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                            Motion Pictures

                               1950-1959


                      CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES

                          _Cumulative Series_



                            Motion Pictures
                               1950-1959


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

                                  1960

               COPYRIGHT OFFICE ☆ THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS


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                           Table of Contents


                                               Page
                    Motion Pictures, 1950-1959    1

                    Index                       395

                    Series List                 483



                                Preface


_Motion Pictures, 1950-1959_, is a cumulative catalog listing works
registered in the Copyright Office in Classes L and M from January 1,
1950, through December 31, 1959. The series of cumulative catalogs began
in 1951 with _Motion Pictures, 1912-1939_, and continued with _Motion
Pictures, 1940-1949_, published in 1953. A third volume, _Motion
Pictures, 1894-1912_, was published also in 1953 (though not as a part
of the series); it lists works copyrighted prior to 1912 which were
identified as motion pictures by Howard Lamarr Walls. These four
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 1950-1959 is that
which was recorded in catalog entries made at the time of registration.
These entries recorded information taken from the original applications
for the registration of the copyright claims, from descriptive material
deposited with the applications and films at the time of registration,
and from the films themselves. Slight changes in format of the entries
have been made in some cases for the sake of overall consistency with
present practices; these do not affect the essential facts presented.
Entries for filmstrips registered in Class J have been omitted from the
cumulative catalogs.

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 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.

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 issues 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.

The Copyright Office welcomes inquires, 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, 1950-December 31, 1959
         Class L, Motion-picture photoplays             15,512
         Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays 11,798
                                                        ——————
                             Total                      27,310



                        How To Use This Catalog


This catalog consists of three parts: _Motion Pictures, 1950-1959_,
which is a list of main entries under title; an _Index_ of names; and a
_Series List_. Each part is arranged alphabetically.


                       Motion Pictures, 1950-1959

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.

  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). The name of the releasing company appears
      following the producer, when it differs from the producer.

  3. _Date._ For published works of the period 1950-1953, the year date
      of copyright, preceded by a lower case c (e.g., c1951), 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. In all other entries date information
      follows the copyright symbol (see item 6b below).

  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) name of color process when stated in
      the deposited materials; 4) sound or silent versions; 5) width of
      the film.

  5. _Notes._ Certain information available in the deposited materials
      is given in the form of notes:

        a. Terms identifying special optical or sound systems.

        b. The title of the series to which a motion picture belongs.

        c. 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.

        d. 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, including the authors of such material
            when available.

        e. Names of additional authors specified on the application
            which do not appear elsewhere in the entry.

        f. Name of the employer in the case of a work made for hire, if
            so named in the application, together with the names of the
            employees when known.

        g. Information contained in the application which relates to the
            registration of an earlier version of the work.

        h. Brief statement of the new matter on which copyright is
            claimed, preceded by the abbreviation “NM,” if this
            information is given in the application and is not indicated
            elsewhere in the entry.

  6. _Copyright claimant, date, and registration number._ This statement
      begins with the copyright symbol ©, and continues with the
      following:

        a. Name of the copyright 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 given in the
            application; for unpublished works, the date on which the
            last of all the items required to complete registration
            (i.e., description and representative prints, application,
            and fee) was received in the Copyright Office.

        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.

For published works, whenever it is necessary to indicate a variation
between the information given in the application and in the copy of the
work with respect to the claimant’s name or date of publication, the
data from the application are given first, followed by the phrase “in
notice” and the data given in the work: e.g., © Richard Roe & Co.;
19Jan59 (in notice: 1958).

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, or alphabetically by issue title. 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. 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 name the titles of the motion pictures associated with it are
listed alphabetically.


                              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 appear in the published catalogs for this period. 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

 appl.  —application

 b&w    —black and white

 c      —copyright

 ©      —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

 prev.  —previous

 pseud. —pseudonym

 reg.   —registered, registration

 sd.    —sound

 si.    —silent

 t.a.   —trading as



                       Motion Pictures, 1950-1959


An alphabetical list, under title, of the main entries for motion
pictures which were registered for copyright during the years 1950-1959.
For full information relating to the contents of these entries, see How
To Use This Catalog, p. VII.


                                   A

  ABC ART ADVENTURES. SEE Unk and Andy Art Adventures.

  THE ABC’S OF FLASHOVERS. General Electric Co. 16 min., sd., color,
    16mm. Kodachrome. © General Electric Co.; 23Nov54; MP5750.

  A IS FOR ATOM. General Electric Co. Made by John Sutherland
    Productions. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm. Ansco color. © General
    Electric Co.; 18Feb53; MP3815.

  A IS FOR ATOM. General Electric Co., 1953. Made by John Sutherland
    Productions. 15 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © General
    Electric Co.; 1Jun53 (in notice: 1952); MP3572.

  AWOL. SEE You’ll Never Get Rich.

  AARON SLICK FROM PUNKIN CRICK. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1952. 95
    min., sd., color, 35mm. Based on the play of the same title by
    Walter Benjamin Hare. © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 18Feb52 (in
    notice: 1951); LP1652.

  THE AARONSBURG STORY. The Aaronsburg Story Corp., 1951. Produced by
    Cineffects. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © The Aaronsburg story, The
    Aaronsburg Story Corp., owners; 18Dec51; MP2031.

  ABANDON SHIP. Copa Productions. Released by Columbia Pictures Corp. 10
    reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. © Copa Productions, Ltd., 1May57 (in notice:
    1956); LP9078.

  EL ABANDONADO. (Abandoned) Filmadora Chapultepec, Mexico. Released in
    the U. S. by Importadors. 84 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Importadora,
    Inc.; 1Sep49; LP11570.

  ABANDONED. SEE

    El Abandonado.

    26 Men.

  ABBE AND THE NYMPH. SEE I Spy.

  ABBOTT AND COSTELLO GO TO MARS. Universal Pictures Co., 1953. 77 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. A Universal International picture. © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 10Mar53; LP2430.

  ABBOTT & COSTELLO IN THE FOREIGN LEGION. Universal International,
    1950. 80 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    11Aug50; LP266.

  ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET CAPTAIN KIDD. Woodley Productions. Released
    by Warner Bros. Pictures, 1952. 70 min., sd., color, 35mm. © Woodley
    Productions, Inc.; 17Dec52; LP2173.

  ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE. Universal Pictures
    Co. 76 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A Universal International picture.
    Based on stories by Sidney Fields and Grant Garrett. © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 26Jun53; LP2722.

  ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET FRANKENSTEIN. Universal Pictures Co., Inc.,
    1949. 83 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    8Sep49 (in notice: 1948); LP2719.

  ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET THE INVISIBLE MAN. Universal International
    Pictures Co., 1951. 82 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Suggested by “The
    Invisible Man” by H. G. Wells. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    18Apr51; LP877.

  ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET THE KEYSTONE KOPS. Universal Pictures Co. 8
    reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. A Universal International picture. ©
    Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 1Dec54; LP4313.

  ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET THE MUMMY. Universal Pictures Co. 9 reels,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. A Universal International picture. © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 3Mar55; LP4561.

  ABBY, JULIA, AND THE SEVEN PET COWS. SEE Telephone Time.

  THE ABDUCTORS. Regal Films in association with Griffin Co. Released by
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 80 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    RegalScope. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 10Jul57; LP8802.

  ABDULLAH’S HAREM. Rodi Regeila production with Misr Universal Film
    Cairo, and Sphinx Film. Released in the U. S. by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp. 98 min., sd., color, 35mm. Based on the
    original story My Kingdom for a Woman, by Ismet Regeila. © Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp.; 12Jun56; LP6939.

  THE ABEL CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  ABILENE TRAIL. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1951. 63 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 4Feb51; LP693.

  THE ABOMINABLE SNOWMAN. Panda Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Panda Productions, Inc.; 31Mar54; LP3807.

  THE ABOMINABLE SNOWMAN OF THE HIMALAYAS. Buzz Productions, in
    association with Clarion Films. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp. 85 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A Regal Films production.
    RegalScope. Based on the play The Creature, by Nigel Kneale. ©
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 29Oct57; LP9442.

  ABORTIONS. SEE Confidential File.

  ABOUT FACE. Warner Bros. Pictures, 1952. 94 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Based on a play by John Monks and Fred F. Finklehoffe. © Warner
    Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 10May52 (in notice: 1951); LP1709.

  ABOUT MRS. LESLIE. Paramount Pictures Corp. 104 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on the novel of the same title by Vina Delmar. © Paramount
    Pictures Corp.; 1Aug54; LP3989.

  ABOVE AND BEYOND. High Call Productions. Released by the Council of
    United Presbyterian Men Synod of Washington. 30 min., sd., color,
    16mm. Appl. author: J. Graley Taylor, © High Call Productions;
    1Feb59; LP14272.

  ABOVE AND BEYOND. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s, 1952. 122
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Loew’s Incorporated; 17Nov52; LP2085.

  ABOVE US THE WAVES. London Independent Producers. Released in the U.
    S. by Republic Pictures Corp. 99 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the
    book by Charles E. T. Warren and James Benson. © London Independent
    Producers, Ltd.; 29Mar55; LP7647.

  ABRACADABRA. SEE Sky King, no. 28.

  ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Emerson Film Corp. Released by Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films, 1951. 18 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Famous Men and
    Women of the World Series) © Emerson Film Corp.; 10Aug51; MP1743.

  ABRAHAM LINCOLN, A BACKGROUND STUDY. Coronet, 1951. 17 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © David A. Smart; 7Aug51; MP1558.

  ABRAHAM, MAN OF FAITH. Christian Mission Films in cooperation with
    Alexark & Norsim. 13 min., sd., color, 16mm. (Bible on Film) Adapted
    from the King James version of the Holy Bible. © CMF, Inc. a.k.a.
    Christian Mission Films; 1Oct56; MP8046.

  THE ABSENT HOST. E. I. du Pont de Nemours. Made by S. H. A Co. 3
    reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. (The Cavalcade of America) © E. I. du Pont de
    Nemours and Co.; 2Mar54; MP4782.

  THE ABUNDANT HEART. Screen Associates, 1952. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (Electric Theatre) A Screen Televideo release. © Screen Associates,
    Inc.; 10Feb52 (in notice: 1951); LP1507.

  ABUNDANTLY YOURS. Canners League of California. 31 min., sd., color,
    16mm. Eastman color. © Canners League of California; 31Jan57;
    MP7946.

  ACADEMY AWARD. SEE Mr. Adams and Eve.

  ACADEMY OF MOTION PICTURE ARTS AND SCIENCES 21ST ANNUAL AWARDS
    PROGRAM. © 1951. 84 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Academy of Motion
    Picture Arts and Sciences; 16May51; MU5319.

  ACADEMY OF MOTION PICTURE ARTS AND SCIENCES 22ND ANNUAL AWARDS
    PROGRAM. © 1951. 95 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Academy of Motion
    Picture Arts and Sciences; 16May51; MU5320.

  A-CAMPING WE WILL GO. Universal Pictures Co., 1950. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Variety View Series, no. 185) © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    9Jun50; MP591.

  ACAPULCO. SEE Meet McGraw.

  ACCENT ON BALANCE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1951. 9 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. (Mel Allen’s Sport Show) © Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp.; 14Dec51; MP2293.

  ACCENT ON COURAGE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    35mm. (See It Happen) © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 21Apr54;
    MP4817.

  ACCESSORIZING. Pontiac Motor Division of General Motors Corp., 1952.
    Produced by Soundfilm Studios and Norman Wright Productions. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Destination: “Dotted Line,” no. 6) © Pontiac
    Motor Co. (in notice: Pontiac Motor Division); 30Aug52; MP2935.

  THE ACCIDENT. SEE

    Crusader.

    December Bride, no. 2.

    The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, no. 279.

  ACCORDING TO MRS. HOYLE. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1951. 60 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on a novelette by Jean Z. Owen. © Monogram Pictures
    Corp.; 20May51; LP934.

  ACCORDING TO PLAN: THE STORY OF MODERN SIDEWALLS FOR THE HOMES OF
    AMERICA. Asbestos Cement Products Association [1952] Produced by Jam
    Handy Organization. 3 reels, color, 16mm. © The Jam Handy
    Organization, Inc.; 10Oct52; MU5487.

  ACCORDION BEAR. SEE Hamm’s Beer Commercials, no. H-504-SC.

  ACCOUNT CLOSED. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue
    Productions, Inc.; 31Dec53; LP3371.

  ACCOUNTING, THE LANGUAGE OF BUSINESS. American Institute of
    Accountants. Made by Wilding Picture Productions. 21 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © American Institute of Accountants; 30Nov53; LP3173.

  THE ACCURSED. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 78 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Fantur production. © Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 2Sep58; LP11870.

  ACCUSATION. SEE M-Squad.

  THE ACCUSED. SEE The Loretta Young Show, 4011-12.

  ACCUSED OF MURDER. Republic Pictures Corp. 8 reels, sd., color, 35mm.
    Naturama. Trucolor. Based on the novel Vanity Row, by W. R. Burnett.
    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 28Nov56; LP8336.

  THE ACCUSER. SEE Zane Grey Theatre, no. 6508.

  AN ACE CALLED SPADE. SEE Yancy Derringer.

  ACE IN THE HOLE. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 112 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Subsequently released under the title, “The Big Carnival.” ©
    Paramount Pictures Corp.; 1Jul51; LP1106.

  ACE OF CLUBS. Vitaphone Corp., 1951. A Warner Bros. short subject. 20
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Vitaphone Corp.; 2Feb51; MP888.

  ACHIEVEMENT IN STEEL. National Steel Corp. Made by RKO-Pathe. 29 min.,
    sd., color, 16mm. © National Steel Corp.; 1Apr54; MP4709.

  THE ACHILLES HEEL. SEE So This Is Hollywood.

  THE ACID TEST. SEE The Bob Cummings Show, no. 47.

  ACIDS, BASES AND SALTS. Coronet Instructional Films. 22 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire,
    Inc.; 10Jun59; MP9807.

  ACQUIRED LESIONS OF THE EPIGLOTTIS. SEE Respiratory Cancer.

  ACROSS THE BADLANDS. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 55 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 31Aug50; LP359.

  ACROSS THE BORDER. SEE I Spy.

  ACROSS THE WIDE MISSOURI. Loew’s, 1951. An MGM picture. 78 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. © Loew’s Inc; 17Sep51 (in notice: 1950); LP1193.

  ACT OF FATE. SEE Whirlybirds, no. 74.

  ACT OF FOLLY. SEE The Walter Winchell File, no. 15.

  ACT OF LOVE. Benagoss Productions. Released by United Artists Corp.
    105 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel “The Girl on the Via
    Flaminia,” by Alfred Hayes. © Benagoss Productions, Inc.; 24Dec53;
    LP3669.

  ACT YOUR AGE: EMOTIONAL MATURITY. Coronet, 1949. 14 min, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © David A. Smart; 22Dec49; MP114.

  ACTHAR IN THERAPY. Jam Handy Organization for the Armour Laboratories.
    © 1951. 811 ft., si., color, 16mm. © The Armour Laboratories;
    21Nov51; MU5356.

  THE ACTING DIRECTOR. SEE Our Miss Brooks.

  ACTING PROBLEMS. International Film Bureau, 1951. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © International Film Bureau, Inc.; 16Mar51; MP2633.

  ACTION. Delco Battery. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co. 90 sec. Appl.
    author: W. Robert Woodburn. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 22Oct56; MU6206.

  ACTION. Robert Hall Clothes. Made by Pelican Films. 20 sec., sd., b&w,
    16mm. Appl. author: Jack Wilcher. © Robert Hall Clothes, Inc.;
    30Aug55; MU5954.

  ACTION AND REACTION. SEE Junior Science: Action and Reaction.

  ACTION FOR TRAFFIC SAFETY. National Commission on Safety Education.
    Made by Leo Seltzer, Inc. 14 min., sd., color, 16mm. Produced in
    cooperation with the National Congress of Parents and Teachers,
    National School Boards Assn., and the assistance of Automotive
    Safety Foundation. © National Education Assn., 3Sep57; MP8444.

  ACTION IN ACAPULCO. SEE Oh Susanna.

  ACTION OF THE HUMAN HEART VALVES. Ohio State University. 19 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. Eastman color. Produced in cooperation with the Dept.
    of Photography, Ohio State University. © Ohio State University;
    5Nov56; MP8026.

  ACTION OF THE TIGER. Claridge Film Production. Released by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 92 min., sd., color, 35mm. CinemaScope.
    Perspecta sound. Metrocolor. Based on the book by James Wellard. ©
    Claridge Film Productions, Inc. & Van Johnson Enterprises, Inc.;
    29Jul57; LP8914.

  ACTION WITH ROD AND REEL. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1950. 9
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sports Review Series) © Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp.; 31Mar50 (in notice: 1949); MP325.

  ACTIVE DUTY. SEE Mr. Adams and Eve.

  ACTIVITY GROUP THERAPY. Jewish Board of Guardians, 1950. 50 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Jewish Board of Guardians; 1Aug50; MP776.

  ACTORS AND SIN. Sid Kuller Productions. Released by United Artists
    Corp., 1952. 85 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the stories “Actor’s
    Blood” and “Concerning a Woman of Sin,” by Ben Hecht. © Sid Kuller
    Productions, Inc.; 14Mar52 (in notice: 1951); LP1723.

  ACTOR’S BLOOD. SEE Actors and Sin.

  AN ACTOR’S LIFE. SEE The Whistler. No. 32.

  THE ACTRESS. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 90 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on the play Years ago, by Ruth Gordon. © Loew’s
    Incorporated; 3Aug53; LP2844.

  THE ACTRESS. SEE The D. A.’s Man.

  ADA LEONARD AND HER ALL GIRL ORCHESTRA TELESCRIPTIONS. Snader
    Telescriptions Corp., 1951. 19 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Snader
    Telescriptions Corp.; 10Jun51; MP1442.

  ADAM AND EVALYN. Two Cities Films, London, 1949. Released in the U. S.
    by Universal International. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Two Cities
    Films, Ltd.; 26Sep49; LP434.

  ADAM AND EVE. Alberto Antonio Gout. 79 min., sd., color, 35mm. Based
    on the Book of the Genesis. © Alberto Antonio Gout; 23Jun56; LP8154.

  ADAM AND EVE AND IDA. SEE Mr. Adams and Eve.

  ADAM AND EVELYN. Two Cities Films, London. Released in the U. S. by
    Universal International, 1950. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Two Cities
    Films, Ltd.; 1Jul50 (in notice: 1949); LP434.

  THE ADAM CONDON CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  ADAM TO ATOM. John Ott Pictures, 1952. 30 min., sd., color, 16mm. ©
    John Ott Pictures, Inc.; 28Nov52; MP3094.

  THE ADAMS CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  ADAPTATIONS OF PLANTS AND ANIMALS. Coronet Instructional Films. 13
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of
    Esquire, Inc.; 4Jun57; MP8580.

  THE ADAPTIVE ULTIMATE. SEE She Devil.

  THE ADDICTED. SEE The Twentieth Century.

  ADDRESS UNKNOWN. SEE Whirlybirds, no. 69.

  ADIOS, SENOR MAGISTRADO. SEE Zorro, no. 26.

  THE ADMIRABLE CRICHTON. Modern Screenplay Productions, Eng. Released
    in the U. S. by Columbia Pictures Corp. 11 reels, sd., color, 35mm.
    Technicolor. Based on the play by James M. Barrie. © Modern
    Screenplay Productions, Ltd.; 24Sep57; LP9007.

  THE ADMIRAL WAS A LADY. Roxbury Productions. Presented by Albert S.
    Rogell and Jack M. Warner. Released through United Artists, 1950. 87
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Roxbury Productions, Inc.; 4Aug50; LP263.

  ADMIRALS IN THE MAKING. National Dairy Council. Made by Stark-Films.
    14 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. Produced with the cooperation
    of the Dept. of Defense and the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis.
    Appl. author: Milton Stark (Stark-Films) © National Diary Council;
    12Jan56; MP6823.

  ADOBE VILLAGE: VALLEY OF MEXICO. United World Films, 1949. Produced by
    Louis de Rochemont Associates. 20 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (The Earth
    and its Peoples) © United World Films, Inc.; 1Apr49; MP2430.

  ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT. SEE

    Age of Turmoil.

    The Meaning of Adolescence.

    Meeting the Needs of Adolescents.

    Physical Aspects of Puberty.

    Social-Sex Attitudes in Adolescence.

  ADOPTED DAUGHTER. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 62.

  THE ADOPTION. SEE Crusader.

  ADOPTION STORY. SEE Big Town, no. 5.

  ADULT EDUCATION. SEE Meet Mr. McNutley.

  ADULT WESTERN. SEE Mr. Adams and Eve.

  ADVANCE THE BOMBER LINE. SEE Air Power, no. 16.

  ADVANTAGE TO BETTY. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 34.

  ADVENTURE AT ARBUCKLE. SEE The Lone Ranger.

  ADVENTURE FOR HIRE. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 195.

  ADVENTURE IN ALASKA. SEE The Gale Storm Show.

  ADVENTURE IN ART. SEE Pictura, Adventure in Art.

  ADVENTURE IN CONNECTICUT. SEE Your All-Star Theatre, no. 18.

  ADVENTURE IN SPACE. SEE Captain Z-ro.

  THE ADVENTURE OF *. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Released by
    Storyboard. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Solomon R.
    Guggenheim Foundation; 5Jul57; LP9153.

  ADVENTURE OUT OF DOORS. Jack Van Coevering. 13 min. each, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Jack Van Coevering.

    14. Fun with Pheasants. © 15Dec53; MP4184.

    15. A Boy and His Dog. © 15Dec53; MP4114.

    16. Deer Hunting with an Oldtimer. © 15Dec53; MP4115.

    17. Fun with Cottontails. © 15Dec53; MP4183.

    18. Trout Fishing in the Tetons. © 6Nov54; MP5320.

    20. Rafting Hell’s Canyon. © 1Nov54; MP5505.

  ADVENTURE OUT OF DOORS. Official Films, 1952. 13 min. each, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Jack Van Coevering.

    1. Fishing in Moose County. © 15Oct52; MP2895.

    2. Sailfish Ho. © 15Oct52; MP2913.

    3. Green Alaska. © 1Nov52; MP2914.

    4. Deer with Bow and Arrow. © 1Nov52; MP2915.

    5. Fun with Bluegills. © 1Nov52; MP2916.

    6. King of the Game Birds. © 1Nov52; MP2917.

    7. Dude Ranch. © 1Nov52; MP2918.

    8. Birds, Bass in the Everglades. Appl. title: Birds and Bass in the
      Everglades. © 1Nov52; MP2919.

    9. Carp, Cats and a Bow Hunter. © 1Nov52; MP2920.

    10. Crows, Owls, and a Shotgun. © 1Nov52; MP2921.

    11. Sahuaroland. © 1Nov52; MP2922.

    12. Taming the Wild. © 1Nov52; MP2923.

    13. Yellowstone Adventure. © 1Nov52; MP2924.

  AN ADVENTURE TO REMEMBER. Vitaphone Corp. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Warner Bros. short subject. © Vitaphone Corp.; 10Oct55; MP7718.

  AN ADVENTURE WITH AUDUBON. SEE The Adventures of Jim Bowie, 5.

  ADVENTURELAND. SEE Walt Disney’s Disneyland.

  ADVENTURES AT DAY CAMP. Girl Scouts of the United States of America.
    20 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Girl Scouts of the United States of
    America; 1Jan53 (in notice: 1952); MP4092.

  ADVENTURES IN CAPRI. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd.,
    color, 35mm. CinemaScope. An Astra film presentation. © Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp.; 11Mar56; MP7190.

  ADVENTURES IN MUSIC: MELODY. SEE Melody.

  ADVENTURES OF A BABY FOX. Aktiebolaget Svensk Filmindustri. Released
    in the U. S. by Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 13 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Aktiebolaget Svensk Filmindustri; 27Jun55; MP6300.

  ADVENTURES OF A CHIPMUNK FAMILY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 10
    min., sd., color, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.;
    25Jun59; MP9772.

  THE ADVENTURES OF ALEXANDER SELKIRK. Vitaphone Corp. 17 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. A Warner Bros. short subject. Warnercolor. © Vitaphone
    Corp.; 18Jun55; LP6668.

  THE ADVENTURES OF ALICE IN WONDERLAND. SEE Alice in Wonderland.

  THE ADVENTURES OF BLINKEY. Blinkey Productions. 12 min. each, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: Lucille Emerick. © Blinkey Productions,
    Inc.

    1. The Mighty Mixed up Forest. © 29Jun53; MP4306.

    2. The What-Not Tree. © 6Jul53; MP4307.

    3. Harpy Hall. © 13Jul53; MP4308.

    4. The Omniscreen Sees All. © 20Jul53; MP4309.

    5. Harpy Weaves Mischief. © 27Jul53; MP4310.

    6. A Baited Trap. © 3Aug53; MP4311.

    7. Blinkey Gets the Air. © 10Aug53; MP4312.

    8. Lost in Outer Space. © 17Aug53; MP4313.

    9. A Showdown. © 24Aug53; MP4314.

    10. The Invisible Cloak. © 31Aug53; MP4315.

    11. Sharpy Buzzes the Field. © 7Sep53; MP4316.

    12. Double Trouble. © 14Sep53; MP4317.

    13. © 21Sep53; MP4318.

    14. Harpy Rides Again. © 2Apr54; LP4615.

    15. Cindy in the Mighty Mixed-Up Forest. © 9Apr54; LP4616.

    16. Do’s or Don’ts. © 16Apr54; LP4617.

    17. A Forgotten Hero. © 23Apr54; LP4618.

    18. A Jug-ful of Trouble. © 30Apr54; LP4619.

    19. The Royal Palm. © 7May54; LP4620.

    20. In Daze of Olde. © 14May54; LP4621.

    21. The Quest. © 21May54; LP4622.

    22. At Sword’s Point. © 28May54; LP4623.

    23. No Escape. © 4Jun54; LP4624.

    24. At Wit’s End. © 11Jun54; LP4625.

    25. The Mighty Sandy Desert. © 18Jun54; LP4626.

    26. A Clean Sweep. © 25Jun54; LP4627.

  THE ADVENTURES OF BLINKEY. Blinkey Productions [1952] 13 min. each,
    color, 16mm. © Blinkey Productions, Inc.; 16Jul52.

    Adventures 1-3. LU2985-2987.

  ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN AFRICA. Columbia Pictures Corp. 2 reels each,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.

    1. Mystery Man of the Jungle. © 9Jun55 (in notice: 1954); LP5242.

    2. Captain Africa to the Rescue. © 9Jun55 (in notice: 1954); LP5235.

    3. Midnight Attack. © 9Jun55 (in notice: 1954); LP5240.

    4. Into the Crocodile Pit. © 9Jun55 (in notice: 1954); LP5259.

    5. Jungle War Drums. © 9Jun55; LP5288.

    6. Slave Traders. © 9Jun55; LP5312.

    7. Saved by Captain Africa. © 9Jun55; LP5334.

    8. The Bridge in the Sky. © 9Jun55; LP5343.

    9. Blasted by Captain Africa. © 9Jun55; LP5376.

    10. The Vanishing Princess. © 9Jun55; LP5395.

    11. The Tunnel of Terror. © 9Jun55 (in notice: 1954); LP5443.

    12. Fangs of the Beast. © 9Jun55; LP5464.

    13. Renegades at Bay. © 9Jun55 (in notice: 1954); LP5488.

    14. Captain Africa and the Wolf Dog. © 9Jun55; LP5510.

    15. Captain Africa’s Final Move! © 9Jun55; LP5559.

  ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN FABIAN. William Marshall-Errol Flynn Co.
    Released by Republic Productions, 1951. 100 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Republic Pictures Corp.; 27Jul51; LP1304.

  ADVENTURES OF CHAMPION. Champion Enterprises. 3 reels each, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Champion Enterprises, Inc., unless otherwise indicated.

    Andrew and the Deadly Double. © 13Feb56; LP5992.

    Bad Men of the Valley. © 14Feb56; LP5993.

    Black Kachina. © 10Jan56; LP5918.

    Brand of the Lawless. © 27Feb56; LP5996.

    A Bugle for Ricky. © 6Dec55; LP5822.

    Calhoun Rides Again. © 3Mar56; LP5995.

    Challenge of the West. © 8Nov55; LP5826.

    The Deer Hunters. © 20Dec55; LP5821.

    The Die-Hards. © 3Mar56; LP5994.

    The Golden Hoax. © 28Dec55; LP5820.

    Hangman’s Noose. © 22Nov55; LP5824.

    Johnny Hands-Up. © 3Jan56; LP5919.

    King of the Rodeo. © 29Nov55; LP5823.

    The Medicine Man Mystery. © 15Oct55; LP6574. (SEE ALSO Adventures of
      Champion. Appl. title: The Medicine Man; title on film: The
      Medicine Man Mystery; 15Oct55; LP5641)

    Mystery Mountain. © 17Jan55; LP5917.

    The Outlaw’s Secret. © 15Nov55; LP5825.

    Rails West. © 26Jan56; LP5920.

    The Real Unfriendly Ghost. © 1Feb56; LP6273.

    The Return of Red Cloud. © 24Feb56; LP6274

    The Stone Heart. © 13Dec55; LP5883.

  ADVENTURES OF CHAMPION. Flying A Productions. 3 reels each, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Flying A Productions, unless otherwise indicated.

    Canyon of Wanted Men. © Champion Enterprises, Inc.; 7Nov55; LP5640.

    Crossroad Trail. © 30Sep55; LP5634.

    Lost River. © Champion Enterprises, Inc.; 22Oct55; LP5638.

    The Medicine Man Mystery. © Champion Enterprises, Inc.; 15Oct55;
      LP5641.

    Renegade Stallion. © Champion Enterprises, Inc.; 29Oct55; LP5637.

    The Saddle Tramp. © Champion Enterprises, Inc.; 23Sep55; LP5639.

    Salted Ground. © Champion Enterprises, Inc.; 7Oct55: LP5636.

  THE ADVENTURES OF ELLERY QUEEN. (Mystery Is My Business) Norvin
    Productions. Made by Television Programs of America. Approx. 27 min.
    each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Norvin Productions, Inc.

    Backfire. © 1Sep54; LP12474.

    Blackjack. © 1Sep54; LP12491.

    Closeup of Murder. © 1Sep54; LP12489.

    Comeback. © 1Sep54; LP12476.

    Custom Made. © 1Sep54; LP12471.

    Dark Corridor. © 1Sep54; LP12470.

    Death in a Ghost Town. © 1Sep54; LP12475.

    Death of a Wax Doll. © 1Sep54; LP12494.

    Design for Revenge. © 1Sep54; LP12497.

    Doodle of Death. © 1Sep54; LP12481.

    Double Exposure. © 1Sep54; LP12472.

    A Fatal Signal. © 1Sep54; LP12499.

    The Fix. © 1Sep54; LP12490.

    The Golden Snow. © 1Sep54; LP12498.

    Letter from the Dead. © 1Sep54; LP12478.

    Mardi Gras. © 1Sep54; LP12486.

    Mask of Rosselli. © 1Sep54; LP12483.

    Memoirs Unwritten. © 1Sep54; LP12501.

    Mission for Murder. © 1Sep54; LP12473.

    Mr. Big. © 1Sep54; LP12500.

    The Moll. © 1Sep54; LP12482.

    The Night Visitors. © 1Sep54; LP12493.

    Once a Killer. © 1Sep54; LP12479.

    One Week To Live. © 1Sep54; LP12488.

    The Recluse. © 1Sep54; LP12480.

    Star of Kashmir. © 1Sep54; LP12477.

    Stranger in the Dark. © 1Sep54; LP12496.

    Trigger Man. © 1Sep54; LP12485.

    The Vicious Circle. © 1Sep54; LP12487.

    The White Orchid. © 1Sep54; LP12495.

    Woman in the Chair. © 1Sep54; LP12484.

    Woman on the Wire. © 1Sep54; LP12492.

  THE ADVENTURES OF HAJJI BABA. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. Released
    by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 11 reels, sd., color, 35mm.
    Suggested by the novel of the same title by James Morier. ©
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 7Oct54; LP4233.

  THE ADVENTURES OF JIM BOWIE. Jim Bowie Enterprises. 1 reel each, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Jim Bowie Enterprises, Inc.

    2. The Birth of the Blade. © 7Sep56; LP8681.

    3. Natchez Trace; or, Capture of the Hawk. © 19Oct56; LP9402.

    4. The Squatter. © 14Sep56; LP8682.

    5. An Adventure with Audubon. © 21Sep56; LP8683.

    6. Deputy Sheriff. © 28Sep56; LP8792.

    7. Trapline. © 5Oct56; LP9403.

    8. Jim Bowie Comes Home. © 26Oct56; LP9404.

    9. The Ghost of Jean Batoo. © 2Nov56; LP9405.

    11. The Secessionists. © 9Nov56; LP9406.

    12. The Land Jumpers. © 16Nov56; LP9407.

    13. The Select Females. © 23Nov56; LP9408.

    14. A Horse for Old Hickory. © 4Jan57; LP9413.

    15. The Outlaw Kingdom. © 7Dec56; LP9409.

    16. Monsieur Francois. © 28Dec56; LP9410.

    18. The Swordsman. © 14Dec56; LP9411.

    19. Master of Arms. © 25Jan57; LP9414.

    22. The Return of Alcibiade. © 21Dec56; LP9412.

    24. Bayou Tontine. © 15Feb57; LP9415.

    26. German George. © 22Feb57; LP9416.

    28. The Lottery. © 19Apr57; LP9417.

    29. The Captain’s Chimp. © 8Mar57; LP9418.

    31. Thieves’ Market. © 29Mar57; LP9419.

    34. The General’s Disgrace. © 12Apr57; LP9420.

  THE ADVENTURES OF KIT CARSON. Revue Productions. 3 reels each, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Revue Productions, Inc.

    Ambush. © 31Dec53; LP3573.

    Army Renegades. © 31Dec53; LP3578.

    Badman’s Escape. © 31Dec53; LP3579.

    Bullets of Mystery. © 31Dec54; LP4702.

    The Cache. © 31Dec53; LP3643.

    Challenge to Chance. © 31Dec53; LP3575.

    Copper Town. © 31Dec53; LP3641.

    Counterfeit County. © 31Dec53; LP3642.

    Devils Remuda. © 31Dec54; LP4722.

    The Dry Creek Case. © 31Dec53; LP3583.

    Eyes of the Outlaw. © 31Dec54; LP4714.

    Frontier Empire. © 31Dec54; LP4717.

    Frontier Mail. © 31Dec53; LP3569.

    Frontier of Challenge. © 31Dec54; LP4708.

    The Gatling Gun. © 31Dec54; LP4704.

    Ghost Town Garrison. © 31Dec54; LP4713.

    The Golden Ring of Cibola. © 31Dec54; LP4720.

    Gunsmoke Justice. © 31Dec53; LP3574.

    Gunsmoke Valley. © 31Dec53; LP3581.

    The Haunted Hacienda. © 31Dec53; LP3580.

    Hawk Raiders. © 31Dec53; LP3355.

    The Hermit of Indian Ridge. © 31Dec54; LP4706.

    Incident at Wagontire. © 21Jan55 (in notice: 1954); LP5709.

    The Judge of Black Mesa. © 31Dec54; LP4716.

    Law of Boot Hill. © 31Dec53; LP3551.

    Lost Treasure of the Panamints. © 31Dec53; LP3568.

    Marshal of Gun Town. © 31Dec53; LP3576.

    The Missing Hacienda. © 31Dec54; LP4711.

    Mission to Alkali. © 31Dec54; LP4724.

    No Man’s Law. © 31Dec54; LP4710.

    Open Season. © 31Dec53 (in notice: 1954); LP3570.

    Outlaw Army. © 31Dec53; LP3567.

    Outlaw Trail. © 31Dec53; LP3337.

    Outlaw’s Justice. © 31Dec54; LP4719.

    Overland Stage. © 31Dec54; LP4721.

    The Phantom Uprising. © 31Dec54; LP4723.

    Powder Depot. © 31Dec54; LP4705.

    Powdersmoke Law. © 31Dec53; LP3565.

    Renegade Wires. © 31Dec53; LP3572.

    Renegades of Rejo. © 31Dec54; LP4712.

    Riders of the Hooded League. © 31Dec54; LP4707.

    Savage Outpost. © 31Dec53; LP3339.

    Secret Sheriff. © 31Dec53; LP3566.

    Stampede Fury. © 31Dec54; LP4701.

    Trail to Bordertown. © 31Dec54; LP4709.

    Trails Westward. © 31Dec54; LP4700.

    Trouble at Fort Mojave. © 31Dec53; LP3553.

    Trouble in Sundown. © 31Dec54; LP4718.

    Uprising at Pawhuska. © 31Dec53; LP3577.

    Valiant Outlaw. © 31Dec54; LP4715.

    Warwhoop. © 31Dec54; LP3582.

    The Widow of Indian Wells. © 31Dec53; LP3466.

    The Wrong Man. © 31Dec54; LP4703.

  THE ADVENTURES OF MCGRAW. M. M., Inc. Approx. 29 min. each, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © M. M., Inc.

    The Big Chance. © 4Mar58; LP12247.

    The Diamond. © 8Apr58; LP12242.

    The Diploma. © 4Feb58; LP12244.

    Escape. © 18Feb58; LP12248.

    Face of the Dead. © 25Mar58; LP12450.

    Friend of the Court. © 25Feb58; LP12451.

    Keys of the City. © 17Jun58 (in notice: 1957); LP12255.

    Lady in limbo. © 24Jun58 (in notice: 1957); LP12267.

    The Lie That Came True. © 1Apr58; LP12241.

    The Long Aloha. © 18Mar58; LP12420.

    Rare Perfume. © 22Apr58; LP12238.

    Rendezvous with Death. © 11Feb58; LP12240.

    The Set-Up. © 11Mar58; LP12245.

    A Time for Dying. © 21Jan58; LP12239.

  THE ADVENTURES OF MCGRAW. (Meet McGraw) M. M., Inc. Approx. 29 min.
    each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © M. M., Inc.

    In Memoriam. © 24Dec57; LP13636.

    The Island. © 28Jan58; LP12586.

    The Joshua Tree. (Saguaro) © 17Dec57; LP13635.

    McGraw Meets McGinley. © 7Jan58; LP13572.

    The Snow Job. © 31Dec57 (in notice: 1958); LP12587.

  THE ADVENTURES OF MCGRAW. SEE ALSO Meet McGraw.

  ADVENTURES OF MICKEY MOUSE. SEE Disneyland. 1955-1956. 5.

  THE ADVENTURES OF OZZIE AND HARRIET. SEE Here Come the Nelsons.

  ADVENTURES OF RIN-TIN-TIN. Screen Gems. 30 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    unless otherwise indicated. © Screen Gems. Inc.

    1. Meet Rin-Tin-Tin. © 15Oct54; LP10465.

    2. Wolf Cry. © 22Oct54; LP10466.

    3. Rin-Tin-Tin in the Flaming Forest. © 29Oct54; LP10467.

    4. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Raging River. 35mm. © 5Nov54; LP10578.

    5. The Killer Cat. © 12Nov54; LP10468.

    6. The Education of Corporal Rusty. © 19Nov54; LP10469.

    7. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Apache Chief. © 26Nov54; LP10470.

    8. Rin-Tin-Tin, Outlaw. © 3Dec54; LP10471.

    9. The Outcast of Fort Apache. © 10Dec54; LP10472.

    10. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Ancient Mariner. © 17Dec54; LP10463.

    11. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Raw Recruit. © 24Dec54; LP10462.

    12. Blood Brothers. © 31Dec54; LP10461.

    13. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Gold Bullion. © 7Jan55; LP10441.

    14. Rin-Tin and the Sacred Lance. © 14Jan55; LP10442.

    15. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Shifting Sands. © 21Jan55; LP10443.

    16. Rusty Plays Cupid. © 28Jan55; LP10440.

    17. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Medicine Man. © 4Feb55; LP10444.

    18. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Babe in the Woods. © 11Feb55; LP10445.

    19. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Eagle’s Nest. © 18Feb55; LP10456.

    20. Rusty Resigns from the Army. © 25Feb55; LP10446.

    21. The Legacy of Sean O’Hara. © 4Mar55; LP10447.

    22. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Barber of Seville. © 11Mar55; LP10448.

    23. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Blushing Brides. © 18Mar55; LP10449.

    24. The Guilty One. © 25Mar55; LP10457.

    25. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Magic Box. © 1Apr55; LP10458.

    26. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Bandit Kingdom. © 8Apr55; LP10459.

    27. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Printer’s Devil. © 15Apr55; LP10460.

    28. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Dead Man’s Gold. © 22Apr55; LP10450.

    29. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Ghost Town. © 29Apr55; LP10451.

    30. O’Hara Gets Busted. © 6May55; LP10452.

    31. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Bounty Hunters. © 13May55; LP10453.

    32. Farewell to Fort Apache. © 20May55; LP10454.

    33. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Lost Scotsman. © 27May55; LP10455.

    34. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Lonesome Road. © 3Jun55 (in notice: 1954);
      LP10464.

    35. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Bugle Call. © 9Sep55; LP10489.

    36. Rin-Tin-Tin Meets Shakespeare. © 16Sep55; LP10490.

    37. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Wild Stallion. © 23Sep55; LP10491.

    38. Rusty Volunteers. © 30Sep55; LP10492.

    39. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Poor Little Rich Boy. © 7Oct55; LP10493.

    40. Rin-Tin-Tin and the White Buffalo. © 14Oct55; LP11320.

    41. Rin-Tin-Tin Meets Mr. President. © 21Oct55; LP10494.

    42. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Iron Horse. © 28Oct55; LP10495.

    43. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Connecticut Yankee. © 4Nov55; LP10496.

    44. Higgins Rides Again. © 11Nov55; LP10497.

    45. Boone’s Wedding Day. © 18Nov55; LP10498.

    46. Rusty Goes to Town. © 25Nov55; LP10499.

    47. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Lost Patrol. © 2Dec55; LP10500.

    48. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Star Witness. © 9Dec55; LP10501.

    49. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Last Chance. © 16Dec55; LP10502.

    50. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Christmas Story. © 23Dec55; LP10503.

    51. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Indian Burial Grounds. © 30Dec55; LP10504.

    52. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Missing Heir. © 13Jan56 (in notice: 1955);
      LP10505.

    53. Rusty’s Romance. © 20Jan56; LP10506.

    54. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Tin Soldier. © 27Jan56; LP10507.

    55. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Big Top. © 3Feb56; LP10508.

    56. Rusty’s Bank Account. © 10Feb56; LP10509.

    57. Rin-Tin-Tin Meets O’Hara’s Mother. © 17Feb56; LP10510.

    58. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Return of the Ancient Mariner. © 24Feb56;
      LP10511.

    59. The Failing Light. © 2Mar56; LP10512.

    60. Rusty’s Mystery. © 9Mar56; LP10513.

    61. The Third Rider. © 16Mar56; LP10514.

    62. Rusty Surrenders. © 23Mar56; LP10515.

    63. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Rainmaker. © 30Mar56; LP10516.

    64. The Scotchman’s Gold. © 6Apr56; LP10517.

    65. Attack on Fort Apache. © 13Apr56; LP10518.

    66. Rin-Tin-Tin and Homer the Great. © 20Apr56; LP10519.

    67. Rinty Finds a Bone. © 27Apr56; LP10520.

    68. Rin-Tin-Tin Meets Mr. Nobody. © 4May56; LP10521.

    69. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Circle of Fire. © 11May56; LP10522.

    70. Hubert Goes West. © 18May56; LP10523.

    71. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Lost Treasure. © 25May56; LP10524.

    72. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Second Chance. © 1Jun56; LP10525.

    73. Forward Ho. © 7Sep56; LP 11321.

    74. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Witch of the Woods. © 14Sep56; LP10580.

    75. Sorrowful Joe. © 21Sep56; LP11322.

    76. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Return of the Chief. © 28Sep56; LP11323.

    77. Silent Battle. © 5Oct56; LP11324.

    78. Yo-o, Rinty. © 12Oct56; LP11325.

    79. Rin-Tin-Tin and the White Wolf. © 19Oct56; LP11326.

    80. Return of Rin-Tin-Tin. © 26Oct56; LP11327.

    81. Boone’s Grandpappy. © 2Nov56; LP10581.

    82. The Lost Puppy. © 9Nov56; LP11328.

    83. Presidential Citation. © 16Nov56 (in notice: 1957); LP10585.

    84. Wagon Train. © 23Nov56 (in notice: 1957); LP10586.

    85. Fort Adventure. © 30Nov56; LP11329.

    86. Rin-Tin-Tin and the Invaders. © 14Dec56; LP10582.

    87. Racing Rails. © 28Dec56; LP10583.

    88. Higgins’ Last Stand. © 4Jan57 (in notice: 1956); LP10584.

    89. The Indian Hater. © 11Jan57; LP12099.

    90. Rin-Tin-Tin Meets the Southern Colonel. © 18Jan57; LP10914.

    91. Warrior’s Promise. © 25Jan57; LP10587.

    92. Sorrowful Joe Returns. © 1Feb57; LP10588.

    93. The Lieutenant’s Lesson. © 8Feb57; LP10589.

    94. The Swedish Cook. © 15Feb57; LP10590.

    95. Rusty Gets Busted. © 22Feb57; LP10591.

    96. O’Hara’s Gold. © 1Mar57; LP10592.

    97. O’Hara’s Gets Culture. © 8Mar57; LP10593.

    98. The Frame-Up. © 15Mar57; LP10594.

    99. Boone’s Commission. © 22Mar57; LP10595.

    100. The Silent Witness. © 29Mar57; LP12096.

    101. Indian Blood. © 5Apr57; LP10596.

    102. The Old Soldier. © 12Apr57; LP10597.

    103. Stagecoach Sally. © 19Apr57; LP12097.

    104. Bitter Medicine. © 26Apr57; LP11317.

    105. Corporal Carson. © 3May57; LP10598.

    106. Hubert’s Niece. © 10May57; LP11318.

    107. O’Hara Gets Amnesia. © 17May57; LP10599.

    108. Along Came Tubbs. © 24May57; LP12095.

    109. Swanson’s Choice. © 31May57; LP11319.

    110. The Gentle Kingdom. © 7Jun57; LP10600.

    111. The Swapper. © 14Jun57; LP10601.

    112. The Old Man of the Mountain. © 21Jun57; LP10602.

    113. Return to Fort Apache. © 20Sep57; LP10603.

    114. The Courtship of Marshal Higgins. © 27Sep57; LP10604.

    115. Rusty’s Reward. © 4Oct57; LP10605.

    116. A Look of Eagles. © 11Oct57; LP10606.

    117. The Last Navajo. © 18Oct57; LP12089.

    118. Mother O’Hara’s Marriage. © 25Oct57; LP12098.

    119. Hostage of Warbonnet. © 1Nov57; LP12091.

    120. Rodeo Clown. © 8Nov57; LP12087.

    121. Rusty’s Strategy. © 15Nov57; LP12092.

    122. Frontier Angel. © 22Nov57; LP12090.

    123. The Hunted. © 6Dec57; LP12093.

    124. White Chief. © 13Dec57; LP12094.

    125. Boundary Busters. © 20Dec57; LP12088.

    126. River Chase. © 10Jan58; LP12078.

    127. Top Gun. © 24Jan58; LP12079.

    128. Tomahawk Tubbs. © 7Feb58; LP12357.

    129. The New C.O. © 14Feb58 (in notice: 1957); LP12360.

    130. Pritikin’s Predicament. © 21Feb58; LP12359.

    131. Rusty’s Remedy. © 28Feb58; LP12358.

    132. Spanish Gold. © 7Mar58; LP12082.

    133. Bitter Bounty. © 14Mar58; LP12080.

    134. Sorrowful Joe’s Policy. © 21Mar58; LP12081.

    135. Border Incident. © 28Mar58; LP12083

    136. Wind-Wagon McClanahan. © 4Apr58; LP12084.

    137. The Secret Weapon. © 11Apr58; LP12085.

    138. Brave Bow. © 18Apr58; LP12086.

  ADVENTURES OF ROBINSON CRUSOE. Producciones Tepeyac, Mexico City.
    Released in the U. S. by United Artists Corp. 100 min., sd., color,
    35mm. Pathecolor. Based on the novel Robinson Crusoe, by Daniel
    Defoe. © Producciones Tepeyac; 4Jul54; LP3738.

  THE ADVENTURES OF SADIE. Renown Film Productions, London. Released in
    the U. S. by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 88 min., sd., color.
    35mm. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 17May55 (in notice: 1953);
    LP5233.

  THE ADVENTURES OF SHERIFF KATE. Evelyn C. Sturm. 30 min., b&w. 16mm. ©
    Evelyn C. Sturm; 6Oct55; LU3136.

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

    2. © 29Dec49; LP2755.

    3. Prisoners of Ulric. © 5Jan50; LP2767.

    4. Attack on Camelot! © 3Jan50; LP432.

    5. Galahad to the Rescue. © 19Jan50; LP2768.

    6. Passage of Peril. © 17Jan50; LP2839.

    7. Unknown Betrayer. © 24Jan50; LP2840.

    8. Perilous Adventure. © 31Jan50; LP2884.

    9. Treacherous Magic. © 7Feb50; LP2841.

    10. The Sorcerer’s Spell. © 14Feb50; LP2842

    11. Valley of No Return. © 21Feb50; LP2883.

    12. Castle Perilous. © 28Feb50; LP2885.

    13. The Wizard’s Vengeance. © 6Mar50; LP2889

    14. Quest for the Queen. © 14Mar50; LP2915.

    15. Galahad’s Triumph. ©21Mar50; LP2916.

  THE ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN. National Comics Publications. 1 reel each,
    ed., b&w, 16mm. © National Comics Publications, Inc.

    53. Through the Time Barrier. © 5May55; LP5375.

    54. The Talking Clue. © 12May55; LP5374.

    55. The Lucky Cat. © 19May55; LP5373.

    56. Superman Week. © 26May55; LP5372.

    57. Great Caesar’s Ghost. © 2Jun55; LP5407.

    58. Test of a Warrior. © 9Jun55; LP5408.

    59. Olsen’s Millions. © 16Jun55; LP5406.

    60. Clark Kent, Outlaw. © 23Jun55; LP5579.

    61. The Magic Necklace. © 30Jun55; LP5578.

    62. The Bully of Dry Gulch. © 7Jul55; LP5580.

    63. Flight to the North. © 14Jul55; LP5582.

    64. The Seven Souvenirs. © 21Jul55; LP5581.

    65. King for a Day. © 28Jul55; LP5583.

    The Big Freeze. © 24Jan56; LP6441.

    Blackmail. © 6Mar56; LP6610.

    Close Shave. © 4Mar57; LP8496.

    Dagger Island. © 13Mar56; LP6684.

    The Deadly Rock. © 20Mar56; LP6611.

    Disappearing Lois. © 18Feb57; LP8211.

    The Girl Who Hired Superman. © 9Feb56; LP6558.

    Jimmy the Kid. © 4Feb56; LP6561.

    Joey. © 3Jan56; LP6319.

    The Jolly Roger. © 3Apr56; LP6924.

    The Man Who Made Dreams Come True. © 28Jan57; LP8208.

    Mr. Zero. © 1Apr57; LP8790.

    Money to Burn. © 11 Feb57; LP8210.

    Peril by Sea. © 10Jan56; LP6442.

    Peril in Paris. © 7Jan57; LP7858.

    The Phantom Ring. © 27Mar56; LP6685.

    Phoney Alibi. © 11 Mar57; LP8495.

    The Prince Albert Coat. © 18Mar57; LP8713

    Stolen Elephant. © 28Mar57; LP8712.

    Tin Hero. © 14Jan57; LP8009.

    The Tomb of Zaharan. © 4Feb57; LP8209.

    Topsy-Turvy. © 31Jan56; LP6559.

    The Town That Wasn’t. © 21Jan57; LP8008.

    The Unlucky Number. © 17Jan56; LP6359.

    The Wedding of Superman. © 15Feb56; LP6560.

    Whatever Goes Up. © 8Apr57; LP8791.

  ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN. National Comics Publications. 3 reels each,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on a feature appearing in Action Comics and
    Superman Magazines. © National Comics Publications, Inc.

    Around the Word with Superman. © 1Mar54; LP3625.

    Beware the Wrecker. © 25Jan54; LP3292.

    The Big Squeeze. © 16Sep53 (in notice: 1952); LP3295.

    The Birthday Letter. © 13May53 (in notice: 1951); LP2979.

    The Boy Who Hated Superman. © 15Jan54; LP3225.

    The Case of the Talkative Dummy. Appl. title: The Talkative Dummy. ©
      15Apr53 (in notice: 1951); LP2973.

    The Clown Who Cried. © 11Jan54; LP3226.

    Crime Wave. © 22Aug52; LP2770.

    Czar of the Underworld. © 26Aug53 (in notice: 1951); LP2997.

    The Defeat of Superman. © 5Oct53 (in notice: 1951); LP3069.

    The Deserted Village. © 17Jun53 (in notice: 1951); LP2980.

    The Dog Who Knew Superman. © 26Oct53 (in notice: 1951); LP3065.

    Double Trouble. © 15Jul53 (in notice: 1951); LP2990.

    Drums of Death. © 29Jul53 (in notice: 1951); LP2987.

    The Evil Three. © 5Aug53 (in notice: 1951); LP2988.

    The Face and the Voice. © 2Nov53 (in notice: 1951); LP3064.

    Five Minutes to Doom. © 9Sep53 (in notice: 1951); LP3228.

    A Ghost for Scotland Yard. © 19Oct53 (in notice: 1951); LP3066.

    Ghost Wolf. © 2Sep53 (in notice: 1951); LP2995.

    The Golden Vulture. © 28Jan54; LP3291.

    The Haunted Lighthouse. © 8Apr53 (in notice: 1951); LP2974.

    The Human Bomb. © 19Aug53 (in notice: 1951); LP2989.

    Jet Ace. © 23Sep53 (in notice: 1951); LP3067.

    Jimmy Olsen, Boy Editor. © 1Feb54; LP3294.

    Jungle Devil. © 4Jan54; LP3229.

    Lady in Black. © 8Feb54; LP3622.

    The Machine That Could Plot Crimes. © 23Nov53 (in notice: 1951,
      1954); LP3061.

    The Man in the Lead Mask. © 9Nov53 (in notice: 1951); LP3063.

    The Man Who Could Read Minds. © 23Sep53 (in notice: 1951); LP3621.

    The Mind Machine. © 20May53 (in notice: 1951); LP2978.

    The Monkey Mystery. © 29Apr53 (in notice: 1951); LP2996.

    My Friend, Superman. © 8Jan54; LP3227.

    Mystery in Wax. © 27Jul53 (in notice: 1951); LP2769.

    Mystery of the Broken Statues. Appl. title: The Case of the Broken
      Statutes. © 22Apr53 (in notice: 1951); LP2972.

    A Night of Terror. © 6May53 (in notice: 1951); LP2982.

    No Holds Barred. © 10Jun53 (in notice: 1951); LP2983.

    Panic in the Sky. © 16Nov53 (in notice: 1951); LP3062.

    Perry White’s Scoop. © 21Jan54; LP3293.

    Rescue. © 27May53 (in notice: 1951); LP2985.

    The Riddle of the Chinese Jade. © 12Aug53 (in notice: 1951); LP2992.

    The Runaway Robot. © 22Jul53 (in notice: 1951); LP2991.

    The Secret of Superman. © 3Jun53 (in notice: 1951); LP2984.

    Semi-Private Eye. © 18Jan54; LP3224.

    Shot in the Dark. © 30Sep53 (in notice: 1951); LP3070.

    Star of Fate. © 15Feb54; LP3623.

    The Stolen Costume. © 24Jun53 (in notice: 1951); LP2986.

    Superman in Exile. © 12Oct53 (in notice: 1951); LP3068.

    Superman on Earth. © 1Apr53 (in notice: 1951); LP2961.

    Treasure of the Incas. © 8Jul53 (in notice: 1951); LP2981.

    The Whistling Bird. Appl. title: The Case of the Whistling Bird. ©
      22Feb54; LP3624.

  THE ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN. Superman, Inc. 1 reel each, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Superman, Inc.

    All That Glitters. © 1Apr58; LP11043.

    The Atomic Captive. © 3Feb58; LP10527.

    The Big Forget. © 17Feb58; LP10257.

    The Brainy Burro. © 18Mar58; LP11041.

    Divide and Conquer. © 20Jan58; LP10259.

    The Gentle Monster. © 27Feb58; LP10256.

    The Last Knight. © 6Jan58; LP9936.

    The Magic Secret. © 13Jan58; LP9935.

    The Mysterious Cube. © 27Jan58; LP10258.

    The Perils of Superman. © 25Mar58; LP11042.

    The Superman Silver Mine. © 10Feb58; LP10528.

    Superman’s Wife. © 4Mar58; LP10536.

    Three in One. © 11Mar58; LP10537.

  THE ADVENTURES OF THE FALCON. Federal Telefilms. 26 min. each, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © National Broadcasting Co., Inc.

    The Baby Sitter. © 7Oct54; LP4755.

    Backlash. © 25Jun54; LP4518.

    The Big Break. © 29Oct54; LP5075.

    The Big Heist (The Case of the Big Heist) © 17Sep54; LP5362.

    The Blond Bomber. © 15Oct54; LP4953.

    A Borderline Case. © 30Jun54; LP4521.

    Buried Treasure. © 23Nov54; LP5296.

    The Case of the Babbling Brook. © 20Jul54; LP4520.

    The Case of the Lonely Hunter. © 13Aug54; MP5874.

    Dawn’s Early Light. © 12Nov54; LP5364.

    Deadly Welcome (The Case of the Deadly Welcome) © 23Sep54; LP4631.

    Decision in Red. © 3Sep54; LP4628.

    Double Identity. © 23Jul54; MP5877.

    A Drug on the Market. © 30Jun54; LP4519.

    Eyes in My Back. © 29Oct54; LP5074.

    False Faces. © 22Oct54; LP4952.

    The $4.98 Buddha. © 15Oct54; LP4752.

    The Furious Lady. © 2Aug54; MP5876.

    The Golden Phoney. © 22Oct54; LP5072.

    Green Means Danger. © 5Nov54; LP5299.

    The Guilty Stamps. © 22Oct54; LP4951.

    Hot Cargo. © 5Nov54; LP5297.

    Invisible Destroyer. © 29Oct54; LP4954.

    Kiss Me Not. © 10Oct54; LP4754.

    Murder with Hi Fi. © 22Oct54; LP4756.

    Out of All Evil. © 26Aug54; MP5964.

    The Paper Finger. © 26Oct54; LP5071.

    The Picture in the Case. © 6Aug54; MP5875.

    Rare Editions. © 5Nov54; LP5295.

    The Reckoning. © 29Oct54; LP4630.

    Reunion. © 29Oct54; LP5365.

    Rocky’s Asylum. © 10Sep54; LP4629.

    The Small Hotel. © 12Nov54; LP5073.

    Snake Eyes. © 5Nov54; LP5298.

    The Stevedore Kid. © 16Nov54; LP5363.

    Tangiers Finale. © 19Aug54; MP5873.

    Target. © 22Oct54; LP4955.

    A Very Dangerous Bedfellow. © 26Oct54; LP4522.

    The Wheel of Fortune. © 19Nov54; LP4753.

  ADVENTURES OF TWO LITTLE GOATS: BACKGROUND FOR READING AND EXPRESSION.
    Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet
    Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 26Mar56; MP7117.

  THE ADVENTURES OF WILLIE SKUNK. Young America Films, 1951. 1 reel,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Young America Films, Inc.; 10Dec51; MP1902.

  ADVENTURING IN THE ARTS. Girl Scouts of the U. S. A. 22 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. Ansco color. With film guide. © Girl Scouts of the
    United States of America; 1Apr56; MP7714.

  ADVERTISE YOUR ADVERTISING. Swift. Made by Wilding Picture
    Productions. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Swift & Co.; 16Apr56;
    MP7201.

  ADVICE TO THE LOVELORN. SEE The Bob Cummings Show, no. 18.

  AERIAL CIRCUS. SEE Whirlybirds, 28.

  THE AERIALIST. SEE Alcoa Presents One Step Beyond.

  AERO-NUTICS. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Kartune) Technicolor. © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 8May53; LP2546.

  AESOP’S FABLE—FOILING THE FOX. (Terrytoon) Terrytoons, Inc.
    Distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1950. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. © Terrytoons, Inc.; 11Mar50; LP2961.

  AESOP’S FABLE GOLDEN EGG GOOSIE. Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp., 1951. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon
    Cartoon) © Terrytoons, Inc.; 13Jun51; LP1003.

  AESOP’S FABLE HAPPY VALLEY. Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp., 1952. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon
    Cartoon) © Terrytoons, Inc.; 11Jul52; LP2062.

  AESOP’S FABLE—SPARKY, THE FIREFLY. Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon Cartoon)
    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 19Jun53; LP3090.

  AESOP’S FABLE: THE FIRST FLYING FISH. Terrytoons. Released by
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Terrytoon Cartoon) © Terrytoons, Inc.; 4Feb55; LP4989.

  AFFAIR AT ST. ALBANS. SEE The Raid.

  AFFAIR IN HAVANA. Dudley Pictures International Corp. of Cuba.
    Released in the U. S. by Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 80 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on a story by Janet Green. © Allied Artists
    Pictures Corp.; 15Oct57; LP8990.

  AFFAIR IN MONTE CARLO. Associated British Picture Corp., London.
    Released in the U. S. by Allied Artists Productions. 75 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. Technicolor. Based on Stephen Zweig’s Twenty-four Hours
    of a Woman’s Life. © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 11Sep52; LP2998.

  AFFAIR IN RENO. Republic Pictures Corp. 8 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Naturama. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 28Jan57; LP8457.

  AFFAIR IN SUMATRA. SEE Screen Directors Playhouse.

  AFFAIR IN TRINIDAD. Beckworth Corp. Released by Columbia Pictures
    Corp., 1952. 98 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Beckworth Corp.; 23Jul52;
    LP1844.

  AFFAIR OF HONOR. SEE The Count of Monte Cristo.

  THE AFFAIR OF THE ARDENT AMAZON. SEE Crunch and Des.

  THE AFFAIR OF THE THREE NAPOLEONS. SEE The Count of Monte Cristo.

  AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER. Jerry Wald Productions. Released by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp. 115 min., sd., color, 35mm. CinemaScope.
    Color by DeLuxe. © Jerry Wald Productions, Inc. & Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp.; 19Jul57; LP8838.

  AFFAIR WITH A STRANGER. RKO Radio Pictures. 87 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 25Jun53; LP2748.

  THE AFFAIRS OF ANN. Revue Productions. 3 reels each, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Revue Productions, Inc.

    Sauce for the Gander. © 31Dec54; LP4965.

    Such a Nice Little Girl. © 31Dec54; LP4966.

  THE AFFAIRS OF DOBIE GILLIS. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s,
    1953. 73 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Loew’s Incorporated; 28May53;
    LP2630.

  THE AFFAIRS OF MESSALINA. Produzione Gallone, Rome, and Filmsonor,
    Paris. Released in the U. S. by Columbia Pictures Corp. 12 reels,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. In Italian with English dialog dubbed in. © Columbia
    Pictures Corp.; 10May53; LP2727.

  AFRICA ADVENTURE. RKO-Pathe. 64 min., sd., color, 35mm. Pathecolor.
    Produced in cooperation with Voyager Productions. © RKO-Pathe, Inc.;
    28Sep54; MP5359.

  AFRICA SCREAMS. Nassour Studios, Inc. Released through United Artists
    Corp., 1949. 80 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Nasbro Pictures, Inc.;
    27May49; LP2771.

  AFRICAN FURY. SEE

    Cry, the Beloved County.

    Skabenga.

  AFRICAN GAME FARM. Maytag Productions. 25 min., sd., color, 16mm. Appl
    author: Robert E. Maytag. © Maytag Productions; 12Jan55; LP4930.

  THE AFRICAN HUNTER. SEE The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, no.
    267.

  AFRICAN JUNGLE HUNT. SEE Phony Baloney in African Jungle Hunt.

  THE AFRICAN LION. Walt Disney Productions. Released by Buena Vista
    Film Distribution Co. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (True Life
    Adventure) Technicolor. © Walt Disney Productions; 27Jun55; LP5514.

  AFRICAN MANHUNT. Trinity Productions. Released by Republic Pictures
    Corp. 8 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 4Jan55 (in
    notice: 1954); LP4580.

  AFRICAN OUTPOST. Maytag Productions. 25 min., sd., color, 16mm. Appl
    author: Robert E. Maytag. © Maytag Productions; 12Jan55; LP4922.

  THE AFRICAN QUEEN. Horizon Enterprises. Released by United Artists
    Corp., 1951. 106 min., sd., color, 35mm. Based on the novel of the
    same title by Cecil Scott Forester. © Horizon Enterprises, Inc.;
    26Dec51; LP1476.

  AFRICAN TACKLE SMASHERS. Maytag Productions. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Appl. author: Robert E. Maytag. © Maytag Productions; 12Jan55;
    LP4923.

  AFRICAN TREASURE. Monogram, 1952. 70 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Monogram
    Pictures Corp.; 25May52; LP1739.

  AFRICAN VIOLETS. SEE How Does Your Garden Grow, no. 2.

  AFTER THE BALL. Universal Pictures Co. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker Cartune) A Universal International
    picture. Technicolor. © Universal International; 1Feb56; LP5936.

  AFTER THE DARKNESS. SEE Medic.

  AFTER THE HARVEST. Board of Trade of the City of Chicago. Made by
    Wilding Picture Productions. 27 min., sd., color, 16mm. Eastman
    color. © Board of Trade of the City of Chicago; 15Oct55; LP5838.

  AFTER YOU, LUDWIG. SEE Navy Log.

  AFTERMATH. Screen Associates, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Screen
    Associates, Inc.; 5Feb53 (in notice: 1952); LP2418.

  AGAIN THE STARS. SEE Telephone Time.

  AGAINST ALL FLAGS. Universal Pictures Co., 1952. 84 min., sd., color,
    35mm. A Universal International picture. © Universal Pictures Co.,
    Inc.; 2Nov52; LP2047.

  AGAINST THE STREAM. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Universal International color parade) © Universal Pictures Co.,
    Inc.; 10Oct55; LP5738.

  AGE OF DISCOVERY: ENGLISH, FRENCH, AND DUTCH EXPLORATIONS. Coronet
    Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet
    Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 31Jan56; MP6980.

  AGE OF DISCOVERY: SPANISH & PORTUGUESE EXPLORATION. Coronet, 1950. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © David A. Smart; 13Mar50; MP199.

  THE AGE OF SPECIALIZATION. SEE Sociology Series.

  AGE OF TURMOIL. McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by Crawley Films. 20 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. (Adolescent Development Series) Correlated with the
    text Adolescent Development, by Elizabeth Hurlock. © McGraw-Hill
    Book Co., Inc.; 26Aug53; MP3940.

  AGENT OF THE EAGLE. SEE Zorro, no. 20.

  AGRICULTURAL AVIATION. National Assn. of State Aviation Officials.
    Made by Film Originals. 14 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. ©
    Film Originals (George Oliver Smith & Helen Stanfield Smith d.b.a.
    Film Originals); 7Oct55; MP6501.

  AGRICULTURE IN MINNESOTA. SEE Minnesota: Land and People.

  AH SID COWBOY. SEE Judge Roy Bean.

  AH, THERE, BEAU BRIMMEL. SEE General Electric Theater.

  AHAB, THE POUTING KING. Moody Bible Institute. Made by Moody Institute
    of Science. 13 min., sd., color, 16mm. Eastman color. © Moody Bible
    Institute of Chicago; 8Nov56; MP8084.

  AHI VIENEN LOS MENDOZA. Producciones Antonio Badu, Mexico. Released in
    the U. S. by Importadora. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Importadora,
    Inc.; 15Apr48; LP11568.

  EL AHIJADO DE LA MUERTE. (Death’s Godchild) Peliculas Anahuac, Mexico.
    Released in the U. S. by Importadora. 78 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Importadora, Inc.; 15Oct46; LP11350.

  AHOY. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 74
    ft., color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Chevrolet Motor Division, General
    Motors Corp.; 6Aug56; MU6156.

  A HUNTING THEY DID GO. Columbia Pictures Corp. 2 reels, sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 29Oct53; LP3589.

  A-HUNTING WE WILL GO. SEE Father’s Wild Game.

  AN AID TO THERAPY. Chas. Pfizer & Co. Made by Campus Film Productions.
    26 min., sd., color, 16mm. Eastman color. Appl. author: Chas. Pfizer
    & Co., Inc., employer for hire. © Chas. Pfizer & Co., Inc.; 22Jan57;
    MP8207.

  AIDA (ARIAS) SEE Great Moments from Aida.

  AIM, FIRE, SCOOT. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1952. 2 reels, sd., b&w,
    35mm. (All Star Comedy) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 13Mar52; LP1583.

  AIN’T IT AGGRAVATIN’. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 8 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. (Pete Smith Specialty) © Loew’s Incorporated;
    12Feb54 (in notice: 1953); LP3877.

  AIN’T MISBEHAVIN’. Universal Pictures Co. 82 min., sd., color, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. Technicolor. Based on the story
    Third Girl from the Right, by Robert Carson. © Universal Pictures
    Co., Inc.: 7Apr55; LP4609.

  AIN’T RIO GRAND? Vitaphone Corp., 1952. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Vitaphone Novelties) A Warner Bros. short subject. Based on a Larry
    Semon comedy “Well I’ll Be.” © The Vitaphone Corp.; 18Dec52; MP3074.

  AIN’T SHE TWEET. SEE Tweety in Ain’t She Tweet.

  THE AIR-ACETYLENE FLAME. Union Carbide & Carbon Corp. 11 min., color,
    16mm. © Union Carbide & Carbon Corp.; 8Mar57; MU6283.

  THE AIR AGE. March of Time. 28 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. title:
    March of Time Television Show. © Time, Inc.; 25Jun53; MP4178.

  AIR ALL ABOUT US: EXPLORING SCIENCE. Coronet Instructional Films. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films; 28Feb55;
    MP5706.

  AIR AROUND US. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.;
    30Jun54; MP5915.

  AIR BRAKES OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, Pt. 2. Jam Handy Organization
    for the Bendix-Westinghouse Air Brake Co. © 1950. 17 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 14Nov50; MU5218.

  AIR CADET. Universal International Pictures Co., 1951. 94 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 28Feb51; LP822.

  AIR CORPS VS. MARRIAGE. SEE The Bob Cummings Show, no. 17.

  AIR EXPRESS TO FREEDOM. SEE Crusader.

  AIR FORCE CALLS BOB, GRANDPA ANSWERS. SEE The Bob Cummings Show, no.
    101.

  AIR FORCE VERSUS NAVY. SEE The Bob Cummings Show, no. 60.

  AIR FORCE VS. RUTHIE. SEE The Bob Cummings Show, no. 75.

  AIR HOSTESS. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1949. 60 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.: 25Aug49; LP103.

  AIR POWER. Prudential Insurance Co. of America. Made by CBS
    Television. 30 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. Made in cooperation with
    the U. S. Air Force. © Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.

    1. Nov. 11, 1956. The Day America Is Attacked; pts. 1-2. © 8Nov56;
      LP8652.

    2. Nov. 18, 1956. Early Days. © 21Nov56; MP8321.

    3. Nov. 25, 1956. Luftwaffe. © 21Nov56; MP8322.

    4. Dec. 2, 1956. Pearl Harbor. © 29Nov56; MP8323.

    5. Dec. 9, 1956. Battle of Britain. © 5Dec56; MP8324.

    6. Dec. 16, 1956. Counterblast. © 13Dec56; MP8325.

    7. Dec. 23, 1956. Fools, Daredevils and Geniuses. © 19Dec56; MP8326.

    8. Dec. 30, 1956. 1930’s. © 26Dec56; MP8327.

    9. Jan. 6, 1957. Target Ploesti. © 3Jan57 (in notice: 1956); MP8328.

    10. Jan. 13, 1957. Schweinfurt. © 9Jan57 (in notice: 1956); MP8329.

    11. Jan. 20, 1957. Conquest of the Air. © 16Jan57; MP8330.

    12. Jan. 27, 1957. The Japanese Perimeter. © 23Jan57; MP8331.

    13. Feb. 3, 1957. Interdiction and Blockade. © 30Jan57; MP8332.

    14. Feb. 10, 1957. Operation Strangle. © 6Feb57; MP8333.

    15. Feb. 17, 1957. Pacific Pattern. © 13Feb57; MP8334.

    16. Feb. 24, 1957. Advance the Bomber. Line. © 20Feb57; MP8335.

    17. Mar. 3, 1957. Winning of France. © 1Mar57; MP8336.

    18. Mar. 10, 1957. Superfort. © 6Mar57; MP8337.

    19. Mar. 17, 1957. Victory in Europe. © 13Mar57; MP8338.

    21. Mar. 31, 1957. Defeat of Japan. © 27Mar57; MP8162.

    22. Apr. 7, 1957. The Cold Decade Airlift. © 3Apr57; MP8163.

    23. Apr. 14, 1957. The Cold Decade - to the Yalu. © 11Apr57; LP8665.

    24. Apr. 21, 1957. The Cold Decade - Korean Stalemate. © 17Apr57;
      LP8666.

    25. Apr. 28, 1957. Starfighter. © 24Apr57; LP8663.

    26. May 5, 1957. The New Doctrine. © 2May57; LP8664.

  AIR POWER. Prudential Insurance Co. of America. Made by CBS
    Television. 3 reels each unless otherwise indicated, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Made in cooperation with the U. S. Air Force. © Columbia
    Broadcasting System, Inc.

    Kamikaze. © 24Mar57; MP9130.

  AIR POWER AMERICAN. Raphael G. Wolff Studios with the cooperation of
    the U. S. Air Force, 1951. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Raphael G.
    Wolff d.b.a. Raphael G. Wolff Studios; 11May51; MP1899.

  AIR STEWARDESS, SEE The Loretta Young Show, 4025-23.

  AIR STRIKE. Cy Roth Productions. Released by Lippert Pictures. 63
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Cy Roth Productions; 13Jun55 (in notice:
    1954) LP4914.

  AIR TAXI U. S. A. National Air Taxi Conference. Made by Film
    Originals. 14 min., sd., color, 16mm. © George Oliver Smith & Helen
    Stanfield Smith d.b.a. Film Originals; 9Feb59; MP9518.

  AIR TRAFFIC. SEE The Twentieth Century, Apr. 27, 1958.

  THE AIR WAR ON JAPAN. SEE Crusade in the Pacific, no. 21.

  AIRBORNE GOLD. SEE Whirlybirds, no. 37.

  AIRBORNE HONEYMOON. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 137.

  AIRLINE HOSTESS. SEE Panic, 6.

  AIRLINES TO ANYWHERE. RKO Pathe, 1951. 16 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (This
    Is America Series, no. 5) © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 5Jan51; MP1227.

  AIRPLANE SHOW. SEE December Bride, no. 106.

  THE AIRPLANE STORY. SEE Big Town, no. 114.

  AN AIRPLANE TRIP. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. Second edition. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica
    Films, Inc.; 24Jan55 (in notice: 1954) MP5854.

  AN AIRPLANE TRIP TO MEXICO. New Horizon Films. Released by
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1952. 11 min., sd., color, 16mm. ©
    New Horizon Films; 28May52; MP2814.

  AIRPLANES AND HOW THEY FLY. Young America Films, 1950. 1 reel, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Young America Films, Inc.; 26Oct50; MP614.

  AIRPLANES: HOW THEY FLY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 5Jan59; MP9629.

  AIRPLANES MAKE MARKETS. Idaho Dept. of Aeronautics, 1952. Made by Film
    Originals. 26 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © George Oliver
    Smith and Helen Stanfield Smith, d.b.a. Film Originals; 27Dec52;
    MP3549.

  AIRPORT AMERICA. National Assn. of State Aviation Officials. Made by
    Film Originals. 14 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © George
    Oliver Smith & Helen Stanfield Smith d.b.a. Film Originals; 17Dec54;
    MP5513.

  AKAI HAS EIGHT WIVES. Maytag Productions. 25 min., sd., color, 16mm.
    Appl. author: Robert E. Maytag. © Maytag Productions; 12Jan55;
    LP4920.

  AKBAR, THE GREAT. SEE The 77th Bengal Lancers, no. 25.

  AL CAPONE. John H. Burrows and Leonard J. Ackerman. Released by Allied
    Artists Pictures Corp. 104 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Allied Artists
    Pictures Corp.; 24Feb59; LP12787.

  AL JENNINGS OF OKLAHOMA. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 77 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. Based on a book by Al Jennings and Will Irwin. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Mar51; LP981.

  AL SON DE MAMBO. (The Mambo Rhythm) Filmadora Chapultepec, Mexico.
    Released in the U. S. by Classa-Mohme. 92 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Importadora, Inc.; 15Oct50; LP11847.

  THE ALABAMA FOX HUNT. SEE Alabama State Fox Hunt.

  ALABAMA STATE FOX HUNT (THE ALABAMA FOX HUNT) John McClure Snook. 24
    min., color, 16mm. © John McClure Snook; 13Apr56; MU6083.

  ALADDIN. SEE The Magic Bunny in Aladdin.

  ALADDIN AND HIS LAMP. Monogram, 1952. 66 min., sd., color, 35mm. ©
    Monogram Pictures Corp.; 20Jan52; LP1473.

  ALADDIN AND THE WONDERFUL LAMP. SEE Jerry Bartell’s Playtime, no. 4.

  ALADDIN MCFADDEN. SEE The Magic Bunny in Aladdin McFadden.

  ALADDIN’S LAMP. SEE Oh Susanna.

  THE ALAN YOUNG SHOW. Alan Young Productions. 3 reels each, sd., b&w,
    35mm. © A. Y. Productions, a fictitious name for Alan Young
    Productions, Inc. The New Job. © 31Jan53; LP3076.

  ALARM AT PLEASANT VALLEY. SEE Gunsmoke.

  THE ALARMED SKIPPER. SEE American Wit and Humor, no. 1.

  ALASKA LIFEBOAT. RKO-Pathe. 21 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Theatre of Life)
    © RKO Teleradio Pictures, Inc.; 11Nov56; MP7912.

  ALASKA PASSAGE. Associated Producers. Released by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp. 72 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. RegalScope. ©
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 30Dec58; LP12757.

  ALASKA SEAS. Paramount Pictures Corp. 78 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based
    on a novel by Barrett Willoughby. © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 1Jan54
    (in notice: 1953); LP3974.

  ALASKA SHOW. SEE December Bride.

  ALASKA STORY. SEE The Ed Sullivan Show, Dec. 7, 1958.

  THE ALASKAN ESKIMO. Walt Disney Productions. Released by RKO Radio
    Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (People and Places Series)
    Technicolor. © Walt Disney Productions; 6Nov52; LP2965.

  THE ALASKAN ESKIMO. SEE Disneyland. 1956-1957. 7.

  ALASKAN SLED DOG. Walt Disney Productions. Released by Buena Vista
    Film Distribution Co. Sd., color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Technicolor. ©
    Walt Disney Productions; 28Jun56; LP8896.

  ALASKAN TROUT. RKO-Pathe. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) ©
    RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 7Sep54; MP5360.

  ALBANIA. SEE The Count of Monte Cristo.

  ALBERT IN BLUNDERLAND. John Sutherland Productions, Inc., 1950. 10
    min., sd., color, 16mm. © Harding College; 3Jan50; MP5112.

  ALBERT IN BLUNDERLAND. Loew’s, 1950. An MGM picture. 8 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. © Loew’s Inc.; 15Aug50 (in notice: 1949); LP347.

  ALBIE AND THE NEW CATHERINE. SEE Pride of the Family.

  ALBIE BABY SITS. SEE Pride of the Family.

  ALBIE BUYS A SPORT COAT. SEE Pride of the Family.

  ALBIE FEELS HIS AGE. SEE Pride of the Family.

  ALBIE HELPS THE LOVELORN. SEE Pride of the Family.

  ALBIE SELLS A HOUSE. SEE Pride of the Family.

  ALBIE THE CLOWN. SEE Pride of the Family.

  ALBIE’S COMFORT CAMPAIGN. SEE Pride of the Family.

  ALBIE’S DISCIPLINE CAMPAIGN. SEE Pride of the Family.

  ALBIE’S DISHWASHER. SEE Pride of the Family.

  ALBIE’S ECONOMY WAVE. SEE Pride of the Family.

  ALBIE’S HEALTH DIET. SEE Pride of the Family.

  ALBIE’S HOME WORK. SEE Pride of the Family.

  ALBIE’S NEW CHAIR. SEE Pride of the Family.

  ALBIE’S OLD FLAME. SEE Pride of the Family.

  ALBIE’S REBELLION. SEE Pride of the Family.

  ALBIE’S TRAIN TRIP. SEE Pride of the Family.

  ALCOA-GOODYEAR THEATRE. (Turn of Fate) First Anthology. 1 reel each,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © First Anthology, Inc.

    8100. Danger by Night. © 28Oct57; LP11998.

    8102. Tinhorn. © 23Dec57; LP11997.

    8104. On Edge. © 18Nov57; LP13376.

    8106. Circumstantial. © 7Oct57; LP13378.

    8110. Voices in the Fog. © 11Nov57; LP11999

    8112. Silhouette of a Killer. © 30Sep57; LP12001.

    8114. Face of Truth. © 30Dec57; LP13374.

    8116. Encounter on a Second-Class Coach. © 21Oct57; LP13375.

    8118. Hurricane. © 25Nov57; LP12000.

    8120. Souvenir. © 2Dec57; LP13379.

    8122. Crowd Pleaser. © 9Dec57; LP12003.

    8124. Lost and Found. © 14Oct57; LP12002.

    8126. Guests for Dinner. © 4Nov57; LP13380.

    8128. Music in the Night. © 20Jan58; LP12005.

    8130. Days of November. © 24Feb58; LP13381.

    8136. Cupid Wore a Badge. © 16Dec57; LP13377.

    8138. White Flag. © 17Feb58; LP12612.

    8140. Hidden Witness. © 27Jan58; LP13382.

    8142. The Victim. © 6Jan58; LP12004.

    8144. The Lady Takes the Stand. © 12May58; LP13090.

    8146. The Fatal Charm. © 3Mar58; LP13088.

    8152. The Seventh Letter. © 17Mar58; LP13089.

    8154. Fix a Frame for Mourning. © 14Apr58; LP13450.

    8158. Taps for Jeffrey. © 31Mar58; LP13449.

    8168. Decision by Terror. (Trial by Fear) © 26May58; LP13446.

    8170. Disappearance. © 9Jun58; LP13447.

    8176. Three Years Dark. © 23Jun58; LP13448.

  ALCOA PRESENTS. (One Step Beyond) World Television Programming. 25
    min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © World Television Programming, Inc.

    The Dark Room. © 10Feb59; LP12926.

    The Dead Part of the House. © 17Mar59; LP13243.

    The Devil’s Laughter. (The Man They Couldn’t Hang) © 31Mar59;
      LP13664.

    The Dream. © 3Mar59; LP13241.

    Emergency Only. © 3Feb59; LP12924.

    Epilogue. © 24Feb59; LP13244.

    The Navigator. © 14Apr59; LP13502.

    The Night of April 14th. © 28Jan59; LP12925.

    Premonition. © 10Mar59; LP13240.

    The Return of Mitchell Campion. © 7Apr59; LP13665.

    The Secret. © 21Apr59; LP13598.

    Twelve Hours To Live. © 17Feb59; LP13663.

    The Vision. © 24Mar59; LP13242.

  ALCOA PRESENTS ONE STEP BEYOND. World Television Programming. Approx.
    25 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © World Television Programming, Inc.

    The Aerialist. © 28Apr59; LP13789.

    Brainwave. © 6Oct59; LP14879.

    The Burning Girl. © 5May59; LP14883.

    The Captain’s Guests. © 26May59; LP13791.

    Delusion. © 16Jun59; LP14884.

    Doomsday. © 13Oct59; LP14886.

    Echo. © 2Jun59; LP13790.

    Front Runner. © 9Jun59; LP 14882.

    The Haunted U-Boat. © 12May59; LP13763.

    The Inheritance. © 27Oct59; LP14880.

    Night of the Kill. (The Beast) © 20Oct59; LP14887.

    The Open Window. © 3Nov59; LP14881.

    Ordeal on Locust Street. © 22Sep59; LP15049.

    The Riddle. © 16Jun59; LP14885.

  ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO: WHAT THEY DO TO OUR BODIES. Coronet Instructional
    Films. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © John Smart; 16Nov53; MP4100.

  ALCOHOLIC SANITARIA. SEE Confidential File.

  ALCOHOLISM. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1952. 21 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 19Feb52; MP2395.

  ALDER GULCH. SEE Tales of Wells Fargo.

  ALDRED DEMONSTRATION DRIVE. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by
    Campbell-Ewald Co. 2 motion pictures (1 min., 80 sec.) Appl. author:
    Robert S. McTyre. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 26Mar56; MU6050-6051.

  ALDRED INTERVIEWS PIKES PEAK DRIVER. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by
    Campbell-Ewald Co. 2 min. Appl. author: Raymond J. Leicht. ©
    Campbell-Ewald Co.; 5Apr56; MU6078.

  ALDRED-SERIES COMML. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Campbell-Ewald
    Co. 1 min. Appl. author: Robert S. McTyre. © Campbell-Ewald Co.;
    26Mar56; MU6049.

  ALERT TO DANGER. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Variety View) A Universal International picture. © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 27Apr56; LP6431.

  ALERT TODAY—ALIVE TOMORROW. RKO-Pathe. 16 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © RKO
    Teleradio Pictures, Inc.; 7Sep56; MP7729.

  ALEX, THE GREAT. SEE Circus Boy, 40.

  ALEXANDER HAMILTON. Emerson Film Corp. Released by Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films, 1951. 18 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Emerson Film
    Corp.; 2Jan51 (in notice: 1950); MP926.

  ALEXANDER LEARNS GOOD HEALTH. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of
    Esquire, Inc.; 6Dec55; MP6782.

  ALEXANDER THE GREAT. Rossen Films, Basel, Switzerland. Released in the
    U. S. by United Artists Corp. 141 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    CinemaScope. Technicolor. © Rossen Films, S. A.; 22Mar56 (in notice:
    1955); LP6410.

  ALFRED HITCHCOCK PRESENTS. Shamley Productions. Approx. 27 min. each,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Shamley Productions, Inc.

    Alibi Me. © 11Nov56; LP7951.

    And So Died Riabouchinska. © 9Nov55; LP6801.

    The Baby Sitter. © 6May56; LP7576.

    Back for Christmas. © 4Mar56; LP7663.

    The Belfry. © 13May56; LP7601.

    The Better Bargain. © 9Dec56; LP8408.

    The Big Switch. © 1Dec55; LP6799.

    A Bottle of Wine. © 3Feb57; LP8414.

    Breakdown. © 10Sep55; LP6782.

    Bull in a China Shop. © 30Mar58; LP11651.

    A Bullet for Baldwin. © 18Nov55; LP6781.

    The Canary Sedan. © 15Jun58; LP12291.

    The Case of Mr. Pelham. © 10Oct55; LP6792.

    The Cheney Vase. © 7Sep55; LP6795.

    Conversation Over a Corpse. © 18Nov56; LP8095.

    Crack of Doom. © 25Nov56; LP7953.

    Crackpot. © 20Nov56; LP7948.

    Cream of the Jest. © 10Mar57; LP8416.

    The Creeper. © 17Jun56; LP7602.

    The Dangerous People. © 23Jun57; LP10990.

    De Mortius. © 14Oct56; LP7984.

    The Deadly. © 21Oct57; LP10230.

    Death Sentence. © 27Apr57; LP11655.

    Decoy. © 10Jun56; LP7588.

    The Derelicts. © 12Dec55; LP6779.

    A Dip in the Pool. © 1Jun58; LP12290.

    The Diplomatic Corpse. © 8Dec57; LP10991.

    The Disappearing Trick. © 6Apr58; LP11652.

    Don’t Come Back Alive. © 19Sep55; LP6794.

    The End of Indian Summer. © 7Dec56 (in notice: 1957); LP8412.

    Enough Rope for Two. © 27Sep57; LP10152.

    The Equalizer. © 9Feb58; LP10989.

    Fatal Figures. © 20Apr58; LP11654.

    Father and Son. © 2Jun57; LP9425.

    The Festive Season. © 4May58; LP11934.

    Flight to the East. © 23Mar58; LP11650.

    The Fog Closing In. © 7Oct56; LP7954.

    Foghorn. © 16Mar58; LP11649.

    Gentleman from America. © 29Apr56; LP7604.

    The Glass Eye. © 12Apr57; LP9736.

    Guest for Breakfast. © 23Feb58; LP12292.

    Guilty Witness. © 27Oct55; LP6800.

    The Hands of Mr. Ottermole. © 5May57; LP9139.

    Heart of Gold. © 13 Aug57; LP9845.

    Heartbeat. © 30Aug57; LP9737.

    Help Wanted. © 1Apr56; LP7664.

    The Hidden Thing. © 20May56; LP7603.

    I Killed the Count, part 1. © 17Mar57; LP8569.

    I Killed the Count, part 2. © 24Mar57; LP8570.

    I Killed the Count, part 3. © 31Mar57; LP8571.

    The Indestructible Mr. Weems. © 9Jun57; LP9426.

    Into Thin Air. © 25Aug55; LP6780.

    John Brown’s Body. © 30Dec56; LP8094.

    Jonathan. © 2Dec56; LP8225.

    Kill with Kindness. © 21Oct56; LP7950.

    Lamb to the Slaughter. © 13Apr58; LP11653.

    Last Request. © 25Jul57; LP10155.

    The Legacy. © 27May56; LP7587.

    Listen, Listen. © 11May58; LP11935.

    A Little Sleep. © 16Jun57; LP9424.

    The Long Shot. © 19Oct55; LP6793.

    Mail Order Prophet. © 10Jul57; LP9846.

    Malice Domestic. © 29Nov56; LP8409.

    A Man Greatly Beloved. © 12May57; LP9137.

    The Manacled. © 23Nov56; LP8411.

    Martha Mason, Movie Star. © 19May57; LP9140.

    Mink. © 3Jun56; LP7798.

    Miss Bracegirdle Does Her Duty. © 2Feb58; LP10984.

    Miss Paisley’s Cat. © 10Sep57; LP10229.

    Mr. Blanchard’s Secret. © 23Dec56; LP7985.

    Momentum. © 24Jun56; LP7581.

    The Motive. © 26Jan58; LP10987.

    My Brother Richard. © 10Oct56; LP8410.

    Never Again. © 22Apr56; LP7579.

    Night of the Execution. © 29Dec57; LP10992.

    The Night the World Ended. © 28Apr57; LP9142.

    Nightmare in 4-D. © 8Nov56; LP7949.

    None Are So Blind. © 28Oct56; LP7952.

    Number Twenty-Two. © 18Dec56 (in notice: 1957); LP8413.

    The Older Sister. © 22Nov55; LP6798.

    On the Nose. © 16Feb58; LP10988.

    One for the Road. © 3Mar57; LP8415.

    One More Mile To Go. © 7Apr58; LP8417.

    The Orderly World of Mr. Appleby. © 15Apr56; LP7718.

    Our Cook’s a Treasure. © 12Oct55; LP6804.

    Out There, Darkness. © 25Jan59; LP14424.

    The Percentage. © 5Jan58; LP10986.

    The Perfect Crime. © 19Jul57; LP9735.

    The Perfect Murder. © 11Feb56; LP6778.

    Place of Shadows. © 26Feb56; LP7580.

    Portrait of Jocelyn. © 8Apr56; LP7666.

    Post Mortem. © 18May58; LP11936.

    Premonition. © 26Aug55; LP6802.

    The Return of the Hero. © 2Mar58; LP11648.

    Revenge. © 16Sep55; LP6796.

    Reward to Finder. © 18Sep57; LP10153.

    The Right Kind of House. © 9Mar58; LP10983.

    The Rose Garden. © 16Dec56; LP7982.

    Safe Conduct. © 19Feb56; LP7665.

    Safety for the Witness. © 23Nov58; LP14141.

    Salvage. © 24Sep55; LP6803.

    Santa Claus and the Tenth Avenue Kid. © 30Oct55; LP6783.

    Shopping for Death. © 16Dec55; LP6996.

    Silent Witness. © 30Aug57; LP10154.

    Sylvia. © 25Nov57 (in notice: 1958); LP10613.

    Tea Time. © 14Dec58; LP14140.

    There Was an Old Woman. © 18Mar56; LP7582.

    The Three Dreams of Mr. Findlater. © 21Apr57; LP8862.

    Toby. © 4Nov56; LP7955.

    Together. © 12Jan58; LP10985.

    Triggers in Leash. © 12Sep55; LP6797.

    Vicious Circle. © 14Apr57; LP9138.

    The West Warlock Time Capsule. © 26May57; LP9141.

    Wet Saturday. © 30Sep56; LP8229.

    Whodunit. © 25Mar56; LP7719.

    You Got To Have Luck. © 5Dec55; LP6791.

    The Young One. © 2Oct57; LP10156.

  ALFRED HITCHCOCK PRESENTS. SEE Hitchcock Presents.

  THE ALFRED MORGAN CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  ALI AND HIS BABY CAMEL. Atlantis Productions. 11 min., sd., color.
    16mm. © Atlantis Productions, Inc.; 1Mar53; MP8566.

  ALI BABA AND THE THIEVES. Coca-Cola Co. Made by Walter Lantz
    Productions. 1 reel, sd., color, 16mm. Technicolor. © Walter Lantz
    Productions, Inc.; 1Aug53; LP3016.

  ALI BABA BUNNY. Warner Bros. Pictures. 7 min., sd., Technicolor, 35mm.
    (Looney Tunes Cartoon; Bugs Bunny Special) © Vitaphone Corp.; 9Feb57
    (in notice: 1956); MP8793.

  ALIAS ANNIE OAKLEY. SEE Annie Oakley.

  ALIAS JESSE JAMES. Hope Enterprises. Released by United Artists Corp.
    92 min., sd., Color by DeLuxe, 35mm. Based upon a story by Robert
    St. Aubrey and Bert Lawrence. © Hope Enterprises, Inc.; 17Mar59;
    LP13649.

  ALIAS JIM HARDIE. SEE Tales of Wells Fargo.

  ALIAS NORA HALE. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 53.

  THE ALIBI. Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue
    Productions, Inc.; 4Dec56; LP8441.

  ALIBI. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 147.

  ALIBI ME. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  THE ALIBI WITNESS. SEE M-Squad.

  ALICE AND THE BLONDE. SEE The Honeymooners.

  ALICE GETS MARRIED. SEE The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, no.
    175.

  ALICE IN WONDERLAND. Walt Disney Productions. Released by RKO Radio
    Pictures, 1951. 75 min., sd., color, 35mm. Based on “The Adventures
    of Alice in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking-Glass” by Lewis
    Carroll [pseud. of Charles Lutwidge Dodgson] © Walt Disney
    Productions; 4May51; LP1477.

  ALICE IN WONDERLAND. SEE Disneyland, no. 2.

  THE ALICE PRITCHARD CASE. SEE The Californians, no. 20A.

  ALICE-SIT-BY-THE-FIRE. SEE Darling, How Could You!

  ALICE’S WEDDING GOWN. SEE Telephone Time.

  ALICIA OSANTE. SEE The Millionaire.

  ALIEN RANGE. William Boyd Productions, 1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Based on characters created by Clarence E. Mulford. © William Boyd
    Productions; 1Oct52; LP2275.

  ALL ABIR-R-R-D. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1950. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Merrie Melodies Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 5Dec50 (in notice:
    1949); MP735.

  ALL ABOUT EVE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1950. 138 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on a short story and radio play by Mary Orr. ©
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 13Oct50; LP572.

  ALL ABOUT MAGIC. SEE Disneyland. 1956-1957, no. 21.

  ALL AMERICAN. Universal Pictures Co. 8 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    26Jun53; LP2928.

  ALL ASHORE. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1953. 80 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 13Mar53 (in notice: 1952); LP2399.

  ALL AT SEA. Ealing Films, London. Released in the U. S. by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 83 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Ealing Films, Ltd.;
    19Dec57; LP10061.

  ALL CHIMPS ASHORE. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Topper) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 4Feb55 (in notice: 1954);
    MP5506.

  ALL FACES EAST. SEE Combat Sergeant.

  ALL FOR A MAN. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 140.

  ALL FOR AMY. SEE It’s a Great Life.

  ALL FOR HIM. Broadman Films. 28 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author:
    Earl Waldrup. © Broadman Films; 1Jun54; MP4825.

  ALL FOWLED UP. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Looney Tune Cartoon) Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 9Feb55 (in
    notice: 1954); MP6878.

  ALL GIRLS ON DECK. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1952. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Pacemaker) © Paramount Picture Corp.; 26Dec52; MP3108.

  ALL HANDS ABOARD. Chevrolet Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization.
    1 min., sd., Eastman color, 35mm. © Chevrolet Division of General
    Motors Corp.; 12Jan59; MU6562.

  ALL I CAN DO. Wilding Picture Productions, Inc., for Coopers Inc.,
    1949. 24 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coopers Inc.; 16Dec49; LP2796.

  ALL I DESIRE. Universal Pictures Co., 1953. 79 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. Based on the novel Stopover, by
    Carol Brink. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 8May53; LP2569.

  ALL I SURVEY. SEE General Electric Theatre.

  ALL IN THE FAMILY. SEE The Errol Flynn Theatre.

  ALL IS NOT GOLD. SEE

    The Damon Runyon Theatre, no. 3.

    Sergeant Preston of the Yukon.

  ALL JOKING ASTRIDE. Associated Screen, Montreal. Released in the U. S.
    by RKO-Pathe. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) © RKO-Pathe,
    Inc.; 25Dec52; MP4003.

  ALL KNEELING. SEE Born To Be Bad.

  ALL MINE TO GIVE. RKO Radio Pictures. Released by Universal
    International. 102 min., sd., Technicolor, 35mm. From the story The
    Day They Gave Babies Away, by Dale Eunson as originally published in
    Cosmopolitan Magazine. © RKO Teleradio Pictures, Inc.; 28Oct57;
    LP10317.

  ALL MY BABIES, A MIDWIFE’S OWN STORY. Medical Audio-Visual Institute
    of the Association of American Medical Colleges under the auspices
    of the Georgia Dept. of Public Health. Released by the Center for
    Mass Communication, Columbia University Press. 55 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. Produced, directed, and written by George C. Stoney. © State
    of Georgia Dept. of Health; 25Mar53 (in notice: 1952); MP4939.

  ALL MY MOTHERS, ALL MY FATHERS. SEE Medic.

  ALL NEW AND ALMOST. TFC-210-2:30. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by
    Campbell-Ewald Co. 150 sec. Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald Co.,
    employer for hire of F. Lounsberry, author of script. ©
    Campbell-Ewald Co.; 12Nov57; MU6403.

  THE ALL NEW CAR FOR ALL AMERICA. Pontiac Motor Division. Made by Jam
    Handy Organization. 386 ft., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Jam Handy
    Organization, Inc.; 15Nov54; MU5790.

  ALL ON A SUMMER’S DAY. SEE Double Confession.

  ALL STAR PERFORMANCE. Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp.
    [1952] Produced by Jam Handy Organization. 68 ft., b&w, 35mm. © The
    Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 18Apr52; MU5409.

  ALL-STAR PERFORMANCE. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 75 ft., color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Chevrolet Motor
    Division of General Motors Corp.; 15Nov54; MU5785.

  ALL STAR THEATRE; or, Ford Theatre. Screen Gems, Inc. 30 min. each,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Screen Gems, Inc.

    40. Tangier Lady. © 1Oct53; LP10167.

    41. The Doctor’s Downfall. © 8Oct53; LP10168.

    42. Emergency. © 15Oct53; LP10169.

    43. The Bachelor. © 22Oct53; LP10170.

    44. Tomorrow’s Men. © 29Oct53; LP10171.

    45. The World’s My Oyster. © 5Nov53; LP10172.

    46. The Ming Lama. © 12Nov53; LP10173.

    47. As the Flame Dies. © 19Nov53; LP10174.

    48. Double Bet. © 26Nov53; LP10161.

    49. Kiss and Forget. © 3Dec53; LP10162.

    50. And Suddenly You Knew. © 10Dec53; LP10163.

    51. Gun Job. © 17Dec53; LP10164.

    52. Ever Since the Day. © 24Dec53; LP10165.

    53. Alias Nora Hale. © 31Dec53; LP10166.

    54. The Fugitives. © 7Jan54 (in notice: 1953); LP10177.

    55. The Ardent Woodsman. © 14Jan54 (in notice: 1953); LP10176.

    56. The Happiest Day. © 21Jan54 (in notice: 1953); LP10175.

    57. Mantrap. © 28Jan54; LP10199.

    58. Lucky Tommy Jordan. © 4Feb54; LP10198.

    59. For the Love of Kitty. © 11Feb54; LP10197.

    60. For Value Received. © 18Feb54; LP10187.

    61. Marriageable Male. © 25Feb54; LP10186.

    62. Good of His Soul. © 4Mar54; LP10185.

    63. Come On, Red. © 11Mar54; LP10184.

    64. The Last Thirty Minutes. © 18Mar54; LP10183.

    65. Taming of the Shrewd. © 25Mar54; LP10182.

    66. Turn Back the Clock. © 1Apr54; LP10181.

    67. Yours for a Dream. © 8Apr54; LP10180.

    68. Sister Veronica. © 15Apr54; LP10179.

    69. Wedding March. © 22Apr54; LP10178.

    70. Night Visitor. © 29Apr54; LP10193.

    71. A Season to Love. © 6May54; LP10194.

    72. Wonderful Day for a Wedding. © 13May54; LP10195.

    73. Beneath These Waters. © 20May54; LP10196.

    74. Keep It in the Family. © 27May54; LP10190.

    75. Unlocked Door. © 3Jun54; LP10191.

    76. Mason-Dixon Line. © 10Jun54; LP10192.

    77. The Tryst. © 17Jun54; LP10189.

    78. The Indirect Approach. © 24Jun54; LP10188.

    79. The Trouble with Youth. © 30Sep54; LP10827.

    80. Daughter of Mine. © 7Oct54; LP10828.

    81. Shadow of Truth. © 14Oct54; LP10829.

    82. Segment. © 21Oct54; LP10830.

    83. A Trip Around the Block. © 25Nov54; LP10831.

    84. Remember To Live. © 4Nov54; LP10832.

    85. The Road Ahead. © 11Nov54; LP10824.

    86. Summer Memory. © 18Nov54; LP10823.

    87. The Legal Beagles. © 25Nov54; LP10822.

    88. Girl in Flight. © 2Dec54; LP10821.

    89. Charlie ‘C’ Company. © 9Dec54; LP11006.

    90. Portrait of Lydia. © 16Dec54; LP10820.

    91. Slide, Darling, Slide. © 23Dec54; LP10825.

    92. The Unbroken Promise. © 30Dec54; LP10826.

    93. Magic Formula. © 6Jan55; LP10806.

    94. And Son. © 13Jan55 (in notice: 1954); LP10834.

    95. The Stars Don’t Shine. © 20Jan55 (in notice: 1954); LP10833.

    96. Letters Marked Personal. © 27Jan55; LP10807.

    97. Touch of Spring. © 3Feb55; LP10797.

    98. Pretend You’re You. © 10Feb55; LP10800.

    99. Tomorrow We’ll Love. © 17Feb55; LP10801.

    100. Too Old for Dolls. © 24Feb55; LP10802.

    101. The Lilac Bush. © 3Mar55; LP10803.

    102. Second Sight. © 10Mar55; LP10804.

    103. Celebrity. © 17Mar55; LP10805.

    104. Garrity’s Sons. © 24Mar55; LP10812.

    105. Hanrahan. © 31Mar55; LP10798.

    106. Deception. © 7Apr55; LP10813.

    107. The Woman at Fog Point. © 14Apr55; LP10811.

    108. Sunday Mourn. © 21Apr55; LP10810.

    109. While We’re Young. © 28Apr55; LP10809.

    110. Appointment with Destiny. © 5May55; LP10808.

    111. The Policy of Joe Aladdin. © 12May55; LP10799.

    112. Mimi. © 19May55; LP10814.

    113. Cardboard Casanova. © 26May55; LP10815.

    114. P. J. and the Lady. © 2Jun55; LP10816.

    115. One Man Missing. © 9Jun55; LP10817.

    116. The Favorite Son. © 16Jun55; LP10818.

    117. The Mumbys. © 23Jun55; LP10819.

    118. All that Glitters. © 1Oct55; LP13052.

    119. Husband. © 8Oct55; LP13051.

    120. The Lady in the Wind. © 15Oct55; LP13050.

    121. Twelve to Eternity. © 22Oct55; LP13053.

    122. Johnny, Where Are You? © 29Oct55; LP13049.

    123. The Blue Ribbon. © 5Nov55; LP13048.

    124. A Smattering of Bliss. © 12Nov55; LP13047.

    125. Passage to Yesterday. © 17Nov55; LP13046.

    126. The Fabulous Sycamores. © 24Nov55; LP13045.

    127. Bet the Queen. © 1Dec55; LP13044.

    128. South of Selangor. © 8Dec55; LP13042.

    129. A Kiss for Santa. © 15Dec55; LP13041.

    130. A Set of Values. © 22Dec55; LP13043.

    131. Journey by Moonlight. © 2Jan56; LP13019.

    132. Dear Diane. © 6Jan56; LP13020.

    133. Never Lend Money to a Woman. © 12Jan56; LP13023.

    134. Try Me for Size. © 19Jan56; LP13025.

    135. Tin Can Skipper. © 26Jan56; LP13040.

    136. The Silent Stranger. © 2Feb56; LP13022.

    137. Airborne Honeymoon. © 9Feb56; LP13024.

    138. Your Other Love. © 16Feb56; LP13021.

    139. Man without Fear. © 23Feb56; LP13029.

    140. All for a Man. © 1Mar56; LP13027.

    141. That Evil Woman. © 7Mar56; LP13026.

    142. Double Trouble. © 15Mar56; LP13028.

    143. The Face. © 22Mar56; LP13031.

    144. Autumn Fever. © 29Mar56; LP13032.

    145. On the Beach. © 5Apr56; LP13033.

    146. Lady in his Life. © 12Apr56; LP13034.

    147. Alibi. © 19Apr56; LP13030.

    148. The Payoff. © 26Apr56; LP13039.

    149. Behind the Mask. © 3May56; LP13016.

    150. The Kill. © 10May56; LP13017.

    151. Sheila. © 17May56; LP13018.

    152. The Clay Pigeon. © 24May56; LP13015.

    153. Mr. Kagle and the Baby Sitter. © 31May56; LP13035.

    154. Panic. © 7Jun56; LP13036.

    155. Remembrance Day. © 14Jun56; LP13037.

    156. A Past Remembered. © 21Jun56; LP13038.

    157. Catch at Straws. © 26Sep56; LP13696.

    158. Sudden Silence. © 3Oct56; LP13697.

    159. Paris Edition. © 10Oct56; LP13698.

    160. Measure of Faith. © 17Oct56; LP13699.

    161. Black Jim Hawk. © 24Oct56; LP13700.

    162. Sometimes It Happens. © 31Oct56; LP13701.

    163. The Woman Who Dared. © 7Nov56; LP13702.

    164. The Menace of Hasty Heights. © 14Nov56; LP13703.

    165. Stand by To Dive. © 21Nov56; LP13704.

    166. Front Page Father. © 28Nov56; LP13705.

    167. The Marriage Plan. © 5Dec56; LP13706.

    168. Duffy’s Man. © 12Dec56; LP13707.

    169. Model Wife. © 19Dec56; LP13708.

    170. Fear Has Many Faces. © 26Dec56; LP13709.

    171. The Quiet Stranger. © 26Dec56; LP13710.

    172. Sweet Charlie. © 26Dec56; LP13711.

    173. The Penlands and the Poodle. © 26Dec56; LP13712.

    174. Mrs. Wand Comes To Call. © 23Jan57; LP13674.

    175. The Connoisseur. © 30Jan57; LP13675.

    176. The Ringside Seat. © 6Feb57; LP13676.

    177. With No Regrets. © 13Feb57; LP13677.

    178. The Man Who Beat Lupo. © 20Jan57; LP13678.

    179. Broken Barrier. © 27Jan57; LP13679.

    180. Fate Travels East. © 6Mar57; LP13680.

    181. The Man Across the Hall. © 13Mar57; LP13681.

    182. House of Glass. © 20Mar57; LP13682.

    183. Exclusive. © 27Mar57; LP13683.

    184. Moment of Decision. © 3Apr57; LP13684.

    185. Singapore. © 10Apr57; LP13685.

    186. Footnote on a Doll. © 17Apr57; LP13686.

    187. Strange Disappearance. © 24Apr57; LP13687.

    188. The Idea Man. © 1May57; LP13688.

    189. The Gentle Deceiver. © 8May57; LP13689.

    190. Miller’s Millions. © 15May57; LP13690.

    191. Torn. © 22May57; LP13691.

    192. The Lie. © 29May57; LP13692.

    193. Cross Hairs. © 5Jun57; LP13693.

    194. Desperation. © 12Jun57; LP13694.

    195. Adventure for Hire. © 19Jun57; LP13695.

  ALL THAT GLITTERS. SEE

    The Adventures of Superman.

    All Star Theatre, no. 118.

    The Californians, no. 2A.

    Private Secretary.

  ALL THAT HEAVEN ALLOWS. Universal Pictures Co. 89 min., sd., color,
    35mm. A Universal International picture. Technicolor. Based on the
    story by Edna L. Lee and Harry Lee. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    6Dec55; LP5683.

  ALL THE BROTHERS WERE VALIANT. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by
    Loew’s. 95 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. Based on the story
    of the same title by Ben Ames Williams. © Loew’s Incorporated;
    19Oct53; LP3855.

  ALL THE KING’S MEN. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 109 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on Robert Penn Warren’s novel of the same title. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 5Jan50; LP2764.

  ALL THE LONELY NIGHT. SEE Medic.

  ALL THE TIME. Jam Handy Organization for General Motors Acceptance
    Corp. © 1950. 15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Jam Handy Organization,
    Inc.; 23Oct50; MU5176.

  ALL THIS AND HEAVEN TOO! Chevrolet Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 19 min., sd., color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Chevrolet
    Division of General Motors Corp.; 16Apr57; MU6316.

  ALL THIS AND RABBIT STEW. SEE Dingbat in All This and Rabbit Stew.

  ALL YOU COULD ASK FOR. TFC-206-1:20. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by
    Campbell-Ewald Co. 150 sec. Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald Co.,
    employer for hire of R. S. McTyre, author of script. ©
    Campbell-Ewald Co.; 12Nov57; MU6398.

  ALLAN JONES TELESCRIPTIONS. Snader Telescriptions Corp., 1951. 19
    min., sd., © Snader Telescriptions Corp.; 26May51; MP1434.

  ALLEN’S ANIMAL KINGDOM. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 10 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (Grantland Rice Sportlight Series) © Paramount Pictures
    Corp.; 5Oct51; MP1676.

  ALLERGIES. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1952. 12 min., sd., color,
    16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 23Oct52; MP3344.

  ALLEY TO BALI. Universal Pictures Co. 6 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker Cartune) A Universal International
    picture. Technicolor. © Universal International; 15Mar54; LP3758.

  ALLIGATOR HIDE. U. S. Steel Corp. Made by Wilding Picture Productions.
    9 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © U. S. Steel Corp.; 21Apr58 (in notice:
    1957); MP8843.

  THE ALLIGATOR LAUGHED. Lindsley Parsons Productions, 1952. 3 reels,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Lindsley Parsons Productions, Inc.; 10Oct52;
    LP2004.

  THE ALLIGATOR PEOPLE. Associated Producers. Released by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp. 74 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. CinemaScope. ©
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 22Jul59; LP14522.

  ALLISON, LTD. SEE Your All Star Theatre.

  ALL’S FAIR IN LOVE. SEE Your All Star Theatre, no. 22.

  ALL’S WELL WITH LYDIA. E. I. du Pont de Nemours. Made by Screen
    Televideo Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. (The Cavalcade of
    America) Appl. author: Screen Televideo Productions, employer for
    hire. © E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co.; 15Oct52; LP4087.

  ALMOST A FATHER. SEE The People’s Choice, no. 20.

  THE ALMOST DEAD COWHAND. SEE The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp, 41.

  ALOHA MEANS GOODBYE. SEE Soldiers of Fortune.

  ALOHA NUI. Warner Bros. Pictures. 11 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Stereophonic sound. Warnercolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 1Feb54; MP6471.

  ALONG CAME A BACHELOR. SEE Fireside Theatre.

  ALONG CAME TUBBS. SEE The Adventures of Rin-Tin-Tin, 108.

  ALONG THE GREAT DIVIDE. Warner Bros. Pictures, 1951. 88 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 4Jun51; LP932.

  ALONG THE OREGON TRAIL. SEE Disneyland. 1956-1957, no. 10.

  ’ALP! ’ALP. SEE Oh Susanna.

  THE ALPARGATAS VULCANIZING MACHINE. SEE Ro-Search, Inc., presents the
    Alpargatas Vulcanizing Machine.

  ALPHABET ANTICS. Castle Films, 1951. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. © United
    World Films, Inc.; 15Aug51; MP3207.

  THE ALPHABET CONSPIRACY. N. W. Ayer & Son. 59 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    © N. W. Ayer & Son., Inc.; 12Jan59; LP14369.

  ALPINE CHAMPIONS. (Sports Parade) Vitaphone Corp., 1950. A Warner
    Bros. short subject. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm. © The Vitaphone
    Corp.; 29May50; MP140.

  ALPINE FOR YOU. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Popeye the Sailor Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    18May51; LP957.

  ALPINE FORTRESS. RKO-Pathe. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Screenliner) ©
    RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 19Oct54; MP5625.

  ALPINE GLORY. Warner Bros. Pictures. 9 min., sd., WarnerColor, 35mm.
    (Scope Gem) © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 3Aug57; MP9162.

  ALPINE, TEXAS. SEE Trackdown, no. 8219.

  ALUMINUM IS NOT ONLY ALUMINUM. Aluminum Co. of America. Made by On
    Film. 12 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Aluminum Co. of America; 5Feb59;
    MP9479.

  ALWAYS A BRIDE. Clarion Films, London. Released in the U. S. by
    Universal International Films. 83 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Clarion
    Films, Ltd.; 3May53; LP3751.

  ALWAYS A GENTLEMAN. SEE Whirlybirds, no. 75.

  ALWAYS OPEN AND SHUT. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  ALWAYS THE BEST MAN. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  ALWAYS YOURS. SEE Siempre Tuya.

  AM I TRUSTWORTHY? Coronet, 1950. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © David A.
    Smart; 28Jun50; MP296.

  AMA GIRLS. Walt Disney Productions. Released by Buena Vista Film
    Distribution Co. 1 reel, sd., Technicolor, 35mm. (People and Places)
    CinemaScope. © Walt Disney Productions; 17Jun58; MP8966.

  AMALGAMATION OR LET’S TRY IT AGAIN, SHALL WE? SEE Our Miss Brooks.

  EL AMANTE INVISIBLE. SEE Ella, Lucifer y Yo.

  AMATEUR. SEE I Spy.

  THE AMATEUR GHOST. Adrian Weiss Productions, 1951. 3 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. Based on the Craig Kennedy stories created by Arthur B. Reeve.
    © Adrian Weiss Productions; 8Nov51; LP1294.

  AMATEUR OUTLAW. SEE Annie Oakley.

  THE AMATEURS. SEE Navy Log.

  THE AMAZING ADVENTURES OF BARNEY MUNCHOMER. Golden Gate TV Art &
    Productions, 1951. 1 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Golden Gate TV Art &
    Productions, Inc.; 28Sep51; MU5345.

  THE AMAZING COLOSSAL MAN. Malibu Productions. Released by American
    International Pictures. 80 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Malibu
    Productions; 24Aug57; LP9436.

  THE AMAZING MR. BEECHAM. Two Cities Films, Ltd., London, 1949.
    Released in U. S. by Eagle Lion Films, Inc., 1950. 86 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Released in England under the title, “The Chiltern
    Hundreds.” Based on William Douglas Home’s play, “The Chiltern
    Hundreds.” © Two Cities Films, Ltd.; 3Feb50; LP2964.

  THE AMAZING MONSIEUR FABRE. Hartford Productions, 1952. 90 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Hartford Productions, Inc.; 7Sep52; LP1930.

  AMAZING WHAT COLOR CAN DO. James Lees & Sons Co. Made by On Film. 14
    min., sd., color, 16mm. Appl. author: Tracy Bell. © James Lees &
    Sons Co.; 1Jun55 (in notice: 1954); MP6786.

  THE AMAZON: PEOPLE AND RESOURCES OF NORTHERN BRAZIL. Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films. 21 min., sd., color, 16mm. Eastman color. ©
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 2Jul57; MP8431.

  AMBASSADOR FOR CHRIST. Cathedral Films. Approx. 30 min., sd., sepia,
    16mm. (Life of St. Paul Series, no. 5) With teacher’s study guide.
    Appl. author: Adele Seymour. © Cathedral Films, Inc.; 10Oct49;
    LP6414.

  THE AMBASSADOR’S DAUGHTER. Monovale Productions. Released by United
    Artists Corp. 102 min., sd., color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Technicolor.
    © Monovale Productions, S. A.; 27Jul56; LP7069. (SEE ALSO The
    Ambassador’s Daughter; 27Jul56; LP8754)

  THE AMBASSADOR’S DAUGHTER. Monovale Productions. Released by United
    Artists Corp. 102 min., sd., color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Technicolor.
    © Monovale Productions, S. A.; 27Jul56; LP8754. (SEE ALSO The
    Ambassador’s Daughter; 27Jul56; LP7069)

  THE AMBASSADOR’S POUCH. SEE The Three Musketeers.

  AMBERSON ADAMS. SEE The Millionaire.

  AMBITIOUS COP. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  THE AMBITIOUS PEDDLER CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  AMBULANCE DOCTOR. RKO Pathe, 1951. 16 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (This Is
    America Series, no. 11) © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 20Jul51; MP1814.

  AMBUSH. Loew’s Inc., 1949. An MGM picture. 88 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on Luke Short’s story of the same title. © Loew’s Inc.;
    12Dec49; LP2727.

  AMBUSH. SEE The Adventures of Kit Carson.

  AMBUSH AT CIMARRON PASS. Regal Films. Released by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp. 73 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. RegalScope. ©
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 2Feb58 (in notice: 1957); LP10327.

  AMBUSH AT LIZARD ROCK. SEE Buffalo Bill, Jr.

  AMBUSH AT TOMAHAWK GAP. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1953. 73 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. Technicolor. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 6Apr53; LP2481.

  AMBUSH CANYON. SEE Annie Oakley.

  AMBUSH FOR A MOUNTIE. SEE Perils of the Wilderness, no. 4.

  AMBUSH IN COYOTE CANYON. Range Rider Productions, 1952. 3 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Ranger Rider Productions; 16Dec52; LP2149.

  AMELIA. Karman. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Karman; 31Dec54; LP5244.

  AMERICA AND CULTURE. SEE Purdue Reading Films.

  AMERICA FOR ME. Vitaphone Corp., 1953. 20 min., sd., color, 35mm. A
    Warner Bros. short subject. Technicolor. © The Vitaphone Corp.;
    8Jun53; MP3589.

  AMERICA GOES TO WAR IN THE PACIFIC. SEE Crusade in the Pacific, no. 4.

  AMERICAN ADVENTURE. SEE

    Life and Times of the Iron Horse, 1830-1870.

    Settling the Great Plains, 1850-1885.

  AMERICAN ENGINEER. Chevrolet Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization.
    2,523 ft., color, 35mm. © Chevrolet Division, General Motors Corp.;
    27Aug56; MU6179.

  THE AMERICAN FLAG: THE STORY OF OLD GLORY. Encyclopaedia Britannica
    Films. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films, Inc.; 18May56; MP7568.

  AMERICAN GUERRILLA IN THE PHILIPPINES. Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp., 1950. 105 min., sd., color, 35mm. Based on the novel of the
    same title by Ira Wolfert. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
    7Nov50; LP582.

  AMERICAN HARVEST. Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp.
    [1952] Produced by Jam Handy Organization. 3 reels, b&w, 35mm. © The
    Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 26Jun52; MU5468.

  AMERICAN HOMING BUDGERIGARS. Bruce Bliss Allen. 18 min., color, 16mm.
    © Bruce Bliss Allen, Bessie Cordelia Allen; 27Dec54; MU5819.

  AN AMERICAN IN PARIS. Loew’s, 1951. An MGM picture. 113 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. © Loew’s Inc.; 5Sep51; LP1161.

  AMERICAN INDIANS OF TODAY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 16 min.,
    sd., color, 16mm. Eastman color. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    Inc.; 2May57; MP8404.

  AMERICAN LITERATURE: COLONIAL TIMES. Coronet Instructional Films. 10
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films; 23Dec53 (in
    notice: 1954); MP4566. (See also American Literature: Colonial
    Times, 10Feb54, MP4638)

  AMERICAN LITERATURE: COLONIAL TIMES. Coronet Instructional Films. 10
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films; 10Feb54;
    MP4638. (See also American Literature: Colonial Times, 23Dec53,
    MP4566)

  AMERICAN LITERATURE: EARLY NATIONAL PERIOD. Coronet Instructional
    Films. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films;
    23Dec53 (in notice: 1954); MP4568. (See also American Literature:
    Early National Period, 4Mar54, MP4640)

  AMERICAN LITERATURE: EARLY NATIONAL PERIOD. Coronet Instructional
    Films. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films;
    4Mar54; MP4640. (See also American Literature: Early National
    Period, 23Dec53, MP4568)

  AMERICAN LITERATURE: REVOLUTIONARY TIMES. Coronet Instructional Films.
    10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films; 31Dec53 (in
    notice: 1954); MP4567. (See also American Literature: Revolutionary
    Times, 10Feb54, MP4639)

  AMERICAN LITERATURE: REVOLUTIONARY TIMES. Coronet Instructional Films.
    10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films; 10Feb54;
    MP4639. (See also American Literature: Revolutionary Times, 31Dec53,
    MP4567)

  AMERICAN LITERATURE: THE REALISTS. Coronet Instructional Films. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films; 31Dec53 (in
    notice: 1954); MP4565. (See also American Literature: The Realists,
    25Feb54, MP4637)

  AMERICAN LITERATURE: THE REALISTS. Coronet Instructional Films. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films; 25Feb54;
    MP4637. (See also American Literature: The Realists, 31Dec53,
    MP4565)

  AMERICAN LITERATURE: THE WESTWARD MOVEMENT. Coronet Instructional
    Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films;
    9Jan57 (in notice: 1956); MP8158.

  AMERICAN LOOK. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 28 min., sd., Technicolor, 35mm. © Chevrolet Division
    General Motors Corp.; 29Dec58; MU6546.

  AN AMERICAN LOOKS AT MOROCCO. Alfred T. Palmer Productions. 29 min.,
    sd., color, 16mm. (Americans Look at the World Series) Kodachrome. ©
    Alfred T. Palmer Productions; 27Dec54; MP6167.

  THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 15 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.;
    22Apr53; MP3912.

  AMERICAN REVOLUTION: THE BACKGROUND PERIOD. Coronet Instructional
    Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Photographed in cooperation with the
    U. S. Dept. of Interior, National Park Service, Colonial
    Williamsburg, Va., Mount Vernon, Va., and Storrowton Village, Mass.
    © Coronet Instructional Films; 18Jun54; MP4895.

  AMERICAN REVOLUTION: THE POSTWAR PERIOD. Coronet Instructional Films.
    11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Photographed in cooperation with the U. S.
    Dept, of Interior, National Park Service, Colonial Williamsburg,
    Va., Mount Vernon, Va., and Storrowton Village, Mass. © Coronet
    Instructional Films; 15Jun54; MP4897.

  AMERICAN REVOLUTION: THE WAR YEARS. Coronet Instructional Films. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Photographed in cooperation with the U. S.
    Dept. of Interior, National Park Service, Colonial Williamsburg,
    Va., Mount Vernon, Va., and Storrowton Village, Mass. © Coronet
    Instructional Films; 22Jun54; MP4898.

  AN AMERICAN SAWMILL. Boise Cascade Corp. Made by Film Originals. 20
    min., sd., color, 16mm. © George Oliver Smith & Helen Stanfield
    Smith d.b.a. Film Originals; 1Aug58; MP9079.

  AMERICAN SCRAPBOOK. General Electric Co. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    General Electric Co. (in notice: A General Electric film); 1Mar54;
    MP4463.

  AMERICAN THANKSGIVING. E. I. du Pont de Nemours. Made by Jack Denove
    Productions. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Cavalcade of America) © E. I.
    du Pont de Nemours & Co.; 23Nov54; MP5559.

  AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY. SEE A Place in the Sun.

  AMERICAN U-BOAT 111. SEE Navy Log.

  AN AMERICAN VISITS PARIS. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by
    Campbell-Ewald Co. 150 sec. Author of script: John H. Coleman. Appl.
    author: Campbell-Ewald Co., employer for hire. © Campbell-Ewald Co.;
    17Jul59; MU6779.

  AMERICAN WIT AND HUMOR. March of Time, 1952. Produced by Parsonnet
    Studios. 26 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Time, Inc.

    1. “The Elixir of Marthy,” by Elizabeth Hyer Neff. “The Alarmed
      Skipper,” by James T. Fields. © 1Apr52; LP1604.

    2. “The Kentucky Legend,” folklore by Robert Gardette and Jonathan
      Marlowe. “Cyclopeedy,” by Eugene Field. “The Owl Critic,” by James
      T. Fields. © 8Apr52; LP1682.

    3. “Dr. Heidegger’s Experiment,” by Nathaniel Hawthorne. © 15Apr52;
      LP1683.

    4. “The Sleeping Farmer,” a folk tale. “The Shakers,” by Artemus
      Ward. © 29Apr52; LP1761.

    5. “A Doctor of Laws,” by George Peck. “Simon Suggs,” by Johnson J.
      Hooper. © 5May52; LP1762.

    6. “Samantha and the Widder Doodle,” by Marietta Holley. © 30Jun52;
      LP1874.

    7. “The Henpecked Husband,” by Joe Miller. “Fountain of Truth,” by
      Jonathan Kelley. © 1Jul52; LP2111.

    8. “Laugh’,” by Josh Billings [pseud. of Henry Wheeler Shaw] “Chip
      Off the Old Block,” a folktale. “Simon Suggs Goes to Augusty,” by
      Johnson J. Hooper. © 15Jul52; LP2124.

    9. “Lincoln-Holmes Incident,” a folk tale. “Simon Suggs Goes to a
      Camp Meeting,” by Johnson J. Hooper. © 8Jul52; LP2112.

    10. “Fare Thee Well, Joe Clark,” a folktale. “Kissin’,” by Josh
      Billings [pseud. of Henry Wheeler Shaw] © 15Jul52; LP2113.

    11. “Samantha’s Visiting Relations,” by Marietta Holley. © 22Jul52;
      LP2114.

    12. “The Minister’s Housekeeper,” by Harriet Beecher Stowe. “Science
      Versus Luck,” by Mark Twain [pseud. of Samuel Langhorne Clemens] ©
      29Jul52; LP2115.

    13. “Marriage Proposal,” by William Tappan Thompson. “Dogs,” by Josh
      Billings. “The Country Store,” a folk tale. “Cousin Sally
      Dilliard,” by Hamilton C. Jones. © 7Aug52; LP2166.

  THE AMERICANO. Robert Stillman Productions. Released by RKO Radio
    Pictures. 85 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. © RKO Radio
    Pictures, Inc.; 31Dec54; LP4413.

  AMERICA’S ARTS AND SKILLS. SEE Hands That Made America.

  AMERICA’S BEST SAILOR. Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp.
    [1952] Produced by Jam Handy Organization. 70 ft., color, 35mm. ©
    The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 18Apr52; MU5406.

  THE AMERICA’S CUP. SEE The History of the America’s Cup.

  AMERICA’S NEW CHOICE. Pontiac Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 15 min., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Jam Handy
    Organization, Inc.; 31Jan55; MU5837.

  AMERICA’S NEW NO.1 SPORT. March of Time. 28 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Appl. title: Horse Racing: America’s Newest Number One Sport. ©
    Time, Inc.; 18Jun53; MP3948.

  AMERICA’S SINGING BOYS. RKO Pathe, 1951. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Screenliner) © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 2Nov51; MP2326.

  AMERICA’S SWEETHEART. SEE So This Is Hollywood.

  AMERICA’S SWEETHEARTS. SEE Private Secretary.

  AMERICA’S WONDERLANDS. Castle Films, 1946. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Castle Films, Inc.; 15Jun46; MP2839.

  AMIABLE LADY. Princess Pictures. 8 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Princess
    Pictures, Inc.; 8Mar54; LP3550.

  THE AMNESIAC. SEE Panic, no. 57-8.

  AMOEBA. United World Films, 1949. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Zoology
    Series) © United World Films, Inc.; 1Jan49 (in notice: 1948);
    MP3050.

  AMOR DE LA CALLE. (Street Love) Producciones Luis Manrique, Mexico.
    Released in the U. S. by Clasa-Mohme. 99 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Importadora, Inc.; 1May50; LP11541.

  EL AMOR NO ES NEGOCIO. (Love Is Bad Business) Joaquin Gallastegui,
    Mexico. Released in the U. S. by Clasa-Mohme. 90 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Importadora, Inc.; 15Aug50; LP11538.

  EL AMOR NUNCA MUERE. Zulema G. de Amadori, Argentina. Released by
    Artistas Argentinos Asociados; in the U. S. by Importadora. 82 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. © Importadora, Inc.; 1Aug55; LP11009.

  AMOR QUE MALO ERES. (Love, How Bad You Are) Argel Films, Mexico.
    Released by Clasa-Mohme; in the U. S. by Importadora. 85 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on the song of the same title by Luis Marqueti. ©
    Importadora, Inc.; 1Jan53; LP 11083.

  AMOR VENDIDO. (Sold Love) Producciones Luis Manrique, Mexico. Released
    in the U. S. by Importadora. 95 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Importadora,
    Inc.; 15Feb51; LP11836.

  LOS AMORES DE UNA VIUDA. (The Loves of a Widow) Alameda Films, Mexico.
    Released in the U. S. by Importadora. 103 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Importadora, Inc.; 15May49; LP11594.

  AMOS CARTER. SEE Wanted: Dead or Alive, no. 6376.

  L’AMOUR THE MERRIER. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color,
    35mm. (Noveltoon Cartoon) Technicolor. © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    1Jul57; LP8605.

  AMPHIBIANS. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Coronet Instructional Films; 3Jan57; MP8155.

  AMSCRAY. SEE Navy Log. Operation Lend Lease.

  AMY MOORE STORY. SEE The Millionaire.

  AMY’S GOOD DEED. SEE Gunsmoke.

  ANASTASIA. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 105 min., sd., color,
    35mm. CinemaScope. Based on the play by Marcelle Maurette, as
    adapted by Guy Bolton. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 14Dec56;
    LP7358.

  ANATOLE OF THE BAYOUS. SEE Crossroads.

  ANATOMY AND BRONCHOSCOPY. SEE The Bronchopulmonary Segments, pt. 1:
    Anatomy and Bronchoscopy.

  ANATOMY OF A MURDER. Carlyle Productions. Released by Columbia
    Pictures Corp. 161 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel by
    Robert Traver. © Carlyle Productions, Inc.; 1Jul59; LP14706.

  ANCIENT BAALBEK AND PALMYRA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 10 min.,
    sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. With film guide. © F. W. Von Keller,
    E. S. Von Keller (in notice: F. W. Von Keller, E. S. Von Keller);
    29Sep53; MP4209.

  ANCIENT CURES. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 8 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (Pete Smith Specialty) © Loew’s Incorporated; 17Jul53 (in
    notice: 1951); LP3856.

  ANCIENT EGYPT. Coronet, 1952. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © David A.
    Smart; 30Sep52; MP2850.

  ANCIENT FISTORY. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1953. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Popeye the Sailor Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    30Jan53 (in notice: 1952); LP2236.

  ANCIENT GREECE. Coronet, 1952. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © David A.
    Smart; 20Feb52; MP2190.

  ANCIENT INDIA. Loew’s, 1952. 8 min., sd., color, 35mm. (James A.
    FitzPatrick’s Traveltalks) A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer picture. © Loew’s
    Incorporated; 11Jun52; MP2471.

  ANCIENT MARINER. SEE Camera Three.

  ANCIENT MESOPOTAMIA. Coronet, 1953. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © John
    Smart; 26Mar53; MP3498.

  THE ANCIENT ORIENT: THE FAR EAST. Coronet Instructional Films. 14
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of
    Esquire, Inc.; 12Jul57; MP8582.

  ANCIENT PETRA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 10 min., sd., color,
    16mm. Kodachrome. With film guide. © F. W. Von Keller, E. S. Von
    Keller (in notice: F. W. Von Keller, E. S. Von Keller); 2Sep53;
    MP4211.

  THE ANCIENT SPIES. SEE I Spy.

  AND A VOICE SHALL BE HEARD. General Electric Co., 1951. Produced by
    March of Time. 56 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © General Electric Co.;
    13Sep51; MP2105.

  AND BABY MAKES THREE. Santana Pictures. Released through Columbia
    Pictures Corp., 1949. 83 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Santana Pictures;
    7Dec49; LP2776.

  AND GWENDOLYN, TOO. SEE Talk Back, no. 3.

  AND IF SHE RETURNS. SEE Y si Ella Volviera.

  AND MAKE DISCIPLES. Broadman Films. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl.
    author: Earl Waldrup. © Broadman Films; 1Apr53; MP3742.

  SEE ALSO Ye Are Witnesses.

  AND NEVER COME BACK. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Revue Productions, Inc.; 31Dec54 (in notice: 1955); LP5015.

  AND NOW THERE ARE FIVE. Tractor & Implement Division. Made by Jam
    Handy Organization. 77 ft., b&w, 35mm. TV version. © Tractor &
    Implement Division, Ford Motor Co.; 24Jun55; MU5909.

  AND NOW THERE ARE FIVE. Tractor & Implement Division. Made by Jam
    Handy Organization. 39 ft., color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Tractor &
    Implement Division, Ford Motor Co.; 24Jun55; MU5903.

  AND RIDE A TIGER. SEE A Stranger in My Arms.

  AND SO DIED RIABOUCHINSKA. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  AND SO WE WENT TO AFRICA. David A. Lowry. 38 min., sd., color, 16mm. ©
    David A. Lowry; 14Sep59; MP9744.

  AND SON. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 94.

  AND SUSIE IS THE SUN. SEE Private Secretary, no. 35.

  AND THE BEASTS WERE THERE. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    © Revue Productions, Inc.; 31Dec54; LP4973.

  AND THE DESERT SHALL BLOSSOM. SEE Hitchcock Presents.

  “—AND THE TRUTH SHALL MAKE YOU FREE.” Wilding Picture Productions for
    the Temperance & Tolerance Association of America, 1950. 50 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © The Temperance & Tolerance Association of America;
    9Aug50; LP306.

  AND THEN I WROTE. SEE This Is Your Music.

  AND THEN THERE WERE FOUR. Roland Reed Productions. For General
    Petroleum Corp. via West-Marquis, 1950. 28 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    General Petroleum Corp.; 26Apr50; LP248.

  AND THERE WAS DARKNESS, AND THERE WAS LIGHT. SEE Medic.

  AND THIS IS PEE WEE REESE. SEE This Is Baseball, no. 11.

  AND TO FAME UNKNOWN. E. I. du Pont de Nemours. Made by Louis de
    Rochemont Associates. 30 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (The Cavalcade of
    America) © E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co., Inc.; 7Sep53; MP4919.

  ANDEAN GLIMPSES. Burton Holmes. Travelogues, 1952. 11 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. © Burton Holmes Travelogues; 24Mar52; MP2145.

  ANDORRA. SEE The Count of Monte Cristo.

  ANDREW AND THE DEADLY DOUBLE. SEE Adventures of Champion.

  ANDREW CARNEGIE. Emerson Film Corp. Released by Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films, 1951. 18 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Famous Men and
    Women of the World) © Emerson Film Corp.; 10Aug51; MP1744.

  ANDREW JACKSON. Emerson Film Corp. Released by Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films, 1951. 18 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Emerson Film
    Corp.; 2Jan51 (in notice: 1950); MP924.

  ANDREW STERLING. SEE The Millionaire.

  ANDROCLES AND THE LION. RKO Radio Pictures, 1952. 98 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the play of the same title by George Bernard Shaw. ©
    RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 30Oct52; LP2176.

  ANDY AND THE LION. Weston Woods Studios. 10 min., sd., color, 16mm.
    (Picture book parade) Based on the book by James Dougherty. © Morton
    Schindel; 21Oct55; LP6387.

  ANDY GOES WILD. Columbia Pictures Corp. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 23Apr56; LP6345.

  ANDY HARDY COMES HOME. Fryman Enterprises. Released by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 80 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Perspecta sound. Based
    on the characters created by Aurania Rouverol. © Loew’s, Inc. &
    Fryman Enterprises, Inc.; 4Aug58; LP11738.

  ANDY RUSSELL AND DELLA IN HOUSE PARTY. Universal Pictures Co., 1953.
    15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A Universal International picture. ©
    Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 10Mar53; LP2560.

  THE ANGEL AND THE OUTLAW. SEE The Lone Ranger.

  ANGEL FACE. RKO Radio Pictures, 1952. 91 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © RKO
    Radio Pictures, Inc.; 31Dec52; LP2259.

  ANGEL IN THE AIR. SEE General Electric Theater.

  ANGEL O DEMONIO. (Angel or Devil) Oscar Brooks and Enrique Darszon,
    Mexico. Released in the U. S. by Importadora. 72 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Importadora, Inc.; 1Jun47; LP11567.

  ANGEL OF LOUDOUN. SEE The Gray Ghost, no. 3.

  ANGEL OF WRATH. SEE General Electric Theatre.

  ANGEL OR DEVIL. SEE Angel o Demonio.

  ANGEL WITH THE TRUMPET. London Film Productions, Ltd. Released in the
    U. S., 1950. 11 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on Ernst Lothar’s novel
    “Der Engel mit der Posaune.” © London Film Productions, Inc.;
    16Jun50; LP152. Pub. in London, 16Jun50.

  ANGELA. Patria Pictures Corp. and Telecinema. Released by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp. 81 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a story by
    Steve Carruthers. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 11May55;
    LP4991.

  ANGELA TEMPLE. SEE The Millionaire.

  ANGELA, THE ANGELA. SEE The Gale Storm Show.

  ANGELA’S WEDDING. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 72.

  ANGELES DE LA CALLE. (Angels of the Street) Producciones Delmar,
    Mexico. Released in the U. S. by Importadora. 73 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on an original plot by Felix B. Caignet. © Producciones
    Delmar, S.A.; 15Aug53; LP11334.

  ANGELES DE LA CALLE. SEE El Tesoro de Isla de Pinos.

  ANGELO GOES WEST. SEE Buffalo Bill, Jr.

  ANGELS IN THE OUTFIELD. Loew’s, 1951. An MGM picture. 99 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Loew’s Inc.; 24Aug51; LP1159.

  ANGELS IN THE SKY. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  ANGELS NEVER CRY. Lindsley Parsons Productions, 1952. 3 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Lindsley Parsons Productions, Inc.; 25Nov52; LP2095.

  ANGELS OF THE STREET. SEE Angeles de la Calle.

  ANGELS OF VENGEANCE. SEE Wanted: Dead or Alive, no. 6366.

  ANGELS ONE FIVE. Templar Productions, London. Released in the U. S. by
    Stratford Pictures Corp., 1953. 98 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Stratford
    Pictures Corp.; 25Feb53; LP2510.

  THE ANGEL’S SWEATER. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 78.

  ANGER AT WORK: THE STORY OF THE HEADACHE SWITCH. Educational Materials
    Service, Extension Division, University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma
    State Dept. of Health. Released by International Film Bureau. 21
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: Wesley H. Greene. ©
    International Film Bureau, Inc.; 29Oct56; MP7907.

  ANGLING AROUND. Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. (World
    of Sports) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 27Jun57; MP8493.

  ANGLERS AWEIGH. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (World of Sports Series) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 22Aug51;
    MP1722.

  ANGLING FOR THRILLS. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Grantland Rice Sportlight) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 22Jan54;
    MP5125.

  THE ANGRY GUN. SEE The Rifleman, no. 6201.

  THE ANGRY HILLS. Raymond Productions. Released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    105 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the book by Leon Uris. © Raymond
    Productions, Ltd.; 4May59; LP15056.

  THE ANGRY MAN. SEE The Rifleman, no. 6263.

  THE ANGUS MACLAUREN STORY. SEE Wagon Train.

  ANIMAL ANTICS. Vitaphone Corp., 1951. A Warner Bros. short subject. 10
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Vitaphone Corp.; 21Feb51 (in notice:
    1950); MP1002.

  ANIMAL BREEDING. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 13 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.;
    23Jun54 (in notice: 1953); MP5894.

  ANIMAL ENGINEERS. Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. Made by Moody
    Institute of Science. 28 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Sermons from
    Science) includes portions from the motion pictures The Prior Claim,
    and Hidden Treasures, with a special television introduction. ©
    Moody Bible Institute of Chicago, 2Jun56; MP7450.

  THE ANIMAL FAIR. Paramount Pictures Corp. 6 min., sd., Technicolor,
    35mm. (Noveltoon Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 31Dec58;
    LP12935.

  ANIMAL HOMES. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 6Jan55 (in
    notice: 1954) MP5905.

  ANIMAL HOTEL. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1953. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Topper Series) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 6Feb53 (in notice:
    1952); MP3246.

  THE ANIMAL INSTINCT. SEE Jane Wyman Theatre.

  ANIMAL LIFE AT LOW TIDE. Pat Dowling Pictures. 11 min., sd., color,
    16mm. Appl. author: Thomas James Stanton. © Pat Dowling Pictures;
    1Feb55; MP5730.

  ANIMAL SHOW. Universal Pictures Co. Released by Universal
    International. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. (Variety View) © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 20Dec58; LP13780.

  ANIMAL SPORTS QUIZ. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Sportlight) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 3Feb56 (in notice: 1955);
    MP6798.

  ANIMAL TOWN OF THE PRAIRIE: PRAIRIE DOGS AND THEIR NEIGHBORS.
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 10 min., sd., color, 16mm. ©
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 2Jun59; MP9763.

  THE ANIMAL TRAINER. SEE Happy Pause Frolics.

  THE ANIMAL WORLD. Windsor Productions. Released by Warner Bros.
    Pictures. 82 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. © Warner Bros.
    Pictures, Inc.; 23Jun56 (in notice: 1955); LP8640.

  ANIMALS A LA CARTE. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Topper) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 27Jan56 (in notice: 1955);
    MP6793.

  ANIMALS AND KIDS. Warner Bros. Pictures. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Warner Bros. short subject. © Vitaphone Corp.; 18Aug56; MP8561.

  ANIMALS AND THEIR FOODS. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire,
    Inc.; 30Aug55; MP6480.

  ANIMALS AND THEIR HOMES. Centron Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Centron Corp., Inc.; 31Dec57; MP8781.

  ANIMALS AND THEIR HOMES. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire,
    Inc.; 25Aug55; MP6482.

  ANIMALS AT WORK IN NATURE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 10 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    Inc.; 14Jun56; MP7575.

  ANIMALS HAVE ALL THE FUN. Vitaphone Corp., 1952. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. A Warner Bros. short subject. © The Vitaphone Corp.; 31May52;
    MP2337.

  ANIMALS IN ACTION. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 9 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. (Pete Smith Speciality) © Loew’s Incorporated;
    18May55 (in notice: 1954); LP4682.

  ANIMALS IN AUTUMN. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 9Aug57; MP8691.

  ANIMALS IN SPRING. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    Inc.; 19Nov54; MP5855.

  ANIMALS IN SUMMER. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 10 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. Kodachrome. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica
    Films, Inc.; 9Dec54; MP5857.

  ANIMALS IN WINTER. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1950. 11 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc.; 30Oct50; MP871.

  ANIMALS OF ALASKA. Louis R. Huber. Released by Northern Films. 11
    min., sd., color, 35mm. © Louis R. Huber; 1Nov58; MP9251.

  ANIMALS OF THE INDIAN JUNGLE. E. S. Von Keller and F. W. Von Keller.
    Released by Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd., color,
    16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 14May57; MP8392.

  ANIMALS OF THE MASAI. Maytag Productions. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Appl. author: Robert E. Maytag. © Maytag Productions; 12Jan55;
    LP4924.

  ANIMALS THROUGH THE WINTER. Centron Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Centron Corp., Inc.; 16Jan58 (in notice: 1957); MP8780.

  ANIMALS—WAYS THEY EAT. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.;
    31May56; MP7574.

  ANIMALS—WAYS THEY MOVE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.;
    31May56; MP7576.

  ANIMALS WITH BACKBONES. Coronet Instructional Films. 10 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire,
    Inc.; 3Jul57; MP8601.

  ANITA AROS TELESCRIPTIONS. Snader Telescriptions Corp., 1951. 27 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Snader Telescriptions Corp.; 23Apr51; MP1427.

  ANITRA DELLANO. SEE The Millionaire.

  ANN BLYTH’S SURPRISE. SEE The Dennis Day Show, no. 126.

  ANN BRENNIZER CASE. SEE The Line-Up, no. 30.

  ANN GRIFFIN. SEE The Millionaire.

  ANN RUTLEDGE. TV-Radio Workshop, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. Fifth
    in a series of films depicting the life of Abraham Lincoln. Appl.
    title: Mr. Lincoln: Ann Rutledge. © TV-Radio Workshop; 8Feb53 (in
    notice: 1952); LP2306.

  THE ANN SOTHERN SHOW. Desilu Productions and Anso Productions. Approx.
    27 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Desilu Productions, Inc. & Anso
    Productions, Inc.

    1. The Bridal Suite. © 10Mar58; LP13217.

    2. New Lease on Life. © 24Jul58; LP13215.

    3. Six Wives Plus Two. © 1Aug58; LP13216.

    5. Love Comes to Olive. © 28Aug58; LP13391.

    6. Governess for a Day. © 5Sep58; LP13394

    7. It’s a Dog’s Life. © 11Sep58; LP13397.

    8. Masquerade Ball. © 19Sep58; LP13390.

    9. Say It with Music. © 26Sep58; LP13395.

    10. The Thanksgiving Story. © 3Oct58; LP13392.

    11. Countess of Bartley. © 9Oct58; LP13396

    12. The Big Gamble. © 15Oct58; LP13393.

    13. Three Loves Has Katy. © 23Oct58; LP13947.

    14. East Side Story. © 14Nov58; LP13817.

    15. Johnny Moves Up. © 20Nov58; LP13815.

    16. Give It Back to the Indians. © 26Nov58; LP13818.

    17. The Five Year Itch. © 4Dec58; LP13820

    18. Hurrah for the Irish. © 11Dec58; LP13816.

    19. The High Cost of Living. © 18Dec58; LP13819.

    20. The O’Connors Stick Together. © 15Jan59; LP13826.

    21. Two on the Aisle; or, Happy Days Are Here Again. © 22Jan59;
      LP13824.

    22. Stand-In Heiress. © 29Jan59; LP13828.

    23. Katy’s Big Surprise. © 5Feb59; LP13949.

    24. Katy and the New Boss. © 12Feb59; LP13827.

    25. The Ring. © 19Feb59; LP13825.

    26. The Road to Health. © 26Feb59; LP13823.

    27. The Square Peg. © 5Mar59; LP13821.

    28. Katy’s Investment Club. © 12Mar59; LP13822.

    29. Geisha Girl. © 19Mar59; LP13948.

    30. The Ugly Bonnet. © 9Apr59; LP14273.

    31. The Raise. © 16Apr59; LP14274.

    32. Springtime for Katy. © 24Apr59; LP14275.

    33. Katy Goes Through Channels. © 30Apr59; LP14723.

  ANNA AND THE KING OF SIAM. SEE The King and I.

  ANNA HARTLEY. SEE The Millionaire.

  ANNA LUCASTA. Longridge Enterprises. Released by United Artists Corp.
    97 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Longridge Enterprises, Inc.; 26Nov58;
    LP12448.

  ANNAPOLIS STORY. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 81 min., sd., color,
    35mm. Technicolor. © Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 7Mar55; LP4449.

  ANNE FRANK: THE DIARY OF A YOUNG GIRL. SEE The Diary of Anne Frank.

  ANNE OF THE INDIES. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1951. 81 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. Based on a story by Herbert Ravenel Sass. ©
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 24Oct51; LP1377.

  ANNIE GET YOUR GUN. Loew’s Inc., 1950. An MGM picture. 107 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. Based on the musical comedy of the same title by Irving
    Berlin, Herbert Fields, and Dorothy Fields. © Loew’s Inc.; 21Apr50;
    LP114.

  ANNIE OAKLEY. Annie Oakley Productions. Made by Flying A Productions.
    3 reels each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Flying A Productions, unless
    otherwise indicated.

    Amateur Outlaw. © 14Feb57; LP7669.

    Annie and the Bicycle Riders. © 28Jun56; LP6659.

    Annie and the Chinese puzzle. © 5Jan55; LP4325.

    Annie and the First Phone. © 20Jun56; LP6623.

    Annie and the Higher Court. © 15Apr55; LP4588.

    Annie and the Junior Pioneers. © 11Feb55; LP4455.

    Annie and the Lacemaker. © 25Jun56; LP6660.

    Annie and the Leprechauns. © 16Jul56; LP6758.

    Annie and the Miser. © 3Dec55; LP5632.

    Annie and the Twisted Trails. © 4Sep56; LP7153.

    Annie and the Widow’s Might. © 22Mar55; LP4539.

    Annie Breaks an Alibi. © 15Jan55; LP4356.

    Annie Rides the Navajo Trail. © 11Feb57; LP7670.

    Annie Rings the Bell. © 1Feb57; LP7672.

    Annie Takes a Chance. © 1Apr55; LP4553.

    Dead Man’s Bluff. © 15Jan55; LP4355.

    Desperate Men. © 17Aug56; LP7155.

    Diablo Doctor. © Annie Oakley Productions, Inc.; 18Jan55; LP4408.

    Dilemma at Diablo. © 18Jul56; LP6759.

    Dude’s Decision. © 17Sep56; LP7154.

    The Dutch Gunmaker. © 3Dec55; LP5631.

    Flint and Steel. © 21Feb57; LP7667.

    The Front Trail. © 28Feb57; LP7885.

    Grubstake Bank. © 3Jul56; LP6656.

    Hard Luck Ranch. © 12Mar55; LP4531.

    Indian Justice. © 6Jun56; LP6577.

    Joker on Horseback. © 11Jun56; LP6576.

    The Mississippi Kid. © 29Jun56; LP6657.

    Outlaw Brand. © 6Aug56; LP7018.

    Powder Rock Stampede. © 5Jan55; LP4326.

    The Reckless Press. © 28Sep56; LP7366.

    Renegade’s Return. © 4Jun56; LP6578.

    The Robin Hood Kid. © 29Jun56; LP6658.

    The Saga of Clement O’Toole. © 1Mar57; LP7750.

    Santa Claus Wears a Gun. © 12Feb57; LP7671.

    Shadow at Sonoma. © 24Sep56; LP7152.

    Showdown at Diablo. © 3Dec55; LP5633.

    Sugarfoot Sue. © 4Jun56; LP6575.

    Sundown Stage. © 3Dec55; LP5629.

    Sure Shot Annie. © 11Feb55; LP4434.

    Tagg Oakley, Sheriff. © 19Feb57; LP7668.

    A Tall Tale. © 3Dec55; LP5628.

    Thunder Hill. © 3Feb55; LP4454.

    Treasure Map. © 23Aug56; LP7157.

    Trigger Twins. © 15Jan55; LP4378.

    Trouble Shooter. © 24Feb55; LP4453.

    Tuffy. © 3Dec55; LP5630.

    The Waco Kid. © 28Jan57; LP7673.

    Western Privateer. © 15Aug56; LP7156.

  ANNIE OAKLEY. Annie Oakley Productions. 3 reels each, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    © Annie Oakley Productions.

    Ambush Canyon. © 17Feb54; LP3243.

    Annie and the Brass Collar. © 11Dec53 (in notice: 1954); LP3096.

    Annie and the Lily Maid. © 17Mar54; LP3460.

    Annie and the Mystery Woman. © 6Apr54; LP3512.

    Annie and the Outlaw’s Son. © 8Jun54; LP3775.

    Annie and the Silver Ace. © 1Mar54; LP3527.

    Annie and the Texas Sandman. © 12Apr54; LP3549.

    Annie Calls Her Shots. © 1Mar54; LP3277.

    Annie Finds Strange Treasure. © 17Mar54; LP3457.

    Annie Gets Her Man. © 17Mar54; LP3462.

    Annie Helps a Drifter. © 27Apr54; LP3631.

    Annie Joins the Cavalry. © 16Apr54; LP3587.

    Annie Makes a Marriage. © 13May54; LP3656.

    Annie Meets Some Tenderfeet. © 16Apr54; LP3586.

    Annie Trusts a Convict. © 31Dec53 (in notice: 1954); LP3127.

    Annie’s Desert Adventure. © 17Mar54; LP3464.

    Bull’s Eye. © 27Apr54; LP3630.

    The Cinder Trail. © 17Mar54; LP3458.

    The Dude Stagecoach. © 17Feb54; LP3242.

    A Gal for Grandma. © 1Mar54; LP3278.

    Gunplay. © 14Jan54; LP3169.

    The Hardrock Trail. © 17Mar54; LP3461.

    Justice Guns. © 17Mar54; LP3463.

    Outlaw Mesa. © 28May54; LP3726.

    Sharpshooting Annie. © 27Apr54; LP3632.

    Valley of the Shadows. © 17Mar54; LP3459.

  ANNIE OAKLEY. Flying A Pictures. 2 reels each, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Flying A Productions.

    Alias Annie Oakley. © 8Sep54; LP4290.

    Annie and the Six o’ Spades. © 23Aug54; LP4293.

    Escape from Diablo. © 26Jul54; LP4294.

    The Iron Smoke Wagon. © 18Aug54; LP4295.

    The Runaways. © 26Jul54; LP4292.

    The Tomboy. © 22Sep54; LP4291.

  ANNIE’S DESERT ADVENTURE. SEE Annie Oakley.

  ANNIVERSARY. Pyramid Productions, Inc., 1950. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    © General Television Enterprises, Inc.; 6Mar50 (in notice: 1949);
    LP2874.

  ANNIVERSARY PARTY. SEE The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, no.
    165.

  ANNIVERSARY STORY. SEE Pride of the Family.

  ANN’S BOYFRIENDS. SEE Pride of the Family.

  ANN’S STAGE STRUCK PHASE. SEE Pride of the Family.

  ANOTHER BARRIER. SEE Man with a Camera.

  ANOTHER CHANCE. SEE State Trooper.

  ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER DOORMAT. (John Doormat in Another Day, Another
    Doormat) Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1
    reel, sd., Technicolor, 35mm. (A Terrytoon Cartoon) CinemaScope. ©
    Terrytoons, a division of CBS Films, Inc.; 1Apr59; LP13630.

  ANOTHER FRAM FIRST. Fram Corp. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 35
    min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.;
    15Nov57; MU6405.

  ANOTHER GMC FIRST. GMC Truck and Coach Division, General Motors Corp.
    [1952] Produced by Jam Handy Organization. 1 reel, b&w, 35mm. © The
    Jam Organization, Inc.; 15Apr52; MU5395.

  ANOTHER MAN’S POISON. Dougfair Corp. Released by United Artists Corp.,
    1952. 89 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the play, “Deadlock,” by
    Leslie Sands. © Dougfair Corp.; 16Jan52; LP1451.

  ANOTHER MAN’S POISON. SEE Richard Diamond, Private Detective, no.
    8626.

  ANOTHER ROAD. Ace Pictures. Inc., 1950. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    General Television Enterprises, Inc.; 15Apr50 (in notice: 1949);
    LP56.

  ANOTHER TIME, ANOTHER PLACE. Lanturn Productions. Released by
    Paramount Pictures Corp. 98 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. VistaVision. Based
    on the novel by Lenore Coffee. © Kaydor Productions (U.K.) Ltd.;
    15Apr58; LP10702.

  ANSEL ADAMS ON PHOTOGRAPHY. SEE Ansel Adams, Photographer.

  ANSEL ADAMS, PHOTOGRAPHER. (Ansel Adams on Photography) Larry Dawson
    Productions. 20 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Larry Dawson Productions;
    31Dec57; MP8794.

  ANSWERING OBJECTIONS. Pontiac Motor Division of General Motors Corp.,
    1952. Produced by Soundfilm Studios and Norman Wright Productions.
    11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Destination: “Dotted Line,” no. 5) ©
    Pontiac Motor Co. (in notice: Pontiac Motor Division); 26May52;
    MP2936.

  ANSWERING THE CHILD’S WHY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1951. 14
    min., sd., color, 16mm. (Personality Development Series, no. 4) ©
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 15Mar51; MP1166.

  THE ANT AND THE GRASSHOPPER. SEE Encore.

  ANT CITY. SEE John Kieran’s Kaleidoscope, no. 4.

  ANT PASTED. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Looney Tune Cartoon) Technicolor. © The Vitaphone Corp.; 1Jun53 (in
    notice: 1952); MP3576.

  ANTARCTICA, PAST & PRESENT. SEE Disneyland. 1956-1957, no. 1.

  ANTARCTICA: THE THIRD WORLD; PARTS 1-2. National Broadcasting Co.
    (This Planet Earth) © National Broadcasting Co.; 29Jun56; MU6112.

  ANTELOPES AND SMALLER AFRICAN ANIMALS. SEE The African Lion.

  ANTENNA INSTALLATION. McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by Loucks and Norling
    Studios. 9 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Television Principles and
    Servicing) Correlated with the book “Basic Television,” by Bernard
    Grob. © McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 28Dec53; MP4554.

  THE ANTENNA IS THE PAY-OFF. Channel Master Corp., 1952. Produced by
    Paul Hance Productions. 42 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Paul Hance
    Productions, Inc.; 5Nov52; MP2980.

  ANTIBIOTICS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1952. 14 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 18Nov52; MP3086.

  ANTI-CATS. SEE Mighty Mouse in Anti-Cats.

  ANTI-FREEZE FOR INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER. Dow Chemical Co. Made by Jam
    Handy Organization. 33 ft., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization,
    Inc.; 31Jan55; MU5834.

  ANTIQUE ANTICS. RKO Pathe, 1951. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Screenliner
    Series, no. 13) © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 10Aug51; MP1813.

  ANTIQUE SHOW. SEE December Bride, no. 109.

  THE ANTIQUE WATCH. SEE Pride of the Family.

  ANTON BOHRMAN. SEE The Millionaire.

  ANXIETY: ITS PHENOMENOLOGY IN THE FIRST YEAR OF LIFE. Rene A. Spitz.
    27 min., si., b&w, 16mm. Released by the Psychoanalytic
    Researchproject on Problems of Infancy. © Rene A. Spitz, M. D.,
    d.b.a. Psychoanalytic Researchproject on Problems of Infancy;
    10Jun53; MP3665.

  ANY TIME YOU NEED ME. Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Revue Productions, Inc.; 25Apr55; LP6874.

  ANYONE AT ALL! SAFETY IN THE COMMUNITY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films
    in cooperation with National Safety Council. 22 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.;
    13Sep54; MP5900.

  ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1952. 107 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on the book of the same title by George and Helen
    Papashvily. © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 26Feb52 (in notice: 1951);
    LP1735.

  ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN. SEE Private Secretary.

  ANYTHING FOR LAUGHS. Vitaphone Corp., 1951. A Warner Bros. short
    subject. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a Larry Semon comedy “The
    Show.” © The Vitaphone Corp.; 22May51; MP1215.

  ANYTHING GOES. Paramount Pictures Corp. 106 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    VistaVision. Technicolor. Based on the play by Guy Bolton and P. G.
    Wodehouse, rev. by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. © Paramount
    Pictures Corp.; 21Mar56 (in notice: 1955); LP6234.

  APACHE. Linden Productions. Released by United Artists Corp. 91 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. Based on the novel “Broncho Apache,”
    by Paul I. Wellman. © Linden Productions; 30Jun54; LP4003.

  APACHE AGENT. SEE Walk the Proud Land.

  APACHE AMBUSH. Columbia Pictures Corp. 7 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 26Aug55; LP5311.

  APACHE COUNTRY. Gene Autry Productions. Released by Columbia Pictures
    Corp., 1952. 62 min., sd., sepia, 35mm. © Gene Autry Productions;
    7Apr52; LP1625.

  APACHE DRUMS. Universal International Pictures Co., 1951. 75 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. Based on “Stand at Spanish Boot” by Harry Brown. ©
    Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 18Apr51; LP870.

  APACHE GOLD. SEE Tales of Wells Fargo.

  APACHE KID. SEE

    The Sheriff of Cochise, no. 17.

    Stories of the Century.

  APACHE LANDING. SEE The Stand at Apache River.

  APACHE RAID. SEE Buffalo Bill, Jr.

  APACHE TERRITORY. Columbia Pictures Corp. 75 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    From a novel by Louis L’Amour. © Calhoun-Orsatti Enterprises, Inc.;
    8Jul58; LP11206.

  APACHE WAR SMOKE. Loew’s, 1952. 65 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer picture. Based on a story by Ernest Haycox. ©
    Loew’s Incorporated; 17Sep52; LP1963.

  APACHE WARRIOR. Regal Films. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp. 74 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. RegalScope. Based on a story by
    Carroll Young and Kurt Neumann. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
    17Jul57; LP8803.

  APACHE WATER. SEE 26 Men.

  APACHE WOMAN. Golden State Productions. Released by American Releasing
    Corp. 83 min., sd., color, 35mm. Pathecolor. © Golden State
    Productions; 12Sep55; LP7780.

  APPEARANCES ARE DECEIVING. SEE The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show,
    no. 170.

  APPLE. Delco Battery. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co. 90 sec. Appl. author:
    Campbell-Ewald Co., employer for hire of Edward L. Traxler, script
    writer. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 12Apr57; MU6298.

  THE APPLE. SEE The Apples.

  AN APPLE FOR THE TEACHER. SEE Whirlybirds, no. 54.

  THE APPLE OF YOUR EYE. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 1 min., color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Chevrolet Motor
    Division of General Motors Corp.; 9Mar54; MU5635.

  THE APPLE ORCHARD. SEE Talk Back, no. 10.

  THE APPLE TREE. SEE Lassie.

  APPLEBY’S INVENTION. SEE The Red Skelton Show, no. 17.

  APPLEJACK. SEE Big Town, no. 55.

  THE APPLES. Hecuba Corp. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. title: The
    Apple. © Hecuba Corp.; 11Nov54; LP4133.

  APPLES—FROM SEEDLING TO MARKET. Viking Pictures Corp. Released by
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1950. 11 min., sd., color, 16mm. ©
    Viking Pictures Corp.; 30Nov50; MP941.

  APPLES ON THE LILAC TREE. SEE Screen Directors Playhouse.

  APPLICATION OF ESTIMATING AND REPAIR PROCEDURES TO INDIVISUAL UNITS.
    SEE Sheet Metal Correction, pt. 2.

  APPOINTMENT IN HONDURAS. RKO Radio Pictures. 79 min., sd., color,
    35mm. Technicolor. © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 22Oct53; LP3116.

  APPOINTMENT 7:30. Mutual Benefit Health & Accident Assn. 33 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. © Mutual Benefit Health & Accident Assn.; 9Nov59;
    MP9798.

  APPOINTMENT WITH A SHADOW. Universal Pictures Co. Released by
    Universal International. 72 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. CinemaScope. Based
    on an Argosy story by Hugh Pentecost. © Universal Pictures Co.,
    Inc.; 1Oct58; LP12614.

  APPOINTMENT WITH CATASTROPHE. SEE Border Patrol.

  APPOINTMENT WITH DANGER. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 89 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 1May51 (in notice: 1950);
    LP1022.

  APPOINTMENT WITH DESTINY. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 110.

  APPOINTMENT WITH FEAR. SEE The Good Humor Man.

  APPOINTMENT WITH VENUS. SEE Island Rescue.

  THE APPRAISAL. SEE Talk Back, no. 5.

  APPRECIATING OUR PARENTS. Coronet, 1950. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    David A. Smart; 17Aug50; MP496.

  APPRENTICE SHERIFF. SEE The Rifleman, no. 6209.

  APPROACH. McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1952. Produced by Transfilm. 10 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. (Salesmanship Series) Correlated with Textbook of
    Salesmanship, by Frederic A. Russell and Frank H. Beach. ©
    McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 26Sep52; MP3227.

  THE APPROACH. Pontiac Motor Division of General Motors Corp., 1952.
    Produced by Soundfilm Studios and Norman Wright Productions. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Destination: “Dotted Line,” no. 3) © Pontiac
    Motor Co. (in notice: Pontiac Motor Division); 14Jul52; MP2937.

  APPROACH WITH CAUTION. SEE The Sheriff of Cochise, no. 34.

  APPROVED BY CENSOR. SEE Fireside Theatre.

  APRIL IN PARIS. Warner Bros. Pictures, 1952. 101 min., sd., color,
    35mm. © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 3Dec52; LP2117.

  APRIL IN PORTUGAL. Warwick Film Production. Released by Columbia
    Pictures Corp. 2 reels, sd., color, 35mm. CinemaScope. © Warwick
    Film Production, Ltd.; 26Mar56 (in notice: 1955); MP7036.

  APRIL LOVE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 99 min., sd., Color by
    Deluxe, 35mm. CinemaScope. Based on a novel by George Agnew
    Chamberlain. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 19Nov57; LP10059.

  APRIL SHOWER. SEE Private Secretary, no. 39.

  APRYL AND HER BABY LAMB. J. Michael Hagopian. Made and released by
    Atlantis Productions. 13 min., sd., color, 16mm. (Children of the
    World Series) © Atlantis Productions, Inc.; 1Oct56; MP8276.

  THE APTITUDE TEST. SEE The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, no.
    225.

  AQUA BABES. RKO-Pathe. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) © RKO
    Teleradio Pictures, Inc.; 2Aug56; MP7604.

  AQUA CHAMPS. RKO-Pathe, 1952. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) ©
    RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 8Jul52; MP2985.

  AQUA QUEENS. Vitaphone Corp. 9 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Sports Parade)
    A Warner Bros. short subject. Warnercolor. © Vitaphone Corp.;
    6Aug55; MP7529.

  AQUA-RAMA. Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. (World of
    Sports) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 11Sep58; MP9286.

  AQUARIUM WONDERLAND. Pat Dowling Pictures. 10 min., sd., color, 16mm.
    Appl. author: Thomas James Stanton. © Pat Dowling Pictures; 1Feb55;
    MP5729.

  AQUATIC CARNIVAL. Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. (A
    Columbia World of Sports Presentation) © Columbia Pictures Corp,;
    16Jul59; LP14126.

  AQUATIC HOUSE PARTY. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1950. 9 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Grantland Rice Sportlight Series) © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    31Mar50; MP991.

  AQUATIC KIDS. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s, 1953. 8 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. (Pete Smith Specialty) © Loew’s Incorporated;
    19Feb53 (in notice: 1952); MP3228.

  AQUATIC STARS. Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. (World
    of Sports) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 17Feb55; MP6293.

  AQUELLOS OJOS VERDES. (Those Green Eyes) Producciones Ariel, Mexico.
    Released by Clasa-Mohme; in the U. S. by Importadora. 81 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Importadora, Inc.; 15Apr52; LP11782.

  AQUI ESTA HERACLIO BERNAL. Cinematografica Cumbre, Mexico. Released in
    the U. S. by Importadora. 86 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the
    novel of the same title by Fausto Marin-Tamayo. © Importadora, Inc.;
    15Mar58; LP10646.

  AQUI ESTA HERACLIO BERNAL. SEE ALSO El Rayo de Sinaloa.

  THE ARAB MIDDLE EAST. Edward Levonian. Released by McGraw-Hill Book
    Co. 1-1/2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. (Lands and Their Peoples) © Edward
    Levonian; 1May55; MP6460.

  ARAB VILLAGE. Larry Dawson Productions. 11 min., sd., color, 16mm.
    Kodachrome. Filmed with the cooperation of the Near East Foundation.
    © Larry Dawson Productions; 15Feb57; MP8187.

  ARABIA MOVES AHEAD. Arabian American Oil Co. 16 min., sd., Eastman
    color, 16mm. © Arabian American Oil Co.; 2Jul59; MU6776.

  ARABIAN BAZAAR. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 9 min., sd., color,
    16mm. Kodachrome. © F. W. Von Keller, E. S. Von Keller (in notice:
    F. W. Keller, E. S. Keller); 19Aug53; MP4213.

  ARABIAN CHILDREN. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 15 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.;
    21Jun54; MP5901.

  THE ARABIAN NIGHTS. SEE Sabu and the Magic Ring.

  ARABIANS IN THE ROCKIES. Vitaphone Corp. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Sports Parade) A Warner Bros. Short Subject. Technicolor. ©
    Vitaphone Corp.; 15Dec54 (in notice: 1945); MP5553.

  ARACHNIDS: SPIDERS AND THEIR ALLIES. United World Films, 1949. 10
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Zoology Series) © United World Films, Inc.;
    1Mar49 (in notice: 1948); MP3052.

  THE ARCHERS. SEE Lassie.

  ARCHES OF FAITH. African Film Productions, South Africa, 1949. 23
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © The State Information Office, South Africa;
    17Dec49; MP698.

  ARCHIMEDES’ PRINCIPLE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 6 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.;
    10Sep53; MP4204.

  ARCHITECTURE. SEE Renaissance on TV, no. 17.

  ARCTIC AVALANCHE. SEE Jet Jackson, The Flying Commando, no. 22.

  ARCTIC FLIGHT. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1952. 78 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 23Sep52; LP1936.

  ARCTIC GEESE. Universal International. Released by Universal Pictures
    Co. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (U-I Color Parade) © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 20Sep57; LP11453.

  ARCTIC RIVALS. SEE Willie, the Walrus, in Arctic Rivals.

  THE ARDENT WOODSMAN. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 55.

  ARE ANIMALS ACTORS? Vitaphone Corp. 20 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A Warner
    Bros. short subject. © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 26Nov54; MP5409.

  ARE MANNERS IMPORTANT? Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films;
    4Jun54; MP5884.

  ARE TREES PEOPLE. SEE Du Pont Theater.

  ARE YOU POPULAR? Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 10Nov58;
    MP9427.

  ARE YOU POSITIVE? National Tuberculosis Assn. Made by Cullen &
    Associates. 14 min., sd., color, 16mm. Eastman color. Writer: Larry
    Ravitz. © National Tuberculosis Assn.; 15Aug57; MP8529.

  ARE YOU READY FOR MARRIAGE? Coronet, 1950. 17 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    David A. Smart; 11Apr50; MP286.

  ARENA. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 70 min., sd., color,
    35mm. A three-dimensional film. Photographed in Ansco color. Print
    by Technicolor. © Loew’s Incorporated; 24Jun53; LP2703.

  ARGENTINA: PEOPLE OF THE PAMPA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 16
    min., sd., color, 16mm. (Latin American Series) Second edition. ©
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 2May57; MP8389.

  ARGENTINE ATHLETES. Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (World of Sports) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 16Sep54; MP5176.

  THE ARGONAUTS. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  ARGUFIER. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 3
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Chevrolet Motor Division of General Motors
    Corp.; 5Feb58; MU6446.

  ARITHMETIC. SEE Lassie.

  ARITHMETIC SAILOR. SEE Telephone Time.

  ARIZONA COWBOY. Republic Productions, Inc., 1950. 67 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 31Mar50 (in notice: 1949); LP33.

  ARIZONA MANHUNT. Republic Productions, 1951. 60 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 18Sep51; LP1202.

  ARIZONA SHEEPDOG. Walt Disney Productions. Released by Buena Vista
    Film Distribution Co. 22 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. © Walt
    Disney Productions; 31May55; LP5243.

  ARIZONA TERRITORY. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1950. 56 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 2Jul50; LP268.

  ARIZONA TROUBLESHOOTERS. B. B. Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Based on characters created by Clarence E. Mulford. © B. B.
    Productions; 4Dec53; LP3501.

  ARMORED ATTACK. National Telefilm Associates. 76 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    An adaptation of the motion picture The North Star. © National
    Telefilm Associates, Inc.; 26Jul57; LP9711.

  THE ARMORED CAR CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  ARMORED CAR ROBBERY. RKO Radio Pictures, 1950. 67 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Suggested by a story by Robert Angus and Robert Leeds. © RKO
    Radio Pictures, Inc.; 8Jun50; LP213.

  ARMY BOUND. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1952. 61 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Monogram Pictures Corp.; 27Aug52; LP1881.

  ARMY BUDDY. SEE December Bride, no. 113.

  THE ARMY CAMP SHOW. SEE Those Whiting Girls, no. 26.

  ARMY DAZE. Columbia Pictures Corp. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. © Columbia
    Pictures Corp.; 22Mar56; LP6268.

  ARMY GAME. SEE Topper, no. T212.

  THE ARMY MEMOIRS. SEE You’ll Never Get Rich.

  ARMY RENEGADES. SEE The Adventures of Kit Carson.

  ARMY’S ALL-AMERICAN. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (World of Sports Series) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 22Feb51;
    MP1726.

  THE ARMY’S FINEST. Universal, 1952. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Variety
    View) © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 6May52 (in notice: 1951);
    MP2296.

  ARNOLD, THE BENEDICT. Universal International, 1951. 16 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 2Jul51; MP1565.

  AROUND AND ABOUT JOAN MIRO. Thomas Bouchard. 63 min., sd., color,
    16mm. Kodachrome. © Thomas Bouchard; 7Dec55; MP7102.

  AROUND THE HORN. SEE Wagon Train.

  AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS. Michael Todd Co. Released by United
    Artists Corp. 20 reels, sd., color, 70mm. Todd AO. Technicolor.
    Based on the novel by Jules Verne. © Michael Todd Co., Inc.;
    17Oct56; LP9127.

  AROUND THE WORLD REVUE. Universal Pictures Co. 2 reels, sd., b&w,
    35mm. A Universal International picture. © Universal Pictures Co.,
    Inc.; 3Feb56; LP5953.

  AROUND THE WORLD WITH SUPERMAN. SEE Adventures of Superman.

  ARRABALERA. (Girl of the Slums) Producciones Luis Manrique, Mexico.
    Released in the U. S. by Importadora. 88 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Importadora, Inc.; 15Apr51; LP11535.

  THE ARRIVAL. SEE The Ray Milland Show.

  ARRIVEDERCI ROMA. Warwick Film Productions, London. Released in the U.
    S. by Columbia Pictures Corp. 2 reels, sd., color, 35mm.
    Technicolor. © Warwick Film Productions, Ltd.; 19Jun57 (in notice:
    1956); LP8651.

  L’ARRIVEE A PARIS. Focus Films Co., 1951. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (“Accent Aigu” Series) © Focus Films Co.; 15May51; MP1336.

  THE ARROW AND THE BOW. E. I. du Pont de Nemours. Made by Screen
    Televideo Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. (The Cavalcade of
    America) Appl. author: Screen Televideo Productions, employer for
    hire. © E. I. de Pont de Nemours and Co.; 7Jan53 (in notice: 1952);
    LP4088.

  ARROW ARTISTRY. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1951. 10 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (Sports Review Series) © Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp.; 16Mar51; MP1178.

  ARROW IN THE DUST. Allied Artists Productions. Released by Monogram
    Pictures Corp. 80 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. Based on a
    novel by L. L. Foreman. © Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 8Apr54;
    LP3507.

  ARROWHEAD. Paramount Pictures Corp. 105 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Technicolor. Based on a novel by W. R. Burnett. © Paramount Pictures
    Corp.; 1Aug53; LP2891.

  ARROYO. SEE Screen Directors Playhouse.

  ARSENIC SPRINGS. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 392.

  ARSON. SEE Richard Diamond, Private Detective, no. 8608.

  ARSON FOR HIRE. William F. Broidy Pictures Corp. Released by Allied
    Artists Pictures Corp. 67 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Allied Artists
    Pictures Corp.; 24Nov58; LP12417.

  ART. SEE Renaissance on TV, no. 12.

  ART AND LIFE IN ITALY. Coronet, 1950. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © David
    A. Smart; 27Oct50; MP679.

  ART AND MOTION. Paul Burnford Productions. Released by Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films, 1952. 12 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Paul Burnford
    Productions (in notice: Paul Burnford); 28Oct56; MP3231.

  THE ART AND TECHNIQUE OF PLACE KICKING. Godfrey-Groza Place Kicking
    Service. 7 film loops, sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. authors: E. R. Godfrey,
    Lou Groza. © Godfrey-Groza Place Kicking Service; 20Apr56; MP7203.

  ART APPRECIATION. SEE The Search.

  ART FROM SCRAP. International Film Bureau. Made by Crawley Films. 6
    min., sd., color, 16mm. (Creative Hands, no. 12) Kodachrome. Appl.
    author: Wesley H. Greene. © International Film Bureau, Inc.;
    24Jun55; MP6125.

  ART IN AMERICA. March of Time, 1952. 29 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Time,
    Inc.; 3Dec52; MP3351.

  ART IN NUTCRAFT. Frank Joseph Graziano. © 1951. 4 min., si., b&w, 8mm.
    © Frank Graziano; 6Nov51; MU5355.

  ART IN THE WESTERN WORLD. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 30 min.,
    sd., color, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 18Apr58;
    MP8997.

  ART OF ARCHERY. Vitaphone Corp., 1952. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Sports Parade) A Warner Bros. short subject. © The Vitaphone Corp.;
    21Apr52 (in notice: 1951); MP2225.

  THE ART OF OUTDOOR COOKERY. Wine Advisory Board. Made by Gene K.
    Walker Productions. 6 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Wine Advisory Board;
    1Sep58; MP9127.

  THE ART OF ROMANCE. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 97.

  ART OF SALESMANSHIP. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 27.

  THE ART OF SOFT SOLDERING. International Business Machines Corp.,
    Manufacturing Division. 12 min., sd., color, 16mm. Eastman color. ©
    International Business Machines Corp., Manufacturing Division;
    22Oct56; MU6205.

  ART OF TERROR. SEE The Count of Monte Cristo.

  ARTHUR DARNER. SEE The Millionaire.

  ARTHUR GODFREY. Frigidaire Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization.
    10 min., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 15Mar54; MU5655.

  ARTHUR LEE SIMPKINS TELESCRIPTIONS. Snader Telescriptions Corp., 1950.
    19 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Snader Telescriptions Corp.; 20Nov50;
    MP986.

  ARTICHOKES. SEE Edith Green’s Cooking Tips: Artichokes.

  ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION. SEE First Aid Filmettes.

  THE ARTIST. SEE

    Lassie.

    Mr. Adams and Eve.

  ARTIST STORY. SEE Big Town, no. 2.

  ARTISTS AND MODELS. Paramount Pictures Corp. 109 min., sd., color,
    35mm. VistaVision. Technicolor. Based on a play by Michael Davidson
    and Norman Lessing. © Paramount Pictures Corp., Hal B. Wallis, &
    Joseph H. Hazen; 21Dec55; LP5691.

  ARTS AND CRAFTS FOR THE SLOW LEARNER. © 1951. 21 min., si., b&w, 8mm.
    © Alfred Schmidt, Melvin Schumacher, Nathan Wolfe; 13Dec51; MU5364.

  ARTS AND CRAFTS STORY. SEE Pride of the Family.

  ARTS AND FLOWERS. Universal Pictures Co. 6 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker Cartune) A Universal International
    picture. Technicolor. © Universal International; 27Aug56; LP7235.

  ARTUR RUBINSTEIN. SEE Meet the Masters, no. 101.

  AS BOYS GROW. Medical Arts Productions. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Medical Arts Productions; 22Aug57; MP8711.

  AS LONG AS I LIVE. SEE Fireside Theatre.

  AS LONG AS YOU’RE NEAR ME. N. D. F., Munich. Released in the U. S. by
    Warner Bros. Pictures. 101 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. English dialog
    dubbed in. © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 9Jun56; LP8641.

  AS NEGRO. (The Black Ace) El Madora Mexicana, Mexico. Released in the
    U. S. by Importadora. 91 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a plot by
    Roberto Romana. Appl. author: Filmadora Mexicana, S.A. ©
    Importadora, Inc.; 1Nov54; LP11179.

  AS RUSSIA SEES IT. SEE The March of Time, v. 16, no. 5.

  AS THE CROW LIES. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Noveltoon Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 30May51;
    LP955.

  AS THE FLAME DIES. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 47.

  AS THE WHEELS TURN. Jam Handy Organization for Chevrolet Division,
    General Motors Corp. © 1950. 12 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Jam
    Handy Organization, Inc.; 23Oct50; MU5174.

  AS WE FORGIVE. Family Films. 4 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Story and
    screenplay, Robert C. Bruce, Richard F. Morcam. © Family Films.
    Inc.; 15Jul52; LP3696.

  AS WE LIKE IT. Jam Handy Organization for the U. S. Brewers
    Foundation, Inc. © 1951. 373 ft., color, 16mm. © The Jam Handy
    Organization, Inc.; 7May51; MU5311.

  AS WE SEE RUSSIA. SEE Guilty of Treason.

  AS YOU WERE. R&L Productions, 1951. Released by Lippert Pictures. A
    Spartan Productions presentation. 57 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Formerly
    entitled “Present Arms.” © R&L Productions; 5Oct51; LP1214.

  AS YOUNG AS WE ARE. William Alland Productions. Released by Paramount
    Pictures Corp. 76 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. From a story by William
    Alland and Meyer Dolinsky. © Paramount Pictures Corp. & William
    Alland Productions, Inc.; 1Sep58; LP12064.

  AS YOUNG AS YOU FEEL. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1951. 77 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a story by Paddy Chayefsky. © Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp.; 14Jun51; LP1102.

  THE ASCAP MEETING. SEE Here Comes Donald, no. 17.

  ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION. Audio-Visual Center, Indiana University. 10
    min., sd., color, 16mm. (The Continuity of Life Series) Kodachrome.
    © Indiana University; 1Jul54; MP5235.

  THE ASH BLONDE MODEL CASE. SEE The Line-up.

  ASHLEY AND SON. SEE Panic, no. 57-4.

  THE ASHLEY CASE. SEE Whirlybirds, no. 41.

  ASI NACIO EL TANGO. (Thus Was the Tango Born) Estudios San Miguel,
    Argentina. Released in the U. S. by Importadora. 81 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the life of Jose Betinotti. © Importadora, Inc.;
    15Jan45; LP10854.

  ASIAN EARTH. Atlantis Productions. 22 min., sd., color, 16mm. ©
    Atlantis Productions, Inc.; 1Apr54; MP8475.

  ASK ANY GIRL. Euterpe. Released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 98 min., sd.,
    Metrocolor, 35mm. CinemaScope. Based on the novel by Winifred Wolfe.
    © Loew’s, Inc. & Euterpe, Inc.; 15May59; LP13485.

  ASK ME NO QUESTIONS. SEE The Conrad Nagel Theater.

  A-SPEED ON THE DEEP. Vitaphone Corp., 1950. A Warner Bros. short
    subject. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Vitaphone Corp.; 5Dec50;
    MP737.

  THE ASPHALT JUNGLE. Loew’s Inc., 1950. An MGM picture. 112 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on W. R. Burnett’s novel of the same title. ©
    Loew’s Inc.; 25Apr50; LP85.

  ASPHALT PLAYGROUND. Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 25Oct56; MP7837.

  THE ASSASSIN. British Film Makers, London. Released in the U. S. by
    United Artists Corp. 94 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel
    Venetian bird, by Victor Canning. © British Film Makers, Ltd.;
    17Apr53 (in notice: 1952); MP3775.

  THE ASSASSIN. SEE

    Crusader.

    Lilli Palmer Presents the Quality Theatre.

  THE ASSASSINATION OF JULIUS CAESAR. SEE You Are There.

  THE ASSASSINATION STORY. SEE Big Town, no. 31.

  THE ASSASSINS. SEE

    Buffalo Bill, Jr.

    Sergeant Preston of the Yukon.

  ASSAULT (Crime with Passion) Fennada-Filmi Oy, Helsinki. Released in
    the U. S. by George Friedland and Dan L. Sonney. 8 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. With English titles. © Raymond Rohauer; 1Jan56; LP8342.

  ASSAULT: Trailer to the Feature Photoplay. Raymond Rohauer. 1/2 reel,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. NM: “Editing, Abridgement, Advertising and Other New
    Matter.” © Raymond Rohauer; 1Feb57; LP13729.

  ASSAULT AND FLATTERY. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color,
    35mm. (Popeye the Sailor Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    2Jul56; LP6645.

  ASSAULT AND MATTERY. Columbia Pictures Corp. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (World of Sports) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 24Sep53; MP5031.

  THE ASSAULT CASE. SEE The Line-up, no. 36.

  ASSIGNMENT: ANTI-FREEZE SALES. Union Carbide Corp. 20 min., b&w, 16mm.
    © Union Carbide Corp.; 7May59; MU6724.

  ASSIGNMENT ARGENTINA. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Movietone Adventure CinemaScope) © Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp.; 9Oct59; LP14946.

  ASSIGNMENT BRT. SEE Navy Log.

  ASSIGNMENT: CHAMP. SEE Fireside Theatre.

  ASSIGNMENT CHILDREN. Paramount Pictures Corp. 19 min., sd., color,
    35mm. Technicolor. Presented by the United Nations and the Motion
    Picture Industry. © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 1Feb55 (in notice:
    1954); MP5771.

  ASSIGNMENT: MANKIND. Christian Science Pub. Society. 28 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. © Christian Science Pub. Society; 1Aug58; MP9254.

  ASSIGNMENT PARIS. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1952. 9 reels, sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 5Sep52; LP1890.

  THE ASSISTANT COACH. E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. Made by Audio
    Productions. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © E. I. du Pont de Nemours &
    Co., Inc.; 11Mar59; MP9421.

  THE ASTONISHED HEART. General Film Distributors. Released in the U.S.
    by Universal International, 1950. A Sydney Box production. 92 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. © General Film Distributors, Ltd.; 18Oct50 (in
    notice: 1949); LP453.

  ASTRAY IN SPACE. SEE The Lost Planet, no. 8.

  THE ASTROLOGER. SEE My Favorite Husband, no. 12.

  ASTROLOGY. SEE Topper, no. T124.

  ASTRONOMY. SEE Renaissance on TV, no. 11.

  AT FIRST SIGHT. Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp. [1952]
    Produced by Jam Handy Organization. 72 ft., b&w, 35mm. © The Jam
    Handy Organization, Inc.; 18Apr52; MU5405.

  AT GUNPOINT. SEE Gun Point.

  AT HOME WITH DONALD DUCK. SEE Disneyland. 1956-1957, no. 11.

  AT HOME WITH ROYALTY. RKO Pathe, 1952. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Screenliner) © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 18Mar52; MP2184.

  AT JAPAN’S DOORSTEP: OKINAWA. SEE Crusade in the Pacific, no. 20.

  AT MISS MINNER’S. SEE General Electric Theater.

  AT NIGHT ALL CATS ARE GRAY. Panda Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Panda Productions, Inc.; 24Mar54; LP3806.

  AT OUR HOUSE. Communication Materials Center for the Vermont Dept. of
    Health, with the technical assistance of the Public Health Service,
    1950. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Vermont State Department of Health;
    21Dec50; MP1404.

  AT SWORD’S POINT. RKO Radio Pictures, 1952. 81 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 8Feb52; LP1590.

  AT SWORD’S POINT. SEE The Adventures of Blinkey, no. 22.

  AT THE NATCHEZ INN. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  AT THIS MOMENT. Westinghouse Air Brake Co. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 3 reels, color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Jam Handy
    Organization, Inc.; 15Mar54; MU5661.

  AT WAR WITH THE ARMY. York Pictures Corp. and Screen Associates.
    Released by Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 93 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on the play by James Burns Allardice. © York Pictures Corp.
    and Screen Associates, Inc.; 23Jan51 (in notice: 1950); LP679.

  AT WIT’S END. SEE The Adventures of Blinkey, no. 24.

  AT WORK AND PLAY IN YOUR CHEVROLET. Jam Handy Organization for the
    Chevrolet Division, General Motors Corp. © 1950. 1 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 6Nov50; MU5208.

  ATASCEDERO. SEE Confidential File.

  ATHENA. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 96 min., sd., color,
    35mm. Eastman color; print by Technicolor. © Loew’s Incorporated;
    9Nov54; LP4261.

  ATHENA ELECTRONICS COMPANY. Harvard Graduate School of Business
    Administration. 35 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: George W.
    Gibson. © President & Fellows of Harvard College; 5Sep58; MP9135.

  ATHENS. SEE The Count of Monte Cristo.

  ATHENS EPISODE. SEE The Hunter, no. 7.

  ATHENS INTERLUDE. Circle Film Enterprises. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Produced, directed, photographed, and written by Sam Waagenaar. ©
    Circle Film Enterprises, Inc.; 1Jul54; MP5082.

  ATHLETES OF THE SADDLE. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1952. 9 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (Grantland Rice Sportlight) © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    1Aug52; MP2760.

  ATLANTIC CITY. Castle Films, 1951. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. (The World
    Parade) © United World Films, Inc.; 15Sep51; MP2371.

  ATLANTIC CITY HONEYMOON. Republic Pictures Corp., 1950. 6 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 21Dec50 (in notice: 1944);
    LP564.

  ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE: WITH THE MAGDEBURG EXPERIMENT. Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. With film guide. ©
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 28Oct55; MP6836.

  THE ATOM AND AGRICULTURE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 27Jul53 (in
    notice: 1952); MP4010.

  THE ATOM AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 12
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Produced in collaboration with the Division of
    Physical Sciences which includes the Institute of Nuclear Studies,
    the University of Chicago. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films, Inc.; 10Sep53 (in notice: 1952); MP4207.

  THE ATOM AND INDUSTRY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1952. Produced
    in collaboration with the Institute of Nuclear Studies, Division of
    the Physical Sciences, University of Chicago. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 18Nov52; MP3039.

  THE ATOM AND MEDICINE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1952. Produced
    in collaboration with the School of Medicine, Division of Biological
    Sciences, University of Chicago. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 18Nov52; MP3038.

  THE ATOM AND THE DOCTOR. Handel Film Corp. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (The Magic of the Atom) Produced with the technical assistance of
    the U. S. Atomic Energy Commission and the Atomic Energy Project at
    U. C. L. A. © Handel Film Corp.; 1Jul54; MP7128.

  THE ATOM AND THE WEATHER. Handel Film Corp. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (The Magic of the Atom) Produced with the technical assistance of
    the U. S. Atomic Energy Commission and the Atomic Energy Project at
    U. C. L. A. © Handel Film Corp.; 1Nov55; MP7133.

  ATOM AT SPITHEAD. SEE Wire Service.

  THE ATOM COMES TO TOWN. Chamber of Commerce of the United States. 31
    min., sd., color, 16mm. Eastman color. © Chamber of Commerce of the
    United States of America; 25Jun57; MP8235.

  THE ATOM GOES TO SEA. General Electric Co. Made by John Sutherland
    Productions. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © General Electric Co.;
    1Aug54; MP5219.

  THE ATOM IN INDUSTRY. Handel Film Corp. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (The
    Magic of the Atom) Produced with the technical assistance of the U.
    S. Atomic Energy Commission and the Atomic Energy Project at U. C.
    L. A. © Handel Film Corp.; 1Jul54; MP7124.

  ATOM MAN VS. SUPERMAN. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 2 reels each,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.

    1. © 19Jun50; LP177.

    2. © 26Jun50; LP178.

    3. © 3Jul50; LP219.

    4. © 7Jul50; LP220.

    5. © 18Jul50; LP221.

    6. © 24Jul50; LP222.

    7. © 8Aug50; LP256.

    8. © 8Aug50; LP257.

    9. © 15Aug50; LP258.

    10. © 22Aug50: LP289.

    11. © 22Aug50; LP311.

    12. © 5Sep50; LP332.

    13. © 13Sep50; LP340.

    14. © 19Sep50; LP341.

    15. © 26Sep50; LP378.

  ATOM SMASHERS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. Produced in
    collaboration with the Division of the Physical Sciences which
    includes the Institute of Nuclear Studies of the University of
    Chicago. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    Inc.; 27May53 (in notice: 1952); MP4006.

  ATOM SMASHERS. Handel Film Corp. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (The Magic
    of the Atom) Produced with the technical assistance of the U. S.
    Atomic Energy Commission and the Atomic Energy Project at U. C. L.
    A. © Handel Film Corp.; 1Jul54; MP7125.

  THE ATOMIC-AGE FARMER. Handel Film Corp. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (The
    Magic of the Atom) Produced with the technical assistance of the U.
    S. Atomic Energy Commission and the Atomic Energy Project at U. C.
    L. A. © Handel Film Corp.; 1Jun55; MP7136.

  THE ATOMIC ALCHEMIST. Handel Film Corp. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (The
    Magic of the Atom) Produced with the technical assistance of the U.
    S. Atomic Energy Commission and the Atomic Energy Project at U. C.
    L. A. © Handel Film Corp.; 1Sep54; MP7121.

  ATOMIC ALERT. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1951. 15 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc.; 15Mar51; MP1165.

  ATOMIC BIOLOGY FOR MEDICINE. Handel Film Corp. 13 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. (The Magic of the Atom) Produced with the technical assistance
    of the U. S. Atomic Energy Commission and the Atomic Energy Project
    at U. C. L. A. © Handel Film Corp.; 1Nov55; MP7134.

  THE ATOMIC CAPTIVE. SEE Adventures of Superman.

  THE ATOMIC CITY. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1952. 85 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 1May52; LP1794.

  ATOMIC DETECTIVE. Handel Film Corp. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (The
    Magic of the Atom) Produced with the technical assistance of the U.
    S. Atomic Energy Commission and the Atomic Energy Project at U. C.
    L. A. © Handel Film Corp.; 1Nov55; MP7131.

  ATOMIC FURNACES. Handel Film Corp. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (The Magic
    of the Atom) Produced with the technical assistance of the U. S.
    Atomic Energy Commission and the Atomic Energy Project at U. C. L.
    A. © Handel Film Corp.; 1Jun54; MP7129.

  ATOMIC GOLDRUSH. Handel Film Corp. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (The Magic
    of the Atom) Produced with the technical assistance of the U. S.
    Atomic Energy Commission and the Atomic Energy Project at U. C. L.
    A. © Handel Film Corp.; 1Sep55; MP7135.

  THE ATOMIC GREENHOUSE. Handel Film Corp. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (The
    Magic of the Atom) Produced with the technical assistance of the U.
    S. Atomic Energy Commission and the Atomic Energy Project at U. C.
    L. A. © Handel Film Corp.; 1Jul54; MP7248.

  THE ATOMIC KID. Republic Pictures Corp. 86 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Republic Pictures Corp.; 5Nov54; LP4349.

  THE ATOMIC MAN. Anglo Guild Productions. Released by Allied Artists
    Pictures Corp. 78 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Anglo Guild Productions;
    15Mar56 (in notice: 1955); LP5991.

  ATOMIC METALLURGY. Handel Film Corp. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (The
    Magic of the Atom) Produced with the technical assistance of the U.
    S. Atomic Energy Commission and the Atomic Energy Project at U. C.
    L. A. © Handel Film Corp.; 1Jun55: MP7140.

  ATOMIC RADIATION. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. Produced in
    collaboration with the Division of the Physical Sciences which
    includes the Institute of Nuclear Studies, the University of
    Chicago. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    Inc.; 27May53; MP4015.

  ATOMIC RESEARCH: AREAS AND DEVELOPMENT. Coronet Instructional Films.
    14 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: R. Will Burnett. © John
    Smart; 9Sep53; MP3924.

  ATOMIC TIME AND STRUCTURES OF THE UNIVERSE. Donald R. Davis. 29 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. NM: revisions. © Donald R. Davis; 3Oct58; MP9131.

  THE ATOMIC TRAIL. SEE Tales of the Texas Rangers, no. 13.

  ATOMS FOR HEALTH. Handel Film Corp. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (The
    Magic of the Atom) Produced with the technical assistance of the U.
    S. Atomic Energy Commission and the Atomic Energy Project at U. C.
    L. A. © Handel Film Corp.; 1Sep55; MP7139.

  ATTACK. Associates & Aldrich Co. Released by United Artists Corp. 107
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the play Fragile Fox, by Norman
    Brooks. © Associates & Aldrich Co., Inc.; 3Oct56; LP7254.

  ATTACK AT RAS EL MA. SEE Soldiers of Fortune.

  ATTACK IN THE CENTRAL PACIFIC: MAKIN AND TARAWA. SEE Crusade in the
    Pacific, no. 11.

  ATTACK OF THE CRAB MONSTERS. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 70 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. © Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 26Mar57; LP7920.

  ATTACK OF THE 50 FOOT WOMAN. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 65 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. A Woolner production. © Allied Artists Pictures
    Corp.; 28Apr58; LP10412.

  ATTACK OF THE PUPPET PEOPLE. James H. Nicholson and Samuel Z. Arkoff.
    Released by American International Pictures. 79 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Alta Vista Productions; 15Jun58; LP11557.

  ATTACK ON FORT APACHE. SEE Adventures of Rin-Tin-Tin, no. 65.

  ATTACKED BY CAPTAIN KIDD. SEE The Great Adventures of Captain Kidd,
    no. 3.

  THE ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE THEODORE ROOSEVELT. SEE You Are There.

  ATTENTION LADIES. Robert Hall Clothes. Made by Pelican Films. 50 sec.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: Jack Wilcher. © Robert Hall Clothes,
    Inc.; 8Jun56; MU6099.

  ATTILA. Ponti-De Laurentiis, Rome. Released in the U. S. by Attila
    Associates. 83 min., sd., Technicolor. 35mm. A Lux film. Appl.
    authors: Emmio de Concini & Primo Zeglio. © Attila Associates;
    23Apr58; LP14653.

  ATTILA, THE HUN. SEE Captain Z-ro.

  ATTRACTING BIRDS IN WINTER. International Film Bureau. Made by Crawley
    Films. 6 min., sd., color, 16mm. (The Living Science Film Series,
    no. 1) Kodachrome. Appl. author: Wesley H. Greene. Appl. title:
    Living Science Series no. 1: Attracting Birds in Winter (no. 1) ©
    International Film Bureau, Inc.; 25Mar53 (in notice: 1952); MP4197.

  AU DELA DES GRILLES. SEE The Walls of Malapaga.

  AU RESTAURANT. Focus Films Co., 1951. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (“Accent Aigu” Series) © Focus Films Co.; 15May51; MP1334.

  THE AUCTION. SEE

    Our Miss Brooks, no. 87.

    Tales of Wells Fargo.

  THE AUCTIONEER. SEE Big Town, no. 77.

  AUDIO FIDELITY PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS, INC. INVITES YOU TO SEE A NEW
    MICROPHONE & ANALYSES OF SOME STEREO. Audio Fidelity. 14 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Audio Fidelity, Inc.; 9Dec59; MU6822.

  AUDIO-VISUAL EQUIPMENT & MATERIALS. International Business Machines
    Corp. 1435 ft., b&w, 16mm. © International Business Machines Corp.;
    5Jun59; MU6759.

  AUDIO-VISUAL MATERIALS IN TEACHING. Coronet Instructional Films. 15
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of
    Esquire, Inc.; 1Feb56; MP6984.

  AUDIO VISUAL METHODS. International Business Machines Corp. 2400 ft.,
    b&w, 16mm. © International Business Machines Corp.; 5Jun59; MU6758.

  AUDITION FOR AUGUST. (Screenliner, no. 7) RKO Pathe, Inc., 1950. 9
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 24Feb50; MP147.

  AUDREY THE RAINMAKER. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 8 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Noveltoon Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    26Oct51; LP1318.

  AUDUBON AND THE BIRDS OF AMERICA. Coronet Instructional Films. 16
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of
    Esquire, Inc.; 10May57; MP8486.

  AUF WIEDERSEHEN. SEE General Electric Theatre.

  AUGUSTINE CHACON. SEE Stories of the Century.

  AUNT CANDELA. SEE Tia Candela.

  AUNT EMILY. SEE December Bride, no. 121.

  AUNT EMMA. SEE Restless Gun.

  AUNT GUS LEAVES SOCK. SEE The People’s Choice, no. 14.

  AUNT GUS TELLS ALL. SEE The People’s Choice, no. 18.

  AUNT HARRIET. SEE Fury.

  AUNT MATTIE BOYNTON. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 10.

  AUREOMYCIN, THE VERSATILE ANTIBIOTIC. Fordel Films for the Lederle
    Laboratories Division of the American Cyanamid Co., 1950. 3 reels,
    sd., color, 16mm. © Fordel Films; 11Oct50; MP789.

  AUSTRALIA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 2d ed. 22 min., sd., color,
    16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 4Jun59; MP9771.

  AUSTRALIA: THE LAND AND THE PEOPLE. Coronet Instructional Films. 17
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of
    Esquire, Inc.; 3Apr57; MP8480.

  AUSTRALIAN SEARCH. Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    © Revue Productions, Inc.; 22May55; LP7146.

  AUSTRALIAN SURF MASTERS. (Sportscope, no. 2) RKO Pathe, Inc., 1949. 8
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 21Oct49; MP4969.

  AUTO BIOGRAPHY. SEE The Twentieth Century, May 11, 1958.

  AUTO INTOXICATION. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 403.

  AUTO LICENSE BUREAU: GEORGE BECOMES AN AUTHOR. SEE The George Burns
    and Gracie Allen Show, no. 111.

  AUTOMATIC PACKAGING OF STRUCTURAL CLAY PRODUCTS. Structural Clay
    Products Research Foundation. 1 reel, color, 16mm. Kodachrome. Appl.
    author: Paul V. Johnson. © Structural Clay Products Research
    Foundation; 8Feb57; MU6282.

  AUTOMEDIC. Wynn Oil Co. 1 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Wynn Oil Co.;
    26May56; MP7258.

  AUTUMN. SEE

    If This Be Sin.

    John Kieran’s Kaleidoscope, no. 6.

  AUTUMN FEVER. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 144.

  AUTUMN IN ROME. Columbia Pictures Corp. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 2Sep54; MP5599.

  AUTUMN IS AN ADVENTURE: BACKGROUND FOR READING AND EXPRESSION.
    Coronet, 1952. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © David A. Smart; 4Jun52;
    MP2510.

  AUTUMN LEAVES. Columbia Pictures Corp. 11 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 27Jun56; LP6701.

  AUTUMN WINGS. Oregon State Game Commission. 19 min., sd., color, 16mm.
    © Oregon State Game Commission; 25May59; MP9535.

  AVALANCHE. Colorado Dept. of Highways. © Colorado Dept. of Highways;
    16Jul56; MU6134.

  THE AVENGER. SEE

    The Californians, no. 4A.

    The Lone Ranger.

    Trackdown, no. 6411.

    26 Men.

  THE AVENGERS. Republic Productions, 1950. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on the novel “Don Careless” by Rex Beach. © Republic Pictures
    Corp.; 30Jun50; LP189.

  THE AVENGERS. SEE Wire Service.

  LOS AVENTUREROS. Cinematografica Jalisco, Mexico. Released by
    Clasa-Mohme; in the U. S. by Importadora. 77 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Importadora, Inc.; 15Dec54; LP10861.

  AVIATION AND THE STATES. National Assn. of State Aviation Officials.
    Made by Film Originals. 21 min., sd., color, 16mm. © George Oliver
    Smith & Helen Stanfield. Smith d.b.a. Film Originals; 7May59;
    MP9517.

  AVIATION MEMORIES. Bruce Eytinge. 20 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Bruce
    Eytinge; 1Jan31; MP4852.

  THE AWAKENING. Hecuba Corp. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Hecuba Corp.;
    11Nov54; LP4125.

  AWAKENING IN THE PACIFIC. SEE Crusade in the Pacific, no. 2.

  AWARD PERFORMANCE. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue
    Productions, Inc.; 31Dec53; LP3402.

  AWAY ALL BOATS. Universal Pictures Co. 114 min., sd., color, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. VistaVision. Technicolor. Based on
    the book of the same title by Kenneth M. Dodson. © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 3May56; LP6452.

  AWAY, BOARDERS. SEE Telephone Time.

  AWAY WE GO. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization.
    75 ft., color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Chevrolet Motor Division,
    General Motors Corp.; 6Aug56; MU6161.

  THE AWFUL SLEUTH. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 16 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (All Star Comedy) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 19Apr51; LP1239.

  THE AWFUL TOOTH. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1952. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Noveltoon Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 2May52;
    LP1705.

  THE AWKWARD HERO. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 102.

  AZALEAS. SEE How Does Your Garden Grow.

  AZEFF STORY. SEE I Spy.

  AZTEC PAPERS. SEE Captain Z-ro.

  THE AZTECS. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 30Mar55;
    MP5971.


                                   B

  B-DAY FOR EARL. SEE It’s a Great Life.

  THE B FLAT CLARINET. McMurry-Gold Productions. 1 reel, sd., color,
    16mm. (Musical Instrument Series) Kodachrome. With study guide. ©
    Glenn D. McMurry & Leon S. Gold, d.b.a. McMurry-Gold Productions;
    1Dec52; MP3731.

  BABE. Screen Associates. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Screen Associates,
    Inc.; 28Dec53; LP3144.

  BABES IN THE WOOD. SEE Meet Mr. McNutley.

  THE BABIES. SEE The Brothers, no. 12.

  BABIES FOR SALE. SEE Big Town, no. 84.

  THE BABY. SEE Fury.

  BABY BODY BUILDER. Roy W. Hawkins. 1 min., si., Kodachrome, 16mm. ©
    Roy W. Hawkins; 29Apr58; MP8896.

  BABY BOOGIE. United Productions of America. Released by Columbia
    Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.;
    19May55; LP5222.

  BABY BUGGY BUNNY. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Bugs Bunny Special) Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 18Dec54;
    MP6734.

  BABY BUTCH. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Tom and Jerry Cartoon) Technicolor. © Loew’s
    Incorporated; 2Jul54 (in notice: 1953); LP3888.

  BABY CROCKETT. SEE Science Pictures, no. 1.

  BABY DOLL. Newton Productions. Released by Warner Bros. Pictures. 114
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Newtown Productions, Inc.; 29Dec56; LP9720.

  BABY FACE. SEE Whirlybirds, no. 67.

  BABY FACE NELSON. Fryman-ZS Productions. Released by United Artists.
    85 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © F-ZS Productions; 13Nov57; LP9886.

  BABY FOOD - BF-22. H. J. Heinz Co. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 1
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 15Apr59;
    MU6706.

  BABY GOES HOME. Mead-Johnson Co. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 518
    ft., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 31Jan55; MU5847.

  BABY IN A BASKET. SEE City Detective.

  THE BABY IN THE BASKET. SEE City Detective. Baby in a Basket.

  BABY IN THE HOUSE. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 95.

  BABY MAKES TWO. RKO Radio Pictures, 1952. 17 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 26Dec52; LP2466.

  THE BABY MOSES. Moody Bible Institute. Made by Moody Institute of
    Science. 13 min., sd., color, 16mm. Eastman color. © Moody Bible
    Institute of Chicago; 23Feb56; MP8093.

  BABY NEEDS SHOES. SEE City Detective.

  THE BABY RAY STORY. SEE Pete Kelly’s Blues.

  BABY REHEARSAL. SEE December Bride, no. 113.

  THE BABY SITTER. Young America Films, Inc., 1949. 15 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Lewis S. Baer; 20Dec49; MP11.

  THE BABY SITTER. SEE

    The Adventures of the Falcon.

    Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

    Big Town, no. 11.

    Lassie.

  THE BABY SITTERS. SEE

    Fury.

    It’s a Great Life.

  BABY SITTERS JITTERS. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 16 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Mar51; LP883.

  THE BABY SPY. SEE I Spy.

  BABY STORY. SEE Big Town, no. 105.

  BABY WANTS A BATTLE. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color,
    35mm. (Popeye the Sailor Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    24Jul53; LP2773.

  BABY WANTS SPINACH. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1950. 1 reel, sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Popeye the Sailor Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    29Sep50; LP387.

  BABY’S BATH AND SKIN CARE. Diaparene Co., a division of Homemakers’
    Products Corp., 1952. Produced by Apex Film Corp. 1 reel, sd.,
    color, 16mm. © Apex Film Corp.; 11Nov52; MP3036.

  THE BACHELOR. SEE

    All Star Theatre, no. 43.

    Mr. Adams and Eve.

  THE BACHELOR APARTMENT. SEE The Bob Cummings Show, no. 13.

  BACHELOR FATHER. Bachelor Production Co. Approx. 27 min. each, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Bachelor Production Co.

    Bentley and His Junior Image. © 2Feb58; LP11036.

    Bentley and Peter’s Teacher. © 9Nov58; LP13543.

    Bentley and the Baby Sitter. © 9Oct57; LP11004.

    Bentley and the Finishing School. © 14Sep58; LP12743.

    Bentley and the Lady Doctor. © 19Aug57; LP11002.

    Bentley and the PTA. © 1Aug57; LP11005.

    Bentley and the Revolving Housekeepers. © 24Nov58 (in notice: 1957);
      LP12440.

    Bentley and the Social Worker. © 2Mar58; LP10997.

    Bentley and the Talent Contest. © 5Jan58; LP10999.

    Bentley & the Teenage Siren. © 26Oct58; LP14470.

    Bentley and the Wedding Bells. © 23Nov58; LP13542.

    Bentley Leads a Dog’s Life. © 12Oct58; LP13544.

    Bentley, the Homemaker. © 19Jan58; LP12227.

    Bentley vs. the Girl Scouts. (Uncle Bentley vs. the Girl Scouts) ©
      9Aug57; LP11003.

    Bentley’s Big Case. © 21Dec58; LP14425.

    Bentley’s Clubhouse. © 25May58; LP 11929.

    Bentley’s Prospective Son-in-Law. © 11May58; LP11930.

    Date with Kelly. © 5Sep57; LP11000.

    Kelly’s Mad Crush. © 7Dec58; LP13541.

    Parent’s Night. © 28Sep58; LP12742.

    Peter Falls in Love. © 27Apr58; LP11639.

    A Sister for Kelly. © 16Mar58; LP10996.

    Uncle Bentley and the Aunts. © 10Nov57; LP12439.

    Uncle Bentley and the Matchmaker. © 8Jun58; LP12294.

    Uncle Bentley Keeps His Promise. © 23Sep57; LP11001.

    Uncle Bentley Loans Out Peter. © 16Feb58; LP10998.

    Waiting Up for Kelly. © 20Mar58; LP11035.

    Woman of the House. © 13Apr58; LP11638.

  BACHELOR HUSBAND. SEE Celebrity Playhouse, no. 19.

  BACHELOR IN PARIS. VanDyke Pictures Corp., London. Released in the U.
    S. by Lippert Pictures, 1953. 78 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the
    story Clementine, by William Rose. © Lippert Pictures, Inc.;
    28May53; LP2607.

  THE BACHELOR PARTY. Norma Productions. Released by United Artists
    Corp. 92 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Norma Productions, Inc.; 9Apr57 (in
    notice: 1956); LP8467.

  BACHELOR PARTY. SEE

    It’s a Great Life.

    The People’s Choice, no. 4.

  THE BACHELOR TAKES A WIFE. SEE Private Secretary, no. 2.

  THE BACHELOR’S BRIDE. Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Revue Productions, Inc.; 21Jan55; LP6994.

  BACK AGAIN. SEE It’s Back to Robert Hall Again.

  BACK AT THE FRONT. SEE Willie and Joe in Back at the Front.

  BACK FOR CHRISTMAS. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  BACK FROM ETERNITY. RKO Radio Pictures. 97 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © RKO
    Teleradio Pictures, Inc.; 7Sep56; LP7267.

  BACK FROM PARIS. SEE The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, no. 189.

  BACK FROM THE DEAD. Regal Films. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp. 79 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. RegalScope. An Emirau
    production. Based on the novel The Other One, by Catherine Turney. ©
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 22Aug57; LP8906.

  BACK IN UNIFORM. SEE Meet Mr. McNutley.

  THE BACK STROKE. Boulton-Hawker Films. Released by International Film
    Bureau. 9 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: Wesley H. Greene. ©
    International Film Bureau, Inc.; 3Aug56; MP7904.

  BACK TO GOD’S COUNTRY. Universal Pictures Co. 78 min., sd., color,
    35mm. A Universal International picture. Technicolor. Based on the
    story of the same title by James Oliver Curwood. © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 25Nov53; LP3185.

  BACK TO LIFE. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Made by Al Kane
    Productions. 33 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Albert Morris Kane; 15Aug54;
    LP4318.

  BACK TO NATURE. Sonney Amusement Enterprises. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    © Sonney Amusement Enterprises, Inc.; 12Aug58; MP9359.

  BACK TO THE COAL MINES. SEE Col. Humphrey J. Flack.

  BACKFIRE. American Economic Foundation [1952] Produced by Princeton
    Film Center. 1425 ft., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Princeton Film Center,
    Inc.; 2Apr52; MU5377.

  BACKFIRE. Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc., 1950. 91 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Previously entitled “Somewhere in the City.” © Warner Bros.
    Pictures, Inc.; 11Feb50 (in notice: 1948); LP2927.

  BACKFIRE. SEE

    The Adventures of Ellery Queen.

    The Whistler, no. 7.

  BACKGROUND FOR BEAUTY. Jam Handy Organization, Inc., for Ferry-Morse
    Seed Co. © 1950. 17 min., sd., color, 16mm. © The Jam Handy
    Organization, Inc.; title & descr., 18May50; 9 prints, 22May50;
    MU5143.

  BACKING. Aetna Casualty and Surety Co. 4 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (Drivotrainer Film, no. 15) Produced with the cooperation of the
    Board of Education of the City of New York. Author, Paul B. Cullen.
    © The Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 24Feb53; MP3963.

  BACKLASH. Universal Pictures Co. 84 min., sd., color, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. Technicolor. Based on a novel by
    Frank Gruber. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 8Feb56; LP5927.

  BACKLASH. SEE The Adventures of the Falcon.

  BACKPAGE. SEE Mr. Adams and Eve.

  BACKTRAIL. Apex Film Corp., 1951. 26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on
    radio scripts by Fran Striker and Dan Beattie. © The Lone Ranger,
    Inc.; 8Mar51 (in notice: 1950); LP771.

  BACK TRAIL. SEE Zane Grey Theatre, no. 9438.

  BACKWASH. SEE Mr. Adams and Eve.

  THE BACKYARD ARTIST. Pat Dowling Pictures. 10 min., sd., color, 16mm.
    Kodachrome. Appl. author: Thomas James Stanton. © Pat Dowling
    Pictures; 1Dec53; MP4093.

  BACKYARD HOCKEY. RKO Pathe, 1951. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope)
    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 16Nov51; MP2140.

  BACTERIA—FRIEND AND FOE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films; 9Mar54
    (in notice: 1953); MP5886.

  BACTERIA: LABORATORY STUDY. Audio-Visual Center, Division of
    University Extension, Indiana University. 15 min., sd., color, 16mm.
    © Indiana University; 13May58; MP9287.

  BAD ACTOR. SEE Sky King, no. 21.

  THE BAD AND THE BEAUTIFUL. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s,
    1952. 117 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Loew’s Incorporated; 18Nov52;
    LP2123.

  BAD BLONDE. Exclusive Films, London. Released in the U. S. by Lippert
    Pictures, 1953. 79 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a novel by Max
    Catto. © Exclusive Films, Ltd.; 22Apr53 (in notice: 1952); LP2524.

  BAD DAY AT BLACK ROCK. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 81
    min., sd., color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Eastman color. Based on a story
    by Howard Breslin. © Loew’s Incorporated; 6Dec54; LP4305.

  BAD FOR EACH OTHER. Columbia Pictures Corp. 8 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Dec53; LP3124.

  BAD INFLUENCE. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 41.

  BAD JUDGMENT. SEE Trackdown, no. 6435.

  BAD LUCK KID. SEE Crunch and Des.

  BAD MEDICINE. Apex Film Corp., 1950. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © The
    Lone Ranger, Inc.; 14Dec50; LP738.

  BAD MEDICINE. Flying A Pictures, 1951. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Flying A Pictures, Inc.; 8Mar51; LP803.

  BAD MEDICINE. SEE

    Fury.

    Judge Roy Bean.

    Sergeant Preston of the Yukon.

  THE BAD MEN OF RIMROCK. Range Rider Productions, 1953. 3 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Range Rider Productions; 29Jan53 (in notice: 1952);
    LP2240.

  BAD MEN OF THE VALLEY. SEE Adventures of Champion.

  BAD NIGHT IN LOVER’S LANE. SEE City Detective.

  THE BAD SEED. Warner Bros. Pictures. 129 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Warner Bros. First National picture. Based on the play by Maxwell
    Anderson and the novel by William March. © Warner Bros. Pictures,
    Inc.; 29Sep56; LP9289.

  BAD SISTER. John Corfield Productions, London, 1948. Released in the
    U. S. by Universal International. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Released
    in England under the title, “The White Unicorn.” Based on the novel,
    “The White Unicorn,” by Flora Sandstrom. © John Corfield
    Productions, Ltd.; 3Jul48; LP421.

  BAD SISTER. John Corfield Productions, London. Released in the U. S.
    by Universal International, 1948. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Released
    in England under the title, “The White Unicorn.” Based on the novel,
    “The White Unicorn,” by Flora Sandstrom. © John Corfield
    Productions, Ltd.; 3Jul48; LP421.

  BADGE OF EVIL. SEE Touch of Evil.

  BADGE OF HONOR. SEE Zane Grey Theatre, no. 9456.

  THE BADGE OF MARSHAL BRENNAN. Gannaway Productions. Released by Allied
    Artists Pictures Corp. 76 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Allied Artists
    Pictures Corp.; 12Jun57; LP8339.

  BADGE TO KILL. SEE 26 Men.

  THE BADLANDERS. Arcola Pictures Corp. Released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
    83 min., sd., Metrocolor, 35mm. CinemaScope. Perspecta sound. From a
    novel by W. R. Burnett. © Loew’s, Inc. & Arcola Pictures Corp.;
    14Jul58; LP11545.

  BADLANDS OF MONTANA. Regal Films. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp. 75 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. RegalScope. © Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp.; 24Apr57; LP8356.

  BADMAN’S ESCAPE. SEE The Adventures of Kit Carson.

  BADMAN’S GOLD. Jack Schwarz Productions, 1951. Released by Eagle Lion
    Classics. 56 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Jack Schwarz Productions, Inc.;
    3Apr51; LP1077.

  BADMINTON FUNDAMENTALS. Coronet, 1950. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    David A. Smart; 29Sep50; MP539.

  BAFFLING BUNNIES. SEE Terry Bears in Baffling Bunnies.

  BAHAMAS TO WINDWARD. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Grantland Rice Sportlight) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 18Jun54;
    MP5131.

  BAIL OUT AT 43,000. P. T. S. Productions. Released by United Artists
    Corp. 78 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © P. T. S. Productions, Inc.; 2May57;
    LP8461.

  BAIT. Columbia Pictures Corp. 8 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. © Columbia
    Pictures Corp.; 1Mar54; LP3506.

  BAIT CASTING WITH ARTIFICIAL LURES FOR FRESH WATER GAME FISH. SEE
    Sport Angling—Bait Casting with Artificial Lures for Fresh Water
    Game Fish.

  THE BAIT: GOLD. SEE The Lone Ranger.

  THE BAITED HOOK. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  BAJO LA INFLUENCIA DEL MIEDO. Espana Sono Film, Mexico. Released by
    Class-Mohme; in the U. S. by Importadora. 102 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    © Importadora, Inc.; 15Jan55; LP10696.

  BAJOUR. SEE The D. A.’s Man.

  THE BAKER CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  BAKER GRANDEE. SEE Man Against Crime. Oct. 15, 1952.

  THE BAKER MAN. SEE The Red Skelton Show, no. 4.

  THE BAKER OF BARNBURY. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  THE BAKERY. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 65.

  BAKERY HOLD-UP. Interstate Bakeries Corp. Made by Walter Lantz
    Productions. 60 sec., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Walter Lantz Productions,
    Inc.; 20Nov58; LP13726.

  BAL TABARIN. Republic Pictures Corp., 1952. 84 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Republic Pictures Corp.; 19Mar52; LP1822.

  BALANCED AQUARIUM. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.;
    16Feb55 (in notice: 1954) MP5914.

  BALD BABY. SEE December Bride.

  BALI. Dudley Pictures Corp. Released by Republic Pictures Corp. 1
    reel, sd., color, 35mm. (This World of Ours) Trucolor. © Dudley
    Pictures Corp.; 13Dec54; MP5552.

  BALI TODAY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1951. 10 min., sd., color,
    16mm. © The Condé Nast Publications, Inc.; 13Jun51; MP1732.

  BALLAD FOR A BADMAN. SEE The Westinghouse-Desilu Playhouse, no. 10.

  THE BALLAD OF GABE PRUITT. SEE Buckskin.

  THE BALLAD OF JUBAL PICKETT. Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Revue Productions, Inc.; 27Nov55 LP7138.

  THE BALLAD OF OSCAR WILDE. SEE Have Gun - Will Travel.

  THE BALLAD OF THE BIG E. SEE Navy Log.

  BALLAD OF THE WEST. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1950. 2 reels,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc.; 15Mar50;
    MP462.

  THE BALLERINA. SEE

    Lassie.

    Meet McGraw.

  BALLET-OOP. United Productions of America. Released by Columbia
    Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. © Columbia
    Pictures Corp.; 11Feb54 (in notice: 1953); LP3396.

  THE BALLOT BOX. SEE Crusader.

  BALLOT BOX BUNNY. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1952. 1 reel, sd., color,
    35mm. (Looney Tune Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 13Jan52 (in
    notice: 1950); MP1981.

  BALMVILLE TREE. Frank J. Graziano. 4 min., color, 8mm. Kodachrome. ©
    Frank Graziano; 30Jul53; MU5566.

  THE BALTIMORE PLAN. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 21 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 13Apr53; MP3983.

  BAMBI. SEE Walt Disney Story Classics.

  THE BAMBOO CROSS. SEE Fireside Theatre.

  THE BAMBOO PRISON. Columbia Pictures Corp. 80 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Formerly entitled “I Was A Prisoner In Korea.” © Columbia Pictures
    Corp.; 22Sep54; LP4236.

  BAMBOOZLED IN BOMBAY. SEE The Gale Storm Show.

  BANANA BOAT TO BLANCA BAY. Revue Productions in association with MCA
    TV. Approx. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Heinz Studio 57) © Revue
    Productions, Inc.; 15Oct55; LP6872.

  BAND OF ANGELS. Warner Bros. Pictures. 127 min., sd., WarnerColor,
    35mm. From the novel by Robert Penn Warren. © Warner Bros. Pictures,
    Inc.; 3Aug57; LP12348.

  THE BAND WAGON. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 112 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. © Loew’s Incorporated; 3Jul53;
    LP2715.

  BANDAGE BAIT. Loew’s, 1951. An MGM picture. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Pete Smith Specialty Series) © Loew’s Inc.; 22May51; LP1065.

  BANDIDO. Bandido Productions. Released by United Artists Corp. 92
    min., sd., color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Color by DeLuxe. © Bandido
    Productions; 20Aug56; LP8148.

  THE BANDIDOS. Flying A Pictures, 1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Flying A Pictures, Inc.; 28Oct52; LP2008.

  BANDIT, BANKER, AND BLONDE. Ace Pictures, Inc., 1950. 2 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © General Television Enterprises, Inc.; 15Apr50 (in
    notice: 1949); LP57.

  BANDIT CHIEF. SEE The Sheriff of Cochise, no. 25.

  BANDIT ISLAND. BeBe Corp. Released by Lippert Pictures. 25 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. A three-dimensional film. Photographed in Stereo
    Vision. © BeBe Corp.; l6Sep53; LP2904.

  THE BANDIT OF ZHOBE. Warwick Film Productions. Released by Columbia
    Pictures Corp. 80 min., sd., Technicolor, 35mm. CinemaScope. Based
    on an original story by Richard Maibaum. © Warwick Film Productions,
    Ltd.; 15Mar59 (in notice: 1958); LP14136.

  BANDIT QUEEN. Lippert Productions, 1950. 70 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Lippert Productions, Inc.; 18Nov50; LP584.

  BANDIT QUEEN. SEE 26 Men.

  THE BANDIT STALLION. Range Rider Productions, 1952. 25 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Range Rider Productions; 18Feb52; LP1508.

  BANDIT’S HIDE-OUT. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  BANDITS IN UNIFORM. Lone Ranger, Inc., 1953. Produced by Jack Chertok
    Productions. 26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George W. Trendle.
    Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, Inc., employer for hire. ©
    The Lone Ranger, Inc.; 22Jan53 (in notice: 1952); LP2487.

  THE BANDITS OF BOULDER BLUFF. Flying A Pictures, 1951. 25 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Flying A Pictures, Inc.; 25Jun51; LP1016.

  BANDITS OF CORSICA. Global Productions. Released by United Artists
    Corp., 1953. 82 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A sequel to the motion picture
    Corsican Brothers which was adapted from the novel by Alexandre
    Dumas. © Global Productions, Inc.; 27Feb53; LP2363.

  BANDITS OF EL DORADO. SEE Tales of the Texas Rangers, no. 24.

  THE BANDITS OF PANAMINT. Pacific Coast Borax Co., 1953. Made by Flying
    A Pictures. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. (Death Valley Days) Appl.
    author: McCann-Erickson, Inc. © Borax Consolidated, Ltd. (Pacific
    Coast Borax Co.); 31Mar53; LP2692.

  BANDITS OF THE WEST. Republic Pictures Corp. 54 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 29Jul53; LP2936.

  BANDO DA LUA BOYS TELESCRIPTIONS. Snader Telescriptions Corp., 1951.
    18 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Snader Telescriptions Corp.; 12Mar51;
    MP1495.

  BANDSTAND. Frank B. Sawdon, Inc. Made by Pelican Films. 20 sec., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: Jack Wilcher. © Robert Hall Clothes, Inc.;
    13Sep54; MU5776.

  BANGKOK, GOLDEN TEMPLE PARADISE. Circle Film Enterprises, 1953. 13
    min., sd., color, 16mm. © Circle Film Enterprises, Inc.; 1Mar53;
    MP3427.

  BANGKOK, OASIS ON A TROUBLED CONTINENT. March of Time. 28 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Time, Inc.; 4Jun53; MP3943.

  THE BANGOR AND AROOSTOOK RAILROAD. Harvard Graduate School of Business
    Administration. 35 min., sd., color, 16mm. Appl author: Bruce E.
    Harding. © President & Fellows of Harvard College; 1May58; MP9136.

  THE BANK ACCOUNT. SEE Leave It to Beaver.

  THE BANK DICK. SEE Hurry, Hurry.

  BANK RAID. SEE Invisible Man, no. 13.

  THE BANK ROBBERY. SEE

    The Dennis Day Show, no. 127.

    My Favorite Husband, no. 4.

    The Sheriff of Cochise, no. 23.

  BANK SECURITIES. SEE Topper, no. T105.

  THE BANK TELLER. SEE Col. Humphrey J. Flack.

  BANKER’S CHOICE. Apex Film Corp., 1950. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Based
    on a radio script entitled “Soldier Son” by Francis Hamilton
    Striker. © The Lone Ranger, Inc.; 23Nov50; LP730.

  THE BANKER’S SON. SEE The Lone Ranger.

  BANKING ON BOB. Coronet, 1950. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © David A.
    Smart; 30Aug50; MP822.

  THE BANKMOUSE. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  BANNER IN THE SKY. SEE Third Man on the Mountain.

  BANNERLINE. Loew’s, 1951. An MGM picture. 86 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Loew’s Inc.; 14Sep51; LP1198.

  BANNISTER WINS THE MILE RUN. SEE You Are There.

  BAR. West End Brewing Co. of Utica, N. Y. Made by Doyle Dane Bernbach.
    60 sec., b&w. © West End Brewing Co. of Utica, N. Y.; 15May59;
    MU6738.

  THE BAR SINISTER. SEE It’s a Dog’s Life.

  BAR 20 RIDES AGAIN. Castle Films, 1950. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based
    on the book of the same title by Clarence E. Mulford. © United World
    Films, Inc.; 15Feb50 (in notice: MCMXLX); LP2324.

  BARBARA GOES TO CHARM SCHOOL. SEE Those Whiting Girls, no. 3.

  BARBARA LYDON. SEE The Millionaire.

  BARBARA MOVES OUT. SEE Those Whiting Girls, no. 13.

  THE BARBARA STANWYCK SHOW. Barden Productions. 27 min. each, sd., b&w,
    16mm. Credits: Producer, Jack Denove. © Barden Productions.

    Sudden Silence. © 1Mar56; LP6513.

  BARBARA’S BEST FRIEND. SEE Those Whiting Girls, no. 4.

  BARBARA’S LOVE SONG. SEE Those Whiting Girls, no. 12.

  BARBARA’S RIVAL. SEE Those Whiting Girls, no. 9.

  THE BARBARIAN. SEE The 77th Bengal Lancers, no. 16.

  THE BARBARIAN AND THE GEISHA. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 105
    min., sd., Color by DeLuxe, 35mm. CinemaScope. © Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp.; 2Oct58; LP12674.

  BARBARY COAST. SEE Tales of Wells Fargo.

  BARBARY-COAST BUNNY. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Looney Tune Cartoon. Bugs Bunny Special) Technicolor. © Vitaphone
    Corp.; 21Jul56; MP8406.

  BARBARY PIRATE. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1949. 64 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 10Nov49; LP2789.

  BARBECUE. Pabst Brewing Co. Made by Warwick & Legler. 50 sec., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Pabst Brewing Co.; 9Jun54; MP4882.

  BARBECUE. SEE The Damon Runyon Theatre, no. 27.

  BARBECUE BRAWL. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Tom and Jerry Cartoon) CinemaScope. Perspecta sound.
    Technicolor. © Loew’s Incorporated; 7Dec56; LP7620.

  BARBECUE STORY. SEE Pride of the Family.

  BARBED WIRE. Gene Autry Productions. Released by Columbia Pictures
    Corp., 1952. 61 min., sd., sepia, 35mm. © Gene Autry Productions;
    29May52; LP1728.

  BARBED WIRE CHRISTMAS. SEE Cavalcade of America.

  BARBED-WIRE PREACHER. SEE Crossroads.

  BARBER OF SEVILLE, and PROMETEO. Variety Film Distributors.
    Distributed by United Artists, 1950. 11 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Amerigo Benefico; 3Jul50; MP444.

  BARBER SHOP. SEE You’ll Never Get Rich.

  THE BARBER’S BOY. SEE The Californians, no. 10A.

  BARBITURATES. SEE Confidential File.

  BARDELL VS. PICKWICK. SEE Lilli Palmer Presents the Quality Theatre.

  BAREFACED FLATFOOT. United Productions of America. Released by
    Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (The
    Near-Sighted Mr. Magoo Cartoon) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 26Apr51
    (in notice: 1950); LP1250.

  BAREFOOT BATTALION. Peter Boudoures Film Co. 89 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    In Greek, with English titles added. © Peter Boudoures Film Co.;
    31Dec53; LP7539. (SEE ALSO Barefoot Battalion; 25Mar54 (in notice:
    1953); LP5839)

  BAREFOOT BATTALION. Peter Boudoures Film Co. 89 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    In Greek, with English titles added. © Peter Boudoures Film Co.;
    25Mar54 (in notice: 1953); LP5839. (SEE ALSO Barefoot Battalion;
    31Dec53; LP7539)

  THE BAREFOOT CONTESSA. Figaro. Released by United Artists Corp. 128
    min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. © Figaro, Inc.; 30Sep54;
    LP4150.

  THE BAREFOOT EMPRESS. SEE The Count of Monte Cristo.

  THE BAREFOOT MAILMAN. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 83 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. Based on the novel of the same title by Theodore Pratt.
    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 9Nov51; LP1317.

  THE BARGAIN. SEE

    Crusader.

    Walter Winchell File, no. 22.

  BARGAIN BATTERY—STANG. Delco Battery. 1 min. Appl. author: Arthur R.
    Ross. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 21Jul55; MU5924.

  BARGAIN BATTERY—STANG. Delco Battery. 20 sec. Appl. author: Arthur R.
    Ross. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 21Jul55; MU5923.

  BARGAIN BRIDE. SEE General Electric Theatre.

  BARGAIN DAZE. SEE The Talking Magpies in Bargain Daze.

  BARGAIN MADNESS. Loew’s, 1951. An MGM picture. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Pete Smith Specialty Series) © Loew’s Inc.; 28Jun51; LP1066.

  THE BARKER CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  BARKERVILLE. SEE The People’s Choice, no. 7.

  BARKING CHAMPS. Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. (World
    of Sports) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 12May55; MP6268.

  BARN RAISING, U.S.A. Aluminum Co. of America. 17 min., sd., color,
    16mm. Kodachrome. © Aluminum Co. of America; 30Aug54; MU5768.

  BARNABY. SEE Meet McGraw.

  BARNABY BOGGS, ESQ. Apex Film Corp., 1950. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Suggested by a radio script by Fran Striker. © The Lone Ranger,
    Inc.; 2Feb50; LP482.

  BARNEY’S ANIMATED FILM COMMERCIAL. Emil Mogul Co. [1953] 20 sec., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: Myron Mahler. © Emil Mogul Co., Inc.;
    13May53; MU5554.

  BARNEY’S HUNGRY COUSIN. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s, 1952.
    7 min., sd., color, 35mm. © Loew’s Incorporated; 7Nov52 (in notice:
    1951); LP2369.

  BARNYARD ACTOR. SEE Gandy Goose in Barnyard Actor.

  BARNYARD BABIES. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Topper Series) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 2Nov51; LP1262.

  BARNYARD FROLICS. Universal International. Released by Universal
    Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. (Variety View) © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 26Jan58; LP11604.

  BARNYARD SKIING. (Sportscope, no. 5) RKO Pathe, Inc., 1950. 8 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 13Jan50; MP5109.

  BAROMETER FALLING. SEE Man Against Crime, Apr. 18, 1954.

  THE BARON OF ARIZONA. Deputy Corp. Released by Lippert Productions,
    Inc., 1950. 97 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Deputy Corp.: 12Feb50;
    LP2925.

  THE BARON OF ARIZONA. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 363.

  THE BARON OF BROKEN BOW. Flying A Pictures. 1951. 25 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Flying A Pictures. Inc.; 19Feb51 (in notice: 1950); LP756.

  THE BARRETTS OF WIMPOLE STREET. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by
    Loew’s. 105 min., sd., color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Metrocolor. Based
    on the play by Rudolf Besier. © Loew’s Incorporated; 2Jan57 (in
    notice: 1956); LP7435.

  BARRICADE. Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc., 1950. 75 min., sd., color,
    35mm. © Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc.; 1Mar50 (in notice: 1949);
    LP2951.

  THE BARRIER. Family Films. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Story and
    screenplay, Ralph Jester, Charles F. Royal (pseud. of Pierre
    Couderc) © Family Films, Inc.; 27Sep51; LP3671.

  EL BARRO HUMANO. Producciones Luis Cesar Amadori, Argentina. Released
    by Clasa-Mohme; in the U. S. by Importadora. 101 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the work of Luis Rodriguez Acasuso. © Importadora,
    Inc.; 1May55; LP10848.

  THE BARTERED BRIDEGROOM. SEE City Detective.

  BARTHOLDI. SEE Man Against Crime, Dec. 17, 1952.

  BARUA A SOLTANI. The King’s Letter. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 26
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.;
    29May59; MP9768.

  BASEBALL. Gillette Co., 1952. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Television
    commercial. Appl. title: Look Sharp March Opening. © The Gillette
    Co.; 1Oct52; MP3169.

  BASEBALL BEAR. SEE Hamm’s Beer Commercials, H-420-SC.

  A BASEBALL ROOKIE’S BIG CHANCE. March of Time, 1953. 29 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Time, Inc.; 25Mar53; MP3566.

  BASEBALL STORY. SEE Big Town, no. 53.

  BASEBALL’S ACROBATIC ACE. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Grantland Rice Sportlight) © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    8Apr55; MP5832.

  THE BASHFUL BUZZARD. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Blue Ribbon Cartoon) Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 23Nov45;
    MP5338.

  BASIC COURT PROCEDURES. Coronet, 1949. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    David A. Smart; 5Dec49; MP112.

  BASIC ELEMENTS OF PRODUCTION: NATURAL RESOURCES, LABOR, CAPITAL,
    MANAGEMENT. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 29Nov54;
    MP5859.

  BASIC ENDODONTICS. Schering Corp. 28 min., sd., color, 16mm. ©
    Schering Corp.; 8Oct59; MU6794.

  BASIC ESTIMATING PRINCIPLES. SEE Sheet Metal Correction, pt. 1.

  BASIC MOTION AND TIME STUDY. SEE Industrial Engineering Series: Basic
    Motion and Time Study.

  BASIC NATURE OF SEXUAL REPRODUCTION. Audio-Visual Center, Indiana
    University. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Indiana University; 28Nov56;
    MP7923.

  BASIC SNARE DRUM TECHNIQUE. Troxel Music Enterprises. Released by
    Southwest Film Industries. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. By James Marvin
    Troxel. © Troxel Music Enterprises, Inc.; 1Sep58; MP9333.

  BASIC TELEVISION. SEE

    Antenna Installation.

    Deflection Output Circuits.

    Localizing Troubles.

    Practical TV Alignment.

    Television Receivers.

    Television System.

  BASILIO VS. DEMARCO. SEE Famous Fights, no. 21.

  THE BASKETBALL FIX. Jack Broder Productions. Released by Realart
    Pictures, 1951. 68 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Jack Broder Productions,
    Inc.; 8Sep51; LP1661.

  BASKETBALL HEADLINERS. RKO-Pathe. 15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 13Apr54; MP4929.

  BASKETBALL HEADLINERS. RKO-Pathe. 15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © RKO
    Teleradio Pictures, Inc.; 18Apr56; MP7255.

  BASKETBALL HEADLINERS OF 1950. RKO Pathe, Inc., 1950. 15 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 21Apr50; MP176.

  BASKETBALL HEADLINERS OF 1951. RKO Pathe, 1951. 16 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 13Apr51; MP1630.

  BASKETBALL HEADLINERS OF 1952. RKO-Pathe, 1952. 15 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 18Apr52; MP2685.

  BASKETBALL HIGHLIGHTS. RKO-Pathe. 15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 9Apr55; MP6062.

  BASKETBALL HIGHLIGHTS. RKO Radio Pictures. 15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 15Apr53; MP4040.

  BASKETBALL STRATEGY FOR GIRLS. A-V Educational Productions. 1 reel,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © A-V Educational Productions, Inc.; 15Apr55;
    MP6692.

  BASKETBALL TECHNIQUES FOR GIRLS. A-V Educational Productions. 1 reel,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © A-V Educational Productions, Inc.; 15Apr55;
    MP6691.

  BASKETBALL’S ACES IN ACTION. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. (Movietone Sports CinemaScope) © Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp.; 10Jun59; MP9588.

  BASSETT VS. PEREZ. SEE Famous Fights, no. 47.

  THE BAT. Liberty Pictures Corp. Released by Allied Artists Pictures
    Corp. 80 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the Wagenhals-Kemper play by
    Mary Roberts Rinehart and Avery Hopwood. © Liberty Pictures Corp.;
    21Jul59; LP13957.

  BAT BOY. RKO-Pathe. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) © RKO-Pathe,
    Inc.; 3Sep53; MP4176.

  BAT MASTERSON. Ziv Television Programs. 1 reel each, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Ziv Television Programs, Inc.

    Bear Bait. © 12Nov58; LP14165.

    Dude’s Folly. © 26Nov58; LP14166.

    The Fighter. © 29Oct58; LP14164.

    A Noose Fits Anybody. © 19Nov58; LP14168.

    Stampede at Tent City. © 5Nov58; LP14167.

  BAT MASTERSON FOR SHERIFF. SEE The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp, no.
    58.

  A BAT NAMED BENNY. Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. Made by Moody
    Institute of Science. 13 min., sd., color, 16mm. Eastman color. ©
    Moody Bible Institute of Chicago; 7Dec56; MP7817.

  BATHING GIRLS, THEN AND NOW. Blackhawk Films, 1952. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    16mm. Adapted from the motion picture “Figuratively Speaking,”
    produced by Jantzen, Inc. © Blackhawk Films, Inc.; 25Jun52; MP2544.

  BATMAN AND ROBIN. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 2 reels, sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on characters created by Bob Kane in the cartoon strip
    of the same title. © Columbia Pictures Corp.

    3. Robin’s Wild Ride. © 10Jan50 (in notice: 1949); LP6.

  BATTERY TOWN. Delco Battery. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co. 180 sec. Appl.
    author: Campbell-Ewald Co., employer for hire of E. W. Birnbryer,
    author of script. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 13Dec57; MU6425.

  BATTLE. Whitehall Pharmacal Co. 3 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author:
    William McDonald Scudder. © Whitehall Pharmacal Co.; 11Jan54;
    MP4278.

  THE BATTLE AGAINST MALARIA. Arabian American Oil Co. Made by Studio
    Alliance in cooperation with Byron. 15 min., sd., color, 16mm.
    Eastman color. © Arabian American Oil Co.; 22Apr57; MU6306.

  THE BATTLE AT APACHE PASS. Universal, 1952. 85 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 18Feb52; LP1504.

  BATTLE AT BRADLEY’S. SEE Sergeant Preston of the Yukon.

  BATTLE AXE. SEE Gene Autry Series, no. 74.

  BATTLE CIRCUS. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s, 1953. 90 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a story by Allen Rivkin and Laura Kerr. ©
    Loew’s Incorporated; 23Jan53 (in notice: 1952); LP2290.

  BATTLE CRY. Warner Bros. Pictures. 148 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    CinemaScope. Warnercolor. Based on the novel by Leon M. Uris. ©
    Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 12Mar55 (in notice: 1954); LP6472.

  BATTLE FLAME. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 78 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 29Apr59; LP13238.

  BATTLE FOR A SOUL. SEE General Electric Theater.

  BATTLE FOR THE MARIANAS. SEE Crusade in the Pacific, no. 15.

  BATTLE HYMN. Universal Pictures Co. 108 min., sd., color, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. CinemaScope. Technicolor. ©
    Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 3Jan57; LP7428.

  BATTLE OF BRITAIN. SEE Air Power, no. 5.

  BATTLE OF DABBIT RUN. Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Revue Productions, Inc.; 7May55; LP6805.

  THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 30
    min., sd., color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Eastman color. © Loew’s
    Incorporated; 8Jun56 (in notice: 1955); MP7483.

  THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG. Robert L. Temple. 60 min., sd., color, 16mm.
    © Robert L. Temple; 1Jun59; MU6745.

  THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG. Robert L. Temple. 22 min., sepia & b&w,
    16mm. © Robert L. Temple; 2Dec59; MU6821.

  A BATTLE OF NERVES. SEE The Man on the Eiffel Tower.

  BATTLE OF ROGUE RIVER. Columbia Pictures Corp. 7 reels, sd., color,
    35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Mar54; LP3505.

  BATTLE OF THE BULGE. Universal Pictures Co., 1951. 9 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Variety View Series, no. 189) © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    10Jan51 (in notice: 1950); MP806.

  BATTLE OF THE CORAL SEA. Columbia Pictures Corp. 10 reels, sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 10Oct59; LP14572.

  BATTLE OF THE FLOWERS, Universal International. Released by Universal
    Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm, (Universal International
    Color Parade) © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 23Sep57; LP11682.

  BATTLE OF THE SEXES. SEE The Ray Milland Show.

  BATTLE OF TOWER ROCK. SEE Restless Gun.

  THE BATTLE OF YORKTOWN. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 14 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 3Feb58; MP8938.

  THE BATTLE ROYAL. Castle Films, 1951. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. © United
    World Films, Inc.; 15Nov51; MP3044.

  BATTLE SCENE. General Television Enterprises, Inc., 1949. 1 reel, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © General Television Enterprises, Inc.; 30Dec49; LP2749.

  BATTLE STATIONS. Columbia Pictures Corp. 9 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on a story by Ben Finney. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Feb56
    (in notice: 1955); LP5900.

  BATTLE TAXI. Ivan Tors Films. Released by United Artists Corp. 80
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Ivan Tors Films, Inc.; 26Jan55 (in notice:
    1954); LP4513.

  BATTLE ZONE. Allied Artists Productions, 1952. 82 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Allied Artists Productions, Inc.; 28Sep52; LP2033.

  BATTLING BIG FISH. Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (World of Sports) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 17Dec53; MP4447.

  BATULA. Louis G. Cowan, Inc., 1952. 24 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Fearless
    Fosdick Adventures, no. A-6) Based on a comic strip character
    created by Al Capp [pseud. of Alfred Gerald Caplin] Appl. title:
    Fearless Fosdick in Batula. © Louis G. Cowan, Inc.; 14Sep52 (in
    notice: 1951); LP2273.

  THE BAUER GIRLS. RKO Pathe, 1950. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope
    Series, no. 9) © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 5May50; MP328.

  THE BAXTER BOY (THAT BAXTER BOY). Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue Productions, Inc.; 4Mar56; LP7141.

  THE BAY MEADOWS. SEE The Line-Up.

  BAYOU. American National Films. Released by United Artists Corp. 88
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © American National Films, Inc.; 14Jun57;
    LP8607.

  BAYOU TONTINE. SEE The Adventures of Jim Bowie, no. 24.

  BE BOP. SEE The Ray Milland Show.

  BE MY ALIBI. Lindsley Parsons Productions, 1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Lindsley Parsons Productions, Inc.; 7Jul52; LP1807.

  BE MY GUEST. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization.
    75 ft., color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Chevrolet Motor Division of
    General Motors Corp.; 15Nov54; MU5800.

  BE SAFE. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 74
    ft., b&w, 35mm. © Chevrolet Motor Division of General Motors Corp.;
    23Mar56; MU6067.

  BE THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE. Donald Sharp Williams [1952] 1 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Donald Sharp Williams; 30Apr52; MU5447.

  BEACH AND SEA ANIMALS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. Second edition. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.;
    19Dec57; MP8926.

  BEACH BANDIT. SEE The Bob Cummings Show, no. 79.

  THE BEACH OF NAZARE. RKO-Pathe. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Screenliner)
    © RKO Teleradio Pictures, Inc.; 8Jan57; MP7914.

  BEACH PEACH. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1950. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Popeye the Sailor Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 12May50;
    LP386.

  THE BEACH STORY. SEE The Millionaire.

  THE BEACHCOMBER. London Independent Producers. Released in the U. S.
    by United Artists Corp. 82 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor.
    Based on a story by W. Somerset Maugham. © London Independent
    Producers, Ltd.; 3Aug54; LP4560.

  THE BEACHCOMBER. SEE Navy Log.

  BEACHHEAD. Aubrey Schenck Productions. Released by United Artists
    Corp. 89 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. Based on the novel
    “I’ve Got Mine,” by Richard G. Hubler. © Aubrey Schenck Productions,
    Inc.; 25Feb54 (in notice: 1953); LP3276.

  THE BEACHPOUNDERS. SEE Navy Log.

  BEANSTALK BUNNY. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Bugs Bunny Special) Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 12Feb55 (in
    notice: 1954); MP6876.

  THE BEAR. SEE Lassie.

  BEAR AND CANOE. SEE Hamm’s Beer Commercials, no. H-532-SC.

  BEAR AND FAN. SEE Hamm’s Beer Commercials, no. H-534-SC.

  BEAR AND MOOSE. H-305R-SC. Theo. Hamm Brewing Co. Made by
    Campbell-Mithun. 1 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Theo. Hamm Brewing Co.;
    14Apr57; MP8356.

  BEAR AND SCISSORS. SEE Hamm’s Beer Commercials, no. H-538-SC.

  BEAR AND SHOT PUT. SEE Hamm’s Beer Commercials, no. H-536-SC.

  BEAR AND STUMP. SEE Hamm’s Beer Commercials, no. H-429-SC.

  THE BEAR AND THE HUNTER. Aktiebolaget Svensk Filmindustri, Stockholm.
    Released in the U. S. by Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. With film guide. © Aktiebolaget Svensk Filmindustri;
    12Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7585.

  BEAR AND UPSIDE DOWN CAN. SEE Hamm’s Beer Commercials, no. H-539-SC.

  BEAR BAIT. SEE Bat Masterson.

  BEAR COUNTRY. Walt Disney Productions. Released by RKO Radio Pictures,
    1952. 33 min., sd., color, 35mm. (True-Life Adventure Series)
    Technicolor. © Walt Disney Productions; 21Nov52; MP3552.

  BEAR COUNTRY. SEE Disneyland. 1956-1957, no. 34.

  BEAR CRAZY. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1953. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Topper Series) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 29May53; MP3615.

  BEAR CUBS GO RURAL. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Variety View) A Universal International picture. © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 13Dec56; LP7704.

  THE BEAR FLAG. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 375.

  A BEAR FOR PUNISHMENT. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1951. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Looney Tunes Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 29Oct51
    (in notice: 1950); MP1734.

  BEAR HUNT. Coronet, 1950. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © David A. Smart;
    30Aug50; MP821.

  BEAR JAM. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. (Pacemaker)
    © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 19Mar54; MP5138.

  BEAR MOUNTAIN. Frank Joseph Graziano. 4 min., 8mm. © Frank Graziano;
    8Jul54; MU5759.

  BEAR.

    For other titles beginning with Bear SEE Hamm’s Beer Commercials.

  BEARCATS. SEE Hamm’s Beer Commercials, no. H-410-SC.

  BEARLY ASLEEP. Walt Disney Productions. Released by RKO Radio
    Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Donald Duck Cartoon)
    Technicolor. © Walt Disney Productions; 16Jun55; LP5381.

  THE BEAST. SEE Alcoa Presents One Step Beyond.

  BEAST FROM OUTER SPACE. SEE King Dinosaur.

  THE BEAST FROM 20,000 FATHOMS. Warner Bros. Pictures, 1953. 80 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Suggested by a story by Ray Bradbury. © Warner Bros.
    Pictures, Inc.; 16Jun53; LP2638.

  THE BEAST OF BUDAPEST. Barlene Corp. Released by Allied Artists
    Pictures Corp. 74 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a story by Louis
    Stevens. © Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 18Dec57; LP9468.

  THE BEAST OF HOLLOW MOUNTAIN. Nassour Studios. Released by United
    Artists Corp. 79 min., sd., color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Color by
    DeLuxe. From an idea by Willis O’Brien. © Nassour Studios, Inc.;
    13Sep56; LP7118.

  THE BEAST WITH A MILLION EYES. San Mateo Productions. Released by
    American Releasing Corp. 77 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © San Mateo
    Productions, Inc.; 22Aug55; LP8034.

  BEAT BALL. Audio Visual Center, Indiana University, 1951. 5 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Indiana University; 27Mar51; MP1357.

  THE BEAT GENERATION. Albert Zugsmith Productions. Released by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 93 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. CinemaScope. © Loew’s
    Inc. & Albert Zugsmith Productions, Inc.; 9Mar59; LP13007.

  BEAT THE BAND. SEE The Gale Storm Show.

  BEAT THE DEVIL. Santana Pictures, Los Angeles, and Romulus Films,
    London. Released in the U. S. by United Artists Corp. 93 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel of the same title by James Helvick. ©
    Santana Pictures, Inc.; 3Mar54 (in notice: 1953); LP3658.

  BEATNIK. West End Brewing Co. of Utica, N. Y. Made by Doyle Dane
    Bernbach. 60 sec., b&w. © West End Brewing Co. of Utica, N. Y.;
    25Sep59; MU6787.

  BEATNIK SHOW. SEE December Bride.

  THE BEATNIKS. Barjul International Pictures. 72 min., b&w, 35mm,
    Screenplay by Paul Frees; original story by Joyce Terry and Kenny
    Herts. © Barjul International Pictures, Inc.; 25May59; LU3154.

  THE BEATSALL DAIRY PLAN. Paul Hance Productions, Inc., for Kasco
    Mills, Inc., 1950. 19 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Paul Hance
    Productions, Inc.; 3Jan50; MP103.

  BEAU BRUMMELL. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 111 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. Eastman color; print by Technicolor. Based on the play
    of the same title by Clyde Fitch. © Loew’s Incorporated; 1Oct54;
    LP4099.

  BEAU JAMES. Hope Enterprises and Scribe Productions. Released by
    Paramount Pictures Corp. 105 min., sd., color, 35mm. VistaVision.
    Technicolor. Based on a book by Gene Fowler. © Hope Enterprises,
    Inc. & Scribe Productions; 1Jul57 (in notice: 1956); LP8639.

  BEAUS WILL BE BEAUS. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color,
    35mm. (Popeye the Sailor Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    20May55; LP4679.

  BEAUTIES OF THE NIGHT. Franco London Film, Paris. Released in the U.
    S. by United Artists Corp. 84 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Lopert Films
    Distributing Corp.; 23Mar54 (in notice: 1953); LP4004.

  BEAUTIES ON THE BEACH. SEE John Kieran’s Kaleidoscope, no. 8.

  BEAUTIFUL BAVARIA. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s, 1953. 9
    min., sd., color, 35mm. (James A. FitzPatrick’s Traveltalks) ©
    Loew’s Incorporated; 26Mar53; MP3398.

  BEAUTIFUL, BLUE AND DEADLY. SEE Mickey Spillane.

  BEAUTIFUL BRAZIL. Loew’s, 1952. 8 min., sd., color, 35mm. (James A.
    FitzPatrick’s Traveltalks) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer picture. © Loew’s
    Incorporated; 21Jan52; MP1993.

  A BEAUTIFUL FRIENDSHIP. SEE

    The Gale Storm Show.

    The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp, no. 67.

  THE BEAUTIFUL PSYCHOLOGIST. SEE The Bob Cummings Show, no. 69.

  BEAUTIFULLY PRACTICAL! Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 1 min., sd., Eastman color, 35mm. © Chevrolet Motor
    Division of General Motors Corp.; 19Jan59; MU6592.

  BEAUTY AND BLOOD. Bernard E. Cawley, 1951. 9 min., sd., color, 16mm. ©
    Bernard E. Cawley; 12Mar51; MP1548.

  BEAUTY AND THE BEACH. (Variety View, no. 180) Universal Pictures Co.,
    Inc., 1949. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    8Sep49; MP4873.

  BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. Broadway Roadshow Productions, 1952. 10 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. © Broadway Roadshow Productions (Harry A. Farros);
    15Jan52; MP2588.

  BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. © 1950. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Ruth Page
    Fisher; 8Sep50; LU2979.

  BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. SEE ALSO Jerry Bartell’s Playtime, no. 9.
    Carmelita and El Feo.

  BEAUTY AND THE BEASTS. SEE Man Against Crime, Jan. 31, 1954.

  BEAUTY AND THE BRIDE. S. C. Johnson & Son. Made by Wilding Picture
    Productions. 40 min., sd., color, 16mm. Eastman color. © S. C.
    Johnson & Son, Inc.; 6Jan54 (in notice: 1953); LP3515.

  BEAUTY AND THE BULL. Vitaphone Corp. 17 min., sd., color, 35mm. A
    Warner Bros. short subject. Warnercolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 5Feb56
    (in notice: 1955); MP6832.

  BEAUTY AT WORK. SEE The March of Time, v. 16, no. 4.

  BEAUTY CONTEST. SEE It’s a Great Life.

  THE BEAUTY OF IT. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 75 ft., b&w, 35mm. © Chevrolet Motor Division of
    General Motors Corp.; 15Nov54; MU5793.

  BEAUTY ON PARADE. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 66 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 22Mar50; LP2914.

  BEAUTY ON THE BEACH. SEE Mighty Mouse in Beauty on the Beach.

  BEAUTY PAGEANT. SEE December Bride, no. 62.

  BEAUTY PRIZE. SEE Mr. and Mrs. North, no. 17.

  BEAUTY SALON. SEE Salon de Belleza.

  THE BEAUTY SHOP. SEE Dinky in the Beauty Shop.

  THE BEAVER. John A. Haeseler. Released by Encyclopaedia Britannica
    Films, 1950. 11 min., sd., color, 16mm. © John A. Haeseler; 29Dec50;
    MP1154.

  BEAVER AND LOG. SEE Hamm’s Beer Commercials, no. H-428-SC.

  BEAVER RUNS AWAY. SEE Leave It to Beaver.

  BEAVER TROUBLE. Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp., 1951. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon Cartoon) ©
    Terrytoons, Inc.; 19Sep51; LP1258.

  BEAVER VALLEY. Walt Disney Productions. Released by RKO Radio
    Pictures, 1950. 32 min., sd., color, 35mm. (True-Life Adventure
    Series) Technicolor. © Walt Disney Productions; 19May50; MP3554.

  BEAVER.

    For other titles beginning with Beaver or Beaver’s SEE Leave It to
      Beaver.

  BECAUSE I LOVE HIM. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Revue Productions, Inc.; 31Dec53; LP3571.

  BECAUSE OF YOU. Universal Pictures Co., 1952. 95 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    A Universal International picture. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    2Nov52; LP2140.

  BECAUSE YOU’RE MINE. Loew’s, 1952. 103 min., sd., color, 35mm. A
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer picture. © Loew’s Incorporated; 28Aug52; LP1894.

  THE BED BY THE WINDOW. Pyramid Productions, Inc., 1950. 2 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © General Television Enterprises, Inc.; 6Mar50 (in
    notice: 1949); LP2875.

  BED OF GRASS. Parnassus Films. Released by Trans-Lux Distributing
    Corp. 85 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Filmed in Greece. With English titles
    added. Appl. author: Gregory Tallas. © Parnassus Films, Inc.;
    23Apr57; LP8347.

  BEDELIA BUCKLEY. SEE The Millionaire.

  BEDEVILLED. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 85 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Eastman color. © Loew’s Incorporated;
    13Apr55; LP4613.

  BEDEVILLED RABBIT. Warner Bros. Pictures. 7 min., sd., Technicolor,
    35mm. (Looney Tunes; Bugs Bunny Special) © Vitaphone Corp.; 13Apr57;
    MP8875.

  BEDLAM IN PARADISE. Columbia Pictures Corp. 7 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 14Apr55; LP5236.

  BEDTIME BEDLAM. Universal Pictures Co. 6 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker Cartune) A Universal International
    picture. Technicolor. © Universal International; 23Jun55; MP6374.

  BEDTIME FOR BONZO. Universal International, 1951. 83 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 9Jan51; LP632.

  BEE AT THE BEACH. Walt Disney Productions, 1949. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Donald Duck Cartoon) © Walt Disney Productions; 8Sep49;
    LP611.

  BEE BOPPED. Universal International. 1 reel, sd., Technicolor, 35mm.
    (Walter Lantz Cartune featuring Windy and Breezy) © Universal
    International; 24May59; LP13967.

  BEE CITY. SEE John Kieran’s Kaleidoscope, no. 10.

  BEE HIVE. SEE Lassie.

  BEE ON GUARD. Walt Disney Productions. Released by RKO Radio Pictures,
    1951. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Donald Duck Cartoon) © Walt Disney
    Productions; 30Aug51; LP1389.

  BEEF A LA MURDER. SEE State Trooper.

  A BEEF CATTLE RESEARCH. SEE The Search: Texas Agricultural &
    Mechanical College Beef Cattle Research.

  BEEFY IN BUM STEER. Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon Cartoon) CinemaScope.
    Technicolor. © Terrytoons, a division of CBS Television Film Sales,
    Inc.; 15Mar57; LP8125.

  THE BEEHIVE. March of Time, 1952. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Ballets de
    France, no. 5) © Time, Inc.; 9Sep52; MP3099.

  THE BEELER GANG. Apex Film Corp., 1950. 26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Based
    on a radio script by Felix Holt. © The Lone Ranger, Inc.; 10Aug50;
    LP717.

  BEEP BEEP. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1952. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Merrie Melodies Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 16Jun52 (in notice:
    1951); MP2454.

  BEER. Bob Zaret. 2 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Bob Zaret; 7Dec53; MU5603.

  BEER BELONGS. United States Brewers Foundation. 14 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © United States Brewers Foundation, Inc.; 15Jul54; MP4950.

  BEER BELONGS. United States Brewers Foundation. 2 reels, sd., color,
    16mm. Kodachrome. © United States Brewers Foundation, Inc.; 8Sep53;
    MU5574.

  BEETHOVEN AND HIS MUSIC. Coronet Instructional Films. 13 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films; 23Apr54; MP4660.

  BEETHOVEN’S FIRST SYMPHONY [AND] CHOPIN’S WALTZ. Castle Films, 1951. 1
    reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. (The Music Album) Appl. title: Musical Gems,
    Berlin Symphony Orchestra. © United World Films, Inc.; 15Jul51;
    MP3291.

  BEEZY BEAR. Walt Disney Productions. Released by RKO Radio Pictures. 1
    reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Donald Duck Cartoon) Technicolor. © Walt
    Disney Productions; 16Jun55; LP5380.

  BEFORE ABRAHAM WAS, I AM. Family Films. 20 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (The
    Living Bible) Appl. authors: Sidney Christie (pseud., Nelson Leigh);
    Edward Dew. © Family Films, Inc.; 2Jun53; LP3537.

  BEFORE THE FIRING SQUAD. SEE The Great Adventures of Captain Kidd, no.
    12.

  BEFORE THE SACRIFICE: SACRISTY AND SANCTUARY. William A. Winchester,
    1951. 30 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Rev. William A. Winchester;
    4Sep51; MP2791.

  BEFORE YOU START. Pontiac Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 1 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization,
    Inc.; 27Mar59; MU6714.

  BEFORE YOUR VERY EYES. Delco Battery. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co. 1
    min. Appl. author: Thomas L. Blanchard. © Campbell-Ewald Co.;
    6Sep56; MU6182.

  THE BEGGAR’S OPERA. British Lion Studio Co., London. Released in the
    U. S. by Warner Bros. Pictures, 1954. 94 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Technicolor. Based on the play of the same title by John Gay. ©
    Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 4Nov54; LP4108.

  THE BEGINNING AND THE END. TV-Radio Workshop, 1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w,
    35mm. First in a series of films depicting the life of Abraham
    Lincoln. Appl. title: Mr. Lincoln: The End and the Beginning. ©
    TV-Radio Workshop; 16Nov52; LP2302.

  THE BEGINNING AT PLYMOUTH COLONY. National Education Program. Made by
    AMPIC Productions. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (The American Adventure)
    © National Education Program; 20Dec54; LP5361.

  BEGINNING FRENCH: INTONATION. Coronet Instructional Films. 10 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © John Smart; 16Nov53; MP4101.

  BEGINNING GOOD POSTURE HABITS. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of
    Esquire, Inc.; 3Oct57; MP8716.

  BEGINNING OF PICTURE MAKING. Crawley Films, Ottawa, 1951. Released by
    International Film Bureau. 6 min., sd., color, 16mm. (Creative
    Hands, no. 7) Appl. author: Wesley H. Greene. © International Film
    Bureau, Inc.; 31Mar51; MP2631.

  BEGINNING OF THE END. AB-PT Pictures Corp. Released by Republic
    Pictures Corp. 74 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © AB-PT Pictures Corp.;
    19Jun57; LP8916.

  BEGINNING PHRASE READING. C-B Educational Films. Made by Pacific
    Productions. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © C-B Educational Films, Inc.;
    1Sep59; MP9686.

  BEGINNING RESPONSIBILITY: BEING ON TIME. Coronet Instructional Films.
    11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films; 15Dec56;
    MP8097.

  BEGINNING RESPONSIBILITY: BOOKS AND THEIR CARE. Coronet Instructional
    Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a
    division of Esquire, Inc.; 27Mar59; MP9621.

  BEGINNING RESPONSIBILITY: OTHER PEOPLE’S THINGS. Coronet Instructional
    Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films;
    8Jan57; MP8159.

  BEGINNING RESPONSIBILITY: TAKING CARE OF THINGS. Coronet, 1951. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © David A. Smart; 19Mar51; MP1037.

  BEGINNING SWIMMING. Jorhal Pictures. Released by Coronet Instructional
    Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Educational author, Frances Dixon. ©
    Coronet Instructional Films; 15Feb55; MP5711.

  BEGINNING TO DATE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 12 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 18Nov53; MP4203.

  BEGINNING TUMBLING FOR GIRLS. Dorothy Hicks Thomason, 1952. 10 min.,
    si., b&w, 16mm. © Mrs. Dorothy Hicks Thomason; 22Apr52; MP2313.

  BEGINNINGS OF CONSCIENCE. SEE Sociology Series.

  BEGONIAS. SEE How Does Your Garden Grow.

  BEHAVE YOURSELF. RKO Radio Pictures, 1951. 81 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Wald-Krasna Productions, Inc.; 19Sep51; LP1223.

  BEHAVIOR IN ANIMALS AND PLANTS. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of
    Esquire, Inc., 8Jul57; MP8603.

  BEHIND ALL BEAUTY. Jam Handy Organization for the Chevrolet Division,
    General Motors Corp. © 1950. 1 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Jam Handy
    Organization, Inc.; 21Nov50; MU5228.

  BEHIND SOUTHERN LINES. William F. Broidy Productions, 1951. 56 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. (Wild Bill Hickok, no. 1) © William F. Broidy
    Productions, Inc.; 15Dec51 (in notice: 1952); LP2216.

  BEHIND THE CAMERAS IN LAPLAND. SEE Disneyland. 1956-1957, no. 7.

  BEHIND THE HIGH WALL. Universal Pictures Co. 85 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    A Universal International picture. Based on a story by Wallace
    Sullivan and Richard K. Polimer. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    28Jun56; LP6695.

  BEHIND THE LAW. Apex Film Corp., 1951. 26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Based
    on “San Pedro Boss,” by Fran Striker. © The Lone Ranger, Inc.;
    1Feb51 (in notice: 1950); LP763.

  BEHIND THE MASK. SEE

    All Star Theatre, no. 149.

    Invisible Man, no. 6.

  BEHIND THE PHONE CALL. Jam Handy Organization for the Chevrolet
    Division, General Motors Corp. © 1950. 1 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The
    Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 21Nov50; MU5230.

  BEHIND THE SCENES. Jam Handy Organization for the Chevrolet Division,
    General Motors Corp. © 1950. 1 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Jam Handy
    Organization, Inc.; 21Nov50; MU5227.

  BEHIND THE SCENES WITH FESS PARKER. SEE Disneyland. 1955-1956, no. 38.

  BEHIND THE TV SHOW. Jam Handy Organization for the Chevrolet Division,
    General Motors Corp. © 1950. 1 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Jam Handy
    Organization, Inc.; 21Nov50; MU5229.

  BEHIND THE TICKER TAPE. Universal Pictures Co. Released by Universal
    International. 1 reel, sd., Eastman color, 35mm. (Universal
    International Color Parade) © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 4Sep57;
    LP11428.

  BEHIND THE TRUE-LIFE CAMERAS-OLYMPIC ELK. SEE Disneyland. 1955-1956,
    no. 2.

  BEHIND THE WALL. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Variety View) A Universal International picture. © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 21Sep53; MP4235.

  BEHIND THE WINDOW. Louis de Rochemont Corp., for E. R. Squibb & Sons,
    1950. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © E. R. Squibb & Sons; 15Feb50;
    MP5133.

  BEHIND YOUR SNAPSHOT. Informational Films Division of Eastman Kodak
    Co., [1952] 486 fr., color, sd., 16mm. © Eastman Kodak Co.; 27Feb52;
    MU5370.

  BEHOLDEN. SEE Lassie.

  THE BELFRY. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  BELGIUM AND THE NETHERLANDS: LANDS AND PEOPLES. Coronet Instructional
    Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a
    division of Esquire, Inc.; 6May55; MP6024.

  THE BELL. Jam Handy Organization for the National Committee for a Free
    Europe. © 1950. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Jam Handy
    Organization, Inc.; 4Dec50; MU5255.

  BELL, BOOK AND CANDLE. Phoenix Productions. Released by Columbia
    Pictures Corp. 103 min., sd., Technicolor, 35mm. From the play of
    the same title by John Van Druten. © Phoenix Productions, Inc.;
    31Dec58; LP14129.

  A BELL FOR O’DONNELL. SEE Crossroads.

  A BELL FOR SANTO DOMINGO. SEE Restless Gun.

  BELL-HOPPY. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Looney
    Tune Cartoon) Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 22Dec53; MP5827.

  THE BELL OF SAN GABRIEL. Pacific Coast Borax Co., 1953. Made by Flying
    A Pictures. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. (Death Valley Days) Appl.
    author: McCann-Erickson, Inc. © Borax Consolidated, Ltd. (Pacific
    Coast Borax Co.); 17Mar53; LP2690.

  BELLE BOYS. Universal Pictures Co. 6 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Walter
    Lantz Woody Woodpecker Cartune) A Universal International picture.
    Technicolor. © Universal International; 14Sep53; MP4246.

  THE BELLE FROM BOSTON. SEE Yancy Derringer.

  BELLE LE GRAND. Republic Productions, 1951. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on a story by Peter B. Kyne. © Republic Pictures Corp.;
    15Feb51; LP737.

  THE BELLE OF NEW YORK. Loew’s. 1952. 80 min., sd., color, 35mm. A
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer picture. Based on a play by Hugh Morton [pseud.
    of Charles M. S. McLellan] © Loew’s Incorporated; 12Feb52 (in
    notice: 1951); LP1526.

  BELLE OF OLD MEXICO. Republic Productions, Inc., 1950. 70 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 20Jan50 (in notice: 1949);
    LP2896.

  BELLE STARR. SEE

    Stories of the Century.

    Tales of Wells Fargo.

  BELLES ON THEIR TOES. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1952. 89 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. Based on the book of the same title by Frank B.
    Gilbreth, Jr., and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey. © Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp.; 29Apr52; LP1812.

  BELLS OF ATLANTIS. Ian Hugo. 1 reel, sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome.
    Based on Anais Nin’s “The House of Incest.” Rev. version. © Ian
    Hugo; 5Nov53; MP4377.

  BELLS OF CORONADO. Republic Pictures Corp., 1949. 67 min., sd., color,
    35mm. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 16Dec49; LP2756.

  THE BELLS OF ST. PETER’S. Rainbow Pictures, 1950. 2 reels, sd., sepia,
    16mm. © Rainbow Pictures, Inc.; 1Dec50; MP1619.

  BELLS OF ST. THOMAS. SEE 26 Men.

  BELONGING TO THE GROUP. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 16 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.;
    31Dec53; MP4418.

  BELOW THE KEYS. Universal Pictures Co. Released by Universal
    International. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co.,
    Inc.; 12Dec58; LP13742.

  BELOW THE RIO GRANDE. Warner Bros. Pictures. 10 min., sd., color,
    35mm. Stereophonic sound. Warnercolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 1Apr54;
    MP6469.

  BELOW THE SAHARA. RKO-Pathe. 65 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. ©
    RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 3Jun53; MP3709.

  BEN AND ME. Walt Disney Productions. 2 reels, sd., color, 35mm.
    Technicolor. © Walt Disney Productions; 4Aug53; LP3038.

  BEN HOGAN. RKO-Pathe. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) ©
    RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 3Sep53; MP4322.

  BEN HOGAN AT PRACTICE. Harry David Cole. © 1951. 100 ft., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Harry David Cole; 26Jun51; MU5318.

  BEN THOMPSON. SEE Stories of the Century.

  BEND OF THE RIVER. Universal, 1952. 91 min., sd., color, 35mm. Based
    on the novel, “Bend of the Snake,” by Bill Gulick. © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 18Feb52; LP1503.

  BEND OF THE SNAKE. SEE Bend of the River.

  BENEATH THE FLAME. Socony-Vacuum Oil Co. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 2 reels, color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Jam Handy
    Organization, Inc.; 9Mar54; MU5632.

  BENEATH THE TWELVE MILE REEF. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 101
    min., sd., color, 35mm. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 17Dec53;
    LP3394.

  BENEATH THESE WATERS. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 73.

  BENEDICT ARNOLD. SEE Captain Z-ro.

  BENEDICT ARNOLD’S PLOT AGAINST WEST POINT. SEE You Are There.

  BENEDICTION IN BLOOD. SEE Crossroads. Riot: Benediction in Blood.

  BENEFAX. Whitehall Pharmacal Co. Made by Jerome F. Seehof. 1 min.
    each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Whitehall Pharmacal Co. © Whitehall
    Pharmacal Co.

    1. © 23Feb54; MP4658.

    2. © 24Feb54; MP4659.

  BENEFIT SHOW. SEE Just Off Broadway, no. 1.

  BENEFITS OF LOOKING AHEAD. Coronet, 1950. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    David A. Smart; 11Dec50; MP814.

  BENGAL BRIGADE. Universal Pictures Co. 87 min., sd., color, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. Technicolor. Based on the novel
    “The Bengal Tiger,” by Hall Hunter [pseud. of Edison Marshall] ©
    Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 29Sep54; LP4044.

  THE BENGAL TIGER. SEE Bengal Brigade.

  BENGAZI. Panamint Pictures. Released by RKO Radio Pictures. 79 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. SuperScope. Based on a story by Jeff Bailey. ©
    Panamint Pictures, Inc.; 21Sep55; LP5542.

  BENNY GETS A MOTHER. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 123.

  THE BENNY GOODMAN STORY. Universal Pictures Co. 14 reels, sd., color,
    35mm. A Universal International picture. © Universal Pictures Co.,
    Inc.; 28Nov55; LP5688.

  BENNY IN BRUSSELS. Westinghouse Broadcasting Co. 60 min., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Westinghouse Broadcasting Co., Inc.; 13Mar59; MU6707.

  THE BENSONHURST BOMBER. SEE The Honeymooners.

  BENSONHURST 3-7741. SEE The Honeymooners.

  BENTLEY. For titles beginning with Bentley SEE Bachelor Father.

  BENTLEY’S BIG CASE. SEE Bachelor Father.

  BENTLEY’S CLUBHOUSE. SEE Bachelor Father.

  BENTLEY’S PROSPECTIVE SON-IN-LAW. SEE Bachelor Father.

  BERBER BELLES ON BIKES. Delco-Remy Division. Made by Campbell-Ewald
    Co. 90 sec. (High Adventure Series) Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald
    Co., employer for hire of E. W. Birnbryer, author of script. ©
    Campbell-Ewald Co.; 14Jul58; MU6488.

  BERKELEY SQUARE. SEE I’ll Never Forget You.

  THE BERLIN AIRLIFT. SEE You Are There.

  BERLIN LOVE STORY. SEE Crusader.

  BERLIN, RIFT IN THE IRON CURTAIN. March of Time. 29 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Time. Inc.; 22Apr53; MP3695.

  THE BERLINER. Comedia-Film. Germany. Released in the U. S. by Joseph
    Burstyn. Inc., 1952. 80 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Released in Germany
    under the title “Berliner Ballade.” In German with English titles. ©
    Joseph Burstyn. Inc.; 27Oct52; LP2133.

  BERLINER BALLADE. SEE The Berliner.

  BERNADETTE. SEE The Westinghouse-Desilu Playhouse, no. 1.

  THE BERNAL SIERRA STORY. SEE Wagon Train.

  BERNARDINE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 97 min., sd., color,
    35mm. CinemaScope. Color by DeLuxe. Based on a play by Mary Chase. ©
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 21Jun57; LP8804.

  BERNARDO FACES DEATH. SEE Zorro, no. 38.

  THE BERRYPICKERS. SEE Lassie.

  THE BESIEGED HEART. SEE Female on the Beach.

  BESS OF THE BOWERY. SEE Love That Jill.

  BEST IN SHOW. RKO-Pathe. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) ©
    RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 10Sep53; MP4321.

  BEST LAID PLANS. Lone Ranger, Inc., 1952. Produced by Jack Chertok
    Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George W. Trendle.
    Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, Inc., employer for hire. ©
    The Lone Ranger, Inc.; 25Dec52; LP2453.

  BEST OF BEST SELLERS. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Campbell-Ewald
    Co. 120 sec. Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald Co., employer for hire of
    M. M. Steffee & Fred Lounsberry, authors of script. © Campbell-Ewald
    Co.; 14Nov58; MU6518.

  THE BEST OF EVERYTHING. Company of Artists. Released by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp. 122 min., sd., Color by DeLuxe, 35mm.
    CinemaScope. Based on the novel by Rona Jaffe. © Company of Artists,
    Inc. & Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 9Oct59; LP14894.

  THE BEST OF EVERYTHING. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  BEST OF THE BADMEN. RKO Radio Pictures. 1951. 84 min., sd., color,
    35mm. © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 9Jun51; LP1057.

  THE BEST OF THE WEST. Universal International. Released by Universal
    Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Universal International
    Color Parade) © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 15Sep57; LP11683.

  THE BEST SELLERS! Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 1 min., sd., Eastman color, 35mm. © Chevrolet Motor
    Division of General Motors Corp.; 19Jan59; MU6588.

  THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE FREE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 104
    min., sd., color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Color by DeLuxe. © Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp.; 26Sep56; LP7348.

  LA BESTIA DEBE MORIR. Esmeralda Film, Argentina. Released by
    Clasa-Mohme; in the U. S. by Importadora. 79 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Appl. author: Argentina Sono Film. © Importadora, Inc.; 1Jun52;
    LP10871.

  LA BESTIA MAGNIFICA. (The Magnificent Beast) Producciones Hidalgo,
    Mexico. Released by Clasa-Mohme; in the U. S. by Importadora. 78
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on an original plot by Neftali Beltran.
    Appl. author: Maya Films, S. de R. L. © Importadora, Inc.; 15Apr52;
    LP11180.

  THE BET. General Television Enterprises, Inc., 1950. 2 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © General Television Enterprises, Inc.; 15Apr50 (in
    notice: 1949); LP47.

  THE BET. SEE Your All Star Theatre, no. 25.

  BET THE QUEEN. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 127.

  BETRAYAL. E. I. du Pont de Nemours. Made by Jack Chertok Productions.
    3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. (The Cavalcade of America) Appl. author:
    Jack Chertok Productions, employer for hire. © E. I. du Pont de
    Nemours & Co.; 8Dec53; LP3615.

  BETRAYAL IN GETHSEMANE. Family Films. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (The
    Living Bible) Appl. authors: Sidney Christie (pseud., Nelson Leigh);
    Edward Dew. © Church Films, Inc. a.k.a. Church Films; 1Jul52;
    LP3606.

  BETRAYAL OF WEST POINT. SEE I Spy.

  BETRAYED. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 108 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Loew’s Incorporated; 19Jul54; LP3979.

  BETRAYED WOMEN. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 70 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on a story by Paul L. Peil. © Allied Artists Pictures Corp.;
    17Jul55; LP5187.

  BETTER BAIT THAN NEVER. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1953. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Noveltoon Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 5Jun53;
    LP2652.

  THE BETTER BARGAIN. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  BETTER BULLETIN BOARDS. Audio-Visual Center, Indiana University. 13
    min., sd., color, 16mm. Eastman color. © Indiana University;
    28Nov56; MP7917.

  BETTER CHOICE OF WORDS. Coronet, 1952. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    David A. Smart; 28Mar52; MP2191.

  BETTER FENCING. Koppers Co. [1953] Produced by Jam Handy Organization.
    3 reels, color, 16mm. © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 13Mar53;
    MU5530.

  BETTER FISH IN MICHIGAN. Michigan Department of Conservation, 1950. 26
    min., sd., color, 16mm. © Michigan Department of Conservation;
    1Sep50; MP570.

  BETTER LATE THAN NEVER. SEE Victor, the Volunteer, in Better Late than
    Never.

  BETTER LIVING THROUGH TELEVISION. SEE The Honeymooners.

  BETTER READING. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1952. 13 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 11Aug52; MP2852.

  BETTER USE OF LEISURE TIME. Coronet, 1950. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    David A. Smart; 11Dec50; MP818.

  A BETTER WAY. United States Steel Corp., 1953. Made by Wilding Picture
    Productions. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © United States Steel Corp.;
    15Feb53; LP2687.

  BETTY AND THE PIRATE. SEE Bobo the Hobo and His Traveling Troupe in
    Betty and the Pirate.

  BETTY HAWLEY. SEE The Millionaire.

  BETTY JANE RYAN STORY. SEE The Millionaire.

  BETTY PERKINS. SEE The Millionaire.

  BETTY.

    For other titles beginning Betty or Betty’s SEE Father Knows Best.

  BETWEEN HEAVEN AND HELL. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 93 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Color by DeLuxe. Based on a novel by
    Francis Gwaltney. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 10Oct56;
    LP7345.

  BETWEEN JOBS. SEE Fireside Theatre.

  BETWEEN MIDNIGHT AND DAWN. Columbia Pictures Corp. 9 reels, sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 31Aug50; LP5599. (SEE ALSO Prowl
    Car; 31Aug50; LP323)

  BETWEEN THE CONTINENTS. Universal Pictures Co. Released by Universal
    International. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. (Variety View) © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 20May58; LP12526.

  BETWEEN TWO FIRES. SEE Gunfighters of the Northwest, no. 3.

  BEVERLY TYLER TELESCRIPTIONS. Snader Telescriptions Corp., 1951. 18
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Snader Telescriptions Corp.; 23Apr51;
    MP1429.

  BEWARE, MY LOVELY. Filmakers. Released by RKO Radio Pictures, 1952. 77
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the play “The Man,” by Mel Dinelli. ©
    RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 28Aug52; LP1937.

  BEWARE OF BLONDIE. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 66 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 14Mar50; LP2903.

  BEWARE THE WRECKER. SEE Adventures of Superman.

  THE BEWILDERED BRIDE. SEE Studio 57.

  BEWITCHED BUNNY. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Bugs Bunny Special) Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 29Aug53;
    MP6357.

  BEYOND A REASONABLE DOUBT. RKO Radio Pictures. 80 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © RKO Teleradio Pictures, Inc.; 12Sep56; LP7176.

  BEYOND MOMBASA. Todon Productions, Eng. Released in the U. S. by
    Columbia Pictures Corp. 10 reels, sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor.
    Based on the story The Mark of the Leopard, by James Eastwood. ©
    Hemisphere Films, Ltd.; 1Jun57 (in notice: 1956); LP9005.

  BEYOND OUR SOLAR SYSTEM. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire,
    Inc.; 3Feb59; MP9622.

  BEYOND THE FRONTIER. Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 11Jun53; MP3786.

  BEYOND THE PURPLE HILLS. Gene Autry Productions. Released by Columbia
    Pictures Corp., 1950. 7 reels, sd., color, 35mm. © Gene Autry
    Productions; 11Apr50; LP66.

  BEYOND THIS PLACE. SEE Web of Evidence.

  BHOWANI JUNCTION. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 110 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Eastman color. Based on the novel by
    John Masters. © Loew’s, Inc.; 23Apr56 (in notice: 1955); LP6626.

  THE BI SHIVELY STORY. United States Rubber Co. Made by the Princeton
    Film Center. 15 min., b&w, 35mm. (The Road We Travel) © Princeton
    Film Center, Inc.; 14Apr54; MU5676.

  BIBLE. O. T. JUDGES. SEE Samson and Delilah.

  A BICEP BUILT FOR TWO. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color,
    35mm. (Herman and Katnip Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    8Apr55; LP4571.

  BICYCLE SAFETY. Centron Corp., 1950. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Centron
    Corp., Inc.; 31Aug50; MP705.

  BICYCLE SAFETY SKILLS. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.;
    1Mar57; MP8310.

  THE BICYCLE THIEF. Produced by De Sica Production Co.; S. A. F. A.
    Studios in Rome. Released in the U. S. by Mayer-Burstyn, Inc., 1949.
    90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. In Italian with English titles. Based on
    Luigi Bartolini’s novel of the same name. © Arthur Mayer and Joseph
    Burstyn, Inc.; 13Dec49; LP2718.

  THE BICYCLE THIEF. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 71.

  BICYCLE THRILLS. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (World of Sports) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 27Dec51; MP2141.

  THE BICYCLE TRIP. SEE I Love Lucy, no. 151.

  BIFF BAKER, U. S. A. Revue Productions. 3 reels each, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    © Revue Productions, Inc.

    Black Lead. © 31Dec53; LP3451.

    Flight to Istanbul. © 31Dec53; LP3338.

    Golden Slippers. © 31Dec53; LP3450.

    The Hawaii Story. © 31Dec53; LP3449.

    The Jewel. © 31Dec53; LP3409.

    Pattern in Algiers. © 31Dec53; LP3452.

    Sisters Three. © 31Dec53; LP3448.

    Trouble in Pakistan. © 31Dec53; LP3356.

  THE BIG A. SEE Navy Log.

  BIG ANIMALS OF AFRICA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. Eastman color. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.;
    27Mar57; MP8398.

  THE BIG APPETITE. RKO Pathe, 1950. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Screenliner Series, no. 3) © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 3Nov50; MP850.

  BIG BAD SINBAD. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1952. 10 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Popeye the Sailor Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    12Dec52; LP2141.

  THE BIG BEAT. Universal International. Released by Universal Pictures
    Co. 83 min., sd., Eastman color, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co.,
    Inc.; 27Dec57; LP10313.

  BIG BLUE GOOSE. RKO-Pathe. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) © RKO
    Teleradio Pictures, Inc.; 28Oct56; MP7728.

  THE BIG BLUFF. Planet Filmplays. Released by United Artists Corp. 70
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a story by Mindred Lord. © Planet
    Filmplays, Inc.; 2Sep55; LP5869.

  THE BIG BOARD. New York Stock Exchange. Made by On Film. 13 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. © New York Stock Exchange; 6Nov58; MP9355.

  THE BIG BOODLE. Monteflor. Released by United Artists Corp. 83 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel by Robert Sylvester. © Monteflor,
    Inc.; 25Jan57 (in notice: 1956); LP8609.

  BIG BOSS’S SON. SEE Pride of the Family.

  THE BIG BREAK. Strick Film Co. © 1950. 6781 ft., b&w, 35mm. © Strick
    Film Co.; 6Feb51; LU2982.

  THE BIG BREAK. SEE The Adventures of the Falcon.

  BIG BROAD. SEE Gunsmoke.

  THE BIG CAPER. P. T. S. Productions. Released by United Artists Corp.
    84 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel of the same title by
    Lionel White. © P. T. S. Productions, Inc.; 8Mar57 (in notice:
    1956); LP8460.

  THE BIG CARNIVAL. SEE Ace in the Hole.

  BIG CATCH. SEE Crunch and Des, 203-A.

  THE BIG CHAMPION. SEE El Gran Campeon.

  THE BIG CHANCE. SEE The Adventures of McGraw.

  THE BIG CHANGE IN WORLD MARKETS. Fortune Films. Made by Transfilm. 31
    min., sd., color, 16mm. Presented by the First National City Bank of
    New York. Based on the Fortune World Markets Series. © Time, Inc.;
    14Apr59; MP9585.

  THE BIG CHASE. BeBe Corp. Released by Lippert Pictures. 60 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © BeBe Corp.; 14Oct54; LP4076.

  THE BIG CHEAT. SEE Big Town, no. 50.

  THE BIG CIRCUS. Saratoga-Vic Mature Productions. Released by Allied
    Artists Pictures Corp. 109 min., sd., Technicolor, 35mm.
    CinemaScope. Based on a story by Irwin Allen. © Saratoga
    Productions, Inc.; 22Jun59; LP13648.

  THE BIG COMBO. Security Pictures and Theodora Productions. Released by
    Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 89 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Security
    Pictures, Inc. & Theodora Productions, Inc.; 13Feb54; LP4431.

  THE BIG CON. SEE Gunsmoke.

  THE BIG COUNTRY. Anthony-Worldwide Productions. Released by United
    Artists Corp. 166 min., sd., Technicolor, 35mm. Technirama. Based on
    the novel by Donald Hamilton. © Anthony-Worldwide Productions;
    13Aug58; LP12202.

  THE BIG DAN MCGRAN CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  A BIG DIFFERENCE. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 75 ft., color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Chevrolet Motor
    Division, General Motors Corp.; 6Aug56; MU6154.

  THE BIG DIFFERENCE. Jam Handy Organization for the Chevrolet Division,
    General Motors Corp. © 1950. 25 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Jam
    Handy Organization, Inc.; 23Oct50; MU5170.

  THE BIG DIFFERENCE. Plymouth Division. Made by Ross Roy, Inc. 1 reel,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Chrysler Corp.; 9Jan59; MP9392.

  BIG EARS. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 104.

  BIG ENTERPRISE IN THE COMPETITIVE SYSTEM. Brookings Institution. Made
    by Jam Handy Organisation. 4 reels, color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Jam
    Handy Organisation, Inc.; 9Mar54; MU5631.

  THE BIG FIX. SEE The Damon Runyon Theatre, no. 15.

  THE BIG FORGET. SEE Adventures of Superman.

  THE BIG FRAME. London Films. Released in the U. S. by RKO Radio
    Pictures. 67 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Royal Productions, Inc.;
    31Dec52; LP2750.

  THE BIG FREEZE. SEE The Adventures of Superman.

  THE BIG GAMBLE. SEE The Ann Sothern Show, no. 12.

  THE BIG GAME. SEE

    Dragnet.

    It’s a Great Life.

    Our Miss Brooks, no. 12.

  BIG GIRL LOST. SEE Gunsmoke.

  THE BIG GUSHER. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 68 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 11Jul51; LP1043.

  THE BIG HANGOVER. Loew’s, Inc., 1950. An MGM picture. 82 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Loew’s Inc.; 13Mar50 (in notice: 1949); LP2945.

  THE BIG HEAT. Columbia Pictures Corp. 9 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. Based
    on the book of the same title by William P. McGivern. © Columbia
    Pictures Corp.; 1Oct53; LP3057.

  THE BIG HEIST. SEE The Adventures of the Falcon.

  BIG HOUSE BUNNY. (Bugs Bunny Special) Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc.,
    1950. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. © The Vitaphone Corp.; 30Mar50 (in
    notice: 1948); MP139.

  BIG HOUSE RODEO. RKO Pathe, 1951. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope
    Series, no. 6) © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 9Feb51; MP1228.

  BIG HOUSE, U. S. A. United Artists Corp. 82 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Bel-Air production. Suggested by a story by George George and George
    Slavin. © Camden Productions, Inc.; 3Mar55; LP4598.

  THE BIG IDEA. Crucible Steel Co. of America. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    © Crucible Steel Co. of America; 2Mar56; MU6082.

  THE BIG IDEA. Ted Eshbaugh Studios, 1952. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Frank Bettger; 7Jul52; MP2735.

  BIG IDEA. Wilding Picture Productions for Swift and Co., 1951. 55
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Swift & Co.; 15Mar51; LP894.

  THE BIG INVESTIGATION. SEE You’ll Never Get Rich.

  BIG JIM McLAIN. Wayne-Fellows Productions. Released by Warner Bros.
    Pictures, 1952. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Wayne-Fellows
    Productions, Inc.; 2Sep52; LP1884.

  BIG JIM McLEAN. Wayne-Fellows Productions. Released by Warner Bros.
    Pictures, 1952. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Wayne-Fellows
    Productions, Inc.; 18Sep52; LP1926.

  BIG JOE’S COMIN’ HOME. SEE Fireside Theatre.

  THE BIG JUMP. SEE

    Studio 57.

    The Whistler, no. 14.

  THE BIG KILL. SEE M-Squad.

  THE BIG KNIFE. Associates & Aldrich Co. Released by United Artists
    Corp. 111 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the stage play by Clifford
    Odets. © Associates & Aldrich Co., Inc.; 25Oct55; LP5560.

  THE BIG LAND. Alan Ladd Enterprises. Released by Warner Bros.
    Pictures. 92 min., sd., Warnercolor, 35mm. A Jaguar production. From
    the novel by Frank Gruber. © Alan Ladd Enterprises, Inc.; 23Feb57;
    LP10272.

  BIG LAND ANIMALS OF NORTH AMERICA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica
    Films, Inc.; 14Jun56; MP7577.

  BIG LEAGUER. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 70 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Loew’s Incorporated; 13Jul53; LP2765.

  THE BIG LEAP. Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Revue Productions, Inc.; 27Nov56; LP8375.

  THE BIG LIFT. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1950. 120 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 26Apr50; LP204.

  BIG LITTLE LEAGUERS. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Grantland Rice Sportlight Series) © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    16Mar51; MP1199.

  THE BIG LITTLE THINGS. Wilding Picture Productions for Coopers, Inc.,
    1951. 29 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coopers, Inc.; 10Dec51; LP1446.

  BIG LIZ. SEE Death Valley Days.

  BIG MAN. Jam Handy Organization for the Falstaff Brewing Co. © 1950. 1
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 4Dec50;
    MU5259.

  THE BIG MAN. SEE The Lawless Years, no. 3208.

  THE BIG MAN HUNT. SEE The Phil Silvers Show.

  BIG MEDICINE MAN. Range Rider Productions, 1951. 25 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Range Rider Productions; 28Dec51; LP1453.

  THE BIG NIGHT. Philip A. Waxman Productions. Released by United
    Artists Corp., 1951. 75 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel,
    “Dreadful Summit,” by Stanley Ellin. © Philip A. Waxman Productions,
    Inc.; 1Nov51; LP1339.

  THE BIG ONES GET AWAY. SEE Crunch and Des.

  THE BIG OPERATOR. Albert Zugsmith Productions. Released by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 91 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. CinemaScope. Made in
    association with Fryman Enterprises. Based on a Cosmopolitan
    Magazine story by Paul Gallico. © Loew’s Inc. & Albert Zugsmith
    Productions, Inc.; 9Mar59; LP13835. (SEE ALSO The Big Operator:
    9Mar59; LP15065)

  THE BIG OPERATOR. Albert Zugsmith Productions. Released by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 91 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. CinemaScope. Made in
    association with Fryman Enterprises. Based on a Cosmopolitan
    Magazine story by Paul Gallico. © Loew’s, Inc., Albert Zugsmith
    Productions, Inc. & Fryman Enterprises, Inc.; 9Mar59; LP15065. (SEE
    ALSO The Big Operator: 9Mar59; LP13835)

  THE BIG PAYDAY. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  THE BIG PICK-UP. SEE Dunkirk.

  THE BIG PLAYBACK. Screen Gems. 15 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Screen
    Gems, Inc.

    1. © 19May53; MP9047.

    2. © 26May53; MP9048.

    3. © 2Jun53; MP9049.

    4. © 9Jun53; MP9050.

    5. © 16Jun53; MP9051.

    6. © 23Jun53; MP9052.

    7. © 30Jun53; MP9053.

    8. © 7Jul53; MP9054.

    9. © 14Jul53; MP9055.

    10. © 21Jul53; MP9056.

    11. © 28Jul53; MP9057.

    12. © 4Aug53; MP9058.

    13. © 11Aug53; MP9059.

    14. © 18Aug53; MP9060.

    15. © 25Aug53; MP9061.

    16. © 1Sep53; MP9062.

    17. © 8Sep53; MP9063.

    18. © 15Sep53; MP9064.

    19. © 22Sep53; MP9065.

    20. © 29Sep53; MP9066.

    21. © 6Oct53; MP9067.

    22. © 13Oct53; MP9068.

    23. © 20Oct53; MP9069.

    24. © 27Oct53; MP9070.

    25. © 3Nov53; MP9071.

    26. © 10Nov53; MP9072.

    27. © 17May54; MP9021.

    28. © 24May54; MP9022.

    29. © 31May54; MP9023.

    30. © 7Jun54; MP9024.

    31. © 14Jun54; MP9025.

    32. © 21Jun54; MP9026.

    33. © 28Jun54; MP9027.

    34. © 5Jul54; MP9028.

    35. © 12Jul54; MP9029.

    36. © 18Jul54; MP9030.

    37. © 25Jul54; MP9031.

    38. © 1Aug54; MP9032.

    39. © 8Aug54; MP9033.

    40. © 15Aug54; MP9034.

    41. © 22Aug54; MP9035.

    42. © 29Aug54; MP9036.

    43. © 5Sep54; MP9037.

    44. © 12Sep54; MP9038.

    45. © 19Sep54; MP9039.

    46. © 26Sep54; MP9040.

    47. © 3Oct54; MP9041.

    48. © 10Oct54; MP9042.

    49. © 17Oct54; MP9043.

    50. © 24Oct54; MP9044.

    51. © 31Oct54; MP9045.

    52. © 7Nov54; MP9046.

  THE BIG PLOT. SEE Invisible Man, no. 26.

  THE BIG PORT. RKO-Pathe. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Screenliner) ©
    RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 1Sep54; MP5362.

  BIG POWER. Chevrolet Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 1 min.,
    sd., Eastman color, 35mm. © Chevrolet Division of General Motors
    Corp.; 12Jan59; MU6561.

  BIG! QUIET! THRIFTY! Chevrolet Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 1 min., sd., Eastman color, 35mm. © Chevrolet Division
    of General Motors Corp.; 12Jan59; MU6564.

  THE BIG RENDEZVOUS. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 414.

  THE BIG ROPE. SEE 26 Men.

  THE BIG SCANDAL. SEE The Phil Silvers Show.

  THE BIG SCORE. SEE Richard Diamond, Private Detective, no. 9624.

  THE BIG SCORE CASE. SEE Line-Up.

  THE BIG SHAKEDOWN. Adrian Weiss Productions, 1951. 2 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Adrian Weiss Productions; 10Jul51; LP1048.

  THE BIG SHOOT. RKO Pathe, 1951. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope
    Series, no. 7) © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 9Mar51; MP1448.

  THE BIG SHOOTER. SEE General Electric Theatre.

  THE BIG SHOT. SEE Private Secretary.

  BIG SHOULDERS. SEE The Damon Runyon Theatre, no. 11.

  BIG SISTER. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 114.

  THE BIG SKY. Winchester Pictures Corp. Released by RKO Radio Pictures,
    1952. 122 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel of the same title
    by A. B. Guthrie, Jr. © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 29Jul52; LP1938.

  THE BIG SNEAK. SEE Crusader.

  THE BIG SNOOZE. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Walter Lantz Chilly Willy Cartune) A Universal International
    picture. Technicolor. © Universal International; 30Aug57; LP9355.

  THE BIG SOMBRERO. SEE Crossroads.

  THE BIG SQUEEZE. SEE

    Adventures of Superman.

    Man with a Camera.

    Secret Agent 7.

  THE BIG SUN AND OUR EARTH. Coronet Instructional Films. 10 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire,
    Inc.; 3Jul57; MP8602.

  THE BIG SWITCH. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  THE BIG TEAM ROLLS. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 329.

  THE BIG TEST. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Universal International Color Parade) Technicolor. © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 15Aug55; MP6419.

  THE BIG TEST. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 35.

  THE BIG THREE. Field & Stream. 12 min., sd., color, 16mm. Appl.
    author: Field & Stream Magazine Division. Henry Holt & Co., Inc. ©
    Henry Holt & Co., Inc.; 22May57; MP8477.

  THE BIG THRILL. Jam Handy Organization for the Chevrolet Division,
    General Motors Corp. © 1950. 1 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Jam Handy
    Organization, Inc.; 6Nov50; MU5190.

  BIG TIMBER. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1950. 7 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Monogram Pictures Corp.; 10Sep50; LP389.

  BIG TIME HOCKEY. S & S Productions. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Clarence Thomas Sebesta & Clarion Everald Scotvold d.b.a. S & S
    Productions; 28Dec55; MP6788.

  THE BIG TIP-OFF. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 78 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 20Mar55; LP4534.

  THE BIG TOP. SEE Mr. Adams and Eve.

  BIG TOP ANGEL. SEE Circus Boy, no. 17.

  BIG TOP BUNNY. Warner Bros. Pictures, 1952. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Merrie Melodies Cartoon. Bugs Bunny Special) © The Vitaphone Corp.;
    21Apr52 (in notice: 1950); MP2226.

  BIG TOP CARAVAN. Franfilmdis, Paris. Released in the U. S. by
    RKO-Pathe. 15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 27Feb55;
    MP6579.

  BIG TOWN. Lever Brothers Co. 1 reel each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Lever
    Brothers Co., unless otherwise indicated.

    1. Locomotive. Original story by Jack DeWitt and E. A. Dupont;
      teleplay by Lawrence Kimble. © Gross-Krasne, Inc.; 10Aug53;
      LU3016.

    2. Artist Story. Original story by Jack DeWitt and E. A. Dupont;
      teleplay by Lawrence Kimble. © 22Jun53; LU3006.

    3. Hit and Run. Original story by Jack DeWitt and E. A. Dupont;
      teleplay by Lawrence Kimble. © 22Jun53; LU3007.

    4. The Chinese Story. Original story by Jack DeWitt and E. A.
      Dupont; teleplay by Lawrence Kimble. © 21Jul53; LU2994.

    5. Adoption Story. Original story by Jack DeWitt; teleplay by
      Lawrence Kimble. © 21Jul53; LU3005.

    6. Dead Men Talk Too Much. Original story by Jack Dewitt and E. A.
      Dupont; teleplay by Lawrence Kimble. © 22Jun53; LU3008.

    7. The Counterfeit Story. Original story by Jack DeWitt and E. A.
      Dupont; teleplay by Lawrence Kimble. © 22Jun53; LU3009.

    8. Cinder Dick. Original story by Jack DeWitt and E. A. Dupont;
      teleplay by Bertram Millhauser, E. A. Dupont and David Chantler. ©
      22Jun53; LU3010.

    9. Marry My Past. Original story by Jack DeWitt and E. A. Dupont;
      teleplay by Lawrence Kimble. © 22Jun53; LU3011.

    10. Wedding in Coral Point. Original story by Jack DeWitt and E. A.
      Dupont; teleplay by Lawrence Kimble. © 22Jun53; LU3012.

    11. The Baby Sitter. Original story by Jack DeWitt and E. A. Dupont;
      teleplay by Lawrence Kimble. © 22Jun53; LU3013.

    12. Tape Recorder. Original story and teleplay by Lawrence Kimble. ©
      22Jun53; LU3014.

    13. Tough Guy. Original story and teleplay by Fenton Earnshaw. ©
      22Jun53; LU3015.

    14. Waterfront. Original story and teleplay by E. A. Dupont and
      David Chantler. © 21Jul53; LU3000.

    15. Embezzlement. Original story and teleplay by Lawrence Kimble. ©
      21Jul53; LU2999.

    16. The Shill. Original story and teleplay by Fenton Earnshaw. ©
      21Jul53; LU3002.

    17. The Firebug. Original story and teleplay by Lawrence Kimble. ©
      21Jul53; LU2992.

    18. Moss Rose. Original story and teleplay by Lawrence Kimble. ©
      21Jul53; LU2997.

    19. Please Murder Me. Original story and teleplay by E. A. Dupont
      and David Chantler. © 21Jul53; LU2996.

    20. Father and Son. Original story by E. A. Dupont and David
      Chantler; teleplay by William Asher. © 21Jul53; LU2998.

    21. Paint Set. Original story by Fenton Earnshaw; teleplay by Fenton
      Earnshaw and Lawrence Kimble. Appl. title: Point Set. © 21Jul53;
      LU2993.

    22. Dr. Damon’s Dilemma. Original story by E. A. Dupont and David
      Chantler; teleplay by E. A. Dupont, David Chantler, and Lawrence
      Kimble. © 21Jul53; LU2995.

    23. The Youngest Yegg. Original story and teleplay by Lawrence
      Kimble. © 21Jul53; LU2991.

    24. Carnation Charlie. Original story and teleplay by Lawrence
      Kimble. © 21Jul53; LU3004.

    25. Hot Rod. Original story and teleplay by Bertram Millhauser. ©
      21Jul53; LU3003.

    26. The Hero. Original story and teleplay by Lawrence Kimble. ©
      21Jul53; LU3001.

    27. The Brothers. Original story and teleplay by Lawrence Kimble. ©
      4Jan54; LU3021.

    28. Ticket Racket. Original story and teleplay by Fenton Earnshaw. ©
      4Jan54; LU3022.

    29. Twelfth Avenue Pirates. Original story by Curt Siodmak; teleplay
      by Curt Siodmak and Lawrence Kimble. © 4Jan54; LU3023.

    30. The Good Citizen. Original story and teleplay by Lawrence
      Kimble. © 4Jan54; LU3024.

    31. The Assassination Story. Original story and teleplay by E. A.
      Dupont and David Chantler. © 4Jan54; LU3025.

    32. The Sea Story. Original story and teleplay by Lawrence Kimble. ©
      4Jan54; LU3026.

    33. The Homestretch. Original story and teleplay by E. A. Dupont and
      David Chantler. © 4Jan54; LU3027.

    34. The Long Way Home. Original story and teleplay by Lawrence
      Kimble. © 4Jan54; LU3028.

    35. The Big Wash. Original story and teleplay by Al C. Ward. ©
      4Jan54; LU3029.

    36. Nightclub Shakedown. Original story and teleplay by Erna
      Lazarus. © 4Jan54; LU3030.

    37. Crime and Punishment. Original story and teleplay by E. A.
      Dupont and David Chantler. © 4Jan54; LU3031.

    38. Lynch Law. Original story by Dennis Cooper and Lee Backman;
      teleplay by Dennis Cooper, Lee Backman, and Lawrence Kimble. ©
      4Jan54; LU3032.

    39. Pot O’ Gold. Original story and teleplay by Al C. Ward. ©
      4Jan54; LU3033.

    40. Rich Kid. Original story and teleplay by Al C. Ward. © 4Jan54;
      LU3034.

    41. I’ll Ask Minnie. Original story and teleplay by Lawrence Kimble.
      © 4Jan54; LU3035.

    42. The Confession. Original story and teleplay by E. A. Dupont and
      David Chantler. © 4Jan54; LU3036.

    43. The Emperor. Original story and teleplay by Lawrence Kimble. ©
      4Jan54; LU3037.

    44. Secret Past. Original story and teleplay by Al. C. Ward. ©
      4Jan54; LU3038.

    45. Rugged Reverend. Original story and teleplay by Al C. Ward. ©
      4Jan54; LU3039.

    46. Yesterday’s Hero. Original story and teleplay by Al C. Ward. ©
      4Jan54; LU3040.

    47. The Gold Watch. Original story and teleplay by Lawrence Kimble.
      © 4Jan54; LU3041.

    48. The Comeback. Original story and teleplay by Warren Wilson. ©
      4Jan54; LU3042.

    49. The Eliminator. Original story and teleplay by Al C. Ward. ©
      4Jan54; LU3043.

    50. The Big Cheat. Original story and teleplay by Al C. Ward. ©
      4Jan54; LU3044.

    51. Radiology Story. Original story and teleplay by Al C. Ward. ©
      4Jan54; LU3045.

    52. Mother’s Day. Original story and teleplay by E. A. Dupont and
      David Chantler. © 4Jan54; LU3046.

    53. Baseball Story. Original story and teleplay by Lawrence Kimble.
      © 9Apr54; LU3047.

    54. Fear, Inc. Original story and teleplay by Lawrence Kimble. ©
      9Apr54; LU3048.

    55. Applejack. Original story and teleplay by Al C. Ward. © 9Apr54;
      LU3049.

    56. Murder by Messenger. Original story and teleplay by E. A. Dupont
      and David Chantler. © 9Apr54; LU3050.

    57. Innocence Will Out. Teleplay by Buck Houghton and Larry Kimble.
      Appl. title: Innocence Will Out. © 9Apr54; LU3051.

    58. Watch the Birdie. Original story by Erna Lazarus; teleplay by Al
      C. Ward. © 9Apr54; LU3052.

    59. On Their Own. Original story by Jack Nattiford; teleplay by
      Lawrence Kimble. © 9Apr54; LU3053.

    60. Train Story. Original story by Warren Wilson; teleplay by
      Lawrence Kimble. © 9Apr54; LU3054.

    61. Blind Justice. Original story by Luci Ward Nattiford; LU3055.

    62. The Room. Original story and teleplay by Lawrence Kimble. ©
      9Apr54; LU3056.

    63. Chance of Lifetime. Original story and teleplay by Al C. Ward. ©
      9Apr54; LU3057.

    64. An Honest Man. Original story and teleplay by George Callahan. ©
      9Apr54; LU3058.

    65. Shoplifter. Original story and teleplay by Al C. Ward. © 9Apr54;
      LU3059.

    66. Fall Guy. Original story and teleplay by David Chantler and E.
      A. Dupont. © 9Apr54; LU3060.

    67. Dangerous Man. Original story and teleplay by Lawrence Kimble. ©
      9Apr54; LU3061.

    68. Return of the Hoodlum. Original story and teleplay by Lawrence
      Kimble. © 9Apr54; LU3062.

    69. Taxi Dancer. Original story and teleplay by Lawrence Kimble. ©
      9Apr54; LU3063.

    70. The Stranger. Original story and teleplay by Al C. Ward. ©
      9Apr54; LU3064.

  BIG TOWN. Lever Brothers Co. 1 reel each, sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl.
    author: McCann-Erickson, Inc. © Lever Bros.

    71. The Consulate. © 22Oct54; LU3070.

    72. Killer for Hire. © 22Oct54; LU3071.

    73. Kid Stuff. © 22Oct54; LU3072.

    74. Planned Danger. © 22Oct54; LU3073.

    75. The Heir. © 22Oct54; LU3074.

    76. Deadline. © 22Oct54; LU3075.

    77. The Auctioneer. © 22Oct54; LU3076.

    78. Fifty Dollar Bill. © 22Oct54; LU3077.

    79. Walking Dead. © 22Oct54; LU3078.

    80. Mute Justice. © 22Oct54; LU3079.

    81. Pursuit. © 22Oct54 LU3080.

    82. The Jurist. © 22Oct54; LU3081.

    83. Innocent Target. © 22Oct54; LU3082.

    84. Babies for Sale. © 22Oct54; LU3083.

    85. 30 Days To Live. © 22Oct54; LU3084.

    86. Lost Lady. © 22Oct54; LU3085.

    87. Jeopardy. © 22Oct54; LU3086.

    88. Lovers Lane Bandit. © 22Oct54; LU3087.

    89. Dead to Rights. © 22Oct54; LU3088.

    90. Invitation to Death. © 22Oct54; LU3089.

    91. Four Hours To Live. © 22Oct54; LU3090.

    101. The Molester. © 27Apr55; LU3112.

    102. The Harbor Story. © 27Apr55; LU3111.

    103. Semper Fi. © 27Apr55; LU3110.

    104. Who Am I? © 27Apr55; LU3109.

    105. Baby Story. © 27Apr55; LU3108.

    106. Ferry Boat. © 27Apr55; LU3107.

    107. The Rat Pack. © 27Apr55; LU3106.

    108. Hot Car. © 27Apr55; LU3105.

    109. The Saucer Story. © 27Apr55; LU3104.

    110. Bubonic Plague. © 27Apr55; LU3103.

    111. The Senator Story. © 27Apr55; LU3102.

    112. Boy’s Week. © 27Apr55; LU3101.

    113. Race Track Story. © 27Apr55; LU3096.

    114. The Airplane Story. © 27Apr55; LU3100.

    115. The School Teacher. © 27Apr55; LU3098.

    116. Randolph’s Bomb. © 27Apr55; LU3099.

    117. The Grand Almost. © 27Apr55; LU3097.

    118. The Sniper. © 13Jul55; LU3114.

    119. The Lovers. © 13Jul55; LU3115.

    120. An Eye for an Eye. © 13Jul55; LU3116.

    121. Frame Up. © 13Jul55; LU3117.

    122. Police Story. © 13Jul55; LU3118.

    123. Egomaniac. © 13Jul55; LU3119.

    124. Used Car Finance Racket. © 13Jul55; LU3120.

    125. Firetrap. © 13Jul55; LU3121.

    126. The Phoney Hero. © 13Jul55; LU3122.

    127. Hurricane. © 13Jul55; LU3124.

    128. Medical Examiner. © 13Jul55; LU3123.

    129. Over Forty-Five. © 13Jul55; LU3125.

    130. Mercy Killing. © 13Jul55; LU3127.

    131. Foreign Correspondent. © 13Jul55; LU3126.

    132. Blood Money. © 31Aug55; LU3129.

    133. Material Witness. © 31Aug55; LU3130.

    134. Parole Board. © 31Aug55; LU3131.

    135. Comic Book. © 31Aug55; LU3132.

    136. Fight Game. © 31Aug55; LU3133.

    137. Honest Cop. © 31Aug55; LU3134.

    138. Thru Way. © 31Aug55; LU3135.

  THE BIG TREES. Warner Bros. Pictures, 1952. 89 min., sd., color. 35mm.
    Based on a story by Kenneth Earl. © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.;
    17Feb52; LP1493.

  BIG TROUBLE. Delco Battery. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co. 90 sec. (High
    Adventure Series) Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald Co., employer for
    hire of E. W. Birnbryer, author of script. © Campbell-Ewald Co.;
    14Jul58; MU6489.

  BIG TROUBLE. Lindsley Parsons Productions, 1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Lindsley Parsons Productions, Inc.; 7Jul52; LP1806.

  THE BIG U. SEE Whirlybirds, no. 1.

  THE BIG UMBRELLA. SEE The Damon Runyon Theatre, no. 10.

  THE BIG URANIUM STRIKE. SEE You’ll Never Get Rich.

  THE BIG WASH. SEE Big Town, no. 35.

  THE BIG WHEEL. A Harry Popkin, Sam Stiefel, Jack Dempsey Production.
    Released through United Artists, 1949. 92 min., sd., b&w. 35mm. ©
    Samuel H. Stiefel Productions; 4Nov49; LP2848.

  THE BIG WHEELS. SEE Col. Humphrey J. Flack.

  THE BIG WHITE ALBATROSS. SEE Navy Log.

  THE BIG WIDE HIGHWAY. Coronet Instructional Films. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.;
    4Oct55; MP6592.

  THE BIG WINNER. Chevrolet Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization.
    371 ft., b&w, 35mm. © Chevrolet Division, General Motors Corp.;
    27Aug56; MU6176.

  THE BIG.

    For other titles beginning with The Big SEE Dragnet.

  THE BIGAMIST. Filmakers Productions. 80 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Filmakers Productions, Inc.; 24Nov53; LP5608.

  BIGGER ACRES. Mathieson Agricultural Chemicals Division. Made by
    Wilding Picture Productions. 32 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome.
    © Mathieson Chemical Corp.; 5Apr54; LP3742.

  A BIGGER BUY. Jam Handy Organization for the Chevrolet Division,
    General Motors Corp. © 1950. 1 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Jam Handy
    Organization, Inc.; 31Oct50; MU5183.

  BIGGER THAN LIFE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 95 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Color by DeLuxe. Based on an article in
    the New Yorker by Berton Roueche. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp.; 2Aug56; LP7097.

  BIGGEST LITTLE RANGE. Jam Handy Organization for the Frigidaire
    Division of General Motors Corp. © 1951. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 19Sep51; MU5342.

  THE BIGGEST NEWS. Chevrolet Motor Division [1953] Produced by Jam
    Handy Organization. 75 ft., color, 35mm. © Chevrolet Motor Division,
    General Motors Corp.; 16Feb53; MU5513.

  THE BIJE WILCOX STORY. SEE Wagon Train.

  THE BIKE. SEE Lassie.

  THE BIKE RACE. Famous Cartoons. 7 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Famous
    Cartoons Co. (in notice: Famous Cartoons, Inc.); 1Feb58 (in notice:
    1957); LP13617.

  BIKE ROAD-EO. SEE Fury.

  BILKO.

    For titles beginning with Bilko or Bilko’s SEE

    The Phil Silvers Show.

    You’ll Never Get Rich.

  BILL BOTTLE’S BIRTHDAY. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 370.

  BILL BRAWNY PRIVATE EYE. SEE Bobo the Hobo and His Traveling Troupe in
    Bill Brawny.

  BILL DING. Film Commercials. 16mm. © Film Commercials, Inc.

    5. New Homes. 1 min. © 20Jul55; MP6514.

    5A. New Homes. 20 sec. © 20Jul55; MP6517.

    6. Garages. 1 min. © 20Jul55; MP6516.

    6A. Garages. 20 sec. © 20Jul55; MP6515.

  BILL DING. Film Commercials. 3 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. No. 1, 1A,
    2, 2A. Fix Up Time. © Film Commercials, Inc.; 21Nov53; MP4219-4222.

  BILL DING COLOR. Film Commercials. 4 motion pictures, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    © Film Commercials, Inc.; 6Jul54.

    3. 1 min. MP4913.

    3A. 20 sec. MP4914.

    4. 1 min. MP4915.

    4A. 20 sec. MP4916.

  BILL FRANKLIN. SEE The Millionaire.

  BILL HARDEY’S. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Cavalcade of Broadway) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 15Nov51; MP2135.

  BILL LONGLEY. SEE

    Stories of the Century.

    Tales of Wells Fargo.

  THE BILL OF RIGHTS OF THE UNITED STATES. Encyclopaedia Britannica
    Films. 19 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films, Inc.; 28Feb56 (in notice: 1955); MP7584.

  THE BILL SNYDER SHOW. Bill Snyder Productions. Made by Wilding Picture
    Productions. 22 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Bill Snyder Productions,
    Inc.; 30Jun54; LP4077.

  THE BILL TAWNEE STORY. SEE Wagon Train.

  BILLIARD AND BOWLING CHAMPS. Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    35mm. (World of Sports) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 18Jun53; MP3904.

  BILLIE THE GREAT. Apex Film Corp., 1950. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    The Lone Ranger, Inc.; 30Mar50; LP558.

  BILLY AND NANNY, THE GOAT TWINS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Second ed. First ed. entitled Goats. ©
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 20Apr53; MP3853.

  BILLY BOY. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 6 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. Technicolor. © Loew’s Incorporated; 27Apr54 (in notice:
    1953); LP3867.

  BILLY MAY AND HIS ORCHESTRA. Universal Pictures Co., 1952. 15 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. A Universal International picture. © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 24Jun52; LP1838.

  BILLY THE KID. Pfeiffer Brewing Co. Made by Jam Handy Organization.
    104 ft., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organisation, Inc.; 7Jun54; MU5747.

  BILLY THE KID. SEE

    Purdue Reading Films.

    Stories of the Century.

    Tales of Wells Fargo.

  BIMBO, JR. SEE Circus Boy, no. 39.

  BIMINI TUNA. Field & Stream. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author:
    Field & Stream Pub. Co. © Henry Holt & Co., Inc.; 21Jul56 (in
    notice: 1954); MP7637.

  A BINDLE OF DOPE. SEE Border Patrol.

  BING PRESENTS ORESTE. Paramount Pictures Corp. 11 min., sd., color,
    35mm. VistaVision. Technicolor. © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 27Jun56
    (in notice: 1955); MP7311.

  BIOGRAPHY OF THE UNBORN. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 16 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.;
    2May56; MP7567.

  BIRCH BARK SCROLL. SEE Hamm’s Beer Commercials, no. H-531R-SC.

  BIRD-BRAIN BIRD DOG. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 7 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. (Barney Bear Cartoon) Technicolor. © Loew’s
    Incorporated; 28Jun54 (in notice: 1952); LP3885.

  THE BIRD COMMUNITY. Moody Institute of Science. 12 min., sd., color,
    16mm. Kodachrome. © Moody Institute of Science; 29Dec55; MP6810.

  BIRD CONTROL. SEE John Kieran’s Kaleidoscope, no. 11.

  BIRD HOMES. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 2Jan57 (in
    notice: 1956); MP8120.

  A BIRD IN A BONNET. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., Technicolor,
    35mm. (Merrie Melody; Tweety-Sylvester Cartoon) © Vitaphone Corp.;
    27Sep58; MP9780.

  A BIRD IN A GUILTY CAGE. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1952. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Looney Tune Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 2Sep52 (in
    notice: 1951); MP2738.

  BIRD ISLAND. SEE John Kieran’s Kaleidoscope, no. 12.

  BIRD OF PARADISE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1951. 100 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. Based on the play of the same title by Richard
    Walton Tulley. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 14Mar51; LP852.

  BIRD SYMPHONY. Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon Cartoon) © Terrytoons,
    Inc.; 31Aug55; LP5351.

  BIRD WATCHERS. SEE Lassie.

  THE BIRDHOUSE. SEE Lassie.

  BIRDS AND BASS IN THE EVERGLADES. SEE Adventure Out of Doors, no. 8.

  THE BIRDS AND THE BEASES WERE THERE. Vitaphone Corp., 1951. A Warner
    Bros. short subject. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Sports Parade
    Series) A re-release. © The Vitaphone Corp.; 7Jul51 (in notice:
    1944); MP1526.

  THE BIRDS AND THE BEES. Gomalco. Released by Paramount Pictures Corp.
    94 min., sd., color, 35mm. VistaVision. Technicolor. Based on a
    story by Monckton Hoffe. © Gomalco, Inc.; 20Apr56 (in notice: 1955);
    LP6408.

  BIRDS ANONYMOUS. Warner Bros. Pictures. 7 min., sd., Technicolor,
    35mm. (Merrie Melodies; Tweety & Sylvester) © Vitaphone Corp.;
    10Aug57; MP9163.

  BIRDS ARE INTERESTING. Released by Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    1950. 11 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Paul Burnford; 20Sep50; MP674.

  BIRDS, BASS IN THE EVERGLADES. SEE Adventure Out of Doors, no. 8.

  BIRDS IN SPRING. SEE Spring Comes.

  BIRDS IN WINTER. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd., color,
    16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 31Dec58; MP9635.

  THE BIRD’S NEST. SEE Lizzie.

  BIRDS OF A FEATHER. SEE

    Have Gun - Will Travel.

    Tal Para Cual.

  BIRDS OF OUR STORYBOOKS. Coronet Instructional Films. 10 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films; 20Jan55; MP5609.

  BIRDS OF PREY. Borden Productions. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Wonders
    of the Wild) © Borden Productions, Inc., Richard Borden; 27Feb52 (in
    notice: 1951); MP6386.

  BIRDS OF THE COUNTRYSIDE. Coronet Instructional Films. 10 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. New edition. Educational author and photographer, Olin S.
    Pettingill, Jr. © John Smart; 12Jan54; MP4297.

  BIRDS OF THE DOORYARD. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. New edition. Educational author and photographer, Olin S.
    Pettingill, Jr. © John Smart; 12Jan54; MP4300.

  BIRDS THAT EAT FISH. International Film Bureau. Made by Crawley Films.
    6 min., sd., color, 16mm. (The Living Science Film Series, no. 3)
    Kodachrome. Appl. author: Wesley H. Greene. Appl. title: Living
    Science Series no. 2: Birds That Eat Fish (no. 1) © International
    Film Bureau, Inc.; 25Mar53 (in notice: 1952); MP4198.

  BIRDS THAT EAT FLESH. International Film Bureau. Made by Crawley
    Films. 6 min., sd., color, 16mm. (The Living Science Film Series,
    no. 4) Kodachrome. Appl. author: Wesley H. Greene. Appl. title:
    Living Science Series no. 2: Birds That Eat Flesh (no. 2) ©
    International Film Bureau, Inc.; 25Mar53 (in notice: 1952); MP4201.

  BIRDS THAT EAT INSECTS. International Film Bureau. Made by Crawley
    Films. 6 min., sd., color, 16mm. (The Living Science Film Series,
    no. 5) Kodachrome. Appl. author: Wesley H. Greene. Appl. title:
    Living Science Series no. 2: Birds That Eat Insects (no. 3) ©
    International Film Bureau, Inc.; 25Mar53 (in notice: 1952); MP4200.

  BIRDS THAT EAT SEEDS. International Film Bureau. Made by Crawley
    Films. 6 min., sd., color, 16mm. (The Living Science Film Series,
    no. 6) Kodachrome. Appl. author: Wesley H. Greene. Appl. title:
    Living Science Series no. 2: Birds That Eat Seeds (no. 4) ©
    International Film Bureau, Inc.; 25Mar53 (in notice: 1952); MP4199.

  BIRLING BEAR. SEE Hamm’s Beer Commercials, no. H-505-SC.

  BIRTH. Delco Battery. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co. 90 sec. Appl. author:
    Campbell-Ewald Co., employer for hire of Edward L. Traxler. ©
    Campbell-Ewald Co.; 17Apr57; MU6302.

  BIRTH OF A BAND. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    26Jul54; MP5008.

  BIRTH OF A BOOM. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 413.

  BIRTH OF A HERO. SEE Your All Star Theatre, no. 4.

  BIRTH OF JOHN THE BAPTIST. Family Films. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. (The
    Living Bible) Appl. authors: Sidney Christie (pseud., Nelson Leigh);
    Edward Dew. © Family Films, Inc.; 2Jun53; LP3492.

  THE BIRTH OF MODERN BOXING. SEE You Are There.

  THE BIRTH OF THE BLADE. SEE The Adventures of Jim Bowie, no. 2.

  BIRTH OF THE SAVIOR. Family Films. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (The
    Living Bible) Appl. authors: Sidney Christie (pseud., Nelson Leigh);
    Edward Dew. © Church Films, Inc. a.k.a. Church Films; 1Jul52;
    LP3591.

  BIRTH OF VENUS; ART OF THE RENAISSANCE. Art Film Productions. Released
    by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1952. 10 min., sd., color,
    35mm. Technicolor. Appl. title: Birth of Venus; Art of Renaissance.
    © Art Film Productions, Inc.; 29Nov52; MP3460.

  THE BIRTHDAY BAG. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 2.

  THE BIRTHDAY LETTER. SEE Adventures of Superman.

  BIRTHDAY PARTY (THE CHIMP) SEE The Dennis Day Show, no. 112.

  BIRTHDAY PRESENT. SEE Meet Mr. McNutley.

  BIRTHPLACE OF HOCKEY. Vitaphone Corp., 1953. 10 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Sports Parade) A Warner Bros. short subject. © The Vitaphone
    Corp.; 9Mar53 (in notice: 1952); MP3320.

  BIRTHRIGHT. Communication Materials Center under the auspices of
    Georgia Dept. of Public Health, with the cooperation of Hall County
    Health Dept., 1951. 45 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Columbia University
    Press; 21Mar51; MP1405.

  BIRTHRIGHT. SEE Fireside Theatre.

  THE BISCAY DUKE. Lindsley Parsons Productions, 1952. 3 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Lindsley Parsons Productions, Inc.; 12Nov52; LP2067.

  THE BISHOP OF THE BAYFIELD. SEE Navy Log.

  A BIT OF THE BEST. Vitaphone Corp. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Warner
    Varieties) A Warner Bros. short subject. © Vitaphone Corp.; 25Dec54;
    MP6724.

  BITE OF THE RUBY RED. SEE Soldiers of Fortune.

  BITTER BOUNTY. SEE The Adventures of Rin-Tin-Tin, no. 133.

  THE BITTER CHOICE. SEE General Electric Theatre.

  BITTER CREEK. Allied Artists Productions. Released by Monogram
    Pictures Corp. 74 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Allied Artists Pictures
    Corp.; 21Feb54; LP3290.

  THE BITTER LAND. SEE

    Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

    Zane Grey Theatre, no. 8420.

  BITTER MEDICINE. SEE The Adventures of Rin-Tin-Tin, no. 104.

  BITTER PARTING. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  BITTER RIVAL. Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Revue Productions, Inc.; 14Jan55; LP6808.

  BITTER SAGE. SEE Tension at Table Rock.

  BITTER VICTORY. Transcontinental Films and Robert Laffont Productions.
    Released by Columbia Pictures Corp. 83 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    CinemaScope. From a novel by Rene Hardy. © Transcontinental Films,
    S. A.; 20Mar58 (in notice: 1957); LP10413.

  BITTER WATERS. SEE Screen Directors Playhouse.

  BITTER WINE. SEE Have Gun - Will Travel.

  DEN BLÅ VECKAN. SEE The Scarlet Week.

  THE BLACK ACE. SEE As Negro.

  THE BLACK AGE. SEE Sergeant Preston of the Yukon, no. 50.

  BLACK AND WHITE SHEEP. SEE The Hunter, no. 12.

  BLACK BART. SEE Stories of the Century.

  BLACK BART, THE PO8. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 340.

  BLACK BEAR TWINS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 12 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. Second ed. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 20Apr53 (in
    notice: 1952); LP2888.

  BLACK BEAUTY. SEE Courage of Black Beauty.

  THE BLACK BELLIED TREE DUCK. R. J. Montgomery. 17 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © R. J. Montgomery; 19Feb57; MU6273.

  BLACK, BROWN, OR GOLD. Sherer Sales Co. [1953] 13 min., color, 16mm. ©
    Sherer Sales Co.; 6Mar53; MU5526.

  THE BLACK CASTLE. Universal Pictures Co., 1952. 81 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. A Universal International picture. © Universal Pictures Co.,
    Inc.; 2Nov52; LP2092.

  THE BLACK CAT WAITS. SEE Soldiers of Fortune.

  BLACK CATS AND BROOMSTICKS. RKO-Pathe. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Screenliner) © RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 4Oct55; MP6582.

  BLACK CREEK ENCOUNTER. SEE Zane Grey Theatre, no. 9448.

  THE BLACK DAKOTAS. Columbia Pictures Corp. 70 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Technicolor. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Sep54; LP4061.

  THE BLACK DEATH. SEE The Count of Monte Cristo.

  THE BLACK EYE. SEE Leave It to Beaver.

  THE BLACK EYES OF TEXAS. SEE Tales of the Texas Rangers, no. 21.

  BLACK FOREST. Princess Pictures. 8 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Princess
    Pictures, Inc.; 1Feb54; LP3475.

  BLACK FRIDAY. SEE Medic.

  BLACK FURY. Vitaphone Corp. 32 min., sd., color, 35mm. A Warner Bros.
    short subject. Warnercolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 9Sep53; MP8067.

  THE BLACK GHOST. SEE Buffalo Bill, Jr.

  THE BLACK GLOVE. Exclusive Films, London. Released in the U. S. by
    Lippert Pictures. 84 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel “Face
    the Music,” by Ernest Borneman. © Exclusive Films, Ltd.; 28Dec53;
    LP3509.

  BLACK GOLD. Lone Ranger, Inc., 1953. Made by Jack Chertok Productions.
    3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George W. Trendle. Appl. author:
    Jack Chertok Productions, Inc., employer for hire. © The Lone
    Ranger, Inc.; 9Apr53 (in notice: 1952); LP2656.

  BLACK GOLD. SEE Fury.

  BLACK HAND. Loew’s Inc., 1950. An MGM picture. 93 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Loew’s Inc.; 18Jan50 (in notice: 1949); LP2805.

  THE BLACK HAT. Apex Film Corp., 1950. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © The
    Lone Ranger, Inc.; 18May50; LP646.

  BLACK HILLS AMBUSH. Republic Pictures Corp., 1952. 54 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 28Apr52; LP1823.

  BLACK HORSE CANYON. Universal Pictures Co. 81 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    A Universal International picture. Technicolor. Based on the novel
    “The Wild Horse,” by Les Savage, Jr. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    17May54; LP3716.

  BLACK IS FOR GRIEF. SEE Zane Grey Theatre, no. 9454.

  BLACK JACK. SEE Judge Roy Bean.

  BLACK JACK KETCHUM. SEE Stories of the Century.

  BLACK JIM HAWK. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 161.

  BLACK KACHINA. SEE Adventures of Champion.

  THE BLACK KNIGHT. Warwick Film Productions, London. Released in the U.
    S. by Columbia Pictures Corp. 9 reels, sd., color, 35mm.
    Technicolor. © Warwick Film Productions, Ltd.; 30Nov54; LP4344.

  THE BLACK LASH. Western Adventure Productions, 1951. 55 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Western Adventure Productions, Inc.; 14Sep51; LP1537.

  BLACK LEAD. SEE Biff Baker, U. S. A.

  THE BLACK LEAPER. SEE State Trooper.

  BLACK LEG AND WHITE TIE. SEE Man Against Crime, June 24, 1953.

  BLACK LIGHT BEAUTY. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Campbell-Ewald
    Co. 3 motion pictures (50 sec., 15 sec., 90 sec.) Appl. author:
    Robert S. McTyre. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 14Dec55; MU6003-6004,
    MU6007.

  THE BLACK MATE. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  THE BLACK MERMAID. SEE M-Squad.

  BLACK MIKE. SEE Jerry Bartell’s Playtime, no. 11. Black Mike’s
    Treasure.

  BLACK MIKE’S TREASURE. SEE Jerry Bartell’s Playtime, no. 11.

  THE BLACK ORCHID. Paramount Pictures Corp. 95 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Ponti-Girosi production. VistaVision. © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    30Dec58; LP12870.

  THE BLACK PANTHER. Rod Ormond. Released by Howco Productions. 26 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. © Howco Productions, Inc.; 26Dec56; LP7550.

  BLACK PEARL. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue
    Productions, Inc.; 31Dec53; LP3324.

  THE BLACK PEARL. SEE Whirlybirds, no. 21.

  THE BLACK PIRATES. Salvador Films Corp. Released by Lippert Pictures.
    73 min., sd., color, 35mm. Ansco color. Based on the story El
    Torbellino, by Johnston McCulley. © Salvador Films Corp.; 30Dec54;
    LP4334.

  BLACK POWER. RKO-Pathe. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Screenliner) ©
    RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 16Apr54; MP4935.

  THE BLACK PURSE. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue
    Productions, Inc.; 31Dec54; LP4985.

  THE BLACK RAIDERS. SEE Blazing the Overland Trail, no. 3.

  THE BLACK RIDER. Flying A Pictures, 1950. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Flying A Pictures, Inc.; 26Oct50; LP430.

  THE BLACK ROAD. Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Revue Productions, Inc.; 9Jan56; LP7144.

  THE BLACK ROSE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1950. Produced by
    Twentieth Century-Fox Productions, London. 120 min., sd., color,
    35mm. Based on the novel of the same title by Thomas B. Costain. ©
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 24Aug50; LP1772.

  BLACK SAND, WHITE CORAL. SEE Border Patrol.

  THE BLACK SCARAB. SEE Soldiers of Fortune.

  THE BLACK SCORPION. Amex Productions. Released by Warner Bros.
    Pictures. 88 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. From a story by Paul Yawitz. ©
    Amex Productions, Inc.; 19Oct57; LP12503.

  BLACK SHEEP. William Boyd Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    William Boyd Productions, Inc.; 26Dec52; LP3033.

  BLACK SHEEP. SEE The Man Behind the Badge.

  THE BLACK SHEEP’S DAUGHTER. Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Revue Productions, Inc.; 28Mar55; LP6806.

  THE BLACK SHIELD OF FALWORTH. Universal Pictures Co. 99 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. A Universal International picture. A wide-screen
    production: CinemaScope. Technicolor. Based on the novel “Men of
    Iron,” by Howard Pyle. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 18Jul54;
    LP3917.

  THE BLACK SHIELD OF FALWORTH. Universal Pictures Co. 99 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. A Universal International picture. CinemaScope.
    Technicolor. Based on the novel “Men of Iron,” by Howard Pyle. ©
    Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 13Sep54; LP4066.

  THE BLACK SLEEP. Bel-Air Productions. Released by United Artists Corp.
    81 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Prospect Productions, Inc.; 8Jun56;
    LP6926.

  THE BLACK SOMBRERO. B. B. Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based
    on characters created by Clarence E. Mulford. © B. B. Productions;
    19Mar54; LP3500.

  THE BLACK TERROR. Range Rider Productions, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Range Rider Productions; 16Mar53; LP2411.

  BLACK 13. Vandyke Picture Corp., London. Released in the U.S. by
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 75 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 3Nov54; LP4256.

  BLACK TUESDAY. Leonard Goldstein Productions. Released by United
    Artists Corp. 80 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Leonard Goldstein
    Productions; 31Dec54; LP4427.

  BLACK WATERS. William Boyd Productions, 1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Based on characters created by Clarence E. Mulford. © William Boyd
    Productions, Inc.; 1Dec52; LP2390.

  THE BLACK WHIP. Regal Films. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp. 77 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. RegalScope. © Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp.; 8Dec56; LP7431.

  BLACK WIDOW. Apex Film Corp., 1950. 26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © The
    Lone Ranger, Inc.; 24Aug50; LP712.

  BLACK WIDOW. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 94 min., sd., color,
    35mm. CinemaScope. Based on a story by Patrick Quentin. © Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp.; 27Oct54; LP4342.

  THE BLACK WOODS. SEE Lassie.

  BLACKBEARD THE PIRATE. RKO Radio Pictures, 1952. 99 min., sd., color,
    35mm. © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 25Nov52; LP2178.

  BLACKBEARD, THE PRIVATE. SEE Captain Z-ro.

  BLACKBOARD JUMBLE. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 6 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. (Droopy Cartoon) CinemaScope. Perspecta sound.
    Technicolor. © Loew’s Incorporated; 31Dec56; LP9123.

  BLACKBOARD JUNGLE. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 100 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel by Evan Hunter. © Loew’s
    Incorporated; 4Mar55; LP4496.

  BLACKBURN’S HEADHUNTERS. SEE Surrender, Hell!

  BLACKHAWK. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1952. 30 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Released in 15 chapters, approx. 20 min. each. Based on the
    Blackhawk Comic Magazine characters drawn by Reed Crandall. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.

    1. Distress Call from Space. © 24Jul52; LP1847.

    2. Blackhawk Traps a Traitor. © 31Jul52; LP1851.

    3. In the Enemy’s Hideout. © 7Aug52; LP1860.

    4. The Iron Monster. © 14Aug52; LP1908.

    5. Human Targets! © 21Aug52; LP1888.

    6. Blackhawk’s Leap for Life. © 28Aug52; LP1889.

    7. Mystery Fuel. © 4Sep52; LP1909.

    8. Blasted from the Sky. © 11Sep52; LP1918.

    9. Blackhawk Tempts Fate. © 18Sep52; LP1945.

    10. Chase for Element X. © 25Sep52; LP1941.

    11. Forced Down. © 2Oct52; LP1981.

    12. Drums of Doom. © 9Oct52; LP1980.

    13. Blackhawk’s Daring Plan. © 16Oct52; LP1983.

    14. Blackhawk’s Wild Ride. © 23Oct52; LP2007.

    15. The Leader Unmasked. © 4Nov52; LP2042.

  BLACKJACK. SEE The Adventures of Ellery Queen.

  BLACKJACK KETCHUM, DESPERADO. Columbia Pictures Corp. 8 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on a novel by Louis L’Amour. © Columbia Pictures
    Corp.; 20Mar56; LP6098.

  BLACKMAIL. SEE

    The Adventures of Superman.

    Crusader.

    Steve Canyon, no. 9230.

  THE BLACKMAIL CASE. SEE Border Patrol.

  THE BLACKMAILER. SEE Col. Humphrey J. Flack.

  BLACKOUT. Exclusive Films, London. Released in the U. S. by Lippert
    Pictures. 87 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel “Murder by
    Proxy,” by Helen Nielsen. © Exclusive Films, Ltd.; 29Dec53; LP3508.

  BLACKOUT. SEE Mr. and Mrs. North. No. 25.

  BLACKWATER VALLEY FEUD. Flying A Pictures, 1950. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Flying A Pictures, Inc.; 3Sep50; LP374.

  BLAKEMAN’S BOTTLE. SEE The Conrad Nagel Theater.

  BLANCHE AND BROTHER ROGER MOVE IN WITH BURNSES. SEE The George Burns
    and Gracie Allen Show, no. 139.

  BLANCHE AND CLARA BAGLEY LEAVE THEIR HUSBANDS. SEE The George Burns
    and Gracie Allen Show, no. 121.

  BLANCHE GETS A JURY NOTICE. SEE Burns & Allen Show, no. 288.

  BLANCHE SECRETLY BUYS A FUR STOLE. SEE The George Burns and Gracie
    Allen Show, no. 28.

  BLANCHE WANTS NEW CAR: GRACIE GETS VON ZELL A WIFE. SEE The George
    Burns and Gracie Allen Show, no. 20.

  BLANCHE’S BROTHER, ROGER THE MOOCHER, VISITS. SEE The George Burns and
    Gracie Allen Show, no. 124.

  BLANCHE’S MOTHER ARRIVES. SEE The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show,
    no. 244.

  THE BLANK WALL. SEE The Whistler, no. 23.

  THE BLANKET. SEE Lassie.

  BLARNEY STONE. SEE Oh Susanna.

  BLAST AT GUNSTOCK PASS. SEE Blazing the Overland Trail, no. 8.

  BLAST OF OBLIVION! SEE Riding With Buffalo Bill, no. 10.

  BLASTED BY CAPTAIN AFRICA. SEE Adventures of Captain Africa, no. 9.

  THE BLAU-HOLSTEIN MEMOIRS. SEE Private Secretary, no. 27.

  BLAZE BUSTERS. Vitaphone Corp., 1951. A Warner Bros. short subject. 10
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Vitaphone Corp.; 10Jan51 (in notice:
    1950); MP791.

  BLAZE OF GLORY. SEE General Electric Theater.

  BLAZEAWAY. Flying A Pictures, 1951. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Flying
    A Pictures, Inc.; 16Nov51; LP1319.

  BLAZING ACROSS THE PECOS. SEE Tales of the Texas Rangers, no. 14.

  BLAZING BULLETS. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1951. 51 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 6May51; LP854.

  THE BLAZING FOREST. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1952. 90 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 1Dec52; LP2105.

  BLAZING GUNS. Castle Films, 1949. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. © United
    World Films, Inc.; 15Aug49; LP2315.

  BLAZING GUNS. SEE Buffalo Bill, Jr.

  BLAZING PERIL. SEE Blazing the Overland Trail, no. 14.

  THE BLAZING SUN. Gene Autry Productions, 1950. 70 min., sd., sepia,
    35mm. © Gene Autry Productions; 30Nov50; LP553.

  BLAZING THE OVERLAND TRAIL. Columbia Pictures Corp. 2 reels each, sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.

    1. Gun Emperor of the West. © 4Aug56; LP6912.

    2. Riding the Danger Trail. © 4Aug56; LP6913.

    3. The Black Raiders. © 4Aug56; LP6914.

    4. Into the Flames. © 4Aug56; LP6925.

    5. Trapped in a Runaway Wagon. © 4Aug56; LP7208.

    6. Rifles for Redskins. © 4Aug56; LP7209.

    7. Midnight Attack! © 4Aug56; LP7127.

    8. Blast at Gunstock Pass. © 4Aug56; LP7128.

    9. War at the Wagon Camp! © 4Aug56; LP7129.

    10. Buffalo Stampede. © 4Aug56; LP7130.

    11. Into the Fiery Blast. © 4Aug56; LP7131.

    12. Cave-In. © 4Aug56; LP7237.

    13. Bugle Call. © 4Aug56; LP7238.

    14. Blazing Peril. © 4Aug56; LP7239.

    15. Raiders Unmasked. © 4Aug56; LP7240.

  BLESSED MIDNIGHT. SEE Du Pont Theater.

  THE BLESSING. SEE Count Your Blessings.

  BLESSING IN DISGUISE. SEE Private Secretary.

  BLIND AS A BAT. Moody Institute of Science of the Moody Bible
    Institute. 7 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Moody Institute of Science;
    17Jun54; MP6685.

  THE BLIND BUDDHA. Lindsley Parsons Productions, 1952. 25 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. (Crime File Series, no. 13) © Lindsley Parsons
    Productions, Inc.; 27Feb52; LP1547.

  BLIND CANYON. Range Rider Productions, 1952. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    © Range Rider Productions; 31Jan52; LP1454.

  BLIND DATE. SEE

    Heckle and Jeckle, the Talking Magpies, in Blind Date.

    Our Miss Brooks, no. 93.

    Whirlybirds, no. 55.

  BLIND ENCOUNTER. William Boyd Productions, 1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. Based on characters created by Clarence E. Mulford. © William
    Boyd Productions, Inc.; 1Dec52; LP2391.

  BLIND JUSTICE. SEE

    Big Town, no. 61.

    Invisible Man, no. 11.

    Sergeant Preston of the Yukon, no. 52.

  BLIND LUCK. SEE Inner Sanctum.

  THE BLIND PIANIST. SEE Peter Gunn.

  BLIND SOLDIER. SEE Lassie.

  BLIND SPOT. SEE Man with a Camera.

  THE BLIND TRAIL. Range Rider Productions, 1952. 25 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Range Rider Productions; 24Jan52 (in notice: 1951); LP1439.

  BLIND VICTORY. SEE Whirlybirds, no. 56.

  BLIND WITNESS. SEE The Lone Ranger.

  BLINDMAN’S BUFF. SEE City Detective.

  A BLISSFUL BLUNDER. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1952. 17 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (All Star Comedy) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 8May52; LP1787.

  BLIZZARD. SEE The Loretta Young Show, no. 4006-6.

  BLIZZARD BOUND. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  THE BLOB. Paramount Pictures Corp. 85 min., sd., Color by DeLuxe,
    35mm. A Tonylyn production. From an original idea by Irvine H.
    Millgate. © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 1Oct58; LP12114.

  THE BLOND BOMBER. SEE The Adventures of the Falcon.

  THE BLOND DOG. Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Revue Productions, Inc.; 11Feb55; LP6991.

  BLONDE ATOM BOMB. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 17 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 8Mar51; LP912.

  BLONDE BAIT. Associated Film Releasing Corp. 71 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    © Associated Film Releasing Corp.; 21Jul56; LP9247.

  THE BLONDE BANDIT. Republic Pictures Corp., 1949. 60 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 28Dec49; LP2843.

  BLONDE DYNAMITE. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1950. 66 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 12Feb50; LP3.

  THE BLONDE KING. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 453.

  BLONDE MINK. SEE The Damon Runyon Theatre, no. 30.

  THE BLONDE ORCHID. SEE City Detective.

  BLONDIE. Hal Roach Studios. 30 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Hal Roach
    Studios.

    Blondie Redecorates. © 10Apr57; LP8975.

    Blondie, the Breadwinner. © 29Mar57; LP8971.

    Blondie’s Double. © 17Apr57; LP9094.

    Cupid’s Question Column. © 31May57; LP8976.

    The Deception. © 19Apr57; LP8972.

    The Feud. © 15Feb57; LP8966.

    Folks Who Came to Dinner. © 18Jan57; LP8960.

    Follow that Man. © 14Jun57; LP9091.

    Get That Gun. © 8Feb57; LP8968.

    The Glamour Girl. © 5Apr57; LP8961.

    Home Sweet Home. © 1Feb57; LP8967.

    Howdy Neighbor. © 28Jun57; LP9092.

    Husbands Once Removed. © 1Mar57; LP8964.

    The Idol. © 15Mar57; LP8962.

    It’s for the Birds. © 11Jun57; LP9095.

    Made To Fire. © 3May57; LP8974.

    Oil for the Lamps of Blondie. © 22Mar57; LP8963.

    The Other Woman. © 25Jan57; LP8969.

    The Party. © 21Jun57; LP8978.

    The Payoff Money. © 8Mar57; LP8970.

    Puppy Love. © 26Apr57; LP9096.

    The Quiz Show. © 22Feb57; LP8965.

    The Rummage Sale. © 12Apr57; LP8973.

    The Spy. © 24Apr57; LP8977.

    Sudden Wealth. © 4Jan57; LP9093.

    The Tramp. © 7Jun57; LP9090.

  BLONDIE REDECORATES. SEE Blondie.

  BLONDIE, THE BREADWINNER. SEE Blondie.

  BLONDIE’S DOUBLE. SEE Blondie.

  BLONDIE’S HERO. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 60 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on Chic Young’s “Blondie” comic. © Columbia Pictures
    Corp.; 31Jan50; LP2809.

  BLOOD ALLEY. Batjac Productions. Released by Warner Bros. Pictures.
    115 min., sd., color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Warnercolor. Based on the
    novel of the same title by A. S. Fleischman. © Batjac Productions,
    Inc.; 1Oct55; LP7777.

  BLOOD ALLEY. SEE Navy Log.

  BLOOD ARROW. Regal Films. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.
    75 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. RegalScope. An Emirau production. ©
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 29Dec57; LP12720.

  BLOOD BROTHER. SEE

    Broken Arrow.

    The Rifleman, no. 6271.

    Topper, no. T234.

  BLOOD BROTHERS. SEE

    Adventures of Rin-Tin-Tin, no. 12.

    I Spy.

  BLOOD IN THE DUST. SEE Zane Grey Theatre, no. 8402.

  THE BLOOD LINE. SEE Navy Log.

  BLOOD MONEY. SEE

    Big Town, no. 132.

    Gunsmoke.

  BLOOD OF DRACULA. Carmel Productions. Released by American
    International Pictures. 69 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Carmel
    Productions, Inc.; 4Nov57; LP9437.

  BLOOD OF THE VAMPIRE. Artistes Alliance (W.N.W.). Released by Eros
    Films. Sd., Eastman color, 35mm. © Joseph Auerbach; 24Oct58;
    LP13092.

  BLOOD ON THE BRANCHES. SEE Girl in the Woods.

  THE BLOOD ROCK MINE. SEE Wire Service.

  BLOOD, SWEAT, AND LAUGHS. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 73.

  BLOOD TRAIL. SEE Tales of the Texas Rangers, no. 5.

  BLOODHOUNDS OF BROADWAY. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1952. 90
    min., sd., color, 35mm. Based on the story of the same title by
    Damon Runyon. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 11Nov52; LP2328.

  THE BLOODY AUTO CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  BLOODY HANDS. SEE Gunsmoke.

  BLOODY IWO. SEE Crusade in the Pacific, no. 19.

  THE BLOODY SPUR. SEE While the City Sleeps.

  THE BLOW OFF. SEE Crusader.

  BLOW, WIND, BLOW: BACKGROUND FOR READING AND EXPRESSION. Coronet,
    1952. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © David A. Smart; 1May52; MP2366.

  BLOWING WILD. United States Pictures. Released by Warner Bros.
    Pictures. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © United States Pictures, Inc.;
    4Nov54 (in notice: 1953); LP4109.

  BLOWOUT. SEE Rendezvous.

  THE BLUE ANGEL. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Cavalcade of Broadway Series) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Apr51 (in
    notice: 1950); MP1560.

  THE BLUE ANGEL. Jack Cummings Productions. Released by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp. 107 min., sd., Color by DeLuxe, 35mm.
    CinemaScope. Based on a screenplay by Karl Zuckmayer and others.
    From a novel by Heinrich Mann. © Jack Cummings Productions, Inc. &
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 28Aug59; LP14455.

  BLUE BARRON AND HIS ORCHESTRA. Universal, 1952. 15 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 18Feb52; LP1501.

  BLUE BLOOD. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1951. 72 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Suggested by the story, “Dog Meat,” by Peter B. Kyne. © Monogram
    Pictures Corp.; 28Jan51; LP666.

  THE BLUE BLOOD OF BILKO. SEE The Phil Silvers Show.

  BLUE CANADIAN ROCKIES. Gene Autry Productions. Released by Columbia
    Pictures Corp., 1952. 58 min., sd., sepia, 35mm. © Gene Autry
    Productions; 23Oct52; LP1982.

  BLUE CAT BLUES. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Tom and Jerry Cartoon) CinemaScope. Technicolor. ©
    Loew’s Incorporated; 3Oct56; LP7801.

  BLUE COAST. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Universal International Color Parade) © Universal Pictures Co.,
    Inc.; 1Dec55; LP5678.

  THE BLUE DANUBE. Warner Bros. Pictures. 17 min., sd., WarnerColor,
    35mm. (Scope Gem Special) © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 25Jul57;
    MP9116.

  BLUE DANUBE, and UNFINISHED SYMPHONY. Variety Film Distributors.
    Distributed by United Artists, 1950. 11 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Amerigo Benefico; 3Jul50; MP442.

  BLUE DENIM. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 89 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    CinemaScope. Based on the play by James Leo Herlihy and William
    Noble. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 30Jul59; LP14427.

  BLUE FLAME. Peoples Gas Light & Coke Co. Made by Wilding Picture
    Productions. 25 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Peoples Gas Light & Coke
    Co.; 9Oct56; MP8573.

  THE BLUE GARDENIA. Warner Bros. Pictures, 1953. 90 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Blue Gardenia Productions, Inc.; 26Mar53; LP2441.

  BLUE GOLDFISH. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 9.

  BLUE HAWAII. (Screen Song) Paramount Pictures Inc., 1950. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 13Jan50; MP4965.

  BLUE HOLES OF ANDROS. Fenjohn Underwater Photo & Equipment Co. © 1950.
    700 ft., 16mm. © Fenjohn Underwater Photo & Equipment Co.; title,
    descr., & 2 prints. 5Jan50; MU4861.

  THE BLUE HOTEL. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  BLUE INDIGO. SEE M-Squad.

  THE BLUE LAGOON. Independent Producers, London, 1948. Released in the
    U. S. by Universal International. 101 min., sd., color, 35mm. Based
    on the novel by Henry de Vere Stacpoole. © Independent Producers.
    Ltd.; 1Aug48; LP426.

  THE BLUE LAMP. Ealing Studios, London. Released in the U.S. by Eagle
    Lion Films, 1950. 84 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Ealing Studios, Ltd.;
    pub. in Eng. 25Jan50; pub. in U.S. 30Jun50 (in notice: 1949); LP353.

  BLUE MEN OF MOROCCO. Walt Disney Productions. Released by Buena Vista
    Film Distribution Co. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (People and Places)
    Technicolor. © Walt Disney Productions; 25Oct55; MP8410.

  BLUE PLATE SYMPHONY. SEE The Talking Magpies in Blue Plate Symphony.

  BLUE RIBBON. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization.
    75 ft., color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Chevrolet Motor Division,
    General Motors Corp.; 6Aug56; MU6155.

  THE BLUE RIBBON. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 123.

  THE BLUE VEIL. Wald-Krasna Productions. Released by RKO Radio
    Pictures, 1951. 114 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Wald-Krasna Productions,
    Inc.; 27Oct51; LP1311.

  THE BLUE WALL. Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Revue Productions, Inc.; 2Dec56; MP8361.

  BLUE WATER SPORTS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd.,
    color, 35mm. (A Movietone CinemaScope) © Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp.; 5Nov58; MP9312.

  BLUEBEARD’S SEVENTH WIFE. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  BLUEBIRD PAS DE DEUX. SEE Nutcracker Pas de Deux.

  BLUEFIN FURY. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., color,
    35mm. CinemaScope. An Astrafilm presentation. © Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp.; 19Apr57; MP8218.

  BLUEGRASS LAND OF KENTUCKY. Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors
    Corp. [1952] Produced by Jam Handy Organization. 3 min., color,
    35mm. © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.: 22Apr52; MU5427.

  BLUE GRASS OF KENTUCKY. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1950. 72 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 22Jan50; LP148.

  A BLUEPRINT FOR MURDER. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 76 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 22Jul53; LP2861.

  BLUEPRINT FOR POWER. National Electrical Manufactures Assn. Made by
    Jam Handy Organization. 646 ft., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Jam
    Handy Organization, Inc.; 18Jan56; MU6014.

  BLUES BUSTERS. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1950. 67 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 29Oct50; LP668.

  BLUNDER BOYS. Columbia Pictures Corp. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 3Nov55; LP5513.

  A BLUNDERFUL TIME. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 16 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (All Star Comedy Series) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 22Sep50;
    LP461.

  BOARDING SCHOOL. SEE

    The Danny Thomas Show, no. 91.

    Leave It to Beaver.

  THE BOARDINGHOUSE. SEE The Rifleman, no. 6235.

  THE BOAT. SEE Topper, no. T130.

  A BOAT IN THE FAMILY. Outboard Boating Club of America. Made by Film
    Arts Productions. 27 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Film Artists
    Productions, Inc.; 17Jul56; LP7004.

  BOATS. SEE Science Pictures, no. 2.

  BOATS: BUOYANCY, STABILITY, PROPULSION. Coronet Instructional Films.
    13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division
    of Esquire, Inc.; 31Mar59; MP9625.

  BOATS, MOTORS AND PEOPLE. American National Red Cross. Made by
    National Film Studios. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © American National
    Red Cross; 4Jun58; MP8960.

  BOB CUMMINGS SHOW. LHM Productions. Approx. 29 min. each, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Laurel Productions, Inc., Henning Corp. & McCadden Corp.

    152. The King Versus the Chorus Girl. © 30Jun59; LP14418.

    153. Bob In Surgery. © 31Mar59; LP13755.

    154. Bob Meets Van Doren. © 3Feb59; LP14935

    156. Bob Clashes with Ken. © 7Jul59; LP14412.

    157. Bob Gets Zodiac-Ed. © 17Mar59; LP13756.

    158. Bob and the Ballet. © 21Apr59; LP13754.

    159. Bob and the Ballerina. © 5May59; LP13760.

    160. Bob, the Baby Sitter. © 17Feb59; LP14936.

    161. Bob Seeks a Wife. © 24Feb59; LP13761.

    162. Bob Buys a Dog. © 3Mar59; LP13757.

    163. Bob, the Matchmaker. © 10Mar59; LP14937.

    164. Bob Tangles with Engel. © 7Apr59; LP13759.

    165. Bob Goes Western. © 24Mar59; LP14938.

    166. Bob Goes to Sea. © 14Apr59; LP13758.

    167. Grandpa Strikes Oil. © 12May59; LP14417.

    168. Grandpa Runs Away. © 19May59; LP14413.

    169. Bob Helps Martha. © 26May59; LP14411.

    170. Bob Helps Von Zell. © 2Jun59; LP14416.

    171. Bob and the Pediatrician. © 9Jun59; LP14415.

    172. Bob Gets Hypnotized. © 16Jun59; LP14414.

    173. Bob, the Last Bachelor. © 23Jun59; LP14410.

  THE BOB CUMMINGS SHOW. Laurel Productions and McCadden Corp. 29 min.
    each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Laurel Productions, Inc. & McCadden Corp.

    98. May 23, 1957. Bob Ages Margaret. © 23May57; LP8636.

    99. Bob for Mayor. © 15Oct57; LP9689.

    100. May 30, 1957. Bob Gets Outuncled. © 30May57; LP8637.

    101. Air Force Calls Bob, Grandpa Answers. © 24Sep57; LP9687.

    102. Bob Gets Schultzy Into Pictures. © 1Oct57; LP9688.

    103. Bob Gets Neighborly. © 8Oct57; LP9686.

    104. Bob Hires a Maid. © 22Oct57; LP9685.

    105. Bob Meets Bill Lear. © 19Nov57; LP9801.

    106. Bob, the Body Builder. © 12Nov57; LP9802.

    107. Bob Slows Down. © 29Oct57; LP9803.

    108. Bob Wins the Olympics. © 3Dec57; LP9800.

    109. Thanksgiving at Grandpa’s. © 26Nov57; LP9797.

    110. Bob and the New Receptionist. © 17Dec57; LP9798.

    111. Bob, the Gunslinger. © 10Dec57; LP9799.

    112. Bob’s Christmas Party. © 24Dec57; LP10274.

    113. Bob Gives Psychology Lesson. (Bob Gives Chuck Psychology
      Lesson) © 31Dec57; LP10275.

    114. Bob and Harvey Go Hunting. © 7Jan58 (in notice: 1957); LP10276.

    115. Bob and Harvey Get Ambushed. © 14Jan58 (in notice: 1957);
      LP10277.

    116. Bob, the Gorilla Trainer. © 21Jan58 (in notice: 1957); LP10278.

    117. Bob’s Italian Past. © 11Feb58 (in notice: 1957); LP10547.

    118. Bob Goes Hillbilly. © 28Jan58 (in notice: 1957); LP10548.

    119. Bob’s Italian Past Moves in. © 18Feb58 (in notice: 1957);
      LP10549.

    120. Bob Gives S.R.O. Performance. © 4Mar58 (in notice: 1957);
      LP10550.

    121. Bob Falls for Schultzy? © 4Feb58 (in notice: 1957); LP10551.

  THE BOB CUMMINGS SHOW. Laurel Productions and McCadden Corp. 29 min.
    each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Laurel Productions, Inc., & McCadden Corp.
    or Laurel & McCadden Productions, accepted alternative designation
    of Laurel Productions, Inc. & McCadden Corp.

    1. Jan. 2, 1955. Calling Dr. Baxter. © 2Jan55; LP7928.

    2. Jan 9, 1955. Hiring a Receptionist. © 9Jan55; LP7926.

    3. Jan. 16, 1955. It’s Later Than You Think. © 16Jan55; LP7929.

    4. Jan. 23, 1955. A Boyfriend for Schultzy. © 8May55; LP7927.

    5. Jan. 30, 1955. Chuck Falls for English Teacher. © 23Jan55;
      LP7925.

    6. Jan. 30, 1955. Bob Becomes a Genius. © 30Jan55; LP7956.

    7. Feb. 6, 1955. A Date for Margaret. © 6Feb55; LP7958.

    8. Feb. 13, 1955. Bob Gives Up Girls. © 13Feb55; LP7959.

    9. Feb. 20, 1955. The Eyes of Texas. © 20Feb55; LP7962.

    10. Feb. 27, 1955. The Girl from France. © 27Feb55; LP7960.

    11. Mar. 6, 1955. Ideal Husband. © 6Mar55; LP7693.

    12. Mar. 13, 1955. The Rival Photographer. © 13Mar55; LP7957.

    13. Mar. 20, 1955. The Bachelor Apartment. © 20Mar55; LP7694.

    14. Mar. 27, 1955. Mrs. Montague’s Niece. © 27Mar55; LP7961.

    15. Apr. 10, 1955. Bob to the Rescue. © 10Apr55; LP7968.

    16. Apr. 3, 1955. Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Cummings. © 3Apr55; LP7964.

    17. Apr. 17, 1955. Air Corps Vs. Marriage. © 17Apr55; LP7965.

    18. Apr. 24, 1955. Advice to the Lovelorn. © 24Apr55; LP7966.

    19. May 1, 1955. Choosing Miss Coffee Break. © 1May55; LP7973.

    20. May 22, 1955. Bob Plays Cupid. © 22May55; LP7970.

    21. May 15, 1955. Schultzy’s Dream World. © 15May55; LP7971.

    22. May 29, 1955. Uncle Bob-Bob. © 29May55; LP7972.

    23. June 5, 1955. The Silver-Tongued Orator. © 5Jun55; LP7969.

    24. June 12, 1955. Bob’s Birthday. © 12Jun55; LP7967.

    25. June 19, 1955. Return of the Wolf. © 19Jun55; LP7974.

    26. July 7, 1955. Chuck Goes Hollywood. © 7Jul55; LP7548.

    27. June 26, 1955. El Lobo Strikes Again. © 26Jun55; LP8054.

    28. July 28, 1955. Bob Glamorizes Schultzy. © 28Jul55; LP7976.

    29. Oct. 6, 1955. Bob Meets Fonda’s Sister. © 6Oct55; LP7449.

    30. Sept. 22, 1955. Bob Rescues Mrs. Neemeyer. © 22Sep55; LP7688.

    31. Sept. 29, 1955. Bob Saves the Day. © 29Sep55; LP7975.

    32. Oct. 13, 1955. Too Many Cooks. © 13Oct55; LP7450.

    33. Oct. 20, 1955. Bob Falls in Love. © 20Oct55; LP7687.

    34. Oct. 27, 1955. Hawaii Calls. © 27Oct55; LP7451.

    35. Nov. 3, 1955. Hawaii Comes Calling. © 3Nov55; LP7682.

    36. Nov. 10, 1955. Hawaii Stays. © 10Nov55; LP7683.

    37. Nov. 17, 1955. Wedding, Wedding, Who’s Having the Wedding. ©
      17Nov55; LP7452.

    38. Nov. 24, 1955. Bob’s One Day to Relax. © 24Nov55; LP7684.

    39. Dec. 1, 1955. Bob Avoids Another Niece. © 1Dec55; LP7453.

    40. Dec. 8, 1955. The Wolf Sitter. © 8Dec55 (in notice: 1956);
      LP7457.

    41. Dec. 15, 1955. The Christmas Spirit. © 15Dec55; LP7685.

    42. Dec. 22, 1955. Grandpa’s Christmas Visit. © 22Dec55 (in notice:
      1956); LP7963.

    43. Dec. 28, 1955. The Sheik. © 29Dec55 (in notice: 1956); LP7458.

    44. Jan. 5, 1956. The Letter. © 5Jan56; LP7440.

    45. Jan. 12, 1956. The School Play. © 12Jan56; LP7686.

    46. Jan 19, 1956. Bob Joins the Drama Group. © 19Jan56; LP7995.

    47. Jan. 26, 1956. The Acid Test. © 26Jan56; LP7441.

    48. Feb. 2, 1956. The Dominant Sex. © 2Feb56; LP7998.

    49. Feb. 9, 1956. Too Many Women. © 9Feb56; LP7997.

    50. Feb. 16, 1956. Snowbound. © 16Feb56; LP7931.

    51. Feb. 23, 1956. Long Live the King. © 23Feb56; LP7549.

    52. July 5, 1956. Petticoat Derby. © 5Jul56; LP7445.

    53. Mar. 1, 1956. The Fallen Idol. © 1Mar56; LP7518.

    54. Mar. 8, 1956. The Wolf Who Came to Dinner. © 8Mar56; LP7442.

    55. Mar. 15, 1956. Hail to Thee, Oh Alma Mater. © 15Mar56; LP7999.

    56. Mar. 22, 1956. Chuck Visits Grandpa. © 22Mar56; LP7443.

    57. May 31, 1956. Masquerade Party. © 31May56; LP7547.

    58. Apr. 5, 1956. The Con Man. © 5Apr56; LP7996.

    59. Apr. 12, 1956. The Trouble with Henry. © 12Apr56; LP7545.

    60. Apr. 26, 1956. Air Force Versus Navy. © 26Apr56; LP7991.

    61. May 3, 1956. The Boys Join Up. © 3May56; LP7992.

    62. May 10, 1956. The Sergeant Wore Skirts. © 10May56; LP7994.

    63. May 24, 1956. Scramble for Grandpa. © 24May56; LP7993.

    64. June 14, 1956. Bob, the Chaperon. © 14Jun56; LP7546.

    65. June 21, 1956. Margaret Becomes Sadie Thompson. © 21Jun56;
      LP7444.

    66. Oct. 4, 1956. Grandpa Meets Zsa Zsa. © 4Oct56; LP7446.

    67. Oct. 11, 1956. Bob Buys a Plane. © 11Oct56; LP7447.

    68. Oct. 18, 1956. Bob Batches It. © 18Oct56; LP7448.

    69. Oct. 25, 1956. The Beautiful Psychologist. © 25Oct56; LP7454.

    70. Nov. 1, 1956. The Boston Mother Returns. © 1Nov56; LP7456.

    71. Nov. 8, 1956. Miss Joplin Arrives. © 8Nov56; LP7455.

    72. Nov. 15, 1956. The Double Date. © 15Nov56; LP7699.

    73. Nov. 22, 1956. Schultzy Says No. © 22Nov56; LP7698.

    74. Dec. 6, 1956. Chuck Buys a Hot Rod. © 6Dec56; LP7696.

    75. Nov. 29, 1956. Air Force Vs. Ruthie. © 29Nov56; LP7697.

    76. Dec. 13, 1956. How To Handle Women. © 13Dec56; LP7695.

    77. Dec. 27, 1956. Bob Uncovers Ruthie’s Past. © 27Dec56; LP7935.

    78. Jan. 3, 1957. Bob Traps a Wolf. © 3Jan57 (in notice: 1956);
      LP7933.

    79. Jan. 10, 1957. Beach Bandit (Eleven Angry Women) © 10Jan57 (in
      notice: 1956); LP7932.

    80. Jan. 17, 1957. Bob Gives Pamela the Bird. © 17Jan57 (in notice:
      1956); LP7934.

    81. Jan. 24, 1957. The Models Revolt. © 24Jan57 (in notice: 1956);
      LP8177.

    82. Jan. 31, 1957. Bob Saves Dr. Chuck. © 31Jan57 (in notice: 1956);
      LP8178.

    83. Feb. 7, 1957. Bob Becomes Chuck’s First Patient. © 7Feb57 (in
      notice: 1956); LP8179.

    84. Feb. 14, 1957. Bob Tangles with Ruthie. © 14Feb57 (in notice:
      1956); LP8180.

    85. Feb. 21, 1957. Bob Picks a College. © 21Feb57 (in notice: 1956);
      LP8181.

    86. Feb. 28, 1957. Chuck at College. © 28Feb57 (in notice: 1956);
      LP8182.

    87. Mar. 7, 1957. Bob’s Landlord (Bob Clashes with His Landlady) ©
      7Mar57 (In notice: 1956); LP8183.

    88. Mar. 14, 1957. Bob Meets Schultzy’s Cousin. © 14Mar57; LP8485.

    89. Mar. 21, 1957. Bob Meets the Mortons. © 21Mar57; LP8327.

    90. Mar. 28, 1957. Bob Handles the College Boys. © 28Mar57; LP8328.

    91. Apr. 4, 1957. Bob Escapes Schultzy’s Trap. © 4Apr57; LP8329.

    92. Apr. 11, 1957. Bob Plays Gigolo. © 11Apr57; LP8330.

    93. Apr. 18, 1957. Bob’s Economy Wave. © 18Apr57; LP8331.

    94. Apr. 25, 1957. Bob Meets Miss Sweden. © 25Apr57; LP8332.

    95. May 2, 1957. Bob Enters Photography Contest. © 2May57; LP8486.

    96. May 9, 1957. Bob Goes Fishing ... Gets Caught. © 9May57; LP8487.

    97. May 16, 1957. Bob Calls Kay’s Bluff. © 16May57; LP8488.

  THE BOB CUMMINGS SHOW. Laurmac. Approx. 29 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    © Laurmac, accepted alternate designation for Laurel Productions,
    Inc., McCadden Corp., & Henning Corp.

    122. Bob and Automation. © 25Feb58 (in notice: 1957); LP11785.

    123. Bob Gets Harvey a Raise. © 11Mar58; LP11547.

    124. Bob Saves Harvey. © 18Mar58; LP11548.

    125. Bob Goes Birdwatching. © 25Mar58; LP11549.

    126. Bob’s Forgotten Fiancee. © 17Jun58; LP12351.

    127. Bob Goes to the Moon. © 1Apr58; LP11550.

    128. Bob Retrenches. © 8Apr58; LP11552.

    129. Bob Attends the Convention. © 6May58; LP11553.

    130. Grandpa’s Old Buddy. © 13May58; LP11554.

    131. Bob Digs Rock ’n Roll. © 27May58; LP12353.

    132. Bob Sails for Hawaii. © 22Apr58; LP11555.

    133. Bob and Schultzy at Sea. © 29Apr58; LP11551.

    134. Bob Becomes a Stage Uncle. © 25Nov58; LP12730.

    135. Colonel Goldbrick. © 3Jun58; LP12350.

    136. Bob Frees Schultzy for Romance. © 10Jun58; LP12352.

    137. Bob and Schultzy Reunite. © 23Sep58; LP12681.

    138. Bob Helps Anna Maria. © 7Oct58; LP12678.

    139. Bob and the Ravishing Realtor. © 28Oct58; LP12683.

    140. Bob Restores Male Supremacy. © 21Oct58; LP12680.

    141. Grandpa Moves West. © 30Dec58; LP12889.

    142. Grandpa Clobbers the Air Force. © 11Nov58; LP12682.

    143. Bob Butters Beck, Beck Butters Bob. © 2Dec58; LP12732.

    144. Collins, the Crooner. © 9Dec58; LP12733

    145. Bob in Orbit. © 18Nov58; LP12731.

    146. Bob and the Dumb Blonde. © 30Sep58; LP12679.

    147. Bob Judges a Beauty Contest. © 16Dec58; LP12890.

    148. Bob Plays Margaret’s Game. © 23Dec58; LP12888.

    149. Bob’s Boyhood Love Image. © 6Jan59; LP12886.

    150. Bob, the Ideal Boss. © 13Jan59; LP12887

    151. Bob Clashes with Steve Allen. © 20Jan59; LP12948.

    155. Bob Versus Linkletter. © 27Jan59; LP12947.

  BOB FIELDING. SEE The Millionaire.

  THE BOB MATHIAS STORY. Allied Artists Productions. 80 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 24Oct54; LP4098.

  BOB MITCHELL CHOIRBOYS TELESCRIPTIONS. Snader Telescriptions Corp.,
    1950. 18 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Snader Telescriptions Corp.;
    20Oct50; MP916.

  BOB.

    For other titles beginning with Bob or Bob’s SEE The Bob Cummings
      Show.

  BOBBSEY TWINS IN STIR. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 54.

  THE BOBBY BREEN SHOW. Alan Irwin Abel. 15 min., sd. App. author:
    Ernest Chambers. © Alan Irwin Abel; 15Sep53; MU5581.

  BOBBY SHANTZ. RKO-PATHE, 1952. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) ©
    RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 13Dec52; MP3620.

  BOBBY WARE IS MISSING. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 66 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 14Nov55; LP5519.

  BOBO, THE HOBO, AND HIS TRAVELING TROUPE IN BETTY AND THE PIRATE.
    Fantasy Features, 1952. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Fantasy Features,
    Inc.; 22Nov52; LP2657.

  BOBO THE HOBO AND HIS TRAVELING TROUPE IN BILL BRAWNY PRIVATE EYE.
    Fantasy Features. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Fantasy Features, Inc.;
    24Jan53; LP2919.

  BOBO THE HOBO AND HIS TRAVELING TROUPE IN MAGIC ON THE HUDSON. Fantasy
    Features. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Fantasy Features, Inc.;
    14Feb53; LP2914.

  BOBO, THE HOBO, AND HIS TRAVELING TROUPE IN MOUNTAIN CINDERELLA.
    Fantasy Features, 1952. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Fantasy Features,
    Inc.; 29Nov52; LP2658.

  BOBO THE HOBO AND HIS TRAVELING TROUPE IN THE ELF WHO COULDN’T BE BAD.
    Fantasy Features. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Fantasy Features, Inc.;
    7Feb53; LP2920.

  BOBO THE HOBO AND HIS TRAVELING TROUPE IN THE ELVES AND KING KOTTON.
    Fantasy Features. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Fantasy Features, Inc.;
    3Jan53 (in notice: 1952); LP2916.

  BOBO THE HOBO AND HIS TRAVELING TROUPE IN THE 49’ERS. Fantasy
    Features. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Fantasy Features, Inc.;
    31Jan53; LP2917.

  BOBO THE HOBO AND HIS TRAVELING TROUPE IN THE LOST MINE. Fantasy
    Features. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Fantasy Features, Inc.; 6Dec52;
    LP2913.

  BOBO THE HOBO AND HIS TRAVELING TROUPE IN THE LOST SPACE SHIP. Fantasy
    Features. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Fantasy Features, Inc.;
    10Jan53; LP2918.

  BOBO THE HOBO AND HIS TRAVELING TROUPE IN THE MAID AND THE MONSTER.
    Fantasy Features. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Fantasy Features, Inc.;
    27Dec52 (in notice: 1953); LP2921.

  BOBO THE HOBO AND HIS TRAVELING TROUPE IN THE THREE WISHES. Fantasy
    Features. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Fantasy Features, Inc.;
    13Dec52; LP2912.

  BOBO THE HOBO AND HIS TRAVELING TROUPE IN THE TOY SHOP. Fantasy
    Features. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Fantasy Features, Inc.; 20Dec52
    (in notice: 1953); LP2915.

  BOBO THE HOBO AND HIS TRAVELING TROUPE IN THE VOYAGE OF THE S. S.
    FANTASY. Fantasy Features. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Fantasy
    Features, Inc.; 31Mar53; LP3154.

  BOBO THE HOBO AND HIS TRAVELING TROUPE IN TROUBLE IN TEXAS. Fantasy
    Features. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Fantasy Features, Inc.;
    17Jan53; LP2942.

  BOCA BOUND. Oldsmobile Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 296
    ft., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.;
    14Nov55; MU5976.

  BODAS DE FUEGO. (Fiery Wedding) Cinematografica Azteca, Mexico.
    Released In the U. S. by Clasa-Mohme. 91 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Appl.
    author: Cesar Santos Galindo. © Importadora, Inc.; 5Apr51; LP11777.

  BODY BUILDERS. Edwin Schnatz, 1951. 13 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Edwin
    Schnatz; 2Jan51; MP998.

  BODY IN MINE. SEE The Sheriff of Cochise, no. 30.

  BODYHOLD. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 63 min, sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 5Jan50; LP2807.

  THE BOHEMIANS. March of Time, 1952. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Ballets
    de France, no. 21) © Time, Inc.; 9Sep52; MP2781.

  BOILER ROOM OPERATION. SEE Confidential File.

  BOILING POINT. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  THE BOLD AND THE BRAVE. RKO Radio Pictures. 87 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    SuperScope. © RKO Teleradio Pictures, Inc.; 4Apr56; LP6429.

  BOLD LOSER. SEE General Electric Theater.

  BOLIVAR AND THE LOST PATROL. SEE The Red Skelton Show.

  BOLIVAR BONANZA. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Variety View) A Universal International picture. © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 12Sep53; MP4228.

  BOLIVAR GETS AMNESIA. SEE The Red Skelton Show.

  THE BOMB. SEE

    I Spy.

    Navy Log.

  BOMBA AND THE JUNGLE GIRL. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1952. 70 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the “Bomba” books by Roy Rockwood, pseud. ©
    Monogram Pictures Corp.; 7Dec52; LP2165.

  BOMBA ON PANTHER ISLAND. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1949. 76 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on characters created by Roy Rockwood. © Monogram
    Pictures Corp.; 18Dec49; LP5.

  BOMBERS B-52. Warner Bros. Pictures. 106 min., sd., WarnerColor, 35mm.
    CinemaScope. © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 30Nov57; LP13946.

  THE BOMBING CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  BOMBING TERROR. SEE Official Detective.

  BOMBS IN THE BELFRY. SEE Flight, no. 1200-8.

  BON VOYAGE. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization.
    73 ft., color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Chevrolet Motor Division of
    General Motors Corp.; 23Mar56; MU6068.

  BONANZA TOWN. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 6 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 14Jun51; LP949.

  BONAVENTURE. SEE Thunder on the Hill.

  THE BOND. Raymond Rohauer. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © on editing &
    assembling; Raymond Rohauer; 1Dec57; LP12302.

  BONE. SEE Lassie.

  A BONE FOR A BONE. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1951. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Bugs Bunny Special Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 15May51
    (in notice: 1949); MP1185.

  THE BONE RANGER. SEE Sniffer in the Bone Ranger.

  BONEFISH AND BARRACUDA. RKO-Pathe. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Sportscope) © RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 20Oct55; MP6730.

  BONES, SON OF CYRANO. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 39.

  THE BONGO PUNCH. Universal International. 1 reel, sd., Technicolor,
    35mm. (Walter Lantz Cartune, Featuring Pepito Chickeeto) © Universal
    International; 5Dec57; LP12061.

  BONJOUR TRISTESSE. Wheel Production. Released by Columbia Pictures
    Corp. 94 min., sd., Technicolor, 35mm. CinemaScope. Based on the
    novel by Francoise Sagan. © Wheel Production, Ltd.; 3Feb58; LP10418.

  BONNER’S SQUAW. SEE Restless Gun.

  THE BONNET. SEE Lassie.

  BONNIE BAKER WITH THE ENCORES TELESCRIPTIONS. Snader Telescriptions
    Corp., 1951. 16 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Snader Telescriptions Corp.;
    23May51; MP1420.

  BONNIE LASSIE. SEE Oh Susanna.

  THE BONNIE PARKER STORY. Albany Productions. Released by American
    International Pictures. 80 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Superama. © Albany
    Productions; 16May58; LP11252.

  BONUS LAND. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Universal International Color Parade) © Universal Pictures Co.,
    Inc.; 18Aug54; MP5081.

  BONZO GOES TO COLLEGE. Universal Pictures Co., 1952. 80 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. A Universal International picture. Based upon the
    character “Bonzo” created by Raphael David Blau and Ted Berkman. ©
    Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 2Sep52; LP1948.

  BOO BOP. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Casper
    Cartoon) Technicolor. © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 6Nov57; LP9354.

  BOO HOO BABY. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 8 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Casper Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 30Mar51; LP881.

  BOO IN THE GOLD BUG. James Lee Scribner. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    James Lee Scribner & Francis Genelle Scribner; 21Jul55; LU3128.

  BOO KIND TO ANIMALS. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color,
    35mm. (Casper Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 23Dec55; LP5692.

  BOO MOON. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Casper
    Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 1Jan54 (in notice: 1953);
    LP4016.

  BOO RIBBON WINNER. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Casper Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 3Dec54; LP4234.

  BOO SCOUT. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Casper Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 27Jul51; LP1076.

  BOOBS IN THE WOODS. (Merrie Melodies) Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc.,
    1950. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. © The Vitaphone Corp.; 6Feb50 (in
    notice: 1948); MP5085.

  A BOOK FOR YOU. McGraw-Hill Book Co. 18 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 26Nov58; MP9506.

  THE BOOK OF GEOGRAPHY, BY THE S.O.S. MAGIC BUNNY. S.O.S. Co. 2 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: McCann-Erickson, Inc. © S.O.S. Co.;
    26Sep56; MP7632.

  THE BOOK OF HISTORY, BY THE S.O.S. MAGIC BUNNY. S.O.S. Co. 2 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: McCann-Erickson, Inc. © S.O.S. Co.;
    12Sep56; MP7631.

  BOOKER T. WASHINGTON. Emerson Film Corp. Released by Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films, 1951. 18 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Famous Men and
    Women of the World) © Emerson Film Corp.; 10Aug51; MP1742.

  BOOMERANG. SEE

    The People’s Choice, no. 30.

    The Rifleman, no. 6277.

    Sky King.

    Soldiers of Fortune.

  BOOMERANG BAIT. SEE Richard Diamond, Private Detective, no. 6809.

  BOOMER’S BLUNDER. SEE Buffalo Bill, Jr.

  BOOMTOWN PADRE. SEE Crossroads.

  BOONE’S COMMISSION. SEE Adventures of Rin-Tin-Tin, no. 99.

  BOONE’S GRANDPAPPY. SEE Adventures of Rin-Tin-Tin, no. 81.

  BOONE’S WEDDING DAY. SEE Adventures of Rin-Tin-Tin, no. 45.

  BOOS AND ARROWS. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Casper Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 15Oct54; LP4115.

  BOOS AND SADDLES. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Casper Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 25Dec53; LP4020.

  BOOS IN THE NIGHT. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1950. 1 reel, sd., color,
    35mm. (Screen Song Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 22Sep50;
    LP388.

  THE BOOSTING CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  BOOTS AND BALLOTS. SEE Gene Autry Series, no. 77.

  BOOTS MALONE. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 103 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 31Dec51; LP1407.

  BOOTY AND THE BEAST. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1953. 16 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 5Mar53; LP2434.

  BOP GIRL GOES CALYPSO. Bel-Air Productions. Released by United Artists
    Corp. 79 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a story by Hendrik
    Vollaerts. © Clark Productions, Inc.; 17Jul57; LP8867.

  BORDEAUX. SEE The Count of Monte Cristo.

  BORDER ACTION. SEE Sergeant Preston of the Yukon, no. 49.

  BORDER CITY. SEE Meet McGraw.

  BORDER CITY AFFAIR. Range Rider Productions, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Range Rider Productions; 16Mar53; LP2410.

  BORDER CITY RUSTLERS. William F. Broidy Productions. Released by
    Allied Artists Productions. 54 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © William F.
    Broidy Productions, Inc.; 15Nov53 (in notice: 1952); LP3060.

  BORDER INCIDENT. Hecuba Corp. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Hecuba Corp.;
    21Feb55 (in notice: 1954); LP4472.

  BORDER INCIDENT. SEE

    The Adventures of Rin-Tin-Tin.

    26 Men.

  THE BORDER JUMPERS. SEE Man of the West.

  BORDER JUSTICE. Castle Films, 1951. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. © United
    World Films, Inc.; 15Jan51; LP2319.

  BORDER JUSTICE. Flying A Pictures, 1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Flying A Pictures; 20Nov52; LP2090.

  BORDER OUTLAWS. Jack Schwarz Productions. A United International
    picture. Released by Eagle Lion Classics, 1950. 59 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © United International, Inc.; 2Nov50; LP530.

  BORDER PATROL. Chris-Jane Gallu Productions. 30 min. each, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Chris-Jane Gallu Productions, Inc. unless otherwise
    indicated.

    Appointment with Catastrophe. © 19May59; LP14465.

    A Bindle of Dope. © 7Apr59; LP14740.

    Black Sand, White Coral. © 29Jul59; LP14738.

    The Blackmail Case. © 23Jun59; LP14729.

    Cargo Unknown. © 9May59; LP14464.

    Everglades Story. © CBS Television Film Sales, Inc.; 24Mar59 (in
      notice: 1958); LP14814.

    Illicit Lottery. © 26May59; LP14732.

    Killer Abroad. © 24Mar59; LP14462.

    The Log Men. © 9Jun59; LP14736.

    Love, Death, and Diamonds. © 30Jun59; LP14739.

    My Life. (Perfume Case) © 16Apr59; LP14735.

    The Party Line. © CBS Films, Inc.; 17Mar59; LP14459.

    Passport to the Deep 6. © 31Mar59; LP14461.

    The Pious Patsy. © 15Jul59; LP14731.

    Plague Trail. © 2Jun59; LP14460.

    Political Killer. © 9Apr59; LP14463.

    Rattigan and the Cat. © 16Jun59; LP14730.

    Rendezvous in Los Angeles. © 7Jul59; LP14737.

    Rocky Mountain Story. © 8Jul59; LP14733.

    Tide of Death. © 15Apr59; LP14734.

  BORDER RAIDERS. SEE Judge Roy Bean.

  BORDER RANGERS. Lippert Productions, 1950. A Donald Barry production.
    57 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Lippert Productions, Inc.; 19Sep50;
    LP358.

  BORDER RIVER. Universal Pictures Co. 81 min., sd., color, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. Technicolor. © Universal Pictures
    Co., Inc.; 29Jan53; LP3152.

  BORDER SADDLEMATES. Republic, 1952. 67 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Republic Pictures Corp.; 31Mar52; LP1687.

  BORDER TREASURE. RKO Radio Pictures, 1950. 6 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 11Aug50; LP367.

  BORDER TROUBLE. Range Rider Productions, 1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Range Rider Productions; 26Mar52; LP1611.

  BORDERLINE. Borderline Pictures Corp. Released by Universal Pictures
    Co., Inc., 1950. 88 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Borderline Pictures
    Corp.; 17Mar50 (in notice: 1949); LP122.

  A BORDERLINE CASE. SEE The Adventures of the Falcon.

  THE BORDERLINES OF CANCER: PROBLEMS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF DOUBTFUL
    LESIONS. Upjohn Co. 90 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Upjohn Co.; 26Apr57;
    MU6308.

  BORIS GODOUNOFF (ARIAS) SEE Great Moments from Boris Godunoff.

  BORN OF GOD. Confraternity Films. 20 min., sd., color, 16mm.
    Kodachrome. © Confraternity Films, Inc.; 25Aug55; MP6634.

  BORN THAT WAY. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue
    Productions, Inc.; 31Dec53; LP3377.

  BORN TO BE BAD. RKO Radio Pictures, 1950. 10 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on the novel “All Kneeling” by Anne Parrish. RKO Radio
    Pictures, Inc.; 27Aug50; LP366.

  BORN TO BE LOVED. H. H. Productions. Released by Universal
    International. 82 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © H. H. Productions, Inc.;
    5Dec58; LP14408.

  BORN TO FIGHT. RKO-Pathe. 15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © RKO Teleradio
    Pictures, Inc.; 18Oct56; MP7788.

  BORN TO HANG. SEE Gunsmoke.

  BORN TO SKI. Vitaphone Corp. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Sports
    Parade) A Warner Bros. short subject. Technicolor. © Vitaphone
    Corp.; 7Feb54 (in notice: 1953); MP5620.

  BORN YESTERDAY. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 103 min., sd., b&w.
    35mm. Based on the play of the same title by Garson Kanin. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 30Jan51; LP644.

  BORROW MY CAR. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue
    Productions, Inc.; 31Dec54; LP5003.

  BORROWED BYLINE. SEE The Whistler, no. 25.

  BORROWED POWER. AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. Made by
    Pennsylvania State University Film Laboratory. 17 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. With teacher’s guide. © AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety;
    Oct51; MP7597.

  BORROWED POWER. AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, 1951. Produced by
    Pennsylvania State College. 17 min., sd., color, 16mm. © AAA
    Foundation for Traffic Safety; 28Dec51; MP1978.

  BORROWED TV SET. SEE It’s a Great Life.

  THE BOSS. Seltzer Films and Window Productions. Released by United
    Artists Corp. 89 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Boss Productions; 22Aug56;
    LP7340.

  THE BOSS COMES TO DINNER. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    © Revue Productions, Inc.; 31Dec53; LP3379.

  BOSS LADY. Robert Mann. © 1951. 30 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Robert
    Mann; 25Jun51; LU2983.

  THE BOSTON MASSACRE. SEE You Are There.

  THE BOSTON MOTHER RETURNS. SEE The Bob Cummings Show, no. 70.

  BOSTON QUACKIE. Warner Bros. Pictures. 7 min., sd., Technicolor, 35mm.
    (Looney Tunes; Daffy Duck & Porky Pig) © Vitaphone Corp.; 22Jun57;
    MP8961.

  THE BOSTON TEA PARTY. SEE You Are There.

  THE BOSTONIAN. SEE Have Gun - Will Travel.

  BOTANY BAY. Paramount Pictures Corp. 94 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Technicolor. Based on the novel of the same title by Charles
    Nordhoff and James Norman Hall. © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 1Nov53
    (in notice: 1952); LP3975.

  BOTH BARRELS BLAZING. SEE Tales of the Texas Rangers, no. 31.

  BOTH SIDES OF THE LAW. London Independent Producers. Released in the
    U. S. by Universal International Films. 94 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    London Independent Productions, Ltd.; 29May53; LP3268.

  THE BOTTLE IMP. SEE The Imp in the Bottle.

  A BOTTLE OF DEATH. SEE Man Against Crime. Feb. 25, 1953.

  A BOTTLE OF WINE. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  BOTTLEMAN. SEE Gunsmoke.

  THE BOTTOM OF THE BOTTLE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 88 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Based on the novel by Georges
    Simenon. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 25Jan56; LP6117.

  BOTULISM. SEE Panic, no. 56-15.

  BOULDER JOE’S BOTTLE HOUSE. SEE State Trooper.

  BOUNCER SHOW. SEE December Bride, no. 116.

  BOUND BUTTONHOLES. SEE Sew Easy, no. 16.

  BOUNDARIES UNLIMITED. (Variety View, no. 184) Universal Pictures Co.,
    Inc., in cooperation with Associated Screen Studios, Montreal, 1949.
    9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 29Nov49;
    MP4872.

  BOUNDARY BUSTERS. SEE The Adventures of Rin-Tin-Tin, no. 125.

  BOUNTIFUL HERITAGE. Ferry-Morse Seed Co. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 181 ft., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Jam Handy
    Organization, Inc.; 24Jun55; MU5898.

  THE BOUNTY. SEE

    Tales of Wells Fargo.

    Wanted: Dead or Alive, no. 6310.

  THE BOUNTY AND PITCAIRN ISLAND. SEE I Found the Bones of the Bounty.

  BOUNTY FOR A BRIDE. SEE Wanted: Dead or Alive, no. 6368.

  THE BOUNTY HUNTER. Transcona Enterprises. Released by Warner Bros.
    Pictures. 79 min., sd., color, 35mm. Warnercolor. Based on a story
    by Winston Miller and Finlay McDermid. © Warner Bros. Pictures,
    Inc.; 25Sep54; MP6467.

  THE BOUNTY HUNTER. SEE

    The Lone Ranger.

    Trackdown, no. 8239.

    26 Men.

  THE BOUNTY HUNTERS. SEE

    Fury.

    Sky King, no. 43.

  THE BOURGEOIS GENTLEMAN. March of Time, 1952. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (Ballets de France, no. 24) © Time, Inc.; 9Sep52; MP2784.

  BOW RIVER VALLEY. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Variety View) A Universal International picture. © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc; 4Jan54 (in notice: 1953); MP4229.

  BOWERY BATTALION. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1951. 69 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 21Jan51; LP692.

  THE BOWERY BISHOP. SEE Crossroads.

  THE BOWERY BOYS MEET THE MONSTERS. Allied Artists Productions.
    Released by Monogram Pictures Corp. 65 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 26May54; LP3749.

  BOWERY TO BAGDAD. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 64 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 27Dec54; LP4332.

  BOWERY TO BELLEVUE. SEE The Girl in White.

  BOWLERS FAIR. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1950. 8 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (Sports Review Series) © Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp.; 23Jun50; MP361.

  BOWLING. Pabst Brewing Co. Made by Warwick & Legler. 50 sec., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Pabst Brewing Co.; 16Jun54; MP4883.

  BOWLING. West End Brewing Co. of Utica, N. Y. Made by Doyle Dane
    Bernbach. 60 sec., b&w. © West End Brewing Co. of Utica, N. Y.;
    15May59; MU6740.

  BOWLING ACES. Castle Films, 1949. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. (The Sport
    Parade) Revised version. © United World Films, Inc.; 15Sep49;
    MP2414.

  BOWLING BEAR. H-306R-SC. Theo. Hamm Brewing Co. Made by
    Campbell-Mithun. 1 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Theo. Hamm Brewing Co.;
    14Apr57; MP8357.

  BOWLING BOOM. RKO-Pathe. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) ©
    RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 10Jul55; MP6275.

  THE BOWLING STORY. SEE Mr. Adams and Eve.

  BOX CAR BANDIT. Universal Pictures Co. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker Cartune) A Universal International
    picture. Technicolor. © Universal International; 21Dec56; LP7543.

  A BOX OF CIGARS. SEE The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, no. 270.

  BOX PARK. SEE The Brothers, no. 9.

  BOXER. SEE You’ll Never Get Rich.

  BOXES AND BALLS. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 995 ft., b&w, 35mm. © Chevrolet Division of General
    Motors Corp.; 24Jun55; MU5900.

  THE BOXING MATCH. SEE Crusader.

  THE BOY. SEE

    Panic, no. 3.

    Trackdown, no. 8243.

  BOY ALONE. SEE Sergeant Preston of the Yukon.

  BOY AND HIS BIRD. SEE Science Pictures, no. 3.

  BOY AND HIS BOAT. SEE Science Pictures, no. 4.

  A BOY AND HIS DOG. SEE Adventure Out of Doors, no. 15.

  A BOY AND HIS PRAYER. Family Films. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Screenplay, Albert H. Martin. © Family Films, Inc.; 21Jan49; LP3605.

  THE BOY AND THE COACH. Revue Productions in association with MCA TV.
    Approx. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Pepsi-Cola Playhouse) © Revue
    Productions, Inc.; 11Apr55; LP6868.

  A BOY BY FORCE. SEE Charro a la Fuerza.

  BOY FROM INDIANA. Ventura Pictures Corp. Released through Eagle Lion
    Films, Inc., 1950. 67 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Ventura Pictures
    Corp.; 24Mar50; LP2965.

  BOY FROM MASON CITY. SEE The Walter Winchell File, no. 5.

  THE BOY FROM OKLAHOMA. Warner Bros. Pictures. 88 min., sd., color,
    35mm. Warnercolor. Based on a Story by Michael Fessier. © Warner
    Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 14Mar53; LP4466.

  BOY GETS GIRL. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co. 20
    sec. Appl. author: Arthur R. Ross. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 19Mar56;
    MU6037.

  BOY IN THE STORM. SEE Medic.

  THE BOY NEXT DOOR. SEE Private Secretary.

  THE BOY NOBODY WANTED. SEE Sergeant Preston of the Yukon.

  BOY OF A FRONTIER FORT. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire,
    Inc.; 3Mar58; MP9110.

  A BOY OF INDIA: RAMA AND HIS ELEPHANT. Coronet Instructional Films. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of
    Esquire, Inc.; 31Jan56; MP6982.

  A BOY OF MEXICO: JUAN AND HIS DONKEY. Coronet Instructional Films. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films; 3Jan55; MP5611.

  BOY OF RENAISSANCE ITALY. Coronet Instructional Films. 13 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire,
    Inc.; 5Jun57; MP8581.

  A BOY OF THE CIRCUS. Coronet Instructional Films. 14 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.;
    2Apr56; MP7115.

  A BOY OF THE NAVAJOS. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.;
    16Feb56; MP7043.

  A BOY OF THE NETHERLANDS. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire,
    Inc.; 7Feb57; MP8306.

  A BOY OF THE SEMINOLES: INDIANS OF THE EVERGLADES. Coronet
    Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet
    Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 21Feb56; MP7042.

  BOY ON A DOLPHIN. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 113 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Color by DeLuxe. Based on the novel by
    David Divine. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 17Apr57; LP8257.

  THE BOY ON THE BRINK. SEE Crusader.

  BOY ON THE ROOF. SEE Whirlybirds, no. 3.

  BOY SCOUT STORY. SEE Fury.

  BOY! WHAT A GIRL! Herald Pictures, 1947. 73 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Herald Pictures Inc.; 6Apr47; LP194.

  THE BOY WHO HATED SUPERMAN. SEE Adventures of Superman.

  THE BOY WHO SAW THROUGH. Expanding Cinema. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Appl. author: Mary Ellen Bute. © Expanding Cinema; 1Apr58; LP10429.

  THE BOY WITH THE BEAUTIFUL MOTHER. Revue Productions in association
    with MCA TV. Approx. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue Productions,
    Inc.; 23Apr55; LP6774.

  A BOYFRIEND FOR SCHULTZY. SEE The Bob Cummings Show, no. 4.

  BOYHOOD DAZE. Warner Bros. Pictures. 7 min., sd., Technicolor, 35mm.
    (Looney Tunes Cartoon) © Vitaphone Corp.; 20Apr57; MP8878.

  THE BOYHOOD OF GEORGE WASHINGTON. Coronet Instructional Films. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of
    Esquire, Inc.; 3Sep57; MP8705.

  BOYHOOD THRILLS. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Grantland Rice Sportlight) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 10Dec54;
    MP5420.

  THE BOYLSTON BILLING CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  THE BOYS CLEAN HOUSE. SEE It’s a Great Life.

  BOY’S DAY. SEE

    Fury.

    Lassie.

  THE BOYS JOIN UP. SEE The Bob Cummings Show, no. 61.

  THE BOYS RE-DECORATE THE ATTIC. SEE It’s a Great Life.

  BOY’S WEEK. SEE

    Big Town, no. 112.

    Father Knows Best, no. 14.

  BOZO’S CIRCUS. Capitol Records, 1951. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Capitol Records, Inc.; 24Apr51; MP1179.

  BRADSHAW’S BILLIONS: POTENT PROOF OF PAY-OFF PRINTING. Eastman Kodak
    Co. 26 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Eastman Kodak Co.; 16Nov55; MU5971.

  BRAHMS AND HIS MUSIC. Coronet Instructional Films. 14 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.;
    4Jun57; MP8583.

  THE BRAIN AND THE BRAWN. SEE Sky King, no. 32.

  THE BRAIN FROM PLANET AROUS. Marquette Productions. Released by Howco
    International. 71 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Howco Productions, Inc.;
    27Nov57; LP9453.

  THE BRAIN MACHINE. Anglo Guild Productions, London. Released in the U.
    S. by RKO Radio Pictures. 85 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © RKO Teleradio
    Pictures, Inc.; 30Dec54; LP6931.

  BRAIN RESEARCH EPISODE. SEE Conquest.

  BRAINWASHING. SEE The Twentieth Century.

  BRAINWAVE. SEE Alcoa Presents One Step Beyond.

  THE BRAINY BURRO. SEE The Adventures of Superman.

  BRAND OF THE LAWLESS. SEE Adventures of Champion.

  BRANDED. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 95 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Based on a novel by Evan Evans. © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 17Jan51
    (in notice: 1950); LP637.

  THE BRANDYWINE—A WATERSHED AT WORK. Dept. of Forests & Waters and the
    Dept. of Agriculture of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Made by
    the Motion Picture & Recording Studio of the Pennsylvania State
    University. 26 min., sd., color, 16mm. Eastman color. © Brandywine
    Valley Assn., Inc.; 8Oct56; MP7658.

  THE BRASS CHOIR. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. (Symphony Orchestra Series) Second edition. With film guide. ©
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 7Sep56; MP8136.

  THE BRASS LEGEND. Bob Goldstein Productions. Released by United
    Artists. 79 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © B. G. Productions, Inc.;
    12Dec56; LP8032.

  THE BRASS RING. SEE Private Secretary.

  THE BRAT. SEE Lassie.

  THE BRAVADO TOUCH. SEE Jane Wyman Theater.

  THE BRAVADOS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 98 min., sd., Color by
    DeLuxe, 35mm. CinemaScope. Based on the novel by Frank O’Rourke. ©
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 13Jun58; LP12391.

  BRAVE BOW. SEE The Adventures of Rin-Tin-Tin, no. 138.

  THE BRAVE BULLS. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 108 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the novel of the same title by Tom Lea. © Rossen
    Enterprises, Inc.; 18Apr51; LP882.

  THE BRAVE ENGINEER. Walt Disney Productions. Released by RKO Radio
    Pictures, Inc., 1950. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. Based on the ballad
    of Casey Jones by T. Lawrence Seibert and Eddie Newton. © Walt
    Disney Productions; 3Jan50; LP2820.

  THE BRAVE LITTLE BAT. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1941. Re-released, 1953.
    7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Blue Ribbon Hit Parade) Technicolor. ©
    The Vitaphone Corp.; 23May53 (in notice: 1941); MP3559.

  THE BRAVE LITTLE BRAVE. Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon Cartoon)
    CinemaScope. Technicolor. © Terrytoons, Inc., a division of CBS
    Television Film Sales, Inc.; 31Aug56; LP7353. (SEE ALSO The Brave
    Little Brave; 31Aug56; LP7829)

  THE BRAVE LITTLE BRAVE. Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon Cartoon)
    CinemaScope. Technicolor. © Terrytoons, a division of CBS Television
    Films Sales, Inc.; 31Aug56; LP7829. (SEE ALSO The Brave Little
    Brave; 31Aug56; LP7353)

  THE BRAVE ONE. RKO Radio Pictures. 100 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    CinemaScope. Technicolor. Based on a story by Robert Rich. © RKO
    Radio Pictures, Inc.; 26Oct56; LP7255.

  THE BRAVE ONE. SEE The Brothers, no. 18.

  BRAVE WARRIOR. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1952. 73 min., sd., color,
    35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 31Mar52; LP1613.

  BRAZE WELDING. Linde Air Products Co., a division of Union Carbide and
    Carbon Corp., 1952. 14 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Union Carbide and
    Carbon Corp.; 1Jun52; MP3237.

  BRAZIL: PEOPLE OF THE HIGHLANDS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 17
    min., sd., color, 16mm. (Latin American Series) Eastman color.
    Second edition. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 3Jun57;
    MP8402.

  BREADNAPPING. Interstate Bakeries Corp. Made by Walter Lantz
    Productions. 60 sec., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Walter Lantz Productions,
    Inc.; 1Apr58 (in notice: 1957); LP11956.

  THE BREAK. SEE Tales of Wells Fargo.

  A BREAK FOR YOU. Soundfilm Studios for the Shatterproof Glass Corp. ©
    1951. 12 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Soundfilm Studios, Inc.; 7May51;
    MU5307.

  BREAK THROUGH THE BARS. SEE Medic.

  THE BREAK-UP. SEE Fury.

  BREAKDOWN. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  BREAKFAST AT NANCY’S. E. I. du Pont de Nemours. Made by Sovereign
    Productions. 30 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (The Cavalcade of America) ©
    E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co.; 30Sep53; MP4858.

  THE BREAKING POINT. Warner Bros. Pictures, 1950. A Warner Bros.-First
    National picture. 97 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on Ernest
    Hemingway’s story “To Have and Have not.” © Warner Bros. Pictures,
    Inc.; 15Sep50; LP337.

  THE BREAKING POINT. SEE

    The Lone Ranger.

    Man Against Crime. Jan. 7, 1953.

  BREAKING THE SOUND BARRIER. London Films. Released in the U. S. by
    Lopert Films, 1952. 118 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Also released as
    “Breaking Through the Sound Barrier.” Released in England under the
    title “The Sound Barrier.” © British Lion Film Corp., Ltd.; pub. in
    England 1Jul52, in U. S. 1Nov52; LP2134.

  BREAKING THE TAPE. (Variety View, no. 174) Universal Pictures Co.,
    Inc., 1949. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    29Nov49; MP4972.

  BREAKING THROUGH THE SOUND BARRIER. SEE Breaking the Sound Barrier.

  BREAKING UP THE TEAM. SEE The George Burns Show, no. 15.

  BREAKOUT. SEE

    Mr. and Mrs. North, no. 29.

    Peter Gunn.

  BREAKTHROUGH. Warner Bros. Pictures, 1950. 91 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 10Nov50; LP465.

  THE BREAKUP. Flying A Pictures, 1950. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Flying
    A Pictures, Inc.; 5Nov50; LP498.

  BREAST CANCER: THE PROBLEM OF EARLY DIAGNOSIS. Audio Productions,
    Inc., for the American Cancer Society, Inc., 1950. 36 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © American Cancer Society, Inc.; 25Jan50; MP4988.

  BREAST SELF-EXAMINATION. Audio Productions, Inc., for the American
    Cancer Society, Inc., 1950. 16 min., sd., color, 16mm. © American
    Cancer Society, Inc.; 1Jun50; MP159.

  THE BREAST STROKE. Boulton-Hawker Films. Released by International
    Film Bureau. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: Wesley H.
    Greene. © International Film Bureau, Inc.; 3Aug56; MP7903.

  BREATH OF DISASTER. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1953. 10 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. (See It Happen) © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
    19Mar53; MP3632.

  THE BREATH OF LIFE. Technifilms. 26 min., sd., color, 16mm.
    Kodachrome. Based on Underwater Safety Manual, by Bev B. Morgan. ©
    Technifilms, Inc.; 1May56; MP8553.

  BREATH OF LIFE. Union Carbide & Carbon Corp. 13 min., sd., color,
    16mm. © Union Carbide & Carbon Corp.; 10Apr56; MU6074.

  BREATH OF LIFE. SEE Medic.

  BREATH-TAKING. Chevrolet Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 1
    min., sd., Eastman color, 35mm. © Chevrolet Division of General
    Motors Corp.; 12Jan59; MU6567.

  BRED FOR BATTLE. SEE The Damon Runyon Theatre, no. 21.

  BRIAN HENDRICKS. SEE The Millionaire.

  BRIAR ROSE. Films for Children, Inc., 1950. Distributed by Coronet. 18
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Films for Children, Inc.; 15Aug50; MP1943.
    Appl. states prev. reg. as “The sleeping beauty,” Oct. 1947, LU1240.

  THE BRIBE. SEE The Gray Ghost, no. 33.

  BRIDAL BOUQUET. SEE The Californians, no. 470-37.

  THE BRIDAL SUITE. SEE The Ann Sothern Show, no. 1.

  THE BRIDE. SEE Have Gun - Will Travel.

  BRIDE AND GLOOM. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Popeye the Sailor Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 2Jul54;
    LP4025.

  THE BRIDE AND THE BEAST. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 78 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. From a story by Adrian Weiss. © Allied Artists Pictures
    Corp.; 11Feb58; LP9916.

  THE BRIDE COMES TO YELLOW SKY. SEE Face to Face.

  A BRIDE FOR A VIOLIN. SEE The Conrad Nagel Theater.

  BRIDE OF THE GORILLA. Jack Broder Productions. Released by Realart
    Pictures, 1951. 65 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Jack Broder Productions,
    Inc.; 29Sep51; LP1662.

  THE BRIDE WORE AN OPAL RING. SEE Lilli Palmer Presents the Quality
    Theatre.

  THE BRIDE WORE BULLETS. SEE State Trooper.

  BRIDE’S FATHER-IN-LAW. SEE December Bride.

  THE BRIDGE. SEE

    The Girl on the Bridge.

    I Spy.

  BRIDGE AT THE BROWN’S. James Gerity. 1 reel, sd. © James Gerity, Jr.;
    13Aug53; MU5569.

  THE BRIDGE IN THE SKY. SEE Adventures of Captain Africa, no. 8.

  THE BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI. Horizon Pictures, Eng. Released in the
    U. S. by Columbia Pictures Corp. 161 min., sd., Technicolor, 35mm.
    CinemaScope. Based on the novel of the same title by Pierre Boulle.
    © Horizon Pictures (G. B.) Ltd. (in notice: Horizon Pictures (C B)
    Ltd.); 4Oct57; LP10231.

  THE BRIDGES AT TOKO-RI. Perlberg-Seaton Productions. Released by
    Paramount Pictures Corp. 103 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor.
    Based on the novel by James A. Michener. © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    12Jan55 (in notice: 1954); LP4377.

  THE BRIDGES OF SAN FRANCISCO. Travel-Lure Films. © 1950. 100 ft.,
    color, 16mm. © Robert B. Byers d.b.a. Travel-Lure Films; 11Dec50;
    MU5263.

  BRIDLE BELLES. RKO Pathe, 1951. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope
    Series, no. 13) © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 24Aug51; MP1812.

  BRIEF GLORY. SEE 26 Men.

  BRIEF HOLIDAY. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 82.

  A BRIEF CASE. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (U-I
    Color Parade, no. 33) A Universal International picture. Eastman
    color. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 19May57; LP8706.

  THE BRIEFCASE. SEE Meet McGraw.

  BRIGADOON. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 108 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Ansco color. Based on the musical play of
    the same title by Frederick Loewe and Alan Jay Lerner. © Loew’s
    Incorporated; 2Sep54; LP4021.

  BRIGAND. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1952. 94 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Inspired by the Alexandre Dumas story of the same title. © Columbia
    Pictures Corp.; 17Jun52; LP1758.

  BRIGHT AND BREEZY. Universal Pictures Co. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    25Aug56; LP7231.

  BRIGHT LEAF. Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc., 1950. 110 min., sd.,
    35mm. Based on the novel of the same title by Foster Fitz-Simons. ©
    Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc.; 16Jun50; LP157.

  BRIGHT NEW STAR. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co.
    80 sec. Appl. author: Robert Woodburn. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 5Dec56;
    MU6221.

  BRIGHT NEW WORLD. Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. Made by Wilding Picture
    Productions. 30 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Pittsburgh
    Plate Glass Co.; 15Feb54; LP3390.

  BRIGHT ROAD. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s 1953. 68 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the story See How They Run, by Mary
    Elizabeth Vroman. © Loew’s Incorporated; 24Mar53; LP2457.

  BRIGHT TOMORROW. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 76 ft., color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Chevrolet Motor
    Division, General Motors Corp.; 15Nov54; MU5786.

  BRIGHT VICTORY. Universal International Pictures Co., 1951. 97 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel, “Lights Out,” by Baynard
    Kendrick. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 25Sep51 (in notice: 1950);
    LP1173.

  BRIGHTEN THE WORK DAY. Chevrolet Motor Division [1953] Produced by Jam
    Handy Organization. 75 ft., color, 35mm. © Chevrolet Motor Division,
    General Motors Corp.; 13Mar53; MU5534.

  BRING YOUR SMILE ALONG. Columbia Pictures Corp. 9 reels, sd., color,
    35mm. Technicolor. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 21Jul55; LP5140.

  BRINGING BACK ROMANCE. SEE Pride of the Family.

  BRINGING UP FATHER. SEE Jiggs and Maggie Out West.

  BRINGING UP MOTHER. United Productions of America. Released by
    Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Jolly Frolics) ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 14Jan54 (in notice: 1953); LP3279.

  BRITAIN’S MOST BAFFLING MURDER CASE. SEE TV Reader’s Digest.

  BRITAIN’S SKYBLAZERS. RKO-Pathe. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Screenliner)
    © RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 18Mar53; MP4000.

  BRITANNIA’S ATHLETIC CADETS. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1953. 1 reel,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. (Grantland Rice Sportlight) © Paramount Pictures
    Corp.; 16Jan53 (in notice: 1952); MP3191.

  BRITISH EMPIRE GAMES. National Film Board of Canada, Ottawa. Released
    in the U. S. by RKO-Pathe. 11 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) ©
    RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 6Oct54; MP5361.

  BRITISH FACTORY FOREMAN. International Film Foundation. Released by
    McGraw-Hill Book Co. 13 min., sd., color, 16mm. (Life In Great
    Britain Today) Kodachrome. © International Film Foundation, Inc.;
    1Aug52; MP3916.

  THE BRITISH ISLES: THE LAND AND THE PEOPLE. Coronet, 1951. 11 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Mr. David A. Smart; 28Jun51; MP1418.

  BRITISH MILL OWNER. International Film Foundation. Released by
    McGraw-Hill Book Co. 13 min., sd., color, 16mm. (Life in Great
    Britain Today) Kodachrome. © International Film Foundation, Inc.;
    1Aug52; MP3919.

  BRITISH TRADE AND INDUSTRY: LONDON AND NEWCASTLE. United World Films,
    1949. Produced by Louis de Rochemont Associates. 20 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. (The Earth and Its Peoples) © United World Films, Inc.;
    1May49; LP2441.

  BROACHING THE SUBJECT. Soundfilm Studios for the Michigan Broach Co. ©
    1951. 10 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Soundfilm Studios, Inc.; 7May51;
    MU5306.

  BROAD JUMP. United World Films, 1948. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Track
    and Field) © United World Films, Inc.; 7Jan48 (in notice: 1947);
    MP2385.

  BROAD LAND, NARROW WATER. Illinois Bell Telephone Co. Made by Wilding
    Picture Productions. 21 min., sd., color, 16mm. Eastman color. ©
    Illinois Bell Telephone Co.; 30Mar56; MP7243.

  BROADER CONCEPTS OF CURRICULUM. McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by
    Sturgis-Grant Productions. 21 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Planning for
    Teaching) Photographed in cooperation with the public schools of
    Great Neck, N. Y. Correlated with the book Planning for Teaching, by
    Robert W. Richey. © McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 16Apr56; MP7074.

  BROADWAY BOW WOW’S. Universal Pictures Co. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Walter Lantz Cartune) A Universal International picture.
    Technicolor. © Universal International; 2Aug54; MP5145.

  BROADWAY DATELINE. SEE The Damon Runyon Theatre, no. 25.

  BROADWAY TRUST. SEE Crossroads.

  BROKEN ARROW. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1950. 93 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. Based on the novel, “Blood Brother,” by Elliott Arnold.
    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 21Jul50; LP440.

  BROKEN BARRIER. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 179.

  THE BROKEN ENGAGEMENT. SEE Joe and Mabel.

  THE BROKEN FRAME. SEE Mickey Spillane.

  BROKEN JOURNEY. Gainsborough Pictures, Ltd., London, 1948. Released in
    the U. S. by Eagle Lions Films, Inc., 1949. 89 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    © Gainsborough Pictures, Ltd.; 28Mar49 (in notice: 1947); LP2787.

  BROKEN LANCE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 96 min., sd., color,
    35mm. CinemaScope. Based on a story by Philip Yordan. © Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp.; 29Jul54; LP4080.

  A BROKEN MATCH. SEE The Lone Ranger.

  THE BROKEN STAR. Bel-Air Productions. Released by United Artists Corp.
    82 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Northridge Productions, Inc.; 19Apr56 (in
    notice: 1955); LP6407.

  THE BROKEN WINDOW. SEE Leave It to Beaver.

  A BRONC CALLED GUNBOAT. SEE Buffalo Bill, Jr.

  BRONCHO APACHE. SEE Apache.

  THE BRONCHOPULMONARY SEGMENTS, PT. 1: ANATOMY AND BRONCHOSCOPY. Chas.
    Pfizer & Co. Made by Campus Film Productions. 31 min., sd., color,
    16mm. Appl. author: Chas. Pfizer & Co., Inc., employer for hire. ©
    Chas. Pfizer & Co., Inc.; 17May55; MU5881.

  BRONCO BUSTER. Universal, 1952. 9 reels, sd., color, 35mm. Based on a
    story by Peter Bernard Kyne. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 18Feb52
    (in notice: 1951); LP1511.

  BRONCO FURY. United National Film Corp. 30 min., sd., Eastman color,
    35mm. © United National Film Corp.; 16Oct58; MU6506.

  BROOKLYN BUCKAROOS. (Comedy Special, no. 5) RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.,
    1950. 18 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 12May50;
    LP145.

  BROOKLYN GOES HOLLYWOOD. Universal Pictures Co., 1950. 9 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (Variety View Series, no. 187) © Universal Pictures Co.,
    Inc.; 18Oct50; MP604.

  BROOKLYN GOES SOUTH. Universal. 1952. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Variety
    View, no. 198) © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 18Feb52 (in notice:
    1951); MP2063.

  BROOKLYN GOES TO BEANTOWN. Universal Pictures Co., 1951. 1 reel, sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (Variety View Series, no. 190) © Universal Pictures Co.,
    Inc.; 10Jan51 (in notice: 1950); MP853.

  BROOKLYN GOES TO CHICAGO. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Variety View) A Universal International picture. © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 22Feb54 (in notice: 1953); MP4717.

  BROOKLYN GOES TO CLEVELAND. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Variety View) A Universal International picture. © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 17May55; MP6380.

  BROOKLYN GOES TO DETROIT. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Variety View) A Universal International picture. © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 29Dec56; LP8175.

  BROOKLYN GOES TO HONG KONG. Universal Pictures Co. Released by
    Universal International. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. (Variety View) ©
    University Pictures Co., Inc.; 6Dec58; LP13741.

  BROOKLYN GOES TO LAS VEGAS. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Variety View) A Universal International picture. © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 14Mar56; LP6242.

  BROOKLYN GOES TO NEW ORLEANS. Universal Pictures Co. Released by
    Universal International. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. (Variety View) ©
    Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 28Dec57; LP11424.

  BROOKLYN GOES TO PARIS. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Variety View) A Universal International picture. © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 21Mar56; LP6226.

  BROOKLYN GOES TO PHILADELPHIA. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (Variety View) A Universal International picture. ©
    Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 30Aug54; MP5080.

  BROOKLYN GOES TO SAN FRANCISCO. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (Variety View) A Universal International picture. ©
    Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 24Aug56; LP7257.

  BROOK’S NEW CAR. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 56.

  THE BROOKS TWINS AT SCHOOL. SEE Our Miss Brooks.

  BROOMSTICK BUNNY. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Bugs Bunny Special) Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 25Feb56 (in
    notice: 1955); MP8030.

  THE BROTHER-IN-LAW. SEE The Rifleman, no. 6207.

  BROTHER JOHN. Universal International, 1950. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Cartoon Melodies Series) © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 18Oct50;
    MP700.

  BROTHER RALPH. SEE The Honeymooners.

  BROTHER VAN. SEE The Lawless Eighties.

  BROTHERLY LOVE. SEE Leave It to Beaver.

  THE BROTHERS. Dallad Productions. 1 reel each, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Dallad Productions, Inc.

    1. Gilly’s Birthday. © 2Oct56; LP7466.

    2. Dorf’s Photo Machine. © 9Oct56; LP7464.

    3. Renting the Attic. © 16Oct56; LP7463.

    4. The Social Climber. © 23Oct56; LP7459.

    5. The Class Reunion. © 30Oct56; LP7465.

    6. The Quadrangle. © 6Nov56; LP7462.

    7. Cap. Sam’s Testimonial Dinner. © 20Nov56; LP7461.

    8. The Other Harvey. © 4Dec56; LP7735.

    9. Box Park. © 18Dec56; LP7707.

    10. Little Theatre Group. © 19Feb57 (in notice: 1956); LP8218.

    11. Girls, Girls, Girls. © 13Nov56; LP7460.

    12. The Babies. © 27Nov56; LP7467.

    13. The Little Prince. © 11Dec56; LP7734.

    14. The Crush. © 15Jan57 (in notice: 1956); LP8219.

    15. Gilly’s Adventure. © 1Jan57 (in notice: 1956); LP7733.

    16. The Social Club. © 29Jan57 (in notice: 1956); LP8220.

    17. The Christmas Story. © 25Dec56; LP7736.

    18. The Brave One. © 8Jan57; LP7776.

    19. The Runaways. © 11Dec56 (in notice: 1957); LP9111.

    20. Prisoners of Love. © 22Jan57; LP8217.

    21. Gilly’s Investment. © 5Feb57; LP8215.

    22. Gilly and the Movie Star. © 12Feb57; LP8214.

    23. Unwelcome Guest. © 26Feb57; LP8216.

    24. Stop That Bookmaking Up There. © 22Jan57; LP9112.

    25. Picnic. © 29Jan57; LP9114.

    26. A Muscle for Harvey. © 5Feb57; LP9115.

  THE BROTHERS. General Film Distributors. London. 1947. Released in the
    U. S. by Universal International. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on
    the novel by L. A. G. Strong. © General Film Distributors, Ltd.;
    19Mar47; LP670.

  THE BROTHERS. SEE

    Big Town, no. 27.

    The Gray Ghost, no. 11.

    Trackdown, no. 8261.

    Whirlybirds, no. 44.

  THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV. Avon Productions. Released by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 146 min., sd., Metrocolor, 35mm. Perspecta
    sound. From the novel of the same title by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, in
    its English translation by Constance Garnett. © Loew’s, Inc. & Avon
    Productions, Inc.; 31Dec57; LP9788.

  THE BROTHERS RICO. Columbia Pictures Corp. 10 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on a story by Georges Simenon. © Columbia Pictures Corp.;
    1Jun57; LP8438.

  BROUGHT TO YOU DEAD FROM HOLLYWOOD. SEE Mr. Adams and Eve.

  BROWN BEARS GO FISHING. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire,
    Inc.; 3Oct55; MP6598.

  THE BROWN LEATHER CASE. Revue Productions in association with MCA TV.
    Approx. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue Productions, Inc.; 25Jul55;
    LP6862.

  THE BROWN MAN’S SERVANT. SEE Lilli Palmer Presents the Quality
    Theatre.

  BROWN ON RESOLUTION. SEE Sailor of the King.

  THE BROWN PONY. SEE The Lone Ranger Series, no. 114.

  THE BROWNING VERSION. Javelin Films, London, 1951. Released in the U.
    S. by Universal Pictures Co. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the
    play of the same title by Terrence Rattigan. © Javelin Films, Ltd.;
    27Apr51; LP1354.

  BRUSH AND COLOR MAKING. M. Grumbacher, Inc. Made by Laszlo Haverland.
    400 ft., b&w, 16mm. © M. Grumbacher, Inc.; 19Nov59; LU3159.

  BRUSH AT ELKADER. SEE Gunsmoke.

  THE BRUSH DANCE AT HOOPA, 1957. Regents of the University of
    California. 388 ft., Kodachrome, 16mm. © Regents of the University
    of California; 29Jul59; MU6781.

  BRUSH IN ACTION. Phototronics, Inc., for International Film Bureau,
    1948. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © International Film Bureau, Inc.;
    17Jun48; MP1466.

  BRUSH ROPER. SEE Screen Directors Playhouse.

  BRUSH TIPS IN WATER COLOR: A LANDSCAPE DEVELOPED. Jamieson Film Co. 18
    min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Robert Ivan Lockard; 31Mar53;
    MP3663.

  THE BRUTE. SEE Hawkeye and the Last of the Mohicans.

  THE BRUTE NEXT DOOR. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  BRYLCREEM COMMERCIALS, SERIES 8. Harold F. Ritchie, Inc. Made by
    Atherton & Currier. 2 motion pictures (1 min. each), sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Appl. author: John P. Atherton. © Harold F. Ritchie, Inc.; 25Jan57;
    MU6284-6285.

  BUBBLE TROUBLE. Columbia Pictures Corp. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 8Oct53; LP3908.

  BUBBLES OF SONG. Universal International, 1951. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Cartoon Melodies Series) © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    18Apr51; MP1234.

  BUBONIC PLAGUE. SEE Big Town, no. 110.

  THE BUCCANEER. Paramount Pictures Corp. 121 min., sd., Technicolor,
    35mm. VistaVision. From a screenplay by Harold Lamb and others;
    based on Jeanie Macpherson’s adaptation of Lafitte the Pirate, by
    Lyle Saxon. © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 11Dec58; LP12588.

  BUCCANEER WOODPECKER. Universal Pictures Co., 1953. 6 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Woody Woodpecker Walter Lantz Cartune) Technicolor. A
    Universal International picture. © Universal International; 10Mar53;
    MP3466.

  BUCCANEERS. SEE Crunch and Des.

  BUCCANEER’S GIRL. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., 1950. 77 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 17Mar50; LP18.

  BUCHANAN RIDES ALONE. Producers Actors Corp. Released by Columbia
    Pictures Corp. 78 min., sd., Columbia color, 35mm. Based on the
    novel The Name’s Buchanan, by Jonas Ward. © Producers-Actors Corp.;
    1Aug58; LP12454.

  BUCHAREST EXPRESS. SEE The Hunter, no. 2.

  BUCK FEVER. SEE State Trooper.

  BUCKAROO FROM POWDER RIVER. SEE Tales of the Texas Rangers, no. 23.

  BUCKAROO SHERIFF OF TEXAS. Republic Productions, 1951. 60 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 15Feb51; LP721.

  A BUCKET OF SAND. SEE Navy Log.

  THE BUCKSKIN. Range Rider Productions, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    © Range Rider Productions; 21May53; LP2613.

  BUCKSKIN. Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Revue Productions, Inc.

    The Ballad of Gabe Pruitt. © 6Jun58; LP12608.

    The Bullnappers. © 3Jan59; LP13154.

    Cash Robertson. © 7Aug58; LP13524.

    China Boy. © 18Sep58; LP13149.

    The Ghost of Balaclava. © 4Sep58; LP13144.

    The Gold Watch. © 28Aug58; LP13143.

    Greatest Man in History. © 5Jan59; LP13155.

    Hunter’s Moon. © 11Sep58; LP13150.

    The Lady from Bismarck. © 13May58; LP12746.

    Lament for Durango. © 14Aug58; LP12605.

    A Man from the Mountains. © 26Dec58; LP13146.

    The Man Who Waited. © 28May58; LP12744.

    Miss Pringle. © 12Dec58; LP13151.

    Mr. Rush’s Secretary. © 19Jan59; LP13152.

    The Money Man. © 6Dec58; LP13148.

    The Monkey’s Uncle. © 12Jan59; LP13153.

    Outlaw’s Boy. © 20May58; LP12607.

    The Permanent Juliette. © 19Dec58; LP13145.

    A Picture of Pa. © 28Nov58; LP13147.

    Tell Me, Leonardo. © 25Sep58; LP12745.

    Tree of Death. © 21Aug58; LP12606.

    The Trial of Chrissy Miller. © 31Jul58; LP13525.

  THE BUCKSKIN LADY. Bishop-Hittleman Pictures. Released by United
    Artists Corp. 66 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Bishop-Hittleman Pictures,
    Inc.; 24Mar57 (in notice: 1956); LP8865.

  BUCKY AND PEPITO. Samsing Creations. Made by Trans Artists
    Productions. 8 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Samsing Creations, Inc.;
    15Apr59; LP13478.

  BUCKY BEAVER PUNCHING BAG COMMERCIAL—IPANA. Bristol-Myers Co. 1 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Bristol-Myers Co.; 5Jul56; MU6126.

  BUCKY BEAVER—ROY WILLIAMS COMMERCIAL—IPANA. Bristol-Myers Co. 1 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Bristol-Myers Co.; 5Jul56; MU6123.

  BUCKY BEAVER TOOTH DETECTIVE COMMERCIAL—IPANA. Bristol-Myers Co. 1
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Bristol-Myers Co.; 5Jul56; MU6124.

  BUCKY BEAVER 25¢ OFFER COMMERCIAL—IPANA. Bristol-Myers Co. 1 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Bristol-Myers Co.; 5Jul56; MU6125.

  BUD.

    For titles beginning Bud SEE Father Knows Best.

  BUDDY. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 80.

  BUDDY MORROW AND HIS ORCHESTRA. Universal, 1952. 15 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 12Jun52; LP1767.

  BUDGET-WISE. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization.
    75 ft., sd., color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Chevrolet Motor Division
    of General Motors Corp.; 12Jun57; MU6335.

  BUD’S ENCOUNTER WITH THE LAW. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 7.

  BUFFALO BILL IN TOMAHAWK TERRITORY. Jack Schwarz Productions. Released
    by United Artists Corp., 1952. 66 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Jack
    Schwarz Productions, Inc.; 8Feb52 (in notice: 1951); LP1771.

  BUFFALO BILL, JR. Flying A Productions. 3 reels each, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    © Flying A Productions.

    Ambush at Lizard Rock. © 27Apr56; LP6446.

    Angelo Goes West. © 29May56; LP6580.

    Apache Raid. © 27Jul55; LP5276.

    The Assassins. © 27Apr56; LP6447.

    The Black Ghost. © 12Mar55; LP4554.

    Blazing Guns. © 24Aug56; LP7160.

    Boomer’s Blunder. © 1Apr55; LP4575.

    A Bronc Called Gunboat. © 11May55; LP4768.

    The Calico Kid. © 14May55; LP4770.

    The Death of Johnny Ringo. © 22Mar55; LP4555.

    The Devil’s Washbowl. © 27Jul55; LP5018.

    A Diamond for Grandpa. © 23Jul56; LP7013.

    Double-Cross Money. © 3Aug56; LP7158.

    Empire Pass. © 3Mar55; LP4541.

    Fight for Geronimo. © 1Mar55; LP4501.

    The Fight for Texas. © 27Jul55; LP5246.

    First Posse. © 18Apr55; LP4672.

    Fugitive from Injustice. © 13Aug55; LP5329.

    The Golden Plant. © 15May56; LP6449.

    Grave of the Monsters. © 24May55; LP4881.

    Gun-Talk. © 14Sep56; LP7159.

    Hooded Vengeance. © 22Apr55; LP4733.

    The Jayhawker. © 27Apr56; LP6448.

    Kansas City Lady. © 23Jul56; LP7012.

    Kid Curry-Killer. © 18May56; LP6581.

    The Lady and the Judge. © 1Aug56; LP6844.

    Legacy of Jesse James. © 23Jun55; LP5019.

    The Little Mavericks. © 1Aug55; LP5328.

    Lucky Horseshoe. © 27May55; LP4818.

    Pawnee Stampede. © 19May55; LP4769.

    Rails Westward. © 30Jul55; LP5245.

    The Rain Wagon. © 8Apr55; LP4606.

    Red Hawk. © 28May55; LP4880.

    Redskin Gap. © 22Jun55; LP5020.

    Rough-Shod. © 21Sep56; LP7161.

    Runaway Renegade. © 1Mar55; LP4502.

    Secret of the Silverado. © 21May56; LP6579.

    Silver Mine Mystery. © 16Aug56; LP7162.

    The Six-Gun Symphony. © 24May55; LP4817.

    Tough Tenderfoot. © 14Apr55; LP4734.

    Trail of the Killer. © 4Mar55; LP4540.

    Trouble Thompson. © 11May56; LP6445.

  BUFFALO BILL’S WILD WEST SHOW. 2 reels, b&w, 35mm. © William J.
    Garlow. Fred H. Garlow, Jane Garlow Mallehan; title, descr., & 18
    prints, 22Jun50; LU2976.

  BUFFALO MAN. SEE Gunsmoke.

  BUFFALO STAMPEDE. SEE Blazing the Overland Trail, no. 10.

  BUGLE CALL. SEE Blazing the Overland Trail, no. 13.

  A BUGLE FOR RICKY. SEE Adventures of Champion.

  BUGLES IN THE AFTERNOON. Cagney Productions. Released by Warner Bros.
    Pictures, 1951. 85 min., sd., color, 35mm. Based on the novel of the
    title by Ernest Haycox. © Cagney Productions, Inc.; 28Dec51; LP1579.

  BUGS. SEE Science Pictures, no. 5.

  BUGS AND THUGS. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Looney Tune Cartoon. Bugs Bunny Special) Technicolor. © Vitaphone
    Corp.; 28Dec53; MP5758.

  BUGS BONNETS. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Merrie
    Melodies Cartoon. Bugs Bunny Special) Technicolor. © Vitaphone
    Corp.; 14Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7963.

  BUGSY AND MUGSY. Warner Bros. Pictures. 7 min., sd., Technicolor,
    35mm. (Looney Tunes; Bugs Bunny Special) © Vitaphone Corp.; 31Aug57;
    MP9132.

  BUILD FOR THE FUTURE. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 75 ft., sd., color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Chevrolet
    Motor Division of General Motors Corp.; 12Jun57; MU6334.

  THE BUILDERS. Wire Reinforcement Institute. Made by Industrial Motion
    Pictures. 31 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Wire
    Reinforcement Institute, Inc.; 20May54; MP4918.

  BUILDING A NATION: ISRAEL. United World Films, 1950. Produced by Louis
    de Rochemont Associates. 20 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (The Earth and Its
    Peoples) © United World Films, Inc.; 1Jun50 (in notice: 1949);
    MP2460.

  BUILDING A SET. International Film Bureau, 1951. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. Appl. author: Wesley H. Greene. © International Film Bureau,
    Inc.; 16Mar51; MP2638.

  BUILDING A TELESCOPE. Field Trip Films. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Field Trip Films, Carl Dorman, sole owner, 20Oct56; MP7789.

  BUILDING BETTER PARAGRAPHS. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. Educational collaborator, Ruth Strang. © John Smart;
    9Oct53; MP4043.

  BUILDING BIRDHOUSES. International Film Bureau. Made by Crawley Films.
    6 min., sd., color, 16mm. (The Living Science Film Series, no. 2)
    Kodachrome. Appl. author: Wesley H. Greene. Appl. title: Living
    Science Series no. 1: Building Bird Houses (no. 2) © International
    Film Bureau, Inc.; 25Mar53 (in notice: 1952); MP4196.

  BUILDING FOR A GREATER CATHOLIC ACTION. Jam Handy Organization for the
    Archdiocese of Detroit. © 1951. 542 ft., color, 16mm. © The Jam
    Handy Organization, Inc.; 7May51; MU5312.

  BUILDING FOR GREATER CATHOLIC SERVICE. Jam Handy Organization for the
    Archdiocese of Detroit. © 1950. 11 min., sd., color, 16mm. © The Jam
    Handy Organization, Inc.; 4Dec50; MU5257.

  BUILDING FOR THE NATIONS. Loucks and Norling Studios for the United
    States Steel Corporation of Delaware, 1950. 35mm. sd., color, 16mm.
    © United States Steel Corporation of Delaware; 31Jul50; MP446.

  BUILDING FRIENDS FOR BUSINESS, and BUILDING FRIENDS FOR SWIFT. Jam
    Handy Organization for Swift and Co. © 1950. Pt. 1, 10 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Pt. 2, 6 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Jam Handy
    Organization, Inc.; 4Dec50; MU5252.

  BUILDING FRIENDS FOR SWIFT. SEE Building Friends for Business.

  BUILDING MITCHELL SCHOOL. Elva Dittman. 600 ft., color, 16mm. © Elva
    Dittman; 1Jul54; MU5758.

  BUILDING THE PARAGRAPH. SEE Writing the Paragraph.

  BUILDINGS OF MUD: ADOBE. Arizona State College. Released by Young
    America Films. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Arizona State College;
    19Sep55; MP6531.

  BUILT FOR THE STRONG HAUL! Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 1 min., sd., Eastman color, 35mm. © Chevrolet Motor
    Division of General Motors Corp.; 19Jan59; MU6589.

  BULL FRIGHT. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Casper Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 15Jul55; LP5082.

  BULL IN A CHINA SHOP. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  THE BULL SKINNER. SEE Suspicion.

  BULLDOZING THE BULL. SEE Heckle and Jeckle the Talking Magpies in
    Bulldozing the Bull.

  BULLET BAIT. SEE Sky King, no. 42.

  BULLET FOR A BADGE. SEE Peter Gunn.

  A BULLET FOR BALDWIN. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  A BULLET FOR BRIDGET. SEE Yancy Derringer.

  A BULLET FOR JOEY. Bischoff-Diamond Corp. Released by United Artists
    Corp. 85 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Bischoff-Diamond Corp.; 15Apr55;
    LP4681.

  A BULLET FOR THE CAPTAIN. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 444.

  A BULLET IS WAITING. Welsch Productions. Released by Columbia Pictures
    Corp. 9 reels, sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. © Columbia Pictures
    Corp.; 1Aug54; LP3919.

  BULLET LOU KIRN. SEE Telephone Time.

  THE BULLET TRICK. Lewman and Revue Productions. Approx. 26 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Lewman, Ltd., & Revue Productions, Inc.; 20Nov56;
    LP8258.

  BULLETS AND BADMEN. Range Rider Productions, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Range Rider Productions; 17Apr53; LP2516.

  BULLETS AND BOWS. Flying A Pictures, 1951. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Flying A Pictures, Inc.; 16Nov51; LP1320.

  BULLETS FOR BALLOTS. Apex Film Corp., 1950. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    The Lone Ranger, Inc.; 11May50; LP645.

  BULLETS OF MYSTERY. SEE The Adventures of Kit Carson.

  BULLFIGHTER AND THE LADY. Republic Productions, 1951. A John Wayne
    production. 87 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Formerly entitled “Torero.” ©
    Republic Pictures Corp.; 5Mar51; LP758.

  THE BULLFROG NUGGET. SEE The Little Bullfrog Nugget.

  THE BULLNAPPERS. SEE Buckskin.

  BULL’S EYE. SEE Annie Oakley.

  BULLWHIP. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 80 min., sd., Color by DeLuxe,
    35mm. A Romson-Broidy production. CinemaScope. © Allied Artists
    Pictures Corp.; 29Apr58; LP10411.

  THE BULLY. SEE Discussion Problems in Group Living: The Bully.

  BULLY FOR BUGS. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Looney Tune Cartoon. Bugs Bunny Special) Technicolor. © Vitaphone
    Corp.; 8Aug53 (in notice: 1952); MP4994.

  THE BULLY OF DRY GULCH. SEE Adventures of Superman, no. 62.

  BUM STEER. SEE Beefy in Bum Steer.

  BUMA; AFRICAN SCULPTURE SPEAKS. Henry R. Cassirer. Released by
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1952. 9 min., sd., color, 16mm.
    Kodachrome. Based on a story and research by Ladislas Segy. ©
    Ladislas Segy, Henry R. Cassirer; 10Nov52; MP3484.

  BUMBLING AND THE MAGIC BUCKLES. Thomas H. Tichenor. 27 min. © Tom
    Tichenor; 30Aug54; LU3067.

  BUNCO BUSTERS. Universal Pictures Co. 6 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker Cartune) A Universal International
    picture. Technicolor. © Universal International; 21Nov55; LP5739.

  BUNCO SQUAD. RKO Radio Pictures, 1950. 67 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Suggested by a story by Reginald Taviner. © RKO Radio Pictures,
    Inc.; 2Aug50; LP275.

  BUNDLE AT WELLS FARGO. Screen Associates, 1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. (Electric Theatre) A Screen Televideo release. Based on a
    story by Charles Marquis Warren. © Screen Associates, Inc.; 23Mar52
    (in notice: 1951); LP1665.

  BUNDLE FROM BRITAIN. SEE Lassie.

  BUNDLE OF JOY. RKO Radio Pictures. 98 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Technicolor. Story, Felix Jackson; screenplay Norman Krasna, Robert
    Carson, Arthur Sheekman. © RKO Teleradio Pictures, Inc.; 19Dec56;
    LP7509.

  BUNGALOW MURDER. SEE Richard Diamond, Private Detective, 8638.

  BUNGLED BUNGALOW. United Productions of America. Released by Columbia
    Pictures, 1950. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (The Near-Sighted Mr.
    Magoo Cartoon) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 28Dec50; LP675.

  BUNKER HILL BUNNY. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1950. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Bugs Bunny Special Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 6Nov50 (in
    notice: 1949); MP615.

  BUNNY HUGGED. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1951. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Bugs Bunny Special Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 15Apr51 (in
    notice: 1950); MP1149.

  BUNNY ON THE BEACH. SEE The Damon Runyon Theatre, no. 14.

  BURDEN OF GUILT. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue
    Productions, Inc.; 31Dec53; LP3333.

  BURDEN OF TRUTH. Allend’or Productions. 67 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    project of the United Steelworkers of America, Committee on Civil
    Rights. © Allend’or Productions, Inc.; 25Sep57; LP10529.

  THE BUREAUCRAT. SEE Gunsmoke.

  THE BURGLAR. Columbia Pictures Corp. 12 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Screenplay by David Goodis, adapted from his novel of the same
    title. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Jun57; LP9136.

  THE BURGLAR. National Bank of Detroit. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co. 20
    sec. Appl. author: Robert S. McTyre. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 28Nov56;
    MU6218.

  BURGLAR EPISODE. SEE Topper, no. T113.

  BURGUNDY. SEE The Count of Monte Cristo.

  BURIAL AT HIGH POINT. SEE Inner Sanctum, no. 28.

  BURIED TREASURE. Apex Film Corp., 1950. 26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Based
    on a radio script by Felix Holt. © The Lone Ranger, Inc.; 2Mar50;
    LP527.

  BURIED TREASURE. SEE The Adventures of the Falcon.

  BURL IVES TELESCRIPTIONS. Snader Telescriptions Corp., 1951. 19 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Snader Telescriptions Corp.; 22May51; MP1440.

  BURLESK. SEE The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, no. 185.

  BURMA: PEOPLE OF THE RIVER. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 14 min.,
    sd., color, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 26Jul57;
    MP8432.

  THE BURNING GIRL. SEE Alcoa Presents One Step Beyond.

  THE BURNING HILLS. Warner Bros. Pictures. 94 min., sd., color, 35mm. A
    Warner Bros. First National picture. CinemaScope. Warnercolor. Based
    on the novel by Louis L’Amour. © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.;
    1Sep56; LP9287.

  THE BURNING OF NEW YORK. SEE I Spy.

  BURNS & ALLEN SHOW. San-Ron Corp. 29 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    San-Ron Corp.

    282. Gracie Is Brilliant. © 3Mar58; LP11229.

    283. Ronnie’s Fan Club. © 10Mar58; LP11232.

    284. Frozen Passion. © 17Mar58; LP11235.

    285. High Blood Pressure. © 31 Mar58; LP11233.

    286. Softening the Professor. © 7Apr58; LP11236.

    287. The Publicity Marriage. © 14Apr58; LP11231.

    288. Blanche Gets a Jury Notice. © 21Apr58; LP11234.

    289. Gracie and the Jury. © 28Apr58; LP11230.

    290. Ronnie Makes a Record. © 5May58; LP11237.

    291. Ronnie’s Royalty Check. © 12May58; LP11228.

    292. A Visit from Charles Vidor. © 19May58; LP11560.

    293. Ronnie Goes into the Army. © 26May58; LP11561.

    294. Locked Out. © 2Jun58; LP11562.

    295. A Week in New York. © 9Jun58; LP11563.

    296. The June Wedding. © 16Jun58; LP11564.

    297. Summer School. © 23Jun58; LP11565.

    298. The Grammar School Dance. © 8Sep58; LP12223.

    299. The Exchange Student. © 15Sep58; LP12222.

  BURNS AND ALLEN TELEVISION FILM SHOW. SEE The George Burns and Gracie
    Allen Show.

  BURNSES AND MORTONS CHOOSING MOVIE TO ATTEND. SEE The George Burns and
    Gracie Allen Show, no. 90.

  BURNSES AND MORTONS GOING TO HAWAII. SEE The George Burns and Gracie
    Allen Show, no. 144.

  BURNSES AND MORTONS GOING TO HEAR ANTONELLI CONCERT. SEE The George
    Burns and Gracie Allen Show, no. 114.

  BURNSES GOING TO NEW YORK. SEE The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show,
    no. 157.

  BURNT PICNIC BASKETS. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 103.

  BURNT UP. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 4
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Chevrolet Motor Division of General Motors
    Corp.; 5Feb58; MU6449.

  THE BURRO. SEE Lassie.

  BURT ALVORD. SEE Stories of the Century.

  BURY HIM DEAD. SEE Zane Grey Theatre, no. 6524.

  THE BUS AND US. Linda Shuler. 17 min., sd., Triad, 16mm. © Ward Body
    Works; 29Jan58 (in notice: 1957); MP8859.

  BUS STOP. Tractor & Implement Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. Approx. 13 min., b&w, 35mm. © Tractor & Implement
    Division, Ford Motor Co.; 14Nov55; MU5979.

  BUS STOP. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 95 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    CinemaScope. Color by DeLuxe. Based on the play by William Inge. ©
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 14Aug56; LP7347.

  BUS TO NOWHERE. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 48.

  THE BUSHWHACKERS. Jack Broder Productions. Released by Realart
    Pictures, 1951. 70 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Jack Broder Productions,
    Inc.; 12Dec51; LP1834.

  BUSHY HARE. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1950. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Bugs Bunny Special Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 1Dec50 (in
    notice: 1949); MP741.

  BUSHY, THE SQUIRREL: BACKGROUND FOR READING AND EXPRESSION. Coronet
    Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet
    Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 11Oct57; MP8702.

  THE BUSINESS. SEE Lassie.

  THE BUSINESS MANAGER. SEE Mr. Adams and Eve.

  BUSINESSMAN. Hertz System. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co. 60 sec. Appl.
    author: Campbell-Ewald Co., employer for hire of R. S. Knapp, author
    of script. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 23Mar59; MU6702.

  THE BUST OF PLATO. SEE I’m the Law, no. 22.

  THE BUSTER KEATON STORY. Paramount Pictures Corp. and Forum
    Productions. 91 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. VistaVision. © Paramount
    Pictures Corp. & Forum Productions, Inc., & Robert Smith, a joint
    venture; 20Apr57 (in notice: 1956); LP8172.

  BUSY BUDDIES. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 6 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Tom and Jerry Cartoon) CinemaScope. Technicolor. ©
    Loew’s Incorporated; 9Mar56; LP6506.

  BUSY SIGNAL. SEE Mr. and Mrs. North, No. 34.

  BUSYBODY BEAR. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Barney Bear Cartoon) Technicolor. © Loew’s
    Incorporated; 7Jan53; LP3904.

  BUT NOT FOR ME. Perlsea Co. Released by Paramount Pictures Corp. 105
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a play by Samson Raphaelson. ©
    Paramount Pictures Corp. & Perlsea Co.; 30Sep59; LP14518.

  THE BUTCHERS OF KAPSAN. SEE Navy Log.

  BUTLER SHOW. SEE December Bride, no. 105.

  THE BUTTERFLY: A LIFE CYCLE OF AN INSECT. Coronet Instructional Films.
    6 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films; 4Feb55;
    MP5713.

  BUTTERFLY MARVEL. Tilden Wirt Roberts, 1951. 13 min., sd., color,
    16mm. © Tilden Wirt Roberts; 29Jun51; MP1496.

  BUTTERFLY MYSTERY. Moody Institute of Science. 10 min., sd., color,
    16mm. © Moody Institute of Science; 8May56; MP8088.

  BUTTONS THROUGH THE YEARS. B. Blumenthal and Co., 1952. Produced by Le
    Trident, Paris. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on the book, “The
    Complete Button Book,” by Lillian Smith Albert and Kathryn Kent
    [pseud. of Kathryn Schwerke] © B. Blumenthal & Co., Inc.; 24Apr52;
    MP2314.

  THE BUY FOR ’55. Tractor & Implement Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 39 ft., color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Tractor &
    Implement Division, Ford Motor Co.; 24Jun55; MU5904.

  THE BUY FOR ’55. Tractor & Implement Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 77 ft., b&w, 35mm. TV version. © Tractor & Implement
    Division, Ford Motor Co.; 24Jun55; MU5910.

  BUY ME A MIRACLE. SEE Whirlybirds, 52.

  BUZZ BOY. SEE Navy Log.

  BUZZIN’ AROUND. SEE To Bee or Not To Bee.

  BWANA DEVIL. Arch Oboler Productions. Released by Gulu Picture Co.,
    1952, and by United Artists Corp., 1953. 79 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    A three-dimensional film: Natural Vision; magnetic sound track. ©
    Gulu Picture Co.; 13Mar53 (in notice: 1952); LP2462.

  BWANA MAGOO. UPA Pictures. Released by Columbia Pictures Corp. 6 min.,
    sd., Technicolor, 35mm. (Mister Magoo) © Columbia Pictures Corp.;
    9Jan59 (in notice: 1958); LP12670.

  BY CAYUGA’S WATERS. Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp.
    [1952] Produced by Jam Handy Organization. 3 min., color, 35mm. ©
    Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 22Apr52; MU5423.

  BY LEAPS AND HOUNDS. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 8 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Noveltoon Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    21Dec51; LP1378.

  BY-LINE. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  BY-PASSER. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 1
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Chevrolet Motor Division of General Motors
    Corp.; 5Feb58; MU6442.

  BY THE LIGHT OF THE SILVERY MOON. Warner Bros. Pictures, 1953. 102
    min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. Suggested by Booth Tarkington’s
    Penrod stories. © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 22Apr53 (in notice:
    1952); LP2525.

  BY THE OLD MILL SCREAM. Paramount Pictures Corp. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Casper Cartoon) Technicolor. © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    3Jul53; LP2709.

  BY WAY OF EXPERIENCE. Union Carbide and Carbon Corp. [1953] 12 min. ©
    Union Carbide and Carbon Corp.; 27Jan53; MU5507.

  BY WAY OF EXPERIENCE. Union Carbide and Carbon Corp., 1953. 12 min.,
    sd., color, 16mm. © Union Carbide and Carbon Corp.; 6Feb53 (in
    notice: 1952); MP3279.

  BY WORD OF MOUSE. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Looney Tune Cartoon) Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 2Oct54;
    MP6354. (SEE ALSO By Word of Mouse; 16Aug55 (in notice: 1954);
    MP6291)

  BY WORD OF MOUSE. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Looney Tune Cartoon) Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 16Aug55 (in
    notice: 1954); MP6291. (SEE ALSO By Word of Mouse; 2Oct54; MP6354)

  ’BYE, ’BYE, BANSHEE. SEE The Gale Storm Show.

  BYWAYS TO BROADWAY. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Variety View) A Universal International picture. © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 16Nov53; MP4231.


                                   C

  CBS DOUG EDWARDS CLOSING: RING FOR A RIDE. Oldsmobile Division. Made
    by Jam Handy Organization. 66 ft., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy
    Organization, Inc.; 21Mar55; MU5860.

  C. O. D. SEE Whirlybirds, no. 77.

  CAB CALLOWAY AND HIS CABALIERS TELESCRIPTIONS. Snader Telescriptions
    Corp., 1950. 19 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Snader Telescriptions Corp.;
    20Nov50; MP990.

  THE CAB DRIVER. SEE General Electric Theatre.

  CABALLERO. SEE The Texan, no. 30.

  CABALLERO DROOPY. Loew’s, 1952. 6 min., sd., color, 35mm. A
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer cartoon. © Loew’s Incorporated; 12Aug52; LP1868.

  LOS CABALLEROS DEL MAR. SEE Neutralidad.

  LA CABEZA DE PANCHO VILLA. (The head of Pancho Villa) Producciones
    Universal Mexico. Released in the U. S. by Importadora. 79 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Appl. author: Productora Mier y Brooks, S. de R. L.
    y C. V. © Importadora, Inc.; 1Jun55; LP10634.

  THE CABIN. SEE Gunsmoke.

  THE CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI. Decla-Bioskop, Berlin. Released in the U.
    S. by Film Renters, 1952. 6 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. A reissue of the
    silent film released in the U. S. by Goldwyn Pictures Corp. in 1921.
    Music, sound effects, and English titles added. © on new main,
    credit, and insert titles, foreword, end title, music synchronized
    to picture and sound effects; The Attorney-General of the United
    States; 8Aug52; LP1916. Appl. states prev. reg. 29Apr21; LP16432.

  CABLE CAR. Evans G. Valens and J. Padgett Payne. 12 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Evans G. Valens, J. Padgett Payne; 28Jul53; MU5567.

  CABLE CAR TO TOMBSTONE. SEE State Trooper.

  THE CACHE. SEE

    The Adventures of Kit Carson.

    Sergeant Preston of the Yukon.

  CACTUS CARAVAN. Universal Pictures Co., 1950. 26 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 9Jun50; MP381.

  CACTUS CASANOVA. SEE The Charlie Farrell Show.

  THE CADDY. York Pictures Corp. Released by Paramount Pictures Corp. 95
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © York Pictures Corp.; 4Sep53; LP2898.

  THE CAFETERIA STRIKE. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 21.

  CAGE FRIGHT. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1952. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Casper Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 8Aug52; LP1872.

  CAGED. Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc., 1950. 91 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    © Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc.; 22May50; LP126.

  CAGED FURY. Castle Films, 1951. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. (Adventure
    Parade) © United World Films, Inc.; 15Mar51; MP2648.

  THE CAGUAMAS TURTLES. Andres Herrera Casasus, Crisogono Herrera
    Casasus, Tampico, Mexico [1952] 14 min., color, 16mm. © Andres
    Herrera Casasus, Crisogono Herrera Casasus; 23Apr52; MU5428.

  CAIDOS EN EL INFIERNO. Argentina Sono Film, Argentina. Released by
    Clasa-Mohme; in the U. S. by Importadora. 89 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on the novel of the same title by Michael Valbeck. ©
    Importadora, Inc.; 1Jul55; LP10856.

  CAIN. SEE Gunsmoke.

  CAIN & ABEL. SEE The Sheriff of Cochise, no. 12.

  THE CAINE MUTINY. Stanley Kramer Co. Released by Columbia Pictures
    Corp. 13 reels, sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. Based on the novel of
    the same title by Herman Wouk. © S. G. S. Corp.; 4Jul54; LP3925.

  CALAMITY JANE. Warner Bros. Pictures. 101 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Technicolor. © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 23Nov54 (in notice:
    1953); LP4193.

  CALAMITY JANE AND SAM BASS. Universal International, 1949. 85 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 28Jun49; LP515.

  CALAMITY STRIKES. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    35mm. (See It Happen) © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 13Nov53;
    MP4185.

  THE CALENDAR: DAYS, WEEKS, MONTHS. Coronet Instructional Films. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, 27Jul54;
    MP5161.

  THE CALENDAR: STORY OF ITS DEVELOPMENT. Coronet Instructional Films.
    11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division
    of Esquire, Inc.; 12Mar59; MP9616.

  THE CALF. SEE Lassie.

  CALGARY COWBOY STAMPEDE. Castle Films, 1949. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (The Sport Parade) © United World Films, Inc.; 15Mar49; MP2412.

  CALHOUN RIDES AGAIN. SEE Adventures of Champion.

  THE CALICO DOG. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 398.

  THE CALICO KID. SEE Buffalo Bill, Jr.

  CALIFORNIA CONQUEST. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1952. 79 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 2Apr52; LP1614.

  CALIFORNIA GOLD RUSH IN REVERSE. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 393.

  CALIFORNIA PASSAGE. Republic Pictures Corp., 1950. 90 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 30Nov50; LP563.

  THE CALIFORNIA ZEPHYR. Blackhawk Films, 1952. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (Blackhawk Railroad Series) Adapted from the motion picture of the
    same title produced by the Burlington, Rio Grande, and Western
    Pacific railroads. © Blackhawk Films, Inc.; 22Sep52; MP2864.

  THE CALIFORNIANS. Californian Film Enterprises. 1 reel each, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Californian Film Enterprises, Inc.

    1A. The Vigilantes Begin. © 24Sep57; LP14194.

    2A. All That Glitters. © 1Oct57; LP14193.

    3A. The Noose. © 8Oct57; LP14195.

    4A. The Avenger. © 15Oct57; LP14196.

    5A. The Search for Lucy Manning. © 22Oct57; LP14199.

    6A. The Regulators. © 5Nov57; LP14197.

    7A. The Lost Queue. © 29Oct57; LP14200.

    8A. The Magic Box. © 26Nov57; LP14206.

    9A. Man from Boston. © 12Nov57; LP14198.

    10A. The Barber’s Boy. © 19Nov57; LP14202.

    11A. Little Man Lost. © 3Dec57; LP14201.

    12A. Strange Quarantine. © 10Dec57; LP14205.

    13A. The PO8. © 31Dec57; LP14204.

    14A. Truce of the Tree. © 17Dec57; LP14203.

    15A. The Coward. © 7Jan58; LP14176.

    16A. Panic on Montgomery Street. © 14Jan58; LP14177.

    17A. China Doll. © 21Jan58; LP14173.

    18A. Mr. Valejo. © 28Jan58; LP14175.

    19A. Man from Paris. © 11Feb58; LP14174.

    20A. The Alice Pritchard Case. © 4Feb58; LP14172.

    21A. The Duel. © 18Feb58; LP14170.

    22A. Sorley Boy. © 25Feb58; LP14171.

    23A. Gentleman from Philadelphia. © 4Mar58; LP14191.

    24A. The Marshall. © 11Mar58; LP14183.

    25A. Death by Proxy. © 18Mar58; LP14180.

    26A. The Street. © 25Mar58; LP14181.

    27A. J. Jimmerson Jones, Inc. © 1Apr58; LP14178.

    470-28. Pipeline. © 22Apr58; LP14187.

    470-29. The Foundling. © 29Apr58; LP14188.

    470-30. Skeleton in the Closet. © 8Apr58; LP14179.

    470-31. Second Trial. © 6May58; LP14190.

    470-32. The Inner Circle. © 13May58; LP14184.

    470-33. The Golden Bride. © 20May58; LP14182.

    470-34. Shanghai Queen. © 3Jun58; LP14186.

    470-35. Murietta. © 27May58; LP14185.

    470-36. Golden Grapes. © 17Jun58; LP14192.

    470-37. Bridal Bouquet. © 10Jun58; LP14189.

  CALIFORNIA’S FIRST ICE MAN. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 357.

  CALIFORNIA’S FIRST SCHOOLMARM. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 396.

  CALIFORNIA’S PAUL REVERE. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 385.

  CALL CONAD. SEE Navy Log.

  A CALL FOR HELP. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 17 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Chevrolet Motor Division of
    General Motors Corp.; 5Feb58; MU6447.

  CALL FOR HELP. SEE Crossroads.

  CALL FROM ROBERT JEST. Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Revue Productions, Inc.; 27Feb55; LP6807.

  CALL IT FREE. Dow Chemical Co. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 815
    fr., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.;
    24Jun55; MU5899.

  CALL IT TREASON. SEE Decision Before Dawn.

  CALL ME DAD. SEE The Ray Milland Show.

  CALL ME MADAM. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1953. 118 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. Based on the musical comedy book of the same title by
    Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp.; 5Mar53; LP2650.

  CALL ME MISTER. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1951. 95 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. Based on the musical revue of the same title by Harold
    J. Rome and Arnold M. Auerbach. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
    31Jan51; LP811.

  CALL ME SKINNY. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1953. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Pacemaker) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 25Jun53; MP3657.

  CALL MICHIGAN 7099. SEE It’s a Great Life.

  THE CALL OF SAMUEL. Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. Made by Moody
    Institute of Science. 13 min., sd., color, 16mm. Eastman color. ©
    Moody Bible Institute of Chicago; 13Dec56; MP7815.

  CALL OF THE FOREST. Lippert Productions, Inc., 1949. 57 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Lippert Productions, Inc.; 15Dec49; LP2721.

  CALL OF THE KLONDIKE. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1950. 67 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 17Dec50; LP587.

  CALL OF THE LONG TRAIL. SEE Gunpowder Range.

  CALL OF THE NAVAJO. New Life Films. 42 min., sd., color, 16mm.
    Kodachrome. © Stanley Earl Taylor; 10Dec52; MP4173.

  CALL THE PRIEST. William A. Winchester, 1952. 23 min., sd., color,
    16mm. © Rev. William A. Winchester; 27Jul52 (in notice: 1951);
    MP2790.

  CALL YOUR SHOT. SEE Wanted: Dead or Alive, no. 6350.

  CALLAWAY WENT THATAWAY. Loew’s, 1951. An MGM picture. 81 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Loew’s Inc.; 8Nov51; LP1333.

  LA CALLE DEL PECADO. Zulema D. de Amadori, Argentina. Released in the
    U. S. by Importadora. 76 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Importadora, Inc.;
    1Apr54; LP10855.

  CALLEJERA. (Woman of the Streets) Luis Manrique, Mexico. Released in
    the U. S. by Importadora. 98 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Importadora,
    Inc.; 1Nov49; LP11598.

  CALLING ALL CUCKOOS. Universal Pictures Co. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker Cartune) A Universal International
    picture. Technicolor. © Universal International; 12Sep56; LP7227.

  CALLING BULLDOG DRUMMOND. Loew’s, 1951. An MGM picture. 80 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on a story by Gerard Fairlie. © Loew’s Inc.;
    15Oct51; LP1271.

  CALLING DR. BAXTER. SEE The Bob Cummings Show, no. 1.

  CALLING DOCTOR MAGOO. UPA Pictures. Released by Columbia Pictures
    Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (The Nearsighted Mr. Magoo) ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 24May56; LP6601.

  CALLING HOMICIDE. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 61 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 12Sep56; LP7035.

  CALLING ON CAPE TOWN. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s, 1952. 9
    min., sd., color, 35mm. (James A. FitzPatrick’s Traveltalks) ©
    Loew’s Inc.; 13Nov52; MP2987.

  CALLING SCOTLAND YARD. Danziger Productions, London. Released in the
    U. S. by Paramount Television Productions. 27 min. each, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Danziger Productions, Ltd.

    The Corpse of Pleasant Avenue. © 15Feb55 (in notice: 1953); LP5387.

    The Man Who Stayed Alive. © 15Feb55 (in notice: 1953); LP5383.

    The Ripper Strikes. © 9Dec54 (in notice: 1953); LP5384. (SEE ALSO
      Calling Scotland Yard, The Ripper Strikes; 9Dec54; LP5471)

    The Ripper Strikes. Released in England under the title Motive for
      Murder. © 9Dec54; LP5471. (SEE ALSO Calling Scotland Yard, The
      Ripper Strikes; 9Dec54; LP5384)

    The Stranger on the Sea. © 22Apr54 (in notice: 1953); LP5389.

    The Thief of London. © 14Jun54 (in notice: 1953); LP5386.

    30 Days To Die. © 21Sep53; LP5385.

    The Wilful Widow. © 22Apr54 (in notice: 1953); LP5388.

  CALLOW CAR STEALING. SEE The Line-Up, no. 25.

  CALVARY. Bob Jones University. Made by Unusual Films. 28 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Bob Jones University; 15May56; MP7711.

  CALVARY IN CHINA. SEE Crossroads.

  CALYPSO BUD. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 115.

  CALYPSO CARNIVAL. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. Technicolor. © Universal Pictures
    Co., Inc.; 8Jun53; MP4237.

  CALYPSO CRUISE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 9 min., sd., color,
    35mm. CinemaScope. Color by DeLuxe. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp.; 18Jun54; MP5027.

  CALYPSO HEAT WAVE. Clover Productions. Released by Columbia Pictures
    Corp. 9 reels, sd., b&w. 35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Jun57;
    LP9003.

  CALYPSO JOE. William F. Broidy Productions. Released by Allied Artists
    Corp. 76 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Allied Artists Pictures Corp.;
    21May57; LP8302.

  CALYPSO’S CLEM. SEE The Red Skelton Show.

  CAMARILLO. SEE Confidential File.

  CAME THE DAWN. SEE Never Let Me Go.

  CAMEL RACE. SEE Captain Gallant of the Foreign Legion.

  CAMEL TRAIN. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 394.

  CAMELS ARE MILDER. Delco Battery. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co. 90 sec.
    (High Adventure Series) Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald Co., employer
    for hire of E. W. Birnbryer, author of script. © Campbell-Ewald Co.;
    14Jul58; MU6491.

  THE CAMERA. SEE Lassie.

  THE CAMERA CAUGHT IT. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 9 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. (Pete Smith Specialty) © Loew’s Incorporated; 5Oct54
    (in notice: 1953); LP4102.

  CAMERA CRAZY. RKO-Pathe. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Screenliner) ©
    RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 28Jan55; MP5808.

  CAMERA HUNTING. Vitaphone Corp. 19 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A Warner
    Bros. short subject. © Vitaphone Corp.; 20Nov54: MP6726.

  CAMERA HUNTING. Vitaphone Corp. 19 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A Warner
    Bros. short subject. © Vitaphone Corp.; 20Nov54; MP6738.

  CAMERA MAGIC. Castle Films, 1946. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Castle
    Films, Inc.; 15Jun46; MP3209.

  CAMERA SLEUTH. Loew’s, 1951. An MGM picture. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Pete Smith Specialty Series) © Loew’s Inc.; 3May51 (in notice:
    1950); LP890.

  CAMERA THREE. Columbia Broadcasting System. 30 min. each, sd., b&w,
    16mm. Presented in cooperation with the New York State Education
    Dept. © Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.

    Ancient Mariner. © 12Jan57; LP9557.

    The Intricate Image of Dylan Thomas. © 19Jan57; LP12927.

  CAMERAMAN’S NOTEBOOK. James A. Lebenthal. 25 min. © James A.
    Lebenthal; 31Aug56; MU6187.

  CAMERAS GO TO CAMP. Informational Films Division of Eastman Kodak Co.,
    [1952] 549 ft., sd., color, 16mm. © Eastman Kodak Co.; 27Feb52;
    MU5373.

  CAMERAS IN AFRICA - BEAVER VALLEY. SEE Disneyland, 10.

  CAMERAS IN SAMOA. SEE Disneyland. 1956-1957. 9.

  THE CAMP. SEE Crusader.

  CAMP CLOBBER. SEE Clint Clobber in Camp Clobber.

  CAMP DOG. Walt Disney Productions. Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures,
    1949. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Pluto Cartoon) © Walt Disney
    Productions; 17Aug49; LP600.

  CAMP JAMBOREE. Universal Pictures Co. 2 reels, sd., color, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    8Oct53; LP3150.

  THE CAMP ON BLOOD ISLAND. Hammer Film Productions. Released by
    Columbia Pictures Corp. 81 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. MegaScope. © Hammer
    Film Productions, Ltd.; 1Jul57; LP12233.

  CAMP TIME, ANY TIME! Girl Scouts of the United States of America. 22
    min., sd., color, 16mm. © Girl Scouts of the United States of
    America; 1Mar59; MP9803.

  CAMPAIGN FOR MARRIAGE. SEE Telephone Time.

  CAMPAIGN TRAIN. SEE Wire Service.

  CAMPFIRE CLUB. RKO-Pathe, 1952. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) ©
    RKO Pathe, Inc.; 4Apr52; MP2668.

  CAMPING BEAR. SEE Hamm’s Beer Commercials.

  CAMPING GROUND. SEE Hamm’s Beer Commercials, no. H-502-SC.

  THE CAMPING TRIP. SEE Meet Mr. McNutley.

  THE CAMPOUT. SEE Lassie.

  CAN ANIMALS THINK? SEE John Kieran’s Kaleidoscope, no. 14.

  CAN YOU FOLLOW AND TURN SAFELY? Aetna Casualty and Surety Co. 4 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. (Drivotrainer Film, no. 10) Produced in cooperation
    with the Board of Education of the City of New York. Author, Paul B.
    Cullen. © The Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 24Feb53; MP3974.

  CANADA: GEOGRAPHY OF THE AMERICAS. Coronet Instructional Films. 14
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of
    Esquire, Inc.; 1Sep56; MP7724.

  CANADA: THE ATLANTIC PROVINCES. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 16
    min., sd., color, 16mm. 2d ed. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    Inc.; 3Sep58; MP9349.

  CANADA: THE INDUSTRIAL PROVINCES. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 17
    min., sd., color, 16mm. Second edition. © Encyclopaedia Britannica
    Films, Inc.; 14Feb58; MP8937.

  CANADA: THE PACIFIC PROVINCE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 16 min.,
    sd., color, 16mm. 2d ed. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.;
    3Sep58; MP9347.

  CANADA - THE PRAIRIE PROVINCES. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 16
    min., sd., color, 16mm. 2d ed. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    Inc.; 31Dec58; MP9638.

  CANADA’S NEW FARMLANDS: PEACE RIVER DISTRICT: ALBERTA. United World
    Films, 1949. Produced by Louis de Rochemont Associates. 20 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. (The Earth and Its Peoples) © United World Films,
    Inc.; 1Mar49; MP2426.

  CANADIAN BOOM. March of Time, 1952. 29 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Time,
    Inc.; 29Oct52; MP3212.

  CANADIAN CARNIVAL. RKO-Pathe. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) ©
    RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 29Nov55; MP6962.

  CANADIAN LANCERS. RKO Radio Pictures. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Sportscope) © RKO Teleradio Pictures, Inc.; 13Mar56; MP7051.

  CANADIAN MOUNTIES. RKO-Pathe. 15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © RKO-Pathe,
    Inc.; 30Jan53; MP3714.

  CANADIAN MOUNTIES VS. ATOMIC INVADERS. Republic Pictures Corp. 2 reels
    each, sd., b&w, 35mm. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 8Jun53; trailer and
    no. 1-6, LP2935; no. 7-12, LP3128.

    1. Arctic Intrigue.

    2. Murder or Accident?

    3. Fangs of Death.

    4. Underground Inferno.

    5. Pursuit to Destruction.

    6. The Boat Trap.

    7. Flame Versus Gun.

    8. Highway of Horror.

    9. Doomed Cargo.

    10. Human Quarry.

    11. Mechanical Homicide.

    12. Cavern of Revenge.

  CANADIAN SNOW FUN. RKO Pathe, 1951. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Sportscope Series, no. 5) © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 12Jan51 (in notice:
    1950); MP1229.

  CANADIAN STAMPEDE. RKO-Pathe. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) ©
    RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 23Nov54; MP5624.

  CANALS OF ENGLAND. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1952. 10 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. Second edition. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.;
    19May52; MP2810.

  CANARIES ARE FUN. R. T. French Co. [1952] Produced by the Princeton
    Film Center. 411 ft., sd., color, 16mm. © The R. T. French Co.;
    24Mar52; MU5375.

  THE CANARIS STORY. SEE I Spy.

  CANARY ROW. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1951. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Merrie Melodies Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 3Jan51 (in notice:
    1949); MP792.

  THE CANARY SEDAN. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  CANARY YELLOW. SEE Man Against Crime, Mar. 28, 1954.

  THE CANCELLED FLIGHT. SEE The Whistler, no. 6.

  CANCER. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 15May53; MP3751.

  CANCER BY THE CARTON. American Temperance Society. 29 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. © American Temperance Society; 24Sep58; MP9309.

  CANCER CLINIC. Division of Cancer Control, Dept. of Health,
    Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Made by Motion Picture and Recording
    Studio, Pennsylvania State College. 29 min., sd., color, 16mm.
    Kodachrome. © Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; 21Jul54; MP5366.

  CANCIONES Y RECUERDOS. (Songs and Memories) Cinematografistas Unidos,
    Mexico. Released by Clasa-Mohme; in the U. S. by Importadora. 63
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Importadora, Inc.; 15Dec49; LP11543.

  CANDID CABARET. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Noveltoon Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 11Jun54; LP4026.

  CANDID MICROPHONE. Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel each, sd., b&w,
    35mm. Appl. title: Candid Mike. © Columbia Pictures Corp.

  CANDID MICROPHONE. Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel each, sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the Allen A. Funt radio production of the same title.
    © Columbia Pictures Corp.

    Series 2.

    1. © 27Oct49; MP4981.

    2. © 29Dec49; MP5128.

    3. © 13Mar50; MP1992.

    3. © 14Dec50; MP1559.

    4. © 20Apr50; MP170.

    5. © 15Jun50; MP349.

    6. © 1Aug50; MP455.

    Series 3.

    1. © 2Nov50; MP619.

    3. © 15Feb51; MP1888.

    4. © 12Apr51 (in notice: 1950); MP1873.

    5. © 14Jun51; MP1887.

    6. © 14Aug51; MP1886.

    Series 4.

    1. © 4Oct51; MP1749.

    2. © 6Dec51; MP2333.

    3. © 7Feb52 (in notice: 1951); MP2162.

    4. © 3Apr52 (in notice: 1951); MP2163.

    5. © 5Jun52; MP2443.

    6. © 5Aug52; MP2780.

    Series 5.

    1. © 9Oct52; MP3062.

    1. © 31Dec52; MP3268.

    2. © 13Mar53 (in notice: 1952); MP3395.

    3. © 18Feb53; MP3437.

    4. © 20Jul53; MP3780.

    5. Appl. title: Candid Mike. © 11Jun53; MP3787.

    Series 6.

    1. Appl. title: Candid Mike. © 3Sep53; MP3854.

    1. © 10Sep53; MP4448.

    2. © 10Dec53; MP4325.

    Series 6.

    3. © 8Feb54; MP5028.

    4. © 18Mar54; MP5182.

    5. © 24Jun54; MP5029.

  CANDID MIKE. SEE Candid Microphone.

  CANDID TRAFFIC PICTURES. Frank Abell. 12 min., b&w, 16mm. © Frank
    Abell; 12Feb57; MU6275.

  THE CANDLE OF HOPE. SEE Medic.

  THE CANDLESTICK. SEE The Walter Winchell File, no. 10.

  CANDY. SEE Private Secretary.

  CANDY CALDWELL. SEE The Millionaire.

  CANGACEIRO. Vera Cruz Motion Picture Co., Rio de Janeiro. Released in
    the U. S. by Columbia Pictures Corp. 10 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Jan53; LP5871.

  CANINE CRIMEBUSTERS. Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Topnotcher) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 15Apr54; MP5023.

  CANINE I. Q. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1952. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Grantland Rice Sportlight) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 3Oct52;
    MP2965.

  CANNED FEUD. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1951. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Looney Tunes Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 19Mar51 (in notice:
    1949); MP1030.

  CANNIBAL ATTACK. Columbia Pictures Corp. 69 min., sd., sepia, 35mm. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 30Nov54; LP4379.

  CANNONBALL MCKAY. Apex Film Corp., 1949. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Based on the radio script by Ralph Goll. © The Lone Ranger, Inc.;
    29Dec49; LP479.

  A CANOE EXPEDITION. Boy Scouts of America, 1950. 19 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. (Exploring Trail Skills Series) © Boy Scouts of America;
    31Jul50; LP285.

  CANOEMAN’S HOLIDAY. RKO-Pathe. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) ©
    RKO Teleradio Pictures, Inc.; 4Oct56; MP7727.

  CANTERBURY TALES. SEE Pardoner’s Tale.

  THE CANTILEVER BRIDGE. (A Chapter in the American Bridge Story)
    American Bridge Division, United States Steel Corp. 26 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. © United States Steel Corp.; 19Mar57; MP8949.

  THE CANTILEVER BRIDGE—A CHAPTER IN THE AMERICAN BRIDGE STORY. American
    Bridge Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 25 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © United States Steel Corp.; 16Apr57;
    MU6320.

  CANUCK. SEE The Lone Ranger.

  CANVAS BACK DUCK. Walt Disney Productions. Released by RKO Radio
    Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Donald Duck Cartoon)
    Technicolor. © Walt Disney Productions; 17Sep53; LP3195.

  CANVAS CATHEDRAL. Grace Films, Inc., 1950. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Grace Films, Inc.; 1Mar50 (in notice: 1949); MP9.

  CANYON AMBUSH. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1952. 53 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 12Oct52; LP2032.

  CANYON CROSSROADS. M. P. T. Productions. Released by United Artists
    Corp. 84 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © M. P. T. Productions, Inc.; 30Mar55
    (in notice: 1954); LP5846.

  CANYON OF WANTED MEN. SEE Adventures of Champion.

  CANYON RAIDERS. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1951. 54 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 8Apr51; LP856.

  CANYON RIVER. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 80 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    CinemaScope. Color by DeLuxe. © Allied Artists Pictures Corp.;
    1Aug56; LP6767.

  CAP. Floyd S. Cornelison, Jr. 17 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Floyd S.
    Cornelison, Jr.; 1Dec58; MP9490.

  THE CAPE ANN STORY. The Princeton Film Center, Inc. © 1950. 2,346 ft.,
    b&w, 35mm. © The Princeton Film Center, Inc.; title & descr.,
    17May50; 5 prints, 1May50; MU5138.

  CAPISTRANO SHOW. SEE December Bride.

  CAPISTRANO’S REVENGE. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 38.

  CAPITOL IDEAS. Albert Morris Kane [1952] 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Albert Morris Kane; 20Oct52; MU5490.

  CAPRI. SEE Oh Susanna.

  CAPSULE MYSTERIES: THE CASE OF THE BROKEN WINDOW. Charles Michelson,
    Inc. © 1950. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Charles Michelson, Inc.;
    26Sep50; MU5165.

  CAPTAIN AFRICA AND THE WOLF DOG. SEE Adventures of Captain Africa, no.
    14.

  CAPTAIN AFRICA TO THE RESCUE! SEE Adventures of Captain Africa, no. 2.

  CAPTAIN AFRICA’S FINAL MOVE! SEE Adventures of Captain Africa, no. 15.

  CAPTAIN BLOOD RETURNS. SEE Captain Pirate.

  CAPTAIN CAREY, U. S. A. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1950. 83 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on a novel by Martha Albrand. © Paramount Pictures
    Corp.; 9Apr50 (in notice: 1949); LP23.

  CAPTAIN CHINA. Paramount Pictures Inc., 1950. 98 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 17Feb50 (in notice: 1949); LP2855.

  CAPTAIN COOK AND THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. SEE Captain Z-ro.

  CAPTAIN FROM KOPENICK. SEE Telephone Time.

  CAPTAIN GALLANT OF THE FOREIGN LEGION. Telepictures of Morocco. Made
    by Frantel. Released by Television Programs of America. 27 min.
    each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Frantel, Inc.

    Camel Race. © 13Feb55 (in notice: 1954); LP7813.

    Carnival in Zagora. © 27Mar55 (in notice: 1954); LP7809.

    L’Esprit de Corps. © 20Mar55 (in notice: 1954); LP7812.

    Fire Power. © 27Feb55 (in notice: 1954); LP7811.

    Introduction Story. © 21Nov54; LP7808.

    Veils of Death. © 20Feb55 (in notice: 1954); LP7810.

  CAPTAIN HAREBLOWER. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Merrie Melodies Cartoon. Bugs Bunny Special) Technicolor. ©
    Vitaphone Corp.; 27Feb54; MP5670.

  CAPTAIN HORATIO HORNBLOWER. Warner Bros. Pictures, 1951. 117 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. Based on the novel of the same title by Cecil
    Scott Forester. © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 5Oct51 (in notice:
    1950); LP1201.

  CAPTAIN IN COMMAND. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  CAPTAIN JACK. SEE Leave It to Beaver.

  CAPTAIN JOHN SMITH AND POCAHONTAS. Eclipse Films. Released by United
    Artists Corp. 76 min., sd., color, 35mm. Pathecolor. © Eclipse
    Films, Inc.; 20Nov53; LP3479.

  CAPTAIN JOHN SMITH, FOUNDER OF VIRGINIA. Encyclopaedia Britannica
    Films. 20 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    Inc.; 10May55 (in notice: 1954); MP6337.

  CAPTAIN KANGAROO. Science Pictures. 1 reel each, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.

    6. Circus Parade. © 11Oct55; LP7174.

    31. Seasons. © 15Nov55; LP7171.

    39. Too Many Cats. © 10Oct55; LP7173.

    44. Umbrellas. © 30Nov55; LP7175.

    48. Paper Plates. © 7Nov55; LP7172.

  CAPTAIN KIDD AND THE SLAVE GIRL. Reliance Pictures. Released by United
    Artists Corp. 85 min., sd., color, 35mm. Color by Color Corp. of
    America. © Superior Pictures, Inc.; 16Jun54; LP3803.

  CAPTAIN KIDD’S LAST CHANCE. SEE The Great Adventures of Captain Kidd,
    no. 15.

  CAPTAIN KIDNEY BEAN. SEE Tom Terrific.

  CAPTAIN LIGHTFOOT. Universal Pictures Co. 11 reels, sd., color, 35mm.
    A Universal International picture. CinemaScope. Technicolor. ©
    Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 13Jan55; LP4374.

  CAPT. MAL’S ART LESSONS. Armet XX. 390 min., b&w, 16mm. (Film Library,
    package A. Segments no. 1-65) © Malcom L. Eno & Armet XX, Inc.;
    12Mar59; MU6685.

  CAPTAIN PIRATE. Columbia Pictures Corp. 85 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Technicolor. Based on the novel Captain Blood Returns, by Rafael
    Sabatini. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Aug52; LP2704.

  CAPTAIN QUEST AND HIS JUNIOR EXPLORERS. National Video. 450 ft., 16mm.
    © National Video, Inc.; 23Dec53; LU3019.

  CAPTAIN SAM’S TESTIMONIAL DINNER. SEE The Brothers, no. 7.

  CAPTAIN SCARFACE. Lincoln Productions. Released by Astor Pictures
    Corp. 7 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. © Lincoln Productions, Inc.; 1Sep53;
    LP3133.

  CAPTAIN SCARLETT. Craftsman Productions. Released by United Artists
    Corp. 75 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. © Craftsman
    Productions, Inc.; 14Aug53 (in notice: 1952); LP3951.

  CAPTAIN VIDEO. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1952. 2 reels each, sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.

    1. Journey into Space. © 17Dec51; LP1562.

    2. Menace of Atoma. © 24Dec51; LP1563.

    3. Captain Video’s Peril. © 31Dec51; LP1564.

    4. Entombed in Ice. © 7Jan52 (in notice: 1951); LP1540.

    5. Flames of Atoma. © 14Jan52 (in notice: 1951); LP1541.

    6. Astray in the Stratosphere. © 21Jan52 (in notice: 1951); LP1548.

    7. Blasted by the Atomic Eye. © 28Jan52 (in notice: 1951); LP1549.

    8. Invisible Menace. © 4Feb52 (in notice: 1951); LP1550.

    9. Video Springs a Trap. © 11Feb52 (in notice: 1951); LP1551.

    10. Menace of the Mystery Metal. © 18Feb52 (in notice: 1951);
      LP1552.

    11. Weapon of Destruction. © 25Feb52 (in notice: 1951); LP1572.

    12. Robot Rocket. © 3Mar52 (in notice: 1951); LP1599.

    13. Mystery of Station X. © 3Mar52 (in notice: 1951); LP1573.

    14. Vengeance of Vultura. © 10Mar52 (in notice: 1951); LP1574.

    15. Video Vs. Vultura. © 17Mar52 (in notice: 1951); LP1575.

  CAPTAIN Z-RO. W. A. Palmer Films. Released by Atlas Television Corp.
    Approx. 27 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by Roy Steffens. ©
    Captain Z-ro Productions, Inc.

    Adventure in Space. © 11Mar55; LP11096.

    Attila, the Hun. © 14Jan55; LP11100.

    Aztec Papers. © 11Jun55; LP11104.

    Benedict Arnold. © 24Dec54; LP11093.

    Blackbeard, the Pirate. © 25Mar55; LP11111.

    Captain Cook and the Hawaiian Islands. © 18Jun55; LP11105.

    Christopher Columbus. © 25Jun55; LP11103.

    Daniel Boone. © 11Feb55; LP11101.

    Discovery of Gold. © 30Apr55; LP11098.

    Genghis Khan. © 7May55; LP11097.

    The Great Pyramid. © 16Jul55; LP11108.

    Hernando Cortez. © 18Feb55; LP11095.

    King Alfred. © 28Jan55; LP11113.

    King John. © 31Dec54 (in notice: 1955); LP11094.

    Leonardo Da Vinci. © 2Jul55; LP11109.

    Magellan. (Ferdinand Magellan). © 17Dec54; LP11092.

    Marco Polo. © 28May55; LP11106.

    Meteor. © 9Jul55; LP11110.

    Molly Pitcher. © 14May55; LP11116.

    Pony Express. © 21Jan55; LP11099.

    Robin Hood. © 23Apr55; LP11117.

    Roger, the Robot. © 4Mar55; LP11112.

    Rosetta Stone. © 4Feb55; LP11114.

    Washington and Howe. © 4Jun55; LP11107.

    William Tell. © 7Jan55; LP11102.

    William, the Conqueror. © 21May55; LP11115.

  THE CAPTAIN’S CHIMP. SEE The Adventures of Jim Bowie, no. 29.

  CAPTAIN’S CHOICE. SEE Navy Log.

  THE CAPTAIN’S GUESTS. SEE Alcoa Presents One Step Beyond.

  CAPTAINS OUTRAGEOUS. United Productions of America. Released by
    Columbia Pictures Corp., 1952. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (The
    Near-Sighted Mr. Magoo) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 29Dec52; LP2193.

  THE CAPTAIN’S PARADISE. London Film Productions. Released in the U.S.
    by United Artists Corp. 80 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © British Lion Film
    Corp., Ltd.; 18Dec53; LP3743.

  THE CAPTIVE CITY. Aspen Productions. Released by United Artists Corp.,
    1952. 91 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a story by Alvin M. Josephy,
    Jr. © Aspen Productions, Inc.; 11Apr52; LP1670.

  CAPTIVE GIRL. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 73 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based upon the King Features Syndicate cartoon strip, “Jungle Jim.”
    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 31Jul50; LP261.

  CAPTIVE OF BILLY THE KID. Republic, 1951. 54 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Republic Pictures Corp.; 14Dec51; LP1514.

  THE CAPTIVE WIFE. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 1 min., sd., Eastman color, 35mm. © Chevrolet Motor
    Division of General Motors Corp.; 12Jan59; MU6553.

  CAPTIVE WOMEN. RKO Radio Pictures, 1952. 65 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 11Nov52; LP2174.

  CAPTIVES OF THE ZERO HOUR. SEE Commando Cody, no. 12.

  THE CAPTURE. Showtime Properties, Inc. Released by RKO Radio Pictures,
    Inc., 1950. 91 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Showtime Properties, Inc.;
    21Apr50; LP93.

  THE CAPTURE. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 430.

  THE CAPTURE OF JOHN WILKES BOOTH. SEE You Are There.

  CAPTURE OF THE GOLDEN STALLION. SEE Mustang.

  CAPTURE OF THE HAWK. SEE The Adventures of Jim Bowie, no. 3.

  CAPTURE OF U-505. SEE Navy Log.

  CAPTURED. Protestants & Other Americans United. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Protestants & Other Americans United for Separation of
    Church & State a.k.a. P. O. A. U.; 1Sep59; LP14943.

  CAPTURED BY CAPTAIN KIDD. SEE The Great Adventures of Captain Kidd,
    no. 4.

  CAPTURED BY THE INDIANS. C. O. Baptista Films, 1950. 30 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © C. O. Baptista Films; 1May50; MP211.

  CAR DELIVERY AND OWNER FOLLOW-UP. Pontiac Motor Division of General
    Motors Corp., 1952. Produced by Soundfilm Studios and Norman Wright
    Productions. 11 min., sd., b&w. 16mm. (Destination: “Dotted Line.”
    no. 8) © Pontiac Motor Co. (in notice: Pontiac Motor Division);
    4Sep52; MP2933.

  CAR EPISODE. SEE Topper, no. T119.

  CAR FOR CHRISTMAS. SEE December Bride.

  A CAR IS BORN. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co.
    120 sec. Author of script: Ken Jones. Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald
    Co., employer for hire. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 16Nov59; MU6815.

  CAR TROUBLES ALL OVER. Delco Battery. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co. 80
    sec. (High Adventure Series) Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald Co.,
    employer for hire of E. W. Birnbryer, author of script. ©
    Campbell-Ewald Co.; 27Feb58; MU6457.

  CAR WITH IDEAS. Chevrolet Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 1
    min., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 31Jan55; MU5830.

  CARA. SEE Gunsmoke.

  CAR-AZY DRIVERS. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Popeye the Sailor Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 22Jul55;
    LP5315.

  CARBINE WILLIAMS. Loew’s, 1952. 92 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer picture. © Loew’s Incorporated; 14Apr52; LP1675.

  CARBON FOURTEEN. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. Produced in
    collaboration with the Division of the Physical Sciences which
    includes the Institute of Nuclear Studies, the University of
    Chicago. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    Inc.; 17Jun53 (in notice: 1952); MP4019.

  THE CARBON-OXYGEN REACTION IN SOLIDIFYING INGOTS—INGOT TYPES. United
    States Steel Corp. Made by Wilding Picture Productions. 7 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. (USS Quality Series, Metallurgical Process Control) ©
    United States Steel Corp.; 1Jul57; MP8466.

  THE CARBON-OXYGEN REACTION IN THE OPEN HEARTH BATH. United States
    Steel Corp. Made by Wilding Picture Productions. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. (USS Quality Series, Metallurgical Process Control) © United
    States Steel Corp.; 1Jul57; MP8465.

  THE CARBONARI. SEE The Count of Monte Cristo.

  CARCINOMA OF THE ESOPHAGUS. SEE Gastro-Intestinal Cancer.

  CARCINOMA OF THE ESOPHAGUS INVADING THE TRACHEA. SEE Gastro-intestinal
    Cancer.

  THE CARD. SEE The Promoter.

  CARD SHARP. RKO Pathe. 1951. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Screenliner
    Series, no. 11) © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 15Jun51; MP1702.

  CARDBOARD CASANOVA. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 113.

  THE CARDIAC PATIENT IN STRESS: WORK, SURGERY, PREGNANCY. Upjohn Co. 90
    min. © Upjohn Co.; 1Feb57; MU6260.

  THE CARDINAL TRADITION. Anheuser-Busch, Inc. Made by Premier Film &
    Recording Corp. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Anheuser-Busch, Inc.;
    13Jan58 (in notice: 1957); MP8728.

  CARDS. SEE The Sheriff of Cochise, no. 38.

  CARE AND MAINTENANCE OF BROWN-BUERGER CYSTOSCOPE. American Cystoscope
    Makers. 40 min., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © American Cystoscope
    Makers, Inc.; 16Feb55; MU5850.

  CARE AND MAINTENANCE OF FIRE HOSE. Fire-Fighting Films. 21 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © James Browne Gahan d.b.a. Fire-Fighting Films; 9Feb55;
    MP6038.

  CARE OF THE HAIR AND NAILS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 1951. 11
    min., sd., b&w. 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc.;
    19Feb51; MP1354.

  CARE OF WOUNDS. SEE First Aid Filmettes.

  CAREER. Hal B. Wallis and Joseph H. Hazen. Released by Paramount
    Pictures Corp. 105 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the play by James
    Lee. © Hal B. Wallis & Joseph H. Hazen; 8Oct59; LP14813.

  CAREER. SEE Star Stage.

  CAREER CALLING. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 27 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Chevrolet Motor Division of
    General Motors Corp.; 26Dec57; MU6433.

  A CAREER IN BACTERIOLOGY. Audio-Visual Center, Indiana University. 15
    min., sd., color, 16mm. Eastman color. © Indiana University;
    10Apr57; MP8565.

  CAREER: MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST. American Society of Medical
    Technologists and American Society of Clinical Pathologists. Made by
    Churchill-Wexler Film Productions. Released by National Committee
    for Careers in Medical Technology. 24 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Churchill-Wexler Productions d.b.a. Churchill-Wexler Film
    Productions; 6Sep54; MP5600.

  CAREERS IN AGRICULTURE. Coronet Instructional Films. 13 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire,
    Inc.; 18Apr58; MP9107.

  CAREERS IN THE BUILDING TRADES: BASIC SKILLS. Coronet Instructional
    Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a
    division of Esquire, Inc.; 18Oct56; MP7933.

  THE CARELESS CADET. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  THE CARELESS KILLER. Lindsley Parsons Productions, 1952. 3 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Lindsley Parsons Productions; 5Aug52; LP2285.

  THE CARELESS YEARS. Bryna Productions. Released by United Artists
    Corp. 70 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Michael Productions, Inc.; 23Sep57;
    LP9126.

  CARGAISON BLANCHE (WHITE CARGO) Nero Films, Paris, 1937. 11 reels,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. In French with English titles. © Distinguished Films
    & Hampshire Productions, Inc.; 21Jun50; LP168. Published in France,
    3Mar37.

  CARGO OF THE MIDNIGHT. SEE City Detective.

  CARGO TO CAPETOWN. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 80 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 14Mar50; LP2900.

  CARGO TO KOREA. National Federation of American Shipping, 1951. 14
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © National Federation of American Shipping,
    Inc.; 5Jul51; MP1402.

  CARGO UNKNOWN. SEE Border Patrol.

  CARIB GOLD. SEE Caribbean.

  CARIBBEAN. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1952. 97 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Based on Ellery H. Clark’s novel “Carib Gold.” © Paramount Pictures
    Corp.; 1Sep52; LP1921.

  CARIBBEAN HOLIDAY. Castle Films, 1950. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. (The
    World Parade) © United World Films, Inc.; 15Feb50; MP2373.

  CARIBBEAN PLAYGROUNDS. Vitaphone Corp. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Sports Parade) A Warner Bros. short subject. Warnercolor. ©
    Vitaphone Corp.; 19Feb55 (in notice: 1954); MP6877.

  THE CARIBOO TRAIL. Nat Holt Productions. Released by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp., 1950. 9 reels, sd., color, 35mm. © Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp.; 28Jun50; LP377.

  CARING FOR YOUR TOYS. Centron Corp. Released by Young America Films.
    13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: Margaret C. Travis. © Centron
    Corp., Inc.; 12Jul54; MP5602.

  CARIOCA CARNIVAL. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., color,
    35mm. CinemaScope. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 15Dec55;
    MP6751.

  CARL BRONSON. SEE The Millionaire.

  CARL NELSON STORY. SEE The Millionaire.

  CARL RAVAZZA TELESCRIPTIONS. Snader Telescriptions Corp., 1951. 18
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Snader Telescriptions Corp.; 1Apr51 (in
    notice: 1950); MP1276.

  CARLOS GARDEL SELECTED SONGS. SEE Selecciones de Carlos Gardel.

  CARLOS MOLINA AND HIS ORCHESTRA TELESCRIPTIONS. Snader Telescriptions
    Corp., 1951. 18 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Snader Telescriptions Corp.;
    26Jan51; MP1431.

  CARMELITA AND EL FEO. SEE Jerry Bartell’s Playtime, no. 9.

  CARMEN. SEE Gunsmoke.

  CARMEN JONES. Carlyle Productions. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp. 107 min., sd., color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Based on the
    Broadway musical play of the same title with music by Georges Bizet
    and book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein, 2d. © Carlyle Productions;
    29Oct54; LP4592.

  CARMEN WITHOUT ROSES. SEE The Conrad Nagel Theater.

  CARNATION CHARLIE. SEE Big Town, no. 24.

  CARNAVAL EN BRASIL. (Carnival in Brazil) Atlantida, Mexico. Released
    in the U. S. by Importadora. 77 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Appl. author:
    Pereda Films, S.A. © Importadora, Inc.; 15Jan55; LP11011.

  CARNIVAL. International Cellucotton Products Co. © 1950. 53 sec., b&w.
    © International Cellucotton Products Co.; title, descr., & 2 prints,
    3Jan50; MU4858.

  CARNIVAL. Robert Remsen Vickrey. 6 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Robert
    Remsen Vickrey; 29Dec54; MP5507.

  THE CARNIVAL. SEE Lassie.

  CARNIVAL AT THE ZOO. Castle Films, 1952. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    United World Films, Inc.; 15Jan52; MP2647.

  THE CARNIVAL COMES TO TOWN. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire,
    Inc.; 1May56; MP7224.

  THE CARNIVAL COMES WEST. SEE Gene Autry Series, no. 71.

  CARNIVAL CRISS-CROSS. SEE Tales of the Texas Rangers, no. 2.

  CARNIVAL GAL. Cinema Service Corp. [1953] b&w, 35mm. Appl. author:
    Joseph Seiden. © Cinema Service Corp.; 8May53; MU5553.

  CARNIVAL IN APRIL. Universal Pictures Co. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    12Nov53; LP3148.

  CARNIVAL IN BRAZIL. SEE Carnaval en Brasil.

  CARNIVAL IN RIO. Vitaphone Corp. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Sports
    Parade) A Warner Bros, short subject. Warnercolor. © Vitaphone
    Corp.; 15Mar55 (in notice: 1954); MP5872.

  CARNIVAL IN ZAGORA. SEE Captain Gallant of the Foreign Legion.

  THE CARNIVAL INCIDENT. SEE Those Whiting Girls, no. 5.

  CARNIVAL ROCK. Howco Productions. Released by Howco International. 75
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Howco Productions, Inc.; 14Aug57; LP8887.

  CARNIVAL STORY. King Bros. Productions. Released by RKO Radio
    Pictures. 95 min., sd., color, 35mm. AGFA color. Print by
    Technicolor. © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 16Apr54; LP3657.

  CARNIVOROUS PLANTS. Moody Institute of Science of the Moody Bible
    Institute. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Moody Institute of Science;
    18Feb55; MP6690.

  CARNOT CYCLE: KELVIN TEMPERATURE SCALE. McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by
    Audio Productions. 8 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (College Physics Series)
    Produced with the cooperation of the Visual Aids Committee of the
    American Association of Physics Teachers. © McGraw-Hill Book Co.,
    Inc.; 30Dec52 (in notice: 1951); MP3908.

  CAROL WESLEY. SEE The Millionaire.

  CAROLINA AND THE RED BRIDGE. Mario Lam Gambetti. 12 min. © Mario Lam
    Gambetti; 25Nov57; LU3141.

  CAROLINA CANNONBALL. Republic Pictures Corp. 8 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 14Jan55 (in notice: 1954); LP4577.

  CAROLINA COURT CHAMPS. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Grantland Rice Sportlight) © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    15Mar56; MP6969.

  CAROLINA QUAIL SHOOT. Borden Productions. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (Wonders of the Wild) © Borden Productions, Inc., Richard Borden;
    2Apr52 (in notice: 1951); MP6272.

  CAROUSEL. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 127 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    CinemaScope. From Rodgers and Hammerstein’s musical play, based on
    Ferenc Molnar’s Liliom, as adapted by Benjamin F. Glazer. ©
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 16Feb56; LP6235.

  CARP, CATS, AND A BOW HUNTER. SEE Adventure Out of Doors, no. 9.

  CARPATHIA. SEE Man Against Crime. Oct. 29, 1952.

  CARRIAGE ENTRANCE. SEE My Forbidden Past.

  CARRIAGE FROM BRITAIN. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  CARRIE. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1952. 118 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on the novel, “Sister Carrie,” by Theodore Dreiser. ©
    Paramount Pictures Corp.; 9Jun52 (in notice: 1951); LP1907.

  CARRIER AIR CONDITIONER. United Productions of America. © 1950. 1
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © United Productions of America; 18Oct50;
    MU5167.

  CARRIER WEATHERMAKER. United Productions of America. © 1950. 1 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © United Productions of America; 18Oct50; MU5166.

  CARROLL FORMULA. SEE Screen Directors Playhouse.

  CARRY ON. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 74
    ft., color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Chevrolet Motor Division, General
    Motors Corp.; 6Aug56; MU6160.

  A CAR’S BEST FRIEND. Delco Battery. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co. 60 sec.
    Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald Co., employer for hire of Ed W.
    Birnbryer, author of script. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 23Jan58; MU6437.

  CARSON CITY. Warner Bros. Pictures, 1952. 87 min., sd., color, 35mm. ©
    Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 15May52 (in notice: 1951); LP1710.

  CARTAS A UFEMIA. (Letters to Eufemia) Argel Films, Mexico. Released by
    Clasa-Mohme; in the U. S. by Importadora. 77 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Importadora, Inc.; 1Aug52; LP11123.

  CARTER VS. ARAUJO. SEE Famous Fights, no. 49.

  CARTOUCHE. Venturini-Nasht Productions. Released by RKO Radio
    Pictures. 73 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a treatment by Tullio
    Pinelli. © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 31Dec55; LP10423.

  LA CASA CHICA. (Love Nest) Filmex, Mexico. Released in the U. S. by
    Clasa-Mohme. 116 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on an original drama by
    Jose Revueltas. © Importadora, Inc.; 1Feb50; LP11537.

  LA CASA COLORADA. (The Red House) Films de America, Mexico. Released
    in the U. S. by Clasa-Mohme. 89 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. From a novel
    by Jose Moya Sarmiento. Appl. author: Producciones Jose Elvira, S.
    de R. L. © Importadora, Inc.; 15Aug47; LP11630.

  CASA DE PERDICION. Producciones Pereda, Mexico. Released in the U. S.
    by Importadora. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Importadora, Inc.;
    1Jul56; LP10842.

  CASA MANANA. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1951. 73 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Monogram Pictures Corp.; 10Jun51; LP1008.

  CASA SEVILLE. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1952. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Cavalcade of Broadway) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 24Apr52; MP2491.

  CASABIANCA. SEE Pirate Submarine.

  CASANOVA CAT. Loew’s, 1950. An MGM cartoon. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Tom and Jerry Cartoon) © Loew’s Inc.; 21Nov50; LP510.

  CASANOVA’S BIG NIGHT. Paramount Pictures Corp. 86 min., sd., color,
    35mm. Technicolor. © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 1Apr54 (in notice:
    1953); LP3983.

  THE CASCADE MOUNTAINS. Martin Moyer. 20 min., sd., Kodachrome, 16mm. ©
    Martin Moyer Productions (Martin Moyer); 2Jan58; MU6422.

  THE CASE AGAINST BROOKLYN. Morningside Productions. Released by
    Columbia Pictures Corp. 82 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on an article
    in True Magazine by Ed Reid. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 3Jun58;
    LP10874.

  CASE FILE: FBI. SEE Down Three Dark Streets.

  THE CASE FOR DOCTOR MUDD. SEE The Westinghouse-Desilu Playhouse, no.
    2.

  A CASE FOR MR. CARRINGTON. SEE The Whistler, no. 28.

  THE CASE FOR THE STATE. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  THE CASE OF.

    For other titles beginning with The Case of SEE this list under:

    City Detective.

    The Man Behind the Badge.

    On Trial.

    Perry Mason.

  CASE OF DR. CRIPPEN. SEE Lilli Palmer Presents the Quality Theatre.

  THE CASE OF DR. LAURENT. Cocinor Productions. Released by Trans-Lux
    Distributing Corp. 92 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A Cocinor-Cocinex
    series. From an original story by Jean Paul Le Chanois. © Cocinor
    Productions, accepted alternative designation of Cocinor Pictures,
    S.P.A.; 24Jun58; LP13813.

  CASE OF FLEMING LEWIS. Adrian Weiss Productions, 1951. 25 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. Based on the Craig Kennedy stories by Arthur B. Reeve. ©
    Adrian Weiss Productions; 27Nov51; LP1369.

  THE CASE OF MR. PELHAM. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  A CASE OF NECESSITY. Your Story Hour. 31 min., sd., color, 16mm. ©
    Your Story Hour; 26Oct57; MP8730.

  THE CASE OF THE BABBLING BROOK. SEE The Adventures of the Falcon.

  THE CASE OF THE BLIND PILOT. SEE Men of the Fighting Lady.

  THE CASE OF THE BROKEN STATUES. SEE Adventures of Superman. Mystery of
    the Broken Statues.

  THE CASE OF THE BROKEN WINDOW. SEE Capsule Mysteries.

  CASE OF THE CAPITAL CRIME. MCA TV. Approx. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    MCA TV, Ltd.; 12May55; LP7572.

  THE CASE OF THE CHINESE PUZZLE. SEE The Gale Storm Show.

  THE CASE OF THE COCKEYED CANARY. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1952. 7
    min., sd., color, 35mm. (Noveltoon Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures
    Corp.; 19Dec52; LP2177.

  THE CASE OF THE CUNNINGHAM HERITAGE. SEE Sherlock Holmes.

  THE CASE OF THE DEADLY WELCOME. SEE The Adventures of the Falcon.
    Deadly Welcome.

  THE CASE OF THE HAPPY DRAGON. SEE State Trooper.

  THE CASE OF THE HAPPY SUSPECT. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam
    Handy Organization. 1,204 ft., b&w, 35mm. © Chevrolet Division of
    General Motors Corp.; 25May55; MU5885.

  THE CASE OF THE KIDNAPPED POODLE. SEE Colonel March of Scotland Yard.

  THE CASE OF THE LONELY HUNTER. SEE The Adventures of the Falcon.

  THE CASE OF THE MISGUIDED MISSAL. SEE Colonel March of Scotland Yard.

  CASE OF THE MUSIC BOX THIEF. SEE The Gale Storm Show.

  THE CASE OF THE PASTRY CHEF. SEE Paris Precinct.

  CASE OF THE RED MONKEY. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 74 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Todon Productions, Inc.; 30Jun55; LP4987.

  THE CASE OF THE TALKATIVE DUMMY. SEE Adventures of Superman.

  THE CASE OF THE UNCERTAIN HAND. SEE TV Reader’s Digest.

  THE CASE OF THE WHISTLING BIRD. SEE Adventures of Superman. The
    Whistling Bird.

  CASE WINNER. Jam Handy Organization for the Falstaff Brewing Co. ©
    1950. 1 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.;
    21Nov50; MU5234.

  CASEY BATS AGAIN. Walt Disney Productions. Released by RKO Radio
    Pictures. 8 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. © Walt Disney
    Productions; 28Oct53; LP3779.

  CASEY JONES. SEE The Brave Engineer.

  CASEY RIDES AGAIN. SEE Circus Boy, 6.

  CASH IN ON THE CORVETTE. SEE Corvette-Fun on Wheels.

  CASH ON DELIVERY. MacDonald Pictures Corp. Released by RKO Radio
    Pictures. 79 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the play To Dorothy, a
    Son, by Roger MacDougall. © MacDonald Pictures Corp.; 8Feb54;
    LP6306.

  THE CASH OUT. SEE State Trooper.

  CASH ROBERTSON. SEE Buckskin.

  CASH STASHERS. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 9 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (Pete Smith Specialty) © Loew’s Incorporated; 27Aug53;
    LP2897.

  CASPER COMES TO CLOWN. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 8 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Casper Cartoon) A Famous Studios production. ©
    Paramount Pictures Corp.; 10Aug51; LP1128.

  CASPER GENIE. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Casper Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 28May54; LP4027.

  CASPER TAKES A BOW-WOW. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Casper Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 7Dec51;
    LP1361.

  CASPER’S BIRTHDAY PARTY. Paramount Pictures Corp. 6 min., sd.,
    Technicolor, 35mm. (Casper, the Friendly Ghost) © Paramount Pictures
    Corp.; 18Jun59; LP14269.

  CASPER’S SPREE UNDER THE SEA. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1950. 1 reel,
    sd., color, 35mm. (Casper Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    27Oct50; LP456.

  CASS COUNTY BOYS TELESCRIPTIONS. Snader Telescriptions Corp., 1951. 18
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Snader Telescriptions Corp.; 10Apr51;
    MP1382.

  THE CASSIE TANNER STORY. SEE Wagon Train.

  CASSINO TO KOREA. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1950. 58 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 25Sep50; MP540.

  THE CAST. SEE Gunsmoke.

  CAST A LONG SHADOW. Mirisch Co. Released by United Artists Corp. 82
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel by Wayne D. Overholser. ©
    Mirisch Co., Inc.; 13Jul59; LP14468.

  CAST THY BREAD. SEE Private Secretary, no. 22.

  CASTELLANI VS. BRATTON. SEE Famous Fights, no. 28.

  CASTELLANI VS. DURANDO. SEE Famous Fights, no. 4.

  CASTILLOS EN ESPANA. International Film Bureau. 10 min., sd., color,
    16mm. (Spanish Language Film, no. 1) Kodachrome. Appl. author:
    Wesley H. Greene. Appl. title: Spanish Film Reader Series: Castillos
    en Espana. © International Film Bureau, Inc.; 20Feb53 (in notice:
    1952); MP4121.

  CASTING THE RUNES. SEE Curse of the Demon.

  CASTLE DANGEROUS. SEE Telephone Time.

  CASTLE IN THE AIR. Associated British Picture Corp., London. Released
    by Associated British-Pathe. Released in the U. S. by Stratford
    Pictures Corp., 1952. 89 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the play of
    the same title by Alan Melville [pseud. of William Melville
    Caverhill] © Stratford Pictures Corp.; 14Oct52; LP2059.

  CASUALTY INSURANCE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 20 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.;
    18Oct54; MP5902.

  CAT CALLS. SEE Inner Sanctum, no. 12.

  CAT CARSON RIDES AGAIN. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1952. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Noveltoon Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 4Apr52;
    LP1654.

  CAT HAPPY. SEE Little Roquefort in Cat Happy.

  CAT IN A HOT TIN FILE. SEE Private Secretary.

  CAT IN THE ACT. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Herman and Katnip Cartoon) Technicolor. © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    22Feb57; LP7710.

  A CAT NAMED DEBORAH. SEE City Detective.

  CAT NAPPING. Loew’s, 1951. An MGM cartoon. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Tom and Jerry Cartoon) © Loew’s Inc.; 9Oct51; LP1283.

  CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF. Avon Productions. Released by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 108 min., sd., Metrocolor, 35mm. Based on the
    play of the same title by Tennessee Williams. © Loew’s, Inc. & Avon
    Productions, Inc.; 12Aug58; LP11871.

  CAT OUT OF THE BAG. SEE Leave It to Beaver.

  CAT TAMALE. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Noveltoon Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 9Nov51; LP1291.

  THE CAT THAT CAME TO DINNER. SEE Lassie.

  CAT-A-TERIA: DIGGING TOMMY. Steve Miller. 1 reel. © Steve Miller;
    13Mar56; MU6035.

  CATCH AT STRAWS. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 157.

  CATCHING SEA CREATURES. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd.,
    color, 35mm. CinemaScope. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
    13Jan57 (in notice: 1956); MP8014.

  CAT-CHOO. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Noveltoon Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 12Oct51; LP1215.

  THE CATERED AFFAIR. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 93 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a play by Paddy Chayefsky. © Loew’s
    Incorporated; 1May56; LP6508.

  CATFISHIN’ IS FOR SATURDAYS. Georgia State Chamber of Commerce. Made
    by Fordel Films. 16 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. Script,
    Oeveste Granducci. © Fordel Films, Inc.; 29Jan54; MP4556.

  CATHERINE’S BIRTHDAY. SEE Pride of the Family.

  CATHERINE’S OLD FRIEND. SEE Pride of the Family.

  CATHODE FOLLOWER. International Business Machines Corp. 890 ft., b&w,
    16mm. © International Business Machines Corp.; 2Mar59; MU6659.

  CATS A-WEIGH. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Merrie
    Melodies) Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 26Nov54 (in notice: 1952);
    MP5406.

  THE CAT’S BAH. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Looney Tune Cartoon) Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 16May55 (in
    notice: 1953); MP5990.

  CAT’S MEOW. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Perspecta sound. Technicolor. © Loew’s
    Incorporated; 10Jan57 (in notice: 1956); LP7619.

  THE CAT’S REVENGE. SEE Little Roquefort in The Cat’s Revenge.

  A CAT’S TALE. SEE Mighty Mouse in A Cat’s Tale.

  CATSKILL HONEYMOON. Martin Cohen Enterprises, 1950. 93 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Martin Cohen Enterprises; 10Jan50 (in notice: 1949); LP2858.

  CATTLE AND THE CORN BELT: U. S. A.—THE MIDDLE WEST. United World
    Films, 1949. Produced by Louis de Rochemont Associates. 20 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. (The Earth and Its Peoples) © United World Films,
    Inc.; 1Mar49; MP2427.

  CATTLE BLOCKADE. Ranger Pictures, 1951. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Ranger Pictures, Inc.; 6Dec51; LP1410.

  CATTLE DRIVE. Universal International Pictures Co., 1951. 77 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 28Jun51; LP1014.

  CATTLE DRIVE—A DAY ON A WESTERN RANGE. Viking Pictures Corp. Released
    by Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., 1950. 1 reel, sd., color,
    16mm. © Viking Pictures Corp.; 6Feb50 (in notice: 1949); MP12.

  CATTLE EMBARGO. SEE 26 Men.

  CATTLE EMPIRE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 83 min., sd., Color by
    DeLuxe, 35mm. CinemaScope. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
    27Feb58 (in notice: 1957); LP10864.

  CATTLE KATE. SEE Stories of the Century.

  CATTLE QUEEN. United International. Released by Eagle Lion Classics,
    1950. 69 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Jack Schwarz Productions, Inc.;
    9Dec50; LP676.

  CATTLE QUEEN OF MONTANA. RKO Radio Pictures. 88 min., sd., color,
    35mm. Technicolor. © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 17Nov54; LP4412.

  CATTLE TOWN. Warner Bros. Pictures, 1952. 71 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 17Dec52; LP2172.

  CATTY CORNERED. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Looney Tune Cartoon) Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 1Nov54 (in
    notice: 1952); MP5245.

  CAUGHT ON THE BOUNCE. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1952. 16 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (All Star Comedy) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 9Oct52;
    LP1978.

  CAULIFLOWER. SEE Edith Green’s Cooking Tips: Cauliflower.

  CAULIFLOWER’S REDUCING PARLOR. SEE The Red Skelton Show.

  CAUSE FOR ALARM. Loew’s, 1951. An MGM picture. 74 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Loew’s Inc.; 23Jan51 (in notice: 1950); LP662.

  CAUTION, DANGER AHEAD. RKO-Pathe, 1952. 15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © RKO
    Pathe, Inc.; 15Oct52; MP3232.

  CAVALCADE OF AMERICA. E. I. du Pont de Nemours. Made by various
    companies. 27 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © E. I. du Pont de Nemours
    & Co., Inc.

    The Man from St. Paul. Made by Vibar Productions. Appl. author:
      Vibar Productions, Inc., employer for hire. © 29Jan57 (in notice:
      1956); LP8349.

    Who Is Byington? Made by Jack Denove Productions. © 22May56 (in
      notice: 1955); LP7807.

    Wild April. Made by Jack Denove Productions. Suggested by a story
      from the book Land of Promise, by Walter Havighurst. © 16Oct56;
      LP7806.

  CAVALCADE OF AMERICA. E. I. du Pont de Nemours. Made by various
    companies, employers for hire. 3 reels each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © E. I.
    du Pont de Nemours & Co.

    Barbed Wire Christmas. Made by Jack Denove. © 20Dec55; LP5901.

    Crisis in Paris. Made by Vibar Productions. © 29Nov55; MP6732.

    Disaster Patrol. Made by Jack Denove. © 18Oct55; LP5902.

    Postmark: Danger. Made by Vibar Productions. © 27Dec55; MP6977.

    Saturday Story. Screenplay by Joel Murcott and Merwin Gerard. ©
      9Nov54; MP7028.

    Star and Shield. Made by Vibar Productions. © 24Jan55; MP6978.

    Swamp Mutiny. Made by Vibar Productions. © 25Oct55; MP6733.

    The Texas Ranger. Made by Jack Denove. © 27Sep55; LP5903.

  CAVALCADE OF GIRLS. Vitaphone Corp., 1950. A Warner Bros. short
    subject. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Vitaphone Corp.; 10Aug50;
    MP417.

  CAVALCADE OF SONGS. SEE Disneyland, 17.

  CAVALRY SCOUT. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1951. 78 min., sd., color,
    35mm. © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 13May51; LP808.

  CAVALRY SURGEON. SEE Telephone Time.

  THE CAVE. SEE Lassie.

  CAVE-IN. SEE

    Blazing the Overland Trail, no. 12.

    26 Men.

  CAVE OF OUTLAWS. Universal International Pictures Co., 1951. 75 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 24Sep51; LP1171.

  THE CAVEMAN. SEE The People’s Choice, no. 3.

  CAVEMAN INKI. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1951. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Merrie Melodies Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 5Jan51 (in notice:
    1949); MP893.

  CEASE FIRE! Paramount Pictures Corp. 75 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    three-dimensional film. © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 1Jan54 (in
    notice: 1953); LP3959.

  CECIL OF KABUL. SEE The 77th Bengal Lancers, no. 15.

  CEDAR BREAKS NATIONAL MONUMENT. Chevrolet Motor Division, General
    Motors Corp. [1952] Produced by Jam Handy Organization. 3 min.,
    color, 35mm. © Chevrolet Division, General Motors Corp.; 22Apr52;
    MU5419.

  CELEBRITY. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 103.

  THE CELEBRITY NEXT DOOR. SEE The Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Show, no. 2.

  CELEBRITY PLAYHOUSE. Screen Gems. 30 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Screen Gems, Inc.

    1. I Never Believed in Miracles. © 27Sep55; LP13402.

    2. Day of the Trial. © 4Oct55; LP13403.

    3. Showdown at San Pablo. © 11Oct55; LP13404.

    4. Mink Does Something. © 18Oct55; LP13405.

    5. A Very Big Man. © 25Oct55; LP13406.

    6. House Between Flags. © 1Nov55; LP13407.

    7. For the Defense. © 8Nov55; LP13408.

    8. He Knew All About Women. © 15Nov55; LP13409.

    9. Empty Arms. © 22Nov55; LP13410.

    10. Silver Saddle. © 29Nov55; LP13411.

    11. Known but To God. © 6Dec55; LP13412.

    12. Diamonds in the Sky. © 13Dec55; LP13413.

    13. The Hoax. 20Dec55; LP13414.

    14. Red Horse Hamber. © 27Dec55; LP13415.

    15. My Name Is Sally Roberts. © 3Jan56; LP13420.

    16. Live Bait. © 27Dec55; LP13416.

    17. Secret of the Bells. © 27Dec55; LP13417.

    18. The Twelve Year Secret. © 27Dec55; LP13418.

    19. Bachelor Husband. © 27Dec55; LP13419.

    20. Tantrum - Size Twelve. © 7Feb56; LP13421.

    21. They Flee by Night. © 14Feb56; LP13422.

    22. The Foreigner. © 21Feb56; LP13423.

    23. More Than Kin. © 28Feb56; LP13424.

    24. East of Nowhere. © 6Mar56; LP13425.

    25. The Go-Between. © 13Mar56; LP13426.

    26. Shadow of a Thief. © 20Mar56; LP13427.

    27. Home is the Soldier. © 27Mar56; LP13428.

    28. Deborah. © 3Apr56; LP13429.

    29. Tomorrow We May Part. © 10Apr56; LP13430.

    30. A Letter from the Past. © 17Apr56; LP13431.

    31. No Escape. © 24Apr56; LP13432.

    32. The Fleeting Years. © 1May56; LP13433.

    33. Stagecoach To Paradise. © 8May56; LP13434.

    34. Incident in Rio. © 15May56; LP13435.

    35. I’ll Make the Arrest. © 22May56; LP13436.

    36. Girl on the Run. © 29May56; LP13437.

    37. Faith. © 5Jun56; LP13438.

    38. Dark Legacy. © 12Jun56; LP13439.

    39. Girl at Large. © 19Jun56; LP13440.

  CELESTIAL PEBBLES. Tableau Television. 26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Tableau Television, Ltd.; 10Oct52; LP5461.

  CELL DIVISION—THE BASIS OF GROWTH IN ALL LIVING THINGS. 11 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Attorney-General of the United States; 9Aug50; MP460.

  CELL 2455, DEATH ROW. Columbia Pictures Corp. 8 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on the book of the same title, by Caryl Chessman. © Columbia
    Pictures Corp.; 8Apr55; LP4566.

  CELLBOUND. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 6 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. Technicolor. © Loew’s Incorporated; 14Sep55; LP5313.

  CELLINI. SEE Renaissance on TV, no. 8.

  CELLINI CUP. SEE The Errol Flynn Theatre.

  CEMENT - EVERY ROOM. Kleenex-KIM-FCB 103279. Cellucotton Division.
    Made by Foote, Cone & Belding. 1 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Kimberly-Clark Corp.; 19Dec58; MU6609.

  THE CEMENT PILLOW. Lindsley Parsons Productions, 1952. 3 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. (Crime File Series, no. 7) © Lindsley Parsons
    Productions, Inc.; 11Mar52; LP1594.

  CENTENNIAL. Pennsylvania State University. 23 min., sd., color, 16mm.
    Kodachrome. © Pennsylvania State University; 22Feb55; MP5947.

  CENTENNIAL SPORTS. Vitaphone Corp., 1952. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Sports Parade) A Warner Bros. short subject. © The Vitaphone Corp.;
    19Jul52; MP2513.

  CENTENNIAL SPORTS. Vitaphone Corp., 1952. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Sports Parade) A Warner Bros. short subject. © The Vitaphone Corp.;
    8Sep52; MP2739.

  THE CENTER OF TOWN. Mercantile Trust Co. Made by Premier Film &
    Recording Corp. 33 min., color, 16mm. © Mercantile Trust Co.;
    2Dec55; MU5988.

  THE CENTER PLACE. Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day
    Saints. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 718 ft., color, 16mm.
    Kodachrome. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 27Aug56; MU6178.

  CENTER RING. Revue Productions in association with MCA TV. Approx. 27
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue Productions, Inc.; 23Jan55; LP6861.

  CENTRAL AMERICA: GEOGRAPHY OF THE AMERICAS. Coronet Instructional
    Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a
    division of Esquire, Inc.; 8Apr55; MP5973.

  CENTRALIZATION AND DECENTRALIZATION. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    1952. 17 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (American Democracy Series) ©
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 9Oct52; MP3239.

  A CERTAIN SMILE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 104 min., sd., Color
    by DeLuxe, 35mm. CinemaScope. From the novel of the same title by
    Francoise Sagan. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 31Jul58;
    LP12103.

  CERTAIN SOMEONE. Gillette Co., 1952. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Television commercial. © The Gillette Co.; 3Oct52; MP3165.

  CEYLON. Dudley Pictures Corp. Released by Republic Pictures Corp.,
    1953. 9 min., sd., color, 35mm. (This World of Ours) Trucolor. ©
    Dudley Pictures Corp.; 16Feb53; MP3570.

  CHA-CHA-CHA BOOM! Clover Productions. Released by Columbia Pictures
    Corp. 9 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Oct56;
    LP7344.

  CHAIN GANG. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 7 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Columbia Corp.; 19Sep50; LP339.

  CHAIN GANG. SEE 26 Men.

  CHAIN LIGHTNING. Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc., 1950. 94 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 6Feb50 (in notice: 1949);
    LP2926.

  CHAIN OF CIRCUMSTANCE. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 68 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Made with the cooperation of “True Story” magazine. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 27Aug51; LP1130.

  CHAIN OF EVIDENCE. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 63 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 13Nov56; LP7247.

  CHAIN REACTION. Chrysler Corp. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 23
    min., sd., Ektachrome, 16mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 2Feb59;
    LU3151.

  CHAIN STORE HOLDUPS. SEE Official Detective.

  THE CHAIN STORE ROBBERY CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  CHALKBOARD UTILIZATION. Walter A. Wittich. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Walter A. Wittich; 1Jun53; MP3885.

  THE CHALLENGE. Civil Rights Film Association, 1951. 3 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Civil Rights Film Association; 30Apr51; MP1400.

  THE CHALLENGE. Famous Cartoons. 7 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Famous
    Cartoons Co. (in notice: Famous Cartoons, Inc.); 1Feb58 (in notice:
    1957); LP13613.

  THE CHALLENGE. Republic Steel Corp. Made by Wilding. 19 min., sd.,
    Kodachrome, 16mm. © Republic Steel Corp.; 23Sep59; MP9746.

  CHALLENGE. Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue
    Productions, Inc.; 9Dec56; LP8360.

  THE CHALLENGE. SEE

    The Rifleman, no. 6253.

    Whirlybirds.

  CHALLENGE AT CARQUINEZ - Project 56.14. American Bridge Division. U.
    S. Steel Corp. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 22 min., sd.,
    Kodachrome, 16mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 15Apr59; MU6705.

  THE CHALLENGE OF CHUNDRA SINGH. SEE The 77th Bengal Lancers, no. 7.

  CHALLENGE OF FAITH. Cathedral Films. 30 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Living
    Christ Series, no. 5) With teacher’s study guide. Written by Arthur
    T. Horman. © Cathedral Films, Inc.; 1Dec55; MP6781.

  THE CHALLENGE OF FORMOSA. Hendon M. Harris, Jr. 40 min., color, 16mm.
    Kodachrome. © Hendon M. Harris, Jr.; 25Oct57; MU6396.

  CHALLENGE OF THE WEST. SEE Adventures of Champion.

  CHALLENGE ON THE LAKE. Socony Mobil Oil Co. Made by Marathon Newsreel.
    13 min., sd., color, 16mm. Ansco color. © Marathon Newsreel;
    30Apr56; MP7195.

  CHALLENGE THE WILDERNESS. Loew’s, 1951. An MGM picture. 10 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Loew’s Inc.; 29Oct51; MP1876.

  CHALLENGE TO CHANCE. SEE The Adventures of Kit Carson.

  CHAMBERLAIN AT MUNICH. SEE You Are There.

  THE CHAMELEON. International Film Bureau. Made by Boulton-Hawker
    Films. 8 min., sd., color, 16mm. (The Living Science Film Series,
    no. 9) Eastman color. Produced in collaboration with Films of
    Africa. Appl. author: Wesley H. Greene. © International Film Bureau,
    Inc.; 1Jul56; MP7538.

  CHAMOIS HUNT. RKO-Pathe. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) ©
    RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 17Feb55; MP5805.

  THE CHAMP. Jam Handy Organization for the Falstaff Brewing Co. © 1950.
    1 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 21Nov50;
    MU5232.

  CHAMP BUCKY BEAVER. Bristol-Myers Co. 1 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Bristol-Myers Co.; 5Jul56; MU6121.

  CHAMP BUTLER SINGS. Universal Pictures Co. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    29Nov54; MP5536.

  CHAMP FOR A DAY. Republic Pictures Corp. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on the story The Disappearance of Dolan, by William Fay. ©
    Republic Pictures Corp.; 27Jul53; LP2940.

  THE CHAMP TAKES THE ALCAN. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 70 ft., b&w, 35mm. © Chevrolet Motor Division of
    General Motors Corp.; 17Dec56; MU6250.

  CHAMPAGNE FOR CAESAR. Harry M. Popkin Production. Released by United
    Artists Corp., 1950. 99 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Cardinal Pictures,
    Inc., 7Apr50; LP87.

  CHAMPAGNE SAFARI. Jackson Leighter Associates and Defense Film Corp.
    60 min., sd., color, 35mm. © Jackson Leighter Associates, Inc.,
    Defense Film Corp.; 31Dec53; LP3699.

  CHAMPION. SEE Lassie.

  CHAMPION IRISH THOROUGHBREDS. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (Grantland Rice Sportlight) © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    24Sep55; MP6489.

  CHAMPION JUMPERS. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. (World of Sports
    Series) 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 28Dec50;
    MP1716.

  CHAMPION STUNT DRIVERS. Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    35mm. (World of Sports) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 24Oct57; LP9914.

  CHAMPIONS. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization.
    75 ft., sd., color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Chevrolet Motor Division
    of General Motors Corp.; 12Jun57; MU6338.

  CHAMPIONS OF TOMORROW. Vitaphone Corp., 1950. A Warner Bros. short
    subject. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Sports Parade Series) © The
    Vitaphone Corp.; 5Dec50; MP738.

  CHAMPS ON EVERY WEIGHT CLASS. Chevrolet Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 33 ft., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.;
    23Jul56; MU6149.

  THE CHAMPS STEP OUT. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 17 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (All Star Comedy) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 15Nov51; MP1919.

  CHANCE MEETING. Group Film Productions, London. Released in the U. S.
    by Pacemaker Pictures. 95 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Group Film
    Productions, Ltd.; 27Aug54; LP7067.

  CHANCE OF A LIFETIME. SEE Big Town, no. 63.

  A CHANCE TO LIVE. SEE March of Time, v. 15, no. 12.

  A CHANCE TO PLAY. Time Inc. for the General Electric Co., 1950. 2
    reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © The General Electric Co.; 24Apr50; MP506.

  CHANGE OF HEART. SEE Your All Star Theatre, no. 9.

  THE CHANGEABLE BLONDE CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  THE CHANGING AMERICAN MARKET. Fortune. Made by Transfilm. 16 min.,
    sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Time, Inc.; 9Mar54; MP4459.

  THE CHANGING COTTON LAND: U. S. A.—THE SOUTHEAST. United World Films,
    1949. Produced by Louis de Rochemont Associates. 20 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. (The Earth and Its People) © United World Films, Inc.; 1Mar49;
    MP2428.

  A CHANGING LIBERIA. Firestone Plantations Co. Made by Vogue Wright
    Studios. 30 min., sd., color, 16mm. Eastman color. © Firestone
    Plantations Co.; 31Dec56; MP7984.

  CHANGING NAMES. SEE The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, no. 160.

  THE CHANGING SCENE. American Assn. of Land Grant Colleges & State
    Universities. Made by Wilding Picture Productions. 13 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. Developed in cooperation with NPAC. © American Assn. of
    Land Grant Colleges & State Universities; 16Jul56; MP7894.

  CHANNEL SWIMMER. RKO-Pathe. 1951. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope)
    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 28Sep51; MP2670.

  A CHAPTER IN THE AMERICAN BRIDGE STORY. SEE The Cantilever Bridge.

  CHARACTERISTICS OF PLANTS AND ANIMALS. Audio-Visual Center, Indiana
    University. 10 min., sd., color, 16mm. (The Continuity of Life
    Series) Kodachrome. © Indiana University; 1May54; MP5233.

  THE CHARGE AT FEATHER RIVER. Warner Bros. Pictures. 96 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. A three-dimensional film: Natural Vision. Warnercolor.
    © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 4Aug53; LP2780.

  CHARGE OF THE LANCERS. Columbia Pictures Corp. 8 reels, sd., color,
    35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Dec53; LP3103.

  CHARITY. SEE The Gray Ghost, no. 14.

  CHARITY AFFAIR. SEE Richard Diamond, Private Detective, no. 6821.

  THE CHARITY DRIVE. SEE It’s a Great Life.

  THE CHARLATAN. Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Revue Productions, Inc.; 11Nov56; LP7941.

  THE CHARLENE BLEAK MURDER CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  THE CHARLES AVERY STORY. SEE Wagon Train.

  A CHARLES DICKENS CHRISTMAS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 22 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. With film guide. Adapted from The Pickwick Papers,
    by Charles Dickens. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 17Jul56;
    MP7791.

  CHARLES FREDERICKS TELESCRIPTIONS. Snader Telescriptions Corp., 1951.
    19 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Snader Telescriptions Corp.; 25Mar51;
    MP1391.

  CHARLES H. SIMPSON. SEE The Millionaire.

  CHARLES HALSTEAD. SEE Wanted.

  CHARLES LOHMAR STORY. SEE The Millionaire.

  THE CHARLES MAURY STORY. SEE Wagon Train.

  CHARLES VS. NORKUS. SEE Famous Fights, no. 36.

  CHARLES VS. OMA. SEE Famous Fights, no. 18.

  THE CHARLES WYATT STORY. SEE The Millionaire.

  THE CHARLEY CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  CHARLEY’S BIRTHDAY SEE The Dennis Day Show, no. 103.

  CHARLEY’S FAN CLUB. SEE The Dennis Day Show, no. 105.

  CHARLEY’S SISTER BEDELIA, PARTS 1-2. SEE The Dennis Day Show, no.
    106-107.

  CHARLEY’S SONG EVERYTHING’S TIDY IN MT. IDY. SEE The Dennis Day Show,
    no. 120.

  CHARLIE BARNET AND HIS ORCHESTRA TELESCRIPTIONS. Snader Telescriptions
    Corp., 1951. 18 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Snader Telescriptions Corp.;
    26Jan51 (in notice: 1950); MP1433.

  CHARLIE ‘C’ COMPANY. SEE All Star Theatre.

  THE CHARLIE CLEVELAND CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  THE CHARLIE FARRELL SHOW. Hal Roach Studios. 30 min. each, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Hal Roach Studios.

    Cactus Casanova. © 10Sep56; LP9027.

    Confidential Mission. © 6Aug56; LP9022.

    Desert Rat. © 30Jul56; LP9021.

    Fashion Show. © 3Sep56; LP9019.

    Fatal Charm. © 16Jul56; LP9026.

    French Love. © 13Aug56; LP9023.

    Hamburger Heaven. © 17Sep56; LP9385.

    Love and Marriage. © 27Aug56; LP9028.

    Private War. © 9Jul56; LP9024.

    Secret Love. © 23Jul56; LP9020.

    Secrets. © 2Jul56; LP9025.

    Soft Touch. © 24Sep56; LP9384.

  CHARLIE MCCARTHY AND MORTIMER SNERD IN SWEDEN. Vitaphone Corp., 1950.
    A Warner Bros. short subject. 20 min., sd., color, 35mm. © The
    Vitaphone Corp.; 1Nov50; MP607.

  CHARLIE WEBER. SEE The Millionaire.

  CHARLOTTE CORDAY. General Television Enterprises, Inc., 1950. 2 reels,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © General Television Enterprises, Inc.; 15Apr50 (in
    notice: 1949); LP52.

  THE CHARM. SEE Lassie.

  CHARMID HOUSE, AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF JAMES McCURDY. James McCurdy [1952]
    1 reel. © James McCurdy; 8Sep52; MU5477.

  CHARRO A LA FUERZA. (A Boy by Force) Producciones Jose Elvira, Mexico.
    Released in the U. S. by Clasa-Mohme. 101 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Importadora. Inc.; 15Jun48; LP11595.

  THE CHASE. Range Rider Productions, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Range Rider Productions; 21May53; LP2614.

  CHASE A CROOKED SHADOW. Associated Dragon Films. Released by Warner
    Bros. Pictures. 87 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Associated Dragon Films;
    8Mar58 (in notice: 1957); LP14506.

  CHASING THE SUN. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co.
    150 sec. Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald Co., employer for hire of
    Robert J. Murphy, author of script. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 23Mar59;
    MU6704.

  CHASSIS. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 8
    min., sd., Eastman color, 35mm. © Chevrolet Motor Division of
    General Motors Corp.; 23Dec57; MU6428.

  CHAUCER’S ENGLAND. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 30 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 3Feb58 (in
    notice: 1957); MP8928.

  CHEAP LABOR. SEE Gunsmoke.

  CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1950. 85 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. Based on the novel of the same title by Frank B.
    Gilbreth, Jr., and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey. © Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp.; 22Mar50; LP71.

  THE CHEAT. SEE Meet McGraw.

  CHEATING. Centron Corp. Released by Young America Films, 1952. 12
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Discussion Problems in Group Living) ©
    Centron Corp., Inc.; 30Jan52; MP2499.

  THE CHECKERED FLAG. SEE Telephone Time.

  THE CHECKING ACCOUNT. SEE Meet Mr. McNutley.

  CHECKING YOUR FIRST DRIVE. Aetna Casualty and Surety Co. 4 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. (Drivotrainer Film, no. 4) Produced in cooperation with
    the Board of Education of the City of New York. Author, Paul B.
    Cullen. © The Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 24Feb53; MP3964.

  CHECKING YOUR SECOND DRIVE. Aetna Casualty and Surety Co. 4 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. (Drivotrainer Film, no. 6) Produced in cooperation with
    the Board of Education of the City of New York. Author, Paul B.
    Cullen. © The Aetna Casualty and Surety Co.; 24Feb53; MP3976.

  CHECKMATE. Ace Pictures, Inc., 1950. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    General Television Enterprises, Inc.; 15Apr50 (in notice: 1949);
    LP58.

  CHECK-MATE. Princess Pictures, New York, in association with
    Iris-Film, Zürich, 1953. 7 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. © Princess
    Pictures, Inc.; 28May53; LP2683.

  CHECKMATE. SEE

    Judge Roy Bean.

    Oh Susanna.

    Zane Grey Theatre, no. 6554.

  CHEESE AND CHEESE MAKING. Charles C. Kruse Teaching Films, 1950. 10
    min., sd., color, 16mm. © Charles C. Kruse Teaching Films; 22May50;
    MP472.

  CHEESE CHASERS. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1951. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Merrie Melodies Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 11Aug51 (in notice:
    1950); MP1592.

  CHEESE IT, THE CAT. Warner Bros. Pictures. 7 min., sd., Technicolor,
    35mm. (Merrie Melodies Cartoon; Honey-Mousers) © Vitaphone Corp.;
    4May57; MP8876.

  CHEF’S CUISINE. Tri-Cine Film Productions [1952] 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Joseph W. Brown, James R. Pridemore, Doris Hodges; 26May52;
    MU5458.

  CHEMISTRY AND A CHANGING WORLD. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 9
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Second ed. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    Inc.; 17Jul53; MP4009.

  CHEMISTRY IN COLLEGE. Indiana University, Audio-Visual Center. 15
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Indiana University; 29Mar56; MP7674.

  CHEMO-THERAPY RESEARCH EPISODE. SEE Conquest.

  THE CHENEY VASE. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  CHENG WU AND THE DRAGON KING. SEE Jerry Bartell’s Playtime, no. 13.

  CHERISHED MELODIES. (Songs of America) Attwood Productions, Inc.
    Released by United Artists, 1949. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Attwood
    Productions, Inc.; 30Dec49; LP2815.

  CHEROKEE BILL. SEE Stories of the Century.

  CHEROKEE ERNIE. SEE The Phil Silvers Show.

  THE CHEROKEE ROSE CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  CHEROKEE ROUND-UP. Range Rider Productions, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Range Rider Productions; 2Feb53; LP2250.

  CHEROKEE UPRISING. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1950. 6 reels, sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 8Oct50; LP455.

  THE CHESS GAME. SEE General Electric Theatre.

  THE CHESS PLAYER. SEE

    Richard Diamond, Private Detective, no. 9626.

    Topper, no. T205.

  CHESTER’S HANGING. SEE Gunsmoke.

  CHESTER’S MAIL ORDER BRIDE. SEE Gunsmoke.

  CHESTER’S MURDER. SEE Gunsmoke.

  LE CHEVALIER AU MASQUE. SEE The Purple Mask.

  CHEVROLET ADVERTISING BLANKETS THE NATION AGAIN IN 1957! Chevrolet
    Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 11 min., sd., color with
    b&w sequences, 35mm. Eastman color. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.;
    16Apr57; MU6313.

  CHEVROLET ADVERTISING RINGS THE BELL. Chevrolet Motor Division,
    General Motors Corp. [1952] Produced by Jam Handy Organization. 2
    reels, color, 16mm. © Chevrolet Division, General Motors Corp.;
    28Apr52; MU5446.

  CHEVROLET & PILLSBURY FLOUR. Chevrolet Motor Division & Pillsbury
    Mills. Made by Jan Handy Organization. 20 sec., b&w, 35mm. © Jam
    Handy Organization, Inc.; 31Jan55; MU5833.

  CHEVROLET DEALER. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co.
    80 sec. Appl. author: Robert S. McTyre. © Campbell-Ewald Co.;
    8Oct56; MU6189.

  CHEVROLET FOR 1951. Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp.
    [1952] Produced by Jam Handy Organization. 75 ft., color, 35mm. ©
    Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 25Apr52; MU5439.

  CHEVROLET HEAVY DUTY TRUCKS. Chevrolet Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 93 ft., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.;
    23Jul56; MU6148.

  CHEVROLET HEAVY DUTY TRUCKS. Chevrolet Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 95 ft., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.;
    23Jul56; MU6146.

  CHEVROLET HEAVY DUTY TRUCKS. Chevrolet Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 124 ft., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.;
    23Jul56; MU6145.

  CHEVROLET HEAVY DUTY TRUCKS. Chevrolet Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 125 ft., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.;
    23Jul56; MU6147.

  CHEVROLET LET’S THE PEOPLE KNOW. Chevrolet Motor Division, General
    Motors Corp. [1952] Produced by Jam Handy Organization. 2 reels,
    b&w, 35mm. © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 28Apr52; MU5444.

  CHEVROLET 1956 PRODUCT PRESENTATION. Chevrolet Division. Made by Jam
    Handy Organization. 616 ft., color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Chevrolet
    Division of General Motors Corp.; 18Jan56; MU6017.

  CHEVY MAIL. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co. 120
    sec. Author of script; Ken Jones. Appl. author; Campbell-Ewald Co.,
    employer for hire. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 17Jul59; MU6780.

  CHEVY RIDES BETTER BECAUSE. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by
    Campbell-Ewald Co. 150 sec. Author of script; F. Lounsberry. Appl.
    author; Campbell-Ewald Co., employer for hire. © Campbell-Ewald Co.;
    17Jul59; MU6778.

  CHEVY WAGON RIDE II. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Campbell-Ewald
    Co. 80 sec. Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald Co., employer for hire of
    Ken Jones, author of script. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 17Mar58. MU6461.

  CHEVY YOUTH, BEAUTY, ACTION. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by
    Campbell-Ewald Co. 80 sec. Appl. author: W. Robert Woodburn. ©
    Campbell-Ewald Co.; 2Jul56; MU6119.

  CHEW CHEW BABY. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., Technicolor,
    35mm. (Noveltoon Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 13Aug58;
    LP12022.

  CHEYENNE COWBOY. Castle Films, 1950. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. © United
    World Films, Inc.; 15Aug50 (in notice: MCMXLX); LP2321.

  CHEYENNE DAYS. Vitaphone Corp., 1953. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Sports Parade) Technicolor. A Warner Bros. short subject. © The
    Vitaphone Corp.; 2May53; MP3477.

  CHEYENNE DAYS. Vitaphone Corp. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Sports
    Parade) A Warner Bros. short subject. Technicolor. © Vitaphone
    Corp.; 11Nov53; MP5332.

  CHEYENNE EXPRESS. SEE The Restless Gun.

  CHEZ ROUGE. SEE The Westinghouse-Desilu Playhouse, no. 13.

  CHICAGO BLUEBEARD. SEE M-Squad.

  CHICAGO CALLING. Arrowhead Pictures Corp. Released by United Artists,
    1952. 74 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Arrowhead Pictures Corp.; 4Jan52
    (in notice: 1951); LP1538.

  CHICAGO CONFIDENTIAL. Peerless Productions. Released by United Artists
    Corp. 74 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the book by Jack Lait & Lee
    Mortimer. © Peerless Productions, Inc.; 30Aug57; LP9012.

  CHICAGO DEADLINE. Paramount Pictures Inc., 1949. 87 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on a story by Tiffany Thayer. © Paramount Pictures Inc.;
    21Nov49; LP2766.

  CHICAGO EXCLUSIVE. SEE Wire Service.

  THE CHICAGO FIRE. SEE You Are There.

  CHICAGO SYNDICATE. Clover Productions. Released by Columbia Pictures
    Corp. 9 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 8Apr55;
    LP4594.

  CHICAGO 2-1-2. SEE Du Pont Theater.

  CHICAGO VOTES MODERN. Vogue-Wright Studios, Inc., for the Board of
    Election Commission of the City of Chicago. © 1950. 1,114 ft., b&w.
    © Board of Election Commission of City of Chicago; title, descr., &
    3 prints, 6Apr50; MU5135.

  THE CHICK MADISON CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  THE CHICKEN FARM. SEE Pride of the Family.

  CHICKEN IN THE ROUGH. Walt Disney Productions, 1950. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Chip’n’Dale Cartoon) © Walt Disney Productions;
    23Mar50; LP606.

  CHICKEN SALAD. SEE December Bride, no. 3.

  THE CHICKEN, THE FEED, AND YOU. Paul Hance Productions, Inc., for
    Kasco Mills, Inc., 1950. 23 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Paul Hance
    Productions, Inc.; 3Jan50; MP102.

  CHICO AND THE ARCHBISHOP. SEE Telephone Time.

  CHIEF CHARLIE HORSE. Universal Pictures Co. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker Cartune) A Universal International
    picture. Technicolor. © Universal International; 22Mar56; LP6337.

  THE CHIEF CLERK’S OFFICE. Federal Bureau of Investigation. Made by
    Norwood Studios. 2 reels, b&w, 16mm. © Philip Martin, Jr., t.a.
    Norwood Studios; 10Dec56; MU6228.

  CHIEF CRAZY HORSE. Universal Pictures Co. 10 reels, sd., color, 35mm.
    A Universal International picture. CinemaScope. Technicolor. ©
    Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 10Jan55; LP4371.

  CHIEF CRAZY HORSE. SEE Stories of the Century.

  LE CHIEN CHAUD ET LE MOUTON NOIR. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 91.

  THE CHILD. SEE

    Lassie.

    My Favorite Husband, no. 11.

    The Restless Gun.

  CHILD CARE. SEE Leave It to Beaver.

  CHILD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT. Crawley Films for McGraw-Hill Book Co.,
    1950. 17 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Child Development Series, no. 3) ©
    McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 15Nov50; MP1300.

  CHILD DEVELOPMENT. SEE

    Child Care and Development.

    Children’s Emotions.

    Children’s Fantasies.

    Children’s Play.

    Heredity and Pre-Natal Development.

    Principles of Development.

    Sibling Relations and Personality.

    Sibling Rivalries and Parents.

    Social Development.

  CHILD LABOR. SEE Private Secretary, no. 15.

  CHILD MOLESTERS. SEE Confidential File.

  CHILD OF NATURE. SEE December Bride.

  CHILD PIONEER. SEE TV Reader’s Digest.

  CHILD SAFETY. SEE Sergeant Bruce Reporting, no. 6.

  CHILD SOCKOLOGY. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1953. 6 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Popeye the Sailor Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    27Mar53; MP2454.

  CHILD STUDY CENTER. SEE The Search: Yale University Child Study
    Center, New Haven, Conn.

  CHILDBIRTH. Cited Films, Inc., 1949. 16 min., sd., color, 16mm. ©
    Cited Films, Inc.; 23Nov49; MP135.

  CHILDHOOD DAYS. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1951. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Hit Parade of Gay Nineties Series) © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.;
    30Mar51 (in notice: 1943); MP1033.

  CHILDHOOD OF JESUS. Family Films. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (The Living
    Bible) Appl. authors: Sidney Christie (pseud., Nelson Leigh); Edward
    Dew. © Church Films, Inc., a.k.a. Church Films; 1Jul52; LP3592.

  CHILDREN AROUND THE WORLD. Jam Handy Organization for the Superior
    Council and National American Branch of Pontifical Association for
    Holy Childhood. © 1950. 29 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Jam Handy
    Organization, Inc.; 21Nov50; MU5231.

  CHILDREN IN AUTUMN. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 23Jul58;
    MP9344.

  CHILDREN IN SPRING. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 19Dec57;
    MP8925.

  CHILDREN IN SUMMER. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 19Dec57;
    MP8927.

  CHILDREN IN WINTER. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 15Jan58 (in
    notice: 1957); MP8930.

  CHILDREN OF DIVORCE. SEE Confidential File.

  CHILDREN OF GERMANY: IN THE RHINELAND. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films.
    13 min., sd., color, 16mm. (Children of Many Lands) Kodachrome. With
    film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 25Mar55; MP5863.

  CHILDREN OF SCOTLAND. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 15 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 3Sep58; MP9346.

  CHILDREN OF THE ALPS. Condor-Film, Zürich. Released in the U. S. by
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1950. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Condor-Film Ltd.; 13Oct50; MP883.

  CHILDREN OF THE SUN. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd.,
    color, 35mm. CinemaScope. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
    5Aug55; MP6465.

  CHILDREN WITH NEPHROSIS. Medical Advisory Board, National Nephrosis
    Foundation. Sponsored by Chas. Pfizer and Co. Made by Campus Film
    Productions. 13 min., sd., color, 16mm. Appl. author: Chas. Pfizer
    and Co., Inc., employer for hire. © Chas. Pfizer and Co., Inc.;
    3Nov54; MU5815.

  CHILDREN’S EMOTIONS. Crawley Films for McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1950. 22
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Child Development Series, no. 4) ©
    McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 15Nov50; MP1301.

  CHILDREN’S FANTASIES. McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by Crawley Films. 21
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Child Development Series, set 2) Correlated
    with the book Child Development, by Elizabeth B. Hurlock. © McGraw
    Hill Book Co., Inc.; 16Apr56; MP7076.

  CHILDREN’S PLAY. McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by Crawley Films, Ottawa.
    27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Child Development Series, set 2)
    Correlated with Child Development, by Elizabeth B. Hurlock. ©
    McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 4May56; MP7153.

  THE CHILDREN’S VOCABULARY OF A NEW SIGN LANGUAGE. Wellcome Foundation.
    20 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: Wellcome Film Unit. © Dennis
    Butler Fry; 1Jun52; MP3703.

  CHILD’S PLAY. SEE Panic, no. 56-13.

  CHILE. Dudley Pictures Corp. Released by Republic Pictures Corp.,
    1952. 9 min., sd., color, 35mm. (This World of Ours) © Dudley
    Pictures Corp.; 21Feb52; MP2485.

  A CHILLY RECEPTION. Universal International. 1 reel, sd. Technicolor,
    35mm. (Walter Lantz Chilly Willy Cartune) © Universal International;
    1Aug58; LP12517.

  CHILLY WILLY IN THE LEGEND OF ROCKABYE POINT. Universal Pictures Co. 6
    min., sd., color, 35mm. (Walter Lantz Cartune) A Universal
    International picture. Technicolor. © Universal International;
    11Mar55; MP5701.

  THE CHILTERN HUNDREDS. SEE The Amazing Mr. Beecham.

  CHIMP. SEE Lassie.

  CHIMP-ANTICS. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1952. 11 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Animal Cavalcade) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 30Oct52; MP3008.

  CHIMP ON THE FARM. Castle Films. 1949. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. (The
    Adventure Parade) © United World Films, Inc.; 15Oct49; MP2643.

  CHIMP SHOW. SEE December Bride.

  CHIMP THE AVIATOR. Castle Films, 1946. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. (The
    Adventure Parade) © Castle Films, Inc.; 15Jan46 (in notice: 1945);
    MP2846.

  CHIMP THE COWBOY. Castle Films, 1948. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. (The
    Adventure Parade) © United World Films, Inc.; 15Jan48; MP2642.

  CHIMP THE FIREMAN. Castle Films, 1948. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. (The
    Adventure Parade) © United World Films, Inc.; 15Jan48; MP2641.

  CHIMP THE SAILOR. Castle Films, 1950. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (Adventure Parade) © United World Films, Inc.; 15Sep50; MP2650.

  CHIMPANZEE. SEE Oh Susanna.

  CHIMP’S JAMBOREE. Castle Films, 1945. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. (The
    Adventure Parade) © Castle Films, Inc.; 15Jun45; MP2844.

  CHINA BOY. SEE Buckskin.

  CHINA CORSAIR. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 67 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Jun51; LP963.

  CHINA DOLL. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Cavalcade of Broadway Series) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 28Dec50;
    MP872.

  CHINA DOLL. Romina. Released by United Artists Corp. 88 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. From the story Time Is a Memory, by Kitty Buhler. Based
    on a story by James Benson Nablo and Thomas F. Kelly. © Batjac
    Enterprises, Inc.; 27Jul58; LP12609.

  CHINA DOLL. SEE The Californians, no. 17A.

  CHINA GATE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 97 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    CinemaScope. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 8May57; LP8418.

  CHINA RESCUE. SEE Flight, no. 1200-7.

  CHINA: THE LAND AND THE PEOPLE. Coronet Instructional Films. 15 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of
    Esquire, Inc.; 15Sep55; MP6478.

  CHINA VENTURE. Columbia Pictures Corp. 83 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 15Sep53; LP2900.

  CHINATOWN AT MIDNIGHT. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 67 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 18Jan50; LP2761.

  THE CHINATOWN CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  CHINATOWN CHUMP. RKO Radio Pictures, 1950. 16 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Leon Errol Series, no. 3) © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 31Dec50;
    LP682.

  CHINESE CHECKERS. SEE Crossroads.

  THE CHINESE COWBOY. SEE Trackdown, no. 8265.

  THE CHINESE DINNER. SEE December Bride, no. 4.

  THE CHINESE DOLLS. SEE Man Against Crime, Apr. 11, 1954.

  THE CHINESE HANGMAN. SEE Peter Gunn.

  CHINESE HONEYMOON. SEE Richard Diamond, Private Detective, no. 8612.

  CHINESE LUCK. SEE The Ray Milland Show.

  THE CHINESE REDS ATTACK IN KOREA. SEE Crusade in the Pacific, no. 25.

  THE CHINESE STICK. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue
    Productions, Inc.; 31Dec53; LP3328.

  THE CHINESE STORY. SEE Big Town, no. 4.

  THE CHINESE TEAPOT CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  CHIP OFF THE OLD BLOCK. SEE American Wit and Humor, no. 8.

  CHIPMUNKS AND SIX-PACK. H-307R-SC. Theo. Hamm Brewing Co. Made by
    Champbell-Mithun. 1 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Theo. Hamm Brewing Co.;
    14Apr57; MP8358.

  CHIPS AHOY. Walt Disney Productions. Released by RKO Radio Pictures. 1
    reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Donald Duck Cartoon) Technicolor. © Walt
    Disney Productions; 8Dec55; LP6832.

  THE CHIVAREE. Pacific Coast Borax Co., 1953. Produced by Flying A
    Pictures. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. (Death Valley Days Series) Appl.
    author: McCann Erickson, Inc. © Borax Consolidated, Ltd. (Pacific
    Coast Borax Co.); 7Jan53 (in notice: 1952); LP2294.

  CHLORINE: A REPRESENTATIVE HALOGEN. Manufacturing Chemists’ Assn. Made
    by John Sutherland Productions. 17 min., sd., color, 16mm. ©
    Manufacturing Chemists’ Assn., Inc.; 6Jun58; MP9111.

  THE CHLOROFORM MURDER CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  THE CHOCOLATE TREE. Nestle Co. Made by United States Productions. 28
    min., sd., color, 16mm. © Nestle Co., Inc.; 15Jan58 (in notice:
    1957); MP8779.

  THE CHOICE. Broadman Films. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author:
    Earl Waldrup. © Broadman Films; 1Jul56; MP8170.

  THE CHOICE. SEE ALSO Fury.

  CHOIR PRACTICE. SEE Men Are Children Twice.

  CHOLERA. SEE Gunsmoke.

  CHOOSE YE THIS DAY. Family Films. Released by Broadman Films. 14 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: Earl Waldrup. © Broadman Films;
    1Jul55; MP6744.

  CHOOSING A DOCTOR. McGraw-Hill Book Co. 17 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 7Apr59; MP9509.

  CHOOSING CANINES. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Grantland Rice Sportlight) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 13Nov53;
    MP5086.

  CHOOSING CLOTHES FOR HEALTH. Coronet, 1952. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    David A. Smart; 9May52; MP2368.

  CHOOSING FOR HAPPINESS. McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., 1950. 14 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. Correlated with Bowman’s book “Marriage for
    Moderns.” © McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 27Mar50; MP132.

  CHOOSING MISS COFFEE BREAK. SEE The Bob Cummings Show, no. 19.

  CHOOSING YOUR LIFE’S WORK. Broadman Films. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Appl. author: Earl Waldrup. © Broadman Films; 1Jul55; MP6212.

  CHOOSING YOUR MARRIAGE PARTNER. Coronet, 1952. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © David A. Smart; 30Jun52; MP2675.

  CHOTU AND HIS JUNGLE ELEPHANT. Edward Levonian. Released by Bailey
    Films. 1 reel, sd., color, 16mm. © Edward Levonian; 1Mar56; MP7479.

  CHOW HOUND. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1951. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Looney Tunes Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 15Jul51 (in notice:
    1950); MP1520.

  THE CHOWDER CUP. SEE Mr. Adams and Eve.

  CHRIS DANIELS. SEE The Millionaire.

  CHRIS HALL. SEE The Millionaire.

  CHRIST IN BRONZE. SEE Seido No Kirisuto.

  CHRIST IN CONCRETE. SEE Salt to the Devil.

  CHRISTIAN CITIZENSHIP. Broadman Films. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl.
    author: Earl Waldrup. © Broadman Films; 1Jul56; MP8169.

  CHRISTMAS. Robert Hall Clothes. Made by Transfilm. 1-1/2 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Robert Hall Clothes, Inc.; 12Apr54; MU5675.

  CHRISTMAS AND CLOWNS. SEE The Danny Thomas Show, no. 104.

  THE CHRISTMAS ANGEL. SEE The Eve Arden Show.

  A CHRISTMAS CAROL. CBS Television. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. (Shower of
    Stars) Based on the story of the same title by Charles Dickens. ©
    CBS Television; 23Dec54; LP5791.

  A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Renown Film Productions, London. Released in the U.
    S. by United Artists Corp., 1951. 86 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on
    the story of the same title by Charles Dickens. © Renown Film
    Productions, Ltd.; 30Nov51; LP1341.

  CHRISTMAS CAROL. SEE

    The Gray Ghost, no. 6.

    Topper, no. T114.

  CHRISTMAS CUSTOMS NEAR AND FAR. Coronet Instructional Films. 14 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of
    Esquire, Inc.; 26Sep55; MP6593.

  CHRISTMAS EVERY DAY. SEE Studio 57.

  A CHRISTMAS GIFT. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 5 min., sd., color,
    16mm. Kodachrome. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    Inc.; 9Dec53; MP4419.

  CHRISTMAS GUEST. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  CHRISTMAS IN BURMA. SEE Crusader.

  CHRISTMAS IN JAIL. SEE The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, no.
    221.

  CHRISTMAS IN JUNE. SEE Whirlybirds.

  CHRISTMAS IN THE SUN. Major Films. © 1950. 20 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Major Films; 23Oct50; LU2981.

  CHRISTMAS ON GRANDFATHER’S FARM, 1890’S. Coronet Instructional Films.
    22 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division
    of Esquire, Inc.; 22Jul58; MP9409.

  CHRISTMAS PARDON. SEE City Detective.

  CHRISTMAS SHOW. SEE

    The Dennis Day Show, no. 114.

    Our Miss Brooks, no. 15, no. 50.

  THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT. SEE The Bob Cummings Show, no. 41.

  THE CHRISTMAS STORY. SEE

    The Brothers, no. 17.

    Father Knows Best, no. 12.

    Here Comes Donald.

    Lassie.

    The Line-Up, no. 18.

    The Lone Ranger.

    Meet Mr. McNutley.

    The People’s Choice, no. 12.

    Pride of the Family.

    The Ray Milland Show.

  CHRISTMAS THROUGH THE AGES. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 14 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    Inc.; 6Aug54; MP5895.

  CHRISTMAS TIME IN ELKHORN. March of Time, 1952. 28 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Time, Inc.; 17Dec52; MP3390.

  CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS. Gainsborough Pictures, London. A Sydney Box
    production. Released in the U.S. by Universal International, 1949.
    104 min., sd., color, 35mm. © General Film Distributors, Ltd.;
    17Sep49; LP424.

  CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS. Gainsborough Pictures, London, 1949. A Sydney
    Box production. Released in the U. S. by Universal International.
    104 min., sd., color, 35mm. © General Film Distributors, Ltd.;
    26Sep49; LP424.

  CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS. SEE Captain Z-ro.

  CHRISTOPHER CRUMPET. United Productions of America. Released by
    Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 25Jun53; LP2849.

  CHRISTOPHER CRUMPET’S PLAYMATE. United Productions of America.
    Released by Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    Technicolor. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 8Sep55; LP5511.

  CHUCK AT COLLEGE. SEE The Bob Cummings Show, no. 86.

  CHUCK BUYS A HOT ROD. SEE The Bob Cummings Show, no. 74.

  CHUCK FALLS FOR ENGLISH TEACHER. SEE The Bob Cummings Show, no. 5.

  CHUCK GOES HOLLYWOOD. SEE The Bob Cummings Show, no. 26.

  CHUCK VISITS GRANDPA. SEE The Bob Cummings Show, no. 56.

  THE CHUMP CHAMP. Loew’s, 1950. An MGM cartoon. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. © Loew’s Inc.; 2Nov50; LP537.

  THE CHURCHILL CLUB. SEE Telephone Time.

  CHUY REYES AND HIS ORCHESTRA TELESCRIPTIONS. Snader Telescriptions
    Corp., 1951. 18 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Snader Telescriptions Corp.;
    20Apr51; MP1437.

  CICADA—THE INSECT METHUSELAH. Moody Institute of Science. 12 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Moody Institute of Science; 9Nov55; MP6805.

  CIELO SULLA PALUDE. SEE The Girl from the Marshes.

  LA CIENCIA AL SERVICIO DE LA MUJER. Strauch & Cia., Montevideo. Made
    by K-G Productions. 2 min., sd., color, 35mm. Eastman color. © K-G
    Productions, Inc.; 18May56; MP7202.

  CIGAR-BOX JOHN. SEE Navy Log.

  CIGARETTE GIRL - GEORGIE JESSEL - TEDDY BEAR. SEE The George Burns and
    Gracie Allen Show, no. 18.

  THE CIMARRON KID. Universal International Pictures Co., 1951. 84 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 25Nov51; LP1331.

  THE CIMARRON KID. SEE Circus Boy, no. 21.

  A CINCH TO SERVICE: NEWSMAKING TV SERVICEABILITY FEATURES FOR 1960.
    RCA Victor. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 10 min., sd.,
    Ektachrome, 16mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 2Jul59; MU6769.

  CINDER DICK. SEE Big Town, no. 8.

  CINDER JUNGLE. SEE State Trooper.

  THE CINDER TRAIL. SEE Annie Oakley.

  CINDERELLA. Bill Gernert. 15 min. & 30 min., sd., Kodachrome, 16mm. ©
    William Gernert; 25Sep58; LU3146.

  CINDERELLA. Miniature Opera Co. 37 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome.
    Appl. authors: Beth H. Moore & Leonard M. Moore. © Miniature Opera
    Co., Inc.; 14May56; LU3138.

  CINDERELLA. Walt Disney Productions. Distributed by RKO Radio
    Pictures, Inc., 1949. 74 min., sd., color, 35mm. Based on Charles
    Perrault’s story. © Walt Disney Productions; 4Nov49; LP2819.

  CINDERELLA. SEE

    The Magic Bunny in Cinderella.

    S. O. S. Company Spot Advertisements.

  CINDERELLA OF THE YUKON. SEE Sergeant Preston of the Yukon.

  CINDY BOWEN. SEE The Millionaire.

  CINDY COMES HOME. SEE Sky King, no. 38.

  CINDY GOES TO A PARTY. Centron Corp. Released by Young America Films.
    1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Centron Corp., Inc.; 1Nov55; MP6886.

  CINDY IN THE MIGHTY MIXED-UP FOREST. SEE The Adventures of Blinkey,
    no. 15.

  CINEMA CAPERS. RKO-Pathe. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Screenliner) ©
    RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 4Dec54; MP5627.

  CINEMASCOPE IMPRESSIONS OF MOSCOW. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1
    reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Movietone Timely Topic CinemaScope) ©
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 6Nov59; LP15063.

  THE CINEMASCOPE PARADE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 22 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Technicolor. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp.; 27Oct54; MP5372.

  A CINEMATOGRAPHIC STUDY OF THE FUNCTION OF THE MITRAL VALVE IN SITU.
    Playtex Park Research Institute. Released by Medical Audio-Visual
    Institute of the Association of American Medical Colleges, 1952. 13
    min., sd., color, 16mm. © Montefiore Hospital; 25Sep52; MP3059.

  CINERAMA HOLIDAY. Stanley-Warner Cinerama Corp. 15,489 ft., sd.,
    color, 35mm. Cinerama. Technicolor. © Stanley-Warner Cinerama Corp.;
    7Feb55 (in notice: 1954); MP5635.

  CINERAMA SOUTH SEAS ADVENTURE. Stanley-Warner Cinerama Corp. 107 min.,
    sd., Technicolor, 35mm. Cinerama. © Stanley Warner Cinerama Corp.;
    15Jul58; LP12303.

  CIRCLE OF DANGER. Coronado Productions, London. Released by Eagle-Lion
    Classics, 1951. 86 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Coronado Productions
    (England) Ltd.; 19Apr51 (in notice: 1950); LP1289.

  CIRCLE OF HATE. SEE Hawkeye and the Last of the Mohicans.

  CIRCUIT RIDER’S WIFE. SEE I’d Climb the Highest Mountain.

  CIRCUMSTANTIAL. SEE Alcoa-Goodyear Theatre, no. 8106.

  CIRCUS AT THE ZOO. Castle Films, 1951. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    United World Films, Inc.; 15Sep51; MP2646.

  THE CIRCUS BABY. Weston Woods Studios. 5 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (Picture Book Parade) Based on the book of the same title written
    and illustrated by Maud and Miska Petersham. Appl. author: Morton
    Schindel. © Weston Woods Studios, Inc.; 24Dec56; LP7978.

  CIRCUS BOY. Screen Gems. 30 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. unless
    otherwise indicated. © Screen Gems, Inc.

    1. Meet Circus Boy. © 23Sep56; LP10772.

    2. The Fabulous Colonel Jack. © 30Sep56; LP12376.

    3. The Great Gambino. © 7Oct56; LP10771.

    4. Circus Boy and the Amazing Mr. Sinbad. 35mm. © 14Oct56; LP10777.

    5. Corky and the Circus Doctor. © 21Oct56; LP10769.

    6. Casey Rides Again. © 4Nov56; LP11316.

    7. Circus Boy and the Little Fugitive. © 11Nov56; LP10770.

    8. Circus Boy and the Proud Pagliacci. © 18Nov56; LP10768.

    9. White Eagle. © 25Nov56; LP10776.

    10. The Little Gypsy. © 2Dec56; LP12375.

    11. Circus Boy and the Masked Marvel. © 9Dec56; LP10775.

    12. Circus Boy and the Good Samaritan. © 23Dec56; LP10774.

    13. The Daring Young Man. © 30Dec56; LP10773.

    14. Farewell to the Circus. © 6Jan57 (in notice: 1956); LP10767.

    15. Elmer, the Aeronaut. © 13Jan57 (in notice: 1956); LP10766.

    16. Circus Boy and the Remarkable Ricardo. © 20Jan57 (in notice:
      1956); LP10765.

    17. Big Top Angel. © 27Jan57 (in notice: 1956); LP10764.

    18. The Return of Colonel Jack. © 10Feb57 (in notice: 1956);
      LP10763.

    19. The Knife Thrower. © 17Feb57; LP10779.

    20. Joey’s Wedding Day. © 24Feb57; LP10780.

    21. The Man from Cimarron. (The Cimarron Kid) © 3Mar57 (in notice:
      1956); LP10760.

    22. The Great Gambino’s Son. © 10Mar57; LP10782.

    23. Corky’s Big Parade. © 24Mar57; LP10781.

    24. The Lady and the Circus. © 31Mar57; LP12372.

    25. Circus Boy and the Counterfeit Clown. © 7Apr57 (in notice:
      1956); LP10761.

    26. The Pawnee Strip. © 14Apr57; LP10791.

    27. Cub Reporter. © 21Apr57; LP10790.

    28. General Pete. © 28Apr57; LP10789.

    29. The Tumbling Clown. © 5May57; LP10788.

    30. Circus Boy and the Death-Defying Dozetti. © 12May57 (in notice:
      1956); LP10762.

    31. Colonel Jack’s Brother. © 19May57; LP10787.

    32. The Swamp Man. © 26May57; LP10786.

    33. Hortense, the Hippo. © 2Jun57; LP10785.

    34. The Fortune Teller. © 9Jun57; LP10784.

    35. The Gentle Giant. © 16Jun57; LP10783.

    36. The Little Vagabond. 35mm. © 23Jun57 (in notice: 1956); LP10778.

    37. Elmer, the Rainmaker. © 19Sep57; LP12374.

    38. The Royal Roustabout. © 26Sep57; LP12373.

    39. Bimbo, Jr. © 3Oct57; LP12367.

    40. Alex, the Great. © 10Oct57; LP12368.

    41. Return of Casey Perkins. © 17Oct57; LP12369.

    42. Major Buffington. © 24Oct57; LP12371.

    43. The Clemens Boys. © 31Oct57; LP12370.

    44. The Magic Lantern. © 7Nov57; LP12363.

    45. The Dancing Bear. © 14Nov57; LP12364.

    46. The Marvelous Manellis. © 21Nov57; LP12365.

    47. Uncle Cyrus. © 28Nov57; LP12361.

    48. The Judge’s Boy. © 5Dec57; LP12366.

    49. The Return of Buffalo Bill. © 12Dec57; LP12362.

  CIRCUS BOY AND.

    For titles beginning Circus Boy and ... SEE Circus Boy.

  CIRCUS CAT. F. Stanley Morest. 20 min., color. © F. Stanley Morest &
    Clara J. Morest; 13Apr59; MU6699.

  CIRCUS CLOWN MYSTERY. SEE Sky King, no. 29.

  CIRCUS GIRL. Gloria Filmverleith, Munich. Released in the U. S. by
    Republic Pictures Corp. 88 min., sd., color, 35mm. Adapted from a
    story by Peter Francke and Maria Osten-Sacken. © Republic Pictures
    Corp.; 14Apr56 (in notice: 1955); LP7357.

  THE CIRCUS MALONE CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  CIRCUS ON ICE. Vitaphone Corp. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Sports
    Parade) A Warner Bros. short subject. Technicolor. © Vitaphone
    Corp.; 18Sep54; MP6424.

  CIRCUS ON THE CAMPUS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1950. 10 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sports Review Series) © Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp.; 8Dec50; MP920.

  CIRCUS-OUTDOOR. Kimberly-Clark Corp., Cellucotton Division. Made
    Foote, Cone & Belding. 1 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Kimberly-Clark
    Corp.; 15Sep56; MP7649.

  CIRCUS PARADE. SEE Captain Kangaroo, no. 6.

  CIRCUS PRIEST. SEE Crossroads.

  CIRCUS TRAINER. RKO-Pathe. 17 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © RKO-Pathe, Inc.;
    10Nov54; MP5623.

  CITIES: HOW THEY GROW. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. Second ed. First ed. entitled Growth of Cities. ©
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 13May53 (in notice: 1952);
    MP3749.

  CITIES SERVICE VERSION: ANTI-FREEZE WITH TRI-PRO COMMERCIALS. SEE Dow
    Anti-Freeze; Cities Service Version.

  A CITIZEN MAKES A DECISION. Young America Films. Made by Centron Corp.
    2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. (Citizenship Series) With teacher’s guide.
    © Young America Films, Inc.; 2Jun54; MP4824.

  A CITIZEN PARTICIPATES. Centron Corp. Released by Young America Films.
    26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Citizenship Series) With teacher’s guide.
    Appl. author: Arthur H. Wolf. © Centron Corp., Inc.; 5Aug53; MP4169.

  CITIZEN ROMEO. SEE Judge Roy Bean.

  THE CITIZEN’S LEAGUE. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 81.

  CITIZENSHIP IN ACTION. Audio-Visual Center, Division of University
    Extension, Indiana University. 24 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Produced in
    cooperation with National Assn. of Student Councils of the National
    Assn. of Secondary-School Principals, National Education Assn. ©
    Indiana University; 1Aug58; MP9310.

  CITY AFTER MIDNIGHT. Monarch Productions. Released by RKO Radio
    Pictures. 83 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Adapted from the novel The
    Emperor’s Snuffbox, by John Dickson Carr. Appl. author: RKO
    Teleradio Pictures, Inc. © Monarch Productions, Ltd.; 17Jul59;
    LP14724.

  CITY BENEATH THE SEA. Universal Pictures Co., 1953. 87 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. A Universal International picture. Based on Port Royal,
    the Ghost City Beneath the Sea, by Harry E. Rieseberg. © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 2Jan53; LP2227.

  CITY DETECTIVE. Revue Productions. 3 reels each, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Revue Productions, Inc.

    Baby in a Basket (The Baby in the Basket) © 31Dec54; LP4841.

    Baby Needs Shoes. © 31Dec54; LP5021.

    Bad Night in Lover’s Lane. © 31Dec54; LP4845.

    The Bartered Bridegroom. © 31Dec53; LP3389.

    Blindman’s Buff. © 31Dec53; LP3420.

    The Blonde Orchid. © 31Dec53; LP3410.

    Cargo of the Midnight. © 31Dec53; LP3417.

    Case of Melody in F Flat. Appl. title: Melody in F Flat. © 31Dec53;
      LP3316.

    The Case of the Happy Hoboes. © 31Dec53; LP3303.

    The Case of the Paper Button. © 31Dec53; LP3306.

    Case of Trouble on a Train. Appl. title: Trouble on a Train. ©
      31Dec53; LP3313.

    A Cat Named Deborah. © 31Dec53; LP3416.

    Christmas Pardon. © 31Dec53; LP3302.

    Come Back Little Witness. © 31Dec54; LP5213.

    The Congenial Liars. © 31Dec53; LP3388.

    The Corpse on the Carousel. © 31Dec53; LP3304.

    Crazy Like a Fox. © 31Dec53; LP3412.

    Cruise Ship. © 31Dec53; LP3411.

    Date in Reno. © 31Dec53; LP3421.

    Dead Heat. © 31Dec54; LP4836.

    The Derelict. © 31Dec54; LP4885.

    Desert Ice. © 31Dec54; LP4844.

    Drop Coin Here. © 31Dec54; LP4837.

    Found in a Pawnshop. © 3May55 (in notice: 1954); LP5710.

    The Gift Shop. © 31Dec54; LP4831.

    Girl from Nowhere. © 31Dec53; LP3308.

    Girl from the Dark. © 31Dec53; LP3311.

    A Girl’s Best Friend. © 31Dec54; LP4843.

    The Glass Thumb. © 31Dec53; LP3418.

    Goodbye Old Paint. © 31Dec54; LP5022.

    Handcuffs. © 31Dec53; LP3383.

    Have a Cigar. © 31Dec53; LP3307.

    Hearts and Flowers. © 31Dec54; LP4884.

    Her Sister’s Keeper. © 31Dec54; LP4832.

    Highest Bidder. © 31Dec54; LP5217.

    The Horn That Blew Too Long. © 31Dec54; LP4833.

    Hypnotic Wife. © 31Dec54; LP4847.

    In Sickness and in Stealth. © 31Dec54; LP4842.

    Lady in the Beautiful Frame. © 31Dec54; LP4838.

    The Lion Behind You. © 31Dec53; LP3414.

    The Lonely Hearts. © 31Dec53; LP3422.

    The Lonely Wife. © 31Dec53; LP3385.

    Man Down, Woman Screaming. © 31Dec54; LP5251.

    Melody in F Flat. © 2Jan53; LP2775.

    Midnight Auto Supply. © 31Dec53; LP3415.

    Midnight Supper. © 31Dec54; LP4830.

    My Sainted Aunt. © 31Dec53; LP3312.

    An Old Man’s Gold. © 31Dec53; LP3305.

    On the Record. © 31Dec53; LP3413.

    The Perfect Disguise. © 31Dec54; LP4846.

    Police, Watch My House. © 31Dec54; LP4839.

    Private Mouthpiece. © 31Dec53; LP3386.

    The Rebel. © 31Dec53; LP3310.

    Return Ticket. © 31Dec53; LP3309.

    Ring in the Night. © 31Dec53; LP3419.

    A Safe Combination. © 31Dec54 (in notice: 1953); LP4835.

    Shadow of a Man. © 31Dec53; LP3467.

    16 Vertical. © 31Dec54; LP4829.

    The Temperamental Sculptor. © 31Dec53; LP3384.

    Thirteen O’Clock. ©31Dec54; LP4840.

    Too Many Grooms. © 31Dec54; LP4834.

    Trouble in Toyland. © 31Dec54; LP4883.

    Trouble on a Train. © 2Jan53; LP2774.

    The Violet Ribbon. © 31Dec53; LP3387.

    Why Should the Beautiful Die? © 31Dec54 (in notice: 1953); LP5762.

  CITY HIGHWAYS. Pat Dowling Pictures. 13 min., sd., color, 16mm. Appl.
    author: Thomas J. Stanton. © Pat Dowling Pictures; 1Jul58; MP8979.

  A CITY IS BORN: LEVITTOWN, PA. March of Time, 1953. 28 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Time, Inc.; 11Feb53; MP3485.

  CITY KITTY. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1952. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Noveltoon Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 8Jul52; LP1830.

  CITY OF BAD MEN. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 82 min., sd., color,
    35mm. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 21Jul53; LP2970.

  CITY OF BALL TOSSERS. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 10 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (Grantland Rice Sportlight Series) © Paramount Pictures
    Corp.; 22Jun51; MP1463.

  THE CITY OF BEAUTIFUL GIRLS. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1950. 1 reel,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. (Pacemaker Series) © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    16Nov50; MP636.

  CITY OF DESTINY. Dudley Pictures Corp. Released by Republic Pictures
    Corp. 9 min., sd., color, 35mm. (This World of Ours) Trucolor. Appl.
    title: Washington, City of Destiny. © Dudley Pictures Corp.;
    10Mar53; MP3814.

  THE CITY OF DOOM. SEE Soldiers of Fortune.

  CITY OF FEAR. Columbia Pictures Corp. 81 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Feb59 (in notice: 1958); LP12883.

  CITY OF SHADOWS. Republic Pictures Corp. 70 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Republic Pictures Corp.; 11May55; LP5192.

  CITY PETS: FUN AND RESPONSIBILITY. Coronet Instructional Films. 10
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Educational collaborator, A. M. Johnston. ©
    John Smart; 2Nov53; MP4097.

  CITY SLICKER. SEE Little Roquefort in City Slicker.

  THE CITY THAT LIVES. Hoffberg Productions, 1952. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Hoffberg Productions, Inc.; 6May52; MP2258.

  CITY THAT NEVER SLEEPS. Republic Pictures Corp. 90 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 1May53; LP2706.

  LA CIUDAD PERDIDA. (The Lost City) Filmadora Chapultepec, Mexico.
    Released in the U. S. by Importadora. 95 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Importadora, Inc.; 15Nov50; LP11776.

  CIVIC IMPROVEMENT. SEE Meet Mr. McNutley.

  THE CIVIL WAR. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 16 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films; 12May54;
    MP5881.

  CIVIL WAR AT DEADWOOD. SEE Gene Autry Series, no. 75.

  THE CLAIM JUMPERS. SEE Fury.

  CLAIM JUMPIN JENNIE. Pacific Coast Borax Co., 1953. Made by Flying A
    Pictures. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. (Death Valley Days) Appl. author:
    McCann-Erickson, Inc. © Borax Consolidated Ltd. (Pacific Coast Borax
    Co.); 31Mar53; LP2691.

  CLAIRE. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue
    Productions, Inc.; 31Dec53; LP3437.

  CLAIRE. SEE Screen Directors Playhouse.

  CLANCY, THE BULL, IN POLICE DOGGED. Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon Cartoon)
    CinemaScope. Technicolor. © Terrytoons, a division of CBS Television
    Film Sales, Inc.; 29Jun56; LP7356.

  CLAPP’S BABY FOOD ONE-MINUTE TEDDY BEAR TV FILM COMMERCIAL. Duffy Mott
    Co. 1 min., sd., b&w. © Duffy Mott Co.; 24Nov58; MU6522.

  THE CLARA BEAUCHAMP STORY. SEE Wagon Train.

  CLARK DENNIS TELESCRIPTIONS. Snader Telescriptions Corp., 1951. 22
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Snader Telescriptions Corp.; 1Apr51 (in
    notice: 1950); MP1273.

  CLARK KENT, OUTLAW. SEE Adventures of Superman, no. 60.

  CLASH BY NIGHT. Wald-Krasna Productions. Distributed by RKO Radio
    Pictures, 1952. 105 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the stage play of
    the same title by Clifford Odets. © Wald-Krasna Productions, Inc.;
    28May52; LP1766.

  CLASS OF ’58. SEE The Twentieth Century. Mar. 23, 1958.

  CLASS PROPHECY. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 96.

  THE CLASS REUNION. SEE The Brothers, no. 5.

  THE CLASS 300 W SEWING MACHINE. SEE The 300 W Class.

  THE CLASSROOM. SEE Spanish for Elementary Schools Series, set no. 1.

  CLAUDE THORNHILL AND HIS ORCHESTRA. Universal Pictures Co., 1950. 15
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 9Jun50; MP379.

  CLAUSTROPHOBIA. SEE Gunsmoke.

  CLAWS FOR ALARM. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Merrie Melodies Cartoon) Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 6Jun55 (in
    notice: 1953); MP6041.

  CLAY ALLISON. SEE Stories of the Century.

  CLAY CITY CHAPERONE. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 42.

  CLAY MODELING FOR BEGINNERS. New Art Training Films. Made by
    Tabletopper Productions. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Contents: Pinch
    Bowl.—Preparation and Tools.—Slab Bowl. © Irving Louis Pressman;
    15Jul55; MP6498.

  THE CLAY PIGEON. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 152.

  CLEAN BREAK. SEE The Killing.

  A CLEAN SWEEP. SEE The Adventures of Blinkey, no. 26.

  CLEAN UP. Gillette Co., 1952. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Television
    commercial. © The Gillette Co.; 1Oct52; MP3167.

  CLEAN-UP SQUAD. Pro-Kleen Industries. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Pro-Kleen Industries, Inc.; 15Jun54; MP5150.

  THE CLEANEST STORY EVER TOLD. Jam Handy Organization for Hotpoint. ©
    1950. 18 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.;
    31Oct50; MU5187.

  CLEANING DAY JINGLE; NO. 13-60. Procter & Gamble Co. Made by
    Tatham-Laird. 1 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Procter & Gamble Co.;
    19Jan59 (in notice: 1958); MP9401.

  CLEANING UP BEAVER. SEE Leave It to Beaver.

  CLEANUP. SEE Crossroads.

  CLEAR THE BRIDGE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., color,
    35mm. CinemaScope. Made with the cooperation of the Dept. of Defense
    and the U. S. Navy. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 4Nov55;
    MP6715.

  CLEAR THE RUNWAY. Monroe Auto Equipment Co. Made by Video Films. 10
    min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. Appl. author: William R.
    Witherell, Jr. © Video Films; 22Nov57; MU6411.

  CLEM BODDINGTON’S SHORT SPORT SAGA. Clem Boddington. 5 min., b&w,
    16mm. © Clem Boddington; 26Jun59; MU6763.

  CLEM SINGS. SEE The Red Skelton Show.

  THE CLEMENS BOYS. SEE Circus Boy, 43.

  CLEMENTINE. SEE Bachelor in Paris.

  CLEO. SEE The Damon Runyon Theatre, no. 34.

  CLEO, SECRET DOG. SEE The People’s Choice, no. 23.

  CLEOPATRA COLLINS. SEE Star Stage.

  CLEOPATRA’S PLAYGROUND. RKO Pathe, 1951. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Screenliner Series, no. 12) © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 13Jul51; MP1790.

  THE CLEVER MAN. SEE State Trooper.

  CLICK! Charles V. Masterson, Jr. in cooperation with Western
    Pennsylvania Golf Assn. 18 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author:
    Samuel O. Beall. © Charles V. Masterson, Jr.; 15Jul57; MP8364.

  THE CLIFF GRUNDY STORY. SEE Wagon Train.

  CLIMATE AND THE WORLD WE LIVE IN. Coronet Instructional Films. 13
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of
    Esquire, Inc.; 14Nov57; MP8774.

  CLIMAX. Columbia Broadcasting System. Made by McCann-Erickson. 60 min.
    each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Columbia Broadcasting System Inc.

    Shadow of a Memory. © 26Dec57; LP9952.

  CLIMAX. SEE Mr. and Mrs. North, no. N219.

  CLIMBING WITH SAFETY. Southwestern Bell Telephone Co., 1952. 25 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. With instructor’s manual. © Clarence H. Weiser;
    29Dec52; MP3360.

  CLINICAL MANAGEMENT OF ACUTE LEUKEMIA. Schering Corp. 28 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. © Schering Corp.; 8Oct59; MU6807.

  CLINICAL MANAGEMENT OF AUTOIMMUNE HEMATOLOGIC DISORDERS. Schering
    Corp. 35 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Schering Corp.; 8Oct59; MU6806.

  CLINT CLOBBER IN CAMP CLOBBER. Terrytoons. 1 reel, sd., Technicolor,
    35mm. (Terrytoon Cartoon) CinemaScope. © Terrytoons, a division of
    CBS Television Film Sales, Inc.; 16Jul58; LP11687.

  CLINT CLOBBER IN CLINT CLOBBER’S CAT. Terrytoons. Released by
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., Technicolor, 35mm.
    (Terrytoon Cartoon) CinemaScope. © Terrytoons, a division of CBS
    Television Film Sales, Inc.; 14Aug57; LP12388.

  CLINT CLOBBER IN OLD MOTHER CLOBBER. Terrytoons. 1 reel, sd.,
    Technicolor, 35mm. (Terrytoon Cartoon) CinemaScope. © Terrytoons, a
    division of CBS Television Film Sales, Inc.; 26Jun58; LP11688.

  CLINT CLOBBER IN SIGNED, SEALED AND CLOBBERED. SEE Signed, Sealed and
    Clobbered.

  CLINT CLOBBER IN SPRINGTIME FOR CLOBBER. Terrytoons. Released by
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., Technicolor, 35mm.
    (Terrytoon Cartoon) CinemaScope. © Terrytoons, a division of CBS
    Television Film Sales, Inc.; 1Dec57; LP9541.

  CLINT CLOBBER IN THE FLAMBOYANT ARMS. SEE The Flamboyant Arms.

  CLINT CLOBBER’S CAT. SEE Clint Clobber in Clint Clobber’s Cat.

  CLIPPED WINGS. Allied Artists Productions. Released by Monogram
    Pictures Corp. 65 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Monogram Pictures Corp.;
    23Aug53; LP2903.

  CLIPPER. Packard Motor Car Co. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 1 min.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 1Jun54; MU5744.

  CLIPPER H-204. Packard Motor Car Co. Made by Jam Handy Organization.
    20 sec., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 1Jun54; MU5729.

  CLIPPER T-202. Packard Motor Car Co. Made by Jam Handy Organization.
    20 sec., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 1Jun54; MU5725.

  CLOAK AND STAGGER. SEE Good Deed Daly in Cloak and Stagger.

  CLOBBER’S BALLET ACHE. Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., Technicolor, 35mm. (A Terrytoons Cartoon)
    CinemaScope. © Terrytoons, a division of CBS Films, Inc.; 21Feb59;
    LP13239.

  THE CLOCKMAKER’S DOG. Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon Cartoon) ©
    Terrytoons, Inc.; 14Dec55; LP5923.

  CLOSE DECISION. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 26.

  CLOSE DECISIONS. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Grantland Rice Sportlight Series) © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    25May51; MP1398.

  CLOSE INSPECTION. TFC-70-2:20. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by
    Campbell-Ewald Co. 140 sec. Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald Co.,
    employer for hire of Frank Hopkins & W. Robert Woodburn, authors of
    script. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 19Aug57; MU6383.

  CLOSE SHAVE. SEE Adventures of Superman.

  CLOSE TO MY HEART. Warner Bros. Pictures, 1951. 90 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 2Nov51; LP1265.

  CLOSED FOR REPAIRS. SEE The Sheriff of Cochise, no. 14.

  CLOSED VISION. Society of Cinema Arts, France. Released in the U. S.
    by Film Archives. 60 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. English dialog version. ©
    Leon Vickman; 15Jan55 (in notice: 1954); LP12418.

  THE CLOSET. SEE It’s a Great Life.

  CLOSET COMMERCIAL; NO. 23-60. Procter & Gamble Co. Made by
    Tatham-Laird. 60 sec., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Procter & Gamble Co.;
    14Oct59; MP9801.

  CLOSEUP OF MURDER. SEE The Adventures of Ellery Queen.

  CLOSE-UP ON VIOLENCE. SEE Man with a Camera.

  CLOSING. Pontiac Motor Division of General Motors Corp., 1952.
    Produced by Soundfilm Studios and Norman Wright Productions. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Destination: “Dotted Line,” no. 7) © Pontiac
    Motor Co. (in notice: Pontiac Motor Division); 22Aug52; MP2934.

  CLOSING MR. SELLER. Education Committee, California Real Estate Assn.
    11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © California Real Estate Assn.; 1Jul58;
    MP9125.

  CLOTHES AND YOU: LINE AND PROPORTION. Coronet Instructional Films. 10
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of
    Esquire, Inc.; 20Sep54; MP5210.

  CLOTHES MAKE THE MAN. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  CLOTHING. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Second edition. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    Inc.; 28Sep55; MP6637.

  CLOUD PHYSICS PROJECT. SEE The Search: University of Chicago Weather
    Research.

  CLOUDBURST. Exclusive Films, London. Released in the U. S. by United
    Artists Corp., 1952. 83 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the play of
    the same title by Leo Marks. © Hollywood Exclusive Films, Inc.;
    31Jan52; LP1738.

  THE CLOUDED YELLOW. Carillon Films, London, 1950. Released in the U.
    S. by Columbia Pictures Corp. 96 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © General
    Film Distributors, Ltd.; 21Nov50; LP1180.

  CLOVER IN THE DUST. SEE The Lone Ranger.

  THE CLOWN. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s, 1952. 89 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a story by Frances Marion. © Loew’s
    Incorporated; 18Dec52; LP2298.

  CLOWN. Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue
    Productions, Inc.: 9Jan55; LP6992.

  THE CLOWN. SEE

    Here Comes Donald, no. 11.

    Lassie.

    The Red Skelton Show.

  CLOWN ON THE FARM. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1952. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Noveltoon Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 22Aug52;
    LP1896.

  CLOWN PRINCE OF GOLF. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 9 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (World of Sports Series) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 25May50
    (in notice: 1949); MP424.

  THE CLOWN, THE MAN WITH A THOUSAND FACES. Episodes 1-6. Peter Elgar
    Productions. Appl. author: Peter F. Elgar. © Peter Elgar
    Productions, Inc.; 21Mar55; LU3095.

  THE CLOWN WHO CRIED. SEE Adventures of Superman.

  THE CLUB FIGHTER. SEE The D. A.’s Man.

  CLUBBY CUB. Universal Pictures Co., 1951. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Variety View Series, no. 194) © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    28May51; MP1399.

  THE CLUBHOUSE. SEE Leave It to Beaver.

  COASTGUARD. No. DF-21-90. Delco Battery. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co. 90
    sec. Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald Co., employer for hire of Edward
    L. Traxler, author of script. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 19Aug57; MU6380.

  COATE OF MANY COLORS. SEE State Trooper.

  COB ROLLER. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization.
    3 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Chevrolet Motor Division of General Motors
    Corp.; 5Feb58; MU6445.

  COBB MARLEY. SEE The Millionaire.

  THE COBO STORY. Committee for Good Government. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 1,217 ft., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.;
    14Dec56; MU6239.

  THE COBRA-MATIC STORY. Jam Handy Organization for Zenith. © 1950. 13
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 21Nov50;
    MU5236.

  COBS AND ROBBERS. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s, 1953. 6
    min., sd., color, 35mm. © Loew’s Incorporated; 19Feb53 (in notice:
    1952); LP2368.

  THE COBWEB. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 124 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Eastman color. Based on the novel by
    William Gibson. © Loew’s Incorporated; 8Jun55; LP4919.

  COCHISE, GREATEST OF THE APACHES. SEE TV Reader’s Digest.

  COCK-A-DOODLE DINO. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Noveltoon Cartoon) Technicolor. © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 1Dec57;
    LP9421.

  COCK-A-DOODLE DOG. Loew’s, 1950. An MGM cartoon. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. © Loew’s Inc.; 24Dec50; LP561.

  COCKEYED CHARLIE PARKHURST. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 415.

  THE COCKLESHELL HEROES. Warwick Film Productions, London. Released in
    the U. S. by Columbia Pictures Corp. 11 reels, sd., color, 35mm.
    Technicolor. Based on the story by George Kent. © Warwick Film
    Productions, Ltd.; 27Mar56 (in notice: 1955); LP6411. (SEE ALSO
    Cockleshell Heroes; 27Mar56 (in notice: 1955); LP7308.)

  COCKLESHELL HEROES. Warwick Film Productions, London. Released in the
    U. S. by Columbia Pictures Corp. 11 reels, sd., color, 35mm.
    Technicolor. Based on the story by George Kent. © Warwick Film
    Productions, Ltd.; 27Mar56 (in notice: 1955); LP7308. (SEE ALSO The
    Cockleshell Heroes; 27Mar56 (in notice: 1955); LP6411)

  THE COCKTAIL PARTY. Goebel Brewing Co. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co. 55
    sec. Appl. author: Edmund W. Birnbryer. © Campbell-Ewald Co.;
    21Dec56; MU6245.

  THE COCONUT’S EYE. SEE Man Against Crime. May 6, 1953.

  CODE OF HONOR. SEE The Lone Ranger.

  CODE OF THE PIONEERS. SEE The Lone Ranger.

  CODE OF THE SILVER SAGE. Republic Productions, Inc., 1950. 60 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 23Mar50; LP2958.

  CODE TWO. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s, 1953. 69 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Loew’s Incorporated; 5Mar53; LP2485.

  CODY OF THE PONY EXPRESS. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 2 reels each,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.

    1. Cody Carries the Mail. © 4Mar50; LP2973.

    2. Captured by Indians. © 10Mar50; LP16.

    3. Cody Saves a Life. © 17Mar50; LP31.

    4. Cody Follows a Trail. © 24Mar50; LP69.

    5. Cody to the Rescue. © 31Mar50; LP86.

    6. The Fatal Arrow. © 7Apr50; LP98.

    7. Cody Gets His Man. © 9May50; LP102.

    8. Renegade Raiders. © 23May50; LP136.

    9. Frontier Law. © 30May50; LP137.

    10. Cody Tempts Fate. © 6Jun50; LP143.

    11. Trouble at Silver Gap. © 13Jun50; LP174.

    12. Cody Comes Through. © 20Jun50; LP175.

    13. Marshal of Nugget City. © 27Jun50; LP576.

    14. © 4Jul50; LP577.

    15. Cody’s Last Ride. © 11Jul50; LP227.

  CODY TO THE RESCUE. SEE Riding with Buffalo Bill, no. 4.

  THE COIN OF THE REALM. SEE The Three Musketeers.

  THE COLD DECADE. SEE Air Power, no. 24.

  THE COLD DECADE AIRLIFT. SEE Air Power, no. 22.

  COLD DECKED. Flying A Pictures, 1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Flying A Pictures, Inc.; 21Dec52; LP2188.

  COLD FACTS. E. I. du Pont de Nemours. Made by Caravel Films. 2 reels,
    sd., color, 16mm. Eastman color. Directed and written by Gene
    Searchinger. © E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc.; 8Mar57; MP8047.

  COLD RECEPTION, HA-LFA-3-90. Delco-Remy Division. Made by
    Campbell-Ewald Co. 90 sec. Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald Co.,
    employer for hire of Ed W. Birnbryer, author of script. ©
    Campbell-Ewald Co.; 10Jan58; MU6435.

  COLD STORAGE. Walt Disney Productions, 1950. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Pluto Cartoon) © Walt Disney Productions; 25Apr50; LP607.

  THE COLD TOUCH. SEE General Electric Theater.

  COLD TURKEY. Walt Disney Productions. Released by RKO Radio Pictures,
    1951. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Pluto Cartoon) © Walt Disney
    Productions; 21Jun51; LP1386.

  COLD WAR. Walt Disney Productions. Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures,
    1950. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Goofy Cartoon) © Walt Disney
    Productions; 28Aug50; LP868.

  COLE YOUNGER, GUNFIGHTER. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 79 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. Based on The Desperado, by Clifton Adams. © Allied
    Artists Pictures Corp.; 18Mar58; LP10130.

  THE COLLECTION. Humble Oil & Refining Co. Made by Coffman Film Co.
    Released by Texas Dept. of Public Safety. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Linda Shuler; 16Oct56; LP7760.

  COLLECTOR’S ITEM. SEE Yancy Derringer.

  COLLEGE CAPERS. Jezebel Productions. Released by Lippert Pictures,
    1953. 15 min., sd., color, 35mm. A three-dimensional film. Ansco
    color. © Jezebel Productions, Inc.; 29Apr53; LP2573.

  COLLEGE CAPERS. Universal Pictures Co. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    16Aug54; MP5144.

  COLLEGE CIRCUS. RKO-Pathe, 1952. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Screenliner)
    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 11Nov52; MP3399.

  COLLEGE REUNION. SEE Topper, no. T129.

  THE COLLEGE SHOW. SEE Those Whiting Girls, no. 1.

  COLLEGE SONGS. SEE This Is Your Music.

  COLLEGE SPORTS PARADISE. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 9 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (World of Sports Series) © Columbia Pictures Corp.;
    20Apr50; MP213.

  COLLEGE: YOUR CHALLENGE. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: Francis J. Brown. © John Smart; 31Aug53;
    MP3928.

  COLLEGIATE CIRCUS CHAMPS. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Grantland Rice Sportlight) © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    14Aug53; MP3380.

  COLLINS, THE CROONER. SEE Bob Cummings Show, no. 144.

  THE COLLOIDAL STATE. Coronet Instructional Films. 16 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.;
    1May59; MP9761.

  THE COLONEL AND HIS LADY. SEE Hawkeye and the Last of the Mohicans.

  THE COLONEL AND HIS SON. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Revue Productions, Inc.; 31Dec54; LP4969.

  THE COLONEL AND THE LADY. SEE Have Gun - Will Travel.

  COLONEL BLEEP. Robert D. Buchanan. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Robert
    D. Buchanan; 1Sep57; LP10033.

  THE COLONEL BREAKS PAR. SEE The Phil Silvers Show.

  COLONEL CUPID. SEE Col. Humphrey J. Flack.

  COL. FLACK. SEE Col. Humphrey J. Flack.

  COL. FLACK AND THE GANGSTER. SEE Col. Humphrey J. Flack.

  COL. FLACK GETS KILT. SEE Col. Humphrey J. Flack.

  COL. FLACK TO THE RESCUE. SEE Col. Humphrey J. Flack.

  COL. FLACK’S BIG DEAL. SEE Col. Humphrey J. Flack.

  COLONEL GOLDBRICK. SEE The Bob Cummings Show, no. 135.

  COL. HUMPHREY J. FLACK. CBS Films. 30 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © CBS
    Films, Inc.

    Back to the Coal Mines. © 8Feb59; LP13589.

    The Big Wheels. © 30Nov58; LP12778.

    The Blackmailer. © 21Dec58; LP12780.

    Colonel Cupid. © 1Feb59 (in notice: 1958); LP13595.

    Col. Flack and the Counterfeiter. © 28Jun59; LP14333.

    Col. Flack and the Dragon. © 24May59; LP14335.

    Col. Flack and the Gangster. © 15Mar59; LP13591.

    Col. Flack and the Little Leaguers. © 19Apr59; LP14327.

    Col. Flack to the Rescue. © 14Dec58; LP12779.

    Col. Flack’s New Muffler. © 26Apr59; LP14337.

    The Diamond Ring. © 7Dec58; LP13169.

    The Emperor’s Snuff-Box. © 11Jan59 (in notice: 1958); LP13167.

    Flack and the Maharajah. © 25Jan59 (in notice: 1958); LP13596.

    Follow the Bouncing Meatball. © 5Apr59; LP14329.

    The Friendship Club. © 8Mar59; LP13590.

    Garviola, the Matador. © 3May59; LP14338.

    The Happy Medium. © 1Mar59; LP13594.

    A Horse of Another Color. © 29Mar59; LP14325.

    The Hypnotist. © 15Feb59; LP13592.

    In Flack We Trust. © 18Jan59 (in notice: 1958); LP13165.

    Lo, the Etruscans. © 5Jul59; LP14326.

    Pearls of Wisdom. © 31May59; LP14332.

    The Producer. © 22Feb59; LP13593.

    Spaceship Ahoy. © 7Jun59; LP14331.

    The Star-Maker. © 28Dec58; LP13168.

    Surplus. © 10May59; LP14339.

    The Treasure Hunt. © 4Jan59 (in notice: 1958); LP13166.

    The Tycoon. © 21Jun59; LP14334.

    Up from the Apes. © 14Jun59; LP14330.

    West of the Weirdos. © 12Apr59; LP14328.

  COL. HUMPHREY J. FLACK. CBS Television Film Sales or CBS Films. 30
    min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © CBS Television Film Sales, Inc., unless
    otherwise indicated.

    The Bank Teller. © 26Oct58; LP12430.

    Col. Flack Gets Kilt. © 12Oct58; LP12433.

    Col. Flack’s Big Deal. © CBS Films, Inc.; 23Nov58; LP12434.

    The Formula. © 19Oct58; LP12431.

    Lady Bluebeard. © 5Oct58 (in notice: 1957); LP12429.

    The Real Estate Caper. © CBS Films, Inc.; 9Nov58; LP12435.

    Saddle Sore. © 16Nov58; LP12432.

    Something for the Birds. © CBS Films, Inc.; 2Nov58; LP12436.

  COLONEL JACK’S BROTHER. SEE Circus Boy, no. 31.

  COLONEL MARCH OF SCOTLAND YARD. Panda Productions. 3 reels each, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. Based on the novel “The Department of Queer Complaints,”
    by Carter Dickson [pseud. of John Dickson Carr] © Panda Productions,
    Inc.

    The Case of the Kidnapped Poodle. © 30Jun54; LP4514.

    The Case of the Misguided Missal. Appl. title: Misguided Missal. ©
      16Jun54; LP4083.

    The Devil Sells His Soul. © 26May54; LP4515.

    Murder Is Permanent. © 12May54; LP4084.

    The Stolen Crime. © 23Jun54; LP4398.

    The Strange Event at Roman Fall. © 19May54; LP4397.

  THE COLONEL’S INHERITANCE. SEE The Phil Silvers Show.

  THE COLONEL’S PROMOTION. SEE The Phil Silvers Show.

  THE COLONEL’S REUNION. SEE The Phil Silvers Show.

  THE COLONEL’S SECOND HONEYMOON. SEE The Phil Silvers Show.

  COLONIAL EXPANSION OF EUROPEAN NATIONS. Coronet Instructional Films.
    13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division
    of Esquire, Inc.; 6Dec55; MP6783.

  COLONIAL FAMILY OF NEW FRANCE. Coronet Instructional Films. 13 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of
    Esquire, Inc.; 6May58; MP9272.

  COLONIAL LIFE IN NEW ENGLAND. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. Photographed in cooperation with Storrowton Village
    in Massachusetts. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of
    Esquire, Inc.; 24May55; MP6133.

  COLONIAL LIFE IN THE MIDDLE COLONIES. Coronet Instructional Films. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of
    Esquire, Inc.; 31May55; MP6132.

  COLONIAL LIFE IN THE SOUTH. Coronet Instructional Films. 13 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. Photographed in cooperation with Colonial Williamsburg in
    Virginia. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire,
    Inc.; 31May55; MP6130.

  COLONIAL LIVING: LIFE IN A COLONIAL HOME. International Film Bureau.
    Made by Visual Educational Films. 15 min., sd., color, 16mm. Eastman
    color. App. author: Wesley H. Greene. © International Film Bureau,
    Inc.; 1Jul57; MP8434.

  THE COLONIAL PRINTER. Colonial Williamsburg, 1952. 25 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. © Colonial Williamsburg, Inc.; 5Dec52; MP3323.

  COLONIAL SHIPBUILDING AND SEA TRADE. Coronet Instructional Films. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of
    Esquire, Inc.; 4Nov58; MP9429.

  COLOR. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 6 min., sd., color, 16mm. (Art
    in Action Series) Kodachrome. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films, Inc.; 18Aug54; MP5925.

  COLOR AND TEXTURE IN ALUMINUM FINISHES. Aluminum Co. of America. Made
    by On Film. 18 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Aluminum Co. of America;
    12Feb57 (in notice: 1956); LP10427.

  COLOR KEYING IN ART AND LIVING. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1951.
    10 min., sd., color, 35mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc.;
    26Apr51; MP1267.

  COLOR MAGIC. Interchemical Corp. Made by Wilding Picture Productions.
    23 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Interchemical Corp.; 2Aug57; MP8574.

  THE COLOR STORY. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 9 min., sd., Eastman color, 35mm. © Chevrolet Motor
    Division of General Motor Division of General Motors Corp.; 23Dec57;
    MU6429.

  COLORADO AMBUSH. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1951. 51 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 14Jan51; LP635.

  COLORADO CLIMAX. Chevrolet Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization.
    765 ft., b&w, 35mm. © Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corp.;
    18Jan56; MU6013.

  COLORADO GOLD. SEE The Lone Ranger.

  COLORADO HOLIDAY. Wilding Picture Productions. Released by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Color
    by DeLuxe. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 6May55; MP6325.

  COLORADO RANGER. Lippert Productions, Inc., 1950. 55 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Lippert Productions, Inc.; 2May50; LP128.

  COLORADO RIVER EXPEDITION. Boy Scouts of America, 1950. 21 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. (Exploring Trail Skills Series) © Boy Scouts of
    America; 31Jun50; LP286.

  COLORADO SUNDOWN. Republic, 1952. 67 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Republic
    Pictures Corp.; 23Jan52 (in notice: 1951); LP1515.

  COLORFUL HOLLAND. (James A. Fitzpatrick Traveltalk) Loew’s Inc., 1950.
    An MGM picture. 9 min., sd., color, 35mm. © Loew’s Inc.; 15Feb50 (in
    notice: 1949); MP5093.

  COLORS AND MODELS. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 9 min., sd., Eastman color, 35mm. © Chevrolet Motor
    Division of General Motors Corp.; 5Mar59; MU6667.

  THE COLORS OF THE DAY. SEE The Man Who Understood Women.

  THE COLOSSUS OF NEW YORK. William Alland Productions. Released by
    Paramount Pictures Corp. 70 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a story
    by Willis Goldbeck. © Paramount Pictures Corp. & William Alland
    Productions, Inc.; 18Jun58; LP12065.

  COLOURFUL COURTSHIP. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd.,
    color, 35mm. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 1May58; MP9016.

  THE COLT. SEE Lassie.

  COLT .45. Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc., 1950. 74 min., sd., color,
    35mm. © Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc.; 22May50; LP123.

  COLUMBA. SEE Vendetta.

  COLUMBIA PICTURES DOING BURNS AND ALLEN STORY. SEE The George Burns
    and Gracie Allen Show, no. 78.

  THE COLUMBIA RIVER HIGHWAY. Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors
    Corp. [1952] Produced by Jam Handy Organization. 270 ft., color,
    35mm. © Chevrolet Division, General Motors Corp.; 22Apr52; MU5422.

  COLUMN SOUTH. Universal Pictures Co., 1953. 85 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    A Universal International picture. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    10Mar53; LP2431.

  COMANCHE. Carl Krueger Co. Released by United Artists Corp. 87 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Color by DeLuxe. © Carl Krueger Co.,
    Inc.; 3Mar56; LP6409.

  COMANCHE. SEE

    Have Gun - Will Travel.

    Tonka.

  COMANCHE TERRITORY. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., 1950. 76 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 17Mar50; LP20.

  COMBAT SERGEANT. Films for Television of Hollywood. Released by
    National Telefilm Associates. 27 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl.
    author: Universal Pictures Co. © Films for Television of Hollywood,
    Inc.

    All Faces East. © 1Feb56; LP7526.

    Dark Alleys of Algiers. © 1Feb56; LP7524.

    Desert Falcon. © 1Feb56; LP7529.

    Desert Vengeance. © 1Feb56; LP7523.

    Destined for Death (Destined to Death). © 1Feb56; LP7522.

    Destruction at Dawn. © 1Feb56; LP7521.

    East of Algiers. © 1Feb56; LP7520.

    The Fatal Hour. © 1Feb56; LP7525.

    Flight to Eternity. © 1Feb56; LP7708.

    Mission to Mademoiselle. © 1Feb56; LP7519.

    Pass into Danger. © 1Feb56; LP7530.

    Terrors of Arabia. © 1Feb56; LP7528.

    Trap of the Killer. © 1Feb56; LP7527.

  COMBAT SQUAD. Jack Broder Productions. Released by Columbia Pictures
    Corp. 72 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Oct53;
    LP3073.

  COMBUSTION. Manufacturing Chemists’ Assn. Made by John Sutherland
    Productions. 15 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Manufacturing Chemists’
    Assn., Inc.; 9Jun58; MP9112.

  COME AND FIND ME. Pure Oil Co. Made by Wilding Picture Productions. 22
    min., sd., Eastman color, 16mm. © Pure Oil Co.; 18Mar57; MP9654.

  COME BACK. SEE

    The Adventures of Ellery Queen.

    Big Town, no. 48.

    Crossroads.

    The Westinghouse-Desilu Playhouse, no. 11.

    Wire Service.

  COME BACK, LITTLE SHEBA. Wallis-Hazen, Inc. Released by Paramount
    Pictures Corp., 1953. 99 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the play of
    the same title by William Inge. © Wallis Hazen, Inc.; 1Feb53 (in
    notice: 1952); LP2436.

  COME BACK LITTLE WITNESS. SEE City Detective.

  COME FILL THE CUP. Warner Bros. Pictures, 1951. 112 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the novel of the same title by Harlan Ware. © Warner
    Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 22Oct51; LP1229.

  COME NEXT SPRING. Republic Pictures Corp. 92 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Trucolor. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 2Dec55; LP6092.

  THE COME-ON. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 83 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    SuperScope. Perspecta sound. Based on the novel by Whitman Chambers.
    © Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 15Mar56; LP5990.

  COME ON, RED. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 63.

  COME ON SEVEN. Columbia Pictures Corp. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 23Feb56; LP5954.

  COME ON TO MARS’ HOUSE. SEE Mr. Adams and Eve.

  COME PRIMA MEGLIO DI PRIMA. SEE Never Say Goodbye.

  THE COMEDIANS. SEE Mr. Adams and Eve.

  COMFORT FOR THE GRAVE. SEE Suspicion.

  COMIC BOOK. SEE Big Town, no. 135.

  COMIC BOOK LAND. (Terrytoon) Terrytoons, Inc. Distributed by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp., 1949. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. ©
    Terrytoons, Inc.; 23Dec49; LP2793.

  THE COMIC STRIP TEASE. SEE Mr. and Mrs. North, no. 10.

  COMIN’ ROUND THE MOUNTAIN. Universal Pictures Co., 1951. 77 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 28May51; LP972.

  COMING OF THE FOUNDERS; INDEPENDENCE, TEXAS, 1845. Marion Riddick
    Productions. 60 min., sd., Kodachrome, 16mm. © Marion Riddick
    Productions, Inc.; 28Nov58; MU6526.

  THE COMMAND. Warner Bros. Pictures. 12 reels, sd., color, 35mm.
    CinemaScope. Warnercolor. Based on a novel by James Warner Bellah. ©
    Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 6Apr55; LP4542.

  COMMAND PERFORMANCE. SEE Mr. Adams and Eve.

  THE COMMANDER & THE KID. SEE Navy Log.

  COMMANDER CRABB. SEE The Silent Enemy.

  COMMANDO CODY. Republic Pictures Corp. 30 min. each, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Appl. title: Commando Cody, Sky Marshall of the Universe. © Republic
    Pictures Corp.

    3. Cosmic Vengeance. © 27Feb53; LP2842.

    4. Nightmare Typhoon. © 18May53; LP2778.

    5. War of the Space Giants. © 4Jun53; LP2767.

    6. Destroyers of the Sun. © 4Jun53; LP2768.

    7. Robot Monster from Mars. Appl. title: Robot Monster of Mars. ©
      4Jun53; LP2841.

    8. Hydrogen Hurricane. © 6Jul53; LP2834.

    9. Solar Sky Riders. © 27Jul53; LP2939.

    10. S.O.S. Ice Age. © 17Jul53; LP2934.

    11. Lost in Outer Space. © 23Jul53; LP2938.

    12. Captives of the Zero Hour. © 27Jul53; LP2937.

  COMMANDO CODY. Republic Pictures Corp., 1953. 30 min. each, sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Republic Pictures Corp.

    1. Enemies of the Universe. © 17Feb53; LP2616.

    2. Atomic Peril. © 27Feb53; LP2617.

  THE COMMERCIAL. Interstate Bakeries Corp. Made by Walter Lantz
    Productions. 20 sec., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Walter Lantz Productions,
    Inc.; 1Sep57; LP11945.

  COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL WINDOWS AND DOORS. Truscon Division. Made by
    Wilding Picture Productions. 36 min., sd., Kodachrome, 16mm. ©
    Truscon Division, Republic Steel Corp.; 23Jan59; MP9418.

  COMMERCIAL FOR MARTHA WRIGHT SHOW. Maxon-Packard. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 1 min., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.;
    1Jun54; MU5724.

  COMMERCIAL FOR MARTHA WRIGHT SHOW. Mason-Packard. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 20 sec., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.;
    1Jun54; MU5745.

  COMMERCIALS. Corning Glass. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 5 motion
    pictures, b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 25Jan57;
    MU6254-6258.

  COMMITTED. Ladd Enterprises. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Ladd
    Enterprises, Inc.; 31Dec54; LP5248.

  COMMON HEART DISORDERS AND THEIR CAUSES. McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by
    Audio Productions. 17 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Health Education
    Series) Correlated with Textbook of Healthful Living, by Harold S.
    Diehl. © McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 29May56; MP7247.

  COMMON SEAMS. SEE Sew Easy, no. 11.

  COMMOTION ON THE OCEAN. Columbia Pictures Corp. 2 reels, sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 8Nov56; LP7429.

  COMMUNICATION IN THE MODERN WORLD. Coronet Instructional Films. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of
    Esquire, Inc.; 9Mar59; MP9620.

  COMMUNICATIONS. McGraw-Hill Book Co. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (Personnel Management Series) Correlated with the book Personnel
    Management, by Walter Dill Scott, Robert C. Clothier, and William R.
    Spriegel. © McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 19Oct53; MP4039.

  THE COMMUNICATIONS CASEBOOK. Henry Strauss & Co. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    16mm. Appl. author: John Von Arnold. NM: additions. © Henry Strauss
    A Co., Inc.; 1Nov56; MP8114.

  COMMUNISM. Coronet, 1952. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Are You Ready for
    Service? No. 12) © David A. Smart; 13Mar52; MP2189.

  COMMUNITY CHEST. SEE Fury.

  COMMUNITY GOVERNMENTS: HOW THEY FUNCTION. Coronet Instructional Films.
    13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: John Day Larkin. © John
    Smart; 15Jun53; MP3687.

  COMMUNITY HEALTH AND YOU. McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by Audio
    Productions. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Health and Safety for You
    Series) Correlated with Health and Safety for You, by Harold S.
    Diehl and Anita D. Laton. © McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 29Dec54;
    MP5802.

  COMMUNITY HEALTH IS UP TO YOU. McGraw-Hill Book Co. 19 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 7Apr59; MP9512.

  COMMUNITY SCHOOL SYSTEM. SEE The Search.

  COMPANY FOR CHRISTMAS. SEE The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, no.
    168.

  THE COMPANY SHE KEEPS. RKO Radio Pictures, 1950. 83 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 31Dec50; LP732.

  COMPANY’S COMING. Wilding Picture Productions, prepared for the
    University of Chicago, 1950. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © The
    University of Chicago; 2Mar50; LP252.

  COMPETITION. SEE Wanted: Dead or Alive, no. 6348.

  COMPETITION AND BIG BUSINESS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. Produced
    in collaboration with the Brookings Institution. 22 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. Kodachrome. Based on a study by Dr. A. D. H. Kaplan. ©
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 27Apr53 (in notice: 1952);
    MP4021.

  COMPLAINER. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization.
    1 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Chevrolet Motor Division of General Motors
    Corp.; 5Feb58; MU6444.

  THE COMPLETE BUTTON BOOK. SEE Buttons Through the Years.

  COMPLETELY NEW. Chevrolet Motor Division [1953] Produced by Jam Handy
    Organization. 75 ft., color, 35mm. © Chevrolet Motor Division,
    General Motors Corp.; 16Feb53; MU5514.

  THE COMPLETION OF THE FIRST TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILROAD. SEE You Are
    There.

  COMPONENT LOCATIONS. International Business Machines Corp. 1525 ft.,
    b&w, 16mm. © International Business Machines Corp.; 2Mar59; MU6642.

  COMPULSION. Darryl F. Zanuck Productions. Released by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp. 103 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel
    by Meyer Levin. © Darryl F. Zanuck Productions, Inc.; 1Apr59;
    LP13441.

  THE CON MAN. SEE The Bob Cummings Show, no. 58.

  THE CON MEN. SEE You’ll Never Get Rich.

  THE CONCEPT OF FUNCTION. McGraw-Hill Book Co. 17 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    © McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 2Mar59; MP9465.

  A CONCEPT OF MATERNAL AND NEONATAL CARE. George Washington University
    School of Medicine with the Medical Film Institute of the
    Association of American Medical Colleges, 1951. 26 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © The School of Medicine of George Washington University;
    1Nov51; MP2008.

  CONCERNING A WOMAN OF SIN. SEE Actors and Sin.

  CONCRETE JUNGLE. SEE Man Against Crime, May 30, 1954.

  CONCUSSION. SEE Lassie.

  THE CONDEMNED. SEE The Sound of Fury.

  THE CONDEMNED MAN. Lone Ranger, Inc., 1952. Produced by Jack Chertok
    Productions. 26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George W. Trendle.
    Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, Inc., employer for hire. ©
    The Lone Ranger, Inc.; 11Dec52; LP2420.

  CONDITIONING OF STEEL ROUNDS. Union Carbide Corp. 10 min., Kodachrome,
    16mm. © Union Carbide Corp.; 6Feb56; MU6615.

  CONDRILLON. SEE Cinderella.

  THE CONDUCT OF CONGRESSIONAL INVESTIGATIONS. Jefferson Productions.
    Released by McGraw-Hill Book Co. 26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Problems
    of Democracy) From the CBS television program, See It Now. Producers
    and editors, Edward R. Murrow, Fred W. Friendly. © Jefferson
    Productions, Inc.; 27Jul55; MP6526.

  CONDUCTING GOOD MUSIC. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 13 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. (Symphony Orchestra Series) With film guide. ©
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 16Nov56; MP8133.

  CONEY ISLAND HOLIDAY. Warner Bros. Pictures. 9 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Stereophonic sound. Warnercolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 1Apr54; MP6470.

  CONEY ISLAND WEDDING. SEE Crossroads.

  CONFESSION. Pyramid Productions, Inc., 1950. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Based in part on Guy de Maupassant’s story, “La Petite Roque.” ©
    General Television Enterprises, Inc.; 6Mar50 (in notice: 1949);
    LP2870.

  THE CONFESSION. SEE

    Big Town, no. 42.

    Crusader.

  CONFESSIONS OF FELIX KRULL. Filmaufbau. Released by Distributors Corp.
    of America. 107 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel by Thomas
    Mann. © Distributors Corp. of America; 4Mar58; LP10538.

  CONFIDENCE. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co. 80
    sec. Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald Co., employer for hire of Glenn
    Wilson, author of script. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 28Feb58; MU6451.

  CONFIDENCE GIRL. Fanwill Productions. Released by United Artists
    Corp., 1952. 81 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Fanwill Productions, Inc.
    (in notice: Fanwill Productions, Inc.); 20Jun52; LP1923.

  CONFIDENTIAL FILE. Confidential Telepictures. Released by Guild Films.
    26 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Confidential Telepictures, Inc. (in
    notice: Confidential Telepictures Co., Inc.)

    Abortions. © 11Nov55; MP8244.

    Alcoholic Sanitaria. © 7Feb56 (in notice: 1955); MP8256.

    Atascedero. © 6Mar56 (in notice: 1955); MP8255.

    Barbiturates. © 30Sep55; MP8236.

    Boiler Room Operation. © 13Sep55; MP8247.

    Camarillo. © 8May56 (in notice: 1955); MP8266.

    Child Molesters. © 15Oct55; MP8241.

    Children of Divorce. © 20Dec55; MP8249.

    Deaf Children. © 20Mar56 (in notice: 1955); MP8264.

    Epilepsy. © 27Sep55; MP8254.

    Exceptional Children. © 25Oct55; MP8245.

    Ex-Convict. © 29May56 (in notice: 1955); MP8274.

    Facial Rejuvenation. © 31Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP8261.

    Fair Trial. © 1May56 (in notice: 1955); MP8260.

    Guns in the Home. © 15May56 (in notice: 1955); MP8257.

    Heist Man. © 24Apr56 (in notice: 1955); MP8273.

    Horror Comic Books. © 6Sep55; MP8238.

    Hot Rods. © 20Sep55; MP8251.

    Junior Blind. © 10Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP8267.

    Kid Games. © 1Oct55; MP8248.

    Little People. © 20Sep55; MP8250.

    Lysergic Acid. © 3Apr56 (in notice: 1955); MP8268.

    Mambo. © 25Nov55; MP8243.

    Medical Quacks. © 21Sep55; MP8240.

    Mental Breakdown. © 13Dec55; MP8252.

    Models. © 13Mar56 (in notice: 1955); MP8263.

    Music Publishing Racket. © 4Oct55; MP8237.

    Narcotics. © 3Sep55; MP8253.

    Old Age (Gerontology). © 14Feb56 (in notice: 1955); MP8258.

    Pigeon Drop. © 24Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP8271.

    Private Eye. © 21Oct55; MP8242.

    Psychologist. © 21Feb56 (in notice: 1955); MP8272.

    Pyromania. © 22May56 (in notice: 1955); MP8262.

    Religious Quacks. © 17Apr56 (in notice: 1955); MP8270.

    Road Back. © 6Dec55; MP8246.

    Sex Education. © 10Apr56 (in notice: 1955); MP8269.

    Story of Hollywood Starlet. © 30Sep55; MP8239.

    Suicide. © 27Mar56 (in notice: 1955); MP8265.

    Teenagers. © 28Feb56 (in notice: 1955); MP8259.

  CONFIDENTIAL MISSION. SEE The Charlie Farrell Show.

  CONFIDENTIALLY CONNIE. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s, 1953.
    71 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a story by Max Shulman and Herman
    Wouk. © Loew’s Incorporated; 15Jan53 (in notice: 1952); LP2295.

  CONFIRM OR DENY. SEE Wire Service.

  CONFLICT. Cathedral Films. 30 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Living Christ
    Series, no. 8) With teachers’ study guide. Written by Arthur T.
    Horman. © Cathedral Films, Inc.; 1Dec55; MP6891.

  CONFLICT. Herbert Kerkow, Inc. Released by McGraw-Hill Book Co. 18
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Psychology Series) © McGraw-Hill Book Co.,
    Inc.; 15Aug56; MP7509.

  CONFLICT. SEE The Loretta Young Show, nos. 4021-19.

  THE CONGENIAL LIARS. SEE City Detective.

  CONGO CROSSING. Universal Pictures Co. 85 min., sd., color, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. Technicolor. Based on a story by
    Houston Branch. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 10May56; LP6451.

  CONGOLAISE. Trinity Productions, Inc. Released by Film Classics, Inc.,
    1950. 80 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Trinity Productions, Inc.; 31Mar50;
    LP78.

  CONGRATULATIONS. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organisation. 1 min., color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Chevrolet Motor
    Division of General Motors Corp.; 15Mar54; MU5650.

  THE CONGRESS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 20 min., sd., b&w 16mm.
    With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 9Dec54;
    MP5850.

  THE CONGRESS DANCES. Neusser-Film and Cosmos-Film, Vienna (appl.
    states Germany) Released in the U. S. by Republic Pictures Corp. 10
    reels, sd., Trucolor, 35mm. CinemaScope. Based on the UFA Film by
    Norbert Falk and Robert Liebman. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 5Nov55;
    LP9551.

  CONKLIN PLAYS DETECTIVE. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 33.

  CONKLIN’S LOVE NEST. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 24.

  CONNECTICUT STATE POLICE. SEE Man Against Crime, June 27, 1954.

  CONNEE BOSWELL AND ADA LEONARD. Universal, 1952. 15 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 6May52; LP1724.

  CONNEE BOSWELL & LES BROWN’S ORCHESTRA. Universal International, 1950.
    15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 31Aug50;
    MP515.

  CONNIE AND BONNIE. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 109.

  CONNIE AND FRANKIE. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 124.

  CONNIE COMES TO TOWN. SEE Judge Roy Bean.

  CONNIE HAINES TELESCRIPTIONS. Snader Telescriptions Corp., 1951. 17
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Snader Telescriptions Corp.; 15Mar51;
    MP1426.

  CONNIE MACK. RKO Pathe. Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, 1950. 8
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope Series, no. 4) © RKO Pathe, Inc.;
    15Dec50; MP1026.

  THE CONNOISSEUR. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 175.

  CONQUERING THE SURF. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1952. 1 reel,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. (Mel Allen’s Sport Show) © Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp.; 7Mar52; MP2533.

  THE CONQUEROR. RKO Radio Pictures. 111 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    CinemaScope. Technicolor. © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 31Dec55;
    LP6094.

  THE CONQUERORS. SEE Wanted: Dead or Alive, no. 6336.

  CONQUEST. Columbia Broadcasting System. 60 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    © Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.

    Brain Research Episode. © 16Nov58; LP12800.

    Chemo-Therapy Research Episode. © 14Dec58; LP12799.

    1. Dec. 1, 1957. © 27Nov57; LP10924.

    2. Jan. 19, 1958. © 15Jan58; LP10925.

    3. Mar. 9, 1958. © 6Mar58; LP10926.

    4. Apr. 13, 1958. © 10Apr58; LP10927.

  CONQUEST OF COCHISE. Columbia Pictures Corp. 8 reels, sd., color,
    35mm. Technicolor. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 3Sep53; LP2887.

  CONQUEST OF SPACE. Paramount Pictures Corp. 80 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Technicolor. Based on a Book by Chesley Bonestell and Willy Ley. ©
    Paramount Pictures Corp.; 1Mar55 (in notice: 1954); LP4538.

  CONQUEST OF THE AIR. SEE Air Power, no. 11.

  CONQUEST OF UNGAVA. RKO-Pathe. 15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © RKO-Pathe,
    Inc.; 9Jan53; MP3707.

  THE CONRAD NAGEL THEATER. Andre Luotto Productions. Released by Guild
    Films Co. 27 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Andre Luotto Productions,
    Inc.

    Ask Me No Questions, by John McGrew. Based on a short story by
      Honore de Balzac. © 27Nov54 (in notice: 1953); LP9682.

    Blakeman’s Bottle, by Mel London. © 27Nov54 (in notice: 1953);
      LP9681.

    A Bride for a Violin, by J. Bruno Foster. © 27Nov54 (in notice:
      1953); LP9669.

    Carmen Without Roses, by Sam Twining. © 27Nov54 (in notice: 1953);
      LP9678.

    Giulietta and Romeo, by Tom Sterling. © 27Nov54 (in notice: 1953);
      LP9671.

    The Gypsy, by Claude Kells. © 27Nov54 (in notice: 1953); LP9666.

    The House in the Sea, by Franco Lalli. © 27Nov54 (in notice: 1953);
      LP9683.

    In the Service of the Emperor, by John Anderson. © 27Nov54 (in
      notice: 1953); LP9667.

    The Model Couple, by Franco Lalli. © 27Nov54 (in notice: 1953);
      LP9675.

    Of Pigs and Kings, by Tom Sterling. From a Poem of Trilussa. ©
      27Nov54 (in notice: 1953); LP9679.

    The Other Don Juan, by Sam Twining. © 27Nov54 (in notice: 1953);
      LP9676.

    The Queen of Spades, by Tom Sterling. Suggested by a story by
      Aleksander Pushkin. © 27Nov54 (in notice: 1953); LP9684.

    The Sandman, by Tom Sterling. © 27Nov54 (in notice: 1953); LP9677.

    The Storm, by Paul Levi. © 27Nov54 (in notice: 1953); LP9673.

    The Temple of Truth, by Trueman Clay, from a story by John Anderson.
      © 27Nov54 (in notice: 1953); LP9668.

    The Three Searchers, by Tom Sterling. © 27Nov54 (in notice: 1953);
      LP9670.

    To Whom It May Concern, by Sam Twining. © 27Nov54 (in notice: 1953);
      LP9672.

    Tomorrow Is the Avenger, by Mel London. © 27Nov54 (in notice: 1953);
      LP9680.

    The Unknown Madonna, by Jonathan Hinder. © 27Nov54 (in notice:
      1953); LP9674.

  CONSCRIPT. SEE The Gray Ghost, no. 23.

  CONSERVATION IRRIGATION. Irrigation Equipment Co., 1952. Produced by
    Keith M. Covey Productions. 22 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Keith M.
    Covey Productions; 1Feb52; MP2236.

  CONSERVATION IRRIGATION. Keith M. Covey Productions for the Irrigation
    Equipment Co. © 1951. 22 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Keith M. Covey
    Productions; 12Dec51; MU5365.

  THE CONSORT. SEE Telephone Time.

  CONSPIRACY. SEE Wire Service.

  CONSPIRACY IN KYOTO. Audio-Visual Center, Indiana University, 1953. 13
    min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Indiana University; 1Apr53;
    MP3654.

  THE CONSTANT HUSBAND. London Films. Released in the U. S. by Stratford
    Pictures Corp. 88 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. © British
    Lion Films, Ltd.; 10Dec54; LP7326.

  THE CONSTELLATIONS. Field Trip Films. 7 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Field
    Trip Films, Carl Dorman, sole owner; 20Oct56; MP7790.

  THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films.
    22 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica
    Films, Inc.; 28Feb56 (in notice: 1955); MP7677.

  CONSTRUCTIVE CHEMISTRY. SEE John Kieran’s Kaleidoscope, no. 18.

  THE CONSULATE. SEE Big Town, no. 71.

  CONTACT. SEE Jane Wyman Theatre.

  CONTACT ULCERS AND GRANULOMAS OF THE VOCAL CORDS. SEE Respiratory
    Cancer.

  THE CONTEST. SEE

    Hawkeye and the Last of the Mohicans.

    Lassie.

  A CONTEST OF LADIES. SEE Schlitz Playhouse.

  CONTINENTAL. Ford Motor Co. Made by Raphael G. Wolff Studios. 15 min.,
    sd., color, 16mm. © Ford Motor Co.; 4Oct55; MP6753.

  CONTINENTAL HOLIDAY. Vitaphone Corp. 20 min., sd., color, 35mm. A
    Warner Bros. short subject. Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 15Aug55
    (in notice: 1953); MP6278.

  CONTOUR CHAIR. SEE December Bride, no. 112.

  CONTRABAND. SEE The Gray Ghost, no. 34.

  CONTRABAND SPAIN. Diadem Films, London. Released by Associated
    British-Pathe. 82 min., sd., Eastman color, 35mm. © Associated
    British-Pathe, Ltd.; 5Apr55; LP9642.

  CONTROL OF BLEEDING. SEE First Aid Filmettes.

  THE CONTROL OF LOW CARBON CAPPED STEEL AT THE PLATFORM. United States
    Steel Corp. Made by Wilding Picture Productions. 8 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. (USS Quality Series, Metallurgical Process Control) © United
    States Steel Corp.; 1Jul57; MP8469.

  CONTROL OF RIMMING ACTION—USE OF MOLD ADDITIONS. United States Steel
    Corp. Made by Wilding Picture Productions. 9 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (USS Quality Series, Metallurgical Process Control) © United States
    Steel Corp.; 1Jul57; MP8468.

  CONTROL YOUR EMOTIONS. Coronet, 1950. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © David
    A. Smart; 15May50; MP287.

  CONTROLLING BEHAVIOR THROUGH REINFORCEMENT. Herbert Kerkow, Inc.
    Released by McGraw-Hill Book Co. (Psychology Series) © McGraw-Hill
    Book Co., Inc.; 15Aug56; MP7512.

  CONVERSATION OVER A CORPSE. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  THE CONVERSION. Cathedral Films. Approx. 28 min., sd., sepia, 16mm.
    (Life of St. Paul Series, no. 2) With teachers’ study guide. Appl.
    author: Adele Seymour. © Cathedral Films, Inc.; 1Apr49; LP6417.

  THE CONVICT. SEE Lassie.

  CONVICT AT LARGE. Range Rider Productions, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Range Rider Productions; 21May53; LP2611.

  CONVICT CONCERTO. Universal Pictures Co. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker Cartune) A Universal International
    picture. Technicolor. © Universal International; 22Nov54; MP5269.

  CONVICT 1321, AGE 12. SEE Crossroads.

  CONVICTED. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 91 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based upon a play by Martin Flavin. © Columbia Pictures Corp.;
    25Jul50; LP226.

  THE COOKIE JAR. SEE The People’s Choice, no. 14.

  COOKIE’S SECRET. SEE The Red Skelton Show, no. 20.

  COOKIN’ WITH GAGS. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Popeye the Sailor Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 12Jan55 (in
    notice: 1954); LP4376.

  COOKING OUTDOORS. SEE The Magic Bunny in Cooking Outdoors.

  COOL AND GROOVY. Universal Pictures Co. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    15Jun56; LP6715.

  COOL CHIPS. Cincinnati Milling Machine Co., 1952. Produced by Wilding
    Picture Productions. 27 min., sd., color, 16mm. © The Cincinnati
    Milling Machine Co.; 1Nov52; MP2964.

  THE COOL ONE. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  COOPER CHEESE TELEVISION COMMERCIALS. W. S. Pope and Sons. 1 reel,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: J. Gordon Manchester Advertising, Inc.
    © W. S. Pope and Sons; 15Nov54; MP5471.

  COOPERATION, COMPETITION, CONFLICT. SEE Sociology Series.

  COOTER. SEE Gunsmoke.

  COP HATER. Barbizon Productions, presented by Helprin-Crown. Released
    by United Artists Corp. 75 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel
    by Ed McBain. © Barbizon Productions, Inc.; 30Jul57; LP12204.

  THE COP KILLER. SEE

    Crusader.

    The Line-Up, no. 9.

  COP SHOOTING. SEE The Line-Up, no. 12.

  COPENHAGEN, CITY OF TOWERS. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 9
    min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. (James A. FitzPatrick’s
    Traveltalks) © Loew’s Incorporated; 18Jun53; MP4937.

  COPPER CANYON. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1950. 83 min., sd., color,
    35mm. © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 6Oct50 (in notice: 1949); LP391.

  COPPER HILLS. B. B. Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on
    characters created by Clarence E. Mulford. © B. B. Productions;
    15Jan54 (in notice: 1953); LP3800.

  COPPER—MINING AND SMELTING. Viking Pictures Corp. Released by
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc., 1950. 1 reel, sd., color, 16mm.
    © Viking Pictures Corp.; 6Feb50 (in notice: 1949); MP14.

  COPPER SKY. Regal Films. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.
    77 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. RegalScope. An Emirau production. ©
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 18Sep57; LP9310.

  COPPER, STEWARD OF THE NATION. Avalon Daggett Productions. 13 min.,
    sd., color, 16mm. © Avalon Daggett; 6Nov59; MP9783.

  COPPER TOWN. SEE The Adventures of Kit Carson.

  COPPER WIRE. SEE The Sheriff of Cochise, no. 39.

  COPPERHEAD. SEE I Spy.

  COPS IS TOPS. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Popeye the Sailor Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 4Nov55;
    LP5482.

  COPTERS AND COWS. Vitaphone Corp. 17 min., sd., color, 35mm. A Warner
    Bros. short subject. Warnercolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 3Mar56; MP8028.

  COPTERS AND ROBBERS. SEE Whirlybirds, no. 57.

  CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA—SUNLAND ON BISCAYNE BAY. Jam Handy Organization
    for Chevrolet. Motor Division, General Motors Corp. © 1951. 270 ft.,
    sd., color, 35mm. © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 3Apr51;
    MU5293.

  CORAZON DE CASTILLA. International Film Bureau. 10 min., sd., color,
    16mm. (Spanish Language Film, no. 2) Kodachrome. Appl. author:
    Wesley H. Greene. Appl. title: Spanish Film Reader Series: Corazon
    de Castilla. © International Film Bureau, Inc.; 20Feb53; MP4119.

  UN CORAZON EN EL REUDO. (A Heart in the Bull Ring) E. Fernandez
    Chamorro, Mexico. Released in the U. S. by Clasa-Mohme. 97 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a plot by Jorge Cardena. © Importadora,
    Inc.; 1Jan50; LP12111.

  CORKY. SEE The D. A.’s Man.

  CORKY AND THE CIRCUS DOCTOR. SEE Circus Boy, no. 5.

  CORKY OF GASOLINE ALLEY. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 80 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on the comic strip, “Gasoline Alley,” by Frank O.
    King. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 28Sep51; LP1207.

  CORKY’S BIG PARADE. SEE Circus Boy, no. 23.

  CORN CHIPS. Walt Disney Productions. Distributed by RKO Radio
    Pictures, 1950. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Donald Duck Cartoon) ©
    Walt Disney Productions; 3Feb50; LP865.

  CORN PLASTERED. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1951. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Merrie Melodies Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 16Apr51 (in notice:
    1950); MP1148.

  CORNADA. SEE General Electric Theatre.

  CORNELL UNIVERSITY, AUTOMOBILE SAFETY RESEARCH. SEE The Search.

  THE CORNER. SEE Wanted: Dead or Alive, no. 6354.

  THE CORNER STORE. SEE La Tienda de la Esquina.

  CORNY CASANOVAS. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1952. 17 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1May52; LP1749.

  THE CORNY CASSIDY CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  CORPORAL CARSON. SEE Adventures of Rin-Tin-Tin, no. 105.

  THE CORPSE OF PLEASANT AVENUE. SEE Calling Scotland Yard.

  THE CORPSE ON THE CAROUSEL. SEE City Detective.

  CORRAL CUTIES. Universal Pictures Co. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    1May54; MP4720.

  CORRALING SHIPPING FEVER. Chas. Pfizer & Co. Made by Star
    Informational Films. 15 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Chas. Pfizer &
    Co., Inc.; 12Aug56; MP8632.

  CORRIDOR OF MIRRORS. Apollo Films, England. A Prestige picture.
    Released in the U.S. by Universal Pictures Co., Inc., 1948. 12
    reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a novel by Chris Massey. © Apollo
    Films; 24Jul48; LP406.

  CORROSION EATS UP THE MONEY. American Petroleum Institute. Made by Jam
    Handy Organization. 7 min., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization,
    Inc.; 21Mar55; MU5865.

  CORROSION IN ACTION. International Nickel Co. [1952] sd., color, 16mm.
    © The International Nickel Co., Inc.

    1. The Nature of Corrosion: Anode and Cathode Processes. 800 ft. ©
      2Apr52; MU5378.

    2. Origins and Characteristics of Corrosion Currents. 1000 ft. ©
      2Apr52; MU5379.

    3. Passivity and Protective Films. 800 ft. © 2Apr52; MU5380.

  CORVAIR BY CHEVROLET. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Campbell-Ewald
    Co. 150 sec. Author of script: Fred Lounsberry. Appl. author:
    Campbell-Ewald Co., employer for hire. © Campbell-Ewald Co.;
    16Nov59; MU6814.

  COSMETIQUE ET PRODUITS BIOLOGIQUES. Georges Pauly. 1 reel, Kodachrome,
    8mm. © Georges Pauly; 23May58; MU6474.

  THE COSMIC MAN. Futura Pictures. Released by Allied Artists Pictures
    Corp. 72 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Futura Pictures, Inc.; 13Jan59 (in
    notice: 1958); LP12644.

  COSMIC VENGEANCE. SEE Commando Cody, no. 3.

  THE COSMOPOLITAN BUNCO CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  THE COSTUME DESIGNER. RKO Radio Pictures in cooperation with the
    Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, 1949. 9 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 31Dec49; MP588.

  THE COSTUME PARTY. SEE The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, no.
    222.

  COUNSELING ADOLESCENTS. SEE

    The Counselor’s Day.

    Diagnosis and Planning Adjustments.

    Using Analytical Tools.

  THE COUNSELOR’S DAY. McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by the University of
    Minnesota. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Counseling Adolescents Series)
    Correlated with Counseling Adolescents, by E. G. Williamson. ©
    McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 29Dec54; MP5798.

  COUNT BASIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA TELESCRIPTIONS. Snader Telescriptions
    Corp., 1951. 19 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Snader Telescriptions Corp.;
    1Apr51 (in notice: 1950); MP1381.

  COUNT FIVE AND DIE. Zonic Productions. Released by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp. 10 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. CinemaScope. A true
    story from the annals of the Office of Strategic Services of the
    United States. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 8Mar58 (in
    notice: 1957); LP10299.

  THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO. Vision Productions. Made by Television
    Programs of America. Approx. 26 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on
    the novel by Alexandre Dumas. © Vision Productions, Inc., unless
    otherwise indicated.

    Affair of Honor. © 3Oct55; LP8925.

    The Affair of the Three Napoleons. © Television Programs of America,
      Inc.; 3Oct55; LP8941.

    Albania. © Television Program of America, Inc.; 12Mar56; LP8945.

    Andorra. © 6Feb56 (in notice: 1955); LP8928.

    Art of Terror. © Television Programs of America, Inc.; 19Mar56;
      LP8951.

    Athens. © Television Programs of America, Inc.; 15Jun56; LP8954.

    The Barefoot Empress. © Television Programs of America, Inc.;
      21Jun56; LP8950.

    The Black Death. © 3Oct55; LP8927.

    Bordeaux. © Television Programs of America, Inc.; 3Oct55; LP8938.

    Burgundy. © Television Programs of America, Inc.; 27Apr56; LP8957.

    The Carbonari. © Television Programs of America, Inc.; 3Oct55;
      LP8935.

    The De Berry Affair. © 3Oct55; LP8926.

    The Devil’s Emissary. © Television Programs of America, Inc.;
      3Oct55; LP8936.

    The Duel. © 13Feb56; LP8930.

    The Experiment. © Television Programs of America, Inc.; 26Mar56;
      LP8955.

    First Train to Paris. © 3Oct55; LP8922.

    Flight to Calais. © Television Programs of America, Inc.; 27Feb56;
      LP8956.

    The Golden Blade. © 30Jan56; LP8929.

    The Grecian Gift. © Television Programs of America, Inc.; 29Jun56;
      LP8943.

    The Island. © Television Programs of America, Inc.; 8Jun56; LP8944.

    Lichtenberg. © Television Programs of America, Inc.; 20Apr56;
      LP8959.

    The Luxembourg Affair. © Television Programs of America, Inc.;
      3Oct55; LP8937.

    Majorca. © Television Program of America, Inc.; 14May56; LP8958.

    Marseilles. © Television Programs of America. Inc.; 3Oct55; LP8934.

    A Matter of Justice. © Television Programs of America, Inc.;
      25May56; LP8949.

    The Mazzini Affair. © Television Programs of America, Inc.; 3Oct55;
      LP8933.

    Mecklenburg. © Television Programs of America, Inc.; 6Apr56; LP8953.

    Monaco. © Television Programs of America, Inc.; 11May56; LP8947.

    Naples. © Television Programs of America, Inc.; 5Mar56; LP8946.

    The Pen and the Sword. © 3Oct55; LP8924.

    Point Counter Point. © Television Programs of America, Inc.; 1Jun56;
      LP8952.

    The Portuguese Affair. © Television Programs of America, Inc.;
      13Apr56; LP8948.

    Return to the Chateau D’If. © 23Jan56; LP9225.

    The Sardinia Affair. © 3Oct55; LP8923.

    Sicily. © Television Programs of America, Inc.; 18May56; LP8942.

    The Talleyrand Affair. © Television Programs of America, Inc.;
      3Oct55; LP8939.

    The Texas affair. © Television Programs of America, Inc.; 3Oct55;
      LP8932.

    A Toy for the Infanta. © Television Programs of America, Inc.;
      3Oct55; LP8940.

    Victor Hugo. © 9Jan56; LP8931.

  COUNT THE CHECKERED FLAGS. Chevrolet Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Chevrolet Division of
    General Motors Corp.; 12Jun57; MU6340.

  COUNT THE HOURS. RKO Radio Pictures, 1953. 74 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 26Mar53; LP2662.

  COUNT THREE AND PRAY. Copa Productions. Released by Columbia Pictures
    Corp. 12 reels, sd., color, 35mm. © Copa Productions, Inc.; 15Aug55;
    LP5230.

  COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 102
    min., sd., Metrocolor, 35mm. CinemaScope. Based on the novel The
    Blessing, by Nancy Mitford. © Loew’s Inc.; 2Mar59; LP13008.

  COUNTER ACTION. Eastman Kodak Co. 17 min., sd., Ektachrome, 16mm. ©
    Eastman Kodak Co.; 6Feb59; MU6621.

  COUNTER MEASURES. Eastman Kodak Co. 17 min., sd., color, 16mm.
    Kodachrome. © Eastman Kodak Co.; 28Jan55; MU5822.

  COUNTERBLAST. SEE Air power, no. 6.

  COUNTERFEIT COUNTY. SEE The Adventures of Kit Carson.

  THE COUNTERFEIT MASK. SEE The Lone Ranger.

  COUNTERFEIT MILLIONS. SEE Jet Jackson, The Flying Commando, no. 8.

  THE COUNTERFEIT PLAN. Warner Bros. Pictures. 80 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    An Amalgamated production. © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 11May57;
    LP10541.

  COUNTERFEIT REDSKINS. SEE The Lone Ranger.

  THE COUNTERFEIT STORY. SEE Big Town, no. 7.

  THE COUNTERFEITER. SEE The Dennis Day Show, no. 122.

  THE COUNTERFEITERS. SEE Crusader.

  COUNTERSPY. SEE David Harding, Counterspy.

  COUNTERSPY EXPRESS. SEE Spy in the Sky.

  COUNTERSPY MEETS SCOTLAND YARD. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 67
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the radio program “Counterspy”
    created by Phillips H. Lord. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 7Dec50;
    LP517.

  COUNTESS. West End Brewing Co. of Utica, N. Y. Made by Doyle Dane
    Bernbach. 60 sec., b&w. © West End Brewing Co. of Utica, N. Y.;
    25Sep59; MU6785.

  THE COUNTESS AND THE CONVICTS. SEE Navy Log.

  THE COUNTESS BOBO STORY. SEE I’m the Law, no. 20.

  COUNTESS OF BARTLEY. SEE The Ann Sothern Show, no. 11.

  COUNTRIES OF THE LA PLATA. SEE Countries of Rio de la Plata.

  COUNTRY AND COMMUNITY RECREATION IN ACTION. Audio-Visual Center of
    Indiana University, 1951. 28 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Indiana
    University; 24Jul51; MP1539.

  COUNTRY COP. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1950. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Pacemaker Series) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 8Dec50; MP762.

  COUNTRY COUSIN. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 122.

  THE COUNTRY DOCTOR. Desilu Productions. Approx. 27 min. each, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Desilu Productions, Inc. Pilot Film. © 23Apr54; LP7836.

  THE COUNTRY GIRL. Paramount Pictures Corp. 104 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on the play by Clifford Odets. © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    15Dec54; LP4495.

  A COUNTRY GIRL IN PARIS. March of Time, 1952. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (Ballets de France, no. 3) © Time, Inc.; 9Sep52; MP3101.

  THE COUNTRY MOUSE. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Blue Ribbon Cartoon) Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 10Feb35;
    MP5335.

  COUNTRY MUSIC HOLIDAY. Paramount Pictures Corp. 81 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. An Aurora production. © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 3Mar58;
    LP10201.

  COUNTRY RHYTHM. RKO Pathe, 1950. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Screenliner
    Series, no. 10) © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 19May50; MP406.

  THE COUNTRY STORE. SEE American Wit and Humor, no. 13.

  COUNTY FAIR. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1950. A Jeffrey Bernerd
    production. 76 min., sd., color, 35mm. © Monogram Pictures Corp.;
    30Jul50; LP312.

  COUNTY FAIR. SEE

    The Red Skelton Show, no. 10.

    Topper, no. T213.

  COUP DE GRACE. SEE Sirocco.

  COURAGE. SEE

    Panic, no. 10.

    TV Reader’s Digest.

  COURAGE IN CONNECTICUT. E. I. du Pont de Nemours. Made by Vibar
    Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w. 16mm. (The Cavalcade of America)
    Appl. author: Vibar Prods., Inc., employer for hire. © E. I. du Pont
    de Nemours & Co.; 22Jun54; MP5054.

  COURAGE IS A GUN. SEE The Zane Grey Theater, no. 9426.

  COURAGE OF BLACK BEAUTY. Alco Pictures Corp. 72 min., sd., Eastman
    color by Pathe, 35mm. An Adaptation of the story Black Beauty, by
    Anna Sewell. © Alco Pictures Corp.; 10Jul57; LP12113.

  THE COURAGE OF TONTO. SEE The Lone Ranger.

  COURSE PLANNING. International Business Machines Corp. 1050 ft., b&w,
    16mm. © International Business Machines Corp.; 5Jun59; MU6751.

  COURSES ET ACHATS. Focus Films Co., 1951. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (“Accent Aigu” Series) © Focus Films Co.; 15May51; MP1335.

  THE COURT JESTER. Dena Enterprises. Released by Paramount Pictures
    Corp. 101 min., sd., color, 35mm. VistaVision. Technicolor. © Dena
    Enterprises; 1Feb56 (in notice: 1955); LP5965.

  THE COURT-MARTIAL OF BILLY MITCHELL. United States Pictures. Released
    by Warner Bros. Pictures. 100 min., sd., color, 35mm. CinemaScope.
    Warnercolor. © United States Pictures, Inc.; 31Dec55; LP8140.

  COURTESY. SEE Sergeant Bruce Reporting, no. 3.

  COURTESY AT SCHOOL. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films; 2Jan57; MP8100.

  COURTESY FOR BEGINNERS. Coronet, 1952. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    David A. Smart; 11Sep52; MP2835.

  THE COURTSHIP OF COLONEL STANDISH. SEE The 77th Bengal Lancers, no.
    21.

  THE COURTSHIP OF MARSHAL HIGGINS. SEE Adventures of Rin-Tin-Tin, no.
    114.

  COUSIN SALLY. SEE American Wit and Humor, no. 13.

  COVER GIRL. SEE

    The Eve Arden Show.

    So This Is Hollywood.

  THE COVER UP. SEE

    Gunsmoke.

    M-Squad.

  COVERED WAGON RAID. Republic Productions, 1950. 60 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 30Jun50; LP249.

  THE COW AND THE SPRITE. Coronet, 1949. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    David A. Smart; 31Oct49; MP122.

  COW COUNTRY. Allied Artists Productions. Released by Monogram Pictures
    Corp., 1953. 82 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on Shadow Range, a novel
    by Curtis Bishop. © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 23Mar53; LP2438.

  COW DOCTOR. SEE Gunsmoke.

  COW DOG. Walt Disney Productions. Released by Buena Vista Film
    Distribution Co. 3 reels, sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. © Walt
    Disney Productions, 5Sep56; LP8881.

  COW TOWN. Gene Autry Productions. Released by Columbia Pictures Corp.,
    1950. 70 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Gene Autry Productions; 22Mar50;
    LP2919.

  COW TOWN. SEE Tales of Wells Fargo.

  THE COWARD. SEE

    The Californians, no. 15A.

    Gunsmoke.

    Hawkeye and the Last of the Mohicans.

    The Restless Gun.

    Sergeant Preston of the Yukon.

  THE COWARD OF FORT BENNETT. SEE General Electric Theater.

  THE COWARD OF VALENTINOIS. SEE The Three Musketeers.

  THE COWBOY. Lippert Pictures. 69 min., sd., color, 35mm. © Elmo
    Williams; 27Sep54 (in notice: 1953); LP4052.

  COWBOY. Phoenix Pictures. Released by Columbia Pictures Corp. 92 min.,
    sd., Technicolor, 35mm. Based on My Reminiscence as a Cowboy, by
    Frank Harris. © Phoenix Pictures; 10Mar58; LP11335.

  THE COWBOY AND THE INDIANS. Gene Autry Productions, 1950. Released by
    Columbia Pictures Corp. 7 reels, sd., color, 35mm. © Gene Autry
    Productions; 25Oct50 (in notice: 1949); LP1156.

  COWBOY CRAZY. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1950. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Pacemaker Series) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 8Sep50; MP502.

  COWBOY G-MEN: RAWHIDE GOLD. Telemount Pictures, 1951. 2 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Telemount Pictures Inc.; 15Apr51; LP1146.

  COWBOY - LODGE. Kleenex-KIM-FCB 103257. Kimberly-Clark Corp. Made by
    Foote, Cone & Belding. 1 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Kimberly-Clark
    Corp.; 19Dec58; MU6611.

  A COWBOY NEEDS A HORSE. Walt Disney Productions. Released by Buena
    Vista Film Distribution Co. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor.
    Based on the song of the same title. © Walt Disney Productions;
    21Jun56; LP8883.

  COWBOYS. SEE The Littlest Expert on Cowboys.

  COWBOY’S HOLIDAY. Vitaphone Corp., 1951. A Warner Bros. short subject.
    10 min., sd., color 35mm. (Sports Parade Series) © The Vitaphone
    Corp.; 11Dec51; MP1877.

  THE COWBOY’S LAMENT. Ace Pictures, Inc., 1950. 2 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © General Television Enterprises, Inc.; 15Apr50 (in notice:
    1949); LP40.

  COWBOYS OF THE MAREMMA. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd.,
    color, 35mm. CinemaScope. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
    19Aug56; MP7603.

  COWS AND CRIBS. SEE Gunsmoke.

  CRABBY APPLETON’S DRAGON. SEE Tom Terrific.

  CRACK OF DOOM. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  CRACKED QUACK. SEE Daffy Duck in Cracked Quack.

  CRACKPOT. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  CRACKUP. SEE Gunsmoke.

  CRAFTSMANSHIP IN CLAY: DECORATION. Audio-Visual Center, Indiana
    University, 1952. 10 min., sd., color, 16mm. Fifth in a series of
    ceramics films. © Indiana University; 8Jan52; MP2043.

  CRAFTSMANSHIP IN CLAY: SIMPLE MOLDS. Audio-Visual Center, Indiana
    University. 10 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Indiana
    University; 6Oct53; MP4295.

  CRAFTSMANSHIP IN CLAY: SIMPLE MOLDS. Audio-Visual Center, Indiana
    University. 10 min., sd., color, 16mm. (Craftsmanship in Clay
    Series) Kodachrome. © Indiana University; 1Mar54; MP5223.

  CRAFTSMANSHIP IN CLAY: STACKING AND FIRING. Indiana University, 1950.
    11 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Indiana University; 18Feb50 (in notice:
    1949); MP207.

  CRAFTSMANSHIP IN CLAY: THROWING. Audio-Visual Center, Indiana
    University, 1950. 11 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Indiana University;
    28Jun50; MP346.

  CRAIG KENNEDY. SEE

    The Amateur Ghost.

    The Big Shakedown.

    Case of Fleming Lewis.

    Dead Right.

    The False Claimant.

    File 1313.

    Formula for Murder.

    Fugitive for Murder.

    I Hate Money.

    The Indian Giver.

    The Kid Brother.

    The Late Corpse.

    The Lonely Hearts Club.

    The Mummy’s Secret.

    Murder on a Million.

    Murder on Stage Nine.

    Murder Preferred.

    The Mystery Bullet.

    Secret Will.

    1616 Hidden Lane Road.

    The Strange Destiny.

    Tall, Dark and Dead.

    There’s Money in It.

    The Trap.

    The Vanisher.

  CRAIG’S WIFE. SEE Harriet Craig.

  CRASH. SEE Lassie.

  CRASH INVESTIGATION. SEE Flight, no. 1200-15.

  CRASH LANDING. Clover Productions. Released by Columbia Pictures Corp.
    77 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 28Feb58;
    LP10270.

  CRASH OF SILENCE. SEE The Story of Mandy.

  CRASHING LAS VEGAS. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 62 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 28Mar56; LP6205.

  CRASHING THE MOVIES. (Pete Smith Specialty) Loew’s Inc., 1950. An MGM
    picture. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Loew’s Inc.; 6Jan50 (in notice:
    1948); LP2823.

  CRASHING THE WATER BARRIER. Vitaphone Corp. 9 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Sports Parade) A Warner Bros. short subject. Warnercolor. ©
    Vitaphone Corp.; 17Mar56; MP8065.

  CRASHOUT. Standard Productions. Released by Filmakers Releasing
    Organization. 91 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Standard Productions, Inc.,
    & Filmakers Releasing Organization; 3Mar55; LP6216.

  THE CRAWL. Boulton-Hawker Films. Released by International Film
    Bureau. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: Wesley H. Greene. ©
    International Film Bureau, Inc.; 3Aug56; MP7902.

  THE CRAYFISH (ASTACUS) United World Films, 1949. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. (Zoology Series) © United World Films, Inc.; 1Mar49; MP3053.

  THE CRAZY HUNTER. SEE The Westinghouse-Desilu Playhouse, no. 9.

  CRAZY JUDAH. E. I. du Pont de Nemours. Made by Jack Denove
    Productions. 29 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (The Cavalcade of America) ©
    E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co.; 13Apr54; MP4828.

  THE CRAZY KILLER CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  CRAZY LIKE A FOX. SEE City Detective.

  CRAZY MIXED-UP KID. SEE Private Secretary, no. 40.

  CRAZY MIXED-UP PUP. Universal Pictures Co. 6 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Walter Lantz Cartune) A Universal International picture.
    Technicolor. © Universal International; 14Jan55; MP5587.

  CRAZY OVER DAISY. (Donald Duck Cartoon) Walt Disney Productions.
    Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., 1940. 1 reel, sd., color,
    35mm. © Walt Disney Productions; 18Mar49; LP2822.

  CRAZY OVER HORSE MACKEREL. SEE Crunch and Des, no. 211.

  CRAZY OVER HORSES. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1951. 65 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 18Nov51; LP1338.

  CRAZYLEGS. Hall Bartlett Productions. Released by Republic Pictures
    Corp. 88 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Hall Bartlett Productions, Inc.;
    21Oct53; LP3261.

  CRAZYTOWN. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Noveltoon Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 26Feb54 (in notice:
    1953); LP4017.

  THE CREAKING CHAIR. SEE Shadow Man.

  CREAM OF THE JEST. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  CREAM PIES. Pet Milk Co. Made by Gardner Advertising Co. 20 sec., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Pet Milk Co.; 26Aug59; MP9670.

  CREAM SAUCE. SEE Edith Green’s Cooking Tips: Cream Sauce.

  CREATING AN AIRPLANE. William W. Wyper. 11 min., sd., color, 16mm. ©
    William W. Wyper; 14Nov55; MU5967.

  CREATING AN AIRPLANE. William W. Wyper. 11 min., sd., color, 16mm.
    Kodachrome. Appl. states prev. reg. 14Nov55, MU5967. © William W.
    Wyper; 18Apr56; MP7065.

  CREATION OF A PORTRAIT. Distributed by Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    1950. 1 reel, sd., color, 16mm. © J. R. Kray; 8Jun50; MP456.

  THE CREATION TAPESTRY. Thomas Bouchard. 12 min., sd., color, 16mm. ©
    Thomas Bouchard; 26Dec57; MP8720.

  THE CREATURE. SEE The Abominable Snowman of the Himalayas.

  CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON. Universal Pictures Co. 79 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. A Universal International picture. A three-dimensional
    film. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 20Mar54; LP3725.

  CREATURE WALKS AMONG US. Universal Pictures Co. 8 reels, sd., b&w,
    35mm. A Universal International picture. © Universal Pictures Co.,
    Inc.; 1Feb56; LP5974.

  CREATURE WITH THE ATOM BRAIN. Columbia Pictures Corp. 7 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 8Apr55; LP4584.

  CREATURES OF THE UNDERWORLD. Scherzinger Movie Sales, 1952. 21 min.,
    si., color, 16mm. © B. C. Scherzinger, d.b.a. Scherzinger Movie
    Sales; 28Oct52; MP3133.

  THE CREEPER. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  THE CREEPING UNKNOWN. Hammer Film Productions, London. Released in the
    U. S. by United Artists Corp. 78 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © United
    Artists Corp. (in notice: United Artist Corp.); 28Nov55; LP8686.

  CREEPS. Columbia Pictures Corp. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. © Columbia
    Pictures Corp.; 30Jan56 (in notice: 1955); LP5830.

  CREPE FOR SUZETTE. SEE Mickey Spillane.

  CREPE HAIR, WIGS, AND BEARDS. SEE Modern Make-up, no. 5.

  CREST OF THE WAVE. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 90 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the play “Seagulls over Sorrento,” by Hugh
    Hastings. © Loew’s Incorporated; 5Oct54; LP4262.

  CREVECOEUR. SEE Heartbreak Ridge.

  THE CREW OF THE DOLLY D. SEE Soldiers of Fortune.

  CRIME AGAINST JOE. Bel-Air Productions. Released by United Artists
    Corp. 69 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Sunrise Pictures, Inc.; 11Apr56;
    LP7623.

  CRIME AND PUNISHMENT. SEE

    Big Town, no. 37.

    Crime and Punishment, U. S. A.

  CRIME AND PUNISHMENT, U. S. A. Sanders Associates. Released by Allied
    Artists Pictures Corp. 95 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on Fyodor
    Dostoyevsky’s novel Crime and Punishment. © Allied Artists Pictures
    Corp.; 27Apr59; LP13235.

  CRIME AND THE COMMITTEE. SEE The Twentieth Century, Feb. 16, 1958.

  CRIME AT WOUNDED MOOSE. SEE Sergeant Preston of the Yukon.

  CRIME IN THE STREETS. Lindbrook Productions. Released by Allied
    Artists Pictures Corp. 91 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Allied Artists
    Pictures Corp.; 23Apr56; LP6362.

  A CRIME IN TIME. Apex Film Corp., 1950. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © The
    Lone Ranger, Inc.; 19Oct50; LP726.

  CRIME OF PASSION. Bob Goldstein Productions. Released by United
    Artists. 84 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © B. G. Productions, Inc.; 9Jan57
    (in notice: 1956); LP8029.

  THE CRIME OF THE CENTURY. SEE Walk East on Beacon.

  THE CRIME SCENE SEARCH. Norwood Studios. 19 min., color, 16mm.
    Kodachrome. Produced for the F.B.I. © Philip Martin, Jr. t.a.
    Norwood Studios; 14Dec55; MU5991.

  CRIME WAVE. Warner Bros. Pictures. 74 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a
    story by John and Ward Hawkins. © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.;
    6Mar54; LP4543.

  CRIME WAVE. SEE Adventures of Superman.

  CRIME WITH PASSION. SEE Assault.

  THE CRIMINAL COLLIE. SEE Sergeant Preston of the Yukon.

  CRIMINAL LAWYER. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 74 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 11Jul51; LP1039.

  THE CRIMSON KIMONO. Columbia Pictures Corp. 82 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Oct59; LP14532.

  THE CRIMSON PIRATE. Norma Productions. Released by Warner Bros.
    Pictures, 1952. 104 min., sd., color, 35mm. © Warner Bros. Pictures,
    Inc.; 18Sep52; LP1927.

  CRIPPLE CREEK. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1952. 78 min., sd., color,
    35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 17Jun52; LP1755.

  CRISIS. Loew’s, 1950. An MGM picture. 96 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based
    on a story by George Tabori. © Loew’s Inc.; 15Jun50; LP198.

  THE CRISIS. SEE

    Lassie.

    Whirlybirds, no. 26.

  CRISIS AT COMSTOCK. SEE State Trooper.

  CRISIS AT EASTER CREEK. SEE Restless Gun.

  CRISIS IN IRAN. SEE The March of Time, vol. 17, no. 5.

  CRISIS IN KOREA. Castle Films, 1950. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. (The
    World Parade) © United World Films, Inc.; 15Sep50; MP2805.

  CRISIS IN LINDENVILLE. Henry Strauss Productions. Released by National
    Assn. of Manufacturers. 29 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Writer: Richard
    Bimonte. © National Assn. of Manufacturers; 31Jan58; LP12684.

  CRISIS IN PARIS. SEE Cavalcade of America.

  CRISIS IN THE DESERT. SEE Invisible Man, no. 4.

  THE CRISLER STORY. SEE Disneyland. 1956-1957, no. 25.

  CRISS CROSS CODE. SEE Undercover Agent.

  EL CRISTO DE MI CABECERA. (The Crucifix on My Wall) Ruben C. Navarro
    Films, Mexico. Released in the U. S. by Clasa-Mohme. 77 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on a plot by Ruben C. Navarro. © Importadora, Inc.;
    1Jan51; LP11542.

  THE CROCODILE CASE. SEE Hitchcock Presents.

  CROCODILE HUNTERS. RKO Pathe, 1950. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Sportscope Series, no. 1) © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 22Sep50; MP849.

  THE CROOKED CIRCLE. Ventura Productions. Released by Republic Pictures
    Corp. 7 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. Naturama. © Republic Pictures Corp.;
    10Oct57; LP9434.

  CROOKED FORK. Flying A Pictures, 1951. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Flying A Pictures, Inc.; 19Feb51 (in notice: 1950); LP754.

  THE CROOKED HOOP. Lindsley Parsons Productions, 1952. 3 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Lindsley Parsons Productions, Inc.; 12Aug52; LP1877.

  CROOKED RIVER. Lippert Productions, Inc., 1950. 55 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Lippert Productions, Inc.; 1May50; LP127.

  THE CROOKED ROAD. SEE Hitchcock Presents.

  THE CROOKED WEB. Clover Productions. Released by Columbia Pictures
    Corp. 8 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 15Dec55;
    LP5718.

  THE CROP-DUSTER. SEE Lassie.

  CROSS AND DOUBLE CROSS. SEE 26 Men.

  CROSS CHANNEL. Republic Pictures Corp. 61 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Republic Productions (Great Britain) Ltd.; 7Jul55 (in notice: 1954);
    LP6228.

  THE CROSS-DRAW KID. SEE Judge Roy Bean.

  CROSS HAIRS. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 193.

  CROSS OF SANTO DOMINGO. SEE The Lone Ranger.

  THE CROSS OF THE ANDES. SEE Zorro, no. 32.

  CROSS ON THE HILL. SEE Crusader.

  CROSS SECTION OF CENTRAL AMERICA: GUATEMALA. United World Films, 1948.
    Produced by Louis de Rochemont Associates. 20 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (The Earth and Its Peoples) © United World Films, Inc.; 1Aug48;
    MP2431.

  CROSS UP. Tempean Films, London. Released by United Artists Corp. 83
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel Never Come Back, by John
    Mair. © Tempean Films, Ltd.; 28Apr55; LP10840.

  CROSSED AND DOUBLE CROSSED. SEE Your All Star Theatre, no. 11.

  CROSSED SWORDS. Viva Films. Released by United Artists Corp. 89 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. Pathecolor. © Errol Flynn & Viva Films; 30Jul54
    (in notice: 1953); LP4524.

  CROSSROAD TRAIL. SEE Adventures of Champion.

  CROSSROADS. Federal Productions and Bernard L. Schubert. 3 reels each,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Bernard L. Schubert & Federal Productions, Inc.

    Broadway Trust. © 18Nov55; LP5577.

    Chinese Checkers. © 16Dec55; LP5675.

    Cleanup. © 15Oct55; LP5533.

    The Good Thief. © 25Nov55; LP5644.

    Hostage. © 4Nov55; LP8723.

    Hostage. © 11Nov55; LP5574.

    My Liberty Bell. © 25Nov55; LP5575.

    The Shadow of God. © 7Oct55; LP5534.

    The Unholy Trio. © 21Oct55; LP5532.

    With All My Love. © 28Oct55; LP5576.

  CROSSROADS. Federal Telefilms and Bernard L. Schubert. 3 reels each,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Bernard L. Schubert & Federal Telefilms, Inc.

    Anatole of the Bayous. © 20Apr56; LP6450.

    Barbed-Wire Preacher. © 8Feb57; LP7821.

    A Bell for O’Donnell. © 30Dec55; LP5743.

    The Big Sombrero. © 12Apr57; LP8776.

    Boomtown Padre. © 8Feb57; LP8594.

    The Bowery Bishop. © 23Mar56; LP6269.

    Call for help. © 1Mar57; LP8599.

    Calvary in China. © 13Jan56; LP5827.

    Circus Priest. © 12Oct56; LP7295.

    The Comeback. © 5Oct56; LP7297.

    Coney Island Wedding. © 31May57; LP8597.

    Convict 1321, age 12. © 10May57; LP8778.

    The Deadline. © 10May57; LP8783.

    Deadly Fear. © 13Apr56; LP6270.

    Dig or Die, Brother Hyde. © 30Mar56; LP6271.

    False Prophet. © 30Mar56; LP6618.

    False Prophet. © 29Jun56; LP8724.

    The Gambler. © 9Dec55; LP5645.

    God in the Street. © 25May56; LP6582.

    The God of Kandikur. © 25Jan57; LP7834.

    God’s Healing. © 30Nov56; LP7816.

    A Green Hill Far Away. © 28Jun57; LP8784.

    Half Mile Down. © 17May57; LP8596.

    The Happy Gift. © 1Feb57; LP7820.

    A Holiday for Father Jim. © 29Jun56; LP6624.

    Home Is the Sailor. © 4May56; LP6458.

    The Ice Cathedral. © 8Mar57; LP8601.

    In God We Trust. © 15Feb57; LP7819.

    The Inner Light. © 3Feb56; LP5947.

    Jhonakehunkga - Called John. © 16Nov56 (in notice: 1957); LP8761.

    The Judge. © 18May56; LP6566.

    The Kid Had a Gun. © 28Dec56; LP7835.

    The Lamp of Father Cataldo. © 9Nov56; LP7814.

    The Last Strand. © 22Mar57; LP8782.

    Lifeline. © 11May56; LP6512.

    The Light. © 5Apr57; LP8598.

    The Little Herald. © 10Feb56; LP5949.

    Lone Star Preacher. © 15Mar57; LP8785.

    The Man on the Totem Pole. © 15Jun56; LP6619.

    The Man Who Walked on Water. © 4Jan57 (in notice: 1956); LP7832.

    Mightier than the Sword. © 2Dec55; LP5643.

    The Miracle of Faith: The Healing. © 3May57; LP8779.

    Mother O’Brien. © 9Mar56; LP6277.

    The Mountain Angel. © 20Jan56; LP5828.

    9:30 Action. © 24May57; LP8595.

    Our First Christmas Tree. © 21Dec56; LP7818.

    Paratroop Padre, pt. 1. © 29Mar57; LP8600.

    Patchwork Family. © 1Mar57; LP8780.

    The Patton Prayer. © 18Jan57; LP7833.

    Pavement Pastor. © 24Feb56; LP6276.

    The Pure-White Orchid. © 2Nov56; LP7300.

    The Rabbi Davis Story. © 8Jun56; LP6810.

    The Rebel. © 2Mar56; LP6597.

    Ringside Padre. © 20Oct56; LP7298.

    Riot: Benediction in Blood. © 19Apr57; LP8781.

    Sacred Trust. © 16Mar56; LP6283.

    St. George and the Dragon. © 27Jan56; LP5836.

    The Singing Preacher. © 22Jun56; LP6620.

    Sky Pilot of the Cumberlands. © 2Nov56; LP7299.

    Strange Bequest. © 17Feb56; LP5948.

    Tenement Saint. © 14Dec56; LP7817.

    Thanksgiving Prayer. © 23Nov56; LP7815.

    Through the Window. © 6Jan56 (in notice: 1955); LP5729.

    Timberland Preacher. © 16Nov56; LP7301.

    Two-Fisted Saint. © 6Apr56; LP6272.

    Vivi Shining Bright. © 23Dec55; LP5705.

    Weekend Minister. © 11Jan57 (in notice: 1956); LP7831.

    The White Carnation. © 27Apr56; LP6459.

    With Charity for All. © 19Oct56; LP7296.

    The Wreath. © 3May57; LP8777.

  CROSSROADS. SEE Wanted: Dead or Alive, no. 6370.

  CROSSROADS OF THE AGES. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., color,
    35mm. (U-I Color Parade) A Universal International picture. Eastman
    color. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 21Apr57; MP8376.

  CROSSROADS OF THE WORLD. Warner Bros. Pictures. 9 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Scope Gem Special) WarnerColor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 22Sep56;
    MP8618.

  CROSSWINDS. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 93 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Based on the novel, “New Guinea Gold,” by Thomson Burtis. ©
    Paramount Pictures Corp.; 1Oct51; LP1228.

  THE CROW. SEE Lassie.

  CROWD PLEASER. SEE Alcoa-Goodyear Theatre, 8122.

  THE CROWDED AIR. SEE The Twentieth Century, Apr. 27, 1958.

  CROWN OF CUPS. Delco Battery. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co. 90 sec. Appl.
    author: Edward Traxler. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 18Feb57; MU6279.

  CROWN OF SILLA. SEE Richard Diamond, Private Detective, no. 6811.

  CROWS, OWLS, AND A SHOTGUN. SEE Adventure Out of Doors, no. 10.

  THE CRUCIFIX ON MY WALL. SEE El Cristo de Mi Cabecera.

  THE CRUCIFIXION. Family Films. 20 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (The Living
    Bible) Appl. author: Sidney Christie (pseud., Nelson Leigh); Edward
    Dew. © Family Films, Inc.; 2Jan53; LP3602.

  CRUCIFIXION AND RESURRECTION. Cathedral Films. 30 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. (The Living Christ Series, no. 12) With teacher’s study guide.
    Screenplay, Arthur T. Horman. © JKF Productions; 1Feb57; MP8045.

  THE CRUEL SEA. Ealing Studios, London. Released in the U. S. by
    Universal International Films. 14 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on
    the novel of the same title by Nicholas Monsarrat. © Ealing Studios,
    Ltd.; 12May52; LP3285.

  THE CRUEL TOWER. Lindsley Parsons Productions. Released by Allied
    Artists Pictures Corp. 80 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel
    by William B. Hartley. © Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 8Oct56;
    LP7189.

  CRUISE CAT. Loew’s, 1952. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Tom and Jerry
    Cartoon) A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Cartoon. © Loew’s Incorporated;
    11Sep52 (in notice: 1951); LP1932.

  CRUISE OF THE EAGLE. Walt Disney Productions. Released by Buena Vista
    Film Distribution Co. 1 reel, sd., Technicolor, 35mm. (People and
    Places) CinemaScope. © Walt Disney Productions; 31Dec58; LP13494.

  CRUISE OF THE ZACA. Vitaphone Corp., 1952. 20 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    A Warner Bros. short subject. © The Vitaphone Corp.; 15Dec52;
    MP3O69.

  CRUISE SHIP. RKO Pathe, 1951. 15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (This Is
    America Series, no. 7) © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 2Mar51; MP1447.

  CRUISE SHIP. SEE City Detective.

  CRUISIN’ DOWN THE RIVER. Columbia Pictures Corp. 9 reels, sd., color,
    35mm. Technicolor. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 31Aug53; LP2863.

  CRUISING THE WEST INDIES: NASSAU. Andre De La Varre. 10 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. A Screen Traveler picture. © Andre De La Varre; 13Aug38;
    MP5391.

  CRUNCH AND DES. Pembroke Co. Released by NBC Television Films. 26 min.
    each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Pembroke Co., Ltd.

    Buccaneers. © 8Aug56; LP11873.

    Crunch Catches a Megrim. © 30Jul56; LP11221.

    Hot Rod and Reel. © 16Jul56; LP11217.

    Key Jinx. © 29Aug56; LP11876.

    Man Who Had Been Around. © 2Jul56; LP11220.

    A Matter of Faith. © 8Aug56; LP11875.

    Night Strike. © 15Aug56; LP11218.

    The Old Crew Dad. © 9Jul56; LP11219.

    Salt Water Daffy. © 31Aug56; LP11874.

    201. Hookey, Line and Sinker. © 16Mar56 (in notice: 1955); LP8819.

    202. Crunch Catches One. © 15Feb56 (in notice: 1955); LP8818.

    203-A. Big Catch. © 25Aug56; LP8833.

    204. The Expert. © 23Feb56 (in notice: 1955); LP8816.

    205. Crunch and the Golden Lure. © 5Mar56 (in notice: 1955); LP8817.

    206. Hull Down. © 6Jan56 (in notice: 1955); LP9017.

    207. Fresh Water Mermaid. © 30Jan56 (in notice: 1955); LP9393.

    208. Fair Caught. © 10Feb56 (in notice: 1955); LP9015.

    209. The Man Who Loved a Joke. © 29Mar56 (in notice: 1955); LP9014.

    210. Strike Three. © 6Jan56 (in notice: 1955); LP9016.

    211. Crazy Over Horse Mackerel. © 6Jan56 (in notice: 1955); LP9018.

    212. Spare the Rod. © 9Apr56 (in notice: 1955); LP9390.

    213. Light Tackle. © 23Apr56 (in notice: 1955); LP9391.

    214. Fire on the Beach. © 10Feb56 (in notice; 1955); LP9392.

    215. Sporting Blood. © 23Apr56; LP9394.

  CRUNCH AND DES. Pembroke Co., Hamilton, Bermuda. Released in the U. S.
    by NBC Television Films. 26 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on the
    Philip Wylie stories from the Saturday Evening Post. © Pembroke Co.,
    Ltd.

    The Affair of the Ardent Amazon. © 27Aug56; LP9727.

    Bad Luck Kid. © 16May56; LP10542.

    The Big Ones Get Away. © 11Jun56; LP10546.

    Eve and the Sea Serpent. © 30May56 (in notice: 1955); LP9724.

    Fifty-four, Forty and Fight. © 16Apr56; LP10123.

    A Fish for Billy. © 30Jul56; LP10545.

    Missing Mariner. © 22May56; LP10127.

    Nine, Ten and Out. © 5Jun56; LP10544.

    Reelistic Viewpoint. © 7May56; LP10125.

    A Sales Talk from Sari. © 17Feb56 (in notice: 1955); LP9725.

    The Shell Game. © 20Jun56; LP10543.

    The Shipwreck of Crunch and Des. © 18Jun56; LP9728.

    Sixth Sense. © 15Aug56; LP10126.

    Smugglers Cove. © 19Jan56; LP10124.

    Three Time Winner. © 16Jul56; LP9726.

  CRUNCH AND THE GOLDEN LURE. SEE Crunch and Des, no. 205.

  CRUNCH CATCHES A MEGRIM. SEE Crunch and Des.

  CRUNCH CATCHES ONE. SEE Crunch and Des, no. 202.

  CRUSADE IN EUROPE. Time, 1949. 26 motion pictures (25 min. each) sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. Contents: 1. Prelude to War.—2. America’s
    Unpreparedness.—3. America Goes to War.—4. Platform for Invasion.—5.
    Africa, Our First Offensive.—6. The Campaign.—7. Rommel Routed.—8.
    Sicily, Operation Huskey.—9. Assault on Italy.—10. Rise and Fall of
    a Dictator.—11. The GI, Hero of the War.—12. Victory in Italy.—13.
    Preparation for Invasion.—14. D-Day, Aug. 4.—15. Beachhead and
    Breakthrough.—16. Liberation of Paris.—17. Pursuit.—18. The Battle
    of Supply.—19. The Air War.—20. The Battle of the Bulge.—21.
    Crossing the Rhine.—22. Overrunning Germany.—23. Victory’s
    Aftermath.—24. American Military Government.—25. Russia.—26. Review.
    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 5May49; MP3429.

  CRUSADE IN THE PACIFIC. March of Time, 1951-52. 26 motion pictures (3
    reels each), sd., b&w, 16mm. © Time, Inc.

    1. The Pacific in Eruption. © 23Aug51; MP2690.

    2. Awakening in the Pacific. © 30Aug51; MP2691.

    3. The Rise of the Japanese Empire. © 6Sep51; MP2692.

    4. America Goes to War in the Pacific. © 13Sep51; MP2693.

    5. The U. S. and the Philippines. © 20Sep51; MP2694.

    6. The Navy Holds—1942. © 27Sep51; MP2695.

    7. Guadalcanal: America’s First Offensive. © 4Oct51; MP2696.

    8. War in the North: the Aleutians. © 11Oct51; MP2697.

    9. The Road Back: New Guinea. © 18Oct51; MP2698.

    10. Up to Solomons Ladder: Bougainville. © 25Oct51; MP2699.

    11. Attack in the Central Pacific: Makin and Tarawa. © 1Nov45;
      MP2700.

    12. The War at Sea. © 8Nov51; MP2701.

    13. Speeding up the Attack: the Marshalls. © 15Nov51; MP2702.

    14. Stepping Stones to the Philippines. © 22Nov51; MP2703.

    15. Battle for the Marianas. © 29Nov51; MP2704.

    16. The War in the China-Burma-India Theatre. © 6Dec51; MP2705.

    17. Palau: the Fight for Bloody Nose Ridge. © 13Dec51; MP2706.

    18. MacArthur Returns to the Philippines. © 20Dec51; MP2707.

    19. Bloody Iwo. © 27Dec51; MP2708.

    20. At Japan’s Doorstep: Okinawa. © 3Jan52 (in notice: 1951);
      MP2709.

    21. The Air War on Japan. © 10Jan52 (in notice: 1951); MP2710.

    22. The Surrender and Occupation of Japan. © 19Jan52 (in notice:
      1951); MP2711.

    23. Shifting Tides in the Orient. © 24Jan52 (in notice: 1951);
      MP2712.

    24. War in Korea. © 31Jan52 (in notice: 1951); MP2713.

    25. The Chinese Reds Attack in Korea. © 7Feb52; MP2714.

    26. The Future: Asia and the U. S. © 14Feb52; MP2715.

  CRUSADER. © Alabama Productions, Inc., & Moss & Lewis, Inc., d.b.a.
    Crusader Production Co.

    Air Express to Freedom. © 23Jul55; LP7169.

    The Assassin. © 6Nov55; LP6974.

    The Bargain. © 4Aug55; LP6975.

    Blackmail. © 19Nov55; LP6971.

    The Boxing Match. © 21Jul55; LP6976.

    Christmas in Burma. © 30Nov55; LP6989.

    The Confession. © 11Nov55; LP6973.

    Cross on the Hill. © 30Jul55; LP6983.

    Fear. © 9Dec55; LP6988.

    Mission in Saigon. © 20Oct55; LP6969.

    No Retreat. © 1Sep55; LP6984.

    One Way Train. © 10Mar55; LP6985.

    Operation Murder. © 8Dec55; LP6987.

    Sea Voyage. © 30Jul55; LP6970.

    The Sharks. © 19Dec55; LP6990.

    The Way Out. © 12Sep55; LP6986.

  CRUSADER. Crusader Production Co. Approx. 27 min. each, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Alabama Productions, Inc., & Moss & Lewis, Inc., d.b.a.
    Crusader Production Co.

    The Accident. © 16Nov56; LP8091.

    The Adoption. © 23Mar56 (in notice: 1955); LP7726.

    The Ballot Box. © 11May56 (in notice: 1955); LP7725.

    Berlin Love Story. © 27Apr56 (in notice: 1955); LP7727.

    The Big Sneak. © 13Apr56 (in notice: 1955); LP7589.

    The Blow Off. © 28Dec56; LP7938.

    The Boy on the Brink. © 14Dec56; LP7940.

    The Camp. © 22Aug55; LP7575.

    The Cop Killer. © 21Dec56; LP8092.

    The Counterfeiters. © 19Oct56; LP8391.

    A Deal In Diamonds. © 6Apr56 (in notice: 1955); LP7729.

    Expose. © 12Oct56 (in notice: 1955); LP8088.

    The Farm. © 22Jun56 (in notice: 1955); LP7757.

    Freezeout. © 17Feb56 (in notice: 1955); LP7728.

    The Girl Across the Hall. © 26Oct56 (in notice: 1955); LP8390.

    The Healer. © 2Nov56; LP7939.

    Hell Town, U. S. A. © 16Mar56 (in notice: 1955); LP8087.

    Innocent Bystander. © 19Oct56 (in notice: 1955); LP8389.

    Key Witness. © 2Dec56; LP8093.

    A Little Friend. © 25May56 (in notice: 1955); LP8089.

    Man of Medicine. © 24Feb56 (in notice: 1955); LP7753.

    The Mask of Love. © 3Feb56 (in notice: 1955); LP7724.

    Nine Priceless Objects. © 23Nov56; LP8393.

    The Oakhurst Incident. © 27Apr56 (in notice: 1955); LP7756.

    Open Highway. © 9Nov56; LP8392.

    The Optimist. © 30Mar56 (in notice: 1955); LP8086.

    Pressure. © 2Mar56 (in notice: 1955); LP7752.

    A Quiet Town. © 4May56 (in notice: 1955); LP7788.

    Rookie Cop. 20Apr56 (in notice: 1955); LP7787.

    The Secret. © 8Jun56 (in notice: 1955); LP7573.

    The Syndicate. © 5Oct56 (in notice: 1955); LP8388.

    The Threshold. © 9Mar56; LP8090.

    The Visitors. © 1Jun56 (in notice: 1955); LP7730.

    The Waif. © 25Sep55; LP7574.

    Way Station to Hope. © 4Nov55; LP7578.

  CRUSADER. Revue Productions. 3 reels each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue
    Productions, Inc.

    International Agent. © 31Dec54; LP5228.

  CRUSADERS AGAINST FIRE. National Automatic Sprinkler & Fire Control
    Association [1952] Produced by Jam Handy Organization. 2 reels,
    color, 16mm. © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 8Sep52; MU5479.

  THE CRUSH. SEE The Brothers, no. 14.

  CRUSTACEANS: LOBSTERS, BARNACLES, SHRIMP, AND THEIR RELATIVES.
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 13 min., sd., color, 16mm. With film
    guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 28Nov55; MP6882.

  THE CRY BABY KILLER. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 62 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 13May58; LP10573.

  CRY DANGER. Olympic Productions. Released by RKO Radio Pictures. 1950.
    79 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Olympic Productions, Inc.; 31Dec50;
    LP788.

  A CRY IN THE NIGHT. Jaguar Productions. Released by Warner Bros.
    Pictures. 75 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. based on a novel by Whit
    Masterson. © Ladd Enterprises, Inc.; 15Sep56; LP9288.

  CRY JUSTICE. SEE Screen Directors Playhouse.

  CRY MURDER. Edward Leven Productions Inc. Released by Film Classics,
    Inc., 1950. 63 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a play by A. B.
    Shiffrin. © E. L. Productions Inc.; 19Jan50; LP2912.

  THE CRY OF JAZZ. KHTB Productions. 34 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl.
    author: Edward O. Bland. © KHTB Productions, Inc.; 1Jun59; MP9590.

  CRY OF THE HUNTED. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s, 1953. 79
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Loew’s Incorporated; 3Mar53; LP2483.

  CRY TERROR! Virginia and Andrew L. Stone. Released by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 96 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Loew’s, Inc. &
    Andrew L. Stone, Inc.; 28Feb58; LP10060.

  CRY, THE BELOVED COUNTRY. London Films. 1951. Released in the U. S. by
    Lopert Films. 105 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Subsequently released under
    the title, “African Fury.” Based on the novel of the same title by
    Alan Paton. © British Lion Film Corp.; Ltd.; 15Nov51; LP1490.

  CRY VENGEANCE. Allied Artists Productions. 83 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 21Nov54; LP4152.

  CRY WOLF. SEE Sergeant Preston of the Yukon.

  THE CRYING LADY. SEE The Man Behind the Badge.

  THE CRYSTAL BALL. SEE It’s a Great Life.

  THE CRYSTAL BRAWL. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Popeye the Sailor Cartoon) Technicolor. © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    5Apr57; LP7987.

  THE CRYSTAL GAZER. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 352.

  CRYSTAL GAZING. Moody Institute of Science of the Moody Bible
    Institute. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Moody Institute of Science;
    17Jun54; MP6683.

  CRYSTAL SANDS. SEE The Millionaire.

  THE CRYSTAL TRAP. SEE Sky King.

  CRYSTALS - AN INTRODUCTION. Bell Telephone Laboratories. 25 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. © Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc.; 8Dec58; MP9736.

  CUANDO LEVANTA LA NIEBLA. (When the Mist Clears) Cinematografica
    Tele-Voz, Mexico. Released in the U. S. by Importadora. 102 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Appl. author: Cinema Industrial Productora de
    Peliculas, S.A. © Importadora, Inc.; 1Dec52; LP11637.

  CUANDO LOS HIJOS PECAN. Producciones Luis Manrique, Mexico. Released
    by Clasa-Mohme; in the U. S. by Importadora. 106 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Importadora, Inc.; 1Nov52; LP10644.

  CUB REPORTER. SEE Circus Boy, no. 27.

  THE CUB SCOUT. SEE Lassie.

  CUBA: THE LAND AND THE PEOPLE. Coronet, 1950. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    © David A. Smart; 29Nov50; MP817.

  CUBAN FIREBALL. Republic Productions, 1951. 78 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Republic Pictures Corp.; 15Feb51; LP757.

  THE CUBE ROOT OF EVIL. SEE Man Against Crime, Nov. 29, 1953.

  CUBS OF THE BEAR. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue
    Productions, Inc.; 31Dec53; LP3348.

  THE CUCKOO CLOCK. Loew’s Inc., 1950. An MGM cartoon. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. © Loew’s Inc.; 12May50; LP113.

  THE CUCKOO CLOCK THAT WOULDN’T CUCKOO. Coronet Instructional Films. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of
    Esquire, Inc.; 2Oct58; MP9434.

  CUCKOO ON A CHOO CHOO. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1952. 2 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 4Nov52; LP2040.

  CUE BALL CAT. Loew’s, 1950. An MGM cartoon. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Tom and Jerry Cartoon) © Loew’s Inc.; 19Oct50; LP509.

  CUIDADO CON EL AMOR. Producciones Zacarias, Mexico. Released in the U.
    S. by Importadora. 98 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Producciones Zacarias,
    S.A.; 15Dec54; LP10870.

  CULDOSCOPIC TECHNIQUE AND CINEMATOGRAPHY. Schering Corp. 20 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. © Schering Corp.; 8Oct59; MU6799.

  CULT OF THE COBRA. Universal Pictures Co. 9 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    10Mar55; LP4507.

  THE CUNNINGHAM HERITAGE. SEE Sherlock Holmes. The Case of the
    Cunningham Heritage.

  THE CUP AND THE SWORD. SEE This Earth Is Mine.

  THE CUP CAKE. SEE The Walter Winchell File, no. 11.

  CUP FOR THE QUEEN. Jam Handy Organization for the Falstaff Brewing Co.
    © 1950. 1 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.;
    21Nov50; MU5238.

  A CUP OF BLACK COFFEE. SEE Richard Diamond, Private Detective, no.
    8616.

  CUP OF GOLD. SEE The Whistler, no. 3.

  CUPID WORE A BADGE. SEE Alcoa-Goodyear Theatre, no. 8136.

  CUPID’S QUESTION COLUMN. SEE Blondie.

  CURARE (Intocostrin—d-Tubocurarine Chloride—Mecostrin) Billie Burke
    Productions for E. R. Squibb & Sons. © 1951. 3 reels, sd., color,
    16mm. © E. R. Squibb & Sons; 7Mar51; MU5280.

  CURB SERVICE. SEE The Magic Bunny in Curb Service.

  THE CURE-ALL. SEE Noah’s Ark.

  CURE THAT HABIT. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 18.

  CURFEW AT MIDNIGHT. SEE Schlitz Playhouse.

  CURIOUS CARGO. Video Films. 14 min., sd., Kodachrome, 16mm. Appl.
    author: William R. Witherell, Jr. © Video Films; 11Jul58; MU6493.

  CURIOUS CONTESTS. Loew’s, 1950. An MGM picture. 8 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Pete Smith Specialty Series) © Loew’s Inc.; 2Nov50 (in
    notice: 1949); LP508.

  CURIOUS GEORGE RIDES A BIKE. Weston Woods Studios. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. (Picture Book Parade) Based on the book of the same title by
    H. A. Rey. Appl. author: Morton Schindel. © H. A. Rey; 5Nov58;
    LU3147.

  A CURRICULUM BASED ON CHILD DEVELOPMENT. McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by
    Herbert Kerkow, Inc. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Elementary School
    Teacher Education Series) Produced with the cooperation of the State
    Teachers College and schools at Danbury, Conn. Correlated with
    Elementary-School Student Teaching, by Schorling and Wingo. ©
    McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 21Dec53; MP5096.

  THE CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN. Clarion Film Productions. Released by
    Warner Bros. Pictures. 83 min., sd., WarnerColor 35mm. Based on the
    story by Mary W. Shelley. © Clarion Film Productions; 20Jul57;
    LP12108.

  CURSE OF THE DEMON. Sabre Film Productions. Released by Columbia
    Pictures Corp. 95 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the story Casting
    the Runes, by Montague R. James. © Sabre Film Productions, Ltd.;
    4Jul58 (in notice: 1957); LP11544.

  CURSE OF THE FACELESS MAN. Vogue Pictures. Released by United Artists
    Corp. 66 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Vogue Pictures, Inc.; 13Aug58;
    LP11872.

  CURSE OF THE PHAROAHS. SEE Jet Jackson, the Flying Commando, no. 13.

  CURSE OF THE UNDEAD. Universal Pictures Co. Released by Universal
    International. 79 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co.,
    Inc.; 19Jun59; LP14517.

  CURSE OF THE VOODOO. SEE Sheena, Queen of the Jungle, no. 16.

  CURTAIN CALL AT CACTUS CREEK. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., 1950. 86
    min., sd., color, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 14Apr50 (in
    notice: 1949); LP121.

  CURTAIN CALL; THE ART OF DEGAS. Art Film Productions. Released by
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1952. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm. ©
    Art Film Productions, Inc.; 19Aug52; MP3025.

  CURUCU, BEAST OF THE AMAZON. Universal Pictures Co. 76 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. A Universal International picture. Eastman color. ©
    Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 28Oct56; LP7374.

  CUSTER. SEE Gunsmoke.

  CUSTOM MADE. SEE The Adventures of Ellery Queen.

  CUSTOMERS ARE PEOPLE. Eastman Kodak Co. [1952] 18 min., sd., color,
    16mm. © Eastman Kodak Co.; 13Oct52; MU5489.

  CUSTOMS AGENT. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 8 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 11Apr50; LP17.

  THE CUSTOMS OF THE COUNTRY. Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Revue Productions, Inc.; 30Sep56; LP7591.

  CUT CHARLEY IN. SEE Soldiers of Fortune.

  THE CUT-UP COME-ON CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  CUTWORM CONTROL. Agricultural Extension Service of Iowa State College
    and Hercules Powder Co. Made by the Visual Aids Production Unit of
    Iowa State College. 14 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Iowa
    State College; 31Mar54 (in notice: 1953); MP4959.

  CYCLE OF TERROR. SEE Whirlybirds, no. 29.

  CYCLEMANIA. Universal International. Released by Universal Pictures
    Co. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. (Variety View) © Universal Pictures Co.,
    Inc.; 30Jun58; LP12512.

  CYCLONE FURY. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 54 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 15Aug51; LP1227.

  THE CYCLOPS. B & H Productions. Released by Allied Artists Pictures
    Corp. 75 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © B & H Productions, Inc.; 16Jul57
    (in notice: 1956); LP8638.

  CYNTHY’S DREAM DRESS. Pacific Coast Borax Co., 1953. Made by Flying A
    Pictures. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. (Death Valley Days Series) Appl.
    author; McCann-Erickson, Inc. © Borax Consolidated, Ltd. (Pacific
    Coast Borax Co.); 3Mar53; LP2538.

  CYRANO DE BERGERAC. Stanley Kramer Productions. Released by United
    Artists, 1950. 112 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on Brian Hooker’s
    translation of Edmond Rostand’s drama. © Stanley Kramer Productions,
    Inc.; 16Nov50; LP521.

  CYRANO DE BERGERAC. SEE The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, no.
    179.

  CYRANO DE BILKO. SEE The Phil Silvers Show.

  CYSTS AND POLYPS OF THE VOCAL CORDS. SEE Respiratory Cancer.

  CZAR OF THE UNDERWORLD. SEE Adventures of Superman.


                                   D

  THE D. A.’S MAN. Mark VII. Approx. 27 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Mark VII, Ltd.

    The Actress. © 6Jun59; LP14859.

    Bajour. © 23May59; LP14854.

    The Club Fighter. © 2May59; LP14865.

    Corky. © 25Apr59; LP14858.

    The Duke. © 27Jun59; LP14857.

    Find Ezra Kane. © 21Feb59; LP14867.

    Flight 729. © 4Jul59; LP14856.

    A Girl’s Best Friend. © 7Mar59; LP14869.

    Guns for Hire. © 10Jan59 (in notice: 1958); LP14844.

    Inside Track. © 17Jan59 (in notice: 1958); LP14845.

    Iron Mike Benedict. © 14Feb59; LP14861.

    Iron Star. © 4Apr59; LP14850.

    Jail Watch. © 11Apr59; LP14849.

    Manhattan Gigolo. © 13Jun59; LP14868.

    Mr. Respectable. © 16May59; LP14860.

    Mr. Santa Claus. © 30May59; LP14864.

    The Mob Versus O’Hara. © 31Jan59 (in notice: 1958); LP14847.

    Moonshine in Manhattan. © 28Mar59; LP14862.

    Out of Town. © 20Jun59; LP14855.

    The Pushers. © 7Feb59; LP14852.

    Sammy’s Friend. © 3Jan59 (in notice: 1958); LP14848.

    Shakedown. © 18Apr59; LP14853.

    The Triangle. © 9May59; LP14866.

    Two for Shakespeare. © 21Mar59; LP14863.

    The Unlucky Dutchman. © 24Jan59 (in notice: 1958); LP14846.

    The Witness. © 14Mar59; LP14851.

  THE D. B. V. CUDDINGTON CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  D-DAY. SEE You Are There.

  D-DAY: ATTACK. SEE The Twentieth Century, Feb. 9, 1958.

  D-DAY: BUILD-UP. SEE The Twentieth Century, Feb. 2, 1958.

  D-DAY, THE SIXTH OF JUNE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 106 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Based on the novel by Lionel Shapiro.
    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 29May56; LP6938.

  D’ENTRE LES MORTS. SEE Vertigo.

  THE D. I. Mark VII. Released by Warner Bros. Pictures. 106 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 22Jun57; LP11254.

  D.O.A. Harry M. Popkin Production. Released through United Artists,
    1950. 83 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Cardinal Pictures, Inc.; 21Apr50
    (in notice: 1949); LP63.

  DAD FIXED IT; NO. 14-60. Procter & Gamble Co. Made by Tatham-Laird. 1
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Procter & Gamble Co. (in notice: P & G);
    20Mar59; MP9532.

  DADDY LONG LEGS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 126 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Based on the novel by Jean Webster. ©
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 5May55; LP5210.

  DADDY-O. SEE Gunsmoke.

  DADDY’S LITTLE DARLING. SEE Dimwit in Daddy’s Little Darling.

  DAFFY DUCK AND PORKY PIG IN FOOL COVERAGE. Vitaphone Corp., 1952. 7
    min., sd., color, 35mm. (Looney Tune Cartoon) A Warner Bros. short
    subject. Appl. title: Fool Coverage. © The Vitaphone Corp.; 15Dec52
    (in notice: 1951); MP3068.

  DAFFY DUCK IN CRACKED QUACK. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1952. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Merrie Melodies Cartoon) Appl. title: Cracked Quack. ©
    The Vitaphone Corp.; 11Aug52 (in notice: 1951); MP2620.

  DAGGER ISLAND. SEE The Adventures of Superman.

  DAIRY BARNS, U. S. A. Great Lakes Steel Corp., Stran-Steel Division,
    1953. Produced by Wilding Picture Productions. 13 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Great Lakes Steel Corp., Stran-Steel Division; 15Jan53;
    LP2342.

  DAISIES WON’T TELL. SEE The People’s Choice, 34.

  DAKOTA INCIDENT. Republic Pictures Corp. 88 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Trucolor. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 14Jun56; LP6813.

  THE DAKOTA KID. Republic Productions, 1951. 60 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Republic Pictures Corp.; 3Jul51; LP1122.

  DAKOTA LIL. Alson Productions, Inc. Released through Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp., 1950. 88 min., sd., color, 35mm. © Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp.; 20Jan50 (in notice: 1949); LP2888.

  DALLAS. Warner Bros. Pictures, 1950. 94 min., sd., color, 35mm. ©
    Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 30Dec50; LP590.

  DALTON BOYS GANG. Russell W. Kurtz, 1950. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Russell W. Kurtz; 12Jan50; LP1059.

  THE DALTON GANG. SEE Stories of the Century.

  THE DALTON GIRLS. Bel-Air Productions. Released by United Artists
    Corp. 71 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Clark Productions, Inc.; 18Dec57;
    LP9773.

  THE DALTONS’ WOMEN. Western Adventure Productions, 1950. 77 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Western Adventure Productions, Inc.; 3Dec50; LP806.

  DAME TROUBLE. SEE Fury.

  DAMIEN. Theatre Hawaii, Ltd. © 1950. © Hawaiian Productions, Ltd.;
    title, descr., & 26 prints, 3Feb50; LU2818.

  DAMIEN. Theatre Hawaii, Ltd., 1950. 8 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on
    the play of the same title by John A. Kneubuhl. © Hawaiian
    Productions, Ltd.; 6Apr50; LP149.

  DAMN CITIZEN. Universal International. Released by Universal Pictures
    Co. 88 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    25Dec57; LP10330.

  THE DAMNED DON’T CRY. Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc., 1950. 103 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. © Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc.; 3May50; LP125.

  THE DAMON RUNYON THEATRE. Normandie Television Pictures. 30 min. each,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Normandie Television Pictures, Inc.

    1. Pick the Winner. © 8Apr55; LP14778.

    2. Dancing Dan’s Christmas. © 15Apr55; LP14767.

    3. All Is Not Gold. © 22Apr55; LP14951.

    4. The Lacework Kid. © 29Apr55; LP14952.

    5. Numbers and Figures. © 6May55; LP14953.

    6. Tobias the Terrible. © 13May55; LP14768.

    7. Old Em’s Kentucky Home. © 20May55; LP14769.

    8. Lonely Heart. © 27May55; LP14770.

    9. It Comes Up Money. © 3Jun55; LP14771.

    10. The Big Umbrella. © 10Jun55; LP14772.

    11. Big Shoulders. © 17Jun55; LP14773.

    12. Teacher’s Pet. © 24Jun55; LP14774.

    13. The Mink Doll. © 1Jul55; LP14954.

    14. Bunny on the Beach. © 8Jul55; LP14775.

    15. The Big Fix. © 15Jul55; LP14776.

    16. A Light in France. © 22Jul55; LP14955.

    17. A Nice Price. © 29Jul55; LP14777.

    18. Small Town Caper. © 5Aug55; LP14950.

    19. There’s No Forever. © 12Aug55; LP14779.

    20. Earthquake. © 19Aug55; LP14780.

    21. Bred for Battle. © 23Sep55; LP14781.

    22. Miami Moolah. © 30Sep55; LP14782.

    23. Situation Wanted. © 7Oct55; LP14783.

    24. A Star Lights Up. © 14Oct55; LP14956.

    25. Broadway Dateline. © 21Oct55; LP14784.

    26. A Job for the Macarone. © 28Oct55; LP14785.

    27. Barbecue. © 4Nov55; LP14786.

    28. Honorary Degree. © 11Nov55; LP14957.

    29. Dog about Town. © 18Nov55; LP14787.

    30. Blonde Mink. © 25Nov55; LP14792.

    31. The Good Luck Kid. © 2Dec55; LP14791.

    32. Judy the Jinx. © 9Dec55; LP14788.

    33. The Face of Johnny Dolliver. © 23Dec55; LP14789.

    34. Cleo. © 30Dec55; LP14790.

    35. The Pee Wees Take Over. © 30Dec55 (in notice: 1956); LP14948.

    36. The Pigeon Gets Plucked. © 13Jan56; LP14949.

    37. A Tale of Two Citizens. © 20Jan56; LP14766.

    38. Hot Oil. © 27Jan56; LP14765.

    39. Miracle Jones. © 3Feb56; LP14764.

  DAMS. Pat Dowling Pictures. 14 min., sd., color, 16mm. Eastman color.
    Appl. author: Thomas J. Stanton. © Pat Dowling Pictures; 1Jun57;
    MP8296.

  DAMSELS IN DISTRESS. Apex Film Corp., 1950. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    The Lone Ranger, Inc.; 8Jun50; LP649.

  THE DAN HOGAN STORY. SEE Wagon Train.

  THE DAN HOWELL STORY. SEE The Millionaire.

  DAN LARSEN. SEE The Millionaire.

  DAN MARSHALL’S BRAT. SEE Du Pont Theater.

  DAN MULCAHY STORY. SEE The Millionaire.

  DAN REID’S FIGHT FOR LIFE. SEE The Lone Ranger.

  DAN REID’S SACRIFICE. SEE The Lone Ranger.

  DANCE BEAT. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (A Movietone CinemaScope) © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
    2Nov58; MP9283.

  DANCE DEMONS. Universal Pictures Co. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    6May57; LP8671.

  DANCE LITTLE LADY. Renown Film Productions, London. Released in the U.
    S. by Trans-Lux Distributing Corp. 87 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Eastman color. © Alderdale Films, Ltd.; 15Jan55; LP7119.

  DANCE MADNESS. March of Time, 1952. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Ballets
    de France, no. 8) © Time, Inc.; 9Sep52; MP3103.

  THE DANCE OF THE HOURS. Variety Film Distributors. Distributed by
    United Artists, 1950. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Amerigo Benefico;
    3Jul50; MP443.

  DANCE OF THE WHOOPING CRANE. Borden Productions. 13 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. (Wonders of the Wild) © Borden Productions, Inc. & Richard
    Borden; 7May52 (in notice: 1951); MP6537.

  THE DANCE STORY. SEE Pride of the Family.

  DANCE WITH ME, HENRY. Bob Goldstein Productions. Released by United
    Artists. 79 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Bud Abbott & Lou Costello;
    9Dec56; LP8083.

  DANCERS OF THE DEEP. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd.,
    color, 35mm. A wide-screen production: CinemaScope. Stereophonic
    sound. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 23Dec53; MP4319.

  THE DANCING BEAR. SEE Circus Boy, no. 45.

  DANCING BEARS. H-302R-SC. Theo. Hamm Brewing Co. Made by
    Campbell-Mithun. 1 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Theo. Hamm Brewing Co.;
    14Apr57; MP8354.

  THE DANCING BIRD. Famous Cartoons. 8 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Famous
    Cartoons Co. (in notice: Famous Cartoons, Inc.); 1Feb58 (in notice:
    1957); LP13608.

  DANCING DAN’S CHRISTMAS. SEE The Damon Runyon Theatre, no. 2.

  THE DANCING DOWAGER. SEE State Trooper.

  DANCING LESSON. SEE Meet Mr. McNutley.

  DANCING SHOES. SEE Heckle and Jeckle the Talking Magpies in Dancing
    Shoes.

  THE DANCING YEARS. Associated British Picture Corp., London. Released
    in the U.S. by Monogram Pictures Corp., 1950. 98 min., sd., color,
    35mm. Based on the musical play of the same title by Ivor Novello. ©
    Stratford Pictures Corp.; 25Aug50; LP284.

  DANGER AHEAD. Apex Film Corp., 1950. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © The
    Lone Ranger, Inc.; 12Oct50; LP706.

  DANGER AT THE SAWMILL. SEE Sky King.

  DANGER BY NIGHT. SEE Alcoa-Goodyear Theatre, 8100.

  DANGER FOR DUFFY. SEE Man Against Crime, Jan. 10, 1954.

  DANGER IS MY BUSINESS. Vitaphone Corp., 1950. A Warner Bros. short
    subject. 20 min., sd., color, 35mm. © The Vitaphone Corp.; 30Apr50;
    MP507.

  THE DANGER SISTERS. SEE Soldiers of Fortune.

  DANGER SLEUTHS. RKO Pathe, 1950. 14 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (This Is
    America Series, no. 10) © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 23Jun50; MP404.

  DANGER TRAIL. Castle Films, 1951. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. © United
    World Films, Inc.; 15Jan51; LP2312.

  DANGER UNDER THE SEA. Universal International, 1951. 2 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 25Sep51; MP1751.

  DANGER ZONE. Spartan Productions. Released by Lippert Pictures, 1951.
    56 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Spartan Productions, Inc.; 7May51; LP903.

  DANGEROUS CROSSING. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 75 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on a story by John Dickson Carr. © Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp.; 24Jul53; LP2790.

  DANGEROUS HONEYMOON. SEE State Trooper.

  DANGEROUS MAN. SEE Big Town, no. 67.

  DANGEROUS MISSION. RKO Radio Pictures. 75 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Technicolor. © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 25Feb54; LP3544.

  DANGEROUS ORDERS. SEE Zane Grey Theatre, no. 9436.

  THE DANGEROUS PEOPLE. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  A DANGEROUS THING. SEE Fireside Theatre.

  DANGEROUS VENTURE. William Boyd Productions, 1947. 3 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. Based on characters created by Clarence E. Mulford. © Hopalong
    Cassidy Productions, Inc.; 1Jan47; LP2384.

  DANGEROUS VERDICT. SEE The Loretta Young Show, nos. 4024-26.

  DANGEROUS WATERS. Pennsylvania Sanitary Water Board [1952] Produced by
    Jam Handy Organization. 1 reel, color, 35mm. © The Jam Handy
    Organization, Inc.; 22Apr52; MU5420.

  DANGEROUS WHEN WET. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s, 1953. 95
    min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. © Loew’s Incorporated; 11May53;
    LP2601.

  THE DANGLING NOOSE. SEE The Three Musketeers.

  THE DANIEL BARRISTER STORY. SEE Wagon Train.

  DANIEL BOONE. Emerson Film Corp. Released by Encyclopaedia Britannica
    Films, 1950. 17 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Emerson Film Corp.; 7Jun50;
    MP342.

  DANIEL BOONE. SEE Captain Z-ro.

  DANIEL BOONE, TRAIL BLAZER. Gannaway Ver Halen. Released by Republic
    Pictures Corp. 9 reels, sd., color, 35mm. Trucolor. © Republic
    Pictures Corp.; 14Jun56; LP7359.

  DANIEL IN THE LIONS’ DEN. Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. Made by
    Moody Institute of Science. 13 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. ©
    Moody Bible Institute; 26Aug55; MP6803.

  THE DANIEL LEADLEY CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  DANIEL WEBSTER. Emerson Film Corp. Released by Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films, 1951. 18 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Emerson Film
    Corp.; 2Jan51 (in notice: 1950); MP921.

  DANIEL WEBSTER’S SACRIFICE TO SAVE THE UNION. SEE You Are There.

  DANIEL’S DEPARTMENT STORE. SEE It’s a Great Life.

  DANISH GYM DANDIES. Columbia Pictures Corp. 9 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (World of Sports) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 14Jul55; MP6330.

  DANISH SPORT DELIGHTS. Vitaphone Corp. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Sports Parade) A Warner Bros. short subject. Warnercolor. ©
    Vitaphone Corp.; 15Aug53; MP4996.

  DANNY BURKE CASE. SEE The Line Up, no. 22.

  DANNY GOES SOCIAL. SEE The Danny Thomas Show, no. 108.

  DANNY GOES TO TEXAS. SEE The Danny Thomas Show, no. 99.

  DANNY KUAANA’S HAWAIIANS AND THE PAGANS TELESCRIPTIONS. Snader
    Telescriptions Corp., 1950. 18 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Snader
    Telescriptions Corp.; 20Nov50; MP989.

  DANNY STRIKES OIL. SEE Make Room for Daddy, no. 15B.

  THE DANNY THOMAS SHOW. Marterto Enterprises. 1 reel each, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Marterto Enterprises, Inc.

    91. Boarding School. © 1Oct56; LP8717.

    93. The Diary. © 19Nov56; LP9507.

    94. Nelson Eddy. © 8Oct56; LP8718.

    95. Problem Father. © 15Oct56; LP8719.

    97. Pal. © 22Oct56; LP8720.

    99. Danny Goes to Texas. © 12Nov56; LP9506.

    101. My Fair Vocal Coach. © 25Oct56; LP9505.

    103. Pride Takes a Holiday. © 8Nov56; LP9502.

    104. Christmas and Clowns. © 24Dec56; LP9729.

    105. Liz’s Boyfriend. © 31Dec56; LP9503.

    107. The Girl From Iowa. © 21Jan57; LP9508.

    108. Danny Goes Social. © 28Jan57; LP9510.

    109. The Lobster Story. © 4Feb57; LP9504.

    112. My Friend Harry. © 28Feb57; LP9511.

    113. Danny’s Fiancee. © 21Feb57; LP9512.

    114. The Model. © 14Mar57; LP9513.

    115. Little League Umpire. © 28Mar57; LP9509.

    119. Little Miss Moppet. © 18Mar57; LP9514.

  THE DANNY THOMAS SHOW. SEE Make Room for Daddy.

  DANNY’S BIRTHDAY. SEE Make Room for Daddy, no. 30B.

  DANNY’S FIANCEE. SEE The Danny Thomas Show, no. 113.

  DANNY’S VACATION. SEE Make Room for Daddy, no. 30.

  DANTE DREAMER. Paramount Pictures Corp. 2 reels, sd., Technicolor,
    35mm. (Noveltoon Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 1Dec57;
    LP9655.

  DARA. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  DARBY O’GILL AND THE LITTLE PEOPLE. Walt Disney Productions. Released
    by Buena Vista Film Distribution Co. 1 reel, sd., Technicolor, 35mm.
    Suggested by H. T. Kavanagh’s Darby O’Gill stories. © Walt Disney
    Productions; 26Jan59; LP13491.

  DARBY O’GILL STORIES. SEE Darby O’Gill and the Little People.

  DARBY’S RANGERS. Warner Bros. Pictures. 121 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Suggested by the book by James Altieri. © Warner Bros. Pictures,
    Inc.; 22Feb58 (in notice: 1957); LP13400.

  DAREDEVIL CONQUEST. SEE Norman Conquest.

  DAREDEVIL DAYS. Vitaphone Corp., 1952. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Warner Bros. short subject. © The Vitaphone Corp.; 8Sep52; MP2740.

  DAREDEVIL DROOPY. Loew’s, 1951. An MGM cartoon. 6 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Droopy Cartoon) © Loew’s Inc.; 21Feb51; LP793.

  DAREDEVILS ON ICE. Castle Films, 1945. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Castle Films, Inc.; 15Jun45; MP2840.

  DARING DOLLS. Candl Productions, 1952. 20 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Candl Productions, Inc.; 15May52; MP2656.

  THE DARING YOUNG MAN. SEE Circus Boy, no. 13.

  DARK ALLEYS OF ALGIERS. SEE Combat Sergeant.

  DARK CITY. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1950. 11 reels, sd., b&w. 35mm. ©
    Paramount Pictures Corp.; 6Oct50; LP392.

  DARK CORRIDOR. SEE The Adventures of Ellery Queen.

  THE DARK HORSE. SEE Richard Diamond, Private Detective, no. 8602.

  THE DARK HOUR. SEE The Whistler, no. 34.

  DARK LEGACY. SEE Celebrity Playhouse, no. 38.

  DARK OF THE NIGHT. SEE Inner Sanctum, no. 27.

  THE DARK PAGE. SEE Scandal Sheet.

  THE DARK ROOM. SEE Alcoa Presents.

  DARK STRANGER. SEE Private Secretary, no. 16.

  DARK VIOLENCE. Paul Burton-Mercur. 7,200 ft., b&w, 35mm. © Paul
    Burton-Mercur; 10Jan55; MU5855.

  THE DARK WAVE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., color,
    35mm. CinemaScope. Color by DeLuxe. Produced in cooperation with the
    Variety Club Foundation. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 3Sep56;
    LP8016.

  DARKNESS INTO LIGHT. SEE Van Gogh: Darkness into Light.

  THE DARLING BUDS OF MAY. SEE The Mating Game.

  DARLING, HOW COULD YOU! Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 96 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on the play, “Alice-Sit-by-the-Fire,” by James M.
    Barrie. © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 1Oct51; LP1216.

  DARLINGTON. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co. 1
    min. Appl. author: Glenn Wilson. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 14Dec55;
    MU6006.

  DARLINGTON RECORD. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Campbell-Ewald
    Co. 80 sec. Appl. author: Charles Schiappacasse. © Campbell-Ewald
    Co.; 8Jun56; MU6102.

  THE DART. SEE Flight, no. 1200-10.

  DATA PROCESSING IN QUALITY CONTROL. International Business Machines
    Corp. 875 ft., b&w, 16mm. © International Business Machines Corp.;
    2Mar59; MU6655.

  DATA PROCESSING OF TUBE CHARACTERISTICS. International Business
    Machines Corp. 550 ft., b&w, 16mm. © International Business Machines
    Corp.; 2Mar59; MU6657.

  DATE ETIQUETTE. Coronet, 1952. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © David A.
    Smart; 7Apr52; MP2365.

  A DATE FOR MARGARET. SEE The Bob Cummings Show, no. 7.

  A DATE FOR MISS DUFFY. SEE Duffy’s Tavern.

  A DATE FOR MRS. MORGAN. SEE It’s a Great Life.

  DATE FOR TOMORROW. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  DATE IN RENO. SEE City Detective.

  DATE WITH A STRANGER. SEE Du Pont Theater.

  DATE WITH A WOLF. SEE The Gale Storm Show.

  DATE WITH KELLY. SEE Bachelor Father.

  A DATE WITH MRS. SMITH. Jam Handy Organization for Kroger. © 1950. 5
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 21Nov50;
    MU5235.

  A DATE WITH MITZI. SEE Here Comes Donald.

  DATELINE LAS VEGAS. SEE Wire Service.

  DATING: DO’S AND DON’TS. Coronet, 1949. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    David A. Smart; 2Nov49; MP5069.

  DAUGHTER OF DOCTOR JEKYLL. Film Venturers. Released by Allied Artists
    Pictures Corp. 69 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Allied Artists Pictures
    Corp.; 5Aug57; LP8750.

  DAUGHTER OF MINE. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 80.

  THE DAUGHTER OF ROSIE O’GRADY. Warner Brothers Pictures Corp., 1950.
    104 min., sd., color, 35mm. © Warner Brothers Pictures Corp.;
    28Apr50 (in notice: 1949); LP84.

  THE DAUGHTER OF THE REGIMENT. SEE La Hija del Regimiento.

  DAUGHTERS OF EVE. Broadway Roadshow Productions, 1952. 10 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Broadway Roadshow Productions (Harry A. Farros);
    15Jan52; MP2587.

  THE DAUGHTERS OF MARS. SEE The Ethel Barrymore Theater.

  DAVID AND BATHSHEBA. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1951. 116 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 15Aug51;
    LP1352.

  DAVID AND SAUL. Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. Made by Moody
    Institute of Science. 12 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Moody Bible
    Institute of Chicago; 14Jul53; LP6467.

  DAVID AND SAUL. Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. Made by Moody
    Institute of Science. 12 min., sd., color, 16mm. Ansco color. ©
    Moody Bible Institute: 9Jul55 (in notice: 1953); MP6809.

  DAVID BARRETT. SEE The Millionaire.

  DAVID BEN-GURION, PRIME MINISTER OF ISRAEL. SEE Face the Nation.

  DAVID DANIEL KEEGAN. SEE Wanted.

  DAVID GOLDER. SEE

    My Daughter Joy.

    Operation X.

  DAVID HARDING, COUNTERSPY. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 71 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the radio program “Counterspy,” created by
    Phillips H. Lord. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 17May50; LP140.

  DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA. Universal Pictures Co. 2 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. A Universal International picture. © Universal Pictures
    Co., Inc.; 24Dec53; LP3159.

  DAVID TREMAYNE. SEE The Millionaire.

  THE DAVIS MURDER CASE. SEE The Line-up, no. 13.

  DAVIS READS TEA LEAVES. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 35.

  DAVY CROCKETT AND THE RIVER PIRATES. Walt Disney Productions. Released
    by Buena Vista Film Distribution Co. Sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor.
    © Walt Disney Productions; 10Apr56 (in notice: 1955); LP8892.

  DAVY CROCKETT & THE RIVER PIRATES. SEE Disneyland, 1955-1956, no. 14.

  DAVY CROCKETT AT THE ALAMO. SEE Disneyland, no. 18.

  DAVY CROCKETT GOES TO CONGRESS. SEE Disneyland, no. 14.

  DAVY CROCKETT, INDIAN FIGHTER. SEE Disneyland, no. 8.

  DAVY CROCKETT, INDIAN SCOUT. Edward Small Productions, Inc. Released
    through United Artists Corp., 1950. 71 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Previously entitled “Indian Scout.” © Reliance Pictures, Inc.;
    7Jan50; LP2745.

  DAVY CROCKETT, KING OF THE WILD FRONTIER. Walt Disney Productions.
    Released by Buena Vista Film Distribution Co. 93 min., sd., color,
    35mm. Technicolor. © Walt Disney Productions; 18Mar55 (in notice:
    1954); LP5195.

  DAVY CROCKETT’S KEELBOAT RACE. SEE Disneyland. 1955-1956, no. 10.

  DAWG GAWN. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Noveltoon Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 5Dec58; LP12533.

  DAWN AT DAMASCUS. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  DAWN AT SOCORRO. Universal Pictures Co. 81 min., sd., color, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. Technicolor. © Universal Pictures
    Co., Inc.; 18Jul54; LP3903.

  DAWN’S EARLY LIGHT. SEE The Adventures of the Falcon.

  THE DAY AMERICA IS ATTACKED. SEE Air Power, no. 1.

  A DAY AT THE ZOO. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Blue Ribbon Cartoon) Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 26Nov54 (in
    notice: 1938); MP5408.

  A DAY FOR THE STINGRAY. SEE Navy Log.

  THE DAY I DIED. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  THE DAY I MET CARUSO. SEE Screen Directors Playhouse.

  A DAY IN CONGRESS. (This Is Washington, no. 1) Hullinger Productions.
    Released by Instructional Films, Inc., 1950. 18 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Edwin Ware Hullinger; 26May50; MP177.

  DAY IN COURT. International Harvester Co., 1951. Produced by Cate &
    McGlone. 30 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © International Harvester Co.;
    21Oct51; MP2502.

  DAY IN MANHATTAN. RKO Pathe, 1950. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Screenliner Series, no. 13) © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 11Aug50; MP744.

  A DAY IN THE COUNTRY. Lippert Pictures, 1953. 13 min., sd., color,
    35mm. Ansco color. A three-dimensional film. © Jack Rieger; 22Apr53;
    LP2523.

  A DAY IN THE COUNTRY. Societe du Cinema du Pantheon, France. Released
    in the U. S. by Joseph Burstyn, Inc., 1950. 37 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    In French with English titles. Released in combination with two
    other films, “Jofroi” and “The Miracle,” under the title, “Ways of
    Love.” Based on the story, “Une Partie de Compagne,” by Guy de
    Maupassant. © Joseph Burstyn, Inc.; 12Dec50; LP845.

  A DAY IN THE LAND OF SKY BLUE WATERS. H-304R-SC. Theo. Hamm Brewing
    Co. Made by Campbell-Mithun. 1 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Theo. Hamm
    Brewing Co.; 14Apr57; MP8355.

  A DAY IN THE LIFE OF DONALD DUCK. SEE Disneyland. 1955-1956, no. 21.

  A DAY IN THE SUN. SEE The Walter Winchell File.

  A DAY IN TRINIDAD, THE LAND OF LAUGHTER. Warwick Film Productions,
    London. Released in the U. S. by Columbia Pictures Corp. 2 reels,
    sd., color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Technicolor. © Warwick Film
    Productions, Ltd.; 24Sep57; MP8459.

  DAY IS DONE. SEE Screen Directors Playhouse.

  THE DAY IS OURS. SEE The Story of Mandy.

  DAY LILIES. SEE How Does Your Garden Grow, no. 20.

  THE DAY MAN. SEE Man Against Crime, May 20, 1953.

  DAY OF DECISION. SEE Zorro, no. 39.

  A DAY OF FURY. Universal Pictures Co. 8 reels, sd., color, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. Technicolor. © Universal Pictures
    Co., Inc.; 27Jan56; LP5952.

  DAY OF GLORY. SEE Jane Wyman Theatre.

  DAY OF GOOD NEWS. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  DAY OF TERROR. SEE M-Squad.

  A DAY OF THANKSGIVING. Centron Corp., 1951. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Centron Corp., Inc.; 20Apr51; MP1403.

  DAY OF THE BAD MAN. Universal International. Released by Universal
    Pictures Co. 81 min., sd., Eastman color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Based
    on a story by John M. Cunningham. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    31Dec57; LP10488.

  DAY OF THE DRAGON. SEE Restless Gun.

  DAY OF THE FIGHT. RKO Pathe, 1951. 16 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (This Is
    America Series no. 8) © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 30Mar51; MP1641.

  DAY OF THE KILLING. SEE Zane Grey Theatre, no. 6526.

  DAY OF THE OUTLAW. Security Pictures. Released by United Artists Corp.
    90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel by Lee Wells. © Security
    Pictures, Inc.; 19Jul59; LP13959.

  DAY OF THE TRIAL. SEE Celebrity Playhouse, no. 2.

  THE DAY OF THE TRUMPET. People’s Pictures, Manila. 8 reels, sd.,
    Eastman color, 35mm. Written and directed by Eddie Romero. ©
    People’s Pictures, Inc.; 25Dec57; LP9550.

  DAY OF TRIUMPH. Century Films. Released by George J. Schaefer. 110
    min., sd., color, 35mm. © Century Films, Inc.; 17Dec54; LP4674.

  DAY OF VENGEANCE. SEE Trackdown, no. 6415.

  DAY 10. SEE Medic.

  THE DAY THAT SUSIE LOST HER SMILE. Bristol-Myers Co. 4 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. © Bristol-Myers Co.; 31May59; LP14652.

  THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1951.
    92 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a story by Harry Bates. ©
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 18Sep51; LP1263.

  DAY THE WORLD ENDED. Golden State Productions. Released by American
    Releasing Corp. 81 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. SuperScope. © Golden State
    Productions; 1Dec55; LP7268.

  THE DAY THEY GAVE BABIES AWAY. SEE All Mine To Give.

  THE DAY THEY KIDNAPPED SANTA CLAUS. SEE Man Against Crime. Dec. 24,
    1952.

  A DAY TO REMEMBER. Group Film Productions, London. Released in the U.
    S. by Republic Pictures Corp. 10 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the
    novel The Hand and Flower, by Jerrard Tickell. © Group Film
    Productions, Ltd.; 5Nov53; LP5153.

  A DAY WITH THE F. B. I. RD-DR Corp. Released by Columbia Pictures
    Corp., 1951. 19 min., sd., color, 35mm. A Reader’s Digest on the
    Screen presentation. © RD-DR Corp.; 21Jul51; MP1553.

  A DAY WITH THE LITTLE SISTERS. Little Sisters of the Poor [1953] 24
    min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. Appl. author: Alban J. Norris. ©
    Little Sisters of the Poor; 20May53; MU5558.

  A DAY WITH THE UPJOHN COMPANY. Upjohn Co. Made by Wilding Picture
    Productions. 30 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Upjohn Co.;
    30Mar55; MP6001.

  DAY WITHOUT END (COMBAT). SEE Men in War.

  DAYS OF NOVEMBER. SEE Alcoa-Goodyear Theatre, no. 8130.

  THE DAYTON CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  DAYTONA. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co. 2 min.
    Appl. author: Frank L. Hopkins. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 10Apr57;
    MU6296.

  DE MORTIUS. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  DE TEQUILA SU MEZCAL. (Your Mezcal from Tequila) Filmex, Mexico.
    Released in the U. S. by Importadora. 97 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Appl.
    author: Cesar Santos Galindo. © Importadora, Inc.; 1Jul50; LP11569.

  THE DEAD ARE SILENT. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  THE DEAD DON’T DREAM. William Boyd Productions. sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    William Boyd Productions, Inc.; 31Dec48; LP2837.

  DEAD END. Monroe Auto Equipment Co. Made by Video Films. 15 min., sd.,
    Kodachrome, 16mm. Appl. author: William R. Witherell, Jr. © Video
    Films; 5Sep58; MU6499.

  DEAD END. SEE Wanted: Dead or Alive, no. 6308.

  DEAD-EYE. SEE The Lone Ranger.

  DEAD GIVEAWAY. SEE Sky King, no. 52.

  DEAD HEAT. SEE City Detective.

  DEAD MAN AT TUCSON. SEE 26 Men.

  DEAD MAN’S BLUFF. SEE Annie Oakley.

  DEAD MAN’S CHEST. Apex Film Corp., 1950. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Based on a radio script of the same title by Ralph Goll. © The Lone
    Ranger, Inc.; 28Sep50; LP711.

  DEAD MAN’S SHOE. Flying A Pictures, 1951. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Flying A Pictures; 9Apr51; LP861.

  DEAD MAN’S TALE. SEE Mr. and Mrs. North, no. 14.

  DEAD MAN’S TRAIL. Monogram, 1952. 59 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Monogram
    Pictures Corp.; 22Jun52; LP1797.

  DEAD MAN’S WILL. SEE Sky King, no. 33.

  DEAD MEN DON’T DREAM. SEE Mickey Spillane.

  DEAD MEN TALK TOO MUCH. SEE Big Town, no. 6.

  DEAD OF NOON. SEE Studio One Series.

  DEAD ON ARRIVAL. SEE Whirlybirds, no. 73.

  DEAD ON COURSE. SEE Wings of Danger.

  DEAD OR ALIVE. SEE

    Lilli Palmer Presents The Quality Theatre.

    26 Men.

  THE DEAD PART OF THE HOUSE. SEE Alcoa Presents.

  DEAD PIGEON. SEE Tight Spot.

  DEAD RIGHT. Adrian Weiss Productions, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Based on the Craig Kennedy stories created by Arthur B. Reeve. ©
    Adrian Weiss Productions; 29Jan53 (in notice: 1952); LP2249.

  DEAD TO RIGHTS. SEE Big Town, no. 89.

  THE DEADEYE KID. SEE Rifleman, no. 6241.

  DEADEYE, THE INDIAN SCOUT. SEE The Red Skelton Show.

  DEADFALL. SEE Zane Grey Theatre, no. 6542.

  THE DEADLIEST SIN. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 75 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Merton Park Studios, Ltd.; 29Jan56 (in notice: 1954);
    LP5870.

  THE DEADLIEST WEAPON. SEE I Spy.

  DEADLINE. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue
    Productions, Inc.; 13Sep55; LP7211.

  DEADLINE. SEE

    Big Town, no. 76.

    Crossroads.

  DEADLINE AT NOON. SEE Flash Gordon.

  DEADLINE—U. S. A. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1952. 87 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 14Mar52; LP1802.

  DEADLOCK. SEE Another Man’s Poison.

  THE DEADLY. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  THE DEADLY BOLAS. SEE Zorro, no. 33.

  DEADLY CITY. SEE Target Earth.

  DEADLY DECOY. SEE Trackdown, no. 6409.

  DEADLY DIAMONDS. SEE Jet Jackson, The Flying Commando, no. 3.

  DEADLY DOUBT. Revue Productions in association with MCA TV. Approx. 27
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue Productions, Inc.; 15Apr55; LP6771.

  DEADLY DRUMS. Universal Pictures Co., 1953. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Variety View) A Universal International picture. © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 8May53 (in notice: 1952); MP3551.

  DEADLY FEAR. SEE Crossroads.

  THE DEADLY GAME. Hammer Film Productions, London. Released in the U.
    S. by Lippert Pictures. 63 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a novel by
    Nicolas Bentley. © Exclusive Films, Ltd.; 16Nov54; LP4151.

  DEADLY GAME. SEE Rendezvous. Blowout.

  THE DEADLY MANTIS. Universal Pictures Co. 78 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    29Jan57; LP8122.

  THE DEADLY PROJECT. SEE Jet Jackson, The Flying Commando, no. 17.

  THE DEADLY ROCK. SEE The Adventures of Superman.

  THE DEADLY WAIT. SEE The Rifleman, no. 6249.

  DEADLY WELCOME. SEE The Adventures of the Falcon.

  DEADWOOD. SEE Tales of Wells Fargo.

  THE DEADWOOD CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  DEAF CHILDREN. SEE Confidential File.

  THE DEAL. SEE Trackdown, no. 8253.

  A DEAL IN DIAMONDS. SEE Crusader.

  DEAL ME IN. RKO Radio Pictures, 1951. 16 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Leon
    Errol Series, no. 6) © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 8Aug51; LP1176.

  THE DEALER. SEE Tales of Wells Fargo.

  DEALER TO DEALER. General Motors Acceptance Corp. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 29 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © General Motors Acceptance
    Corp.; 15Nov57; MU6407.

  DEALER’S CHOICE. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  DEAN FOR A DAY. SEE Meet Mr. McNutley.

  DEAR BRAT. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 82 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Paramount Pictures Corp.; 1Jun51; LP952.

  THE DEAR DEPARTED. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue
    Productions, Inc.; 31Dec53; LP3330.

  DEAR DIANE. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 132.

  DEAR MILKMAN. SEE The Loretta Young Show, nos. 4015-16.

  DEAR MISS LOVELACE. SEE The Ethel Barrymore Theater.

  DEAR MURDERER. Gainsborough Pictures, London. Released in the U.S. by
    Universal Pictures, 1948. 94 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the play
    by St. John Legh Clowes. © Gainsborough Pictures, Ltd.; 5Jun48 (in
    notice: 1947); LP411.

  DEAR MURDERER. Gainsborough Pictures, London, 1947. Released in the U.
    S. by Universal Pictures Co. 94 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the
    play by St. John Legh Clowes. © Gainsborough Pictures, Ltd.; 5Jun47;
    LP411.

  DEAR MYRTLE. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. (Variety
    View) A Universal International picture. © Universal Pictures Co.,
    Inc.; 25Oct54; MP5580.

  DEAR TEACHER. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 323.

  DEAR UNCLE. Harding College. Made by John Sutherland Productions. 9
    min., sd., color, 16mm. Technicolor. © Harding College; 1Jul53 (in
    notice: 1951); MP3711.

  DEAR VARIETY. SEE Mr. Adams and Eve.

  DEAR WIFE. Paramount Pictures Inc., 1950. 88 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on characters created by Norman Krasna. © Paramount Pictures
    Corp.; 17Feb50 (in notice: 1949); LP2857.

  DEATH AND TAXES. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 346.

  DEATH AND THE OTHER MONKEY. Panda Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Panda Productions, Inc.; 17Feb54; LP3700.

  DEATH AT TWIN PINES. SEE Wire Service.

  DEATH BELOW DECKS. SEE Man Against Crime. Apr. 15, 1953.

  DEATH BELOW ZERO. SEE Jet Jackson, The Flying Commando, no. 5.

  DEATH BOOK. Lindsley Parsons Productions, 1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. (Crime File Series, no. 12) © Lindsley Parsons Productions,
    Inc.; 24Mar52; LP1605.

  DEATH BY PROXY. B. B. Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on
    characters created by Clarence E. Mulford. © B. B. Productions;
    11Dec53; LP3796.

  DEATH BY PROXY. SEE The Californians, no. 25A.

  DEATH CALL. SEE Invisible Man, no. 15.

  DEATH CELL. SEE Invisible Man, no. 15.

  DEATH DOLL. SEE Mr. and Mrs. North, no. N212.

  DEATH DREAM. Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Revue Productions, Inc.; 10Oct55; LP7001.

  DEATH GETS A DIPLOMA. SEE Mickey Spillane.

  DEATH GOES TO PRESS. SEE The Lone Ranger.

  DEATH HAS A SYSTEM. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Revue Productions, Inc.; 31Dec53; LP3438.

  DEATH HAS DEEP ROOTS. SEE Guilty.

  DEATH HOUSE TESTAMENT. SEE Peter Gunn.

  DEATH IN A GHOST TOWN. SEE The Adventures of Ellery Queen.

  DEATH IN INNER SPACE. Panda Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Panda Productions, Inc.; 3Feb54; LP3810.

  DEATH IN LOVE. SEE La Muerte Enamorada.

  DEATH IN SMALL DOSES. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 79 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on a Saturday Evening Post article by Arthur L. Davis. ©
    Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 13Aug57; LP8983.

  DEATH IN THE DRAGOONS. SEE 26 Men.

  DEATH IN THE DUNES. SEE Mr. and Mrs. North, no. 3.

  DEATH IN THE FOREST. SEE Lone Ranger Series, no. 117.

  DEATH IN THE NEGATIVE. SEE Flash Gordon.

  DEATH IN THE SNOW. SEE On Trial.

  DEATH IS A RED BALLOON. SEE Medic.

  DEATH MAKES A PASS. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Revue Productions, Inc.; 31Dec53; LP3408.

  THE DEATH MERCHANT. SEE Wire Service.

  DEATH OF A NOBODY. SEE Telephone Time.

  THE DEATH OF A PUPPET. SEE The Line-Up.

  DEATH OF A SALESMAN. Stanley Kramer Co. Released by Columbia Pictures
    Corp., 1951. 115 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the play of the same
    title by Arthur Miller. © Stanley Kramer Co.; 5Dec51; LP1442.

  DEATH OF A SCOUNDREL. Charles Martin Productions. Released by RKO
    Radio Pictures. 119 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Produced, and written by
    Charles Martin. © Charles Martin Productions, Inc.; 31Oct56; LP7263.

  DEATH OF A SMART ALECK. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Revue Productions, Inc.; 31Dec53; LP3378.

  DEATH OF A SPY. SEE I Spy.

  DEATH OF A WAX DOLL. SEE The Adventures of Ellery Queen.

  THE DEATH OF DILLINGER-SAN. SEE Navy Log.

  THE DEATH OF JOHNNY RINGO. SEE Buffalo Bill, Jr.

  DEATH OF MANOLETE. SEE Manolete.

  THE DEATH OF SOCRATES. SEE You Are There.

  THE DEATH OF STONEWALL JACKSON. SEE You Are There.

  DEATH ON THE DIAMOND. SEE Man Against Crime, July 17, 1953.

  DEATH ON THE ROCK. SEE State Trooper.

  DEATH ON WHEELS. SEE State Trooper.

  DEATH RIDES A WAGON. SEE Medic.

  DEATH RIDES A WILDCAT. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Revue Productions, Inc.; 31Dec54; LP5012.

  DEATH RIDES THE 12:15. SEE Jane Wyman Theater.

  DEATH SENTENCE. SEE

    Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

    The Whistler, no. 39.

  DEATH STACKS THE DECK. SEE Zorro, no. 19.

  DEATH TAKES A PARTNER. SEE Man Against Crime. Mar. 11, 1953.

  DEATH TAKES AN ENCORE. SEE Mickey Spillane.

  DEATH—THE HARD WAY. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Revue Productions, Inc.; 31Dec54; LP4976.

  DEATH TRAP. Apex Film Corp., 1950. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © The Lone
    Ranger, Inc.; 20Apr50; LP615.

  DEATH TRAP. SEE Lilli Palmer Presents the Quality Theatre.

  DEATH UNDER A CITY. SEE Lilli Palmer Presents The Quality Theatre.

  DEATH VALLEY DAYS. Pacific Coast Borax Co. Made by Flying A Pictures.
    2 reels each, sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: McCann-Erickson, Inc. ©
    Borax Consolidated Ltd. (Pacific Coast Borax Co.)

    316. Sego Lilies. © 28Apr53; LP2945.

    317. Little Oscar’s Millions. © 28Apr53; LP2947.

    318. Land of the Free. © 26May53; LP2946.

    319. The Diamond Babe. © 29Sep53; LP3050.

    320. Little Washington. © 1Oct53; LP3048.

    321. Whirlwind Courtship. © 21Nov53; LP3219.

    322. Which Side of the Fence? © 29Oct53; LP3049.

    323. Dear Teacher. © 24Nov53; LP3216.

    324. Little Papeete. © 2Jan54; LP3217.

    325. Solomon in All His Glory. © 27Oct53; LP3051.

    326. Lotta Crabtree. © 5Jan54; LP3218.

    327. Snowshoe Thompson. © 27Feb54; LP3535.

    328. The Twelve Pound Nugget. © 30Jan54; LP3534.

    329. The Big Team Rolls. © 27Jan55 (in notice: 1954); LP4459.

    330. Jimmy Dalton’s Treasure. © 27Feb54; LP3533.

    331. Yaller. © 30Jan54; LP3532.

    332. Husband Pro Tem. © 27Mar54; LP3627.

    333. The Kickapoo Run. © 10Apr54; LP3628.

    334. The Rainbow Chaser. © 15May54; LP3786.

    335. Sixth Sense. © 8May54; LP3787.

    336. Mr. Godiva. © 17Jun54; LP4142.

    337. Death Valley Scotty. © 29Apr55 (in notice: 1954); LP4603.

    338. The Saint’s Portrait. © 24Sep54; LP4143.

    339. 11,000 Miners Can’t Be Wrong. © 25Sep54; LP4141.

    340. Black Bart, the PO8. © 26Oct54; LP4330.

    341. Lola Montez. © 4Jan55 (in notice: 1954); LP4392.

    342. To Big Charlie from Little Charlie. © 6Dec54; LP4393.

    343. Halfway Girl. © 22Oct54; LP4331.

    344. The Light on the Mountain. © 19Nov54; LP4329.

    345. Sequoia. © 31Dec54; LP4391.

    346. Death and Taxes. © 3Feb55 (in notice: 1954); LP4458.

    347. Million Dollar Wedding. © 1Mar55; LP4525.

    348. Riggs and Riggs. © 24Feb55; LP4526.

    349. Love ’Em and Leave ’Em. © 29Mar55 (in notice: 1954); LP4602.

  DEATH VALLEY DAYS. Pacific Coast Borax Co. 2 reels each, sd., b&w,
    16mm. Appl. author: McCann Erickson, Inc. © Borax Consolidated, Ltd.
    (Pacific Coast Borax Co.)

    350. The Seventh Day. © 21Apr55; LP5309.

    351. I Am Joaquin. © 7Jun55; LP5377.

    352. The Crystal Gazer. © 3Jun55; LP5378.

    353. The Mormons’ Grindstone. © 28Apr55; LP5308.

    354. The Valencia Cake. © 26Sep55; LP5589.

    355. Reno. © 23Sep55; LP5588.

    356. The Homeliest Man in Nevada. © 24Oct55; LP6915.

    357. California’s First Ice Man. © 12Dec55; LP5944.

    358. The Hangman Waits. © 19Dec55 (in notice: 1954); LP5943.

    359. A Killing in Diamonds. © 20Oct55; LP5792.

    360. Miracle of the Sea Gulls. © 14Nov55; LP5853.

    361. Nevada’s Plymouth Rock. © 13Feb56; LP6434.

    362. Wildcat’s First Piano. ©21Nov55; LP5852.

    363. The Baron of Arizona. © 6Feb56; LP6433.

    364. The Man Who’d Bet on Anything. © 16Jan56 (in notice: 1955);
      LP5956.

    365. The Hoodoo Mine. © 2Mar56; LP6444.

    366. Gold Is Where You Find It. © 9Jan56 (in notice: 1955); LP5957.

    367. Mr. Bigfoot. © 12Mar56; LP6443.

    368. Two Bits. © 7Apr56; LP6565.

    369. Escape. © 30Mar56; LP6564.

    370. Bill Bottle’s Birthday. © 27Apr56; LP7072.

    371. The Sinbuster. © 4May56; LP7070.

    372. The Longest Beard in the World. © 1Jun56; LP7071.

    373. Pay Dirt. © 25May56; LP7073.

    374. Faro Bill’s Layout. © 14Sep56; LP7125.

    375. The Bear Flag. © 21Sep56; LP7126.

    376. Emperor Norton. © 15Jun56; LP7074.

  DEATH VALLEY DAYS. United States Borax & Chemical Corp. 1 reel unless
    otherwise indicated, sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: McCann-Erickson,
    Inc. © United States Borax & Chemical Corp.

    Big Liz. © 30Oct58; MP9255.

    The Gambler and the Lady. © 27Nov58; LP9260.

    The Jackass Mail. © 12Nov58; MP9259.

    Perilous Cargo. © 24Nov58; MP9258.

    The Red Flannel Shift. © 27Oct58; MP9256.

    Thorn of the Rose. © 10Nov58; MP9257.

  DEATH VALLEY DAYS. United States Borax & Chemical Corp. 30 min. each,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: McCann-Erickson, Inc. © United States
    Borax & Chemical Corp.

    377. The Rose of Rhyolite (The Rose of Thyolite) © 3Dec56; LP7382.

    378. The Last Letter. © 8Dec56; LP7383.

    379. Loggerheads. © 17Nov56; LP7856.

    380. Year of Destiny. © 31Dec56; LP8203.

    381. Mercer Girl. © 7Jan57 (in notice: 1956); LP8201.

    382. Pat Garrett’s Side of It. © 22Oct56; LP7262.

    383. The Hidden Treasure of Cucamonga. © 5Nov56; LP7855.

    384. The Washington Elm. © 4Mar57; LP8204.

    385. California’s Paul Revere. © 28Jan57 (in notice: 1956); LP8202.

    387. The Luck of the Irish. © 25Mar57; LP8205.

    388. The Trial of Red Haskell. © 25Feb57; LP8206.

    389. Lady Engineer. © 1Apr57; LP8207.

    390. Train of Events. © 22Apr57; LP8273.

    391. The Man Who Was Never Licked. © 29Apr57; LP8272.

    392. Arsenic Springs. © 14Oct57; LP9712.

    393. California Gold Rush in Reverse. © 30Sep57; LP9714.

    394. Camel Train. © 1Oct57; LP9796.

    395. Fifteen Paces to Fame. © 7Nov57; LP9795.

    396. California’s First Schoolmarm. © 12Oct57; LP9713.

    397. Fifty Years a Mystery. © 30Oct57; LP10103.

    398. The Calico Dog. © 29Nov57; LP9794.

    400. Wheel of Fortune. © 23Jan58; LP9931.

    401. Yankee Pirate. © 13Feb58; LP10251.

    402. The Girl Who Walked with a Giant. © 12Apr58; LP11072.

    403. Auto Intoxication. © 24Feb58; LP10286.

    405. The Greatest Scout of All. © 2Jan58; LP10099.

    406. The Last Bad Man. © 9Dec57; LP10101.

    407. Rough and Ready. © 7Dec57; LP10102.

    408. Man on the Run. © 30Jan58; LP10249.

    409. Two Gun Nan. © 27Feb58; LP10287.

    410. The Mystery of Suicide Gulch. © 28Mar58; LP11068.

    411. Ten in Texas. © 14Feb58; LP10250.

    412. Quong Kee. © 27Nov58; LP9793.

    413. Birth of a Boom. © 31Jan58; LP10100.

    414. The Big Rendezvous. © 5Apr58; LP11074.

    415. Cockeyed Charlie Parkhurst. © 13Mar58; LP11071.

    417. Jerkline Jitters. © 4Jun58; LP11069.

    418. The Telescope Eye. © 27Mar58; LP11070.

    420. Empire of Youth. © 13Jan58; LP9932.

    421. The Great Amulet. © 14Mar58; LP11073.

    425. Head of the House. © 29Sep58; MP9141.

    426. The Moving Out of Minnie. © 13Oct58; MP9189.

    430. The Capture. © 2Oct58; MP9142.

    431. Ship of No Return. © 9Oct58; MP9188.

    441. The Gunsmith. © 11Dec58; LP12802.

    442. Old Gabe. © 8Dec58; LP12803.

    443. A Town Is Born. © 16Jan59 (in notice: 1958); LP12804.

    444. A Bullet for the Captain. © 3Jan59 (in notice: 1958); LP12807.

    445. A Piano Goes West. © 2Jan59 (in notice: 1958); LP12806.

    446. Sailor on a Horse. © 17Jan59 (in notice: 1958); LP12805.

    447. Wheelbarrow Johnny. © 31Jan59; LP12809.

    448. Gold Lake. © 30Jan59; LP12808.

    449. Eruption at Volcano. 2 reels. © 14Feb59; LP13079.

    450. Stagecoach Spy. 2 reels. © 13Feb59; LP13078.

    451. Pioneer Circus. 2 reels. © 28Feb59; LP13086.

    452. Price of a Passport. 2 reels. © 27Feb59; LP13087.

    453. The Blonde King. 2 reels. © 14Mar59; LP13080.

    454. The Invaders. 2 reels. © 13Mar59; LP13081.

    455. Old Blue. 2 reels. © 28Mar59; LP13077.

    456. The Newspaper That Went to Jail. 2 reels. © 27Mar59; LP13076.

    457. The Talking Wire. 2 reels. © 11Apr59; LP13213.

    458. Perilous Refuge. 2 reels. © 10Apr59; LP13212.

    459. Half a Loaf. © 25Apr59; LP13383.

    460. RX - Slow Death. © 24Apr59; LP13384.

    461. Forty Steps to Glory. © 9May59; LP13578.

    462. Valley of Danger. © 8May59; LP13577.

  THE DEATH VALLEY KID. Pacific Coast Borax Co., 1952. Produced by
    Flying A Pictures. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. (Death Valley Days
    Series) © Borax Consolidated, Ltd. (Pacific Coast Borax Co.);
    10Dec52; LP2446.

  DEATH VALLEY SCOTTY. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 337.

  DEATH WATCH. SEE Zane Grey Theatre, no. 9404.

  DEATH WEARS LEAD SHOES. SEE Man Against Crime, Oct. 11, 1953; Oct. 18,
    1953.

  DEATH’S GODCHILD. SEE El Ahijado de la Muerte.

  DEATH’S RANSOM. Lindsley Parsons Productions, 1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Lindsley Parsons Productions, Inc.; 19Aug52; LP1876.

  THE DE BERRY AFFAIR. SEE The Count of Monte Cristo.

  DEBORAH. SEE Celebrity Playhouse, no. 28.

  DEBT OF GRATITUDE. SEE Zane Grey Theatre, no. 8450.

  DEBUT. SEE The Westinghouse-Desilu Playhouse, no. 4.

  DECAMERON NIGHTS. Film Locations, London. Released in the U. S. by RKO
    Radio Pictures. 85 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. Based on a
    treatment by Géza Herczeg. © Film Locations, Ltd.; 31Dec52; LP3117.

  DECATHLON MAP. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co.
    140 sec. Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald Co., employer for hire of
    Frederick L. Lounsberry, author of script. © Campbell-Ewald Co.;
    7Jun57; MU6328.

  DECATUR’S RAID ON TRIPOLI. SEE You Are There.

  DECEMBER BRIDE. Columbia Broadcasting System. 30 min. each, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.

    Alaska Show. © 8Oct58; LP12630.

    Bald Baby. © 6May59; LP14054.

    Beatnik Show. © 31Dec58; LP13191.

    Bride’s Father-in-Law. © 22Oct58; LP12631.

    Capistrano Show. © 5May58 (in notice: 1957); LP11199.

    Car for Christmas. © 17Dec58; LP13190.

    Child of Nature. © 24Dec58; LP13189.

    Chimp Show. © 29Oct58; LP12632.

    Edgar Bergen Show. © 1Oct58; LP12629.

    Fenwick Arms. © 15Oct58; LP12628.

    Hi Fi Show. © 11Feb59; LP13792.

    Hilda Gets Engaged. © 5Nov58; LP12866.

    Horse Phobia. © 19Nov58; LP12868.

    Lily Babysits. © 4Mar59; LP14046.

    Lily Goes Fishing. © 8Apr59; LP14051.

    Lily Helps Twilly. © 15Apr59; LP14052.

    Lily on Boat. © 11May58 (in notice: 1957); LP11197.

    Lily, the Example. © 29Apr59; LP14053.

    Lily’s Advice Column. © 4Feb59 (in notice: 1958); LP13803.

    Lily’s Birthday Dress. © 20Apr58 (in notice: 1957); LP11198.

    Lily’s Blind Date. © 28Jan59 (in notice: 1958); LP13805.

    Linda on TV. © 1Apr59; LP14050.

    The Martian Show. © 25Feb59; LP14045.

    Matt-Pete Fight. (Matt Joins a Lodge) © 18May58 (in notice: 1957);
      LP11195.

    Mickey Rooney Show. © 13Apr58 (in notice: 1957); LP11196.

    Nurse Is Fired. © 21Jan59 (in notice: 1958); LP13806.

    Nurse Show. © 7Jan59 (in notice: 1958); LP13193.

    The Other Woman. © 8Dec57; LP9894.

    Pete Has a Baby. © 14Jan59 (in notice: 1958); LP13804.

    Post Office Show. © 10Dec58; LP13192.

    Power Saw. © 3Dec58; LP12865.

    Ruth, the Brain. © 11Mar59; LP14047.

    The Scotch Show. © 18Feb59; LP14044.

    Stan Loses His Nerve. © 18Mar59; LP14048.

    The Texan, Rory Calhoun. © 25Mar59; LP14049.

    Tough Mother-in-Law. © 26Nov58; LP12869.

    Wedding Float. © 27Apr58 (in notice: 1957); LP11194.

    Zsa Zsa Gabor Show. © 12Nov58; LP12867.

  DECEMBER BRIDE. Desilu Productions. 27 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Desilu Productions, Inc.

    2. The Accident. © 7Aug54; LP4251.

    3. Chicken Salad. © 14Aug54; LP4402.

    4. The Chinese Dinner. © 21Aug54; LP4766.

    5. The Veterinarian. © 28Aug54; LP4765.

    6. My Soldier. © 4Sep54; LP4916.

    8. Grunion Hunting. © 18Sep54; LP4797.

    59. Pete’s Brother-in-Law. © 26Mar56; LP8151.

    62. Beauty Pageant. © 23Apr56; LP8152.

    66. House on Blocks. © 29Oct56; LP7921.

    67. Marjorie Main Show. © 15Oct56; LP8150.

    68. Ritzy Neighborhood. © 12Nov56; LP8153.

    96. Ruth Goes Home to Mother. © 22Dec57; LP9893.

    97. Photography Show. © 3Nov57; LP9645.

    98. Vallee’s Protege. © 6Oct57; LP9648.

    99. Mean Grandfather. © 13Oct57; LP9647.

    100. The Golf Lesson. 20Oct57; LP9646.

    101. Sports Car. © 10Nov57; LP9644.

    103. Microphone Show. © 7Nov57; LP9890.

    104. Matt’s Gray Hair. © 1Dec57; LP9891.

    105. Butler Show. © 15Dec57; LP9892.

    106. Airplane Show. © 5Jan58 (in notice: 1957); LP10058.

    107. Hot Meal. © 29Dec57; LP10055.

    108. The Parrot Show. © 12Jan58 (in notice: 1957); LP10057.

    109. Antique Show. © 19Jan58 (in notice: 1957); LP10056.

    110. Housemother. © 26Jan58 (in notice: 1957); LP10054.

    111. Muscleman Show. © 1Feb58; LP10336.

    112. Contour Chair. © 9Feb58; LP10340.

    113. script 114. Baby Rehearsal. © 23Feb58; LP10338.

    113. script 115. Army Buddy. © 2Mar58; LP10337.

    116. Bouncer Show. © 16Mar58; LP10911.

    117. Sleep Teaching. © 23Mar58; LP10912.

    118. Fred MacMurray Show. © 16Feb58; LP10339.

    119. Ed Wynn Show. © 9Mar58; LP10910.

    121. Aunt Emily. © 6Apr58; LP10909.

    123. Gilbert Roland Show. © 30Mar58; LP10913.

  DECEMBER 7, 1941: PEARL HARBOR. SEE You Are There.

  DECEPTION. SEE

    All Star Theatre, no. 106.

    Blondie.

  THE DECIDING VOTE. SEE The Honeymooners.

  DECIMAL FRACTIONS. Johnson Hunt Productions, 1948. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Johnson Hunt Productions; 5Jun48; MP17.

  DECIMALS ARE EASY. Coronet, 1950. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © David A.
    Smart; 12Dec50; MP812.

  DECISION. SEE

    Flight, no. 1200-26.

    The Walter Winchell File, no. 9.

  DECISION AGAINST TIME. Ealing Films, London. Released in the U. S. by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 87 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Ealing Films, Ltd.;
    31Dec56; LP8815.

  DECISION AT LAUREL FALLS. Pennsylvania Dept. of Internal Affairs. Made
    by Louis W. Kellman Productions. 28 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Dept. of
    Internal Affairs, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; 14Sep57; LP10428.

  DECISION AT SEA. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  DECISION AT SUNDOWN. Producers-Actors Corp. Released by Columbia
    Pictures Corp. 8 reels, sd., Technicolor, 35mm. Based on a story by
    Vernon L. Fluharty. © Producers-Actors Corp.; 1Nov57; LP9546.

  DECISION AT WILLIAMSBURG. Colonial Williamsburg. Made by Knickerbocker
    Productions. 19 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Colonial
    Williamsburg, Inc.; 25Jul53; MP4243.

  DECISION AT WILSON’S CREEK. SEE Zane Grey Theatre no. 9452.

  DECISION BEFORE DAWN. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1951. 119
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel, “Call It Treason,” by
    George Locke Howe. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 20Dec51;
    LP1512.

  DECISION BY TERROR. SEE Alcoa-Goodyear Theatre, no. 8168.

  DECISION FOR A HERO. SEE Du Pont Theater.

  DECISION FOR CHRIS MCKEEVER. SEE The Lone Ranger.

  DECISION FOR JUSTICE. E. I. du Pont de Nemours. Made by Vibar
    Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. (The Cavalcade of America)
    Based on a story by Samuel Rice. Appl. author: Vibar Productions,
    Inc., employer for hire. © E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co.; 15Feb55;
    MP5860.

  DECISION IN RED. SEE The Adventures of the Falcon.

  THE DECKS RAN RED. Virginia and Andrew L. Stone. Released by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 84 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Loew’s, Inc. &
    Andrew L. Stone, Inc.; 12Aug58; LP11848.

  THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE BY THE COLONIES. Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films. 19 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. With film guide. ©
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 23Mar56 (in notice: 1955);
    MP7583.

  DECLASSE. SEE The Errol Flynn Theatre.

  DECLINE OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE. Coronet Instructional Films. 14 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of
    Esquire, Inc.; 23Apr59; MP9760.

  DECORATING EPISODE. SEE Topper, no. T112.

  DECOY. SEE

    Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

    Invisible Man, no. 20.

    Navy Log.

  DEDICATION. Lutheran Brotherhood. Made by Buehler Bros. 24 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. © Buehler Bros.; 14Oct57; MP8527.

  DEDUCE, YOU SAY! Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Looney Tune Cartoon. Porky Pig-Daffy Duck) Technicolor. © Vitaphone
    Corp.; 29Sep56; MP8621.

  THE DEEDS OF DOCTOR DEADCERT. SEE Rx-Murder.

  THE DEEP, BLUE SEA. London Film Productions. Released in the U. S. by
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 99 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    CinemaScope. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 12Oct55; LP5716.

  THE DEEP BOO SEA. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1952. 1 reel, sd., color,
    35mm. (Casper Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 15Feb52; LP1612.

  THE DEEP END. SEE Wire Service.

  DEEP IN MY HEART. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s, 1954. 132
    min., sd., color, 35mm. Eastman color; print by Technicolor. Based
    on the book of the same title by Elliott Arnold. © Loew’s
    Incorporated; 22Nov54; LP4303.

  DEEP MEANINGS. March of Time. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Our Living
    Language, no. 4) Filmed at Mystic Seaport with the cooperation of
    the Marine Historical Association. © Time, Inc.; 1Sep53; MP4179.

  DEEP ROOTS. Champion Paper and Fibre Co., 1953. Made by Wilding
    Picture Productions. 42 fr., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. ©
    Champion Paper and Fibre Co.; 15May53; LP2689.

  DEEP ROOTS IN THE CHESAPEAKE. Mildred Stead Capron. 70 min., si.,
    color, 16mm. © Mildred Stead Capron; 24Oct55; MU5964.

  THE DEEP SIX. Alan Ladd Enterprises. Released by Warner Bros.
    Pictures. 108 min., sd., WarnerColor, 35mm. Based on the novel by
    Martin Dibner. © Alan Ladd Enterprises, Inc.; 18Jan58; LP12977.

  THE DEER HUNTER. SEE Lassie.

  THE DEER HUNTERS. SEE Adventures of Champion.

  DEER HUNTING WITH AN OLDTIMER. SEE Adventure Out of Doors, no. 16.

  DEER LIVE WITH DANGER. Les Blacklock. Released by Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films, 1952. 11 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Les Blacklock;
    17Nov52; MP3348.

  DEER WITH BOW AND ARROW. SEE Adventure Out of Doors, no. 4.

  THE DEERSLAYER. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 78 min., sd., color,
    35mm. CinemaScope. Color by DeLuxe. Based on the novel of the same
    title by James Fenimore Cooper. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
    11Sep57; LP9261.

  DEFEAT OF JAPAN. SEE Air Power, no. 21.

  THE DEFEAT OF SUPERMAN. SEE Adventures of Superman.

  THE DEFENDER. SEE Studio One Series.

  THE DEFENSE. SEE The Loretta Young Show, no. 4002-2.

  THE DEFENSE RESTS. SEE Judge Roy Bean.

  DEFENSIVE DRIVING. Aetna Casualty and Surety Co. in cooperation with
    Board of Education, City of New York. 9 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl.
    author: Paul Bernard Cullen. © Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 15Dec56;
    MP8567.

  DEFENSIVE DRIVING. SEE Sergeant Bruce Reporting, no. 2.

  THE DEFIANT ONES. Lomitas Productions and Curtleigh Productions.
    Released by United Artists Corp. 97 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Lomitas
    Productions, Inc. & Curtleigh Productions, Inc.; 13Aug58; LP13779.

  DEFINING DEMOCRACY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 18 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. Forum version of the EBF films Democracy and Despotism. With
    film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films; 19Mar54; MP5887.

  DEFINING THE PROBLEM AND GATHERING INFORMATION. SEE The Problem
    Method, pt. 1: Defining the Problem and Gathering Information.

  DEFLECTION CIRCUITS. SEE Deflection Output Circuits.

  DEFLECTION OUTPUT CIRCUITS. McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by Loucks and
    Norling Studios. 8 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Television Principles and
    Servicing) Correlated with the book “Basic Television,” by Bernard
    Grob. Appl. title: Deflection Circuits. © McGraw-Hill Book Co.,
    Inc.; 28Dec53; MP4551.

  THE DEGAS BALLERINA. March of Time, 1952. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (Ballets de France, no. 9) © Time, Inc.; 9Sep52; MP2761.

  THE DELANEY CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  DELAWARE HOAX. SEE Hawkeye and the Last of the Mohicans.

  DELAYED ACTION. Lone Ranger. Inc., 1952. Produced by Jack Chertok
    Productions. 26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George W. Trendle.
    Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, Inc., employer for hire. ©
    The Lone Ranger, Inc.; 6Nov52; LP2345.

  DELAYED ACTION. Screen Associates, 1952. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (Electric Theatre) A Screen Televideo release. © Screen Associates,
    Inc.; 17Feb52; LP1519.

  DELCO AND MR. FOX. Delco Battery. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co. 210 sec.
    (High Adventure Series) Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald Co., employer
    for hire of Ed Birnbryer, author of script. © Campbell-Ewald Co.;
    27Apr59; MU6727.

  DELCO AND THE WALLACES. Delco Battery. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co. 210
    sec. (High Adventures Series) Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald Co.,
    employer for hire of E. W. Birnbryer, author of script. ©
    Campbell-Ewald Co.; 10Nov58; MU6509.

  THE DELICATE DELINQUENT. York Pictures Corp. Released by Paramount
    Pictures Corp. 101 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. VistaVision. © York
    Pictures Corp.; 17Jul57 (in notice: 1956); LP9152.

  DELIGHTFUL DENMARK. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 8 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor (James A. Fitzpatrick’s Traveltalks) ©
    Loew’s Incorporated; 11Jun53; MP4938.

  THE DELINQUENTS. Imperial Productions. Released by United Artists
    Corp. 75 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Imperial Productions, Inc.; 20Feb57
    (in notice: 1956); LP8135.

  DELIVER THE BODY. SEE

    Have Gun - Will Travel.

    Judge Roy Bean.

  DELIVERY BEAR. H-301R-SC. Theo. Hamm Brewing Co. Made by
    Campbell-Mithun. 1 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Theo. Hamm Brewing Co.;
    14Apr57; MP8353.

  THE DEL MAR CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  DEL PALMA. SEE Lady Possessed.

  DELPHINIUM. SEE How Does Your Garden Grow, no. 18.

  DELUSION. SEE Alcoa Presents One Step Beyond.

  DEMARCO VS. CARTER. SEE Famous Fights, no. 30.

  DEMENTIA. J. J. Parker Productions. 55 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Appl.
    author: John Parker. © J. J. Parker Productions, Inc.; 1Dec53;
    LP12505. (SEE ALSO Dementia; 1Dec53; LP12419)

  DEMENTIA. John Parker Productions. 55 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © John
    Parker Productions (in notice: J. J. Parker Productions, Inc.);
    1Dec53; LP12419. (SEE ALSO Dementia; 1Dec53; LP12505)

  DEMETRIUS AND THE GLADIATORS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 101
    min., sd., color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Based on a character created by
    Lloyd C. Douglas in his book The Robe. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp.; 15Jun54; LP3944.

  THE DEMON AND MRS. DEVON. SEE The Loretta Young Show, 4009-11.

  THE DEMON CARAVAN. SEE Desert Legion.

  DEMONSTRATION FLASHBACK. Chevrolet Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 2 min., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.;
    16Apr54; MU5691.

  DEMONSTRATION WITH LIGHT. Moody Institute of Science. 12 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Moody Institute of Science; 23Jul56; MP8092.

  DEMOS THE GRIK. SEE Navy Log.

  DENMARK. Dudley Pictures Corp. Released by Republic Pictures Corp.,
    1950. 9 min., sd., color, 35mm. (This World of Ours Series) © Dudley
    Pictures Corp.; 17Aug50: LP313.

  THE DENNIS CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  THE DENNIS DAY SHOW. Denmac Productions. 3 reels each, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    © Denmac Productions, Inc.

    101. The Little Old Lady, Lavinia. © 25Sep53; LP7886.

    102. How To Keep Lavinia. © 2Oct53; LP7887.

    103. Charley’s Birthday. © 9Oct53; LP7888.

    104. Lavinia’s Fan Club. © 16Oct53; LP7889.

    105. Charley’s Fan Club. © 6Nov53; LP7891.

    106. Charley’s Sister Bedelia, part 1. © 23Oct53; LP7899.

    107. Charley’s Sister Bedelia, part 2. © 31Oct53; LP7890.

    108. Off to Las Vegas. © 13Nov53; LP7892.

    109. Las Vegas. © 27Nov53; LP9065.

    110. Lavinia’s Kitchen. © 4Dec53; LP7893.

    111. How To Keep Lavinia’s Kitchen. © 18Dec53; LP8647.

    112. Birthday Party (the Chimp) © 1Jan54; LP7900.

    113. Grandfather Show, part 1. © 8Jan54; LP7901.

    114. Christmas Show. © 11Dec53; LP7898.

    115. Grandfather Show, part 2. © 15Jan54; LP7902.

    116. Opera Show. © 22Jan54; LP7903.

    117. Presents for Dennis and Charley. © 29Jan54; LP7904.

    118. Tape Recorder. © 19Feb54; LP7906.

    119. Destiny Day. © 26Mar54; LP7895.

    120. Charley’s Song Everything’s Tidy In Mt. Idy. © 19Mar54; LP7908.

    121. Write to Charley. © 5Feb54; LP7905.

    122. The Counterfeiter. © 26Feb54; LP7907.

    123. The Leprechaun. © 12Mar54; LP7894.

    124. A Medal for Dennis. © 9Apr54; LP7910.

    125. Party Poopers. © 2Apr54; LP7909.

    126. Ann Blyth’s Surprise. © 16Apr54; LP7911.

    127. The Bank Robbery. © 30Apr54; LP7913.

    128. The Saga of F. H. La Due. © 23Apr54; LP7912.

    129. Wilhemina Ogg. © 14May54; LP7896.

    130. The Old Friend. © 7May54; LP7914.

    131. It’s Du Barry. © 28May54; LP7915.

    132. The Firebird. © 21May54; LP7897.

    133. Volcano Lips. © 4Jun54; LP7916.

    134. The Unexpected Choice. © 18Jun54; LP7917.

    135. Men from Mars. © 2Jul54; LP7918.

    136. Mumps the Word. © 9Jul54; LP7919.

  DENNY BUYS A STEER. SEE It’s a Great Life.

  DENNY SINGS. SEE It’s a Great Life.

  DENNY’S BIG NIGHT. SEE It’s a Great Life.

  DENTAL HEALTH: HOW AND WHY. Coronet, 1949. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    David A. Smart; 31Oct49; MP119.

  DENVER & RIO GRANDE. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1952. 89 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 2May52 (in notice: 1951);
    LP1791.

  THE DEOXIDATION OF SEMI-KILLED INGOTS, PART 1. U. S. Steel Corp. Made
    by Wilding Picture Productions. 6 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © U. S.
    Steel Corp.; 3Feb58 (in notice: 1957); MP8788.

  THE DEOXIDATION OF SEMI-KILLED INGOTS, PART 2. U. S. Steel Corp. Made
    by Wilding Picture Productions. 5 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © U. S.
    Steel Corp.; 3Feb58 (in notice: 1957); MP8789.

  THE DEPARTMENT OF QUEER COMPLAINTS. SEE Colonel March of Scotland
    Yard.

  DEPARTMENTALIZATION (Filmstrip) Frederic House. Distributed by the
    City College School of Business, 1950. Sponsored by the
    Becton-Dickinson Co. 75 fr., sd., color, 35mm. and disc: 2 s., 16
    in., 33-1/3 rpm. (The American Drug Store Business Training Series)
    With moderator’s guide. © The City College. New York; 1Dec50;
    MP1058.

  DEPENDABLE DELIVERY. Jam Handy Organization for Chevrolet Motor
    Division, General Motors Corp. © 1951. 1 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 9Apr51; MU5302.

  DEPORTED. Universal International, 1950. 89 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 16Nov50; LP533.

  DEPORTED. SEE Wire Service.

  THE DEPTHS OF SPACE. International Screen Organization, 1953. 11 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. (Astronomy Films, no. 5) © Mabel Sibley; 25Jun53;
    MP3637.

  THE DEPTHS OF THE EARTH. SEE Riding with Buffalo Bill, no. 11.

  DEPUTY DROOPY. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Droopy Cartoon) Technicolor. © Loew’s Incorporated;
    29Aug55 (in notice: 1954); LP5290.

  DEPUTY SHERIFF. SEE The Adventures of Jim Bowie.

  EL DERECHO DE NACER. (The Right To Be Born) Producciones Galindo
    Hermanos, Mexico. Released by Clasa-Mohme; in the U. S. by
    Importadora. 113 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Appl. author: Filmadora
    Chapultepec, S.A. © Importadora, Inc.; 15Jun52; LP10643.

  THE DERELICT. SEE

    City Detective.

    Flight, no. 1200-12.

  THE DERELICTS. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  EL DESALMADO. (The Man Without A Soul) Filmadora Chapultepec, Mexico.
    Released in the U. S. by Importadora. 93 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Importadora, Inc.; 15Jul50; LP11838.

  THE DE SANTRE AFFAIR. SEE On Trial.

  DESEADA. (Desired) Producciones Sanson and Filmadora Chapultepec,
    Mexico. Released in the U. S. by Importadora. 93 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on La Ermita, la Fuente y el Rio, by Don Eduardo
    Marquina. © Importadora, Inc.; 15Apr51; LP10647.

  DESERT ADVENTURE. Apex Film Corp., 1950. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Based on a radio script by Felix Holt. © The Lone Ranger, Inc.;
    30Nov50; LP740.

  DESERT ANGLERS. RKO-Pathe. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) ©
    RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 16Jun54; MP4928.

  DESERT DESPERADOS. Venturini Express. Released by RKO Radio Pictures.
    73 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © RKO Radio Pictures; 31May59; LP14656.

  DESERT FALCON. SEE Combat Sergeant.

  DESERT FANTASY. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., color,
    35mm. CinemaScope. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 15Sep55;
    MP6496.

  THE DESERT FOX. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1951. 88 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on the biography, “Rommel, the Desert Fox,” by
    Brigadier Desmond Young. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
    14Oct51; LP1353.

  THE DESERT HAWK. Universal International, 1950. 78 min., sd., color,
    35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 11Aug50; LP267.

  DESERT HELL. Regal Films. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.
    82 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. An Emirau production. RegalScope. ©
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 22May58; LP12102.

  DESERT HI JINKS. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1950. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Grantland Rice Sportlight Series) © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    6Oct50; MP553.

  DESERT ICE. SEE City Detective.

  DESERT ISLAND. SEE The Red Skelton Show, no. 5.

  DESERT KILLER. Vitaphone Corp. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Sports
    Parade) A Warner Bros. short subject. © The Vitaphone Corp.; 6Jul53;
    MP3673.

  DESERT LEGION. Universal Pictures Co., 1953. 86 min., sd., color,
    35mm. A Universal International picture. Based on the novel The
    Demon Caravan, by Georges Arthur Surdez. © Universal Pictures Co.,
    Inc.; 10Mar53; LP2429.

  DESERT NOMADS: FRENCH MOROCCO. Louis de Rochemont Associates. Released
    by Universal Pictures Co., 1951. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. © United
    World Films, Inc.; 26Nov51 (in notice: 1949); MP1860.

  DESERT OF LOST MEN. Republic, 1951. 54 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Republic Pictures Corp.; 7Nov51; LP1405.

  DESERT PASSAGE. RKO Radio Pictures, 1952. 61 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 23May52; LP1765.

  DESERT PASSAGE. SEE The Texan, no. 15.

  DESERT PURSUIT. Monogram, 1952. 71 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a
    story by Kenneth Perkins. © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 21Apr52;
    LP1659.

  DESERT RAT. SEE The Charlie Farrell Show.

  THE DESERT RATS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1953. 88 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 6May53; LP2605.

  DESERT RECKONING. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue
    Productions, Inc.; 31Dec54; LP4970.

  DESERT SANDS. Bel-Air Productions. Released by United Artists Corp. 87
    min., sd., color, 35mm. SuperScope. Technicolor. Based on the novel
    Punitive Action, by John Robb. © Camden Productions, Inc.; 24Aug55;
    LP5536.

  THE DESERT SONG. Warner Bros. Pictures, 1953. 110 min., sd., color,
    35mm. Technicolor. Based on the operetta of the same title by
    Sigmund Romberg. © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 11May53 (in notice:
    1952); LP2545.

  DESERT VENGEANCE. SEE Combat Sergeant.

  THE DESERTED VILLAGE. SEE Adventures of Superman.

  THE DESERTED WELL. SEE Lassie.

    The Well.

  THE DESERTER. Lone Ranger, Inc., 1953. Made by Jack Chertok
    Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George W. Trendle.
    Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, Inc.; employer for hire. ©
    The Lone Ranger, Inc.; 23Apr53 (in notice: 1952); LP2695.

  THE DESERTER. SEE

    The Gray Ghost, no. 21.

    Tales of Wells Fargo.

    Zane Grey Theatre, no. 8410.

  THE DESERTERS. SEE Jet Jackson, the Flying Commando, no. 14.

  DESHONRA. Luis Cesar Amadori, Argentina. Released by Clasa-Mohme; in
    the U. S. by Importadora. 103 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Importadora,
    Inc.; 1Jul55; LP10857.

  DESIGN. SEE Product Pioneering.

  THE DESIGN CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  DESIGN FOR DREAMING. General Motors Corp. Made by MPO Productions. 10
    min., sd., color, 16mm. Eastman color. © General Motors Corp.;
    1Apr56; MP7798.

  DESIGN FOR LEARNING. Herman Nelson Division of American Air Filter
    Co., 1952. Produced by Wilding Picture Productions. 25 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. © Herman Nelson Division, American Air Filter Co.,
    Inc.; 7May52; LP1814.

  DESIGN FOR LEAVING. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Looney Tune Cartoon) Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 28Dec53;
    MP5756.

  DESIGN FOR LOVING. SEE Hitchcock Presents.

  DESIGN FOR MURDER. SEE Richard Diamond, Private Detective, no. 6837.

  DESIGN FOR QUALITY. Coca-Cola Export Corp. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 370 ft., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Coca-Cola Export
    Corp.; 19Mar56; MU6041.

  DESIGN FOR REVENGE. SEE The Adventures of Ellery Queen.

  DESIGN FOR SELLING. Johnson & Johnson. Made by Henry Strauss & Co. 4
    reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Johnson & Johnson; 9Jun53; MP3715.

  DESIGN FOR SURVIVAL. Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. Made by Boston TV
    Films. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Liberty Mutual Insurance Co.;
    5Aug58; MP9018.

  DESIGN FOR TOMORROW. United States Gypsum Co. Made by Dallas Jones
    Productions. 34 min., sd., color, 16mm. Eastman color. © United
    States Gypsum Co.; 23Nov56; MP7895.

  DESIGN IN MELODY. Attwood Productions. Released by United Artists,
    1950. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Songs of America Series) © Attwood
    Productions, Inc.; 21Oct50 (in notice: 1949); LP436.

  DESIGN OF AMERICAN PUBLIC EDUCATION. McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1952.
    Produced by United Productions of America. 16 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (Public Education Series) Correlated with the book Introduction to
    American Public Education, by Chris A. De Young. © McGraw-Hill Book
    Co., Inc.; 29Oct52; MP3224.

  DESIGNED FOR LEARNING. Don Lockhart. 18 min., Kodachrome, 16mm. ©
    George J. Dippell & Don Lockhart; 31Dec57; MU6419.

  DESIGNING A SET. International Film Bureau, 1951. 11 min., sd., color,
    16mm. Appl. author: Wesley H. Greene. © International Film Bureau,
    Inc.; 16Mar51; MP2639.

  DESIGNING WOMAN. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 117 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Perspecta sound. Metrocolor. From a
    suggestion by Helen Rose. © Loew’s Incorporated; 26Feb57; LP7800.

  DESIGNS ON JERRY. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 7 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. (Tom and Jerry Cartoon) Technicolor. © Loew’s
    Incorporated; 7Jul55 (in notice: 1953); LP5289.

  DESILU MYSTERY THEATRE. SEE The Silver Frame.

  DESIRABLE ALIEN. SEE Oh Susanna.

  DESIRE UNDER THE ELMS. Don Hartman Productions. Released by Paramount
    Pictures Corp. 111 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. VistaVision. Based on the
    play of the same title by Eugene O’Neill. © Don Hartman Productions,
    Inc. & Paramount Pictures Corp.; 3Feb58 (in notice: 1957); LP9908.

  DESIRED. SEE Deseada.

  DESIREE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 110 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    CinemaScope. Based on the novel by Annemarie Selinko. © Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp.; 17Nov54; LP4457.

  DESK SET. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 103 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    CinemaScope. Color by DeLuxe. Based on the play by William Marchant.
    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 16May57; LP8357.

  THE DESPERADO. Allied Artists Productions. 81 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 20Jun54; LP3827.

  THE DESPERADO. SEE Cole Younger, Gunfighter.

  DESPERADO AT LARGE. Lone Ranger, Inc., 1952. Produced by Jack Chertok
    Productions. 26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George W. Trendle.
    Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, Inc., employer for hire. ©
    The Lone Ranger, Inc.; 2Oct52; LP2256.

  DESPERADOES OF THE WEST. Republic Productions, 1950. 2 reels each,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. © Republic Pictures Corp.; trailer and nos. 1-3,
    17Aug50, LP317; nos. 4-7, 12Oct50, LP450; nos. 8-12, 12Oct50, LP451.

    1. Tower of Jeopardy.

    2. Perilous Barrier.

    3. Flaming Cargo.

    4. Trail of Terror.

    5. Plunder Cave.

    6. Six-gun Hijacker.

    7. The Powder Keg.

    8. Desperate Venture.

    9. Stagecoach to Eternity.

    10. Hidden Desperado.

    11. Open Warfare.

    12. Desperate Gamble.

  DESPERADOES’ OUTPOST. Republic Pictures Corp., 1952. 54 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 11Sep52; LP1986.

  THE DESPERADOS ARE IN TOWN. Regal Films. Released by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp. 72 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. RegalScope. Based on
    the story The Outlaws Are in Town, by Bennett Foster. © Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp.; 7Nov56; LP7380.

  THE DESPERATE HOURS. Paramount Pictures Corp. 112 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. VistaVision. Based on the novel and play by Joseph Hayes. ©
    Paramount Pictures Corp.; 1Nov55; LP5481.

  DESPERATE JOURNEY. SEE Judge Roy Bean.

  DESPERATE MEN. SEE Annie Oakley.

  DESPERATE MOMENT. British Film Makers, London. Released in the U. S.
    by Universal International Films. 88 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on
    the novel of the same title by Martha Albrand [pseud. of Heidi
    Huberta Freybe Loewengard] © British Film Makers, Ltd.; 1May53;
    LP3477.

  DESPERATE SEARCH. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s, 1952. 71
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel of the same title by Arthur
    Mayse. © Loew’s Inc.; 21Nov52; LP2106.

  DESPERATE TRAILS. Castle Films, 1951. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. © United
    World Films, Inc.; 15Sep51; LP2310.

  DESPERATION. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 194.

  DESTINATION. SEE Navy Log.

  DESTINATION BIG HOUSE. Republic Pictures Corp., 1950. 60 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 8Jun50; LP172.

  DESTINATION GOBI. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1953. 89 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. Based on a story by Edmund G. Love. © Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp.; 4Mar53; LP2474.

  DESTINATION MAGOO. United Productions of America. Released by Columbia
    Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (The Nearsighted Mister
    Magoo) Technicolor. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 16Dec54; LP4369.

  DESTINATION MEAT BALL. Universal, 1952. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Woody Woodpecker Walter Lantz Cartune) © Universal International;
    2Jan52; MP1906.

  DESTINATION MOON. George Pal Productions. Released by Eagle Lion,
    1950. 91 min., sd., color, 35mm. Based on a novel by Robert A.
    Heinlein. © George Pal Productions, Inc.; 1Aug50; LP232.

  DESTINATION MURDER. RKO Radio Pictures, 1950. 72 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 15Jun50; LP212.

  DESTINATION: NOWHERE. SEE 26 Men.

  DESTINATION 60,000. Gross-Krasne. Released by Allied Artists Pictures
    Corp. 65 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Allied Artists Pictures Corp.;
    10Jun57; LP8338.

  DESTINATION U. S. A. SEE Western Pacific Fast Freight.

  DESTINED FOR DEATH. SEE Combat Sergeant.

  DESTINY. Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Revue Productions, Inc.

    I Will Not Die. © 13Mar57; LP9885.

    Next Stop Bethlehem. © 31Dec53; LP5310.

  DESTINY DAY. SEE The Dennis Day Show, no. 119.

  DESTROYERS OF THE SUN. SEE Commando Cody, no. 6.

  DESTRUCTION AT DAWN. SEE Combat Sergeant.

  DESTRUCTIVE IMPULSE LOADING-RESISTANCE OF REINFORCED CONCRETE BEAMS.
    Carnegie Institute of Technology in cooperation with Rail Steel Bar
    Assn. 12 min., sd., color, 16mm. Eastman color. Appl. author:
    Frederic T. Mavis. © Carnegie Institute of Technology; 17Jun57;
    MP8377.

  DESTRY. Universal Pictures Co. 95 min., sd., color, 35mm. A Universal
    International picture. Technicolor. Suggested by the novel “Destry
    Rides Again,” by Max Brand [pseud. of Frederick Faust] © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 18Aug54; LP4112.

  DESTRY RIDES AGAIN. SEE Destry.

  DETECTING AND RECORDING SKIDMARKS. National Association of Automotive
    Mutual Insurance Companies in cooperation with the Traffic Institute
    at Northwestern University. Made by Vogue Wright Studios. 8 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. Prepared to supplement a manual prepared by the
    Traffic Institute. © National Association of Automotive Mutual
    Insurance Companies; 2Aug54; LP4094.

  THE DETECTIVE. Facet Productions, London. Released in the U. S. by
    Columbia Pictures Corp. 10 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on “The
    Father Brown Stories,” by G. K. Chesterton. © Facet Productions,
    Ltd.; 1Sep54; LP4040.

  THE DETECTIVE. SEE The Magic Bunny in the Detective.

  DETECTIVE STORY. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 103 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the play of the same title by Sidney Kingsley. ©
    Paramount Pictures Corp.; 1Nov51; LP1309.

  A DETECTIVE TAIL. SEE Mickey Spillane.

  DETOURING THRU MAINE. (Screen Song) Paramount Pictures Corp., 1950. 7
    min., sd., color, 35mm. © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 17Feb50; MP5056.

  DEVELOPING FRIENDSHIPS. Coronet, 1950. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    David A. Smart; 25May50; MP285.

  DEVELOPING IMAGINATION. Coronet, 1950. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    David A. Smart; 30Jun50; MP491.

  DEVELOPING PEDIGREED TREES. Mississippi Forestry Commission. 19 min.,
    sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Mississippi Forestry Commission;
    10Feb55; MU5848.

  DEVELOPING SELF-RELIANCE. Coronet, 1951. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Mr. David A. Smart; 26Jan51 (in notice: 1950); MP903.

  DEVELOPING SHORTHAND SPEED. SEE Teaching Gregg Shorthand Simplified:
    Developing Shorthand Speed.

  DEVELOPING YOUR CHARACTER. Coronet, 1950. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    David A. Smart; 27Oct50; MP678.

  DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNICATIONS: FROM TELEGRAPH TO TV. Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Second edition. With film
    guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 27Jun55; MP6533.

  THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHICK. United World Films, 1948. 10 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. (Zoology Series) © United World Films, Inc.; 1Mar48 (in
    notice: 1947); MP3457.

  DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHICK EMBRYO. Coronet Instructional Films. 6 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. Educational collaborator, K. T. Rogers. © John
    Smart; 21Jul53; MP3875.

  THE DEVELOPMENT OF TRANSPORTATION. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11
    min., sd., color, 16mm. 2d ed. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    Inc.; 6Aug58; MP9342.

  DEVELOPMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS IN PRE-ADOLESCENTS. McGraw-Hill Book Co.
    Made by Herbert Kerkow, Inc. 19 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Elementary
    School Teacher Education Series) Produced with the cooperation of
    the State Teachers College and schools at Danbury, Conn. Correlated
    with Elementary-School Student Teaching, by Schorling and Wingo. ©
    McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 21Dec53; MP5095.

  THE DEVIL AIN’T SO DEVILISH. SEE El Diablo No Es Tan Diablo.

  THE DEVIL AND TOM WALKER. SEE The Devil’s Due.

  DEVIL GIRL FROM MARS. Gigi Productions, London. Released by Spartan
    Productions. 9 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the play by John C.
    Mather and James Eastwood. © Gigi Productions, Ltd.; 1Jun54; LP4658.

  DEVIL GODDESS. Columbia Pictures Corp. 7 reels, sd., color, 35mm. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 8Apr55 (in notice: 1954); LP4595.

  THE DEVIL MAKES THREE. Loew’s, 1952. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer picture. © Loew’s Inc.; 12Aug52; LP1891.

  DEVIL MAY HARE. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Bugs
    Bunny Special) Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 28Jul55 (in notice:
    1953); MP6228.

  THE DEVIL SELLS HIS SOUL. SEE Colonel March of Scotland Yard.

  DEVIL’S BOG. Lone Ranger, Inc., 1953. Made by Jack Chertok
    Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George W. Trendle.
    Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, Inc., employer for hire. ©
    The Lone Ranger, Inc.; 5Feb53 (in notice: 1952); LP2499.

  THE DEVIL’S BRAND. Flying A Pictures, 1950. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Flying A Pictures, Inc.; 24Sep50; LP372.

  DEVIL’S CANYON. RKO Radio Pictures. 91 min., sd., color, 35mm. A
    three-dimensional film: Natural Vision. Technicolor. © RKO Radio
    Pictures, Inc.; 19Aug53; LP3012.

  THE DEVIL’S DEPUTY. SEE Tales of the Texas Rangers, no. 19.

  THE DEVIL’S DISCIPLE. Brynaprod and Hecht-Hill-Lancaster Films.
    Released by United Artists Corp. 82 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on
    the play by Bernard Shaw. © Hecht-Hill-Lancaster Films, Ltd.;
    19Aug59; LP14469.

  DEVIL’S DOORWAY. Loew’s Inc., 1950. An MGM picture. 84 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Loew’s Inc.; 12May50 (in notice: 1949); LP115.

  THE DEVIL’S DUE. Pyramid Productions, Inc., 1950. 2 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. Based on Washington Irving’s story, “The Devil and Tom
    Walker.” © General Television Enterprises, Inc.; 6Mar50 (in notice:
    1949); LP2866.

  THE DEVIL’S EMISSARY. SEE The Count of Monte Cristo.

  THE DEVIL’S HAIRPIN. Theodora Productions. Released by Paramount
    Pictures Corp. 82 min., sd., color, 35mm. VistaVision. Technicolor.
    © Theodora Productions, Inc.; 1Oct57; LP9311.

  DEVIL’S HARBOR. Charles Deane Productions, London. Released in the U.
    S. by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 71 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 1Dec54; LP4366.

  THE DEVIL’S HORNPIPE. SEE Never Steal Anything Small.

  THE DEVIL’S IDOL. B. B. Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on
    characters created by Clarence E. Mulford. © B. B. Productions;
    9Oct53; LP3503.

  THE DEVIL’S LAUGHTER. SEE Alcoa Presents.

  DEVIL’S PASS. Apex Film Corp., 1950. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © The
    Lone Ranger, Inc.; 25May50; LP647.

  DEVIL’S REMUDA. SEE The Adventures of Kit Carson.

  THE DEVIL’S ROOST. SEE Sergeant Preston of the Yukon, 53.

  THE DEVIL’S WASHBOWL. SEE Buffalo Bill, Jr.

  THE DEWEY STORY. Time Inc., for the Republican National Committee,
    1948. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. © Republican National Committee;
    30Sep48; MP111.

  DEWEY’S VICTORY AT MANILA. SEE You Are There.

  DIABLO DOCTOR. SEE Annie Oakley.

  EL DIABLO NO ES TAN DIABLO. (The Devil Ain’t So Devilish) Alameda
    Films, Mexico. Released in the U. S. by Importadora. 95 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on an original plot by Fernando Morales Ortiz. ©
    Importadora, Inc.; 15Oct49; LP12109.

  DIABLO PASS. Flying A Pictures, 1951. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Flying A Pictures, Inc.; 25Jun51; LP1020.

  DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF ACUTE ABDOMINAL PROBLEMS. Upjohn Co. 60
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Upjohn Co.; 26Apr57; MU6309.

  DIAGNOSIS AND PLANNING ADJUSTMENTS. McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by the
    University of Minnesota. 18 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Counseling
    Adolescents Series) Correlated with Counseling Adolescents, by E. G.
    Williamson. © McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 29Dec54; MP5800.

  DIAGNOSIS OF A SELFISH LADY. Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Revue Productions, Inc.; 18Sep55 LP6981.

  DIAGONAL AND PARALLEL PARKING. Aetna Casualty and Surety Co. 4 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. (Drivotrainer Film, no. 20) Produced in cooperation
    with the Board of Education of the City of New York. Author, Paul B.
    Cullen. © The Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 24Feb53; MP3977.

  DIAL J FOR JANITOR. SEE The Honeymooners.

  DIAL M FOR MURDER. Warner Bros. Pictures. 105 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Warnercolor. Based on the play by Frederick Knott. © Warner Bros.
    Pictures, Inc.; 29May55 (in notice: 1954); LP4758.

  DIAL 1 1: DIRECT DISTANCE DIALING TO NEW JERSEY. New York Telephone
    Co. Made by Wilding Picture Productions. 4 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    New York Telephone Co.; 31May56; MP7242.

  DIAL 1119. Loew’s, 1950. An MGM picture. 74 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. From
    a story by Hugh King and Don McGuire. © Loew’s Inc.; 14Sep50; LP349.

  DIAL 116, THE MAFIA GANG. SEE The Line-Up, no. 16.

  DIAL RED O. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 62 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 13Mar55; LP4491.

  DIALING DEALS. Jam Handy Organization for the Oldsmobile Division,
    General Motors Corp. © 1950. 13 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Jam
    Handy Organization, Inc.; 23Oct50; MU5178.

  DIAL-O-MATIC. Popeil Bros. 5 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Popeil Bros.,
    Inc.; 8Feb59; MP9487.

  THE DIAMOND. SEE The Adventures of McGraw.

  THE DIAMOND BABE. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 319.

  THE DIAMOND COLLAR. SEE Sergeant Preston of the Yukon.

  A DIAMOND FOR GRANDPA. SEE Buffalo Bill, Jr.

  DIAMOND HARD. SEE M-Squad.

  THE DIAMOND PEER. SEE Telephone Time.

  THE DIAMOND QUEEN. Melson Pictures Corp. Released by Warner Bros.
    Pictures. 80 min., sd., color, 35mm. © Melson Pictures Corp.;
    18Aug53; LP2865.

  THE DIAMOND RING. SEE

    Col. Humphrey J. Flack.

    Topper, no. T134.

  DIAMOND SAFARI. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 67 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Filmed at Schlesinger Organizations Killarney Studios,
    Johannesburg, South Africa. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
    14Jan58 (in notice: 1957); LP10792.

  DIAMOND SHOWCASE. (Sportscope, no. 3) RKO Pathe, Inc., 1949. 9 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 18Nov49; MP4966.

  DIAMOND SMUGGLERS. SEE Whirlybirds, no. 9.

  THE DIAMOND WIZARD. Gibraltar Films, London. Released in the U. S. by
    United Artists Corp. 83 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel
    “Rich Is the Treasure,” by Maurice Procter. © Gibraltar Films, Ltd.;
    16Jul54 (in notice: 1953); LP4022.

  DIAMONDS ARE A GIRL’S BEST. SEE The Gale Storm Show.

  DIAMONDS COME HIGH. SEE State Trooper.

  DIAMONDS IN THE SKY. SEE Celebrity Playhouse, no. 12.

  DIAMONDS ON A SKY-HOOK. SEE Sky King.

  DIANA LIVES. Jam Handy Organization for Mullins Manufacturing Co. ©
    1951. 2452 ft., b&w, 35mm. © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.;
    7May51; MU5309.

  DIANE. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 102 min., sd., color,
    35mm. CinemaScope. Eastman color. Based on the story Diane de
    Poitiers, by John Erskine. © Loew’s Incorporated; 5Dec55; LP5849.

  DIANE. SEE Lassie.

  DIANE DE POITIERS. SEE Diane.

  DIANE LORING. SEE The Millionaire.

  THE DIARY. SEE The Danny Thomas Show, no. 93.

  THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 170 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. CinemaScope. From the play by Frances Goodrich and
    Albert Hackett. Based on the book Anne Frank: the Diary of a Young
    Girl. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 18Mar59; LP13653.

  LA DICHA DE LOS POBRES. (The Happiness of the Poor) Hispano
    Continental Films, Mexico. Released by Clasa-Mohme; in the U. S. by
    Importadora. 74 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Exportadora de Peliculas,
    S.A.; 1Jun51; LP11208.

  DICK JURGENS AND HIS ORCHESTRA. Universal Pictures Co., 1952. 15 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. A Universal International picture. © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 24Jun52; LP1839.

  DICK POWELL’S ZANE GREY THEATRE. SEE Zane Grey Theatre.

  THE DICK RICHARDSON STORY. SEE Wagon Train.

  DICK STABILE AND HIS ORCHESTRA WITH THE SPORTSMEN. Universal, 1952. 15
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 18Feb52;
    LP1530.

  DICK TURPIN’S RIDE. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 8 reels, sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the poem by Alfred Noyes. Subsequently entitled “The
    Lady and the Bandit.” © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Jun51; LP954.

  DICK TURPIN’S RIDE. SEE The Lady and the Bandit.

  DICK WAKES UP. AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. Made by Frederick K.
    Rockett Co. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © AAA Foundation for Traffic
    Safety; 21Oct54; MP7598.

  DID’JA KNOW? (Pete Smith Speciality. Have You Ever Wondered, no. 3)
    Loew’s Inc., 1950. An MGM picture. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Loew’s
    Inc.; 12Apr50 (in notice: 1949); LP112.

  DIE BY THE GUN. SEE Wanted: Dead or Alive, no. 6340.

  DIE CASTING—HOW ELSE WOULD YOU MAKE IT? American Zinc Institute. Made
    by Paul Hance Productions. 35 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. ©
    Paul Hance Productions, Inc.; 29Nov54; MP5375.

  THE DIE-HARDS. SEE Adventures of Champion.

  DIESEL ENGINE: IDEAL DIESEL CYCLE. McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by Audio
    Productions. 8 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (College Physics Series)
    Produced with the cooperation of the Visual Aids Committee of the
    American Association of Physics Teachers. © McGraw-Hill Book Co.,
    Inc.; 30Dec52 (in notice: 1951); MP3907.

  THE DIET. SEE Mr. Adams and Eve.

  DIG OR DIE, BROTHER HYDE. SEE Crossroads.

  DIG THAT DOG. Universal Pictures Co. 6 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Walter
    Lantz Cartune) A Universal International picture. Technicolor. ©
    Universal International; 12Apr54; LP3679.

  DIG THAT URANIUM. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 61 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 21Nov55; LP5557.

  THE DI GATANOS TELESCRIPTIONS. Snader Telescriptions Corp., 1951. 18
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Snader Telescriptions Corp.; 22Feb51;
    MP1441.

  DIGITAL RECTAL TOUCH PICTURE: NORMAL. Medical Audio-Visual Institute,
    Association of American Medical Colleges. Made by Medi-Cine
    Productions. 4 min., si. at sd. speed, 16mm. (Rectal Cancer Series)
    Kodachrome. © Medical Audio-Visual Institute of the Association of
    American Medical Colleges; 27Oct54 (in notice: 1953); MP5256.

  THE DIGNITY OF MAN. SEE Renaissance on TV, no. 16.

  DILEMMA AT DIABLO. SEE Annie Oakley.

  DILEMMA FOR MARGARET. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 58.

  DIM TRAILS. Range Rider Productions, 1951. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Range Rider Productions; 28Dec51; LP1397.

  DIME TO RETIRE. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Looney Tune Cartoon) Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 3Sep55 (in
    notice: 1954); MP7617.

  DIMINISHED IRIS. Josephine Booth, 1949. 12 min., si., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Josephine Booth; 28Dec49; MP5027.

  DIMWIT IN DADDY’S LITTLE DARLING. Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., Technicolor, 35mm. (A Terrytoon
    Cartoon) © Terrytoons, Inc.; 15Dec55; LP13498.

  DIMWIT IN HOW TO KEEP COOL. Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon Cartoon)
    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 31Jul53; LP2824.

  DIMWIT IN HOW TO RELAX. Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon Cartoon) ©
    Terrytoons, Inc.; 30Oct53; LP3087.

  DINAH AND PAT. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co.
    120 sec. Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald Co., employer for hire of Fred
    Lounsberry, author of script. © Campbell-Ewald, Co.; 14Nov58;
    MU6516.

  DINE IN STYLE. SEE The Magic Bunny in Dine in Style.

  EL DINERO NO ES LA VIDA. (Money Isn’t Everything) Argel Films, Mexico.
    Released by Clasa-Mohme; in the U. S. by Importadora. 100 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Importadora, Inc.; 15Mar52; LP11784.

  DING DONG. Roadshow Attractions, 1951. 8 reels, sd., b&w., 35mm. ©
    Roadshow Attractions; 22Apr51; LP897.

  DINGBAT IN ALL THIS AND RABBIT STEW. Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp., 1950. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon
    Cartoon) © Terrytoons, Inc.; 4Aug50; LP490.

  DINGBAT IN SOUR GRAPES. Terrytoons. Distributed by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp., 1950. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon
    Cartoon) © Terrytoons, Inc.; 22Nov50; LP604.

  DINKY IN FEATHERWEIGHT CHAMP. Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon Cartoon)
    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 6Feb53; LP3211.

  DINKY IN FLAT FOOT FLEDGLING. Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp., 1952. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon
    Cartoon) © Terrytoons, Inc.; 25Jan52; LP1828.

  DINKY IN IT’S A LIVING. Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., Technicolor, 35mm. (Terrytoon Cartoon)
    CinemaScope. © Terrytoons, a division of CBS Television Film Sales,
    Inc.; 15Nov57; LP9540.

  DINKY IN SINK OR SWIM. Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp., 1952. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon Cartoon) ©
    Terrytoons, Inc.; 29Aug52; LP2186.

  DINKY IN THE BEAUTY SHOP. Terrytoons. Distributed by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp., 1950. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon
    Cartoon) © Terrytoons, Inc.; 28Apr50 (in notice: 1949); LP279.

  DINKY IN THE FOOLISH DUCKLING. Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp., 1952. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon
    Cartoon) © Terrytoons, Inc.; 16May52; LP1971.

  DINKY IN THE ORPHAN EGG. Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp., 1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon Cartoon) ©
    Terrytoons, Inc.; 24Apr53; LP2654.

  DINKY IN THE TIMID SCARECROW. Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon Cartoon)
    © Terrytoons, Inc.; 28Aug53; LP3089.

  DINKY IN WISE QUACKS. Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp., 1952. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon Cartoon) ©
    Terrytoons, Inc.; 11Oct52; LP2180.

  DINNER AT SOWICI’S. SEE You’ll Never Get Rich.

  DINNER FOR THREE. Pyramid Productions, Inc., 1950. 2 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © General Television Enterprises, Inc.; 6Mar50 (in notice:
    1949); LP2871.

  DINNER PARTY. Screen Associates, 1953. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Screen Associates, Inc.; 5Feb53 (in notice: 1952); LP2330.

  DINO. Block-Kramarsky Productions. Released by Allied Artists Pictures
    Corp. 96 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the teleplay of the same
    title by Reginald Rose. © Allied Artists Pictures Corp. &
    Block-Kramarsky Productions, Inc.; 26Jun57; LP8493.

  DINO’S SERENADE. Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., Technicolor,
    35mm. (UPA) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Jan58; LP12857.

  DIODE GATE. International Business Machines Corp. 890 ft., b&w, 16mm.
    © International Business Machines Corp.; 2Mar59; MU6653.

  DIODE LOGIC CIRCUITS. International Business Machines Corp. 1880 ft.,
    b&w, 16mm. © International Business Machines Corp.; 2Mar59; MU6641.

  DIOS NOS MANDA VIVIR. Filmadora Mexicana, Mexico. Released in the U.
    S. by Importadora. 97 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Importadora, Inc.;
    15Nov54; LP11540.

  A DIP IN THE POOL. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  THE DIPLOMA. SEE The Adventures of McGraw.

  THE DIPLOMATIC CORPSE. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  DIPLOMATIC COURIER. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1952. 97 min.,
    sd., 35mm. Based on the novel, “Sinister Errand,” by Peter Cheyney.
    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 13Jun52; LP1911.

  DIPLOMATIC PASSPORT. Princess Pictures. 8 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Princess Pictures, Inc.; 13Aug54; LP4139.

  THE DIRECT APPROACH. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  DIRECTING A PLAY. International Film Bureau, 1951. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. Appl. author: Wesley H. Greene. © International Film Bureau,
    Inc.; 16Mar51; MP2637.

  THE DIRECTOR. SEE Fireside Theatre.

  DIRT. SEE Gunsmoke.

  DIRTY FACE. SEE Fireside Theatre.

  THE DIRTY WORD. SEE Peter Gunn.

  DISAPPEARANCE. SEE Alcoa-Goodyear Theatre, no. 8170.

  THE DISAPPEARANCE OF DOLAN. SEE Champ for a Day.

  DISAPPEARING LOIS. SEE Adventures of Superman.

  THE DISAPPEARING TRICK. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  DISASTER AND YOU. American National Red Cross. Made by Wilding Picture
    Productions. 28 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: American
    National Red Cross, employer for hire of Irv Tunick. © American
    National Red Cross; 15Feb58; MP8848.

  DISASTER CONTROL. McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1951. A Transfilm production.
    21 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on an article published in “American
    Machinist.” © McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 7Nov51; MP1892.

  DISASTER FIGHTERS. Vitaphone Corp., 1951. A Warner Bros. short
    subject. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Vitaphone Corp.; 31Oct51;
    MP1778.

  DISASTER PATROL. SEE Cavalcade of America.

  DISC JOCKEY. Allied Artists Productions, 1951. 77 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Allied Artists Productions, Inc.; 26Aug51; LP1175.

  DISC JOCKEYS, U.S.A. SEE Screen Snapshots. Series 29.

  DISC-A-TOONS. Steve Bodnarchuk. 13 min., color. © Steve Bodnarchuk,
    Buzz Mullings; 28Oct54; MU5782.

  DISCIPLESHIP. Cathedral Films. 30 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Living Christ
    Series, no. 6) With teachers’ study guide. Written by Arthur T.
    Horman. © Cathedral Films, Inc.; 1Dec55; MP6893.

  DISCIPLINE DURING ADOLESCENCE. McGraw-Hill Book Co. 16 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. (Adolescent Development Series) A McGraw-Hill text film. ©
    McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 18Nov57; MP9000.

  DISCOVERING THE LIBRARY. Coronet Instructional Films. 10 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire,
    Inc.; 20Sep54; MP5209.

  DISCOVERY. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co. 140
    sec. Appl. author; Campbell-Ewald Co., employer for hire of R. S.
    McTyre, author of script. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 28Feb58; MU6455.

  THE DISCOVERY OF ANESTHESIA. SEE You Are There.

  DISCOVERY OF GOLD. SEE Captain Z-ro.

  THE DISCOVERY OF RADIUM. SEE You Are There.

  DISCUS. United World Films, 1948. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Track and
    Field) © United World Films, Inc.; 7Jan48 (in notice: 1947); MP2386.

  A DISCUSSION IN HISTORY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films and the
    Committee on the Preparation of Teachers of the University of
    Chicago, 1951. 21 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Teaching by Discussion
    Series) © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc.; 19Feb51 (in notice:
    1950); MP1353.

  A DISCUSSION IN THE PHYSICAL SCIENCES. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films
    and the Committee on the Preparation of Teachers of the University
    of Chicago, 1951. 21 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Teaching by Discussion
    Series) © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc.; 19Feb51 (in notice:
    1950); MP1356.

  A DISCUSSION IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    1950. 21 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Teaching by Discussion Series) ©
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc.; 9Nov50; MP938.

  DISCUSSION PROBLEMS IN GROUP LIVING: OTHER PEOPLE’S PROPERTY. America
    Films, 1951. A Centron production. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Young
    America Films, Inc.; 26Sep51; MP1670.

  DISCUSSION PROBLEMS IN GROUP LIVING: THE BULLY. Centron Corp. Released
    by Young America Films, 1951. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Centron
    Corp., Inc.; 28Dec51; MP1999.

  DISCUSSION PROBLEMS IN GROUP LIVING: THE GOSSIP. Centron Corp.
    Released by Young America Films. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. With
    teacher’s guide. © Centron Corp., Inc.; 23Jun55; MP7607.

  DISCUSSION PROBLEMS IN GROUP LIVING: THE OTHER FELLOW’S FEELINGS.
    Young America Films, 1951. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Young America
    Films, Inc.; 15Feb51; MP999.

  DISCUSSION PROBLEMS IN GROUP LIVING: THE OUTSIDER. Centron Corp.
    Released by Young America Films, 1951. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Young America Films, Inc.; 5Nov51; MP1874.

  DISCUSSION PROBLEMS IN GROUP LIVING: WHAT ABOUT JUVENILE DELINQUENCY?
    Centron Corp. Released by Young America Films. 12 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. With teacher’s guide. Appl. author: Gene Courtney. © Centron
    Corp., Inc.; 8Apr55; MP6168.

  THE DISEMBODIED. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 65 min., sd., b&w.
    35mm. © Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 14Aug57; LP8982.

  DISHONORED HERO. SEE I Spy.

  DISNEY, THE PARK AND PECOS BILL. SEE Disneyland. 1956-1957, no. 30.

  DISNEYLAND. Walt Disney Productions. 60 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Walt Disney Productions.

    1954-1955.

    1. Oct. 27, 1954. The Disneyland Story. (Fantasyland) © 6Oct54;
      LP10849.

    2. Nov. 3, 1954. Alice in Wonderland. (Fantasyland) © 13Oct54;
      LP8468.

    3. Nov. 11, 1954. Prairie—Seal Island. (Adventureland) © 20Oct54;
      MP8220.

    4. Nov. 17, 1954. The Donald Duck Story. (Fantasyland) © 27Oct54;
      LP8469.

    5. Nov. 24, 1954. So Dear to My Heart. (Frontierland) © 3Nov54;
      LP9131.

    6. Dec. 1, 1954. A Story of Dogs. (Fantasyland) © 10Nov54; LP8470.

    7. Dec. 8, 1954. Operation Under Sea. (Fantasyland) © 17Nov54;
      LP8471.

    8. Dec. 15, 1954. Davy Crockett, Indian Fighter. (Frontierland) ©
      24Nov54; LP8472.

    9. Dec. 22, 1954. 1954 Christmas Show. (Fantasyland) © 1Dec54 (in
      notice: 1944); LP9350.

    10. Dec. 29, 1954. Cameras in Africa - Beaver Valley.
      (Adventureland) © 8Dec54; MP8221.

    13. Jan. 19, 1955. Monsters of the Deep. (Fantasyland) © 29Dec54;
      LP9352.

    14. Jan. 26, 1955. Davy Crockett Goes to Congress. (Frontierland) ©
      5Jan55; LP8473.

    15. Feb. 2, 1955. Wind in the Willows. (Fantasyland) © 12Jan55;
      LP8474.

    16. Feb. 9, 1955. A Progress Report and Nature’s Half Acre.
      (Adventureland) © 19Jan56; MP8222.

    17. Feb. 16, 1955. Cavalcade of Songs. (Fantasyland) © 26Jan55;
      LP8475.

    18. Feb. 23, 1955. Davy Crockett at the Alamo. (Frontierland) ©
      2Feb55; LP8478.

    19. Mar. 2, 1955. From Aesop to Hans Christian Andersen.
      (Fantasyland) © 9Feb55; LP8476.

    20. Mar. 9, 1955. Man in Space. (Tomorrowland) © 16Feb55; LP8477.

    38. Jul. 13, 1955. Further Report on Disneyland. © 15Jun55; MP8478.

    1955-1956.

    1. Sept. 14, 1955. Dumbo. (Fantasyland) NM: adapting for television.
      © 24Aug55 (in notice: 1951); LP9553.

    2. Sept. 21, 1955. Behind the True-Life Cameras-Olympic Elk.
      (Adventureland) NM: adapting for television. © 31Aug55 (in notice:
      1951); MP8634.

    3. Sept. 28, 1955. Jiminy Cricket Presents Bongo. (Fantasyland) ©
      7Sep55; LP8696.

    4. Oct. 5, 1955. Tiburon, Sardinia, Morocco and Icebreakers.
      (Adventureland) © 14Sep55; MP8359.

    5. Oct. 12, 1955. Adventures of Mickey Mouse. (Fantasyland) ©
      21Sep55; LP8697.

    6. Oct. 19, 1955. The Story of the Silly Symphony. (Fantasyland) ©
      28Sep55; LP8698.

    7. Oct. 26, 1955. The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. (Fantasyland) NM:
      adapting for television. © 5Oct55 (in notice: 1949); LP9552.

    8. Nov. 2, 1955. The Story of Robin Hood, Part 1. (Fantasyland) NM:
      adapting for television. © 12Oct55 (in notice: 1952); LP10850.

    9. Nov. 9, 1955. The Story of Robin Hood, Part 2. (Fantasyland) NM:
      adapting for television. © 19Oct55 (in notice: 1952); LP10851.

    10. Nov. 16, 1955. Davy Crockett’s Keelboat Race. (Adventureland) ©
      26Oct55; LP8699.

    12. Nov. 30, 1955. The Story of the Animated Drawing. (Fantasyland)
      © 9Nov55; LP8700.

    13. Dec. 7, 1955. The Goofy Success Story. (Fantasyland) © 16Nov55;
      LP9134.

    14. Dec. 14, 1955. Davy Crockett & the River Pirates. (Frontierland)
      © 23Nov55; LP8701.

    16. Dec. 28, 1955. Man and the Moon. (Tomorrowland) © 7Dec55;
      LP8702.

    17. Jan. 4, 1956. When Knighthood Was in Flower, Pt. 1.
      (Fantasyland) NM: adapting for television. © 14Dec55 (in notice:
      1953); LP9554.

    18. Jan. 11. 1956. When Knighthood Was in Flower, Pt. 2.
      (Fantasyland) NM: adapting for television. © 21Dec55 (in notice:
      1953); LP9555.

    19. Jan. 18, 1956. A Tribute to Joel Chandler Harris. (Fantasyland)
      © 28Dec55 (in notice: 1956); LP8690.

    21. Feb. 1, 1956. A Day in the Life of Donald Duck. (Fantasyland) ©
      11Jan56; LP9133.

    22. Feb. 8, 1956. Survival in Nature. (Adventureland) © 18Jan56;
      MP8360.

    23. Feb. 15, 1956. Our Unsung Villains. (Fantasyland) © 25Jan56;
      LP8691.

    25. Feb. 29, 1956. A Trip Thru Adventureland - Water Birds.
      (Adventureland) © 8Feb56; MP8361.

    26. Mar. 7, 1956. On Vacation. (Fantasyland) © 15Feb56; LP8692.

    27. Mar. 14, 1956. Stormy, the Thoroughbred. (Adventureland) ©
      22Feb56; LP8693.

    28. Mar. 21, 1956. The Goofy Sports Story. (Fantasyland) © 29Feb56;
      LP9132.

    30. Apr. 4, 1956. Where Do the Stories Come From? (Fantasyland) ©
      14Mar56; LP8694.

    38. May 30, 1956. Behind the Scenes with Fess Parker.
      (Adventureland) © 9May56; LP8695.

    1956-1957.

    1. Sept. 12, 1956. Antarctica, Past & Present. (Adventureland) ©
      22Aug56; MP8610.

    2. Sept. 19, 1956. The Great Cat Family. (Fantasyland) © 29Aug56;
      LP9454.

    3. Sept. 26, 1956. Searching for Nature’s Mysteries. (Adventureland)
      © 5Sep56; MP8611.

    4. Oct. 3, 1956. Rob Roy, part I. (Fantasyland) © 12Sep56; LP9455.

    5. Oct. 10, 1956. Rob Roy, part II. (Fantasyland) © 19Sep56; LP9456.

    6. Oct. 17, 1956. Goofy’s Cavalcade of Sports. (Fantasyland) ©
      26Sep56; LP9457.

    7. Oct. 24, 1956. Behind the Cameras in Lapland: The Alaskan Eskimo.
      (Adventureland) © 3Oct56; MP8613.

    8. Oct. 31, 1956. The Plausible Impossible. (Fantasyland) © 10Oct56;
      LP9458.

    9. Nov. 7, 1956. Cameras in Samoa: The Holland Story.
      (Adventureland) © 17Oct56; MP8612.

    10. Nov. 14, 1956. Along the Oregon Trail. (Frontierland) © 24Oct56;
      LP9459.

    11. Nov. 21, 1956. At Home with Donald Duck. (Fantasyland) ©
      31Oct56; LP9460.

    14. Dec. 12, 1956. Pluto’s Day. (Fantasyland) © 21Nov56; LP9461.

    19. Jan. 16, 1957. Your Host, Donald Duck. (Fantasyland) © 26Dec56;
      LP9462.

    20. Jan. 23, 1957. Our Friend the Atom. (Tomorrowland) © 2Jan57;
      LP9473.

    21. Jan. 30, 1957. All About Magic. (Fantasyland) © 9Jan57; LP9474.

    23. Feb. 13, 1957. The Tricks of Our Trade. (Fantasyland) © 23Jan57;
      LP9475.

    25. Feb. 27, 1957. The Crisler Story: Prowlers of the Everglades.
      (Adventureland) © 6Feb57; MP8607.

    26. Mar. 6, 1957. Man in Flight. (Tomorrowland) © 13Feb57; LP9476.

    28. Mar. 20, 1957. The Goofy Adventure Story. (Fantasyland) ©
      27Feb57; LP9477.

    29. Mar. 27, 1957. Donald’s Award. (Fantasyland) © 6Mar57; LP9478.

    30. Apr. 3, 1957. Disneyland, the Park and Pecos Bill.
      (Frontierland) © 13Mar57; LP9479.

    31. Apr. 10, 1957. People of the Desert. (Adventureland) © 20Mar57
      (in notice: 1955); MP8606.

    32. Apr. 17, 1957. More About the Silly Symphonies. (Fantasyland) ©
      27Mar57; LP9480.

    34. May 1, 1957. The Yellowstone Story and Bear Country.
      (Adventureland) © 10Apr57; MP8608.

    38. May 29, 1957. The Liberty Story. (Frontierland) © 8May57;
      LP9481.

    39. June 5, 1957. Operation Deepfreeze. (Adventureland) © 15May57;
      MP8609.

  DISNEYLAND STORY. SEE Disneyland. 1954-1955, no. 1.

  DISNEYLAND. U.S.A. Walt Disney Productions. Released by Buena Vista
    Film Distribution Co. Sd., color, 35mm. (People and Places)
    Technicolor. © Walt Disney Productions; 23Nov56; MP8411.

  THE DISPLACED DEER. SEE Noah’s Ark.

  DISTAFF STUFF. SEE The People’s Choice, no. 19.

  THE DISTANCES. United World Films, 1948. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (Track and Field) © United World Films, Inc.; 7Jan48 (in notice:
    1947); MP2389.

  DISTANT DRUMS. United States Pictures. Released by Warner Bros.
    Pictures, 1951. 101 min., sd., color, 35mm. © United States
    Pictures, Inc.; 17Dec51; LP1380.

  DISTRIBUTING HEAT ENERGY. SEE Heat - Its Nature and Transfer.

  DIVIDE AND CONQUER. SEE Adventures of Superman.

  DIVIDED BY THE SEA. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd.,
    color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Eastman color. An Astrafilm presentation.
    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 5Apr57; MP8150.

  THE DIVIDED HEART. Ealing Studios. London. Released in the U. S. by
    Republic Pictures Corp. 10 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. © Ealing Studios,
    Ltd.; 19Nov54; LP6353.

  DIVIDING WITH FRACTIONS. SEE Learning New Numbers—Fractions, no. 8.

  DIVING ACROBATS. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 9 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (World of Sports Series) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 30Jun50;
    MP790.

  DIVING CAVALCADE. Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w. 35mm.
    (World of Sports) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 24Jun54; MP4999.

  DIVING DYNASTY. RKO Pathe, 1950. 8 min., sd., b&w. 35mm. (Sportscope
    Series, no. 3) © RKO Pathe. Inc.; 17Nov50; MP848.

  DIVING MANIACS. (Sports Review) Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.,
    1949. 9 min., sd., b&w. 35mm. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
    11Nov49; MP44.

  DIVISION IS EASY. Coronet, 1949. 11 min., sd., b&w. 16mm. © David A.
    Smart; 28Sep49; MP5070.

  A DIVORCE. SEE Un Divorcio.

  UN DIVORCIO. (A Divorce) Argel Films, Mexico. Released by Clasa-Mohme;
    in the U. S. by Importadora. 77 min., sd., b&w. 35mm. Based on the
    novel of the same title by Paul Bourget. © Importadora. Inc.;
    15Aug53; LP10635.

  DIXIELAND DROOPY. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 7 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. (Droopy Cartoon) Technicolor. © Loew’s
    Incorporated; 17Sep54 (in notice: 1953); LP4103.

  DIZZY DINOSAURS. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1952. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Kartune) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 4Jul52; LP1843.

  DIZZY DISHES. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Noveltoon Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 4Feb55 (in notice:
    1954); LP4405.

  DIZZY DIVING. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Mel Allen’s Sport Show) © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
    28Jul54; MP5175.

  DIZZY YARDBIRDS. (All Star Comedy) Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 17
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 6Mar50; LP2941.

  DO BETTER ON YOUR EXAMINATIONS. Coronet, 1951. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Mr. David A. Smart; 23Jan51; MP902.

  DO I WANT TO BE A SECRETARY? Coronet Instructional Films. 10 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, 10Jun54; MP4894.

  DO IT YOURSELF. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 75 ft., color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Chevrolet
    Division of General Motors Corp. 15Nov54; MU5804.

  DO IT YOURSELF. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 55.

  DO NOT LOVE ME SO MUCH. SEE No Me Quieras Tanto.

  DO OR DIET. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Casper
    Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 16Oct53; LP4009.

  DO SOMEONE A FAVOR. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 9 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. (Pete Smith Specialty) © Loew’s Incorporated;
    25Feb54 (in notice: 1953); LP3887.

  DO YOU TRUST YOUR WIFE? Don Fedderson Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Don Fedderson Productions; 27Sep55; MP6510.

  DO YOU TRUST YOUR WIFE? Don-Monya. 3 reels each, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Don-Monya, Inc.

    1. © 3Jan56; MP7053.

    2. © 10Jan56; MP7052.

    3. © 17Jan56; MP7060.

    4. © 31Jan56; MP7061.

    5. © 7Feb56; MP7062.

    6. © 14Feb56; MP7059.

    7. © 21Feb56; MP7058.

    8. © 28Feb56; MP7057.

    9. © 6Mar56; MP7056.

    10. © 13Mar56; MP7055.

    11. © 20Mar56; MP7054.

    12. © 27Mar56; MP7541.

    13. © 3Apr56; MP7542.

    14. © 10Apr56; MP7543.

    15. © 17Apr56; MP7544.

    16. © 24Apr56; MP7545.

    17. © 1May56; MP7546.

    18. © 8May56; MP7547.

    19. © 15May56; MP7847.

    20. © 22May56; MP7848.

    21. © 29May56; MP7849.

    22. © 5Jun56; MP7850.

    23. © 12Jun56; MP7851.

    24. © 19Jun56; MP7852.

    25. © 26Jun56; MP7853.

    26. © 3Jul56; MP7854.

    27. © 10Jul56; MP7855.

    28. © 17Jul56; MP7856.

    29. © 24Jul56; MP7857.

    30. © 31Jul56; MP7858.

    32. © 14Aug56; MP7859.

    33. © 21Aug56; MP7860.

    34. © 28Aug56; MP7861.

  DOBBIN STEPS OUT. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1950. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Grantland Rice Sportlight Series) © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    8Dec50; MP778.

  DOBERMAN, MISSING HEIR. SEE The Phil Silvers Show.

  DOBERMAN THE CROONER. SEE The Phil Silvers Show.

  DOBERMAN’S SISTER. SEE The Phil Silvers Show.

  DOC BELL. SEE Tales of Wells Fargo.

  DOC HOLLIDAY. SEE Stories of the Century.

  DOC’S REVENGE. SEE Gunsmoke.

  DOC’S REWARD. SEE Gunsmoke.

  DR. ALAN MARCH. SEE The Millionaire.

  DOCTOR ALICE. SEE Tales of Wells Fargo.

  DOCTOR AT LARGE. Rank Organisation Film Productions, London. Released
    in the U. S. by Universal Pictures Co. 98 min., sd., color, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. VistaVision. Eastman color. Based
    on the novel by Richard Gordon. © Rank Organisation Film
    Productions, Ltd.; 12Apr57; LP9443.

  DOCTOR AT SEA. Group Film Productions, London. Released in the U. S.
    by Republic Pictures Corp. 93 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor.
    VistaVision. Based on a novel by Richard Gordon. © Group Film
    Productions, Ltd.; 14Jul55; LP6361.

  DR. DAMON’S DILEMMA. SEE Big Town, no. 22.

  DR. GROOD DEFIES GRAVITY. SEE Lost Planet, no. 11.

  DOCTOR IMPOSSIBLE. SEE Medic.

  DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE. Group Film Productions, London. Released in the
    U. S. by Republic Pictures Corp. 92 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Technicolor. Based on a novel by Richard Gordon. © Group Film
    Productions, Ltd.; 25Mar54; LP5016.

  DR. JEKYLL & MR. CUMMINGS. SEE The Bob Cummings Show, no. 16.

  DOCTOR JERKYL’S HIDE. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Looney Tune Cartoon) Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 6Jun55 (in
    notice: 1953); MP6043.

  DOCTOR JORDAN. SEE Star Stage.

  DOCTOR JOSEPH FRYE. SEE The Millionaire.

  DOCTOR KEEPS A PROMISE. SEE Zane Grey Theatre, no. 8444.

  A DOCTOR OF LAWS. SEE American Wit and Humor, no. 5.

  DR. PINAL UNCHAINS THE INSANE. SEE You Are There.

  DR. PRAETORIUS. SEE People Will Talk.

  DR. SPOCK. March of Time, 1952. 29 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on the
    book The Pocket Book of Baby and Child Care by Benjamin Spock. ©
    Time, Inc.; 15Oct52; MP3211.

  DR. VAN. SEE Navy Log.

  THE DOCTOR WAS A LADY. SEE Jane Wyman Theater.

  THE DOCTOR WEARS THREE FACES. SEE Mother Didn’t Tell Me.

  THE DOCTOR WILLOUGHBY STORY. SEE Wagon Train.

  THE DOCTOR’S DILEMMA. Comet Film Productions, London. Released in the
    U. S. by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 99 min., sd., color, 35mm. From the
    play by Bernard Shaw. © Comet Film Productions, Ltd.; 31Dec58 (in
    notice: 1957); LP12729.

  THE DOCTOR’S DILEMMA. SEE The Millionaire.

  THE DOCTOR’S DOWNFALL. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 41.

  DOCTORS OF DOOM. SEE Jet Jackson, the Flying Commando, no. 30.

  THE DOCTORS OF PAWNEE KILL. SEE General Electric Theatre.

  DODGE CITY GETS A NEW MARSHAL. SEE The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp,
    no. 35.

  DOG ABOUT TOWN. SEE The Damon Runyon Theatre, no. 29.

  DOG COLLARED. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1951. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Merrie Melodies Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 10Jan51 (in notice:
    1949); MP802.

  DOG EAT DOG. SEE 26 Men.

  DOG GONE. SEE Whirlybirds, no. 59.

  DOG GONE SOUTH. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1950. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Merrie Melodies Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 2Sep50; MP466.

  THE DOG-GONEDEST DOG. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1952. 10 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (Grantland Rice Sportlight) © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    18Jan52; MP2020.

  THE DOG HOUSE. Loew’s, 1952. 6 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Tom and Jerry
    Cartoon) A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer cartoon. © Loew’s Inc.; 3Oct52;
    LP2012.

  THE DOG HOUSE. SEE Lassie.

  DOG MEAT. SEE Blue Blood.

  A DOG NAMED BARNEY. SEE Sky King.

  DOG POUNDED. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Looney
    Tune Cartoon) Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 29Dec54 (in notice:
    1953); MP5671.

  THE DOG RACE. SEE Sergeant Preston of the Yukon.

  DOG SCENTS. RKO-Pathe. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) ©
    RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 25Feb54; MP4933.

  THE DOG SHOW. Terrytoons. Distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp., 1950. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon Cartoon) ©
    Terrytoons, Inc.; 26May50; LP202.

  THE DOG SHOW. SEE Lassie.

  THE DOG SNATCHER. United Productions of America. Released by Columbia
    Pictures Corp., 1952. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (The Near-Sighted
    Mr. Magoo) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 29May52; LP1790.

  THE DOG THAT CRIED WOLF. Universal Pictures Co., 1953. 6 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Walter Lantz Cartune) © Universal International;
    10Mar53; MP3366.

  DOG VERSUS BIDDEFORD. SEE On Trial.

  THE DOG WHO KNEW SUPERMAN. SEE Adventures of Superman.

  THE DOGCATCHER. SEE Lassie.

  THE DOGDON CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  DOGGIE IN THE BEDROOM. Columbia Pictures Corp. 2 reels, sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 7Jan54 (in notice: 1953); LP3520.

  DOGS. SEE American Wit and Humor, no. 13.

  DOG’S BEST FRIEND; NO. 15-60. Procter & Gamble Co. Made by
    Tatham-Laird. 1 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Procter & Gamble Co. (in
    notice: P & G); 20Mar59; MP9531.

  A DOG’S LIFE. SEE The Honeymooners.

  DOGS ’N DUCKS. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 10 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (Pete Smith Specialty) © Loew’s Incorporated; 6Jul53 (in
    notice: 1952); LP3858.

  DOING HOMEWORK IN GREGG SHORTHAND SIMPLIFIED. McGraw-Hill Book Co.,
    1952. Produced by Documentary Film Productions. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. (Gregg Shorthand Series, no. 5) Produced with the cooperation
    of Central Commercial High School, New York. Correlated with Gregg
    Shorthand Manual Simplified, by Gregg, Leslie, and Zoubek. ©
    McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc. (in notice: Gregg Pub. Division,
    McGraw-Hill).

  DOING HOMEWORK IN GREGG SHORTHAND SIMPLIFIED, FUNCTIONAL METHOD.
    McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1952. Produced by Documentary Film
    Productions. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Gregg Shorthand Series, no.
    6) Produced with the cooperation of Central Commercial High School,
    New York. Correlated with Gregg Shorthand Manual Simplified,
    Functional Method, by Leslie and Zoubek. © McGraw-Hill Book Co.,
    Inc. (in notice: Gregg Pub. Division, McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.);
    29Oct52; MP3217.

  DOING WHAT’S FRIGHT. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd.,
    Technicolor, 35mm. (Casper, the Friendly Ghost) © Paramount Pictures
    Corp.; 12Jan59 (in notice: 1958); LP12669.

  THE DOLL. General Television Enterprises, Inc., 1950. 2 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © General Television Enterprises, Inc.; 15Apr50 (in
    notice: 1949); LP54.

  THE DOLL BANDIT. SEE Man Against Crime, June 10, 1953.

  DOLL HOUSE. SEE Mr. and Mrs. North, no. 19.

  THE DOLL WHO COULDN’T SLEEP. SEE State Trooper.

  DOLLARS AND SENSE. SEE Private Secretary.

  THE DOLLARS AND SENSE OF WEED CONTROL. South Dakota State College,
    Agronomy Dept. and Audio-Visual Dept. Released by Standard Oil Co.
    24 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Standard Oil Co. (Indiana);
    17Dec55; MP6883.

  A DOLLAR’S WORTH. SEE The Loretta Young Show, no. 4001-1.

  THE DOLL’S HOUSE. SEE The Ray Milland Show.

  DOLLS OF MANY LANDS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 9 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. Ferrania color. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films, Inc.; 20Mar57 (in notice: 1956); MP8185.

  DOLLY’S BAR. SEE M-Squad.

  DOLORES DE MARCO, GEORGE’S EX-VAUDEVILLE PARTNER. SEE The George Burns
    and Gracie Allen Show, no. 81.

  THE DOLPHIN KICK. Jorhal Pictures. Released by Coronet Instructional
    Films. 8 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a
    division of Esquire, Inc.; 18Jul56; MP7561.

  THE DOMESTIC RELATIONS COUNSELOR. SEE The People’s Choice, no. 20.

  THE DOMESTICS. SEE The People’s Choice, no. 22.

  THE DOMINANT SEX. SEE The Bob Cummings Show, no. 48.

  DOMINO. SEE Lassie.

  DOMINO KID. Calhoun-Orsatti Enterprises. Released by Columbia Pictures
    Corp. 8 reels, sd., b&w. 35mm. A Rorvic production. ©
    Calhoun-Orsatti Enterprises, Inc.; 1Oct57; LP9121.

  DON CARELESS. SEE The Avengers.

  DON COLORADO. William Boyd Productions, 1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Based on characters created by Clarence E. Mulford. © William Boyd
    Productions, Inc.; 1Dec52; LP2387.

  DON CORNELL SINGS. Universal Pictures Co., 1953. 15 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. A Universal International picture. © Universal Pictures Co.,
    Inc.; 2Jan53; LP2346.

  DON DAREDEVIL RIDES AGAIN. Republic Productions, 1951. 2 reels each,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. © Republic Pictures Corp.; trailer and No. 1-4,
    23May51; LP985; No. 5-12, 7Jun51; LP1078.

    1. Return of the Don.

    2. Double Death.

    3. Hidden Danger.

    4. Retreat to Destruction.

    5. Cold Steel.

    6. The Flaming Juggernaut.

    7. Claim Jumper.

    8. Perilous Combat.

    9. Hostage of Destiny.

    10. Marked for Murder.

    11. The Captive Witness.

    12. Flames of Vengeance.

  THE DON FROST. SEE Navy Log.

  DON GIOVANNI. Harmony Films. Released by Festival Productions. 175
    min., sd., color, 35mm. In Italian. Appl. author: H. A. Siepmann. ©
    Festival Productions, Inc.; 18Apr55; MP7944.

  DON GIOVANNI. SEE Merry Wives of Windsor.

  DON GIOVANNI (ARIAS) SEE Great Moments from Don Giovanni.

  DON INVITES THE GANG TO DINNER. SEE Jack Benny Television Show, no.
    856.

  DON JUAN. Produccion Hapalo Films, Spain. Released by Cifesa; in the
    U. S. by Importadora. 80 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the original
    text by Jose Luis Saenz de Heredia and Carlos Blanco. © Importadora,
    Inc.; 15Jun50; LP11015.

  DON JUAN’S NIGHT OF LOVE. Industrie Cinematografiche Sociali, Rome,
    and Cormoran Films, Paris. Released in the U. S. by Republic
    Pictures Corp. 71 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Republic Pictures Corp.;
    8Mar52; LP5945.

  DON LEWIS. SEE The Millionaire.

  DON PASQUALE, and FRA DIAVOLO. Variety Film Distributors. Distributed
    by United Artists, 1950. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Amerigo
    Benefico; 3Jul50; MP441.

  DONA CLARINES. (Mrs. Bugle) Producciones Isla, Mexico. Released by
    Clasa-Mohme; in the U. S. by Importadora. 93 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Importadora, Inc.; 15Apr51; LP11835.

  DONALD APPLECORE. Walt Disney Productions. Released by RKO Radio
    Pictures, 1951. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Donald Duck Cartoon) ©
    Walt Disney Productions; 4Oct51; LP1399.

  THE DONALD DAMEN CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  [DONALD DUCK MARCH OF DIMES] Walt Disney Productions. 1 reel, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Walt Disney Productions; 1Jan54 (in notice: 1953);
    LP3201.

  THE DONALD DUCK STORY. SEE Disneyland, no. 4.

  DONALD IN MATHMAGIC LAND. Walt Disney Productions. Released by Buena
    Vista Film Distribution Co. 1 reel, sd., Technicolor. 35mm. © Walt
    Disney Productions; 22Jan59; LP13492.

  DONALD TAKES A VACATION. SEE Here Comes Donald.

  DONALD’S AWARD. SEE Disneyland. 1956-1957, no. 29.

  DONALD’S DIARY. Walt Disney Productions. Released by RKO Radio
    Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Donald Duck Cartoon)
    Technicolor. © Walt Disney Productions; 16Dec53; LP3767.

  DONOVAN’S BRAIN. Dowling Productions. Released by United Artists Corp.
    83 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel of the same title by
    Curt Siodmak. © Dowling Productions, Inc.; 21Oct53; LP3025.

  DON’S FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH. Walt Disney Productions. Released by RKO
    Radio Pictures. 6 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Donald Duck Cartoon)
    Technicolor. © Walt Disney Productions; 5Mar53; LP3115.

  DON’T AXE ME. Warner Bros. Pictures. 7 min., sd., Technicolor, 35mm.
    (Merrie Melodies; Daffy Duck and Elmer Fudd) © Vitaphone Corp.;
    4Jan58 (in notice: 1957); MP9388.

  DON’T BE AFRAID. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 12 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. Inc.;
    5Aug53 (in notice: 1952); MP4205.

  DON’T BELIEVE IN GHOSTS. B. B. Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Based on characters created by Clarence E. Mulford. © B. B.
    Productions; 25Dec53; LP3734.

  DON’T BOTHER TO KNOCK. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1952. 76
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a novel by Charlotte Armstrong. ©
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 25Jul52; LP1928.

  DON’T COME BACK ALIVE. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  DON’T FEED THE ANIMALS. SEE Man Against Crime, Jan. 3, 1954.

  DON’T FORGET TO WRITE. Vitaphone Corp. 20 min., sd., color, 35mm. A
    Warner Bros. short subject. Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 15Dec54
    (in notice: 1953); MP5501.

  DON’T GET ANGRY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 12 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. Inc.; 16Mar53; MP3750.

  DON’T GIVE UP THE SHEEP. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1953. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Looney Tune Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 12Jan53
    (in notice: 1951); MP3130.

  DON’T GIVE UP THE SHEEP. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Looney Tune Cartoon) Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 15Nov53;
    MP5312.

  DON’T GIVE UP THE SHIP. Hal B. Wallis and Joseph H. Hazen. Released by
    Paramount Pictures Corp. 85 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Hal B. Wallis &
    Joseph H. Hazen; 17Jun59; LP13997.

  DON’T GIVE UP THE SHIP. SEE The Gale Storm Show.

  DON’T GO NEAR THE WATER. Avon Productions. Released by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 107 min., sd., color, 35mm. CinemaScope.
    Metrocolor. Based on the novel of the same title by William
    Brinkley. © Loew’s Incorporated & Avon Productions, Inc.; 7Oct57;
    LP9283.

  DON’T INTERRUPT. SEE Hitchcock Presents.

  DON’T KNOCK THE ROCK. Clover Productions. Released by Columbia
    Pictures Corp. 9 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.;
    1Jun57 (in notice: 1956); LP8351.

  DON’T LOOK DOWN. SEE Rendezvous.

  DON’T SHOOT. Sherer Sales Co. [1953] 13 min., color, 16mm. Appl.
    author: Osborn Sherer. © Sherer Sales Co., Inc.; 23Jan53; MU5506.

  DON’T SKID YOURSELF. Aetna Casualty & Surety Co. 13 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. Produced in cooperation with the Committee on Winter Driving
    Hazards of the National Safety Council. © Aetna Casualty & Surety
    Co.; 20Oct55; MP6612.

  DON’T THROW THAT KNIFE. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 16mm., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 3May51; LP953.

  DON’T WAKE THE BATTERY. Delco Battery. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co. 60
    sec. (High Adventure Series) Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald Co.,
    employer for hire of Phil A. Young, author of script. ©
    Campbell-Ewald Co.; 8Dec58; MU6527.

  DON’T YOU REMEMBER? Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Revue Productions, Inc.; 31Dec54; LP5005.

  THE DONUT SHOW. SEE Hey, Jeannie, no. 9502.

  THE DOODLE BUG. Flying A Pictures, 1950. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Flying A Pictures, Inc.; 13Aug50; LP305.

  DOODLE OF DEATH. SEE The Adventures of Ellery Queen.

  DOOLEY SURRENDERS. SEE Gunsmoke.

  THE DOOLIN GANG. SEE Stories of the Century.

  DOOMSDAY. SEE Alcoa Presents One Step Beyond.

  DOOMSDAY. SEE Suspicion.

  THE DOOR. SEE Lilli Palmer Quality Theater.

  DOOR PRIZE. Arthur Florman. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Arthur Florman;
    10Mar54; MU5672.

  DOOR-TO-DOOR SALESMAN. Interstate Bakeries Corp. Made by Walter Lantz
    Productions. 20 sec., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Walter Lantz Productions,
    Inc.; 29Sep57; LP11952.

  DOORWAY TO NEW CAREERS. Pennsylvania State University. 12 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Pennsylvania State University; 16Apr56; MP7299.

  DOORWAY TO SUSPICION. Princess Pictures. 9 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Princess Pictures, Inc.; 24May54; LP4135.

  DOPEY DICK, THE PINK WHALE. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., color,
    35mm. (Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker Cartune) A Universal
    International picture. Technicolor. © Universal International;
    6Sep57; LP9357.

  DOPEY DICKS. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 16 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 2Mar50 (in notice: 1949); LP2935.

  DOPPLER EFFECT. McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by Audio Productions. 8
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (College Physics Series) Produced with the
    cooperation of the Visual Aids Committee of the American Association
    of Physics Teachers. © McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 30Dec52 (in
    notice: 1951); MP3910.

  THE DORA GRAY STORY. SEE Wagon Train.

  DORF’S PHOTO MACHINE. SEE The Brothers, no. 2.

  DORIS WINSLOW. SEE The Millionaire.

  DORJE AND THE DRAGON. Famous Cartoons. 18 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Famous Cartoons Co. (in notice: Famous Cartoons, Inc.); 1Feb58 (in
    notice: 1957); LP13621.

  THE DORSEY BROTHERS’ ENCORE. Universal Pictures Co. 2 reels, sd., b&w,
    35mm. A Universal International picture. © Universal Pictures Co.,
    Inc.; 22Oct53; LP3146.

  DOS CARAS TIENE EL DESTINO. (Face to Face with Fate) (Two-Faced
    Destiny) Producciones Noriega, Mexico. Released by Clasa-Mohme; in
    the U. S. by Importadora. 97 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Appl. author:
    Producciones Churubusco-Azteca, S.A. © Importadora, Inc.; 1Mar52;
    LP11846.

  DOS CHARROS Y UNA GITANA. (Two Charros and A Gypsy) Mier y Brooks and
    Atenea Films, Mexico. Released in the U. S. by Importadora. 87 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Appl. author: Productora Mier y Brooks, S. de R. L.
    y C. V. © Importadora, Inc.; 1Jan56; LP10645.

  DO’S OR DON’TS. SEE The Adventures of Blinkey, no. 16.

  DOS TIPOS DE CUIDADO. Cinematografica Tele-Voz, Mexico. Released by
    Clasa-Mohme; in the U. S. by Importadora. 110 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Appl. author: Cinematografica Industrial Productora de Peliculas,
    S.A. © Importadora, Inc.; 15Nov53; LP10639.

  DOUBLE BARREL MIRACLE. Princess Pictures. 8 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Princess Pictures, Inc.; 5Jan54; LP3214.

  DOUBLE BARRELLED VENGEANCE. Flying A Pictures, 1951. 25 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Flying A Pictures, Inc.; 7Feb51 (in notice: 1950);
    LP747.

  DOUBLE BET. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 48.

  DOUBLE CHAMPION. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co.
    80 sec. Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald Co., employer for hire of
    Frederick L. Lounsberry, author of script. © Campbell-Ewald Co.;
    7Jun57; MU6327.

  DOUBLE CONFESSION. Harry Reynolds Productions, London. Released in the
    U.S., 1951. 86 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel “All on a
    Summer’s Day,” by John Garden [pseud. of Harry Lutf Verne Fletcher].
    © Stratford Pictures Corp.; 2Apr51; LP831.

  DOUBLE CROSSBONES. Universal International, 1950. 76 min., sd., color,
    35mm. © Universal Pictures Company, Inc.; 6Dec50; LP595.

  THE DOUBLE DATE. SEE

    The Bob Cummings Show, no. 72.

    It’s a Great Life.

  DOUBLE DEAL. RKO Radio Pictures, 1950. 64 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © RKO
    Radio Pictures, Inc.; 22Dec50; LP594.

  DOUBLE, DOUBLE CROSS. Lindsley Parsons Productions, 1952. 3 reels,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. (Crime File Series, no. 6) © Lindsley Parsons
    Productions, Inc.; 24Mar52; LP1607.

  DOUBLE DYNAMITE. RKO Radio Pictures, 1951. 80 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 21Dec51; LP1433.

  DOUBLE EDGE. SEE Tales of the Texas Rangers, no. 7.

  DOUBLE EXPOSURE. SEE

    The Adventures of Ellery Queen.

    Your All Star Theatre, no. 26.

  THE DOUBLE FACE. SEE M-Squad.

  DOUBLE FEE. SEE Wanted: Dead or Alive, no. 6364.

  THE DOUBLE HEADER 500. K & W Products. 50 min., si., b&w, 16mm. © K &
    W Products, Inc.; 29Dec58; MU6664.

  DOUBLE IDENTITY. Hecuba Corp. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Hecuba Corp.;
    20Jul54; LP3840.

  DOUBLE IDENTITY. SEE

    The Adventures of the Falcon.

    Panic, nos. 57-9.

  DOUBLE JEOPARDY. Apex Film Corp., 1950. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © The
    Lone Ranger, Inc.; 7Sep50; LP708.

  DOUBLE JEOPARDY. Pyramid Productions, Inc., 1950. 2 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © General Television Enterprises, Inc.; 6Mar50 (in notice:
    1949); LP2876.

  DOUBLE JEOPARDY. Republic Pictures Corp. 70 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Republic Pictures Corp.; 6May55; LP5866.

  DOUBLE JEOPARDY. Republic Pictures Corp. 70 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Republic Pictures Corp.; 25May55; LP5154.

  DOUBLE JEOPARDY. SEE

    Murder Without Tears.

    Private Detective, no. 8606.

  DOUBLE LIFE. SEE Official Detective.

  THE DOUBLE LIFE OF DORA HAND. SEE The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp.

  DOUBLE NEGATIVE. SEE Man with a Camera.

  DOUBLE OR MUTTON. Warner Bros Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Looney Tune Cartoon) Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 23Jul55 (in
    notice: 1954); MP7464.

  DOUBLE PARTNERS. SEE The Loretta Young Show, no. C-1.

  DOUBLE REWARD. SEE Tales of the Texas Rangers, no. 39.

  THE DOUBLE SWITCH. Flying A Pictures, 1950. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Flying A Pictures, Inc.; 27Aug50; LP293.

  DOUBLE TROUBLE. B. B. Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on
    characters created by Clarence E. Mulford. © B. B. Productions;
    8Jan54 (in notice: 1953); LP3728.

  DOUBLE TROUBLE. SEE

    Adventures of Superman.

    All Star Theatre, no. 142.

    Sky King, no. 23.

  DOUBLE TROUBLE FOR ZORRO. SEE Zorro, no. 11.

  DOUBLE VALUE. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 75 ft., sd., color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Chevrolet
    Motor Division of General Motors Corp.; 12Jun57; MU6332.

  DOUBLECROSS. SEE I Spy.

  DOUBLE-CROSS COUNTRY RACE. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 7 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. (Popeye the Sailor Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures
    Corp.; 15Jun51; LP965.

  DOUBLE-CROSS MONEY. SEE Buffalo Bill, Jr.

  DOUBLECROSS VALLEY. Flying A Pictures, 1950. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Flying A Pictures, Inc.; 10Sep50; LP375.

  DOUBLED IN DANGER. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue
    Productions, Inc.; 31Dec54; LP5006.

  DOUBLED IN DIAMONDS. SEE Soldiers of Fortune.

  DOUGLAS AND HIS PONY. SEE Science Pictures, no. 7.

  DOW ANTI-FREEZE; CITIES SERVICE VERSION. Dow Chemical Co. Made by Jam
    Handy Organization. 1/2 min., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization,
    Inc.; 16Apr54; MU5682.

  DOW ANTI-FREEZE; CITIES SERVICE VERSION. Dow Chemical Co. Made by Jam
    Handy Organization. 1 min., b&w, 35mm. Appl. title: Cities Service
    Version: Anti-freeze with Tri-Pro Commercials. © Jam Handy
    Organization, Inc.; 16Apr54; MU5685.

  DOW ANTI-FREEZE; TIDEWATER VERSION. Dow Chemical Co. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 1/2 min., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.;
    16Apr54; MU5684.

  DOW ANTI-FREEZE; TIDEWATER VERSION. Dow Chemical Co. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 1 min., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.;
    16Apr54; MU5683.

  DOW MIDLAND. Jam Handy Organization for the Dow Chemical Co. © 1951.
    761 ft., color, 16mm. © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 11Dec51;
    MU5362.

  DOWN AMONG THE SHELTERING PALMS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.,
    1952. 87 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. © Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp.; 27Jun52; LP2507.

  DOWN AT THE OFFICE. National Safety Council. Made by Vogue Wright
    Studios. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © National Safety Council;
    12Jan56; MP6889.

  DOWN BEAT BEAR. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 6 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Tom and Jerry Cartoon) CinemaScope. Technicolor. ©
    Loew’s Incorporated; 12Sep56; LP7621.

  DOWN LAREDO WAY. Republic Pictures Corp. 54 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Republic Pictures Corp.; 23Jul53; LP2941.

  DOWN STREAM HIGHWAY. (Grantland Rice Sportlight) Paramount Pictures
    Corp., 1950. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    2Jun50; MP182.

  DOWN THE DRAIN. Chase Brass & Copper Co. Made by Science Pictures. 1
    reel, sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. Written by Thomas H. Wolf. ©
    Chase Brass & Copper Co., a subsidiary of Kennecott Copper Corp.;
    1Dec53; MP6464.

  DOWN THE HATCH. Columbia Pictures Corp. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 26Nov53; LP3765.

  DOWN THE MAGDALENA. Universal Pictures Co. Released by Universal
    International. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Universal International
    Color Parade) © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 22Oct58; LP12524.

  DOWN THE RIVER. Universal International, 1951. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Cartoon Melodies Series) © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    25Sep51; MP1656.

  DOWN THREE DARK STREETS. Edward Small Productions. Released by United
    Artists Corp. 85 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel “Case
    File: FBI,” by the Gordons [Mildred and Gordon Gordon] © Challenge
    Pictures, Inc.; 3Sep54; LP4237.

  DOWN TO MIRTH. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Casper, the Ghost Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 2Jan59;
    LP12929.

  DOWN YOUR WAY. C. E. Feltner, Jr. 11-1/2 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © C. E.
    Feltner, Jr.; 5Nov59; MU6810.

  DOWNHEARTED DUCKLING. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 6 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. (Tom and Jerry Cartoon) Technicolor. © Loew’s
    Incorporated; 17Sep54 (in notice: 1953); LP4101.

  DOWNHILL YACHTS. RKO-Pathe. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) ©
    RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 12Jun55; MP6276.

  DOWNING PARK. Frank Joseph Graziano [1952] 4 min., 8mm. © Frank Joseph
    Graziano; 30Sep52; MU5491.

  DOWRY FOR ILONA. SEE Du Pont Theater.

  THE DRAFT DODGER. SEE Navy Log.

  DRAG-A-LONG DROOPY. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 8 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. (Droopy Cartoon) Technicolor. © Loew’s
    Incorporated; 4Jan54 (in notice: 1952); LP3920.

  DRAGNET. Mark VII. Released by Warner Bros. Pictures. 90 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. Warnercolor. © Mark VII, Ltd. & Stanley Meyer; 4Sep54;
    LP5325.

  DRAGNET. Mark VII. 26 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Sherry TV, Inc.,
    unless otherwise indicated.

    The Big Actor. © Mark VII Productions, Inc.; 3Jan52; LP4225.

    The Big Affair. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 25Nov54 (in notice: 1953); LP4177.

    The Big Bar. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 14Oct54 (in notice: 1953); LP4173.

    The Big Barrett. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 18Jun53; LP4155.

    The Big Beer. © 18Oct56; LP7655.

    The Big Betty. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 24Sep53; LP4263.

    The Big Bible. © 2Dec54; LP4415.

    The Big Bill. © 29Nov56; LP7652.

    The Big Bindle. © 9Dec54; LP4421.

    The Big Bird. © 27Oct55; LP5498.

    The Big Blast. © Mark VII Productions, Inc.; 10Apr52; LP4166.

    The Big Bobo. © 5Apr56; LP6589.

    The Big Bounce. © 17Nov55; LP5657.

    Big Boy. Appl. title: The Big Boys. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 21Jan54 (in
      notice: 1953); LP4268.

    The Big Break. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 19Mar53; LP4210.

    The Big Building. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 5Mar53 (in notice: 1952);
      LP4188.

    The Big Bull. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 17Sep53; LP4204.

    The Big Button. © 10Oct57; LP9463.

    The Big Candy Box. © 3Oct57; LP9466.

    The Big Casing. © Mark VII Productions, Inc.; 22May52; LP4287.

    The Big Cast. © Mark VII Productions, Inc.; 14Feb52; LP4285.

    The Big Cat. © 27Sep56; LP7649.

    The Big Celebration. © 25Apr57 (in notice: 1956); LP8430.

    The Big Chance. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 4Feb54 (in notice: 1953); LP4231.

    The Big Check. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 6May54 (in notice: 1953); LP4266.

    The Big Chet. © 8Sep55; LP5416.

    The Big Child. © 9Feb56 (in notice: 1955); LP6328.

    The Big Children. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 11Feb54 (in notice: 1953);
      LP4229.

    The Big Church. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 5Feb53 (in notice: 1952); LP4186.

    The Big Close. © 7Mar57 (in notice: 1956); LP8106.

    The Big Coins. © 28Feb57 (in notice: 1956); LP8114.

    The Big Confession. © 29Sep55; LP5418.

    The Big Constitution. © 26Sep57; LP9464.

    The Big Convertible. © 1Nov56; LP7651.

    The Big Cop. © Mark VII Productions, Inc.; 1Jan53 (in notice: 1952);
      LP4200.

    The Big Crime. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 9Sep54 (in notice: 1953); LP4167.

    The Big Cry Baby. © 2May57 (in notice: 1956); LP8427.

    The Big Cup. © 21Mar57 (in notice: 1956); LP8109.

    Big Customer. © 10Mar55 (in notice: 1954); LP4661.

    The Big Dance. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 25Jan53; LP4213.

    The Big Dare. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 20May54 (in notice: 1953); LP4270.

    The Big Daughter. © 2Feb56 (in notice: 1955); LP6341.

    The Big Deal. © 26Apr56; LP6584.

    The Big Death. © Mark VII Productions, Inc.; 17Jan52; LP4170.

    The Big Dig. © 19May55 (in notice: 1954); LP5423.

    The Big Dog. © 10Feb55 (in notice: 1954); LP4485.

    The Big Doting Mother. © 20Dec56; LP8103.

    The Big Dream. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 29Oct53; LP4223.

    The Big Drink. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 25Mar54 (in notice: 1953); LP4228.

    The Big Eavesdrop. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 31Dec53; LP4218.

    The Big Elevator. © Mark VII Productions, Inc.; 9Oct52; LP4220.

    The Big Escape. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 23Sep54 (in notice: 1953); LP4164.

    The Big Ex-Blonde. © 29Mar56; LP6583.

    The Big Fake. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 22Oct53; LP4171.

    The Big Fall Guy. © 26Jan56 (in notice: 1955); LP6326.

    The Big False Make. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 27May54 (in notice: 1953);
      LP4280.

    The Big Family. © 13Jan55 (in notice: 1954); LP4417.

    The Big Father. © 3Jan57 (in notice: 1956); LP8116.

    The Big Fin. © 14Feb57 (in notice: 1956); LP8113.

    The Big Fire. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 23Apr53; LP4206.

    The Big 4th. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 28May53; LP4215.

    The Big Frame. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 22Apr54 (in notice: 1953); LP4281.

    The Big Frank. © Mark VII Productions, Inc.; 7May53 (in notice:
      1953); LP4288.

    The Big Fraud. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 2Sep54 (in notice: 1953); LP4161.

    The Big Friend. © Mark VII Productions, Inc.; 11Jun53 (in notice:
      1952); LP4198.

    The Big Game. © 21Feb57 (in notice: 1956); LP8112.

    The Big Gangster, no. 1. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 28Oct54 (in notice:
      1953); LP4157.

    The Big Gangster, no. 2. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 4Nov54 (in notice: 1953);
      LP4156.

    The Big Gap. © 6Oct55 (in notice: 1954); LP5419.

    The Big Genius. © 15Dec55; LP6330.

    The Big Gift. © 24May56; LP6904.

    The Big Girl. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 1Apr54 (in notice: 1953); LP4269.

    The Big Glasses. © 20Oct55 (in notice: 1954): LP5422.

    Big Grandma. © Mark VII Productions, Inc.; 8Jan53 (in notice: 1952);
      LP4286.

    The Big Guilt. © Mark VII, Inc. (in notice: Mark VII, Ltd.); 5Nov53;
      LP4279.

    The Big Ham. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 28Jan54 (in notice: 1953); LP4275.

    The Big Handcuffs. © 27Dec56; LP8104.

    The Big Hands. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 21May53; LP4190.

    The Big Hat. © 10May56; LP6905.

    The Big Hate. © Mark VII Productions, Inc.; 12Feb53 (in notice:
      1952); LP4282.

    The Big Help. © 18Apr57 (in notice: 1956); LP8432.

    The Big Hit-Run Killer. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 18Mar54 (in notice: 1953);
      LP4221.

    The Big Housemaid. © 17May56; LP6903.

    The Big Impostor. © Mark VII Productions, Inc.; 4Dec52; LP4289.

    The Big In-Laws. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 19Nov53; LP4207.

    The Big Jump. © Mark VII Productions, Inc.; 11Sep52; LP4180.

    The Big Kid. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 30Sep54 (in notice: 1953); LP4162.

    The Big Kill. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 3Dec53; LP4264.

    The Big Lamp. © Mark VII Productions, Inc.; 19Jun52; LP4168.

    The Big Laugh. © 3Nov55 (in notice: 1954); LP5499.

    The Big Layout. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 16Apr53; LP4184.

    The Big Lease. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 14May53; LP4208.

    The Big Lesson. © 9May57 (in notice: 1956); LP8428.

    The Big Lie. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 15Oct53; LP4205.

    The Big Lift. © 22Sep55; LP5417.

    The Big Light. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 26Mar53 (in notice: 1952); LP4182.

    The Big Lilly. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 26Nov53; LP4276.

    The Big Limp. © 8Nov56; LP7656.

    The Big Little Jesus. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 24Dec53; LP4172.

    The Big Locker. © 1Dec55; LP5658.

    The Big Look. © 13Oct55; LP5415.

    The Big Lover. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 10Dec53; LP4211.

    The Big Make. © 23May57 (in notice: 1956); LP8429.

    The Big Manikin. © 24Jan57 (in notice: 1956); LP8118.

    The Big Market. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 4Jun53; LP4203.

    The Big Match. © 11Apr57 (in notice: 1956); LP8108.

    The Big Mattress. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 8Apr54 (in notice: 1953);
      LP4227.

    The Big Missing. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 7Oct54 (in notice: 1953); LP4163.

    The Big Missus. © 1Mar56; LP6907.

    The Big Moody. © Mark VII Productions, Inc.; 27Mar52; LP4158.

    Big Mother. © Mark VII Productions, Inc. 31Jan52; LP4323.

    The Big Mustache. © 14Apr55 (in notice: 1954); LP5420.

    The Big Net. © 6Jun57 (in notice: 1956); LP8426.

    The Big New Years. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 11Nov54 (in notice: 1953);
      LP4175.

    The Big No Rain. © 15Sep55; LP5424.

    The Big No Tooth. © 31Jan57 (in notice: 1956); LP8105.

    The Big Odd. © 22Nov56; LP7653.

    The Big Pair. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 16Sep54 (in notice: 1953); LP4165.

    The Big Parrot. © Mark VII Productions, Inc.; 13Mar52; LP4159.

    The Big Phone Call. © Mark VII Productions, Inc.; 5Jun52; LP4169.

    The Big Pill. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 8Oct54 (in notice: 1953); LP4222.

    The Big Pipe. © 1Sep55; LP5414.

    The Big Plant. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 29Apr54 (in notice: 1953); LP4226.

    The Big Poison. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 18Feb54 (in notice: 1953); LP4267.

    The Big Present. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 21Oct54 (in notice: 1953);
      LP4174.

    The Big Producer. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 26Aug54 (in notice: 1953);
      LP4230.

    The Big Pug. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 15Apr54 (in notice: 1953); LP4271.

    The Big Quack. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 25Feb54 (in notice: 1953); LP4209.

    The Big Ray. © Mark VII Productions, Inc.; 30Apr53 (in notice:
      1952); LP4199.

    The Big Revolt. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 10Sep53; LP4191.

    The Big Rose. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 26Feb53 (in notice: 1952); LP4212.

    The Big Run. © Mark VII Productions. Inc.; 12Mar53 (in notice:
      1952); LP4154.

    The Big Safe. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 29Jan53 (in notice: 1952); LP4187.

    The Big Saint. © 4Apr57 (in notice: 1956); LP8107.

    The Big Salvage. © 31May56; LP6906.

    The Big Search. © 29Nov56; LP7650.

    The Big September Man. © Mark VII Productions, Inc.; 8May52; LP4284.

    The Big Seventeen. © Mark VII Productions, Inc.; 6Nov52; LP4178.

    The Big Shakedown. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 19Feb53 (in notice: 1952);
      LP4324.

    The Big Shoplift. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 11Mar54 (in notice: 1953);
      LP4202.

    The Big Shot. © 24Nov55; LP5659.

    The Big Show. © Mark VII Productions, Inc.; 22Jan53 (in notice:
      1952); LP4181.

    The Big Skip. © 7Feb57 (in notice: 1956); LP8110.

    The Big Smoke. © 10Nov55 (in notice: 1954); LP5500.

    The Big Soldier. © 16May57 (in notice: 1956); LP8431.

    The Big Sophomore. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 1Oct53; LP4214.

    The Big Sorrow. © Mark VII Productions, Inc.; 25Sep52; LP4219.

    The Big Speech. © Mark VII Productions, Inc.; 28Feb52; LP4160.

    The Big Steal. © 17Jan57 (in notice: 1956); LP8117.

    The Big Switch. © 10Jan57 (in notice: 1956); LP8115.

    The Big Talk. © 13Dec56; LP7654.

    The Big Tattoo. © 14Nov56; LP7648.

    The Big Test. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 9Apr53; LP4201.

    The Big Thief. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 17Dec53; LP4274.

    The Big Threat. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 13May54 (in notice: 1953); LP4216.

    The Big Tie. © 14Mar57 (in notice: 1956); LP8425.

    The Big Trial. © Mark VII Productions, Inc.; 14Apr52; LP4283.

    The Big Trio. © Mark VII Productions, Inc.; 20Nov52; LP4179.

    The Big Truck. © 28Mar57 (in notice: 1956); LP8111.

    The Big Trunk. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 7Jan54 (in notice: 1953); LP4265.

    The Big Underground. © 17Feb55 (in notice: 1954); LP5421.

    The Big Waiter. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 2Apr53 (in notice: 1952); LP4185.

    The Big Want Ad. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 18Nov54 (in notice: 1953);
      LP4176.

    The Big Whiff. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 15Jan53 (in notice: 1952); LP4189.

    The Big White Rat. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 3Sep54 (in notice: 1953);
      LP4273.

    The Big Will. © Mark VII. Ltd.; 12Nov53; LP4278.

    The Big Winchester. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 4Mar54 (in notice: 1953);
      LP4277.

    The Big Yak. © 17Oct57; LP9465.

    The Big Youngster. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 14Jan54 (in notice: 1953);
      LP4272.

    22 Rifle for Christmas. © Mark VII, Ltd.; 18Dec52; LP4183.

  DRAGNET. Sherry TV. Approx. 27 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Sherry TV,
    Inc., unless otherwise indicated.

    The Big Accident. © 3Feb59 (in notice: 1958); LP13367.

    The Big Baby Face. © 23Jan58; LP12172.

    The Big Bad Count. © 17Apr58 (in notice: 1957); LP10939.

    The Big Beating. © 23Sep58; LP13362.

    The Big Bed. © 5Jun58 (in notice: 1957); LP11968.

    The Big Blank. © 21Nov57; LP11420.

    The Big Boot. © 13Feb58; LP12168.

    The Big Border. © 18Nov58; LP13352.

    The Big Cracker Box. © 22May58 (in notice: 1957); LP11970.

    The Big Dip. © 7Nov57; LP10222.

    The Big Doctor. © 20Jan59 (in notice: 1958); LP13351.

    The Big Doll. © 11Nov58 (in notice: 1957); LP13373.

    The Big Donation. © 30Dec58; LP13366.

    The Big Evans. © 24Apr58 (in notice: 1957); LP10940.

    The Big Excuse. © 27Feb58 (in notice: 1957); LP10933.

    The Big Eyes. © 15May58; LP10932.

    The Big Full Moon. © 26Dec57; LP11418.

    The Big Gent. © 27Mar58 (in notice: 1957); LP10936.

    Big Gone. © 28Apr55 (in notice: 1954); LP4663.

    The Big Green Monkey. © 9Dec58; LP13369.

    The Big Grifter. © 19Jun58 (in notice: 1957); LP10944.

    The Big Heel. © 21Apr55 (in notice: 1954); LP4666.

    The Big Hobby. © 13Mar58 (in notice: 1957); LP10935.

    The Big Holdup. © 17Mar59 (in notice: 1958); LP13360.

    The Big Honeymoon. © 8May58 (in notice: 1957); LP10942.

    The Big Hot Rod. © 2Dec58; LP13364.

    The Big Howard. © 24Oct57; LP11415.

    Big Human Bomb (The Human Bomb). © Mark VII Productions, Inc.;
      16Dec51; LP4364.

    The Big Hype. © 16Dec58; LP13361.

    The Big Irony. © 25Jun58 (in notice: 1957); LP12647.

    The Big Jade. © 2Jan58; LP12169.

    The Big Juke Box. © 4Nov58; LP13365.

    The Big Key. © 24Feb55 (in notice: 1954); LP4484.

    The Big Knot. © 6Mar58; LP12173.

    The Big License Plates. © 14Nov57; LP10223.

    The Big Lip. © 30Jan58; LP12167.

    The Big Little Boy. © 21Oct58; LP13349.

    The Big Love. © 5Dec57; LP11417.

    The Big Mail. © 10Feb59 (in notice: 1958); LP13363.

    The Big Mailman. © 3Mar55 (in notice: 1954); LP4482.

    The Big Malcolm. © 6Jan59 (in notice: 1958); LP13350.

    The Big Mama. © 15Mar56; LP6436.

    The Big Mask. © 31Mar55 (in notice: 1954); LP4660.

    Big Mug. © 26May55 (in notice: 1954); LP4788.

    The Big Nazi. © 24Nov58; LP13354.

    The Big No Suicide. © 1Mar56; LP6438.

    Big Note. © 5May55 (in notice: 1954); LP4662.

    Big Number. © 24Mar55 (in notice: 1954); LP4664.

    The Big Office. © 16Dec54; LP4420.

    The Big Organizer. © 13Mar58 (in notice: 1957); LP10934.

    The Big Oskar. © 14Oct58; LP13358.

    The Big Pack Rat. © 1May58 (in notice: 1957); LP10941.

    The Big Perfume Bottle. © 29May58 (in notice: 1957); LP11969.

    The Big Prescription. © 19Dec57; LP11419.

    The Big Red Wagon. © 12Dec57; LP11421.

    The Big Reminisce. © 29Dec55; LP6329.

    The Big Rescue. © 6Jan55 (in notice: 1954); LP4419.

    The Big Revision. © 22Mar56; LP6588.

    The Big Rip. © 20Feb58; LP12171.

    The Big Rod. © 30Dec54; LP4418.

    The Big Roll. © 17Feb59 (in notice: 1958); LP13353.

    The Big Ruling. © 19Jan56 (in notice: 1955); LP6325.

    The Big Rush. © 12Apr56; LP6585.

    The Big Ruthie. © 12Jun58 (in notice: 1957); LP10943.

    The Big Screen. © 27Jan55 (in notice: 1954); LP4416.

    The Big Set. © 2Feb56 (in notice: 1955); LP6327.

    The Big Setup. © 19Apr56; LP6586.

    The Big Shock. © 20Jan55 (in notice: 1954); LP4414.

    The Big Siege. © 8Mar56; LP6437.

    The Big Signet. © 27Jan59 (in notice: 1958); LP13357.

    The Big Sisters. © 12Jan56 (in notice: 1955); LP6324.

    The Big Slug. © 16Feb56 (in notice: 1955); LP6340.

    The Big Smart Girl. © 13Jan59 (in notice: 1958); LP13368.

    The Big Sour. © 3Mar59 (in notice: 1958); LP13355.

    The Big Star. © 7Oct58; LP13356.

    The Big Starlet. © 10Mar59 (in notice: 1958); LP13359.

    The Big Stubby. © 16Jan58; LP12170.

    Big Student. © 19May55 (in notice: 1954); LP4787.

    The Big Sucker. © 7Apr55 (in notice: 1954); LP4547.

    The Big Sweet Annie. © 30Sep58 (in notice: 1957); LP13371.

    The Big TV. © 3Feb55 (in notice: 1954); LP4483.

    Big Tar Baby. © 17Mar55 (in notice: 1954); LP4505.

    The Big Tease. © 28Nov57; LP11416.

    The Big Thirteen. © 24Feb59 (in notice: 1957); LP13372.

    The Big Tip. © 9Jan58 (in notice: 1957); LP10221.

    The Big Tomato Cans. © 31Oct57; LP10224.

    The Big Tour. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); LP6339.

    The Big Voice. © 28Oct58 (in notice: 1957); LP13370.

    The Big War. © 10Apr58 (in notice: 1957); LP10938.

    The Big Wardrobe. © 3Apr58 (in notice: 1957); LP10937.

    Big Watch. © 12May55 (in notice: 1954); LP4665.

    The Big Wish. © 3May56; LP6587.

  DRAGON AROUND. Walt Disney Productions. Released by RKO Radio
    Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Donald Duck Cartoon)
    Technicolor. © Walt Disney Productions; 26Feb54; LP4337.

  DRAGONFLY SQUADRON. Allied Artists Productions. Released by Monogram
    Pictures Corp. 83 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Monogram Pictures Corp.;
    27Dec53; LP3126.

  DRAGONS AND DAMSELS. SEE John Kieran’s Kaleidoscope, no. 22.

  DRAGON’S BLOOD. SEE Man Against Crime. Dec. 31, 1952.

  DRAGON’S GOLD. Wisberg Pollexfen Productions. Released by United
    Artists Corp. 72 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Wisberg Pollexfen
    Productions; 16Oct53; LP3517.

  DRAGOON WELLS MASSACRE. Lindsley Parsons Productions. Released by
    Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 88 min., sd., color, 35mm. Color by
    DeLuxe. © Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 3Apr57; LP8010.

  DRAGSTRIP GIRL. Golden State Productions. Released by American
    International Pictures. 69 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Golden State
    Productions; 23Mar57; LP8169.

  DRANGO. Earlmar Productions. Released by United Artists Corp. 96 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. © Earlmar Productions, Inc.; 1Jan57; LP8174.

  DRAWING A PORTRAIT. Eliot O’Hara. 10 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Eliot
    O’Hara; 9Jan57; MP8460.

  DREADFUL SUMMIT. SEE The Big Night.

  THE DREAM. SEE

    Alcoa Presents.

    Our Miss Brooks, no. 89.

    Screen Directors Playhouse.

  DREAM BOAT. Chevrolet Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 1
    min., sd., Eastman color, 35mm. © Chevrolet Division of General
    Motors Corp.; 12Jan59; MU6565.

  DREAMBOAT. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1952. 83 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on a story by John D. Weaver. © Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp.; 25Jul52; LP1910.

  DREAM DUST. (Sing and Be Happy Series) Universal Pictures Co., Inc.,
    1949. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    29Nov49; MP4995.

  DREAM ISLAND. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Universal International Color Parade) Technicolor. © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 5Sep55; LP5676.

  DREAM OF LOVE. March of Time, 1952. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Ballets
    de France, no. 17) © Time, Inc.; 9Sep52; MP2783.

  DREAM OF MURDER. SEE Inner Sanctum, no. 33.

  DREAM STUFF. Hecuba Corp. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Hecuba Corp.;
    11Nov54; LP4121.

  DREAM WALKING. SEE Gandy Goose in Dream Walking.

  DREAM WIFE. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 99 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Loew’s Incorporated; 6Mar53; LP2716.

  DREAMLAND CAPERS. (The Girl from Out of This World) Willis Kent. 76
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Harry Wald; 1Dec58; LP12654.

  DREAMS NEVER LIE. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue
    Productions, Inc.; 31Dec53; LP3400.

  DRESS FOR HEALTH. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 10 min., sd., color,
    16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 25Oct57; MP8693.

  A DRESS REVUE. SEE Sew Easy, no. 26.

  DRILLING FOR GIRLS IN TEXAS. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (Pacemaker) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 8Oct54; MP5197.

  DRILLING FOR OIL. Pat Dowling Pictures. 22 min., sd., color, 16mm.
    Eastman color. Appl. author: Thos. J. Stanton. © Pat Dowling
    Pictures; 1Jul57; MP8380.

  A DRINK OF WATER. Apex Film Corp., 1950. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Based on the radio script by Francis Hamilton Striker. © The Lone
    Ranger, Inc.; 26Oct50; LP727.

  DRINKING AND DRIVING. SEE Sergeant Bruce Reporting, no. 10.

  DRINKS ON THE MOUSE. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color,
    35mm. (Herman and Katnip Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    28Aug53; LP2908.

  DRIP-ALONG DAFFY. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1951. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Merrie Melodies Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 27Nov51 (in
    notice: 1950); MP1848.

  DRIPPY MISSISSIPPI. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Screen Song Series) © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    13Apr51; LP850.

  DRIVE A CROOKED ROAD. Columbia Pictures Corp. 9 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 30Mar54; LP3555.

  DRIVE DEFENSIVELY! Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 16Jun59;
    MP9767.

  DRIVE OUT COMPETITION. Buick Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 994 ft., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.;
    14Dec56; MU6240.

  DRIVE YOUR CARES AWAY. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by
    Campbell-Ewald Co. 140 sec. Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald Co.,
    employer for hire of Fred Lounsberry, author of script. ©
    Campbell-Ewald Co.; 28Feb58; MU6454.

  THE DRIVER AND THE LAW. SEE Sergeant Bruce Reporting, no. 13.

  DRIVER IRRITATIONS. SEE Sergeant Bruce Reporting, no. 9.

  DRIVER OR PEDESTRIAN? SEE Sergeant Bruce Reporting, no. 7.

  DRIVER’S LICENSE. SEE It’s a Great Life.

  DRIVING AN AUTOMATIC SHIFT CAR, I. Aetna Casualty and Surety Co. 21
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: Paul Bernard Cullen. © Aetna
    Casualty & Surety Co.; 15Dec56; MP8570.

  DRIVING IN HEAVY CITY TRAFFIC. Aetna Casualty and Surety Co. 9 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. (Drivotrainer Film, no. 14) Produced in cooperation
    with the Board of Education of the City of New York, Author, Paul B.
    Cullen. © The Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 24Feb53; MP3973.

  DRIVING IN LIGHT CITY TRAFFIC. Aetna Casualty and Surety Co. 6 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. (Drivotrainer Film, no. 13) Produced in cooperation
    with the Board of Education of the City of New York. Author, Paul B.
    Cullen. © The Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 24Feb53; MP3982.

  DRIVING ON HILLS. Aetna Casualty and Surety Co. 4 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. (Drivotrainer Film, no. 17) Produced in cooperation with the
    Board of Education of the City of New York. Author, Paul B. Cullen.
    © The Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.; 24Feb53; MP3969.

  DRIVING ON ONE-WAY STREETS. Aetna Casualty & Surety Co. 15 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: Richard J. O’Connor. © Aetna Casualty &
    Surety Co.; 1Jan58 (in notice: 1957); MP8709.

  DROOPY LEPRECHAUN. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 6 min.,
    sd., Technicolor, 35mm. (Droopy Cartoon) CinemaScope. Perspecta
    sound. © Loew’s, Inc.; 7Dec57; LP10700.

  DROOPY’S DOUBLE TROUBLE. Loew’s, 1951. An MGM cartoon. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Droopy Cartoon) © Loew’s Inc.; 28Sep51; LP1272.

  DROOPY’S GOOD DEED. Loew’s, 1951. An MGM cartoon. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Droopy Cartoon) © Loew’s Inc.; 15Mar51; LP794.

  DROP COIN HERE. SEE City Detective.

  DROP TO DRINK. SEE Wanted: Dead or Alive, no. 6312.

  DRUG ADDICTION. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1952. Produced in
    cooperation with the Juvenile Protective Association of Chicago and
    the Wieboldt Foundation. 22 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films Inc.; 15Jan52 (in notice: 1951); MP2169.

  A DRUG ON THE MARKET. SEE The Adventures of the Falcon.

  THE DRUGSTORE COWGIRL CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  THE DRUM. Brummer deForest Studios, 1952. 20 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Brummer deForest Studios, Inc.; 21Jul52; LP1848.

  DRUM BEAT. Jaguar Productions. Released by Warner Bros. Pictures. 111
    min., sd., color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Warnercolor. © Ladd
    Enterprises, Inc.; 13Nov54; LP5775.

  DRUM DANCE. Mettler Studios. 7 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Barbara
    Mettler Hammer; 15Oct57; MP8542.

  DRUMS ACROSS THE RIVER. Universal Pictures Co. 78 min., sd., color,
    35mm. A Universal International picture. Technicolor. © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 11May54; LP3684.

  DRUMS IN THE DEEP SOUTH. King Bros. Productions. Released by RKO Radio
    Pictures, 1951. 87 min., sd., color, 35mm. Based on the story by
    Hollister Noble. © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 7Oct51; LP1224.

  DRUMS OF DEATH. SEE Adventures of Superman.

  DRUMS OF FAR ISLAND. SEE Soldiers of Fortune.

  DRUMS OF TAHITI. Columbia Pictures Corp. 8 reels, sd., color, 35mm. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Dec53; LP3231.

  DRY CHARGE. Delco Battery. 1 min. Appl. author: Robert R. Sawyer. ©
    Campbell-Ewald Co.; 21Jul55; MU5926.

  THE DRY CREEK CASE. SEE The Adventures of Kit Carson.

  DRY GULCH AT DEVIL’S ELBOW. Flying A Pictures, 1953. 3 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Flying A Pictures, Inc.; 16Mar53; LP2406.

  A DRY SCALP IS BETTER THAN NONE. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 61.

  DRYER. Duquesne Light Co. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 90 sec.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 23Feb54; MU5622.

  DRYER. Duquesne Light Co. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 20 sec.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 23Feb54; MU5626.

  DUAL CONTROL. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  THE DUCHESS OF DENVER. SEE The Texan, no. 20.

  DUCHESS OF IDAHO. Loew’s, 1950. An MGM picture. 98 min., sd., color,
    35mm. © Loew’s, Inc.; 13Jun50; LP195.

  [DUCHESS SALAD DRESSING ADVERTISING FILMS] All-Scope Pictures for
    Table Products Co., 1950. 654 ft., sd., color, 35mm. © Table
    Products Co.; 4Jun50; MP463.

  DUCK AMUCK. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Merrie Melodies Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 2Mar53 (in notice:
    1951); MP3316.

  DUCK AMUCK. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Merrie
    Melodies Cartoon) Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 15Nov53 (in
    notice: 1951); MP5329.

  THE DUCK DOCTOR. Loew’s, 1952. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Tom and
    Jerry Cartoon) A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer cartoon. © Loew’s Incorporated;
    10Jan52; LP1443.

  DUCK DODGERS IN THE 24TH 1/2 CENTURY. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. (Merrie Melodies Cartoon) Technicolor. © The
    Vitaphone Corp.; 4Aug53 (in notice: 1952); MP3754.

  DUCK FEVER. SEE Terry Bears in Duck Fever.

  DUCK! RABBIT, DUCK! Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Merrie Melodies Cartoon) Technicolor. Appl. title: Duck! Rabbitt,
    Duck! © Vitaphone Corp.; 1Nov54 (in notice: 1952); MP5244.

  DUCKING THE DEVIL. Warner Bros. Pictures. 7 min., sd., Technicolor,
    35mm. (Merrie Melodies; Daffy Duck) © Vitaphone Corp.; 17Aug57;
    MP9133.

  THE DUCKSTERS. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1950. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Merrie Melodies Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 6Oct50 (in notice:
    1949); MP582.

  DUDE DUCK. Walt Disney Productions, 1950. Distributed by RKO Radio
    Pictures. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Donald Duck Cartoon) © Walt
    Disney Productions; 24May50; LP1086.

  DUDE RANCH. SEE Adventure Out of Doors, no. 7.

  DUDE RANCH SPORTS. Columbia Pictures Corp. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (World of Sports) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 23Jul53; MP3920.

  THE DUDE STAGECOACH. SEE Annie Oakley.

  DUDE’S DECISION. SEE Annie Oakley.

  DUDE’S FOLLY. SEE Bat Masterson.

  THE DUEL. SEE

    The Californians, no. 21A.

    The Count of Monte Cristo.

    Studio 57.

  DUEL AT APACHE WELLS. Republic Pictures Corp. 7 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Naturama. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 9Jan57; LP8456.

  DUEL AT FLORENCE. SEE Have Gun - Will Travel.

  DUEL AT LOCKWOOD. SEE Restless Gun.

  THE DUEL AT SILVER CREEK. Universal, 1952. 8 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 12Jun52; LP1769.

  DUEL AT THE O. K. CORRAL. E. I. du Pont de Nemours. Made by Jack
    Chertok Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. (The Cavalcade of
    America) Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, employer for hire.
    © E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co.; 9Mar54 (in notice: 1953); LP3617.

  DUEL AT THE OAKS. SEE Yancy Derringer.

  DUEL IN THE DEEP. Field & Stream. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl.
    author: Field & Stream Pub. Co. © Henry Holt & Co., Inc.; 21Jul56
    (in notice: 1954); MP7645.

  DUEL IN THE JUNGLE. Moulin Productions. Released by Warner Bros.
    Pictures. 102 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. Based on an
    original story by S. K. Kennedy. © Moulin Productions, Inc.;
    21Aug54; LP5340.

  DUEL OF HONOR. SEE The Rifleman, no. 6213.

  DUEL ON THE MISSISSIPPI. Clover Productions. Released by Columbia
    Pictures Corp. 8 reels, sd., color, 35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.;
    15Aug55; LP5219.

  DUELING STORY. SEE Pride of the Family.

  DUFFY OF SAN QUENTIN. Warner Bros. Pictures. 78 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on the book The San Quentin Story, by Clinton T. Duffy and
    Dean Jennings. © Warduff, Inc.; 18Mar54; LP4545.

  DUFFY’S MAN. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 168.

  DUFFY’S TAVERN. Hal Roach Studios. 3 reels each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Hal
    Roach Studios.

    A Date for Miss Duffy. © 20Jan54 (in notice: 1953); LP4488.

    Grand Opening. © 6Jan54 (in notice: 1953); LP4487.

  THE DUKE. SEE

    The D. A.’s Man.

    The Ethel Barrymore Theater.

  DULCIMER STREET. Independent Producers, London, 1948. Released in the
    U. S. by Universal Pictures Co. 112 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on
    the novel of the same title by Norman Collins. © Independent
    Producers, Ltd.; 8Feb48; LP1095.

  DULL KNIFE STRIKES FOR FREEDOM. SEE The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp,
    69.

  DUMBEST MAN IN THE ARMY. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  DUMBO. SEE Disneyland. 1955-1956, no. 1.

  THE DUNGEON. SEE Playhouse 90.

  DUNKED IN THE DEEP. (All Star Comedy) Columbia Pictures Corp., 1949. 2
    reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 3Nov49; LP2781.

  DUNKIRK. Ealing Films, London. Released in the U. S. by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 115 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel
    The Big Pick-Up, by Elleston Trevor, and on Dunkirk, by Ewan Butler
    and J. S. Bradford. © Ealing Films, Ltd.; 8Jul58; LP11546.

  THE DUNN CASE. SEE The Line-Up, no. 1.

  DU PONT CAVALCADE THEATRE. SEE Cavalcade of America.

  THE DU PONT STORY. Apex Film Corp., 1950. 88 min., sd., color, 16mm. ©
    Apex Film Corp.; 15Dec50; LP1061.

  DU PONT THEATER. Hawthorne Productions. Approx. 29 min. each, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Hawthorne Productions, Inc. unless otherwise indicated.

    Are Trees People? © 5Feb57 (in notice: 1956); LP12009.

    Blessed Midnight. © 18Dec56; LP12006.

    Chicago 2-1-2. © Chicago Films, Inc.; 30Apr57; LP12021.

    Dan Marshall’s Brat. © 19Mar57; LP12017.

    Date with a Stranger. © 30Oct56; LP12008.

    Decision for a Hero. © 12Feb57; LP12019.

    Dowry for Ilona. © 22Jan57; LP12020.

    The Frightened Witness. © 19Feb57; LP12014.

    House of Empty Rooms. © 8Jan57 (in notice: 1956); LP12013.

    The Innocent Bystander. © 13Nov56; LP12011.

    The Last Signer. © 2Apr57; LP12018.

    Man Who Asked No Favors. © 5Mar57; LP12015.

    Once a Hero. © 11Dec56; LP12010.

    Pursuit of a Princess. © 4Dec56; LP12007.

    The Widow Was Willing. © 26Mar57; LP12016.

    Woman’s Work. © 20Nov56; LP12012.

  THE DURANGO KID. Lone Ranger, Inc., 1953. Made by Jack Chertok
    Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George W. Trendle.
    Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, Inc., employer for hire. ©
    The Lone Ranger, Inc.; 16Apr53 (in notice: 1952); LP2684.

  DUST EATERS. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Universal International Color Parade) © Universal Pictures Co.,
    Inc.; 28Feb55; MP5704.

  DUST OF DESTRUCTION. SEE Sky King.

  DUST OFF YOUR GOGGLES. Monroe Auto Equipment Co. Made by Video Films.
    17 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. Appl. author: William R.
    Witherell, Jr. © Video Films; 22Nov57; MU6413.

  DUST OR DESTINY. The Moody Bible Institute, 1949. 18 min., sd., color,
    35mm. © The Moody Bible Institute; 20Sep49; MP19. Pub. in Toronto,
    15Dec49.

  DUST OR DESTINY. Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. Made by Moody
    Institute of Science. 28 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Sermons from
    Science) A television adaptation of the motion picture of the same
    title. © Moody Bible Institute of Chicago; 2Jun56; MP7250.

  DUSTCAP DOORMAT. SEE John Doormat in Dustcap Doormat.

  THE DUSTY DOLL. Lindsley Parsons Productions, 1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Lindsley Parsons Productions, Inc.; 7Nov52; LP2044.

  DUTCH GEORGE. SEE Gunsmoke.

  THE DUTCH GUNMAKER. SEE Annie Oakley.

  DUTCH OVEN COOKING. Boy Scouts of America, 1950. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. (Exploring Trail Skills Series) © Boy Scouts of America;
    15Jul50; LP288.

  DUTCH TREAT. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Casper Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 20Apr56; LP6348.

  DUTCH TREAT IN SPORTS. Vitaphone Corp., 1952. 10 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Sports Parade) A Warner Bros. short subject. © The Vitaphone
    Corp.; 26Feb52 (in notice: 1951); MP2091.

  DUTCH TREATMENT. SEE The Gale Storm Show.

  THE DYING PAST. SEE The Man Behind The Badge.

  DYING TO LIVE. SEE Mr. and Mrs. North, no. 24.

  DYNAMIC CAREERS THROUGH AGRICULTURE. Chas. Pfizer & Co. Made by Star
    Informational Films. 28 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Chas. Pfizer & Co.,
    Inc.; 20Jan59 (in notice: 1958); MP9491.

  THE DYNAMIC SOUTHEAST. Seaboard Air Line Railroad Co. Made by Dudley
    Pictures Corp. 20 min., sd., color, 16mm. Eastman color. © Seaboard
    Air Line Railroad Co.; 1Jul57; MP8320.

  DYNAMITE. SEE Gene Autry Series, no. 88.

  DYNAMITE PASS. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., 1950. 61 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 17Mar50; LP2971.


                                   E

  “E” FOR EFFICIENCY. Jam Handy Organization for the Chevrolet Motor
    Division, General Motors Corp. © 1950. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 4Dec50; MU5256.

  EAGER MAN. SEE Wanted: Dead or Alive, no. 6356.

  THE EAGER MINDS. RKO-Pathe. 28 min., sd., color, 16mm. Eastman color.
    © Light’s Diamond Jubilee Committee; 6Aug54; LP4106.

  THE EAGLE AND THE HAWK. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1950. 104 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. Based on Jesse Arnold’s story “A Mission for General
    Houston.” © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 30May50; LP142.

  THE EAGLE LEAVES THE NEST. SEE Zorro, no. 37.

  THE EAGLE’S BROOD. SEE Zorro, no. 27.

  EARLY AMERICAN CIVILIZATIONS: MAYAN, AZTEC, INCAN. Coronet
    Instructional Films. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet
    Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 1Mar57; MP8312.

  EARLY DAYS. SEE Air Power, no. 2.

  EARLY HUMAN FETAL ACTIVITY. Ladd Laboratory of the Department of
    Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh, 1952. 9 min.,
    si., b&w, 16mm. © Davenport Hooker; 22Jan52; MP2144.

  EARLY MORNING. Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp. [1952]
    Produced by Jam Handy Organization. 75 ft., color, 35mm. © Chevrolet
    Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 25Apr52; MU5437.

  EARLY TO BET. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1951. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Merrie Melodies Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 19Jun51 (in notice:
    1950); MP1337.

  THE EARLY WORM GETS THE BIRD. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Blue Ribbon Cartoon) Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.;
    15Nov38; MP5334.

  EARNING MONEY WHILE GOING TO SCHOOL. Coronet, 1950. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © David A. Smart; 3Feb50; MP194.

  THE EARRING. SEE General Electric Theatre.

  THE EARS AND HEARING. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc., 1950. 1
    reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc.; 20Jan50
    (in notice: 1949); MP5034.

  THE EARTH AND WHAT IT GROWS: NORTHWESTERN MEXICO. World Neighbor
    Films, 1951. 11 min., sd., color, 16mm. © World Neighbor Films;
    1Jul51; MP1639.

  EARTH-MOVER. No. DF-8-90. Delco Battery. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co. 90
    sec. Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald Co., employer for hire of
    Frederick L. Lounsberry, author of script. © Campbell-Ewald Co.;
    19Aug57; MU6379.

  EARTH SATELLITES - EXPLORERS OF OUTER SPACE. Encyclopaedia Britannica
    Films. 17 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    Inc.; 31Dec58; MP9637.

  EARTH VS. THE FLYING SAUCERS. Columbia Pictures Corp. 9 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Suggested by Flying Saucers from Outer Space, by Donald
    E. Keyhoe. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 27Jun56; LP6612.

  EARTHQUAKE. SEE

    The Damon Runyon Theatre, no. 20.

    Fury.

  THE EARTH’S SKIN. SEE John Kieran’s Kaleidoscope, no. 24.

  EARTHWORMS. Pat Dowling Pictures. 11 min., sd., color, 16mm. Eastman
    color. Appl. author: Thomas J. Stanton. © Pat Dowling Pictures;
    1Jul57; MP8379.

  EARTHWORMS. United World Films, 1948. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (Zoology Series) Appl. title: Earthworm. © United World Films, Inc.;
    1Mar48 (in notice: 1947); MP3048.

  AN EAST INDIAN ISLAND. Andre De La Varre. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. A
    Screen Traveler picture. © Andre De La Varre; 15Jun38; MP5394.

  EAST IS EAST. Warner Bros. Pictures. 17 min., sd., color, 35mm. A
    Warner Bros. short subject. WarnerColor. © Warner Bros. Pictures,
    Inc.; 8Sep56; MP8623.

  EAST OF ALGIERS. SEE Combat Sergeant.

  EAST OF EDEN. Warner Bros. Pictures. 115 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    CinemaScope. Warnercolor; print by Technicolor. Based on the book by
    John Steinbeck. © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 9Apr55 (in notice:
    1954); LP6473.

  EAST OF NOWHERE. SEE Celebrity Playhouse, no. 24.

  EAST OF SUMATRA. Universal Pictures Co. 9 reels, sd., color, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. Technicolor. © Universal Pictures
    Co., Inc.; 8May53; LP3257.

  EAST OF THE MOON. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  EAST SIDE STORY. SEE The Ann Sothern Show, no. 14.

  EAST SIDE, WEST SIDE. Loew’s Inc., 1940. An MGM picture. 108 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on Marcia Davenport’s novel of the same title.
    © Loew’s Inc.; 7Dec49; LP2736.

  EASTER. SEE How Does Your Garden Grow, no. 7.

  EASTER BUNNY. Robert Hall Clothes. Made by Pelican Films. 8 sec., b&w,
    16mm. Appl. author: Jack Wilcher. © Robert Hall Clothes; 20May59;
    MU6683.

  THE EASTER SEASON. Coronet, 1952. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © David A.
    Smart; 1Feb52; MP2186.

  AN EASTER SURPRISE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 6 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.;
    6Nov53; MP4330.

  THE EASTER VIGIL. SEE Look Up and Live.

  THE EASTERN WILD TURKEY IN PENNSYLVANIA. SEE The Eastern Wild Turkey:
    Its Life History and Management in Pennsylvania.

  THE EASTERN WILD TURKEY: ITS LIFE HISTORY AND MANAGEMENT IN
    PENNSYLVANIA. (The Eastern Wild Turkey in Pennsylvania) Pennsylvania
    Game Commission. 33 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Pennsylvania Game
    Commission; 6Apr57; MP8778.

  THE EASTERNER. SEE The Texan, no. 18.

  EASTON, TEXAS. SEE Trackdown, no. 8201.

  EASY AS A. B. C. Jam Handy Organization for the Fram Corp. © 1951.
    1762 ft., b&w, 35mm. © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 8Mar51;
    MU5285.

  THE EASY CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  EASY CHAIR. Pabst Brewing Co. Made by Warwick & Legler. 50 sec., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Pabst Brewing Co.; 9Jun54; MP4881.

  THE EASY CHAIR. SEE It’s a Great Life.

  EASY DOES IT. Jam Handy Organization for the Chevrolet Division,
    General Motors Corp. © 1950. 1 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Jam Handy
    Organization, Inc.; 6Nov50; MU5193.

  EASY ERRANDS. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 75 ft., sd., color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Chevrolet
    Motor Division of General Motors Corp.; 12Jun57; MU6331.

  EASY-GOING MAN. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  EASY OUT? United States Navy. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 2,079
    ft., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 15Nov54; MU5797.

  EASY PECKIN’S. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Looney Tune Cartoon) Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 1Nov54 (in
    notice: 1952); MP5247.

  EASY TO LOVE. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 96 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. Technicolor. © Loew’s Incorporated; 10Nov53; LP3861.

  EAT FOR HEALTH. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.;
    30Sep54; MP5918.

  EATING CONTEST. SEE You’ll Never Get Rich.

  ECHO. SEE Alcoa Presents One Step Beyond.

  ECHO OF LAUGHTER. SEE Richard Diamond, Private Detective, no. 6827.

  ECHO OF THE PAST. Lewman, Ltd., and Revue Productions. Approx. 27
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Lewman, Ltd., & Revue Productions, Inc.;
    4Feb56; LP7116.

  ECHOES. SEE Science Pictures, no. 8.

  ECHOES OF HAWAII. Hawaii’s Telefilm Production. 30 min. © Jose Cepeda
    Guevara; 6Dec54; LU3091.

  ECLIPSE DE SOL. Estudios San Miguel, Argentina. Released in the U. S.
    by Importadora. 87 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the theatrical
    work of the same title by Enrique Garcia Velloso. © Importadora,
    Inc.; 15Jul45; LP10843.

  ECON-O-CHECK. National Bank of Detroit. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co. 20
    sec. Appl. author: Robert S. McTyre. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 28Nov56;
    MU6216.

  ECONOMY. SEE Topper, no. T121.

  THE ED CHURCH CASE. SEE Richard Diamond. Private Detective, no. 8610.

  ED MURDOCK. SEE The Millionaire.

  THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW. Columbia Broadcasting System. 60 min. each, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.

    Dec. 7, 1958. Alaska Story. © 6Dec58; LP14419.

  ED WYNN SHOW. SEE December Bride, no. 119.

  LA EDAD DEL AMOR. Argentina Sono Film, Argentina. Released by
    Clasa-Mohme; in the U. S. by Importadora. 91 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Importadora, Inc.; 1Feb54; LP10872.

  THE EDDIE CANTOR STORY. Warner Bros. Pictures. 116 min., sd., color,
    35mm. Technicolor. © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 3Feb55 (in notice:
    1953); LP4396.

  EDDIE CONDON’S. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Cavalcade of Broadway) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 29Nov51; MP1949.

  EDDIE HOWARD & HIS ORCHESTRA. Universal Pictures Co. 2 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. A Universal International picture. © Universal Pictures
    Co., Inc.; 17Aug55; MP6417.

  EDDIE PEABODY AND SONNY BURKE’S ORCHESTRA. Universal International,
    1951. 15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    28May51; LP975.

  THE EDDY DUCHIN STORY. Columbia Pictures Corp. 15 reels, sd., color,
    35mm. CinemaScope. Technicolor. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 27Jun56;
    LP6625.

  EDEMA IN CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE. G. D. Searle Laboratories. Made by
    Jam Handy Organization. 20 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Jam
    Handy Organization, Inc.; 29Aug57; MU6388.

  EDGAR ALLAN POE: BACKGROUND FOR HIS WORKS. Coronet Instructional
    Films. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a
    division of Esquire, Inc.; 2Sep58; MP9408.

  EDGAR BERGEN SHOW. SEE December Bride.

  THE EDGE OF BATTLE. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  EDGE OF DISASTER. SEE The Line-Up.

  EDGE OF DOOM. Samuel Goldwyn Productions. Released by RKO Radio
    Pictures, 1950. 99 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel of the
    same title by Leo Brady. © Samuel Goldwyn Productions, Inc.; 3Aug50;
    LP416.

  EDGE OF FURY. United Artists Corp. 70 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on
    the novel Wisteria Cottage, by Robert M. Coates. © United Artists
    Corp.; 7May58 (in notice: 1956); LP11007.

  EDGE OF HELL. Universal Pictures Co. 78 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    13Jun54; LP7256.

  EDGE OF THE CITY. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 85 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Perspecta sound. © Loew’s Incorporated; 26Dec56;
    LP7542.

  EDGE OF THE CLIFF. SEE The Texan, no. 10.

  EDGE OF THE LAW. SEE Your All Star Theatre, no. 6.

  EDITH GREEN’S COOKING TIPS: ARTICHOKES. S. O. S. Co. 75 sec., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: McCann-Erickson, Inc. © S. O. S. Co.;
    26Apr54; MP5534.

  EDITH GREEN’S COOKING TIPS: CAULIFLOWER. S. O. S. Co. 75 sec., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: McCann-Erickson, Inc. © S. O. S. Co.;
    19Apr54; MP5532.

  EDITH GREEN’S COOKING TIPS: CREAM SAUCE. S. O. S. Co. 75 sec., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: McCann-Erickson, Inc. © S. O. S. Co.;
    21May54 (in notice: 1953); MP5531.

  EDUCATION. SEE Renaissance on TV, no. 13.

  EDUCATION IN AMERICA: THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. Coronet Instructional
    Films. 16 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a
    division of Esquire, Inc.; 15Apr58; MP9108.

  EDUCATION IN AMERICA: THE SEVENTEENTH AND EIGHTEENTH CENTURY. Coronet
    Instructional Films. 16 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet
    Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 9Apr58; MP9104.

  EDUCATION IN AMERICA: TWENTIETH CENTURY DEVELOPMENTS. Coronet
    Instructional Films. 16 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet
    Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 15Apr58; MP9106.

  THE EDUCATION OF CORPORAL RUSTY. SEE Adventures of Rin-Tin-Tin, no. 6.

  EDWARD ARNOLD PRESENTS TURTLE WAX AUTO POLISH. SEE The Edward Arnold
    Story: Edward Arnold Presents Turtle Wax Auto Polish.

  THE EDWARD ARNOLD STORY: EDWARD ARNOLD PRESENTS TURTLE WAX AUTO
    POLISH. Plastone Co. Made by Douglas Productions. 15 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Plastone Co., Inc.; 27May53; MP3808.

  EDWARD EDWARDS. SEE Wanted.

  THE EFFECT OF HYALURONIDASE AND STEROIDS ON THE GROUND SUBSTANCE.
    Joseph Seifter. © 1950. 800 ft. © Joseph Seifter; 6Dec50; MU5261.

  EFFECTIVE CRITICISM. Coronet. 1951. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © David
    A. Smart; 23Apr51; MP1190.

  EFFECTIVE LEARNING IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. McGraw-Hill Book Co. 20 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. (Planning for Teaching) Photographed with the
    cooperation of the public schools of Great Neck, N. Y. Correlated
    with the book Planning for Teaching, by Robert W. Richey. ©
    McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 13Mar56; MP7013.

  EFFECTIVE PHARMACEUTICAL DETAILING. Medical Film Guild. © 1951. 47
    min., sd., color, 16mm. © Medical Film Guild, Ltd.; 10Oct51; MU5346.

  THE EFFICIENCY EXPERT. SEE Private Secretary.

  THE EGG. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 64.

  THE EGG AND JERRY. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 8 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. (Tom and Jerry Cartoon) CinemaScope. Technicolor.
    © Loew’s Incorporated; 15Jan56; LP6507.

  THE EGG AND RAY. SEE Meet Mr. McNutley.

  THE EGG CODE. SEE Whirlybirds, no. 17.

  AN EGG SCRAMBLE. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1950. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Merrie Melodies Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 4Nov50 (in
    notice: 1949); MP742.

  THE EGG-CITED ROOSTER. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1952. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Merrie Melodies Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 6Nov52
    (in notice: 1951); MP2941.

  EGMONT, and KIDNAP IN THE HAREM. Variety Film Distributors.
    Distributed by United Artists, 1950. 12 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Amerigo Benefico; 3Jul50; MP445.

  EGOMANIAC. SEE Big Town, no. 123.

  THE EGRET. SEE Lassie.

  EGYPT. Dudley Pictures Corp. Released by Republic Pictures Corp.,
    1951. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (This World of Ours) © Dudley
    Pictures Corp.; 11Dec51; MP1948.

  EGYPT AND ISRAEL. SEE Egypt-Israel.

  EGYPT AND THE NILE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 16 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films; 3Jun54;
    MP5891.

  EGYPT BY THREE. Tales of Cairo. Released by Filmakers Releasing
    Organization. 76 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Tales of Cairo, Inc.;
    26Aug53; LP5425.

  EGYPT-ISRAEL (EGYPT AND ISRAEL) Jefferson Productions. Released by
    McGraw-Hill Book Co. 91 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. From the CBS
    television program See It Now, telecast March 13, 1956. © Jefferson
    Productions, Inc.; 13Mar56; MP7601.

  EGYPT SPEAKS. Loew’s, 1951. An MGM picture. 8 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (James A. FitzPatrick’s People on Parade) © Loew’s Inc.; 2Jan51 (in
    notice: 1950); LP660.

  THE EGYPTIAN. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 140 min., sd., color,
    35mm. CinemaScope. Based on the novel of the same title by Mika
    Waltari. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 25Aug54; LP4070.

  8 BALL BUNNY. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1950. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Bugs Bunny Special Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 15Jul50 (in
    notice: 1949); MP430.

  EIGHT CENT REWARD. SEE Wanted; Dead or Alive, no. 6344.

  EIGHT HOURS TO DIE. SEE The Rifleman, no. 6219.

  800 LEAGUES DOWN THE AMAZON. (The Raft) Producciones Corsa, Mexico.
    109 min., sd., color, 35mm. © Producciones Corsa, S.A.; 7May59;
    LP13597.

  EIGHT INFANTS: TENSION MANIFESTATIONS IN RESPONSE TO PROLONGED
    STIMULATION. Menninger Foundation, 1951. 28 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    The Menninger Foundation; 15Feb51; MP1117.

  EIGHT IRON MEN. Stanley Kramer Co. Released by Columbia Pictures
    Corp., 1952. 80 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the play “A Sound of
    Hunting,” by Harry Brown. © The Stanley Kramer Co., Inc.; 18Aug52;
    LP1864.

  EIGHT WITNESSES. Princess Pictures. 7 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Princess Pictures, Inc.; 28Jan54; LP3737.

  EIGHTEEN AND ANXIOUS. AB-PT Pictures Corp. Released by Republic
    Pictures Corp. 93 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © AB-PT Pictures Corp.;
    7Nov57; LP9722.

  1812 OVERTURE. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 11 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Music To Remember Series) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Oct50;
    MP1409.

  THE EIGHTEEN YEAR OLD NOVELIST. SEE George Burns Show, no. 5.

  AN EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY GARLAND. SEE Flower Arrangements of
    Williamsburg.

  THE 8TH ANNUAL DARLINGTON SOUTHERN 500. SEE Speedway International.

  EL ALAMEIN. Columbia Pictures Corp. 67 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Dec53; LP3080.

  EL CAMINO SPOTLIGHT. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Campbell-Ewald
    Co. 120 sec. Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald Co., employer for hire of
    R. S. McTyre, author of script. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 14Nov58;
    MU6519.

  EL CAMINO! STAR Of THE ROAD! Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam
    Handy Organization. 1 min., sd., Eastman color, 35mm. © Chevrolet
    Motor Division of General Motors Corp.; 19Jan59; MU6587.

  ELEANOR’S ROMANCE. SEE Those Whiting Girls, no. 23.

  ELECTIVE RHINOPLASTY. Schering Corp. 28 min., sd., color, 16mm. ©
    Schering Corp.; 8Oct59; MU6804.

  THE ELECTRIC EEL. Moody Institute of Science of the Moody Bible
    Institute. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Moody Institute of Science;
    1Dec54; MP6684.

  THE ELECTRIC EEL. SEE Experience with an Eel.

  ELECTRIC PRODUCTS, INC. Harvard Graduate School of Business
    Administration. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: George W.
    Gibson. © President & Fellows of Harvard College; 1Jul58; MP9137.

  ELECTRICITY ALL ABOUT US. (Exploring Science) Coronet Instructional
    Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a
    division of Esquire, Inc.; 4Jun58; MP9271.

  ELECTRICITY: HOW TO MAKE A CIRCUIT. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11
    min., sd., color, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.;
    19May59; MP9764.

  ELECTRIFIED MAN. SEE Jet Jackson, The Flying Commando, no. 15.

  THE ELECTROCOLORSET. Proctor & Schwartz. 309 ft., color, 16mm.
    Kodachrome. Appl. author: Parke L. Schaffer. © Proctor & Schwartz,
    Inc.; 20May55; MU5882.

  THE ELECTRONIC KILLER. SEE Jet Jackson, The Flying Commando, no. 2.

  ELECTRONICS FOR ACCOUNTING AND BUSINESS. Arthur Andersen & Co. 34
    min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Arthur Andersen & Co.;
    24Aug54; MP5185.

  ELECTROSTATICS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1950. 1 reel, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc.; 8Jun50; MP239.

  THE ELEGANT EIGHTIES. SEE This Is Your Music.

  ELEKTA FILM SLAVIA. SEE

    My Ecstasy.

    My Life.

  ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CHILDREN, PT. 1: EACH CHILD IS DIFFERENT.
    McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by Herbert Kerkow, Inc. 17 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. (Elementary School Teacher Education Series) Produced with the
    cooperation of the State Teachers College and schools at Danbury,
    Conn. Correlated with “Elementary-School Student Teaching,” by
    Schorling and Wingo. Appl. title: Each Child Is Different. ©
    McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 21Dec53; MP5093.

  ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CHILDREN, PT. 2: DISCOVERING INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES.
    McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by Herbert Kerkow, Inc. 25 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. (Elementary School Teacher Education Series) Produced with the
    cooperation of the State Teachers College and schools at Danbury,
    Conn. Correlated with “Elementary-School Student Teaching,” by
    Schorling and Wingo. Appl. title: Discovering Individual
    Differences. © McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 21Dec53; MP5094.

  ELEMENTARY-SCHOOL STUDENT TEACHING. SEE

    A Curriculum Based on Child Development.

    Developmental Characteristics in Pre-adolescents.

    Elementary School Children, pt. 1: Each Child Is Different.

    Elementary School Children, pt. 2: Discovering Individual
      Differences.

    Making Learning More Meaningful.

  THE ELEMENTARY TEACHER: BEGINNING STUDENT TEACHING. Audio Visual
    Center, Indiana University. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Indiana
    University; 12May53; MP3704.

  ELEMENTS OF DESIGN: COMPOSITION. Lewis Jacobs. Released by Young
    America Films, 1950. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Lewis Jacobs; 1Nov50;
    MP694.

  ELEMENTS OF DESIGN: LIGHT AND SHADE. Lewis Jacobs. Released by Young
    America Films, 1950. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Lewis Jacobs; 1Oct50;
    MP621.

  ELEMENTS OF DESIGN: SHAPE. Lewis Jacobs. Released by Young America
    Films, 1950. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Lewis Jacobs; 1Oct50; MP622.

  THE ELEPHANT. SEE Lassie.

  ELEPHANT BABY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd., color,
    16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 31Dec58; MP9639.

  THE ELEPHANT GUN. SEE Soldiers of Fortune.

  ELEPHANT MOUSE. SEE Half Pint in the Elephant Mouse.

  AN ELEPHANT SITS ON GRACIE’S FENDER. SEE The George Burns and Gracie
    Allen Show, no. 79.

  ELEPHANT STAMPEDE. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1951. 71 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 28Oct51; LP1260.

  ELEPHANT STEW. SEE Tom Terrific.

  ELEPHANT WALK. Paramount Pictures Corp. 103 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Technicolor. Based on the novel of the same title by Robert Standish
    [pseud. of Digby George Gerahty] © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 1Jun54
    (in notice: 1953); LP3991.

  ELEPHANTS IN AFRICA. SEE The African Lion.

  THE ELEVATOR. SEE Jane Wyman Theatre.

  ELEVEN ANGRY WOMEN. SEE The Bob Cummings Show, no. 79.

  1104 SUTTON ROAD. Champion Paper and Fibre Co. Made by Wilding Picture
    Productions. 31 min., sd., Technicolor, 16mm. © Champion Paper and
    Fibre Co.; 31Dec57; LP10280.

  11,000 MINERS CAN’T BE WRONG. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 339.

  THE ELF WHO COULDN’T BE BAD. SEE Bobo the Hobo and His Traveling
    Troupe in The Elf Who Couldn’t Be Bad.

  ELFEGO BACA. SEE Telephone Time.

  THE ELGART TOUCH. Universal Pictures Co. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    6Jul57; LP9149.

  ELI WHITNEY. Emerson Film Corp. Released by Encyclopaedia Britannica
    Films, 1951. 17 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Famous Men and Women of the
    World) © Emerson Film Corp.; 10Aug51; MP1740.

  ELI WHITNEY INVENTS THE COTTON GIN. SEE You Are There.

  ELIJAH AND THE PROPHETS OF BAAL. Moody Bible Institute. Made by Moody
    Institute of Science. 13 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Moody Bible
    Institute of Chicago; 30Jul56; MP8089.

  THE ELIMINATOR. SEE Big Town, no. 49.

  ELISHA AND THE SYRIAN ARMY. Moody Bible Institute. Made by Moody
    Institute of Science. 13 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Moody Bible
    Institute of Chicago; 8Feb57; MP8087.

  L’ELIXIR DU PERE GAUCHER. SEE Les Lettres de Mon Moulin.

  THE ELIXIR OF MARTHY. SEE American Wit and Humor, no. 1.

  ELLA, LUCIFER Y YO. (She, Lucifer and I) Argel Films, Mexico. Released
    in the U. S. by Importadora. 93 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the
    novel El Amante Invisible, by Alberto Insua. © Argel Films, S. de R.
    L.; 1Mar53 (in notice: 1952); LP11081.

  ELLA WEST. SEE Have Gun - Will Travel.

  ELLA Y YO. (She and I) International Cinematografica, Mexico. Released
    by Clasa-Mohme; in the U. S. by Importadora. 102 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the plot and adaptation by Neftali Beltran. Appl.
    author: Producciones Salazar, S.A. © Importadora, Inc.; 1Oct51;
    LP11833.

  ELLEN. SEE The Second Woman.

  ELLEN CURRY. SEE The Millionaire.

  THE ELLIS GARDEN CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  EL LOBO STRIKES AGAIN. SEE The Bob Cummings Show, no. 27.

  ELMER, THE AERONAUT. SEE Circus Boy, no. 15.

  ELMER, THE RAINMAKER. SEE Circus Boy, no. 37.

  ELOPEMENT. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1951. 82 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 14Dec51; LP1415.

  THE ELOPERS. SEE Judge Roy Bean.

  ELOX ELECTRICAL DISCHARGE MACHINING. Elox Corp. of Michigan. Made by
    Video Films. Approx. 35 min., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Elox Corp.
    of Michigan. 16Apr56; MU6084.

  EL PASO STAMPEDE. Republic Pictures Corp. 54 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Republic Pictures Corp.; 21Aug53; LP3129.

  ELSIE & CO. Borden Co. Made by Parthenon Pictures. 42 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. (Centennial Film no. 2) Eastman color. © Borden Co.;
    17May57; MP8430.

  THE ELUSIVE DIME. SEE It’s a Great Life.

  THE ELVES AND KING KOTTON. SEE Bobo the Hobo and His Traveling Troupe
    in The Elves and King Kotton.

  THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION. SEE You Are There.

  THE EMBERS. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1952. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Cavalcade of Broadway) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 12Jun52; MP2530.

  THE EMBEZZLED DRESS. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 3.

  EMBEZZLEMENT. SEE Big Town, no. 15.

  THE EMBEZZLER. SEE Panic, no. 5.

  EMBEZZLERS’ HARVEST. SEE Lone Ranger Series, no. 112.

  THE EMBRYOLOGY OF HUMAN BEHAVIOR. Medical Film Institute of the
    Association of American Medical Colleges, 1951. 28 min., sd., color,
    16mm. © Medical Film Institute of the Association of American
    Medical Colleges; 15Jan51 (in notice: 1950); MP884.

  THE EMERALD SAINT. B. B. Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based
    on characters created by Clarence E. Mulford. © B. B. Productions;
    26Mar54; LP3730.

  EMERGENCY. SEE

    All Star Theatre, no. 42.

    Panic, no. 57-1.

  EMERGENCY ACTION TO SAVE LIVES. Byron. 9 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Produced in cooperation with the Federal Civil Defense
    Administration. Appl. author: Sid Abel. © Byron, Inc.; 15Feb55;
    MP6315.

  EMERGENCY CALL. SEE Heinz Studio 57.

  EMERGENCY DOCTOR. RKO-Pathe. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Screenliner) ©
    RKO Teleradio Pictures, Inc.; 24Jun56; MP7480.

  EMERGENCY HOSPITAL. Bel-Air Productions. Released by United Artists
    Corp. 82 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Sunrise Pictures, Inc.; 1May56;
    LP7625.

  EMERGENCY ON SCARFACE FLATS. SEE Sergeant Preston of the Yukon, no.
    47.

  EMERGENCY ONLY. SEE Alcoa Presents.

  EMERGENCY WEDDING. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 78 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. A remake of the 1941 picture entitled “You Belong to Me.” ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Nov50; LP966.

  EMILY BAKER. SEE The Millionaire.

  THE EMILY ROSSITER STORY. SEE Wagon Train.

  EMILY SHORT STORY. SEE The Millionaire.

  EMILY VANDERLIP’S ELOPEMENT. SEE The George Burns and Gracie Allen
    Show, no. 88.

  THE EMORY CUSACK STORY. SEE Pete Kelly’s Blues.

  EMOTIONAL BALANCE. SEE Snap Out of It.

  EMOTIONAL MATURITY. McGraw-Hill Book Co. 20 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (Adolescent Development Series) A McGraw-Hill text film. ©
    McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 18Nov57; MP8999.

  EMOTIONS AND MOTIVES. International Business Machines Corp. 670 ft.,
    b&w, 16mm. © International Business Machines Corp.; 5Jun59; MU6752.

  THE EMPEROR. SEE Big Town, no. 43.

  EMPEROR NORTON. SEE

    Death Valley Days, no. 376.

    Telephone Time.

  EMPEROR NORTON’S BRIDGE. SEE Telephone Time.

  EMPEROR WALTZ [AND] YOU AND YOU. Castle Films, 1951. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    16mm. (The Music Album) © United World Films, Inc.; 15Apr51; MP3285.

  EMPEROR’S HORSES. Vitaphone Corp., 1952. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Sports Parade) A Warner Bros. short subject. © The Vitaphone Corp.;
    7Apr52 (in notice: 1951); MP2164.

  THE EMPEROR’S NEW CLOTHES. United Productions of America. Released by
    Columbia Pictures Corp., 1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Jolly
    Frolics) Technicolor. Based on the story of the same title by Hans
    Christian Andersen. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 20Apr53 (in notice:
    1952); LP2502.

  THE EMPEROR’S SNUFFBOX. SEE

    City After Midnight.

    Col. Humphrey J. Flack.

  EMPIRE OF YOUTH. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 420.

  EMPIRE PASS. SEE Buffalo Bill, Jr.

  EMPIRE STATE TOUR: NEW YORK CITY. SEE Sightseeing with the Swayzes
    Through Vacationland America, no. 10.

  EMPIRICAL DESIGN FOR INDUSTRIAL FILMS. SEE For Military Merit.

  THE EMPLOYMENT INTERVIEW. McGraw-Hill Book Co. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. (Personnel Management Series) Correlated with the book,
    “Personnel Management,” by Walter Dill Scott, Robert C. Clothier,
    and William R. Spriegel. Appl. title: The Interview. © McGraw-Hill
    Book Co., Inc.; 19Oct53; MP4088.

  EMPTY ARMS. SEE Celebrity Playhouse, no. 9.

  EMPTY STORE. SEE You’ll Never Get Rich.

  THE EMPTY STRONGBOX. Lone Ranger, Inc., 1953. Produced by Jack Chertok
    Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George W. Trendle.
    Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, Inc., employer for hire. ©
    The Lone Ranger, Inc.; 8Jan53 (in notice: 1952); LP2451.

  EN LOS ALTOS DE JALISCO. (In the Mountains of Jalisco) Producciones
    Luis Manrique, Mexico. Released in the U. S. by Importadora. 74
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on an original plot by Jose G. Cruz. ©
    Importadora, Inc.; 1Dec48; LP12112.

  ENAMORADA. SEE The Torch.

  THE ENCHANTED. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  ENCHANTED ISLANDS. Vitaphone Corp., 1951. A Warner Bros. short
    subject. 20 min., sd., color, 35mm. © The Vitaphone Corp.; 9Nov51;
    MP1800.

  THE ENCHANTED RIVER. Films for Children, Inc., 1950. Distributed by
    Coronet. 9 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Films for Children, Inc.;
    15Aug50; MP1946.

  THE ENCHANTED WELL. Screen Associates, 1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (Electric Theatre) A Screen Televideo release. Based on an original
    story by Washington Irving. © Screen Associates, Inc.; 5Jun52;
    LP1778.

  ENCORE. Two Cities Films, London, 1951. Released in the U. S. by
    Paramount Pictures Corp. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on three
    short stories “The Ant and the Grasshopper,” “Winter Cruise,” and
    “Gigolo and Gigolett,” by W. Somerset Maugham. © Two Cities Films
    Ltd.; 1Nov51; LP1829.

  ENCOUNTER ON A SECOND-CLASS COACH. SEE Alcoa-Goodyear Theatre, no.
    8116.

  L’ENCYCLOPEDIE FILMEE: QUELQUES MOTS DE LA LETTRE ... A. Le Trident,
    Paris, 1952. 53 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Le Trident, s.a.r.l.;
    1Jan52; MP2833.

  THE END. Banner Enterprises. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Banner
    Enterprises; 30Jan59; MP9356.

  THE END AND THE BEGINNING. SEE The Beginning and the End.

  END AS A MAN. SEE The Strange One.

  END OF A YOUNG GUN. SEE The Rifleman, no. 6205.

  END OF AN OUTLAW. SEE Trackdown, no. 8213.

  THE END OF INDIAN SUMMER. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  END OF SUMMER. Albert L. Mozell. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Albert
    Louis Mozell; 10Dec54; MP5479.

  THE END OF SUMMER. Ralph S. Hirshorn. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Ralph
    S. Hirshorn; 9Oct59; LP14875.

  THE END OF THE AFFAIR. Coronado Productions, London. Released in the
    U. S. by Columbia Pictures Corp. 106 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on
    the novel of the same title by Graham Greene. © Coronado
    Productions, Ltd.; 31Dec54; LP4605.

  THE END OF THE DALTON GANG. SEE You Are There.

  THE END OF THE LINE. Lindsley Parsons Productions, 1952. 3 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Lindsley Parsons Productions, Inc.; 12Nov52; LP2043.

  THE END OF THE RIVER. The Archers, London, 1947. Released in the U.S.
    by Universal International. A Prestige picture. 80 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the novel by Desmond Holdridge. © Independent
    Producers, Ltd.; 18Sep47; LP423.

  THE END OF THE ROAD. Screen Associates, 1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Based on an original story by Leopold L. Atlas. © Screen Associates,
    Inc.; 2Sep52; LP1904.

  END OF THE TRAIL. SEE Tales of Wells Fargo.

  THE END OF THE WEEK. SEE The Loretta Young Show, no. C-11.

  THE END OF THE WORLD. SEE Trackdown, no. 8251.

  AN END TO FEAR. SEE Heinz Studio 57.

  ENDOCRINE GLANDS—HOW THEY AFFECT YOU. McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by
    Audio Productions. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Health Education
    Series) Correlated with Textbook of Healthful Living, by Harold S.
    Diehl. © McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 16Apr56; MP7077.

  THE ENDS OF JUSTICE. SEE Lilli Palmer Presents The Quality Theatre.

  ENDUED WITH POWER. Broadman Films. 18 min., sd., color, 16mm. (BFS,
    108) Eastman color. Appl. author: Earl Waldrup. © Broadman Films;
    1Jul57; MP8342.

  ENDURING MODERN. Campus Film Productions for Valley Upholstery Corp.,
    1950. 15 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Valley Upholstery Corp.; 18Jun50;
    MP525.

  THE ENEMIES. SEE General Electric Theatre.

  THE ENEMY. SEE

    The 77th Bengal Lancers, no. 19.

    Talk About a Stranger.

  THE ENEMY BELOW. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 97 min., sd., Color
    by DeLuxe, 35mm. CinemaScope. Produced with the assistance of the
    Dept. of Defense and United States Navy. Based on the novel by D. A.
    Rayner. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 17Dec57; LP10794.

  ENEMY FROM SPACE. United Artists Corp. 84 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based
    on a story by Nigel Kneale. © United Artists Corp.; 24May57; LP9399.

  ENERGETICALLY YOURS. Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey. Made by
    Transfilm, Inc. 13 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Transfilm, Inc.;
    13Oct57; LP9786.

  ENERGY FROM THE SUN. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. Inc.:
    7Apr55; MP5909.

  ENFIELD RIFLE. SEE The Lone Ranger.

  THE ENFORCER. United States Pictures. Released by Warner Bros.
    Pictures, 1951. 87 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © United States Pictures,
    Inc.; 17Feb51 (in notice: 1950); LP785.

  THE ENGAGEMENT RING. SEE

    It’s a Great Life.

    Studio 57.

  DER ENGEL MIT DER POSAUNE. SEE Angel with the Trumpet.

  ENGINE AND CHASSIS. SEE Yours to Sell, pt. 2: Engine and Chassis.

  ENGINE CYLINDER BLOCK OVERHAUL. Continental Motors Corp. Made by
    Norman Wright Productions. 33 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. ©
    Continental Motors Corp.; 15Apr54; MP5350.

  ENGINE OVERHAUL—CYLINDER HEAD. Continental Motors Corp. Made by Norman
    Wright Productions. 22 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. ©
    Continental Motors Corp.; 15Apr54; MP5349.

  ENGINE TUNE UP. SEE The Importance of Engine Tune Up and Diagnosis.

  ENGINEERING DRAWING. SEE

    Oblique Cone and Transition Developments.

    Pictorial Sketching.

    Simple Developments.

  THE ENGINEERING OF AGREEMENT. Roundtable Productions. 22 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: Leon S. Gold. © Roundtable Productions;
    29Sep58; MP9472.

  ENGINEERING SELLING. International Business Machines Corp. 1050 ft.,
    b&w, 16mm. © International Business Machines Corp.; 5Jun59; MU6755.

  ENGINES AND HOW THEY WORK. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire,
    Inc.; 31Dec58 (in notice: 1959); MP9460.

  ENGLAND. Dudley Pictures Corp., 1951. Released by Republic Pictures
    Corp. 9 min., sd., color, 35mm. (This World of Ours Series) © Dudley
    Pictures Corp.; 23May51 (in notice: 1950); LP1035.

  ENGLISH AND DUTCH COLONIZATION IN THE NEW WORLD. Coronet Instructional
    Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a
    division of Esquire; Inc.; 8May56; MP7228.

  ENGLISH FARM FAMILY. International Film Foundation. Released by
    McGraw-Hill Book Co. 13 min., sd., color, 16mm. (Life in Great
    Britain Today) Kodachrome. © International Film Foundation, Inc.;
    1Aug52; MP3918.

  ENGLISH HISTORY: ABSOLUTISM AND CIVIL WAR. Coronet Instructional
    Films. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a
    division of Esquire, Inc.; 6May58; MP9279.

  ENGLISH HISTORY: EARLIEST TIMES TO 1066. Coronet Instructional Films.
    11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © John Smart; 11Jan54; MP4298.

  ENGLISH HISTORY: NORMAN CONQUEST TO THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY. Coronet
    Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © John Smart; 11Jan54;
    MP4299.

  ENGLISH HISTORY: RESTORATION AND GLORIOUS REVOLUTION. Coronet
    Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet
    Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 9May58; MP9281.

  ENGLISH HISTORY: TUDOR PERIOD. Coronet Instructional Films. 10 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © John Smart; 21Jan54; MP4296.

  ENGLISH INFLUENCES IN THE UNITED STATES. Coronet, 1950. 11 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © David A. Smart; 26Jun50; MP297.

  ENGLISH LANGUAGE INSTITUTION. SEE The Search.

  THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE: STORY OF ITS DEVELOPMENT. Coronet, 1952. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © John Smart; 19Dec52; MP3302.

  ENGLISH LITERATURE: CHAUCER AND THE MEDIEVAL PERIOD. Coronet
    Instructional Films. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet
    Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 3Sep57; MP8704.

  ENGLISH LITERATURE: THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY. Coronet Instructional
    Films. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a
    division of Esquire, Inc.; 2Jan58; MP8913.

  ENGLISH LITERATURE: THE ELIZABETHAN PERIOD. Coronet Instructional
    Films. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a
    division of Esquire, Inc.; 6Jan58; MP8912.

  ENGLISH LITERATURE: THE ROMANTIC PERIOD. Coronet Instructional Films.
    13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division
    of Esquire, Inc.; 12Apr57; MP8481.

  ENGLISH LITERATURE: THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY. Coronet Instructional
    Films. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a
    division of Esquire, Inc.; 2Jun58; MP9268.

  ENGLISH LITERATURE: THE VICTORIAN PERIOD. Coronet Instructional Films.
    14 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division
    of Esquire, Inc.; 5Apr57; MP8482.

  THE ENGLISH PLAYWRIGHT. SEE The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show,
    no. 181.

  AN ENGLISH TEA. SEE The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, no. 264.

  THE ENGLISH TEST. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 62.

  ENGLISH THROUGH PICTURES. Language Research, Inc. 7 reels (pt. 1-7),
    sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on the book of the same title by I. A.
    Richards. Appl. authors: Ivor Armstrong Richards, Christine Madeline
    Gibson. © Language Research, Inc.; 16Jun53; MP4085.

  ENGLISH WITHOUT TEARS. SEE Her Man Gilbey.

  THE ENGLISHMAN. SEE Have Gun - Will Travel.

  ENOCH PRENTISS. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  ENOUGH ROPE FOR TWO. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  ENRICO CARUSO, HIS LIFE AND DEATH. SEE The Great Caruso.

  ENRICO FERMI PROGRESS REPORT, NO. 2. Detroit Edison Co. Made by Video
    Films. 11 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. Appl. author: William
    R. Witherell, Jr. © Video Films; 22Nov57; MU6412.

  ENTER TENNER SMITH. SEE Trackdown, no. 6407.

  ENTER THE LONE RANGER. Apex Film Corp., 1949. 26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Based on a radio script edited by Fran Striker. © The Lone Ranger,
    Inc.; 15Sep49; LP186.

  ENTER WITH CAUTION: THE ATOMIC AGE. SEE The Twentieth Century. Feb.
    23, 1958.

  THE ENVELOPE STORY. SEE Pete Kelly’s Blues.

  ENZYME THERAPY WITH VARIDASE, STREPTOKINASE-STREPTODORNASE. Lederle
    Laboratories Division, American Cyanamid Co., 1952. Produced by
    Fordel Films. 18 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Fordel Films; 3Dec52;
    MP3092.

  EPIC DRAMA. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1953. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (See It Happen) © Twentieth Century-Film Corp.; 3Apr53;
    MP3638.

  EPIDEMIC. SEE The Gray Ghost, no. 17.

  EPILEPSY. SEE Confidential File.

  EPILOGUE. General Television Enterprises, Inc., 1949. 1 reel, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © General Television Enterprises, Inc.; 30Dec49; LP2746.

  EPILOGUE. SEE Alcoa Presents.

  EPISODE IN DARKNESS. SEE Zane Grey Theatre, no. 8416.

  EPISODE IN LAREDO. SEE Have Gun - Will Travel.

  EPISODE IN PARIS. SEE Lillie Palmer Presents The Quality Theatre.

  EQUAL JUSTICE. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue
    Productions, Inc.; 31Dec53; LP3406.

  THE EQUALIZER. SEE

    Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

    Legend of Wyatt Earp, no. 65.

  ERASMUS. SEE Renaissance on TV, no. 2.

  ERIC LODEK. SEE The Millionaire.

  ERIC VINCENT. SEE The Millionaire.

  LA ERMITA, LA FUENTE Y EL RIO. SEE Deseada.

  THE ERROL FLYNN THEATRE. Robjou Films, Montreal. 1 reel each, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Robjou Films, Inc., unless otherwise indicated.

    All in the Family. © 13Oct56 (in notice: 1957); LP7739.

    Cellini Cup. © 5Jan57; LP7745.

    Declasse. © 2Mar57; LP8285.

    First Come, First Loved. © 9Feb57; LP8283.

    Fortunes of War. © Inter-Tv Films, Ltd.; 22Sep56; LP8240.

    The Girl in the Blue Jeans. © 15Sep56 (in notice: 1957); LP7738.

    Kinsman. © 15Dec56 (in notice: 1957); LP7743.

    The Love Token. © 12Jan57; LP7744.

    Mademoiselle Fifi. © 24Nov56 (in notice: 1957); LP7740.

    The Mirror. © 29Sep56 (in notice: 1957); LP7741.

    My Infallible Uncle. © 19Jan57; LP8282.

    The Ordeal of Carol Kennedy (Ordeals of Carol Kennedy) © 1Dec56 (in
      notice: 1957); LP7742.

    Rescued. © 23Feb57; LP8284.

    Rustle of Silk. © 2Feb57; LP7748.

    The Sealed Room. © 16Mar57; LP8286.

    Strange Auction. © 26Jan57; LP7746.

    Take the High Road. © 16Feb57; LP7747.

    Wife for the Czar. © 15Sep56; LP7749.

  ERROR AT DAYBREAK. Panda Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Panda
    Productions, Inc.; 20Jan54; LP3703.

  ERUPTION AT VOLCANO. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 449.

  ED WESTON RETURNS. SEE The Eve Arden Show.

  ESCAPADE IN JAPAN. RKO Radio Pictures. Released by Universal
    International. 92 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technirama. Technicolor. ©
    RKO Teleradio Pictures, Inc.; 4Oct57; LP9089.

  ESCAPE. E. I. du Pont de Nemours. Made by S. H. A. Co. 3 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. (The Cavalcade of America) © E. I. du Pont de Nemours and
    Co.; 30Mar54; MP4781.

  ESCAPE. SEE

    The Adventures of McGraw.

    Death Valley Days, no. 369.

    Flight, no. 1200-5.

    The Gray Ghost, no. 8.

    Telephone Time.

  ESCAPE FROM CAMP DIABLO. SEE Soldiers of Fortune.

  ESCAPE FROM DIABLO. SEE Annie Oakley.

  ESCAPE FROM FORT BRAVO. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 98
    min., sd., color, 35mm. Ansco color. © Loew’s Incorporated; 4Nov53;
    LP3854.

  ESCAPE FROM OAK LANE. SEE Richard Diamond, Private Detective, no.
    9614.

  ESCAPE FROM RED ROCK. Regal Films. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp. 75 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. RegalScope. © Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp.; 27Nov57; LP10609.

  ESCAPE FROM SAN QUENTIN. Columbia Pictures Corp. 10 reels, sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Nov57; LP9469.

  ESCAPE IF YOU CAN. SEE So Young, So Bad.

  ESCAPE IN CANADA. Castle Films, 1950. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. (The
    World Parade) © United World Films, Inc.; 15Oct50; MP2374.

  ESCAPE TO BURMA. RKO Radio Pictures. 86 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    SuperScope. Technicolor. © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 5Apr55; LP4858.

  ESCAPE TO FREEDOM. RKO-Pathe. 16 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © RKO-Pathe,
    Inc.; 3Apr53; MP3994.

  ESCAPE TO FREEDOM. SEE Wire Service.

  ESCAPE TO THE NORTH. SEE Sergeant Preston of the Yukon.

  ESCAPEMENT PAWL OPERATION: EXECUTIVE TYPEWRITER. International
    Business Machines Corp. 17 min., si., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author:
    International Business Machines Corp. employer for hire of William
    Boardman Lowe. © International Business Machines Corp.; 28Dec53;
    MP4267.

  ESCAPES AND REVERSALS. Audio-Visual Education Center, University of
    Michigan. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Wrestling Fundamentals and
    Techniques, no. 2) © University of Michigan Audio-Visual Education
    Center (in notice: University of Michigan Audio-Visual Center);
    27Oct52; MP3811.

  ESCORT TO NAMTOK. SEE Soldiers of Fortune.

  ESCORT WEST. Romina. Released by United Artists Corp. 75 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. CinemaScope. © Batjac Enterprises, Inc.; 18Jan59 (in
    notice: 1958); LP13837.

  ESKIMO. Interstate Bakeries Corp. Made by Walter Lantz Productions. 20
    sec., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Walter Lantz Productions, Inc.; 22Feb58 (in
    notice: 1957); LP11953.

  ESKIMO HUNTERS: NORTHWESTERN ALASKA. Louis de Rochemont Associates.
    Released by Universal Pictures Co., 1952. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (The Earth and Its Peoples) © United World Films, Inc.; 18Feb52 (in
    notice: 1949); MP2065.

  ESKIMO SEA HUNTERS: NORTHWESTERN ALASKA. SEE Eskimo Hunters:
    Northwestern Alaska.

  ESKIMOS—WINTER IN WESTERN ALASKA. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    1950. 10 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Frederick Machetanz; 18Sep50;
    MP675.

  ESPECIALLY FOR YOU. Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp.
    [1952] Produced by Jam Handy Organization. 75 ft., b&w, 35mm. © The
    Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 18Apr52; MU5400.

  L’ESPRIT DE CORPS. SEE Captain Gallant of the Foreign Legion.

  ESQUIRE’S ANIMATED FILM COMMERCIAL. Emil Mogul Co. [1953] 17 sec.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: Myron Mahler. © Emil Mogul Co., Inc.;
    13May53; MU5556.

  ESTABLISHING BETTER STANDS OF GRASSES AND LEGUMES. Iowa State College
    Agricultural Extension Service. 22 min., sd., color, 16mm.
    Kodachrome. Appl. title: Establishing Stands of Legumes and Grasses.
    © Iowa State College; 15Dec53; MP4960.

  ET TU, BREWSTER. Goebel Brewing Co. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co. 55 sec.
    Appl. author: Edmund W. Birnbryer. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 21Dec56;
    MU6246.

  THE ETERNAL CYCLE. Handel Film Corp. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (The
    Magic of the Atom) Produced with the technical assistance of the U.
    S. Atomic Energy Commission and the Atomic Energy Project at U. C.
    L. A. © Handel Film Corp.; 1Jul54; MP7123.

  THE ETERNAL SEA. Republic Pictures Corp. 11 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Republic Pictures Corp.; 10Feb55; LP5156.

  ETHAN ALLEN STORY. SEE Hawkeye and the Last of the Mohicans.

  THE ETHEL BARRYMORE THEATER. Interstate Television Corp. 26 min. each,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Interstate Television Corp.

    The Daughters of Mars. © 29May53 (in notice: 1952); LP2742.

    Dear Miss Lovelace. © 4Jul53; LP2751.

    The Duke. © 19Jun53; LP2745.

    Funny Money. © 10Jul53; LP2746.

    General Delivery. © 7Aug53; LP2822.

    The Gentle Years. © 22May53 (in notice: 1952); LP2741.

    Justice for All. © 3Jul53; LP2744.

    Lady Investigator. © 17Jul53; LP2747.

    Mimsel’s Man. © 26Jun53; LP2966.

    The Peabodys. © 12Jun53; LP2967.

    This Is Villa. © 5Jun53; LP2743.

    The Victim. © 15May53; LP3030.

    Winter and Spring. © 31Jul53; LP2821.

  ETHEL SMITH AND THE HENRY KING ORCHESTRA. Universal Pictures Co.,
    1950. 15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    20Mar50 (in notice: 1949); MP358.

  ETHEL’S BIRTHDAY. SEE I Love Lucy, no. 106.

  ETHEL’S HOME TOWN. SEE I Love Lucy, no. 113.

  EUGENIA GRANDET. Argel Films, Mexico. Released by Clasa-Mohme; in the
    U. S. by Importadora. 108 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel
    of same title by Honore de Balzac. © Importadora, Inc.; 1Sep53;
    LP11058.

  EVALUATION OF C. F. DALZIEL’S ENERGY THEORY AS APPLIED TO THE ELECTRIC
    FENCE INDUSTRY. International Electric Co. Approx. 1,200 ft., sd.,
    color, 16mm. © International Electric Co.; 19Aug57; MU6382.

  EVE AND THE SEA SERPENT. SEE Crunch and Des.

  THE EVE ARDEN SHOW. Columbia Broadcasting System. 30 min. each, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm.

    The Christmas Angel. © Westhaven Enterprises, Inc.; 23Dec57; LP9918.

    Cover Girl. © Westhaven Enterprises, Inc.; 30Sep57; LP9700.

    The French View. © Westhaven Enterprises, Inc.; 7Oct57; LP9698.

    The Hollywood Offer. © Westhaven Enterprises, Inc.; 3Feb58; LP10409.

    A Hotel Is Not a Home. © Westhaven Enterprises, Inc.; 29Dec57;
      LP9919.

    Housework. © Westhaven Enterprises, Inc.; 23Sep57; LP9697.

    It Gives Me Great Pleasure. © Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.;
      16Sep57; LP9696.

    Jenny’s Unrequited Love. © Westhaven Enterprises, Inc.; 25Nov57;
      LP9756.

    Liza Among the Courtrights. © Westhaven Enterprises, Inc.; 18Nov57;
      LP9757.

    Liza and the Bombshell. © Westhaven Enterprises, Inc.; 4Nov57;
      LP9760.

    Liza Hammond Enterprises. © Westhaven Enterprises, Inc.; 2Dec57;
      LP9922.

    Liza’s Reunion Dance. © Westhaven Enterprises, Inc.; 20Jan58;
      LP10406.

    Local Girl. © Westhaven Enterprises, Inc.; 21Oct57; LP9758.

    Mary’s First Dance. © Westhaven Enterprises, Inc.; 16Dec57; LP9920.

    Mary’s Report Card. © Westhaven Enterprises, Inc.; 27Jan58; LP10407.

    The Montana Date. © Westhaven Enterprises, Inc.; 9Dec57; LP9921.

    The New Liza Hammond. © Westhaven Enterprises, Inc.; 14Oct57;
      LP9699.

    The New Tenant. © Westhaven Enterprises, Inc.; 13Jan58; LP10408.

    Safari. © Westhaven Enterprises, Inc.; 6Jan58 (in notice: 1957);
      LP10405.

    White Elephant Sale. © Westhaven Enterprises, Inc.; 28Oct57; LP9759.

  THE EVE ARDEN SHOW. Westhaven Enterprises. 30 min. each, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Westhaven Enterprises, Inc.

    Ed Weston Returns. © 10Mar58; LP11214.

    Full-Time Mother. © 17Mar58; LP11213.

    Liza and the Harvard Man. © 24Mar58; LP11216.

    Liza Meets Young Korea. © 3Mar58; LP11215.

    Liza’s Nightmare. © 17Feb58 (in notice: 1957); LP11211.

    The Rivals. © 10Feb58; LP11212.

  AN EVENING TO REMEMBER. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 88.

  EVER SINCE THE DAY. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 52.

  EVERGLADE RAID. Universal International. 1 reel, sd., Technicolor,
    35mm. (Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker Cartune) © Universal
    International; 5Aug58; LP12520.

  EVERGLADES POSSE. RKO-Pathe. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) ©
    RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 8May55; MP6584.

  EVERGLADES STORY. SEE Border Patrol.

  EVERY CHRISTIAN A MISSIONARY. Broadman Films. 14 min., sd., color.
    16mm. (BFS, 113) Eastman color. Appl. author: Earl Waldrup. ©
    Broadman Films; 1Jul57; MP8347.

  EVERY DOG HAS HIS DAY. Vitaphone Corp., 1952. 10 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Sports Parade) A Warner Bros, short subject. © The Vitaphone
    Corp.; 21Apr52 (in notice: 1951); MP2228.

  EVERY MAN A WITNESS. SEE Trackdown, no. 6431.

  EVERY MAN HAS TWO WIVES. SEE Screen Directors Playhouse.

  EVERYBODY DANCES. Dudley Pictures Corp. Released by Universal Pictures
    Co. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. (Variety View) © Universal Pictures Co.,
    Inc.; 30Aug56; LP7226.

  EVERYBODY DOES IT. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1949. 98 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a story by James M. Cain. © Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp.; 25Oct49; LP37.

  EVERYBODY’S BUSINESS. American Radiator and Standard Sanitary Corp.
    [1952] Produced by Jam Handy Organization. 3 reels, b&w, 35mm. © The
    Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 15Apr52; MU5393.

  EVERYBODY’S DANCIN’. Nunes-Cooley Productions. Released by Lippert
    Productions, Inc., 1950. 66 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Nunes-Cooley
    Productions; 1Apr50; LP77.

  EVERYBODY’S GIRL. Roadshow Attractions, 1950. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    © Roadshow Attractions; 1Nov50; LP1681.

  EVERYBODY’S TALKING LCF. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 650 ft., color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Chevrolet
    Division of General Motors Corp.; 22Jul55; MU5947.

  EVERYONE CAN ACT. National Theatre Broadcasting Co. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Ben Baker Blaze d.b.a. National Theatre Broadcasting Co.;
    10Jan55 (in notice: 1954); MP6039.

  EVERYTHING BUT THE TRUTH. Universal Pictures Co. 83 min., sd., color,
    35mm. A Universal International picture. Eastman color. Based on an
    idea by Val Burton. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 3Nov56; LP7630.

  EVERYTHING I HAVE IS YOURS. Loew’s, 1952. 92 min., sd., color, 35mm. A
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer picture. © Loew’s Incorporated; 23Sep52; LP1955.

  EVERYTHING IT TAKES. Howell & Young Advertising. 18 min., sd., color,
    16mm. Kodachrome. Appl. author: Richard A. Young. © Howell & Young
    Advertising, Inc.; 23Feb56; MU6021.

  EVERYTHING’S DUCKY. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Topper Series) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 28Dec51; MP2011.

  EVERYWHERE YOU GO. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Campbell-Ewald
    Co. 80 sec. Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald Co., employer for hire of
    M. M. Steffee, author of script. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 17Mar58;
    MU6462.

  EVIL EYE FLEAGLE. Louis G. Cowan, Inc., 1952. 24 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (Fearless Fosdick Adventures, no. A-11) Based on a comic strip
    character created by Al Capp (pseud. of Alfred Gerald Caplin) Appl.
    title: Fearless Fosdick in Evil Eye Fleagle. © Louis G. Cowan, Inc.;
    31Aug52 (in notice: 1951); LP2269.

  THE EVIL ONES. Lindsley Parsons Productions, 1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Lindsley Parsons Productions, Inc.; 17Oct52; LP2011.

  THE EVIL THREE. SEE Adventures of Superman.

  THE EXAMINATION OF STOLEN CARS. Norwood Studios. 19 min., color, 16mm.
    Kodachrome. Produced for the F.B.I. © Philip Martin, Jr. t.a.
    Norwood Studios; 14Dec55; MU5990.

  EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN. SEE Confidential File.

  THE EXCHANGE STUDENT. SEE Burns & Allen Show, no. 299.

  EXCITEMENT AT MILLTOWN. SEE State Trooper.

  EXCLUSIVE. SEE

    All Star Theatre, no. 183.

    Man Against Crime. Feb. 11, 1953.

    Private Secretary.

  EX-CONVICT. SEE Confidential File.

  EXCUSE ME FOR LIVING. SEE Fireside Theatre.

  EXCUSE MY DUST. Loew’s, 1951. An MGM picture. 82 min., sd., color,
    35mm. © Loew’s Inc.; 22May51; LP939.

  EXCUSER. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 1
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Chevrolet Motor Division of General Motors
    Corp.; 5Feb58; MU6443.

  THE EXECUTIONER. SEE Gunsmoke.

  EXECUTIVE SUITE. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 103 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the novel of the same title by Cameron
    Hawley. © Loew’s Incorporated; 19Feb54 (in notice: 1953); LP3980.

  EXERCISE. SEE My Favorite Husband, no. 5.

  EXERCISE FOR HAPPY LIVING. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1950. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc.;
    30Nov50; MP937.

  EXHIBIT R. Newsfilm Theater. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Newsfilm
    Theater, Inc.; 26Jul59; MP9683.

  EXIT LAUGHING. Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Revue Productions, Inc.; 9Mar56; LP7134.

  EX-MARSHAL. SEE Lone Ranger Series.

  THE EXODUS. Christian Mission Films, in cooperation with Alexark &
    Norsim. 13 min., sd., color, 16mm. Based on narration from the Holy
    Bible. © Christian Mission Films; 1Oct57; MP9086.

  EXPECTANT FATHER. (This Is America, no. 6) RKO Pathe, Inc., 1950. 16
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 3Mar50; MP93.

  EXPERIENCE WITH AN EEL. Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. Made by
    Moody Institute of Science. 28 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Sermons from
    Science) A television adaption of the motion picture The Electric
    Eel. © Moody Bible Institute of Chicago; 2Jun56; MP7589.

  THE EXPERIMENT. SEE The Count of Monte Cristo.

  EXPERIMENT ALCATRAZ. RKO Radio Pictures, 1950. 58 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 23Nov50; LP539.

  EXPERIMENT AT MONTICELLO. E. I. du Pont de Nemours. Made by Screen
    Gems. 3 reels, sd., b&w. 16mm. (The Cavalcade of America) © Screen
    Gems. Inc.; 4Mar53 (in notice: 1952); LP3972.

  EXPERIMENT OXYGEN. SEE Flight, no. 1200-14.

  EXPERIMENT X-74. SEE Whirlybirds.

  THE EXPERT. SEE Crunch and Des, no. 204.

  EXPERT OPINION. No. UF-4-90. United Motors System. Made by
    Campbell-Ewald Co. 90 sec. Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald Co.,
    employer for hire of W. Robert Woodburn, author of script. ©
    Campbell-Ewald Co.; 19Aug57; MU6381.

  EXPLAINING MATTER: ATOMS AND MOLECULES. Encyclopaedia Britannica
    Films. 13 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    Inc.; 27Nov58; MP9352.

  EXPLAINING MATTER: MOLECULES IN MOTION. Encyclopaedia Britannica
    Films. 11 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    Inc.; 31Dec58; MP9636.

  EXPLORATION. SEE Renaissance on TV, no. 5.

  EXPLORER. Gillette Co., 1951. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. Television
    commercial. © The Gillette Co.; 19May51; MP3168.

  EXPLORING BY SATELLITE. Evelyn P. Anderson. Made by Delta Film
    Productions. 28 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Delta Film Productions,
    Inc.; 3Aug58; MP9493.

  EXPLORING-IN-THE-TROOP GROWS. Boy Scouts of America, 1951. 22 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Boy Scouts of America; 22Jan51; LP838.

  EXPLORING SCIENCE. SEE Electricity All About Us.

  EXPLORING THE FARMLAND. Roy Wilcox Productions. 13 min., sd., color,
    16mm. © Roy Wilcox Productions, Inc., Roy C. Wilcox, president;
    1Jun58 (in notice: 1957); MP8895.

  EXPLORING THE NIGHT SKY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 10 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.;
    5Apr56; MP7581.

  EXPLOSION. GT-A2-60. Goebel Brewing Co. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co. 1
    min. Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald Co., employer for hire of Richard
    A. Wolf, author of script. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 21Aug57; MU6376.

  EXPLOSION. Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  EXPLOSION DANGER LURKS. Watts Regulator Co. © 1950. 1200 ft., sd.,
    b&w, (Technical Series, no. 1) © Watts Regulator Co.; 11Dec50;
    MU5265.

  THE EXPLOSIVE MR. MAGOO. UPA Pictures. Released by Columbia Pictures
    Corp. 6 min., sd., Technicolor, 35mm. (Mister Magoo) © Columbia
    Pictures Corp.; 6May58 (in notice: 1957); LP11157.

  EXPOSE. SEE Crusader.

  EXPOSITION: TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE SUN. Ruroy Sibley. 12 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Mabel Sibley; 29Mar54; MP4462.

  EXPRESS HIGHWAY. Motion Picture and Recording Studio of the
    Pennsylvania State College for the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission,
    1950. 18 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission;
    1Jul50; MP432.

  EXPRESSION THROUGH DANCE. Saul Gilbert, 1951. 891 ft., si., b&w, 16mm.
    © Saul Gilbert; 13Oct51; MP1827.

  EXPRESSLY FOR YOU. Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp.
    [1952] Produced by Jam Handy Organization. 74 ft., color, 35mm. ©
    The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 18Apr52; MU5397.

  EXPRESSWAY EXPERTS. Aetna Casualty & Surety Co. 14 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. Appl. author: Cecil Zaun. © Aetna Casualty & Surety Co.;
    1Jan58 (in notice: 1957); MP8706.

  EXTASE. SEE

    My Ecstasy.

    My Life.

  EXTENSIVE BURNS. SEE First Aid Filmettes.

  EXTRA PROFITS. Tractor & Implement Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 40 ft., color, 16mm. Eastman color. © Tractor &
    Implement Division, Ford Motor Co.; 14Nov55; MU5978.

  EXTRA SPECIAL DELIVERY. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 1 min., color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Chevrolet Motor
    Division of General Motors Corp.; 9Mar54; MU5637.

  THE EYE CATCHER. Jam Handy Organization for the Chevrolet Division,
    General Motors Corp. © 1950. 1 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Jam Handy
    Organization. Inc.; 6Nov50; MU5194.

  EYE FOR AN EYE. Apex Film Corp., 1950. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © The
    Lone Ranger, Inc.; 29Jun50; LP653.

  AN EYE FOR AN EYE. SEE

    Big Town, no. 120.

    The Gray Ghost, no. 15.

  EYE OF AN ARTIST. Harry Webb and Elmer Albinson. Released by
    International Film Bureau. 21 min., sd., color, 16mm. Eastman color.
    Appl. author: Wesley H. Greene. © International Film Bureau, Inc.;
    8Oct56; MP7906.

  THE EYE OF EVIL. SEE Sergeant Preston of the Yukon, no. 42.

  THE EYE OF TRUTH. SEE Suspicion.

  EYE ON NEW YORK. Columbia Broadcasting System. 30 min. each, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.

    The Man Who Hated Christmas. © 21Dec56; LP7532.

    The Wassaic Story. © 20Oct56; MP8165.

  EYE WITNESS. Coronado-Neptune Productions, London. Released in the
    U.S. by Eagle Lion Films, Inc., 1950. 104 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Coronado Productions, Ltd.; 5Aug50 (in notice: 1949); LP371.

  THE EYE WITNESS WHO WOULDN’T SEE. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Revue Productions, Inc.; 31Dec53; LP3382.

  THE EYES HAVE IT. SEE

    Here Comes Donald.

    Private Secretary, no. 3.

  EYES IN MY BACK. SEE The Adventures of the Falcon.

  EYES IN OUTER SPACE. Walt Disney Productions. Released by Buena Vista
    Film Distribution Co. 1 reel, sd., Technicolor, 35mm. © Walt Disney
    Productions; 21Apr59; LP13830.

  THE EYES—MURDER OUT OF MIND. Teleplays, Inc., 1951. 26 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Teleplays, Inc.; 30Apr51; LP1492.

  EYES OF A STRANGER. SEE General Electric Theatre.

  EYES OF JERRY KELSO. SEE Trackdown, no. 6453.

  THE EYES OF TEXAS. SEE

    The Bob Cummings Show, no. 9.

    Judge Roy Bean.

  EYES OF THE JUNGLE. Arrow Productions. Released in the U. S. by
    Lippert Pictures, 1953. 79 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Arrow
    Productions, Inc.; 23Jun53; LP2661.

  EYES OF THE OUTLAW. SEE The Adventures of Kit Carson.

  EYES: THEIR STRUCTURE AND CARE. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of
    Esquire, Inc.; 1Sep56; MP7722.

  EYES UNDER WATER. SEE John Kieran’s Kaleidoscope no. 26.


                                   F

  F. B. I. SEE The Twentieth Century.

  F. B. I. GIRL. Jedgar Productions. Released by Lippert Pictures, 1951.
    74 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Jedgar Productions, Inc.; 18Nov51;
    LP1325.

  FDR: THIRD TERM TO PEARL HARBOR. SEE The Twentieth Century, Apr. 13,
    1958.

  THE F-5 AUTOMATIC PILOT. Lear, Inc. Made by Jam Handy Organization.
    709 ft., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.;
    31Jan55; MU5832.

  F. H. MORGAN SCHOLARSHIP SHOW. Francis H. Morgan. 400 ft., color,
    16mm. © Francis H. Morgan; 14Jan57; LU3139.

  FABIOLA. Productions Universalia, Rome. Released in the U. S. by
    United Artists Corp., 1951. A Jules Levy presentation. sd., b&w,
    35mm. Revised American version. English dialog dubbed in. Released
    in Italy under the same title in 1949. Based on the novel of the
    same title by Nicholas, Cardinal Wiseman. © Franco-London Film
    Productions, S. R. L.; 1Jun51; LP1033.

  FABRIC MAGIC. Deering, Milliken and Co. [1952] Produced by Princeton
    Film Center. 561 ft., color, 16mm. © Deering, Milliken & Co.;
    8May52; MU5449.

  THE FABULOUS COLONEL JACK. SEE Circus Boy, no. 2.

  THE FABULOUS FIREWORKS FAMILY. Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., Technicolor, 35mm. (A Terrytoon
    Cartoon) CinemaScope. © Terrytoons, a division of CBS Films, Inc.;
    23Aug59; LP14527.

  THE FABULOUS FOUNDLING. SEE It’s a Great Life.

  FABULOUS HOLLYWOOD. Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Screen Snapshots) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 5Jul56; MP7507.

  THE FABULOUS LAND. Dudley Pictures Corp. Released by Universal
    Pictures Co. 2 reels, sd., Eastman color, 35mm. (Universal
    International Color Parade) Vistarama. © Universal Pictures Co.,
    Inc.; 26Dec57; LP11601.

  FABULOUS LAS VEGAS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 18 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. CinemaScope. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
    28Sep54; MP5288.

  THE FABULOUS SENORITA. Republic, 1952. 80 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Republic Pictures Corp.; 29Feb52; LP1641.

  THE FABULOUS SYCAMORES. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 126.

  THE FACE. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 143.

  THE FACE AND THE VOICE. SEE Adventures of Superman.

  A FACE IN THE CROWD. Newtown Productions. Released by Warner Bros.
    Pictures. 126 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Newtown Productions, Inc.;
    1Jun57; LP11253.

  FACE IN THE MIRROR. Jam Handy Organization. 2,405 ft., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 4Mar57; MU6289.

  THE FACE IS FAMILIAR. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Revue Productions, Inc.; 31Dec54; LP5250.

  FACE OF A FUGITIVE. Morningside Productions. Released by Columbia
    Pictures Corp. 81 min., sd., Eastman color by Pathe, 35mm. From a
    story by Peter Dawson. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 25Apr59; LP14161.

  THE FACE OF A KILLER SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  THE FACE OF CRIME. SEE The Twentieth Century, Jan. 26, 1958.

  FACE OF EVIL. SEE M-Squad.

  THE FACE OF FEAR. SEE Inner Sanctum, no. 3.

  FACE OF FIRE. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 83 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    From the story The Monster, by Stephen Crane. © Allied Artists
    Pictures Corp.; 6Jul59 (in notice: 1958); LP14133.

  THE FACE OF JOHNNY DOLLIVER. SEE The Damon Runyon Theatre, no. 33.

  THE FACE OF JUDAS. SEE I Spy.

  THE FACE OF LINCOLN. University of Southern California, Dept of
    Cinema. 22 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © University of Southern
    California, Dept. of Cinema; 1Dec55; MP7141.

  THE FACE OF MURDER. SEE Man with a Camera.

  FACE OF THE DEAD. SEE

    The Adventures of McGraw.

    Inner Sanctum, no. 31.

  FACE OF THE EARTH. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films in affiliation with
    Paul Burnford Productions in association with Arthur L. Swerdloff.
    11 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Encyclopaedia Britannica
    Films, Inc.; 18Nov53; MP4202.

  THE FACE OF THE FUTURE. Dept. of Stewardship & Promotion, General
    Council, Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A. Made by Film
    Productions International. 30 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Presbyterian
    Church in the U. S. A.; 1Apr58 (in notice: 1957); LP11347.

  FACE OF THE LAW. Hecuba Corp. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on a
    story by Selwyn Jepson and Lance Sieveking. © Hecuba Corp; 21Feb55
    (in notice: 1954); LP4474.

  FACE OF TRUTH. SEE Alcoa-Goodyear Theatre, no. 8114.

  THE FACE ON THE RECRUITING POSTER. SEE You’ll Never Get Rich.

  FACE THE MUSIC. SEE The Black Glove.

  FACE THE NATION. Columbia Broadcasting System. 30 min. each, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc. David Ben-Gurion, Prime
    Minister of Israel. © 19Apr58; MP9129.

  FACE TO FACE. Theasquare Productions. Released by RKO Radio Pictures,
    1952. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on “The Secret Sharer,” by
    Joseph Conrad and “The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky,” by Stephen Crane.
    © Theasquare Productions, Inc.; 3Dec52; LP2179.

  FACE TO FACE WITH FATE. SEE Dos Caras Tiene el Destino.

  FACIAL REJUVENATION. SEE Confidential File.

  FACING REALITY. McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by Knickerbocker
    Productions. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Psychology for Living Series.
    Set no. 1) Correlated with the book “Psychology for Living,” by
    Sorenson and Malm. © McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.; 4Oct54; MP5220.

  FACTORIES, MINES, AND WATERWAYS: INDUSTRIAL WESTERN EUROPE. United
    World Films, 1949. Produced by Louis de Rochemont Associates. 20
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (The Earth and Its Peoples) © United World
    Films, Inc.; 1May49; MP2439.

  FACTORY SORE. Pontiac Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization.
    1 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 27Mar59;
    MU6712.

  FACTS ABOUT FILM. Phototronics, Inc., for International Film Bureau,
    1948. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © International Film Bureau, Inc.;
    17Jun48; MP1464.

  FACTS ABOUT PROJECTION. International Film Bureau, 1950. 11 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © International Film Bureau, Inc.; 26Sep50; MP1465.

  FACTS ABOUT SELF-OPENING DIE HEADS AND COLLAPSING TAPS. Greenfield Tap
    and Die Corp., Geometric Tool Co. Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 2 reels, color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Jam Handy
    Organization, Inc.; 6May54; MU5711.

  FACTS ABOUT TAPS AND TAPPING. Greenfield Tap and Die Corp. [1952]
    Produced by Jam Handy Organization. 3 reels, color, 16mm. © The Jam
    Handy Organization, Inc.; 8Oct52; MU5483.

  FACTS OF FAITH. Moody Bible Institute. Made by Moody Institute of
    Science. 37 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Moody Bible Institute of
    Chicago; 5Feb56; MP7142.

  FACTS OF FAITH. Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. Made by Moody
    Institute of Science. 28 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Sermons from
    Science) A shortened television version of the motion picture of the
    same title, with a special television introduction. © Moody Bible
    Institute of Chicago; 2Jun56; MP7452.

  FACULTY BAND. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 44.

  THE FACULTY DANCE. SEE Meet Mr. McNutley.

  FACULTY WIFE. SEE The Ray Milland Show.

  THE FAILING LIGHT. SEE Adventures of Rin-Tin-Tin, no. 59.

  FAIR CAUGHT. SEE Crunch and Des, no. 208.

  A FAIR CHANCE. National Tuberculosis Association. Made by Apex Film
    Corp. 15 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. With guide for discussion leaders. ©
    National Tuberculosis Association; 16Jun54; MP5438.

  A FAIR CHANCE FOR TOMMY. National Society for the Prevention of
    Blindness. Made by Leo Trachtenberg Films. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Leo Trachtenberg; 18Nov57; MP8597.

  A FAIR DAY’S WORK. Albert Ramond & Associates. © 1950. 475 ft., 16mm.
    © Albert Ramond & Associates; title, descr., & 4 prints, 1Mar50;
    MU5042.

  THE FAIR FREEBOOTER. SEE Yancy Derringer.

  THE FAIR-HAIRED HARE. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1951. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Bugs Bunny Special Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 15May51
    (in notice: 1950); MP1184.

  FAIR TODAY. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Universal International Color Parade) Technicolor. © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 10May54; MP4812.

  FAIR TRIAL. SEE Confidential File.

  A FAIR TRIAL. SEE Zorro, no. 9.

  FAIR WIND TO JAVA. Republic Pictures Corp., 1953. 92 min., sd., color,
    35mm. Trucolor. Based on the novel of the same title by Garland
    Roark. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 15Jan53; LP2619.

  FAIREST OF THE FINEST. RKO Pathe with the cooperation of the Bureau of
    Public Relations of the Police Department of the City of New York,
    1950. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Screenliner Series, no. 2) © RKO
    Pathe, Inc.; 6Oct50; MP847.

  FAIRNESS FOR BEGINNERS. Coronet Instructional Films. 10 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire,
    Inc.; 8Nov56; MP7934.

  FAIRWAY CHAMPIONS. (Grantland Rice Sportlight) Paramount Pictures
    Inc., 1949. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Paramount Pictures Inc.;
    6May49; MP4964.

  FAITH. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue
    Productions, Inc.; 31Dec53; LP3323.

  FAITH. SEE Celebrity Playhouse, no. 37.

  FAITHFUL CITY. RKO Radio Pictures, 1952. 86 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Moledeth film production presented by M. Yona Friedman. © RKO Radio
    Pictures, Inc.; 6Apr52; LP1785.

  THE FAITHFUL HEART. Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Revue Productions, Inc.; 21May56; LP7600.

  A FAITHFUL WITNESS. Broadman Films. 14 min., sd., color, 16mm. (BFS,
    109) Eastman color. Appl. author: Earl Waldrup. © Broadman Films;
    1Jul57; MP8343.

  THE FAKE. Pax Films, London. Released in the U. S. by United Artists
    Corp. 80 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © United Artists Corp.; 7Oct53;
    LP3091.

  THE FALL GUY. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 9 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (Pete Smith Specialty) © Loew’s Incorporated; 2Jun55 (in
    notice: 1954); MP6172.

  FALL GUY. SEE Big Town, no. 66.

  FALL HOUSECLEANING: NO. 22-60. Procter & Gamble Co. Made by
    Tatham-Laird. 1 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Procter & Gamble Co.;
    14Sep59; MP9762.

  THE FALL OF FORT SUMTER. SEE You Are There.

  THE FALL OF MONASTERIO. SEE Zorro, no. 13.

  THE FALLEN IDOL. SEE

    The Bob Cummings Show, no. 53.

    The Walter Winchell File, no. 3.

  THE FALLING ANGEL. SEE General Electric Theater.

  FALLING OUT OF THIEVES. SEE The Line-Up, no. 31.

  FALLING STAR. SEE I’m the Law, no. 26.

  THE FALLS OF FATE! SEE Perils of the Wilderness, no. 11.

  FALSE ACCUSATION. SEE The Lone Ranger.

  THE FALSE CLAIMANT. Adrian Weiss Productions, 1951. 25 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. Based on the Craig Kennedy stories by Arthur B. Reeve. ©
    Adrian Weiss Productions; 27Nov51; LP1370.

  FALSE FACES. SEE

    The Adventures of the Falcon.

    Hawkeye and the Last of the Mohicans.

  FALSE PARADISE. William Boyd Productions, 1948. 3 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. Based on characters created by Clarence E. Mulford. © Hopalong
    Cassidy Productions, Inc.; 1Jan48; LP2385.

  FALSE PROPHET. SEE Crossroads.

  FALSE TRAIL. Flying A Pictures, 1951. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Flying A Pictures, Inc.; 6Aug51; LP1115.

  FALSE WITNESS. SEE

    Hawkeye and the Last of the Mohicans.

    M-Squad.

    Trackdown, no. 6457.

    26 Men.

  THE FALSE WITNESS CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  FALSTAFF’S FUR COAT. Danziger Productions, London. Released in the U.
    S. by Paramount Pictures Corp. 27 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Calling
    Scotland Yard) © Danziger Productions, Ltd.; 1Apr54 (in notice:
    1953); LP3998.

  LA FAMILIA SANCHEZ. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1950. 11 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc.; 3Jun50;
    MP235.

  UNE FAMILLE BRETONNE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1950. 11 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc.; 3Jun50;
    MP238.

  FAMILY AFFAIR. SEE

    Man Against Crime, Mar. 25, 1953.

    Peter Gunn.

    Richard Diamond, Private Detective, no. 6835.

  FAMILY CIRCUS. United Productions of America. Released by Columbia
    Pictures Corp., 1951. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Jolly Frolics
    Cartoon) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 28Jun51; LP1429.

  FAMILY DINES OUT. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 54.

  THE FAMILY GOES TO NEW YORK. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 75.

  FAMILY JUBILEE. New York Life Insurance Co. Made by Wilding Pictures
    Productions. 13 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © New York Life
    Insurance Co.; 15Jan54 (in notice: 1953); MP4580.

  A FAMILY OF INDIA. Edward Levonian. Released by Young America Films.
    13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Edward Levonian; 17Jan55 (in notice:
    1954); MP5574.

  FAMILY PORTRAIT. SEE M-Squad.

  FAMILY REUNION. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 53.

  FAMILY REUNION, U. S. A. SEE TV Reader’s Digest.

  THE FAMILY SECRET. Santana Pictures. Released by Columbia Pictures
    Corp., 1951. 85 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Santana Pictures; 22Aug51;
    LP1119.

  FAMILY SKELETON. SEE

    Inner Sanctum, no. 26.

    Those Whiting Girls, no. 22.

  FAMILY SPECIAL. SEE Navy Log.

  FAMILY TIES. SEE Judge Roy Bean.

  FAMILY TREE. SEE The Ray Milland Show.

  THE FAMILY WAY. SEE People’s Choice, no. 21.

  FAMOUS. SEE Just for You.

  FAMOUS BATTERIES. Jam Handy Organization for United Motors Service. ©
    1950. 6 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.;
    23Oct50; MU5171.

  FAMOUS CARTOONISTS. SEE Screen Snapshots, series 29.

  FAMOUS FIGHTS. International Boxing Club of New York. Made by Winik
    Films Corp. 12 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © International Boxing
    Club of New York, Inc.

    1. Marciano Vs. Walcott. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7730.

    2. Robinson Vs. Turpin. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7731.

    3. Gavilan Vs. Cartier. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7732.

    4. Castellani Vs. Durando. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7733.

    5. LaStarza Vs. Bucceroni. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7734.

    6. Pep Vs. Saddler. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7735.

    7. Henry Vs. Baker. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7736.

    8. Patterson Vs. Troy. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7737.

    9. Ryff Vs. Zulueta. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7738.

    10. Marciano Vs. Charles. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7739.

    11. Saddler Vs. DeMarco. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7740.

    12. Olson Vs. Turpin. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7741.

    13. Martinez Vs. Casillio and Jackson Vs. Valdes. © 5Jan56 (in
      notice: 1955); MP7742.

    14. Pep Vs. Famechon. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7743.

    15. Marciano Vs. Louis. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7744.

    16. Layne Vs. Satterfield. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7745.

    17. Murphy Vs. Bucceroni. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7746.

    18. Charles Vs. Oma. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7747.

    19. Gavilan Vs. Hairston. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7748.

    20. Graziano Vs. Janiro. © 6Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7749.

    21. Basilio Vs. DeMarco. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7750.

    22. Marciano Vs. Charles (rematch) © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955);
      MP7751.

    23. Wallace Vs. Wilson (two fights) © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955);
      MP7752.

    24. Patterson Vs. Gannon. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7753.

    25. Olson Vs. Hairston. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7754.

    26. Moore Vs. Johnston. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7755.

    27. Gavilan Vs. Young. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7756.

    28. Castellani Vs. Bratton. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7757.

    29. Villemain Vs. Nardico. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7758.

    30. DeMarco Vs. Carter. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7759.

    31. Marciano Vs. Cockell. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7760.

    32. Pep Vs. Perez and Giardello Vs. Cartier. © 5Jan56 (in notice:
      1955); MP7761.

    33. Martinez Vs. Andrews. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7762.

    34. Graham Vs. Young. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7763.

    35. Marciano Vs. Walcott (rematch) © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955);
      MP7764.

    36. Charles Vs. Norkus. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7765.

    37. Vejar Vs. DeFazio. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7766.

    38. Giardello Vs. Troy. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7767.

    39. Johnson Vs. Andrews. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7768.

    40. Hairston Vs. Young and Satterfield Vs. Brothers. © 5Jan56 (in
      notice: 1955); MP7769.

    41. Saddler Vs. Davis. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7770.

    42. Giardello Vs. Panter. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7771.

    43. Martinez Vs. Vejar. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7772.

    44. Jackson Vs. Norkus. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7901.

    45. Marciano Vs. Moore. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7773.

    46. Giardello Vs. Langlois. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7774.

    47. Bassett Vs. Perez. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7775.

    48. Turner Vs. Fuentes. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7776.

    49. Carter Vs. Araujo. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7777.

    50. Graham Vs. Vejar. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7778.

    51. Olson Vs. Young. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7779.

    52. Maxim Vs. Robinson. © 5Jan56 (in notice: 1955); MP7780.

  FAMOUS FIRST. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 4 motion pictures (1 min. each), color, 35mm. Eastman
    color. © Chevrolet Motor Division of General Motors Corp.; 9Mar54;
    MU5634, MU5638-5640.

  THE FANCY DAN. SEE Sergeant Preston of the Yukon.

  FANCY FEMMES. Candl Productions, 1952. 18 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Candl Productions, Inc.; 15May52; MP2654.

  FANCY PANTS. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1950. 92 min., sd., color,
    35mm. Based on the story, “Ruggles of Red Gap,” by Harry Leon
    Wilson. © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 13Jul50; LP402.

  FANFAN THE TULIP. Filmsonor, Paris, Ariane Films, Paris and Giuseppe
    Amato, Rome. Released in the U. S. by Lopert Films. 96 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. In French with English titles and commentary. Based on a
    story by Rene Wheeler and Rene Fallet. © Filmsonor; 20Mar52; LP4510.

  FANGS OF THE ARCTIC. Allied Artists Productions. Released by Monogram
    Pictures Corp., 1953. 62 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a story by
    James Oliver Curwood. © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 18Jan53; LP2288.

  FANGS OF THE BEAST. SEE Adventures of Captain Africa, no. 12.

  FANGS OF THE WILD. Lippert Pictures. 72 min., sd. b&w. 35mm. © Jesse
    James Corp.; 7Apr54; LP3681.

  FANSTEEL, AN INDUSTRY THAT SERVES INDUSTRIES. Fansteel Metallurgical
    Corp. [1953] Produced by Vernon J. Kraft Film Productions. 28 min.,
    sd., color, 16mm. © Fansteel Metallurgical Corp.; 13Feb53; MU5510.

  THE FANTASTIC 500. SEE Speedway International.

  FANTASTICO. M. A. Machris. Approx. 103 min., sd., Eastman color, 16mm.
    © M. A. Machris; 19Jun59; MU6761.

  FANTASY OF THE SKY. Gerard H. Wayne Productions. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Gerard H. Wayne; 5Mar56; MP6931.

  FANTASYLAND. SEE Walt Disney’s Disneyland.

  FAR AWAY ISLAND. SEE The Loretta Young Show, no. 4013-14.

  THE FAR COUNTRY. Universal Pictures Co. 97 min., sd., color, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. Technicolor. © Universal Pictures
    Co., Inc.; 13May54; LP4254.

  THE FAR EAST. SEE The Ancient Orient.

  FAR EAST BASTIONS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd.,
    color, 35mm. CinemaScope. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
    17Dec54; MP6326.

  A FAR, FAR BETTER THING. Revue Production. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Revue Productions, Inc.; 31Dec53 (in notice: 1954); LP3370.

  FAR FROM ALONE. Board of Temperance of the Methodist Church. Made by
    Jam Handy Organization. 31 min., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Board of
    Temperance of the Methodist Church; 11Jun56; MU6130.

  THE FAR HORIZON. Paramount Pictures Corp. 108 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    VistaVision. Technicolor. Based on the novel Sacajawea of the
    Shoshones, by Della Gould Emmons. © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 1Jun55
    (in notice: 1954); LP4799.

  FAR WESTERN STATES. Dudley Productions. Released by Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Second edition. ©
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 3Jun55; MP6335.

  FARE THEE WELL, JOE CLARK. SEE American Wit and Humor, no. 10.

  FAREWELL APPEARANCE. Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Revue Productions, Inc.; 9Dec55; LP7136.

  FAREWELL PERFORMANCE. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Revue Productions, Inc.; 31Dec53; LP3369.

  FAREWELL SYMPHONY. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 10 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. CinemaScope. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
    12Mar54; MP5020.

  A FAREWELL TO ARMS. Selznick Co. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp. 152 min., sd., Color by DeLuxe, 35mm. CinemaScope. Based
    on the Hemingway novel and the play by Laurence Stallings. ©
    Selznick Co., Inc.; 19Dec57; LP10865.

  FAREWELL TO FORT APACHE. SEE Adventures of Rin-Tin-Tin, no. 32.

  FAREWELL TO KENNEDY. SEE General Electric Theatre.

  FAREWELL TO THE CIRCUS. SEE Circus Boy, no. 14.

  FAREWELL TO YESTERDAY: Movietonews. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp., 1950. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp.; 12Sep50; LP457.

  FARGO. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1952. 69 min., sd., sepia, 35mm. ©
    Monogram Pictures Corp.; 7Sep52; LP1990.

  THE FARGO PHANTOM. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., 1949. 25 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 29Nov49; LP2810.

  THE FARM. SEE Crusader.

  FARM ANIMALS. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Second edition. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    Inc.; 6Feb57; MP8142.

  THE FARM OF TOMORROW. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 7 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. © Loew’s Incorporated; 11Aug54 (in
    notice: 1953); LP3893.

  THE FARMER. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films; 5May54 (in
    notice: 1953); MP5885.

  THE FARMER AND THE BELLE. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Popeye the Sailor Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    2Jan51; LP776.

  FARMER FISHERMEN: NORWAY. United World Films, 1948. Produced by Louis
    de Rochemont Associates. 20 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (The Earth and Its
    Peoples) © United World Films, Inc.; 1Dec48; MP2424.

  THE FARMER TAKES A WIFE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 9 reels,
    sd., color, 35mm. Based on a stage play by Frank B. Elser and Marc
    Connelly. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 4Jun53; LP2923.

  FARMERS OF INDIA: THE MIDDLE GANGES VALLEY. United World Films, 1949.
    Produced by Louis de Rochemont Associates. 20 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (The Earth and Its Peoples) © United World Films, Inc.; 1Apr49;
    MP2436.

  FARMER’S WIFE. SEE Jane Wyman Theatre.

  FARMING IN SOUTH CHINA: SI RIVER VALLEY. United World Films, 1950.
    Produced by Louis de Rochemont Associates. 20 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (The Earth and Its Peoples) © United World Films, Inc.; 1Nov50 (in
    notice: 1949); MP2458.

  FARMS AND TOWNS OF SLOVAKIA: A DANUBE RIVER COUNTRY. United World
    Films, 1949. Produced by Louis de Rochemont Associates. 20 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. (The Earth and Its Peoples) © United World Films,
    Inc.; 1Feb49; MP2438.

  FARMYARD BABIES. Coronet, 1952. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © John Smart;
    1Dec52; MP3159.

  FARO BILL’S LAYOUT. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 374.

  THE FAROE ISLANDS FAMILY. A/S Nordisk films kompagni and Statens
    filmcentral, Copenhagen. Released in the U. S. by Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. With film guide. ©
    Statens filmcentral; 19Oct53; MP5215.

  FARRAND STORY. SEE Trackdown, no. 8225.

  FARTHER DOWN EAST. (Grantland Rice Sportlight) Paramount Pictures
    Inc., 1950. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    20Jan50 (in notice: 1949); MP4985.

  FASCINACION. (Fascination) Emelco, Argentina. Released in the U. S. by
    Importadora. 87 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Importadora, Inc.; 15Jan58;
    LP11634.

  FASCINATING HOBBY. National Bank of Detroit. Made by Campbell-Ewald
    Co. 20 sec. Appl. author: Robert S. McTyre. © Campbell-Ewald Co.;
    28Nov56; MU6217.

  FASCINATION. SEE Fascinacion.

  FASHION MODEL. SEE Meet Mr. McNutley.

  FASHION SHOW. SEE The Charlie Farrell Show.

  FASHIONS: PARIS DATELINE. Time Inc., 1951. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    The Philadelphia Inquirer; 11Sep51; MP1762.

  FAST AND FOOLISH. RKO Radio Pictures, 1951. 15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Comedy Special, no. 2) © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 23Nov51; LP1418.

  FAST BREAK. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  FAST COMPANY. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s, 1953. 67 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a story by Eustace Cockrell. © Loew’s
    Incorporated; 7Apr53; LP2500.

  FAST FREIGHT. RKO-Pathe, 15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © RKO-Pathe, Inc.;
    22Dec54; MP5622.

  FAST ON THE DRAW. Lippert Productions, Inc., 1950. 55 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Lippert Productions, Inc.; 1Jun50; LP161.

  FASTER AND FASTER. Vitaphone Corp. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Warner
    Specials) A Warner Bros. short subject. © Vitaphone Corp.; 21Jan56;
    MP7962.

  THE FASTER GUN. SEE Tales of Wells Fargo.

  THE FASTEST GUN ALIVE. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 89
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the story The Last Notch, by Frank D.
    Gilroy. © Loew’s Incorporated; 13Jun56; LP6622.

  THE FASTEST WAY. Jam Handy Organization for the Doehler-Jarvis Corp. ©
    1951. 28 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.;
    29Jan51; MU5273.

  THE FAT MAN. Universal International Pictures Co., 1951. 77 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 18Apr51 (in notice:
    1950); LP872.

  THE FATAL BULLET. Range Rider Productions, 1951. 25 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Range Rider Productions; 28Dec51; LP1396.

  THE FATAL CHARM. SEE Alcoa-Goodyear Theatre, no. 8146.

  FATAL CREST. SEE Navy Log.

  FATAL FIGURES. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  FATAL FRAUD. SEE The Whistler, no. 13.

  THE FATAL HOUR. SEE

    Combat Sergeant.

    Inner Sanctum, no. 38.

  FATAL MEMORY. SEE Wanted: Dead or Alive, no. 6304.

  THE FATAL SHOT. SEE The Great Adventures of Captain Kidd, no. 2.

  A FATAL SIGNAL. SEE The Adventures of Ellery Queen.

  FATAL WARNING. SEE The Man Behind the Badge.

  FATE OF A CHILD. Produced for the United Nations Department of Public
    Information under the supervision of the Films and Visual
    Information Division, 1950. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © United
    Nations; 18Oct50; MP695.

  FATE OF JOHN THE BAPTIST. Cathedral Films. 30 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (The Living Christ Series, no. 9) With teacher’s study guide.
    Screenplay, Arthur T. Horman. © Cathedral Films, Inc.; 1Feb57;
    MP8076.

  FATE TRAVELS EAST. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 180.

  FATHER. SEE Lassie.

  FATHER AND SON. SEE

    Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

    Big Town, no. 20.

    The Gray Ghost, no. 28.

    Whirlybirds, no. 50.

  FATHER AND SON NIGHT. SEE General Electric Theatre.

  FATHER AND THE BICYCLE. SEE Life with Father, no. 18.

  FATHER AND THE BURGLAR. SEE Life with Father, no. 15.

  FATHER AND THE CIRCUS. SEE Life with Father, no. 19.

  FATHER AND THE COACHMAN. SEE Life with Father, no. 24.

  FATHER AND THE DANCING LESSON. SEE Life with Father, no. 7.

  FATHER AND THE DRESS SUIT. SEE Life with Father, no. 16.

  FATHER AND THE FRENCH CONSUL. SEE Life with Father, no. 8.

  FATHER AND THE HEIRESS. SEE Life with Father, no. 21.

  FATHER AND THE NOBLEST INSTRUMENT. SEE Life with Father, no. 14.

  FATHER AND THE SEA CAPTAIN. SEE Life with Father, no. 6.

  FATHER AND YOUNG LOVE. SEE Life with Father, no. 17.

  THE FATHER BROWN STORIES. SEE The Detective.

  FATHER BUYS A HORSE. SEE Life with Father, no. 13.

  FATHER DELIVERS THE PAPERS. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 24.

  FATHER DOES A LAND-OFFICE BUSINESS. SEE Life with Father, Pilot.

  FATHER ELLEN. SEE Lassie.

  FATHER FORGETS. Lewman and Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Lewman Ltd., & Revue Productions, Inc.; 13Nov56;
    LP7661.

  FATHER GILHOOLEY. SEE The Millionaire.

  FATHER GOES GALLIVANTING. SEE Life with Father, no. 25.

  FATHER GOES TO THE OPERA. SEE Life with Father, no. 2.

  FATHER HAS A BAD NIGHT. SEE Life with Father, no. 20.

  FATHER HAS A BIRTHDAY. SEE Life with Father, no. 1A.

  FATHER HAS A POOR CHRISTMAS. SEE Life with Father, no. 3.

  FATHER HAS AN EARLY SPRING. SEE Life with Father, no. 22.

  FATHER HAS HIS PICTURE TAKEN. SEE Life with Father, no. 4.

  FATHER HIRES A SECRETARY. SEE Life with Father, no. 26.

  FATHER IS A BACHELOR. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 84 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 25Feb50; LP2905.

  FATHER IS A DOPE. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 36.

  FATHER IS QUARANTINED. SEE Life with Father, no. 12.

  FATHER KNOWS BEST. Screen Gems. 30 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. unless
    otherwise indicated. © Screen Gems, Inc.

    1. Bud Takes Up the Dance. © 3Oct54; LP10742.

    2. Lesson in Citizenship. © 10Oct54; LP10743.

    3. Motor Scooters. © 17Oct54; LP10744.

    4. Football Tickets. © 24Oct54; LP10745.

    5. Live My Own Life. © 31Oct54; LP11965.

    6. Grandpa Jim’s Rejuvenation. © 7Nov54; LP10746.

    7. Bud’s Encounter with the Law. 35mm. © 14Nov54; LP10747.

    8. Thanksgiving Day. © 21Nov54; LP10748.

    9. Second Honeymoon. © 28Nov54; LP10749.

    10. Typical Father. © 5Dec54; LP11967.

    11. Margaret goes dancing. 35mm. © 12Dec54; LP10750.

    12. The Christmas Story. © 19Dec54; LP10751.

    13. Sparrow at the Window. © 26Dec54; LP11966.

    14. Boy’s Week. 35mm. © 2Jan55; LP10752.

    15. A Friend of Old George’s. © 9Jan55; LP11961.

    16. Bud the Snob. © 16Jan55; LP10753.

    17. The Promised Playhouse. © 23Jan55; LP11962.

    18. Jim the Farmer. © 30Jan55; LP10754.

    19. Father of the Year. 35mm. © 6Feb55; LP10755.

    20. The Mink Coat. 35mm. © 13Feb55; LP10756.

    21. The Matchmaker. 35mm. © 20Feb55; LP10757.

    22. Bud, the Bridesmaid. © 27Feb55; LP11963.

    23. Proud Father. 35mm. © 6Mar55; LP10758.

    24. Father Delivers the Papers. 35mm. © 13Mar55; LP10759.

    25. No Partiality. © 20Mar55; LP11964.

    26. Close Decision. © 27Mar55; LP11960.

    27. Art of Salesmanship. © 31Aug55; LP10668.

    28. Father’s Private Life. © 7Sep55; LP10667.

    29. Lesson in Civics. © 14Sep55; LP10669.

    30. First Disillusionment. © 21Sep55; LP10670.

    31. Woman in the House. © 28Sep55; LP10671.

    32. New Girl at School. © 5Oct55; LP10673.

    33. Kathy Makes Magic. © 12Oct55; LP10674.

    34. Advantage to Betty. © 19Oct55; LP10675.

    35. The Big Test. © 26Oct55; LP10676.

    36. Father Is a Dope. © 2Nov55; LP10677.

    37. The Spirit of Youth. © 9Nov55; LP10678.

    38. Bud, the Lady Killer. © 16Nov55; LP10681.

    39. Margaret’s Premonition. © 30Nov55; LP10679.

    40. Stage to Yuma. © 7Dec55; LP10680.

    41. Bad Influence. © 14Dec55; LP10682.

    42. Betty Hates Carter. © 28Dec55; LP10683.

    43. Jim, the Tyrant. © 4Jan56; LP10666.

    44. Betty’s Brother. © 11Jan56 (in notice: 1955); LP10686.

    45. Betty Earns a Formal. © 18Jan56 (in notice: 1955); LP10685.

    46. The House Painter. © 25Jan56 (in notice: 1955); LP10684.

    47. Bud, the Wallflower. © 1Feb56; LP10654.

    48. Bus to Nowhere. © 8Feb56; LP10653.

    49. Kathy, the Indian Giver. © 15Feb56; LP10652.

    50. The Historical Andersons. © 22Feb56; LP10651.

    51. The Grass Is Greener. © 29Feb56; LP10650.

    52. The Persistent Guest. © 7Mar56; LP10665.

    53. Family Reunion. © 14Mar56; LP10663.

    54. Family Dines Out. © 28Mar56 (in notice: 1955); LP10672.

    55. Bud, the Boxer. © 4Apr56; LP10662.

    56. Betty, Girl Engineer. © 11Apr56; LP10661.

    57. The Martins and the Coys. © 18Apr56; LP10664.

    58. Dilemma for Margaret. © 25Apr56; LP10660.

    59. Hero Father. © 2May56; LP10659.

    60. Father, the Naturalist. © 9May56; LP10658.

    61. The $10.00 Question. © 16May56; LP10657.

    62. Adopted Daughter. © 23May56; LP10656.

    63. Betty’s Graduation. © 30May56; LP10655.

    64. No Apron Strings. © 12Sep56; LP10718.

    65. Never the Twain. © 19Sep56; LP10722.

    66. Betty Goes to College. © 26Sep56; LP10717.

    67. Man About Town. © 3Oct56; LP10721.

    68. The Homing Pigeon. © 10Oct56; LP10720.

    69. Spaghetti for Margaret. © 17Oct56; LP10719.

    70. Betty’s Birthday. © 24Oct56; LP10728.

    71. Bud, the Millionaire. © 31Oct56; LP10729.

    72. The Old Days. © 7Nov56; LP10733.

    73. Whistle Bait. © 14Nov56; LP10732.

    74. The Great Guy. © 21Nov56; LP10731.

    75. The Family Goes to New York. © 28Nov56; LP10730.

    76. Betty Goes Steady. © 5Dec56; LP10725.

    77. The Good Prospect. © 12Dec56; LP10724.

    78. The Angel’s Sweater. © 19Dec56 (in notice: 1957); LP10704.

    79. The Promising Young Man. © 26Dec56; LP10723.

    80. Margaret Hires a Gardener. © 2Jan57 (in notice: 1956); LP10727.

    81. Swiss Family Anderson. © 9Jan57 (in notice: 1956); LP10726.

    82. Brief Holiday. © 16Jan57 (in notice: 1956); LP10735.

    83. The Lawn Party. © 23Jan57 (in notice: 1956); LP10736.

    84. Short Wave. © 30Jan57 (in notice: 1956); LP10737.

    85. Carnival. © 6Feb57 (in notice: 1956); LP10738.

    86. Betty and the Jet Pilot. © 13Feb57 (in notice: 1956); LP10740.

    87. A Trip to Hillsborough. © 20Feb57 (in notice: 1956); LP10734.

    88. An Evening To Remember. © 27Feb57 (in notice: 1956); LP10706.

    89. Bud Buys a Car. © 13Mar57 (in notice: 1956); LP10707.

    90. Safety First. © 20Mar57 (in notice: 1956); LP10708.

    91. Bud, the Hero. © 27Mar57 (in notice: 1956); LP10709.

    92. Betty, Track Star. © 3Apr57 (in notice: 1956); LP10710.

    93. The Spelling Bee. © 17Apr57 (in notice: 1956); LP10705.

    94. Bud, the Philanthropist. © 24Apr57 (in notice: 1956); LP10711.

    95. Baby in the House. © 1May57 (in notice: 1956); LP10712.

    96. Class Prophecy. © 8May57 (in notice: 1956); LP10714.

    97. The Art of Romance. © 15May57 (in notice: 1956); LP10715.

    98. Margaret Disowns Her Family. © 22May57 (in notice: 1956);
      LP10713.

    99. Grandpa Retires. © 29May57 (in notice: 1956); LP10716.

    100. Shoot for the Moon. © 5Jun57 (in notice: 1956); LP10739.

    101. Follow the Leader. © 25Sep57; LP12182.

    102. The Awkward Hero. © 2Oct57; LP12183.

    103. The Good Neighbor. © 9Oct57; LP11377.

    104. Bud the Executive. © 16Oct57; LP12186.

    105. Sentenced to Happiness. © 23Oct57; LP12188.

    106. Mother Goes to School. © 30Oct57; LP12187.

    107. The Indispensable Man. © 6Nov57; LP12180.

    108. Kathy’s Big Chance. © 13Nov57; LP12181.

    109. Margaret Learns To Drive. © 20Nov57; LP12185.

    110. The Way of the Dictator. © 4Dec57; LP12189.

    111. Mr. Beal Meets His Match. © 11Dec57; LP12184.

    112. Kathy Makes a Wish. © 25Dec57; LP12190.

    113. Man with a Plan. © 1Jan58; LP12191.

    114. Big Sister. © 8Jan58; LP12193.

    115. Calypso Bus. © 15Jan58; LP12192.

    116. Father’s Biography. © 22Jan58; LP11378.

    117. The Rivals. © 29Jan58; LP11379.

    118. Bud, the Mind Reader. © 5Feb58; LP11380.

    119. Margaret’s Other Family. © 12Feb58; LP11381.

    120. The Trial. © 19Feb58; LP11382.

    121. Revenge Is Sweet. © 26Feb58; LP11383.

    122. Country Cousin. © 5Mar58; LP11384.

    123. Poor Old Dad. © 12Mar58; LP11385.

    124. Betty’s Crusade. © 19Mar58; LP11386.

    125. Young Love. © 26Mar58; LP11387.

    126. Tell It to Mom. © 2Apr58; LP11388.

    127. A Friend in Need. © 16Apr58; LP11389.

    128. Medal for Margaret. © 23Apr58; LP11780.

    129. The Weaker Sex. © 30Apr58; LP12705.

    130. Jim, the Answer Man. © 14May58; LP12706.

    131. Bud Quits School. © 21May58; LP12704.

    132. A Matter of Pride. © 4Jun58; LP12703.

    133. Betty Finds a Cause. © 11Jun58; LP12702.

  FATHER KNOWS BEST. SEE John Kieran’s Kaleidoscope, no. 79.

  FATHER MAKES GOOD. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1950. 61 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the story “Journey at Sunrise” by D. D. Beauchamp. ©
    Monogram Pictures Corp.; 7May50; LP163.

  FATHER MAKES MAGIC. SEE Life with Father, no. 9.

  FATHER OF THE BRIDE. Loew’s Inc., 1950. An MGM picture. 93 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on Edward Streeter’s novel of the same title. ©
    Loew’s Inc.; 9May50; LP134.

  FATHER OF THE CRIME. SEE Sergeant Preston of the Yukon.

  A FATHER OF THE SOUTHWEST. Avalon Daggett Productions. 13 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. Eastman color. © Avalon Daggett; 25Sep56; MP7657.

  FATHER OF THE YEAR. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 19.

  FATHER READS ROBINSON CRUSOE. SEE Life with Father, no. 10.

  FATHER SENDS A LETTER TO THE EDITOR. SEE Life with Father, no. 5.

  FATHER - SON. SEE The Sheriff of Cochise, no. 7.

  FATHER TAKES A TRIP. SEE Life with Father, no. 23.

  FATHER TAKES THE AIR. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1951. 60 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 17Jun51; LP1015.

  FATHER, THE NATURALIST. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 60.

  FATHERS ARE PEOPLE. Walt Disney Productions. Released by RKO Radio
    Pictures, 1951. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Goofy Cartoon) © Walt
    Disney Productions; 9Jul51; LP1388.

  FATHER’S BIOGRAPHY. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 116.

  FATHER’S DAY OFF. Walt Disney Productions. Released by RKO Radio
    Pictures, 1952. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Goofy Cartoon)
    Technicolor. © Walt Disney Productions; 24Sep52; LP2555.

  FATHERS GO AWAY TO WORK. Thomas J. Stanton. Made by Pat Dowling. 11
    min., sd., color, 16mm. © Pat Dowling Pictures; 1Mar59; MP9424.

  FATHER’S LETTER TO THE EDITOR. SEE Life with Father, no. 5.

  FATHER’S LION. Walt Disney Productions. Released by RKO Radio
    Pictures, 1951. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Goofy Cartoon) © Walt
    Disney Productions; 13Sep51; LP1390.

  FATHER’S LITTLE DIVIDEND. Loew’s. 1951. An MGM picture. 81 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on characters created by Edward Streeter. © Loew’s
    Inc.; 20Feb51 (in notice: 1950); LP719.

  FATHER’S PRIVATE LIFE. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 28.

  FATHER’S SECOND HONEYMOON. SEE Life with Father, no. 11.

  FATHER’S WEEK END. Walt Disney Productions. Released by RKO Radio
    Pictures, 1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Goofy Cartoon)
    Technicolor. © Walt Disney Productions; 18Feb53; LP2553.

  FATHER’S WILD GAME. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1950. 60 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on the story, “A-Hunting We Will Go,” by D. D.
    Beauchamp. © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 3Dec50; LP585.

  FAUST AND THE DEVIL. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 87 min., b&w,
    35mm. In Italian with English titles. © Columbia Pictures Corp.;
    1May50; LP470.

  THE FAVOR. SEE Wanted: Dead or Alive, no. 6316.

  FAVOR FOR A FRIEND. SEE The Whistler, no. 21.

  A FAVORITE EVERYWHERE. Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp.
    [1952] Produced by Jam Handy Organization. 72 ft., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Chevrolet Division, General Motors Corp.; 23Apr52; MU5430.

  THE FAVORITE SON. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 116.

  FAWN. SEE

    Gunsmoke.

    Lassie.

  FAYGO UPTOWN BUFFET. Faygo Beverage Co. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 12 sec., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization,
    Inc.; 5Mar59; MU6669.

  FAYGO UPTOWN SODA. Faygo Beverage Co. Made by Jam Handy Organization.
    12 sec., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 5Mar59;
    MU6671.

  FAYGO UPTOWN TEEN PARTY. Faygo Beverage Co. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 12 sec., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization,
    Inc.; 5Mar59; MU6670.

  FEAR. SEE

    Crusader.

    Trackdown, no. 6451.

    Whirlybirds, no. 60.

  FEAR AND DESIRE. Stanley Kubrick. Released by Joseph Burstyn, Inc.,
    1953. 68 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Martin Perveler; 30Mar53 (in
    notice: 1952); LP2595.

  FEAR HAS BLACK WINGS. SEE This Is My Love.

  FEAR HAS MANY FACES. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 170.

  FEAR, INC. SEE Big Town, no. 54.

  FEAR ME NOT. SEE The Loretta Young Show.

  FEAR OF FLYING. SEE Steve Canyon, no. 9208.

  FEAR STRIKES OUT. Paramount Pictures Corp. 100 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on a story by Jimmy Piersall and Al Hirshberg. © Paramount
    Pictures Corp.; 9Mar57 (in notice: 1956); LP7782.

  FEARFUL COURAGE. SEE Zane Grey Theatre, no. 9402.

  FEARLESS FAGAN. Loew’s, 1952. 79 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer picture. © Loew’s Inc.; 3Jul52; LP1867.

  FEARLESS FOSDICK IN BATULA. SEE Batula.

  FEARLESS FOSDICK IN EVIL EYE FLEAGLE SEE Evil Eye Fleagle.

  FEARLESS FOSDICK IN FRANK N. STEIN. SEE Frank N. Stein.

  FEARLESS FOSDICK IN LONELY HEARTS. SEE Lonely Hearts.

  FEARLESS FOSDICK IN MATCH HEAD. SEE Match Head.

  FEARLESS FOSDICK IN MR. DITTO. SEE Mr. Ditto.

  FEARLESS FOSDICK IN SWENN GOLLY. SEE Swenn Golly.

  FEARLESS FOSDICK IN THE FROG MAN. SEE The Frog Man.

  FEARLESS FOSDICK IN THE HAUNTED HOUSE. SEE The Haunted House.

  FEARLESS FOSDICK IN THE ICE MAN. SEE The Ice Man.

  FEARLESS FOSDICK IN THE ONION RING. SEE The Onion Ring.

  FEARLESS FOSDICK IN THE SLEEP WALKER. SEE The Sleep Walker.

  FEARLESS FOSDICK IN THE SUIT. SEE The Suit.

  THE FEARMAKERS. Pacemaker Productions. Released by United Artists
    Corp. 83 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. From a novel by Darwin L. Teilhet. ©
    Pacemaker Productions, Inc.; 1Oct58; LP12508.

  FEAST AND FURIOUS. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1952. 6 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Noveltoon Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 26Dec52;
    MP3125.

  FEATHER BLUSTER. Warner Bros. Pictures. 7 min., sd., Technicolor,
    35mm. (Merrie Melodie Cartoon) © Vitaphone Corp.; 10May58 (in
    notice: 1957); MP9688.

  FEATHER DUSTED. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Merrie Melodies Cartoon) Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 15Jan55
    (in notice: 1954); MP6824.

  FEATHERED BULLETS. RKO Pathe, 1951. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Sportscope) © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 14Dec51; MP2322.

  THE FEATHERED SERPENT. SEE Sky King, no. 35.

  FEATHERWEIGHT CHAMP. SEE Dinky in Featherweight Champ.

  FEATURE PICTURE. Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp. [1952]
    Produced by Jam Handy Organization. 75 ft., color, 35mm. © Chevrolet
    Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 25Apr52; MU5441.

  FEATURE STORY. GMC Truck & Coach Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 28 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © GMC Truck &
    Coach Division, General Motors Corp.; 16Apr57; MU6319.

  FEATURES. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co. 80 sec.
    Appl. author: Robert S. McTyre. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 3Dec56;
    MU6236.

  FEBRUARY GIRL. SEE Peter Gunn.

  FEDAR. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  FEDERAL AGENT AT LARGE. Republic Productions, Inc., 1950. 60 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 23Mar50; LP2957.

  THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT: THE PLAN OF ORGANIZATION. Coronet, 1951. 13
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © David A. Smart; 22Feb51; MP982.

  FEDERAL MAN. Jack Schwarz Productions. Released by Eagle Lion Films,
    Inc., 1950. 67 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Jack Schwarz Productions;
    5Jun50; LP132.

  THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM; Origin, Purposes and Functions.
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1950. 23 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc.; 5Oct50; MP686.

  FEED THE KITTY. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1952. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Merrie Melodies Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 17Feb52 (in notice:
    1951); MP2059.

  FEEDIN’ THE KIDDIE. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 7 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. (Tom and Jerry Cartoon) CinemaScope. Perspecta
    Sound. Technicolor. © Loew’s Incorporated; 31Dec56; LP8911.

  FEELING HIS OATS. SEE Fury.

  THE FEELING IS MUTUAL. SEE The Frank Sinatra Show.

  FEELING LEFT OUT? SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT. Coronet, 1951. 13 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © David A. Smart; 29Nov51; MP1975.

  FEET. SEE Science Pictures, no. 9.

  FELINE FRAME-UP. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Looney Tune Cartoon) Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 28Dec53;
    MP5694.

  FELINEOUS ASSAULT. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., Technicolor,
    35mm. (Herman & Katnip Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 30Dec58;
    LP12801.

  FELIPE FUE DESGRACIADO. (Felipe Was Unlucky) Producciones Antonio
    Badu, Mexico. Released in the U. S. by Clasa-Mohme. 63 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Importadora, Inc.; 1Jun47; LP11571.

  FELIPE WAS UNLUCKY. SEE Felipe Fue Desgraciado.

  FELIX AND HALLOWE’EN NIGHT. Felix the Cat Productions. 15 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (The Adventures of Felix the Cat) © Felix the Cat
    Productions, Inc.; 4Jun55; LP5358.

  FELIX GOES TO CHINA. Felix the Cat Productions. 15 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (The Adventures of Felix the Cat) © Felix the Cat Productions,
    Inc.; 15Apr55; LP4677.

  FELIX HITS THE DECK. Felix the Cat Productions. 15 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (The Adventures of Felix the Cat) © Felix the Cat Productions,
    Inc.; 4Jun55; LP5356.

  FELIX IN OUTER SPACE. Felix the Cat Productions. 15 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (The Adventures of Felix the Cat) © Felix the Cat Productions,
    Inc.; 28May55; LP4780.

  FELIX MEETS CALAMITY JANE. Felix the Cat Productions. 17 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (The Adventures of Felix the Cat) © Felix the Cat
    Productions, Inc.; 14May55; LP4779.

  FELIX’ NON STOP FRIGHT. Felix the Cat Productions. 15 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (The Adventures of Felix the Cat) © Felix the Cat Productions,
    Inc.; 21May55; LP4781.

  FELIX’ PAY DAY. Felix the Cat Productions. 16 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (The Adventures of Felix the Cat) © Felix the Cat Productions, Inc.;
    4Jun55; LP5357.

  FELIX PLAYS ROMEOW. Felix the Cat Productions. 15 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (The Adventures of Felix the Cat) © Felix the Cat Productions,
    Inc.; 22Apr55; LP4793.

  FELIX SEEKS DREAMLAND. Felix the Cat Productions. 15 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (The Adventures of Felix the Cat) © Felix the Cat Productions,
    Inc.; 30Apr55; LP4678.

  FELIX STRIKES OIL. Felix the Cat Productions. 15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (The Adventures of Felix the Cat) © Felix the Cat Productions, Inc.;
    18Jun55; LP5355.

  FELIX, THE FOURTH. SEE Telephone Time.

  FELT PEN SKETCHING. Larry Dawson Productions. 11 min., sd., color,
    16mm. Eastman color. © Larry Dawson Productions; 15Dec56; MP7830.

  THE FEMALE ANIMAL. Universal International. Released by Universal
    Pictures Co. 84 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. CinemaScope. Based on a story
    by Albert Zugsmith. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 26Dec57;
    LP10315.

  FEMALE JUNGLE. Burt Kaiser Productions. Released by American Releasing
    Corp. 70 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a story by Burt Kaiser. ©
    Burt Kaiser Productions, Inc.; 5Mar56; LP8167.

  FEMALE ON THE BEACH. Universal Pictures Co. 97 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. Based on the play The Besieged
    Heart, by Robert Hill. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 20Jun55;
    LP5185.

  FEMININE RHYTHM. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1952. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (World of Sports) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 21Feb52; MP2177.

  THE FEMININE TOUCH. SEE Those Whiting Girls, no. 16.

  FEMME FATALE. SEE Private Secretary, no. 1.

  FENCE RIDERS. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1950. 57 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 19Feb50; LP4.

  THE FENCING CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  THE FENTON TOUCH. SEE General Electric Theatre.

  FENWICK ARMS. SEE December Bride.

  FERNS. SEE John Kieran’s Kaleidoscope, no. 81.

  FERRYBOAT. SEE

    Big Town, no. 106.

    Man Against Crime, Jan. 14, 1953.

  FERTILIZER FROM LIMESTONE. SEE Michigan Film Strips, set 1: Michigan’s
    Mineral Storehouse Series, no. 1.

  THE FESTIVAL. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 31.

  FESTIVAL DAYS. Vitaphone Corp. 17 min., sd., color, 35mm. A Warner
    Bros. short subject. Warnercolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 15Aug55;
    MP7527.

  FESTIVAL OF JUDO. Leo-Costa Film Productions. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    © Joseph Costa; 19Sep56; MP7596.

  THE FESTIVE SEASON. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  THE FEUD. William Boyd Productions, 1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Based on characters created by Clarence E. Mulford. © William Boyd
    Productions, Inc.; 28Oct52; LP2336.

  THE FEUD. SEE

    Blondie.

    Fury.

    Lassie.

    Tales of Wells Fargo.

    Trackdown, no. 6419.

  FEUD AT FRIENDSHIP CITY. Range Rider Productions, 1952. 3 reels, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Ranger Rider Productions; 16Dec52; LP2147.

  FEUDIN’ FOOLS. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1952. 63 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 21Jul52; LP1825.

  FEUDING FRIENDS. SEE Gene Autry Series, no. 89.

  FEUERWERK. SEE Oh! My Pa-Pa.

  FIDDLE DEE DEAD. SEE State Trooper.

  FIDDLER’S GREEN. SEE The Raging Tide.

  FIDELIO. SEE Italian in Algiers.

  FIDO BETA KAPPA. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Noveltoon Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 29Oct54; LP4114.

  FIE, FIE, FIFI. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue
    Productions, Inc.; 31Dec54; LP4983.

  THE FIELD. SEE Navy Log.

  FIELD AND SCREAM. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 7 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. © Loew’s Incorporated; 20Oct54 (in
    notice: 1953); LP4725.

  FIELD DRESSING OF BIG GAME. Los Alamos Chapter, Izaak Walton League of
    America, with the cooperation of New Mexico Dept. of Game & Fish. 15
    min., sd., color, 16mm. © Los Alamos Chapter, Izaak Walton League of
    America; 16Oct57; MP8600.

  FIELD TRIP. SEE The Ray Milland Show.

  FIELD TRIP TO A FISH HATCHERY. Coronet, 1951. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    © David A. Smart; 20Feb51; MP980.

  THE FIEND WHO WALKED THE WEST. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 102
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. CinemaScope. Based on a screenplay by Ben
    Hecht and Charles Lederer, from a story by Eleazar Lipsky. ©
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 14Aug58; LP12105.

  FIEND WITHOUT A FACE. Amalgamated Productions. Released by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 74 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Amalgamated
    Productions; 31Dec57; LP11423.

  THE FIERY FURNACE. Isidore Klein [1953] 11 min., sd., color, 16mm.
    Kodachrome. © Isidore Klein; 20Apr53; LU2989.

  THE FIERY FURNACE. Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. Made by Moody
    Institute of Science. 13 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Moody
    Bible Institute; 11May54 (in notice: 1953); MP6799.

  FIERY WEDDING. SEE Bodas de Fuego.

  FIESTA FOR SPORTS. Vitaphone Corp., 1953. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Sports Parade) A Warner Bros. short subject. © The Vitaphone Corp.;
    30Jan53; MP3182.

  FIESTA FROLICS. Universal Pictures Co., 1953. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Universal International Color Parade) A Universal
    International picture. Technicolor. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    26Jun53; MP3624.

  FIESTA TIME. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1950. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Screen Song Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 17Nov50; LP488.

  FIFI BLOWS HER TOP. Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (The Three Stooges) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 15Mar58 (in notice:
    1957); LP11067.

  FIFTEEN PACES TO FAME. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 395.

  $15,000.00 ERROR. SEE The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, no. 231.

  THE FIFTH AMENDMENT AND SELF INCRIMINATION. Jefferson Productions.
    Released by McGraw-Hill Book Co. 26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (Problems
    of Democracy) From the CBS television program See It Now. Producers
    and editors, Edward R. Murrow, Fred W. Friendly. © Jefferson
    Productions, Inc.; 27Jul55; MP6525.

  FIFTH AVE. TO FUJIYAMA. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd.,
    color, 35mm. CinemaScope. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
    17Feb55 (in notice: 1954); MP5755.

  THE FIFTH FREEDOM. L de R Corp., 1951. 1 reel, color, sd., 16mm. © L
    de R Corp.; 5May51; MP1214.

  THE FIFTH FREEDOM. Mode-Art Pictures, Inc., for Allegheny Ludlum Steel
    Corp., 1950. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Mode-Art Pictures, Inc.;
    Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corp.; 29May50; MP184.

  THE FIFTH MAN. SEE Have Gun - Will Travel.

  THE FIFTH PLATE. SEE Talk Back, no. 13.

  FIFTY BEAUTIFUL GIRLS. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  FIFTY DOLLAR BILL. SEE Big Town, no. 78.

  FIFTY-FIFTY. SEE It’s a Great Life.

  THE FIFTY-FIRST DRAGON. United Productions of America. 1 reel, sd.,
    color, 35mm. Eastman color. © United Productions of America; 5Apr54;
    LP3564.

  FIFTY-FOUR, FORTY AND FIGHT. SEE Crunch and Des.

  54NC150. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 50
    sec., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 1Jun54; MU5738.

  FIFTY YEARS A MYSTERY. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 397.

  FIFTY YEARS FROM NOW. SEE Here Comes Donald.

  FIGHT. SEE M-Squad.

  THE FIGHT AT PEACEFUL MESA. Flying A Pictures, 1950. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Flying A Pictures, Inc.; 19Nov50; LP495.

  FIGHT FOR GERONIMO. SEE Buffalo Bill, Jr.

  FIGHT FOR OIL. SEE Sky King, no. 26.

  THE FIGHT FOR TEXAS. SEE Buffalo Bill, Jr.

  FIGHT FOR THE TITLE. SEE Telephone Time.

  FIGHT GAME. SEE Big Town, no. 136.

  FIGHT TOWN. Range Rider Productions, 1952. 25 min., sd., b&w. 16mm. ©
    Range Rider Productions; 31Jan52; LP1456.

  THE FIGHTER. G-H Productions. Released by United Artists Corp., 1952.
    78 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the story of the same title by
    Jack London. © G-H Productions, Inc.; 23May52; LP1672.

  THE FIGHTER. SEE

    Bat Masterson.

    Lassie.

    Meet McGraw.

    Mr. Adams and Eve.

  FIGHTER ATTACK. Allied Artists Productions. Released by Monogram
    Pictures Corp. 80 min., sd., color, 35mm. © Monogram Pictures Corp.;
    18Nov53; LP3034.

  FIGHTERS OF THE LAKES. Universal Pictures Co. 1 reel, sd., color,
    35mm. (Universal International Color Parade) © Universal Pictures
    Co., Inc.; 1Dec55; LP5736.

  THE FIGHTING CHANCE. Republic Pictures Corp. 70 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    © Republic Pictures Corp.; 10Oct55; LP5861.

  FIGHTING COAST GUARD. Republic Productions, 1951. 86 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 23May51; LP1034.

  THE FIGHTING COHOES. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1952. 8 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. A Movietone sports show. © Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp.; 18Apr52; MP2532.

  THE FIGHTING FIG. SEE Navy Log.

  FIGHTING FINS. RKO-Pathe. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) ©
    RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 11Feb53; MP3706.

  FIGHTING FOR HAPPINESS. SEE The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show,
    no. 229.

  THE FIGHTING LAWMAN. Allied Artists Productions. Released by Monogram
    Pictures Corp. 71 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Monogram Pictures Corp.;
    20Sep53; LP2968.

  THE FIGHTING MEN. Lippert Pictures. 63 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Lippert
    Pictures, Inc.; 2Dec53; LP3099.

  FIGHTING MEN. SEE 26 Men.

  THE FIGHTING MOUNTIES. SEE Gunfighters of the Northwest, no. 9.

  FIGHTING OIL WELL FIRE. John E. Newman [1952] 1,800 ft., color. © Mr.
    John E. Newman; 14Jul52; MU5471.

  THE FIGHTING STALLION. Jack Schwarz Productions. Released by Eagle
    Lion Films, Inc., 1950. 62 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Jack Schwarz
    Productions; 17Mar50 (in notice: 1949); LP2920.

  FIGHTING TROUBLE. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 60 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 12Sep56; LP7036.

  THE FIGHTING WILDCATS. Amalgamated Productions, Eng. Released in the
    U. S. by Republic Pictures Corp. 74 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on
    an original story by Lance Hargreaves and Norman Hudis. © Republic
    Pictures Corp.; 8Jul57; LP12694.

  FIGURATIVELY SPEAKING. SEE Bathing Girls: Then and Now.

  FIGURE THE ODDS. Technifilm Productions for the Michigan Temperance
    Foundation. © 1951. 21 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Michigan Temperance
    Foundation Inc.; 20Aug51; MU5327.

  FILE CLERK. SEE I Spy.

  FILE 1313. Adrian Weiss Productions, 1952. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Based on the Craig Kennedy stories created by Arthur B. Reeve. ©
    Adrian Weiss Productions; 12Dec52; LP2220.

  FILING PROCEDURES IN BUSINESS. Coronet, 1950. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    © David A. Smart; 30Jan50; MP188.

  FILM ANTICS. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 8 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (Pete Smith Specialty) © Loew’s Incorporated; 29Sep53;
    LP3886.

  FILM CLINIC ON DWARFISM. Wilding Picture Productions, Inc., for Mead
    Johnson & Co., 1950. 42 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Mead Johnson & Co.;
    12Jan50 (in notice: 1949); MP5000.

  FILM FUN. RKO-Pathe. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Screenliner) ©
    RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 31May55; MP6583.

  FILM RESEARCH AND LEARNING. Walter Arno Wittich. 13 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Walter Arno Wittich; 20Jan56; MP6954.

  EL FIN DE LA NOCHE. Estudios San Miguel, Argentina. Released in the U.
    S. by Importadora. 97 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a plot by Hugo
    MacDougall. © Importadora, Inc.; 15Jan44; LP11339.

  FINAL CURTAIN. SEE Mickey Spillane.

  THE FINAL HOURS OF JOAN OF ARC. SEE You Are There.

  THE FINAL PERFORMANCE OF SARAH BERNHARDT. SEE You Are There.

  THE FINAL PUNCH CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  THE FINAL TOUCH. Jam Handy Organization for the Chevrolet Division,
    General Motors Corp. © 1950. 1 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Jam Handy
    Organization, Inc.; 6Nov50; MU5196.

  THE FINAL TRIBUTE. SEE Screen Directors Playhouse.

  THE FINAL TWIST. Danziger Productions, London. Released in the U. S.
    by Paramount Pictures Corp. 27 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Calling
    Scotland Yard) © Danziger Productions, Ltd.; 1Apr54; LP4015.

  FINALE FROM SYMPHONY NUMBER FOUR-TSCHAIKOWSKY. Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp.; 17Dec53; MP4909.

  FINCHO. Sam Zebba. 75 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Sam Zebba; 15Jul57;
    LP14728.

  FIND EZRA KANE. SEE The D. A.’s Man.

  FINDERS KEEPERS. Apex Film Corp., 1949. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © The
    Lone Ranger, Inc.; 5Dec49; LP398.

  FINDERS KEEPERS. RKO-Pathe. 15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © RKO-Pathe,
    Inc.; 23Mar55; MP6061.

  FINDERS KEEPERS. Universal International Pictures Co., 1951. 74 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 30Oct51: LP1314.

  FINDERS KEEPERS. SEE Private Secretary.

  A FINE FEATHERED FRENZY. Universal Pictures Co. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker Cartune) A Universal
    International picture. Technicolor. © Universal International;
    13Sep54; MP5186.

  FINEST FEATURES. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 75 ft., sd., color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Chevrolet
    Motor Division of General Motors Corp.; 12Jun57; MU6336.

  FINEST OF ALL. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 75 ft., b&w, 35mm. © Chevrolet Motor Division of
    General Motors Corp.; 15Nov54; MU5791.

  FINGAL’S GROTTO, and MILITARY MARCH. Variety Film Distributors.
    Distributed by United Artists, 1950. 11 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Amerigo Benefico; 3Jul50; MP437.

  FINGER LIGHT. Shwayder Bros. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 387 ft.,
    color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 24Jun55;
    MU5895.

  THE FINGER OF GOD. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  FINGER OF GUILT. Anglo Guild Productions, London. Released in the U.
    S. by RKO Radio Pictures. 84 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Anglo Guild
    Productions; 24May56; LP7385.

  FINGER PAINTING METHODS. Golden Gate Kindergarten Association.
    Released by Coronet Instructional Films. 9 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Author, Rhoda Kellogg. © Golden Gate Kindergarten Association;
    10Jul53; MP4041.

  FINGERED. SEE Gunsmoke.

  FINGERMAN. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 82 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 6Jun55; LP4785.

  FINGERPRINTS DON’T LIE. Spartan Productions. Released by Lippert
    Pictures, 1951. 56 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Spartan Productions,
    Inc.; 10Apr51; LP839.

  FINISH THE STORY. British Instructional Films, London. Released in the
    U. S. in 1951. 3 min. each, si., b&w, 16mm. Previously released in
    England by Associated British Pathe under the title “What Happens
    Next?” © British Instructional Films Ltd.

    1. © 14Sep51; MP1983.

    2. © 21Sep51; MP1984.

    3. © 12Oct51; MP1985.

    4. © 19Oct51; MP1986.

    5. © 5Jun51; MP1544.

    6. © 16Nov51; MP1987.

    7. © 23Nov51; MP1988.

    8. © 14Dec51; MP1989.

  THE FINISHERS. Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Revue Productions, Inc.; 3Dec55; LP7139.

  FINLEY CASE. SEE The Line-Up, no. 11.

  FINNEGAN’S FLEA. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., Technicolor,
    35mm. (Noveltoon Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 1Apr58;
    LP10306.

  FINNY BUSINESS. Universal Pictures Co., 1951. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Variety View Series) © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 28May51;
    MP1753.

  FINS, FEATHERS, AND FUR. Sherer Sales Co. [1953] 13 min., color, 16mm.
    © Sherer Sales Co.; 9Mar53; MU5527.

  FIORETTI DI SANTO FRANCESCO. SEE Flowers of St. Francis.

  FIRE AT SEA. SEE Navy Log.

  THE FIRE-BUG CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  THE FIRE CHASER. Columbia Pictures Corp. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 30Sep54; LP4499.

  THE FIRE CHIEF. SEE The Magic Bunny in The Fire Chief.

  FIRE DOWN BELOW. Warwick Film Productions, London. Released in the U.
    S. by Columbia Pictures Corp. 11 reels, sd., color, 35mm.
    CinemaScope. Technicolor. Based on the novel of the same title by
    Max Catto. © Warwick Film Productions, Ltd., 1Jul57; LP9220.

  FIRE ENGINE. No. DF-19-90. Delco Battery. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co.
    90 sec. Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald Co., employer for hire of
    Edward Traxler, author of script. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 12Aug57;
    MU6374.

  FIRE EXIT DRILL AT OUR SCHOOL. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: Francis Scherer. © John Smart; 4Sep53;
    MP3926.

  FIRE FEEDS ON CARELESS DEEDS. Sullivan-Bruce Productions. 13 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Sullivan-Bruce Productions, Inc.; 1Dec57; MP8846.

  FIRE FIGHTERS. RKO-Pathe. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Screenliner) ©
    RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 27Jan54; MP4707.

  FIRE FIGHTING FOR HOUSEHOLDERS. Teletran. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Teletran, Inc.; 10Oct51; MU5986.

  FIRE FLIGHT. SEE Whirlybirds, no. 4.

  FIRE IN CHICICAHUA. SEE The Sheriff of Cochise, no. 9.

  FIRE IN THEIR LEARNING. National Commission on Safety Education of the
    National Education Association. Made by Presentation, Inc. 19 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. With discussion guide. © National Education
    Association of the United States; 15Jan54; LP3183.

  FIRE LOOKOUT. SEE Panic, no. 57-3.

  FIRE MAIDENS OF OUTER SPACE. Saturn Films. Released by Topaz Film Co.
    Approx. 78 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Produced, directed, and written by
    Cy Roth. © Saturn Films, Inc.; 28May56; LP6934.

  FIRE ON THE BEACH. SEE Crunch and Des, no. 214.

  FIRE ON THE FRONTIER. SEE Yancy Derringer.

  FIRE ONE. Princess Pictures. 6 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Princess
    Pictures, Inc.; 21May54; LP4138.

  FIRE OVER AFRICA. Film Locations, London. Released in the U. S. by
    Columbia Pictures Corp. 84 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. ©
    Film Locations, Ltd.; 1Nov54; LP4361.

  FIREPOWER. SEE Captain Gallant of the Foreign Legion.

  FIRE PREVENTION (IN THE HOME) Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1951. 14
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc.;
    25Jun51; MP1731.

  FIRE PREVENTION WEEK. SEE Fury.

  FIRE SAFETY IS YOUR PROBLEM. Centron Corp. Released by Young America
    Films. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Centron Corp., Inc.; 15Apr57;
    MP8148.

  FIRE UNDER CONTROL: HOW TO PREVENT, CONTROL AND EXTINGUISH PETROLEUM
    FIRES. Socony Mobil Oil Co. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 23 min.,
    sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.;
    15Nov57; MU6406.

  FIRE WATCHERS. SEE Fury.

  FIRE, WIND, AND FLOOD. Vitaphone Corp. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Warner
    Varieties) A Warner Bros. short subject. © Vitaphone Corp.; 30Apr55;
    MP7079.

  THE FIREBALL. Thor Productions. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp., 1950. 84 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp.; 22Sep50; LP478.

  THE FIREBIRD. SEE The Dennis Day Show, no. 132.

  FIREBIRD II. General Motors Corp. 12 min., sd., color, 16mm. © General
    Motors Corp.; 15Aug56; MP7588.

  FIREBIRD III. General Motors Corp. 14 min., sd., color, 16mm. ©
    General Motors Corp.; 15Oct58: MP9187.

  THE FIREBRAND. SEE I Spy.

  THE FIREBUG. SEE

    Big Town, no. 17.

    State Trooper.

  FIREHOUSE FIVE PLUS TWO TELESCRIPTIONS. Snader Telescriptions Corp.,
    1951. 23 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Snader Telescriptions Corp.;
    24May51; MP1421.

  THE FIREMAN. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Second edition. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,
    Inc.; 8Oct54; MP5922.

  FIREMAN, SAVE MY CHILD. Universal Pictures Co. 80 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. A Universal International picture. © Universal Pictures Co.,
    Inc.; 20May54; LP3685.

  FIREMEN’S BRAWL. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Popeye the Sailor Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 21Aug53;
    LP2889.

  FIREMEN’S FIELD DAY ANNOUNCEMENT. Detroit Firemen’s Fund Assn. Made by
    Jam Handy Organization. 4 motion pictures (1 min., 20 sec., 45 sec.,
    18 sec.), b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 21Mar55;
    MU5872-5875.

  FIRESIDE THEATRE. Lewman Ltd., and Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min.
    each, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Lewman Ltd., & Revue Productions, Inc.

    Along Came a Bachelor. © 27Dec55; LP6948.

    Approved by Censor. © 11Sep56; LP7551.

    As Long as I Live. © 19Nov55; LP6959.

    Assignment: Champ. © 7Oct56; LP7569.

    The Bamboo Cross. © 9Nov55; LP6877.

    Between Jobs. © 30Oct56; LP7554.

    Big Joe’s Comin’ Home. © 20Jun55; LP6962.

    Birthright. © 13Dec56; LP8394.

    A Dangerous Thing. © 26Feb57 (in notice: 1956); LP8396.

    The Director. © 27Jun55; LP7147.

    Dirty Face. © 4Sep56; LP7571.

    Excuse Me for Living. © 21Dec55 (in notice: 1956); LP7034.

    Gusher City. © 31Jul55; LP6965.

    Helpmate. © 4Dec56; LP7755.

    A Hero Returns. © 10Dec55; LP6961.

    The Hidden People. © 24May56; LP7552.

    His Maiden Voyage. © 29Oct55; LP6978.

    Holiday in Autumn. © 28Aug55; LP6968.

    The House on Elm Street. © 25Dec55 (in notice: 1956); LP7104.

    In a Different Life. © 3Apr56; LP7556.

    The Key. © 19Oct55; LP6963.

    Killer’s Pride. © 21Dec56; LP8395.

    Kirsti. © 15Jan56; LP7105.

    Let Yesterday Die. © 25Sep56; LP7553.

    The Little Black Lie. © 23Oct56; LP7723.

    The Little Guy. © 14Jul55; LP6949.

    Mama Bufano’s. © 9Apr57 (in notice: 1956); LP8398.

    Married to a Stranger. © 5Mar57 (in notice: 1956); LP8397.

    The Mirror. © 5Feb56; LP7148.

    Nailed Down. © 2Oct55; LP6977.

    No More Tears. © 16Oct56; LP7570.

    Not What She Pretended. © 8Jan56; LP7150.

    Once Upon a Nightmare. © 4Dec55; LP6964.

    One Last September. © 12Sep55; LP6966.

    The Past Is Always Present. © 17Mar56; LP7555.

    Portrait in Fear. © 5Oct56; LP7721.

    A Pound of Law. © 18Dec56; LP7754.

    Ride with the Executioner. © 9Oct55; LP6960.

    A Scent of Roses. © 15Feb56; LP7106.

    Shoot the Moon. © 24Feb56; LP7149.

    Small Talk. © 15Oct56; LP8084.

    The Smuggler. © 19Sep55; LP6876.

    The Sound of Thunder. © 7Mar56; LP7107.

    The Sport. © 3Sep55; LP6957.

    Stephen & Publius Syrus. © 9Jul55; LP6979.

    A Technical Charge of Homicide. © 24Jul55; LP6967.

    Ten Percent. © 28Aug56; LP7557.

    This Way to Heaven. © 18Sep56; LP7568.

    The Thread. © 22Jan56; LP7135.

    A Time To Live. © 27Nov56; LP7722.

    Twenty-Dollar Bride. © 31Oct56; LP7720.

    Two Sides to Everything. © 23Oct56; LP8228.

    The Velvet Trap. © 22Jun55; LP6980.

    The Wildcatter. © 19Mar57 (in notice: 1956); LP8399.

    Woman at Sea. © 3Nov55; LP6958.

  FIRETRAP. SEE Big Town, no. 125.

  FIREWORKS FOR FREEDOM. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd.,
    color, 35mm. (A Movietone CinemaScope) Made with the cooperation of
    the Dept. of Defense and the Dept. of the Army. © Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp.; 31Dec58; LP12716.

  FIRST A PHYSICIAN. Photo Products Dept., E. I. du Pont de Nemours.
    Made by Audio Productions with the cooperation of the American
    College of Radiology. 27 min., sd., color, 16mm. Technicolor. © E.
    I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc.; 26Sep56; LP7516.

  FIRST AID. American National Red Cross. 29 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    American National Red Cross; 1Jan58; MP8787.

  FIRST AID FILMETTES. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films in consultation
    with the American Red Cross, 1951. 2 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc.; 6Apr51.

    Artificial Respiration. MP1196.

    Care of Wounds. MP1197.

    Control of Bleeding. MP1193.

    Extensive Burns. MP1195.

    Splinting a Fracture. MP1194.

    Treatment for Shock. MP1192.

  FIRST AID: FUNDAMENTALS. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: Earl H. Breon. © John Smart; 5Jun53;
    MP3681.

  FIRST AID ON THE SPOT. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films in consultation
    with the American Red Cross, 1951. 11 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc.; 26Apr51; MP1268.

  FIRST AID ON THE SPOT. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 3d ed. 11 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 4Jun59;
    MP9766.

  THE FIRST ANNIVERSARY. SEE The People’s Choice, no. 31.

  THE FIRST ARCHITECTS. SEE John Kieran’s Kaleidoscope, no. 83.

  THE FIRST BAD MAN. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 7 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. © Loew’s Incorporated; 16Jul55 (in
    notice: 1953); LP5294.

  FIRST BORN. SEE Your All Star Theatre, no. 19.

  FIRST, CATCH A TIGER. SEE Have Gun - Will Travel.

  FIRST CHOICE. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 1 min., sd., Eastman color, 35mm. © Chevrolet Motor
    Division of General Motors Corp.; 12Jan59; MU6552.

  FIRST COME, FIRST LOVED. SEE The Errol Flynn Theatre.

  FIRST DATE. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization.
    75 ft., color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Chevrolet Division of General
    Motors Corp.; 15Nov54; MU5801.

  FIRST DISCIPLES. Family Films. 13 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. (The Living
    Bible) Appl. authors: Sidney Christie (pseud., Nelson Leigh); Edward
    Dew. © Church Films, Inc., a.k.a. Church Films; 1Jul52; LP3598.

  FIRST DISILLUSIONMENT. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 30.

  FIRST FEAR. Brummer deForest Studios, 1952. 10 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Brummer deForest Studios, Inc.; 12Nov52; LP2076.

  FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS. John D. Hoel Advertising Agency, 1951. 1 reel,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © John D. Hoel Advertising Agency, Inc.; 1Mar51;
    MP1562.

  THE FIRST FLIGHT OF THE WRIGHT BROTHERS. SEE You Are There.

  THE FIRST FLYING FISH. SEE Aesop’s Fable: The First Flying Fish.

  FIRST IN THE VALUES THAT LAST. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by
    Campbell-Ewald Co. 150 sec. Author of script: Don Frankman. Appl.
    author: Campbell-Ewald Co., employer for hire. © Campbell-Ewald Co.;
    16Nov59; MU6813.

  FIRST LADY OF THE TURF. RKO Pathe, 1951. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Sportscope Series, no. 9) © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 4May51; MP1632.

  THE FIRST LEGION. Sedif Pictures Corp. Released by United Artists
    Corp., 1951. 86 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the play of the same
    title by Emmet Lavery. © Sedif Pictures Corp.; 11May51; LP938.

  THE FIRST LESSON. SEE Teaching Gregg Shorthand Simplified: The First
    Lesson.

  FIRST LESSON IN GREGG SHORTHAND SIMPLIFIED. SEE Teaching Gregg
    Shorthand Simplified: The First Lesson.

  THE FIRST MAJOR USE OF PENICILLIN. SEE You Are There.

  FIRST MAN INTO SPACE. Amalgamated Productions. Released by
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 77 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Amalgamated
    Productions, Inc.; 31 Dec58; LP12891.

  FIRST MISSIONARY JOURNEY. Cathedral Films. Approx. 30 min., sd.,
    sepia, 16mm. (Life of St. Paul Series, no. 6) With teachers’ study
    guide. Appl. author: Arthur T. Horman. © Cathedral Films, Inc.;
    1Dec49; LP6421.

  THE FIRST MRS. ADAMS. SEE Mr. Adams and Eve.

  THE FIRST MOSCOW PURGE-TRIAL. SEE You Are There.

  THE FIRST NOTCH. SEE The Texan, no. 6.

  THE FIRST PIANO QUARTET. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd.,
    color, 35mm. A wide-screen production: CinemaScope. Stereophonic
    sound. Technicolor. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 30Apr54;
    MP4821.

  FIRST POSSE. SEE Buffalo Bill, Jr.

  THE FIRST SHOT. SEE Navy Log.

  THE FIRST STEP. Family Films. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Screenplay,
    Arthur St. Claire. © Family Films, Inc.; 16Aug50; LP3634.

  THE FIRST STEP. Jam Handy Organization for Dearborn Motors Corp. ©
    1951. 40 ft., sd., color, 35mm. © Dearborn Motors Corp.; 4Sep51;
    MU5340.

  FIRST STEPS IN CHARACTER MAKE-UP. SEE Modern Make-up, no. 3.

  THE FIRST TEXAN. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 82 min., sd., color,
    35mm. © Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 28May56; LP6464.

  THE FIRST THANKSGIVING. SEE The Red Skelton Show, no. 14.

  THE FIRST TIME. Halburt Productions. Released by Columbia Pictures
    Corp., 1952. 89 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A Norma production. © Halburt
    Productions, Inc.; 25Jan52; LP1426.

  FIRST TRAIN TO PARIS. SEE The Count of Monte Cristo.

  THE FIRST TRAVELING SALESLADY. RKO Radio Pictures. 92 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. Technicolor. © RKO Teleradio Pictures, Inc.; 24Jul56;
    LP6937.

  THE FIRST YEAR. SEE The Whistler, no. 37.

  FIRSTHAND REPORT. Air Control Products. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 538 ft., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Jam Handy
    Organization, Inc.; 24Jun55; MU5907.

  FISH ARE WHERE YOU FIND THEM (Fish and Where You Find Them) Vitaphone
    Corp. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Sports Parade) A Warner Bros.
    short subject. Warnercolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 14Jan56 (in notice:
    1955); MP7986.

  FISH CONSERVATION. SEE Lassie.

  A FISH FOR BILLY. SEE Crunch and Des.

  FISH MARKET. Leroy Stone and Michael Eisler. 14 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Made in cooperation with the men of the Fulton Fish Market in New
    York. © Leroy Stone; 1Dec55; MP7049.

  FISH OF THE SUNSET SEA. Richard Cline Film Productions. 37 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Richard Cline Film Productions (Richard L. Cline);
    2Jul57; MU6366.

  FISH OUT OF WATER! Moody Institute of Science of the Moody Bible
    Institute. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Moody Institute of Science;
    27May54; MP6688.

  FISH OUT OF WATER. SEE

    Lassie.

    Sky King.

  A FISH STORY. SEE

    Fury.

    Lassie.

  FISH TALES. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 8 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (Pete Smith Specialty) Technicolor. © Loew’s
    Incorporated; 20Feb54 (in notice: 1953); LP3896.

  FISH WIDOW. SEE Studio 57.

  FISHER BODY CRAFTSMAN’S GUILD. Delco Battery. Made by Campbell-Ewald
    Co. 90 sec. Appl. author: Frederick L. Lounsberry. © Campbell-Ewald
    Co.; 18Feb57; MU6277.

  THE FISHERMAN’S BOY. Coronet Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.;
    30Jun55; MP6222.

  THE FISHERMAN’S WHARF CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  FISHER’S PAWN SHOP. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 26.

  FISHES. SEE Science Pictures, no. 10.

  FISHING. Pabst Brewing Co. Made by Warwick & Legler. 50 sec., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Pabst Brewing Co.; 2Jun54; MP4885.

  FISHING FEATS. Loew’s, 1951. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Pete Smith
    Specialty) A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer picture. © Loew’s Incorporated;
    31Dec51; LP1463.

  FISHING FUN. Castle Films, 1949. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. (The Sport
    Parade) © United World Films, Inc.; 15Oct49; MP2411.

  FISHING PARADISE. Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (World of Sports) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 17Mar55 (in notice:
    1953); MP6269.

  FISHING SEASON. General Electric Co. Made by Beacon TV Features. 27
    min., sd., color, 16mm. © Housewares & Radio Receiver Division,
    General Electric Co.; 1Mar56; MP7199.

  FISHING TACKLER. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Noveltoon Cartoon) Technicolor. © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    29Mar57; LP7922.

  THE FISHING TRIP. SEE Meet Mr. McNutley.

  FIT OF FIRE. SEE The 77th Bengal Lancers.

  FIT TO BE TIED. Loew’s. 1952. 6 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Tom and Jerry
    Cartoon) A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer cartoon. © Loew’s Incorporated;
    31Jan52; LP1469.

  FIT TO BE TOYED. Paramount Pictures Corp. 7 min., sd., Technicolor,
    35mm. (Noveltoon Cartoon; Modern Madcaps) © Paramount Pictures
    Corp.; 31Dec58; LP12753.

  FITNESS SKILLS FOR CHILDREN: WALK BETTER; MOVE BETTER; PLAY BETTER.
    Larry Dawson Productions. Released by Young America Films. 3 motion
    pictures (1 reel each), sd., color, 16mm. © Larry Dawson
    Productions; 1Jun57; MP8625-8627.

  THE FITZHUGH STORY. SEE Pete Kelly’s Blues.

  FIVE. Lobo Productions, 1951. Released by Columbia Pictures Corp. 93
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Lobo Productions; 24Sep51; LP1169.

  FIVE AGAINST THE HOUSE. Columbia Pictures Corp. 10 reels, sd., b&w,
    35mm. Based on a story by Jack Finney. © Columbia Pictures Corp.;
    8Apr55; LP4587.

  THE FIVE BOOKS OF OWEN DEAVER. SEE Have Gun - Will Travel.

  THE FIVE CHINESE BROTHERS. Weston Woods Studios. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. (Picture Book Parade) Based on the book of the same title by
    Claire Huchet Bishop and Kurt Wiese. Appl. author: Morton Schindel.
    © Western Woods Studios, Inc.; 5Nov58; LU3148.

  FIVE COLORFUL BIRDS. Coronet Instructional Films. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. New edition. Educational author and photographer, Olin S.
    Pettingill, Jr. © John Smart; 12Jan54; MP4301.

  FIVE FILM EXERCISES. John Whitney, James Whitney, 1949. Distributed by
    Hollywood-Panamerican Films. 19 min., sd., color, 16mm. © John H.
    Whitney, James A. Whitney; 1May49; MP499.

  FIVE FINGERS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1952. 108 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on the book “Operation Cicero,” by L. C. Moyzisch.
    © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 22Feb52; LP1678.

  FIVE GATES TO HELL. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 98 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. CinemaScope. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 23Sep59;
    LP15050.

  FIVE GUNS WEST. Roger Corman Productions. Released by American
    Releasing Corp. 78 min., sd., color, 35mm. Pathecolor. © Palo Alto
    Productions, Inc.; 20Nov54 (in notice: 1955); LP8035.

  FIVE HUNDRED HORSES. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Pacemaker) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 20May55; MP5989.

  THE 500 MILE ADVENTURE. SEE Speedway International.

  500,000 TO 1. Sinclair Refining Co. Made by Atlas Film Corp. 25 min.,
    sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Sinclair Refining Co.; 15Dec53 (in
    notice: 1954); MP5440.

  FIVE MILES WEST. Marathon Newsreel. 15 min., sd., Eastman color, 16mm.
    © Marathon Newsreel; 21Dec57; MP8844.

  FIVE MINUTES TO DOOM. SEE Adventures of Superman.

  THE FIVE PENNIES. Dena Pictures. Released by Paramount Pictures Corp.
    117 min., sd., Technicolor, 35mm. VistaVision. Suggested by the life
    of Loring Red Nichols. © Dena Pictures, Inc.; 18Jun59; LP14115.

  FIVE STEPS TO DANGER. Grand Productions. Released by United Artists.
    80 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the story by Donald Hamilton. ©
    Grand Productions, Inc.; 9Jan57 (in notice: 1956); LP8030.

  THE 5,000 FINGERS OF DR. T. Stanley Kramer Co. Released by Columbia
    Pictures Corp., 1952. 89 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. ©
    Stanley Kramer Co., Inc.; 1Dec52; LP2405.

  THE FIVE YEAR ITCH. SEE The Ann Sothern Show, no. 17.

  THE FIX. SEE The Adventures of Ellery Queen.

  FIX A FRAME FOR MOURNING. SEE Alcoa-Goodyear Theatre, no. 8154.

  FIX UP TIME. SEE Bill Ding.

  FIXED BAYONETS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1951. 92 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Suggested by a novel by John Brophy. © Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp.; 20Nov51; LP1474.

  FIXIN’ FOOL. Loew’s, 1951. An MGM picture. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Pete Smith Specialty Series) © Loew’s Inc.; 28Feb51; LP889.

  THE FLACK. SEE Mr. Adams and Eve.

  FLACK AND THE MAHARAJAH. SEE Col. Humphrey J. Flack.

  THE FLAG OF HUMANITY. Vitaphone Corp. 20 min., sd., color, 35mm. A
    Warner Bros. short subject. Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 26Nov54
    (in notice: 1950); MP5407.

  FLAGPOLE JITTERS. Columbia Pictures Corp. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 16Apr56 (in notice: 1955); LP6935.

  THE FLAMBOYANT ARMS. (Clint Clobber in the Flamboyant Arms)
    Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel,
    sd., Technicolor, 35mm. (A Terrytoon Cartoon) CinemaScope. ©
    Terrytoons, a division of CBS Films, Inc.; 28Apr59; LP13629.

  THE FLAME AND THE ARROW. Norma F. R. Productions. Released by Warner
    Brothers Pictures, 1950. 88 min., sd., color, 35mm. © Norma F. R.
    Productions, Inc.; 22Jul50; LP278.

  FLAME AND THE FLESH. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 104
    min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. Based on a novel by Auguste
    Bailly. © Loew’s Incorporated; 26Apr54; LP3870.

  THE FLAME BARRIER. Gramercy Pictures. Released by United Artists Corp.
    70 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a story by George Worthing Yates.
    © Gramercy Pictures, Inc.; 20Apr58; LP10474.

  FLAME-CUTTING. Union Carbide and Carbon Corp. 11 min. © Union Carbide
    and Carbon Corp.; 29Dec54; MU5818.

  THE FLAME (FLAMMAN) Metronome Studios, Stockholm. Released in the U.
    S. by Coronet Film Distributors. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. American
    adaptation and subtitles by Seymour Stern. Appl. author:
    Sennada-Filmi Oy. © Raymond Rohauer; 1May57; LP9254.

  FLAME GROOVING. Union Carbide & Carbon Corp. 10 min., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Union Carbide & Carbon Corp.; 18Aug55; MU5953.

  FLAME OF ARABY. Universal International Pictures Co., 1951. 77 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 30Oct51; LP1248.

  FLAME OF CALCUTTA. Columbia Pictures Corp. 70 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Jul53; LP2718.

  FLAME OF STAMBOUL. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 68 min., sd., sepia,
    35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1Mar51; LP993.

  FLAME OF THE ISLANDS. Republic Pictures Corp. 90 min., sd., color,
    35mm. Trucolor. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 11Oct55; LP5867.

  FLAMING FEATHER. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 78 min., sd., color,
    35mm. © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 13Dec51; LP1544.

  THE FLAMING FORTRESS. SEE The Great Adventures of Captain Kidd, no.
    11.

  FLAMING FRONTIER. Regal Films (Canada) Released by Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp. 70 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. RegalScope. ©
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 26Jun58; LP12206.

  FLAMMABLE LIQUID FIRE SAFETY. Associated Factory Mutual Fire Insurance
    Companies and Factory Mutual Engineering Division. Made by Bay State
    Film Productions. 19 min., sd., color, 16mm. Appl. author: Harold E.
    Magnuson. © Associated Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Companies;
    1Jul56; MP7470.

  FLAMMAN. SEE The Flame.

  FLASH GORDON. Interwest Film, Berlin. 3 reels each, sd., b&w, 16mm.

    Deadline at Noon. © Interwest Film & Inter-Continental Television
      Films Corp.; 1Feb54 (in notice: 1953); LP4490.

    Death in the Negative. © Interwest Film; 25Jan54; LP4489.

  FLASH OF DARKNESS. SEE Medic.

  FLASHES FROM FRANKLIN. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 10 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Chevrolet Motor Division of
    General Motors Corp.; 19Jul57; MU6372.

  FLAT FOOT FLEDGLING. SEE Dinky in Flat Foot Fledgling.

  FLAT TOP. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1952. 85 min., sd., color, 35mm. ©
    Monogram Pictures Corp.; 13Oct52; LP1961.

  FLATBUSH, FLORIDA. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1950. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Pacemaker Series) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 7Jul50; MP347.

  THE FLEA CIRCUS. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 7 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. Technicolor. © Loew’s Incorporated; 7Sep54 (in notice:
    1953); LP4100.

  FLEA FOR TWO. Universal Pictures Co. 6 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Walter
    Lantz Cartune) A Universal International picture. Technicolor. ©
    Universal International; 20Jul55; MP6420.

  FLEBUS. Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1
    reels, sd., Technicolor, 35mm. (Terrytoon Cartoon) CinemaScope. ©
    Terrytoons, a division of CBS Television Film Sales, Inc.; 29Jun57;
    LP12386.

  THE FLEET QUEEN CASE. SEE The Line-Up.

  THE FLEETING YEARS. SEE Celebrity Playhouse, no. 32.

  FLEETSIDE ANNOUNCEMENT. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by
    Campbell-Ewald Co. 80 sec. Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald Co.,
    employer for hire of M. M. Steffee, author of script. ©
    Campbell-Ewald Co.; 17Mar58; MU6463.

  FLESH AND FURY. Universal, 1952. 82 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Formerly
    entitled “Hear No Evil.”) © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 18Feb52;
    LP1529.

  FLESH AND THE SPUR. Hy Productions. Released by American International
    Pictures. 78 min., sd., color, 35mm. Pathecolor. © Hy Productions;
    15Oct56; LP7432.

  THE FLESH MERCHANT. Sonney Amusement Enterprises. 6 reels, sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Sonney Amusement Enterprises, Inc.; 27Sep55; LP5345.

  FLIGHT. Airborne Productions. Made by McCadden Productions. Released
    by National Broadcasting Co. 29 min. each, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Airborne Productions, Inc.

    1200-1. Show of Force. © 13Oct58; LP12697.

    1200-2. Typhoon Chaser. © 29Sep58; LP12700.

    1200-4. Flight Surgeon. © 20Oct58; LP12699.

    1200-5. Escape. © 3Nov58; LP12698.

    1200-6. Sky Hook. © 27Oct58; LP12701.

    1200-7. China Rescue. © 10Nov58; LP13054.

    1200-8. Bombs in the Belfry. © 24Nov58; LP13055.

    1200-9. The Hard Way. © 17Nov58; LP13056.

    1200-10. The Dart. © 15Dec58; LP13057.

    1200-11. Window in the Sky. © 1Dec58; LP13058.

    1200-12. The Derelict. © 16Feb59 (in notice: 1958); LP14835.

    1200-13. Minefield. © 22Dec58; LP13059.

    1200-14. Experiment Oxygen. © 15Sep59 (in notice: 1958); LP14837.

    1200-15. Crash Investigation. © 8Dec58; LP13060.

    1200-16. Havana Run. © 12Jan59 (in notice: 1958); LP13642.

    1200-18. Texas Fliers. © 22Sep59 (in notice: 1958); LP14836.

    1200-19. Japanese Code. © 29Sep59 (in notice: 1958); LP14745.

    1200-20. Flight Plan. © 6Oct59 (in notice: 1958); LP14743.

    1200-21. Master Sergeant. © 13Oct59 (in notice: 1958); LP14744.

    1200-22. The Snark. © 20Oct59 (in notice: 1958); LP14746.

    1200-26. Decision. © 27Oct59 (in notice: 1958); LP14747.

  FLIGHT. SEE

    Panic, no. 57-10.

    Suspicion.

  THE FLIGHT DECISION. National Assn. of State Aviation Officials and
    AOPA Foundation. Made by Film Originals. 15 min., sd., color, 16mm.
    Kodachrome. © Film Originals (George Oliver Smith & Helen Stanfield
    Smith d.b.a. Film Originals); 12Jul55; MP6262.

  FLIGHT FOR LIFE. SEE Telephone Time.

  FLIGHT FROM HOME. Revue Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. © Revue
    Productions, Inc.; 31Dec53; LP3407.

  FLIGHT FROM TORMENDERO. SEE General Electric Theatre.

  FLIGHT INTO DARKNESS. SEE Invisible Man, no. 19.

  FLIGHT INTO THE UNKNOWN. SEE Jet Jackson, The Flying Commando, no. 36.

  FLIGHT NURSE. Republic Pictures Corp. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Republic Pictures Corp.; 23Sep53; LP3271.

  FLIGHT OF THE WHITE HERON, THE ROYAL TOUR OF QUEEN ELIZABETH AND
    PHILIP. British Movietonews, London. Released in the U. S. by
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 97 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    CinemaScope. Eastman color. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
    22Jun54; MP5369.

  FLIGHT PLAN. SEE Flight, no. 1200-20.

  FLIGHT PLAN FOR FREEDOM. SEE March of Time, vol. 17, no. 2.

  FLIGHT 729. SEE The D. A.’s Man.

  FLIGHT SURGEON. SEE Flight, no. 1200-4.

  FLIGHT TO CALAIS. SEE The Count of Monte Cristo.

  FLIGHT TO ETERNITY. SEE Combat Sergeant.

  FLIGHT TO HONG KONG. Sabre Productions. Released by United Artists
    Corp. 88 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Sabre Productions, Inc.; 5Oct56;
    LP7260.

  FLIGHT TO ISTANBUL. SEE Biff Baker, U. S. A.

  FLIGHT TO MARS. Monogram Pictures Corp., 1951. 71 min., sd., color,
    35mm. © Monogram Pictures Corp.; 11Nov51; LP1351.

  FLIGHT TO TANGIER. Paramount Pictures Corp, 90 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    Technicolor. © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 1Nov53; LP3960.

  FLIGHT TO THE EAST. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  FLIGHT TO THE FUTURE—TO THE WORLD OF PLASTICS. Bakelite Co., a
    division of Union Carbide and Carbon Corp., 1952. Produced by Kaleb
    Film and Television Corp. 39 min., sd., color, 16mm. © Bakelite Co.,
    a division of Union Carbide Corp.; 10Jun52; MP2736.

  FLIGHT TO THE NORTH. SEE Adventures of Superman, no. 63.

  FLIGHT 217. SEE Mr. and Mrs. North, no. N208.

  FLING IN THE RING. Columbia Pictures Corp. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 6Jan55 (in notice: 1954); LP5223.

  FLINT AND STEEL. SEE Annie Oakley.

  THE FLINT MCCULLOUGH STORY. SEE Wagon Train.

  FLINT WELCOMES CRAFTSMAN’S GUILD WINNERS. General Motors, Public
    Relations Dept. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 1 reel, b&w, 35mm. ©
    The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 5Oct53; MU5593.

  FLIPPER FROLICS. Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp., 1952. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon Cartoon) ©
    Terrytoons, Inc.; 11Apr52; LP1698.

  FLIPPER, THE SEAL: BACKGROUND FOR READING AND EXPRESSION. Coronet,
    1953. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © John Smart; 19Jan53; MP3303.

  FLOOD OF FURY. SEE Sky King.

  FLOOD TIDE. Universal International. Released by Universal Pictures
    Co. 82 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. CinemaScope. Based on a story by Barry
    Trivers. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 10Dec57; LP10476.

  FLOODS OF FEAR. Rank Organisation Film Productions, London. Released
    in the U. S. by Universal International. 82 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    From the novel by John and Ward Hawkins. © Rank Organisation Film
    Productions, Ltd.; 5Oct58; LP15057.

  FLOOR CARE. Columbia Wax Co. Made by Sullivan-Bruce Productions. 17
    min., sd., color, 16mm. © Columbia Wax Co.; 25Aug58; MU6497.

  FLOOR FLUSHER. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm.
    (Popeye the Sailor Cartoon) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 1Jan54 (in
    notice: 1953); LP4019.

  FLOP SECRET. SEE Little Roquefort in Flop Secret.

  FLORENTINE SHIELD. SEE Meet McGraw.

  FLORIDA. SEE Joe and Mabel.

  FLORIDA AFLAME. Paramount Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Pacemaker) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 3Jun55; MP6032.

  FLORIDA COWHANDS. RKO Pathe, 1951. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Screenliner Series, no. 10) © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 18May51; MP1631.

  FLORIDA FIN-ANTICS. Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (World of Sports) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 23Feb56; MP6917.

  FLORIDA HOLIDAY. Castle Films, 1949. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. (The
    World Parade) © United World Films, Inc.; 15Feb49 (in notice: 1948);
    MP2379.

  FLORIDA HOUSEWIFE. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Campbell-Ewald
    Co. 140 sec. Appl. author: Frank Hopkins. © Campbell-Ewald Co.;
    12Apr57; MU6301.

  FLORIDA WEEKEND. SEE Navy Log.

  FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS OF WILLIAMSBURG. Colonial Williamsburg. 30 min.,
    sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. Suggested by the book “An
    Eighteenth-Century Garland,” by Louise B. Fisher. Appl. title:
    Flower Arrangement of Williamsburg. © Colonial Williamsburg, Inc.;
    31Dec53; MP4767.

  FLOWER BOXES. SEE How Does Your Garden Grow, no. 10.

  FLOWER OF TIBET. China Inland Mission. © 1951. 25 min., sd., color,
    16mm. © China Inland Mission; 23Jul51; MU5322.

  FLOWERS AT WORK. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. Second edition. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica
    Films, Inc.; 20Apr56; MP7573.

  FLOWERS FOR JENNY. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  FLOWERS FOR THE GENERAL. SEE Wire Service.

  FLOWERS OF ST. FRANCIS. Produzione Rizzoli-Amato, Italy, 1950.
    Released in the U. S. by Joseph Burstyn, Inc., 1952. 78 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on the “Fioretti di Santo Francesco.” Formerly
    entitled “St. Francis, Jester of God.” Released in Italy under the
    title “Francesco Giullare di Dio.” In Italian with English titles. ©
    Joseph Burstyn, Inc.; 6Oct52; LP2132.

  FLUFFY, THE OSTRICH: BACKGROUND FOR READING AND EXPRESSION. Coronet
    Instructional Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet
    Instructional Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 6Jul56; MP7562.

  THE FLY. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 94 min., sd., Color by
    Deluxe, 35mm. CinemaScope. Based on a story by George Langelaan. ©
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 15Jul58; LP11392.

  THE FLY. SEE Return of the Fly.

  FLYING A KITE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1952. 5 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. (Primary Reading Series) © Encyclopaedia Britannica
    Films, Inc.; 2Oct52; MP3031.

  FLYING ACTION. Castle Films, 1951. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. © United
    World Films, Inc.; 15Nov51; MP3206.

  THE FLYING ARROW. Flying A. Pictures, 1951. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Flying A Pictures; 9Apr51; LP859.

  FLYING BUSINESSMAN. National Assn. of State Aviation Officials. Made
    by Film Originals. 14 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © George
    Oliver Smith & Helen Stanfield Smith d.b.a. Film Originals; 15Sep53;
    MP5998.

  THE FLYING CAT. Loew’s, 1951. An MGM cartoon. 6 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Tom and Jerry Cartoon) © Loew’s Inc.; 28Aug51; LP1344.

  FLYING CUPS AND SAUCERS. (Terrytoon) Terrytoons, Inc. Distributed by
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1949. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. ©
    Terrytoons, Inc.; 2Dec49; LP2968.

  FLYING DISC MAN FROM MARS. Republic Pictures Corp., 1950. 2 reels
    each, sd., b&w, 35mm. © Republic Pictures Corp.; no. 1-3, 30Nov50,
    LP578; no. 4-12, 21Dec50, LP636.

    1. Menace from Mars.

    2. The Volcano’s Secret.

    3. Death Rides the Stratosphere.

    4. Execution by Fire.

    5. The Living Projectile.

    6. Perilous Mission.

    7. Descending Doom.

    8. Suicidal Sacrifice.

    9. The Funeral Pyre.

    10. Weapons of Hate.

    11. Disaster on the Highway.

    12. Volcanic Vengeance.

  THE FLYING DUTCHMAN. SEE Pandora and the Flying Dutchman.

  THE FLYING FONTAINES. Clover Productions. Released by Columbia
    Pictures Corp. 84 min., sd., Eastman color, 35mm. © Columbia
    Pictures Corp.; 1Dec59; LP15053.

  FLYING HIGH. SEE High Flyers.

  FLYING HORSES. Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. (World
    of Sports) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 28Feb57; MP8219.

  FLYING HORSESHOES. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1953. 10 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Grantland Rice Sportlight) © Paramount Pictures Corp.;
    12Jun53; MP3614.

  FLYING LEATHERNECKS. RKO Radio Pictures, 1951. A Howard Hughes
    presentation. 102 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.;
    14Aug51; LP1163.

  FLYING MALLETS. Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm. (World
    of Sports) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 13Jan55 (in notice; 1954);
    MP5597.

  THE FLYING MISSILE. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 93 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 31Dec50 (in notice: 1951); LP977.

  FLYING PADRE. RKO Pathe, 1951. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Screenliner,
    no. 8) © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 25Mar51; MP2183.

  FLYING PINWHEELS. RKO-Pathe, 1952. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Screenliner) © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 6Aug52; MP3076.

  THE FLYING SAUCER. Colonial Productions, Inc. Distributed by Film
    Classics, Inc., 1949. 69 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Colonial
    Productions, Inc.; 20Dec49; LP2786.

  FLYING SAUCER DAFFY. Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (The Three Stooges) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1May58; LP12668.

  FLYING SAUCERS FROM OUTER SPACE. SEE Earth Vs. the Flying Saucers.

  FLYING SKATES. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1952. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (World of Sports) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 5Dec52; MP3021.

  FLYING SKIIS. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (World of Sports) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 25Oct51; MP2130.

  THE FLYING SORCERESS. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 7 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. (Tom and Jerry Cartoon) Technicolor. © Loew’s
    Incorporated; 10Jan56 (in notice: 1955); LP6505.

  THE FLYING SQUIRREL. Walt Disney Productions. Released by RKO Radio
    Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Donald Duck Cartoon)
    Technicolor. © Walt Disney Productions; 19Jul54; LP4338.

  FLYING TO FISH. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., color,
    35mm. CinemaScope. © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 18Nov54;
    LP4255.

  THE FLYING TURTLE. Universal Pictures Co. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Walter Lantz Foolish Fable Cartune) A Universal International
    picture. Technicolor. © Universal International; 26Jun53; MP3782.

  FOCUS ON FATE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    35mm. (See It Happen) © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 18Dec53;
    MP4249.

  FOCUS ON FORMOSA. Oriental Missionary Society. © 1951. 30 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. © The Oriental Missionary Society; 12Oct51; MU5348.

  FODDER AND SON. Universal International. 1 reel, sd., Technicolor,
    35mm. (Walter Lantz Woody Woodpecker Cartune) © Universal
    International; 21Oct57; LP12059.

  THE FOG CLOSING IN. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  FOG DISPERSAL. Nofog Corp. Made by Egon Productions. 1 reel, b&w,
    16mm. © Nofog Corp.; 6Dec54; MU5812.

  FOGHORN. SEE Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

  FOILING THE FOX. SEE Aesop’s Fable—Foiling the Fox.

  THE FOLGER COFFEE BIRD. J. A. Folger & Co. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Appl. author: Howard Swift. © J. A. Folger & Co.; 7Jun54; MP5026.

  FOLK LORE. Attwood Productions. Released through United Artists Corp.,
    1950. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Songs of America Series) © Attwood
    Productions, Inc.; 11Aug50 (in notice: 1949); LP250.

  FOLK SONGS IN MODERN DRESS. SEE This Is Your Music.

  FOLKS WHO CAME TO DINNER. SEE Blondie.

  FOLLIES OF THE TOWN. Cambridge Films. 26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Made
    chiefly from the engravings of William Hogarth. © Cambridge Films,
    division of Precision Chemical Pump Corp.; 30Dec57; MP8784.

  FOLLOW THAT MAN. SEE Blondie.

  FOLLOW THE BOUNCING MEATBALL. SEE Col. Humphrey J. Flack.

  FOLLOW THE GAME TRAILS. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1951. 10 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (Grantland Rice Sportlight Series) © Paramount Pictures
    Corp.; 20Jul51; MP1482.

  FOLLOW THE LEADER. SEE

    Father Knows Best, no. 101.

    Sergeant Preston of the Yukon.

  FOLLOW THE SUN. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1951. 93 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on an article by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan. ©
    Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 6Apr51; LP982.

  THE FOLLOW-THROUGH. McGraw-Hill Book Co. Made by Calvin Co. 9 min.,
    sd., color, 16mm. Based on material furnished by Education &
    Training Dept., Aluminum Co. of America. © Calvin Co.; 31Oct58;
    MP9246.

  FOLLOWING TOO CLOSE. SEE Sergeant Bruce Reporting, no. 8.

  THE FONTANE SISTERS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1950. 1 reel,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. (Movietone Melodies Series) © Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp.; 16Aug50; MP625.

  FOOD AND PEOPLE: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE WORLD’S FOOD PROBLEMS.
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 28 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. With film
    guide. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 10Nov55; MP6841.

  FOOD, FIBER, AND FORD. Tractor & Implement Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 28 min., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Tractor &
    Implement Division, Ford Motor Co.; 31Jan55; MU5836.

  FOOD FOR FEUDIN’. Walt Disney Productions, 1949. 17 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Pluto Cartoon) © Walt Disney Productions; 3Jun49; LP610.

  FOOD FOR FLYING. RKO Pathe for Trans World Airlines, 1951. 11 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Trans World Airlines; 20Jan51; MP804.

  FOOD FOR JAPAN’S MILLIONS. SEE Japan.

  FOOD FOR PARIS MARKETS: NORTHERN RURAL FRANCE. United World Films,
    1949. Produced by Louis de Rochemont Associates. 20 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. (The Earth and Its Peoples) © United World Films, Inc.;
    1May49; MP2442.

  FOOD FREEZER. Frigidaire Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 1
    min., b&w, 35mm. © Jam Handy Organization, Inc.; 16Apr54; MU5680.

  FOOD FROM OUR GARDEN. Crawley Films, Canada. Released in the U. S. by
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1952. 10 min., sd., color, 16mm. ©
    Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. Inc.; 24Jul52; MP2876.

  FOOD GETTING AMONG ANIMALS. Moody Institute of Science. 13 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Moody Institute of Science; 27Jul56; MP8091.

  THE FOOD STORE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 2d ed. 13 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 27Sep57;
    MP8694.

  FOOD THAT BUILDS GOOD HEALTH. Coronet, 1951. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    © Mr. David A. Smart; 19Jan51; MP905.

  FOOFLE’S TRAIN RIDE. Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., Technicolor, 35mm. (A Terrytoon Cartoon)
    CinemaScope. © Terrytoons, a division of CBS Films, Inc.; 24May59;
    LP13632.

  A FOOL AND HIS HONEY. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1952. 16 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (All Star Comedy) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 10Jan52;
    LP1559.

  FOOL COVERAGE. SEE Daffy Duck and Porky Pig in Fool Coverage.

  FOOL PROOF. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  THE FOOLISH DUCKLING. SEE Dinky in The Foolish Duckling.

  FOOLS, DAREDEVILS AND GENIUSES. SEE Air Power, no. 7.

  FOOL’S GOLD. William Boyd Productions, 1946. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm.
    Based on characters created by Clarence E. Mulford. © Hopalong
    Cassidy Productions, Inc.; 1Jan46; LP2386.

  FOOTBALL FUNDAMENTALS: BLOCKING AND TACKLING. Coronet Instructional
    Films. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films;
    24Mar54; MP4569.

  FOOTBALL HEADLINERS. RKO-Pathe. 16 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © RKO-Pathe,
    Inc.; 10Dec53; MP4931.

  FOOTBALL HEADLINERS OF 1949. RKO Pathe, Inc., 1949. 17 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 9Dec49; MP5025.

  FOOTBALL HEADLINERS OF 1950. RKO Pathe, 1950. 17 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    RKO Pathe, Inc.; 8Dec50; MP1023.

  FOOTBALL HEADLINERS OF 1951. RKO Pathe, 1951. 15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 14Dec51; MP2316.

  FOOTBALL HEADLINERS, 1955-1956. RKO-Pathe. 16 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 7Dec55; MP6968.

  FOOTBALL HIGHLIGHTS. RKO-Pathe. 15 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © RKO
    Teleradio Pictures, Inc.; 12Dec56; MP7916.

  FOOTBALL HIGHLIGHTS. RKO-Pathe. 17 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © RKO-Pathe,
    Inc.; 9Dec52; MP4759.

  FOOTBALL HIGHLIGHTS, 1954-1955. RKO-Pathe. 16 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. ©
    RKO-Pathe, Inc.; 8Dec54; MP5621.

  FOOTBALL NOW AND THEN. Walt Disney Productions. Released by RKO Radio
    Pictures. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. © Walt Disney
    Productions; 6Jul53; LP2962.

  FOOTBALL PARADE OF THE YEAR 1950. Castle Films, 1950. 1 reel, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. (Sport Parade) © United World Films, Inc.; 1Dec50;
    MP3294.

  FOOTBALL PARADE OF THE YEAR 1951. Castle Films, 1951. 1 reel, sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. (Sport Parade) © United World Films, Inc.; 1Dec51;
    MP3293.

  FOOTBALL PAY-OFF PLAYS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1950. 10
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sports Review Series) © Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp.; 13Oct50; MP788.

  FOOTBALL ROUNDUP. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 1 reel, sd., b&w,
    35mm. (Mel Allen’s Sport Show) © Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.;
    17Jul53; MP3834.

  FOOTBALL ROYAL. Vitaphone Corp. 10 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Sports
    Parade) A Warner Bros. short subject. Warnercolor. © Vitaphone
    Corp.; 19Mar55; MP6988.

  FOOTBALL THRILLS, no. 13. Loew’s, 1950. An MGM picture. 9 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (Pete Smith Specialty Series) © Loew’s Inc.; 31Aug50;
    MP531.

  FOOTBALL THRILLS, no. 14. Loew’s, 1951. An MGM picture. 9 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. (Pete Smith Specialty Series) © Loew’s Inc.; 29Aug51;
    MP1626.

  FOOTBALL THRILLS, no. 15. Loew’s, 1952. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Pete
    Smith Specialty) A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer picture. © Loew’s
    Incorporated; 23Sep52; MP2803.

  FOOTBALL TICKETS. SEE Father Knows Best, no. 4.

  FOOTBALL WINNING WAYS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1951. 9 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sports Review Series) © Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp.; 7Jul51; MP1789.

  FOOTBALL’S MIGHTY MUSTANG. RKO Pathe, 1950. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (Sportscope Series, no. 2) © RKO Pathe, Inc.; 20Oct50; MP747.

  FOOTLIGHT VARIETIES. RKO Radio Pictures, 1951. 61 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 14Mar51; LP814.

  FOOTLOOSE AND FANCY FREE. Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors
    Corp. [1952] Produced by Jam Handy Organization. 75 ft., color,
    35mm. © Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 25Apr52;
    MU5442.

  FOOTNOTE ON A DOLL. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 186.

  FOOTSTEPS IN THE FOG. Film Locations, London. Released in the U. S. by
    Columbia Pictures Corp. 90 min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor.
    Based on the story The Interruption, by W. W. Jacobs. © Film
    Locations, Ltd.; 1Sep55; LP7331.

  FOOTSTEPS IN THE NIGHT. Allied Artists Pictures Corp. 62 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. © Allied Artists Pictures Corp.; 3Apr57; LP7979.

  FOR ALL THE CHILDREN. Leo Trachtenberg. 18 min., sd., color, 16mm. ©
    Leo Trachtenberg; 25May59; MP9523.

  FOR BEAUTY AND USE. Jam Handy Organization for the Chevrolet Division,
    General Motors Corp. © 1950. 1 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © The Jam Handy
    Organization, Inc.; 6Nov50; MU5203.

  FOR BETTER, FOR WORSE. Associated British Picture Corp., London, and
    Kenwood Films, London. Released in the U. S. by Stratford Pictures
    Corp. 83 min., sd., color, 35mm. Eastman color. Based on the play of
    the same title by Arthur Watkyn. © Stratford Pictures Corp.; 3Jan55;
    LP4432.

  FOR BETTER, FOR WORSE. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  FOR CRIMIN’ OUT LOUD. Columbia Pictures Corp. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm.
    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 16May56 (in notice: 1955); LP6936.

  FOR GOD AND COUNTRY. Arthur J. Hines [1953] 39 min., sd., color, 16mm.
    © Arthur J. Hines; 25Mar53; MU5540.

  FOR GRANTED: THE WATER WE DRINK. A-V Dept., Gary Public Schools, in
    cooperation with Indiana University, Audio-Visual Center. 15 min.,
    sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Gary Public Schools; 26Sep55;
    MP6624.

  FOR HEAVEN’S SAKE. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1950. 92 min.,
    sd., b&w. 35mm. Based on a play by Harry Segall. © Twentieth
    Century-Fox Film Corp.; 15Dec50; LP665.

  FOR LOVE OR MONEY. SEE This Happy Feeling.

  FOR MEN ONLY. H-N Productions. Released by Lippert Pictures, 1951. 93
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © H-N Productions, Inc.; 30Dec51; LP1416.

  FOR MILITARY MERIT. R. P. E., Inc. 29 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl.
    title: Empirical Design for Industrial Films; subtitle: For Military
    Merit. © John Seaver Brill, Clara A. Brill; 20Apr54; MU5696.

  FOR MONEY OR LOVE. SEE Oh Susanna.

  FOR PETE’S SAKE. Ral-Flo Picture Laboratories for the East Greenville
    Nest No. 1302 of the Order of Owls, 1951. 1 reel, sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Order of Owls Nest No. 1302; 1Feb51; MP1232.

  FOR SALE: DEATHBED, USED. SEE Mickey Spillane.

  FOR SOLID VALUE. Pontiac Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy
    Organization. 1 reel, b&w, 35mm. © The Jam Handy Organization, Inc.;
    14Sep53; MU5578.

  FOR THE DEFENSE. SEE Celebrity Playhouse, no. 7.

  FOR THE FIRST TIME. Corona-Film Production. Associate producer: Orion
    Picture Corp. Released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 97 min., sd.,
    Technicolor, 35mm. Technirama. © Loew’s Inc. & Corona-Film
    Production; 27Apr59; LP14828.

  FOR THE LOVE OF KITTY. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 59.

  FOR THEM THAT TRESPASS. Associated British Picture Corp., Ltd.,
    London. Released by Stratford Pictures Corp., 1950. 98 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on Ernest Raymond’s novel of the same title. ©
    Stratford Pictures Corp.; 10Jan50; LP2732.

  FOR VALUE RECEIVED. SEE All Star Theatre, no. 60.

  FOR WHOM THE BULLS TOIL. Walt Disney Productions. Released by RKO
    Radio Pictures, 1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Goofy Cartoon)
    Technicolor. © Walt Disney Productions; 28Jan53; LP2549.

  FORBIDDEN. Universal Pictures Co. 85 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A Universal
    International picture. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 29Jan53;
    LP3653.

  FORBIDDEN BEACH. SEE Playa Prohibida.

  FORBIDDEN CARGO. SEE Sheena, Queen of the Jungle, no. 5.

  FORBIDDEN DESERT. Warner Bros. Pictures. 45 min., sd., WarnerColor,
    35mm. © Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 21Dec57; LP12976.

  FORBIDDEN GROUND. SEE Wire Service.

  FORBIDDEN ISLAND. Columbia Pictures Corp. 66 min., sd., Columbia
    Color, 35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 6Oct58; LP12177.

  FORBIDDEN JUNGLE. Jack Schwarz Productions. 1950. 66 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Jack Schwarz Productions; 31Mar50 (in notice: 1949); LP8.

  FORBIDDEN PLANET. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Released by Loew’s. 98 min.,
    sd., color, 35mm. CinemaScope. Eastman color. Based on a story by
    Irving Block and Allen Adler. © Loew’s Incorporated; 27Feb56;
    LP6177.

  FORCE AND MOTION. Coronet, 1949. 11 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © David A.
    Smart; 2Nov49; MP5060.

  FORCE OF ARMS. Warner Bros. Pictures, 1951. 100 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on a story by Richard William Tregaskis. © Warner Bros.
    Pictures, Inc.; 18Sep51; LP1154.

  FORCE OF GRAVITY. Young America Films, Inc., 1949. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Leonard Peck Productions; 15May49; MP5015.

  FORCE OF HABIT. SEE M-Squad.

  FORD FILMS. (Series 1-2) United Productions of America, 1949. Produced
    for the Ford Dealers Advertising Association through J. Walter
    Thompson Advertising Co. 1st series: 7 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. 2d
    series: 5 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © United Productions of America; 1st
    series, 1Apr49, MP4987; 2d series, 1Dec49, MP5018.

  THE FORD PEOPLE. Ford Motor Co. Made by Raphael G. Wolff Studios. 22
    min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Ford Motor Co.; 30Dec55 (in
    notice: 1956); MP7240.

  FORD STAR JUBILEE. SEE High Tor.

  FORD THEATRE. SEE All Star Theatre.

  FORE. Chevrolet Motor Division. Made by Jam Handy Organization. 75
    ft., color, 35mm. Eastman color. © Chevrolet Motor Division, General
    Motors Corp.; 6Aug56; MU6159.

  FORECAST—CONTINUED PROSPERITY. Southwestern Gas and Electric Co.,
    1952. Produced by Charles D. Beeland Co. 20 min., sd., color. 16mm.
    © Southwestern Gas and Electric Co.; 21Jan52; MP2111.

  FORECAST UNSETTLED. SEE Lilli Palmer Presents the Quality Theatre.

  FOREIGN ACTRESS. SEE Mr. Adams and Eve.

  FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT. SEE Big Town, no. 131.

  FOREIGN INTRIGUE. Sheldon Reynolds. Released by United Artists Corp.
    100 min., sd., color, 35mm. Eastman color. Based on original
    treatment by Sheldon Reynolds, Harold J. Bloom, and Gene Levitt. ©
    Mandeville Films, S. A.; 23May56 (in notice: 1955); LP6696.

  FOREIGN INTRIGUE. SEE Oh Susanna.

  THE FOREIGN LEGION. SEE Abbott & Costello in the Foreign Legion.

  FOREIGN WIFE. Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Revue Productions, Inc.; 3Nov55; LP6972.

  THE FOREIGNER. SEE Celebrity Playhouse, no. 22.

  FOREST FANTASY. Paramount Pictures Corp., 1952. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Kartune) © Paramount Pictures Corp.; 14Nov52; LP2079.

  FOREST LIFE IN INDIA. © 1951. 4 reels, b&w with color sequences. ©
    Cecil Claude Wilson; 15Jan51; MU5267.

  FOREST MAGIC. Revue Productions. Approx. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Revue Productions, Inc.; 7Oct55; LP7000.

  FOREST RANGER. Viking Pictures Corp. Released by Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films. 12 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Viking
    Pictures Corp.; 17Jun53 (in notice: 1952); MP4020.

  FORESTS AND PEOPLE. Michigan Dept. of Conservation, 1952. 30 min.,
    sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Michigan Dept. of Conservation;
    27Dec52; MP3581.

  FORESTS FOR THE FUTURE. Celanese Corp. of America. Made by Robert
    Yarnall Richie Productions. 31 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome.
    Appl. author: E. R. Murkland. © Robert Yarnall Richie Productions,
    Inc.; 26Dec51; MP4749.

  FOREVER, DARLING. Zanra Productions. Released by Loew’s. 91 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. Eastman color; print by Technicolor. © Zanra
    Productions, Inc., & Loew’s Incorporated; 28Dec55; LP5941.

  FOREVER FEMALE. Paramount Pictures Corp. 93 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Suggested by J. M. Barrie’s play, Rosalind. © Paramount Pictures
    Corp.; 1Dec53; LP3964.

  FOREVER IS A LONG TIME. Hecuba Corp. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Hecuba
    Corp.; 21Feb55 (in notice: 1954); LP4476.

  THE FORGE. E. I. du Pont de Nemours. Made by Vibar Productions. 3
    reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. (The Cavalcade of America) Appl. author:
    Vibar Productions, Inc., employer for hire. © E. I. du Pont de
    Nemours & Co., Inc.; 26Oct54; MP5683.

  THE FORGERY. SEE The Three Musketeers.

  FORGET RICHARDS. SEE Talk Back, no. 6.

  FORGETFUL LULU. International Cellucotton Products Co. © 1949. 53
    sec., b&w, © International Cellucotton Products Co.; title & descr.,
    21Dec49; 2 prints, 5Dec49; MU4918.

  FORGING IN CLOSED DIES. Drop Forging Association. Made by Paul Hance
    Productions. 35 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Paul Hance
    Productions, Inc.; 1Dec53; MP4095.

  THE FORGOTTEN GRAVE. SEE Mr. and Mrs. North, no. 7.

  A FORGOTTEN HERO. SEE The Adventures of Blinkey, no. 17.

  THE FORGOTTEN HEROES OF KOREA. SEE Men of the Fighting Lady.

  FORM. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 6 min., sd., color, 16mm. (Art
    in Action Series) Kodachrome. With film guide. © Encyclopaedia
    Britannica Films, Inc.; 18Aug55; MP5923.

  THE FORM IN YOUR FUTURE. Gates & Sons. Made by Forney Films. 15 min.,
    sd., color, 16mm. ©Gates & Sons, Inc.; 14Nov55; MU5966.

  FORMAL FOR AMY. SEE It’s a Great Life.

  FORMOSA. Dudley Pictures Corp. Released by Republic Pictures Corp. 1
    reel, sd., color, 35mm. (This World of Ours) Trucolor. © Dudley
    Pictures Corp.; 8May54; MP5057.

  FORMOSA: BLUEPRINT FOR A FREE CHINA. March of Time, 1953. 28 min.,
    sd., b&w, 16mm. © Time, Inc.; 28Jan53; MP3486.

  FORMOSA, ISLAND OF PROMISE. SEE The March of Time, vol. 17, no. 6.

  FORMOSA PATROL. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  THE FORMULA. SEE Col. Humphrey J. Flack.

  FORMULA FOR MURDER. Adrian Weiss Productions, 1951. 3 reels, sd., b&w,
    16mm. Based on the Craig Kennedy stories created by Arthur B. Reeve.
    © Adrian Weiss Productions; 5Oct51; LP1221.

  FORMULA FOR TROUBLE. SEE Mr. and Mrs. North, no. 15.

  FORSAKING ALL OTHERS. Family Films. Released by Broadman Films. 14
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Appl. author: Earl Waldrup. © Broadman Films;
    1Jul55; MP6742.

  FORT ADVENTURE. SEE The Adventures of Rin-Tin-Tin, no. 85.

  FORT ALGIERS. Erco Pictures Corp. Released by United Artists Corp. 78
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a story by Frederick Stephani. © Erco
    Pictures Corp.; 30Jul53; LP2950.

  FORT BOWIE. Bel-Air Productions. Released by United Artists Corp. 80
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Oak Pictures, Inc.; 6Feb58 (in notice:
    1957); LP10302.

  FORT DEFIANCE. Ventura Pictures Corp. Released by United Artists
    Corp., 1951. 82 min., sd., color, 35mm. © Ventura Pictures Corp.;
    2Nov51; LP1340.

  FORT DOBBS. Warner Bros. Pictures. 90 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Warner
    Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 8Feb58; LP13401.

  FORT DODGE STAMPEDE. Republic Productions, 1951. 60 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Republic Pictures Corp.; 18Sep51; LP1204.

  FORT MASSACRE. Mirisch Co. Released by United Artists Corp. 80 min.,
    sd., Color by DeLuxe, 35mm. CinemaScope. © Mirisch Co., Inc.;
    2May58; LP10473.

  FORT OSAGE. Monogram, 1951. 72 min., sd., color, 35mm. © Monogram
    Pictures Corp.; 30Dec51, LP1460.

  FORT SAVAGE RAIDERS. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 54 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 31Mar51; LP950.

  FORT TI. Columbia Pictures Corp. 78 min., sd., color, 35mm. A
    three-dimensional film: Natural Vision. Stereophonic sound.
    Technicolor. © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 1May53; LP2717.

  FORT VENGEANCE. Allied Artists Productions. Released by Monogram
    Pictures Corp., 1953. 75 min., sd., color, 35mm. © Monogram Pictures
    Corp.; 4Mar53; LP2349.

  FORT WORTH. Warner Bros. Pictures, 1951. 80 min., sd., color, 35mm. ©
    Warner Bros. Pictures Corp.; 2Jul51; LP1030.

  FORT YUMA. Bel-Air Productions. Released by United Artists Corp. 78
    min., sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. © Camden Productions, Inc.;
    4Oct55; LP5535.

  FORTRAN. International Business Machines Corp. 600 ft., b&w, 16mm. ©
    International Business Machines Corp.; 2Mar59; MU6658.

  FORTRESS FORMOSA. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 30 min., sd.,
    color, 35mm. (A Movietone CinemaScope) © Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp.; 12May58; LP14159.

  FORTRESS OF FREEDOM. Vistarama. Released by Universal Pictures Co. 1
    reel, sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    23Mar55; MP5950.

  FORTUNATUS. SEE Telephone Time.

  FORTUNE HUNTER. SEE It’s a Great Life.

  FORTUNE IS A WOMAN. SEE She Played with Fire.

  FORTUNE SEEKERS. RKO-Pathe. 8 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Screenliner) ©
    RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.; 5Feb56; MP6963.

  THE FORTUNE TELLER. SEE

    Circus Boy, no. 34.

    The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, no. 228.

  FORTUNES OF CAPTAIN BLOOD. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 10 reels,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on Raphael Sabatini’s novel of the same title.
    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 7Apr50; LP9.

  THE FORTUNES OF WAR. SEE The Errol Flynn Theatre.

  FORTY GUNS. Globe Enterprises. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp. 80 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. CinemaScope. © Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp.; 25Aug57; LP9069.

  THE FORTY-NINERS. Allied Artist Productions. Released by Monogram
    Pictures Corp. 71 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Allied Artists Pictures
    Corp.; 28Apr54; LP3620.

  THE 49’ERS. SEE Bobo the Hobo and His Traveling Troupe in The 49’ers.

  THE 49TH MAN. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1953. 73 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 7Apr53; LP2482.

  FORTY STEPS TO GLORY. SEE Death Valley Days, no. 461.

  FORWARD HO. SEE The Adventures of Rin-Tin-Tin, no. 73.

  FORWARD, MARCH HARE. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1953. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Looney Tune Cartoon. Bugs Bunny Special) © The Vitaphone
    Corp.; 16Feb53 (in notice: 1952); MP3269.

  FORWARD, MARCH HARE. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Looney Tune Cartoon. Bugs Bunny Special) Technicolor. © Vitaphone
    Corp.; 15Nov53 (in notice: 1952); MP5313.

  FORWARD UP SIX. SEE Square Dance 4: Forward Up Six.

  FORWARD WITH CHRIST. Family Films. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Story,
    Clare Post, Charles F. Royal (pseud. of Pierre Couderc) © Family
    Films, Inc.; 15Jul52; LP3646.

  FORWARD WITH NUCLEAR ENERGY. Detroit Edison Co. 12 min., sd., Eastman
    color, 16mm. Appl. author: William R. Witherell, Jr. © Detroit
    Edison Co.; 27Nov59; MU6819.

  LA FORZA DEL DESTINO. Continentalcine-Gallone, Rome. Distributed by
    Union Film. Released in the U. S. by Screen Art Sales Co., 1951. 108
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. English narration and dialog dubbed in. Based
    on the drama by Angel de Saavedra. © Nathan Cy. Braunstein; 21Feb51
    (in notice: 1950); LP1658.

  FOSSILS: CLUES TO PREHISTORIC TIMES. Coronet Instructional Films. 11
    min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Coronet Instructional Films, a division of
    Esquire, Inc.; 9Apr57; MP8491.

  FOSTER FATHER. SEE It’s a Great Life.

  THE FOUL. SEE Talk Back, no. 9.

  FOUND IN A PAWNSHOP. SEE City Detective.

  THE FOUNDLING. SEE

    The Californians, no. 470-29.

    Noah’s Ark.

  FOUNTAIN OF TRUTH. SEE American Wit and Humor, no. 7.

  THE FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH. Portable Aluminum Irrigation Co. Made by Golden
    Key Productions. 25 min., sd., color, 16mm. Kodachrome. © Will
    Kinney; 15Jun56; MP8439.

  THE FOUR. SEE I Spy.

  THE FOUR ACES SING. Universal Pictures Co. 2 reels, sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    10May54; MP4719.

  THE FOUR AMAZING ALLOYS. Alcoa Aluminum Co. Made by Wilding Picture
    Productions. 16 min., sd., Eastman color, 16mm. © Aluminum Co. of
    America; 1Sep57; MP8685.

  FOUR BAGS FULL. (La Traversee de Paris) Franco London Film. Released
    by Trans-Lux Distributing Corp. 84 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Adapted
    from the novel La Traversee de Paris, by Marcel Ayme. Screenplay by
    Pierre Bost and Jean Aurenche. © Franco London Film, S.A.; 4Sep57;
    LP11091.

  FOUR BEARS BEFORE THE MAST. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., 1949. 18
    min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 8Sep49;
    MP4989.

  FOUR BLIND MICE. SEE Mickey Spillane.

  FOUR BOYS AND A GUN. Security Pictures. Released by United Artists
    Corp. 73 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on a novel by Willard Wiener. ©
    Security Pictures, Inc.; 11Jan57 (in notice: 1956); LP8132.

  FOUR DAYS LEAVE. Praesens-Film A.G., Zürich. Released in the U. S. by
    Film Classics, Inc., 1950. 98 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Released in
    Switzerland under the title “Swiss Tour.” © Preferred Productions.
    Inc.; 15Feb50; LP2892.

  FOUR FAREWELLS IN VENICE. Hecuba Corp. 27 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Based
    on a short story by Marjorie Bowen. © Hecuba Corp.; 21Feb55 (in
    notice: 1954); LP4470.

  THE FOUR FEATHERS. SEE Storm over the Nile.

  THE FOUR-FIFTEEN EXPRESS. General Television Enterprises, Inc., 1950.
    2 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based on a short story by Amelia B.
    Edwards. © General Television Enterprises, Inc.; 15Apr50 (in notice:
    1949); LP46.

  THE FOUR FRIENDS. Famous Cartoons. 12 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © Famous
    Cartoons Co. (in notice: Famous Cartoons, Inc.); 1Feb58 (in notice:
    1957); LP13626.

  FOUR GIRLS IN TOWN. Universal Pictures Co. 85 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    A Universal International picture. CinemaScope. Technicolor. ©
    Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 16Dec56; LP7424.

  FOUR GUNS TO THE BORDER. Universal Pictures Co. 9 reels, sd., color,
    35mm. A Universal International picture. Technicolor. © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 17Sep54; LP4001.

  4-H STORY. SEE Fury.

  FOUR HOURS TO LIVE. SEE Big Town, no. 91.

  FOUR LADIES FROM LAREDO. SEE Judge Roy Bean.

  FOUR LEAF CLOVER. SEE Our Miss Brooks, no. 79.

  FOUR MINUTE FEVER. RKO-Pathe. 9 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. (Sportscope) ©
    RKO Teleradio Pictures, Inc.; 9Jun56; MP7485.

  FOUR MINUTES TO SHOT. SEE Wire Service.

  THE $4.98 BUDDHA. SEE The Adventures of the Falcon.

  FOUR O’CLOCK. SEE Suspicion.

  FOUR-POINT DEPENDABILITY. Delco Battery. Made by Campbell-Ewald Co.
    194 sec. (High Adventure Series) Appl. author: Campbell-Ewald Co.,
    employer for hire of E. W. Birnbryer & A. Ross, authors of script. ©
    Campbell-Ewald Co.; 10Nov58; MU6508.

  THE FOUR POSTER. Stanley Kramer Co. Released by Columbia Pictures
    Corp., 1952. 103 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on the play of the same
    title by Jan de Hartog. © Stanley Kramer Co.; 21Oct52; LP1985.

  THE FOUR SKULLS OF JONATHAN DRAKE. Vogue Pictures. Released by United
    Artists Corp. 70 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. © Vogue Pictures, Inc.;
    8May59; LP13961.

  FOUR THINGS HE’D DO. SEE Schlitz Playhouse of Stars.

  FOUR WHEELS. SEE Science Pictures, no. 11.

  FOUR WHEELS, NO BRAKES. United Productions of America. Released by
    Columbia Pictures Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. Technicolor. ©
    Columbia Pictures Corp.; 24Mar55; LP5203.

  FOUR WOMEN IN BLACK. SEE Playhouse 90.

  4 YEAR GUARANTEE. Delco Battery. 10 sec. Appl. author: Robert R.
    Sawyer. © Campbell-Ewald Co.; 21Jul55; MU5925.

  14 CARROT RABBIT. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1952. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Bugs Bunny Special Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 21Apr52
    (in notice: 1951); MP2223.

  FOURTEEN HOURS. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., 1951. 92 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. Based on a story by Joel Sayre. © Twentieth Century-Fox
    Film Corp.; 20Apr51; LP918.

  THE FOURTH BATTLE. (The Fourth Battle of Winchester) United Rubber
    Workers. 17 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. © United Rubber Workers, AFL-CIO;
    15Nov57; LP9664.

  THE FOURTH BATTLE OF WINCHESTER. SEE The Fourth Battle.

  THE FOURTH ESTATERS. SEE Fury.

  THE FOURTH HEADSTONE. SEE Wanted: Dead or Alive, no. 6330.

  THE FOURTH WITNESS. SEE On Trial.

  FOWL WEATHER. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1953. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Merrie Melodies Cartoon) Technicolor. © The Vitaphone Corp.;
    2May53; MP3475.

  FOWL WEATHER. Warner Bros. Cartoons. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm. (Merrie
    Melodies Cartoon) Technicolor. © Vitaphone Corp.; 15Nov53 (in
    notice: 1952); MP5330.

  FOWLED UP PARTY. Universal Pictures Co. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Walter Lantz Cartune) A Universal International picture.
    Technicolor. © Universal International; 1Jan57; LP7427.

  FOX AND BERRY PICKERS. SEE Hamm’s Beer Commercials, no. H-501-SC.

  THE FOX AND THE COYOTE. SEE Zorro, no. 25.

  THE FOX AND THE GRAPES. Coca-Cola Co. Made by Walter Lantz
    Productions. 1 reel, sd., color, 16mm. Technicolor. © Walter Lantz
    Productions, Inc.; 1Aug53; LP3017.

  THE FOX AND THE ROOSTER. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1951. 11
    min., sd., b&w. 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films Inc.;
    25Jun51; MP1729.

  THE FOX HUNT. SEE Heckle and Jeckle, the Talking Magpies, in the Fox
    Hunt.

  FOX HUNT IN ITALY. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 10 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. Kodachrome. With film guide. © F. W. Von Keller, E. S.
    Von Keller (in notice: F. W. Keller, E. S. Keller); 19Aug53; MP4214.

  A FOX IN A FIX. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1951. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Merrie Melodies Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 21Feb51 (in notice:
    1949); MP1001.

  FOX TERROR. Warner Bros. Pictures. 7 min., sd. Technicolor, 35mm.
    (Merrie Melodies Cartoon) © Vitaphone Corp.; 11May57; MP8874.

  FOXED BY A FOX. Terrytoons. Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film
    Corp. 1 reel, sd., color, 35mm. (Terrytoon Cartoon) Technicolor. ©
    Terrytoons, Inc.; 1Sep55; LP5350.

  FOXFIRE. Universal Pictures Co. 92 min., sd., color, 35mm. A Universal
    International picture. Technicolor. Based on the story by Anya
    Seton. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 11Apr55; LP4599.

  FOXY BY PROXY. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1952. 7 min., sd., color, 35mm.
    (Merrie Melodies Cartoon. Bugs Bunny Special) © The Vitaphone Corp.;
    3Mar52 (in notice: 1950); MP2114.

  FOY MEETS GIRL. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1950. 16 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. (All Star Comedy) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 5Oct50; LP643.

  FRA DIAVOLO. SEE Don Pasquale.

  FRACTION OF A SECOND. SEE Suspicion.

  A FRACTURED LEGHORN. Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1950. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Merrie Melodies Cartoon) © The Vitaphone Corp.; 6Oct50 (in
    notice: 1949); MP583.

  FRACTURES: AN INTRODUCTION. Eddie Albert Productions, for the American
    College of Surgeons and Johnson and Johnson Research Foundation,
    1948. 27 min., sd., color, 16mm. © American College of Surgeons;
    1Nov48; MP161.

  FRAGILE FOX. SEE Attack.

  FRAIDY CAT. Columbia Pictures Corp., 1951. 16 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    (All Star Comedy) © Columbia Pictures Corp.; 19Dec51; LP1366.

  FRAME FOR TROUBLE. Flying A Pictures, 1951. 25 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. ©
    Flying A Pictures, Inc.; 25Jun51; LP1018.

  FRAME FOR TWO. Lone Ranger, Inc., 1952. Produced by Jack Chertok
    Productions. 26 min., sd., b&w, 16mm. Created by George W. Trendle.
    Appl. author: Jack Chertok Productions, Inc.; employer for hire. ©
    The Lone Ranger, Inc.; 23Oct52; LP2307.

  THE FRAME-UP. SEE

    Adventures of Rin-Tin-Tin, no. 98.

    Big Town, no. 121.

  FRAMED. SEE The Lawless Years.

  THE FRAMED CAT. Loew’s, 1950. An MGM cartoon. 7 min., sd., color,
    35mm. (Tom and Jerry Cartoon) © Loew’s Inc.; 20Sep50; LP345.

  FRAMED FOR MURDER. SEE The Lone Ranger.

  FRAMEUP FOR MURDER. B. B. Productions. 3 reels, sd., b&w, 16mm. Based
    on characters created by Clarence E. Mulford. © B. B. Productions;
    12Mar54; LP3498.

  FRANCE. Dudley Pictures Corp. Released by Republic Pictures Corp.,
    1951. 9 min., sd., color, 35mm. (This World of Ours Series) © Dudley
    Pictures Corp.; 22Jan51; LP807.

  FRANCE AND ITS PEOPLE. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. 13 min., sd.,
    b&w, 16mm. © Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; 2May55; MP6299.

  FRANCE: BACKGROUND FOR LITERATURE. Coronet, 1950. 11 min., sd., b&w,
    16mm. © David A. Smart; 27Mar50; MP190.

  FRANCES AND HER RABBIT. International Film Bureau. 11 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. Kodachrome. A Keller Breland animal presentation. Appl.
    author: Wesley H. Greene. © International Film Bureau, Inc.;
    22Mar56; MP7905.

  FRANCESCO GIULLARE DI DIO. SEE Flowers of St. Francis.

  THE FRANCHISE AFFAIR. Associated British Picture Corp., London.
    Released by Associated British-Pathe. Released in the U. S. by
    Stratford Pictures Corp., 1952. 88 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. Based on
    the novel of the same title by Josephine Tey [pseud.] © Stratford
    Pictures Corp.; 15Jul52; LP1824.

  FRANCIS. Universal Pictures Co., Inc., 1950. 91 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on the novel of the same title by David Stern. © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 17Mar50 (in notice: 1949); LP101.

  FRANCIS COVERS THE BIG TOWN. Universal Pictures Co., 1952. 86 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. A Universal International picture. Based on a
    character created by David Stern. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    8May52; LP2556.

  FRANCIS GOES TO THE RACES. Universal Pictures Co., 1951. 88 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. A sequel to the motion picture entitled “Francis.” ©
    Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 28May51; LP973.

  FRANCIS GOES TO WEST POINT. Universal, 1952. 81 min., sd., b&w, 35mm.
    Based on the character Francis, created by David Stern. © Universal
    Pictures Co., Inc.; 12Jun52; LP1770.

  FRANCIS IN THE HAUNTED HOUSE. Universal Pictures Co. 80 min., sd.,
    b&w, 35mm. A Universal International picture. Based on the character
    Francis, created by David Stern. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    3Jul56; LP6908.

  FRANCIS IN THE NAVY. Universal Pictures Co. 80 min., sd., b&w, 35mm. A
    Universal International picture. Based on the character Francis
    created by David Stern. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 10May55;
    LP5146.

  FRANCIS JOINS THE WACS. Universal Pictures Co. 95 min., sd., b&w,
    35mm. A Universal International picture. Based on Francis, a
    character created by David Stern. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.;
    18Aug54; LP4054.

  FRANK AND HIS DOG. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1952. 5 min., sd.,
    color, 16mm. (Primary Reading Series) © Encyclopaedia Britannica
    Films, Inc.; 2Oct52; MP3033.

  FRANK & JESSE JAMES. SEE Stories of the Century.

  FRANK DEVOL AND HIS ORCHESTRA. Universal International, 1951. 15 min.,
    sd., b&w, 35mm. © Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 28May51; LP974.

  FRANK HARRIGAN. SEE The Millionaire.

  FRANK KEEGAN. SEE The Millionaire.

  FRANK N. STEIN. Louis G. Cowan. Inc., 1952. 24 min., sd., b&w, 16mm.
    (Fearless Fosdick Adventures, no. A-7) Based on a comic strip
    character created by Al Capp [pseud. of Alfred Gerald Caplin] Appl.
    title: Fearless Fosdick in Frank N. Stein. © Louis G. Cowan, Inc.;
    27Jul52 (in notice: 1951); LP2266.

  THE FRANK SINATRA SHOW. Hobart Productions. 29 min. each, sd., b&w,
    16mm. © Hobart Productions, Inc.

    The Feeling Is Mutual. © 24Dec57; LP9810.

    A Gun at His Back. NM: adaptation. © 26Nov57; LP9813.

    Musical no. 103. © 19Nov57; LP9811.

    Musical no. 104. © 29Oct57; LP9808.

    Musical no. 107. © 12Nov57; LP9806.

    Musical no. 109. © 5Nov57; LP9807.

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