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                            Motion Pictures

                               1940–1949


                      CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES

                          _Cumulative Series_



                            Motion Pictures

                               1940–1949


[Illustration: ☆ THE ☆ LIBRARY ☆ OF ☆ CONGRESS ☆]

                                  1953


               COPYRIGHT OFFICE ☆ THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS



                          L. C. card, 53–60032


                For sale by the Register of Copyrights,
               Library of Congress, Washington 25, D. C.
                               Price $10

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                           Table of Contents


                                               Page

                    Motion Pictures, 1940–1949    1

                    Index                       503

                    Series List                 585



                                Preface


_Motion Pictures, 1940–1949_, is a cumulative catalog listing works
registered in the Copyright Office in Classes L and M from January 1,
1940, through December 31, 1949. It continues the series of cumulative
catalogs which began in 1951 with _Motion Pictures, 1912–1939_. A third
volume, _Motion Pictures, 1894–1912_, is also being published (though
not as a part of the series); it lists works copyrighted prior to 1912
and identified as motion pictures by Howard Lamarr Walls. These three
volumes, together with the current issues of the _Catalog of Copyright
Entries, Third Series, Parts 12–13, Motion Pictures and Filmstrips_,
comprise an unbroken record of the copyright registration of motion
pictures and, also, an extensive although not complete record of motion
picture production in the United States through the entire history of
the industry.

The information given in the entries for the period 1940–1946 was
obtained from the record books of the Copyright Office, the original
applications for the registration of the copyright claims, and the
descriptive material deposited with the applications and films at the
time of registration. For the period 1947–1949, the information was
transcribed (with slight changes in the order of the material, for the
sake of consistency) from card copy previously used in the preparation
of the semiannual issues of the _Catalog of Copyright Entries, Third
Series, Parts 12–13, Motion Pictures_. Beginning with July 1, 1949, the
title of Parts 12–13 was changed to _Motion Pictures and Filmstrips_ and
filmstrips registered in Class J were listed. These filmstrips, however,
have been omitted from the cumulative catalog. The card copy was
compared with the record books and the file of original applications to
make certain that all works registered during the period were recorded
in the catalog. At the same time any errors in the names of the
claimants or the dates of publication found in the card copy were
corrected.

Each entry contains information which describes the film and identifies
the copyright claimant, the date of the beginning of the copyright term,
and the copyright registration number. The descriptive portion of the
entries varies considerably in fullness depending on the information
available in the sources used.

The entries for unpublished works contain the date or dates of deposit
in the Copyright Office of the title, description, and required prints.
The entries for published works contain date of publication as given in
the application for registration. Deposit of published copies has in
every case been made.

In each entry the name of the claimant is that given in the application.
Information relating to renewal copyrights or to subsequent changes of
ownership recorded in the Copyright Office can be ascertained upon
request and upon payment to the Register of Copyrights of the fee
specified in the law for the conduct of a search of the records. In
addition, information relating to renewal copyrights can be secured by
referring to the issue of the _Catalog of Copyright Entries_ covering
renewal registrations for the particular class of work during the
renewal period.

The publication of the _Catalog of Copyright Entries_ is authorized by
sections 210 and 211 of Title 17 of the _United States Code_. Section
210 provides in part: “The current catalog of copyright entries and the
index volumes herein provided for shall be admitted in any court as
prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any
copyright registration.”

The purpose of the cumulative catalogs is threefold: 1) to meet the
administrative needs of the Copyright Office; 2) to provide compact
index volumes to the legal profession, publishers, authors, and others
interested in copyright; and 3) to make available, for other research
uses, the information on record in the Copyright Office, much of which
is not available elsewhere.

A description (including price and instructions for ordering) of each
part of the present Third Series of the _Catalog of Copyright Entries_
and of other publications of the Copyright Office is provided at the
back of this volume.

The Copyright Office welcomes inquiries, suggestions, and comments on
the content and organization of the _Catalog_. Such communications
should be addressed to the Chief of the Cataloging Division, Copyright
Office, Library of Congress, Washington 25, D. C.



               Copyright Registrations of Motion Pictures


January 1, 1940–December 31, 1949

         Class L, Motion-picture photoplays              7,122
         Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays 11,645
                                                        ——————
                             Total                      18,767

Class M contains many animated cartoons and newsreels as well as
nontheatrical films. The letter P following the class symbol in an entry
indicates that the film was registered as a published work; the letter
U, an unpublished work.



                        How To Use This Catalog


This catalog consists of three parts: _Motion Pictures, 1940–1949_,
which is a list of main entries under title; an _Index_ of names; and a
_Series List_. Each part is arranged alphabetically.

Motion Pictures, 1940–1949

The items which constitute each entry in this section are given below in
the order in which they appear. The title, name of the claimant,
copyright date, and registration number are always given; other items
are included if applicable to the motion picture and available.

  1. _Title._ Main title, followed by subtitle, translated title, and
    alternate title. Cross-references are made for alternate and
    translated titles. When motion pictures are based on the lives of
    real persons or when such persons are mentioned in the titles in
    connection with specific episodes in their lives, such as musical
    performances or athletic events, their names are included in the
    _Index_.

  2. _Production statement._ The name of the producing company, i.e.,
    the company responsible for the existence of the picture, follows
    the title. In some instances two companies or organizations are
    concerned with the production of a film, one with the physical
    production, i.e., photographing, editing, sound recording, etc., the
    other with planning, distributing, and sponsoring the motion
    picture. In such case the company concerned with physical production
    is named first, followed by the preposition _for_ and the name of
    the other company. The name of a foreign producing company is
    followed by the name of the city or country in which it is located.
    When the name of a person or organization is given in the records of
    the Copyright Office preceded by the phrase _presented by_, the
    name, together with the phrase, follows the date (see item 3 below).

  3. _Date._ For published works, the year date of copyright (see item
    10 below) preceded by a lower case c, (e.g., c1941) follows the
    production statement. If a production date different from the
    copyright year date is given in the records, this information
    follows the copyright date. For unpublished works, no date is given
    in this position in the entry.

  4. _Physical description._ A full physical description contains
    information relating to 1) the length of the film, given in running
    time, footage, number of reels or frames; 2) color or black and
    white versions; 3) sound or silent versions; 4) width of the film.
    Few of the entries in this catalog for the period prior to 1946
    contain full physical descriptions because information on these
    points was not included in the records of the Copyright Office.

  5. _Notes._ Certain information which helps to identify the motion
    picture more exactly is given in the form of notes:

    a. The title of the series to which a motion picture belongs is
      given immediately following the physical description.

    b. Phrases further identifying persons or organizations connected
      with the production of a motion picture, such as _Warner
      Bros.-First National picture_, _Frank Capra production_, etc., are
      given in a note following the series note.

    c. Information relating to other titles by which the motion picture
      is known, to other versions, to related material to be used in
      connection with the showing of the motion picture, or to the
      source material on which the motion picture is based, is given in
      the order named.

  6. _Summary._ A brief statement describing or characterizing the
    motion picture is included whenever it has been printed previously
    in an issue of the _Catalog of Copyright Entries_.

  7. _Credits._ This paragraph contains, when available, the names of
    persons associated with the production of the film in the capacity
    of producers, directors, writers, narrators, commentators, creators
    of animation, composers, music directors and other persons
    responsible for the music, photographers or cameramen for travelogs
    and other pictures of similar type, and film editors. In a few
    instances other credits have been included. In the case of each
    person, a term indicative of the contribution precedes the name. For
    films in color, the name of the process is given, if available, at
    the end of the credits statement.

  8. _Cast._ The principal actors are named in the order of their
    billing if the information has been printed previously in an issue
    of the _Catalog of Copyright Entries_.

  9. _Copyright claimant, date, and registration number._ This paragraph
    begins with the copyright symbol ©. The symbol is followed by:

      a. The name of the claimant as it is given in the application.

      b. The date of the beginning of the term of copyright: for
        published works, the date of publication as cited in the
        application; for unpublished works, the date or dates of receipt
        in the Copyright Office of the title, description, and required
        prints.

      c. The registration number, preceded by the respective class
        symbol (L, motion picture photoplays; M, motion pictures other
        than photoplays) and, also, immediately after the class symbol,
        the letter P to designate a published work or U, an unpublished
        work.

In the case of motion pictures produced as serials, information relating
to the entire serial precedes that relating to the individual numbers or
episodes in the serial. More than one entry of a serial is made whenever
the descriptive information varies for different parts of the serial.
Individual issues of a serial are listed in numerical sequence or by
date; in those cases where the name or form of name of the claimant has
changed, the issues claimed under a specific name are listed below it.
The copyright symbol © always appears immediately before the name of the
copyright claimant and the copyright date whenever they are in separate
statements. When duplicate numbers appear in a sequence of issues,
arrangement of the duplicates is by copyright date. Omission of an item
in a sequence does not necessarily mean that the item has not been
registered in the Copyright Office, since it may be included in the
catalog under its specific title.


                                 Index

The second section of this catalog lists the names of the persons and
organizations associated with the production of the motion pictures
described in the main section and of the authors of the novels, dramas,
or other works upon which these motion pictures are based. Also included
are the names of persons on whose lives the motion pictures are based or
whose names appear in the titles in connection with a musical
performance or athletic event. The names of the persons listed in the
statements of credits in the main entries are not included. The name of
each person or organization is used as a heading, the form of which is
either the one appearing in the Official Catalog of the Library of
Congress or the one most frequently found in the records of the
Copyright Office. Similar names have been listed separately unless it is
clear that they identify the same person or organization.
Cross-references from different forms of the same name and from
pseudonyms are included in the list.

Under each heading are listed alphabetically the titles of the motion
pictures associated with it, together with their respective year dates,
or, for serials, the word _serial_, enclosed in parentheses, in lieu of
a date. An asterisk preceding the title indicates that the name
appearing in the heading is that of the copyright claimant.


                              Series List

The third section of this catalog lists the series titles which are
given in the main entries. These frequently appear in varying forms. For
each series, therefore, an established form, based on the one most
frequently used, is given in the heading. Following the heading are
references to other series titles which seem to be related because the
names are similar and the claimants are the same. Listed below the
headings are, first, the names of the claimants, and, second, the titles
of the motion pictures, each followed by its date. In the case of
serials, the word _serial_, enclosed in parentheses, is used in lieu of
a date.

The lists of titles under each series may be incomplete for the period
covered by this catalog, because only those titles have been included
which are so identified in the sources used in compiling the catalog.
For some motion pictures two series titles are given, each of which is
entered separately, since the information available makes it impossible
to differentiate between main series and subseries.



                       Abbreviations and Symbols


The following list includes abbreviations and symbols used in this
catalog with specific copyright or bibliographic meanings. Definitions
are not given for abbreviations in common use.

        a.k.a. also known as
        b&w    black and white
        ©      copyright symbol
        d.b.a. doing business as
        descr. description
        ft.    feet
        LP     published motion-picture photoplays
        LU     unpublished motion-picture photoplays
        min.   minutes
        mm     millimeters
        MP     published motion pictures other than photoplays
        MU     unpublished motion pictures other than photoplays
        pseud. pseudonym
        sd.    sound
        si.    silent
        t.a.   trading as



                            Motion Pictures

                               1940–1949


An alphabetical list, under title, of the main entries for motion
pictures which were registered for copyright during the years 1940–1949.
For full information relating to the contents of these entries, see _How
To Use This Catalog_, p. VII.



                                   A


  THE ABC OF HAND TOOLS. Walt Disney Productions, c1946. Presented by
    General Motors Corp. 2 reels, color, 16mm.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 5Feb46; MP1833.


  ABC PIN UP. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1944. 1 reel, sd.
    (Person-Oddity, no. 137)

    Credits: Producers, Joseph O'Brien, Thomas Mead; narrator, Ray
    Morgan.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 6Dec44; MP15489.


  A FOR ACHIEVEMENT. RKO Pathe, Inc., c1949. Presented by the Savings
    Banks Association of the State of New York. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Shows how the Savings banks provide security to their
    depositors and how they contribute to the welfare of the community.

    Credits: Sumner Lyon; director and photographer, Harry W. Smith;
    narrator, John Rooney.

    © Savings Banks Assn. of the State of New York; 21Apr49; MP4040.


  A HAUNTING WE WILL GO. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1949. 9 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Noveltoon)

    Credits: Director, Seymour Kneitel; narrator, Frank Gallop;
    animation, Myron Waldman, Irving Dressler.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 13May49; LP2309.


  A-HAUNTING WE WILL GO. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1942. 6,200
    ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Alfred Werker; original story, Lou Breslow,
    Stanley Rauh; screenplay, Lou Breslow; music director, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 7Aug42; LP11773.


  A HUNTING WE WON'T GO. c1943. Presented by Columbia. 661 ft., sd.,
    color. (Fox and Crow)

    Credits: Producer, Dave Fleischer; director, Bob Wickersham; story,
    Jack Cosgriff; animation, Howard Swift, Phil Duncan; music, Eddie
    Kilfeather, Leo Erdody. Technicolor.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 23Aug43; LP12203.


  A PLUMBING WE WILL GO. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Del Lord; story and screenplay, Elwood Ullman.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 14Mar40; LP9481.


  ABANDONED. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1949. 79 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: A melodrama presented in semi-documentary style exposing
    the sale of illegitimate babies by adoption racketeers.

    Credits: Producer, Jerry Bresler; director, Joe Newman; story and
    screenplay, Irwin Gielgud; music, Walter Scharf; film editor, Edward
    Curtiss.

    Cast: Dennis O'Keefe, Gale Storm, Jeff Chandler, Meg Randall,
    Raymond Burr.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 8Sep49; LP2560.


  O ABASTECIMENTO MUNICIPAL DE ÁGUA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd., 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborator, Willem Rudolfs.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., 29May46; MP731.


  ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET THE KILLER: BORIS KARLOFF. Universal Pictures
    Co., Inc., c1949. 84 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A slapstick murder mystery about disappearing bodies,
    assorted killers, bottomless pits, and a phony swami.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Arthur; director, Charles T. Barton;
    story, Hugh Wedlock, Jr., Howard Snyder; screenplay, Hugh Wedlock,
    Jr., Howard Snyder, John Grant; music, Milton Schwarzwald; film
    editor, Edward Curtiss.

    Cast: Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Boris Karloff, Lenore Aubert, Gar
    Moore.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 8Sep49; LP2561.


  ABDUL THE BULBUL-AMEER. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 777 ft., sd., color. (An M. G. M. Cartoon) A
    Hugh Harman production.

    Credits: Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 26Feb41; LP10358.


  ABE LINCOLN IN ILLINOIS. c1940. Presented by Max Gordon Plays &
    Pictures Corp. 110 min., sd. Based on the play by Robert E.
    Sherwood.

    Credits: Producer, Max Gordon; director, John Cromwell; screenplay,
    Robert E. Sherwood; adaptation, Grover Jones; music score, Roy Webb;
    editor, George Hively.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 22Jan40; LP9486.


  ABERCROMBIE HAD A ZOMBIE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 24Nov41; MP11771.


  ABIE'S IRISH ROSE. Bing Crosby Producers, Inc., c1946. 96 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on Anne Nichol's play.

    Credits: Producer and director, A. Edward Sutherland; screenplay,
    Anne Nichols; adaptation, Anne Wigton, Rip Van Ronkel; music score,
    John Scott Trotter; film editor, Harvey Manger.

    Cast: Michael Chekhov, Joanne Dru, Richard Norris, J. M. Kerrigan,
    George E. Stone.

    © Bing Crosby Producers, Inc.; 27Dec46; LP820.


  ABILENE TOWN. Guild Productions, Inc. Released through United Artists
    Corp., c1946. Presented by Jules Levey. 89 min., sd. From the novel
    "Trail Town" by Ernest Haycox.

    Credits: Producer, Jules Levey; director, Edwin L. Marin;
    screenplay, Harold Shumate; music director, Nat W. Finston; film
    editor, Richard Heermance.

    © Guild Productions, Inc.; 11Jan46; LP114.


  ABOARD THE FLATTOP MIDWAY. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1949. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Movietone Adventures)

    Summary: Shows the Flattop Midway on maneuvers in the Caribbean, and
    demonstrates take-offs and landings of fighter planes F8F and
    carrier jets.

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; narrator, Joe King; music score, L.
    DeFrancesco; cameraman, Jack Painter; film editor, Arthur Lincer.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 12Oct49; MP4821.


  ABOU BEN BOOGIE. c1944. Presented by Universal. 1 reel, sd., color.
    (Walt Lantz Swing Symphony) (A Walt Lantz Cartune)

    Credits: Producer, Walt Lantz; director, James Culhane; story, Ben
    Hardaway, Milt Schaffer; animation, Paul Smith; music, Darrell
    Calker. Technicolor.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc. and Walter Lantz Productions;
    14Aug44; MP15259.


  ABOU BEN BOOGIE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 17Apr44; MP14728.


  ABOUT FACE. Released through United Artists, c1942. Presented by Hal
    Roach. 5 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Fred Guiol; director, Kurt Neumann; original
    screenplay, Eugene Conrad, Edward E. Seabrook; music score, Edward
    Ward; film editor, Bert Jordan.

    © Hal Roach Studios, Inc.; 11May42; LP11277.


  ABOVE SUSPICION. Loew's Inc., c1943. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    9 reels, sd., b&w. Based on the novel by Helen MacInnes.

    Credits: Producer, Victor Saville; director, Richard Thorpe;
    screenplay, Keith Winter, Melville Baker, Patricia Coleman; music
    score, Bronislau Kaper; film editor, George Hively.

    © Loew's Inc.; 21May43; LP12090.


  ABRAHAM'S FAITH. Church-Craft Pictures, Inc., c1948. 16 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. Based on the 22d chapter of Genesis.

    Summary: Abraham demonstrates his faith in God, as he obeys His
    directions concerning the sacrifice of his son Isaac.

    Credits: Screenplay, Ralph Jester.

    © Church-Craft Pictures, Inc.; 20Oct48; MP3622.


  ABRIGO. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in collaboration with
    Wallace W. Atwood, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Portuguese version
    of "Shelter."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 24Jan47; MP1623.


  ABROAD AT HOME. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 851 ft., sd. (New York
    Parade, series 1, no. 2)

    Credits: Director, Edmund L. Dorfman; story and narration,
    Hershfield; photographers, Edward Horton, Daniel Cavelli; editor,
    Marc S. Asch.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 27Mar41; MP11145.


  ABROAD WITH TWO YANKS. Edward Small Productions, Inc. Released through
    United Artists, c1944. 86 min., sd. Based on an original story by
    Fred Guiol.

    Credits: Director, Allan Dwan; screenplay, Charles Rogers, Wilkie
    Mahoney, Ted Sills; adaptation, Edward E. Seabrook, Tedwell Chapman;
    music director, Lud Gluskin; film editor, Richard Heermance.

    © Edward Small Productions, Inc.; 10Jul44; LP12862.


  ABUSEMENT PARK. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1947. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Popeye the Sailor Cartoon)

    Credits: Director, I. Sparber; story, Joe Stultz, Carl Meyer.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 25Apr47; LP1006.


  A AÇÃO GEOLÓGICA DA ATMOSFERA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.,
    c1946. 1 reel, sd., 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborator: Carey Croneis.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 6Jun46; MP724.


  A AÇÃO GEOLÓGICA DOS RIOS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.,
    c1946. 1 reel, sd., 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborator, Carey Croneis.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 24Jun46; MP833.


  ACCENT ON COURAGE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1943. 1 reel,
    sd. (The World Today)

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; described by Hugh James; music
    score, L. de Francesco; film editor, Russ Sheilds.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 30Apr43; MP14789.


  ACCENT ON LOVE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1941. 5,560 ft.,
    sd.

    Credits: Director, Ray McCarey; original story, Dalton Trumbo;
    screenplay, John Larkin; music director, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 11Jul41; LP10588.


  ACCESSORY ASSEMBLY; tools and procedures. Loucks & Norling Studios,
    c1944–45. © Loucks & Norling Studios.

    1. Hand Soldering. 1 reel. Appl. author: Jack Norling. © 1Jan45;
    MP15822.

    2. High Frequency Soldering. 2 reels. Appl. author: Dana Noyes. ©
    23Jun44; MP15018.


  ACCOMPLICE, c1946. 7 reels, sd., 35mm. From the novel "Simon Lash,
    Private Detective" by Frank Gruber.

    Credits: Producer, John K. Teaford; director, Walter Colmes;
    screenplay, Irving Elman, Frank Gruber; music score, Alexander
    Laszlo; photographer, Jockey Feindel; film editor, Robert Jahns.

    Appl. author: P.R.C. Pictures, Inc.

    © Pathe Industries, Inc.; 12Sep46; LP597.


  ACCORDING TO PLAN: INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING DRAWING. McGraw-Hill
    Book Co., Inc., c1947. 9 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Engineering Drawing,
    film 1)

    Summary: A film designed to develop in beginning students of
    engineering drawing the feeling that the subject is interesting and
    important, and that modern production, which requires the work of
    many people on a single project, needs a common language, that of
    engineering drawing, to co-ordinate the work.

    © McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 29Dec47; MP3144.


  ACCOUNTING AND CALCULATING MACHINES. Teaching Aids Exchange, c1948. 10
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Demonstrates the operation of accounting and calculating
    machines, and compares modern machine accounting methods with hand
    book-keeping methods.

    © Teaching Aids Exchange; 1Oct48; MP3785.


  THE ACCUSED. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1949. 101 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on the novel "Strange Deception" by June Truesdell.

    Summary: A psychology teacher kills one of her students in
    self-defense, but conceals the crime until an astute police officer
    compels her to confess.

    Credits: Producer, Hal B. Wallis; director, William Dieterle;
    screenplay, Ketti Frings; music score, Victor Young; film editor,
    Warren Low.

    Cast: Loretta Young, Robert Cummings, Wendell Corey, Sam Jaffe,
    Douglas Dick.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 14Jan49; LP2069.


  ACE IN THE HOLE. c1942. Presented by Universal, 1 reel, sd., color.
    (Walter Lantz Cartune)

    Credits: Director, Alex Lovy; story, Ben Hardaway, Milt Schaffer;
    animation, George Dane; music, Darrell Calker. Technicolor.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc. and Walter Lantz Productions;
    29May42; MP12557.


  ACE IN THE HOLE. Presented by Chevrolet. 1 min., sd., color.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Sales Corp.; title,
    descr., & 44 prints, 26Apr40; MU10214.


  AN ACHE IN EVERY STAKE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 1,646 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Del Lord; story and screenplay, Lloyd A. French.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 12Aug41; LP11200.


  ACQUA ZANIES. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1948. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (The World of Sports, no. 139)

    Summary: The development of the technique of water skiing is
    demonstrated.

    Credits: Director, Harry Foster; commentator, Bill Stern; music,
    Jack Shaindlin.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 15Jul48; MP3368.


  ACQUITTED BY THE SEA. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1940. 1 reel,
    sd. (Robert Ripley's Believe It or Not)

    Credits: Producer, Truman Talley; director, Earl Allvine;
    photographer, Jack Painter; editor, Russ Sheilds.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 27Sep40; MP10501.


  ACROBANTICS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Dec45; MP134.


  ACROBATIC ACES. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd. (Grantland
    Rice Sportlight)

    Credits: Narrator, Ted Husing.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 7Feb41; MP10836.


  ACROBATIC BABIES. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1948. 8 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (The World of Sports, no. 141)

    Summary: A film about swimming, with emphasis upon the stunt
    swimming of children and babies.

    Credits: Producer and director, Harry Foster; commentator, Bill
    Stern; music, Jack Shaindlin; editor, Dan Heiss.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp., 14Oct48; MP3474.


  THE ACROBATIC ILLINI. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1948. 10 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (Grantland Rice Sportlight)

    Summary: This film, which shows students doing difficult gymnastics
    in the "circus stunt" class at the University of Illinois, is
    climaxed by an acrobatic act presented at the University by the Ward
    Bell Flyers, a Barnum-Bailey-Ringling team.

    Credits: Directed and photographed by Russell T. Erwin, Rod Warren;
    narrator, Ted Husing.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 10Dec48; MP3586.


  ACRO-BATTY. Loew's Inc., c1942. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 834
    ft., sd., b&w. (A Pete Smith Specialty)

    Credits: Director, Louis Lewyn; film editor, Philip Anderson.

    © Loew's Inc.; 16Apr42; MP12443.


  ACROBATTY BUNNY. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1946. 7 min., sd.,
    35mm. (Looney Tunes)

    Credits: Director, Robert McKimson; story, Warren Foster.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 29Jun46; MP761.


  ACROSS THE GREAT DIVIDE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1946. 8
    min., sd., color, 35mm. (Movietone Adventures)

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; film editor, Russ Sheilds; narrator,
    Ed Thorgersen; music, L. DeFrancesco.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 5Jul46; MP1496.


  ACROSS THE PACIFIC. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1942. 10 reels, sd.
    A First National picture. From the serial by Robert Carson.

    Credits: Producers, Jerry Wald, Jack Saper; director, John Huston;
    screenplay, Richard Macaulay; music, Adolph Deutsch; music director,
    Leo F. Forbstein; film editor, Frank Magee.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., 5Sep42; LP11564.


  ACROSS THE RIO GRANDE. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1949. 55 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A Western about the capture of outlaws who are smuggling
    gold ore into the United States from Mexico.

    Credits: Producer, Louis Gray; director, Oliver Drake; original
    screenplay, Ronald Davidson; music director, Edward Kay; film
    editor, John C. Fuller.

    Cast: Jimmy Wakely, "Cannonball" Taylor, Reno Browne, Riley Hill,
    Dennis Moore.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 15May49; LP2416.


  ACROSS THE SIERRAS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Barsha; director, D. Ross Lederman; original
    screenplay, Paul Franklin; film editor, James Sweeney.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 16Jan41; LP10236.


  AN ACT OF MURDER. SEE Live Today for Tomorrow.


  ACT OF VIOLENCE. Loew's Inc., c1948. 82 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. An MGM
    picture. Based on a story by Collier Young.

    Summary: A melodrama in which a returned veteran who once betrayed
    his comrades in a Nazi prison camp again meets one of the men whom
    he has wronged. Setting, California, at the close of the war.

    Credits: Producer, William H. Wright; director, Fred Zinneman;
    screenplay, Robert L. Richards; music score, Bronislau Kaper.

    Cast: Van Heflin, Robert Ryan, Janet Leigh, Mary Astor, Phyllis
    Thaxter.

    © Loew's Inc.; 10Dec48; LP2015.


  ACTION IN ARABIA. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1944. 75 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Maurice Geraghty; director, Leonide Moguy;
    original screenplay, Philip MacDonald, Herbert Biberman; music, Roy
    Webb; music director, C. Bakaleinikoff; editor, Robert Swink.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 16Feb44; LP12591.


  ACTION IN SPORTS. Vitaphone Corp., c1947. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (The Sports Parade) Warner Bros.

    Credits: Narration, Charles L. Tedford; narrator, Truman Bradley.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 2Dec47; MP2542.


  ACTION IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1943. 127
    min., sd. Based on a story by Guy Gilpatric.

    Credits: Producer, Jerry Wald; director, Lloyd Bacon; screenplay,
    John Howard Lawson; music, Adolph Deutsch; music director, Leo F.
    Forbstein; film editor, Thomas Pratt.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 12Jun43; LP12095.


  ACTUAL VIEWS OF A LOCOMOTIVE FIRE BOX FIRED BY AN FD STOKER.

    Appl. author: The Standard Stoker Co., Inc. as employer for hire of
    Abram Ladue Whipple.

    © The Standard Stoker Co., Inc.; title & descr., 6Jan41; 3 prints;
    12Dec40; MU10748.


  ACTUAL VIEWS OF A LOCOMOTIVE FIRE BOX FIRED BY AN HT STOKER.

    Appl. author: The Standard Stoker Co., Inc. as employer for hire of
    Abram Ladue Whipple.

    © The Standard Stoker Co., Inc.; title & descr., 6Jan41; 3 prints;
    12Dec40; MU10747.


  ACUERDATE-DE-ME. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 31Dec43; MP15227.


  ADAM HAD FOUR SONS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 9 reels, sd. Based
    on the novel "Legacy" by Charles Bonner.

    Credits: Producer, Robert C. Sherwood; director, Gregory Ratoff;
    screenplay, William Hurlbut, Michael Blankfort; original score, W.
    Frank Harling; music director, C. Bakaleinikoff; film editor,
    Francis D. Lyon.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 18Feb41; LP10451.


  ADAM'S RIB. Loew's Inc., c1949. 101 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. An MGM
    picture.

    Summary: A marital comedy. On opposing sides in a bitter court
    battle, a district attorney and his lawyer-wife match wits on equal
    rights for women.

    Credits: Producer, Lawrence Weingarten; director, George Cukor;
    screenplay, Ruth Gordon, Garson Kanin; music, Miklos Rozsa; film
    editor, George Boemler.

    Cast: Spencer Tracy, Katharine Hepburn, Judy Holliday, Tom Ewell,
    David Wayne.

    © Loew's Inc.; 1Nov49; LP2615.


  ADDITION IS EASY. Coronet, c1948. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Demonstrates by coins and figures the need for addition,
    the meaning of placement for units, tens, and hundreds, and the
    process for "carrying" a number in addition. For primary grades.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, F. Lynwood Wren.

    © David A. Smart; 17Dec48; MP3706.


  ADDRESS UNKNOWN. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1944. 8 reels, sd. From the
    story by Kressmann Taylor.

    Credits: Producer and director, William Cameron Menzies; screenplay,
    Herbert Dalmas; music score and arrangement, Ernst Toch; music
    director, M. W. Stoloff; cameraman, Victor Schewrich; film editor,
    Al Clark.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Jun44; LP12703.


  ADIOS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 2Mar41; MP10878.


  ADIOS AMERICANO. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 27Jul42; MP12815.


  ADIOS SENOR. Featurettes, Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    Appl. author: Roy Mack.

    © Featurettes, Inc.; 31Dec41; MP12679.


  ADIOSITA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 18Feb45; MP15635.


  ADVANCED ART OF HAIR COMBING TECHNIQUE. c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Shows ways in which hair set with Foundation Finger Wave
    can be dressed.

    Credits: Producer and director, Maurice Bérubé.

    © Jean Maurice Bérubé; 26Oct47; MP2768.


  ADVANCED SALESMANSHIP. SEE Lacy Slides.


  ADVANCED TUMBLING. Coronet, c1945. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Appl. authors: Karl W. Bookwalter, Otto Ryser.

    © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 14Dec45;
    MP2023.


  ADVANCED TYPING. United States Navy, sd., 16mm. © De Frenes & Co.

    Appl. authors: George W. Chapman, H. Bauernschmidt.

    Shortcuts. © title, descr., & 8 prints, 27Oct43; MU14134.

    Duplicating and Manuscript. © title, descr., & 8 prints, 27Oct43;
    MU14135.


  ADVENTURE. Loew's Inc., c1946. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 14
    reels, sd., b&w. A Victor Fleming production. Based on a novel by
    Clyde Brion Davis.

    Credits: Producer, Sam Zimbalist; director, Victor Fleming;
    screenplay, Frederick Hazlitt Brennan, Vincent Lawrence; adaptation,
    Anthony Veiller, William H. Wright; music score, Herbert Stothart;
    orchestration, Murray Cutter; film editor, Frank Sullivan.

    © Loew's Inc.; 8Jan46; LP55.


  ADVENTURE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Credits: Producer, William D. Alexander; director, Leonard Anderson.

    © Soundies Films, Inc. (in notice: Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc.); 30Dec46; MP1700.


  ADVENTURE IN BALTIMORE. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1949. 89 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. A Dore Schary presentation.

    Summary: A domestic comedy of 1905 in which the young suffragette
    daughter of a minister arouses the indignation of the strait-laced
    citizenry by painting nude models.

    Credits: Producer, Richard H. Berger; director, Richard Wallace;
    original story, Lesser Samuels, Christopher Isherwood; screenplay,
    Lionel Houser; music, Frederick Hollander; music director, C.
    Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Robert Swink.

    Cast: Robert Young, Shirley Temple, John Agar, Albert Sharpe;
    Josephine Hutchinson.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 14Apr49; LP2281.


  ADVENTURE IN BLACKMAIL. Distributed by English Films, Inc., c1943. 8
    reels, sd. A Mercury production. From a story by Emeric Pressburger.

    Credits: Producer, R. Norton; director, Harold Huth; scenario,
    Roland Pertwee; music director, Mischa Spoliansky; camera, B.
    Franke; editor, Sidney Cole.

    © English Films, Inc.; 2Dec43; LP12437.


  ADVENTURE IN BOOGIE WOOGIE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 15Apr46; MP446.


  ADVENTURE IN DIAMONDS. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1940. 8 reels, sd.
    Based on a story by Frank O'Connor.

    Credits: Director, George Fitzmaurice; screenplay, Leonard Lee,
    Franz Schulz; photography, Charles Lang; film editor, LeRoy Stone.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 5Apr40; LP9523.


  ADVENTURE IN LEARNING; a story of wheat. Presented by National Biscuit
    Co.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization, Inc.

    © National Biscuit Co.; title, descr., & 10 prints, 9Oct44; MU15263.


  ADVENTURE IN WASHINGTON. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 10 reels, sd.
    From the story by Jeanne Spencer and Albert Benham.

    Credits: Producer, Charles R. Rogers; director, Alfred E. Green;
    screenplay, Lewis R. Foster, Arthur Caesar; music director, M. W.
    Stoloff; film editor, James Sweeney.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 30May41; LP10778.


  ADVENTURE ISLAND. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1947. 67 min., sd., color,
    35mm. Based on "The Ebb-Tide" by Robert Louis Stevenson and Lloyd
    Osbourne.

    Credits: Producers, William H. Pine, William C. Thomas; director,
    Peter Stewart; screenplay, Maxwell Shane; music score, Darrell
    Calker; film editor, Howard Smith.

    Cast: Rory Calhoun, Rhonda Fleming, Paul Kelly.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 10Oct47; LP1242.


  THE ADVENTURE OF A READY LETTER WRITER. SEE A Letter for Evie.


  THE ADVENTURE OF THE FIVE ORANGE PIPS. SEE The House of Fear.


  THE ADVENTURE OF THE SPECKLED BAND. Marshall Grant-Realm Television
    Productions, c1949. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Adapted from the story
    by A. Conan Doyle.

    Summary: Sherlock Holmes solves one murder and prevents another when
    he discovers that a doctor possesses a trained swamp adder.

    Credits: Screenplay, Walter Doniger; music, William Lava; editor,
    Daniel Cahn.

    © Realm Television Productions, Inc.; 4Apr49; LP2252.


  THE ADVENTURE OF THE SPECKLED BAND. Marshall Grant-Realm Television
    Productions, c1949. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Adapted from the story
    by A. Conan Doyle.

    Summary: Sherlock Holmes solves one murder and prevents another when
    he discovers that a doctor possesses a trained swamp adder.

    Credits: Producer, Stanley Rubin; director, Sobey Martin;
    screenplay, Walter Doniger; music, William Lava; editor, Daniel
    Cahn.

    © Realm Television Productions, Inc.; 27Jun49; LP2423.


  ADVENTURES IN BREADLAM. Burns Industrial Film Corp., c1946. 3 reels,
    sd., color, 16mm.

    Credits: Story in rhyme, Ruth Snow Burns.

    Appl. author: Ruth Snow Burns.

    © Burns Industrial Film Corp.; 10Apr46; MP483.


  ADVENTURES IN SILVERADO. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1948. 75 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Suggested by Robert Louis Stevenson's story, "The
    Silverado Squatters."

    Summary: Robert Louis Stevenson, coming to Napa Valley, California,
    in 1880, finds material for a story in the adventures of a young
    stagecoach driver and a highwayman.

    Credits: Producers, Ted Richmond, Robert Cohn; director, Phil
    Karlson; screenplay, Kenneth Gamet, Tom Kilpatrick, Jo Pagano; film
    editor, Henry Batista.

    Cast: William Bishop, Gloria Henry, Forrest Tucker, Edgar Buchanan,
    Edgar Barrier.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 24Mar48; LP1516.


  ADVENTURES IN SOUTH AMERICA. Released by Warner Bros. Pictures, c1945.
    10 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Technicolor Adventures)

    Credits: Director, Lewis N. Cotlow; narrator, Knox Manning.
    Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 30Dec45; MP954.


  THE ADVENTURES OF A ROOKIE. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1943. 65 min.,
    sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director, Leslie Goodwins; original
    story and adaptation, William Bowers, M. Coates Webster; screenplay,
    Edward James; music director, C. Bakaleinikoff; editor, Harry
    Marker.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 22Aug43; LP12250.


  ADVENTURES OF BUNNY RABBIT. SEE Aventures de Jeannot Lapin.


  ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN MARVEL. c1941. Presented by Republic Pictures. 2
    reels each (no. 1, 3 reels), sd. Based on the character in "Whiz
    Comics" magazine. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 28Mar41; no. 1–6,
    LP10386; no. 7–12, LP10481.

    Credits: Associate producer, Hiram S. Brown, Jr.; directors, William
    Witney, John English; original screenplay, Ronald Davidson, Norman
    S. Hall, Arch B. Heath, Joseph Poland, Sol Shor; music score, Cy
    Feuer; photography, William Nobles; film editors, Edward Todd,
    William Thompson.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    1. Curse of the Scorpion.

    2. The Guillotine.

    3. Time Bomb.

    4. Death Takes the Wheel.

    5. The Scorpion Strikes.

    6. Lens of Death.

    7. Human Targets.

    8. Boomerang.

    9. Dead Man's Trap.

    10. Doom Ship.

    11. Valley of Death.

    12. Captain Marvel's Secret.


  ADVENTURES OF CASANOVA. Eagle Lion Films, Inc., c1948. 83 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. A Bryan Foy production. Based on a story by Crane Wilbur.

    Summary: Casanova, leader of the Sicilian patriots after the fall of
    Palermo in 1793, combines guerilla warfare with romance.

    Credits: Producer, Leonard S. Picker; director, Roberto Gavaldon;
    screenplay, Crane Wilbur, Walter Bullock, Karen DeWolf; music score,
    Hugo Friedhofer, music director, Irving Friedman; film editor, Louis
    H. Sackin.

    Cast: Arturo DeCordova, Lucille Bremer, Turhan Bey, John Sutton,
    George Tobias.

    © Pathe Industries, Inc.; 7Feb48; LP1465.


  THE ADVENTURES OF DON COYOTE. Comet Productions, Inc., c1947. 65 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm.

    Summary: Two Mexican horsemen help a girl and her brother protect
    their western ranch against the encroachments of desperadoes.

    Credits: Producers, Buddy Rogers, Ralph Cohn; director, Reginald
    LeBorg; original story. Bob Williams; screenplay, Bob Williams,
    Harold Tarshis; music score, David Chudnow; film editor, Lynn
    Harrison.

    Cast: Richard Martin, Frances Rafferty, Val Carlo, Benny Bartlett,
    Marc Cramer.

    © Comet Productions, Inc.; 9May47; LP1446.


  THE ADVENTURES OF DON JUAN. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1949. 110
    min., sd., color, 35mm. Based on a story by Herbert Dalmas.

    Summary: The swashbuckling adventures of Don Juan in the Spanish
    court of King Philip III and Queen Margaret.

    Credits: Producer, Jerry Wald; director, Vincent Sherman;
    screenplay, George Oppenheimer, Harry Kurnitz; music, Max Steiner;
    music director, Leo F. Forbstein; film editor, Alan Crosland, Jr.

    Cast: Errol Flynn, Viveca Lindfors, Robert Douglas, Alan Hale,
    Romney Brent.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 20Jan49; LP2107.


  ADVENTURES OF FRANK AND JESSE JAMES. Republic Productions, Inc.,
    c1948. 2 reels each (no. 1, 3 reels), sd., b&w, 35mm. © Republic
    Pictures Corp.; no. 1–7, 26Jul48; LP1757, no. 8–13, 12Nov48; LP1953.

    Credits: Associate producer, Franklin Adreon; directors, Fred
    Brannon, Yakima Canutt; original screenplay, Franklin Adreon, Basil
    Dickey, Sol Shor; music director, Morton Scott; film editors, Cliff
    Bell, Sam Starr.

    Cast: Clayton Moore, Steve Darrell, Noel Neill, George J. Lewis,
    Stanley Andrews.

    1. Agent of Treachery.

    2. The Hidden Witness.

    3. The Lost Tunnel.

    4. Blades of Death.

    5. Roaring Wheels.

    6. Passage to Danger.

    7. The Secret Code.

    8. Doomed Cargo.

    9. The Eyes of the Law.

    10. The Stolen Body.

    11. Suspicion.

    12. Talk or Die.

    13. Unmasked.


  ADVENTURES OF GALLANT BESS. Crestview Productions, Inc. Released by
    Eagle Lion Films, Inc., c1948. 73 min., sd., color, 35mm.

    Summary: A Western about the loyalty of a wild mare to the cowboy
    who captures and trains her.

    Credits: Producers, Jerry Briskin, Matthew Rapf; director, Lew
    Landers; screenplay, Matthew Rapf; music director, Irving Friedman;
    music, Irving Gertz; film editor, Harry Komer.

    Cast: Gallant Bess, Cameron Mitchell, Audrey Long, Fuzzy Knight,
    James Millican.

    © Crestview Productions, Inc.; 19Oct48; LP1858.


  THE ADVENTURES OF ICHABOD AND MR. TOAD. Walt Disney Productions.
    Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1949. 68 min., sd., color,
    35mm. Based on "The Wind in the Willows" by Kenneth Grahame, and
    "The Sketch Book" by Washington Irving.

    Summary: The reckless and irresponsible Mr. Toad's passion for
    excitement leads him into difficulties with the law. After a wild
    ride, with the Headless Horseman in hot pursuit, Ichabod Crane
    vanishes. An animated cartoon.

    Credits: Production supervisor, Ben Sharpsteen; directors, Jack
    Kinney, Clyde Geronimi, James Algar; story, Erdman Penner, and
    others; animation, Frank Thomas, Fred Moore, George Rowley, and
    others; music director, Oliver Wallace; film editor, John O. Young.

    Cast: Bing Crosby relating the story of "Ichabod Crane" and Basil
    Rathbone narrating the story of "Mr. Toad."

    © Walt Disney Productions; 1Jun49; LP2432.


  ADVENTURES OF KITTY O'DAY. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1944. 7 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lindsley Parsons; director, William Beaudine;
    original story, Victor Hammond; screenplay, Tim Ryan, George
    Callahan, Victor Hammond; photography, Mack Stengler; film editor,
    Richard Pike.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 20Oct44; LP12930.


  THE ADVENTURES OF MARK TWAIN. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1944. 130
    min., sd. A Warner Bros.-First National picture. Based on the play
    "Mark Twain" by Harold M. Sherman, and other works.

    Credits: Producer, Jesse L. Lasky; director, Irving Rapper;
    screenplay, Alan LeMay; adaptation, Alan LeMay, Harold M. Sherman;
    music, Max Steiner; music director, Leo F. Forbstein; orchestral
    arrangements, Bernard Kaun; film editor, Ralph Dawson.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 13May44; LP12643.


  ADVENTURES OF MARTIN EDEN. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 9 reels,
    sd., A Samuel Bronston production. Based on the novel "Martin Eden"
    by Jack London.

    Credits: Producer, B. P. Schulberg; director, Sidney Salkow;
    screenplay, W. L. River; music director, M. W. Stoloff; film editor,
    Al Clark.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 18Feb42; LP11066.


  ADVENTURES OF RED RYDER. c1940. Presented by Republic Pictures. 2
    reels each (no. 1, 3 reels), sd. Based upon the NEA newspaper
    feature. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 28Jun40; no. 1–6, LP9786; no.
    7–12, LP9891.

    Credits: Associate producer, Hiram S. Brown, Jr.; directors, William
    Witney, John English; original screenplay, Franklyn Adreon, Ronald
    Davidson, Norman S. Hall, Barney A. Sarecky, Sol Shor; music score,
    Cy Feuer; photography, William Nobles; film editors, Edward Todd,
    William Thompson.

    Cast: Don "Red" Barry, Noah Beery, Tommy Cook, Bob Kortman, William
    Farnum.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    1. Murder on the Santa Fe Trail.

    2. Horsemen of Death.

    3. Trail's End.

    4. Water Rustlers.

    5. Avalanche.

    6. Hangman's Noose.

    7. Framed.

    8. Blazing Walls.

    9. Records of Doom.

    10. One Second to Live.

    11. The Devil's Marksman.

    12. Frontier Justice.


  THE ADVENTURES OF RUSTY. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1945. 67 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Rudolph C. Flothow; director, Paul Burnford;
    original Story, Al Martin; screenplay, Aubrey Wisberg; music
    director, M. R. Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Reg Browne.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 24Aug45; LP13458.


  THE ADVENTURES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.,
    c1939. 7,200 ft., sd. Based on the play "Sherlock Holmes" by William
    Gillette.

    Credits: Director, Alfred Werker; screenplay, Edwin Blum, William
    Drake; music director, Cyril J. Mockridge.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 1Sep39; LP9334.


  ADVENTURES OF SIR GALAHAD. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1949. 2 reels,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.

    Credits: Producer, Sam Katzman; director, Spencer Bennet;
    screenplay, George Plympton, Lewis Clay, David Mathews; film editor,
    Earl Turner, Dwight Caldwell.

    1. The Stolen Sword. © 22Dec49; LP2708.


  THE ADVENTURES OF SMILIN' JACK. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1942. 2
    reels each. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc. Based on the newspaper
    feature "Smilin' Jack" by Zack Mosley.

    Credits: Directors, Ray Taylor, Lewis D. Collins; original
    screenplay, Morgan B. Cox.

    1. The High Road to Doom! © 21Aug42; LP11539.

    2. The Rising Sun Strikes. © 21Aug42; LP11540.

    3. Attacked by Bombers. © 21Aug42; LP11541.

    4. Knives of Vengeance. © 28Aug42; LP11556.

    5. A Watery Grave. © 28Aug42; LP11557.

    6. Escape by Clipper. © 28Aug42; LP11558.

    7. Fifteen Fathoms Below. © 4Sep42; LP11562.

    8. Treachery at Sea! © 4Sep42; LP11563.

    9. The Bridge of Peril! © 9Sep42; LP11572.

    10. Blackout in the Islands! © 9Sep42; LP11573.

    11. Held for Treason. © 9Sep42; LP11574.

    12. The Torture Fire Test. © 15Sep42; LP11581.

    13. Sinking the Rising Sun. © 15Sep42; LP11582.


  ADVENTURES OF THE FLYING CADETS. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1943.
    2 reels each, sd. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.

    Credits: Directors, Ray Taylor, Lewis D. Collins; screenplay, Morgan
    B. Cox, George H. Plympton, Paul Huston.

    1. The Black Hangman Strikes. © 20Aug43; LP12222.

    2. Menaced by Murderers. © 20Aug43; LP12223.

    3. Into the Flames! © 20Aug43; LP12224.

    4. The Door to Death! © 20Aug43; LP12225.

    5. Crashed in a Crater! © 20Aug43; LP12226.

    6. Rendezvous with Doom. © 20Aug43; LP12230.

    7. Gestapo Execution. © 20Aug43; LP12231.

    8. Masters of Treachery. © 20Aug43; LP12232.

    9. Wings of Destruction. © 20Aug43; LP12233.

    10. Caught in the Caves of An-kar-ban. © 20Aug43; LP12234.

    11. Hostages for Treason. © 20Aug43; LP12235.

    12. The Black Hangman Strikes Again. © 20Aug43; LP12236.

    13. The Toll of Treason! © 20Aug43; LP12237.


  ADVENTURES OF TOM THUMB, JR. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1940. 1
    reel, sd. (Walter Lantz Cartune)

    Credits: Director, Burt Gillett.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 27Feb40; MP10011.


  THE ADVENTURESS. Individual Pictures. Denham, England. Released in U.
    S., c1947. 98 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Producers, Sidney Gilliat, Frank Launder; director, Frank
    Launder; written by Frank Launder, Sidney Gilliat, Wolfgang Wilhelm;
    music, William Alwyn; film editor, Thelma Myers.

    Cast: Deborah Kerr, Trevor Howard, Raymond Huntley.

    © General Films Distributors, Ltd.; 17Mar47; LP1206.


  ADVENTURING PUPS. Released by Young America Films, Inc., c1948. 8
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: The adventures of three beagle puppies that ran away from
    home. Designed for kindergarten and primary grades.

    © Morton Schindel; 25Oct48; MP3504.


  AERIAL DEAD RECKONING. Springer Pictures, Inc., for the United States
    Navy.

    Appl. author: John H. Obold.

    © Springer Pictures, Inc.; title, descr., & 4 prints, 25Mar44;
    MU14655.


  AERIAL GUNNER. Paramount Pictures Inc. with U. S. Army Air Corps
    cooperation, c1943. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, William H. Pine; screenplay, Maxwell Shane.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 22Mar43; LP12115.


  AERIAL MAP READING. Springer Pictures, Inc., for the United States
    Navy.

    Appl. author: H. C. Gibson.

    © Springer Pictures, Inc.; title, descr., & 4 prints, 25Mar44;
    MP14656.


  AERONUTICS. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 938
    ft., sd., sepia. (A Pete Smith Specialty)

    Credits: Directors, Francis Corby, S. B. Harrison; film editor,
    Philip Anderson.

    © Loew's Inc.; 30Apr41; LP10445.


  AESOP'S FABLES. SEE Aesop's Fox and Grapes.


  AESOP'S FOX AND CRANE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1948. 1
    reel, si., b&w, 8mm. Adapted from the sound film "Three Fox Fables."

    Summary: A dramatization of the familiar fable presenting the moral
    "Who laughs last, laughs best."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 23Nov48; MP3566.


  AESOP'S FOX AND GRAPES. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1948. 1
    reel, si., b&w, 8mm. Adapted from the sound film, "Aesop's Fables."

    Summary: A dramatization of the familiar fable presenting the moral
    "He who falls for flattery is a fool."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 23Nov48; MP3567.


  AESOP'S HARE AND TORTOISE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.,
    c1948. 1 reel, si., b&w, 8mm.

    Summary: The tortoise wins again in this dramatization of the
    well-known fable.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 23Feb48; MP3133.


  AFFAIRS OF A ROGUE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1949. 95 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the play "The First Gentleman" by Norman Ginsbury.

    Summary: An historical drama about the regency of George, Prince of
    Wales, during the early part of the 19th century.

    Credits: Producer, Joseph Friedman; director, Cavalcanti;
    screenplay, Nicholas Phipps; adaptation, Reginald Long; music,
    Lennox Berkeley; film editor, Margery Saunders.

    Cast: Jean Pierre Aumont, Joan Hopkins, Cecil Parker, Ronald Squire,
    Margaretta Scott.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 17Feb49; LP2103.


  AFFAIRS OF ADELAIDE. SEE The Forbidden Street.


  AFFAIRS OF GERALDINE. c1946. Presented by Republic Pictures. 8 reels,
    sd., 35mm. Based on a story by Lee Loeb and Arthur Strawn.

    Credits: Associate producer, Armand Schaefer; director, George
    Blair; screenplay, John K. Butler; music director, Morton Scott;
    orchestral arrangements, Dale Butts; cinematographer, John Alton;
    film editor, Tony Martinelli.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 19Jul46; LP593.


  THE AFFAIRS OF MARTHA. Loew's Inc., c1942. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 7 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, Irving Starr; director, Jules Dassin; original
    story and screenplay, Isobel Lennart, Lee Gold; music score,
    Bronislau Kaper; film editor, Ralph Winters.

    © Loew's Inc.; 7Jul42; LP11474.


  THE AFFAIRS OF SUSAN. c1945. 11 reels, sd. A Paramount picture.

    Credits: Producer, Hal B. Wallis; director, William A. Seiter;
    original story, Thomas Monroe, Laszlo Gorog; screenplay, Thomas
    Monroe, Laszlo Gorog, Richard Flournoy; music score, Frederick
    Hollander; editor, Eda Warren.

    © Hal Wallis Productions, Inc.; 29Mar45; LP13202.


  AFFECTIONATELY YOURS. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1941. 9 reels. A
    Warner Bros.-First National pictures. From the story by Fanya Foss
    and Aleen Leslie.

    Credits: Director, Lloyd Bacon; screenplay, Edward Kaufman.

    © Warner Bros, Pictures, Inc.; 10May41; LP10452.


  AFRICA IN THE WAR. Ava Hamilton Singer. Color, 16mm.

    Credits: Photographer, Ava Hamilton Singer.

    © Ava Hamilton Singer; title, descr., & 7 prints, 2Dec41; MU11845.


  AFRICA SQUEAKS. The Vitaphone Corp., c1940. 1 reel, sd. (Looney Tunes)

    Credits: Animation, John Carey, Dave Hoffman.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 27Jan40; MP9968.


  AFRICAN DIARY. Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1945. 1 reel,
    sd., color. (A Walt Disney Goofy)

    Credits: Director, Jack Kinney; story, Bill Peed; animation, Andy
    Engman, Eric Larson, Murray McClellan, Marc Davis; music, Oliver
    Wallace. Technicolor.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 1Jan45; LP13237.


  AFSTANDLOPE. SEE Distance Races.


  AFTER A WHILE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 23Jul45; MP16159.


  AFTER MEIN KAMPF—? the story of Adolph Hitler. Produced in England.
    Released by Crystal Pictures, Inc., c1940. 6 reels, sd.

    Appl. author: Jacques Haik.

    © Crystal Pictures, Inc.; 13Sep40; LP9981.


  AFTER MIDNIGHT WITH BOSTON BLACKIE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1943. 7
    reels, sd. Based upon the character created by Jack Boyle.

    Credits: Producer, Sam White; director, Lew Landers; story, Aubrey
    Wisberg; screenplay, Howard J. Green; music director, M. W. Stoloff;
    film editor, Richard Fantl.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 18Mar43; LP12227.


  AFTER THE BALL. Distributed by Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    Inc., c1946. Presented by R. C. M. Productions, Inc. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Ben Hersh; director, Dave Gould.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 23Dec46; MP1410.


  AFTER THE SWIM. Presented by Chevrolet. 1 min., sd., color.

    Credits: Technicolor.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Sales Corp.; title &
    descr., 25Apr40; 19 prints, 26Apr40; MU10169.


  AFTERMATH OF WAR PRODUCTION. 1–1/2 reels.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization, Inc.

    © Automotive Council; title & descr., 19Oct44; 11 prints, 18Oct44;
    MU15326.


  AFWEER VAN HET LICHAAM TEGAN ZIETKE. Encyclopaedia Films, Inc., c1946.
    1 reel, sd., 16mm.

    © Encyclopaedia Films, Inc.; 15Jul46; MP871.


  AGAINST THE TIDE. Sponsored by the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.
    15 min., sd., color, 16mm.

    Summary: The film shows students of the Moody Bible Institute doing
    social service work in Chicago.

    Credits: Producer, director, and editor, Henry Ushijima; narrator,
    Kenneth Nordine.

    © Moody Bible Institute of Chicago; title, descr., & 3 prints,
    23Jan48; MU2677.


  AGAINST THE WIND. Ealing Studios, Ltd., London, c1948. Released in the
    U. S. through Eagle Lion Films, Inc., 1949. 95 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A melodrama told in semi-documentary style. A group of
    people, trained for espionage by British Intelligence in 1943,
    parachute into Belgium to destroy Gestapo records and free an
    important British agent.

    Credits: Producer, Michael Balcon; director, Charles Crichton;
    original story, J. Elder Wills; adaptation, Michael Pertwee;
    screenplay, T. E. B. Clarke; music, Leslie Bridgewater, editor, Alan
    Osbiston.

    Cast: Robert Beatty, Jack Warner, Simone Signoret, Gordon Jackson,
    Paul Dupuis.

    © Ealing Studios, Ltd.; 25Feb48; LP2539.


  AGRICULTURE. c1945. 1 reel, sd. (Your Life Work Series) Vocational
    Guidance Films, Inc.

    © A. P. Twogood; 15Nov45; MP43.


  AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. Herbert Kerkow, c1947. Presented by U. S.
    Information Service. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Editor, Stanley Cypher.

    © Herbert Kerkow; 15Apr47; MP1943.


  ÁGUAS DE INFILTRAÇÃO. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd., 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborator, Carey Croneis.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 29May46; MP734.


  AH, WILDERNESS. SEE Summer Holiday.


  AH, YES, THERE'S GOOD BLUES TONIGHT. Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Gould.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Sep46; MP1172.


  AHEAD AUTOMATICALLY. Jam Handy Organization, Inc. Presented by
    Oldsmobile Division, General Motors Corp. 1 min., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: Displays the 1948 Futuramic Oldsmobile convertible with
    Hydra-matic drive.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 26Jan48; 5 prints,
    27Jan48; MU2680.


  AHOY, DAVY JONES. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1949. 11 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. (Movietone Adventures)

    Summary: Demonstrates various types of equipment used in deep sea
    diving. Photographed at Weekiwachee Springs, Fla.

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; narrator, George C. Putnam; music
    score, L. DeFrancesco; cameraman, Jack Kuhne; film editor, Arthur
    Lincer.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 1Jul49; MP4822.


  AIM FOR SAFETY. Produced for the Aetna Life Insurance Co., in
    cooperation with Outdoors Magazines, c1946. Presented by the Aetna
    Life Affiliated Companies. 2 reels, sd., 16mm.

    Appl. author: Leslie Coleman.

    © Aetna Life Insurance Co.; 1Oct46; MP1555.


  AIN'T LOVE CUCKOO. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1946. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Jules White; story and screenplay, Felix Adler.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 6Jun46; LP603.


  AIN'T MISBEHAVIN'. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 15Dec41; MP11937.


  AIN'T MY SUGAR SWEET. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1943. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 6Dec43; MP14269.


  AIN'T SHE PRETTY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 20Nov44; MP15399.


  AIN'T THAT DUCKY. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1945. 7 min., sd.,
    color. (Looney Tunes)

    Credits: Director, I. Freleng; story, Michael Maltese; animation,
    Gerry Chiniquy; music director, Carl W. Stalling. Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 21May45; MP15975.


  AIR ALL AROUND US. Young America Films, Inc., c1948. 10 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Designed for use in the elementary school, this film
    explains the properties of air by demonstrating that air is a
    substance which exerts pressure, expands and contracts, and can be
    compressed.

    Credits: Director, Helen Warrin; author, Leonard Peck; advisers,
    Gerald S. Craig, Helen Warrin.

    © Leonard Peck Productions; 15Apr48; MP3957.


  AIR BRAKES OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE. Jam Handy Organization, Inc.
    Presented by Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Co. 3 reels,
    sd., b&w, 35mm.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 5Mar47; 21 prints,
    3Mar47; MU1752.


  AIR FORCE. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1943. 124 min., sd. A Warner
    Bros.-First National picture.

    Credits: Producer, Hal B. Wallis; director, Howard Hawks; original
    screenplay, Dudley Nichols; music, Franz Waxman; music director, Leo
    F. Forbstein; film editor, George Amy.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 20Mar43; LP11920.


  AIR FORCE AND THE RETAILER. Presented by National Association of
    Broadcasters. sd., b&w.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization, Inc.

    © National Association of Broadcasters; title, descr., & 11 prints,
    29Nov43; MU14231.


  AIR IN ACTION. Coronet, c1947. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborator, Ira M. Freeman.

    © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 2Apr47;
    MP2500.


  AIR LUXURY FOR TOMORROW. Presented by Consolidated Vultee Aircraft
    Corp. 1 reel, sd., color.

    Credits: Kodachrome.

    © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 14Feb46; 60
    prints, 17Feb46; MU207.


  AIR MAIL SPECIAL. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 8Dec41; MP11908.


  AIR MASSES AND FRONTS. Walt Disney Productions. sd., color.

    © Walt Disney Productions; title, descr., & 2 prints, 22Aug44;
    MU15125.


  AIR PARADE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 9Apr43; MP13456.


  AIR RAID WARDEN. c1943. Presented by Universal. 1 reel, sd., color.
    (Walt Lantz Cartune)

    Credits: Director, Alex Lovy; story, Ben Hardaway, Milton Schaffer;
    animation, George Dane; music, Darrell Calker. Technicolor.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc. & Walter Lantz Productions; 12Jan43;
    MP13332.


  AIR RAID WARDENS. Loew's Inc., c1943. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 7 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, B. F. Zeidman; director, Edward Sedgwick;
    original screenplay, Martin Rackin, Jack Jevne, Charles Rogers,
    Harry Crane; music score, Nat Shilkret; film editor, Irvine
    Warburton.

    © Loew's Inc.; 17Mar43; LP11931.


  AIR TRANSPORTATION. Burton Holmes Films, Inc., c1947. 1 reel, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. (Your Life Work Series) Vocational Guidance Films, Inc.

    © A.P. Twogood; 15May47; MP2080.


  THE AIRACOBRA. Bell Aircraft Corp. 16mm.

    Appl. authors: A. T. Hapke, D. G. Forman.

    © Bell Aircraft Corp.; title, descr., & 9 prints, 17Nov41; MU11759.


  AIRCRAFT ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE. 3 reels each, sd. United States Navy.
    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc. The Finding and Attacking Factors.

    © title & descr., 9Sep43; 45 prints, 8Sep43; MU13908.

    Selecting the Point of Aim. © title & descr., 9Sep43; 45 prints,
    8Sep43; MU13909.


  THE AIRCRAFT MAGNETO; theory of operation of the eight pole magneto.

    © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 19Oct44; 11
    prints, 18Oct44; MU15357.


  AIRCRAFT RECOGNITION—AD–1 SKYRAIDER. Jam Handy Organization, Inc. 1
    reel, color, 16mm. U. S. Navy.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 26Apr47; 6 prints,
    28Apr47; MU1986.


  AIRCRAFT WELDING. Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc., 1 reel, sd., b&w.
    U. S. Navy, Aviation Service Schools.

    © Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.; title & descr., 12Feb42; 165
    prints, 9Feb42; MU12159.


  AIRCRAFT WORK, c1943. 1 reel, sd. U. S. Office of Education. © Bray
    Studios, Inc.

    Tube Bending by Hand. © 10Dec43; MP14295.


  AIRCRAFT WORK; aircraft maintenance. The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.,
    c1945. 1 reel each. © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.

    Appl. author: John Freese.

    Repairing Structural Tubing. © 1Apr45; MP15824.

    Splicing a Wooden Spar. © 1Apr45; MP15825.

    Patching Fabric. © 1Apr45; MP15826.

    Repairing a Wooden Rib. © 1Apr45; MP15882.

    Patching Plywood. © 1Apr45; MP15883.


  AIRCRAFT WORK; aircraft maintenance. The Pathescope Co. of America,
    Inc., c1945. 1 reel each. © The Pathescope Co. of America, Inc.

    Adjustments After Check Flight. © 1Aug45; MP16602.

    Connecting and Adjusting Controls. © 1Aug45, MP16603.

    Installing and Aligning Tail Surfaces. © 1Aug45; MP16604.

    Installing Landing Gear. © 1Aug45; MP16605.

    Attaching and Aligning Wings. © 1Aug45; MP16606.


  AIRCRAFT WORK; aircraft maintenance. Tradefilms, Inc., c1945. 1 reel.
    © Tradefilms, Inc.

    Making Sheet Metal Repairs. © 1Sep45; MP33.


  AIRCRAFT WORK; assembling and riveting. c1944. Presented by Office of
    Education. 1 reel each, b&w. © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.

    1. Assembling in a Jig (Fitting and Lining Up). © 14Feb44; MP14561.

    2. Assembling in a Jig (Drilling and Riveting). © 14Feb44; MP14562.

    3. Drilling with Portable Drill Motors. © 14Feb44; MP14563.

    4. Dimpling and Countersinking. © 14Feb44; MP14564.

    5. Driving and Bucking Rivets. © 14Feb44; MP14565.

    6. Removing Defective Rivets. © 14Feb44; MP14566.


  AIRCRAFT WORK; assembling and riveting. Tradefilms, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel each. © Tradefilms, Inc.

    7. Squeeze Riveting, Portable and Stationary Riveters. © 1Sep45;
    MP39.

    8. Blind Riveting. © 1Sep45; MP40.

    9. Assembling and Riveting. © 1Sep45; MP41.


  AIRCRAFT WORK; blanking sheet metal. Jam Handy Organization, Inc. for
    United States Office of Education, Division of Visual Aids,
    c1943–44. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.

    1. Blanking Sheet Metal on the Squaring Shear. 2 reels, sd. ©
    1Dec43; MP14584.

    3. Blanking with the Swing Arm Router. 1 reel, b&w, © 12May44;
    MP14980.


  AIRCRAFT WORK; blanking sheet metal. Bray Studios, Inc., c1943. 2
    reels, sd. United States Office of Education. © Bray Studios, Inc.

    2. Blanking Sheet Metal with Hand Snips. © 5Nov43; MP14181.


  AIRCRAFT WORK; blanking sheet metal. Tradefilms, Inc., c1945. 1 reel.
    © Tradefilms, Inc.

    4. Blanking with Rotary and High Speed Shears. © 1Sep45; MP36.


  AIRCRAFT WORK; control cables. Bray Studios, Inc., c1944. 1 reel each,
    sd. © Bray Studios, Inc.

    1. Making a Wrapped and Soldered Splice. © 21Aug44; MP15138.

    3. Swaging Cable Terminals. © 21Aug44; MP15139.

    Making a Five Tuck Splice. © 8Sep44; MP15214.


  AIRCRAFT WORK; finishing. Tradefilms, Inc., c1945. 1 reel. ©
    Tradefilms, Inc. Using a Portable Spray Gun. © 1Sep45; MP34.


  AIRCRAFT WORK; forming sheet metal. c1944. Presented by Office of
    Education. 1 reel each. © The Jam Handy Organization, Ind.

    1. Forming with Rubber on the Hydraulic Press. © 15May44; MP14978.

    3. Forming on a Hand Operated Brake. © 5May44; MP14979.


  AIRCRAFT WORK; forming sheet metal. Bray Studios, Inc., c1943. 2 reel,
    United States Office of Education. © Bray Studios, Inc.

    4. Finish Forming by Hand. © 5Nov43; MP14178.


  AIRCRAFT WORK; forming sheet metal. Tradefilms, Inc., c1945. 1 reel
    each. © Tradefilms, Inc.

    2. Forming on Rotary Machines. © 1Sep45; MP35.

    5. Forming with a Drop Hammer. © 1Sep45; MP37.

    6. Forming on the Stretching Machine. © 1Sep45; MP38.


  AIRCRAFT WORK; inspection. Division of Visual Aids, U. S. Office of
    Education, c1944. 1 reel each, sd. © Jamieson Film Co.

    1. Inspection of Sheet Metal Parts. © 1Jun44; MP14956.

    2. Inspection of Minor Assemblies. © 1Jun44; MP14953.

    3. Inspection of Plumbing and Piping. © 1Jun44; MP14954.

    4. Inspection of Threads. © 1Jun44; MP14955.

    5. Hardness Testing (Rockwell). © 1Jun44; MP15356.


  AIRCRAFT WORK; metal fabrication. Tradefilms, Inc., c1945. 1 reel. ©
    Tradefilms, Inc.

    Fabricating Metal Aircraft. © 1Sep45; MP32.


  AIRCRAFT WORK; power plant maintenance. Herbert Kerkow, c1945. 1 reel
    each. © Herbert Kerkow.

    Engine Change: Installation. © 1Jun45; MP16340.

    Trouble Shooting Problems—Fuel Induction. © 1Jun45; MP16342.

    Trouble Shooting Problems—Ignition. © 1Jun45; MP16343.

    Trouble Shooting Problems—Mechanical and Lubrication. © 1Jun45;
    MP16346.

    Engine Change: Removal. © 1Jun45; MP16347.


  AIRCRAFT WORK; power plant maintenance. Audio Productions, Inc.,
    c1945. 1 reel each. © Audio Productions, Inc.

    Inspecting and Reconditioning Piston Assembly. © 1Jun45; MP16455.

    Servicing Spark Plugs and Ignition Wiring. © 1Jun45; MP16456.

    Overhauling the Carburetor. © 1Jun45; MP16457.

    Overhauling Camshaft Assembly and Crankcase Section. © 1Jun45;
    MP16458.

    Overhauling Crankshaft Assembly. © 1Jun45; MP16459.

    Disassembling the Engine. © 1Jun45; MP16460.

    Removing and Inspecting Cylinders. © 1Jun45; MP16461.

    Reassembling the Engine. © 1Jun45; MP16463.

    Inspecting and Reconditioning Valve Assembly. © 1Jun45; MP16464.

    Servicing and Timing Magnetos. © 1Jun45; MP16466.


  AIRCRAFT WORK; preventive maintenance. Herbert Kerkow, c1945. 1 reel
    each. © Herbert Kerkow.

    Periodic Inspection—Engine. © 1Jun45; MP16339.

    Preflight Inspection—Airplane. © 1Jun45; MP16341.

    The Airplane Mechanic. © 1Jun45; MP16344.

    Preflight Inspection—Engine. © 1Jun45; MP16345.

    Periodic Inspection—Airplane. © 1Jun45; MP548.


  AIRCRAFT WORK; templates. Bray Studios, Inc., c1943–44. 2 reels each,
    sd. © Bray Studios, Inc.

    1. Making a Master Contour Template. © 22Mar44; MP14767.

    2. Making a Master Developed Layout, pt. 1. © 25Apr44; MP14771.

    3. Making a Master Developed Layout [and Making the Form Block], pt.
    2. © 26Jun44; MP15019.

    4. Sawing Template Metal. © 5Nov43; MP14179.

    5. Filing Template Metal. © 5Nov43; MP14180.


  AIRCRAFT WORK; wood fabrication. Bray Studios, Inc., c1944–45. 1 reel
    each. © Bray Studios, Inc.

    Appl. author: J. R. Bray.

    1. Building a Wooden Rib. © 1Feb45; MP15827.

    2. Building a Box Beam Spar. © 1Feb45; MP15828.

    3. Laying out and Forming Plywood. © 1Feb45; MP15829.

    4. Wing Assembly: The Nose Section. © 6Dec44; MP15466; © 1Feb45;
    MP15830.

    5. Wing Assembly: The Inboard Panel. © 1Feb45; MP15831.

    6. Wing Assembly: The Bow Tip. © 1Feb45; MP15832.


  AIRLIFT TO BERLIN. Flory Films, Inc., c1948. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Demonstrates how supplies have been flown into blockaded
    Berlin since June, 1948.

    Credits: Written by Stanley Washburn; photographer, Agnew Fisher.

    Appl. author: John Flory.

    © Flory Films, Inc.; 1Dec48; MP4081.


  AIRLINE GLAMOUR GIRLS. RKO Pathe, Inc., c1949. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Screenliner, no. 11)

    Summary: Follows a prospective airline hostess through the course of
    training at the McConnell Hostess School in Minneapolis.

    Credits: Producer, Burton Benjamin; director and photographer,
    Howard Winner; narrator, Andre Baruch; music, Nathaniel Shilkret;
    editor, Isaac Kleinerman.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 5Aug49; MP4635.


  THE AIRPLANE CHANGES OUR WORLD MAP. Erpi Classroom Films, Inc., c1942.
    1 reel, sd. With teacher's handbook.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.; 10Oct42; MP14196.


  THE AIRPORT. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1948. 1 reel, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: A visit to the airport of a large city, and activity
    incidental to embarking on a trip. A commercial plane lands, and
    another takes off. The pilot of a private plane presents his plans
    and receives permission to take off.

    Credits: Collaborator, Paul R. Hanna.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 24Nov48; MP3601.


  AIRWAYS OF THE FUTURE. Time, Inc., c1944. 2 reels. (Forum Edition)

    © Time, Inc.; 1Dec44; MP15978.


  AKKA TOP FLOW AUTOMATIC WASHER. Presented by Appliance Corp. of
    America, sd.

    Appl. author: John W. Chamberlain.

    © Appliance Corp. of America; title & 4 prints, 10Apr47; descr.,
    20Apr47; MU1961.


  AL DONAHUE AND HIS ORCHESTRA IN HARMONY HIGHWAY. Universal Pictures
    Co., Inc., c1944. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Will Cowan; director, Vernon Keays;
    music director, H. J. Salter; film editor, Paul Landres.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 28Nov44; LP13040.


  ALABAMY BOUND. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 22Dec41; MP11954.


  ALADDIN'S LAMP. Distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.,
    c1943. Presented by Paul Terry. 1 reel, sd., color. (A Terrytoon)

    Credits: Director, Eddie Donnelly; story, John Foster; music, Philip
    A. Scheib. Technicolor.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 22Oct43; MP14828.


  ALADDIN'S LAMP. Terrytoons, Inc., c1943. 1 reel, sd., color. (A
    Terrytoon)

    Credits: Director, Eddie Donnelly; story, John Foster. Technicolor.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 22Oct43; MP14786.


  ALADDIN'S LAMP. Walter Lantz Productions, Inc. for the Coca-Cola
    Company, c1949. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.

    Summary: When Aladdin finds the magic lamp in a treasure-filled
    cave, he makes a wish and receives a bottle of Coca-Cola. An
    animated cartoon.

    © Walter Lantz Productions, Inc.; 22Jul49 (in notice: 1948); LP2611.


  ALAN COURTNEY'S 1280 CLUB. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 900 ft.,
    sd. (Famous Bands, no. 1)

    Credits: Director, Ted Lloyd; cameramen, George Hinners, Edward
    Hyland; editor, Harry Glass.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 27Aug42; MP13429.


  THE ALARM CLOCK. Gateway Productions, Inc., c1949. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. (The Pirro Series, no. 3)

    Summary: Pat explains to his puppet, Pirro, how to tell time and how
    an alarm clock works.

    Credits: Written and directed by Alvin J. Gordon.

    © Gateway Productions, Inc.; 15Jan49 (in notice: 1948); LP2344.


  ALASCA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd.,
    16mm.

    Credits: Collaborator, Viljhalmur Stefansson. Portuguese version of
    "Alaska."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 29Jun46; MP829.


  ALASKA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in collaboration with
    Viljhalmur Stefansson, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Spanish
    version of "Alaska."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 5Feb47; MP1691.


  ALASKA. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1944. 8 reels, sd. Based on "Flush
    of Gold" by Jack London.

    Credits: Producer, Lindsley Parsons; director, George Archainbaud;
    screenplay, George Wallace Sayre, Harrison Orkow; music director,
    Edward Kay; photography, Archie Stout, Mack Stengler; film editor,
    Richard Currier.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 7Oct44; LP12886.


  ALASKA. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1947. 2 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. (Our Land and People Series)

    Summary: The film traces the history of Alaska from the time of the
    Russian explorations to the present, describes the physical
    characteristics and resources of the country, and depicts it as a
    land of opportunity for modern pioneers.

    Credits: Producers, Edmund Reek, Boris Vermont; script, Robert M.
    Hertzberg; narrator, Nelson Case; collaborators, Walter A. Anderson,
    Eric H. Haight, John E. Ivey, Gordon N. McKenzie, Robert Lee Morton,
    Samuel R. Powers, Howard E. Wilson, George L. White, J. Wallace
    Page, Jr., Miller McClintock; music, L. DeFrancesco; editors, John
    Oser, Lawrence Katz.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 12Nov47; MP2808.


  ALASKA. sd., color, 16mm.

    Appl. author: Archer Winsten.

    © Pan American World Airways; title, descr., & 2 prints, 20Oct45;
    MU16433.


  ALASKA, A MODERN FRONTIER. Coronet, c1948. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Provides a view of the geographic, economic, and social
    conditions in Alaska, and describes the opportunities for further
    development of the country.

    Credits: Thomas Frank Barton.

    © David A. Smart; 3Aug48; MP3701.


  ALASKA: GLOBAL CROSSROADS. Flory Films, Inc., c1948. 11 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. (America's Resources Series)

    Summary: Surveys the new geographical importance of Alaska, together
    with its industries, peoples, and problems.

    Credits: Producer, John Flory; screenplay, Katherine Coldwell;
    narrator, Nicki Burnett; photographer, Frederick R. Thomas.

    © John Flory; 1Dec48; MP4082.


  ALASKA HIGHWAY. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1943. 7 reels.

    Credits: Producers, William H. Pine, William C. Thomas; director,
    Frank McDonald; screenplay, Maxwell Shane, Lewis R. Foster;
    photographer, Fred Jackman, Jr.; film editor, William Zeigler.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 21Oct43; LP12573.


  ALASKA PATROL. Burwood Pictures Corp. Released through Film Classics,
    Inc., c1948. 61 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A melodrama about the activities of a Naval Intelligence
    Officer who impersonates an international spy.

    Credits: Director, Jack Bernhard; original screenplay, Arthur Hoerl;
    music score, Mahlon Merrick; editor, Charles Craft.

    Cast: Richard Travis, Helen Westcott, Emory Parnell, Richard Fraser,
    Jim Griffith.

    © Burwood Pictures Corp.; 21Dec48; LP2159.


  ALASKA, RESERVOIR OF RESOURCES. Erpi Classroom Films, Inc., c1941.
    With teacher's handbook.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.; 30Dec41; MP14193.


  ALASKA TOUR. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 1 reel, sd. (La Varre
    Travel)

    Credits: Narrator, Leon Sterling.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 27Nov41; MP12261.


  ALASKA WILD LIFE. Thorvald Hagbart Olsen, c1940. 100 ft., 16mm.

    © Thorvald Hagbart Olsen; 25Sep40; MP10790.


  ALASKA WILD LIFE, SEA LIONS, SOUTHEASTERN ALASKA. Thorvald Hagbart
    Olsen, c1940. 50 ft., 16mm.

    © Thorvald Hagbart Olsen; 25Sep40; MP10791.


  ALASKAN GRANDEUR. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1945. 1 reel,
    sd., color. (Father Hubbard's Movietone Adventures)

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; narrator, Lowell Thomas; music
    score, L. De Francesco. Cinecolor.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 16Mar45; MP16153.


  THE ALBANY-NEW YORK MARATHON. Kiekhaefer Corp., c1948. 14 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm.

    Summary: Shows outboard motorboats racing down the Hudson over a
    136–mile course from Albany to New York, and demonstrates the power
    of Mercury outboard motors.

    Appl. author: E. Carl Kiekhaefer.

    © Kiekhaefer Corp.; 27Jul48; MP3257.


  ALBUM OF ANIMALS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1947. 8 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. (Lew Lehr's Dribble-Puss Parade)

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; continuity, Valeska Weidig; music
    score, L. deFrancesco.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 21Nov47; MP2697.


  AN ALBUM OF THE AMERICAS. 33 min., sd., color.

    Credits: Commentator, Lowell Thomas. Technicolor.

    Appl. authors: Marinobel Smith, Alice Welte.

    © International Business Machines Corp.; title & 6 prints, 6Sep46;
    descr., 4Oct46; MU1141.


  ALBUQUERQUE. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1948. 90 min., sd., color,
    35mm. A Clarion production. Based on the novel "Dead Freight for
    Piute" by Luke Short [pseud. of Frederick Dilley Glidden]

    Summary: New Mexico in the 70's, when wagons carried freight,
    provides the setting for this story of the rivalry between two
    companies which transport ore.

    Credits: Producers, William Pine, William Thomas; director, Ray
    Enright; screenplay, Gene Lewis, Clarence Upson Young; music score,
    Darrell Calker; film editor, Howard Smith.

    Cast: Randolph Scott, Barbara Britton, George "Gabby" Hayes, Lon
    Chaney, Russell Hayden.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 20Feb48; LP1473.


  ALCOHOL AND THE HUMAN BODY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.,
    1949. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Shows how alcohol is made, how it affects the body, and how
    alcoholics are being treated medically.

    Credits: Collaborator, Anton J. Carlson.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 13Jun49; MP4260.


  ALCOHOL AS A PREVENTIVE OF EXPERIMENTAL NEUROSES. 16mm.

    Credits: Jules H. Masserman, Mary Grier Jacques.

    © Jules H. Masserman; title, descr., & 3 prints, 18Jan46; MU180.


  THE ALDRICH FAMILY GETS IN THE SCRAP. Released thru Paramount Pictures
    Inc., c1943. 10 min., sd. A Pine-Thomas production.

    Credits: Director, Frank McDonald; screenplay, Howard J. Green;
    music score, Daniele Amfitheatrof; editor, Howard A. Smith.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 25Mar43; LP11974.


  ALEX IN WONDERLAND. The Vitaphone Corp., c1940. 20 min. (Broadway
    Brevity) From an original story by H. C. Witwer, Jr.

    Credits: Director, Charles Reisner; screenplay, Owen Crump.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 9Mar40; LP9470.


  ALFALFA'S DOUBLE. Loew's Inc., c1939. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 970 ft., sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Edward Cahn; screenplay, Hal Law, Robert McGowan;
    film editor, Albert Akst.

    © Loew's Inc.; 29Dec39; LP9494.


  ALFARERÍA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in collaboration with
    Forest Grant and Roberta Leber, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Spanish version of "Pottery Making."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 11Mar47; MP1846.


  ALGEBRA IN EVERYDAY LIFE. Coronet, c1948. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: An explanation of the uses of algebra in solving problems
    of everyday life. Demonstrates three steps in the algebraic process:
    observation, translation, and manipulation and computation.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, R. Orin Cornett.

    © David A. Smart; 27Dec48; MP4240.


  ALI BABA AND THE FORTY THIEVES. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1943.
    10 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Paul Malvern; director, Arthur Lubin; written for
    the screen by Edmund L. Hartmann; music score, Edward Ward;
    photography, George Robinson.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 31Dec43; LP12432.


  ALI THE GIANT KILLER. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 947 ft., sd.
    (The World of Sports, no. 66)

    Credits: Commentator, Knox Manning.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 28Dec40; MP10860.


  ALIAS A GENTLEMAN. Loew's Inc., c1948. 75 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. An MGM
    picture. Based on a story by Peter Ruric.

    Summary: A melodrama with a reformed convict cast as the hero.

    Credits: Producer, Nat Perrin; director, Harry Beaumont; screenplay,
    William R. Lipman; music score, David Snell; film editor, Ben Lewis.

    Cast: Wallace Beery, Tom Drake, Dorothy Patrick, Gladys George, Leon
    Ames.

    © Loew's Inc.; 20Jan48; LP1452.


  ALIAS BILLY THE KID. c1946. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Bennett Cohen; director, Thomas Carr;
    original story, Norman Sheldon; screenplay, Earle Snell, Betty
    Burbridge; photographer, Bud Thackery; film editor, Charles Craft.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 5Apr46; LP313.


  ALIAS BOSTON BLACKIE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 7 reels, sd.
    Based upon the character created by Jack Boyle.

    Credits: Director, Lew Landers; original screenplay, Paul Yawitz;
    photography, Phil Tannura; film editor, Richard Fantl.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 10Mar42; LP11117.


  ALIAS MR. TWILIGHT. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1946, 69 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Credits: Producer, John Haggott; director, John Sturges; original
    story, Arthur E. Orloff; screenplay, Brenda Weisberg; music
    director, Paul Sawtell; film editor, Aaron Stell.

    Cast: Michael Duane, Trudy Marshall, Lloyd Corrigan.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 24Dec46; LP751.


  ALIAS NICK BEAL. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1949. 93 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: An allegory in which an ambitious politician accepts help
    from an agent of the devil.

    Credits: Producer, Endre Bohem; director, John Farrow; screenplay,
    Jonathan Latimer; original story, Mindret Lord; music score, Franz
    Waxman.

    Cast: Ray Milland, Audrey Totter, Thomas Mitchell, George Macready,
    Fred Clark.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 4Mar49; LP2135.


  ALIAS THE CHAMP. Republic Productions, Inc., c1949. 60 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: A prizefight melodrama in which Gorgeous George grapples
    with racketeers and rival wrestlers.

    Credits: Associate producer, Stephen Auer; director, George Blair;
    written by Albert DeMond; music, Stanley Wilson; film editor, Harold
    Minter.

    Cast: Robert Rockwell, Barbra Fuller, Audrey Long, Jim Nolan,
    Gorgeous George.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 5Oct49; LP2564.


  ALIAS THE DEACON. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1940. 8 reels. Based
    on the play by John B. Hymer and Le Roy Clemens.

    Credits: Director, Christy Cabanne; screenplay, Nat Perrin, Charles
    Grayson.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 15Apr40; LP9439.


  ALIBI. c1943. Presented by Republic Pictures. 7 reels, sd. Adapted
    from the French story "L'Alibi" by Marcel Achard.

    Credits: Producer, Josef Somlo; director, Brian Desmond Hurst;
    screenplay, R. Carter, Juttke, Companeez; script, Brian Desmond
    Hurst; music director, Jack Beaver; cameraman, W. McLeod; editor,
    Alan Jaggs.

    Appl. author: Corona Pictures, Ltd.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 24Mar43; LP12015.


  ALIBI BABY. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1944. 18 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, George Bilson; director, Hal Yates; story, Norman
    Markwell, Les Goodwins; screenplay, Hal Yates; film editor, Ernie
    Leadlay.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 31Dec44; LP13163.


  ALICE IN JUNGLELAND. The Vitaphone Corp., c1945. 10 min., sd.
    (Vitaphone Varieties)

    Credits: Director, Marjorie Freeman; narrator, Marvin Mueller.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 17Dec45; MP345.


  ALICE IN MOVIELAND. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1940. 20 min.
    (Broadway Brevity)

    Credits: Director, Jean Negulesco; original story, Ed Sullivan;
    screenplay, Owen Crump, Cyrus D. Wood.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 16Nov40; LP10062.


  ALIGNING AND INSTALLING AUXILIARY MACHINERY.

    Appl. author: Arthur Hoerl.

    © R. C. M. Productions, Inc.; title, descr., & 15 prints, 24Nov43;
    MU14185.


  THE ALIMENTARY TRACT. SEE

    La Región Alimentaria.

    Die Spysverteringskanaal.


  OS ALIMENTOS E A NUTRIÇÃO. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.,
    c1946. 1 reel, sd., 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborators: A. J. Carlson, H. C. Swann.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 18Jun46; MP773.


  ALIMONY. Orbit Productions, Inc. Released through Eagle Lion Films,
    Inc., c1949. Presented by Equity Pictures, Inc. 71 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: After wrecking the marriage of a young song writer, an
    unscrupulous woman is outsmarted by her millionaire husband.

    Credits: Producer, Constantin J. David; director, Alfred Zeisler;
    original story, Sherman L. Lowe, Royal K. Cole; screenplay, Lawrence
    Lipton, George Bricker, Sherman L. Lowe; music score, Alexander
    Laszlo; film editor, Joseph Gluck.

    Cast: Martha Vickers, John Beal, Hillary Brooke, Laurie Lind, Leonid
    Kinskey.

    © Pathe Industries, Inc.; 24Jun49; LP2404.


  ALL ABOARD! Vitaphone Corp., c1946. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm. Warner
    Bros.

    Credits: Producer, Gordon Hollingshead; director, Carl Dudley;
    narration, Saul Elkins; narrator, Knox Manning.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 2Nov46; MP2421.


  ALL ABOUT DOGS. Distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.,
    c1942. Presented by Paul Terry. 1 reel, sd., color. (A Terrytoon)

    Credits: Director, Connie Rasinski; story, John Foster; music,
    Philip A. Scheib. Technicolor.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 12Jun42; MP12570.


  ALL ABOUT HASH. Loew's Inc., c1940. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    990 ft., sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Edward Cahn; screenplay, Hal Law, Robert McGowan;
    film editor, Adrienne Fazan.

    © Loew's Inc.; 5Apr40; LP9589.


  THE ALL AMERICAN BANDS. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1943. 10 min.,
    sd. (Melody Master)

    Credits: Director, Jean Negulesco; narrator, Knox Manning.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 22May43; MP13599.


  ALL-AMERICAN CO-ED. Released through United Artists, c1941. Presented
    by Hal Roach. 5 reels, sd. From an original story by Leroy Prinz and
    Hal Roach, Jr.

    Credits: Director, Leroy Prinz; screenplay, Cortland Fitzsimmons;
    adaptation, Kenneth Higgins; music score, Edward Ward; film editor,
    Bert Jordan.

    © Hal Roach Studios, Inc.; 30Oct41; LP10814.


  ALL-AMERICAN SHUCKERS. Presented by Bayer-Semesan Co., Inc. 1/2 reel,
    sd.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © Bayer-Semesan Co., Inc.; title & descr., 17Jan40; 418 prints,
    19Jan40; MU9941.


  ALL-AMERICAN SWING STARS. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1948. 1 reel, sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (Grantland Rice Sportlight)

    Summary: A demonstration of skill by the members of Grantland Rice's
    All American Golf Team. The players are Sam Snead, Jimmy Thompson,
    Byron Nelson, Jimmy Demaret, Ben Hogan, Lew Worsham, and Joe
    Kirkwood.

    Credits: Narrator, Bill Slater.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 16Jan48; MP2655.


  ALL-AMERICANS NOW. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1943. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 20Sep43; MP13959.


  ALL BRIDES ARE BEAUTIFUL. SEE From This Day Forward.


  ALL BY MYSELF. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1943. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Bernard W. Burton; director, Felix E.
    Feist; original story, Dorothy Bennett, Link Hannah; screenplay,
    Hugh Wedloch, Jr., Howard Snyder; photography, Paul Ivano; film
    editor, Charles Maynard.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 30Apr43; LP12036.


  ALL GIRL REVUE. The Vitaphone Corp., c1940. 10 min., sd. (Vitaphone
    Varieties)

    Credits: Director, Lloyd French; story, Eddie Forman, Cyrus D. Wood.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 22Jun40; MP10292.


  ALL GUMMED UP. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1947. 18 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Credits: Director, Jules White; story and screenplay, Felix Adler.

    Cast: The Three Stooges.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 11Dec47; LP1348.


  ALL I NEED IS YOU. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 10Aug42; MP12855.


  ALL IN A NUTSHELL. Walt Disney Productions. Released through RKO Radio
    Pictures, Inc., c1948. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Donald Duck
    Cartoon)

    Credits: Director, Jack Hannah; story, Bill Berg, Nick George;
    animation, Bill Justice, Bob Carlson, Judge Whitaker, Jack Boyd;
    music, Oliver Wallace.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 30Aug48; LP2586.


  ALL IN FAVOR SAY AYE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1946. Presented by RCM Productions, Inc. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Credits: Producer, Ben Hersh; director, Dave Gould.

    © Soundies Films, Inc. (in notice: Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc.); 30Dec46; MP1576.


  ALL IRONED OUT. General Electric Co., c1949. 1/2 min., sd., color,
    35mm.

    Summary: Demonstrates the General Electric Rotary Ironer.

    © General Electric Co.; 22Apr49; MP4408.


  ALL MAINLINER PASSENGERS. 750 ft., color, 16mm.

    Summary: A training film which shows how passengers behave from the
    time that they obtain flight information until they board the
    planes.

    © United Air Lines, Inc.; title, descr., & 2 prints, 12Jul48;
    MU3424.


  ALL MY GRATITUDE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946.
    1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. A Filmcraft production.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Films, Inc. (in notice: Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc.); 30Dec46; MP1640.


  ALL MY SONS. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1948. 94 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the play by Arthur Miller.

    Summary: The tragedy of a guilt-burdened war profiteer, who, though
    exonerated by the courts, was responsible for the deaths of 21
    pilots.

    Credits: Produced and written by Chester Erskine; director, Irving
    Reis; orchestrations, David Tamkin; music, Leith Stevens; film
    editor, Ralph Dawson.

    Cast: Edward G. Robinson, Burt Lancaster, Mady Christians, Louisa
    Horton, Howard Duff.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 8Jun48; LP1917.


  ALL OUT FOR "V". Distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.,
    c1942. Presented by Paul Terry. 1 reel, sd. (A Terrytoon)

    Credits: Director, Mannie Davis; story, John Foster; music, Philip
    A. Scheib.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 7Aug42; MP12760.


  THE ALL-PURPOSE HAIRCUT. c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Explains the technique and advantages of the all-purpose
    haircut.

    Credits: Producer and director, Maurice Bérubé.

    © Jean Maurice Bérubé; 26Oct47; MP2769.


  ALL RIGHT FOR YOU. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1945. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 19Mar45; MP15732.


  ALL RUZZITT BUZZITT. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1945. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 16Jul45; MP16098.


  ALL SAILS SET. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1943. 1 reel, sd. (Grantland
    Rice Sportlight)

    Credits: Narrator, Ted Husing.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 10Sep43; MP13938.


  ALL STAR MELODY MASTERS. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1944. 10 min.,
    sd. (Melody Masters)

    Credits: Director, Jean Negulesco.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 16Oct44; MP15302.


  ALL STAR MUSICAL REVUE. The Vitaphone Corp., c1945. 20 min., sd.
    (Featurette)

    Credits: Music directors, LeRoy Prinz, Busby Berkeley.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 29Dec45; LP47.


  ALL STAR MUSICAL REVUE. The Vitaphone Corp., c1945. 20 min., sd.
    (Featurette)

    Credits: Music directors, LeRoy Prinz, Busby Berkeley.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 14Nov45; MP16495.


  ALL THAT MONEY CAN BUY. c1941. 106 min., sd. Based on the story "The
    Devil and Daniel Webster" by Stephen Vincent Benet.

    Credits: Producer and director, William Dieterle; story, Stephen
    Vincent Benet; screenplay, Dan Totheroh, Stephen Vincent Benet;
    music, Bernard Herrmann; editor, Robert Wise.

    Appl. author: William Dieterle Productions.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 6Oct41; LP10745.


  ALL THE WORLD'S A STOOGE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Del Lord; story and screenplay, John Grey.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 16May41; LP10476.


  ALL THEM BISCUITS. Video Varieties Corp. 3 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: "All Them Biscuits" is sung by The Striders, a Negro male
    quartet.

    © Video Varieties Corp.; title & descr., 13Sep49; 3 prints, 18May49;
    MU4533.


  ALL THESE THINGS. Presented by National War Finance Committee.
    English, French versions, sd.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization, Inc.

    © National Film Board; title, descr., & 40 prints, 9Oct43; MU14020.


  ALL THIS, AND HEAVEN TOO. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1940. 15
    reels, sd. A Warner Bros.-First National picture. By Rachel Field.

    Credits: Director, Anatole Litvak; screenplay, Casey Robinson;
    music, Max Steiner.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 12Jul40; LP9763.


  ALL THIS AND RABBIT STEW. c1941. 1 reel, sd. (Merrie Melodies) Leon
    Schlesinger Productions.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; story, Dave Monahan; animation,
    Virgil Ross; music director, Carl W. Stalling.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 20Sep41; MP11561.


  ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1942. 107 min.,
    sd. From a story by Leonard Q. Ross and Leonard Spigelgass.

    Credits: Associate producer, Jerry Wald; director, Vincent Sherman;
    screenplay, Leonard Spigelgass, Edwin Gilbert; film editor, Rudi
    Fehr.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 10Jan42; LP10951.


  ALL TOGETHER. Time, Inc., c1948. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: After attending a national convention of the Junior
    Division of National Red Cross, high school students show how best
    to serve their community through their Junior Red Cross activities.

    © Time, Inc.; 30Jun48; MP4022.


  ALL WET. General Electric Co., c1949. 1/2 min., sd., color, 35mm.

    Summary; Demonstrates the General Electric All Automatic Washer.

    © General Electric Co.; 22Apr49; MP4397.


  ALL WORK AND NO PAY. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 1,371 ft.

    Credits: Director, Del Lord; story and screenplay, Elwood Ullman,
    Monty Collins.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 8Jul42; LP11579.


  ALLERGIC TO LOVE. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1944. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Warren Wilson; director, Edward Lilley;
    original story, Warren Wilson, Jack Townley, John Larkin;
    screenplay, Warren Wilson; film editor, Philip Cahn.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 30Jun44; LP12744.


  ALLERGY: IMMUNOLOGY—DIAGNOSIS—TREATMENT. Wyeth, Inc. 1 reel, sd., b&w.

    Summary: A pictorial study of the immunochemistry of allergies.

    Credits: Producer, Joseph P. Hackel; illustrator, E. Madsen;
    narrator, Phil Clarke.

    © Wyeth, Inc.; title, descr., & 31 prints, 12Sep49; MU4479.


  THE ALLEY CAT. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    870 ft., sd., color. (An MGM Cartoon) A Hugh Harman production.

    Credits: Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 12Jul41; LP10641.


  ALLOTMENT WIVES. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1945. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producers, Jeffrey Bernerd, Kay Francis; director, William
    Nigh; original story, Sidney Sutherland; screenplay, Harvey H.
    Gates, Sidney Sutherland; photographer, Harry Neumann; film editor,
    William Austin.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 8Oct45; LP13707.


  ALL'S FAIR AT THE FAIR. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1947. 1 reel, sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Popeye the Sailor Cartoon)

    Credits: Director, Seymour Kneitel; story, I. Klein, Jack Ward.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 19Dec47; LP1370.


  ALL'S WELL. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; story, Bob Wickersham; animation,
    David Tendlar, William Nolan.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 3Jan41; LP10188.


  ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL. Distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp., c1940. Presented by Paul Terry. 1 reel, sd. (A Terrytoon)

    Credits: Producer, Paul Terry; director, Mannie Davis; story, John
    Foster; music, Philip A. Scheib.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 8Mar40; MP10401.


  ALLURING ALASKA. c1941. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 808 ft.,
    sd., color. (James A. FitzPatrick's Traveltalks)

    Credits: Producer and narrator, James A. FitzPatrick; photographer,
    Bob Carney. Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 24Feb41; MP10969.


  ALMOST MARRIED. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1942. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Ken Goldsmith; director, Charles
    Lamont; original story, Theodore Reeves; screenplay, Hugh Wedlock,
    Jr., Howard Snyder; photography, Jerome Ash; film editor, Ed Curtis.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 4Mar42; LP11114.


  ALOHA HOOEY. The Vitaphone Corp., c1942. 7 min., sd., color. (Merrie
    Melodies)

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; story, Michael Maltese;
    animation, Virgil Ross; music director, Carl Stalling. Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 3Jan42; MP12286.


  ALOMA OF THE SOUTH SEAS. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1941. 9 reels, sd.,
    color. From the play by LeRoy Clemens and John B. Hymer.

    Credits: Producer, B. G. De Sylva; director, Alfred Santell; story,
    Seena Owen, Kurt Siodmak; screenplay, Frank Butler, Seena Owen,
    Lillian Hayward; photographer, Karl Struss; film editor, Arthur
    Schmidt. Technicolor.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 29Aug41; LP10960.


  ALONA ON THE SARONG SEAS. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, I. Sparber; story, Jack Ward, Jack Mercer;
    animation, Dave Tendlar, Abner Kneitel.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 4Sep42; LP11575.


  ALONG CAME DAFFY. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1946. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Looney Tunes)

    Credits: Director, I. Freleng; story, Ted Pierce, Michael Maltese.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 22Oct46; MP2446.


  ALONG CAME JONES. Released through RKO Radio Pictures, c1945.
    Presented by International Pictures, Inc. 90 min., sd. From the
    novel by Alan LeMay.

    Credits: Producer, Gary Cooper; director, Stuart Heisler; written
    for the screen, by Nunnally Johnson; music score, Arthur Lange; film
    editor, Thomas Neff.

    © Cinema Artists Corp.; 20Jun45; LP13336.


  ALONG THE CACTUS TRAIL. c1944. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 858
    ft., sd., color. (James A. FitzPatrick's Traveltalks)

    Credits: Narrator, James A. FitzPatrick; photography, Charles Boyle.
    Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 2Apr44; MP14902.


  ALONG THE GOLDEN TRAIL. Presented by Richfield Oil Corp. 3 reels, sd.

    © Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.; title & descr., 3May40; 112
    prints, 4May40; MU10225.


  ALONG THE NAVAJO TRAIL. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1945. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 15Oct45; MP16402.


  ALONG THE NAVAJO TRAIL. c1946. Presented by Republic Pictures. 8
    reels, sd., 35mm. Based on a novel by William Colt MacDonald.

    Credits: Associate producer, Edward J. White; director, Frank
    McDonald; screenplay, Gerald Geraghty; music director, Morton Scott;
    orchestral arrangements, Dale Butts; photographer, William Bradford;
    film editor, Tony Martinelli.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 19Feb46; LP319.


  ALONG THE OREGON TRAIL. Republic Pictures Corp., c1947. 64 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm.

    Credits: Associate producer, Melville Tucker; director, R. G.
    Springsteen; original screenplay, Earle Snell; music director, Mort
    Glickman; film editor, Arthur Roberts.

    Cast: Monte Hale, Adrian Booth, Foy Willing, the Riders of the
    Purple Sage.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 2Sep47; LP1219.


  ALONG THE RAINBOW TRAIL. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1946. 1
    reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Lowell Thomas' Movietone Adventures)

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; music score, L. DeFrancesco;
    photographer, Jack Kuhne; film editor, Russ Sheilds. Technicolor.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 15Feb46; MP1091.


  ALONG THE RIO GRANDE. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1941. 64 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director, Edward Killy; story,
    Stuart Anthony; screenplay, Arthur V. Jones, Morton Grant; music,
    Paul Sawtelle; editor, Frederic Knudtson.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 7Feb41; LP10336.


  ALONG THE SUNDOWN TRAIL. Producers Releasing Corp., c1943. 6 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sigmund Neufeld; director, Peter Stewart;
    original screenplay, Arthur St. Claire; music, Johnny Lange, Lew
    Porter; film editor, Holbrook N. Todd.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 1Feb43; LP11822.


  ALONG THE TEXAS RANGE. Movietone. Distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp., c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Narration, Hugh James; music score, L. de Francesco; film
    editor, Russ Sheilds.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 9Oct42; MP15400.


  ALOUETTE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp, of America, Inc.; 18Aug41; MP11460.


  THE ALPHABET SONG. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 5Oct42; MP13080.


  ALTER EGO. SEE Bewitched.


  ALTERNATING CURRENT PRINCIPLES. De Forest's Training, Inc., c1948. 100
    ft., b&w, 16mm. (Radio Electronics, reel lesson 6)

    Summary: Explains the principles of alternating current—how
    alternating current is developed, what its operating characteristics
    are, and how the a-c transformer works.

    © De Forest's Training, Inc,; 1Oct48; MP3899.


  ALUMINUM. Eastman Kodak Co., c1941. 1 reel.

    Appl. author: Marjorie F. Ellis.

    © Eastman Kodak Co.; 11Sep41; MP11989.


  ALVINO REY AND HIS ORCHESTRA. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1948. 15
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A musical short.

    Credits: Producer and director, Will Cowan; film editor, Otto
    Ludwig.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 23Mar48 (in notice: 1947); MP2874.


  ALWAYS A BRIDE. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1940. 7 reels. A Warner
    Bros.-First National picture. From a play by Barry Conners.

    Credits: Director, Noel M. Smith; screenplay, Robert E. Kent.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 2Nov40; LP10017.


  ALWAYS A BRIDESMAID. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1943. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Ken Goldsmith; director, Erle C.
    Kenton; original story, Oscar Brodney; screenplay, Mel Ronson.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 13Sep43; LP12272.


  ALWAYS IN MY HEART. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1942. 92 min., sd. A
    Warner Bros.-First National picture. Suggested by a play by Dorothy
    Bennett and Irving White.

    Credits: Associate producers, Walter MacEwen, William Jacobs;
    director, Jo Graham; original screenplay, Adele Comandini; music, H.
    Roemheld; music director, Leo F. Forbstein; orchestral arrangements,
    Frank Perkins; film editor, Thomas Pratt.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 24Feb42; LP11137.


  ALWAYS LEAVE THEM LAUGHING. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1949. 116
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A comedy in which both the glamour and the hard knocks of
    show business are represented in the story of a comedian's rise to
    stardom.

    Credits: Producer, Jerry Wald; director, Roy Del Ruth; story, Max
    Shulman, Richard Mealand; screenplay, Melville Shavelson, Jack Rose;
    music director, Ray Heindorf; music, Sammy Cahn; film editor,
    Clarence Kolster.

    Cast: Milton Berle, Virginia Mayo, Ruth Roman, Bert Lahr, Alan Hale.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 28Nov49; LP2637.


  ALWAYS ON THE BENCH. Techniprocess, c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Mario Castegnaro; written and directed by Roy
    Mack; music director, Lud Gluskin; photography, Ralph Hammeras.

    © Techniprocess & Special Effects Corp. d.b.a. Techniprocess;
    26Oct41; MP11969.


  ALWAYS READY. Presented by United States Coast Guard. sd.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 11Nov43; 5 prints,
    13Nov43; MU14130.


  ALWAYS TOGETHER. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1948, 78 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A dying millionaire transfers his property to Janie, a
    young stenographer, whose father he has swindled. Light comedy.

    Credits: Producer, Alex Gottlieb; director, Frederick De Cordova;
    original screenplay, Phoebe Ephron, Henry Ephron, I. A. L. Diamond;
    music, Werner Heymann; music director, Leo F. Forbstein; film
    editor, Folmer Blangsted.

    Cast: Robert Hutton, Joyce Reynolds, Cecil Kellaway, Ernest Truex.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 13Jan48; LP1409.


  ALWAYS TOMORROW. Presented by the Coca-Cola Co.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © The Coca-Cola Co.; title & descr., 1Nov41; 181 prints, 3Nov41;
    LU10808.


  AM I IN LOVE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 14Jul41; MP11332.


  AM I LUCKY? Distributed by Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    Inc., c1946. Presented by R. C. M. Productions, Inc. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Ben Hersh; director, Dave Gould.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 28Oct46; MP1249.


  AMAPOLA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 23Mar41; MP10961.


  THE AMATEUR CRACKSMAN. SEE Raffles.


  AMATEUR NIGHTS. SEE I'll Remember April.


  AMAZING GREECE. color, with b&w, sequence, 16mm.

    © Theodore S. Michaloplos; title, descr., & 8 prints, 26Jul41;
    MU11363.


  THE AMAZING METROPOLIS. SEE Variety Views, no. 124.


  THE AMAZING MR. NORDILL. Loew's Inc., c1947. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (John Nesbitt's Passing Parade) An MGM picture.

    Credits: Director, Joe Newman; written and narrated by John Nesbitt;
    musical score, Rudolph G. Kopp; film editor, Newell; P. Kimlin.

    Cast: Leon Ames, Clinton Sundberg.

    © Loew's Inc.; 2Sep47; LP1212.


  THE AMAZING MRS. HOLLIDAY. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1943. 11
    reels, sd. From an original story by Sonya Levien.

    Credits: Producer and director, Bruce Manning; screenplay, Frank
    Ryan, John Jacoby; adaptation, Boris Ingster, Leo Townsend;
    photography, Woody Bredell; film editor, Ted Kent.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 24Feb43; LP11882.


  THE AMAZON AWAKENS. Walt Disney Productions, c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 11Apr44; MP15379.


  AMAZON QUEST. Film Classics, Inc., c1949. 70 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. An
    Agay production.

    Summary: A young man makes a hazardous trip along the Amazon through
    the Brazilian jungle in order to obtain evidence that will clear his
    father's name.

    Credits: Producer, Max Alexander; director, S. K. Seeley; original
    story, Irwin Gielgud; screenplay, Al Martin; music director,
    Alexander Laszio; film editor, Norman Cerf.

    Cast: Tom Neal, Carole Matthews, Carol Donne, Don Zelaya, Ralph
    Graves.

    © Film Classics, Inc.; 2Apr49; LP2284.


  THE AMBOY DUKES. SEE City Across the River.


  AMBUSH TRAIL. c1946. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Arthur Alexander; director, Harry Fraser;
    original screenplay, Elmer Clifton; music director, Lee Zahler.

    Appl. author: P.R.C. Pictures, Inc.

    © Pathe Industries, Inc.; 21Jun46; LP411.


  A AMERICA CENTRAL. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in
    collaboration with L. S. Rowe and William Manger, c1947. 1 reel,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. Portuguese version of "Central America."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 25Jan47; MP1629.


  AMERICA DEL NORTE. SEE Animales Comunes del Monte (America del Norte)


  AMERICA, I LOVE YOU. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 9Mar42; MP12310.


  AMERICA SINGS WITH KATE SMITH. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 863
    ft., sd.

    Credits: Music director. Jack Miller; editor, Harry Foster.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 21Aug42; MP13464.


  AMERICA TAKES TO THE AIR. 2 reels, 16mm.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization, Inc.

    © National Association of Broadcasters; title & descr., 18Mar44; 8
    prints, 21Mar44; MU14615.


  AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL. The Vitaphone Corp., c1945. 20 min., sd.,
    color.

    Credits: Producer, Gordon Hollingshead; narration, Owen Crump, Saul
    Elkins; narrator, Truman Bradley; music, William Lava; editor,
    DeLeon Anthony. Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 4Aug45; LP13418.


  AMERICAN EMPIRE. Released thru United Artists, c1942. Presented by
    Harry Sherman. 7,359 ft., sd. A Harry Sherman production.

    Credits: Producer, Dick Dickson; director, William McGann; original
    story, J. Robert Bren, Gladys Atwater; screenplay, J. Robert Bren,
    Gladys Atwater, Ben Grauman Kohn; music score, Gerard Carbonara;
    music direction, Irvin Talbot; editor, Carrol Lewis.

    © United Artists Productions, Inc.; 30Dec42; LP11767.


  AMERICAN HERITAGE OF HOSPITALITY. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1949. 11
    min., sd., color, 35mm.

    Summary: Describes American eating customs, showing the contribution
    foreign-born citizens have made to our recipes. Includes scenes of
    Antoines in New Orleans, San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf, etc.

    Credits: Producer, B. K. Blake; director, George Blake; story, Gerry
    Kirk; narration, Joan Martin; music, Jack Shaindlin; film editor,
    Leonard Anderson.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 9Dec49; MP4782.


  AMERICAN HOMES. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. (Introduction to Architecture,
    pt. 1)

    Summary: Shows how the needs of the people and the materials which
    are available influence the architect's design of American homes.

    © Joseph Strick and Carl Lerner; title, descr., & 2 prints, 27May49;
    MU4116.


  AN AMERICAN MIRACLE. Presented by General Motors Corp. 2 reels, b&w.

    © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 20Apr46; 14
    prints, 22Apr46; MU477.


  AMERICAN PATROL. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 1Feb43; MP13240.


  THE AMERICAN POULTRY INDUSTRY AS APPLIED TO PALESTINE. SEE Modern
    Poultry Husbandry.


  AN AMERICAN ROMANCE. Loew's Inc., c1944. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 16 reels, sd., color. Based upon a story by
    King Vidor.

    Credits: Director, King Vidor; screenplay, Herbert Dalmas, William
    Ludwig; music score, Louis Gruenberg; film editor, Conrad Nervig.
    Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 6Jul44; LP169.


  AMERICAN SEA POWER. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1941. 1 reel,
    sd. (The World Today)

    Credits: Producer, Truman Talley; continuity, Russ Sheilds;
    described by Lowell Thomas; photographers, Al Brick, Warren McGrath.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 29Aug41; MP11533.


  AMERICAN SPOKEN HERE. Loew's Inc., c1940. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 987 ft., sd., sepia. (John Nesbitt's Passing
    Parade)

    Credits: Director, Basil Wrangell; screenplay, Robert Lopez.

    © Loew's Inc.; 3Dec40; LP10097.


  AMERICAN SPORTS ALBUM. Vitaphone Corp., c1947. 10 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (The Sports Parade) Warner Bros.

    Credits: Narration, Charles Tedford; narrator, Knox Manning.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 27Mar47; MP1930.


  AMERICAN SQUARE DANCE. Coronet, c1947. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborators, V. F. Hernlund, Henry W. Graef.

    © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 7Jul47;
    MP2567.


  THE AMERICAN TEACHER. SEE The March of Time, 1947.


  THE AMERICAN WAY OF PROPERTY OWNERSHIP. Remington Rand. Inc. sd.

    Credits: Scenario, Donald F. Lybarger; narration, Carl E. George;
    photography, John Borza, Jr.

    © Remington Rand, Inc.; title, descr., & 4 prints, 15Sep41; MU11543.


  AMERICANS ALL. Time, Inc., c1945. 2 reels. (Forum Edition)

    © Time, Inc.; 1Mar45; MP15979.


  AMERICANS ALL. SEE The March of Time, v. 7, no. 7.


  AMERICA'S NEW ARMY. SEE The March of Time, v. 8, no. 9.


  AMERICA'S NEWEST WARDS. L. G. Phelps, c1947. 2 reels, b&w, 16mm.

    © L. G. Phelps; 8Mar47; MP1916.


  AMERICA'S SWEETHEART. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1943. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Dec43; MP14428.


  AMERICA'S YOUTH - 1940. SEE The March of Time, v. 6, no. 9.


  AMONG THE LIVING. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1941. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sol. C. Siegel; director, Stuart Heisler; story,
    Brian Marlow, Lester Cole; screenplay, Lester Cole, Garrett Fort;
    music score, Gerard Carbonara; photography, Theodor Sparkuhl; film
    editor, Everett Douglas.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 28Aug41; LP10913.


  AMOOZIN' BUT CONFOOZIN. Screen Gems, Inc., c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Story, Sid Marcus.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 3Mar44; LP12565.


  AMOR. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 10Jul44; MP14997.


  AMPHIBIOUS FIGHTERS. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1943. 1 reel, sd.
    (Grantland Rice Sportlight)

    Credits: Narrator, Ted Husing.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 2Jul43; MP13734.


  ANA LANI. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 31Jan41; MP11135.


  ANCHOR TO WESTWARD; Guam. Time, Inc., c1945. 19 min., sd., 16mm.

    © Time, Inc.; 15Dec45; MP457.


  ANCHORS AWEIGH. Loew's Inc., c1945. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    15 reels, sd., color. Suggested by a story by Natalie Marcin.

    Credits: Producer, Joe Pasternak; director, George Sidney;
    screenplay, Isobel Lennart; music director, Georgie Stoll;
    orchestrations, Axel Stordahl; film editor, Adrienne Fazan.
    Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 9Jul45; LP13444.


  ANCHORS AWEIGH. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp: of America, Inc.; 22Sep41; MP11592.


  ANCIENT ROME. Coronet, c1949. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Designed to provide an authentic visual background for the
    study of Ancient Rome. Teaches the achievements of Rome in
    government, architecture, engineering, language, and writing. For
    intermediate and high school students.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, I. O. Foster.

    © David A. Smart; 18May49; MP4226.


  ANCIENT WORLD INHERITANCE. Coronet, c1946. 1 reel, sd., color, 16mm.

    Appl. author: Richard A. Parker.

    © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 7May46;
    MP2022.


  AND FORBID THEM NOT. Church-Craft Pictures, Inc., c1948. 11 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. Based on sections of the 18th chapter of Matthew and of
    the 10th chapter of Mark.

    Summary: A dramatization of two Bible stories that describe Jesus'
    meetings with children.

    Credits: Producer, Paul G. Kiehl.

    © Church-Craft Pictures, Inc.; 20Oct48; MP3620.


  AND IN RETURN. Motion Picture Productions, Inc., c1948. 94 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: This picture, based on the mutually accepted
    labor-management philosophy of a fair day's work for a fair day's
    pay, demonstrates slow, average, and fast rates of performance.

    Credits: Producer, Donald C. Jones; director, Stafford B. Harrison.

    © Charles L. Wyndham; 18Nov48; MP3675.


  AND NOW TOMORROW. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1944. 9 reels, sd. From
    the novel by Rachel Field.

    Credits: Producer, Fred Kohlmar; director, Irving Pichel;
    screenplay, Frank Partos, Raymond Chandler; music score, Victor
    Young; editor, Duncan Mansfield.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 24Nov44; LP12962.


  AND ONE WAS BEAUTIFUL. Loew's Inc., c1940. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 7 reels, sd., b&w. Based on the story by Alice
    Duer Miller.

    Credits: Producer, Frederick Stephani; director, Robert B. Sinclair;
    screenplay, Harry Clork; music score, Daniele Amfitheatrof; film
    editor, Conrad A. Nervig.

    © Loew's Inc.; 4Apr40; LP9546.


  AND SO LITTLE TIME. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 24Jul44; MP15024.


  AND THE ANGELS SING. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1944. 10 reels, sd.
    Based on a story by Claude Binyon.

    Credits: Producer, Emanuel D. Leshin; director, George Marshall;
    screenplay, Melvin Frank, Norman Panama; music director, Victor
    Young; editor, Eda Warren.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 20Apr44; LP12680.


  AND THEN THERE WERE NONE. Popular Pictures, Inc., c1945. 10 reels.
    From the novel by Agatha Christie.

    Credits: Producer and director, Rene Clair; screenplay, Dudley
    Nichols; music score, M. Castelnuovo-Tedesco; music director,
    Charles Previn.

    © Popular Pictures, Inc.; 27Sep45; LP95.


  AND THEY LIVED HAPPILY. Presented by Chevrolet. 1 min.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Sales Corp.; title,
    descr., & 55 prints, 20Mar41; MU10941.


  AND THEY SHALL WALK. SEE Sister Kenny.


  AND TO THINK THAT I SAW IT ON MULBERRY STREET, c1944. 1 reel, sd.
    George Pal Productions, Inc. Based on a story by Dr. Seuss.

    Credits: Director, George Pal.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 9Jun44; LP12713.


  ANDALUCIA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. A Filmcraft production.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Dec46; MP1460.


  ANDELE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 8Feb43; MP13272.


  ANDY HARDY MEETS DEBUTANTE. Loew's Inc., c1940. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 9 reels, sd., b&w. Based upon the characters
    created by Aurania Rouverol.

    Credits: Director, George B. Seitz; screenplay, Annalee Whitmore,
    Thomas Seller; music score, David Snell; music arrangements, Roger
    Edens; film editor, Harold F. Kress.

    © Loew's Inc.; 1Jul40; LP9799.


  ANDY HARDY'S BLONDE TROUBLE. Loew's Inc., c1944. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 11 reels, sd., b&w. Based upon the characters
    created by Aurania Rouverol.

    Credits: Director, George B. Seitz; screenplay, Harry Ruskin,
    William Ludwig, Agnes Christine Johnston; music score, David Snell;
    film editor, George White.

    © Loew's Inc.; 3Apr44; LP171.


  ANDY HARDY'S DOUBLE LIFE. Loew's Inc., c1942. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 9 reels, sd., b&w. Based upon the characters
    created by Aurania Rouverol.

    Credits: Director, George B. Seitz; screenplay, Agnes Christine
    Johnston; music score, Daniele Amfitheatrof; film editor, Gene
    Ruggiero.

    © Loew's Inc,; 1Dec42; LP11791.


  ANDY HARDY'S PRIVATE SECRETARY. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 10 reels, sd., b&w. Based on a story by
    Katharine Brush. Based upon the characters created by Aurania
    Rouverol.

    Credits: Director, George B. Seitz; screenplay, Jane Murfin, Harry
    Ruskin; music director, Herbert Stothart; film editor, Elmo Veron.

    © Loew's Inc.; 17Feb41; LP10276.


  ANDY PANDA GOES FISHING. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1939. 1 reel.
    (Walter Lantz Cartoon)

    Credits: Director, Burt Gillett; story, Victor McLeod, Gill Burton;
    animators, Ray Fahringer, Fred Kopietz.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 31Dec39; MP9912.


  ANDY PANDA IN CROW CRAZY, c1945. Presented by Universal. 1 reel, sd.,
    color. (A Walt Lantz Cartune)

    Credits: Producer, Walter Lantz; director, Dick Lundy; story, Ben
    Hardaway, Milt Schaffer; animation, Les Kline, Paul Smith; music,
    Darrell Calker. Technicolor.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc., and Walter Lantz Productions;
    28May45; MP16094.


  ANDY PANDA'S CRAZY HOUSE. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1940. 1 reel,
    sd., color. (A Walter Lantz Cartune)

    Credits; Director, Walter Lantz. Technicolor.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 24Sep40; MP10493.


  ANDY PANDA'S POP. c1941. Presented by Universal. 1 reel, color. (A
    Walter Lantz Cartoon)

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc. & Walter Lantz Productions; 24Jul41;
    MP11371.


  ANDY PANDA'S VICTORY GARDEN. c1942. 1 reel, sd., color. Presented by
    Universal. (A Walter Lantz Cartune)

    Credits: Director, Alex Lovy; story, Ben Hardaway, Milt Schaffer;
    animation, Leslie Kline; music, Darrell Calker. Technicolor.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc. and Walter Lantz Productions;
    22Sep42; MP12844.


  ANDY PLAYS HOOKEY. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1946. 18 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Credits: Director, Edward Bernds; story and screenplay, Clyde
    Bruckman.

    Cast: Andy Clyde.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 19Dec46; LP993.


  ANGEL AND THE BADMAN. Republic Productions, Inc., c1946. 100 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Producer, John Wayne; directed and written by James Edward
    Grant; music director, Cy Feuer; music score, Richard Hageman; film
    editor, Harry Keller.

    Cast: John Wayne, Gail Russell, Harry Carey, Bruce Cabot, Irene
    Rich.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 26Dec46; LP840.


  AN ANGEL COMES TO BROOKLYN. c1945. Presented by Republic Pictures. 7
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Leonard Sillman; director, Leslie
    Goodwins; original story, June Carroll, Lee Wainer; screenplay,
    Stanley Paley, June Carrol; music director, Morton Scott; orchestral
    arrangements, Dale Butts; photographer, Jack Marta; film editor,
    Tony Martinelli.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 10Nov45; LP42.


  AN ANGEL FROM TEXAS. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1940. 7 reels, sd.
    A Warner Bros.-First National picture. Based on a play by George S.
    Kaufman.

    Credits: Director, Ray Enright; screenplay, Fred Niblo, Jr., Bertram
    Millhauser.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 27Apr40; LP9583.


  ANGEL IN EXILE. Republic Productions, Inc., c1948. 90 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: A former gangster, just out of prison, by chance becomes an
    object of veneration to the poor Mexicans in an Arizona village.
    Their faith in him effects a change in his character, and he causes
    his stolen goods to be used for the benefit of the villagers.

    Credits: Directors, Allan Dwan, Philip Ford; original screenplay,
    Charles Larson; music director, Morton Scott; music, Nathan Scott;
    film editor, Arthur Roberts.

    Cast: John Carroll, Adele Mara, Thomas Gomez, Barton MacLane,
    Alfonso Bedoya.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 2Sep48; LP1788.


  ANGEL ISLAND. SEE Fog Island.


  ANGEL ON MY SHOULDER. Released through United Artists, c1946.
    Presented by Charles R. Rogers. 101 min., sd., 35mm.

    Credits: Producer, Charles R. Rogers; director, Archie Mayo;
    original story, Harry Segal; screenplay, Harry Segal, Roland Kibbee;
    music composer and director, Dimitri Tiomkin; film editor, Asa
    Clark.

    © Premier Productions, Inc.; 20Sep46; LP574.


  ANGEL ON THE AMAZON. Republic Productions, Inc., c1948. 86 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Previously entitled, "Drums Along the Amazon."

    Summary: Recounts the strange adventures of an airplane pilot who
    falls in love with a mysterious huntress when his plane crashes in
    the jungles of the Amazon.

    Credits: Associate producer-director, John H. Auer; original story,
    Earl Felton; screenplay, Lawrence Kimble; music, Nathan Scott; music
    director, Morton Scott; film editor, Richard L. Van Enger.

    Cast: George Brent, Vera Ralston, Brian Aherne, Constance Bennett,
    Fortunio Bonanova.

    © Republic pictures Corp.; 8Dec48; LP2000.


  ANGEL PUSS. Released by Warner Bros., c1944. 7 min., sd., color.
    (Looney Tunes)

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; director, Charles M. Jones;
    animation, Ken Harris; music director, Carl W. Stalling.
    Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 24Jun44; MP14967.


  ANGELINE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 4May42; MP12494.


  ANGELS ALLEY. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1948. 67 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: The Bowery Boys combat juvenile delinquency.

    Credits: Producer, Jan Grippo; director, William Beaudine; original
    screenplay, Edmond Seward, Tim Ryan, Gerald Schnitzer; music
    director, Edward Kay; film editor, William Austin.

    Cast: Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall, Billy Benedict, David Gorcey, Gabriel
    Dell.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 7Mar48; LP1535.


  ANGELS IN DISGUISE. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1949. 63 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: The Bowery Boys' investigation of a murder leads to the
    capture of the Loop gang.

    Credits: Producer, Jan Grippo; director, Jean Yarbrough; screenplay,
    Charles R. Marion, Gerald Schnitzer, Bert Lawrence; music director,
    Edward Kay; film editor, William Austin.

    Cast: Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall, Gabriel Dell, Mickey Knox, Edward
    Ryan.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 11Sep49; LP2644.


  ANGELS OF MERCY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942,
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 23Feb42; MP12223.


  ANGELS OVER BROADWAY. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Written, directed, and produced by Ben Hecht; music, George
    Antheil; music director, M. W. Stoloff; film editor, Gene Havlick.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 8Oct40; LP9960.


  ANGELS WITH BROKEN WINGS. c1941. Presented by Republic Pictures. 9
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Albert J. Cohen; director, Bernard
    Vorhaus; original story, George Carleton Brown; screenplay, George
    Carleton Brown, Bradford Ropes; music director, Cy Feuer;
    photographer, Ernest Miller; film editor, Edward Mann.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 27May41; LP10535.


  THE ANGRY GOD. Carlisle Productions, Inc. Released through United
    Artists, c1948. 7 reels, color, sd., 35mm. Adapted from the story by
    Emma Lindsay Squier, and based on a Mexican legend.

    Summary: The god, Colima, tries in vain to win the love of a
    beautiful maiden who remains loyal to her betrothed. Setting,
    Michoacan, Mexico. Incorporates scenes of the Paricutin volcano
    photographed by the American Museum of Natural History.

    Credits: Producer, Edward J. Peskay; director, Van Campen Heilner;
    screenplay, Harold McCracken; adaptation and dialogue, Lester
    Crocker; music director, Harley Dainger; music score, Vernon Duke;
    film editor, Robert Matthews.

    Cast: Alicia Parla, Casimiro Ortega, Mario Forastieri, native
    Mexicans and Indians.

    © Carlisle Productions, Inc.; 14May48; LP1707.


  ANIMAIS DO MATO. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel,
    sd., 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborator, J. E. Hill.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 24Sep46; MP1138.


  ANIMAIS DOMÉSTICOS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc., in
    collaboration with Arthur I. Gates, Ernest Horn, and Celeste C.
    Pearson, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Portuguese version of "Farm
    Animals."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc.; 17Mar47; MP1855.


  OS ANIMAIS NA VIDA MODERNA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in
    collaboration with Clyde Fisher, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Portuguese version of "Animals in Modern Life."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc.; 10Feb47; MP1717.


  THE ANIMAL KINGDOM. SEE One More Tomorrow.


  ANIMAL LIFE. SEE La Vida en el Reino Animal.


  ANIMAL TRICKS. SEE Variety Views, no. 130.


  ANIMÁLCULOS ACUÁTICOS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in
    collaboration with Roy Waldo Miner, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Spanish version of "Tiny Water Animals."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 4Feb47; MP1690.


  ANIMALES COMUNES DEL MONTE (AMÉRICA DEL NORTE). Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films Inc., in collaboration with J. E. Hill, c1947. 1
    reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Spanish version of "Common Animals of the
    Woods."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc.; 24Mar47; MP1857.


  ANIMALES DE LA VIDA ACTUAL. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in
    collaboration with Clyde Fisher, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Spanish version of "Animals in Modern Life."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 5Feb47; MP1684.


  ANIMALES DEL HOGAR. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in
    collaboration with Ernest P. Walker, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Spanish version of "Care of Pets."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc.; 4Feb47; MP1686.


  ANIMAIS AQUÁTICOS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in
    collaboration with Roy Waldo Winer, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Portuguese version of "Tiny Water Animals."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 25Jan47; MP1628.


  ANIMAIS CASEIROS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel,
    sd., 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborator, Ernest P. Walker.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 6Dec46; MP1392.


  ANIMALS GROWING UP. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1949. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Shows stages in the development of chickens, puppies, and a
    calf. For primary and middle grades.

    Credits; Collaborator, Wilbur L. Beauchamp.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 31May49; MP4263.


  ANIMALS IN MODERN LIFE. SEE

    Os Animais na Vida Moderna.

    Animales de la vida Actual.


  ANIMALS OF THE FARM. Teaching Films, Inc., c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    16mm.

    © Teaching Films, Inc.; 10Jun47; MP2152.


  ANIMATED ARITHMETIC FOR BEGINNERS. 17 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Designed for use in primary grades, this film introduces
    the child to addition and subtraction.

    © Constance Elizabeth Amsden; title, descr., & 2 prints, 12Sep49;
    MU4454.


  ANIMATED HEMATOLOGY. 1,600 ft., color, 16mm.

    Appl. author; John H. Glynn.

    © Armour & Co.; title, descr., & 3 prints, 13Dec46; MU1386.


  ANNA AND THE KING OF SIAM. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1946. 14
    reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the book by Margaret Landon.

    Credits: Director, John Cromwell; screenplay, Talbot Jennings, Sally
    Benson; music, Bernard Herrman.

    Cast: Irene Dunne, Rex Harrison, Linda Darnell, Lee J. Cobb, Gale
    Sondergaard.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 20Jun46; LP753.


  ANNA LUCASTA. Security Pictures, Inc., Released through Columbia
    Pictures Corp., c1949. 86 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the play by
    Philip Yordan.

    Summary: A greedy and shiftless Polish family in a Pennsylvania mill
    town recall their banished daughter from her life on the Brooklyn
    waterfront and entice a respectable Polish farmer into marrying her.

    Credits: Producer, Philip Yordan; director, Irving Rapper;
    screenplay, Philip Yordan, Arthur Laurents; music score, David
    Diamond; music director, Morris Stoloff; film editor, Charles
    Nelson.

    Cast: Paulette Goddard, William Bishop, Oscar Homolka, John Ireland,
    Broderick Crawford.

    © Security Pictures, Inc.; 19Aug49; LP2499.


  ANNAPOLIS SALUTES THE NAVY. SEE Variety Views, no. 100.


  ANNE OF WINDY POPLARS. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1940. 86 min., sd.
    From the novel by L. M. Montgomery.

    Credits: Producer, Cliff Reid; director, Jack Hively; screenplay,
    Michael Kanin, Jerry Cady; music director, Roy Webb; editor, George
    Hively.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 28Jun40; LP9777.


  ANNIE WAS A WONDER. Loew's Inc., c1949. 11 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. An
    MGM picture. (John Nesbitt's Passing Parade)

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 27May41; LP10535.

    Summary: The story of a Swedish immigrant who becomes a domestic
    servant in the home of an American family.

    Credits: Producer, Herbert Moulton; director, Edward Cahn; written
    and narrated by John Nesbitt; music director, Rudolph Kopp; film
    editor, Newell P. Kimlin.

    Cast: Kathleen Freeman, Howard J. Negley, Ruth Lee, Hugo-Sven Borg.

    © Loew's Inc.; 19Jan49 (in notice: 1948); LP2096.


  ANNIVERSARY. Produced for International Business Machines Corp. 15
    reels, sd.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © International Business Machines Corp.; title & descr., 16Mar40;
    286 prints, 25Mar40; MU10074.


  ANNIVERSARY WALTZ. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 2Mar42; MP12279.


  ANOTHER CUP OF COFFEE. Jam Handy Organization, Inc., for the
    Prudential Insurance Company of America. 1–1/2 reels, b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: The film seeks to create in the minds of Prudential
    salesmen a favorable attitude toward prospective buyers of
    insurance. It points out the variety of prospect sources and
    presents five fundamental points of prospecting.

    © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 7May48; 17
    prints, 10May48; MU2999.


  ANOTHER PART OF THE FOREST. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1948. 107
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the play by Lillian Hellman.

    Summary: Another portrayal of the avaricious Hubbard family, this
    time twenty years prior to that shown in "The Little Foxes."
    Setting, Bowden, Alabama, in the post Civil War period.

    Credits: Producer, Jerry Bresler; director, Michael Gordon;
    screenplay, Vladimir Pozner; music, Daniele Amfitheatrof;
    orchestrations, David Tamkin; film editor, Milton Carruth.

    Cast: Frederic March, Dan Duryea, Edmond O'Brien, Ann Blyth,
    Florence Eldridge.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 8Jun48; LP1912.


  ANOTHER TO CONQUER. National Tuberculosis Association, c1941. 20 min.,
    sd.

    Credits: Director, Edgar G. Ulmer; story, Harry E. Kleinschmidt.

    © National Tuberculosis Association; 5Oct41; LP10950


  ANSWER MAN. General Film Productions Corp., c1946. 1 reel, sd., 35mm.
    (Answer Man Series, no. 1) A Harry A. Kapit production.

    Credits: Producer, Benjamin R. Parker; direction and adaptation,
    Jules Bricken, story and editing, Charles R. Senf.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 26Sep46; MP1153.


  ANTARCTIC OUTPOST. SEE Variety Views, no. 109.


  ANTARCTICA. 2,100 ft., color, 16mm.

    Summary: A pictoricalhistory of the Ronne Antarctic Research
    Expedition, 1946–1948.

    © Finn Ronne; title, descr., & 13 prints, 26Oct48; MU3419.


  ANTARCTICA; United States antarctic expedition, 1939 to 1941. 2,400
    ft., sd., color, 16mm.

    © Finn Ronne; title, descr., & 4 prints, 3Sep43; MU13901.


  ANTI-FLAK ATTACK. Presented by United States Navy, Bureau of
    Aeronautics.

    © Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.; title & descr., 5Jun42; 66
    prints, 6Jun42; MU12546.


  AS ANTILHAS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd.,
    16mm.

    Credits: Collaborators, L. S. Rowe, William Manger.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 29Jun46; MP828.


  LAS ANTILLAS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in collaboration
    with L. S. Rowe and William Manger, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm,
    Spanish version of "West Indies."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc,; 15Feb47; MP1715.


  ANTS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1948. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    16mm.

    Summary: Shows the nest of various kinds of ants, with emphasis upon
    ant life within a colony of carpenter ants.

    Credits: Collaborator, Arthur C. Cole.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 31Dec48; MP3824.


  ANTS IN THE PLANTS. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1940, 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; story, George Manuel; animation,
    Myron Waldman, George Moreno.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 15Mar40; LP9518.


  ANTS IN YOUR PANTRY. Terrytoons, Inc., c1945. 1 reel, sd., color. (A
    Terrytoon)

    Credits: Director, Mannie Davis; story, John Foster. Technicolor.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 16Feb45; LP13510.


  ANVIL CHORUS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 25Oct43; MP14076.


  ANVIL CHORUS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 22May44; MP14857.


  THE ANVIL CHORUS GIRL. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, I. Sparber; story, Bill Turner, Jack Ward.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 26May44; LP12735.


  ANY BONDS TODAY? Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 19Jan42; MP12084.


  ANY BONDS TODAY? Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 16Mar42; MP12337.


  ANY CHICKENS TODAY. SEE Variety Views, no. 123.


  ANY NUMBER CAN PLAY. Loew's Inc., c1949. 103 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. An
    MGM picture. Based on the novel by Edward Harris Heth.

    Summary: After devoting twenty years to the operation of an illegal
    casino, a gambler wins the respect of his idealistic son by a
    display of courage in gambling for high stakes.

    Credits: Producer, Arthur Freed; director, Mervyn LeRoy; screenplay,
    Richard Brooks; music score, Lennie Hayton; film editor, Ralph E.
    Winters.

    Cast: Clark Gable, Alexis Smith, Wendell Corey, Audrey Totter, Frank
    Morgan.

    © Loew's Inc.; 25May49; LP2363.


  ANZACS IN ACTION. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. in cooperation with
    the Australian Government, c1941. 1 reel, sd. (The World Today)

    Credits: Producer, Truman Talley; continuity, Dave Cooper; narrator,
    Leland Stowe; music score, L. De Francesco.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 20Jun41; MP11310.


  APACHE CHIEF. Lippert Productions, Inc., c1949. 60 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: An Apache Indian leader subdues the war-loving faction of
    the tribe to maintain peace with the United States.

    Credits: Producer, Leonard S. Picker; director, Frank McDonald;
    screenplay, George D. Green; music director, Albert Glasser; film
    editor, Stanley Frazen.

    Cast: Alan Curtis, Tom Neal, Russell Hayden, Carol Thurston, Fuzzy
    Knight.

    © Apac Corp.; 28Nov49; LP2667.


  THE APACHE INDIAN. Coronet, c1945. Made through the courtesy of U. S.
    Dept. of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs. 1 reel, sd., color,
    16mm.

    Credits: Supervisor, Alfred Whiting.

    Appl. authors: CIF Staff.

    © Coronet Productions, proprietorship of David A. Smart; 26Jul45;
    MP1536.


  THE APACHE KID. c1941. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, George Sherman; original screenplay, Eliot
    Gibbons, Richard Murphy; music director, Cy Feuer; photographer,
    Harry Newmann; film editor, Les Orlebeck.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 12Sep41; LP10717.


  APACHE ROSE. Republic Productions, Inc., c1947. 75 min., sd., color,
    35mm.

    Credits: Associate producer, Edward J. White; director, William
    Witney; original screenplay, Gerald Geraghty; music director, Morton
    Scott; film editor, Les Orlebeck.

    Cast: Roy Rogers, Trigger, Dale Evans, Olin Howlin, Bob Nolan.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 17Feb47; LP869.


  APACHE TRAIL. Loew's Inc., c1942. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 7
    reels, sd., b&w. Based upon a story by Ernest Haycox.

    Credits: Producer, Samuel Marx; director, Richard Thorpe;
    screenplay, Maurice Geraghty; music score, Sol Kaplan; film editor,
    Frank Sullivan.

    © Loew's Inc.; 23Jun42; LP11435.


  APARICION. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 16Mar41; MP10930.


  APARTMENT FOR PEGGY. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1948. 98 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. Based on a story by Faith Baldwin.

    Summary: A comedy in which a young G. I. couple, approaching
    parenthood in the midst of the housing shortage, make their home in
    the attic.

    Credits: Producer, William Perlberg; direction and screenplay,
    George Seaton; music, David Raksin; music director, Lionel Newman;
    film editor, Robert Simpson.

    Cast: Jeanne Craine, William Holden, Edmund Gwenn, Gene Lockhart,
    Griff Barnett.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 30Sep48; LP2082.


  THE APE. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1940. 7 reels, sd. Suggested from
    the play by Adam Hull Shirk.

    Credits: Producer, William Lackey; director, William Nigh;
    screenplay, Richard Carroll, Kurt Siodmak; photography, Harry
    Neumann; film editor, Russell Schoengarth.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 24Sep40; LP9964.


  THE APE MAN. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1943. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sam Katzman, Jack Dietz; director, William
    Beaudine; original story, Karl Brown; screenplay, Barney Sarecky;
    music director, Edward Kay; photography, Mack Stengler; film editor,
    Carl Pierson.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 5Feb43; LP11854.


  APOLOGY FOR MURDER. P.R.C. Pictures, Inc., c1945. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sigmund Neufeld; director, Sam Newfield; original
    story and screenplay, Fred Myton; music director, Leo Erdody; film
    editor, Holbrook N. Todd.

    © P.R.C. Pictures, Inc.; 27Sep45; LP13574.


  APPENDICITIS IN CHILDHOOD. Mead Johnson & Co. sd.

    Appl. author: Joseph Brennemann.

    © Mead Johnson & Co.; title, descr., & 5 prints, 3Jul41; MU11292.


  APPENDICITIS IN CHILDHOOD. Wilding Picture Productions, Inc., for Mead
    Johnson and Co., c1941. 45 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Dr. Joseph Brennemann lectures on appendicitis in childhood
    from the viewpoint of a pediatrician.

    © Mead Johnson & Co.; 22Jan41; MP3211.


  AN APPLE A DAY. Jam Handy Organization, Inc. Presented by Chevrolet
    Motor Division, General Motors Corp. 1 min., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A farmer brings apples to market in his Chevrolet truck,
    and drives rapidly away to make another delivery.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 7May48; 9 prints,
    10May48; MU3030.


  APPLE ANDY. c1946. Presented by Universal. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (A Walt Lantz Cartune)

    Credits: Producer, Walter Lantz; director, Dick Lundy; story, Ben
    Hardaway, Milt Schaffer; animation, Laverne Harding, Emery Hawkins;
    music, Darrell Calker. Technicolor.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc., and Walter Lantz Productions;
    9Apr46; MP535.


  APPLE BLOSSOM TIME. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 1Sep41; MP11504.


  AN APPLE IN HIS EYE. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1941. 14 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lou Brock; director, Harry D'Arcy; story, Harry
    D'Arcy, George Jeske; film editor, Les Millbrook.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 6Jun41; LP10558.


  APPOINTMENT FOR LOVE. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1941. 10 reels,
    sd. Based on an original story "Heartbeat" by Ladislaus Bus-Fekete.

    Credits: Producer, Bruce Manning; director, William A. Seiter;
    screenplay, Bruce Manning, Felix Jackson; photography, Joseph
    Valentine; film editor, Ted Kent.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 29Oct41; LP10806.


  APPOINTMENT IN BERLIN. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1943. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Samuel Bischoff; director, Alfred E. Green;
    story, B. P. Fineman; screenplay, Horace McCoy, Michael Hogan;
    music, Werner R. Heymann; music director, M. W. Stoloff; film
    editors, Al Clark, Reg Browne.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 15Jul43; LP12149.


  APPOINTMENT WITH BABY. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1948. 1 reel, sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: Jinx Falkenberg pursues an active career while raising a
    family.

    Credits: Directed and written by Justine Herman; film editor, Robert
    Blauvelt.

    Cast: Jinx Falkenberg, Tex McCrary, Patrice Munsel, Harry Conover.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 8Oct48; MP3471.


  APPOINTMENT WITH MURDER. Falcon Productions, Inc., c1948. 67 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. A Film Classics release. Based on the adventures of
    the character created by Michael Arlen.

    Summary: The Falcon, an insurance investigator, locates two stolen
    paintings. Settings in Milan, Italy, and in Los Angeles.

    Credits: Producer and director, Jack Bernhard; original story, Joel
    Malone, Harold Swanton; screenplay, Don Martin; music, Karl Hajos;
    film editor, Asa Boyd Clark.

    Cast: John Calvert, Catharine Craig, Jack Reitzen, Lyle Talbot,
    Peter Brocco.

    © Falcon Productions, Inc.; 4Nov48; LP2022.


  APRIL IN PARIS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Gould.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 19Aug46; MP1001.


  THE APRIL 7TH, 1940, ANNULAR ECLIPSE OF THE SUN. 16mm.

    © Alfred Herz; title, descr., & 30 prints, 15Jul40; MU10352.


  APRIL SHOWERS. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1948. 94 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Suggested by a story by Joe Laurie, Jr.

    Summary: A musical comedy about a vaudeville couple whose career and
    marriage are saved from failure by their talented twelve-year-old
    son. 1912 setting.

    Credits: Producer, William Jacobs; director, James V. Kern;
    screenplay, Peter Milne; music director, Leo F. Forbstein; music
    arranged and adapted by Ray Heindorf; film editor, Thomas Reilly.

    Cast: Jack Carson, Ann Sothern, Robert Alda, S. Z. Sakall, Robert
    Ellis.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 27Mar48; LP1564.


  APTITUDES AND OCCUPATIONS. Coronet, c1941. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Appl. authors: E. G. Williamson, Milton E. Hahn.

    © Coronet Productions proprietorship of David A. Smart; 6Jun41;
    MP2035.


  AQUA ANTICS. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 736
    ft., sd., sepia. (A Pete Smith specialty) (Water Bugs, no. 2)

    Credits: Director, Louis Lewyn; film editor, Philip Anderson.

    © Loew's Inc.; 23Dec41; MP12492.


  AQUA CAPERS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1947. 8 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Movietone's Sports Review)

    Summary: Stunts on water skis at Cypress Gardens, Lake Eloise,
    Florida.

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; narrator, Mel Allen; music score, L.
    De Francesco; film editor, Arthur Lincer.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 22Nov47; MP2998.


  AQUA-MAIDS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1944. 868 ft., sd. (The World of
    Sports)

    Credits: Director, Harry Foster; commentator, Bill Stern;
    photographer, William Kelly.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 24Nov44; MP15672.


  AQUA THRILLS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1943. 852 ft., sd. (The World
    of Sports)

    Credits: Commentator, Bill Stern; editor, Harry Foster.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 28May43; MP13747.


  THE AQUA WALTZ. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 14Sep42; MP12983.


  AQUABATICS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 12Aug46; MP996.


  AQUAFUN. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946. 1 reel,
    sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 15Jul46; MP857.


  AQUAPLAY. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 903 ft., sd. (The World of
    Sports, no. 71)

    Credits: Commentator, Bill Stern; music score, Jack Shaindlin;
    photographer, J. Burgi Contner; editor, Harry Foster.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 27May41; MP11880.


  AQUAQUEENS. RKO Pathe, Inc. Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.,
    c1946. 8 min., sd., 35mm. (Sportscope, no. 10)

    Credits: Producer, Jay Bonafield; director, Neil Sullivan; written
    by Burton Benjamin; narrator, Andre Baruch; music, Ralph Norman;
    editor, David Cooper.

    Appl. author: Pathe News, Inc.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc., 17May46; MP672.


  AQUARELA DO BRASIL. SEE Saludos Amigos.


  ARABELLA AND THE WATER TANK. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 25Aug41; MP11473.


  ARABIAN BAZAAR. World Window, Inc., London, c1938. Distributed by
    United Artists. 1 reel, sd., color. (World Window Series, no. 7)

    Credits: Producers, E. S. and F. W. Keller; directors, Hans Nieter,
    John Hanau; music, Enzo Masetti; photography, Jack Cardiff.
    Technicolor.

    © World Window, Inc., 1Nov38; MP10036.


  ARABIAN NIGHTS. c1942. Presented by Walter Wanger Productions. 9
    reels, sd., color.

    Credits: Producer, Walter Wanger; director, John Rawlins; story and
    screenplay, Michael Hogan; photography, Milton Krasner; film editor,
    Philip Cahn.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 29Dec42; LP11786.


  ARABIAN NIGHTS. SEE Sinbad the Sailor.


  ARABIANS IN THE ROCKIES. The Vitaphone Corp., c1945. 10 min., sd.,
    color. (Sports Parade)

    Credits: Producers, Blumenthal, Heilner; director, Andre de La
    Varre; narrator, Knox Manning. Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 15Dec45; MP16597.


  THE ARCH OF TRIUMPH. Arch of Triumph, Inc. Released through United
    Artists, c1948. Presented by Enterprise Studios. 120 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. From the novel by Erich Maria Remarque.

    Summary: Paris on the eve of World War II provides the background
    for this story of the tragic love of a night-club singer and an
    Austrian surgeon, a refugee from the Nazis.

    Credits: Producer, David Lewis; director, Lewis Milestone;
    screenplay, Lewis Milestone, Harry Brown; music director, Rudolph
    Polk; music, Louis Gruenberg; film editor, Duncan Mansfield.

    Cast: Ingrid Bergman, Charles Boyer, Charles Laughton, Louis
    Calhern, Ruth Warrick.

    © Arch of Triumph, Inc.; 30Apr48; LP1701.


  ARCHERY FOR GIRLS. Coronet, c1949. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Analyzes and demonstrates the basic fundamentals which are
    essential for skillful archery.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, Jess Puckett.

    © David A. Smart; 13Apr49; MP4231.


  THE ARCHIVES. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 901 ft., sd. (Washington
    Parade, s. 2, no. 5)

    Credits: Narrative by Frank Wilson; commentary, Basil Ruysdael;
    photographer, Irving Browning; editor, Harry Foster.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 22Jul40; MP10439.


  ARCTIC BORDERLANDS IN WINTER. Coronet, c1948. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Shows how some of the many different forms of plant and
    animal life have become adapted to the winters in northern Manitoba.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, Paul E. Kambly.

    © Coronet Instructional Films, a Division of Esquire, Inc.; 8Apr48;
    MP3697.


  ARCTIC FURY. Plymouth Productions, Inc., c1949. 61 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: Filmed in the Arctic Zone, this drama portrays the
    courageous struggle of Dr. Thomas Barlow to bring aid to a
    plague-ravaged Eskimo village in the inaccessible Arctic wilderness.

    Credits: Producer, Boris Petroff; directors, Fred Feitshans, Jr.,
    Norman Dawn; story, Norman Dawn; adaptation, Charles F. Royal; film
    editor, Fred R. Feitshans, Jr.

    Cast: Del Cambre, Eve Miller, Gloria Petroff, Don Riss, Merril
    McCormick.

    © Plymouth Productions, Inc.; 10May49 (in notice: 1948); LP2353.


  ARCTIC MANHUNT. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1949. 69 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Based on the story "Narana of the North" by Ewing Scott.

    Summary: A melodrama about an ex-convict who reforms when he loses
    his stolen money in an Alaska snowdrift, but reverts to type when a
    native recovers the fortune.

    Credits: Producer, Leonard Goldstein; director, Ewing Scott;
    screenplay, Oscar Brodney, Joel Malone; music, Milton Schwarzwald;
    film editor, Otto Ludwig.

    Cast: Mikel Conrad, Carol Thurston, Wally Cassell, Helen Brown, Russ
    Conway.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 28Apr49; LP2299.


  ARCTIC SPRINGTIME. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1941. 1 reel,
    sd. (Father Hubbard's Adventures)

    Credits: Producer, Truman Talley; narrators, Father Hubbard, Lowell
    Thomas; music score, L. De Francesco; editor, Russ Sheilds.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 25Apr41; MP11093.


  ARE ANIMALS ACTORS? Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1945. 20 min., sd.
    (Featurette)

    Credits: Producer, Gordon Hollingshead; narration written by James
    Bloodworth; narrator, Knox Manning.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 29Dec45; LP46.


  ARE HUSBANDS NECESSARY? Paramount Pictures Inc., c1942. 9 reels, sd.
    From the novel "Mr. and Mrs. Cugat" by Isabel Scott Rorick.

    Credits: Associate producer, Fred Kohlmar; director, Norman Taurog;
    screenplay, Tess Slesinger, Frank Davis; music score, Robert Emmett
    Dolan; photography, Charles Lang, Jr.; editor, LeRoy Stone.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 11Jun42; LP11521.


  ARE THESE OUR PARENTS? Monogram Pictures Corp., c1944. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Jeffrey Bernerd; director, William Nigh; original
    story, Hilary Lynn; screenplay, Michel Jacoby; photographer, Harry
    Neumann; film editor, John Link.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 27May44; LP12672.


  ARE THOSE OUR CHILDREN. SEE Youth Runs Wild.


  ARE YOU A GOOD CITIZEN? Coronet, c1949. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: An explanation and demonstration of the minimum
    requirements of good citizenship. For high school, college, and
    adult groups.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, Jerome G. Kerwin.

    © David A. Smart; 12Jul49; MP4496.


  ARE YOU HAPPY, AMEN. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 17Aug42; MP12852.


  ARE YOU HAVIN' ANY FUN. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 7Dec42; MP13125.


  ARE YOU POPULAR? Coronet, c1947. 10 min., sd., color, 16mm.

    Summary: This dramatic sketch shows that high school boys and girls
    achieve lasting popularity when they are modest, friendly,
    self-reliant, and considerate of others.

    Credits: Collaborator, Alice Sowers.

    © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 29Aug47;
    MP2589.


  ARE YOU WITH IT? Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1948. 90 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on the musical comedy by Sam Perrin and George
    Balzer.

    Summary: A comedy about a mathematical wizard who joins a traveling
    carnival.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Arthur; director, Jack Hively; music
    arranged and directed by Walter Scharf; film editor, Russell
    Schoengarth.

    Cast: Donald O'Connor, Olga San Juan, Martha Stewart, Lew Parker,
    Walter Catlett.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 8Jun48; LP1914.


  AREN'T WE ALL. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1947. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: A comedy featuring Co. Lemuel Q. Stoopnagle.

    Credits: Producer, B. K. Blake; director, George Blake; story,
    George Blake, Gerard Kirk; editor, Gladys Brothers.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 27Nov47; LP1421.


  ARGENTINA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in collaboration with
    Earle K. James, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Spanish version.
    Title on script: "La República Argentina."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 5Mar47; MP1488.


  ARGENTINA. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1940. 1 reel, sd., color.
    (Paramount Color Cruises)

    Credits: Producers and photographers, Palmer Miller, Curtis F.
    Nagel; narrator. Gene Hamilton.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 5Apr40; MP10095.


  ARGENTINA; people of Buenos Aires. Erpi Classroom Films, Inc., c1940.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.; 10Dec40; MP10822.


  A ARGENTINA (O POVO DE BUENOS AIRES). Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    Inc., in collaboration with Earle K. James, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    16mm. Portuguese version of "Argentina."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 10May47; MP1843.


  ARGENTINA. SEE

    A Argentina (O Povo de Buenos Aires)

    Argentinien.


  ARGENTINE NIGHTS. c1940. Presented by Universal Studios. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Ken Goldsmith; director, Albert S.
    Rogel; original story, J. Robert Bren, Gladys Atwater; screenplay,
    Arthur T. Horman, Sid Kuller, Ray Golden; music director, Charles
    Previn; cameraman, Elwood Bredell; film editor, Frank Gross.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 10Sep40; LP9902.


  THE ARGENTINE QUESTION. SEE The March of Time, v. 8, no. 8.


  ARGENTINIEN; Menschen in Buenos Aires. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    Inc., c1949. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. German version of "Argentina;
    people of Buenos Aires."

    Summary: Depicts Buenos Aires in its role as hub of a nation's
    commercial, industrial, and agricultural activities. Shows such
    typical citizens as a grain broker at his executive duties, and a
    packing plant employee at home and at work. Includes scenes or the
    vast pampas region, the center of Argentina's agricultural wealth.
    For middle grades, high school, and adult groups.

    Credits: Collaborator, Earle K. James.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 25Aug49; MP4615.


  THE ARGYLE SECRETS. Eronel Productions, Inc., c1948. 63 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A melodrama featuring the murder of a famous columnist, the
    theft of an album of documents, and the adventures of the newspaper
    reporter who solves the mystery.

    Credits: Producers, Allan H. Posner; Sam Abarbnal; director, Cyril
    Endfield; story, William Gargan, Marjorie Lord.

    Cast: William Gargan, Marjorie Lord, Ales Fraser, Jonathan Hale.

    © Eronel Productions, Inc.; 1Mar48; LP1476.


  ARISE MY LOVE. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1940. 12 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Arthur Hornblow, Jr.; director, Mitchell Leisen;
    original story, by Benjamin Glazer and John S. Toldy; screenplay,
    Charles Brackett, Bill Wilder; adaptation, Jacques Thery;
    photographer, Charles Lang, Jr.; film editor, Doane Harrison.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 8Nov40; LP10036.


  THE ARISTO CAT. The Vitaphone Corp., c1943. 7 min., sd., color.
    (Merrie Melodies)

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; story, Ted Pierce; animation,
    Rudolph Larriva; music director, Carl W. Stalling. Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 25Jun43; MP13698.


  ARISTOCRATS OF THE KENNEL. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1941. 1
    reel, sd. (Ed Thorgersen's Sports Review)

    Credits: Producer, Truman Talley; continuity, Russ Sheilds;
    photographer, William Storz.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 12Sep41; MP11532.


  ARIZONA. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 14 reels, sd. Based upon the
    story by Clarence Budington Kelland.

    Credits: Producer and director, Wesley Ruggles; screenplay, Claude
    Binyon; music, Victor Young; music director, M. W. Stoloff; film
    editors, Otto Meyer, William Lyon.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 29Nov40; LP10087.


  ARIZONA BOUND. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1941. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Scott R. Dunlap; director, Spencer G. Bennett;
    original story, Oliver Drake; screenplay, Jess Bowers; music, Eddie
    Kay; photography, Harry Neumann; film editor, Carl Pierson.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 19Jul41; LP10650.


  ARIZONA CYCLONE. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1941. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Will Cowan; director, Ray Taylor;
    original screenplay, Sherman Lowe; photography, Charles Van Enger;
    film editor, Paul Landers.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 27Oct41; LP10800.


  ARIZONA FRONTIER. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1940. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Edward Finney; director, Al Herman; screenplay,
    Robert Emmett; photography, Marcel A. LePicard; film editor, Robert
    Golden.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 16Aug40; LP9859.


  ARIZONA GANG BUSTERS. Producers Releasing Corp., c1940. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sigmund Neufeld; director, Peter Stewart;
    original screenplay, William Lively; music director, Lew Porter;
    film editor, Holbrook N. Todd.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 11Sep40; LP9906.


  THE ARIZONA RANGER. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1948. 63 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A Western, in which a gang of rustlers in the Arizona
    Territory meet their match in combat with a rancher father and his
    ranger son.

    Credits: Producer, Herman Schlom; director, John Rawlins; original
    screenplay, Norman Houston; music, Paul Sawtell; music director, C.
    Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Desmond Marquette.

    Cast: Jack Holt, Tim Holt, Nan Leslie, Richard Martin, Steve Brodie.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 4Apr48; LP1652.


  ARIZONA ROUND-UP. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1942. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer and director, Robert Tansey; original story,
    Robert Emmett, Frances Kavanaugh; music director, Frank Sanucci;
    photography, Marcel Le Picard; film editor, Fred Bain.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 10Mar42; LP11301.


  ARIZONA TERRORS. c1942. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, George Sherman; original screenplay, Doris
    Schroeder, Taylor Caven; music director, Cy Feuer; photographer,
    Ernest Miller; film editor, Les Orlebeck.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 6Jan42; LP11103.


  ARIZONA TRAIL. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1943.

    Credits: Associate producer, Oliver Drake; director, Vernon Keays;
    original screenplay, William Lively; film editor, Al Todd.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 28Oct43; LP12350.


  ARIZONA WHIRLWIND. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1944. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer and director, Robert Tansey; original screenplay,
    Frances Kavanaugh; music director, Frank Sanucci; cameraman, Edward
    Kull; film editor, John C. Fuller.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 5Feb44; LP12487.


  ARKANSAS JUDGE. c1941. Presented by Republic Pictures. 8 reels, sd.
    Based on the novel "False Witness" by Irving Stone.

    Credits: Associate producer, Armand Schaefer; director, Frank
    McDonald; screenplay, Dorrell and Stuart McGowan; adaptation, Ian
    Hunter, Ring Lardner, Jr., Gertrude Purcell; music director, Cy
    Feuer; photographer, Ernest Miller; film editor, Ernest Nims.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 28Jan41; LP10251.


  THE ARKANSAS SWING. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1948. 7 reels, sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: A hillbilly musical comedy about trotting horses.

    Credits: Producer, Colbert Clark; director, Ray Nazarro; original
    screenplay, Barry Shipman; music director, Mischa Bakaleinikoff;
    film editor, Paul Borofsky.

    Cast: Gloria Henry, Stuart Hart, June Vincent, Mary Eleanor Donahue,
    The Hoosier Hot Shots (Hezzie, Ken, Gil, and Gabe).

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 26Jul48; LP1732.


  THE ARMLESS DENTIST. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1943. 1 reel, sd.
    (Person-Oddity, no. 121)

    Credits: Producers, Joseph O'Brien, Thomas Mead; narrator, Bill
    Biven.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 18Jun43; MP13685.


  ARMS AND THE MEN. SEE The March of Time, v. 7, no. 4.


  ARMY BRAT. SEE Little Mister Jim.


  ARMY CHAMPIONS. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    956 ft., sepia. (A Pete Smith Specialty)

    Credits: Director, Paul Vogel; screenplay, Julian Harmon; film
    editor, Philip Anderson.

    © Loew's Inc.; 9Oct41; LP10789.


  ARMY FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1946. 11 min., sd.,
    35mm. (The World of Sports, no. 121)

    Credits: Director, Harry Foster; commentator, Bill Stern.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp., Hollywood; 19Sep46; MP1467.


  THE ARMY MASCOT. Walt Disney Productions, c1942. 1 reel, sd. (A Walt
    Disney Pluto)

    © Walt Disney Productions; 13Mar42; LP11243.


  THE ARMY-NAVY E AWARD CEREMONIES, MUSKEGON HEIGHTS, MICHIGAN, JULY 29,
    1943. Presented by Norge, a Borg-Warner industry. 1 reel, sd., b&w.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization, Inc.

    © Borg-Warner Corp.; title, descr., & 11 prints, 29Nov43; MU14283.


  ARMY SHOW. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1943. 20 min., sd. (Broadway
    Brevities) Based on the radio program "Soldiers with Wings."

    Credits: Director, Jean Negulesco.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 28Sep43; LP12283.


  ARMY SURGEON. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1942. 63 min., sd. From a
    story by John Twist.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director, A. Edward Sutherland;
    screenplay, Barry Trivers, Emmet Lavery; music, Roy Webb; music
    director, C. Bakaleinikoff; editor, Samuel E. Beetley.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 4Nov42; LP11695.


  ARMY WIVES. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1944. 8 reels, sd. Based on idea
    by Joel Levy, Jr.

    Credits: Producer, Lindsley Parsons; director, Phil Rosen; original
    screenplay, B. Harrison Orkow; photographer, Mack Stengler.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 25Oct44; LP12948.


  THE ARNELO AFFAIR. Loew's Inc., c1947. 86 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. An MGM
    picture. Based on a story by Jane Burr.

    Credits: Producer, Jerry Bresler; director, Arch Oboler; screenplay,
    Arch Oboler; music score, George Bassman; film editor, Harry Komer.

    Cast: John Hodiak, George Murphy, Frances Gifford, Dean Stockwell,
    Eve Arden.

    © Loew's Inc.; 30Jan47; LP816.


  AROUND AND AROUND SHE GOES. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 21Sep42; MP13029.


  AROUND THE WORLD. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1943. 80 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Allan Dwan; original story and screenplay, Ralph
    Spence; musical arrangements, George Duning; musical director, C.
    Bakaleinikoff; editor, Theron Warth.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 24Nov43; LP12443.


  AROUND THE WORLD IN CALIFORNIA. Loew's Inc., c1947. 9 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (James A. FitzPatrick's Traveltalks) An MGM picture.

    Credits: Produced and narrated by James A. FitzPatrick; music score,
    Nat Finston.

    © Loew's Inc.; 8May47; MP2065.


  ARROW MAGIC. Vitaphone Corp., c1947. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm. (The
    Sports Parade) Warner Bros.

    Credits: Director, Charles T. Trego; narration written by Jack
    Scholl; narrator, Knox Manning.

    Cast: Ande Vale.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 15Mar47; MP1837.


  ARSENAL OF MIGHT. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd.
    (America Speaks Featurette)

    Credits: Producers, Joseph O'Brien, Thomas Mead; narrator, Ed
    Herlihy.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 6Nov42; MP13025.


  ARSENIC AND OLD LACE. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1944. 12 reels,
    sd. From the stage play by Joseph Kesselring. A Warner Bros.-First
    National picture.

    Credits: Producers, Howard Lindsay, Russell Crouse; director, Frank
    Capra; screenplay, Julius J. and Philip G. Epstein; music, Max
    Steiner; music director, Leo F. Forbstein; orchestral arrangements,
    Hugo Friedhofer; film editor, Daniel Mandell.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 6Oct44; LP12890.


  ARSON, INC. Lippert Productions, Inc. Released through Screen Guild
    Productions, Inc., c1949. 64 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: An undercover agent of a metropolitan fire department
    tracks down a gang of thieves who mask their thefts behind willful
    arson. Setting, Los Angeles.

    Credits: Producer, William Stephens; director, William Berke;
    original story, Arthur Caesar; screenplay, Maurice Tombragel; music,
    Raoul Kraushaar; editor, Edward Mann.

    Cast: Robert Lowery, Anne Gwynne, Edward Brophy, Marcia Mae Jones,
    Douglas Fowley.

    © Lippert Productions, Inc.; 5Jul49; LP2409.


  ARSON SQUAD. Alexander-Stern, c1945. Presented by PRC Pictures, Inc. 7
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Arthur Alexander; director, Lew Landers; original
    screenplay, Arthur St. Claire; music director, Lee Zahler; film
    editor, Holbrook Todd.

    © PRC Pictures, Inc.; 11Sep45; LP13609.


  ART DISCOVERS AMERICA. SEE Grandpa Called It Art.


  THE ART OF SELF DEFENSE. Walt Disney Productions, c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 7Aug41; LP10861.


  THE ART OF SKIING. Walt Disney Productions, c1941. 1 reel, sd. (A Walt
    Disney Goofy)

    © Walt Disney Productions; 7Aug41; LP10786.


  ARTE METÁLICA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in collaboration
    with Forest Grant, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Portuguese version
    of "Metal Craft."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 25Jan47; MP1627.


  ARTERIES OF LIFE. The Conservation Foundation in association with the
    New York Zoological Society. Released by Encyclopaedia Britannica
    Films, c1948. 11 min., sd., color, 16mm. (The Living Earth Series,
    pt. 3)

    Summary: A conservation film which shows the functions of plant life
    in catching and storing water and in maintaining the topsoil.
    Includes animated drawings. For high school and adult groups.

    Credits: Director, George E. Brewer, Jr.; story, John H. Storer.

    © New York Zoological Society; 6Jul48; MP3455.


  ARTERIES OF THE CITY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in
    collaboration with Robert S. Lynd, c1946. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Afrikaans version. Title on script: "Stedelike Verkeer."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 28Jun46; MP1867.


  ARTERIES OF THE CITY. Erpi Classroom Films, Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd.
    With teacher's handbook.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.; 5Aug41; MP14195.


  ARTES E OFÍCIOS DO MÉXICO. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in
    collaboration with M. D. C. Crawford, c1946. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Portuguese version of "Arts and Crafts of Mexico."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 17Mar46; MP1853.


  ARTHUR MURRAY TAUGHT ME DANCING IN A HURRY. Soundies Distributing
    Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 25May42; MP12595.


  ARTHUR TAKES OVER. Sol M. Wurtzel Productions, Inc., c1948. 63 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A light comedy in which a young girl conceals from her
    well-to-do family her marriage to a sailor. Arthur, her teen-age
    brother "takes over" when their mother makes plans to marry Sister
    to a wealthy suitor. Suburban setting.

    Credits: Producer, Sol M. Wurtzel; director, Mal St. Clair; story
    and screenplay, Mauri Grashin; music score, Darrell Calker; film
    editor, Roy Livingston.

    Cast: Lois Collier, Richard Crane, Skip Homeier, Ann E. Todd, Jerome
    Cowan.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 9Apr48; LP2024.


  ARTIE SHAW AND HIS ORCHESTRA. Vitaphone Corp., c1948. 10 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (Melody Master Bands) Warner Bros. Originally released in
    1939.

    Credits: Director, Roy Mack.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 12Jan48; MP2706.


  ARTIE SHAW AND HIS ORCHESTRA IN SYMPHONY OF SWING. The Vitaphone
    Corp., c1939. 10 min., sd. (Melody Master)

    Credits: Director, Joseph Henabery.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 30Dec39; MP9840.


  THE ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION OF RABBITS AND THE TRANSPLANTATION OF
    RABBIT EGGS. Bailey Film Service, for the Worcester (Mass.)
    Foundation for Experimental Biology, Inc. and the Foundation of
    Applied Research, San Antonio, Tex.

    Summary: A picture designed to show the value of artificial
    insemination and transplantation of eggs in the breeding of rabbits.

    Credits: Director, Min-Chueh Chang.

    © The Worcester Foundation for Experimental Biology, Inc.; title,
    descr., & 2 prints, 22May48; MU3041.


  ARTISANS OF FLORENCE. International Film Foundation, Inc., c1947. 21
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: The Institute of Art in Florence furnishes the setting for
    examples of Italian art and handicrafts. Scenes of Italian home and
    farm life and of the Festival of the Grapes are included.

    Credits: Director, Victor Vicas; original story, Norman Borisoff;
    script, Tom Cobb; narrator, Tony Kraber.

    © International Film Foundation, Inc.; 26Jul47; MP2619.


  THE ARTIST MODEL. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 19Oct42; MP13085.


  ARTISTRY IN RHYTHM. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1945. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Will Cowan; director, Lewis D. Collins;
    orchestrations, Lloyd Akridge; film editor, Irving Applebaum.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 28May45; LP13293.


  ARTIST'S ANTICS. Universal Picture Co., Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd.,
    35mm. (Person-Oddity, no. 154)

    Credits: Producer, Thomas Mead; script, Frank Kelly; narration, Fred
    B. Cole.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 6Jun46; MP742.


  ARTS AND CRAFTS OF MEXICO. Erpi Classroom Films, Inc., c1939. 1 reel,
    sd. With teacher's handbook.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.; 3Jan39; MP14194.


  ARTS AND CRAFTS OF MEXICO. SEE

    Artes e Ofícios do México.

    México—Artes Populares.


  AS MABEL GOES SO GOES THE NAVY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Mar42; MP12383.


  AS THE FLY FLIES. Distributed by Columbia Pictures Corp., c1944. 576
    ft., sd. (A Phantasy Cartoon)

    Credits: Director, Howard Swift; story, Ed Seward; animation, Grant
    Simmons; music, Eddie Kilfeather.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 17Nov44; LP13144.


  AS THE TWIG IS BENT. Motion Picture Bureau of the Affiliated Aetna
    Life Companies, c1943. 1 reel, sd.

    Appl. author: F. W. Bright.

    © Affiliated Aetna Life Companies; 15Dec43; MP14892.


  ASCORBIC ACID AND SCURVY. Wilding Picture Productions, Inc., c1947. 28
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: The film shows Dr. Frederick F. Tisdall delivering his
    lecture on "Ascorbic Acid and Scurvy." Contains illustrative
    diagrams and charts.

    © Mead Johnson & Co.; 30Apr47; MP2918.


  ASIA'S NEW VOICE. SEE The March of Time, v. 15, no. 2.


  ASK DAD. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 16Apr43; MP13489.


  ASK MY HEART. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 9Sep46; MP1160.


  THE ASPERN PAPERS. SEE The Lost Moment.


  THE ASSASSIN. General Television Enterprises, Inc., c1949. 1 reel,
    sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: The treachery of an overthrown South American dictator
    leads to his death at the hands of the very man who had arranged his
    escape.

    Credits: Producer, director, and screenplay, John Reinhardt; film
    editor, Victor C. Lewis, Jr.

    © General Television Enterprises, Inc.; 7Dec49; LP2679.


  ASSEMBLY AND RIGGING OF THE P–63. Bell Aircraft Corp. Motion Picture
    Division with the cooperation of the United States Army Air Forces.
    33 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Credits: Directed and written by Reed C. Miller; cameraman, Ralph
    Woolsey.

    © Bell Aircraft Corp.; title, descr., & 10 prints, 14Nov45; MU16497.


  ASSEMBLY OF BOLTED STEEL TANKS; 10,000 barrel bolted steel tank. Sound
    Masters, Inc., for the Training Film Branch, Photographic Section,
    Bureau of Aeronautics, United States Navy. © Sound Masters, Inc.

    Appl. author: J. F. Clemenger.

    1. Preparation of Site and Description of Parts. © title, descr., &
    4 prints, 19Nov43; MU14155.

    2. Assembly of Bottom. © title, descr., & 6 prints, 19Nov43;
    MU14156.

    3. Assembly of Walls. © title, descr., & 6 prints, 19Nov43; MU14157.

    4. Assembly of Center Pole, Rafters and Deck. © title, descr., & 4
    prints, 19Nov43; MU14158.

    5. Tank Attachments, Sealing and Camouflage. © title, descr., & 2
    prints, 19Nov43; MU14159.


  ASSIGNED TO DANGER. Eagle Lion Films, Inc., c1948. 66 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on a story by Robert E. Kent.

    Summary: The adventures of an insurance investigator who brings
    about the capture of a gang of payroll bandits.

    Credits: Producer, Eugene Ling; director, Oscar Boetticher;
    screenplay, Eugene Ling; film editor, W. Donn Hayes.

    Cast: Gene Raymond, Noreen Nash, Robert Bice, Martin Kosleck, Mary
    Meade.

    © Pathe Industries, Inc.; 19May48 (in notice: 1947); LP1686.


  ASSIGNMENT IN BRITTANY. Loew's Inc., c1943. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 10 reels, sd., b&w. Based upon the novel by
    Helen MacInnes.

    Credits: Producer, J. Walter Ruben; director, Jack Conway;
    screenplay, Anthony Veiller, William H. Wright, Howard Emmett
    Rogers; musical score, Lennie Hayton; film editor, Frank Sullivan.

    © Loew's Inc.; 9Mar43; LP11930.


  AT A GYPSY CAMP FIRE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 24Jul44; MP15026.


  AT A LITTLE COUNTRY TAVERN. Featurettes, Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Featurettes, Inc.; 1Dec41; MP12003.


  AT A LITTLE HOT DOG STAND. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 22Dec41; MP11955.


  AT A LITTLE ROADSIDE REST. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 14Jul41; MP11334.


  AT DAWN WE DIE. c1943. Presented by Republic Pictures. 78 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, S. W. Smith; director, George King; original
    story, Dorothy Hope; screenplay, Anatole de Grunwald; script,
    Katherine Strueby; music, Nicholas Brodszky; music director, Muir
    Mathieson; orchestration, Roy Douglas; photography, Otto Heller;
    film editors, Terence Fisher, Winifred Cooper.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 20Mar43; LP12017.


  AT EASE. Presented by Chevrolet. 1 min., sd., color.

    Credits: Cinecolor.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Sales Corp., title,
    descr., & 40 prints, 21Oct40; MU10537.


  AT EASE. Presented by Chevrolet. 1 min.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © Chevrolet Motor Div., General Motors Sales Corp.; title, descr., &
    60 prints, 4Oct41; MU11696.


  AT MY LADY'S SERVICE. Jam Handy Organization, Inc. Presented by
    Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp. b&w, 35mm.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 18Apr47; 6 prints,
    21Apr47; MU1950.


  AT THE CLUB SAVOY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 13Jul42; MP12779.


  AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW. Jam Handy Organization, Inc. Presented by
    Sun-Kraft, Inc. 3 reels, sd., color, 16mm.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 2Jan47; 13 prints,
    6Jan47; MU1463.


  AT THE STROKE OF TWELVE. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1941. 2 reels,
    sd. From the Damon Runyon story, "The Old Doll's House."

    Credits: Associate producer, Gordon Hollingshead; director, Jean
    Negulesco; screenplay, Harold Medford; music, Howard Jackson; film
    editor, Everett Dodd.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 15Nov41; LP10818.


  AT THE STROKE OF TWELVE. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1941. 20 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a story by Damon Runyon. A Re-release.

    Summary: After he decides to reform, circumstances implicate a young
    racketeer in a gangland murder. Found guilty of the murder, he is
    saved from execution by the testimony of a mysterious recluse.

    Credits: Director, Jean Negulesco; screenplay, Harold Medford; film
    editor, Everett Dodd.

    Cast: Craig Stevens, Elisabeth Risdon, Knox Manning, Howard da
    Silva, Ben Welden.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures; 28Dec41; MP3973.


  AT THE VILLA ROSE. SEE House of Mystery.


  AT YOUR SERVICE. Featurettes, Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Louis Herscher, Harold Raymond.

    © Featurettes, Inc.; 20Oct41; MP11834.


  ATHLETIC INJURIES, THE CHARLEY HORSE AND THE SPRAINED ANKLE. Committee
    on Professional Visual Education of the American Osteopathic
    Association. 16mm.

    Credits: Adapted and directed by Ralph W. Rice.

    Appl. authors: Ralph W. Rice, Wilbur Bohm.

    © American Osteopathic Association; title & descr., 2Jun41; 22
    prints, 28Jul41; MU11364.


  ATHLETIC STARS. RKO Pathe, Inc., c1948. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Sportscope, no. 3)

    Summary: At Boca Raton, Florida, Fred Perry gives tennis instruction
    to children; Patty Elsener, Olympic diving star demonstrates her
    repertoire of dives; and Porter Roberts, an outstanding jockey,
    spends a morning at Hialeah.

    Credits: Producer, Jay Bonafield; director, Joseph Walsh; narrator,
    Red Barber; music, Nathaniel Shilkret; editor, Harold Oteri.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 19Nov48; MP3588.


  ATHLETIC VARIETIES. RKO Pathe, Inc., c1948. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Sportscope, no. 12).

    Summary: The film shows Stewart Iglehart, polo champion, in action
    at Delray Beach, Florida; Bill O'Brien giving modern swimming
    instruction at Boca Raton Club in Florida; and Beachcomber, champion
    greyhound, racing on a Miami track.

    Credits: Producer, Jay Bonafield; director, Joseph Walsh; script,
    Burton Benjamin; narrator, Red Barber; music, Nathaniel Shilkret;
    editor, Harold Oteri.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 23Jul48; MP3272.


  ATHLETIQUIZ. Loew's Inc., c1947. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Pete Smith
    Specialty) (What's Your I. Q.? no. 12) An MGM picture.

    Credits: Producer and narrator, Pete Smith; screenplay, Joe Ansen,
    David Barclay; film editor, Joseph Dietrick.

    © Loew's Inc.; 2Jan47; MP1504.


  ATLANTIC CITY. c1944. Presented by Republic Pictures. 10 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Albert J. Cohen; director, Ray McCarey;
    original story, Arthur Caesar; screenplay, Doris Gilbert, Frank
    Gill, Jr., George Carleton Brown; music director, Walter Scharf;
    orchestral arrangements, Joseph Dubin; photographer, John Alton;
    film editor, Richard L. Van Enger.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 16Aug44; LP12828.


  ATLANTIC CONVOY. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Colbert Clark; director, Lew Landers; original
    screenplay, Robert Lee Johnson; music director, M. W. Stoloff; film
    editor, James Sweeney.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 8Jun42; LP11393.


  L'ATLANTIDE. SEE Siren of Atlantis.


  THE ATMOSPHERE AND ITS CIRCULATION; ocean of air. Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films, Inc., c1944. 1 reel.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 30Dec44; MP15984.


  ATMOSPHERE AND ITS CIRCULATION. SEE L'Atmosphere et Ses Mouvements.


  ATOMENERGIE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1949. 1 reel, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. German version of "Atomic Energy."

    Summary: Identifies parts and structure of atoms; defines electronic
    or chemical energy and nuclear energy; explains the three known
    forms of atomic energy release—natural radioactivity, nuclear
    synthesis, and nuclear fission; and illustrates the relationship
    between atomic energy from the sun and chemical energy stored and
    released in photosynthesis and combustion. For high school, college,
    and adult groups.

    Credits: Collaborator, Willard F. Libby.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 25Aug49; MP4618.


  ATOMIC ENERGY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in collaboration
    with Willard F. Libby, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 17Feb47; MP1760.


  ATOMIC ENERGY. SEE Atomenergie.


  ATOMIC POWER. SEE The March of Time, 1947.


  L'ATMOSPHERE ET SES MOUVEMENTS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.,
    c1948. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. French version of "Atmosphere and Its
    Circulation."

    Summary: The nature, structure, chemical composition, weight, and
    distribution of the air, and its circulation in relation to the
    rotation of the earth.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 15Nov48; MP3600.


  ATTITUDES AND HEALTH. Coronet, c1949. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Shows that improper attitudes can prevent the individual
    from doing his best and can even cause physical illness. Designed
    for high school, college, and adult groups.

    Credits: Educational collaborators, Dean F. Smiley, Fred V. Hein.

    © David A. Smart; 11Apr49; MP4241.


  AU REET. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 11Oct43; MP14029.


  AUNT EMMA PAINTS THE TOWN. SEE So's Your Aunt Emma.


  AUSTRALIA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1948. 1 reel, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Explains how rainfall affects life in the three major
    regions of Australia—the Eastern Highlands, the Central Basin, and
    the Great Plateau—and shows how the people live in Sydney, the "back
    country," and Canberra. Includes animation.

    Credits: Collaborator, Edmund de S. Brunner.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 31Dec48; MP3793.


  AUSTRALIA AT WAR. SEE The March of Time, v. 7, no. 8.


  AUSTRALIA VS. UNITED STATES: Challenge Round, Davis Cup Tennis
    Matches, August, 1947. American Film Services, Inc., c1947. 21 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Credits: Narrator, Robert Wolff.

    © American Film Services, Inc.; 11Sep47; MP2401.


  AUTHOR IN BABYLAND. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1945. 1 reel, sd.
    (Person-Oddity, no. 140)

    Credits: Producers, Joseph O'Brien, Thomas Mead; narrator, Ben
    Grauer.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 18Apr45; MP15925.


  AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A TRACT. Scriptures Visualized Institute, c1942. 1
    reel.

    Appl. author: George F. Santa.

    © Scriptures Visualized Institute; 3Jul42; MP12688.


  AUTOEROTISM IN INFANCY. René A. Spitz. 32 min., si., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Describes three types of autoerotic behavior in infancy.

    © René A. Spitz; title & descr., 15Jul48; 3 prints, 28Sep48; MU3364.


  THE AUTOGRAPH HOUND. Walt Disney Productions, c1939. 1 reel. (A Walt
    Disney Donald Duck)

    © Walt Disney Productions; 4Aug39; LP9351.


  AUTO-LITE ON PARADE. Presented by The Electric Auto-Lite Co. 2 reels,
    sd.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © The Electric Auto-Lite Co.; title & descr., 22Jun40; 209 prints,
    24Jun40; MU10299.


  THE AUTOMOBILE. Eastman Kodak Co. c1942. 1,025 ft. Revised.

    Appl. author: George W. Hoke.

    © Eastman Kodak Co.; 30Jun42; MP12719.


  AUTOMOTIVE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE; automobile operation. The Jam
    Handy Organization, c1945. 1 reel each. © The Jam Handy
    Organization.

    1. Know Your Car. © 1May45; MP16021.

    2. Your Driving Habits. © 1May45; MP16020.

    3. Keeping Your Car Fit. © 1May45; MP16028.

    4. The Periodic Check-Up. © 1May45; MP16022.


  AUTOMOTIVE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE; bus operation. De Frenes & Co.,
    c1945. 1 reel each. © De Frenes & Co.

    1. The Operator and His Job. © 1Aug45; MP19.

    2. The Operator and His Passengers. © 1Aug45; MP20.

    3. The Operator and Safety. © 1Aug45; MP21.


  AUTOMOTIVE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE; preventive maintenance. c1945. 1
    reel each. © Gene K. Walker.

    1. Introduction to Preventive Maintenance.

    Appl. author: Lawrence Ravitz.

    © 10Aug45; MP386.

    2. The Battery, Ignition and Electrical System. © 1Aug45; MP16332.

    3. The Engine Assembly. © 1Aug45; MP16333.

    4. The Cooling System and Fuel System. © 1Aug45; MP16334.

    5. Engine Tests and Tune Up. © 1Aug45; MP16335.


  AUTOMOTIVE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE; preventive maintenance. Century
    Productions, Inc., c1945. 1 reel each. © Century Productions, Inc.

    6. The Clutch and Hand Brake. © 1Oct45; MP87.

    7. The Hydraulic Brake System. © 1Oct45; MP88.

    8. Steering, Wheels, Front and Rear Axles. © 1Oct45; MP89.

    9. Transmission, Drive Shaft, and Differential. © 1Oct45; MP90.


  AUTOMOTIVE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE; school bus operation. De Frenes
    & Co., c1945. 1 reel each. © De Frenes & Co.

    1. Care and Maintenance. © 1Aug45; MP22.

    2. Passengers, Driving Hazards, Safety. © 1Aug45; MP23.


  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE. Burton Holmes Films, Inc., c1940. Presented by
    Vocational Guidance Films, Inc. 1 reel. (Your Life Work Series)

    © Arthur P. Twogood; 19Sep40; MP10751.


  AUTUMN ON THE FARM. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1948. 11
    min., sd., color, 16mm.

    Summary: Activities on the farm and in the neighboring woods in
    September, October, and November, Joan and Jerry pick apples and
    pumpkins, hunt for nuts, and watch the wild animals and birds.
    Father prepares silage, and Mother picks grapes for jam and jelly. A
    classroom film for primary and middle grades.

    Credits: Collaborator, E. Laurence Palmer.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 25Mar48; MP2905.


  AUXILIARY VIEWS; pt. 1. McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., c1948. 10 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. (McGraw-Hill Text Films. Mechanical Drawing Series,
    no. 6)

    Summary: Auxiliary projection is explained and defined, and an
    auxiliary elevation is constructed.

    © McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 1Jul48; MP3582.


  AUXILIARY VIEWS; pt. 2. McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., c1948. 10 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. (McGraw-Hill Text Films. Mechanical Drawing Series,
    no. 7)

    Summary: Describes three types of single auxiliaries—auxiliary
    elevations, right and left auxiliaries, and front and rear
    auxiliaries—illustrated by household articles with slanting surfaces
    which require auxiliary views for complete representation.

    © McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 1Jul48; MP3583.


  AUXILIARY VIEWS: DOUBLE AUXILIARIES. McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.,
    c1947. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Engineering Drawing, film 4)

    Summary: A film for students of engineering drawing. Following a
    brief review of orthographic projection on three principal planes
    and on auxiliary planes, the film describes the theory of double
    auxiliary or oblique view.

    © McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 29Dec47; MP3064.


  AUXILIARY VIEWS: SINGLE AUXILIARIES. McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc.,
    c1947. 23 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Engineering Drawing, film 3)

    Summary: An instructional film in the field of engineering drawing,
    which gives a brief review of orthographic projection and describes
    the true shape of an object with one or more slanting faces. With
    the use of a three-dimensional technique, auxiliary projection is
    explained and defined.

    © McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 29Dec47; MP3063.


  AVALANCHE. c1946. Presented by P.R.C. Pictures. 8 reels, sd., 35mm. An
    Imperial production.

    Credits: Production, Pat de Cicco; director, Irving Allen; original
    screenplay, Andrew Holt; original music score, Lucien Moraweck, Rene
    Garriguene; music director, Lud Gluskin; film editor, Louis Sackin.

    Appl. author: P.R.C. Pictures, Inc.

    © Pathe Industries, Inc.; 20Jun46; LP443.


  THE AVENGERS. Produced with the cooperation of The British Air
    Ministry, The British War Office, The Royal Norwegian Government.
    Released by Paramount, c1942. 7,915 ft., sd. A Paul Soskin

    Credits: Director, Harold French; story, Frank Owen; treatment and
    screenplay, Terence Rattigan, Anatole DeGrunwald, Patrick Kirwen;
    music score, Richard Addinsell; cameraman, Cyril Knowles; editor,
    Michael C. Chorlton.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 2Nov42; LP11839.


  THE AVENGING RIDER. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1942. 56 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director, Sam Nelson; story, Harry
    O. Hoyt; screenplay, Harry O. Hoyt, Morton Grant; music director,
    Paul Sawtell; editor, John Lockert.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 31Dec42; LP11799.


  AVENTURES DE JEANNOT LAPIN. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.,
    c1948. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. French version of "Adventures of
    Bunny Rabbit."

    Summary: Bunny Rabbit meets many animals when he goes to visit the
    farm.

    Credits: Collaborators: Arthur I. Gates, Ernest Horn, Celeste C.
    Peardon.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 16Sep48; MP3385.


  AVES DE RAPINA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel,
    sd., 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborators, T. Gilbert Pearson, William L. Finley.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 24Sep46; MP1139.


  AVES DE RAPIÑA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc., in collaboration
    with T. Gilbert Pearson and William L. Finley, c1947. 1 reel, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. Spanish version of "Birds of Prey."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc.; 11Mar47; MP1847.


  AVIATION EXPERT—DONALD DOUGLAS. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1944. 1
    reel, sd. (Person-Oddity, no. 130)

    Credits: Producers, Joseph O'Brien, Thomas Mead; narrator, Douglas
    Browning.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 18Apr44; MP14798.


  AN AVIATION STORY. sd., 16mm.

    © Bell Aircraft Corp.; title, descr., & 5 prints, 18Dec46; MU1401.


  AVIATION VACATION. c1941. 1 reel, sd. (Merrie Melodies) Leon
    Schlesinger Productions.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; story, Dave Monahan; animation,
    Sidney Sutherland; music director, Carl W. Stalling.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 9Aug41; MP11429.


  AWFUL ORPHAN. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1948. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Merrie Melodies)

    Credits: Director, Charles M. Jones; story, Michael Maltese;
    animation, Phil Monroe, Ben Washam, Lloyd Vaughan, Ken Harris.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 28Dec48 (in notice: 1947); MP3805.


  AZUSA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946. 1 reel,
    sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Gould.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 14Oct46; MP1201.



                                   B


  B. F.'S DAUGHTER. Loew's Inc., c1948. 108 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. An MGM
    picture. Based on the novel by John P. Marquand.

    Summary: The story of the marital difficulties of a headstrong
    heiress who marries a struggling young economist.

    Credits: Producer, Edwin H. Knopf; director, Robert Z. Leonard;
    screenplay, Luther Davis; music score, Bronislau Kaper; film editor,
    George White.

    Cast: Barbara Stanwyck, Van Heflin, Charles Coburn, Richard Hart,
    Keenan Wynn.

    © Loew's Inc.; 13Feb48; LP1480.


  B–29'S OVER DIXIE. Bell Aircraft Corp., Motion Picture Division. 20
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Credits: Directed and written by Norman Mathews, Harold Kopel;
    cameraman, Ralph Woolsey.

    © Bell Aircraft Corp.; title, descr., & 14 prints, 14Nov45; MU16505.


  BAA, BAA, BLACK SHEEP. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1944. 10 min.,
    sd., color. (Sports Parade)

    Credits: Director, Andre DeLaVarre; narrator, Knox Manning.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 7Feb44; MP14456.


  BABALU. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 13Jul42; MP12783.


  BABALU. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 8Nov43; MP14127.


  BABBLING BESS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Aug43; MP13892.


  BABE DIDRIKSON, QUEEN OF SPORTS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1948. 1
    reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: Babe Didrikson jumps hurdles, throws the javelin, plays
    baseball, and demonstrates in detail her skill at golf.

    Credits: Producer-director, Harry Foster; commentator, Bill Stern;
    music, Jack Shaindlin; editor, Dan Heiss.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 25Nov48; MP3619.


  THE BABE RUTH STORY. Allied Artists Productions, Inc., c1948. 106
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the book by Bob Considine.

    Summary: The life of the home-run king from his childhood to his
    last illness, with emphasis on his professional career.

    Credits: Producer and director, Roy Del Ruth; screenplay, Bob
    Considine, George Callahan; music director, Edward Ward; film
    editor, Richard Heermance.

    Cast: William Bendix, Claire Trevor, Charles Bickford, Sam Levene,
    Fred Lightner.

    © Allied Artists Productions, Inc.; 14Aug48; LP1877.


  BABES ON BROADWAY. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 13 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, Arthur Freed; director, Busby Berkeley; original
    story, Fred Finklehoffe; screenplay, Fred Finklehoffe, Elaine Ryan;
    music director, Georgie Stoll; music adaptation, Roger Edens;
    orchestrations, Leo Arnaud, George Bassman, Conrad Salinger; film
    editor, Fredrick Y. Smith.

    © Loew's Inc.; 5Dec41; LP11315.


  BABES ON SWING STREET. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1944. 8 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Bernard W. Burton; director, Edward
    Lilley; original story, Brenda Weisberg; screenplay, Howard
    Dimsdale, Eugene Conrad; music director, Sam Freed, Jr.; film
    editor, Fred R. Feitshans.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 25Oct44; LP12926.


  BABIES BY BANNISTER. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1943. 781 ft., sd. (A
    Columbia Panoramic)

    Credits: Director, Irving Browning; commentator, Millicent Robin.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Oct43; MP15085.


  BABIES FOR SALE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Charles Barton; story, Robert Chapin, Joseph
    Carole; screenplay, Robert D. Andrews; film editor, Charles Nelson.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 9May40; LP9634.


  BABIES, THEY'RE WONDERFUL. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1947. 1 reel,
    sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Directed and written by Justin Herman.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 14Nov47; LP1308.


  BABY ANIMALS. Young America Films, Inc., c1948. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: A film designed to teach primary children certain concepts
    basic to an understanding of the appearance, behavior, and care of
    young birds and animals.

    Credits: Adviser, Gerald S. Craig.

    © Young America Films, Inc.; 15Sep48; MP3456.


  BABY, ARE YOU KIDDIN'? Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1946. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Gould.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 12Aug46; MP998.


  BABY BLUES. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 852
    ft., sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Edward Cahn; screenplay, Hal Law, Robert McGowan;
    film editor, Leon Bourgeau.

    © Loew's Inc.; 24Feb41; LP10346.


  BABY BOTTLENECK. Warner Bros. Cartoons, c1945. 7 min., sd., color.
    (Looney Tunes)

    Credits: Director, Robert Clampett; story, Warren Foster; animation,
    Rod Scribner; music director, Carl W. Stalling. Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 25Dec45; MP277.


  BABY CARE—FEEDING. The Pennsylvania State College, c1944. 900 ft.,
    sd., 16mm.

    Appl. author: Celeste Burgeson.

    © The Pennsylvania State College; 1Apr44; MP14824.


  BABY DON'T GO 'WAY FROM ME. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 4Feb46; MP201.


  BABY DON'T YOU CRY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1943. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 13Dec43; MP14275.


  BABY, DON'T YOU LOVE ME ANYMORE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc., c1945. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 26Nov45; MP16545.


  BABY FACE MORGAN. Producers Releasing Corp., c1942. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Schwarz; director, Arthur Dreifuss; story,
    Oscar Brodney, Jack Rubin; screenplay, Edward Dein, Jack Rubin;
    original music score, Leon Erdody; film editor, Dan Milner.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 11Sep42; LP11583.


  BABY FACE MORGAN. Producers Releasing Corp., c1942. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Schwarz; director, Arthur Dreifuss; story,
    Oscar Brodney, Jack Rubin; screenplay, Edward Dein, Jack Rubin;
    original music score, Leon Erdody; film editor, Dan Milner.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 11Sep42; LP11682.


  BABY PUSS. Loew's Inc., c1943. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 729
    ft., sd., color. (A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Cartoon) (An MGM Tom and
    Jerry Cartoon)

    Credits: Directors, William Hanna, Joseph Barbera; animation,
    Kenneth Muse, Ray Patterson, Irven Spence, Pete Burness; music,
    Scott Bradley. Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 15Dec43; MP14453.


  BABY RABBIT IN CARROT PIE. c1940. 1 reel, sd.

    © Contemporary Films, Alvin J. Gordon, sole owner; 29Apr40; MP10183.


  THE BABY SEAL. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1941.
    Presented by Paul Terry. 1 reel, sd. (Terrytoon)

    Credits: Producer, Paul Terry; director, Connie Rasinski; story,
    John Foster; music, Philip A. Scheib.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 4Apr41; MP11071.


  THE BABY SITTER. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1947. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Little Lulu Cartoon)

    Credits: Direction, Seymour Kneitel; story, Bill Turner, Larry
    Riley.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 28Nov47; LP1342.


  BABY WANTS A BOTTLESHIP. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; story, Jack Ward, Jack Mercer;
    animation, Alfred Eugster, Joseph Oriolo.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 3Jul42; LP11439.


  THE BABY'S BATH. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in
    collaboration with Arnold Gesell and the Clinic of Child
    Development, Yale University, c1947. 1 reel, si., b&w, 16mm.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 25Feb47; MP1768.


  BACALL TO ARMS. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1946. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Merrie Melodies)

    Credits: Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 5Oct46; MP1236.


  THE BACHELOR AND THE BOBBY-SOXER. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1947. 95
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Producer, Dore Schary; director, Irving Reis; original
    story and screenplay, Sidney Sheldon; music, Leigh Harline; music
    director, C. Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Frederick Knudtson.

    Cast: Myrna Loy, Cary Grant, Shirley Temple, Rudy Vallee.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., 24Jul47; LP1178.


  BACHELOR BLUES. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1948. 17 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Credits: Producer, George Bilson; director, Leslie Goodwins;
    screenplay, Julian Woodward, Leslie Goodwins; film editor, Tholen
    Gladden.

    Cast: Leon Errol, Dorothy Granger, Wally Brown, Betty Underwood,
    Grandon Rhodes.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 17Sep48; LP1930.


  BACHELOR BORN. SEE Housemaster.


  BACHELOR DADDY. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1941. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Burt Kelly; director, Harold Young;
    music director, Charles Previn; photography, Milton Krasner; film
    editor, Philip Cahn.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 30Jun41; LP10563.


  BACHELOR DAZE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1944. 1,646 ft., sd.

    Credits: Producer and director, Jules White; story and screenplay,
    Felix Adler; film editor, Charles Hochberg.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 8Feb44; LP12479.


  THE BACHELOR'S DAUGHTERS. Released through United Artists, c1946.
    Presented by Andrew Stone. 90 min., sd., 35mm.

    Credits: Production, direction and original screenplay, Andrew
    Stone; music director, Heinz Roemheld; editor, Duncan Mansfield.

    © Andrew Stone Enterprises; 6Sep46 (in notice: 1947); LP655.


  BACK ALLEY OPROAR. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1947–48. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Merrie Melodies)

    Credits: Director, I. Freleng; story, Michael Maltese, Tedd Pierce;
    animation, Gerry Chiniquy, Manuel Perez, Ken Champin, Virgil Ross.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 29Dec47; MP2935.


  BACK ALLEY OPROAR. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1947–48, 7 min., sd.,
    color. 35mm. (Merrie Melodies)

    Credits: Director, I. Freleng; story, Michael Maltese, Tedd Pierce;
    animation, Gerry Chiniquy, Manuel Perez, Ken Champin, Virgil Ross.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 24Oct48; MP3433.


  BACK BEAT BOOGIE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 16Oct44; MP15312.


  BACK DOOR MAN. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,c1946. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 3Jun46; MP701.


  BACK FROM THE FRONT. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1943. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer and director, Jules White; story and screenplay,
    Jack White, Ewart Adamson; film editor, Edwin Bryant.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 30Mar43; LP11943.


  BACK HOME IN INDIANA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1945. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 29Oct45; MP16451.


  BACK IN THE SADDLE. c1941. Presented by Republic Pictures. 8 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Harry Grey; director, Lew Landers;
    original screenplay, Richard Murphy, Jesse Lasky, Jr.; photography,
    Ernest Miller; film editor, Tony Martinelli.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 14Mar41; LP10388.


  BACK IN THE SADDLE AGAIN. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 14Sep42; MP12984.


  BACK IN YOUR OWN BACK YARD. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    Inc., c1945. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 23Jul45; MP16150.


  BACK OF EVERY PROMISE. Wilding Picture Productions, Inc.; c1949. 29
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Previously entitled "Promises We Live By."

    Summary: Shows how banking services are performed.

    Credits: Author, James P. Prindle, III.

    © Continental Illinois National Bank & Trust Co. of Chicago;
    14Sep48; LP2046.


  BACKSTREET. c1941. Presented by Universal Studios. 10 reels, sd. Based
    on the novel by Fannie Hurst.

    Credits: Producer, Bruce Manning; director, Robert Stevenson;
    screenplay, Bruce Manning, Felix Jackson; music director, Charles
    Previn; photography, William Daniels; film editor, Ted Kent.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 5Feb41; LP10232.


  BACK TO BATAAN. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1945. 95 min., sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Theron Warth; director, Edward Dmytryk;
    original story, Aeneas MacKenzie, William Gordon; screenplay, Ben
    Barzman, Richard H. Landau; music, Roy Webb; music director, C.
    Bakaleinikoff; editor, Marston Fay.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 25Jun45; LP13629.


  BACK TO BIKES. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1942. 1 reel, sd.
    (Ed Thorgersen's Sports Review)

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; continuity, Russ Sheilds; music, L.
    de Francesco; photography, Jack Painter.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 30Dec42; MP14848.


  BACK TO DONEGAL. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 5Mar45; MP15661.


  BACK TO LIFE. Aetna Life Affiliated Companies, for the Aetna Casualty
    & Surety Co., c1948. 6 min., sd., color, 16mm.

    Summary: Explains the principles of artificial respiration and
    demonstrates the application of those principles.

    © Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 1Apr48 (in notice: 1947); MP3927.


  BACK TO THE SOIL. Distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.,
    c1941. Presented by Paul Terry. 1 reel, sd. (A Terrytoon)

    Credits: Producer, Paul Terry; director, Eddie Donnelly; story, John
    Foster; music, Philip A. Scheib.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 14Nov41; MP11842.


  BACK TRAIL. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1948. 54 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: The adventures of rancher Terry Dugan, who marries the
    banker's daughter. Banker Frazer, who was once imprisoned on a false
    charge of embezzlement, is enmeshed in the schemes of a blackmailer
    until Terry apprehends the criminal.

    Credits: Producer, Barney A. Sarecky; director, Christy Cabanne;
    original screenplay, J. Benton Cheney; music director, Edward Kay;
    film editor, Johnny Fuller.

    Cast: Johnny Mack Brown, Raymond Hatton, Mildred Coles, Ted Adams,
    Pierce Lyden.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 18Jul48; LP1746.


  BACKGROUND FOR LITERATURE: THE LADY OF THE LAKE. Coronet, c1949. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Scenes of the Scottish countryside and the historic
    landmarks described in Scott's poem. Teaches that literature has its
    roots in actual places, people, and events. For high school
    students.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, J. Paul Leonard.

    © David A. Smart; 10May49; MP4243.


  BACKGROUND FOR READING: STORIES OF HOLLAND. Coronet, c1949. 10 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Scenes of life in Holland. Designed for intermediate and
    junior high grades as a visual background for reading about Holland.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, Wendell W. Wright.

    © David A. Smart; 7Mar49; MP4238.


  BACKGROUND TO DANGER. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1943. 80 min., sd.
    A Warner Bros.-First National picture. From a novel by Eric Ambler.

    Credits: Producer, Jerry Wald; director, Raoul Walsh; screenplay, W.
    R. Burnett; music, Frederick Hollander; music director, Leo F.
    Forbstein; film editor, Jack Killifer.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 25Jun43; LP12116.


  BACKLASH. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1946, 66 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Credits: Associate producer, Cliff R. Gans; director, Eugene Forde;
    original story and screenplay, Irving Elman; music score, Darrell
    Calker; film editor, William F. Claxton.

    Cast: Jean Rogers, Richard Travis.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 8Nov46; LP1152.


  BACKSTAGE BLUES. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 1Jun43; MP13625.


  BACKSTAGE FOLLIES. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1948. 19 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Credits: Producer, George Bilson; direction and screenplay, Hal
    Yates; film editor, Edward W. Williams.

    Cast: Leon Errol, Dorothy Granger, Wally Brown, Betty Underwood,
    Steven Flagg.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 24Dec48; LP2048.


  BACKTRACK. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 17Jun46; MP702.


  BACKYARD EXPLORATIONS. Scriptures Visualized Institute, c1942. 1 reel.
    (Nature's Wonderland Series)

    Appl. author: Severt Andrewson.

    © Scriptures Visualized Institute; 8Aug42; MP12765.


  BACKYARD GOLF. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1944. 10 min., sd.,
    color. (Sports Parade)

    Credits: Producers, Blumenthal, Heilner; director, Andre De La
    Varre; narrator, Knox Manning. Technicolor.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 29May44; MP14886.


  BAD BASCOMB. Loew's Inc., c1946. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 11
    reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, Orville O. Dull; director, S. Sylvan Simon;
    original story, D. A. Loxley; screenplay, William Lipman, Grant
    Garrett; music score, David Snell; orchestration, Wally Heglin; film
    editor, Ben Lewis.

    © Loew's Inc.; 4Feb46; LP149.


  BAD BOY. Allied Artists Productions, Inc. Released through Monogram
    Pictures Corp., c1949. 87 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A semi-documentary picture about the rehabilitation of a
    delinquent youth who is committed to the Variety Clubs International
    Boys' Farm at Copperas Cove, Texas.

    Credits: Producer, Paul Short; director, Kurt Neumann; screenplay,
    Robert Hardy Andrews; story, Robert Hardy Andrews, Paul Short; music
    score, Paul Sawtell; editor, William Austin.

    Cast: Lloyd Nolan, Jan Wyatt, Audie Murphy, James Gleason, Stanley
    Clements.

    © Allied Artists Productions, Inc.; 22Feb49; LP2132.


  BAD LUCK BLACKIE. Loew's Inc., c1949. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Tom
    and Jerry Cartoon) An MGM cartoon.

    Credits: Producer, Fred Quimby; director, Tex Avery; story, Rich
    Hogan; animation, Grant Simmons, Walter Clinton, Preston Blair,
    Louie Schmitt; music, Scott Bradley.

    © Loew's Inc.; 12Jan49 (in notice: 1948); MP3729.


  THE BAD MAN. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 7
    reels, sd. Based on the play by Porter Emerson Browne.

    Credits: Producer, J. Walter Ruben; director, Richard Thorpe;
    screenplay, Wells Root; film editor, Conrad A. Nervig.

    © Loew's Inc.; 24Mar41; LP10371.


  BAD MAN FROM RED BUTTE. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1940. 6 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Joseph Sanford; director, Ray Taylor;
    original screenplay, Sam Robins; cameraman, William Sickner.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 16May40; LP9650.


  BAD MAN OF DEADWOOD. c1941. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Associate producer and director, Joseph Kane; original
    screenplay, James R. Webb; music director, Cy Feuer; photographer,
    William Nobles; film editor, Charles Craft.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 5Sep41; LP10725.


  BAD MEN OF MISSOURI. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1941. 8 reels. A
    Warner Bros.-First National picture. From a story by Robert E. Kent.

    Credits: Director, Ray Enright; screenplay, Charles Grayson.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 17Jul41; LP10603.


  BAD MEN OF THE BORDER. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1945. 6 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Producer and director, Wallace W. Fox; original screenplay,
    Adele Buffington; photographer, Maury Gertsman; film editor, Philip
    Cahn.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 3Oct45; LP37.


  BAD MEN OF THE HILLS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Fier; director, William Berke; original
    screenplay, Luci Ward; film editor, Richard Fantl.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 20Oct42; LP11939.


  BAD MEN OF THUNDER GAP. Producers Releasing Corp., c1943. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producers, Alfred Stern, Arthur Alexander; director, Albert
    Herman; original story and screenplay, Elmer Clifton; music
    director, Lee Zahler; cameraman, Robert Cline; film editor, Charles
    Henkel, Jr.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 20Feb43; LP11872.


  BAD MEN OF TOMBSTONE. Allied Artists Productions, Inc., c1948. 75
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on "Last of the Badmen" by James
    Monaghan.

    Summary: A Western of the gold rush days in which a band of outlaws
    participates in a series of robberies and murders.

    Credits: Producers, Frank, Maurice, and Hyman King; director, Kurt
    Newmann; screenplay, Philip Yordan, Arthur Strawn; film editor, Dick
    Heermance.

    Cast: Barry Sullivan, Marjorie Reynolds, Broderick Crawford,
    Fortunio Bonanova, Guinn Williams.

    © Allied Artists Productions, Inc.; 15Dec48; LP2109.


  BAD OL' PUTTY-TAT. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1949. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Merrie Melodies)

    Credits: Director, I. Freleng; voice, Mel Blanc; animation, Gerry
    Chiniquy, Manuel Perez, Ken Champion, Virgil Ross.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 5Aug49 (in notice: 1948); MP4379.


  BADLANDS OF DAKOTA. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1941. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, George Waggner; director, Alfred E.
    Green; original story, Harold Shumate; screenplay, Gerald Geraghty;
    cameraman, Stanley Cortez; film editor, Frank Gross.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 2Sep41; LP10680.


  BADMAN'S TERRITORY. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1946. 98 min., sd.,
    35mm.

    Credits: Producer, Nat Holt; director, Tim Whelan; original
    screenplay, Jack Natteford, Luci Ward; music, Roy Webb; music
    director, C. Bakaleinikoff; editor, Philip Martin, Jr.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 23Apr46; LP366.


  BADMINTON. Loew's Inc., c1945. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 872
    ft., sd., b&w. (A Pete Smith Specialty)

    Credits: Producer and narrator, Pete Smith; director, Philip
    Anderson; original story and screenplay, Joe Ansen, Parkyakarkus;
    film editor, J. J. Durant, Jr.

    © Loew's Inc.; 25Oct45; LP13622.


  LA BAGARRE. SEE The Wench.


  BAGDAD. Universal International Pictures Co., Inc., c1949. 82 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm.

    Summary: The daughter of a murdered Arab leader avenges her father's
    death at the hands of a band of desert marauders.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Arthur; director, Charles Lamont; story,
    Tamara Hovey; screenplay, Robert Hardy Andrews; music director,
    Milton Schwarzwald; film editor, Russell Schoengarth.

    Cast: Maureen O'Hara, Paul Christian, Vincent Price, John Sutton,
    Jeff Corey.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 28Nov49; LP2696.


  BAGDAD DADDY. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1941. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Will Cowan; director, Larry Ceballos;
    music director, Charles Previn; orchestrations, Milton Rosen; film
    editor, Paul Landres.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 5Feb41; LP10257.


  THE BAGGAGE BUSTER. Walt Disney Productions, c1941. 1 reel. (A Walt
    Disney Goofy)

    © Walt Disney Productions; 1Feb41; LP10500.


  BAH WILDERNESS. Loew's Inc., c1943. 666 ft., sd., color. (A
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Cartoon) A Rudolf Ising production.

    Credits: Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 12Feb43; LP11890.


  BAHAMA PASSAGE. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1941. 9 reels, sd., color.
    Based on the story "Dildo Cay" by Nelson Hayes.

    Credits: Producer and director, Edward H. Griffith; screenplay,
    Virginia Van Upp; music score, David Buttolph; photography, Farciot
    Edouart; editor, Eda Warren. Technicolor.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 5Dec41; LP11043.


  BAHAMA SEA SPORTS. The Vitaphone Corp., c1945. 10 min., sd., color.
    (Sports Parade)

    Credits: Producers, Blumenthal, de La Varre; director, Van Campen
    Heilner; narrator, Knox Manning. Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 27Jul45; MP16063.


  BAHIANA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 23Mar41; MP10962.


  THE BAKER'S WIFE (LA FEMME DU BOULANGER). Distributed by the Baker's
    Wife, Inc., c1939. Presented by Hakim Bros. 9 reels, sd. A Marcel
    Pagnol production. By Jean Giono.

    Credits: Direction, adaptation, and dialogue, Marcel Pagnol;
    adaptation and English titles, John Erskine; original music, Vincent
    Scotto; photography, G. Benoit, R. Ledru, N. Daries.

    © The Baker's Wife, Inc.; 14Feb38; LP9435.


  THE BAKING INDUSTRY. Burton Holmes Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd.,
    16mm. (Your Life Work Series) Vocational Guidance Films, Inc.

    © A. P. Twogood; 15Mar46; MP443.


  BALA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America Inc.; 23Jul45; MP16152.


  BALALAIKA. Loew's Inc., c1939. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 10
    reels, sd., b&w. Based upon the play, book and lyrics by Eric
    Maschwitz, music by George Posford and Bernard Grun.

    Credits: Producer, Lawrence Weingarten; director, Reinhold Schunzel;
    screenplay, Leon Gordon, Charles Bennett, Jacques Deval; music
    adaptation and score, Herbert Stothart; orchestration, Murray
    Cutter, Paul Marquardt, Wally Heglin; film editor, George Boemler.

    © Loew's Inc.; 19Dec39; LP9347.


  BALINESIA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 17Aug42; MP12853.


  BALL-HANDLING IN BASKETBALL. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.,
    c1946. 1 reel.

    Credits: Collaborator, Wilbur Johns.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 31May46; MP663.


  BALL HANDLING IN FOOTBALL. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.,
    c1946. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Collaborator, Andrew Kerr.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 31May46; MP658.


  BALL OF FIRE. Released through RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1941. 111
    min., sd. From an original story by Billy Wilder and Thomas Monroe.

    Credits: Producer, Samuel Goldwyn; director, Howard Hawks;
    screenplay, Charles Brackett, Billy Wilder; music, Alfred Newman;
    photography, Gregg Toland; film editor, Daniel Mandell.

    © Samuel Goldwyn; 1Dec41; LP11063.


  BALL OF FIRE. SEE A Song Is Born.


  BALLERINA. SEE The Men in Her Life.


  BALLET DANCERS' NIGHTMARE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 4Aug41; MP11378.


  THE BALMY SWAMI. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1949. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Popeye the Sailor Cartoon)

    Credits: Director, I. Sparber; story, Carl Meyer, Jack Mercer;
    animation, Tom Johnson, George Rufle; music, Winston Sharples.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 22Jul49; LP2574.


  BAMBI. Distributed by R.K.O. Radio Pictures, Inc., c1942. Presented by
    Walt Disney. 7 reels, sd., color. From the story by Felix Salten.

    Credits: Supervising director, David D. Hand; story adaptation,
    Larry Morey; animation, Fraser Davis, Bill Justice, Don Lusk, and
    others; music, Frank Churchill, Edward Plumb; orchestration, Charles
    Wolcott, Paul J. Smith. Technicolor.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 28Feb42; LP12270.


  THE BAMBOO BLONDE. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1946. 68 min., sd.,
    35mm. Based upon the story "Chicago Lulu" by Wayne Whittaker.

    Credits: Producer, Herman Schlom; director, Anthony Mann;
    screenplay, Olive Cooper, Lawrence Kimble; music director, C.
    Bakaleinikoff; editor, Les Millbrook.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 12Jun46; LP435.


  A BAND IS BORN. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 895 ft., sd. (Famous
    Bands, no. 2)

    Credits: Director, Ted Lloyd; story, George B. Evans; narrator, Alan
    Courtney; cameramen, George Hinners, Edward Hyland; editor, Harry
    Glass.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 23Oct42; MP13428.


  THE BAND PLAYED ON. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 22Sep41; MP11589.


  THE BAND PLAYED ON. SEE Syncopation.


  BANDIT KING OF TEXAS. Republic Productions, Inc., c1949. 60 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: Rocky Lane outwits a gang of murdering racketeers who
    operate on the western frontier.

    Credits: Associate producer, Gordon Kay; director, Fred C. Brannon;
    written by Olive Cooper; music, Stanley Wilson; film editor, Irving
    M. Schoenberg.

    Cast: Allan "Rocky" Lane, Eddy Waller, Helene Stanley, Jim Nolan,
    Harry Lauter.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 17Aug49; LP2508.


  THE BANDIT OF SHERWOOD FOREST. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1946. 9
    reels, sd. Based upon the novel "Son of Robin Hood" by Paul A.
    Castleton.

    Credits: Producers, Leonard S. Picker, Clifford Sanforth; directors,
    George Sherman, Henry Levin; story, Paul A. Castleton, Wilfrid H.
    Pettitt; screenplay, Wilfrid H. Pettitt, Melvin Levy; music score,
    Hugo Friedhofer; music direction, M. W. Stoloff.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 21Feb46; LP119.


  BANDIT RANGER. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1942. 56 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director, Lesley Selander; story,
    Bennett R. Cohen; original screenplay, Bennett R. Cohen, Morton
    Grant; music director, Paul Sawtell; editor, Les Millbrook.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 25Sep42; LP11729.


  THE BANDIT TRAIL. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1941. 60 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director, Edward Killy; story,
    Arthur T. Horman; screenplay, Norton S. Parker; music director, Paul
    Sawtell; editor, Frederic Knudtson.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 6Oct41; LP10744.


  BANDITS AND BALLADS. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1939. 17 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director, Lou Brock; story, Hal
    Yates, Lou Brock; photography, Harry Wild; film editor, Les
    Millbrook.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 29Dec39; LP9359.


  BANDITS OF DARK CANYON. Republic Productions, Inc., c1948. 59 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: Allan "Rocky" Lane, as a Texas ranger, helps to establish
    the innocence of a former gold miner convicted of murder.

    Credits: Associate producer, Gordon Kay; director, Philip Ford;
    original screenplay, Bob Williams; music director, Mort Glickman;
    film editor, Les Orlebeck.

    Cast: Allan "Rocky" Lane, Black Jack, Bob Steele.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 7Jan48; LP1484.


  BANDITS OF EL DORADO. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1949. 6 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Summary; A Western in which an undercover agent poses as a killer in
    order to trap a gang of notorious criminals.

    Credits: Producer, Colbert Clark; director, Ray Nazarro; written by
    Barry Shipman; film editor, Paul Borofsky.

    Cast: Charles Starrett, Smiley Burnette, George L. Lewis, Fred
    Sears, John Dehner.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 30Sep49; LP2541.


  BANDITS OF THE BADLANDS. c1945. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Bennett Cohen; director, Thomas Carr;
    original screenplay, Doris Schroeder; music director, Richard
    Cherwin; photographer, Bud Thackery; film editor, Arthur Roberts.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 17Aug45; LP13495.


  THE BANDMASTER. Walter Lantz Productions, Inc., c1947. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Walter Lantz Cartune)

    Credits: Director, Dick Lundy; story, Ben Hardaway, Webb Smith.

    © Walter Lantz Productions, Inc.; 19Dec47; MP2900.


  BANDS ACROSS THE SEA. The Vitaphone Corp, c1945. 10 min., sd. (Melody
    Masters Bands)

    Credits: Narrator, Truman Bradley; photography, U. S. Armed Forces.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 19Jun45; MP16037.


  THE BANDWAGON. SEE Dancing in the Dark.


  BANJO. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1947. 68 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Produced and written by Lillie Hayward; director, Richard
    O. Fleischer; music, Alexander Laszlo; music director, C.
    Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Les Millbrook.

    Cast: Sharyn Moffett, Jacqueline White, Walter Reed, Una O'Connor,
    "Banjo."

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 23Apr47; LP987.


  BANJO MANIA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 5Oct42; LP13077.


  BANJO MEDLEY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 21Aug44; MP15118.


  THE BANK DICK. c1940. Presented by Universal Studios. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Edward Cline; original screenplay, Mahatma Kane
    Jeeves; music director, Charles Previn; photography, Milton Krasner;
    film editor, Arthur Hilton.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 29Nov40; LP10080.


  BANK OF KNOWLEDGE. Bank of Knowledge Distributing Co., c1948. 2 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary; A trailer which advertises a quiz game for theatre
    audiences.

    © Bank of Knowledge Distributing Co.; 28Apr48; MP3123.


  BANK OF LOVE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 3May43; MP13534.


  BANKS AND CREDIT. Coronet, c1948. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Shows the nature and activities of a commercial bank;
    defines credit, showing how it is created, transferred, and put to
    work by the bank to serve the needs of the community; and
    illustrates how deposits help supply the funds which enable the bank
    to fulfill its function.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, James Harvey Dodd.

    © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 17Jun48;
    MP3708.


  BANNISTER'S BANTERING BABIES. Vitaphone Corp., c1948. 10 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. Warner Bros.

    Summary: Constance Bannister, photographer of children, is shown at
    work.

    Credits: Director, Constance Bannister; written by Charles L.
    Tedford; narrator, Art Gilmore.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 27Nov48; MP3608.


  BANQUET BUSTERS. Walter Lantz Productions, Inc., c1948. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm.

    Credits: Director, Dick Lundy; story, Ben Hardaway, Jack Cosgriff;
    animation, Les Kline, Pat Matthews; music, Darrell Calker.

    © Walter Lantz Productions, Inc.; 12Mar48 MP2800.


  BANQUET OF MELODY. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1946. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer and director, Will Cowan; music director, Milton
    Rosen; orchestrations, Loyd Akridge; film editor, Ray Snyder.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 9Apr46; LP247.


  BAR BABBLE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 23Aug43; MP13852.


  BAR BUCKAROOS. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1940. 16 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lou Brock; director, Lloyd French; story, Lloyd
    French; film editor, John Lockert.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 8Nov40; LP10057.


  BAR 20. Released thru United Artists Corp., c1943. Presented by Harry
    Sherman Productions. 6 reels, sd. Based on characters created by
    Clarence E. Mulford.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Sherman; director, Lesley Selander;
    screenplay, Morton Grant, Norman Houston, Michael Wilson; music
    direction, Irvin Talbot; photography, Russell Harlan; editor, Carrol
    Lewis.

    © United Artists Productions, Inc.; 1Jun43; LP12252.


  BARBARY COAST GENT. Loew's Inc., c1944. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 9 reels, sd., b&w. Based on an original story
    by William R. Lipman and Grant Garrett.

    Credits: Producer, Orville O. Dull; director, Roy Del Ruth;
    screenplay, William R. Lipman, Grant Garrett, Harry Ruskin; music
    score, David Snell; film editor, Adrienne Fazan.

    © Loew's Inc.; 1Aug44; LP181.


  BARBEE-CUES. Loew's Inc., c1942. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 977
    ft., sd., b&w. (A Pete Smith Specialty)

    Credits: Director, Will Jason; original story and screenplay, Joe
    Ansen; film editor, Philip Anderson.

    © Loew's Inc.; 27May42; MP12627.


  THE BARBER OF SEVILLE. c1944. Presented by Universal. 1 reel, sd.,
    color. (A Walt Lantz Cartune)

    Credits: Director, James Culhane; story, Ben Hardaway, Milt
    Schaffer; animation, Verne Harding, Les Kline; music, Darrell
    Calker. Technicolor.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc. & Walter Lantz Productions; 31Mar44;
    MP14708.


  BARBER'S ITCH. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 2Apr43; MP13436.


  BARBERSHOP BALLADS. The Vitaphone Corp., c1945. 20 min., sd.
    (Featurette)

    Credits: Producer, Gordon Hollingshead; director, Jack Scholl.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 1Oct45; LP13503.


  THE BAREFOOT JUDGE. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1944. 1 reel, sd.
    (Person Oddity, no. 129)

    Credits: Producers, Joseph O'Brien, Thomas Mead; narrator, Larry
    Elliott.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 4Feb44; MP14558.


  BARGAIN COUNTER ATTACK. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1946. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, I. Sparber; story, Bill Turner, Otto Messmer.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 11Jan46; LP279.


  BARKING DOGS DON'T FITE. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1949. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Popeye the Sailor Cartoon)

    Credits: Director, I. Sparber; story, Carl Meyer, Jack Mercer;
    animation, Tom Johnson, John Gentiella; music, Winston Sharples.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 28Oct49; LP2606.


  THE BARKLEYS OF BROADWAY. Loew's Inc., c1949. 108 min., sd., color,
    35mm. An MGM picture.

    Summary: A musical comedy about show business and show people,
    featuring a musical comedy star who, unknowingly coached by her
    disguised husband, becomes a successful dramatic actress.

    Credits: Producer, Arthur Freed; director, Charles Walters; original
    screenplay, Betty Comden, Adolph Green; music, Harry Warren; music
    director, Lennie Hayton; film editor, Albert Akst.

    Cast: Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Oscar Levant, Billie Burke, Gale
    Robbins.

    © Loew's Inc.; 15Mar49 (in notice: 1948); LP2204.


  BARN DANCE FROLICS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 8Dec41; MP11915.


  BARNACLE BILL. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    10 reels, sd., b&w. Based on an original story by Jack Jevne.

    Credits: Producer, Milton Bren; director, Richard Thorpe;
    screenplay, Jack Jevne, Hugo Butler; music score, Bronislau Kaper;
    film editor, Frank E. Hull.

    © Loew's Inc.; 3Jul41; LP10574.


  BARNEY BEAR'S VICTORY GARDEN. Loew's Inc., c1943. 700 ft., sd., color.
    (A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Cartoon) A Rudolf Ising production.

    Credits: Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 5Jan43; LP11800.


  BARNEY GOOGLE AND SNUFFY SMITH. SEE Private Snuffy Smith.


  BARNYARD BABIES. Distributed by Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 682
    ft., sd. (Fable, no. 4)

    Credits: Story, Art Davis; animation, Sid Marcus; music, Joe De Nat.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 12Jun40; LP9714.


  BARNYARD BASEBALL. Distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.,
    c1939. Presented by Paul Terry. 1 reel, sd. (Terrytoon)

    Credits: Director, Mannie Davis; story, John Foster; music, Philip
    A. Scheib.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 14Jul39; MP9929.


  BARNYARD BLACKOUT. Terrytoons, Inc., c1943, 1 reel, sd., color. (A
    Terrytoon)

    Credits: Director, Mannie Davis; story, John Foster. Technicolor.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 5Mar43; MP14677.


  BARNYARD BOUNCE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 1Feb41; MP11163.


  BARNYARD FOLLIES. c1940. Presented by Republic Pictures. 8 reels, sd.
    Based on a story idea by Robert T. Shannon.

    Credits: Associate producer, Armand Schaefer; director, Frank
    McDonald; original screenplay, Dorrell and Stuart McGowan; music
    director, Cy Feuer; photographer, Ernest Miller; film editor,
    Charles Craft.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 6Dec40; LP10172.


  BARNYARD WAAC. Distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1942.
    Presented by Paul Terry. 1 reel, sd., color. (Terrytoon)

    Credits: Director, Eddie Donnelly; story, John Foster; music, Philip
    A. Scheib. Technicolor.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 18Dec42; MP13973.


  THE BARON AND THE ROSE. Loew's Inc., c1940. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 985 ft., sd., sepia. (John Nesbitt's Passing
    Parade)

    Credits: Director, Basil Wrangell; original story, John Nesbitt,
    Samuel H. Chain; screenplay, Robert Lopez; music score, Daniele
    Amfitheatrof; film editor, Harry Komer.

    © Loew's Inc.; 11Sep40; LP9996.


  BARRICADE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1939. 6,380 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Gregory Ratoff; story and screenplay, Granville
    Walker; music director, David Buttolph.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 8Dec39; LP9574.


  BASE BRAWL. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1948. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Screen Song)

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 23Jan48; LP1472.


  BASEBALL BUGS. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1946. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Looney Tunes) (Bugs Bunny Special)

    Credits: Director, I. Freleng; story, Michael Maltese; animation,
    Gerry Chiniquy; music director, Carl W. Stalling.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 26Dec46; MP1497.


  BASEBALL FUNDAMENTALS. Coronet, c1942. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Credits: Educational author, Emmet Branch McCracken, in
    collaboration with the Bureau of Audio-Visual Aids, Extension
    Division, Indiana University.

    © Coronet Productions, proprietorship of David A. Smart; 12May42;
    MP2034.


  THE BASHFUL BACHELOR, c1942. Presented by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. 77
    min., sd. From an original story by Chester Lauck and Norris Goff.

    Credits: Producer, Jack William Votion; director, Malcolm St. Clair;
    screenplay, Chandler Sprague; music director, Lud Gluskin; editor,
    Duncan Mansfield.

    © Voco Productions, Inc.; 20Mar42; LP11225.


  BASHFUL BULLFROG. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946.
    1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 8Apr46; MP428.


  THE BASHFUL BUZZARD. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1945. 7 min., sd.,
    color. (Looney Tunes)

    Credits: Director, Robert Clampett; story, Michael Sasanoff;
    animation, Robert McKimson; music director, Carl W. Stalling.
    Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 24Sep45; MP16310.


  BASHFUL ROMEO. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1949. 16 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Comedy Special, no. 2)

    Summary: A traveling salesman becomes involved with a jealous
    husband.

    Credits: Producer, George Bilson; director, Hal Yates; screenplay,
    Earl Baldwin; film editor, Edward W. Williams.

    Cast: Gil Lamb, Betty Underwood, Lee Trent, Leonid Kinskey, Elaine
    Riley.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 25Nov49; LP2672.


  BASIC ENGLISH. Time, Inc., c1945. 4 reels, sd. Text by I. A. Richards
    from "The Pocket Book of Basic English."

    Credits: Director, Len Lye.

    © Time, Inc.; 7Aug45; MP16384.


  BASIC FIBERS IN CLOTH. Coronet, c1948. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Two members of a high school class in home economics learn
    about cloth fibers, and examine microscope slides of different basic
    types. Fibers studied include cotton, wool, linen, silk, and rayon.

    Credits: Collaborator, Florence M. King.

    © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 22Apr48;
    MP3276.


  BASIC HYDRAULICS. c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    Appl. author:el Gustave Wolff.

    © Adel Precision Products Corp.; 30Aug44; MP15440.


  BASIC MOTION PICTURE TECHNIQUE. Celluloid College, c1947. 49 min.,
    si., b&w, 8mm.

    Summary: A film designed for use with a visual education textbook of
    the same title.

    Credits: Directed and written by Roy George Creveling, Emil Edward
    Brodbeck.

    © Celluloid College; 8Dec47; MP2952.


  BASIC PRINCIPLES OF HAIR SHAPING. Beauty Culture Films, Inc., c1948.
    19 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: A film for teaching hairdressers basic methods of shaping
    the hair. As taught by John J. Mueller.

    © Beauty Culture Films, Inc.; 1Aug48; MP3299.


  BASIC TYPING. United States Navy, sd., 16mm. © De Frenes & Co.

    Appl. authors: George W. Chapman, H. Bauernschmidt.

    Methods. © title & descr., 15Nov43; 8 prints, 27Oct43; MU14140.

    Machine Operations. © title & descr., 15Nov43; 8 prints, 27Oct43;
    MU14139.


  BASIN STREET BOOGIE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 20Apr42; MP12457.


  BASKETBALL FOR GIRLS—FUNDAMENTALS. Coronet, c1948. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm.

    Summary: Demonstrates fundamental techniques of ball-handling,
    passing, and shooting, with emphasis on the value of practice in
    order to master these skills.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, Mildred B. Wohlford.

    © David A. Smart; 29Nov48; MP3711.


  BASKETBALL FOR GIRLS—GAME PLAY. Coronet, c1948. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm.

    Summary: Demonstrates individual player techniques in offense and
    defense, emphasizing the importance of mastering skills and
    practicing with the team.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, Mildred B. Wohlford.

    © David A. Smart; 29Nov48; MP3712.


  BASKETBALL HEADLINERS OF 1948. RKO Pathe, Inc., c1948. 18 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: Important intercollegiate basketball contests of the
    1947–48 season, played in New York's Madison Square Garden, are
    reviewed. Closing scenes show the national Olympic championship game
    in which the Bartlesville, Okla., Oilers won over Kentucky.

    Credits: Producer, Jay Bonafield; director, Burton Benjamin;
    narrator, Connie Desmond.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 23Apr48; MP3185.


  BASKETBALL HEADLINERS OF 1949. RKO Pathe, Inc., c1949. 15 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: Scenes of the outstanding basketball games of the 1949
    season.

    Credits: Producer, Jay Bonafield; director, Joseph Walsh; written by
    Burton Benjamin; editor, David Cooper.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 22Apr49; MP4273.


  BATAAN. Loew's Inc., c1943. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 11
    reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, Irving Starr; director, Tay Garnett; original
    screenplay, Robert D. Andrews; music score, Bronislau Kaper; film
    editor, George White.

    © Loew's Inc.; 25May43; LP12096.


  BATH DAY. Walt Disney Productions, c1946. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.

    Credits: Director, Charles Nichols; story, Eric Gurney; animation,
    Marvin Woodward, Murray McClellan, George Nicholas, Brad Case;
    music, Oliver Wallace.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 30Apr46; LP1123.


  BATHING BEAUTY. Loew's Inc., c1944. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    11 reels, sd., color. Based on an original story by Kenneth Earl, M.
    M. Musselman, and Curtis Kenyon.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Cummings; director, George Sidney;
    screenplay, Dorothy Kingsley, Allen Boretz, Frank Waldman;
    adaptation, Joseph Schrank; music director, Johnny Green;
    orchestrations, Ted Duncan, Calvin Jackson, Johnny Thompson; film
    editor, Blanche Sewell. Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 29May44; LP12696.


  BATHING BUDDIES. c1946. Presented by Universal. 1 reel, sd., color,
    35mm. (A Walt Lantz Woody Woodpecker Cartune) A Walter Lantz
    production.

    Credits: Director, Dick Lundy; story, Ben Hardaway, Milt Schaffer;
    animation, Paul Smith, Bernard Garbutt; music, Darrell Calker.
    Technicolor.

    © Walter Lantz Productions & Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 13May46;
    MP913.


  BATHING THE BED PATIENT. Presented by The Bureau of Aeronautics for
    the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. sd.

    Appl. author: James P. Prindle.

    © Chicago Film Laboratory, Inc.; title & descr., 17Jun43; 3 prints,
    7Jun43; MU13680.


  BATHING TIME FOR BABY. Walt Disney Productions, c1946. Presented by
    Johnson & Johnson. 1 reel, sd., color, 16mm.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 19Mar46 (in notice: 1945); MP1636.


  BATMAN. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1943. 2 reels each. Based on the
    "Batman" comic magazine feature. © Columbia Pictures Corp.

    Credits: Director, Lambert Hillyer; screenplay, Victor McLeod,
    Leslie Swabacker, Harry Fraser.

    1. The Electrical Brain. © 16Jul43; LP12638.

    2. The Bat's Cave. © 23Jul43; LP12530.

    3. The Mark of the Zombies. © 30Jul43; LP12531.

    4. Slaves of the Rising Sun. © 6Aug43; LP12538.

    5. The Living Corpse. © 13Aug43; LP12539

    6. Poison Peril. © 20Aug43; LP12540.

    7. The Phoney Doctor. © 27Aug43; LP12552.

    8. Lured by Radium. © 3Sep43; LP12639.

    9. The Sign of the Sphinx. © 10Sep43; LP12553.

    10. Flying Spies. © 17Sep43; LP12561.

    11. A Nipponese Trap. © 24Sep43; LP12562.

    12. Embers of Evil. © 1Oct43; LP12563.

    13. Eight Steps Down, © 8Oct43; LP12568.

    14. The Executioner Strikes. © 15Oct43; LP12569.

    15. The Doom of the Rising Sun. © 22Oct43; LP12570.


  BATMAN AND ROBIN. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1949–50. 2 reels each,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the cartoon strip characters created by Bob
    Kane. © Columbia Pictures Corp.

    Credits: Producer, Sam Katzman; director, Spencer Bennet; written by
    George H. Plympton, Joseph P. Poland, Royal K. Cole.

    1. © 26May49; LP2335.

    2. © 2Jun49; LP2334.

    3. © 10Jan50; LP6.

    4. © 23Jun49; LP2397.

    5. © 23Jun49; LP2398.

    6. © 30Jun49; LP2456.

    7. © 7Jul49; LP2399.

    8. © 14Jul49; LP2400.

    9. © 21Jul49; LP2436.

    10. © 28Jul49; LP2474.

    11. © 4Aug49; LP2475.

    12. © 11Aug49; LP2654.

    13. © 18Aug49; LP2490.

    14. © 25Aug49; LP2543.

    15. © 1Sep49; LP2544.


  BATS IN THE BELFRY. Loew's Inc., c1942. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 639 ft., sd., color. (An MGM Cartoon) A Rudolf
    Ising production.

    Credits: Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 1Jul42; LP11472.


  BATTER UP. Vitaphone Corp., c1949. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sports
    News Review) Warner Bros.

    Summary: Traces the careers of famous baseball players and shows
    some of the sensational plays of past years.

    Credits: Directed and written by Robert Youngson; narrator, Dan
    Donaldson.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 17May49; MP4072.


  BATTING FUNDAMENTALS. Coronet, c1946. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Appl. author: James Smilgoff.

    © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 5Mar46;
    MP2149.


  THE BATTLE. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 974
    ft., sd., b&w. (A Carey Wilson Miniature)

    Credits: Music score, Daniele Amfitheatrof; film editor, Harry
    Komer.

    © Loew's Inc.; 4Jun41; LP10545.


  A BATTLE FOR A BOTTLE. Distributed by Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942.
    601 ft., sd. (Phantasy, no. 17)

    Credits: Frank Tashlin, Abe Geiss, Jack Cosgriff, Ray Patterson,
    Paul Worth.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 29May42; MP12867.


  THE BATTLE FOR THE MARIANAS. Distributed by Warner Bros. Studios for
    U. S. Government Office of War Information, c1944.

    Credits: Producer and director, Gordon Hollingshead; photographed by
    U. S. Marine Corps cameramen; film editor, Rex Steele.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 29Sep44; MP15209.


  BATTLE OF CHAMPS. Vitaphone Corp., c1946. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (The Sports Parade) Warner Bros.

    Credits: Director, Howard Hill; narrator, Knox Manning.

    Cast: Howard Hill.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 29Dec46; MP1733.


  THE BATTLE OF EUROPE. National Film Board of Canada, c1944. Presented
    by United Artists. 2 reels, sd. (The World in Action)

    Credits: Commentary, Stuart Legg.

    © Warwick Pictures, Inc.; 5May44; MP14952.


  BATTLE OF THE ATLANTIC. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. in
    cooperation with the Canadian and British Governments, c1941. 1
    reel, sd. (The World Today)

    Credits: Producer, Truman Talley; continuity, Russ Sheilds;
    narrator, Quentin Reynolds.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 11Apr41; MP11073.


  BATTLEGROUND. Loew's Inc., c1949. 118 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. An MGM
    picture.

    Summary: A war melodrama presenting a character study of
    battle-wearied foot soldiers on the fighting front, depicting their
    grumblings, disappointments, dreams, aspirations, and extraordinary
    courage. Setting, the Battle of the Bulge, at Bastogne, in 1944.

    Credits: Producer, Dore Schary; director, William A. Wellman; story
    and screenplay, Robert Pirosh; music score, Lennie Hayton; film
    editor, John Dunning.

    Cast: Van Johnson, John Hodiak, Ricardo Montalban, George Murphy,
    the "Screaming Eagles" of the 101st Airborne Division.

    © Loew's Inc.; 19Oct49; LP2594.


  BATTY BASEBALL. Loew's Inc., c1944. 594 ft., sd., color. (A
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Cartoon)

    Credits: Director, Tex Avery; animation, Ray Abrams, Preston Blair,
    Ed Love; music, Scott Bradley. Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 13Apr44; MP14919.


  BE IT EVER SO HUMBLE. SEE Hi Beautiful.


  BE ON YOUR GUARD FOR CARD CHEATERS.

    © Louis Gertzweig; title & descr., 27Apr44; 5 prints, 8Feb44;
    MU14770.


  BE PATIENT, PATIENT. c1944. Presented by Columbia. 625 ft., sd.,
    color. (A Fox and Crow)

    Credits: Director, Bob Wickersham; story, Dun Roman; animation, Chic
    Otterstrom, Phil Duncan; music, Eddie Kilfeather. Technicolor.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 30Nov44; LP13259.


  BE YOUR AGE. Jam Handy Organization, Inc. Presented by Metropolitan
    Life Insurance Co. in cooperation with the American Heart Assn. 1
    reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.

    © Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.; title & descr., 13Feb47; 16
    prints, 14Feb47; MU1656.


  BEACH COMMAND. Paramount Pictures, Inc., c1943. 1 reel, sd. (Grantland
    Rice Sportlight)

    Credits: Narrator, Ted Husing.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 9Apr43; MP13458.


  BEACH DAYS. c1946. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm. (The Sports Parade)

    Credits: Director, Andre De La Varre; narration, Saul Elkins;
    narrator, Knox Manning. Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 28Jun46; MP855.


  THE BEACH NUT. c1944. Presented by Universal. 1 reel, sd., color. (A
    Walt Lantz Swing Symphony) (A Walt Lantz Cartune)

    Credits: Producer, Walt Lantz; director, James Culhane; story, Ben
    Harlaway, Milt Schaffer; animation, Dick Lundy, Les Kline; music,
    Darrell Calker. Technicolor.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc. and Walter Lantz Productions;
    31Aug44; MP15239.


  BEACH POLKA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 16Apr45; MP15842.


  BEACHHEAD TO BERLIN. The Vitaphone Corp. in cooperation with the
    United States Coast Guard, c1945, 20 min., sd., color.

    Credits: Narration, Charles Linton Tedford; photographers, the
    United States Coast Guard; film editor, Louis Hesse. Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 18Jan45; LP13050.


  BEANSTALK JACK. Terrytoons, Inc., c1946. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Terrytoon)

    Credits: Director, Eddie Donnelly; story, John Foster; music, Philip
    A. Scheib.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 20Dec46; LP885.


  THE BEAR AND THE BEAN. Loew's Inc., c1948, 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (An MGM Cartoon)

    Credits: Producer, Fred Quimby; directors, Michael Lah, Preston
    Blair; animation, Ray Abrams, Don Patterson, Ed Barge, Gil Turner;
    music, Scott Bradley.

    © Loew's Inc.; 13Jan48; LP1442.


  THE BEAR AND THE BEAVERS. Loew's Inc., c1942. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 782 ft., sd., color. (An MGM Cartoon) A Rudolph
    Ising production.

    Credits: Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 14Apr42; MP12444.


  THE BEAR AND THE HARE. Loew's Inc., c1948. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (An MGM Cartoon)

    Credits: Producer, Fred Quimby; animation, Don Patterson, Ray
    Abrams, Irving Levine, Gil Turner; music, Scott Bradley.

    © Loew's Inc.; 17Jun48 (in notice: 1947); LP1671.


  BEAR FACTS. SEE Variety Views, no. 141.


  BEAR FEAT. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1949. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Merrie Melodies)

    Credits: Director, Charles M. Jones; story, Michael Maltese;
    animation, Ben Washam, Lloyd Vaughan, Ken Harris, Phil Monroe.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 13Dec49 (in notice: 1948); MP4841.


  BEAR MOUNTAIN GAME. SEE Variety Views, no. 134.


  BEAR RAID WARDEN. Loew's Inc., c1944. 614 ft., sd., color. (A
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Cartoon)

    Credits: Animation, Arnold Gillespie, Michael Lah, Ed Barge, Jack
    Carr; music, Scott Bradley. Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 30Aug44; LP165.


  BEARCAT MOUNTAIN GAL. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 2Mar42; MP12278.


  THE BEAR'S TALE. The Vitaphone Corp., c1940. 1 reel, sd. (Merrie
    Melodies)

    Credits: Story, J. B. Hardaway; animation, Rod Scribner.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 13Apr40; MP10106.


  THE BEAST WITH FIVE FINGERS. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1947. 88
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A Warner Bros.-First National picture. From
    the story by William Fryer Harvey.

    Credits: Producer, William Jacobs; director, Robert Florey;
    screenplay, Curt Siodmak; music, Max Steiner; music director, Leo F.
    Forbstein; orchestral arrangements, Hugo Friedhofer; film editor,
    Frank Magee.

    Cast: Robert Alda, Andrea King, Peter Lorre, Victor Francen, J.
    Carrol Naish.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 8Feb47; LP819.


  BEAT ME DADDY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 29Dec43; MP14414.


  BEAT ME DADDY, EIGHT TO THE BAR. Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp, of America, Inc.; 16Mar41; MP10931.


  BEAT ME, DADDY, EIGHT TO THE BAR! Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1940.
    2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Will Cowan; director, Larry Ceballos;
    music director, Charles Previn; orchestrations, Milton Rosen; film
    editor, Paul Landres.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 27Dec40; LP10135.


  BEAT THE BAND. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1947. 67 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the musical stage play by George Abbott, with music
    and lyrics by John Green and George Marion, Jr.

    Credits: Producer, Michael Kraike; director, John H. Auer;
    screenplay, Lawrence Kimble; adaptation, Arthur Ross, Lawrence
    Kimble; music, Leigh Harline; music director, C. Bakaleinikoff; film
    editor, Samuel E. Beetley.

    Cast: Frances Langford, Ralph Edwards, Phillip Terry, Gene Krupa.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 14Feb47; LP921.


  BEAU TIES. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1945. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Seymour Kneitel; story, Carl Meyer, Joe Stultz.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 20Apr45; LP13431.


  LA BEAUTÉ DU DIABLE (THE BEAUTY OF THE DEVIL). Presented by
    Universalia Productions. 10 reels, sd.

    Summary: A retelling of the old legend in which Faust, the aging
    professor, sells his soul to the devil in exchange for youth and
    love.

    Credits: Producer, Salvo d'Angelo; screenplay, René Clair, Armand
    Salacrou.

    Cast: Michel Simon, Gerard Philipe, Nicole Besnard, Simone Valere,
    Carlo Ninchi.

    © Metropolitan Film Export Corp.; title, descr., & 5 prints,
    13Dec49; LU2664.


  BEAUTIFUL BALI. c1940. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 772 ft., sd.,
    color. (James A. FitzPatrick's Traveltalks)

    Credits: Producer and narrator, James A. FitzPatrick; music score,
    Nat Finston, C. Bakaleinikoff; photographer, Bob Carney.
    Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 26Sep40; MP10647.


  BEAUTIFUL BALI. Vitaphone Corp., c1946. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    Warner Bros.

    Credits: Directed and written by Deane Dickason; narrator, Knox
    Manning.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 28Dec46; MP2468.


  THE BEAUTIFUL BLONDE FROM BASHFUL BEND. Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp., c1949. 77 min., sd., color, 35mm. Based on a story by Earl
    Felton.

    Summary: A slapstick musical about a trigger-happy gambling-hall
    queen. Setting, the West in 1885.

    Credits: Produced, directed, and written by Preston Sturges; music,
    Cyril Mockridge; film editor, Robert Fritch.

    Cast: Betty Grable, Cesar Romero, Rudy Vallee, Olga San Juan,
    Sterling Holloway.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 24May49; LP2492.


  BEAUTIFUL BRITISH COLUMBIA. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 953 ft.,
    sd., color. (Columbia Tour, s. 4, no. 6)

    Credits: Producer, Leon C. Shelly; narration, Gayne Whitman; music,
    James Dietrich; photographer, Ray Fernstrom; film editor, Ed Taylor.
    Cinecolor.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 20Dec40; MP10746.


  BEAUTIFUL BUT BROKE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1944. 8 reels, sd.
    Based on a story by Arthur Housman.

    Credits: Producer, Irving Briskin; director, Charles Barton;
    screenplay, Monte Brice; adaptation, Manny Seff; music director, M.
    W. Stoloff; film editor, Richard Fantl.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 24Feb44; LP12776.


  THE BEAUTIFUL CAVERNS OF LURAY, VIRGINIA. c1941. 800 ft., color, 16mm.

    Credits: Kodachrome.

    Appl. author; Robert C. Harnsberger.

    © Luray Caverns Corp.; 15Aug41; MP11469.


  THE BEAUTIFUL CAVERNS OF LURAY, VIRGINIA. Luray Caverns Corp., c1947.
    1 reel, sd., color, 16mm.

    Credits: Director, LeRoy Anderson; script, Kelli Williams; narrator,
    Dan Donaldson.

    © Luray Caverns Corp.; 8Aug47; MP2272.


  THE BEAUTIFUL CHEAT. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1945. 59 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer and director, Charles Barton; original story,
    Manny Seff, Fritz Rotter; screenplay, Ben Markson; film editor, Ray
    Synder.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 27Jul45; LP13404.


  BEAUTIFUL CLOTHES (MAKE BEAUTIFUL GIRLS). Soundies Distributing Corp.
    of America, Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 24Nov41; MP11770.


  BEAUTIFUL MERMAID. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 19Jun44; MP14973.


  BEAUTIFUL OHIO IN ITS MAKING. si., color, 8mm.

    Credits: Kodachrome.

    © Chester Gregg Heffner; title & descr., 28May42; 14 prints,
    20Mar42; MU12521.


  BEAUTIFUL ONTARIO. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 852 ft., sd.
    (Columbia Tour, no. 10)

    Credit: Commentator, John Martin.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 15Jul41; MP12065.


  BEAUTY AND THE BANDIT. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1946. 8 reels, sd.,
    35mm. Based on the character "Cisco Kid" created by O. Henry [pseud.
    of Wm. Sydney Porter]

    Credits: Producer, Scott R. Dunlap; director, William Nigh; original
    story and screenplay, Charles S. Belden; music director, Edward J.
    Kay; photographer, Harry Neuman; film editor, Fred Maguire.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 28Oct46; LP654.


  BEAUTY AND THE BEACH. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd. (A
    Paramount Headliner)

    Credits: Producer and director, Leslie Roush; continuity, Justin
    Herman; photographer, William Steiner.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 26Sep41; MP11611.


  BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (LA BELLE ET LA BÊTE). André Paulve, France,
    c1946. Released in the U.S. by Lopert Films, Inc., 1947. 90 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. In French with English titles. Based on the tale by
    Madame Leprince de Beaumont.

    Summary: A fantasy in which a household drudge is delivered into the
    hands of a monster who falls in love with her and is eventually
    revealed as a handsome prince.

    Credits: Director of production, Emile Darbon; director, story,
    dialogue, Jean Cocteau; music, Georges Auric; editor, Claude Iberia.

    Cast: Jean Marais, Josette Day, Marcel André, Mila Parely, Nane
    Germon.

    © Lopert Films, Inc.; 1Dec46; LP1722.


  BEAUTY AND THE BLADE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1949. 9 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sports Review)

    Summary: A demonstration of the ice-skating skill of the Olympic
    champions, Barbara Ann Scott and Dick Button, in the six types of
    School Figures and Figure Skating.

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; narrator, Ed Thorgersen; music,
    Lucio Agostini; film editor, Arthur Lincer.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 15Mar49 (in notice: 1948);
    MP4350.


  BEAUTY AT THE WINDOW. Jam Handy Organization, Inc. Presented by Kirsch
    Co. 1 min., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: Shows an interior decorator's study in which women shoppers
    are watching a Kirsch SunAire venetian-blind demonstration.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 25May48; 4 prints,
    26May48; MU3037.


  BEAUTY FOR SALE. RKO Pathe, Inc., in collaboration with the editors of
    This Week Magazine, c1946. 17 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (This Is
    America, no. 1)

    Credits: Producer, Frederic Ullman, Jr.; director, Larry O'Reilly;
    written by Phil Reisman, Jr., Jerome Brondfield; narrator, Dwight
    Weist; music, Nathaniel Shilkret; editor, David Cooper.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 15Nov46; MP1741.


  BEAUTY HULA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Dec45; MP113.


  BEAUTY IN FOCUS. Jam Handy Organization, Inc. Presented by Chevrolet
    Motor Division, General Motors Corp. 1 min., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: After posing for her picture, a young girl is taken by her
    escort for a ride in a Chevrolet convertible.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 19Apr48; 9 prints,
    23Apr48; MU3025.


  BEAUTY IN THE ROOM. Jam Handy Organization, Inc. Presented by Kirsch
    Co. 1 min., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: Women shoppers observe a Kirsch SunAire venetian-blind
    demonstration in a decorator's studio.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 25May48; 4 prints,
    26May48; MU3038.


  THE BEAUTY OF IT. Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.; title & descr., 1Nov41; 506
    prints, 3Nov41; MU11707.


  THE BEAUTY OF THE DEVIL. SEE La Beauté du Diable.


  BECAUSE I LOVE YOU. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Dec42; MP13988.


  BECAUSE OF HIM. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1946. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Felix Jackson; director, Richard Wallace;
    original story, Edmund Beloin, Sig Herzig; screenplay, Edmund
    Beloin; music score, Miklos Roza; film editor, Ted J. Kent.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 10Jan46; LP24.


  BEDELIA. John Corfield Productions, Ltd., England, c1947. 85 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on Vera Caspary's novel.

    Credits: Director, Lance Comfort; screenplay, Vera Caspary, Herbert
    Victor, I. Goldsmith.

    © Eagle-Lion Films, Inc.; 15Feb47; LP829.


  BEDLAM. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1946. 79 min., sd., 35mm. Suggested
    by the William Hogarth painting "Bedlam," plate no. 8, "The Rake's
    Progress."

    Credits: Producer, Val Lewton; director, Mark Robson; screenplay,
    Carlos Keith, Mark Robson; music, Roy Webb; music director, C.
    Bakaleinikoff; editor, Lyle Boyer.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 19Apr46; LP367.


  BEDS AND APPLIANCES. Presented by The Bureau of Aeronautics for the
    Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. sd.

    Appl. author: James P. Prindle.

    © Chicago Film Laboratory, Inc.; title & descr., 26Jun43; 2 prints,
    17Jul43; MU13769.


  BEDSIDE MANNER. Released through United Artists, c1945. Presented by
    Andrew Stone. 72 min., sd. From the Saturday Evening Post story by
    Robert Carson.

    Credits: Producer and director, Andrew Stone; screenplay, Frederick
    Jackson, Malcolm Stuart Boylan; music director, Emil Newman; film
    editor, James Smith.

    © Lysander Productions, Inc.; 22Jun45; LP13332.


  BEDTIME FOR SNIFFLES. The Vitaphone Corp., c1940. 1 reel, sd. (Merrie
    Melodies)

    Credits: Story, Rich Hogan; animation, Robert Cannon.

    © The Vitaphone Corp; 9Nov40; MP10616.


  BEDTIME STORY. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, B. P. Schulberg; director, Alexander Hall; story,
    Horace Jackson, Grant Garrett; screenplay, Richard Flournoy; music,
    Werner R. Heymann; music director, M. W. Stoloff; film editor, Viola
    Lawrence.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 25Dec41; LP10998.


  THE BEE-DEVILED BRUIN. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1949. 7 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. (Merrie Melodies)

    Credits: Director, Charles M. Jones; story, Michael Maltese;
    animation, Ken Harris, Phil Monroe, Ben Washam, Lloyd Vaughan.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 17May49 (in notice: 1948); MP4071.


  BEER BARREL POLECATS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1946. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Jules White; story and screenplay, Gilbert W.
    Pratt.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 10Jan46; LP552.


  BEER BARREL POLKA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 7Jul41; MP11299.


  BEES A' BUZZIN'. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1944. 10 min., sd.
    (Vitaphone Variety)

    Credits: Narrator, Lou Marcelle.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 25May44; MP14666.


  BEES AND HONEY. 920 ft., color, 16mm.

    Summary: Shows various stages in the life of a bee, and explains how
    to raise honey successfully.

    © Henry A. Schaefer; title, descr., & 9 prints, 11May49; MU4062.


  BEFORE I HANG. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Wallace MacDonald; director, Nick Grinde; story,
    Karl Brown, Robert D. Andrews; screenplay, Robert D. Andrews; music
    director, M. W. Stoloff; photography, Benjamin Kline; film editor,
    Charles Nelson.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 3Sep40; LP9876.


  BEFORE THE DOCTOR COMES. Presented by The American Red Cross. 4 reels,
    sd. A William J. Ganz production.

    © American Red Cross; title, descr., & 696 prints, 6Feb42; MU12153.


  BEFORE THE FACT. SEE Suspicion.


  BEGGARS ARE COMING TO TOWN. SEE I Walk Alone.


  BEGIN THE BEGUINE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1943. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 9Aug43; MP13833.


  THE BEGINNING OR THE END. Loew's Inc., c1947. 112 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. An MGM picture.

    Credits: Producer, Samuel Marx; director, Norman Taurog; original
    story, Robert Considine; screenplay, Frank Wead; music score,
    Daniele Amfitheatrof; film editor, George Boemler.

    Cast: Brian Donlevy, Robert Walker, Tom Drake.

    © Loew's Inc.; 21Jan47; LP832.


  BEGINNING TUMBLING. c1946. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Revised version.

    Appl. authors: Karl W. Bookwalter, Otto Ryser.

    © Esquire, Inc.; 2May46; MP1542.


  BEHIND CITY LIGHTS. c1945. Presented by Republic Pictures. 7 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Joseph Bercholz; director, John
    English; screenplay, Richard Weil; adaptation, Gertrude Walker;
    music director, Richard Cherwin; photographer, William Bradford;
    film editor, Fred Allen.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 1Aug45; LP13485.


  BEHIND GREEN LIGHTS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1946. 7 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Director, Otto Brower; original screenplay, W. Scott
    Darling, Charles G. Booth; music direction, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 22Jan46; LP156.


  BEHIND LOCKED DOORS. ARC Productions, Inc. Released by Eagle Lion
    Films, Inc., c1948. 61 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A private detective is committed to a mental hospital in
    order to apprehend an ex-judge who is hiding there.

    Credits: Producer, Eugene Ling; director, Oscar Boetticher; original
    story, Malvin Wald; screenplay, Malvin Wald and Eugene Ling; film
    editor, Norman Colbert.

    Cast: Lucille Bremer, Richard Carlson, Douglas Fowley; Ralf Harolde;
    Tom Brown Henry.

    © Pathe Industries, Inc.; 20Oct48; LP1874.


  BEHIND PRISON WALLS. Producers Releasing Corp., c1943. 7 reels, sd.
    Based on an original story by W. A. Ullman, Jr.

    Credits: Producer, Arthur Ripley; director, Steve Sekely;
    screenplay, Van Norcross; music director, David Chudnow; film
    editor, Holbrook N. Todd.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 3Mar43; LP11887.


  BEHIND THE BIG TOP. c1943. 20 min., sd., color.

    Credits: Producers, Blumenthal, Heilner; director, Andre De Lavarre;
    narrator, Art Gilmore. Technicolor.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 7Dec43; LP12387.


  BEHIND THE 8–BALL. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 1Sep41; MP11503.


  BEHIND THE EIGHT BALL. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1942. 6 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Director, Edward F. Cline; original story, Stanley Roberts;
    screenplay, Stanley Roberts, Mel Ronson.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 28Sep42; LP11622.


  BEHIND THE FOOTLIGHTS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1946. 1
    reel, sd., 35mm. (Movietone's Feminine World)

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; director, Vyvyan Donner; narrator,
    Paul Douglas; music score, L. DeFrancesco; photography, William
    Storz; film editor, Russ Sheilds.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 5Apr46; MP573.


  BEHIND THE LENS.

    © Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc., d.b.a. The Jam Handy
    Organization; title, descr., & 660 prints, 20Jul40; MU10360.


  BEHIND THE MASK. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1946. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Joe Kaufman; director, Phil Karlson; original
    story, Arthur Hoerl; screenplay, George Callahan; photographer,
    William A. Sickner; film editor, Ace Herman.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 1Apr46; LP300.


  BEHIND THE MEAT BALL. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1945. 7 min., sd.,
    color. (Looney Tunes)

    Credits: Story, Melvin Millar; music director, Carl W. Stalling.
    Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 17Apr45; MP15895.


  BEHIND THE NEWS. c1940. Presented by Republic Pictures. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Robert North; director, Joseph Santley;
    original story, Dore Schary, Allen Rivkin; screenplay, Isabel Dawn,
    Boyce De Gaw; music director, Cy Feuer; photography, Jack Marta;
    film editor, Ernest Nims.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 20Dec40; LP10173.


  BEHIND THE RISING SUN. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1943, 88 min., sd.
    Based on the book by James R. Young.

    Credits: Director, Edward Dmytryk; original screenplay, Emmet
    Lavery; music, Roy Webb; music director, C. Bakaleinikoff; editor,
    Joseph Noriega.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 3Aug43; LP12251.


  BEHIND THE SCENES AT THE AIRPORT. Teaching Films, Inc., c1947. 1 reel,
    sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Credits: Writer, Hall.

    © Teaching Films, Inc.; 16Apr47; MP2076.


  BEHIND THE SCENES AT THE 29TH NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL GOLF ASSOCIATION
    CHAMPIONSHIP. Florez, Inc., c1948. Presented by the Michigan Section
    of the Professional Golf Association of America, 22 min., sd., b&w
    and color, 16mm.

    Summary: At the Plum Hollow Golf Club, Detroit, crowds gather for
    the 1947 national championship contest. Henry Ransom defeats Bobby
    Locke, the South African champion; such champions as Sammy Snead,
    Jimmy Demaret and Chick Harbert show their skill.

    Credits: Director, Al Bradish; script, John Kleene; narrator, John
    Harrington.

    © P.G.A. Film Committee (Michigan Section); 15Jan49; MP2953.


  BEHIND THE SHOP DRAWING.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 18Jan43; 74 prints,
    16Jan43; MU13198.


  BEHOLD THE MAN. SEE Ecce Homo.


  BEL AMI. sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Appl. author: Tobis Zeigt.

    © Levinson-Finney Enterprises, Inc.; title & descr., 5Dec45; 6
    prints, 2Nov46; LU698.


  BEL AMI. c1947. Presented by Levinson-Finney Enterprises, Inc. 10
    reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. From the novel by Guy de Maupassant.

    Credits: Director, Willi Forst; adapted for the screen by Willi
    Forst and Axel Eggebrecht; music, Theo Mackeben.

    Cast: Olga Tschechova, Ilse Werner, Hilde Hildebrand, Lizzi
    Waldmueller, Willi Forst.

    Appl. author: Tobis Zeigt.

    © Levinson-Finney Enterprises, Inc.; 26Feb47; LP849.


  BEL AMI. Released in Vienna, c1938. 10 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. A Willi
    Forst production. Based on the novel by Guy de Maupassant. In German
    with English titles.

    Credits: Director, Willi Forst; adapted for the screen by Willi
    Forst, Axel Eggebrecht.

    Cast: Olga Tschechowa, Ilse Werner, Hilde Hildebrandt, Lizzi
    Waldmueller, Willi Forst.

    © Casino Film Exchange, Inc.; 15Feb38; LP858.


  BEL AMI. SEE The Private Affairs of Bel Ami.


  BELL BOTTOM TROUSERS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1945. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 19Mar45; MP15730.


  A BELL FOR ADANO. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1945. 9,376 ft.,
    sd. Based on the novel by John Hersey.

    Credits: Director, Henry King; screenplay, Lamar Trotti, Norman
    Reilly Raine; music director, Alfred Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 5Jul45; LP13530.


  BELL HELICOPTER. Bell Aircraft Corp., Motion Picture Division. 17
    min., sd., color, 16mm.

    Credits: Directed and written by Norman Mathews, Julian Townsend;
    cameramen, Julian Townsend, Edward Bollinger. Kodachrome.

    © Bell Aircraft Corp.; title, descr., & 16 prints, 14Nov45; MU16504.


  BELLA DONNA. SEE Temptation.


  BELLBOY DONALD. Walt Disney Productions, c1942. 1 reel, sd. (A Walt
    Disney Donald Duck)

    © Walt Disney Productions; 30Mar42; LP11868.


  LA BELLE ET LA BÊTE. SEE Beauty and the Beast.


  BELLE OF THE YUKON. Released by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1944.
    Presented by International Pictures, Inc. 84 min., sd., color.

    Credits: Director, William A. Seiter; story, Houston Branch; written
    for the screen by James Edward Grant; music direction, Arthur Lang;
    film editor, Ernest Nims. Technicolor.

    © International Pictures Inc.; 9Dec44; LP12985.


  BELLE STARR. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1941. 7,809 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Irving Cummings; story, Niven Busch, Cameron
    Rogers; screenplay, Lamar Trotti; music director, Alfred Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 12Sep41; LP10790.


  BELLE STARR'S DAUGHTER. Alson Productions, Inc. Released through
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1948. 86 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A Western melodrama of the 1880's about a girl who seeks to
    avenge the murder of her mother, the notorious bandit queen, Belle
    Starr.

    Credits: Producer, Edward L. Alperson; director, Lesley Selander;
    original screenplay, W. R. Burnett; music, Edward Kilenyi; film
    editor, Jason Bernie.

    Cast: George Montgomery, Rod Cameron, Ruth Roman, Wallace Ford,
    Charles Kemper.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 3Nov48; LP2198.


  BELLS OF CAPISTRANO, c1942. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Harry Grey; director, William Morgan;
    original screenplay, Lawrence Kimble; photographer, Reggie Lanning;
    film editor, Edward Mann.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 15Sep42; LP11621.


  BELLS OF ROSARITA. c1945. Presented by Republic Pictures. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Eddy White; director, Frank McDonald;
    original screenplay, Jack Townley; music score, Joseph Dubin; music
    director, Morton Scott; photographer, Ernest Miller; film editor,
    Arthur Roberts.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 13May45; LP13321.


  THE BELLS OF ST. MARY'S. Rainbow Productions, Inc., c1945. 126 min.,
    sd.

    Credits: Direction and story, Leo McCarey; screenplay, Dudley
    Nichols; music score, Robert Emmett Dolan; editor, Harry Marker.

    © Rainbow Productions, Inc.; 6Dec45; LP81.


  BELLS OF SAN ANGELO. Republic Productions, Inc., c1947. 71 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm.

    Credits: Associate producer, Edward J. White; director, William
    Witney; original story, Paul Gangelin; screenplay, Sloan Nibley;
    music director, Morton Scott; orchestrations, Mort Glickman; film
    editor, Les Orlebeck.

    Cast: Roy Rogers, Trigger, Dale Evans, Andy Devine, Bob Nolan.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 7May47; LP1000.


  BELLS OF SAN FERNANDO. Hillcrest Productions, Inc., c1947. 74 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Director, Terry Morse; original story and screenplay, Jack
    De Witt, Renault Duncan.

    © Screen Guild Productions, Inc.; 1Mar47; LP893.


  THE BELLS OF SAN RAQUEL. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 16Feb42; MP12213.


  BELLUM PUNICUM SECUNDUM (THE SECOND PUNIC WAR). Bald Eagle Film
    Productions, Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd., 16mm.

    Credits: Alfred E. Porter.

    Appl. author: Joseph Einhorn.

    © Bald Eagle Film Productions, Inc.; 25Feb41; MP12161.


  BELOW THE BORDER. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1942. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Scott R. Dunlap; director, Howard P. Bretherton;
    original screenplay, Jess Bowers; photography, Harry Neumann; film
    editor, Carl Pierson.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 30Jan42; LP11177.


  BELOW THE DEADLINE. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1946. 7 reels, sd.,
    35mm.

    Credits: Producer, Lindsley Parsons; director, William Beaudine;
    original story, Ivan Tors; screenplay, Harvey Gates, Forrest Judd;
    music director, Edward J. Kay; photographer, Harry Neumann; editor,
    Ace Herman.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 22Jul46; LP449.


  BELVEDERE. SEE Mr. Belvedere Goes to College.


  BEN HOGAN. RKO Pathe, Inc., c1946. 8 min., sd., 35mm. (Sportscope, no.
    11)

    Credits: Producer, Jay Bonafield; director, Joseph Walsh; written by
    Burton Benjamin; narrator, Red Barber; music, Robert W. Stringer;
    photographer, Neil Sullivan; editor, David Cooper.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 14Jun46; MP862.


  BEND DOWN SISTER. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 26May41; MP11176.


  BENDING TO A CLEAT. Presented by United States Navy. sd., b&w.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 25Feb44; 8 prints,
    21Feb44; MU14517.


  BENEATH WESTERN SKIES. c1944. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Louis Gray; director, Spencer Bennet;
    original story, Albert DeMond; screenplay, Albert DeMond, Bob
    Williams; music score, Mort Glickman; film editor, Charles Craft.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 7Feb44; LP12522.


  BENJAMIN BLAKE. SEE Son of Fury.


  BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Emerson Film Corp. Released by Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films, Inc., c1949. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Portrays highlights in the life of Benjamin Franklin,
    depicting his early struggles as an apprentice, his later successes
    as publisher and author, his experiments in science, his growing
    ability as a statesman and diplomat, and his experiences as American
    representative to England and France. For junior and senior high
    school and adult groups.

    Credits: Collaborator, Carl Van Doren.

    © Emerson Film Corp.; 27Sep49; MP4734.


  BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, JR. Loew's Inc., c1943. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 996 ft., sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Herbert Glazer; screenplay, Hal Law, Robert
    McGowan; film editor, Leon Bourgeau.

    © Loew's Inc.; 28Jan43; LP11862.


  BERLIN. Eastman Kodak Co., Teaching Films Division, c1939. 1 reel.

    Appl. author: Kenneth R. Edwards.

    © Eastman Kodak Co., Teaching Films Division; 15Jun39; MP9846.


  BERLIN CORRESPONDENT. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1942. 6,380
    ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Eugene Forde; original screenplay, Steve Fisher,
    Jack Andrews; music director, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 11Sep42; LP11673.


  BERLIN EXPRESS. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1948. 86 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: On a Paris-Berlin express, a German on a mission of peace
    is threatened by the Nazi underground. American, French, and British
    citizens and a Soviet officer unite to save his life. Actual scenes
    in Frankfurt and Berlin were filmed by permission of armies of
    occupation.

    Credits: In charge of production, Dore Schary; producer, Bert
    Granet; director, Jacques Tourneur; story, Curt Siodmak; screenplay,
    Harold Medford; music director, C. Bakaleinikoff; music, Frederick
    Hollander; film editor, Sherman Todd.

    Cast: Merle Oberon, Robert Ryan, Charles Korvin, Paul Lukas.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 6May48; LP1651.


  BERLIN POWDERKEG. RKO Pathe, Inc., c1949. 19 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (This Is America, no. 3)

    Summary: A documentary story of the Berlin airlift, the cold war,
    and living conditions in post-war Berlin.

    Credits: Producer, Jay Bonafield; director and photographer, William
    Deeke; written by Richard Hanser; narrator, Dwight Weist; editor,
    David Cooper.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 7Jan49; MP3977.


  BERMUDA. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1948. 8 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Movietone Adventures)

    Summary: The scenery of Bermuda and the sports that are enjoyed
    there. Includes views of the capitol city, Hamilton, and the ancient
    town of St. George.

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; director, Leon Shelly; narrator, Ed.
    Thorgersen; music, L. DeFrancesco; film editor, Valeska Weidig.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 2Nov48; MP3607.


  BERMUDA MYSTERY. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1944. 5,850 ft.,
    sd. From a story by John Larkin.

    Credits: Director, Benjamin Stoloff; screenplay, W. Scott Darling;
    music director, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 4May44; LP12824.


  THE BERTH OF A QUEEN. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 975 ft., sd.
    (Cinescope)

    Credits: Narration, Geoffrey Sumner; photography, Reginald H. Wyer;
    editor, Ronald Haines.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 13Mar40; MP10043.


  BESAME MUCHO. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 8Mar44; MP14577.


  THE BEST DEFENSE. Presented by Chevrolet.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Sales Corp.; title &
    descr., 21Feb42; 165 prints. 24Feb42; MU12194.


  BEST FOOT FORWARD. Loew's Inc., c1943. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 10 reels, sd., color. Based on the book by John
    Cecil Holm; music and lyrics by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane, and
    produced on the stage by George Abbott.

    Credits: Producer, Arthur Freed; director, Edward Buzzell;
    screenplay, Irving Brecher, Fred Finklehoffe; music direction,
    Lennie Hayton; orchestration. Jack Matthias, Leroy Holmes, Conrad
    Salinger, George Bassman, Leo Arnaud; film editor, Blanche Sewell.
    Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 14Jul43; LP12193.


  BEST IN SHOW. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1946. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (The World of Sports, no. 124)

    Credits: Director, Harry Foster; commentator, Bill Stern.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 12Dec46; MP1969.


  THE BEST MAN WINS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1948. 8 reels, sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: A small Missouri town in 1853 is the setting for this
    comedy about a footloose gambler and his estranged family. Greyhound
    racing and frog-jumping contests provide an outlet for the hero's
    talents.

    Credits: Producer, Ted Richmond; director, John Sturgess;
    screenplay, Edward Huebsch.

    Cast: Edgar Buchanan, Anna Lee, Gary Gray, Bob Shayne, Stanley
    Andrews.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 19Apr48; LP1560.


  BEST OF BREED. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1949. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Grantland Rice Sportlight)

    Summary: This film, which shows the champion, Liberation, and other
    collies, emphasizes the high intelligence of the breed.

    Credits: Narrator, Bill Slater.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc; 8Apr49; MP3960.


  THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE FREE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc., c1942, 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 23Feb42; MP12227.


  THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES. Samuel Goldwyn Productions, Inc., c1946.
    172 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. From the novel "Glory for Me" by MacKinlay
    Kantor.

    Credits: Producer, Samuel Goldwyn; director, William Wyler;
    screenplay, Robert E. Sherwood; music, Hugo Friedhofer; music
    director, Emil Newman; film editor, Daniel Mandell.

    Cast: Myrna Loy, Fredric March, Dana Andrews, Teresa Wright,
    Virginia Mayo.

    © Samuel Goldwyn Productions, Inc.; 22Nov46; LP787.


  BESTED BY A BEARD. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1940, 20 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lou Brock; director, Charles E. Roberts; story,
    Arthur S. Kane; screenplay, Charles E. Roberts, George Jeske; film
    editor, John Lockert.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 26Jul40; LP9817.


  BET YOUR LIFE. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1947. 18 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: Leon finds himself in trouble when he bets on the horses.

    Credits: Producer, George Bilson; director, Hal Yates; screenplay,
    Charles E. Roberts; film editor, Edward W. Williams.

    Cast: Leon Errol, Dorothy Granger, Suzi Crandall, Charles Halton,
    Phil Warren.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 31Dec47; LP1494.


  BETRAYAL FROM THE EAST. RKO Radio Pictures. Inc., c1945. 82 min., sd.
    Based on the novel by Alan Hynd.

    Credits: Producer, Herman Schlom; director, William Berke;
    screenplay, Kenneth Gamet, Aubrey Wisberg; adaptation, Aubrey
    Wisberg; music, Roy Webb; music director, C. Bakaleinikoff; editor,
    Duncan Mansfield.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 22Mar45; LP13283.


  BETTER BOWLING. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd. (Grantland
    Rice Sportlight)

    Credits: Narrator, Ted Husing.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 23Jan42; MP12092.


  THE BETTER HALF. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 31Dec42; MP13230.


  BETTER—LONGER. Presented by Sun Oil Co. 2 reels, sd., b&w.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © Sun Oil Co.; title, descr., & 132 prints, 1Jun42; MU12531.


  BETTER NOT ROLL THOSE EYES. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 9Nov42; MP13099.


  BETTER WORK METHODS. Ralph M. Barnes, c1949. 49 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Demonstrates procedures for performing simple tasks
    efficiently.

    © Ralph M. Barnes; 1Mar49 (in notice: 1944); MP3935.


  BETTY CO-ED. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1946. 7 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Producer, Sam Katzman; director, Arthur Dreifuss; original
    screenplay, Arthur Dreifuss, George H. Plympton; music director,
    Paul Mertz; film editor, Henry Batista.

    Cast: Jean Porter, Shirley Mills, William Mason, Rosemary LaPlanche,
    Jan Savitt.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 28Nov46; LP742.


  BETWEEN THE DEVIL AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA. Soundies Distributing Corp.
    of America, Inc., c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 25Sep44; MP15225.


  BETWEEN TWO WOMEN. Loew's Inc., c1944. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 8 reels, sd., b&w. Based upon the characters
    created by Max Brand [pseud. of Frederick Faust]

    Credits: Director, Willis Goldbeck; original screenplay, Harry
    Ruskin; music score, David Snell; film editor, Adrienne Fazan.

    © Loew's Inc.; 19Dec44; LP13053.


  BETWEEN TWO WORLDS. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1944. 112 min., sd.
    A Warner Bros.-First National picture. Based on a play by Sutton
    Vane.

    Credits: Producer, Mark Hellinger; director, Edward A. Blatt;
    screenplay, Daniel Fuchs; music, Erich Wolfgang Korngold; music
    director, Leo F. Forbstein; photographer, Carl Guthrie; film editor,
    Rudi Fehr.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 20May44; LP12650.


  BETWEEN US GIRLS. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1942. 9 reels, sd.
    Based on "Le Fruit Vert" by Regis Gignoux and Jacques Théry.

    Credits: Producer-director, Henry Koster; screenplay, Myles
    Connolly, True Boardman; adaptation, John Jacoby; photography,
    Joseph Valentine; film editor, Frank Gross.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 8Sep42; LP11571.


  BEWARE OF REDHEADS. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1945. 17 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, George Bilson; direction and screenplay, Hal
    Yates; film editor, Edward W. Williams.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 14Sep45; LP13666.


  BEWITCHED, Loew's Inc., c1945. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 7
    reels, sd., b&w. From Arch Oboler's original story "Alter Ego."

    Credits: Producer, Jerry Bresler; direction and adaptation, Arch
    Oboler; music score, Bronislau Kaper; film editor, Harry Komer.

    © Loew's Inc.; 19Jun45; LP13327.


  BEYOND. SEE The Other Love.


  BEYOND CIVILIZATION TO TEXAS. Impossible Pictures, Inc., c1949. 8
    min., sd., color, 35mm. (Jerky Journeys)

    Summary: Senator Claghorn presents a bill in Congress to move the
    United States to Texas.

    Credits: Produced, directed, and written by Leonard Louis Levinson;
    designed by Art Heinemann; painted by Peter Alvarado, Jr.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 19Apr49 (in notice: 1948); LP2319.


  BEYOND GLORY. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1948. 82 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: When a West Point cadet faces charges of cowardice and
    criminality, his vindication hinges on the question of his
    responsibility for a comrade's death in a Tunisia battle. Actual
    scenes of West Point life are included.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Fellows; director, John Farrow; original
    screenplay, Jonathan Latimer, Charles Marquis Warren, William Wister
    Haines; music score, Victor Young.

    Cast: Alan Ladd, Donna Reed, George Macready, George Coulouris,
    Harold Vermilyea.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 3Sep48; LP1786.


  BEYOND THE BLUE HORIZON. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1942. 8 reels, sd.,
    color. Based on a story by E. Lloyd Sheldon and Jack DeWitt.

    Credits: Director, Alfred Santell; screenplay, Frank Butler;
    photographer, William Mellor; film editor, Doane Harrison.
    Technicolor.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 1May42; LP11488.


  BEYOND THE BLUE HORIZON. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 11Dec44; MP15473.


  BEYOND THE FOREST. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1949. 96 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on Stuart Engstrand's novel.

    Summary: A selfish and ruthless woman, bored by her life as the wife
    of a lumbertown doctor, commits adultery and murder in her vain
    attempt to attain wealth and excitement in Chicago.

    Credits: Producer, Henry Blanke; director. King Vidor; screenplay,
    Lenore Coffee; music, Max Steiner; orchestral arrangements, Murray
    Cutter; film editor, Rudi Fehr.

    Cast: Bette Davis, Joseph Cotten, David Brian, Ruth Roman, Minor
    Watson.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 18Nov49; LP2634.


  BEYOND THE LAND. Tomlin Film Productions, Inc. for Consumers
    Cooperative Association, c1949. 32 min., sd., color, 16mm.

    Summary: Outlines the growth and development of the Consumers
    Cooperative Association.

    Credits: Director, Frederick A. Tomlin; story and commentary, Mary
    D. Tomlin; music arranger, Harry Glass; film editor, Karl A.
    Barleben.

    Cast: Harold Barrett, Lilia Barrett, Tommy Barrett, Linda Killion,
    Douglas Tomlin.

    © Tomlin Film Productions, Inc.; 25Mar49; MP4186.


  BEYOND THE LAST FRONTIER. c1943. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Louis Gray; director, Howard
    Bretherton; original screenplay, John K. Butler, Morton Grant; music
    score, Mort Glickman; photography, Bud Thackery; film editor,
    Charles Craft.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 22Aug43; LP12254.


  BEYOND THE LINE OF DUTY. Produced with the cooperation of the War
    Dept., c1942. 22 min., sd. (Broadway Brevities)

    Credits: Director, Lewis Seiler; narrator, Ronald Reagan.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 9Nov42; LP11677.


  BEYOND THE LINE OF DUTY. RKO Pathe, Inc., c1948. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    16mm.

    Summary: Dramatizes the volunteer work done under the supervision of
    the American Red Cross, and points out that the services of trained
    nurses and of nurses' aids are valuable.

    Credits: Written by Dudley Hale; narrated by Dwight Weist.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 29Dec48; MP3684.


  BEYOND THE PECOS. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1944. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate Producer, Oliver Drake; director, Lambert
    Hillyer; original story, Jay Karth; screenplay, Bennett R. Cohen;
    music director, Paul Sawtell; film editor, Ray Snyder.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 20Nov44; LP12972.


  BEYOND THE SACRAMENTO. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Lambert Hillyer; original screenplay, Luci Ward;
    film editor, James Sweeney.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 7Nov40; LP10032.


  BEYOND TOMORROW. c1940. 84 min., sd. An RKO Radio picture.

    Credits: Producer, Lee Garmes; director, A. Edward Sutherland;
    original story, Mildred Cram, Adele Comandini; screenplay, Adele
    Comandini; music, Frank Tours; film editor, Otto Ludwig.

    © Academy Productions, Inc.; 6May40; LP9610.


  B-I-BI. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 17Nov41; MP11774.


  A BICYCLE BUILT FOR TWO. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 11Aug41; MP11442.


  THE BIG BEEF. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1945. 17 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, George Bilson; direction and original screenplay,
    Charles E. Roberts; film editor, Marston Fay.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 19Oct45; LP13664.


  BIG BILL TILDEN. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1941. 10 min., sd.,
    color. (Sports Parade)

    Credits: Written and directed by Del Frazier.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 31May41; MP11184.


  THE BIG BONANZA. c1945. Presented by Republic Pictures. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Eddy White; director, George
    Archainbaud; original story, Robert Presnell, Leonard Praskins;
    screenplay, Dorrell and Stuart McGowan, Paul Gangelin; music
    director, Morton Scott; photographer, Reggie Lanning; film editor,
    Tony Martinelli.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 3Jan45; LP13080.


  THE BIG BOSS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Wallace MacDonald; director, Charles Barton;
    original screenplay, Howard J. Green; film editor, Viola Lawrence.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 28Apr41; LP10642.


  THE BIG BUILD-UP. Distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.,
    c1942. Presented by Paul Terry. 1 reel, sd. (Terrytoon)

    Credits: Director, Mannie Davis; story, John Foster; music, Philip
    A. Scheib.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 4Sep42; MP13969.


  A BIG BUSINESS. Presented by Chevrolet. 1 reel, sd., b&w.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Sales Corp.; title &
    descr., 18Aug41; 66 prints, 23Aug41; MU11495.


  THE BIG CAT. William Moss Pictures, Inc. Released through Eagle-Lion
    Films, Inc., c1949. 76 min., sd., color, 35mm.

    Summary: An action melodrama about the hunting and killing of a
    vicious cougar in the Rocky Mountain country during the depression
    and drought of 1932.

    Credits: Producer, William Moss; director, Phil Karlson; story,
    Morton Grant; screenplay, Morton Grant, Dorothy Yost; music score,
    Paul Sawtell; music director, Irving Friedman; film editor, Harvey
    Manger.

    Cast: Lon McCallister, Peggy Ann Garner, Preston Foster, Forrest
    Tucker, Skip Homeier.

    © Pathe Industries, Inc.; 19May49; LP2316.


  BIG CITY. Loew's Inc., c1948. 103 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. An MGM
    picture. Based on a story by Miklos Laszlo, as adapted by Nanette
    Kutner.

    Summary: A young orphan girl living in New York is unofficially
    adopted by an Irish policeman, a minister, and a Jewish cantor.
    Their agreement that the first to marry will legally adopt the child
    creates both comedy and drama.

    Credits: Producer, Joe Pasternak; director, Norman Taurog;
    screenplay, Whitfield Cook, Anne Morrison Chapin; music director,
    Georgie Stoll; film editor, Gene Ruggiere.

    Cast: Margaret O'Brien, Robert Preston, Danny Thomas, George Murphy,
    Karin Booth.

    © Loew's Inc.; 3Mar48; LP1528.


  THE BIG CLOCK. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1948. 95 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the novel by Kenneth Fearing.

    Summary: A crime melodrama, in which a man finds himself hired to
    solve a murder which he knows his employer committed. A metropolitan
    publishing house provides the setting.

    Credits: Producer, Richard Maibaum; director, John Farrow;
    screenplay, Jonathan Latimer; music score, Victor Young.

    Cast: Ray Milland, Charles Laughton, Maureen O'Sullivan, George
    Macready; Rita Johnson.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 9Apr48 (in notice: 1947); LP1553.


  BIG DAY. Jam Handy Organization, Inc. Presented by Chevrolet Division,
    General Motors Corp. 1 min., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: Four small children, dressed in fairy costumes, are driven
    quickly and safely to a school entertainment by their mother in a
    Chevrolet sedan.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 19Apr48; 6 prints,
    23Apr48; MU3023.


  THE BIG DRIP. Paramount Pictures, Inc., c1949. 8 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Screen Song)

    Credits: Director, I. Sparber; story, Larz Bourne, Larry Riley;
    animation, Myron Waldman, Nick Taufri; music, Winston Sharples.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 25Nov49; LP2655.


  BIG FAT BUTTERFLY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 31Dec44; MP15602.


  BIG FAT MAMA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 21Aug44; MP15116.


  BIG FAT MAMAS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 19Aug46; MP1003.


  THE BIG FIX. PRC Pictures, Inc., c1947. 63 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based
    on an original story by Sonia Chernus and George Ross.

    Credits: Associate producer, Marvin D. Stahl; director, James Flood;
    screenplay, George Bricker, Aubrey Wisberg; adaptation, Joel Malone;
    music, Emil Cadkin; music director, Irving Friedman; film editor,
    Norman Colbert.

    Cast: James Brown, Sheila Ryan, Noreen Nash, Regis Toomey.

    © Pathe Industries, Inc.; 19Apr47; LP960.


  THE BIG FLAME-UP. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1949. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Screen Song)

    Credits: Director, I. Sparber; story, I. Klein; music, Winston
    Sharples; animation, Dave Tendlar, Martin Taras.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 30Sep49; MP4587.


  BIG GAME ANGLING. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1948. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Grantland Rice Sportlight)

    Summary: Fishing for tuna off the Nova Scotia peninsula at the
    International Tuna Tournament, for blue marlin off the Bahamas, and
    for trout, channel bass, and sail fish.

    Credits: Narrator, Ted Husing.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 26Mar48; MP2821.


  THE BIG HARVEST: THE STORY OF AMERICAN AGRICULTURE. Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp., c1947. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. (Our Land
    and People Series)

    Summary: Hard work, scientific research, and modern machinery make
    it possible for the farmers of America to reclaim wasted farm lands
    and increase production.

    Credits: Producers, Edmund Reek, Boris Vermont; script, Robert M.
    Hertzberg; narrator, Hugh James; collaborators, Walter A. Anderson,
    Eric H. Haight, John E. Ivey, Gordon N. McKenzie, Robert Lee Morton,
    Samuel R. Powers, Howard E. Wilson, George L. White, J. Wallace
    Page, Jr., Miller McClintock; editor, John Oser.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 12Nov47; MP2803.


  BIG HEEL-WATHA. Loew's Inc., c1944. 712 ft., sd., color.
    (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Cartoon)

    Credits: Director, Tex Avery; story, Heck Allen; animation, Ray
    Abrams, Preston Blair, Ed Love; music, Scott Bradley. Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 18Oct44; LP12931.


  BIG HOUSE BLUES. Screen Gems, Inc., c1947. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Flippy Cartoon)

    Credits: Director, Howard Swift; story, Roy Jenkins; animation,
    Grant Simmons, Jay Sarbry; music director, Eddie Kilfeather.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 6Mar47; LP965.


  BIG JACK. Loew's Inc., c1949. 85 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. An MGM picture.

    Summary: A comedy-melodrama about the exploits of bank-robbing
    outlaws and a grave-robbing doctor. Setting, the backwoods of
    Maryland in 1802.

    Credits: Producer, Gottfried Reinhardt; director, Richard Thorpe;
    story, Robert Theoren; screenplay, Gene Fowler, Marvin Borowsky,
    Osso Van Eyss; music score, Herbert Stothart; film editor, George
    Boemler.

    Cast: Wallace Beery, Richard Conte, Marjorie Main, Edward Arnold,
    Vanessa Brown.

    © Loew's Inc.; 24Feb49; LP2175.


  BIG LEAGUE GLORY. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1948. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Grantland Rice Sportlight)

    Summary: A panorama of baseball from its beginnings a century ago at
    Cooperstown, N. Y., to modern major league competition. Among the
    immortals of the game shown in action are Carl Hubbell, Walker
    Cooper, Johnny Mize, and Mel Ott, of the Giants. A Giants-Dodgers
    game at the Polo Grounds and a visit to the game's Hall of Fame are
    included.

    Credits: Directors, Russell T. Ervin, Rod Warren; narrator, Ted
    Husing; music arranger, Harry D. Glass.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 11Jun48; MP3094.


  BIG LEAGUE GLORY. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1948. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Grantland Rice Sportlight)

    Summary: A panorama of baseball from its beginnings a century ago at
    Cooperstown, N. Y., to modern major league competition. Among the
    immortals of the game shown in action are Carl Hubbell, Walker
    Cooper, Johnny Mize, and Mel Ott, of the Giants. A Giants-Dodgers
    game at the Polo Grounds and a visit to the game's Hall of Fame are
    included.

    Credits: Directors, Russell T. Ervin, Rod Warren; narrator, Ted
    Husing; music arranger, Harry D. Glass.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 11Jun48; MP3145.


  BIG MAN FROM THE SOUTH. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 3Apr44; MP1485.


  BIG MOUTH BASS. RKO Pathe, Inc., c1948. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Sportscope, no. 9)

    Summary: Al McLane, fishing editor of Field and Stream magazine, and
    his wife go fishing in Sandy Hollow Lake, near New London, Conn.

    Credits: Producer, Jay Bonafield; director, Joseph Walsh; written by
    Burton Benjamin; narrator, Andre Baruch.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 30Apr48; MP3074.


  THE BIG NEW PLUS IN ENGINEERING REPRODUCTION. Eastman Kodak Co. 9
    min., sd., color, 16mm.

    Summary: Demonstrates how Kodak Autopositive paper can be exposed
    and automatically processed in a modern blueprinting machine. For
    technicians in the field of engineering.

    Appl. author: John Mills, Jr.

    © Eastman Kodak Co.; title, descr., & 6 prints, 9Jun48; MU3076.


  THE BIG NOISE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1944. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Mal St. Clair; screenplay, W. Scott Darling;
    music director, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 10Aug44; LP13060.


  THE BIG PARTY. RKO Pathe, Inc., c1947. 17 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (This
    Is America, no. 7)

    Credits: Producer, Frederic Ullman, Jr.; director, Howard Winner;
    writer, Jerome Brondfield; narrator, Dwight Weist; music, Nathaniel
    Shilkret; editor, David Cooper.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 2May47; MP2147.


  THE BIG PREMIERE. Loew's Inc., c1940. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 964 ft., sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Edward Cahn; screenplay, Hal Law, Robert McGowan;
    film editor, Adrienne Fazan.

    © Loew's Inc.; 13Mar40; LP9537.


  THE BIG PUNCH. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1948. 80 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. From a story by George Carleton Brown.

    Summary: A melodrama in which a football star becomes a small-town
    minister and helps a professional boxer clear himself of a murder
    charge.

    Credits: Producer, Saul Elkins; director, Sherry Shourds;
    screenplay, Bernard Girard; music, William Lava; music director, Leo
    F. Forbstein; orchestral arrangements, Charles Maxwell; film editor,
    Frank Magee.

    Cast: Wayne Morris, Louis Maxwell, Gordon MacRae, Mary Stuart,
    Anthony Warde.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 19Jun48; LP1699.


  THE BIG ROCK CANDY MOUNTAINS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 8Jun42; MP12657.


  THE BIG SHOT. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1942. 82 min., sd. A
    Warner Bros.-First National picture.

    Credits: Director, Lewis Seiler; original screenplay, Bertram
    Millhauser, Abem Finkel, Daniel Fuchs; music, Adolph Deutsch; music
    director, Leo F. Forbstein; film editor, Jack Killifer.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 13Jun42; LP11374.


  THE BIG SHOW-OFF. c1945. Presented by Republic Pictures. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sydney M. Williams; director, Howard Bretherton;
    original screenplay, Leslie Vadnay, Richard Weil; music director,
    David Chudnow; photographer, Jack Greenhalgh.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 9Jan45; LP13090.


  BIG SISTER BLUES. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1948. 14 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Musical Parade Featurette)

    Summary: A musical short in which two teen-aged daughters bring
    their estranged parents together.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Grey; director, Alvin Ganzer; original
    screenplay, Jack Roberts; music director, Joseph J. Lilley; editor,
    Eda Warren.

    Cast: John Ridgely, Lee Patrick, Virginia Maxey, Ann Mae Slaughter,
    Kathryn Card.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 1Oct48; LP1834.


  THE BIG SLEEP. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1946. 114 min., sd.,
    35mm. A Warner Bros.-First National picture. From the novel by
    Raymond Chandler.

    Credits: Director, Howard Hawks; screenplay, William Faulkner, Leigh
    Brackett; Jules Furthman; music, Max Steiner; music director, Leo F.
    Forbstein; photographer, Sid Hickox; film editor, Christian Nyby.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 31Aug46; LP534.


  BIG SNOOZE. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1946. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Bugs Bunny Special)

    Credits: Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 19Sep46; MP1148.


  THE BIG SOMBRERO. Gene Autry Productions, c1948. 7 reels, sd., color,
    35mm.

    Summary: Gene Autry, foreman of a Mexican ranch, protects the ranch
    owner and her neighbors from the schemes of a dishonest manager.

    Credits: Producer, Armand Schaefer; director, Frank McDonald;
    original screenplay, Olive Cooper; music director, Mischa
    Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Henry Batista.

    Cast: Gene Autry, Elena Verdugo, Stephen Dunne, George J. Lewis,
    Champion, the horse.

    © Gene Autry Productions; 27Sep48; LP1832.


  THE BIG STEAL. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1949. 71 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the story "The Road to Carmichael's" by Richard
    Wormser.

    Summary: A mystery melodrama in which an army payroll thief is
    pursued to his hiding place in the Sierra Madre mountains. Filmed in
    Mexico.

    Credits: Producer, Jack J. Gross; director, Don Siegel; screenplay,
    Geoffrey Homes, Gerald Drayson Adams; music, Leigh Harline; music
    director, C. Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Samuel E. Beetley.

    Cast: Robert Mitchum, Jane Greer, William Bendix, Patric Knowles,
    Ramon Novarro.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 23Jun49; LP2381.


  THE BIG STORE. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    10 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, Louis K. Sidney; director, Charles Riesner;
    original story, Nat Perrin; screenplay, Sid Kuller, Hal Fimberg, Ray
    Golden; music direction, Georgie Stoll; music adaptation, Earl
    Brent; vocal and orchestrations, Leo Arnaud, George Bassman, Herb
    Taylor, Robert Van Eps; film editor, Conrad A. Nervig.

    © Loew's Inc.; 17Jun41; LP10569.


  THE BIG STREET. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1942. 88 min., sd. From the
    story "Little Pinks" by Damon Runyon.

    Credits: Producer, Damon Runyon; director, Irving Reis; screenplay,
    Leonard Spigelgass; music score, Roy Webb; music director, C.
    Bakaleinikoff; editor, William Hamilton.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 27Jul42; LP11532.


  BIG TIME REVUE. Vitaphone Corp., c1947. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Melody Master Bands) Warner Bros.

    © Vitaphone Corp., 15Oct47; MP2426.


  BIG TOWN. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1947. 60 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on the radio program.

    Credits: Producers, William H. Pine, William C. Thomas; director,
    William C. Thomas; original story, Geoffrey Homes, Maxwell Shane;
    screenplay, Geoffrey Homes; editor, Henry Adams.

    Cast: Philip Reed, Hillary Brooke, Robert Lowery.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 10Feb47; LP1004.


  BIG TOWN. SEE

    Big Town after Dark.

    Big Town Scandal.

    I Cover Big Town.

    So This is New York.


  BIG TOWN AFTER DARK. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1947. 70 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on the radio program "Big Town."

    Credits: Producers, William H. Pine, William C. Thomas; director,
    William C. Thomas; original screenplay, Whitman Chambers; film
    editor, Howard Smith.

    Cast: Philip Reed, Hillary Brooke, Richard Travis, Anne Gillis,
    Vince Barnett.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 12Dec47; LP1351.


  BIG TOWN SCANDAL. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1948. 62 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the radio program "Big Town."

    Summary: In his efforts to save five boys from a life of crime,
    Steve Wilson, Big Town's crime-fighting newspaperman, tangles with
    fur thieves, juvenile delinquents, and basketball racketeers.

    Credits: Producers, William H. Pine, William C. Thomas; director,
    William C. Thomas; original screenplay, Milton Raison; music,
    Darrell Calker; film editor, Howard Smith.

    Cast: Philip Reed, Hillary Brooke, Stanley Clements, Darryl Hickman,
    Carl "Alfalfa" Switzer.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 30Jul48; LP1739.


  THE BIG WASH. Walt Disney Productions, c1947. 1 reel, sd., color,
    35mm. (A Walt Disney Goofy)

    Credits: Director, Clyde Geronimi; story, Bill Berg, Milt Banta;
    animators, John Sibley, Cliff Nordberg, Hugh Fraser, George Rowley;
    music, Oliver Wallace. Technicolor.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 21May47; LP1422.


  THE BIGAMIST (QUATTRO PASSI FRA LE NUVOLE). Produced in Italy, c1943.
    Released in the U. S., 1949. Presented by Pax Enterprise, Inc. 88
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. With English titles.

    Summary: A comedy about a sentimental, henpecked traveling salesman
    who befriends a pregnant girl who is afraid to go home without a
    husband.

    Credits: Director, Allessandro Blasetti; screenplay, Giuseppe Amato;
    English adaptation, Giorgi Curti; music, Allessandro Cicognini;
    cameraman, Waclaw Vick.

    Cast: Gino Cervi, Adriana Benetti, Enrico Viarisio, Carlo Romano,
    Giuditta Rissone.

    Appl. authors: Giuseppe Amato, Geo. Curti.

    © Pax Enterprise, Inc.; 20Jun43; LP2297.


  THE BIGGEST ASPIDASTRA IN THE WORLD. Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 29Jun42; MP12725.


  BIKES AND SKIS. Released by Warner Bros., c1944. 10 min., sd., color.
    (Sports Parade)

    Credits: Producers, A. Pam Blumenthal, Van Campen Heilner; director,
    Andre De La Varre; narrator, Sam Balter. Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 28Dec44; MP15741.


  BIKINI—THE ATOM ISLAND. Loew's Inc., c1946. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 950 ft., sd., b&w. (A Carey Wilson Miniature)

    Credits: Music score, Tax Terr; film editor, George Boemler.

    © Loew's Inc.; 10Jun46; MP675.


  BILATERAL CLEFT-LIP RECONSTRUCTION—SCHULTZ METHOD. 400 ft., color,
    16mm.

    Appl. author: Merrill James Shepro.

    © Shepro Scientific Film Co.; title, descr., & 4 prints, 29Oct43;
    MU14094.


  BILL AND COO. Republic Productions, Inc., c1948. 61 min., sd., color,
    35mm. Based on an idea from Ken Murray's "Blackouts."

    Summary: A drama about two love birds, Bill and his sweetheart, Coo,
    and a villainous crow. The cast includes 273 love birds and a few
    small animals who live in the bird village, Chirpendale.

    Credits: Producer, Ken Murray; director, Dean Riesner; screenplay,
    Royal Foster, Dean Riesner; music, David Buttolph; music director,
    Lionel Newman; film editor, Harold Minter.

    Cast: George Burton's love birds, Curley Twiford's Jimmy the Crow,
    George Burton, Elizabeth Walters.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 17Feb48; LP1500.


  BILL BAILEY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 5Mar45; MP15662.


  A BILL OF DIVORCEMENT. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1940. 74 min., sd.
    From the play by Clemence Dane.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Sisk; director, John Farrow; screenplay,
    Dalton Trumbo; music score, Roy Webb; editor, Harry Marker.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 6May40; LP9612.


  BILLBOARD BILL. Bert Gold, c1948. 6 min., b&w, 16mm. A filmstrip for
    television.

    Summary: A signpainter, facing the camera, prints commercial
    messages on glass for a television broadcast.

    © Bert Gold; 19Mar48; MP3035.


  BILLIE GETS HER MAN. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1948. 17 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A slapstick comedy evolves from a series of
    misunderstandings.

    Credits: Producer, Hugh McCollum; director, Edward Bernds; story and
    screenplay, Edward Bernds; film editor, Henry De Mond.

    Cast: Billie Burke.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 9Sep48; LP1831.


  BILLIONS FOR MILLIONS. Jam Handy Organization, Inc. Presented by
    Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp. 5 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: The new Frigidaire advertising program.

    © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title, descr., & 6 prints,
    23Apr48; MU2912.


  BILLPOSTERS. Walt Disney Productions, c1940. 1 reel. (A Walt Disney
    Donald Duck)

    © Walt Disney Productions; 30Mar40; LP9632.


  BILLY MOUSE'S AKWAKADE. Distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp., c1940. Presented by Paul Terry. 1 reel, sd., color. (A
    Terrytoon)

    Credits: Producer, Paul Terry; director, Eddie Donnelly; story, John
    Foster; music, Philip A. Scheib. Technicolor.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 9Aug40; MP10422.


  BILLY ROSE'S DIAMOND HORSESHOE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.,
    c1945. 9,511 ft., sd. Suggested by a play produced by Charles L.
    Wagner and written by John Kenyon Nicholson.

    Credits: Directed and written for the screen by George Seaton; music
    direction, Alfred Newman, Charles Henderson; orchestral
    arrangements, Herbert Spender.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 2May45; LP13384.


  BILLY THE KID. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    10 reels, sd., color. Suggested by the book "The Saga of Billy the
    Kid" by Walter Noble Burns.

    Credits: Producer, Irving Ascher; director, David Miller; story,
    Howard Emmett Rogers, Bradbury Foote; screenplay, Gene Fowler; music
    score, David Snell; film editor, Robert J. Kern. Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 28May41; LP10528.


  BILLY THE KID IN SANTA FE. Producers Releasing Corp., c1941. 6 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sigmund Neufeld; director, Sherman Scott;
    original screenplay, Joseph O'Donnell; music, Johnny Lange, Lew
    Porter; film editor, Holbrook N. Todd.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 3Jul41; LP10580.


  BILLY THE KID IN TEXAS. Producers Releasing Corp., c1940. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sigmund Neufeld; director, Peter Stewart;
    original screenplay, Joseph O'Donnell; music director, Lew Porter;
    film editor, Holbrook N. Todd.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 30Sep40; LP9940.


  BILLY THE KID OUTLAWED. Producers Releasing Corp., c1940. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sigmund Neufeld; director, Peter Stewart;
    original screenplay, Oliver Drake; music director, Lou Porter; film
    editor, Holbrook N. Todd.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 12Jul40; LP9804.


  BILLY THE KID TRAPPED. Producers Releasing Corp., c1942. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sigmund Neufeld; director, Sherman Scott;
    original screenplay, Joseph O'Donnell; music, Johnny Lange, Lew
    Porter; film editor, Holbrook N. Todd.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 30Jan42; LP11053.


  BILLY THE KID WANTED. Producers Releasing Corp., c1941. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sigmund Neufeld; director, Sherman Scott;
    original screenplay, Fred Myton; music, Johnny Lange, Lew Porter;
    film editor, Holbrook N. Todd.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 4Oct41; LP10758.


  BILLY THE KID'S FIGHTING PALS. Producers Releasing Corp., c1941. 6
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sigmund Neufeld; director, Sherman Scott; story,
    George Plympton; music director, Dave Chudnow; film editor, Holbrook
    N. Todd.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 9Apr41; LP10391.


  BILLY THE KID'S GUN JUSTICE. Producers Releasing Corp., c1940. 6
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sigmund Neufeld; director, Peter Stewart;
    original screenplay, Tom Gibson; music director, Lew Porter; film
    editor, Holbrook N. Todd.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 25Dec40; LP10151.


  BILLY THE KID'S RANGE WAR. Producers Releasing Corp., c1941. 6 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sigmund Neufeld; director, Peter Stewart;
    original screenplay, William Lively; music director, Lew Porter;
    film editor, Holbrook N. Todd.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 16Jan41; LP10171.


  BILLY THE KID'S ROUND-UP. Producers Releasing Corp., c1941. 6 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sigmund Neufeld; director, Sherman Scott;
    original screenplay, Fred Myton; music, Johnny Lange, Lew Porter;
    film editor, Holbrook N. Todd.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 14Nov41; LP10823.


  BILLY THE KID'S SMOKING GUNS. Producers Releasing Corp., c1942. 6
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sigmund Neufeld; director, Sherman Scott;
    original screenplay, George Milton; music, Johnny Lange, Lew Porter;
    film editor, Holbrook N. Todd.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 21May42; LP11321.


  BIM, BAM, BUM. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 18Dec44; MP15493.


  BIRCH BAILEY, CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER. Tele-Comic Productions. sd., b&w,
    35mm. A filmstrip for television.

    Summary: Birch Bailey, cartoon character, goes to the island of
    Matasuki, a Chinese supply base, in order to construct storehouses.

    Credits: Produced and written by Ronald E. Buchanan, Robert A.
    Jones.

    © Robert Emerson Buchanan, Robert Abbit Jones; title & descr.,
    10May48; 1c, 22May48; MU3040.


  THE BIRD CAME C.O.D. c1942. 1 reel, sd. (Merrie Melodies, no. 351)
    Leon Schlesinger Productions.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; story, E. S. Pierce; animation,
    Ken Harris; music director, Carl W. Stalling.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 17Jan42; MP12038.


  A BIRD IN A GILDED CAGE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 29May44; MP14878.


  A BIRD IN THE HEAD. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1946. 2 reels.

    Credits: Directed and written by Edward Bernds.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 28Feb46; LP210.


  THE BIRD TOWER. Distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.,
    c1941. Presented by Paul Terry. 1 reel, sd., color. (A Terrytoon)

    Credits: Producer, Paul Terry; director, Mannie Davis; story, John
    Foster; music, Philip A. Scheib. Technicolor.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 28Nov41; MP11841.


  BIRDIE AND THE BEAST. Released by Warner Bros., c1944. 7 min., sd.,
    color. (Merrie Melodies)

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; director, Robert Clampett;
    animation, Tom McKimson. Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 21Aug44; MP15130.


  THE BIRDS AND THE BEASTS WERE THERE. Released by Warner Bros., c1945.
    10 min., sd., color. (Sports Parade)

    Credits: Producers, Blumenthal, Heilner; director, Andre de LaVarre;
    narrator, Knox Manning. Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 4Jan45; MP15527.


  BIRDS IN WINTER. Coronet, c1946. 11 min., sd., color, 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborator, Philip A. DuMont.

    © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 5Dec46;
    MP2573.


  BIRDS MAKE SPORT. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd., 35mm.
    (Grantland Rice Sportlight)

    Credits: Narrator, John Kieran.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 21Jun46; MP711.


  BIRDS OF PREY. SEE Aves de Rapiña.


  BIRDS ON THE WING. Columbia Pictures Corp. in cooperation with the New
    York Zoological Society, c1943. 875 ft., sd. (A Columbia Panoramic)

    Credits: Director, Irving Jacoby; commentator, Raymond Morgan;
    editor, John Ferno.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 24Aug43; MP13877.


  BIRTH OF A NOTION. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1947. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Looney Tunes)

    Credits: Director, Robert McKimson; story, Warren Foster.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 4Apr47; MP1960.


  THE BIRTH OF A STAR. Astor Pictures Corp., c1944. 4 reels, sd. Adapted
    from "Dime a Dance," "Cupid Takes a Holiday," and "Getting an
    Eyeful," by Art Jarrett, Marcy Klauber, and Billy K. Wells.

    Credits: Director, Bud Pollard.

    © Astor Pictures Corp.; 23Nov44; LP13006.


  BIRTH OF AN OIL FIELD. George Pal, in collaboration with the
    Production Department of Shell Oil Company, Inc., c1949. 1 reel,
    sd., color, 16mm. (This Is Oil)

    Summary: This film, part of a series on the petroleum industry,
    explains and demonstrates methods, procedures, and equipment used in
    the drilling of oil wells.

    Credits: Producer, George Pal; director, Duke Goldstone; story,
    Norman Vizents; music director, Clarence Wheeler; animation, Miles
    Pike.

    Cast: Victor Jory, Knox Manning, Gayne Whitman, William Forrest,
    Smiley Burnette.

    © Shell Oil Company, Inc.; 3Feb49; MP3888.


  BIRTH OF THE AEROPROP. Presented by Aero Products Division, General
    Motors Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization, Inc.

    © General Motors, Aero Products Div.; title, descr., & 8 prints,
    4Mar44; MU14567.


  BIRTH OF THE BLUES. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1941. 10 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, B. G. De Sylva; director, Victor Schertzinger;
    story, Harry Tugend; screenplay, Harry Tugend, Walter De Leon;
    photographer, William Mellor; film editor, Paul Weatherwax.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 7Nov41; LP10985.


  BIRTH OF THE SOIL. The Conservation Foundation in association with the
    New York Zoological Society. Released by Encyclopaedia Britannica
    Films, c1948. 11 min., sd., color, 16mm. (The Living Earth Series,
    pt. 1)

    Summary: An explanation of how nature produces topsoil from the
    basic raw materials of rock, water, air, and sunlight. The film
    emphasizes the necessity for an organized conservation program to
    save our natural resources. Includes animated drawings. For high
    school students and adult groups.

    Credits: Director, George E. Brewer, Jr.; story, John H. Storer.

    © New York Zoological Society; 6Jul48; MP3452.


  BIRTHDAY. SEE Heaven Can Wait.


  BIRTHDAY BLUES. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1944. 17 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, George Bilson; direction and screenplay, Hal
    Yates; film editor, Lyle Boyer.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 31Dec44; LP13164.


  THE BIRTHDAY OF THE INFANTA. Marshall Grant-Realm Television
    Productions, c1949. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on the story by
    Oscar Wilde.

    Summary: A dwarf, captured from his forest home to become the
    companion of the beautiful young Infanta of Spain, dies of a broken
    heart when he sees a mirrored reflection of his own hideousness.

    Credits: Producers, Stanley Rubin, Louis Lantz; director, Sobey
    Martin; screenplay, Oscar Saul; editor, Edward Mann.

    © Realm Television Productions, Inc.; 27Jun49; LP2421.


  BIRTHPLACE OF ICEBERGS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1939. 1
    reel, sd. (Father Hubbard's Adventures)

    Credits: Producer, Truman Talley; narrators, Father Hubbard, Lowell
    Thomas.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 4Aug39; MP10051.


  THE BISCUIT EATER. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1940. 8 reels, sd. Based
    on a story by James Street.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Moss; director, Stuart Heisler; screenplay,
    Stuart Anthony, Lillie Hayward; photography, Leo Tover; film editor,
    Edward Douglas.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 24May40; LP9663.


  THE BISHOP'S EXPERIMENT. Marshall Grant-Realm Television Productions,
    c1949, 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on an incident in the novel
    "Les Misérables" by Victor Hugo.

    Summary: An ex-convict, embittered by poverty, inhumanity, and
    brutality, is reclaimed through a stubborn bishop's trust in him.
    Setting, a French village in 1860.

    Credits: Producer, Stanley Rubin; director, Charles Haas;
    screenplay, Bess Taffel; editor, Jodie Copelan.

    © Realm Television Productions, Inc,; 27Jun49; LP2418.


  THE BISHOP'S WIFE. Samuel Goldwyn Productions, Inc., c1947. 109 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. From the novel by Robert Nathan.

    Summary: An angel, coming to earth in the guise of a man, restores
    happiness to an overworked young bishop and his neglected family.

    Credits: Producer, Samuel Goldwyn; director, Henry Koster;
    screenplay, Robert E. Sherwood, Leonardo Bercovici; music, Hugo
    Friedhofer; music director, Emil Newman; film editor, Monica
    Collingwood.

    Cast: Cary Grant, Loretta Young, David Niven, Monty Woolley, James
    Gleason.

    © Samuel Goldwyn Productions, Inc.; 10Dec47; LP1394.


  A BIT OF BLARNEY. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd.,
    35mm. (Sing and Be Happy Series, no. 3)

    Credits: Director, Harold James Moore.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 23Aug46; MP1026.


  BITTER SWEET. Loew's Inc., c1940. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 10
    reels, sd., color.

    Credits: Producer, Victor Saville; director, W. S. Van Dyke II;
    original play, music, & lyrics, Noel Coward; screenplay, Lesser
    Samuels; music director, Herbert Stothart; film editor, Harold F.
    Kress. Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 14Nov40; LP10114.


  BLACK ALIBI. SEE The Leopard Man.


  THE BLACK ANGEL. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1946. 80 min., sd.,
    35mm. Based on the novel by Cornell Woolrich.

    Credits: Producers, Tom McKnight, Roy William Neill; director, Roy
    William Neill; screenplay, Roy Chanslor; music score, Frank Skinner;
    film editor, Saul A. Goodkind.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc,; 14Aug46; LP499.


  BLACK ARROW. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1944–45. 2 reels each (no. 1, 3
    reels), sd. © Columbia Pictures Corp.

    Credits: Director, Lew Landers; original screenplay, Sherman Lowe,
    Jack Stanley, Leighton Brill, Royal K. Cole.

    1. The City of Gold. © 20Oct44; LP13281.

    2. Signal of Fear. © 27Oct44; LP13290.

    3. The Seal of Doom. © 3Nov44; LP13308.

    4. Terror of the Badlands. © 10Nov44; LP13315.

    5. The Secret of the Vault. © 17Nov44; LP13326.

    6. Appointment with Death. © 24Nov44; LP13350.

    7. The Chamber of Horror. © 1Dec44; LP13359.

    8. The Vanishing Dagger. © 8Dec44; LP13372.

    9. Escape from Death. © 15Dec44; LP13387.

    10. The Gold Cache. © 22Dec44; LP13407.

    11. The Curse of the Killer. © 29Dec44; LP13420.

    12. Test by Torture. © 5Jan45; LP13433.

    13. The Sign of Evil. © 12Jan45; LP13441.

    14. An Indian's Revenge. © 19Jan45; LP13443.

    15. The Black Arrow Triumphs. © 26Jan45; LP13452.


  THE BLACK ARROW. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1948. 7 reels, sd., b&w,
    35mm. An Edward Small production. Based on the novel by Robert Louis
    Stevenson.

    Summary: A romantic drama in which a young knight returns to his
    castle and avenges the murder of his father. Setting, 15th century
    England at the close of the War of the Roses.

    Credits: Producer, Grant Whytock; director, Gordon Douglas;
    screenplay, Richard Schayer, David P. Sheppard, Thomas Seller; film
    editor, Jerome Thoms.

    Cast: Louis Hayward, Janet Blair, George Macready, Edgar Buchanan,
    Rhys Williams.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 20May48; LP1612.


  BLACK BART. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1948. 80 min., sd., color,
    35mm.

    Summary: A Western melodrama in which a bandit attempts to ruin the
    Wells Fargo Company by a series of stagecoach robberies. Lola Montez
    provides the love interest, and Sacramento in the '70's, the
    setting.

    Credits: Producer, Leonard Goldstein; director, George Sherman;
    original story, Luci Ward, Jack Natteford; screenplay, Luci Ward,
    Jack Natteford, William Bowers; music, Frank Skinner; film editor,
    Russell Schoengarth.

    Cast: Yvonne De Carlo, Dan Duryea, Jeffrey Lynn, Percy Kilbride,
    Lloyd Gough.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 24Mar48; LP1572.


  BLACK BEAR TWINS. Erpi Classroom Films, Inc., c1939. 1 reel, sd.

    Appl. author: Ernest Horn.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc,; 4Oct39; MP9829.


  BLACK BEAUTY. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1946. 6,874 ft., sd.,
    35mm. Original story by Anna Sewall.

    Credits: Director, Max Nosseck; screenplay, Lillie Hayward, Agnes
    Christine Johnson; music director, Dimitri Tiomkin.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 3Aug46; LP609.


  THE BLACK CAT. c1941. Presented by Universal Studios. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Burt Kelly; director, Albert S. Rogell; original
    screenplay, Robert Lees, Fred Rinaldo, Eric Taylor, Robert Neville;
    music director, Charles Previn; photography, Stanley Cortez; film
    editor, Ted Kent.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 30Apr41; LP10437.


  BLACK DIAMONDS. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1940. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Christy Cabanne; original story, Sam Robins;
    screenplay, Clarence Upson Young, Sam Robins.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 9Jul40; LP9757.


  BLACK DRAGONS. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1942. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sam Katzman; director, William Nigh; original
    story and screenplay, Harvey H. Gates; photography, Art Reed; film
    editor, Carl Pierson.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 6Mar42; LP11343.


  BLACK DUCKS AND BROADBILLS. RKO Pathe, Inc. Distributed by RKO Radio
    Pictures, Inc., c1946. 8 min., sd., 35mm. (Sportscope, no. 8)

    Credits: Producer, Jay Bonafield; director, William Deeke; written
    by Jerry Brondfield; narrator, Andre Baruch; music, Robert W.
    Stringer; editor, David Cooper.

    Appl. author: Pathe News, Inc.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 22Mar46; MP673.


  BLACK EAGLE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1948. 8 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on the story, "The Passing of Black Eagle," by O. Henry
    [pseud. of William Sydney Porter]

    Summary: A young hobo becomes involved in a quarrel between a girl
    rancher and a group of swindlers who have made trouble for her in a
    horse trade. When one of the horses, Black Eagle, kills a ringleader
    of the gang, and another outlaw dies under the hoofs of stampeding
    horses, the hobo is free to return to the open road.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Cohn; director, Robert Gordon; screenplay,
    Edward Huebsch, Hal Smith; adaptation, Edward Huebsch; music
    director, Mischa Bakaleinikoff; film editor, James Sweeney.

    Cast: William Bishop, Virginia Patton, Gordon Jones, James Bell,
    Trevor Bardette.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 30Aug48; LP1782.


  BLACK EYES AND BLUES. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Jules White; story, Felix Adler; screenplay,
    Clyde Bruckman.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 18Apr41; LP10539.


  BLACK FRIDAY. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1940. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Arthur Lubin; original screenplay, Kurt Siodmak,
    Eric Taylor.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 13Mar40; LP9479.


  BLACK GOLD. Allied Artists Productions, Inc., c1947. 90 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm.

    Credits: Producer, Jeffrey Bernerd; director, Phil Karlson; original
    story, Caryl Coleman; screenplay, Agnes Christine Johnston; Indian
    history and ethnology, Nipo Strongheart; film editor, Roy
    Livingston.

    Cast: Anthony Quinn, Katherine DeMille, Elyse Knox.

    © Allied Artists Productions, Inc.; 6Sep47; LP1189.


  BLACK GOLD AND CACTUS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1944. 1
    reel, sd., color. (Lowell Thomas' Movietone Adventures)

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; music score, L. de Francesco;
    photographer, Jack Kuhne; film editor, Russ Sheilds. Technicolor.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 10Nov44; MP15463.


  BLACK HILLS. Eagle Lion Films, Inc., c1947. 59 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Producer, Jerry Thomas; director, Ray Taylor; original
    screenplay, Joseph Poland; incidental music, Walter Greene; film
    editor, Hugh Winn.

    Cast: Eddie Dean, White Cloud, Roscoe Ates, Shirley Patterson.

    © Pathe Industries, Inc.; 25Oct47; LP1276.


  THE BLACK HILLS EXPRESS. c1943. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Eddy White; director, John English;
    original story, Fred Myton; screenplay, Norman Hall, Fred Myton;
    photographer, Ernest Miller; film editor, Harry Keller.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 7Jun43; LP12129.


  BLACK LIMELIGHT. Released by Alliance Films Corp., c1938. 6 reels.
    From the play by Gordon Sherry.

    Credits: Director, Paul L. Stein; screenplay, Dudley Leslie, Walter
    Summers; photography, Claude Friese-Greene; film editor, Lionel
    Tomlinson.

    Appl. author: Associated British Picture Corp., Ltd.

    © Alliance Films Corp.; 17Jun38; LP9410.


  BLACK MAGIC. Edward Small Productions, Inc., Released through United
    Artists Corp., c1949. 105 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel
    "Mémoires d'un Médecin" by Alexandre Dumas.

    Summary: The hypnotist, Cagliostro, pursues a flamboyant course in
    18th-century France. Filmed in Italy.

    Credits: Producer and director, Gregory Ratoff; screenplay, Charles
    Bennett; music score, Paul Sawtell; film editors, James McKay, Fred
    Feitshans.

    Cast: Orson Welles, Nancy Guild, Akim Tamiroff, Frank Latimore,
    Valentina Cortese.

    © Edward Small Productions, Inc.; 19Aug49; LP2506.


  BLACK MAGIC. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1944. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producers, Philip N. Krasne, James S. Burkett; director,
    Phil Rosen; original screenplay, George Callahan; photographer,
    Arthur Martinelli; film editor, John Link.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 15Jul44; LP12737.


  BLACK MARKET BABIES. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1945. 7 reels, sd.
    Suggested by the article by Virginia Reid.

    Credits: Producer, Jeffrey Bernerd; director, William Beaudine;
    original story, George Morris; screenplay, George Wallace Sayre;
    photographer, Harry Neumann; film editor, William Austin.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 6Dec45; LP5.


  BLACK MARKET RUSTLERS. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1943. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, George W. Weeks; director, S. Roy Luby; original
    screenplay, Patricia Harper; music director, Frank Sanucci; film
    editor, Roy Claire.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 2Jul43; LP12160.


  BLACK MIDNIGHT. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1949. 66 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: A Western about a young rancher and a wild stallion.

    Credits: Producer, Lindsley Parsons; director, Oscar Boetticher;
    story, Clint Johnston; screenplay, Erna Lazarus, Scott Darling;
    music editor, Edward Kay; film editor, Ace Herman.

    Cast: Roddy McDowall, Damian O'Flynn, Lynn Thomas, Kirby Grant,
    Gordon Jones.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 25Sep49; LP2629.


  BLACK NARCISSUS. The Archers Film Productions, London. Released in the
    U. S. by Universal-International, c1948. Presented by J. Arthur
    Rank. 99 min., sd., color, 35mm. Based on the novel by Rumer Godden.

    Summary: A drama about five Anglican nuns who organize a convent
    school in an abandoned palace in the Himalayan mountains. They
    experience loneliness and ultimate failure in attempting to cope
    with ignorance, delinquency, cynicism, and human passions.

    Credits: Produced, directed and written by Michael Powell, Emeric
    Pressburger; editor, Reginald Mills; music, Brian Easdale.

    Cast: Deborah Kerr, Sabu, David Farrar, Flora Robson, Esmond Knight.

    Appl. author: Universal Pictures Co., Inc.

    © Independent Producers Ltd.; 3Jun48; LP1925.


  THE BLACK PARACHUTE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1944. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Fier; director, Lew Landers; story, Paul
    Gangelin; screenplay, Clarence Upson Young; film editor, Otto Meyer.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 22Apr44; LP12613.


  THE BLACK PATH OF FEAR. SEE The Chase.


  THE BLACK RAVEN. Producers Releasing Corp., c1943. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sigmund Neufeld; director, Sam Newfield; original
    screenplay, Fred Myton; film editor, Holbrook N. Todd.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 19Apr43; LP11993.


  THE BLACK RIDER. Junior Western Productions. 22 min., sd., color,
    16mm.

    Credits: Producers, Abraham Gladstone, Charles Moore; director,
    Kenneth Allen.

    Cast: Shirley Cowan, Jerry Moore.

    © Charles Moore and Abe Gladstone; title, descr., & 28 prints,
    1Oct47; LU1223.


  THE BLACK SWAN. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1942. 7,859 ft.,
    sd. From the novel by Rafael Sabatini.

    Credits: Director, Henry King; screenplay, Ben Hecht, Seton I.
    Miller; adaptation, Seton I. Miller; music director, Alfred Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 4Dec42; LP11987.


  THE BLACK WIDOW. Republic Productions, Inc., c1947. 2 reels each, sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Republic Pictures Corp.; no. 1–5, 28Jul47; LP1164; no.
    6–13, 2Sep47; LP1217.

    Credits: Associate producer, Mike Frankovich; directors, Spencer
    Bennet, Fred C. Brannon; original screenplay, Franklin Adreon, Basil
    Dickey, Jesse Duffy, Sol Shor; music director, Mort Glickman; film
    editors, Cliff Bell, Sam Starr.

    Cast: Bruce Edwards, Virginia Lindley.

    1. Deadly Prophecy.

    2. The Stolen Formula.

    3. Hidden Death.

    4. Peril in the Sky.

    5. The Spider's Lair.

    6. The Glass Guillotine.

    7. Wheels of Death.

    8. False Information.

    9. The Spider's Venom.

    10. The Stolen Corpse.

    11. Death Dials a Number.

    12. The Talking Mirror.

    13. A Life for a Life.


  BLACKBIRD FANTASY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 31Aug42; MP12882.


  THE BLACKBOARD. Gateway Productions, Inc., c1949. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. (The Pirro Series, no. 9)

    Summary: Pat teaches his puppet, Pirro, how to draw pictures on the
    blackboard.

    Credits: Directed and written by Alvin J. Gordon.

    © Gateway Productions, Inc.; 26Jan49 (in notice: 1948); LP2338.


  BLACKBOARD REVUE. Released by Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 644 ft.,
    sd., color. (A Color Rhapsody)

    Credits: Director, Ub Iwerks; music, Eddie Kilfeather; music
    director, Joe De Nat. Technicolor.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 25Mar40; LP9478.


  BLACKMAIL. Republic Productions, Inc., c1947. 67 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Associate producer, William J. O'Sullivan; director, Lesley
    Selander; original story, Robert Leslie Bellem; screenplay, Royal K.
    Cole; music director, Mort Glickman; film editor, Tony Martinelli.

    Cast: William Marshall, Adele Mara, Ricardo Cortez, Grant Withers.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 15Jul47; LP1209.


  BLACKOUT. Released thru United Artists, c1940. 10 reels, sd. A British
    National film. Published in London under title "Contraband."

    Credits: Producer, John Corfield; director, Michael Powell; original
    story and screenplay, Emeric Pressburger; scenario, Michael Powell,
    Brock Williams; music director, Muir Mathieson; photography, F. A.
    Young; editor, John Seabourne.

    Appl. author: British National Films, Ltd.

    © United Artists Corp.; 10Jul40; LP9909.


  BLACKOUTS. SEE Bill and Coo.


  THE BLACKSMITH SONG. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 24Aug42; MP12880.


  BLANCHE FURY. Cineguild, Ltd., London, 1947. Released in the U. S. by
    Eagle Lion Films, Inc., c1949. Presented by J. Arthur Rank. 93 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. Based on the novel by Joseph Shearing.

    Summary: A drama of greed, illicit love, and murder on an English
    estate in the early 19th century. Based on the famous Rush murder.

    Credits: Producer, Anthony Havelock-Allan; director, Marc Allegret;
    screenplay, Audrey Lindop, Cecil McGivern; music score, Clifton
    Webb; music director, Muir Mathieson; editor, Jack Harris.

    Cast: Stewart Granger, Valerie Hobson, Walter Fitzgerald, Michael
    Gouch, Maurice Denham.

    © Independent Producers, Ltd.; 28Jan49 (in notice: 1947); LP2469.


  THE BLANK WALL. SEE The Reckless Moment.


  BLANKING SHEET METAL ON THE SQUARING SHEAR. Division of Visual Aids
    for War Training. 2 reels, sd.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization, Inc.

    © The U. S. Office of Education; title, descr., & 176 prints,
    26Jul43; MU13773.


  BLAZE OF NOON. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1947. 91 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the novel by Ernest K. Gann.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Fellows; director, John Farrow;
    screenplay, Frank Wead, Arthur Sheekman; music score, Adolph
    Deutsch.

    Cast: Anne Baxter, William Holden, Sonny Tufts, William Bendix,
    Sterling Hayden, Howard Da Silva.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 3Mar47; LP985.


  BLAZING ACROSS THE PECOS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1948. 6 reels,
    sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: The Durango Kid helps a sheriff in foiling the efforts of a
    gambler to seize control of a western town.

    Credits: Producer, Colbert Clark, director, Ray Nazarro; screenplay,
    Norman S. Hall; film editor, Richard Fantl.

    Cast: Charles Starrett, Smiley Burnette, Charles Wilson, Thomas
    Jackson, Patricia White.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 17Jun48; LP1662.


  BLAZING FRONTIER. Producers Releasing Corp., c1943. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Sam Newfield; original story and screenplay,
    Patricia Harper; film editor, Holbrook N. Todd.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 21Aug43; LP12205.


  BLAZING GUNS. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1943. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer and director, Robert Tansey; original story and
    screenplay, Frances Kavanaugh; photography, Marcel Le Picard; film
    editor, Fred Bain.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 27Aug43; LP12275.


  BLAZING SIX SHOOTERS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Joseph H. Lewis; original screenplay, Paul
    Franklin.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 29Feb40; LP9450.


  BLAZING THE WESTERN TRAIL. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1945. 56 min.,
    sd.

    Credits: Producer, Colbert Clark; director, Vernon Keays; original
    screenplay, J. Benton Cheney; film editor, Henry Batista.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 15Oct45; LP13548.


  THE BLAZING TRAIL. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1949. 57 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: A Western in which the Durango Kid unmasks the killer of a
    wealthy rancher.

    Credits: Producer, Colbert Clark; director, Ray Nazarro; screenplay,
    Barry Shipman; editor, Paul Borofsky.

    Cast: Charles Starrett, Smiley Burnette, Marjorie Stapp, Fred Sears,
    Steve Darrell.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 5Jul49; LP2369.


  BLESS 'EM ALL. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 15Jun42; MP12672.


  BLI-BLIP. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 5Jan42; MP11985.


  BLIND ALLEY. SEE The Dark Past.


  BLIND SPOT. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1947. 73 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on a story by Barry Perowne.

    Credits: Producer, Ted Richmond; director, Robert Gordon;
    screenplay, Martin Goldsmith; music director, Mischa Bakaleinikoff;
    film editor, Henry Batista.

    Cast: Chester Morris, Constance Dowling, Steven Geray, Sid Tomack.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 6Feb47; LP855.


  BLIND WORKMEN IN PRIVATE INDUSTRY. John H. McAulay. Distributed by The
    National Society for the Blind, c1942. 1 reel.

    © John H. McAulay; 2Nov42; MP13236.


  BLITHE SPIRIT. Released through United Artists, c1945. 10 reels, sd.,
    color. A Noel Coward-Cineguild production. A Two Cities film.

    Credits: Producer, Noel Coward; director, David Lean; musical score,
    Richard Addinsell; music director, Muir Mathieson; photographer,
    Ronald Neame; cameraman, William McLeod; film editor, Jack Harris.
    Technicolor.

    © General Film Distributors, Ltd.; 14Dec45; LP102.


  A BLITZ ON THE FRITZ. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1943. 1,667 ft., sd.

    Credits: Producer and director, Jules White; story and screenplay,
    Clyde Bruckman; film editor, Edwin Bryant.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 22Jan43; LP12057.


  BLITZ WOLF. Loew's Inc., c1942. 897 ft., sd., color. (A
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Cartoon)

    Credits: Director, Tex Avery; story, Rich Hogan; animation, Ray
    Abrams, Irven Spence, Preston Blair, Ed Love; music, Scott Bradley.
    Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 11Sep42; LP11612.


  THE BLITZKISS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Del Lord; story and screenplay, Harry Edwards.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 2Oct41; LP10824.


  BLITZKREIG BOMBARDIER. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 31Dec44; MP15632.


  BLOCK BUSTERS. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1944. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producers, Sam Katzman, Jack Dietz; director, Wallace Fox;
    original story and screenplay, Houston Branch; photographer, Marcel
    Le Picard; film editor, Carl Pierson.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 22Jul44; LP12749.


  BLOCK PARTY. RKO Pathe, Inc., c1948. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Screenliner, no. 2)

    Summary: A Block Party on Mulberry Street in New York, with a
    religious parade, carnival, and side shows, re-creates the
    atmosphere of an Italian festival.

    Credits: Producer, Burton Benjamin; director, Victor D. Solow;
    written by Sumner Lyon; narrator, Ward Wilson; music, Nathaniel
    Shilkret; editor, Isaac Kleinerman.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 26Nov48; MP3660.


  BLOCK PARTY REVELS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1943. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 17May43; MP13588.


  THE BLOCKED TRAIL. c1943. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels, sd.
    Based on the characters "The Three Mesquiteers" created by William
    Colt MacDonald.

    Credits: Associate producer, Louis Gray; director, Elmer Clifton;
    original screenplay, John K. Butler, Jacquin Frank; music score,
    Mort Glickman; photographer, Bud Thackery; film editor, Edward
    Schroeder.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 3Mar43; LP11900.


  BLOCKING IN FOOTBALL. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Collaborator, Andrew Kerr.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 31May46; MP660.


  BLONDE ALIBI. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1946. 7 reels, sd. Based
    on an original story by Gordon Kahn.

    Credits: Producer, Ben Pivar; director, Will Jason; written for the
    screen by George Bricker; music director, Edgar Fairchild;
    cinematography, Maury Gertsman; film editor, Edwin Curtiss.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 9Apr46; LP257.


  BLONDE AND GROOM. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1943. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Harry Edwards; story and screenplay, Harry
    Langdon.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 30Mar43; LP11944.


  BLONDE COMET. Producers Releasing Corp., c1941. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, T. H. Richmond; director, William Beaudine;
    original story, Philip Juergens, Robin Daniels; screenplay, Martin
    Mooney; film editor, Holbrook N. Todd.

    © Producers Releasing Corp,; 8Dec41; LP10876.


  BLONDE FEVER. Loew's Inc., c1944. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 7
    reels, sd., b&w. Based on a play by Ferenc Molnar.

    Credits: Producer, William W. Wright; director, Richard Whorf;
    screenplay, Patricia Coleman; music score, Nathaniel Shilkret; film
    editor, George Hively.

    © Loew's Inc.; 5Dec44; LP13035.


  BLONDE FOR A DAY. c1946. Presented by P.R.C. Pictures, Inc. 7 reels,
    sd., 35mm. Based upon original characters and story by Brett
    Halliday.

    Credits: Producer, Sigmund Neufeld; director, Sam Newfield;
    screenplay, Fred Myton; music director, Leo Erdody; film editor,
    Holbrook N. Todd.

    © Pathe Industries, Inc.; 6Jul46; LP454.


  BLONDE FROM BROOKLYN. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1945. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Ted Richmond; director, Del Lord; original
    screenplay, Erna Lazarus; film editor, Jerome Thoms.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 21Jun45; LP13551.


  THE BLONDE FROM SINGAPORE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 7 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Fier; director, Edward Dmytryk; story,
    Houston Branch; screenplay, George Bricker; music director, M. W.
    Stoloff; film editor, Richard Fantl.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 16Oct41; LP10995.


  BLONDE ICE. Martin Mooney Productions, Inc., c1948. 74 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the novel "Once too Often," by Elwyn Whitman
    Chambers.

    Summary: A newspaper woman turns to murder in her quest for money
    and power.

    Credits: Producer, Martin Mooney; director, Jack Bernhard;
    screenplay, Kenneth Gamet; music, Irving Gertz; film editors, Jason
    H. Bernie, Douglas W. Bagier.

    Cast: Robert Paige, Leslie Brooks, Russ Vincent, Michael Whalen,
    James Griffith.

    © Film Classics, Inc.; 28Apr48; LP1623.


  BLONDE INSPIRATION. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 7 reels, sd., b&w. Based on a play by John
    Cecil Holm.

    Credits: Producer, B. P. Fineman; director, Busby Berkeley;
    screenplay, Marion Parsonnet; music score, Bronislau Kaper; film
    editor, Gene Ruggiero.

    © Loew's Inc.; 6Feb41; LP10248.


  BLONDE RANSOM. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1945. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Gene Lewis; director, William Beaudine;
    original story, Robert T. Shannon; screenplay, M. Coates Webster;
    music director, Frank Skinner; film editor, Paul Landres.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 8Jun45; LP13368.


  BLONDE SAVAGE. Eagle Lion Films, Inc., for Ensign Productions of
    California, c1947, 62 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Producer, Lionel J. Toll; director, S. K. Seeley; original
    story and screenplay, Gordon Bache; music, Erdody; film editor, Paul
    Landres.

    Cast: Leif Erickson, Gale Sherwood.

    © Ensign Productions of California; 22Nov47; LP1303.


  THE BLONDE STAYED ON. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1946. 2 reels.

    Credits: Directed and written by Harry Edwards.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 24Jan46; LP517.


  BLONDES AND BLUNDERS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Del Lord; story and screenplay, Harry Edwards.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 29Nov40; LP10213.


  BLONDES AWAY. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1947. 17 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Credits: Producer, George Bilson; director, Hal Yates; screenplay,
    Julian Woodward; film editor, Edward W. Williams.

    Cast: Leon Errol, Dorothy Granger.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 11Jul47; LP1177.


  BLONDIE. SEE

    Blondie for Victory.

    Blondie Goes Latin.

    Blondie Goes to College.

    Blondie Has Servant Trouble.

    Blondie Hits the Jackpot.

    Blondie in the Dough.

    Blondie Knows Best.

    Blondie on a Budget.

    Blondie Plays Cupid.

    Blondie's Anniversary.

    Blondie's Big Deal.

    Blondie's Big Moment.

    Blondie's Blessed Event.

    Blondie's Holiday.

    Blondie's Lucky Day.

    Blondie's Reward.

    Footlight Glamour.

    It's a Great Life.

    Leave It to Blondie.

    Life with Blondie.


  BLONDIE FOR VICTORY. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 8 reels, sd.
    Based upon the comic strip created by Chic Young.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Sparks; director, Frank R. Strayer; story,
    Fay Kanin; screenplay, Karen DeWolf, Connie Lee; music, John
    Leipold; music director, M. W. Stoloff; film editor, Al Clark.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Aug42; LP11489.


  BLONDIE GOES LATIN. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 7 reels, sd. Based
    on the comic strip created by Chic Young.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Sparks; director, Frank R. Strayer; story,
    Quinn Martin; screenplay, Richard Flournoy, Karen De Wolf; music
    director, Morris Stoloff; film editor, Gene Havlick.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 7Feb41; LP10287.


  BLONDIE GOES TO COLLEGE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 8 reels, sd.
    Based upon the comic strip created by Chic Young.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Sparks; director, Frank R. Strayer; story,
    Warren Wilson, Clyde Bruckman; screenplay, Lou Breslow; music
    director, M. W. Stoloff; film editor, Otto Meyer.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 15Jan42; LP11010.


  BLONDIE HAS SERVANT TROUBLE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 7 reels,
    sd. Based on the comic strip created by Chic Young.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Sparks; director, Frank R. Strayer; story,
    Albert Duffy; screenplay, Richard Flournoy; music, Leigh Harline;
    music director, M. W. Stoloff; film editor, Gene Havlick.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 22Jul40; LP9791.


  BLONDIE HITS THE JACKPOT. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1949. 66 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on Chic Young's "Blondie" comic.

    Summary: A comedy about the firing and rehiring of Dagwood.

    Credits: Producer, Ted Richmond; director, Edwards Bernds; story and
    screenplay, Jack Henley; music director, Mischa Bakaleinikoff; film
    editor, Henry Batista.

    Cast: Penny Singleton, Arthur Lake, Larry Simms, Marjorie Kent,
    Jerome Cowan.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 29Sep49; LP2546.


  BLONDIE IN SOCIETY. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Sparks; director, Frank R. Strayer; story,
    Eleanore Griffin; screenplay, Karen DeWolf; photography, Henry
    Freulich; film editor, Charles Nelson.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 17Jul41; LP10644.


  BLONDIE IN THE DOUGH. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1947. 69 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on Chic Young's "Blondie" comic.

    Credits: Director, Abby Berlin; story, Arthur Marx; screenplay,
    Arthur Marx, Jack Henley; music director, Mischa Bakaleinikoff; film
    editor, Henry Batista.

    Cast: Penny Singleton, Arthur Lake, Larry Simms, Hugh Herbert.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 29Sep47; LP1214.


  BLONDIE KNOWS BEST. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1946. 7 reels, sd. Based
    on the comic strip "Blondie" created by Chic Young.

    Credits: Director, Abby Berlin; story, Edward Bernds; screenplay,
    Edward Bernds, Al Martin; music director, Mischa Bakaleinikoff.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 17Oct46; LP666.


  BLONDIE ON A BUDGET. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 7 reels, sd.
    Based upon the comic strip created by Chic Young.

    Credits: Director, Frank R. Strayer; story, Charles Molyneux Brown;
    screenplay, Richard Flournoy; music director, M. W. Stoloff; film
    editor, Gene Havlick.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 26Feb40; LP9441.


  BLONDIE PLAYS CUPID. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 7 reels, sd.
    Based on comic strip created by Chic Young.

    Credits: Director, Frank R. Strayer; story, Karen DeWolf, Charles M.
    Brown; screenplay, Richard Flournoy, Karen DeWolf; music director,
    M. W. Stoloff; film editor, Gene Milford.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 24Oct40; LP10007.


  BLONDIE'S ANNIVERSARY. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1947. 7 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on Chic Young's "Blondie" comic.

    Summary: Dagwood's boss, hoping to obtain a large building contract
    from the local bank president, asks Dagwood to deliver a watch as a
    gift to the president's secretary. Complications arise when Blondie
    mistakes the watch for her own anniversary present.

    Credits: Director, Abby Berlin; original screenplay, Jack Henley;
    music director, Mischa Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Al Clark.

    Cast: Penny Singleton, Arthur Lake, Larry Simms, Marjorie Kent,
    Daisy.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 18Dec47; LP1424.


  BLONDIE'S BIG DEAL. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1949. 60 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on Chic Young's "Blondie" comic.

    Summary: Dagwood invents a fireproof paint and demonstrates it on
    his boss' summer home with sure-fire results.

    Credits: Producer, Ted Richmond; director, Edward Bernds; story and
    screenplay, Lucile Watson Henley; music director, Mischa
    Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Henry Batista.

    Cast: Penny Singleton, Arthur Lake, Larry Simms, Marjorie Kent,
    Jerome Cowan.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 10Mar49; LP2146.


  BLONDIE'S BIG MOMENT. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1947. 63 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on Chic Young's comic strip "Blondie."

    Credits: Director, Abby Berlin; original screenplay, Connie Lee;
    director of music, Mischa Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Jerome Thoms.

    Cast: Penny Singleton, Arthur Lake, Anita Louise.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 9Jan47; LP812.


  BLONDIE'S BLESSED EVENT. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 8 reels, sd.
    Based upon the comic strip created by Chic Young.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Sparks; director, Frank R. Strayer;
    screenplay, Connie Lee, Karen DeWolf, Richard Flournoy; music
    director, M. W. Stoloff; film editor, Charles Nelson.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 9Apr42; LP11194.


  BLONDIE'S HOLIDAY. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1947. 67 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on Chic Young's "Blondie" comic.

    Credits: Producer, Burt Kelly; director, Abby Berlin; original
    screenplay, Constance Lee; music director, Mischa Bakaleinikoff;
    film editor, Jerome Thoms.

    Cast: Penny Singleton, Arthur Lake, Larry Simms.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 7Apr47; LP913.


  BLONDIE'S LUCKY DAY. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1946. 7 reels, sd.
    Based upon the comic strip "Blondie" created by Chic Young.

    Credits: Director, Abby Berlin; original screenplay, Connie Lee;
    music director, Mischa Bakaleinikoff.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 4Apr46; LP265.


  BLONDIE'S REWARD. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1948. 7 reels, sd., b&w.
    35mm. Based on Chic Young's "Blondie" comic.

    Summary: A shaky real estate transaction turns out well for Dagwood.

    Credits: Director, Abby Berlin; original screenplay, Edward Bernds;
    music director, Mischa Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Al Clark.

    Cast: Penny Singleton, Arthur Lake, Larry Simms, Marjorie Kent,
    Daisy.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 12May48 (in notice: 1947); LP1589.


  BLONDIE'S SECRET. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1948. 68 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: Complications involving office pranks, a robbery, and
    counterfeit money delay the Bumsteads' vacation.

    Credits: Director, Edward Bernds; original screenplay, Jack Henley;
    film editor, Richard Fantl.

    Cast: Penny Singleton, Arthur Lake, Jerome Cowan, Jack Rice.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 14Dec48; LP1996.


  BLOOD AND SAND. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1941. 11,227 ft.,
    sd. Based on the novel by Vicente Blasco Ibanez.

    Credits: Director, Rouben Mamoulian; screenplay, Jo Swerling; music
    director, Alfred Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 30May41; LP10524.


  BLOOD ON HER SHOE. SEE The Girl Who Dared.


  BLOOD ON THE MOON. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1948. 88 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the novel, "Gunman's Chance," by Luke Short [pseud.
    of Frederick Dilley Glidden].

    Summary: A Western in which a Texas cowpuncher settles a feud
    between cattlemen and homesteaders.

    Credits: Producer, Theron Warth; director, Robert Wise; screenplay,
    Lillie Hayward; adaptation, Harold Shumate, Luke Short; music, Roy
    Webb; music director, C. Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Samuel E.
    Beetley.

    Cast: Robert Mitchum, Barbara Bel Geddes, Robert Preston, Walter
    Brennan, Phyllis Thaxter.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 10Nov48; LP2010.


  BLOOD ON THE SUN. Released through United Artists, c1945. 94 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. From a story by Garrett Fort.

    Credits: Producer, William Cagney; director, Frank Lloyd;
    screenplay, Lester Cole; music, Miklos Rozsa; film editors, Truman
    K. Wood, Walter Hannemann.

    © Cagney Productions, Inc.; 15Jun45; LP13349.


  BLOOD PRESSURE. Presented by The Bureau of Aeronautics for the Bureau
    of Medicine and Surgery. sd.

    Appl. author: James P. Prindle.

    © Chicago Film Laboratory, Inc.; title & descr., 17Jun43; 3 prints,
    7Jun43; MU13711.


  BLOSSOMS IN THE DUST. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 10 reels, sd., color. A Mervyn LeRoy
    production.

    Credits: Producer, Irving Asher; director, Mervyn LeRoy; story,
    Ralph Wheelwright; screenplay, Anita Loos; music score, Herbert
    Stothart; film editor, George Boemler. Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 2Jul41; LP10607.


  BLOW, GABRIEL, BLOW. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 8Jun42; MP12653.


  BLOW THE MAN DOWN. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1946. Presented by RCM Productions, Inc. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Credits: Producer, Ben Hersh; director, Dave Gould.

    © Soundies Films, Inc. (in notice: Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc.); 30Dec46; MP1783.


  BLOW THE WHISTLE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945,
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 19Mar45; MP15736.


  BLOWTOP BLUES. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 29Oct45; MP16454.


  BLUE BARRON AND HIS ORCHESTRA. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1940. 1 reel,
    sd. (A Paramount Headliner)

    Credits: Director, Leslie Roush; written by Justin Herman;
    photographer, George Webber.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 24May40; MP10254.


  THE BLUE BIRD. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1940. 7,426 ft., sd.
    Based on the play by Maurice Maeterlinck.

    Credits: Director, Walter Lang; screenplay, Ernest Pascal; music
    director, Alfred Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 19Jan40; LP9755.


  THE BLUE DAHLIA. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1946, 10 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, John Houseman; director, George Marshall;
    screenplay, Raymond Chandler; music director, Victor Young.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 5Feb46; LP261.


  THE BLUE DANUBE. Loew's Inc., c1939. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    666 ft., sd., color. (An MGM Cartoon)

    Credits: Producer, Hugh Harman; music, Johann Strauss; arranger,
    Scott Bradley. Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 29Dec39; MP10070.


  BLUE DANUBE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 31Jan41; MP11617.


  BLUE GRASS GENTLEMEN. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1944. 1 reel,
    sd., color. (Ed Thorgersen's Sports Review)

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; director, Tom Cummiskey; music
    score, L. deFrancesco; film editor, Arthur Lincer. Technicolor.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 15Sep44; MP15269.


  BLUE HAWAII. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 27Nov44; MP15435.


  BLUE MOON. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 25Feb46; MP245.


  THE BLUE RIBBON LEADER. Jam Handy Organization, Inc. Presented by
    Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp. 1 min., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A horse, having won a blue ribbon at the State Fair, is led
    into a Chevrolet high-rack truck, and driven safely and rapidly
    home.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 7May48; 6 prints,
    10May48; MU3033.


  BLUE SIERRA. Loew's Inc., c1946. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 10
    reels, sd., color, 35mm.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Sisk; director, Fred M. Wilcox; original
    screenplay, Lionel Houser; music score, Scott Bradley, Bronislau
    Kaper; film editor, Conrad A. Nervig. Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 25Apr46; LP291.


  BLUE SKIES. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1946. 104 min., sd., color,
    35mm. Based on an original idea by Irving Berlin.

    Credits: Producer, Sol C. Siegel; director, Stuart Heisler;
    screenplay, Arthur Sheekman; adaptation, Allan Scott; lyrics and
    music, Irving Berlin; director of music, Robert Emmett Dolan;
    editor, LeRoy Stone. Technicolor.

    Cast: Bing Crosby, Fred Astaire, Joan Caulfield, Billy De Wolfe,
    Olga San Juan.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 27Dec46; LP758.


  THE BLUE STREAK. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1940, 1 reel, sd.
    (Grantland Rice Sportlight)

    Credits: Narrator, Ted Husing.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 19Apr40; MP10135.


  BLUE WARRIORS OF THE PACIFIC. c1946. 1 reel, sd., 16mm.

    Credits: Director and photographer, Van Campen Heilner.

    © Hawley-Lord, Inc.; 20Oct46; MP1283.


  BLUE, WHITE AND PERFECT. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1941.
    6,779 ft., sd. Based on the story by Borden Chase and the character
    "Michael Shayne," created by Brett Halliday.

    Credits: Director, Herbert I. Leeds; screenplay, Samuel G. Engel;
    music director, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 24Dec41; LP11021.


  BLUE WINNERS. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1945. 1 reel, sd. (Grantland
    Rice Sportlight)

    Credits: Director, R. T. Erwin; narrator, Ted Husing.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 23Feb45; MP15670.


  BLUEBEARD. P.R.C. Pictures, Inc., c1944. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Edgar G. Ulmer; original story, Arnold Phillips,
    Werner H. Furst; screenplay, Pierre Gendron.

    © P.R.C. Pictures, Inc.; 12Nov44; LP13562.


  THE BLUEJACKET'S PERSONAL HYGIENE. Time, Inc., c1943. 1 reel.

    © Time, Inc.; 2Nov43; MP14257.


  BLUENOSE SCHOONER. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1944. 10 min., sd.,
    color. (Sports Parade)

    Credits: Producers, Douglas Sinclair, Edward Buckman; narrator, Lou
    Marcelle. Technicolor.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 14Oct44; MP15301.


  BLUES IN THE NIGHT. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 28Jan42; MP12143.


  BLUES IN THE NIGHT. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1941. 88 min., sd.
    From a play by Edwin Gilbert.

    Credits: Associate producer, Henry Blanke; director, Anatole Litvak;
    screenplay, Robert Rossen; film editor, Owen Marks.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 6Oct41; LP10817.


  BLUES OF MARY'S FLAT. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1946. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. A Filmcraft production.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Dec46; MP1457.


  BLUNDER BELOW. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; story, Bill Turner, Ted Pierce;
    animation, Dave Tendlar, Harold Walker.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 13Feb42; LP11075.


  BLUSHING BRIDE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 9Nov42; MP13102.


  BOARDWALK BOOGIE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 31Jan41; MP11099.


  BOATS. Erpi Classroom Films, Inc., c1938. 1 reel, sd. With primary
    grade teacher's handbook.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.; 21Dec38; MP14192.


  BOB CHESTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1941. 1 reel,
    sd. (Paramount Headliner)

    Credits: Director, Leslie Roush; photographer, George Webber; film
    editor, Robert Blauvelt.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 21Mar41; MP10959.


  BOB, SON OF BATTLE. SEE Thunder in the Valley.


  BOB WILLS AND HIS TEXAS PLAYBOYS. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1944.
    10 min., sd. (Melody Masters)

    Credits: Director, LeRoy Prinz; narration, James Bloodworth.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 7Oct44; MP15291.


  THE BOBBY-SOX TUNE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 7Aug44; MP15092.


  BOBBY THE SEAL. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 22Jan45; MP15592.


  BOB-O-LINK. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 15Jun42; MP12671.


  BODY AND SOUL. Roberts Productions, Inc., c1947. Presented by the
    Enterprise Studio. 12 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Producer, Bob Roberts; director, Robert Rossen; original
    screenplay, Abraham Polonsky; music, Hugo Friedhofer; music
    director, Rudolph Polk; film editor, Robert Parrish.

    Cast: John Garfield, Lilli Palmer, Hazel Brooks.

    © Roberts Productions, Inc.; 22Aug47; LP1279.


  BODY CARE AND GROOMING. McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., c1948. 17 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. (McGraw-Hill Text-Films. Health Education Series,
    no. 1)

    Summary: The film emphasizes the importance of daily personal care
    of the body, from the standpoint of health and of social adjustment.
    Prepared to accompany the book, "Textbook of Healthful Living," by
    Harold S. Diehl, and designed to instruct college students and other
    adults. Animated drawings and photomicrographs are included.

    © McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 1Mar48; MP3252.


  BODY DEFENSES AGAINST DISEASE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.,
    c1946. 1 reel, sd., 16mm. In Greek.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 11Jun46; MP803.


  BODY DEFENSES AGAINST DISEASE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.,
    in collaboration with Paul R. Cannon, c1946. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Afrikaans version. Title on script: "Liggaamsverdediging teen
    Siekte."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 3Jul46; MP1861.


  THE BODY DISAPPEARS. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1941. 72 min., sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Ben Stoloff; director, D. Ross
    Lederman; original screenplay, Scott Darling, Erna Lazarus; film
    editor, Frederick Richards.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 6Dec41; LP10878.


  THE BODY FIGHTS BACTERIA. McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., c1948. 17 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. (McGraw-Hill Text-Films. Health Education Series,
    no. 3)

    Summary: With the aid of animation and photomicrographs, the film
    shows how the body sets up defenses against pathogenic bacteria, and
    stresses the roles of immunization and healthful living in
    protecting the body against disease. Prepared to accompany the
    "Textbook of Healthful Living," by Harold S. Diehl, and designed to
    instruct college students and other adults.

    © McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 1Mar48; MP3254.


  THE BODY SNATCHER. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1945. 78 min., sd. Based
    on a short story by Robert Louis Stevenson.

    Credits: Producer, Val Lewton; director, Robert Wise; written for
    screen by Philip MacDonald, Carlos Keith; music, Roy Webb; music
    director, C. Bakaleinikoff; editor, J. R. Whittredge.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 15Feb45; LP13340.


  THE BODYGUARD. Loew's Inc., c1944. 674 ft., sd., color. (An MGM Tom
    and Jerry Cartoon)

    Credits: Directors, William Hanna, Joseph Barbera; animation, Ken
    Muse, Pete Burness, Ray Patterson, Irven Spence; music, Scott
    Bradley. Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 13Jul44; LP168.


  BODYGUARD. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1948. 62 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A melodrama about a man who, suspected of murder, eludes
    the police in order to solve the crime and clear himself.

    Credits: Producer, Sid Rogell; director, Richard O. Fleischer;
    original story, George W. George, Robert B. Altman; screenplay, Fred
    Niblo, Jr., Harry Essex; music, Paul Sawtell; music director, C.
    Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Elmo Williams.

    Cast: Lawrence Tierney, Priscilla Lane, Philip Reed, June Clayworth,
    Elisabeth Risdon.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 11Sep48; LP1862.


  BOILING OVER. General Electric Co., c1949. 1/2 min., sd., color, 35mm.

    Summary: Shows how cooking problems are solved by using a General
    Electric Stratoliner Range.

    © General Electric Co.; 22Apr49; MP4407.


  THE BOLD FRONTIERSMAN. Republic Productions, Inc., c1948. 60 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: "Rocky" Lane comes to the aid of ranchers when the success
    of their water project is endangered by thieves and gamblers.

    Credits: Associate producer, Gordon Kay; director, Philip Ford;
    original screenplay, Bob Williams; music director, Mort Glickman;
    film editor, Arthur Roberts.

    Cast: Allan "Rocky" Lane, Black Jack, Eddy Waller, Roy Barcroft,
    John Alvin.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 12Apr48; LP1593.


  BOLERO. Musicolor, Inc. Released by United Artists, c1949. 1 reel,
    sd., color, 35mm. (David L. Loew Musicolor Short)

    Summary: A musical short presenting "Bolero" by Maurice Ravel.

    Credits: Producer, Werner Janssen.

    © Musicolor, Inc.; 24Jun49 (in notice: 1946); MP4188.


  BOMB FUZES MARK 221, 223, 228. Walter Lantz Productions for the U. S.
    Navy.

    © Walter Lantz Productions; title, descr., & 4 prints, 12Jul44;
    MU15017.


  BOMBA, THE JUNGLE BOY. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1949. 71 min., sd.,
    sepia, 35mm. Based on a novel by Roy Rockwood [pseud.]

    Summary: An adventure drama of the African jungle. A young girl, on
    a zoological expedition, becomes separated from her father and is
    rescued by a white boy who has grown up in the wilderness.

    Credits: Producer, Waller Mirisch; director, Ford Beebe; screenplay,
    Jack DeWitt; music director, Edward Kay; editor, Roy Livingston.

    Cast: Johnny Sheffield, Peggy Ann Garner, Onslow Stevens, Charles
    Irwin, Smoki Whitfield.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 20Mar49; LP2244.


  BOMBALERA. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1945. 1,757 ft., sd., color. (A
    Paramount Musical Parade Featurette)

    Credits: Producer, Louis Harris; director, Noel Madison; original
    screenplay, Jerry Gruskin; music director, Irvin Talbot; arranger,
    Harry Simeone; editor, Helene Turner. Technicolor.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 9Feb45; LP13100.


  BOMBARDIER. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1943. 99 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Fellows; director, Richard Wallace; story,
    John Twist, Martin Rackin; screenplay, John Twist; music, Roy Webb;
    music director, C. Bakaleinikoff; editor, Robert Wise.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 16May43; LP12248.


  BOMBAY CLIPPER. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1941. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Marshall Grant; director, John Rawlins;
    original screenplay, Roy Chanslor, Stanley Rubin; photography,
    Stanley Cortez; film editor, Otto Ludwig.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 4Dec41; LP10887.


  BOMBER'S MOON. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1943. 6,330 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Charles Fuhr; original story, Leonard Lee;
    screenplay, Kenneth Gamet, Aubrey Wisert; music director, Emil
    Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 6Aug43; LP12347.


  BOMBS OVER BURMA. Producers Releasing Corp., c1942. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producers, Alfred Stern, Arthur Alexander; director, Joseph
    H. Lewis; original screenplay, Milton Raison, Joseph H. Lewis; music
    direction, Lee Zahler; photographer, Robert Cline; film editor,
    Charles Henkel, Jr.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 28May42; LP11341.


  BONE BANDIT. Walt Disney Productions, c1947. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Pluto Cartoon)

    Credits: Director, Charles Nichols; story, Art Scott, Sterling
    Sturdevant; animation, George Nicholas, George Kreisl, Jerry
    Hathcock, Sandy Strother; music, Oliver Wallace.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 21Jul47; LP1720.


  BONE MARROW. Armour and Company. 7 min., si., color, 16mm. (Animated
    Hematology, no. 2)

    Summary: Points out that the study of bone marrow suggests the
    diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis of a number of disorders, such
    as the leukemias, metastic carcinoma, and malaria.

    Credits: Originated in the Department of Internal Medicine, College
    of Medicine, University of Illinois; direction and scenario, Carroll
    L. Birch; edited by the professional staff of The Armour
    Laboratories, John H. Glynn, Florian E. Schmidt.

    © Armour and Co.; title, descr., & 3 prints, 26Nov48; MU3670.


  BONE SWEET BONE. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1947. 1 reel, sd.,
    color, 35mm.

    Credits: Director, Arthur Davis; story, William Scott; animation,
    Don Williams, Emery Hawkins, Basil Davidovich, J. C. Melendez.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 20Dec47; MP3014.


  BONE TROUBLE. Walt Disney Productions, c1940. 1 reel. (A Walt Disney
    Pluto)

    © Walt Disney Productions; 23Apr40; LP9752.


  BONES, BONES, BONES. Video Varieties Corp. 3 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: "Bones, Bones, Bones" is sung by The Striders, a Negro male
    quartet.

    © Video Varieties Corp.; title & descr., 13Sep49; 4 prints, 18May49;
    MU4528.


  BONGO. SEE Fun and Fancy Free.


  BONNE CHANCE. SEE Lucky Partners.


  BONNIE LASSIE. Paramount Pictures, Inc., c1944. 1,904 ft., sd., color.
    (A Paramount Musical Parade Featurette)

    Credits: Producer, Louis Harris; director, William Shea; original
    screenplay, Ray E. Spencer; music direction, Irvin Talbot; music
    arrangements, Harry Simeone; edited by Gladys Carley. Technicolor.

    © Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 11Oct44; LP12884.


  BONNIE PRINCE CHARLIE. London Film Productions, Ltd., England, c1944.
    Released in the U. S. through London Film Productions, Inc., 1949.
    119 min., sd., color, 35mm.

    Summary: Landing in Scotland with seven men, the young Prince leads
    the clans in the misadventurous uprising of 1745, is thoroughly
    routed, and eludes capture by escaping to France.

    Credits: Producer, Edward Black; director, Anthony Kimmins;
    screenplay, Clemence Dane; music, Ian Whyte; editor, Grace Garland.

    Cast: David Niven, Margaret Leighton, Morland Graham, John Laurie,
    Judy Campbell.

    © London Film Productions, Inc.; 27Oct48; LP2592.


  BOOBS IN ARMS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941, 1,630 ft.

    Credits: Director, Jules White; story and screenplay, Felix Adler.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 13Jan41; LP10277.


  BOOBS IN THE NIGHT. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1943. 1,553 ft.

    Credits: Director, Del Lord; story and screenplay, Elwood Ullman,
    Monty Collins.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 4May43; LP12026.


  BOOBS IN THE WOODS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Del Lord; story, Harry Edwards; screenplay, Harry
    Edwards, Elwood Ullman.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 13May40; LP9639.


  BOOBY DUPES. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1945. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Del Lord.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 17Mar45; LP13362.


  BOOBY HATCHED. Warner Bros. Cartoons, c1944, 7 min., sd., color,
    (Looney Tunes)

    Credits: Director, Frank Tashlin; story, Warren Foster; animation,
    I. Ellis; music director, Carl W. Stalling. Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 17Dec44; MP299.


  BOOBY SOCKS. Distributed by Columbia Pictures Corp., c1945. 548 ft.,
    sd. (Phantasy, no. 43)

    Credits: Directors, Howard Swift, Bob Wickersham; story, Sid Marcus;
    animation, Chick Otterstrom, Grant Simmons; music, Eddie Kilfeather.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 11Jul45; LP13516.


  BOOGIE MAN. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America; Inc.; 18Oct43; MP14043.


  THE BOOGIE MAN WILL GET YOU. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 7 reels,
    sd. Based on a story by Hal Fimberg and Robert B. Hunt.

    Credits: Producer, Colbert Clark; director, Lew Landers; screenplay,
    Edwin Blum; adaptation, Paul Gangelin; music director, M. W.
    Stoloff; film editor, Richard Fantl.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 12Oct42; LP12051.


  BOOGIE WOOGIE. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1945. 1,586 ft., sd., color.
    (A Paramount Musical Parade Featurette)

    Credits: Producer, Louis Harris; director, Noel Madison; original
    screenplay, Ray E. Spencer; music director, Joseph J. Lilley;
    editor, Helene Turner. Technicolor.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 12Mar45; LP13320.


  BOOGIE WOOGIE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 24Apr44; MP14766.


  BOOGIE WOOGIE BUGLE BOY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 7Apr41; MP11032.


  BOOGIE WOOGIE BUGLE BOY OF COMPANY B. c1941. Presented by Universal. 1
    reel, sd., color. (A Walter Lantz Cartune) A Walter Lantz
    production.

    Credits: Director, Walter Lantz; story Ben Hardaway, Lowell Elliott;
    artists, Alex Lovy, Verne Harding; music, Hughie Prince; music
    arrangement, Darrell Calker. Technicolor.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc. & Walter Lantz Productions; 9Sep41;
    MP11534.


  BOOGIE WOOGIE CINDY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1946. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Gould.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 6May46; MP545.


  BOOGIE WOOGIE DREAM. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 31Dec44; MP15637.


  BOOGIE WOOGIE MAN. c1943. Presented by Universal. 1 reel, sd., color.
    (A Walt Lantz Swing Symphony)

    Credits: Director, James Culhane; story, Ben Hardaway, Milt
    Schaffer; animation, Verne Harding, Les Kline; music, Darrell
    Calker.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc. & Walter Lantz Productions; 19Oct43;
    MP14107.


  BOOGIE WOOGIE SIOUX. c1942. Presented by Universal. 1 reel, sd.,
    color. (Walter Lantz Swing Symphony) (A Walt Lantz Cartune)

    Credits: Director, Alex Lovy; story, Ben Hardaway, Milt Schaffer;
    animation, Bob Bentley; music, Darrell Calker. Technicolor.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc. & Walter Lantz Productions; 26Nov42;
    MP13138.


  BOOGIE WOOGIE UPSTAIRS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 28Aug44; MP15152.


  BOOGIEMANIA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 29Apr46; MP542.


  BOOGLIE WOOGLIE PIGGY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 10Nov41; MP11748.


  THE BOOK OF JACK LONDON. SEE Jack London.


  BOOK REVUE. Warner Bros. Cartoons, c1945. 7 min., sd., color. (Looney
    Tunes)

    Credits: Director, Robert Clampett; story, Warren Foster; animation,
    Emanuel Gould; music director, Carl W. Stalling. Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 25Dec45; MP156.


  BOOKKEEPING AND ACCOUNTING. c1945. 1 reel, sd. (Your Life Work Series)
    Vocational Guidance Films, Inc.

    © A. P. Twogood; 20Sep45; MP16608.


  BOOKKEEPING AND YOU. Coronet, c1947. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborators, Paul A. Carlson, Hamden L. Forkner.

    © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 10Mar47;
    MP2502.


  THE BOOKWORM TURNS. Loew's Inc., c1940. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 803 ft., sd., color. (An M.G.M. Cartoon) A Hugh
    Harman production.

    Credits: Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 24Jul40; MP10394.


  BOOM TOWN. Loew's Inc., c1940. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 13
    reels, sd., b&w. Based on a story by James Edward Grant.

    Credits: Producer, Sam Zimbalist; director, Jack Conway; screenplay,
    John Lee Mahin; music score, Franz Waxman; film editor, Blanche
    Sewell.

    © Loew's Inc.; 5Aug40; LP9868.


  BOOMERANG. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 31Dec43; MP14461.


  BOOMERANG! Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1947. 88 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on "The Perfect Case," an article by Anthony Abbot
    [pseud, of Fulton Oursler].

    Credits: Director, Elia Kazan; screenplay, Richard Murphy; music
    director, Alfred Newman.

    Cast: Dana Andrews, Jane Wyatt, Sam Leven.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 5Mar47; LP968.


  BOOT HILL BANDITS. Range Busters, Inc., c1942. 6 reels, sd. (The Range
    Busters Series, no. 14)

    Credits: Producer, George W. Weeks; director, S. Roy Luby; original
    story and screenplay, Arthur Durlam; music direction, Frank Sanucci;
    photography, Robert Cline; film editor, Roy Claire.

    © Range Busters, Inc.; 24Apr42; LP11593.


  BOOTLE BEETLE. Walt Disney Productions, c1947. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (A Walt Disney Donald Duck)

    Credits: Director, Jack Hannah; story, Bill Berg, Milt Banta;
    animation, Bill Justice, Art Babbitt, Judge Whitaker, Andy Engman;
    music, Oliver Wallace. Technicolor.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 11Apr47; LP1374.


  BOOTS AND SADDLES. Presented by Chevrolet. 1 min., color.

    Credits: Technicolor.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Sales Corp.; title,
    descr., & 50 prints, 20Mar41; MU10942.


  BORBOLETAS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in collaboration
    with Clyde Fisher, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Portuguese version
    of "Butterflies."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 10Mar47; MP1839.


  BORDER BADMEN. P.R.C. Pictures, Inc., c1945. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sigmund Neufeld; director, Sam Newfield; original
    story and screenplay, George Milton; music director, Frank Sanucci;
    film editor, Holbrook N. Todd.

    © P.R.C. Pictures, Inc.; 10Oct45; LP13575.


  BORDER BANDITS. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1945, 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Lambert Hillyer; screenplay, Frank H. Young;
    music director, Frank Sanucci; photographer, William A. Sickner;
    film editor, Carrol Lewis.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 5Dec45; LP20.


  BORDER BUCKAROOS. Producers Releasing Corp., c1943. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producers, Alfred Stern, Arthur Alexander; direction and
    original screenplay, Oliver Drake; music director, Lee Zahler;
    photographer, Ira Morgan; film editor, Charles Henkel, Jr.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 16Jun43; LP12097.


  BORDER FEUD. PRC Pictures, Inc., c1947. 55 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Producer, Jerry Thomas; director, Ray Taylor; original
    story, Joseph O'Donnell; screenplay, Patricia Harper; film editor,
    Joe Gluck.

    Cast: Ian Keith, Gloria Marlen, Kenneth Ferril.

    © Pathe Industries, Inc.; 10May47; LP1028.


  BORDER INCIDENT. Loew's Inc., c1949. 95 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. MGM
    picture.

    Summary: Combining forces, the U. S. and Mexican immigration
    authorities trap a gang of murdering smugglers.

    Credits: Producer, Nicholas Nayfack; director, Anthony Mann; story,
    John C. Higgins, George Zuckerman; screenplay, John C. Higgins;
    music director, Andre Previn; film editor, Conrad A. Nervig.

    Cast: Ricardo Montalban, George Murphy, Howard Da Silva, James
    Mitchell, Arnold Moss.

    © Loew's Inc.; 25Aug49; LP2505.


  THE BORDER LEGION. c1940. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels, sd.
    Based on the novel by Zane Grey.

    Credits: Associate producer-director, Joseph Kane; screenplay, Olive
    Cooper, Louis Stevens; music director, Cy Feuer; photographer, Jack
    Marta; film editor, Edward Mann.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 5Dec40; LP10174.


  BORDER PATROL. Released thru United Artists, c1942. Presented by Harry
    Sherman Productions. 64 min., sd. Based on characters created by
    Clarence E. Mulford.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Sherman; director, Lesley Selander;
    screenplay, Michael Wilson; music direction, Irvin Talbot;
    photography, Russell Harlan; editor, Sherman A. Rose.

    © United Artists Productions, Inc.; 11Dec42; LP12293.


  BORDER ROUNDUP. Producers Releasing Corp., c1943, 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sigmund Neufeld; director, Sam Newfield; original
    screenplay, Stephen Worth; music, Johnny Lange; film editor,
    Holbrook N. Todd.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 10Feb43; LP11853.


  BORDER VIGILANTES. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1941. 6 reels, sd. Based
    on characters created by Clarence E. Mulford.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Sherman; director, Derwin Abrahams;
    screenplay, J. Benton Cheney; photographer, Russel Harlan; film
    editor, Carrol Lewis.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 18Apr41; LP10416.


  BORDER WITHOUT BAYONETS. RKO Pathe, Inc., c1947. 16 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (This is America, no. 1)

    Credits: Producer, Jan Bonafield; director, Larry O'Reilly; written
    by Richard Hanser; narrator, Dwight Weist; editor, David Cooper.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc., 14Nov47; MP2535.


  BORDERTOWN GUN FIGHTERS. c1943. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Eddy White; director, Howard
    Bretherton; original screenplay, Norman S. Hall; music score, Mort
    Glickman; photography, Jack Marta; film editor, Richard Van Enger.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 15Jun43; LP12131.


  BORDERTOWN TRAIL. 1944. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Louis Gray; director, Lesley Selander;
    original screenplay, Bob Williams, Jesse Duffy; music score, Joseph
    Dubin; photographer, Ernest Miller; film editor, Charles Craft.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 16Jul44; LP12752.


  THE BORED CUCKOO. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1948. 8 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Noveltoon)

    Credits: Director, Bill Tytla; story, Bunny Gough, Bill Burner,
    Larry Riley; animation, George Germanetti, Steve Muffatti; music
    arranger, Winston Sharples.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 9Apr48 (in notice: 1947); LP1554.


  BORED OF EDUCATION. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1946. 1 reel, 35mm.

    Credits: Director, Bill Tytla; story, I. Klein, George Hill.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 26Jul46; LP475.


  BORN TO KILL. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1947. 92 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the novel "Deadlier Than the Male" by James Gunn.

    Credits: Producer, Herman Schlom; director, Robert Wise; screenplay,
    Eve Greene, Richard Macaulay; music, Paul Sawtell; music director,
    C. Bakaleinikoff; editor, Les Millbrook.

    Cast: Lawrence Tierney, Claire Trevor, Walter Slezak.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 19Apr47; LP988.


  BORN TO SING. Loew's Inc., c1942. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 8
    reels, sd., b&w. Based on a story by Franz G. Spencer.

    Credits: Producer, Frederick Stephani; director, Busby Berkeley;
    screenplay, Harry Clork, Franz G. Spencer; music direction, Dave
    Snell, Lennie Hayton; orchestration, Wally Heglin, Leonid Raab; film
    editor, Robert J. Kern.

    © Loew's Inc.; 20Jan42; LP11332.


  BORN TO SPEED. PRC Pictures, Inc., c1947. 61 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on an original story by Robert B. Churchill.

    Credits: Producer, Ben Stoloff; director, Edward L. Cahn;
    screenplay, Crane Wilbur, Scott Darling, Robert B. Churchill; music,
    Albert Levin; music director, Irving Friedman; film editor, W. Donn
    Hayes.

    Cast: Johnny Sands, Terry Austin.

    © Pathe Industries, Inc.; 12Jan47; LP830.


  BORN TO SWING. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 7Jul41; MP11302.


  BORN TWICE. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: A sermon with musical background. Based on Jesus' words to
    Nicodemus as found in the third chapter of St. John.

    Credits: Producer and director, A. Earl Hedrick; narrator, Grant E.
    McDonald.

    © A. Earl Hedrick; 31Dec47; LP1491.


  BORRAH MINEVITCH AND HIS HARMONICA SCHOOL. Warner Bros. Pictures,
    Inc., c1943. 10 min., sd. (Melody Master)

    Credits: Director, Jean Negulesco.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 25Jan43; MP13216.


  BORRAH MINEVITCH AND HIS HARMONICA SCHOOL. Warner Bros. Pictures,
    Inc., c1947. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Melody Master Bands)

    Credits: Director, Jean Negulesco.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 2Dec47; MP2539.


  BORROWED BLONDE. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1947. 15 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Credits: Producer, George Bilson; director, Hal Yates; screenplay,
    Russ Green; film editor, Edward W. Williams.

    Cast: Leon Errol, Dorothy Granger, Peggy Maley.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc,; 7Mar47; LP923.


  BORROWED HERO. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1942. 7 reels, sd. From an
    original story by Ben Roberts and Sidney Sheldon.

    Credits: Producer, A. W. Hackel; director, Lewis D. Collins;
    screenplay, Earle Snell; photographer, Marcel Le Picard; film
    editor, Martin G. Cohn.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 2Jan42; LP11214.


  BORROWED TROUBLE. Hopalong Cassidy Productions, Inc., c1948. 60 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on characters created by Clarence E. Mulford.

    Summary: Three rival factions in a small western community,
    represented by the teacher in the local school and the owners of two
    rival saloons, resolve their differences with the aid of Hopalong
    Cassidy.

    Credits: Producer, Lewis Rachmil; director, George Archainbaud;
    original screenplay, Charles Belden; music, Darrell Calker; film
    editor, Fred W. Berger.

    Cast: William Boyd, Andy Clyde, Rand Brooks, Anne O'Neal, John
    Parrish.

    © Hopalong Cassidy Productions, Inc.; 1Jul48; LP1761.


  BOSCO, DELINQUENT PUP. Cinepuppet Productions, Inc. 500 ft., color,
    16mm. (Bosco, Ciné Pup)

    Summary: Bosco steals some frankfurters and a pie.

    Credits: Authors, Buell Fuller, John Fuller, Julian R. Seide.

    © Julian R. Seide, Cinepuppet Productions, Inc.; title & descr.,
    3Nov48; 2 prints, 28Oct48; MU3450.


  BOSCO'S BUCKFEVER. Cinepuppet Productions, Inc. 14 min., sd., color,
    16mm.

    Summary: Bosco misses the train for Watawetness, the Indian Hunting
    Ground.

    Credits: Authors, Buell Fuller, John Fuller.

    © Cinepuppet Productions, Inc.; title, descr., & 2 prints, 15Dec48;
    MU3676.


  THE BOSS OF BIG TOWN. Producers Releasing Corp., c1942. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Schwarz; director, Arthur Dreifuss; original
    story, Arthur Hoerl; screenplay, Edward Dein; music director, Leo
    Erdody; film editor, Charles Henkel, Jr.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 4Nov42; LP11683.


  BOSS OF BOOMTOWN. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1944. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Oliver Drake; director, Ray Taylor;
    original screenplay, William Lively; film editor, Ted Kent.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 22May44; LP12660.


  BOSS OF BULLION CITY. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1940. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Ray Taylor; original story, Arthur St. Claire;
    screenplay, Arthur St. Claire, Victor McLeod.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 13Oct40; LP10043.


  BOSS OF HANGTOWN MESA. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1942. 6 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Oliver Drake; director, Joseph Lewis;
    original screenplay, Oliver Drake; photography, Charles Van Enger;
    film editor, Maurice Wright.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 14Jul42; LP11457.


  BOSS OF RAWHIDE. PRC Pictures, Inc., c1943. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Alfred Stern; direction and original screenplay,
    Elmer Clifton; music director, Lee Zahler; photographer, Robert
    Cline; film editor, Charles Henkel, Jr.

    © P.R.C. Pictures, Inc.; 20Nov43; LP12373.


  BOSTON BEANIE. Screen Gems, Inc., c1947. 6 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Color Rhapsody, no. 129)

    Credits: Director, Sid Marcus; animation, Ben Lloyd, Chic
    Otterstrom, Roy Jenkins; music, Darrell Calker.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 4Dec47; LP1328.


  BOSTON BLACKIE AND THE LAW. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1946. 69 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the character "Boston Blackie" created by
    Jack Boyle.

    Credits: Producer, Ted Richmond; director, D. Ross Lederman;
    original screenplay, Harry J. Essex; music director, Mischa
    Bakaleinikoff; film editor, James Sweeney.

    Cast: Chester Morris, Trudy Marshall, Constance Dowling.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 12Dec46; LP730.


  BOSTON BLACKIE BOOKED ON SUSPICION. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1945. 7
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Michel Kraike; director, Arthur Dreifuss; story,
    Malcolm Stuart Boylan; screenplay, Paul Yawitz; film editor, Richard
    Fantl.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 10May45; LP13305.


  BOSTON BLACKIE GOES HOLLYWOOD. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 7
    reels, sd. Based upon the character created by Jack Boyle.

    Credits: Producer, Wallace MacDonald; director, Michael Gordon;
    original screenplay, Paul Yawitz; music director, M. W. Stoloff;
    film editor, Arthur Seid.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 5Nov42; LP11690.


  BOSTON BLACKIE'S CHINESE VENTURE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1949. 59
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on characters created by Jack Boyle.

    Summary: Boston Blackie solves a Chinatown murder and robbery.

    Credits: Producer, Rudolph C. Flothow; director, Seymour Friedman;
    original screenplay, Maurice Tombragel; music director, Mischa
    Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Richard Fantl.

    Cast: Chester Morris, Maylia, Richard Lane, Don McGuire, Joan
    Woodbury.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp., 3Mar49; LP2155.


  BOSTON BLACKIE'S RENDEZVOUS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1945. 64 min.,
    sd. Taken from a story by Fred Schiller.

    Credits: Producer, Alexis Thurn-Taxis; director, Arthur Dreifuss;
    screenplay, Edward Dein; music director, M. R. Bakaleinikoff; film
    editor, Aaron Stell.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 23Jul45; LP13405.


  BOTANY WEATHER PREDICTIONS. Douglas Leigh, Inc. 7 films, 1 min. each.

    Appl. author: Douglas Leigh.

    © Douglas Leigh, Inc.; title, descr., & 32 prints, 10Feb44; MU14475.


  BOTH BARRELS BLAZING. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1945. 57 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Colbert Clark; director, Derwin Abrahams;
    original screenplay, William Lively; film editor, Henry Batista.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 17May45; LP13279.


  BOTTLE AND CUP FEEDING. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in
    collaboration with Arnold Gesell and the Clinic of Child
    Development, Yale University, c1947. 1 reel, si., b&w, 16mm.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 25Feb47; MP1767.


  A BOTTLE OF MILK. Herbert Kerkow, c1947. Presented by U.S. Information
    Service. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Director, Roger Barlow; narrator, Joseph Moncure March;
    editor, Stanley Cypher.

    © Herbert Kerkow; 4Feb47; MP1725.


  BOTTLE OF WINE. Video Varieties Corp. 3 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: "Bottle of Wine" is sung by The Striders, a Negro male
    quartet.

    © Video Varieties Corp.; title & descr., 13Sep49; 3 prints, 18May49;
    MU4536.


  BOTTOMS UP. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 8Dec41; MP11911.


  BOUNTIFUL ALASKA. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1945. 1 reel,
    sd., color. (Father Hubbard's Movietone Adventures)

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; continuity, Russ Sheilds; narrator,
    Lowell Thomas; music score, L. DeFrancesco. Cinecolor.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 26Oct45; MP146.


  A BOUT WITH A TROUT. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1947. 8 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Little Lulu Cartoon)

    Credits: Director, I. Sparber; story, I. Klein, Jack Ward.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 10Oct47; LP1244.


  THE BOWERY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 17Aug42; MP12850.


  BOWERY AT MIDNIGHT. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1942. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producers, Sam Katzman, Jack Dietz; director, Wallace Fox;
    original story and screenplay, Gerald Schnitzer; music director,
    Edward Kay; photography, Mack Stengler; film editor, Carl Pierson.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 25Sep42; LP11590.


  BOWERY BLITZKRIEG. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1941. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sam Katzman; director, Wallace Fox; original
    story, Brendan Wood, Donn Mullahy; screenplay, Sam Robins;
    photography, Marcel LePicard; film editor, Robert Golden.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 1Aug41; LP10663.


  BOWERY BOMBSHELL. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1946. 7 reels, sd., 35mm.
    Suggested by a story by Victor Hammond.

    Credits: Producers, Lindsley Parsons, Jan Grippo; director, Phil
    Karlson; original screenplay, Edmond Seward; music director, Edward
    Kay; photographer, William Sickner; editor, William Austin.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 1Jul46; LP408.


  BOWERY BOY. c1940. Presented by Republic Pictures. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Armand Schaefer; director, William
    Morgan; original story, Sam Fuller, Sidney Sutherland; screenplay,
    Robert Chapin, Harry Kronman, Eugene Solow; music director, Cy
    Feuer; photographer, Ernest Miller; film editor, Edward Mann.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 27Dec40; LP10175.


  BOWERY BUCKAROOS. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1947. 66 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Credits: Producer, Jan Grippo; director, William Beaudine; original
    screenplay, Tim Ryan, Edmond Seward, Jerry Warner.

    Cast: Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall, Bobby Jordan.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 22Nov47; LP1285.


  BOWERY BUGS. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1948. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Bugs Bunny Special)

    Credits: Director, Arthur Davis; voice, Mel Blanc; animation, Emery
    Hawkins, Basil Davidovich, J. C. Melendez, Don Williams.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 30Dec48; MP4149.


  BOWERY CHAMPS. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1944. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producers, Sam Katzman, Jack Dietz; director, William
    Beaudine; original story and screenplay, Earle Snell; photography
    Ira Morgan; film editor, John Link.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 21Oct44; LP12917.


  BOWERY TO BROADWAY. Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; c1944. 94 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, John Grant: director, Charles Lamont; original
    story, Edmund Joseph, Bart Lytton; screenplay, Edmund Joseph, Bart
    Lytton, Arthur Horman; music director, Edward Ward; cameraman
    Charles Van Enger; film editor, Arthur Hilton.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 26Oct44; LP12944.


  THE BOWLINE. Presented by United States Navy, sd., b&w.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 25Feb44; 6 prints,
    21Feb44; MU14524.


  THE BOWLING ALLEY-CAT. Loew's Inc., c1942. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 727 ft., sd., color. (An MGM Cartoon)

    Credits: Directors, William Hanna, Joseph Barbera; music, Scott
    Bradley. Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 1Jul42; LP11473.


  BOWLING FEVER. RKO Pathe, Inc., c1946. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Sportscope, no. 3)

    Credits: Producer, Jay Bonafield; director, Joseph Walsh; written by
    Burton Benjamin; narrated by Red Barber.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 15Nov46; MP1742.


  BOWLING FOR STRIKES. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1940. 1 reel,
    sd. (Ed Thorgersen's Sports Review)

    Credits: Producer, Truman Talley; continuity, Russ Sheilds;
    described by Ed Thorgersen; music score, L. De Francesco;
    photographer, Jack Kuhne.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 20Dec40; MP10871.


  BOWLING FUNDAMENTALS. Teaching Films, Inc., c1947. 15 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm.

    Credits: Writer, Krumgold; editor, Stenius.

    © Teaching Films, Inc.; 16Apr47; MP2132.


  BOWLING KINGS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1947. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (The World of Sports, no. 133)

    Credits: Director, Harry Foster; commentator, Bill Stern; music,
    Jack Shaindlin.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 13Nov47; MP2517.


  BOWLING SKILL. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1940. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Narrator, Ted Husing.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 26Jan40; MP9943.


  BOWLING TRICKS. Loew's Inc., c1947. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Pete
    Smith Specialty) An MGM picture.

    Summary: Trick shots by Andy Varipapa, expert bowler.

    Credits: Producer and narrator, Pete Smith; director, David Barclay;
    screenplay, Joe Ansen, David Barclay; film editor, Joseph Dietrick.

    © Loew's Inc.; 23Dec47; MP2603.


  BOXCAR RHAPSODY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 1Jun42; MP12636.


  A BOY, A GUN AND BIRDS. Released by Columbia Pictures Corp., c1939.
    673 ft., sd., color. (A Color Rhapsody)

    Credits: Director, Ben Harrison; animation, Manny Gould; music, Joe
    De Nat. Technicolor.

    © Screen Gems, Inc,; 18Dec39; LP9322.


  A BOY AND HIS DOG. Vitaphone Corp., c1947. 20 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    A Warner Bros. short subject.

    Credits: Director, LeRoy Prinz; original story, Samuel A. Derieux;
    screenplay, Saul Elkins.

    Cast: Harry Davenport, Billy Sheffield, Fleeta.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 22Apr47; LP961.


  THE BOY AND THE EAGLE. RKO Pathe, Inc., c1949. 15 min., sd., color,
    35mm.

    Summary: A bald eagle nursed back to health by a crippled boy helps
    him regain his courage to walk again.

    Credits: Producer and director, William R. Lasky; original story and
    screenplay, Daniel Pratt Mannix; narrator, Dickie Moore; music
    director, Nathaniel Shilkret.

    Cast: Dickie Moore.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 30Sep49; MP4638.


  THE BOY AND THE GIRL FROM NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA. Soundies
    Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 16Sep46; MP1165.


  THE BOY AND THE WOLF. Loew's Inc., c1943. 726 ft., sd., color. (A
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Cartoon)

    Credits: Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 29Apr43; LP12114.


  THE BOY FROM STALINGRAD. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1943. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Colbert Clark; director, Sidney Salkow; story,
    Robert Arden, Robert Lee Johnson; screenplay, Ferdinand Reyher;
    music, Gregory Stone; music director, M. W. Stoloff; film editor,
    Mel Thorsen.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 30Apr43; LP12014.


  BOY IN COURT; story of the juvenile court and probation. The National
    Probation Association. c1940. 12 min., sd., 16mm or 35mm.

    Credits: David H. Lion; narrator, Niles Welch.

    © The National Probation Association; 25Oct40; LP10091.


  BOY MEETS GIRL. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 26Apr43; MP13507.


  THE BOY, THE GIRL AND THE DOG. SEE Marry the Boss's Daughter.


  THE BOY WHO CRIED WOLF. SEE The Window.


  THE BOY WITH GREEN HAIR. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1948. Presented by
    Dore Schary. 82 min., sd., color, 35mm.

    Summary: A modern fable about the unhappy plight of children in a
    war-torn world. After an orphan's hair turns green overnight, he is
    jeered at by the townsfolk. Eventually his hair becomes a symbol for
    the need of tolerance and peace.

    Credits: Producer, Stephen Ames; director, Joseph Losey; story,
    Betsy Beaton; screenplay, Ben Barzman, Alfred Lewis Levitt; music,
    Leigh Harline; music director, C. Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Frank
    Doyle.

    Cast: Pat O'Brien, Robert Ryan, Barbara Hale, Dean Stockwell,
    Richard Lyon.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 24Nov48; LP2012.


  THE BOYS FROM SYRACUSE. Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; c1940. 8 reels,
    sd. Based on the stage play by George Abbott.

    Credits: Producer, Jules Levey; director, A. Edward Sutherland;
    screenplay, Leonard Spigelgass, Charles Grayson, Paul Gerard Smith;
    music director, Charles Previn; film editor, Milton Carruth.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc,; 18Jul40; LP9774.


  BOYS OF THE CITY. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1940. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sam Katzman; director, Joseph H. Lewis; original
    story and screenplay, William Lively; photography, Robert Cline;
    film editor, Carl Pierson.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 19Jul40; LP9809.


  BOYS' RANCH. Loew's Inc., c1946. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 10
    reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Sisk; director, Roy Rowland; original
    story and screenplay, William Ludwig; music score, Nathaniel
    Shilkret; film editor, Ralph E. Winters.

    © Loew's Inc.; 10Apr46; LP231.


  BRAINS CAN BE BEAUTIFUL. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1947. 1 reel, sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Director, Justin Herman; narrator, Kenneth Roberts.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 30May47; MP2089.


  BRAND OF FEAR. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1949. 56 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: A Western in which Jimmy and "Cannonball" come to the aid
    of the sheriff whose efforts to enforce law and order are stymied
    when the outlaws blackmail him.

    Credits: Producer, Louis Gray; director, Oliver Drake; original
    screenplay, Basil Dickey; music director, Edward Kay; film editor,
    Carl Pierson.

    Cast: Jimmy Wakely, "Cannonball" Taylor, Gail Davis, Tom London,
    Marshall Reed.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 10Jul49; LP2531.


  BRAND OF THE DEVIL. P.R.C. Pictures, Inc., c1944. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Arthur Alexander; director, Harry Fraser;
    original screenplay, Elmer Clifton; music director, Lee Zahler;
    photographer, Edward Kull; film editor, Charles Henkel, Jr.

    © P.R.C. Pictures, Inc.; 15Jul44; LP12736.


  BRANDIN' TIME. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Dec43; MP14430.


  BRANDING IRONS. Vitaphone Corp., c1947. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Warner Bros.

    Credits: Written and directed by Wayne Davis; narrator, Gayne
    Whitman.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 7Aug47; MP2282.


  BRANDSTOF EN WARMTE. SEE Fuels and Heat.


  THE BRASHER DOUBLOON. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1947. 72
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on "The High Window," a novel by Raymond
    Chandler.

    Credits: Director, John Brahm; screenplay, Dorothy Hannah;
    adaptation, Leonard Praskins; music director, Alfred Newman.

    Cast: George Montgomery, Nancy Guild, Conrad Janis.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 22Feb47; LP969.


  BRASIL. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in collaboration with
    Earle K. James, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Spanish version of
    "Brazil."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 18Mar47; MP1852.


  BRASIL (O POVOS DAS PLANTAÇÕES) Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.,
    in collaboration with Earle K. James, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Portuguese version of "Brazil."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 17Mar47; MP1856.


  THE BRAT. SEE Girl from Avenue A.


  THE BRAVE LITTLE BAT. c1941. 1 reel, sd. (Merrie Melodies) Leon
    Schlesinger Productions.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; story, Rich Hogan; animation,
    Rudolph Larriva; music director, Carl W. Stalling.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 27Sep41; MP11593.


  BRAVO, MR. STRAUSS. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1943. 1 reel, sd. George
    Pal Productions, Inc.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 10Mar43; LP11899.


  BRAZIL. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Oct44; MP15358.


  BRAZIL. c1944. Presented by Republic Pictures. 10 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Robert North; director, Joseph Santley;
    original story, Richard English; screenplay, Frank Gill, Jr., Laura
    Kerr; music, Ary Barroso; music director, Walter Scharf; orchestral
    arrangements, George Parrish; photographer, Jack Marta; film editor,
    Fred Allen.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 16Oct44; LP12997.


  BRAZIL. Time, Inc., c1944. 2 reels.

    © Time, Inc.; 2Oct44; MP15216.


  BRAZIL; people of the plantations. Erpi Classroom Films, Inc., c1940.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.; 10Dec40; MP10823.


  BRAZIL. SEE

      Brasil.

      Brasil. (O Povos das Plantaçoes)


  BREAD. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 15Feb46; MP262.


  BREAD AND WINE. International Film Foundation, Inc., c1947. 14 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: This picture emphasizes the social significance of the
    mezzadria system of Italian farming, and shows the daily life of the
    Italian farmers as they labor for their "bread and wine."

    Credits: Director, Victor Vicas; original story, Norman Borisoff;
    script, Basil Beyea; narrator, Tony Kraber.

    © International Film Foundation, Inc.; 26Jul47; MP2618.


  BREAD TRAILER; for "Give Us This Day." Presented by American Baking
    Institute. 3 min., sd.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © Anheuser-Busch, Inc.; title, descr., & 55 prints, 27May40;
    MU10235.


  BREAKDOWN BLUES. General Electric Co., c1949. 1/2 min., sd., color,
    35mm.

    Summary: An old mechanical refrigerator is compared to the General
    Electric refrigerator.

    © General Electric Co.; 22Apr49; MP4399.


  BREAKFAST IN HOLLYWOOD. Released through United Artists. c1946.
    Presented by Golden Pictures. 91 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Robert S. Golden; director, Harold Schuster;
    original story and screenplay, Earl Baldwin; music director, Nat W.
    Finston; film editor, Bernard W. Burton.

    © Golden Pictures, Inc.; 22Feb46; LP113.


  BREAKFAST IN RHYTHM. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1943. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 29Oct43; MP14087.


  BREAKIN' IT DOWN. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1946. 2 reels, sd.,
    35mm.

    Credits: Producer, Will Cowan; director, Lewis D. Collins; music
    director, Milton Rosen; film editor, Arthur Hilton.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 8Jul46; LP457.


  BREAKING THE BOTTLENECK. Presented by The Development Committee of the
    Folding Paper Box Association of America in cooperation with
    Ingersoll-Rand Co.

    Appl. authors: R. F. Burroughs, L. S. Johnson, J. D. Malcolmson, W.
    T. Ritter, H. W. Schwartz.

    © Folding Paper Box Association of America; title, descr., & 5
    prints, 5Apr45; MU15790.


  THE BREAST STROKE AND UNDERWATER SWIMMING. Presented by U. S. Coast
    Guard. sd.

    © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title, descr., & 35 prints,
    26Jul43; MU13774.


  BREATH OF LIFE. Donald D. McDonald, c1947. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Illustrates the use of the Blanchard portable plastic lung,
    a type of medical equipment that induces rhythmic breathing.

    © Donald D. McDonald; 1Jul47; MP2954.


  BREATHLESS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 22Jun42; MP12712.


  THE BREECHES BUOY; beach apparatus drill. Presented by United States
    Coast Guard. b&w.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 24Mar44; 6 prints,
    25Mar44; MU14654.


  BREEZY LITTLE BEARS. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1940. 1 reel, sd.
    (Paramount Paragraphics)

    Credits: Director, John A. Haeseler; written by Justin Herman;
    narrator, Frank Crumit; editor, Leslie Roush.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 27Dec40; LP10142.


  BRENDA STARR, REPORTER. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1945. 2 reels each
    (no. 1, 3 reels), sd. Based on the comic strip by Dale Messick. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.

    Credits: Director, Wallace W. Fox; original screenplay, Andy Lamb,
    George H. Plympton.

    1. Hot News. © 26Jan45; LP13282.

    2. The Blazing Trap. © 2Feb45; LP13289.

    3. Taken For a Ride. © 9Feb45; LP13307.

    4. A Ghost Walks. © 16Feb45; LP13314.

    5. The Big Boss Speaks. © 23Feb45; LP13325.

    6. Man Hunt. © 2Mar45; LP13351.

    7. Hideout of Terror. © 9Mar45; LP13360.

    8. Killer at Large. © 16Mar45; LP13373.

    9. Dark Magic. © 23Mar45; LP13386.

    10. A Double-Cross Backfires. © 30Mar45; LP13406.

    11. On the Spot. © 6Apr45; LP13419.

    12. Murder At Night. © 13Apr45; LP13432.

    13. The Mystery of the Payroll. © 20Apr45; LP13440.


  BREWSTER'S MILLIONS. Released through United Artists, c1945. Presented
    by Edward Small. 9 reels, sd. From the novel by George Barr
    McCutcheon and stage play by Winchell Smith and Byron Ongley.

    Credits: Director, Allan Dwan; screenplay, Siegfried Herzig, Charles
    Rogers, Wilkie Mahoney; music director, Louis E. Forbes; film
    editor, Richard Heermance.

    © Edward Small Productions, Inc.; 7Apr45; LP13220.


  THE BRIBE. Loew's Inc., c1949. 98 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. An MGM
    picture. Based on a short story by Frederick Nebel.

    Summary: A melodrama about a federal agent who investigates war
    surplus racketeering in Central America.

    Credits: Producer, Pandro S. Berman; director, Robert Z. Leonard;
    screenplay, Marguerite Roberts; music score, Miklos Rozsa; film
    editor, Gene Ruggiero.

    Cast: Robert Taylor, Ava Gardner, Charles Laughton, Vincent Price,
    John Hodiak.

    © Loew's Inc.; 15Feb49; LP2100.


  THE BRICK AND STONE MASON. c1945. 1 reel, sd. (Your Life Work Series)
    Vocational Guidance Films, Inc.

    © A. P. Twogood; 20Sep45; MP16607.


  BRICK BRADFORD. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1948. 2 reels each (no. 1, 3
    reels), sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the newspaper feature. © Columbia
    Pictures Corp.

    Credits: Producer, Sam Katzman; directors, Spencer Bennet, Thomas
    Carr; screenplay, George H. Plympton, Arthur Hoerl, Lewis Clay.

    1. Atomic Defense. © 5Jan48; LP1388.

    2. Flight to the Moon. © 5Jan48; LP1389.

    3. Prisoners to the Moon. © 5Jan48; LP1406.

    4. Into the Volcano. © 5Jan48; LP1407.

    5. Bradford at Bay. © 12Jan48; LP1418.

    6. Back to Earth. © 19Jan48; LP1428.

    7. Into Another Century. © 26Jan48; LP1469.

    8. Buried Treasure. © 2Feb48; LP1471.

    9. Trapped in the Time Top. © 9Feb48; LP1816.

    10. The Unseen Hand. © 16Feb48; LP1817.

    11. Poison Gas. © 23Feb48; LP1818.

    12. Door of Disaster. © 1Mar48; LP1490.

    13. Sinister Rendezvous. © 8Mar48; LP1506.

    14. River of Revenge. © 15Mar48; LP1512.

    15. For the Peace of the World. © 22Mar48; LP1524.


  BRIDE AND GLOOM. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1947. 16 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Credits: Director, Edward Bernds; story, John Grey; screenplay,
    Edward Bernds.

    Cast: Shemp Howard.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 27Mar47; LP919.


  BRIDE BY MISTAKE. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1944. 81 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Granet; director, Richard Wallace; original
    story, Norman Krasna; screenplay, Phoebe and Henry Ephron; music,
    Roy Webb; music director, C. Bakaleinikoff; editor, Les Millbrook.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., 9Aug44; LP13005.


  THE BRIDE CAME C. O. D. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1941. 10 reels,
    sd. A Warner Bros.-First National picture. From the story by Kenneth
    Earl and M. M. Musselman.

    Credits: Director, William Keighley; screenplay, Julius J. and
    Philip G. Epstein; music, Max Steiner.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 12Jul41; LP10585.


  BRIDE FOR SALE. Crest Productions, Inc. Released by RKO Radio
    Pictures, Inc., c1949. 87 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A farce in which a joint plot to teach a career girl a
    lesson backfires when both of the would-be teachers fall in love
    with her.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Skirball; director, William D. Russell;
    story, Joseph Fields, Frederick Kohner; screenplay, Bruce Manning,
    Islin Auster; music director, C. Bakaleinikoff; music, Frederick
    Hollander; film editor, Frederick Knudtson.

    Cast: Claudette Colbert, Robert Young, George Brent, Max Baer, Gus
    Schilling.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 13Nov49; LP2675.


  THE BRIDE GOES WILD. Loew's Inc., c1948. 98 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. An
    MGM picture.

    Summary: A romantic comedy about a gay, irresponsible bachelor who
    writes children's stories, and a prim New England school teacher who
    illustrates them.

    Credits: Producer, William H. Wright; director, Norman Taurog;
    original screenplay, Albert Beich; music score, Rudolph G. Kopp;
    film editor, George Boemler.

    Cast: Van Johnson, June Allyson, Butch Jenkins, Hume Cronyn, Una
    Merkel.

    © Loew's Inc.; 26Feb48; LP1510.


  BRIDE OF VENGEANCE. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1949. 92 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: A swashbuckling melodrama about the malevolence, intrigues,
    and political depredations of the bloodthirsty Borgias. Setting,
    Renaissance Italy.

    Credits: Producer, Richard Maibaum; director, Mitchell Leisen;
    story, Michael Hogan; screenplay, Cyril Hume, Michael Hogan; music
    score, Hugo Friedhofer; editor, Alma Macrorie.

    Cast: Paulette Goddard, John Lund, MacDonald Carey, Albert Dekker,
    John Sutton.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 6May49; LP2292.


  THE BRIDE WORE BOOTS. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1946. 9 reels, sd.
    From a story by Dwight Mitchell Wiley and a play by Harry Segall.

    Credits: Producer, Seton I. Miller; director, Irving Pichel;
    screenplay, Dwight Mitchell Wiley; music score, Frederick Hollander.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 14Mar46; LP348.


  BRIDELESS GROOM. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1947. 17 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Credits: Director, Edward Bernds; story and screenplay, Clyde
    Bruckman.

    Cast: The Three Stooges.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 11Sep47; LP1195.


  THE BRIDGE OF SAN LUIS REY. Released through United Artists, c1944.
    Presented by Benedict Bogeaus. 107 min., sd. A Rowland V. Lee
    production. From the novel by Thornton Wilder.

    Credits: Producer, Benedict Bogeaus; director, Rowland V. Lee;
    screenplay, Howard Estabrook; adaptation, Howard Estabrook, Herman
    Weissman; music director, Dimitri Tiomkin; cinematographer, John
    Boyle; film editor, Harvey Manger.

    © Benedict Bogeaus Productions; 11Feb44; LP12725.


  BRIDGE TROUBLE. Presented by Chevrolet. 1 min., sd., color.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Sales Corp.; title,
    descr., & 44 prints, 26Apr40; MU10216.


  BRIEF EINER UNBEKANNTEN. SEE Letter from an Unknown Woman.


  BRIEF ENCOUNTER. c1946. Presented by J. Arthur Rank. 9 reels, sd.,
    35mm. A Noel Coward-Cineguild production.

    Credits: Production and story, Noel Coward; director, David Lean;
    film editor, Jack Harris.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 22Oct46; LP650.


  BRIEF INTERVAL. Loew's Inc., c1943. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    962 ft., sd., b&w. (A Carey Wilson Miniature)

    Credits: Director, Sammy Lee; screenplay, Herman Boxer; music score,
    Daniele Amfitheatrof; film editor, Adrienne Fazan.

    © Loew's Inc.; 15Jan43; LP11790.


  BRIGHAM YOUNG. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1940. 10,275 ft.,
    sd.

    Credits: Director, Henry Hathaway; story, Louis Bromfield;
    screenplay, Lamar Trotti; music, Alfred Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 27Sep40; LP10118.


  BRIGHT SHINES THE MOON. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 25Sep44; MP15226.


  BRIGHT STARS, SOFT GUITARS AND YOU. Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 25May42; MP12594.


  THE BRIGHTON STRANGLER. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1945. 67 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Herman Schlom; director, Max Nosseck; original
    screenplay, Arnold Phillips, Max Nosseck; music, Leigh Harline;
    music director, C. Bakaleinikoff; editor, Les Millbrook.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 10May45; LP13344.


  BRIMSTONE. Republic Productions, Inc., c1949. 90 min., sd., color,
    35mm.

    Summary: A Western in which a stagerobbing cattleman, the local
    homesteaders, and the forces of law and order battle it out.

    Credits: Associate producer-director, Joseph Kane; story, Norman S.
    Hall; screenplay, Thames Williamson; music, Nathan Scott; film
    editor, Arthur Roberts.

    Cast: Rod Cameron, Adrian Booth, Walter Brennan, Forrest Tucker,
    Jack Holt.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 17Aug49; LP2511.


  BRING HIMSELF BACK ALIVE. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1940. 1 reel, sd.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 20Dec40; LP10131.


  BRING ON THE GIRLS. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1945. 10 reels, sd.,
    color. From a story by Pierre Wolff.

    Credits: Producer, Fred Kohlmar; director, Sidney Lanfield;
    screenplay, Karl Tunberg, Darrell Ware; music director, Robert
    Emmett Dolan; editor, William Shea. Technicolor.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 16Feb45; LP13216.


  BRINGING HOME THE BACON. Distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp., c1941. Presented by Paul Terry. 1 reel, sd. (An Aesop Fable)
    (A Terrytoon)

    Credits: Producer, Paul Terry; director, Mannie Davis; story, John
    Foster; music, Philip A. Scheib.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 11Jul41; MP11322.


  BRINGING UP FATHER. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1946. 8 reels, sd.,
    35mm. Based on the original newspaper feature by George McManus.

    Credits: Producer, Barney Gerard; director, Eddie Cline; original
    story, Barney Gerard, Eddie Cline; screenplay, Jerry Warner; music
    director, Edward J. Kay; photographer, L. W. O'Connell; film editor,
    Ralph Dixon.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 27Oct46; LP657.


  BRINGING UP FATHER. SEE

    Jiggs and Maggie in Court.

    Jiggs and Maggie in Jackpot Jitters.

    Jiggs and Maggie in Society.


  BRITAIN AND HER EMPIRE. SEE The March of Time, 1946.


  BRITAIN'S R.A.F. SEE The March of Time, v. 7, no. 2.


  BRITANNIA MEWS. SEE The Forbidden Street.


  BRITISH INTELLIGENCE. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1940. Based on a
    play by Anthony Paul Kelly.

    Credits: Director, Terry Morse; screenplay, Lee Katz.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 1Jan40; LP9355.


  BRITISH ISLES. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1948. 1 reel,
    sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Shows the farm lands and industrial centers of the British
    Isles, and such British products as cutlery, machine tools, pottery,
    and textiles. Britain is pictured as the world's greatest builder of
    ships, the world's greatest trader, and a nation whose people have
    fostered the spirit of freedom.

    Credits: Collaborator, Harold S. Kemp.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 24Nov48; MP3603.


  THE BROAD JUMP. Coronet, c1946. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Physical
    Education Series)

    Credits: Collaborator, Dean B. Cromwell.

    © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 4May46;
    MP2562.


  THE BROADER CONCEPT OF METHOD. PART 1. DEVELOPING PUPIL INTEREST.
    McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., c1947. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Teacher
    Education Series, Film 4)

    Summary: The film contrasts the teacher-dominated recitation with an
    informal classroom discussion. Prepared to accompany the textbook,
    "Student Teaching," by Dr. Raleigh Schorling.

    © McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 17Dec47; MP2675.


  THE BROADER CONCEPT OF METHOD. PART 2. TEACHER AND PUPILS PLANNING AND
    WORKING TOGETHER. McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., c1947. 19 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. (Teacher Education Series, Film 5)

    Summary: This film shows the activities of students who have
    organized into functional groups to work on a project, and indicates
    how the teacher can provide tactful guidance. Prepared to accompany
    the textbook, "Student Teaching," by Dr. Raleigh Schorling.

    © McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 17Dec47; MP2676.


  BROADWAY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946. 1 reel,
    sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Credits: Producer, William D. Alexander; director, Leonard Anderson.

    © Soundies Films, Inc. (in notice: Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc.); 30Dec46; MP1772.


  BROADWAY. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1942. 10 reels, sd. Based on
    the Jed Harris stage production by Philip Dunning and George Abbott.

    Credits: Producer, Bruce Manning; director, William A. Seiter;
    screenplay, Felix Jackson, John Bright; adaptation, Bruce Manning;
    photography, George Barnes; film editor, Ted Kent.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 11May42; LP11290.


  BROADWAY AND MAIN. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1946. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 4Feb46; MP191.


  BROADWAY BIG SHOT. Producers Releasing Corp., c1942. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Jed Buell; director, William Beaudine; original
    story and screenplay, Martin Mooney; film editor, Guy Thayer, Jr.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 28Jan42; LP11054.


  BROADWAY CABALLERO. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 16Mar41; MP10932.


  BROADWAY FARMER. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1945. 1 reel, sd.
    (Person-Oddity, no. 141)

    Credits: Producers, Joseph O'Brien, Thomas Mead; narrator, Ray
    Morgan.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 14Jun45; MP16062.


  BROADWAY LIMITED. Released through United Artists, c1941. Presented by
    Hal Roach. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Gordon Douglas; original screenplay, Rian James;
    music director, Marvin Hatley; film editor, Bert Jordan.

    © Hal Roach Studios, Inc.; 4Jun41; LP10507.


  BROADWAY MELODY OF 1940. Loew's Inc., c1940. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 11 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Cummings; director, Norman Taurog; original
    story, Jack McGowan, Dore Schary; screenplay, Leon Gordon, George
    Oppenheimer; music director, Alfred Newman; music arrangements,
    Roger Edens; orchestration, Edward Powell, Leo Arnaud, Charles
    Henderson; film editor, Blanche Sewell.

    © Loew's Inc.; 9Feb40; LP9467.


  BROADWAY RHYTHM. Loew's Inc., c1944. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    12 reels, sd., color. Based on the musical "Very Warm for May" by
    Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein, 2d.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Cummings; director, Roy Del Ruth; story,
    Jack McGowan; screenplay, Dorothy Kingsley, Harry Clork; music
    direction and supervision, Johnny Green; orchestrations, Ted Duncan,
    Sy Oliver, Lewis Raymond, Phil Moore; vocal arrangements, Hugh
    Martin, Ralph Blane, Kay Thompson, Gene DePaul; film editor, Albert
    Akst. Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 4Jan44; LP12542.


  BROADWAY RHYTHM. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 15Sep41; MP11567.


  BROKEN HEARTED BLUES. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1945. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Apr45; MP15887.


  BROKEN STRINGS. Riverside Pictures, c1948. 21 min., sd., color, 16mm.

    Summary: The adventures of three puppets and their educated cat who
    leave the world of puppets to enjoy the wonders of the outside
    world.

    Credits: Producers, Gordon T. Frye, Edgar W. Bensen; story, William
    LeCornec.

    © Edgar W. Bensen, Gordon T. Frye, t/a Riverside Pictures,
    Bensen-Frye Associates; 5Nov48; MP3637.


  BROKEN TREATIES. c1941. Presented by Columbia Pictures Corp. 705 ft.,
    sd., color. (This Changing World) A Cartoons Films, Ltd. picture. A
    Lawson Harris production.

    Credits: Director, Paul Fennell; music, Clarence Wheeler.
    Dunningcolor.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Aug41; MP12083.


  BRONCO BABES. SEE Variety Views, no. 163.


  BRONCS AND BRANDS. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1944. 1 reel, sd.
    (Grantland Rice Sportlight)

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 3Nov44; MP15364.


  BROOKLYN, I LOVE YOU. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd.,
    35mm. (A Pacemaker)

    Credits: Directed and written by Justin Herman.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 4Oct46; MP1178.


  BROOKLYN MAKES CAPITAL. SEE Variety Views, no. 168.


  BROOKLYN ORCHID. Released through United Artists, c1942. Presented by
    Hal Roach. 5 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Hal Roach; director, Kurt Neumann; screenplay,
    Earle Snell, Clarence Marks; music score, Edward Ward; film editor,
    Ray Snyder.

    © Hal Roach Studios, Inc.; 2Apr42; LP11189.


  BROOKLYN, U. S. A. SEE Variety Views, no. 166.


  BROOM AND PAN. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 20Dec43; MP14305.


  BROTHER BILL. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 5Mar45; MP15660.


  BROTHER BRAT. Released by Warner Bros., c1944. 7 min., sd., color.
    (Looney Tunes)

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; story, Warren Foster;
    animation, Isadore Ellis; music director, Carl W. Stalling.
    Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 24Oct44; MP15337.


  BROTHER KNOWS BEST. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1947. 19 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Producer, George Bilson; director, Hal Yates; screenplay,
    Charles E. Roberts; film editor, Edward W. Williams.

    Cast: Edgar Kennedy, Florence Lake, Dot Farley, Jack Rice.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 31Dec47; LP1411.


  BROTHER ORCHID. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1940. 10 reels. A Warner
    Bros.-First National picture. Based on the story by Richard Connell.

    Credits: Director, Lloyd Bacon; screenplay, Earl Baldwin.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 8Jun40; LP9689.


  BROTHER RAT AND A BABY. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1940. 11 reels,
    sd. A Warner Bros.-First National picture.

    Credits: Director, Ray Enright; original screenplay, John Monks,
    Jr., Fred F. Finklehoffe; music director, Leo F. Forbstein; film
    editor, Clarence Kolster.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 13Jan40; LP9340.


  BROTHERHOOD OF MAN. United Productions of America, c1947. 10 min.,
    sd., color, 16mm.

    Summary: A cartoon character, representing the average American,
    finds all races and nations living in his backyard. Initial distrust
    fades, and the neighbors resolve to create a world with equal
    opportunities for all.

    Credits: Director, Robert Cannon; screenstory, Ring Lardner, Jr.,
    Maurice Rapf, John Hubley, Phil Eastman.

    © United Productions of America; 18Jun47; MP2709.


  BROTHERS IN THE SADDLE. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1949. 60 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A Western in which a ranch hand, believing his worthless
    brother to be innocent of a murder charge, shields him until he is
    convinced of his guilt.

    Credits: Producer, Herman Schlom; director, Lesley Selander;
    original screenplay, Norman Houston; music, Paul Sawtell; music
    director, C. Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Samuel E. Beetley.

    Cast: Tim Holt, Richard Martin, Steve Brodie, Virginia Cox, Carol
    Forman.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 18Feb49; LP2167.


  BRUCE GENTRY. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1949. 2 reels each, sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.

    Credits: Producer, Sam Katzman; directors, Spencer Bennet, Thomas
    Carr; film editors, Earl Turner, Dwight Caldwell.

    1. The Mysterious Disc. © 10Feb49; LP2118.

    2. The Mine of Menace. © 17Feb49; LP2119.

    3. Fiery Furnace. © 24Feb49; LP2126.

    4. Grade Crossing! © 2Mar49; LP2139.

    5. Danger Trail. © 10Mar49; LP2152.

    6. A Fight for Life. © 17Mar49; LP2178.

    7. The Flying Disc. © 24Mar49; LP2191.

    8. Fate Takes the Wheel. © 31Mar49; LP2218.

    9. Hazardous Heights. © 7Apr49; LP2206.

    10. Over the Falls. © 14Apr49; LP2219.

    11. Gentry at Bay! © 21Apr49; LP2232.

    12. Parachute of Peril. © 28Apr49; LP2256.

    13. Menace of the Mesa. © 5May49; LP2277.

    14. Bruce's Strategy. © 12May49; LP2358.

    15. The Final Disc. © 19May49; LP2300.


  THE BRUSH SURFACE ANALYZER. 2 reels, si., b&w.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © Micromatic Hone Corp.; title, descr., & 220 prints, 23May40;
    MU10227.


  BRUSH TECHNIQUES; the language of watercolor. Encyclopaedia Britannica
    Films, Inc., in collaboration with Elio O'Hara, c1947. 1 reel, sd.,
    color, 16mm.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 13Aug47; MP2305.


  BRUTE FORCE. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1947. 98 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. From a story by Robert Patterson.

    Credits: Producer, Mark Hellinger; director, Jules Dassin;
    screenplay, Richard Brooks; music, Miklos Rozsa; film editor, Edward
    Curtiss.

    Cast: Burt Lancaster, Hume Cronyn, Charles Bickford, Yvonne De
    Carlo, Ann Blyth.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 25Jun47; LP1086.


  THE BRUTE MAN. c1946. 6 reels, sd., 35mm.

    Credits: Producer, Ben Pivar; director, Jean Yarbrough; original
    story, Dwight V. Babcock; screenplay, George Bricker, M. Coates
    Webster; film editor, Philip Cahn.

    Appl. author: PRC Pictures, Inc.

    © Pathe Industries, Inc.; 13Oct46; LP684.


  BUBBLE BEE. Walt Disney Productions. Distributed by RKO Radio
    Pictures, Inc., c1948. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Pluto Cartoon)

    Credits: Director, Charles Nichols; story, Milt Schaffer, Eric
    Gurney; music, Oliver Wallace; animation, Phil Duncan, Hugh Fraser,
    George Kreisl, Dan MacManus.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 12Jul48; LP2349.


  THE BUBBLE DANCE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 7Sep42; MP12933.


  BUBBLING TROUBLES. Loew's Inc., c1940. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 983 ft., sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Edward Cahn; screenplay, Hal Law, Robert McGowan;
    film editor, Ralph E. Goldstein.

    © Loew's Inc.; 29May40; LP9702.


  BUBLICHKI. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 12Oct42; MP13050.


  BUCCANEER BUNNY. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1948. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Bugs Bunny Special)

    Credits: Director, I. Freleng; story, Michael Maltese, Tedd Pierce;
    animation, Manuel Perez, Ken Champion, Virgil Ross, Gerry Chiniquy.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 31Mar48; MP2976; 24Oct48 (in notice: 1947);
    MP3434.


  BUCK BENNY RIDES AGAIN. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1940. 9 reels, sd.
    Based on an adaptation by Zion Myers of a story by Arthur Stringer.

    Credits: Producer and director, Mark Sandrich; screenplay, William
    Morrow, Edmund Beloin; photographer, Charles Lang; film editor,
    LeRoy Stone.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 23May40; LP9618.


  BUCK FEVER. Michigan Department of Conservation, c1949. 21 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm.

    Summary: Shows the extensive preparations which are made for a
    successful deer-hunting trip in Michigan.

    Credits: Photographer, Walter E. Hastings; scenario and editor, C.
    J. Tinker.

    © Michigan Department of Conservation, Education Division; 22Oct49;
    MP4823.


  BUCK PRIVATES. c1941. Presented by Universal Studios. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Alex Gottlieb; director, Arthur Lubin;
    original screenplay, Arthur T. Horman; music director, Charles
    Previn; cameraman, Milton Krasner; film editor, Philip Cahn.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 28Jan41; LP10211.


  BUCK PRIVATES COME HOME. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1947. 77 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a story by Richard Macaulay and Bradford
    Ropes.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Arthur; director, Charles T. Barton;
    screenplay, John Grant, Frederic I. Rinaldo, Robert Lees; music,
    Walter Schumann; orchestrations, David Tomkin; film editor, Edward
    Curtiss.

    Cast: Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Tom Brown, Joan Fulton, Nat
    Pendleton.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc. & C. S. Co.; 25Mar47; LP926.


  BUCKAROO BUGS. Released by Warner Bros., c1944. 7 min., sd., color.
    (Bugs Bunny Special) (Looney Tunes)

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; director, Robert Clampett;
    story, Lou Lilly; animation, Robert McKimson; music director, Carl
    W. Stalling.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 30Aug44; MP15164.


  BUCKAROO FROM POWDER RIVER. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1947. 55 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Producer, Colbert Clark; director, Ray Nazarro; original
    screenplay, Norman Hall; film editor, Paul Borofsky.

    Cast: Charles Starrett, Smiley Burnette, the Cass County Boys.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 14Oct47; LP1248.


  BUCKSKIN EMPIRE. SEE Buckskin Frontier.


  BUCKSKIN FRONTIER. United Artists Productions, Inc., c1943. Presented
    by Harry Sherman. 65 min., sd. From the story "Buckskin Empire" by
    Harry Sinclair Drago.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Sherman; director, Lesley Selander;
    screenplay, Norman Houston; music score, Victor Young; film editor,
    Sherman A. Rose.

    © United Artists Productions, Inc.; 17Feb43; LP12065.


  BUD ABBOT AND LOU COSTELLO IN HOLLYWOOD. Loew's Inc., c1945. Presented
    by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 8 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Producer, Martin A. Gosch; director, S. Sylvan Simon;
    original story, Nat Perrin, Martin A. Gosch; screenplay, Nat Perrin,
    Lou Breslow; music director, George Bassman; orchestrations, Ted
    Duncan; film editor, Ben Lewis.

    © Loew's Inc.; 14Aug45; LP290.


  BUDD INDUCTION HEATING PROCESS. Presented by Budd Induction Heating,
    Inc. sd., color.

    Credits: Kodachrome.

    © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 29Nov45; 11
    prints, 3Dec45; MU16574.


  BUDDY RICH AND HIS ORCHESTRA. Universal-International, c1948. 15 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A musical short.

    Credits: Producer and director, Will Cowan; film editor, Ralph
    Dawson.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 23Nov48; MP3559.


  BUENOS AIRES TODAY. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 809 ft., sd. (A
    Columbia Tour, no. 2–S.5)

    Credits: Narrator, John S. Martin.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 10Oct41; MP12094.


  BUENOS DIAS, CARMELITA. c1940. 600 ft., sd., 16mm.

    Appl. author: Harold Croghan.

    © C. O. Baptista; 4Nov40; LP10028.


  BUFFALO BILL. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1944. 8,126 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, William A. Wellman; original story, Frank Winch;
    screenplay, Aeneas MacKenzie, Clements Ripley, Cecile Kramer; music
    director, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 11Apr44; LP12908.


  BUFFALO BILL RIDES AGAIN. Jack Schwarz Productions, c1946. 70 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Schwarz; director, Bernard B. Ray; original
    screenplay, Fran Gilbert, Barney Sarecky; music composed, arranged
    and conducted by Modest Altschuller; film editor, Bob Crandall.

    Cast: Richard Allen, Jennifer Holt, Lee Shumway.

    © Jack Schwarz Productions; 15Dec46; LP874.


  BUFFALO GALS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 20Jul42; MP12800.


  THE BUG PARADE. c1941. 1 reel, sd. (Merrie Melodie) Leon Schlesinger
    Productions.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; story, Dave Monahan; animation,
    Rod Scribner; music director, Carl W. Stalling.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 21Oct41; MP11663.


  BUGDAY ÇIFTCÍSÍ. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel,
    sd.

    Credits: Collaborator, Herbert Bertsch Hartwig.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 10Jul46; MP894.


  BUGLE CALL RAG. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 9Feb42; MP12181.


  BUGLE CALL RAG. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 8Mar43; MP13337.


  THE BUGLE SOUNDS. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 10 reels, sd., b&w. Based upon a story by
    Lawrence Kimble and Cyril Hume.

    Credits: Producer, J. Walter Ruben; director, S. Sylvan Simon;
    screenplay, Cyril Hume; music score, Lennie Hayton; film editor, Ben
    Lewis.

    © Loew's Inc.; 16Dec41; LP11038.


  BUGLE WOOGIE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 9Mar41; MP10902.


  BUGS BUNNY AND THE THREE BEARS. Released by Warner Bros., c1944. 7
    min., sd., color. (Merrie Melodies)

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; story, Tedd Pierce; music
    director, Carl W. Stallings. Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 3May44; MP14790.


  BUGS BUNNY GETS THE BOID. c1942. 1 reel, sd. (Merrie Melodies) Leon
    Schlesinger Productions.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; story, Warren Foster;
    animation, Rod Scribner; music director, Carl W. Stalling.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 18Jul42; MP12689.


  BUGS BUNNY NIPS THE NIPS. Released by Warner Bros., c1944. 7 min.,
    sd., color. (Bugs Bunny Special)

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; director, Isadore Freleng;
    story, Tedd Pierce; animation, Gil Turner; music director, Carl W.
    Stalling. Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 23Apr44; MP14754.


  BUGS BUNNY RIDES AGAIN. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1947. 7 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. (Bugs Bunny Special)

    Credits: Director, I. Freleng; story, Tedd Pierce, Michael Maltese;
    music director, Carl Stalling.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 22Dec47; MP3148.


  BUICK'S ON THE JOB. Presented by Buick Motor Division, General Motors
    Corp. 3 reels, sd.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization, Inc.

    © General Motors Corp.; title & descr., 7Jan43; 170 prints, 4Jan43;
    MU13177.


  BUICK'S ON THE JOB. Presented by Buick Motor Co. 6 reels, b&w.

    © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 19Apr45; 7
    prints, 21Apr45; MU15861.


  BUICK'S ON THE JOB; building for total victory. Presented by Buick
    Motor Division, General Motors Corp. sd., b&w.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization, Inc.

    © General Motors Corp.; title, descr., & 12 prints, 9Oct44; MU15265.


  BUILD MY GALLOWS HIGH. SEE Out of the Past.


  BUILD YOUR VOCABULARY. Coronet, c1948. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Shows the advantages of a large vocabulary and demonstrates
    methods of vocabulary building.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, John J. DeBoer.

    © David A. Smart; 8Oct48; MP3714.


  BUILDING A HIGHWAY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1948. 1
    reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Explains how a highway is constructed. Sequences are
    entitled: Preparing the land, Paving the Highway, Making the Highway
    Safe.

    Credits: Collaborator: M. D. Lagaard.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 24Nov48; MP3602.


  BUILDING A HOUSE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in
    collaboration with Paul Hanna, c1947. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 14Nov47; MP2512.


  BUILDING AMERICA. Presented by Natural Gas Pipeline Co. of America.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © Natural Gas Pipeline Co. of America; title, descr., & 143 prints,
    12Sep41; MU11529.


  BUILDING AMERICA'S HOUSES; can costs be reduced? Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films, Inc., in collaboration with the Twentieth Century
    Fund and Miles L. Colean, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 10Jan47; MP1579.


  BUILDING AMERICA'S ORCHESTRAS—PATTERN IN STRINGS. Musilog Corporation
    of America, c1949. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: A teaching film designed to show to orchestra members the
    finger patterns for stringed instruments.

    Credits: Producer, Fleming Roberts; directors, Edwin F. Jones,
    Donald Phillips.

    © Musilog Corporation of America; 16Aug49; MP4704.


  BUILDING AN OUTLINE. Coronet, c1948. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: This film shows that clear thinking, economical use of
    time, and effective communication with others is the result of
    organization, and that preparing an outline for a theme is merely
    the "writing down" of orderly planning.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, William G. Brink.

    © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 9Jun48;
    MP3699.


  BUILDING MOTION ECONOMY INTO TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT. color. Saginaw
    Steering Gear Division, General Motors Corp.

    Appl. author: Otto W. Habel, Godfrey G. Kearful.

    © General Motors Corp.; title, descr., & 4 prints, 27Oct45; MU16444.


  THE BUILDING OF A TIRE. Walt Disney Productions, c1946. Presented by
    Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. 1 reel, sd., color, 16mm.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 14Feb46 (in notice: 1945); MP1635.


  BUILDING TYPING SKILL. Coronet, c1947. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborator, D. D. Lessenberry.

    © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 30Oct47;
    MP2560.


  BUILT FOR SPEED. Vitaphone Corp., c1948. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (The Sports Parade)

    Summary: The career of a driver in midget auto races is followed
    from his first driving test to his victory over veteran rivals in a
    big race.

    Credits: Directed and written by Robert Adams; narrator, Knox
    Manning; film editor, Everett Sutherland.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 1Jun48; MP3088.


  EL BULBO AL VACÍO. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in
    collaboration with Wilbur L. Beauchamp, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    16mm. Spanish version of "Vacuum Tubes."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 4Feb47; MP1674.


  BULGARIA. Eastman Kodak Co., Teaching Films Division, c1940. 985 ft.

    Appl. author: Kenneth R. Edwards.

    © Eastman Kodak Co., Teaching Films Division; 31Jul40; MP10706.


  THE BULLDOG AND THE BABY. Distributed by Columbia Pictures Corp.,
    c1942. 619 ft., sd. (Fable, no. 19)

    Credits: Director, Alec Geiss; story, Jack Cosgriff; animation,
    Volus Jones; music, Paul Worth.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 24Jul42; LP11699.


  BULLDOG DRUMMOND AT BAY. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1947. 70 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel by Sapper [pseud. of Herman Cyril
    McNeile]

    Credits: Producers, Louis B. Appleton, Jr., Bernard Small; director,
    Sidney Salkow; screenplay, Frank Gruber; music director, Mischa
    Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Aaron Stell.

    Cast: Ron Randell, Anita Louise.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 7Apr47; LP910.


  BULLDOG DRUMMOND STRIKES BACK. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1947. 7
    reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel by Sapper [pseud. of
    Herman Cyril McNeile]

    Credits: Producers, Louis B. Appleton, Jr., Bernard Small; director,
    Frank McDonald; screenplay, Edna Anhalt, Edward Anhalt; adaptation,
    Lawrence Edmund Taylor; music director, Mischa Bakaleinikoff; film
    editor, Richard Fantl.

    Cast: Ron Randell, Gloria Henry.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 4Sep47; LP1202.


  BULLET CODE. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1940. 58 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director, David Howard; story,
    Bennet Cohen; screenplay, Doris Schroeder; music director, Paul
    Sawtell; editor, Frederic Knudtson.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 2Apr40; LP9515.


  BULLET SCARS. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1942. 59 min., sd. A
    Warner Bros.-First National picture. Based upon an idea by Charles
    Belden and Sy Bartlett.

    Credits: Director, D. Ross Lederman; original screenplay, Robert E.
    Kent; music, Howard Jackson; film editor, James Gibbon.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 7Mar42; LP11115.


  BULLETS AND BALLADS. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1940. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Larry Ceballos; music director, Charles Previn;
    film editor, Charles Maynard.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 26Jan40; LP9374.


  BULLETS AND SADDLES. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1943. 6 reels, sd.
    Based on an original story by Arthur Hoerl.

    Credits: Producer, George W. Weeks; director, Anthony Marshall;
    screenplay, Elizabeth Beecher; music, Frank Sanucci; photography,
    Edward Kull; film editor, Roy Claire.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 17Sep43; LP12288.


  BULLETS FOR BANDITS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Barsha; director, Wallace W. Fox; original
    screenplay, Robert Lee Johnson; film editor, Mel Thorsen.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 12Feb42; LP11230.


  BULLETS FOR O'HARA. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1941. 6 reels. A
    Warner Bros.-First National picture. From a story by P. J. Wolfson.

    Credits: Director, William K. Howard; screenplay, Raymond Schrock.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 2Aug41; LP10619.


  BULLETS FOR RUSTLERS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Sam Nelson; original screenplay, John Rathmell;
    photography, George Meehan; film editor, Charles Nelson.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 9Feb40; LP9679.


  THE BULLFIGHTERS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1945. 5,400 ft.,
    sd.

    Credits: Director, Mal St. Clair; original screenplay, W. Scott
    Darling; music director, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 20Apr45; LP13383.


  BUMBLE BEE HOP. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946.
    Presented by RCM Productions, Inc. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Credits: Producer, Ben Hersh; director, Dave Gould.

    © Soundies Films, Inc. (in notice: Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc.); 30Dec46; MP1782.


  BUNDLE FROM BRAZIL. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1948. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Pacemaker Series)

    Summary: A coati mundi from Brazil has adventures in North America
    when he becomes the pet of a Brooklyn sports broadcaster.

    Credits: Director, John A. Haeseler.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 2Jan48; MP2592.


  A BUNDLE OF BLISS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 1,650 ft.

    Credits: Director, Jules White; story and screenplay, Ewart Adamson,
    Ben Roberts.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Nov40; LP10122.


  BUNDLE OF LOVE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 3May43; MP13537.


  BUNGALOW 13. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1948. 65
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A Belsam production.

    Summary: A mystery melodrama in which a private detective, after
    being involved in a series of sinister events, solves the murders
    perpetrated in a Los Angeles motor court.

    Credits: Producer, Sam Baerwitz; director, Edward L. Cahn;
    screenplay, Richard G. Hubler, Sam Baerwitz; editor, Lou Sackin.

    Cast: Tom Conway, Margaret Hamilton, Richard Cromwell, James Flavin,
    Marjorie Hoshelle.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 25Oct48; LP2114.


  BUNGLE IN THE JUNGLE. Impossible Pictures, Inc., c1949. 8 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Jerky Journeys)

    Credits: Produced and written by Leonard L. Levinson; drawn by Art
    Heinemann; narrator, Frank Nelson.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 15Jun49; LP2360.


  BURLESQUE. SEE When My Baby Smiles at Me.


  BURMA CONVOY. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1941. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Noel M. Smith; original screenplay, Stanley
    Rubin, Roy Chanslor.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 26Sep41; LP10729.


  THE BURNING BUSH. SEE The Vicious Circle.


  THE BURNING CROSS. Somerset Pictures Corp., c1947. 77 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Credits: Producer and director, Walter Colmes; screenplay, Aubrey
    Wisberg; music score, Ralph Stanley; film editor, Jason Bernie.

    Cast: Hank Daniels, Virginia Patton.

    © Somerset Pictures Corp.; 1Sep47; LP1187.


  A BURNT OFFERING. General Electric Co., c1949. 1/2 min., sd., color,
    35mm.

    Summary: shows how the beginner can learn to cook easily with a
    General Electric Stratoliner Range.

    © General Electric Co.; 22Apr49; MP4405.


  BURY ME DEAD. Eagle Lion Films, Inc., c1947. 69 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    A Ben Stoloff production. Based on a radio story by Irene Winston.

    Credits: Producer, Charles F. Riesner; director, Bernard Vorhaus;
    screenplay, Karen DeWolf, Dwight V. Babcock; music, Emil Cadkin;
    music director, Irving Friedman; film editor, W. Donn Hayes.

    Cast: Cathy O'Donnell, June Lockhart, Hugh Beaumont, Mark Daniels.

    © Pathe Industries, Inc.; 18Oct47; LP1277.


  BURY ME NOT ON THE LONE PRAIRIE. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1940.
    6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Ray Taylor; original story, Sherman Lowe;
    screenplay, Sherman Lowe, Victor McLeod; music director, Charles
    Previn; photography, Jerry Ash; film editor, Charles Maynard.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 25Nov40; LP10071.


  THE BUS DRIVER. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 15Feb46; MP263.


  BUS PESTS. Loew's Inc., c1945. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 782
    ft., sd., b&w. (A Pete Smith Specialty)

    Credits: Producer and narrator, Pete Smith; original story and
    screenplay, Parkyakarkus, Joe Ansen; film editor, J. J. Durant, Jr.

    © Loew's Inc., 4Oct45; LP234.


  BUSH CHRISTMAS. Released through Universal International, c1947.
    Presented by J. Arthur Rank. 8 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. A Prestige
    picture.

    Credits: Producer and director, Ralph Smart; music, Sydney John Kay;
    photography, George Heath.

    Cast: Chips Rafferty, John Fernside, Helen Grieve, Stan Tolhurst,
    Pat Penny.

    Appl. author: Universal Pictures Co., Inc.

    © General Film Distributors, Ltd.; 11Dec47; LP1922.


  BUSH PILOT.

    Appl. author: W. Scott Darling.

    © Dominion Productions, Ltd.; title, descr., & 41 prints, 22Nov46;
    LU679.


  BUSH PILOT. Dominion Productions, Ltd., Canada, c1947. 8 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Producer, Larry Cromien; director, Sterling Campbell;
    original story and screenplay, W. Scott Darling; music score and
    direction, Samuel Hersenhoren; film editor, Jack Ogilvie.

    Cast: Rochelle Hudson, Jack La Rue, Austin Willis.

    © Dominion Productions, Ltd.; 15Apr47; LP1024.


  BUSHLAND SYMPHONY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1949. 1
    reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Scenes of kangaroos, koala bears, and the variety of birds
    which inhabit a wild life preserve in western New South Wales.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 20May49; MP4163.


  BUSHLAND SYMPHONY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1949. 1
    reel, si., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Scenes of kangaroos, koala bears, and the variety of birds
    which inhabit a wild life preserve in western New South Wales.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 13Jun49; MP4346.


  BUSMAN'S HONEYMOON. SEE Haunted Honeymoon.


  BUSSES ROAR. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1942. 60 min., sd. A Warner
    Bros.-First National picture.

    Credits: Director, D. Ross Lederman; original story, Anthony
    Coldewey; screenplay, George R. Bilson, Anthony Coldewey; film
    editor, James Gibbon.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 19Sep42; LP11584.


  BUSY BAKERS. The Vitaphone Corp., c1940. 1 reel, sd. (Merrie Melodies)

    Credits: Story, Jack Miller; animation, Richard Bickenbach.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 10Feb40; MP9967.


  BUSY BUDDIES. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1944. 1,523 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Del Lord; story and screenplay, Del Lord, Elwood
    Ullman.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 17Mar44; LP12549.


  BUT WHAT ARE THESE? Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1946. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 7Oct46; MP1196.


  BUTCH MINDS THE BABY. c1942. Presented by Mayfair Productions. 8
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Albert S. Rogell; original story, Damon Runyon;
    screenplay, Leonard Spigelgass; photography, Elwood Bredell.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 23Mar42; LP11163.


  THE BUTCHER OF SEVILLE. Distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp., c1944. Presented by Paul Terry. 1 reel, sd., color.
    (Terrytoon)

    Credits: Director, Eddie Donnelly; story, John Foster; music, Philip
    A. Scheib. Technicolor.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 7Jan44; LP12919.


  BUTTER TROUBLE. General Electric Co., c1949. 1/2 min., sd., color,
    35mm.

    Summary: Shows how the butter conditioner adds to the usefulness of
    General Electric's modern refrigerator.

    © General Electric Co.; 22Apr49; MP4412.


  BUTTERFLIES. SEE

    Borboletas.

    Mariposas.


  BUTTERFLY BOTANISTS. Coronet, c1947. 11 min., sd., color, 16mm.

    Summary: The life stories of the Monarch, Viceroy, Black
    Swallowtail, and other butterflies, with references to the plants on
    which they live.

    Credits: Collaborator, Edwin Way Teale.

    © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 29Aug47;
    MP2582.


  BUTTERSCOTCH AND SODA. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1948. 8 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Noveltoon)

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 4Jun48; LP1654.


  BUY A SWELL TIME FOR A DIME. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    Inc., c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 27Mar44; MP14663.


  BUY ME THAT TOWN. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1941. 7 reels, sd. Based
    on a story by Henry A. Gourfain, Murray Boltinoff and Martin Rackin.

    Credits: Producer, Sol C. Siegel; director, Eugene Forde;
    screenplay, Gordon Kahn; photography, Theodore Sparkuhl; film
    editor, William Shea.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 3Oct41; LP10749.


  BUYER BEWARE. Loew's Inc., c1940. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 2
    reels, sd., b&w. (A Crime Does Not Pay Subject) Based on an original
    idea by Scott Littleton.

    Credits: Director, Joe Newman; screenplay, Julian Hochfelder, Alan
    Friedman; film editor, Adrienne Fazan.

    © Loew's Inc.; 14Aug40; LP9893.


  BUYING A DOG. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd. (Grantland
    Rice Sportlight)

    Credits: Narrator, Ted Husing.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 26Dec41; MP11973.


  BUZZ ME. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 2Apr45; MP15783.


  BUZZY RIDES THE RANGE. Ellkay Productions, c1940. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Richard C. Kahn.

    © Ellkay Productions; 30Dec40; LP10145.


  BY AN OLD SOUTHERN RIVER. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 16Mar42; MP12343.


  BY JUPITER. Wilding Picture Productions, Inc., c1946. 3 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm.

    Credits: Director, Jack Tilles; story, Bruce Henry.

    © Marshall Field & Co.; 19Nov46; LP856.


  BY THE BEAUTIFUL SEA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 12Jun44; MP14927.


  BY THE LIGHT OF THE SILVERY MOON. Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 28Sep42; MP13036.


  BY THE LIGHT OF THE SILVERY MOON. Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 13May46; MP557.


  BYE, BYE, BABY. Video Varieties Corp. 3 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: "Bye, Bye, Baby" is sung by The Striders, a Negro male
    quartet.

    © Video Varieties Corp.; title & descr., 13Sep49; 3 prints, 18May49;
    MU4522.


  BYE, BYE, BLUE BEARD. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1949. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Merrie Melodies)

    Credits: Director, Arthur Davis; story, Sid Marcus; animation, Basil
    Davidovich, J. C. Melendez, Don Williams, Emery Hawkins.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 25Oct49; MP4644.



                                   C


  C-MAN. Laurel Films, Inc. Released through Film Classics, Inc., c1949.
    77 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: An action melodrama in which an investigator of the U.S.
    Customs Department tracks down a jewel smuggler and uncovers a
    series of murders. Filmed in New York.

    Credits: Producer and director, Joseph Lerner; original screenplay,
    Berne Giler; music, Gail Kubik; film editor, Geraldine Lerner.

    Cast: Dean Jagger, John Carradine, Lottie Elwen, Rene Paul, Harry
    Landers.

    © Laurel Films, Inc.; 16May49; LP2286.


  EL CABALLO. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in collaboration
    with Ernest Horn, Arthur I. Gates and Celeste C. Pearson, c1947. 1
    reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Spanish version of "The Horse."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 6Feb47; MP1682.


  CABIN IN THE SKY. Loew's Inc., c1943. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 10 reels, sd., sepia. Based upon the musical
    play, book by Lynn Root, lyrics by John Latouche and music by Vernon
    Duke. Produced on the stage by Albert Lewis in association with
    Vinton Freedley.

    Credits: Producer, Arthur Freed; director, Vicente Minnelli;
    screenplay, Joseph Schrank; music adaptation; Rober Edens; music
    direction, Georgie Stoll; orchestration, George Bassman; film
    editor, Harold F. Kress.

    © Loew's Inc.; 9Feb43; LP11861.


  CABRAS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in collaboration with
    Ernest Horn, Arthur I. Gates, and Celeste C. Pearson, c1947. 1 reel,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. Spanish version of "Goats".

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc.; 18Mar47; MP1850.


  CABRITOS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in collaboration with
    Ernest Horn, Arthur I. Gates, and Celeste C. Pearson, c1947. 1 reel,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. Portuguese version of "Goats."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 17Mar47; MP1854.


  CACTUS ARTIST. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1943. 1 reel, sd.
    (Person-Oddity, no. 122)

    Credits: Producers, Joseph O'Brien, Thomas Mead; narrator, John
    Patrick Costello.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 18Jun43; MP13686.


  CACTUS CAPERS. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1942. 17 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director, Charles Roberts; story,
    Max Bercutt.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 14Apr42; LP11205.


  THE CACTUS CUT-UP. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1949. 17 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Credits: Producer, George Bilson; direction and screenplay, Charles
    E. Roberts; film editor, Tholen Gladden.

    Cast: Leon Errol, Dorothy Granger, Noel Neill, Rolland Morris, Ralph
    Peters.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 15Apr49; LP2290.


  CACTUS MAKES PERFECT. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 1,572 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Del Lord; story and screenplay, Elwood Ullman,
    Marty Collins.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp., 18Feb42; LP11064.


  CAD AND CADDY. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1947. 8 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Little Lulu Cartoon)

    Credits: Director, I. Sparber; story, Woody Geldman, Larry Riley.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc., 16Jul47; LP1091.


  CADET CAGERS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1945. 789 ft., sd. (The World
    of Sports)

    Credits: Director, Harry Foster; commentator, Bill Stern;
    photographer, Jack Etra.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 22Nov45; MP141.


  CADET GIRL. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1941. 6,250 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Ray McCarey; original story, Jack Andrews,
    Richard English; screenplay, Stanley Rauh, H. W. Hanemann; music
    director, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 28Nov41; LP10901.


  CADETS ON PARADE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Wallace McDonald; director, Lew Landers; story,
    Frank Fenton, Martha Barnett; screenplay, Howard J. Green; film
    editor, Richard Fantl.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 19Jan42; LP11016.


  CAESAR AND CLEOPATRA. Released through United Artists, c1946.
    Presented by G.C.F. 14 reels., sd., color, 35mm. By Bernard Shaw.

    Credits: Producer, and director, Gabriel Pascal; scenario and
    dialogue, Bernard Shaw; music, Georges Avric; editor, Frederick
    Wilson. Technicolor.

    © General Film Distributors, Ltd.; 16Aug46; LP608.


  CAFE SOCIETY. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1949. 11 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Cavalcade of Broadway)

    Credits: Producer, and director, Harry Foster; editor, Dan Heiss.

    Cast: Earl Wilson.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 17Nov49; MP4742.


  LA CAGE AUX ROSSIGNOLS. SEE A Cage of Nightingales.


  A CAGE OF NIGHTINGALES. (LA CAGE AUX ROSSIGNOLS). Produced in France
    by Gaumont, 1946. Released in the U.S. by Lopert Films, Inc., c1947.
    9 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. In French with English titles.

    Summary: A young instructor in a French reform school forms a boys'
    choir, and with kindness and understanding brings out the latent
    good in his undisciplined students.

    Credits: Director, Jean Dreville; screen adaptation, Noël-Noël, Rene
    Wheeler; dialogue, Noël-Noël; music, Rene Colerec.

    Appl. author: Gaumont.

    © Lopert Films, Inc.; 27Feb47; LP1599.


  CAGED FURY. Paramount Pictures, Inc., c1948. 61 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A circus provides the setting for murder and romance.

    Credits: Producers, William H. Pine, William C. Thomas; director,
    William Berke; screenplay, David Lang; film editor, Howard Smith.

    Cast: Richard Denning, Sheila Ryan, Buster Crabbe, Mary Beth Hughes.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 5Mar48; LP1493.


  CAGEY BIRD. Screen Gems, Inc., c1946. 595 ft., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Flippy Cartoon)

    Credits: Director, Howard Swift; story, Sid Jenkins; music, Eddie
    Kilfeather. Technicolor.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 18Jul46; LP646.


  THE CAGEY CANARY. c1941. 1 reel, sd. (Merrie Melodies) Leon
    Schlesinger Productions.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; story, Michael Maltese;
    animation, Robert McKimson; music director, Carl W. Stalling.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 26Dec41; MP12323.


  CAIN. SEE Savage Bride.


  CAIRO. Loew's Inc., c1942. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 10 reels,
    sd., b&w. Based upon an idea by Ladislas Fodor.

    Credits: Director, W. S. Van Dyke II; screenplay, John McClain;
    music score, Herbert Stothart; film editor, James E. Newcom.

    © Loew's Inc.; 11Aug42; LP11524.


  THE CAISSONS GO ROLLING ALONG. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 20Apr42; MP12461.


  CAJUNS OF THE TECHE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 968 ft., sd.
    (Quaint Folks, series 1, no. 1)

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 13Aug42; MP13508.


  CAKEWALK POLKA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 11Mar46; MP286.


  CALABOOSE. Released through United Artists, c1942. Presented by Hal
    Roach. 5 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Glenn Tryon; director, Hal Roach, Jr.; original
    story, Donald Hough; screenplay, Arnold Belgard; adaptation, Harvey
    Thew; music score, Edward Ward; film editor, Bert Jordan.

    © Hal Roach Studios, Inc.; 24Sep42; LP11877.


  CALCUTTA. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1947. 83 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Produced and written for the screen by I. Miller; director,
    John Farrow; music score, Victor Young; editor, Archie Marshek.

    Cast: Alan Ladd, Gail Russell, William Bendix, June Duprez.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 30May47; LP1026.


  CALDONIA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 11Jun45; MP16076.


  CALENDAR GIRL. Republic Productions, Inc., c1947. 88 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Credits: Associate producer and director, Allan Dwan; original
    story, Lee Loeb; screenplay, Mary Loos, Richard Sale, Lee Loeb;
    music director, Cy Feuer; orchestrations, Leo Arnaud; film editor,
    Fred Allen.

    Cast: Jane Frazee, William Marshall, Gail Patrick, Kenny Baker,
    Victor McLaglen.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 22Jan47; LP843.


  CALGARY STAMPEDE. The Vitaphone Corp., c1949. 20 min., sd., color,
    35mm. Warner Bros.

    Summary: Calgary, in the heart of the Canadian Rockies, has a
    week-long celebration and rodeo. A chuck wagon race climaxes the
    events.

    Credits: Director, Saul Elkins; written by Herman Boxer; narrator,
    Art Gilmore.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 2Jan49; MP3656.


  CALIFORNIA. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1947. 97 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Based on a story by Boris Ingster.

    Credits: Producer, Seton I. Miller; director, John Farrow;
    screenplay, Frank Butler, Theodore Strauss; music, Earl Robinson;
    music score, Victor Young; film editor, Eda Warren.

    Cast: Ray Milland, Barbara Stanwyck, Barry Fitzgerald, George
    Coulouris, Albert Dekker.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc,; 21Feb47; LP860.


  CALIFORNIA FIREBRAND. Republic Productions, Inc., c1948. 63 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm.

    Summary: A musical Western in which a cowboy prevents a dishonest
    mayor from stealing valuable mining land.

    Credits: Associate producer, Melville Tucker; director, Philip Ford;
    screenplay, J. Benton Cheney, John K. Butler; adaptation, Royal K.
    Cole; music director, Mort Glickman; film editor, Tony Martinelli.

    Cast: Monte Hale, Adrian Booth, Paul Hurst, Alice Tyrrell, Foy
    Willing.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 19Mar48; LP1521.


  CALIFORNIA GOLD RUSH. c1946. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels,
    sd. Based on Fred Harman's comic, "Red Rider".

    Credits: Associate producer, Sidney Picker; director, R. G.
    Springsteen; original screenplay, Bob Williams; music director,
    Richard Cherwin; photographer, William Bradford; film editor,
    Charles Craft.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 5Feb46; LP105.


  CALIFORNIA, HERE WE ARE. Released by Warner Bros., c1944. 10 min.,
    sd., color. (Sports Parade)

    Credits: Narrator, Knox Manning. Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 18Dec44; MP15482.


  CALIFORNIA JOE. c1943. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Eddy White; director, Spencer Bennet;
    original screenplay, Norman S. Hall; music score, Mort Glickman;
    photographer, Ernest Miller; film editor, Harry Keller.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 16Dec43; LP12409.


  THE CALIFORNIA JUNIOR SYMPHONY; under the direction of Peter
    Meremblum. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1942. 20 min., sd.
    (Broadway Brevities)

    Credits: Director, Jean Negulesco; written and narrated by Owen
    Crump.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 18Apr42; LP11211.


  CALIFORNIA OR BUST. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1941. 18 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; direction and story, Lloyd French;
    film editor, John Lockert.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 7Nov41; LP10907.


  CALIFORNIA THOROUGHBREDS. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1940. 10 min.,
    sd., color. (The Sports Parade)

    Credits: Directed and written by Del Frazier; commentator, Wendell
    Niles.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 22Dec40; MP10813.


  CALIFORNY ER BUST! Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel, sd., color. (A Walt Disney Goofy)

    Credits: Director, Jack Kinney; story Bill Peed; animation, Andy
    Engman, Al Bertino, John Sibley, Jack Boyd; music, Paul J. Smith.
    Technicolor.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 1Feb45; LP1316.


  CALL NORTHSIDE 777. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1948. 9,969
    ft., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on articles by James P. McQuire.

    Credits: Producer, Otto Lang; director, Henry Hathaway; screenplay,
    Jerome Cady, Jay Dratler; adaptation, Leonard Hoffman, Quentin
    Reynolds; music director, Alfred Newman.

    Cast: James Stewart, Richard Conte, Lee J. Cobb, Helen Walker, Betty
    Garde.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 28Jan48; LP1866.


  CALL OF CANADA. Twentieth Century-Fox Corp., c1941. 1 reel, sd.
    (Lowell Thomas' Magic Carpet of Movietone)

    Credits: Producer, Truman Talley; continuity, David Cooper; music
    score, L. De Francesco; photographer, Jack Painter.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 5Dec41; MP12250.


  CALL OF THE CANYON. c1942. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Harry Grey; director, Joseph Santley;
    original story, Maurice Rapf, Olive Cooper; screenplay, Olive
    Cooper; photographer, Reggie Lanning; film editor, Edward Mann.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 10Aug42; LP11569.


  THE CALL OF THE CANYON. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 26May41; MP11177.


  CALL OF THE CANYON. SEE Variety Views, no. 173.


  CALL OF THE JUNGLE. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1944. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producers, Philip N. Krasne, James S. Burkett; director,
    Phil Rosen; original screenplay, George Callahan; photographer,
    Arthur Martinelli; film editor, Marty Cohn.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 24Jun44; LP12720.


  CALL OF THE ROCKIES. c1944. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels,
    sd. A Smiley Burnette production.

    Credits: Associate producer, Louis Gray; director, Lesley Selander;
    original screenplay, Bob Williams; music score, Joseph Dubin;
    photographer, John MacBurnie; film editor, Harry Keller.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 8Jun44; LP12699.


  CALL OF THE SEA. SEE Variety Views, no. 107.


  CALL OF THE SOUTH SEAS. c1944. Presented by Republic Studios. 6 reels.

    Credits: Associate producer, Walter Goetz; director, Jack English;
    original screenplay, Albert DeMond; cameraman, Bill Bradford; film
    editor, Dick Van Enger.

    Appl. Author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 9May44; LP12716.


  CALL OUT THE MARINES. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1941. 67 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Howard Benedict; original screenplay and
    direction, Frank Ryan, William Hamilton; music director, C.
    Bakaleinikoff; orchestrations, Gene Rose; editor, Theron Warth.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 15Dec41; LP11023.


  CALL TO ARMS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 8Jan45; MP15560.


  CALLING ALL BOYS. SEE Tex Granger.


  CALLING ALL FIBBERS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1945. 1,526 ft., sd.

    Credits: Producer and director, Jules White.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 18Oct45; LP13554.


  CALLING ALL GIRLS. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1942. 20 min., sd.
    (Broadway Brevities)

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 10Apr42; LP11197.


  CALLING ALL HUSBANDS. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1940. 7 reels. A
    Warner Bros.-First National picture. From a play by Martin Flavin.

    Credits: Director, Noel Smith; screenplay, Robert E. Kent.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 7Sep40; LP9892.


  CALLING ALL KIDS. Loew's Inc., c1943. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 996 ft., sd., b&w.

    Credits: Written and directed by Sam Baerwitz; music score, Max
    Terr, Nathaniel Shilkret; film editor, Leon Bourgeau.

    © Loew's Inc.; 13Apr43; LP12011.


  CALLING ALL MARINES. c1939. Presented by Republic Pictures. 7 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Armand Schaefer; directed by John H.
    Auer; original story idea, Harrison Carter; screenplay, Earl Felton;
    music director, Cy Feuer; photographer, Ernest Miller; film editor,
    Ernest Nims.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 21Sep39; LP9326.


  CALLING ALL PA'S. Loew's Inc., c1942. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 838 ft., sd., b&w. (A Pete Smith Specialty)

    Credits: Director, Will Jason; original story and screenplay, Joe
    Ansen; film editor, Philip Anderson.

    © Loew's Inc.; 23Oct42; LP11671.


  CALLING DR. DEATH. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1943. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Ben Pivar; director, Reginald LeBorg; original
    screenplay, Edward Dein; film editor, Norman Cerf.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 10Dec43; LP12419.


  CALLING DR. GILLESPIE. Loew's Inc., c1942. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 8 reels, sd., b&w. From an original story by
    Kubec Glasmon. Based upon the characters created by Max Brand
    [pseud. of Frederick Faust].

    Credits: Director, Harold S. Bucquet; screenplay, Willis Goldbeck,
    Harry Ruskin; music score, Daniele Amfitheatrof; film editor, Elmo
    Veron.

    © Loew's Inc.; 16Jun42; LP11431.


  CALLING DR. PORKY. The Vitaphone Corp., c1940. 1 reel, sd. (Looney
    Tunes)

    Credits: Story, Jack Miller; animation, Herman Cohen.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 23Aug40; MP10475.


  CALLING ON COLOMBIA. c1940. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 737 ft.,
    sd., color. (James A. FitzPatrick's Traveltalks)

    Credits: Narrator, James A. FitzPatrick; music score, Nat Finston,
    C. Bakaleinikoff; photographer, Bob Carney. Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 2Mar40; MP10110.


  CALLING ON COSTA RICA. Loew's Inc., c1947. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (James A. FitzPatrick's Traveltalks) An MGM picture.

    Credits: Produced and narrated by James A. FitzPatrick; music score,
    Nat Finston.

    © Loew's Inc., 26Feb47; MP1795.


  CALLING ON MICHIGAN. Loew's Inc., c1949. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (James A. FitzPatrick's Traveltalks) An MGM picture.

    Summary: Shows many points of interest in the state of Michigan.
    Includes scenes of Lansing and the State College of Agriculture and
    Applied Science, the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, the State
    Fish Hatchery at Grayling, the city of Detroit, and Greenfield
    Village, which was founded by Henry Ford.

    Credits: Producer and narrator, James A. FitzPatrick; music score,
    Joseph Nussbaum.

    © Loew's Inc.; 1Mar49 (in notice: 1948); MP3834.


  CALLING PHILO VANCE. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1940. 7 reels. A
    Warner Bros.-First National picture. From "The Kennel Murder Case"
    by S. S. Van Dine [pseud. of Willard Huntington Wright]

    Credits: Director, William Clemens; screenplay, Tom Reed.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 3Feb40; LP9397.


  CALLING WILD BILL ELLIOTT. c1943. Presented by Republic Pictures. 55
    min., sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Harry Grey; director, Spencer Bennet;
    original story, Luci Ward; screenplay, Anthony Coldewey; music
    score, Mort Glickman; photographer, Ernest Miller; film editor,
    Edward Schroeder.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 21Apr43; LP12018.


  CALUMET BLUEBLOODS. RKO Pathe, Inc., c1949. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Sportscope, no. 12)

    Summary: Scenes of Calumet Farm, a breeding farm for thoroughbred
    race horses near Lexington, Ky. Shows the last pictures of Pensive,
    sire of Ponder, and includes shorts of Derby winners that were
    trained at the farm.

    Credits: Producer, Jay Bonafield; director, Joseph Walsh; narrator,
    Clem McCarthy; editor, Gene Milford.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 29Jul49; MP4636.


  CAMERA ANGLES. Vitaphone Corp., c1948. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Warner Bros.

    Summary: Outstanding Hollywood photographers are shown at work
    taking pictures of Hollywood stars for magazines and newspapers.

    Credits: Producer, Gordon Hollingshead; director, Gene Lester;
    narrator, Art Gilmore.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 15Dec48; MP3967.


  CAMERA DIGEST. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1944. 971 ft. (A Columbia
    Panoramic)

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 14Jan44; MP14479.


  CAMOUFLAGE IN NATURE BY FORM AND COLOR MATCHING. Coronet, c1946. 10
    min., sd., color, 16mm.

    Summary: Shows that certain birds, animals, and fish resemble their
    surroundings in form, and outline, while large and well-defended
    animals are likely to lack nature's camouflage.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, Harriet M. Smith; photography, A.
    M. Bailey, O. S. Pettingill, A. L. Melander.

    © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 5Mar46
    (in notice: 1945); MP3693.


  CAMOUFLAGE IN NATURE BY PATTERN MATCHING. Coronet, c1946. 33 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Explains that different types of living creatures—such as
    birds, squirrels, fish, and deer—have protective color patterns
    which merge with their surroundings; that some creatures change
    their color patterns to match their surroundings; and that age and
    sex appear to be related to nature's schemes for camouflage.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, Harriet M. Smith.

    © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 5Mar46
    (in notice: 1945); MP3688.


  CAMPAIGN IN POLAND. SEE Feldzug in Polen.


  CAMPESINOS MEXICANOS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd., 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborator, Wallace W. Atwood.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 3Oct46; MP1193.


  CAMPING FOR GIRL SCOUTS. Girl Scouts of the United States of America,
    c1949. 15 min., sd., color, 16mm.

    Summary: Shows the various activities of a Girl Scout camping
    program.

    Credits: Director, John Flory; screenplay, Katherine Coldwell;
    editor, Margaret Palmer.

    © Girl Scouts of the U.S.A.; 15Feb49; MP4019.


  CAMPTOWN RACES. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1948. 1 reel, sd., color,
    35mm. (Screen Song Cartoon)

    Credits: Producer, Seymour Kneitel; story, Bill Turner, Larry Riley;
    animation, Al Eugster, Irving Spector; music, Winston Sharples.
    Technicolor.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 30Jul48; LP1742.


  CAMPUS BOOM. RKO Pathe, Inc., in collaboration with the editors of
    This Week Magazine, c1947. 16 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (This Is
    America, no. 4)

    Credits: Producer, Frederic Ullman, Jr.; director, Edward R. Evans;
    written by Oviatt McConnell; narrator, Dwight Weist; music,
    Nathaniel Shilkret.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 7Feb47; MP1900.


  CAMPUS CAPERS. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1949. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Noveltoon)

    Credits: Director, Bill Tytla; story, Carl Meyer, Jack Mercer;
    animation, George Germanetti, Steve Muffatti.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 1Jul49; LP2385.


  CAMPUS CAPERS. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1941. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Will Cowan; director, Reginald Le Borg;
    music director, Charles Previn; orchestrations, Milton Rosen; film
    editor, Charles Maynard.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 9Dec41; LP10892.


  CAMPUS HONEYMOON. Republic Productions, Inc., c1948. 61 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A musical comedy which describes the complications arising
    when two veterans and two co-eds, faced with a housing shortage on a
    college campus, pretend to be married.

    Credits: Associate producer, Fanchon; director, Richard Sale;
    original story, Thomas R. St. George; screenplay, Richard Sale,
    Jerry Gruskin; orchestrations, Nathan Scott; film editor, Arthur
    Roberts.

    Cast: Lyn Wilde, Lee Wilde, Adele Mara, Richard Crane, Hal Hackett.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 17Feb48; LP1498.


  CAMPUS MERMAIDS. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1945. 1 reel, sd.
    (Grantland Rice Sportlight)

    Credits: Narrator, Ted Husing.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 7Sep45; LP13464.


  CAMPUS POLKA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer and director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 22Jul46; MP900.


  CAMPUS RHYTHM. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1943. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lindsley Parsons; director, Arthur Dreifuss;
    original story, Ewart Adamson, Jack White; screenplay, Charles R.
    Marion, Albert Beich, Frank Tarloff; music director, Eddie Kay;
    photography, Mack Stengler; film editor, Dick Currier.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 8Oct43; LP12335.


  CAMPUS SLEUTH. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1948. 66 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: College students solve a murder mystery.

    Credits: Producer and director, Will Jason; original story, Max
    Wilson, Hal Collins; screenplay, Hal Collins; music director, Edward
    J. Kay; film editor, William Austin.

    Cast: Freddie Stewart, June Preisser, Warren Mills, Noel Neill,
    Donald MacBride.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 4Apr48; LP1569.


  CAN CAN CAPERS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 23Mar43; MP13398.


  CAN YOU TOP THIS? Columbia Pictures Corp., c1948. 1,187 ft., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Credits: Producer and director, Carl L. Timin; film editor, Frank W.
    Madden.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 18Nov48; MP3509.


  CANADA. Time, Inc., c1944. 2 reels.

    © Time, Inc.; 2Oct44; MP15218.


  CANADA AT WAR. SEE The March of Time, v. 6, no. 8.


  CANADA CALLS. SEE Variety Views, no. 169.


  CANADA UNLIMITED. RKO Pathe, Inc., c1949. 15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (This Is America, no. 11)

    Summary: Tells the story of Canada's natural resources, showing how
    the citizens, immigrants, and displaced persons have worked together
    to utilize these resources to make Canada a leader in world affairs.
    Includes scenes of Canada's leading cities and other places of
    interest.

    Credits: Producer, Jay Bonafield; director, David Cooper; written by
    Ardis Smith; narrator, Dwight Weist; music, Nathaniel Shilkret.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 19Aug49; MP4731.


  CANADIAN PACIFIC. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1949. 95 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm.

    Summary: This melodrama about railroad pioneering in the Canadian
    Rockies features dynamite explosions, violent fist-fights, and an
    all-out battle between the railroad workers and hostile Indians.

    Credits: Producer, Nat Holt; director, Edwin L. Marin; original
    story, Jack DeWitt; screenplay, Jack DeWitt, Kenneth Gamet; music,
    Dimitri Tiomkin; film editor, Philip Martin.

    Cast: Randolph Scott, Jane Wyatt, J. Carroll Naish, Victor Jory,
    Nancy Olson.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 9Feb49; LP2395.


  CANADIAN PATROL. SEE Variety Views, no. 112.


  CANADIAN ROUGHRIDERS. RKO Pathe, Inc., c1949. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Sportscope, no. 7)

    Summary: Shows range riders conducting a wild horse roundup on an
    Indian reservation in Alberta, and scenes of the Calgary Stampede,
    which includes bronc riding, chuck-wagon races, and cattle-roping.

    Credits: Producer, Jay Bonafield; written by Joseph Walsh; narrator,
    Red Barber; editor, Harold Oteri.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 11Mar49; MP4156.


  O CANAL ALIMENTAR. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd., 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborators, A. J. Carlson, H. G. Swann.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 20Jul46; MP931.


  CANAL ZONE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 8 reels, sd. Based on a
    story by Blaine Miller and Jean Dupont Miller.

    Credits: Producer, Colbert Clark; director, Lew Landers; adaptation
    and screenplay, Robert Lee Johnson; music director, M. W. Stoloff;
    film editor, James Sweeney.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 10Mar42; LP11118.


  CANARY COURTSHIP. 700 ft.

    Appl. author: Bernice Louise Tuttle.

    © Mrs. J. E. Tuttle (Mrs. Bernice Louise Tuttle); title, descr., &
    10 prints, 17Sep48; LU1830.


  CANCION DE MEXICO (SONG OF MEXICO). c1945. Presentado por Republic
    Pictures. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Dirección y argumento cinematográfico, James F.
    FitzPatrick; adaptación, Sidney Field; dirección musical, Manuel y
    R. Cherwin; fotografía de John Dalton y George Stahl; editor, Harry
    Keller.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 28Sep45; LP13522. (See also Song of
    Mexico; 28Nov45; LP13675).


  CANDID MICROPHONE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1948–49. 1 reel each,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the Allen A. Funt radio production. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.

    Credits: Producer, The Blakes; music, Jack Shaindlin; photographer,
    Don Malkames; editor, Gladys Brothers.

    Series 1.

    1. © 5Oct48; MP3369.

    2. © 3Mar49; (in notice: 1948); MP3954.

    3. © 28Nov49; MP4743.


  CANINE CADDY. Walt Disney Productions, c1941. 1 reel. (A Walt Disney
    Mickey Mouse)

    © Walt Disney Productions; 13Mar41; LP10503.


  CANINE CAPERS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 20Nov44; MP15395.


  CANINE CASANOVA. Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel, sd., color. (A Walt Disney Pluto)

    Credits: Director, Charles Nichols; story, Harry Reeves, Jesse
    Marsh, Rex Cox; animation, Jack Buckley, Robert Youngquist, George
    Nicholas, Hugh Fraser; music, Oliver Wallace. Technicolor.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 12Feb45; LP13586.


  CANINE CHAMPION. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1946. 859 ft., sd. (The
    World of Sports)

    Credits: Commentator, Bill Stern; photographer, Parris Emery;
    editor, Harry Foster.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 20Feb46; MP382.


  CANINE COMMANDOS. c1943. Presented by Universal. 1 reel, sd., color.
    (A Walt Lantz Cartune)

    Credits: Story, Ben Hardaway, Milt Schaffer; animation, Verne
    Harding; music, Darrell Calker. Technicolor.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc. & Walter Lantz Productions; 8Jul43;
    MP13771.


  CANINE - FELINE CAPERS. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1945. 1 reel, sd.
    (Grantland Rice Sportlight)

    Credits: Written by Justin Herman; narrated by Ward Wilson.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 27Jul45; MP16206.


  CANINE PATROL. Walt Disney Productions, c1945. 1 reel.

    Credits: Director, Charles Nichols; story, Harry Reeves, Tom Oreb;
    animation, Marvin Woodward, John Lounsbery, Norman Tate, Andy
    Engman; music, Oliver Wallace.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 31May45; LP104.


  CANINE SKETCHES. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd.
    (Grantland Rice Sportlight)

    Credits: Narrator, Ted Husing.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 28Mar41; MP10997.


  CANNONS ON WINGS.

    Appl. author: Norman Mathews.

    © Bell Aircraft Corp.; title, descr., & 20 prints, 17Jun42; MU12631.


  CANON CITY. Eagle Lion Films, Inc., c1948. 82 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Bryan Foy production.

    Summary: The story of a prison break that occurred at the State
    Prison in Canon City, Colorado, on December 30, 1947.

    Credits: Producer, Robert T. Kane; directed and written by Crane
    Wilbur; music director, Irving Friedman; film editor, Louis H.
    Sackin.

    Cast: Scott Brady, Jeff Corey, Whit Bissell, Stanley Clements,
    Warden Roy Best (as himself).

    © Pathe Industries, Inc.; 30Jun48; LP1713.


  CAN'T HELP SINGING. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1944. 9 reels, sd.
    Based on "Girl of the Overland Trail" by Samuel J. and Curtis B.
    Warshawsky.

    Credits: Producer, Felix Jackson; director, Frank Ryan; story, John
    Klorer, Leo Townsend; screenplay, Lewis R. Foster, Frank Ryan;
    photography, Woody Bredell, Howard Green; film editor, Ted Kent.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 11Dec44; LP13012.


  CAN'T SEE FOR LOOKIN'. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Dec44; MP15573.


  A CANTERBURY TALE. Archers Film Productions, Ltd., London, c1944.
    Released in the U.S. by Eagle Lion Films, Inc., 1949. 93 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A prankster and the Canterbury Cathedral bring together an
    American sergeant, an English sergeant, and a member of the Women's
    Land Army. Setting, England during World War II.

    Credits: Produced, directed, and written by Michael Powell and
    Emeric Pressburger; music score, Allan Gray; music director, Walter
    Goehr; editor, John Seabourne.

    Cast: Eric Portman, Sheila Sim, Dennis Price, Kim Hunter, John
    Sweet.

    © Independent Film Distributors, Ltd.; 31May44; LP2248.


  THE CANTERVILLE GHOST. Loew's Inc., c1944. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 9 reels, sd., b&w. Based on the story by Oscar
    Wilde.

    Credits: Producer, Arthur L. Field; director, Jules Dassin;
    screenplay, Edwin Harvey Blum; music score, George Bassman; film
    editor, Chester W. Schaeffer.

    © Loew's Inc.; 29May44; LP176.


  CANVAS CUT-UPS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 854 ft., sd. (The
    World of Sports, no. 81)

    Credits: Commentator, Bill Stern; cameramen, Charles Harten, J.
    Burgi Contner, Jay Rescher; editor, Harry Foster.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 6Sep42; MP13410.


  CANYON CITY. c1943. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Eddy White; director, Spencer Bennet;
    original screenplay, Robert Yost; music score, Mort Glickman;
    photography, John MacBurnie; film editor, Harry Keller.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 9Nov43; LP12370.


  CANYON PASSAGE. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1946. Presented by
    Walter Wanger. 10 reels, sd., color. 35mm. Adapted from the novel by
    Ernest Haycox.

    Credits: Producer: Walter Wanger; director, Jacques Tourneur;
    screenplay, Ernest Pascal; music director, Frank Skinner; cameraman,
    Edward Cronjager; film editor, Milton Carruth. Technicolor.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 18Jul46; LP447.


  CANYONS OF THE SUN. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1945. 1 reel,
    sd., color. (Lowell Thomas' Movietone Adventures)

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; music score, L. deFrancesco;
    photographer, Jack Painter; film editor, Russ Sheilds. Technicolor.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 5Jan45; MP15897.


  CAPACITANCE. Burton Holmes Films, Inc. U.S. Navy.

    © Burton Holmes Films, Inc.; title, descr., & 16 prints, 17Jul43;
    MU13772.


  CAPE BRETON ISLAND. Loew's Inc., c1948. 9 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (James A. FitzPatrick's Traveltalks) An MGM picture.

    Summary: Shows people and places on the Island: the town clerk of
    Baddeck, a ferryboat captain, a French girl making a hooked rug, the
    Bras d'Or Lakes at sunset, the Margaree River Valley, the Cabot
    Trail, and the city of Sidney, which is the Canadian Pittsburgh.

    Credits: Producer and narrator, James A. FitzPatrick; music score,
    Nat Finston.

    © Loew's Inc.; 28Apr48 (in notice: 1946); MP2994.


  THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1947. 8
    min., sd., color, 35mm. (Movietone Adventures)

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; narrator, Lowell Thomas; music, L.
    DeFrancesco; film editor, Valeska Weidig.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 4Apr47; MP2338.


  CAPERS ON THE CAMPUS. Distributed by Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc., c1946. Presented by R.C.M. Productions, Inc. 1 reel,
    sd.

    Credits: Producer, Ben Hersh; director, Dave Gould.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 23Dec46; MP1407.


  THE CAPITAL CITY, WASHINGTON, D.C. c1940. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 800 ft., sd., color. (James A. FitzPatrick's
    Traveltalk)

    Credits: Producer and narrator, James A. FitzPatrick; music score,
    Nat Finston, C. Bakaleinikoff; photographer, Bob Carney.
    Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 28Aug40; MP10549.


  CAPITAL SIDE LIGHTS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 977 ft., sd.
    (Cinescope, no. 13)

    Credits: Producer and director, Edmund L. Dorfman; story, Edmund
    Herbert; narration, Arthur Hale; photographer, Edward Horton;
    editor, Marc S. Asch.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 26Apr41; MP11788.


  CAPITALISM. Coronet, c1948. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Introduces the basic concepts of capitalism by means of a
    discussion of the capitalistic system in a high school radio forum.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, James Harvey Dodd.

    © David A. Smart; 28Sep48; MP3705.


  CAPTAIN AMERICA. c1943–44. Presented by Republic Pictures. 2 reels
    each (no. 1, 3 reels), sd. Based on the character appearing in the
    "Captain America" comics. © Republic Pictures Corp.; no. 1–3,
    31Dec43; LP12461; no. 4–10, 23Feb44; LP12516; no. 11–15, 5Feb44;
    LP12622.

    Credits: Associate producer, W. J. O'Sullivan; directors, John
    English, Elmer Clifton; original screenplay, Royal Cole, Ronald
    Davidson, Basil Dickey, Jesse Duffy, Harry Fraser, Grant Nelson,
    Joseph Poland; musical score, Mort Glickman; photographer, John
    MacBurnie; film editors, Wallace Grissell, Earl Turner.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    1. The Purple Death.

    2. Mechanical Executioner.

    3. The Scarlet Shroud.

    4. Preview of Murder.

    5. Blade of Wrath.

    6. Vault of Vengeance.

    7. Wholesale Destruction.

    8. Cremation in the Clouds.

    9. Triple Tragedy.

    10. The Avenging Corpse.

    11. The Dead Man Returns.

    12. Horror on the Highway.

    13. Skyscraper Plunge.

    14. The Scarab Strikes.

    15. The Toll of Doom.


  CAPTAIN BOYCOTT. Individual Pictures, Ltd., London. Released in the
    U.S. by Universal-International, c1947. Presented by J. Arthur Rank.
    92 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel by Philip Rooney.

    Summary: An historical drama about a group of stubborn Irish
    peasants whose passive resistance reduces Captain Boycott, a
    tyrannical land-agent, to financial ruin. Setting, County Mayo, in
    the troubled 1880's.

    Credits: Producers, Frank Launder, Sidney Gilliat; director, Frank
    Launder; screenplay, Frank Launder, Wolfgang Wilhelm; music, William
    Alwyn; film editor, Thelma Myers.

    Cast: Stewart Granger, Kathleen Ryan, Cecil Parker, Mervyn Johns,
    Alastair Sim, Robert Donat.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 11Dec47; LP2063.


  CAPTAIN CAUTION. Released thru United Artists, c1940. Presented by Hal
    Roach. 9 reels, sd. A Richard Wallace-Grover Jones production. Based
    on the novel by Kenneth Roberts.

    Credits: Director, Richard Wallace; screenplay, Grover Jones; music
    score, Phil Ohman; editor, James Newcom.

    © Hal Roach Studios, Inc.; 3Sep40; LP9886.


  CAPTAIN EDDIE. c1945. Presented by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.
    9,646 ft. sd.

    Credits: Director, Lloyd Bacon; screenplay, John Tucker Battle;
    music director, Emil Newman.

    © Eureka Pictures, Inc.; 1Aug45; LP53.


  CAPTAIN FROM CASTILE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1947. 12,707
    ft., sd., color, 35mm. Based on the novel by Samuel Shellabarger.

    Credits: Director, Henry King; screenplay, Lamar Trotti; music
    director, Alfred Newman; film editor, Barbara McLean. Technicolor.

    Cast: Tyrone Power, Jean Peters, Cesare Romero, Lee J. Cobb, John
    Sutton.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 25Dec47; LP1776.


  THE CAPTAIN IS A LADY. Loew's Inc., c1940. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 7 reels, sd., b&w. Based on the play "Old Lady
    31" by Rachel Crothers and the novel by Louise Forsslund.

    Credits: Producer, Frederick Stephani; director, Robert B. Sinclair;
    screenplay, Harry Clork; music score, Bronislau Kaper; film editor,
    Frank Hull.

    © Loew's Inc.; 18Jun40; LP9723.


  CAPTAIN KID. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 18Feb46; MP197.


  CAPTAIN KIDD. Released through United Artists, c1945. 89 min., sd.
    Presented by Benedict Bogeaus. A Rowland V. Lee production.

    Credits: Producer, Benedict Bogeaus; director, Rowland V. Lee;
    original story, Robert N. Lee; screenplay, Norman Reilly Raine;
    music score, Werner Janssen; cinematographer, Archie Stout; film
    editor, Joseph Smith.

    © Captain Kidd Productions, Inc.; 24Aug45; LP13655.


  CAPTAIN MIDNIGHT. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 2 reels each (no. 1,
    3 reels), sd. Based upon the radio serial.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.

    Credits: Director, James W. Horne; screenplay, Basil Dickey, George
    Plympton, Wyndham Gittens, Jack Stanley.

    1. Mysterious Pilot. © 15Feb42; LP11071.

    2. The Stolen Range Finder. © 22Feb42; LP11072.

    3. The Captured Plane. © 1Mar42; LP11104.

    4. Mistaken Identity. © 3Mar42; LP11097.

    5. Ambushed Ambulance. © 15Mar42; LP11478.

    6. Weird Waters. © 22Mar42; LP11492.

    7. Menacing Fates. © 29Mar42; LP11221.

    8. Shells of Evil. © 5Apr42; LP11222.

    9. The Drop to Doom. © 12Apr42; LP11223.

    10. The Hidden Bomb. © 19Apr42; LP11552.

    11. Sky Terror. © 26Apr42; LP11303.

    12. Burning Bomber. © 3May42; LP11304.

    13. Death in the Cockpit. © 8May42; LP11305.

    14. Scourge of Revenge. © 15May42; LP11306.

    15. The Fatal Hour. © 21May42; LP11307.


  CAPTAIN TUGBOAT ANNIE. c1945. Presented by Republic Pictures. 8 reels,
    sd. Based on characters created by Norman Reilly Raine.

    Credits: Producer, James S. Burkett; director, Phil Rosen; original
    screenplay, George Callahan; music director, Edward J. Kay;
    photographer, Harry Neumann; film editor, Martin G. Cohn.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 17Nov45; LP13676.


  CAPTAINS IN HIS ARMY. Presented by the Serra Club of St. Louis. 1
    reel, sd., color.

    Summary: A picture designed to inform Catholic boys on the vocation
    of priesthood. Contains actual scenes of Seminarians' lives and of
    the ceremonies of ordination. Primarily for boys in the eighth grade
    and high school.

    Credits: Collaborators, Duff S. Allen, Wilfred Kreuger, Orlis F.
    North.

    © Serra Club of St. Louis; title, descr., & 5 prints, 22May48;
    MU3120.


  CAPTAINS OF THE CLOUDS. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1942. 113 min.,
    sd., color. From a story by Arthur T. Horman and Roland Gillett.

    Credits: Associate producer, William Cagney; director, Michael
    Curtiz; screenplay, Arthur T. Horman, Richard Macaulay, Norman
    Reilly Raine; film editor, George Amy. Technicolor.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 21Jan42; LP11086.


  CAPTAINS OUTRAGEOUS. Presented by Chevrolet. 1 min., sd., color.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Sales Corp.; title,
    descr., & 44 prints, 26Apr40; MU10213.


  THE CAPTIVE HEART. Released by Universal International, c1947.
    Presented by J. Arthur Rank. 87 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. An Ealing
    Studios production. A Prestige picture.

    Summary: The loneliness and boredom of a group of British soldiers
    held in a German prison camp from the time of the Dunkirk retreat in
    1940 to the end of the war provide the theme for this
    semi-documentary film made in the British Occupied Zone of Germany.

    Credits: Producer, Michael Balcon; director, Basil Dearden; original
    story, Patrick Kirwan; screenplay, Angus McPhail, Guy Morgan; music,
    Alan Rawsthorn; editor, Charles Hasse.

    Cast: Michael Redgrave, Mervyn Johns, Gordon Jackson, Jimmy Hanley,
    Rachel Kempson.

    Appl. author: Universal Pictures Co., Inc.

    © General Film Distributors, Inc.; 11Dec47; LP1576.


  CAPTIVE WILD WOMAN. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1943. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Ben Pivar; Director, Edward Dmytryk;
    story, Ted Fithian, Neil P. Varnick; screenplay, Henry Sucher,
    Griffin Jay; cameraman, George Robinson; film editor, Milton
    Carruth.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 11May43; LP12179.


  A CAPTURE. Marshall Grant-Realm Television Productions, c1949. 2
    reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on a story by H. C. Bunner.

    Summary: Near the close of the Civil War a Missouri farm girl
    captures and learns to love a Confederate soldier.

    Credits: Director, Charles Haas; screenplay, Bess Taffel; editor,
    Joie Coplan.

    © Realm Television Productions, Inc.; 23Mar49; LP2195.


  THE CAR OF TOMORROW, TODAY. Jam Handy Organization, Inc. Presented by
    Oldsmobile Division, General Motors Corp. 27 min., si., color, 16mm.

    Summary: Shows the development of the 1948 Oldsmobile from the
    engineering laboratories to the showroom. Background shots of
    American bridges.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 2Feb48; 17 prints,
    4Feb48; MU2699.


  CARAVAN. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 12Oct42; MP13055.


  CARAVAN. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 25Sep44; MP15229.


  CARAVAN. Produced in England. Released in the U.S. by Eagle Lion
    Films, Inc., c1947. Presented by J. Arthur Rank. 80 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the novel by Eleanor Smith.

    Summary: An English author defends a Spanish nobleman against a band
    of robbers, and is entrusted by him with the delivery of a necklace
    to Spain. Setting, England and Spain in the early 1800's.

    Credits: Producer, Harold Huth; director, Arthur Crabtree;
    screenplay, Roland Pertwee; music director, Louis Levy; film editor,
    Charles Knott.

    Cast: Stewart Granger, Jean Kent, Anne Crawford, Dennis Price,
    Robert Helpmann.

    Appl. author: Individual Pictures.

    © General Film Distributors, Ltd.; 26Jul47; LP1666.


  THE CARAVAN TRAIL. P.R.C. Pictures, Inc., c1946. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Robert Emmett; original screenplay, Frances
    Kavanaugh; music director, Carl Hoefle.

    © P.R.C. Pictures, Inc.; 22June46; LP412.


  CARAVANS OF TRADE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1947. 2 reels,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. (Our Land and People Series)

    Summary: The story of trade and transportation from ancient to
    modern times.

    Credits: Producers, Edmund Reek, Boris Vermont; script, Robert M.
    Hertzberg; narrator, Nelson Case; collaborators, Walter A. Anderson,
    Eric H. Haight, John E. Ivey, Gordon N. McKenzie, Robert Lee Morton,
    Samuel R. Powers, Howard E. Wilson, George L. White, J. Wallace
    Page, Jr., Miller McClintock; music, L. DeFrancesco; film editors,
    John Oser, Rosemarie Hickson.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 12Nov47; MP2782.


  CARBON AND ITS COMPOUNDS. Coronet, c1949. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Explains carbon's simple compounds and introduces
    hydrocarbons and the more complex chain and ring compounds. For
    senior high school and college classes.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, Therald Moeller.

    © David A. Smart; 19Jan49; MP4232.


  CARBON ARC PROJECTION. National Carbon Co., Inc. 1,350 feet.

    Summary: Shows what the carbon arc is, how it operates, and why it
    is the light source best fitted for motion-picture projection and
    production.

    © National Carbon Co., Inc.; title, descr., & 2 prints, 3May48;
    MU2939.


  CARBON ARC PROJECTION. National Carbon Co., Inc., c1948. 38 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm.

    Summary: Shows what the carbon arc is, how it operates, and why it
    is the light source best fitted for motion-picture projection and
    production.

    Credits: Director, Norman Wright; photographer, Winton C. Hoch.

    © National Carbon Co., Inc.; 27Aug48; MP4254.


  CARBON—BLACK TREASURE.

    © Roland Reed Productions; title, descr., & 4 prints, 24Feb45;
    MU15875.


  CARDIO VASCULAR ANOMILES. Wilding Picture Productions, Inc., c1949, 32
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Dr. Stanley Gibson delivers a lecture, illustrated with
    charts and diagrams, on the subject of cardio vascular anomiles.

    © Mead Johnson & Co.; 17Jan49; MP3773.


  CARE OF ART MATERIALS. Young America Films, Inc., c1948. 10 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm.

    © Young America Films, Inc.; 24Sep48; MP3374.


  CARE OF PETS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 25Oct44; MP15985.


  CARE OF PETS. SEE Animales Del Hogar.


  CARE OF THE FEET. c1943. 1 reel.

    Appl. author: Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 15Dec43; MP14740.


  CARE OF THE PATIENT WITH DIABETES MELLITUS (COMPLICATED). c1945. 2
    reels.

    Appl. author: Carol Linn Hale.

    © Willard Pictures; 15May45; MP16039.


  CARE OF THE PATIENT WITH DIABETES MELLITUS (UNCOMPLICATED). c1945. 3
    reels.

    Appl. author: Carol Linn Hale.

    © Willard Pictures; 15May45; MP16038.


  CARE OF THE SKIN. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1949. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Demonstrates good habits of skin hygiene and illustrates
    common skin ailments. Animated drawings show the structure of the
    skin and explain why the use of soap is necessary. For primary and
    middle grades.

    Credits: Collaborator, Francis Eugene Senear.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 22Aug49; MP4558.


  CAREER GIRL. P.R.C. Pictures, Inc., c1943. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Schwarz; director, Wallace W. Fox; original
    story, Dave Silverstein, Stanley Rauh; screenplay, Sam Neuman; music
    director, Rudy Schrager; film editor, Robert Crandall.

    © P.R.C. Pictures, Inc.; 11Jan44; LP12426.


  CAREFUL SOFT SHOULDER. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1942. 6,202
    ft., sd.

    Credits: Direction and original screenplay, Oliver H. P. Garrett;
    music, Leigh Harline, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 18Sep42; LP11988.


  A CARGO OF INNOCENCE. SEE Stand by for Action.


  CARIBBEAN CAPERS. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1949. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Pacemaker Series)

    Summary: The adventures of Tom Ewell in Willemstadt, capital city of
    Curacao, principal island of the Dutch West Indies.

    Credits: Directed and written by Justin Herman; narrator, Dennis
    James; editor, Robert Blauvelt.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 11Nov49; MP4715.


  CARIBBEAN MYSTERY. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1945. 5,832 ft.,
    sd. From the novel "Murder in Trinidad" by John W. Vandercook.

    Credits: Director, Robert Webb; screenplay, Jack Andrews, Leonard
    Praskins; adaptation, W. Scott Darling; music director, David
    Buttolph.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 13Jun45; LP17.


  CARIBBEAN ROMANCE. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1943. 1,732 ft., sd.,
    color. (A Paramount Musical Parade)

    Credits: Associate producer, Louis Harris; director, Lester Fuller;
    original screenplay, Robert Stephen Brode; music direction, Troy
    Sanders; editor, Harvey Johnston. Technicolor.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 17Dec43; LP12425.


  CARIBBEAN SENTINEL. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1941. 1 reel,
    sd. (Lowell Thomas Magic Carpet of Movietone)

    Credits: Producer, Truman Talley; continuity, Russ Sheilds;
    described by Lowell Thomas; photographer, Jack Kuhne.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 14Feb41; MP10970.


  CARIOCA SERENADERS. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1941. 10 min., sd.
    (Melody Master)

    Credits: Director, Jean Negulesco.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 25Oct41; MP11691.


  CARL HOFF AND HIS ORCHESTRA. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1941. 10
    min., sd. (Melody Masters)

    Credits: Director, Jena Negulesco.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 27Dec41; MP12425.


  CARLE COMES CALLING. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1947. 16 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (Musical Featurette, no. 4)

    Credits: Producer, George Bilson; director, Jack Scholl; film
    editor, Edward W. Williams.

    Cast: Frankie Carle, Joey Preston, Marjorie Hughes, Greg Lawrence.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 12Sep47; LP1291.


  CARLOS MOLINA AND HIS ORCHESTRA. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1948.
    15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A musical short.

    Credits: Producer and director, Will Cowan; film editor, Russell
    Schoengarth.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 23Mar48 (in notice: 1947); MP2873.


  CARMEN. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946. Presented
    by RCM Productions, Inc. 1 reel, sd., b&w. 16mm.

    Credits: Producer, Ben Hersh; director, Dave Gould.

    © Soundies Films, Inc. (in notice: Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc.); 30Dec46; MP1568.


  CARMEN. SEE The Loves of Carmen.


  CARMEN'S VERANDA. Terrytoons, Inc., c1944. 1 reel, color. (Terrytoon)

    Credits: Director, Mannie Davis; story, John Foster. Technicolor.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 22Jul44; LP12959.


  CARNEGIE HALL. Federal Films, Inc., c1947. 135 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Producers, William LeBaron, Boris Morros; director, Edgar
    G. Ulmer; original story, Seena Owen; screenplay, Karl Kamb;
    orchestration, Russell Bennett; film editor, Fred R. Feitshans, Jr.

    Cast: Marsha Hunt, William Prince, Walter Damrosch, Lily Pons, Rise
    Stevens.

    © Federal Films, Inc.; 8Aug47; LP1140.


  CARNIVAL COURAGE. Screen Gems, Inc., c1945. 635 ft., sd., color. (A
    Color Rhapsody)

    Credits: Director, Howard Swift; story, John McLeish; animation,
    Grant Simmons, Volus Jones; music, Eddie Kilfeather. Technicolor.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 6Oct45; LP13671.


  CARNIVAL IN BRAZIL. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd. (A
    Paramount Headliner)

    Credits: Director, Stanley Simmons.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 6Mar42; MP12254.


  CARNIVAL IN COSTA RICA. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1947. 95
    min., sd., color, 35mm.

    Credits: Director, Gregory Ratoff; original screenplay, John Larkin,
    Samuel Hoffenstein, Elizabeth Reinhardt; music director, Emil
    Newman.

    Cast: Dick Haymes, Vera-Ellen, Cesar Romero, Celeste Holm, Ann
    Revere.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 21Mar47; LP1061.


  CARNIVAL OF SPORTS. Vitaphone Corp., c1947. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (The Sports Parade) Warner Bros.

    Credits: Narration, Charles L. Tedford; narrator, Truman Bradley.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 7Aug47; MP2283.


  CAROLINA BLUES. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1944. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Samuel Bischoff; director, Leigh Jason; story, M.
    M. Musselman, Kenneth Earl; screenplay, Joseph Hoffmann, Al Martin;
    music director, M. W. Stoloff; orchestral arrangements, George
    Duning; cameraman, George Kelley; film editor, James Sweeney.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 11Dec44; LP13087.


  CAROLINA MOON. c1940. Presented by Republic Pictures. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, William Berke; director, Frank
    McDonald; original story, Connie Lee; screenplay, Winston Miller;
    photography, William Nobles; film editor, Tony Martinelli.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 15Jul40; LP9800.


  CAROLINA MOON. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 1Dec41; MP11872.


  THE CARPENTERS, c1941. Presented by Columbia Pictures Corp. 747 ft.,
    sd., color. (Color Rhapsody, no. 73) A Lawson Harris production. A
    Cartoon Films, Ltd. picture.

    Credits: Director, Paul Fennell; music, Clarence Wheeler.
    Technicolor.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 14Mar41; LP10477.


  CARRERAS, SALTOS Y RELEVOS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in
    collaboration with Lawson Robertson, Dean Cromwell, Brutus Hamilton
    and the Amateur Athletic Union, c1947. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Spanish version of "Dashes, Hurdles and Relays."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 3Feb47; MP1670.


  CARRY HARRY. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 1,551 ft.

    Credits: Direction, story and screenplay, Harry Edwards.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 3Sep42; LP12029.


  CARRY ME BACK TO THE LONE PRAIRIE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Jun41; MP11281.


  CARSON CITY CYCLONE. c1943. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Eddy White; director, Howard
    Bretherton; original screenplay, Norman S. Hall; music score, Mort
    Glickman; photography, William Bradford; film editor, Edward
    Schroeder.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 23Mar43; LP12004.


  THE CARSON CITY KID. c1940. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Associate producer-director, Joseph Kane; original story,
    Joseph Kane; screenplay, Robert Yost, Gerry Geraghty; music
    director, Cy Feuer; photography, William Nobles; film editor, Helene
    Turner.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 1Jul40; LP9787.


  CARSON CITY RAIDERS. Republic Productions, Inc., c1948. 6 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: "Rocky" Lane aids both the owner of a wagon line and a
    reformed bandit whose welfare is jeopardized by a band of outlaws.

    Credits: Associate producer, Gordon Kay; director, Yakima Canutt;
    script, Erle Snell; music director, Mort Glickman; film editor, Tony
    Martinelli.

    Cast: Allan "Rocky" Lane, Black Jack, Eddy Waller, Frank Reicher,
    Beverly Jons.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 7May48; LP1596.


  CARTOON CRUSADER. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd.
    (Person Oddity, no. 151)

    Credits: Producer, Thomas Mead; narration, Ben Grauer.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 21Mar46; MP308.


  CARTOONS AIN'T HUMAN. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1943. 1 reel, sd.
    (Popeye)

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 27Aug43; LP12572.


  CASABLANCA. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1943. 102 min., sd. A Warner
    Bros.-First National Picture. A Hal B. Wallis production. From a
    play by Murray Burnett and Joan Alison.

    Credits: Director, Michael Curtiz; screenplay, Julius J. Epstein,
    Philip G. Epstein, Howard Koch; music, Max Steiner; music director,
    Leo F. Forbstein; orchestral arrangements, Hugo Friedhofer; film
    editor, Owen Marks.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 23Jan43; LP11818.


  CASANOVA BROWN. c1944. Presented by International Pictures, Inc. 8239
    ft., sd. From a play by Floyd Dell and Thomas Mitchell.

    Credits: Produced and written by Nunnally Johnson; director, Sam
    Wood; music score, Arthur Lange; film editor, Thomas Neff.

    © The Christie Corp.; 23Aug44; LP12870.


  CASANOVA IN BURLESQUE. c1943. Presented by Republic Pictures. 8 reels,
    sd. Based on a story idea by John Wales.

    Credits: Associate producer, Albert J. Cohen; director, Leslie
    Goodwins; original screenplay, Frank Gil, Jr.; music director,
    Walter Scharf; photographer, Reggie Lanning; film editor, Ernest
    Nims.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 21Dec43; LP12410.


  CASBAH. Marston Pictures, Inc., Released by Universal-International
    Pictures Co., Inc., c1948. 94 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the
    novel, "Pepe le Moko," by Detective Ashelbe [pseud. of Henri La
    Barthe].

    Summary: To avoid capture by the police, a jewel thief hides in the
    Casbah section of Algiers until a woman lures him to his death. A
    modernized musical version of the French picture, Pepe Le Moko,
    which was subsequently issued in English under the title Algiers.

    Credits: Producer, Nat G. Goldstone; director, John Berry;
    screenplay, L. Bus-Fekete, Arnold Manoff; music, Harold Arlen; music
    director, Walter Scharf; film editor, Edward Curtiss.

    Cast: Yvonne DeCarlo, Tony Martin, Peter Lorre, Marta Toren, Hugo
    Haas.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc., and Marston Pictures, Inc.; 24Mar48;
    LP1910.


  THE CASE AGAINST CALVIN COOKE. SEE Live Today for Tomorrow.


  A CASE O' THE BLUES. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 27Apr42; MP12474.


  A CASE OF SPRING FEVER. Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.; title & descr., 22Jan41; 776
    prints, 21Jan41; LU10185.


  CASE OF THE BABY SITTER. Screen Art Pictures Corp., c1947. 40 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Producer, Karl K. Hittleman; director, Lambert Hillyer;
    original story, Myron A. Nunes; screenplay, Karl K. Hittleman, Andy
    Lamb; music score, Darrell Claker; film editor, Arthur A. Brooks.

    Cast: Tom Neal, Pamela Blake, Allen Jenkins, Virginia Sale.

    © Screen Art Pictures Corp.; 15Sep47; LP1204.


  THE CASE OF THE BLACK PARROT. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1941. 6
    reels. A Warner Bros.-First National picture. From the play by
    Eleanor Robeson Belmont and Harriet Ford and the novel by Burton E.
    Stevenson.

    Credits: Director, Noel M. Smith; screenplay, Robert E. Kent.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 11Jan41; LP10163.


  THE CASE OF THE MISSING FINGER. (Peril Pinkerton series) © Telecomics,
    Inc.

    Appl. author: Carleton W. Boyd and Richard Moores.

    4. Belt of Doom. © title & descr., 17Sep45; 1 set of prints,
    31Jul45; LU13500.


  CASES IN POINT. General Pictures Productions, Inc., c1949. 22 min.,
    sd., color, 16mm.

    Summary: A retiring insurance agent's reminiscences of the security
    insurance has brought to the lives of his clients during his years
    of service.

    Credits: Producer, William H. Schultz; script, W. R. Spencer, Jr.

    © The Insurance Research & Review Service, Inc.; 16May49; MP4166.


  CASS TIMBERLANE. Loew's Inc., c1947. 119 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. An MGM
    picture. Based on the novel by Sinclair Lewis.

    Credits: Producer, Arthur Hornblow, Jr.; director, George Sidney;
    screenplay, Donald Ogden Stewart; adaptation, Donald Ogden Stewart,
    Sonya Levien; music score, Roy Webb; music director, Constantin
    Bakaleinikoff; film editor, John Dunning.

    Cast: Spencer Tracy, Lana Turner, Zachary Scott, Tom Drake, Mary
    Astor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 19Nov47; LP1314.


  CASTLE IN THE DESERT. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1942. 5,594
    ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Harry Lachman; original screenplay, John Larkin;
    music director, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 27Feb42; LP11240.


  CASTLE OF CRIMES. PRC Pictures, Inc., c1944, 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: A. E. W. Mason; director, Harold French; scenario, Doreen
    Montgomery; photography, Walter Harvey; film editor, E. B. Jarves.

    © PRC Pictures, Inc.; 15Dec44; LP13009.


  CASTLE ON THE HUDSON. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1940. 8 reels. A
    Warner Bros.-First National picture. From the book by Lewis E.
    Lawes.

    Credits: Director, Anatole Litvak; screenplay, Seton I. Miller,
    Brown Holmes, Courtney Terrett.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 17Feb40; LP9423.


  THE CAT AND THE MERMOUSE. Loew's Inc., c1949. 8 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Tom and Jerry Cartoon) (An MGM Cartoon)

    Credits: Producer, Fred Quimby; directors, William Hanna, Joseph
    Barbera; animation, Kenneth Muse, Ed Barge, Ray Patterson, Irven
    Spence, Al Grandmain; music, Scott Bradley.

    © Loew's Inc.; 11Aug49; LP2500.


  THE CAT CAME BACK. Distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.
    c1944. Presented by Paul Terry, 1 reel, sd., Technicolor.
    (Terrytoon)

    Credits: Director, Connie Rasinski; story, John Foster; music,
    Philip A. Scheib. Technicolor.

    © Terrytoons, Inc., 18Aug44; LP12849.


  CAT COLLEGE. Loew's Inc., c1940. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 829
    ft., sd., sepia. (A Pete Smith Specialty)

    Credits: Director, Joe Newman; screenplay, E. Maurice Adler; film
    editor, Philip Anderson.

    © Loew's Inc.; 25Jun40; LP9780.


  THE CAT CONCERTO. Loew's Inc., c1947. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Tom
    and Jerry Cartoon) (An MGM Cartoon)

    Credits: Producer, Fred Quimby; directors, William Hanna, Joseph
    Barbera; animation, Kenneth Muse, Ed Barge, Irven Spence; music
    director, Scott Bradley.

    © Loew's Inc.; 10Apr47; LP962.


  THE CAT CREEPS. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1946. 6 reels, sd.,
    35mm.

    Credits: Associate producer, Will Cowan; director, Erle C. Kenton;
    original story, Gerald Geraghty; screenplay, Edward Dein, Jerry
    Warner; music director, Paul Sawtell; film editor, Russel
    Schoengarth.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 11Apr46; LP285.


  CAT FISHIN! Loew's Inc., c1947. 8 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Tom and
    Jerry Cartoon) (An MGM Cartoon)

    Credits: Producer, Fred Quimby; directors, William Hanna, Joseph
    Barbera; animators, Kenneth Muse, Ed Barge, Michael Lah; music,
    Scott Bradley.

    © Loew's Inc.; 12Feb47; LP831.


  CAT MEETS MOUSE. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox, c1942. Presented
    by Terry-Toons. 1 reel, color. (A Terry-Toon)

    Credits: Producer, Paul Terry; director, Mannie Davis; story, John
    Foster. Technicolor.

    © Terry-Toons, Inc.; 20Feb42; MP12298.


  CAT NAP PLUTO. Walt Disney Productions, c1947. 6 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Pluto Cartoon)

    Credits: Director, Charles Nichols; story, Eric Gurney; animation,
    Phil Duncan, Jerry Hathcock, George Nicholas, Jack Boyd; music,
    Oliver Wallace.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 13Oct47; LP1974.


  CAT O'NINE AILS. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1948. 8 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Noveltoon)

    Credits: Director, Seymour Kneitel; story, Carl Meyer, Joe Stultz.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 9Jan48; LP1415.


  CAT PEOPLE. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1943. 73 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Val Lewton; director, Jacques Tourneur; written
    by DeWitt Bodeen; music, Roy Webb; music director, C. Bakaleinikoff;
    editor, Mark Robson.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 1Jan43; LP11814.


  THE CAT THAT HATED PEOPLE. Loew's Inc., c1948. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (An MGM Cartoon)

    Credits: Producer, Fred Quimby; director, Tex Avery; story, Heck
    Allen; animation, Walter Clinton, Louie Schmitt, William Shull,
    Grant Simmons; music, Scott Bradley.

    © Loew's Inc.; 10Nov48 (in notice: 1947); LP1931.


  CATALINA INTERLUDE. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1948. 18 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Musical Parade Featurette)

    Credits: Producer, Harry Grey; director, Alvin Ganzer; original
    screenplay, Jack Roberts, Peter R. Brooke; music director, Irvin
    Talbot; editor, Frank Bracht.

    Cast: Jimmy Dorsey and his orchestra, Richard Webb, Virginia Maxey,
    Bernadene Hayes.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 19Nov48; LP2003.


  CATÁLISE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd.,
    16mm.

    Credits: Collaborators, Hermann I. Schlesinger, Warren C. Johnson.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 6Jun46; MP722.


  CATALOGUE COWBOY. Soundies Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    A Filmcraft production.

    Credits: Producer, Ben Hersh; director, Dave Gould.

    © Soundies Films, Inc.; 30Dec46; MP1777.


  CATCH AS CATS CAN. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1947. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Merrie Melodies)

    Credits: Director, Arthur Davis; story, Dave Monahan.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 7Dec47; MP2548.


  CATCH 'EM AND EAT 'EM. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1944. 1 reel, sd.
    (Grantland Rice Sportlight)

    © Paramount Pictures Inc., 7Jul44; MP15756.


  CATCHING FUNDAMENTALS. Coronet, c1946. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Appl. author: James Smilgoff.

    © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 14Nov46;
    MP2017.


  CATCHING IN BASEBALL. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in
    collaboration with Jimmy Dykes and Hollis Thurston, c1947. 1 reel,
    sd., b&w, 16mm.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 11Feb47; MP1713.


  CATERPILLAR SHUFFLE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1943. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Aug43; MP13889.


  THE CATHODE-RAY TUBE—HOW IT WORKS. Presented by United States Navy.
    1,368 ft., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 14Apr44; 7 prints,
    13Apr44; MU14717.


  THE CATMAN OF PARIS. c1948. Presented by Republic Pictures. 7 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Marek M. Libkov; director, Lesley
    Selander; original screenplay, Sherman L. Lowe; music score, Dale
    Butts; music director, Richard Cherwin; photographer, Reggie
    Lanning; film editor, Harry Keller.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 29May46; LP312.


  CATNIP CAPERS. Distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1940.
    Presented by Paul Terry. 1 reel, sd., color. (Terrytoon)

    Credits: Producer, Paul Terry; director, Mannie Davis; story, John
    Foster; music, Philip A. Scheib. Technicolor.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 31May40; MP10284.


  CATNIPPED. Screen Gems, Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd., color. (A Flippy
    Cartoon)

    Credits: Director, Bob Wickersham; story, Grant Simmons, Roy
    Jenkins; animation, Paul Sommer, Chick Otterstrom; music, Eddie
    Kilfeather. Technicolor.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 22Feb46; LP192.


  CATS CAN'T DANCE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945.
    1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 31Dec45; MP62.


  THE CAT'S TALE. The Vitaphone Corp., c1941. 1 reel, sd. (Merrie
    Melodies) Leon Schlesinger Productions.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; story, Michael Maltese;
    animation, Herman Cohen; music director, Carl W. Stalling.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 1Mar41; MP10876.


  CAT-TASTROPHY. Screen Gems, Inc., c1949. 6 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Color Rhapsody)

    Credits: Producers, Raymond Katz, Henry Binder; director, Sid
    Marcus; story, Cal Howard, Dave Monahan; animation, Ben Lloyd,
    Howard Swift, Roy Jenkins; music, Darrell Calker.

    © Screen Gems, Inc., 30Jun49 (in notice; 1947); LP2435.


  CATTLE STAMPEDE. c1943. Presented by PRC Pictures. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sigmund Neufeld; director, Sam Newfield; original
    story and screenplay, Joe O'Donnell; film editor, Holbrook N. Todd.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 21Aug43; LP12204.


  THE CATTLEMAN. Erpi Classroom Films, Inc., c1939. 1 reel, sd.

    Appl. author: W. M. Gregory.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.; 21Dec39; MP9865.


  THE CATTLEMAN. SEE O Estancieiro.


  CATTLEMEN'S DAYS. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1944. 10 min., sd.,
    color. (Sports Parade)

    Credits: Producers, Blumenthal and Heilner; director, Andre De La
    Varre; narrator, Knox Manning. Technicolor.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 26Jun44; MP14966.


  CAUGHT. Enterprise Productions, Inc., c1949. 88 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    An MGM picture. Based on the novel "Wild Calendar" by Libbie Block.

    Summary: Seeking security, a young girl marries a multimillionaire
    and discovers that he is a sadistic neurotic.

    Credits: Producer, Wolfgang Reinhardt; director, Max Opuls;
    screenplay, Arthur Laurents; music, Frederick Hollander; film
    editor, Robert Parrish.

    Cast: James Mason, Barbara Bel Geddes, Robert Ryan, Frank Ferguson,
    Curt Bois.

    © Enterprise Productions, Inc.; 15Feb49 (in notice: 1948); LP2203.


  CAUGHT BETWEEN. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 9Aug43; MP13836.


  CAUGHT IN THE ACT. Producers Releasing Corp., c1941. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, T. H. Richmond; director, Jean Yarborough;
    original story, Robert Cosgriff; screenplay, Al Martin.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 25Jan41; LP10209.


  CAUGHT IN THE DRAFT. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1941. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, B. G. DeSylva; director, David Butler; original
    story and screenplay, Harry Tugend; photographer, Charles
    Schoenbaum; film editor, Irene Morra.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 23May41; LP11050.


  CAUGHT MAPPING. Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.; title & descr., 22Jan41; 1,224
    prints, 21Jan41; LU10187.


  THE CAUSES AND IMMEDIATE EFFECTS OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR. International
    Geographic Pictures, c1940. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Script, Richard Montague; narration, John S. Martin.

    © International Geographic Pictures; 31Dec40; MP11760.


  CAVALCADE OF ARCHERY. The Vitaphone Corp., c1945. 10 min., sd., color.
    (Sports Parade)

    Credits: Producer, Gordon Hollingshead; director, Howard Hill;
    narrative, Roger Q. Denny; narrator, Knox Manning. Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 31Dec45; MP116.


  CAVALCADE OF AVIATION. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1941. 2 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Producers, Joseph O'Brien, Thomas Mead; narrator, Graham
    McNamee.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 24Dec41; LP10927.


  CAVALCADE OF DANCE. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1944. 10 min., sd.
    (Melody Masters)

    Credits: Director, Jean Negulesco; narrator, Art Gilmore.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 29May44; MP14889.


  CAVALCADE OF MOVIES. Sherwood Pictures, c1946. 1 reel, si., 16mm.

    Appl. author: Renee Sherwood.

    © Sherwood Pictures; 4Mar46; MP326.


  CAVALCADE OF SAN FRANCISCO, c1940. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    814 ft., sd., color. (James A. FitzPatrick's Traveltalk)

    Credits: Producer and narrator, James A. FitzPatrick; music score,
    Nat Finston, C. Bakaleinikoff; photographer, Bob Carney.
    Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 20Sep40; MP10509.


  O CAVALO. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in collaboration with
    Ernest Horn, Arthur I. Gates and Celeste C. Pearson, c1947. 1 reel,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. Portuguese version of "The Horse."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 24Jan47; MP1622.


  CAVE MAN. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 8Dec41; MP11909.


  CEILING HERO. The Vitaphone Corp., c1940. 1 reel, sd., color. (Merrie
    Melodies)

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; story, Dave Monahan; animation,
    Rod Scribner; music director, Carl W. Stalling. Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 24Aug40; MP10426.


  THE CELEBRATED JUMPING FROG OF CALAVERAS COUNTY. Marshall Grant-Realm
    Television Productions, c1949. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on the
    story by Mark Twain [pseud. of Samuel Langhorne Clemens].

    Summary: A gambler's pet jumping frog is defeated in a contest when
    a sly stranger fills its gullet with quail shot.

    Credits: Producer, Elihu Winer; director, Sobey Martin; screenplay,
    Elihu Winer, Paul Trivers; editor, Daniel Cahn.

    © Realm Television Productions, Inc.; 27Jun49; LP2430.


  CELEBRATION DAYS. Vitaphone Corp., c1947. 20 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Warner Bros.

    Summary: Scenes photographed during the Minneapolis Aquatennial, a
    summer festival, show an aquatic steeplechase, water ski jumps,
    outboard motor races, and the Aqua Follies.

    Credits: Directed and written by Saul Elkins; narrator, Art Gilmore.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 29Dec47; MP2704.


  THE CELL: STRUCTURAL UNIT OF LIFE. Coronet, c1949. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm.

    Summary: Presents through the lens of the microscope the living,
    simple cell.

    Credits: Educational collaborators, Walter A. Thurber, William B.
    Clemens.

    © David A. Smart; 15Feb49; MP4274.


  CENTENNIAL SUMMER. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1946. 9,263 ft.,
    sd., 35mm. Based on the novel by Albert E. Idell.

    Credits: Director, Otto Preminger; screenplay, Michael Kanin; music
    director, Alfred Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 10Jul46; LP568.


  CENTRAL AMERICA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1944. 1 reel.
    (Caribbean Region, 2)

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 22Sep44; MP15908.


  CENTRAL AMERICA. SEE

    A América Central.

    Centro América.


  THE CENTRAL OFFICE ENGINEERING STAFF. sd. (Little Journeys in General
    Motors)

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization, Inc.

    © General Motors Corp.; title & descr., 28Apr44; 12 prints, 29Apr44;
    MU14818.


  CENTRO AMÉRICA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in collaboration
    with L. S. Rowe and William Manger, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Spanish version of "Central America."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 5Feb47; MP1683.


  A CERTAIN NOBLEMAN. Cathedral Films, Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Cathedral Films, Inc.; 17Mar41; LP10406.


  CHA-CHI-MAN. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 13Nov44; MP15391.


  CHAD HANNA. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1940. 8,226 ft., sd.
    The story of "Red Wheels Rolling" by Walter D. Edmonds.

    Credits: Director, Henry King; screenplay, Nunnally Johnson; music
    director, David Buttolph.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 27Dec40; LP10410.


  THE CHAIR FOR MARTIN ROME. SEE The Cry of the City.


  CHAIR SONG. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 18Feb46; MP203.


  THE CHALLENGE. Reliance Pictures, Inc. Released by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp., c1948. 68 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: Bulldog Drummond solves the murders which occur as a
    consequence of a search for a casket of gold.

    Credits: Producers, Ben Pivar and Bernard Small; director, John
    Yarbrough; screenplay, Frank Gruber, Irving Elman; music, Milton
    Rosen; film editor, Fred Freirshans.

    Cast: Tom Conway, June Vincent, Richard Stapley, John Newland, Eily
    Malyon.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation; 12Feb48; LP1881.


  CHALLENGE FOR THE FUTURE. Jam Handy Organization, Inc. Presented by
    Oldsmobile Division, General Motors Corp. 919 ft., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: The film traces the development of the Oldsmobile car from
    1897 to the present, and points out to salesmen that the Oldsmobile
    Company, the oldest automobile firm in existence, offers unique
    opportunities for advancement.

    © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title, descr., & 1c, 25Mar48;
    MU2908.


  CHALLENGE OF THE RANGE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1949. 56 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A Western in which the Durango Kid apprehends the "ghost
    raiders" who are terrorizing the small land-owners.

    Credits: Producer, Colbert Clark; director, Ray Nazarro; original
    screenplay, Ed. Earl Repp; film editor, Paul Borofsky.

    Cast: Charles Starrett, Smiley Burnette, Paula Raymond, William
    Halop, Steve Darrell.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 3Feb49; LP2156.


  CHALLENGE TO LASSIE. Loew's Inc., c1949. 76 min., sd., color, 35mm. An
    MGM picture. Based on the novel "Greyfriar's Bobby" by Eleanor
    Atkinson.

    Summary: A drama about a collie dog and her adventures in Edinburgh
    in 1860.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Sisk; director, Richard Thorpe;
    screenplay, William Ludwig; music score, Andre Previn; film editor,
    George White.

    Cast: Edmund Gwenn, Donald Crisp, Geraldine Brooks, Reginald Owen,
    Lassie.

    © Loew's Inc.; 25Oct49; LP2595.


  THE CHAMP OF CHAMPIONS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1943. 930 ft., sd.
    (The World of Sports)

    Credits: Director, Harry Foster; commentator, Bill Stern; music,
    Jack Shilkret; photography, Jack Etra, Charles Levine.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 29Oct43; MP14176.


  CHAMPAGNE FOR TWO. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1947. 19 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Musical Parade Featurette) Based on a story by Billy
    Rose.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Grey; director, Mel Epstein; screenplay,
    Jack Roberts; music score, Van Cleave; music director, Phil
    Boutelje; editor, Everett Douglass.

    Cast: Isabelita, George Reeves, Ida Moore.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 13Jun47; LP1245.


  CHAMPAGNE MUSIC. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1946. 2 reels, sd.,
    35mm.

    Credits: Production, direction, and story, Will Cowan; music
    director, Milton Rosen; film editor, Joseph Gluck.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 26Sep46; LP601.


  THE CHAMPAGNE MUSIC OF LAWRENCE WELK AND HIS ORCHESTRA. Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc., c1949. 15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A musical short.

    Credits: Producer and director, Will Cowan; film editor, Danny B.
    Landres.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 31Jan49; (in notice: 1948); MP3852.


  CHAMPAGNE POLKA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 1Oct45; MP16361.


  CHAMPION. Screen Plays Corp. Released through United Artists Corp.,
    c1949. 100 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the story by Ring Lardner.

    Summary: A study of the success of a ruthless prizefighter who uses
    men and women to his own egotistical ends.

    Credits: Producer, Stanley Kramer; director, Mark Robson;
    screenplay, Carl Foreman; music composer and director, Dimitri
    Tiomkin; film editor, Harry Gerstad.

    Cast: Kirk Douglas, Marilyn Maxwell, Arthur Kennedy, Paul Stewart,
    Luis Van Rooten.

    © Screen Plays II Corp.; 9Feb49; LP2185.


  THE CHAMPION OF JUSTICE. Terrytoons, Inc., c1944. 1 reel, sd., color.
    (A Terrytoon)

    Credits: Director, Mannie Davis; story, John Foster. Technicolor.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 17Mar44; MP14673.


  CHAMPION OF THE CUE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1945. 686 ft., sd. (The
    World of Sports)

    Credits: Director, Harry Foster; commentator, Bill Stern;
    photographer, Jack Etra.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 27Sep45; MP16491.


  CHAMPIONS AT THE WHEEL. Aetna Life Affiliated Companies, c1946. 1
    reel, sd., color, 16mm.

    © Aetna Life Affiliated Companies; 1Apr46; MP2341.


  CHAMPIONS CARRY ON. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1943. 1 reel,
    sd. (Ed Thorgersen's Sports Review)

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; continuity, Arthur Lincer; music
    score, L. de Francesco.

    © Twentieth Century Fox-Film Corp.; 10Dec43; MP14773.


  CHAMPIONS IN THE MAKING. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1948. 10 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (The World of Sports, no. 137)

    Summary: Amateur athletes engage in various sports, including
    tennis, swimming, track and field events, and figure skating.

    Credits: Narrator, Bill Stern.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 13May48; LP1717.


  CHAMPIONS OF THE FUTURE. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1944. 10 min.,
    sd., color. (Sports Parade)

    Credits: Written and directed by Howard Hill; narrator, Sam Balter.
    Technicolor.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 30Dec44; MP15666.


  CHAMPIONS OF THE GRIDIRON; a saga of the National Football League. Jam
    Handy Organization. Presented by General Mills, Inc. 4 reels, sd.
    This is a revision of the 1939 version of the official National
    League picture, originally made by Industrial Pictures, Inc., for
    General Mills.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © General Mills, Inc.; title & descr., 3Feb40; 352 prints, 5Feb40;
    MU9951.


  CHAMPIONS TRAINING CHAMPIONS. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.,
    photographed by the Bureau of Aeronautics, U.S. Navy, c1943. 20
    min., sd., color.

    Credits: Written by James Bloodworth; narrator, Lou Marcelle.
    Technicolor.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 2Aug43; LP12159.


  CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING CONTEST BETWEEN CEREFINO GARCIA, CHAMPION, AND
    HENRY ARMSTRONG, CHALLENGER, HELD AT GILMORE STADIUM, LOS ANGELES,
    CALIFORNIA, MARCH 1, 1940.

    © James M. O'Connell; title, descr., & 10 prints, 15Mar40; MU10042.


  THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1943. 7 reels, sd.
    Based upon the character "Boston Blackie" created by Jack Boyle.

    Credits: Producer, Wallace MacDonald; director, William Castle;
    original screenplay, Paul Yawitz; music director, M. W. Stoloff;
    film editor, Jerome Thoms.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 15Oct43; LP12305.


  CHANGED IDENTITY. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 962 ft., sd., sepia. (A Miniature) From the
    playlet by Joel Malone.

    Credits: Director, Roy Rowland; screenplay, Doane Hoag, E. Maurice
    Adler; music score, Lennie Hayton; film editor, Joseph Dietrick.

    © Loew's Inc.; 6Nov41; LP10899.


  CHANT OF THE JUNGLE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1943. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 27Sep43; MP13975.


  LE CHANTEUR INCONNU (THE UNKNOWN SINGER). sd.

    Appl. author: Henri Diamant-Berger.

    © Gray-Film; title, descr., & 10 prints, 3Jun47; LU1029.


  CHARGE THAT TO MY ACCOUNT. C. O. Baptista Films, c1949. 22 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Dr. Harry A. Ironside's illustrated sermon on the book of
    Philemon.

    © C. O. Baptista Films; 1Mar49 (in notice: 1948); MP4541.


  CHARLES DICKENS: BACKGROUND FOR HIS WORKS. Coronet, c1949. 11 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Presents the London in which Dickens lived and portrays the
    settings and social conditions about which he wrote. For junior and
    senior high school grades.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, J. Paul Leonard.

    © David A. Smart; 12Jul49; MP4500.


  CHARLEY'S AUNT. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1941. 7,275 ft.,
    sd. From the comedy by Brandon Thomas.

    Credits: Director, Archie Mayo; screenplay, George Seaton; music
    director, Alfred Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 1Aug41; LP10657.


  CHARLIE BARNET AND HIS BAND. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1949.
    11 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Movietone Melodies)

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; directed and written by Charles
    Skinner; film editor, Arthur Lincer.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 22Jun49; MP4706.


  CHARLIE BARNET AND HIS ORCHESTRA. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1947.
    15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Producer and director, Will Cowan; music director, Milton
    Rosen; film editor, Frank Gross.

    Cast: Charlie Barnet, Rita Shore, Della Norell, Jeanne Blanche,
    Igor.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 1Apr47; LP1042.


  CHARLIE BARNET AND HIS ORCHESTRA IN REDSKIN RHUMBA.
    Universal-International, c1948. 15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A musical short.

    Credits: Producer and director, Will Cowan; film editor, Ralph
    Dawson.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 23Nov48; MP3560.


  CHARLIE CHAN AT THE WAX MUSEUM. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.,
    c1940. 5,718 ft., sd. Based on the character "Charlie Chan" created
    by Earl Derr Biggers.

    Credits: Director, Lynn Shores; original screenplay, John Larkin;
    music director, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 6Sep40; LP9928.


  CHARLIE CHAN CARRIES ON. SEE Charlie Chan's Murder Cruise.


  CHARLIE CHAN IN CITY IN DARKNESS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.,
    c1939. 6,686 ft., sd. Based on a play by Gina Kaus and Ladislaus
    Fodor, and on the character "Charlie Chan" created by Earl Derr
    Biggers.

    Credits: Director, Herbert I. Leeds; screenplay, Robert Ellis, Helen
    Logan; music director, Samuel Kaylin.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 1Dec39; LP9341.


  CHARLIE CHAN IN PANAMA. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1940. 6,061
    ft., sd. Based on the character "Charlie Chan" created by Earl Derr
    Biggers.

    Credits: Director, Norman Foster; original screenplay, John Larkin,
    Lester Ziffren; music director, Samuel Kaylin.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 8Mar40; LP9651.


  CHARLIE CHAN IN RIO. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1941. 5,540
    ft., sd. Based on the character "Charlie Chan" created by Earl Derr
    Biggers.

    Credits: Director, Harry Lachman; screenplay, Samuel G. Engel,
    Lester Ziffren; music director, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 5Sep41; LP10734.


  CHARLIE CHAN IN THE SECRET SERVICE. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1944. 7
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Philip N. Krasne; director, Phil Rosen; original
    screenplay, George Callahan; music director, Karl Hajos;
    photographer, Ira Morgan; film editor, Marty Cohn.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 8Jan44; LP12543.


  CHARLIE CHAN'S MURDER CRUISE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1940.
    6,315 ft., sd. Based on the story "Charlie Chan Carries On" by Earl
    Derr Biggers.

    Credits: Director, Eugene Forde; screenplay, Robertson White, Lester
    Ziffren.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 21Jun40; LP9750.


  CHARLIE MCCARTHY, DETECTIVE, c1939. Presented by Universal Studios. 9
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Jerry Sackheim; director, Frank Tuttle;
    original story, Darrell Ware, Robertson White; screenplay, Edward
    Eliscu, Harold Schumate, Richard Mack; music director, Charles
    Previn; cameraman, George Robinson; film editor, Bernard Burton.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 31Dec39; LP9319.


  CHARLIE SPIVAK AND HIS ORCHESTRA. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1947.
    15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Producer and director, Will Cowan; film editor, Milton
    Carruth.

    Cast: Charlie Spivak, Rusty Nichols, Tommy Mercer, Margaret Savage,
    Jeanne Blanche.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 1Apr47; LP1043.


  CHARM AND PERSONALITY. Warren's Motion Pictures, c1939. 3 reels, si.,
    color, 16mm.

    © Parry O. Warren; 20Oct39; MP11318.


  CHARTER PILOT. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1940. 6,340 ft., sd.
    Based on a story by J. Robert Bren and Norman Houston.

    Credits: Director, Eugene Forde; screenplay, Stanley Rauh, Lester
    Ziffren; music director, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 6Dec40; LP10309.


  THE CHASE. Nero Pictures, Inc., c1946. 86 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. From
    the book "The Black Path of Fear" by Cornell Woolrich.

    Credits: Producer, Seymour Nebenzal; director, Arthur D. Repley;
    screenplay, Philip Yordan; music score, Michel Michelet; music
    director, Heinz Roemheld; film editor, Edward Mann.

    Cast: Robert Cummings, Michele Morgan, Steve Cochran, Peter Lorre,
    Lloyd Corrigan.

    © Nero Pictures, Inc.; 22Nov46; LP739.


  CHASE ME, CHARLIE. Essanay Manufacturing Co., c1948. 6 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A composite picture showing the vicissitudes of life as
    experienced by Charlie Chaplin in his various comedies.

    Credits: Supervisor, Nathan Cy Braunstein; text, Hi Alexander;
    narrator, Teddy Bergman; original music, Ellias Breeskin.

    Cast: Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Leo White, Harry Brownlow,
    Ben Turpin.

    © Capital Pictures Corp.; 2Sep48; LP1846.


  CHASIN' THE BLUES. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1942. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Will Cowan; director, Reginald Le Borg;
    orchestrations, Milton Rosen; film editor, Alvin Todd.

    © Universal Pictures Co.; Inc.; 23Oct42; LP11742.


  CHASING RAINBOWS. RKO Pathe, Inc., c1947. 8 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Sportscope, no. 12)

    Credits: Producer, Jay Bonafield; director, Joseph Walsh; written by
    Burton Benjamin; narrator, Andre Baruch; music, Nathaniel Shilkret.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc., 25Jul47; MP2287.


  CHASING TROUBLE. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1940. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Grant Withers; director, Howard
    Bretherton; original story and screenplay, Mary McCarthy;
    photographer, Harry Neumann.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 17Jan40; LP9391.


  CHATA. Contemporary Films, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the
    book of the same title by Alvin and Darley Gordon.

    Summary: A tropical fantasy depicting incidents in the daily life of
    a little Mexican girl who lives on the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. At a
    fiesta she finds a mask which she sells in order to save her pet
    chicken from market.

    Credits: Direction and script, Alvin and Darley Gordon; original
    music, Walter Tullis.

    © Alvin J. Gordon d.b.a. Contemporary Films; 26Nov47; MP2934.


  CHATTER. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 29Nov43; MP14250.


  CHATTERBOX. c1943. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Albert J. Cohen; director, Joseph
    Santley; original screenplay, George Carleton Brown, Frank Gill,
    Jr.; music director, Walter Scharf; photographer, Ernest Miller;
    film editor, Ernest Nims.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 2Apr43; LP12008.


  THE CHEATERS. c1945. Presented by Republic Pictures. 10 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer and director, Joseph Kane; original
    story, Frances Hyland, Albert Ray; screenplay, Frances Hyland; music
    score, Walter Scharf; photographer, Reggie Lanning; film editor,
    Richard L. Van Enger.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 8Jun45; LP13333.


  CHEATIN' WOMAN BLUES. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1946. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 4Feb46; MP189.


  CHEATING IN GAMBLING. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1949. 17 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: John Scarne, authority on cards, demonstrates in slow
    motion the tricks of the card sharps.

    Credits: Producer, Thomas Mead; directed and written by Arthur
    Cohen; narrator, Ed Herlihy.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 31Jan49; MP3851.


  CHECK AND DOUBLE CHECK. Motion Picture Bureau, Aetna Casualty and
    Surety Company for the United States Secret Service, Treasury Dept.,
    c1945. 2 reels, sd.

    Appl. author: Stanley F. Withe.

    © Aetna Casualty and Surety Company; 1Mar45; MP16036.


  CHECK YOUR GUNS. Eagle Lion Films, Inc., c1948. 55 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: Eddie Dean as sheriff of Red Gap protects the law-abiding
    citizens against a band of outlaws and a dishonest judge.

    Credits: Producer, Jerry Thomas; director, Ray Taylor; original
    screenplay, Joseph O'Donnell; film editor, Joseph Gluck.

    Cast: Eddie Dean, White Cloud, Roscoe Ates, Nancy Gates, George
    Chesebro.

    © Pathe Industries, Inc.; 24Jan48; LP1430.


  THE CHECKERED COAT. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.,
    c1948. 66 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A Belsam Production.

    Summary: A crime melodrama in which the killer's downfall occurs as
    the result of cataleptic seizures.

    Credits: Producer, Sam Baerwitz; director, Edward L. Cahn; original
    story, Seeleg Lester, Merwin Gerard; screenplay, John C. Higgins;
    editor, Paul Landres.

    Cast: Tom Conway, Noreen Nash, Hurd Hatfield, James Seay, Garry
    Owen.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 16Jun48; LP2021.


  CHEERS FOR MISS BISHOP. Richard A. Rowland Productions, Inc. Released
    thru United Artists, c1941. 10 reels, sd. From the novel "Miss
    Bishop" by Bess Streeter Aldrich.

    Credits: Producer, Richard A. Rowland; director, Tay Garnett;
    screenplay, Adelaide Heilbron, Sheridan Gibney; screen adaptation,
    Stephen Vincent Benet; music director, Edward Ward; film editor,
    William Claxton.

    © Richard A. Rowland Productions, Inc.; 30Jan41; LP10229.


  CHEESE BURGLER. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd. 35mm.
    (Noveltoon)

    Credits: Director, I. Sparber; story, Carl Meyer, Joe Stultz.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 22Feb46; LP325.


  THE CHEESE FAMILY ALBUM. Wilding Picture Productions, Inc., c1949. 32
    min., sd., color, 16mm.

    Summary: Stories about various cheeses. Shows cheese being made in
    one of the modern Kraft factories.

    Credits: Directors, Wallace Fox, Jack Tilles; screenplay, Leo
    Rosencrans; editor, Foster Travis.

    Cast: Otto Kruger.

    © Kraft Foods Co.; 1Apr49; LP2257.


  CHEF DONALD. Walt Disney Productions, c1941. 1 reel, sd. (A Walt
    Disney Donald Duck)

    © Walt Disney Productions; 7Aug41; LP10810.


  CHEMICAL WEED CONTROL. Jam Handy Organization, Inc. Presented by the
    Dow Chemical Co. 24 min., sd., color, 16mm.

    Summary: Demonstrates the latest developments in chemical weed
    control.

    © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 27May49; 12
    prints, 31May49; MU4177.


  CHEMISTRY AND A CHANGING WORLD. Erpi Classroom Films, Inc., c1940. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.; 26Dec40; MP10824.


  CHEROKEE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 23Jul45; MP16149.


  THE CHEROKEE FLASH. c1945. Presented by Republic Pictures. 55 min.,
    sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Bennett Cohen; director, Thomas Carr;
    original screenplay, Betty Burbridge; music director, Richard
    Cherwin; photographer, Reggie Lanning; film editor, Charles Craft.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 28Nov45; LP43.


  CHEROKEE STRIP. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1940. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Sherman; director, Lesley Selander;
    original story, Bernard McConville; screenplay, Norman Houston,
    Bernard McConville; photography, Russell Harlan; film editor,
    Sherman A. Rose.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 11Oct40; LP9977.


  CHETINIKS! Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1943. 6,577 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Louis King; original story, Jack Andrews;
    screenplay, Jack Andrews, Edward E. Paramore; music director, Emil
    Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 5Feb43; LP12348.


  CHEW-CHEW BABY. c1945. Presented by Universal. 1 reel, sd., color. (A
    Walt Lantz Cartune)

    Credits: Producer, Walt Lantz; director, James Culhane; story, Ben
    Hardaway, Milt Schaffer; animation, Paul Smith, Grim Natwick; music,
    Darrell Calker. Technicolor.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc. & Walter Lantz Productions; 7Feb45;
    MP15640.


  THE CHEWIN' BRUIN. The Vitaphone Corp., c1940. 7 min., sd. (Looney
    Tunes)

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; animation, Norman McCabe,
    ViveRisto; music direction, Carl W. Stalling.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 8Jun40; MP10264.


  CHEYENNE. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1947. 100 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. A First National picture. From a story by Paul I. Wellman.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Buckner; director, Raoul Walsh;
    screenplay, Alan LeMay, Thames Williamson; music, Max Steiner; music
    director, Leo F. Forbstein; orchestral arrangements, Hugo
    Friedhofer; film editor, Christian Nyby.

    Cast: Dennis Morgan, Jane Wyman, Janis Paige, Bruce Bennett, Alan
    Hale.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 14Jun47; LP1058.


  CHEYENNE COWBOY. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1949. Released through
    Universal International. 25 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A musical Western about the capture of a dishonest cattle
    agent.

    Credits: Producer, Will Cowan; director, Nate Watt; story and
    screenplay, Luci Ward; music, Milton Schwarzwald; film editor, Frank
    Gross.

    Cast: "Tex" Williams, Lina Romay, "Smokey" Rogers, "Deuce"
    Spriggens, Stanley Andrews.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 31Jan49; LP2165.


  THE CHEYENNE KID. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1940. 6 reels.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Webb; director, Raymond K. Johnson; story,
    Tom Gibson; photography, Edward Kull; film editor, Robert Golden.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 15Feb40; LP9439.


  CHEYENNE ROUNDUP. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1942. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Oliver Drake; director, Ray Taylor;
    original story and screenplay, Elmer Clifton, Bernard McConville;
    music director, H. J. Salter; photography, William Sickner; film
    editor, Otto Ludwig.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 8Oct42; LP11635.


  CHEYENNE TAKES OVER. New PRC Pictures, Inc., c1947. 58 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Credits: Producer, Jerry Thomas; director, Ray Taylor; original
    screenplay, Arthur E. Orloff; music, Walter Greene; film editor, Joe
    Gluck.

    Cast: "Lash" La Rue, Al "Fuzzy" St. John.

    Appl. author: Eagle Lion Films, Inc.

    © Pathe Industries, Inc.; 25Oct47; LP1309.


  CHEYENNE WILDCAT. c1944. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels, sd.
    Based on Fred Harman's famous NEA comic.

    Credits: Associate producer, Louis Gray; director, Lesley Selander;
    original screenplay, Randall Faye; music score, Joseph Dubin;
    photographer, Bud Thackery; film editor, Charles Craft.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 11Sep44; LP12875.


  CHICAGO. SEE Roxie Hart.


  THE CHICAGO KID. Republic Pictures Corp., c1945. 7 reels, sd. Based on
    an original story by Karl Brown.

    Credits: Associate producer, Eddy White; director, Frank McDonald;
    screenplay, Jack Townley; music director, Morton Scott;
    photographer, William Bradford; film editor, Ralph Dixon.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 15May45; LP13354.


  CHICAGO LULU. SEE The Bamboo Blonde.


  CHICAGO, THE BEAUTIFUL. Loew's Inc., c1948. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (James A. FitzPatrick's Traveltalks) An MGM picture.

    Summary: Shows many points of interest which contribute toward
    making Chicago famous, including large hotels, financial and
    recreational centers, the transportation system, and the famous Lake
    Shore Drive.

    Credits: Producer and narrator, James A. FitzPatrick; music score,
    Joseph Nussbaum.

    © Loew's Inc.; 22Jul48; MP3316.


  CHI-CHI-CASTENANGO. Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946.
    Presented by RCM Productions, Inc. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Credits: Producer, Ben Hersh; director, Dave Gould.

    © Soundies Films, Inc. (in notice: Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc.); 30Dec46; MP1565.


  CHICK AND DOUBLE CHICK. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd.,
    35mm.

    Credits: Director, Seymour Kneitel; story, Carl Meyer, Jace Ward.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc,; 16Aug46; LP507.


  CHICK CARTER, DETECTIVE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1946. 2 reels each
    (no. 1, 3 reels), sd. Based on the Street and Smith character "the
    Shadow." © Columbia Pictures Corp.

    Credits: Director, Derwin Abrahams; screenplay, George Plympton,
    Harry Fraser.

    1. Chick Carter Takes Over. © 11Jul46; LP524.

    2. Jump to Eternity. © 18Jul46; LP525.

    3. Grinding Wheels. © 25Jul46; LP526.

    4. Chick Carter Trapped. © 1Aug46; LP527.

    5. Out of Control. © 8Aug46; LP528.

    6. Chick Carter's Quest. © 15Aug46; LP529.

    7. Chick Carter's Frame-Up. © 22Aug46; LP548.

    8. Chick Carter Gives Chase. © 29Aug46; LP561.

    9. Shadows in the Night. © 5Sep46; LP571.

    10. Run to Earth. © 12Sep46; LP587.

    11. Hurled into Space. © 19Sep46; LP596.

    12. Chick Carter Faces Death. © 26Sep46; LP611.

    13. Rendezvous with Murder. © 3Oct46; LP633.

    14. Chick Carter Sets a Trap. © 10Oct46; LP638.

    15. Chick Carter Wins Out. © 17Oct46; LP652.


  CHICKEN EVERY SUNDAY. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1949. 91
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the stage play by Julius J. and
    Philip G. Epstein, from the book by Rosemary Taylor.

    Summary: The comic ups-and-downs of family life with a fly-by-night
    father and his down-to-earth wife. Setting, Tucson, Arizona, from
    1890 to 1910.

    Credits: Producer, William Perlberg; director, George Seaton;
    screenplay, George Seaton, Valentine Davies; music, Alfred Newman;
    film editor, Robert Simpson.

    Cast: Dan Dailey, Celeste Holm, Colleen Townsend, Alan Young,
    Natalie Wood.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 19Jan49; LP2193.


  CHICKEN FEED. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1940. 18 min., sd. (Radio
    Flash, no. 3)

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director, Jean Yarbrough; story,
    Jack Townley, Fred Guiol; film editor, John Lockert.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 19Jan40; LP9512.


  CHICKEN LITTLE. Walt Disney Productions, c1943. 1 reel, sd.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 4Nov43; LP12602.


  A CHICKEN ON YOUR KNEE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1943. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 23Mar43; MP13400.


  CHICKEN REEL. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 25Oct43; MP14077.


  CHICKEN SHACK SHUFFLE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1943. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 21Sep43; MP13991.


  CHICKEY! THE COP. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 7Jun43; MP13642.


  LA CHIENNE. SEE Scarlet Street.


  CHILD CARE. Eastman Kodak Co., Teaching Films Division, c1940. 1 reel
    each, sd.

    © Eastman Kodak Co., Teaching Films Division.

    Credits: Photographer, J. S. Watson, Jr. Appl. author: C. E. Turner.

    Bathing the Infant. © 7Mar40; MP10331.

    Feeding the Infant. © 11Mar40; MP10332.


  A CHILD IS BORN. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1939. 9 reels. Based on
    the play by Mary McDougal Axelson.

    Credits: Director, Lloyd Bacon; screenplay, Robert Rossen.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 30Dec39; LP9325.


  THE CHILD OF BETHLEHEM. Cathedral Films, Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Cathedral Films, Inc.; 17Mar41; LP10405.


  CHILD OF DIVORCE. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1946. 62 min., sd., 35mm.
    Based on the play "Wednesday's Child" by Leopold L. Atlas.

    Credits: Director, Richard O. Fleischer; written for the screen by
    Lillie Hayward; music, Leigh Harline; music director, C.
    Bakaleinikoff; editor, Samuel E. Beetley.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 30Oct46; LP705.


  CHILD PSYKOLOJIKY. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; story, George Manuell.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 11Jul41; LP10590.


  CHILDBIRTH; modern technique. Sherwood Pictures, c1946. 1 reel, 16mm.

    Appl. author: T. Marc Sherwood.

    © Sherwood Pictures; 1Mar46; MP393.


  CHILDHOOD DAYS. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1943. 10 min., sd.
    (Melody Master)

    Credits: Director, Jean Negulesco.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 10Jul43; MP13723.


  CHILDREN IN TROUBLE. March of Time for the New York State Youth
    Commission, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.

    © Time, Inc.; 29Mar47; MP2077.


  CHILDREN OF CHINA. Erpi Classroom Films, Inc., c1940. 1 reel, sd.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.; 26Dec40; MP10825.


  CHILDREN OF CHINA. SEE

    Inside China.

    Los Niños Chinos.


  CHILDREN OF HOLLAND. Erpi Classroom Films, Inc., c1939. 1 reel, sd.

    Appl. author: Arthur I. Gates.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.; 3Nov39; MP9831.


  CHILDREN OF HOLLAND. SEE Niños Holandeses.


  CHILDREN OF JAPAN. Erpi Classroom Films, Inc., c1940. 1 reel, sd.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.; 15Oct40; MP10691.


  CHILDREN OF PARADISE (LES ENFANTS DU PARADIS) c1946. 16 reels, sd.

    Credits: Directors, Charles Munch, Marcel Carne; scenario, Jacques
    Prevert; music, Joseph Kosma, Maurice Thierte, Georges Mouque.

    © Tricolore Films, Inc.; 15Nov46; LP701.


  CHILDREN OF SWITZERLAND. Erpi Classroom Films, Inc., c1940. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.; 29Mar40; MP10338.


  CHILDREN OF SWITZERLAND. SEE

    As Crianças da Suiça.

    Suiza Rural—Niños.


  CHILDREN'S VILLAGE. RKO Pathe, Inc., c1948. 19 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (This Is America, no. 3)

    Summary: A presentation of the aims, methods, and activities of the
    school for maladjusted boys at Dobbs Ferry, New York.

    Credits: Producer, Jay Bonafield; director, Edward J. Montagne;
    script, Ardis Smith; narrator, Dwight Weist.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 9Jan48; MP2774.


  CHILE; people of the country estates. Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.,
    c1940. 1 reel, sd.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.; 24Dec40; MP10826.


  CHILLY 'N COLD. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 16Apr45; MP15848.


  CHIME BELLS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 13Sep43; MP13933.


  CHIMP AVIATOR. SEE Variety Views, no. 161.


  CHIMP ON THE LOOSE. SEE Variety Views, no. 150.


  CHINA. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1943. 8 reels, sd. Based on a play by
    Archibald Forbes.

    Credits: Producer, Richard Blumenthal; director, John Farrow;
    screenplay, Frank Butler; editor, Eda Warren.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 19Mar43; LP12082.


  CHINA. Time, Inc., c1945. 1 reel. (Forum Edition)

    © Time, Inc.; 1Sep45; MP16385.


  CHINA CARRIES ON. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1945. 1 reel,
    sd., color. (Movietone Adventures)

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; narrator, Hugh James; music score,
    L. De Francesco; photography, Rupert Swelson; film editor, Russ
    Sheilds. Cinecolor.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 12Oct45; MP84.


  CHINA FIGHTS BACK. SEE The March of Time, v. 7, no. 11.


  CHINA GIRL. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1942. 8,615 ft., sd.
    Based on a story by Melville Crossman.

    Credits: Director, Henry Hathaway; written by Ben Hecht; music
    director, Hugo W. Friedhofer.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 3Dec42; LP11770.


  CHINA SKY. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1945. 78 min., sd. Based on the
    novel by Pearl S. Buck.

    Credits: Producer, Maurice Geraghty; director, Ray Enright;
    screenplay, Brenda Weisberg, Joseph Hoffman; music, Leigh Harline;
    music director, C. Bakaleinikoff; editors, Gene Milford, Marvin
    Coil.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 24May45; LP13343.


  CHINA TODAY. Roland Shang-Yoong Lawler. 2,000 ft., color, 16mm.

    Credits: Photographer and editor, R. S. Y. Lawler.

    © Roland Shang-Yoong Lawler; title, descr., & 7 prints, 16Apr45;
    MU15849.


  CHINA'S LITTLE DEVILS. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1945. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Grant Withers; director, Monta Bell; original
    story and screenplay, Sam Ornitz; photography, Harry Neumann; film
    editor, Dick Currier.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 27Mar45; LP13252.


  CHINATOWN CAPERS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946.
    1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. A Filmcraft production.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Dec46; MP1455.


  CHINATOWN CHAMPS. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1944. 10 min., sd.,
    color. (Sports Parade)

    Credits: Producers, Heilner, Blumenthal; director, Andre DeLaVarre;
    narrator, Knox Manning. Technicolor.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 18Apr44; MP14719.


  CHINATOWN, MY CHINATOWN. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 13Apr41; MP11052.


  THE CHINESE CAT. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1944. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producers, Philip N. Krasne, James S. Burkett; director,
    Phil Rosen; original screenplay, George Callahan; music, Edward Kay;
    photographer, Ira Morgan; film editor, Marty Cohn.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 15Apr44; LP12667.


  CHINESE FANTASY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 14Jun43; MU13653.


  THE CHINESE RING. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1947. 68 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the character "Charlie Chan" created by Earl Derr
    Biggers.

    Credits: Producer, James S. Burkett; director, William Beaudine;
    original screenplay, W. Scott Darling; music director, Edward J.
    Kay; film editor, Ace Herman.

    Cast: Roland Winters, Mantan Moreland, Warren Douglas, Victor Sen
    Young, Louise Currie.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 20Nov47; LP1381.


  CHING CHONG. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 13Dec43; MP14273.


  LOS CHINOS OCCIDENTALES. Encyclopedia Britannica Films, Inc., in
    collaboration with O. J. Caldwell, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Spanish version of "People of Western China."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 20Jan47; MP1631.


  CHIP AN' DALE. Walt Disney Productions, c1947. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (A Walt Disney Donald Duck)

    Credits: Director, Jack Hannah; story, Dick Kinney, Bob North;
    animation, Bill Justice, Murray McClellan, Volus Jones, Jack Boyd;
    music, Oliver Wallace. Technicolor.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 7Aug47; LP1377.


  CHIP OFF THE OLD BLOCK. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1944. 9 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Bernard W. Burton; director, Charles
    Lamont; original story, Robert Arthur; screenplay, Eugene Conrad,
    Leo Townsend; music director, Charles Previn; orchestrations, Larry
    Russell, Frank Skinner; film editor, Charles Maynard.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 10Mar44; LP12600.


  CHIPS AND PUTTS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1945. 861 ft., sd. (The
    World of Sports)

    Credits: Director, Harry Foster; commentator, Bill Stern;
    photographer, Jack Etra.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 10Aug45; MP266.


  CHIPS OFF THE OLD BLOCK. Loew's Inc., c1942. 736 ft., sd., color. (A
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Cartoon) A Rudolf Ising production.

    Credits: Direction, Robert Allen; animation, Carl Urbano, Al
    Grandmain; music, Scott Bradley. Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 21Sep42; LP11641.


  CHIQUITA BANANA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946.
    1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Gould.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Sep46; MP1171.


  CHIQUITA BANANA MINUTE MOVIE PLAYLETS. John Sutherland Productions,
    Inc., for United Fruit Company, c1947–48. 3 min. each, sd., color,
    16mm. © United Fruit Co.

    1. Chiquita Banana's Reception. © 9Aug47; MP3749.

    2. Chiquita Banana on Television. © 9Aug47; MP3750.

    3. Chiquita Banana on the Air. © 2Oct47; MP3747.

    4. Chiquita Banana Goes North. © 27Oct47; MP3755.

    5. Chiquita Banana Helps the Pie Man. © 27Oct47; MP3751.

    6. Chiquita Banana's Fan. © 27Oct47; MP3752.

    7. Chiquita Banana Convinces the Cannibal. © 2Oct47; MP3745.

    8. Chiquita Banana's Star Attraction. © 27Oct47; MP3753.

    9. Chiquita Banana's Magic. © 17Jan48; MP3756.

    10. Chiquita Banana's School for Brides. © 2Oct47; MP3746.

    11. Chiquita Banana's Beauty Treatment. © 17Jan48; MP3757.

    12. Chiquita Banana Tells a Fortune. © 17Jan48; MP3758.

    13. Chiquita Banana Wins a Medal. © 17Jan48; MP3754.

    14. Chiquita Banana Makes a Better Breakfast. © 2Oct47; MP3748.


  THE CHISHOLM TRAIL. SEE Red River.


  THE CHOCOLATE SOLDIER. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 11 reels, sd., b&w. Based on Ferenc Molnar's
    "The Guardsman," with music and lyrics from "The Chocolate Soldier",
    music by Oscar Straus, English lyrics by Stanislaus Stange, and
    original lyrics by Rudolph Bernauer and Leopold Jacobson.

    Credits: Producer, Victor Saville; director, Roy Del Ruth;
    screenplay, Leonard Lee, Keith Winter; music adaptation and
    direction, Herbert Stothart, Bronislau Kaper; film editor, James E.
    Newcom.

    © Loew's Inc.; 14Oct41; LP10855.


  CHOLLY POLLY. Distributed by Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 589 ft.,
    sd. (Phantasy, no. 21)

    Credits: Producer, Dave Fleischer; director, Alex Geiss; story, Jack
    Cosgriff; animation, Chic Otterstrom; music, Paul Worth.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 31Dec42; LP11982.


  CHOO CHOO SWING. Universal International, c1948. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Sing and Be Happy Series)

    Summary: A musical cartoon. The King's Men sing "I've Been Working
    on the Railroad," "I'm Alabamy Bound," and "Where Do You Worka,
    John?" Designed for audience participation.

    Credits: Producer and director, Will Cowan.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 23Nov48; MP3558.


  CHOO CHOO SWING. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1943. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Will Cowan; director, Josef Berne; film
    editor, Norman A. Cerf.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 12Nov43; LP12367.


  THE CHOOL SONG. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 23Mar42; MP12353.


  CHOOSING BOOKS TO READ. Coronet, c1948. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: A high-school boy learns how to select books relating to
    his interest in photography, and finds reading them both profitable
    and pleasant. For junior and senior high schools.

    Credits: John J. De Boer.

    © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 29Mar48;
    MP3111.


  CHOOSING RATHER. Scriptures Visualized Institute, c1943. 1 reel, sd.

    Appl. author: George F. Santa.

    © Scriptures Visualized Institute; 1Feb43; MP13501.


  CHOOSING YOUR OCCUPATION. Coronet, c1949, 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Explains why the abilities and interests of the individual,
    as well as the preparation required, the opportunities for
    advancement, and the working conditions, should be considered when
    selecting an occupation. For high school and college students.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, John N. Given.

    © David A. Smart; 13Apr49; MP4244.


  CHOP CHOP. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 25Oct43; MP14078.


  CHOP FOOEY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 7Jul41; MP11300.


  CHOP STICKS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 8Nov43; MP14125.


  CHRIST RETURNETH. C. O. Baptista Films, c1948. 4 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (Filmsing Melody)

    © C. O. Baptista Films; 10Jan48; MP2825.


  CHRISTMAS EVE. Miracle Productions, Inc., c1947. 90 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Credits: Producer, Benedict Bogeaus; director, Edwin L. Marin;
    original stories, Laurence Stallings, Richard Landau; screenplay,
    Laurence Stallings; music, Heinz Roemheld; film editor, James Smith.

    Cast: George Raft, George Brent, Randolph Scott, Ann Harding, Joan
    Blondell.

    © Miracle Productions, Inc.; 26Sep47; LP1236.


  CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1944. 10 reels, sd.
    From the novel by W. Somerset Maugham.

    Credits: Producer, Felix Jackson; director, Robert Siodmak; written
    for the screen by Herman J. Mankiewicz; music score and direction,
    H. J. Salter; film editor, Ted Kent.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 14Jun44; LP12745.


  CHRISTMAS IN CONNECTICUT. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1945. 101
    min., sd. A Warner Bros.-First National picture. From an original
    story by Aileen Hamilton.

    Credits: Producer, William Jacobs; director, Peter Godfrey;
    screenplay, Lionel Houser, Adele Commandini; music, Frederick
    Hollander; music director, Leo F. Forbstein; orchestral
    arrangements, Jerome Moross; photographer, Carl Guthrie; film
    editor, Frank Magee.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 11Aug45; LP13430.


  CHRISTMAS IN JULY. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1940. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Written and directed by Preston Sturges; photographer,
    Victor Milner.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 25Oct40; LP10005.


  CHRISTMAS RHAPSODY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1948. 1
    reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: An adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen's story about the
    little fir tree which was taken from the forest to be used as a
    Christmas tree.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 13Sep48; MP3376.


  CHRISTOPHER BLAKE. SEE The Decision of Christopher Blake.


  CHUCKY LOU, THE STORY OF A WOODCHUCK. Audio-Visual Center, Indiana
    University, 1948. 11 min., sd., b&w, or color, 16mm.

    Summary: The story of a tame woodchuck who lives in the pet house at
    the park. A teaching film for kindergarten and elementary grades.

    Credits: Author, Ann Hyer.

    © University of Indiana; 1May48; LP1838.


  A CHUMP AT OXFORD. Released through United Artists, c1940. Presented
    by Hal Roach. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Hal Roach, Jr.; director, Alfred
    Goulding; original story and screenplay, Charles Rogers, Felix
    Adler, Harry Langdon; music score, Marvin Hatley; photography, Art
    Lloyd; film editor, Bert Jordan.

    © Hal Roach Studios, Inc.; 19Jan40; LP9377.


  CHURCH VOCATIONS. Vocational Guidance Films, Inc., c1949. 11 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Portrays the duties and the opportunities for service of a
    minister and other church workers.

    Credits: Manuscript by Arthur P. Twogood.

    © Vocational Guidance Films, Inc.; 15Aug49; MP4508.


  CHURCHILL'S ISLAND. Distributed by Columbia Pictures of Canada, Ltd.,
    c1942. Presented by United Artists. 21 min., sd. (The World in
    Action)

    Credits: Producer, Stuart Legg; narrative, Lorne Greene; music,
    Lucio Agostini.

    © Warwick Pictures, Inc.; 3Apr42; MP12761.


  CIELITO LINDO. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 13Oct41; MP11655.


  CIELITO LINDO. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 31Dec44; MP15593.


  CIGARETTE GIRL. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1947. 67 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Credits: Producer, William Bloom; director, Gunther V. Fritsch;
    story, Edward Huebsch; screenplay, Henry K. Moritz; music director,
    Mischa Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Jerome Thoms.

    Cast: Leslie Brooks, Jimmy Lloyd, Russ Morgan.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 13Feb47; LP852.


  CILLY GOOSE. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Seymour Kneitel; story, Joe Stultz.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 24Mar44; LP12616.


  CINDERELLA. SEE Cinderella's Feller.


  CINDERELLA CAGERS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1947. 9 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (The World of Sports, no. 131)

    Credits: Director, Harry Foster; narrator, Bill Stern; music, Jack
    Shaindlin.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 25Sep47; MP2354.


  CINDERELLA GOES TO A PARTY. c1942. Presented by Columbia Pictures
    Corp. 670 ft., sd., color. (A Color Rhapsody)

    Credits: Frank Tashlin, Alec Geiss, Jack Cosgriff, William Shiell,
    Paul Worth. Technicolor.

    © Screen Gems, Inc,; 22May42; LP11705.


  CINDERELLA HORSE. Vitaphone Corp., c1949. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Sports Parade) Warner Bros.

    Summary: The story of a thoroughbred horse, bred for trotting, who
    fails as a trotter, but becomes a champion pacer.

    Credits: Directed and written by Harry O. Hoyt; narrator, Art
    Gilmore; music, Howard Jackson; editor, Rex Steele.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 28Apr49; MP4015.


  CINDERELLA JONES. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1946. 88 min., sd. A
    Warner Bros.-First National picture. From a story by Philip Wylie.

    Credits: Producer, Alex Gottlieb; director, Busby Berkeley;
    screenplay, Charles Hoffman; music, Frederick Hollander; music
    director, Leo F. Forbstein; orchestral arrangements, Ray Heindorf,
    Frank Perkins; film editor, George Amy.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 9Mar46; LP136.


  CINDERELLA SWINGS IT. c1943. Presented by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. 70
    min., sd. Adapted from the "Scattergood Baines" stories by Clarence
    Budington Kelland.

    Credits: Producer, Jerrold T. Brandt; director, Christy Cabanne;
    original screenplay, Michael L. Simmons; music score, Paul Sawtell;
    editor, Richard Cahoon.

    © Pyramid Pictures Corp.; 22Jan43; LP11805.


  CINDERELLA'S FELLER. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1940. 19 min., sd.,
    color. Based on the fairy story "Cinderella."

    Credits: Director, William McGann; original screenplay, Jack Scholl.
    Technicolor.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 31May40; LP9677.


  CINDERELLA'S FELLER. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1946. 20 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. A re-release of "Cinderella's Feller" copyrighted on
    May 31, 1940.

    Credits: Director, William McGann; original screenplay, Jack Scholl.
    Technicolor.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 23Sep46; LP627.


  CIRCUITOS EM SÉRIES E EM PARALELO. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    Inc., in collaboration with Morris Meister, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    16mm. Portuguese version of "Series and Parallel Circuit."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 10Feb47; MP1720.


  CIRCUITOS EN SERIE Y PARALELOS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.,
    in collaboration with Morris Meister, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Spanish version of "Series and Parallel Circuits."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 3Feb47; MP1687.


  CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1945.
    6,104 ft., sd. Based on a story by Nat Ferber and Sam Duncan.

    Credits: Director, John Larkin; screenplay, Robert Metzler;
    adaptation, Samuel Ornitz; music, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 16Feb45; LP13212.


  CIRCUS BAND. Released by Warner Bros., c1945. 10 min., sd. (Melody
    Masters)

    Credits: Producer, Gordon Hollingshead; director, Jack Scholl.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 16May45; MP15954.


  THE CIRCUS COMES TO CLOWN. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1947. 1 reel,
    sd., color, 35mm. (Screen Song)

    Credits: Director, I. Sparber; story, Bill Turner, Larz Bourne.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 26Dec47; LP1420.


  CIRCUS DAY IN OUR TOWN. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1949. 1
    reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Describes the excitement and drama of circus day, showing
    the preparations necessary for staging the big show. Depicts
    highlights of the performance of the circus animals, the acrobats,
    and the clowns. For primary and middle grades.

    Credits: Collaborator, Grace Storm.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 16Nov49; MP4844.


  THE CIRCUS HORSE. Vitaphone Corp., c1947. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Warner Bros.

    Credits: Director, Richard Bare.

    Cast: Alan Hale, Douglas Kennedy.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 21Jan47; MP2201.


  CIRCUS TODAY. The Vitaphone Corp., c1940. 7 min., sd. (Merrie Melody)

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; story, Jack Miller; animation,
    Sid Sutherland; music direction, Carl W. Stalling.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 22Jun40; MP10293.


  CIRCUS TOWN. Vitaphone Corp., c1948. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm. Warner
    Bros.

    Summary: A small western town presents an amateur circus.

    Credits: Producer, Gordon Hollingshead; director and photographer,
    Gil H. DeWitt; written by Saul Elkins.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 19Jan48; MP4115.


  CISCO KID. SEE

    The Gay Amigo.

    Valiant Hombre.


  THE CISCO KID AND THE LADY. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1939.
    6,600 ft., sd. Suggested by the character "The Cisco Kid" created by
    William Sydney Porter (O. Henry)

    Credits: Director, Herbert I. Leeds; original story, Stanley Rauh;
    screenplay, Frances Hyland; music director, Samuel Kaylin.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 29Dec39; LP9616.


  THE CISCO KID IN OLD NEW MEXICO. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1945. 7
    reels, sd. Based on the character created by O. Henry [pseud. of
    William S. Porter].

    Credits: Producer, Philip N. Krasne; director, Phil Rosen; original
    screenplay, Betty Burbridge; photography, Arthur Martinelli; film
    editor, Martin Cohn.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 26Mar45; LP13267.


  THE CISCO KID RETURNS. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1945. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Philip N. Krasne; director, John P. McCarthy;
    original screenplay, Betty Burbridge; cameraman, Harry Neumann; film
    editor, Marty Cohen.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 19Mar45; LP13251.


  CITADEL OF CRIME. c1941. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer and director, George Sherman; original
    screenplay, Don Ryan; music director, Cy Feuer; photographer, Ernest
    Miller; film editor, Les Orlebeck.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 24Jul41; LP10664.


  CITIES: WHY THEY GROW. Coronet, c1949. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Shows the economic factors which give rise to the growth of
    cities.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, Arthur M. Weimer.

    © David A. Smart; 20Jun49; MP4218.


  CITIZEN KANE. Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1941. 119
    min., sd.

    Credits: Director, Orson Welles; original screenplay, Herman J.
    Mankiewicz, Orson Welles; music, Bernard Herrmann; photographer,
    Gregg Toland; editor, Robert Wise.

    Appl. author: Mercury Productions, Inc.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 1May41; LP10457.


  CITIZEN SAINT. c1947. Presented by Clyde Elliott. 7 reels, sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the life of Saint Frances Cabrini with quotations
    from "Too Small a World," a biography by Theodore Maynard.

    Credits: Producer, Clyde Elliott; director, Harold Young; screen
    story, Harold Orlob; introduction and narration, E. V. Dailey;
    documentary narration, Cletus McCarthy; music arrangements, Arthur
    A. Norris; film editor, Leonard Anderson.

    Cast: Jed Prouty, Carla Dare, Julie Hadon.

    © Clyde Elliott; 12Apr47; LP950.


  THE CITY. SEE This Is Tomorrow.


  CITY ACROSS THE RIVER. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., Released through
    Universal-International Pictures Co., Inc., c1949. 90 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel "The Amboy Dukes" by Irving Shulman.

    Summary: A social drama which shows how environment contributes to
    juvenile degeneration. Setting, a slum area in Brooklyn.

    Credits: Producer and director, Maxwell Shane; screenplay, Maxwell
    Shane, Dennis Cooper; commentary, Drew Pearson; music, Walter
    Scharf; film editor, Ted J. Kent.

    Cast: Stephen McNally, Thelma Ritter, Luis Van Rooten, Jeff Corey,
    Sharon McManus.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 15Mar49; LP2273.


  CITY FIRE FIGHTERS. Coronet, c1947. 10 min., sd., color, 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborator, Viola Theman.

    © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 14Jul47;
    MP2563.


  CITY FOR CONQUEST. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1940. 12 reels, sd. A
    Warner Bros.-First National picture. An Anatole Litvak production.
    From the novel by Aben Kandel.

    Credits: Director, Anatole Litvak; screenplay, John Wexley; music,
    Max Steiner.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 21Aug40; LP9924.


  CITY IN DARKNESS. SEE Charlie Chan in City in Darkness.


  CITY OF BRIGHAM YOUNG. c1944. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 905
    ft., sd., color. (James A. FitzPatrick's Traveltalks)

    Credits: Narrator, James A. FitzPatrick; photographers, Charles
    Boyle, Virgil Miller.

    © Loew's Inc.; 25Jun44; MP331.


  CITY OF CHANCE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1940. 5,150 ft.,
    sd.

    Credits: Director, Ricardo Cortez; original screenplay, John Larkin,
    Barry Trivers; music director, Samuel Kaylin.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 12Jan40; LP9416.


  THE CITY OF CHILDREN. Loew's Inc., c1949. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (John Nesbitt's Passing Parade) An MGM picture.

    Summary: The model community of Mooseheart, Ill., offers friendship,
    encouragement, and hope to parentless children.

    Credits: Written and narrated by John Nesbitt; music director,
    Rudolph G. Kopp; film editor, Frank E. Hull.

    © Loew's Inc.; 31Aug49; LP2501.


  CITY OF MISSING GIRLS. c1941. 7 reels, sd. A Merrick-Alexander
    production.

    Credits: Director, Elmer Clifton; original story, Elmer Clifton,
    George Rosener; screenplay, Oliver Drake.

    © Select Attractions, Inc.; 19Feb41; LP10284.


  CITY OF PARADOX. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1944. 1 reel, sd.,
    color. (Movietone Adventures)

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; narrator, Hugh James; music score,
    L. DeFrancesco; photography, John W. Boyle; film editor, Russ
    Sheilds. Cinecolor.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 17Nov44; MP16231.


  CITY OF SILENT MEN. Producers Releasing Corp., c1942. 7 reels, sd.
    From an original story by Robert E. Kent and Joseph Hoffman.

    Credits: Producer, Dixon R. Harwin; director, William Nigh;
    screenplay, Joseph Hoffman; music score, Leo Erdody; music
    direction, David Chudnow; film editor, Carl Pierson.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 8Oct42; LP11680.


  CITY STREETS, Scriptures Visualized Institute, c1942. 1 reel.

    Appl. author: George F. Santa.

    © Scriptures Visualized Institute; 3Jul42; MP12664.


  CITY WATER SUPPLY. Erpi Classroom Films, Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd. With
    teacher's handbook.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.; 11Mar41; MP14190.


  CITY WEEK END. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1947. 1 reel, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. (The World Today)

    Summary: City dwellers enjoy a week end. Children go to the zoo,
    high school students go to a dance, adults work in the garden and
    play cards, and all ages go to baseball games and attend church.

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; script, Luigi Creatore; narrator,
    Nelson Case; music, L. DeFrancesco; editors, John Oser, Rosemarie
    Hickson.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 12Nov47; MP3153.


  A CITY WITHIN A CITY. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 1 reel, sd.
    (Panoramics, series 1, no. 1)

    Credits: Story, George Blake; narrator, Hugh James.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp,; 8Aug41; MP12080.


  CITY WITHOUT MEN. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1943. 8 reels, sd. A
    Samuel Bronston production.

    Credits: Producer, B. P. Schulberg; director, Sidney Salkow;
    original story, Budd Schulberg, Martin Berkeley; screenplay W. L.
    River; music, David Raksin; music director, M. W. Stoloff; film
    editor, Al Clark.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 14Jan43; LP12259.


  CLAIRE DE LUNE. SEE Moonlight.


  CLANCY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1 reel,
    sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Dec45; MP131.


  CLANCY STREET BOYS. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1943. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sam Katzman; director, William Beaudine;
    screenplay, Harvey Gates; photography, Mack Stengler; film editor,
    Carl Pierson.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 24Feb43; LP11910.


  CLAP A STOPPER ON A LINE. Presented by United States Navy. sd., b&w.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 25Feb44; 5 prints,
    21Feb44; MU14523.


  CLAP, CLAP FOR RHYTHM. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 13Jul42; MP12780.


  CLAP YOUR HANDS. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1949. 1 reel, sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (Sing and Be Happy Series)

    Summary: A musical short featuring "It Happened in Monterey,"
    "Ramona," and "In a Little Spanish Town." Designed for audience
    participation.

    Credits: Producer and director, Will Cowan.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 31Jan49 (in notice: 1948); MP3849.


  CLARENCE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 2Mar41; MP10879.


  CLASS IN SWING. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1940. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Will Cowan; director, Larry Ceballos;
    music arranger, Milton Rosen; music director, Charles Previn; film
    editor, Charles Maynard.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 30Sep40; LP9941.


  THE CLASS 253 AND 252 CHAIN STITCH SEWING MACHINES. Tomlin Film
    Productions, Inc., c1948. Presented by the Singer Sewing Machine
    Company. 17 min., sd., color, 16mm.

    Summary: A description of the important features of chain-stitch
    sewing machines. For prospective purchasers in the needle trades.

    Credits: Narrator, Ray Morgan; script, Karl A. Barleben; film
    editor, Carl A. Tomlin.

    © Tomlin Film Productions, Inc.; 25Oct48; MP3423.


  THE CLASS 246 OVEREDGE SEWING MACHINE. Tomlin Film Productions, Inc.,
    c1948. Presented by Singer Sewing Machine Co. 17 min., sd., color,
    16mm.

    Summary: Shows important features of the Singer class 246 overedge
    sewing machine.

    Credits: Script, Karl A. Barleben; narration, Ray Morgan; editor,
    Carl A. Tomlin.

    © Tomlin Film Productions, Inc.; 20May48; MP3056.


  CLAUDIA. Time, Inc., for the Coca-Cola Co., c1948. 2 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm.

    Summary: Shows how the transcribed radio program, "Claudia," based
    on the Rose Franken stories, is prepared, recorded and broadcast. A
    scene from the show, sponsored by the Coca-Cola Company, is
    included.

    © Coca-Cola Co.; 1Mar48; MP3077.


  CLAUDIA. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1943. 8,250 ft., sd.
    Adapted from the play by Rose Franken as produced and staged by John
    Golden.

    Credits: Director, Edmund Goulding; screen adaptation, Morrie
    Ryskind; music directors, Alfred Newman, Charles Henderson.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 3Sep43; LP12527.


  CLAUDIA AND DAVID. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1946. 7,025 ft.,
    sd., 35mm. From stories by Rose Franken.

    Credits: Director, Walter Lang; screenplay, Rose Franken, William
    Brown Meloney; adaptation, Vera Caspary; music director, Cyril J.
    Mockridge.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 14Aug46; LP610.


  THE CLAY PIGEON. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1949. 63 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: Awaiting court martial on a treason charge, a sailor
    escapes in order to clear himself and bring the real culprit to
    justice.

    Credits: Producer, Herman Schlom; director, Richard O. Fleischer;
    story and screenplay, Carl Foreman; music, Paul Sawtell; music
    director, C. Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Samuel E. Beetley.

    Cast: Bill Williams, Barbara Hale, Richard Quine, Richard Loo, Frank
    Fenton.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 22Feb49; LP2169.


  CLEAN PROFITS. Presented by Cities Service Oil Company. 2 reels, sd.,
    b&w.

    © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 20Apr46; 12
    prints, 22Apr46; MU478.


  THE CLEANING OF WALLS. Filmstrip, 69 frames, color.

    Credits: Photographer, William T. Thomas. Kodachrome.

    Appl. author: Robert E. Schneider, Louis F. Kacel, Miriam Nicholas.

    © The Industrial Sanitation Research Foundation; title, descr., & 5
    prints, 31Oct46; MU1273.


  CLEANLINESS AND HEALTH. Coronet, c1949. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: A demonstration of the existence and growth of various
    kinds of microorganisms. Designed for children in grades 4 through
    8, this film teaches the importance of cleanliness to health.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, N. E. Bingham.

    © David A. Smart; 19Jan49; MP4227.


  CLEANLINESS BRINGS HEALTH. Walt Disney Productions, c1945. 1 reel, sd.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 4Jun45; MP16119.


  CLEMENTI JIVE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 20Aug45; MP16227.


  CLEMENTINE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 5Jul43; MP13715.


  CLEMENTINE. SEE Mickey.


  CLEO FROM RIO. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 4Dec44; MP15457.


  CLIFF EDWARDS AND HIS BUCKAROOS. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1940.
    10 min., sd. (Melody Masters Bands)

    Credits: Director, Jean Negulesco; original screenplay, Nat Hiken.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 24Dec40; LP10291.


  THE CLIMAX. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1944. 9 reels, sd., color.
    From the play by Edward Locke.

    Credits: Producer and director, George Waggner; adaptation, Curt
    Siodmak; screenplay, Curt Siodmak, Lynn Sterling; music director,
    Don George; cameraman, Hal Mohr. Technicolor.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 25Oct44; LP12927.


  CLIMBING THE MATTERHORN. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1947. 21 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm.

    Summary: Starting from the Swiss village of Zermatt, two people and
    a guide make a perilous ascent of the Matterhorn.

    Credits: Producer and director, Irving Allen; narration, Max Trell;
    narrator, Warren Douglas; music director, Lud Gluskin; music, Lucien
    Maroweck, Renee Garriguenc, Lynn Murray; film editor, Thomas Neff.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 1Dec47; LP1625.


  CLIMBING THE PEAKS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1943. 1 reel,
    sd. (Adventures of the Newsreel Cameraman)

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; narration, Hugh James; music score,
    L. de Francesco; film editor, Russ Sheilds.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 16Apr43; MP14826.


  CLIMBING THE SPIRIT'S HOME. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1940. 1
    reel, sd. (Father Hubbard's Adventures)

    Credits: Producer, Truman Talley; described by Father Hubbard,
    Lowell Thomas.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp,; 10May40; MP10195.


  CLINK! CLINK! ANOTHER DRINK. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 23Mar42; MP12355.


  CLOAK AND DAGGER. United States Pictures, c1946. Presented by Warner
    Bros. Pictures, Inc. 106 min., sd., 35mm. Suggested by the book by
    Corey Ford and Alastair MacBain.

    Credits: Producer, Milton Sperling; director, Fritz Lang; original
    story, Boris Ingster, John Larkin; screenplay, Albert Maltz, Ring
    Lardner, Jr.; music, Max Steiner; music director, Leo F. Forbstein;
    orchestral arrangements, Hugo Friedhofer; film editor, Christian
    Nyby.

    © United States Pictures, Inc.; 28Sep46; LP604.


  THE CLOCK. Loew's Inc., c1945. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 9
    reels, sd., b&w. Based on a story by Paul Gallico and Pauline
    Gallico.

    Credits: Producer, Arthur Freed; director, Vincente Minnelli;
    screenplay, Robert Nathan, Joseph Schrank; music score, George
    Bassman; film editor, George White.

    © Loew's Inc.; 23Mar45; LP13200.


  THE CLOCK WATCHER. Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1944. 1
    reel, sd., color. (A Walt Disney Donald Duck)

    Credits: Director, Jack King; story, Harry Reeves, Rex Cox;
    animation, Don Towsley, Judge Whitaker, Bill Justice, Josh Meador;
    music, Oliver Wallace. Technicolor.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 2Nov44; LP13104.


  A CLOSE CALL FOR BOSTON BLACKIE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1946. 6
    reels.

    Credits: Producer, John Stone; director, Lew Landers; story, Paul
    Yawitz; screenplay, Ben Markson.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 24Jan46; LP120.


  A CLOSE CALL FOR ELLERY QUEEN. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 7
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Larry Darmour; director, James Hogan; story,
    Ellery Queen [pseud. of Frederic Dannay and Manfred Bennington Lee];
    screenplay, Eric Taylor; music, Lee Zahler; film editor, Dwight
    Caldwell.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 19Jan42; LP11135.


  CLOSE HARMONY. Presented by General Motors.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization, Inc.

    © General Motors Corp.; title & descr., 18Jan43; 101 prints,
    16Jan43; MU13199.


  CLOSE SHAVE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Nov42; MP13123.


  CLOSE-UP. Marathon Pictures Corp. Released by Eagle Lion Films Inc.,
    c1948. 72 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A crime film, depicting the efforts of a newsreel cameraman
    to keep a film from falling into the hands of a Nazi war criminal
    who regards it as evidence against him. Authentic New York setting.

    Credits: Producer, Frank Satenstein; director, Jack Donohue;
    screenplay, John Bright, Max Wilk; music, Jerome Moross; editor,
    Robert Klager.

    Cast: Alan Baxter, Virginia Gilmore, Richard Kollmar, Loring Smith,
    Phil Huston.

    © Pathe Industries Inc.; 9Jun48; LP1729.


  CLOSETS CROWDED? Parade Products, Inc., c1948. 6 min., si., color,
    16mm.

    Summary: Shows how the Waldor saves closet space in hanging coats,
    dresses, shirts, and ties, and how it may be used as a drying rack.

    Credits: Author, Fred Stein.

    © Parade Products, Inc.; 17Apr48; MP3122.


  CLOTHESLINE BLUES. General Electric Co., c1949. 1/2 min., sd., color,
    35mm.

    Summary: Shows how the General Electric Automatic Clothes Dryer
    solves washday problems.

    © General Electric Co.; 22Apr49; MP4413.


  CLOTHING. SEE

    La Ropa.

    Roupas.


  CLOTHING FOR CHILDREN. c1946. 1 reel, sd., color, 16mm.

    Appl. authors: Alida Shinn, Roselma Archer.

    © Esquire, Inc.; 5Mar46; MP1545.


  CLOUD IN THE SKY. National Tuberculosis Association, c1940. 18 min.,
    sd.

    Credits: Director, Edgar G. Ulmer.

    Appl. author: H. E. Kleinschmidt.

    © National Tuberculosis Association; 23Jan40; MP10044.


  THE CLOVE HITCH. Presented by United States Navy. sd., b&w.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 25Feb44; 6 prints,
    21Feb44; MU14522.


  CLOWN OF THE JUNGLE. Walt Disney Productions, c1946. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm.

    Credits: Director, Jack Hannah; story, Ray Patin, Payne Thebaut;
    animation, Volus Jones, Hal King, Bill Justice, Andy Engman; music,
    Oliver Wallace.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 31Dec46; LP1131.


  CLUB HAVANA. P.R.C. Pictures, Inc., c1945. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Edgar G. Ulmer; original story, Fred L. Jackson;
    screenplay, Raymond L. Schrock.

    © P.R.C. Pictures, Inc.; 5Nov45; LP13581.


  CLUB LIFE IN THE STONE AGE. Distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp., c1940. Presented by Paul Terry. 1 reel, sd., b&w. (A
    Terrytoon)

    Credits: Director, Mannie Davis; story, John Foster; music, Philip
    A. Scheib.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 23Aug40; MP10444.


  CLUB LOLLYPOP. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 23Mar43; MP13403.


  CLUE NITE. Box Office Builders, Inc., c1948. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: Explains how the Clue Nite contest is conducted.

    © Box Office Builders, Inc.; 26Aug48; MP3363.


  CLUES TO ADVENTURE. Loew's Inc., c1949. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (John
    Nesbitt's Passing Parade) An MGM picture.

    Summary: Events involving a nursery rhyme, an early American
    journal, and an iron mask, are dramatized to show their bearing on
    the American Bill of Rights.

    Credits: Written and narrated by John Nesbitt; music director,
    Rudolph G. Kopp; film editor, Frank E. Hull.

    © Loew's Inc.; 25May49 (in notice: 1948); LP2325.


  CLUNKED IN THE CLINK. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1949. 10 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (All Star Comedy)

    Credits: Producer and director, Jules White; screenplay, Felix
    Adler; film editor, Edwin Bryant.

    Cast: Vera Vague.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 28Nov49; LP2639.


  CLUNY BROWN. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1946. 9,100 ft., sd.,
    35mm. Based on the novel by Margery Sharp.

    Credits: Director, Ernst Lubitsch; screenplay, Samuel Hoffenstein,
    Elizabeth Reinhardt; music director, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 1Jun46; LP477.


  COACH FOR A KING. Jam Handy Organization, Inc. Presented by Chevrolet
    Motor Division, General Motors Corp. 1 min., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A young couple leaves the hospital with their new baby, and
    are driven home by the baby's grandparents in a Chevrolet Fleetline
    two-door sedan.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 19Apr48; 11 prints,
    23Apr48; MU3020.


  COAL BLACK AND DE SEBBEN DWARFS. The Vitaphone Corp., c1943. 7 min.,
    sd., color. (Merrie Melodies)

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; story, Warren Foster;
    animation, Rod Scribner; music director, Carl W. Stalling.
    Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 1Feb43; MP13223.


  COAL COUNTRY. Flory Films, Inc., c1948. 18 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (America's Resources Series)

    Summary: Illustrates the methods and equipment used in strip mining
    and underground mining in West Virginia. Explains the formation of
    veins of coal, and the importance of coal in the nation's economy.

    Credits: Producer and director, John Flory; screenplay, Katherine
    Coldwell; narrator, Nicki Burnett; photographer, John Ercole.

    © Flory Films, Inc.; 1Dec48; MP4080.


  COALMINE BOOGIE. Soundies Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    A Filmcraft production.

    Credits: Producer and director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Films, Inc.; 30Dec46; MP1775. (See also Coalmine Boogie;
    10Mar47; MP1912)


  COALMINE BOOGIE. Soundies Films, Inc., c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    A Filmcraft production.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Films, Inc.; 10Mar47; MP1912. (See also Coalmine Boogie;
    30Dec46; MP1775)


  THE COAST GUARD LEADS THE WAY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    Inc., c1945. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Apr45; MP15885.


  COAST OF STRATEGY. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1943. 1 reel,
    sd., color. (Lowell Thomas' Magic Carpet of Movietone)

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; photography, John W. Boyle; film
    editor, Russ Sheilds. Cinecolor.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 15Oct43; MP14775.


  COAX ME A LITTLE BIT. Distributed by Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc., c1946. Presented by R.C.M. Productions, Inc. 1 reel,
    sd.

    Credits: Producer, Ben Hersh; director, Dave Gould.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 9Dec46; MP1368.


  THE COBRA STRIKES. Eagle Lion Films, Inc., c1948. 62 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: A mystery film, in which a man uses a new and lethal
    weapon, invented by his brother, to kill three persons.

    Credits: Producer, David I. Stephenson; director, Charles F.
    Riesner; story and screenplay, Eugene Conrad; film editor, Louis
    Sackin.

    Cast: Sheila Ryan, Richard Fraser, Leslie Brooks, Herbert Heyes,
    James Seay.

    © Pathe Industries, Inc.; 24Apr48; LP1680.


  COBRA WOMAN. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1943. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, George Waggner; director, Robert Siodmak;
    original story, W. Scott Darling; screenplay, Gene Lewis, Richard
    Brooks.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 31Dec43; LP12433.


  COCAINE. SEE Fall Guy.


  COCKATOOS FOR TWO. Screen Gems, Inc., c1947. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Color Rhapsody, no. 124)

    Credits: Director, Bob Wickersham; animation, Chick Otterstrom, Ben
    Lloyd; music, Eddie Kilfeather.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 13Feb47; LP945.


  COCK-EYED MAYOR. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 20Sep43; MP13961.


  THE COCKEYED MIRACLE. Loew's Inc., c1946. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 9 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a play by
    George Seaton.

    Credits: Producer, Irving Starr; director, S. Sylvan Simon;
    screenplay, Karen De Wolf; music score, David Snell; film editor,
    Ben Lewis.

    © Loew's Inc.; 11Jul46; LP481.


  COCKTAILS AND OO LA LA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1946. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Gould.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 1Apr46; MP397.


  COCKTAILS FOR TWO. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 2Feb42; MP12167.


  THE COCKY BANTAM. Distributed by Columbia Pictures Corp., c1943. 612
    ft., sd. (A Phantasy Cartoon)

    Credits: Producer, Dave Fleischer; director, Paul Sommer; story, Sam
    Cobean; animation, Volus Jones, Basil Davidovich; music, Eddie
    Kilfeather.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 12Nov43; LP12485.


  CODE OF SCOTLAND YARD. Pennant Productions, Ltd., London. Released by
    Republic Pictures Corp., c1948. 60 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A crime drama in which the proprietor of an antique shop
    commits murder and takes his own life in order to keep the secret of
    his past from his daughter.

    Credits: Producer and director, George King; screenplay, Katherine
    Strueby; music, George Melachrino; editor, Manuel Del Campo.

    Cast: Oscar Homolka, Derek Farr, Muriel Pavlow, Kenneth Griffith,
    Manning Whiley.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 8Sep48; LP1824.


  CODE OF THE LAWLESS. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1945. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Wallace W. Fox; original screenplay, Patricia
    Harper.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 4Oct45; LP13646.


  CODE OF THE OUTLAW. c1942. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels,
    sd. Based on the characters "The Three Mesquiteers" created by
    William Colt MacDonald.

    Credits: Associate producer, Louis Gray; director, John English;
    original screenplay, Barry Shipman; music score, Cy Feuer; film
    editor, Charles Craft.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 30Jan42; LP11098.


  CODE OF THE PRAIRIE. c1944. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Louis Gray; director, Spencer Bennet;
    original story, Albert Demond; screenplay, Albert Demond, Anthony
    Coldewey; music score, Joseph Dubin; photographer, Bud Thackery;
    film editor, Harry Keller.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 12Sep44; LP12873.


  CODE OF THE SADDLE. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1947. 53 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Credits: Producer, Barney Sarecky; director, Thomas Carr; original
    screenplay, Eliot Gibbons; film editor, Fred Maguire.

    Cast: Johnny Mack Brown, Raymond Hatton, Riley Hill, Kay Morley.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 5Jul47; LP1106.


  CODE OF THE WEST. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1947. 57 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the novel by Zane Grey.

    Credits: Producer, Herman Schlom; director, William Berke;
    screenplay, Norman Houston; music, Paul Sawtell; music director, C.
    Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Ernie Leadlay.

    Cast: James Warren, Debra Alden, John Laurenz.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 12Feb47; LP925.


  COFFEE SHOP RHYTHM. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1946. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Gould.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 8Jul46; MP817.


  THE COFFEE SONG. Distributed by Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc., c1946. Presented by R.C.M. Productions, Inc. 1 reel,
    sd.

    Credits: Producer, Ben Hersh; director, Dave Gould.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 9Dec46; MP1365.


  COFFINS ON WHEELS. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 2 reels, sd., b&w. (A Crime Does Not Pay
    Subject)

    Credits: Director, Joe Newman; original story and screenplay, Howard
    Dimsdale; film editor, Adrienne Fazan.

    © Loew's Inc.; 11Jun41; LP10543.


  COIFFURE DESIGNING BY VISUAL EDUCATION. Cine-Coif Enterprises, Inc.
    b&w, 35mm.

    Appl. authors: William Heyman, Martin Barnett, Paul S. Sang.

    © Cine-Coif Enterprises, Inc.; title, descr., & 103 prints, 22Aug47;
    MU2278.


  COLD FEET. General Electric Co., c1949. 1/2 min., sd., color, 35mm.

    Summary: Demonstrates the General Electric Automatic Electric Water
    Heater with glass fiber insulation.

    © General Electric Co.; 22Apr49; MP4401.


  THE COLD FRONT. Walt Disney Productions, sd., color.

    © Walt Disney Productions; title, descr., & 2 prints, 22Aug44;
    MU15126.


  COLD TURKEY. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 2 reels.

    Credits: Director, Del Lord; story and screenplay, Harry Edwards,
    Elwood Ullman.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 17Oct40; LP9982.


  COLLEGE BELLES. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 1,452 ft., sd.

    Credits: Direction, story and screenplay, Harry Edwards.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 16Oct42; LP11961.


  COLLEGE CHAMPIONS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 843 ft., sd. (World
    of Sports, no. 77)

    Credits: Commentator, Bill Stern; music director, Jack Schaindlin;
    editor, Harry Foster.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 12Feb42; MP12217.


  COLLEGE CLIMBERS. RKO Pathe, Inc., c1947. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Sportscope, no. 5)

    Credits: Producer, Jay Bonafield; director, Joseph Walsh; written by
    Burton Benjamin; narrator, Red Barber; music, Nathaniel Shilkret;
    editor, Leonard Hein.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 10Jan47; MP1899.


  COLLEGE ECHOES. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Robert R. Snody.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 29Sep41; MP11626.


  COLLEGE QUEEN. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1946. 1,837 ft., sd., color,
    35mm. (A Paramount Musical Parade Featurette)

    Credits: Producer and director, George B. Templeton; original story
    and screenplay, Jacqueline Duffie; music director, Harry Simeone;
    film editor, Helene Turner. Technicolor.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 15Feb42; LP326.


  COLOMBIA AND VENEZUELA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1944. 1
    reel. (Caribbean Region, 3)

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 19Dec44; MP15986.


  COLOMBIA E VENEZUELA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in
    collaboration with L. S. Rowe and William Manger, c1947. 1 reel,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. Portuguese version of "Colombia and Venezuela."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 10Mar47; MP1845.


  COLOMBIA Y VENEZUELA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in
    collaboration with L. S. Rowe and William Manger, c1946. 1 reel,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. Spanish version of "Colombia and Venezuela."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 20Dec46; MP1442.


  COLONEL CORN. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 19Oct42; MP13086.


  COLONEL EFFINGHAM'S RAID. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1945.
    6,360 ft., sd. Based on the novel by Barry Fleming.

    Credits: Director, Irving Pichel; screenplay, Kathryn Scola; music
    director, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 28Sep45; LP115.


  COLONEL STARBOTTLE FOR THE PLAINTIFF. Marshall Grant-Realm Television
    Productions, c1949. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on the story
    "Colonel Starbottle's Client" by Bret Harte.

    Summary: A comedy in which a gifted lawyer of the Old West wins a
    highly irregular breach of promise suit for a charming client.

    Credits: Produced and written by Elihu Winer; director, Charles
    Haas; editor, Jodie Copelan.

    © Realm Television Productions, Inc.; 27Jun49; LP2422.


  COLONEL STARBOTTLE'S CLIENT. SEE Colonel Starbottle for the Plaintiff.


  COLONIAL CHILDREN. Erpi Classroom Films, Inc., c1940. 1 reel, sd.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.; 2Jan40; MP9991.


  COLONIAL EXPANSION; North America Erpi Classroom Films, Inc., c1942. 1
    reel, sd. With teacher's handbook.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.; 20Nov42; MP14191.


  COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG. March of Time, c1943. 2 reels, sd., color,
    16mm.

    Credits: Kodachrome.

    Appl. author: Arthur Tourtellot.

    © Colonial Williamsburg, Inc.; 29Jan43; MP13450.


  COLORADO. c1940. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer-director, Joseph Kane; screenplay, Louis
    Stevens, Harrison Jacobs; music director, Cy Feuer; photography,
    Jack Marta; film editor, Edward Mann.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 15Sep40; LP9971.


  COLORADO PIONEERS. c1945. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels, sd.
    Based on Fred Harman's NEA comic strip "Red Ryder."

    Credits: Associate producer, Sidney Picker; director, R. G.
    Springsteen; original story, Peter Whitehead; screenplay, Earle
    Snell; music director, Richard Cherwin; photographer, Bud Thackery;
    film editor, Charles Craft.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 29Oct45; LP13627.


  THE COLORADO RIVER. Coronet, c1947. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborator, Clifford M. Zierer.

    © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 7Jul47;
    MP2499.


  COLORADO SERENADE. c1946. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Robert Emmett Tansey; original screenplay,
    Frances Kavanaugh.

    Appl. author: P.R.C. Pictures, Inc.

    © Pathe Industries, Inc.; 19Jun46; LP410.


  COLORADO SKIS. 3,000 ft., color, 16mm.

    Summary: Scenes of Colorado ski and mountain areas, including St.
    Mary's Glacier, Berthoud Pass, Aspen, Steamboat Springs, Montezuma
    Basin, and Grand Lake.

    © Stephen Smithson Koch, using the name Steve Koch; title, descr., &
    2 prints, 1Dec49; MU4773.


  COLORADO TERRITORY. Warner Bros. Pictures Corp., c1949. 94 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35 mm.

    Summary: A notorious bandit who decides to quit his gang is
    persuaded to participate in one more robbery, which culminates in
    his undoing. Setting, the middle border states in the 1870's.

    Credits: Producer, Anthony Veiller; director, Raoul Walsh; written
    by John Twist, Edmund H. North; music, David Buttolph; film editor,
    Owen Marks.

    Cast: Joel McCrea, Virginia Mayo, Dorothy Malone, Henry Hull, John
    Archer.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures Corp.; 11Jun49; LP2331.


  COLORADO TROUT. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1944. 10 min., sd.,
    color. (Sports Parade)

    Credits: Producers, Blumenthal, Heilner; director, Andre De La
    Varre; narrator, Sam Balter. Technicolor.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 7Aug44; MP15086.


  COLORFUL COLORADO. c1944. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 770 ft.,
    sd., color. (James A. FitzPatrick's Traveltalks)

    Credits: Producer and narrator, James A. FitzPatrick; photography,
    Virgil Miller. Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 2May44; MP14843.


  COLORFUL NORTH CAROLINA. c1941. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 846
    ft., sd., color. (James A. FitzPatrick's Traveltalks)

    Credits: Narrator, James A. FitzPatrick; photographer, William
    Steiner. Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 30Dec41; MP12505.


  COLT COMRADES. Released thru United Artists Corp., c1943. Presented by
    Harry Sherman Productions. 67 min., sd. Based upon the story by
    Bliss Lomax and characters created by Clarence E. Mulford.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Sherman; director, Lesley Selander;
    screenplay, Michael Wilson; music direction, Irvin Talbot;
    photography, Russell Harlan; editor, Fred W. Berger.

    © United Artists Productions, Inc.; 1Feb43; LP12291.


  COMBAT. General Chemical Co., c1941. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Narrator, Lowell Thomas; animation, Rochester Animation
    Studios; photographer, Alfred E. Church.

    © General Chemical Co.; 29May41; MP11223.


  COMBAT DIVES. United States Navy, Aviation Training Division. sd.,
    b&w.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title, descr., & 253 prints,
    25Oct43; MU14071.


  COMBUSTÃO CYCLONE. 2–1/2 reels, sd.

    Appl. author: Audio Productions, Inc.

    © Wright Aeronautical Corp.; title, descr., & 4 prints, 6Feb42;
    MU12156.


  COMBUSTION CYCLONE. 2–1/2 reels, sd.

    Appl. author: Audio Productions, Inc.

    © Wright Aeronautical Corp.; title, descr., & 4 prints, 6Feb42;
    MU12157.


  OS COMBUSTÍVEIS E O CALOR. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.,
    c1946. 1 reel, sd., 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborator, H. Horton Sheldon.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 29May46; MP733.


  COME BACK, MISS PIPPS. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 994 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Edward Cahn; screenplay, Hal Law, Robert McGowan;
    film editor, Leon Bourgeau.

    © Loew's Inc.; 14Oct41; LP10783.


  COME BACK TO SORRENTO. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1943. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Aug43; MP13891.


  COME BE MY LOVE. SEE Once More, My Darling.


  COME HOME, FATHER. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 4Aug41; MP11381.


  COME LIVE WITH ME. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 9 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer and director, Clarence Brown; original story,
    Virginia Van Upp; screenplay, Patterson McNutt; music score, Herbert
    Stothart; film editor, Frank E. Hull.

    © Loew's Inc.; 23Jan41; LP10217.


  COME ON DANGER. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1942. 58 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director, Edward Killy; story,
    Bennett Cohen; screenplay, Norton S. Parker; music director, Paul
    Sawtell; editor, Frederic Knudtson.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 26Jan42; LP11032.


  COME ON, MULE. Video Varieties Corp. 3 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: Shorty Warren and his six-piece cowboy orchestra play and
    sing "Come on Mule."

    © Video Varieties Corp.; title & descr., 13Sep49; 4 prints, 18May49;
    MU4520.


  COME OUT FIGHTING. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1945. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producers, Sam Katzman, Jack Dietz; director, William
    Beaudine; original story and screenplay, Earle Snell; music
    director, Edward Kay; photography, Ira Morgan; film editor, William
    Austin.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 26May45; LP13531.


  COME PRIMA MAGLIO DE PRIMA. SEE This Love of Ours.


  COME TO BABY DO. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946.
    1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 25Feb46; MP257.


  COME TO THE FAIR. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 28Dec43; MP14406.


  COME TO THE STABLE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1949. 94 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a story by Clare Boothe Luce.

    Summary: Pious innocence triumphs over worldliness in this comedy
    about two nuns who obtain aid from a gangster, a songwriter, and a
    painter in order to establish a children's hospital. Setting, a
    small town in Connecticut.

    Credits: Producer, Samuel G. Engel; director, Henry Koster;
    screenplay, Oscar Millard, Sally Benson; music, Cyril Mockridge;
    music director, Lionel Newman; film editor, William Reynolds.

    Cast: Loretta Young, Celeste Holm, Hugh Marlowe, Elsa Lanchester,
    Thomas Gomez.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 28Jul49; LP2617.


  COME WITH ME MY HONEY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1945. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 5Feb45; MP15609.


  COMES THE REVOLUTION. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 8Sep41; MP11548.


  THE COMIC STRIPS OF TELEVISION. Television Arts Productions. 1 reel,
    b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Animated cartoons consisting of the first episodes of three
    different strips—Hamhock Jones, Crusade Rabbit, and Dudley Doright
    of the Mounties—intended as a daily feature for television.

    Appl. authors: J. T. Ward, Alexander Anderson, Jr.

    © Television Arts Productions; title, descr., & 2c, 20Apr49; MU3981.


  COMIN' ROUND THE MOUNTAIN. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1940. 7 reels,
    sd. Based on a story by Lewis R. Foster.

    Credits: Director, George Archainbaud; screenplay, Lewis R. Foster,
    Maxwell Shane, Duke Atteberry; photography, William Mellor; film
    editor, Stuart Gilmore.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 16Aug40; LP9851.


  COMIN' ROUND THE MOUNTAIN. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1949. 7 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. (Screen Song)

    Credits: Director, I. Sparber; animation, Tom Johnson, Frank Enders.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 11Mar49; MP3887.


  COMIN' THRU THE RYE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 26Jan42; MP12146.


  COMING EVENTS. Presented by The Electric Auto-Lite Co.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © The Electric Auto-Lite Co.; title & descr., 25Apr40; 88 prints,
    26Apr40; MU10167.


  COMMAND DECISION. Loew's Inc., c1949. 112 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. An MGM
    picture. Based on the novel by William Wister Haines.

    Summary: A study of the wartime conflicts of desk-bound generals who
    are in command of the precision bombardment of Germany. Setting, an
    American air base in England in 1943.

    Credits: Producer, Sidney Franklin; director, Sam Wood; screenplay,
    William R. Laidlaw, George Froeschel; music score, Miklos Rozsa;
    film editor, Harold F. Kress.

    Cast: Clark Gable, Walter Pidgeon, Van Johnson, Brian Donlevy,
    Charles Bickford.

    © Loew's Inc.; 5Jan49 (in notice: 1948); LP2074.


  COMMANDO DUCK. Walt Disney Productions, c1944. 1 reel, sd. (A Walt
    Disney Donald Duck)

    © Walt Disney Productions; 17Apr44; LP13107.


  COMMANDOS STRIKE AT DAWN. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1943. 10 reels,
    sd. A Lester Cowan production.

    Credits: Director, John Farrow; story, C. S. Forester; screenplay,
    Irwin Shaw; music score, Louis Gruenberg; music director, M. W.
    Stoloff; film editor, Anne Bauchens.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 7Jan43; LP11778.


  COMMON ANIMALS OF THE WOODS. SEE Animales Comunes del Monte (América
    del Norte)


  COMMON ANIMALS OF THE WOODS (NORTH AMERICA). c1943. 1 reel.

    Appl. author: Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 28Dec43; MP14741.


  THE COMMON COLD. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1949. 11 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Identifies the major aspects of the common cold—exposure,
    symptom, treatment, and after-effects. For middle and primary
    grades.

    Credits: Collaborator, Thomas Francis, Jr.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 2Jun49; MP4261.


  COMMUNICATIONS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1947. 2 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. (Our Land and People series)

    Summary: Traces the development of communication from ancient times
    to the present. The drums, the signal fires, and the rapid carriage
    post of the past are succeeded by the telegraph, the telephone, the
    wireless, and the radio telephone of the present.

    Credits: Producers, Edmund Reek, Boris Vermount; script, Robert M.
    Hertzberg; narrator, Nelson Case; collaborators, Walter A. Anderson,
    Eric H. Haight, John E. Ivey, Gordon N. McKenzie, Robert Lee Morton,
    Samuel R. Powers, Howard E. Wilson, George L. White, J. Wallace
    Page, Jr., Miller McClintock; music, L. DeFrancesco; editors, John
    Oser, Robert Duffus.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 12Nov47; MP2802.


  COMMUNICATIONS AND OUR TOWN. Teaching Films, Inc., c1947. 1 reel, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm.

    Credits: Writer, Carl Pugh; editor, Stenius.

    © Teaching Films, Inc.; 20Aug47; MP2297.


  COMMUNITY SING. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940–46. 1 reel each, sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.

    Credits: Producer, B. K. Blake, Carter Blake.

    Series 4, 1940.

    5. © 1Jan40; MP9849.

    6. © 11Jun40; MP10287.

    7. © 28Aug40; MP10481.

    Series 5, 1940/41.

    1. © 25Nov40; MP10843.

    2. © 2Dec40; MP10645.

    3. © 9Dec40; MP10844.

    7. © 25Apr41; MP11144.

    8. © 1Jul41; MP12069.

    Series 6, 1941/42.

    1. © 15Aug41; MP12045.

    2. © 5Sep41; MP11939.

    3. © 1Oct41; MP11877.

    4. © 15Nov41; MP12046.

    5. © 1Dec41; MP12071.

    6. © 31Dec41; MP12072.

    7. © 22Feb42; MP13424.

    8. © 27Mar42; MP13425.

    9. © 30Apr42; MP13068.

    10. © 2Jun42; MP12534.

    Series 7, 1942/43.

    1. © 15Aug42; MP13462.

    2. © 17Sep42; MP13469.

    3. © 15Oct42; MP13426.

    4. © 11Dec42; MP13407.

    5. © 12Nov42; MP13408.

    6. © 1Jan43; MP13427.

    7. © 18Feb43; MP13461.

    8. © 26Mar43; MP13409.

    9. © 29Apr43; MP13522.


  10. © 8Jun43; MP13645.

    Series 8, 1943/44.

    1. © 29Jul43, MP13811.

    2. © 27Aug43; MP13983.

    3. © 24Sep43; MP14074.

    4. © 5Oct43, MP14015.

    5. © 25Nov43; MP15082.

    6. © 21Dec43; MP15081.

    7. © 23Dec43; MP14362.

    8. © 28Jan44; MP14463.

    9. © 21Feb44; MP14632.

    10. © 17Mar44; MP14633.

    11. © 13Apr44; MP14897.

    12. © 16Jun44; MP15083.

    Series 9, 1944/45.

    1. © 1Sep44; MP15656.

    2. © 12Oct44; MP15694.

    3. © 10Nov44; MP16004.

    4. © 1Dec44; MP15695.

    5. © 1Jan45; MP15696.

    6. © 9Feb45; MP15697.

    7. © 15Mar45; MP16005.

    8. © 12Apr45; MP16006.

    9. © 25May45; MP16442.

    10. © 19Jul45; MP16508.

    11. © 26Jul45; MP16509.

    12. © 3Oct45; MP16510.

    13. © 28May45; MP16470.

    Series 10, 1945/46.

    1. © 20Sep45; MP16511.

    2. © 18Oct45; MP16440.

    3. © 29Nov45; MP172.

    4. © 20Dec45; MP173.

    5. © 17Jan46; MP337.

    6. © 21Feb46; MP1047.

    7. © 7Mar46; MP1048.

    8. © 11Apr46; MP1049.

    9. © 9May46; MP1050.

    10. © 13Jun46; MP1051.

    11. © 11Jul46; MP1052.

    12. © 10Aug46; MP1466.

    Series 11, 1946/47.

    1. © 12Sep48; MP1474.

    2. © 10Oct46; MP1475.

    3. © 14Nov46; MP1476.

    4. © 19Dec46; MP1477.

    5. © 23Jan47; MP1877.

    6. © 27Feb47; MP1878.

    7. © 13Mar47; MP1879.

    8. © 17Apr47; MP1992.

    9. © 22May47; MP2160.

    Series 12, 1947/48.

    2. © 2Oct47; MP2461.

    3. © 6Nov47; MP2518.

    4. © 4Dec47; MP2703.

    5. © 28Dec47; MP2717.

    6. © 12Feb48; MP2889.

    7. © 8Apr48; MP2920.

    8. © 3Jun48; MP3093.

    9. © 5Jul48; MP3375.

    Series 13, 1948/49.

    1. © 16Sep48; MP3352.

    2. © 21Oct48; MP3508.

    3. © 23Dec48; MP3813.

    4. © 10Mar49; MP3891.

    5. © 21Apr49; MP4208.

    6. © 7Jul49; MP4363.


  COMMUTATION OF DC MACHINES. Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing
    Company, c1945. 3 reels, sd.

    © Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company; 19Mar45; MP336.


  COMO CUIDAR DELES. SEE Os Olhos.


  THE COMPANIONS OF JEHU. SEE The Fighting Guardsman.


  LA COMPARSA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 13Apr41; MP11055.


  COMRADE X. Loew's Inc., c1940. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 9
    reels, sd., b&w. A King Vidor production.

    Credits: Producer, Gottfried Reinhardt; director, King Vidor;
    original story, Walter Reisch; screenplay, Ben Hecht, Charles
    Lederer; music score, Bronislau Kaper; film editor, Harold F. Kress.

    © Loew's Inc.; 10Dec40; LP10113.


  CON ESTAS ARMAS; la historia de la sífilis. Willard Pictures, c1941.
    Presentada por the National Anti-Syphilis Committee de la American
    Social Hygiene Association. 11 min., sd.

    Credits: Narrador, Alfredo Barrett.

    © American Social Hygiene Association; 18Dec41; MP12152.


  CONCERT CANTEEN. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 14May45; MP15941.


  CONCERTO. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 26Jun44; MP14990.


  CONCERTO. SEE I've Always Loved You.


  CONCERTO IN B FLAT MINOR. c1942. Presented by Columbia Pictures Corp.
    751 ft., sd., color. (Color Rhapsody, no. 83) By Peter Ilich
    Tschaikowsky.

    Credits: Frank Tashlin, Robert Wickersham, Leo Salkin, John Hubley,
    Edward Kilfeather, William M. Shull, James Armstrong. Technicolor.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 20Mar42; LP11165.


  CONCHITA PEPITA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 31Aug42; MP12886.


  THE CONDEMNED. Golden Rock Co., c1941. 12 reels.

    Credits: Production, continuity and editing, S. S. Millard.

    © Sint S. Millard d.b.a. Golden Rock Co.; 26Apr41; MP11111.


  CONEY ISLAND. Square Deal Pictures Corp., c1947. 13 min., si., b&w,
    16mm.

    Appl. author: Donn Marvin.

    © Square Deal Pictures Corp.; 15Mar47; MP1817.


  CONEY ISLAND. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1943. 8,666 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Walter Lang; original screenplay, George Seaton;
    music director, Alfred Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 18Jun43; LP12447.


  CONEY ISLAND HONEYMOON. The Vitaphone Corp., c1944. 20 min., sd.,
    color.

    Credits: Producer, Gordon Hollingshead; director, Arnold Albert;
    screenplay, Jack School. Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 19Dec44; LP13318.


  CONFEDERATE HONEY. The Vitaphone Corp., c1940. 1 reel, sd. (Merrie
    Melodies)

    Credits: Story, Ben Hardaway; animation, Cal Dalton.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 30Mar40; MP10076.


  A CONFESSION ON NEW YEAR'S EVE. Marshall Grant-Realm Television
    Productions, c1949. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on a work by
    Hermann Sudermann.

    Summary: A drama of thwarted love.

    Credits: Producer, Stanley Rubin; director, Sobey Martin;
    screenplay, Elihu Winer; editor, Jodie Copelan.

    © Realm Television Productions, Inc.; 27Jun49; LP2420.


  CONFESSIONS OF A VICE BARON. Real Life Dramas, c1943. 62 min., sd.

    Credits: Director, John Melville.

    © Real Life Dramas; 30Jun43; LP12120.


  CONFESSIONS OF BOSTON BLACKIE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 6
    reels, sd. Based upon the character created by Jack Boyle.

    Credits: Producer, William Berke; director, Edward Dmytryk; story,
    Paul Yawitz, Jay Dratler; original screenplay, Paul Yawitz; music
    director, M. W. Stoloff; film editor. Gene Milford.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 6Jan42; LP11006.


  CONFIDENTIAL AGENT. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1945. 118 min., sd.
    A Warner Bros.-First National picture. From a novel by Graham
    Greene.

    Credits: Director, Herman Shumlin; screenplay, Robert Buckner;
    music, Franz Waxman; music director, Leo F. Forbstein; orchestral
    arrangements, Leonid Raab; photographer, James Wong Howe; film
    editor, George Amy.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 10Nov45; LP13614.


  CONFIRM OR DENY. Twentieth Century-Fox Corp., c1941. 6,585 ft., sd.
    Based on the story by Henry Wales and Samuel Fuller.

    Credits: Director, Archie Mayo; screenplay, Jo Swerling; music
    director, David Buttolph.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 12Dec41; LP11259.


  CONFLICT. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1945. 86 min., sd. A Warner
    Bros.-First National picture. Based on original story by Robert
    Siodmak, and Alfred Neumann.

    Credits: Producer, William Jacobs; director, Curtis Bernhardt;
    screenplay, Arthur T. Horman, Dwight Taylor; music, Frederick
    Hollander; music director, Leo F. Forbstein; orchestral
    arrangements, Jerome Moross; film editor, David Weisbart.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 30Jun45; LP13391.


  CONFUSION IN INDIA. SEE Variety Views, no. 121.


  CONFUSIONS OF A NUTZY SPY. The Vitaphone Corp., c1943. 7 min., sd.
    (Looney Tunes)

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; story, Don Christensen;
    animation, I. Ellis; music director, Carl W. Stalling.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 30Jan43; MP13222.


  CONGA LA MAIZE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 2Feb41; MP11618.


  CONGA LOCA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 23Mar; MP10963.


  LA CONGA SE FUE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 13Sep43; MP13935.


  CONGAMANIA. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1940. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Will Cowan; director, Larry Ceballos;
    dialogue, Stanley Rubin; music director, Charles Previn;
    orchestrations, Milton Rosen; film editor, Irving Birnbaum.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 17Oct40; LP9987.


  CONGO. The Vitaphone Corp., c1945. 20 min., sd. (Featurette)

    Credits: Director, Andre Cauvin; narration, John Latouche, Frank
    Beckwith; narrator, Truman Bradley.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 28Feb45; LP13129.


  CONGO BILL. Columbia Pictures Corp. c1948–49. 2 reels each, sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.

    Credits: Producer, Sam Katzman; directors, Spencer Bennet, Thomas
    Carr; screenplay, George H. Plympton, Arthur Hoerl, Lewis Clay; film
    editors, Earl Turner, Dwight Caldwell.

    1. The Untamed Beast. © 12Oct48; LP1853.

    2. Jungle Gold. © 13Oct48; LP1889.

    3. A Hot Reception. © 26Oct48; LP1876.

    4. Congo Bill Springs a Trap. © 2Nov48; LP1892.

    5. White Shadows in the Jungle. © 9Nov48; LP1903.

    6. The White Queen, © 17Nov48; LP1926.

    7. Black Panther. © 23Nov48; LP1938.

    8. Sinister Schemes. © 30Nov48; LP1957.

    9. The Witch Doctor Strikes. © 7Dec48; LP1992.

    10. Trail of Treachery. © 14Dec48; LP1997.

    11. A Desperate Chance. © 22Dec48; LP2018.

    12. The Lair of the Beast. © 28Dec48; LP2028.

    13. Menace of the Jungle. © 4Jan49; LP2035.

    14. Treasure Trap. © 11Jan49; LP2054.

    15. The Missing Letter. © 18Jan49; LP2068.


  CONGO CLAMBAKE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 3Aug42; MP12823.


  CONGO LANDING. SEE Congo Maisie.


  CONGO MAISIE. Loew's Inc., c1940. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 7
    reels, sd., b&w. Based on the book "Congo Landing" by Wilson
    Collison.

    Credits: Producer, J. Walter Ruben; director, H. C. Potter;
    screenplay, Mary C. McCall, Jr.; music score, Edward Ward; film
    editor, Fredrick Y. Smith.

    © Loew's Inc., 15Jan40; LP9404.


  CONGO PYGMIES. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1948. 1 reel,
    si., b&w, 8mm.

    Summary: The opening sequences show the pygmies in the jungles of
    Africa making clothing from the bark of the mu-lum-bwa tree. The
    remainder of the film shows them as they make a trip to a nearby
    village in order to barter elephant tusks for food and weapons.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; MP3134.


  CONNECTICUT ANSWERS! Southern New England Telephone Co.

    Appl. author: Charles E. Rolfe.

    © The Southern New England Telephone Co.; title, descr., & 8 prints,
    2Oct41; MU11612.


  CONNECTICUT ANSWERS!—CONNECTICUT FIGHTS! The Southern New England
    Telephone Co.

    Credits: Commentator, Lowell Thomas.

    © The Southern New England Telephone Co.; title, descr., & 6 prints,
    19Nov42; MU13024.


  A CONNECTICUT YANKEE IN KING ARTHUR'S COURT. Paramount Pictures Inc.,
    c1949. 107 min., sd., color, 35mm. Based on the novel by Mark Twain
    [pseud. of Samuel Langhorne Clemens].

    Summary: A musical farce about the adventures of a Hartford
    blacksmith who, in the year 1905, is transported to sixth-century
    England.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Fellows; director, Tay Garnett;
    screenplay, Edmund Beloin; music score, Victor Young; editor, Archie
    Marshek.

    Cast: Bing Crosby, Rhonda Fleming, William Bendix, Sir Cedric
    Hardwicke, Murvyn Vye.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 22Apr49 (in notice: 1948); LP2265.


  CONQUEST OF CHEYENNE. c1946. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels,
    sd., 35mm. Based on Fred Harman's comic "Red Ryder."

    Credits: Associate producer, Sidney Picker; director, R. G.
    Springsteen; original story, Bert Horswell, Joseph Poland;
    screenplay, Earle Snell; music director, Richard Cherwin;
    photographer, William Bradford; film editor, Charles Craft.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 16Apr46; LP343.


  CONQUEST OF THE AIR. c1940. Presented by Films, Inc. 40 min., sd.,
    16mm.

    Credits: Written and narrated by James Clemenger.

    © Pathe News, Inc.; 26Jan40; MP10111.


  THE CONQUEST OF THE SPOON. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in
    collaboration with Arnold Gesell and the Clinic of Child
    Development, Yale University, c1947. 1 reel, si., b&w, 16mm.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 25Feb47; MP1766.


  CONQUISTADOR. SEE Romance of the Rio Grande.


  CONRAD, THE SAILOR. c1942. 1 reel. (Merrie Melodies) Leon Schlesinger
    Productions.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; story, Dave Monahan; animation,
    Ben Washam; music director, Carl W. Stalling.

    © The Vitagraph Corp.; 28Mar42; MP12321.


  A CONSERVAÇÃO DOS RECURSOS NATURAIS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd., 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborator, George T. Renner.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 10Jun46; MP726.


  CONSERVATION ROAD. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1947. 2 reels,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. (Our Land and People Series)

    Summary: An account of the discovery of the natural resources of
    America and of the growing need for their conservation.

    Credits: Producers, Edmund Reek, Boris Vermont; script, Luigi
    Creatore; narrator, Nelson Case; collaborators, Walter A. Anderson,
    Eric H. Haight, John E. Ivey, Gordon N. McKenzie, Robert Lee Morton,
    Samuel R. Powers, Howard E. Wilson, George L. White, J. Wallace
    Page, Jr., Miller McClintock; music, L. DeFrancesco; editors, John
    Oser, Rosemarie Hickson.

    © Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp.; 12Nov47; MP2801.


  CONSPIRATOR. Loew's Inc., c1949. 87 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. An MGM
    picture. Based on the novel by Humphrey Slater.

    Summary: A political drama in which a Communist attempts to murder
    his bride who suspects him of subversive activities. Filmed in
    England.

    Credits: Producer, Arthur Hornblow, Jr.; director, Victor Saville;
    screenplay, Sally Benson; adaptation, Sally Benson, Gerard Fairlie;
    music, John Wooldridge; film editor, Frank Clarke.

    Cast: Robert Taylor, Elizabeth Taylor, Robert Flemyng, Harold
    Warrender, Honor Blackman.

    © Loew's Inc.; 1Nov49; LP2616.


  THE CONSPIRATORS. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1944. 101 min., sd. A
    Warner Bros.-First National picture. From the novel by Frederick
    Prokosch.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Chertok; director, Jean Negulesco;
    screenplay, Vladimir Pozner, Leo Rosten; music, Max Steiner; music
    director, Leo F. Forbstein; orchestral arrangements, Leonid Raab;
    photography, Arthur Edeson; film editor, Rudi Fehr.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 21Oct44; LP12916.


  THE CONSTABLE. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1940. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; story, Dan Gordon; animation,
    Bill Nolan, George Germanetti.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 15Nov40; LP10055.


  THE CONSTANT NYMPH. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1943. 112 min., sd.
    A Warner Bros.-First National picture. From the novel and play by
    Margaret Kennedy and Basil Dean.

    Credits: Producer, Henry Blanke; director, Edmund Goulding;
    screenplay, Kathryn Scola; music, Erich Wolfgang Korngold; music
    director, Leo F. Forbstein; orchestral arrangements, Hugo
    Friedhofer; film editor, David Weisbart.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 24Jul43; LP12196.


  CONSTRUCTION AHEAD. Pennsylvania State College, c1948. 21 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm.

    Summary: Explains the need for highways and shows the various steps
    in construction, from the initial plans and surveys to final
    inspection.

    © Pennsylvania Dept. of Highways; 1Dec48; MP3788.


  THE CONSTRUCTION OF A LIGHT AIRPLANE. c1943. 28 min., sd., 16mm.

    Appl. authors: J. G. Dunkelberg, P. H. Seitzinger, D. D. Mason.

    © The Pennsylvania State College; 1Feb43; MP13345.


  CONSUMER PROTECTION. Coronet, c1948. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Demonstrates how a consumer may plan to purchase wisely by
    making full use of the protections and aids offered by governmental
    agencies, consumers' rating laboratories, and private testing
    companies.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, Elvin S. Eyster.

    © David A. Smart; 10Jun48; MP3703.


  CONSUMPTION OF FOODS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd., (World Food Problems, no. 1)

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 31May46; MP644.


  THE CONTENDER. P.R.C. Pictures, Inc., c1944. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Sternbach; director, Sam Newfield; original
    story, George Sayer, Jay Doten; screenplay, George Sayer, Jay Doten,
    Raymond Schrock; music score, Albert Glasser; film editor, Holbrook
    N. Todd.

    © P.R.C. Pictures, Inc.; 10May44; LP12654.


  CONTEST CRAZY. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1948. 17 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Credits: Producer, George Bilson; director, Hal Yates; screenplay,
    Julian Woodward; film editor, Edward W. Williams.

    Cast: Edgar Kennedy, Florence Lake, Jack Rice, Dot Farley, Paul
    Maxey.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 1Oct48; LP1927.


  THE CONTINENTAL. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 6Jul42; MP12734.


  CONTINUED LEADERSHIP. Jam Handy Organization, Inc. Presented by Kroger
    Co. 1–1/2 reels, sd., color, 16mm.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 13Aug47; 18 prints,
    15Aug47; MU2264.


  CONTINUED LEADERSHIP. Presented by the Coca-Cola Co. 2 reels, sd.,
    color, 16mm.

    Credits: Kodachrome.

    Appl. author: The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.

    © The Coca-Cola Co.; title & descr., 19Dec46; 30 prints, 23Dec46;
    MU1421.


  CONTRABAND. SEE Blackout.


  COUNTRARY CONDOR. Walt Disney Productions, c1944. 1 reel. (A Walt
    Disney Donald Duck)

    © Walt Disney Productions; 13Mar44; LP12631.


  CONTRAST IN RHYTHM. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1945. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 4Jun45; MP15997.


  CONTROL OF BODY TEMPERATURE. Erpi Classroom Films, Inc., c1940. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.; 23Sep40; MP10697.


  THE CONTROL OF SMALL BLOOD VESSELS. c1941. 20 min., si., monochrome,
    16mm.

    Appl. authors: George P. Fulton, Brenton R. Lutz.

    © Trustees of Boston University; 9May41; MP11141.


  CONVICTED WOMAN. Columbia Pictures Corp.; c1940. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Ralph Cohn; director, Nick Grinde; story, Martin
    Mooney, Alex Gottlieb; screenplay, Joseph Carole; music director, M.
    W. Stoloff; photography, Benjamin Kline; film editor, James Sweeney.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 29Jan40; LP9383.


  CONVOY. Ealing Studios, Ltd., London, for Associated British Film
    Distributors, Inc. Released by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1941. 78
    min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Michael Balcon; director, Pen Tennyson;
    screenplay, Patrick Kirwin, Pen Tennyson.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 3Jan41; LP10314.


  THE COO COO BIRD. Walter Lantz Productions, c1947. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Walter Lantz Cartune)

    Credits: Director, Dick Lundy; story, Ben Hardaway, Milt Schaffer;
    animation, Hal Mason, Sid Pillet; music, Darrell Calker.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc., and Walter Lantz Productions;
    1Apr47; MP2097.


  COO-COO BIRD DOG. Screen Gem, Inc., c1949. 6 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Phantasy Cartoon)

    Credits: Producers, Raymond Katz and Henry Binder; director, Sid
    Marcus; story, Cal Howard, Dave Menahan; animation, Howard Swift,
    Roy Jennings, Ben Lloyd; music, Darrell Calker.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 7Jan49 (in notice: 1947); LP2036.


  COOKING: KITCHEN SAFETY. Centron Corp., Inc., c1949. 11 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Illustrates the common safety hazards that exist in every
    kitchen, and demonstrates simple precautions that can be taken to
    prevent accidents. For high school and college classes.

    Credits: Author, Charles E. Lacey; adviser, Edna A. Hill.

    © Centron Corp., Inc.; 28Sep49; MP4750.


  COOKING: MEASURING. Centron Corp., Inc., c1949. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm.

    Summary: Explains why cooks must be careful in measuring,
    illustrates some of the measuring devices used in the kitchen, and
    demonstrates the correct procedures for measuring dry solids,
    liquids, and fats. For high school and college classes.

    Credits: Author, Arthur H. Wolf; adviser, Edna A. Hill.

    © Centron Corp., Inc.; 2May49; MP4752.


  COOKING: PLANNING AND ORGANIZATION. Centron Corp., Inc., c1949. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Shows a well-ordered kitchen in which the equipment and
    cooking utensils are efficiently arranged, and illustrates how
    scientific planning and the use of such devices as the time-chart
    are effective in preparing meals. For high school and college
    classes.

    Credits: Author, Arthur H. Wolf; adviser, Edna A. Hill.

    © Centron Corp., Inc.; 11Apr49; MP4754.


  COOKING: TERMS AND WHAT THEY MEAN. Centron Corp., Inc., c1949. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Cites some of the most commonly misused and misunderstood
    cooking terms, and explains what they mean. Designed to assist
    students in understanding the terminology used in recipes. For high
    school and college classes.

    Credits: Author, Charles E. Lacey; adviser, Edna A. Hill.

    © Centron Corp., Inc.; 22Sep49; MP4755.


  COOKING'S FUN. The Jam Handy Organization. Presented by Frigidaire.
    Sd.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © Frigidaire Division, General Motors Sales Corp.; title & descr.,
    2Mar40; 143 prints, 4Mar40; MU10007.


  COOKOO CAVALIERS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 1,586 ft.

    Credits: Director, Jules White; story and screenplay, Ewart Adamson.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 7Nov40; LP10033.


  COOKS AND CROOKS. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1942. 17 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director, Henry James; screenplay,
    Harry D'Arcy, Henry James; film editor, Les Millbrook.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 5Jun42; LP11423.


  THE COOLIDGE QUARTET. Artists' Films, Inc. c1940. 1 reel.

    © Artists' Films, Inc.; 1Nov40; MP12442.


  COOPER BESSEMER DIESEL ENGINE FUEL SYSTEM. Terrytoons, Inc.

    Appl. authors: A. E. Bartsch, Thomas J. Morrison.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; title & 5 prints, 9Mar44; descr., 6Apr44;
    MU14697.


  COOPER-BESSEMER DIESEL ENGINE MAINTENANCE. Escar Motion Picture
    Service, Inc. 25 reels, sd., 35mm. United States Navy.

    Appl. author: Elmer Frank Seidel.

    © Escar Motion Picture Service, Inc.; title, descr., & 82 prints,
    16Dec43; MU14423.


  COPA CARNIVAL. SEE Variety Views, no. 167.


  COPACABANA. Beacon Productions, Inc., c1947. 92 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Producer and composer of music, Sam Coslow; director,
    Alfred E. Green; original story, Laslo Vadnay; screenplay, Laslo
    Vadnay, Allen Boretz, Howard Harris; director, Edward Ward; music
    arrangements, Jack Mason, Howard Zweifel, Bob Gordon; film editor,
    Philip Cahan.

    Cast: Groucho Marx, Carmen Miranda, Steve Cochran, Andy Russel,
    Gloria Jean.

    © Beacon Productions, Inc.; 30May47; LP1323.


  THE COPACABANA REVUE. Film Institute, Inc., c1941. Presented by
    Paramount. 1 reel, sd. (A Paramount Headliner)

    Credits: Director, Leslie Roush; photographer, William Steiner.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 21Nov41; MP11852.


  COPENHAGEN PAGEANTRY. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1947. 8 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. (Movietone Adventures)

    Summary: Shows people and places in Copenhagen—the mailman, the
    chimney sweep, the vendors of fish and flowers, the artisans who
    work on silver, chain, and porcelain, and such famous places as
    Hornbaek Beach, Gruntvig's Church, and the castles and parks of
    royalty.

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; director, Earl Allvine; music score,
    L. DeFrancesco; film editor, Valeska Weidig.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 6Dec47; MP2982.


  COPPERSMITHING. © R.C.M. Productions, Inc.

    Appl. author: Arthur Hoerl.

    1. Bending Copper Tubing to a Wire Template. © title, descr., & 15
    prints, 13Dec43; MU14278.

    2. Brazing Flanges with Spelter. © title, descr., & 15 prints,
    13Dec43. MU14279.

    3. Brazing Flanges with Silver Solder. © title, descr., & 15 prints,
    13Dec43; MU15280.

    4. Tinning and Solder Wiping. © title, descr., & 16 prints, 26Jun44;
    MU14968.


  COPY CAT. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; story, Bob Wickersham.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 11Jul41; LP10600.


  LE CORBEAU (The Raven). Union Générale Cinematographique, Paris. 10
    reels.

    Appl. author: Clouzot Henri Georges.

    © Union Générale Cinematographique; title, descr., & 12 prints,
    22Sep47; LU1224.


  THE CORN FARMER. Erpi Classroom Films, Inc., c1939. 1 reel, sd.

    Appl. author: W. M. Gregory.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.; 21Dec39; MP9866.


  CORN FARMER. SEE O Cultivador de Milho.


  THE CORN IS GREEN. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1945. 114 min., sd. A
    Warner Bros.-First National picture. From the stageplay by Emlyn
    Williams.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Chertok; director, Irving Rapper;
    screenplay, Casey Robinson, Frank Cavett; music, Max Steiner; music
    director, Leo F. Forbstein; orchestral arrangements, Hugo
    Friedhofer; photographer, Sol Polito; film editor, Frederick
    Richards.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 21Jun45; LP13395.


  CORN ON THE CONGA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 7Apr41; MP11029.


  CORN PONE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 16Mar45; MP15726.


  CORNERED. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1945. 102 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Adrian Scott; director, Edward Dmytryk; story and
    adaptation, John Wexley; screenplay, John Paxton; music, Roy Webb;
    music director, C. Bakaleinikoff; orchestral arrangements, Gil Grau;
    editor, Joseph Noriega.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 14Nov45; LP122.


  CORNSILK. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Jun41; MP11279.


  CORONER CREEK. Producers Actors Corp., c1948. Presented by Columbia
    Pictures Corp. 9 reels, sd., color, 35mm. Based on the novel by Luke
    Short [pseud. of Frederick Dilley Glidden].

    Summary: A Western in which the action is motivated by the hero's
    desire to avenge the death of his sweetheart.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Joe Brown; director, Ray Enright;
    screenplay, Kenneth Gamet; music score, Rudy Schrager; film editor,
    Harvey Manger.

    Cast: Randolph Scott, Marguerite Chapman, George Macready, Sally
    Eilers, Edgar Buchanan.

    © Producers Actors Corp.; 17May48; LP1600.


  THE CORPSE CAME C. O. D. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1947. 87 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on Jimmy Starr's novel.

    Credits: Producer, Samuel Bischoff; director, Henry Levin;
    screenplay, George Bricker, Dwight Babcock; music score, George
    Duning; film editor, Jerome Thoms.

    Cast: George Brent, Joan Blondell, Adele Jergens, Jim Bannon, Leslie
    Brooks.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 11Jun47; LP1046.


  THE CORPSE VANISHES. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1942. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producers, Sam Katzman, Jack Dietz; director, Wallace Fox;
    original story, Sam Robins, Gerald Schnitzer; screenplay, Harvey
    Gates; photography, Art Reed; film editor, Robert Golden.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 8May42; LP11282.


  CORPUS CHRISTI BANDITS. c1945. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Stephen Auer; director, Wallace A.
    Grissell; original screenplay, Norman S. Hall; music director,
    Richard Cherwin; photographer, Bud Thackery; film editor, Charles
    Craft.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 20Apr45; LP13246.


  CORRALING A SCHOOL MARM. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1940. 20 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lou Brock; director, Charles Roberts; story,
    Charles Roberts, George Jeske; film editor, John Locker.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 20May40; LP9658.


  CORRECTIVE EXERCISE NO. 1 FOR CONSTIPATION.

    © Anna Rehn; title & descr., 1May42; 4 prints, 23Mar42; MU12430.


  CORRECTIVE EXERCISE NO. 2 FOR CONSTIPATION.

    © Anna Rehn; title & descr., 1May42; 4 prints, 23Mar42; MU12431.


  CORRECTIVE EXERCISE NO. 3 FOR CONSTIPATION.

    © Anna Rehn; title & descr., 4Apr46; 2 prints, 19Jan46; MU399.


  CORREGIDOR. Producers Releasing Corp., c1943. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producers, Dixon R. Harwin, Edward Finney; director,
    William Nigh; original story and screenplay, Doris Malloy, Edgar
    Ulmer; music, Leo Erody; photography, Ira C. Morgan; film editor,
    Charles Henkel, Jr.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 23Mar43; LP12010.


  CORRINE, CORRINA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 28Aug44; MP15150.


  THE CORSICAN BROTHERS. Released thru United Artists, c1941. Presented
    by Edward Small. 111 min., sd. From a free adaptation of the
    Alexandre Dumas story by George Bruce and Howard Estabrook.

    Credits: Associate producer, Stanley Logan; director, Gregory
    Ratoff; screenplay, George Bruce; music score, Dimitri Tiomkin; film
    editor, William Claxton.

    © Edward Small Productions, Inc; 5Dec41; LP10894.


  CORTE TUBO. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946.
    Presented by RCM Productions, Inc. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Credits: Producer, Ben Hersh; director, Dave Gould.

    © Soundies Films, Inc. (in notice: Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc.); 30Dec46; MP1569.


  CORVETTE K–225. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1943. 10 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Howard Hawks; director, Richard Rosson; original
    screenplay, John Rhodes Sturdy; photographer, Tony Gaudio; film
    editor, Edward Curtiss.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 13Oct43; LP12315.


  COSMO JONES IN CRIME SMASHER. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1943. 7 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lindsley Parsons; director, James Tinling;
    original story, Walter Gering; screenplay, Michael L. Simmons,
    Walter Gering; photography, Mack Stengler; film editor, Carl
    Pierson.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 1Jan43; LP11783.


  COSTA RUMBA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 19Jul43; MP13746.


  COTTON. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd.,
    16mm.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 31May46; MP646.


  COUNSELING—ITS TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES. Vocational Guidance Films, Inc.,
    c1948. 22 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: A training film analyzing the techniques of the counseling
    interview; 1) Preparing for the interview. 2) Establishing the
    proper relationships. 3) Identifying and analyzing the problems. 4)
    Planning a course of action.

    Appl. authors: C. E. Erickson, Carl Horn, Edgar L. Harden, Raymond
    N. Hatch.

    © Vocational Guidance Films, Inc.; 30Sep48; MP3894.


  COUNT ME IN. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 2Mar42; MP12281.


  COUNT ME OUT. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 24Jun46; MP811.


  COUNTER-ATTACK. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1945. 9 reels, sd. Adapted
    from the play by Janet and Philip Stevenson, based on "Pobyeda" by
    Ilya Vershinin and Mikhail Ruderman.

    Credits: Director, Zoltan Korda; screenplay, John Howard Lawson;
    music director, M. W. Stoloff; film editors, Charles Nelson, Al
    Clark.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 26Apr45; LP13280.


  COUNTER-ESPIONAGE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 7 reels, sd. Based
    upon a work by Louis Joseph Vance.

    Credits: Producer, Wallace MacDonald; director, Edward Dmytryk;
    story and screenplay, Aubrey Wisberg; music director, M. W. Stoloff;
    film editor, Gene Havlick.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp,; 3Sep42; LP11605.


  THE COUNTERFEIT CAT. Loew's Inc., c1949. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (An
    MGM Cartoon)

    Credits: Producer, Fred Quimby; director, Tex Avery; story, Rich
    Hogan, Jack Cosgriff; animation, Michael Lah, Grant Simmons, Walter
    Clinton; music, Scott Bradley.

    © Loew's Inc.; 7Dec49 (in notice: 1950); LP2706.


  THE COUNTERFEITERS. Reliance Pictures, Inc. Released by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp., c1948. 73 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: Through the combined efforts of the Treasury Department and
    Scotland Yard an international counterfeit ring is apprehended.

    Credits: Producer, Maurice H. Conn; director, Peter Stewart;
    original story, Maurice H. Conn; screenplay, Fred Myton, Barbara
    Worth; film editor, Martin G. Cohn.

    Cast: John Sutton, Doris Merrick, Hugh Beaumont, Lon Chaney, George
    O'Hanlon.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 11May48; LP1894.


  THE COUNTESS OF MONTE CRISTO. Westwood Corp. Released by
    Universal-International, c1948. 77 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A musical, with ice-skating routines. Two Norwegian
    barmaids pose as a countess and her maid in resort hotel.

    Credits: Producer, John Beck; director, Frederick De Cordova; story,
    Walter Reisch; screenplay, William Bowers; music, Walter Scharf;
    orchestrations, David Tamkin; film editor, Edward Curtiss.

    Cast: Sonja Henie, Olga San Juan, Dorothy Hart, Michael Kirby,
    Arthur Treacher.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc. & Westwood Corp.; 6Dec48; LP1978.


  COUNTRY FAIR. c1941. Presented by Republic Pictures. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Armand Schaefer; director, Frank
    McDonald; music director, Cy Feuer; photographer, Ernest Miller;
    film editor, Ernest Nims.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 5May41; LP10482.


  COUNTY FAIR. RKO Pathe, Inc., c1948. 16 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (This Is
    America, no. 1)

    Summary: The county fair and the work that precedes it on farms
    throughout the country. The work of the boys and girls of the 4–H
    clubs is emphasized.

    Credits: Producer, Jay Bonafield; written by Jerome Brondfield;
    narrator, Dwight Weist.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 12Nov48; MP3659.


  COUNTY GOVERNMENT. Pictorical Research, Inc., c1949. Presented by the
    United States Information Service. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Explains the functions and purposes of the various branches
    of county government, and shows some of the services provided to the
    people by agencies in Westchester County, N. Y.

    © Pictorical Research, Inc.; 15Jun49; MP4434.


  COURAGEOUS AUSTRALIA. Movietone. Distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp. c1942. 1 reel, sd. (The World Today)

    Credits: Continuity, Dave Cooper; described by Hugh James; music
    score, L. De Francesco; editor, Earl Allvine.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 5Jun42; MP15434.


  THE COURAGEOUS DR. CHRISTIAN. c1940. Presented by RKO Radio Pictures,
    Inc. 67 min., sd. A Stephens-Lang production.

    Credits: Producer, William Stephens; director, Bernard Vorhaus;
    original screenplay, Ring Lardner, Jr., Ian McLellan Hunter; music,
    William Lava; music director, C. Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Edward
    Mann.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 5Apr40; LP9568.


  COURT REPORTING. Teaching Aids Exchange, c1948. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm.

    Summary: Designed to show the qualifications necessary for court
    reporting, this film shows actual courtroom scenes and stresses the
    use of the stenotype.

    © Teaching Aids Exchange; 1Oct48; MP3786.


  COURTIN' TROUBLE. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1948. 56 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: Outlaws of the western plains are killed in a blazing
    gunbattle when Jimmy Wakely and "Cannonball" Taylor rescue a lady
    prosecutor from her criminal clients.

    Credits: Producer, Louis Gray; director, Ford Beebe; original
    screenplay, Ronald Davidson; music director, Edward Kay; film
    editor, John Fuller.

    Cast: Jimmy Wakely, "Cannonball" Taylor, Virginia Belmont, Leonard
    Penn, Steve Clark.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 21Nov48; LP2004.


  THE COURTING OF BELL. General Television Enterprises, Inc., c1949. 1
    reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on a work by J. M. Barrie.

    Summary: A comedy in which a seemingly dull country boy very
    cleverly wins the girl away from his friend.

    Credits: Producer and director, Frank Wisbar; screenplay, Peggy
    Chantler; film editor, Holbrook N. Todd.

    © General Television Enterprises, Inc.; 7Dec49; LP2678.


  THE COURTSHIP OF ANDY HARDY. Loew's Inc., c1942. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 9 reels, sd., b&w. Based upon the characters
    created by Aurania Rouverol.

    Credits: Director, George B. Seitz; screenplay, Agnes Christine
    Johnston; music score, David Snell; film editor, Elmo Veron.

    © Loew's Inc.; 10Feb42; LP11441.


  COURTSHIP TO COURTHOUSE. RKO Pathe, Inc. in collaboration with the
    editors of This Week Magazine, c1946. 15 min., sd., 35mm. (This is
    America, no. 10)

    Credits: Producer, Frederic Ullman, Jr.; director, Edward J.
    Montagne; written by Phil Reisman, Jr.; narrator, Andre Baruch;
    music, Nathaniel Shilkret; photographer, Frank Follette; editor,
    David Cooper.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 26Jul46; MP1063.


  COVER GIRL. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1944. 107 min., sd., color.

    Credits: Director, Charles Vidor; story, Erwin Gelsey; screenplay,
    Virginia Van Upp; adaptation, Marion Parsonnet, Paul Gangelin;
    music, Jerome Kern; music director, M. W. Stoloff; orchestrations,
    Carmen Dragon; film editor, Viola Lawrence. Technicolor.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 6Apr44; LP12592.


  COVER-UP. Strand Productions, Inc. Released through United Artists
    Corp., c1949. 82 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: The inhabitants of a small town resist an insurance
    investigator's attempts to prove that their respected doctor is
    guilty of murder.

    Credits: Producer, Ted Nasser; director, Alfred E. Green; original
    screenplay, Jerome Odlum, Jonathan Rix; music, Hans J. Salter; film
    editor, Fred W. Berger.

    Cast: William Bendix, Dennis O'Keefe, Barbara Britton, Art Baker,
    Helen Spring.

    © Strand Productions, Inc.; 25Feb49; LP21151.


  THE COVERED TRAILER. c1939. Presented by Republic Pictures. 7 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Director, Gus Meins; original story, Jack Townley, M.
    Coates Webster; screenplay, Jack Townley; music director, Cy Feuer;
    photography, Arthur Martinelli; film editor, Ray Snyder.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 10Nov39; LP9421.


  THE COVERED WAGON. SEE Our Own Country.


  COVERED WAGON DAYS. c1940. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels,
    sd. Based on the characters "The Three Mesquiteers" created by
    William Colt MacDonald.

    Credits: Associate producer, Harry Grey; director, George Sherman;
    original screenplay, Earle Snell; music score, Cy Feuer;
    photography, William Nobles; film editor, Bernard Loftus.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 22Apr40; LP9626.


  THE COVERED WAGON ROLLED RIGHT ALONG. Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 8Dec41; MP11910.


  COVERED WAGON TRAILS. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1940. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Webb; director, Raymond K. Johnson; story,
    Tom Gibson; music, Lange and Porter; photography, Edward Kull; film
    editor, Robert Golden.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 11Apr40; LP9531.


  COW-COW BOOGIE. c1943. Presented by Universal. 1 reel, sd., color. (A
    Walter Lantz Swing Symphony) (A Walter Lantz Cartune)

    Credits: Director, Alex Lovy; story, Ben Hardaway, Milt Schaffer;
    animation, Hal Mason; music arrangement, Darrell Calker.
    Technicolor.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc. & Walter Lantz Productions; 2Feb43;
    MP13844.


  COW-COW BOOGIE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 26Oct42; MP13089.


  COWBELL SONG. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 27May46; MP638.


  THE COWBOY AND THE BLONDE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1941.
    6,125 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Ray McCarey; original story, Walter Bullock,
    William Brent; screenplay, Walter Bullock; music director, Cyril J.
    Mockridge.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 16May41; LP10467.


  THE COWBOY AND THE INDIANS. Gene Autry Productions. Released through
    Columbia Pictures Corp., c1949. 68 min., sd., sepia, 35mm.

    Summary: Gene Autry brings help to a starving Indian tribe
    long-swindled by a dishonest trader.

    Credits: Producer, Armand Schaefer; director, John English;
    screenplay, Dwight Cummins, Dorothy Yost; film editor, Henry
    Batista.

    Cast: Gene Autry, Sheila Ryan, Frank Richards, Hank Patterson, Jay
    Silverheels.

    © Gene Autry Productions; 30Sep49; LP2668.


  COWBOY AND THE PRIZE FIGHTER. Equity Pictures, Inc. Released through
    Eagle Lion Films, Inc., c1949. 60 min., sd., color, 35mm. Based on
    the "Red Ryder" comic strip.

    Credits: Producer, Jerry Thomas; director, Lewis D. Collins;
    screenplay, Jerry Thomas; music composer and director, Ralph
    Kraushaar; film editor, Joseph P. Gluck.

    Cast: Jim Bannon, Little Brown Jug, Emmett Lynn, Marin Sais, Lou
    Nova.

    © Pathe Industries, Inc.; 5Dec49; LP2710.


  COWBOY AND THE SENORITA. c1944. Presented by Republic Pictures. 8
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Harry Grey; director, Joseph Kane;
    original story, Bradford Ropes; screenplay, Gordon Kahn; music
    director, Walter Scharf; photographer, Reggie Lanning; film editor,
    Tony Martinelli.

    Appl. author. Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 20Mar44; LP12559.


  COWBOY BLUES. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1946. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Colbert Clark; director, Ray Nazarro; original
    screenplay, J. Benton Cheney; music direction, Paul Mertz.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 18Jul46; LP510.


  COWBOY CALYPSO. Distributed by Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd. A Filmcraft production.

    Credits: Producer and director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 28Oct46; MP1254.


  COWBOY CANTEEN. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1944. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Fier; director, Lew Landers; original
    screenplay, Paul Gangelin; music director, M. W. Stoloff; film
    editor, Aaron Stell.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 8Feb44; LP12783.


  COWBOY CAVALIER. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1948. 55 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: Mrs. Croft and her daughter, owners of a stage and freight
    line, are protected from the attacks of outlaws by Jimmy Wakely,
    defender of the pioneers.

    Credits: Producer, Louis Gray; director, Derwin M. Abrahams;
    original screenplay, J. Benton Cheney, Ronald Davidson; music
    director, Edward J. Kay; film editor, Carl Pierson.

    Cast: Jimmy Wakely, "Cannonball" Taylor, Jan Bryant, Claire Whitney,
    Douglas Evans.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 4Jul48; LP1745.


  COWBOY COMMANDOS. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1943. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, George W. Weeks; director, S. Roy Luby; original
    story, Clark L. Paylow; screenplay, Elizabeth Beecher; music, Frank
    Sanucci; photography, Edward Kull; film editor, Roy Claire.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 30Apr43; LP12015.


  COWBOY FROM LONESOME RIVER. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1944. 6 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Fier; director, Benjamin Kline; story and
    screenplay, Luci Ward; film editor, Aaron Stell.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 25Nov44; LP12992.


  COWBOY FROM SUNDOWN. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1940. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Edward Finney; director, Spencer Gordon Bennett;
    screenplay, Rolland Lynch; music director, Frank Sanucci;
    photography, Marcel A. LePicard.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 7May40; LP9625.


  COWBOY IN MANHATTAN. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1943. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Paul Malvern; director, Frank Woodruff;
    original story, William Thomas, Maxwell Shane, Warren Wilson;
    screenplay, Warren Wilson; photography, Elwood Bredell; film editor,
    Fred Feitshans.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 16Apr43; LP12180.


  COWBOY IN THE CLOUDS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1944, 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Fier; director, Benjamin Kline; story and
    screenplay, Elizabeth Beecher; film editor, Aaron Stell.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 3Feb44; LP12476.


  THE COWBOY ISN'T SPEAKIN' TO HIS HORSE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc., c1943, 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Aug43; MP13888.


  COWBOY SERENADE. c1942. Presented by Republic Pictures. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Harry Grey; director, William Morgan;
    original screenplay, Olive Cooper; music supervisor, Raoul
    Kraushaar; photographer, Jack Marta; film editor, Les Orlebeck.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 22Jan42; LP11101.


  COWBOYS AND BRONCBUSTERS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1949.
    1 reel, si., b&w, 8mm.

    Summary: A city boy visits a western cattle ranch and learns about
    modern ranching methods.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 24Oct49; MP4781.


  COWBOYS FROM TEXAS. c1939. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels,
    sd. Based on the characters "The Three Mesquiteers" by William Colt
    MacDonald.

    Credits: Associate producer, Harry Grey; director, George Sherman;
    original screenplay, Oliver Drake; music score, William Lava;
    photographer, Ernest Miller; film editor, Tony Martinelli.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 29Nov39; LP9316.


  COWGIRL POLKA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd. b&w, 16mm. A Filmcraft production.

    Credits: Producer and director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Films, Inc. (in notice: Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc.); 30Dec46; MP1704.


  COWS AND CHICKENS, U. S. A. c1943. 3 reels, sd.

    Appl. author: Norman Matthews.

    © Industrial Patents Corp.; 1Feb43; MP13319.


  A COY DECOY. c1941. 1 reel, sd. (Looney Tunes) Leon Schlesinger
    Productions.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; story, Melvin Millar;
    animation, Norman McCabe; music director, Carl W. Stalling.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 9Jun41; MP11206.


  COYOTE CANYON. Universal International Pictures Co., Inc., c1949. 3
    reels, sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A musical Western.

    Credits: Producer and director, Will Cowan; story, Norton S. Parker;
    screenplay, Joseph O'Donnell; music, Joe Gershenson; film editor,
    Russell Schoengarth.

    Cast: "Tex" Williams, "Smokey" Rogers, "Deuce" Spriggens, Donna
    Martell, George Eldridge.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 29Nov49; LP2701.


  CRABBIN' IN THE CABIN. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1948. 18 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: Two couples encounter mishaps during a stay in a mountain
    cabin.

    Credits: Producer and director, Jules White; story and screenplay,
    Zim Myers; film editor, Edwin Bryant.

    Cast: Eddie Quillan, Wally Vernon.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 13May48; LP1667.


  CRACK UP. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1946. 93 min., sd., 35mm.
    Suggested by the short story "Madman's Holiday" by Fredric Brown.

    Credits: Director, Irving Reis; written by John Paxton, Ben Bengal,
    Ray Spencer; music, Leigh Harline; music director, C. Bakaleinikoff;
    editor, Frederic Knudtson.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 19Jun46; LP434.


  CRACKED NUTS. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1941. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Joseph G. Sanford; director, Edward
    Cline; photography, Charles Van Enger; music director, Charles
    Previn; film editor, Milton Carruth.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 11Jul41; LP10582.


  THE CRACKPOT QUAIL. The Vitaphone Corp., c1941. 1 reel, sd. (Merrie
    Melodies) Leon Schlesinger Productions.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; story, Rich Hogan; animation,
    Robert McKimson; music director, Carl W. Stalling.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 15Feb41; MP10838.


  CRADLE OF A NATION. Loew's Inc., c1947. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (James A. FitzPatrick's Traveltalks) An MGM picture.

    Credits: Producer and narrator, James A. FitzPatrick; director,
    James H. Smith; music score, Nat Finston.

    © Loew's Inc.; 4Dec47; MP2527.


  CRADLE OF CHAMPIONS. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1940. 1 reel, sd.
    (Grantland Rice Sportlight)

    Credits: Narrator, Ted Husing.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 14Jun40; MP10317.


  CRADLE OF CHRISTIANITY; Rome. Hoffberg Productions, Inc., c1946.
    Presented by J. H. Hoffberg. 1 reel, sd., 35mm.

    Credits: Narration, Frank P. Donovan; narrator, Karl Weber; editor,
    Nathan Cy Braunstein.

    © Hoffberg Productions, Inc.; 1Jul46; MP1007.


  CRADLE OF LIBERTY. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1946. 1 reel,
    sd., color, 35mm. (Lowell Thomas' Movietone Adventures)

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; director, Tom Cummiskey; music
    score, L. De Francesco; photographer, William Storz; film editor,
    Russ Sheilds. Technicolor.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 21Jun46; MP910.


  CRADLE OF OUR RACE. M. Minter Culver, c1941. 4 reels. (The Story of
    Civilization)

    © M. Minter Culver; 30Oct41; MP11887.


  CRADLE OF THE REPUBLIC. Vitaphone Corp., c1948. 20 min., sd., color,
    35mm. Warner. Bros.

    Summary: A panorama of the six New England states.

    Credits: Producer, Gordon Hollingshead; narrator, Art Gilmore.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 30Dec48; MP4152.


  CRASH DIVE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1943. 9,552 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Archie Mayo; original story, W. R. Burnett;
    screenplay, Jo Swerling; music director, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 14May43; LP12147.


  CRASH GOES THE HASH. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1944. 1,601 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Jules White; story and screenplay, Felix Adler.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 5Feb44; LP12480.


  CRASHING THRU. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1949. 58 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: A Western about an undercover insurance agent who traps a
    murderer and recovers stolen gold.

    Credits: Producer, Barney Sarecky; director, Ray Taylor; original
    screenplay, Adele Buffington; music director, Edward Kay; film
    editor, John Fuller.

    Cast: Whip Wilson, Andy Clyde, Christine Larson, Tristram Coffin,
    Steve Darrell.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 7Jan49; LP2170.


  CRASHING THRU. SEE Renfrew of the Royal Mounted in Crashing Thru.


  CRATER CITY. SEE Variety Views, no. 110.


  CRAWL RED CRAWL. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946.
    1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 13May46; MP699.


  THE CRAWL STROKE. Presented by U. S. Coast Guard.

    © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title, descr., & 35 prints,
    26Jul43; MU13775.


  CRAZY CRUISE. The Vitaphone Corp., 1 reel, sd. (Merrie Melodies)

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; story, Michael Maltese;
    animation, Rod Scribner; music director, Carl W. Stalling.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 26Mar42; MP12320.


  CRAZY HOUSE. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1943. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Erle C. Kenton; director, Edward
    Francis Cline; original screenplay, Robert Lees, Frederic I.
    Rinaldo; photography, Charles Van Enger; film editor, Arthur Hilton.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 2Nov43; LP12354.


  CRAZY KNIGHTS. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1944. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producers, Sam Katzman, Jack Dietz; director, William
    Beaudine; original screenplay, Tim Ryan; photography, Marcel
    LePicard; film editor, Dick Durrier.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 11Dec44; LP13249.


  CRAZY LIKE A FOX. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1944. 1,692 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Jules White; story and screenplay, Elwood Ullman.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 17Apr44; LP 12605.


  CRAZY QUIZZ. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 16Feb42; MP12216.


  CRAZY THINGS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 15Jan45; MP15568.


  CRAZY WITH THE HEAT. Walt Disney Productions, c1947, 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm.

    Credits: Director, Bob Carlson; story, Ralph Wright, Bill Berg;
    animation, Ed Aardal, Don Towsley, Fred Kopietz, Fred Jones; music,
    Oliver Wallace.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 8Apr47; LP1121.


  CREATION OF LIFE. Sherwood Picture Corp., c1948. 1 reel, b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: By means of diagrams, conceptions and pregnancy are
    explained. Views of various methods of delivery are shown.

    Appl. author: T. Marc Sherwood.

    © Sherwood Picture Corp.; 1Nov48; MP3592.


  THE CREEPER. Reliance Pictures, Inc. Released through Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp., c1948. 64 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A horror melodrama about a serum developed from cats, which
    turns those who use it into clawing murderers.

    Credits: Producer, Bernard Small; director, Jean Yarbrough; original
    story idea, Don Martin; screenplay, Maurice Tombragel; film editor,
    Saul H. Goodkind.

    Cast: Eduardo Ciannelli, Onslow Stevens, June Vincent, Ralph Morgan,
    Janis Wilson.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 18Aug48; LP2045.


  THE CREST OF QUALITY. Presented by the Manufacturing Division of
    Marshall Field & Company, Inc. 28 min., b&w, with color sequence.

    © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 20Apr46; 14
    prints, 22Apr46; MU480.


  CRÍA DE GALLINAS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in
    collaboration with Arthur I. Gates, Ernest Horn and Celeste C.
    Pearson, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Spanish version of "Poultry
    on the Farm."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 5Feb47; MP1673.


  AS CRIANÇAS DA CHINA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd., 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborator, L. C. Goodrich.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 24Sep46; MP1137.


  AS CRIANÇAS DA HOLANDA; a vida na ilha de Walcheren. Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd., 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborator, Arthur I. Gates.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 20Aug46; MP1035.


  AS CRIANÇAS DA SUIÇA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in
    collaboration with Arthur I. Gates and Celeste C. Pearson, c1947. 1
    reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Portuguese version of "Children of
    Switzerland."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 24Jan47; MP1626.


  AS CRIANÇAS ESQUIMÓS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd., 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborator, Henry B. Collins, Jr.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 14Oct46; MP1277.


  CRIANÇAS MEXICANAS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd., 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborators, Ernest Horn, Arthur I. Gates, Celeste C.
    Pearson.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 24Sep46; MP1140.


  AS CRIANÇAS NAVAJAS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc., in
    collaboration with Arthur I. Gates, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Portuguese version of "Navajo Children."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 7Feb47; MP1693.


  CRICKET ON THE HEARTH. Marshall Grant-Realm Television Productions,
    c1949. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on Charles Dickens' story.

    Summary: The well-known cricket contributes toward bringing
    happiness to a typical assortment of Dickens' characters.

    Credits: Producer, Eugene Lourie; director, Sobey Martin;
    screenplay, Louis Lantz; editor, Jodie Copelan.

    © Realm Television Productions, Inc.; 27Jun49; LP2478.


  CRIME BY NIGHT. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1944. 104 min., sd. A
    Warner Bros.-First National picture. From a novel by Geoffrey Homes.

    Credits: Director, William Clemens; screenplay, Richard Weil, Joel
    Malone; film editor, Doug Gould.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 12Sep44; LP12835.


  CRIME BY NIGHT. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1944. 104 min., sd. A
    Warner Bros.-First National picture.

    Credits: Director, William Clemens; screenplay, Richard Weil, Joel
    Malone; film editor, Doug Gould.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 6Oct44; LP12868.


  CRIME CONTROL. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer and director, Leslie Roush; photographer, William
    Steiner; film editor, Robert Blauvelt.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 11Apr41; LP10392.


  CRIME DOCTOR. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1943. 7 reels, sd. From the
    radio program by Max Marcin.

    Credits: Producer, Ralph Cohn; director, Michael Gordon; screenplay,
    Graham Baker, Louis Lantz; adaptation, Jerome Odlum; music, Lee
    Zahler; film editor, Dwight Caldwell.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 21Jun43; LP12100.


  THE CRIME DOCTOR. SEE

    Just Before Dawn.

    The Millerson Case.

    Shadows in the Night.


  THE CRIME DOCTOR'S COURAGE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1945. 6 reels,
    sd. Based on the radio program "Crime Doctor" by Max Marcin.

    Credits: Producer, Rudolph C. Flothow; director, George Sherman;
    story and screenplay, Eric Taylor; film editor, Dwight Caldwell.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 20Feb45; LP13095.


  THE CRIME DOCTOR'S DIARY. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1949. 60 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the radio program by Max Marcin.

    Summary: A melodrama in which a jealous woman commits arson and
    murder in order to inculpate the man who spurned her love.

    Credits: Producer, Rudolph C. Flothow; director, Seymour Friedman;
    screenplay, Edward Anhalt.

    Cast: Warner Baxter, Stephen Dunne, Lois Maxwell, Adele Jergens,
    Robert Armstrong.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 15Mar49; LP2239.


  THE CRIME DOCTOR'S GAMBLE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1947. 66 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the radio program "Crime Doctor" by Max
    Marcin.

    Credits: Producer, Rudolph C. Flothow; director, William Castle;
    story, Raymond L. Schrock, Jerry Warner; screenplay, Edward Bock;
    music director, Mischa Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Dwight Caldwell.

    Cast: Warner Baxter, Micheline Cheirel.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 19Nov47; LP1302.


  CRIME DOCTOR'S MANHUNT. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1946. 6 reels, sd.
    Based on the radio program "Crime Doctor" by Max Marcin.

    Credits: Producer, Rudolph C. Flothow; director, William Castle;
    story, Eric Taylor; screenplay, Leigh Brackett; music director,
    Mischa Bakaleinikoff.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 24Oct46; LP662.


  THE CRIME DOCTOR'S STRANGEST CASE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1943. 8
    reels, sd. Based on the radio program "Crime Doctor" by Max Marcin.

    Credits: Producer, Rudolph C. Flothow; director, Eugene J. Forde;
    story and screenplay, Eric Taylor; music director, Lee Zahler; film
    editor, Dwight Caldwell.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 9Dec43; LP12634.


  THE CRIME DOCTOR'S WARNING. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1945. 69 min.,
    sd. Based on the CBS radio program "Crime Doctor" by Max Marcin.

    Credits: Producer, Rudolph C. Flothow; director, William Castle;
    story and screenplay, Eric Taylor; music director, Paul Sawtell;
    film editor, Dwight Caldwell.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 27Sep45; LP13545.


  CRIME, INC. P.R.C. Pictures, Inc., c1945. 8 reels, sd. From the book
    by Martin Mooney.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Fromkess; director, Lew Landers; screenplay,
    Ray Schrock; music, Walter Green; film editor, Roy Livingston.

    © P.R.C. Pictures, Inc.; 16Mar45; LP13171.


  CRIME LAB, RKO Pathe, Inc., c1948. 17 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (This Is
    America, no. 8)

    Summary: A documentary picture about modern scientific crime
    detection, in which officers and technicians of the New York Police
    Department analyze slender clues that finally bring a murderer to
    justice.

    Credits: Producer, Jay Bonafield; director, Edward Montagne; script,
    Richard Hanser; narrator, Dwight Weist; editor, David Cooper.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 28May48; MP3188.


  CRIME OF THE CENTURY. c1946. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels,
    sd., 35mm.

    Credits: Associate producer, Walter H. Goetz; director, Philip Fore;
    original story, O'Leta Rhinehart, William Hagens; screenplay, O'Leta
    Rhinehart, William Hagens, Gertrude Walker; music director, Richard
    Cherwin; photographer, Reggie Lanning; film editor, William P.
    Thompson.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 19Feb46; LP344.


  CRIME ON THEIR HANDS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1948. 18 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A Three Stooges comedy.

    Credits: Producer, Hugh McCollum; director, Edward Bernds; story and
    screenplay, Ellwood Ullman.

    Cast: The Three Stooges.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 9Dec48; LP2051.


  CRIMINAL COURT. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1946. 63 min., sd., 35mm.
    Based on a story by Earl Felton.

    Credits: Producer, Martin Mooney; director, Robert Wise; screenplay,
    Lawrence Kimble; music, Paul Sawtell; music director, C.
    Bakaleinikoff; editor, Robert Swink.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 7Aug46; LP708.


  CRIMINAL INVESTIGATOR. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1942. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lindsley Parsons; director, Jean Yarbrough;
    original story, Arthur Hoerl; screenplay, George Jeske; photography,
    Mack Stengler; film editor, Jack Ogilvie.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 18Sep42; LP11591.


  CRIMINALS WITHIN. Producers Releasing Corp., c1941. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, E. B. Derr; director, Joseph Lewis; original
    story, Arthur Hoerl; screenplay, Edward Bennett; photography, Arthur
    Martinelli; film editor, Howard Dillinger.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 13Jun41; LP10533.


  THE CRIMSON CANARY. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1945. 7 reels, sd.
    Based on an original story by Peggy Phillips.

    Credits: Associate producer, Henry Blankfort; director, John
    Hoffman; screenplay, Henry Blankfort, Peggy Phillips; cameraman,
    Jerome Ash; film editor, Paul Landers.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 3Oct45; LP36.


  THE CRIMSON GHOST. c1946. 2 reels each, sd., 35mm. © Republic Pictures
    Corp.; no. 1–6, 2Aug46; LP504; no. 7–12, 2Sep46; LP621.

    Credits: Associate producer, Ronald Davidson; directors, William
    Witney, Fred C. Brannon; original screenplay, Albert DeMond, Basil
    Dickey, Jesse Duffy, Sol Shor; music director, Mort Glickman;
    photographer, Bud Thackery; film editors, Harold R. Minter, Cliff
    Bell.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    1. Atomic Peril.

    2. Thunderbolt.

    3. The Fatal Sacrifice.

    4. The Laughing Skull.

    5. Flaming Death.

    6. Mystery of the Mountain.

    7. Electrocution.

    8. The Slave Collar.

    9. Blazing Fury.

    10. The Trap That Failed.

    11. Double Murder.

    12. The Invisible Trail.


  THE CRIMSON KEY. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1947. Presented by
    Sol M. Wurtzel. 76 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A private detective, hired by a jealous wife to watch her
    husband, tricks a dipsomaniac into confessing three murders.

    Credits: Associate producer, Howard Sheehan; director, Eugene Forde;
    original story and screenplay, Irving Elman; music score, Dale
    Butts; music director, Morton Scott; film editor, Frank Baldridge.

    Cast: Kent Taylor, Doris Dowling, Dennis Hoey.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 3Jul47; LP1391.


  CRISIS IN THE ATLANTIC. SEE The March of Time, v. 7, no. 10.


  CRISIS IN THE PACIFIC. SEE The March of Time, v. 6, no. 5.


  CRISS CROSS. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1948. 87 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the novel by Don Tracy.

    Summary: A gangster melodrama which shows how a man can turn to a
    life of crime because of his love for a worthless woman.

    Credits: Producer, Michel Kraike; director, Robert Siodmak;
    screenplay, Daniel Fuchs; music, Miklos Rozsa; film editor, Ted J.
    Kent.

    Cast: Burt Lancaster, Yvonne de Carlo, Dan Duryea, Stephan McNally,
    Richard Long.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 6Dec48; LP2078.


  THE CROOKED ROAD. c1940. Presented by Republic Pictures. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Robert North; director, Philip Rosen;
    original story and adaptation, E. E. Paramore, Jr., Richard Blake;
    music director, Cy Feuer; photography, Ernest Miller; film editor,
    Ernest Nims.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 10May40; LP9793.


  THE CROOKED WAY. La Brea Productions, Inc. Released through United
    Artists Corp., c1949. 89 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the radio
    play "No Blade Too Sharp" by Robert Monroe.

    Summary: A revenge melodrama. A war hero, a victim of amnesia,
    discovers that he was once a gangster who had double-crossed his
    pal.

    Credits: Producer, Benedict Bogeaus; director, Robert Florey;
    screenplay, Richard H. Landau; music, Louis Forbes; film editor,
    Frank Sullivan.

    Cast: John Payne, Sonny Tufts, Ellen Drew, Rhys William, John
    Doucette.

    © La Brea Productions, Inc.; 22Apr49; LP2289.


  CROSS COUNTRY. Jam Handy Organization, Inc. Presented by Chevrolet
    Motor Division, General Motors Corp. 1 min., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A family of four on a trip across the country locate
    Chevrolet Service Stations.

    © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title, descr., & 9 prints,
    25Mar48; MU2907.


  CROSS COUNTRY DETOURS. The Vitaphone Corp., c1940. 1 reel, sd. (Merrie
    Melodies)

    Credits: Story, Rich Hogan; animation, Paul Smith.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 16Mar40; MP10047.


  CROSS COUNTRY ROMANCE. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1940. 68 min., sd.
    From the novel "Highway to Romance" by Eleanor Browne.

    Credits: Producer, Cliff Reid; director, Frank Woodruff; screenplay,
    Jerry Cady, Bert Granet; music director, Roy Webb; editor, Harry
    Marker.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc,; 12Jul40; LP9776.


  CROSS MY HEART. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1947. 83 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on a play by Louis Verneuil and Georges Berr.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Tugend; director, John Berry; screenplay,
    Harry Tugend, Claude Binyon; music score, Robert Emmett Dolan.

    Cast: Betty Hutton, Sonny Tufts, Michael Chekhov.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 10Jan47; LP774.


  THE CROSS OF LORRAINE. Loew's Inc., c1943. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 9 reels, sd., b&w. Based upon a story by Lilo
    Damert and Robert Aisner and "A Thousand Shall Fall" by Hans Habe.

    Credits: Producer, Edwin Knopf; director, Tay Garnett; screenplay,
    Michael Kanin, Ring Lardner, Jr., Alexander Esway, Robert D.
    Andrews; music score, Bronislau Kaper; film editor, Dan Milner.

    © Loew's Inc.; 3Nov43; LP12407.


  CROSSED TRAILS. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1948. 57 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: Johnny Mack Brown foils the efforts of outlaws to seize a
    ranch and valuable water rights from a girl and her guardian.

    Credits: Producer, Louis Gray; director, Lambert Hillyer;
    screenplay, Colt Remington; music director, Eddie Kay; film editor,
    Fred Maguire.

    Cast: Johnny Mack Brown, Raymond Hatton, Lynne Carver, Kathy Frye,
    Douglas Evans.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 11Apr48; LP1611.


  THE CROSSEYED BULL. Morey & Sutherland. Released through United
    Artists. c1944. 8 min., sd., color.

    Credits: Producer, Miles Pike; director, Robert Newman; animation,
    Bill Nolan; photographer, Paul Spunck. Technicolor.

    © Plastic Cartoons, Inc.; 4Oct44; MP15501.


  CROSSFIRE. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1947. 86 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Dore Schary production. Adapted from a novel by Richard Brooks.

    Credits: Producer, Adrian Scott; director, Edward Dmytryk;
    screenplay, John Paxton; music, Roy Webb; music director, C.
    Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Harry Gerstad.

    Cast: Robert Young, Robert Mitchum, Robert Ryan, Gloria Grahame,
    Paul Kelly.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 22Jul47; LP1194.


  CROSSROADS. Loew's Inc., c1942. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 8
    reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, Edwin Knopf; director, Jack Conway; original
    story, John Kafka, Howard Emmett Rogers; screenplay, Guy Trosper;
    music score, Bronislau Kaper; film editor, George Boemler.

    © Loew's Inc.; 23Jun42; LP11436.


  CROWING PAINS. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1947. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Looney Tunes)

    Credits: Director, Robert McKimson; story, Warren Foster.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 17Jul47; MP2263.


  THE CRUISE OF THE PRAIRIE QUEEN. SEE Leave It to Henry.


  CRY HAVOC. Loew's Inc., c1944. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 10
    reels, sd., b&w. Based on the play by Allan R. Kenward.

    Credits: Producer, Edwin Knopf; director, Richard Thorpe;
    screenplay, Paul Osborn; music score, Daniele Amfitheatrof; film
    editor, Ralph E. Winters.

    © Loew's Inc.; 4Jan44; LP12519.


  THE CRY OF THE CITY. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1948. 95 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Originally entitled "The Law and Martin Rome." Based
    on the novel "The Chair for Martin Rome" by Henry Edward Helseth.

    Summary: A suspense melodrama about a police detective's relentless
    pursuit of a murderer. Filmed in New York.

    Credits: Producer, Sol C. Siegel; director, Robert Siodmak;
    screenplay, Richard Murphy; music, Alfred Newman; film editor,
    Harmon Jones.

    Cast: Victor Mature, Richard Conte, Fred Clark, Shelley Winters,
    Betty Garde.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 29Sep48; LP2075.


  CRY OF THE WAREWOLF. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1944. 65 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Wallace MacDonald; director, Henry Levin; story,
    Griffin Jay; screenplay, Griffin Jay, Charles O'Neal; music
    director, Mischa Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Reg Browne.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 11Aug44; LP12815.


  CRY WOLF. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1947. 83 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    A First National Picture. From the novel by Marjorie Carleton.

    Credits: Producer, Henry Blanke; director, Peter Godfrey;
    screenplay, Catherine Turney; music, Franz Waxman; music director,
    Leo F. Forbstein; film editor, Folmar Blangsted.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., 16Aug47; LP1161.


  CRYING' AND SINGIN' THE BLUES. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    Inc., c1945. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 8Oct45; MP16428.


  THE CRYSTAL BALL. Released thru United Artists, c1942. Presented by
    Cinema Guild Productions. 8 reels, sd. From a story by Steven Vas.

    Credits: Associate producer, Richard Blumenthal; director, Elliott
    Nugent; screenplay, Virginia Van Upp; music score, Victor Young;
    cameraman, Leo Tover; editor, Doane Harrison.

    © United Artists Productions, Inc.; 6Dec42; LP11875.


  THE CRYSTAL GAZER. Distributed by Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 595
    ft., sd. (Phantasy, no. 14)

    Credits: Director, Sid Marcus; music, Ed Kilfeather.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 10Oct41; LP10831.


  CUANDO BOBBY VA A LA ESCUELA. Wilding Picture Productions, Inc., for
    Mead Johnson & Co., c1947. 23 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Spanish version
    of "When Bobby Goes to School."

    © Mead, Johnson & Co.; 10Jun47; LP1141.


  CUBA. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1940. 848 ft., color.

    Credits: Producers and photographers, Palmer Miller, Curtis F.
    Nagel; narrator, Gene Hamilton. Cinecolor.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 5Jan40; MP9931.


  CUBA CALLING. The Vitaphone Corp., c1944. 10 min., sd., color. (Sports
    Parade)

    Credits: Producers, A. Pam Blumenthal, Andre de La Varre; director,
    Van Campen Heilner; narrator, Sam Balter. Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 23Dec44; MP16291.


  CUBAN CABBY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 23Mar41; MP10964.


  CUBAN EPISODE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 20Jul42; MP12799.


  CUBAN MADNESS. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1945. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Will Cowan; director, Lewis D. Collins;
    music director, Milton Rosen; orchestrations, Loyd Akridge; film
    editor, Paul Landres.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 26Oct45; LP50.


  CUBAN PETE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 9Feb42; MP12175.


  CUBAN PETE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 12Jul43; MP13731.


  CUBAN PETE. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1946. 6 reels, sd., 35mm.

    Credits: Associate producer, Will Cowan; director, Jean Yarbrough;
    original story, Bernard Feins; screenplay, Robert Presnell, Sr., M.
    Coates Webster; cinematographer, Maury Gertsman; film editor, Otto
    Ludwig.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 18Jul46; LP446.


  CUBAN RHYTHM. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    825 ft., sd., sepia. (A Pete Smith Specialty) Based on the book "How
    To Become a Good Dancer" by Arthur Murray.

    Credits: Director, Will Jason; screenplay, E. Maurice Adler; film
    editor, Philip Anderson.

    © Loew's Inc.; 12Jun41; LP10609.


  LA CUCARACHA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 26Oct42; MP13147.


  THE CUCKOO I.Q. Released by Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 688 ft.,
    sd., color. (Color Rhapsody, no. 77)

    Credits: Director, Sid Marcus; animation, Art Davis; music, Paul
    Worth. Technicolor.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 21Nov41; LP10990.


  CUE TRICKS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1947. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (The World of Sports, no. 126)

    Credits: Director, Harry Foster; commentator, Bill Stern.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 20Feb47; MP1981.


  CUE WIZARDS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1943. 899 ft., sd. (The World
    of Sports)

    Credits: Director, Harry Foster; commentator, Bill Stern;
    photography, Don Malkames.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 30Sep43; MP14038.


  O CULTIVADOR DE LARANJAS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in
    collaboration with Edwin R. Parker, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Portuguese version of "Orange Grower."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 10Feb47; MP1721.


  O CULTIVADOR DE MILHO. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in
    collaboration with William M. Gregory, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    16mm. Portuguese version of "Corn Farmer."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 10Feb47; MP1722.


  LES CULTIVATEURS DE BLÉ. Encyclopaedia Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel,
    sd., 16mm.

    © Encyclopaedia Films, Inc.; 29Jun46; MP837.


  EL CULTIVO DEL NARANJO. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in
    collaboration with Edwin R. Parker, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Spanish version of "The Orange Grower."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 3Feb47; MP1688.


  CUPID GOES NUTS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1947. 16 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Credits: Director, Jules White; story and screenplay, Zion Myers.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 14Apr47; LP978.


  CUPID TAKES A HOLIDAY. SEE The Birth of a Star.


  CURED DUCK. Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1945. 1 reel,
    sd., color. (A Walt Disney Donald Duck)

    Credits: Director, Jack King; story, Roy Williams; animation, Don
    Towsley, Fred Kopietz, Bill Justice, Sandy Strother; music, Oliver
    Wallace. Technicolor.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 13Apr45; LP13605.


  THE CURIOUS PUPPY. The Vitaphone Corp., c1939. 1 reel, sd. (Merrie
    Melodies)

    Credits: Story, Robert Givens; animation, Phillip Monroe.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 30Dec39; MP9841.


  CURLEY. Hal Roach Studios, Inc., c1947. 112 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Comedy Carnival, pt. 1)

    Credits: Producer, Robert F. McGowan; director, Bernard Carr;
    original story, Robert F. McGowan; screenplay, Dorothy Reid; music
    director, Heinz Roemheld; film editor, Bert Jordon.

    Cast: Larry Olsen, Frances Rafferty, Eileen Janssen.

    © Hal Roach Studios, Inc.; 29Aug47; LP1237.


  THE CURSE OF CAPISTRANO. SEE The Mark of Zorro.


  THE CURSE OF THE CAT PEOPLE. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1944. 70 min.,
    sd.

    Credits: Producer, Val Lewton; directors, Gunther V. Fritsch, Robert
    Wise; screenplay, DeWitt Bodeen; music, Roy Webb; music director, C.
    Bakaleinikoff; editor, J. R. Whittredge.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 17Feb44; LP12595.


  CURTAIN CALL. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1940, 63 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Howard Benedict; director, Frank Woodruff; story,
    Howard J. Green; screenplay, Dalton Trumbo; music score, Roy Webb;
    editor, Harry Marker.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 26Apr40; LP9609.


  CURTAIN RAZOR. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1949. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm, (Merrie Melodies)

    Credits: Director, I. Freleng; story, Ted Pierce; animation, Manuel
    Perez, Ken Champion, Virgil Burness.

    © The Vitaphone Corp,; 15May49 (in notice: 1948); MP4103.


  THE CUTE RECRUIT. Distributed by Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 576
    ft., sd. (Phantasy, no. 12)

    Credits: Story, Art Davis; animation, Sid Marcus; music, Eddie
    Kilfeather.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 15Mar41; LP11254.


  CUTIE ON DUTY. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1943. 18 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director, Ben Holmes; story, Stanley
    Rauh, Lou Brock; film editor, Robert Swink.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 21Oct43; LP12319.


  CUTTING A TAPER WITH THE COMPOUND REST AND WITH A TAPER ATTACHMENT.
    Presented by the United States Office of Education. 1 reel, sd.

    © Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.; title & descr., 18Aug41; 88
    prints, 24Jul41; MU11464.


  CUTTING AN EXTERNAL NATIONAL FINE THREAD. Presented by the United
    States Office of Education. 1 reel, sd., b&w.

    © Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.; title & descr., 18Aug41; 154
    prints, 24Jul41; MU11465.


  LE CYCLE DE L'EAU. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1948. 1
    reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. French version of "Water Cycle."

    Summary: Traces the cycle of water from ocean, to sky, to clouds, to
    rain, to river, and back to ocean again.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 16Sep48; MP3383.


  CYCLONE COMBUSTION. 2–1/2 reels, sd.

    Credit: Narrator, Mark Hawley.

    Appl. author: Audio Productions, Inc.

    © Wright Aeronautical Corp.; title, descr., & 4 prints, 6Feb42;
    MU12155.


  THE CYCLONE KID. c1942. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer and director, George Sherman; original
    screenplay, Richard Murphy; music director, Cy Feuer; photographer,
    Bud Thackery; film editor, Edward Schroeder.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 31May42; LP11514.


  CYCLONE ON HORSEBACK. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1941. 60 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director, Edward Killy; story, Tom
    Gibson; screenplay, Norton S. Parker; music director, Paul Sawtell;
    editor, Frederic Knudtson.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 13Jun41; LP10606.


  CYCLONE PRAIRIE RANGERS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1944. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Fier; director, Benjamin Kline; story and
    screenplay, Elizabeth Beecher; film editor, Aaron Stell.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Dec44; LP12991.


  CYNTHIA. Loew's Inc., c1947. 98 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. An MGM picture.
    Based on Viña Delmar's play "The Rich Full Life."

    © Loew's Inc.; 14May47; LP1011.


  CZECHOSLOVAKIA. SEE The March of Time, 1948.



                                   D


  DAD ALWAYS PAYS. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1949. 18 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Credits: Producer, George Bilson; director, Hal Yates; screenplay,
    Julian Woodward; film editor, Edward W. Williams.

    Cast: Leon Errol, Dorothy Granger, Suzi Crandall, Scott Elliott,
    Judy Clark.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 18Feb49; LP2166.


  DAD MINDS THE BABY. Vitaphone Corp., c1947. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Warner Bros.

    Summary: Baby's wails baffle Father on Mother's night out.

    Credits: Director, Robert B. Churchill; script, Richard L. Bare;
    narrator, Art Gilmore.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 29Dec47; MP2625.


  DADDY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 13Oct41; MP11656.


  DADDY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 3May43; MP13533.


  DADDY DUCK. Walt Disney Productions, c1947. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (A Donald Duck Cartoon)

    Credits: Director, Jack Hannah; story, Jack Cosgriff, Bob McCormick;
    animation, Phil Duncan, Tom Massey, Bob Carlson, Jack Boyd; music,
    Oliver Wallace.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 1Jul47; LP1544.


  DADDY LONGBILL. SEE The Long-Billed Curlew.


  DADDY'S COLLEGE BOY. Featurettes, Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Words and music, Roy Newell, Louis Herscher.

    © Featurettes, Inc.; 20Oct41; MP11724.


  DAFFY DILLY. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1948. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Merrie Melodies)

    Credits: Director, Charles M. Jones; story, Michael Maltese;
    animation, Ben Washam, Lloyd Vaughn, Ken Harris, Phil Monroe.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 21Oct48; MP3448.


  DAFFYDILLY DADDY. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1945. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Seymour Kneitel; story, Joe Stultz, Carl Meyer.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 25May45; LP13481.


  DAFFY DOODLES. Vitaphone Corp.; Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1945. 7
    min., sd., color, 35mm. (Looney Tunes)

    Credits: Director, Robert McKimson; story, Warren Foster; music
    director, Carl W. Stalling.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 29Dec45; MP1439.


  DAFFY DRILL. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 22Jan45; MP15590.


  DAFFY DUCK HUNT. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1949. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Merrie Melodies)

    Credits: Director, Robert McKimson; story, Warren Foster; animation,
    John Carey, Charles McKimson, Phil DeLara, Manny Gould.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 20Mar49; MP3969.


  DAFFY DUCK SLEPT HERE. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1947. 7 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 27Dec47; MP2818.


  DAFFY'S SOUTHERN EXPOSURE. Vitaphone Corp., c1942. 7 min., sd. (Looney
    Tunes)

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; story, Don Christensen;
    animation, Vive Risto; music director, Carl W. Stalling.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 9May42; MP12450.


  THE DAGGER DANCE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943,
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 26Mar43; MP13417.


  DAISY KENYON. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1947. 99 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel by Elizabeth Janeway.

    Summary: Career woman Daisy Kenyon terminates a clandestine romance
    with a successful business man in order to marry a soldier. When her
    former sweetheart decides to divorce his wife, emotional
    complications follow. Settings, the Stork Club, Cape Cod, Greenwich
    Village, and Park Avenue.

    Credits: Producer and director, Otto Preminger; screenplay, David
    Hertz; music director, Alfred Newman; music, David Raksin;
    orchestral arrangements, Edward Powell; film editor, Louis Loeffler.

    Cast: Joan Crawford, Dana Andrews, Henry Fonda, Ruth Warrick, Martha
    Stewart.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 27Nov47; LP1775.


  DAKOTA. c1945. Presented by Republic Pictures. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Kane; original story, Carl Foreman;
    screenplay, Lawrence Hazard; adaptation, Howard Estabrook; music
    score, Walter Scharf; photographer, Jack Marta; film editor, Fred
    Allen.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 6Nov45; LP13625.


  THE DALTON GANG. Lippert Productions, Inc. Released through Screen
    Guild Productions, Inc. c1949. 59 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A Western about the apprehension of the vicious Dalton gang
    which is terrorizing the countryside.

    Credits: Producer, Ron Ormond; written and directed by Ford Beebe;
    music director, Walter Greene; film editor, Hugh Winn.

    Cast: Don Barry, Robert Lowery, James Millican, Greg McClure, Betty
    Adams.

    © Lippert Productions, Inc.; 22Oct49; LP2590.


  THE DALTONS RIDE AGAIN. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1945. 8 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Producer, Howard Welsch; director, Ray Taylor; original
    screenplay, Roy Chanslor, Paul Gangelin; cinematography, Charles Van
    Enger; film editor, Paul Landres.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 8Nov45; LP13643.


  DAMAGE CONTROL; United States Navy. © Caravel Films, Inc.

    Appl. author: Joseph Rothman.

    1. The Chemistry of Fire. © title, descr., & 199 prints, 4Mar43;
    MU13318.

    2. School of the Fire Fighter. © title, descr., & 24 prints,
    20Jul43; MU13748.

    4. Rescue Breathing Apparatus. © title, descr., & 83 prints, 7Jan44;
    MU14375.

    4A. Rescue Breathing Apparatus (Oxygen Cylinder Type). © title,
    descr., & 54 prints, 7Jan44; MU14376.

    5. Elements of Stability of Ships. © title, descr., & 112 prints,
    6Sep43; MU13904.


  DANCE, BABY, DANCE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1945. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 15Oct45; MP16399.


  DANCE BREVITIES. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 29May44; MP14880.


  DANCE COMIQUE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 5Jul43; MP13713.


  DANCE COMIQUE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 1Oct45; MP16367.


  DANCE CONTINENTALE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1946. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 17Jun46; MP705.


  DANCE, DUNCE, DANCE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1945. 1,710 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Jules White; story and screenplay, Zion Myers.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 18Oct45; LP13544.


  DANCE, GIRL, DANCE. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1940. 89 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Erich Pommer; director, Dorothy Arzner; story,
    Vicki Baum; screenplay, Tess Slesinger, Frank Davis; music director,
    Edward Ward; editor, Robert Wise.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 23Aug40; LP9921.


  DANCE HALL. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1941. 6,627 ft., sd.
    Based on a novel by W. R. Burnett.

    Credits: Director, Irving Pichel; screenplay, Stanley Rauh, Ethel
    Hill; music director, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 18Jul41; LP10659.


  DANCE IMPRESSIONS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 20Nov44; MP15398.


  DANCE MODERNE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 11Feb46; MP186.


  THE DANCE OF SHAME. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 20Dec42; MP14172.


  DANCE OF THE SPANISH ONION. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. A Filmcraft production.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Films, Inc. (in notice: Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc.); 30Dec46; MP1572.


  DANCE OF THE WEED. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 787 ft., sd., color. (An MGM Cartoon) A Rudolph
    Ising production.

    Credits: Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 11Jun41; LP10544.


  DANCE REVELS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Dec44; MP816.


  DANCE REVUE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 1Mar43; MP13315.


  DANCE WITH A DOLLY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 13Nov44; MP15389.


  DANCE YOUR OLD AGE AWAY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 31Dec44; MP15606.


  DANCEMANIA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 21Sep43; MP13992.


  DANCES THAT THRILL. Quality Pictures Co., c1946. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    16mm. (Series 21)

    Summary: Six burlesque dances.

    Cast: Merlena Joy, Pege Gari, the Harem Girls, Rita Zane, Almita.

    © W. Merle Connell, Nathan Robin, d.b.a. Quality Pictures Co.;
    3Sep46; MP2815.


  DANCING DOLLS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 21Dec42; MP13159.


  DANCING DOLLS OF BURLESQUE. Quality Pictures Co., c1946. 1 reel, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. (Series 20)

    Summary: Six burlesque dances.

    Cast: Sunny Ray, Terry King, Jill La Rae, Patty Long, Jean King.

    © W. Merle Connell, Nathan Robin, d.b.a. Quality Pictures Co.;
    24Jun46; MP2816.


  DANCING DREAMS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 2Apr43; MP13432.


  DANCING IN A HAREM. Featurettes, Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Featurettes, Inc.; 1Dec41; MP12004.


  DANCING IN MANHATTAN. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1944. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Wallace MacDonald; director, Henry Levin;
    original screenplay, Erna Lazarus; film editor, Richard Fantl.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 14Dec44; LP13154.


  DANCING IN THE DARK. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1949. 92 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. Based on the play, "The Bandwagon," by George
    Simon Kaufman, Howard Dietz, and Arthur Schwartz.

    Summary: A musical comedy-drama about a once-famous middle-aged film
    star who unknowingly becomes interested in the career of his
    estranged daughter.

    Credits: Producer, George Jessel; director, Irving Reis; screenplay,
    Mary C. McCall; adaptation, Marion Turk; music director, Alfred
    Newman; film editor, Louis Loeffler.

    Cast: William Powell, Mark Stevens, Betsy Drake, Adolphe Menjou,
    Randy Stuart.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 2Dec49; LP2693.


  THE DANCING MASTERS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1943. 5,611
    ft., sd. Suggested by a story by George Bricker.

    Credits: Director, Mal St. Clair; screenplay, Scott Darling; music
    director, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 19Nov43; LP12453.


  THE DANCING MEN. SEE Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon.


  DANCING ON A DIME. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1940. 8 reels, sd. Based
    on story by Jean Lustig and Max Kolpe.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Santley; screenplay, Maurice Rapf, Anne
    Morrison Chapin, Allen Rivkin; photography, Charles Lang; film
    editor, Doane Harrison.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 1Nov40; LP10022.


  DANCING ON THE STARS. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1943. 2 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Will Cowan; director, Arthur Dreifuss;
    music director, Charles Previn; orchestrations, Milton Rosen; film
    editor, Fred R. Feitshans, Jr.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 30Apr43; MP13531.


  DANCING ROMEO. Loew's Inc., c1944. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    993 ft., sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Cyril Endfield; screenplay, Hal Law, Robert
    McGowan; music score, Max Terr; film editor, Leon Bourgeau.

    © Loew's Inc.; 3May44; LP178.


  DANCING STRINGS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 18Oct43; MP14042.


  DANCING WITH CRIME. Coronet Films, Ltd., c1947. Presented by Paramount
    British Productions, Ltd. 9 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A London taxi driver solves a murder mystery.

    Credits: Producer, James A. Carter; director, John Paddy Carstairs;
    original story, Peter Fraser; screenplay, Brock Williams; music
    score and direction, Ben Frankel; editor, Eily Boland.

    Cast: Richard Attenborough, Barry K. Barnes, Sheila Sim, Barry
    Marsh, John Warwick.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 8Aug47; LP1694.


  THE DANDY LION. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1940. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; story, Dan Gordon; animation,
    James Culhane, Alfred Eugster.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 20Sep40; LP9930.


  DANGER IN THE PACIFIC. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1942. 6 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Director, Lewis D. Collins; original story, Neil P.
    Varnick, Walter Doniger; screenplay, Walter Doniger, Maurice
    Tombragel.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 7Jul42; LP11443.


  DANGER, MEN WORKING. Safety Education Dept., The Aetna Casualty &
    Surety Company, c1943. Presented by Aetna Life Affiliated Companies.
    2 reels, sd.

    Appl. author: Frederick W. Bright.

    © Aetna Casualty & Surety Company; 1Mar43; MP13445.


  DANGER ON WHEELS. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1939. 6 reels.

    Credits: Director, Christy Cabanne; Original story, Ben Pivar;
    screenplay, Maurice Tombragel.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 31Dec39; LP9335.


  DANGER SIGNAL. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1945. 78 min., sd. A
    Warner Bros.-First National picture. From a novel by Phyllis
    Bottome.

    Credits: Producer, William Jacobs; director, Robert Florey;
    screenplay, Adele Commandini, Graham Baker; music, Adolph Deutsch;
    music director, Leo F. Forbstein; orchestral arrangements, Murray
    Cutter; photographer, James Wong Howe; film editor, Frank Magee.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 15Dec45; LP13710.


  DANGER STREET. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1947. 66 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on an original story by Winston Miller and Kae Salkow.

    Credits: Producers, William H. Pine, William C. Thomas; director,
    Lew Landers; screenplay, Maxwell Shane, Winston Miller, Kae Salkow;
    editor, Howard Smith.

    Cast: Jane Withers, Robert Lowery, Bill Edwards.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 20Jun47; LP1066.


  DANGER WOMAN. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1946, 60 min., sd., 35mm.

    Credits: Producer, Morgan B. Cox; director, Lewis D. Collins;
    original screenplay, Joseph Mischel; music director, Paul Sawtell;
    film editor, Russel Schoengarth.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 8Jul46; LP432.


  DANGER! WOMEN AT WORK. P.R.C. Pictures, Inc., c1943. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Schwarz; director, Sam Newfield; story,
    Gertrude Walker, Edgar G. Ulmer; screenplay, Martin Mooney; film
    editor, Robert O. Crandall.

    © P.R.C. Pictures, Inc.; 23Aug43; LP13571.


  DANGEROUS BLONDES. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1943. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Samuel Bischoff; director, Leigh Jason; story,
    Kelley Roos; screenplay, Richard Flournoy, Jack Henley; music
    director, M. W. Stoloff; film editor, Jerome Thoms.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 18Sep43; LP12262.


  DANGEROUS BUSINESS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1946. 6 reels, sd. Based
    on a play by Harry J. Essex.

    Credits: Producer, Ted Richmond; director, D. Ross Lederman; music
    director, Mischa Bakaleinikoff.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 20Jun46; LP390.


  DANGEROUS DOLLARS. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1940. 984 ft., sd.
    (Paramount Paragraphics)

    Credits: Directed and written by A. Hazelton Rice; narrator, Frank
    Gallup; photographer, George H. Ortlieb.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 28Jun40; MP10315.


  A DANGEROUS GAME. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1940. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Ben Pivar; director, John Rawlins;
    original story, Larry Rhine, Ben Chapman; screenplay, Larry Rhine,
    Ben Chapman, Maxwell Shane; music director, Charles Previn;
    cameraman, Stanley Cortez.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 19Dec40; LP10137.


  DANGEROUS INTRUDER. P.R.C. Pictures, Inc., c1945. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Vernon Keays; original story, Philip MacDonald,
    F. Ruth Howard; music, Karl Hajos.

    © P.R.C. Pictures, Inc.; 21Nov45; LP416.


  DANGEROUS JOURNEY. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1944. 8 reels.

    Credits: Directors, Armand Denis, Leila Roosevelt.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 21Aug44; MP15898.


  DANGEROUS LADY. Producers Releasing Corp., c1941. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer and director, Bernard B. Ray; original story,
    Leslie T. White; screenplay, Jack Natteford; music director,
    Clarence Wheeler; film editor, Carl Himm.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 18Sep41; LP10764.


  DANGEROUS MILLIONS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1946. 69 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35 mm.

    Credits: Director, James Tinling; original story and screenplay,
    Irving Cummings, Jr., Robert G. North.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 2Dec46; LP790.


  DANGEROUS MONEY. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1946. 7 reels, sd., 35mm.
    Based on the character "Charlie Chan" created by Earl Derr Biggers.

    Credits: Producer, James S. Burkett; director, Terry Morse;
    screenplay, Miriam Kissinger; music director, Edward J. Kay;
    photographer, William Sickner; editor, William Austin.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 29Sep46; LP656.


  DANGEROUS NAN MCGREW. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 2Nov42; MP13093.


  DANGEROUS PARTNERS. Loew's Inc., c1945. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 8 reels, sd., b&w. Based on a story by Oliver
    Weld Bayer.

    Credits: Producer, Arthur L. Field; director, Edward L. Cahn;
    screenplay, Marion Parsonnet; adaptation, Edmund L. Hartmann; music
    score, David Snell; film editor, Ferris Webster.

    © Loew's Inc.; 3Aug45; LP13469.


  DANGEROUS PASSAGE. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1944. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producers, William H. Pine, William C. Thomas; director,
    William Berke; original screenplay, Geoffrey Homes; music score,
    Alexander Laszlo; editor, Henry Adams.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 22Dec44; LP13101.


  A DANGEROUS PROFESSION. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1949. 79 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A mystery melodrama in which a bail-bondsman investigates a
    murder. Setting, Los Angeles.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Sparks; director, Ted Tetzlaff;
    screenplay, Martin Rackin, Warren Duff; music director, C.
    Bakaleinikoff; music, Frederick Hollander; film editor, Frederic
    Knudtson.

    Cast: George Raft, Ella Raines, Pat O'Brien, Bill Williams, Jim
    Backus.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 30Nov49; LP2686.


  DANGEROUS VENTURE. Hopalong Cassidy Productions, Inc., c1947. 59 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on characters created by Clarence E. Mulford.

    Credits: Producer, Lewis J. Rachmil; director, George Archainbaud;
    screenplay, Doris Schroder; music, David Chudnow; film editor, Fred
    W. Berger.

    Cast: William Boyd, Andy Clyde, Rand Brooks.

    © Hopalong Cassidy Productions, Inc.; 23May47; LP1013.


  DANGEROUS YEARS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1947. 62 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A courtroom melodrama about juvenile delinquency in a small
    American town.

    Credits: Producer, Sol M. Wurtzel; director, Arthur Pierson; story
    and screenplay, Arnold Belgard; music score, Ralph Stanley; film
    editor, Frank Baldridge.

    Cast: William Halop, Scotty Beckett, Richard Gaines, Ann E. Todd,
    Jerome Cowan.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 23Dec47; LP1890.


  DANGEROUSLY THEY LIVE. Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc., c1942. 77 min.,
    sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Ben Stoloff; director, Robert Florey;
    original screenplay, Marion Parsonnet; film editor, Harold McLernon.

    © Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc.; 21Feb42; LP11080.


  DANGERS OF THE CANADIAN MOUNTED. Republic Productions, Inc., c1948. 2
    reels each, sd., b&w, 35mm. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 17Feb48;
    LP1499.

    Credits: Associate producer, Mike Frankovich; directors, Fred
    Brannon, Yakima Canutt; screenplay, Franklin Adreon, Basil Dickey,
    Sol Shor, Robert G. Walker; music director, Mort Glickman; film
    editors. Cliff Bell, Sam Starr.

    Cast: Jim Bannon, Virginia Belmont, Anthony Warde, Dorothy Granger.

    1. Legend of Genghis Khan.

    2. Key to the Legend.

    3. Ghost Town.

    4. Terror in the Sky.

    5. Pursuit.

    6. Stolen Cargo.

    7. The Fatal Shot.

    8. Fatal Testimony.

    9. The Prisoner Spy.

    10. The Secret Meeting.

    11. Secret of the Altar.

    12. Liquid Jewels.


  DANIEL IN THE LIONS' DEN. Church-Craft Pictures, Inc., c1948. 17 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on the 6th chapter of Daniel.

    Summary: The story of Daniel, which teaches obedience to the Word of
    God.

    © Church-Craft Pictures, Inc.; 20Oct48; MP3621.


  DANNY BOY. P.R.C. Pictures. Inc., c1945. 7 reels, sd. Based on an
    original story by Taylor Caven.

    Credits: Director, Terry Morse; screenplay, Raymond L. Schrock.

    © P.R.C. Pictures, Inc.; 3Dec45; LP13690.


  DANNY BOY. P.R.C. Pictures, Inc., c1946. 7 reels, sd. Based on an
    original story by Taylor Caven.

    Credits: Associate producer, Martin Mooney; director, Terry Morse;
    screenplay, Raymond L. Schrock; music director, Walter Greene; film
    editor, George McGuire.

    © P.R.C. Pictures, Inc.; 8Jan46; LP14.


  DANNY BOY. c1946. Presented by PRC Pictures, Inc. 7 reels, sd., 35mm.
    Based on an original story by Taylor Caven.

    Credits: Associate producer, Martin Mooney; director, Terry Morse;
    screenplay, Raymond L. Schrock; music director, Walter Greene; film
    editor, George McGuire.

    © Pathe Industries, Inc.; 19Jun46; LP395.


  DAREDEVILS OF THE CLOUDS. Republic Productions, Inc., c1948. 60 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: Terry O'Rourke, owner of an Arctic Circle airline,
    successfully copes with the aggressive and unscrupulous tactics of
    the president of a rival airline.

    Credits: Associate producer, Stephen Auer; director, George Blair;
    original story, Ronald Davidson; screenplay, Norman S. Hall; music
    director, Morton Scott; film editor, Richard L. Van Enger.

    Cast: Robert Livingston, Mae Clarke, James Cardwell, Grant Withers,
    Edward Gargan.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 26Jul48; LP1813.


  DAREDEVILS OF THE WEST. c1943. Presented by Republic Pictures. 2 reels
    each (no. 1, 3 reels), sd. © Republic Pictures Corp.; no. 1–6,
    1May43; LP12165.

    Credits: Associate producer, W. J. O'Sullivan; director, John
    English; original screenplay, Ronald Davidson, Basil Dickey, William
    Lively, Joseph O'Donnell, Joseph Poland; music score, Mort Glickman;
    photographer, Bud Thackery; film editors, Wallace Grissell, Tony
    Martinelli.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    1. Valley of Death.

    2. Flaming Prison.

    3. The Killer Strikes.

    4. Tunnel of Terror.

    5. Fiery Tomb.

    6. Redskin Raiders.


  DAREDEVILS ON WHEELS. Vitaphone Corp., c1949. 10 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (The Sports Parade) Warner Bros.

    Summary: Scenes of motorcycle racing in England, including the
    international tourist trophy road-race.

    Credits: Written by Charles L. Tedford; narrator, Art Gilmore;
    editor, Rex Steele.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 11Aug49; MP4690.


  THE DARING CABALLERO. Inter-American Productions, Inc. Released by
    United Artists Corp., c1949. 60 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the
    Cisco Kid character created by O. Henry [pseud. of William Sydney
    Porter].

    Summary: A Western in which the Cisco Kid and his faithful Pancho
    save an innocent bank president from hanging.

    Credits: Producer, Philip N. Krasne; director, Wallace Fox; original
    story, Frances Kavanaugh; screenplay, Betty Burbridge; music
    composer and director, Albert Glasser; film editor, Marty Cohn.

    Cast: Duncan Renaldo, Leo Carrillo, Kippee Valez, Charles Halton,
    Pedro de Cordoba.

    © Inter-American Productions, Inc.; 24Jun49; LP2480.


  THE DARING YOUNG MAN. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Sparks; director, Frank R. Strayer;
    original screenplay, Karen DeWolf, Connie Lee; music, John Leipold;
    music director, M. W. Stoloff; film editor, Al Clark.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 8Oct42; LP11646.


  DARK ALIBI. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1946. 6 reels, sd. Based on the
    character "Charlie Chan" created by Earl Derr Biggers.

    Credits: Producer, James S. Burkett; director, Phil Karlson;
    original screenplay, George Callahan; photographer, William A.
    Sickner.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 26Mar46; LP184.


  DARK ANGEL. SEE Her Sister's Secret.


  DARK COMMAND. c1940. 10 reels, sd. Based on the novel by W. R.
    Burnett.

    Credits: Associate producer, Sol C. Siegel; director, Raoul Walsh;
    screenplay, Grover Jones, Lionel Houser, F. Hugh Herbert;
    adaptation, Jan Fortune; music director, Victor Young; photography,
    Jack Marta; film editor, William Morgan.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 15Apr40; LP9580.


  THE DARK CORNER. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1946. 8,922 ft.,
    sd., 35mm. Based on a story by Leo Rosten.

    Credits: Director, Henry Hathaway; screenplay, Jay Dratler, Bernard
    Schoenfeld; music director, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 12Apr46; LP393.


  DARK DELUSION. Loew's Inc., c1947. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. An MGM
    picture. Based on the characters created by Max Brand.

    Credits: Producer, Carey Wilson; director, Willis Goldbeck; original
    screenplay, Jack Andrews, Harry Ruskin; music score, David Snell;
    film editor, Gene Ruggiero.

    Cast: Lionel Barrymore, James Craig, Lucille Bremer.

    © Loew's Inc.; 14May47; LP1012.


  DARK EYES. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 21Feb44; MP14498.


  DARK EYES. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 15Jan45; MP15571.


  DARK EYES. SEE Two Guitars and Dark Eyes.


  THE DARK HORSE. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1946. 6 reels, sd.,
    35mm. From an original story by Sam Hellman.

    Credits: Associate Producer, Will Cowan; director, Will Jason;
    screenplay, Charles R. Marion, Leon Solomon; music director, Hans J.
    Salter; photographer, Paul Ivano; film editor, Paul Landres.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 8Jul46; LP459.


  THE DARK MIRROR. Inter-John, Inc., c1946. 9 reels, sd., 35mm.

    Credits: Produced and written for the screen by Nunnally Johnson;
    director, Robert Siodmak; original story, Vladimir Pozner; music,
    Dimitri Tiomkin; film editor, Ernest Nims.

    © Inter-John, Inc.; 3Oct46; LP632.


  DARK MOUNTAIN. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1944. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producers, William H. Pine, William C. Thomas; director,
    William Berke; original story, Paul Franklin, Charles Royal;
    screenplay, Maxwell Shane; editor, Henry Adams.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 17Nov44; LP12961.


  DARK PASSAGE. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1947. 106 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. A First National picture. From the novel of the same title by
    David Goodis.

    Credits: Producer, Jerry Wald; director and author of screenplay,
    Delmer Daves; music, Franz Waxman; music director, Leo F. Forbstein;
    film editor, David Weisbart.

    Cast: Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Bruce Bennett, Agnes
    Moorehead.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 27Sep47; LP1232.


  THE DARK PAST. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1949. 75 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the play, "Blind Alley," by James Warwick.

    Summary: A remake of the 1939 motion picture, "Blind Alley," this
    psychological study of a young convict shows the childhood incidents
    that helped to transform him into a vicious killer.

    Credits: Producer, Buddy Adler; director, Rudolph Mate; screenplay,
    Philip MacDonald, Michael Blankfort, Albert Duffy; music score,
    George Duning; music director, M. W. Stoloff; film editor, Viola
    Lawrence.

    Cast: William Holden, Nina Foch, Lee J. Cobb, Adele Jergens, Stephen
    Dunne.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 7Jan49; LP2034.


  DARK SHADOWS. Loew's Inc., c1944. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 2
    reels sd., b&w. (A Crime Does Not Pay Subject)

    Credits: Director, Walter Hart; original story and screenplay,
    Edward Bock, Richard Landau; music score, Max Terr; film editor, Tom
    Biggart.

    © Loew's Inc.; 11Dec44; LP13058.


  DARK STREETS OF CAIRO. c1940. Presented by Universal Studios. 6 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Joseph G. Sanford; director, Leslie
    Kardos; original screenplay, Alex Gottlieb; music director, Charles
    Previn; photographer, Elwood Bredell.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 29Nov40; LP10079.


  THE DARK-TOWN STRUTTERS' BALL. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 6Oct41; MP11650.


  DARK VELVET NIGHT. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1943. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 23Mar43; MP13399.


  DARK WATERS. Benedict Bogeaus Productions. Released through United
    Artists, c1944. 89 min., sd. From the Saturday Evening Post serial
    by Frank and Marian Cockrell.

    Credits: Producer, Benedict Bogeaus; director, Andre De Toth;
    screenplay, Joan Harrison, Marian Cockrell; music score and
    direction, Miklos Rozsa; cinematographer, Archie Stout; film editor,
    James Smith.

    Appl. author: Benedict Bogeaus.

    © Dark Waters Productions, Inc.; 15Sep44; LP13028.


  DARN THAT DREAM. Globe Productions, Inc., 1940. 1 reel, sd. (Soundies,
    no. 1–C)

    © Globe Productions, Inc.; 10Aug40; MP11485.


  DASHES, HURDLES, AND RELAYS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in
    collaboration with Amateur Athletic Union, Lawson Robertson, Dean
    Cromwell, and Brutus Hamilton, c1946. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Afrikaans version. Title on script: "Naellope Hekkieslope en
    Afloslope."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 29Jun46; MP1870.


  DASHES, HURDLES AND RELAYS. SEE Carreras, Saltos y Relevos.


  A DATE WITH BEAUTY. Presented by Chevrolet Motor Division, General
    Motors Corp. 1 min., sd., b&w.

    © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 18Apr47; 3
    prints, 21Apr47; MU1945.


  DATE WITH DUKE. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1947. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Puppetoon)

    Credits: Director, George Pal; story, Jack Miller.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 31Oct47; LP1274.


  A DATE WITH JUDY. Loew's Inc., c1948. 113 min., sd., color, 35mm. An
    MGM picture. Based on the characters created by Aleen Leslie.

    Summary: A musical comedy about Judy, a teen-age girl, and her
    family.

    Credits: Producer, Joe Pasternak; director, Richard Thorpe;
    screenplay, Dorothy Cooper, Dorothy Kingsley; music director,
    Georgie Stoll; film editor, Harold F. Kress.

    Cast: Wallace Beery, Jane Powell, Elizabeth Taylor, Carmen Miranda,
    Robert Stack.

    © Loew's Inc.; 29Jun48; LP1714.


  A DATE WITH THE FALCON. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1941. 63 min., sd.
    Based upon the character created by Michael Arlen.

    Credits: Producer, Howard Benedict; director, Irving Reis;
    screenplay, Lynn Root, Frank Fenton; music, Paul Sawtell; music
    director, C. Bakaleinikoff; editor, Harry Marker.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 20Nov41; LP10848.


  DATELINE TOMORROW. Presented by the Aluminum Co. of America. 3 reels,
    sd., b&w.

    © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 28Jun46; 14
    prints, 1Jul46; MU757.


  DAUGHTER OF DARKNESS. Alliance Studio, England. Released in U. S. by
    Paramount Pictures Inc., c1948. 91 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. An A. R.
    Shipman Alliance Studio. Based on the play "They Walk Alone" by Max
    Catto [pseud. of Max Finkell]

    Summary: The sordid adventures of a deranged girl who murders her
    lovers. Setting, a small village in Ireland.

    Credits: Producer, Victor Hanbury; director, Lance Comfort;
    screenplay, Max Catto; music, Clifton Parker; editor, Lito
    Carruthers.

    Cast: Anne Crawford, Maxwell Reed, Siobhan McKenna, George Thorpe,
    Barry Morse.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 21Jan48; LP1725.


  DAUGHTER OF DON Q. c1946. Presented by Republic Pictures. 2 reels
    each, sd., 35mm. © Republic Pictures Corp.; no. 1–6; 4Jun46; LP354;
    no. 7–12, 19Jul46; LP503.

    Credits: Associate producer, Ronald Davidson; directors, Spencer
    Bennet, Fred Brannon; original screenplay, Albert DeMond, Basil
    Dickey, Jesse Duffy, Lynn Perkins; musical director, Raoul
    Kraushaar; photographer, Bud Thackery; film editors, Harold R.
    Minter, Cliff Bell.

    Cast: Adrian Booth, Kirk Alyn, LeRoy Mason, Roy Barcroft, Claire
    Meade.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    1. Multiple Murder.

    2. Vendetta.

    3. Under the Knives.

    4. Race to Destruction.

    5. Blackout.

    6. Forged Evidence.

    7. Execution by Error.

    8. Window to Death.

    9. The Juggernaut.

    10. Cremation.

    11. Glass Guillotine.

    12. Dead Man's Vengeance.


  DAUGHTER OF RAMONA. SEE Daughter of the West.


  DAUGHTER OF THE JUNGLE. Republic Productions, Inc., c1949. 69 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: When his plane crashes in the African jungle, a pilot
    discovers a white girl and her father, also victims of an air
    disaster, living with the natives.

    Credits: Associate producer, Franklin Adreon; director, George
    Blair; original story, Sol Shor; screenplay, William Lively; music,
    Stanley Wilson; film editor, Harold Minter.

    Cast: Lois Hall, James Cardwell, William Wright, Sheldon Leonard,
    Jim Nolan.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 11Feb49; LP2136.


  DAUGHTER OF THE WEST. Martin Mooney Productions, Inc., c1949. Released
    through Film Classics, Inc. 77 min., sd., color, 35mm. Based on the
    novel "Daughter of Ramona" by Robert E. Callahan.

    Summary: A Western about life on a Navajo reservation in the late
    19th century. An Indian agent is thwarted in his schemes to rob the
    Indians of their copper lands.

    Credits: Producer, Martin Mooney; director, Harold Daniels;
    screenplay, Raymond L. Schrock; adaptation, Irwin R. Franklyn; music
    score, Irving Gertz; editor, Douglas W. Bagier.

    Cast: Martha Vickers, Philip Reed, Donald Woods, Marion Carney,
    Pedro de Cordoba.

    © Martin Mooney Productions, Inc.; 25Mar49; LP2883.


  DAVE APOLLON AND HIS ORCHESTRA. The Vitaphone Corp., c1939. 10 min.,
    sd. (Melody Master)

    Credits: Director, Roy Mack.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 22Dec39; MP10004.


  THE DAWN EXPRESS, c1942. Presented by Producers Releasing Corp. 7
    reels, sd. An M & A production.

    Credits: Producers, George M. Merrick, Max Alexander; director,
    Albert Herman; original story and screenplay, Arthur St. Claire;
    music director, Lee Zahler; photographer, Eddie Linden; film editor,
    L. R. Brown.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 20Feb42; LP11141.


  THE DAWN OF BETTER LIVING. Walt Disney Productions, for Westinghouse
    Electric Co. c1945. 1 reel.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 13Apr45; MP15998.


  DAWN ON THE GREAT DIVIDE. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1943. 8 reels, sd.
    Suggested by James Oliver Curwood's story "Wheels of Fate."

    Credits: Producer, Scott R. Dunlap; director, Howard Bretherton;
    screenplay, Jess Bowers; photography, Harry Neumann; film editor,
    Carl Pierson.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 8Jan43; LP11781.


  DAWN OVER AFRICA. Ava Hamilton Singer. color, 16mm.

    Credits: Photographer, Ava Hamilton Singer.

    © Ava Hamilton Singer; title, descr., & 10 prints, 2Dec41; MU11846.


  A DAY AT HOLLYWOOD PARK. Vitaphone Corp., c1947. 10 min., sd., color,
    35mm. Warner Bros. (The Sports Parade)

    Credits: Written and directed by Harry O. Hoyt; narrator, Knox
    Manning.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 3Jun47; MP2140.


  A DAY AT THE FAIR. Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., c1947. 11 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: Three farm children visit a state fair. They enter their
    livestock in the calf show, visit the 4–H Club show, see the harness
    racing, and have fun on the midway. For primary and middle grades.

    Credits: Collaborator, Harry James Reed.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 28Nov47; MP2645.


  A DAY AT THE FAIR. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1948. 19 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm.

    Summary: A camera tour of the Iowa State Fair. Includes views of the
    agricultural and livestock exhibits, and of the colorful parades,
    folk dances, art exhibits, races, and midway attractions.

    Credits: Producer, Gordon Hollingshead; directed and written by Saul
    Elkins; narrator, Art Gilmore; editor, Rex Steele.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 15Jul48; MP3184.


  A DAY AT THE WORLDS FAIR. color, 16mm.

    Credits: Kodachrome.

    © Frank A. Harding; title, descr., & 10 prints, 8Nov40; MU10597.


  A DAY IN DEATH VALLEY. c1944. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 889
    ft., sd., color. (James A. FitzPatrick's Traveltalks)

    Credits: Narrator, James A. FitzPatrick; photography, Charles Boyle.
    Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 18Jan44; MP14612.


  A DAY IN JUNE. Distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1944.
    Presented by Paul Terry. 1 reel, sd., color. (Terrytoon)

    Credits: Director, Eddie Donnelly; story, John Foster; music, Philip
    A. Scheib. Technicolor.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 3Mar44; LP12941.


  DAY-TIME WIFE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1939. 6,550 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Gregory Ratoff; story, Rex Taylor; screenplay,
    Art Arthur, Robert Harari; music director, Cyril J. Mockridge.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 24Nov39; LP9473.


  A DAY WITH ENGLISH CHILDREN. Coronet, c1948. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Shows a typical day at a school in Bath, England, and
    demonstrates that in spite of different customs, the English and
    American children have much in common.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, I. Owen Foster.

    © David A. Smart; 16Jul48; MP3719.


  DAYBREAK. International Film Foundation, Inc., c1949. 2 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: A former divinity student released from a Russian prison
    camp struggles to find his mother in an Austrian village, and in his
    search regains his lost faith in God.

    Credits: Director and photographer, George Justin; written by
    Charles Rockwell; narrator, Robert Clarke.

    © Church World Service, Inc.; 15Apr49; MP4367.


  DAYS OF BUFFALO BILL. c1946. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Bennett Cohen; director, Thomas Carr;
    original screenplay, William Lively, Doris Schroeder; music
    director, Richard Cherwin; photographer, Alfred Keller; film editor,
    Tony Martinelli.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 19Feb46; LP322.


  DAYS OF GLORY. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1944. 85 min., sd. A Casey
    Robinson production.

    Credits: Director, Jacques Tourneur; original story, Melchior
    Lengyel; written for the screen by Casey Robinson; music, Daniele
    Amfitheatrof; music director, C. Bakaleinikoff; orchestrations,
    Leonid Raab; editor, Joseph Noriega.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 19Apr44; LP12786.


  DAYS OF JESSE JAMES. c1939. Presented by Republic Pictures. 7 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, director, Joseph Kane; original story,
    Jack Natteford; screenplay, Earle Snell; music director, Cy Feuer;
    photographer, Reggie Lanning; film editor, Tony Martinelli.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 20Dec39; LP9315.


  DAYS OF OLD CHEYENNE. c1943. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Eddy White; director, Elmer Clifton;
    original screenplay, Norman S. Hall; music score, Mort Glickman;
    photographer, Reggie Lanning; film editor, Harry Keller.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 22Apr43; LP12086.


  DAYS OF '76. The Vitaphone Corp., c1945. 10 min., sd., color. (The
    Sports Parade)

    Credits: Producers, Blumenthal, Heilner; director, Andre de La
    Varre; narrations, Roger Q. Denny; narrator, Knox Manning.
    Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 29Dec45; MP93.


  DEACON JONES. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 27Mar44; MP14661.


  THE DEAD DON'T DREAM. Hopalong Cassidy Productions, Inc., c1948. 62
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on characters created by Clarence E.
    Mulford.

    Summary: Hoppy finds the person responsible for a series of murders
    in a western mining town.

    Credits: Producer, Lewis Rachmil; director, George Archainbaud;
    original screenplay, Francis Rosenwald; music, Ralph Stanley; film
    editor, Fred W. Berger.

    Cast: William Boyd, Andy Clyde, Rand Brooks.

    © Hopalong Cassidy Productions, Inc.; 30Apr48; LP1616.


  DEAD FREIGHT FOR PIUTE. SEE Albuquerque.


  DEAD MAN'S EYES. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1944. 7 reels, sd. (An
    Inner Sanctum Mystery)

    Credits: Director, Reginald LeBorg; original screenplay, Dwight V.
    Babcock; music director, Paul Sawtell; film editor, Milton Carruth.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 25Oct44; LP12925.


  DEAD MAN'S GOLD. Western Adventure Productions, Inc. Released by
    Screen Guild Productions, Inc., c1948. 60 min., sd., color, 35mm.

    Summary: A Western in which Lash and Fuzzy track down the murderers
    of a wealthy ranch owner and bring the culprits to justice.

    Credits: Producer, Ron Ormond; director, Ray Taylor; original story,
    Ron Ormond, Ira Webb, script, Moree Herring, Gloria Welsch; music,
    Walter Greene; film editor, Hugh Winn.

    Cast: "Lash" La Rue, "Fuzzy" St. John, Peggy Stewart, Terry Frost,
    John Cason.

    © Western Adventure Productions, Inc.; 1Nov48; LP2083.


  DEAD MAN'S GULCH. c1943. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Eddy White; director, John English;
    original story, Norman S. Hall; screenplay, Norman S. Hall, Robert
    Williams; music score, Mort Glickman; photography, Ernest Miller;
    film editor, Arthur Roberts.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 25Jan43; LP11892.


  DEAD MEN TELL. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1941. 5,383 ft., sd.
    Based on the character "Charlie Chan" created by Earl Derr Biggers.

    Credits: Director, Harry Lachman; original screenplay, John Larkin;
    music director, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 28Mar41; LP10394.


  DEAD MEN WALK. Producers Releasing Corp., c1943. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sigmund Neufeld; director, Sam Newfield; original
    screenplay, Fred Myton; music, Leo Erdody; film editor, Holbrook N.
    Todd.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 26Jan43; LP11811.


  DEAD OF NIGHT. Ealing Studios, Ltd. Released by Universal, c1945. 8
    reels, sd., 35mm. Based on original stories by John Baines and E. F.
    Benson.

    Credits: Producer, Michael Balcon; directors, Cavalcanti, Basil
    Dearden, Robert Hamer; screenplay, John Baines, Angus Macphail;
    music, Georges Auric; cameramen, Jack Parker, H. Julius; editor,
    Charles Hasse.

    © Ealing Studios, Ltd.; 9Sep45; LP497.


  DEAD OR ALIVE. P.R.C. Pictures. Inc., c1944. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Arthur Alexander; director, Elmer Clifton;
    original screenplay, Harry Fraser; photographer, Robert Cline; film
    editor, Hugh Winn.

    © P.R.C. Pictures, Inc.; 9Nov44; LP13572.


  DEAD RECKONING. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1947. 100 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Credits: Producer, Sidney Biddell; director, John Cromwell; story,
    Gerald Adams, Sidney Biddell; screenplay, Oliver H. P. Garrett,
    Steve Fisher; adaptation, Allen Rivkin; music score, Marlin Skiles;
    music director, M. W. Stoloff; film editor, Gene Havlick.

    Cast: Humphrey Bogart, Lizabeth Scott, Morris Carnovsky, Charles
    Cane, William Prince.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 15Feb47; LP853.


  DEAD RECKONING PLOTTING AND CELESTIAL LINES OF POSITION. Springer
    Pictures, Inc. for the United States Navy. © Springer Pictures, Inc.

    Appl. author: John H. Obold.

    1. © title, descr., & 4 prints, 8Apr43; MU 13448.

    2. © title, descr., & 4 prints, 8Apr43; MU13449.


  DEADLIER THAN THE MALE. SEE Born To Kill.


  DEADLINE AT DAWN. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1946. 82 min., sd. Based
    upon a novel by William Irish.

    Credits: Producer, Adrian Scott; director, Harold Clurman;
    screenplay, Clifford Odets; music, Hanns Eisler; music director, C.
    Bakaleinikoff; editor, Roland Gross.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 1Jan46; LP255.


  DEADLINE FOR MURDER. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1946. 5,882
    ft., sd., 35mm. A Sol M. Wurzel production.

    Credits: Director, James Tinling; original story and screenplay,
    Irving Cummings, Jr.; music score, Rudy Schrager; film editor,
    William F. Claxton.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 14Jun46; LP569.


  THE DEADLY GAME. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1941. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Dixon R. Harwin; director, Phil Rosen;
    screenplay, Wellyn Totman; cameraman, Arthur Martinelli.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 8Aug41; LP10656.


  DEADLY IS THE FEMALE. United Artists Corp., c1949. 87 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on MacKinlay Kantor's story, "Gun Crazy."

    Summary: A young man with a mania for guns becomes a criminal in
    order to hold the love of an unscrupulous woman.

    Credits: Producers, Frank and Maurice King; director, Joseph H.
    Lewis; screenplay, MacKinlay Kantor, Millard Kaufman; music
    director, Victor Young; film editor, Harry Gerstad.

    Cast: Peggy Cummins, John Dall, Barry Kroeger, Morris Carnovsky,
    Anabel Shaw.

    © Pioneer Pictures Corp.; 23Dec49; LP2712.


  DEADWOOD DICK. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 2 reels each (no. 1, 3
    reels). © Columbia Pictures Corp.

    Credits: Director, James W. Horne; screenplay, Wyndham Gittens,
    Morgan B. Cox, George Morgan, John Cutting.

    1. A Wild West Empire. © 13Jul40; LP9827.

    2. Who Is the Skull? © 20Jul40; LP9828.

    3. Pirates of the Plains. © 27Jul40; LP9803.

    4. The Skull Baits a Trap. © 3Aug40; LP9830.

    5. Win, Lose, or Draw. © 10Aug40; LP9843.

    6. Buried Alive. © 17Aug40; LP9847.

    7. The Chariot of Doom. © 24Aug40; LP9857.

    8. The Secret of Number Ten. © 26Aug40; LP9865.

    9. The Fatal Warning. © 7Sep40; LP9898.

    10. Framed for Murder. © 14Sep40; LP9913.

    11. The Bucket of Death. © 21Sep40; LP9925.

    12. A Race Against Time. © 28Sep40; LP9937.

    13. The Arsenal of Revolt. © 5Oct40; LP9959.

    14. Holding the Fort. © 12Oct40; LP9976.

    15. The Deadwood Express. © 19Oct40; LP9992.


  DEALER'S CHOICE. Presented by United Motors Service. 3 reels, sd.,
    b&w.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © United Motors Service; title & descr., 9Jun41; 319 prints,
    11Jun41; MU11220.


  DEAR ARABELLA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 29Dec41; MP11998.


  DEAR! DEER! RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1942. 17 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director, Ben Holmes; story, Charles
    E. Roberts, George Jeske; film editor, George Crone.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 23Oct42; LP11722.


  DEAR DIARY. Scriptures Visualized Institute, c1943. 1 reel, sd.

    Appl. author: George F. Santa.

    © Scriptures Visualized Institute; 1Feb43; MP13500.


  DEAR OCTOPUS. SEE The Randolph Family.


  DEAR OLD SOUTHLAND. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 8Dec41; MP11914.


  DEAR OLD SWITZERLAND. Distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.,
    c1944. Presented by Paul Terry. 1 reel, sd., color. (A Terrytoon)

    Credits: Director, Eddie Donnelly; story, John Foster; music, Philip
    A. Scheib. Technicolor.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 22Dec44; LP13239.


  DEAR RUTH. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1947. 95 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on the play by Norman Krasna.

    Credits: Producer, Paul Jones; director, William D. Russell;
    screenplay, Arthur Sheekman; music score, Robert Emmett Dolan;
    editor, Archie Marshek.

    Cast: William Holden, Joan Caulfield, Billy De Wolfe, Edward Arnold,
    Mona Freeman.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 18Jul47; LP1109.


  DEAR SIR. United Film Productions, c1945. 1 reel. Selections from book
    by Juliet Lowell.

    © United Film Productions; 15Jul45; MP16394.


  DEAREST, DAREST I. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 20Oct41; MP11685.


  DEATH RIDES THE PLAINS. Producers Releasing Corp., c1943. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sigmund Neufeld; director, Sam Newfield; original
    story, Patricia Harper; screenplay, Joe O'Donnell; music director,
    David Chudnow; film editor, Holbrook N. Todd.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 15May43; LP12054.


  DEATH TO WEEDS. Jam Handy Organization, Inc. Presented by Dow Chemical
    Co. sd., color, 16mm.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 5Mar47; 60 prints,
    3Mar47; MU1751.


  DEATH VALLEY. Distributed by Screen Guild Productions, c1946.
    Presented by Lida Productions, Inc. 8 reels, sd., color, 35mm.

    Credits: Producer, William B. David; director, Lew Landers; original
    story and screenplay, Doris Schroeder. Cinecolor.

    © Lida Distributing Co.; 19Aug46; LP629.


  DEATH VALLEY GUNFIGHTERS. Republic Productions, Inc., c1949. 60 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A Western. Rocky Lane outwits a gang that is attempting to
    gain control of a mine.

    Credits: Associate producer, Gordon Kay; director, R. G.
    Springsteen; written by Bob Williams; music, Stanley Wilson; film
    editor, Arthur Roberts.

    Cast: Allan "Rocky" Lane, Eddy Waller, Jim Nolan, Gail Davis,
    William A. Henry.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 28Mar49; LP2222.


  DEATH VALLEY MANHUNT. c1943. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Eddy White; director, John English;
    original story, Fred Myton, Eddy White; screenplay, Norman S. Hall,
    Anthony Coldewey; music score, Mort Glickman; photographer, Ernest
    Miller; film editor, Harry Keller.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 20Aug43; LP12215.


  DEATH VALLEY OUTLAWS. c1941. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels,
    sd. Based on an original story by Don Ryan.

    Credits: Associate producer and director, George Sherman;
    screenplay, Don Ryan, Jack Lait, Jr.; music director, Cy Feuer;
    photography, Edgar Lyons; film editor, Tony Martinelli.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 29Sep41; LP10796.


  DEATH VALLEY RANGERS. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1943. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer and director, Robert Tansey; original story,
    Robert Emmett, Frances Kavanaugh; screenplay, Elizabeth Beecher;
    music director, Frank Sanucci; photography, Edward Kull; film
    editor, Carl Pierson.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 29Oct43; LP12339.


  DECEMBER WITH TRUXA. SEE The Hidden Menace.


  DECEPTION. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1946. 112 min., sd., 35mm. A
    Warner Bros.-First National picture. Based on a play by Louis
    Verneuil.

    Credits: Producer, Henry Blanke; director, Irving Rapper;
    screenplay, John Collier, Joseph Than; music, Erich Wolfgang
    Korngold; music director, Leo F. Forbstein; film editor, Alan
    Crosland, Jr.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 26Oct46; LP642.


  THE DECISION OF CHRISTOPHER BLAKE. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1948.
    75 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the play, "Christopher Blake" by
    Moss Hart.

    Summary: A drama about the effects of divorce upon a sensitive
    twelve-year-old boy who is forced to choose between his parents,
    both of whom he loves.

    Credits: Produced and written for the screen by Ranald MacDougall;
    director, Peter Godfrey; music, Max Steiner; music director, Leo F.
    Forbstein; orchestral arrangements, Murray Cutter; film editor,
    Frederick Richards.

    Cast: Alexis Smith, Robert Douglas, Cecil Kellaway, Ted Donaldson,
    John Hoyt.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 27Dec48; LP2042.


  DECOY. Bernhard & Brandt, c1946. 8 reels, sd., 35mm.

    Credits: Director, Jack Bernhard; original story, Stanley Rubin;
    screenplay, Ned Young; photographer, L. W. O'Connell; film editor,
    Jason Bernie.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 1Sep46; LP546.


  DEED I DO. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 7Aug44; MP15093.


  DEEP DIVING. Leon Schlesinger Productions, for the Deep Diving School
    of the Navy, through the Bureau of Aeronautics, Navy Dept. color. ©
    Leon Schlesinger.

    Appl. author: Hugh MacMullan.

    1. © title, descr., & 4 prints, 25May43; MU13607.

    2. © title, descr., & 3 prints, 22Jun43; MU13688.

    3. The Techniques of Diving. © title & descr., 21Dec43; 5 prints,
    22Jan44; MU14435.


  DEEP IN THE HEART OF TEXAS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Mar42; MP12382.


  DEEP IN THE HEART OF TEXAS. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1942. 6
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Oliver Drake; director, Elmer Clifton;
    original screenplay, Oliver Drake; adaptation, Grace Norton;
    photography, Harry Newman; film editor, Otto Ludwig.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 21Aug42; LP11538.


  DEEP PURPLE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 18Oct43; MP14041.


  DEEP SEA FISHING. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1946. 904 ft., sd., 35mm.
    (The World of Sports)

    Credits: Director, Harry Foster; commentator, Bill Stern;
    photographer, Jack Etra.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 25Jul46; MP1281.


  DEEP VALLEY. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1947. 104 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. A First National picture. From the novel by Dan Totheroh.

    Credits: Producer, Henry Blanke; director, Jean Negulesco;
    screenplay, Salka Viertel, Stephen Morehouse Avery; music, Max
    Steiner; music director, Leo F. Forbstein; film editor, Owen Marks.

    Cast: Ida Lupino, Dane Clark, Wayne Morris, Fay Bainter, Henry Hull.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 29Aug47; LP1181.


  DEEP WATERS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1948. 85 min., sd.,
    sepia, 35mm. Based on the novel "Spoonhandle" by Ruth Moore.

    Summary: This romantic story of an orphan boy and his love for the
    sea shows life in a lobster-fishing community in Maine.

    Credits: Producer, Samuel G. Engel; director, Henry King;
    screenplay, Richard Murphy; music, Cyril Mockridge; music director,
    Lionel Newman; film editor, Barbara McLean.

    Cast: Dana Andrews, Jean Peters, Cesar Romero, Dean Stockwell, Anne
    Revere.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 7Jul48; LP2059.


  DEERSLAYER. c1943. Presented by Republic Pictures. 7 reels, sd. Based
    on the novel by James Fenimore Cooper.

    Credits: Producers, P. S. Harrison, E. B. Derr; director, Lew
    Landers; story treatment and screenplay, P. S. Harrison, E. B. Derr;
    adaptation, John W. Krafft; film editor, George McGuire.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 28Oct43; LP12371.


  DEFECTIVE DETECTIVES. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1944. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Written and directed by Harry Edwards.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 22Mar44; LP12551.


  DEFEND AMERICA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 13Oct41; MP11657.


  DEFENDING THE CITY'S HEALTH. Erpi Classroom Films, Inc., c1941. 1
    reel, sd. With teacher's handbook.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.; 26Dec41; MP14223.


  DEFENSE AGAINST INVASION. Walt Disney Productions, c1943. 1 reel, sd.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 5Aug43; MP13826.


  DEFENSIVE FOOTWORK IN BASKETBALL. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    Inc., c1946. 1 reel.

    Credits: Collaborator, Wilbur Johns.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 31May46; MP662.


  A DEFESA DA SAÚDE PÚBLICA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.,
    c1946. 1 reel, sd., 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborator, Wilson G. Smillie.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 18Jun46; MP771.


  DEL COURTNEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1949.
    15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A musical short.

    Credits: Producer and director, Will Cowan; film editor, Danny B.
    Landres.

    Cast: Del Courtney, the Bobby True trio, Pat Alphin, the Wilson
    sisters, Ray Adams.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 12Jul49; LP2391.


  DELHI. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd. (Fascinating
    Journeys)

    Credits: Producers, E. S. and F. W. Keller; director and editor,
    Hans Nieter; photographer, Jack Cardiff.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 21Mar41; MP10960.


  DELIGHTFUL, DIMPLED DOLLIES. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 22Sep41; MP11587.


  DELIGHTFULLY DANGEROUS. Released through United Artists, c1945.
    Presented by Charles R. Rogers. 90 min., sd. Based on a story by
    Irving Phillips, Edward Verdier, and Frank Tashlin.

    Credits: Producer, Charles R. Rogers; director, Arthur Lubin;
    screenplay, Walter De Leon, Arthur Phillips; music and arrangements,
    Morton Gould; film editor, Harvey Manger.

    © Charles R. Rogers Enterprises; 31Mar45; LP13225.


  DELILAH. Techniprocess, c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Mario Castegnaro; written and directed by Roy
    Mack; music director, Lud Gluskin; photography, Ralph Hammeras.

    © Techniprocess & Special Effects Corp. d.b.a. Techniprocess;
    26Oct41; MP11963.


  DELINQUENT DAUGHTERS. P.R.C. Pictures, Inc. for American Productions,
    Inc., c1944. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producers, Donald C. McKean, Albert Herman; director,
    Albert Herman; original screenplay, Arthur St. Claire; music
    director, Lee Zahler; film editor, George Merrick.

    © P.R.C. Pictures, Inc.; 10Aug44; LP13568.


  DELIVERY TIME. Jam Handy Organization, Inc. Presented by General
    Motors Corp., Chevrolet Division. 1 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: Demonstrates those features of the 1949 Chevrolet panel
    truck which facilitate the job of delivering.

    © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 27May49; 4
    prints, 31May49; MU4178.


  DEMOCRACY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd.,
    16mm.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 1Mar46; MP617.


  DEMOCRACY'S DIARY. RKO Pathe, Inc., c1948. 16 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (This Is America, no. 7)

    Summary: How a great newspaper supplies the news. The film shows
    views of the New York Times' wire room, city desk, model kitchen,
    fashion studios, library, copy desk, composing room, and circulation
    department, and also the Times' Washington Bureau, the Congressional
    press gallery, and the White House.

    Credits: Producer, Jay Bonafield; director, Larry O'Reilly; author,
    Richard Hanser; narrator, Dwight Weist; editor, David Cooper.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 30Apr48; MP3118.


  LA DENTADURA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in collaboration
    with John Oppie McCall, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Spanish
    version of "The Teeth."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 7Feb47; MP1679.


  OS DENTES. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in collaboration with
    John Oppie McCall, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Portuguese version
    of "The Teeth."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 10Feb47; MP1718.


  THE DENVER KID. Republic Productions, Inc., c1948. 60 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: Rocky Lane, of the Border Patrol, tracks down a murderer
    and obtains his confession.

    Credits: Associate producer, Gordon Kay; director, Philip Ford;
    screenplay, Bob Williams; music, Dale Butts; film editor, Harold
    Minter.

    Cast: Allan "Rocky" Lane, Eddy Waller, William A. Henry, Douglas
    Fowley, Black Jack.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 23Nov48; LP1968.


  DEPUTY MARSHAL. Lippert Productions, Inc. Released through Screen
    Guild Productions, Inc., c1949. 73 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on
    the novel by Charles Heckelmann.

    Summary: A musical Western in which a deputy marshal outwits and
    outmaneuvers the outlaws who are trying to gain control of valuable
    ranch lands.

    Credits: Producer, William Stephens; direction and screenplay,
    William Berke; music director, Mahlon Merrick; film editor, Edward
    Mann.

    Cast: Jon Hall, Frances Langford, Dick Foran, Julie Bishop, Joe
    Sawyer.

    © Lippert Productions, Inc.; 15Oct49; LP2589.


  DESCRIBING AN INCIDENT. Coronet, c1949. 9 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: A demonstration of four points to consider in describing an
    incident: an opening that creates interest; complete descriptions,
    without unnecessary details; orderly arrangement of events; and a
    strong climax.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, Dora V. Smith.

    © David A. Smart; 14Jun49; MP4228.


  DESERT ARABS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1948. 1 reel,
    si., b&w, 8mm.

    Summary: The desert Arabs travel by camel over wide stretches of
    Arabia and North Africa in search of food for their sheep and
    cattle. They are shown performing various household duties,
    answering the Moslem call to prayer, and stopping at an oasis to
    exchange goods and gossip.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 13Apr48; MP3129.


  DESERT BANDIT. c1941. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer and director, George Sherman; original
    story, Bennett Cohen; screenplay, Bennett Cohen, Eliot Gibbons;
    music director, Cy Feuer; photographer, William Nobles; film editor,
    Ray Snyder.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 24May41; LP10547.


  DESERT FURY. Hal Wallis Productions, Inc., c1947. 95 min., sd., color,
    35mm. From Ramona Stewart's novel.

    Credits: Director, Lewis Allen; screenplay, Robert Rossen.

    © Hal Wallis Productions, Inc.; 15May47; LP998.


  THE DESERT HAWK. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1944. 2 reels each (no. 1,
    3 reels). © Columbia Pictures Corp.

    Credits: Director, B. Reeves Eason; original screenplay, Sherman
    Lowe, Leslie Swabacker, Jack Stanley, Leighton Brill.

    1. The Twin Brothers. © 7Jul44; LP12807.

    2. The Evil Eye. © 14Jul44; LP12809.

    3. The Mark of the Scimitar. © 21Jul44; LP12821

    4. A Caliph's Treachery. © 28Jul44; LP12832.

    5. The Secret of the Palace. © 4Aug44; LP12841.

    6. The Feast of the Beggars. © 11Aug44; LP12845.

    7. Double Jeopardy. © 18Aug44; LP12866.

    8. The Slave Traders. © 25Aug44; LP12893.

    9. The Underground River. © 1Sep44; LP12910.

    10. The Fateful Wheel. © 8Sep44; LP12928.

    11. The Mystery of the Mosque. © 15Sep44; LP12939.

    12. The Hand of Vengeance. © 22Sep44; LP12942

    13. Swords of Fate. © 29Sep44; LP12945.

    14. The Wizard's Story. © 6Oct44; LP12954.

    15. The Triumph of Kasim. © 13Oct44; LP12982.


  THE DESERT HORSEMAN. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1946. 6 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Producer, Colbert Clark; director, Ray Nazarro; original
    story and screenplay, Sherman Lowe; film editor, Paul Borofsky.

    Cast: Charles Starrett, Smiley Burnette, Walt Shrum and his Colorado
    Hillbillies.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 11Jul46; LP817.


  DESERT LIGHTS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1948. 8 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Movietone Adventures)

    Summary: A pictorial view of life in the desert cities of Las Vegas
    and Reno.

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; narrator, Ed Thorgersen; music, L.
    DeFrancesco; film editor, Valeska Weidig.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 24Aug48; MP3422.


  DESERT PLAYGROUND. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1944. 10 min., sd.,
    color. (Sports Parade)

    Credits: Director, Arnold Albert; narrator, Art Gilmore.
    Technicolor.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 29May44; MP14885.


  THE DESERT SONG. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1943. 96 min., sd.,
    color. A Warner Bros.-First National picture. Based upon a play by
    Lawrence Schwab, Otto Harbach, Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, Sigmund
    Romberg and Frank Mandel.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Buckner; director, Robert Florey; music
    adaptation, H. Roemheld; music director, Leo F. Forbstein;
    orchestral arrangements, Ray Heindorf; film editor, Frank Magee.
    Technicolor.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 30Nov43; LP12464.


  DESERT VIGILANTE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1949. 56 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: The Durango Kid succeeds in identifying the leaders of a
    gang of smugglers.

    Credits: Producer, Colbert Clark; director, Fred F. Sears;
    screenplay, Earl Suell.

    Cast: Charles Starrett, Smiley Burnette, Peggy Stewart.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 15Mar49; LP2154.


  DESERT WONDERLAND. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1942. 1 reel,
    sd., color. (Lowell Thomas' Magic Carpet of Movietone)

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; music score, L. DeFrancesco;
    photography, Jack Kuhne; film editor, Russ Sheilds. Technicolor.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 1Aug42; MP12757.


  DESERTS OF AMERICA. SEE Going Places.


  DESI ARNAZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA. Released by Warner Bros., c1946. 10
    min., sd. (Melody Master Band)

    Credits: Director, Jack Scholl.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 4Oct46; MP1303.


  DESIGN FOR DEATH. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1948. 48 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: A documentary film showing how the Japanese masses were
    exploited through the centuries by rulers bent on power and world
    conquest. The evils of concentrated power and mass ignorance are
    emphasized.

    Credits: Producers, Theron Warth, Richard O. Fleischer; writers,
    Theodor S. Geisel, Helen Geisel; narrators, Kent Smith, Hans
    Conried; music, Paul Sawtell; music director, C. Bakaleinikoff; film
    editors, Elmo Williams, Marston Fay.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 14Apr48; MP3075.


  DESIGN FOR LOVING. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1944. 1,912 ft., sd.

    Credits: Producer and director, B. K. Blake; story, Henry Morris;
    screenplay, George Blake.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 3Nov44; LP13235.


  DESIGN FOR SCANDAL. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 9 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Producer, John W. Considine, Jr.; director, Norman Taurog;
    original screenplay, Lionel Houser; music score, Franz Waxman; film
    editor, Elmo Veron.

    © Loew's Inc.; 14Nov41; LP10866.


  DESIGNED BY FANNIE HURST. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1942. 1 reel,
    sd. (Person-Oddity, no. 115)

    Credits: Producers, Joseph O'Brien, Thomas Mead; narrator, Jack
    Costello.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 31Dec42; MP13210.


  DESIGNED TO PLEASE. Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc. 1 min., sd.
    Chevrolet.

    © Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.; title & descr., 1Nov41; 90
    prints, 3Nov41; MU11708.


  DESIRE ME. Loew's Inc., c1947. 91 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. An MGM
    picture. From a novel by Leonhard Frank.

    Credits: Producer, Arthur Hornblow, Jr.; screenplay, Marguerite
    Roberts, Zoë Akins; adaptation, Casey Robinson; music score, Herbert
    Stothart; film editor, Joseph Dervin.

    Cast: Greer Garson, Robert Mitchum, Richard Hart.

    © Loew's Inc.; 5Aug47; LP1211.


  DESIRE TO LIVE. Hoffberg Productions, Inc., c1949. 2 reels, sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: Shows how the desire to live influences the behavior of
    animals in their struggle for survival.

    Credits: Producer and director, C. H. Williamson; narrator, John
    Snagge.

    © Hoffberg Productions, Inc.; 25Apr49 (in notice: 1948); MP4036.


  THE DESPERADOES. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1943. 9 reels, sd., color.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Joe Brown; director, Charles Vidor;
    original story, Max Brand [pseud. of Frederick Faust]; screenplay,
    Robert Carson; music director, M. W. Stoloff; film editor, Gene
    Havlick. Technicolor.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 12Feb43; LP11859.


  DESPERADOES OF DODGE CITY. Republic Productions, Inc., c1948. 60 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: Rocky Lane foils a band of raiders and retrieves the
    document which will permit a wagon train of homesteaders to travel
    through the Dakota Badlands.

    Credits: Associate producer, Gordon Kay; director, Philip Ford;
    original screenplay, Bob Williams; music director, Morton Scott;
    film editor, Harold Minter.

    Cast: Allan "Rocky" Lane, Eddy Waller, Mildred Coles, Roy Barcroft,
    Tristram Coffin.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 2Sep48; LP1812.


  DESPERATE. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1947. 73 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on a story by Dorothy Atlas and Anthony Mann.

    Credits: Producer, Michael Kraike; director, Anthony Mann;
    screenplay, Harry Essex; music by Paul Sawtell; music director, C.
    Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Marston Fay.

    Cast: Steve Brodie, Audrey Long, Raymond Burr, Douglas Fowley.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 31May47; LP1069.


  DESPERATE CARGO. Producers Releasing Corp., c1941. 7 reels, sd. Based
    on the story "Loot Below" by Eustace L. Adams.

    Credits: Producer, John T. Coyle; director, William Beaudine;
    screenplay, Morgan Cox, John T. Coyle; photography, Jack Greenhalgh.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 8Jul41; LP10579.


  A DESPERATE CHANCE FOR ELLERY QUEEN. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 7
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Larry Darmour; director, James Hogan; story,
    Ellery Queen [pseud. of Frederic Dannay and Manfred Bennington Lee];
    screenplay, Eric Taylor; music score, Lee Zahler; film editor,
    Dwight Caldwell.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 10Apr42; LP11217.


  DESPERATE JOURNEY. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1942. 107 min., sd. A
    Warner Bros.-First National picture.

    Credits: Producer, Hal B. Wallis; director, Raoul Walsh; original
    screenplay, Arthur T. Horman; music, Max Steiner; music director,
    Leo F. Forbstein; orchestral arrangements, Hugo Friedhofer; film
    editor, Rudi Fehr.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 26Sep42; LP11658.


  DESPOTISM. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd.,
    16mm.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 1Mar46; MP618.


  DESTINATION TOKYO. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1944. 135 min., sd. A
    Warner Bros.-First National picture.

    Credits: Producer, Jerry Wald; director, Delmer Daves; original
    story, Steve Fisher; screenplay, Delmer Daves, Albert Maltz; music,
    Franz Waxman; music director, Leo F. Forbstein; orchestral
    arrangements, Leon Raab; photographer, Bert Glennon; film editor,
    Chris Nyby.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 1Jan44; LP12406.


  DESTINATION UNKNOWN. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1942. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Marshall Grant; director, Ray Taylor;
    original story, Lawrence Hazard, John Kafka; screenplay, Lynn Riggs,
    John Meehan, Jr.; photography, John W. Boyle; film editor, Charles
    Maynard.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 23Jul42; LP11468.


  DESTINY. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1944. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Roy W. Neill; director, Reginald Le
    Borg; story, Roy Chanslor, Ernest Pascal; photography, George
    Robinson; film editor, Paul Landres.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 28Nov44; LP13114.


  DESTROYER. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1943. 10 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Louis F. Edelman; director, William A. Seiter;
    story, Frank Wead; screenplay, Frank Wead, Lewis Meltzer, Borden
    Chase; music, Anthony Collins; music director, M. W. Stoloff; film
    editor, Gene Havlick.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 2Sep43; LP12261.


  DETECTIVE KITTY O'DAY. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1944. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lindsley Parsons; director, William Beaudine;
    original story, Victor Hammond; screenplay, Tim Ryan, Victor
    Hammond; music director, Edward Kay; photographer, Ira Morgan; film
    editor, Richard Currier.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 8Apr44; LP12588.


  DETOUR. P.R.C. Pictures, Inc., c1945. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Edgar G. Ulmer; original story and screenplay,
    Martin Goldsmith.

    © P.R.C. Pictures, Inc.; 7Nov45; LP13599.


  DETOUR. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946. 1 reel,
    sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Gould.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 8Jul46; MP819.


  DEVELOPING LEADERSHIP. Coronet, c1949. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Explains how a leader furthers the ideas and actions of a
    group, and points out the qualities which a good leader should have.
    For high school and college students and adults.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, William E. Young.

    © David A. Smart; 10Feb49; MP4224.


  DEVELOPING RESPONSIBILITY. Coronet, c1949. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Demonstrates the planning and determination necessary in
    developing responsibility, and shows some rewards evolving from the
    acceptance of responsibilities.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, I. Owen Foster.

    © David A. Smart; 20May49; MP4242.


  DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNICATION. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.,
    c1946. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Afrikaans version. Title on script:
    "Die Ontwikkeling van Verbindings-Middels."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 20Jul46; MP1864.


  THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNICATION. Erpi Classroom Films, Inc., c1942. 1
    reel, sd. With teacher's handbook.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.; 9Apr42; MP14222.


  THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNICATION. SEE O Progresso das Comunicações.


  THE DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER. SEE All That Money Can Buy.


  DEVIL AND DEEP BLUE SEA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1943. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 27Sep43; MP13979.


  THE DEVIL AND MISS JONES. Frank Ross-Norman Krasna, Inc., c1941. 92
    min., sd. An RKO Radio picture.

    Credits: Producer, Frank Ross; director, Sam Wood; written by Norman
    Krasna; music director, Roy Webb; photographer, Harry Stradling;
    editor, Sherman Todd.

    © Frank Ross-Norman Krasna, Inc.; 11Apr41; LP10616.


  THE DEVIL BAT. Producers Releasing Corp., c1940. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Gallagher; director, Jean Yarborough;
    original story, George Bricker; screenplay, John Thomas Neville;
    photography, Arthur Martinelli; film editor, Holbrook N. Todd.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 17Dec40; LP10133.


  DEVIL BAT'S DAUGHTER. c1946. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Frank Wisbar; original story, Leo J. McCarthy,
    Ernst Jaeger; screenplay, Griffin Jay.

    Appl. author: P.R.C. Pictures, Inc.

    © Pathe Industries, Inc.; 19Jun46; LP396.


  DEVIL BOATS. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. in cooperation with the U. S.
    Navy, c1944. 20 min., sd., color. Based on a story by Henry B. Lent.

    Credits: Producer, Gordon Hollingshead; director, Arnold Albert;
    screenplay, Carl Dudley, Charles L. Tedford. Technicolor.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 19Oct44; LP12909.


  THE DEVIL COMMANDS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Wallace MacDonald; director, Edward Dmytryk;
    story, William Sloane; screenplay, Robert D. Andrews, Milton
    Gunzburg; music director, M. W. Stoloff; film editor, Al Clark.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 10Feb41; LP10253.


  THE DEVIL IN THE FLESH. SEE Le Diable au Corps.


  DEVIL MONSTER. Weiss and Landres, c1946. 7 reels, sd., 35mm.

    Credits: Director, S. Edwin Graham; original story, Thelma Brooks,
    Terry Grey; screen adaptation, Juan Duval, S. Edwin Graham;
    narration, Tom Hubbard.

    © Weiss and Landres; 8Jul46; LP426.


  THE DEVIL ON WHEELS. PRC Pictures, Inc., c1947. 7 reels, sd., b&w,
    35mm. From an original idea by Tony Sargent.

    Credits: Producer, Ben Stoloff; director, Crane Wilbur; original
    story and screenplay, Crane Wilbur; music, Emil Cadkin; musical
    director, Irving Friedman; film editor, Alexander Troffey.

    Cast: Noreen Nash, Darryl Hickman, Jan Ford, Lenita Lane.

    © Pathe Industries, Inc.; 15Feb47; LP844.


  THE DEVIL PAYS OFF. c1941. Presented by Republic Pictures. 7 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Albert J. Cohen; director, John H.
    Auer; original story, George Worthing Yates, Julian Zimet;
    screenplay, Lawrence Kimble, Malcolm Stuart Boylan; music director,
    Cy Feuer; photographer, John Alton; film editor, Howard O'Neil.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 10Nov41; LP10867.


  THE DEVIL RIDERS. P.R.C. Pictures, Inc., c1943. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sigmund Neufeld; director, Sam Newfield; original
    story and screenplay, Joe O'Donnell; film editor, Bob Crandall.

    © P.R.C. Pictures. Inc.; 6Nov43; LP12358.


  THE DEVIL SAT DOWN AND CRIED. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 20Apr42; MP12464.


  DEVIL SHIP. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1947. 7 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Producer, Martin Mooney; director, Lew Landers; original
    screenplay, Lawrence Edmund Taylor; music director, Mischa
    Bakaleinikoff; film editor, James Sweeney.

    Cast: Richard Lane, Louise Campbell, William Bishop, Damian O'Flynn,
    Anthony Caruso.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 18Dec47; LP1355.


  THE DEVIL THUMBS A RIDE. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1947. 62 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel by Robert C. Du Soe.

    Credits: Producer, Herman Schlom; direction and screenplay, Felix
    Feist; music, Paul Sawtell; music director, C. Bakaleinikoff; film
    editor, Robert Swink.

    Cast: Lawrence Tierney, Ted North, Nan Leslie.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 1Mar47; LP924.


  THE DEVIL WITH HITLER. Released through United Artists, c1942.
    Presented by Hal Roach. 5 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Glenn Tryon; director, Gordon Douglas;
    screenplay, Al Martin; adaptation, Cortland Fitzsimmons; music
    score, Edward Ward; film editor, Bert Jordan.

    © Hal Roach Studios, Inc.; 6Aug42; LP11520.


  DEVIL'S CARGO. Falcon Productions, Inc., c1948. 63 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the character, The Falcon, created by Michael Arlen.

    Summary: The murder of a race-track operator is the first in a
    series of murders solved by The Falcon.

    Credits: Producer, Philip N. Krasne; director, John F. Link;
    original story, Robert Tallman, Jason James; screenplay, Don Martin;
    music director, Paul Dessau; film editor, Asa Boyd Clark.

    Cast: John Calvert, Rochelle Hudson, Roscoe Karns, Lyle Talbot.

    © Falcon Productions, Inc.; 1Mar40; LP1540.


  THE DEVIL'S HAND. SEE La Main du Diable.


  THE DEVIL'S HENCHMEN. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1949. 69 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A story of smuggling and murder on the Los Angeles
    waterfront.

    Credits: Producer, Rudolph C. Flothow; director, Seymour Friedman;
    screenplay, Erick Taylor; music director, Mischa Bakaleinikoff; film
    editor, Richard Fantl.

    Cast: Warner Baxter, Mary Beth Hughes, Mike Mazurki, Peggy Converse,
    Regis Toomey.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 26Aug49; LP2485.


  THE DEVIL'S MASK. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1946. 7 reels, sd. Based
    upon the radio program "I Love a Mystery."

    Credits: Producer, Wallace MacDonald; director, Henry Levin;
    screenplay, Charles O'Neal; music director, Mischa Bakaleinikoff.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 23May46; LP383.


  THE DEVIL'S PIPELINE. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1940. 7 reels.

    Credits: Director, Christy Cabanne, original story, Paul Huston;
    screenplay, Paul Huston, Clarence Upson Young, Larry Rhine, Ben
    Chapman.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 24Oct40; LP10002.


  THE DEVIL'S PLAYGROUND. Released through United Artists Productions,
    Inc., c1946. Presented by Hopalong Cassidy Productions, Inc. 65
    min., sd., 35mm. Based on characters created by Clarence E. Mulford.

    Credits: Producer, Lewis J. Rachmil; director, George Archainbaud;
    screenplay, Ted Wilson; film editor, Fred W. Berger.

    © Hopalong Cassidy Productions, Inc.; 15Nov46; LP688.


  THE DEVIL'S TRAIL. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 6 reels, sd. Based
    upon the story "The Town in Hell's Backyard" as published in Ten
    Story Western Magazine.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Barsha; director, Lambert Hillyer;
    screenplay, Robert Lee Johnson; film editor, Charles Nelson.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 7Apr42; LP11190.


  DEVOTION. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1946. 107 min., sd., 35mm. A
    Warner Bros.-First National picture.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Buckner; director, Curtis Bernhardt;
    original story, Theodore Reeves; screenplay, Keith Winter; music,
    Erich Wolfgang Korngold; music director, Leo F. Forbstein; film
    editor, Rudi Fehr.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 20Apr46; LP244.


  LE DIABLE AU CORPS (THE DEVIL IN THE FLESH). Transcontinental Films,
    Paris. Released in the U. S. by Universal-International, c1948. 122
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel by Raymond Radiguet.

    Summary: A drama showing the tragedy which follows the illicit
    relationship of a college boy and a young wife whose soldier-husband
    is at the front. Setting, France in 1917.

    Credits: Producer, Paul Graetz; director, Claude Autant Lara;
    screenplay, Jean Aurenche, Pierre Bost; English titles, Elliot Paul;
    music, René Cloerec.

    Cast: Micheline Presle, Gerard Philipe, Jean Debucourt, Denise Grey,
    Palau.

    © A.F.E. Corp.; 1Dec48; LP1995.


  DIAMOND DEMON. Loew's Inc., c1947. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Pete Smith
    Specialty) An MGM picture.

    Credits: Producer and narrator, Pete Smith; director, David O'Brien;
    film editor, Joseph Dietrick; screenplay, David Barclay, Joe Ansen.

    © Loew's Inc.; 2Jan47; MP1601.


  DIAMOND FRONTIER. c1940. Presented by Universal Studios. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Marshall Grant; director, Harold
    Schuster; original screenplay, Edmund L. Hartman, Stanley Rubin;
    photography, Milton Krasner; film editor, Don Hayes.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 3Oct40; LP9954.


  DIAMOND GALS. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1947. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Grantland Rice Sportlight)

    Credits: Narrator, Ward Wilson.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 18Jul47; MP2215.


  THE DIAMOND NECKLACE. Marshall Grant-Realm Television Productions,
    c1940, 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on the story by Guy de
    Maupassant.

    Summary: The wife of a young clerk loses the diamond necklace she
    has borrowed from a wealthy friend. After struggling for ten years
    to pay for a duplicate, the couple discover that the lost necklace
    was a paste imitation.

    Credits: Produced and written by Stanley Rubin, Louis Lantz;
    director, Sobey Martin.

    © Realm Television Productions, Inc.; 7Feb49; LP2177.


  THE DIARY OF A CHAMBERMAID. Camden Productions, Inc. Released through
    United Artists. c1948. 76 min., sd. Adapted from the novel by Octave
    Mirbeau and the play by Andre Heuse, Andre de Lorde, and Thielly
    Nores.

    Credits: Producers, Benedict Bogeaus, Burgess Meredith; director,
    Jean Renoir; screenplay, Burgess Meredith; music score, Michel
    Michelet; cinematographer, Lucien Andriot; film editor, James Smith.

    © Camden Productions, Inc.; 15Feb46; LP172.


  DIARY OF A RACING PIGEON. Vitagraph. Inc., c1940. 10 min., sd., color.
    (Sports Parade)

    Credits: Directed and written by Del Frazier; commentator, Knox
    Manning.

    © Vitagraph, Inc.; 23Nov40; MP10650.


  DICK TRACY. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1946. 61 min., sd. Based on the
    cartoon strip by Chester Gould.

    Credits: Producer, Herman Schlom; director, William Berke; original
    screenplay, Eric Taylor; music, Roy Webb; music director, C.
    Bakaleinikoff; editor, Ernie Leadlay.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 1Jan46; LP132.


  DICK TRACY MEETS GRUESOME. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1947. 65 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the cartoon strip "Dick Tracy" by Chester
    Gould and a story by William H. Graffis and Robert E. Kent.

    Credits: Producer, Herman Schlom; director, John Rawlins;
    screenplay, Robertson White, Eric Taylor; music, Paul Sawtell; music
    director, C. Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Elmo Williams.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 26Sep47; LP1254.


  DICK TRACY VS. CRIME, INC. c1941. Presented by Republic Pictures. 2
    reels each (no. 1, 3 reels), sd. Based on cartoon strip by Chester
    Gould. © Republic Pictures Corp.; no. 1–5, 27Dec41; LP10988; no.
    6–10, 27Dec41; LP11139; no. 11–15, 27Dec41; LP11187.

    Credits: Associate producer, W. J. O'Sullivan; directors, William
    Witney, John English; original screenplay, Ronald Davidson, Norman
    S. Hall, William Lively, Joseph O'Donnell, Joseph Poland; musical
    score, Cy Feuer; photographer, Reggie Lanning; film editors, Tony
    Martinelli, Edward Todd.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    1. The Fatal Hour.

    2. The Prisoner Vanishes.

    3. Doom Patrol.

    4. Dead Man's Trap.

    5. Murder at Sea.

    6. Besieged.

    7. Sea Racketeers.

    8. Train of Doom.

    9. Beheaded.

    10. Flaming Peril.

    11. Seconds To Live.

    12. Trial By Fire.

    13. The Challenge.

    14. Invisible Terror.

    15. Retribution.


  DICK TRACY VS. CUEBALL. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1946. 62 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on the cartoon strip "Dick Tracy" by Chester Gould.

    Credits: Producer, Herman Schlom; director, Gordon M. Douglas;
    original story, Luci Ward; screenplay, Dane Lussier, Robert E. Kent;
    music, Phil Ohman; director of music, C. Bakaleinikoff; film editor,
    Philip Martin, Jr.

    Cast: Morgan Conway, Anne Jeffreys, Lyle Latell, Rita Corday, Ian
    Keith.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 15Nov46; LP733.


  DICK TRACY'S DILEMMA. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1947. 60 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on the cartoon strip "Dick Tracy" created by
    Chester Gould.

    Credits: Producer, Herman Schlom; director, John Rawlins;
    screenplay, Robert Stephen Brode; music, Paul Sawtell; music
    director, C. Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Marvin Coil.

    Cast: Ralph Byrd, Lyle Latell, Kay Christopher, Jack Lambert, Ian
    Keith.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 21May47; LP1070.


  DICK TRACY'S G-MEN. c1939. 2 reels each, sd. Based on the cartoon
    strip by Chester Gould.

    Credits: Associate producer, Robert Beche; director, William Witney,
    John English; original screenplay, Barry Shipman, Franklyn Adreon,
    Rex Taylor, Ronald Davidson, Sol Shor; musical score, William Lava;
    photographer, William Nobles; film editors, Edward Todd, William
    Thompson, Bernard Loftus.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; no. 12–15, 2Sep39; LP9329.


  DID ANYONE CALL? Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 2Jun41; MP11193.


  DIES AND DIE MAKING; forming tools. Film Productions Co., c1941. 1
    reel. © Film Productions Co.

    Appl. author: Roy Arthur Clapp.

    2. Bending and Forming Operations.

    © 1Sep41; MP11606.


  DIESEL—SERIES 71—LUBRICATION SYSTEM. Audio Productions, Inc., in
    collaboration with U. S. Navy Submarine School. 1 reel, sd.

    © Audio Productions, Inc.; title, descr., & 4 prints, 13Mar43;
    MU13334.


  DIESEL—SERIES 71—MECHANICAL GOVERNORS. Audio Productions, Inc., in
    collaboration with the U. S. Navy Submarine School. 1 reel, sd.

    © Audio Productions, Inc.; title, descr., & 4 prints, 14Apr43;
    MU13465.


  DIG THAT GOLD. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1948. 17 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Credits: Producer, George Bilson; direction and screenplay, Hal
    Yates; film editor, Edward W. Williams.

    Cast: Edgar Kennedy, Florence Lake, Jack Rice, Dick Wessel, Robert
    Bray.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 25Jun48; LP1726.


  A DIGESTAO DOS ALIMENTOS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946,
    1 reel, sd., 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborators, A. J. Carlson, H. G. Swann.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 24Jun46; MP834.


  DIGESTION OF FOODS. SEE Die Verdauung der Nahrung.


  DIGGA DIGGA DO. Distributed by Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    Inc., c1946. Presented by R.C.M. Productions. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Ben Hersh; director, Dave Gould.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 28Oct46; MP1251.


  THE DI GIORGIO STORY. Di Giorgio Fruit Corp., c1949. 1 reel, sd.,
    color, 16mm.

    Summary: How Joseph Di Giorgio made the desert of the San Joaquin
    Valley in California into a fertile farming area.

    Appl. author: William Dunham Thorp.

    © Di Giorgio Fruit Corp.; 23Apr49; LP2465.


  DILDO CAY. SEE Bahama Passage.


  DILLINGER. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1945. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producers, King Bros.; director. Max Nosseck; original
    screenplay, Philip Yordan; cameraman, Jackson Rose; film editor,
    Otto Levering.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 27Feb45; LP13183.


  DÍLO ATMOSFÉRY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel,
    sd., 16mm.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 11Jun46; MP795.


  DIME A DANCE. SEE The Birth of a Star.


  DINAH. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 3Jul44; MP14987.


  DING-A-LAY-O. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 10Nov41; MP11750.


  DING DONG WILLIAMS. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1945. 62 min., sd. From
    the Collier's magazine stories by Richard English.

    Credits: Producer, Herman Schlom; director, William Berke;
    screenplay, Brenda Weisberg, M. Coates Webster; music director, C.
    Bakaleinikoff; orchestral arrangements, Gene Rose; editor, Les
    Millbrook.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 31Dec45; LP133.


  DINKY FINDS A HOME. Distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.,
    c1946. Presented by Paul Terry. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (A
    Terrytoon)

    Credits: Director, Eddie Donnelly; story, John Foster; music, Philip
    A. Scheib. Technicolor.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 7Jun46; LP637.


  DINTY MCGINTY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 24Jun46; MP707.


  THE DIPPY DIPLOMAT, c1945. Presented by Universal. 1 reel, sd., color.
    (A Walt Lantz Cartune) (A Woody Woodpecker Cartune)

    Credits: Producer, Walter Lantz; director, James Culhane; story, Ben
    Hardaway, Milt Schaffer; animation, Pat Matthews, Grim Natwick;
    music, Darrell Calker. Technicolor.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc. and Walter Lantz Productions;
    27Jul45; MP16170.


  DIPSY DOODLE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 4Oct43; MP14026.


  THE DIPSY DOODLER. The Vitaphone Corp., c1940. 1 reel, sd. (Melody
    Master)

    Credits: Director, Lloyd French.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 24May40; MP10229.


  DIPSY GYPSY. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd. (A George Pal
    Puppetoon)

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 4Apr41; MP11040.


  DIRT ON THE SHIRT. General Electric Co., c1949. 1/2 min., sd., color,
    35mm.

    Summary: Portrays the gentle washing action of the General Electric
    Wringer Washer.

    © General Electric Co.; 22Apr49; MP4419.


  THE DISAPPEARANCE OF ROGER TREMAYNE. SEE Missing Ten Days.


  DISASTER. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1948. 60 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A melodrama in which a man who is wanted for murder becomes
    a steeplejack in an effort to elude the police.

    Credits: Producers, William H. Pine, William C. Thomas; director,
    William H. Pine; original screenplay, Thomas Ahearn; film editor,
    Howard Smith.

    Cast: Richard Denning, Trudy Marshall, Damian O'Flynn, Will Wright,
    James Millican.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 3Dec48; LP1991.


  DISCIPLINE. Atlas Educational Film Co. 2 reels, sd. © Atlas
    Educational Film Co.; title & descr., 17Jun43; 6 prints, 3Jun43;
    MU13679.

    Appl. author: Stacy A. Van Petten.

    1. Giving Orders.

    2. Reprimanding.


  DISCOVERIES OF SCIENCE. Presented by the Philadelphia Milk Exchange.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © Philadelphia Milk Exchange; title & descr., 16Dec40; 94 prints,
    21Dec40; MU10684.


  DISCOVERY. 9 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. The 2d version of "Discovery"
    based on a previously issued picture of this title, with scenes from
    "Little America" added.

    © Richard Evelyn Byrd; title, descr., & 8 prints, 17Jan47; MU1517.


  DISCOVERY AND EXPLORATION; early North America: 1492–1700. Erpi
    Classroom Films, Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd. With teacher's handbook.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.; 30Dec42; MP14221.


  DISCUSSION IN DEMOCRACY. Coronet, c1948. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Presents a program for participants in a discussion; shows
    the relation of organized discussion to the political life of a
    democratic society; and points out how discussion may be used for
    assembling information, reconciling different points of view, and
    reaching agreement on a course of action.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, William G. Brink.

    © David A. Smart; 14Dec48; MP3713.


  DISH DRUDGERY. General Electric Co., c1949. 1/2 min., sd., color,
    35mm.

    Summary: Features the work-saving values of the General Electric
    Dishwasher.

    © General Electric Co.; 22Apr49; MP4406.


  DISHONORED LADY. Hunt Stromberg Productions, c1947. 85 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the play by Edward Sheldon and Margaret Ayer Barnes.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Chertok; director, Robert Stevenson;
    screenplay, Edmund H. North; music, Carmen Dragon; film editor, John
    M. Foley.

    Cast: Hedy Lamarr, Dennis O'Keefe, John Loder, William Lundigan.

    © Mars Film Corp.; 16May47; LP1003.


  THE DISILLUSIONED BLUE BIRD. c1944. Presented by Columbia. 668 ft.,
    sd., color. (A Color Rhapsody)

    Credits: Producer, Dave Fleischer; director, Howard Swift; story,
    Edward Seward; animation, Jim Armstrong, Grant Simmons; original
    calypso music, Sir Lancelot; music director, Eddie Kilfeather.
    Technicolor.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 26May44; LP12772.


  A DISPATCH FROM REUTER'S. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1940. 10
    reels, sd. A Warner Bros.-First National picture. From a story by
    Valentine Williams and Wolfgang Wilhelm.

    Credits: Director, William Dieterle; screenplay, Milton Krims;
    music, Max Steiner.

    © Warner Bros. Picture, Inc.; 19Oct40; LP9984.


  DISPOSSESSED BLUES. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1943. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 5Jul43; MP13717.


  DISTANCE RACES. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in collaboration
    with the Amateur Athletic Union, Lawson Robertson, Dean Cromwell,
    and Brutus Hamilton, c1946. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Afrikaans
    version. Title on script: "Afstandlope."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 22Jun46; MP1868.


  DISTRIBUTING AMERICA'S GOODS; what does it cost? Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 14Mar46; MP333.


  DISTRIBUTING HEAT ENERGY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in
    collaboration with H. Horton Sheldon, c1946. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Afrikaans version. Title on script: "Verspreiding van
    Warmte-Energie."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 18Jun46; MP1859.


  DISTRIBUTION OF FOODS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd., 16mm. (World Food Problems, no. 3)

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 31May46; MP645.


  DIVE BOMBER. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1941. 132 min., sd., color.
    From a story by Frank Wead.

    Credits: Associate producer, Robert Lord; director, Michael Curtiz;
    screenplay, Frank Wead, Robert Buckner; film editor, George Amy.
    Technicolor.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 30Aug41; LP10687.


  DIVE-HI CHAMPS. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd., 35mm.
    (Grantland Rice Sportlight)

    Credits: Narrator, Ted Husing.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 1Nov46; MP1296.


  DIVING ACES. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1946. 820 ft., sd., 35mm. (The
    World of Sports)

    Credits: Director, Harry Foster; commentator, Bill Stern;
    photographer, Jack Etra.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 30May46; MP1088.


  DIVING CHAMPIONS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1948. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (The World of Sports, no. 140)

    Summary: A demonstration of expert diving.

    Credits: Producer and director, Harry Foster; commentator, Bill
    Stern; music, Jack Shaindlin; editor, Dan Heiss.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 23Sep48; MP3507.


  DIVING DANDIES. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1946. 1 reel, sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Paul Douglas' Sports Review)

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; music score, L. DeFrancesco;
    photographer, Jack Kuhne; film editor, Russ Sheilds. Technicolor.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 15Mar46; MP1090.


  DIVING DAREDEVILS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1943. 830 ft., sd. (The
    World of Sports, no. 86)

    Credits: Director, Harry Foster; commentator, Bill Stern;
    photographer, Burgi Contner.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 26Feb43; MP13423.


  DIVING DEMONS. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1940. 1 reel, sd. (Grantland
    Rice Sportlight)

    Credits: Narrator, Ted Husing.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 6Sep40; MP10454.


  DIVING THRILLS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 832 ft., sd. (World of
    Sports, no. 70)

    Credits: Commentator, Bill Stern; music score, Jack Schaindlin;
    photography, J. Burgi Contner; editor, Harry Foster.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 2May41; MP11784.


  DIVORCE. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1945. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producers, Jeffrey Bernerd, Kay Francis; director, William
    Nigh; original story, Sidney Sutherland; screenplay, Sidney
    Sutherland, Harvey H. Gates; music director, Eddie Kay; cameraman,
    Harry Neumann.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 2Jul45; LP13695.


  DIXIE. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1943. 9 reels, sd., color. From a
    story by William Rankin.

    Credits: Associate producer, Paul Jones; director, A. Edward
    Sutherland; screenplay, Karl Tunberg, Darrell Ware; adaptation,
    Claude Binyon; music director, Robert Emmett Dolan; vocal
    arrangements, Joseph J. Lilley; editor, William Shea. Technicolor.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 24Jun43; LP12571.


  DIXIE DUGAN. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1942. 5,997 ft., sd.
    Based upon the character created by J. P. McEvoy.

    Credits: Director, Otto Brower; screenplay, Lee Loeb, Harold
    Buchman; music directors, Emil Newman, Arthur Lange.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 13Nov42; LP11986.


  DIXIE JAMBOREE. PRC Pictures, Inc., c1945. 8 reels, sd. Based on
    original story by Lawrence E. Taylor.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Schwarz; director, Christy Cabanne;
    screenplay, Sam Neuman; music arranger, Rudy Schrager; film editor,
    Robert Crandall.

    © PRC Pictures, Inc.; 15Aug45; LP13618.


  DIXIE POINTERS. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd. (Grantland
    Rice Sportlight)

    Credits: Director, Russell T. Ervin; narrator, Ted Husing.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 21Feb46; MP218.


  DIXIE RHYTHM. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 23Apr45; MP15866.


  DIXIELAND JAMBOREE. The Vitaphone Corp., c1946. 10 min., sd., 35mm.
    (Melody Master Band)

    Credits: Producer, Gordon Hollingshead.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 24Apr46; MP594.


  THE DIZZY ACROBAT. c1943. Presented by Universal. 1 reel, sd., color.
    (A Walt Lantz Cartune)

    Credits: Story, Ben Hardaway, Milt Schaffer; animation, Emery
    Hawkins; music, Darrell Calker. Technicolor.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc. & Walter Lantz Productions; 19May43;
    MP13613.


  THE DIZZY DANCE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 31Dec42; MP13231.


  DIZZY DETECTIVES. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1943. 1,681 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Jules White; story and screenplay, Felix Adler.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 5Feb43; LP11960.


  DIZZY DOINGS. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1941. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Will Cowan; director, Reginald LeBorg;
    music director, Charles Previn; orchestrations, Milton Rosen; film
    editor, Charles Maynard.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 22Aug41; LP10675.


  DIZZY KITTY. Universal Pictures Co., Inc. and Walter Lantz
    Productions, c1941. 1 reel, sd., color. (A Walter Lantz Cartune) A
    Walter Lantz production.

    Credits: Director, Walter Lantz; story, Ben Hardaway; music, Darrell
    Calker.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc. and Walter Lantz Productions; 4Apr41;
    MP11037.


  DIZZY NEWSREEL. Distributed by Columbia Pictures Corp., c1943. 647
    ft., sd. (Phantasy, no. 29)

    Credits: Producer, Dave Fleischer; director, Al Geiss; story, Sam
    Cobean; animation, Chick Otterstrom, Grant Simmons; music, Paul
    Worth.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 13Aug43; LP12229.


  DIZZY PILOTS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1943. 1,537 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Jules White; story and screenplay, Clyde
    Bruckman.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 24Sep43; LP12278.


  DO I WORRY? Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Jun41; MP11278.


  DO I WORRY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 11Oct43; MP14034.


  DO NOTHIN' TILL YOU HEAR FROM ME. Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc., c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 10Jul44; MP14996.


  DO OR DIET. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1946. 18 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Producer, George Bilson; director and author of screenplay,
    Hal Yates; film editor, Edward W. Williams.

    Cast: Edgar Kennedy, Florence Lake, Jack Rice, Dot Farley.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 31Dec46; LP922.


  DO THE HULA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 28Dec44; MP15514.


  DO WORDS EVER FOOL YOU? Coronet, c1948. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: A group of children learns that words have different
    meanings for different people and that words sometimes play tricks.
    The children are urged to use words thoughtfully and to fix their
    attention on the concept that the word represents. For elementary
    grades.

    Credits: Collaborator, Viola Theman.

    © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 16Mar48;
    MP3112.


  DO YOU BELIEVE IN DREAMS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    Inc., c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 14Aug44; MP15102.


  DO YOU EVER THINK OF ME. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 27Oct41; MP11714.


  DO YOU LOVE ME. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1946. 8,030 ft.,
    sd., 35mm. Based on a story by Bert Granat.

    Credits: Director, Gregory Ratoff; screenplay, Robert Ellis, Helen
    Logan; music directors, Emil Newman, Charles Henderson.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 2May46; LP406.


  DO YOU REMEMBER. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1945. 1 reel, sd.
    (Lew Lehr's Dribble-Puss Parade)

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; music score, L. deFrancesco; film
    editor, Russ Sheilds.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 22Jun45; MP16232.


  DOCKS OF NEW ORLEANS. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1948. 64 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on the character, Charlie Chan, created by Earl
    Derr Biggers.

    Summary: Charlie Chan solves three murders and saves a secret
    chemical formula from thieves. Setting, New Orleans.

    Credits: Producer, James S. Burkett; director, Derwin Abrahams;
    screenplay, W. Scott Darling; music director, Edward J. Kay; film
    editor, Ace Herman.

    Cast: Roland Winters, Victor Sen Young, Mantan Moreland, John
    Gallaudet, Virginia Dale.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 21Mar48; LP1610.


  DOCKS OF NEW YORK. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1945. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producers, Sam Katzman, Jack Dietz; director, Wallace Fox;
    original screenplay, Harvey Gates; photography, Ira Morgan; film
    editor, William Austin.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 2Feb45; LP13179.


  THE DOCTOR. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1947. 11 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: A teaching film for primary and middle grades which shows
    the activities of a pediatrician at his office, at the hospital, and
    in a patient's home.

    Credits: Collaborator, Louis W. Sauer.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 3Dec47; MP2634.


  THE DOCTOR AND THE GIRL. Loew's Inc., c1949. 97 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    An MGM picture. Based on a literary work by Maxence van der Meersch.

    Summary: Because of his love for a poor girl, a young doctor gives
    up a brilliant future to become a humanitarian.

    Credits: Producer, Pandro S. Berman; director, Curtis Bernhardt;
    screenplay, Theodore Reeves; music director, Rudolph G. Kopp; film
    editor, Ferris Webster.

    Cast: Glenn Ford, Charles Coburn, Gloria de Haven, Janet Leigh,
    Bruce Bennett.

    © Loew's Inc.; 7Sep49; LP2507.


  DR. BROADWAY. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1942. 7 reels, sd. From a
    story by Borden Chase.

    Credits: Producer, Sol C. Siegel; director, Anthony Mann;
    screenplay, Art Arthur; photographer, Theodor Sparkuhl; film editor,
    Arthur Schmidt.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 1May42; LP11498.


  DR. CHRISTIAN MEETS THE WOMEN. c1940, 67 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, William Stephens; director, William McGann;
    original screenplay, Marion Orth; music, C. Bakaleinikoff; film
    editor, Edward Mann.

    Appl. author: Stephens-Lang Productions, Inc.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 5Jul40; LP9815.


  DR. CYCLOPS. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1940. 8 reels, sd., color.

    Credits: Producer, Dale Van Every; director, Ernest B. Schoedsack;
    original screenplay, Tom Kilpatrick; music score, Ernst Toch, Gerard
    Carbonara, Albert Hay Malotte; photography, Henry Sharp; film
    editor, Ellsworth Hoagland. Technicolor.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 12Apr40; LP9542.


  DR. EHRLICH'S MAGIC BULLET. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1940. 103
    min., sd. From an idea by Norman Burnside.

    Credits: Director, William Dieterle; original screenplay, John
    Huston, Heinz Herald, Norman Burnside; music, Max Steiner; music
    director, Leo F. Forbstein; orchestral arrangements, Hugo
    Friedhofer; film editor, Warren Low.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 2Mar40; LP9451.


  DOCTOR, FEEL MY PULSE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1944. 1,632 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Jules White; story and screenplay, Felix Adler.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 21Jan44; LP12482.


  DR. GILLESPIE'S CRIMINAL CASE. Loew's Inc., c1943. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 9 reels, sd., b&w. Based on the characters
    created by Max Brand [pseud. of Frederick Faust].

    Credits: Director, Willis Goldbeck; original screenplay, Martin
    Berkeley, Harry Ruskin, Lawrence P. Bachmann; music score, Daniele
    Amfitheatrof; film editor, Frank Hull.

    © Loew's Inc.; 6May43; LP12074.


  DR. GILLESPIE'S NEW ASSISTANT. Loew's Inc., c1942. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 9 reels, sd., b&w. Based upon the characters
    created by Max Brand [pseud. of Frederick Faust].

    Credits: Director, Willis Goldbeck; original screenplay, Harry
    Ruskin, Willis Goldbeck, Lawrence P. Bachmann; music score, Daniele
    Amfitheatrof; film editor, Ralph Winters.

    © Loew's Inc.; 13Nov42; LP11698.


  DOCTOR IN INDUSTRY; the story of Kenneth W. Randall, M. D. Presented
    by General Motors Corp. 5 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm.

    © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title, descr., & 10 prints,
    25Apr46; MU496.


  DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 13 reels, sd., b&w. Based on the novel by
    Robert Louis Stevenson.

    Credits: Producer and director, Victor Fleming; screenplay, John Lee
    Mahin; music score, Franz Waxman; film editor, Harold F. Kress.

    © Loew's Inc.; 17Jul41; LP10628.


  DR. JEKYLL AND MR. MOUSE. Loew's Inc., c1947. 8 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (An MGM Cartoon) (Tom and Jerry Cartoon)

    Credits: Producer, Fred Quimby; directors, William Hanna, Joseph
    Barbera; animation, Ed Barge, Michael Lah, Kenneth Muse, Al
    Grandmain; music, Scott Bradley.

    © Loew's Inc.; 4Jun47; LP1038.


  DR. KILDARE GOES HOME. Loew's Inc., c1940. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 8 reels, sd., b&w. Based on an original story
    by Max Brand [pseud. of Frederick Faust] and Willis Goldbeck.

    Credits: Director, Harold S. Bucquet; screenplay, Harry Ruskin,
    Willis Goldbeck; music score, David Snell; film editor, Howard
    O'Neill.

    © Loew's Inc.; 5Sep40; LP9894.


  DR. KILDARE'S CRISIS. Loew's Inc., c1940. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 8 reels, sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Harold S. Bucquet; original story, Max Brand,
    Willis Goldbeck; screenplay, Harry Ruskin, Willis Goldbeck; music
    score, David Snell; film editor, Gene Ruggiero.

    © Loew's Inc.; 26Nov40; LP10098.


  DR. KILDARE'S STRANGE CASE. Loew's Inc., c1940. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 8 reels, sd., b&w. Based on an original story
    by Max Brand [pseud. of Frederick Faust] and Willis Goldbeck.

    Credits: Director, Harold S. Bucquet; screenplay, Harry Ruskin,
    Willis Goldbeck; music score, David Snell; film editor, Gene
    Ruggiero.

    © Loew's Inc.; 9Apr40; LP9547.


  DR. KILDARE'S VICTORY. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 9 reels, sd., b&w. From a story by Joseph
    Harrington. Based upon the characters created by Max Brand [pseud.
    of Frederick Faust].

    Credits: Director, W. S. Van Dyke, II; screenplay, Harry Ruskin,
    Willis Goldbeck; music score, Lennie Hayton; film editor, Frank E.
    Hull.

    © Loew's Inc.; 26Nov41; LP10882.


  DR. KILDARE'S WEDDING DAY. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 8 reels, sd., b&w. Based upon the characters
    created by Max Brand [pseud. of Frederick Faust].

    Credits: Director, Harold S. Bucquet; story, Ormond Ruthven,
    Lawrence P. Bachmann; screenplay, Willis Goldbeck, Harry Ruskin;
    music score, Bronislau Kaper; film editor, Conrad A. Nervig.

    © Loew's Inc.; 12Aug41; LP10668.


  DOCTOR OF PAINTINGS. SEE Variety Views, no. 146.


  DOCTOR OF THE OLD SCHOOL. SEE Hills of Home.


  DR. RENAULT'S SECRET. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1942. 5,209
    ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Harry Lachman; screenplay, William Bruckner,
    Robert F. Metzler; music, David Raksin, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 11Dec42; LP11846.


  THE DOCTOR SPEAKS HIS MIND. Caravel Films, Inc. for the American
    Cancer Society, c1948. 22 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Designed for the layman, this film describes some common
    symptoms of cancer, and stresses the importance of early diagnosis.

    Appl. author: Edward R. Murkland.

    © American Cancer Society, Caravel Films, Inc.; 26Oct48; MP3932.


  THE DOCTOR TAKES A WIFE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Alexander Hall; story, Aleen Leslie; screenplay,
    George Seaton, Ken Englund; music director, M. W. Stoloff; film
    editor, Viola Lawrence.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 27Apr40; LP9593.


  DOCTOR'S DIAGNOSIS. Jam Handy Organization, Inc. Presented by
    Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp. b&w, 35mm.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 18Apr47; 3 prints,
    21Apr47; MU1953.


  DOCTORS DON'T TELL. c1941. Presented by Republic Pictures. 7 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Albert J. Cohen; director, Jacques
    Tourneur; original story, Theodore Reeves; screenplay, Theodore
    Reeves, Isabel Dawn; music director, Cy Feuer; photographer, Ernest
    Miller; film editor, Edward Mann.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 27Aug41; LP10696.


  DOES YOU DO, OR DOES YOU DON'T. Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 5Aug46; MP926.


  DOG, CAT AND CANARY. c1945. Presented by Columbia. 576 ft.; sd.,
    color. (A Color Rhapsody)

    Credits: Director, Howard Swift; story, Grant Simmons; animation,
    Jim Armstrong, Volus Jones; music, Eddie Kilfeather. Technicolor.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 5Jan45; LP13148.


  DOG-HOUSE. Loew's Inc., c1943. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 912
    ft., sd., b&w. (A Pete Smith Specialty)

    Credits: Written and directed by Robert Wilmot; film editor, Philip
    Anderson.

    © Loew's Inc.; 15Jun43; LP12135.


  A DOG IN A MANSION. Distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.,
    c1940. Presented by Paul Terry. 1 reel, sd., b&w. (Terrytoon)

    Credits: Director, Eddie Donnelly; story, John Foster; music, Philip
    A. Scheib.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 12Jan40; MP9885.


  THE DOG IN THE ORCHARD. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1941. 20 min.
    (Broadway Brevities) By Mary Roberts Rinehart.

    Credits: Director, Jean Negulesco; screenplay, Owen Crump.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 25Jan41; LP10196.


  DOG MEETS DOG. Distributed by Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 727 ft.,
    sd. (Phantasy, no. 15)

    Credits: Frank Tashlin, Alec Geiss, Chic Otterstrom, Jack Cosgriff,
    Eddie Kilfeather.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 12Mar42; LP11226.


  DOG OF THE SEVEN SEAS. SEE Variety Views, no. 152.


  DOG OF THE WILD. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1949. 21 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (My Pal, no. 1)

    Summary: A lonely boy finds comradeship in the stray dog that saves
    his life.

    Credits: Producer, George Bilson; director, Frank McDonald;
    screenplay, Hattie Bilson; film editor, Edward W. Williams.

    Cast: Gary Gray, Jonathan Hale, Norman Ollestad, Anne Nagel, Flame.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 7Oct49; LP2673.


  DOG SENSE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1943. 1 reel, sd. (Ed
    Thorgersen's Sports Review)

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; director, Tom Cummiskey;
    photography, William Storz; film editor, Russ Sheilds.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 3Sep43; MP14774.


  THE DOG SHOW-OFF. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1948. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Little Lulu Cartoon)

    Credits: Director, Seymour Kneitel; story, I. Klein, Jack Mercer;
    animators, Myron Waldman, Gordon Whittier, Nick Tafuri, Irving
    Dressler, Wm. B. Pattengil.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 30Jan48; LP1637.


  DOG TALE. SEE Variety Views, no. 149.


  DOG TAX DODGERS. Walter Lantz Productions, Inc. Released by United
    Artists., c1948. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Walter Lantz Cartune)

    Credits: Director, Dick Lundy; story, Ben Hardaway, Heck Allen;
    animation, Verne Harding, Pat Matthews; music, Darrell Calker.

    © Walter Lantz Productions, Inc.; 26Nov48; MP3514.


  DOG TIRED. Released by Warner Bros., c1942. 7 min., sd., color.
    (Merrie Melodies)

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; animation, Philip Monroe; music
    director; Carl W. Stalling. Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 6May42; MP12452.


  DOG TROUBLE. Loew's Inc., c1942. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 721
    ft., sd., color. (An MGM Cartoon)

    Credits: Directors, William Hanna, Joseph Barbera, music, Scott
    Bradley. Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 22Apr42; LP11576.


  DOG WATCH. Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1945. 1 reel,
    sd., color. (A Walt Disney Pluto)

    Credits: Director, Charles Nichols; story, Eric Gurney; animation,
    Norman Tate, Marvin Woodward, George Nicholas, Jerry Hathcock;
    music, Oliver Wallace. Technicolor.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 2Jan45; LP13213.


  DOGGONE CATS. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1947. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Merrie Melodies)

    Credits: Director, Arthur Davis; story, Lloyd Turner, Bill Scott;
    animation, Basil Davidovich, J. C. Melendez, Don Williams, Emery
    Hawkins.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 30Nov47; MP3016.


  DOGGONE CLEVER. RKO Pathe. Inc., c1948. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Sportscope, no. 8)

    Summary: Shows bird dogs—spaniels, Labrador retrievers, setters, and
    pointers—in training and at work in the field.

    Credits: Producer, Jay Bonafield; script, Burton Benjamin; narrator,
    Andre Baruch; music, Nathaniel Shilkret; editor, David Cooper.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 2Apr48; MP2990.


  DOGGONE TIRED. Loew's Inc., c1949. 8 min., sd., color, 35mm. (An MGM
    Cartoon)

    Credits: Producer, Fred Quimby; director, Tex Avery; story, Rich
    Hogan, Jack Cosgriff; animation, Bob Cannon, Michael Lah, Grant
    Simmons, Walter Clinton; music, Scott Bradley.

    © Loew's Inc.; 17Jun49 (in notice: 1948); LP2459.


  DOGIE ROUND UP. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1944. 10 min., sd.,
    color. (Sports Parade)

    Credits: Producers, Blumenthal, Heilner; director, Andre De La
    Varre; narrator, Knox Manning. Technicolor.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 24May44; MP14867.


  A DOG'S DREAM. Distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1941.
    Presented by Paul Terry. 1 reel, sd. (A Terrytoon)

    Credits: Producer, Paul Terry; director, Eddie Donnelly; story, John
    Foster; music, Philip A. Scheib.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 2May41; MP11323.


  DOGS FOR SHOW. SEE Variety Views, no. 136.


  DOGS YOU SELDOM SEE. Vitagraph, Inc., c1940. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Directed and written by Del Frazier; commentator, Knox
    Manning.

    © Vitagraph, Inc.; 2Nov40; MP10651.


  DOIN' IT FOR DEFENSE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., 22May44; MP14859.


  DOIN' THE ARGENTINE. Featurettes, Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Nato Simone, Raul Remando.

    © Featurettes, Inc.; 20Oct41; MP11835.


  DOIN' THE HOT FOOT. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 6Jul42; MP12736.


  DOIN' THE RATAMACUE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 9Feb42; MP12174.


  DOIN' THE TOWN. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1941. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Will Cowan; director, Larry Ceballos;
    music director, Charles Previn; orchestrations, Milton Rosen; film
    editor, Charles Maynard.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 3Nov41; LP10809.


  DOIN' THEIR BIT. Loew's Inc., c1942. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    999 ft., sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Herbert Glazer; film editor, Leon Bourgeau.

    © Loew's Inc.; 9Jul42; LP11471.


  DOIN' YOU GOOD. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Dec45; MP136.


  DOING IMPOSSIBLE STUNTS. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1940. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; story, Jack Ward; animation, Tom
    Johnson, Frank Endres.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 2Aug40; LP9824.


  DOING THEIR BIT. Terrytoons, Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd., color. (A
    Terrytoon)

    Credit: Technicolor.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 30Oct42; MP14669.


  DOLL FACE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1946. 7,203 ft., sd.
    From a play by Louise Hovick.

    Credits: Director, Lewis Seiler; screenplay, Leonard Praskins;
    adaptation, Harold Buchman; music directors, Emil Newman, Charles
    Henderson.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 1Jan46; LP151.


  THE DOLLY SISTERS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1945. 10,251
    ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Irving Cummings; original screenplay, John
    Larkin, Marian Spitzer; music directors, Alfred Newman, Charles
    Henderson.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 5Oct45; LP101.


  DOLORES. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1 reel,
    sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 8Sep41; MP11547.


  DOLWYN. London Film Productions, Ltd., c1949. 95 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Released in England under the title "The Last Days of Dolwyn."

    Summary: A local-color story of the people of a tiny Welsh village
    who fear upheaval from their valley-home, which is to be flooded in
    order to provide water for nearby Lancashire. Setting, Wales in
    1892.

    Credits: Producer, Anatole de Grunwald; written and directed by
    Emlyn Williams; music, John Greenwood; editor, Maurice Rootes.

    Cast: Dame Edith Evans, Richard Burton, Anthony James, Emlyn
    Williams, Alan Aynesworth.

    © London Film Productions, Inc.; 21Apr49; LP2593.


  DOMINANCE, NEUROSIS AND AGGRESSION. Jules H. Masserman. 25 min., 16mm.

    © Jules H. Masserman; title, descr., & 2 prints, 23Mar44; MU14643.


  THE DOMINEERING MALE. Loew's Inc., c1940. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 944 ft., sd., b&w. (A Pete Smith Specialty)

    Credits: Story and direction, John Hines; film editor, Philip
    Anderson.

    © Loew's Inc.; 13Mar40; LP9569.


  THE DOMINION OF SPORTS. Released by Warner Bros., c1946. 10 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (The Sports Parade)

    Credits: Director, Van Campen Heilner; narrator, Knox Manning.
    Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 1Oct46; MP1185.


  THE DON COSSACK CHORUS. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1942. 10 min.,
    sd. (Melody Masters Band)

    Credits: Director, Jean Negulesco.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 25Apr42; MP12408.


  DON JUAN QUILLIGAN. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1945. 6,780
    ft., sd. From a story by Herbert C. Lewis.

    Credits: Director, Frank Tuttle; screenplay, Arthur Kober, Frank
    Gabrielson; music director, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 13Jun45; LP13382.


  DON MCNEILL; 1941 Easter ham short. Presented by Swift & Co. sd.,
    color.

    Credits: Technicolor.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © Swift & Co.; title & descr., 27Mar41; 44 prints, 28Mar41; MU10990.


  DON RICARDO RETURNS. c1946. Presented by P.R.C. Pictures, Inc. 7
    reels, sd., 35mm.

    Credits: Producer, J. S. Burkett; director, T. O. Morse; original
    story, Johnston McCully; screenplay, Jack De Witt, Renault Duncan;
    music, Alexander Steinert; film editor, George McGuire.

    © Pathe Industries, Inc,; 5Nov46; LP686.


  DON WINSLOW OF THE COAST GUARD. Universal Pictures Co., Inc.,
    c1942–43. 2 reels each, sd. Based on the newspaper feature "Don
    Winslow of the Navy." © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.

    Credits: Associate producer, Henry MacRae; directors, Ray Taylor,
    Lewis D. Collins; screenplay, Paul Huston, Griffin Jay, George H.
    Plympton; musical director, H. J. Salter; photography, William
    Sickner, John Boyle; editors, Al Todd, Irving Birnbaum, Edgar Zane.

    1. Trapped in the Blazing Sea. © 22Dec42; LP11748.

    2. Battling a U-Boat! © 22Dec42; LP11749.

    3. The Crash in the Clouds. © 22Dec42; LP11750.

    4. The Scorpion Strikes. © 29Jan43; LP11823.

    5. A Flaming Target. © 29Jan43; LP11824.

    6. Ramming the Submarine. © 29Jan43; LP11825.

    7. Bombed in the Ocean Depths. © 5Feb43; LP11849.

    8. Blackout Treachery. © 5Feb43; LP11850.

    9. The Torpedo Strikes. © 5Feb43; LP11851.

    10. Blasted from the Skies. © 5Feb43; LP11852.

    11. A Fight to the Death. © 27Apr43; LP12182.

    12. The Death Trap. © 27Apr43; LP12211.

    13. Capturing the Scorpion! © 27Apr43; LP12208.


  DON WINSLOW OF THE NAVY. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1941. 2 reels
    each (no. 1, 3 reels). © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.

    Credits: Directors, Ford Beebe, Ray Taylor; screenplay, Paul Huston,
    Griffin Jay; screen adaptation, Morgan B. Cox.

    1. The Human Torpedo. © 24Oct41; LP10798.

    2. Flaming Death! © 29Oct41; LP10804.

    3. Weapons of Horror! © 29Oct41; LP10805.

    4. Towering Doom. © 18Nov41; LP10820.

    5. Trapped in the Dungeon! © 19Nov41; LP10821.

    6. Menaced by Man-Eaters! © 25Nov41; LP10844.

    7. Bombed by the Enemy! © 5Dec41; LP10874.

    8. The Chamber of Doom. © 16Dec41; LP10904.

    9. Wings of Destruction. © 16Dec41; LP10905.

    10. Fighting Fathoms Deep! © 24Dec41; LP10937.

    11. Caught in the Caverns. © 24Dec41; LP10938.

    12. The Scorpion Strangled! © 24Dec41; LP10939.


  DONALD DUCK AND THE GORILLA. Walt Disney Productions, c1944. 1 reel.
    (A Walt Disney Donald Duck)

    © Walt Disney Productions; 11Feb44; LP12702.


  DONALD GETS DRAFTED. Walt Disney Productions, c1942. 1 reel, sd.,
    color. (A Walt Disney Donald Duck)

    © Walt Disney Productions; 27Jan42; LP11166.


  DONALD'S CAMERA. Walt Disney Productions, c1941. 1 reel, sd. (A Walt
    Disney Donald Duck)

    © Walt Disney Productions; 18Jul41; LP10730.


  DONALD'S CRIME. Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel, sd., color. (A Walt Disney Donald Duck)

    Credits: Director, Jack King; story, Ralph Wright; animation, Paul
    Allen, Don Towsley, Josh Meador, Harvey Toombs; music, Edward Plumb.
    Technicolor.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 1Jan45; LP13211.


  DONALD'S DILEMMA. Walt Disney Productions, c1947. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm.

    Credits: Director, Jack King; story, Roy Williams; animation, Don
    Towsley, Emery Hawkins, Ed Aardal, Sandy Strother; music, Oliver
    Wallace.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 13Mar47; LP1118.


  DONALD'S DOG LAUNDRY. Walt Disney Productions, c1940. 1 reel. (A Walt
    Disney Donald Duck)

    © Walt Disney Productions; 15Feb40; LP9504.


  DONALD'S DOUBLE TROUBLE. Walt Disney Productions, c1946. 1 reel, sd.
    (A Walt Disney Donald Duck)

    Credits: Director, Jack King; story, Roy Williams; animation, Don
    Towsley, Fred Kopietz, Tom Massey, Sandy Strother; music, Oliver
    Wallace.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 3Apr46; LP336.


  DONALD'S DREAM VOICE. Walt Disney Productions, c1947. 1 reel, sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Donald Duck Cartoon)

    Credits: Director, Jack King; story, Roy Williams; animation, Ed
    Aardal, Paul Allen, Emery Hawkins, Frank McSavage; music, Oliver
    Wallace.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 23Jul47; LP1719.


  DONALD'S GARDEN. Walt Disney Productions, c1942. 1 reel, sd. (A Walt
    Disney Donald Duck)

    © Walt Disney Productions; 21Jan42; LP11288.


  DONALD'S GOLD MINE. Walt Disney Productions, c1942. 1 reel, sd. (A
    Walt Disney Donald Duck)

    © Walt Disney Productions; 19Feb42; LP11428.


  DONALD'S HAPPY BIRTHDAY. Walt Disney Productions, c1948. 1 reel, sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Donald Duck Cartoon)

    Credits: Director, Jack Hannah; story, Nick George, Bill Berg;
    animation, Bob Carlson, Bill Justice, Volus Jones, Jack Boyd; music,
    Oliver Wallace.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 30Jan48; LP1983.


  DONALD'S OFF DAY. Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures Inc., c1944. 1
    reel, sd., color. (A Walt Disney Donald Duck)

    Credits: Director, Jack Hannah; story, Bill Berg, Dick Shaw;
    animation, Judge Whitaker, Harvey Toombs, Art Scott, John Reed;
    music, Paul J. Smith. Technicolor.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 21Sep44; LP13133.


  DONALD'S SNOW FIGHT. Walt Disney Productions, c1942. 1 reel, sd. (A
    Walt Disney Donald Duck)

    © Walt Disney Productions; 15Jan42; LP11167.


  DONALD'S TIRE TROUBLE. Walt Disney Productions, c1942. 1 reel, sd. (A
    Walt Disney Donald Duck)

    © Walt Disney Productions; 24Aug42; LP11870.


  DONALD'S VACATION. Walt Disney Productions, c1940. 1 reel. (A Walt
    Disney Donald Duck)

    © Walt Disney Productions; 21Jun40; LP9867.


  DONOVAN'S BRAIN. SEE The Lady and the Monster.


  DON'T BE A BABY, BABY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1946. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Producer and director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 22Jul46; MP897.


  DON'T BE A JOE. Presented by Rhythm Shorts, Inc. sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Appl. author: Hal Seeger.

    © Rhythm Shorts, Inc.; title, descr., & 11 prints, 8May47; MU1994.


  DON'T BE AN ABSENTEE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1943. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 20Sep43; MP13962.


  DON'T BE LATE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 23Apr45; MP15867.


  DON'T BLAME ME. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 5Mar45; MP15659.


  DON'T BRING YOUR BLUES TO ME. Video Varieties Corp. 3 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: Shorty Warren and his six-piece cowboy orchestra play and
    sing "Don't Bring Your Blues to Me."

    © Video Varieties Corp.; title & descr., 13Sep49; 3 prints, 18May49;
    MU4523.


  DON'T CHANGE YOUR JOB. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1943. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 31Dec43; MP14445.


  DON'T CRY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 1Feb41; MP11124.


  DON'T CRY BABY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 22May44; MP14860.


  DON'T FENCE ME IN. c1945. Presented by Republic Pictures. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Donald H. Brown; director, John
    English; original screenplay, Dorrell McGowan, Stuart E. McGowan;
    music director, Morton Scott; orchestral arrangements, Dale Butts;
    photographer, William Bradford; film editor, Charles Craft.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 11Oct45; LP13524.


  DON'T FOOL YOUR WIFE. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1948. 18 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Producer, George Bilson; direction and screenplay, Charles
    E. Roberts; film editor, Edward W. Williams.

    Cast: Leon Errol, Dorothy Granger, Steven Flagg, Suzi Crandall,
    Lotte Stein.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 5Mar48; LP1566.


  DON'T GAMBLE WITH STRANGERS. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1946. 7 reels,
    sd., 35mm.

    Credits: Producer, Jeffrey Bernerd; director, William Beaudine;
    screenplay, Caryl Coleman, Harvey Gates; photographer, William
    Sickner; film editor, William Austin.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 27May46; LP340.


  DON'T GET AROUND MUCH ANY MORE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc., c1943. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 23Aug43; MP13855.


  DON'T GET PERSONAL. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1942. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Charles Lamont; original story, Bernard Feins;
    screenplay, Hugh Wedlock, Jr., Howard Snyder.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 2Jan42; LP10936.


  DON'T LET JULIA FOOL YA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 26Jan42; MP12145.


  DON'T LIE. Loew's Inc., c1942. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 985
    ft., sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Edward Cahn; screenplay, Hal Law, Robert McGowan;
    film editor, Leon Bourgeau.

    © Loew's Inc.; 14Apr42; LP11296.


  DON'T RUN DOWN A WOMAN. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Warren Murray.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 29Sep41; MP11627.


  DON'T SIT UNDER THE APPLE TREE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 8Jun42; MP12652.


  DON'T SQUEEZA DA BANANA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1945. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 20Aug45; MP16222.


  DON'T TAKE IT TO HEART. Two Cities Films, Ltd., London, c1944.
    Released in the U. S. through Eagle Lion Films, Inc., 1949. 90 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A bomb hit on an English castle releases a 16th century
    ghost who, with the help of a young lawyer, straightens out a
    dispute between a landowner and the villagers. A satirical comedy on
    the English nobility.

    Credits: Producer, Sydney Box; written and directed by Jeffrey Dell;
    music, Mischa Spoliansky; film editor, Frederick Wilson.

    Cast: Richard Greene, Patricia Medina, Wylie Watson, Brefni O'Rorke,
    Edward Rigby.

    © General Film Distributors, Ltd.; 15Nov44; LP2532.


  DON'T TALK. Loew's Inc., c1942. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    1,960 ft., sd., b&w. (A Crime Does Not Pay Subject)

    Credits: Director, Joe Newman; original story and screenplay, Alan
    Friedman; film editor, Harry Komer.

    © Loew's Inc.; 12Mar42; LP11363.


  DON'T TRUST YOUR HUSBAND. SEE An Innocent Affair.


  DON'T YOU BELIEVE IT. Loew's Inc., c1943. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 940 ft., sd., b&w. (John Nesbitt's Passing
    Parade) Based on an idea by Cran Chamberlin.

    Credits: Director, Edward Cahn; screenplay, Gene Piller; music
    score, Max Terr, Nathaniel Shilkret; film editor, Harry Komer.

    © Loew's Inc.; 1Jul43; LP12142.


  DON'TS FOR DIGGERS. Motion Picture Bureau, Affiliated Aetna Life
    Companies, c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    Appl. author: F. W. Bright.

    © Affiliated Aetna Life Companies; 1Apr44; MP14815.


  THE DOOLINS OF OKLAHOMA. Producers-Actors Corp. Released through
    Columbia Pictures Corp., c1949. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A Western about the lawless exploits of the Doolin gang.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Joe Brown; director, Gordon Douglas;
    screenplay, Kenneth Gamet; music score, Paul Sawtell; music
    director, M. W. Stoloff; film editor, Charles Nelson.

    Cast: Randolph Scott, George Macready, Louise Allbritton, John
    Ireland, Virginia Huston.

    © Producers Actors Corp.; 7Jul49; LP2384.


  DOOMED CARAVAN. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1941. 6 reels, sd. Based on
    characters created by Clarence E. Mulford.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Sherman; director, Lesley Selander;
    screenplay, Johnston McCulley, J. Benton Cheney; photography,
    Russell Harlan; film editor, Carrol Lewis.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 10Jan41; LP10167.


  DOOMED TO DIE. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1940. 8 reels, sd. Based on
    the "James Lee Wong" series by Hugh Wiley.

    Credits: Producer, Paul Malvern; director, William Nigh; original
    story, Ralph Bettinson; screenplay, Michel Jacoby; photography,
    Harry Neumann; film editor, Robert Golden.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 19Jul40; LP9855.


  THE DOOR TO HEAVEN. C. O. Baptista, c1941. 1 reel, 16mm.

    © C. O. Baptista; 30Jan41; MP10799.


  A DOOR WILL OPEN. Loew's Inc., c1939. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 984 ft., sd., b&w. (A Carey Wilson Miniature)

    Credits: Director, George Sidney; original story, Chandler Sprague;
    screenplay, Julian Hochfelder; music director, David Snell; film
    editor, Adrienne Fazan.

    © Loew's Inc.; 29Dec39; LP9500.


  DOPING TECHNIQUE. U. S. Navy.

    © Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.; title & descr., 21Jan42; 88
    prints, 15Jan42; MU12056.


  DOT-DOT-DOT-DASH. Soundies Distributing Corp, of America, Inc., c1943.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 19Jul43; MP13742.


  DOUBLE ALIBI. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1940, 6 reels. Based on a
    story by Frederick C. Davis.

    Credits: Director, Philip Rosen; screenplay, Harold Buchman, Roy
    Chanslor, Charles Grayson.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 16Feb40; LP9432.


  DOUBLE BARRELLED SPORT. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1948. 10 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (Grantland Rice Sportlight)

    Summary: Hunting Pintail ducks along the Columbia River in Oregon,
    and hunting Ringneck pheasants with Ralph Bellamy at Sun Valley,
    Idaho.

    Credits: Associate producers, Russel T. Ervin, Rod Warren;
    narrators. Bill Slater, Ralph Bellamy.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 20Feb48; MP2733.


  THE DOUBLE CARRICK BEND. Presented by United States Navy. sd., b&w.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title descr., 25Feb44; 9 prints,
    21Feb44; MU14518.


  DOUBLE CHASER. c1942. 1 reel, sd. (Merrie Melodies) Leon Schlesinger
    Productions.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; story, Michael Maltese;
    animation, Gerry Chiniquy; music director, Carl W. Stalling.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 27Jun42; MP12625.


  DOUBLE CROSS. Producers Releasing Corp., c1941. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, John G. Bachmann; director, Albert Kelley;
    original story, John A. Albert; screenplay, Milton Raison, Ron
    Ferguson; photography, Arthur Martinelli.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 27Jun41; LP10578.


  DOUBLE DATE. c1941. Presented by Universal Studios. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Joseph G. Sanford; director, Glenn
    Tryon; original story, Scott Darling, Erna Lazarus; screenplay,
    Scott Darling, Erna Lazarus, Agnes Christine Johnston; music
    director, Charles Previn; photography, John Boyle; film editor, Otto
    Ludwig.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 13Mar41; LP10320.


  DOUBLE DRIBBLE. Walt Disney Productions, c1946. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm.

    Credits: Director, Jack Hannah; story, Bill Berg, Milt Banta;
    animation, Bill Justice, Hugh Fraser, John Sibley, Andy Engman;
    music, Oliver Wallace.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 25Jul46; LP1122.


  DOUBLE EAGLE. Soundies Distributing Corp of America, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 25Jun45; MP16105.


  DOUBLE EXPOSURE. Paramount Pictures, Inc., c1944. 7 reels, sd. Based
    on an original story by Ralph Graves and Winston Miller.

    Credits: Producers, William H. Pine, William C. Thomas; director,
    William Berks; screenplay, Winston Miller, Maxwell Shane; editor,
    Henry Adams.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc,; 15Dec44; LP13176.


  DOUBLE HONEYMOON. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1945. 18 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, George Bilson; director, Hal Yates; screenplay,
    George Jeske, Hal Yates; film editor, Lyle Boyer.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 3Aug45; LP13663.


  DOUBLE INDEMNITY. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1944. 9,596 ft., sd. From
    the novel by James M. Cain.

    Credits: Director, Billy Wilder; screenplay, Billy Wilder, Raymond
    Chandler; music score, Miklos Rozsa.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 21Apr44; LP12748.


  A DOUBLE LIFE. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1948. 103 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. A Kanin production.

    Summary: Reality and illusion become indistinguishable in the mind
    of an actor playing the part of Othello. After strangling an
    offstage sweetheart he returns to the theatre and stabs himself
    fatally during a performance.

    Credits: Producer, Michael Kanin; director, George Cukor; script,
    Ruth Gordon, Garson Kanin; music, Miklos Rozsa; film editor, Robert
    Parrish.

    Cast: Ronald Colman, Signe Hasso, Edmond O'Brien, Shelley Winters,
    Ray Collins.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc., and Kanin Productions; 8Mar48;
    LP1706.


  DOUBLE OR NOTHING. The Vitaphone Corp., c1939. 20 min., sd. (Broadway
    Brevity)

    Credits: Director, Roy Mack; written by Cyrus D. Wood, Eddie Forman.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 23Dec39; LP9560.


  DOUBLE RHYTHM. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1946. 1,706 ft., sd., color,
    35mm. (A Paramount Musical Parade Featurette) Based on a story by
    Franz Rosenwald.

    Credits: Director, George B. Templeton; screenplay, Franz Rosenwald,
    Frank Tashlin; music director, Irvin Talbot; film editor, Helene
    Turner. Technicolor.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 20Jun46; LP562.


  THE DOUBLE TAKE. SEE I Love Trouble.


  DOUBLE TALK GIRL. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd.
    (Person-Oddity, no. 114)

    Credits: Producers, Joseph O'Brien, Thomas Mead; narrator, Tiny
    Ruffner.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 23Oct42; MP12988.


  DOUBLE TROUBLE. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1941. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Dixon R. Harwin; director, William West;
    screenplay, Jack Natteford; photography, A. Martinelli; film editor,
    Carl Pierson.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 21Nov41; LP10915.


  DOUBLE UP. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1943. 18 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director, Ben Holmes; story, Joe
    Cunningham; film editor, Robert Swink.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 29Jan43; LP12158.


  DOUBTFUL DOLLARS. Motion Picture Bureau, Aetna Casualty and Surety
    Company for the United States Secret Service, Treasury Dept., c1945.
    2 reels, sd.

    Appl. author: Stanley F. Withe.

    © Aetna Casualty and Surety Co.; 1Mar45; MP16035.


  DOUGH FOR THE DO-DO. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1949. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Merrie Melodies)

    Credits: Voice characterizations, Mel Blanc; music director, Carl
    Stalling.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 30Aug49 (in notice: 1948); MP4502.


  DOUGH RAY ME-OW. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1948. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Merrie Melodies)

    Credits: Director, Arthur Davis; story, Lloyd Turner; animation,
    Basil Davidovich, J. C. Melendez, Don Williams, Emery Hawkins.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 19Aug48; MP3247.


  DOUGHBOYS IN IRELAND. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1943. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Fier; director, Lew Landers; original
    screenplay, Howard J. Green; music director, M. W. Stoloff; film
    editor, Mel Thorsen.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 7Oct43; LP12307.


  THE DOUGHGIRLS. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1944. 102 min., sd. A
    Warner Bros.-First National picture. From the stage play by Joseph
    Fields.

    Credits: Producer, Mark Hellinger; director, James V. Kern;
    screenplay, James V. Kern and Sam Hellman; photographer, Ernest
    Haller; film editor, Folmer Blangsted.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 23Nov44; LP12958.


  DOWN ARGENTINE WAY. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1940. 8,500
    ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Irving Cummings; story, Rian James, Ralph Spence;
    screenplay, Darrell Ware, Karl Tunberg; music director, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 11Oct40; LP10260.


  DOWN DAKOTA WAY. Republic Productions, Inc., c1949. 67 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm.

    Summary: A Western in which Roy Rogers foils a plot to market
    diseased cattle.

    Credits: Associate producer, Edward J. White; director, William
    Witney; written by John K. Butler, Sloan Nibley; music, R. Dale
    Butts; film editor, Tony Martinelli.

    Cast: Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Pat Brady, Montie Montana, Elisabeth
    Risdon.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 8Sep49; LP2530.


  DOWN, DOWN, DOWN. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 31Dec42; MP13351.


  DOWN IN SAN DIEGO. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 7 reels, sd., b&w. Based on a story by Franz G.
    Spencer.

    Credits: Producer, Frederick Stephani; director, Robert B. Sinclair;
    screenplay, Harry Clork, Franz G. Spencer; music score, David Snell;
    film editor, Ben Lewis.

    © Loew's Inc.; 23Jul41; LP10627.


  DOWN MEMORY LANE. Eagle Lion Films, Inc., c1949. 73 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: A revue presenting a series of musical acts and comedy
    sequences clipped from early Mack Sennett silent and sound pictures.

    Credits: Producer, Aubrey Schenck; director, Phil Karlson.

    © Pathe Industries, Inc.; 12Aug49; LP2605.


  DOWN MEXICO WAY. c1941. Presented by Republic Pictures. 8 reels, sd.
    Based on a story by Dorrell and Stuart McGowan.

    Credits: Associate producer, Harry Grey; director, Joseph Santley;
    screenplay, Olive Cooper, Albert Duffy; photographer, Jack Marta;
    film editor, Howard O'Neill.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 15Oct41; LP10801.


  DOWN MISSOURI WAY. c1946. 8 reels, sd., 35mm.

    Credits: Director, Joseph Berne; original screenplay, Sam Neuman.

    Appl. author: P.R.C. Pictures, Inc.

    © Pathe Industries, Inc.; 1Aug46; LP455.


  DOWN ON THE FARM. Presented by Chevrolet. Color.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Sales Corp.; title &
    descr., 28Oct40; 60 prints, 30Oct40; MU10589.


  DOWN RIO GRANDE WAY. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Fier; director, William Berke; original
    screenplay, Paul Franklin; film editor, Mel Thorsen.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 25Mar42; LP11159.


  DOWN SINGAPORE WAY. The Vitaphone Corp., c1946. 20 min., sd., color,
    35mm.

    Credits: Directed and written by Deane Dickason; narrator, Knox
    Manning. Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 16Jun46; MP1024.


  DOWN TEXAS WAY. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1942. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Scott R. Dunlap; director, Howard P. Bretherton;
    original screenplay, Jess Bowers; photography, Harry Neumann; film
    editor, Carl Pierson.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 29May42; LP11394.


  DOWN THE FAIRWAY. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1945. 1 reel,
    sd., color. (Ed Thorgersen's Sports Review)

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; music score, L. deFrancesco;
    photographer, Jack Painter; film editor, Russ Sheilds. Technicolor.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 1Jun45; MP16114.


  DOWN THE NILE. Vitaphone Corp., c1949. 20 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Warner Bros.

    Summary: A tour along the banks of the Nile River from the Congo
    regions to the Mediterranean Sea, including scenes of Cairo, the
    temples of Karnak, the Egyptian obelisks, the temple of Ramses, King
    Tut's tomb, the Sphinx, and the giant pyramids.

    Credits: Supervisor, Gordon Hollingshead; written by Owen Crump;
    narrator, Art Gilmore; editor, Marshall Eyanson.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 5Aug49; MP4378.


  DOWN THE TRAIL TO SAN ANTONE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America,
    Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Gould.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 8Apr46; MP427.


  DOWN TO EARTH. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1947. 101 min., sd., color,
    35mm. With three characters from "Here Comes Mr. Jordan" a motion
    picture based on Harry Segall's drama "Heaven Can Wait."

    Credits: Producer, Don Hartman; director, Alexander Hall; original
    screenplay, Edwin Blum, Don Hartman; music director, M. W. Stoloff;
    film editor, Viola Lawrence.

    Cast: Rita Hayworth, Larry Parks, James Gleason, Edward Everett
    Horton.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 17Jul47; LP1089.


  DOWN TO THE SEA IN SHIPS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1949. 120
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. An adaptation of the 1922 motion picture of
    the same title.

    Summary: A story of adventure on a New Bedford whaling ship in 1887.
    Shipped as a cabin boy, the captain's school-aged grandson learns
    the traditions and disciplines of seafaring life under the
    sympathetic tutelage of the young first mate and the harsh command
    of the captain.

    Credits: Producer, Louis D. Lighton; director, Henry Hathaway;
    story, Sy Bartlett; screenplay, John Lee Mahin, Sy Bartlett; music
    director, Alfred Newman; film editor, Dorothy Spencer.

    Cast: Richard Widmark, Lionel Barrymore, Dean Stockwell, Cecil
    Kellaway, Gene Lockhart.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 16Feb49; LP2443.


  THE DRAFT HORSE. c1942. 1 reel, sd. (Merrie Melodies) Leon Schlesinger
    Productions.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; story, Ted Pierce; animation,
    Robert Cannon; music director, Carl W. Stalling.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 23May42; MP12503.


  DRAFTED IN THE DEPOT. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1941. 19 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Lou Brock; director, Lloyd French; story, Lloyd
    French, Arthur Jones.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 20Jan41; LP10220.


  DRAFTEE DAFFY. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1944. 7 min., sd., color.
    (Looney Tunes)

    Credits: Director, Robert Clampett; story, Lou Lilly; animation,
    Emanuel Gould; music director, Carl W. Stalling. Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 26Dec44; MP15747.


  DRAFTING TIPS. The Pennsylvania State College Extension Services.
    c1943. 1 reel, sd., 16mm.

    Appl. author: Kenneth L. Holderman.

    © The Pennsylvania State College; 26May43; MP13628.


  THE DRAFTSMAN. Vocational Guidance Films, Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd.
    (Your Life Work Series)

    Credits: Manuscripts, Arthur P. Twogood.

    © Vocational Guidance Films, Inc.; 1Feb42; MP12715.


  DRAFTSMEN OF DREAMS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1947. 2 reels,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. (Our Land and People series)

    Summary: This film shows how the dreams of such men as Christopher
    Sholes, Thomas Edison, and George Eastman have resulted in
    worthwhile inventions: the typewriter, the camera, the phonograph,
    the electric light, and the various labor-saving devices found in
    America.

    Credits: Producers, Edmund Reek, Boris Vermont; script, Claire N.
    Birsh; narrator, Nelson Case; collaborators, Walter A. Anderson,
    Eric H. Haight, John E. Ivey, Gordon N. McKenzie, Robert Lee Morton,
    Samuel R. Powers, Howard E. Wilson, George L. White, J. Wallace
    Page, Jr., Miller McClintock; music, L. De Francesco; film editor,
    John Oser.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 12Nov47; MP2781.


  DRAGNET. Fortune Film Corp., c1947. 71 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Director, Leslie Goodwins; original story, Maurice H. Conn;
    screenplay, Barbara Worth, Harry Essex.

    © Fortune Film Corp.; 15Aug47; LP1186.


  DRAGON SEED. Loew's Inc., c1944. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 15
    reels, sd., b&w. Based on the novel by Pearl S. Buck.

    Credits: Producer, Pandro S. Berman; directors, Jack Conway, Harold
    S. Bucquet; screenplay, Marguerite Roberts, Jane Murfin; music
    score, Herbert Stothart; film editor, Harold F. Kress.

    © Loew's Inc.; 20Jul44; LP12741.


  DRAGONWYCK. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1946. 9,176 ft., sd.,
    35mm. From the novel by Anya Seton.

    Credits: Directed and written for the screen by Joseph L.
    Mankiewicz; music director, Alfred Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 2Apr46; LP442.


  THE DRAMA OF PORTLAND CEMENT. Wilding Picture Productions, Inc., for
    Portland Cement Assn., c1949. 30 min., sd., color. 16mm.

    Summary: A brief history of Portland cement, how it is manufactured,
    and how it is used.

    © Portland Cement Assn.; 16May49; MP4148.


  DRAWING ACCOUNT. Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.; title & descr., 10Dec41; 528
    prints, 11Dec41; MU11882.


  DRAWING FOR BEGINNERS. Young America Films, Inc., c1949. 11 min. each,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Eugene Byrnes.

    Summary: Shows how a great many objects can be drawn using the
    circle, the rectangle, the square, or the triangle as the basic form
    for the drawing. For elementary school art education classes.

    Credits: Artist, Eugene Byrnes; advisers, Elise Ruffini, Harriet
    Knapp.

    The Circle. © 30Sep49; MP4700.

    The Rectangle. © 30Sep49; MP4699.

    The Square. © 30Sep49; MP4701.

    The Triangle. © 30Sep49; MP4702.


  DRAWING WITH PENCIL. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in
    collaboration with Theodore Kautzky, c1947. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 17Nov47; MP2513.


  THE DRAWINGS AND THE SHOP. McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., c1947. 15 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. (Engineering Drawing, film 6) Summary: An
    instructional film in the field of engineering drawing that shows
    how drawings are used in the manufacture of various metal products.

    © McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 29Dec47; MP3066.


  A DREAM CAME TRUE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1945. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 2Apr45; MP15776.


  DREAM, DREAM, DREAM. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1946. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. A Filmcraft production.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Films, Inc. (in notice: Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc.); 30Dec46; MP1574.


  DREAM GIRL. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1948. 86 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on the play by Elmer Rice.

    Summary: A comedy about a girl whose dissatisfaction with her family
    and her surroundings causes her to take refuge in ridiculous
    fantasies. A caustic young newspaperman whom she dislikes, shows her
    a more objective approach to life and wins her love.

    Credits: Producer, P. J. Wolfson; director, Mitchell Leisen;
    screenplay, Arthur Sheekman; music score, Victor Young; editor, Alma
    Macrorie.

    Cast: Betty Hutton, MacDonald Carey, Patric Knowles, Virginia Field,
    Walter Abel.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 23Jul48 (in notice: 1947); LP1738.


  THE DREAM KIDS. c1944. Presented by Columbia. 688 ft., sd., color. (A
    Fox and Crow)

    Credits: Producer, Dave Fleischer; director, Bob Wickersham; story,
    Sam Cobean; music, Eddie Kilfeather. Technicolor.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 28Apr44; LP12768.


  DREAM KITCHEN. General Electric Co., c1949. 1/2 min., sd., color,
    35mm.

    Summary: Explains how appliances for a General Electric all-electric
    kitchen can be purchased a piece at a time, if necessary.

    © General Electric Co.; 22Apr49; MP4414.


  DREAM MENUS. General Electric Co., c1949. 1/2 min., sd., color, 35mm.

    Summary: Demonstrates the economy and convenience of the General
    Electric Home Freezer.

    © General Electric Co.; 22Apr49; MP4417.


  DREAMING OUT LOUD. Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. c1940. 81
    min., sd.

    Credits: Producers, Jack Votion, Sam Coslow; director, Harold Young;
    original story, Barry Trivers, Robert D. Andrews; screenplay, Howard
    J. Green, Barry Trivers, Robert D. Andrews; music director, Lud
    Gluskin; editor, Otto Ludwig.

    © Voco Productions, Inc.; 13Sep40; LP10368.


  DREAMING OUT LOUD. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1941. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 25Aug41; MP11475.


  DREAMS. Loew's Inc., c1940. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 924 ft.,
    sd., b&w. John Nesbitt's Passing Parade.

    Credits: Director, Felix E. Feist; screenplay, John Nesbitt, Felix
    E. Feist.

    © Loew's Inc.; 16Oct40; LP10090.


  DREAMS OF OLD HAWAII. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 13Nov44; MP15386.


  DREAMSVILLE, OHIO. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 6Apr42; MP12406.


  DREI KLEINE KAETZCHEN. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1949. 1
    reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. German version of "Three Little Kittens."

    Summary: Traces the development and early experiences of three
    kittens from birth until they are taken from their mother. For
    primary and middle grades.

    Credits: Collaborators, Arthur I. Gates, Ernest Horn, Celeste C.
    Peardon.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 25Aug49; MP4613.


  DRESSED TO KILL. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1941. 6,625 ft.,
    sd. Based on the novel by Richard Burke and the character "Michael
    Shayne" created by Brett Halliday.

    Credits: Director, Eugene Forde; screenplay, Stanley Rauh, Manning
    O'Connor; music director, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 8Aug41; LP10658.


  DRESSED TO KILL. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1946. 8 reels, sd.
    Adapted from a story by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

    Credits: Producer-director, Roy William Neill; screenplay, Leonard
    Lee; adaptation, Frank Gruber; music director, Milton Rosen; film
    editor, Saul A. Goodkind.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 13May46; LP360.


  THE DRIFTER. P.R.C. Pictures, Inc., c1943. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sigmund Neufeld; director, Sam Newfield; original
    story and screenplay, Patricia Harper; film editor, Holbrook Todd.

    © P.R.C. Pictures, Inc.; 1Dec43; LP12385.


  THE DRIFTIN' KID. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1941. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer and director, Robert Tansey; original story,
    Frances Kavanaugh, Robert Emmett; music director, Frank Sanucci;
    photography, Marcel Le Picard; film editor, Fred Bain.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 19Sep41; LP10705.


  DRIFTIN' RIVER, c1946. Presented by P.R.C. Pictures, Inc. 6 reels,
    sd., 35mm.

    Credits: Director, Robert Emmett Tansey; original screenplay,
    Frances Kavanaugh; music director, Karl Hajos; music arranger,
    Walter Greene; film editor, Hugh Winn.

    © Pathe Industries, Inc.; 1Oct46; LP625.


  DRIFTING ALONG. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1946. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Scott R. Dunlap; director, Derwin M. Abrahams;
    story and screenplay, Adele Buffington; music director, Edward Kay;
    photographer, Harry Neumann; film editor, Carrol Lewis.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 26Jan46; LP79.


  DRIFTWOOD. Republic Pictures Corp., c1947. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Director, Allan Dwan; original screenplay, Mary Loos,
    Richard Sale; music, Nathan Scott; music director, Cy Feuer; film
    editor, Arthur Roberts.

    Cast: Ruth Warrick, Walter Brennan, Dean Jagger, Charlotte
    Greenwood, Natalie Wood.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 17Sep47; LP1218.


  DRILLING, BORING, AND REAMING WORK HELD IN CHUCK. Presented by United
    States Office of Education. 1 reel, sd.

    © Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.; title, descr., & 88 prints,
    24Jul41; MU11357.


  DRILLING IN METAL, WOOD, PLASTICS. United States Navy, Aviation
    Service Schools. 2–1/2 reels, sd.

    © Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.; title, descr., & 198 prints,
    15Jun42; MU12572.


  DRINK HEARTY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp, of America, Inc.; 11Mar46; MP352.


  DRINK TO ME WITH ONLY THINE EYES. Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Mar42; MP12389.


  DRIP DIPPY DONALD. Walt Disney Productions, c1947. 1 reel, sd., color,
    35mm. (A Donald Duck Cartoon)

    Credits: Director, Jack King; story, Nick George; animation, Don
    Towsley, Ed Aardal, Paul Allen, Sandy Strother; music, Oliver
    Wallace.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 5Jun47; LP1543.


  DRIVING MAGIC. Jam Handy Organization, Inc. Presented by Oldsmobile
    Division, General Motors Corp. 1 min., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: Pictures the operation of the Hydra-matic drive on the 1948
    Futuramic model Oldsmobile.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 26Jan48; 5 prints,
    27Jan48; MU2681.


  DROOLER'S DELIGHT. Walter Lantz Productions, Inc. Released through
    United Artists Corp., c1949. (Walter Lantz Cartune)

    Credits: Director, Dick Lundy; story, Ben Hardaway, Heck Allen;
    animation, Ed Love; music, Darrell Calker.

    © Walter Lantz Productions, Inc.; 26Aug49; MP4478.


  DRUMMER MAN. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1948. 15 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: A musical short.

    Credits: Producer and director, Will Cowan; film editor, Russell
    Schoengarth.

    Cast: Gene Krupa, the Krupa Jazz Trio, the Gene Krupa Orchestra.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 23Mar48 (in notice: 1947); MP2869.


  DRUMS ALONG THE AMAZON. SEE Angel on the Amazon.


  DRUMS ALONG THE MOHAWK. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1939. 9,303
    ft., sd. Based on the novel by Walter D. Edmonds.

    Credits: Director, John Ford; screenplay, Lamar Trotti, Sonya
    Levien.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 10Nov39; LP9429.


  DRUMS OF FU MANCHU. c1940. Presented by Republic Pictures. 2 reels
    each, (no. 1, 3 reels), sd. Suggested by stories by Sax Rohmer. ©
    Republic Pictures Corp.; 15Mar40; no. 1–5, LP9532; no. 6–10, LP9627;
    no. 11–15, LP9742.

    Credits: Associate producer, Hiram S. Brown, Jr.; director, William
    Witney, John English; original screenplay, Franklyn Adreon, Morgan
    L. Cox, Ronald Davidson, Norman S. Hall, Barney A. Sarecky, Sol
    Shor; music score, Cy Feuer; film editors, Edward Todd, William
    Thompson.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    1. Fu Manchu Strikes.

    2. The Monster.

    3. Ransom in the Sky.

    4. The Pendulum of Doom.

    5. The House of Terror.

    6. Death Dials a Number.

    7. Vengeance of the Si Fan.

    8. Danger Trail.

    9. The Crystal of Death.

    10. Drums of Doom.

    11. The Tomb of the Ghengis Khan.

    12. Fire of Vengeance.

    13. The Devil's Tattoo.

    14. Satan's Surgeon.

    15. Revolt!


  DRUMS OF FU MANCHU. c1943. Presented by Republic Pictures. 7 reels,
    sd. Suggested by stories by Sax Rohmer. Adapted from the serial
    motion picture.

    Credits: Associate producer, Hiram S. Brown, Jr.; directors, William
    Witney, John English; original screenplay, Franklyn Adreon, Morgan
    B. Cox, Ronald Davidson, Norman S. Hall, Barney A. Sarecky, Sol
    Shor; music score, Cy Feuer; photographer, William Nobles; film
    editors, Edward Todd, William Thompson.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 12Oct43; LP12327.


  DRUMS OF INDIA. Vitaphone Corp., c1948. 20 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Warner Bros.

    Summary: Shows the scenic wonders and the people of India and tells
    of their heritage dating back to 3001 B.C.

    Credits: Written by Owen Crump; narrator, Truman Bradley; music,
    William Lava.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 10Apr48; MP4075.


  DRUMS OF THE CONGO. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1942. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Henry MacRae; director, Christy
    Cabanne; original screenplay, Paul Huston, Roy Chanslor; music
    director, Charles Previn; photography, George Robinson; film editor,
    Maurice Wright.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 10Mar42; LP11127.


  DRUMS OF THE DESERT. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1940. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Paul Malvern; director, George Waggner; original
    story, John T. Neville; screenplay, Dorothy Reid, Joseph West;
    photographer, Fred Jackman, Jr.; film editor, Jack Ogilvie.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 7Oct40; LP10144.


  DRY BONES. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Apr45; MP15891.


  DU BARRY WAS A LADY. Loew's Inc., c1943. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 11 reels, sd., color. Based on the play
    produced by B. G. DeSylva and written by Herbert Fields and B. G.
    DeSylva, with music and lyrics by Cole Porter.

    Credits: Producer, Arthur Freed; director, Roy Del Ruth; screenplay,
    Irving Brecher; adaptation, Nancy Hamilton; music direction, Georgie
    Stoll; music adaptation, Roger Edens; orchestration, George Bassman,
    Leo Arnaud, Alec Stordahl, Sy Oliver; film editor, Blanche Sewell.
    Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 6May43; LP12072.


  DUCK PIMPLES. Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1945. 1 reel,
    sd., color. (A Walt Disney Donald Duck)

    Credits: Director, Jack Kinney; story, Virgil Partch, Dick Shaw;
    animation, Andy Engman, Hal King, John Sibley, Milt Kahl; music,
    Oliver Wallace. Technicolor.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 16Feb45; LP13589.


  DUCK SOUP. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1942. 17 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director, Ben Holmes; screenplay,
    Jean Yarbrough; film editor, Les Millbrook.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 18Dec42; LP11798.


  DUCK SOUP TO NUTS. Released by Warner Bros., c1944. 7 min., sd.,
    color. (Looney Tunes)

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; story, Tedd Pierce; animation,
    Richard Bickenbach; music director, Carl W. Stalling. Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 19Jun44; MP14960.


  DUDE COWBOY. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1941. 59 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director, David Howard; story and
    screenplay, Morton Grant; music director, Paul Sawtell; editor,
    Frederic Knudtson.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 12Sep41; LP10986.


  DUDE COWBOY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 25Feb46; MP242.


  THE DUDE GOES WEST. Allied Artists Productions, Inc., c1948. 87 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: The adventures of a mild-mannered gunsmith from the Bowery
    who goes to Arsenic City, Nevada, in the early '70's. A satire on
    Westerns.

    Credits: Producers, Frank King, Maurice King; director, Kurt
    Neumann; original screenplay, Richard Sale, Mary Loos; film editor,
    William Zeigler.

    Cast: Eddie Albert, Gale Storm, James Gleason, Gilbert Roland,
    Binnie Barnes.

    © Allied Artists Productions, Inc.; 30May48; LP1691.


  DUDE RANCH BUCKAROOS. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1943. 10 min.,
    sd., color. (Sports Parade)

    Credits: Producer, Gordon Hollingshead; director, Arnold Albert;
    narrator, Lou Marcelle. Technicolor.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 16Sep43; MP13939.


  DUDE RANCHEROOS. Vitaphone Corp., c1949. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Sports Parade) Warner Bros.

    Summary: Shows dude ranch life in the Jackson Hole country of
    Wyoming.

    Credits: Written by Charles L. Tedford; narrator, Art Gilmore;
    editor, Rex Steele.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 1Jun49; MP4150.


  DUDES ARE PRETTY PEOPLE. Released through United Artists, c1942.
    Presented by Hal Roach. 5 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Hal Roach; director, Hal Roach, Jr.; original
    story, Donald Hough; screenplay, Louis S. Kaye; music score, Edward
    Ward; film editor, Bert Jordan.

    © Hal Roach Studios, Inc.; 20Apr42; LP11244.


  THE DUEL DANCE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 23Oct44; MP15340.


  DUEL IN THE SUN. Vanguard Films, Inc., c1946. 138 min., sd., color,
    35mm. Suggested by Niven Busch's novel.

    Credits: Director, King Vidor; screenplay, David O. Selznick;
    adaptation, Oliver H. P. Garrett.

    © Vanguard Films, Inc.; 31Dec46; LP982.


  DUFFY'S TAVERN. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1945. 8,752 ft., sd. Based
    on characters created by Ed Gardner.

    Credits: Associate producer, Danny Dare; director, Hal Walker;
    original screenplay, Melvin Frank, Norman Panama; music director,
    Robert Emmett Dolan.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 20Aug45; LP13518.


  DUKE OF CHICAGO. Republic Productions, Inc., c1949. 59 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on a novel by Lucian Cary.

    Summary: A retired middleweight champion becomes involved with
    gamblers when he agrees to go back to prizefighting in order to
    obtain money for a firm that is facing bankruptcy.

    Credits: Associate producer, Stephen Auer; director, George Blair;
    screenplay, Albert Demond; music, Stanley Wilson; film editor, Cliff
    Bell.

    Cast: Tom Brown, Audrey Long, Grant Withers, Paul Harvey, Skeets
    Gallagher.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 12Apr49; LP2242.


  DUKE OF THE NAVY. Producers Releasing Corp., c1942. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, John T. Coyle; director, William Beaudine; story
    and screenplay, Gerald D. Adams, William Beaudine, John T. Coyle;
    music director, Clarence Wheeler; film editor, Guy V. Thayer, Jr.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 5Jan42; LP11130.


  DULCY. Loew's Inc., c1940. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 8 reels,
    sd., b&w. Based on the play by George S. Kaufman and Marc Connelly.

    Credits: Producer, Edgar Selwyn; director, S. Sylvan Simon;
    screenplay, Albert Mannheimer, Jerome Chodorov, Joseph A. Fields;
    music score, Bronislau Kaper; film editor, Frank E. Hull.

    © Loew's Inc.; 14Sep40; LP9947.


  DUMB BELL OF THE YUKON. Walt Disney Productions, c1946. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm.

    Credits: Director, Jack King; story, Harry Reeves, Homer Brightman;
    animation, Don Towsley, Fred Kopietz, Ed Aardal, Sandy Strother;
    music, Oliver Wallace.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 5Apr46; LP1120.


  DUMB-HOUNDED. Loew's Inc., c1943. 735 ft., sd., color. (A
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Cartoon)

    Credits: Director, Tex Avery. Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 17Mar43; LP12041.


  DUMB LIKE A FOX. Screen Gems, Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd. (Fable, no. 13)

    Credits: Story, Allen Rose; animation, Louie H. Lilly.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 21Jul41; LP10829.


  THE DUMBCONSCIOUS MIND. Distributed by Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942.
    633 ft., sd. (Phantasy, no. 20)

    Credits: Producer, Dave Fleischer; directors, Paul Sommer, John
    Hubley; story, Jack Cosgriff; animation, Grant Simmons; music, Paul
    Worth.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 23Oct42; LP11955.


  DUMBO. Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., 1941. Presented by
    Walt Disney. 8 reels, sd., color. Based on the book by Helen Aberson
    and Harold Pearl.

    Credits: Screen story, Joe Grant, Dick Huemer; animation, Hugh
    Fraser, Harvey Toombs, Milt Neil and others; music, Oliver Wallace,
    Frank Churchill; orchestration, Edward Plumb. Technicolor.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 8Aug41; LP11124.


  DUMMY SONG. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Gould.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 2Sep46; MP1132.


  THE DURANGO KID. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Fier; director, Lambert Hillyer; original
    screenplay, Paul Franklin; cameraman, John Stumar; film editor, Dick
    Fantl.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 27Jul40; LP9802.


  DUSSELDORF ON THE RHINE. b&w, 8mm.

    © Jack H. Oster; title, descr., & 3 prints, 6Dec44; MU15465.


  THE DUTCH EMPIRE. SEE The March of Time, 1948.


  DUTCH GUIANA. Twentieth-Century-Fox Film Corp., c1942. 1 reel, sd.
    (The World Today)

    Credits: Producer, Truman Talley; described by Lowell Thomas; music
    score, L. De Francesco; film editor, Russ Sheilds.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 2Jan42; MP12252.


  THE DUTIES OF A SECRETARY. National Educational Films, Inc. for the
    Underwood Corporation, c1947. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Appl. author: Richard Henry Koch.

    © National Educational Films, Inc.; 21Mar47; LP915.


  DUTIFUL BUT DUMB. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 1,527 ft.

    Credits: Director, Del Lord; story and screenplay, Elwood Ullman.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 3Feb41; LP10278.


  DUTY AND THE BEAST. Distributed by Columbia Pictures Corp., c1943. 561
    ft., sd. (A Phantasy Cartoon)

    Credits: Producer, Dave Fleischer; director, Alec Geiss; animation,
    Grant Simmons; music, Paul Worth.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 13May43; LP12048.


  THE DYING THIEF. C. O. Baptista Films, c1947. 19 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    © C. O. Baptista Films, owner of Scriptures Visualized Institute;
    1Mar47; MP2246.


  DYING TO LIVE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1948. 9 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35 mm. (Lew Lehr's Dribble-Puss Parade)

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; continuity, Phil Shea; music score,
    L. deFrancesco; editor, Earl Allvine.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 12May48; MP3237.


  THE DYNAMICS OF COMPETITION. Jules H. Masserman. 12 min., 16mm.

    © Jules H. Masserman; title, descr., & 2 prints, 23Mar44; MU14644.


  DYNAMITE. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1949. 68 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A drama about the hazards of commercial dynamiting.

    Credits: Producers, William H. Pine, William C. Thomas; director,
    William H. Pine; original screenplay, Milton Raison; music score,
    Darrell Calker; film editor, Howard Smith.

    Cast: William Gargan, Virginia Welles, Richard Crane, Irving Bacon,
    Douglas Dumbrille.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 28Jan49; LP2091.


  DYNAMITE CANYON. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1941. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer and director, Robert Tansey; original story,
    Robert Emmett, Frances Kavanaugh; music direction, Frank Sanucci;
    photography, Jack R. Young; film editor, Fred Bain.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 8Aug41; LP10706.


  DYNASTY OF WONDERS. SEE Variety Views, no. 178.



                                   E


  E-BOB-O-LEE-BOP. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1946.
    1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, Dave Gould.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 25Mar46; MP354.


  EACH DAWN I CROW. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1949. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Merrie Melodies)

    Credits: Director, I. Freleng; story, Ted Pierce; animation, Virgil
    Ross, Gerry Chiniquy, Manuel Perez, Ken Champion.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 23Sep49 (in notice: 1948); MP4583.


  EADIE WAS A LADY. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1945. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Michel Kraike; director, Arthur Dreifuss;
    original story and screenplay, Monte Brice; music director, M. W.
    Stoloff; orchestrations, George Duning; film editor, James Sweeney.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 23Jan45; LP13149.


  EAGER BEAVER. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Dec45; MP133.


  THE EAGER BEAVER. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1945. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Merrie Melodies)

    Credits: Director, Charles M. Jones; story, Tedd Pierce.
    Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 30Dec45; MP854.


  EAGLE SQUADRON. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1942. 11 reels, sd.
    From the story by C. S. Forester.

    Credits: Producer, Walter Wanger; director, Arthur Lubin; original
    screenplay, Norman Reilly Raine; photography, Stanley Cortez; film
    editor, Philip Cahn.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 29Jun42; LP11432.


  EAGLE VERSUS DRAGON. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1943. 2 reels, sd.
    (Featurette)

    Credits: Producers, Joseph O'Brien, Thomas Mead; narrators, Jule
    Mannix, Dan Mannix.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 31Dec43; LP12596.


  EAGLES OF THE NAVY. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., under the supervision
    of Bureau of Aeronautics, U. S. Navy, c1943. 20 min., sd., color.

    Credits: Written by Carl Dudley and Arnold Albert. Technicolor.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 4Oct43; LP12290.


  EARL CARROLL SKETCHBOOK. c1946. 90 min., sd., 35mm.

    Credits: Associate producer, Robert North; director, Albert S.
    Rogell; original story, Frank Gill, Jr.; screenplay, Frank Gill,
    Jr., Parke Levy; music director, Cy Feuer; photographer, Jack Marta;
    film editor, Richard L. Van Enger.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 30Jul46; LP506.


  EARL CARROLL VANITIES. c1945. Presented by Republic Pictures. 10
    reels, sd. Based on original story by Cortland Fitzsimmons.

    Credits: Associate producer, Albert J. Cohen; director, Joseph
    Santley; screenplay, Frank Gill, Jr.; music director, Walter Scharf;
    photographer, Jack Marta; film editor, Richard L. Van Enger.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 7Mar45; LP13189.


  THE EARL OF CHICAGO. Loew's Inc., c1940. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 9 reels, sd., b&w. From a story by Charles de
    Grandcourt and Gene Fowler; adapted from the book by Brock Williams.

    Credits: Producer, Victor Seville; director, Richard Thorpe;
    screenplay, Lesser Samuels; music score, Werner R. Heyman; film
    editor, Frank Sullivan.

    © Loew's Inc.; 2Jan40; LP9553.


  EARL OF PUDDLESTONE. c1940. Presented by Republic Pictures. 7 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Original screenplay, Val Burton, Ewart Adamson; music
    director, Cy Feuer; photographer, Jack Marta; film editor, Ernest
    Nims.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 31Aug40; LP10076.


  THE EARLY BIRD DOOD IT! Loew's Inc., c1942. 805 ft., sd., color. (A
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Cartoon)

    Credits: Director, Tex Avery; story, Rich Hogan; animation, Irven
    Spence, Preston Blair, Ed Love, Ray Abrams; music, Scott Bradley.
    Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 16Sep42; LP11642.


  EARLY DOES IT. Reid H. Ray Film Industries, Inc., c1948. 23 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Designed for farmers in rural areas, the film stresses the
    need for ordering parts for agricultural implements before
    breakdowns occur, and explains the dealer's problems in supplying
    parts.

    Credits: Director, Reid H. Ray.

    © Reid H. Ray Film Industries. Inc.; 1Sep48; MP3955.


  EARLY PLAY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in collaboration
    with Arnold Gesell and the Clinic of Child Development, Yale
    University, c1947. 1 reel, si., b&w, 16mm.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 25Feb47; MP1765.


  EARLY SETTLERS OF NEW ENGLAND; Salem 1626–1629. Erpi Classroom Films,
    Inc., c1940. 1 reel, sd.

    © Erpi Classroom Films. Inc.; 18Dec40; MP10827.


  EARLY SPORTS QUIZ. Loew's Inc., c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. (Pete
    Smith Specialty) (What's your I. Q.? no. 13) An MGM picture.

    Credits: Producer and narrator, Pete Smith; screenplay, David
    Barclay and Joe Ansen; film editor, Joseph Dietrick.

    Cast: Dave O'Brien.

    © Loew's Inc.; 29Jan47; MP1657.


  EARLY TO BED. Walt Disney Productions. c1941. 1 reel, sd. (A Walt
    Disney Donald Duck)

    © Walt Disney Productions; 28Mar41; LP10562.


  THE EARLY WORM GETS THE BIRD. The Vitaphone Corp., c1939. 1 reel, sd.
    (Merrie Melodies) Leon Schlesinger Productions.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; story, Jack Miller; animation,
    Robert Cannon; music direction, Carl W. Stalling.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 30Dec39; MP9884.


  EARTHBOUND. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1940. 8,035 ft., sd.
    Based on a story by Basil King.

    Credits: Director, Irving Pichel; screenplay, John Howard Lawson,
    Samuel G. Engel; music director, Alfred Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 7Jun40; LP10069.


  THE EASIER WAY. Presented by General Motors Corp. 12 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title, descr., & 14 prints.
    5Oct46; MU1142.


  EAST OF THE RIVER. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1940. 8 reels. A
    Warner Bros.-First National picture. From the original story by John
    Fante and Ross B. Wills.

    Credits: Director, Alfred E. Green; screenplay, Fred Niblo, Jr.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 9Nov40; LP10035.


  EAST OF THE ROCKIES. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1943. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 9Aug43; MP13834.


  EAST OF THE SUN. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 9Oct44; MP15283.


  EAST SIDE KIDS. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1940. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Sam Katzman; director, Bob Hill; original story
    and screenplay, William Lively; photography, Art Reed; film editor,
    Earl Turner.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 6Feb40; LP9406.


  EASTER PARADE. Loew's Inc., c1948. 103 min., sd., color, 35mm. An MGM
    picture.

    Summary: A musical comedy of the 1912 era.

    Credits: Producer, Arthur Freed; director, Charles Walters; original
    story, Frances Goodrich, Albert Hackett; screenplay, Sidney Sheldon,
    Frances Goodrich, Albert Hackett; music director, Johnny Green;
    music, Irving Berlin; orchestration, Conrad Salinger, Van Cleave,
    Leo Arnaud; film editor, Albert Akst.

    Cast: Judy Garland, Fred Astaire, Peter Lawford, Ann Miller, Jules
    Munshin.

    © Loew's Inc.; 26May48; LP1643.


  EASTER YEGGS. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1946. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Looney Tunes) (Bugs Bunny Special)

    Credits: Director, Robert McKimson; story, Warren Foster.

    © Vitaphone Corp.; 24Dec46; MP2202.


  EASY AS PIE. Jam Handy Organization, Inc. Presented by Dearborn Motors
    Corp. 40 ft., sd., color, 35mm.

    Summary: Shows the use of the Ford tractor with the Dearborn Motors
    mould-board plow.

    © Dearborn Motors Corp.; title, descr., & 4 prints, 13Apr49; MU3998.


  EASY COME, EASY GO. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1947. 77 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on John McNulty's "Third Avenue" sketches.

    Credits: Producer, Kenneth Macgowan; director, John Farrow;
    screenplay, Francis Edwards Faragoh, John McNulty, Anne Froelick;
    music score, Roy Webb; film editor, Thomas Scott.

    Cast: Barry Fitzgerald, Sonny Tufts, Dianna Lynn, Dick Foran, Frank
    McHugh.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 31Jan47; LP862.


  EASY DOES IT. Hugh Harman Productions, Inc., c1947. 1 reel, color,
    16mm.

    Credits: Director, Hugh Harman; original story, L. C. Macglashan;
    screenplay, Robert Edmunds.

    © Hugh Harman Productions, Inc.; 1Apr47; LP1053.


  EASY DOES IT. Presented by Chevrolet. 1 reel, sd., b&w.

    © Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.; title, descr., & 1,078 prints,
    10Oct40; LU9990.


  EASY GOING. Presented by Chevrolet. 1 min., color.

    Credits: Technicolor.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Sales Corp.; title,
    descr., & 35 prints, 20Mar41; MU10943.


  EASY LIFE. Loew's Inc., c1944. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 2
    reels, sd. (A Crime Does Not Pay Subject)

    Credits: Director, Walter Hart; original story and screenplay, Alan
    Friedman, DeVallon Scott; music score, Gerard Carbonara; film
    editor, Philip Anderson.

    © Loew's Inc.; 24May44; LP91.


  EASY LIVING. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. c1949. 77 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on Irwin Shaw's story, "Education of the Heart."

    Summary: A professional football player copes successfully with a
    selfish wife and a weak heart.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Sparks; director, Jacques Tourneur;
    screenplay, Charles Schnee; music director, C. Bakaleinikoff; music,
    Roy Webb; film editor, Frederic Knudtson.

    Cast: Victor Mature, Lucille Ball, Lizabeth Scott, Sonny Tufts,
    Lloyd Nolan.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 24Aug49; LP2527.


  EASY MILES. Jam Handy Organization, Inc. Presented by Chevrolet Motor
    Division, General Motors Corp. 1 min., b&w, 35mm.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 15Oct47; 6 prints,
    11Oct47; MU2385.


  EASY MONEY. Gainsborough Pictures, Ltd., London, c1948. Released in
    the U.S. through Eagle Lion Films, Inc., 1949. 94 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. "The Stafford Family Story" based on the play "Easy Money" by
    Arnold Ridley.

    Summary: Four episodes dealing with the reactions of winners of a
    football pool—a suburban family in "The Stafford Family Story," a
    henpecked clerk in "The Atkins Story," a conniving couple in "The
    Night Club Story," and a fiddle player in "The Revolt of the
    Double-Basses."

    Credits: Producers, Sydney Box, A. Frank Bundy; director, Bernard
    Knowles; screenplay, Muriel and Sydney Box; music, Temple Abady;
    editor, V. Sagovsky.

    Cast: Greta Gynt, Dennis Price, Jack Warner, Mervyn Johns, Edward
    Rigby.

    © Gainsborough Pictures, Ltd.; 4Feb48; (in notice: 1947); LP2535.


  EASY STREET. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 29Dec41; MP11999.


  EASY STREET. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America. Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 11Feb46; MP187.


  EASY TO LOOK AT. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1945. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Henry Blankfort; director, Ford Beebe;
    original screenplay, Henry Blankfort; cinematography, Jerry Ash;
    film editor, Saul Goodkind.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 27Jul45; LP13480.


  EASY TO WED. Loew's Inc., c1946. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 13
    reels, sd., color. From the screenplay "Libeled Lady" by Maurine
    Watkins, Howard Emmett Rogers and George Oppenheimer.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Cummings; director, Edward Buzzell;
    adaptation, Dorothy Kingsley; music score and direction, Johnny
    Green; orchestration, Ted Duncan; film editor, Blanche Sewell.
    Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 12Mar46; LP158.


  EAT ME KITTY EIGHT TO THE BAR. Distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp., c1942. Presented by Paul Terry. 1 reel, sd. (A
    Terrytoon)

    Credits: Director, Mannie Davis; story, John Foster; music, Philip
    A. Scheib.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 6Mar42; MP12526.


  EATIN' ON THE CUFF. c1942. 1 reel, sd. (Looney Tunes) Leon Schlesinger
    Productions.

    Credits: Producer, Leon Schlesinger; story, Warren Foster;
    animation, Virgil Ross; music director, Carl W. Stalling.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 2Sep42; MP12810.


  THE EBB-TIDE. SEE Adventure Island.


  ECCE HOMO (BEHOLD THE MAN). Produced in France. Released in the U. S.
    by Alban J. Norris, Michigan Film Library, c1948. 94 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. In French with English titles. Previously released 1939, with
    the title "Golgotha."

    Summary: The story of Christ's last days on earth, from His entry
    into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday, to His meetings with the disciples
    following the Resurrection. The story revolves chiefly around the
    betrayal, the trial, and the crucifixion.

    Credits: Director, Julien Duvivier; English version by Forrest
    Izard; music, Jacques Ibert.

    Cast: Robert le Vigan, Jean Gabin, Harry Baur, Charles Granval,
    Andre Bacque.

    © Alban J. Norris, Sr., d.b.a. Michigan Film Library; 28May48;
    LP1803.


  ECHO RANCH. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1948. 3 reels, sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: The capture of thieves provides the plot in this musical
    Western.

    Credits: Producer and director, William Forest Crouch; screenplay,
    Charles W. Curran; film editor, Leonard Anderson.

    Cast: Red River Dave, Texas Tophands, Curley Williams, Kenne Duncan,
    Diane Hart.

    © Universal International Pictures Co., Inc.; 24Mar48 (in notice:
    1947); MP2854.


  ECSTASY. c1940. 4 reels.

    Credits: Director, Gustav Machaty; story, Samuel Cummins.

    Appl. author: Samuel Cummins.

    © Eureka Productions, Inc.; 11Dec40; LP10141.


  L'ECUREUIL. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1948. 1 reel, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. French version of "Gray Squirrel."

    Summary: The life of a squirrel family.

    Credits: Collaborators, Arthur I. Gates, Ernest Horn, Celeste C.
    Pearson.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 16Sep48; MP3382.


  EDGAR RUNS AGAIN. Distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.,
    c1940. Presented by Paul Terry. 1 reel, sd., b&w. (Terrytoon)

    Credits: Director, Mannie Davis; story, John Foster; music, Philip
    A. Scheib.

    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 26Jan40; MP10286.


  EDGE OF DARKNESS. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1943. 120 min., sd. A
    Warner Bros.-First National picture. Based on the novel by William
    Woods.

    Credits: Producer, Henry Blanke; director, Lewis Milestone;
    screenplay, Robert Rossen; film editor, David Weisbart.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 24Apr43; LP11994.


  EDISON, THE MAN. Loew's Inc., c1940. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    11 reels, sd., b&w. A Clarence Brown production.

    Credits: Producer, John W. Considine, Jr.; director, Clarence Brown;
    original story, Dore Schary, Hugo Butler; screenplay, Talbot
    Jennings, Bradbury Foote; music score, Herbert Stothart; film
    editor, Frederick Y. Smith.

    © Loew's Inc.; 13May40; LP9662.


  EDUCATION FOR DEATH. Walt Disney Productions, c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 11Nov42; LP11869.


  EDUCATION FOR DEATH. SEE Hitler's Children.


  EDUCATION OF THE HEART. SEE Easy Living.


  EDWARD, MY SON. Loew's Inc., c1949. 112 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. An MGM
    picture. Based on the play by Robert Morley and Noel Langley.

    Summary: A character study of a proud man who, obsessed with a
    misguided love for his son, resorts to crime and destruction in
    order to insure the boy's happiness. Filmed in England.

    Credits: Producer, Edwin H. Knopf; director, George Cukor;
    screenplay, Donald Ogden Stewart; music, John Wooldridge; film
    editor, Raymond Poulton.

    Cast: Spencer Tracy, Deborah Kerr, Ian Hunter, James Donald, Mervyn
    Johns.

    © Loew's Inc.; 12Apr49 (in notice: 1948); LP2268.


  THE EFFECTS OF ELECTROSHOCK THERAPY ON EXPERIMENTAL NEUROSES. 16mm.

    Credits: Jules H. Masserman, Mary Grier Jacques.

    © Jules H. Masserman; title, descr., & 4 prints, 18Jan46; MU181.


  THE EFFECTS OF MORPHINE ON BEHAVIOR AND NEUROSIS. Jules H. Masserman.
    15 min., 16mm.

    © Jules H. Masserman; title, descr., & 2 prints, 23Mar44; MU14645.


  THE EGG AND I. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1947. 108 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on Betty MacDonald's book.

    Credits: Produced and written for the screen by Chester Erskine,
    Fred F. Finklehoffe; director, Chester Erskine; music, Frank
    Skinner; orchestrations, David Tamkin; film editor, Russell
    Schoengarth.

    Cast: Claudette Colbert, Fred MacMurray, Marjorie Main, Louise
    Allbritton.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 1Apr47; LP1040.


  THE EGG AND I. SEE Ma and Pa Kettle.


  THE EGG AND YOU. Wilding Picture Productions, Inc., c1948. 30 min.,
    sd., color, 16mm.

    Summary: Everett Mitchell, radio commentator for Armour Creameries,
    conducts a trip that reveals the best method of raising chickens for
    meat and eggs, and the best method of grading eggs.

    Appl. author: Albert L. Weeks.

    © Armour & Co.; 18Nov48; LP2072.


  THE EGG COLLECTOR. The Vitaphone Corp., c1940. 1 reel, sd. (Merrie
    Melodies)

    Credits: Story, Robert Givens; animation, Rudy Larriva.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 20Jun40; MP10355.


  EGG CRACKER SUITE, c1943. Presented by Universal. 1 reel, sd., color.
    (A Walt Lantz Swing Symphony)

    Credits: Directors, Ben Hardaway, Emery Hawkins; story, Milt
    Schaffer; animation, Lester Kline; music, Darrell Calker.
    Technicolor.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc. & Walter Lantz Productions; 10Mar43;
    MP13406.


  THE EGG HUNT. Released by Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 667 ft.,
    sd., color. (A Color Rhapsody)

    Credits: Director, U. B. Iwerks; music, Eddie Kilfeather; music
    director, Joe De Nat. Technicolor.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 22Apr40; LP9570.


  THE EGG-YEGG. c1945. Presented by Columbia. 682 ft., sd., color. (A
    Fox and Crow)

    Credits: Director, Bob Wickersham; story, Sam Cobean; animation, Ben
    Lloyd, Volus Jones; music, Eddie Kilfeather. Technicolor.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 2Mar45; LP13517.


  EGGA DAGGA PHFT. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 13Apr42; MP12420.


  EGGS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd., 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborator, G. F. Stewart.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 18Oct46; MP1288.


  EGGS DON'T BOUNCE. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1943. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, I. Sparber; story, Carl Meyer, Jack Mercer, Jack
    Ward.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 24Dec43; LP12469.


  EGMONT. Ambassador Films, Inc., c1948. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Willy
    Schmidt-Gentner plays Beethoven's "Egmont" in the Great Hall of the
    Belvedere Castle in Vienna. Paintings by artists connected with the
    period of Count Egmont are shown.

    Credits: Producer, Eugen Sharin; director, Leopold Hainisch.

    © Ambassador Films, Inc.; 1Dec48; MP4370.


  EIGHT-BALL ANDY. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1948. 18 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: Andy gets into trouble because of his brother-in-law's
    inventions.

    Credits: Producer, Hugh McCollum; director, Edward Bernds.

    Cast: Andy Clyde.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 11Mar48 (in notice: 1947); LP1550.


  EL DORADO PASS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1948. 6 reels, sd., b&w,
    35mm.

    Summary: The Durango Kid apprehends the desperadoes who rob a
    stagecoach which carries money across the Mexican border.

    Credits: Producer, Colbert Clark; director, Ray Nazarro; original
    screenplay, Earle Snell; film editor, Burton Kramer.

    Cast: Charles Starrett, Elena Verdugo, Steve Darrell, Rory
    Mallinson, Smiley Burnette.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 12Oct48; LP1851.


  ELECTION DAY. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1944. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 29May44; MP14877.


  ELECTION DAZE. Loew's Inc., c1943. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    925 ft., sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Herbert Glazer; screenplay, Hal Law, Robert
    McGowan.

    © Loew's Inc.; 30Jul43; LP12173.


  THE ELECTRIC MAN. SEE Man Made Monster.


  ELECTRICAL WORK; electrical machinery. Ray-Bell Films, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel each, 16mm. © Ray-Bell Films, Inc.

    1. Single Phase and Polyphase Circuits. © 1Jun45; MP495.

    2. Rotating Magnetic Fields. © 1Jul45; MP16348.

    3. Squirrel-Cage Rotor Principles. © 1Jul45; MP16349.

    4. Split-Phase Motor Principles. © 1Jun45; MP494.

    5. Repulsion Motor Principles. © 1Jun45; MP491.


  ELECTRICAL WORK; motor control. The Calvin Company, c1945. 1 reel
    each. © The Calvin Company.

    1. Direct Current Controllers. © 1Aug45; MP95.

    2. Across-the-Line Starters. © 1Aug45; MP96.

    3. Reduced Voltage Starters. © 1Aug45; MP97.

    4. Wound Rotor Controllers. © 1Aug45; MP98.


  ELECTRICAL WORK; motor maintenance and repair. The Calvin Company,
    c1945. 1 reel each. © The Calvin Company.

    1. D. C. Motor, pt. 1. Mechanical Overhaul. © 1Aug45; MP99.

    2. D. C. Motor, pt. 2. Rewinding. © 1Aug45; MP140.

    3. Split-Phase Motor. Rewinding. © 1Aug45; MP100.

    4. Three-Phase Motor, pt. I. Preparing to Rewind. © 1Aug45; MP101.

    5. Three-Phase Motor, pt. II. Rewinding. © 1Aug45; MP102.

    6. Repulsion-Induction Motor. General Overhaul. © 1Aug45; MP103.


  ELECTRICAL WORK; wiring. The Calvin Co., c1944. 1 reel each. © The
    Calvin Co.

    Appl. author: F. O. Calvin.

    9. Porcelain Protected Surface Wiring. © 1Nov44; MP15719.

    10. Cable Surface Wiring. © 1Nov44; MP15720.


  ELECTRICAL WORK; wiring. Ray-Bell Films, Inc., c1945. 1 reel each. ©
    Ray-Bell Films, Inc.

    Wire Sizes and Voltage Drop. © 1Jul45; MP16350.

    Installing Conduit. © 1Jul45; MP16351.

    Three-Wire Service Entrance. © 1Jul45; MP16352.

    Roughing In Non-Metallic Sheathed Cable. © 1Jul45; MP16353.

    Wiring Old Buildings with Armored Cable. © 1Jul45; MP16354.

    Electrical Circuit Faults. © 1Jul45; MP16355.

    Joining Solid Conductors. © 1Jul45; MP16356.

    Soldering Lugs and splicing Stranded Conductors. © 1Jul45; MP16357.

    Preparing Old Buildings for Wiring. © 1Jul45; MP16358.

    Installing Surface Metal Raceway. © 1Jul45; MP16359.

    Power Bending Conduit. © 1Jul45; MP16360.


  THE ELECTRICIAN. Vocational Guidance Films, Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd.
    (Your Life Work Series)

    Credits: Manuscripts, Arthur P. Twogood.

    © Vocational Guidance Films, Inc.; 1Feb42; MP12717.


  ELECTRODINÂMICA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel,
    sd., 16mm.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 22Jun46; MP827.


  ELECTRO-DYNAMICA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. Inc., c1946. 1 reel,
    sd., 16mm.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 7Jun46; MP796.


  ELECTRODYNAMICS. Encyclopaedia Films. Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd., 16mm.
    In Greek.

    © Encyclopaedia Films, Inc.; 10Jul46; MP890.


  L'ELECTRODYNAMIQUE. Encyclopaedia Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd.,
    16mm.

    © Encyclopaedia Films, Inc.; 8Jun46; MP843.


  ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES. De Forest's Training, Inc., c1948. 100 ft.,
    b&w, 16mm. (Radio Electronics. Reel lesson 11)

    Summary: A detailed study of the radiation of radio energy from the
    transmitting antenna and its interception by the receiving antenna.

    © De Forest's Training, Inc.; 1Oct48; MP3904.


  ELECTROMAGNETS. De Forest's Training, Inc., c1948. 100 ft., b&w, 16mm.
    (Radio Electronics. Reel lesson 4)

    Summary: Demonstrates how electromagnets are employed to convert
    electrical energy into mechanical motion.

    © De Forest's Training, Inc.; 1Oct48; MP3897.


  ELECTROMAGNETS. Young America Films, Inc., c1949. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm.

    Summary: Explains the principle of the electromagnet and points out
    how it is used in doorbells, telephones, and electric motors. For
    elementary school science classes.

    Credits: Adviser, Gerald S. Craig.

    © Young America Films, Inc.; 30Sep49; MP4559.


  ELECTRON THEORY. De Forest's Training, Inc., c1948. (Radio
    Electronics. Reel lesson 7)

    Summary: Explains that all substances are composed of infinitely
    small atoms resembling our solar system, the central body being the
    positive nucleus and the outer revolving bodies being the negative
    electrons. Shows that when the atoms become negatively and
    positively charged a condition of unbalance exists, and the
    resulting flow of electrons, which tend to restore a balance, can
    produce usable energy.

    © De Forest's Training, Inc.; 1Oct48; MP3900.


  ELECTRONIC TUBES. De Forest's Training, Inc., c1948. 100 ft., b&w,
    16mm. (Radio Electronics. Reel lesson 8)

    Summary: Actions, functions, and characteristics of the vacuum tube.
    Shows that since the changes of grid voltage can be duplicated only
    by larger changes of plate voltage, the triode tube acts as an
    amplifier.

    © De Forest's Training, Inc.; 1Oct48; MP3901.


  ELÉCTRONS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd.,
    16mm.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 14Jun46; MP784.


  ELECTROQUÍMICA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel,
    sd., 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborators, Herman I. Schlesinger, Warren C. Johnson.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 10Jun46; MP728.


  ELECTROSTÁTICA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel,
    sd., 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborators, Harvey B. Lemon, Hermann I. Schlesinger.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 18Jun46; MP776.


  ELEFANTES. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd.,
    16mm.

    Credits: Collaborators, Ernest Horn, Arthur I. Gates, Celeste C.
    Pearson.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 6Dec46; MP1393.


  LOS ELEFANTES. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in collaboration
    with Ernest Horn, Arthur I. Gates and Celeste C. Pearson, c1947. 1
    reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Spanish version of "Elephants."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 25Jan47; MP1630.


  DEN ELEKTRISKE KRAFTLAEREN. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.,
    c1946. 1 reel, sd., 16mm.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 5Jun48; MP805.


  ELEKTRODYNAMIKA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel,
    sd., 16mm.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 8Jun46; MP793.


  ELEMENTARY OPERATIONS ON THE ENGINE LATHE; reel 2. Eastman Kodak Co.,
    c1941. 987 ft.

    Appl. authors: Kenneth R. Edwards and Sherman B. Hagberg.

    © Eastman Kodak Co.; 11Sep41; MP11990.


  ELEMENTARY OPERATIONS ON THE ENGINE LATHE; simple turning, reel 1.
    Eastman Kodak Co., c1941. 978 ft., 16mm.

    Appl. authors: K. R. Edwards, Sherman B. Hagberg.

    © Eastman Kodak Co., Teaching Films Div.; 17Mar41; MP11234.


  ELEMENTARY STAGE TECHNIQUE. Pasadena Playhouse Assn., c1948. 18 min.,
    sd., color, 16mm.

    Summary: Demonstrates elementary stage techniques for beginning
    actors.

    Credits: Produced by the staff and students of the Pasadena
    Playhouse.

    © Pasadena Playhouse Assn.; 6Dec48; MP4020.


  ELEMENTOS DE LOS CIRCUITOS ELÉCTRICOS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    Inc., in collaboration with Morris Meister, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    16mm. Spanish version of "Elements of Electrical Circuits."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 26Feb47; MP1758.


  ELEMENTOS DOS CIRCUITOS ELÉTRICOS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    Inc., in collaboration with Morris Meister, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    16mm. Portuguese version of "Elements of Electrical Circuits."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 24Jan47; MP1625.


  ELEMENTS OF DESIGN: LINE. Lewis Jacobs and Paul Harrison, c1949. 1
    reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: A teaching film which describes the line as the first
    element of design, showing various types of lines as found in our
    surroundings. Includes animation.

    © Lewis Jacobs; 15Nov49; MP4802.


  ELEMENTS OF ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS. c1943. 1 reel.

    Appl. author: Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 16Dec43; MP14742.


  ELEMENTS OF ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS. SEE

    Elementos de los Circuitos Eléctricos.

    Elementos dos Circuitos Elétricos.


  ELEPHANT TRICKS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1948. 1 reel,
    si., b&w, 8mm. Adapted from the Sound film, "Elephants."

    Summary: Shows how elephants are trained for performance in the
    circus ring.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 3Nov48; MP3564.


  ELEPHANTS. Erpi Classroom Films, Inc., c1940. 1 reel, sd.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.; 20Sep40; MP10695.


  ELEPHANTS. SEE

    Los Elefantes.

    Elephant Tricks.


  ELEVEN MORE MONTHS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1945. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 19Feb45; MP15636.


  ELLA. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 20Apr42; MP12458.


  ELLERY QUEEN AND THE MURDER RING. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 7
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Larry Darmour; director, James Hogan; story,
    Ellery Queen; screenplay, Eric Taylor, Gertrude Purcell; music, Lee
    Zahler; film editor, Dwight Caldwell.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 18Nov41; LP11220.


  ELLERY QUEEN AND THE PERFECT CRIME. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 7
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, James Hogan; story, Ellery Queen; screenplay,
    Eric Taylor; music, Lee Zahler; film editor, Dwight Caldwell.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 7Aug41; LP10648.


  ELLERY QUEEN, MASTER DETECTIVE. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 7
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Kurt Neumann; story, Ellery Queen; screenplay,
    Eric Taylor.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 30Nov40; LP10979.


  ELLERY QUEEN'S PENTHOUSE MYSTERY. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 7
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Larry Darmour; director, James Hogan; story,
    Ellery Queen; screenplay, Eric Taylor; music, Lee Zahler; film
    editor, Dwight Caldwell.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 24Mar41; LP10434.


  THE ELLIOTT-BUCHI TURBOCHARGER FOR DIESEL ENGINES. Escar Motion
    Picture Service, Inc., for United States Navy. 6,000 ft., sd.

    Appl. author: Frank Siedel.

    © Escar Motion Picture Service, Inc.; title, descr., & 12 prints,
    27Mar44; MU14695.


  ELMER'S CANDID CAMERA. The Vitaphone Corp., c1940. 1 reel, sd. (Merrie
    Melodies)

    Credits: Story, Rich Hogan; animation, Bob McKimson.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 2Mar40; MP10003.


  ELMER'S PET RABBIT. The Vitaphone Corp., c1940. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Story, Rich Hogan; animation, Rudy Larriva.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 19Dec40; MP10743.


  ELMER'S TUNE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 24Nov41; MP11768.


  EL PASO. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1949. 103 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Based on a story by J. Robert Bren and Gladys Atwater.

    Summary: A melodrama about a young lawyer who attempts to establish
    law and order in an unruly frontier settlement. Setting, Texas
    during the post-Civil War era.

    Credits: Producers, William H. Pine, William C. Thomas; directed and
    written by Lewis R. Foster; music score, Darrell Calker; editor,
    Howard Smith.

    Cast: John Payne, Gail Russell, Sterling Hayden, George "Gabby"
    Hayes, Dick Foran.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 1Apr49; LP2217.


  THE EL PASO KID. c1946. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels, sd.,
    35mm.

    Credits: Associate producer, Bennett Cohen; director, Thomas Carr;
    original screenplay, Norman Sheldon; photographer, Edgar Lyons; film
    editor, William P. Thompson.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 8Apr46; LP356.


  EMANUEL FEUERMANN. Artists' Films, Inc., c1940. 1 reel.

    © Artists' Films, Inc.; 4Nov40; MP12435.


  EMBRACEABLE YOU. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 11May42; MP12541.


  EMBRACEABLE YOU. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1948. 80 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A romantic melodrama about a girl who faces death as the
    result of injuries received in an automobile accident, and a
    gangster who cares for her. Setting, New York City.

    Credits: Producer, Saul Elkins; director, Felix Jacoves; original
    story, Dietrich V. Hannekin, Aleck Block; screenplay, Edna Anhalt;
    music, William Lava; orchestrations, Charles Maxwell; film editor,
    Thomas Reilly.

    Cast: Dane Clark, Geraldine Brooks, S. Z. Sakall, Wallace Ford,
    Richard Rober.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 25Aug48; LP1766.


  EL EMBRUJO DEL FANDANGO. SEE The Spell of the Fandango.


  THE EMERALD ISLE. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1949. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Screen Song)

    Summary: A musical travelogue of Ireland showing the lakes of
    Killarney, the Rocky Road to Dublin, and scenes of County Cork.

    Credits: Director, Seymour Kneitel; animation, Al Eugster, Bill
    Hudson.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 25Feb49; MP3831.


  EMERGENCE OF PERSONALITY. SEE Personality Development Series.


  EMERGENCY LANDING. Producers Releasing Corp., c1941. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Jed Buell; director, William Beaudine; original
    story and screenplay, Martin Mooney; photography, Jack Greenhalgh;
    film editor, Robert Crandall.

    © Producers Releasing Corp.; 23May41; LP10532.


  EMERGENCY SQUAD. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1939. 6 reels, sd. Based on
    an idea by Robert Musel and Michael Raymond.

    Credits: Director, Edward Dmytryk; screenplay, Garnett Weston,
    Stuart Palmer; photographer, Stuart Thompson; film editor, Everett
    Douglas.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 29Dec39; LP9332.


  EMIL COLEMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA IN ON THE MELLOW SIDE. Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc., c1944. 2 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Will Cowan; director, Lewis D. Collins;
    music director, Edgar Fairchild; orchestrations, Milton Rosen; film
    editor, Irving Birnbaum.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 28Nov44; LP13031.


  EMILY BROWN. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 14Jun43; MP13654.


  EMOTIONAL HEALTH. McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., c1948. 20 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. (McGraw-Hill Text-Films. Health Education Series, no. 5)

    Summary: Shows that emotional upsets are common among people of
    college age, and explains that frequent symptoms of emotional
    imbalance require psychiatric treatment. Prepared to accompany the
    book, "Textbook of Healthful Living" by Harold S. Diehl, and
    designed to instruct college students and other adults.

    © McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 1Mar48; MP3256.


  EMPEROR WALTZ. Ambassador Films, Inc., c1948. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Alois
    Melchar, plays the "Emperor Waltz" by Johann Strauss.

    Credits: Producer, Eugen Sharin; director, Leopold Hainisch.

    © Ambassador Films, Inc.; 1Dec48; MP4482.


  THE EMPEROR WALTZ. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1948. 106 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm.

    Summary: Bing Crosby, an American travelling salesman, goes to
    Vienna to sell Emperor Franz Joseph a phonograph. A musical comedy
    with the setting in Vienna in 1901.

    Credits: Producer, Charles Brackett; director, Billy Wilder; script,
    Charles Brackett, Billy Wilder; music score, Victor Young.

    Cast: Bing Crosby, Joan Fontaine, Roland Culver, Lucile Watson,
    Richard Haydn.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 2Jul48; LP1712.


  EMPIRE IN EXILE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. in cooperation with
    the Netherlands Indies Government, c1941. 1 reel, sd. (The World
    Today)

    Credits: Producer, Truman Talley; continuity, Russ Sheilds;
    narrator, Leland Stowe; photographer, Eric Mayell.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 8May41; MP11264.


  EMPIRE STATE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1945. 1 reel, sd.,
    color. (Lowell Thomas Movietone Adventures)

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; music score, L. deFrancesco;
    photographer, William Storz; film editor, Russ Sheilds. Technicolor.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 27Jul45; MP16230.


  EMPLEO DE PELICULAS EN LAS AULAS (EL TRIGO Y EL HOMBRE). Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd., 16mm. Spanish version of
    "Using the Classroom Film (The Wheat Farmer)."

    Credits: Collaborator, H. P. Hartwig.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 27Sep46 (in notice: 1945);
    MP1378.


  EN ALGUN LUGAR, E. U. A. SEE Somewhere, U. S. A.


  THE ENCHANTED COTTAGE. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1945. 92 min., sd.
    Based on the play by Sir Arthur Wing Pinero.

    Credits: Producer, Harriet Parsons; director, John Cromwell;
    screenplay, DeWitt Bodeen, Herman J. Mankiewicz; music, Roy Webb;
    music director, C. Bakaleinikoff; orchestral arrangements, Gil Grau;
    editor, Joseph Noriega.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 9Mar45; LP13271.


  THE ENCHANTED FOREST. PRC Pictures, Inc., c1945. 9 reels, sd., color.

    Credits: Director, Lew Landers; original story, John Lebar;
    screenplay, Robert Lee Johnson, John Lebar, Lou Brock; adaptation,
    Sam Neuman, Lou Brock; music, Albert Hay Malotte.

    © PRC Pictures, Inc.; 17Nov45; LP13641.


  ENCHANTED LAKE. Released through United Artists, c1947. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (David L. Loew Musicolor Short) Based on music by
    Anatol Liadov.

    Credits: Producer, Werner Janssen. Cinecolor.

    © Musicolor, Inc.; 31Oct47 (in notice: 1946); MP2930.


  THE ENCHANTED SQUARE. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1947. 10 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm.

    Credits: Director, Seymour Kneitel; story, Shane Miller, Orestes
    Calpini.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 9May47; LP1007.


  THE ENCHANTED VALLEY. Pathe Industries, Inc., c1947. 77 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm.

    Summary: A lame boy and the peaceful atmosphere of a mountain valley
    exert a powerful influence on the lives of three criminals.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Schwarz; director, Robert Emmett Tansey;
    original screenplay, Frances Kavanaugh; music score, Lucien
    Cailliet; film editor, George McGuire.

    Cast: Alan Curtis, Anne Gwynne, Charley Grapewin, Donn Gift, Joseph
    Crehan.

    © Pathe Industries, Inc.; 22Dec47; LP1531.


  THE ENCHANTED VOYAGE. SEE Wake Up and Dream.


  ENCHANTMENT. Samuel Goldwyn Productions, Inc., c1948. 102 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel, "Take Three Tenses" by Rumer Godden.

    Summary: A sentimental drama interlacing the romances of two
    generations of lovers. Setting, London in the 1890's and during
    World War II.

    Credits: Producer, Samuel Goldwyn; director, Irving Reis;
    screenplay, John Patrick; music, Hugo Friedhofer; music direction,
    Emil Newman; film editor, Daniel Mandell.

    Cast: David Niven, Teresa Wright, Evelyn Keyes, Farley Granger,
    Jayne Meadows.

    © Samuel Goldwyn Productions, Inc.; 23Dec48; LP2049.


  THE END OF A PERFECT DAY. Jam Handy Organization, Inc. Presented by
    Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp. 1 min., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A family rides away from a picnic in the country in their
    new Chevrolet two-door sedan.

    © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 19Apr48; 6 prints,
    23Apr48; MU3024.


  END OF THE ROAD. c1944. Presented by Republic Pictures. 5 reels, sd.
    Based on an article by Alva Johnston.

    Credits: Director, George Blair; screenplay, Denison Clift, Gertrude
    Walker; music director, Richard Cherwin; photographer, William
    Bradford; film editor, Arthur Roberts.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 31Aug44; LP12826.


  ENDOCRINE GLANDS. Erpi Classroom Films, Inc., c1940. 1 reel, sd.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.; 2Jan40; MP9992.


  ENDOTRACHEAL ANESTHESIA. Billy Burke Productions. 22 min., sd., color,
    16mm.

    Summary: The equipment, techniques, agents, routes of intubation,
    and surgery as related to endotracheal anesthesia. For physicians.

    Appl. author: Charles McCuskey.

    © E. R. Squibb & Sons; title, descr., & 5 prints, 25Oct48; MU3420.


  THE ENEMA. sd. United States Navy.

    Appl. author: James P. Prindle.

    © Chicago Film Laboratory, Inc.; title, descr., & 6 prints, 18Mar44;
    MU14610.


  EL ENEMIGO INVISIBLE. Walt Disney Productions, c1945. 1 reel, sd.,
    color, 16mm. (Salud para las Americas) Spanish version of "The
    Unseen Enemy."

    Summary: The part microbes play in the spread of infectious
    diseases.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 13Aug45; MP2725.


  ENEMY AGENT. c1940. Presented by Universal Studios. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Ben Pivar; director, Lew Landers;
    original story, Sam Robins; screenplay, Sam Robins, Edmund L.
    Hartmann; cameraman, Jerome Ash; film editor, Ted Kent.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 28Mar40; LP9505.


  ENEMY AGENTS MEET ELLERY QUEEN. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 8
    reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Ralph Cohn; director, James Hogan; story, Ellery
    Queen [pseud. of Frederic Dannay and Manfred Bennington Lee];
    screenplay, Eric Taylor; music, Lee Zahler; film editor, Dwight
    Caldwell.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 30Jul42; LP11490.


  THE ENEMY JAPAN. Time, Inc., c1943. 2 reels each (no. 1, 1 reel) ©
    Time, Inc.

    1. The Land. © 25May43; MP13779.

    2. The People. © 25May43; MP13780.

    3. The Dream of Empire. © 25May43; MP13781.


  ENEMY OF THE LAW. P.R.C. Pictures, Inc., c1945. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Arthur Alexander; direction and original
    screenplay, Harry Fraser; music director, Lee Zahler; photographer,
    Jack Greenhalgh; film editor, Holbrook Todd.

    © P.R.C. Pictures, Inc.; 7May45; LP13650.


  ENEMY OF WOMEN. Monogram, c1944. 9 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, W. R. Frank; director, Alfred Zeisler; original
    story and screenplay, Alfred Zeisler, Herbert O. Phillips; music
    director, Arthur Guttman; photography, John Alton; film editor,
    Douglas W. Bagier.

    © W. R. Frank Productions; 2Sep44; LP12864.


  A ENERGIA E A SUA TRANSFORMAÇÃO. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.,
    c1946. 1 reel, sd., 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborators, Harvey B. Lemon; Hermann I. Schlesinger.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 29May46; MP732.


  ENERGY AND ITS TRANSFORMATIONS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.,
    in collaboration with Harvey B. Lemon and Hermann I. Schlesinger,
    c1946. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Afrikaans version. Title on script:
    "Die Omsetting van Energievorme."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc.; 18Jun46; MP1860.


  ENERGY IN OUR RIVERS. Coronet, c1948. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Shows how natural waterfalls and man-made dams have made
    possible numerous hydro-electric projects in North America. A
    simplified cross-section diagram of a power plant is used to explain
    the function of turbines, generators, etc.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, Thomas F. Barton.

    © David A. Smart; 17Nov48; MP3710.


  LES ENFANTS DU PARADIS. SEE Children of Paradise.


  EN ENFERMAGEM DOMÉSTICA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946.
    1 reel, sd., 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborator, Mary Beard.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 18Jun46; MP774.


  ENGINEERING. Audio Productions, Inc., for the U. S. Office of
    Education, c1944. 1 reel each, sd., 16mm. © Audio Productions, Inc.

    X-Ray Inspection. © 1Apr44; MP14678.

    Measurement with Light Waves. © 5May44; MP14873.


  ENGINEERING. Graphic Films, c1945. 1 reel each, sd. © Graphic Films.

    Principles of Lubrication. © 1Dec45; MP378.

    Principles of Refrigeration. © 1Dec45; MP379.

    Principles of Dry Friction. © 1Dec45; MP380.


  ENGINEERING. Vocational Guidance Films, Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd. (Your
    Life Work Series)

    Credits: Manuscripts, Arthur P. Twogood.

    © Vocational Guidance Films, Inc.; 1Feb42; MP12716.


  ENGINEERING; electronics. Loucks & Norling Studios, c1945. 1 reel
    each. © Loucks & Norling Studios.

    1. The Electron—an Introduction. Appl. author: Jack Norling. ©
    1Feb45; MP15823.

    2. The Diode—Principles and Applications. Appl. author: Jack
    Norling. © 1Mar45; MP15973.

    3. The Triode—Amplification. © 1Jun45; MP367.

    4. Principles of Gas-Filled Tubes. © 1Jun45; MP468.


  ENGINEERING; flue gas analysis (Orsat apparatus) Audio Productions,
    c1945. 1 reel, sd.

    © Audio Productions; 1Apr45; MP15879.


  ENGINEERING; fundamentals of mechanics. Loucks & Norling Studios,
    c1945. 1 reel each. © Loucks & Norling Studios.

    An Introduction to Vectors—Coplanar Concurrent Forces. © 1Jun45;
    MP366.

    Principle of Moments. © 1Jun45; MP469.

    Principles of Gearing—an Introduction. © 1Jun45; MP467.


  ENGINEERING; heat treatment of steel. Audio Productions, Inc., c1945.
    1 reel each. © Audio Productions, Inc.

    1. Elements of Hardening. © 1Jun45; MP16181.

    2. Elements of Tempering, Normalizing and Annealing. © 1Jun45;
    MP16182.

    3. Elements of Surface Hardening. © 1Jun45; MP16183.


  ENGINEERING; materials testing. Audio Productions, c1945. 1 reel, sd.
    © Audio Productions.

    Tension Testing. © 1Mar45; MP15878.


  ENGINEERING; metallurgy. Graphic Films, c1945. 1 reel each. © Graphic
    Films.

    Heat Treatment of Aluminum. pt. 1. © 1Dec45; MP376.

    Heat Treatment of Aluminum. pt. 2. © 1Dec45; MP377.


  ENGINEERING; powder metallurgy. Audio Productions, Inc., c1945. 1 reel
    each. © Audio Productions, Inc.

    1. Principles and Uses. © 1Aug45; MP16462.

    2. Manufacture of Porous Bronze Bearings. © 1Aug45; MP16465.


  ENGLAND: BACKGROUND OF LITERATURE. Coronet, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    16mm.

    Summary: Scenes of London, the River Thames, the English
    countryside, and the sea are shown in relation to the works of such
    great English writers as Chaucer, Shakespeare, Wordsworth, Dickens,
    Kipling, and Masefield.

    Credits: Collaborator, John J. DeBoer.

    © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 1Dec47;
    MP3106.


  ENGLISH CHILDREN. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1949. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: A view of the daily life of an English city family, with
    emphasis on the activities of the children at school, at home, on a
    holiday, and during play. For primary and middle grade levels.

    Credits: Collaborator, Harold S. Kemp.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 23Feb49; MP3890.


  ENGLISH OUTINGS. Vitaphone Corp., c1949. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Sports Parade) Warner Bros.

    Summary: The film shows traditional outdoor sports of England,
    including boat-racing, sheep dog contests, grouse hunting, motor
    hill-climbing, and horse racing.

    Credits: Written by Charles L. Tedford; narrator, Marvin Miller;
    editor, Rex Steele.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 17May49; MP4070.


  ENGULFED CATHEDRAL. Musicolor, Inc., c1947. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (David L. Loew Musicolor Short)

    Credits: Producer, Werner Janssen.

    © Musicolor, Inc.; 13Jun47; MP3048.


  ENLIGHTEN MY DARKNESS. Verne J. Klaus. 2,000 ft., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: A film of adventure and crime, in which a veteran and a
    young woman recover a hoard of smuggled jewelry and aid in the
    capture of the smugglers.

    © Verne J. Klaus; title & descr., 14Jun48; 13 prints, 15Jun48;
    LU1660.


  ENREGISTREMENT ET REPRODUCTION DU SON. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    Inc., c1948. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. French version of "Sound
    Recording and Reproduction."

    Summary: Explains the principles underlying photo-electric sound
    recording and reproduction of sound on film; shows how sound is
    amplified and how the light valve operates. Presented chiefly by
    means of animated drawings.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 15Nov48; MP3598.


  ENRIC MADRIGUERA AND HIS ORCHESTRA. The Vitaphone Corp., c1946. 10
    min., sd., 35mm. (Melody Master Band)

    Credits: Director, Jack Scholl.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 28Sep46; MP1182.


  ENTER ARSENE LUPIN. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1944. 72 min., sd.
    Based on a character created by Maurice Le Blanc.

    Credits: Producer and director, Ford Beebe; original screenplay,
    Bertram Millhauser; music score and direction, Milton Rosen; film
    editor, Saul A. Goodkind.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 27Nov44; LP12980.


  ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION. Walt Disney Productions, for the Institute
    of Inter-American Affairs, c1946. 1 reel, sd., color, 16mm. (Health
    for the Americas)

    Summary: Cleanliness and health replace dirt and disease in a
    growing city when water and sewer systems are constructed.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 3Apr46; MP2728.


  EPITAPH FOR A SPY. SEE Hotel Reserve.


  AN EQUAL CHANCE. Time, Inc., for the New York State Commission Against
    Discrimination, c1949. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Summary: Shows how the New York State Commission Against
    Discrimination has been able to help those who have been
    discriminated against to get and hold jobs. Emphasizes that
    individuals of diverse backgrounds and races can work together
    peaceably.

    © New York State Commission Against Discrimination; 15Aug49; MP4608.


  EQUESTRIAN QUIZ. Loew's Inc., c1946. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    875 ft., sd., b&w. (A Pete Smith Specialty) (What's Your I. Q.? no.
    11)

    Credits: Producer and narrator, Pete Smith; screenplay, Dave
    O'Brien, Lew Harris; film editor, J. J. Durant, Jr.

    © Loew's Inc.; 7May46; LP306.


  ERDOEL. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1949. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    16mm. German version of "Petroleum."

    Summary: Portrays the vital role of petroleum in today's economic
    and political life. Shows how oil is used for transportation,
    heating, and manufacturing; explains how seismographs are used in
    exploring for oil, how drilling is carried on, and how oil is
    refined; and illustrates how the world's petroleum resources are
    distributed. For junior and senior high school and adult groups.

    Credits: Collaborator, Lester E. Klimm.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 25Aug49; MP4612.


  ERRAND BOY FOR RHYTHM. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1946. 1 reel, sd.

    Credits: Director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 27May46; MP700.


  ERYTHROBLASTIC ANEMIA. Mead Johnson & Co. sd.

    Appl. author: Thomas B. Cooley.

    © Mead Johnson & Co.; title, descr., & 5 prints, 3Jul41; MU11293.


  ERYTHROBLASTIC ANEMIA. Wilding Picture Productions, Inc. for Mead
    Johnson and Co., c1941. 37 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Dr. Thomas B. Cooley delivers a lecture on erythroblastic
    anemia, also known as Cooley's anemia.

    © Mead Johnson & Co.; 14May41; MP3210.


  ES LEBE DIE LIEBE (LONG LIVE LOVE). b&w, 16mm.

    Appl. author: Bavaria Filmkunst.

    © Levinson-Finney Enterprises, Inc.; title, descr., & 10 prints,
    8Dec46; LU765.


  ESCAPE. Loew's Inc., c1940. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 11
    reels, sd., b&w. A Mervyn LeRoy production. Based on the novel by
    Ethel Vance.

    Credits: Director, Mervyn LeRoy; screenplay, Arch Obeler, Marguerite
    Roberts; film editor, George Boemler.

    © Loew's Inc.; 4Nov40; LP10038.


  ESCAPE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1948. 78 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the play by John Galsworthy.

    Summary: A melodrama which shows how various people felt toward a
    former R. A. F. flyer after he escapes from Dartmoor during a heavy
    fog.

    Credits: Producer, William Perlberg; director, Joseph L. Mankiewicz;
    screenplay, Philip Dunne; music, William Alwyn; music director, Muir
    Mathieson.

    Cast: Rex Harrison, Peggy Cummins, William Hartnell, Norman Wooland,
    Jill Esmond.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 14Aug48; LP2307.


  ESCAPE FROM CRIME. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1942. 51 min., sd. A
    Warner Bros.-First National picture. From a story by Danny Ahearn.

    Credits: Director, D. Ross Lederman; screenplay, Raymond L. Schrock;
    film editor, Doug Gould.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 23Jul42; LP11469.


  ESCAPE FROM HONGKONG. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1942. 6 reels,
    sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Marshall Grant; director, William Nigh;
    original screenplay, Roy Chanslor; photography, Woody Bredell; film
    editor, Maurice Wright.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 8May42; LP11291.


  ESCAPE IN THE DESERT. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1945. 79 min., sd.
    A Warner Bros.-First National picture. From a play by Robert E.
    Sherwood.

    Credits: Producer, Alex Gottlieb; director, Edward A. Blatt;
    screenplay, Thomas Job; adaptation, Marvin Borowsky; music, Adolph
    Deutsch; music director, Leo F. Forbstein; orchestral arrangements,
    Jerome Moross; photographer, Robert Burks; film editor, Owen Marks.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 22Mar45; LP13285.


  ESCAPE IN THE FOG. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1945. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Wallace MacDonald; director, Oscar Boetticher,
    Jr.; original screenplay, Aubrey Wisberg; film editor, Jerome Thoms.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 5Apr45; LP13268.


  ESCAPE ME NEVER. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1947. 104 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. A First National picture. Based on the novel and play by
    Margaret Kennedy.

    Credits: Producer, Henry Blanke; director, Peter Godfrey;
    screenplay, Thames Williamson, Lenore Coffee; music, Erich Wolfgang
    Korngold; music director, Leo F. Forbstein; film editor, Clarence
    Kolster.

    Cast: Errol Flynn, Ida Lupino, Eleanor Parker, Gig Young.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 22Nov47; LP1305.


  ESCAPE TO DANGER. c1944. Presented by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. 84
    min., sd. From an original story by Patrick Kirman.

    Credits: Producers and directors, Victor Hanbury, Lance Comfort,
    Mutz Greenbaum; screenplay, Jack Whittingham; music, William Alwyn;
    photographer, Guy Green; editor, E. B. Jarvis.

    Appl. author: RKO Radio British Productions, Ltd.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 3Feb44; LP12589.


  ESCAPE TO GLORY. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, John Brahm; story, Sidney Biddell, Fredric Frank;
    screenplay, P. J. Wolfson; music director, M. W. Stoloff; film
    editor, Al Clark.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 14Oct40; LP10237.


  ESCAPE TO PARADISE. c1939. Presented by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. 62
    min., sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Barney Briskin; director, Erle C.
    Kenton; original story, Ian Hunter, Herbert C. Lewis; screenplay,
    Weldon Melick; music director, Victor Young; film editor, Arthur
    Hilton.

    © Bobby Breen Productions, Inc.; 22Dec39; LP9342.


  ESCORT GIRL. Continental Pictures, Inc., c1941, 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Eddie Kaye; story, David and Ann Halpern.

    © Continental Pictures, Inc.; 4Nov41; LP10917.


  LA ESCUETA VERDAD. American Social Hygiene Assn., c1946. 1 reel, sd.,
    16mm. Spanish version of "Plain Facts."

    Credits: Spanish version by La Oficina de Educacion Sanitaria.
    Departamento de Sanidad, San Juan.

    © American Social Hygiene Assn.; 1Jun46; MP1602.


  ESCULTURA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in collaboration with
    Forest Grant and George J. Lober, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Portuguese version of "Plastic Art."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 7Feb47; MP1696.


  ESCULTURA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in collaboration with
    Forest Grant and George J. Lober, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Spanish version of "Plastic Art."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 6Feb47; MP1680.


  ESKIMO CHILDREN. Erpi Classroom Films, Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd. With
    teacher's handbook.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.; 29Dec41; MP14220.


  ESKIMO CHILDREN. SEE Niños Esquimales.


  ESKIMO TRAILS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1940. 1 reel, sd.
    (Father Hubbard's Adventures)

    Credits: Producer, Truman Talley; described by Father Hubbard,
    Lowell Thomas; music score, John Rochetti; editor, Lew Lehr.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 2Aug40; MP10413.


  O ESQUILO PARDO. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel,
    sd., 16mm.

    Credits: Collaborators, Arthur I. Gates, Ernest Horn, Celeste C.
    Pearson.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 8Jun46; MP783.


  ESSENTIALS OF FIRST AID. Time, Inc., c1942. 3 reels.

    © Time, Inc.; 9Jul42; MP13800.


  OS ESTADOS CENTRAIS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd., 16mm.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 24Jun46; MP832.


  OS ESTADOS DO NERDESTE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd., 16mm.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 29May46; MP730.


  OS ESTADOS DO NOROESTE (THE NORTHWESTERN STATES). Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd., 16mm. (Filme Escolar
    Erpi)

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 27May46; MP641.


  OS ESTADOS DO SUDESTE (THE SOUTHEASTERN STATES). Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd., 16mm. (Filme Escolar
    Erpi)

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 27May46; MP643.


  OS ESTADOS DO SUDOESTE (THE SOUTHWESTERN STATES). Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd., 16mm. (Filme Escolar
    Erpi)

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 27May46; MP642.


  O ESTANCIEIRO. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., in collaboration
    with William M. Gregory, c1947. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Portuguese
    version of "The Cattleman."

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 10Mar47; MP1842.


  AN ESTATE IS BORN. General Pictures Productions, Inc., c1949.
    Presented by the Insurance Research and Review Service, Inc. 27
    min., sd., color, 16mm.

    Summary: Shows that the economic security of the American home can
    be protected by adequate life insurance.

    Credits: Script, W. R. Spencer, Jr.; narrator, C. L. Reynolds.

    © The Insurance Research & Review Service, Inc.; 15Mar49; MP4049.


  THE ETERNAL GIFT. sd.

    Appl. authors: Hugh Calkins and the Servite Fathers.

    © The Eternal Gift, Inc.; title, descr., & 3 prints, 23Jul41;
    MU11362.


  ETIQUETTE BLUES. Soundies Distributing Corporation of America, Inc.,
    c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 12Oct42; MP13051.


  EUGENE, THE JEEP. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1940. 1 reel, sd. (Popeye)

    Credits: Director, Dave Fleischer; story, Joseph E. Stultz;
    animation, Grim Natwick, Irving Spector.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 13Dec40; LP10123.


  EVE KNEW HER APPLES. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1945. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Wallace MacDonald; director, Will Jason; story,
    Rian James; screenplay, E. Edwin Moran; film editor, Jerome Thoms.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 12Apr45; LP13269.


  THE EVE OF ST. MARK. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1944. 8,690
    ft., sd. Adapted from the play by Maxwell Anderson.

    Credits: Director, John M. Stahl; screenplay, George Seaton; music
    director, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 30May44; LP12756.


  EVEN AS I O U. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1942. 1,424 ft.

    Credits: Director, Del Lord; story and screenplay, Felix Adler.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 18Sep42; LP12031.


  EVENING CARE. Presented by The Bureau of Aeronautics for the Bureau of
    Medicine and Surgery. sd.

    Appl. author: James P. Prindle.

    © Chicago Film Laboratory, Inc.; title & descr., 17Jun43; 6 prints,
    7Jun43; MU13681.


  EVER SINCE VENUS. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1944. 8 reels, sd.

    Credits: Director, Arthur Dreifuss; original screenplay, McElbert
    Moore, Arthur Dreifuss; music director, Mario Silva; orchestrations,
    Lyle Murphy; film editor, Otto Meyer.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 27Oct44; LP13086.


  EVER THE BEGINNING. SEE My Girl Tisa.


  EVERGLADES ADVENTURE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1948. 9 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. (Movietone's Sports Review)

    Summary: After reaching a landing spot in the Florida Everglades, a
    group that has entered the swamp by plane enjoys camping and hunting
    for alligators.

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; narrator, Mel Allen; music score, L.
    deFrancesco; film editor, Arthur Lincer.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 10Mar48; MP3239.


  EVERGREEN PLAYLAND. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1942. 1 reel,
    sd. (Ed Thorgersen's Sports Review)

    Credits: Producer, Truman Talley; director, Leon C. Shelly;
    photographer, Ray Fernstrom; film editor, Russ Sheilds.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 30Jan42; MP15919.


  EVERY GIRL SHOULD BE MARRIED. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1948. 85
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A Dore Schary presentation. Based on a story
    by Eleanor Harris.

    Summary: A comedy about the schemes used by a shop-girl in snaring a
    husband.

    Credits: Produced, directed, and cowritten by Don Hartman;
    screenplay collaboration, Stephen Morehouse Avery; music, Leigh
    Harline; music director, C. Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Harry
    Marker.

    Cast: Cary Grant, Franchot Tone, Diana Lynn, Betsy Drake, Alan
    Mowbray.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 15Dec48; LP2047.


  EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT. Presented by Chevrolet. 1 min.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Sales Corp.; title,
    descr., & 44 prints, 20Mar41; MU10944.


  EVERY SEVENTH FAMILY. Wilding Picture Productions, Inc., c1949. 28
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Shows how consumer finance service solves budget problems.

    Credits: Director, Jack Tiller; film editor, John Cook.

    Appl. author: James P. Prindle.

    © National Consumer Finance Association; 17Jan49; LP2215.


  EVERY TWENTY MINUTES...ONE OF YOU... 1/2 reel, sd. Presented by the
    Traffic Association of Detroit.

    © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 28Jun46; 12
    prints, 1Jul46; MU759.


  EVERYBODY TALKS ABOUT IT. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1947. 1 reel, sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Commentary, Justin Herman; narrator, Tex McCrary.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 1Aug47; MP2230.


  EVERYBODY'S JUMPIN' NOW. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1946. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. A Filmcraft production.

    Credits: Producer and director, William Forest Crouch.

    © Soundies Films, Inc. (in notice: Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc.); 30Dec46; MP1771.


  EVERYDAY COURTESY. Coronet, c1948. 9 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Everyday courtesy is demonstrated in a school classroom.
    Primarily for intermediate, junior, and senior high school classes
    in language arts and social studies.

    Credits: Collaborator, William E. Young.

    © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 4May48;
    MP3102.


  EVERYDAY IS SATURDAY IN HARLEM. Soundies Distributing Corp. of
    America, Inc., c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 22May44; MP14862.


  EVERY DAY OF MY LIFE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 14Aug44; MP15098.


  EVERYTHING HAPPENS AT NIGHT. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1939.
    6,995 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Irving Cummings; original screenplay, Art Arthur,
    Robert Harari; music director, Cyril J. Mockridge.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 22Dec39; LP9615.


  EXACTLY LIKE YOU. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1941.
    1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 22Dec41; MP11953.


  EXAMINATION OF THE BREAST FOR EARLY CANCER. Billy Burke Productions,
    for the California Dept. of Public Health and the California Medical
    Association. 23 min., sd., color, 16mm.

    Summary: Depicts correct technique for diagnosing cancer of the
    breast. For the use of members of the medical profession only.

    © State of California Dept. of Public Health and California Medical
    Association; title, descr., & 8 prints, 8May48; MU2955.


  AN EXAMPLE OF MASS PRODUCTION. 2 reels.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Organization, Inc.

    © General Motors Corp.; title & descr., 19Oct44; 5 prints, 18Oct44;
    MU15325.


  EXCLUSIVE MOTION PICTURES OF OUTSTANDING HEAVYWEIGHT BOXING CONTEST OF
    THE YEAR BETWEEN PAT COMISKEY AND MAX BAER, HELD AT ROOSEVELT
    STADIUM, JERSEY CITY SEPTEMBER, 1940. Jack Dietz, c1940. 1 reel.

    © Jack Dietz; 30Sep40; MP10511.


  EXERCISE AND HEALTH. Coronet, c1949. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Shows how physical activities contribute toward physical,
    social, and emotional well-being.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, Erwin F. Beyer.

    © David A. Smart; 9Mar49; MP4225.


  THE EXILE. Universal-International in association with The Fairbanks
    Co., Inc., c1948. 95 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel, "His
    Majesty the King," by Cosmo Hamilton.

    Summary: Shows the adventures of Charles II of England during his
    exile in Holland prior to the Restoration of 1660.

    Credits: Produced and written by Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.; director,
    Max Opuls; music, Frank Skinner; orchestrations, David Tamkin; film
    editor, Ted J. Kent.

    Cast: Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Maria Montez, Paule Croset, Henry
    Daniell, Nigel Bruce.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 8Mar48; LP1674.


  EXOTIC MEXICO. c1942. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 788 ft., sd.,
    color. (James A. FitzPatrick's Traveltalks)

    Credits: Narrator, James A. FitzPatrick; photographer, Wilfrid
    Cline. Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 18Jun42; MP12643.


  EXPERIMENT. Presented by General Motors Corp. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm.

    © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; title, descr., & 14 prints,
    5Aug46; MU920.


  EXPERIMENT PERILOUS. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1944. 91 min., sd.
    From the novel by Margaret Carpenter.

    Credits: Producer, Warren Duff; director, Jacques Tourneur;
    screenplay, Warren Duff; music, Roy Webb; music director, C.
    Bakaleinikoff; editor, Ralph Dawson.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 18Dec44; LP13172.


  EXPERIMENTAL NEUROSES AND PSYCHOTHERAPY. Jules H. Masserman. 55 min.,
    16mm.

    © Jules H. Masserman; title, descr., & 2 prints, 23Mar44; MU14642.


  EXPERIMENTS ON WILD BEER. Wallerstein Co., Inc. 450 ft., color, 16mm.

    Summary: The film describes the phenomenon of gushing beer, shows
    through experiments how particles may evolve gas from beer, and
    portrays the effect of air, iron, and other factors on the
    production of wildness in beer.

    © Wallerstein Co., Inc.; title, descr., & 4 prints, 6Apr49; MU3951.


  EXPLORING SPACE. Columbia Pictures Corp. with the cooperation of the
    Hayden Planetarium, c1941. 841 ft., sd. (Cinescope, no. 15)

    Credits: Producer, Fred Waller; narrator, Gregory Abbott; editor,
    George Wicke.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 8Aug41; MP11940.


  EXPOSED. Republic Productions, Inc., c1947. 59 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Associate producer, William J. O'Sullivan; director, George
    Blair; original story, Charles Moran; screenplay, Royal K. Cole,
    Charles Moran; music, Ernest Gold; film editor, Irving M.
    Schoenberg.

    Cast: Adele Mara, Robert Scott, Adrian Booth, Robert Armstrong,
    Harry Shannon.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 17Sep47; LP1252.


  O EXTREMO OESTE (THE FAR WESTERN STATES). Encyclopaedia Britannica
    Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd., 16mm. (Filme Escolar Erpi)

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 27May46; MP640.


  EYE PAY—YOU TAKE IT. Ray-Bell Films, Inc.

    Appl. author: R. H. Ray.

    © J. B. Schuyler; title, descr., & 5 prints, 12Mar42; MU12259.


  THE EYES (ADVANCED). c1941. 978 ft., 16mm.

    Appl. author: C. E. Turner.

    © Eastman Kodak Co., Teaching Films Div.; 9Jan41; MP11233.


  EYES AND THEIR CARE. Encyclopaedia Films, Inc., c1946. 1 reel, sd.,
    16mm. In Greek.

    © Encyclopaedia Films, Inc.; 15Jun46; MP875.


  THE EYES AND THEIR CARE. Erpi Classroom Films, Inc., c1941. 1 reel,
    sd. With teacher's handbook.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.; 21Dec41; MP14219.


  THE EYES (ELEMENTARY). c1941. 931 ft., 16mm.

    Appl. author: C. E. Turner.

    © Eastman Kodak Co., Teaching Films Div.; 9Jan41; MP11232.


  THE EYES HAVE IT. Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel, sd., color. (A Walt Disney Donald Duck)

    Credits: Director, Jack Hannah; story, Bill Berg, Ralph Wright;
    animation, Bob Carlson, Hugh Fraser, Don Patterson, John Reed; music
    Paul J. Smith. Technicolor.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 2Jan45; LP13214.


  EYES IN THE NIGHT. Loew's Inc., c1942. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 4 reels, sd., b&w. Based upon a book by Baynard
    Kendrick.

    Credits: Producer, Jack Chertok; director, Fred Zinnemann;
    screenplay, Guy Trosper, Howard Emmett Rogers; music score, Lennie
    Hayton; film editor, Ralph Winters.

    © Loew's Inc.; 11Sep42; LP11588.


  EYES OF TEXAS. Republic Productions, Inc., c1948. 70 min., sd., color,
    35mm.

    Summary: Roy Rogers, as a U. S. marshal, saves a Texas ranch, used
    as a home for war-orphaned boys, from seizure by a conniving woman
    lawyer.

    Credits: Associate producer, Edward J. White; director, William
    Witney; original screenplay, Sloan Nibley; music director, Morton
    Scott; music score, Dale Butts; film editor, Tony Martinelli.

    Cast: Roy Rogers, Lynne Roberts, Andy Devine, Nana Bryant, Bob Nolan
    and the Sons of the Pioneers.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 24Jun48; LP1736.


  THE EYES OF TEXAS. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1943. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 10May43; MP13548.


  EYES OF THE NAVY. Loew's Inc., with the cooperation of the United
    States Navy, c1940. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 2 reels, sd.,
    b&w.

    Credits: Screenplay, Herman Hoffman; music score, Daniele
    Amfitheatrof; film editor, Roy Bricker.

    © Loew's Inc.; 22Oct40; LP10023.


  EYES OF THE UNDERWORLD. c1942. Presented by Universal Studios. 6
    reels, sd. Based on an original story by Maxwell Shane.

    Credits: Associate producer, Ben Pivar; director, Roy William Neill;
    screenplay, Michael L. Simmons, Arthur Strawn; photography, George
    Robinson; film editor, Frank Gross.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 19May42; LP11311.


  EYEWITNESS IN ATHENS. Union Films, c1949. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: The story of what is happening in Greece today. Shows the
    role of the United States foreign policy in support of the
    government and points the way to a democratic solution.

    © Carl A. Marzani, d.b.a. Union Films; 25Aug49; MP4831.



                                   F


  THE F.B.I. SEE The March of Time, 1947.


  F.D.R. WAS MY SKIPPER. Paul D. Rust, Jr., c1949. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm.

    Summary: The story of a holiday cruise taken by President Franklin
    D. Roosevelt in 1933.

    Credits: Director, Paul D. Rust, Jr.; story, Ruth Bingham.

    © Paul D. Rust, Jr.; 29Nov49; MP4835.


  F4U CORSAIR. 3/4 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. United States Navy.

    Appl. author: Harvey J. Plants.

    © Pathescope-Ideal Productions; title, descr., & 3 prints, 18Mar44;
    MU14609.


  F6F HELLCAT. 3/4 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. United States Navy.

    Appl. author: Harvey J. Plants.

    © Pathescope-Ideal Productions; title, descr., & 3 prints, 18Mar44;
    MU14608.


  THE FABULOUS DORSEYS. Embassy Productions, Inc., c1947. 88 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Acknowledgement is made of the "Freedom of Opportunity"
    radio broadcast entitled "Story of the Dorsey Brothers."

    Credits: Producer, Charles R. Rogers; director, Alfred E. Green;
    original screenplay, Richard English, Art Arthur, Curtis Kenyon;
    music director, Louis Forbes.

    Cast: Tommy Dorsey, Jimmy Dorsey, Janet Blair, Paul Whiteman,
    William Lundigan.

    © Embassy Productions, Inc.; 21Feb47; LP865.


  THE FABULOUS FRAUD. Loew's Inc., c1948. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (John
    Nesbitt's Passing Parade) An MGM picture.

    Summary: This film describes the life of Franz Anton Mesmer, late
    eighteenth-century Austrian physician who, while practicing as a
    charlatan in Paris, discovers the power of hypnotism. After his
    science falls into disrepute, he dies in exile, not knowing the
    value of his research.

    Credits: Producer, Herbert Moulton; director, Edward Cahn; written
    and narrated by John Nesbitt; music score, Robert Franklyn; film
    editor, Conrad A. Nervig.

    Cast: John Baragrey, Phyllis Morris, Marcia Mae Jones, Morris
    Ankrum.

    © Loew's Inc.; 1Sep48; LP1794.


  THE FABULOUS JOE. Hal Roach Studios, Inc., c1947. 59 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Comedy Carnival, pt. 2)

    Credits: Producer, Bebe Daniels; director, Harve Foster; original
    story, Hal Roach, Jr.; screenplay, Jack Jevne; music director, Heinz
    Roemheld; film editor, Bert Jordon.

    Cast: Walter Abel, Margot Grahame, Marie Wilson, Donald Meek.

    © Hal Roach Studios, Inc.; 29Aug47; LP1238.


  THE FABULOUS SUZANNE. c1946. Presented by Republic Pictures. 8 reels,
    sd., 35mm.

    Credits: Associate producer and director, Steve Sekely; original
    story, William Bowers, Tedwell Chapman; screenplay, Tedwell Chapman,
    Randall Faye; music score, Arthur Lange; cinematographer, Henry
    Sharpe; film editor, John Hoffman.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 12Nov46; LP669.


  THE FABULOUS TEXAN. Republic Productions, Inc., c1947. 10 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 35mm.

    Credits: Associate producer, Edmund Grainger; director, Edward
    Ludwig; original story, Hal Long; screenplay, Lawrence Hazard,
    Horace McCoy; music, Anthony Collins; film editor, Richard L. Van
    Enger.

    Cast: William Elliott, John Carroll, Catherine McLeod.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 12Nov47; LP1294.


  THE FACE BEHIND THE MASK. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1941. 7 reels, sd.
    Based upon a play by Thomas Edward O'Connell.

    Credits: Producer, Wallace McDonald; director, Robert Florey; story,
    Arthur Levinson; screenplay, Allen Vincent, Paul Jarrico; music
    director, M. W. Stoloff; film editor, Charles Nelson.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 10Feb41; LP10254.


  THE FACE IN THE MIRROR (I WONDER). Presented by Jamieson Handy.

    © Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.; title & descr., 25Apr40; 308
    prints, 26Apr40; LU9602.


  THE FACE OF MARBLE. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1946. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Jeffrey Bernerd; director, William Beaudine;
    original story, William Thiele, Edmund Hartmann; screenplay, Michel
    Jacoby; music director, Edward Kay; photographer, Harry Neuman;
    editor, William Austin.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 19Jan46; LP223.


  FACES IN THE FOG. c1944. Presented by Republic Pictures. 7 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer, Herman Millakowsky; director, John
    English; original screenplay, Jack Townley; music director, Richard
    Cherwin; photographer, Reggie Lanning; film editor, Tony Martinelli.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 10Nov44; LP13151.


  FACING YOUR DANGER. The Vitaphone Corp., c1945. 10 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (The Sports Parade)

    Credits: Producer, Gordon Hollingshead; director, Edwin E. Olsen;
    narrator, Knox Manning. Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 23Dec45; MP639.


  THE FACTS OF LIFE. Dwain Esper, c1944. 2 reels.

    © Dwain Esper; 15Mar44; MP16143.


  FAILURE IN GERMANY. Union Films, c1949. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: The film shows the role of the State Department in
    rebuilding Germany and suggests changes in our occupation policy.

    © Carl A. Marzani, d.b.a. Union Films; 25Aug49; MP4830.


  FAIR AND WORMER. Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc., c1946. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm.

    Credits: Technicolor.

    © The Vitaphone Corp.; 31Aug46; MP1116.


  FAIR TODAY. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1941. 1 reel, sd., color.
    (A Walter Lantz Cartune) A Walter Lantz production.

    Credits; Director, Walter Lantz; story, Ben Hardaway; music, Darrell
    Calker. Technicolor.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 7Feb41; MP10833.


  FAIRWEATHER FIENDS. c1946. Presented by Universal. 1 reel, sd., color,
    35mm. (A Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker Cartune) A Walter Lantz
    production.

    Credits: Director, James Culhane; story, Ben Hardaway, Milt
    Schaffer; animation, Laverne Harding, Sidney Pillet; music, Darrell
    Calker. Technicolor.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc. & Walter Lantz Productions; 26Sep46;
    MP1126.


  FAIRY TALE MURDER. SEE River Gang.


  FAITH OF OUR FATHERS. C. O. Baptista Films, c1948. 4 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. (Filmsing Melody)

    © C. O. Baptista Films; 10Jan48; MP2823.


  FAITHFUL IN MY FASHION. Loew's Inc., c1946. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 8 reels, sd., 35mm.

    Credits: Director, Sidney Salkow; written by Lionel Houser; music
    score, Nathaniel Shilkret; film editor, Irvine Warburton.

    © Loew's Inc.; 4Jun46; LP357.


  FALA. Loew's Inc., c1943. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 707 ft.,
    sd., b&w. (A Pete Smith Specialty) Based on the book by Margaret
    Suckley and Alice Dalgliesh.

    Credits: Director, Gunther V. Fritsch; screenplay, E. Maurice Adler,
    Joe Ansen, Herbert Morgan; film editor, Philip Anderson.

    © Loew's Inc.; 6Apr43; LP12012.


  FALA AT HYDE PARK. Loew's Inc., c1946. Presented by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 964 ft., sd., color. (A Pete Smith Specialty)

    Credits; Producer and narrator, Pete Smith; director, Gunther V.
    Fritsch; original story, Margaret Suckley; screenplay, Herbert
    Morgan; film editor, Philip Anderson. Technicolor.

    © Loew's Inc.; 15Jan46; LP86.


  THE FALCON AND THE CO-EDS. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1943. 68 min.,
    sd. Based on the character created by Michael Arlen.

    Credits: Producer, Maurice Geraghty; director, William Clemens;
    original story, Ardel Wray; screenplay, Ardel Wray, Gerald Geraghty;
    music director, C. Bakaleinikoff; editor, Theron Warth.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 11Nov43; LP12450.


  THE FALCON IN DANGER. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1943. 70 min., sd.
    Based upon the character created by Michael Arlen.

    Credits: Producer, Maurice Geraghty; director, William Clemens;
    screenplay, Fred Niblo, Jr., Craig Rice; music, Roy Webb; music
    director, C. Bakaleinikoff; editor, George Crone.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 13Jul43; LP12151.


  THE FALCON IN HOLLYWOOD. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1944. 67 min., sd.
    Based on the character created by Michael Arlen.

    Credits: Producer, Maurice Geraghty; director, Gordon Douglas;
    screenplay, Gerald Geraghty; music director, C. Bakaleinikoff;
    editor, Gene Milford.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 30Nov44; LP13284.


  THE FALCON IN MEXICO. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1944. 70 min., sd.
    Based on the character created by Michael Arlen.

    Credits: Producer, Maurice Geraghty; director, William Berke;
    original screenplay, George Worthing Yates, Gerald Geraghty; music
    director, C. Bakaleinikoff; editor, Joseph Noriega.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 26Jul44; LP12794.


  THE FALCON IN SAN FRANCISCO. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1945. 66 min.,
    sd.

    Credits: Producer, Maurice Geraghty; director, Joseph H. Lewis;
    original story, Robert Kent; screenplay, Robert Kent, Ben Markson;
    music, Paul Sawtell; music director, C. Bakaleinikoff; editor, Ernie
    Leadlay.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 20Jul45; LP13630.


  THE FALCON OUT WEST. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1944. 64 min., sd.
    Based on the character created by Michael Arlen.

    Credits: Producer, Maurice Geraghty; director, William Clemens;
    original screenplay, Billy Jones, Morton Grant; music, Roy Webb;
    music director, C. Bakaleinikoff; editor, Gene Milford.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 17Mar44; LP12706.


  THE FALCON STRIKES BACK. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1943. 66 min., sd.
    Based upon the character created by Michael Arlen.

    Credits: Producer, Maurice Geraghty; director, Edward Dmytryk;
    story, Stuart Palmer; screenplay, Edward Dein, Gerald Geraghty;
    music, Roy Webb; music director, C. Bakaleinikoff; editor, George
    Crone.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 7May43; LP12153.


  THE FALCON TAKES OVER. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1942. 63 min., sd.
    Based upon the character created by Michael Arlen and from the novel
    "Farewell, My Lovely" by Raymond Chandler.

    Credits: Producer, Howard Benedict; director, Irving Reis;
    screenplay, Lynn Root, Frank Fenton; music director, C.
    Bakaleinikoff; editor, Harry Marker.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 13May42; LP11354.


  THE FALCON'S ADVENTURE. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1947. 61 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on the character created by Michael Arlen.

    Credits: Producer, Herman Schlom; director, William Berke; original
    screenplay, Aubrey Wisberg; music, Paul Sawtell; music director, C.
    Bakaleinikoff; film editor, Marvin Coil.

    Cast: Tom Conway, Madge Meredith, Edward S. Brophy.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 2Jan47; LP891.


  THE FALCON'S ALIBI. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1946. 62 min., sd.
    Based on the character created by Michael Arlen.

    Credits: Producer, William Berke; director, Ray McCarey; story, Dane
    Lussier, Manny Seff; screenplay, Paul Yawitz; music director, C.
    Bakaleinikoff; editor, Philip Martin, Jr.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 1Jan46; LP369.


  THE FALCON'S BROTHER. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1942. 63 min., sd.
    Based upon the character created by Michael Arlen.

    Credits: Producer, Maurice Geraghty; director, Stanley Logan;
    original screenplay, Stuart Palmer, Craig Rice; music, Roy Webb;
    music director, C. Bakaleinikoff; editor, Mark Robson.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 6Nov42; LP11907.


  FALL GUY. Loew's Inc., c1945. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 2
    reels, sd., b&w. (A Crime Does Not Pay Subject)

    Credits: Director, Paul Burnford; original story and screenplay,
    Martin Berkeley; music score, Max Terr; film editor, Chester
    Schaeffer.

    © Loew's Inc.; 7Apr45; LP13230.


  FALL GUY. Monogram Pictures Corp., c1947. 64 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on the story, "Cocaine" by Cornell Woolrich.

    Credits: Producer, Walter Mirisch; director, Reginald LeBorg;
    screenplay, Jerry Warner; film editor, Edward Mann.

    Cast: Cliff Penn, Teala Loring, Robert Armstrong, Virginia Dale.

    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 15Mar47; LP943.


  FALL IN. Released through United Artists, c1942. Presented by Hal
    Roach. 5 reels, sd.

    Credits: Producer, Fred Guiol; director, Kurt Neumann; original
    screenplay, Eugene Conrad, Edward E. Seabrook; music score, Edward
    Ward; film editor, Richard Currier.

    © Hal Roach Studios, Inc.; 2Oct42; LP11936.


  FALL OUT—FALL IN. Walt Disney Productions, c1943. 1 reel. (A Walt
    Disney Donald Duck)

    © Walt Disney Productions; 30Mar43; LP12063.


  FALLEN ANGEL. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1945. 8,767 ft., sd.
    Based on the novel by Marty Holland.

    Credits: Director, Otto Preminger; screenplay, Harry Kleiner;
    musical director, Emil Newman.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 7Nov45; LP96.


  THE FALLEN IDOL. London Films Productions, Ltd., c1948. Released in
    the U. S. through Selznick Releasing Organization, 1949. Presented
    by David O. Selznick and Alexander Korda. 94 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on a story by Graham Greene.

    Summary: A suspense drama about an embassy butler who is detested by
    his shrewish wife, idolized by the Ambassador's small son, and loved
    by an embassy typist. Certain that the butler has murdered his wife
    when she falls accidentally to her death, the child spins a tangle
    of incriminating lies in the belief that he is protecting his
    friend.

    Credits: Producer and director, Carol Reed; screenplay, Graham
    Greene; music, William Alwyn; music director, Hubert Clifford;
    editor, Oswald Hafenrichter.

    Cast: Bobby Henrey, Ralph Richardson, Michele Morgan, Sonia Dresdel,
    Denis O'Dea.

    © Vanguard Films, Inc.; 29Sep48; LP2441.


  THE FALLEN SPARROW. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1943. 94 min., sd.
    Based on the novel by Dorothy B. Hughes.

    Credits: Producer, Robert Fellows; director, Richard Wallace;
    screenplay, Warren Duff; music, Roy Webb; music director, C.
    Bakaleinikoff; editor, Robert Wise.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 19Aug43; LP12247.


  FALSE COLORS. Released through United Artists Corp., c1943. Presented
    by Harry Sherman Productions. 64 min., sd. Based on characters
    created by Clarence E. Mulford.

    Credits: Producer, Harry Sherman; director, George Archainbaud;
    screenplay, Bennett Cohen; music direction, Irvin Talbot;
    photographer, Russell Harlan; film editor, Fred W. Berger.

    © United Artists Productions, Inc.; 27Sep43; LP12349.


  FALSE FACES. c1943. Presented by Republic Pictures. 6 reels, sd.

    Credits: Associate producer and director, George Sherman; original
    screenplay, Curt Siodmak; music director, Morton Scott;
    photographer, William Bradford; film editor, Arthur Roberts.

    Appl. author: Republic Productions, Inc.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 14May43; LP12126.


  FALSE PARADISE. Hopalong Cassidy Productions, Inc., c1948. 59 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on characters created by Clarence E. Mulford.

    Summary: Hopalong Cassidy helps a professor and his daughter turn a
    worthless ranch into a paying silver mine, and foils the efforts of
    two unscrupulous men to obtain control of it.

    Credits: Producer, Lewis J. Rachmil; director, George Archainbaud;
    original screenplay, Harrison Jacobs; music, Ralph Stanley; film
    editor, Fred W. Berger.

    Cast: William Boyd, Andy Clyde, Rand Brooks, Elaine Riley, Cliff
    Clark.

    © Hopalong Cassidy Productions, Inc.; 15Jul48; LP1795.


  FALSE WITNESS. SEE Arkansas Judge.


  FAMILIES FIRST. RKO Pathe, Inc., c1948. Sponsored by the New York
    State Youth Commission. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: The film emphasizes the importance of family life and the
    need for parents to give their children affection, a feeling of
    security, and guidance in new experiences.

    Credits: Director, Edward Montagne; narrator, Tom Hudson; editor,
    Marie Montagne.

    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 1Oct48; MP3593.


  LA FAMILLE SOLAIRE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., c1946. 1
    reel, sd., 16mm.

    © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 6Jun46; MP801.


  A FAMILY AFFAIR. 1 reel, b&w.

    Appl. author: Jam Handy Picture Service, Inc.

    © Woman's Christian Temperance Union; title & descr., 6Sep40; 143
    prints, 9Sep40; MU10449.


  FAMILY HONEYMOON. Universal Pictures Co., Inc. Released through
    Universal-International, c1948. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on
    the novel by Homer Croy.

    Summary: When a college professor marries a young widow, last minute
    complications force them to take the bride's three mischievous
    children on their honeymoon.

    Credits: Producers, John Beck, Z. Wayne Griffin; director, Claude
    Binyon; screenplay, Dane Lussier; music, Frank Skinner; film editor,
    Milton Carruth.

    Cast: Claudette Colbert, Fred MacMurray, Rita Johnson, William
    Daniels, Gigi Perreau.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 6Dec48; LP2148.


  FAMILY LIFE. Coronet, c1949. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Summary: Explains how a well-managed home can be achieved by paying
    attention to schedules, responsibilities, privileges, and finances.
    Illustrates the function and merits of a family council. For high
    school and college classes and adults.

    Credits: Educational collaborator, Florence M. King.

    © David A. Smart; 31Jan49; MP4230.


  A FAMILY PORTRAIT. Jam Handy Organization, Inc. Presented by the
    Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm.

    © Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.; title & descr., 19Apr47; 35
    prints, 21Apr47; MU1962.


  FAMILY TROUBLES. Loew's Inc., c1943. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    996 ft., sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Herbert Glazer; screenplay, Hal Law, Robert
    McGowan; film editor, Leon Bourgeau.

    © Loew's Inc.; 1Apr43; LP12040.


  FAMOUS BONERS. Loew's Inc., c1942. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    927 ft., sd., b&w. (John Nesbitt's Passing Parade)

    Credits: Director, Douglas Foster; original story and screenplay,
    Harry Poppe, Jr.; film editor, Harry Komer.

    © Loew's Inc.; 24Oct42; LP11663.


  FAMOUS MOVIE DOGS. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., c1940. 10 min., sd.,
    color. (Color Parade)

    Credits: Directed and written by Del Frazier; commentator, John
    Deering.

    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 17Aug40; MP10428.


  THE FAN. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1949. 80 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the play "Lady Windermere's Fan" by Oscar Wilde.

    Summary: A comedy about the manners and morals of London society in
    the 1890's.

    Credits: Producer and director, Otto Preminger; screenplay, Walter
    Reisch, Dorothy Parker, Ross Evans; music, Daniele Amfitheatrof;
    editor, Louis Loeffler.

    Cast: Jeanne Crain, Madeleine Carroll, George Sanders, Richard
    Greene, Martita Hunt.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 1Apr49; LP2329.


  THE FAN DANCE. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 3Aug42; MP12819.


  FAN FARE. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1945. 1 reel, sd. (Grantland Rice
    Sportlight)

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 15Jun45; MP16052.


  FANCY ANSWERS. Loew's Inc., c1941. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    915 ft., sd., sepia. (A Pete Smith Specialty) (What's Your I.Q.? no.
    5)

    Credits: Director, Basil Wrangell; screenplay, Joe Ansen; film
    editor, Philip Anderson.

    © Loew's Inc.; 8Nov41; LP10871.


  FANCY TO YOU. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 14Jun43; MP13652.


  FANNIE HURST AND HER PETS. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1943. 1
    reel, sd. (Person-Oddity, no. 126)

    Credits: Producers, Joseph O'Brien, Thomas Mead; narrator, Ben
    Grauer.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 12Nov43; MP14153.


  FANTASIA. Walt Disney Productions, c1940. 9 reels, sd., color.

    Credits: Narrator, Deems Taylor.

    © Walt Disney Productions; 13Nov40; MP10761.


  THE FANTASTIC CASTLE. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1944. 1 reel, sd.
    (Person Oddity, no. 131)

    Credits: Direction and story, Thomas Mead, Joseph O'Brien.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 21Aug44; MP15257.


  FANTASTIC JOURNEY. Fred Amster Television Cartoons. 16mm.

    Summary: An animated cartoon that pictures a journey to celestial
    regions and distant planets of the universe.

    © Frederick Arthur Amster; title, descr., & 5 prints, 25Feb48;
    MU2759.


  FANTASY OF SIAM. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., c1947. 8 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (Movietone Adventures)

    Credits: Producer, Edmund Reek; continuity, Valeska Weidig;
    narrator, George Carson Putnam; music, L. DeFrancesco; editor, Earl
    Allvine.

    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 3Jan47; MP1642.


  FAR EAST COMMAND. SEE The March of Time, v. 8, no. 7.


  THE FAR FRONTIER. Republic Productions, Inc., c1949. 67 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm.

    Summary: A Western in which Roy Rogers captures a gang engaged in
    smuggling American criminals into the States from Mexico.

    Credits: Associate producer, Edward J. White; director, William
    Witney; screenplay, Sloan Nibley; music score, Dale Butts; film
    editor, Tony Martinelli.

    Cast: Roy Rogers, Gail David, Andy Devine, Francis Ford, Roy
    Barcroft.

    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 10Jan49; LP2077.


  THE FAR WESTERN STATES. Erpi Classroom Films, Inc., c1942. 1 reel, sd.
    With teacher's handbook.

    © Erpi Classroom Films, Inc.; 31Dec42; MP14198.


  THE FAR WESTERN STATES. SEE

    O Extremo Oeste.

    La Region del Oeste.


  FARE THEE WELL. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1945. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 9Jul45; MP16131.


  FAREWELL BLUES. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., c1942. 1
    reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 30Mar42; MP12388.


  FAREWELL, MY LOVELY. SEE

    The Falcon Takes Over.

    Murder My Sweet.


  THE FARGO KID. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1940. 63 min., sd.

    Credits: Producer, Bert Gilroy; director, Edward Killy; story, W. C.
    Tuttle; screenplay, Morton Grant, Arthur V. Jones; music score, John
    Leipold; editor, Frederic Knudtson.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 6Dec40; LP10121.


  FARM ANIMALS. SEE Animais Domésticos.


  FARM FOOLERY. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1949. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Screen Song)

    Credits: Director, Seymour Kneitel; story, Larz Bourne; animation,
    Al Eugster, Bill Hudson; music, Winston Sharples.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 5Aug49; LP2473.


  FARM HANDS. Loew's Inc., c1943. Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 954
    ft., sd., b&w.

    Credits: Director, Herbert Glazer; original story and screenplay,
    Hal Law, Robert McGowan; film editor, Leon Bourgeau.

    © Loew's Inc.; 23Jun43; LP12136.


  FARM WORK; equipment maintenance. The Calvin Co., c1944. © The Calvin
    Co.

    1. Reconditioning a Mower; pt. 1, Cutter Bar. 2 reels. Appl. author:
    Frank Barhydt. © 28Feb44; MP14922.

    2. Reconditioning a Mower; pt. 2, Drive System. 1 reel. Appl.
    author: F. O. Calvin. © 1Dec44; MP15716.

    3. Reconditioning a Two-Bottom Tractor Plow. 3 reels. Appl. author:
    Donald Macon. © 28Feb44; MP14923.

    4. Reconditioning a Grain Drill. 3 reels. Appl. author: Donald
    Macon. © 28Feb44; MP14924.

    5. Reconditioning a Cultivator. 1 reel. Appl. author: F. O. Calvin.
    © 1Aug44; MP15717.

    6. Care of a Tractor. 1 reel. Appl. author: F. O. Calvin. © 1Aug44;
    MP15718.


  FARM WORK; food preservation. The Calvin Co., c1944–45. © The Calvin
    Co.

    1. Community Canning. 2 reels. Appl. author: Donald Macon. ©
    26Feb44; MP14921.

    2. Canning Beef. 1 reel. © 15May45; MP104.


  FARM WORK; forging. H. L. Woodard, c1945. 1 reel each. © H. L.
    Woodard.

    1. Forging with a Hand Forge. © 1Aug45; MP16436.

    2. Forge Welding. © 1Aug45; MP16437.

    3. Sharpening and Tempering Farm Tools. © 1Aug45; MP16438.


  FARM WORK; livestock. The Calvin Co., c1944–45. © The Calvin Co.

    1. Sheep Shearing. 2 reels. Appl. author: Donald Macon. © 28Feb44;
    MP14920.

    2. Horseshoeing. 1 reel. Appl. author: F. O. Calvin. © 1Aug44;
    MP15812.

    3. Handling Livestock for Market. 1 reel. © 15May45; MP105.


  FARM WORK; meat cutting. The Calvin Company, c1945. 1 reel each. © The
    Calvin Company.

    1. Cutting and Boning a Forequarter of Beef. © 15May45; MP106.

    2. Cutting and Boning a Hindquarter of Beef. © 15May45; MP107.


  FARM WORK; painting. The Calvin Co., c1944. 1 reel. © The Calvin Co.

    Appl. author: F. O. Calvin.

    1. Repainting a Frame Building. © 1Nov44; MP15715.


  FARMER FOR A DAY. Columbia Pictures Corp., c1943, 1,599 ft., sd.

    Credits: Director, Jules White; story and screenplay, Clyde
    Bruckman.

    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 13Aug43; LP12185.


  FARMER GENE SARAZEN. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., c1943. 1 reel, sd.
    (Person-Oddity, no. 125)

    Credits: Producers, Joseph O'Brien, Thomas Mead; script, Frank
    Kelley; narrator, Ray Morgan.

    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 30Sep43; MP14017.


  FARMER OF THE U. S. A. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1944. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 19Jun44; MP14976.


  FARMER TOM THUMB. Distributed by Columbia Pictures Corp., c1940. 588
    ft., sd. (Fable, no. 7)

    Credits: Story, Allen Rose; animation, Harry Love, Louie Lilly;
    music, Joe De Nat.

    © Screen Gems, Inc.; 27Sep40; LP10194.


  THE FARMER'S DAUGHTER. Paramount Pictures Inc., c1940. 6 reels, sd.
    Based on a story by Delmer Daves.

    Credits: Director, James Hogan; screenplay, Lewis R. Foster;
    photographer, Leo Tover; film editor, Archie Marshek.

    © Paramount Pictures Inc.; 29Mar40; LP9514.


  THE FARMER'S DAUGHTER. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., c1947. 97 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Suggested by the play "Juurakon Hulda" by Juhani Tervapää
    [pseud. of Hella Wuolijoki].

    Credits: Producer, Dore Schary; director, H. C. Potter; written by
    Allen Rivkin and Laura Kerr; music, Leigh Harline; music director,
    C. Bakaleinikoff; orchestral arrangements, Gil Grau; film editor,
    Harry Marker.

    Cast: Loretta Young, Joseph Cotten, Ethel Barrymore.

    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 25Mar47; LP995.


  THE FARMER'S DAUGHTER. Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.,
    c1942. 1 reel, sd.

    © Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc.; 18May42; MP