Rothstein. April 19 - 1934
  • O Mistress Mine. Screenplay by Roger MacDougall. Based on the play "O Mistress Mine" by Terence Rattigan and the original story by Leo McCarey. April 29 - 1960
  • Oasis. Screenplay by ? November 26 - 1956
  • Box 243:
  • Odyssey, The--A Modern Sequel. Screenplay by George A. Cozyris. May 30 - 1961
  • Of Love and Desire. Screenplay by Laslo Gorog and Richard Rush. From a story by Victor Stoloff and Jacquine Delessert - 1962
  • Of Men and Music… Screenplay by ? - 1950
  • Oh, Men! Oh, Women! From the play produced by Cheryl Crawford - 1957
  • Box 244:
  • On, You Beautiful Doll. Screenplay by Albert and Arthur Lewis. September 16 - 1949
  • O. Henry's Full House. Based on stories by O. Henry. "The Cop and the Anthem"; screenplay by Lamar Trotti. "The Clarion Call"; screenplay by Richard Breen. "The Last Leaf"; screenplay by Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts. "The Ransom of Red Chief"; screenplay by ? "The Gift of the Magi"; screenplay by Walter Bullock. August 18 - 1952
  • Oklahoma! Screenplay by Sonya Levien and William Ludwig. Adapted from Rogers and Hammerstein's musical play. Based upon a dramatic play by Lynn Riggs. Originally produced on the stage by The Theatre Guild. August 19 - 1955
  • Olsen's Big Moment. Screenplay by Henry Johnson and James Tynan. Based on a story by George Marshall. October 19 - 1933
  • Box 245:
  • On a Vole, Un Homme. Scenario by Rene Pujol and Hans Wilhelm. Dialogue by Rene Pujol. Date ?
  • On the Level. Scenario by W.K. Wells and Andrew Bennison. Based on a story by W.K. Wells. January 6 - 1930
  • On the Riviera. Screenplay by Valentine Davies and Phoebe and Henry Ephron. Based on a play by Rudolph Lothar and Hans Adler. April 6 - 1951
  • On the Sunny Side. Screenplay by Lillie Hayward and George Templeton. Suggested by the story "Fraternity" by Mary C. McCall, Jr. January 16 - 1942
  • Box 246:
  • On the Threshold of Space. Screenplay by Simon Wincelberg and Francis Cockrell. March 2 - 1956
  • On Their Own. Screenplay by Harold Buchman and Val Burton. Original story by Val Burton, Jack Jungmeyer, Jr. and Edith Skouras. Based on characters created by Katherine Kavanaugh. April 3 - 1940
  • On Your Back. Scenario by Howard J. Green. Story by Rita Weiman. April 26 - 1930
  • Once a Crook. Screenplay by Roger Burford. Adapted from the play by Evadne Price and Ken Attiwill - 1941
  • Once in a Haystack. Screenplay by Louis Pettetier. May 28 - 1963
  • One Foot in Hell. Screenplay by Aaron Spelling and Sydney Boehm. Based on a story by Aaron Spelling. July 8 - 1960
  • Box 247:
  • 100 Rifles. Screenplay by Clair Juffaker and Tom Gries. Based on a novel by Robert MacLeod. February 14 - 1969
  • One in a Million. Screenplay by Cyril Hume and Richard Maibaum. April 3 - 1956
  • One Million Years B.C. Screenplay by Michael Carreras. Adaptation from the original screenplay by Mickell Novak, George Baker, and Joseph Frickert - 1966
  • One More Spring. Screenplay by Edwin Burke. From a story by Robert Nathan. January 31 - 1935
  • Only a Woman. Screenplay by Raymond Van Sickle and John Reinhardt. Spanish version by Miguel de Zarraga. Based on "The Painted Lady" by Larry Evans. September 24 - 1934
  • Only for Love. Screenplay by Claude Brule - 1961
  • Box 248:
  • Only Game in Town, The. Screenplay by Frank D. Gilroy. Based on the play by Frank D. Gilroy. December 23 - 1969
  • Operation Amsterdam. Screenplay by Michael McCarthy and John Eldridge. Based on the book "Adventure in Diamonds" by David E. Walker. October 2 - 1959
  • Operation Heavy Water. Screenplay by Earl Felton. Based on the book "Skis Against the Atom" by Capt. Knut Haukelid D.S.O. M.C. Date ?
  • Orchestra Wives. Screenplay by Karl Tunberg and Darrell Ware. Original story by James Prindle - 1942
  • Orchids to You. Screenplay by William Hurlbut and Bartlett Cormack. Adaptation by Howard Estabrook. Story by Gordon Rigby and Robert Dillon. Additional dialogue by Glenn Tryon. June 14 - 1935
  • Box 249:
  • Oregon Trail, The. Screenplay by Louis Vittes and Gene Fowler, Jr. Story by Louis Vittes. August 7 - 1959
  • Oscar Wilde. Screenplay by Jo Eisinger. Based on the play "Oscar Wilde" by Leslie and Cyril Stokes and the literary work by Frank Harris. June 30 - 1960
  • Other Side of the Mountain, The. Screenplay by John Patrick. January 3 - 1962
  • Box 250:
  • Other Woman, The. Screenplay by Hugo Haas. December 24 - 1954
  • Our Girl Friday (Released as The Adventures of Sadie)
  • Our Little Girl. Screenplay by Stephen Avery and Allen Rivkin. From the story "Heaven's Gate" by Florence Leighton Pfalzgraf. Adaptation by Stephen Avery. Additional dialogue by Arthur J. Beckhard and Jack Yellen - 1935
  • Our Love. Screenplay by Luther Davis. July 30 - 1957
  • Our Man Flint. Screenplay by Hal Fimberg and Ben Starr. Based on the story by Hal Fimberg. November 19 - 1965
  • Box 251:
  • Our Man Oscar. Adaptation by Jean Halain, Edouard Molinaro, and Louis de Funes. Based on the play "Oscar" by Claude Magnier. May 6 - 1968
  • Our Mother's House. Screenplay by Eleanor Perry. Based on a novel by Julian Gloag. April 8 - 1964
  • Out of This World. Screenplay by Ben Barzman. Date ?
  • Outcasts of Poker Flat, The. Screenplay by Edmund H. North. Based on a story by Bret Harte. April 21 - 1952
  • Outlaw's Daughter, The. Screenplay by Sam Roeca. November 24 - 1954
  • Box 252:
  • Over My Dead Body. Screenplay by Edward James. From a novel by James O'Hanlon. November 6 - 1942
  • Over the Hill. Scenario by Tom Barry and Jules Furthman. Story by Will Carleton. August 31 - 1931
  • Pack Up Your Troubles. Screenplay by Lou Breslow and Owen Francis. September 13 - 1939
  • Paddy O'Day. Screenplay by Lou Breslow and Edward Eliscu. October 31 - 1935
  • Paddy the Next Best Thing. Screenplay by ? August 29 - 1933
  • Paid to Love. Screenplay by ? June 19 - 1931
  • Panic in Needle Park. Screenplay by Joan Didion and John Gregory Dunne. From a book by James Mills. May 18 - 1971
  • Panic in the Streets. Screenplay by Richard Murphy. Adaptation by Daniel Fuchs. From a story by Edna and Edward Anhalt. June 6 - 1950
  • Box 253:
  • Paris After Dark. Screenplay by Harold Buchman. Based on a story by Georges Kessel. October 23 - 1943
  • Paris Does Strange Things. Screenplay by Jean Renoir. Date ?
  • Paris Secret. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Part-time Wife. Scenario by Raymond L. Schrock and Leo McCarey. Story by Stewart Edward White. September 24 - 1930
  • Passe du Diable, La. Screenplay by Joseph Kessel. November - 1958
  • Passport to Hell. Screenplay by Bradley King and Leon Gordon. Based on "Burnt Offering" by Harry Hervey. August 26 - 1932
  • Patate, La. Screenplay by L. Bush-Fekete and Mary Helen Fay. January 26 - 1959
  • Box 254:
  • Patton. Screenplay by Francis Ford Coppola and Edmund H. North. Based on factual material from "Patton: Ordeal and Triumph" by Ladislas Farago and "A Soldier's Story" by Omar N. Bradley. January 29 - 1970
  • Peck's Bad Boy. Screenplay by Marguerite Roberts and Bernard Schubert. Suggested by the story by George W. Peck. September 12 - 1934
  • People Will Talk. Screenplay by Joseph L. Mankiewicz. From the play "Dr. Praetorius" by Curt Goetz. October - 1951
  • 254a:
  • Patton--oversized
  • Box 255:
  • Perfect Snob, The. Screenplay by Lee Loeb and Harold Buchman. November 11 - 1941
  • Peyton Place. Screenplay by John Michael Hayes. From the novel by Grace Metalious. December 17 - 1957
  • Box 256:
  • Peyton Place--101. Screenplay by Michael Gleason and Peggy Shaw. May 20 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--102. Screenplay by Rita Lakin and Lee Erwin. May 20 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--108. Screenplay by Rita Lakin and Lionel E. Siegel. June 4 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--110. Screenplay by Lionel E. Siegel and Carol Sobieski. June 11 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--112. Screenplay by Rita Lakin and Lionel E. Siegel. June 18 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--113. Screenplay by Peggy Shaw and Michael Gleason. June 18 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--114. Screenplay by Sonya Roberts and Carol Sobieski. June 18 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--115. Screenplay by Carol Sobieski and Lionel E. Siegel. June 24 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--116. Screenplay by Peggy Shaw and Sonya Roberts. June 25 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--117. Screenplay by Michael Gleason and Rita Lakin. Date ?
  • Peyton Place--118. Screenplay by Michael Gleason and Carol Sobieski. June 30 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--119. Screenplay by Sonya Roberts and Peggy Shaw. June 30 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--120. Screenplay by Lionel E. Siegel and Rita Lakin. July 1 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--121. Screenplay by Peggy Shaw and Lionel E. Siegel. July 9 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--122. Screenplay by Rita Lakin and Michael Gleason. July 9 - 1965
  • Box 257:
  • Peyton Place--123. Screenplay by Carol Sobieski, John Wilder, and Jerry Ziegman. July 7 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--124. Screenplay by Rita Lakin and Peggy Shaw. July 20 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--125. Screenplay by John Wilder, Jerry Ziegman, and Lionel E. Siegel. July 16 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--126. Screenplay by Michael Gleason and Sonya Roberts. July 19 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--127. Screenplay by Lionel E. Siegel and Sonya Roberts. July 23 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--128. Screenplay by John Wilder, Jerry Ziegman, and Michael Gleason. July 23 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--129. Screenplay by Peggy Shaw and Carol Sobieski. July 21 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--130. Screenplay by Michael Gleason and Rita Lakin. July 30 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--131. Screenplay by Peggy Shaw, John Wilder, and Jerry Ziegman. August 2 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--132. Screenplay by Sonya Roberts and Lionel E. Siegel. August 6 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--133. Screenplay by John Wilder, Jerry Ziegman, and Peggy Shaw. August 6 - 1965
  • Box 258:
  • Peyton Place--134. Screenplay by ? August 4 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--135. Screenplay by Rita Lakin and Sonya Roberts. August 9 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--136. Screenplay by Peggy Shaw and Rita Lakin. August 9 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--137. Screenplay by Sonya Roberts and Lionel E. Siegel. August 13 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--138. Screenplay by Michael Gleason and Carol Sobieski. August 13 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--139. Screenplay by Carol Sobieski and Peggy Shaw. August 20 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--140. Screenplay by Lionel E. Siegel and Sonya Roberts. August 20 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--155. Screenplay by Lionel E. Siegel and Rita Lakin. September 30 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--156. Screenplay by Jerry Ziegman, John Wilder, and Carol Sobieski. September 28 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--157. Screenplay by Michael Gleason and Lionel E. Siegel. October 1 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--158. Screenplay by Carol Sobieski, John Wilder, and Jerry Ziegman. October 8 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--159. Screenplay by Rita Lakin and Sonya Roberts. October 13 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--160. Screenplay by Carol Sobieski and Michael Gleason. October 13 - 1965
  • Box 259:
  • Peyton Place--161. Screenplay by Sonya Roberts, Jerry Ziegman, and John Wilder. October 8 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--162. Screenplay by Lionel E. Siegel and Rita Lakin. October 21 - 1965
  • Peyton Place--163. Screenplay by Lionel E. Siegel and Carol Sobieski. January 3 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--164. Screenplay by John Wilder, Jerry Ziegman, and Michael Gleason. January 4 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--165. Screenplay by Sonya Roberts and Rita Lakin. January 6 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--166. Screenplay by Rita Lakin, Jerry Ziegman, and John Wilder. January 10 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--167. Screenplay by Michael Gleason and Lionel E. Siegel. January 11 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--168. Screenplay by Carol Sobieski and Sonya Roberts. January 13 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--169. Screenplay by John Wilder, Jerry Ziegman, and Rita Lakin. January 17 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--170. Screenplay by Lionel E. Siegel and Sonya Roberts. January 18 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--171. Screenplay by Carol Sobieski and Michael Gleason. January 20 - 1966
  • Box 260:
  • Peyton Place--172. Screenplay by Sonya Roberts, Jerry Ziegman, and John Wilder. January 24 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--173. Screenplay by Michael Gleason and Carol Sobieski. January 25 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--174. Screenplay by Rita Lakin and Lionel E. Siegel. January 27 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--175. Screenplay by Carol Sobieski and Rita Lakin. January 31 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--176. Screenplay by John Wilder, Jerry Ziegman, and Sonya Roberts. February 1 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--177. Screenplay by Lionel E. Siegel and Michael Gleason. February 3 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--178. Screenplay by Rita Lakin and Carol Sobieski. February 7 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--179. Screenplay by Sonya Roberts and Rita Lakin. February 8 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--180. Screenplay by Jerry Ziegman, John Wilder, and Lionel E. Siegel. February 10 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--181. Screenplay by Rita Lakin, John Wilder, and Jerry Ziegman. February 14 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--182. Screenplay by Michael Gleason and Sonya Roberts. February 15 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--183. Screenplay by Lionel E. Siegel and Carol Sobieski. February 17 - 1966
  • Box 261:
  • Peyton Place--184. Screenplay by Carol Sobieski and Sonya Roberts. February 21 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--185. Screenplay by Jerry Ziegman, John Wilder, and Michael Gleason. February 22 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--186. Screenplay by Lionel E. Siegel and Rita Lakin. February 24 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--187. Screenplay by Michael Gleason and Carol Sobieski. February 28 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--188. Screenplay by Sonya Roberts, John Wilder, and Jerry Ziegman. March 1 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--189. Screenplay by Rita Lakin and Lionel E. Siegel. March 3 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--190. Screenplay by Jerry Ziegman, John Wilder, and Rita Lakin. March 7 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--191. Screenplay by Sonya Roberts and Michael Gleason. March 8 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--192. Screenplay by Carol Sobieski and Lionel E. Siegel. March 10 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--193. Screenplay by John Wilder, Jerry Ziegman, and Sonya Roberts. March 14 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--194. Screenplay by Rita Lakin and Michael Gleason. March 17 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--195. Screenplay by Lionel E. Siegel and Carol Sobieski. March 17 - 1966
  • Box 262:
  • Peyton Place--196. Screenplay by Jerry Ziegman, John Wilder, and Lionel E. Siegel. March 21 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--197. Screenplay by Michael Gleason and Carol Sobieski. March 22 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--199. Screenplay by Lionel E. Siegel, John Wilder, and Jerry Ziegman. March 28 - 1966
  • Peyton Place--200. Screenplay by Carol Sobieski and Michael Gleason. March 29 - 1966
  • Phone Call from a Stranger. Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. Based on a story by I.A.R. Wylie. December 21 - 1951
  • Pickup on South Street. Screenplay by Samuel Fuller. Based on a story by Dwight Taylor. March 23 - 1953
  • Pied Piper, The. Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. Based on the Collier's novel by Nevil Shute. July 17 - 1942
  • Box 263:
  • Pier 13. Screenplay by Stanley Rauh and Clark Andrews. Based on a story by Barry Conners and Philip Klein. June 25 - 1940
  • Pinky. Screenplay by Philip Dunne and Dudley Nichols. Based on a novel by Cid Ricketts Sumner. October 3 - 1949
  • Pirates of Tortuga. Screenplay by Melvin Levy, Jesse L. Laske, Jr. and Pat Silver. Based on a story by Melvin Levy. May 5 - 1961
  • Plague of the Zombies, The. Screenplay by Peter Bryan. December 27 - 1965
  • Box 264:
  • Planet of the Apes (CDM/NA, 207p.; also CDM "Combination Title Book," 206p). Screenplay by Michael Wilson and Rod Serling. Based on the novel by Pierre Boulle. February - 1968
  • Pleasure Crazed (SP/carbon typescript, 69p). Scenario by Douglas Z. Doty. Story "Scent of Sweet Almonds" by Monckton Hoffe. April 18 - 1962
  • Pleasure Cruise (CDS/mimeograph, 59p; also Spanish dialogue from screen with interlinear English). Scenario by Guy Bolton. Story by Austin Allen. January 24 - 1933
  • Pleasure Seekers, The (SP, "Final," 135p; also CDS Edited Book, 185p, and CDS/NA, 185p). Screenplay by Edith Sommer. Based on a novel by John H. Secondari. December 4 - 1964
  • Box 265:
  • Plunder Road. Screenplay by Steven Ritch. Story by Steven Ritch and Jack Charney. October 7 - 1957
  • Un Poker di Pistole. Screenplay by Augusto Caminito and E. Fernando Di Leo. Date ?
  • Police Nurse. Screenplay by Harry Spalding. March 21 - 1963
  • Pony Soldier. Screenplay by John C. Higgins. Based on a Saturday Evening Post story by Garnett Weston. October 22 - 1952
  • Box 266:
  • Poor Leopard, Poor Leopard. Screenplay by Irene Kamp. Date ?
  • Poor Little Rich Girl. Screenplay by Sam Hellman, Gladys Lehman, and Harry Tugend. Suggested by the story by Eleanor Gates and Ralph Spence. June 2 - 1936
  • Postman Didn't Ring, The. Screenplay by Mortimer Braus. Original story by Mortimer Braus and Leon Ware. June 5 - 1942
  • Powder River. Screenplay by Geoffrey Homes. From a story by Sam Hellman. Based on the book by Stuart N. Lake. April 9 - 1953
  • Praying Mantises. Screenplay by Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall. October 7 - 1963
  • Box 267:
  • Prehistoric Women. Screenplay by Henry Younger. July 7 - 1966
  • President's Lady, The. Screenplay by John Patrick. Based on a novel by Irving Stone - 1953
  • Pretty Poison. Screenplay by Lorenzo Semple, Jr. Based on a novel by Stephen Geller. May 13 - 1968
  • Pride of St. Louis. Screenplay by Herman J. Mankiewicz. Based on a story by Guy Trosper. June - 1952
  • Box 268:
  • Prince of Players. Screenplay by Moss Hart. Based on the book by Eleanor Ruggles. December 30 - 1954
  • Prince Valiant. Screenplay by Dudley Nichols. Based on King Features Syndicate's "Prince Valiant" by Harold Foster. March 31 - 1954
  • Princess of the Nile. Screenplay by Gerald Drayson Adams. June 25 - 1954
  • Private Nurse. Screenplay by Samuel G. Engel. July 15 - 1941
  • Box 269:
  • Private's Affair, A. Screenplay by Winston Miller. Based on a story by Ray Livingston Murphy. July 17 - 1959
  • Production 108--Marian Anderson. Screenplay by ? Date?
  • Production 105--Gregor Piatigorsky. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Production 109--Andres Segovia. Screenplay by ? February 24 - 1951
  • Production 107--Trio. Screenplay by Ronald Kibbee? July 25 - 1950
  • Production 110--Elen Dosia and Eugene Conley. Screenplay by ? May 5 - 1951
  • Professional Soldier. Screenplay by Gene Fowler and Howard Smith. Based on a story by Damon Runyon. December 23 - 1935
  • Promise at Dawn. First draft screen adaptation by Andrew Sarris. Based on the novel by Roman Gary, the play "First Love" by Samuel Taylor, and the screenplay "Promise at Dawn" by Sidney Buchman. March 9 - 1964
  • Protection. Screenplay by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan. Story "Scarehead" by J. Clarkson Miller. October 3 - 1928
  • Box 270:
  • Proud Ones, The. Screenplay by Edmund North and Joseph Petracca. From the novel by Verne Athanas. May 16 - 1956
  • Public Deb No. 1. Screenplay by Karl Tunberg and Darrell Ware. Story by Karl Turnberg and Don Ettlinger. August 28 - 1940
  • Punts and Stunts. Screenplay by Joe Wills. May 12 - 1955
  • Purple Hills, The. Screenplay by Edith Cash Pearl and Russ Bender - 1961
  • Pursued. Screenplay by Lester Cole and Stuart Anthony. Adaptation from the story "The Painted Lady" by Larry Evans. August 2 - 1934
  • Box 271:
  • Queen of Babylon, The. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Queen's Guards, The. Screenplay by Roger Milner. From an idea by Simon Harcourt-Smith. August - 1961
  • Quick Millions. Screenplay by Joseph Hoffman and Stanley Rauh. Original story by Joseph Hoffman and Buster Keaton. July 24 - 1939
  • Quiet Gun, The. Screenplay by Eric Worden. Adapted from the screen by Eric Worden and Earle Lyon. From the novel "Lawman" by Lauran Paine - 1956
  • Quiet, Please, Murder. Screenplay by John Larkin. From a story by Lawrence G. Blochman. November 25 - 1942
  • Box 272:
  • Quiller Memorandum, The. Screenplay by Harold Pinter. Based on a novel by Adam Hall - 1967
  • Racers, The. Screenplay by Charles Kaufman. From a novel by Hans Ruesch. February - 1955
  • Racing Blood. Screenplay by Sam Roeca. Story by Sam Roeca and Wesley Barry. February 4 - 1954
  • Rackety Rax. Scenario by Ben Markman and Lou Breslow. Story by Joel Sayre. August 24 - 1932
  • Raid, The. Screenplay by Sydney Boehm. Story by Francis Cockrell. Based on "Affair at St. Albans" by Herbert Ravenal Sass. August 5 - 1954
  • Box 273:
  • Raiders from Beneath the Sea. Screenplay by Harry Spalding. From a story by F. Paul Hall. December 10 - 1964
  • Rainbow Trail. Screenplay by Philip Klein and Barry Connors. Based on the novel by Louis Bromfield. December 13 - 1955
  • Rains of Ranchipur, The. Screenplay by Merle Miller. Based on the novel by Louis Bromfield. December 13 - 1955
  • Box 274:
  • Rally Round the Flag, Boys. Screenplay by Claude Binyon and Leo McCarey. From the novel by Max Shulman - 1958
  • Rapture. Screenplay by Stanley Mann. Based on the novel "Rapture in My Rags" by Phyllis Hastings. Treatment by Ennio Flainanio. July 7 - 1967
  • Box 275:
  • Rasputin--The Mad Monk. Screenplay by John Elder. December 9 - 1965
  • Rawhide. Screenplay by Dudley Nichols. January 2 - 1951
  • Razor's Edge, The. Screenplay by Lamar Trotti. From the novel by W. Somerset Maugham. December 5 - 1946
  • Red Skies of Montana. Screenplay by Harry Kleiner. Based on the story by Art Cohn. January 17 - 1952
  • Box 276:
  • Redheads on Parade. Screenplay by Don Hartman and Rian James. Story by Gertrude Purcell, Jay Gerney and Don Hartman. July 20 - 1935
  • Remarkable Mr. Kipps, The. Screenplay by Sydney Gilliat. Based on a story by H.G. Wells. September 18 - 1941
  • Remarkable Mr. Pennypacker, The. Screenplay by Walter Reisch. Based on the play by Liam O'Brien. November 10 - 1958
  • Remember the Day. Screenplay by Tess Slesinger, Frank Davis, and Allan Scott. Based on a play by Philo Higley and Philip Dunning. December 17 - 1941
  • Box 277:
  • Rendezvous 24. Screenplay by Aubrey Wisberg. March 26 - 1946
  • Reptile, The. Screenplay by John Elder - 1966
  • Requiem for a Nun. Screenplay by James Poe. December 4 - 1959
  • Restless Breed, The. Screenplay by Steve Fisher. Date ?
  • Return of Mr. Moto. Screenplay by Fred Eggers - 1965
  • Box 278:
  • Return of the Fly. Screenplay by Edward L. Bernds. Based on George Langelaan's short story "The Fly." May 18 - 1959
  • Return of the Texan. Screenplay by Dudley Nichols. Based on a novel by Fred Gipson. January 3 - 1952
  • Return to Peyton Place. Screenplay by Ronald Alexander. Based on the novel by Grace Metalious. May - 1961
  • Box 279:
  • Reunion. Screenplay by Sam Hellman, Gladys Lehman, and Sonya Levien. Based on the story by Bruce Gould. November 14 - 1936
  • Revolt at Dakala. Screenplay by Earl Felton. May 5 - 1961
  • Revolt of Mamie Stover, The. Screenplay by Sydney Boehm. From the novel by William Bradford Huie. April 26 - 1956
  • Reward, The. Screenplay by Serge Gourguignon and Oscar Millard. Based on the novel by Michael Barrett. June 1 - 1965
  • Richard D. Zanuck Product Promotion Short. Screenplay by ? - 1967-1968
  • Box 280:
  • Ride a Violent Mile. Screenplay by Eric Norden. Story by Charles Marquis Warren. September 18 - 1957
  • Riders of the Purple Sage. Scenario by Philip Klein and Barry Conners. Story by Zane Grey. July 13 - 1931
  • Right Approach, The. Screenplay by Fay and Michael Kanin. Based on a play by Garson Kanin. March 1 - 1961
  • Right to the Heart. Screenplay by Walter Bullock. Based on the story by Harold MacGrath. January 8 - 1942
  • Box 281:
  • Rings on Her Fingers. Screenplay by Ken Englund. Original story by Robert Pirosh and Joseph Schrank. March 9 - 1942
  • Rio Conchos. Screenplay by Joseph Landon and Clair Huffaker. Based on the novel by Clair Huffaker. August 28 - 1964
  • River, The. Scenario by Dwight Cummins. Adaptation by Philip Klein. Story by Tristram Tupper. June 11 - 1928
  • River Gambler. Screenplay by Jesse Lasky, Jr. and Pat Silver. December 9 - 1960
  • Box 282:
  • River of No Return. Screenplay by Frank Fenton. From a story by Louis Lantz. April 24 - 1954
  • River's Edge, The. Screenplay by Harold Jacob Smith and James Leicester. Based on the story "The Highest Mountain" by Harold Jacob Smith - 1957
  • Road House. Screenplay by Edward Chodorov. Story by Margaret Gruen and Oscar Saul. September 10 - 1948
  • Robbers' Roost. Scenario by Dudley Nichols. Story by Zane Grey. September 13 - 1932
  • Box 283:
  • Robe, The. Screenplay by Philip Dunne. Adaptation by Gina Kaus. From a novel by Lloyd C. Douglas. July 14 - 1953
  • Rockabilly Baby! Screenplay by Will George and William Driskill. August 28 - 1957
  • Box 284:
  • Rocket Man, The (original title: The Kid From Outer Space). Screenplay by Lenny Bruce and Jack Henley. From a story by George W. George and George F. Slavin. May 7 - 1954
  • Roger Touhy, Gangster. Screenplay by Crane Wilbur and Jerome Cady. Original story by Crane Wilbur. April 26 - 1944
  • Romance of the Rio Grande. Scenario by Marion Orth. Based on the story "The Conquistador" by Katharine Fullerton Gerould. August 9 - 1929
  • Romantic Widow, The. Screenplay by Jose Lopez Rubio and Paul Perez. Based on the novel "Sueno De Una Noche De Agosto" by Martinez Sierra. June 5 - 1933
  • Box 285:
  • Rookie, The. Screenplay by George O'Hanlon and Tommy Noonan. December 4 - 1959
  • Roots of Heaven, The. Screenplay by Romain Gary and Patrick Leigh-Fermor. October 16 - 1958
  • Box 286:
  • Rose of France. Screenplay by Jose Lopez Rubio. Based on a poetic comedy by Eduardo Marquina and Luis Fernandez Ardavin. August 17 - 1935
  • Rose of Washington Square. Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. Based on a story by John Larkin and Jerry Horwin. May 5 - 1939
  • Roses Are Red. Screenplay by Irving Elman. Story by Irving Ellman - 1957
  • Rough Romance. Scenario by Elliot Lester. Story "The Girl Not Wanted" by Kenneth B. Clark. January 2 - 1930
  • Royal Tour of Queen Elizabeth. Original narration by Gerald Sanger. June - 1954
  • Royal River. Screenplay by Silvia Richards. Story by Arthur Fitz-Richard. November 28 - 1952
  • Box 287:
  • Run Shadow Run. Screenplay by George Wells. March 3 - 1969
  • Rx Murder. Adaptation by Derek Twist and John Gossage. From the novel published in 1955 "The Deeds of Doctor Deadcert" by Joan Fleming - 1958
  • Saber Tooth. Screenplay by ? April 13 - 1954
  • Sad Horse, The. Screenplay by Charles Hoffman. Based on the story by Zoe Aiken. February 28 - 1959
  • Sailor of the King. Screenplay by Valentine Davies. June 24 - 1953
  • Box 288:
  • Sailor's Lady. Screenplay by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan. Original story by Frank Wead. June 24 - 1940
  • St. Bernard Story, The. Screenplay by Walter Reisch. August 3 - 1960
  • St. Valentine's Day Massacre, The. Screenplay by Howard Browne. May 25 - 1967
  • Saladin. Treatment by Gerald Drayson Ames. Based on the screenplay "Salah Al Din Al Ayouby" by Major Abdel Rahman and Abdel Fattah Mostafa. February 14 - 1961
  • Box 289:
  • Salah al Din al Ayouby. Screenplay by Major Abdel Rahman and Abdel Fattah Mostafa. Date?
  • Salammbo. Screenplay by Noel Langley. January 5 - 1958
  • Salute. Scenario by John Stone. Story by Tristram Tupper. May 8 - 1929
  • San Demetrio London. Screenplay by Robert Homer, Charles Frend, and F. Tennyson Jones. September 26 - 1944
  • Sanctuary. Screenplay by James Poe. Based on novels and a play by William Faulkner. Adapted for the stage by Ruth Ford and presented by The Theatre Guild and Meyers and Fleishmann. January 19 - 1961
  • Box 290:
  • Sand. Screenplay by Martin Berkeley and Jerome Cady. From the novel by Will James. May 5 - 1949
  • Sand Pebbles, The. Screenplay by Robert Anderson. December 28 - 1966
  • Box 291:
  • Sand Pebbles, The (continued)
  • Satan Never Sleeps. Screenplay by Claude Binyon and Leo McCarey. Based on the novel by Pearl S. Buck. March 9 - 1962
  • Box 292:
  • Say It With Music. Treatment by Irving Berlin and Lamar Trotti. Story by Irving Berlin. May 10 - 1939
  • Say One For Me. Screenplay by Robert O'Brien. June 3 - 1959
  • Scotland Yard. Dialogue by F.M. De La Torre. March 13 - 1931
  • Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay! Screenplay by F. Hugh Herbert. From a novel by George Agnew Chamberlain. March 12 - 1948
  • Box 293:
  • Sea Nymph. Screenplay by W.R. Burnett. Date ?
  • Sea Wife. Screenplay by George K. Burke. February 22 - 1957
  • Sea Wolf, The. Scenario by Ralph Block. Story by Jack London. June 2 - 1930
  • Seas Beneath, The. Scenario by Dudley Nichols. Story by James Parker, Jr. January 17 - 1931
  • Second Chance. Screenplay by Arnold Belgard. Original story by Lou Breslow and John Patrick - 1947
  • Box 294:
  • Second Fiddle. Screenplay by Harry Tugend. Based on a story by George Bradshaw. July 21 - 1939
  • Second Hand Wife. Scenario by Hamilton McFadden. Story by Kathleen Norris. September 26 - 1932
  • Second Sin, The. Screenplay by Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts. November 24 - 1961
  • Second Time Around, The. Screenplay by Oscar Saul and Cecil Dan Hansen. Based on a novel by Richard Emery Roberts - 1961
  • Box 295:
  • Secret Life of an American Wife, The. Screenplay by George Axelrod. March 11 - 1968
  • Secret of Convict Lake, The. Screenplay by Oscar Saul. Adaptation by Victor Trivas. From a story by Ann Hunger and Jack Pollexfen. August - 1951
  • Secret of the Purple Reef. Screenplay by Harold Yablonsky. From the Saturday Evening Post novel by Dorothy Cottrell - 1960
  • Box 296:
  • Secret World. Screenplay by Gerard Brach and Jackie Glass. July - 1969
  • Sentimental Journey. Screenplay by Samuel Hoffenstein and Elizabeth Reinhardt. Based on the story by Nelia Gardner White. January 31 - 1946
  • September Storm. Screenplay by ? - 1960
  • Servant's Entrance. Screenplay by Samson Raphaelson. Based on the novel by Sigrid Boo. July 26 - 1934
  • Seven Cities of Gold. Screenplay by Richard L. Breen and John C. Higgins. From a novel by Isabelle Gibson Ziegler. September 8 - 1955
  • Box 297:
  • Seven Faces. Screenplay by ? From the story "A Friend of Napoleon" by Richard Connell. October 23 - 1929
  • Seven Hills of Worcester. Screenplay by ? Based on the play "The Cold Wind and the Warm" by Sam Behrman. May - 1960
  • Seven Minutes, The. Screenplay by Richard Warren Lewis. Based on a novel by Irving Wallace. July 16 - 1971
  • Box 298:
  • Seven Women from Hell. Screenplay by Jesse Lasky, Jr. and Pat Silver - 1961
  • Seven Thieves. Screenplay by Sydney Boehm. Based on a novel by Max Catto. January 5 - 1960
  • Box 299:
  • Seven Year Itch, The. Screenplay by Billy Wilder and George Axelrod. Based on the play "The Seven Year Itch" as presented on the stage by Courtney Burr and Elliot Nugent. June 9 - 1955
  • Seventh Heaven. Screenplay by Melville Baker. Adapted from the stage play written by Austin Strong. March 13 - 1937
  • Shalako. Screenplay by J.J. Griffith, Hal Hopper, and Scot Finch. Screen story by Clark Reynolds. July - 1968
  • She Devil, The. Screenplay by Carroll Young and Kurt Neumann. From the story "The Adaptive Ultimate" by John Jessel - 1957
  • Box 300:
  • She Learned About Sailors. Screenplay by William Conselman and Henry Johnson. Story by Randall Faye. June 13 - 1934
  • She Was a Lady. Screenplay by Gertrude Purcell. Taken from the novel by Elizabeth Cobb. July 5 - 1934
  • Sheriff of Fractured Jaw, The. Screenplay by Arthur Dales. From a short story by Jacob Hay. October 30 - 1958
  • Ship Called San Pablo, A. Screenplay by Theodore Taylor. November - 1966
  • Shipyard Sally. Screenplay by Karl Turnberg and Don Ettlinger. September 8 - 1939
  • Shock. Screenplay by Eugene Ling. Based on the story by Albert de Mond. Additional dialogue by Martin Berkeley. January 3 - 1946
  • Box 301:
  • Shock Treatment. Screenplay by Sydney Boehm. Based on the novel by Winfred Van Atta. January 17 - 1964
  • Shocking Miss Pilgrim, The. Screenplay by George Seaton. From a story by Ernest and Frederica Maas. January 6 - 1947
  • Shooting High. Screenplay by Lou Breslow and Harry Akst. January 20 - 1939
  • Box 302:
  • Short Cut, The. Screenplay by Jules Dassin. Adapted for the screen from the novel by Ennio Flaiano. October 17 - 1960
  • Show Them No Mercy. Screenplay by Henry Lehrman. Story by Kubec Glasmon. October 25 - 1935
  • Showdown at Boot Hill. Screenplay by Louis Vites. December 2 - 1957
  • Sicilians, The. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Siege at Red River, The. Screenplay by Sydney Boehm. From a story by J. Robert Bren and Gladys Atwater. March 22 - 1954
  • Box 303:
  • Sierra Baron. Screenplay by Houston Branch. Based on the novel "Sierra Baron" by Thomas Wakefield Blackburn. May 20 - 1958
  • Signore Signiori. Screenplay by Pietro Germi, Luciano Vincenzoni, Agenore Incrocci, and Furio Scarpelli. Date ?
  • Box 304:
  • Signore Signiori (continued)
  • Silent Call, The. Screenplay by Tom Maruzzi - 1961
  • Silk Legs. Screenplay by Paul Perez. Spanish version by Jose Lopez Rubio. July 11 - 1935
  • Silver Whip, The. Screenplay by Jesse L. Lasky, Jr. From a novel by Jack Schaefer - 1953
  • Box 305:
  • Sin Sister, The. Scenario by Harry Behn and Andrew Bennison. Story "White Fury" by Ray Flynn. July 26 - 1928
  • Sing Boy Sing. Screenplay by Claude Binyon. Based on the story by Paul Monash - 1958
  • Sink the Bismarck. Screenplay by Edmund H. North. Based on the novel by C.S. Forester - 1960
  • Box 306:
  • Sitting Pretty. Screenplay by F. Hugh Herbert. October 15 - 1947
  • Six Hours to Live. Scenario by Bradley King. Based on the play "Auf Wiedershen" by Gordon Merris and Morton Barteaux. April 6 - 1932
  • Sixth of June, The. Screenplay by Ivan Moffat and Harry Brown. Based on the novel by Lionel Shapiro. June 4 - 1956
  • Box 307:
  • Skyline. Screenplay by Kenyon Nicholson and Dudley Nichols. Story by Felix Reisenberg. Date ?
  • Slattery's Hurricane. Screenplay by Herman Wouk and Richard Murphy. From a story by Herman Wouk. August 1 - 1949
  • Slave Ship. Screenplay by Sam Hellman, Lamar Trotti, and Gladys Lehman. Story by William Faulkner. Based on the novel by George S. King. June 15 - 1937
  • Sleepers East. Screenplay by Lester Cole. From the novel by Frederick Nebel. December 14 - 1933
  • Sleepers West. Screenplay by Lou Breslow and Stanley Rauh. Based on the novel by Frederick Nebel and the character "Michael Shayne" created by Brett Halliday. February 28 - 1941
  • Sleeping Car Murder, The. Screenplay by ? Date ? From the novel by Sebastien Japrisot
  • Small Town Deb. Screenplay by Ethel Hill. Original story by Jerrie Walters. September 24 - 1941
  • Smashmaster. Screenplay by Larry Markes and Michael Morris. March 10 - 1964
  • Box 308:
  • Smiley. Screenplay by Moore Raymond and Anthony Kimmins. Original story by Moore Raymond - 1956
  • Smiley Gets a Gun. Screenplay by Anthony Kimmins and Rex Rienits. From the novel by Moore Raymond - 1958
  • Smoke Lightning. Scenario by Gordon Riley and Sidney Mitchell. Story by Zane Grey. November 14 - 1932
  • Box 309:
  • Smoky I. Screenplay by Lillie Hayward, Dwight Cummins, and Dorothy Yost. Based on the novel by Will James. June 12 - 1946
  • Smoky II. Screenplay by Harold Medford. Based on the screenplay by Lillie Hayward, Dwight Cummins, and Dorothy Yost. From the novel by Will James - 1966
  • Box 310:
  • Snake Pit, The. Screenplay by Frank Partos and Miller Brand. Based on the novel by Mary Jane Ward. October 28 - 1948
  • Sniper's Ridge. Screenplay by Tom Maruzzi - 1960
  • Snow Birch, The. Screenplay by Sydney Boehm. September 22 - 1958
  • Snow White and the Three Stooges. Screenplay by Noel Langley and Ellwood Ullman. Based on a story by Charles Wick - 1961
  • Box 311:
  • Snows of Kilimanjaro, The. Screenplay by Casey Robinson. Based on the novel by Ernest Hemmingway. September 15 - 1952
  • So This is London. Screenplay by Owen Davis. February 22 - 1930
  • Sob Sister. Scenario by Edwin Burke. Story by Mildred Gilman. August 3 - 1931
  • Society Girl. Screenplay by ? August 4 - 1932
  • Box 312:
  • Soldier of Fortune. Screenplay by Ernest K. Gann. From the novel by Ernest K. Gann. May 25 - 1955
  • Solo. Screenplay by Sydney Boehm. October 17 - 1960
  • Something for the Birds. Screenplay by I.A.L. Diamond and Boris Ingster. Based on the stories by Boris Ingster, Alvin M. Josephy, and Joseph Petracca - 1953
  • Box 313:
  • Something for the Boys. Screenplay by Robert Ellis, Helen Logan and Frank Gabrielson. Based on the musical Comedy "Something For the Boys." November 21 - 1944
  • Something's Got to Give. Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. Based on the screenplay by Edmund Hartmann. March 22 - 1962
  • Somewhere in the Night. Screenplay by Howard Dimsdale and Joseph L. Mankiewicz. Adaptation by Lee Strasberg, from a story by Marvin Borowsky. May 9 - 1946
  • Son of Fury. Screenplay by Philip Dunne. Based on "Benjamin Blake" by Edison Marshall. January 3 - 1942
  • Son of Robin Hood. Screenplay by George George and George Slavin. Date ?
  • Box 314:
  • Song O'My Heart. Scenario by Sonya Levien. From the story "I Hear You Calling" by Tom Barry. November 25 - 1929
  • Song of Bernadette. Screenplay by George Seaton. From the novel by Franz Werfel - 1943
  • Song of Kentucky, A. Scenario by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan. Story by Sidney Mitchell, Con Conrad, and Archie Gottler. August 1 - 1929
  • Sons and Lovers. Screenplay by Gavin Lambert and T.E.B. Clarke. Based on the novel by D.H. Lawrence - 1960
  • Sorcerer's Apprentice, The. English text by Dennis Arundell. From "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. June 10 - 1955
  • Box 315:
  • Sound and the Fury, The. Screenplay by Irving Ravetch and Harriet Frank, Jr. Based on "The Sound and the Fury" by William Faulkner. February 11 - 1959
  • Sound of Music, The. Screenplay by Ernest Lehman. From the stage musical with music and lyrics by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. Book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Originally produced for the stage by Leland Hayward, Richard Rodgers, and Oscar Hammerstein II. February 11 - 1965
  • Box 316:
  • Sound of Music, The (continued)
  • Soup to Nuts. Scenario by Rube Goldberg. June 19 - 1930
  • South by Java Head. Screenplay by Danny Fuchs. November 24 - 1959
  • South Pacific. Screenplay by Paul Osborn. Adapted from the play "South Pacific" by Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II, and Joshua Logan. Based on "Tales of the South Pacific" By James A. Michener. Originally produced on the stage by Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II, Leland Hayward, and Joshua Logan. July 22 - 1958
  • Box 317:
  • South Pacific (continued)
  • South Sea Rose. Scenario by Sonya Levien. Story by Tom Cushing. September 9 - 1929
  • Spaceflight. Screenplay by Henry Cross. July 27 - 1965
  • Spacemaster X7. Screenplay by George Worthing Yates and Daniel Mainwaring. June 11 - 1958
  • Speakeasy. Scenario by Edwin Burke and F.H. Brennan. Story by Edward Knoblock and George Rosener. December 26 - 1928
  • Box 318:
  • Speed to Burn. Screenplay by Robert Ellis and Helen Logan. Based on the original story by Edwin Dial Torgerson. June 8 - 1938
  • Spider, The. Screenplay by Jo Eisinger and Scott Darling. Based on the play by Charles Fulton Oursler and Lowell Brentano. September 4 - 1945
  • Spring Tonic. Screenplay by Patterson McNutt and H.W. Hareman. Comedy sequences by Frank Griffin. From the play "Man Eating Tiger" by Ben Hecht and Rose Caylor. Adaptation by Howard I. Young. April 5 - 1935
  • Springtime for Henry. Screenplay by Keene Thompson and Frank Tuttle. From the play by Ben N. Levy. May 7 - 1934
  • Springtime in Autumn. Screenplay by Jose Lopez Rubio and John Reinhardt. Based on the novel by Martinez Sierra "Primaver en Otono." Date ?
  • Spy, The. Scenario by Ernest Pascal and Robert Presnell. Story "Network" by Ernest Pascal. September 30 - 1930
  • Squad Car. Screenplay by E.M. Parsons and Scott Flohr - 1960
  • Box 319:
  • Stagecoach. Screenplay by Joseph Landon. Based on the screenplay by Dudley Nichols. From a story by Ernest Haycox. February 10 - 1966
  • Stagecoach to Fury. Screenplay by Eric Norden. Story by Eric Norden and Earl R. Lyon. April 20 - 1956
  • Box 320:
  • Stagecoach Wheels. Screenplay by ? April 12 - 1966
  • Staircase. Screenplay by Charles Dryer. Based on the play "Staircase" by Charles Dryer. May - 1962
  • Star, The. Screenplay by Dale Eunson and Katherine Albert. January 30 - 1953
  • Box 321:
  • Star! Screenplay by George Hinkle. June - 1968
  • Star Dust. Screenplay by Robert Ellis and Helen Logan. Based on the story by Jesse Malo, Kenneth Earl, and Ivan Kahn. March 26 - 1940
  • Box 322:
  • Stars & Stripes Forever. Screenplay by Lamar Trotti. Based on "Marching Along" by John Philip Sousa. November 14 - 1952
  • State Fair. Screenplay by Oscar Hammerstein II. From a novel by Philip Stong. Adaptation by Sonya Levien and Paul Green. August 17 - 1945
  • State Fair. Screenplay by Richard Breen. Adaptation by Oscar Hammerstein II, Sonya Levien, and Paul Green. From a novel by Philip Stong. March 21 - 1962
  • Box 323:
  • Steel Trap, The. Screenplay by Andrew Stone - 1952
  • Stella. Screenplay by Claude Binyon. Based on the novel by Doris Miles Disney. February 27 - 1950
  • Stepping Sisters. Screenplay by William Conselman. Story by Howard Warren Comstock. October 21 - 1931
  • Box 324:
  • Stop, Look and Love. Screenplay by Harold Tarshins and Sada Cowan. Based on the play "The Family Upstairs" by Harry Delf. July 21 - 1939
  • Stopover: Tokyo. Screenplay by Richard L. Breen and Walter Reisch. Based on the novel by John P. Marquand. October 7 - 1957
  • Storm Rider, The. Screenplay by Edward Bernds and Don Martin. From the novel by L.L. Foreman. December 19 - 1956
  • Box 325:
  • Stormy Weather. Screenplay by Frederick Jackson and Ted Koehler. Adaptation by H.S. Kraft. From an original story by Jerry Horwin and Seymour B. Robinson. June 1 - 1943
  • Story of Ruth, The. Screenplay by Norman Corwin. May 5 - 1960
  • Box 326:
  • Story on Page One, The. Screenplay by Clifford Odets - 1960
  • Stowaway. Screenplay by ? June 2 - 1936
  • Box 327:
  • Strange Journey. Screenplay by Charles Kenyon and Irving Elman. Original story by Charles Kenyon. April 13 - 1946
  • Strange Triangle. Screenplay by Mortimer Braus. Adaptation by Charles G. Booth. From a story by Jack Andrews. March 12 - 1946
  • Street of Memories. Screenplay by Robert Lees and Frederic I. Rinaldo. July 29 - 1940
  • Street With No Name, The. Screenplay by Harry Kleiner. July 8 - 1948
  • Box 328:
  • Stripper, The. Screenplay by Meade Roberts. Based on the play "A Loss of Roses" by William Inge - 1963
  • Successor, The. Play by Reinhard Raffalt. English version by Steven Vas. October - 1962
  • Sullivans, The. Screenplay by Mary C. McCall, Jr. Story by Edward Doherty and Jules Schermer. February 7 - 1944
  • Summer Song. Arranged for the stage by Bernard Grun. A story of the New World by Hy Kraft and Eric Maschwitz. December - 1955
  • Sun Also Rises, The. Screenplay by Peter Viertel. Based on the novel by Ernest Hemmingway. August 29 - 1957
  • Box 329:
  • Sunday Dinner for a Sailor. Screenplay by Wanda Tuchock and Melven Levy. Based on a story by Martha Cheavens. January 12 - 1945
  • Sunnyside Up. Scenario by David Butler. Story by Buddy G. Desylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson. June 25 - 1929
  • Superman's Peril. Screenplay by Jackson Gillis and David Chantler - 1953
  • Superman: A Ghost for Scotland Yard. Screenplay by Jackson Gillis - 1953
  • Superman in Exile. Screenplay by Jackson Gillis - 1953
  • Box 330:
  • Superman Flies Again. Screenplay by David Chantler - 1953
  • Superman and the Jungle Devil. Screenplay by David Chantler and Peter Dixon - 1953
  • Surf Party. Screenplay by Harry Spalding. December 5 - 1963
  • Surrender. Scenario by S.N. Behrman and Sonya Levien. Story by Pierre Benoit. September 1 - 1931
  • Swanee River. Screenplay by John Taintor Foote and Philip Dunne. August 10 - 1939
  • Box 331:
  • Swanee River (continued)
  • Sweet and Low Down. Screenplay by Richard English. Original story by Richard English and Edward Haldeman. August 14 - 1944
  • Sweet Ride, The. Screenplay by Tom Mankiewicz. Based on the novel by William Murray. February 9 - 1968
  • Sweet Rosy O'Grady. Screenplay by Ken Englund. Based on stories by William R. Lipman, Frederick Stephani, and Edward Van Every. October 1 - 1943
  • Swift Season, The. Screenplay by Paul Osborn. September 1 - 1959
  • Box 332:
  • Swingin' Along. Screenplay by Jameson Brewer. March 2 - 1962
  • Sword of Monte Cristo, The. Screenplay by Maurice Geraghty. From the novel by Alexandre Dumas. November 28 - 1950
  • Take Care of My Little Girl. Screenplay by Julius J. and Philip G. Epstein. Based on the novel by Peggy Goodin. April 18 - 1951
  • Box 333:
  • Take Her, She's Mine. Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. Based on the play by Phoebe and Henry Ephron. Produced on the stage by Harold S. Prince - 1963
  • Take It or Leave It. Screenplay by Harold Buchman, Snag Werris, and Mac Benoff. July 12 - 1944
  • Take the Air. Screenplay by Donald Prescott. Date ?
  • Box 334:
  • Tall, Dark & Handsome. Screenplay by Karl Tunberg and Darrell Ware. January 20 - 1941
  • Tall Men, The. Screenplay by Sydney Boehm and Frank Nugent. From the novel by Clay Fisher. Date ?
  • My Twin Sister. Created and written by George Axelrod. October 12 - 1965
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The (Formerly "My Twin Sister") Pilot. Created and written by George Axelrod. October 18 - 1965
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: How I Saved the Opera, Or Did I? Screenplay by Harry Winkler and Hannibal Coons. May 17 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: How To Steal a Girl Even If It's Only Me. Screenplay by Roland Wolpert. May 23 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: The Ski's The Limit. Screenplay by Charles Marion and Irving Cummings. May 31 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: Positively Made in Paris. Screenplay by Stan Dreben and Howard Merrill. June 1 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: How to Steal a Girl Even If It's Only Me. Screenplay by Roland Wolpert. June 3 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: Tammy Hits Las Vegas, or Vice Versa. Screenplay by Hannibal Coons and Harry Winkler. June 7 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: Officer's Mess. Screenplay by Ralph Goodman. June 7 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: Send a Rich Girl to Camp This Summer. Screenplay by Gene Thompson. June 10 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: George Washington Didn't Sleep Here. Screenplay by Jack Raymond and Sid Morse. June 10 - 1966
  • Box 335:
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: Give Her Back to the Indians. Screenplay by George F. Slavin and Stanley Adams. June 13 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: How to Steal a Girl Even If It's Only Me. Screenplay by Roland Wolpert. June 14 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: Positively Made In Paris. Screenplay by Stan Dreben and Howard Merrill. June 14 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: Tammy Hits Las Vegas, or Vice Versa. Screenplay by Hannibal Coons and Harry Winkler. June 15 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: The Ski's The Limit. Screenplay by Charles Marion and Irving Cummings. June 16 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: Tammy Hits Las Vegas, or Vice Versa. Screenplay by Hannibal Coons and Harry Winkler. June 17 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: Positively Made in Paris. Screenplay by Stan Dreben and Howard Merrill. June 23 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: The Great Charge Account War. Screenplay by Bill O'Hallaren. June 24 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: Positively Made in Paris. Screenplay by Stan Dreben and Howard Merrill. June 28 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: Officer's Mess. Screenplay by Ralph Goodman. June 29 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: Tammy Hits Las Vegas, or Vice Versa. Screenplay by Hannibal Coons and Harry Winkler. July 1 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: Positively Made in Paris. Screenplay by Stan Dreben and Howard Merrill. July 11 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: Positively Made in Paris. Screenplay by Stan Dreben and Howard Merrill. July 13 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: A Funny Thing Happened to Me on the Way to the Studio. Teleplay by Alex Gottlieb. Story by Bob Reitman and Don Garey. July 13 - 1966
  • Rammy Grimes Show, The: George Washington Didn't Sleep Here. Screenplay by Jack Raymond and Sid Morse. July 19 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: Diamonds Are A Bird's Best Friend. Screenplay by John Barbour and Whitey Mitchell. July 19 - 1966
  • Tammy Gries Show, The: Send a Rich Girl to Camp This Summer. Screenplay by Gene Thompson. July 21 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: Send a Rich Girl to Camp This Summer. Screenplay by Gene Thompson. July 29 - 1966
  • Box 336:
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: It's In The Bag, Dad. Screenplay by Hal Biller. August 3 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: George Washington Didn't Sleep Here. Screenplay by Jack Raymond and Sid Morse. August 5 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: Tamantha Nightingale Rides Again. Screenplay by Al Gordon and Hal Goldman. August 12 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: Diamonds Are A Bird's Best Friend. Screenplay by John Barbour and Whitey Mitchell. August 16 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: Tammy Plays Cupid. Screenplay by Stan Dreben and Howard Merrill. August 19 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: Tamantha Nightingale Rides Again. Screenplay by Al Gordon and Hal Goldman. August 22 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: Tamantha Nightingale Rides Again. Screenplay by Al Gordon and Hal Goldman. August 23 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: A Funny Thing Happened to Me on the Way to the Studio. Teleplay by Alex Gottlieb. Story by Bob Reitman and Don Garey. August 25 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: Tammy Plays Cupid. Screenplay by Stan Dreben and Howard Merrill. August 30 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: Tammy Plays Cupid. Screenplay by Stan Dreben and Howard Merrill. August 31 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: It's In the Bag, Dad. Screenplay by Hal Biller. September 7 - 1966
  • Tammy Grimes Show, The: The Great Charge Account War. Screenplay by Bill O'Hallaren. September 12 - 1966
  • Tampico. Screenplay by Kenneth Gamet, Fred Niblo, Jr. and Richard Macaulay. Original story and adaptation by Ladislas Fodor. March 28 - 1944
  • Taxi. Screenplay by D.M. Marshman, Jr. and Daniel Fuchs. Screen story by Hans Jacoby and Fred Brady. From "Sans Laisser D'Adresse" by Alex Joffe and Jean Paul LeChanois. December 31 - 1952
  • Box 337:
  • Tchin-Tchin (SP, about 100p; also SP, another version, 95p). Adaptation by Sidney Michaels. Based on the play "Tchin--Tchin" by Francois Billetdoux - 1962
  • Teen-age Rebel (SP, "Final") 119p; also CDS Edited Book, 181p, and CDS/NA with printed notes for subtitle translation). Screenplay by Walter Reisch and Charles Brackett. From the play by Edith Sommer. December 17 - 1956
  • Temple Tower (SP, 46p). Screenplay by Llewellyn Hughes. December 20 - 1929
  • 10 Dollar Raise (CDS/mimeograph, dialogue only, 46p). Screenplay by Henry Johnson and Louis Breslow. March 14 - 1935
  • Box 338:
  • Ten Feet Tall. Screenplay by Cyril Hume and Richard Maibaum. February 13 - 1956
  • Ten Gentlemen from West Point. Screenplay by Richard Maibaum. Additional dialogue by George Seaton. Suggested by a story by Malvin Wald. May 27 - 1942
  • Ten North Frederick. Screenplay by Philip Dunne. From the novel by John O'Hara. April 28 - 1958
  • Box 339:
  • Tender is the Night. Screenplay by Ivan Moffat. Based on the novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald. December 28 - 1961
  • Tender Years, The. Screenplay by Jack Jungmeyer, Jr. and Arnold Belgard. Adaptation by Abem Finkel. From a story by Jack Jungmeyer, Jr. December 11 - 1947
  • Terror in Tokyo. Adaptation by Terence Young and Pierre Foucaud. Dialogue by Marcel Mithois. Based on the novel by Jean Bruce. April - 1968
  • Tess of the Storm Country (missing). Screenplay by Charles Lang. From the novel by Grace Miller White and the dramatization by Rupert Hughes - 1960
  • Box 340:
  • That Tennessee Beat. Screenplay by Paul Schneider. September 9 - 1966
  • That Fine Italian Hand. Screenplay by Irving Brecher. March 16 - 1964
  • That Lady. Screenplay by Anthony Veiller and Sy Bartlett. From the novel by Kate O'Brien - 1955
  • That Lady in Ermine. Screenplay by Samson Raphaelson. July 28 - 1948
  • Box 341:
  • That Other Woman. Screenplay by Jack Jungmeyer, Jr. September 30 - 1948
  • That Wonderful Urge. Screenplay by Jay Dratler. From a story by William R. Lipman and Frederick Stephani. December 30 - 1948
  • Their Mad Moment. Scenario by Leon Gordo. From the story "Basquerie" by Eleanor Merceir. November 7 - 1930
  • Them Monroes. Screenplay by Donald S. Sanford. April 26 - 1966
  • There's No Business Like Show Business. Screenplay by Phoebe and Henry Ephron. From a story by Lamar Trotti. May 12 - 1954
  • Box 342:
  • These Thousand Hills. Screenplay by Alfred Hayes. From the novel by A.V. Guthrie, Jr. January 8 - 1959
  • They Came By Night. Screenplay by Sidney Gilliat and Michael Pertwee. Adapted from the play by Barre Lyndon. March 8 - 1940
  • They Came to Blow Up America. Screenplay by Aubrey Wisberg. Original story by Michael Jacoby. March 12 - 1943
  • They Had to See Paris. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Box 343:
  • Thief of Venice, The. Screenplay by Jesse L. Lasky, Jr. From an original story by Michael Pertwee. November 4 - 1952
  • Thieves' Highway. Screenplay by A.I. Bezzerides. Based on his novel "Thieves' Market." August 19 - 1949
  • Third Secret, The. Screenplay by Robert L. Joseph - 1964
  • Box 344:
  • Third Voice, The. Screenplay by Hubert Cornfield. Based on the novel "All the Way" by Charles Williams. January 8 - 1960
  • 13 Fighting Men. Screenplay by Robert Hammer and Jack Thomas. February 12 - 1960
  • Thirteen Lead Soldiers. Screenplay by Irving Elman. Adaptation by Dwight B. Babcock. From the original story "Sapper" - 1968
  • Thirteenth Letter, The. Screenplay by Howard Koch. Based on a story by Louis Chavance. February - 1951
  • Thirty Years of Fun. Screenplay by Robert Youngson - 1962
  • Box 345:
  • 39 Steps, The. Screenplay by Frank Harvey. Based on the novel by John Buchan. September 3 - 1959
  • 36 Hours to Kill. Screenplay by Lou Breslow and John Patrick. Based on the original story by W.R. Burnett. July 20 - 1936
  • This Is the Life. Screenplay by Lamar Trotti and Arthur Horman. Original story by Gene Towne and Graham Baker. August 31 - 1935
  • This Was a Woman. Screenplay by Val Valentine. January - 1948
  • Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines. Screenplay by Jack Davies and Ken Annakin - 1965
  • Box 346:
  • Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines (continued)
  • Those Brave Men. Screenplay by Philip Dunne. Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning articles by Anthony Lewis - 1957
  • Three Came Home. Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. Based on the book by Agnes Newton Keith. November 11 - 1949
  • Box 347:
  • Three Coins in the Fountain. Screenplay by John Patrick. From a novel by John H. Secondari. May 24 - 1954
  • Three Faces of Eve, The. Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. From the book by Corbett H. Thigpen, M.D. and Hervey M. Cleckley, M.D. August - 1957
  • Box 348:
  • 300 Spartans. Screenplay by George St. George. Based on the original story material of Ugo Liberatore, Remigio Del Grosso, Giovanni d'Eramo, Gian Paolo Callegari. Historical story advisor Paul Nord - 1961
  • 365 Nights in Hollywood. Screenplay by William Counselman and Henry Johnson. From the story by James Starr. September 22 - 1934
  • Three Little Girls in Blue. Screenplay by Valentine Davies. Adaptation by Brown Holmes, Lynn Starling, Robert Ellis and Helen Logan. From a play by Stephen Powys. October 4 - 1946
  • Three on a Honeymoon. Screenplay by Edward T. Lowe and Richmond Van Sickle. Based on a story by Ishbel Ross. February 27 - 1934
  • Three Sisters. Scenario by James Kelvin McGuiness and George Brooks. Story by Marion Orth and George Brooks. July 23 - 1929
  • Three Sisters of the Moors. Screenplay by Tom Bridges and George Root, Jr. April 23 - 1943
  • Box 349:
  • Three Young Texans. Screenplay by Gerald Drayson Adams. From a story by William MacLeod Raine. February - 1954
  • Through Different Eyes. Scenario and dialogue by Tom Barry and Milton H. Gropper. Story by Milton H. Gropper and Edna Sherry. January 2 - 1929
  • Thru Different Eyes. Original screenplay by Samuel G. Engel. May 19 - 1942
  • Thunder Birds. Screenplay by Lamar Trotti. Original story by Melville Crossman. October 29 - 1942
  • Thunder in the Night. Screenplay by Frances Hyland and Eugene Solow. Based on the play "A Woman Lies" by Ladislaus Fodor. July 10 - 1935
  • Box 350:
  • Thunder in the Valley. Screenplay by Jerome Cady. Based on the novel "Bob, Son of Battle" by Alfred Ollivant - 1967
  • Thunder Island. Screenplay by Don Devlin and Jack Nicholson. July 5 - 1963
  • Thunder Mountain. Screenplay by ? September 14 - 1935
  • Thunderhead. Screenplay by Dwight Cummins and Dorothy Yost. Based on the novel by Mary O'Hara. February 5 - 1945
  • Box 351:
  • Thunderjet. Screenplay by James Landis. February 11 - 1958
  • Thy Neighbor's Wife. Screenplay by Hugo Haas. Based on the prize-winning novelette "The Peasant Judge" by Oskar Jellinek. August 4 - 1953
  • Ticket to Tomahawk, A. Screenplay by Mary Loos and Richard Sale. April 17 - 1950
  • Tigrero. Screenplay by Jimmy Sangster. From the novel "The Reward" by Michael Barret. Date ?
  • Time and Tide. Screenplay by Calder Willingham. Based on "Mud on the Stars" by William Bradford Huie, "Dunbar's Love" by Borden Deal, and "Garth Island" by Elia Kazan. February 8 - 1959
  • Time Out for Murder. Screenplay by Jerome Cady. Original story by Irving Reis. July 22 - 1938
  • Box 352:
  • Time to Kill. Screenplay by Clarence Upson Young. Based on a novel by Raymond Chandler and the character "Michael Shayne" created by Brett Halliday. November 19 - 1942
  • Titanic. Screenplay by Charles Brackett, Walter Reisch, and Richard Breen. March 30 - 1953
  • To Mary---With Love. Screenplay by Richard Sherman and Howard Ellis Smith. From a story by Richard Sherman. July 16 - 1936
  • To The Shores of Tripoli. Screenplay by Lamar Trotti. Original story by Steve Fisher. March 11 - 1942
  • Tonight We Raid Calais. Screenplay by Waldo Salt. Original story by L. Willinger and Rohama Lee. March 10 - 1943
  • Box 353:
  • Tonight We Sing. Screenplay by Harry Kurnitz and George Oppenheimer. Based on the book by Sol Harok and Ruth Goode. January 8 - 1953
  • Tonnerre de Dieu, Le. Screenplay by Denys De La Patalliere and Pascal Jardin. Based on the novel "Qui M'Emporte" by Bernard Clavel. Date ?
  • Tony Rome. Screenplay by Richard Breen. Based on a novel by Marvin H. Albert. September 18 - 1967
  • Box 354:
  • Too Busy To Work. Screenplay by Robert Ellis, Helen Logan, and Stanley Rauh. Based on "The Torchbearers" by George Kelly and "Your Uncle Dudley" by Howard Lindsay and Bertrand Robinson. Based upon the character created by Katharine Kavanaugh. October 2 - 1939
  • Tora, Tora, Tora. Screenplay by Larry Forrester, Hideo Oguni, and Ryuzo Kikushima. Based on the novel "Tora! Tora! Tora!" by Gordon W. Prange and "The Broken Seal" by Ladislas Farago. June 17 - 1970
  • Touchables, The. Screenplay by Ian LaFrenais. Based on a script by Donald and David Cammell. From an original idea by Robert Freeman. September - 1968
  • Townsend Harris Story, The. Screenplay by Charles Grayson. September 26 - 1957
  • Box 355:
  • Transatlantic. Screenplay by Guy Bolton. November 10 - 1931
  • Trapp Family, The. Screenplay by Herbert Reinecker. Based on the book by George Hurdalek. English adaptation by Lee Kresel - 1960
  • Trapped in Tangiers. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Treasure of the Golden Condor. Screenplay by Delmer Daves. Based on the novel by Edison Marshall. January 21 - 1953
  • Box 356:
  • Tree Grows in Brooklyn, A. Screenplay by Tess Slesinger and Frank Davis. Adapted from the novel by Betty Smith. January 5 - 1945
  • Tribes. Screenplay by Tracey Keenan Wynn and Marvin Schwartz. December 10 - 1970
  • Trick for Trick. Scenario by Howard J. Green. Story by Vivian Cosby, Shirley Warde, Fulton Oursler, and Harry Wagstaff Gribble. February 2 - 1933
  • Triple Cross. Screenplay by Richard G. Hubler. From an original story by Sam Barerwitz. November 30 - 1948
  • Trouble Preferred. Screenplay by Arnold Belgard - 1958
  • Box 357:
  • True Story of Jesse James, The. Screenplay by Walter Newman. Based on the screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. February 14 - 1957
  • Tucson. Screenplay by Arnold Belgard. Date ?
  • Tuna Clipper Ship. Narration written by Wanda Tuchock. April 28 - 1955
  • Box 358:
  • Twelve Hours to Kill. Screenplay by Jerry Sohl. Based on the Saturday Evening Post serial "Set Up for Murder" by Richard Stern. December 23 - 1959
  • Twelve O'Clock High. Screenplay by Sy Bartlett and Beirne Lay, Jr. Based on the novel by Sy Bartlett and Beirne Lay, Jr. January - 1950
  • Twentieth of July, The. Screenplay by Constantine Fitzgibbon. June 9 - 1959
  • Box 359:
  • 20,000 Eyes. Screenplay by Jack Thomas - 1961
  • 23 Paces to Baker Street. Screenplay by Nigel Balchin. Based on the novel by Philip MacDonald. May 4 - 1956
  • Two Flags West. Screenplay by Carey Robinson. Based on the story by Frank S. Nugent and Curtis Kenyon. October 13 - 1950
  • Box 360:
  • Two for the Road. Screenplay by Frederic Raphael. April 10 - 1967
  • Two Grooms for One Bride. Screenplay by ? April 1 - 1957
  • Two Little Bears, The. Screenplay by George W. George. Story by Judy and George W. George - 1961
  • Uncensored. Screenplay by Rodney Ackland and Terence Rattigan. Based on the book by Oscar E. Millard. Story and adaptation by Wolfgang Wilheim. December 28 - 1943
  • Box 361:
  • Undefeated, The. Screenplay by James Lee Barrett. Based on the story by Stanley L. Hough. August 25 - 1969
  • Under Fire. Screenplay by James Landis. August 20 - 1957
  • Under My Skin. Screenplay by Casey Robinson. Based on a story by Ernest Hemingway. March 9 - 1950
  • Under Pressure. Screenplay by Borden Chase, Noel Pierce, and Lester Cole. From the story by Borden Chase and Edward J. Doherty. January 10 - 1935
  • Box 362:
  • Under Suspicion. Scenario by Tom Barry. Story by Tom Barry. June 11 - 1930
  • Under the Skin. Screenplay by Jo Eisinger. Date ?
  • Under Two Flags. Screenplay by W.P. Lipscomb and Walter Jerris - 1936
  • Unfaithfully Yours. Screenplay by Preston Sturges. September 23 - 1948
  • Unknown Terror, The. Screenplay by Kenneth Higgins. June 14 - 1957
  • Box 363:
  • Untamed. Screenplay by Talbot Jennings, Frank Fenton, and Michael Blankfort. Adaptation by Talbot Jennings, William A. Bacher. From the novel by Helga Moray. March 2 - 1955
  • Up At the Villa. Screenplay by Jo Eisinger. Date ?
  • Up From the Beach. Screenplay by Howard Clewes. With additional dialogue by Stanley Mann. Based on the novel "Epitaph for an Enemy" by George Barr. March - 1965
  • Upstairs and Downstairs. Screenplay by Frank Harvey. Adapted from the novel by Ronald Scott Thorn. November 9 - 1959
  • Box 364:
  • Valiant, The. Dialogue by De La Torre and Paris. October 18 - 1930
  • Valley of the Dolls. Screenplay by Helen Deutsch and Dorothy Kingsley. Based on the novel by Jacqueline Susann. October 30 - 1967
  • Valley of the Redwoods. Screenplay by Leo Gordon and Daniel Madison. Story by Gene Corman - 1960
  • Box 365:
  • Vanishing Point. Screenplay by Guillermo Cain. From a story outline by Malcome Hart. January 7 - 1971
  • Vengeance of She, The. Screenplay by Peter O'Donnell. Based on characters created by Sir H. Rider Haggard. March 8 - 1968
  • Venus Rising. Screenplay by Harry Kurnitz. May 14 - 1965
  • Very Young Lady, A. Screenplay by Ladislas Fodor and Elaine Ryan. From a play by Ladislas Fodor. March 11 - 1941
  • Box 366:
  • Vicki. Screenplay by Dwight Taylor. Based on a story by Steve Fisher. September 8 - 1953
  • View from Pompey's Head, The. Screenplay by Philip Dunne. From the novel by Hamilton Basso. October 26 - 1955
  • Viking Queen, The. Screenplay by Clarke Reynolds. From an original story by John Temple-Smith. June - 1967
  • Box 367:
  • Villa. Screenplay by Louis Vittes. August 5 - 1958
  • Violent Saturday. Screenplay by Sydney Boehm. Based on the novel by William L. Heath. April 12 - 1955
  • Virgin Queen, The. Screenplay by Harry Brown and Mindret Lord. August 1 - 1955
  • Box 368:
  • Visit, The. Screenplay by Ben Barzman. From the play "Der Besuch der Alten Dame" by Friedrich Durrenmatt. English adaptation by Maurice Valency. New York stage production by Producers' Theatre, Inc. - 1964
  • Viva Zapata! Screenplay by John Steinbeck. January 24 - 1952
  • Voies de Salut, Les. Screenplay by Pierre Boulle. Date ?
  • Box 369:
  • Von Ryan's Express. Screenplay by Wendell Mayes and Joseph Landon. Based on the novel by David Westheimer - 1965
  • Voyage Out, Voyage Home. Screenplay by Sidney Buchman. Based on the story by Irwin Shaw. September 9 - 1963
  • Box 370:
  • Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea. Screenplay by Irwin Allen and Charles Bennett. Story by Irwin Allen - 1961
  • Wabash Avenue. Screenplay by Harry Tugend and Charles Lederer. February 22 - 1950
  • Wait till the Sun Shines, Nellie. Screenplay by Allan Scott. Adaptation by Allan Scott and Maxwell Shane. Based on the novel by Ferdinand Reyher. March 28 - 1952
  • Box 371:
  • Waiting for Love. English version by Manuel Paris. Story by Paul Perez and Max Constant. August 29 - 1930
  • Wake Me When It's Over. Screenplay by Richard Breen. Based on the novel by Howard Singer. March 14 - 1960
  • Wake Up and Dream. Screenplay by Elick Moll. From the novel "The Enchanted Voyage" by Robert Nathan. November 22 - 1946
  • Box 372:
  • Wake Up and Live. Screenplay by Curtis Kenyon. From an original story by Curtis Kenyon. Screenplay by Harry Tugend and Jack Yellen. Based on the book by Dorothea Brande. April 9 - 1937
  • Walk Tall. Screenplay by Joseph Fritz - 1960
  • Box 373:
  • Walk With Love and Death, A. Screenplay by Dale Wasserman. Adaptation by Hans Koningsberger. Based on the novel by Hans Koningsberger. June 29 - 1969
  • Walkabout. Screenplay by Edward Bond. Based on the novel by James Vance Marshall. Note: Fox no longer has rights in this screenplay or picture. Rights are held by Max Raab of Max L. Raab Productions. June - 1971
  • Walls of Gold. Screenplay by Lester Cole. Based on the story by Kathleen Norris. September 23 - 1933
  • Walls of Jericho, The. Screenplay by Lamar Trotti. Based on the novel by Paul Wellman. July 20 - 1948
  • Box 374:
  • Waltz into Darkness. Screenplay by Edna and Edward Anhalt. November 8 - 1949
  • Wandering Jew, The. Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. From the play by E. Temple Thurston. October 29 - 1957
  • War Party. Screenplay by George Williams and William Marks. November 20 - 1964
  • Ware Case, The. Screenplay by Ronald Pertwee and Robert Stevenson. August 4 - 1938
  • Box 375:
  • Warlock. Screenplay by Robert Alan Arthur. Based on the novel by Oakley Hall. March 27 - 1959
  • Warrior's Husband, The. Scenario by Sonya Levien. Story by Julian Thompson. January 30 - 1933
  • Watcher in the Shadows. Screenplay by Michael Cacoyannis and Frederic Wakeman. From the novel by Frederic Wakeman. April - 1958
  • Box 376:
  • Way Ahead, The. Screenplay by Eric Ambler and Peter Ustinov. Original story by Eric Ambler. July 20 - 1945
  • Way of a Gaucho. Screenplay by Philip Dunne. Based on the novel by Herbert Childs. September 25 - 1952
  • Way to the Gold, The. Screenplay by Wendell Mayes. Based on the novel by Wilbur Daniel Steele. April 30 - 1957
  • Box 377:
  • Way...Way Out. Screenplay by William Bowers and Laso Vadnay. September 9 - 1966
  • Wayward Bus, The. Screenplay by Ivan Moffat. Based on the novel by John Steinbeck. June 3 - 1957
  • We Go Fast. Screenplay by Thomas Lennon and Adrian Scott. Based on the story by Doug Welch. August 12 - 1941
  • Box 378:
  • Wee Willie Winkie. Screenplay by Ernest Pascal and Julien Josephson. January 18 - 1937
  • Weekend at Dunkirk. Adaptation by Francois Boyer. Based on the novel by Robert Merle. Dialogue by Robert Merle. June - 1965
  • Weekend in Havana. Screenplay by Karl Tunberg and Darrell Ware. September 11 - 1941
  • Welcome Home, Soldier Boys. Screenplay by Marion Orth and Arthur T. Horman. Original story by Arthur T. Horman. Additional dialogue by Paul Gerard Smith. July 6 - 1935
  • Box 379:
  • We're Not Married. Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. Adaptation by Dwight Taylor. From a story by Gina Kaus and Jay Dratler. June 11 - 1952
  • West of Tomorrow. Screenplay by Francis Swann and Robertson White. May 6 - 1948
  • What a Way to Go. Screenplay by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. Based on a story by Gwen Davis. March 12 - 1964
  • Box 380:
  • What Price Glory. Screenplay by Phoebe and Henry Ephron. Based on the play by Maxwell Anderson and Lawrence Stallings. July 17 - 1952
  • When a Man's a Man. Screenplay by Agnes Christine Johnston and Frank Dazey. From the novel by Howard Bell Wright. February 5 - 1935
  • When Comedy Was King. Screenplay by Robert Youngson. March - 1960
  • When My Baby Smiles at Me. Screenplay by Lamar Trotti. Adaptation by Elizabeth Reinhardt. From a play by George Manken Walters and Arthur Hopkins. November 18 - 1948
  • When Willie Comes Marching Home. Screenplay by Mary Loos and Richard Sale. Based on a story by Sy Gomberg. January 9 - 1950
  • Box 381:
  • Where Do We Go From Here? Screenplay and story by Morrie Ryskind and Sig Herzig. June 19 - 1945
  • Where the Sidewalk Ends. Screenplay by Rex Connor. Adaptation by Victor Trivas, Frank P. Rosenberg, and Robert E. Kent. From a novel by William L. Stuart. June 29 - 1950
  • Where's That Fire. Screenplay by J.O.C. Orton, Val Guest, and Marriott Edgar - 1939
  • Where I Live. Screenplay by John Harlow. Based on the play "This Same Garden" by Robert Bell - 1948
  • While Paris Sleeps. Screenplay by Basil Woon. October 26 - 1931
  • Whirlpool. Screenplay by Lester Bartow and Andrew Salt. Based on the novel by Guy Endore. November 18 - 1949
  • Whispering Smith Speaks. Screenplay by Don Swift and Don Jarrett. From the story by Frank H. Spearman. Adaptation by Gilbert Wright and Rex Taylor. December 18 - 1935
  • White Feather. Screenplay by Delmer Daves and Leo Townsend. Story by John Prebble. February 16 - 1955
  • Box 382:
  • White Parade, The. Screenplay by Rian James and Jesse Lasky, Jr. Adaptation by Sonya Levien and Ernest Pascal. From the story by Rian James - 1934
  • White Rabbit, The. Screenplay by Brian Kingcombe and Jack Trevon. Date ?
  • White Witch Doctor. Screenplay by Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts. Based on a novel by Louise A. Stinetorf. June 17 - 1953
  • Who Is Hope Schuyler? Screenplay by Arnaud D'usseau. Based on the novel by Stephen Ransome. March 4 - 1942
  • Why Leave Home. Screenplay by Raymond Cannon, Walter Catlett, and Robert S. Carr. Story "Cradle Snathers" by Russell med craft and Norma Mitchell. May 29 - 1929
  • Wicked. Screenplay by Kenyon Nicholson and Kathryn Scola. Story "The Gun Moll" by Adela Rogers St. John. June 1 - 1931
  • Wild Brian Kent. Screenplay by James Gruen and Earle Snell. Based on the novel "The Re-creation of Brian Kent" by Harold Bell Wright. October 22 - 1936
  • Box 383:
  • Wild Geese Calling. Screenplay by Horace McCoy. Based on the novel by Stewart Edward White. July 25 - 1941
  • Wild Girl. Screenplay by E. De La Mare. December 27 - 1932
  • Wild Gold. Screenplay by Lester Cole and Henry Johnson. Story by Dudley Nichols and Lamar Trotti. May 17 - 1934
  • Wild in the Country. Screenplay by Clifford Odets. Based on the novel by J.R. Salamanca. June 5 - 1961
  • Box 384:
  • Wild on the Beach. Screenplay by Harry Spalding. From an original story by Hank Tani. June 18 - 1965
  • Wild River. Screenplay by Paul Osborn. Based on the novels by William Bradford Huie and Borden Deal. May 27 - 1960
  • Box 385:
  • Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? Screenplay by Frank Tashlin. Based on the play written by George Axelrod and produced on the stage by Jule Styne. July 29 - 1957
  • Wilson. Screenplay by Lamar Trotti. September 11 - 1944
  • Box 386:
  • Wildon (continued)
  • Wind Cannot Read, The. Screenplay by Richard Mason. June 25 - 1958
  • Wingate Story, The. Screenplay by Nelson Gidding. August 13 - 1962
  • Box 387:
  • Winged Victory. Stage play and screenplay by Moss Hart. December 14 - 1944
  • Winner Take All. Screenplay by Frances Hyland and Albert Ray. From an original story by Jerry Cady. March 1 - 1939
  • Winner's Circle, The. Screenplay by Howard J. Green. Date ?
  • Winston, Affair, The. Screenplay by Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall. Adaptation from the novel by Howard Fast. April - 1963
  • Wintertime. Screenplay by Edwin Moran, Jack Jevne, and Lynn Starling. Story by Arthur Kober. August 31 - 1945
  • Box 388:
  • Witchcraft. Screenplay by Harry Spalding. April 28 - 1964
  • Witches, The. Screenplay by Nigel Kneale. Based on the novel "The Devil's Own" by Peter Curtis. October 22 - 1966
  • Witching Night, The. Screenplay by Henry Fownes and Leslie Walker. Date ?
  • With a Song in My Heart. Screenplay by Lamar Trotti. June 15 - 1952
  • Box 389:
  • Within These Walls. Screenplay by Eugene Ling and Wanda Tuchock. From a story by Coles Trapnell and James B. Fisher. May 24 - 1945
  • Wizard of Baghdad, The. Screenplay by Jesse L. Lasky, Jr. and Pat Silver. Based on the story by Samuel Newman. January 8 - 1960
  • Wolf Dog. Screenplay by Louis Stevens. January 7 - 1958
  • Box 390:
  • Woman Hunt. Screenplay by Edward J. Lasko and Russ Bender. From a story by Harry Spalding. November 9 - 1961
  • Woman in July, A. Screenplay by Meade Roberts. Based on the play "A Loss of Roses" by William Inge. December 27 - 1962
  • Woman Obsessed. Screenplay by Sydney Boehm. From the novel by John Mantley. May 21 - 1959
  • Box 391:
  • Woman Times Seven. Screenplay by Cesare Zavattini. August - 1967
  • Woman's World. Screenplay by Claude Binyon, Mary Loos, and Richard Sale. Based on the story by Mona Williams. October 1 - 1954
  • Women Everywhere. Scenario by Harlan Thompson and Lajos Biro. Story "Hell's Belles" by George Grossmith and Zolton Korda. February 17 - 1930
  • Women of Pitcairn Island, The. Screenplay by Aubrey Wisberg. October 24 - 1956
  • Box 392:
  • World Moves On, The. Screenplay by Reginald Berkeley. June 13 - 1934
  • Yank in London, A. Screenplay by ? Date ?
  • Yellow Canary, The. Screenplay by Rod Serling. Based on the novel "Evil Come, Evil Go" by Whit Masterson. March 15 - 1963
  • Yellow Sky. Screenplay by Lamar Trotti. Based on the story by W.R. Burnett. December 1 - 1948
  • Yellow Ticket, The. Screenplay by Michael Morton. December 22 - 1931
  • Box 393:
  • You Were Meant for Me. Screenplay by Elick Moll and Valentine Davies. February 5 - 1948
  • Young America (1932). Screenplay by William Conselman. Story by Fred Ballard. February 15 - 1932
  • Young America (1941). Screenplay by Samuel G. Engel. October 24 - 1941
  • Young and Dangerous. Screenplay by James Landis - 1957
  • Young As You Feel (1931). Screenplay by Edwin Burke. Story "Father and the Boys" by George Ade. March 2 - 1931
  • Young As You Feel (1939). Screenplay by Joseph Hoffman and Stanley Rauh. Based on the play "Merry Andrew" by Lewis Beach. Based upon the characters created by Katharine Kavanaugh. January 11 - 1939
  • Box 394:
  • Young Guns of Texas. Screenplay by Henry Cross. October 26 - 1962
  • Young Jesse James. Screenplay by Orville H. Hampton and Jerry Sackheim. Story by Orville H. Hampton - 1960
  • Box 395:
  • Young Lions, The. Screenplay by Edward Anhalt. Based on the novel by Irwin Shaw - 1958
  • Young Mr. Pitt, The. Screenplay by Sidney Gilliat and Frank Launder. Dramatic narrative and additional dialogue by Viscount Castlerosse. September 23 - 1942
  • Box 396:
  • Young People. Screenplay by Edwin Blum and Don Ettinger. July 18 - 1940
  • Young Sinners. Screenplay by William Conselman. Story by Elmer Harris. March 6 - 1931
  • Young Swingers, The. Screenplay by Harry Spalding. August 31 - 1963
  • Your Uncle Dudley. Screenplay by Allen Rivkin. Adaptation by Dor Schary and Joseph Hoffman. Based on a play by Howard Lindsay and Bertrand Robinson. November 13 - 1935
  • You're in the Navy Now. Screenplay by Richard Murphy. From an article in the New Yorker by John W. Hazard. April 6 - 1951
  • Box 397:
  • You're My Everything. Screenplay by Lamar Trotti and Will Hays, Jr. Based on the story by George Jessel. June 21 - 1949
  • Youth Will Be Served. Screenplay by Wanda Tuchock. Story by Ruth Fasken and Hilda Vincent. October 4 - 1940
  • Zorba the Greek. Screenplay by Michael Cacoyannis. From the novel by Nikos Kuzantzakis - 1965
  • Series 2: THEATRE RECORDS
  • Sub-Series: Roxy Theatre, Inc.
  • Box 398:
  • Tax assessments and correspondence
  • Tax assessments: drafts and extras
  • Correspondence - 1949
  • Correspondence - 1945-1949
  • Box 399:
  • Agreements, General file copies
  • Air music
  • Western Electric, Co.
  • Artists Booking Bureau, Inc.
  • American Locker Co., Inc. agreement
  • Knorr
  • Haymes
  • Muzak
  • Baker, Phil
  • Scott H.
  • Sanitary Automatic Candy, Corp.
  • Kohler & Campbell
  • Dorsey, Jimmy
  • Gracie Riding Academy
  • J. Wainess agreement
  • Pepsi Cola agreement
  • Kazemier, Ben
  • E. Westin lotion dispensers
  • Automatic sprinkler agreement
  • Arkraft Strauss
  • Colonial Scales Co.
  • Agreements
  • Whiting Filterlite Corp.
  • F & M stage shows
  • Agreements: General: inactive; drafts and extras
  • Stock; correspondence related to demise of Roxy Theatre
  • Drafts and extras
  • AGVA: American Guild of Variety Artists: correspondence
  • AGVA: general
  • AGVA: drafts and extras
  • ASCAP and SESAC
  • Affidavits of Intestacy
  • Art program; Jerome Folkart
  • The Big Top, Inc.
  • British American Ambulance Corps
  • Claims - 1949-1951
  • Box 400:
  • Claims - 1942-1948
  • Cooling tower (construction of)
  • Consolidated Biological Products, Inc.
  • Continental Bank & Trust, Co.
  • Contour Curtain Patent Infringement
  • Corporate Data
  • Dividends - 1942
  • Dividends through - 1941
  • Sub-Series: Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
  • Box 400:
  • Records
  • Annual Reports - 1969-1970
  • Insurance Manual
  • National Telefilm Associates, Inc. and 20th Century-Fox agreements
  • Lease agreement: Fox Realty Corporation of California and Universal Consolidated Oil Corporation - 1952